'J . r ..i.V THE OREGON DAlXY JOURNAL PORTLAND. ; WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 31. 1911. POHDIIELP : PlTliDUl AT BIG CONFERENCE i ommcrcial Club Sends a Strong Delegation to Meet- png of Southwestern Wash f ingtori Development Ass'n. A strong delegation wilt leave Port- tend tomorrow morning for Chahalls to tepreient ths Commercial olub and busl- sess Interests at the Southwestern Washington Development aaaoclatlon, whioh meet for a three days' confer ence. The delegation will oonalet of C. C. Chapman, i'reeldent Carl Gray of the North Bank railroad. William McMurray ef the Harrlmau Unaa. A. D. Charlton f the Northern Paoiflo, John A. Keat ing, John QUI. a. V. Johnaon of the promotion committee of the Commercial eiub, and about' 10 bualneaa man who have agreed to make, the Journey te the Washington city. Tomorrow! aeaalon will be given to dlaouaalon of trade relations as affect ing Beattla. T oma and Portland, i'ort land s part In the deliberations will be Jong the llnca of help and harmony. U enort being to aacertaln the lln along wnicn the moat effeotlve work an be done to aid In the development Of the rlon district tributary to Portland n me north. John UU1 of the J. K. uiu o., wui be spokesman for Port land In the trade dlsousslona. and fortu nately the city haa been assigned the closing aaaresa. Portland haa been anxious to aid southwestern Washington," said C C Chapman of the Commercial club, "and we are going to the meeting with the purpose of learning in what way we can help more effectively. We should know eondltlona as they are, and the delegation will make an honest effort to get at the faots as they may affeot northwestern cities. Then It will be eaaler to map out a plan of cooperation which cannot fall of the desired result a greater and richer country on the north side of the Columbia river." "sprung a the pubMa was one pnrporffr ing to hav been witnessed by John Mo- Court, bow United State district fitter. ney at Portland, and W. A. lrkla, ThU will gave small sums to all relative and the residue to her. The alleged wit nesses disclaimed knowledge of the doc ument, and it was never probated. The decision of Judge Moor says It Is gen orally conceded to have been a forgery, : SCrs. Wans jrot OMYloted, Later a second . will wae reoeived mysteriously through the mall by Mrs. Warner's attorney, similar to the first. with tho exception that the sum of $10,- 00 flat was left to Mrs. Warner. Mr a. Warner waa arrested and tried for for gery In thi connection, but was not convicted. She then started suit In equity to obtain possession of the es tate, but was defeated. The third and moat notorious "will" produced by Mr. Warner waa filed for probate February 4,' XtO$. She claim this was sent to her by mall from seme unknown party. The county court found against the will, but the circuit court reversed the county court and ad mitted the will to probate from this de cree. The other heirs appealed to the supreme court and won out today. JOHN C. CARSON IS DEAD (Continued from Page One.) MABEL WARNER IS LOSER (Continued From Page One.) was a nleoe of James W. Toung, de ceases, oeing oaugnter or his brother. Her mother waa divorced from her first husband and married James W. Toung. Mabel remained In the care of James W. Toung for a number of years until she married one Cain. She waa later c.l Torced from Cain and married Warner. - The flret purported will Mrs. Warner CASTOR I A For Inianti and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought . r Bears the fUgnattir of vated to the senate, where ho ren.a'ned for eight yeata. He waa elected presi dent of senate In 1187, and he was In strumental In securing many needed laws wlhch are on the statutes today. It waa thro urn hi efforts that the new penitentiary waa erected at Salem, a well a the state Insane asylum, lie did muoh good In the nam of obartty. and waa a member of various ergacl catlona, among which were the F. a A. M.. PorUand Chapter R. A. M., and the bcottlah Rites bodies. Daoglitex Brilliant X duo tor. Mr. Carson was born in Center oounty. Pa., February 20, 1126, being past II year of age. He deecended from Revolutionary stock. He was married in 1164 to Mies Elisabeth Talbot, who died In 1110. To them waa bora Mlas Lu ella Clay Carson, who haa passed through various stages ef educating first aa a publlo school teacher, then aa Instructor In the Pacific University at Forest Grove, later assuming tae professorship of English and the dean of women In the Oregon State Unvor lty. In 1801 she resigned this posi tion to become president of Mills col lege In California, a position whioh she now hold. In July, 1111, Mr. Carson married Mrs. Ellia Ann Northrop. To this marriage were born three daughters and a son. They are: Rose M., wife of George Eugene Sturgls, a resident of Berkeley, Cel., Elizabeth Carson of Portland, John Dolph Carson of Los Angeles, and Mrs. R. T. Piatt, wife of a prominent Portland attorney. The funeral arrangements hav not yet been made, the family waiting to re ceive word from the children In Cali fornia. The body is at Flnley's under taking parlors. 1 . a - downtown corner. - Mr. Thome. Worn M. Word and E. 8. 3. McAllister will apeak In Mount Scott, tho speakers for the other meeting being Dert K. Ilaney, Q. L. Matthew, Walter Camp bell and t. N. Muncy, the latter of Curry county. , J he only hall mooting thus far ar ced by the Demoorat la to bo held Jn Sellwood Thursday night; when Mr. Thomas, John Manning, Tom Word and B. ID. Uaney wtU speak. H. B. Van Duser, chairman of tha Demoo ratio oounty and city central committee, la considering the advisability of holding a mase meeting, probably at tho armory, next Saturday night. UNABLE TO GET WORK, TWO LIVE FOR MONTH ON REFUSE OF CITY eV (United FrM LeMd Wtre.1 e Ran Bernardino, Cat, May tl. Two brothers, O. J. and J. C Oibaon, are In the county hos e pltal here today so weak from lack of food that neither can 4 waHc. For two days they lay within a stone's throw of Red- e landa without a morsel to eat d For more than a month they had 4 subsisted on refuse thrown upon the city dump. They ram here e from Cedar Kaplds, Iowa, neither e being able to get work. It la e' believed both will die. plain with her husband and located In what 1 now known aa Sutharltn valley, near Oakland, where they built on of tho first house In thi part of Doug la county. Mrs. Peardorff 1 survived by the following ohlldren: Dr. A. O Deardorff of Berkeley. Cal.: Mr. B. Looney, Jefferson, Or.; Mrs, A. F. Hunt, j-Druana vr.; it. r. uearaorrr, Buney, iaanoi j. w. Deardorff. Portland. Or. Mr, spratt Wells, Bly, Or. BUS, SIR? FLY RIGHT UP v TO THE BEST HOTEL, SIR (Itelted Tfm Lmh4 Wire.) Mlneols, L. I May SI. An aeroplane bo 1 the latest development In avla tlon. Commencing early In June, expert mont will bo made at the motordrome here by Aviator Charles F. Wlllard, to determine, If possible, Just how many passengers a biplane can carry. A type of biplane called an aeroplane bus'- regular family car I being built for the paaaenger carrying work. BAKER CITY POSTAL BANK OPENS JUNE 26 (Wiihtnctoo Bores of The Jonraal) Washington, May tl. The postofflce at Baker, Or, ha been designated to receive postal savings deposit, begin nlng June 21. Mr. W. II. It. Deardorff Hur4d. (Speetal DUpttrb te Tbe JoarnsLl Oakland, Or., May II. Mrs. W. IT. B. Deardorff, a Douglas oounty pioneer, who died at Portland on May 21, was burled at Fair Oaka cemetery, near Oak land, Or., this morning at 11 o'clock. Mr. Deardorff was born In Muaklng- dom county. Ohio, January 27. 1IJ7, and Id IMS, the year in whioh she was married, made the Journey across the REPUBLICANS TO CLOSE (Continued. From Pase One.) mar Beton ana councilman hudil. So far the Democrat have had a monopoly on the speaking, George H. Thomas, the Democratic nominee, mak ing talks each night. Eight meetings are on the program ror ,inis evening, five In the Mount Scott district at Tremont Nashville, Kern Park, Arleta and Stewart station, one at Eaat Thirty- fourth and Belmont streets In Sunny- side, one at East Seventeenth and Al berta In the Vernon district, and one Newspaper Advertisement ' Points Way To Health I can truthfully say that Dr. Kil mer's Swamp-Root Is a very good medi cine, not alone for kidney trouble, but also for weak and sore back, aa well as for rheumatism. About a year ago I became 111 and unable to work, my trouble being a lame back. I read of your Swamp Root In the newspaper and In aa Al manac. Believing It would do me good. I went to my druggist, Mr. Skinner, and purchased a bottle. Finding relief in one fifty-cent bottle, -I purchaaed several more and In a short time was able to continue with my work and am taday feeling well and strong. I al ways recommend Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root to my friends as I believe It Is as good a medicine aa can be found. AUGUST STRONG, 8413 Second Street, No. Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. Kklnner makes affidavit that he sold the Rwtmp-Root to Mr. Strong. Engineer Die In Cab. Marshall town, Iowa, May II. Engi near AJ Eada, Iowa Central railroad, dead of heart disease In his ab while hi train wa running' at top speed. Ho wa discovered by tbe fireman, who stopped the train. DENTISTS ONE PRICE wo mom vo zawt Consult our advertised prices carefully then oorae to us and you will find that we do exactly aa we advertise. Bet ter still, bring this "ad with you, k wstrlr rmrtirmA t Vi n rmw ta advertised prioea we fill, crown, treat, bridge, regulate or extract teeth with out pain. These low prises buy "best puamy aenuairy, ,,... tetter to Dr. Kilmer It Co., Blnghamton. V. Y. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For Tog Send to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Blngham ton, N. T.. for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. Tou will also receive a booklet of valuable Information, tell ing all about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention The Tortland Dally Journal Regular flfty eent and one-dollar elie bottle for sale at all drug stores. per tootn t M t 1 82-earet OOXJ CXOWWS A.!!!! POKCEXfcAXH OBOWIi w , rR SXAKXXrATXOaT, ZXTKAOTZOW (when plates or bridges are ordered); CLEAinWO TEETH (when other work la ordered.) liver r tilings Simple 60o Com pound $1. Gold rllllngs- Ae cord eg to slae, f 1 up. Killing Verves and Treating Teeth fl.00 to 11.50 extra. Foil Set of Teeth. $5,$7.50,$10 According to quality of work desired. All Work Guaranteed for IB Tear. ALBA BROS. HET.IaBT.Ti PAXmLESS DEHTISTS Open 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday 9 to 1 d. m. Phone Marshall 2146. W. W. Corner fld and Morrison. Upstairs, nniire uornec ' . ' mi Tl MM1 a aULadlE ' 1 IML I 111 V I I U I I r l I . W r v I a R oTI i smiiir(ai $25.00 $27.50 $30.00 $32.50 $35.00 $40.00 Suit. Suit . Suit . Suit . Suit . Suit . $18.75 $20.50 $22.50 $24.50 $26.75 $30.00 $45.00 Suit $47.50 Suit $50.00 Suit. $52.50 Suit. $55.00 Suit. $60.00 Suit. . $33.75 . $35.50 . $37.50 . $39.50 . $41.75 . $45.00 (No Blues. Blacks or Whites are included in this sale.) mo Charge iFor Alterations You cannot find such elegant and beautiful suit in any other Port land store. They are the height of style and elegance. We quote genuine regular prices and actual reduc tions. We do not say "values," because misrep resentation is so often concealed behind that abused word. Era Ein LEADING CLOTHI Morrison at Fourth Kohler fi'Chase 375 Washington St ' Established 1860 OPE IT EVXXTXQM A Few Bargains in Used Player Pia nos of Standard Makes. Compare --Do It Now --Investigate The time is short, Mr. and Mrs. Piano Purchaser dangerously short. Our mammoth Clearance Sale lasts only a few days more. Do not wait until the last moment to se- . 1 a. a.A TUnre nr ail fan icct your piano, dul come now r:oinc wmunuw v. uiw;; oma AFew Kohler & Chase-375 Washington St.--ThursdaySpecials A Few Specials for Thursday, June 1. Open Evenings. TO THE PUBUC: We are grateful beyond measure for the tremendous patronage given us in the last two weeks, i We expected a liberal re sponse, but we simply have been swamped with more business than we could han dle. June 1 will be the biggest day in the history of this house. If you ever intend to buy a piano, do it now. bA.XJS ULSTS ONXT 3 SATS MOKE KOHLER & CHASE 375 WASHINGTON ST. Upright Pianos , $88 and Upward. mi ia a i -ur- yj El ma m m v sar aw saw mm 1 ma I a j m bl -r -mv jtr mm a m. z m fi r- m sr v ,11 liinaDVIHT MATtrC. Kaah and every en of thess instruments na Dsn inorous;niy ovwnaiuTO lMrfKlAllI llUIltlj. in 0Qr repair department and Is uaranteed to b in first elans plav- lnr condition many of them have beon uaad only a few months and can not bs told from new. In .KJdltion to the above mentioned Instrument w have numerous new flnnc-a In discontinued atylea; orlicrs that have become sightly shopworn, some returned from rental, that will be offered at a oona fide saving of from 100 to $175 on each piano. y Ova Bv. R. R. Fare Refunded to Out-of-Town nJ Purchasers ava1RBttsf , f Thtir.