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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1914)
TO OPEN OPERA SEASON
Musical Series at. Heilig to Begin With Appearance of Woman Whose
Voice Enthralls Senses and Appeal Leaves Andience Breathless.
MADAME OLIVE PHEMSTAD. J
THE coming- of Madame Olive Frem
stad the first week in October to
open the Steers & Coman series
at the Heilig will be one of the most
noteworthy musical events of the sea
son. This great dramatic soprano of
the Metropolitan Grand Opera Company
of New York has vivid, creative genius
which makes the great masterpieces of
sons a living reality, touched by fire
of imagination and a thousand tender
Her voice is admirably designed by
nature to be the vehicle of emotion.
Its wealth of tonal beauty enthralls
the senses, while the warm, human in
tensity throbbing in It rises at times to
a grand dramatic climax of impas
sioned appeal that leaves the audience
Madame Fremstad has identified her-
self with the most Inspired roles in
grand opera. Isolde, Brunnhilde, Kun
dry, Tosca, Venus, Blsa, Elizabeth, un
der the sp"ell of her genius and Hlvina
tion have shone with new light, estab
lishing fresh models for future grand
The next opening of the Steers
Coman series will be the famous
French flute soloist and his comrades
in art, the Barrere Ensemble of Wood
wind; Leo Slezak, the creat Austrian
tenor, who has Europe at his feet;
Efrem Zimbalist, violinist, and his wife.
Alma Gluck, coloratura soprano, two
new stars who now are making musi
cal history, and the Russian pianist,
L'hevinne, whose playing throws his
audiences into rapture not surpassed
by any other pianist in the world of
music, because of his enchanting grace
of interpretation and tone.
WOMEN J0J3ET VOTES
YAMHILL, REPUBLICANS DECIDE ON
but his success has attracted great at
tention, and a movement nas oeen
started to make this industry a perma
nent revenue producer.
Several Candidates Heard at All-day
Session of Committee and United
Front Be Shown.
rfMINNVILLE, Or.. Sept. 12. (Spe
cial. The Yamhill County Republican
Central Committee put In a strenuous
session lasting nearly all of today. The
meeting was 'argely attended and pre
sided over by Chester I Mulkey, chair
man. A plan was provided for organ
izing a "women's auxiliary club to act
In conjunction with the central commit
tee This will be formally launched
next Saturday. Candidates who called
during the meeting included Mrs. Car
rie Sherwood, nominee for Recorder,
and Miss Alice L. Adams, nominee for
Treasurer. They were both formally
Introduced by H. O. Miller, secretary,
and spoke briefly. They are the only
women candidates in this county.
Plans were made for a rousing and
united campaign of the old-fashioned
type, rather than a piecemeal campaign
by candidates Individually.
Ex-Mayor Vinton, Republican nomi
nee for State Senator, addressed the
News of the energetic campaign waged
In Polk county was conveyed to th,e
meeting by H. H. Belt, Republican nom
inee for Circuit Judge for the Twelfth
district, which includes Yamhill county
and several of the prominent features
of the Polk county plan of campaign
were embodied in some form or other,
Including the Women's Auxiliary Club.
FINANCIAL STATEMENT OUT
Portland Has $1,127,645.42 on
Hand In Various Funds.
. Portland has a total of $1,127,645.42
voj in the various standing funds,
nccording- to the semi-monthly financial
statement of City Treasurer Aua..... -,,pd
vesterday. The statement follows
General 0.2 g
Street repair -
Bonded indebtedness interest. .
Street cleaning and sprinkling.
Park and boulevard
Flreboat and fire main
MART'S SALESARE $8000
Yesterday Bigest Day on Record at
The biggest day so far experienced
by the public market on Yamhill Street
was reported yesterday by Market Mas-
Fnstmnn. Two hundred and ten
producers offered their wares at the
Tnnrlrnt nnH the sales amounted to
ahnnt 18000. a record amount for one
day. The city received about $25 for
the rental of the booths during the
Producers found a big demand for
their products. Large quantities oi up
nles and neaches were among the prin
City Commissioner tsigeiow, wno nas
charge of the market, reported yester-
thot tl,Q markpt fnnH now has a
surplus of over $225. which will be
applied to its maintenance during: the
Water bond sinking
Water fund bond account
Police and Tire Department
Bonded indebtedness sinking..
Police relief fund
FIRE LOSS IS $01
BLAZF tlf BOROAH-AICHLEt STORK
IS CONFINED TO B.15EME.MS.
I Spark. Pros Snuu Blame to Can
Oaaratf on Some, ot Scmased-.
Goods Can Be Redressed.
Fire, believed to have started, from
the sparking of a. dynamo In the Dase-
ment. damaged tie Morgan - Atehlay
Furniture Company's plant. At Grand
avenue and Bast 3tmxk street.. to' the,
amount of about. 117.000" last .'.night..
The loss was full covered bj Insur
ance. . -. f-: m
William L. Morgan, president -of Ore
company, placed the" furniture loss at
from 110,000 to 115.900. ' this included
damage by smoke and water. The
damage to the building. Mr, Morgan
believed, was about $2000,
The fire started about 6 o'olocM at
the mouth of the freight elevator abaft
In the sub-basement. Sucking up the
shaft- the blaze quickly spread. the
basement, where large quantities of
furniture were stored. By prompt ac
tion the fire department confined the'
flames "to the two basements. The
damage to the building-, which consists
of three stories and two basements,
was almost entirely confined to ..the'
floors. All upholstered furniture, Mr.
Morgan said, v.-as stored on-the. upper
floors, and he says a large percentage
ot damage can be repaired . 're
varnlshlng. When the firemen first entered the
building the dynamo waa still running
and sparking with more than ordinary
Good news to prospective buyers as long as we have anything left
to sell. All our stock from basement to roof was slightly damaged
by smoke during the fire. The damage was small but our reduc
tions in prices are great. It is an actual fact in many instances we are selling Furni
ture, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum, Stoves, Ranges, Etc., at less than wholesale cost.
Can you afford to miss this unusual opportunity? We think not. For the time
being the home of astonishing bargains is here, at
Grand Avenue and East Stark
Morgan-Atchley Furniture Co.
Here Is a List of Articles and Prices for Your Consideration,
Taken From Our Large Stoch All of Which Is Similarly
Priced Down. Study It Carefully, Then Youll Buy:
We Are Making Free Deliveries
to All Sections of the City and
Buck's and Other Makes of
Buy Yours Now
$22.50 Buck's Coal
Heater now J"2 85
$12.50 Buck's Airtight
Heater; on saleffT CC
now for only...r,,UJ
$22.50 Empire Wood
and CoalCIO QC
Heater now. . H .0J
$12.50 Buck's Airtight
Wood Heater 25
$18.50 Coal and Wood
Mica-Front CIO Eft
Heater for... P -,u
for this M-A
for the $24
A Few Sample Prices.
Many Others Priced
Low and Even Lower.
$40 Mahogany Dresser J CJjj
$37.50 C h 1 f fonier to I 7 CE
match now for 0 I I lOd
$40 Full Size Napoleon Bed. In
Circassian walnut, 07 DC
now for Z'.03
$3.50 Full Size Iron Beds, with
dec orated panels, white I QC
enamel finish, now for.. . V
$40 Bed Davenport, with golden
oak frame, covered in tfOK Qh
chase leather, now....
$70 Fine Br a s s frOC 7K
Bed,-full size, for -$25
Full Size Bed. in quarter-sawed
golden $Q 7 5
oak, now for v 1
$16.50 Dressing Table, In
quarter-sawed golden oak
or mahogany, now 9,85
$15 Large Fancy Gold
Framed Mirror now Qjj
$9 Bedroom Rocker C QC
In Circassian walnutww'w J
tin nracrs In rHVItl Dak.
white maple or in mahog
any finish, now jg J jj
$8 Bedroom Rocker, 0 OC
In the mahogany, forVU.vw
$33.50 Chiffonier of I C Eft
genuine mahogany P 1 liu
$75 Massive Colonial Chif
fonier in Circassian walnut,
s 1 i ghtly damaged COA 7R
by smoke, now for "
$26 slightly damaged Ma
hogany Chiffonier 9,50
ALL BEDDING AT FIRE
Reduced In Price to
Carpets and Rugs
90c yard Wool Ingrain Carpet IEn
now for, yard tdu
65c square yard Printed Lin- J Op
oleum, in eight patterns .w
$1.25 yard Tapestry Brussels OQp
f'oy-rwil tiaw fnr vnrrl tJaJU i
$1.40 yard Velvet Carpet now A Qn
for, yard "0U
$1.75 yard Axminster Car-CI QC
pet now for, yard T
$1.60 square yard Inlaid Linoleum,
in three patterns, on sale now Qflp
Buck's Steel Ranges and Gas
Ranges Were Never Sold for Less
- - ' 1 1 !J u v. rv o a. j i
Burner Gas C I C fin
Kange now for 1 UUU
$72.50 Buck's Malleable
$41.50 Buck's Victoria
$19 00 B u c k's Sentinel
i.TS Rurk's star I
durjiex k rate
FOR THIS 42.SO BUG K'S
m . rrtia V fil Hn,'k m
Tmr.Aril Tod Whlto-Enamel-LlneQ uven. jne
oFfinest steSi ranges made. Has 14-Inch oven.
rtnlwCOl 7C 'or the
VII II J wu III u $45, 16
inch oven size.
Only $33.75 T4 7.5o
18-inch oven size.
$13.75 Buck's Honey
moon Cookstove 7 OE
now for ' ,OJ
$39 B u c k's Double
Oven S a n 1 1 a ry Base,
Platform bas i a n
five - burner,
a ry djibo.
You'll find your time profitably
spent by participating in this big
East Side Sale '
New Mattresses in This Sale
We Continue to Offer Them at Fire Sale
Prices for the Benefit of Our Customers
$7.50 Pure Cotton A QC
Mattresses now for. . . J
$10 Cotton Felt Mat- D QU
tresses. 45 lbs., now. . wWiUvl
$18 Cotton Felt Mat- C I Q DC
tresses now 1" W.Uw
$13.50 Cotton Felt Mat
tresses now on CO QC
sale for U.UJ
$13.50 Floss M a 1 1 r e sses
are now on sale Q
Dining - Room Furniture "erftaoBuydNow
$28 China Cabinet, in quar- J J OC $37.60 China C a b 1 r. t. " $ 5.65
ttr sawed eolden oak. for . the fumed oak aii.w
$57 50 Pedestal Dining Table eight- $26 China Cabinet. In fumed oak,
foot extension, in quarter-00 Qfl with bent-glass ends, now J OC
sawed Kolden oak. ......... "! for I 1.40
$2.90 Solid Oak 'Dining Chairs, I CD ,12 60 Royai oak Dlnlnr Tables, slx-
with solid seats, on sale for ''J" foot extension, pedestal base. CC 7C
$40 Buffet in quarter-sawed O fjQ nQW for 50, 0
Morgan-Atchley Furniture Co.
PIT Grand Avenue and East Stark Street "S
. ' ' I
FAIR OFFICES ARE OPEN
GRANGES TO COMPETE FOB $1300
IN PRIZES AT GRESHAM.
PRIMARY LAW VIOLATED
Attorney-General or Che balls Given
Opinion on Punishment.
OL.YMPIA, TVash., Sept. 12. (Spe
cial.) Widespread violations of the
Washington primary law, In the matter
of expenditures of candidates by them
selves and others in-their behalf, have
been reported, and have been made the
subject of an official opinion by Attor-nev-General
tV. V. Tanner to the
Prosecuting Attorney of Chehalis
The general appearance of campaign
advertisements and articles obviously
not conforming with the law caused
the Chphalis County authorities to in
vestigate. The advice is that when the
provisions of the primary law appear
to have been violated by the candidate
himself, it is the duty of the County
Auditor to exclude the candidate's name
from the ballot.
Destruction of Trout Resented.
. i r, u r j i , l , w ., . . - v r
Butte Falls residents and fishermen
are up in arms over ine eiiunmis uu.
;i trlbutarv oi nuuo vi cc
pioye oi me v, " . , .
wnicn nas iui, . " . . -
. . na,ina a nA Fastpm DTOOK
trout According to the complaint
- . . . . . . A .tAnair Tllv
nlea Wlin rroseuuiujs "l"6J "
the creek is dry for over a mile and a
halt, leaving me un wx. c.,.
. t la iq!t,io.i tb lumber
tance 10 iul. w i. .... - -
company has no water right in that
County Poor Farm to Demonstrate
Self-sustaining; Depart men tm and
CoUee-e Exhibit Promised.
GRESHAM, Or.. Sept. 12. (Special.)
Secretary Thorpe and assistants
opened offices this morning at the
county fair grounds and received en
tries all day. The board of governors
fixed the admission as follows: Sea
son ticket, $1; day tickets, 50 cents;
grandstand, 25 cents; children under
14 free. Russellville. Evening Star,
Rockwood, Gresham. Columbia, Pleas
ant Valley and Lents granges win com
pete for $1300 in cash prizes. Five
new buildings have been completed.
Angora Herd Reported Sold.
MEDFORD. Or.. Sept. 12. (Special.)
James Kershaw, known as the An
gora King of Southern Oregon, today
sold one of his herds at $5 a head and
has announced to the Medford Commer
,.ii r-ih that he had realized 5- a
head from mohair, and kids were sold
at $3 each. An Angora goat is worm
$10. Mr. Kershaw is the only man In
the Angora goat business to any extent.
Tramp Shoots Brakeman on Train.
tr,.MivAwui. ......... . - - -
. . . . 11- ch..r an ll W R & N.
ciai.i a- "- -brakeman,
is carrying his arm in a
sling as the result of attempting to
. a tln nonr Mpln-
eVlCt II Hill,' i, V,,. a . - . - - ...
tush. ine iramp uiew .
fired at the brakeman, the bullet enter-
. , j ,- , ... v. th. s-niind
ing nis nan". "
dressed wnen ine train rcatiicu
A. J. 'vToochos leaves tomorrow for
Eastern shoe centers. He expects to
open for business about Nov. 16. AdT.
The County Poor Farm will make an
exhibit of its products to Bhow the
cultural ana norticuitura.
der the scientific management of the
Oregon Agricultural College.
n.v. a o-ii mil tn ml College
notified President Lewis today that
the college will make an exmon,
provisions will be made, although the
offer was unexpected and highly wel
come. Dr. W. T. Kerr, president of Oregon
Agricultural College, and Dr. James
Withycombe, Republican candidate for
Governor, are to be on the ground
Thursday. President Kerr will speak
on "The Next Step in Agricultural De
velopment," Racing horses are beginning to ar
rive and the stable will be full by
Monday. Several horses from Van
couver, Wash., will be here this week.
The 'fair management will Issue an
official daily programme with an
nouncements and other matters of in
terest in connection with the fair.
President Lewis and A. F. Miller will
be in charge.
Mrs. Charles Cleveland has completed
arrangements for the eugenic exam
inations, which will be held in the
Gresham library. No prizes will be
given. Dr. Alary v. mauigau. ui -lonrt
will he in charge, assisted by
local physicians. The tests will
morio Kotiirdav between s ana
A. F. Miller is superlntenaeni oi
the grounds and pavilion. He will be
assisted on the grounds by E. N. Em
ery and Carl Emery. Glen Davidson,
Miss Inez Lusted and Miss Susie Stan
ley are assistants to Secretary Thorpe.
D. M. Roberts and H. M. Miller will
have charge of the tickets.
Portland clubs are expected every
day, as follows: Rotary Club, Tues
day Ad Club, Wednesday; Progressive
and East Side Business Men s CluD,
Thursday; Transportation uiud. uriaay,
Order of Mutts, Saturday, with initia
tions at the City Hall.
Pacific Highway Meeting Called.
PVWTPA1.1A Wash.. Sept. 12. (Spe-
ria.i a meeting of the committee of
Centralia. Tenino, Bucoda and Tono
FEATURE PLAY BY GENERAL FILM COMPANY AT MAJESTIC THIS WEEK
SCF.E rl"1 -A FAIR REBEL."
l i i i . i r - - 4
a. i i i i j a a - -
business men, recently appointed to
fight for a change In the route of the
Pacific highway Detween wnunu. ...
Tenino so as to extend through Bu
coda Instead of Grand Mound, has been
called by Chairman Gus Bannse for Te
nino next Tuesaay nignt.
COUNTY ASSESSMENTS IN
Washington Property Valued at
$865,945,268 in Returns.
OLTMPIA, Wash.. Sept. 12. (Special.)
Estimates on real and personal prop
erty assessed at $865,945,268 have been
returned by Assessors of the 39 coun
ties of Washington to the State Board
of Equalization, now in session. This
does not include the property of the
railroad, street railway and telegraph
companies, which are assessed by the
state. The increase in county assess
ments is a little less than $8,000,000, or
not quite 1 per cent above last years
w,mA . V. - la ,,ntlAt BhOW de-
riitees ui mo " -
creased assessments, of which nine are
Eastern w asnina ton t-uuimo.
County, however, the largest reduc
m.m th. Assessor reducing
nunc n ci c -
..i.ti... mr, than $12,000,000. The
valuations are based, it is" estimated,
on about 40 per cent of the actual
Special Building Is for Baby Show.
CENTRALIA. Wash., Sept. 12. (Spe
cial ) A special bulldm- is being erect
ed at the Chehalis County Fairgrounds
at Elma to accommodate the .better
babies contest, which will be ropeated
at this year's fair. It is estimated that
100 entries will be made. Dr. Moore, ot
Hoquiam. will be in charge, assisted by
Dr. Riley, of Aberdeen.
TOLD IN A SIMPLE WAY
No Apparatus, Inhalers, Salrea, Lo
tions, Harmful Drugs. Smoke
Heals Day and Night
It is a new way. It Is something ab
solutely different. No lotions, sprays
or sickly smelling salves or "a1"".
No atomizer or any apparatus or any
kind. Nothing to smoke or Inhale. No
steaming or rubbing or Injections.
electricity or vibration or maaaage. No
powder; no plasters; no keeping In th
bouse. Nothing of that kind at all.
NATURAL COLOR TO
GRAY HAIR BY AIR
Tf.i, Hve is not a natural color re
storative. It simply STAINS the hair by
powerrui cnemicai action, ana iwiw
lustreless, dull finish that tells your
friends what you are using.
The simple, clean and healthy method
is by using Hay's Hair Health, which
contains a wonderful element that so
prepares the hair that the AIR the
pure, fresh air you breathe causes it
to COME BACK to its natural color.
It can't harm. It singles out every
faded strand and restores it to the color
nature Intended healthy, lustrous full
of life. NO OTHER RESULT BUT THIS
CAN BE PRODUCED.
If you want these undreamed ot
benefits In your case If you want to
REMOVE DANDRUFF and have a nor
mal, healthy scalp, begin at once the
use of the NATURAL method Hav .
Hair Health. NOT A DYE, but a mir
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'"if "t'fans. druggist will refund price
25c.. 50c and $1.00 at Drug Stores or
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Something new and different, some
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