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THE OREGON I DAILY JOURNAL, v PORTLAND, ; THURSDAY
EVENING, JANUARY 6, 1910. .
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AN ARTIST'S A UNCONSCIOUS ERROR
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fRu-tat bw to a dillr feature of TTi learn I.
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boae. It Ufurt 10 o'clock In til uwrniul.) r -
Mr. and Mra, Chester V. Dolph ra
at Pel Mont. Gal. They will vUlt In
Pan Francisco- baton their return to
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Mr. and Mr. I. N. Llpman were hosts
at a dinner and bridge party laat night
In their Wayne street home In honor
of atlas Flora Flelschner and her flanoe,
. Henrr Metzaer. The dinner was beau
tifully appointed, the Uble carryln an
arUatla arrangement " of daffodlla and
violets. The guests at dinner Included
onlr members of the family, while 1
or more friends came In later for bridge.
Miss Fleiaohner and Mr. Metzger were
awarded the prises at bridge.
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' Mr. and Mra. W. A. T. Bushonr. Mra
Cecil It. Pauer and Miss Mary . Mont
' r ornery left yesterday morning for New
York.- The Buehonge will sail the last
of the month with Mr. and lira. Frank
Raley and Mra F. 8. Doernbecher for
Kurope via the Mediterranean, later
visiting centrai Europe and the larget
citlea. While. the Kaleye and Mra.
Doernbecher eapect to return home dur
ing the summer. Mr. and Mra. Bushong
' have not aet the data for their home
coming. Mra. Bauer will spend two
-.'months la New Tork attending the
' opera and oonoerta. Miss Montgomery
win be the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Jewla FtIxmU la New York, and will I
visit her brother, Phelps Montgomery
t New Haven. , Prior to her departure.
Miss Montgomery has been the motif
for several dinners and Informal en
tertainments. Mr., and Mrs.. Walter F.
liurrell were dinner hosts ; this week
In honor of Miaa Montgomery and her
fiance. Rev. Henry Russell Talbot ,
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' rr. Guatave Baar haa returned from
a several weeks trip In tha east. Dur
ing his absence. Miss Bertt Baar has
been a house guest . of Mra Edward
.Cooklngham on Eleventh street. .7 ,f..
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Pr. and Mra. Norman Pease are ex
pected to arrive In Portland the last of
this month, and will take up their rest
dence here. . Dr. Pease la a aon of
Captain and Mra. A. I Pease, but haa
been away for the last seven or eight
years at college. He IS a graduate of
the Cornell Medlpal college and a mem
ber of the Chi Pal fraternity.. Dr. Pease
was married In New York January. 1 to
Miss Alice Boutwetl, tha daughter of
Pr. Henry T. Boutwell, and a Smith
college graduate. They hava left New
York and are traveling through the
Last night at tha Crlttenton home an
entertainment waa given by the -Methodist
Episcopal church South. An In
teresting program waa heard. Of par
ticular Interest was' the appearance of
Miss Mollis Gregory, a talented elo
cutionist of Denver, Colo., who gave
two of her most pleasing monologues.
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Mr. and Mra.- George I McPheraon
are visiting In 'Chicago this week. They
will be tha gueats of Mr. McPherson's
parents In Detroit, Mich., and' will visit
relatives In Lowell, Mich., and return
horns by way of San Francisco. In San
Francisco they will visit Mr. Mcpher
son's brother. Their trip will consume
a month's time. , . ' ,
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WOMAN HOLDS OFF
7 MOB AND SAVES ,
v NONUNION COOK
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Chicago, Jan. .-Led' by John
1 Aodell, a posse today searched
the woods near Twin Lakes. Wis., '
for leaders of -the mob of J00
loo harvesters who attempted to ,
lynch Samuel Roberta, a cook
yeaterday. During an argument
over the beneflta of unionism,
Roberts, , who was a nonunion
cook In a boarding house, kept
by Mra Audoll, . refused to ex- a
press belief in the labor cause
and disputed the word of soma
of tha union harvesters. , --
The lea cutters grew wrathy .
' and called their companions to-
gather to tell them of Roberts'
beliefs. ,A mob of 100 quickly
formed and listened to the lead-
era. It flnallv iMil M al
lynch the eook, and with a rope e
the men started for tha board-,
Inr house. ' . ' -.
Mra Audell heard their cries'
to "lynch htm," and after secret- e
: log Roberts In the house, armed,
herself with a shotgun, with
which she held off the men until .
,. her husband cams homo and se-
The mob waa finally persuaded '
to call off the lynching, and an
attempt was made to arrest the,
leadera. Who escaped.
( . A poaae formed early .today::
and aooured tha woods in tre vl-.
cinlty of the lea camp in search ,
. of tha leaders, who had made 4
good their escape Into tha midst
of tha forest , . . .
No, the 'Morning Oregonian did not intend to ;p!ace the initials "II. S."
(Harvey Sco"tt) on its cartoon "Head of the Money-Trust, which
appeared in that newspaper today, but a slip of the pen' made the dol-
' lar mark that which it 'was' Hot intended to be. ' v
How to Get Rid
of Catarrh I
terday afternoon , at their King atreet
home. Six tables of bridge were played,
and prises awarded to Mra. Oliver King
Jeffrey for high score, and Mra Roland
Mills for second best score.
CHRISTMAS CHEER 7
FAILS TO GLADDEN
' (Kpeeli! Dltpsteh to Tb JosnislV
Pendleton," Or., Jan. I.Elght
een persons are aatd to hava been
poisoned, none seriously, as a re
sult of drinking adulterated
whiskey on Christmas day. Ac
cording to the story, a barrel f
whiskey was shipped In to Pen
dleton Just before tha holtdaya
The. party, who received-, the
whiskey Is said to have conceived
"the idea of watering It, to In
crease the profits from the sale.
The watering process proved det
rimental to the whiskey and re
sulted In the poisoning.
HAS FEVER EPIDEMIC
A Simple, Safe, Reliable Way,
and It Costa Nothing to Try.
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Nearly 10 per cent of Willamette's
population Is 111 with typhoid fever.
Willamette river water Is tha cause.
said Dr. Calvin S. White, state health
officer, when he returned from a visit
to the little town yesterday.
which supply drinking water were
flooded during the Willamette's recent
freshet Some river water and a4 good
many genua were left Tha germs hava
evidently multiplied In their new quar
ters, vr. woue trunks. , -r - -,-
To prevent further spread of tha dls
Those who suffer from catarrh know
Us. miseries. There Is no head of this
suffering. You can get lid of It by a
simple, safe, inexpensive, 1 home treat
ment discovered by '; Dr. Blosser, who,
for over thirty-five years has been
Springs I treating catarrh successfully.
His treatment is unlike any other. It
Is nat a sprsyK-douche, salve, cream, or
inhaler, but Is a more direct and
thorough treatment than any of these.
It cleans out tha bead, nose, throat and
lunga so that you can again breathe
freely and sleep without that stopped-
ail catarrh auf ferera
ease,-Dr. White gave tha people some
practical pointers on typhoid prevention. I up feeling that
who iowimncuuiirai wu ii mi i nave. 11 neaie ins aiseasea mucous
all water be boiled, even though the j membranes and- arrests tha foul dls
springs have been pumped out and lchar. so that mu will nnt t
cleansed. Literature warning aralnsthv hinwina- VAiir n rial si n rA knlfM
BU"" wy KotJiat me lima um u coenot nolaon thm
CLE.AVE.R & HAVEXICK
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On all our Women's and Misses Tailor-Made' Suits and Coats.' This,
is an honest sale of honest merchandise no old stock or jobs. We have .
only been in business since last. September, so every, Suit and Coat in V
our stock is now up to date, in style and high-class man-tailored. Be-;
. low are a few of the many prices:
$20.00 suits. .. . ..... ; 910.00 ;
$32 50 SUITS .$10.25
$48.50, SUITS. .. :. . . . . . $24.25;
$60.00 SUITS 930.00
$75.00 SUITS. .937.50-
$22.50 SUITS. .V.Vv.: .911.25 V
7$30.00 SUITS .......... 915.00
$42.50 SUITS. 19-1.25 f,
; $50.00 suits ... .: ... 925.00;;
r $72.50 SUITS: i . . . . ; 930.25
One Third Less on All -..Women'srahd
. Dresses and Separate Dress Skirts
$18.50 DRESSES, . . . . . .912.50
$27.50 DRESSES. .. ... .918.50
$35.00 DRESSES . ; . . . . . 923.50
$50.00 DRESSES 933.50
$10.00 SKIRTS 90.75
$12.50 SKIRTS, ; ; . ;93 50
$15.00 SKIRTS. . . . ... . .910.00
$22.50 SKIRTS . . . . . . . . . 915.00
We have not marked up bur goods for this sale, as many do, but they
' are, marked the original plain fijres.;..:: VC illuj.
409 Washington Street
means to prevent the spread of infee-
j tlon was distributed by Dr. White.
A TKAVEXJOrO UAZXBVUX. .
H. F. Beers. 17-7th ave.. Peoria, I1L,
writes: t have been troubled for some
time with kidney trouble, so severely at
times I could scarcely carry my grips.
After using one bottle of Foley's Kidney
Pills I have been entirely relieved, and
cheerfully recommend them, to' all."
Foley's Kidney Pills are healing; and
M-SHSpawldlflr-aBW-w 4 5""32i,S.n.a. jwni" restorg bealtlr and
Mrs. Stearns, were bridge hostesses yes-.SEt ' J??TVW?1
In a new refrigerator' recentlv nat.
anted by a Georgian tha usual shelves
system ard ruin tha stomach, as In
ternal, medicines do. .'
If you ' want to test this treatment
without cost, send your address to Dr.
J. W. Blosser, 61 Walton street At-
iimiicQ i turn mail enoua-n f th mi Mn
aistance, tha bottoms of tha drawers
Deirg perrorated lor ventilation.
An Italian engineer claims to hava
Invented a reversible turbine ! angina
that will work with equal power and
apeed In "both dlrectlona .
aatlafy you that It la all he claims for
It as a remedy for catarrh, catarrhal
headaches, catarrhal deafness, asthma,
bronchitis, colds 'and all catarrhal . com
plications. Ha will also aend you free
an Illustrated booklet v. ,Wrlte him Im
mediately. "'" 'i 1 ' "7:7-
IP SEEKING THE BEST; YOU'LL FIND IT AT THE STYLE STORE
? ten?PtmS o f high-cass merchandise, is now.at its height at The Style Store. Stronger
and more appealing values are added daily, and the store represents a maze of true bargains. , It is to your
interest to see the beautul SUITS, COATS, CAPES, SKIRTS, WAISTS, PETTICOATS AND FURS
2SCI5ARANS? and.noteu the Priccs they re offered at. If judged on quality basis, these gar
ments are worth more than twice the present price. J & . M 7 6 '
BRAND- NEW ; TRAIN ; SERVICE
CHARGE ACC0I1TS ,SOliflTFD
iiv.uivoc uui.es yuu tan aiiora to mauife a ntri hMvir anrt C3 m,u - v j i . r
n t- . . . . "T"" ?v "mwi iiiuic, iuu uu nui nave to nav
all cash: vou can mu m wVUt nr- mnu. .-L4. x . . rw.w; ""r w Vj
,, .' - t j : "w-jr.w uuwujf ay inciii.a iu 6uit your convenience. v
None reserved, none spared every If A I I?
hat goes at just ....... . . , ... . . . ... . IlxjLr
2-Plece Combination ' Sets
Good $5.00 value during Clear- A t
ance Sale only . . . . . . . . . . . ...3)0,40
I; Serges, Diagonals and Worsteds, all colors
and sizes, $10.00 valuesClear- (Jr awf
ance Saleprice J)tJ. f)
, Tucked, embroidered or lace; reg f A f
,p.uu vaiues Clearance Sale price. 4J I mVO
From 7 to 14 years, made of most durable ma
terials, well tailored, guaranteed to wear well,
values up to $6.00 Clearance Sale 5 Q
Good value at $6.00-during Clear- Q
ance Sale only O.O0
Regular $3.00 value now, during (f Of"
Clearance Sale, only tj) 1 Oti)
- Taffeta and Fancy Mescaline Waists, beauti-
iuuy maae, values up to JJJ10.00 A
, icaiaiicc Qctic urice OmV. . , . . : .
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AND INTERMEDIATE POINTS
Leave Portland 9.00 A. M.
Arrive Tacoma 2:30 P. M.
Arrive Seattle .4:15 P. M.
EQUIPMENT Pullman Standard
Sleeper, Tourist Sleeping Car, Mod
ern Passenger coaches, Elegant din
ing car service.
THE STORE WRE YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
WASHINGTON AT TENTH STREET
Leave Portland . .... . . . . .3:00 P. M.
f Arrive Tacoma :, .. . .... ... 7 :45 P. M.
Arrive Seattle . 9 :20 P. M.
EQUIPMENT Library observation
car Compartment double', drawing
room sleepiner car. Pullman "'Standard
Sleeping Car, Through dining car
oci viv.c. - vjrasjciigers on inis train
are required to hold Pullman tickets
in addition to.jegular first-class rail-,
road tickets); , . 1 , .
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Leave - Portland s. 1 1 :45 P. M. T
. - Arrive Tacoma . . . 5 :15 A. M. , "
Arrive Seattle 17:15 A. M. ' - ': '
-. EQUIPMENT Pullman Drawing '
room sleepingcar, Smoking i room, t
fourteen - section ' Pullman Touris:t . ; '
' - sleeping car, Modern coaches. ' ' . '
Tickets, Sleeping Car Reservations and Full Information at
: City Ticket Office
THIRD AND WASHINGTON STREETS AND UNION DEPOT
W. D. SKINNER, General Passenger Agent, Seattle, Wash.-