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OHECON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 21, 1910.
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The liqoor license committee jvester-
day afternoon, t a ipeclal eBion, re-j
" 'ueI lp recommend , the granting 'of a
license to the Quelle restaurant, a re
sort famous over the. country for its
, crawfish, , The present license Is' held,
by Sechten & Schlenk, who have been'
under fire on number of occasions for
violations of the law. . ,
Tb Quelle, license was only one of
I' 10 thai were held up by the committee.
,,Eut' th other nine wer all for places
,' conducted by Japanese and other aliens
j ,The tommittee also held tip licenses
.! of seven Saloons for further consldera-
tlon and a report from the chief of po-
lice. , . , '
USED PART OF 1M0NEY -.
. LEFT-TO CHILDREN
' ." On . account of . property loss !n the
, Exposition building fire laat July, Mr,
Nina. C. McCommon petitioned the coun
, ty court yesterday to be allowed to ap
ply 1675, .formerly set aside, to the ext
penses of caring for two children under
her charge for six years. The money
was to be presented to the children
when they became of age. - The children
re Florence and Oscar Mllligan, Hand
12 years old, respectively.
The money and children were left In
the care of Mrs. McCommon,: clx years
ago. She lived over the drug store of
, her eons at Nineteenth and . Washing
ton streets, which store was destroyed
In, the , fire. 'This loss left the foster
mother ; In pressed financial circum
' stances, and she had to use part of. tha
money belonging to the children. The
: original arrangement waa set aside by
-' the county court, and when .the board of
the two children was"figured it was
found tq, be, only $12fa month for the
'two younghters." t '
-. Besides the amount originally" left for
- the children; Mrs. McCommon spent $37
,f her own money, and ha offered her
rare without charge. .- i: ,
- Mrs. S, .Zimmerman, mother of, the
' children, readily agreed to the settle
ment. Mrs. McCommon took charge of
the children January 15. 1904. ; Had not
the fire caused the loss to the woman,
she would have had a neat sum to pre
, sent the children when they became of
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. . MOTION PICTURES
,' On the KOth Of November' Dobb's ar
rived in Seattle after tpendini; 10 years
"in northwestern Alaskn. 7 vBaps tBkln
s motion pictures, his pictures : "have
f caused a sensation wherever shown.
. People of Portland, do you realize that
,Iiobbs Is bringing to you motion pic
tures, the likes of which' have never
; Weri scen'ln yanr ity or In the world?
HolHg theatre. December 23-29.
AChance toSavemas Moiiey
Talking Machines at
Less Than Factory Cost , J
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These new instruments will be sold by us at prices never
before offered to the public. While they last you may
have your choice of any used instrument in-stock at
great saving. ' Make a selection-froml the list: ' . " 1 v
Regular $10.00. . , , . . . . .
Regular $17.00 $12.50
Regular $23.00 ;:...;.. $1 7.00
Regular $30.00. , t $20.00
Regular CoTOQ $23.75
Regular $55.00. , : $42.50
Regular $75.00. . .. ;.. ,. .$50.00
J ; Every machine is riew.and
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ai so greai a saving win pe welcomed Dy many, so.come
early and secure an outfits-cash' or easy payments;" "
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' , , 111 Fourth Street, Portland, Orego. . - . ,
. ; paJ... 1.! 1. - I J"jaaajgaiaa; .. ii ggSi!SjaagS-aaiM
fi de luxe train of commodioas
up-to-date eoacher, cmoking
car. dining car nd parlor-ob-tervation
car. , : '
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u 4 10a. Rattle -0"!ia
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U 1.07m Crotralla W i.S"m
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Nortlicrn Pscuie Ry
Tuhtls: Portland. 2SS MtwritonSLi
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Palm Bordered Eoad In Nature's Paradise Vhere Hawaiian People, Roam
Those i'who ; accompany the - "AJoha"
excursion to1 the Hawaiian Islands in
February . next will have no chance to
complain of a liick of sightseeing. . ,
ProbRbly , nowhere else In the , world
are people so blessed by beautiful na
ture, with the things that are pleasing
to the senses. 4 On every Side are. tower
lrig , palm trees... bordering In graceful
magnificence the drives and walks in
both public and private grofmds." The
royal palm Is probably the most sym
metrical of all the various varieties,
and is one of the first objects to attract
the attention of the visitor,'
" : The wonderful mountains and'beautl
fut valleys which radiate from the city
of Honolulu as a- center are a constant
Invitation to the averago Jiature lover.
And it la in Hawaii as nowhere e!se
that the call of the wild Is wholly benef
icent None of Hawaii's beauties is
sinister. If the mountain tempt you,
yield without question, for In all their
extent they contain nothing noxious. Ha
waii has not a snake of any kind,: nor
reptile or , Insect more to,t be dreaded
than a bee or a wasp. Moreover, there
are.no poisonous vines or shrubs, such
fully tested and-the onpor-
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Xrfng Wtoel Bale, .
. , Ample Booui. . .
Sio 1 uacturet. ,
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Twnty-third and Vahinftoa 8t.
xxLrrr;cr3 hai;t 53, A-m?.
as poison Ivy or poison
oak, to bt
avoided. ' ; .-, , ' .. ' , ' .
No city is so surrounded and so Inter
spersed with waving palms and tall,
swinging coeoanut trees, flowers and
weeping vine of every conceivable va
riety known to th tropical climate as
Is Honolulu. ' , Climb the mountain be
hind the city and the scenic view of a
lifetime is had. Green In varying shades
predominates where the rlcs and sugar
cane .fields and the meadow grasses
with shrubs and forest ; trees fill the
vista, and off into the north sparkles a
sea rivaling in blue the arching vault
untirthe horizon is but dimly traced.
If you havd.not made your reserva
tions for the Aloha"' excursion . do- so
at once, for the steamship "Queen" sails
direct from Portland February r next.
Call at 249 Washington street If you
have not time to call, phone Main 223
or A-2293, and a representative will call
upon you.- v"""-"." ' . ' '
WATER TO HILLSBORO -
. (8oeil Plapateb to Th Jonnut) - . !
Forest Grove. Or.. Dec 21. O. ,B.i
Gates and associates, of Hillsboro.' hav
-offered Forest Grove 4, cents per.lQOC
gallons for the overflow from the reser- -voir
of the new gravity water system, 1
and the lty, council has ' accepted the '
offer. ; Mr. Gates will draw ud con
tract to be submitted in a few days,
when final action will be. taken. Mr.
Gates will lay a pipe from this city to
Hilisboro, a distance of six miles, and
will likely supply Cornelius and the real-
dents living along the right of way be-'
tween the two cities: ,
Forest Grove now has a supply of over
800,000 gallons of water per day v rom
the new water works system, and this .
can be greatly Increased by laying a pipe
near the present Intake at Clear creek !
to another creek, a distance Of about,
2000 feet.' A business man of this city'
Who is In a position to know, states that
the water system Installed by Forest
Grove has a supply sufficient to furnish
water for all the towns within radius
of 10 miles of here, and that eventually
ttiev returns frpm the sale-of water to
other towns will pay the cost of the
system and place several hundreds of
dollars annually in the city treasury. .... j
WOMAN'S EVIDENCE IN V
. V SMAILS CASE TANGLED
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: Walla. Walla, vVaah.,: Uec. 21, Again
contradicting under oath ' her sworn
statements-previously made, Mrs. Maud
Aubian has filed an affidavit in the
superior court stating that the last affi
davit, . made by her in Portland, and '
which contradicted her evidence on the;
witness stand, was' not true; and that
it was hot what! she intended to sign,
If Indeed she signed It : " ; - " , ;
The case Is the one of Harvey Smalls, '
Wherein Mrs. Aubian claimed he raised
a mortgage and note from $260 to 12250. i
The coiyt held this to be the ease, and
Smaltt In a rrlmlnnl a.iir I
tenced to the penitentiary for perjury.'. J
Then came the affidavit of Mrs. Au!
bian, Jn which she sUted lhat the 'note
and mortgage were originally for $2150, '
and that she started the suit because'
she " had understood they were, raised I
to $2550, This directly refuted the evi
dence she gave on the witness stirnd.- ,
WALLOWA CO. MEDICAL' :
; SOCIETY ORGANIZED
; - Wailowa; Or Dec 21. The.' Wallowa '
County MedlcaJ society was -organized
at Wallowa hospital in this city with
Dr J. H. Thompson of Joseph presi
dent; Dr. C. T. Hockett of Enterprise;
vice president;' Dr. R, M. Erwln ,. of
Joseph, secretary and .treasurer, and'
Wallace G. Trill. of this city legal ad-!
viser. Regular : meetings, will be beld"
every month and the next meeting will ,
be held at Joseph the first Thursday in'
January. The place of meeting will be
in the different towns of the valley as J
suits the convenience of the members.
Papers will be read and, discussed and '
the various 'diseases prevalent in this 1
county will be given special attention ;
from time to time. f ,.;, t- ..; ) ?
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'Christmas Goodies 1
" Santa Claus came from Germany and
he knows what children love. Pf ef f er-
kuchen, Manlpan, Auflauf, Springerle.
Pfeffemueuwe aH-thedfltcioug HttlT
meltlns. spicy cakes German "cooks
are famous for, We make them fresh
and ; ravishing. Order either . branch
!-iioyai oaKery. ; , . .. a
Cars direct to Oaks rink' from. First
and Washington streets. '
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I In This Advertisement THE
USUALLY PREVAIL AT CLEARANCE
a- ur -
CUT GLASS SPECIALS
$3.40 Sugar and Creamer, 7Q
reduced toJ....,..' VMelJ
$1.00 Nappies reduced to ...... 1ft
$1.25 Nappies reduced tc . . . . .S
$1.50 Nappies reduced to .
75c Tumblers feduced. to .......39
$3.40 to $4 Bowls, reduced to f2.79
65c Almond Dishes reduced to 494
Water . Pitch er & N OW XA OFF
Fine' Hat Pins' ; ; .
Rhinestone i Hat Pins ,
Rhinestone Hat Pins
Rhinestone Hat Pios V
Assorted Hat' Pins""?::
Anftther lot bf same .
$2.50 Vanity Boxes now
$4.00. Vanity Boxes now
$5.00. Vanity Boxes now
Bracelets, up from ..
Barrettes,-to close, all.
Initial Watch Fobs . . ,
Keauty fin bets ...f,...
SPECIAL $1.49 Sash Pin and coU
ar Pin, to. match, reduced (JQ
to' '. wu
$5.00 ' FITTED BAG $3.93
This 12-inch, deep, leather lined,
black ' bag, beautifully1 . trimmed,
: and com
- for pirist
.mas sale at
r ...... i mar 1.
In a Man's Shop
Your ctntlexnen friencU will eppred&te your pfu if purch&seH tl A stcre tbl makes ,
a rpccixlty of RSEN'S WEAR. Our ttock is selected tpedaUy for men's neeiis. No
BARGAINIZED articles b cur entire ttock. We sre tlavdss ccmphte lines cf
HOUSE COATS $5 to $18
GLOVES $1.50 to $3
TRAVELING BAGS $5 to $35 '
SUSPENDERS 50c to $4
LOUNGING ROBES $3.50 to $25
UMBRELLAS $1.50 to $12.50 ,
HAT AND GLOVE ORDERS .
Plenty of courteous cJtcsaen nho will pve yoa til tKa
time yoa require to m&ke your selections. ; Ycu STcidl tha
crush of department stores fcy shcTpbj here. h . .
OWL DRUG COMPANY Makes Shopping Possible Before Christmas AT PRICES WHICI I
Ci VAl lit CTOiJ ' , REETS hJT -
, Ji Jf-SSRCE? t K F: !T
OrurINt ; X I si , M ,
DELAYED SHIPMENT OR
Received too Jate for' regular
scii quicKiy. 1
All 50c boxes reduced to . ...2
All 15c boxes reduced to ,...T
BRASS GOODS Vz OFF
Ink Wells ....
Pen Wiper .... Ai.
FREE! ? FREE! FREE!
To every customer buying mer-'
chandise ' at our Jewelry counter,
amounting to 50c or morerwe will
GIVE FREE ONE SET' OF
P E A UTY PI NS. K'Ji ' J vv'
CH R IS T M A S iS
Quad rup 1 e Plated J
$4.00 value for 93.49
$4.50 value for 93.79
Burnt Wood Effects
Necktie Holders 25
Shaving Paper Pads
at :, . .. ' .25
CHRISTMAS LEATHER GOODS.. We have a very "large assort
ment of Wallers, Card Cases, Bill Books, Letter Cases and many PA
other desirable and useful gifts. : Up from .IUC
Traveling Cases, fitted, ONE-' Pocket Knives, every kind. Henckel
, FOURTH OFF. ' hI ; j ? J make, from 25c to $5.00.
This 'is the finest Christmas Box Candy mantfactured. It is the kind
you see so extensively advertised. , We are the sole Portland agents for
this line -of ; sweets Come M i beautifully decorated Christmas boxes,
HFapCNDlsU40V FULL TOUNDS 80 2 POUN DS !1.0
SUITCASES AT 25 OFF
Christmas sale; of Suitcases still
continuesit would be well to take
advantage ; of this ; sale ' and these
;AH packed in decorative holiday
packages. We have them in all
sizes' andl at these prices 25,
50i 75 and up. - - , ' .
BATH ROBES $5 to $12.50 .
NECKWEAR 50c to $2.50
HANDKERCHIEFS, 25c to $1
PAJAMAS $3.50 to $6 '
SALES, AFTER CHRISTMAS IS OVER. 1
""a . aa an
selling and reduced ONE-HALF to
All 25c boxes reduced to .t12
All 10c hoxe reduced to . . . .'t..St
Nothing ' more tasty or appre
ciated : in Christmas giving than
Kraftwood articles.: Many splendid
opportunities for, selection. Here,
sre three: ,; , V;
All $1 Kfaftwbod Vases now 49
$1 ' Kraftwood Military sets 79
$2.50 Kraftwood, 3-piece toilet sets,
' with fancy flower backs'. .91.98
Through the courtesy of ' the
Reed-French Piano Company, we
have on exhibition in our . store
erery. day and evening one of their
Automatic Playing Piano. . f. '
FOR THE MEN
Quart size for 95.75
Pint Size for 93.75
Fancy Wood Smok
, ing Sets ' .
Variety of styles all
DOLL PRICES REDUCED
You may take your choice of
the $1.00 and 50c Dolls, in our
stock at the price of, 89 and 43
each, respectively. '
A really fine piece of goods, of
Tered in many sir.es and ativariou
prices. What better to give. From
9 2.50 to 97.50.
CARDS OK2 COfT EACH
Brush, Comb and Tray, (fO C
regular $5.00, now wJwJ
Two-piece sets Brush and Comb in
silk lined box; $3.00, $3.50 0 f"
and $3.75, now u3 J
Manicure Sets ONE-FOURTH OFF
$3.25 sets reduced to ....... f 2.43
$3.00 sets reduced to .........92.23
$4.25 sets, reduced to ,..i....93.21
$5.00 se ts reduced to -v ....... . 93.75
XMAS TOILET GOODS
65c Hand Mirrors, painted backs 50f
Glass Puff Boxes, quadruple H, jj
plated tops, only .......lufci
$1.25 Quadruple Hat Fin Holder 9S
$1.00 French Stag Brush and 7(Sm
Comb, in fancy box, only ....I v
65c French Stag Bonnet Brush 50
$2.00 Burl Walnut and Cir- 1
cassian 3-piece sets , , :....?
PUFF JARS FOR OILY iZz
And ' Hair Receivers . with silver
plated top a most acceptable
Christmas gift, only ......;....-
$1.25 SILVER PLATE HAT-f
PIN HOLDERS fiOW AT C : : ;
An ornament on any dresser.
ALLIGATOR I IAKDHG3 1
Our shiiwinj cf very h""
Hanclbacs i15 c .n5;.1; 1 !
from the fuv-rrtt - I ' i
Prices irru Jt.7.i t "
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