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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY. 3, 1910.
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, TO-NIGHT'S AMl'SKMKXTS.
; .Vfr . "J'rewnter'a Millions'
Wooderat liall ...
. r . . Muxlo concur
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f Moving l'ictures
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ndor Haw Indictment Augtistu
Jkor. charged with obtaining money
Vir falsa pretcnsos from John RO'
" itch, vui arraigned before Prealdln
' nfen Morrow yfiwrdar afternoon un
Via new Indictment by the grand Jury,
attorney objected to the proceedings
use the cans baa been resubmitted
is grand Jury, contending that th
tmnn i on I t amended and tha
nM nnt he twins arraicncd. Judas
iw held that tha Indictment should
V' l.'insldered a new, and overruled th
, " . 'Stion. - Tha defenite will flla a mo
r.'iT attacking tha new Indictment be
I 'i ha end of tha weak.
V' 'arance Opens Tha Willamette
Christian conference, which
yesterday morning, will be con
wtth threa aervlceg daily over
Vio i , i, February 8. Tha order of aarv-
,t rtl, as 'follows', 9 a, m., prayer;
ate preaching; 2:10 p. m., apodal sub
t tj:1S n. m.. devotional axerclcea
'ind,' i sermon. Speakers from Idaho,
.ter-jgton and Oregon are prasent
Charleg Uennett or tne con-
presides. Ilsr. Wallace Hnep-
paator Of tha Advent unnsuaa
on Second atreet Between xiau
llnooln. where the conferanca la
s JTotlca of Appeal Mrs. Llastla C.
on baa given .notice C appeal to
preme court rrom tne obcibioit oi
t Jude Morrow in a sun over
la property which she alleged was
y nor husband aa a trustee lor
John B. Davidson, tha defendant.
ed a divorce In South Dakota prior
a trial of tha property suit She
fed vnai ana lurneu uver ctimu
ftesta, to him In tna belief that
f.fthen restored. Judge Morrow aus-
, qed Davidson's claim to absolute title,
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''fire Protection Xeklar Alarmed at
overlng that - all tha hose tha
Iwood fire company possesaea when
n1f1 tnMhTi in ntt ' alrinr WAllM
? como within tOO feet Of some of
J : finest residences of that district
coupled to tha nearest hydrants.
people of that section 'are. clrcu-
n.HHna lAflaw aaailrtn,. Kt tamm
1 I i to put In a number of hydrants.
j J ' View Park and several other resi-
are situated in this man
giving tha residents no
worry. - :;;-:; -
) I 'M e sections
JiM fn(1 " la
H'fi'Ja bit of.
V Dlacnsa Annexation Annexation
TuJtnomti county is to be the sub-
for dlHcussion at the. meeting of
iern Clackamas county residents at
Grove' tonight Estacada, Cazadero,
nam. Mllwaukle and aeveral other
a along the Springwater divisions of
D. W, P., will ba represented by spa
i delegations, tha people along the
tcada Una planning on coming In a
;lal trajn. Tha Tortland Automobile
will eena dRiegatss. . The meeting
ba held at Oak Grova at 8 o'clock.
'.'11 n to cancel rateni-Action was
Light In United States district court
,erday by Assistant United States
Jct, Attorney J. H. "Wyatt against
In IU Flynn and G O. Peterson, for
cancellation of patents to land near
lidleton. Or., gotten during tha time
(rle Ware was United States com-
iNsloner. Flynn Is named aa being a
lading man and ' the rovernment
gea that ha did not regularly prove
man loft hi rooming place January t
lie packed lils clothe and effects in hi
room and announced he was going to
tha St Vincent hospital. All he took
waa a nljrht gown, which he rolled up
end carritid under hi arm. Thla waa the
Inat seen of him. lie in S3 years old,
Ilia hair and ayes are dark.
Vnited States ts. X.lqnor-"Unlted
States va. 20 kegs of mlsbranded and
adulterated liquor purported to be
blackberry brandy," is the title of
suit Just filed by United States Dls
trlot Attorney John McCourt The gov
ernment charges that 20 kegs of liquor,
mislabeled, was shipped to Kothchild
Uros., In Portland by K. O. Lyons
Haas company, of San Francisco, CaL
reed for Fuel Dealers Portland's
fuel dealers, organised Into the Portland
Fuel Dealers' association, will give their
annual banquet at tha Edelwela grill
149 Seventh street Saturday night Tha
Hat of guesta will Include at leaat lGt
persona. A committee of three. J. J,
Churchley, F. P. Waring and C. R. Ayls
worth, la in charge of tha work.,
Tha rnneral of Eugene Booney waa
held rrom me pariora or Dunning &
McEntee, Rev. Ira Taylor officiating,
Mr. Itooney waa born In Kanaaa In 188
and came to Oregon with his family in
1903. . He la survived by his mother.
threa alstera and two brothers. Mr.
Rooney enjoyed tha respect of a large
circle oi irienaa.
Are Ton a oood Canoert Why not
become oneT A short, time spent at
Professor Ringlets schopl will place
yo among tha best dancers In tha city.
Absoluts satisfaction guaranteed. Spe
cial half rates this month. Grand ave
nue and East Morrison, both phonea.
W. A Wise and associates, painless
l-dentista, Third and Washington. ,
JFusfc Clubs Ketlnir- Carpenter a TJn-
lon hall, corner of Grand avenue and
East Pine street, 1s to ba the acena of
tha meeting of tha United East Side
Push clubs Wednesday, , February t,
several important- questions will coma
up for consideration. . v..
Defendant Otts Deolstc Circuit
Judge Bronaugh has decided In favor of
tha defendant In tba case of U. Zeltfucba
and E. A. Clem agatnat M. J. Hlgley, In
which the plaintiff a claimed $25 for
finding a purchaser for a block In Couch
addition, .. . .; ,- . ';",... ,
Wa Sponge and rraaa Too Clothaa.
an for I.60 month. Mam tie. A-4314
Wagons run everywhere.' Unique Tailor-
lna Co- 109 Stark. 1 .
Steamer Jessie Barklna, for Camaa.
Waahougal and way landings, dally ex
cept Sunday. Leaves Washington atraat
dock at t p. m.
Sr.' Oustave X. 'Brnera announoea tha
removal of his off lea to . tha Blactrlo
building, sultajll. ;
Jefferson high school books at Castle-
man a pharmacy, 1ZB KllllngswOrth ave.
Examination for woman Tha United
States board of labor employment an
nounces that an examination for tha po
sition, of charwoman (female unskilled
laborer), will ba held in Portland, Or.,
on February ZS, 1918. Application
blanks and further Information can ba
obtained rrom Z. A. Lolgh. local secre
tary board of examiners, at the Port
land, Or., postofflce or from the secre
tary twrlfth civil service district at
San Francesco, Cal. Applications must
he filed with the district secretary at
San Francisco, Cal.. not later than Feb
ruary 21, 1910.
McTeron Disappears Douglas Me-
Feron, 628 Virginia street, as dlsap
peered and hla wife is unable to locate
him. lie left tils home Monfiay morn
ing for hla work In the plant of the
Schwarzschlld & Suliberger, where he
has been employed as bookkeeper, lie
took his clothes from the home Sunday
afternoon. Recently ha talked of going
to Beattla. -
Will Cost 976,000 Plans for a three
story brick building to be erected for
the Swiss Building aasociation on Third
atreet, near tha corner of Jefferson,
have been filed In the city building in
spector's office. Emfl 6ohacht & Son
are tha architects. Tha probable cost
of the structure will ba $75,000. It la
to be used for lodge purposes.
Formal Bohool Opening. Monday,
February 7, baa-been aet as tha day
for tha formal opening of tha ' new
North Albina high school Nearly all
portions of tha building are complete
and a large enrollment of students is
Dr. Kay nee, optielan. Marquam bid.
Regular Broadway car aervtee direct
to Alameda Park starts today.
rS121 T1 FT .1
' Because the Clothes Are
BETTER MADE AND
COST LESS MONEY.
";.;".., ' :'-,-.!-'. s.-V'
Werner - Pelf erson
' Just Moved Upstairs
Above Old Locatio n :
my2 SECOND STREET
J-y a i -o :
X--" z j
' ' '-t JL P K --
end Alicr Sts.
end Aider Sts.
Friday, Saturday and Monday will be Banner Days in -the Suit Dept.
Stock-taking begins tomorrow night. We want every, winter garment out of the store at that time. To close
out every Suit; Dress Costume and Coat, we make the final stupendous reductions quoted below. Come in the
morning, if you possibly can: On no account should you miss this wonderful sale. ; r i
FIUDAY, SATUIU)AY AND MOND
All Ono-Ploco b22,5Q:ClotkDreMes:Wt'b93
All Women'a and MisaeV Fanby Worsted ond Droadcloth Coati S." Half Price
All Cloth and gcalette JacUeta Formerly Sold , at QIO and $15 at
All Women'a and Mlaaea All-Wool Mannish Ellitures and Broadcloth Coats Sold up to Q15 at 0495
All Women'a Tailored Sulta Sold up to (34000 at 314.95 ,
All Women'a Tailored tSuita Sold up to Q3Q.OO at QIO.OO
All Fura at Half Price
All 3-Plece Dressea in Navy and Drown Broadcloth Formerly Sold at $25.00, Now $8.95
SALE OF 2000
Immense variety tt wonderfully low prices. An event of greatest
importance, for the savings are extraordinary, and patrons will have
the choice of the largest variety of atyles ever offered in a special
sale. We closed out these garments from one of the largest silk pet
ticoat factories in the East at an average of about half usual prices,
and pass them on to you at the same ratio. All perfect in every de
tail and are cut full width and length.
Beautiful all-silk' Skirts, with silk dust ruffles, accordion pleated, ruf
fled, tucked and plain tailored effects; many finished with ruchings,
in black, white and twenty leading colors. '.Made to sell at OA AfZ
$1000 and over, in this great sale at. tP'xa'
A 51.49 WAIST SALE
On display aild sale for the first time Friday. . A' shipment of 1000 Spring,
1910. Lingerie Waists, in many different styles, at a price which you would
expect to pay at the end of the season, rather than at the very Qt AQ
beginnmg. Special fof ' Friday,- each ., . , . . . i .... . . . ..;..,.... . . ej)Xata
Fine, dainty Batiste Waists, with very pretty fancy yokes, full fronts,
trimmed and embroidered: vai, venise and wuny jaces, and Heavy medal
lions: tucked backs, fancy high collars and new long trimmed C1 AC
sleeves; all sizes, 34 to '44. Starting Friday at, each.. tpAal
All Fancy Tailored Suits'
that "i- formerly sold from
$40.00 to $125.00 on sale at
rvalopmaat t IrfagTia Matsinf The
al rnefttng of tha Seventh Ward
eloptnent lea (rue i$ to be held In the
u at Mllwaukle and Powell streets
evening- at 8 o'clock. Tha election
tie off Icflra for the enaulng year, the
jKlon of the public service commla.
j question, the Brooklyn sewer, water
.1 and atreet extensions and thacre
A of several hard surface paving; dls.
s are to come up for dlucusslon.
lannay Bros.' Tti.tLy Special Our
IS arrada or port or sherry wlna at
leer tnllon. Our tt arada nf nnrt.
Firry, tokay, Angelica, or muscat wines
. $t per gallon. J avalld port, regular
'UE0, at $1.25 per gallon; 1908 straight
1 Intucky whiskey, resular 14. at 13.50
I ir gallon. Kentucky whiskey, ! regular
A at 18.20 per gallon, Friday only, 279-
JVl East Morrison at. Phonea East 187,
P uooda delivered free. - ,
I Isslonary Society. - Tha 'regular
1 1 ;tbly meeting of the : Ladles' Mla
Jjary society of the First 'TJnited
vyierian : cnurcn win oe neia J? ri-
mt 2:10 p. m., at the homo of
John A. fStewart, - 212 Sherman
Mrs, Douglas, missionary from
fill be present and glva an ao-
c it oi ner woric
ilttrlea TUlotson Klsslnr Charles
ot son, 653 Washington street, who
been ' studying osteopathy for two
a. haa disappeared. - friends nave
!d tha autborltlea to assist In lo
ir tha nan.' Over study Is thought
l-fff'fave over balanced hla mind. , The
Portland 8n Trauoleoo Seattle
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CLEANING UP ODD AND
Cloves ' Hosiery Umbrellas
Men's, ' women'a and chil
dren's kid Cao and Mocha
Gloves; vals. to $1.50, pn
' Women's repaired I Gloves.'
values to. $3.00, pair ;.--.;50 ..
Men's lined Gloves,, values to
$1.50, the pair. ...,. . .85a
- Women's ; fleeced I Hosiery. ,
35c value, the pair. . . ... 10P
Men's and women's Everwear :
Hose, cuaranteed 6 months:
: box of 6 pairs women's,
men's . . , ,.? 150
"Umbrellas all greatly reduced:
$2.25 values ..?1.58
$4.00 values ...... i .'.,.$2.79 ;
1 0at of town Monle
q wnr pit
ii Dnagwota dm
We will llvtmliml
22k toii er meu-e
tier Crowe 6.C3
6M Fining .ICO
LuaJ FffllsfS 1,03
Inlay Fillings 2.50
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n.W.LWU,fiammmim erPIli f.Ca
- hwdmmimm Pitnlett Cxtr'tle 5
WORK QUARANTEED SO IB VMRS
PalnlMi Extraotioa roe when claMeor bridM wetJ
koM.reo, jonutation rra iMmnotnlbtttiie
I jinln yrork ioM anrvksr. Ail wink full fgruam
suited. Modem lctrin eqnlpmeat. Kt motiwda ,
Xnrw nn. INCOeOBATSD
, taiaDaWAia.STS. PORTLAND, OREGON
Wfwm BouKBi a . at. a s i. m. asiuuyi, tea,
Bpsoraxist's zar oifOrss,
BOO, MORRISON ST.
Geary Street, above Union Squara
Just opposite Hotel St Francii
' European Plan $1.60 a day up ,
American Plan $3.0Q a day up
Rew steel and brick structure. Furnished at
cost of $200,000. Every comfort and con
venience. On carllnes transferring all over
city. Omnibus meets train and steamers.
. Send for Booklet with map of Sa Francisco
T ACT PUAMr.P
"THE HORSE FAIR."
FOR READERS Of THE JOURNAL
r THESE BEAUTIFUL WORKS OF ART
WILL BE A CREDIT TO ANY HOME
in , ii w. i 1 1 nyi w in i iii ii iiiu sin in imiiii i m ,mh. m vtmvwf .i"1 ' ' '"I'M " i.iijue .
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TTnitel Statas and roreKrs ttSsralarl
Procured. Defeuded and "fwIU
PACU-IO COAST FATEJTf AQXWOT, X9S
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iir ii -i rtitw'MtiiSiiV
America's Eminent Pianisfe
and thej now-famous
I,' -iWflrWTVk tT1T1
will be heard at the
Seat Sale Opens at Box Office,' Tuesday, February 8.
vf : ivi yi iic xijvyn appearea in roruana last year wiin me vni- ;
," cao Symphony Orchestra. The Morning Oregonian of May ;
I, 1909 said of her playing at that time; , ' . . .
V'Her piano playing reminds me of a mass of shining pearls,
-I with sparkling prisms of color.; Her encore was an arrange-
' ;' ment of the 'Blue Danube' waltz, by Schulz-Evlor-Godowsky.
J Tie fan- pianist is really one of America's great artists." -
Myrtle Elvyn, as well as many other world-famous artists, j
s the Kimball Piano exclusively in all her concerts'."
Kimball Pianos, grand and upright, Organs and Pipe Or
gans sold in the Vest exclusively by -
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LAST CHANGE (Iteywood Hardy). A Photogravure 22x28 Inches
HOW TO SECURE THE PICTURES
Starting Monday, February 7, and for several weeks thereafter) there will appear
in lhe Journal a numbered coupon becure seven coupons, consecutively num
bered, bring them to The Journal office,, wtih 5 cents to cover cost of handling the
pictures.. Take your choice of one of theJ four pictures. To secure the second,
third and fourth photogravures of the set; follow the same instructions in each
case, it tne pictures are to be mailed, send luc additional to cover cost of mailine.
Coupons numbered from 1 to 7, inclusive, and 5 cents, will entitle you to one pic
ture. Coupons numbered from 8 to 15, inclusive, and 5 cents, entitle the holder
to a secona - picture, etc. n you snouia nappen to miss coupons XMumDers
1 and2, then start with No3. ; The coupons will be printed daily for several weeks.
TALE(S bit TEETS
By tha MSX SHIFT At, CO-, DESTISTS.
Pain A la Mode
i,Jt.tnoct' other one thins:
5n?!i'l.n,,ny P0P' y from the
1Ui rf,ce fh 'er of belne; hurt.
L.i 4 r,1?11.?1 h0 doe" ork wlth-
SVffi.",fi, V over1 Paln usually han tio
.CU,ity in ,rl" Plenty of work.
Good classy work a-enerally comtnamH
remuneratlva fees. But If It could sui
fS" Yn ? the rnlnds of tha puhiin
;SBtil,.i'a?.,,tJ1 ork could b do" with
would not be minded, which la a fact in
pur office, tha dental offloes of tv
land would overflow witn patients, it
is tha shrewdest form of dental busi
ness to avoid Inflict (n n.n ,,n.,.
next). No word In the pode of ethiin
prevents our exerclslna that akin nnrt
if.VJ, n, ""Pt whlh shall maks
our offices tha mecca of the fparful.
lie, may do good work. This point
ni'd? ? P"ctlon. Ilia filling
should In tha language of the common
people, "stick." His upper plates
should stay up and tha lower one
Blf,1y. our ALVEOLAR METHOD in
aa followa: ,
1 -t -ny on ' wearing a partial pl,nfi
?.A,1.','. nn,l nas two or more t"'1"
''t-In alther Jaw, we will aupply a full
jet, without usinjr plates or bridge work,
that wlll be as firm In, the laws as na
ture s teeth and as iwrnini.ni .nj ..-.nm '
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Tha work Is oractlnallv
carries our gruarantee of satlf action.
Curiae pyorrhea loose teeth), a dli
ease riven up by other dentists as In
curable, la another of our specialty.
We cura It absolutely. It's a boastful
statement to make, but we can do any
thing that Is possible In dentistry, and
what we do la alwavg of the vrv hftrii-
est class. Our booklets, Alveolar Den
tistry, are free. Writ for one if you
cannot call. We have samples of our
work to show at all times. ,
TKB XXX DEJTTAt OO DEWTTST .
311 to 314 Abington Pldg., 106 V 8d &t.
Sundays. 10 to 12. Keep the address.
Terms to reliable people.
,; At Popular Prices Nest Week
' START1NO BUN. MAT., FEB .
THX "POSnAJTO TBCEATKB CO.,"
Direction R. E. French I
In Owen Davis' Melodrama. J
BSADWOOD DICK'S I. AST SHOT.",
Prices:. 'Mats.. 10c nd fi! vimlnir.!
20c, 80c. 40c, 85J and 60c. Box Of ffee
opens Batiirday 10 a. m. '
BAKER THEATRE i'iV
Oao. C. Baker, Man arrer.
Tonight. All Werk.
Cohan A. Harris, fVimniiianfl- nreannf
tha world famous comedy
"BBXWSTEEU JUXLtlOWS" ,
With Royal Traev and Oreat Oast
Sat Mat 86ci 60c. - Evenings, Z5 Rnr
7Sc. 81.00. Next week, etartlne- Sund;n
matinee -'The Right of Way,"
wmsic jAirtrTtT 31
Premier Wheal Aet
And Ser Six Pony
Matinee avery day,
Zrora. tha Cratr
tt Co., Alfred Jack
on, z,m KlxetM '
P a r t a e r, rrc
:80; any aeat, 1 5-
performances, 7:30, 9:16: )a '
cony, 15c; lower floor 6c; box sef 6lj
f n r mn ion c
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f RAWING SPECIAL RATES OFFERED
, t Journal readers who desire to have their
picturea framed can have the work done at
special rates by any of the following stores :
MEIER & FRANK CO.
LIPMAN, WOLFE & CO.
SANBORN, VAIL & CO.
, . WOODARD, CLARKE & CO.
-- The above iirms, in view of the large
number of framing Orders they" will receive
from Journal readers, have reduced their
framing prices to a minimum.'
WHERE THE PICTURES CAN BE SEEN
A set of the -beautiful Journal pictures
will be oh exhibition beginning today in the
windows of the following stores : '
Wopdard, Clarke & Co., Fourth and Wash.
Lipman, Wolf e & Co.; Fourth, near Wash
Meier & Frank Company Fifth St. Window.
Sanborn, Vail & Company, 170 First Street.
The Pictures Can Also Be Seen at The
AST AH CD VAUii itiflJ.T.
Week commencing Mondav Mn'.. Jr
81. 1910 Tai Bit Corao.las, I ur'f
Ursata it Aerial Artists i Karlaud a, i :
11 n sou. Pankr tt Cook, Plka k, Csilaie, !.i
White, Toroat t Tlot D'AEm, su"p- i
by their wonderful troupe of dnca.ct
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