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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14. 1904.
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Mrs. Clemence Morse, heroine of the moat complicated marriage puzzle
ever known in the New York courts. First she was Mrs. Charles F.
Dodge. Then she became Mrs. Charles W. Morse, wife of the ice king
and millionaire banker. Next the two men claimed to be her husbands
and in consequence she waa referred to as Mrs. Charles Dodge-Morse,
the Christian names of the two men being the same. Now she is again
Mrs. Charles W. Morse. The appellate division of the supreme court
declared her so.
Purpose It to Increase Income of
City and Prevent Deficit
TAXES NOT SUFFICIENT
TO PAY THE CITY'S WAY
Bayley Chapter Royal Arch
Masons Elects Officers for
the Coming Year.
TO GET FAIR FOND
Vancouver Men Take Steps to
Have Special Law Passed by
State of Washington.
SHOW DETERMINATION TO
EXHIBIT IN PORTLAND
(Special rlpntrh to Tta Journal I
Albany. Dec'li. The city council last
evening passed an ordinance Increasing
th saloon license from $400 to $500. to
Increase the revenue of the city. Taxes
at present do not par running expenses
ana interest on me city s Donaea' aeot.
Bayley chapter. No. 5. Royal Arch
Masons, elected these officers at last
night's session: F. J. Miller, high prleat
J. W. Cttslck. king; T. J. Butler, scribe
O. O. Rawltngs, captain of the hoat
t. P. Mason, principal sojourner; A. B
Weatherford. royal arch captain; K. W
Langdon. treasurer; F. B. Allen, secre
tary; W. E. Baker, sentinel; L. C Mar
Shall, trustee; Otto Sehultz. grand mas
ter of the first veil; Edwin Tucker
grand master of the second vail; W. C
Hawk, grand master of the third veil.
(Kpeelat Dlapatch to The Journal i
Independence. Or., Or., Dec. 14. It has
been announced by the Independence
Lumbering company that It has secured
the old Prearott & Vanos.i sawmill site.
and will place In the large building
thus secured a mill of 35,000 foot dally
Preferred Stock Oaaaed Oocaa.
Allen & Lewis' Best Brand.
"THE PAINLESS DENTIST.
A Christmas Smile
I baas spent a great mnnr thousand
dollara In furuiablng and eqiilppl&t air
office with all tba modern tools and In
strument a for doing the work in tbe beat
manner posalbls. I bare tbe largeat
practice of say riVntl.t la tbe atate
'bating done many thousand dollara
worth of bualnaaa In tba yoera I hare
been engaged la tba bnalneaa), and ran
abow mors nam (en mj book) of tba
rteta sad Influential people of Portland
than an ether dentl.t
It. Tln( the adraatage of better
tblr.r. to work wltb, and hartng mora
areettee. baytag my material la large
gaaatltlea, pajfnc caah for It. and do
fag strictly a eaak baetntea, I raa
tire ron better work than yon ran
tt elaewhere for lees mossy.
We do all klnaa of porcelain and geld
work. We are prepared to de ant ef the
nner elessee ef work, and de It la Bush
a manner tbat It will be superior to any
work dose elaewhere.
Of Sea Hears S a. m. to I a. . atreae
Sags T:fl to : e'eleek. Sundays
Dr. B.l. Wright's
SajU WASHINOTON ST., COB TTH.
news Main lilt.
eftse St.ualoff Mag., Salem. Or.
Commercial Club Will Raise
Subscription to Be Added to
Any State Appropriation.
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Vancouver, Wash.. Dec 14. An open
meeting of the Vancouver Commercial
club was held last evening In the Hotel
Columbia, for the purpose of tatting
up the matter of a Clarke county exhibit
at the LeiIs and Clark fair.
It waa unanimously decided that this
city and county must have proper rep
resentation at the coming exposition,
but under the preaent state laws of
Washington, should the county com
mlaaloners vote a sum from any fund
for such purpose, s.ny one not In favor
of such expenditure may enjoin the com
missioners upon auch action.
A resolution of the Commercial club
was therefore. passed directing Its presi
dent. E. Q. Crawford, to appoint a com
mittee of five men who aball have 'the
backing of the club In an endeavor to
get an appropriate special law through
the next aeaalon of the legislature.
Under the supervision of the eltib,
subscriptions sre alao to be taken, to
be uaed In conjunction with whatever
appropriation may be obtained.
The rest of the evening seaslon waa
devoted to civic Improvement discus
sions. Before s general eourt-mArtlal con
vened st Camp Skagway, Alaska, Pri
vate James O. Reynolds, hospital corps,
has been found guilty of fraudulent en
listment and sentenced to be dishonor
ably discharged from the army
Private Perry E. weynworth, Sd
coaat artillery, having been tried before
a general court-martial at Vancouver
Pnrra. ks.waa found guilty of deaertloo.
and sentenned to be dlahonorabty dla
cnarged. forfaiting all pay and allow
ances, and to be confined at hard labor
for a period of II months.
Sergeant Wallace of company I, left
today for a two-month's visit In Toledo,
Hebron Encampment No. IT, I. O. O.
F . will give work In ths Royal Purple
degree tomorrow evening, after which
a banquet la to be spread In honor of
several members of the. order who go
to the Philippines with the Nineteenth
PEOPLES' TICKET NAMED
IN MASS CONVENTION
(Special Dtapatch to Tbe Journal.)
Aahland. Or.. Dec. 14. The people's
ticket nominated In a large mass con
vention laat night the following ticket:
Mayor. ex-Representative E. B. Brlggs;
recorder, Milton Berry; treasurer, c. H.
Thomas; councilman First ward. O. O.
Helman; Second ward, C. A. Ellaaon.
Third ward, Frank W. Moore.
This ticket Is In opposition to a cltl-
sena' ticket made up of H. 8. Evans,
who atanda for re-election aa mayor; S.
H. Holt, recorder: Ie. I. Mullt. treasurer
councllmen Flrat ward, J. X. Van Bant;
Second ward, D. A. Applegate; Tbtrd
ward. W. N. Orubb. The masa conven
tion also adopted a platform as to sewer.
tax and liquor issues, which are acute
questions, and the campaign promises
to be a lively one.
HER FIRE APPARATUS
(Special Dtapateh to Tbe Journal i
Eugene, Or.. Dee. 14. The city council
leat night ordered the purchase ef an
additional hoae cart and E00 feet of hose
be uaed by the local volunteer fire
With this additional equipment the
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"IB" HOUSANDS upon thousands of desirable
I gifts everything for home furnishings
VI and personal wear. Five big double floors
completely filled with Just the things to
make many hearts glad on Christmas morning.
Buy Christmas gifts here your liberality to
relatives and friends need not strain your purse
our credit prices are as low as cash prices else
where, and we'll arrange terms to suit your con
venience. If your credit's good anywhere It's good rere"
A Christmas Talk !
Makes a .most attractive Christmas gift. It has every qualifica
tion a gift should have, being beautiful, most desirable and always
useful and acceptable. No retail store offers as many beautiful
and attractive articles from which to choose aa ours does. Our
warerooms are filled with a limitless assortment from which to
Probably your husband would enjoy a comfortable Couch, Chair
or Rocker, a Shaving Stand, an Autovalet, a Cellarette. We
have them at all prics
If you Sre St a loss what to give your wife, we can help you with
our suggestions. She would certainly be delighted with Toilet
or Sewing Table, a Cheval Mirror, a Parlor, China or Muaic
Cabinet, a- Fancy Chah or Rocker for the parlor, a Hall Glass
and Settee, a Box Couch, a Lady's Desk, a Brass Bed and a pair
of Pine Mattresses, or any of numberless articles that we can
Do Not Wait to Buy
Until the last few days before Christmas, when our store will
be crowded and assortments picked over. Buy now, make your
selections leisurely ; we will deliver your purchase when you
Library Tables, $5 to $30.
Corner Chairs, $2.50 to $25.
Chiffoniers, $4.50 to $50.
Parlor Cabinets, $10 to $50.
Fancy Tables, $1.50 to $25.
China Closets, $13.50 to $125.
Brass Beds, $8.50 to $75.
Rockers, $1.50 to $25.
Morris Chairs, $8.50 to $25.
Turkish Chairs, $25 to $50.
Pedestals, $1.75 to $10.
Bric-a-Brac. $1 to $25.
Hall Racks, $4.50 to $75.
Tabourettes, 50c to $4,50.
Gold Chairs, $2.50 to $25.
Music Cabinets, $5 to $75.
Ladies' Desks, $5 to $35.
Sideboards, $10 to $200.
Bookcases, $10 to $75.
Couches, $5 to $65.
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From $75 to as low as $15
From $75 to as low as $30
Buy Now Pay
If not convenient to make
a cash payment we will ar
range to let you have the
goods without it.
Yotxr Credit la aa
Good aa Gold
If you want any article or
articles in our line, don't hes
itate a moment about coming
in. We guarantee satisfac
consist of five hoee carta, one chemical
engine and one hook and ladder truck.
No steam engines are needed here, as
the preesure In the mains of the city
water worka la great enough to supply
sufficient water for any fire.
(Special Dlapatch to Tba Joaraal.)
Eugene, Or., Dec 14. Mrs. J. L Ellis,
aged l years, died at her home In Eu
gene Monday evening after a Ave days'
Illness of pneumonia. She leaves a hus
band, four sons and two daughters, the
family having come here from North
Dakota two years ago.
(Special Wapatcb to Te Joerea! )
Eugene, Or., Dec. 14. Mrs. It Ryan
died at her home In the Franklin neigh
borhood. It miles northwest of Eugens,
Saturday from paralysis. She waa 78
years old .and lived with her son. She
had resided In Lane county about 12
To Cure a Cold In Oaa amy.
Tate Uaatlra Broaao Quiets Tableta AB
Sragglata refund tba aaoaar If It falls ta cor.
B. it. Oram's algaatar oa eaeb eat. Ste.
(Special Dtapatcb to Tba Jaatraal.t
Eugene, Or., Dec. 14. Mrs. J. H.
Blswett. aged SI years, died In Eugene,
and the funeral was held yesterday.
She came here from Bloui Fa II a. 8. D . In
eeptember. 10I. and leaves three daugh
ters and one son.
Useful Fur Remembrances
In Seal. Mink, Beaver, Astrakhan. Rus
sian Sable, etc.; also Muffs, Boas and
Stolee In endless variety. Things that
are useful and always appreciated more
'than mere gewgaws that pleaae only for
a few days and are then cast aside.
MEN'S COATS. Caps and Cloves
Hndeome Ruga and Robes made from
the aelected aklns-'of wild animal a
Send for catalogue,
Store open Satur-
H. LIEBES & CO.!
EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURING FURRIERS
26S Morrison Street, Portland J. P. Plagemann, Manager
A Beautiful Doll
For a Xmas Present
Portland, Oregon, November 29, 1004,
The Portland Flouring Mills Co., City:
i Gentlemen I am very glad to acknowledge receipt
today of a doll, valued at $2.00, given in return for a set
of nine of your Magic Pictures.
You have fulfilled your promise very promptly snd
Grocer. J. C. PORTER.
Others Can Do the Same by
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