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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SATURDAY BVBNINO, NOVEMBER If H
Session Held in Albany
and Officers Elected
cans Give a Tea and Wood
men of World Local Camp
to Give Smoker.
tBpoHal Dispatch In The Journal )
ny. Nov. 12. The district ronven-
of tlie I -ad I eg of the Maccabec s
ta sHSlon In thin city yesterday
.n and laat evening. Mm. Nellie
mbeon. of Portland, state com-
ar, was In attendance, aa wall aa
R. T. Smith, of Salem, deputy stale
nder Eleven hlvaa were repre
by dele Kates. During; the-after-
ttiesn offlcara were elected:
at lady commander. Mn. w. w.
1, of Albany: 'lady commander.
Ifaa-ale 8tettfr. of Albany; Hau
nt commander. Mm. W. C. Hawk, of
fwon: chaplain. Mrs. Ida Mara man,
banon; record keeper. Mlsa R. T.
h. of Salem: finance keeper. Mra.
h Rarr. of Salem; mlatraaa at arma,
Mary Tilers, of Corvallla: sergeant.
Arlea Oulmett. of Uuttevtlle; sen-
, Mra. Abbott, of 8clo; picket. Mra.
Bonateel. of atayton.
the evening session the Albany
Initiated several candidates and
Laimbaon delivered an addreaa. ex
ilic recent legislation for the order
detailing the condition In the sev
hlvea In the state. After the night
lng a banquet was aerved to the
A aabekah Tea.
Harry Harnlah. of Manila.'
la In thla city visiting her parenta.
and Mra. H. Barna. waa yeatarday
rnoon the gueat of honor at a tea
In her honor by the paat grands
BuWah Lodge. No BS. I. O. O. F.. of
eltv. Mra. Harnlah wtll leave in
days for Han Francisco yn ner
back to Manila.
A Woodman Smoker.
local camp of the Woodmen of
World will open tha winter's mem-
hlp campaign for the Willamette
If on Friday evening wun a Dig
r. Head Manager w. nawiey.
Salem, who waa choeen head conau!
the executive committee for the cam-
will be In attendance, and Mean
r C. V. Coejoei1. of Portland,- paat
consuls will apeak. The head camp
a gold medal to be given to the
ibera bringing In the largeet num
f appllcatlnna during the campaign,
jonster Initiation la aet for Feb
IRGLARS UNABLE TO
OPEN DOOR OF SAFE
("portal Dlapatoh ta Tke Journal)
alia. Wah.. Nor. It. The outer
of the safe In the poatofflee here
blown off with nitroglycerin laat
Ht but nothing of value waa secured.
art Howie, a restaurant keeper next
waa arouaed and when he went t
. doors, both back and front, be found j
war guarded. He being unarmed
to watch tha proceedings out of
-window. . The burglars seemed to
re some difficulty and it waa nearly
flight before the flrst explosion. They
thT could not make a success or it-
1 escaped in tbs darkness. There Is CO
ue except the supposition tnat one or
robbers waa Drake, an old offender,
baa served one year in the penlten-
at Waits Walla. It waa so dark
at Howls can give no description.
. HIS BORROWED "V"
(Special IMapat.b to Tbs Journal.)
Seattle. Wash.. Nov. 12. Early laat
sing James N. Thomas waa nearlng
home at (17 Minor avenue. In the
rt of the residence district, when
men stepped in front of him and.
th a revolver pointed at his head.
him of 14.'..
night befora Jamas Murray
out of his lodging-house on
Ith avenue and borrowed It from a
ad two doors away, to pay a bill.
at as he was entering his own home
the money a man stepped up and.
ling a revolver at hla head, forced
borrower to give up hla gold piece.
A woman waa held up on Sixth avenut
rth last night-
:R FIRST BANQUET
ENDS IN HER ARREST
(Special Dispatch to The Journal )
kttle. Waah.. Nov. 12. Mlsa Oeor-
'Oriswold. the daughter of respect-
parent residing at 18104 Terry
sue. la locked up at police head-
tars on complaint of the Vancouver
C. police, charging her with stealing
Ml In money and a 1150 diamond ring
the landlady with whom ahe was
lng while spending a vacation in
Canadian town. She admitted tak-
the money and ring, giving as an ex-
that she was drunk at the time of
theft. She says that In her house
are she waa boarding ahe attended
first banquet and drank more wlue
waa good for her.
(Special Dispatch to Th Journal.)
Tacoma, Nov. 1 2. The French ahlp
ilral Oacllle. with which the steamer
Bttnomah collided during the fog, has
libeled for 11.000. The Multno-
offlcara declare the Admiral Ce
ra fog belt waa not ringing at tha
ar the accident occurred.
DeUgatfolly fragrant. Cooing to
The OSinrWAX. rcan'dy that "Mile the DereTorT wer-n "
GOING-1 GOING- ! GONE!!!
wu San IV
A MAN'S WIF
tta the daty ef sssm wives te patch
re.raaa it aaowa tai as iusi
lrwas aeglertea. Svery wife ekeeM
la taspstfef te ahe faaatlr. heeaase
MURDER OF AGED
WOMAN A MYSTERY
Coroner's Investigation Into
Death of Mrs. Brown Brings
ROOM AND BODY SHOW
SIGNS OF A STRUGGLE
Four Weeks Have Elapsed Add
to Difficulty of Capturing
(Special Dispatch to The Journal
Oregon City. Or.. Nov. 12. Coroner
Holman returned laat night from
Molalla. where lie bald an Inquest yes
terday on tha body of Johanna Masaon
Brown, who was found dead by har hus
band. Patar Brown, Thursday night,
after hla return home from an absence
of nearly three months. Tha Inquest
showed that the woman had bean dead
four weeks, and tha verdict of tha Jury
"We, the Jury, find that Johanna
Masson Brown came to her death by
violent means, with criminal intent, at
tha hands of .person or persona unknown
to tha Jury." ,
Probably tha assassins of the un
fortunate woman will never be known.
The body waa lying near tba kitchen
atova when found, and there were plecea
of burned clothing near by. Indicating
that an attempt had been saada to cover
up the crime by burning the house and
Ita contents The body was In an ad
vanced stage of decomposition, and- tha
features had been gnawed by vermin
and were unrecognisable.
The theory of tha coroner la that Mra
Brown came to har daath while repelling
a criminal assault, and thla seems vary
plausible, aa tha clothing of the woman
war nearly all torn from her body, and
tha room bora unmistakable signs of
struggle. Everything waa In great dis
order, and there were blood stalna upon
the bad and about tha room.
Brown and bla wife were hard work
ing people, and It la believed that they
had accumulated considerable money by
their industry and thrift. Thla waa
thought to be a possible motive for the
murder, but Brown says that nothing
of value la mtaslng from tha house. The
couple had few acquaintances and no In
timate onea Their home waa In a se
cluded spot, snd the fsct that Mrs.
Brown's body remained undiscovered for
weeks Is explained by tha statement
that they had no vlaltora.
A special meeting of Warner-Orange
Is being held thla afternoon at New Era
for tha purpose of Initiating several
candidatea, who are dealroua of taking
all of tha four degrees which a subord
inate grange confers. In order that they
may take the fifth, alzth and seventh
degreea at tha National grange meeting
In Portland next weak. The seventh de
gree will be conferred at the meeting
of tha national grange next Saturday,
and the Pomona and state degreea will
be conferred prior to tha national grange
meeting Saturday In tha Marquam
Willamette Falls camp. Woodmen of
the World, held a regular meeting In Its
hall laat night Officers for the ensuing
term will be elected at the next meeting
of the camp.
A meeting of the vestrymen of St.
Paul's Episcopal- church was held laat
night and routine bualneas waa tran
sacted. The affairs of the church are In
good shape, and the number of com
munlcpSts Is steadily increasing.
The funeral of Annie Ellen McLarty.
who died Thursday evening at the home
of her parenta In Green point, took place
yesterday afternoon from the family
residence. The Interment was In Moun
tain View cemetery.
Funeral services over the body of ths
late Alfred Luelllng will be held tomor
row, morning In the First Presbyterian
church at 10:10 o'clock, Rav. Frank H.
Mlxsell officiating. The burial will be
under the ausploea of Multnomah lodge,
a F A a. M . of which lodge ha waa a
member. Tha Interment will be In
Mllwaukle cemetery. Tha body will
taken down In the hearse, and Multno
mah lodge, A F A A. M will be taken
down In a apeclal car.
Oregon City Lodge, Modern Woodmen
of America, met laat night In Willam
ette hall, and held a stag social. The
members present passed the time In
story-telling and "tha evening waa a
very enjoyable one. A spread was a
feature of the soalal.
Abble I. Russel waa granted a divorce
yeaterday from Charlea A. Russell, and
a divorce was alao granted to F. A. Mc
Carthy from Lena M. McCarthy. The
divorce ault of Elisabeth B. Carson
against J. O. Carson wss dismissed.
In the circuit court yeaterday the case
of O. L Barbur against Leland. Tenner
A Inland was tried by Jury. Thla Is a
suit for ejectment and cancellation of
a hop lease made In Hot for a period
of five yeara. and covering a 22-acre
yard near Woodburn. The plaintiff
charges the leaaees with failure to ful
fill the agreement as to the care and
cultivation of tha yard, and asks for
damares In the sum of tl.500, and the
cancellation of the leaaa.
At ths Chnrchss.
The pastor, Rev. E. 8. Bollinger, will
conduct the services at tha Congrega
tional church next Sunday. The morn
ing theme will be on "How Should We
Think About Conversion?" The even
ing sermon will be on "Expectation and
The sixtieth anniversary of the Con
gregational church will be celebrated
next week. There will be special aerv
Ices beginning with Tuesday evening.
A number of the Congregational clergy
men of the atate have promised to be
present and take part Jn these services.
Tha Rav. P. 8 Knight, one of the flrst
pastors of the c Lurch, will presch the
anniversary sermon on Sunday, isovem
The Saturday club of the Congrega
tlnnal church will hold Its annual
Thanksgiving market, November 22, in
the lecture-room of the church. The
seals. Stops ltoalng Instantly.
Tee Lata far Slialilli,
a eeaugioaa disease, first
then after areata sr meaitha
dandruff appeara. fnllowad br llcklaa
ndraff appears, follow a4 br Itebli
asd falling hair Neware's Hei yUMa kills
tba farm and carse tvary ataara of thla
aweeae eaeeet rhrontr bsleiiaaa. Mai'ulssi
resulta fellow Its naa.
An osqnlsiu balr
IM CO.. Beat a. Mr Nlta . far t wash
at yaoinniT mum amors.
PRINCETON LOSES TO
THE BIG YALE ELEVEN
. Stanford Is favorite In tha bet- d
tins In the encounter with
. Berkeley today.
Finals In, leading football
d games thla afternoon:
d Pennsylvania is, t-arnaie in-
a Yala It. Princeton 0.
a. Results at tha end of tha first
Michigan 18. Chicago .
d Minnesota II. Wisconsin 0.
Northwestern 0, Illinois 0.
Harvard 11. Holy Cross I.
. Columbia 0, Cornell 0.
usual home-made delicacies will bo on
sale. Bala will bagin at 1 o'clock. Late
comers have often boon disappointed
heretofore. In connection with the
market the Ladles' Aid society will hold
a fair, at which a great variety of arti
cles, useful and ornamental, will be
shown. Thla fair will ba continued In
tha evening, during which refreshments
at a nominal price Will ba served. Mus
ical selections will ssslst to make the
evening delightful to all visitors and
St. Paul's KplscopBl church, rector
the Rav. P. K. Hammond, holy com
munion at I o'clock in the morning
Sunday school at II a. m.. and morning
prayer and sermon at 11 o'clock. Even
ing prayer and sermon at i o'clock.
Morning subject, "Vision and Duty."
Evening subject, "Life Eternal."
At the Methodist church the usual
services conducted by tha pastor. J. H
Wood. Morning subject. "The Parable
of tha Sowar." Tha evening service
will ba especially for men, though not
exciualvely so, snd the subject will be,
"Tha Solution of a Difficult Problem."
H A. MTtler" WTTI render the solo enti
tled 'The Star in the East."
Evangelical church aervlcea Sunday
school at 10 a. m. German preaching at
11 a. m. Toung People's society at t
p. m.. and rsvlval aervlce continued at I
p. m. W. H. Wsttlaufer, pastor.
Estimates of Rivers and Harbors
Submitted by Chief Engineer
of War Department.
FOR LOWER COLUMBIA
Many Improvements Contem
plated Which Will Cost Much '
Money in Oregon.
(Journal Special Service:)
Washington. Nov. 12. The chief engi
neer of the war department In hla an
nual report, made publio today, submits
the following estlmatea tor rlvera and
harbors to the next congress. For the
Columbia river the total la II. 847.000.
Tha principal points are tbe upper Co
lumbia and Snake rlvera, 110.000; Co
lumbia at Three-.Mile rapids (Dalles
Celllo canal). 1100,000; Canal at Cast
cades. 1100,000; Columbia between Van
couver and the mouth of the Willamette,
10,M0; Colombia and lower Willamette
below Portland. 1450,000; mouth of the
Columbia. 1771.000; CowtttS and Lewis
rivers. Washington, 11.000; Tacoma har
bor, 110.000; Grays harbor, 130.000;
inner Grays harbor. 125.000; Puget
sound and trlbutarlea. $30,000; Swlno
mlah slough, $6,000; Whatcom harbor.
$25,000; Pend d'Orellle and Okanogan
rlvera, 17.500; Wlllapa river, 11.000.
MAY SEE PORTLAND
FROM A.TALL TOWER
Plana are well under way for an ob
servation tower 100 feet high on Wil
lamette heights. It will contain sn elec
tric elevator, running to the roof, and
in all probability a stopping place
about half way up where light refresh
ments will be aold. On the roof there
will be a telescope, through which the
observer may view the city of Portland
and vicinity to advantage.
The project originated with an east
ern engineer named DuCamp. and he has
$3.000 hslf the amount necessary al
ready subscribed. The principal atock
holders are Fred H. Page, t. N. Flelsch
ner, Captain Brown and William Gor
don, all of Portland. The revenue will
come from a fee of ten cents for the
lift In the elevator and an extra dlmo
for a look through the teleacope. One
hundred feet added to the natural height
of the site will place the teleacope prac
tically 1.000 feet above the city.
UNION COUNTY COURT
(Special Dispatch to Tbs Journal.)
La Oranda, Or.. Nov. It. Tha Union
county court attended to the matter of
adjusting the assessments of ths rail
road companjfa property In Union coun
ty thla week. The company's side was
represented by J. W. Morrow, tax agent.
The final adjustment by the county
court placed the valuation at 11,600 a
mils, which la tha same aa all other
counties with the exception of Umatilla
county. Assessor Morton made the aa
sessmcnt 11.000 a mile. Laat year the
Elgin branch waa assessed at only
$3,500 a mile. In tha outcome the total
assessment Is $45,000 more than laat
(Special Dispatch to Tbe Joarasl.)
Hood River. Or., Nov. II The fire
and water committee of the city council
waa Instructed st laat night's meeting
of the city council to purchase a double
It-gallon chemical fire engine. Tbe en
gine will coat $1,100 A movement haa
already been started to organise a vol
unteer fire department.
FaMhfnl Dog's Death Watch.
From the London Express.
It was a dog's bark which drew tha
attention of a gentleman to the dead
body of Duncan Davie, farmer, wood
hall. Dumfrleshtre. yesterday.
Mr. Davie had gone out with the ani
mal to look over hla atock. and while
doing ao he was taken 111 and died, with
only the faithful dog aa wltnesa.
The dog guarded the dead body of his
master for hours.
Playing Mo Taworltee.
"But," urged the man who waa trying
to collect funds for the campaign, "don't
you rare which party wlna at thla elec
"No," said the trust magnate "Not a
cent. I have enemies In both of them.'
FIGHT IN COURT TO
Sheriff Word Is the Storm Center
in Case Before Judge
Ay IDEA OF LAWBREAKERS
Strong Legal Talent Will Seek
to Aid Nease in His
Impassioned argument was presented
before Presiding Judge George in the
circuit court thla morning for and
against the petition that a mandatory
Injunction lasue preventing Sheriff Word
from longer holding possession of tha
poolroom and saloon conducted at 111
Fourth street by the Warwick Commis
sion company. Attorney John M.
Oearln spoke for M. G. Nease, manager
of the establishment, while Sheriff
Word waa represented by Attorney
Henry K. McGinn.
Attorney Gearing excoriated the
sheriff for his actions. Ha declared that
Nease operated the poolroom under a
pity license, and that there Is nothing
In tha state law which can ba con
strued as against tha operation of a
"Sheriff Word is himself a law
breaker," declared tha lawyer. "He pre
sumes to go beyond hla function, which
Is. that Of enforcing the law aa he Amis
it. and sitting fn Judgment on whether
or not an act licensed by an official
body la or Is not In conflict with other
Quoting court decisions and referring
to the section of tha codea governing
gambling. No. 1144, ha declared that
poolrooms do not come under tha head
of gambling-houses, and that It Baa
been so held: - Ha laid grant stress on
a Mlnneaota case. In which tha supreme
court of that state held that ault and
arreat had been made on Improper
Considerable time tnf' devoted to at
tempting to show that an equity court
Is warranted In taking action at tola
time, where no plain or adequate remedy
la to be found at law, aa tbe business of
the complainant will be destroyed be
fore the suit In ejectment Is decided.
Sheriff Word's anawer, In which ha gave
a his reaaon for holding the property
that Neasa will again break the law If
permitted to reopen, waa vigorously at
tacked. Judge McGinn declared that tha sher
iff did not purpose to stand on techni
calities, but would squarely face the
laaue. Ha asserted that poolroom gam
bling is the worst form known, and gave
a long Hat of decisions to show that the
courts have held gambling exlata wher
ever money Is risked on the element of
chance His contention waa that pool
rooms are covered by the phrase "gam
bling by any other device," used In sec
As regards the Minnesota decision, he
maintained that It had been repudiated
by tha batter claaa of decisions fallow
ing. Even the Minnesota court, he add
ed, had been obliged to admit that the
arreat had been made under a wrong
aectlon, and that tha poolroom could
have bean, declared a eommon gaming
house, and as such a nuisance.
He based the action of the sheriff In
addition on section ISM of tha codes,
prescribing the punishment for snd dc
scribing what may be considered as nui
sances. Tha Warwick poolroom, ha de
clared, la a common gamlng-houae. and
aa such cornea under tha ban of the
Thla afternoon Judge McGinn will
continue hla argument and endeavor to
show that the sheriff acted within his
authority In closing the poolroom and
keeping it closed. Senator Simon may
also argue In behalf of Nease.
Jury Finds Him Guilty of Man
slaughter for Stabbing
Howard to Death.
QUARRELED OVER THE
OWNERSHIP OF A LAMP
Had Been Engaged in Logging
Together and Had Occupied
the Same Cabin.
(Special DIspetek to Ths Journal )
Eugene, Or., Nov. II. Charlea Allay
waa sentenced to five yeara In the peni
tentiary thla morning at 10 o'clock for
manslaughter, the Jury having returned
a verdict of guilty yesterdsy afternoon
at 4 o'clock.
Alley stabbed John N. Howard to
death during a fight over the possession
of a lamp and some household effects
October IT. Tha two men had been en
gaged in logging on Fall Creek. 10 mtlea
east of Eugene, occupying tha asms
Alley haa a wife and several children
The young men who waa killed by a
freight train at Goshen Wednesday
night has been Identified. His name
wtu Leonard and his home waa at
Bloomfleld. 111., where his parenta re
aide. The young man had two compan
lona. They were traveling through tha
country together beating their way on
the trains to California, where they
hoped to get work. They ware all In
Eugene Wednesday expecting to catch
the train that evening. Leonard alone
succeeded in boarding It. His friend
took tha next train and did not learn of
their companlon'a fate until the next
day. They returned to Eugene and told
the authorities where to address his pa
rents. They say that the young man
waa not a professional tramp but that
ha waa out of money and looking far
TO VISIT POkLTiHD.
(Speelal rHapatrb to Tbs J (tarsal )
Hlllsboro. Or.. Nov. II. Many mem
bora of tha various Wsshlngton county
granges will go to Portland to attend
the national grange, for the purpose of
taking the seventh degree. Fifteen will
go from Hlllsboro, 20 from Sherwood,
It from Forest Grove, 20 from Manning,
If from Mountalndale, 10 from Beaver
ton. 10 from Banks.
Woman of the House You're not one
of these labor agitators, are you?
Goodman Gnnrong (with hla mouth
full of plej .So. ma'am. I'm a raat agitator.
STUBBS TRIAL Y
ON AT VANCOUVER
Now Being Tried for Breach of
Military Discipline Has
CHARGE OF FRAUDULENT
ENLISTMENT THE NEXT
Private Hughes Is Convicted of
Breaking Into the Com
(Special Dispatch to Tbe Journal.)
Vancouver. Wash.. Nov. II W. H.
Abla of Monteaano arrived In Vancouver
yeaterday and will act aa aaaociate
counsel for Fredle R. Stubbs, In his
trial by a general court-martial at Van
The trial of Stubbs commenced Thur
day and will be concluded some day nsxt
week. Captain F. O. Lawton. Nineteenth
infantry, la acting as counse-ln-chlef,
and Abla as aasoc.late counsel, aa he de
fended the accused befora the auperlor
court of Pierce county, Washington.
Toung Stubbs waa triad and acquitted
by tha auperlor court of that county on
the charge of the murder of Private T.
C Vandlver. Both men belonged to the
same company and after they had a lit
tle quarrel Vandlver waa wounded with
a arun ahot from which he later dlod.
It waa brought out at tha trial of
Stubbs In tha Pierce county superior
court that Stubbs waa In his tent at the
time of tha shooting and tha gun waa
fired In an accidental manner, from
which Vandlver. who waa approaching
Stubbs' tent, waa wounded.
Private Stubba la now being tried for
a broach of military discipline under
tha ltd article of war, which offense
waa committed by tha same act. A sec
ond charge la also preferred agalnat
Private Stubba aa the result or testi
mony given at tha trial before the au
perlor court. Thla charge la fraudulent
enlistment. It having- been asserted be
fore tha trial court of Washington that
Stubba waa under 11 yeara of age
whereaa he stated he waa more than
11 yeara of age on enlisting.
The facta brought out befora the
court-martial will not be known untl)
after tha reviewing authority has pub
lished the findings of that irmunai.
Private George W. Hughes, Company
B. Nineteenth Infantry, haa bean con
victed by a general court-martial of
breaking Into the company storeroom
and attempting to force opaa a locker
belonging to one of the non-commia-sloned
officers. In which there wss sup
posed to be 1200. For this offense ha
haa been sentenced to three years- im
prisonment at bard labor at Alcatras
island. Hughes has a very bad reputa
tion In tha town of Vancouver. He was
employed, according to his testimony,
by nearly every saloon In Vancouver aa
bartender, holding hla position only' a
very short time at each.
It became Impossible for him to ob
tain a position of any kind, and being
constantly under surveillance of the
night police and finally ordered out of
town by them, he enlisted In the army.
He had been In the service only about
two months when he waa caught red
handed In forcing the storeroom and
locker Of tha non-commissioned offi
cer. Ha already had one prevloua con
viction by a summery court-martial
and this wss taken in consideration oy
the general court-martial In passing
sentence on him. although his reputation
aa a civilian waa not submitted to the
consideration of the court. In addition
to thla sentence he will receive a dis
honorable discharge, thereby disenfran
chtalng him as a voting cltlaen after hla
term of Imprisonment haa expired.
Bossy First Prise.
The Hlghblndera' mask ball to be
given on Wednesday evening, November
IS, will present many peculiar attrac
tlona. Among thaaa comas first. Bossy,
aa a door prise. While the cow will be
tha flrat prise, the arrangemetvta plan
ned by the committee in charge of tne
evening's entertainment will preclude a
possible bovine program. Several other
prixea are to be awarded, among which
silver and gold artlclea or rare neaury
and value will predominate.
At tha Churches.
At St. Luke's Episcopal church to
morrow the rector, Rev. William C.
Sheppard, will conduct aervlcea at the
usual hours, namely, at I ana 11 o cioca
In the morning, and at 7:30 o'clock in
the evening. The subject for the morn
ing sermon will bo "The Bpint or
Thanksgiving services will be held at
the St. Luke's church at 10 oclock on
Thanksgiving day by Chaplain Smith.
Nineteenth IT.. 8. Infantry.
At the Post hall tomorrow Chaplain
Smith will conduct hla Bible atudiea In
the morning at the usual hour. In the
evening, at 7:10 o'clock, he will deliver
an address on some popular theme.
Rev. O. 8. Barnum will preach at the
Presbyterian church tomorrow morning.
at 11 o'clock. Subject: "Come tj Into
the Mountain." He will also deliver an
addreaa at 7:10 o'clock In the evening
on the subject. "Nsaman and Ellsha."
Society of Chriatian Endeavor servloe
will be held at o'clock in tne evening
"Mr. Golden Gate."
aid the speaker "I
drink to yon to the
coffee that holds first
place at the breakfast
dinner and banqnet
rleehaaa so., with GOLDEN OATS
COrrEB bat a.tl.l.ctlo.. N.
I sad 8 lb. aresae-tlaht ties.
Neve aold 1st balk.
J. A. Folrfer & Co.
Th trtvaat wVtn ITava Arwrmwa
In use for over 80 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations snd Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
qufrfl nrf ran Experience against Experiment.
What Is GASTORIA
rkurftAwt la . havwenlsMUl substitute for Castor Ofls
gorlc. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Naxcouo
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fererishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
end Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy aad natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORI A ALWAYS
The Kind Ton Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
IT IS NATURAL
THAT ny progressive Dentist who has the
science interest in heart will surround him
self with all modern dental appliances. In
introducing our new appliance for getting perfect
plates we know positively and can prove that it
is one of the greatest inventions of the age. Never
before has such a device been used tending to per
fect fitting plates.
We are the exclusive owners of this wonderful
appliance and have aroused the jealousy of competi
tion. Slanderous, defaming and disparaging articles
have appeared over the name of our envious com
petitors. Wr- sincerely trust the public will investi
gate our new method and brand the defamer as a
"moss-back" one whose chief interest is in your
purse and not your mouth.
We shall pay no more attention to the "knockers,"
but go on demonstrating that the new appliance for
fitting teeth is all that we claim
SOB-313 railing- Bids;.. Cor. Third and
Wasolnrtoii Sts. Phone BSBSl SSSS.
Open Evenings till t. Sundays from.
I to 11.
aaaasaxaxaaaaa I SPRING and ELASTIC
r ,-3 TRUSSES
aByaxaaw" fu Cuarant9d. Pricmi $1.50 Up.
M aW Come and Consult Our Export.
Laue-Dnvis Drug Co.
O. OEE WO
The Qreat Chinese Doctor
la called great be
csnse his wonderful
eurea are so wall
tha United States
snd because ro msny
peoote are thankful
to him for saving
their live, from
H. treats any and
all dlssases with
powerful C h 1 n e a e
herbs, roots, buda
barks and vegetable.
. . Mtffd nn
known to m
science In thla oown-
" - . 1 .. th... harm.
lasr rewMiea. xnw ""y;"r," li
the action of over t0dlJ-" 7iw!2Uli
that ha bM succaafullr u'"
vousness stomsoh. llvar. "'dnays. rs-
t rouble ana an p;';-'-
rtl .. aawa him
'The c. qee wo Chinese
IS! Aider street, Portland. Or.
Larfail and Stoat Complete
Brewery u tha BTorthw.st.
Bottled Beer a Specialty
On Wo. 79.
13th aa l
Ronarht. Snd nratlela llM
has borne the atfsitatnre
- m 1 va
tonal supervision since Ms Infancy.
HUwnn nna tadsml von hi tola.
Dr. W. Norton Davis.
We treat saeeseafBtlr all private aarroes asd
ct.mnlr dims, of BMs. also blood, atossaea.
aeart. tlvtr. kldasy sad throat tnablsa. We
ear. BTPHILLIS (withont saerewy) te star
cored for. r. la so to SO days. We hsiih
TRIOTUbMC without oooratloa er sals, ta Is
w Ken dr.lns. fee remit of self .bass,
IncMrtlst.ly. W. ran rOTtore th. tesaal vtgei
ef say was seder SO br moans ef local Wee
Baast paenllar to eavtetves.
We Care Gonorrhoea In a Week
The doctors ef thla In.l1l.it. ase all gSJSjfcjS
irraduatps. aa. aad saw years call si lass a
Bare km knewa la Portland far It years,
aav a resctattna to maintain, aad will ..Sir
tsk no esss salces certala care eaa be ev
W. goaraatee te rare Is .very esse are sader
tak. or onarg. no tee. Carvaolta ttoa ft., tart
trrs confldVaHsl. Taetrertlv. BOOK FOR MSN
Bi.11.r1 froo In rial, wrannor.
If yea ran not oall at ofne.. write for
Homo traatmont seroessfst
a to n ad 7 to Saadaye aad
bandars. 10 te IS.
Ik Isadlag areola Mats In the Rerffcwsst.
Dr. W. Norton Davis & Co.
Ta Sor Mot.1. . r. Cor. Third and