The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, May 11, 1906, Page 7, Image 7

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THE OREGON' - DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND FRIDAY ' EVENING; MAY 11,' 1C03. 1 : i
- - XLHIRD-ST, CNow Ooenl
irftT-IL.. . - - : ' : ." ,. - - - ' ';- - . ' -
IRTHS
CAUSE FAILURE-
Visits of Stork Altogether Too
Frequent for Insurance Con"
; ;"cern in Bay State. ,
ASKS COMMISSIONER
r TO WIND UP AFFAIRS
-Estimate Come Under Actual Births,
"Forcing Company to Quit Business
. Between JFUtyJand - Sixty JTboiu
and Dollars Outstanding. '
(Joornal BpcUI BtTTk.)
Boaton, May 11 Because the actual
1 aaaashuectts haa promt!
- greatly in exceas of tha estimated birth
"rata ri which It experts have) figured
-tha American Birth Inmnmc company
of Maaaachuatta haa found It Impossi
ble to do business at a profit
' Tha company la sard to be unique In
tha United States, Although still ad
vent, accordlna; to - tha statement of
offlcera of tha company, and abla In
. pay outstanding- clalma, . tha company
found Itself drifting ao rapidly toward
Insolvency that application! waa made
to the Insurance commtssloaor to hava
-Ha affaire wound up. ...
The amount art inauranca paid on tha
birth of a child varied from ISO to Bey
era! hundred . dollar, according to the
amount of assessment paid, land figur
ing on tha baala of normah birth) rata
0 1AIIY
: . r : r : Tb Perfect Food" ; -V:
, Baked 'crisp and brown, every
grain of the ffialteH wheat ;a
wifer-like flake, " Malta-Vita is the most'
: healthful food in the world. "There is no
otherv food so , good tjo eat, sp appetizing,, so
delicious. -Ko-.otiier iooA has that delicate, satisfying
Malta-Vita taste. vFor those who have eaten Malta-Vita
a perfecFlreaifast is next to impossible without it.
JAnd it's just as good at any other time. Try some today with
milk, cream or fruit All grocera sell Malta-Vita v - r
experts declare that the amount tf bus!
neaa dona ahould have been sufficient
to jihow a handsome-profit. At the
present time there la aald to he out
atanding aome 150,000 to $40,000 Inaur
ance. .... . v
HELD tHREE YEARS
-v
AWAITING SENTENCE
(Ppeelal Dispatch to Tli Journal)
1 Walla .Walla,Waalw May 11. Oacar
Bradnhaw, convicted of murdering Peter
Nelson, a -Swede harvest hand, in a box
ear at Pnnoo nearly four years ago, will
be taken to Fasco Monday to appear
In the superior court or Franklin county
for resentence.- r -
Bradshaw'a case haa been1 one of tha
moat unique In tha history of the atata.
Soon after hla conviction and sentence
to -dcath.the records inhis case dla
appeared and for three rears , ha haa
bce.n.Onflned In tha Waila-Walla eounty r
Jail for aafekeeplng. - He- waa taken to
Paaco twice before for resentencing, but
through-. aome terhnlratJaw point tha
death aentenqo - haa never been pro
nounced "again. .'
BRlDGrC0NTRACT$ARE-
GIVEN SALLLAKElFIRM
(Bneolnl PltnatrHtn The Jnunul.)
f Walla Walla. - Wash., May - U.-r-The
county cnmmlaalonere yesterday awanl-
ed to P. 8. aterday Co., a Salt Iake
firm, the contract for building two steel
brldg-ea cross the TOuchet.: l" X. Hunt
waa awarded the contract for tha care
of the county poor during the coming
yearr hla bid being 11,100..
' Ballroe d Aa-eat Piosaotaal -
- 4Knrlal DlaMtek to Tn Joarnal.l
Walla Wallar Wash., May 11. E. I
Thompson, formerly agent for the O. R.
N. at Pomeroy, haa been promoted to
the Walla Walla office., taking the place
of W. C. Dibble, wno takes the position
of chief clerk in the uptown office.
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MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS ILL
FROM HEART FAILURE
Celebration of Eightieth Birth
day Followed by, Several
Sinking Spells. r '. : ;
Joaral gpedal Berrle.)
New
York, May 11. Mrs. Jeffersor
Pavla Ilea
critically ill at her apart
menta In the Hotel Glrard In thla city
and her daughter, Mrs. J. Addison
Hayes, la hurrying hare from Detroit
Mra. Davla for many yeara haa been
a sufferer from heart falIureTh(jriy.i
naxtt wnornava Teen in nex
employ tori
yeaTa-haTrTfTwaya been near with
tank of oxygen at nee the present troubla
began.
:j On Monday Mrs. Daria-aLle!elnsleil tier'
eightieth birthday. In tha afternoon
accompanied by her malda, she took
long; drive through-Central park. When
she got bark to the "hotel ahe complained
of feeling III and grew rapidly worae.
A doctor waa aummoned. He admin
i-latered oxygen and powerful res
tore-
uvea and Mra. Davis was soon reatln
more comfortably.- Since then ahe haa
bndaeverljilnking spell
VICTIM OF CAVE-IN
IS EXPECTED TO DIE
(Saeelal Dtopatek to Tie Joonui.l
Walla Walla, Wash., May 11. Harry
Griffith, victim of a cave-in at the stone
quarries Of the Walla Walla. Construa
tlon company at Dixie early yesterday
morning, is expected to die. Orl ff ith
suffered a broken arm. a badly fractured
leg and five-broken rlba, bealdes Inter
nal injuries. v The accident occurred luat
aa t ne crew waa fixing a blast. Orlt
flth and two other men were caught
beneath-aoout tnree tona or rbek and
dirt. ' Griffith's ' companions eacaped
with saver cuts and bruises. -
WAtLA WALLA COUNTY.
T REBEKAHS ASSEMBLE
fKperl.l Pliptteh is The Jimrnal.)
Walla . Walla. Waah.. - May 1 1. Tha
district assembly of Rebekah lodges of
walla walla county will meet at -OO
Fellows' tempts this -evening.- Bee Hive
and Narclsaa lodgea of thla city will
join In entertaining members of thit
lodges from" Preeeott, Waltaburg and
Dixie, who will arrive In the olty on
special trains tonight About 109 out
Side . Rebekah a are expected to be in
attendance. The .meeting will, be fol
lowed by a banquet. , , -
TEACHERS' EXAMS TO -
BE HELD IN OLYMPIA
geelal DUpstcfe e Tie Joem.I V . ,
Olympla, Wash., May 11. Uxamlrla-
t Ion of appllcanta for state papers will
be hald at ths office of th state school
superintendent In this city at t a. in.
June 20, !. rollowing la ths pro
gram: - :
Juns 10 Morning, history of educa
tion-.- geometry r- afternoon, - general-history
and civics. .
June II Morning, bookkeeping and
geology; afternoon,; toolngy and botany.
June 12 Morning, physiology and
rhetoric. v
We certainly
a ; hurrah," thanks " tottie : smokers ot Fortland.
They simply
: big thihgS; but what happened topped the rec
ord. Come in; again if you're around our way
Trya-PAbMA-DE-eUBA-BOUQUETr5c--
BOX OF 50,
WATCH
DEMANDS AN ACCOUNTING OF
TRACT SOCIETY FUNDS
Sensation Caused by Inquisitive
Preacher Who Demands
; ; ; Detailed Report. ' ,
(Jearaal 8pedl Brrtca.) '
, New tork. May 11 Dr. Henry A
Stlnsonv paator of the" Manhattan Con
gregatlonal church, has caused a sensa
tlon among members of ths American
Tract society by demanding something
like . a detailed report of tha receipts
ajod expenditures of iiia oruiisatlonr-
When the report
and secretary were presented at tha
annual meeting ef the organisation Stln
aon surprised those who were present
PT "dinting out that the reporta gave
very little real information aa to the
finances of the institution. Especially,
he derlarexJ.' dld the reports' fall to show
tha coet of the society's publishing buat-
neaa or the Income from the society's
Nassau street building, and- he thought
I that member,
theae flgurea.
After soma debate It waa decided ta
refer the-whole matter to tha executive
committee,
Wild Korse Z.odf Delegates, i
.8Delal Dlssatrh to Tha Joara.l t
Athena, Or., May ll. The following
delegates have been - elected . from
Athena Wild Horse lodge No. 71 to at
tend the grand lodge convention, which
will be held in Portland May 21 and IS:
M. I Watts, O. W dross and H. O.
worthlngton. - The . delegates from
Mlgnonetta lodge No, S are Mlas May
uroaa. Mra. h. u. worthlngton and Mrs,
M. L. Watts. , '
AMVWBWMXTW.
STAR THEATRE
VTtI OV w.-v
Pint Appeartnee of tha
Headed by Wills Celllna,' la .
in iiuw nnrnr,
In The Basket
Is eoitMftloa with" a aood vinSerllta hill
Inelodlng Lurlaa BaHiilopl. Kllml Barltaa.
i esoapt mm, 10a.
WESTERN ACADEMY OF MUSIC
Beeaaa aad Morrlsoa ata.
, U IAXXV
' ef New York, wllUaeaetr la i ' ,
MhiYllirOte tares
ittwla ff " aaaalaa ' tt.faA a.alul fA A
-"""- w'-taaaj. aov W V"WS, KTWTTTVV
rree rree
Kvery night this week. Includ
ing B under, ladles will be admit-v
ted and furnished skates abso
lutely FREK. . A cool and com
fortable rink.
wi cziOea rvn 10.
Apollo Rink
began business in Portland-With
V
$2.50.
FOR THE OPENING OF OUR STORE NO.
408, LOCATED AT FIFTH
TONIGHT "SAPPHO
-taaWa'-
:7
TH B ARMORY, Portland. Or.
This will positively be the last chance to see the
world's greatest actress in the greatest of all her plays.
BAKER. THEATRE
OFO. !.. BAKRR. MAKAOIs.
B-a Now o Sala Onaelna of
T1R BAKXB TKZATU ITQOX OOHTAHT
Stock gaao. Sunday Malluea, May 13, la
' - miehard BtanallaU's Sraat Baooaaa
" 'raiKOK KABL" s
At.t, TH OLD raVORITKH
MATIME PBTf ia ine, IAo and Sle
tVIXINO PRIl'Eo loe. tac-rsne and froc
geeara loar Baao Basts How.
GRAND
THEATRE
Week of May T.
' m ' SJvMlial,
Kw Caaland'
Owa CoaMdlaa.
flraea BTnntiagtea
Compear.
.Deweea WattleM,
Uatte latara.
The Twe Seta.
Kaatar XaraU Xaff,
raadliaaf s
Bt'MMRR PRICE) KTMlnaa, Sandara
and aolldadn, l"c. e aad SOe; Mt.
Inees, loe to anr- aoat. eieapt hosaa.
UYRIC THEATRE
tvary
tviaa?- farUaad'a
fafmlnr Houaa,
oaaattaaal Xaattaal Drama, .
The Lighthouse Robbery
, IN rOCB ACT. '
FOLLOW . TH rnoWI-.C0XTIJU0t
. I PfRFORMAXCK. ,
AdmiMloa, Hki Keaarrtd aWata, SOe,
: IT WILL PLEASE
AND WASHINGTON STS.
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tour:
Com'
TONIGHT . a'.'.-' a . . . SAPPHO
Tomorrow Matinee, May 12 ' . . CAMILLE
NO PERFORMANCE!
PRICES $3.00, $2.00,. $1.00
Baseball
. I.'. . ATHX.ITI0 1ABK.
Oornar Taka aad Tweaty.feerth. ' --
, XAT I, , 10, 11, II, la.
SanTrancisco vs. Portland
Oamaa Celled M a. m. Dally,
' Oamaa Called 10 a. a), aadaya. '
Xadlea' Day, frlta. .j, ,
' ASKIIVOaT, te, .
SMARD8TAND. Sfie. CHILDBEIt, 10c
i BOX MATI. tBe. . ....
Empire Theatre
ltth aad starrtaoa.
Pbeaa Mala 11T.
MII.TON W
rartlaad'i
RKAMAN. Maaacer.
rafular flayaaasa.i
. Toiltaht. All WmM Matins. MaturA.-
UACK-SWAIN CO. IS THK URKAT UtLQ,
DRAIIATIO lUCCKiUI,
"THE INSIDE TBACK"
sty -OIJV R tOB- B yBeH i
A ItMtig reallatla ploy. , A story of ta
trlfn and ertmj Jurtloe and retrlhattoe)
seattflfnl aeenerjr; sxeellent o.mpan.T.
F.renlng (irtcaa. 10c, 8oc, SSc, , 6Uc; Mat-
ior iw, ino, wr.
Xeat Waak
;, Starting Innday KaUaeay
1KB WOlli." .
t I
Airo
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8ATURDAY-NIOHT
waaunstoa fciiiK IUUUC Hals 1.
Tomorrow aad uaa'ay Xlghta. Kay If-la, 10
MP- , .,(.... 4
-jPillsbury Pictures
UAH ..
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' '.' lARTHQCAKR i. ,
... . Afin r(BK
B0DtTED BT TUB-LATEST IMFIOTKIt
Erectric Sceneoscops
Xvery Tlow rally Eiphlaod ay aa Kya-Wlt.
. sua Taoeo Heturao Tsaoa watto
Iho rite Waa Baglag.
POrtLAR PRICFUAdnlta. : eatldrea.
lie-any plaoa la Itie tka.tr.
oata aa tale Ralarday SMraJng-at lae Beltlg,
T
BAKU THIAT1E T.mhlll and Third (la.
'-fOreev Theatre to.. Uo. I.. Haa.r. Mar.
Mala !r. Tha laat horlewpM h..w tna a-.,
aon. Krerr nlskl tb to woak, Siatlooo luuj.
"Itolden Uala ftrat."
TIG CALITCMA C
i
Rrtmrnl of tn and ajoalr; pro
ItnaKiao aolllo mrim, , Too r" l
kiM. Sat ardor aiatlnoe, I sr. : ,
t-iih priro. Je. Jkf. ao, i ..
alah. n-tl nor :
aiakti loa I bum' toe fcw k
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