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THE - OREGON-SUNDAY JOURNAL,'' PORTLAND,. SUNDAY MORNINGJUN9.-190.
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! FJfPnSFS WAYS l)F TRUST
'..I ;. r : , . "v.
j Preservatives Make
Even the Wealthy Are Fooled by Tricks
of the Great Packing Companies
j ("pedal Ptipttrh by leased Win to The Joamsl)
' New York, June 2. In th second of
j his series of affidavit for th New York
rmnmn, Herman, Hlrschauer, former
rent or Swift at Co.. sets -TOftn inrn
powerful manner .som of th-method
of the beef trust octopus. HI Informa
tion ls.tha clearest that haa com from
any source, showing- th extent to which
the trust will, go. ' its' craftiness and Us
greed. . ' ,
jr- "Dopes1', and preservatives, according
before "th agents by, traveling agents,
who' show the meal agents how It Is
possible to sell every pound by making
baef that la not fit for human consump
tion look fresh and Juicy.
' Th affidavit shows that the Amer
ican meat eaters get only - what the
th highest prices from th most- .r
i llabl butchers can be sur of getting
pure meat. -....' .
HOW THE TRUST WINS.
' sjiotj sf Ik sfsliindsjhf th Packer
J ., . Unfolds.
, 5 By Herman Hlrschauer.
I- (Copyright. 1800, by W,
the- so-called preservatives
which are used to make meats look
. . j fresh and smell Ilk good meat can he
J dated back to the beginning of th
' . j great beef trust.
: - The first of these products that I can
' remember was called rosin. It was
f Introduced in the 'osv It would color
any- kind w jondtthm-ofr -beef to an
; attractive h-uo: ftostmj w a a-ftntd
- , made of aniline dye and was. of course,
.' - ' a 'l"tr. product. -The, same kind of
. J, ' stuff Is usdtO this day, and although
. Ms name has -been changed more times
than I can count. Its Ingredients are al
"ways essbntTully The same. "
The' butchers ' of the United t Sates
, ail. oi . incm anow now to iaki m piec
of putrefying beef and in a short time
-jnake. It look ' appetising, as the very
' best meat. I want So make it clear that
. It la not the practice to use these pre
.. servntlves on the best meats. - It Is
on the beef from "the half-fatted or
lisht-we-tgnt rattle tltat 4t t lowa4n.
rivers or dust showers in. every trust
' agency in the- country." - -"H
t Classes of Cattle.
j I shall make clear the difference be
i tween th classes of cattle .and" show
how because of - the- Infamous, trust
t. business , methods, th doping; and Pr,e
4 so far as the agents who-want-to
-""-keep -thatr otf-sr concemedr-
fOut on th ranches and th farms
you will find all kinds and grades of
- cattle. '.' The very best steers will iv
. erase about 1,200 pounds each,, and th
" ' weights drop through th various grades
t -down- to- th canners. which will weigh
t-evir- 700 . to' 809 pounds. .- .' ' .
ntts- take-up- tne-QuesTion-r an.
- ners again today the canner ahould not
: be -confounded with what Is termed the
half-fatted steer or the light steer. The
. canner Is. not grased for dressed beef,
although recently owe of the truwt lead
ers admitted that sometimes when "a
canner was a good-looking one Its car
cass was sold as dressed beef. This Is
not prseticed enough. - however, t make
a hue and cry over It. The good, big.
? healthy steers In the country are going
h to make the best meats. After they
'" are slaughtered their .carcasses art
" going to be quartered and shipped to
the -agents ajid they . are ..not llkelx.JQ
- putrefy or need preservatives.
Z.. . '- ... Klxtur of Trod nets.
- The by-products from these animals.
, however, are going to be mixed with
thby-products-of the eannera, and
' while wealthy people may be able to get
, good dressed beef, when - they" buy
;. canned meats, the cans will contain
portions from sick snd diseased animals
well as jfromthe Jlghestclasspf
, steers. .
I The light and half-fatted steers are
Very different propositions. There are
t several thing- that make It certain a
star's meat is going, to taint and putre-
Vfy within a few days after its death
fT1rnt thing in lurk nf naurlahmnnt. j
Jfrom which every half-fatted steer suf-
A it wMmi
OTm ? V ) 7 sui and quickens the
. k Kr H la haaaaalkla
' -enaaut-av-KAf oBOSLaXts ska bath
Bin aisrsngh nit liry-rt a SaagMSal smsillinsss aad rStwr whlsnii to ta
skin. . "
yjofjLX la th watar, ssstsss scSantoa It aad awkiog It ajratefal t th
bla, ssnssvs She r f smltatlsa-s a aWaJestaat and aaaesis a
. sssnwe sad a nsrlftsr. r
. Ladtos skovld always a " sUVsVTAat " VUlat Beei Tsarass rwwdsr
ahaftnesath. Best tat Cimstasiea. Hy est Swr aay.
AM jossers ) fre sasnsU .ao4 UJuettau kosUet lot Sc. stamp.
Coraz (Dan powosr;, vonc aagias, rwwa oonc
I pacific Coast Borax Co, Bacon Bldg Oakland, Calif,
Good Meat of Bad and
fers. Th second is the lack of food
while" it is being transported to the
slaughter house and th next th ex
citement and blood heating from which
tft cattle suffer vn the, trains. -Th x-
cttement and lack of food Troduea
condition for which there Is only on
remedy after butchering, and that la
the dope and preaervatlves.
Th American packers are ao Intent on
making 'money that they do -riot think
of feeding cattle - properly, and ; every
dny thousands of -animals are driven.
wildly excited, from th incoming -trains
to th slaughtering pens. , Of course
these half-fatted cattle. Ilk the can
ners, can b purchased from th cattle
raisers more cheaply than the good
steers can, sjid I want to divert long
enough to show how th trust forces
the ctl-ra!aers to sell every class of
oatu wnn ut trust wants to ouy.
Method of Trnas. .
Agents of th trust are sent out to
th country to look the fields over and
report th numbers and condition of
th cattl they can And. Th agent
haa th power of attorney for th
txuaLaadcando pretty much as he
wants.. . ! J
Th agent finds that th cattle-raisers
are asking higher prices than the trust
will pay. i r .'-
-.-Tb. telegraph v.-lre"are worked, and
the next day th local butchers And
that the price of meat ha dropped. The
next day the trust cuts it price ailttl
more and gradually meat 1 selling in
that community for so little that tb
cattle-raisers hear of It. When they
make- Inquiries rtbey--nnd--the-lutoheT
have been told that cattl are so pientuui
throughout . thea, country- that meat is
gotnr to be -very -cheap; --That- settles
things with the cattle-raiser and h de
cides to dispose of his cattl quickly as
II ets"in totfeh" with th trust
purchasing agent, who pretends . that
hevls very aprry and the-beat h can
do Is to offer a . . much losfcs
orlc thanh waa willing to
pay at first, and th' cattle-raiser 'be
comes easy prey. Then th cattl ar
ready to be shipped to th' packing
houses. -They are loaded into th filthy
railroad cars. Th railroad law says
that cattle must be fed at leaat one in
very 2 hours In transit, but that law
is no more observed than Is any. othsr
by th trust.
TIRES OF WINE, WOMEN V
'SONG AND EVEN CARDS
(Special Dlspatok by Leased Wire to Tb Jooraal)
New York,- Jjin I. "There comes a
Mm in th life of ovary man. no. mat
ter who, or what he haa been, when he
thinks that after all there is some
thing, mora in llf than wine, women
and cards, and I guess it caught me in
my middle -age now. I' quit-gambling
for good and; I am going to. settle
Thus philosophised'' Richard Canfleld,
th former "Prince of Gamblers," when
Mr. Canfleld was at his new home. No.
t East. Fifty-fifth street, opposite the
Bt Hpgls. and on door removed from
th town house of K. H. Harriman7Hsfeltlon of ih support given by
was watching brawny men carrying In
beds. ' boxes, sideboards and all other
"I'm done with gambling forever thls
time," he went on. "I sold my Newport
plans In Bin kiln and I'm, going to. ge t
rid of tb Saratoga shop.",- ,
SANTA FE WILL FIGHT
1 REBATE INDICTMENTS
(SnecUI Dlanatck by 'LesMd Wirt to The 7eanui)
Ls Vegas, N. M June,!. Th Santa
Fe company is -preparedr-to light the
indictment- sgmst--it-oy the- united
States grand -jury her. Yesterday th
company was charged with granting re
bates in favor of th Colorado- Fuel
Iron company - on coal shipped from
BUrkvllle, Colorado, to Demlng. N. M.
Colorado Fuel St Iron company was
indicted ror receiving1 these rahaica,
uurca, punucs inc
ta sreat a eleaassac soda. Tt aSdillaft
net enlr makae th slssailaa araraaa
Al.s9 f . f& s A M 1-
Women Complet 7 Campaign
Work and Await Decision by
the State's Voters.
' SPEAKS AT MEETING
Tells Workers to Get Up Sweet
Tempered Election Morning; and
Preserve Their Womanly Dignity
During the Final Struggle.
"Qo.lto bed early tomorrow night." get
a- good night's rest ' and get -up -wt
tampered tb next morning.
Who would expect that to be th last
and - most emphatic piece of advlo
given by th national president of. th
suffragists to her hearers two days
before th election? Yet that was 'what
Dr. Anna Bhaw told th meeting ys-
terday afternoon' and reiterated the im
portance of th women's restraining
their dignity and -refusing to retort 'or
ao anyimng unwomanly, no uiur wnai
th provocation. - .On that, she held.
lay much .of th sucoeas of. tb cam
paign, for a man could get drunk and
fall in th gutter and do anything dis
graceful and he would be only pitied
for himself but a woman's slightest
misconduct would reflect on all woman
of the state. .
Meetlng'Well Attended. "'
Th meeting of th 'suffragists yes
tcrday was attended by mora followers
than any previous- meeting. , They
seemed divided btwena spirit of re
joicing at the approaching, victory and
spirit of solemnity over th actual ap
proach of th crisis. Mrs. Abigail Bcott
Dunlway presided and spoke by turns
of the coming "Jollification i and the
necessity of courage In th face of d
The workers shed tears as Dr. Bhaw
told of th manner In which "Aunt Bu
san Anthony" took th defeat in Call-
quiet and the rest of th session was
devoted to eulogising various workers
and giving resolutions of -thanks to Dr.
Stephen '8. Wise for bis published let
ter, to th workers on the outside who
n v a given
have assisted, with money. Mrs. Bper-
ry, president of the California asso
ciation. Jdrs. Lucia F. Addlton. presl
denf tf -thg-Oregon W. C T. U., Mrs.
Devo, one of th stat .campaign lec
turers, Dfr- Thompson and several
others spoke of their experiences la th
IndigBaUon Zs Aronsed.
I Ind lgnation -wag aroused "by ths- an
nouncement that th - antl-suffraglsta
have aaked for 100 men to work for
them on Monday to be paid $3 if they
lose and 14 -If they win. S&verif inert
have been commissioned to look up
enough to make up ' tb 100, it was
said. Dr.- Shaw announced th pride
she felt In th dignified war in which
the "woman-of "Oregon" have conducted
their campaign and said that th mis
tak of tb antls was In selecting for
their leader a man. who thought he was
dealing, with a corrupt political body In
stead of a body of earnest women. -
Ther ar S00 campaign committees
In th state with an approximate mem
bership of ,006 men and women. There
will be watchers at th polls, according
to-tn aecision or . tn. attorney-general
tnat th women have a right to repre
sentation, xney announce that any at
tempt at Irregularity will be challenged
and if necessary a recount will b or
dered of the entire state.
Tho association expresses Its sppre-
Woman's club of Portland.
SORT OF H00 H00
Organization May Be Formed by
-Those Who Deal in Earth's
OREGON MEN ARE FIRST
New State Miners' Association May
Take Steps to Effect Such an Or
(antzation, Making It Wide in
Scope and Membership.
A "Hoo Hoo" order for miners.
That Is one of th plans of th newly
reorganised Oregon Mlnars'-assaciatloiu
suggested ror tn nrst time at th meet
ing held yesterday afternoon at 121
- Th members of th association took
to-the-suggestion as soon aa it was
mado and it was practically determined
to tak the first steps toward th for
mation of such an order at an early
The plan Is to form a secret order on
th sams lines as th lumbermen's
Concatenated Order of Hoo Hoo which
has proved so successful. All persons
af filiated with th mining Industry ar
to be drawn Into the order, as-ara rail
road men and others indirectly con
nected with th lumber business. At
present there Is no such order for min
ing men anywhere In the United Ststes,
and th members of th Oregon asso
ciation consider it will be a hlg-ifeather
In their caps if they atart such a secret
soolety for-man-tn their hual;
wm also UBlgimlued at in inwef
Ing yesterday to establish an Informa
tion bureau at which Inquiries regarding
any mining property or prospect In th
stat will b answered to th best
ability of a man selected for th pur
This Is to shut out "wildcats" Which.
so the members of th association sy,
have In many tnstanoes brought dis
credit upon th mining Industry of th'
stat and made possible investors skep
tical about putting money Into abso
lutely ssfe mining propositions her.
Sinn th. last meeting M. E. Beatty
signified- his willingness to become presi
dent of the association and his election
haa been confirmed.
'' Voters. x
A "Vot Tor Ogleaby Toung- tte clr
suit Judge of department No. 1 will
be a vote for, a clean, capable men,
who will always be found wide swak
and at.jjlw post performing ths duties
or ws erric.
new Lease Leaves No Alterna
tive -A Plain -Statement - of
Facts of Interest to All Doors
of Famous "Quarter Block of
Fine Pianos" to Close In a Few
Days Wholesale Business to
Be Transacted From Ware
. house, Thirteenth and North
rup Streets - A Few . Sale
Prices, the Lowest Ever Printed.
' The chief loplo of conversation among
capitalists, business - and - professional
men. 1n fact th eatlr populace, haa
bean th announced retirement of fcUlara
Piano House from th .retail piano and
organ business. .
-Th-news that the "famous quarter
block of pianos.' th Mecca of tb en
and pointed to with pride as th only
establishment wherein nearly all of ths
strictly high-grade standard pianos, to
ths number of from 700 to !760 ar car
ried under on roof, cam aa a great sur
prise. Rumors have been circulated
that w were compelled to rsttr owing
to disastrous losses In1 the San Fran
cisco catastrophe, while ' a very few
others have figured it out that this- sale
is simply an advertising rase In order
to 'sell off few extra' pianos and
In regard to th first rumor Ellera
Piano House at' San Francisco,, though
containing th largest and most costly
stock of piano and organs, was most
thoroughly protected by insurance of
any house in the city, and this Insurance
will probably be paid tn full during the
coming week. Th store is reestablished
at San Francisco and business will be
oonduotad ther mors aggressively than
ver. ' - ' ' '
As- to the sscnnil rumor, "seeing Is be
lieving." To thos who may thinSTTnaT
this closing out sal Is nothing more
than, an advertising. humbug. we would
extend an earnest Invitation to look at
th sal price, at th Instruments and
also at the list-of prominent buyers who
have taken advantage of tb opportunity
now presented to secure a thoroughly
hlgh-clnss piano at less than what dcal-
rror a tn rny-tay- atth s -r&e 1 6r"yT6f "I
same, we wish ta stat once more em
phatlcally that we are positively retlr-
real estate valuation and rentals assume
a normal or at least a mor conservative
pwft Hy - - yrosent , ''11 l'lnnft
Hons will be engaged In the wholesale
trad exclusively . from, our establish
ment. Thirteenth and Northrup streets,
which .property w own.
The annual rental of any largo re
sponsible mercantile establishment Is
determined upon a basis of a certain
percentage of th total business trans
acted. - When a- rent la demanded that
exceeds this percentage more than three
fold, and when th - rent - totals prac
tically the entire annual earnings of th
retail business, then there is certainly
no alternative but to retire from busi
ness. This situation and our many at
tempts to affect a renewal of th former
lease1-on an Increased, but what w con
sider a reasonable basis, has been fully
explained In our previous' announce
ments. BurneawJt to aay that th leas
of th famous Filers Piano House ex
pired May li. We shall ba her but a
few daya longer and meanwhile must
dlsposs of everything in- this shop, and
at prices ws are now offering them w
are confident that every one of th re
maining choir pianos. Baby Orandssnd
Uprights. Pianola pianos, Pianolas.
Church Organs and Reed Organs will
be taken up quickly.
) Mora. pianos, hav been sold In Port
land during th past few days than hare
been sold heretofore in so many months.
T great reduction in price haj met
th unprecedented approval of mustc-lov-
ir.r people in Oregon, Idaho uni Wash
ington. L.SSI - week no less than 167
pinnos and pianola pianos vtcro sold.
I'd while ther number of sale have
been remarkable there still Is left - a
very complete assortment.
About 23 of the very choicest and
most costly, highest grade Chlckerlngs,
Webers. Haseltons and ' KlmbsJls ar
still ' here. They go for almost half
price, 120, 1S, yes, even tit a month
buys them. 4
About a dozen of out-of-the-ordlnary
and very costly instruments of special
case design and In very choicest of se
lected mahogany, mottled English oak.
burled walnut and other rare and costly
woods can stilt be obtained. These are
special exhibition pianos, th llks of
which ; will , probably never be shown
sgaln. at least they could hot b ob-i
talned under ordinary circumstances for
less than 1660, 7S0 and som for even
At Ttv Tt Cent Ims Than Cash Cost.
All of these ar now. offered at 6
per -cent less than the exact factory
i- wo must sell them to retail buyers
and will accept monthly-payments of as
little as tit or even tit from any re
In regular catalogue styles we hav
quite a complete assortment of beauti
ful Klmbails, and Crowns, and Hobart
M. Cables, Whitneys, Hlnsss, Pease,
Cook Co., Bailey and other less ex
pensive makes. We offer th finest
brand new cabinet grand upright pianos
in fancy mahogany or mottled walnut
case, instruments ruch as have never
herefnfore been sold for less thsn t'SS.
we offer these tomorrow for tilt. tl7
and II 8 1. Mor -elaborate . atylss for
ttlt and up to I24, pay It or tt a
month W you Ilk.
Four i specially fin highest grade
pianos, "usually costing 1475 or 1500, go
now for 1288, and a couple of t50
style ar now 1411 and t30. Will ac
cept as low as 10 a month on these.
- soaca au una oirzs.
In addition to the above, and som
very fine Pianola pianos, .Pianolas and
elegant parlor and church organs, there
ar also a number of excellent used
uprights, not on of which can be told
front really new ones. At th prices
they ar -now marked every on should
find buyers by tomorrow evening.
Among them are:
An elegant llttl Fischer, ttt.
A Cable Sons, 1109; another, 9S,
and still another, 1147.
AholcsJHti Emerson, UI4;. an-
othert tlti and a very aiialn on fas
A big walnut-cased Packard. 1IS.
A very fancy mahogany cased Men-
A Bord French piano, 4S; another.
A Knabe, like new, 1285. i
A llttl black-cased Hale, 11. .
A Camp Co., 1120.
A Behr Bros., very fine, 1198.
And many others.
All of these used pianos, go for 10
down and IS or mor a month.
ouiit, rara ont
Vtn. new parlor organs sell for from
tit to !3B, according to works, style
and design. Most of them ar reduced
mor than half th regular retail value.
Pay tt or even tt a month.
Bear In mind that Ellers Piano llous
ta not going to laavs Portland. On the
corner of Thirteenth and Northrup
streets w own a quarter block, finely
quipped, from where ww will hereafter
eonduot only, a wholesai buaiasssA.
JLittle Rents ; 1 U
Little Expenses ..Z
Uittlc Down ;
of Acme Steel Ranees. -This
the market and must be seen
to he appreciatcdwTha.jrice
is low and all that is required
is a little- down - and - little
Every Instrument sold under our hands
shall be exactly as represented, or
money will be cheerfully refunded.
Every Instrument sold Is also fully cov
ered by th makers and by our own
guarantee, thus protecting a buyer in
very wsy. Com in and select a
choice piano, or a Piano), or an organ,
tomorrow, before all ar gone. Ellers
Fland House, th busiest, biggest and
best dealers. Stores In every impor
tant western city. Including Ban Fran
cisco. LOOP HEADS RURAL
McMinnville Man Chosen to Lead
, State Organization Dur
ANNUAL MEETING IS ,.
BROUGHT TO CLOSE
Delegates From Every Section of
State in Attendance During Session
Convention Causes Enthusiasm
Among Members. '
With the election of officers for th
ensuing year at yesterday afternoon's
session tin fourth' annual meeting of
th Oregon Rural Letter-Carriers' asso
ciation concluded its business. Dele
gates from every, section of the stat
attended and an enjoyable social affair
was given In their honor-last night at
Officers chosen at yesterday's elec
tion were K. P. Loop, McMinnville,
president; W. H. Boyd, Beaverton. first
vice-president; Milton I. Grant. Dallas,
second vice-preaUlent; J. It. (Joins, Al-
leelevlej secretary and treureF)
J. H. Bchram. Cleone, stat organiser;
J. H. Coins, Albany, delesat to th na
tional convention, and W. H. Walker,
North Yamhill, a member of th execu
tive committee for th three-year term.
" Report a of the various committee
that were submitted yesterday showed
th association to b in excellent con
dition financially and la other respacts.
Eight new members were aamutea yes
terday and delegates declare that th
growth of th association Is gratifying.
Th delegates will remain In th city
today and return to their homes on
Monday. Today will be devoted to see
ing th city. Special i arrangements
hav been ma'de for their entertain
ment. Members in attendance at th session,
ar: J. IL Bchrsm, Cleone; J. K. Cuts-
forth. Qsrvals; Frana Kraxberger, - Au
rora; J.'IT." Klene, Oervals; JT. r. Mo
Dnnough, Hotbronk; Arnold Dysls, Port
land; John H. Van Low, Cornelius; H.
.Wsidron, Oregon CllJ WlUlam X
We Invite your careful consideration of out
position and advantages over our competitors
Our store 1 s 1 00 x 1 00 - feet, and rightly called
the home of low prices, where you can get your
home furnished complete"
THE BABr SPECIAL -t
folding-lOo-Oart as low as
Will come snd stay at my sanitarium
va few days you will be astonished at
the number of patienttrominent
merTand womerTaniong them we if e
"curingr" You will tpee'dily learn,' too,""
the methods of treatment we punue
Chinese Herbal Remedies
- ,The cures I am effecting are truly marvelous. If you are suffer
ing it will cost you nothing to at least come and tee me. You will
bless the day that brought you to my place.
DR. WI N GLEE
Sanitarium, 27 North Fifth Street, Bet Burnside and Couch
Bayslnger, "Carlton; W. If. Boyd, Beav
erton; K. B. Cornett, Albany; Charles
IL Kelly, MoMlnnvllle: W. T. Eber
hard, McMinnville; M. B. Grant, Dallas;
J. ' C. Turner, Alrlle; Archie Parker,
Independence; Fred Bpooner, Lents ; R.
O. Tweed, Lents; Lew Davles, Warren;
8. A. Mills, Newberg.
REPORT ON PACKERS
(Special IHipatek sy Leased Wire ts The loarssl)
waaningion, u. l June . ine presi
dent today received th report of
Charles P. Nelll and James B. Reynolds,
who represented him in th Investiga
tion of th Chicago packing-houses.
This report will be sent . to congress
Monday with a messac from the nrcal-
dent recommending legislation he thinks
win cur th evils complained of.
Messrs. Neill and Reynolds spent some
tint with th president this afternoon.
They wr accompanied by Oaorg P.
MoCabe, solicitor of th department of
agriculture and on of the members' of
th committee of that department which
som .-time ago Investigated conditions
tn th packing concerns. . -
Th report submitted today Is merely
a brief of th information in posses
sion of th president and his eommis
sloners. tt contains about 6.S0Q words
and is somewhat general tn Its ehaxao-
tar, spsduo details being lacking;
without paying exorr
prices- -. - --v----.
We are showing a large as
sortment of up-to-date Tables,
Chairs and Rockers In both'
golden and weathered finish.
Sice our wdowrgpTT"
For Our Patrons
This amount we save
though held In reserv in cas tbay ara
" - ' I,
PACIFIC SENIORS SEND
Paclno Unlvsralty, rorest Orov. Or
June t. -Commencement Invitations
hav been sent out by th sanlor class.
Invitations will be sent out soon for
coll entertainment and th gradu
On Friday svsnlng Professor TThsp
man presented Miss Cadwsll. pianist,
and Mlaa Shannon, soprano, soloist, lit
recital s th Brat concert of sommenca.
ment. They were assisted by Mm
Waggensr of th eonservstory.
The flaj-rtaus tatorsts sr ssM ts ke
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