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DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAND,' TUESDAY EVENINQ, , FEBRUARY , 8, 1010.
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Hotel, St. franc
Mn.'1 Oliver Kina? Jeffery
for Seat tit, where she will
and Cambridge a
their opinion as t
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In believed "tb be
tra wa eslabllahe
Scientist . of. Boston
learWo be divided In
thoi effect upon the
Ink; cyanogen that
esent in me tail or
at cyanogen band
n th comet e apee
at Yerkee observa
tory yeaterday, acdordlnc to rneasagea
- received here, mi rao wa . jnaae
known to Camilla l-Ffanimarlon, v tba
French scientist. Iwho' ventured the
opinion that the'gal.j which ta colorleaa,
nnlnnnouH. anil ha all almondlike odor,
may possibly fleatroV all. Ufa on the
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The majority of Ideal elntlt'.ar
not Inclined to a (Tee- With lammanon.
They believe the ga otha comet' a tall
li ao rarefied that It wllk be repelled
by the earth. ' : - "'i'
AT THE THEATRES .
The Right of Way.'4
The dramatisation of Elf Gilbert Par
ker widely read novel, TThe. Right of
War" will be eeen -at the Baker all
thla week. Including the popular bargain
matinee tomorrow. Every reader of the
book will naturally want? to eo the
play; especially aa It la known to be p red
eemed by one of the bcu road com-
panlea aeen here thla aeasoa.
' ' "Deadwood Dick" Tonight, '
, The Portland theatre etock company
baa made the biggest kind of a Jilt In
that thrilling melodrama, Deadwood
Rick's Last Shot." Each member of-the,
Mg company has made an Individual
Nueces. The stage settings have never
been excelled at popular prlcef.
Grand's Premier Acrobats-,
, Premier acrobats are the seven! Hi am
bers of tho Montrose troupe.th held
line act n tho now bill at ' the-Orad.
Thla 3s the bent athletic specialty 'thfit
v, lortland has witnessed In year's. . ,"THa
i Hattle of Too Soon" la a rattling' bit
Mclnlyre & Heath Next Sunday
I Amerlca'8 foremoat blackface artiste,
Melnfyre and Heath, nupportod by Ju
lian Ftose, the Hebrew Impersonator,
togpther with a east of principals and
chorus, will present their latest musi
cal play BuecesM, "In Haytl," at the
Hurtffalow' theatre for three nighta,. be
ginning next Sunday, February 1S. ''
JJY DRUSILLA. VKhW 'oJ
(Social a ( a dallv fratur ef Tba Jonrnnl.
Any ooa wl.hlnf to loaert aucb Daw abonld
acta 1 alfurd . to , tb aactct Mltor or wim
libuae It bf tora 10 o'clock ia U awrolng-) .
Iter. and Mra. W. 8. Hotllngsshead
have returned from Mot Lake In .net
ern Oregon, where they spent two weeka,
e :-e :'-
H. Goldsmith and Louis Goldsmith
have been . viaitlna relutives In Han
1-Yanclnco. They bad apartments at tn'
CIS. , '' ; . ...
days with Mrs. C. A. Craft, ; .
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Mr, and Mra. George L. McPherso
have returned from tneli eaatern trl
Their Itinerary Included vlalts In Detro
and Lowell, Michigan, Chicago and San
Francisco. . In Detroit they, were the
gueata of Mr. Mcrherson a parents,
o o . '
Mra. Norria Gregg, returned 8unday
rrom-a visit ofaome weejes in can
fornia.-. . j. ; , -
Mr. and Mra. A. L. McCully enter
tained at bridge In their Waat l-Vjk
atreet borne last night, compllmenttirjr
to Mra. Georae Cartwrraht or ixnuon.
Daffodils and greana were uaed with
retty effect about the rooms. Seven
ables of bridge wefe played and Mrs.
F. ' A. Jones and O. A. Lyman received
high honors In the . game. Mra.. Mc-
Cully'a gueala were Mra. George Crr
wright, Mr. and Mra. Herbert Holman,
Mr. and Mra O. A. Lyman. Mr. and Mrs
F. A. Jones, Mr. and Mra. E. L. Thomp
son. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. M. Aahley, Mr,
and Mra. W. A. Hathaway, Mr, and Mra,
K. a. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Chariee A
Rumelin. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Froehlich,
Mr. and Mra. I. C.Sanford. Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Caswell, Mr. and Mra. It.
w. Wilson and Mr. and; Mra. Fogarty,
Miss Alma Lauritsen was hostess at
five hundred" yesterday afternoon, en
tertaining twenty-five of her friends at
her apartments, 69 North Twenty-third
street Pink' carnatlone were used to
decorate the -attractive apartment. In
the game, prizes were won by Miss
Blanche Shott Miss Louise Gleaaon and
Miaa Alice Dougherty. Those aharlng in
the pieasurea or the artemoon were Miss
Louise Wllllama, Misa Edith Levy, Miss
Mildred! Meyers, Miss Genevieve Kelly,
Miss Halel Ttchner, Miss Irene Flynn,
Miss Matme Helen Flynn, Mine Flelen
Doble, Miss Leonids FJeury, Miss .Freda
Brugh, Miss Elva Goldsmith, Miss
Gladys Howard, Miss Blanche Shott
Misa Edna Patterson, Miss Vera Patter
son, Miss Florence Davis, Miss Louise
Gleaaon, Misa Alice Dougherty, Miss
Adelaide McCune, Miss Margaret Forbes
of Butte, Montana, Miss Vinla Beren-
steeker, Misa Mabel Korrell. Miss Laura
Korrell, Mins Geraldine Coursen, Miaa
Louise Randan and Mrs. E. A. Robin
Graduate nurses of' Portland enter
tained yesterday afternoon In the rooms
of-the medical society of the Medical
vullding, when a number of nurses, not
member of the association wero pros
-A fat rlnh will h ora-nnlzed FriHnv
ie Veiling of this week in room 283 of
me csneriocK Duuomg. All wno are in
terested in cats are Invited. Those who
are active In promoting this organization
are ;. v. Minton, J. tj. Jioward. Mrs.
M. L. Austin and Mra.
Snl."i Jarnrn at the Kungarow.
The, American actor, Louis Jamea.
assisted by Aphle James, will present
Bhakeapeare'a great drama,' "ilonry
VIIL" , tomorrow at . the special price
matineefc- and at, the last performance
tomorrow night "The Merchant of
Venice" will be the bill
Splendid Bill Pieces.
' Walter C. ?Celly and Fred Lindsay
are the feature acts on the new, bill at
the Orpheum this week. Mr. Kelly. "The
Virginia Judge," glvea a most finished
performance, arid his characterisation
of the southern! negro is a scream. Mr.
Lindsay presents his wonderful act of
whip manipulation: Matinee every day.
Frank E. Alley, an attorney and stock
man of Roseburg;, Or., is a gueat at the
Imnerial hotel. . ;
L. A. Loomls, a capitalist of Ilwaco,
Or.. Is registered at 'the Imperial hotel.
C. L. Hamilton, a merchant of Roso-
burg, Or., ia at the Imperial hotel.
W. P. Campbell, superintendent
the Chemawa Indian reservation. Is at
the Imperial hotel. ,
A.. N. Orcutt and J. JL Butler, attor
neys of Roseburg, Or., are at the Im
C. W. Jones, superintendent of . the
penitentiary at Salem, Or., is at the Im
nerlal hotel. j
Dr. C. H. Brewer of Sclera, Or., Is
among the guests registered today at
tne notei uregon. ,
Roger D. Plnneo, a dentist of Salem,
Or.,. and wife,, are at tho Hotel Oregon,
Bent to- Demonstrate , h Merita 'ot
Pyramid Pile Curc
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dreds showing all stages, kinds and dn
greea of- piles which have been ' cured
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4 letters you -would no doubt go to the
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We do not ask you to 'do 'this. Send
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H.i E. Allen. Dr.
II. J. Breete.
It. Is of interest to know that Miss
Elate De Wolfe of New York' Is to havo
full, supervision in the furnishing and
decoration of the interior of the new
Pacific I'nion club to bereeed out of the
old 'Flood mansion. ooDosite the Fair
mont hotel In 8an Francisco. Miss De
Wolfe Ib now in San Francisco, where
she is consulting daily with the men
having In charge the building of the
club. She wa at one time a star in
Frohman's galaxy, and for years was the
confidante and friend of Vlctorlen Sar
dou, but gave up the stage to become a
decorator. Since her advent into this
new field, there is hardly a big home or
Institution of any elaborate kind built
that Miss De Wolfe is not consulted in
some way In Its decoration. Miaa De
Wolfe long lived In Washington Irving's
old home. Seventeenth street and Irving
Place, New York, and It is said trans
formed it into tho most charming and
artistic of abodes.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Newton of Spo
kane are 'being entertained at the Nor
tonla during their stay here, and much
attention has been shown them. Mr.
Newton, who is a business man and In
dulges his splendid tenor voice for
pleasure instead of professional pur
poses, was the soloist for the Apollo
club concert last night and scored heavi
ly. After the concert the members of
the club were entertained 'at a "stag"
reception at the Nortonia by Judge H.
W. Hogue, the president. Mrs. Hogue
had a few friends in her suite at the
0fJ same time and together thev enjoyed
ine inrormai singing or Mr. xsewton,
Dom Zan and? Ashley Van Tine.
This noon Mr. .and Mrs. Hogue en
tertained for the Newtons with an elab
orate luncheon at the Nortonia for Mr.
and Mrs. Newton. Covers were laid tor
fourteen and the table was most at
tractive with yellow jonquils and Parma I
violets. The guests included the of-'
fleers of the Apollo club and were Mr. j
and Mrs. W. H. Boyer, Mr. and Mra.
John Claire Monteith, Mr. and Mrs. (
Sydney Lathrop. Miss Leila Shelby,!
Ralph ,W. Hoyt Frank Branch RHev and i
Henry Teal. Mr.'-and Mrs. Nowton leave:
this evening for their home. They
were elected honorary members of the
Apollo club last night and the wish ex
pressed thait , Mr Newton might each
yea be the soloist; '
8 INJURED JN YARD ,
COLLISION AT 0GDEN
(Cnited.Pms Leased wire.)
Ogdfen. Utah,, Feb. j 8. Bight persons
were seriously, injured and a score
received minor bruises when a Ma lad i
valley motor car 'of.' the Oregon!
Short Line collided 'wlth a south
bound passenger train in the Og-
den yards todayiv , The, moat seriously j
hurt are." S. CiSkaln. San Francisco;,
Mary Walsworth, Los Angeles; John!
Meyers, Finn Brooks and Mrs. Jeppsen, :
Salt Lake; J. A. Jones and, W. H. Ran-i
som, Offden; , Harry Aldred, Blackfoot,
Utah. They werej taken- to a hospitaf.t
The accident occurred -on a sharp curve i
at the entrance to the yards. The heavy
train met tho. motor-car 'in a headon :
collision and every; passenger on thai
motor waa more or-Jess severely hurt.
RYAN'S ELOPING SDN? f .
- ' uniiae tSMTtl nni
Administration Sees Pxeslden
tial Smoke Rising, and
j j Sends Handy Man. v- -
"1 ' (Called Prest Lsaecd Wire.)
Cincinnati, Ohio, Feb. . Attention of
Democrat trroughout Ohio la being dl
rected towar4 Governor Harmon for re
nomlnation by the party, following the
action, of the Taft administration In
tending Wade II. Ellis Into Ohio, to
align the. Republican force. It I ap
parent that the administration, seek the
defeat of Harmon for reelection,' aa that
reelection, would mean -.that Harmon
would become a strong candidate for
the Democratic presidential nomination,
Republicans here believe Governor liar
m'on would make a better pr'Montla
race than any other Democ; now
prominent In th party. J
Kill resigned hi position a, aaslat
ant United State attorney general yea
terday to aecept the chairmanship of
th Ohio Republican exeoutrv commit-
tee. This fact alone I taken to Indi
cate that the administration is Intense.
ly interested in the Ohio gubernatorial
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Pasadena, Cal, Fe4. : ,?-Following' the
departure of the young. couple; for the
east, it was learned' that Tliemaa F.
Ryant Jr., scm of Thomas. Fortuna Rykh,
the New , York- financier,', had been liv
ing incognito With hla brida iri I'asadena
since their startling elopemeiitvfroni the
easf recently,-; i . Young Ryan, with his
bride, , who was Miss - Barry "of .Balti
more, are on their way to NeW York to
face Ryan and beg forgiveness- They
lived here at the Hotel Green. They ar
rived without baffgage except two small
handbags. They kept their secret well
It, is "understoon that Ryan. Sr., was
unforgiving, but that' Mrs. Ryan sent,
money regularly. .- t
A moving platform unde Broadway
from Fourteenth street to Forty-second,
with' a capacity greater than the pres.
ent. subway system. I, the latest rem
edy proposed to- sqlVe New; York' irush
hour problem. '. .
Strawberry blossoms 'were foundun
dei the anow near Milton. .- ,
Kin. Emily Vlnaon.
(Raaclal DUpatcb to The Jooraal.l
Dayton. Wash., Feb.- 7. Another na
tive daughter of the Willamette valley
Mra Emily Vinson died here yester
day, aged 52 years. She was on of the
first white children born In the vicin
ity of Corvallls. Burial was In the
Dayton cemetery thla afternoon, fol
lowing a service at the United Brethren
church by Rev, I. H. Wilson. Mr.
Vinson came to Columbia county SO
year ago and . married E. H. Vinson.
6he was a sister of E. W. Clark, an
attorney, and E. R. Clark,, a druggist of
this place. The surviving children are:
Dr. Floyd Vlnaon of Elmlra; Elgin, or
Starbuck; Lor en Vlnaon and Lorely Vin
son of Dayton, and Mr. Sylvia John
ston of Dayton.
Grant Wade of Gilliam County.
' 8pell Ptspstcb to Tba Journal.)
Clem. Or., Feb. 7. The sudden death
of Grant Wade of Olex. at Spokane,
Wash., was a great shock to this com
munity. Mr. Wade wa at Spokane on
big land deal, and was taken sick
Thursday. On Friday he was operated
on for appendicitis. Saturday evening
he was convalescing nicely, informa
tion was received. He suffered a re
lapse, and died at 8:15 Sunday morning.
Grant Wade waa one or ine mggest
landownera of Gilliam county, owning
Individually about 6000 acres and inter
ested in 6000 more. He was vice presi
dent of the Arlington National bank and
a director of the Condon National bank.
His home residence at Olex is one or
the finest in Gilliam county.
Mr. Wade was born on My .
at what is now East Portland. He came
to Gilliam county at the age of 16, and street, cneisea, Mass.
engaged In thi stock' business. A th
country settled up. he closed up , his
range and became a wheat raiser. On
Thanksgiving day In November, 1888, be
married Mis Bell Martin of, Olex.
Three children were born to them Let
ter, Martin and Dorrta. ' Beside hi
family. Mr. Wade leave two half broth
er, R, M. Wade of Portland and H. M.
Wade of Estacada; one half sister, Mr.
Liddy Marrn of Salem; two brother, J.
F. and Sherman Wade of Clem; two sis
ters, Mra' Lucy William of Anacortea
and Mr. 'Rachel Gordon of Bay vleWi
Wash, . , ,.:.'...
Mr. Wade was a member of th A. T.
and A. M. and A. O. IT. W. lodge of
Arlington, which will conduct th fu
neral ervice at Olex Tuesday. '
(Special DUpatok ta The Joeroal.t '
Wallowa, Or., Fob. 7. John MeCub
bla died, kt hi home la Lostin Sunday
evening froni" cancer of the stomach.
Ha had been very III for eome time. Th
funeral waa held Wednesday. -
Mr, McCubbin wa on of the pioneer
of thla valley, coming her In 1(77. He
first atopped with John Womack on
Bear, creek. Mr. McCubbin. wa the flrat
man Mr.' Womack met In the atat. That
wa nearly 49 year ago In Waaco
TAFT AS CHAMPION
V OF CANAL LABORERS
irjaltod Praia Leased Wtra.1
Washington, Feb. t. In a . special
measage to congress today President
Taft recommended leglalatlon to vali
date the claim of . government em
ployes who were Injured while working
on the Panama canal prior to the paa
aage of the employers' liability law. , i
The president ' criticised the time
limit of DO day for the filing of death
claims by survivor of employes. Great
Injustice, he said, haa-been dona the
famlllea of Spanish employes, who were
unable to file claim within the limit. 1
He recommended that the secretary
of commerce and labor be authorised
to decide upon all claims filed since
the employers' liability law wa en
acted. He further urged that th prea-
CIIALLKXGE FROM PORTLAND
Ident be given authority to settle all
claim which arose before that law wa
passed. , iv ,-., - ,' ; U ?','. ,.
A proposition,. 1 on foot to establish
In .the ancient city of Palos, from
L - .ill.,.,' 1 , .
which Columbu sallod t dlik-ovor tt t
new world, a permanent agrtcultuml
and Industrial exposition to Im-rcav
the friendly and commercial relations
between - the nations of the. western
hemisphere and Spain. ',. ' .
Portland Druggist are seeking th
worst case of dyspepsia or constipation
In Portland or vicinity to test Dr. How
ard's new specific for the cure of those
So confident are they that thla re
markable medicine will effect a lasting
cure In a short time, that they offer to
refund the money should it trot be suc
In order to secure the quickest pos
sible Introduction Portland drugglats
will aell a regular fifty cent package
of thla medicine at half price, 25 cents.
This specific of Dr. Howard's will
cur sick-headache, dizzy feelinga, con
stipation, dyspepsia and. all forma of
malaria and liver trouble. It does not
imply give relief for a time; it make
permanent and complete cure.
It will regulate the bowels, tone up
the whole intestinal tract, give you an
appetite, make food taste good and di
gest well, and lncreaae vigor.
Woodard, Clarke & Co. have the
agency In Portland for Dr. Howard
Specific for Constipation and Dyspepsia.
MORE THAN TWO THOUSAND
PEOPLE SEE COOPER DAILY
During L. T. Cooper" recent stay In
Boston, it 'is estimated thaf sixty-five
thousand people talked with him and
purchased his medicine. This 1 an
average of over two thousand a day.
His success was so phenomenal aa to
cause universal comment both by the
public and the press. There must be a
reason for thie. Here Is the reason
given in his own words by Mr. Cooper
when interviewed on the subject He
The Immense numbers of people who
are calling on me here In Boston la not
unusual. I have had the same experi
ence for the paat two yeara wherever I
have gone. The reason Is a simple one.
It Is because my medicine puts the
stomach in good condition. This does
not sound unusual, but it Is In fact the
key to health. The stojnach is the very
foundation of life. I attribute 90 per
cent of all sickness directly to the
stomach. v .
Neither animal nor men can remain
well with a poor digestive apparatus.
Few can be sick with a digestion In per
fect conditipn. As a matter jjf fact,
most men and women today aVe half
sick. It is because too much food and
oo little exercise have gradually forced
he stomach Into a half-sick condition.
My medicine gets the stomach nn't
where it waa, and that Is all that ,
Among Boston people who are staunch
believers In Mr. Cooper' theory la Mr.
Frank" D. Brown of 67 Bloomlngdale
"For five year I have sought relief
for Indigestion, stomach trouble and
dyspepsia, spending nearly all my wages
with doctors and obtaining no results.
I had dull pains across my back, ra
diating to the shoulder. I had split
ting headaches, which nothing seemed
to cure. There waa a gnawing and rum
bling in my stomach and bowels. I was
troubled with vertigo and dizziness, and
at timea almost overcome by drowsiness.
"I felt tired and worn out all the
time, my sleep waa not refreshing, and
I would get up in the morning feeling
as weary aa when I went ta bed. My
appetite was variable ravenous at
times, then again nauaeated at the sight
of food. Sometimes my face was pale,
at other times flushed. I waa consti
pated and bilious, and had catarrhal
affection In none and, throat, which
caused me to hawk and spit a great
deal, especially In the morning. I heard
so much of the Cooper remedies that I
decided to try them. After taking one
bottle, a tapeworm 60 feet long passed
from my system. I felt better almost
Immediately. All my troubles disap
peared as If by magic, and my Improve
ment waa rapid. I now feel entirely
well, and can honestly recommend Mr.
Cooper's medicine to anyone who suf
fers as I did."
Cooper's New Discovery Is sold by all
druggists. If your druggist cannot sup
port you. we will forward you the name
Of a druggist In your city who will
Don't accept "something Just as good."
The Cooper Medicine Co., Dayton,
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SPRING STYLES, 1910
YOUMAN AND BROOK
AND OPERA HATS
For Spring Now Ready for Your
. A , Inspection,
The Peer of All $3.00 Hats.
100 STYLES AND SHAPES FOR .SPRING
For Spring in Popular Shades
We Were e.ffitae
Thirty thousand good, hard, round dollars rolled into our of
fices yesterday from 9 o'clock to 3.
Five thousand dollarsevery hour.
Eighty-five dollars every minute.
Every tick of the clock was worth $1.50.
Our record yesterday proves conclusively the worth of
Buy Your Piano
Wednesday, Feb. 9th
IT WILL BE YOUR LUCKY DAY
Read Ihis and clip the following coupon and present it at our store
the first thing Wednesday morning and it will be worth $100 to you.
To the first ten persons presenting the following coupon at our
store Wednesday, February 9, we will honor it for that' amount on
any new piano in our store, no matter what the pake, whether it be
$250 or $600. -We have a special object in doing this, and it is con
fined to only ten pianos, and good for Wednesday only.
WE HAVE BUT ONE PRICE f ,
We guarantee our prices are from $50 to $100 less than the same
grade of piano can be obtained elsewhere, and all are marked. in plain
figures, so you have an opportunity to compare prices before using
the coupon, and that is why we give you a couple of days to investi
gate. One hundred and fifty fine pianos to select from.
' February 8, 1910.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
on any new piano in our store if presented Wednesday, February
9, 1910, providing it is one of the first ten presented,' as only ten
will be accepted.
HOVENDEN-SOULE PIANO CO
106 Fifth Street, Next to Perkins HoteL
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
Do not overlook it. Remember, it' is good for Wednesday only.
Balance can be paid in easy monthly payments if desired. Who will
be the first? Come early.
Ho venden-Soule Piano Co.
106 Fifth Street, Next to Perkina Hotel . ,
To see it is to believe in itto buy.
No better property ever graced the residence section of this
city. Let us prove to YOU that this is so absolutely so.
The time is ripe NOW to get a choice selection in this great
tract at a right price. Don't let your delay cost money.
BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING
O. W. F. BUILDING
AT FIRST AND ALDER
This splendid location becomes novy available on
account of the railway company moving its offices
into its new Electric Building. . , ,
O. W. P. Building, First and Alder
A few minutes' delay In treating some
cases of croup, even the length of time
it takes to go for a doctor often prove
dangerous. The safest way Is to keep
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the
house, and at' the first Indication of
croup give the child a dose. Pleasant
to take and always cures.
FOR WOMEN ONLY
Dr. Sandersons uompouna
Savin and Cotton Root Pill.
The best and only reliable
remedy for DELAYED PER
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"My father hat been a sufferer from sicV
i never found any relief until pe began.
taking your Cascaret. since no nai .
begun taking Cascaret he ha never had
the headache. , They have entirely enred
him. Cascarets do what you recommend
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