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POACHING ON FUND
Hansbrough's Raid on Recla
mation Money Wjns
DIVERTED FOR DRAINAGE
Senate Passes Bill Applying 1,0 00, -00:10
Xorthr Dakota Swamps.
Fulton's Bin.. Against Allen
, Fishermen Passes.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, Feb. 8. To the surprise ofmany
Senators, the Hansbrougb bill setting
apart $LOOO.0O out of the reclamation
fund for the draininge of swamp lands
in North Dakota slipped through the
Senate today. Several Western Senators
were vigorously opposed to taking any
money out of the reclamation fund to
drain swamp lands and it was their pur
pose to oppose this bill, but It was called
up when the Senate was virtually empty
and went through without opposition.
Such a precedent, If once established,
avlll open the "way for unrestricted on
Hlaughts upon the reclamation fund and
will Interfere -with legitimate reclama
tion work which was contemplated by
the national irrigation law. It Is ex
pected that the blll.jvdll.be killed in lhc,
M DAINTY LUNCH IN THE TEA ROOM"
jP Auspices of Portland Y. W. C A. f) ( A 1 A" C
YM Domestic Science Branch. I W 4 k fef VV VV "T rr( H tr W K I rV"
M JLJLJX, A JLJ UJ I ALU! I tfW j JU I &1J M
SHUT 'OUT ALEE??' FISHERMEN
Fulton's Alaska: 'Bill' Passes, Also
.Others for Pacific Coast.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash-
iugton,-"Feb: iL The Senate today passed
Senator .Fulton's .bill jwoTilbiting aliens,
irom flsWngn: Alaskan waters. This bill
was draVfti.at.-thc request of Northwest-
rn ilshermcn who have' been Injured by
uif encroachments of the Japanese. I
Senator Heyourn's" townsite bill was J
also passed. Jt authorizes the Secretary
of the Interior to withdraw 100-acrc tracts
under Government irrigation projects for
townsite purposes and permits him to
lumish water to towns for domestic and
municipal uses. Money derived there
from is to be paid Into the reclamation j
Representative Humphrey today Intro- !
duccd a bill appropriating $100,000 for es
tablishing two fish hatcheries on Puget
A favorable report was made today on
bills to establish a lighthouse at Cape
Spencer, at the entrance of Cross Sound ,
and at Cape Hinchlnbrook, Prince "VVil- i
nam sound, Alaska. A similar bill for
Ocean Cape. Yakutat Bay. was adversely
reported, the Department of Commerce
deeming such a light unnecessary.
RELIEVE 'FOREST SETTLERS
House Passes Bill Restoring Claims j
Relinquished in Error.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, Feb 8. The House of Representa
tives today passed -a bill providing that
settlers within forest reserves who have
relinquished title to their land since the
lieu land law was repealed may recover
title to their jorlglnal holdings. As mat
ters now stand, these settlers can neither
make lIeuvsclectlon-Jior recover the land
fused to pass a bill permitting settlers of iV
this class -td perfect tHcir lieu selections, i J
The House also (passed Representative !
Jones bill permitting scattered Colvllle :
Indians along the Columbia to- sell all '
but 80 acres of their 640-acre allotments.
Ross Will Make Last Appeal.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington, D. C.,Fcb. 8. Land Commissioner ,
Ross will tomorrow or next day present '
to the Secretary of the Interior his last
appeal for the approval of the State selec
tion of 53,000 acres under the Carey act
In the Yakima Valley. T.hls paper will
be In answer to the statement of the
Reclamation Service showing the Inex
pediency of approving this selection if the 1
Government Intends to build a project I
in the Yakima valley.
Wickcrshaiu's Answer Ready.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, Feb. 8. Judge James Wickersham,
or Alaska, has prepared his answer to
the charges pending against him before
the Senate judiciary committee, and will
file it tomorrow. In view of this fact.
It is expected that the Senate will soon
take action on his nomination.
Rural Route at Molalla.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, Feb. S. Rural Route No. 2 has
been ordered established April 2 at Molal
la, Clackamas County, Oregon, serving 461
people and 103 houses.
f'ity Auditor Thomas C. Devlin Is mak
ing a short -visit lo Tillamook. '
i Robort W. Nelson, president of the
American Typo Founders Company, was
in Portland yesterday, visiting the local
agency. He-leaves for California on this
NEW YORK, Feb. 8. Special.)-The
following Pacific Northwest people regis
tered at New York hotels today:
From Spokane H. Brooke and wife, at
the Fifth Avenue.
From Seattle M. M. Flemin, at the
Algonquin; B. Gerber, at jthe, Venrdome;
W. Y. Whltten, at the Gllsey.
OREGONIAN NEWS BTTOEATT Wndi.
ington, Feb -te.-iCaptain L. C. Heilner. '
United States Navy, has been detached '
from duty in charge of the Thirteenth 1
Lighthouse District at Portland, Or., and
will proceed to ills "home and await or
ders. CHICAGO, Feb. 8. (Special.) The fol
lowing Oregonlans registered at Chicago
From Portland C. A. Jordan, at the
Grand Pacific; F. GJCnapp,B, B. filler,
at the Auditorium; D. G. Campbell, at
the Grace; A. E. Nickerson. at tha
3riggs; J. L. Fulton, Mrs. M. Pellette,
at the Palmer.
From Salem L. F. Stricklin, m the
Morrison. -' . .
Brazilian Cty Under Water.
RIO DE JANEIRO. Feb. S,-Thc Par
nhlba do Sul has broken its banks and
inundated the lower parts of the City
of Campos, 140 miles northeast of Rio
Janlero. to the depth of 12 feet in some
places. Many houses have collapsed,
widespread damage has been done, and
communication with Campos js im
peded. The work -of rescuing- tho im
prisoned inhabitants of the city is most
Grain Trust Ordered Dissolved.
LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 8. A decision ad
verse to the Nebraska Gralndealers .Asso
ciation was handed down today JAy the
Supreme Court, which orders the" asso
ciation dissolved It had --been alleged'
that the association fixed prices, leaving
he farmers. to.talce .wha.t.was.'. fT e red .-
SPECIAL MENU FRIDAY
Escalloped Fish with Egg Sauce.
Saratoga Chips. Hot JRolls.
Cucumber Saiae, Green Pepper Dressing.
Tea. Milk. Coffee.
Handsome $ 1 .50 Belts for
These Belts are of silk in white, Persian,
pink, navy, green and black; some In the
wide shirred back effect; some narrow
straps with gold buckles 'Values In the
lot to $1.50; Special Economy Sale
Price, each .35c
Store Opens at 5 A. fl.
Store Closes at 6 P. Ii.
To those of extravagant disposition,
thro whose fingers money trickles as
water thro a sieve; these Friday "Econo
my Sales" are of no consequence. But to ,
the cool, level-headed shopper who knows
what Is worth knowing, it would be diffi
cult to measure the usefulness of the Jay.
Those who share in Its benefits realize
that and act accordingly. Those who aro
strangers to its advantages should also
realize these facts and act accordingly.
Today's 145th "Economy ,aalo" marks
the passing of tho "ODDS AND ENDS
SALE," the final effort of the Store's old
year in record-breaking; selling. After It
comes Inventory, and Saturday is the
store's glad "New Year."
PRUDENT HOUSEWIVES WIL.I, APPRE
Savings on Kitchen
Blue Enameled Ware
Kcttlr 5-quart size, with cover Our
-11.25 value; Special Economy Sale
Price, each ............ -83c
Saace J'bbo 7-quart size, with cover
Our $1.60 value; Special Economy Salo
Price, each , tu.ee
Lipped Kettle 3-quart size Our 57c val
ue; Special Economy Sale Price, ca..aSc
Gray Enameled Ware
Lipped Saace Paa 2 -quart size Our 25c
value; Special Economy Sale Price,
Kettle 6-quart size, with cover Our 50c
value; Special Economy Salo Price,
each ...... SBc
Muffin Pb 9-hoIe--Our 40c value; Spe
cial Economy Sale Price, each 38c
Good Kitchen Breams Special Economy
Sale Price, each Sic
Waer Palls Galvanized, 12-quart size;
Special Economy Sale Price, each.... 21c
VNKaUALED VALUES IX ANNEX
Women's Night Robes
$1.25 AND Sl.Se LUNCH CLOTHS 73c.
Hemstitched Linen Lunch Cloths In two
sizes 36 and 45 Inches square stamped
In conventional and floral designs for,
English eyelet. Mount Mclllck and
French embroidery Regular values
$1.25 and $L50; special, each 73c
Friday Special la Wemea'a NlRMrebe-x
A Vest Annex, Second Fleer.
"WOMEN'S ?lX,e AND X.7S NIGHTROBES
Women's Outing Flannel Night robes; pink
and blue striped; yoke neatly trimmed,
edged with finishing braid; good quality
and width Regular values 51.50 and
$1.75; special, each 9L.18
LADIES' 3ec GINGHAM. APRONS lc
Gingham Apronn In blue and brown
checks; made with small bibs Regular
value 30c; special, each 19c
Annex Snlenn Secend Fleer.
A Hundred $ 1 .50 and $2.50
A clean sweep
of the loiterers
and endments of
best sellers. All
in this lot sai
and latest, most
called for styles
you want now.
but wo don't, as
It does the
.-a stream of In
that must have
"We might give these Hats away; one
reason we don't Is that the rush might
wreck the department and put the fix
tures out of business. So wc put the
merest sperk of a price on tho Hats as a
safeguard. Values from $1.30 to irk'
$2.50. Friday at ,.'.vJC
The Sale ef 50 Hats, Werth Bp te fie,
Charmingly pretty, chic and stylish crea
tions, conjured from silk velvets and
handsomo French felts, trimmed in fancy
feathers and wings. Values up to flTr
$10. Friday -only at . JoC
For Men to Buy
Special values arranged for the store's
male clientele in the Annex Haberdasherie,
First Floor, right handy inside the Sixth-
Street Entrance, where men have a tog
gery ?'deo" all to themselves and those
who buy -for them.
MEN'S ?L5e UNDERWEAR S1.13.
An extra fine line of Men's Worsted "Un
derwear; medium Spring weight: silver
.gray; extra made i -and finished Regular
value 5LGD; special, the garment... SL1S
MEVS Sec HOSE 35c.
Mcn!s. Plain Black Imported Cotton Hosei
sizes 9. 10 and 10s Regular value
i'Oc; special, thf pair ...,3Sc
MEN'S 35c NECKTIES lc
A line o Men's Club String and Bat Wing
TIcf, n a large variety of patterns
Regular value 25c; special, each iec
MEN'S 1.5e WOOL SWEATERS Sl.eS.
A line of Men's Wool Sweaters in navy and
cardinal Regular value 11.50; special,
1 1 I
A Bargain In Pretty Pins
Attractive Novelties In Wemea'n Dress Ac
cessories -Annex, First Fleer,
23c AND 3Sc BAR PINS iec
A few dozen of White Stone Set Bar Pins;
good values at 25c and 35c; Special
Economy Sale Price, each ....iec
Who Wants fr Sheets at 44c?
-.. Yxmr desires shall be gratified if you'll trend storeward today and turn your footsteps 1 9 ward the "Domestic" aisles
"before the quantity is exhausted only 100 dozen in the lot. A "snap" for shrewd housewives and rooming-house folk who
-want Sheets and would buy those of quality at saving prices.
LINEN SHEETS, 44.
IOO dozen heavy round thread Linen Finish Sheets. Special for
Friday only, each .l
Pourty-f our .Cents
"Reorganization Sale" of Shoes ftc Populace!
Sensational Slaughter of Smart Footwear Starts Today Along the "Fair-Way"
but too many
So reorganization starts today,
week. It contains:
Sixth-Street AnnexFirst Ploor.
"Webster says "reorganization" is to "organize anew"
"to reduce again to an organized condition" "as to re
organize' an army." Exactly what happens today in
the Shoe Stores. You see, we've changed the management
there and whoever knew a manager who was entirely
and sometimes at all satisfied with his predecessor's
choosing or his methods? Each one thinks he can better
things and generally does. Each one has his own hobbies
and his own favorite lines good that's progress. And
two things happen the house takes a big loss during reor
ganization (making it up after by bettered stocks and con
ditions), and the public makes big gains in buying under
these to them favorable conditions. Our new manager
says the Shoes are the best he's ever found in any stock
Get your share of the bargains. Sale opens Friday at 8 A. 31.,
Odd Lines of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes
We shall offer during this sale about 3000 pairs pf
women's Patent Colt and Kid Lace and Button Shoes; also
some in Vict Kid and light-weight Calfskin Leathers, made
in Blucher and regular pattern, with heavy or light soles.
These' Shoes are all good, stylish footwear, but short lines that
wc must close out before inventory.
WOMEN'S $S.50 SHOES TOR S1.98.
Women's patent colt mat calf top Shoes, Goodyear welt soles
and Cuban heels. Plain toes. Our $3.50 value. I Q
Special Economy Sale Price, the pair
Also Women's AU-Vici Kid Lace Shoes, with patent tips, mili
tary heel and extension .soles; stylish and serviceable.
Special Economy Sale Price, I f5Z.
the pair '. .3 -JO
As many as twenty-five different styles in the 1
lot. 'Priced at, the pair JW
WOMEN'S FANCY SLIPPERS FOR 25c.
Three hundred pairs of women's Slippers,-in white, pink, blue
and lemon kid, in strap .and bow styles; odd lines which we
must sell to make room for the incoming stock. These
Slippers we have in all sizes, bnt not every size in each
style; the bargain of a lifetime.; values up to $3.50. O p
Special Economy Sale Price, the pair vJV-
WOMEN'S $3.50 SHOES FOR $1.98.
GOO pairs of women's Patent and Kid Leather Shoes, made
with light or heavy soles on fashionable new lasts. These
'Shoes are thoroughly good footwear, and are in very de
sirable patterns; complete line of sjzes and widths. Values
up to $3.50.. Special Economy Sale Price, I (Z
the pair mJSJ
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S FINE KID LACE SHOES.
Made with a fancy inserted mat kid scroll lace stay; very
dressy and a Shoe that will wear well ; sizes 6 to 11. OXf
Special Economy Sale Price, the pair vWt
Sizes 11 to 2. Special Economy Sale Price, I "Q
the pair I xJnJ
BABY SHOES FOR SSc.
Baby Shoes, in red and black; button or lace styles; sizes 1 to
6; our 75c value. Special Economy Sale "sf
Price, the pair vvlL
MEN'S $5.00 SHOES FOR ,$2.49.
Odd pairs of men's Shoes, in guumetal box calf and vici kids;
in patent button and lace styles; values up to irO
$5.00. Special Economy Sale Price, the pair. . . . 3J
Merciless Reduction, Prices Cut in Twa
x Smart, New and Stylisb'Silks and Suitingstfor Half
If you miss this sale you'll miss wonderful and very exceptional savings.
Ann ax Fifth Street First Floor.
' LAST TWO DAYS OF GREAT REMNANT SALE.
Thousands of Remnants of stylish, durable Silks and Colored Dress Goods go
the last two days
Friday and Saturday at Half-Price
New black silk and wool Dress Goods, in neat novelty weaves; regular $2.00,
$255, 5250 and 52.75 values, at HALF PBIOE.
TBIDAT AND SATUBDAT.
Choose Any 34-Length Coat
Suit in the House
at Half Price
A Season-Capping Sale of
THE VOTIN'G CONTEST CLOSES SATUR
DAY AT 8 P. 31. ALT VOTES MUST
BE IX BEFORE THAT HOUIU
Patton Home 357,S58
Fruit and Flower ilission 150,814
Crittenton Home 13328
St. Vincent's Hospital l2S,er5
Salvation Army 116,715
Baby Home v s,18S
People's Institute 58,357
St. Joseph's Homo for Aged.. 4885
Good Samaritan Hospital 41102
Old Ladles' Home . 18,8 S3
Volunteers of America 12,590
Open Air Fund 19,217
King's Daughters of Marshall-Street
Children's Home 7,348
Boys' and Girls' Aid Society 3,852
Women's Suits Half Price!
Prida7 and Saturday Grand Salons Second Floor.
An event fraught with interest to hundreds of women who have
heard the news from the great Eastern fashion centers that
34-Length Suits are in Favor for Spring
Advices reach us that such is the case, and our buyci' now in the Xew York market is standing with her fingers on
Fashion's pulse. Such Suits as ko offer in this sale will be worn by smart dressers thro the Spring months. The Suits:
34-lenjjth Coats, tight fitting; cheviots, broadcloths, serges and mannish mixed suitings, all wanted colore; coats lined thro
out with silk, in most lines, hand-tailored and made in perfect workmanship on correct and authoritative models. Values
up from $1S0 to $75.00. CHOOSE ANY -LENGTH-C OAT SUIT Ef THE HOUSE AT V2 PEICE.
Women's Shirtwaists for Half
A special line, embracing albatross, basket cloth, Scotch flan
nel and other popular weaves, in neat plaids and all wanted
$10 to $20 Coats $3.95
Three-quarter lengths, loose-fitting And English walking styles,
tight and half-fitting coats, Empire and Redingote models,
mannish mixed tweedish goods, beaver cloths, zibelines and
kerseys in blues, tans, grays, browns and CIS
mixtures; values $10 to $20, for ZpJvJJ
colorings; values $3 to $7.50. Friday j t r
and Saturday, to close 2 rl ILC
Luxuries at Necessity Prices
Friday inihe Jewelry Store
Pirst Floor Sixth-Streetr 'Annex. ,
35c WAIST PINS, i'tic
An assortment of pretty Waist Pins and Cuff Pin Sets, made
from the best quality rolled gold wire; set with amethysts,
turquoise, sapphires, rubies, topaz, etc Waist Pins come
three (3) on'a card and Cuff Pins two (2) on a card.
Our 35c value Special Economy Sale Price, the set. . .".10c
15c SOAEF PINS, 10.
Pretty Scarf Pins, set with finest imitation rubles,, sapphires,
emeralds and ametbysts, surrounded by four white stones;
a very popular design; a good value at loc.
Special Economy Sale Price, each ; 10
25c, 35c, 50c BELT BUCKLES, 10c
We have an assortment of Belt Buckles and Belt Buckle Sets;
all our 25c 35c and 50c values, which we offer for
Friday Economy Sale at, each 10
Leather Purses, Opera Bags
Reduced to Close
Annex, First Floor Sixth Street.
65c COIN PUBSES TOR 39c
Ladies Coin Purses, made from genuine seal andsealion leath
ery, with square frames of either gunmetal or gilt finish, in a
very convenient size; come in black, brown and tan.
Our 65c value Special Clearance Sale Price, each 39
29c FOB JEWEL POCKETS WOBTH 45c.
A line of Ladies' Jewel Pockets, for secreting Jewels and money;
made from the finest chamois, with outside silk covering and
ribbon ties, in either white, blue or pink. Our 4oc value
Special Economy Sale Price, each ....29
39c FOB 75c SILK OPERA BAGS.
An assortment of pretty Silk Opera Bags, with white silk cord
strings; these bags come in a variety oi designs
Our 75c value Special Economy Sale Price, each 39
Popular Hints in
A lot of Persian Trimmings Values rrom
ode to $1.25; special, the yard 39c
TAFFETA BANDS AND EDGES.
In eyelcjt work; special at. .HALF FlllCE
ASSORTED TORCHON INSERTIONS
K to 2 inches wide; special, the yard.... 3c
Sure to be a "Bargain
Counter Rush" to the Ribbon
46c RIBBONS 15c.
A line of Fancy Satin Taffeta Ribbons in
polka dots and taffeta moire; all colors
Values to 40c; special, the yard 15c
A Few of the Comforts of
AT PURSE-C03D70RTABLE PRICES.
A Cleaa Sweep Sale of "Odtls nad Eada"
la Dalaty Lace Curtalan at Half
Price Fourth Floor.
aso COMFORTERS J-lo
Real Downallne Comforters; tize 6x7 feet:
covered with best quality silkollne;
yarn-tied Regular value ?3.50;
special, each $2.43.
?2-0 RUGS Sl5S
All-Wool Velvet Rugs; sizo 27x54 Regu
lar value $2.50; special, each 1-S
ODD FnS. LACE CURTAINS HALF PRICE
Every one-pair lot of Lace Curtains in
the house; special HALF PRICE
Lessened in Price
?X75 LAMPS FOR f250
Hall Lamps, with rich gold frames "and
colored globes Our $3.75 value; Special
Economy Sale Price, each asSO
$550 TOILET SETS FOR 94.35.
Decorated Toilet Sets, with jar Our $5.50
value; Special Economy Sale Price. .
the set $4.35
$2.75 TOILET SETS 31 -S3.
Decorated Toilet Sets of six pieces Our
$2.75 value; Special Economy Sale Price,
the set 31.93
PRETTY" JARDINIERES HlKBly Glazed.
Our $1.25 value; Special Economy Sale
Price, each 3c
Our 35c valuo; Special Economy Sale
Price, each , 83c
Our 40c value; Special Economy Sale
Price, each 28c
STATUARY FOR HALF.
Terra Cotta Bu.sta 23-Inch size Our $3.73
value; Special iSconomy Sale Price.
Bread Kb Ives With 71-lnch blades Our
25c value; Speclal.Edonomy Sale Price.
AN IMPORTANT SALE IN KNITWEAR
AISLES First Floor.
WOMEN'S 3LOO UNION SUITS Sc.
Women's Pure White. Medium-Weight.
Fleccc-LIned Union Suits Worth $1.25
and our regular $1.00 value; Special
Economy Sale Price, the suit 6Sc
WOMEN'S 31.23 UNDERWEAR 70c.
Women's "Merode" Winter-Weight- Silk
and Cotton Vests and Tights: Vests with
high neck and long or short sleeves;
TJghts ankle-length Our $1.25 value:
Special Economy Sale Price, garment, 70c
WOMEN'S 31.00 TTteHTS FOR Oc.
Women's "Merode" Tights; white merino.
Winter weight Our best $1.00 value:
Special Economy Sale Price, pa!r....0c
WOMEN'S 50c HOSE FOR 33c
Women's Black Mercerized Lisle Hose: line
Imported goods; high-spliced heels.
French toes, double sole; also tine Black
Cotton Hose, with white double sole
Both are 50c values; Special Economy
Sale Price, the pair 33c
CHILDREN'S 23c HOSE 15c.
Children's Fine-Ribbed. Black Lisle, Fin
ished Hose; seamless Our 23c value:
Special Economy Sale Price, the pair. .15c
In Leather Goods
Flnt Floor Abrcx.
LEATHER CARD CASE SOc, WORTH 31.63
An assortment of Ladles Fine Leather
Card Cases, made from the best quality
seal, ?ea lion and walrus leathers, with
fine calf leather lining Regular values
up to $1.65: Special Economy Sale
Price, each sc
la Small Ware Shops Flmt Floor. vjy&i
Sewing Supplies. Notions. Toilet Sun
dries. Perfumes. School Supplies. Office
Findings. Stationery, etc., all undcrprlced
during this sale.
15c Can Sewing Machine Oil: special.... 9c
10c Cabinet Box Wire Hair Pins, special. 8e
5c Spool Heavy Black Linen Thread.. ..3c
15c T'lain White Nainsook Covered Dress
Shields, special 10c
25c Imported French Tooth Brushes. 15c
35c Whisk Brooms; special 20c
SOc Imported English Perfume; special.
the ounce 23c
25c Box Hotel or Boarding-Housc Size
Toothpicks; special 15c
Tjiriri S!fi "Ponrll Prhool Tn.hlftsr
special 3 for 10c m
7c Ruled, Composition Books; special. 5c
35c Box Extra Quality Fine Crash and vi
JU&llGl fiuiau rbM i rtjJCi Ihcg Ul.ll
value 35c; special 20c
5c Bottle Le Page's Gold Medal Mucilage:
special - 3c