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AT PEOPLE'S I
. V Guy ' Talbot Highly Pleased
; With,;? Generous; Response
it ;J .(, ;
Th Jt dollar tnecessarr to issure
tie maintenance of the Portland Sym
j'lionjr , toruliestrs" for this eson has
i r-n uborlbed an4 tho fuQ JOOO fund, provetl hlg-hivuccessful and
completed. 1 In fact, the runo is su
over the amount called for, and Chair
man Guy W. Talbot of the ,Ad club cam
paign commute said mora money could
fcava been raised jhad It been needed. -v.
i "I am i hirhlr. pleased -with - tha r
J npons which met our efforts, said
i Mr. Talbot today. ' "Wa completed the
f fund from the point whera Mr. Wheel
l wright and his friends left off. In Just
10 daya. ,' , :v :.v
t "I am sorry, however, that mora pe
pie did not come In. I was particularly
i anxious to aeoura donations of small
; sums from' cltlsens In all walks of , Ufa,
I "One thing ; that pleases me- partleu
;. lnrly is the fact that the completion of
J the fund means that the - children of
bur i schools will be given opportunity
$ to hear really excellent mualo, and. It
' will cost them nothing;, as tha manage
; mcnt of the orchestra has promised free
! concerts for tha youngsters. ' .
y "The generous manner in which the
t men and womn of Portland subscribed
j Is vivid proof . of tha fact that sood
1' music is really appreciated and desired
in Portland, .vr )'K; .&.
t , r- . Zdst of Bubserfter, "' :
2 Following ' is the full "list of those
who subscribed ' to the fund, and the
j amounts of each subscriptions :
; W. B. Ayer, 1150: B. Koehler; 1150;
i J. 1. Karrell. $150; Miss it. Falling, $160;
r H, "U Corbett. 1160; Miss Maud Ains-
wortn, ibu: auks tsaran , icwib,
H. I Pittock, $150: John Clemson, $160;
. Ji. -U. PittocK, $150: jonn uiemson, sxou
I Fred A. Kritm. IliO: H. Eilera & McCor
mick. $150; M. Chrlstcnatn, $160; W. D.
Wheelwright. $160; ; Walter J. , Burns,
$150; Dr. 1C A. J. MacKenzie, $150;
F. T, Griffith, $50; James B. Bradshaw,
$50; J. M. Leiter, $60; F. B. Cobbs, $50;
i H. M. Papst. $50; - M. Fleisehner, $60;
; Wesley Ladd, $60; C. E. 8. Wood, $50;
S Clementina Wilson, $50; Guy WL Talbot,
" $50; Mrs. T. D. Honeyman, $28; J. S.
J O'Gorman, $25; Arnold Rothwell, $26;
S C. C Colt. $26; F. C. Knapp, 25: H. IX
Jjangler, $25; Harvey O'Brien. $26) Mrs.
William Alvord. $10; Miss Wiedlar. $6;
William Conaidine. $5: Mrs. W. P. Olds.
i $160; J. U. Coleman, 100; Clara AiW
ecnneimer, sau; Aiex wanner.
it- ' -
Minnle-Maddern Flske "opened an en-caa-ement"
at the People's theatre in
Portland last night Tha famous Amer
ican actress did not actually appear In
the - flesh. , She scintillated - In, moving;
pictures, . Tha hlstrionio effect' how
ever, whs very rouoh tha same as though
the actress, had actually stood - before
the audience. .. The . aoreen production
ilyjiuccessf ul and m. . pocked
house greeted the initial Performance.
"Mrs. Flske In moving pictures, inaug
urates a new policy at the People's.
Thomas ' Hardy's drama, ' "Tees of the
U'Urbervilles,". waa tha vehlole. through
which t.ie celebrated 'star entertained
Uie Portland audience. A capable sup
port added to the success of the pro-
aucuon. -ine enure evening was de
voted to the play. . -vf :.;.v:;
Through an arrangement with Daniel
Frohman the People's theatre will pre
sent all the Frohman photoplays for an
entire year. The productions are sched
uled, to run week each. ' ' .
Patrons of the People's f. last night
found the Interior of the playhouse had
undergone many innovations. New car
pets and new decorations greeted tha
eye. Potted palms were on display and
ushers received tha guests la full even
ing dress suits, i '-'-, ;-..v .,.;;.-.J..j';.r
r Next week the start will ba' Mtr
Plckford in. "The Bishop's Carriage,", ,
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PUBLIC DOCK WORKMEN -
G ETJ EIGHTH OUR DAY
CATHOLIC fjSS!0 PORTLAK'D i'. : . M 1
IS OPBIEO; TO GELEBRAI i NAJAL
BiSHOPS THERE! DAY OF THE EMPEROR
Closer, Cooperation Between Fapal - Delegate', i Archbishop Many Prominent 'Americans of
" j i 8lem Burets of The JenrBal.)
; Salem, ' Or, Oct : id Following ! da.
manda made by . Stat Labor Commis
sloner O. P. Hoff, the North Coast Con
tracung company, which' has the sub
contract lor tha excavaUon on the publio
docks being constructed In PorUand,
agreed to ' observe an eight . hour day
beginning today., r,;. The company . ha
boen- working it men 10 hours, on th
ground that an emergency exists. Com
mlssioner Hoff stated today that he In
vestigated and found there was no emer
gency a contemplated under the eight
nour jaw. e said the company waa
paying Its men 26 cents an hour for
eight hour and B0 cent Xor the extra
two hours, making an average of SO
cents an hour, while the regular wages
paid men employed at such labor on an
eight hour day basis was. 0 oants an
hour. lie declared this was an evasion
Mra" Nellie' lim, 0
I $6; Mrs. George p. Nevlns, $1; Edward !5 the law. The company agreed with
I Cookingham, $50; .W. Cotton, $26; (the commissioner to pay Us men JO
i raul Wesainger and H. Wagner, $150; I cenWan hour for eight hours.
f Jacob Kanzler, $6; Mra. R. W. T-"'. t - T
i $26; Mrs. Solomon Hirsch, $50: Mrs.
i Max Houser, $10; Mrs. Fred A. Jacobs,
; $26; Joseph H. Young. $26 K. H. Koeh-
ler. $16: Lewis A. McArthur. $5: Isham
M. Smith, $26; Mrs, E. C. Shevlln. $25;
j. iu. uaviason,
Frank ; O. - Owen
1. VII.- Ty.1. Utn.M
j i ids aivio wcoi a, q w ,
$5; Gav Ixmbard, $25
Honeyman. $20:- Mrs.
I $25: C. F. Adams. $25 Fred L. Botsford.
IS; J. A. Cranston, $25; Sherman, Clay
f & Co.; $25; F. 8. Stanley, $25; Mrs.
f. Victor Johnson, $25: Theodore B. Wll-
' . CONCUSSION OF BRAIN
William B. Green suffered a slight
concussion of the brain in' the runaway
accident near Brownsville Wednesday
of last week. This was ascertained yes
iterdar when Dr. H. M. Patton arav him
v cox, $160; Roderick t. Macleay, $6; Mrs. i a thorough examination. Mr.' Green re-
M. E. Rockey. $60; - w. M. Ladd, $60: ' turned late Saturday night from Grants
I ftM1 from th.
Wiley B. Allen, $50; CJ. 5. Weteke? $25?, a" Bide depot or tnBoutnern racino
; tiik t hi urri tih. r without atasistsinctt. Hi thVHiftan ad-
'" S. Howard, $20; Henry Teal, $6: Hugh - Vised him, however, to remain quiet and
S "uine, ru; uewm ;aweiiv f9ij Jwre-rja bed for several day, so that complt
. &...V- !T'rsAt,f.'2.'--;' 4 oaUona may b prevented, -
i. ff MM . SHf v'vv ww vuiviuwi
what happened after the buggy in which
h n.,;rA 'tin- n w : V;ii'iih.'ri;iith train. ; A a result or tn nervous
clfio Paoer comnanv. $5: Mrs. W. L. shock, hie gray hair has turned consld-
Brewster, $10; C. S. Holbrook, $5; cash, ' erably whiter, so hi daughter Mid to-
tea; jjr. a... J-.Dn"lnf powers, day. i
icab oompany, $25 ; Frank M. Dooley,"'
Multnomah hotel, -$60; A, H. Devers, ' '
$10i L. Allen Lewis, $25; H. M. Burpee,!
I M. Dooley, $10;, Alice 8.. Devereaux, $26;
The committee which dlreoted th
campaign which resulted in bringing the
subscriptions from $3000 "to $5000 Is
comprised of . the following: Guy Y).
Talbot, chairman; 'Harvey CBryan and
J Dr. I w. Hyd. ,f:k d Mi
JUDGE M'GINN OPENS
COURT IN NEW ROOM
Circuit Judge McGinn 1 this morning
attended the funeral of John Sirey and
did not appear at th courthouse as he
had nothing scheduled for the morning,
This afternoon when he appeared - to
open court he found a bar room- where
be had held court, purine: hi absence
end without his knowledge the moving
oi nis court to ine new rooms at the
northeast corner of th fifth floor was
Cloth decorations have been fitted in
to the depression of the celling and
have solved the . problem - of poor
acoustics as an. ordinary sound in th
new room carries to any part of th
room, Th reverberations which form
erly mad . addresses to th Jury diffi
cult to unaeratand have been entirely
eliminated. - The scheme may be tried
in - other courtrooms. The decorations
are handsome in whit and brown and
harmonic with th other decorations.
FINLEY, IS WATCHING .
r - .DUCK HUNTERS' CLUBS
' ' ' " ; 1-::'A'f--
state Gam warden William I Fin-
l ley was on Bauvies island all day yea
r terday watching duck hunters, and he
s found, or rather heard, a number of
instances . of violating th new federal
migratory game bird aot, in regard to
snooting witnin the hour after sunrise.
Under th sunrise", table, shooter on
; the preserves of several of the proml-
nent Sau vies island clubs were out in
some instances 0 minutes too early,
it in snooting hour . yesterday was 6:3J.
The names of .the clubs , where this
; snooting ' took place were secured and
; they will be watched next week, In case
th violation It repeated,, Flnley will
nai ma, gunners into. federal oourt
i YEGGMEN BLOW SAFE
- BUPREWARD IS SMALL
Teggmen blew the safe in th Oregon
Electrlo Railway station- at Tia-ard.
some time before daylight today, but
iKunu vaiy auuut s lor ineir trouble,
, according to reports received at the of
! flee of Superintendent A. J. Pavlsoa this
; morning. w t
f The robbery was not discovered until
! th agent unlocked his office. : A num.
ber of tickets also "were stolen, but th
cxieui-oi mis loss tias not been checked
W0 LEAVE GRANTED TO
TROOPS ON, ATLANTIC
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he port R. 1 Oct 20. A "no
leave grrated" order was received at
Fort Adams and .other army posts in
Rhode Island today. This was aooept--d
here as meaning that troops war
to be kept in readiness to leav for the
II' xk an border, should conditions there
tiuw worse. .
ONE MORE VICTIM
-Grants Paas, Or Oct 10-Harold
Schilling. 11-year-old son of William
Schilling, merchant was drowned in
th Rogue river while fishing Just be
fore noon today, H was washed from
his feet in a rapid into th deep pool
at the Whit rocks - and his body has
not yet been recovered. Cecil Wlttorff,
aged IS, attempted to rescue his com
panion, getting mm neany to snore at
one time. Wlttorff was nearly drowned
but waa resuscitated.
The Schilling family recently came
her from Long Beach, Cat
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! Rally Pay Celebration Enjojred. .
' ' An enjoyable rally day celebration
was held yesterday at the United Breth
ren church at Sixty -second avenue and
Slxty-sinta street The chapel was
decorated beautifully with autumn
leaves . and a clever program was ren
dered. Th attendance was 111 an un
usual number. ' Th cradl roll showed
1$. present The success of th day's
program was due to the efforts of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E, Conner, Mrs. .W. A, Bush
and Bev, Mrs. C. P, Blanchard.
V' . - "Fire Damages Office.
; Fire resulting from the crossing of
leotrlo wire caused considerable dam
age in the office of W. W. Cotton, gen
eral attorney for th O.-W. B. A N. com
pany, in th Wells-Fargo building. Sun.
day afternoon. " Mr. Cotton' desk waa
badly charred and numerou papers and
document were destroyed. No one
happened to b in the office at the
time except a stenographer, who gav
the alarm, . and th flames soon were
subdued. , ; v. ;
City, County sand,' State
Health Officers; Sought. ,
- Bcfor the budget estimate of the
city health bureau for 1914 Is finally
adopted an attempt will be mad to
hold a conference between State Health
Officer White, Dairy and Food Com mis
sioner Mlckle, th county officials, the
members of th budget committee, and
Health Officer, Marcellus with a view
to seeking closer cooperation in disease
prevention. This i action t was decided
upon by the budget committee meeting
-wiis morning. , , ,
Stat Health Officer Whit waa eriti
cited by Dr. Marcellus, . as wer the
county officials. : Dr. Marcellus sUted
that when a typhoid epidemlo threatened
recently as a result of the usage of
water at Whitwood Court on the Linn
ton road, outaido of the city limits, his
department had test made of th water
and . did everything possible to stamp
out th disease, but the county offlolais
woo really should have had chars did
nothing until h had called it to their
attention a number of times. .:
- Th committee already hat clipped
more man $is,uoo rrom tne large esti
mate prepared for the health bureau,
and this morning mor than $6000 was
prunes, ana tn committee ba yet
number of Item to go over, Of th
item taken up this morning many wer
ror suppues ana material. . .
' The. largest single amount asked for
was $4000 to pay hospital bills of those
having contagious disease and emerg
ency eases, on account or th emerg
ency hospital in the new city Jail soon
to be ready for use, th commute al
lowed only $2500. Three ' automobiles
to be used by milk and sanitary in
spectors had been asked for but only
io were wuiwea, " : , t
The committee this afternoon expects
to imisn me estimates or th health
bureau so that the budget can b put
into tentative shape for final revision.
It is probabl that the committee will
clip several thousands of dollars mors
oeior rinished, - , , , .
NOT OPPOSED TO NEW LINE
No Objection , to Stark Street Hue
. East of .Fourth.
Following a .eonfarenca haM fcawan
Stark street property owners and busi
ness men and - representatives of 'the
Portland & Oregon City Electric Rail
way Co., seeking a franohlse to operate
cars on Stark ; from Fourth to Tenth
streets, resolution wer adopted show
ing that business men and others were
not opposed to the new line on Stark
street east of Fourth.' The resolution
was presented to Will H. Daly, commis
sioner of publio utilities, this morning.
MRS.' SUNGSBY FINDS 1
STRAIN IS TOO GREAT
San Francisco. Oct ' 10. Mrs. Charles
Sllngsby, wife of Lieutenant . Slinssbv
of the JBcltlah army, who is fighting
an effort by his -younger brothers to
prov that th ; "Sllngsby heir" is a
ohangollng," and that they, Jnstead of
the baby,-ar in line tor a $1,000,000
entailed British estate which th lieu
tenant now t holds, suffered a oollanse
her today. She was overcome by anx
iety attendant upon th bearings before
British Vice Consul Young, who la tak
ing th depositions of those who assert
she adopted another woman's baby in
plac of on of her own which died.
Criticism of Former Amba
Bonzano,.: Cardinal 0'Conr
nell; Among ; the '. Speakers.
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(United PreM tu Wire.)
This City" Will Be Invited to
Participate, in 'festivities.
ly u idrf-a
"Our trip lu,
'' cc::r--iSCio;j to
Chairman 'fi. jL Clark j,, .
call for a rnunj of th 0r, a
tjon to be iiel
. 1 . th ,
To celebrate th $4th
Boston, Oct 80. -The Soman Catholla I w.mnkr vn.hk. t
avj - ' Mi.iyvi v wsaas a,v V a VOUt m. ill Ff .
Missionary congress opened here to-1 lnm Ton.n... -nn.i v,-. -
day. Its purpose, explained Arohbi.hon w-T'.ZZZ.TZl "ZZ .V'
Quigleyof Chicago.-speaking as chan- nomah Friday evening. October 81. and
(United Pres Tased .Wlri.) '
' VashlnHrton, Oct 0. President Wil
son and Secretary of State Bryan will
mnlts no rcvily to crUloisms recently"
volotd In Spokane ty former Ambas
sador Henry 1-ane Wilaon of the admin
latratlon's attitude toward Mexico. Baa
retary Bryan Intimated that Wilson was
discredited and that no official notice
wouiq be taKen of any of the former
wi. T" r; ...;.'' ' wemng approximately 600 Invitations ambassador's "rebukes
r,oni. n Si TlZn. Z .r.'TJ'-.J i'rT;'Ba- -, Pimmnt omscn. .or The -president and Bryan conferred
wis afternoon over th llextcan itua
iti.. ..til, I Hon. . .. . A - . , .
Cardinal O'Connell of Boston nresided. xAt- i. ,w. ...i. I ,wnnn Bnni,n v..t..v'
Archbishop Bonsaoo, th papal delegate, UnlUd State .courts, federal, . Stat. PnUo his letter to liryua tendering his
and Bishop Schrembs of Toledo spok. county and city officials, ' and th offi- "''nation and explaJnlnir his course in
The congress will contlnu four days', cere and members of the - Portland Mexico. In it he criticised Bryan's for-
It is held under th. auaninaa nt th Chtmbtr of Commiimi tii th Pnmnm.. elgn policy as a "spirit of hazardous ad-
Cothollo . CHureh ''"-xtnloni' i 'soofaty. I ! club.Th laviUUons ''also nouest T-0-1!1 " lalm4 hs -(Wilson) '.was
which was founded in ChicsM on o.lthe presence of their ladle. -1 ?w.l0 onr X unselfish motives in
tober 18) 1905. Tha founders were Arch-1 ""Due i to th ' fact that ' It' was the
bishop Qulgley of Chicago, 'lit chan-1 uhlted SUtes which brought Janan In
ceUor, and Dr, KUy, then of Michigan touch with th wonderful west, I deem
and now it president. Th first con-l't proper that I should celebrate ' th
gross was, held in Chicago flv years emperor's birthday by th attendanoe of
ago. Th second congress was to be oiusen of this country at a reoeotion
uvia, m Domma two years ago. nut was i " suom.ii, - saia ur. iai,'. 'America nitMimn vnn- , m ' :u.n... -
wucm v.i .wuuiii ut. nio xTjvinmiBuo --- w vuun w me I Wisconsin, a member of th Wisconsin
congress held to Montreal that yar. world, been very kind to us, and -ha Panama Fa'lfio xM
Anof inos wno win tan part in l"aiea japan out or bard situations.
this congress, in addition to those ai.l ' "In Japan the whole neoDla. from tha
ready mentioned. will b archbishops ol1 school children oven in th most
Cardinal O'Connell of Boston, Qulgley remote districts, feel 'a sens of gratl-
of Chicago, Blank Of New Orleana, Eru- toward th United State for the
shesi of Montreal. MoNell of Toronto. Kood work this nation "has narformed.
ChrlsU of Portland, Legal of Ed-W realise how truljr friendly America
monton, Alta. Messmer of . Milwaukee, I has been and th reception I am plan
PlUval of Santa F, Prendergat of nlng I simply a concrete evidence of
rouaoeipnia, umow or oaxea. Mex-1 m gratitua which Janan ' owes tha
ico, Allen of Mobil, and Bishops Can- United S Utea -'"! i- i, --, ;iv v:
vin of PlUburg, Schrembs-of Toledo, Emperor Yoahihlto was born In 1$7
Muldoon of Rockford 111., Byrne of and Is said to be the most democratlo
Nashville, Corrigan "of Baltimore. Cur- ruler th country has known for soma
rler of Matansas, Cuba, ' Donahue of time. , A seeker of simplicity he appar-
Wheeling, Dunn of Peoria, Fallon of ently makes It a practice to disregard
London, Ont, Dougherty of Jaro, P. L, or transcend th traditional barrier that
Fox of Green Bay, Gallagher of Qalves- has in rlgn past separated the court
ton, Oarrlgan of Sioux City Oarvev of from th peosl since tha first amn.mr
Altoona, Olorieux of Boise, OranJon of ascended the thron . . " ..
Tucson, Gunn of Natches. Hennessy of 1 Many: little stories showlnar ih.ia
Wichita, Jones of Porto Rico, Kelley characteristics are told conoemino- htm.
of Savannah, Kenny of St Augustine I ranging from bis daily practice of as-
uaiuuppe or xmisKamingr vnw Juem- sisung nil attendants to tie his own
han of Great Falls, LeRoqu of Sher- shoes, to a tlnx when he, traveling in-
brooks, Quebec LIUis of Kansas City, cognlto, happened to . bump into ' a
Lynch of Dallas, - Mats of ' Denver. Japan eoolla-while ridlnr i HnKi.
Meerscbaert of Oklahoma, Morris of and. was found by his attendants
Little ; Rock, Morrison of . Antlgonish, apologising to th angry laborer.
N. 8., Maea of Covington, Mathleu of ' '-: - r ..
Reglna, Saslt, Northrup of Charleston, AOlr TtlUT DIDI r nr?
Itmw of Zamara, Mexico, Nussbaum nOl MAI dIdLC DC r
pot?arirfSc READ IN THE SCHOOLS
Richmond, Pascal of Prince Albert, I . , '
Raalr Pnar nt St OeorrA. N. F Rhaw 1 Member! Of the Reformed Pre at) T
of San Antonio, Tlleon of Lincoln, Ward I terian church yesterday morning adopt-
s o'clo' i tomorri
'iimle.,iim's fcead )
"f I club bnllu
' ba t ifu . w
his attitude toward Huerta and Maderg,
tf'l-'l ') i mi ai. ;
HERE FOR FEW HOURS
Panama Pacific exposition commission,
was a visitor in Portland a-few hours
today eh route home from San Francis
I co. With the governor was A. W. Prehn.
nr. a, j. rrovost and d. e. Bowe. off 1
Iclals of th commission, Th party has
i been to San Francisco for .th 'nurnoaa
of seleoUng a aita.or th Wlsoonsln
building. , They wr given a sightsee
ing trip through th city before leaving
tor tne cast at so:io o'diock. , v c ' .
W- received royal treatment while
in can sTanoiaco at the hands of th x
i position officials and othera and had
th good fortune to select what w con-
aider tn best sit on. the grounds for
of Leavenworth and numerous others.
SON TRIPS OVER GUN:
CHARGE KILLS FATHER
Belllngham, Wash Oat. 10. Ross
Howard, yardmaater of th Canadian
Paolfia railway at Vancouver, B. C was
killed on Sumas prairie yesterday when
his son, Albert, stumbled over., a shot-1 tlonal factor was also pointed out,
sun which wm iyius on nm uttnn, ( m
stream where a party of husters weie
fishing. Howard's head was blown off
by the fore . of th charge. . ..
; Boy Reported Jltaslnf, ;
Th ltyear-old son. of Mrs.' VS. M.
Dill at 606 Jefferson street is reported
missing ot the police. Th boy left
horn Saturday morning to go swim
ming at th T. M. & A. He is four
feet and. six Inches tall, .. brown hair,
blue eyes, and wore a gray Norfolk
suit with brown cap, - - . .
ed resolutions urging the school board
to reconsider the recent action barrl na
me wot rrora tn schools. ; - I
Among th reason assigned whv thai
tsiDie snouia D retained is that it la
not a sectarian book and the. readlns
aaa ..... w .
or it witnout comment la not secta
rian instruction - Th action of other
states in demanding that th Bible be
read' was pointed out.
The value of the Bible as an educa-l
being claimed that th Influence is fori
the better and in no , way could its
reading wlthont comment b obieo-
tlonable. Th resolutions wer signed
by Rev. Frank D. Fraxer, Edward Mo-1
Burney and . Elizabeth Knight la be-1
halt of .the congregation.::, ' .:
u ' ' '
is only one of
the rainy com
f crt t v upon
which you may
depend, at th
Cents and Up.
I.IARGARET ANGLIN ( ' '
In I httkeipeare Oomedioe
iluuuuy Mat, Oetobar 20-v,"' ' "
' -TWELFTH NIGHTg V
To tartar Night and tdneid Twttlnae
t "AS YOU LIKE. JTV
-.' Wedaesday Sight, Oft, 23-
"The Tamintr of ; the Shrew"
Ixrwer floor, f irat 10 tow; $2; last 13 rows,
$1.60. Bilconr, $1, ' 70c. Me. - Wdneaday
matlneet Lower floor, 10 rows $1.00, 13
tow $1. Baloony, rows, T5e, 10 rows COo.
-w .' I--, Seats .Mow Selling. .... .,
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mAia u, A-ese.
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Home of thC Eipolar Baker Players. Tonlht
BargaU Klfht, all mti 26c. AU this week :
: Geo. M. -Cohan's -
' - "OCT-aiOH.inoH: wAixnroroBLD"
Pounded 00 th t moons Cheater storlM. Make
roa smile lost to tblnl abont It.. Kvning S&e,
bo, eoe, Yso. : .Mat Bat SUc, G Mat Wed.,
all seats, ' Use, ...,,.- ' .?.; .
WATCH FOB IBM K0TO BXAB
WIST pAm AMO ALU!". I
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1 AXX THIS wZSX -.-:
8uec nt th Best
k.".-: MB. TIBSS
nss of ras vvxBxvmzBr
Skew rna ssaolntely at la. tM P. K -
4:80 p. a., p. Sk, f: BU, $v Bk t
PRICES-BalcMy 10 low float, SO. BoS
anta, BOe, raaarral by phone. kUr, 989, A
2087. .Coining Snnday, Oct. ,
nr thx sisKors cauluoi . ' .
Sa Broadway and Aid Streets
. - irneatiaiM vauaenue . ,
- TEX & oy .THX MXUI '
' With rranots Toons. Ca. '
r.. DAMCDT9 GIIit--14
, 6EVEM BIO ACTS "-'
- ni&xs SHOWS DAXLT i i
Boras end ttrt row baleooy NServad, '.
Uphone . A ma asd Ualm 434. s "
WTXX OCT. : So Xeonard and Onilow Si .
"THE LITTLE WIDOW,'
rrtowi Xlghta, U aal S8 SCatiaees, . aay
i sea iao
lztk aoa Vaahteatea
Opes ll.ii H-toU f, H.
' Antomatlo Elerator Kills,.
Los Angeles. Oct SO. Mrs.. James
Hunter, aged 77, a wealthy widow from
Iowa, waa caught in an automatic eleva
tor on her return from church yester-I
aay, ana instantly silled.
Columbia Theatre .
Oanaletins of th ebotce f all film dlttrlb-
nted lit tb . General - mm eompanr. Alwtr .
the ht sod oaly the beat produetton sbowo. .
t io-ASxuaiovio .,
. No tele
any one v
i 1 I, r I,,.
The Big Event of the Season Tuesday's Sale of
Watson's Trial Begins.
'Augusta, X Oa., 1 Oct"- 20. '-Thomas EL
Watson, one presidential candidate
on the People's party ticket' went to
trial in tb federal court here today.
cnargea witn malting 0Dscn matter.
He published what re asserted were
questions asked by priests in th con
At Rose City r&rk School. "
The ParnbTsaohr cirol of th Rose
City Park school wil hold Us first
regular monthly masting tomorrow af
ternoon at $ o'elook la th sohool audi
torium. - Mrs. F, 8. Myers, president of
tn rortiaaa union, and Mia JSlisabeth
Reed will speak on school matters.
''.-Vf 1 ' 'A:'m-
State Employes Wed. ,
Salem. Or- ( Oct. 20 John. Ranaran.
deputy warden at th stat prison, and
Miss Pearl Baker, until recently an at
tendant at. the sUte mental hosoltaL
were married Saturday afternoon Rev,
P. S. jjpKnlglrjj performed i the cere
mony, , .
Express Companies Gala Time. ;(
San- Franciooo. ,Oot. SO. Tha mL
railroad commission issued today a fur.
ther order extending the ffectlv date
of its decision reduolns "Walla tT rtf
Expra rate from Novrot)er I to No-,
' ' "' ' 'M 11. '"" ''
Uvea Year Wita Broken Neck.
Babylon.' L. 1.. OrL ?ntni.
Weeks, who , dived Into shallow ,t ...
whU bathing a year ago and brok hla
nock, died today of 'hi Injury,;
Tsbls Resemtions for New Year's Ere Msy Be Made Now "
: ; ANNOUNCEMENT ,'7,
EXTRAORDINARY; '.. r; ,
'''iifS' i"- V " ' '" 11 1 11 ' "r 1
r , Monday, October 20, Entire Change and Style of , ,
. . Program In f s c '
: THE ARCADIAN GARDEN
'. , I The Greatest Attractions Ever Presented fa any "
w i Cafe in America -! '
' REFINED "AND SENSATIONAL -.
' . Amstonandracco : ;
International Dances, featuring Staircase Waltx, The fanjo
; , and Whirlwind, Texts Tommy. ., . , w ,
.';., j 1 ; - , ; Also tT? P' w -, v,
1 - DeHalde and Edwards .
Sensational Dances, presenting TUB KISS WALTZ and''"
' . LAURA JANIS, Lyric Soprano" '
' s' SIGNORE BRANO, Tenor
THE FOUR MASQUERIA SISTERS
THE HOTEL MULTNOMAH ORCHESTRA, under the
' ' direction of -Herman S. -Heller . ' I
Entire Program During the Merchants' 30c Lunch, 11 JO '
vmu . bjiu aiudcc 1011 mici 111 AUCStrV ' '
H. C BOWERS. Manager 'n
. LOUIS P. REYNOLDS, Assistant- Manager; . '
Regular Selling ; Prices $5 $750,
$8.50 $9.00, glO, $12e50 and $15
HATS" macle of Velvet, Velour. and Plush,' for the
btreet, Dregs or Motor Wear.
1 '. t
SOO Hats to Choose From
NEW HATS trimmed in ostrich; flowers, ribbons and fancy feathers
v7r:":V'X:rri'..r,i -ht y; t y
l0!""',0: ,and.'s.Ize- Evefy r in fsti ffno ii
waiucu lucd. is rcnrescnirn m in s nr ,. wa want lmu t mA s v s v i i v.vi v
expecting the Biest Millinery Bargain you ever bought, and - A
we will see that you -will jfet it. , No hat reserved. . Your choice O I ))
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1 nsT!! sijisiiiMsIi'm' ' ;
: iPcrtland's Famcus JioteX
, Nctedfcr, the Exoellcnoc?
mlts CmsiB&Eurcpcari plan
1 - iiiK HOUSE OF WELCOME,
. . PARK AND AfeDER STS., V I;
PORTLAND, OH --
In the theatre and shopping district, one block
' from-sny carllnc. . Rates, $1.00 per cay.and up:
rf vith bath, Sl.50 per day and up.
J- TAKE OUR BROWN AUTO-.'IIU3
C W. Cornelius, Prop.t . E. FUtcher, lUr