THE MORNING OBEGONIAN, THURSDATS DECEMBEB 19, 1901. TTTT? Att CAMtwn Auuuj- - T)n.tnM(l I ji.u auuuiiin Y"l...v. irui uuuu ter. George P. Lent; senior warden, W. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF . people, and those of many other cities, GOES INSANE IN CHICAGO &" Wilkinson; junior warden, A. A. Bai- have often been Imposed upon by people ley; treasurer. L. 8. Normandin; secre- The OresrenlaB'a TelepkextcB. Counting Room Manajclnc Editor OREGON. Main G07 asking for charity who were in no way deserving of, or entitled to it. Oregonian has been called is that of an The latest case to which the attention of The FRANCES ROSS, ONCE OF PORTLAND, tary. W. W. Minor; tyler, John Sherbeck. The officers will be Installed oa the even- ing of December 27. FINE PIANOS AND HOLIDAY C'tv Editor Composing Room Kast Side Office Superintendent Building Main 030 Main 160 Main CS5 East ul Red 2S23 old soldier who receives $24 a month pen- sion from the United States Government, and still begs in the city and neighboring WHO WANTED TO BE A NUN. ly Police She Extra LIFE NETFOR FIREMEN. ORGANS NOVELTIES COLUMBIA. towns and represents himself as an old soldier who was Injured in the Army and When Takes la Charge roaer Goes for Ncrr Ch-tcbIcb- Counting Room 6C7 is therefore unable to work and support Had 52000 Her Pant History for Department. Editorial Rooms Compoalnr Room Enrlne Room ICO 714 890 himself. The man really served In the Army during the Civil War, and later In ' Is a Mystery. Chief Campbell, of the Fire Depart- ment, stated yesterday that an order has Store Open Every in Men's and the regulars as an officer's striker, and been given for a new life net, similar to MARQUAM GRAND THEATER Aransemcnts. Grau Opera. was discharged on account of lung trouble, and given a pension of $24 a The strange story of a Miss Frances Boss, who came to Portland four months , the one he recently saw In San Fran- cisco, to cost $100. The money. for this Evening Boys' Clothing Co. In Sousa's "El Capltan." month. This sum is ample to support ago and left for Chicago November 22 to net has all been earned by the firemen CORDRAY'S THEATER-Rlch-ard . "Old Jed Prouty." Golden In him, considering that he has no family and batches in the suburbs. People who enter a convent In that city, came over I the wire last night. It was to the ef-- who have pumped Bull Run water Into Army transports. This fund is In charge Until Haberdashery THE BAKER THEATER-Wllbur-Klr- wln respond to his appeals for charity are of the City Treasurer, and, as it grows in 'Chimes of Normandy." Co. misled. feet that she had become Insane and wn. n tVio Tvisencelnri rt S2T10O- Her COn- - . - J from time to time as the firemen do out side work, such as pumping. Bull Run and Hats dltlon was such that she had been placed j THE OREGOXIAX'S HANDBOOK. Home for Defective Youth Discussed. The regular monthly meeting of the in charge of the police of Chicago. In an ) witer into ships, freshpurchased of paint, equipment, etc., are supplies for the Christmas Everything shown by us Is fit for repro- Board of Trustees of the Boys' and Girls' effort to discover her identity, a message , duction in a fashion-plat- e. The Orcgonlan's Handbook tells all about Aid Society was neld at 3 o'clock In the of Inquiry was sent to Portland, with department. The superior style of our clothing Is too Portland, the entire Columbia River watershed and the 1003 "World's Fair, commemorative of chambers of Judge Gilbert, when there were present Judge W. B. Gilbert, Judge Instructions to interview Rev. Father Charles J. O'Reilly, of the Church of A new keyless door has been erected In the box at First 'and Morrison fire-alar- Eve generally admitted to require extended ar- streets, "making five In all of this kind guments. The Steinbach characteristic the Lewis and Clark expedition to Oregon. The C. B. Bellinger, A. H. Breyman, F. E. the Immaculate Heart of Mary, of Upper book contains over 150 handBome Illustrations, Beach. L, L. Hawkins, Dr. T. L. Eliot, Alblna, through whose ss of alarm boxes now in use throughout of "superior" quality Is, as usual, the and disinterestedness she secured the the city. To operate such a box, the distinguishing feature of our latest pro- and It Is printed on enameled book paper. It "Rill be mailed to any address In the United States or Canada for 7 cents a copy. Mrs. W. A Buchanan. Mrs. C. R. Temple-to- n and Superintendent Gardner. Routine business was transacted and the report of the superintendent and also of the a.ylum in Chicago. Father O'Reilly was Interviewed last night. With much reluctance he gave person wishing to send in an alarm of fire turns the handle around as far as it will go, when a bell rings. He then Eilers Piano ductions, and when we say "superior qual- ity" that Includes the style, the materials, the making and the fit. ladles advisory board was read by Its an account of all ho knew about the pulls open the door and pulls down a Sufpeh Sehved xt Y. W. C. A. The woman, and it should also be said In hook, when the alarm of fire Is regis- Young Women's Christian Association Is now serving supper, and will continue to do so till Christmas, for the accommoda- secretary. Mrs. C. R. Templeton, after which a discussion of considerable length was carried on respecting a suitable place to care for defective children. It was this connection that he only interested himself in her for the reason that she appeared entirely alone and friendless. tered. Such a device obviates the neces sity for chasing around in the dirkness for a key for the firebox on the occasion House OPEN EVENINGS. tion of the young women who are em- considered as the sense of the meeting "I first met the vroman about four of a night alarm of fire. It is hoped to ployed in the stores. These are com- that steps must be taken at once to months ago." he said. "She came to the j erect similar keyless doors In other sec ITEMS OF INTEREST TO CHRISTMAS GIFT GIVERS pelled to be in their places behind the devise some mans of caring for these office of the Catholic Sentinel and said tions oi me city in wie ncur iuiuic. 351 Washington Street counter in the evening, at this season, as deserving little ones. she wanted to enter a convent and be- Firebox No. 76 has newly been estab- Smoking Jackets, Dressing Gowns, Handkerchiefs, well as In the day time. The holidays are Pay Up Your License. The license come a nun. I explained to her the con- lished at Jones' lumber mill, on the Mac- Neckwear, Shirts, Suspenders, Gloves, Mufflers, Hats, a trying time for them, but they bear ditions, and expressed doubt about there adam road, and when an Alarm of fire Trunks, Valises, Dressing Cases, Canes and Umbrellas. It with patience and good nature, and are committee of the Common Council has being such a place as she would want to comes from this box, engine 5 will re- thankful to have a comfortable meal directed License Officer McEachern to enter. She would have to give a full spond. The box Is greatly appreciated Berved to them in the association lunch- begin today having all persons who are by residents in the section. delinquent in their licenses arrested. history of herself. She said that her room, as they have not time, as a rule, to go home for supper. The ing which the meal is served, hours from are dur- These delinquents number some 250, prin- cipally professional men, doctors and law- name was Frances Ross, and that she came irom New York, ueyona mat ene gavo no information whatever as to her GIVE UP UNION CHARTER. The White is King 5 to 7:15 P. AL yers. Some are more than one quarter past history. She did remark that she OF ALL About 50 availed them- in arrears. They will now have an op- selves of Ihe privilege on Monday, and portunity to get squared up by the end had suffered some great disappointment. And Oregoa City Car Men Will Have 42 on Tuesday night. All records have been broken this week as to the number of the year, and ready to take out their licenses for the' first quarter of the new I did not ask the woman what it was, and she did not Inform me. In reply to Organization of Tbelr Otvn. Sewing Machines that took midday luncheon there, 240 year. Under the blanket license ordin- my inquiry as to what means she had, Again all is peace between the Portland diners being present on Tuesday. No ance some 2500 persons are required to she replied that she was well supplied City & Oregon Railway Company and its doubt the Increase is due in large meas- ure to the Christmas shoppers, who find pay license, so it appears that 10 per cent arc delinquent. Several who were de- with money. She attended church for a time, but did not generally mingle with car operatives. The workmen have their charter as trade-unionist- s, ed XMAS PRESENT Largest Githlcrs la the Narlb west. FOURTH AtO KOXRISOrt Crn:r entrance.) it a central and comfortable place to en- others. As there was no convent here men whom the company regarded with joy a salad, a sandwich, and a cup of linquent were arrested some six months ago, but, on paying their licenses, the for her, I applied to an institution in NOTHING BETTER. tea. Chicago, and it was decided that she ao u.t,u ..nciv.v., ...... Death op Mns. H. E. Edelman. Mrs. H. Eldred Edelman, prominent In local proceedings were dismissed. To Dedicate Odd Fellows' Home. should go there. She left on November 22. She acted very queerly while here. Lruui'b-uiiiuiiia- ui both sides 6ay ish no 111 feeling toward the other. they are satisfied and cher- Take a look at our No. 17 English oak. Colonial legs, carved handles, nickeled f8$ At a meeting held yesterday, of the com- philanthropic and Masonic circles, died I afterward heard by letter from the Sis It Is understood that the company never steel attachments, woodwork, LMB&N d hand-rubbo- suddenly yesterday morning at the resi- mittee In charge of the Odd Fellows' ter Superior of the convent that ehe was , objected to an organization of Its em- - and a 10 years' guarantee. These are the Home, the date fixed for the dedication slck. A few days ago a telegram came i finest sewing-machin- on the market to- dence of her W. L.. son-in-la- "Whit-mor- e, was changed from January 15 to April 2G, nloves: In fact, rather encouraged such day. 735 Hoyt street. The death the latter date being the anniversary of that she was very 111. She would not tell action. But It did object. It Is said, to Call and select one. New machines for was due to paralysis and occurred al- who her relatives were, nor write to having its operatives affiliated with out- rent. Supplies for all makes of most without warning after a few hours' the Institution of Odd Fellowship. There them. The Sister Superior offered to A little friction grow s. sewing-machine- were present at the meeting. Dr. W. T. write to them for her. but she would not side trades-union- s. OPEN EVENINGS illness. Mr. "Whltmore was recalled Williamson, Judge T. F. Ryan, Richard out of the recent organization of the Oregon phone Oak ISM. Tuesday night from a business trip tell who they were. That Is all I know Portland City & Oregon men under Street-Ca- char- through Eastern Oregon and Washington, ScotU Mrs. J. K. Weatherford, and Mrs. about the woman. She was between 25 ter from the National Union of r N. T. Tomlinson. The election of super- Till Xmas, Beginning Thursday being reached at Pendleton by telegraph, lie and Mrs. Whltmore will take the intendent and matron resulted In the se- and 40 years old." No information as to the Identity of Operatives, and the affiliation of that organization with the Portland Federated THE WHITE Evening. lection of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Fliedner, the woman has been found further than SEWING MACHINE OFFICE remains to Sacramento for Interment af- of Portland, who will assume office Jan- Trades Council. But this week the work- Our Importations this year com- ter the funeral, which Is to be conducted uary 15, and the Home will be opened her syitement that she came from New men decided to abandon their organiza- SIXTH STREET. prise an assortment never before at the house at 2 o'clock this afternoon York! There Is evidently a very deep tion as and they Bent trades-unionist- s, by Rev. Dr. Edgar P. Hill, of the First January 27. The committee visited the mystery back in her life which she their charter back. They will reorganize Opp. Orcgronlaa Dnlldlnj?. approached. Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Edelman Home and accepted the contract so far as seeks to conceal She lived a very quiet aa a local club or lodge, independent of was a well-kno- member of the Masonic completed, and arrangements were made life while In Portland, and attend d the any outside union, and there to no pros- COME EARLY. order of the Eastern Star, and for 12 or for laying walks and grading. Church of the Immaculate heart of pect of Inharmony In that relation. SWETLAND'S Thursday, Friday, Saturday. 35 years past had devoted herself to Mrs. True Johnson Now in City Jail. Mary. She formed few, Jf any, acquaint- Reg. Sale. philanthropic and charitable work. Mrs. Mrs. True Johnson, colored, wanted in ances. Sho dressed wpII, nnd wps wel'-behav- ed "Will Be Crovrdca this city to answer a charge of complicity In her appearance. Shelled almonds tOX-- 50.3 Whltmore is her sole surviving child. in the $10,000 diamond robbery at the and lady-lik- e WHERE TO DINE TODAY. For several days before Christmas, and Shelled pecans 60 .0 Consul Booth-Tuck- Coming. The It seemed that up to the time she be- on that account we urge early purchases. A MERRY CHRISTMAS Salvationists are making great prepara- Portland Hotel, arrived here last night came Insane she gnve not the slightest You require good, nourishing food these We have an extra fine line of fancy Shelled walnuts SO .40 tions to receix'e their leader. Consul in chrrge of a detective from Omaha, clew to her past history, and'was as de- boxes, baskets, bon bon dishes, etc. While Italian chestnuts 23 .13 It will be for every one who gets a pair Neb., where she was arrested along with days. We have it, cooked and served just Emma Booth-Tucke- r, and her staff, on termined there as she wns when in Port- right. Portland Restaurant, 305 Washing- downtown step in and see them. Malaga raisins, 5.2 lb. of our fine shoes, or slippers, from the Sunday and Monday. December 22 and 23, W. H. Woods. Mrs. Johnson was locked land that nothing In her past life should boxes 3.00 Xmas tree. The children w ill be specially up at the City Jail, and she stated that ton. pieced by a pair of our fine dancing sliu-pe- rs at the Marquam Grand Opera-Hous- e. she had nothing to say regarding the be known. Cranberries, per gal .50 or neat and handsome shoes. Vs Every Salvation Army post in the States Eat your meals at the Elk Restaurant. Lebkuchen, Marzipan, etc. have the finest stock of holiday slippers, of Oregon a'nd Washington diamond robber'. Woods has been set is sending at liberty, as the Omaha police authori- Mrs. Mitchell, Mgr. Union help only em- and the lowest rrfces to be found any- GET A FINE PICTURE. representative officers, and the visit wl'l doubtless be the most successful that the Consul has ever conducted In Portland. ties believe he had nothing to do with the matter. The detectives havo recov- Xmas will soon be here, nnd no doubt ployed. No Chinese. Prices moderate. Take your meals at the Perkins. White OSTEOPATHY PUNCHES Arac Punch, Mllltalr Punch, Swed- where. Store Open Evenings. The band accompanying her is one of ered about $2100 worth of the stolen dia- many are trying to solve the problem as Symptoms indicate the cause of ish Punch, "Wines and Liquors, as- the very best the Army has in America, and will add materially to the attractions. monds at Omaha, Neb., and Kansas City, Kan. ' to what gifts to select. A picture of merit, whether It be an oil painting, wa- cooks. Popular prices. D. H. Brown. disease very frequently. ing the symptoms docs not cure the disease. But treat- Osteopathy removes the sortment, Angelica, Muscatel, Ma- deira, Sherry. Port, Burgundy, EX. Mrs. Booth-Tuck- er conducts three meet- Afterwards He Was Sorry. R. W. ter color, etching or steel engraving. Is UNDERWEAR PRICES GO DOWN cause. Test it for yourself. Belsling. Sauterne, Zinfandel, Ma- Sixth and Washington Sts. ings Sunday, at 11 A. M., 3 and 8 P. M. Wilson "was before Municipal Judge Cam- always appreciated. It renders the home CONSULTATION FREE. laga, Brandies, Whiskies, etc. Admission to each of these will be free eron yesterday charged with the larceny more attractive and appeals to the artis About 5W suits of underwear Dr. W. A. Rogers ol (reserved seats 10 conLs), and on Monday of a coat, on the complaint of J. T. tic side of life. Sanborn. Vail & Co.. 170 j are now on sale at the bankrupt stock ot Noodle machines, French and VI-en- no night she delivers Jier illustrated lecture, Davis. The evldenco was that Wilson First street, between Morrison and Yam- Brownsville Woolen 'Mill goods. Knit Graduate. A. T. Still (Kirtuvlllo, Mo.) coffee pots, salt boxes, GIFT HINTS (School. ontltied, "Dramatic Scenes of Love and recently arrived here from. Yakima, and, hill, have by far the finest line of merito- goods of every description, as well as etc. a gift any lady would Sorrow." when he visited a church on the East rious pictures, all kinds, and elegant tlannel. are being sold at half price. We Dr. G. Lord Gales H appreciate. Annual, Meeting Saturdat. The third Side during the progress of a service, that frames. In latest styles, at prices within (Lady Graduate. K. X. O.) Come early. can fit any man and give him satisfac- annual meeting of the Oregon Historical he took a worshiper's overcoat as the reach of every one. When you call tion. Brownsville Woolen Mill Store. Offices 032. O, 4 Society will be hold in the parlors of the l'lnt Congregational Church next Sat- he departed. The man to whom he had sold the coat was able tei give a you will see mmy other articles Just the thing for a present. Washington street, between First and MARQUAM BUILDING 148 Third Street urday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. After the good description of Wilson, and his ar- Second streets. Phone Main 27. Call for literature. t DECEMBER 19,1901. usual routine business of receiving re- rest followed. When asked what he had ports and electing officers, an address to say Wilson uttered these words: "I TO COMMITTEES, ATTENTION HAZELWOOD ICE CREAM prepared by D. W. Craig, of Salem, a am sorry it happened that way." He pioneer journalist of 1853, will be read. was sentenced to CO days In Jail. Presentation articles In diamonds, high-gra- de MfcpfjBBkJJMAj.JiL mi .JtJCy tTtM f watches and chains, Is what you want for Christmas dinner, "SWEET SIXTEEN" This is certain to be a rich treat, and it Elks' Christmas Tree. The committee gold-head- one of thoso famous Neopolltan Bricks. is hoped that a large number of the mem- having in charge the Christmas tree en- canes, presentation silverware, etc The They arc delicious. Call and see our largo the bers of the Historical Society will be tertainment and ladies' social of the Elks G. Heltkcmper Co., Jewelers and silver- assortment of individual molds. No extra Did you ever notice present. The public generally Is also lodge to be given December 2G will Issue smiths, aro ready for you. We have some charge for Brick Creams. Subdued delight that the Hazeltvood Budding woman takes in Invited to attend. The fourth regular Invitations to the members of the order extra fine articles suitable for your needs, Cream Company, SS2 Washington. Both Her first opera glasses. quarterly meeting for 1201 of the Board this evening. Each member is entitled and only the finest work done on en- 'phones 154. of Directors of the Historical Society to four Invitations. A handsome souvenir graving inscriptions, testimonials, etc Going to, coming from will be held Saturday, Immediately after programme is being arranged, which THE G. HEITKEMPER CO., contains And at the theater? the adjournment of the annual meeting on the purple cover a handsome Jewelers and Silversmiths, 2S6 Morrison One of our attractive of members. likeness of Santa Claus in his sleigh Street. HIGH-GRAD- E JEWELRY. Parisian creations in Muscovites Elect Officers. At a drawn by elks, with Mount Hood In the Pearl or enamel, with regular meeting of Kremlin Baku, Imper- distance. The letters "B. P. O. E. 142" are The best assortment of diamonds, Dainty holder to match, MOUNT HOOD ARRIVED. watches, Jewelry, silver, cut glass, s. opera-glasse- Will nGord her delight ial Order of Muscovites, held Tuesday seen on the side of the sleigh, which is Jewelers' umbrellas, fine leather, When other gifts are forgotten. evening, the following officers were elected represented as drawing up before the Heltk'cmper's, 2SC Morrison street. nnd installed for the ensuing year: Rich- Marquam Grand Theater, where the en- A shipment of fine newplcturos of Mount Is at Hood, in the best photogravure effect, "EVERYTHING IX LENSES." ard Scott, czar; P. Wledermann, regent; tertainment Is to be held. printed on extra, heavy slock, has Just Q. E. Howell, commandant; W. A. Mr. Huber's Generosity. F. R. Hub-e- r, been received by B. H. Moorchouse & Co.. Great SlnaEhter in Pianos. Open evenlng3 until Christmas. Wheeler, high priest; E. E. Sharon, re- of Washington street, near Fourth, 307 Washington street. Orders Big reductions on balance of pianos in corder; H. Claussenlus, treasurer; S. W. has Just presented $50 to Chief Campbell, havo been stock up to January 6. 1902. A fine up- Stryker, royal Inspector; A. O. Sinks, of the Fire Department, for the benefit coming 18x2S, In from all over the country. The right Steinway and Chlckertng, slightly shopworn, at greatly reduced prices. H. eize is and they are sold at pop- royal messenger; A. B. Alexander and of the Fireman's Mutual Relief Associa- Thomas F. Ryan, trustees. Reports tion, an organization which takes care You will ular prices. Drop In and secure some. Sinshelmcr. 72 3d. bat. Oak and Pine. be delighted. WALTER REED show the order to be in a very prosperous of firemen who are sick and Injured In condition, with 70 members and money the performance of their duty. in the treasury. The Kremlin expects Huber takes this means of showing his Mr. Mount Tabor Masonic Election. For a Social Game of Billinrdst Parlors. 127 6th. adjoining Oregonian Bldg. The Optician. to furnish one of the rooms at the Odd appreciation of the firemen's services be- Mount Tabor Lodge, ' No. 42, A. F. 133 Sixth St. Oregonian Bldg. Fellows' Home. Boxing. t cause of their good work In extinguish- A. M., has elected the following offlcerc ing the fire at his saloon, December 14. For a Qnlet Game of Pool, ior tne ensuing year: Worshipful mas- - Parlors. 127 6th. adjoining Oregonian Bldg. J Championship Boxing. Give Them Their Daily Stunt. The Tonight, Tonight, city authorities are doing their best to Nbill vs. Tra;ey. Twenty Rounds. prepare a pleasant Christmas surprise for the 40 or more tramps and hobos being iNo More Dread .Muller vs. Foley. boarded in the City Jail, by getting the ct)c fti.e Dental Chafa Ten Rounds, Ah Wing vs. Wiley. Six Rounds, Exposition Building, ' Tock pile ready for them to work on soon- er than was expected. some who will refuse to soil their hands with work, There will be but" these will not eat till A HUGE HOLIDAY SALE H jTjT U H 1 TEET.i EXTRACTED AND FDLliED ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our Doors Open 7:30, they do work, and they will have a regu- lata scientific method applied to the gums. OF SUPERFINE BLACK Exhibition Commences S:30, Building Heated, Admission, ?L Side Balconies. $1 50. Reserved Seats. ?2 50, On Sale lar "stunt" dally. Where Is Peter Kunz? The police have received a letter from M. J. Cudahy, Wis., stating that the & FRENCH DRESS GOODS Jfa No agents or cocaine. These are the only dental parlors in Portland having PATENTED APPLI- ANCES and Ingredients to extract, nil Hotel Mikado Today. relatives of Peter Kunz, supposed to be and apply cold crowns and porcelain To Enlarge the Bank. The increasing employed by a street-ca- r company In this crowns undetectable from natural teeth, business of the First National Bank, of city, are anxious to hear from him. this city, has rendered more room neces- Kunz's father died September 18, and Zeffeipi&ss Zlfus-fr&ffo- n and warranted for 10 yean. WITHOUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work done by sary, and to this end a ot strip, Peter was last heard from four or five . n- -n GRADUATED DENTISTS of from 12 to fronting on First street, just south of years ago. In the city directory there Is 20 years' experience, and each drpart-me- GENTLEMEN, NOTE THE FACTS nt the bank building, has been purchased no mention of Peter Kunz, a street-ca- r in charge of a specialist. Gto us from the Lyon estate. The frame build- employe. Our black dress goods section Is filled to overflowing with recent Importations of the newest and a call, and you will find us to do exactly ing occupying the lot will be torn away in the early Spring and a brick structure messenger boys, Frank Evans and August erected in Its place. The main office Messenger Boys in Fist Fight. Two to have a list fight yes- best things obtainaw.e In the newest weaves, Including the swellest productions of the world's best weavers, a really wonderful collection of e black goods; values unmatched and unmatohable in high-grad- li.t;t Prices - v5"S as we advertise. We will tell you in ad- vance exactly what your work will cost by a FREE EXAMINATION. of the bank will thus be enlarged 25x100 Wlckman, started and Stark streets, in terday at Third the City of Portland, or any other city west of New York. consistent with feet, and additional vaults will be con- presence of an interested crowd, when Good Work POPULAR PRICES structed in the rear of the new edifice. Policeman Sloan took a hand in the pro- Engraving" Department White Collar Line Dalles Route. A TRADE EVENT IN BLACK SILKS AND Steamer Tahoma leaves foot Alder street ing them to the police station. The boys' Tuesday, ceedings by arresting both boys and tak- Thursday and Saturday, 7 A. mothers were notified and they took home BLACK DRESS GOODS Oregonian Pub.Co. NO PLATES iligtb M., for The Dalles. Leaves The Dalles the young hopefuls. Announcement extraordinary for the benefit of our many friends and the public at large. We wish Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, 7 A. M., to state that from this date until Xmas eve we will continue our GREAT XMAS SALE of fine black im- stop at all way landings for both freight Had No Visible Means of Support. ported silk and black French dress goods. Every yard and every piece and dress pattern will be and passengers. Fare. 50c each way. A young man named Adam Schlathauser PREMATURE GRAYNESS was on trial yesterday In the Municipal price for this great sale. Nothing is more acceptable for a friend, sister, wife or loving U the fete of taiay 70097 &e- - Equipment for Vancouver. Seven ear-loa- ds mother than one of our celebrated black dress patterns In fine Imported silk or fine black goods. Our of equipment for the Twenty-sixt- h Court before a no visible means battery of field artillery, now at a person with jury, "charged with being of sup- black goods and black silks have a National reputation. We purchase only dress goods and gilt-edg- Imperial Hair Regenerator la the oaly Ja&nnless preparation kncnni '"Sawaiijc. X L 1,1 Vancouver, Wash., arrived here from the port. After the Jury had considered the silk goods of standard maketand quality; goods with a reputation and guarantee from the most cele- wsoa uutsatiy restores luur to any East over the Northern Pacific. The proposition for lf hour, a verdict one-ha- brated manufacturers of Europe and America. guns will be transferred to Vancouver, of guilty was rendered. Wash. as soon as possible. Swept Dust on Pavement. H. Mozo-rovsk- v y. lpTes th hatr clean, eoft and glossy. ?: HOXTHS. Saxnploot miA Ara&lCATXOJr XAST free. ' 1TW Vls IH & HArifn "Ijrillfll D-t1- I fl! 1111 Library Meeting Postponed. The a Third-stre- storekeeper, was et GENTLEMEN WILL FIND IT TO THEIR ocauuET propawi. .mvacy assured. I MAIN OFIICE: meeting of the library department of the arrested yesterday by Policeman Frank- ADVANTAGE IMPERIAL CHEMICAL MFC CO., 135 W. 23d St.. New Virk Woman's Club, that was to have been lin, charged with sweeping dust from his Fourth and ilorrlson sts.. Portland. Or. held this afternoon at the residence of store to the pavement. In violation of the To make early selections from our enormous collection of fine silks and dress good3. We will assist you bOURS: "Mrs. O. N. Denny, is postponed tJU city ordinance governing such matters. In every possible way, and give you the correct length for waist, skirt or dress pattern. Packages will FRED PREHN 5:3) A. 1L to 3 P. M.; Sundays, 8:30 A M. further notice. Young Girl Missing. Daisy Palmatter, be carefully mdono up, cards from donors enclosed, and goods delivered promptly on time, as requested, to to 2 P. M. The Hotel Portland. Parties desir- 16 years old, Is among the missing and any, address, free of charge. Orders from the country will receive our prompt and careful attention. The Dekura Building. ' BRANCH OFFICE: ing dinner at the Portland on Christmas the police have been asked to find her. Goods forwarded to any point in Oregon, Washington, Montana or Idaho, C O. D. Store open even- Full Set Teeth.... 53.00 CM First avenue. Seattle. Washington. She has a light complexion, light hair, Gold Crowns 5.00 day should engage seats now, as accom- ings till 9:30. Bridge Work 6.00 modations will "be limited. Charge will bo blue eyes, and Is tall for her age. Examination free. 1150. Carried Loaded Revolver. H. Vach-er- s Teeth extracted abso- OREGON. PORTLAND. was arrested yesterday on Third lutely without pain. OpenIng display tonight at Gatchefs Cor. Third an Was&inzton. . St. Helens' School for (iirls. Market, formally "The Fulton Grocery street near Davis, by Detectives Snow and year. Commodious bullj-lng- s. cor Third and Yamhill. Everybody Kerrigan, charged with carrying a loaded Thirty-thir- d Co.," MERRY CHRISTMAS. Modern equipment. Academic Invited refreshments and music. Gifts Free every day with 50c and revolver in one of his pockets. Entertainment Postponed. On ac- dollar sales or over, beautiful sachet pil- count of the death of George R. Vosburg, low and work-box- Company. at Laue-Dav- is Drug the entertainment to be given by the Sunbeams of St David's parish on Fri- McAllen The Only Exclusive Dry Goods House in Portland. & McDonnell OTir line of roasnlflcent Orlentnl Curios, Novelties, etc., for Holiday presents is unsurpassed on the Coast SUX SOON HUII3 CO. 247 Yamhill. Bet. 2d and 3d. and college preparatory courses. Spe- cial courses in mualc and art. Illus- trated catalogue. All departments will reopen September 10. MISS ELEANOR TEBBETTS. Principal. Fine Watches, diamonds, clocks, jewel- day evening. Xmab. A splendid Is postponed. THIRD STREET, COR. MORRISON. ry, umbrellas, optical goods. A. Vulllcu-jnle- r, 291 Washington, under the Perkins." The Dalles-Portlan- d Route, Regu-xat- Palms for palms direct from Japan Just received by the Portland Seed Co., Front and Alder or lot of 161-1- 63 O. C :.. DENTIST ... ISLEiAZOHSTL-- e TV L. U. RRfHVN ETE AXD bld..rooins G28-- jjarquam EAR diseases. Line Steamers. 'From Oak-Stre- et streets. Poke Effect in Collars. Dock Daily, at 7 A. M. Indian Tjasltcts for Xmas, 121 13th, Marquam Building. . Room 301 "SEWANEE," E. &. W. "SYOSSET."
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