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THE OREGON DAIy JOURNAL PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 13.' 1905;
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, , . EnecUv November -I,- chanf will
BO Into effect la the running, of some
of the Southern Pnolno train In the
, Willamette valley. Schedules modified
.to meet requirementa of travel to the
," exposition, will b. restored to normal
'Tannins time, but not to quite the same
' as the schedules In force, prior to the
fair. The passenrer department ha
, jrlven attention to -the wishes of people
. alonf the line and made the new ached
tile to accommodate them.. Train No. a,
. on the Yamhill division, which has bees
,. leaving- Portland at o'clock p. m.. will
leave at :15. , The Albany train, which
. ha been departing at o'clock, will
. . :o at 4:lb, and the extension of Its run
... to Eugene, made to accommodate travel
f urine the fair, wll be made permanent j
; , Postmaster M Into la making- a strong '
" effort to Induce the postofBc depart
; men t to allow three more carrier for
Jutland.-Two are needed In th
.'- treme northeastern portion of th clty.j
whlrh t building- up with extraordinary
- rapidity, and the other would be aa
.signed to th southeastern part' of th
lty. In the vicinity of gellwood. The
OKtmaster la-also trying- to induce, the
department to allow him to retain per.
manently the ten clerks who "were ap
pointed for, the exposition season. In
ny.-event tbey will bold their places for
period of to days from th closing- of
. the , fair, but th postmaster believe
A" ' that all of them will be needed perm a
nently on account of th growing "bust
nesa of the Portland poatofflc.
, ' Mrs! Ella J. Lonaoey,. who' lives near
v. Clackamas and -believes .that - ah ha
. )iower to raise th dead, has disappeared
'-- again from, tier home on her -mission of
',- revivifying all who have departed this
I !fo. Her husband has Instituted in-
- - other search for her, but no trac of her
whereabouts has - been found. Th
, ' woman 'disappeared severs" weeks' ago
'.. and local, police . aided . In th search.
' She finally was located at Salem and
returned to her 'home. 8h remained
-, there until Wat Thursday. Her., hus-
-bandrRrt.ongeor."TeiUest that any in
formation concerning . her be gent, to
. him at Milwaukee.
At th Montavllla Baptist church last
; night Miss Gail Laughlin of New Tork
: delivered an address in th Interest of
equal suffrage.- She based-her plea, on
..the grounds of unselfishness, declaring
that the ballot for -women would mean
the betterment of both men and women.
She touched upon the question of wages
.and showed- th abuses to which girl
and women In New Tork City are sub-
-Jed. , Th speaker wee Introduced by
Mies Ring, who presided.
. Judge Arthur J Fraaer,: who preside
over the juvenile court, will deliver an
- address at Oreaham tonight In the In
terest of the movement for organising a
ploys' club at that place. He will base
.J companied. by. Marlon Johnson.: chief
probation officer. - Th purpose of the
proposed club Is to provide diversion for
boy' and keep them from mischief.
Th club, will supply reading matter of
the proper kind. . ...
varf ;t , . -' -'
'The' "Winter Social club at the T. M.
..'C. : A". ''held Its first meeting yesterday
afternoon. ' Secretory II. W. Stone ex
' plained th objects of th organise
' ttrm. the orchestra played and th club
had a short prayer meeting-and heard an
address from K. K. Ilrmlt'on, the evan
gelist In rharg of th charpel car, Em
; ,, manueL ' Mr. . Hermiston .will conduct
prayer, meetings every day at 12:19 and
:U -p. m. .. '. v- : .
, ' The recent opinion of Attomey-Oen-eral
Crawford, to th effect that school
officials could not fore the vaccination
' of pupils, doea not apply to th port
land public schools, according to City
Superintendent Frank Rlgler. , The lo
cal school board frequently excuses
pupils from vaccination on recommenda
tion ofthef family physician.
In Judge Fraser. department of the
circuit, court this morning the case of
Kd Rlner of Tanner creek sewer fame
was called and set for trial. It will be
heard on Wednesday. Rlner Is charged
with attempting to. obtain , money by
false pretenses, v -. - '
rerslaieiu tin i Rims enured Hie Tesl
dene of W. A. Merrlman, 63i East Nine
teenth street, last night and secured ft
Ifi money. They scattered articles about
the plnce, but took nothing; but money
' OUR STOCK OP, : -
'.V-''.- - v . , v
Is large and complete. Why
not select a diary NOW?
They make' nice Christmas
: iv ?r- presents ':
J. K. GILL CO.
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J ' . Booksellers and ..
THIRD AND ALDER ri
( For 1906 .
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; Great Thlngj at Uttlc Prico
Police Search for Thomas Hickt,
Who, It It Alleged Desert
V 'ed' Family., :' .'.':'
MOTHER'S PROTESTS V
: PROVE UNAVAILING
Before Leaving, It Is Claimed,: Hickt
and May Cunningham Stole Several
': Paintings From Girl's Mother to
V Provide - Wherewithal for' Journey.
Deserting his wife and child for May
Cunningham, a 17-year-old girl, Thomas
Hicks, it Is alleged, eloped from Qreen
Acres. Washington, , with her- ,a week
ago. Hick and th girl drt .believed ta
be In Portland. . Thar police -hav been
notified of, th circumstance and asked
to try to locate th couple.'
In addition to a communication from
the . authorities, ' Chief Oritzraacher re-
celved a .letter last night, from -Mrs:
Margaret CannJngham. th mother of
the eloping glrL She detailed fully the
clrcumstsnoes of - th affair and ' In
closed; a photograph of Hicks. - H Is
said, to have shaved off his mustache
before leaving Oreen' Acres with ' Miss
Cunningham.' " ". ' ' ' '
Prtor--toth'elopeTnnt, according to
Mrs.- Cunningham. . Jier daughter and
Hicks went to the mother's home In hef
absence and,' ."breaking open a' door,
atole several- paintings from the walls.
the value or, which-was about-50 .it
la believed they have disposed of thees I
paintings In order to secure 'money on
which to travel..,
Hicks Is reported to have a brother Id
Portland named Frank Hicks, whorls
engaged in the saloon business. ,
Eptrajfte waa gained, by raising a pantry
window and unlocking doors. , Ten- day
ago -burglars entered. In-the same way
and th crimes are believed to ; have
been committed by th same persona
An officer was called laat night, and
after hi departure th burglars mad
two more attempts to enter-th place.
Representative from th "Port 'of
Portland commission, . the city execu
tive board, the ISast Sid Civic Improve
ment association, Eaat Portland . prop
erty owner and -civil .engineers ar In
conference this afternoon at, the. call
of Mayor Lane over the proposition to
dredge the Willamette river and pump
the debris Into the sloughs On the. east
side. Considerable Interest - .has .been
manifested In the nrJni and some
plan for. immediate -action, may b de
cided on for th Improvement ' of the
east aid and th haj-bor.
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' Eugene P. Nollan. proprietor of the
United State. Knitting mills at Nollan,
Pennsylvania, Is In Portland to Inves
tigate the opening her for a knitting
factory-" H haa -.examined a number
of sites In Portland. It 1 said he I
wsjstlatlas). wHk.Mswsgss lasss el'he
Sell wood wool-scouring plant, to eitart
a knitting mill In connection with that
Institution.-' ,' .. - v. . 'v,, -. ;
. -Work on the Irvlngton district sewer
I progressing, rapidly. .The Pactflo
Bridge company, th contractor, have
a large force of men. employed In order
to, have everything In readiness for th
wet weather. The outlet of the sewer
is nearly finished and th tunnel started.
City Engineer Taylor la pleased with the
progress mad.. . , ..
. Investor would do well to note the
Sherman D- Brown' ad In Th Journal
for th next three day of waterfront
property. Splendid opportunity to make
good money on a small Investment.
' Watchee and diamond 11 down' and
EOo par week. Good delivered on first
payment - Xmss la coming. - Metsgar
ft Co.. Jewelers, optician. Ill Sixth.
'' Dr. O. M. Wells, residence, Hobart
Curtla. ; Phon Main ItZt.
Try a meal without meat at th Vege
tarian cafe, 10i Sixth street.
Any .watches cleaned. 11.00: main
spring, f t.00; all - work guaranteed on
year. Metsger Co., Ill Sixth tret
Portland's beat dancing school, tot
aider. Prof. Rlngler, Miss Buokenraeyer.
Ladles', gymnasium elasa the Rlngler
Physical Cultur school. II per month,
Frlts's tamalaa ar the best. ,
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"Excitement Among the Boya.
Great Interest and enthusiasm Is being
stirred up among the boys of thl city
as the result of a unique and original
offer made by-amuel Rosenblstt ft Co.
Thla stor announce -that -the sales
man for Ederhetmer. Stein ft Co., makers
of Xtraawxl boys' clothing, Chicago, will
call Upon them within days and they
offer to. glv. fskj any $t Xtragood
Suit la' their etore to the first boy un
der 1 Who flnda and Identifies - this
salesman. i , .-.
A feature of th plan I the on set
expression which must be usd by th
young 'detective, who are required, to
say: -"You ar from ' Ederhelmer. Stein
ft Co.. Chicago, and sell - Xtragood
clothes." . The salesman. It Is ssld. will
not admit his Identity unless addressed
In these precis words, '
So active hnve the boy become In
their earch that every stranger . who
reaches' town' 1 quickly besieged . and
questioned by a crowd ot young sleuths.
(Continued from Pag One )
Morrison took hi text from Paul, and
said In the course of his remarks:
The writer of this epistle dearly ap
prehends the tremendous difficulties
which confront those who have under
taken to preach and practice the new
religion of Jesus. It is a prophetic
vision of a tremendous struggle against
a combination of powers at - variance
with the spirit and the truth of the
Gospel. A struggle not merely with
flesh and blood, physical conditions, but
with the very heart of hnntafntty.-- A
struggle against old conceits, customs,
traditions, and doctrlnea. which are In
tended to be a bloodless revolution,' In
volving the overthrow of powers, the re
form of principalities and national gov
ernment, and a spiritual campaign
against wickedness In th established
religion of the age, - r - ... . v .
. A Travesty a BaUgloa..
"The method of extension of th
Christian religion, an appeal to th In
dividual heart, had nothing to commend
It but the Intrinsic value of the teach
ing of Jeaua. A religion destined to rev
olutionise the civilisation of the World
had before 'it a stupendous task. Involv
ing persecution by Its opponents, de
struction of life, devastation of prop
,"W are horrified beyond description
to find that In our Own tlm a Christian
nation whose emperor stylea himself as
protector of the faith, with an estblUhed
church; la guilty of , the barbaric horrors
recently enacted In the Jewish mass-
seres. A peace-loving, inw-. wium, ...
dustrlot.. people hav. en beaten
butchered with nnsoeakable ferocity,
"What a travesty upon th religion of
the gentle Naaarene who said, to Peter.
"Put up thy sword," Is to bo found In
"I appeal for sympathy and for aid
for the unfortunate Jews, the most dis
tinguished people of history not a peo
ple to be despised, hated, despoiled, de
stroyed, but rather to be respected for
their achievements; a people who have
produced a Moses, a Solomon, a Jesus,
In the ' First Congregational church
at th conclusion of Dr. E. I House's
treatise of the subject the contribution
amounted to $100. -
Dr. McQlade of Mlspah Presbyterian
church denounced Russia vigorously and
urged his congregation to contribute to
the relief of th Jew. H saldV In
The Russian nation stands before
the pitiful gas of th world today a
hug empire, but deficient In every qual
ity of Christian sentiment, evading th
obligation of existing for th welfare
of the governed, 'and Instead existing
that it may be a crushing tyrant and.
an sb ao lute despot: to provide a spy
system for home and people: to deny
f re - speech and provide a Siberia for
an exile home for those who may dare
maintain their rights. Let protest upon
protest be made, even if of no avail,
and let th people everywhere lend flnan-
kal eld with liberal hand, that In some
naked clothed, , th hungry and starv
ing fed." ' . -
Dr. Edgar' P. Hill of th First Pres
byterian church announced before his
sermon- that th- wmtxlbutlon- of - the
day wottld be devoted to the Jewteh re-
Hef fund and th response waa liberal.
Otaara Aa f Fanaa. ' :
Dr. Brougher of th Wblte Temple
expressed bis sympathy with the move
ment and Invited hla flock to contribute.
Th result was about $50.
- Dr. Montgomery of th Third Pre,
byterlan and Dr. Staub of Sunnyslde
Congregational were others who spoke
on the subject and obtained contribu
,Th Jew of Ore gon City sent Mr.
Selling a check for $150 yesterday. This
morning ' th treasurer . waa further
gratified, at the, receipt of $100 from
Gui Simon and $100 from Mrs. Flora
fyjacobs, while Innumerable smaller do
nations have been pouring in au day.
"That w win sena irora run-
land Is a certainty." said the treasurer
this afterrioon, "and w will strive to
Increase that sum to $15.000." , - -
Th' Journal today- received a contri
bution of $3 from a. H. Maxwell,
Fourth street. , .
' AddlUoaal CoStrlbaUoas. '
'The Journal lias received from Harry
CL Whlttler of Olds. Wortmsn ft King a
donation of-$5. Mr. Whlttler says, in
"It is a mite which. I wish might be
more,' but may Ood s blessing go with
It In fthe Interest of that best of creeds
The Brotherhood of Man.
The following sums -have; been-r
alved hus'se teilsy Sy lis. Balling-.
George H. Htmes. $:.S0: Clayton. King ft
Co., $& P. 8. Malcolm, $5: Thomas
Walker, $5: Mr. Marcotte, $1; Eggert,
Young company. $20i Paclflo Paper com
pany, $1$; Dorothy Seaman, $1; W. R
Wslpole. $10;-8utcllffe A Bield. $1.S0;
C K. Henry, $20; A Friend. $5: Gustav
Simon, $100: Mrs. Flora Jacobs, $100;
Benjamin I, Cohen, $50; Leexer L Cohen,
$20; Frank Rothchlld. $2S; Thanhauser
Hat company. $59; Kahn Bros., $26; Ju
lius Plncus, Salem, $20; Joseph Harris,
Salem. $20; L N. Levlnson, io; a. w.
Ston. $5. - '' '
From th Cumberlsnd Presbyterian
church there cam $8.62;, from th A. M.
B. Zlon church, $$; from th First Bap
tist $3.0; First United Prasbyterlan,
$1$.$; Toung Men' Christian Associa
tion, $. - .: ' . . '
CLAIMED WESTERMAN'S '
' MILK IS PART, WATER
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Henry Westerman. milkman, has been
arrested again. His milk Is alleged to
be from tl to $0 per cent water. West
erman is said to hav been arrested more
than a half dosen times during the past
two years for selling watered milk. At
theisms time he arrested Westermsu
this morning Btsts Food and Dairy Com
missioner J. W. Bailey laid th hand of
th law upon th head of Frank O'Nell,
a groceryaian at $0$ Hood atret, who
wa buying a consignment of the above
named dairyman's milk. Mr. Bailey
aver that Westerman keeps changing
th locations of his milk routes, hop
ing In this manner to throw th officers
off his track, but as long aa Westerman
sells milk-.- both he and Ms stock In
trad will be carefully watched.
gwveial STew Kemaeaw -r-
The following permlte for new build
ing were Issued Saturday: Lou Wag
ner.' ator,' Thurman near Twenty-fifth
streets, cost $150; Ida M. Stsel. cot
tage. East Taylor near East Thirty
first street' $1,860; Mrs. J. R. Wiley,
residence, Montgomery , between Six
teenth and Seventeenth streets. $J,600;
I. A. 8ndll, cottage, on Wills heights.
$100; C. E. Dean, cottage. Vnlon avenue
between Alberta and Going, streets,
$l.$00; H. B. Volhelm. two cottage. East
Thirtieth between Belmont-and East
Wsshlngton streets, $1,00. .- f '
P. B. Toung Was granted a permit te
repair his residence on Curry between
First and Second streets at a cost of
$23$. ... - , '.. : ' ' . '
A household necessity. Dr. Thomas'
Ecleotrlc Oil. Heals burns, cuts,
wounds of any sort; cures sort throat
croup eaiarrn, asiuma, never
SEVEO' ADDED TO
Four Schooners . and Three
Steamers Arrive to Load
for California Points.
OLYMPIA CHARTERED FOR
FREIGHT TO SAN PEDRO
Steamer Has Carrying Capacity of
About Three Thouaand Tons and
Will Be Largest Craft on Coast
" Run Out of Portland.
In the past $4 hours th fleet in th
harbor was Increased by the arrival of
four schooners and three steamer, all
of which will carry cargoes to California
port. Th aalllne- vessels ar th Mabel
Gale, Virginia, Crescent and Eric, which
will be fitted out with, lumber, cargoes
at: the Portland, and Inman-Poulsen
mills. Owing to the heavy fog they
were anchored in the stream all morn
ing below the bridge. v.
The steamers are th Olympla, the
Homer and the Wasp.
came from Seattle and will be placed
m"' J.I JT'Sl
between Portland and San Pedro. She
la under charter to the Campbell-San-ford
-Hen ley cpmpany and will carry
grain and general freight on th down
trip. Sb is at the Mersey dock, where
she will take on about 2,000 tons of
wheat. - It la planned to have her ready
for sailing tomorrow night.
The Olympla has a carrying capacity
of about $,000 tons ' and will be the
largest craft In service" on th coast run
out of -Portland She Is owned by th
Northwest steamship company of Ta
coma and for a tlmeNsas engaged In the
trans-Paclfio trade. - Of late she haa
been lying Idle. Before leaving tin
sound she was placed on the drydock
for an overhauling and Is now ssld to
be In first class condition. She Is In
eommand of Captain Truebrldge. i While
she waa engaged for the express purpose
of transporting, grain down the coast,
shipments of various sorts will be made
on the vessel. .
Nearly l.SOO.000 feet of lumber will be
taken out by the four schooners which
arrived last night The Crescent Is a
five-master, one of the few of that de
scription on th Pacific coast. She was
built last year at Eureka and this ta
her first visit to this port. She is capa
ble of handling 1.000,000 feet Her
cargo will be received at the -Portland
mill. The Virginia and Mable Gal are
old traders here,, having averaged a trip
to Portland once a month for th past
-TO CARRYREIGHTJSN LY.
1 earner Ooata SUoa Will Bear Oooabos
tlbla fox Use la mallroad Buildtng-. ' '
Combuatlbles'and-every sort-of ma
terial will be brought to Portland on the
steamer Costa Rica and the.owners hav
decided to -use her passenger space for
frelsht room. Durlna th construction
workof.-th-. railroad-do wah-tha morta
bank of the Columbia river It Is sup
posed that she will carry heavy ship
ments of powder on every trip from the
Bay city. At any rat an na oeea con
verted Into a straight freight, boat
Th Costa Rica is on of the- four
steamers which 'the San Francisco ft
Portland Steamship company will hav
In -regular service from thl date be
tween here and the California metropo
lis. . She- left the south yesterday rot
Portland and the local officials of the
una say them Is no ground for th ru
mor that ah will be taken off the routs
a soon the Senator make a trip or
two. They declare that the vessel will
be operated regularly., but. will carry no
passengera. , The Senator is scheduler
to leave San Francisco todsy for fort,
land and 1 expected to arrive on Wed.
It -was learned definitely this morn
ing that big shipments of powder are
going to be made from -San Francisco to
Portland on th Costa Rica,' and it-is
said th explosives will be consigned to
th Northern Psclflo Railway company.
Some are of th opinion, .however, thai
th powder will be for the us of th
Oree-on Railroad ft Navigation company
In pushing the construction work of Its
projected new llneg tn this territory. In
support of this view It is held that the
minima pi-upiwwuum isit ue iim ij tu
operate one of Its boats aa a freighter
to assist an opposition line. ...
IRISH BARK COMING.
Sanboyae, of Ill-fated Xine, Arrive at
Astoria sad Will be Towed Up.
Another windjammer, the British
bark Dunboyne, arrived at Astoria this
morning from Csllao, Peru, bound for
Portland. ' She came In ballast and will
leave up the river as soon as a tug boat
can be secured. The vessel Is under
charter to T. M. Steven ft Co. to trans
port a cargo of grain to the United
The Dunboyne Is one of three vessels
In commission owned - In Dublin, the
others being th British barks Fingal
and Howth. I'ntll a few years ago there
was a ship known as the Rathdown
which hailed from the big Irish port but
while bound for Portland from Europe
She waa lost Her, fate la not yet known
and she waa added to the long list of
the missing. She belonged to the ssme
line as th Dunboyne, which a rived In
th river this morning.
Apparently an unlucky star was. hover
ing over the Rathbon at the time- she
was launched, for she experienced all
sorts of difficulties during her short
career. In 100 she was st Portland
and wag badly damaged while going
through th draw of th steel bridge.
A good part of her rigging waa carried
away and she waa forced to remain la
port a couple or months, it was tn roi
lowing year that she sailed from ber
home port never to return.
ALONG THE WATERFRONT.
Captain Altyn of the steamer Charles
R. . Spencer will take a vacation, for a
couple "of weeka after he return from
Tha Dallee tomorrow.
Owing to a alight -disagreement with
the sailors th schooner Louis did not
CASTOR I A
: Por Infants and Children. "
Hit Kind Yea Han Alxajt EsrgM
Painting a House
Is not only to beautify 1t deslrabl
as that Is. but to preserve wood and
metal. Paint from our stock meets
both purposes. Another thing:
Quality granted (any reasonable test
will ahow It), w guarantee coat for
the same article against any compe
tition. W-want your business and,
will merit It.
fisher, Thorsen t5e Co,
raOsTT ftlTB MOBBXSOaT ST.
get away yesterday as had been planned.
She will leave down today lumber, laden
for San Francisco. -
Steamer Alliance will sail for EureKa
and way ports tonight with a run cargo
of general freight and th usual number
With a cargo of grain. Hour and gen
eral oroduce the steamer Columbia
aalled last night for San Francisco; she
had almost a full list of passengers.
This - afternoon th steamer Eurelta
will reach port from th south and will
begin loading grain tomorrow morning
for th return trip. - - , ' '
Steamer Homer. Captain Donaldson,
which arrived last '.night from the Bay
City, completed the round trip passage
from Portland In just seven day and
20 hours. Of this tlm almost tnr
days were spent at the enda of the line
receiving and discharging freight The
steamer is scheduled to go out tomor
A portion of the coal cargo whlclt waa
brought from Newcastle. N. 8. W, by
ths British ship Blythswood, will do ais
charged at Astoria, and it will probably
ba a week yet before the yesse comes
up to Portland.
Oil carriers .Whlttler and Ascunslon.
ar at - Portsmouth,- discharging liquid
fuel, arriving last night from San Fran'
Cisco. . . ' .
' MARINE NOTES.
Astoria. Nov. H.-Condltlon of th
bar at $ a. m.. moderate; wind southeast;
weather cloudy. Arrived at 1:4$ a. m.
and left up at. :30" a. m., steamer Eu
reka from San Francisco; arrived down
at $ a; m., steamer Columbia; arrived
at 7:16 a. m. and left up at 10:40 a. m.,
steamer Atla from San Francisco: ar
rived at 10 a. m., British shlj Dunboyne
from callao; arrived at a. m.. a tour
masted Mhiniiwr.' - - --.
Astoria., Nov. 13. Arrived downier
S:$0 a. m., German steamer Nlcnmedlai
left up at :o a. ra. schooners Virginia,
Mabel Gala, -Erie and Crescent; arrived
at $:30 a. ni, and left up at S:$0 a, m
steamerr-Homer- from San- Francisco;
arrived st a. m. and left up at :
a. m.. steamer Wasp from San Fran.
Cisco; arrived down at A a. m. and aalled
at S a. m., steamer Northland for San
Francisco; arrived down at 10:10 a. m,
British steamer Abergeldl; arrived at
1 p. m., steamer Ascunslon from San
Francisco; arrived at 1:40 p. m. and left
up at :S0 p. m., steamer Whlttler from
San Francisco; arrived at $:1 p. m. and
left up at :10 P. m., steamer Olympla
from Beattle. . ' i
San Francisco, ', Nov. "II. Sailed
steamer Costa Rica for Portland.
- San Francisco.- Nov. -1$. Balled at
11:30 a, m., steamer Senator for Port
land. - . . .
UNIQUE ARGUMENT FAILS
TO SAVE TUXEDO
Attorney Cleason Holds Police
men Incompetent to Judge
rtrcult court this morning arguments
were heard in the case of the city
against McOilnn A Johnson, , former
proprietors of rlhe Tuxedo ssloon, on
Alder street. 'They were charged with
permitting ' women under the age of
21 in their saloon. : .'"'
Petectlvea Kay and Jones raided the
Tuxedo, July IS, and found a number of
men and women In the place. One girl.
If years of Rge, was In a maudlin state
of Intoxiratlon. McGIInn is said to have
carried the Rlrl to sn up-stairs room in
the hope that the officers might not find
Attorney Jamea Oleason. represent
ing the defense, insisted this morning,
that the arresting policemen were "in
competent to testify concerning; - '-the
girl's age. He contended that on must
hav been present at th birth before
he could testify of his own knowledge
concerning another's age. '
The Jury1 was out a brief, time' and
returned a yordlct of guilty. "
OLD ROMAN WALL FOUND
IN HEART OF LONDON
(Joarsal Special Bereles.)
''London, ' Nov. 1. In Jewry street,
Aldgate, th demolition of some old
buildings haa brought to light a splen
did specimen of the old Roman wall of
1ondon In a good state of preservation
It was, found about eight feet below
the street level. It is about eight feet
high snd nine feet thick. Three tiers
ar of tile, th other part being built
In cubes and the wall Is a perfect speci
men of Roman masonry. Great car
has been taken to preserve th wall as
a memorial of early London.
PRINTING HOUSES MOVE- -"
TO GET RID OF STRIKES
(Jesrsat Rseelal errtce.l
-Chicago, Nov. 11. Th Chicago Com
mercial association, formed to promote
the growth of Chicago and prevent the
removal of factories, upon being , In-1
formed tnai jvv institution employing
"Tali Is so time for mirth ar taught-,
Tla the cold (ray Jo of the ltxaln( after."
' There will b no "mernlng after," If
you will carrv a box Of CALIFORNIA
PRUNH WAFKR9. snd take a few fce.
fore going to bed. They will . yon ll
right and tone you up before breekfaet
100 Wafers 25 Cents
S. 0. 1 Bkldssore k Co.. Drari. 1 1
Xaira SV, sol aff eat lot ei .., v. .
Any or all of
water front; ?
depth 600 feet;
40 feet water
harbor line; -railroadfacilities
; xA bargain.
351 Stark Street
Marquam Grand Theatre
noTPmiMr lev i n
la Beortk rbxal Grratrat Drama,
PRICES 3Se, .ftc, aoe, T8. $1. "fats sre
dw erlllDg. -
Marquam Qrand Theatre
Pbooe stain K.
TONIGHT AT S:l O l'fXJCK.
Bleharda A Prluglc'a Taonua Colored
Qeorgla Minstrels r-
THB RRAIi rCItMAKHRS. '
POPttAB PRICKS 35c, S6, 40e, T6; Boxes
-"peraeeat hlgasooa, Ceacert la front theatre
T:W a. sa. ,
Bclasco Theatre uZmh
,y . BZLABOO XAYpB. VBOFS.
X. B. Pruw. 0a. Ufi. X. L. Beekett. Xes. ltEri
. ignui, iiiimu viu -
LAST WPEX ipr . TH . BOM ATig, ACTpB
& Bleeart ataariUU's ttraat Beeeees '
Kvealags, Ke t T5e; Matinee. Batorday asd
1 senaey, w m owe. -- -
Next Week, gtsrtlsg With Matinee Bosdsy,
-'' " "THX FATAX 0AR.H -
Oiegea Tkestr On,
: . Bee. Z' Beker, Xgr.
TamhlHnd Third eta. Ptmw Mils
, - Heats ef Mualral - BorWeaee. -
KOTT Barrmla Matinee WedBMday, S IS sV
si., ae to sny at.
; TONIGHT TONIOirr '
T. W. Dtnktn's ramona Banty Hhew, Mai tea I
, BorlesiBie BxtraTagania,
Erenlng nrlrea. Jb, iwV. flop, TH matlnve
aatnrday tlaat ewfiirmance), l.V. 3Ac, Hoc, 60c.
Matliw Vt-Mlnwdar. iKVe to any srat.
Next Week "THB PARISIAN BELLES.
THE OR AND
ZIVK'g TBATISTT CO.
And Cbern ef Daaeing Birla.
A UREAT t'AST. '
Beaded by Tony Weat. Mann end Franka,
Franrea Gray and a Merry, Jolly. Shapaljr.
- Ringing.-ttaneing sn-WeH-Drlll rhurae f
liinirl lH'"'-L" 1L ""'"rj, Rnndajs and
knlldays. rwfrrad erau on fewer Buor dally
SMtlnt-ra, entire lower joc lOe; box aeeta, lie.
rOlBTH AND STABK aTREKTS. .
Manaremeet ef Keatlns A Tiood.
SEAAOM B OBBAIEST BII.L. -Ken
Bebaildt. Lee White.
Bedel nh Xaklaad. Bally sad Devi.
Marine Bietoras. - Beleetee Orobaatim.
rertormanree oallr at 1:30, T:' and s. si.
AdmlMlon,EN snd TWENTY eesta.
. . Bad sad 0111 Weed.
Mix Xleeaer Janklae.
IHaaieBd. Kay A Oe. Paarle sad OissMat,
. Cooler sad ateOalr.
Mr. Trad' Fariatea.
OeiMral adnlaaloa lOrn erenlnn, Sundays Snd
halldara. reerrred etau ea lower Boer 20c: box
saats KSc. - . . , -
' LYRIC THEATRE
WZEX ITABTIXa MOXVAT, BOYZMBIB I.
"The Heart of Steel."
A Comedy-Dram f tae Axiaeaa Berder,
Admlasioa loe, Beerrved Seats S0e.
, Utb and Morrtoon.
rsea Mala JIT. ,
MILTOX W. ftKAMAX. Manasr.
rortlasd S Popvlar ruirnouae.
Tonight AH Week Matinee Saterday,
Tae Merry. Jingling Mnelcal Cbntedy, '
A stelans" ef hnmer, dancing, alntln and
aiaaleel naaibar. direct rrom w lork City,
- RVBviNo PRtrra is. . as, ac 4-...
MATINBB PH1C1M lur. IV, Sir.
- tfrxT -wrrK rrokfn hr a rt.'
26.000 men. had left tee city ta th last
few years, tsegala alarmed at th
eiodu of Industrie at various kinds.
Now come the Informattoa that th
large printing firms that compose the
C'htt-ag TytxHhetae, -harassed beyond
rbiduranra by a succession of strikes are
ennetdeHns; a general exodus to small
tn"n '.-here Immunity from labortrou
ble Is erimrsnteed.
' Tlie Inauguration of the eKolus came
to Itt-ht throtiuh th removal of the -ti.hl
Mimnnt of Pfromherg. Allen A Co..
lil-h employs ISO men snd women. Jt
li'M now developed that otlir firnn
' jxlnif In the nolnlihorh't'""! nf I.fc'i'1
v. ii'-n are preparing to tnke . 1 1 i,
TO SILSCT FROM.
SI A WEEK
. b vajfZae.
$1 A WEEK
- BLABXZTS. 1
50c A WEEK
- BRTeSELS, '
$1 A WEEK
HOLMES A ' ZDWARDS
ABB ALL KIMDB OF
FAJtCT WABB FOB
50c A WEEK
BAROAINS AWAIT TOTS
IB THIS DZPARTMZNT.
WB MEED THB BOOM
FOB HOLIDAY . OOODS.
50c A WEEK
SOMZ EXTRA '
50c A WEEK
OF ALt KIBDS.
ZTS, WATER SETS,
- LAMPS. - -
50c A WEEK
OTTR eradrt visa Is year eredit plan
made foe yoav Bay what yea want,
ay wkat yea esa eal wkea moat eaa
yenloati We doa't nrge yoa to promiaa
10 per mora eaea or monia uu jwm
eaa ooaveaieatly spue. We prater t
make the parmeata small sad string
.1 k . 1 k-
The Store WVors Teas Credit Xa Bead
Has his straight honest way
of doing business.' We do
exactly as . we advertise
with the purchase of a Man's
or Youth's Suit or Overcoat
we give you an order, good
until Thanksgiving day, for
a turkey absolutely" free- of,,
"charge. This is (lie best ni"
ducement " you ever had.
You can also do well wrtli
us on Shoes, Hats, ''Pants,
Shirts and Underwear as
well as Blankets, Comfort
ers, Trunks and Suit Cases.
We Run Two Stores: Con
ner First and Yamhill and
Corner Third and Davis.
No matter what your demands,
we ean satisfy- you. .. ..
We hav th beat make to se
lect from and at prices that you
are Justified in paylnsr.
Should you want a second-hand
piano we hav a number of ttsnd
ard make ran(ln( In price from
$50 Up to $2C3
Terms of payment to suit pur
ehsser. - ,
Dundore Piano Co.
B33 WABBUBTOTOBT ST.
Treatta hare wheel with elertrllte
snakes White River r'hmr dlrterent from
other hard wheat flours.
By context with llshtnlna nhat(cr.l
sir while In th lat..r of the mill, ti
wheat oil is eapellml, lenvlns the nutrt
tlve values or the rll.r-i il ' J
Tflnoatem wheat In an easily jl o -'- i
' TM prru- H mU.r '
the fl.-nir ( imp.m in-.v 1 - -of
'" ' ' ' 1 i "
bronil-ml- 'i" - ' '
While I r :
. .f '. ! '
1 111.131 1 U
credit. l mm
.A , -ev.