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.THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL; PORTLAND, i SUNDAY HORNING, OCTOBER 1313.
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Total - v'aftiation,. Deducting
; Exempteo ij Property, Xsti-
.; Exclusive , of
placed iiponi ';'the ! property of public
seme corporations doing an inter
county business, the assessment roll
for Multnon)ah county for 1913 will obn-
tain' valuations : of ' property, totaling
$308,682,616, or f 14,689,360 mora than
the toll of 111!. ; County Assessor Reed
, yesterday completed the recapitulation
of the ;-roIl..-rfsvv-i ... ;.-,'V -:Vif'V.-":
From the roll has been taken
property exempted under the law pass
ed by the people by Initiative In No
' vember. 1912. exempting all personal
property ' In actual use. This reduced
the assessment for household furni
ture from 67,162.255 in 112 to f 1,421.
626 In 19M. City property tyaa .raised
In assessments over -2,000,000. im
provements on city property was raised
nearly (6,000.000. - , ? : ..y,
- The acreage of tillable and non-tillable
. land was Increased ' over 66,000
acres but this Is explained by the fact
' that Assessor , Reed " included v in the
property listed over 40,000 acre of gov
eminent forest reserve which are not
. subject to taxation and nave never De-
fore been Included. The valua of this
" land dropped nearly $200,000. Improve
ments on deeded , land : varied but a
mall amount from the 1911 valuation.
New franchises and Increased valua
tions of old franchise! raised the value
of these assets $66,015. .. Boat and ma
chinery were increased about $600,000.
Merchandise and stock were raised over
$1,000,000. Money, notes and accounts
, have been assessed over $1,000,000 high
er than last year. Wagons, carriages,
. implements and automobiles, and shares
of stock remained practically statlon-
TT.i ''i,V'-:i -' .,;.
Horses and mules decreased . ever
$100,000, catUe went, down over $7000,
sheep and goats, over $1000, and doga
about $4600. . Swine were the only ani
mals that showed Increased values and
were raised over $4000. In numbers the
animals showed corresponding decreases
with the exception of swine which were
- Increased in number 468. - v
The valuation of property of public
service corporations used . In inter
county servloa will be made Monday by
the state tax commission v and appor
tioned among the counties In which the
property Is situated, Last year this
' property apportioned ",to .. Multnomah
county totaled $81,118,909, making a to
tal assessment valuation for the county
of $335,112,074. ' Assessor' Reed expects
the total this year will be over $140.
000,000. Last yeara tax levy was. 21
mills In Portland. ;
In making valuation of city real es
tate" and Improvement but two dis
tricts were affected by Increases. Broad,
way and the-waterfront In assessing
Broadway property , the Broadway
bridge was not considered, as it was not
completed March 'V when the assess
ment was made. ;
"While the total amount of the 1911
assessment roll - does not show the
marked Increase of former years I be
lieve It does show conditions In Port
land and thoLcounty are good," said As
sessor Reed." "The valuations on real
. estate and Improvements. Is based on a
76 per cent valuation.,' 'I understand
former valuations have been about 63
per cent, but decreases In property val
ues v made the assessments this year
. practically the same as thoae of last
. year, when the : increase of improve
ments Is taken into consideration."
Detailed statements of ' the assess
ments of the two yearn are as follows:
, 2919 ABSESSKElTr SOU
rillabl and Dostfflable bud. 170.006 '
rrna ... .. $ 212SS,flO
tmproTcmenta oa Oetded Qdi...,f . . 2,718,875
Town end citj lot ,tv... 176,471,205
Improvement on towa and dty lots 61,738,470
Fram-hlses ............ 002,000
BteambMta, aallboitt, naeblDenr.. . ' 7,671,010
MerchudlM and stock In trad..
. k'armlnf Implementi, wagoaa, car
Moofy, note, account
. Share ef itock ............
. Mooubold furniture
Horn and mule, So. 8881
Cattle, No. 7587
Pheep and goat, No. 1987 ...
ftwinc, Ko. 1102 ,. .,
. Vog, XO. vis
HIGH SPOTS'! N MRS. PAN KHURST'S CAREER
Born la Manchester Engliiad' educated in France; married Dr. Pankhurst.
a physician, in her native town In 1879. He died ln.,1899,: leaving her with
three oblldren to support ' ' ' ' . ;.;"';..') J!;;:,
One of founders of Women's "Political Union in l90j3'Thls jnarkfd her
entrance Jnto hr .spectacular life as she Immediately began her speeches
for the ballot . '. ' ?:r!;v;::!,,fi,' v --
Arrested In February, 1908, for heading raid-.'on'-", house of -commons; sen
tenced to, slk months and jwcYed entire ,l,nAsn,?,,feAji;rBted
ber.'same yearrtr" ihcltinjr riot. ' ( - . . , '
Visited the United States In 1909 and 1 911 and spoke 1ft eastern cities.
Began her famous "window smashing'.' campaign in 1912; arrested and'
sentenced to two months n prison, nine months being added 'pn charge ' of
conspiracy. She "hunger struck" and was released after three weeks.
Arrested in February, this year, In connection with the explosion, of a
bomb under Lloyd George's residence and' sentenced to three years' penal
service. Released after three weeks' hungr strike.. ... j.. -: .
. Arrested again under "Cat and Mouse" act she added a water strike to
her defenses and was again released. - .
Arrived In New York, October 18, and detained by board of detention, who
accuse her of ''moral .turpitude." ' j ... 1 '
FIRST NOTABLE TO BE
DETAINED ON ISLAND
Long List of More .or. Less Cel
. ebrated Menaiid Women
':' Have Been Unwilling Guests
191 AfiBEBBHEJrT SOU,
TllltM and nontllUble land.
31,714.10 acre'. .....$ 22.009,190
Improremenu on deeded land 2,7H1,000
Towa and elty lot 177.27,B(V0
ImproTemenU. en tows and city lot 08,373,085
Bteamboats, - ullboati, manofte-
tnrtns macbincry, etc... 6.201,815
MerehanuiM and (tuck 10,853,200
Karnuor lmolemenu, wacona. car-
rlagM, aatonxibile ..- 1,887,815
Uoney, note and aocount ll,iM.450
Hhares of stock 0,070,075
Household rurnltor 1,421,625
. Hone and mule, Ko. 7733 551,700
Cattle, No. 7011 186.150
tiheep and Coat. Ko. 1150 2.585
flwlne. No. 1500 10,0.10
Dog. Ko. 76 880
' " ' Tof' ' $308,682.015
TO DEATH BY PONY
' New . York. Oct. 18. Miss Faith
Crocker, 18, daughter of F. L. Crocker,
a millionaire and relative of the Cali
fornia Crockers, was thrown from her
pony today, caught her foot In the stir
rup and was dragged to death.
RUPTURE IS CURABLE
Result Not Influenced by Age or
Time Standing, Says Expert.
Rupture is not a tear or break in
the abdominal wall, as commonly sup
posed, bat is the stretching or dilating
of a natural opening, therefore subject
to closure, said F. H. Seeley, on a
1 late visit to Portland.
. ,The Spermatic Shield .Truss closes
the opening in 10 days on the aver
age case, producing results without
surgery or harmful injections. Mr.
Seeley has documents from the gov
ernment,5 Washington, D. C, for in
.pection. Anyone interested will br
, hown the truss or fitted if desired.
;'uU and fitted only by Laue-Davis
Drug Co., sole and exclusive agents
for Oregon, Third and Yamhill sts.
Other firms advertising and selling
: -station "Seeley" Spermatic Shield
i i ussea are impostors, -,Loak for the
word ''patented" on each Spermatic
treated shield. Laue-Davis Drug
'ihird and Yamhill sueets.
New York, Oct; 18. -With the mill
tant Mrs. Pankhurst detained at Ellis
Island as an undesirable, American suf
fraflsts who sympathlxe with her may
console themselves with the thoughts of
the' many distinguished persons who
have preceded Mrs, Pankhurst as guests
of the United States commissioner of
Immigration. .-.'V-J,5'. f-Vi'r.iZ
Bereare some of those 'persons who
besides Mr. Pankhurst have been un
ceremoniously sent to Ellis island as
undesirables: :'!.'.: " y
Prlnoe Xudovlco Plgnatellt 4d'Aragona
of royal -descent and connected by blood
with the Spanish royal family. That
dear prince spent some little time on the
island as. an "undesirable alien liable to
become a publlo charge." The prince
was admitted.'-? !:,...,.?.;
Willie Mutt,' whose name is not Not
hut Nutt, and who saya he's not nutty,
not he, though his name is Nutt. Willie
was an actor, lie came from England to
appear In a production of the "Whip'
here, but the Immigration authorities
accused him of being feeble minded,
which he denied. ' lie admitted on ar
rival that his name was Nutt andT'not
Not, as first reported. Willie was fin
ally admitted. -
Edward Mylius. write snd editor, who
was convicted of libeling tHe king of
England. This was held to make htm
Miss Marie Lloyd, muslo hall singer.
held as an undesirable because she was
aocompanied by a man not her husband.
Adniltted under bl.: a . j
Cipnana Castro, ex-presiaent and dic
tator of - Veneauela. He was convicted
of murder In Venezuela, and for that
reason was held at Ellis Island. He
was admitted after a writ of habeas
corpus had been sued out
ITTLE CREDENCE IN
, PRISON "CONFESSION"
' Medford, Or Oct 1$.--When shown a
report, from. Salem to the effect that
Mike Bpanos and George Seymour had
made a confession to Warden Lawson
at Balem Implicating Tom Frekas with
the killing of Dedaaklous. for which
crime Spanos and Seymour are under
sentence of death. District Attorney
Kelly stated that the story of Spanos
and Seymour was worthy of very little
credenoe. ' Both Spanos and Seymour
were taken over the ground at the time
of the first confession and their story at
that time, which did not implicate Fre
kas, was fully borne out and corrob
arated by the circumstances.
ANOTHER BALKAN WAR
THREATENED BY AUSTRIA
AMERICAN WOMEN NOT
Illinois Suffragists, Including
Jane-Addarhs-, Send- Tele-
.' gram Deploring Detention.
(United Press Laed Win.)
London, Oct 18. Military and diplo
matic circles tonight were Interested in
the possibility of more war in the Bal
kans, growing but of the Austxo-Servlan
tangle. - Austria-Hungary caused the
charge at Belgrade to deliver practi
cally an ultimatum to Bervla, demand
ing that It evacuate Albania imme
Despatches from Vienna Indicated
that Austria-Hungary Is determined to
prevent Servla from getting a foothold
on the Adriatic and will follow un to
day's note ' with another more drastic,
should Servia ignore it The second
communication will give the Belgrade
government a specific time within which
Infringement of Patent Alleged.
Suit has just been, filed in the
federal court by Attorneys Schnabel
and Newton C. Smith representing the
New York scaffolding Company of
New York city, to restrain Lou la F.
Brayton and Walter M. Cllst contrac
tors of this city, from using the form
er's pattern or scarroius. xne ew
York company charges the Portland
contraotors with infringing on its
patent rights. An accounting of profits
made by the Portland men from the
use of the devices and damages to be
assesstd acordlngly is asked for.
Whalley Confirmed Collector.
Washington. Oct. 18. The senate to
day confirmed the nomination of Wil
liam Whalley to be an internal revenue
collector in Montana. , , ,
, Rr the International W Sendee,) 1
' Chicago, 111., Oot 18. Thousands of
women, members of various suffrage
organisations in the middle west, today
united In a protest against the deporta
tion of Mrs. Emmelins Pankhurst the
British militant leader refused admis
sion into the United States by a spe
cial board of inquiry. Special meetings
were -called, resolutions of regret and
protest were drawn up and telegraphed
to President Wilson, Secretary of Labor
Wilson, immigration Commissioner Cam-
Inettl and congressmen and senator and
personal messages requesting that the
order be out aside were sent Washington
and New York officials. Messages of
sympathy were sent to the detained
leader. ' ' "
The denunciation of the Immigration
commission was almost universal. Even
the women, who had come out against
Mrs. Pankhurst and who had stated
that her visit to America would do the
cause more harm than good, came out
in .protest over the action of the New
York authorities. The general theme
"Mrs. Tankhurst Is no criminal. No
one ever has accused ner oi morai
Jane Addams Calls Meeting.
Jane Addams. of Hull House, called a
meeting of the members of the Women's
City club and the following message was
sent to Mrs. Pankhurst:
"W. the women of chlcaro. extend to
yon the deepest regrei at the indigna
tion offered you by your detention at
At the same time an Indignation
mnetinar of the women's party of Cook
county. In session at the La Salle hotel.
sent' the following telegram 10 presi
We nrotest against the detention or
Mrs. Pankhurst at Ellis Island, and ask
you to use your power as -president ot
the United States to secure her release.''
Mrs. Young Deplores Difficulty.
1 cannot conceive of any legitimate
Veason for any difficulty between Mrs.
Pankhurst end the United states gov
ernment over her admission to this
country," declared Mrs, Ella r iagg
Younar. Chicago's superintendent of
schools. "I am convinced that the ad'
mission of Mrs. Pankhurst cannot in
volve the suffrage movement in the
United States disadvantageous."
'What she has to say cannot influ
ence American women one way or th
Other." declared Miss Addams, who
added that she thought Mrs. 'Pankhurst
should be admitted.
Mrs. Pankhurst was to nave spoken
here tomorrow, but plans were under
way tonight to turn the gathering into
an Indignation meeting Instead, as it
will be impossible for the militant lead
er to reach here in time.
Dispatches from Detroit declared that
the Michigan women s suffrage organ
lzations were divided in their stand re
garding Mrs. Pankhurst although the
general sentiment disapproved of the
government deporting her.
HELD ON SUSPICION
OF BEING A FORGER
After the constable's office and the
sheriffs office had spent several
months In searching for a man who
has been passing forged checks In var
ious 'parts' of the city, Deputy Con
stables Hunter and Nicholson arrested
Frank Rosenstrom Friday night at hit
home, 1600 East Hoyt street He con
fessed to several of the checks; others
he denied having passed. He would buy
groceries, according, to the authorities,
and would give a check in payment. It
is believed the checks will total at
Last summer William Llnd pas par
tially Identified as the man who bad
passed several of these checks, but was
released because the identification was
not conclusive. Kosenstrom was sen
tenced to two years in the penitentiary
in 1910 by Circuit Judge McGinn on
two indictments charging similar
crimes and was paroled. He has a wife
and 7-moPths-old baby.
NEW RATE WILL I
ExDQrt Tariff oa TraQscontf-
- neruai onipmenis rneciive ;
' November 1.
. Export freight rates which have been
ordered' by the railroads Included in the
Transcontinental Freight Bureau, will be
put into effect November 1, according to
telegraph advices received, yesterday by
V. D, skinner, . traffic manager of the
Spokune. Portland, 4 Seattle railway,
These rates will - apply to .shipments
originating west of Chicago and destined
for- Asiatic, -ports and will : Include a
flat through rate. Irrespective of the
rail and water tariffs. ; " .
Shipments ot this character have here
tofore been hauled by rail to the At
lantic seaboard and sent ; to the orient
through the Sues ; canal. Under the
new arrangement encouragement will
be given the western .roads and the
trans-facirio steamsnip lines 10 lase
care of the business.
Such - transcontinental shipments as
did find their way to the pacific coast
for ocean . shipment ' have ' mostly gone
through the Puget sound or San Fran
cisco gateways. t.The hew rates, affcord-
Ing to trafflo men, will help develop the
Portland gateway for the Asiatio trade.
by putting all the - ports on an equal
basis. ..vVN-r- r..
Ths schedule of rates has been pub
lished by the freight bureau at Chicago
and will be received in roruana wunin
a few days.
"Our line, for one. will welcome the
establishment of tbfe new through ex
port rates," said EL Elrohhoff, manager
of . the Hamburg-American line, . last
nlzht. - "I would , not venture to say
what the effeot would be, though it
could be nothing but beneficial. We are
anxious to work ; up our general car
goes, so la ease of shortages of wheat
or. flour, we would have something else
to fall back on In loading our ships..
"With, the exception of the O-W. K.
N. Co, most of the transcontinental rail
roads already have their trans-Paolf lo
oonneotlons, at San Francisco and Puget
Sound, so this port probably would reel
the effeot of the rate more than the
other porta, r
'When the eastern shippers have
found It as ehesn or cheaper to route
their goods to the orient westward over
the long rail haul than eastward over
the shorter haul, we can reasonably ex
pect a good increase In tonnage.
"Just what financial benefit this
means to the steamship companies re
mains to be seen after comparison of the
old separate rail and water rates with
the new through rate ana determining
what share of this goes to the water
transportation company. It undoubted
ly, however, would mean a greater ton
nage to be handled over the Portland
0 0U RS' SfY,S
IN RUNAWAY ACCIDENT
William E, Greene Returns to
Portland; Recovery Will .
Follow Needed Rest.
CANDIDATE FOR BOY
POLICEMAN SHOWS HE
HAS THE COURAGE
4 Ernest Hurts yesterday started
to show the Juvenile court offi-
clala that he was perfectly cap- 4
able as a candidate for a boy pp-
lice star and displayed as much -
perserverance and ability as
many big policemen would nave ' I
under the circumstances. When !
, the lad, 13 years old, applied for
a commission. Deputy Juvenile
Officer Jeffries determined to
test his metal. )
Telling him of two boys, who
e have kept the officers busy re- .
e turning them to the Detention
e Home, Jeffries sent him away
e to bring them In, little dreaming
e the boy would accomplish any-
e thing;. A few hours later he ap-
peered with Lawrence Black, one ' e
4 of the two mentioned, in tow.
Armed with an old pair of hand- a
cuffs ana a long rope he. started e
out to bring in Henry Maule, 1
-.AtiA Athft. .Hitr. TIa ! W
ported since. v
e e I
BOYS SUSPECTED OF
Mrs. Mary Martin of Columbia boule
vard, while walking near the intersec
tion of Columbia boulevard with the
Vancouver trestle of the Portland Bail-
way, Light and Power company, was ac
cidentally shot in the right knee cap
about 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
George Fareneather of 884 Boss street
and Edward Walsh of 83 Broadway,
each IS years of age, who were shoot
lng with a rifle in the neighborhood, are
believed to be responsible for the shot
which hit Mrs. Martin.
Harbor aergeant C. R. Grlslm, ' who
happened to be in the vicinity, was lu
formed ot the accident by W. I Per
kins, who came running to him and
asKed tor assistance in holding the two
young men. They voluntarily came to
the district attorney's office with the
husband of the injured wOman, where,
warrants were issued, ., , )
William E. Greene, salesman for
Plake-McFall company, returned last
night from Brownsville, accompanied
by Charles Duncan, credit man for, the
company, who had gone to meet him and
assist him' home. Mr. Green was in
jured in a runaway accident near
Brownsville last Wednesday night, and
for two days it was thought he had
been thrown from the wrecked buggy
into the Calapooia river and drowned.
Instead of' drowning he had made his
way, dazed to the railroad and boarded
a train for the south, not knowing
what he was doing, and Friday night
was recognized by an acquaintance in
a billiard room in Grants Pass. He was
still dazed and complained of pain in
Last night Mr. Green felt so much
better that he went to his home at
1228 Denver avenue without the assist
ance of Mr. Duncan, and while his head
till pains some, he believes that- he
will be well in a few days.
Greene says that the runaway was
caused by one of the lines breaking as
he tried to check the horses when they
became frightened at some object on
the road. Jerking the other line caused
the horses to swerve suddenly . with the
result that the buggy turned over. This
happened near the bank of the Calapooia,
and Greene narrowly escaped falling
into the river. After that be remem
bers little of what happened till he
found himself in the hands of friends
at Grants Pass.
FISH LAW VIOLATORS
ARE HEAVILY FINED
Woodland, Wash, Oct 18.- Three gill
netters who were caught In a raid by a
deputy gams warden on the Lower
Lewis river last Sunday, were each
fined 1150 and costs and their nets were
confiscated. The fines were paid. Fish
ing in Lewis river is prohibited because
there is a hatchery above here on John
Hook and line fishing has been better
the past 10 days than has ever been
knewn on the river, as the recent raise
has' brought a big run of fish. A num
ber of blue back salmon were caught
and it Is the flret time they have ever
been knowji to come into the river.
IF YOU ARE REALLY
INTERESTED, TAKE HEED
AND READ THIS OVER
Money Contributed ' to Rossa Fund.
Contributors to the Jeremiah O'Don
ovan Rossa fund in Portland have
given over 150 for the aged Irish pa
triot, now i approaching his hundredth
year, "and who passed two decades of
his life, spent In the service of his coun
try and humanity, in English dungeons.
Rossa was a leading spirit In the Fenian
brotherhood in 1867. He is said to be
a man of remarkable personality? co
losHal la btatuiauhd "magnificent in the
nobility of his purpose to free Ireland
from the faintest shadow of English
e Last week a man wished to
sell his furniture, so he put. a no-
e tlce in the Want Ads; another
man read the notice and saved
e money furnishing, his house.
Every day men offer goods at a
e bargain in the Want Ads; are
you going to be the man who
If you are Interested In house
furnishings of. any kind, look
e over the "Household i Goods"
classification to day; it Is full of
snappy buys in new and second
- hand household . goods, from
stoves to refrigerators,
A straight line is the ahortest
distance between two given
e points; following It 'saves time 4j
and energy, s The Journal Wanr 1
Ads form the straight . line be- ; )
tween tiuyer and seller; follow
4 . them and same money as well I
.as time and energy. - j
e Study the "Household Goods" :r
e today. Let the Want Ada show e
' where bargains are; - f ind out "
:for yourself what straight line e
'dealing between seller and buy-f
e er means. . '
Sister State's ' Float .'on 1 Inter
state Brldge'Day Will Sound
i Vancouver business Interests plan to
come strongly -to the bat during the
parade of ' Interstate Bridge - day, No
vember 1, with a great -float made to
.represent half a bridge.; Banners will
say, in effeot: 'Here's pur half, now
bund yours.'! ..&... '!.. V;.,
The parade committee and all other
committees - boosting the project to
span the Columbia with a great bridge
will - meet at luncheon in the ladles'
dining room of the Commercial club
Tuesday noon to work out the ar
rangements for "brtdge day." All or
ganlzations now represented In. the
bridge movement may be represented
there, and . notices have v been-.; sent
through the mails to the various mem
bers announcing 1 the meeting. . Those
who fall ; to get their notifications in
time may make reservations by calling
Main 8840 or; A-6091. s , i u! 't ; ,:
The parade committee now consists
or George L. . Baker, R, H. Brown, C
C. Chapman, , J, Fred Larson. J. li.
Nolta, George M.' Hyland, Julius. L.
Meier, M. G. Winstock, Judge B. G.
mutiv , aawara r. weinoaum, A.' JU
uorour, r. W. German, W. B. Sleeman.
E. T. Webster, A. E. Hall: G. T. Hunt
Ben Osborne and W. T. Orr. It Is
expected that at 1 least 50 delegates
xrom ainerent organisations will be
present " ' r :
The committee In charge of the
North Portland Commercial olub s ban
quet' the evening of "bridge day" has
made rapid progress on the plans. Re
quests for reservations of elates IndM
cate a probable attendance of at least
too. The St Johns Commercial club
has reaerved 60 plates, Vancouver will
have the same, number, the North
Portland club will have 80 and the
ladles' auxiliary will ' be' represented
also. . ;. ".'o,-;
The following committee has 'charge
of the banquet:'
J. H. Nolta, E. M. Orth. H. N. Reid,
Ralph Feeney, F. C. Nichols, Mrs. P.
M. Shattuck. Mrs, W." J. Hamm, Mrs.
James Wilkinson. The committee has
arranged to have several prominent
men speak . at this banquet.
An open meeting of Eureka lodge
No, 204, Knights and Ladles of Se
curity, will be held Monday night at
East Sixth and Alder streets. Mrs.
Abigail Scott Duniway will be one of
the chief speakers and George D.
Young also will talk. The member
ship of -this lodge exceeds 1100 and
a large - number ' representing this
membership is expected at the meet
ing. Outsiders also may attend. It is
planned to make this gathering one
of the "big- meetings of the bridge
campaign. . v
BEND SHIPS 32,000 .
SHEEP IN 10 DAYS
The Oregon Trunk railway traffic
department reports that 82,000 sheep
have been shipped from Bend during
the past 10 days, probably the great
est export movement of sheep in so
short a period ever known in the state.
The sheep are to be fed in' Montana
in transit for the Chicago market '
Bands were driven Into Bend for as
great a distance as 200 miles from
the forest reserves where they sum
mer pastured. Many of the buyers
of these flocks Just dispatched are
Montana sheep men.
Is a lot of money to save on ths
purchase of a new Player piano. At
Graves Music Co. removal. See adv.,
page 12. sect. 3. (Adv.)
' Public i LiL
J A . new phase of 1 i.mrv itnnlon
work will be Inaugurate at the public
library this . week, be inning October
23. On Thursdays from 8 to t and 8
until 8:80 o'clock. Dr. George Rebec
of the University of Oregon Will' toe
at the central, building, room .IV. t
suggest, courses of readlug- to any-One
who may wish to study or do research
work along any .lines.. There will be
no charge for this service. ; Dr. Rebec
will be , very glad to meet individuals
or representatives of j clubs, who may
wish assistance in planning systematic
courses .of. reading, -on any s Thursday
mruugiioui, mo- winter. v , v
On Wednesday , evening, ; October 28.
at s o ciock, in Library hall, ' Dr. U.
IS.-' ChBpman will give the second leo
ture of his course on the "Evolution
of Liberty." ' This" - lecture will ; trace
the evolution of political, liberty, from
the French revolution, to the present
time. j.. ;, if.--
' Lincoln - Stef fens will r lecture s In
Library hall Thursday . evening, Oc
tober 28. on, "A Way Out for Cities
In the lobby. of-the central library
is a collection of . charts showing the
past and present work and expenditures
of the Portland Department - of Public
.Works, , The exhibition also ; Includes
graphlo charts . giving : comparison " of
Portland with other ; cities of the
United ; 6Ute : Jn"; the matter of park
area,' mileage of paved streets, etc
The publlo ; library will open a new
branch In South- Portland at the cor
ner oi First and Hooker streets during
the early . part r of " December. The
school '.board has- most generously per
mitted , the library . to place a building
on this corner free of charge. ' Special
attention will ' be paid there ' to the
needs of ' the foreigners living In that
part of the city.' In addition to books
In English there will be a generous
supply of books In - the Yiddish, Ger
man and . Italian V languages. The
magaalne list also, will Include lead
ing English and Yiddish papers. Miss
Ruth Crocker, now librarian , at the
Sellwood branch. is to be In ( charge
of this new building.
CHEHALIS EXPECTS TO
GET LAND REGISTRATION
Chehails, Wash., Oct II Assurances
have been received here that make it
seem certain that the registration for
the Big ' Bottom land lottery and the
drawing Itself will be held In Chehails
If the land is opened for ruing in. tnat
irjanner. xwenty-rour thousand acres
in the Rainier reserve Is to be elimi
nated and opened to settlement
The method and time will likely be
determined within a few weeks, c-:;: '
SECTION MEN SENT OUT -
TO FIGHT FOREST FIRES
Santa Cru,' 'Cel.. Oct; 18. One hun
dred railroad section men left here to
day to battle with three forest fires
now raging near Tamploo creek, Zy
ante station and Thorn Place. Ths
fires are said to be traveling lo the di
rection of Scrtt's valley and Mount
CIGAR STORE SALE GETS
MAN PRISON SENTENCE
San Francisco, Oct 18. -John W. Rob
erts was sentenced to three years' im
prisonment In San Quentln prison to
day by Superior . Judge Dunne for ob
taining money , under false pretenses.
He was convicted of selling a cigar
store which he, did not own to F. J.
Sadler for 8120.
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of GAUFonr;!A r:r,
Glenwood, Near Sr,Tjos3,. L
' ;Wind Shifts Qulckl
' San Jose. Cat,' Oct ,ll.-rThe
fires , which have beeh raglnr m , Uie ; :
Santa Crua mountains for the past i ten
days and which. were yesterday thought -to':1be';..AUnder;l
with . renewed ; vlgor-.iant IsUrgeniXAU
have been sent to surrounding towns1 for;
umlstanea.: lf-U'J'-- ' '
Late this afternoon 'a 'repOrt' Tame ' ,
from Glenwood that one branch of the
fire was sweeping over 'the mountain
ridge this morning from'Zayante Cimyorf
and wear within a mile of the town; Tid -unless-
there was a sudden 'shift in the
wind the place apparently "jrae doomed ,(
Every person to the toww bs turned: out '
In an effort to beat back, tluLf lames, r - t
Another branch of he.firv-,ls , heading" -toward
t Wrights fStaOonv, where c there '
are many summer hotels. viii i,iii-T.jt k
Many fire fighters were vburned vand
Injured today and a family named tdot
nettl, hemmed in by i flames ewh(ch'. -destroyed
their farm house.- narrow lyee
caped death and ar ..being reatedi, at''
Los Gatos for serious burns.; k:o- ,ii
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How to furnish a house with' wood -
things at low prices Is itold, In i "House :
hold Goods for , Sale;" read it .today.Ftrf -
'A e-ifFAT' a VjX"
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mmxHArsn Pt.ATxa jun buov
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' Indeed, it has often been aa!d!,tnaf ,
"Truth" needs no ornament' and "that
what she borrows from the pendicle . '
deformity." The plain, unwrlnkled itale
ot aiveoiar oiauiirr neeas no aaoro-r
ment. A slmnle statement of what it. la
should suffice. . . ' i
Brleflv. -the Alveolar metnoa II tffli: '
If you have two or mora teeth left V?
either jaw, we can supply all that yov -have
lost with teeth as srood.solld and ..
sound as the best set of natural teetht -.
ever grown in any human being's
mouth, and a whole lot more beauti- . ..
ful than nature's best product without
resortlna- to such makeshifts as partial
plates and the unsanitary bridge work.
Alveolar Teeth are not only beautiful, -
but they are comfortable and durable
We auarantee them to last a lifetime, .
where the longevity of bridgework- la
seldom ever longer than five or slg
years and generally a good deal Iea.
It is never guaranteed to last by any1
first class dentist who is. responsible
and reliable, beoauaa all first class
dentists will tell you that bridgework -.
at best is doubtful. It is .a painful "
operation and gives trouble from the -
time it is put in tne moutn until ii n :'.
to be taken out. In manV cases where-
bridgework is Impossible, and ail oases
where It is possible, we can , replace
you' missing teein wiia ptruov
Alveolar Teeth.' The
Take a course of treatment at the
White Cross. Sure results: home care;
no hypodermics, but a mild tonic treat
ment; costs nothing for information.
CalL write or phone the White Cross,
714 Davis street corner Twenty-second.
Main 8421. A-1447. Dr. R. L, Gillespie,
medical director. (adv.)
' Use common sense buy, Superior coat
16 -ton. Main 154; A-1541. (Adv.)
pain incident ' to
the work Is 'practically none;' the ex
pense is the same as the best . bridge1
work but In satisfaction there : Is, no)
comparison oeiween ine iwo, , . y,
we nave samples in
here In our home ell
our office to
show at all times hundreds of patients
y to refer to. Ex
aminations and booklets on ' Alveolar
dentlstrv are absolutely free.
Remember, that .In addition to , our
specialty. Alveolar Dentistry- and. cur
ing Pyorrhea (loose teeth), wa are ex
perts In every branch of dentistry from'
the simple filling up. "-" -)."
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Portland Abington Bldg lOfli Third.
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A LARGE AND MOST COMPLETE . S
LINE OF BRIDGE, BEACH & CO.'S
HEATING STOVES AND RANGES. -
THE ASSORTMENT CONSISTS OF BOTH
WOOD AND GOAL1 BURNING VARIETIES, -IN
THE EVER; POPULAR, WOOD SUPERIOR
" I0NE7-WANDA AND AURORA BRANDS.
WE OFFER THESE STOVES AS A SUPERIOR
ARTICLE IN QUALITY. AND FINISH AT '
.PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT. WE INVITE
YOUR INSPECTION OF THE GOODS AND "
ALSO, OF OUR NEW STOVE DEPARTMENT
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