The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, October 15, 1902, Page 8, Image 8

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- If yon hava trouble with jrour eyes to faa them looked fter The
U co war of getting new eyes, it paya to take good c re of the only
m Va viUtf erhan. Our methods of testing ud fitting defective
vision 'are right tip to data and it It la posalbla to. remedy your de
fecu with glasses we can give you result. . - ...
Oculist prescriptions filled. '4 -
, Expert Framenf.'. Best Holdings ' . ' , Lowest Pricit ,
And Rathbdne Sisters
Elect Officers
To Be Made by the
- Southern Pacific
Manufacturing Jewelers and Opticians. Corner Third and Washington Streets.
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THERE is always one right answer to every
question one right solution to every ppb
, lem.
Have you a machinery probjem to solve a ma
chinery question to settle ?
Are you putting up new works, or does your
.present machinery need changes? '.J
We have large facilities and we are full of
ideas and resources, so that it is very likely we
can solve in just the only right way any machin
ery difficulty you may bring to us.
Portland Rower Mission to Give
Country Fair.
"The Portland Krult and Flower Mission
wjjl give a country fair at Parson's Hall
tomorrow afternoon and evening. The
young women of tnls organisation are
banded together for ths purpose of visit
ing and comforting the sick of the hospi
tals and homes of the city, and it has
been their custom to give an annual en
tertainment for the purpose of raising
funds for thli charity. In the afternoon
music will be furnished by the country
fiddlers, and In the evening Parsons or
chestra will play for dancing In- the ball-room.v.TheioothWl.U..J..suprintended
Received presents
H. R. DEVENNY, 303& Washington St $10.00
GEO. W. HILL, 181 Russell St S $10.00
MRS. ANNA WAGER, 574 Frankford St .., $ 5.00
MRS. KAKRITCH, 644 Irving St $ 5.00
Don't you think it time to come
in and receive your FIVE or TEN
Dollar Bill ?
. .We GIVE Away
UlLifJ Willi O tWIU. LUJ J
following persons have received
the amounts opposite their names
and will VOUCH for the genuine
ness of this SALE :
VOTCHSnTEI ......... $10.00-
L, D. COLLARO, Newberg, received 10.00
ROY W. WHITNEY, 106 Mason Street, received 10.00
E. E. STOES5EL, Salem, Oregon, received 10.00
E. W. JONES, Camas, Wash., received 10.00
ELMER NYE, Woodlawn, received 10 00
HENRY B. DAY, Dayton, Wash., received..... 10.0a,
!v XV. HUNT, 681 Clinton Street, received.. 10.00
JAMES ARMSTRONG, 269 Salmon Street, received 10.00
MRS. H. D. McOUIRE, 487 E. Pine Street, received 5.00
, MRS. CHAS. HAYES, 171 Stanton Street, received 5-06
A. D. WOLFER, Hubbard, Oregon, received 5.00
ELMER SMITH, 346 Couch Street, received 5 00
W. E. MITCHELL, 63 Oak; Street, received 5.00
MRS. O. M. CROUCH, Montavilla, received...; 5.00
SARAH GRIFFITH, 164 Qrand Ave., North, received 5.00
MRS. J TIULLER, 311 North aist Street, received 5.00
Better come in and get
your share TODAY.
WheriTYou rSee It Tr OuiAd. Ft So.
IVUoyer Clothing Co.
as follows:. Housekeepers' booth, -vtihh
Lena Blckel; caidy booth, Ml?s Horenn
Mayer; fruit and f?rns, Mrs. r U. Allls
ton: cider press, 'Miss H. Brooke; re
freshments. Mrs. Wllllum Wallace; let
tuce bed, Mrs. H. 1 Judge. The patron
esses are: Mrs. H. K. McArthur, Mr.
Richard Koehler, Mrs. Ueorge C. Cresscyj
Mrs. Ralph W. Wilbur, Mrs. E. A. C.
Stevens and Miss Virginia Wilson.
Tile case of John Lamont, president of
the Order of Eagles, vs. Fidelity & De
posit Company, of Maryland, came up
before the United Stateg District court.
A motion for leave to amend the answer
was allowed. The trial, heretofore set
for Friday, October 17, 1902, whs continued
until further order of the court.
Frank Holmes, of Bslem, was ndmlttod
to practice, this morning, .in the United
States Circuit and District Courts.
yesterday at our
$5.00 and $10 J
Knights of Khorassan Are Being
Organized Today The
Uniformed Rank. -
For the pant two days ' the Pythian
Grand Lodge of Qreon has htun In ten
rtim. Today the mun proceeding were
finished, and the chief event Wight wl!'
!e the institution of a temple of the
Dramatic Ord.-r of Knights of Khoraa
Siin, an order which is related 10 the
Knightp of Pythia? ;bo!t us the Mystli:
Shrinefis to the Masons.
In .accordance with the custom of t'oc
order, the officers wer.- hdviinccd one
tei) this year, the Gi-ar.d Chancflloi
stcnyilnf; d.iwn. !
The oiijr-us for the coming year nre as
follows: Jamos V. Mahoney, of Pendl-j- !
ton; grand chancellor;. Umll Waldmun,
of Portland, grand vice-cliancrllor; L. L.
Cur!, of Albany,, grand prelate; I L.
Ktlnsun, of Sulenv rrnnd- keeper of rce
orris and seal; E. M. Satgent, of Port
land, prind master of th rxchequrr;
Marlon F. DnvK of t'nlon, grand mnilr
of firms: J. M. Wall, of HltlFboro, Rrnrd
Inner puavd; O. C. Mon.'r, of Portland.
Riand outer guard: J. H. Aitkin, of
! ;"-'li'Kton. tranU trustee.
Last evening n br'rndo of the Uniform
Itank was nrganisvd. eoinpoird of two
rtvjlrr.i nt, .ne of Kuctern and one of
V stern Oregon. The following oftlcers
wire chosen
J. II Aitkin, of Huntington, hrlgudlor
Kcnernl; L. K. Yenin. of Eujtene, colon!
Ilrst regiment: J. A. Young; McMlmiville,
lieutenant-colonel; E. M. Hoyt. vt HIU
boro, rr.n.lur Ilrst lntul!lnn: C. C Kr.uff
monoflf Eupen?. major second batalllon.
The Becond regiment represents Eastern
Oregon. Its offlccrs a?e: R. W. Miller.
Sumpter, lieutenant-colonel; W. A
VVeatherbee.nBuker City, major first bat
talion. At present this regiment has not
aufflclent companies to admit the elec
tion of a colonel.
Eefore the evening session the Uniform
Hank gave a parad in vrhlch were com
panies from McMinnvllle. HlllsbarD. For
i IOasLlVW.WWUiV-Ur W.WtW rtaOstl -- kkW
est Grove, Eugene, Medford, and other
Eastern Oregon towns.
This morning the regular business of
the Grand Lodge was completed. The
subject of an Increased representation tV
the Grand Lodge waa discussed. -
a The great event of today will be the in
stitution of a temple or ine Knignis oi
K horassan- a t -1 he--Av4 iltortuw , -by- -Rob -
ert L Aldrldge, of Bagmaw, Mien., wno
has been commissioned for the purpose
by H. W. Beldlng, the iniperlal secre
tary. The temple Will have between 225
and 230 membejrs, and has chosen the fol
lowing officers: C. H. Fox, "Venerable
sheik; J. R. TomUnaon. royal vjaler; J.
H. Olsen, grand emir; E. J.; Jaeger, ma
ll ldl; John M. Mann, secretary;- C. T.
Roberts, treasurer; C. Bittersptcher, sa
trap: Carl Brandes, sahib; John Annan,
imperial nawab. The meeting will end
with a banquet at Kruse's restaurant, at
which 250'Pythlans will sit down. Judge
William M. Cake being the tosstmaater.
The grand temple, Rathbone Sisters o!
Oregon, Is holding Its tenth annual-session
at Artisan's Hall. Yesterday the
grand temple degree "was conferred upon
24 past chiefs, making an attendance of
M. - , - -
Last evenlhg they .gave a banquet at
the Auditorium at tha close of their ses
sion. -BntTHDArfARTYr-
A very pleasant Irthday party waa ten
dered last night to Walter Sundt, at his
home, 228 East Water atreet, the occasion
being his twentieth birthday .About $0
guests wa psesent and enjoyed a de
lightful evening. Singing, piano playing,
games anu sUctlons4n the grapbophonea
were the order of . the evening. The
gusaU remained until about 12: a. m.
On .the safealde In buying hats,
rt matters not -what the price, you'r
lookout should be that the, value
is there. It you wouM be assured
of the highest value fi i your money
buy your hats of us.
In stiff and soft shap. s are superior
to much hlgher-prlcei! hats at other
Ptors. The sbape, nilor. style, lit
unil iroK)ition is just what you'd
expect In a lilgher-pi i' td hat.
"Saccoth" Commences This Even
ingServices in the Synagogs.
The Jewish festival "Succoth," or Feast
of Talerntt:MfSy "Commences this w&rtinai
and Insts for eight days. The. first two
and last two days are held sacred, the
Jews attending divine worship on those
days. The four middle days held aa half
holiduys, labor being permitted on these
The holiday is In commemoration of the
time when, the Israelites were obliged to
dwell In Sooths in, 'crossing the wilder
ness. It also commemorates the time
when the harvest was gathered up In
Palestine. MioKW'the pious Jews, even
at this time, build Small booths in their
yards. here the-take their meals and
say appropriate prayers, to remind them
of their ancestors, who lived in booths,
their temoprary- quartres, while crossing
the wilderness, ea has been said before.
Services In the various synagogues will
be held as follows: Temple Beth Israel,
this evening at S o'clock, tomorrow even
ing at to. Dr. AVise will deliver a sermon
during the mornins exercises. At Con
gregation Nevah Zedeck Talmud Thora
and Ohave Sholom services will com
mence this and tomorrow evening at B
U'doekf - .Thwwtey - andiiday-'mornhigs
at 8:30 o'clork. All are welcome.
At Cordrsy's Next .Week. .
If the Democratic party In Its. seach
for "harmony" finally succeeds In obtain
ing more of that article than" It really
needs, the Iowa Republicans would b
glad to secure all it has! to spare. Boston
Herald. ' ..-.. : v
Bu(i! Pendleton
Orders Out to Entirely Abandon
Coal-Burning Locomotives
on theSystem.
Orders have been issued by the" head
office- df the Southern Pacific at Ban
Francisco for the conversion of "all the
locomotives on all the divisions into oil
burners ' as soon as possible. Coal will
be abandoned absolutely, and within a
year the Southern Pacific will .-be on an
oil basis solely.
The Oakland division, generally known
as the 'Western, is in the lead in the
r umber of oil-burning engines. The Sac
ramento division comes next and the Lbs
Angeles division third. All of the divis
ions are using ofl for' about one-third
of the traffic at the present time.
The Oakland division now has 63 oil
burning engines. There remain 83 yet
to be converted. During the month of
September the oil-burners on the West
ern division traveled approximately 200,
000 miles, while the coal-burning engines
passed over 306,752 miles of track.
$1,000,000 SAVED ANNUALLY.
On an average, 1000 gallons, or 24 bar
rels of oil are required for every 100 miles,
as compared to five tons of coal. The
saving on every 100 miles by using oil
la from $16 to $20. The company has ex
pended upward of $5,000,000 for ol.
The profit on oil is lessened, because
when oil was first introduced as a fuel
he' corporation entered into contracts at
25 and 50 cents a barrel.' Since then oil
has fallen to as low as 20 cents.
Notwithstanding this, ' the enormous
saving is sufficient almost at present
to provide $1,000,000 in dividends an
Confident New Great Northern Road
Will Be a Success. .
Advices received at the local office
of the Great Northern state the engineers
in the service of the road have satis
fied themselves that no Insurmountable
obstacles will be encountered In the.
building of a railroad across the Cas
cade rahge From the Eastern slope the
ascent to the summit by the route ex
amined to gradual. Two different natural'
passes- at ptrtntsVaTylrig' Tfbm '40"'to 60
miles southeast, of the main line of the
Canadian Pacific are available.
The descent from the summit to, the
Pacific Slope through either is more ab
rupt than on the Princeton side, but the
engineering difficulties are not regarded
a?e parcularly serious.. One the- Frailer
River Valley is reached there 1s a level
stretch ot country all thejway to tide
Present State of Honey Market
Compels S. P. to Pot It Off.
As a result of the -present uncertain
monetary conditions the proposed $100,-'
000,000 bond issue of the Southern Pacific
has b a indefinitely postponed, The jL.
nance ""committee have not as yet de
cided when to lay the subject before, the
Board of Directors, and It la expected
several months will elapse before ths
first batch of the bonds, to be authorised
under the mortgage, will be issued.
Interests associated with'- the Southern
Paclflo say the mortgage unit be most
carefully drawn up and that the bead
Music of King Dodo
On fate today at our Music Department Jilso $50 ceplet
of "In the Good Old Summer Time."
' Worth every cent of $2.00;
f gtorla; will not crock, split,
Ladles handles are pearl, princess, Dresden, horn and silver
mounted. Men's handles are fine horn, boxwood, lustrous
wood find Congol all silver mounted.
October Blanket Sale
Bargains In gray and white Blankets
Special attractions In cotton and down Comforts
will be issued under the most stringent
About $30,000,000 of the bonds will be
available for new rolling stock and other
additions, while a portion of the bonds
will be used to refund some of the hlfh
rate interest-bearing bonds of the com
pany aa they fall due.
With the necessary Improvements pro
vided tor in this manner, it ia the .Inten
tion of the managen of the .gouthsrn, pa
clflo to place the stock upon a dividend
basis. At Just what rate dividend dis
bursements will ba begun has not as yet
been definitely decided, but it is expected
it will be at either three or four per cent
per annum.
With the issuing of bonds for new prop
erty it is not the intention of the man
agement to reduce lta strictly .mainten
ance expenditures. They will continue to
be most liberal.
GRDENCASTLB, Ind., Oct. 15.-Final
preparations have been completed to en
tertain incomfortable style the Indiana
Federation of Women's Clubs, which will
meet in annual convention here tomor
row, under conditions perhaps more fav
orable for a successful meeting than ever
before in the history of the organisation.
The local clubs are especially atrong, and
on them will Involve the work of enter:
talnlng the visitors. Their efforts have
proven so successful that every visitor
will be entertained at a private house and
will, therefore, be at no expense while in
firMnraatle. The meeting undoubtedly
will b the largest in point of attendance
of any yet held In Indiana. Women's
clubs of all kinds will be represented and
in addition thera will be many women
famous In literary and educational worn
from other states. The first session will
be held tomorrow morning and will be In
the nature of a -welcoming demonstra
Th Meier k Frank Co. has purchased
the three-story brick building now occu
pied by the United Carriage Co. at Sev
enth and Taylor streets. The price Is
said to have been 36,000. At present the
buildlnsr will be used aa a stable ior xne
delivery wagons of the firm.
John Matthelsen, proprietor or itnein
fals Hotel, lately purchased the quarter
block on the southwest corner of Front
and-Madison streets for, $25,000. There
art '" two tmd' Weir buildings' xn the
block which will be used as an annex w
the hotel.
But we can be well-dressed. The highest point of style and at
tractiveness is reached by our
Madras and Percale Shirts
bellishes it with one of our rich-grade cravats is well-dressed.
"As "practiced in "this office
is of the ind that does
not even suggest pain.
Our operator
ful, gentle and very con-
4f t
roughness, no indiffer
ence to your feelings, at
this office.
. WISE BROS., Dentists
208. 80S, 810, 212. 218 Falling Bulldtn
eor. Thira ndWMhliigte tree.
aim S.:
made of twilled mercerized
tear, or give out In the frame.
...Special $1.73
Two of Them Desert From the
It has Just been learned that the big
steamship Poplar Branch, which arrived
In Portland Monday, lost two of her
Chinese crew while the vessel waa lying
at San Francisco. If they are not locat
ed, the owner will be out $1000, aa tboy
are under $500 bonds to return each
Chinaman on board to his native land.
The chances seem to be very slim that
the escaped Celestials will ever be
found. There are several thousand peo
ple In San Francisco who closely re
semble them, and the owners will no
doubt lose $1000 on the proposition.
Custom house officials are kept busy
watching them while la this port., Two
vessels are now here having Chinese
crews, the Poplar Branch, and the In
drasahma. They would not overlook the
least opportunity to make a., breast , for
liberty, and according to one of the of
ficers, if they once got started In good
shape they would succeed in making
their escape. Hevfcays:
"I saw a sample of what a Chinese
sailor can do today. The Indrasamha
has about half a dozen chickens aboard.
One of them flew down into the river and
began swimming around like a duck. tU
Chinaman watched It a moment, and
then threw a rope over the aide of tbe
ship. He grasped the hempen cord and
went down it so fast that I could hardly
see him. Only a few seconds had elapsed
when he returned to the deck with the
dripping chicken under his arm, If that
Chinaman should plan to escape and get
his lightning move on. he would be able
to elude the vigilance of an entire regi
ment of soldiers. All -of them require
constant watching, but more particularly
at nights.
"Changing- the subject, these chickens
running loose on the Indrasamha are ths
most peculiar fowls I ever saw. I JihreW
them a handful of wheat a short time
ago. and they didn't know what It was.
Evidently their Chinese Instinct , tells
them that nqthlng but rice Is good di
gestible food."
The Jourtisf, dally, eight to 80 page.;
newspaper, only $4 a year by mailt six
irnths, 92.
263 Washington Street,
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