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THE' OREGON' DAILY ' JOURNAL, PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING,.' OCTOBER" , 24, 1913.
:) ' AMUSEMENTS? ,'
HEf LIG Klerentli d4 Morrison. 'SonuJMnn.
.tiring, contralto, ' .
8AK. titBroad war and fo!rlon. "Get-Rion
i r,iii..i nr.iiinrn.ii ii .. a.OA. .
4 X.YKIOt'ourtli.eno. Stark. Keating Flood
Musical comedy Company, 7:80 tnu v r. m
f ANTAGES Broadway and JJder. ; VaadeT.Ue.
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1 fEOtLE'B THEATRH Weat Park aod Aldet
; at. . Jdlunle Madders glaka moUoa picture,
... .Weather Condition. -
Portland and . TlclnltyHaln ftila afternoon
and tonight: Saturday probably tall -rarleble
winaa, moiuy wee cur ly. i - - -.
DresoKKaln af tonlffhh Saturday" (air;
rain east portion tonight or Saturday; . Tarlable
Washington Rain tonight and Saturday
annt.. ,i,i4irht Mitt nnrflnn: warlabl - wind. 1
Idaho Fair tooth,, rain north jxwtlon tonight
ana baturaiy. . - auwaau a. m."i. ,
. ... .,,. '.fc.VS'v-'"1'-' Dtatrlct Poreeaetwr,
S Barker's jletei AppwtfeeOAThe Res
tate of William C. Barker has. been ap
pralae4 at 374,866.8. v BarTter wa do-
ciarea a apenamrm rfcwu uu vou"""
of his ulster, Alice Jt. Barker, after
had squandered about , $76,000 of nts
patrimony. His estate) la composed of
1250 shares of stock la the estate of his
father, C. C. Barker, valued at 1126,000;
a one-third Interest In as many more In
herited from nls mother and valued at
141,668.16, St. Johns waterfront proper
ty, valued at $100,000, and other proper
ty. Sera B, Stewart la guardian of his
estate, L'iA.v '. ' .
' To TskeChargi of Booths, Whei
the Judges " and, clerks of election - on
November t complete the count of , the
ballot and the, election Is ended inso
far as the polling places are concerned,
the city of Portland will assume con
trol of the election supplies and polling
places and become responsible for their
safety until after the city; election on
December 9. City Auditor Bar bur yester
day requested , the county commission
ers to leave things as they are at the
close of the election and the request was
t granted. . y. -- ' -U
' Companies : Incorporate. Capl tallied
j at $600,000 the Bankers' Mortgage com
I pany. yesterday filed articles of Incor
1 poratlon with County Clerk Coffey. The
1 Incorporators were William 6 hands, E.
! C, Mears and M. Gallagher. Articles
(of Broat, Evans &. Martin, a general
insurance agency, were also filed. The
firm has a capitalisation of 6S00O and
! the Incorporators are Paul It groat,
I Joseph O. Evans Jr nd Edgar L. Mar-
tin. . ..
Bpsolal PoUoe on Brldges-Three men
; on each of the four bridges under coun
; ty control were recommended for police
j stars by Superintendent Murnane of
i the county bridges. Breaking of the
electric lights on the Broadway bridge
. by boys led to the request by the coun
' ty commissioners for the 'delegation of
police power to bridge tenders. One
special policeman will be on duty on
each shift on the bridges. . .
oonnty Wants to Keep Control The
agreement submitted by the city that
the men In charge of the Llnnton rock
pile should be appointed by the chief
of . police and be under his control, was
sent back yesterday by the county .com
missioner unsigned. The county com
missioners said they intended to abide
by the agreement made when the quarry
was taken over by the county and main
tain control of the place. , , , .
lCasamas to Take Trip. For . their
Sunday trip, ' the Masamas will leave
en the O.-W. R. & N, train at 7i50 a. m.
and travel up the Columbia as far as
Rooster Rock. From there they will
Climb the hill to Chanticleer, thence east
erly ''sJong the edge of the bluff to
Trior's Point, and thence to-Latourelle
and Bridal Veil Falls.The return to
Portland will be by train arriving at
6:30 p. in., Sunday. '
Kjrman Tapper Is Sought Desiring to
get In touch with Hyman Tepper, for
merly of 60S Front street, Mrsg Mar
garet Thoroman, social service secretary
of , the Associated Charities, has Issued
a statement asking that persons having
any knowledge' of Tepper communicate
with the Associated Charities. Tepper
is wanted regarding a matter of serious
Interest to his family.
4 Estate Goes to Daughter. Request
leg a Masonic funeral, and leaving all
hie estate except 15 to his daughter, the
will of Alfred H. Wilson was probated
yesterday. Mr. Wilson died at Long
Beach, Wash., August 12. leaving an
estate valued at 62600, He left 15 to
a son,. Chester Wilson, and the residue
to Frances Alma Wilson.'. , H
t At the sTew Orand Theatre 105 Sixth,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, "A Fight
for Millions, or the .Adventures of a
Gentleman Burglar," featuring Barney
Oilmore andfe an all ' star cast Also
good comedy. 10c show for 6c. (Adv.)
; Damage Case BattlecL-i-Llna Ophelin.
mother and administrator of the estate'
' 'Green Trading Stamps With AH Cari Purchateg
WH; MARIQiLt a ct
Leading East Side Department Store ; '
; ' EAST MORRISON AND UNION AVENUE ' j
A styles, low
' I 111'' '-17 ir ys rr I I
F '..- j.- t I llmiy stf AT AYT f Mi
of Alice Ophelm, a, BtUe. girl Who Was
kitied- August it when struck by a stone
while at play In her yard.; was allowed
by Clrcu It Judge Cleeton, to accept
62600 as s settlement with the- Kennedy
Construction'-i company, by whom the
blast that threw the rock, was set off.
The aocldent occurred near Llnnton. ,
Tons of Australian Beef ' are being
sold in Portland this vry mlnutel Take
need before you buy. r Come to Frank
L, Smith's Market, where you get none
but good, fresh, old Oregon beef. Bead
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Pork roasts, liH-17Ho. Chops. IT Mi -20c
Loin and rib chops and leas of lamb, 16c
Choice sirloin steak and round steak, 20a
Fancy bacon, 20o, 22 Ho and 25c '
Oregon butter, S5-S7 He '.Eggs. 60c.
Lard in 6s, 0c; in 6s, 66o; In 10b. 61.25.
Pig's liver, 5a ) Ribs beef, 15-18C
Boil beef, 10-llc. Halibut, Ido. -. ,f
Hhoiilder lamb, 10c. Lamb's liver, 10c.
Pot roasts, 12H-15c Chinook salmon, lOo
These prices prevail ; at Smith's ; Main
Market. 229 Alder street, between First
and Second; .streets,' (Adv.)
Nulty, a longshoreman, used too much
catsup In his soup last evening while
eating . in a . restaurant tit 126 North
Sixth street, The proprietor .of the
restaurant wanted - extra pay , for-" the
extra- amount of catsup used. A. fight
followed which brought both men Into
the municipal court this, morning, Judge
Stevenson dismissed the charge of dis
orderly conduct against McNulty. .
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' Te Talk on WUd Blrds-Wllliam il
Flnley, state fish and game warden, will
be. the principal speaker at a regular
meeting of the Oregon Audubon society
to be held at the new publlo library at $
o'clock tomorrow night Mr. Flnley will
give an Illustrated talk on 'Wild Birds."
The publlo ' Is invited to etteng the
meeting. . i y 'rf
A ' aose City - Tark - dlnn'-A .js Rose
City Park clubhouse at 8 p. nt.' Monday,
October 87, the Oregon Cltlsens Educa
tional league will conduct a meeting to
arouse s suppori for the University of
Oregon appropriations, , with the Uni
versity of Oregon quartet contributing
a musical program. ' '
Services at Synagogue. Services will
be held this evening at the Sixth street
Svnaooarua at 1:20 o'clock.- Dr. James
Bloch will lecture on "The First Book.'
Tomorrow morning services will begin
at v o'clock. Sunday school commences
on Sunday, October 26, at 10 a. m. All
children of school age1 are welcome. '
Woodbury Ieotures begin at the Uni
tarian chapel tonights He speaks of
Louisa and May Alc'ott Bunson Aloott
the father, Henry D. Thoreau and Ralph
Waldo Emerson. He was a personal
friend of them all. No tickets at the
door. . CAdv.)
Cartoalan Bros.' Oriental Bog Bale.
We're selling, choice rugs cheaper than
any other place la town. If you're not
satisfied after purchasing, your money
back. That's the way we do business.
We have confidence In our ruea and
prioes. 476. Washington. (Adv.) ?
rirst of Free lectures.' Thursday
evening,. October 60. the first f the
free lectires by University of Oregon
professors to be given-at the Alblna
branch library will be delivered by Pro
fessor Reddle, who will give a reading
from Dickens. . ; .-. -,-. , f , . sr ?, u
Bstate of B. . Whltney-The wiU
of Benjamin R. Whitney, who died re
cently, ordered that his body be cre
mated. ' He left an estate valued at
6143.78, to his sister, Sarah H. 'Whit
ney1 of Old Town, Maine. Christian
Spies wm naraed executor. . ; ,4 4, ;:
Beading . From Bostanft. A reading
from . Rostand win ne given at East
Portland, branch library Wednesday
evening, October 29. by Professor Red
dle of the University of Oregon. The
lecture Is free.
. Hew Classification. In the Sunday
Journal you will find some exceptional
chances to save money furnishing' your
home; look under "Household Goods"- in
the classified section. Tou can turn a
look Into money. (Adv.)
Stabs With Pocket Xnlfe. In a fight
this morning Casbar Yaaljlan stabbed
William Bradle with a pocket knife.
Yaiijlan was arrested and held upon
a charge of assault with a' deadly
weapon. , , ' '
.Banter Keels 38o Ironclad oak soles
and heels, boys' shoes, 75 cents. This
week only. Shoemakers, Inc., Morrison
and West Park. ;. (Adv.)
taA.m Xaairl Yftvfcfnai fn r.M,i
Washougal and way landings, dally ex
cent Sundav. Leaves Waahina-ton
Street dock at 2 p. m. (Adv.)
Br. B. P. Shepherd, osteopath, moved
to 08- Morgan, Bldg. M. 6666, A
1966. - . (Adv.) .
W1U otnre on ' India. J. -. Carl
Ghormley, who has Just returned from
Saturday mornino; -we will put on sale one
lot of "50 Coat3, $22.50 and $25.00 values
all thiseason's styles and fabrics, The
modish cutaway and square front styles, in
all sizes, 16, to 44. Included, in this dis
play are the "most fashionable materials
Saturday and Monday only at above price.
Orchid Union Suits
weight cotton, shown In all
or high neck, long or short
nnW1r TrMicrri. SI : 1
, vJne - Jfiece
. . . a
&tjSr..'jpnly Ladies' one-piece Wool and
Corduroy; Dresses, low neck and either
j5npr!i; or ? long sieeves, some with plain
skirts and - other draped--Colors brown,'
navy ;and gray ', "r' ,
mission work in India, will give a stere
optloon lecture at the'Montavllla Chrls
tlon church, Knst Seventy-sixth and
Hoyt streets, this evening, at 8 o'clock.
The general publlo Is, lnylted. ,
Try our Bee Bltnded '! Coffeev A tre-
mlum ticket ' with eacn pound. '.- Haines
; The "Hatouse of m ?: 1000 Olfts China
cards, novelties. Mrs. Lincoln's Art Deo,
406 'Morrison st'(Artr.N;4-;fY'w;'-
lorgan building7Mafi 709, lTOitCAoVTBilnker. is building' it store 6 2 at
V -- K- N .;.;'-..-;-.-.,-.;.; ;-'.'.--
, Dr. K. C. OTlxott, dentist moved to
B56 Morgan bldg. M. 8266. A-175L (Adv)
Sheehy Bros-Paln ting and papering,
129 12th; ' Main 8078.. A-2410. (Adv.)
A Chas. toeding, M. D, 761-2 Morgan
building.,. Maln.226.-Vt;;;i;-i! ,;i (Adv.)
f Dr.' B. O. Brown, Bye, '"Ear, . Mohawk
building., v. , - , v , ,". iMr.),
Dr. W.K.Boyd, MoCIeay bldg. (Adv.)
IDj 3B.'k, Soottoo Morgan bldg. Adv.
OREGON EXHIBIT-fN '
wt- NEW-YORK FAVORED
That hy' proper arrangement of ex
hibits,. "60,000,000 a year" might - learn
about Oregon, was asserted Vby R. H,
Brown, " vice president of the Peninsula
Industrial company, in an address be
fore .the 'Progressive Business Men's
club at luncheon In the Multnomah hotel
yesterday, -v . - ,', - v.... .- - . - -:
- Club members were so taken with Mr.
Brown's proposal that Oregon should
have a fine exhibit. In New York this
winter In connection with the great
exhibit planned. by Colorado that Presi
dent S. C. Rasmussen was authorised
to appoint a committee - to formulate
definite plans in connection with other
clubs. - ' - i '
SECURITY. NOT WORTH
;HALF MOUNT Of1 LOAN
For trying to secure a loan of money
on inadequate security, L. O. Roblnwlta
was arrested laat evening by Detective,
Maloney and , Patrolman . Hunter. The
Case is to be heard In the municipal
court Saturday morning. ' Information
secured by the detective Is that Robin
wits advertised In the. newspapers for a
loan of 176. In responne to answers,
he represented security in the shape of
diamonds, worth twice the amount. of
the loan. It developed the diamonds
were not worth half the loan. The man
also agreed to. pay 825 for the loan for
a period of 21 days...,.. ,
'Dr. Smith 3olng Abroad.
' WAlnrtou Bureau of Ti Journal.
WashlnKton.' Oct 24. Dr. . Frank E.
Smith, formerly in charge of tho Oregon
Institution for feeble minded, is heie
with his wife and three children. He
will sail from New York November 1 to
take a post graduate medical course at
Berlin and Vienna; ,
: Men's Rflinftnats
Menl Buy. your raincoat of ' Jimmy
UUU. X.IQ ..WA.b TT 1111.1, f.,. iur IMS
big overhead expenses Is eliminated by
Jimmy.' 8e his "8peclal" at $ 10. Ore-
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Phone Pacific Marshall
1, Home A-6281
All Specialft'Plainly Price
; ' Marketl at Market
A BeanuTuI Monnted Rctnre
p T vlth every dollar
f fv MZt C' ' pnrohaoe of Wines
Choice California -;;
Sweet Wines, ll
, Beg. 91J gallon
NOW $1 GALLON
D. GERM ANUS
P1l&'WlnnM T.tnnAV WTkm .
(38 Morrison, Bet., 1st and gad,
CHWAU PilinTlflG CO
OBEN F.GrlECNE. PRESIDENT
4.5 k STARK STREET
NEAR CHEHALIS; WASH.
Chlali. Wash. Oct. 84 Th Hill
Logging company; which has big log
ging camp-on lfpp ; creek, ; nine miles
west of Chehalls.'hae begun building a
sawblll , to eave the poorer1 grade of
logs. A shingle mill that will cut 150,.
000, dally is also being built near the
mjll site. Charles -,W. ; Wakefield Of
Dryad Is In eJMursv''D;' : '..'V.'.
me zorks or Bunker oreeK and the toe
nails valley roads, though this Is two
miles from the railroad .station. The
two mills will make quite an-addition
to the payroll, which will help Chehalls,
as most of the trade comes this way.
STREET SPEAKER MUST ,
: GO TOTHE ROCKPILE
Rudolph Schwab, street speaker f6r
the Socialist Labor party, was rearrested
last, evening upon a bench warrant He
must serve 40 days on the rockplle upon
conviction of a charge, July so, for us
ing profane ; and - abusive - language,
Schwab took an appeal but failed to per.
feet It thereby throwing the case back
Into the municipal court for sentence.
The sentence begins today. v
i Say He Has Prison Record.
At least two times William, alias
"Spot" Smith, held as the Intruder who
attempted to assault girls In the Fraser
Home on-the morning of September 16,
has served terms In the penitentiary,
according , to Deputy Juvenile Offioer
Jef f erlea. .. .''.
Once he is said to have been. sent to
the penitentiary from Clackamas coun
ty charged with assault with a danger
ous weapon and the other time from
Multnomah county charged with larceny
from a dwelling. The last he is said to,
have served two years. He has been
formally charged with contributing to
the delinquency of one of the girls, at
the- detention home. .
Streetcar Kills Carpenter. '
' Aberdeen, Wash., ' Oct 24 Charles
Johnson,' age 61. one of the city's best
known carpenter contractors, died - this
morning from injuries received - last
night when he was struok by a street
car. Both his legs were out off. .
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' Case Is Dismissed.
Unable to determine which side in a
family row told the truth District Judge
GEORGE E. JEFFERY, Director
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26tk
6 Until 8:30 P. M. -
1. March, "Our Favorite Regiment" D. Ertl
2. Valse, 'jAsklepios". pranz Lehar
(b) An Album Leaf ...Wagrner
4. Selection, "Tannhauser" Wagner
6. " Overture, "EgmOnt'' :. . . . . . . . . iJ. .... . Beethoven
7. Loreley (Paraphrase) .....Jos. Nesvadba
8. Potpourri, "Die Meistersinger voij Berlin". .. .Lincke
' (Collection of Paul Lincke's Popular Songs)
9. Selection, "The Gypsy
I Would That My Love" , Mendelssohn
"Songs of the Fatherland" .Andauer
The Ratcharmer's Song A. Neuendorf f
(From the Ratcharmer of Hamelin)
The Hazel wood Confectionery
Washington Street it Tenth
Entrance at Alder, Too
Orchestra Music "Week Days; Afternoons, 3 to 5
Dinner, 6 to 8. Evenings, 9:30 to 11:30
SPECIAL CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY. 6 to 8:30
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Our Afternoon Teas Are
Unique and Entertaining
The gratifying patronage
is emphatic proof that this
land have long been seeking.
When you. have an hour
when you seek refreshment
have a friend whom you
and enjoy the dainty dishes
WEBBER'S JUVENILE ENTERTAIN
ERS will Amuse youwith songs
AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC EVERY .
AFTERNOON FROM 3 TO 5.
Bell yesterday dismissed cases brought
by eaoh ' without awarding costs to
either. John Hergenreder had sued his
brother, Henry; for 2243, and Anna Her.
genredar, Henry's wife, had, sued John
and Christian ' Hergenreder for 694 to
which they submitted a oross-compjalnt
aeklng for 6106.66. . t, i ' ; :
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b,U.Z VSrlsW LiJeX
; If you have one of these
new Winter Derbies, you
V- are still shy a point if you ; ?
lade Hhe new soft hat
li you have the. soft hat,7
then the clerby is still a
, We feature every style"
' and shape to fit your fea
tures. Stetsons $4 to $18.
Everything that's new in
Hats is here.
311 Morrison, Opp. Postoffice
' Night '
accorded our afternoon teas
is a service women of Port
left over from shoppine;
after a matinee when you
wish to entertain drop in
we make a specialty of for
Link Your-Interests to This Chain of Credit Stores.
Excellent Values - Offered , in
'- ' ' X 2v' I ' S4
'Made of a very fine quality
blue or black serge, lined with
- very serviceable satin. The
coii is 38 inches long, three
button, slight cutaway. The
skirt Is plain but for, a button
trimmed effect at the bottom.
This suit is stylish, service
able and well made an unusual
value at $18.50.. ,
AH Wool Botany
This dress is possessed of re
markable merit, making a very
desirable garment for street or
service wear. Long sleeves,
shepherd check, yoke trimmed,
with" green velvet loops and,
atln buttons.: ,'
Very Special $11.75
$1.00 a Wedc
or $5 a Month
The desire to, have nicej stylish clothes is often;
greater than the ability to pay cash, You as an indi
vidual are as much entitled to buy on Credit as the
large concerns as a business. By paying a little each
week or month, the monev is never missed. '
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OPEN 'UNTIL 10
Between Washington and Alder '
Te are neir ".located" between' Fourla
and Fifth on Washington - street
and are prepared t - gi ve you first
class -work at ffiasonabl trteea
Rubber Flatae ....... tf 5. OO and up
Gold Crowns ....... .:.. and up
Bridge Work ..ge.t.r,0 and up
porcelain Crowns.. . 4.;3. flO and up
Silver Fllllnss ....... ..50e and up
Cold Fillings ....... -Pt.OO and
SB. u. r. sxvraud. wnv
or $5.00 a Month
for $ 1 a Week
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" Shown in gray and brown ma--terials
with blanket patterns shown
on the reverse side. Convertible, !
or shawl collars, welt seams, split
sleeve teams, double or single-
KracfrH "finttnn flirAftmli. fr,a -
oeitea or piain oacKs. ii you ae
sire a coat with lots of snap. and'
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gee one(of these. Prices
$22.50 to $30.00
Other Goocj Values from
' $15.00 Up .
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lOUipS PUIIS (!)
Sizes 15 to 20 at $9.75 an t'
$13.75 t Y!
A new assortment of long trouser : J
suits for the youngster just enter-- .e-a
ing them. In regular styles or 1 I 1
Norfolks, brown 'checks amd stripes ". P
are shown, offering extremely g m
good values at I I
$9.75.and $13.75 (;)
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