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THE OREOON DAILY JOURNAL,
PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY . EVENING, DECEMBER 14, IK
Marqaais Grand... "Teas of the "D' Urbervtllee"
Columbia.. "The Prodlasl Daughter"
Ksislre "A little Outcast"
Oregon flour Is to follow th load of
Orocon wheat to the markets of Minne
apolis, Duluth, Chicago, St Louie and
other points east. The Northern Pacific
railway has made a cut of practically 7
cents a hundred, waking the rate 52
cents for the haul from eastern Oregon
and Washington to Chicago, Peoria and
St. i.ouia. Flour dealers of the north
west J quested the reduction, as there
was a shortage In the territory east of
the Rockies, and a heavy oriental de
mand was dlvortlng the product In the
A reception was tendered by members
or the local union to Martin P. Higglns,
president of the International Printing
t'ressmens union, last night. M. H.
hllnman acted as toastmaater. J. J.
Sharkey, president of the local union.
welcomed "Our Quest." President Hlg
gins responded. Other speakers were
irea M. Youngs. George M. Orton, W.
C. Harris, H. A. King. H. O. Kundret.
II. M. Mayer. & KJaer and W. s. Mo-
Saturday evening. December IT. the
University of Oregon Glee and Mandolin
clubs will give a concert la the high
school auditorium. The club this year
la admittedly the best In the history
of the university, and their appearance
In Portland promises to be an event
of more than passing Interest, for
among the membership are many for
mer Portland students. Tickets are
now selling at Woodard A Clarke's.
Martha Washington chapter No. 14.
order eastern Star, has elected the fol
lowing officers: Worthy matron. Mrs.
Adah H. Ball: worthy natron. A. O.
Sinks, associate matron. Miss Margaret
llowataon; secretary, Mre. Sarah B.
Ouerln: treasurer. Mrs. Maude V. Sinks;
conductress, Mrs. Minnie M. McGregor;
nssociate conductress. Mrs. Kulla C
Punning. Installation will take place In
Prohibitionists) won in Jackson county
where the vote of early December was
fontested In the courts When a contest
of the vote was decided upon by the
n. i uor dealers. E. S. J. McAllister, the
league attorney for the state, appeared
ngainat them and convinced the court
that there was no Irregularity in the
vote, and the judge took his view of th
Don't forget the great poultry show
Third and Taylor street next week. It
will be one of th best exhibitions the
Oregon Poultry asoclatlon ever held.
tin tries were never before so numerous
In all departments in both poultry and
pets and the location is so fine that
there ought to be a great attendance.
A soon as the Morrison-street bridge
i s open ror trariic tne Portland Consoli
dated Railway company will place lights
it West avenue. Pretty man and Hunter
stations, on the Mount Tabor line, on
condition that the residents will take
mre of the lights sad prevent their de-
l-TIH . .
The Oregon Water Power Railway
mpany needs a double track from the
Mllwaukle road south of Holgate-street
crossing for the safe and speedy opera
tion of Its ears. Petitions and remon
strances are being circulated by real
dents of the neighborhood.
The Oregon military cods has been re
vised by an advisory board, and ths new
bill will be presented to the legislature
ror adoption, rue cnanges are small
relating chiefly to the duties of officers
and were made at the request of the war
The riggers' and shlp-llners' union last
night elected the following officers:
Alex Keegan, president; Charles Ducett,
vice-president; Henry Arndt, secretary:
Charles Delsney, treasurer. William
Bryden, guard: James Murphy, marshal.
Annls Rosencrants suss J. Rosen -f
rants for divorce and says that on
December 1 he violently abased her;
when their son. Eugene, aged 1 years.
attempted to protect her, he save Hie
boy a fearful beating.
Mllwaukle will be dry no longsr. The
town council last night granted a Port
land man a saloon license, O. J. Roberts
alone voting against it. Three addi
tional arc lights will be put in shortly.
A tslegram was received by Dr. J. W.
Rrnugher yesterday stating that his
mother had both her anna broken and
had sustained internal Injuries by a fall
In Oakland, Cel.
Woodward's Dancing Academy, Burk
hnrd's hall. Mon. and Thar. 10 lessons
IS. Spectators invited.
Nearly new piano for sale cheep: a
bargain; come quickly. 151 Stark.
Cabinets, $1.0$. Th waits, ims
I.. M. Brown of Burns, Or., is at the
E. 8. Barlow of Tacotne is in town
D. R. Norton is In from Hood River.
T. F Hurlburt, the Shanlko banker.
Is at the Perkins.
F. H. Kittle of Island City is here
on livestock business.
J. R Rush of Chehalls is a guest at
M. H. O rover of North Yakima is a
guest at the ror Hand.
W. n. Hum of Astoria la in town
A meeting of the Home Training as
sociation is held every Thursday at the
T. W. C. A. rooms, corner Sixth and
Oak streets, at 8 o'clock. This week the
subject is Methods In Obtaining Obe
dience In Children." A short paper on
the subject will be read by Mrs. Pelton
Reld. followed by a discussion. The
meetings are open to all women.
FUSmiMA DT OMXOAOO.
(Jesrasl Special Semes.)
Chicago, Dec. 14. Prince Fuahlma of
Jspan arrived from th east this morn
ing. He will be entertained her unto
Saturday, whan he will leave for th
(Jssrsel Special Stirlee.)
Berlin, Dec. 14. Emperor William
will start on his Mediterranean trip in
March, accompanied by th kalsertna.
It is said that both need a change of
Oe it, Thomas! Ton can't hit m too
SAID THE TRIAL
WOULD BE A FARCE
Attorney Lord Makes Very Se
rious Allegation Against
Police Judge Hogue.
DECLARES HE 8TATED
UNTRIED MAN WA8 GUILTY
Court Indignantly Denies Charge
and Lawyer Leaves His Client
Declaring that Police Judge Hogue
had given evidence of prejudice prevl
ous to trial, and that to appear In be
half of a prisoner as counsel would be
a "farce," Attorney Charles F. Lord
walked out of the courtroom this morn
lng and left his client undefended.
The casa of Ruth Delano, aged 10
years, arrested In a Chlnass opium dsn
on Pin street with Yo Hong early Bun
day morning by Sergeant Hogeboom
and Patrolman Endlcott, was called.
Attorney Lord appeared for the Chinese.
"Tour honor," stated the lawyer, "I
have the statements of several mem
bers of the bar and others that you have
conversed relative to this cas with po
lice officers and others, and have x
pressed the opinion that this Chinaman
Is guilty. That seems to be a regular
practice of this court. There Is no use
in proceeding with a trial In which th
court has already mad up Its mind.
"You are in error." warmly responded
Judge Hogue. "It la true I have talked
with the offlcera and others about th
case and that they may have expressed
an opinion' that the Chinaman is guilty,
but I have aever done so. There la noth
ing, in my mind, which will prevent me
from giving the man a fair trial."
"I have plenty of witnesses to your
expression of opinion." reiterated Attor
ney Lord. "I believe the court preju
diced. Under the circumstance I think
that any proceedings which might fol
low would be a farce, and yet I -do not
believe the matter can be heard by any
Judgs Hogue admitted that no other
court could hear the charge. He said
he was not prejudiced, but would be
perfectly willing for another Judge to
it In the case, were it possible.
"It would be a farce for you to sit,"
declared Attorney Lord. '
'Do not repeat that language," angrily
retorted the court
"Very weM; a repetition is unneces
sary," said the Irate - lawyer, as he
turned on his heel and walked out of
To Hong did not appear and his ball
of $20 was declared forfeited. During
the healing it developed that the girl,
whose true name was withheld, recently
arrived in the city and was Induced to
go to the opium den by a male acquaint
ance. While he and the proprietor of
the house went out for opium she was
locked in a room with the Chinese who
was arrested with her.
Learning this. Judge Hogue had the
girl held as a witness and Issued a
warrant for this man.
(Continued from Page One.)
th war have consented to divorce on
the understanding of remarriage should
they return. Their marriage law in
Russia refuses to recognise a widow as
such unless the death certificate of her
husband Is signed by the eye witnesses
of his death. The rabbis refuse to ac
cept the military returns where merely
th fact of death in battle or hbspltaL
is stated. As In the great battles many
hundreds are killed whose bodies are
not recovered, their widows. If they are
Jews, csnnot remarry. Their authorities
now ssnctlon ths temporary divorce.
LAWSON BEATS 'EM.
(Continued from Page One.)
point of the day at 63, a slump of nearly
12 from the previous day.
Atchison railway followed close In
the footsteps of the great copper com
bine and showed about the same heavy
fluctustlon on after selling. It closed
at 81 tt, a loss from the closing of the
previous day of ll.lltt.
Sugar Refining had a good upturn
early. It opened at 140. a rise of $1
from the previous day's closing. It
went but point higher before It re
celved a setback from the bearish st
tacks and closed at lS8tt. a decline of
Smalter Takes a Tali.
American Smelter, another of ths
stocks sttacked by Dawson, failed to
com up to th scratch at the opening
this morning, the first sals being at
71 tt. N point lower than 'the closing of
yesterday. It fell back gradually all
through ths session and closed at 77 tt.
showing a loss of $1. 76.
A severe slump? of 18 was shown In
Anaconda mining stock. It opened and
closed with but one sals at II. Rock
Island common opened a quarter lower
at 13, but became strong early and went
very easily 11 higher to 38. This was
its hle-h m irk of the dav. and before the
decline was stopped the market touched
tl, a loss of II from yesterday, and
I2.J5 from the high mark. The pre
ferred, however, was much weaker, and
showed a loss at the closs of $5.60.
St. Paul opened at 117. points
up from the former close. It touched
80 as the top, but reacted with th rest
of the list snd closed at llltt. a loss
of 87 tt cents.
Union Pacific common cloaexl $1 lower
at 107 after touching 109 during the
session. Leather common closed strong
snd unchanged at 11 tt. while the pre
ferred was 11.28 tt higher at 101 tt
Pacific Mall was another stock which
held Its own today and at the close
It was (0 cents higher at 41 tt- Vouls
vlile A Nashville seemed to bear a
charmed life today and wss not molested
by the general bear feeling. It closed
87 tt cents higher st 187 tt- New York
Central closed unchanged at 1.16V Peo
ple's Oas during th session showed a
rise cf 2$ cents.
The cable comes from London that
Dawson s ad has appeared In th news
papers of that city and created consid
erable furor In th stock market there.
The London market fell during the day
from a tt to 1 Pr cent.
Toward th close of th session today
I.ewson sent out the following message
'1 will bid It for puts on 10.00
shares of Amalgamated Copper stock
good this weak."
This created much excitement, as It
Is taken' to mean that Dawson proposes
to hammer the market down to or be
low that figure before fhe and of th
All This Week.
PwiUsaVi Fsverss Actress,
77T7. "A Dell's abase"
"Starts ef me Lowlands"
Kveslsg srleas II. TV. sue. 20c,
matinee price Tic. 00c. 2ftc, J5c
14th snd Washington. Phase Mala 111.
A. H. BALLARD. Lessee and Menage.
Ivory nlgkt this weak except Thursday, the
saperb Columbia Stock Company ta
las powerful o-act drama.
"The Prodigal Daughter"
The greet sensational horse-race scene.
80 people on stage 00
Klsratlng, absorbing, exciting, toe sweetest,
saddest story aver told,
renins prices Entire lowar floor. SOc.
uniform price, no eatra charts for logo circle;
baloony, 50c, SBe, 20c; gallery, lSe.
Matinee Entire lowar floor, 20e, no extra
chaise for hare circle; baloony, 20e, ISc; gal
Box office open-, all day at Dolly Tardea
candy Shoo, 8TT Morrison, iu a. m. nil l a a
rnone Mala no. aner I y. si. ai lueaier.
COLUMBIA THEATRE iJLUtVSSi,
Tourtaenth and Waahlsgtea Streets.
Thursday Night and Friday Ma Unas. December
lo ana 10.
Klaw A Erlaneer Dree
THOMAS Q. BEAMOOX Dl
eats now selling. Marquam Theatre lobby.
Prices, both matinee and night IX II. 00. 1,
300 75 Cent Seats
FOR SALE IV AUK EX.
OVID MUSI N
0HEAT BELGIAN VIOLINIST,
sad his ossapasy of artists.
Monday Evening, Dec. 19
First Baptist Church
PRICES tt. II. M. 11.00.
This wonderful virtuoso may never be heard
In Portland again. Don t miss the opportunity.
DIRECTION or ELMORE RIOT.
Seats for sale at Allen Gilbert Piano company.
Sale opens Thursday, December 10, at a. ax.
empire; theatre ""sl
Prices Ue, see. SBe sad 00c.
LAST PERFORM A NCR TONIGHT,
aV Carpenter's big scenic production!,
'A LITTLE OUTCAST"
Thursday, IrisAy and Saturday.
December II. 18 and IT.
Ssgslsr Matinee Saturday.
Ths Four-Act Comedy. Drama,
THE FATAL SCAR,"
naaTX JAMES The man whs sever areas
Prices e renins lie. Sac, ISc aad 00c. mat
lnee. 10c, lSe and 35c.
Seats can be ordered by telephone. Mala UT.
Sale of seats at theatre from 10 a. St.
until 10 p. m. dally.
THE GRAND THEATRE
Today aad Tonight.
A MATCHLESS PR00RAM.
to Headliners lo
The Sensation of the Century.
' Wonderful Bicyclists.
SMITH AXD CHESTER
Mich class operstlc duet Is ts.
O'BRIEN AND WEST
The con Teres tlonal fellow.
WILLS AND COLLINS
"A Day la Madrid."
Equilibrists and acrebsttc mareela.
Km. ALT BONNER
"Down at the Baby Show." Illustrated song.
.Feur great moving pictures.
Admission to any seat, lor; Box Seats. 23c
The Star Theatre
Oar. Park aad Washington.
The Best aad Host Fashionable
Vaudeville Tfcee.tr. ..-. . .
World's Oraatsst Das seas.
BIMM B0MM BRRR
a CLOSE HR0THERS 4
FIELDINO COMEDY FOUR
Shown 2 n to 4 so
m 7 ao to 1040 p. si.
rssirssl bos seats. SBe.
The Arcade Theatre
The Original Family Vendee Hie House.
RENNIE FAMILY t
ROLLINS AND WILSON.
DELL AND MONITOR
Shows 2:80 to 4 30 p. m . 7 SO to 10:10 p. i
Admission. 10c to say seat.
THE LYRIC THEATRE
Seventh asd Alder Streets. This Weak:
WHEELER WTXSOW TRIO.
EDDIE DI V0E.
I. W. WOOD.
THS V ATASOOPE.
Performance 1:80 to 4:80. T:S0 to 10:80 p.
m. Admission 10 easts so higher.
Third and Yamhill sts. Keating A Flood. Mgrs.
i.srgeey vsnoeTiiie House in .merics.
THE THREE BUXtUfH.
R. O. BALDWIN
BELL A THOMPSON
Admission inc. Performances 3 SO, 7:30, 1:30.
Sixth St.. Opp
Ci i goalas.
THIS WEEK'S PROGRAM
KENDALL AND THOMPSON,
DE SHIELDS. WIRE KIN'
Afternoons from S to 4:80. Bvenlnsa from 7
to 10:80. Sunders, eostlnsoes from 2 to 10:80.
Admission, 10 casta
CONCERT F.vkry MIOHT.
(Journal Sports 1 Sere lea.)
Berlin. Deo. 14. Th plenipotentiary
delegated by Emperor William to nego
tiate a commercial treaty with King
Menellk left the capital today en rout
to Abyssinia. Th envoy Is accompanied
by a guard of 18 men In addition to hi
personal staff. The. soldiers carry with
them their gorgeous parade uniforms
with culrarfses, lances, banners and other
paraphernalia calculated to duly impress
the Abyssinian monarch with the) Im
portance and dignity of tha Oerman em
pire. Th mission is expected to oooopy
several months. v
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The Store Noted for the Best tot4s M jmtA ftkn
Old Kriss Kringle
Is here in all his glory, combining
the useful, ornamental and play
things for Xmas in one grand
HERE ON XMAS TIME AS ALWAYS
AN ERA OP QUALITY Each year the demand for better
grades in all lines of merchandise manifests itself. More
and more do the people expect and require articles of gen
uine merit. In no line is this tendency so marked as in
ladies' ready-to-wear garments asd dress goods. That in a
measure accounts for the phenomenal success of the Mc Allen
& McDonnell stores. People understand and appreciate the
tact that Quality Counts. "The something for nothing" fellow
has been relegated to the rear. Nowadays the average cus
tomer is able to and does separate the chaff from the gram.
Our business is founded on quality. This method has stood
the test for many years.
VrrTP CJ On account of Morrison street bridge being closed to travel, we allow ROUND-TRIP
1 1 CAR FARE vIUsn city limits, on purchases of $1.00 or over. Please ask the clerk.
Critical buyers who have inspected all the different lines tall as that onr
nits have setter style, ara half r tailored asd worth considerably mora
than th salts usually shown.
These Suits fit small women, without al
teration, to perfection. The suits are
tailored and fashioned to th top make
of perfection, and can only be Judged
after you have een them. We bav
them for l.SO, SlSJe, CI A
$18.80, 14. f 13.90 and 9 I Jv
By express, Saturday, w received a
swell line of new suits in the new blue,
brown and blacks, sll elegantly tailored,
perfectly fitting garments. Bvery detail
In make perfect; three-quartered, tight
fitting coat. Slaes 84 to 42. in all ths
new colors of brown and ; c
new mixtures your choice W eaevw
Other for less nicer ones for mors.
Our pre sat
exhibit of far garments la the rlffaeet and
we havs eve offered. Th style sre sslsstsd from the
merle as models, aad ths quail lis are posriv:.
will sen no far piece at any price that will bring gp, .
to our method of doing basts SOS. W are showing Waa I
aad Scarfs from SSI to as small a price a "
.fUST THE THING
FOR XMAS GIFT
Imported by this house for our trade.
Imported Japanese Crepe in all the
fancy figures trimmed with Jspanese
Long Kimonos . $3.50
Short Kimonos . $2.25
AN ELEGANT LINE,
ALL SHADES AND
THE HIGHEST TAIL
ORED GARMENTS IN
Table Linen Sets
FOR XMAS GIFTS'
Dinner Cloth and dozen Napkins to match; sll hemmed and
ready for use, at the following special prices:
$15,00. $12.50, $10.30, $8.30, $7.50, $6.30,
$3.30 aad $3.00
aiohas aad p
meats so metropolitan In else
season's favorite fabrics'
slew York last month by our
Is no thing later shows la any
In all the West.
so roprooontsaVtlT ot bstt Bsyloo
New line of th vary latest. Just In by
expresa No mattsr where you go they
can't be duplicated, and If you want ths
cresm of quality and style buy here. We
can show you the best sssortment In all
new, this season's Coats to be seen In
th city. We have them at SSS 10,
A swell line of Short Jackets in tana,
blacks, castors. Prices about on half
whst othsrs aak Siaao, SMJO,
NEW RAINCOATS AND CRAV17-NETTB8.
Special for holidays
$17.80, $18.00. $13.80
Black Dress Goods
FOR XMAS GIFTS
46-inch Black Fancy Melrose; was $1.25, now 81.00
54-inch Momic Granite; was $1.75, now $1.00
54-inch Black Venetian ; was $1.5, now. $1.15
46-inch Black Roxdune; was $1.65, now $1.20
44-inch Black Eolin Tanuse; was $1.75, now $1.25
58-inch Black-Cheviot, sponged and shrunk ; $1.65, now $1.20
Colored Dress Goods
A USEFUL XMAS GIFT
The newest and swellest line of values and quality to be
found on the coast.
58-inch Zibeline, in brown, gray and blue ; were $1.75.
Special this week, per yard $1.10
60-inch Melton, for raincoats, separate skirts and suits, in
the new colorings; were $8. Special this week, per
54-inch Mixed Suitings, fine assortment of shades; were
$1.25. Special this week, per yard 89
50-inch Plaids, all new and up-to-date patterns, for waists,
suits and separate skirts, at per yard, 60c, 75c, $1
44-inch Mixed Suitings, a broken line that were 85c and
$1. Special, to close, per yard 68
New arrivals of Wool Waistings in up-to-date colorings,
both plain and fancy. Special this week, per yard BO
Christmas Gifts at Special Reduced Prices
FURS. GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, JACKETS. SILK
PETTICOATS, FINE TAILORED SUITS, SILK WAISTS.
SILK DRESS PATTERNS, LINEN DINNER SETS,
BLANKETS, EIDERDOWN QUILTS, ETC.
SILK MUFFLERS. TIES. SOCKS. UMBRELLAS. UN
DERWEAR. HANDKERCHIEFS IN SILK AND LINEN,
SWEATERS. SUSPENDERS. ETC.
' ' I S I
TAKE GRAND ENTRANCE RIGHT ON THE CORNER. OF TWRP AND