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1112 "CZZCOll DAILY JOUT.::AL, rOHTLAIID. FRIDAY EVENINb, HAY. 21, 1CC7.
Heiririch Conried Enabled to
Walk by Peculiar Treat-;
- mentof Dr. Franteh
l ! ' --. - ?!...,'.-.,
V - (taml imc11- Berrlm.) v.
- Berlin. May II. Heinrich Courted,
rho. for the last two months baa been
lying on hla back at the Kaleerhof hotel
hardly abl to move hla iimba, owing
to a form of locomotor ataxia, walked
nearly two third of a mile yeaterday
unaided, a result of a novel treatment
(Wen him by Dr. Frankel.'"
Tha treatment consists Inmaking
the patient walk the floor, placing- hie
feet according to chalked diagrams .In
certain positions.. The treatment be
gan five months ago, by massage, when
CoM-led paid Dr. Frankel $30,000 to go
to New York.- That the treatment Is
bona fide Is assured by - the fact that
half a doaea patients, formerly unable,
to walk, are now abe to get about Ber
lin. One Is completely cured. '
At Bret Dr. Frankel was disparaged
by medical colleagues, but now this
feeling Is said to have changed.' Dr.
Frankel's usual charge Is 160 an hour,
millionaires In proportion, y ... -
DAUGHTER OF PIONEER
ANSWERS yiNAL CALL
K Funeral Service. .Over -Remains of
Mar EUea Roblnson Will Be '
Mrav MaryEllen Robinson.' who died
Wednesdayat ber late residence at 408
Market street, this city, was the eldest
daughter of Solomon C. Strong, late of
Lewis River, Washington, a - pioneer
ofiiiT. Sh was born December t,
1848. " She . was married to Jonathan
-t,Mrs. Mary EUenoblnson
Wills. October 18,18(4. Mr. Wills died
February 1, 1875. On June z, iSTi.an
'-married Joseph Robinson at Kajama,
'"Washington. - f-
There were nine children as a result
- of the marriages six by her first hue
band and three by her second. The lat-
ter are all llTlng except Joseph Robln-
. eon. who died In 18(4. Those living in
; Portland 'are Dean Le Wills, John F.
; Wills, Mrs. E. B. Scott and Edward
Robinson. William 8.. Wills resides in
San Francisco; George D. Wills, Van-
' couver, Washington; Grant A. Wills,
. Hays, Washington, and - Mrs. Ida R.
( WUla) Anderson, Vancouver, Washing
ton. Her husband, Joseph Robinson,
; survives her.'..
" .. Funeral services - will -be conducted
1 from Flnley's-undortaklng chapel Bat
.; : urday at 1 p. ra. ' ' .
I MUSIC-LOVERS , INYITED
eoond Flaaoia Oomoarl at SUare Plane
Souse Tale Bvenlng.
Another 6Tthe populsr Pianola re
. clUl will bo given by- Bilers Piano
, Mouse this evening at 8:18 la their hail,
Washington and Park streets. Mrs. May
Dearborn Schwab, soprano, ts to be tha
. soloist, ssslsted by Mr. Louis P. Bruce,
at the Pianola.
. A welcome Is extended to all music
lovers to attend tonight's recital.-. There
. will be no charge for admission...
LOCATED MEN TELL l
ABOUT, TIIE SYSTEM
- (Special Dispatch "to The JeereaL) '
Moscow, Idaho. May 11. Borstal IL
Ferris, a witness In the land fraud
cases, testified that he was to be lo
cated by Robnett, who . also furnished
tha money for proof, for ' which . he
gave a mortgage on tha land to Ketten
bach. , He admitted, however, that he
) bad not paid interest on tha mortgage
or taxea on tha land since the loan was
..made. ' ,' t.'.-. , l . j
- Joel H. Benton testified that ha had
been located by Robnett In a Similar
. case to that of Ferris. Ha had realised
very little out of the land, which finally
. passed to the defendants. '
Metsger fits your eyes ror It 841
Washington street, corner .. Seventh,
formerly at 111 Sixth street
t .IN GAUDY PAJAMAS
(leornal Rpertal aVrrlee.)
Hillsdale. Mlchn. May 81. Preeldent
Roosevelt reached hers at t:41 o'clook
this morning. The largest crowd at-
I ' tend this morning at Angola, where,
I y rJPf, M o'clock, a band and line of school
V'chtldreSi greeted hlra.. Tha president
V hastily threw -on a shirt and trousers
over his gaudy pajamas and rushed to
tH platform, one arm In his coat and
one out. ' " ' ' ' -
1 "Good morning." he cried to the erow0a
"I'm glad to see you.M 1 v '
The president laughed, and so did
the crowd. ''" . " i
At Hillsdale a large crowd was mads
holey by college students yeJUng . as
, ihe train pulled In. , . :
' I am opposed to a wide open town.
$ X U M. Davta on ballot.- ... ,
TO USE TIRELESS IN 1
,. ' (Jnenul Iperial Vv)e. ' '.
Berlin, May 81. With the hope of
surpassing the records made recently
of keeping Atlantle liners In, continuous
5 Come Tomarrovcnd Save $5 to $8 !da a Suit
Only about 200 Suits to go at this remarkable reduction. s A little lot (we picked up from a big New York
maker who was overstocked 'Bought at'almost halfprice and now you get them at the sime reduction. "All
high class," faultlessly tailored, perfect fitting garments in this season's latest styles, single and ' double
breasted, made of pure all wool materials. ;; ;Vy .: ; :y . (; '!;.: --f-; r--; v ; .' CM V
Suit marie for the wellat dretaerm and eaual In everv reioet to the beat turned out bv the hl&rhest priced custom tailors, best of lininzs and trirnrnines,
equal to any you can buy elsewhere at $18 to $18. See them, inspect them a look costs you nothing and you don't have to buy. All we aik Is that you see them and
rive us the,opportunity of prtving that this is the greatest auit value ever offered you. t All at the one pric--t3.85--for choice, and every ona guaranteed worCi
S15 to SIS or your money back. . - . , ,.- -.-i,.
In fact suiti
Great Auction Purchase
oi !ooo Bonsr nn .
' wobts sea o aoe.
All four-tn-hand styles, made of fine
Ilka and -satins and wash materials,
all colors choice y'
:9c and 17o
iEHTisi u.oaTc.1 tx: i , Ciuj to tsaSJ
Less Tfcaa.HclX. .; .
10.M0 yards . all " finest 40c and lOo
grade at 8Jo the wide a, and -inch
widths so desirable for millinery trim
ming, bows, tho neck, girdles, eto
handsoma Dreadena, large and small
flowered affects, cheeks, plaids, fancy,
bordered, as wall as thoasands of yards
of finest plain Taffetas; worth fjr
40orto JOo choice, yard. .......
Flhlni Tallcta RiKoiis
AU colors, fine soft finish and all col
ora. Tha best aver sold at tha price
Special. :y :. ).
.4 4 ' I No. 40, 4 j I No. t0,4 V
Jnst in a new shipment - cf Brown.
Velvet Ribbons for millinery- purposes
We know It's a most remarkable offer
SLaXr-rsUOX but w want every one
to go tomorrow plain and fancies, all
olors from 1 to I yard lengths
goodness knows they're ehaap enough
already but to clear - them ' out In a
single day. take your -a Vriri
choice at Just ,.,ii6iUVC
; Crowds Dned the counters as early as 8:3 9' this morning- and at the time of going- to press the jam is aomethinr
terrific. Portland never saw such a gale before, for the bargains are something immense. Literally hundreds of
'styles to choose from, all beautifully made, absolutely new and perfect and Just fresh from the maker's hands.
Made of the finest sheer whits lawns and mulls, rich Valenciennes lace insertion yokes, pin tucked yokes, with
medallion insertion with pleats, others full allover embroidery fronts, openwork lace fronts and in other styles
go bewitchingly beautiful that a pen description is almost impossible. Long and short sleeves, all sixes, not a
single solitary waist in the lot worth less than double the money and beyond all doubt the most stupendous
bargains ever ottered on tne coast 9jow waists in ail ana over one nunarea auierent styles to pica. irom.
Extra salespeople and plenty of additional selling space. Sale begins at S tomorrow and those that com quickest
get the biggest bargains, caoice. u " :,' :
i Mcn'ci 25c Soclia 11c Pair
Plain black and fancies, all seamless sons worth less than tic and
ap to 8 Jo choice, pair ,...,.......vt....... llw
Men's 10s Canvas OloveW" Men's and Boya 80q and Ita-H
pair .....:... ......OC Ooth Caps ................ ..JC
Men's Laundered Shirts, plain and , m e9 poriggsn ' IO
pleated styles, broken lots of QQ f-.rwear ?? . . it?. . . T. . 1"C
I1.80 and 88 klnda. all go at...VOC UMe""u ......
Men's - 8o Fancy Wsb flus-7i Men's II White Mohair Bhirta ifl
penders, -pair- lt with collar attached ohotoe. ,.iOw
iftk- $1-00 AND
mm r e -jlw raw j (
waisisuu waisis i
Ladieb9 Silk Waisto
At Less Than Half Price
ids at extra omallty gap ailk, all new stylasL laoe acut
fancy trlauned aad stile embrolaared. blacks asA white only,
sJl eases. e eas them ts o bay, for they ae SJ1 the Wg
geet kU4 of bargains. . Ohoioe. . .
Worth (PI .98 I Worth t1M Worthy AM
i C 1. 58 I Worth 'TS
M t0 tI mVL
100 Women's Latest
Style Wah v
Xn white end all oolorsi fancy
styles ' aaul faaey - wa-n.
$2 00 K C
Waists I U
Extra Ahdlher Lot ol 38 Lcdies'
$22 SILK JUMPER SUITS
aaedl ftltf vorlk (8J4
Great Parcbase of ' Women's.
50c iWh ite. Hosiery
A hundred dosen bargain lot
Of ' odd - dosens - and makers'
samples fine whits Maeo and
lisle, rlaln. lace boot effects.
, lace - boots and allover lace white
only every Pair seamless and all slses
every pair bargains at 860 to iOo -
Bpeelal. Ic pair.
Women's 25c Black
U Lisle Hosiery.
A mixed lot of seconds, fins silk finish
lisle and fully mercerised seamless and
all slses regular 880 and Its' 1 in.
Child's 20c Hose 12Mc
All I0o values, II Moo-finest of black
Maco coarse . or , fins. 4- ribbed nany
with double heels and toea hosiery
made to stand tha hardest . ' m Afrr
kind Of wear none In the Jm
lot worth lees tha -8c' Xas2Pr
and 7Sc SUk
large ' FuH Size S1.C0V Veils 69c
New -ones, new styles and the same every store in
town sells at $1.00. Finest of Ready-Made Silk Veils,
aaiA a a e a J '
ruu x yaras long, piam ana aottea ettects ana
with hemstitched border: white, black, nary
and brown, all $1.00 values. Special
Of On areMtt Lrft'
sf stjrarvsrT or on
VJLS. -VlLs Oddsand Bndaot
LADI1LS' 012 and $15 YfF
TAILORED SUITS ..SS5
All colors and all slrea Choice .........M
Only SS Im an. so oome U a hxurry U yea waat saa.
prettier sad aaore stylus, thaa the last lot that sold sa a
stogie day, saade of f latest taffeta, ta black ftf gf
ama watt eheoks, stripes aag faaoy effects. iTIl lit
All sises. Svevy ens a guamBteed fSSM JUmUj
valae, Ohoioe . a.,.........
Women's $2 Black
laook. Uks stiki fully aaaros.
Ued aaA ruffle trimmed g r
AU. 9jo ; valase, . .UIi
" AnptHer Greyett Ohoe 33iistitlon-Thousnnds of Pairs of
White Canvas Shoes and Oxfords PC ICC
The maker's entire clean-up lotsover 200 cases almost IfiOO pairs, and now
right at the height of the season, right when you need them, and when other
bouses are asking'-full prices, we throw this entire purchase on the market at a
figure that is Just sbout half what you pay elsewhere.. Do your shoe buying
now and get two pair for the price of one. Read on.
v Women's $2 White
Every . else, width and Style) best
kid lining. Why pay 81 T 5 and 8100
elsewhere when' here they are at
88c palrt " ' ' ' ' '
15c Bottle White
ironen's Rea. $2.50, $3 and $3.50
White Canvas Oxfords $1.49
Tha cream of this great stock, the finest of
the fine; made of tha beat non-ehrlnkable Sea
Island duck, kld-Hned. newest toes, all seams
silk stitched, laoe or blucher style, with large
eyelets snd ribbon ties; all slses and widths.
worth up to
Women's -$1.50 Oxfords 7Q
Only 800 pair, so come early ! asada of fine " V
white canvas, large eyelete and ribbon ties? , .
Stylish,, dressy and all LT8 valuea. TOealr.
UissesVand Children's Oxiords
Thousand of pairs, made of fine white canvas; good
leather soles and the latest styles; worth up to 11 1 all
go at, ehoicew -r-,. V ,':. V-" ' y
Slses IH to 8, now.... .8fo Slses 11 to t, now.'. ...88a
Slses t to 10 H T8o Slses t to I, now.....8o
tha finest -made end a JA
9i.OO White Canvna
Shooai at, Palr.......M
Cap-toes; all sises; 11.00 values at 8c
Bams in Doyr sises, io pair.
Men's $3.50 Shoes $1.98
A trttt mnlxd lot hlh Shoes nd Ozfordfl. incluijlnf
KnM of tho 0aH mado-Tiiisa vici sia. dox caux ,
. A ..a.sV 1.Ake aTeVAsew ayiia eaana fftP ATkMM
eanV aaa,iwii a, lesiauwi) . w v j swe uewv e
and positive 88.00 and 88.80 -values...,........'
tdds and ends of Ladles Osfords ' and House
Slippers; worth up to l.0f; all sises.
A A ' . . -
.. Ster&ys Grcst Special Bargains fa ;
Crockery and llouse Fnroishinos
' i iini
".. 1,000 Large Rolls
1,000 in each, worth
10c package ...
" 500 Reg. 8c and 10c
15c cood-slga 7- ft) J
Enamel Cups.:,! C Xi
REGULAR IOc GARDEN TROWCLO 7c
Largs SpUt Market Bs- ' o
kets, worth 15c, for......,..,'. OC
20c Olass Sugar Bowls . . . . . . .1
20c Covered Glass Butter Dish 1 4
20c Steel Fry Pans . .......... Sf
Reg. 15e Milk Strainers....;., 11 e
Tin Covers, all sixes, worth" J.
up to 15c, choice
Tacks, the large,- big ; Sc ;
boxes, 4 boxes for ..... A . . .. JC
Peg. 5c large slse boa Wood
Toothpicks ... jJC
Best 40c Wlter Glasses, dog.Slf
5,000 Teaspoons, dot. ........10
5,000 Tsble Spoons, dog.'.....15
15c Lemon Squeeztra go at... To)
Save on Your 't,;.;
a.000 of them, well made, adtustw
able to any sise window. '
ones . ,i9c ..;..3ic
18c Handy Tea Kettles. 14
1 COOrWomen's Sslte
At V2, V3 and V4 Price
The' belt sensation of the season.' Never mind where or how we got them,
that we can so nearly give them away, but come, tomorrow and buy Belts
at leu than the buckles alone are worth. V V
Plain, Pleated and Fancy, Styles
Wash Belts, Silk Belts plains, plaids, striped and embroidered Belts of
every kind and for every use Belts worth desr up to $1X0 snd plenty of
all sues. Four crest lots lour big- bargains choice i
11 c '
lOPEN TILL 10 SATURDAY NIGHT
The purest and best brands ' at- Juat'
about naif drug Store prices ' i
lAS., B. r PEPPER
Large quart botUes, soldfjf V VS
aU over at 81.88 .
araCTSTi IOO large quart bottles)
CLACKSEEXT E2ANDY 26
Neve; sold under 78o botUe
Tne oest irwa on id.
market everv bottle strictly
guaranteed full quarts one
bottle to a customer i....'.,..
t Soaps Soaps :!
4. Another great te sale of thou
et aanda of cakes of So and IOo
mJX, kinds Toilet Soaps of every make
7 . Swift's, Armour's, Jergens, eto. ,
oatmeal. Turkish Bath, Violet-' and
other klnda, all large cakes, all regular
to and IOo cakes not over six
oakea to a customer, snd none to , -l A
dealers choice ................... t K
AT ALMOST HALF PRICE
V-A 1MC A great Saturday sale Fancy Opera rens-
LaivD in over a .dosen different styles 1. I and 8
of a 'kind and some few sample . dosens none mrv
worth less tbaa lUS and up to. 11.90 choice njifi
men ...... . . , ....,. .
." aATzv, uoaa,
All colors, large to end C
IOo spools . .. 'V
!.;; nm au'woaa "
The good kind small sises,
worth regularly IOo C
pedal, doaen .....,'...'
,"v BaJLaTSaO OOTTOsT
8.000 spools, all colors, reg
ular to spools go at I C.
sto stat Tom
Jewel and fancy set. Ir
regular Se values .. 8V
All our beat to Xooksj' '
and ayaa, card
Always sold at IOo ir
FANCY BEAD -NECK
AU colors bargains A
at too. ..........1UC
AQ erne Osilarea's see v o -yiose
Sayeuvters fo.. OW
ess and gl .04 Jewel set asat
v WimB, foe eae eay( ouv" f 7T2 4c
; J3o for 25c and 3Cc
One thousand of them only that's' all we could get
and at this price every one ; should go. tomorrow.
All pure silks; checks, plaids, , stripes Tjnd "j
plains; all colors, full widths and lengths; I JC
all beet 25e and 35e tiee. Choice....;.... V w
$2.98 for $4 WMtc
Chamois Long Gloves
A new ehipment Just In? snd at a full third tinder price. : Made of extra
fine selected chamois, 18-button full elbow length, S large claspe aTfc CI
dove that's suitable for wear on all occasions, with, any f
mm a aba aA . a. JIIbsi ak esaakia W
color gown, au regular sv.uu gwvca v k-"
ri . . ". i ..... a
less man uau. vum. ..
WOMXNS $1.75 LONG QLOVES
Of fine Milanese fisle. full elbow length,
only, all 2-clasp sad aU sites. Special., .
t.l.graphlo communication - with land
statlona, the Qermnn - Wireless Tele
graph company will begin nest week a
series of Important experiments, ' The
wireless sutlon at Nsuen, which here,
tofore Has sent meeaages 1.S00 miles,
la to bo enlarged and equipped with Ira
proved apparatus. .
AS tns result ox preliminary experi
ments the managers now expect ' to
reach ships 1.800 miles distant and send
meesages with sufficient clearness snd
certarnty to Insure the practicability of
tha system for ordinary commercial use.
. Manorial Day at Medford.
(Neeetal Mapatra. to The Joomal.)
S Medford. Or, May 81. Memorial day
waa observed with becoming solemnity
and tha customary exercises, AU bust.
ness houses were closed. The ceremony
of decorating the graves of the old
soldiers wss witnessed by hundreds. .
' y .; Building; Permits. ,
William Prudhomms,' repairs dwell
ing, Irving, corner Twenty-fourth, 1,
000; J. B. Early wine, .one-story wood
house, KUllngeworth, between Valentine
and Eaat Ninth, 878; Nellie Marklay,
repairs. Bast Twenty-aeventh, between
Surman and Mildred, 8800; N: W. Roof,
ing company, repairs shop. North Twen-ty-aeoojid,
corner of Reed, 8100; Joshua
Agnew, repairs dwelling. East Eighth,
corner Ellsworth, 8800; Msegly, repairs
store. Second,' between Main and Madi
son, $100; Labbo estate, repairs store,
Tenth, between Flanders ana Qllsan,
8800; Braasfleld, repairs dwelling, vll
lamook between Eaet Nlnteenth 1 and
Beat Twentieth. $100; Labowltoh Bros,
repairs store. Third, between Morrison
and Tamhlll. $100; H. B. Rlghtson, two
story dwelling, Broadway, between Baat
Twenty-eighth' and Bast -Twenty-ninth,
$8,000; C 9. Cook gompany, excavation
. .. .' . v . . 4 ... ...
for stores. Second, corner Salmon and
Main, $8,000; J. P. " Bertrand. repairs
stores) Second between Alder and Mor
rison.' 800; O. W Priest, two-story
dwelling, Halght. between Beech , and
railing. $8,000; 0."W. PHeet, three two
story dwelllnga, Oantenbeln. between
Beech and railing, $8,000; O. W. Priest,
three two-story dwellings on Oanten
beln between Mason and Shaver, $0.
000: Mrs, rrank Baker, sidewalk ' door.
Second, between Taylor and Salmon,
$100; C B. Rosa, one and one-half story
dwelling, Belmont, between Eaat Twenty-third
and Eaat Twenty-fifth. $1,700;
Thomas - It Brown, one end one-half
story dwelling, Mltton, near Concord,
$1,600; Dr. Wilson, repairs,- dwelling,
Nineteenth,' between Moyt and Irving,
$40; A. J. F. Bowman, one-story dwell
ing, Portsmouth, between Houghton and
Rontledge, $1.$00 A. H. Msegly. repairs
dwelling. Commercial between Pace and
Ruas.il, $800. , . ;
PARADE AND PROGRAM
, ' . - .'j ,.'..',
fgpeelal TMepaleb t Tke ionroal.)
Chehalla, Wash, Mar 81. Memorial
day attraoted many vlaitora to Chehalla
Tha O. A. R., W. B, G and many cltt
sens decorated tho graves of the soldier
dead and of friends la tho forenoon and
there wae a short program at Vrquhart
cemetery at 11:80. There waa a pa
rade, wl th a ptriotI6 program later at
the grand opera house. The training
school band furnished mualo. Mrs. Ma
mie W. Ptiggs of Whits Salmon was
orator of the day. :,,'.
Xaae BaUy Veaitrh, '
. ' Burkhard'a hall. B. Uurnslde a Grand.
L. M. tNtvla. It en ballot, stands for
honorable deals no Jobbery, . . ;
. AX TIIE DALLES
. .-' ,
(Special Dtapatsb t Tbe 8oanal.f
The Dalles, Or., May 81. At the last
regular meeting of Mount Hood Camp,
No. tt. 'VT. 6. W of this elty the fol
lowing offloers were elected for tbe en
suing sis months from July 1: C A.
Hunt. ' consul commander J. C Brill,
advisor lieutenant; C. H, Browne, es
cort; J. 1 Harper, manager; Matt
Schoren, watohmaa; Ooorge C Reed,
to n::r.o d zas
holiday In Olympla. Praetloalty all
offices In the stats building were eloe
yeaterday and business houses bad tr
doors shut. Appropriate exeraises we
held under the auspices of tho O. A. 1
and Women'a Relief Corpa. The a
dress of tho dsy wss delivered t
H. Scblvely. tate Insurance oor
sloner, snd well known aa an erst .
ft : Cow 1t e X
Veeks1 v '