Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 18, 1910, Page 6, Image 6

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I C. H. Sproat's Exhibit at Na-
tional Show Takes Grand
- Sweepstakes.
fart that the rat-
exhibtt of last year
Bljf Delegation of nuslD Men
Hatr High Pri-c for KshihIUoa
at Spokane Howard Elliott
lionor Gart at I.onch.
FTC KANE. Wuh, Nov. IT. Pr
; rial.) C. If. Sproat. of Hood River.
Or.. Is th winner of the errand sweep
J. stakes prize of the third National Ap
'r pie Show.
The, winning exhibit, a carload of
r, Fpltxenberics. Is given a ratine; of SJ.7J
' by the Judges, who announced tha re-
suit of tha contest late this afternoon.
The sweepstakes prise constats of
1100 In cuh and a a-old medal banner.
For the second year In succesitlon
" the most coveted prise of the show
- a;ns to an Orea-on exhibitor, the
l sweepstake last year havlna- been won
i bv Troueon Guthrie, of Kale Point.
1 Or., in the Koaue River Valley. M.
' Horan. of Wenatchee. was the winner
i- at the first show.
The superiority of the exhibits
year Is shown by the
" Ins; of the winning
wu srss.
Three other carload lots were close
contestants for the arand sweepstakes
prise. These were the exhibits of Avery
' Kros.. of the Hood River Eermont Or
, eharrts. who are showing a carload of
TelJow Newtowns: A. I). Helms, of the
Rnciie Rlver-Ashland district, who Is
ehowtna Yellow Newtowns. and Bur
aeolse A Kerchell. of Zillah. In the Vak-
" I ma Valley, wbo are showing Spltscn
' berits.
It wan necessary for the Judges to go
ever the exhibits a second time after the
' storecards had been completed to de
cide the winner.
The Walla Walla Commercial Cluh
' won the gold medallion banner and 400
apple trees for the best Irrigated
trirt dlspUy. Cashmere. Wash
The two and two contest waa award-
. ed to the Ellensburg Chamber of Com
meree. The prise carries' $100. a gold
medal banner and the J. T. Pearson
trophy cup. R. H. Fortune, of Salmon
Arm. B. O- was second, winning 1100
and a silver medal banner.
Sunnjslde Man Winner.
The S2S0 prlxe and gold medal ban
tier for the best full car display of
' Jonathans will tbls year go to J. T.
Balrd. the only competitor of Sunny
aide. Wash.
The two and two contest consists
of two boxes of apples, two pyramids,
two baskets, two plates and two Jars.
Portland's big delegation of repre
j eentatlve business men saw the Apple
Show today and was duly Impressed
by the magnitude of the affair and
the excellence of the exhibits. To
night they are a little chesty, and
pardonably so. for a Hood River ex
hibit won the grand prlxe for tha
pest carload of commercial applea la
the world.
Portland Men Praise 6how.
waa sec-
It Interests Everyone Who Has
Dyspepsia, Indigestion or
Any Form of Stom
ach Trouble.
Some) sufferers from stomach tremble
have no appetite and even the sight of
food is distasteful to them. Others have
a ravenous appetite. Tha last condition
is worse than the first for the continual
overloading of the stomach farther weak
ens that or ,fan, the lood lira undirestea,
gas forms and the body becomes bloated.
The hlood, instead of obtaining nourish
ment from the digestive system, is poison
ed by it and pains spread to trie Dar,
the head and other portions of the body.
Like the other organs the stomach calls
upon the blood for strength and nonnan
ment to sustain it in its daily work. It
now fereives a supply loaded with poi
sons, or "toxins, as they are called.
Thus the) stomach poisons Itself, a pro
cess known by phvsiciana as "auto-intoxication,"
or sell-poisoning.
When this eondiuon is reached there is
one way to remedy it and that is to free
the blood Irom tnese poisons ana teen,
by a rich, pure supply of blood, to build
op the strength of the weakened stomach
and bowels to do the work required of
them. Dr. Williams' Fink. Fills combat
the poisons in the blood and enable it to
restore trie digestive organs to neaita ana
tremrth. The best proof is cure like
the following:
"About air rears aeo." says. Mr. R.
A. Bryan, of Nevada. Mo., '1 began to
imTer with stomach trouble. it
brought on by overwork and perhaps by
over-eating. There were severe pains in
my stomach. I had a ravenous appetite
but the food I ate did not dignat. My
stomach was bloated at times and was
very sore. My hack was weak and there
waa a dull aching pain across H.
"I took the doctor's medicine for sey-
ral months but it did not help me. Then
I betran Using Dr. Williamsr Fink Fills,
had not taken them many days before
I noticed a change for the better. 1 took
the pills until I was entirely cured. My
general health is irood and I have not
been sick sine. 1 can recommend Dr.
Williams Iink Pills very highly."
Dr. Williams' Fink Pills are sold
by all drUKjpsts or direct by mail, post
paid, on receipt of price, 60c. per box;
x boxes, S 2. oO. A diet book will be
ent free, by the Dr. Williams Medicine
rnnpant. S.-nenertadv. i". Y.
I. O. Lively, genera manager of the
t'nlon Stork yards at Portland, who has
seen other National apple shows, says
this is the largest he has witnessed,
and voices the sentiments of other
Portland visitors when he praises the
management and attractions.
The Portland special train arrived on
time this morning.
C. C. Chapman, manager of the Port
land Commercial Club, te with the dele
gation. A. D. Charlton, assistant gen
eral passenger agent of tha Northern
Pacific at Portland, was in personal
charge of the trip.
Tbe Portland men proceeded imme
diately to tbe Spokane Hotel, where
they were welcomed by R. H. Hughes,
assistant secretary of the Chamber of
Commerce, and officials of the apple
show. Later they visited the big ex
position. .
Honor Luncheon Given.
Two hundred and fifty visitors to
the apple show were entertained at
luncheon tn the Cnamber of Commerce
today. These Included 0 representa
tives of tha Portland Commercial Club
and delegates and growers from prac
tically every apple district la the
President C. M. Fessett. of the
Chamber of Commerce, presided and
Howard Elliott, president of the spple
show and of the Northern Pacific Rail
way, was a guest of toonor.
"I believe that the National Apple
Fhow is doing a great work and that
Spokane is to be its permanent home."
be said.
iC-ntlnqed From Tirwt Para.)
.Coast and dwelt upon the necessity
-of a mobile army concentrated along
-the coasts.
Coast Open to Attack.
He said that tbe United States Is only
. lltUe better prepared for war at this
'time than when war with Spain waa
'declared. He pointed to the unpre-
larednea of the Army as regards tbe
Pacific Coast and said that It would be
possible for an enemy to invade these
'Shores at points not more than IS
miles removed from the centers of
xost defense. As a note of warning,
tha speaker said that no one could tell
where the first blow would be struck
In the event of a clash suddenly pre
The session was called to order by
Frank B. Anderson, president of the
!erchant Marine League, with C. C.
Hemon acting as secretary. Vpon the
'motion of James Rolph. Jr.. Governor
"Olllett was chosen chairman of the
congress. The Governor said In part:
"There la nothing, it seems to me.
pf so much importance to tbe Pacific
Coast as a merchant marine. If 'here
Is one thing more than another needed
"on the Pacific Coast, it Is to build up
our commerce with the Orient. Now
that tha Panama Canal is Hearing com
pletion. It seems to me that the time
oaa arrived for Congress to strengthen
our hands. Unless something Is done
we shall be greeted by the spectacle
of a great waterway built at an ex
pense of S400.O0O.SOO for the benefit of
foreign ships and not used by Ameri
can vessels.
"An ambitions nation fares us on
the other side of the Pacific Shall Tt
be tha flac of tha Rising Sun or the
iars and Stripes that shall float at
the mastheads of the Pacific- Shall
Japan carry our mails ?
"The Pacific Coast la In need of prop
er defense. There must be adequate
defense for the commerce of Los Ange
les. San Francisco. Portland, Seattle
and Taroma with their great growing
communities and their greater growing
trade. They are In need of protection
and It la necessary that they should get
that protection.
General Morton said In part:
"We. as a people, knowing our enorm
oua resources. In men and material.
think we are perfectly safe and that
could resist the attarks of any nation.
Perhaps we could In time, but It takes
time. No nation, no combination of na
tions, will attack us when we are pre
pared. They will attack only when they
are fully prepared and when they know
that we are not prepared. But it takes
time to prepare.
War Comes Each Generation.
In the history of our country, we
have had a war every generation. Un
less there la some great change in our
civilisation, we will again have war.
Therefore we must prepare for war.
Preparation does not He In latent re
sources of men and material. China la
an Illustration of thla fact. There you
find 400,000.000 men and abundant re
sources. But what la China today but
the football among natlona.
"So I say, we are not sale. If any
nation wr combination of nations, I
repeat. Intends to attack us. they will
do tt when they are fully prepared and
are unprepared.
a- B. Manley, of Portland, was also
The following committees were ap
pointed by Governor Olllett:
Committee on permanent organli
tlon. Robert P. Troy, of San Francisco;
Senator Newlands, of Nevada: General
Charles E. Morton, Seattle: Governor-
elect T. t. Oddle. Nevada; Rufus
Choate. San Diego; Fred P. Smith.
Portland: Andrew Carrlgan. J. H. Mc
Gregor. D. E. Skinner, W. H. Martson.
n r ranclsco; Theodore Gler, Oak'
land; W. F. Jensen. Salt Lake; Homer
Lea. California; W. H. Corbett, Port
land! and Judge J. F. Ellison.
Committee on constitution, J. W.
Dickie, San Francisco: Frank C. Sav
age, Portland; E. F. Coburn, Utah; W.
H. Andrews, New Mexico: Joseph T.
Scott, Los Angeles; M. H. Robblns. Jr.,
and James Rolph, Jr.. San Francisco.
Committee on resolutions Fred P.
Smith. Portland: Representatives Mae-
Lachlan and Lea. Los Angeles; D. E,
Skinner. Andrew Carrlgan. R. B. Hale,
San Francisco; Fred Georgeaon. Eu
Many Delegates Prominent.
Among the prominent delegates were
Rear-Admiral Phelps, Jr.. Secretary
Mott-Smlth. representing Governor
Frear. of Hawaii; President Wheeler,
of the University of California; Homer
Lea. formerly an officer In the Chinese
Army, and a writer upon military af
fairs: Senator Newlands. Congressman
George A. Bartlett and Governor-elect
Oddle of Nevada. Senator Perkins of
Oakland. Judge E. F. Cnlburn and
Colonel I. A. Benton of Utah. W. H.
Andrews of Albuquerque, delegate In
Congress from New Mexico. Governor
Hay. of Washington, sent a delegation
of ten prominent men and a like num
ber were in attendance as the repre
sentatives of Acting.Governor Bower-
man.- of Oregon.
The first day of the Congress ended
with a orilllant reception and ball In
the Palace Hotel, which was attended
by the delegates, prominent citlsens
of San Francisco, and guests from the
Army and Navy.
Start Now to Do Your Xmas Shopping Make Your Choice Before the Rush Is On
Bargains for Friday and Saturday
America's, Greatest
Canadian Coin
Taken at Par
Thermos Bottles
at Cut Prices
With every 50c purchase of these
goods we give a 25c can of
"Radio," the great household
25c Pure Glycerine and Rose
Water (for chappod hands and
face), bottle 19
3oc Absorbent Cotton (a good hos
pital cotton), pound 27?
60c Imperial Floor Wax (every
pood dancer wants this wax on the
floor) can 40
Three cans for S1.00
7oc Hektograph Mass (for copying
bills of fare, school work, etc.),
can 65?
2oo Poultry Powder (makes the
hens healthy and they will lay you
tbe returns) package 20
33c Listers' Antiseptic Fluid (for
sore throat and mouth), per bot
tle 25
2oc White Pine Cough Drops (re
lieves that tickling in the throat),
package 20c1
50c Pure Mustard Grd. (for med
ical or cooking purposes), per
can ooC
25c Denatured Alcohol (just the
kind for the chafing dish), per
quart 21
Toilet Articles at
Cut Prices
50c Charles Flesh Food 35
2.5c Holmes Frostilla 14 6
25e Sanitol Cream 17d
50o Elcaya Cream 40 6
50c Sarin Skin Cream 37c?
50c La Blache Face Powder.. 33c
50c Java Riz Face Powder.. 33 C"
I'ia Tnthvmnl Tnnth Pncto 1 fj
25c Graves' Tooth Powder.. 13
:5c Rubifoam 19c
25c Cuticura Soap 15
25c Packer's Tar Soap 15c
$1.00 4-lb. Castile Soap 70
25c &z. Guest Room Soap, dz. 15?
Thermos Bottles
At Cut Prices
Take one when you go duck shoot
ing and you'll be glad you bought.
$5.75 1-qt. bottle, special. .84.59
f.1.75 1-pint bottle 2.98
$6.o0 1-qt. Jeatner covered bot
tle 84.93
$9.00 1-pint leather covered pie
skin bottle $7.29
$4.00 1-pint leather covered pie
skin bottle S3.19
Thanksgiving Sale of Sparkling
Cot Glass
We offer you choice from one of the largest
stocks of genuine cut glass to be found on this
coast. No stamped or half polished pieces in our
stock. Just the money saving opportunity you
have been waiting for. Come early to secure the
best choice.
Check the Pieces You Like on the List
Baskets Colognes Ice Tubs Novelties Spooners
Bella Comforts Jars Oils Stemware
Bottles Cracker Jars . Jewel Boxes Olives Sugars and Creamers
Boxes Cream Jugs ' Jugs Olive Bottles ' Syrups
Bowls Cruets "Knife Bests Pitchers Table Bells
Butter Dishes Decanters Lamps Plates Tobasco Bottles
Candelabra Dishes Marmalade Jars Puff Boxes Tooth Pick Holders
Candlesticks Electroliers -. Match Holders Punch Bowls Trays Celery
Carafes Fern Dishes- Mayonnaise Sets Punch Cups Trays Ice Cream
Catsup Bottles Finger Bowls Miscellaneous Relish Dishes Tumblers
Celeries Flower Pots Mustards Salts and Peppers Vases
Center Vases Ice Cream Trays Napkin Rings Sandwich Plates Water Bottles
Cigar Jars Ice Cnps Nappies Sherbets Whiskey Jugs
Artistic Water Sets
$21.00 Water Set,
$22.00 Water Set,
r-'O.OO Water Set,
$23.00 Water Set,
$17,00 Water Set,
$16.00 Water Set,
$25.00 Water Set,
$49.00 Water Set,
$37.50 Water Set,
$27.00 Water Set,
Metal Lined Ferns
$8.00 Fern Dish with silver lacquered lining, 8-
inch. on sale at only $4.95
$6.00 Fern Dish with silver lacquered lining, 7
inch, on sale at only $3.95
7 pieces $14.50
7 pieces $15.00
7 pieces.... ....... .$13.95
7 pieces $15.50
7 pieces $12.50
7 pieces $10.95
7 pieces $17.50
7 pieces $34.50
7 pieces $26.50
7 pieces $18.50
Beautiful Bowls
Regular $4.00 8-inch Bowl...., $2.75
Regular $4.50 8-inch Bowl $2.90
Regular $5.00 8-inch Bowl ....$2.50
Regular $6.00 8-inch Bowl $3.95
Regular $7.00 8-inch Bowl 4..$4.85
Regular $7.50 8-inch Bowl $5.15
Regular $8.00 . 8-inch Bowl $5.45
Regular $7.00 9-inch Bowl ,., $4.85
Regular $8.50 9-inch Bowl $5.50
Regular $9.00 9-inch Bowl $5.65
Sugars and Creamers
Regular $8.00 Sugar and Creamer $4.85
Regular $-5.00 Sugar and Creamer $2.50
Regular $3.50 Sugar and Creamer $2.20
Regular $3.00 Sugar and Creamer.. ....$1.85
All Other Cut Glass One-Fourth Off
Free A lOc Can of THORO
With Each 25c Can Sold
Friday and Saturday
Thoro is the wonderful new Toilet Soap in pow
dered form, made from fine cornmeal and pure
olive oil soap, with all the moisture extracted; it
lasts a long time, takes off all dirt, ink, paint, etc.,
keeps the hands soft and white and is the only
really clean soap. In a durable revolving top can.
This Solid Brass. Nickel-Plated Can attaches to your faucet
instantly. You drill no holes for bolts or screws $1.50
Rubber Section
Look at out Bath Mats, $2.00 size.. $1.29
Bath Mats, 85c size bd?
$2.00 2-qt. Red Rubber Hot "Water Bottle,
guaranteed .$1.47
$2.25 3-qt. Red Rubber Hot Water Bottle,
guaranteed . . ..Jpl.toU
98c Slate Fountain Syringe, 2-qt 67
$1.65 Slate Combination, 2-qt. size.. 1.15
$1.50 Ladies' Spray 98
10c Wash Cloths, 4 for 25d
Silk Hangers from ..45 to $1.25
$1.00 Bath Spray 63
German " Toys, actually imported
from across the Atlantic ocean.
Don't fail to see them.
Stationery. Section
Domino Set Free with any box of paper.
$1.50 Fountain Pens, "Voodlarks".98
$1.25 Ink Pencils, ""Woodlarks" 89
50c Flaming Pocket Lighters 25
25c Deck Bicycle Playing Cards 19
25c Deck "VVhist Playing Cards 19
35c deck Playing Cards "Woodlark"29
50c Deck Congress Playing Cards... 39
75c Deck Linette Playing Cards 29
1 doz. "500' 'Score Cards free with each
deck of cards.
Calendar Pads for "1911" l and up
Calendar . Mounts for "1911". .lOY-15
Thanksgiving Tally Cards, Place Cards
And Post Cards in large assortment.
Autocrat Stationery in new tints just in.
In the Leather Section
New Moire Hand Embroidered Novelties,
dainty designs in pale blue, green and
white ; Handkerchief Cases, "Writing Cases,
Glove Cases and Necktie Cases; beautiful
holiday gifts; values to $2.50 $1.09
$1.50 Lined Bags, tan, brown and black, in
side purse, stitched frame, special. ..79
Coin Purses, calfskin, pin seal and sealskin,
50c values, special 33J
Wood lark Prices
Bristle Goods
Come in and look at our new stock
of late toilet sets in sterling silver,
plated metal and Parisian ivory. Fine
for Xmas gifts. i
$1.00 Cushion Back Hair Bru&h,
size Xo. 1 ' 69
25c Folding Pocket Conib......l9
50c Hard Rubber Comb 39
$1.50 to $1.75 assortment of
French hand drawn brushes.
A real bargain 98
$1.50 Cushion Back double Bris
tle Hair Brush $1.09
25o Tooth Brush 16
40r Tooth Brush, English and
French makes 29
85o Horn Comb. ...49
35c Hand Scrubs 21 C
60o Cloth Brushes 47
$4.00 Howard Cloth Brushes,
genuine ebony, long handle,
for $2.98
$1.75 to $2.00 assortment of
Hair Brushes, stiff bristles
for $1.49
60c Box Bon Bons and
chocolates 39
Agents Orange Blossom,
Johnstone's Ideal and
other fine Candies.
Surprise Sale
Fine Pictures
Pastels, Landscapes, Marines, 20x30.
3-inch deep gold frames with corners
and center ornaments burnished; reg
ular price $12.00, now only 6.O0
Pastels,. 16x20100 different sub
jeets in deep gold frames, burnished
corner ornaments; reg. $5... $2.50
See Our $1.95 Eooms 1000 different
pictures to select from, up to $5.00
values, special $1.95
See Our 98c Room 500 different
subjects" to select from, beautiful
powdered gold frames, sepia and
color subjects. Your choice.. 98J
Special Offer $3.7o colored fac
similies in 3-inch handsome gold
frames, 14x20; only 2 sold to one
person. Friday and Saturday at
only ....98
Medicinal Wines
and Fine Liquors
$1.50 Yellowstone, full quarts.
bonded ..$1.18
$1.25 Guekenheimer Eye, full
quarts, bonded '...$1.04
$1.2o Clarke s bour Mash Bour
bon, bonded 79tf
$1.25 Burke's 3 Star Irish.. $1.09
$1.00 Shaw's Malt S9
$2.50 Crawford's Scotch, 20
years old S1.9S
$1.25 Munro's Scotch $1.05
$2.00 qt. 3 Star Imported Cog
nac .. SI. 69
$1.10 qt. Imported Cognac S9c
60c ii pt. Imported Cognac.
$1.2o Plymouth Gin
Superior California Port..34J
Choice California Sherry. .34
A Sale of Bath
Room Cabin'ts
$2S.00 White finish, with nickel
trimmings, plate glass shelves
and mirrored door, sizes ISx
24 inches $17.75
$24.00 Enameled Iron Cabinet,
with 32x18 mirror; made to
set into the wall $14.00
$10.50 Enameled Wood Cabinet,
15x20, with plate glass mir
ror 9x13 inches $7.75
$9.60 Oak Cabinet with 9x16
mirror $5.75
$7.50 Oak Cabinet, with 7x10
mirror t $4.75
aheep through the Winter, many Mon
tana ranchers are aeiuns; tneir stock to
ranchmen In Alberta and Saskatche
wan. Last month 15.000 sheep were
shipped over the border through Coutts,
Boy J 3 Years Old Iles Week After
Game In Brookljm.
Tacoma Boy Is Drowned.
MONTESANO, Wash.. Not. 17. (Spe
cial.) Webb Williams, 22, was drowned
today while working on the boom of the
Wynooche-Lumber A Shingle Co.. at this
place. Ue was working on the logs and
In some way fell Into the water. Wil
liams came here from Tacoma four or
live months ago.
120 Partridges Receded.
DATTOK. Wash.. Nov. 17. (Special.)
Eastern Washington and Oregon are
to be greatly benefitted by the intro-
Xtw TOliK. ov. it. As the re
sult of Injuries received a week ago.
when playing football. 13-year-old
John Fisher died In his home In Brook
lyn today. .
Slimson's Kxprnsea Include Tips.
ALBANT. N. T.. Nov. 17. Henry L.
Stlmson. defeated Republican candi
date for Governor, certified to the Sec
retary of State today that he spent
fi;!.3 in aid of his candidacy, which
Included a $1000 contribution to the
Republican State Committee and f!50
to the Stlmson campaign fund. Mr.
Stlmson said he gfcve 1-5 In tips to
hotel and Pullman employes.
Sheep Sold for Want of Feed.
LETHERIDOB. Alberta. Nov.- IT.
Not having sufficient feed to last their !
Epileptic Fits
There Is nothing more frightful in a
happy home than to have one of Its
members instantly seised with a dread
ful attack of Epilepsy or Fits. The
many gratelul letters irom sucn nomes,
after the use of Koslne. the remark
able remedy tor this dread ailment,
testify to the real merit of the preparation.
It is a meritorious article and is sold
on a guarantee plan tnat deserves your
confidence. The price. 110. will be
refunded by gkidmore Drug Co. if not
fully satisfied after using a bottle.
Mail orders filled by the Koslne Co..
Washington. D. C or E kid more Drug
Co, 1S1 Third at. and S72-S74 Morri
son st i
ductlon this week of sixty pairs of
Hungarian partridges. Columbia
County's board of commissioners has
appropriated over 300 obtained from
the sale of hunting licenses and -the
first shipment of birds arrived from
theEast today and will be placed in
the grain
fields out from Dayton this
Australia's old age pension scheme will
coat It about $1,020,000 for Its first flical
year. This amount Is expected to Increase
as the population crows.
The Very Latest in
Picture Frame Mouldings
Moldings tn antique gold, rich Circassian walnut
veneers and other new moldings In great variety
are constantly coming to us.
In this department your attention Is
and correct framing always maintaining.
directed to prompt, careful
The Lowest Prices Consistent
With Good Workmanship
Artists' material, stationery and architects' supplies. Sale agents
"Marshall" Dollar Fountain Ien. Mirrors, all sizes, framed to order.
Bee our bungalow hat racks and log cabin mirror frames..
Sanborn, Vail & Co.
17 First and 171 Frosit Street, B etwee m Morrlaosi and YasahlU.
Main 008, A CMOS.
We have the only equipment in this city for perfect
work without the use of chloride of lime for bleaching
Main 398, A 1123. 301 Second St.
-.-V . t-3
What Shall We Get the
Boy for Christmas?
Why Xot Something Instructive as Well
as Simply Amnslng.
Have you ever considered the advantage
of an Electric Motor over the averaRO
toy? There is no end of Inventions to ho
made bv the small hoy with an Klectrio
Motor for the motive poyer.
We Have Them From at.OO l p Operating
on a Single Iry Battery.
61 Sixth St. Portland, Or.