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THE OREGON - SUNDAY JOURNAL'. PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMLZn 5, -1C?5.
jJILL, GOULD AI1D CLARK GOnBIHE TO
FIGHT IIARRIL7AN INTERESTS
. Burlington Begins, Actual Con
,:sV structlon of New Line to
; ... .,,,. Sa,t e city. '
RAILROAD BUILDING WAR
HAS BEGUN IN EARNEST
'Clark and Gould ifave Understanding
V With fll to AtUt 'Lttei'" in In
-' vasion of Enemy's Territory-i-St
. Paul and Northwestern Acttvtr
(SimcUI Dispatch I Th JoeraaL)
Salt Lake.r- Utah, Nov. 4. Advlcea
. t from Bridgeport. ' Nebraska, today nr
. O that actual oonatructtoa baa .begun a
the Burlington' a cutoff and exunalon
to Salt Lake City. Tbla and other
tangible development In and around
Halt Lake abow that a great railroad
.. '.waa la on. The battle-ground extend
' from Salt Lake to Portland and Seattle
- la the northwest, to San Francisco in
the central Paclno coast, and to i
Angeles In the southwest. It la Harrl
man against the held. The Held la this
: rasa include' such railroad Tltins aa
James J. Hill, J. Plerpont Morgan,
Ueorgs Gould and William A. Clark. :
Tb flght la not ao one-sided as might
1 f t Imagined. however, for - there la
strong impreaslon that ' Harrtmin's
, main backer is Standard. OU. Follow
" fng tha announcement that the Great
' Northern and Northern Pacific would
Join in tha road down tha Columbia
river to - Portland invading - Harrlman
territory, the most algnlflcant move baa
-coma In the formal statement by Gea
r eral Manager Q, W. Holdredg of the
v Burlington that hla road weuld build
' to Salt Lake. , - 1 ' : ..
. SO on Warpath. ',.
, . This s an even mora flagrant act Of
- warfare on the part of Hill than tha
building to Portland, for tha determina
tion of the Burlington to reach , Salt
' Lake was- one of tha main causes Tf
.tha frantlo competitive buying which
' resulted In the -Northern Paclflo cornet
- when tha atock exchange battle be
tween Harrlman on ona aide and Hill
,', and Morgan on tha other was settled.
: ona of tha conditions being that tha
Burlington should abandon its 'Salt
' Lake extension.
Tha dissolution of tha Northern Se
curities company-has left Hill free to
, go ahead. Tha recent announcement by
t General . Manager Holdredge. substan
' tlated by Second. Vice-President Daniel
,.' Wlllard In Chicago was premature and
has caused several equivocal denials
I by Hill and others because they bad not
got fully prepared f or vthe coup. .But
-actuals work bae commenced and tha
Union Paclflo la showing feverish "ao
. tlvlty In building a road to parallel the
Burlington up the North Platte, j
- Every surface Indication showa an
understanding between Hill. Clark and
Oould. When Clark atarted.td-' build bis
1 San Pedro, Los Angelea-4, Salt Lake
Jroad between Salt Lake and Loe
: Angelea the rumor was that he had an
understanding with the Burlington and
would build - to a connection. The
'Northern Securities deal stopped thla
Temporarily j v
f i V Clark Xa Independent. " '
1 ' Then Harrlman, by atartlng a parallel
road, forced a, compromise with Clark
. ana secured . a. contract aivin him
, half. Interest In tha new road providing
, he carried out certain agreements. As
, a part of thla deal trafflo arrangements
. highly favorable to the Clark road were
t maae witn the Harrlman lines. Then
, Harrlman tried to work things arouwd
. , so that he could take tha control com
, pletely away from Clark. - He underes-
, x timatea the wit of the Montana man.
, -.Am a consequence Harrlman ha loat
j ia. grip on the road.- .-- ;
tuark owna , absolutely the road be
tween Salt Lake and Leamington, Utah,
., mna oeiween vaiiente, Nevada, and Cal
uornia. tie could - nil In ' the gap at
. curaparauveiy small expense of con-
... atruction, but it is understood that he
' haa an option from Harrlman on. all
, the Harrlman llnea south of Salt Lake
ma King thla construction unnecessary.
Thus Clark haa the road and favor
- able trafflo arrangements with the Har-
nman llnea, while he la in a nosltlon
to do business with Hill and Gould also.
Gould's Western Pacific, now being built
4JttwjccngaU,Tiia and Bna Fsanslsi
win give Hill another outlet for
Burlington extension. Harrlman'a
tlon In shutting Gould out of the terri
tory north of Ogden waa a main factor
' In causing the building of the Western
OouU Seeds sTorthward.
i . aa roaa la oeing nulir to carry
j transcontinental business and to furnish
By thousands. Our
list of satisfied pa
trons ; tells of ' the
Thorough and Mod-:
ern Optical Work we
are capable of giving:
Try.it, if nrxessary.
: It gives ;. permanent
Are . always' there to
stay They never
"Where. Quality , ;T - i
Is at Its Best"' r
'jjC TMIWO a WASHINGTON STj ft
an outlet 'for Utah'Coal fc Iron. The
activity of the Gould right of, way agenta
toward tne nortnwest give coior to tne
belief that he Intenda to. Up the north
Pacific coast either, at Coos Bay or
Portland, or both. The Denver North
western Paclflo road, .now being built
between Denver and Salt Lake.. Is an
other competitor for Harrtatan.. To
keep him still more busy (.he Santa Fe
Is showlng'slgnsrof creeping up to the
coast toward Portland from San Kran
claro, haviar acquired the North Shore
line.'..., , v " .
The Chicago A- Northwestern haa re
cently made a survey to Rait Lake and
Is already building 'to-Lander, Wyoming,
near the Idaho line, on the way toward
Portland. The Chicago,' Milwaukee
St. Paul la also ahowlng algna of ac
tivity with the northwest as Ita goal.
With one new railroad just completed
in- Salt Lake,, three more under con
struction and other showing symptoms
of stretching out,, the opinion here la
that, an important era of railroad con
struction and development of the nat
ural resources of the west . ls already
underway;' . -'. -, ' : . . -, i
VIADUCT' OVER TERjIIINAL
TRACKS, HAYBE '
Project Is Mentioae?at Special
Council Meeting and Then
! Pall of Silencft Falls.
At a special meeting of the city council
Friday evening Manager d-Lyons of
the Northern Pacific Terminal company
said that plans were under way 'for the
construction of a' series of viaducts to
bridge the Northern - Paclflo - tracks - on
terminal property for the convenience
of traffic Since that statement the offi
cials have maintained a wonderfully, dis
creet silence- - H
Mr. Lyons said he waa to busy to talk
to reporter tintll Monday.
President C. A. Dolph said ha had not
sven heard the report of bis engineer. ,
The city engineer aaid he had never
heard of the project , .
The chief engineer of the Harrlman
lines, though not necessarily directly In
terested, had no word of the plan.
Other officials who "might know" de
nied all knowledge.
- If such a project should be put through
It would mean a great expenditure and
would greatly facilitate trafflo between
town and the big docks. There are tl
tracks across too feet of the terminal
ground and much -difficulty Is experi
enced, to aay nothing of the danger, in
teaming across .them. ' -'
J.1 MVDAVI S TO TALK ON
WINNING OF THE AST
The7 Winning of the Eaef la the
topio of a atereoptloonr' addresa to be
given at the men's meeting of the T, M.
C. A. this afternoon by J. Merle Davla
Mr. Davis Is under appointment aa eee
retary of the T. M. C. A. at NaaaaakL
Japan. . He was bora In Japan and 'ots
father la tha second oldest missionary
In that country 1ft years of service. . -'
There will be a song service under the
direction of Professor W. M. Wilder, a
istea oy tne association Drcheetra;. a
baritone solo by Clair Montelth and
violin .aolo . by -Arthur Clifford. , The
meeting ip tor men only and la free,
NEW CENTRAL BODY ?
; FOR SPOKANE UNIONS
Special Dlipatrk to Tk Joe nut) -Spokane,
Waah., Nov. 4. The reorgan
isation of the Fall City trade and U-bor-assemblyr--tha-formatlon
of a new
central body embracing -all -American
Federation of Labor unions. Is the aim
of a number of unions in this city.
The Typographical union, one of the
strongest affiliated' with the labor ooun
ell, ie reported to be .dissatisfied with
the industrial unions affiliated with the
central body, and is in favor of a new
central body of A. F. L. unions. V The
bartenders' anion, ona of the strongest
In the labor assembly, la willing to co
operate with any movement tending to
SSJPK.AlLJi. r... U,Unlona logathea
About half tha Federation unions In
the city are not affiliated with the
central body but ' would probably be
uuuv-vu 10 join in new organisation.
ARRESTED FOR FORGERY
CONFESSES TO MURDER
' (SpecUl DuuMtca t The fcaraall '
Red Lodge. Mont. Nov. O.
Candler, allaa Jam R. Smith, ha been
arrested nere-on a. forgery charce at
the request- of Somerset. Kentucky, of-
flclala. Candler, who 'la In Poor Dhvs-
icai condition, not only admits his con
necuon witn the forgery, savins It
amounted to only ISO, but admitted t
Sheriff Potter that he had committed a
murder in Somerset and had escaped
irora jau. . lie declares the mr-t
committed . In , self-defense. He had
brought suit against John Btanger, who
as a result attacaed mm with a knife,
when he shot Btanger. - He -was con
victed of manslaughter, but escaped. He
saya be now wants to' return to Ken
tucky. . .... , .--i.,. . , .-. . .
TWO TEAMS RUN OVER
BOY AND WOMEN FAINT
(SpecUl Dkpatek te Tb Jonraal.) '
Walla Walla. Wulu Nov. . Kddia
Bowers, a S-year-old boy, waa knocked
down and run over by... two teama on
First street at noon today while the
street was .crowded , with shoppers.
Toung Bowers) waa on a hioyele and In
trying to avoid a hack ran squarely into
a farm wagon. The team passed over
him and as the boy lay sprawling in the
tree,! M being driven rapidly cam
Up and passed over his prostrate form
t-eaeairians rescued -ths boy, who was
found to be aufTeiing from numeroua
brulesand contusions; Several women
fainted at tha sight
S PSURVEY NEARING
TIDEWATER AT COOS BAY
.(RperU! Dlapateb te Tb Joernil.)
Drain, Or., Nov. 4 Tne Southern Pa
cific auhveylng crew locating the new
line Coo Bay Is now within a few
mile- of t gtotfbnrg, 1 at ' which" place
the aurvey reachee tide water. A very
easy grade 4a being found. - Right of
Way Agent J. W. Nier states that he
haa secured right of way for a con
siderable portion of the distance and Is
paying cash for th same. Actual eon
atrurtion work haa not yet been begun,
bat la expected' before eprtng.v ., ; :
But -that it not all eye-glasses
ought to do. -Eye-sight is more
important. Shor-oh Eye-Classes
help both sihand looks. They
I, ,.1.4 t,rm- An nnt drnnn of
shake. Do not pinch the nose.
173 Fourth St- Y. M. C A.' Bldg.
Headquarters for Tone Lenses, In
visible Bifocals and Shur-on Eye-,
. , oiassea,
KLAMATH FALLS IS
Signing of .Contract With Gov
ernment by Water Users -7,
Made a Gala Event. V
OVATION IS GIVEN TO
Visitors at Ken Escorted to City on
Steamer ; by Delegation Driven
Over Reclamation - Project Many
Speeches Made. ;
(Special Dwpateh to Tb Journal.)
Klamath Fall, Or., Nov. . This Is a
great day for Klamath county. An lra
mnae . crowd ia here celebrating tha
algnlng of the contract with tha gov
ernment" for the1 building of the big
Klamath project,' Which waa ratified
yesterday by the unanimous vote of the
atockholdera of tha - Klamath . Water
Uaera' aaaoclation, ' ; L , ,. ;
. Ovation to duunberlala.
The committee of the chamber of
lommerca met Governor, Chamberlain
Thursday evening at Keno and escorted
him to Klamath Falla on board tha new
steamer . Klamath., Two. hundred and
fifty people were at the foot, of the dock,
which, .waa ..crowded. , Bteaml whlatla
sounded and the band played a welcome.
Ther elty, waa decorated with flags and
bunting. - t ,t - .-
a. tt-mlle drive over tha main -tea-
turea of tha reclamation project took
plaoe-Friday. At the banquets at night
104 . werf present. ,t among them being
Governor Chamberlain. Adjutant-General
Flnser, ft B. Huston; H. Vi, Oates, Stat
Oame. Warden BaVeri Hon John Shook
and the directors ' of the Water Users'
association.; judge. Benson acted a
toaatmaster. : . - .
Speeches took- place Saturday after
noon in Houston's- opera house, llayor
Alex .Martin, Jr, prealdlng. A' large
1 audience was present. The speakers
f were II V. Gate and 8. B. Huston of
Hlllsboro: T. H. Humphreys, tha project
engineer: Judge H. u. Benson and Gov
ernor Chamberlain. - The speeches were
breesy, the crowd olly and ' the day
fine. , , :
After the ezerclsea were over the gov
ernof. became the guest of Engineer
Humphreys at aupper at the reclamation--camp.
--The governor, expects to
leave tomorrow for Salem.
Jn hla apeech, Governor Chamberlain
aald:'- .. ; r . .. -,
" Vew Zra tot Oregon.
"A new era la dawning for Oregon,
and during the next few years I proph
ssy that there- will take place the moat
rapid development --that lias eei ties
witnessed In our great tate.Xhla will
be due largely to the tmpetu that ha
been given to tb weatward trend - of
population by the Lewi and Clack cen
tennial exposition. That fair brougnt
a- cla of men to thla country who
were aeeklng a field for Investment, and
w certainly have What they are look
ma for.. -. ..'':.. i - i. . -... f
"One of the thlnga that Is necsasary
for the rapid development of any atate
la a unity of action on the part 'of the
people of the whole state. -, Such
course in Oregon will lead to a united
demand for government aid toward the
opening of the Columbia and Ita tribu
taries, deepening the channel at Its
mouth, and opening Coos bay.
It la very unfortunate for Oregon
that Just at . ona of tha most critics)
periods in the history of the state we
have - only one real representative In
the eongreaa of tha United States. It
la Indeed unfortunate at thla time that
the demands of tha state do not have
the proper voice In Jhe halls of legisla
tion to give Information aa to tha needs
of existing conditions. To make up for
thla lack of representation the commer
cial bodies of every city and town In
the state ahould attend to the prepara
tion of petitions addressed to congresn,
showing th great resources of this
country and the urgent need for imme
diate aid." .--. - --
A man can be tender-hearted without
When they ere weak, tor
pid, or stagnant, the whole
system suffers. Don't neg
lect, them at this time, but
heed the warning of the
aching - back, the " bloated
race, tne sallow complexion:
the urinary disorder and
begin treatment aft. once with
which contains the best end
safest curative substances.
For testhnorUalt of rwrnarkable cares
enej for Book on Kidney , No. A.
. v. s. nootj ia, MwtO, HsM,
TO THE PUBLIC
Sine the etabJIhment of
P.w Knslaixl, 'way Lack in tb
ine arugaiore to keep open doors from daybreak until mlilnlglit, and
with all our imxlern civilisation and centralisation we haven't outgrown
mm in uvmeiuimm.
ljurdMhlna ihtnh ih. 1
In this- buHinws have been many.
ni aay s worn at . but at 10. 11, or even -11 o t-lot-K nor (lirouah hi
' week ir-work on Katurday nlaht. for he mut ret to buslnea on Sunday
the aame as week duya. lie puts In from 40 to tt hours per week
against the 44 of the avera.a ratall clerk.
l'or several months our employes who work Sunday have been given
a weea aay orr in return recently we dlacontiriuea triis, ana pow pi
extra day'a aalary to thoae who work Sunday.but we desire to di
better if poxalule by our employes, end In tile effort to come to noma
'solution of the problem, we have decided to LKAVK THB NEXT MOVK
iWITIt YOU. ,
WE fil'GOKST KFEPINO OUR STORE OPEN SUNDAYS FOR
THRVU HOi;K ONLY av from It to I). This would mean that the
employes who now work an entire day every other Sunday would thenf
work but three hour every other Sunday. W are willing to sacrifice
whatever tbla may cost ua In a pecuniary way, Jor w know- our em
ployes will feel better for the Sunday's rest befler for having a change
of. thoughtell work and no play, yoii know. And then thla gives thoae
who desire to take advantage of it an opportunity to attend their varioua
churches. - a
Below' we have outlined a little coupon ai4 we ask you, our friends
and patrona, to fill this out and hand It to. one of our employes next
time you come In, or mall It to uaas you prefer. If the p'ublio la willing
then we will remain open Sunday but three, hours. THE DECISION
KfcSTH WITH tQV. , , . .
WOODARD, CLARKE, CO. .1,, ...',.:.;;.; V .r,".;'V it
V t '" ; : 'V--: ,, ' "' '
n: I. .w, f,, approve'
your plan for "Bettecheuf.e jor Drug Clerks" and the three hours .
which your store will be open will give me ample time to make any
necessary Sunday purchases. I auggest from. .a. m. to,
........... ,p. m.: aa the beat, i.JriVI ' ,i "..'.. Sunday hours to
keep dpen. ! . v-. ." " " Y'.' '
... . Name. , t.,,,.,
x j ..vs. - T'. '' "'.:"" .-,v ? .."J. T-' ." ' . .i . v.
.'t', Addreea. -
N. B. If youi dlaapprove of thla plan, then write DIS tn front of the
word approve In the first line. - , ,
Permit ua to thank you in advance for your courtaay In replying to
tb request.-' -w.. .. . ---
. , WOODARD, CLARKE A CO., ' - .
.....,--,- - . .' v. Fourth and Washington streets. -
:::::..,.,Vr-,'' ;' :';-- ':-:
We make it our business to
, a truss we donot wrap up s
unr private mung-room, witn
is wholly for your convenience.
Woodlark Elastic Truss.....,..........,....,
" . Fads guaranteed not to evaporate.
-Hard Rubber -Trusses . r. '.. rm . . . . ,r,
Leather Covered Trusses..,......,.....,,.. , .f 1.50
Separate fads, each...
' Sole agents for the Factis Pad -
to come to our store we will send
' Laboratory Materials, Hospital
Stands, etc. y ' -
Will soon be wondering and racking bis brain to decide what to buy
his wife for Christmas. , .. , ' ,,1 .
- WHY NOT AN ELECTROLIER ? - ,
We have a few exclusive designs in German Spun Brass Lamps-'
our own importation -we don't want to carry , them through the holi-days--we
-need -the room o you -may- hava your choice - -. i. -..;";-'
An opportunity, such
.OUR FREE DELIVERY is for your convenience use
you are too busy to come downtown but we are always
snaa, wedish, Vortn.
SoaadiMviaa, - ttaUast
CRIME EXPOSED BY,
Drunken Remorse and Mono
loue Lead to Clearing Up
.V of Murder Mystery, v
CONFESSES TO SLAYING
BROTHER IN A QUARREL
Fratricide Returns to Scene Mutter
: ing to Himself and Pitying Dead
Man Both Started to Rob House
., One Shot in Struggle for Gun.,'
Special Dtepatck by Leaae Wlr to Th Joaraul)
New York, .Nov. 4. Th return of th
murderer to the ade,n of hi crime and
his soliloquies of remorse, overheard by
a hiding policeman, are expected to clear
up a murder myatery which completely
baffled th Williamsburg police. Tbla
was alleged today by Captain Plnkerton
of th Bedford avenue atatlon,. when he
arraigned William Cody In th Gate
avenue court on a technical charge of
Intoxication. Th captain announced that
he would arrange Cody on , htujilclu
charg tomortaw- '- ; ' "
The case was th deepest mystery until,
sccordlng to Captain Plnkerton, th solu
tion ram unexpectedly and accidentally.
On the morning of October tl th body
of man with a bullet hole through hi
heart waa found lying at North Eighth
nd Rpebllng streets, Williamsburg.
There wa nothing to give a clue to hi
Identity and no on cam forward - to
identify the body. It remained ' In th
morgue for a time and wa burled by
the city a art unknown.
Early today Policeman Uoyd Lwa
landing In a doorway near- the corner
where the mwrdered man had been found.
According to Captain Plnkerton, h aaw
an Intoxicated man stagger toward th
pot, muttering to himself. Th police
man heard him mutter: '
Poor Jim. This ! where Jim died.
Fooi Jlin. Thla 1 where poor Jim died.
He gdt a tough deal."
Lloyd promptly took th man in tow.
and at tha Bedford avenue station the
third degree was applied with such suc
cess that, according to Captain Plnker
ton, the tnmn confessed to killing hla owa
brother, clearing up th myltery which
bad baffled th pollr.
The prisoner gave htm name aa .William I
the fir chemlt or apothecary hop in
17th century, it has been the cuatont for
nn m hmira have worked Unon all emnlnved
'The. drug tilerk Is not through with
fit a customer who comes to ua for
truss and hand it over the counter. .
maie ana temaie utters in attendance, .
f 2.0O -np-V-
i tip :
Elastic Truss. If you are not able
a fitter-to your residence.
Supplies, Microscopic Accessories,
: '- ' .
.as this comes but seldom., -
P Corner Stark and Fifth SU.
, " We are offering until Thanksgiving Day some very special Wines to be served
with that turkey dinner .you're going to have and to your guests.
-.; -These Wines are very fine and are such splendid values. that. they are always
sold in bulk, but from now until Thanksgiving Day we are going to sell them as before
i and bottle them to your order, charging nothing for the bottling, labeling, etc. -i
ZINFANDEL, 75 Gal. FINE 2INFANDEL, ?1.00 Gal. MEDOC, 81.25 Gal
(Bottled Only When Ordered.) . . I . '
SPARKLING BURGUNDY, the most aristocratic of wines Quart, bottles, S1.25
M each. Dozen, 813.50. Pint . bottle, 75e each. Dor'. . ...... . . .... . . . ..87.50
' piLLWOOD. BOURBON or MULTNOMAH RYE are whiskies that will put you
1 or your guests in good, humor. We guarantee their purity, i Full quarts 81.25
Cody, tt year of age, of 8829 Broadway.
The dead man was his brother, James
Cody, according to hi confession. -'On
th night jf th killing th men had
gon out to rob a houa. - Both had been'
drinking heavily., William wanted more
liquor, but Jame cautldhed him that
they had had anough, and If they, took
any more they were likely to make In
criminating remark 4n ome saloon. A
quarrel reiulted. William drew a revol
ver. Tha two r fought for It. In th
truggl th weapon went off, th bullet
piercing James Cody' heart.
Magistrate Furlong held Cody without
ban. : v.
FINDS TWO TRUE BILLS
ISpeelat t)ltntoh te Tb ieeraal.)
Rpokane, Wash., Nov. 4. The federal
grand Jury finished Ita labor thla aft
ernoon. Two Indictment and four not
true bills were returned. The majority
v ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS , ..
VVe make quantitative and qualitative analyses of all kinds no work
too difficult for our laboratory. Our charges are moderate. .
HOME REMEDIES AND RECIPES
'Perhaps you have a favorite cough" syrup, croup remedy formula
or maybe it is a baking powder recipe whatever it may be, bring it
.to us we-will fill it your way at very little cojtt.' '
, We Lead i ' 0.
By Several Lengths
'; We have justtinstalled a
new Printing Machine from
which we have taken off 550
.Prints per hour of the finest
; Quality. - - . i - - -
7 Uses a Cooper-IIewitt Lamp and 7s semi-automatic. Only two
; of these machines in the world the other one was exhibited "inn aolH
at St. Louis-last year. ? With this wonderful invention we can do more
and better w6rk than 10 printers. , ' ' ' - - N
c Our operator is an expert and has produced over 500,000 prints
with results which are unequalrd. --. .- .: -.i .. ,- ,J -
This is one of the reasons, why we lead. ;. V i " "
U'-Vl SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK i ,
; r r; Brighton Tripods, regular $1.00 Special. . . , i . .60e
-p----Miller'g'Developerrregutar" $1.00 Special :rr.T7.r.V:65r"rT
.. Miller's Developer, regular 40c Special,,.,... 254
;v.:-',.' Wire Photo Racks, regular 25c Special..'...,;; 15f .
-v Higgin's Photo Paste, regular 15c Special.. ,.,......34 !
6 1-lb, packages Hypo, regular 25c Special........ 20 , , "
.'Eastman's Acid Fixingr, regular J5c Special. V.-j ,r. . -7:
7-- Monarch Cabinet Paper, per gross, regular $2.00 "
- v - ' ; Special ,4,. ,.....''.,,,.,,, , ,f l.fiO 1 , ' ?
- Glass Trays, regular 25c Special.....,..... I,.... 15a .'V
WE DO DEVELOPINO'AND PRINTINO ArJD DO IT RIGHT.
Not the old,'
new, attractive, up-to-date designs, from r
' the tiny Stamp Album - -r tTlCG
- - leea,aae4'l'B'wr V ',--',
nctMflCMK "... --.; -X
t1- ass ' aaa ,- r r L , --"1 ;,'''."' ' '
An old-time Cough and
Cold Remedy the kind
your grandmother used
Jo make we make and
V . guarantee it
v. .' .a
it when you wish phone your order
glad to see yoii. , ; '
...... -t - .
Ui Yotlr Orders. S Free Deliveries.
of the cane concerned the Rolling of
liquor to Indian. J. J. William and J.
r. Gallagher will not he tried for the
poatomc robbery at JLaurler a not
true bill were retufrred.
The 11,000 bond of Fred Woodson, in
dicted for peddling liquor In the hop
field of Takima county without a spe
cial iex. waa ordered forfeited. -. He did
not answer-yrbenhls- nam wa called.
PORTLAND BANK WINS "
. BIG SUIT IN MONTANA
petl blapatch to Tb loaraal.) '
Butte, Mont.. Nov. 4. By th flnd-
tnr,VerTerfor thOlalntlff In the
of th Flrt National bank of Port-
la no, -Oregon, - gatnst Eugene Carroll
th Jury haa awarded judgment for $11.
17T.SS. Th ras 'wa tried In Judge
MoClaman'a department 'of the dUtrlrt
court and occupied nix day. A aa
Igne of s claim of tha Wolff. Zwlcker
Iron works th bank brought suit
against OerroU for -a balance of .about
CA RE FULLY; ACCU
BY tl E til ST E RED
time-honored, devices, but .: 4
Little Woolea. Comforters
that ; keep the feet warm
' ' ; these nights
2 for 25cl
to Private Exchange 11 if
' , Money
Taken at Par
IH, 000, alleged to be due aS final pay
ment On a 1175,000 contract for steel
pipe used In conveying water from the
Big Hole river to Butte.
It waa set up aa a defenae by th wa
ter company that the pip waa not de
livered until .tour, months after, the
agreed time and that by reason tharSnf
the defendant hnd aust&Ined a lo of
$15,000. principally through Ita Inability
to furnish water to prospective ' con-
sumers, and Jh latter wa set Up aa a
counterclaim. The Jury stood eight to
four In favor" of th verdict rendered.
GIRL KILLED BABY.
. - JO GET ITS CARt
(Special t)lpck "t Th Joarnal.)
Vancouver, B. C, Nov. 4 A Toronto
dlapatrh-ays that Joal Carr. th -year-old
girl who several month ago
murdered a haby to get a baby ear
rler. he been sentenced to (even year
In thetKJngiton penitentiary. .'
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