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' ' r y. THE OREGON TftILY JOUR MAY (, 1CC3. T ' J lil - -Jl
; WMMB0MB-i:.''- Ill I $1:00 A: WEEK WILL' CLOTHE YOU I ;
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"y'y:::-. , ; v; ; ,, I-Meii's-Sommer Sote for a Dollar
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Palace Hotel, San Francisco, Showing Effects of tha" Fire.
AY HOT SECURE
Liabilities Reach a Grand Total
s of Two Hundred and Thi
Millions. - ' .
FIGHT AMONG ADJUSTERS
HAS ALARMING PHASES
X So Cwit Tbat-I-Ia-Imt
ible for Somo Concerns to Pay
Many Opposed to Pajring on
Oakland. May i. A revialoa of lniur
enc llbUlUe In 8&n nuebm -ku
lncrUKl th f lguretav.. r'fi t"'1
ox 3n.uug,uua, Thm nvra srr
reached br niacin th mm. rata nar
hundrJ at par cant and aatlmatlnf
two, uiraa .or taa iiaciutiei , aa loau
IT-evloua, fijuraa placed the total ln-J
Coincident with th fact that thaloaa
win reach such an enormous figure,
cornea tfa Taport TrOm the : aJjutr
aeetlna- todar to the affect that a
. atrona: faction baa artaen-in- Inauranoa
; clrclea, which is oppdaed to paying
earthquake loaaea,. While the majority
;; apparenUyfavor- paying- -ail lb loaaea
on buUdinas deatroyed by fire, whether
I or. hot' prevloualy - wrecked -by earth
; .cuaka or dynamite, -there aeema to be a
' prospect that .the conservative element
will win ouw
lble that aome companies will co to
the wall If they neat the liabilities in
.' full. The fight among adjusters is aa
' suming alarming phases and the whole
aspect of the situation. Is unfavorable
for the Insured.
, " Every time a fussy woman lets her
: husband have his own way aha does It
: In such a manner that it leavea a bad
taste In his mouth. - - :.
ANGERED AT THE PRESIDENT
SHERMAN ABANDONS MARCH
(Jsarntl Saerlal Service.)
" Carters vl lie, rjatoy-.i&StOTsr byorraclsmfSdrTOgeredTylheacn6n of;:
President Roosevelt in. withdrawing anesoort of Vnlted gtsles cavalry. Rev.
Thomas Sherman ha abandoned his trip over the rout takAk by his father,
General ,Jv". TT-Sttefmaiirere.thalatter marched through' Georgia, and has"
returned to Chattanooga..;' 'liiZ ': :".r -".' 1-
Sherman and hie escort reached her last night, where they learned of
the president' order. So Irate; was Sherman 'at what he considered an Insult
by Roosevelt,- that fea at onoe took his baggage f ror. th army wagon accom
panylng' th expedition and had it moved Into the home of General Granger,,
who Was military" aecretary to General Sherman, and who resides here.
luuiuinL uuu in
Supervisor Bartrum'Makes An
noun'cement Relative to Com'
(Btwclil fHspatea te Th JoaraaL)
Roaeburg, Or., May 4. Forest Super
visor 8. C. Bart rum announces for the
benefit of those who are expecting to J
taka Ut xlvirnservlc examination for J
th position of forest ranger, to be' held
at Roaeburg, -Oregon, - .May 14, that
owing to the fact that the date of ex
amination, -la -oloee' at-hand, "-they will
immediately file their applications with
him if they have not already filed with
th United States commission at Wash
ington, District of Columbia. - Applies'
Uon blanks can be secured by-applyint
ina loases are ao great tnat JLU poa-4 to hi uffk!S antoseburg. The examl
thamberlain and Oearinif:lso.
nation will be along practical lines, re
lating 4o th various duties required of
forest rangers. - Any - man who would
like- this class ef work, that is between
th ageof XI and 40 -years, with - a
strong, Wealthy-body, need not hesitate
to take this examination.
A tlvll servlc examination for th
position of forest supervisor will be
held In Portland, Astoria, Baker City
ana isugena on May is. - v
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Z ' You're too busy a man to. read fashion notes, so
we will-not bother you with long jetalls In ltyls
. but everything for your wear and dress is here
Suits for business, for vacation," for 'dressVToF wort"
" - "? ' t or forfunr'cTme'andniee them:
SUITS at ?10, ?12, ?15up.to ?20or.f25
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- OUTFITTERS TO MEN AND. BOYS
163 AND 163 THIRD ST. MOHAWK BLDG.
Secretary . cif Stata FlnTsBeT
Compilation of Votes Cast
. at Primary Election. -
MULKEY FOR SHORT AND "7"
- BOURNE FOR LONG.TERM
Hawley Ellla, VTlthycorpbe, Benson,
Matlock, . EaklnCrawford. Dun-
Wear It While You Are Paying the Little Bill-
Our plan has opened the eyes of the men of Portland. , They have learned . that . they j can buy elegant apparel-
(flnecUl Dispatch "t Th. JoarsaL)
Salem, May- 4. The official vot re
ceived by the several, candidates for
state offices at th ; primary, election
April SO hav been complied by the sec
retary of state as follows:
United States Senate (short term)
F. W. Mulkey 2.80t. John M. Gearln 47.
United States Senator (regular terra)
Jonathan Bourne 11,877, Cake 11,151,
Lowell 7,066, Smith 4.181, Watson 4,141,
Congress "(first " district) Hawler
MS. Huston 4.711. Toose 7.4U. UaUO-
way ,71, Graham t.M. - -
Congress Jaecond -dlstrint) mm mils
7,764, Lachner 4,893, Rand 1,05. Shea
herd 8.761, On ham 8,643. -
Governor Brown 6.191. Oeer 11.111.
Johns 7,17. Sehlbrede 1.111. Withy
comb 14,178, Chamberlain 11,674.
Secretary of . State Benson -17.264,
Oatch 11,808, Pierce, 8,681, Wrlghtmsn
8,011, Sroat 11,110. .
state Treasurer Attain 7,468, carter
8.8Z9. Hoyt 8.874. Jennlnga 1.724, Ryaa
8.148, Steel 1.700, Matlock 11.417.
Supreme Judge Eakln-J,7.Tlan
11.421. v:i :. : v
Attorney-Genersl Crawford 16.778.
Durham 14.297, Miller 11,171. i-
State Superintendent Ackerman 17.-
81. - '
Stater Printer Clark r 8. 1 8 8, Dun I way
11,811, Whitney 10,191, Taylor 11,111.
Labor Commissioner: Hoff 86,147. ---
Delightfully, attractive, charmingly fascnating.Worftedsv.Sergcs,,Thibets and Tweeds;.
'.the kind yoakeno-wear-1rrn7panyuhea
kind, that always" pleases " . ':- . - r'' ': " v, ; . Vi. '
At Prices : Never Higher and Often Surprisingly Lower
Than the Cash Men Charge!
-iPay a little down and then a little Weekly and enjoy the pleasure of being "dressed like
a gentleman while paying for the goods." They tell us that it is "a T great accommoda--"
tion, if pressed 'for ready money, to be able to buy an 'entire outfit from a first class
house, and on a .small payment down be enabled to make a presentable appearance, anil
later liquidate the account in trifling sums at times to suit one s convenience . .
WE BUY FOR SPOT CASH AND SAVE EVERY DISCOUNT
So that we are in position to give our patrons most remarkable bargains' and still accom
modate them as to terms of payment. r It is actually a snap to bujr clothes or furnishing
goods or shdes from us. ' v , : .. .'-'.:''-.-
f will erow bigger and bigger every day. ' Men hTouhdftharthey can buy as cheaply onltimeasilie
for cash, andjwithjour-splendid stock-to-select from will continue to take aJvantae of OUR EASY WAY TO BE
PtRESSED LIKE GENTLEMEN.; V--,' '--i-'-----W.-r-.- T-'.-.-.-- : .
S. B R OM BERG ERrManager Clothing Dei
" I. QEVURTZ SONS'-
Portland's Great Installment House
First-and -Yamhill -Streets
LET.USHELP YOU TO DRESS LIKE A GENTLEMAN
Marion Frank J. Miller
The following' Is tha vote received in
the-aeveral districts for Judges, district
attorneys and representatives, Republi
Second District I T. Harris 8.108.
Fourth District. Department No. 1
Alfred F. Sears Jr. 6,082, Robert O. Mor
Fourth District. Department No. 4
C V. aantenbeln 6.740, M. C. Oeorge
Sixth District H. 3. Bean 1.001.
Thomas Fitzgerald 646, IL E. Collier 470.
Eighth District William O. Drowlev
826. M. U. Olmsted 488. "
District Attorney (tenth district)
Francis S. Ivanhoe 687. Bcott Z. Hender
son 480, Joseph F. Baker 844, B. W.
Bartlett 178. .
1,111. ,:- 'r -rr rr-rT-
Qlacksmas and Multnomah A. A.
"Sailey 8,608," Samuel Connell 1,794,
Oeorg M. Orton 8,614. v
Umatilla. Morrow and TJnlo W. O.
Cola 6.648. '
Baker, Uarney and Malheur J. N.
Hart 1,216, L W, Hope 891. - . .
Coos and Curry Kd Rackllff 878, R.
D, Hum 86.
Douglas and Jackson W. I Vawter
1,111, J. A. Buchanan 867, Oeorg W.
Riddle 681, J. M. Hansbrough 464.
Lincoln and Polk B. F, Jones 81. J.
8. Cooper 611.
" Tillamook and Tamhlll A.- O. Beals
787, J. J. Howser Til, Matthew Thomp-
Clackamas and- Multnomah J. U.
Campbell 7,911. H. E. Cross 4,(817
' Crook. Grant, -Klamath and Lake
(two) H. P. Belknap 1.424. O. H. Merry
Morrow and Umatilla W. M. Blusher
Union and - WaUowt-J.-H. Dobbin
- Harney and Malheur Gilbert L. King
490, Frank C. Brown 168.
Gilliam, Sherman and Wheeler (two)
R. N. Donneally llr B. F. Pike 81.-1
EUGENE TO FITTINGLY
(Special D1spat te The JoaraaL)
Eugene, Or.. May 4. Eugene . will
properly observe Memorial day. The Oj
A. R. ha appointed a committee con
sisting of R. H. Miller, JF. Oatea-aad
W. J. Bowman to arrange for the ex
ercises on that day."- Tha business
houses will remain closed from 8 a. m.
until 8 p. m. -
SPRINGFrELD CHILD ,
SUCCUMBS TO BURNS
(gpeelil Dispatch t The JoaraaL)
Eugene, Or., May 4. Te 10-montha-old
son of J. Rio of Springfield -died
Wednesday from the effects of being
scalded In a tab of boiling water last
Sunday., The. child was playing about
the tub while' Its mother waa washing
clothes and tell In, .
Owing, to the San Francisco Disaster, the Transfer, otl our
Business to the Sherman & Clay Co. will be Postponed X
: r tt - - 4.
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.Of ; piano-sellincr at practically wholesale" prices. "AH the
fine," new-goods, ordered specially for the opening-trade of i
our successoTSTnave been turnea into this sale, making it X
ine greatest opportunity ever preseniea nere to Duy a nne,
high-grade Piano at a low price. '- " -.-
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Oregon Refugees la Hamilton Square, San Francisco.
In order to meet the wishes of a great many contestants-
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we nave conciuyqu to extenq tnc time to ine xoin oi aiay.
-When you take into consideration that certificates apply on-
all new pianos at our store.;,the cheap as well as the- high-j
iiuc, anu nuw nidi vuu nave a inc, litrgc etocK oi ait graucs
to select from, all persons holding certificates should avail;
themselves of this grand opportunity within the next two
weeks. We also have a number of good second-hand pianos,
ranging in price from $75 up, worth . twice . the amount
asked for them. , If you .want a piano, now is the time to
- secure- it.-rEasy-payments.-if desired. .- ' ; 1
when you have to scrape
' the bottom of your purse
,-with a .? fine tooth comb
every month to buy shoeA.IJ
: for the little ones.-
Aliens Gilbeh-Raitiaker Co. i i
MILLMAN HAS NARROW -ESCAPE
Secfat Wrpatea-" to Ts loornai.i '"
oreat Grove, Or, May 4 H. H. Mil
ler, who la running a sawmill near
Banks, had a narrow escape from death
yesterday. He and his son wer clean
ing and oiling the machinery, when
suddenly the engine was' started. ' Mil
ler waa caught by th saws and cut on
brought to town,tand tha wounds sWed
up by Dr.' Rents. ; '
Wr I Waa Inadvisable.
First Physician Did you advlsa aa
Operation 7 !
Second Physician 'No, the
heart waa strong, . but his
book was weak, "
LlTTLC&RLfjbREO r V ; v
BY INFURIATED COW
(Bpeetal Dlspatrb te Ta JosmaL)
Walla, Wall. Wash., May 4 Annie
Dooley, a young daughter of Mrs. A.
Pooler, who conduct the Washington
dairy west of Walla Walla, waa at
tachedly a cow on tha farm yesterday
afternoon and before men could rescue
th little girl she was badly gored by
th animal. - On horn perforated her
left arm and her right shoulder was
broken. The girl's injuries ar serious.
Aa 01 tor's Steply s
"Why didn't you retaliate when that
fellow struck youT"
"I dldnt know him. and.lt Is our
rule not to pay any attention to anony
Our Special School Shoes
are made specially tough
for the purpose of helping
you to keep money in the
bank against a rainy day
They can actually stand
more rough usage than
-any shoes we ever saw,
A pair of them on one of
your, children will prove
j The Money Savers in
,X'i Footwear -
230-232 Morrison St.
Between First and Second
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