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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1909)
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THE EVENING NEWS I
11 V B. W. DATES
ISHIJKI) PAHA" KXVKVT Kl'.MUYj
Hiilinrrlption lliitoa Dully
Per year, by mull 3.00
J'or month, delivered 50 ,
Per year.... $2.00
Six months 1.00,
'JTUKDAV, XOVK.MIIHU 1(1, II1UU.
That Henuy is aguln reappointed
means that an end to the Hermann j
eras one way or the other must
come after many years of outrageous
' ! - I
A Portland woman sues her hus-j
uanu tor mvorre, ftu mummy ana
two dos. What she wants with the
$50 U a speculation unless It Is to
get meat for the doiis.
HOW ABOUT THAT NEW SUIT
Appropriations on tho National
Treasury for $1, 024,000 were made
for th'.i current. year to properly ad
minlster iho land In the foreHt ru
nervoH, most of which are In tho l'a
rlflcs HlfitfH. So lon a Iho J-JiiHt
helps to nay UUh llitlo kvy It 1h up
to the Went to accept of it.
An auto, a road hniitsH near Port
land, threu fnolH, a few schooners of
joy writer, tho Htart for homo, a mad
whirl, and then tlx; ditch. Bui though
thin drunken party ran down a far
mer and hln wll'o, they forhiiiutoly
eHcapod HcrloiiB injury. A Jail Hunteiice
of about 2U yearu for Hiich Joy rldem
would bu riKht.
Portland detect I veH are churned j
with affording protecljnn to a hand of i
crook a. Harry Lfine., it h former may
or, helleved this to ho the cane, and
fired several of them. Now Municipal
Judge Hennett will glvo tho factH to
thn grand jury. U is likely ho mo of
ih ramila will got their dues now
that the Judgo 1h gattlng after them.
Tho periodical Investigation Into
the affair.! of tho sugar (rut-L in on
at Washington, hut although tho com
bine Ima extracted untold mlllious
from tho public In way of prices and
other pcIioiiiom, the fact remains, in
the face of all thlK oiilcial pow-wow,
lhat tho consumer t 111 payu lio high
tariff (or tho cany or beet, product.
Secretary Nagel, of the Department
of Commerce and Labor, haH ordered
tho release of U. (iultcrrcH do Lara,
arrested at Loh Angeles for tnceu
diary speeches at that place just, be
fore PreHldont Taft arrived there.
u Lara's only oft en ho wan being a
ocfallHt considerably too ontHpokeu
at tho (line everybody was afraid of
harm coming to tho Provident.
Portland Is aroused over t he
statement of Municipal Judge Hen
nett that certain police and detectives
aro In league wit It crimlnalH. Men
who upend a lifetime, us many otllc
lals In the larger cities do, fattening
at tho public crib, got so they have
neither conscience 01- manhood. No
depth is too low for thehi ho long as
tho deal brings money. Of all crim
inals ritich men are the worst and
vilest, iiikI even the devil hales them
Machine politics creates and main
tains anch conditions.
The Houie of Kuppenhdmet
New up to the minute showings.
Every garment properly fitted to you and
kept nicely pressed no extracharge.
Try one of the Harth's Toggery
Good Clothes Suits.
PRICES $15.00 TO $30.00
New Showings men's overcoats
Priestly Cravaneted Military Colors.
The Home of the Regal Shoe
Cottage Grove Iloys Outwitted In
The' Nesiiilth county basketball
team, comprised of Cottage Grove
i boys, met a miserable defeat at the
J hands of the local high school aggre
' gatlon at Sykes' rink In this city last
evening. At the conclusion of the
game the score stood 31 to 6 In favor
! of the locals. Not at any time during
the entire exhibition did the visitors
show themselves equal to the occas
ion, In fact, they fell easy prey at the
hands of the Rosehurg bunch. The
game was unusually clean and was
witnessed by a lurge an enthusiastic
Following was the line-up of the
Cottage Grove. Lewis, F.; Beals,
F. ; Alison. G.; Knox, G.; Hastings,
C; Mathews, Sub.
Rosehurg High School. Dlakely,
F.; Eddy, F. ; Buchanan, C; Tipton,
G.; Street, G.
'sentences upon nine out of 11 who
were up for sentence, as follows: J.
S. La.Mar, 15 days, 1100 fine; D. J.
Gilbert, 10 days; Ed Fischbocker, 10
days; Clyde Clements, 15 days; A,
B. Alison, 20 days and J25 fine; Hen
ry Jennings, 15 days; James D. Rose
10 days; Ed Hadley, 20 days and $50
fine; Jos. Illlngsworth, 15 days and
$100 fine; L. T. Othier, $100 fine';
R. P. York, $100 fine. Costs and
disbursements are added.
Read The Evening News for news.'
liAlKiKST AI'I'IjK YKT.
It Is Kald to Ik the Largest in the
SPOKANE, Wash., Nov. 16. A
Spokane "beauty applo" displayed at
the .National Apple Show ny r . L,.
! Post & Sons, of Chelan, Wash., Is
I credited with being the largest apple
In tiie world, it measures 1 i
liK.hes In circumference and weighs
over 41 ounces. A Wolf River apple
trout Sharon, Wash., is 18 inches
! In circumference but weighs only 37
I ounces. It is expected that the
i Posts' specimen will be reproduced
I In a metal upple of Its exact shape
British Columbia visitors at the ap
ple show will send a box of the
choicest, fruit to King Edward. .
IIOOTI.I :;ii;its FINED
Jjill Hrlitciit'cs are Imposed ill Num
ber of Cuncs.
TILLAMOOK, Nov. 17. Judge
Burnett Jsurprised the bootleggers'
yesterday morning by Imposing jnM '8!HMMMMMI-Aa-B-UUt!
OATS 50c bushel.
HAY Vetch, $12 to $14 ton;
grain, $12 to $14; alfalfa, $17.
ROLLED BARLEY $30.00 ton.
STEERS- Alive, 3c lb.
COWS Alive 2c.
VEAL Dressed, 5c. Ib.
HOGS Pressed, 8c; Alive 6c.
POULTRY Mixed chickens, alive,
10c to 12c; dressed, 12c; ducks,
alive, 9 (.(i 10c; dressed, 14 15c.
BUTTER Creamery, 42 Vc lb.
country, 37c 11).
EGGS 40c doz.
POTATOES New, lc lb.
WOOL Spring, 24c; fall, 20c;
year clip. 24c.
HONEY 12 c.
CABBAGE Hie. lb.
ONIONS 2c Ib.
II. E. STEIOL,
Legal advice free. Collections i
Room 1, Marsters Bldg.
Died at. his home on the Umpqun
In Mill Settlement, November 12,
l!t()!l, Ablsha H. Durnam. Ilnceased
was horn at Minneapolis, Minn., on
Man-h IX, 1860, and was married to
Miss Margaret Monsur in North Da
kola in 1S81. To this union was born
three sons and three daughters, five
of whom are living. Tho family
came to Oregon and located on n
homestead on tho river about three
months ago. Mr. Durnum came from
Scuttle three weeks ago, where ho
had been in quest of health. He join
ed ills family on the homestead III
hopes our Invigorating climate
would resloro him to health, but it
was too Into.
(Iv oi'rupallnn Mr. Durnnin was a
painter, nnd the malady causing hlB
death was lead poisoning, ngravated
by complication of other disease.
Through some unfortunate circum
stance in early life deceased became
prjudlced against church organiza-j
Uoiib, but he believed In God as the
Creator, and Jesus Christ as the Re-
deenier of man, and while he was a'
kind and loving hushatrd and father,!
and an upright und honorable man.
The sorrowing family have the
symputliy of the entire neighbor
(ilt.AXI) HALL PRIZE WALTZ
Watch us for another gront sai,o
of couches, in order that those who
came too late for the last sale might
avail themselves of deep cut 111 the
prices. Hire & Wee.
Thanksgiving evening, November
24, lSOii, at the Armory Hall, Rose
hurg, Oregon. Given by the Rose
burg Orchestra of 10 pieces under
direction of Prof. W. F. Williams.
$10.00 In prizes given away to best
lady and gentleman dancer.
A good time to all who attend.
Come and see tho prize waltz. Dancing
from ft p. m. til 2. a. m. Tickets $1.00
a couple. Spectators 25 cents.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL .MKETIXU
A special meeting af Laurel lodge
So. 13, A. F. & A. M. will be held
tomorrow night. Work in tiie M. M.
degree. A full attendance Is desired.
X. T. .IBWRTT.
Tito prompt measures taken by the
Porllnad authorities yesterday to
drivo the bunko men and detective
pels out of the city, has caused the
ruseuls to scatter cverywhei e. some
of tlli'in. It Is said having i m this
way. It would be well ror lloseliurg
oltlcials to keep an eye open for lliese
fellows, and Jug I hem upon their
first nppeariiuec. They have only left
Portland n II 1 1 1 the present trouble
blows over, end will hold up In cities i
ice & Rice
like this until It
go back then
Is safe for them to ;
A druggist of Victoria, II. C, by the
name of HMuard Allen, while hunt
ing, hud both eyes slml mil and the
hii'lee of My nnse lorn oiit while sit
ting In i pen space, by two men
who ran away when he cried (or help.
There he remained until he was
found by others. It appears that the
authorities should be looking for
soinehedy who wanted the druggist
murdered. Had Ills shooting been an
accident, certainly IhiiHe who did the
shooting would mil have left tin.
'A'ounded man to auffei like a dog.
Advertising space In The Evening
News Is prni'llrully at a premium
right now, as patrons of the p.iper
have been most Nheinl In ihelr de
mands for representation in these col
umns. There Is a reason- It pais.
The Evening News endeavors to
please Its p.itriMis by supplying Uose
burg and Douglas county will' an un
approuchal.ie news nnd telegraphic
service, and. .lodging by commenda
tory b tleis end words finni Its hosts
f rrlcnds and supporters, we know
our etTorts are not without results.
Nothing has been heard from (he
newspapers of Jarkson county con
eernlng the Stale or Siskiyou since
Hie Yreliil newspapers have endorsed
the proposition and advocate enough
territory lie taken from CalM'oruia to
give Yleka the capltol of the propos
ed new State. Why this abatement
la the stale making business-.' Is it
because second sober Ihinfht makes
the Slsklyous appear like a chain of
McKlnley liiouatalns. or does some
oilier section besides Yreka want the
new capltol In case a new
Tlim-o Is no otru-i' pilntliin ntf
U this sett Inn of llu stitto wIkto
work is ex.iitt'il in such u intuirrn
wny ns ut The News ollhv. riimisatuls
f pleased rustOMier.H w tit attest tit
this fact. When iin order Is placed
nt this oliire It Is nut rushed thrmmh
In a haphazard way. and "pars
ed" nut to a rtisinnier as "finished"
work. Very much to the contvniy.
Kvery piece or printing that leaves
The News utlico has (he ear-marks
of men who know Ihelr business and
but won for the paper tho proud
distliM t ton of beitiK l he only first -
lass prluttui: establishment In this
lurt of the at a to.
"Klaattc" Book Case.
Strait RMllnlni Chalra.
WB CARRY THKSK
CKOl)S IN STOCK
The House Furnishers in Holiday Attire
Practical and Sensible
Gifts for the Holidays
Something here for every member of
the family. The question what, shall
I give will bo eanlly solved after an
Inspection of this store. Did you
over atop to think how much more
comfort and sensible, how much more
'all would enjoy a nice piece of furni
ture for the home (ban to buy some
trashy present. This space will
only permit of a very few of the
many things that nwatt your Inspec
tion at this easy place to shop.
AND ROCKERS FOR
the YOUNG and OLD.
Ileautiful Davenports, Couches, Mor
ris fM'rs "ud Rockers: Ileautiful
Cabim iH.iks nnd Chi (Toners and
Dressers; Ileautiful Hook Cases, tho
(Jlobo Wernicu and others.
Elegant New Rugs
and Carpets, Portiers
And Couch Covers
Neither the old or young have been
overlooked here; Misses and child
feu's chairs and rockers, doll carts
and cabs; Children's dishes, toy banks
little red chairs and air. guns; toy
wiigoiiH, toy furniture, little stoves
and ranges; hundreds of things that
can't be mentioned on account of
Bigger and Better Stock
China and Silverware
Everything that's made in fancy china
o.tnd glassware; enormous stork of
1S47 silverware and clocks. Carvers
plain nnd fancy, bone or silver. You
will be surprised at the profussion of
good things that will make sensible
presents. Also remember our prices
are the lowest.
Flour has nearly doubled in price.
at the same prices and it is the
best. CooKies, buns, cinnamon
rolls and doughnuts 10c Per
dozen. Pies 10c each. Our
caKes are the best.
CASS STREET ; s PHONE 357
J kimoi.os, long and bhort ones; bath
4 robes, aprons, long ones with aud
j without sleeves: tea aprons, black
J and white collars, and all kinds of
neckwear, sweaters, Teddy Bear
J coats, and hoods for the babies. Also
J a liist-class line of millinery. Our
:ic, 10c, 15c and' 25c counters are
. loaded with good things.
2 Hot do we sell them? Why
cheaper than anybody else. Why?
Heranso our expenses are less. Be a
X Missourlaus: come In and let us show
Loaders in Popular Triced Goods.
Home of tlio lc Post Card.
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1 WINNIE GRDEOIS
THE PLUME ER
Sheet Metai WorK Drier Pipe An tfiing Yon Want
$ SKy Lights. Cornice
LINE a PINE STS
I PHONE 1284 '
w-fiirninimii ihhiihi in t
, You are always welcome at this store. Children
given same courttiy nnd attenticn as grown folKs. We
will not beundersold if we Knew it. fall value for your $
ELECTRICITY ' ft
IN THE HOME I
it. i l i.,..-,.,. X
ll'iij,! . f'ucuy rurntshes comforts E
fV'-h beTeiotre unthought of. K
jV.vlh """ries of yesterday are Jf
W-J! the necessities of todav ThI
way to make our home attrao
live and a palace In Its interior V
condlUons of living Is by the use K
ol electric light, K
G. L. PRIOR I
315 N. Jackson St Rosebure, Or
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