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1 THZ OREGON' DAILY J 3 URN At, PORTLAND. TIILT "5AV- EVENING.
Portland Young Man Selected by
y ; Coach - tanagan to Direct
STUMP STOTT MOVED V-
,- 1 "' -r eat run DneiTiftM
i w nil kii f i ww. .w.w
Cardinid Rooters Are Green Surprise
., but Majority . Think tha Change
". wm B Beneficial rBoth' Players
Vt HaO From Portland. ;
tfwHi Bmelat Berrleti .
. Stanford University? Oct. . In 11
'. task, of turning out a winning" varalty
eleven. Coach Lanagan has Just ""
; on of thm (Moiei tMui na.
. annual, not urexrcted,. causes tn coi
' lege to lt up.and take notJc. This
chang is In moving of "Stump" Stott.
last year's -varsity quarter-back, te the
left end of -the line, ea in immg up
of the vacancy with Kenny Fenton. the
diminutive Quarter, whose generalship
and quickness won Jast year's freahmao
gam from a superior California eleren.
i amtf himself la a'ouarter-back of first-
1 class ability, and the change Is, there
. fore, all the mora startling - - -'
It la very unusual for a fine rarslty
o.uartrto find his ultimate resting
place on the scrimmage line, but In the
present instance-the experiment is al
' tmnmt nttrtaln to be permanent, and it
"will tend tn more ways thsn on to
strengthen the cardinal team... It will
give Stanford a faster working quarter
back. -, a sure drop kicker and a good
punter, and will place at the end, one
of Stanford's weak spots, a man who, haa
In the past played a fine game In that
position. .!' i --.'-i.:ti-f i- '
t "Stump"f StotlT who now goes out te
left end, cornea from Portland, which
has given Stanford several of her great
wt football players, notable among these
being -Chet Murphy, lightning quarter
and erckerjack punter of weveral yeara
ago. and Aleck Chalmers, captain of tbla
year's eleren, who as right half on the
10I and 1004 'varsltlea haa shown hlnr
elf to be a remarkable ground garner.
Btott two years ago played quarter on
the 107 freahmaa team, probably the
strongest 'aggregation of "ponies" Stan
lord ever turned out., and Stott waa
one of the strongest spokes In It : Laat
year he wad substitute quarter on the
'varsity, and when Bansboch was hurt
in the. first half of the intercollegiate,
vstotf waa tmt la te fill his place.
1 The effect of his style of pis wss
.apparent In the first few plays. Ha was
.aggreaalv and he, made-his team ag-gresslv.-
So well was his work done
. that California was beaten, 1S-0. Stott
"emerged -from the game . wearing the
laurels that for years had been awarded
'. -4o Bansbach as the cleverest quarter of
"the west. While not fast in handling
Jil team. Stott use good 'Judgment and
J aura. Infecting hla men with hla own
confidence. .In back field work ha la a
"atar. Not a punt escapes bl anna even
tinder the moat ' trying conditions, and
At running them In through a scattered
field he is probably the ableat man who
fcaa been on tbe Stanford gridiron for
"years. Ha has played end before, and
.has ao much speed that ha vsuslly
downs the catcher ;:of.; a punt in his
-tracka.i 4 -. ; '' - -
! Kenny Fenton. who takea Stott'a place
t quarter, la - an athlete - by nature.
..Marbles, croquet or golf would seem to
ber more appropriate for him than foot
' ball, for he weighs but 114 pounds the
littlest man on the Stanford 'varsity
but what he lacks In beef ho make up
In- head work and physical toughness.
Tie. too. learned the game at Portland.
Hi work. In last year'a freshman, game
'will be' long remembered. "This year he
has . developed ' phenomenally - and baa
shown that he may.be trnated absolutely
In the handling of the 'varsity. The
' more the trouble, the ' calmer be. He
la faster than Stott In getting hla plays
' off. and uses his head well. Ha is a
punter of no mean ability, and hla sure
ness as a drop kicker wiH mean a cer
tain score tf Stanford geta within strik
ing distance of the California goat; '
COURSE SELECTED FOR U
POINT TO POINT RACE
- Master of Hounds John ttta haa Is
sued the following notice of the point to
- point race; that' will be run by the Hunt
club one .. week , from Saturday: . The
point to point race on Saturday,' No-
vember 4. will start at p. ra. from the
northern end of West avenue. The first
flag will' be placed at a point about a
. mile and a half prtfcttcally due east the
aeteond about half a mile south from the
. first, the third at, tbe junction of Barr
. road - and West ' avenue, finishing on
.West avenue. All members have the
privilege of atudylng the course for
.. -4hemeetvea." . t, -'7",V
, Cnususl Interest is attached te the
game on. Saturday next between the
elevens representing the University of
California and the Oregon Agricultural
. college. -It la stated that Corvallis hss
the strongest team In her history.' and
the feeling among tha Oregon rooters Is
that California la going to get a sound
beating on Saturday. On comparative
scores CorvallU ahould defeat Califor
nia. Th-strr.g. steady game that O
, FLESH BUILDER
I; ;,' The . liver of the cod fish
produces oil that is a won
derful flesh builder. No fat
or oil can compare with it
; ia thsrt-respect. To get the
beit oiti p( it, it must be
, eranisified and made like
cream." la Scott's Emul
sion it is prepared in the
' best possible, form to pro
f fJuce the best possible re
. cults. Thirty years have
" proven this. '
. CCTT SOirirK,a read sweat. Ksw Yam,
'.. ",V ;
And Still Scores of . Port-
': land . People Accept
;Them as Facts.
The published statement of ' soma
stranger, residing In a faraway place,
mav be true enough: but It is generally
accented as a doubtful rumor. How can
it be verified? The testimony which
follows Is convincing proof, because It
comas from a resident of Portland: ' '
T. W. Shangland. who ta a streetcar
eonduetor on the Woodstock streetcar
line, residing- at Tit Blaworth atreet.
aara: "Some- time last fall I began
having considerable trouble and annoy
ance from a nun, acning pain in me
hack over the kidneys. I think It was
caused from the constant ahaklng and
Jarring of the oar. I thought at firat It
would dlauppear as quickly -as It came.
hut this waa not the case.' learning
of Doan's Kidney Pills. I procured a boa
and took them according to directions.
The result waa entirely ' satisfactory.
The backache grew leaa and leaa and
soon disappeared, and aa far aa I can
...n it k.. mm for rood, for there have
been no symptoms or a recurrence.
For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents.
n . r 1 1 L . . r D..IT.1 W V Ml.
aaenta for tho United States.
Remember: the name DOAN'S and
take no other. ;
A. C. played against PuUman laat week
atampa Coach Steckle'a eleven as one of
great strength, unusual apeed and con
stderabla strategy. The outcome of this
game wlU be eagerly awaited.
While Multnomah eapecta to defeat
Astoria on Saturday by at leaat two
touchdowna, tf this Is accomplished Cap
tain Jordan's men wiH know that they
were playing real football. Aatorta has
stronger eleven than laat season, ana
those who recall the first game a year
ago . know ' what , a tough proposition
those Astorlana proved to be. Multno
mah expecU to have a fairly strong
tnm In the field Saturday and It la
quite certain that the local rooters will
be able to get a good Una on the men. ? ,
. .v i .e e K ,. ' '
The Olanta are certainly celebrating
in Ban Francisco and several of the
players thought that they were playing
football inatead of baseball, and booted
the ball all over the park. There la
nothing Ilka having a real frisky team
to represent us sway from home. It
shows strangers that Portland la not tha
slow community that It haa been repre
sented, and also that a real live, tricky,
frisky manager can develop a bunch of
senseless comedians. If - nothing else. Jf
tha Giants keep an winning defeata for
few mora days they will be on top Jn
the pennant race, providing you stand '
qq your Jtead. .to. read . the. percehtagea.
How to Make a Hit Hits may be
made In private life aa well aa in base
ball. . Young men rarely fall to make a
hit unleaa they wear Portland uniforms.
Soma consider a stiff punch In tha Jaw
desirable kind of a hit.' while others
hold contrary opinions. . In society ' a
young man should keep on terms of In
timacy with hla. money, have an adopted
bend when- presented to ladles and walk
rther than . pay - streetcar fare,. Girls
never make a hit, they 'generally make
an impression. There. ara other ways
to hit; as we have an engagement at the
Japanese auction .we must away this
very boar. ... - .,. t. ' '
Sporting Editor Wlll you please state
In Tha Journal which. . la the older.
"Chet" ' Murphy Or George McMillan?
Answer Please ask something easy.
To the beet of our knowledge, George
McMillan Was bora tha day of the ex
curslon, and Murphy It yeara before.
Murphy got hla name "Chet" from tha
Greek word "chat," . meaning - to , talk.
There la nothing biblical about hla
name excepting that In early days men
bearing hla name were all supposed to
be kings.' Hence the , term, "he la 'a
prince.' , ' . t -
DAVE BARRY WILL
f ; v SOON BE MARRIED
(Journal gpaetal gervlee.) ,
San Francisco. Oct. tt. Dave Barry,
tha Iriah champion, la soon to take unto
himself ' a wife. This . announcement
waa made yesterday through ' a Ban
Diego newspaper and also by a letter
Alex Oreggalns received from Barry.
The Irish lad with tha bright eyea and
tha' rosy cheeks haa evidently "got In"
right down . San Diego way, for It : la
said the lady ha Is to marry, Miaa Susie
White,' la one of the leading society
belles of that town and very wealthy.
It la not necessary to state -that the
young lady Is a blonde, for Dave always.
did fancy, light girls. In his letter Dave
aaya the 'marriage will take place next
month at the home of Mine White, and
that It la very likely he wUl make bis
home In Ban Diego.. , . , " . , , A..
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
? a5- ?
f f ! :?
m Angeles .
"1141 42 .KTS
loj !, 411 .tilt
.1 a 12
31 83 -4S5
101 IWl .471
Xogaa Kit Sard.
(Joaraal gpeelal Bervtee.l
Oakland. Oct 2. The Tigers hlf
Hogan consistently yesterday and tallied
a dosen hits and eight' runs. The score:
" ' 1 ' R. H. E.
Tacoma ....... .1 1 ! 0 6 0 94 i 11 1
Oakland . .j....l ! t f I
Batteries Keefe and Hogan: Hogan
and McMurray. Umpire Bulllvan.
- Vagle Wlaa Aaother.
Xxtu Angeles. Oct. . Nagle won an
other game' for his team yesterday py
good pitching. Shields wss knocked out
of the box In tha sixth Inning. Score:
ts Angeles . 1 1 1 1 -5' U 4
Seattle . . t 0 1 0 1 1 I i II
Batteries Nagle and Eager; Vlckers.
Bhlelda and Frary. Umplrs PerriniT
College VootkaJl Basalts.
. At Kansas City University of Okla
homa, I; University Medical college, 9.
At Annapolis Nsval academy, . IT;
Maryland Agricultural college, e.
At Ann Arbor, Michigan University
of Michigan, 7; Albion. .
The Portland residents of the east side
are pulling together and ana In earnest,
and therefor will accomplish much.
GlUfltS DO m
In Yesterday's Came With Seals
McCredie's Men Think They
I Are Playing Football.
EIGHT ERRORS EARNSD ;
- ? BY PORTLAND TEAM
SchIafl7. AU and Mitchell Kick the
, Ball All Over the JPield Eaaick
Splita Hia Hand and McLean Geta
Cajr and la Driven to the Wooda.
- woaro.i qmi httki-p . -
San Francisco, Oct. 3. McCredie and
hla would-be "Qianta" made an exhlbl
tlon of themselves In yesterday's game
and consequently'tha Seals walked away
with the contest In quick order to the
tuna of 1 to 1. Local fans always look
forward , to the visit of the Webfoot
team In order to aea the latest stunts
in baseball, and yesterday no on waa
disappointed. Contrary, however, to the
usual cuatom the Fortlandera did " not
begin cutting up tricks- until the fifth
Inning. . In. this chapter. Eddie House
holder drove a liner at Esaick that
spilt tha blonde pltcher'a hand ' Then
tho fun began. Bchlafly booted the ball
hither and thither, Mitchell kicked It to
and fro and Jakey Ats wabbled It high
and low. Larry McLean didn't know
how to kick the ball, so he kicked at
Umpire Davis and the boyish catcher
waa sent to the clubhouse.
By this time the Beala were gathering
runa In commendable atyle, ao when the
flnal amok lifted the Olanta were
badly beaten crowd. Calif f aucceeded
Eaaick and Buess took McLean's place.
and In Justice to the youngsters It may
be said that their work waa .of a better
a tamp than the older players on the
team. . Bchlafly, had four error to his
credit, Ats two and Mitchell two. It
reported last evening that Mc
Credie intended taking hla Giants on a
circus trip next season. The score:
i PORTLAND.' '.
l; -Vv" ' VAB. R. H. PO. X.
Van Buren. If. .40
Mitchell, lb. ........ 4 1
Bchlafly. 2b. ......... t 0
McLean, e. .......... I
McHale. cf. i e
Sweeney, lb., ........ a' 't,
McCredie, rf. ........ 1
Kaslck. d. ..........!
I H ,
Callft, p. ............ 1
tjuesa, ,c. 1 1
. ..........11 1 I. 24 It I
"i. ' ' AB. R, H. PO. A. B.
Waldron, cf. 4 .14,1
Mohler, lb. ........... 1 1 1 1 ,1 1
Hlldebrand. If. ...... 4 1 I 0 0
Nealon. lb. , 4 1 t 11 0
Householder, rf. ..... t . I 0 ,
IrWin. lb. ...t 104 0
Oochnauer, ss. ....... 1 - 0 0 111
Bhea, c ............. . v I 11 1 1
Httt, p. . 4 0 0 0 1 0
Totals. . ..........SO 7 t 17 t
SCORE BT INNINGS..
Portland :. J " 1 1
Hlta . . 1010 1
Ban Francisco ,...0 0101010 7
Hits . . ........0 1101011
Runs Off Esalpk. 2; off Callff, 6. Hlta
Off Eaaick, .1; off Callff, 2. Stolen
bases Mohler. Nealon I. Householder,
Irwin. Two-base hit Behianr. - Macri
flce hlta Oochnauer, Mohler, House
holder, Irwin. . First bas on , errors
Portland. 1: San Francisco. 7. Bas on
balls Off Eaaick, 2; oft Callff, 2: off
Hltt, 1. Left on bases Portland, 4;
San Francisco, S. Struck out By Es
irk. bv Callff. 1: bv Hltt. 10. Wild
pitch Callff. Time of game On hour
and 65 minutea. Umpire Davia. ;
FITZGERALD WILL BOX k
, LANDERS NEXT MONTH
'! ' (Joaraal BpeeUl Bervke.! "
San Francisco. Oct. -20- Th ' Colms
club ha matched Willie Fltsgerald and
Fred Lander ta box 1 rounds at Colma
Friday evening, November 10, at US
pounds at i o'clock, weighing In at
Harry Corbetfa, for 60 per cent of the
gross receipts, divided 75 per rent to
the winner and 2( per cent to th loser.
Eddl Oraney will be the referee. He
will also act as the . custodian of the
115 the men have deposited for weight
and appearance, v . Harry - Foley waa
Landers' representative, while Johnny
Reid waa the Fldua Achates for tho
, aUeUur at Jaaaaion.'
, :,- . ioarsat Rpedal Barries.) -.
New York, Oct. 2. Jamaica
race results: .
Six furlongs Platoon won, . Grapple
second, Dreamer third; time, 1:11 1-1.'
Five and a half furlongs Sir Tristan
won, Hallow Mass second, Bully Banas
tat thV time, 1:08 1-1.
Mile and an. eighth, selling Chimney
Sweep won, D'Argle second, Jane Holly
third; time, 1:411-6. ;-..'
Packers' stake, five and a half fur
longs Water Oraaa won. Caprice sec
ond. Bribery third; time, 1:07 4-6.
Mile and a sixteenth Lord 'badge
won, Athlone second. King Pepper third;
time. 1:47 4-6. V
Mile and a sixteenth Bad News
won. Zala second. Long Order third;
time,' 1:47 4-6.. j- --:',
to Yeataul Cclsr.
"Bad been tins til. with daadraff a Inogtlms.
After aalng ose softie of Ualrbealtta I fooad tbe
dandruff pine aad aij kalr, which was two-third,
grar (I an 40 yeara old) restored te Its aatural
anbara color. O. KICHMAN, La Ctosm, wis."
HilrkMlth anickly brings baek yvathrol eolot
to era kalr. no natter sow kmg It sas bees gray
or white. Positively renraves dasdraC, kills the
germ aad stop, kalr falllac. Does sot stale akla
er lines. Aided by HARPINA BO At and Skin.
sealta. It soothes and seals the sralp. stops Itch,
la sd prosKrtss gae hair growth. Large so,'
bottle.. drasslM.'. lake sot king without sUsa
tore PWio Ear Oo. ,
Frcj Se:p Offer iWUV.
id. miow, T.ae to any OT voe roiHrwing
dromlata asd get a OOe. bottl. Ray's Balrhealth
and a 3Ae. eake Hartlna kfedleate Beep, beat fn
bate, bath, tmiet, both roe tot.i or eeot hr Pblle
Bay gpeelaltles V, Newark, N. J., aasrtse sc
said, ea leetipt tt 0c aad tale adv. . j
Kaaw, . ........................
yellowing drntxlta sapply Bar's Bslrtsslta
sd Baraaa Boag ta taalr shoe self I
voosabs. tnvAJtn oo
Terrible Calamity ThM l!-3
Cefallen a Large etch
ing House. !.
. wniiam Oruber. Omaha'a largest
clothiers, with an established -reputa
tion of over 10 yeara ror carrying oniy
the highest gradee of men a. boya . and
children's clothing, shoes and furnish
ings, were forced from their building,
which was leased over their heade with
out nravlous noiicw, juai i "
when their indebtedness for thla
Not being able to find another loca
tion In Omaha, adequate to dispose of
thalr larre stock at thla unfortunate
time, they were compelled to move thir
otock where they could realise on It
n..inkiv to aav their good name, and
chose Portland a the best place, freight
rates being cheaper than to points In th
Tht'r Immense stock of 1 01.000 worth
of men's, boys' and children clothing,
shoes and furnishings, etc.. haa been
moved Into th large storeroom. 171
Third atreet, two door from Yamhill
atreet. Portland, Oregon, wher thla
magnificent etock will be sold out at re
tail for ' :.,'.. ",! '. .,"' ':'-.
qq 1 Per Cent Less Then
033 Manufacturers Cost
FOR SEVEN DAYS ONLY.
Sal Beglna, Saturday, ;
., October. IS, at I a. m, ':,.;'..,
And Ooses Saturday Night." November 4.
Tki. 0 tramenrloua aaerlflc. a w
,n.Marai verv close buyers by
th. tnHa. . Ynu cannot aDDreciate what
a Teat reduction tnie is unm you se
the-goods and prices. . . ( t - ,. .
Bont Mis Thl Bar Opportaaitr
Of getting the biggeat bargains 15
clothing, furnishings, etc.. ever offered
to the people of Portland, aa you may
never be able to get a chance Ilk thl
again. Below w quote a few prices.
tO BHOW wnai irnwnuuu. -
are malting, jusi rtm.mum n
goods priced In jnia lavtruerawm tn
be brought , back arty time during the
sale:' ... ' ' '.':
A Fine Suit of Men' Clothes, all to ' -
match . :-,T,,"".ViT!'f5
Thia suit is positively worth $11.6
or vour money refunded- at any um
during th ala. . -
Men's Fin Bult ana uvercoaia, in
cheviots and ttcoicn piaias
wnrth lift.oo or vour money refunded
at any time during th aal If you are
not aatlsned. '
Men's Splendid Suit and Overcoats, In
velournniancaaaimerea.au siwos, .o
Poaltively worth $11.00, or your money
back. r - ' -
Bilk and Satln-Llned Dress Bult and
Overcoats, In . plain, onecaa ana
striped colorings .............. .17.M
They are positively worth $11.00.
Men's Extra Fine Dreaa Buita ana
Overcoats, in an ine taieai siyios
and shades, heavy ellk and aatln
llned. equal to the flneat ,40.00
tailor-made to order garments, for $12
Don't fall to ask to see these gar
Men'a Flneat Waterproof overcoaie.
maker'a guarantee iicxe on every
coat; worth $20.00 to $16.00...... $.
Don't fall to ae them. ; ..
Men'a Fine Dreaa pant ........... .Ose
Worth $1.50 or your money refunded.
Men' Fin Trousers for Sunday wear,
, In worateds and fancy stripe a, at 11.10
Positively worth $5.00. $0.00 and 17.00
or mbnev refutided. - -
Boys' Suite and Overcoats ....... -$l.tt
worth 4.6. v.
13 . n.ui Hnita avntt Overcoata.
worth 15.00. $0.00 and $7.00... .. .$2.40
Thouaanda of Children Suit
choose from. A . J"
1 oaa Rnva1 VtiM Pants. - worth
11.00 ' 160
K-.t aiiitv Reinforced Laun
dered Shirts, worth $1.00. ?5
Flne Dress Shirts, worth 11.50. .20c-lfo
Men'a Fine Bilk Embroidered . Sua
pendera. worth 75o. ...... ........Jo
flood Heavv Bocks, worth 26o .Jc
-...- a nnn Norktlaa. In all ahadea.
worth from 60c to jp.00 14
Men Handkerchief a, worth 260.....S0
Men's and Boys' Caps, worth 260....I60
Mm'm uin. FHonnel Shirts, worth
$2.60 . . 7e
Man'a itvoralla. Mm! OUlck ..I0
TilHck and Tan Hoae. worth 250.....7
Towels, worth 16c .40
Odd Coata and Odd Vesta at your own
price: 3.000 other articles too. numeroua
lo mention. . v . ... , ? . .
MEN'S FINE UNDERWEAR AT LES8
. THAN nALr 1 no woi w
: " ' .' :: ' SMOBS.
Men'a Velour Calf; worth fl.60. at. .11.11
Men'a Fine Vicl, Kangaroo and Box.
Calf: worth $4.00, at. ... i. ...... 12.41
WA'a rnrdnvin and Kanaaroo Welta
worth $4.60. at .$2.11
Men s Finest Welts, in Vlcl and Wil
low Calf; regular $5.00 shoes, at $1.2$
Men Patent Leather, all laes; reg
ular 11.6 $2.21
a.,,' and Youths' Kangaroo Calf
- worth $1.60. at v !.
Little Gent' Nobby Sho; worth $2.00,
at , . . c
s These are all up-to-date goods. "Do
not confound this with ao-called clos
ing-out sales, tc ,,
Thla la a Iegltlmata Sal.
We must rals the money necessary to
satisfy our creditors' claims. Posi
tively no good sold until -
Saturday, Oct. 28
at 8 a. m.
SALE POSITIVELY CLOSES SATUR
DAY NIOHT, NOV. 4, AT 11 P. M.
Mot B BnsledTsl Store X
Doora from TamaUl. .
Mail orders carefully filled. Railroad
far paid on all purchase $26.00 or over.
M'KINLAY AIDED IN '
RAISINQ THE BOYCOTT
', . ' , .
(Joarsal- Bpeelal Bert-Ice.) :
- Santa Rosa. Cal., Oct. It. Congress
man McKlnlay received a letter from
one of the largest milling concerns on
the Pacific coaat, located In Seattle,
thanking him for being largely Instru
mental in lifting the Chinese boycott on
American goods, and ssylng that
through hi effort th firm, which I
a large exporter, I again doing business
with j Chines merchant. When Mo
Klnlay was In Hongkong with the Tsft
party he waa made the special guest of
honor at a banquet given by 12 of th
wealthiest Chlneve merchants. -
The- merchants told him that they had
no complaint with th exclusion law Ss
it stands, but wanted to have It fixed ao
that Chinese merchants on landing I
America could give bond If there was
any question aa to their right to enter.
McKlnlay offered to arrange an intro
duction with Tsft If the merchanrt
would sgree to rail off the boycott. Tsft
hesrd 'th mrrrhsnts and It la apparent
that some order hss been sent out sine,
for th boycott "has bean stopped. - . .
Pief.nsd stock Canned Croeds.
Allan ALcwl Best Brand. j
172 Third Street
; O'Jil FOflERlt
Girt Who Killed Heraelf Decaus
of SwBsthsarf Death Choat
'i.-, Coffin Beforehand. ( '
DID NOT WANT BURIAL.
Told Undertaker That She Was Ar.
ranging for a Friend Who Was E
petted to Die and Selected a Plain
Pint' Board Caaket. 'V ',
(Joaraal Speeld Serviee.) " . . .
New York, Oct. : That Mia Anna
E. Scott, th girl who killed herself at
Atlantlq City Saturday becauae of grlf
over her fiance' a sudden death, had with
car and deliberation arranged' for her
funeral.' even to th point of choosing
her coffin, became known - today when
a friend of th sulcld called at Aldred's
Telling John Aldred. Jr., ah expectea
a friend to die within two day. Mia
Scott dlscuased calmly tha beat method
of disposing of her own body, she in.
formed the undertaker that h would
notify him when needed and aald that
her friend a name was Anna Bmltn.
"She doe not want to be burled," said
Mia Scott "but told me that she pre
fers cremation." ' Sha asked how much
It would coat to cremate th body, and
on being told th terms, aald they were
atlsfactory. . i
"Now, I'd Ilk to see th coffin." ah
said. Aldred led the way to tha rear
of tha . shop and - showed ' her several
caskets! "A plain on will do." ah said,
and: agreed on a pine board coffin, n
embellishments, to be uaed. 1
-"I'm going away tomorrow.' aald Mia
Scott "and you'll probably hear from
me on ' Saturday. The suicide left a
message, summoning the undertaker to
take charge of thv body -of "Anna
Smith" and a not to a friend In which
money for the servlcee or th under
taker was Inclosed.
EAMES SEAT SALE : V
Emma Eamea and her company of ar
tists haa luat given a concert In Salt
Lake City, at th Tabernacle there, and
th hug place was crowded with those
who cam to hear and remained to ad
mire. There never ha been a concert
given In that city of music which gave
ao complete and entire satisfaction. Tha
Herald expressed It as follow: "Th
perfection of th whola evening waa as
unexpected aa it waa aatlafaotory. . In a
program covering two hour, there was
hardly a moment of commonplace muslo
certainly there was no Inartistic In
stant; and If It wer not for th re
straint of colds-type the-whole affair
would call for . unlimited enthusiasm.
Gngorsa. th baritone, was, like Holl-
man. a atunnlng surprise. He, ha . a
volo of ' splendid dramatlo quality.
rarely sympathetic sweetness, and a
moat unusual glfe of emotional Interpre
tation. Hollman'a 'cello work la as
nearly, perfect as on could wish to
hear, and for Eamea! - Never can one
forget such a triumph as aha achieved."
Thl company come to th Marquam
on Monday evening under th direction
Of Lot Steers-Wynn Coman, and tha
seats ' ar on sals Friday morning at
10 o'clock. .- . , -.,..)'...
j DOINGS IN RABBITVILLE f
From the Irrigon Irrigator , Special
' Rabbltvllla. Morrow Countv. Or.. Oct
24. Lisa Butterbottom reports that her
10 hens layed 1 eggs laat .Wen "day.
And her hen 1 not hybred either,' jest
common, everyday, . ordinary speckled
hen. - ' -
Sagebrush Charley brung in a Jack-
rabbit lost Saturday What tipped . the
skales at 7 pound. . He -was a wopper.
Sagebrush killed htm with a rock.
-The city drug tor haa jest got In
an aaslnement -of 6 barrels : of rle, 4
barrels of burbon. 2 barrels of Jtn and
2 barrels of rumm. and they can now
fill all perscrlptions promptly. I have
sampled all of th barrel and they ar
suae fin good.
1 Laat Friday Pap Honeybottom flung
a rock at m pup, mist th pup and hit
Dan Skumpakey' wooden leg Jest abaft
the caf. Dan had all his canvasa spread
at the time and wa aallln' under a stiff
breese with a heavy list to port carryln'
a Jug o' perscrlptions on the starboard
beam. Hia timber being shlvvered he
foundered and his cargo went overboard
a totle lose. Dan brung soot for one 00
for the perscrlptions and 16 cent for the
Jug,' but , the . 'squire held that under
Mr. Cotton' antldoted lawa of Oregon
th tonln" of wooden leg- wasn't no
crime, but .under article 4 seetioh $
of the Act of Juris Prudence he'd tax
Pap with on 76 cost wlch waa ,pald
and ImmeJIt invested In perscrlptions.
Then we all spliced the main brae as
long a w could stand up.
' I am JeSt In receet of a dispatch from
Mr. William E. Curtis, writ from Chl
coggo, and if there 1 folks what thtnk
Rabbitvill alnt glttln" to tha front this
miasll ought to dlsabbuse their minds
at onct and forever amen. Mr. Curtl
I a grata writer, beln' the correspondent
of a little paper called th Record-Herald
printed In Chlooggo. In fack Me
and -Curtis ranks aa th grtst cor
respondence writer on this hemisphear,
and of coarse we sorter pull, for on an
other, Hk awl big men or to do. Wa
alnt Jellua of on another, not a bit for
we are too famua and two brany for
Ich small things Ilk that Curtis has
writ that he would like to swap Jobs
with me, me havln' told him in a con
vtvvlal period down to Portland abowt
my fat sallery and moreover what a nice
Graft I'm workln' rlt here' In Rabbit
villa. And now h haa 1 eye en my sal
lery and 1 eye on my Graft, there beln'
no draft In Chlooggo yet but Curtis ho
thinks with my big brans I mlt work
up a little of It there for him. , Mebbe
I could, for I'm aa smooth aa greece.
Her I .work It Ilk thl; I git awl of
my perscrlptions at the 'city -drug store
fjor f cent per, perscrlptlon, and -nobody
aiav glia nuiio jit ma nur iv ca-ni
each! What a clncbt How It did make
Curtlses mouth water when I unfolded It
to'hlm? I march up to the bar Ilk a
Dook or a Irl and plank down my 10
cent for each perscrlptlon and then
when nobody alnt a lookln' 'they sneak
ft of it back to mel It' Ilk glttln'
dlwtdendrsn bad stocks, or ellppln' cou-
pons' - Frequent I git back aa much a
on 40 per dayt No. wonder Curtis Is
most crasy abowt I. for a graft of 1$
fifty per day -I a darned Jewcy pile of
boodle.. And a feller with a strong eon-
i. .Treacherous weather, thla- Ona
,"'. J ".'!J"nyr know wbn retiring what weight
ttm9-lw undsrwear will be required next morn. . t "'-;
TlvT , ing. stutgarter Normal Wool, Under- , .' 4
UsifJ" 1 ""r I constructed that on weight 1 ' .;;
1 adaptabl to
caus It 1 designed to keep in th heat
of th body, whit th manner In. which . '
it I woven 1 auch a to absorb th a . .
: perspiration. For the reason Stut
garter la th 'sanitary underwear abao- .
Iutly th moat comfortable And long '. '
st-wartng. ... - '
-oira SBfBBTi-rrra to fxtb boxv
.; IVABS WTM wABMBlTT.
Now Going On
-,i r ''- . '- -t V. 1
N EW L0CATI 0Il
I45 First Street
norm 'wtujam. tbx vaxxs.
Proakat, Qalrveyaat, Vayeale,' Vakalst, Treses
auahua I 'sjak a seleaa eatk t,tn yea
BMre aksorate faets ta rslstlea t set ealy the
past, eat the areseat asd tatare ef year life.
as i wen ss every baee., su or aalbttloa. ef
year Ufa, without asking ye a ee Hea. Thia
I win e for yea. aad stare thaa say emer
elatrveyast pslsjIH or ae-eslled forraaa-teller
la. the. world caa roe yoa. I advlae yea ea
Isve, eeortablp, ssnrlage. divorce, healta, bast-
aeas.. Iswsalts, speeatetlea asd traseeettoa ef
an kinds: teB who ead wsea t marry; set
tla kmrs' asamls sad family treasie; lopsie
lost treaear asd abeeat trloBos,.- ate. sisva
WASHIVeiOM BT. Low eharges.. Pally. Sa
days saw,- B a. B. bl. .-.-..- . ,
Whthr he go by. land
or sea, th traveler will And
It a delightful trip to San
Francisco, where he should
top at he world-famed .
and enjoy It many attrac
tive features. Foe fuller
information writ t . th
Palace, or ee - .
', Jf . O. afBCSaVT
at the Portland - Informa
tion and Booking Agency,
HoUl Portland. ,.
tltntlon Hk Curtis' could run It a lot
higher. - But Ira roisdoubtful abowt
Curtis br-ln' - able to give Rabbltvllla
awl whata comln' to her. him not beln'
quit up to -th high lltterary plnnlcl
wich I have sot." Howsumever, I could
pleas th folk what own the little
paperji writea ror, ana I may swap
with him for a few month Jest to help
him and ellevate Chlcoggo'a lltterary
horrlson. f ' ,-' - - ''-.;':
Sim Dipp. w mean th Hon. Sim DIpp.
wa walking around In our midst laat
Sunday. Blm ' haa a big km on hi
bran now- for bringln' Rabbltvllla to
the front eye e,- makln" a bitter out
of aagebrush root. He says h mad
a waahbller full of It laat month and
haa been full on It ever alno. ::, What
you been smokln', SlmT
Rheumatism Cured -
DO XX 9
To Introdoc this
weaderml - f s e d y
among the .offering
readers of this p. oar
I have set aald. ,
000 Bezea for - Tree
iatrlsaUea1 sad every
afflicted reader la soar
teouilr invited to write
for one. I
This remnerv.h.a en rod
Peformttyof the heads where sll ethwe failed.
Is geaeral rhronla healdea It la ahselatelr
Articular RbeaiB.tlaiB. safe te tahe and will
' not tiara, the dellret.
tlaane of four stora.rh Ilk. ether rheam.
tl.a. mmmIIm do. Thla .1 mnl. reawdr - h..
ear Many peraosS who ware ao decrepit aad
Mln-e.rkeAvttiat n'r roam aeiuer aieuo bot
aed themaelrea, among Niem peraone.. ef
years and over. Recently It eared aa ol
genriestan wbo nan mif o j -wbota
seres doetors - bad called Iscarsble.
. . J0KW A. BSUTaT.
ten SUrla VUg.. Mil
4A U W
PGOTw'fa ft Safll"
ton for KM
many temperatures, be- '.
ROBINSON CSk odi-i
289 Washington St: '
l J 1 1:
pn nw btokx of m boxmbs jrtrgiv
aeea College. Teeth .ad Vt'aabtagtoa Bts.,
Portland. Or., BOW nader eoaatractloa. wUl be
epleadldly llgbtad aad will have evary conveB.
leoea for the areata motlattoa ar 500 stadeatai ;
There will be IS offices ror baetaeee araetlee, t
eoalpped with deoartatoot erUpbonee, hading
WiaehiBea,' loose-lea t ledgera, card flies asd ae
pllaaeea aeeeaaary te the an Sara hnatniaa offle. -We
ptaeed 014 cradastas la aaalueaa last year.
U U C'JSIKESS COLLEGE
For catalog writ to temporary addreeaf
Hilt Military Academy
A Private aaeV
Boarding School tot
Bora. Rasaa! Trals
inf. Military Dlert.
aHfta IUIm. - haa.
arattoa. Farest sad
iaftlest hsibltVm. of yeaCh ea.
eoBragad and developed. - Boy
0t aay age sdadtted at aay tlata.
FAXaZt TBBM BOW OFBaT.
' aaaad ror llloatrated catalog.
eeatalstBg roH uswsnne.
HUi Military Aedmy
.. rOBTLAMO. OBBOOltr,
The Kiiltnonch ;
Special School of Gregg Shorthand
and Touch Typewriting, Bookkeeping
ind Business Methods, Business Pen
manship by th Palmar Method.
',. ' j' OO0JT Of TtTXTXOB. r':'i'
Just on third less than Is usually
required. Evening or dsy aesslona
Call Main 40I for partloulara. "
Oregon J : Portland
SL Helens Hall
A Girls' School of th high
est class. 1 Corps of teachers,
'the best. ,
, Send for cstalogue; '
PtU Tena Now Open
, Oemsr Kterlssa sad uk Btiaets. ,
aadMsrety faralahed, .Icgantlr egelsn.
Brearoof, ve SJlaatas Walh froat heart et
ahoppla aad haalaea dlatrtet sll large,
alrf, eatalde roaBM, steaaa haa tad. slaetrw
llchts, tel.phoae la eaeb aparti.nt, eta
targe eteea. hMaging. SaoklBg. writJag.
ladUe' reeosrlea parlors, iiiisbi I lived
hr smD or talephoae. - . v
Private eaarba aMets tjahw asd stusisw.
Kmi $I.OO f $S.OO a Hay
., Bpeelal Kates te CeMsrll Has,
- atma. bas katov. , v -
(rsratsrly 4 Bel . Bedpath, Basks.)
Ka. 7064, r.ti by Kn.1L L Coot
Oil BortB Fifth street Taeenma, Week-.
received the prls stov offered by the
Portland stove Work at th Lewie and.
Clark xposlUon, , .