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Residents of Lit. , Scott Dis
trict; Decline to Leave Car
at, Firiand; Argument En-
' sues and C
Twenty residents of th Mount Scott
district abound for points , beyond Fir
land on th Mt Scott line refused yes
terday evening to get off a car labeled
"Flrland only," and after holding the
; far and a number' of otners that .'had
faught up with It for. nearly" half - an
hour the conductor walked to the near
est telephone and called up the operate
In department of the Portland, Railway
Light & Power cbmpany for instruc-
: tlons. He was told to take his pas
songers on to their various destinations.
Since the new Hawthorne avenue
bridge" has ben opened the street car
company has Inaugurated a change , lrt
the Mt Scott car service whereby three
cars of every four on the Mt., Scott
line .fttop. at Jrirhjnd, half a mile fr6m
.the end .of the line, during rush hours
in. -the evening. - .' 7 -.; :
When the car bearing the recalcitrant
-o reached Firiand yesterday evening
Ll1TLductor to,d th Passengers they
Ji vhave uM-and wait for the
nrst through car. , , . , . ,
d; ; jf' p yrovxea.t ' ckt Off. jty,.
nJ:?. ,.;lfor one' wU1 nt: t off. 71
Mve. further up the line and I am
fn to stick 4o this car till I reach
uie gray hatred man.
f !'r5 w,th yo." touted the rest
of the passengers. - i
ouTmI houJd,have,ooked at the lgn
' MDosif?Lbfor you ot on" m,1y
'Postulated the conductor, t ; '
"Why, the car was covered with
thl Iffll t0 notl two or
? em bton 11 w" time to hop
hert'M rm. oin Btl 5 right
, nerO; It you rua nt a ... i . -.. .
... v su uauK 10 town
go ahead. I've paid my fare and you
can't put me off." ' ' "
' The othor passengers proffered re
marks to the same effect. -"
Tha nonplussed conductor pondered
a bit and then dashed for a telephone.
When he ' came back apd started on
with the car the little Insurgent was
given a great ovation by his confreres.
"The people of ' the ML Scott dis
trict have been receiving . wretohed
service for the past two years during
the morning and even evening 'hours,"
said T. Wilson, a business man who
lives near Tremont station in the suburb
. Expected Better Servlca. : ' ;
"We thought, with the opening of
the new bridge we would notice some
improvement. But Instead of betng
Improved, the service Is even worse. The
people are getting tired and disgusted
with the way the street car company
has been treating them and they Jiave
been spurred on until they are ready
to do something desperate. ,
,"I have stood on the corner of First
and Alder streets and watched three
cars .'for Firiand only,' go by'to one
through, car on the ML Scott line. The
three cars would be-comparatively em
pty and the through . car would have
passengers clinging to the steps. 'The
company, should be reasonable. If the
operating department t wants; to run
some of the cars only as far as Firiand
I have nonobjection, but It should -ee
that ihere are enough through eartrto
give adequate service to the great num
ber of : people who .live beyond Flr
PACKED II 1 DARREL
Mystery Unearthed by Montre
al Police in Co!d Storage
Plant . ( .
WANTS CO. ENJOINED ,
V.if'fivfROM MAKING FILING
An Injunction haa been asked for In
the United States court by the Ray
mond Concrete Pile company to forbid
the. manufacture of concrete, piling by
the Portland Concrete Pile a Equipment
company, alleging Infringement df the
New J ersey icompany's ' patents. : The
plaintiffs ask that ' the Portland i con
cern's .machinery be seized and de
stroyed and that whatever profits they
have made since they .began the manu
facture of concrete piling, be ' turned
over to" them. yi InVv.-v,-: iy r;
, The Portland concern began the manT
ufacture of concrete piling about two
months ago and its piling la now being
Installed in building operations on the
East (Side.;- W. A- Grondahi, vice pres
ident and Thomas Bllyeu, engineer and
manager,, are. made f parties to the (suit
Special New Year's Greeting.
Grand special . Friday and Saturday
calendar sale at regular prices. Fine
assortment; toy select from.. Sanborn,
Vail & Co., 470 First, betweeh Morrison
ana xamniu. ; ? '
Montreal. Dec 12. The . finding of
th. body of an elderly man packed in
a barrel at a cold storage i plant here
late yesterday afternoon has furnished
a mystery that up to a late hour today
the police had been unable to solve. The
body.5 clothed only m i cheap suit of
cotton underwear and a pair of woolen
socks, evidently ; had - been placed In
the barrel not long after death. There
Were no marks of violence, and until
the ; body thawa out, which will take
43. hours, the coroner's physician will
be unable to determine the cause of
death. , f, : .
.The barrel was marked for ahlpmeat
to "Janitor, Bishop's College, Montreal.'?
That college went out of existence sev
eral years ago. According to the police,
the barrel was originally shipped from
JarviSj Ontario, where the fecords are
said to show the name of the shipper
to have been McSorley.
Unable to make delivery the rathsead
company : opened the barrel to dispose
of the poultry it was supposed to con
tain, in order to cover the freight
charges. The head of the body was
tied down between the feet with rope.
There was no Identification paper or
label upon the body .which evidently is
that of a man about 60 years old. .
that though his color may be shady,
even dark, he is' nevertheless a white
man and entitled to all the rights and
privileges of a white man. ;
Behind Mohammed stand about BO
other Hindus waiting to apply for cltla
enshlp, if the test case turns out In
favor . of , their . countryman. . ..
County Clerk Fields had never l)ad
occasion to pass upon the question un'
til Attorney Garland insisted upon an
application for his client, so the ques
tion was turned over to Presiding Judge
John B. Cleland of the circuit court for
an opinion. . , ,
Judge Cleland advised the clerk' not
to accept the application. ' j .,
Ontario to do Boosting.
(Special Pisntteh The Journal)
' Ontario, Or Dee. 28. An enthusiastic
meeting of the Ontario Commercial club,
.held in the' Masonic hall Tuesday night,
resulted in an organised effort to ext
ploit the resources of this section and
Induce the hotneseekers that are flocking
10 uregon, to investigate this portion of
Malheur county.1 Steps were taken and
the matter la well under, way to secure
subscriptions for the maintenance of the
Commercial club for, the year 1910, and
tne issuing of 70,000 pieces of literature.
Journal Want Ads bring reftults.
Pi J .
M PMO SAYS
Wan .Charged in Seattle With
! Murder of Sweetheart Ac
; " .cuses , Brother.
killed Lottie Nichols, on October 25,
1905. Fyaad had been paying atten
tion to the girl, who was exceedingly
handsome. , She , had repulsed him.
When she finally told him she was done
with him, the state alleges in the h
formation. Fyaad Shot and killed her.
Fyaad declares he Is not . the man
wanted. He asserts that he was not
living in this city at the time of the
murder, but that his brother, who re
sembles him in appearance,' may have
been the guilty mam i:
Special ' New; Year's Greeting.
Grand special Friday and Saturday
calendar sale at V regular prices. Fine
assortment to select from, , Sanborn.
Vail & Co, 170 First, between Morrison
schools throughout th H'' - '''l
will send a fw nui1-nis year
the United Statos ami liromx
Is a Hindu o be classed with the
white race or is he colored?
This 1 Important question will be
threshed out In the .local. courts In the
near future to determine whether or not
natives ' of India are entitled to United
States citizenship. ... ,
Attorney. C. W. Garland, council for
F. Mohammed, - declares ' emphatically, t
We desire to inform'
' you that we have ' a
; pretty line of Christ-,
, mas ,and New Year
.'. Post Cards ; and Book- v.
lets, on which we are
making - special prices
in quantity. Call and
.see -them.' - :
The J. K GILL CO.
THZ&D and ALSEB STBEETS
t - (tJntte4 pM UJ Wa "j
Seattle,' Dee, , 21. After having kben
a 1 fugitive' from Seattle for more1 than
five years, during which " he lived to
Mexico tinder an assumed name, John
Fyaad faces trial for . murder in the
first degree in the local courts, ; Fyaad
was caught at Mexico City and brought
back by Deputy Sheriff Matt Starwich.
who bad-been on Fyaad's trail tor five
years..xj, :. '':xy-
It is alleged that Fyaad shot and
' The government of Slam has estab
Uahftd more than ,1000 ': elementary
i-a 4 1
Geary Street, Tibove .Union Cqs&ro
Jast opposite Hots! 8t- Fraoua
Taropean Plan a day ti?
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Raw steel and brick ttroctur. Fornlsheist
eost of $300,000. t comfort and eoo
venMtoea. On cadlnee traviarrlcf all ott
eiVr, Otnniba onsets trains tni itatniera.
Send for Bookletirith map of Saa f macaco
tana xamnui. r-.'X ." -. 1 F. - -utit i l i intt w , t
Salem, 93X0; woodbira U0.
Torest Q rove, tUX); SllUhoro 800.
Other points itu proportion. : ,
'''''' ';:f"-',,. "y ' -y.
Half fares for children between
1 ages of 5 tand 12 years. '
Tickets sold December 14, 26, 28,
January 1.-2. Return limit '
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Fast and Frequent Trains
Station Tron and Jefferson Sts.
MMs W.; Bfoius Co.
293 MORRISON STREET NEAR FIFTH,
. JEWELERS :
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You Have Sixty (60) Hours
To Complete Your Shopping
Give us one part of one of these hours to assist you in the
selection of a Christmas gift of ) - ,
A Diamond Ring. ' ,
A Diamond Brooch. ' . ,
A Diamond Necklace. y
A Diamond Pendant . ; ;
:A Watch.; ' - ,
A Sterling Silver Toilet Set
A Sterling Silver Manicure
. Set , ,
Sterling Silver Military
A Sterling Sflver.Tea Set' ,
A Plated Tea Set ;
Silver Pencils. . r;
, Gold Pencils. ' ,r ,
v We will engrave any article we sell before Christmas.
LomiB W. Eraims 'Co.
293 MORRISON STREET, NEAR FIFTH ST.
A SAFE STORE FOR: MEN TO DO THEIR HOLIDAY SHOPPING-STORE OPENS AT 9:00 A. M. AND CLOSES AT 9:00 R MRED CROSS STAMPS
GLOVE AND MERCHANDISE ORDERS
Good A U Over the Store ' ,
Mpman,Wolf e & Go.-
GLOVE AND MERCHANDISE ORDERS
Good All Over the Store ;
-Friday Is Eliminatb
1.5 flirt i HnnK R
ic r - ir&" ,vv-M " wft"r5 huo ivjQiivcca x ) A HIS I i.l St ' Aue rveiage.ivian. nates w onop : . ; i
-50 of one style, '40 of another, 20 of another and so on "until, we have collected 12 different ' rhtA. fh nrue nrn n, tc FIRST OF ALL he is ill at' ease among the bustling surg- . V vTTfTV i 4
I models. , ... ' , theck the articles that are of interest infr in;1l:ny natitrpri nrnwA nt LL . W
J -Manyothese bags have etched and embossed mctal'mountings, others all leather frames. Jf0"' Compare them with similar : again, he is undecided in his selection of gifts; usually buys
Ihey vary m size from 7 to 10 inches.;- Some velvet bags also included in this offering y:py articles advertised,;, elsewhere, - - Wen the first thing offered, checks uphis list and then rushes pell
pass judgment on ours. ;
I -All of the bags have coin purses and tfuite a few contain complete Outfits'of toilet requisites
Round and broken bottoms., Single and double strap handles. Leather .and moire lined. .
1 .'..P :n&c baff n this lot ever sold for. less than $1.48 and many of them very much higher. ' t0
n,'yf- nn' i ' - - . 1 Youncr - Mena Sweater Coats from
ivianv a lraveler rla5? rnnnH a Knrkff h ask Vprv HanHv $1.95 to $7.00.
. ; . ylnd Yoii'Find Them All Reduced in Price I
-Small flasks in seal with nickel cup top selling special atjCOc. ' u if " -i;i'r
In calf slcin, cut bottle with 'nickel cup top, gold lined. Selling special at $2.40.
-rLarge size calfskin covered.' ' Nickel cup top.- Selling special at $1.56." '.
Other flasks in genuine seal) calf, genuine alligator and walrus. Special from $2
IC DlJi..' i lL. . . . v- . nri ' rv i a v: o i i. i. 7"
ia i mines interest iou, inese ntcnings Are oplendicL. (10
o i r TT 7 ' r - J" . V Men's Suspenders from 50c to $2.00
Regular Price $4.50; Those We Have Left $2.98 f . pair. j
j This is indeed interesting, news to the man or woman securing pictures for Xmas gifts.' We Men white plaited Shirts, $1.50. -
believe that you will corroberate all we have to say regarding them. These pictures include . Mena Gloves 1 00 tn 2 00 :.
marine and landscapes m a very wide range of subjects. . 4 . ; ' en s uioves, i.uu to -.uu. .
rThey are framed in three-inch heavy Flemish mouldings with gold burnished linings. ' They,' Roger' & Qallett's Prevenche' De
1 are the most successful pictures for living or dining rooms that, we have placed on sale this Chine Perfumes. "
'i season. ' ' 1 4 - - . n . t ? . v : v
1 ' ".- k , ' .- " - V , , - Pivers Pompeii Perfume. ; - - i
These Pretty Framecl Cupid Pictures Go. Forth at 48c; Each -u? De Bany and Narcissus.;
mell from the store, glad to escape, for another year.
Men's Blanket. Bath Robes from $3.75 We think we have evolved a scheme whereby we make a
$18.00. , , k man teel entirely at home. In every department he'll find
men cierks with' whom he can become confidential and con
' fide to them just how much he wants to spend and whether
; ' it is for his mother or sweetheart ; This insures him secrecy, ,
r-Men's Shirts from $1.00 to $1.50 and l0,y w men never gossip. .. .
$2.00. 1 ' . I ; m -.'. -' . .''...'-'-' -1 -h ' 'f
' - v . 'Then again, in order to facilitate matters so that hefmav -i.
Nice soft Flannel Shirts, "with collar" .shop expediently and quickly, we have on display in every
vanuiSf sv&wiii 4ivvv i.w tpv.Wi . g . . -vi -. 'vv' . w1- vwjMVi.aiuiUJgiiw utu Willi npcvial pritCo.'
Competent clerks insure appropriate selection. .-
- Knitted Silk Mufflers, with knotted
80 to $4.95.' fringed ends, $5.00 to $12.00. . . '
Keyser's knitted Silk Ties from $1.00,
$2.00. . ,
That our scheme is a success is proven by the vast number
of mert who have been shopping here during the past two
- weeks. ' " " . ' " ' '
Ve welcome all men to our store today and tomorrow
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$47.50 Secures Your Choice of These $ 1 00 Evening Gowns
High class costumes and novelty dresses, copies of Imported models, made of chiffons, nets,
flowered and crinkled, chiffons; also Persian and satin striped chiffons'. Every gown is new
this season. ' The colors include white,' black, light blue, lavender; pink,' heliotrope, rose, corn "
and all the newest combinations. '
$21 .50 and Any Opera or Evening Cape Is at Your Service
New fall and winter models of imported and domestic opera coats and capes of finest qual
ity chiffon, broadcloths and sating -In white, light blue, pearl, pink, lavender and black: Every
garment lined; throughout . with t finest, quality silk or satin. - Some are trimmed with'- braids '
Bil-- " 'J ixTail'a T ' TT".""i TV7,,;inn . i.vr;.fl."'ri".'r 'vs r ' T" ;? ::. ;:..;:-. and cx-ds, others .have, velvet and silk ornamentations. .
eauty and Utility Go Hand m Hand With These Brass Bowls -Pranks illusion. . ; . , , t. . . '
-on5av Lohs. ?ephyr P.rfum.. , . Gloves "Worthy of a Distinguished Name MAGGIONI
Rosebud Ties Neckwear Fixings 50c.s . : : : ;
4 -, - a r:n a 11 tr rr 4 t a .. ...
Egyptian Spangled Scarfs. , . v si Via fill IV vmvn IIJIUIV SlUUUt una rtpprCCWie
' ' - -Maggioni Gloves are mde of soft Premier quality skins, insuring a' snug yet comfortable
iiu maggium giuvcs mc suiu ni iirsi cjass stores uiruugnoui America ana turope. . A gut Of
.upiu Mctp ana Awase, iramea in Droaa carDon Drown three-inch hard wood moulding in '' - - "t. . ' "
, a tone that matches the carbon finish of these pictures. ' Prime favorites are these pretty 'sub- Bouy01? Rosfr Pompen Perfume,
jects, ideal inexpensive Xmas presents; - - -HoWgant's Ideal aVd.Mes . Defies
; Always Sold at $5.00; Friday for $238 r , , .
Russian hand hammered brass bowls in a generously large size available for innumerable
uses. ' Extra heavy weight with two lions', head handles and lame ball fppf. , ,
-RUSSIAK HAMMERED BRASS BASKETS WITH LONG HANDLES in a unique shape , -Real Irish Crochet Neckwear,
witn heavy tlutecl hp." Water proof, beinc made entirely o one-
or cut flowers, 'Special $1.93.' . ' ; .. v:, :-- . ' Paisley Bags. Tapanese Brocaded
Bags, . , , I ; .
f fluted lip." Water proof, being made, entirely ofj one piece. Very pretty
:X :H ? ' :u "'..-i'-" '.'-'''.'? y'y 'J-U"'). Viv'VC; ..vV-'S , ;.?v-;.' '
Webster s New Census Edition Dictionary Now for $1.19 ,.perriian Hand Made Bead Bags.
Automobile - and Carriage Bags.
Chinese Madarin . Serving Travs.
" Sells Regularly in Every Book Store at $250 '.-'
Thia;s the Jarge sheep bound and indexed' Imperial -edition. -:.Has: 1500 illustration and 'ap-V: made, of old,silk brocade i
s pendix of 10,000 word - Colored plates Supplemented, with new dictionaries of Biography- Russian hand" hammered B
Synonyms and , antonyms, nomsdeplume. foreitm phrases.-abbreviations. A1n ennain Russian nand namrtiered li
. noundng vocabularies of 'scriptures,, classical and geographical names. Louis Uth Gilded Baskets.'
"Don't Pass Os- By!" Cry These Smart Silk Petticoats
:. . .' "'".v '. A Superb Gift; Very Special at $3.98 ' ;',
, Two new modelsextraiialityjaffcta.silk in,Jlack..navy,iaii,.hrown,.wine, myrtle,-lMt-r
bluer pink;laYender,Tcopcnhagcn ;orn, tan and changeable colors; One model is madeiwith
; deep flounce and three rows of knife plaiting and six rows of fine tucking. The other model'
v is made with Van Dyke knife "plaiting, rows of fancy' tucking and ruching all ardund the bot-
Mosher Art Bdoks. . :
Book Racks' for Library Tables,
Scribner's Caxton Series. ' ; . 1
Leather Craft .Books. - w
tliese gloves is sure to be prized, for the name Maggioni stands for the highest quality gloves
that are made. Price $2.00 per pair. - '
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Woman V Favorite Article of Defense The - Hat Pin
; In Sterling and Gold FiUed, 50c, 65c and 75c Special 25c
y:y:r '-':".u;- y.y--,.y.- - 'V.-'' -r--'''-' -y : i;.v.. y '- v,; ; .:v.'" - -.i
5000 hat pins from a Providence, R. I., wholesale jeweler. His entire stock of Xmas pirn.
We bought them all. Sterling and gld filled, plain, etched and stone set in over 200 different
designs.' 1 ' ' , ' . . - . m . ,
Youll find these on sale on the center bargain table. ." As pretty a gift as you could possibly
buy. , For 25c , 1 4 J a t s . - , . , . , -
Tis Now Time to Lay in Your Supply of Wood to Burn
;.ilrnense' increase oflusiness in. our Art needlecraft department went bevond
:s. latiOns,,? This has made it -imperative, that we 'close out permanently OUR ENTIPlv
' RAPTfV nFPARTMFNT Tn nr,Ur t
IUustrated Art by American Artists.", W t?1? oraer,to;accompiisn tni9 with the least delay wc are offerinr
every article at halp riwtc. and Jess, we makei no
Library Sets in Limited Editions. ' plaque, box and article in pyrography to burn is on sale.
reservations whatsoever, - J s. v t v