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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY: 9, 190V
fMIIERHlT KEEP TRIED AfJD
r rv r v gPt - a r 1 ev r wr en
YOU ;I I .-ATIOS-'ANRFI FS TRIIF I'iflRKFRS
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The; magnificent showing of
beautiful clothing that Welch is
making this spring by paying a
visit to the store; in person.
You will find clothing of qual
ity to please you at all prices
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Make your visit tomorrow : "
Ton read how the merciless Seefl
Trust Is foroinr Its own aoaxkets lata
bankruptcy compelling them . to wear
psaiocks on the door. It is Jost one
year ago that Smith, a wholesale
batcher, beg-ged end implored thai self-
saxne butonera not to boycott him, bail
they, like tha foolish UrMUm asoaad
sue uoiam cir, xtu down ana wo
sblped the Trust
The trust tu meant all along;. that
theee butchers should double no tha
Prominent Women From Every Principal. Crowe and Teachers J fMASS
foiled both - tha Trust and lta
batohera. and ha la rivlnr tha Vortlaad
Assemble There. . School Board.
Part of United States Will
Reelected by Woodland ;
While you are there buy one of
Welch's Jiu-jitsu , Suits,, for ,
your boy priced
, (Journal Special Serrlc.) I ; (Special Dispatch to The JooraaL)
ixs .Angeles, t;ai., . May .Tha U-l urnivii. tv..h vr. a Thahnnl
;n . " .rili'l"" "V alractora f have , reelactad'; tha , praaant
Oonr. of Mthr whioh i t wm orpa ot teachera for next ; jraar. with
a flva dava' aoaalon in thla citr tftmor- exception ot Mlaa ffaylor, primary,
row. It will be tha tenth annlveriarylwho baa realaned .,' on ' account of 111
of tha eongreaa, .which held lta first health. . ' ' i , ( , v
meetln in Waablngton in H97.s PrlnolBal W. Ernest Crowa will still
i no progTam ror ma ia Anreies
meeting ia one of tha beat ever arranged
by; tba organisation. ' The speakers will
be leadera ,ln tha different phaaea of
work for childhood.. The education and
discipline of children in the home will
be considered. . The co-operation of pa
renta 'and teachera through parenta aa
eoalatlona In tha achoola, and tha atead
ily Increasing cooperation between edu
cational aaaoclatlona and tha oongreaa,
will form an Important part of the pro
grani, '...; l.'j ;:.,:..';;:.; '.''''
The care of' the 'denendent Deflected
and delinquent children In ferery com
muntty will be tha subject of aeveral
aesalona, and eminent , apeciallata will
dlscuaa It Legialatlon required In atate
and nation for tha protection of home
I and childhood will receive consideration.
The conference will be the guests of -the
California Congress of Mothera, which
body -baa made elaborate provision for
the reception' and entertainment of tha
visitors, .'(, ' 4 .
You never had a better $5 Suit
PRESIDENT TO ATTEliO
BOOK OR WATCH FREE
IF NOT RIGHT, WELCH MAKES IT RIGHT
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Executive Will Deliver Oration at
Dedication of Lawton Mem-;
orial at Indianapolis.",
Ipeopis tha beat and saeapeat meats la
th Valted States today. Let the pao.
pia stay brBnuta,, -
Frank L. Smith frleat Co.
899-238 Alder Street, -Between first and
. Seooad treets. .;. r ,
"FighUng the Beef Trust
and All That Belongs to It"
Beef from .2 to 15a1
Teal from ................. 64 15l
rork from ;1......,44 54 to 154
Sfattom from ..64 to 154
SECURITIES l!i PARIS!
J. P.; Morgan & Co. Are Taking
Vv Steps Believed to Indicate
Principal W.. Ernert Crowe.
assistant principal, will be retained and I th c.?utrr:
contintfe her work In tha high school.
Tha grade teachers . are - as follows:
.(' (Jonrnil Speelal Service.) v
, Kew Tork, May t.r-J. P. 'Morgan A
Co., according to a' Paris cable, have
eatabllahad close ' connection with tha
credit Lyonnalae. It Is . believed . in
Paris that this arrangement has some I
reference to the floating of American
aecutities In Pails. In some quartera
hero It Is believed to be another step In
a - gigantlo combination between tha
great railroad and banking interests of
Wall street hears there la to be formed I
an Immense holding and banking com
pany. Tha head of tha bank Is to be
Joaraat tseelil Servtect
Indanapolla. Ind.. May I. So far aa
i. in rr th. Btn nd seventh. Miss Minnie MordenH , .
reception of President Rooaevelt. who fourth and fifth, , not filled; primary, " .,.
la to come to Indlanapolla to deliver the Mlaa, Pearl Kenyon of Freeport 1 - , 2SraSi' Vreft t.t.'
oration at the unveiling of the LaWton The, eleventh; grade will be added to tltLt L u
monument on Memorial day, . Tha preai- tha high .school, and ' a complete phy- SlniL 'i"i.0'., f?ln.lrT:
A- ..111 .n.. In Tnlanannllv iirlnrl.l .1.1 s , . . I W,UVH """" " v v. .visuii
" ... i Biuai uuuiawr; -win s pe laoiienea, I bv tha srovernment attacks unon
the forenoon of May SO and will bo ee- along with other ' needed equipment railroad nd
demanded by men of good .v. ; ,
judgment in dress ideas
;$20.00 to $40.00 :
PLRTLCT IN flTjAND :
"The advent of the Gasoline Light
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suivcu -. inc iiiomcniaus proDiem oi
lighting brilliantly, economically' and
cheaply places of business, factories,
foundries, . . churches, - lodge rooms,
depots, open-air and indoor gardens,
houses, etc. ' '
: Its very simplicity of construction
and operation makes it possible for -anyone
of average means to install
and own a gas plant. , and a cross-:
".roads store can now be as brilliantly''
jigntea as a large de
partment store in the
city of Chicago. He who
. nwm a eraenlin lirrhtinrr . V
outfit can always figure in dollars and cents in
advance what it is going to cost to run it, and
always rely upon those figures as being cor-:
rect It is always ready for use, and the light
in comparison with any other is much whiter
and absolutely steady Hundreds of them are
in use, and he who does not investigate this
method of lighting is behind the. times. f
H. W. MANNING
LIGHTING AND SUPPLY CO.
43 TtflCD ST, tet'Plne tnd Ash
Telephone Main -2311; Automatic A 2311. ,
. WRITE FORPRICES.
corted by the reception committee to tha
home i of vice-president Fairbanks,
where luncheon' Is to be served.
The dedicatory exercises will take
place In the afternoon and will be pre.
ceded by a military parade. One bat
talion of Infantry from Fort - Wayne,
Michigan, one battalion from Fort
Thomas. ' Kentucky, and ona light bat
tery from Fort Sheridan, Illinois, to
gether with Several regiments of the
Indiana National Guard,, win take part
In the parade. y.
The dedicatory ceremonies will take
place In tha grounds of the court houee,
which- will place-the high achool In all
reepecta on a par with any other school
or its class in tha atate.
NO MORE BOOZE FOR
THIRSTY OF NEWPORT Kb?
Wood Alcohol Suicide- at Boise.
' (BOeeUI 'Dtepetcfc t . Tt oeraLK
Boise, . Ida., May . A. B. Patterson,
a well-known mining man,- killed him.
self by drinking half a pint of wood I
(Bpedal Dlspsteh to The JoernaLt
Newport, Or., May .The city coun-
80 TOT MTI .
n . vrt .V your banyT lou wonder why ha cries,
oil of Newport passed an ordinance at feuy . botUa of Whlte a Cream Verml-
Ita Uat.meeUng providing that no In- fuge and ha will never cry. Moat babtea
toxlcatlng liquora shall, be sold In thla have worms, and tha mothera don't
city, and Mayor O. C Grovea has In- know It White a Cream Vermlfure riAm
where the monument haa been erected. I atructed ! the - city marshal j to enforce I mo cnua oi worma ana cleans out lta
It Is expected that Mra. ; Lawton, the thla ordinance to tho letter. The county "iJr lT,Z n10'1
widow of the soldier, will be present at voted for prohibition at the laat election. JnJ hoial With ft fiarTe
.v. ... .n. .k.lfialnona hva hM.n mlllnv mnn tvr . Ihi I r,n" V1 ""Uae. WW t, Tear need I
cneirman st tns jjawion com mi nee, win i h . . oy an oruargiata . - !
preside oyer tha exercises and will iii.lr-"""1-- m-m-------mmm
The Gentility Shop
311 Monjson, : Opp. Postoffice
600 Candle rower.
-. , t,000 Users. .
troduce the president There will be j
one or two brief introductory addresses, j
but the speech of the occasion will be
that of the nrealdent who haa Indicated
II that It will be along the Una of a -Me-
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munai xsay auiureos. immvaiaiBir alter I
the dedicatory exercises the Koosevelt I
party will leavexfor Ijanalng, where thai
president la to speak the following day.
Oregon Members Will Gather at
First Christian Church To
day and Friday. - '
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1 The annual convention of tho north
west district of tho Oregon Christian I
Mlaslonary soclty will . be held at the
First Christian church. Park and Col
umbia streets, today and Friday.
The northwest district of the Oregon
Christian Mlaslonary society embraces
the counties of Multnomah, Clarkamas,
Clatsop, Columbia, : Tillamook, Polk,
Yamhill and Washington. - The officers
are: President Rev. E. B. Muckley,
Portland; vice president, Rev. A. C Cor-
bin,' Dallas; secretary and treasurer,
Kev. -A.. A. Beery, Monmouth. '.'!
An Interesting program has been ar. I
r &ed for the two days meeting. Del-
exea ito the convention will be enter.
talned-at tba homes of Portland mem
bers 'Of the society. 'jr"vr
Metsger fits your ayes for 1. S4I
Washington street, corner - Seventh,
formerly at 111. sixth street
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