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ILLC8TKA.THD NEWS IUCU:T
4, " PORTLAND, CnEGONr SUNDAY MORNING, . OCTOBER V1913." ; V"
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MINI. HMO I IINUIMN OtLuLO . Ml -1 -
-2--H3 Find: tiio Cafeteria "ucivto r !
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. Visitor From Orient
Much -.That - Is-New-in
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Written nd illnatrated by Mont.
. ,; . .v- gomery Plodder.
TI aeetna to m Jhataon of tht moat
I popular Institutions i in PortUtnd la
tha caf ateria,- ML t a.aplendtd idea.
ana- serves -ail clasaes with, admirable
aucce, and haa bn found to save
time,' labor and vf expense. : I 'Ulte
the cafeteria. for more reasons than one.
f It 1 an txoelleBt'renlrtaua toe friends;
. and fontetlmea enemle;"Jf. ver I."wan(
'. t sea beautifully painted and powt
deredfac 'I go , to, A oafeteria, :! ;am
Bur ,T? mew; wim one.tnere... ADOve an
things the-cafeteria, providea rrery hUft
gry creature with tji jrery - thinr he st
she majt dealre to ha,ve. AH old grumb
llnr husbanda who are nerer satiaf led
with the nice dishes their Jonr suffering
wires Prepare for them, would, do-well
to set themselves 'quickly Into a. cafe
teria, an there, pick, andi choose .their
particulait favorite-course. fThla would
prevent pVoceedlnKa-in a-divorce Courtl
Then there is anotner special advantage:
You .hatg mualo while yoa at. Imatin
yourself .'daintily VieTobblinak aar apple
dumi i nr to the atraina-of the latest ra
time. i here -is. alao a rich - contralto
voice In case you : want somethlns soul
inspiring-, ana aPPeute-Kiiun; -
Last wteK I referred' to the mumerona
pretty face. In Portland, I have since
learned .. wtjy" .they call ' Portland ' '"the
City of Rones."., i Iroairln the- feelings
of air old oriental, bacholor. when hela
'.; rK ' " n i -i i! win-.?. j -
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11 1 MuAill
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by a. Jiuraber -of tteae JJ, r VRi.lflVW vTVA.VJ f .
"rosea- who ry. out In heart- ' .9rireveA.'a'i 'Vifl "VC: U
IV tnesi-Jt Is Ta Day..slr.' 1 4 - i.-.r -'V.T' It i
ou!ll buy a tag-!" Sxire."t says.L , ., Y&TrMt'WlTff 'rZzlir U n '
in consetiuence J .had tags all over K. : . v ' ' V J,,,-. 'V "ai1. .1 i :. lXi . IMM'.W I i -l M
1 . - s it 1 "-1 tf VvaTn w v j ,iy.' in v.i'UP'i' ry K
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- ' vaw rv . t 1 .tv-n 1 :r vaw -
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me. pinned like medals and
von the breaat of a gallant hero. " Oh!
Tag day was mighty fine, and I thor
oughiy.j appreciated) the .kind words and
smiles) and loud about. a-I walked gal
r lantly homewards. , When do you have
Tag day again t a . d
1- It seem a to mr that thij- people of
- Portland are necessarily beautiful They
, can't help it. Living, aa they do, amid
; . charming scenery and beautiful moum
' talna, they are naturally ' affected by
. their surroundlnaa , I have , no . wards
to express my admiration of your wtal-
; thy city; Nature has been lavish In its
rifta to ' Portland. - Somebody told me
before I eame here;! "Tfou will find that
decorations 1 Italy, with US vine cWd bill, end 6wlU-1neath..'- .WIthV. ;its 'blotlt8v of .', buainei
erland'wlth Its. rugged peaka and moun
tain passes,, and Egypt-wlt' Ua broae
Nil valley, cannot -furtilah scenery of
deeper, grander br'tnore peaceful beauty
than Portland," ; .And Chat is, just : the
case.' I hav spent some of tae happiest
hours of my suy her feasting-bn glor-.
ious sceneav The peaceful Willamette
Curling- and winding through the busy
growing city Is refreshing to hoWU
This', mighty river.' Is as. buay "as ',any
Chinese' river I have 'seen.i From the:
top of -the Portland heights I'have o
oed -the- magnificent pan oramar-Taye!
the fe4st of visionthat nature unrolled
before my eyea There was tha city be-
house,' and the busy river banks, throbbing-with.
Ufa. But the crowning glory
ot Ufei-Wholar'Soene .fs.'the snow clad
peak v Of "Mount -Hood.f that points up
against 'the Mark :ky. :i?lt . makes" .one
goodto. lotk upon such refreshing scen
ery.' "Portland should attract' the lover
Of Jba "beautiful Jn nature and the land
1 scape painter. . I haven't referred to the
IHa JTorestabecanae Jl'fair to expresi -.n;wotd.-tha
narvelous .Influence tin
lne-ive on' Portland1, aeenerr. Whal
Vould your -mountaina- and hllle bt 11
Ar umiF-nln.if W1ta.t Wniild Port.
land.' be worth If ;not;"for those stately
GAMBLERS FIND LID
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,cent 'Announcement ;of
'-'Mayon Kline. "-'I
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, ."' ' JCnlts Prtaa Lessed Wire.) ''
( ..New "i'ork, OcU 18. "Tou can never
: tell from ; where - you sit" - Thst" ex
presses the feelings. Just now, of New
York's half-world. ,, Immediately aftet
all the, newspapers carried stories that
the niw Mayor Ardolphe Kline proposed
to "take the lid of f, Police Comm Is
sloner Rhinelander "Waldo personally led
a raiding squad Into; Chinatown, and
: 'pulied" a bunoh of . gambling Joints.
' Not only, that, but he went to the po-
lice station supposed to govern the wel
fare of Chinatown . and. stripped ' 'the
' shield from, a police captain,, an ser
gf an t'nd "Several , detectives. :- at 4 .jf. i
Of eourse Mayor. Kline naver said: ho
was going to tolerate gambling or any
kind of lawlessness and .the gamblers
had no right to -think that he would.
.. but the new mayon did aay thathe
would grant, all night liquor licenses
to some or tne restaurants ana not wv
force tho' 1 a. m.' closing that wa the
hobby of the late Mayor Gay nor. The
Tenderloin Jumped at conclusions. They
were mistaken when they thought' that
"Mayor Kline accompanied .bis statement
with a wink,' -r r'''.:"
Commissioner Waldo's: activity aroe
as . a doubla Jolt to the" gamblers and
- perhaps some of the sollce who are sup
posed to be In the "system" for the flrat
, Chinatown raid earn after a report that
Dlatrlot Attorney Charles 8. Whitman
had consented to help Mayor Kline run
; the police department. It was said that
at the mayor's request Whitman agreed
to keep an eye on - the' police. Waldo,
It was said.' was not .to be . removed,, but
, ho would be a mere figurehead, the
mayor and the district attorney bossing
bis department.'',v.iiS;V':";w;,i:':;:S O-.V; ''ii;
To demonstrate that he is still alive,
Waldo at once swooped down on China
town and Jugged several wagonloads of
fan .tan playing Celestials, lie did not
make a spectacular raid like those that
William . Travers Jerome was sof ond
of when he waa district attorney such
as breaking ? Into Upper,. Tenderloin
gambling-resorts with an ax but Wal
do was . there In person and was the
first man to enter the raided places. The
nxt ' night ha ' conducted . some, more
raids, until both the gamblers and Wal
do's subordinates never know where the
commissioner wlH turn.up next, . j
J BRIDETO .SUICIDE
r Paris,' Oct; II. LltU Madame Sophie
Durand, the is-y ear-old, bride of, a work
man "was passionately fond of the thej
atre, v The other night her hosband took
her! to see a fine .old fashlpned melo
drama, with , an 'impossibly a VlUafnous
villain i' and a-:r superlatively virtuous
dsmsei for ever' in dtstresit :Llftle Mai-
dame v "Durand rtooi the" mtdventurea;
or in aistrsssea aamsei ternoiy io
heart, and teouldr1 talk" ot nothing else all
'the way. noma ;:''". : : :v., '
. -rif ver:iihad her 'misfortunes," she
repeated, ."I 'could n t bear , it " I .should
la JK t i-i i - -
Ifer-,h1band, tried to create a diver
sion ,y. jprTenng . a Jtorm.,or coasoiauon-
met , never. ! in on own case a
drink, In a' neighboring ba. But Ma
dame Durand woo id, not be , comforted,
and. left him -to .his. solitary; potations.
When a-few. minutes later ie went home
he found his wife banging by a rope
from the roor of tn,aining room. Btie
was .-eivltis. 6mA.'1 ? VV-'5 ' '? i- uv-''.--- 'i
The :Ru Dcp
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.rower suy:ffL : yr
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No" other showing Cy :
'offers , such crcal l ' Si -.
variety t f , : J T J
Apll-Parflrl! ' -
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i .7 .i... ri,A i4 w t.trin.il aiKM olndld assortment
i new patterns, jsri fi djo t f? A L'?f'';'-y;Kfwy.vs'Rd;nfl
. at; . . . , i-.i-. ivS '.. ; .V,' laaiU ;.terSrf pr)fcd .'.trOeV.W.
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., -xl-..slies' for .the bl, ! dnn I or') Bxl "sises.. beautiful .new colorings
' living-room are priced r? ; .nd;,fl eJsns;pripea rcn rf
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To . be; procured at tni store pn!y.:aThiJs the regnil
wiaeiy BUTcnisca in TicwspapcrSaimasaTincs. cic.ior u.uuM xQiican gcv one ai, ims tvf CAvmiuPwA '
lag- toniprrow murning,' at ; toia riuivuiouHiy ig w pnee. v a nis macninc . l cqusi in. tunc. nu juiui . , - r , y j
those costing1, up to $$0.00, "and is built to "last a 'lifetime ('It is' a machine that .satisfy the most y "
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now to ijet une or
These Machines for qjq
Pfvrv MiilnmAf' fnalrmcr ntirfri3arat pAurr ,'- Iris amniint nf Sfl nfmnro .jf? AT TIRt C?RT.HlTJ
wi v j - wswwivi .utwn'us). w frB w .w s s vj P"t vas ..T'' w ws w ' . m T- - - w ,
1 tu a.ai i a' sa a . I , . - "t
besrmning tomorrow 'we "wiii'denver one jnese aDienaia.' sweet-ionea norniess tainns nucnines; at 1
the .unheard of prke 6f $6"75.- EveryTfibme, however humble or wealthy," can. now. afford one.of these f-',
wonderful machines -.You twtll spend- many delightful evenings listening . to the .world's 'famous bands,
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AT,THIS PRICK' MACHINES ARE LIMITED. CALL AND ; ARSAtVoB FOR ONE AT.iONCE; ( i t fST
1 rThia Machine In Built to Last-tf! ') laOtferDemotiaU
v;V-S v Lifetime : ''N'. t Givinn at the Powers
Thjis instrument is of the very latest modern. Improved type the. rrkxirds.
are marvelouelV clear. -The v renroduce the human voice to such oerfection .
that One not seeing the machine would scarcely belleve .it 'waa not a per-'
son singing or talking. , Tbeyi are built by the-greatest makers 'or pnono-
grapna in tne
world, and are so simply oonstruoted that a . child, can operate j
Store , ,
our cue- -
TA feature of 'the' policy .of 'this' house la' to' stimulate trade by of ferine;
' traordinary inducemenU the value of which is . easily recognisea c-y an our cus-
torn ere. -Wt believe every -cuetomer will -want' to -seeupe -one. of theee- splendid
'.IWIn- ' MtxA , mmn hnn. t ha t I hi arxtrlsl. Of f er wll 1 D the meflnS Of
bringing, us many, new tcOatomersA who will open a credit. account wUh, us this
REMEMBER, THI ' OFFER ' APPLIES I TO' BOTH CASH OR f 'CREDIT? CUSTOMERS
' ' ;!. TanUilU-gtreoa Window'
; Terms tXO.00. tl.TS a Week.
It -Is a. wonderful outfit at the
price and conalata.of one Circas
sian walnut atand, dressing-table,
chiffonier, rocker and .chair.. A
massive two-inch -1 pes t gold
bronse bed, fitted " with metal
sprlng-; and SO-pound - mattress.
Ths special credit terms named
Srrve you: almost a year to pay
or it ,
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Powcrs'rThc: Heater Store
' If jrou'buy th new heater at , Powei, you are ur o heater satiifac,'
.-sl tion, for they are the fairest priced, best built; most attractive heaters ;
you will be able to find., There is much satisfaction in making your
selection from the largest, brightest and best showing in ail Portland
' ' then you have our personal guarantee that ;the heater will do all4
you expect of it. We would likejo. have -you seer them.. We. are;
proud of the showing we have to offer you. We firmly believe, you
-1 will recognize their quality as wa do. ,t -v 4
, v , -PAY US AS LOW. AS $1.00 WEEKLY- ' . A
Living Room Suite
. '4 , so TaaaalU window, '. ,
: Terms SJ0 Cash,-tl JO a. Week.
'a1 nicely matched living-room
ontflt in. qnarler-sawed oak. Con
aista of Unlfold bed davenport,
complete - with " mattrees: a . 4 8-r
Inch library table, 'leather seat
arm rocker,, leather seat arm chair
and oak palm stand. The pieces
'are all of generous size and splendidly-made.
Lowest credit terms.
j Mini mm 1 imm him m i iwiimminnii i miiiini utiiwBi.miiiin wium iiniii'i 1 1 Milium 1111
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PoWero' "Dignified Credit
f I Synteni Was Plaririeid for Voiir: Convenience
ThVrlrhtTklnd of a furniture store nevermearit" eo much to homefurnlsliers ss It does today.- , We basa our claim to patronage upon no ground other
thHit the rlahtneas of our. furniture, our service and prlcea."- Never, has. a'credit purchaser been .so critical of quality and value as today, and never has
stronger reasons axlsted or It. We call this store "the right kind of , a, f urn luire stoe.", because Jt meets the moat critical demands-with the right kind
of credit servloe the same fair. Just and equitable service to all. i ')fN-y i . , ' ; . . -i ' ? -r
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call this store "the right kind of a, fumluire store, :t
it and equlUble service to all, y f j 'j T rr .
ting Time to Look for Iron'
IiK Would Be Wastimr Time
to , Compare With ThisTrrMawiye Two; 1
4 , -a. . , a v rfVTX -J .' '.. .' gg.' tk ' 1
Inch roit Aiold
Bronze Bed and
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Actual Value of Both Pieces Is $19.50
Tho' value of these two pieces you will readily recognise, for. purchaaed In
' . i. ...m' w. ...-h In -v.aa fn. hA una w Mama TOS
thbiehv - Here is a i massive two-iieh post gold bronsa bed with ten. filler
ea extra swo biwi p.y,..-..- -
ay. metal frame .prlng of high quel ty, -Tnespr.ng mwiu a....
sfajnsrlsi aina' h&s incn Ana De-nBji bii essiMsi w r 7
o?rn1?sV'top is T6f superior link fabric, Jhe two pieces are exceptional
both.; as, 10 ouainy,oa' o:. fr.A'.', i , - . . , . r
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53267 Colonial Suite in
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AHm'ima of ihe'better grade" of furniture will slwayg flnd' at' thls'stofa la? ? headrmeasurlrigv5 inches , and foot.:end,. 4.'tncftes. rThs mirror plates are
V iin.r.e a..liai ' nil,,. In all tha finer urnnda.- Th one v '.,d.i'ui' .i,n, ihn.nh'iii,4 thwinrh la xtt : heat nualltv and eon-
pleces may ha purchased , separately each on Js
anown unoer eacn, arucie. t
most ciiii7rvnTO v ,c v. , - , . . . . , , ..i. ..u . " t' -
the cbUfonier 8S Inches nd-th bed hasunusual)y high eadygnd toot ..'..and,.-;) marked at. the specut price
. - V,a -"
rsV'-ibibyi i tender;
' ', baby , walker. - . babr,
diner and reclining
' chatr - combined . In
one piece. The met
. al parts are of oxl
. diked steel and the
. frame1 of oak. fin-1'
ished goldem . Folds
... in a . , very '-small
pace.,. . . j.J j "
Tha 'Sealy' Mattress is made entirely and solely of pur. virgin,, long-.,
. fiber ' cotton the best that grows: -. It t Is- absolutely, body conforming,
because there la not a tuft In it. t It 1 made of on giant cotton batt.
and is eo comforablo -and satisfactory that lt .has,beoome a mattress ,
nationally known. If you one o try a 8ealy MattreM you wilt, certainly ,
buy ne ot mor.v.fWoback,itup by to atrongeet guarantee.;! '
This la an unusual metal fmi. i i
a it preoenta a ineb.l ruin h i'
'good quality. V It runtnlni m-, ' )
Hrini;s, is a betf fi,r!f , I i
if fmni than nv rnu. h '
of f er-ii at the m t ' iri
;'.uoh only -to a i.