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THE SUNDAY OKEGOMAX. rORTLAXD. NOVEMBER 28. 1913.
3 HELD OP If! EARLY
Highwaymen Shoot Twice and
One Shot Lodges in Back
of Fleeing Victim.
ALL OFFER RESISTANCE
Two CUIm" V-nr al Mth anJ
totaanM. Wht ITde-lrlaa
Ttkn t.aa Ironi .alUnt.
Cleveland Mnlth lu-atra.
Tbra m-n wr held op. two shots
w.r Lrl and on rrati woundd ,n
t:ir nationl roHfi In t!
oaln nlrkl b-1 --
.: a-rio.it i.t mt-ht. Th hi-hw.iy.
ua a-t.4 wlt? ! r.t.ritT that ttl
poll.: bad Sol time to firi'l th ln
toc.oa of oo rrinn b. f o. aoothar
W r. tort .4. T poll' !! oa
f ro6r f.ar4 In all th crime
Tt fc'i'f n r
T W. Iichxii'. J: .Bnth trt.
ho u h"t b a h.hw,mar '
i.J and Col r-nl!a tr.t. on Hov
frcnt ta fjrtty CI16. al t.i
. Si N.taon. : N'Tth frilt.anlh
a:r..t. trul'l wits and dt
rm-4 tw biS-ma at th same
CloiUn l Jtmitfc. a HimM of Crook
County, who w a b'n and rob be-1
. two kt(tnn In front of Ih
C lnm-ll4 at Tar o4 Dal
nlae; Waa !".
Mr. Jo.t wa e M r horn
ttx 15 robCr .-.-o.td him. Instead
f throwing fc"d a th man
erdr.t Mr lumd and f;d.
Tn r"tr :ftJ ; rolr and fir-l
T5 Sot tr-H tr flto rnaa OB tb
r nt Koulr bl.t ai4 ktk- btn
Ti. rtbr "rtd rua la the op
.ita T tlon. K. I- la f"v.r. IJ5
lay !rl. tried1 la h.ad turn off. out
tn r' ointJ h gu al th cm-
a r1 autlt tr-r T cart
rH? aot tpl.!. Th amateur
t il.f-eat. -he wa li.id. arvl itlo'l
t ror ta on. Th robber fan
o.t! ta lUr trat a4 4irPar4.
i-i'1f cf ! lMPro4 um
rnn4 tft Ir.ti l- -
r4 ao i lit H4i:. li!oft'l r--o
m-a TuItT an Worn f tiod Mr.
H. ttla i'tift oa a 4orto, Tna
ffii-r inl fcira ! tno l"4 Mmfi
ta inpit In tho rar of tl A rr. t u -
Mr. i.niH oi4i4 I n't roa.-
- I( u a utwrr. Si
ka a tat lr.
.l t ' avto.k . tl N-t.oa. H
Nrtl jtntnfr trt. orir4 ta
ol i o Ma Mi t tr I" n'f at tb
ma lf corMf hr ('''nil
arct. Wr Ntoa rf4- tno of ta
yubbr 4rw a ua an4 fl'4 It. Nl
aa grubt'! tba oarrt Tkt ruf
V ica iAo.) th brrl n s
rd. n. th t'4 I't t'4 kro
mmit tr Nia'a aa4.
T3' a.-ar.j t. 4i4( II rvkbar.
i lt t of l"i tia an4 raa. M'
:.oa t ra. ! rolirar oo t
fot.jr-Ts!o ltroitna Tally aa4 Mor
- wno ntl tit. call. Tt
r r ror tit aCtia part la tn
TSo an y Biaa ta to aay ar t-
inMMrl T1b4 Jttrlll. mho
hl4 o .!! a an t tnn
aara ant rhv4 by two na In
frnnE f t t'tj Cm . fco.4 Wr. Jtrmitl
an h y hi toma at
.-.rt I'ara trt. jirnit! tol m tU
tl an4 II la ra.a.
II h way a wt Naatataa.
lmltt tn.a ren (aa4in ao
t urar. but :l us ta triin on
oncravi:y l'jil-lnl y ana of ta roa
rri jmis wtt; a Tfio oiiir
I"o&o4 fr hi itfiv Ooa of tsa
aian (rme J tnin4 rmlta an4 tr'ttrk
hiia t t.rnric hlw. cttli bit f-
h.l!y Smtt la a lr tnaa. II
fj.iit ha.k. T'' toftrT l
oruplC4 unfit tn rua hat fclm or
I . h4 wua a tyir aa4 tt o
tfatal I tRaot bb h 4boiit-l-.t,
Tram tha rf.-ri9'ion of C rnbf.
t pu bH i ial is ra:ir of
tn ! ritlart fl'r4 In all thr
rim. la IS ,V.!a ao4 i.-S-;l
;p an of t"i mn ora mall.
H-a m't'- It I tn BJ tftl
l,. i nt!nT. Ninr of l mn
tvt I4 t ?mi'! h4 any blra.
th tu. a ft r fr-a Iba H
.ru"' f tna robnr' cioIMn; an4
aij I at lb m"t.'b muat baa ha
f: on. TM. t of'i.-r y.
'i:4 aot ba. 4i-tl ta i:
T cm rpi'ir4 r tb an4
t'irnl o-r t lb poll t4nt!y b4
ha fir4 rl tm. Ob cart,
r-il b4 bn nM4. Tbl aororda
m.tt tb f. t !t Iba robr fr4
at lKa. anoln at ? hut aa4
nip4 a rartrl.ltf c la rr.
Ir.. ti l l-tt. Irk., iiciii. I(y4
rvt Abv)C rr tr nl nil to r
Infarv lb (oli. in :itr. Tl
ay taae tb rtun.l.r ta lb rokwt
l i tt'' h a(tr h f4 onv at Nia.
Tbi apt t ; ai4b?ma from
COMMISSION STARTS FIGHT
tiwjrrw I n.acrd lo nrrcol fr.
Mt.rf. . Nov -..n- t
T. 5tt ( c!.y ro m m i Mio a iair
l. t 9a.im iw r.rm
;--- a v-Nfy to rprM im
44mi.4 p'-"'! ' In it.t4 ta lb
iuAt'l,r. w h prfofn-- ta WorH
A . Jk t ftriir an ; m I of
fr.m wi a9 ih - t ri' l r'il
r WdAV ff"r I ifr '"'
n to rni Pt fci;i ! cwm-
t-at4ti. f-r fcit r4-4
Ttr nrF aaU loc A I lead ,a
BM rarty o TKan'cHlo J.
-f.as Hurt an. I aaor of tba ma.
j-r l.mmb-r an fmi:; or Tb"
fT.-.a ataff wra at ts
,rn'a rrr Ibi. yar Tha
r..ti'-i- "" pt- al lb Uiitii.
B-. Ile. on TS i'fr nin. tn-
(- flry cntinu.l tbro'ttfboul
m f '! mi4-
I..-r H.w.r I
. .m;tlM ' rC.l.l cin
.ir.r.t oa fa a bil
Variaaa aior of Iba Kflr
..t.ia4 4rta tb n tla
.-! and lntrmntl
Tb h ;-4 tfta fa wr-
.. Lon Caa rr. F. Parton
A 1'1 1 oq rirwiti. r- -' '
Uih. Wa :'.! Urooh. Wr. Joho
llrock. II . 'Irl. John V. Co. It
fan. tr. an4 Wra. l.an Collin. Ml
Wrr't Collin. ;rt.-u4 I. C-rt.
ry Corn. .Mr. and Cr. o
Kaac.ll. Wr. C. I- I ord.- IVrry l ord.
lUrry . Irya. Url I:. ;oo4ln. Wr
an4 Mr. irfjn f L lioojdn. -Mr. and
lr.. Itir II. tirorr. Wr. I- llrecory.
r.jlrh ll.fn.r. Jam. Ilaly. 1-4-ward
Hill. Krank llo.-hf.ld. Mr f.dith
Knlchl Holm... W l-lor.nc Holm.
W: Wary Holm.. Wr. and Mr, had
1 Krtnii. Wr. arid Wr. Jo.;h Mac
q i..n. W.. M WMun. Wi Mar
r.l Waa-mni. Wr. and Wra. . r.
whon.y. U. ll'.mary Whony.
W U.rtru Way. Wall.r W. It. Wy.
Vr. and Mr. V ' W'rrl- k. Wl Klhrl
W It. Ilali h II. Mil h.ll. Ml AUhaa
Morn. Mr. 11 I". Morrl. Krank T.
Mot... Wr. ard Mra Charl W. Wyar.
C. J. wn. Wr. and Mr. Kdr IU 11
pr. Wi. Con.tan- Plpr. Wr. an4 Wr.
.4aar4 i. Kr.o!J. Wi lHrohy
U.ynold. K.daard Kaynotds A. I
l.i. h..on. faul llyan. J. W. Sh.r.
1. .ore. L. Jiminond. i"arlton K. fpo
rr. Wr. and Wra, William P. (ilrand
horr. Wra. l-ra.-a K Tnoma. C. H.
Tril. Mr. aad Mr. ;or:a A. Whtt.
M. II. i. n M on. Krd ti. Taylor and
FIVE tIGIIfilS RESCUED
Btri:it o h:k:.o niL:tx is
lad.al a W T I alirralt af ak
laaiaa la fard aad Ilia taw
aaalaai la Ixat.
TACUMX Va.h. No. Z'. Captain
Io.mc. thra ram.n and om paa
tir of the wrark'd Chliaaa bark
Carvlmapu kmr bn picked up and ara
bln cared tor la a prlval homo al
Calyejuol. acorJln to advlcaa ra
cld hero loatg-ht from lirllijl) Co
lumbia. Tao boU.r a:o haa bean
A I band, about I i man In alt. were
blid to b bn lot when le
bark ballrrrd to plK( on tba wl
cwt of anrour Ilaad Thurtday.
Tn J are:
I'.rcar. 4v lotn. tt-.tr: W. Col
anan. aman. of Calcatuirao. Chile.
AalJcIo Hawaiian. .mn. of llono
luli. to I'eyber. aman. a 81". and
ftod'ifo !. rer.rr. vf follao.
tlen mrr.br of Ih craw- and on
paana.r. Claudia t rull, m compan
ion of I' .t. ar known to haa beea
lo.t Only I o bodi baa ben re
rord. and the baa not et baen
Captain t.otrrea aid that the
Car.imapi trflt") off Cape KaClary
arly on Va.n4y nioiBin; and
eald fia I m for a lowboal. Al
Itiousn within a half-mil of l'latlry.
I.ia nip waa eTiu.riCy unUtl4
Alt.r I r. in lha .Iran all dy tb
nip wa cauaM In a oulftat t'
and bain up t.-.a wt col of an
cour l.laaJ. I-.ir !tn: wr
rpndd to by Ih -fin- Mal'.in
B. but a chana of wind broke tb
chain of both . w bn tn Cana
dian I'a.-ific lmr tried to ! aid.
- orJ.r.d on of tti mail fcoat
towrd but It wa mahd to pir
ard tn onl!.r boat waa lowered
wttn of tba crw. and it went
down." tba m.tr aid. Tha Caret
m.ru hit a rf and broka In two.
-Two pa.ncr and tn rt of the
rrew an-t ifilf w.r wab4 oer
board. Th . of o who wera
wr In t walr for tnra than hall
a hour bfor- w. wera ee-olually
a. .4 on tba rnch. I am bauly
hrui-t. but Ihroueh aoma miracle -I
am a.ia with no bone brokn.
ri rescued p..nsr. I t
on of a iBta;o prof.r. and h
4 hi drownd rornranlon. I rula.
.era en rout lo yttl wh.r. their
.,P-I.d to attnd 16 I n.rH f
Wa.h'na-toB. Tba to war tha only
MURDER IN 1894 TOLD
:TTi i: ikii h i.irrii. niw:
m: W Iort.l.
Dale aad leewea-laaee'a Tally
H. - Mled by Paltro la
lataatlaallaa af ley.
TTI Th. No. :T. Ifpecial )
J. W er.nr. a barb.r. at poir b"1"
quarter early Saturday mornlnc told
. .tory of tb murd.r of a amblr In
W lllow a. l'l. II year as Th alleed
murderer wa named by Webber, lie
aid b wa Ih onty p.ron other lhan
th prin. leal who knw Ih autho
of b rrim.
Wehber y th murdred man wa
Bam.d -Ch- and Ibl h waa hilled
ta tl ata:n Tennani .nl a ma
,.( io lb. i.Hro al Willow and tha
tory of Wbbr. a to dta and rlr
rum.tanr.a w . ub.tntil!y Terlttod.
w.bbar l h:d In Ih city Jail pndin
furtber in.ction. II may be
laben lo W i: low .
Tb miM.rtr. .Webber, threat
nd t b'l! bim If h fr.f told tba lo-li.-e.
and bvaua of thla h ramalned
bb.r aya b wa working In a
barber bop In Vlt!ow In JIM. bn
-'.-i." who wa a bo. -iambi. r. wai
boi and mortally wound.4. To W!
br - h lol4 lhal two m.n bad tried
lo rob him. bul b rfud to sly
tbetr name. drtrin: h wouid r
or an4 "l th.m" hlm:f. but h
ji.H. Webber y b aw on of lha
fobbra run from ti vn of th
crtm. t-t.r. to W bbr. I Ma robbr
aail ba bl "! "''b and lha mur
o.r.r warn.4 U.bb.r to h..- qulL
GAS SAFETY IS ON TAPIS
Major' Aaiomaltc Cal-Otf lcnorr
( omr l"p Wnlared;.
W.Tr Alb' propo.-4 ordlnaar r.
luirirc lb lB.tltlon of autcmaltc
. .nuloff on a I buiMinr ei.apl
r...d.n. la Portland will b before
th Mi Vun.il lor f.nal paaa on
.a..Hy. Tba mjr I Int.nd.u
a m Ar.ty pre.aution for lha benefit
of fir.meo ad for properly prolectlun.
T- iiilxn a prop-x I wl.l IntoK
th (on.iru.'.ton of a dir wb'ch will
.hjt orf lb In an entir bul
by tba mera pr.lr; of a button on lb
outJ Of bui.dn
(oaalltattan Itrnfl raatplKrd.
MLKU. Cr. Nor. pctl -
C"r.t of lb constitution and bylaw ta
ubm'it4 lo tb Waetarn dici.ion of
trim Pr.foi fitat T.hr- Aocitloa
for approval wa roras!ted looay by
lb comoittt apfo!nled for that pur
po. Tb commit! m. I in tb offira
of J A CburrhtH. iurrlntn4nt of
tUliC nt,u-tiofV Tb c.fltf Bllotl will
rrm-1 la M.dford. Ixmbr IT. !
loath .cr-Btl of Tlwfl.
l;obrt turner. : year old. waa ar
rt. I la.t alaht by lte-e lonard
! tnd lua Hj'i on a char of l.lin
t pr.to lit tank from aulomobllva
Th offt'-er ay Ih boy coaf.aaad.
tlrc'l Ta'. with whnrn I' rnr I aid
lo lata otrtd. I rytr a l.b-day
aatB for hia of.'; ea.
LAST PLUM SOUGHT
Many in Race for Registership
at La Grande.
POST PAYS S3000 YEARLY
lUatrrn Orrcon ix-morrata Heady to
Have. Oar of Own Tarty Sneered
1'. C. llramwrU. Iko Term
Kxplrea Next June.
i f-.RixriE. Or- Nov. St. Special.)
A lively tule for the lt blK polit
ical plum In tbl cllon oi in a
for tb current administration to dl-
-a f h.. commenced. til. tid
ihiv aeven. Eastern Orecon Demo-I
i akA .ififat for
crat ara acuvciy i "
appointment to th re;lternip at wa
La Grande land office to u-cee F. C
Hramaell. wnoe tern expire next
June. Mr. Bramwell wa a Kepubllcan
appointee eluht year ao and aaln
four year ao. holdlna: three year
under th Iruocratic rule at the rate
of Hoot! a year. With the appointment
ome month away, the candidate are
becinnlnt; to aroom themeelvea.
Itaker. which produced Nolan Fklfr.
the preenl receiver, and Wallowa,
which av Colon It. Ebernard. prede
cea.or lo Mr. SkUf. have no candidate
publicly out for the office now. Neither
baa Grant. Umatilla County, however,
and Morrow repreaent the field on the
weatern border of the La Urand land
office dttrlct. while Union County has
three, and poib!y more, who are
Morrow candidate U C. C. Tatter
on. County Judaie. and chairman of the
lmocrallc Ceotral Committee there.
The Jndce ha been active for eome
lime, and t reported to have a dlllcent
roup of tirmocrate behind him. He 1
Land Commlloner now.
Tbomaa t. hmith. of Kcho. 1 reco;
nlaed a th forerooat Umatilla County
candidal at preeent. Mr. Smith ha
been actively aatherln; aupport and
reported to have a bla: followlna. He
I a farmer, about is year old. and
ba lived In I matllta County alwaya.
Pendleton haa a candidate la ri. A.
Newberry, clerk, of tbe Untied State
Court, and Land Commlaloner. Walter
M Pierce. Union County Democratic
!-.... I. warm D.ronal friend
of Mr. Newberry, but 1 not known to
be taking an active pari m aia ""-
dUn'lon County ha a lively arramble
afoot. K. U lkley. veteran editor and
P.mocrat lnce he f!rt voled. I bob
b'naT up a likely t'mber. Al the ama
time. Charle S Dunn. hlh In tb
rank of lha local Demo.-racy. I known
to be puahlnar hie candidacy. He ha
b.en about It quietly for ome little
lime. Ilurh T. Klnne. an employe In
tb land office, al-o aeek the appoint
ment, and W. A. Maxwell, editor of th
Colon Kotit. I willlna to lake the
-. t i. kiii.r a La. Orande at
torn.y. I mentioned, but h refute the
With th rac bclnnln o early, due
con. Id. ration 1 riven the drk-hor
poaaibiniy. but at any rat. mol of lb
men mentioned will.etay In th race
nul l th end.
SHERIFF TAKES 1 OF TRIO
Two of Men Wanlcd In HilUboro to
IU Kept In Multnomah Jail.
pr.r.rrltiB to .av J-k "ator
and Karl Hraun In r.kr.plns In Hi
.w i-n.mir Jjil. while li re
turned to IIIM-tx.ro with Jamra Hul-
lian. on of tha trio accu.o 01 roo
blns tha Maya Itroa. mercantlla -laMl-hmenl
at North I'lalna. Noyem
ber SI. eheriff Iteye announced ye
lerd" that h had mad arrance
ni.nt with Sheriff Ilurlburt that will
allow him tu do thl.
Th three m-n. who wera arretted
Thurd.ny ntornlnc by It-Uve Goltl.
Il.tlycr. Tarkaberry. Coleman and
Snow, appeared In Municipal Court
y.aterday mornini to
chars of burtlary. but tha can wa
postponed until Monday. The charcea
will probably b- dropped, a th pollc
bay lilt: conylrtinir evidence that
Ih men ara Rullty of the local hold
up and robberle aacrlbed to them.
UNBORN BABE CAUSES ROW
Iyorc Suit rilrtl a IteanH of
Quarrel (hrr Mir of Mookln..
An outburl of ansr when they were
dlculn: th li of utocklnaT to buy
for tblr expected baby, wa tha besrln
nlna of th.lr trouble. allesea Mr.
Ker.n tl. Ieyrld In a dlvorca ult
filed In County Clerk Coffey- office
eterday atnl l:and S. lleverldee.
Kriuent outburt and .-rtiel treat
ment ar a!le.d a around for divorce.
A ditorci ult a filed ir Florence
. W.tclimn aealnal Krneal Vottcli
man on Bround of cruelty, by J-ury
Kthel tjarkln acalnat Wll.la-n ErnrH
ltrkin. and by Joi n 8. Kewoy agalnat
i.. livwey Mr, lirkln aliened that
her huban.l had nt ben divorced
from a prlou wife li'n he mar
ried her. twy aliened ;Ual hi wife
BEACH TRAVEL YET HALTED
Coo IUj-linKjua Itlccp Stajc
Await allnn of Storm.
M l"..nFI Kt.D. Or.. No. 57. (Spe
claLI Automobile tase trayel ba
not been reeumed on the ovaan beach
beiaeen Coo Hay and th lfnpu.ua
Itiyer. all the automobilea with on
iceptlnn belr.at out of commllon.
Th tral today conltd of tfan
portlns threw pa.nsr down the
tear from flardmer to Ten-Wile
Creek, half way. and Ihence to Lake-
ine. ahich I IT mile from Marah
held. Tn p. son t'nlyrity freabmen
football em I .till her, and may
not leave b.for Monday, a the aurf
i. .till runnlns over the cawall at
POSTAL RECEIPTS GAINING
November Mxiw l"lrt Incrra? Oyer
torrruntlinc Month for It I 4.
ror the firl time thla year Port
land Poeloffic reeelpta how a cam
over Ih correapondinc month of 114.
I'laure compiled by I'oelmaaler Myer
lat nlchl Indicate that roirity .la
poatal roreipl for Ih month end
In la.t nlbt amount lo lS.7uJ. a
acaln.t feveipia to the amount of 1.
j 11 for the month endintr with No
vember ST. 1IU. Thla la a Fain of
oju:l. and the two day of Movem
ttrr yet remalninar ar certain. In th
opinion of th potmatr. to uphold the
truod howln that the current Novem
ber la maklnc.
T. f-'T.-t fir.a at Ciltrala laat year
Heavy, all-wool Blankets, white or plaids
$12.50, special $9.35; $9.50 Rugs now. . . .
HOST STUDENTS .WORK
SEVKVTY PER CF..T EABX WAY AT
IMVKltMTY OK ORKOO.
Preble of Prevtdla; Joba Arlaea. Bat
eae Haa Kelaraed Home Be
eaaae af Lark af Work. -
' UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eugene.
Nov. ST. Special.) With "0 re' nt
of the ludcnt of tne university work
in; their way throunh chool this year,
Ihe problem of finding; ufflclent em
i..m.m to .m.rr the demand pre-
ented liaeif. Many aludent were era-
. . . . r i anH nth.
ployed by mo Duiue o . Vf
er obtained work through th M.
C A. employment bureau, with the re
reult tluit by December 1 work will
have been ecured to aludent amount
In; In the ansreicate to $ivOu. Thl i
an averatte of per month for all
tudrnlii. and to date no atudent 6"
had to return home on account of lack
of- work. ,. ,
The nudent help of the unlverity In
clude readera In the department, tu
tor. jnltor. electrician and general
help. To the. wa paid during the
half month of September $2Si.93. and
during October IMl.M. Tha work -cured
by the employment bureau of the
campus Y. M. C A. I largely town
work, and ha amounted to date to
11400. Thl an-.e department maintain
fre of charge a book exchange. h'cn
so far In the school year ha aved to
students u'0. Much work t also e
cured Independently by students whlcB
is not registered, and which. If added,
mould bring the total to a much larger
There are many Instance of tudent
accomplishing lha seemlugly Impossible.
Notable of thee la th case of Evan
geline Kendall, of Jameson. Or. She
ha only one arm. Yet he ha ob
tained family work, and belde doing
this ah Is carrying a full college
course and maintaining a high average.
A North Yakima. W ash., lad, Douga
Corpron. put in hi odd hour doing
janitor work, carries a heavy premedtc
course. I th crack wlmmer of the
university and t complete hi time
conducts a gymnasium class of young
men al Creswell once a week.
Wuch of the good showing of the em
ployment bureau I due to Douglas Fos
ter, the nw Y. M. C. A. secretary. Mr.
Foaler ts a graduate of the University
of California and bad taken two years
of posl-graduate work In that Institu
tion befor he came to Oregon this Fall.
While a post-graduate student he did
work similar to that which o I now
THEFT OF PIGEONS CHARGE
Four Ioj Arc .xtx-uscd of Stealing
4 0 Illrtla During Owner Absence.
Korty pltreona were stolen from the
home of Mr, Marie Montchalln. ill
Insley avenue, while their owner was
on a ranch near Carson. Wash., accord
ing to a recent report to the police, and
Patrolman F. J. Trout yesterday re
ported that he had found four boy
who. he say, had taken most of the
The youths are Consentlne Collbaba.
aged 1. son of George Collbaba. 70
Ir est Fifteenth street; John Boxel. aged
U son of Helen Buxel. 4S4 Cora, aveaue;
In Endless Variety
Our mammoth store is filled to overflowing with a stock that for variety,
1 ..-.. ,J ittt'li'ftr lieia niraw Vioon Anil alpH in the. Pacific Northwest. We
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Beautiful and Useful
Nothing- will be more appreciated as a holiday gift than a selection
of some kind from one of our complete lines of furniture, house
furnishings, electric lamps, luxurious easy chairs, tea wagons, sew
ing tables, pedestals, music cabinets, grandfather clocks, cedar
chests and hundreds of other beautiful things that will easily solve
th question of what to give to him or her. Don't fail to see our
window display for suggestions.
9x12 Brussels Rugs
Beautiful effects in parlor. Dining-room and Bedroom d1 C OC
designs. Regular ?22u0 Rugs, special ; --
For the Bathroom
Splendid Rugs, 64x60 inches in length, large variety ofQC.
colors. Regular price 1.50, special JJ
enry Jenning & Sons
Fifth and Washington
Emil Feltz. afeed lo. and John FelU.
aged 18. on of Joseph Feltz. 749 East
Fourteenth; and a young man named
Carpenter, who haa since moved to
Chicago. The boys may be turned over
lo the Juvenile Court,
RUNAWAY GIRL IS SOUGHT
Spokane Probation Officer Asks Po
lice to Halt Fleeing L,ass or 17.
Nomadic mania" is -what ails 17-year-old
Lillian Orth. of Spokane.
Wash, according to W. M. V. Winans,
Chief Probation Officer at that city,
who telegraphed Portland police last
night to watch all incoming Spokane
trains for trace of the runaway girl.
To make further his meaning. Mr.
Winans added in his telegram that the
slrl was "O. K. morally."
The girl ran away from a good
home, said the message. She is de
scribed is being 5 feet 3 inches tall,
weighing 114 pounds, with rosy cheeks
and light, slightly wavy hair.
REED PLAYS POSTPONED
College Drama Club Will Appear In
Productions January 10.
The two plays which the Reed Col
lege Drama Club had intended to pre
sent to the public next Friday night
have been postponed until January 10.
They will then be presented in the
Portland Drama League s Little Thea
ter at Twenty-third and Washington,
and be the first productions staged in
th new playhouse.
The plays are Chesterton a 'Magic
and Lord Dunsany -The Glittering
Gate " Miss Josephine Hammond, pres
ident of the Portland Drama Club. Is
training the college actors.
BISHOP PLAYS FOR DANCE
One-Step Marks Keceptlon to Kcv.
T. J. W illiams at Oregon City.
OREGON CITT. Or Nov. 17. (Spe
cial ) Bishop Walter Taylor Sumner at
a reception to Rev. Thomas J. Williams,
the new rector of St- Paul's Episcopal
Church, tonight played popular melo
dies on the piano while the parishion
er danced the one-step and others that
were equally favorites. '
The recptlon wa given by the parish
to the new rector. Bishop Sumner. Rev.
John Hattora and Rev. John Simpson,
of Portland, attended.
MURDER. VERDICT UPHELD
Conviction of Clurke County Greek
Is Affirmed by Supremo Court.
VANCOUVER. Wash., Nov. 27. (Spe
cial.) L. M. Burnett, prosecuting at
torney for Clarke County last term, has
been notified by the Supreme Court
that the decision, of the Superior Court
of this county, regarding the case of
John Gounagias. convicted of murder
In the first degree, has been affirmed.
Gounagias was convicted of killing
another Greek In Camas. May 7, 1914.
by shooting him In the head five times
as he lay sleeping. Mr. Burnett tried
th case and obtained the conviction.
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enn'k hpp-in to describe its many
both in quality and price, so we extend a cor
dial invitation to you personally to call and see
for yourself. You will be well repaid for the
Do you want to beautify your
home? If you do, then look in
our show window on the Fifth
street side and you will see one
of the largest and finest displays
of Portieres, ready for hanging,
ever shown in Portland. We have
cut all original prices in half
Think of It!
A $23.00 pair of Portieres $12.50
A $ 3.50 pair of Portieres $ 1.75
These are exceptional values.
Second and Morrison-Street Store
$20.00 8-3x10-6 Seamless Brus
sels Rug, showing very pretty
chintz and small symmetrical de
$27.50 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Ori
ental and floral effects.. $17.50
Carpets and Rugs are advancing
rapidly, so this will be your last
chance to buy at these prices.
SAMPLE LINE of BRASS BEDS
ranging in price from $9.95 to
See our window display.
Blanket and Comforter Specials.
$10.00 large-size, heavy, all-wool
Blankets, Scotch plaid effects now
at only $8.25
$6.00 genuine lambs' wool com
fort, 6 ft. wide, 7 ft. long, $1.50
Also Second and
GIRL OF 16 IS SUICIDE
RIFLK.lSfcJD TO E.D LIFK AND NO
MOTIVE IS APPARENT.
Pearl June Pedcrson, of Monitor, Or.,
Shoota Self Health and Spirit Good.
No Love Affairs Known Of.
OREGON CITY, Or.. Nov. 27. (Spe
cial.) Pearl June Pederson, 16, living
with her parents at Monitor, about 20
miles from here, shot and killed herself
with a 22-caliber rifle in her room at
home this afternoon. The mother, who
was in the house, did not hear the shot
When the girl failed to answer her calls
she investigated and found her dead.
Coroner Hempstead and his assistant.
. t dn..A.-ai wnt rn Mnniror late to
day and made an investigation. No evi
dence could be found mat wouia ttuuru
the least motive for the suicide. The
girl had been in good health. Last
night she had participated in a school
entertainment, and oday had been in
her usual jolly spirits.
A thorough search of her effects was
made, but no note was found. She had
no trouble at home and had no love
affairs, her parents say.
Her father is Edward Pederson.
CHEMICAL CLUB ELECTS
William Conger Morgan, of Reed
College, Chosen President.
nriiiiom rnn?pr AToriran. head of the
department of chemistry at Reed Col-
lege, was eiecieu pieaiucin - . .
land branch of the American Chemical
Society last night. Twenty members
attended a dinner at the Hazelwood.
..i fira for the. ensuinsr year are
V L 1 1 l v..... v . ' '
O. F. Stafford, University of Oregon.
vice-president; N. c. inorne. xoiw...
Academy, secretary-treasury; H. V.
Tartar. Oregon. Agricultural College,
councillor. The duty of the councillor
is to represent the Portland branch on
the governing body of the American
At the conclusion of the business
meeting Dr. Morgan delivered a lecture
entitled. "Some Modern Views of Mat
ter and Their Implications."
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At $5.00 the Pair
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o STOiViACH OF
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life is too short you are not here
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Eat what you like and digest it; enjoy
it, without dread of rebellion in the
Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your
home anyway. Should one of the fam
ily eat something which don't agree
tviiam nr in rase of an attack of
indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or
stomach derangement at oaj umo '
during the night, it Is handy to give
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Lerov Brandy. Cognac. France bot. 11.50
Hennessey 3-Star. Cognac. France, .bot. t-.O'
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