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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL . PORTLAND, THURSDAY : EVENING, JANUARY 6. 1910.
TONIGHTS' AMUSEMENTS. ,
Armory. . ,'. ,,y. .Mm. Sembrich
Njlaker ."Sweat Innlsf alien"
Orpheum. ,,,, Vaudeville
Star Moving- Pictures
Many Be 81 ExMMtv The chamber
Of commerce exhibit room are well pat
ronized the day a. visitors from all
over the world lnecrlblng their names
on the register from cay to car. Ana
those who come to see what the state
lias to show In the way of agricultural.
horticultural, mining and other prod'
uote are said to be men not drawn there
by idle curiosity, but with an object of
Investing In land or soma enterprise.
The other day names from almost every
quarter of the globe followed each other
on the register; one man from China
and another - from Australia adding
the variety. Among the visitors are
many, easterners but the officers
charge are also pleased to see that Ore
gon lane visiting In the city pay the ex
blblt a call. , At the last meeting
couple of days ago, the board of dlree
tors decided to expend quite a sum for
he renovation of the exhibit
one a big Smith, A Wesson. IS caliber,
and the other a .22 long, specially con
structed, long range, revolver, were
found In his pookets. lie has told many
stories since his arrest and la being
held pending further investigation. He
will probably be tried on the concealed
weapons charge this afternoon.
. BegnUr Meeting of a W. 0. T. U-
Mrs. Neal Inman.v the president, con'
ducted the , opening exercises at the
Central W. C. T. U "Wednesday. . The
roll call was followed by current events.
each one responding very interestingly,
Reports followed. Mrs. Jnman reported
attending the monthly ministers' meet
lng, finding much encouragement. Moth
er Roberts was 'a visitor and made very
Interesting remarks on her line of res
cue work. She Is reaoulng many young
people. Mrs, McFarland reported Bun
day school work. ' She visited nine Sun
day schools. Miss Lyman . reported 14
notices and 14 reports for the three dally
papers. Mrs. Wooddy reported a pro
gram for February 14 on her subjeot
f rfiysteniatlo" Giving." Mrs. Barkey
reported eight subscriptions for the
Union Signal. N -.. .
'. To Talk About Apples !The Apple
Market and the Question of Over-Pro
duction" will be the subject of discus
, slon at the regular meeting of the
'Portland Apple Growers' association In
the Young Men's Christian Association
auditorium, Sixth and Tylor street),
next Saturday night at S o'clock. ' The
address of the evening will be delivered
by IJ, M. Williamson, secretary of the
state board of horticulture, and will be
followed by consideration of the prob
lem by the fruit growers present. Mr.
Williamson has made a study of the
question of apple production and will
advance statistics to show that there
Is a practically unlimited field for the
orchardlst, la Oregon.- .,
Decision Affaliurt Dr. CardweU Judge
Gantenbeln yesterday afternoon decid
ed the case of Dr. James R. CardweU
against Helen R. CardweU as trustee.
Oliver B. CardweU and Fowler H. Card
'well. In favor of the defendants. The
plaintiff sued to have a deed given by
his brother, Byron P. CardweU, declared
a mortgage, basing his contention on an
alleged understanding with his brother.
who died In 1908. The deed was given
tn .1899 and Byron P. CardweU In his
will devised the property In trust for
his 'grandchildren, Oliver B. and Fowler
H. CardweU. The property Involved Is
a half interest In twojots oaJUder
lreet,Tea.rlrweIftE the value of the
property being between 120,000 and
$80,000. ' ? r V, -
Pleads-Wot GhiUty S. B. Lewis plead
ed not guilty to the charge . of man
slaughter preferred against him by the
state as a result of alleged negligence
upon Lewis' part In- failing to prevent
the accident on the Oregon Railroad &
Navigation company's road, near War-
rendale. in which Engineer Rogers was
killed. Lewis was a track walker. It
is charged, he left bis post on account
of the rain which was falling and that
if h had remained at his post the ac
cldent would never have occurred. Lewis
Is to be tried in the circuit court
Pew Voters Have Appeared Only
three or four voters have applied at the
county clerk's office for a change In
their registration In preparation for
the special city election next month on
the question of payment for water
.mains Those who have moved to other
precincts since tbey registered last year
wtU be furnished with an v Identifica
tion slip by the county clerk, on which
they can vote, at the special election.
Otherwise they will be obliged to swear
in their votes by the affidavit of six
freeholders. New voters, who have be
come of age since the last election, and
those who have come from other spates,
will. In any event, have to swear
their votes If they desire to take part
In the election, as the general reglstra
tlon lists will not 1e opened until next
June. : ' ' '. ;..
at his home, at 14.3 Sacramento street
as a result of the hard blow which he
received on the head. Loydgren is an
ardent advocate of temperance, and
his friends vigorously deny-a report
given publicity that he was Intoxicated
and felt The numbness brought on by
the blow which he received on the head
iea several people to believe that Loyd
tren was Intoxicated.. He expects to be
up ana aoout in a few days.
loe Bkattng -For finance skating op
posite The Oaks. Take O. W, P. Oregoa
City or Caxadero cars, get off at The
Oaks. . .
Xwlg County literature Lewis eoun
ty, Washington, Is sending out some
fine literature on Its resources and op
portunities In the hope of Interesting
homeseekera The literature Is gotten
up. In very attractive form, contalnln
beautiful pictures of farms., orchards
and land in the rough, A .copy, i
received at the - Commercial club tbl
morning. The booklet was published by
the board of county commissioners and
the committee that had charge of the
county's exhibit at the A.-T.-P, expoai-
tl,QlsW , 4 ., t, .1 i- ' V..f-i' :
Penney Bros.' rriday Ppeoiat Our
11.25 grade of port' or sherry, wine at
75o per gallon. -Our $1 -grade of port
sherry, tokay, Angelica or muscat wines
at ft per gallon. , Invalid port regular
$2.60, at 11.25 per gallon. 1902 straight
Kentucky whiskey, 'regular 14.60, w
18.60 per gallon. Kentucky whiskey.
regular H, at 23.20 per gallon. Friday
only. 879-881 K, Morrison st Phones
East 2(7, B-2426. Good delivered free.
Special Priday Only. Don't be de
ceived, t We sell absolutely pure wines
and llsuors. 11.80 quality port sherry,
angelica and muscatel wine, 76o per
gallan; $4 rye or Bourbon whiskey, $2.75
per 'gallon ; $ 4 .brandy $2.7 5 per -gallon
$4 rum, $2.75 per gallon. National Wine
Co.. Fifth and Stark. Phone Main (499,
Home, A-44P9. Delivered. . -
Installation of. Camp, Officers. Scout
Young camp, Spanish War Veterans,
will tomorrow evening give a public In
stallatlon of officers at the K. of P.
hall. Eleventh and Alder streets. The
Installation will be followed by a social
time. w. T, Phillips will be the new
commander. . -,.. .
Bobbed His KaomsuiU For robbing
his . roommate of a raxor, knife and 21
cents, E. Ranges, a laborer, has been
sentenced to four months on the rockplle.
He was convicted In municipal court of
stealing from Benjamin Frledericksen.
Tbey roomed In the nbrth . end. .
Will Meet la SJoaoolhone The Home
Training association of M on ta villa wt!l
meet at the schoolhous Friday after
noon at I o clock. Th address will -be
given by Rev. Mr. FlUpatrlck on. the
subject "How to Teach Respect to Pub-
no property. " ' ,
Construction Cmpy Incorporated
Articles . of Incorporation of the Con
cord Construction company have been
filed with the county clerk by D. Ma-
donna, D-LRagnone, N. Ca sola to and -&r
BlsotU. The capiUl stoTtk Is $10,000.
' Mrs, Dale loses. Bul Judgment for
the defendant was given by a Jury in
Judge aOena' department of the circuit
court this morning in the case of Mrs.
Dilla R. Dale against George Tu thill
Mrs. Dale sued for $3600 damages for
injuries sustained In. a fall In front
of TuthlU's property at Going street
and Williams avenue on September 15,
1908. - Mrs. Dale, an aged woman, was
hastening to board a streetcar whon
she stepped Into - a . hole between the
Sidewalk and the curb and she alleged
that TuthlU was guilty of negligence.
Two Gel JudgmentsJudge Bronaugh
In the circuit court yesterday gave
Judgment for th plaintiff In the case
ox the Statesman Publishing company
against the Ames Mercantile agency,
E. M. Simonton and-A.-B.-Keaton, f or
$28$ for the publication of a rural di
rectory. Of Polk county. Judgment was
also given In the same court In favor
of B. L. Bailey against ! the Jettison
Comstock Lumber company for $445.70
on a lumber Mil. - . .. v
Coughed tTntil Be Died Alexander
Lawson, 185 First street was taken
with a violent attack of coughing yes
terday morning, and-died before medi
cal, aid could arrive. He was 52 years
old. and recently came from Cheyenne,
Wyo. Heart trouble superinduced by
the spell of coughing has been assigned
as the cause of death. ..He was a book
keeper and unmarried. The body will
be returned to Cheyenne.
- South Portland Boosters The South
Portland Boosters will meet tonight at
the library of St Lawrence academy,
Third and Sherman streets. The esti
mates of City Engineer Morris of the
cost of the proposed filling of Mar
quam gulch, Sheridan to Arthur streets
and Corbett to Seymour street will be
considered. Hard surface pavements
will also be discussed. .Arrangements
will be made for a cltisens' rally Thurs
day night January.13. -
Stove Starts Small Blaze An over
heated - stove in the basement of Che
Oxford hotel. Sixth' and Oak streets,
started a small blase there last even
ing. The fire was confined to the base
ment and the damae-e will be 860.
Will Plead Monday Arthur Anson
was arraigned In the circuit court yes- j
and was allowed until Monday to plead.
The prosecuting witness against him is
Ester Anderson,' a 18-year-old- glrL
Swiss Watch Bepalrlng c.
sen, corbett bldg 2d fir, take elevator.
W A. Wis and associates, painless
dentists. Third and Washington. , e
- Dr, Baynss, optician.' Marquam bldg.
-An ffet!v method of freeing the
ajr of rooms from dust and germs, es
pecially desirable for schools, hospitals,
operating rooms and spinning mills, Is
the purpose of an electrlo fan which
revolves In a vertical cylinder and pro
duces a current of nearly two eubio
feet er seconds Water dripping on the
blades purifies the air passing through
them and then drips off. '
AT THE TIEEATllES
. Seat Sale Opens Tomorrow. '
Th advanoe seat sale will open to
morrow (Friday) morning at 10 o'clock,
at boxoffloo. Bungalow, for the famous
American actor and comedian. Max Fig.
man, supported by a splendid company,
Including Helen Lackaye, In the delight
ful comedy drama,' "Mary Jane's .Pa,"
for three nights. ' beginning, next Sun
day, January $.
"The Man From Komi." '
The central character In "Th Man
From. Home," th great Chicago and
New Tork success, which come to
Portland next week for the first time,
opening Its engagement at th Portland
theatre Sunday evening, U an elongated
Indiana lawyer. ,
Grand't Beit BilL
This week th, Grand has on Of Its
best bills, a program composed of high
grade vaudeville acta. - For tieadliner.
th Romany Opera company has beea
selected. No better singing act has over
been heard m Portland la vaudeville.
thai know how to sell
iiure aoout cream resi
dence real estate proposition
9 A. M. to 12 M., 322 Corbett Bldg.
Death of 3. W. SextonJoseph W.
Sexton, formerly of Portland, who died
yesterday In the state hospital, will be
burled today at Troutdale. He is sur
vived by two sons, II. C. and Ray Sex
ton. He was 62 years old.
Goes to Give lectuxes. C. S. Chap
man, district forecaster for the national
forest service, has gone to Seattle to
deliver a course of lectures on forestry
topics to the pupils of the University of
We Sponge and Press Tons Clothes,
all for $1.60 month. Main 614. A-4314
Wagons run everywhere. Unique Tailor
ing Co.-$09 Stark.
Steamer Jessis Harklns, for Camas,
Washougal and way landings, daily ex
cept Sunday. ' Leaves Washington street
dock at 2 p. m. ""'.'.;.;r
Beoovering Prom Blow M.Loydgren.
the aged man who was held up and
robbed of a silver watch and chain andlj
some . money by highwaymen Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock while on his way
to church, is still confined to his bed
to reduce my stock immediately i will offer
480 Suits, 300 Coats and
About 100 Skirts
THE MOST REMARKABLE VALUES IN, "NEW STYLES" EVER
. SHOWN IN PORTLAND
IS NO SIN
of Beauty Is to refine
lincouthnesa of human na-
We all bow to Ita power. - It Is
the only autocracy that has no nihilist
shadow. Alas! this means the fat wom
an must serve'- instead of rule, for i
beauty In woman la a composite of both 1
time and feature. ; . .'! I
Thousands of rat women are beautiful
of face. : But they lag behind in 1 the ,
race for prefereace-p-because a too pon-1
derous outline dashes the favor their i
face has gained- them.
retty fat women can reduce
not toe gooo, pure lined uesii) i
Cost and Values Abso-
v lutely Ignored
"ThTTtyieTlirTirtBe newest a
vanced samples and are as varied
as your tastes, and are "right" for
all kinds and conditions aad classes
of people. I want the women from
Nob Hill, the classy girl, the work
ing girls and the millionaire's wife,
also the school girls and the office
tVirls. The garments offered are
new, stylish, good anf it you
knew what I know about them,
there would not be a women's suit
or coat sold in the city outside of
my Sample Suit and Cloak Parlors.
What are you going; to do about it?
Women's Suits that cost $20 at
factory and which retail at about
$30.00, will be sold jg gg
Women's Suits that cost $25.00 at
factory, which retail at about
$40.00, will be sold $2 95
Women's Suits' that cost '$30.00 at
factory, and which retail at about
445 to $50, will be sold j JJ JJfJ
$20 Cloth and Silk Dress-tJQ' QP
es to be sold at tPOeOtl
All Marked Below Actual
$30.00 Long Chiffon A Off
Broadcloth Coats at. . V lVO
$22.00 Long Broadcloth Coats,
in all colors and sizes, (JQ QQ
go at . vlelO
$30 Rubberized Coats, in 1Q AO
Stripes and moire, for. . vieaO
$35 Rubberized Coats, C1 "j QO
in stripes and moire, at vi-XeaO
$27.50 Priestley Coats for. .f 11.98
$40 Long Covert Coats for $19.85
Selections from th light opera most
popular are rendered. " .
Bernard Daly at the Baker. '
A pretty Irish lov play Intermingled
with rare and hearty laughter Is "Sweet
Innlsf alien," In which Bernard Daly Is
appsarlng at the Baker all this week.
Tomorrow night, will be a benefit for
th Hibernians. . v - -v
... The Best Pancera In Vaudeville.
The best dancer to vaudeville, the
Novelty Dancing Four, are th hit of all
the vaudeville bill this week, and pat
rons of Pantages will thoroughly enjoy
their performance. Clever dancing and
delightful singing, combined with pretty
girls, happy chaps and 'stunning cos
tumes make the act on long to be re
membered.- ,;. : , " v r ,
V: RECEIPTS GROW
' , (Special bUpetek to The JoaraaL)
'. Roseburg, Or, Jan. 5. That Rose-
Sixth and Morrison
Madame Sembrich Makes Records of Her Voice Exclu-
.' sively for the " ,
burg Is growing rapidly in ihown v t'
poUl reclpt, which hIiow a fnin . .
1S.J per cent for Dcrvmbcr, IJnj, ovrr
thos of 1908. Jor the month of
cember.UOS, the total reoelpls -i
$1820.23, ss agalnitt a total of 141!).';.
for December, 1908... The lucres li
October was 16 per cent and In Novem
ber nearly 20 per cent
Salem has only 15 saloons, lees thott
one to -1000 of population.
IMOX TOB XOOM S8 XAarxXTOV sx.
131 TXTJaS BET. WASKTJiaTOS
AJTD ALSXM STi.
. ." coirgxaBrxB.
Distributor of Kaanfactarers' aad Xaa
porters' 0ampl Garment of
ladies High-Grade Appartl
tn oiit oitb nr orrr or ro&T-.
. UN. t .. ,'V.
Coats, Capes. Op
era Capes, Rain
Coats, Silk Petti
at Il.tO a coat,
etc., at half price
Be sur and call
at tms piac so
you don't rlK
your money; do
not miss . seeing
131 Third St.
IW are open frbm a. m.
"o S p. m.
One of the World's Greatest Sopranos
Go at Less Than .Cost of
$15 fine Silk Voile and Chiffon
Panama Skirts, to be CFf IA
sold at tWlAu
$20 Altman, Voile Skirts, (3JQ OA
with silk drop, to go atVaeO
$6.50 Novelty Dress
Skirts, closed out at. , .
$5.00 Black Chiffon Pan
ama Skirts for
DONT DELAY COME TOMORROW . IMPORTANT
ROOMS 203-4-5 SWETLAND BLDG.
SECOND FLOOR, WASHINGTON AND FIFTH STS.
Opp. Fifth St. Entrance Olds, Wortman &, King Store Take Elevator.
MRS. M, N. BERT
Representing New York Manufacturers Sample Cloak and Suit Exchange
Mr. Francis Rogers
Mr. Frank La Forge
PRICE3-J31 81.50 2 S2.50
, . OAmBZACSS AT 10
Will Appear in Concert at
The Armory Tonight
Direction Lois Steers-Wynn Coman ;
Seat Sale at Sherman, Clay & Co.'s
We Want, You to Hear Some of Madame Sembrich's
Records on the
BL 443 DMI4 TkaA Wash.
Russell & Drew. Managers.
WEEK BEGINS SUNDAY EVE., JAN.
Liebler & Co. s i'roauption
TED MAS 7BOM HOHB "
Br Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon
Wilson, S years' record run In New York
Land Chicago. Seats on sale today, i.ve
lVlnKS, SOe to $l.5fl; Wednesday and Sat-
lurday Mauneea, too to ll.oo.
TONIGHT ALL. WEEK
I -The noted actor of Irish plays and
sweet singer .
In His Xatest Snoeess
'SWXET IMKISr AHuEW
Evenings, 25c, BOo. 76c, 1; bat. Mat.,
i6c. SOc. Friday nltrht Ancient Order of
Hibernians - night. Next week, opening
Sunday Matinee Beverly.
MAXJT 6. A-1020
MAT. . XYERT DAI
ik MAT. ,
Street Safe Ag-aln The street depart
ment yesterday removed the coating- of
Ice which had formed about the foun
tain and watering trough on Sixth
street, at. the intersection of Ankeny,
and It Is again safe for team to ap
proach. The lea had formed so thick
that It was necessary to break Into It
with picks and crowbars. -? . 4
Charges of Trend Made-Charles P.
Whitney and Harry Lewis are named as
defehdants In suits filed In United
JStates district court yesterday by Unit
ed 8tates District Attorney John Me
Court, for ; the cancellation of patents
held by th two to Lane county home
steads. Charges allege that the two se
cured, title) fraudulently. ,
' 'r- -ii.
Prank Z.undy, who claims to have
been at on tlm a deputy sheriff of
rouglas county, was arrested and booked
at the St Johns police station en a i
charge of carrying concealed weapons at
an early, hour this morning. Lundy
was arrested at the Instance of L. IL
Smith, who had become nervous from
seeing Lundy . In his neighborhood and
feared that he was there with evil Intentions.-
When arrested two revolvers.
In a very simple way. No exercise no
dieting1 is r.ecessarv. Let them take
one jarmola Prescrlntlon Tablet after
each meal and at bedtime for a month.
The fat will- simply fade. No wrinkles
or pouches of skin will form, but the
toss will be uniform. The fat will go
as stealthily as It came; fade away.
The health will Improve, the eye grow
more brilliant th wit eorightlier. Mar-
mola Tablets are a boon and harmless,
uu, wm vim itimuun Aaviiivu-
aola prescription, . .. 44 s. - Marmola, H
os. Fl. Ex. Cascara Aromatic os.
Peppermint Water), and are likewise
cheap, a large case of the druggist or
nip rnarmom to., obb. warmer mag., ue
trolt, Mich., costing only seventy-five
cents. , .
Geary Street, above Union Square
- ' Just opposite Hotel St Francis - f
- European Plan $1.60 a day up
- American Plan $3.00 a day up '
Vewfteri and brick structure.' Furnish at
cost 61 $2y0.0O0. Every comfort and con
venience. Oa carllnes transferring all over
city. Omnibus meets trains and steamers.
Send for Booklet with map of San Francisco
The Big Suit Sale at
145-147 SECOND ST., BET. ALDER and MORRISON
; Goes Merrily On
A MANUFACTURER'S STOCK OF 1000 SUITS,
v COATS AND DRESSES AT LESS THAN
COST 'OF. MANUFACTURE '
Military Capes ; . . $3.95
Rubberized Goats.. $3.9
Dresses. . $5.00
,' ' . Furs at Wholesale Prices. -
OUR ANNUAL JANUARY SALE OF MUSLIN yN
' DERWEAR IS NOW IN FULL SWING . .
WHY WAS EVERYBODY SURPRISED?
CLEARANCE We are Clearing; we said
up," and that's what we are doing;
Plumes at Big Snaps
S10 Hats at S2.50
OsfiFScln PtaMe' Co.
303 WASHINGTON STREET, CORNER FIFTH
THE EIGHT GEISHA GIRLS
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JAW, 3, 1910
Eckert ft rranois
Xomaay: Opera Co,
The l"oar Baltas
Jjeo Ooooer and
' Boslaa SaUska
Matinee every day, z:30; any seat, 15a,
Rvenins; performances, 7:30, 9:15; bal
cony, 15c; lover floor, 25c; box seats, 60
SClss Kay Tolly la "Stop took Lis
ten," Novelty Danolng Tonv, . Valdare
and Tamo, Davis ft Thorndyke, el-a-phono,
X Van Trio, ito White, pan-iao-saoop.
Popular Prices Matloe
Pally Curtain 2;30, 7a and :OQ.
united States and Porslgra eSSrilrl
Procured. Defended snd -iJa
PACXfiO COAST PATE XT AGE9CT, Zss
. BtooirUm, CsX
On oi town peo!(
loan bT thair pjm
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