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THE OREGON DAILY, JOURNAL, PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENING, DECELiDER: 0, ilSlO
' LISTS Ml '
Hccent ; Labor Troubles Said
, to. Have Strengthened the
Movement Throughout the
Empire..- . :
Berlin, De. 80. -Th gOYernment fer
that th Socialists will coma near "car
rying the empire" whenerer a general
election take place. ' It r !s. V lthoot
knowing, playing In to the band of tne
Socialist! fcy- ita unusual vigor in the
cases of those who were arrested during
the recent Moablt labor troubles. Thirty-
iuui men hiu wviiivu i uvw khmw,
trlaL The followers of Karl Marx are
making the most of these cases. , , '
Romance which was followed by trag
edy is recalled by the announcement that
Maoolescn permission to . abandon her
name and assume that of Fran von Ot
terschuets. This roost nnrortanate lady
is a Countess Mlldlug- von , Koentgs
brueclc by birth. Her brother is master
of ceremonies at .the Saxon court, and
the members of her family have been
prominent among the nobility for cen
turies. Manolescu was the ,' notorious
Roumanian swindler who posed as a
prince and a millionaire and was really
a burglar. . - ;. ' x y .'
At the summit .of his fraudulent ca
reer lie met Countess Angelica, and made
lore to her. Fascinated, she fell an
easy victim. They married and lived
happily, till Manoleeett was arrested
while committing one of his many burg
laries., He Is now undergoing penal ser
vitude. The counter's then found out to
whom She had been married. Broken
hearted, she returned to her home at
Dresden and lived in strict retirement.
Her name was, however, a constant bur
den, and an unpleasant reminder to her,
and after" obtaining a 'divorce, she con
tinued to bear it- Now the king has re
leased her from thl painful link with
the past ' ,
Protect Stock Kalsiar.
Reply mg m the relchstag Inquiry rela
tive to the increase in the price -of
meat. Herr Delbruck; secretary of state
for the interior, said that the necessary!
restrictions on the importation of cat
tle and meat could not be removed just
to meet the requirements of the. home
market . The, most effectual safeguard
against a real meat famine lay, he
said,, .In the ; protection of Germany's
ever-increasing stock ; raising industry.
The kaiser has been handing out more
advice, most excellent advice, by the
wAT.-A::;- :r" " 'v : -.
At , the opening j of the new naval
school for the education of marine offi
cers, 'the kaiser delivered strong tem
perance sentiments. In addressing the
cadets he warned them in solemn man
ner against the use of alcohol., The con
duct of war, he said. ! demands strong
nerves, and for this , reason alcohol
should be avoided. In the operations of
warfare that nation vrill be In the front
which has been the least addicted to
A cabinet order from the kaiser to the
cadets was read, ir. which he addressing
his "young comrades," reminded them
that their calling demanded much sao
riflc and Incessant application. The
naval officer must be an educated man
in .the general sense, as well as pos
sess technical knowledge. The times
demand men of iron, and therefore char
acter aad personality are first essen
tials. ). :,vy; y ':y y"
The kaiser, counselled the young men
to cultivate moral and religious views,
and to remember that victory la won by
Intellectual powers, not by a people who
guzzle rum and indulge in idle things.
SAYS GIRL WAS KILLED
BY CARELESSNESS;. SUES
Myrtle - Putnam, mother and adminis
tratrix of the estate of Mable Putnam,
who was killed September 2 by the ele
vator In the Pacific Monthly building,
has "started suit in the circuit court
against the owners of the building for
tuu. in tne complaint cuea yesterday it
Is alleged that Jf. A. Gerardy, elevator
operator, employed by the directors of
the building, was unskillful in handling
the elevator, and that it was due to this
that the young .woman was crashed to
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A( Pipes! Pipes!
Meerschaums, y Briars, - Calabashes,
Turkish, German, every shape and
every kind. Sig. Slchel & Co- 9 J Third,
or Third and Washington: , t
TO CLIAW THB TOZC3
Use Brown's Bronchial Trochea
MOTHERLESS BABIES NEED BUGGIES; .
HAVE YOU ANY TO GIVE AWAY?
, . Wanted Baby buggies.
; Just ordinary baby carriages, aod the
more they have been used the better
they will suit '
Cabs, four wheelers or , hansoms, old
fashioned or of the latest model ,,. In
workmanship and design, but lots of
them is the Christmas cry coming from
the Portland Baby home,
When old Kris Kringlo creeps through
the chimney out at the Baby home he
will have missed his mission if he falls
to leave about 20 little baby wagons for
the outings of the little folk who re
side there. Placarded and second hand
wagons will be Just as acceptable out
at the home as a new design. In fact
the more children who have been
"jiggled" and "teetered" in the buggies
the easier the springs will be for the
babes, who haven't enough to go around.
Provision has been made ; for the
great Christmas tree the babies will en
joy, and loads of candy and fruit have
been heat, but the things that are really
wanted are the old fashioned baby car
nages. The little folks need to be taken
onto the outer porches on warm days,
and there are only a few buggies at
hand. Officers of the home have an
nounced that no gift will be ralte as
acceptable as baby buggies about 29 of
them. . ,,y,' ,, y
Useful Gifts Seeded."' y
Christmas will be observed among the
charitable institutions of Portland with
a prodigality ' that only a prosperous
city can afford. AH of them are ar
ranging for festivities to entertain their
tsmates and make thens forget the hard
side of life. But while entertainment
will be famished In plenty, it Is planned
to make the gifts intensely practical.
Out at the Boys' and Girls' Aid so
ciety 61 children will be remembered
with clothing if the garments can be se
cured, and from the Children's home,
the ' Florence Crittenton home, the
Fraicr detention, Home for Motherless
Girls. Salvation Army Rescue Home and
the Hoihse of the Good Shepherd comes
the same request gifts will be appre
ciated, but, make them things the in
mates can use. :
Perhaps one of the most interesting
celebrations of Christmas will be held
at the Patton Home for the Aged. The
old men and women who are spending
the winter of their lives out there will
b furnished with a splendid dinner, to
be followed by music and entertainment
and as the notes of the minuet ring out
it is intended that old feet and gray
heads shall turn back the flight of time.
''', v-' Turkey 'for Hundreds.
At the Portland commons 1000 "men
will eat turkey, and hundreds of baskets
will be prepared to be sent to families
where feasts are not the rule. A private
box will be sent to every Inmate of the
city or county jail and . the stockade
prison at the Linnton, rockpile. The
wives and families of prisoners will be
given baskets. , 'i:'.;; ; .
In preparing for the Christmas cele
brations all the charitable Institutions
are dependent to a large degree upon
donations that are sent from the homes
of the city. While the Baby home wants
buggies, all the others are asking for
clothing as the most desirable gifts that
can be sent ,
At the Boys' and Girls' Aid society
they range from 4 to 17 years in age.
Sume of them are small and some of
them large for their years but they
will try to make the gifts fit.
POLICEMEN GIVE GOLD
STAR TO CAPT. SLOVER
Captain A7 E. Slover, In charge of the
second night police relief, was a much
surprised man last, nignt, when on as
sembling his squad. Policeman Rupert
stepped from the ranks of the officers
who were standing at attention, and pre
sented the ,captaln with, a solid gold
star. of the regulation eim, inscribed'ia
blue enamel, "Captain Portland Police."
The gift was as a Christmas remem
brance. When the captain received the
star he stood speechless for several mo
ments, and then with a very audible
sob In his Voice and tears in his eyes,
he attempted to thank his men.
He immediately donned the new star
and discarded the other.
' Renton coal is best It's washod. Costs
less, burns Dest Trusoott Fuel Co.,
wholesale agents, 13th and Overton M.
65, A-1665. v
IN THE VARIED AND MULTIFORM USES FOR FAM
ILY NEEDS THE PUREST STIMULANT IS DEMANDED.
IN THE LARDER AND BUFFET, FOR EMERGENCIES
OF HEALTH. FOR CHEER AND COMFORT, FOR
THE AGED AND FEEBLE. AND IN THE USUAL CON
VENTIONAL FORMS OF HOSPITALITY . .
TAKES PRECEDENCE ON MEDAL MERIT
REGISTERED AND RATED
AS "AN ABSOLUTELY PURE
foM at an ersMfUMcafeiaiid by )otier
We Have Made Every Arrangement for Taking Care of the Immense Crowds. y Wej Look Well to Your Wants Here. 25 Departments
We Are the Exclusive Agents for Mark Cros3 English Gloves and Leather NoveltiesHandbags, Traveling Bags and Suitcases Our Line Js Complete
Xmas Cuts on
Our Entire Line
All the Best Makes
PEARL OPERA GLASSES, WITH
U j. HANDLE
$36.00 Lemalre Op. Glasses $30.00
$26.00 Lemalre Op. Glasses $22.00
$26.50 Iemalre Op. Glasses $22.23
$32.00 Lemalre Op. Glasses $27.00
$24.50 Lemalre Op. Glasses $20.00
$25.00 Lemalre Op. Glasses $21.00
$11.75 Marchand Op. Glasses $9.40
$14.00 Colmont Op. Glasses $11.00
$11.25 Iris Op. Glasses at $ 84k)
$17.00 tVerna Op. Glasses $14.60
$10.00 Versa Op. Glasses $ 8.00
500 Sels at V Off
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COMPLETE LINE GAMES
AND COUNTERS. -
aessSets, "500". Sets, Bridge
Sets, .Whist Sets, v Dominoes,
Checkers, Plaj-ing Cards of all
kinds, and the durable Wood
lark Cards at 35c the Deck.
Do your own ironing and pave
half your laundry bills. A prac
tical, well-made fine-working
Iron and will last for "years if
properly taken care of, $4.50
From 25c up to $5.00
the box. Dainty Eu
ropean makes and
all the newest odors.
Our prices are the
lowest in the city.
FOR PERFUME i
Makes a dainty gift
for any lady; all
sizes and styles. Per
in Xmas Boxes
All Sizes, All Grades
and at All Prices
Tinsel for detorating Xmas stick
ers for your packages Dennj
son's Crepe Paper fordecorative
purposes Tags for ; package
Greeting ; Cards and Booklet
Xmas ! Postal Cards, etc
From $2.50 to $25.00. We sell
thera under our own guarantee
and will change 'points to suit the
hand Plain and fancy styles .
Very Lowest Prices
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:..:,vejlv, f( 4"
M;n'eure Sets j
rfer- 4" "
Every size from the
little ones for vest
pocket or hand bag
to the large, ; elabo
rate styles for the
lady's dressing table,'
priced from $1.00 up
to $15.00 the set.
You couldn't give a more accept
able gift than -a nice Stein. Some
people prize them more than vases
or pictures. Our line includes all
sizes and is priced at from 85c up
. to $5.00 each. On third floor.
Dogs, Cats, Apes, Monkeys and
scores of other things, OFF.
In the Art Gallery
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1 1 mm
Oil PwnUngs. . . ; . .... .HALF OFF
Water Colors . . . . . . FOURTH OFFn
Pastels, Etchings . v..'; FOURTH OFF
Antique Mirrors . . v . FOURTH OFF
Fine Toilet Sets
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c - Sterling Silver ' Sets : ,
Silver-Plated Sets )' .
: ' German Silver Sets
. - Parisian Ivory Sets . . .
. Ebony, Foxwood, etc, etc
The Largest Line of Single Brushes
on This Coast 1
We have just received f a
large, new line of these pop
ular hot and cold bottles, in
cluding " bottle, - decanters,
humidors, .-cups,- can-yine"
cases,' glass 'holders and 1,
many other unique and use
ful things. '.
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An Ideal Gift
for the Ladies
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Dainty odors for dainty ladies,
from 25c up to $25.00 the box.
See them on display at this big
The universally-indorsed ' self
filler as y necessary for 'the
busy man or woman as the quill
pen was to your grandfather
at $3.50 and up
Exactly like cut, and in all
other styles. Antique French
Frames: and novelties square
and round Trays, with' tapestry
and glass bottoms Dainty lit
tle powdered gold Frames, with
beauitf ul old prints, or unfitted,
Gillette's Sets,' Durham '
Duplex,- Ever Ready
Sets, Auto Strop Sets,
Ward Sets ; and all the
other makes. '
$1.00 to $35.00 You
caivfind one here at a
price you can afford to
pay.They make ideal.
Christmas gifts, y
. THIRD FLOOR
Amphora - iRoyal Bpnn
Vases, complete lines,
all styles; hundreds of
pieces. ' One-half off. ,
Xmas Cuts on
A complete stock.' Every shape,
size, and grade to be found in this
section. Many of them cut almost
to cost They make satisfactory.
and lasting gifts for Christmas.
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Cut Glass Sale
Berry. Bowls, Nappies, Sugars,
Creamers, CeleTy Dishes, Water
Sets and dozens of other pieces,
now selling at one-fourth off. ;
The El Tosto Sets on the break
fast table and toasts the brea3
as fast as you want -tit. Keeps
voast hot and crisp.
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Prescriptions; Called For, FJlfcj and
Delivered in the Very Quickest Time
Only Distilled Water is Used Here
Five En tiro Floors :
Pictures Framed Exactly as You
-.WanLThcia..by-Our-Corps of Six-
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We Are Vithin TvoBlocl of Every Streetcar Transfer-Point in the City. EnUrc Hoorn