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HAZZARD CURE 15
Prosecutor in Opening Address
Tells of Death of Rich Spin
ster by Starvation.
MONEY PROVISION CITED
Attempt to Throw Oat Testimony of
Sister of Patient W ho Died TVill
Be Blow to State If It
SEATTLE. Wash, Jan. Is The Jury
to try Mrs. Linda Burfleld Haiiard.
the "starvation doctor.1 accused In tha
Kltnap County Superior Court at Port
Orchard of murdering Miss Clair Wil
liamson, a wealthy Knicllsh spinster,
waa completed today and two wltnesca
for the atat were examined.
Court ajjourned early to hear argu
ments on a motion by the defense to
exclude the testimony of Miss 1 Kro
thea Williamson, sister of the woman
alleced to bare been starred to death,
concerning her personal" experiences
while under Mra. liaxaard'a care.
Miss Williamson la expected to be
the star witness for the prosecution
and tha exclusion of her testimony will
be a aerera blow to the state. Judge
Yakey will announce his decision to
morrow. Illatary ef Case Related.
Tha opening statement of the prose
cution was mart by Special Prosecu
tor Frank IL Kelly, of Tacoma. lie
reviewed the life of the Williamson
slstera. telling how they were In the
habit of taking up with strango cures
and bow they st ent to Mrs. ilaaaard
for treatment In February of last year.
Ite said the state would endeavor to
ahow that thia treatment consisted of
a greatly reduced amount of food, re
sult 1 n J In their losing flesh rapidly.
Clair became subject to fainting
spells and periods of coma and Doro
thea was frequently delirious.
Mrs. liaxaard learned, the atatement
continued, that the Williamson sisters
were of greater meana than ah had
bettered, whereupon ah became their
manaser. looking after their financial
affairs and handling their bank ac
counts. raaace Made la WUL
-In April." Mr. Kelly declared, "the
starring alsters were remored to Olal-
' la. where Mrs. Ilaaxard conducted a
sanitarium. They were too weak to
take nourishment and were frequently
promised that they would awake some
norm.ic In a iclorloua state of health.
Mrs. liaxaard Induced Clair to add a
rodlctl to ber will endowing the Has
sard sanitarium with 1125 annually
and obtained orders on basks holding
funds belonging; to the Williamson
' sisters authorizing the payment of
moneys to Mrs. Haaaard.
On May 1 Clair died, baring; been
starred to skin and bone. No not!
" Ocatlon waa sent to tb relatives, but
a family nurse In Australia, hearing
of the death of Claire, hurried to Ulaila
and found Dorothea a living skeleton.
Mrs. Hassard aald Dorothea waa In
sane and had already applied for ap
pointment as guardian and aa admin
lstratrlx of Claire's estate."
Prtlaa4 Mas Called.'
The two wltneaaea called today by
- the stat were Dr. bllaa Van Deerlln,
' paator of Christ Church. Los Angeles.
and an old friend of the Williamsons,
'and John Herbert, of Portland, a ma
ternai uncle of the slstera Both wit
" nessea testified to the good health of
Clair and Dorothea when they rlslted
. in Los Angelea and Portland prior to
going to beat tie to undergo Mra. Has-
sard a treatment.
Tb coort ordered all witnesses, of
- whom ther ar more than 10, . ex-.-
eluded from the courtroom, but made
. aa exception of Samuel O. Haszard.
husband of the defendant and a West
- Point graduate, who has been sum
moned by the stat and who will be
permitted to alt at his wife's side dur
Ins; tha trial.
Jaurora Married .Mem.
All or the Jurors ar married men
and many of them expressed an opin
ion against Inflicting tha death penalty
. but said that nerertheless they would
be able to give a fair trial according
to the law and th erldence. Mix of
t ha Jurors ar native-born Americana,
th others baring become cltisena by
The Jurors ar K. M. KelL Navy-Yard
employe: A. H. Duncombe, merchant;
IL O. Messford. rancher: M. Milker,
grocer: W. Shearer. Navy-Tard ma
chinist: A. J. Ueach. teamster; F. T.
Ttyan. Nary-Yard clerk; R. L. Mont
gomery, farmer; G. A. King, machinist;
A. C Comment. Nary-Yard employe: C.
A. Macumber. Nary-Yard employe
Jerry A. Hern, rancher.
PRIZES OFFERED ON HOGS
School Children of State Will Be In
rited to Compete.
dALEM. Or, Jan. II. (Special.)
Th livestock association of Portland
baa agreed, under th new plan of Su
perintendent Alderman, to submit
prlzea for th best hogs raised In the
state by school children, (or the pur
pose of promoting Interest In tb cor
Superintendent Alderman estimates
that even If but fir hogs were ra'sed
In a district undor this plan. It
would mean an addition of 12,100 excel
lently classed an I mala Th creatn of
these will b exhibited at th Stat
John II. Albert, ef thla city, also an
nounced today that he will offer cash
prizes for gardening In Salem, tha
prlies to be awarded for th best year
around gardens produced by school
children of th city.
of dancing and 21 per cent opposed It,
leaving 14 per cent that algned neither
petition. In rlew of the fact that tha
great majority of those opposed to It
were upper classmen and that a number
had signed neither petition th faculty
thought best to show disapproval.
SNOWBOUND MIMER ALIVE
Thomas) White Escapes Death After
Two Wefts In Mountains.
ALBANY. Or, Jan. 18. (Special.)
After being alone In the mountains for
more than two weeka. almost cut off
from civilisation by deep snow. Thomas
White, a miner, baa come out alive and
well. Searching parties hare been look
ing for him for mora than a week and
he had been glren up for dead.
Whit left Gates December 22 for th
Quarurllle mining district, where he
expected to meet his employers.
Churchill at Cpton. of Portland. When
about half way ha was so exhausted
with traveling through the deep snow
that he took refuge In a miner's cabin
to wait until his employers passed
ther coming out. Here he waited for
several days and then resumed his Jour
ney. It required him Are days to corer
about ten miles Into Quartxvllle.
Thinking, because White did not ar
rive, that be had abandoned the trip.
Churchill and I'pton came out by way
of Foster to Lebanon before White
reached Quartxvllle. When they found
he had started almost two weeks before
State Engineer Opposes Ex
tension of Time on Benham
NEW SURVEY IS PLANNED
Lewis Co-operatlne With Federal
Government for Preparation of .
Maps for Highest Develop
ment of Power Sites.
SALEM. Or. Jan. IS. (Special.) An
extension of time on the 76.000-acre
Benham Falls contract, a portion. ofthe
OREGON STUDENTS TAKE
PART IN SENIOR
PACIFIC "U'BARS DANCES
Despite Stndcnt Petition Favoring,
racoltr Kales Against Hops.
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY. Forest Grove.
Or. Jan. IS. (Special.) After aa ag
itation of several months It waa decided
last night at a meeting of th faculty
that ther should be no dancing at Pa
clno University. Dancing baa never
been allowed In th Institution and
President Ferrtn announced In chapel
thla morning that the past policy would
About two months ago a petition
waa circulated among the students
with th purpose of Introducing danc
ing aa on of th social events of col
leg life. No sooner had this 'petition
been presented to th faculty before a
.counter-petition waa circulated ex-
pressing opposition. The president an
nounced that II per cent of th student
body signed tha first petition In fi
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Karl C. Laloarrtte. Miaa Mildred E. Bagley.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eugene, Jan. 15. (Special.) In choosing the
east for the senior xilar Droductlon of Oliver Goldsmith's "She Stoops to Con-
oner" the facultr commute has decldod upon Earl C. Latourette, of Oregon
City, to act the part of Young Marlowe, and upon Miss Mildred E. Bagley, of
Kaletn to Imneraonate Kate Hardcastle. the other leadlnr character.
The remaining Important carta will be taken by Sidney E. Henderson, of
Portland; Rex Turner, of Salem: John W. Shattuck. of flresham; Holland C.
Kennedy, of Portland; Matthew M. Staatny. of Jefferson; William G. Dunlap, of
Portland: Mlsa Emma Waterman, of Baker; Mtss Jean K. Allison, of Port
land, and Miss Ruble Hammerstrom. of Astoria. The play will be staged at
the Eugene Theater some time early In April. Just prior to the avnnual Spring
they decided he was lost and sent out
searching parties. White also earn
out by th southern route, which Is
lon-er but more easy to trarel new.
and reached Lebanon last night, com
ing here today. Her lie met his
brother. Edward White, and brother-in-law,
William Miller, both of Lehman.
B. C-. who had coma to Join In the
One searching party which left Gates
la still In the mountains, and a messen
ger left ther today t try and find
LONE DOG KILLS WILDCAT
Sheridan Rancher' Hound Performs)
SHERIDAN. Or, Jan. 18. (Special.)
"Punch." the 4-year-old hound dog
owned by F. J. Steward, a Sheridan
rancher, established an unprecedented
feat this week - when he whipped
full-grown wildcat In a battle royal,
which tested the utmost strength and
nerve of both animals. H. C R. Akin.
who Is the owner of the Hannibal
Heights ranch In the I ly lands, which
Is managed by Steward, while walking
across his ranch, was accompanied by
the hound and another dog, when the
hound dog took up a trail which he
discovered in the light fall of snow.
Tb trail finally led up to an old
burned fir snag, where tha hound
topped and bayed. Upon coming up
with the dog. Akin found that th lat
ter had treed a wildcat. Akin waa un
armed but finally managed to get the
fierce animal where the dog could get
at him. The wildcat and dog mixed
Immediately and the battle that fol
lowed was the fiercest Imaginable.
Both wildcat and dog were nigh well
exhausted when the dog, revived by
another spurt of strenth. obtained i
hold on the cat which finished the lat
ter after a few minutes additional
INDICTMENT HELD AS UNIT
.Med ford Judge Ho fuses to Strike Oat
Parts of True Bill.
ROSEBCRQ. Or, Jan. IS. (Special)
Alleging that Indictments were crea
tures of the grand Jury, and must
stand or fall In their entirety as they
come from that body. Judge Calkins, of
Medford. yesterday denied th motion
flled by Attorney Jackson, who asked
that certain portions of th Indictment
returned against Jease O. Drak be
Drake is accused of criminal libel
In connection with writing and caus
ing to be published an article. In
which h Is alleged to hare rebuked
Judge J. W. Hamilton. District Attor
ney George M. Brown. Judge John S.
Coke. Justice of the Peace Marsters.
Sheriff Qulne and numerous other
county and district officials. The arti
cle was written following the trial of
Roy McClallen. who was acquitted on
a charge or muraenng sen aianan.
Moody to Assist In Salts.
EUGENE. Or, Jan. IS. (Special.)
RalDh Moody arrived from Portland
yesterday to assist Attorney G. F. Skip-
worth, Eugene representative oi in
Southern Pacific Company In ta con
demnation stilts, which ar to heard
at the coming term of Circuit Court.
These suits concern right or way on
the road to Coos Bay.
Dallas) Urge Klectric Line.
DALLAS. Or., Jan. IS. (Special.)
At a meeting of tb Dallas Commercial
Club last night, steps were taken to
Join In tha movement being put for.
ward to get tha proposed electric line
to McMinnrllle extended through Polk
and Benton counties to Corrallis and
then on to Eugene.
Mike Dickinson Benedict.
SEATTLE. Waaji.. Jan. 11. (Special.)
Mike Dickinson.- former Seattle
pitcher, now with tha Boston Ameri
cana, yesterday married Miss rvrna
oetta Kommsron, at Ballard. Wash.
140.000-acre Central Oregon Irrigation
Company project, will not be granted
It the recommendations of State En
gineer Lewis to tha Desert Land Board
This matter Is considered as entirely
sepsrste from the North Canal contract
which haa been the bone of contention
In recent negotiations.
If tha Benham Falls contract Is ap
proved. It la asserted from the office
of the State Engineer, storage In the
Crane Prairie reservoir site may defeat
the construction of the larger and what
la considered the mora logical reser
voir on th main stream. The pro
posed dam will be Just above Benham
Falls and can bold back tna entire now
amounting In 1809 to 1.200.000 acre feet.
or enough to reclaim mora than tha
present segregated area.
New garrey Plaaaed.
The State Engineer is now co-oper
ating with the United States Geological
Survey on a survey looking to tne prep
aration of a comprehensive plan for the
highest -development of all the waters
of the Deschutes River.
Tb Stat Engineer saya that every
drop of water available at Bend should
be diverted or stored for irrigation pur
poses. He says there are enough pow
er sites on the upper tributaries and
the lower river more than to supply all
future demands, and that to hinder or
complicate irrigation development at
tha only possible diversion Is to limit
the future development of this section
This surplus water from thla larger
reservoir, he says, can be diverted onto
lands In tha vicinity of PrlnevlJle or
conveyed to Agency Plains.
In making his recommendations to
the Desert Land Board, which will
probably meet tomorrow. State En
gineer Lewis saya In reference to th
Central Oregon Irrigation Company:
Amendment la Suggested.
Tt was my understanding at the
meeting Saturday night that the board
would execute a supplemental contract
with the company relative to the Ben
ham Falls segregation, extending the
time for filing topographic mapa one
year from granting of the Crane Pral
rle reservoir right of way. such exten
alon not to be longer than October,
1115: thia promise of tha board being
conditional upon finding no objection
after an examination of the Benham
I hare looked over the Benham Falls
contract and would Ilka to see one sec
tlon amended at this time, if the ex
tension is granted. I refer to section
12. wherein he compsny Is glren a
Si-year franchise for th derelopment
of power through the Benham Falls
Canal. Ther Is. of course, no objec
tion to th company's developing powder
during the Summer, to tne extent tn
water la used through the canal for
irrigation, but they should not be per
mltted to run their water through the
canal during the Winter aeaaon; first.
because every drop of water not dl
rerted for irrigation In th vicinity of
Bend, can, and should be stored in
reservoir above for irrigation purposes;
second, because such power right If not
limited to the wster conveyed for Irri
gation during the Summer Is largely
I- direct conflict with the rights of the
settlers under the project who will de
pend upon the Winter storage for the
next season's use; and third, because
It should be the policy of the board to
see that the waters or tne uescnutes
River be put to the highest use. There
is an abundance of water power In that
section where Its development will not
conflict with irrigation.
Extension la Opposed.
"I am opposed to any extension of
the Benham Falls contract, because the
company admits Its Inability to do any.
thing towards the reclamation of this
75.000-acr tract, unless It Is so for
tunate aa to aell the contract to some
one who can handle the same, or until
after tha completion of lis present proj
ect near Bend. ' under transportation,
financial and other considerations at
tha time when thla company may be
able to undertake reclamation, a more
favorable contract might be secured by
"Such extension may defeat the high
est use of th watera of tha Deschutes
River, in that the remaining unappro
priated waters may not be sufficient to
warrant tna construction or the most
logical storage reservoir In tha Upper
Deschutes River Basin.
"This department is now co-operat-
Our January Sales give the
same chance of economical
buying in the boys' depart
ment as in our men's stock.
Parents will surely profit
largely in outfitting the boys
at this store.
Is the final reduced price on
Boys' Overcoats, Raincoats
and Suits, in all sizes; this
season's garments; regular
sellers up to $10. See window
166-170 THIRD ST.-
ln- with the United States Geological
Survey in a survey of the entire Des
chutes River Basin with the view to
l-sulng a Joint report on the water
power and Irrigation possibilities of the
region. It Is expected that a definite
policy , for systematic development can
be outlined. For this further reason I
would recommend that the state's
handj be not unnecessarily tied -at thia
time through an extension of time."
EGGS TO BE DISPLAYED
O. A. O.
TO SHOW BEST WAY OF
Cold Storage and Fresh Product to
Be Compared by Giving: Them
Cooked to Visitors.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE. Corrallis. Jan. 18. What
promises to be one of the most
unique and Interesting features of
farmers' week, which starts on Feb
ruary 6 at the Oregon Agricultural Col'
lege, is the special egg show. Poultry
shows are held throughout the conn
try In large numbers every year, but
the egg shows, although seemingly of
more importance, are uncommon.
The egg show will be held on Feb
ruary S In the new stock Judging pa
vilion, but special lectures will be
given on the subject several times a
day during the whole of th farmers'
Eggs of every size and age will be
exhibited and th visitors to the show
will be personally Introduced to all
the Intricacies and changes between
the absolutely fresh, the strictly fresh
and the fresh eggs. Dllspltated. tum
ble-down, moss-covered, Insect-Infested
henhouses will be contrasted with tha
up to date though cheap plant, with the
clean yarda and bouse, with the abund-
tance of fresh water and the methods of
feeding. The output of these two plants
or In other words the egg production,
will be exhibited.
The difference between th cold stor
age eggs and fresh eggs will be demon
strated. Eggs of both varieties will be
cooked in the presence of the specta
tor, who, afterwards, will be allowed to
sample both eggs and thus find out
personally what the difference really
Demonstrators will attempt to show
the advantage of clean eggs, sorting
both aa to slse and to color, and sci
entific methods of packing.
OREGON'S CHANCES GOOD
Hawley Xrgea Big Appropriations
for 'Western Waterways Projects.
V OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU', Wash
ington, wan. is. representative Jiaw
ley today appeared before the House
rivers and harbors committee and
made an hour's argument In favor of
liberal appropriations for commer
cial waterways In Western Oregon.
While the committee held out no
promises, Mr. Uawley received unof
ficial assurance that If tha river and
harbor bill Is reported, all amounts
recommended by tha chief of engineers
for projects now under construction
would be incorporated, and this will
hold good with regard to Columbia
River projects not in Mr. Hawley's
district, aa well as to those along tha
The aggregate amount of appropria
tions that will be allowed for new
projects has not been determined, but
tn view of Hawley'a showing that lo
cal communities In Oregon are pledged
to raise 21.700.000 to aid in defray
ing the cost of various proposed im
provements which have been approved
by the engineers, members of the
committee intimated that auch proj
ects would probably b glren prefer
Oregon, In this respect, has taken
a position In advance of most other
states, and the committee la disposed
to aid these communities which are
Interested to th extent of contribut
ing materially to the cost of Improve
COLLEGE LAND SUIT TRIED
Trustees of Albany School Would
Sell Present Property.
ALBANY. Or.. Jan. !. (Special.)
The suit brought by the board of
trustees of Albany College to quiet the
title to the land on which the campus
and buildings of the college are situ
ated was tried before Judge Galloway
In the State Circuit Court here today.
The defendants in this suit ara the
heirs of Rev. William J. Montelth. who
donated the present campus to the col
lege when It waa founded.
The board of trustees has purchased
tract of 28 acres lying southwest of
the city on which they desire to estab
lish a new campus and erect a com
plement of new buildings. It Is ac
cordingly their desire to sell the pres
ent campus, a tract of about six acres,
lying in tha southern part of the city.
This suit was brought to clear tna
title preparatory to a sale of the pres
ent casnpus. It Is being contested or,
OPEN A MONTHLY ACCOUNT WITH US
Two Special Dayi
TODAY AND TOMORROW
In Which You Can Supply Your Needs at Special Clearance Prices
Clearance Sale of Pure Drugs
10c Mixed Bird Seed,
25c Witch Hazel, bot
25c Glycerine, bottle,
25c Olive Oil at 19
25c Sweet Oil, bottle 19
40c Witch HazeL bottle 33
10c Cocoanut Oilr bottle. .. . 7
25c Cocoanut Oil, bottle 19
25c Fid. Ext. Cascara, bot 19
25c Th Ext. Cascara Arom., 19
25c Silver Salt, package... 5
25c Water Bug and Roach Pow
der, can Of
25c Mustard, can at
25c Ginger, can,
10c Ginger, can, 7
10c Allspice, can 7
10c Pepper, can, 7C
10c Chalk and Orris,
package 6 .
15c Cream Tartar,
package . ...llf
25c Pipe Clay, pack
10c Prepared Chalk,
7S 10c Cayenne, can ..7 5c Prepared Chalk, package, 3
10c Cloves, can 7
10c Mustard, can.., 8
10c Thyme, can 5
10c Marjoram, can 5
10c Sage, can 7
10c Chalk and Wintergreen, pkg.
at only 6
10c Powdered Alum, package, 7
15c Lump Borax, package.-.. Oa
10c Lump Borax, pkg 6
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Water Bottles, Fountain Syringe and
Combination Bottles, red and maroon
rubber the dependable sort at lower
prices than ever before.
$2 3-qt. Water Bottle, guaranteed, $1.09
$1.25 2-qt. Water Bottle, guaranteed 76c
75c 2-quart Water Bottle 59c
$2.00 2-quart Water Bottle and Foun
tain Syringe $1.33
$1.25 2-quart Red Fountain Syringe 83c
$1.00 2-quart Fountain Syringe 59c
$1.25 Ladies Douche. 89c
50c and 75c Rubber Sponges 39c
Small Rubber Sponges, each 10c
$2.50 Linen Towels, fine quality. .$1.69
$1.75 heavy Christy Bath Towels, $1.10
$1.50 heavy Christy Bath Towels 89c
35c Bath Towels . . . . . ... ... 19c
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Two days' sale of fine Tooth, Cloth and
Hair Brushes; also Ladies' Combs. Our
usual low prices are further reduced for
Friday and Saturday selling.
$1.00 Clothes Brushes (assorted) . . .73c
35c Tooth Brushes, guaranteed 27c
$1 Hair Brushes, 6 different styles, 79c
$4 -Parisian Ivory Hair Brush, fine
white bristles, set in rubber; extra
50c Parisian Ivory (coarse and fine)
Comb priced at 37c
25c Ladies' Hard Rubber Combs 19c
25c Nail Brushes 15c
Clearance Sale of Medicinal Liquors
Our liguors are aged and of guaranteed purity; their use is recommended in the case of invalids and con
valescents; aiso as a 6iimuiani ana roue.
$1.60 Old Kellar Bourbon, full
quart bottles in bond, 8 years
75c Old Kellar, pints....:. .59
$1.00 Hunter Eye ...89
$1 Chicken Cock, bonded, 8 years
$1.00 Carlisle Whiskey 79
$1.50 Imported 3-Star Cognac
$1.50 Imported Cordials and
Wines, including Port, Sherry,
Dubonet, Rhine Wine, Kummel,
Apricot Cordials, Swedish
Punches and others. Friday
Saturday Bale price.... $1.23
50c imported Sherry Wine, pints,
at only 34 $
50c Duroy Non-Sparkling Wine,
75c Best California Port, Sher
ry, Madeira, Reisling and Sau
. terne 48
CLEARANCE SALE OF
$1.25 SANITISSUE SET 69c
"Balsam Sanitissue" Toilet Paper Set,
consisting of Porcelain Holder, value $1,
and 3 rolls Balsam Sanitissue, value 25c
Clearance Sale, holder and Paper
1 doz. rolls "Sanats" Toilet Tissue, 57c
1 doz. rolls "Oneida" Toilet Tissue, 37c
1 dozT pks. "Prince" (square) Tis
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Odds and ends to be found in our .
Corkscrews, Shaving Brushes and
Shaving Mugs, values to $6.00, your
choice, while they last 98c
$10.00 Sterling Hand Mirrors $1.98
$17.50 Derby Silver Shaving Stand,
Mug, Brush, Cup and Holder for
Gillette Razor, last chance at . . . $4.33
Assorted Fancy Clocks, values to $5,
Clearance Price $1.48
Clearance Sale - of Patent Medicines
Today and tomorrow the follow-
You can buy patent medicines here every day of the year at cut rates,
ing are reduced still more:
75c Therox 52
85c Mercolized Wax 64
75c Saxolite 52
50c Canthrox 32
10c Harlem Oil 5
50c Bosanko's Pile 32
60c Dodd's Kidney Pills... 29
50c DeSanctis Rheumatic and
Gout Pills 33
$1.00 Salvitae 73t
$1.00 Fruitola 80
$1.00 Stuart Dyspepsia Tablets,
25c Carter's EL & B. Tea 15
50c Celery King Tea 29
60c Danderine 29
$1.00 Chamberlain's Cough.. 67
$1 Foley's Honey and Tar Cough,
$1 H. H. H. Horse Medicine 69
$1.00 Neoferrum 75
$1 Cooper's New Discovery 65i
25c Wright's Silver Cream 17
$1.00 Kaufmann's Sulphur Bit
50c St." Jacob's Oil." . '. 31
$1.00 Alkalithia 83
50c Jaynes' Vermifuge -32 &
25c Sal Hepatica 13
50c Listerine .31
60c Pape's Diapepsin 33
$1.00 Carlsbad Sprudel Salts, im
60c Bromo Seltzer 33 e
$2.00 Succus Alterans ...$1.41
25c Laxative Bromo Quinine 15
25c Castoria 20d
60c Kondon's Catarrh .38
25c Cascarets 17?
CLEARANCE SALE OF
No matter what you pay for Toilet Sup
pliesour prices will always be found
25c Bathasweet, 2 for. ....... . . 25c
50c Pebeco Tooth Paste 29c
25c Holmes' Frostilla, 2 for. . .25c
25c Sozodont 16c
25c Listerine Tooth Powder 17c
Abbott's Saline Laxative
It never gripes 25c, 50c and $1 sizes,
reduced to 19c, 39c, 79c.
Fancy Walking Sticks and Canes,
Sterling Silver Tips, values to $2.
Clearance sale 89c
LET US DO YOUR PHOTO DEVELOPING AND FINISHING.
EXPERT WORK GUARANTEED.
Woodard, Clarke & Co
the rround that under the terms of the
Klft of the land to the college the-ln-itlta-tion
cannot eU It. The college
authorities maintain that they can ell
o long; as they use the proceeds of the
sale for educational purposes.
JAPANESE WIFE PLAINTIFF
Restoration of Maiden Xaine Part of
Oregon City Divorce Suit.
OREGON CITY. Or.. Jan- 18. (Spe
cial.) Asking- to have her maiden
name restored, which Is the same name
she bears as a married woman, was a.
feature of a. suit for divorce filed here
today by Aklyo Shlgemorl against M.
Shigemori. The couple were married In
Hiroshima, Japan, In February, 1899.
and according to the law of that coun
try the husband assumed the wife's
name. She was Miss Akiyo Shlg-emori,
and after her marriage became Mrs.
Akiyo Shig-eraori. The plaintiff alleges
that her husband has been cruel to her
and while they were living- in Wllson
ville. Cal- June 20, 1907. he stole $165
from her and spent It buying whisky.
She asks the custody of their 8-year-old
daughter. Shizu. and their 11-year-old
Youffee Far re 11 sued William B. Far-
rell for divorce, alleging cruelty. They
were married In Galena. Kan.. April 4.
1S97. The plaintiff says her husband
falls to support her and she had to earn
her own living. She says she s will
ing that the defendant be given the cus
tody of their 12-year-old son, Samuel S,
. BRING AJIEXPERT
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pianos sow on sale in our exchange de
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cal comparison Easy terms. Sherman.
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