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THE OliEGOK DAILY JOURNAL, POKTLAKD, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 11, 1904.
National Livestock Association
9:30 a. m.MusIo by the orchestra. . '
a t 8: 45 a. m. -Convention called to order. - ,
Prayer by Dr. Edgar P. Hill, First Presbyterian church.
Address of welcome to delgrates to National Live Stock and National Wool Grower' conventions; Ho,n.
'George E, Chamberlain, governor of Oregon. 0 "; V 'r : V"
Address of -welcome on behalf of the city, Hon. George H. Williams, mayor, of Portland. ., . '.'
. Response on behalf of the National Live Stock association, Col. I F. Wilson, Texas.
. Response on behalf of the National Wool Growers' association, Hon. Francis E.: Warren, Wyoming.
11:30 a. m. -Annual address of the president, Hon. John W. Springer. ; - .
"There Are Others," Hon. T. G. Halley, Oregon.
afternoon.,;. . "V-;'v.W-'
Session will be'given over to the final session of the National Wool Growers' association, to which dele
gates of National Liye Stock association are Invited.
-.l."'":' " 1-' :,-v' evening. ':. :
Reception to delegates and visitors at the Commercial cluts.
-r .T"WbbI"Gr6wcrs Association7 .
The morning-will be devoted to a Joint session of the National Live Stock association and the National
Wool Growers' association. . Addresses of welcome by the governor of Oregon and mayor of Portland. Re
sponse on behalf of the National Wool Growers' association, Hon. Francis E. Warren Wyoming.
X ; " CONVENTION CONVENES AT 1:30 P. M. 'j
Music by the orchestra. . . : . . '.. ;'
. Election of president and vice-president.
'i Address 'Points of Mutual Interest Between the Wopl Grower and the Manufacturer,": Hon. Charles
H, Hardtnar,'.iiHresldcnt.'.f0B -Kitlonsl Artoclatfon of Wo1 Manufacturers.
" Resolutions and discussions., - : .
Address "Facts About Shoddy," Mr. John B. McP hereon, secretary of the National Association of Wool
:.Manufacturers.:..;';"'';' ,' ' . -
Resolution, and dlscusslona. on shoddy legislation. '
"Mutton Sheep as Viewed from the Leading Markets;
Chicago Mr. A. C. HalllwelL ". v .
Kansas City Mr. W. H. Weeks.
St. Joseph Mr. M. B. Irwin. ;
Omaha Mr. 8. D. Parkhurst.
' Representatives of any other markets who may happen to be present are invited to address the conven
tion on this subject.
' Unfinished business and general resolutions
Selection of next place of meeting.
Adjourns sine die, , , .
TUESDAY NIGHTS PROGRAM.
Reception to "all delegates and visitors at the Commercial cluts.
Northwest Fruit Growers' Association
i MORNING. V .
9:30 a. m. Opening prayer, Rev. Edgar P. Hill.
Reports of committees. ..,
Resolutions, If any.
Address of welcome, Mayor George H. Williams.
' Response, Dr. J. R. Cardwell, president State Hor
ticultural society, .v ""y
The Fruit v Business from a Commercial Stand
point, W. HyChapin . of ,. GUfke Co., Portland, Or.
Discussion.: "" .' '" . T' " .' .
"Needed Legislation Relative to the Fruit Indus
try," A. I. Mason, president Hood River AppleGrow
ers association. Discussion.
- "The Question of Standard Fruit Products," C. A.
Tohneson.. editor . Horticulturist. Discussion, i.
'' ."importance of Selection of Suitable Varieties for
Different Locations," Prof. J. R. Anderson, deputy
minister of agriculture for British Columbia.; Dis
cussion. " .' !. ?
1:30 p. m reports of committees.
"Floriculture," Miss Juanlta Rbsendorf, Oregon Ag
ricultural college. .
"AdaptabUlty In Fruit Growing," Hon. E. L. Smlth,v
president State Board of Horticulture. Discussion.
Methods of Instruction in Agriculture," E. A. Bryan,
president Washington Agricultural college. . Discus
slon. , . ' ' : ' ' - '
"Too Many Prunes," Col. Henry E. Dosch, Hills
dale, Or. Discussion.' ',;;""" "' ; " - ;1 t
"Pruning, Wilbur 'K. Newell, commissioner Ore
gon State Board of Horticulture. Discussion.
"Walnut1 Culture," J. B. Pilklngton, Portland, Or.'
Election of officers."
EVERY STATE IN
VABTXA& ZJST OT THS DELEGATES
. ABT9 TZ8ZTOM IMSIACIS SC0BE8
or na wtOMnrxKT ta thb
AKXTUCA CATTIOJ AJTO tXESf
. Among the delegates already in the
j city, the foUowing is a partial .
' ombraces stockmen and those lnteresiea
i in the live stock Industry from every
J citato west of the Mississippi river: ,
- H. W. MAfM, Xopk; AL Dwiherty, Lo-
' smith" L.yU,2n. H. U..y. Slt U City
f k. B. AJmi, Am. rork; Juba B. Auttn, Lehl
City; Ul AiMtenon. lUnti; P. P. Auderwo,
' Kf.bi; WlUlisi Aytettr. Wt Jord.n; i. K.
Alk-n. Drapr; Georg K. Au.tln, Uhi; Heber
Eeonlon, TuytorttUle; 8. R. BcntUun, V"J.
E H. Booth. Jr., 8H Lki B. B. Blttner,
1 salt Ikei cor V. Bwkted, Klwton; P.
8 CoBdle BTt Uk; B. H. Ctlli.ter, Bait
i Lk; W. D. CtodUDd, Monut PlrauDt; N. 8.
N.IUon. Mount Flent: F. 8. Jenn, Moon!
l'lraiant; Harrold Carllile, tlty. Mo.,
: C. B. Carter, Vernal; J. J. Cumuilnga, Hfiber
1 lty; W. P. Culthorp, Vernal; Stearna Hatnh,
Valia Cra;0. r. Hatch Wwda Cra;
' Jtearr Moaa, Wooda Croaa; Wllford Day, Par.
wan;' Jobn U. Datta, Vernal; K. H. I)ala 8a U
i Fell. Of den; Arellua riurerald, Krapjr; Oeorga
1 l. Kelt Uw, Jamea FarreU. Park City: Henry
Korreat, Keuni; 8am OUlett, Tooele; John 8.
;. Kouta, Olfden; W. H. Halgb, Taylorarllle: Henry
- Harker. TayloriTllle; Jobn 8. Hacking. Vernal;
A. Hanaen, Glenwood; C. B.- HawTer, Salt
' Lake; Warren HolmaD, Ftn. Green; Jeaee M.
Harmon, froro; Gore Hawka, Bait lake City;
' Tbomaa W. Jonee, Salt Lake; B. J. Jeremy,
I Bait Lake: J. F. Jensen, Wouot Pleaaant; Iaaac
: Jmnenaen. Hyde Park: B. H. Jonea, Helton;
' William Kirk, Llnrton; B. A. Kearnea, Gunnlaon;
i H. A. Kearuea, Gunnlaon; Oeorge V. Bterenaon,
ljirton; H. J. Meeka, Orderrlliei Thomas
, Chamberlain. Orderrllle; A. V. Flndlay, Kanab;
' 11. U. Lawaon. Halt Lake; Jamea Larson, Mount
i leaaant; H, K. Linaontwe. Monroe; V. B. Llu
1 Beld, Logan: Georga McCune, Nephl; C. B.
' McBride. Tooele; B. G. Miller, I'r1; 1. T.
.' Murdock, Heber; T. M. Muiuford, Metier; Will-
lam Morgan, Nepbl; Moroni Marriott, Marriott;
1'reaton Blair, Marriott; Jamea Blair, Ugdea;
. Alma Magleby, Monroe; i. M. Jenaen, Brlgbam;
K T. C. Mercer, Ogdeo; B. B. Meek, Draper;
. John Neneker, Logan; A. J. Nellaon. Draier;
1 llerber A. Hmlth, lwaper; i. 8. Oatler. Nepbi;
7. 'Joaepb II. tlaen, Brlgbam City; W. 1. 1'ark.
Murray; John . I'aakett, Hanefcr; Edward
Bauutela, Vernal; P. C. Scorup. Sallna; Joacph
M. Htokea, Klrerdale; John H. Seely, Mount
Pleaaaut; John C. Hharn, Bait Lake City; Joaepb
Bharp, Bait Lake City; A. K. C. Smith, Og
' den; Jamea A. Baleigh, Roaette; 8. T. Ulgby,
I Hall Lake City, W. 8. Rlgby, Salt I-ake City;
t , W. Watta, Kanoah; Luther Tuttlo, Mantl;
V I. I). Voorbeet, Mantl; Tbomaa Webb, Lehl;
5 V. A, Bmlth, Lehl; Jamea L. Wratball, GranU-
- ,?nie; Joseph F. Wright. Nepbi; Wealey K. Wal
! ton, Randolph; J. W. Thornier, KayaTllle;
; W. V. Klca, Park City; Nepbi Uobertaon, "Ftn.
i Oreen; Henry UoMilna, Gnnnlaon; Oacar W.
Mori, Halt Lake City; Tnooiaa Kearnea, Gun
, i.leon; J. B. Body. Salt lake City; W. U.
.. fclildoway, Vernal: H. C. Bterena, Heoefer.
Cotuity eommlaalonera ; Jeaale Fowler, Hooper;
' John C. Mackay, Uranger.
;:- ' Idaho.
. Habo Wcolgrowera aaaortattnn; T. TUrnbnll,
S Coid. Or.: Jobn Hoffman. Juntara. Or.; f. W.
bonding, Bhoabone; F. L. Taylor, Parette; K. R.
' (iicdlna, Hboabone; A. P. Milton, Bnlae; Will
i Inm Alkman, Mlddleton; Adam Blackatork,
' ItixkTllle; Frank Mandel, Bolae; Walter R.
Ciipp, Emtnett; W. 1, Bogard, Bnlae; K, A. Van
, KU-klln, Welaeri J. Jackaon. Indian Valley;
! J E. Van Duaen, Kmmett; 1homaa McMillan,
t Bolae; E. K. BlbbaM, .Uockrllle; J. F. Kleaple,
Bolaej William Ferron, Via; John Irenuan,
' (aldwell; J. K. CIlDton, Jr., Uolae; R. C, Park
inaou, Franklin; R. W. Bteele. Idaho rail; J.
II. Olaea. Welter; Kdward Herrlngton, Rock.
llle: J. O. Moraan. Blaekfnbt: Fred J. Palmer.
Jordan Valley. Or.; A. 8. Krlckaoa. Oakley; H.
. V. Newman. Kmmett; L. Ix. Ormahy, Bolaaj
t nar lea juoyne, I, fiina erry; ueorge v. nea
;( lid, WeUer: Jobn WlllbjmiioB, CaWwell; II. O.
t wllwm. Uolae; R. iF Cook, Mountain Home;
I J. C. Bruce, Caldwell; Baut Ballvmyne,- ra'rina:
Jan Bb. Caldwell; Joeeph Once, Bolae;
in il. Millar, Bolae) Mike Mckelaon. nv
or'tj uvury ttoaa. Mountaia Uvme i J. u.
Spackman, Boive; George Oregory, Meridian;
Tliomaa Jonea, Uolae; Hart, Bpaneer; Bar
low Ferguaon. Bait Lake; J. M. Job neon, Bolae;
Nathan Rleka, Reaborg; I. Douglaa, Pocatello;
R. Ponlton, Oakley, A. J. Knollln, Kanaaa City,
Mo.; Jobn Haluea, Bolae; O. P, Bacon, Bolae;
U. R. Van Bqneer, Bolae: E. H. Teat, On
tario, Or.: P, Btreble, Bolae; i. C. Dreaaler,
Bolae; A. O, Butterneld. Welaer; Jamea Little,
Council; B. 0. Berteleou, Bolae; George New
man, Kmmett; J. N. Jacquea, Oal; William
Cupn, Caldwell: Frank Wlgle, Nampa; Flndlay
McKenale, Rockrllle: M. B. Gwlnn, Bolae;
Joe Weeka, Star; W. 0. Cleveland, Bolae: J.
C. O'Leary. Bolae; William Howell. Bolae; H. C.
Wooda, Spencer; John Hoffman; Robert Alkman,
Bolae: J. W. Webater, Rexburg; Robert Roger
aon; John Grimmett; Joaepb White, Bboabone;
George V. Lelgbton, Payette: Robert Noble,
ReyBolda Creek; W. H. Baugh, BboabM.
George L. Oonldlng and wife, DenTer; H, A.
Johnaon, Denver. '
Grand Hirer Btockgrowera' aaaociatloo; Hon.
George Yule, New Castle: Elmer Cook, Ride;
C. W. rYluMS, Parachute; Tbomaa Glorer,
Paracbnto. . . . - ,;; ,
t Arisona. '
B, 8. Gotney tad wife, Flagataff.
. ":' .''';-,. 'Xowa.
B. J, Bergeaon, Orattlbger.
Charles Wright, Keene.
- Missouri, :
Tradera' Llreatoci exchange: M. C. Ryland,
Kanaaa City; Phllo Harrla, Kanaaa City; K. 8.
Downs, Kanaaa City. American Angora Goat
Breedera' aaaociatlon: Ueorge F. Thompson,
Washington, D. C; John W. Fnlton, Kanaaa
City; Dr. W. 0. Bailey, Kanaaa City; R. W.
Craig, Macleay, Or.: V. 8. Grant, Dallaa, Or.
Deli'gatea at large: (harlea K. Leonard, Bellalr;
David Rankin, Tarklo; T J. Wornall, Liberty
H. 0. Duncan, Osborne; Turner McBaln, Co
lumbia: 8. P. Emmona, Mexico; Hugh W. El
llett, EaUU; iamea Xonng, Welch.,
E. B. Fraaer and wife.
Connty eommlaalonera: Darld Craig, Macleay,
Ptlegatea at large: Cbarlea E. Ladd, Mult,
ncmab county; William F. Jonea, Marlon county;
J. U. Edwards, Crook county.
State board tlreetock eommlaalonera: A. W.
Sale, Springfield; William Tblelmann. Arlington
HelgbU; Wlllam P. Smith, Montlcello. 0. W.
Reker, secretary Chicago Ltveetock exchange;
B. U. Trumbull, commercial agent Illinois Cen
tral railroad, Portland. American Galloway
Breedrra' aaaociatlon; William Martin, Winni
peg, Can; t). H. Bwlgart, Champaign; A. M.
Thompson, Nashua, Mo.
Connty commissioners: Grant 8. Copeland,
Walla Walla; Jobn L. Hmlth, Spokane chamber
of commerpa. - t
e- 1 , . Calif orals.
Kern County Land A Cattle company! H, A.
Jaatro, Bakerafleld; W. 8. Terla, BakersHeld;
W. H. McKlttrlck, Bakeratteld; Fred Flckert,
Tedachapl; Jobn Cnddehack, Tehachapl; Walter
Rankin, Callente; C. W. Jackaon, Famosa; C
L. Connor, BakeraBeld; Trnxton Beale, Bakara
held; F. G. Munter, Bakeraoeld.
- W. E. Coman, general freight agent Bonthers
Pacific, Portland, Or.
TaT ww Tort.
0. Howard Oarldson, Mellbrook.
T, 8. Gravel, Indlanauolla. ' ' '
John T. Cowan, Cowan'a Mllli; Bon. Gaorga
B. Selway, Sheridan.
Delegatea at large: C. J. MoNamsra, Big
Sandy; William Llndnay, Glendlre; A. J.
Darldaon, Helena. Montana Btockgrowera' aa
aociatlon: C. H. Austin, Great Falls; 0. C.
Armstrong, Culbertaun; A. E. Aiken, Glendlre;
J. A. Baker. Ulgbwood; J. A. Baker, lilgb
wood; William Bennett, Helena; K. Beack,
Augusta; 8. K. B. Riddle, Graham; J. M.
Boardinan, Oawego; J. T. Brown, Blrney; D.
(J. Browu, Great tails; G. B. Bourne, Hill; K.
(). Helway, Dillon; J. V. Bishop. Dillon; J. W,
Bearles, Helena; O. C. Cato, MUea City; C. B.
Catllu, White Hulphur Springe; RolMtrt Coburn,
Great Kails; M. 0. Connera, Bpeardah, 8. 1).;
T. A. Cummlnga, Benton; C. L. Cowell, Mis
soula; Frank Conley, Deer Iodge; J. 8. Day,
Culbertaon; A. J. Dartdeon. Helena : J. L
Txhart. Llrlngaton: F. M. M alone. Miles City;
Jaka L. Debart, Great Falls; J. B. Edwards,
Foraythe; I). Fratt, Billing; F. P. Flemlug,
Glendlre; R. A. Fraaer, Helena; John Har
ris. Benton; R. P. Hercn, Milea City; J, M.
Holt, MUea City, J. S. Hopklna, Forsytbe; H.
K. Howery, Helena; K. ' H, Johnaon, MUea
City; Con Kobra, Helena; Len Lewla, Lewla;
0. J. Mc'amara, Helena: T. -A. Marlow,
Helenas P. McCormlck, Blllluga; J. H. ,Mor,
Mllon: Joe . 8cott. Spokane. Wash.: F. C.
Robertaon. Bookane, Wash; Henry Sleben.
Ueleua; 0, If. i blockar. Great Fallaj flarra
Wibaux,' Miles atys W. B. Logan, Harlem;
x. t. naian, ueiena.
Cattle-Rtlaers Aaaociatlon of Texaa: p. H.
nii.nwui AuwuiVf n. V. naruuiKs a uisTs i
rllk; O. W. Arrlngton, Canadian; K. B. Rag
gett, Oxone: W. 8. BImpaon, Bnrlna; E. .
Baldrldge, Fort Worth; J. W. Spencer, Fort
Worth; George Begga, Fort Worth; Georga
ayracuse, nan.; uuia rarr, nan Au-
gelo; Bird A- Merta. Ban Angelo; Bitting A
Scott, Carlsbad, N. M.: W. W. tiogel. Marfa;
a. mi, xwuriaua, vnicaaana, i. 1.; a. u, Uage,
secretary. Pecoe; Claude Branch, Edna; R. 11,
Brown, Fort Worth; M. T. Buel, Chicago, 111.,
Union ftockyarda: Hot B. Burnett. Renluinln:
A. P. Bush, Fort Worth; Ben Tillar. Fort
Worth; W. K. Campbell, Fredonla; A, G. Boyea,
manager, Cbanlng; E. B. Carver, Henrietta;
Chase Bros., Dunlap. Kan.; J. M. Cblttlm, Ban
Antonio; A. R. Berry, manager, Archor City;
J. M. Coburn. McMUlen. N. M.; Kteleman A
Koran, Ban Antonio; W. D. Cowan, pecoe;
Crowley Broa., Fort Worth: Curfle Broa.. Mem
pbla; J, M. Daughertv, Abilene; Francisco C.
IeBaca, Endee, N. M. ; Devltt A Flato. Fort
Worth; J. a. Thompaon. manager, Mlneola,
Kan.; J. M. Doble, Cotulla; R. Drlacoll, Ban-
3uive; n. a, tiiiaon, uyaart; j. u. Lockwood,
an Antonio: Fred Horabruah. m.innirer. Kamuila;
W. H. Featheratone. Henrietta; Frank Tonilln
aon, Chicago: O. M. and H. L. Flato, Flrt
Worth; Fleming k Davidson, San Antonio: Dr.
B. B. Fraxler. Vlnta, t. T.; A. 8. Gage, San
Antonio; J. W. Gibson, Waggoner. I. T.; God-
lie pAlnvnlnalna &nn.n& TA 1 A 1 s .
taa. wiuuiianiuu vuAUfslu, J.1 ll(7USil BlUVM) rtlai;
Jopb V, UrMfi h Co., EdcIdkI: C. 8. Urnwa,
Hck Springs; W and P. Green wood, PI Kio;
Hale A WUllanui, ttreeoTlUe; J. J. BasernitD,
uvawVii, At, im.. , vv . J3I, AACiLs-, I, A J
R- K. HalaelL Decatur; M. Ha Iff Bro., Ban
Antonio; W. L. Hargua, Cotulla: R. U. Har
rla, Ban Angelo; Allen Heard, Carlsbad, N. M.;
R. Z Herrlck, Chicago atockyarda; C. T. Her
ring, Vernon; Arthur B. Holland, Trinidad,
Col.; W. L. Holmealey, Midland: Hoover A
Hood, Canadian; Hovencamp A McNatt, Fort
norm; jonn a. uowry, manager, Denver, col
C. B. Hudspeth, Oxona; Hut ton & Uolaell,
Mararlaa, N. M.; J. D. Hackaon, Alpine; J. L.
Johnaon, Fort Worth; W. M. Jonea, Beevllle;
T. B. Jonea, Drlacoll; I. J. Klmberlla, manager,
Sherman: W. D. Klucald. Alulue: H. L. Koker.
not, Alplnei B. C. Laaater, Falfurrlaa; Bam
Li tenia, Sherman; Perry Lefore, Miami; George
W. Llttletleld, Austin; Oliver Loving, Jacaaboro;
Lucas- King. Taylor: J. A. and A. M. Mc
Fadden, Victoria; N. M. March, San Angelo;
Murdo Mackensle, Trinidad, Colo.; 8ol Mayer
m orw., run norm; Ki, w. uercnant as Bon,
Abilene; Mills-Wood Cattle company, Syracuse,
Kan.; Tbomaa Montgomery, Mount Blanco; W.
R. Moore, Ardmore, I. T.; Naylor A Jonea,
Waggoner. I. T. : T. M. O'Oounor. Vletnrls:
Tbomaa O'Laughlln, Miami; Vail A Galea, Loa
Angelea, 6ak; J. C. Parramore, Abilene; Phil
Perner,' Oxone; D. B. Gardner, Fort Worth;
Jamea C. Johnston, Hlghee, Colo.; Price A
Keith, Addlngton, 1. T.: Kdward I. Reed, Den
ver, uoi.; v. r. lteynoioa, unanning; Ueorge T.
Reynolds. Fort Worth: Aaher Richardson. En.
clnal; Scott A Richardson, Colorado City;'. Al
um iwwi, sacLan, si. a. nueeeu, Menard
Tllle; E. E. UdeU, St. Louta: R. U. Sandereon.
Big Springe; M. Hanson. Al vera do; Sawyer
w couiiwny, uanaosn, wis.; inariee Bcbrel-
m. , nwurut, t, v. niHDiw, iauaa; j. u.
Btlnaoa, Woodward, O. T. ; Btonebreaker A Mc
Cown, Kanaaa City, Mo.; Swenaon Broa., Stem-
iotq; j, a. inaa, mecoian, i. j.; Tom Broa.,
i.uipuniiHai w. x. naagoner, uccarur; tucb-
Welder. Victoria; Ike West. San Antonio; Ira
L Wheat, Rock 8prlnga; C, W. Whitehead A
Bona, Sonera: Frank WUIlford. H.t.n u.m
VMiaon. Cotulla; Abner T. Wilson. Medicine
iiat, lanaoa; r. B. w iinerapoon, Galneavtlle;
Jerry Yatee. Red Rock. O. T. ; Toung Broa.
Cuttle company, protection, Kan. F. tturrla,
ui v vv urn w inwif
List of Palerates.
County pommiaslonera: Jobn Beeley, Mount
Pleasant, Utah; W. Foater Hlddeu, Vancouver.
Hash., Clark county; Charlea K. Wright, Red
I-odge, Mont.; H. J. Smith, Brldger; Charlea
Springer, Cimarron, N. M. ; V. L. Smelling,
Lakevlew, Or.; W. H. Wehrung. milsboro. Or";
Delegate at large: Hon. C. J. McNamara,
Big Saudv, Mont: lion. A. J. Davidson, Helena,
Mont.; Hon. William Lindsay. Olendlve, Moat.l
T. M. Madison, Pierre, S. b.f William Borst
Pierre, 8. D.; 0. J. Buell. Rapid City, 8. D.i
H. O. Anderson, Sturgle, 8. D. ; J. W. Reedy,
Btresford, 8. D. : J. Q. Anderson, Chamberlain,
8. D.; Hon. Martin Conrad. Chicago, 111.;
Hon. W. o. Gerrard, Sprlngfleld. III.: Hon.
unariea crown, y lorn, nu; Ma. John T. Cowan,
Cowan'a Mills. Va .: II. Ci. Rtfinmnl.. Rtinlr.n.
Wash.; L. K. Cogswell, Chehalla, Waali.; M. P,
Whalen, Woodland.; Theodore Reed, Moscow,
Idaho; William Campbell. Squirrel, Idaho;
ua . nrwivuy, weriiiinn, taano; V. M
O'Donel, Bell Ranch... N. M. t W. 8. Prager.
Roawelt, N. M. ; W. C. McDonald, White, Oaka
N. M.; Dra. Rlee A Rice, Little Bock, Ark.:
. .. Delegates at Xarr.
El Paao chamber of commerce: M. C. Mrlca.
El Paae, Tex.; J. W. FIsbar. El Paao, Teg.
TV. H. ) Weeka. Kanaka City, Mo.; M. B.
Irwin, 8t. Joseph, Mo.; W. H Datrymole.
Baton Rouge, La.; J. H. Shannon, North
Yakima, Wub.j H. E, Williams, iiiio, w, Va.;
L. H. Field Hugo., CoL : Ueorge Scaaeffer.
Hugo, Cvl-iX. S, llarper, Hugo, Cot, ' - . --
1 av ? v4 li . ';'. 0 1 1 i l l w ' mmuwA wwir
Corner Third and Burnside Streets
THERE WAS A PERFECT RAIN A PERFECT DELUGE OF
DOLLARS AT MY STORE ON SATURDAY.
The crowd being so great that I had to again and again close my doors for a time to give my clerks a chance to wait
upon the customers Sales were simply tremendous, but they have got to continue in order to clear my skirts of debts
soon to be due. EVERY DOLLAR'S.WORTH OF GARMENTS IN THE STORE MUST PAY THE PEN
ALTY OF MY INDISCRETION in buying too largely last fall, and men of Oregon will reap the harvest of my
mistake. THESE BARGAINS CANNOT LAST FOREVER, so take advantage of the ABSOLUTE
SLAUGHTER now in progress at the HUB. Come today and see for yourself that this is THE BARGAIN
STORE OF OREGON. Yours for quick sales and no profits,
' PAUL STRAIN.
lOWIB TXAJV TMtOWTST--BETTXB
TKAJf TKB BEST.
Bltfht now, iXL ths hamrt of ths o?ar.
ooat . saasoa w ara saUlmr ott
ooavts at las money tbaa It costs to
rar tjtam, olotli, trimming aa& prof
it tlurowa la. "... j- .
aia.S Castor Beaver Overocats, in
blue and black, lined with a good
all-wool serge in medium and long
-lengths, Forced Bale price, . 93.85 .
$16.00 Overcoats, in all-wool mel
tons, kerseys, beavers, frleses, in
all latest styles. Forced Sale
price ....... .-..fWW
$30.00 and $38.00 tailor-made Over
coats, In the rough Scotch effects,
overplaids, neat checks, kerseys,
meltons, astrakhans, whipcord.
Bed fords, 1,000 overcoats in Belt
Oxford, Burtout, ' automobile, la
all extreme novelties and conser-'
vatlve cuts, all shades and col
ors All $20.00 and $25.00 Over
coats, Forced Sale price. .. .$10.8
$35.00 " and $30.00 Belt Overcoats,
Surtout Overcoats. Chesterfield
Overcoats, Box Overcoats, s inc
lined Overcoats, satin-lined Over
coats, Melton Overcoats, chinchil
la Overcoats, kersey Overcoats,
novelty Overcoats, made, cut and
tailored up to the second. Forced
Sale price is $14.88
$20.00 Cravenettes. ........ T.88
$25.00 Cravenettes. .$ 8.88
$30.00 Cravenettes..... - $13.88
$36.00 Cravenettes... $14.88
$40.00 Cravenettes..... $18.88
$ 4.00 and $ S.00 Mackintoshes, $1.88
$ 8.00 and $ T.60 Mackintoshes, $3.88
$ 7.50 to $10.00 Mackintoshes, $3.88
$10.00 to $15.00 Mackintoshes, $5.88
Coats and Vests
Made to measure by the best tail
ors in the world for $10.00, $15.00,
$20.00 and $25.00 We bought 'em
cheap, and now we must sell 'em
$10.00 Coats and Vests, in both sack
and frock, in every slse and all
colors, Forced Sale price. .. .$4.18
$15.00 Coats and Vests, 500 differ
ent styles, mostly from $25 Suits,
Pants sold or mislaid, in every
make of woolens from tweed to
broadcloth, Forced Bale price. $6.18
$20.00 and $25.00 Coats and Vests,
in every Imaginable make of coat
and style of woolens, trimmed in
the finest and tailored the best
way, sacks, frocks and Prince Al
berts, Forced Bale price.... $8.18
BOO unclaimed tailor-made Coats,
suitable for office or street wear,
will be closed out at these Forced
$10.00 Odd Coats, .............$1.88
$12.50 Odd Coats....... ........ $2.89
$16.00 Odd Coats ........$4.89
60c, 60c and 75o Overalls.. ....SSa
Ths Forced Bale price on The
Hub half-dollar Overalls, oa the
Union ,45o Overalls, on the Ply
mouth 76c Overalls, is flfto. 1,000
dozen, in all sizes, all colors. - . '
$10.00 and $12.50 Suits, in sack and
frock, all slses. Forced Bale
; price ...,...................$3.50
$15.00 Suits in sacks and frocks,
- neat dark colors, tailor made.
Forced Sale price $5.00
$20.00 Suits, in sacks and frocks,
strictly tailor made garments
? only, in pure wool worsteds,
.black, clays and fancy mixtures,
' Scotch tweeds and cheviots.. $7.50
125.00 Suits, in fine Imported all
wool worsteds, strictly tailor
made, lined with all-wool serge
or fine farmers' satin, ' in single
and double-breasted frocks. Forced
' Bale price . ..$104)0
$30.00' Suits, in the highest grade
Imported woolens, tricots, broad
cloths, doeskins, clay worsteds,
vicunas, silk mixtures, fancy
Scotch suitings, cheviots, Eng
, llah tweeds, cut in the very lat
est styles; an excellent $30.00
value Forced Sale price.. $1880
$35.00 and $40.00 Fine Custom
Tailored Suits, in an endless va
riety of styles and shapes, every
thing imaginable ' in fine Suits
contained in . this lot, all slses
from 30 to 60, all of our own, the
Union and Plymouth finest $35.00
and $40.00 tailor made suits are
in this lot, and the Forced Sale
price is ..................$10.00
75o double reinforced working Shirt,
' double-sewed lap seams, in pretty -dark,
serviceable shade. Forced
Bale price ....87o"
$1.00 hickory Shirts, 1,000 dosen to
pick from. Forced Sale price. .480
60 dozen of laundered and negligee
Shirts, slightly soiled, in white
and fancy bosoms, will be sold
during the Forced Sale at ,..,$50
$1.00 white Shirts, in the short
bosoms, open back and front
, Forced Sale price .,......',,,460;
$1.60 dress Shirts, in both white and
colored bosoms, will be sold dur
ing the Forced Bale at .73o
$3.00 dress Shirts, in soft and stiff
bosoms, in all the famous makes,
will be sold during the Forced
Sale at 96o
Garters', Handkerchiefs, Cuffs and
the hundred and one things that go
to make up first-class tarnishing
goods deyetttntmt go at about one
third their real valne. , "; .
The best kinds only, mostly, from
the Oreat Union stock.
'$1.75 and $2.00 Shoes. -in solid
leather, and guaranteed, Forced
Bale price .....$1.00
$2.00 to $3.00 Union Shoes In lace
and congress, in calf, vtrt and colt.
Forced Sale price. ......... . .$1.80
$3.00 to $4.00 Union Shoes go during
the Forced Sale at. ....... ...$3.00
$4.00 to $5.00 Union Shoes go during;
the Forced Sale at , . .$3.60
$5.00 to $6.00 Union and Hub Shoes
during the Forced Sale at. . . .$3.00
$1.26 Slippers, Forced Sale price. B8e
$1.50 Slippers, Forced Sale price. 78c
$2.00 Slippers. Forced Sale price. 87a.
" Thousands upon thousands of -dos-ens
of the finest Underwear that
was ever shown in this city to be
sacrificed " in the next 80 days at
60c and 056 Jersey-ribbed, fleeeed
cotton Underwear, in all sizes and
shades, 1,000 dozen in this lot.
Forced Sale price .. , 83c
75o and 90o fleeced and plain cot
ton .Underwear, in handsome
shades of tan, flesh, blue and pink
Forced Sale price 38o
$1.00 and $1.25 cotton Underwear,
in the full finished Egyptian
cotton and full wool-fleeced, Jer
sey-ribbed Macos. Forced Bale
. a . . ,
$1.00 and $1.50 all-wool Underwear,
in the famous full-fashioned,
" glove-fitting, swlts Conte makes,
In blue, pink, tan, and gray.
Forced Bale price.. ........ ..88o
$1.60 to $2.60 fine, select lamb's
wool Underwear, in all the very
best makes and mills, all sizes,
all colors. Forced Sale price,. 88o
$3.00 to $8.00 woo) and silk Under
. wear, about S00 dosen of them.
They go at the Forced Bale
price of ............. $1.88
JOo Hemstitched Handkerchiefs in
plain white and fancy borders.
Forced Sale price So
15o Handkerchiefs, including . . Jap
anese silks with initials, go dur
ing the Forced Sale at. 8o
All fine Irish Linen and Silk
Handkerchiefs at one half and less.
Can you get a pair of President
Suspenders anywhere outside The
Hub for less than 60cf The Hub
sells 'em always at...,.,....S5o
142 dozen of Standard Suspenders,
60o everywhere, Forced Bale
price .....j....... , ,,.aio
2$ dosen fine Holiday Suspenders,
$1.00 and $1.60 values, Forced
Sale price 3To
If you could only realize the tre
mendous values we are forced to
give in good Umbrellas, every man
or woman in Oregon would buy an
umbrella at The Hub during this
.'3o buys you an Umbrella that
Would cost $1.00 under happier con
ditions, but we are up against it
and must sell,
610 buys you a Gloria Umbrella,
with a steel rod and frame "that i
would ba very cheap at $1.50.
; 87o buys you an Umbrella that
any umbrella man in town will ask
you $2.00 for. We must sell.
. $147 buys you a ' swell, fancy
buckhorn or natural-wood handle
Umbrella that would be a bargain
And so we sweep the line. We
have them as high as $15.00, and
will sell 'em to you under these
enforced conditions at;. t .
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We are forced to sell the flaest
stock of .Pants la 3orUaad at these
$2.00, $2.60 and $2.76 all-wool Pants,'
in all slses. Foroed Sal prioe.98o
$8.00 and $5.00 all-wool Pants. In
neat hairlines, pretty plaids and
fancy all-wool worsteds. 3,000 to
' pick from. Forced Sale price $1.89
$6.00 to $7.60 tailor-mad Trousers,
in every size and make of pants
you can think of; Immense variety
to select from. They're tailor-made.-
They'll fit you. Forced
Sale price ..... $2.99
$7.50 to $10.00 tailor-made Trous
ers, 2,(00 pairs to pick from, se
lect imported woolens, only used
in the manufacture of these peer
less pants. Forced Sale price $3.89
1(4 dosen of JOo and 26a Collars
from the Plymouth stock that son-
fllct with our regular lines, will
be offered during the Forced Sal
One ton of lOo Cotton Box go during
the Forced Sale at ...Bo
15o black and tan Cotton Sox,
' : Forced Bale price ,..8o
25a fancy Sox, double heel, soles'
and toes, In lisle Maco and merino,
Forced Sale price ..Ho
60c, 76o and $1.00 fancy imported
Socks, 1,060 dosen in this grand
lot, of imported French goods, no
finer Sox can be bought for money.
Forced Sale price , ...,33o
KXITR WOOIa SOC7C8. I V
20c and 25c wool Socks, home-made,
in gray only. Forced Sale price ISo
40a and 60e Norwegian hand-knit,
double-twist lamb's wool Socks,
in 20 different shades, Jast like
what mother used to make. Forced
. Sale price ,$xo
With two great Hat stocks pur
chased at a fraction of their ost.
we can quote you prices during the
Forced Sale that will surprise you.
Every hat the latest block, every
Hat the newest style. , ,-
$2.00 Hats, In soft and stiff, go dur.
lng this Forced Bale at ......830
$2.50 Hats, in all the new 1904
shapes go during . this Forced
Sale at ......... ......... ..$1,37
$3.00 Hats, in every shape, shade,
, style, block and make known to
mankind, go during the Forced
Sale at, ... ................ ja
$4.00 Hats, in all th- new 104
' shapes, t from all th leading
7. makers, go during the Forced
...,Kale St ..-..,.........,,,,,,12.31
$5.00 Hats, no reserve, go during
tha Forced Sale at .... . ... .$a.7a
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