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DR. f.lORRKSSEY OH
Same Laws Govern World Now
as In the Ancient Time, the
Speaker Declares. ; '
RIGHTS OF PROPERTY -ZXi
THE SAME, HE SAYS
We have just received
- Maple Nugget Sauce
This is one of the most delicious fee creams ever originated
JT rkh, a perfect blending of all the characteristics of the real old
' English plum padding, smooth, and so delicate in flavor that
any description would fail to do it justice. You will pronounce
i it the very best ice cream ever placed befora you. Note our
special Tbanksgmng prices: .,
4-Quart Brick Regular $3.50;.
zz. . r ' t r t -I fr . o
, z-yuart unci, iveguiar .w, .cpcciai.. ..........
l-Ouart Jincic, Kegiuari.w; opeciai......
Carefully packed to arrive in perfect condition, with sauce
in a separate container, and delivered without extra charge.
Another Original Production
This is another surprise another Hacelwood treat and a
novelty in the shape of a FROZEN CRANBERRY SAUCE that
will be aure to make a bit. Made from the finest cranberries
we could secure just sweet enough just tart enough.
Delivered in bulk, carefully packed . ,
Per gallon. ;.1.50 Half gallon.. fl.OO. Quart. ........ 60
; Thanksgiving deliveries will be) made at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m.
Order early, as these costly specials have to be made ahead. -
: Creat " Actlvitytrr Rear Estate in
Vicinity of Tillamook and
: OVER FORTY HOUSES
.J NOW CONTRACTED FOR
I Portland Syndicate Plana to ' Build
' Hotel and Establish Exclusive Re-
' sort One Thousand Acres
, Beach Land Changes Hands. '.
' Practically the entire ocean beach In
,the vicinity of Tillamook and Nletarts
; bay la changing ownership, in anticipa
tion of the developments attending the
building; of two railroads connecting
with Portland. It Is bellsvad In various
. quarters that Tillamook beaches, with
railroad transportation, will become the
most popular beaches on the north Pa
" clflc coast.- '-' .' '
There Is great activity In building and
"Tw yaara ae aevera
cubia to work and acarcely abU
after Heine oat bottlo I went back
. , '
FOR gfilJgllJg AMD L '
a sf Wm V
realty at Tillamook City. The. build
ing of about 40 . houses la now con
tracted for and construction will be carp.
rled on this winter,
"TmanT66irtgBB of tha most active
buslnaaa points In Oregon today," said
B. O. Snouffer at the Imperial hotel
yesterday. - - Mr. Snouf fsr, who is In
Portland on real estate business, is an
old-lime merchant and one of the bet
known men In Tillamook county.
"The Astoria & Columbia River rail
road Is surveyed from Seaside to Tilla
mook City, and about one half of the
right of way has been secured. Con
damnation suits for a third of the re
mainder have been started. The survey
of the Pacific Railway A Navigation
company is completed to Tillamook
kClty. rights of way are purchased ex
cepting five tracts on the route, and
terminal grounds are bought at Til
lamook. Ground has been broken in the
city, and grading la under way. The
tunnel at Hobsonvllle has been opened
and work In It will be carried oh all
winter.- Tillamook City la sure of two
steam . railroads and there Is strong
probability of an electric line from
Portland. Tou can lust say that things
are moving out Tllamook way."
IVaaA Changes X am day .
More than 1,000 acres of beach lands
have changed hands in the last 10 days.
The prediction of a German visitor.
Count Von Lauterbach, who hunted bear
in Tillamook county six weeks ago, la
comnlg true much sooner than was ex
pected. He came all the way from Ger
many to hunt bear In Oregon, and spent
nearly two weeks In Tillamook county.
He - took three bear and a number of
eougar and was delighted with' the
country.- It is said he has five men at
... . .
W f IB
cold aetfled oa my lunga and ao completely prostrated ma that X was
to stand. I then was advised to try Dr. King's Vtm Discovery, and
to work, as well as I ever was."
'' W. J. ATXHrS, Banner Springs, Tenn.
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
RED CROSS PHARMACY.
Finar Judgment of Man Will Be
Based Upon the 'Action Which
' Characterise the Every-Day Life of
" The very. Reverend Dr. Andrew Mor
rlssey, provincial of the Congregation
of the Holy Cross of the United States,
who for'. 13 years was president of
Notre Dame, spoke at Bt. Patrick's
church yesterday morning on .the snn
Ject of "Mane Putto Ob4titnit
Dr. Morrlssey argued' in hla address
that the aame laws governed the con
duct of the people of the, world today
as held in ancient -time. The laws
against theft, blasphemy and all crime
were the sam. the result of their vio
lation the sarne'aa " In aices pasC Man.
had the same rights, the same duties,
the same obligations, changed only by
tire changing conditions of the present
day life. '
- The rights of property were the earns
In the present age.' the speaker urged,
as they, -were In that time when man
was given the command that by . the
sweat of hla face should he earn his
bread. .The final judgment -of man will
be baaed upon, the actions which char
acterised the every-day life of the In
dividual. ' - "
Dr. Morrlssey said that the people of
the present' time were apt to lose sight
of the things spiritual through their
In spite of this man would be Judged
by the good he had done In this life.
Man Is a social being and yearns for the
company and association of his fellows.
Foe tht reason each has an influence
over the other for good or evil. The
world admires the man who uses his
power for - influencing others to good
ends. Such a man becomes a public
benefactor and a man of honor.
Each man has a duty which he owes
to his country, the speaker taughtr and
this duty was hand In hand with ' the
good works of life. The man who was
not a good clttsen was lacking In his
qualities ss a man and did not carry
out the obligation owed by,hlra to this
A large audlenoe greeted the dlstln
ft per day each to wait upon him. and
his display ..of wealth fairly dazzled
people on the coast. He was much em
barrassed by the lack of accommoda
tions, and declared that within the
next year he would return and-ulld-
predloted-that-thta- bsaoh. would become
the most popular beach on the coast,
and sold he' would return once a year
with a party of German friends for a
season of hunting big game. . His first
bear - In Tillamook County coat him
$6,000, counting the money spent from
the time he left home In Germany.
Syndicate to Build VoteL
A syndicate of Portland men will beat
the count's time on the hotel proposi
tion. They have organized a company
and purchased a tract of 41S acres -on
and Nietarts bay back-of it. In - the
syndicate are W. W. Cotton. Louis O.
Clark, William W. Woodward. Phil Met
schan, Phil Metschan Jr., W. H. Morrow,
Chester O.- Murphy; Judge -Murphy,- Ben
Albers, John Manning, H. M. Adams, B.
E. Haney. C. O. Moser, all of Portland;
B.-Or Snouffer,- Tillamook; Wr rergusonr
Astoria; Judge Hamilton, Roseburg. It
la proposed that a complete ocean buach
resort be laid out. and a hotel of 400
rooms "will probably be built by Phil
Metschan tt Bon.- v. ,
: Mr. Ferguson, who is said to" have
old more seaside resor.t lots than any
other man in Oregon, Is Interested at
Seaside, North Beach, Long Beach and
Cannon Beach. He Is quoted as say
ing that the prospects for ocean beach
development at Nletarta - bay- are- ex
traordinary- Another syndicate has
purchased ISO acres remaining of the
peninsula, and Is planning an exclusive
resort which will be reached by a tres
tle bridge across the neck of the bay.
CARLOAD 0F APPLES-
DONATED TO NEEDY
. The board of trade has been . re
quested to distribute ' a carload of
Thanksgiving apples donated by . the
Hood River Commercial club. All char
itable organizations expecting to be
beneficiaries should apply to J. B. Le
ber, secretary of the board of trade,
Monday. The O. R. N. has granted
free transportation for the gift.
FROM THE POOR HOUSE TO
After Thirty-Seven Years, James
R. West Is ReWarded for Sav-
ing Bride prom. Drownings
. (Journ.l Stw-t.l SlcO
- Manerteld. O.. Nov. IS. "Last night
I slept In-the poor house. Tonight I
leave for Waahlngton In a palace car.'
James "R." "West, a wanderer over "0
years of age, mads this statement Just
before he boarded a train which will
take him to Washington, District of Co
lumbia, and wealth.
. Thirty-seven years . agffrTOest . was on
the Ill-fated Fowhattan, which burned
on the Potomac river, with a loss of
over 200 lives. There was a newly mar
rled couple on board when the fire broke
out; they became separated. West swam
to shore with the bride. The husband
was also resoued. The years passed on,
West became a wanderer on the face of
the earth. He was admitted to the poor-
boune here last summer.
The ' young couple raised a family
and grew old. . Then the groom of 17
years died, and two years ago the bride,
Mrs. Janette Cammack followed blm.
She bequeathed property valued at over
$10,000 to Wt, besides money, to the
amount of about 11.600. -
The heirs endeavored to ' find West,
but without avail." West wanted an easy
chair. He wrote to an old friend In
Washington" for $10 to buy It. The friend
communicated with the Cammack heirs,
and West received a New Tork draft to
day. ' - ., -i f ,
EAST OREGON TEACHERS
IN SIXTH CONVENTION
iKpeeUl Dtopttch to Th JoiB-n.1.1
"-JTtdletonyOVi Nvv-SS Tb sixth- an
nual convention of the Eastern Division
of the BtataTgeheriawoTatioTr opened
in this city this morning. Nearly all the
eastern Oregon schools have been closed
for a -week during the convention. It
Is reported that about 300 teachers will
be here. ' r
The officers of the association " are:
Frank K. Welles." 'president; I R.
Traver, secretary; Mrs. Nellie O. Nell,
treasurer; executive committee; EX E.
Bragg, J. A. Churchill. J. H., Ackerman.
' Professor A. El. Wlnshlp ef Boston
will be the principal speaker. He la aa
educator of national reputation.
The following program Is being carried
out today; Section work, primary, gram'
mar and high school; music, "The School
as aa Investment," Dr. A. EJTWinshlp;
music, "Our Normal Schools; xWhat
They Are and What They Should Be,"
H. J. Hockenberry; section work; "Au
thors Who Are a Present Delight.'- Dr.
A. EJ. Wlnshlp. Tonljrht Professor Wln
shlp will have for his subject In a lec
ture, "Boys as a Liability."
The convention will come te a close
NONE OF CANADA'S
(Jnanwl Special Brrlr. , '
Washington, Nov. at. Secretary Taft
today listened to arguments on both
sides of the much-discussed question as
to the transmission of electricity from
the wanadlan side of Niagara falls to
. the United States. It Is probable that
a decision In the matter will be hendoe
u ' ggfl-228
Prime Rib Roast Beef, per lb ..... . . . . . . 10
-Rolled-Roast-Beefr-per lW-rr. .-.'. w. v. 10
Porterhouse Steak, per lb.... ........ .12
"T''-Bone Steak, per Ib...............lS
Tenderloin Steak, per lb............ ....10
Sirloin Steak, per lb 10
.Round Steak, per lb........ ...10
Hamburg Steak, per lb. .jIO
Rump Roast Beef, per lb. .". .8
Pot Roast Beef, per lb '.8
" CornedrBeefrper lb ...... i...-. . . 6
. Boiling Beef, per lb.5 Beef Stew, per lb. 5
Liver, per lb .5 Beef Suet, per lb.5
Mutton Loin Roast, per lb. .. ,..... ...-JL2
Mutton Loin Chops, per lb. ........... 12Va
Mutton Shoulder Chops, per lb.... 10
Mutton Shoulder Roast, per lb. .8
- Mutton Stew, per lb. . . . . . . V. ........... .5
Dressed Tli rkeys, per lb
Choicest Oregon grain-fed turkeys. Each a perfect bird. Buy today.
Buy nefvv. Not a cold-storage bird In our establishment.
down at an early date, unless a further
hearing is deemed necessary.
The act passed by congress euihorU
ln , the secretary of war to fix the
amount - of power certain companies
may transmit from Canada to the Unltdd
States also, empowered mm to prontDii
th. admission of any 'electricity from
Canada, and-great pressure has been
brought to bear upon. Secretary Taft to
head off all eieotricny generaiea m
Canada on the ground that the exten
sion of such concession wUl further re
duce the flow of water over Niagara
FaUs. The American Clvio society is
heading the opposition.
TOO OLD FOR NAVY,
JUST RIGHT, FOR CANAL
(Jtarsal Ppeelal Berries.)
Wta.hlnrtnn. Nov. St. Th. name Of
Rear-Admlral Mordecal T. Endtcott was
placed on the -retired list or tne navy
today by operation of the age limit. In
addition to serving as chief of the bu
reau of yards and docks he la a mem.
ber of the isthmian canal commission
end Is at Panama in connection with
C ASTOR I A
Por Infanta and Children.
Tiis Kind Yoa Haia Alxajt Bozght
that we are going
with each Boy's Suit and
Overcoat, sizes 8 to 16,
tfiat we sell from
We also have a' lot of .
and some : ' ;
The quantity seems largo
but they won't last long
so you had better hurry
SMITH MEAT COMPANY
Alder Street, Between First and Second Strcefr
"FIGHTING THE BEEF
his duties aa canal commissioner. Aa
soon as a successor Is determined upon
Admiral Endlcott wUl relinquish bis
position as chief of the bureau of yards
and docks, "but will probably continue
on the canal commission. Commander
Robert E. Peary, the arotle explorer, la
with. tha bureau chieftainship.
Columbia Phonograph Co.
371 Washington Street, Portland, Oregon
ifaes Mwafaetarera U the World ef Dlee aad Oyllade sTanhlaea.
- . Owners ef the rundamentai Patent
Type Peerless . . $40
Type Sovereign . $50
Satire avmr oa the
Leg Pork, per lb....... 12
Pork Shoulder, Roast, per lb ....12
Pork Shoulder Chops, per lb. ,......12
Leaf Lard, per lb 12yi
SaltPork, per lb. ........... ........ .12
Pork Loin Roast, per lb. .. .......... ...15
Pork Loin Chops, per lb V......... ...... 15
Our OwnLard, 5 lbs. for. ........ ......60
Our Own Bacon, per lb 17tf
.Hams, . per: lb . . u ...m.i m.itlitut17
Veal Breast, per lb........ .8
Veal Stew, per lb............... ...6
Veal Shoulder Roast, per lb....... ......10
Veal Shoulder Cutlets, per lb;.... 10
Veal Leg, per lb......;.;..........,124
Veal Rump Roast, per lb 12
Veal Loin Roast, per lb..... ....12J4
Doctors 0olaff to XemloOv f
(Jearnal Special Bertlee.)
Chicago, I1L, Nov. St. .Eminent phy.
sjclans and surgeons from many parte
of the United Statea and Canada are
rounding up In Chicago preparatory to
starting for the City of Msxloo to at
tend the meeting of the American Pub
llo Health association next week.
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