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THE OREGON . DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND. '-'fritCY EVENING, MAY 10, 1C07.
Orchard Men Have Only Them,
selves to Blame, Says Clarke
LOGS OF CROPS RESULT
- OF IMPROPER CARE
Tree Most Bo Cut Back' to Make
Fruit Mat me- Iaawnw ., IYofiU
Gum to Thoie Who Sprat Time
, and Effort. . ,
TOLD LAWYER TO PLEAD GUILTY
...FOR HIM AND JHEN DISAPPEARED
Lloyd Burtla, who authorised his at
torney to plead guilty for htm and then
left town, failed to appear before Judge
Fraser In the circuit court tnts morning
to receive acntence for contributing to
the delinquency . of If -jrerold Emma
Mevls., "" i .'.
Judge Fraser sentenced . the absent
Burtla to a year In the county Jail, and
to pay a fine of 1106 and coat. Burtla'
ball bond of 1200 waa declared forfeited
and a bench warrant was Issued for Ms
arrest.. Burtls hfl been tried once In
the circuit . court on the charge, and
the jury dine greed.
In pronouncing sentence this morning
Judge Frasef said that Burtls had com
mltted t flagrant . perjury : at his trial
Burtls attorne?, who was present, said
mat tiurus xamny Knows nis wnere
abouts, but isfuses to divslge. lt. It
was said that the officers have a- clue
to hurtle' hiding place, and will appre-
nona him within a. few days. (
the Market Basket
the best returns of any class of farm
ing on this coast."-
' Junes M. French, a prosperous prune j
grower of Clarke county,. Washington,
baa some very pronounced opinions as
to the proper oars of a prune orchard
and believes that most of , . the prune
crop faUures of the past few years may
be easily traced to jacx or proper cum-
Mr. French. but the comparatively few
they failed to realise that their trees
had from ons third to 'one half more
wood on them than they should nave
bad, therefore were carrying one half
mors fruit than they oould possibly ma-
urL -: " i 'u ,- Thsrs is much controversy at; this
"nr Ve. 't worfh itV ,,m warding the crop of strawberries
yesx-s Prune crop was not -worth sav- wm fe proJuotj tn, prftMnt ,
"What we moat need." -1 said Mr. ,. In oms sections the crop wlH be
French, 'Is mors growers who are will- about . a third larger than usual, while
lng to give the prune Industry a little In other plaoes there will be snorters.
more personal. Intelligent effort, and we Taken as a, whole it Is not believed at
5? lnJ- Terr ttw. Tear" ,mke A W tn, '" t there wUl be any material
the beet returns nf anv class of farm- I .. ... . " ..
imuiiiun in me Oregon crop. - van
LADIES', NIGHT TONIGHT;
growera who have taken care of their I
aad General Good Tlma Toniglit.
Friday night throughout the whole
orchards bay found, the business rery winter has been the most popular, skat-
profitable aad could not ds inauoea to
up their tress ss many uregon ana
fornla crop is not quits as heavy as ex
pscted, , owing to the . unseasonable
just now strawberries are . getting
down to the pries where the can be
eaien ana enjoyed by the majority. In
the retail shops Oregons are selling at
ioo a vox ana - the California stock,
which Is now of quite good quality, can
oe purcnased at prices ranging from 10o
Washington growers have done, In the
past three or rour years. : . j
Take the avsrage 10-acr orchard,
and the owner thinks If bs has done S6S
, worth of work on It every year, that he
has done well, when ss a matter of fact
he should have dons 1100 worth or wors
on his io acres or trses. : , t f,
Vst Huge Froflts.
Loquats are now. a resular feature of
tne iooaj market. They are In much
favor in California but until recently,
nave not oeen seen ' in this market
They are nlum-sbaDed. taste Ilka an an.
rloot, plum and pear mixed, and sell at
iv ana 40c a aosen.
Dressed meats are getting so soaros
I In. flight ftf tfca Mk anil itnmnll.
ment to the fair sex It has been made x. according to condition.
ladles' ; night. , Tonight wUl be no ex
ceptron and to better accommodate the
ladles an extra force of instructors will
I be , on hand. During the evening a
grand march will bs given ending In the
grand whirl. A very pretty band pro
gram has bees arranged and will afford
much pleasure to tbs spectators as well
I aa t .Irtllnv Ptiara will n. a Ka
1 know of severs! 10-acre orchards I special matinee' Saturday , afternoon. I " . "" u n,n ln n consump-
that last year ' netted ; their, . owners Don't forget .Ms beginners' classes are """.7 greauy increased.
1 1. 000. But their orchards wsrs prop-held every afternoon. If you are at I' l?""tm tn Production of eggs Is
erly taken care of. I know of other JO-1 leisure and ' want some fine pleasure l"u"u r" nearest or tbs season and had
aore orchards where the . returns were don't forget the rink known as ths " B0 tor the extensive storage de-
not sufficient to pay the expenses of I Oaks.
harvesting. These orchards wsrs neither
cultivated nor pruned. I. Iff flYITD IQ ' ATTAPIf Cn
7ew pruns growers seem to realize! ; "iwj un iw r 1 inwnhu
that their trees should be cut back
very year. A tres can only mature sol ' ' (Continued from Fags One.)
mucn iruit, an ir 11 is atiowea to carry
mana ana the increased consumption
prices would bo much lower. Few of
ths meat markets have annnti
flclent for their trade oven si ths high
values now ruling. Although the mmt
retailers are still at war tw
v mum war in price-making for all are
much, higher. than usual at this time of
1 ,. - ,
uuring ths past; week another ad
Are always a sign of the careful dresser.
, ; : It doesn't cost any more to gain the repu
tation of wearing good .clothes. " ' ; t,
i Take two men with $10 the same amount
, of clothing money-rand one of them will
dress a good deal better than the other.
It's a question of knowing where to' buy. r
THE OUTtET CLOTHING CO. has.
solved the problem on their
too muoh wood It will over frutt, re-1 The arrest was made whan bs saw two
suiting In small, understand prunes that I man running. Hartnett caught up with
th buvera wont have at anv Drioe. - I them., and If over tried to draw a re-
"These facts were never more clearly rolver, but was knocked senseless by ths Tanc? mads In ths pries of hams
demonstrated than last year. The crop policeman's chib. his gun rolling from Djr' "f1 ' emokers. Bacon likewise
was never more promising than it was Its holster as he fell. With Meyer's re- mov u n value; present retail fig
in June of last year; that Is it looked volver "Hartnett covered Keating who urea Dlna so high In both lines that
fimnlria. a fh" awrara ' rrnwer. hnt itnnn.it hmaln. ni vu Consumption has ben MniM.nM. .....
- - " - -, . r r ........ B waavu V. . 'ium I . .. mA . " ....uu.vu.j vui-f I 1
ess K7 J u,a Vues are aus to the V
. Because they are, the BEST that's made .
Jn men's apparel. . ; . ' , , . , j , . .
. N. B. Complete sizes of Conductors' and
Motormen's (car men) Suits, with buttons .
on hand. ." " '
Tiic Outlet CloiMng Co.
N. E. COR. MORRISON & FIRST STS.
ON SALE ALL DAY
Vash Basfn noycl En:rn:I Grcnite Wm
. .. 4
Links In The .
Chain, of Health
CotTeo ',- Tea .
Spices . , . .extracts
Sold on Merit
to ths fact that thewela
. -vu.wuuub unong uis pscasrs.
Trom present accounts ' tha nrtl
creamery butter la abont tn. .. .
will be during the present season. At
this tlms ths demand for eoM
market showing. a drop, soms of ths
manufacturers are consldaeina a.
vance.j f . .... tt. , Z
Chickens are about to ah
values, ths flr.t tlma " J' J"
a, - wa uiauf am in i n
u dnrt,n th P" on and
never havs values been so high. Even
thoea.tsrn .torsge stock l. quoted up
."M-.to.whmt "hly-kUl.d birds are
...... av., . , v,. ,4 j .. , ,
BABY HOME JEA
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Bom .of Gussts Present Had . Ones)
" Bn Oared for at the
Instftotlon. '.., ,'
m .K 1Te.8Wt,,-rkets arv showing
Dliirh nArrs . .
V,V. i. vftjee or. iais. - Aspar
lso Jfr PleBt" "0 tho pries
S lower.- Hothonaa oiiAi.mK.-. - -
lng very fast a. com"
slderab.e decile irthir.
tZfSS'Z Cb,b "d cauliflower
w?th H,aTUth. 4 now -bundanos
witn ' prices not an t,it. . .
from M-.i-. -.r. r wtioes
iniicnea ara nn
Plentiful sd prtce. are corespondiJ
Thirty wee bits of humanity, all well
and dressed in white, formed one of
the attractive sights at tbs recent Baby
home tsa at which the guests 'were re
ceived by the president. Mrs. 8. W. Bit-
ton, assisted by Mrs. O, M. Scott, Mr
N. R. Cox,1 Mrs. David Dalglelsh. Mrs.
Adolph Wolfe, Mrs. D. C. Burns, Mrs.
Qoddard and Mrs. - John Stewart, mam
bers of ths board of managers.' . '
In the reception-room tea was served
from a table festooned with scarlet rib
bons. .Mrs. L N. Flelschner and Mrs.
Oustav Simon presided and , were aa-
-...;,..;.?-..1tv,, 1 '..::;--i-,'-'k;
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4 - " ' X . r . r, ':
THE BEST $3 HAT
IN THE WORLD
ruit marKetfl an
up very well theaa
-v a!5Lj!c"t rrtv oelng green
. D" oeen compelled to
ontfl the fruit rin.n. A--
?ng aJdhth.h,l,rth W,tb MV9l
tef flt ' U1tw,vrt-tle ehowing bet
tor quality Apples are almost out of
consumption. . lf. . ,anr
s ANOTHER CHANCE
T(Cottfnued from Page Ons!)
nVht T"01!! 1J P ""til mld-
a-a irn,l hei1 . Pen UntU midnight
Md on Wednesday they wlU open at 18
and close at 6 o'clock in k. -V...
noon, ths latest time thejt can be opened
by sanction of the law. .
o JToridsd br tmimXi'M'--
Ths matter of nnenlna th. t.ny.b. v..
. ( . - - r m " vwna uo
vawi Bi(ung ins minds of epublloan
leaders for several days, averv ainv. .ha
wiuihuob or tne eity central commit
tee. There Is no provision in , na.
snt law authorizing the second opening
. ve .reKidirauon. DOOKS for a tniinlnl.
pal election. , , -. ...
It is provided in ' ths dlrsct'prtmsry
law that the registration books shall be
An.n.il ..... -. -. i . " .
avaiv primary nominat
ing election and held open for a certain
length of time.4 'All nrovlalnna tnr mi,.
nlclpal elections have been left; out so
mr as mis pnase or the oueatlon la
concerned. ..;':i'i' ' '-5. v-." i
There has been 'some ; doubt ; i-, the
inas or tne city officials and of rvmntv
Clerk Fields as to whether, or not It
would be legal to open the books at this
tlms. ;.kClty Attorney McNary states
that there Is no direct authority tar ths
cuon ..o oe asited bjr the counclL
The House of Highest
( These Are
Piano Snaps j
slstsd by a number of young, ladles. A
Ubls ladened with conf eotlonery ( was
in charge-of Mrs. IV.w. Llpman;
Mra Maude Tiff ssrevd loe cream and
cakes. . The j newly Installed matron.
MVa Qlnford, was assisted by lira.
Culton. ; who : for soms months, so ted
Dom as matron and housekeeper.
American flags wsrs ths chief Am.
Among loose present were
several who themselves had. spent their
uaujnooq nays tn.tnia homo. Ths 'tea
was the occasion of a general reunion
wnere old as well ss new friends wsre
equauy. welcome. . . , t.;v'
Boms of today's want' ads come from
your osignDornooa. ,. , :.., . . u
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TEA KETTLE INSET
Makes a double boiler of your tea kettle
fsi?i r-'ss' iaJt.fa. r-.ks'-l-
i 10, f-
' ' .. ' 1 : i '' ' ' ' J '-
Best Creamery 50c tesfig
FRESH RANCH EGGS
20c A DOZEN
i , .'
f OR WEDDEVG GIFTS
, ' uiici Wf I acceptable as table J silverware. We
Best Sugar Cured Ham. . 17lhavemeny useful gnd i acceptable
. ' ' - T articles In our stock for wedding pres-
crealCtast Bacon .....locHsnts. as.well as evervthlnr nu.,,.
Cream Brick Cheese, lb. . . . 20 ,or houMhoIdv ,rim Md '
Limburger Cheese, each. . . ,35
Full Cream Cheese, 8 lba. . ,35t j
Ieomargarine ". i , . ,' . ;'..40d
Chickens 17c ah tf 20c
4t TRZB9 IT.
50.000 SOLDNOT ONE RETURNED " T f ;
- esp- naa--wawasPB' aawassasF SHaM - bwbbb ssjbbbi . W , VRa
LEADING HATTER 1 "
Sense to Slotats.
The city attorney aavn. hnavr thit
mere is a provision in the law for open
ing t the book after- a state : primary
nominating election; and that the nra.
arable of the law provides that Its pro
visions shall bs interpreted, where doubt
arise, according to the dictates of com
mon sense and Justice, since It is un
doubtedly ths intent of the law to give
r coance to register, he Un
gues that It would not be illegal to pro
ceed vby-analogy and apply the rule
stated fo state registration to munici
pal ; elections. . ' ' - - , - ( wjjil, '
It was' rracticalli? (ImMm if
County Clerk Fields, the circuit court.
Thomas O. Greens and John Van
to Institute a mandamus suit to settle
mo poini ai issue, out it u vIhMmI
this morning; not to take the action be
cause oi- ins jacic or ume - ,
Wo Tfcas for Mandamus. '
The Cult would havs been to compel
County Clerk Fields to open the .books
on Saturday morning, but it was de
cided that there would not be sufficient
ume io. won ine case inrougb. to a de- i
ciaion ana me pian was abandoned.
County Clerk Fields Is willing to
open the book" provided he has power
to do so legally, and it is Drohahio that
he will listen to the request of the city
council . and open ' the registration on
Monday as soon as he receives the re
Quest from the council. ; -
vur vearancc one oi aquart
Pianos offers a chance to ob- I
. ... ; 1. 1 - ..Si
tain a . very serviceaoic instru
ment , for : very little cost.
; iD4 J AAlnILL ST.
ann oinrr arug caoiia are posravety sured by
HAB1T1NA. For hypodermie or internal ask
Sample eent to any drug habitus by tWaa
mall. Reralar nrloe tlM nor hnttla K Ave
r nrloe 12. uo nar b
El your drngglit or by mall in plain wrapper.
Iia CksBBleal C SLVomlm. iio
I eais- y Skldmere Stag Oe Ul 1W
XT TOV WAsTT TVS TIMTMt flmiOl
Poultry Fish and Oysters
: ;Tou can get tbem at . .
g. covacd & co. :
:;; - 'onlt . - ;
They handle this line onlv suit rmt
all their efforts to givs the public the v
V4 aUa..S J -. ......
JJ Several were1 sold yesterday,
and those who x secured them
certainly obtained ? the biggest
kind ,ot bargains.! For practice
ai' yui uvsc. ui es a auci .11 fciic
V? r 1 . 1. . A J
way ox a musical iuiure it worn a
be hard to,; imagine a , better
propositian. (i Here's' the list of
those ready for; today's- selling.
A trifling payment down and a.
little each month buys any one
of them. , And we're ready . to
allow the full amount paid to
ward a better instrument later;
so a few jmonths' use will. really
cost you tjotnmgv . jjettcr woi
them over .fight awayc Here
the list: -' V ' . ' ;- !
'Borden & Grav. rosewood r '
Jennys & Son-.V.......V..f3r
Bradbury . . . .V. , ...... . : .148
Raven & Sons . .... . , . . . .f 58
Jv Another Hardman .f 50
Herlich f 65
Steinway ., .$67
Arion - . . ...... . '. .... . . ..$70
Chickering ...69 I
Steinwayi . .', ; .'. .... .?78
. 1x1 S ............. y
7S rOU Smt ' aa.- aaa v '
S Ew"""""'"Saaai3aZ!S 't't
T I ai j.M .':......,....
Wim cYcky $5.00 ORDER
25.1bOhi6llsW.'rJf.. .V. . 25
Best Crearnery; Butter;;.'!. ;.i ,;.50
Best Creamery Butter. 'i.. .T;45i'
Strictiv- Fresh' ':Etrt?s' t : Jit-ii 20
-7 JKT'R-Mr.--?c-v:-v-'---i',--'-4'-.?---:--. 'V', o-cj,
A.' and ti.. botail.tfr't?
3;cansTqmatoes,;Peas'Beans;Corn. , . ..25
M.; and J.' Coffee j .'..,.'... i .s. i25
rn Va.. d. tu. n.j: ;
......... a .
Pot Roasts, all kinds. .;.i.i...7, 8
? TTflmrjiirc. CaaV' f,:T?r',"''i':''w'- T
f Shoulder Roasts
ex w .
Every One a Bargain.
vv . i . . ........ ni?
Prime Rolled Roasts...... . .. lo
Muttons Stew i . iUvDh V.i,VV.67
Picnic Hams . . V. ... . ; . ; . . .
- Cottage Hamsv.,.;.. tVi:i a.'ivi 12?
pastern nams . ?t2?'VV i 17rf t
Try Pur Lard. 5-lb. Pail;.....;..... .i' ggj
lo-ib.; I'an .. . . .... . ai .1 h
"-'-'" "'" ' ' r'
. Cor. Park .
Orders for Albina and the
East Side must be in by 1
o clock Saturday. - ',"
is ij o ciock satu
st; j h
f jj Phono A
The Big First-Street Mar.K
ket and Popular Trading
' ' ' House. k - :
First and Taylor Gtreeto