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THE OREGON DAILY JOUIAU rC.JlND. PHIDAY EynIO, rZZUARY CX
CF GRATiD OLD HEN
"If Wants Unanimou Con-
wilt to Killing Me t Object,"
v ; Save CannonV v ; .
HENRY CLEWS. THINKS-
PAST FORTY'S THE PRIME
OctofirenafiaiY Senator Pettus
Saya That Hia Best Years '
; - Are the Last Thirty;
(jnoraal'Spertel Bervlrs.) .,
-. New Torn. Kb. ti. Professor WHV
1a.m. Osier's declaration that ; a. : man
' . above 49 ia practically useless, and on
' : g. (a so utterly- worthleaa that It
' -' tollman for done of chloroform to bt
administered la declared a false theory
by many. gojne vlewe expressed are es
fallows: - - I
.... Dr. Nicholas Marry Butler, president
;of Columbia: "Dr.-. Oaler himself la
'much beyond 4 and hla work today ia
much better than ever before.-'
Henry Clcwa: "It erems to me some
thing tight to be dona to a m Ilka
toaler. No man fit for great work
In the world. until after bo la 40."
' A abeetai to the Herald from WuV
'tag-ton ears that veteran statesmen make
Interesting comment on the remarkable
statement or IToreoeor, ueier, aa iat
lllI! J. - " -' :
1 Speaker Cannon. aged "I have
.reached .three aeora years and some thing
over and am still frisky. IP Oaler re
quires unanimous consent to put his re-
markabla theory Into active operation,
I object. : A man la aa old aa Jta-Xeela,
: ;and T. am ft and fnaky every day In
Hh year." -
Senator Pettga..o: 'Whr. bleee your
aoul, the beat work J ever did In
. life waa after SO."
Senator Teller, sed Til "I have more
BPrloue"matters to consider than tHe
utterances of Oaler."
Representative Payne, axed It; "1
hardly concur in Osier's statement that
in .man la not worth- much after 40.
would suggest that .Roosevelt, who la
' . B . -.111 . k. . . 1 '
;e, in luu wvrui m. im u'i. .
; Senator J...C, Burrows, aged II: 1
think anyone who saya that a man
ahould be chloroformed ' when .ha is 10
aa reached the point where 'ha should
' be chloroformed himself, and without
..delay. . -i. i
Allen I wis' Best. Brand.
SUED FOR, VIOLATION !.
- v I OF A HOP CONTRACT
f' - (SpeeUlIstopatck te The loarael.) "
..' :'- Salem, Or., Feb. 14. CaUin Linn,
' -.hop buyers of this city, yesterday filed
damage auk against .8. W; Jones -of
Brooks, in the sum of 12,025, for vio
lation of-av eontmct for the delivery of
: .16.000 pounds of hops last Tail, The
.contract price was 17 U cents a pound,
. but by the . time the bops were to be
- ' delivered the price had advanced until.
. It la alleged, they- were worth It cents.
ijones- failed - to - deliver at -the time
""iT;spectnd and the suit la brought to re-
coveftha total amount of difference be-
jtween the contract price and tne market
.value, which. It la alleged, la 12,02ft.
Worry Goes ; :
I f To The Stomach
Teandown the little Telep-ap Lines
; .'.that Operate and control tbel ;
' Digestive Procesaea. '
How To Repair These Tele-
I Wffl Sladly CHve Any Itrnkek Bmf fmr a ratt
ItaUar's Worth ef Hy'SeaMay
Vive te Try. . ?
- ae seeaiity.
Dotbtuf to per. eltlier
Any itoaut nfrcrer who Ouee
, There le ootbing te rMi Dothi
'. saer er Mtr.
at know sir rrowdr may keve a fall oolUr's
..worth tnr. If h axvely writM d4 sake.
I wllUnlr auk this liberal of fw kua. Sr.
, JUMop'e kalmlln la not aa erdlaary etoauch
rrmr4j. It dvca hot. tndard, treat the a to ouch
1 ;tarlf. It eoce haread It treau the imvtm that
i enntral ana oprralr the atonarh. The nrrrra
; that wear eat and brvak aowa and CAIJUI
i I atoeiarh troobla. Vvt atnaiach trouble la really
of! J . a sramtoiB that tara la
' ; traeblt laalep. That la way erdiaary rraMdlfe
. . , all. That Is whr mt rmlr aacrrvaa. That la
i -abr I raa afford to asaka this offer..
7 . Yrt da sot -Bleuridrratand aw whB t ear
. '"rrTaa." I do am awea tba arva ytm erdl
aiilf talnki-rahml 1 awaS'taa aotoawtlc
i.'ui. . m, , , wtt WTO-Tfa laine aaa m
' avatrol. I tare not the apace hare to eiplala te
rn now id ei " aoairoi im aisaurh. or how
't - m.t I 1 will mn4 roe a book wktck will stake
- i tbaea BobiU rWr Hat thla aaark la --ttm
; ' ; alllnf mtth rana all foraia of aloaiack
' traeiiwnt wladr that. So ethr rasM-dy thaa
- ii. raoop a uaaaoMtre evea qui ma u reach
' , .' thaae Dfrrre. "s
, What alia the etinaarh narvaat 'Worry." pre
.C: ' bablr. alafital aaanlaai rinlnri thlv tin. Ak.
.ana tears dowa tat. talrarash llsrs wttbuut
- which tha atoeiarh baa ao ator aalf marmi tkan
' 'i ' hahlta will o It. OrercaUBS til do It. lMaai.
. - '. H 1 1 n Ht I. . tk. - I. -
- ' .' J i -atoeiarh falhira.
' ( ' No aaattrr how thaaa eantaa barerea ImDairrd
a. , 4. I. know a way to rrhulld lh.tr trnlh to
at.we tr thtot. it m a ramadjr whlrh took
a ma eomn)lt).e la eaora than a atilllea
. hoawe aa lir-ooop'a Haainratlr.
If roe bar atemarh trouble aod hare orrrr
! trld my trmntf. mtmlj writ aad aak. I will
-a4 toe ae eroar en your drnaelat whlrh ba
-twin erept aa (ladlr aa b Woald awept a doi-
n. win ma jam inin nia aaeivra a atand
'tblrt raara of tas fife to parfact a raBMdf
la eow Knows ta more than aftr tbov-
1 erd ataad bottle of my nnarrlutionT and ha will
V -. Aend tba bill ta bm. That of frr la mad only te
'trans-ore te air r.modT. Tboaa who have aeon
'. twd the ItrataraUr Be aot Brad tbta aatdeara.
, There era Bo eoodlttoee ae rrenlrrawnta. It
-. ' : la enee and frank aad fair. It la the enprtme
- - teat of sty HmilffMi baHaf. - an that 1 aak
.'Um to do le te mrUa write today.
' Faf S fraa erdar for
. a faU dollar bottle
fas weat addrvae
r. Sbaop. Hot h STt.
jianae, wia. etate
Konk 1 ee
Booh I ee tba Heart
Honk ae the Kideawa.
Book 4 for Women.
Hook t for Men.
.wklrw book yea wast. Bank ea kaoaaaatlaa.
. MIM ran ere eftea eared by a alnsle bottle.
; roe aale at forty Lkowaaad dreg sueea.
SHERIFF BREAKS IN ON ;
! i BOISTEROUS SUITOR
' r ejajiBBtnwannnBja !
. . UearDBt Special Service.) ' -San
Bernardino, Cal.. Feb. '21
thirr P. Thomas. Jd In JaU at Riverside,
havtnav attempted with a revolver to
frighten pretty Mlaa Clara vVa.Ua, an
instructor ofttctn in the public
schools, into marrying- him. M las
Waits appealed ta tha aharlnTn office.
and-the rlty marshal, for protection
earing that Thomas' was making Ufa
unbearable by forcing his attentlona
ODon hen The aheriff and marshal con
coaled themselves in the young lady'a
room" and It was not long .before
Thomas entered. Taking a large i re
volver from. - hla pocket and 1 laying il
apon the table, he reiterated th.de
mand that she marry him.. '
Do you sea that gun." Skid Thomas.
"I am desperate. I lova you and In
making thla matrimonial offer I am In
The Officers were so- close behind the
thin curtain that they could almost
touch his shoulders, but not wishing
to causa a arena in the young woman'a
preaenoe, they let him rant. Finally
hs picked up the revolver and ex
claimed: "V ' ' '-''
'111 give you three days to decide If
you'll not marry me; . .we'll dta . to
gether." -'.' ' - - ' -
Then he left; On gaining, tha street,
ha waa arrested. , ...; .. , . .
NO EMERGENCY CLAUSE '
. IN NEW SCHOOL LAWS
. (Special DlnpaUk te Tha JoemaL)
Balem. Or.. Feb. 14.aProt 1. H. Ack
erman, state superintendent Of public
Instruction, has been flooded with let
ters during tha last few day Inquiring
about the now school lawa and whan
they would go Into affect. -, : -He
announced today that none of tha
hills relating to schools bora emergency
clauses and he ace will not go Into effect
atil May Ik. He Is now preparing a
circular, which will contain all tha. lawa,
which will bo ready for distribution to
all achool cfKoara before that data,.
Multnomah Hat fort 905.
1 ertrntlla Mum Kan kaaa vorflnal
change la tha "Multnomah'- soft hat, the
derby baa remained about tne same, ex-
oept thla year it has a full, round
crown, , with a heavy, three . quarter
D'Oraay curl. Tba most popular dimen
sions will be it crown by 1 or 2
brim, medium flaVaet." said Mr. Prank
Waters, who ' has charge of the 'hat
department for Samuel Rosenblatt at
Co., whose spring announcement ap
pears on. another page of thla Issue.
Mr. Waters is not only a hat salesman
but a practical "hatter, having learned
tha trade-thoroughly In the factories of
tha east. - The "Multnomah" .' hat la
made - especially for this Arm and ac
cording to. their Ideas of what a bat
ahould be.- v ' -. . "; .
"Kvery hatter." aaid Mr Waters.
"ahould have a fair stock of light color
In sufficient variety to meet a demand
which la aura to exist this Season. . The
lateness of Baster thla year will help
the spring; trade generally, color trade
la particular, -by apreavdlng the early
trade over longer period and bringing
the Easter rush at a time when brighter
head wear will harmonise with the sing
ing tiirda ana the swelling of - green
bads." v.- .. ..
: - WOMEN'S CLUB ACTIVE
- ' (SpVeiai IHopateb at The Joarnal.) S.
Forest Orove, Or.. Feb.. It. Mrs.
Hogs and Miss Frank Ballsy, who were
appointed to coaaplete. the rrangements
concerning the place for the exhibit of
Waahlngton county with the authori
ties of the Lewis aad Clark fair, have
eeeored a large speoe' trf the -Agricultural
The women ef the Lewis and . Clark
club are very active not only at home
but- are organising ether clubs. Boms
of the members of - the Forest , Orove
club, have been Instrumeritat In organ
ising a. large dub -at Gaston. Tbeee
oluba expect to furnish besides good
hlblt . all kinds of - flowers and
bouquets, and looking toward Xhls end
the - women are furnishing many , va
rieties of seeds t. the people.
The 1 university authorities have a
photographer - from Portland at - work
getting views of the -buildings and
campus which, with the specimens of
the worsvwlu be part of the aohool
exhibit .-'.-.- ,
FIREMAN IS KILLED 4
!N PLANING MILL FIRE
. (Joernel Special serrlra.) ,
Milwaukee, Feb. 14. Fireman Wil
liam Morgan waa killed aad Ave others
Injured by a fire which today partly de
stroyed the planing mill of. the Interna
tional Woodwork company. .-. The - loss
waa ISO.eoo. -A.- .-t .?,
... PBxrAmrjra oatboxibm. -
(Jesrsel SpeeUl Servioe.) j.. -
Cincinnati, Feb. 34. A number .of the
moat prominent . Methodlata, North and
South, are in Cincinnati today attending
a meeting of the catechism commission
of the two Methodist Episcopal churchea.
i ne wore or tne commission, is tba crea
tion of junior-a nda senior catechism
and an order ef worship to be -used by
the Methodist churches North and. South.
The northern members of the commis
sion are Bishop John M. Walden-of Cin
cinnati. Blahop 8. M. Merrill, Rev. Dr. J.
W. Jennings of Omaha,. Rsv. Dr. W. V.
Kelley, .editor, of tha Methodist Review;
O. -W. Harrla. superintendent- .pf the
Jacob Tome institute, and Frank Brown
of Brooklyn. - v -
The southern. Methodists of the com
mission ore: . Bishops W. W. Duncan and
A. Ce Smith. Dr. J. J. Tlgert of Nash
ville. Rev. J. O. Wilson of Greenfield. 8.
C Rev. J. R. God bey of Arltanaas, Prof.
O. E. Brown of Vanderbllt university,
and Prealdent R-'K. Blackwell of Ran-dolph-Macen
college.' ' "r'
(Joareal Bpaetal Sarrloe.) . '
Jackson. Miss., Feb. 21. The most lm
portant matter te be conaldered and
acted upon by tha Masonle Grand Lodge
of Mississippi, now in session here, is
the' selection of a location for the Ma
sonlo home, for which funds have been
In process of collection for some time.
A number of the principal cltlee of the
state are desirous of securing the home
and a spirited contest la looked for be
fore a final dedaton la reached In the
matter..- Among tha placea mentioned aa
posalble location . for the Institution
are Jackson, Vickehurg. Meridian," Blloxa
- Uearaal gpeeUl ial iltp.)
Oshkosh. Wlsw Feb; iM The stalAl
convention of . the Wisconsin Consumers"!
league in session here today has attracted
club women and others Interested In the
objects of the leag-ue from Milwaukee.
Aahland, Baraboo, Oreen Bay, Madison.
and a number of other places throughout
the state. . At the business session this
afternoon, Mrs. B. C. Oudden of this city
presiding, reports were presented show
ing s gratifying growth In the eon
turners' . lea true 1 movement during the
past 111 months. Miss Mary McDowell
of the Chicago University settlement,
will address the delegates this evening.'
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THERE ARE ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS OF THIS SALE which was
, Inaugurated to Introduce to the public the NEW HOME of the
"OLD RELIABLE RED FOiNTand we hope to tZl ftuf ia cf nstv
customers In these days to those added during FeLre-ry, end it hozitst
v ' goods and methods at a reduction' cf front
t. a. i V .- ".
V ,. t v r - -
; .- 1 .' '
o 2 aw e
will get your trade we will have j Itnot-only i during t!:r;a fsw days;
but always. There are ; hundreds of good bargains bft. clthcuh ilip
sale Is near Its end. No trouble to show goods.' : Cuylng net ntcesary. ;
Money refunded If goods are not satisfactory. ' , N .t : - v
;-.a. if. -;i
".. " .-is :. a.
All our $12 and $15 values, lat
est styles and highest class '
'tailored garments for only
Men's Extra Fine
All our values from $15.00 to $2&50.
The highest perfection of work, by
union tailors. , Quality of goods the
best, styles the latest, for
i All our $15 to $20 Overcoats
for Men, in Blacks, Blues and
Fancy '"Tweeds," ' at "
4 The best values on earth for the money., Some '
good sizes left. Possibly we can fit you. All our
X n : ' ' - $30, $4.00 and $5.00 1 Pants : :k--
r( .:,-r, -..--.-J' : .:KS '
t., "'.:- . " ' - ' i
: . i '.':, , '. r "; 'fv'
;'. f ' h---.h'-r .v;ic. '.s
' " t
Great ' values in Boys Suits, the land .
that wear and give satisfaction. V -
,05d;,a ;;-.fof $uoto.$j.oo .vaiu
91.25..... .for $2J85 to $3.00 Values
? 1.50; .... .for $2 60, to $31 Values
And many other tempting bargains in
Boys' doling and Furnishings. ':'
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liled ' Fpoiafc Hat
iNever in the hlstoiy'of the Hat business has so
:itnuch quality and style been put into a Hat as is
shown in the ."Red" Front : Hat? Only during
.tbis aale '.'-'',-':'':.'
' I I II . - -f .
Men's Celluloid Collars
3c op 2 for. ..
Men's Derby Ribbed Un- Crt
derwear, 50c vaL for ...awO V
Golf Shirts, all sizes,
50c Value for..
a. a e4ta e a e e a
Red Front Stiff Bosom Shirts, 'J C
$! vaL 3 for $l--each
SHOES See bur stock of Shocs late Spring Styles from . . . i:. . ; 52.50ta $6.50
len who want the qual
ity of Tobacco we handle
must come here. Years of
handling Tobacco enables
us to maintain a reputa
tion for quality, quantity
and low ; prices. .Call at
the Red Front for 'your '
Tobacco. - -'-'..'.;?
ill iiJ iimiiN
Clothing' arid Furniohinrto
A. ROSEN3TEIN. Prop.
226 MORRISON STREET
" ' We advertised our stock
. of .Tobacco would be in
March i. That was
' wrong; it's here now.
Every well known brand,
. which we " sell st , cost
prices. Ho profit asked
(here. It's our way of get
ting acquainted. ' r
v AT THE THEATRES.
Las. Clasoa Xslaotte, tee raaeaUc aa4) earing
admlratlea .lor tkaee two aapaVar tmdlns people
pul Gilmore Tonight. t '
Tonlfht at tbe afarqsam Oraed theatre the
'lever rooa actor. Pani OUaMre. will basis
as ensasemaBt mt twe nlfhta with a apaelal
price SMtlnae tnnafVow'ta Joba Draw's fnnwa
iin.n. -Tne Muawnr and tha Humming Biro."?
Mr. Ollmor. la (be rok ef dlrnltj ana raaarve,
aad a la natnralnaaa of manner, le swat ena.
Tiering sad ImpraaalTe. In the tblr net
rapaetallr tbe erene batweaa the Mummy and
tba Hamming Bird le a Strang and BMat'tm
prrealve ena... It-la ee randerad by tkeidlgnltr
and pow.r at tba actor, togatber with hla
artletie Intfrsretattna. Thaa agala tba eeane
In the Aral art bwaea the etuaimy nsd tba
Organ Orlndrr le Ukawtee moat axwllantlj raae
ared. -. - - -- ' i 1 .
N.Tt Waab Witt: bn- aha .grand nsueseluii ef
aarttriaae for andlanrae at tbe Columbia. Blrb
ard btanaflald'a complete nrodnrtton ef tbe
moat baentiral Oarman play. "ild Hrldalnerg."
will. Is the hande ef tbe Cetasbla start mm
pany. raralve s nrodnrfton ef fnr mora than
aaoal braaty. Tba ebarmlng atory, dallgbtfl
rbaraetara aad grneral atawaipnare ef atadant
Ufa will farm e plrtnre king ta be remambarrd.
"Old Hrldrlbrri'' will epea Sunday aUsee;
Good Company's Last Nights.
CapaHty Jaiuai a win Be daobt graat tbe pope
la r iwaedt-Haueie rampany jat the tbraa ra
matalng tnrrformanrae ef ''Northare Ugbm"
at the Empire theatre. Tomorrow nlcbt at the
eonrlnalon ef' the nrrformence tbta organlaatloe
will Iran fo rV-attlr, wkere thaf will play
s aaeaon ef arvrral war a. .Tba aiitfiae tbby
bad sere- bae anrourasrd htanarrr Hart
b a long araaao. Tba Basal etardar
matinee will be tiarn n
npertrd. ' Tbe seenee batwe
If te the OnlemMa
Inrreaaas aa tary are seas Is each aew Uy.
in aaaiinae loanorrew will ne . one at
r Retuni of Hanford. ' : :'
Charlaa B. Ranford will araeer Is" "Othellb'
at tba atarqaam Urand theatre Tboreday, Marrk
X. Mr. Hanfbtd has hara a waVama vtaltor
eraaoa after eraeen for Biaur yaara and has
sever fallrd 'to give s performanra whlrb
gratlsrd the critical aenee and deUgbted tbe
auditor who seeks tbe theatre (or as erasing'
ojTeranaa; ' - '
The 8tars Offering. . $
At the Star theatre that weak Hartal, the
great npalde-dowa danrer. Is ana king his Sret
appaaranrw ee a Portland stage. The bill
laelndae Bratrlre abd Price, akatrh tram artiste!
the three Vol tana, greet ecrobets; Arthur Jneh
Soa, barltaa atngar, aad the BroarUiaropei .
The "Cycle .Dannie" eenaatloaal set st the
' Bakrr Is erratlog S sanaattos. as It. I the
rat lima oa the- eaeet tbel a woamaa aa at.
trmptrd thle faatare. There are alae edaw
tar faataras on im WH. - - - . s
. -I . e, . ,, . y
-At the Lyric" . .'.
"Bamnd .' the KerClae b.I aiade s nit
With the Lrrh pstrone and tbe honen le perked
at evrry parrormanee. -The Dalaaryv do a
rlrvrr ram batwarn arta.
"The Lady of Lyons." ,
The drllghtfnl ravlvel af lord I.yttoa'f fasioes
slat. "Tha ldy ef l.yena." it the Cniamhla
le prsmlslng eras mora ef a saw at thaa was
ns. w;::lc b7S
f Himoes of Moaawra foe I
eolMran while Taathloa for era fifty Yearn,
ITeootees tbe ebiM. eortaas the gum, aliar
ah pain. earM wind eaUe. and M baa beat
TwaaTT.riva ckvts a. errrtt.
Free With VantAds
4 rA Toasted Food Ready to Serve
' - A packapt of Ralston Health Food with
every paid Want Ad., Daily or Sunday.
wThis is an Acme Mills product Sella (or
j 16c or two for 25c at fny grocer.. ' .
' Thla offer ia made simply to still more
' widely introduce the wonderful results ac
complished by useful "want ads." An
enumeration of their many daily duties
I and performances would : entail n great
, apace. ' You know bow it is when you
want to rent a room or house, when you
want to buy something unusual, when
you're lost something -why," you imme-'
diately look at the "want ads." Thou
' sands of people read them every day you
.can talk to them at the rate of '
21 Words for 15c
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