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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1915)
FAT STOCK Oil SALE
AT SHOW TODAY
Choicest Animal to Be Offered
Will Be Idaho's Grand
dm. Champion Steer.
HOGS AND SHEEP JUDGED
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front I JaSo.
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r. r. c'lBam. of if'.n cisy. u
at the rarklna.
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K r. rry,::. ef Seaitta. a r'.teTed
at tho Fcrt:ae4-
lr. it. It. Wood, of faatea. CaL. la
at ta otli.
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al tfce foMiaad.
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at the M-ttonA.
tr. a-t Vrt J U Ifltl. of Vadford.
are at tbo rorUaad.
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ara at t'e Imperial.
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tarad at the farhlna.
r. . ItArrlaa. of feattle. U r:l
l.rad al the Norlol4.
J. C. Ktoalaabara-. of Saattle. la re
ktere4 at tka f.ward.
O. K. Palar. ef rteraa- Laad-laa-.
la at te Terktaa.
Mr. asd Vra. TV. T. Clark, of Kln
lay. are at the N " rt o ru a-
A. Trwiaifaet. of Tno PaUea, la rf !
tar. 4 at to MUtnomah.
TV. iL Coataa. of V-oar. R. C la
raciatered at tho Cor a ei rue.
l- and krt A. X. Jlwii are rela
lerad at the Norton! from falem.
Mr. and Mra. B. rx-rkeraon, of
Hood I'.i'er. are at the Cor nail via.
Mr. an4 Mra It. J. frOwan. of CaJ
tirr. Aibarta. are al the Nortonla.
Mr. and Mra. J. M. Ctilbertaoa. ef
Hood Kiirer. ar at tho Corvallla.
Mr. and Mr. K. O. Plaarhar. of
Hood Rter. ar registered at tho Im
perial. pa a eaiar'ad TT.JM a-ta!iia- r !
fa I'raaa la tA frat fia aaoatA af !!.
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STOCK SHOW RATED
AS ONE OF BEST
Addison Bennett Declares No
Finer Cattle to Be Discov
ered In Northwest.
lrr-ar Hat Tht Took Swccpa.akc-.
t Imposition Vln Third rrl5.
Inrmas la Allrndanc la
Noird WUh SH-rrllon.
VT ADOIWS BtNNrTT.
Our fifth annual lietock ihow la
now -on- out at the atockyarda In
North Portland. 1 apeak adldlr. for
I apent ood portion of yeeterday
CAorttn with the lamba. forecather
ln with the pis, flirtlne witr the
heifera and dlcu.-ln the fln polnla
of the ft ateer and fitter bulla.
Hay: thla l the beat how of atock
eer brouaht toather In the Northwest
the beat by Ion od-la. Not only the
trrratr.t in number, but by far the beat
in quality. Von o-isht to e the amlle
on the lace of V. II. Laukhtry and look
Into the Uuahln eyra of O. M. Tlum
mer. Why. their countenancee both
apeak of fuccra.. apelled with a lare S.
Many of the onimaia on eshlbltlon
were ahown recently at th great r"an-ama-facltlo
abow In San Franrlaco.
Thar la a Jeraey bull In our ahow lhat
took i.be cratxl aweepatakea prlaa aa
tho beat In tho Jeraey claaaf yesterday
tha animal waa Judged her and took
third. Too are. we had a couple ot
better bulla than were ahown at the
fair abow which la going aome.
aheea- Ar Declared ot Beat.
iv- -,111 soar aten orrr to the sheep
tent to allow lime 10 pr7" .
to enter ina jocj. a dii
best. 00 while ho waa baa tbair facea.
comb) their hair and manlcurea thalr
hoofs we wia talk aheep. "'eta are
Kamboullleta. Houthdowna. Merinos.
Cotswolds. Ilampshlres, Jhrpsnlre.
tvur.ata. oxforda. Uncolns and Tolaixl
China no. no. no. the latter are pigs.
Whst a blunder!
Tor sure the r- h'P n
t arloue cla.saa are animals that
all look like tha best specimens in
their various classes. I heard one of
th Jti.lgre remark that the iow had
brouaht loct:-.ar aout tn nnest as
sortment tsai ho eer had seen. lro-t-..r.v
khiv a a y a on of the tnlna
moat frmara o-erlook Is tho adran-
aa of harm on their place a email
bunch of sheep, a HutXJrr-j rw aw.
Whan I was with the professor on one
ef Me tours tnroush oreaon he neer
fAild in h!a addreaaea to advocate that
to th farmers.
Which sort of a cow do you like
b-eC Hare la the dairy daaaea wa
ha HolatalnA. Jereers, Uucrn.os and
Arabtrea. Home fancy ones, some the
I never saw at any show a rlner
ralherltK of rowa and bulls ot those
tour claaaaa than you can sra at the
stociat show la North 1'ortland right
How la this stok show business run.
how is It financed, who are the bene,
f.ctarle Th-re wilt b paid out this
are-K 111 Ova la premium where daee
It come from? Well, the etat tvs
S4) and the Portland Chamber cf
Commerce :C and the balaa- I
mad ap by public-spirited men. Thar
la no cbarce for entrance feea. no
charge for admiealon. no Income visible
save aa noted.
Mia? A 1 1 aw 4a 1 a,malt.
All the promoter and official ak la
that the popl attend In larc num
bera and I am glad to aay that yes
terdaye attan'Unc waa much greateT
than at the Tuesday of any previous
ahow of the five. It la well worth
wntle for th business men and peo
ple of leisure to go out and see the
Aa to fat stock, which la about half
the ahow. ou ouaht to see the oar
toad of Poland China pies ecu In by
J. W. ChanUler. of U Jrande! Ce,
what fine, fat porkers! And the ear
load Iota of liercforde and tihorthorns
and oh. well, how can a fellow tell all
about a mammoth show In a dwarf
space? It can't be done, by yours truly.
Then the Peninsula Band played
-Marrhtna Throush Georgia." Jess
mead, leader: Hrother I'aughlry took
m down to the Transit House to din
ner, wber Mr. and Sir. B. K. Leach
save u a fm meal. Daufhtry rtn
iongar a brother1 tried to stand 'am off.
(ailed, 1 punglsd uj eight tils, waa
PACir.IC INTERNATIONAL LIVE
"hit" yon savvy, went over and took
another look at the pics, saw a delega
tion o achoolmAms ec.trcnlnir for Mr.
I'lummer. hailed Miss Ruth, who hur
ried m- horn- In her "Jitney."
Go tlfou and do likewise and do It
CESSPOOL FATAL TO TWO
Japanese Itoy and Girl Ixac I.ivrs on
Columtila IVou levari! Ranch.
Two Japn childrn. a boy of .
yar and a ulrl of-l montha, were
drowned In an open cepool on the
rAnrh of T. Okawa, on Columbia boule
vard n-ar r"lfty-e''-nth atreet. yeater-
1 a.-. The boy waa iiaanru. mi wn 04
Mt. Sholl. and the Klrl. lllaaye. dauh-
Iter of J. Takahama. The two men. with
tnKlr faminm. had (on to the ranch
to work only three dya berore.
The chlldron are a.ld to have rone
out to play about 3 o'clock. About SO
minutea later the mother of the little
Clrl wrnt to look for her and found
both In the c-nnpool. which had been
f.oodc-1 by the recent raln. Deputy
Coroner Un took the bodlea to the
morgue. There will be no Inqueat.
LAFFERTY STAJION SHORT
Lien Put on Itulldlns tn Cover BUI
of $149.10 for Kqulpment.
Th adventure of A. W. lfferty. ex
Represcntatlv In ConRress. Into th
flliinsr station business culminated
yesterday In a lien acainst his land
lords, owner of the L-tbbe building,
where the I-tfferty flllinir station Is
located. Alleging that Mr. Laffcrty
had failed to pay 1149.40 due for In-
staillnir and fit 1 1 air 11 r the fllllnff sta
tion. It. cker Co. Iiled the Hen against
The filling station is located at log
Second street, on the line of several
lllney routes. Mr. L-ifferty baa on
previous occasions appeared as at
torney for Jitney men and their organ!
Tollc County Principals Meet.
PAIJiAS, Or.. Dec 7. (Special.)
With II members present, the Polk
County Prlnclpala" Club met In regular
session Saturday. County School bu
Perlntendent heymour presided. Sev
eral Interesting addresses were made.
Professor L. Griffin, of the Oregon
Agricultural College, took as bla topic.
"Hoys' and Girls' Club Work." Mra.
Fletcher also read a most Interesting
Don't Stay Headachy, Sick or
Have Bad Breath and
Wake Up -Feeling Fine! Best
Laxative for Men. Women
Knjoy life! Tlemov th liver and
bowel poison, which la keeping your
head dlasy. your tongue coated, breath
offensive and stomach sour. Don't stay
bilious, tick, headachy, constipated and
full of cold. Why don't you get a box
of Caacarela from th drug alore and
eat one or two tonight and enjoy tha
nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleans
ing you ever experienced. You will
wake up feeling fit and fine. Caecarets
never grip or stckan lik salts, pills
and calomol. They act ao gently that
you hardly realls you hav taken a
cathartic. Mothers should give cross,
sick, btllou or feverish children a
whol Caacaret anytime they act
thoroughly and at bar mi.. Adv,
YOU'RE BILIOUS! .
CLEAN LIVER AND
L&b X M 1 a y
VYQRK WHILE YOU SLEEPj
To the Women
NOW that the Holiday Season ap
proaches you are confronted with the
annual problem of what to get for "him."
Perhaps he is husband, son, father, brother,
cousin or sweetheart in either event-y our
thoughts naturally turn to Furnishings
the "different kind" of appropriate Holi
The Brownsville Woolen Mill Store is closing out
at Third and Stark the Third and Morrison-street
store must be cleared to make alterations for the oc
cupancy of the entire Cambridge building.
Therefore prices have been cut to the limit and
here you can make your Holiday money do double
duty in Holiday Neckwear, Men's Fancy Golf and
Dress Shirts, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs and even Hats.
Every article will meet with "his" approval, and
think how much money you'll save, or how much
more you can get for the sum you'd pay in other
stores for articles of similar quality.
Drop in some day just to see for yourself, but do
come before the assortments are broken if you
want best choice.
Men, here's your chance
brand new Fall and Winter Suits in all
the new patterns in fine, heavy Winter
weight fabrics, are going at this sale at
two suits for about regular price of one
Don't pass this opportunity
by, it will not come again, but come to
either one of these two stores and ask
to be shown, you don't have to buy, you know
Third and Stark
CLUB TO GIVE FOUNTAIN
ROTA MANS PLEDGES FINDS FOR
uwltteo C.aapletea Plana for Erect,
lag Meemsneat at P.lat Named
. . . 1 e--m thA members of
a-- trarHcallv the full
the tvoiarr -iuu .
amount needed for erect ing a
Clnb fountain on in i.ui""'"
'1" 1 .a- within a few minutea
at the luncheon, of the club at the
called for 1300. and the results of the
contribution yesierosy w. - 1
of 1-90. i - tha hlehwav
near Crown Tolnt was named the Rotary
Spring last bummer, ana t '
a committee was appointed to arrange
7 . a ...t,n - fountain there.
lor pian ivr . . . -.
The contributions yesterday were made
when M. N. Dana, of tho committee,
announced the report of the committee
and displayed tho plana for the foun
tain. . , , -
d p rjttle waa enairma.ii i
and apeecnes ,
shopping by F. C Baker, frank Holt-
kemper. I . u. urauicj. -
V. S. Pendleton. .
John Yeon gaTO a .hort talk on Rood
roads and urged the support of the
roaas. ana hii-.nlrlted cltl-
roaa levies or
sen so that the road development of
the county may
SPECIAL OFFICER PUNISHED
Tearful Scene Enacted When H. F.
Courtney la Sentenced,
ir V Courtnev. former special
policeman, pleaded guilty to charges of
robbing tha atorea of his employers
and waa sentenced to one to seven
ysara In th Penitentiary by Circuit
ille Woolen fflil Store
Judge Kavanaugh yesterday morning.
Courtney" attorney, Ed Williams, asked
that, because of his wife and child, he
be allowed to plead guilty to Bimply
larceny on each of the two Indict
ments against him. Prosecutor Collier,
"This man bit the hand that fed
him." he declared.
Courtney was arrested November 13
by Detectives Hejlyer and Tackaberry.
For months. It was alleged, he had
systematically looted the stores of the
men who hired him as a nlghtwatch
man. Thousands of articles, which he
is alleged to have stolen, were found
in his house at 8008 East Eighty-sixth
street. Courtney was sentenced to one
to seven years on each of the two in
dictments, but the sentences will run
A tearful scene was enacted in the
courtroom after Judge Kavanaugh had
passed sentence on the ex-policeman.
Mi. Courtney, sobbing hysterically,
clung to her husband while George
HurlburU chief jailer, his own eyes
dampened with tears, gently separated
them and led Courtney away to prison.
LOTTERY GAMESTER FINED
Chinaman Pleads Guilty of Running
Place Girls Are Said to Frequent.
Ah Lee, who was arrested Monday
night by Lieutenant Harms and Patrol
men Martin and Powell charged with
conducting a lottery game In the base
ment under a Chinese store at 333Vi
Morrison street, pleaded g-uilty to the
charge in the Municipal Court yester
day and was fined $20. Ah Hoy
pleaded guilty to visiting the game and
was fined $10. Ah Sen, also arrested in
connection with he raid, was released.
The officers making the raid said
that tho place was palatial in its
fittings. The officers say a group of
working- girls have been playing the
lottery at that place.
Library Fund Started at Gaston.
GASTON, Or., Dec. 7. (Special.)
Th Parent-Teacher Circle will start a
campaign to raise funds for a library
and reading-room in the new school,
by giving an entertainment Friday,
Third and Morrison
Miss Julia Hatch will give a lecture
on "Northern Siam," illustrated with 90
stereopticon views. Miss Hatch has
spent seven years in the interior of
Siam, 600 miles from the coast. She
has given tho lecture in Portland and
Oregon Box Company Resumes.
BAY CITT, Or., Dec. 7. (Special.)
The local mill of the Oregon Box &
Manufacturing Company, of Portland,
has resumed operations after a three
weeks, shutdown, during which time
they have been building a new dry kiln
and puttingwin machinery for handling
lumber to greater advantage than
formerly. The mill is operated on an
eight-hour-day basis and expects to
run steadily throughout the Winter.
The daily capacity will be 30,000 feet
A writer In tha Scientific American re
ports having observed an electric fpark at
the end of a whip when it gave out a par
ticularly loud sr.ap and suesesta that tha
nap u not ma'Ki by the lash at all. but
that it was the result of the instant con
cussion of tha air, the electric spark being;
produced by the friction of the currents of
air. the sanr an In a thunder gtorm.
Every Ulan, Woman and
Child in the world loves
Our stock is complete.
Prices $3 to $10
Widths AAAA to EE. All
goods subject to change
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