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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, DI
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Hi OF REED
..ofiTUTE WILL BE
OF HIGHEST TYPE
President Foster Returhs From
Eastern Trip With. Applica
" tions From Many, Educators
' of Well Known Ability. 1" '
President W, T. roster of . the Heed
Institute, who is building a college of
liberal arts after his own ' Ideas and
who promlsrs to give Portlarfd -an in
stitution of learning? that will bo note
worthy, Is back, from a three months'
trip through the east,, the greater, part
of which he spent inspecting' .various
colleges and universities securing tips
on things collegiate. . .
One of the things President Foster
learned on his trip was that the F.eed
Institute, with a half doen: exceptions,
will have the largest endowment of' any
college in the United States. ; There- t
only one college west, of tUe .Atlantic
seaboard that has more than a $1,000,000
endowment Belolt . college,; Wisconsin.
There are universities. ' of course, .that'
pass the Reed Institute's endowment,
frfit the number of colleges that do so
Is very small. ' . ,
faculty Places Deilrafele.
'" With this encouraging argument to
present, the number of those anxious to
become members of the faculty Is large.
Mr. Foster has had applications . that
insure for the Portland school Instruct
ors of the very highest type. The sala
ries to be paid are good well up toward
the top scale. . Besides this, there Is
the remarkable opportunityand the
one President Foster counts on most to
bring him the men be wants to start
departments unhampered by traditions.
There will be traditions in time to come,
but they will be those founded by Pres
ident Foster and his faculty.
"I did not see any partlctular school
that I desire to taki as a model for
this one," said he, "and I am anxious
not. to take any school and transplant
it to Portland. The Reed Institute must
be unique, Just as Portland and the
northwest are unique The school must
meet the demands of the people of tills
part of the country, must try and train
lt students to take Dart in- the indus
tries of this section and to meet the
Approval of the people here; There is a
Kreat deal of Just,crUl Ibm of American
colleges and tlu'Ii work and I am anx
ious to avoid that as much as possible.
Date Hot Decided. .
"I cannot give exact information an
to wnen we win mind, when we will
open our college and other -such mat
ters, because they are thines that must
be decided with the trustees' and first
it is jieceBsary that. X' become better acquainted-with
this parr of the "country
and its particular needs," "
Incidentally Jlr, Foster is a believer
in newspapers. - : '.v.
"1 believe,", he galdY, ."the newspaper
Is one of the most important and most
helpful factors in modern life. Many
people whose intentions are good will
not give information to newspaper,
leaving It to geek it at places other
than those where it is known correctlj.
The result is some mistakes that couid
easily have been obviated 'by those
knowing the facts. The Institute wants
the cooperation and the assistance of
the papers in the work it is to do here."
This afternoon at 4:20 the board of
trustees of the institute held a meeting
in the offices iA the Ablngton building.
In which they consulted with President
Foster and heard-some of the ideas be
had garnered on his trip. '
YOUNG GIRL NAMED BY '
WIFE IN DIVORCE SUIT
Jennie A. Harris is plaintiff In a suit
for divorce from Patrick I Harris In
the circuit court charging him with
habitual drunkenness and with improper
relations with Grace Dye, a 15-year old
irl of Seaside. Ehe asks for custody
of their two chlldrep, 200 attorney fees
and $40 per. month alimony. She Js 33
years old and Harris 86. -
$726,000 ASKED IN
A' iudirment t for 1726.191 is .asked for
aeainst R. A. Graham in an answeY and
cross cemDlaint filed in Uulted States
court today by' J. D. Spreckles,& Broth
ers company and the Soutnern racinc
The answer comes in response to a suit
brought agalnFt the , two corporations
by Graham alleging they were ; witn
holdlng stock and bonds of the Rose
burg, "Coos Bay & Eastern Railway &
Navigation company, " which are his
The stock and bonds of this 25-mile
Fiinninr frntn Marshfield to Myrtle
Point have been" the constant subject
of dispute since the organnation or we
railroad company. In 1890 the company
gave Graham, ,lt la alleged, first
mortgage bonds ; and securities valued
at $225,000 to construct the road. Gra
ham was the organiuer of the company.
In 1892 the Spreckels advanced some
thing over 4590,000 with which to con
struct the line, takln'g stock and bonds
as security. Later, after the road had
gone into-the hands or a , receiver, , it
2200,000 more, in response to Graham's
demand that, the . ock ana Donas ,00
given ;riim; wey sk . :
$726,000 they claim is due, them-.,. '.
PRESS CLUB LOOKS "Al
FOR LARGER QUARTERS
'At'' meeting of the board of mana
m nMht Portland Press club yes
terday afternoon ' committee was ap
pointed to look for more commodious
quarters and to make a aexauea repprj
to the board, at its next regular meet
ing. . .;.,-',' ' ' 1 r
The' present location of the club on
tv,n fhirA finnfnf th ftrerrhants Trust
building! Sixth and Washington. . Have
been outgrown, so rapidly naa.tne
membership Increased in the . five
months the club has been organized.
Started by a handful of local news
paper men only last summer, the or
ganization now has 127 members. v
GUARDIAN APPOINTED ' .
FOR CHARLES W. SMITH
v ; '. r -' v 1
1 A compromise forestalled ft complete
hearing in the petition of Drv B. E.
Smith for the appointment of a guardian
T' 't ... is U ) .
Cruptiort Broke Out when 2 Weeks
Old Itched S6 He Could Not .
Sleep-Hair .All, Fell Out -
Cuticura Cured Him. ; "
1 Trains Arrive on Time; , ' 1 1 !
With the exception of the s Oregon
Washington express, the second section
of the California express and the Seat
tle express, of the Oregon & Washing
ton, which were about 10 minutes late,
trains are today arriving on time.
' "I wish to have you accept this testbno
ahtl, as Cuticura did so much'for my baby.
At the age 01 two weeki
his head betao to break
out with great sores and
by the time he. was two
months bis face and head '
were an awful sight. I
consulted a doctor, who
said it was nothing but t
light skin disease which the
baby would soon get over.
But be seemed to get worse
so I called another doctor.
His opinion teemed to be
the same. They both pre-
scribed medicine that did
' not do a bit of good, A
friend advised me to take
1 him to the hospital, which
I did. Two doctors there
gave me medicine in a liquid
farm. It did him no good. ; '.
"Nearly every day I would read a testl
nonial In reeard to Cuticura and my wife
thought she would try tt to see if it would
help toe baby. I got a box of Cuticura OlnK
ment and a cake of Cuticura Boap and after
usln? these he was entirely cured. Before
Cuticura cured him be could not seem to
sleep, as hs face and bead would itch ao.
What hair be had all fell out but soon he
had a nice head of hair and his face was per-'
fectly dear. It Is now nearly five years since
be was cured and there has been no sign of
the eruption returning. Chas. H. Evans, El
Flint St., Somerville, Mass., April 19, 1910."
, , A sincit sot of Cutleum fioap and Ointment IS
often rj Sc lent to cure, rendcrtag tt the most eoo
nomical traatntnt for aSeetloos of the akli) and
snip. Hold throughout the world.'. Potter Drus
Chen. Corp., Bolt Props, Bottom. Haa. tfftitSlet
tree, latest Book Cart atekla and ealp. J ; v
for his brother, Charles ,W. Smith, In
the county court yesterday afternoon. It
was alleged by Dr. Smith that his
brother, is- incompetent from excessive
use of cigarettes and last fprlng gave
Henry Schuderman an option for $9000
on one fourth Interest. in valuable prop
erty at 631' Marshall street where the
brothers live with a Bister, Lena B.
Smith, and another brother, Milton G.
Smith. x ' . '
By the compromise agreement & guar
dian Was named for femith without con
test and Schulderrnan took an option on
the entire property for $51,000, which is
about the figure Dr. Smith claimed it
Is worth,' Whether or not a sale will
be made at this figure , was left 1 unde-
In the last 100 years the state of
New York has sent only 1J Democrats
to the United States, senate.: The last
was Edward Murpby Jr., whose term
expired in 1899.
Not a "Cure-All"
Separate Remedies, Each De
1 vised for the Treatment of
a Particular Ailment.
There Is no "cure-all" among the
Rexall Remedies.' There are different
and separate medicines, each one devised
for a certain human ailment' or a class
of ailments closely allied. For instance,
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are recom
mended for the positive relief of stom
ach irritation; i indigestion, ; flatulency
nd dyspepsia. Tbey. are rich In bismuth
subnitrate, f pepsin -and carminatives.
They are preparetl by special processes
which perfect and enhance the great
remedial value, of - these well known
medicinal agents. This remedy seya for
26 cents, CO cents and $1.00 per pack
age.. Ever one suffering from stomach
disorder , should try1 Rexall Dj-spepala
Tablets, inasmuch as they cost nothing
If they do not satisfy, : : -' '
Remember, 1 The Rei-all Store la the
only store where these remedies may be
obtained, and every one in need of medi
cine Is urged -to Investigate and tike
advantage of the frank and ' generous
manner in which they are sold, i : V
The Owl Drug Co., Inc., corner Seventh
and Washington1 streets. .- ' ; . , ':
1. L1AYER S CO.
' Portland's Oldest Grocer, '
148 Third St. :V Mala 8432, A-4433 '
V XTTOZTOUBOKEB UCBKTICHXS't
A most delightful C hrlitmn
luf ury.. Call and inspect bur line,
and get the benefit of Direct Im- 1
portatioa 1 Moea,- r - ' t
CAuroBsiA s&aos rnmr ;
We have this PURE FOOD CON
FECTION in 1-pound and 2-potind '',
sanitary boxes; Glace Strawberries
in 1 -pound boxes and an assort-'
' ment of Figs, Aprtcots and Cher-1
ries. Look at thla line before yon
...buy your gift. , ,
: WB OPPE3 POB SATTTBDAT ,
Mincemeat "Bricks," Wb. ' An.
; pails, each ... ..i....5lUC
' Malaga Raisins, 1-Ib pkgs.-, Qg
New Canned Shrimp, two
cans. . v ..,,,.,....,., .juvC
GIfford's Mammoth Ripe ; iAj
Olives,, quart .OUC
Sparkling Sautcrne and
Burgundy, pint . i .131,
CTTff.THTWraS STJQQCSTZOira i
a r , . pint nd (rurt
Bar la Duo." ? . ; ;' . . . :..
Bmadled, rig and Poaches, , (
Virginia Hams. . , ,
V, Jordan Almond
' and Shelled Pecan.
- r . . " Cheese of an kind.
- - . -. Pint 01, '
ALL GOODS wz orrxB'Ajus'
1910" SITXrMXjrTS, AX1 GOOB
AJTD HO SPBCIAXLT "3 A L Z 8
BBLBCTXD" BAZTS It tt II
"PLTASB BKOV IZAttT.y
; , AGENCY THE STETSON SHOE
BASFJ' 1E STSE
230-232 MORRISON ST., NEAR SECOND
Suggestions In Shoes end Slippers That Make Practical Xmas Gilts
v-1 Y- " r)
Classy Styles lor
Dress or Street Wear
Patent colt or. gunmctal vamp, dull
kid or cloth tops in lace and but
ton, vici kid. box calf and velour
vamps, dull kid or dull, calf tops,
in lace boots. They arc made on
j the tery newest lasts high toes,'
short- vamps, medium ?and "high
.Cuban hccls- '. .
Special G2.5Q jj
I lira Uig!i lop Sierra Cools
They come m patent colt, gnn
metal and tan calf leathers, short
.vamps,, t tonnd ""mannish shape"
toes, double soles, very flexible,.,
lace "rxi button ? '
Made, of "pure
comfy felt, richly'
bound with fur,
soft belting, leath
er soles, ' lovr
heels, colors red,
wine, blue, brown
and black. .
The Famous W. L.
Douglas Union Made
All Jeathers, vfci kid, box calf, gun
metal and patent colt; lace or but
ton, on all the newest lasts and
, toes for street or dress wear .
' $4 and 03.J45O;
Something for the
Best grade Rubber Boots, fleece
lined, each pair , packed ' in fancy
Xmas box. A practical eift and-
? 80-YEAR-OLD HUSBAND
y Mrs. Mary Malvln Epton, ii year
bid, desires to be freed from her 80
year old,: 112.000 Husband, John Epton,
alleging 4 he; liaa been cruel and has
twice deserted -her, although they were
married only last May. She asks ; for
$5000 alimony, with $360 extra for her
attorneys and $100 paid to Jilm On lot
before marriage. j s
. Mrs. . Epton says her" hmjband left
her the first, time on June 3.. Just be
fore they were 'married, she alleges,
she contracted with him to purchase a
lot In Mount Tabor Villa for $1150. She
paid 9109 down and was to pay $15
per month she states, 'but before the
first Installment became due she mar
ried him. , Disregarding her contract,
she says, be old the property on June
6, at least gave a quit claim deed to
Allie Sedore on that date.
v she also alleges,' her husband trans
ferred about half a dosen mortgages to
B1 ward ' !.' Howard on 'June 4, the day.
after h left her. These transfer were
illegal, she nays, as she did not join
In the conveyances, s Howard and Alice
Sedore are made defendants in the case.
Mrs. Epton ' ays . her - husband came
back September 1, but lived with her
only until September 22. when he quit
for good. He called her names, she
says, when he(was at home and wrote
her scurrilous letters when he was
AVIATORS AT FRESNO
FOR THREE DAYS' L'EET
(Cnltri Prwi Lraiied Wlr-.l
. Fresno, Cal., Dec. 16. A three days'
aviation meet in which Glenn H. Cur
tiss and his stable of blrdmen will take
part opened here today. Curtiss, Wll
lard and Mars all made several flights.
Lieutenant McCloskey of the United
States marine corps was present as of
ficial barograph reader. ' Lincoln Beech
ey,r with a dirigible balloon, will make
an ascent; later , In the meet' Today's
flights were somewhat marred by a
heavy, fog.-.'. .. .ivi.r-.v f .; ':,,! ..
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FAVORABLE REPORT ON '
, : SIUSLAW ROLUTION
: ; ...c-..; -..:
(WsihlDRtoo Boreaq of The Journsl.)
. Washington, Dec. 16.- Senator Bourne
has procured a favorable ; report ; from
the Benate committee on commerce 'on
his resolution validating local expendi
tures made by the - Siuslaw people ' a
part, of the Joint fund t0 D lcnt by
that port as' a condition upon which the
federal appropriation w as made.
. ecu sun pedro
San Pedro, Cal,r Dec. 16. tThe' pal
atial passenger steamers Harvard and
Yale, which will run between Los An
geles: and San Francisco.' He today off
the San Pedro breakwater.
The vessels will enter the inner har-
How to Cure Rheumatism ;
Prominent' Doctor' Best Fresorip-
; ; , uoa-on x stiy kimou '
This is. a very simple and harmless
formula, but it ha worked wonders for
all who have tried it quickly curing
chronlo and acute rheumatism and back
ache. "Get one ounce of syrup of Sarea
parilla compound and one ounce of Torls
compound. Then get half a pint of good
whiskey (or sherry wine if it is pre
ferred) ftnd put the other two ingre
dients into it Takft a tablespoonfal of
this mixture before each meal and at bed
time..- Shake 1 the bottle before using.
Results . are felt the first day.,- Any
druggist has these Ingredients on had or
will quickly get them from his whole
sale house. Any one can mix them.
bor tfhlay to be 'prepared for their ft-;t
run on f..:3 coast, which la sehednltvl
for next Tuesday, the. Tale . clearing
from San Pedro and the Harvard from
Sen Francisco. ' ; - '.
Both ships arrived late last night
after, a satisfactory trip around the
, L 'J 1 1 JXJ
Cicrcr.CG C Cclci, C. S. 0
: r.Lsor;ic tet.:?le ;
West Park and Yamhill Sts,
SUNDAY, DEC 18 j
3 and'8 p. m.",-,' -
t' C FREE
Corner Fifth .
tJr& iJ .imM t1 O
GREATEST MERCANTILE EVTNT OF THE YEARI-OVER $l,CCD,C00 niVOLVED!
. We have purchase! the entire msmmdh btuineo of the BOSTON RAINCOAT CO( cae cf the hrget manriac
turers' of high-grade waterproof apparel in the world. , AH of their stores thronhout eattsrn United State will be .
consolidated with our own under our name. . To 'make a. prompt adjustment of the'finsscial aSfairs invclred by this
great purchase, it is necessary to turn these goods teto immediate cash within fifteen days. Over CSC3 Utest 1910
11 Fall and Winter .
jt -...M.I 1 , ,1 i - Vss , S ' , v, S
LJ t 1 I"
Comprising waterproof apparel of every description, have been allotted to our store here now offered direct to you
FAR, BELOW THE COST OF PRODUCTION
You have the choice of thousands of the very latest model coats, in all styles, fabrics ac3 weights of materials, at
' these prices. Not in many years has tach an oppcrtunity been presented to purchase Hh-cbss merchandise, riht
in the heart of the season, at such terrific redactions; SENSIBLE HOLIDAY PRESENTS. . .
Women's Fine Medium and Heavy : 'W eight
RAINCOATS AND tRAVHIETTES
Well made, durable all weather coats, in the very newest
models, in a, wide range; of popular and exclusive materials;
box and raglan effects; smart, snappy mannish coats, designed
to give protection against rain, wind and cold-' :
Boston Rainccat'Cos price $18.00; our price ',... 8.00
Boston Raincoat Co.'s price $20.00; our'price $1020
Boston Raincoat Co.'s price $220; our price .....,$12.90
Boston Raincoat Co. Y price $25.00; our price .51420
. Boston Raincoat Cow's price $30.00; our price ...$10,40
Women's Rutberized English TJohair, Silk
'A - Moire and Worsted Coats t
In a bewildering assortment of style and material effects. New,
mannish raglan sleeves; three-in-one combination convertible
collars, cemented seams,' fine dressy garments;, proper for
wear day or evening, rain or shine. '., - ' "
Boston Raincoat Cb.'s price $17.00;' our price ......9 8.90
Boston Raincoat Co.'s price $20.00; oar price ....,.$10.20
Boston Raincoat Co.'s price $28.00; our price . . . . :. $15.40
IfWs 'Fasliioiiable Fall and Winter
In medium and heavy weight fine, waterproof worsteds. Well
built, hand tailored. Sleeve Venetian lined, newest designs
Suitable any kind of weather, day or evening wear. " ! j
Boston Raincoat Co.'s price $15.00; our price 'Y.:$ 8.S0
Boston Raincoat Co.'s price $18.00; our price Rtft
Boston Raincoat Co.'s price $22.00; our price ..';. $12.40
Boston Raincoat Cc's price $25jOO; our price . .U,.:. 514.20 .
Boston Raincoat Co,'s price $230; our price .i...... $10.40
Men's Perfect Fittinj Heavy V eight
The Boston Raincoat Company, largest eastern (Sstritmton of the cele
brated Kcnyoa Raincoats, are included in this lot. .The fabrics in heavy
and extra heavy weight, new striped and mixed materials; military effect,
with reversible collar, wide lapels, big full coats, perfect fitting.. Warm
enough for the coldest kind of weather, hot absolutely rainproof,, .
Boston Raincoat Co.'s price $18.00; our price $10.20
Boston Raincoat Co.'s price $25.00; our price I...... $14.20
Boston Raincoat Co.'s price $30.00 to $35.00; our price $17.20
Boston Raincoat Co.'s price $35.00 to $40.00; bur orice S22.20
THAT SNAPPY, STYLISH ENGLISH SLIP-ON FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Double service, all weather coats. A real utility garment in a wide range of imported and domestic fabricsr The colors in fine
stone shades of brown, gray,, black, blue, tan and oxford. , ' , . ' - ' ' . ' ' 4
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
$18.00 English slip-on at .'.$10.10
,$20,00 EngUsh slip-ons at $12.00
$25.00 English slip-ons at ,. I . . ! 1'.'.. $15.40
GIRLS' STOIffl CAPES
With storm hoods; in blue and
garnet;, values up, to $5.00;
IIERE TIIEY ARE BOYS
Tan rubber coats double
breasted; sixes 6 to 14; $3.00
FOR MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS
$10.00 Boys' English slip-ons at .U....v.. .....'.....$ 5.40
$20.00 Men's English slip-ons at ' . 'l . . . . ; ,$12.90
$25.00 Men's English slip-ons at $15.40
$30.00 Men's English slip-ons at , . . . , t J... , . 1. .V. . . . $17.40
For the Mail Who Likes Blick
Scperi A3 Vcaier Ccdisstica Rahct id CTcrccal '
$20.00 Men's black dress coats at .:.;..........;.. ,.$10.90
$25.00 Men's black dress coats at $13.50
$32.50 to $10.00 Men's bUck dress coats at .. . . .$18.25
Every Garment Marked
in Plain Fignrcs Showing
Tremendous Price ; Re
ductions. See . Wonderful
Window Display .
THOE NIFTY, TAN
For Men and Wccn tX
bizes 5 to lQ'i, - '
302 Washington St., Cor. 5th