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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENIN6, DECEMBER 2d, 1910.
if DICES SUCK
Russell of NevV York Says the
Democrats Will Win in '12;
Socialists in 1916.
lUnltrd Vrrm ImiM Wlrr.l
Los Angeles,' Deo. 20. Cbarles E4-
i tvni I miHNPii. Knriniiirr paniiinam inr
governor of New York at the recent
flection, predicts that L Socialists
Hrlll be successful in the national
election of 1918 and.iat a Socialist
president will occupy the Wtfite House
alter that year, ,"- - , .
"We now have two great political
parties," Russell said. s Both are putrid
with corruption. : One has been on trial
for yeara an4 It has failed and be
trayed the people. The Democratic party
will have Its chance In 1112, and. be
lieve me, It will make a horrible mess
of things, ' When the people realize that
both the old parties have failed to pro
vide a panacea for existing conditions,
the Socialists will be given their In-
Russell took Issue with Hoosevelfs
anti-race suicide - Idea, declaring that
the bringing of children Into a world
run as this world la run, ' la nothing
hort of criminal. - ,
"Under existing circumstances,' he
said, "race suicide is the only thing
Ending' between the working classes
GOLDEN JUBILEE OF '
SISTERS OF ST. FRANCIS
Lafayette, ,InL, Dec, , 20. -A notable
three days' celebration! of the golden
Jubilee of the Sisters of Francis be
gan today at St. Elizabeth hospital In
this city, which Is fhe mother home of
: the order In America? The ceremonies
opened this morning with pontifical high
mass, at,whlch Bishop Alerdmg of Fort
AVayne officiated. Noted priests and
prelates of the Roman Catholic' church
and many' members of the order from
' various parts of the country were itt at
The Sisters of St Francis were organ
iaed in Westphalia, Germany, December
20,: 1860 During, the France-Prussian
war the sisters were of great service to
the wounded soldiers and received gold
medals for , bravery from the German
government, t Later , they were perse
cuted on account jf religious differences
In Gormanyr and the late Bishop Joseph
Dwenger of Fort Wayne, who was pass
ing through Germany on 'his way home
from Romecalled at Olpe, Westphalia,
and Invited the mother superior to send
sinter to .America.
,tx young women arrived In Lafayette
in ,1875, and founded the Bt Elisabeth
iot the order in America. Since then the
order jiae grown to a membership , of
about 1000,. and has SS schools and 20
hospitals scattered over - the United
Slates and Canada.
ADMIRAL BARRY HEEDS
HINT TO TURN GUNS;- I
' WINDOW GLASS SAVED
4 (United Ito: LeasM Wire.)
, San Diego, Cal.. Dec 20. It
has become known that the gal-
lantry of Admiral' Barry of the
cruiser fleet, which has Just fin-
ished target practice off Fan
Diego harbor, saved most of the
windows in the Point Loma, The- 4
osophical . Homeotead from de-
struction. . , (
Every time the guns boomed
a window cracked, and the situa-
tlon became alarming. Kather-
lne Tingley, head of the home-
stead, at last asked the wireless
operator to wire Admiral Barry
Word soon came back from the
cruisers ' that the guns had been
turned In the other direction and
the remaining windows of the
homestead were saved. , ; . -.v
FILING AND LICENSE
FEES SHOW INCREASE
(Salem Bnreu f The Journal '
Salem, Or., Dec. 20,-rAn increase of
about 160,000 in the filing and license
fees of the corporation department at
the capltol Is noted for the two year
period closing with 1910 as against the
two year period closing in 190. The
secretary of state's biennial report wUl
show that the receipts of the corporation
department for the years 1901 and 1910
were $371,819.53 as against $3ll.71.S9
for 1907 and 1908.. For the two years
ending in 1908 the receipts were but
$240,049.78. and In 1904 . they were only
$191,616.87. There has been an Increase
since 1904 of nearly $200,000. . , .
Of the $$71,819.63 in fees collected by
the corporation department this year
and last $265,737.65 were from annual
licenses and $105,581.98 for filing new
or supplementary articles of lncorpora
tlon,1" , rry, '-v. -v -r;
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Aurora, IlL, : Dec 20. Posses today
areearchlng f or W. XL Morris, who, It
-t is auegea, Kiuea ; Mrs. l'Jiteao uumas
'here last night Mrs. Morris is aiding
'.the searchers.' ;.. . ?
. Morris, it Is believed, fled Into the
woods in Blackberry creek valley, after
killing Mrs, Dumas. Mrs. Morris prof
fered her aid to the searchers, after dis--
avowing allegiance to her. husband. .
w hi upen nioner vruer unices.
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beginning' of the year the American Ex-
press company will open two uptown
express money order offices for the con
venience of the public, and,' will be lo
- rated at' tbe Plath & Clarke drug stores.
SURELY BE DELIGHTFUL
What more attractive itinerary could
be arranged than that of the "Aloha"
excursion? In the first place, it Is a
Portland enterprise, and the first per
sonally conducted excursion to leave
Portland. ' The time selected for it, so
far as climatic conditions are concerned,
is the best; for it takes you out of the
rain of Oregon into the sunshine of Ha
waii. In addition to this, February is
the easiest month cf the twelve for the
business man of Portland to get away
and for the nonca forget all cares of
business. ' .
To the business man this excursion of
fers something more than 30 odd days
of rest, recreation and recuperation, for
it gives , mm an opportunity to create
business relations with the first of
Uncle Sam's foreign acquired possea
aions. If the merchant of Portland will
give this phase of the excursion a mo
ment of thought he will appreciate the
benefits of the opportunity offered him.
Aside from the business aspect, just
see what a delightful voyage as well its
an educational trip is offered the tired
merchant and his family. For the $0
odd days you will have no mall to
answer, yet the wireless telegraph with
which the SS. "Queen" Is equipped per
mits you to keep in touch with the of
fice and the folks at home.
The trip will not be 80 odd days of
continuous sea travel, for yon' are In
Astoria one day, San "Francisco two,
Hllo three and Honolulu seven. Where
can a more pleasant place be found in
mid winter than in , the mld-Pacif 1c in
the land of flowers and sunshine?
If you contemplate a trip, none can
prove so attractive. If you have time,
call at 249 Washington street for par
ticulars. . If you have hot, phone Main
229 or A-2293,and it representative will
call upon ;'yon.'''-?;,;:;j-t-,v;Vi'.'.' "yr-j-j&i.
, rnuy ALL UVttt d I H I c !
COMING TO PORTLAND
During the three days that the West
ern division of the Oregon State Teach- 5
era' association will be in Portland a t
number of notable Instructors will be
present In honor of Dr. Margaret (
n.v.11 . . r- w 1
DtruuiiaiiuvrKer 01 Dan jobs, iHi.f a-uu
Dr. David Sneddon of Boston a reception
will be given tomorrow night at the
Hotel Portland. A large attendance of
educators is expected.
During the three days' ' session at
Jefferson High school ' the following
musical program will be . rendered :
The special music for the Western
division of the Oregon State Teachers'
Association will be - under the dlrec
tion of Mrs. R. G. Montague. The pro
gram will be as follows: Wednesday,
9:80 "O, Lovely Night" (Offenbach),
Girls' Glee club of Jefferson High;
11;00 (a) ''Carry Me Back" (Bland),
Boys' Glee club of Jefferson High; (d)
The Miller's Wooing" (Fanning),
mixed, chorus. 2:10 "O, Let, Night
Speak of Me" (Chadwick), Mrs. Baltls
Allen. Thursday, 10:00 "When Life Is
Brightest" (Plijsutl), Highland Glee
club., 11:10 Cello solo, Fred Hanleln.
2:10 March Humoresque (Dohmanyl),
Miss Abby Wnitesides, Friday, 9:00
"Daybreak, Sunnyside chorus. 10:00
Good night song of the river, "The
Saucy Wind." boya' chorus of Elliot
school. 11:00 Bass solo, C H. Parrlaa
1 1:20 Jewel song (Faust), Mm. d'Auria.
Mrs. R. G. Montague, soloist; -Mrs.
Percy Walton, , accompanist; Mme,
STORE OPEN EVENINGS THIS WEEK UrmL 90 r,:ERCiLM3i:Al :j
GLOVE BONDS ISSUED FOR ANY AMOUNT
WELLMAN WILL AGAIN ;
TRY ATLANTIC FLIGHT
y-,;.' hiih""ihiw'iiiiiii mil . -.' ; (,; f -' -
. (United Premi liaaed W1t.
At.'antio City, N. J.. Dec. 20. Maurice
Vanlman, who was with Walter Well
man in the dirigible , balloon America
when Wellman attempted his . trans
Atlantic flight, will repeat the attempt
soon. 11 was announced today. Backed
bv a coterie of Atlantic City, business
men, Vaniman will build a new dirigible,
part of the - materials for which have
already been purchased. .Vanlman and
Wellman are no longer partners, and
Wellman wtll havs no connection with
the new venture, Vanlman said. The
new dirigible will be larger and faster
than the America. It will cost $60,000.
keep your teeth
white and sound,
sweet, until old
tartar, will not
25c and 50c at all
Druggists.' , .
i ""Sij Second
The Christmas of a Lifetime
-' The CHRISTMAS that brings into the home the new -
The piano that plays everybody's music, and everybody can
play artistically with personal expression. . - . .
OTHER PIANOS " '
IVERS' & POND, DAVENPORT & TREACY, WAL
WORTH GABLER, MELVILLE CLARK, and other lead
ing; makes in all the leading styles. ' . '
PIANO CHECKS -Arrangements
have been made witha number of our factories,
by which any piano checks formerly issued by us will" be
.accepted by us as first payment if presented this month. ' -
V . Other INDUCEMENTS
20 High-Grade Pianos left with us to sell at factory cost, in
, vyhich $129 is saved. ' '
The. Best $350 Player Piano 6n the market at $550. $3.50 per
- week. ' s -
The Best $285 in the city on payrnents of only $2.00 per week.
Our large display of pianos is on the second floor, where-you
have the cream of the pianomaker's art to select from and
as to price we.leave that to your own good judgment. '
. 1 . ; STORE OPEN EVENINGS.'
- ' Call for Nice Calendar. ' , .
Kovenden' Psasio' Co
- 103 Fifth St., Next to Perkins Hotel . '
1B4.0M tons 'Kenton coal sold "last
year, "nuf sed.", Try some. , T"ucott
Fuel Co., iztn . and overton. . M. 68,
A-166B. , :.!:,-', .
The home clgar-f-the finest Havana
and a most acceptable Christmas gift.
Sizes ' ' ' Box of Prices.
Regalia Paclflcos ........100 $11.00
Regalia Pacif ids 60 " " 6.B0
Senators ...... r. ........ . 25. 8.00
Invincible Chlco 60 - 6.00
Invincible Chlco , 25 . 3.00
Sichel's Special .... . . . . . . 60 6.00
Capitanos ................ 60 ; 6.00
Reina Victoria ......... ,,100 10.00
Armores ........... ...... 60 i.00
Reina Fina . , 60 3.60
Senorltas ................. 60 2.75
SJg. Slchel & Co., 3 Third, or Third
and Washington. i
mm v ,,w),,),wwwwhii h.wbiI'1'! iiiiiuhiwwpwwiii mill t i .iwiwiijmiiw I 'Win
Victor II ' Ifm ' 7P- :
- ' $320 ' fLT7S,
v Other, styles $10,
$170, $25, $40, $S0,
Ea?y terms can be '
arranged with your
dealer if desired. '
Don't let this Christmas go
by without getting a Victor or
Victor-Victrola XIV, $150
4 A .... t
Victor-Victrola X, $75
: Other styles $100, $200, $250. .
' Any Victor dealer will gladly play
any Victor music you want to bear.
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ' x '
. Victoi IVSacSiiriesi
;;: , Records .: and Supplies
Tho Uout in Valuo-Tho Best in Quality
Avvvv IV-. -wrri i ii 1 1 ii in
Only :4 ESoir
No Time to Experiment Now! ' Those Who Are Wise Will Come Direct to This Store
Here Are a Few of, the Undirpriccd Specials:
IN OUR BASEMENT:
Come Roam at Will Through Santa
And See What Gladness He Will Bring
It seema as if the fertile brain of the Christmas toymaker never stopped working for boys and girls.
Certainly the novelties this year are more wonderful than at any previous holiday season of the past.
Here you will find mechanical toys of all kinds as weH as drums, ; guns, wagons, wheelbarrows, rocking
horses', blackboards, books, games, dolls, go-carts and hundreds and hundreds of other things to gladden
the hearts of the little ones. And, better yet, many lines have been specially underpriced to insure abso
lute clearance. . CHECK THE THINGS YOU WANT ON THIS LIST AND BRING IT WITH YOU:
Appropriate Christmas Gifts for the Children 1 UailP'llSjP'O
New style Handbags, made of
the finest seal leather, with plain
and fancy German silver frames,
shown in the regular shapes and
the new fitted bags. Regular
$7.50 values, special fA QQ
for this sale at ...... VHt.iJO
$5.00 Handbaes ........82.98
$1.50 Fancy Belts
75c Arm Bands : f
40c box. Paper ;.29
75c Hose Supporters ..... .49J
35c Novelty . Tie Holders 25
$1.50 Kid Body Dolls ......98
50c Kid Body Dolls ....... ..39
25c Kid Body Dolls 19
25c Dressed Dolls ......... .. 19
50c Dresqed Dolls 39
50c Mission Chairs 39
125 Child's Tea Set , 79
39c Doll Cart .29
flomeXmas Suggestions for the Grownup
AT THE NOTION, COUNTER:
$1.50 Shaving Sets 98
$1.50 Comb and Brush Sets . .98
$1.50 Children's Sets ....... .98
$1.50 Infants' Sets ..98
$1.00 Infants' Seta 75
75c Cigar Jars ...... 4 ....... 49
35c Hair Pin Tray ...... ....25
30c Novelty Tie Holders ...25
Talking Machine Headquaif tcrs
353 WASHINGTON STREET
WHOLESALE FIFTEENTH and PETTVGROVE
Graves Music Go.
111 FOURTH STREET, . .
" DIRECT. FACTORY AGENT
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v arid Records
y Why not come to headquarters? Most complete stock
' ' .on the .coast . , '
Fine Leather Collar Bags, $1 Valnes at 75c
Fine Swede Leather Collar Bags, in grayi brewn, red and tan 7 C
colors, excellent for gift purposes, best $1.00 values on sale at...liC
Special Sale Doll Buggies, $5o Valnes 40o
' A special underpriced sale of Doll Buggies, made with metal AQ
wheels and wicker body, best 75c value on sale aff ........... , rtVC
. JSuuds Zuojis poo3 qiiA spctu 'jpu qiiM 'suicjj, jvaiurqaata i3j
.engine and two cars, with each outfitj one of the best toy bar- 7Q
gains we have ever offered; best $1.25 values on sale at...". .... .1 JC
50c Red Doll Chairs .........39 35c Girls' and Boys' Books ..25
50c Blackboards .............39 35c Toy Soldiers 25
- 35c Color Box ..............25 39c Wooden Gun and Arrows 25
Most Appropriate Gifts for I2en
Pay a visit to our popular men's section and see how very complete
ly we've anticipated your holiday wants.. Here youTI find complete
assortments of appropriate ift things, such as any man would ap
preciate: Ties, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Bath Robes, Smoking
Jackets, Socks, Shirts and hundreds of other things. All at attrac
tively low prices.
Attractive Lino Ilea's Tica , ...
An unsurpassed showing of the rnost popular; styles in neat and
attractive patterns ana coionngs at prices 10 suu an.
ues, on sale $4:49
Best $6 val- fi;QO
ues, on salr ilQ
Best $7 va d? AO
ues, on :. sale $DUO
Es? JKR m
Showing, Charming and Dainty
Sin a a Neckwear
Prices 4 Considerably lowered
Hundreds and hundreds of pieces of the pret
tiest, newest and daintiest holiday neckwear are in
'this bargain lot, and values are the best to be found
In this city. Included are Lace Jabots, Embroidered
and Lace Stocks, Silk Bows, Jabots and Stocks,
Irish Sets, Jabots, Stocks and Yokes, Cluny Jabots,
Fancy Scarfs, etc.' all are shown in attractive holi
day boxes and all are at lowered prices.
M en's. All Silk . Four-in-hand
Ties . ..25, 50 and $1.00
Band Tecks at ... . . . , ... . . 25
Club Ties at...... 25
Men's Fancy Suspenders in attractive pat?
terns, each pair in a holiday box, CQ-
75c values, on sale at '. . .Jrl .
Men's Fancy Susoenders.. with garters
and arm bands to match, $1.00 val- !Q
ues, on sale at .....",.... ....UfC
Men's Eiderdown Bath Robes, with cord
fasteners and, girdle, neat,, colorings, in
good shades. $4.50 values, on fro A(
sale at . . y .t V
Men's Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs, in new
natterns and colors, best 50c values. Oft.
on sale at.. ... ...f .OiJC v
Men's AU-Linen Handkerchiefs,' in holi-
$1.75 values, on sale at P J 111
Men's High Grade Kid Gloves at f 1.00
$1.50 and f 2.00.
Men's Fine Silk' Mufflers, at 60, 75,
fl.OO, 9 IXO and $2.00,
Silk Strand Ties with open ends
at ... ..... . . . .25 and 50
Windsor -Ties at. '.v. . .... .25
Silk Club Ties at. .25
WJAWCttVi.I,V u:- ... . I
35c Neckwf ar, one in a fancy box, this sale 25
50c Neckwear, one in a fancy box, this sale 35
75c Neckwear, one in a fancy box, this sale 50
85c Neckwear, one in a fancy box, this sale 65
$1.00 Neckwear, 1 in a fancy box, this sale 75
$1 25-Neckweafr l-irr fancy"r)Oxrthissale 85"
$1.35 Neckwear, 1 in a fancy box, this sale 89
$1.50 Neckwear, 1 in a fancybox, this sale 08
$1.65 Neckwear, 1 in fancy box, this sale 91.15
$1.75 Neckwear, 1 in fancy box, this sale )1.25
$2.00 Neckwear. 1 in fancy box, this sale $1.48
$2.25 Neckwear,1 1 in fancy box, this sale sjl.65
An Extraordinary Calo of
All Considerably Bednecd
An unequaled showing of thousands and thou
sands of Xmas Handkerchiefs for women and chil
drenthe variety of styles is so comprete that we
can suit every taste, and they are so arranged that
you can select speedily and effectively. Most all
come in attractive holiday boxes, and rnany lutes
are considerably underpriced.
A r K .
A Sale oi Bos Handkerchiefs
$1.85 box of 6 Handkerchiefs at .......... ,.fl.23
75c box of 3 Handkerchiefs at
$1.35 box of 4 Handkeff:hiefs at ............ .'s
$1.50 box of 6 Handkerchief at ' t
$2.25 basket of 6 Handkerchiefs at
$2.50 box of 6 Handkerchiefs at
Sale of Initial "HnTiidl:"rr'-f -
8c Swiss Initial Handkerchiefs at ,...."
15c Nainsook Initial Handkerchief at
20c All-Linen Initial Handkerchiefs at ,
35c All-Linen Initial Hanikirdut'fi at
35c All-Linen Embroidered Handkrn hi' f r r . .'
50c All-Linen EmbroiJerri Hand!. in1.,; , .'