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THE OREGON. DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. THURSDAY" EVENING, DECEMBER ,7. 1605.
."Tie Olrl With the Orm &
"A Jolljr amerlras Traiap"
."The Sum aud Strip.."
, Not one cnt will D. Halstrom receive
"from the Paclflo Hardware A Bteel eora
' pany for the lose of an eye while In the
employ of the corporation. He had ued
for 110,000 damage for the lose of hi
- cye on May IK. At that time Ilalatrom
waa en Raged in caatlng window weight
for the company and had aa an aaaiatant
a workman who he allege waa unfit for
. the work, although he had been ordered
- to do It by the company aupertnten-
-dentrWhll pouring the metal Into a
mold, some of. the liquid flew up Into
- the faoe of Ilalatrom. The accident waa
aald to have cauaed the loaa of an eye.
The caae waa tried before a. Jury In
Judge Sear' court, waa aubmltted. yea
terday afternoon and the aealed verdict
- read at the opening of court thla mom
Jng. ,, ' , . .
The following .officer have been
elected by Bumner post No. 12. O. A. R.:
Commander, It H. Pierce; aenlor vice
commander. O. A, Prentice; Junior vice
commander, AV A. Braden;' chaplain,
Charlea H, Campbell; aergeartt; W. J.
"Ilenderaon; quartermaater, Qeorg H.
Kllner; officer of the day. A. C. Ed
munda; officer of the guard, Daniel
A Turly; council of administration trua
teea, M. I Pratt and A. D. Sharno;
employment and relief committee, N. I
' Smith and W. J. Hendereon; delegate
. to the atat encampment, W. J. Hender
eon, Oeorg A. Prentice, J. A. Braden,
3. W. Brock: alternate delegate. ft.
-IIMUU. D. Weaver. Charlea H. Campbell,
Oeorge P. Merrill. Officer will be In
stalled at the firat meeting in January.
At the recent meeting of the Evening
Star grange No. IT. Patrona of Hus
bandry, J. J. Jobnaon, who . ha served
"a maater for two years, waa reelected.
Other" offlcera were chosen a follows:
Mia Hilda Buckman, overseer; Mrs. IL
I Vale, lecturer; Plymptoir .Kelly,
' chaplain; Mia Julia Spooner, aecreUry;
B. J. Spencer, steward; Carl Emery, as
sistant steward; ' Mr. - Nichols, gate
keeper; J. W. Brdck. treasurer; Mrs. K.
Nlblln. Ceres; Mrs. Beckner. Pomona;
Mrs. Jenema, .Flora; Mrs. Eaton, lady
Reports to the state board of health
from thepenltentlary and Insane asylum
are to the effect that condltlona are
. more favorable . at those Institutions
than for years. There tire comparative
ly few caae of tuberculosis at .either
- Institution. The annual meeting of the
board of health will be held at Balem
Monday, when reports will be read from
the different Institution , The board
will then make Its recommendation fer
the coming year. J --
Winnie Lelseert. a Carman girl. IT
years of age, waa injured thla morning
and ha been taken to tne oood Bman
tan hospital. She waa stepping from a
atreetear and aome one evidently placed
hla foot on her dreaa accidentally, caus
ing her to fall to the street Her head
. vu bruised, but when Dr. A. C. Panton,
- - th physician of the company, examined
' the girl, he found nothing serious, and
assurance 1 given that ahe will recover
quickly. - --
... r The iCoonctt of Jewish 'Women held
It monthly meeting yesterday afternoon
"" at the Belllng-Hlraoh hall, Secretary
Mrs.' Blgmund Blchel presiding, in the
" absence of the president. Mies Mae
' Hlrsch read the paper on current events.
Bhe spoke feelingly of the Russian
massaeree. Mia Boskowlta gave an
interesting Pgnor on Prrvfiia
Entirely new paraphernalia has been
installed In the E. w. Moore photograph
gallery, Elk' building. Seventh and Oak,
thua completing the- equipment that
places thhr famous art atudlo In the
front rank of such Institutions of the
world ; There I absolutely nothing that
ran be added to the gallery to enhance
Tlje railroad announce rates of one
and a third fare for the round trip to
enable atudenta at schools and college
to go home for the Christmas holiday
The rate on the Northern Pacific are
effective returning to January 9, and
apply only on tickets having a minimum
fare of ft.
Thomas N. Strong returned from the
east yesterday. He reports that the
bnalnesa outlook there was very bright
In New Tork. Boston and Philadelphia,
notwithstanding the little money short
age, the feeling was that 190 was going
k. a imp nmtfi.miil ....
The Multnomah Prohibition Alliance
will hold Ita regular monthly business
meeting Friday evening, December I,
at the T. M. C. A. auditorium. W. 8.
U'Ren will peak on the Initiative and
referendum and the proposed constitu
Penney Bros. Friday Special Four
big bargains In wine; $1.60 grade of
White Port at II per gallon; 11. to Ma
deira, II per gallon"; 11.10 Angelica, II
per gallon; 11.60 Tokay, It per gallon.
Phone East zht. Free delivery. , I7
181 East Morrison. , v
Auction! Auction! Everything goes
oh second bid. ' No limit; .no reserve.
Diamond, watchea. Jewelry, cut glaaa,
silverware. Sales dally 2:30, 7:80. Beats
" for ladles. Loewensteln, SOttt Wash
.Ington tret . - ''(
-.. .tollman Bhenherd " introduced
resolution before the city council yeeter
- iMKiina tha chief of notice to at
tend the meetlnga of the council in ao-
-enrdanc with the provision or im city
charter. - : . ,
.. Ill eearret it If VOU mis th
baxaar at Bt. Patrick' Jmll, Nineteenth
and Savler treet. Cloe Saturday
evening. . . . ' ... .
' p.umnhiii aitvirea tell of the mar
ries ves tarda v In Council Bluff of
TEX OtZOOM WATI TrOWM
" . RATES t
n ittxct raoif sotxkbib a.
totting with hrsakfaet 9 1J9
Beon and boat fat day ".00
Eaota aid Board ..., .0
Breleat, to. Lonchaea.. Ma.
pwial Tloka. taaladUf r4tily
fare aa4 tlaas
peetal Tlokat, laaladlnf rwaa-trif ,
far. ea alckt'e Mta eae Una
CARS LEAVE ' .
tickit ornoi rtmtT axd alsei its.
Daily at :W. to, it to r m.f DM, t0.
v 1:40, tilt .
f ' lhon of Writs -
L. 0?J"crf'th. Manager
i ( - f now.
COX. TCKD AWD COVCX UTS. .
Opea BT and wight. ' v
Some Special Short Order
, . Dishes '
Steamed LitUe Neck Clam.. 20
Clara Bouillon v with . Toat and
Coffee .4 f
Scrambled Brain ..SCO
Cod Flan Ball IB
Corn Beef Hash with On Egg... .15
Spaghetti and Cheese. ........... .IS
Pork and Beans 15
Liver and Bacon...-....,.' ..15
Pork Tenderloin ....25
Coffee. Bread, Butter and Potatoes
with all orders. . - .
Blalagroom torn Xrftdie.
November Was Largest Irf At
tendance. Circulation and" ..
TOP FACE CHARGE
KInta Kasaoka and John A.
Hogan Arraigned n Presid
ing Judges' Court.
JAPANESE ASSERTS HE
STRUCK IN SELF DEFENSE
Hogin Sayt He Threw Up Umbrella
to Wd Off Blow From Voman
and Did Not Know Ht Had Killed
Her. ' "'.
FIVE HUNDRED NINETY-
SEVEN NEW MEMBERS
Percentage of Fiction Heading Falla
to Sixty New Book Displayed in
Children' Room to Give Mother
Ideaa for Chriatmas Purchaaea. '"
Th , Portland Library asaooUtion
director last night listened to the most
flattering report of growth that has
been given since the birth of the organi
sation. Mis Mary lom, librarian, re
ported that the month of November waa
the largest yet In attendance, circulation
and new membership. Thirty more
books were taken out . on an average
every day than In October and the larg
est day numbered a circulation of 726.
The total attendance for the month was
11.016,' and circulation 12,141.
During the month J7 neJ members
filed carda. so-that the entire number
la now almost 14,000. The percentage
of fiction reading, too, has fallen again
to 60 per cent.
The attendance In the reference-room
was larger than in October by S00, mak
ing It 1,07 S. u The children's room haa
been -receiving- many new member aod
it attendance the paat month waa 4,603.
with a circulation of 4.102. The fiction
percentage Is only 48. -
Preparation- are being made for tne
approaching holidays. A large collection
of new booka la to be put on display to
morrow afternoon and. will, remain for
a week to give suggestions to mother
for their Christmas . purchases. . They
represent all classes of books and will
b marked with the price snd th local
Starrs where they may be bought. The
travel stories will - be abandoned ' for
the rest of this month, and for the next
three Fridays Christmas stories will be
told by Miss Hassler to imbue the chil
dren with th Christmas spirit. A Tula
log I talked about a a possibility for
Two accused ' murderers - sat In the
courtroom of th presiding judge of th
circuit court thla morning. They were
Klnta Kasaoka and John- A. Hogan. th
former accused of murdering a, country
man and the latter of killing Mrs.
Louise Jenkins. Both of th alleged
crimes occurred last October in ' th
north and; both of the fatal assaults
were .made near midnight, and both vic
tims died within- a short time after the
attack had taken ttlace. .
This waa tha third and last day or
th Japanese trial and the beginning of
Hogan s. Th former waa tried before
a Jury In Judge Clelnnd'a court. ' Hogau
face a Jury before Judge Bear.
In closing his argument before th
Jury this morning in favor of th ac
cused Japanese, Henry IS. McGinn de
clared that the blows which cauaed the
death of Matau Sasaki were struck In
(elf-defeana. The attorney said that the
dead man Was a bully, a leading member
of a gang that terrorised the local Jap-
anese colony; that tha bully had been
angered bec&uae the boy. Kasaoka. had
taken the part of a waitress "whom the
gang were bullying; had assaulted the
lad. and In the fight that ensued bad
been stabbed to his death,"
. Telia of m Grudge.
Deputy District Attorney Harry Adams
closed the argument for th state. He
declared that the accused man had
grudge against his victim, and that the
clrcumatapcea tended to show tbaj . he
had followed Basakl and, when . the
chance arrived, killed- him.
While Henry E. McOInn, who plead
ing on behalf of hi client, and dining
the argument by Mr. Adams. John A
Hogan sat calmly and listened to the
questions propounded to his peers, who
were to paaa on th fact presented as
to the death of Mrs. Jenkins, The Jury
waa selected Nin a short time: Hogan
Is charged with murder in the second
degree. He Is defended by 8. H. Gruher,
while Deputy District Attorney Ous C
Moeer appear for th atat.
The-crlme of which Hogan la accused
wa . committed In a. hallway leading to
rooms above the Acme Reception saloon,
corner of Fourth and Davl street, on
the night of October 7. It is alleged
that "Mr. Loul's Jenk!na Was serving
drink to Inmate of th place,, when
Hogan. approached her-and offered
watch for sale. Bhe 1 said to "have
become offended and to have raised a
heavy 'tray she. waa carrying a If to
strike him. Hogan claim that he threw
up an umbrella .to ward off tb blow.
Th point of the umbrella . entered the
eye of the woman and pierced the brain,
' Korea 0a Self' ITp. '."
Although detective and pollcamen
scoured the oity In search of the al-
ii;e .co:.:pui:it cn -A
LITTLE 100 LATE
: ,BaaaawsaBsaaaaaaaar '
Little Egypt, of Seely Dinner
Fame, Too Expensive for
Baker Show, Anyway. ,
Bom one. who slrns himself .Th
Watch and Ward Society" haa objected
to allowing the London Gaiety Girl
burlesque show to enter the city on the
ground that It la corrupt and lnlqultoue.
But alas! Ilk the pardon, the protect
came too late. It rr ached the city coun
cil yesterday afternoon through the mail.
The ahow left town last Saturday arter
noon at the close of a prosperous week's
envnrement at tha Baker.
. The author of the objection mar oe
perfectly sincere, but his 'letter sounds
more like the effort of somebody whose
request for a paaa was turned down by
the manager. It reads:
"There Is a com Dan y of so-called play
ers booked at one of your theatres; the
name of the company 1 th London
Gaiety Girls. V - ' - ,
"This company should not be allowed
to play in your eltyc It Is of a low
character. The manager of this com
pany la a low fellow and make no pre
tentions of giving a clean performance,
but lust the reverse. ..-
"He carries with hi company ' th
notorious Little Egypt, and a cheap lot
of vulgar people. Hla advertising mat
ter Is lewd In the extreme. The show
should not be allowed to play In your
city. W stopped hla disgraceful per
formance twice In Brooklyn, alao Boa-
ton. Toronto and several other cities.
We ere determined to drive uch people
out of theatricals.
"WATCH AND WARD SOCIETY."
-r- The -city council - ordered th com
. Manager Baker wa extremely disap
pointed In not having learned sooner that
Little Egypt, a I sow per week topuner,
wa In th caat Patron of the ahow
will -regret also that ahe was not pla
carded ao that they might have atlfled
their curiosity concerning the heroine
of th Beely dinner.
One of th season's beat gam.
Oregon Agricultural college V. Mult.
nomah. Saturday, December - 9, Mult
nomah field, 1:10 p. m., rain or ahlne.
Admission fiOo. Get ticket at Schiller's.
Nau's. Row 4V Martin' and Hotel
ROLLER SKATING RINK
; December 11th :Z
Dofi't ml th opening. Learn to skate
with the crowd. Bee the exhibition In
trick and fancy skating. Catering to
ladle, gentlemen and children. Amuae-
T MERRILL'S HALL
SEVENTH AND OAK.
Admission 10c. Bkates 26c. Union music.
New' Cook added to th library last
month numbered 602 and 626 werai
catalogued. ' In the periodical-room
there was an attendance of 6.008.. The
school collections have ill been sent out.
There-are .60 school to which they are
ent, making 117 collection in use since
the class-room library haa been adopted,
The books numbered 2.200, and 1.400
have been sent out in the 20 collections
for adult reading at a many station.
A Hat of book ha been arranged and
published for reading on the subjects
given by. the Sons of the Revolution for
their competitive esftay contest . These
have been sent to th principal of the
school for posting. ,
Th changes among th assistants In
dud the transference of Miss- Hnge
from, the periodical to th cataloguing
departing. Ml Ooetsman succeeds her.
Miss Miriam MacRae Of Toronto has
Joined the stsff. ....
The library I to be closed to the pub
lic Wednesday. December 20, and the
morning of Thursday, December 21, for
purposes of Inventory.
Everett O. Starr and Miss Minor Crane.
Mr. Starr la a member of the local
brokerage firm of Overbeck, Starr
Cooke company 'and 1 well known
throughout the Pacific coast statea.
Miss Cran was a resident of Council
Bluffs. A tour of th country will com
pose the wedding Journey. Afterward
a trip to Honolulu, i planned. Mr. and
Mra. Starr will make their home In Port
land. ' ,
r ' --
tSO rewaiM will be paid for proof that
any talking machine equal an Edlaon
phonograph. Complete stock, caah or
Installments. Portland Phonograph
agency, 141 Sixth, corner Alder. ,
Cash or Credit Watches. Diamonds,
Jewelry and Bllverware on easy weekly
payments. 61 down, 60o per week; open
evenings. Metsger A Co., Jeweler and
Opticians, 111 Sixth street , . - -
Bankrupt Bel Clothing, gents fur
nishing goods, hats, capa, trunks, va
lises, boots, shoes, etc., at greatly re
duced prloea. To be old in 80 day.
232 Firat street . '
Eye weak Doe It pain. them to
read' thl type? Be George Ruben
stein, 181 Fourth etreet, scientific op
Jone loose leaf ledger and Eureka
sheets; first prise st exposition. How,
Davis Kllham. Ill Second street
We are still selling, those collar eye
glasses; perfect fit guaranteed.
Metsger Co., Ill Sixth street
' Berk, the jeweler, sell ladle' 10-year
filled Elgin or Waltham watch for 112
and up. 1!Q7 Morrison street
Merchants lunnh 15 Sunday chicken
dinner 16c Palm rea'aurant, II Sixth.
' Portland's best danrlhg school,' 201
AJder. Prof. Rlngler.. Miss Buckenmejrer.
Dr. Wells Uobart-Curtla. Maln 1622.
Dr. Theo Fessler. 41T Ablngton bl.lg.
Fine chicken dinner 16c 112 Third.
.Th Vegetarian cafe, 1 OS Sixth. '
Frits' tsmnle are th best .". 1.;
Where to Dine.
Merchants lunch.- 18 cents; special
chicken dinner Snnday.4S6 rente." Craft'!
restaurant, 186-187 Fourth street.
until October 10, when Hogan walked
Into the police station, informed Chief
of Police Grltsmacher that he had read
In Th Journal of a woman having, been
killed by an umbrella thrust and that
he might have been the man wanteo.
"After ho had visited the aaloon in
question, had thrown up his umbrella
tn want off tha trav. Hoswn went to his
room." . said Attorney Gruber in his
opening remarks before the Jury, "the
same room he bad bean occupying while
in the city. He stayed about the town
for three days afterward without any
attempt to conceal himself, and then
when he read In a newspaper of the
death of - the woman he west to the
police station and Informed th chief
that he might be the man they were
looking for. Do theae appear to b tb
act of- a murdererf
The following ara the Juryment -leeted
to paa upon th guilt or Inno
cence of Hogan: M. Veretelg. J. B. Kel
logg. J. E. JJLathbun, C. C. Erlckon. D.
D. McRrlde, E. P. Walte, Alexander
Mulr. Charlea J. Allen, J. C. Scott John
A. Bell, Charlea Cleveland ana u. u.
The first witness called . wss C F.
Egby, a barber who is said to have
ahaved off Hogan's mustache on the
J night of October 7. On the wltneas-
stanu tnis raoruina iar
he wa not sure that Hogan waa th
man whom h had haved. '-""'. "
PAINTER OF. GAME BIRDS
AND ANIMALS IN TOWN
R, La Barr Goodwin, on of th moat
famous American artlats, is at th
Portland hotel with Mra Goodwin. Mr.
Goodwin hss won distinction chiefly a
a painter 6t gam birds and animal.
He la engaged at present InTproductng
a picture to be entitled "Oregon Game,"
which will be exhibited at the Manhat
tan Athletlo club in New Tork and later
In Boston. Samples of Mr. Goodwin's
work are on exhibition at th Portland
hotel and the Commercial club. The
pictures hav attracted a great deal of
attention. : . J '
Mra Goodwin ha alao achlvd dis
tinction a a painter. Her specialty
la fruit, and in reproducing currants
she 1s said to hav no equal.
Mr. Goodwin has studied thoroughly
th game of America. In recent year
he has visited Canada and the western
part of he United Btates in purauance
of hla studies. The - past? three years
have been spent on th Pnclflo coast
H I orlgtnully from New Tork, wher
he achieved prominence In art circle.
He later lived In Washington. D. C. but
ha pnt a number f year In th
wot. ... ...... ...j
Not Selling Out
But treating every one of
our patrons so as to be sat-
icfiavl nl rati 'spin. ft we
expect to remain in business.
Our motto is good quality
and small profits. We offer
you a Man's or Boy's Suit or
Overcoat for $6, $7.50,
910. 12.50 and 915. the
same kind you pay from
$2.50 to $5 more for at the
high rent stores. We offer
you a nice line of Hats from
$1.50 up to ?3; big assort
ment of Pants from 91.50
up to 95; fancy patterns in
Shirts from 50t to 91.50;
big line of Underwear from
50 to 9150: a general
I' line of Shoes from 50 to
93.50 ; complete line of
Trunks, Suit Cases, Blankets
and Comforters at 20 per
cent less in price comparison
with other stores. Strictly
one price; goods marked in
plain figures. ,
First and Yamhill
and Third and Davis
TRY IIS TILL AFTET
CHRIST, LI AS
Anyway, now that you ar buy
preparing for that happy day.
W will do your . 1
Washing at 6C Per Ponnd
About th price of your op suda
and send it horn to you nicely
.ironed by steam. ,.
CALL IP 111 ALU 333
And we'll tell you all about It
We call f6r and deliver.
EOOXO AJTD OOLVMSU. , Xf
AjnTCTlCBSfTS. . .'
13TTZ7UrATIOsXAXi " '
TUG OF WAR
EIGHT NATIONS - SEVEN DAIS
6ZTE1ITH AsTD OAS STaXITS.
Ireland, JTorway, Finland. Sweden. 8r
: many, Sootlaad, Canada, Amerloa,
Owittnaln Each Nlsht to aad lacladlag
Costest for Cbsaiploashl sad Gold Medals.
Admission SSo. Kesarved Beats SOo.
Marquam Grand Theatre
rrlil.y and Katrrday Xlrtta. Kev. a e a,
1'iif LL.AK j'HU a atAiinaa uiuv
liavcrly's Mastodon Minstrels
BI'lOER AND BETTI5B THAN STIR,
PHIPEa Nlfht. 2Se, We, Kx-. TBe sad 81.
Matinee, adnlla, Scie; gallery, sSe. CJII-
dren, 8Re anr plaee.
WATCH FOR PARAHB AT HIOH KOON.
SKATS KOYf BKLMNU.
Beiasco Theatre Shx
BELASOO MATES. VKOM.
lata aad Wash. ata. . U Saekejlt, . Mgr.
TOinOHT MATIltES SATITSSAT,
The Greatest Drama tie "Sacersa af the- aecaes.
' CITD1 riTCTI'S 80CIETT COMEDX, '
"The Girl With the
PRICES Klght. ISe to TBe. Mats.. SB-BOe.
-,. Btartlng With Mallae. Meat. Boadty. . . ,
THE OEXT WAT." :
Oregea neatr Oe.,
Oee. L. BaJur,.MT.
TtBhlTl and Third Bts.' Phone Mala 1BOT. "
SATURDAY EVENING, DEC. 9
Miss Anna Loubet
I The leading slssers, reeltatloalsts and general
r.n'f"ln'if "fi ''"r"'IMt V1 I ennrrllmta.
1 TTcketa, 50 ceota, escnaueahle Imoiedlatelr
lor reserve 'seats st boa erane, a sale at
OLDS. WOBTMAS EJ0 .
WOODAKD A CLAEXE AXO
BXISMOKK DEUO CO.
.1. Milwaukis Country Club.
Eastern and Seattle racea Take Sell
wood and Oregon City ear at First and
Alder. , " - ' ' .
To Orgaals Boys' Olnb.
A meeting will be held Friday, night
at t o'clock at the' Fourth. Presbyterian
church, Firat and Qlbbei tret, South
Portland, to explain th work that I
k.i. .., tha r M c A There
will b a lecture; inutriea oy aiersop-
tlfon visa's, and Miss Kufth will .sing
After the lecture a Boys' club wllUb!
orgsnlsed under the auspices of the I
Hunday School and Library association. ,
It m Ihit all tha bovs and
young men In South Iortland attend and
help the organisation. . '
i '-- - .
- lrf erred Btock Cashed Oooda.' J
Allen Lewi' Beat Urerjd.. -
' : I -' ' " . ""
Of Grover Cleveland if,. bat
EVERY young man of the present
day-should poises a sound com
mercial training. ' ' "
. We are of the ame opinion, and
know thaf. a man' futur wholly
depend "on his education.
Wa teach all buaineaa branchea.
: We have the LARGEST tii
neM college in the northwest. "Our
eiuipment tiniurpasned anywhere.-Coma
and lea us.- -r -
Elks' Bid., Sevanth and Statk Sta.
" OPEN DAY. AND NIGHT.
lltb aa4 MorraMa.
Paone Mala 11T.
MILTON W. 8EAMAN. Managsr.
TOaiUHT U W(U,
THE MABTEU MKLODKAMATIO COMEOT-
"A Jolly American Tramp" '
By Edw. B. Kidder, Author of "PtseefBl
Valler." "A Hoof Relation." ete.
HOMELI nt'MOR. TENPKR TOUCUE8,
A Parennlal pet with Thratre-Qoers Thraagboat
Evening Prices 18e, Efte, 6Be, 60e; awtjaee,
10e. 15e, 2fte.
Beat Weeh-"The Slri rresa Swedea."
Orsgea Theatre 0.,
UUllVI B IIVUll V i n.ar. Mar.
THE HOME Of Mf-RICAI, BI TII.ESQCB. '
Reslsra Msttne Batarday, Laat Pertbraaaee
Miner's Merry Barlesquers
More glrle, nor soars, stare knmor, e mix
ture of all good things In burlesqae: 6
etimptete bvrlettas. "A Nlsht oa the Bow
ery,' and "Dr. Bbs.' As alio - eympTlelnf
American sod Earopean vasdevllle artlats.
KVK.JN(I PRICEH 2Se. kV, 60s. TOe. Bat
nrdaT end Busday natlnees, ISe, Me, One and
60e. Wednesday nstlnee (speelal). ifte to
any seat. Next week Carr's "Thoroughbreds"
Burleaqoe Compeny. Phone IsOT.
WZXX BTASTnta MOEDAT, DECEMBEB 4
A FATBIOTIO SSAMA IV FOBS ACTS.
ADMISSION lee, RESERVED BEATS, We '
Liberty Theatre IIS
- Maaasemeat ef Seatlag rioeA. .
JOHN MAVDT, the Oraat Faatare Aot,
r . THE EL1IOTTS.
ISO WHITE. -j :
BOYD AND TAN NT 8.
BIOOEAPK BELECTED OBCHESTBA.
Ptrfnrinanres dally at t SO. 11 sad p. M.
ADMISSION TEN AND TWENTY CENTS.
Matlases, 10ei ev'
TEOttET CAB TBJO.
Harold Horr. .
'g. 10a, ao) bamas. Me
. THEATBB .
, WTEX or
. rrlesew, ...
WEBT LA BITE.
Blebard. Beklnssa ,
SO WALL A-IBTTNO.
MISS XITTIE WALSH.
Katiaeee, 10a I av'fa, 10s, 0c besas, fa
Miss Edith Kelly
roraaerly ef Chleago. srfll reeslve nlane pnyll
al studio, lrl ItwtMdale (rihaaath) at.
Teles Prndnefloa. Pipe Orem. Mirwnef sr.
r..mpoelll.n. Studio of IBtiatCE W, .D
aUClt, bott BelaMat street, i'hum Be ..
Tbe stare b epe rreainr. T
bad battaaweuaM la earlr Wf lbs
fbM rea vrsat Is bum.
if yos Ilea eat Mrtland. write
aa a televbaaa as sad we will re
serve s pUm t-w yoa. Aa siatire
f fart, yo vttU aftaks ao siutafce
If yea bay east ef th-ee rtaiM i
ear mr ee." without aeeta tbe
InetraBirnt et ell. Several plauna
were bonsht that wr Snrins eur
Uold Medal" aeto br' eat-o' tow
people. Ibost rab are anion eae
beet-pleaaed KUUtmm. We take
Krttealar palne . wtlb aet-ef-tews
tlaaaa. , ' . ,
Do you want a piano-player for a third of ita onginal cost? We
received in trade aeveral piano-playera.. They ara all of atandard
make and all of the best known ones will be found in tha list. lnea
piano-playera sell for $200 to $350 by the respective dealers who
handle them. . ' .v .. - . 1 i '
Theae piano-playera are all in excellent condition and are abao-
.llitely.aa good as new- ' - i - '. ' .''- , ""'-i-'-
'We Will sell them for from to.Bisu. .-. f
- iIf you want a piano-player cheap, come in and look over these
"exchanges." , , ' ' ' , ' " " :'" '
Remember the prices, $75 to $150 original coat $200 to $35q. ,
V EXCHANOED PIANOS
We will aoon ba able to add a few more pianoe. to the "ex
changed" list. M -'"'-!.. ".- "
We have five beautie from our Salem branch. They will be out
of the shop tomorrow.- Watch for announcement of makes and pneea.,
Partial list and prices: ' 1 . f '
- These Kimball Pianos ar prac-; ,
FilfD ' ' ?icaUy ?tw- T,hey we, t!,.Ulie!J EEchanged
Kinmburv. Tha regular agents
of the Kimball ask $J8S. Our
price leaa than half. All nice
catea. : -v -
Regular price $300.
(Tbe weestoel -
Smith : :
Regular price $400. '
Thla li a beautiful Piano with s
fine case and a splendid tone
Regular' price $450.
Regular price $325.
' a '
We got this Piano in s trade with
This Piano ia in fine condition.
Sella regularly for $325.
Regular price $400.
Sale Price :
' Exchanged '
Sella' regularly for'SpJJjf.
Sale Price -'
and n a Piano bargain at
price. . - " . -: --
' . -"-V
al: -, Exchanged
Piano ia in fine condition; regular Sale Price
price is $350. ' $225
gtnt for t'l ri"o .Sale PnaL-i
price it at $300.
Allen & Gilbert-Ramaker Co. ;
Sixth and Morrison
The Oldest, tarweat aad Braeet Siaae a4
Orcaa Keea la the VaeUe Verthweat. .
CUT GLASS FOR
W save our order for, cut a;tae mbnths aao. with th distinct
underaUndlnc that concession be allowed that would enable -n.
to offer the best valuea in Portland for th holiday. - Thl assort
ment 1 th hlsheet Brad American cutting and by th moat
highly-skilled artisans, cut from the clearest of crystal blanks
not cheap-looklns" piece) In th collection.
We hav very pretty celery tray, bon-bon" dlabe. cream tray,
cplv dlsha,'berry bowl and an endless variety of beautiful little
piece. ... "'.-.. .
Don't wait until th lsst moment, -when crowds of Chrlstma
ahnnnera are selecting their purchasea, but com thla. -week or
early next, while th assortment la com pie t a. . W ar at your
ervlce and will Uy away until called for any article you select ,
Don't torget that we have an endless variety 'of silver novel
ties and Jewelry of all klnda appropriate for Christmas giving.
. 4i . .
For the Holidays 17c Clizr
the Mowing Baroains
Crystallized Rock snd Rye, a bottle. . ... ............ 50
01d Californis Sweet Wines, a bottle.......... ....... 25"
Full Quart Mellwood Whiskey, a bottle. . ......... r,91.p0
Full Quart A. D. G. Rye, best made, a bottle. .. . .. . .91.-5 ,
Q4d and mellow Gold Spray Bourbon, a bottle 75f?
Claret, Zinfandel and Burgundy, per gallon. ,C0 to 91.00
California Port, Sherry, Angelica, Muscat, perjfallon ?1.CD j
Finest assortment of Cordials and Importf i Li-ors, Scotch, i
Irish, Norwegian and Swed;:h V.: " ;