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EGOffAILVJOURNAUTOrvTLAND. fcrTHURS'D A Y-EVCNINC WAY-17ir: 2.
In Address, Judgs -McGinn Says
oneriTT vrova) rarBsuea
V From Portland.
Made promises and ..
j . , ; KEPT ALL OF THEM
If the first day of the sale is to be a criterion the dealer who has contracted for the men's suits remaining from our suit sale at the end of next week will have very, very few suits to take away.
LuThe manner in which Portland's economic buyers grasped the opportunity of securing a suit at factory cost proves conclusively tq our satisfaction that; our' advertisement of this sale has at
Speaker Exhorts Republicans to Be
Sufficiently Patriotic - and Broad
" (Minded to Scratch Ticket In the
jName of Decency and Morality. r
tracted widespread attention. The fine stock and at factory prices has made a record in selling of clothing which has never been equaled in this city. Not more careful were we in the selection
of merchandise, when buying stock for our new store, than in the selection of the language in which we clothed our. announcement.. The latter reflects the formerboth dovetail and meet your
unqualified confidence. We tell only of what is here and as you'll find.it never an overdrawn statement,ev"er an inflated valuation always the truth about the truth. Every statement made
we hold ourselves as responsible for as we do for the merchandise we sell, repeat Take Nothing for Granted! Come and look over the invoices on whlcn the goods were billed to us by
LJhe i manufacturersjind convince yourself -that 'you can buy these splendid bench tailored suits made for tms spring and summer trade at Jf ACTOK x wUa iv Ooese wholesale prices will prevail
CThtt Toml Word ..was elected hrlfT
othej!nd of this sale, which enable you to secure Men's Clothing at factory Cost, : wh meansjme half of the usual pnees paid; - - - - -- - t. - -.r ' .
H' a . A i 4 7 n i . I'A V Jr il ;7 ' a A i I ;
gambling eatablialunsnta in this city
through . whoa, bands 1 750,O0 . piuwl
T year. . Word promised to enforce
the laws, but It waa aald thla could not
te done, yet within two week after he
lied taken the oath of fflce all of theae
places were closed., And they hare re
mained closed. ,
Judge -Henry E. MeOtnn 'began his
aBech last night at the-Artisans' hall,
at Front and Uibbs streets, with thta
"I am Republican," aald Judge Me-
' dnn,'- "and 1 ;nm'- speak In a to Rjub
) leans, but when It comes to the lection
f local officer, with rne It Is a ques
tion of merit. All of you know that
.when gambling was running men who
aspired to offloe had to go to tha gam
bling houses to aet the nomination. The
gamblers and their hangers-on dictated
the nolltica of the city and county.
"I am not saying a word agalnat Rob
ert Sierras. He Is an amiable kind of
a mtn, but stop and look at those who
a Islsjasj i I amabf J ar. Jum I
at, llsl.la si SSJasssrw Sawgai earr
stgo, in ji, speech .that Stevens" picture
adorned every disreputable house In
-this city. Orders went out next morn
:" Ins for all 6f these pictures to be taken
' out and today not one of them remains.
ee how quickly the dtvekeepera obey
ravasltea rroaa eitsv
'"fotn "Word is tb flrst aherlff SfxittH
Hemah county ever had who drove the
-"parasites from the cltyT'Slncs he came
J lnto office the Portland club. Frits' s.
iyilrs'' and EfIckson"sTreOmor-r-j
("" remark-, waa mad -- to, me. the
other day that' Tom Word baa fed more
- people than any other man In the city.
r-. uw g thatr I asked. The reply was:
' Because mora men have gone home -on
T7 Saturday nlfhts with their wages than
ever before in the.hlatory of the town."
r . .Judge McGinn' ridiculed-the Idea of
carrying politics Into a fight for. com
mon decency and foe law and order. He
agposed the fallacy of the attempt of
, some csndldates to get Into office by
rrrrr-hangtng oa--tberpopulartty-t-of-r - Re-J
, .publican president and other good and
- - "The other dsy." he said, "a- faro
: dealer stood on the street and whined:
If you don'tjrote forBob Stevens yoa
will bo-going back oh old Abe Unooln
and Teddy Roosevelt.' Thla Is the alie
'. of the 'arguments that are being used
rlnst Mr. Word.? .. i . ' t lv
' aambUng-alouses Meaa OraTI. -t
"Whenever you see a. gambling-house
' Running open In defiance of the law,
... Jtnow ye and know It well, some officer
of the law la getting a graft. These
'flagrant violationa of the law are being
Lpaldforand paid for In money." :
. . - J. Judge - McGinn, closed by again, ex
iortlng Republicana to bs sufficiently
' v patrlotlo to scratch the party ' ticket
. . in. the name of decency, and morality:
- i "1 am a Republican." he again aald.
island for lhr sDeclal Interests and theTTniur PorttindS ShOWrnjJTTby
favored few I do not know whether 1 1 r:. l
Vilvin . r aiw-r r i jjuj w tit -
t am or not,
Preceding.. Judge McGinn. Attorney
Miller Murdock made a short speech.
advocating the election of She riff Word,
t Mr. Murdock Is also a Republican.
1 ; . The meeting last night waa under-lhe
auspices "of the Municipal, league. At
.the close chairman McAllister made a
' few remarka on tbe queatlon of the pru-
, posed amendment to the local option
law. Ha opposed the amendment.
. How to forca property-owners to glvo
the correct cost of a contemplated build
ing when "they ask for a building permit
la the problem - which - the health and
police committee of the city council
will try to aolve soon. . t
"TThaiong been- thora In the side
of Portland boosters that BeatUe's
building permits showed a greater fig.
yry.low. round-trip rate to New ,Havn4uaahaiiortlaj4aAjid1ltJajBiWBia
:iar xqb juuidu ioiuniDUB con
vention. Tickeu will be limited to
: days and good for stopovers. Dates of
i , sale May J, ift and is. ror ruu panic
"Excursion Rates East.
.Til Canidlan Pacific has announced a
ulars call on or address F. R. Johnson,
r r, fe n a, rortiaaa, ur.
1 SWIIee) - araaaa. -
and Mra. Edward Triplet of
Morrison street, there was
born. May 14; one daughter.
WATCHES ON EASY
Pay us a small amount when
making your purchase, the
f - -; balance - ' . - -.
and well put you in pos-
session of a fine watch i at
prices far below those asked
by any other jeweler selling
;.V-. . .'i:v vforjcash.Y r-: i-r'
. "Give 11 Trial",
MARX & DLOCII
7f THIRD STREET .
For Men That Dress Well
, : 500 Doaen Fancy, Silk and Satin, Neckwear,
'including the latest cut Four-in-Hands, String
V'Bows, Tecks, Shield Bows,' Ascots and many
Z other styles that are sold -by
exciusiyiTdealers' for 50C;
Sale Price . . . . . ; . .......
yfn'a Faney Dfg anrl
Golf-Shirts of the famous Gold' and Silver &
3 manufacture, that are origi i "
nally sold by exclusive deal I al 1 tfT.
i " -
1 $5.35 1 1 $7.50 1 1 $9.65 .f$MD.g0
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i? Doret WorryWatch
SEE THEM IN ; OUR WINDOW;
Trunks and traveling Bags
before. These s attraCtivie, "Speciala will make it worth your while to visit our store tomorrow
Batiste 1 Embr6idery, r Allover Embroidery;
3.50 and $4.00 values, at... V....... flS
- rJatiste tijribroidery and Laces, 0 Pieces.
. wc value, at.... 45a
Friday and Saturday. ,
. . ... ' .... .. I d u ua.aii. ouver, uoia ana . uun
Moat oeoDle like the best for the least cost. If vou are one of them the best thine vou can Z . mtai ir. mm ,
T-ds- is n rai'thM hrlfht. utMwlaetoreour"ir"eT"Me w
1 home here know what it means when. we. say beUei viaefl ana. Leuei seletuuiu Uiaii tci I Harness, miririrs; air vanmTT, ,m a.f
. Harness Buckles i 25c value, stTTTTF. . .10$
A fine line of Trunks and Traveling Bags just
received from New York; $S0O anil lltV
Japanese Bamboo Furniture
-LADIES' SWISS RIBBED SUMMER"
-VESTSShrt, Ang and - sleeveless, silk
ribbon taped,' wen finished; good
- values at
ped, well finished; good OA
50c Special... .. . aC4C .
Our Bargain Basement .
peciai i .
Offers for Friday tnese exceptional si
bargains: Ever Ready Safety Razors, com
plete let in Morocco case with seven extra
blades, fully warranted rsdldTi or Cf-Ajf
$5 regularly. Special Friday..... sDlsUU
Which we bought for a song, we will sell at the. same time. AT LESS THAN COST. . LA?lf?' DREUSS SKIRTS-plendidly tafl-
novelties - in fancy mixtures. Choose from
plaiq coloringa in hlachr navy, hrmwna, trt
Alivmci KUVHa u-lllOH-is.yusvifcu..u.uiie a v leii, ii wiu j vu, 7 SIZ.50 and $10.00 VSlUeS.: tO EO
Just the tlUng for the .Bungalow and Cozy Corner."
and w make the same .conscientious effort to please you. .
ERITME COMBER TfiMSB ARID YMML
2.50 and $15.00 values,; to go . 243
BEDSPREADS Full sized Marseille
$1.40 Value, at...:.... $1.19
Fringed; $1.75 value,, at. . . .81.40
Ihe RE ALM
.By. HELEN DAWWORSE
' Satea. BarlkeH', (Vase's. ev '
been known hat the practice f builders
and projwrty-owners pt (ivlna less than
the true cost waa responsible for-this
dlstaateful fact. . "
The matter was., discussed, at the
meetlna ot the counoll last nlahtr Ceun-
oilman Sharkey Introduced a new build
In brdlnance tir which riarratr
11 for . each-permit-waa provided - By
the present, bulldlna ordinance 1 1 la
to be paid the city for each SI. 00 of
the cost of tbe structure for which the
permit Is Issued.
"Mr. Richardson' of the Oregon De
velopment league telle me that while
Portland is doing twice aa much build
ing aa Seattle our permits show that
we are doing only half aa much." de
clared Mr. Sharkey. ' "It la the custom
to save a few dollara by understating
the cost of nearly every building "for
which a permit la laken but, I would
auggeat that. a apaclal committee be
appointed to revise the building ordi
nance and compel, proper, valuations to
be given." . ? . i ,
Mr. Shepherd . Is Chairman f the
health and police committee, Vnd itv
slated that the ordinance be 1 referred
to that committee.
Shepherd's committee will find its
hands full of trouble .before the prob
lem is, solved, for the custom has bsen
employed so often and for so many
yeara that various councilman end spe
cial committees have wreatled In vain
with the question. f
MANY ARE ANXIOUS TO
BE FOREST RANGERS
- ' (Sreelat DsnMteb- to The Journal.)
'Im. Orande, Or., May IT.' The follow
Ing Is a Hat of those who are taking
examinations from superintendent D. B,
Shelter,, who la In La Grande. .They are
being examined ror forest superintend
C. C Coollge, Tom Williamson. A. J
Webh. Jsmes M. Smith, George Smith.
l Grande; James-F. McLean. WllUam
McOee, Wallowa: F. J. Toung, 8. M.
Bryant, Echo; J. B. Candal, T. C. Mack.
O. N. Hubbard, r. s. Klnaey, J. M. Sill-
11ns. D. S. Dary. Prairie City; C. T.
Crane, C. H. Cosad, John. Day; Calvin
Bushby, I'nlty; J. W. . Sanders, Orsnt
county; Henry Psrksr, North- Powder;
Rey Moss, Baker City; Fred Henshaw.
Baker Cly; H.' W. Harris. Wallowa
county; W. A. Fay, Wallowa; W. T.
Masters. Baksr City: H. J., Woodward.
MllWn; C. W. Avery, Walla Walla! A. It.
Burnat, Walla Walla; James B. Actonl
Wallowa county. ' , '
The -examination papers will be
marked '.hursday. - A
. ,,7,'W 'if
Si ' JUlea Ltwla Seat Brand. , : . .
The wonw who balk ln- tha marriage
service at the word "obey" have scorsd
victory in the Paesbyterlan church; for
In the 'new book : of aervlce of ' tha
church the word that has cauaed worlds
of discussion has .been omitted. This
victory will no doubt bring Joy to the
maids or Oregon Who favor equal Bur
frage. No doubt many of them will
avail themselves -'of-the service which
omits "obey," for If they do get the
ballot the will not have to listen to the
commands of their hUebands to vote
"certain ticket, - When ot "howeverTcon
alders Of what little importance that one
word was In comparison with the lm
portance of the other- marriage vows.
the victory la of rather trifling moment.
Take ..the flrat vow,that toJoyeher
proBpecriva"TniIband aa "long as ' -she
lives. Is rather a aeriouaundertaktng.
Tr promlss tff tovsras- liig ss-yon-ahatl
live is undertaking to fulfill a condition
which the clrcumataneea of life or of
personality may render impossible some
day. Many good women- have learned
how love can change, or rather how an
altered life, either her own or that of
her husband, has made Impossible the
love she promised at the altar.
Tha second vow, according to the old
routine, was to honor." It Is another
matter, rather outalde of mortal scope.
Tbe promise made of honoring a m
ls undoubtedly the Intention of -every
woman when eh makes that vow. -Time
goes by and it may happen that that
man may become a drunkard. He may
prove untrue. ' He may te mean, or
scoundrel who has neither principle nor
morality. Surely honor cannot be given
to such a man, for where a woman feels
contempt she cannot give honor. These
are two vows given at tha marriage
altar which frequently run into conflict
wrth human nature, wnne obeying is
almply a matter of will, i Therefore, the
reformers have abolished something
every woman could control and a' thing
that has seldom, if ever, proved a bur
den: yetthey leave to be given vows
which may sometimes become Impossi
ble of fulfillment...
The girls kt Barnard college. New
lork, the other day. presented their an
nual play and ' In several Instances
startled the faculty. Flrat, by parading
the stag in disguises they-aatlrlsed tha
faculty and other university dignitaries.
The real atartler occurred in the second
set At thst point Of the play which
had been reserved for a ballet, the
lights In the theatre were suddenly ex
tinguished. Imagine the horrified gasbs
and ssniamationa in tha audience, espe
cially from members or the fsculty.
when a spotlight suddenly bronrht to
a loimn ncassxTT.
Having to lay upon my bed for 14
daya from a severely bruised leg, I only
found -relief when I ueed a bottle of
Pallard'a Know-Liniment I csn cheer-
ruliv recommend it aa tna beat merit.
cine for rule ever aent to the afflict
ed, y It has now become a positive neces
sity upon myseir. u. m. yrnes, mer
chant. Poversvllle, Texas, I5c, (Oe ana
ii.oo. Hold by woooaaa, utmra Co.
vlsw what seemed to be eight pairs of
bare legs dancing merrily , to tha ac
companlment of a ragtime tune, r - -
It-was -mystery that needed explana
tion, and the girls fully expected they
would have to. give one. It came, when
the Ughta were again put up. A piece
of black cloth had been drawn across
the stare and In aome manner Ihe girls
except the supposed legs.- -They were
not legsJhowever only arms. Each
email hand had been fitted tightly Into
a allpper and long practice after lec
ture hours' had enabled the. irla-4o
keep accurate time to dancs music with
' A PROBLEM SOLVED. -
In reading aome papers I came across
the following, and while I ' have not
tried it I hope soma of my readers will
and let me kndw how it works-
In these days of thin shirtwaists and
delicate neckwear it ia sometimes
problem for the TipusewLfA to know ttt
bowiito'trearuie wal?tTan3"Jacea ao
that they wilt not bo too atlff. I have
found the following rule-an excellent
oner xnssoive a taoiespoonrui or gum
arablo In about three quarta of water
and dip tha articles to be starched inte
thla. liquid. Wring but and dry.-After
drying sprinkle 4hem. roll them up nd
iron as onal;- The gum aratHC-wll
stick to the ..iron and it gives to-the
muslins and lawna only the -same
amount of atlffneaa that la found In
new goods. " . .
"Once tried. It Is found much superior
to starch for delicate fabrics. The gum
arable can be bought for 16 centa per
pound, and much cheaper at the whole
sale druggists. An Inferior grade ia as
good for this purpose as a high-priced
Cook the sweetbread i for' 20 minuses
in salted water, to wnicn naa seen added
a tablespoonful of lemon Jutoe; then
place It Jn cold water to harden; break
It Into small bits and mix with It one
half its quantity of diced cucumbers
pour mayonnaise dressing over all and
serve on lettuce lesves garnished with
slices of hard-boiled eggs.
". NOTES OF WOMEN. .
Mrs. Charles J. Corbett of Camden.
New Jersey, like ner husband. . la
steeple Jack," and a few daya ago went
with him to the top of a 16-foot chlm
ney In CamdenandelpedhimtQtear
it aown. ' -
Miss Josephine TXirand. daurhter 'of
the British ambassador, r la" an ardent
horsewoman., and. frequently spends
seven hours in the saddle galloping over
tne good roads near Washington. . .
queen Wllhelmina la expecting th
birth of an heir. A report to that ef
fect was confirmed In court circles the
8arah Herring Sorrln of Tucaon, Arl-
snna, has been admitted to practice in
tha supreme court of the United States.
She makes the twenty-fifth, woman ad
mitted to practice In the court
BUILDINGS WILL BE :
ERECTED AT HERMISTON
(SpecUl IHspstes te Tbe JaareSLt
Echo, Or., May 17- Government build
ings will be constructed at" Hermlston
within tha next SO days, to bs. used Cor
work on the east Umatilla Irrigation
project. There will be a residence, of
fice, cookhouse, wagon shed, storeroom
and granary. AI1 preliminary work la
now under way for the construction of
the big ditch, and actual work will soon I
ba in progress. ' . " I
,4 , .
The Kind Yoa Hare lwayg Bought ftnd which has been
w use iot oTor iw years, has borne the slgnatare of
sua naa been made under his per.
jjgjfTM sonal saperrlslon since ltslnfisncy.
rCewl9 AIlavnAmia tAnalaem l.l. -
All Oounterfelts, Imitations and Jnsttsgood are bat -Experiments
that trifle with and endanger the health of
ijtotQtnd rhlMifejExpcrleaoe agaOmt-Experlmentr'
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is m: hannlcss substltti Tor Castor OiIParflN
Coric, Drops and 6octhlnsr Syrups.--It is Pleasant;-It
contains neither Oplrun, Morphine nor" other-yarr-ntlr -
enostance. . Its age Is Its gnarantee. It destroys "Worms -and
allays Forerlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wlndl
-ollc-It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, reyulates the
Stomach and Bowels, siring- healthy and natural sleep.
The Children -3 PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. '
cEriuiric CASTO R IAayo"
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bonght
In Use For Over 30 YcarcC A -
BANK AND OFFICE RAILING
WIRE AND IKON FENCING
Barbed )vire, Wire and Lawn Fencing,
Poultry Netting, Etc
PORTLAND WIRE & IRON WORKS
Phone Main 2000
263 FLANDERS ST., Near Third
Otkm Trwt, Sut Ws Car. T ska Tj Wk.a Ound. Ka
Dwllng ai4 OarM OnafsatMS. Tk. 014 B.II.W. Doctor
014wt la As. ..a IniMl UM. A Kralar OnanaU la MwlU
aia. uvro as Xi
inl aching yaricty are exceed-,
ingly troublesome Pond's Ex
tract should be taken internally
(a teaspoonful three - times a
day), and ' also by ,:: injec
tion, either in full strength, or
half Pond's Extract and half
hot water, night and morning.
Bathe the parts freely and often
with Pond's Extract.; The
-pam-should-be: well imeared"
witH Pond's Extract Ointrnent.
Wuttt Hmmtl u ml tbt tmmt iking.
On analyiit f Jtvtnty - tampU$ tf
Witth Hmntl $frtd mt" lb mm
thing" fify-v murt ibrutn n
etnlmin trio ifcotial vrformaMwhydr
tr both. Jwid danger tf finning
Open for the Season
FAMILY SUMMER GARDEN
Waahington Street, Near City Park
, . Entrance.
Strietlv firat-clatf manaarement
Fine line of Liquors, Beers, .Sand
wiches and Cigars.- -"v
r CH AS." PILTZ, Proprietor.;.
oo a. Koaaitoa- a unsi taxx bts.
rpprooi, sr. ninnw wmtm rroa o.iri . .
anoppios ana. tmaiiuu district, su
Irr. oot.lrtB rooms, atmor h.stnl, letrl
nsnta.. trvpaoa la mob iMMamt. .te. I
Lrs s'Spos. kmaglns, sswkl.(, wrltl.f.
hr m.u or t.lrnkon.
Wntt saulsss aiMta tralaa aa4 stassma
Roomn $I.OO 19 $3.00 a Day
fiuii una s oaauBOTMat Mm.
XII. VAX EAT0V,
(Panaarl ct Bote aiapata, Spekaaa.)
Ysan' Bpacuri rnatias. aa aa4-ZaawtosM- Ars
CHRONIC. NERVOUS AND PRIVATE : DISEASES
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