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THE EVENINOXEWS TVK8IMY, NOVEMBER 0. 10OII
Price $1.00 Per Ounce.
Usual Amount of Cluiius Audited by
the County Court.
For Sale By
Fullerton & Richardson
THE DRUG STORE OF QUAL1T
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vert pipe, 8. 10, 15, 18, 20 and
24 Inch. Let me know what you
will need bo i can have It hardened
and ready when you need It. Fat,
the contractor. ' tf.
RAY E. BUTTON
RAGING AT NOME
MACCABE E HALL
NOVEMBER 18, 10
Watch This Bajgsc
(Special to The Evening News)
NOME, Alaska, Nov. 9 The worst
storm for years is raging here today.
Many structures and wha'rves on the
waterfront have been blown down
and several small steamers have been
wrecked, including the York, blown
ashore and destroyed at Unalakllke.
The Mary Sachs is aground in Snake
river and the steamer Wilkes is on
the beach- in Tyshow river. So far
no lives have been . reported lost,
though the whid Is fearful on sea
and land. '
A struggle for a higher and uni
form wage schedule reaching an in
crease of 12 per cent is to be made
by conductors and trainmen on every
railroad east of Chicago, and it is
believed that all the western rail
roads will be drawn into it. The de
mand for this increase Is backed by
The Brotherhoods, and the settlement
of the matter will come upon the
railroad companies at the busiest
season since 1907.
Sioper? the cieancr and presser,
has just received his fall and winter
samples from the Hoyal Tailors, Chi
cago. All ine latest weaves and de
signs are shown. If you are look
ing for something swell can on him.
He has the goods at the right prices.
Perfect fit guaranteed. tf.
Wkj go m the Rain
whsft cgh buy an
9Um!&eLla so reason
ably fc WaeM
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t Phone 2143
JEWELER ASD eBTICIAS
Following are bills allowed
the recent term ot the County
Rita K. Cobb, clerk's offlce....$
J. G. Wlnford, sheriff's office
3. M. Ellison, circuit court
S. R. Brlsbln, Indigents
Wise Bros., same
R. L. Couglas, same
Sarah E. Thomas, Thomas vs
Douglas Co., -costs
O. H. Mortenson, indigents....
T. J. Atchison, same
T. H. Singleton, same......
H. F. Hebard, same
Geo. M. Brown, expenses
Mike Devaney, refund tax
W. R. Vinson. Indigents
J. R. Daniels, wood crt house
Thurman Chaney, expense....
J. M. Carmony, Jan. Teachers
. Examination i
Phoebe Kltchell, Indigents.,..
C. L. Hadley, court bsllff....
E. B. Hermann, expenses
A. Foster, St. vs. Williams.
R. C. gee, Assessor's ofltce.. 23.00
Cluv Cordon, dep. assosor 104.00
Olivia Rlslcy, same .-. 92.00
Belle Pruner, same 100.00
W. F. Harris, same 70.00
R. Hammond, court houBe.... 1.75
I. B. Riddle, Thomas vs.
pouglas County -10.00
W. H. Hughes, pris. board.... 127.75
J. H. Vounce, Indigents 16.00
H. H. Lenox, same 5.30
E. H. Lenox, same 3.00
Review, printing 96.77
G. K. Quino, insane acc't 6.00
J. G. Thompson, same 10.00
R. W. Thomason, -same. ......... 10.00
Hotel MeClallen, Jury brd...". 20.00
A. R. Marker, reform school.... 13.75
Mrs. H. Euston, lud 3.70
Marsters Drug Co., stat., etc.. .106. 35
West. U. T. Co., services 75
B. Fenton, expenses 1.50
N. T. Jewett, inquest Easton 15.10
S. B. Crouch, sume : 1.00
I. Wollenberg, same 1.00
J. C. Aiken, same 1.00
P. Benedick, same 1.00
Win.- VanBuron, same 1.00
J. F. Templin, same 1.00
A. C. Seely, same 1.50
1. J. Norman, same 1.60
Theodore Abraham, same 1.50
J. A. Murry, same 1.50
D. E. Davis, snme 1.50
John T. Long, St. v Bremner 8.00
C. D. Pnlln, same 26.80
Virginia Trumbo, same 1.00
Thos. Taylor; same 2.00
J. T. Long, St. v Harrington 2.85
J. T. Long St. v Griffith 6.20
J. T. Long, St. v Williams.... , 7.30
Joe Huffman, St. v Williams 9.60
Fullerton & Richardson, digs
W. R. Vinson, Ind
E. H. Lenox, supplies
P. S. T. & T. Co., services....
Doug. Co. Ab. Co., work
S. T. Smith, livery 11.50
A. Creason, refud tax 37.20
A. E. Nichols, commlsloner 26.00
M. R. Ryan, commissioner..!. 47.00
G. W. Wonacott, expenses.... 15.96
N. T. Jewett, coroner ...
W. C. Sagaberd, St. V Judy..
E. T. Wade, same
John Salander, same
Wollenberg Bros., ind
C. T. Nail. St. v Atwood. ' 41.00
dowed with the Intelligence and abil
ity and equally entitled to the free
exercise ot their individual rights
2. That th'e natural relation of
the sexes In that of Inter-Independence
and co-operation, and that of
the repression of tlie vights and lib
erty of the one Bex Inevitably works
injury to the other and hence to the
3. That In all lands those laws,
creeds and customs which have tend
ed to restrict women to a position of
dependence, to discourage their edu
cation, to Impedo the development
of thejr natural gifts and to subordi
nate their individuality have been
based upon false theories and have
produced an artificial and unjust re
lation of the sexes In modern society.
4. : That self-government in the
home and the state Is an lnaliienablc
right of every able normal adult, and
the refusal of this right to women,
has resulted in social, legal and econ
omic injustice to them, and has also
Intensified the existing economic dis
turbances throughout the world.
5. That governments that Impose
taxes and laws upon their women
citizens without giving them the right
of consent or dissent which is grant
ed to men citizens to exercise a ty
ranny Inconsistent with just govern
ment. 6. That the ballot Is the only legal
and permanent means of defending
the rights to "life, liberty and the
pursuit of happiness, pronounced
lnalllenuble by the American Declar
ation of Independence, and accepted
as inallienable by all civilized na
tions. In any representative form of
government, therefore, women then
should be vested with ull political
rights and privileges ot electors.
DAILY" WEATHER REPORT.
CALL FOH COUXTV WARRANTS
Notice is hereby given all parties
holding county warrants Issued by
Douglas county, Oregon, and Indors
ed "not paid for want of funds" prior
to and Including the 14th day of Jan
uary, 1909, to present he same to
the treasurer of said county at his
office for payment as Interest will
cease thereoiu after the date ot this
Dated at Roseburg, Oregon, this
the 1st day of November, 1909.
J. E. SAWYERS,
Traasurer of Douglas County, Ore.
U. 8. Weather Bureau, local office,
Roseburg. Oregon, 24 hours ending
5 . m., Nov. 9, 1909.
Precipitation In inches and hun
dredths: Max. temp. b6, mln. temp.
42, precipitation. 47, total precipita
tion since the first or the month 1.12,
average precipitation for this month
for 32 years 4.33, total preclpltatiou
since Sept. 1, 1909, to date 5.90, av
erage precipitation since September
I, 1877, 4.95, total excess from Sept
1, 1909, 95, average precipitation for
32 wot Beasons 33.00. .
WILLIAM BELL, Observer.
Nothing Is too good for the Iirlsh,
neither is cement culverts too good
tor the county. Use the best, as It
!s the cheapest In the long run. See
Free delivery, Pnonn 861. Call
us up ana tell us what you want and
ws will bring It to your home.
Church Bros., the up-to-date bakers.
Catrt utreea. tf.
Prompt attention given to all orders
H. W. ALTHAUS & SONS!
Automobiles, Bicycles and Supplies I
t Agents Fairbanks & Morse Co.
ii; liLUL Wl, Va CLUU Allo UUS, i-j
A.F. LATHAM TRACTOR, BUILDER
Estimates on all Work Free of Charge. Repair work a
Specialty. Office phone Main 945.
Office at Roseburg ElectriCal House, Cor. Main and Oak
Residence 749 South Main Street. Roseburg, Ore.
NEW, WOM UN'S PARTY.
Ill a Convention Held in New York
llj 1(10(1 DelegAles.
W wish to announce that we are now pre
pared to deliver goods by private conveyance
to any part of the city.
Everything Guaranteed to
Reach You in Good Order
Commercial Club Building
With a petticoat $oss in the per-?
son of Mrs. t-arrio unapman jatt, a
new party has begun its career amid
the vicissitudes ot American politics, !
a party of and Mr women.
At the meeting at which this party
was born a silent protest against the
methods of the nialltant suffragettes
was made through the apparent
slighting of Mrs, Emmallno Pank-;
fPurst, who was not present at the i
huge gathering at Carnegie Hall on (
last Sunday night. j
This meeting was note worthy In j
the annals of the fight for, suffrage, ,
for It was the first political meeting
of disfranchised women, and was at- j
tended by 1000 delegates, duly j
chozen at Assembly District conven- j
tions, and made up of all the wealth,
beauty, brains and prominence of
New York's womanhood that could 1
be mustered at the call of the suff-
Mra. Clarence Mackay was chair-'
man of the platform committee, and
the platform itself, designed to be
strictly conservative, was drawn up ;
by Kate H, Claghorn and Helen H. i
Greeley, the latter a lawyer, In of
fering" the platform Mrs. Maskay i
said : I
ufhe woman's suffraft is a hum-o
anitarfan movement. It is inspired
by the desire to help social and phil
anthropic reforms through the
mother's active participation in the,
life of the state. We believe that
woman suffrage Is not a fight for
rights, but the natural of Justice. !
"We endeavor to devote all our
energies toward furthering the
growth of our faith. We assume
that our opponents aro not willfully
ignorant of what our suffrage shall
mean to our state and to our women.
"Wo do not believe In preaching
against our opponents because we
are convinced that if we state our
cause with all the fevor of a declar
tion of faith we shall achieve our ul
timate end of complete cooperation
between the sexes, without violence
"We Btand for womanhood,
living, suffering, working, abreast of;
man. Therefore we appeal to all
men present to join us in our work
because of what their mothers, or
their wives, or their daughters mean
to them. We appeal to all women
,Q?re tonight to Join us because of
their loyalty to their womanhood.
The platform read:
benaionai ana tue Assemoiy aistncis
of the city of New York in convention
assembled, hereby affirm our falin
In the formal declaration of princi
ples adopted by the International
Woman Suffrage 'Alliance as the bas
is of the world's work for the en- j
franchlsement of women.
1. That men and women arc torn j
jbers ot the human race, equally en-J
The House Furnishers
There's Nothing to, Compare with a Little Home all
Tour Own. Wouldn't you like to make such hap
piness as this your happiness? Why don't you?
You've got the girll Of course you have what young man -with
thought of a little home all hia own has not?
You're anxious, so is she wnat girl isn't for a little home all her
What's the trouble then is it simply a question of not having
thenecessary cash to pay for all the things this little house will need?
If that is the throuble don't let it stand in your way another minute
we'll fix up your little house just as you want it ,iust as cozily and
comfortably as you and we together can plan it. You can furnish it
complete, parlor to kitchen, with every needed thing we've got every
thing here that you can possibly need in the latest, approved styles
and you can pay us a small sum at time of purchase the balance in
Httle weekly op monthly sums.
We will gladly arrange thesa payments in amounts to suit your
needs. Won't you cSrnie in and let us plan this little home happiness
GLOBE WERNICA BOOK CASES, SOLD ALIKE TO EVERY
BODY EVERYWHERE their prices are fixed on the solid basis
of moderation, Egrid are same to all. The standard of Section
CASES. Grows as your books accumilate.
IRON BEDS beautiful new pat
tarns, "specially prfted: $3.00,'
$4.50, $5.50, $6.00, $7.00 and up.
SANITARY COUCH makes a
couch a bed a Davenport best
DRESSERS $7.50 and $10.00;
regular $15.00 Dresser No. 93 for
BUFFETS $12.50 to $29.00.
HEATERS $2.25, steel; cast top
ones $3.50 to $6.50;Charter Oak
with swing top $1C50; cast top
and cast bottom Eclipse $10.50.
RANGES ANR COOK STOVES
4-hole Majestic, best on earth for
$55.00; 4-hole Standard, a good
one for $30.00; 4-hole Charter
Oak, a hummer for $32.50; Cast
Cooks, No. 8 at $12.00 to $29.00.
New Showing of Rugs, Carpets and Draperies
MATTINGS, 20c and 35c yard;
LINOLEUMS, 55c, 60c, 75c to $1.50
PEERLESS MATTRESS The
acme of perfection, at $15.00.
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Chairs, Chairs and Rockers. Chairs 50 cents and up; Rockers
$1.50 to $42.50. Wall Papers 10c to 50c double roll. Table Oil
Cloth 20c yeard. Everything for the kitchen, Se,e our new washers.