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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, , PORTLAND. TUESDAY ! EVENING,? JUNE 4, : 1907.
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lis a Esulf of Various livestock Shows Held at Different
I -Expositions Pacific Northwest Has Kcceivcd Wide 1
1 - Notoriety and Prominence of lasting Benefit
v . B Tom Richardson. ':
a Through th medium of the livestock
Industry Portland, Oregon and the Ps.
Clflo northwest have received more
striking, effective, substantial and lasU
' ing advertisement and prominence than
through any other single avenue. ..
" The parades, music, elaborate decora
tlons, surging throngs, speeches and
displays of the Lewis and Clark center
nlal exposition . have either been for
gotten or are but a vague memory, but
the livestock show at that fair not only
lives In memory as the chief success of
, me exposition, bat It has resulted in
adding both fame and wealth- to this
state and the1 northwestern portion of
the United States. It has added thor
ughbred horses, oattle and sheep to
such a degree that no one feature of the
business - men's trip 1 through eastern
Oregon and western Idaho was more ap
predated than the showing of thorough
bred borsej at many stations. The
grade animals In all lines of livestock
have Improved In .fact, the livestock
jinow was ins penenciai ana tasting
feature of that most successful of elm
T liar shows held in the United States.
St. Loula exposition Oregon, Washing-
ton, Idaho and California, have become
better known, and as a result of that
fair the correspondence of each and
every one of the commercial and In
dustrial bodies of the Paclflo coast has
been Increased enormously. To Ore
gon the greatest result of that exposi
tion was the fact that It proved to the
world In the 107 days' contest In milch
ows that Loretta V., queen of the
world's milkers, the leader In the aris
tocracy of the entire cowdora of the
world, made her home In Oregon in
fact, within the limits of the city of
Portland, and every stockman Is this
country, and In other lands, has been
nade familiar with that fact, and that
one Incident has added enormously to
the Inquiry and the Interest felt In
dairying opportunities In Oregon and
the northwest If Loretta D. could ex
eel them all as a milk producer, there
was a reason for It They have been In
vestigating Oregon as a result One of
the strongest features of the enormous
correspondence of the Oregon. Develop
ment league was the universal Inquiry
regarding the dairy possibilities and
opportunities of this state. In fact It
will -not surprise the dairymen Of Ore
gon If the market value of their product
tn the state during MOT reached the
enormous total of 120,000,000.
' No one branch of advancement that
lias come to Portland and Oregon has
excited more concern and been exploited
as a greater argument tn behalf of the
xvtare of this city and state than the
fact that Swift Co. and Armour &
Co., the largest packers In the world,
have bought several hundred acres of
land on which to locate stockyards and
packerles to supply the markets of
Alaska, the orient, British i Columbia
and the Paclflo northwest frejn the great
port located at the' confluence of tie
Willamette and Columbia- fivers. ... '
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That Portland will be the 'great cen
tral point in the packing Industry of
the Paclflo coast is assured and no one
of the- great Industrial enterprises of
the country adds more to the advance
ment of the city in which it Is located,
or is more ; directly beneficial to the
growth and prosperity of the country
surrounding' that city, and market, than
are packerles.! .,-:..' "n
, .This has been proven In the building
up and the advancement of Chicago,
Kansas City, " Bt Joseph, Omaha, St.
Louis, and last but not least, the loca
tion of Swift's and Armour's packerles
In the southwest at Fort Worth, where
In two yeara the population of the elty
was sou Died. "
Portland has the livestock Impulse.
She sent the world's greatest milker to
the St Loula exposition, to carry, off
the blue ribbon In competition with the
very best milch cows the world could
produce. Then Swift end, Armour
bought their land sad the packerles will
follow, and now to make assurance
doubly sure the Portland Country club
and Livestock association has been
orzanlsed with a capital of $150,000,
and its incorporators are men' who In
sure its success.
Next Thursdsy morning at 10 o'clock
there will be a meeting in the parlors
of the Portland Commercial club of the
subscription committee to represent the
different trades, professions and prop
erty Interests of Portland, and it will
be the duty of this committee to solicit
subscriptions to the stock of the Coun
try Club and Livestock association, and
It Is the Intention to make this canvass
In one day and close It up somewhat
similar to the subscriptions secured for
the Lewis and Clark exposition.
Eighty acres have been secured at
$780 an acre. This will be the home of
the Driving association and the Hunt
elub. and entertainments of different
kinds will be given there so that the
rrounds may become thoroughly popu
arlsed. out the substantial and far-
reaching idea of this movement Is the
advancement and development of the
livestock Industry of the Paolflo north
west, and in this great field of industry
there are opportunities offered by few
sections of the world. The entire state
of Oregon and all this portion of the
United States Is as much Interested In
By- Toning TTp the Blood and Kervee
Pattest Beoovered Weight, Streagtk
and ttood fpirita.
When the nervous system Is broken
down from overwork, or whatever
cause, life loses Its joys. Mot only Is
the nervous victim a sufferer himself
I but he. Is usually a trial to the whole
family. Nervous breakdown Is often
I gradual, appearing at first to be merely
an unusual fretfulness. Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills tone up the nerves In the
most direct way and not only cure
minor troubles but serious disorders as
well. ,- - ." ... .
Mr. W. W. Munroe of 16 Hatel Park,
Everett, Mass., says: "About four years
ago this September I became all run
down from overwork and from confine
ment to , work -during warm weather.
For two months I grew steadily worse.
I lost in weight and strength and had
no appetite. My memory failed me quite
rapidly and I became tn a very low
state, both physically and mentally.. I
took no interest In life, neither In busi
ness nor recreation. In my position, as
foreman .In a . large manufacturing
onemisrs establishment in Boston, a
good memory Is absolutely essential to
success because of the immense amount
of detail that must be carried In the
- "I brew very despairing, could not
bear to have people meet me and my
friends remarked on my condition.
About the middle of December a friend
told mo one day that he had tried Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills and found them
reliable. X commenced taking them and
at the end of two weeks the change for
the better was remarked by friends. I
continued using the pills until I was
thoroughly recovered. I regard them as
a fine remedy and make this statement
voluntarily In gratitude for the benefit
I received from them."
These pills actually make new blood
and have cured such diseases ss rheu
matism, nervous and general debility,
Indigestion, nervous headache, neuralgia
and even partial paralysis and locomotor
ataxia. As a tonic for the blood and
nerves they are nnequaled.
If you are a sufferer from any dis
order of the blood and nerves write for
proof of what Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills have accomplished In oases slml
lar to yours. Every testimonial used
by this company is carefully Invest!
gated before being published and la au
thentlo. . ,
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by
aii oruggists, or direct ty man. post
paid, on receipt or price, to cents per
box, six boxes for $3.80, by the Dr.
Williams Medicine Company, Schenec
tady. N. T. .
uTSSWSE FOR D0UKH0B0R ,
limits of the city of Portland.
AT THE STOCK
LAND STARTS FIGHT
After Sleeping on Steps of Land
Office Claimants Are Forced
1 From the Line.
At the Star. .
As thrilling as any Subject pertain
ing to conditions In the empire of the
csar always is, "Darkest Russia," a I
(Jooml goeeial ferric.)
Prince Albert, Canada, June 4. The
rush for Doukhobor homesteads de
veloped into a fight outside the land
Soils jfej . sers
$40 il Jt?'
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melodrama presented at the Star yes- office yesterday. From early Satur-
terday, made a profound impression. It J day and all through the night a group
abounds In thrilling situation and Inlet $0 -mea sat on the cold stone steps
heart Interest that Is strongly appeal-1 and morning found them weak ' and
lng. weary and unable to resist the rush
' Yesterday s performance was witness- of a party who had .slept and eaten
ed by a large audience which was thor- and forced them from their position.
oughly pleased. Miss Margaret Pitt, I In the struggle some of those who
the new leading woman of the Star com- had slept on the steps went through
pany, and Mr. Raymond. Whlttaker, the I the glass panes of the door, and others
new leading man, , appear to unusually fought until the mounted police re
good advantage as do other members stored order. When the office should
of the company. have opened the steps were held by city
The play deals with; the cruelty of policemen ana members of the mounted
the aristocrats towards the peasants, I police, who used their fists and batons
and the continual plotting and counter-1 to keep the steps clear. Women were
plotting of officials. It is sure to please thrown down without ceremony.
those who are fond of melodrama. I Ten homesteads were available In the
first townsite opened. A dosen men
I crowded through In a moment and the
police had another trial of strength In
At the Lyric'
The Allen stock company la present-
A Thirty-Day Sensation.
A sal which, according to Manager
It's a case of beating from two
standpoints first the part of
the "spanker" which enters into
the making of all well-tailored
" garments to a greater or lesser
degree,' but the second and most
decisive case of beating is in the
leadership which our Columbia
tailoring has established over all
other tailoring in this town. -
- " Better Fit
Columbia tailoring is a propo
yfftipn of the greatest ; possible
merit' "Try It out" on your
summer suit-let us' show you
what real style and comfort we
can -put into lightweight attire;
and well save you money, too.;
.Wulll.. ..... .V. -
ing at the Lyrlo this week, "The Sins
of the Father," a thrilling comedy
drama, which pleased large audiences
yesterday. The Allen company, which
has so many successes to its credit will r,.ri. vtim m .
undoubtedly score another with this LeMtion in Portland, is scheduled to
wT-hum., ' v. , open tomorrow morning. June 6, at 8J
, "' , p i .J " Tt Street and will continue for
Vli 1.. 1rn- l SO days. In making arrangements with
vvh.k,.u, . mmu u- Th journal for a full page "ad" to
, , Z V"1'" appear in tomorrow evening's issue,
X!rna,.Feite"h Jirle Thompson. Char- Mr. rertljr ial(J. .The M whlon
" """""V'r or purj, irrini wU1 ow tomorrow morning at First
Ke.nny,,IU1fh Belmon: Hrry Blanch- an(J nM ,treets is of a $100,000 stock
ard. Charles Ayers and It N. Dudgeon. of num's and .women's ready-to-wear
Vukj v.. . "t apparel of a prominent San Francisco
own wuiiuoiiujijr BucceHiut wnsrarsr I Ama1r hn ha hMn f ah4 h VI.
yruuucBu. lbank to raise $$0,000 in $0 dare. With
the threat of being closed up unless
the money was promptly raised, this
dealer immediately shipped $100,000
worth ot the finest of his stock to
Portland, and it's up to me to clean
up $$0,000 for him before the first of
July. Necessity knows no law, and as
I am looked to for this enormous sum
to meet the bank's demand. I realise
I must "make a nolee like big sale.'
I mean to make this the greatest sell
ing event Portland has ever known,, and
my page of bargains to appear In The
Journal this evening will show of my
determination. Former prices have been
AT THE VAUDEVILLE
At the Grand. .
There is a bill at the Grand this week
which contains a variety of attractions.
The bill was offered for the first time
yesterday and will continue alt week.
U.MAk. k .l.1w MM.!. 4t.UI
week, for there is no particular f eature J"Hi I!"'' JL A.V .0f "e,J
that overshadows the others. A comedy
act entitled. "When Caesar Sees Her."
is scheduled as the top-line feature, but
terest in the other attractions as it does Fishing Outfit Identified.
in that : s Astoria, Or.. June 4. The fish boat
The Walking Delegate" is a comedy and net that were picked ud by Andrew
Sketcn winch receives an encouraging Anderson on Chinook beach last Satur
reception and Miller and McCaully are
blackfaced singers and . dancers who
the goods for
speak far the
will speak for
what they'll bring.
sale now tomorrow
' Grant Fhegley, llanager,
ELES' BDCr 7TH and STAEK
make good, with the audience.. Alto
gether the bill is of real merit and will
likely prove popular , during the entire I
IDENTITY OF DEAD
MAN A MYSTERY
Brother of Thomas Quick Declares i
He Doesn't Know the Victim of
" ' the Steam Shovel.
dey. belonged to Henry Reney of North
Shore. The outfit had broken from Its
moorings and drifted down the river.
AT THE THEATRES
Seats Selling for Mrs. Leslie CarteV.
Seats are now wiling at the box eftic of
the Helllf theatre, : Fourteenth and Waeblng
toa etneu, tor Ur. Leslie Cuter. Th die.
tlnralened eetreH will present ber famoaa suc
ema "Da Brry" at the above theatre next
Thnnday and Frldey algbta and Satnrdey af
ternoon, Jane S, t and S; Saturday sight
"Zaie" will be given. . .
rtttm CVnni. In "Til. Ttnal
rh Duel." declared . to be the mot ab
totfeiaeir Interesting drums tbat ha come to
aa from Franco since "crrano ce neraerac,"
wlU be the vehicle In which Otts Skinner will
"make his appearance at the Helllf theatre next
Monday aad Tueedar nshts, Jannary 10 and
11. 'Th Duet" created a TerlUble sensation
In Paris where It achieved a run of 800 Right.
Sklnner'a supporting company aa usual com
prises roeocnlsed artiste or superior abtity.
Beat sale opens next Friday. ' . .
Ilavori tA be Oulck was that recelnte for
I. O. O. F. lodge dues were found on MGlrofle-Jlrofla, Seores Big - Hit.
his person. The man signed with the "Olrefle-Olrefla" ecored a tremendona bit last
A. A C. railroad as Thomas Gallagher night at the Marqaam, where it was sang br
and la known to have received credit the Sea Frsaclsco Opera eompsay. It Is the
under the name ot Quick. Who he Is, . mrs th.t the fjinous eld opera
1. gM a,AM. as.. I OH PtfJSJ JlfJsaXal IB UUB Utf gUlglUU-U
. . " i"" . rr,L ' . 1 . . w I - thers sr. few ot the more modern comic
(Spectal Dispatch to The Journal.)
Astorls. Or., June.. 4 It now tran
spires that It was not "Thomas Quick
of Tillamook, who was scalded to death
by the overturning of the steam shovel
of the A. A C. railroad a.t Clifton last
week. D. B. Quick, a brother, arrived
In Astoria yesterday to tike charge of
the body, but as soon ae he saw it he
declared It was not his brother's body.
The reason that the dead- man was be-
ttnenl. TImm -wm - fWlseiJ
when he Is heard from, mar throw light I boose last aisht te hear the tint performance.
ea the matter. . j ' .4Xhe plsce wlU be the alU at the Uarsaaai lac
By unanimous vote of the people as Portland's only real bargain ttore,' and each day, each week, and each month, we strive to serve
the public even more faithfully and better than in the past, if such a thing be possible. We buy bargains and sell bargains that's
the whole story of this store's daily career. 7 That's why we can and do undersell all competition all the time; . ' ? t ,, .
The Great Bargain Store p Big Wednesday V Sale
Entire SfocR of 1300 Pairs of :
Worth Up to $2.50 Pair 1
More startlinsr Shoe selling tomorrow a 98c sale that's the most sensational
of the entire year. Think of it!, Up to $2.50 values, 98c. They're the maker's
entire stock of odds and ends; 1,300 pairs in all. And every pair stylish,
dressy, and as perfect as though you paid the regular price of $2.00 to $2.50.
The lot includes handsome patent leathers, vici kid and gunmetal, lace or
Blucher Oxfords and 1 and 2-strap. sandals, Juliets with elastic sides, light,
hand turn or medium weight soles, cap or. plain toe. We f -
also include hundreds of pairs of white canvas oxfords. ffirlU fZ
T? 1 ! Jit. . l- 4. U- UaA IV I J L
xvcry size, in every wiuui, pu yuu vyixi uc sutc w micu.
Every pair a $1.75 to $2.50 value. All in onerI Afft1
lot and not over two pairs to a, customer VUUlvL
PORTLAND!! IIE17 DEPAflTI IEIIT STORE
V 'W w A
Blesched and full 16 fTW
inches wide; best 10c tll .
grade at one-half priced yd
faR ON YAMMILLrROM
Full 28-inch, dark col. uTX
ors; full bolts and a UIj
regular 10c grade ..... Vju
Wednesday Another Great Sensation 4,500 Yards of
I c to 25c Wash Goods
Mill ENDS StfiSffi! 4500 YARDS
ThereH be thousands after these. Will you be-one of the wise ones and be here when the doors open at 8 tomor
row morning? There's only enough for a oneway sale, as at this price there won't be a yard left by nigfiL; The
lot includes handsome figured Lawns, Organdies, Batistes and Mulls. Full 27 inches wide. All good colors and
patterns. All 16c to 25c grades, and only "4 if) a yard. Sale starts at 8 sharp, and those that come first get the
best Choice , .
e e i
i e e 4
c Yard for 39c Corset
ii Cover Embr'deries
500 yards only, full 18 inches wide, dainty and handsome pat
terns, with ribbon beading effects. Pull 16 inches wide and a
bargain at 39c. Yard, 24fL . " '
5,080 Yards 21-In. Wide
39c ' .Real Jap Silks
Enough for one day only; the real imported genuine Jap Silk;
most all colors. Never sold under 39c. Special for Wednesday
only 21t yard. , -
5,000 Yards No. 2
worth So yard Col
3 Yds. 5c
100 Pairs Large Full Size
Ruffled Swiss Curtains 39c Pair
and you can't.niatcb 'em less than 60c
Only 100 pairs in all, so hurry, hurry, hurry. Full 2 yards long and all well made. It's
a small auction lot only, and there's no telling when youll get such a bargain again.
Choice, 39 pair. -. 7
While They Last
all colors all sixes
GLOAK ROOM BARGAINS
Are So Great as to Aioaaze You
Each day customers tell us that our prices are just about half what are asked by others for the same identical goods. That's just
. . . f . . m 1 . 1 a 1 , 11 r
one or tne reasons wny you always una mis section crowaea. xomorrows great Dargain iisi again pruvca uic. unucrscuang ouprcm
acy of this great store. Read on:
Women's $3 White
And when we say $3.00 ones we mean it. All lace
and embroidery trimmed; fancy styles.
See them if you g Q
want a bargain. XMSl"
Choice ........... S W
eat $10 Summer
All samples, l VAQ
Women's $12 and $15 New
In linens and fancy materials. All sizes,
one fancy trimmed. Choice, $4.88
Women's $1,501 Odd Lots Wo-
Lace and em- Af
Worth up to
one lot .
A Clearance of I
Most any price now to clear the
balance of our stock.
Flower Wreaths -6c Ea.
Hundreds to go, all kinds, good
sizes: worth up to sac. moice, o
Choice of all our
$5 Ready to- $1 flU
Wear Hats tf
Most any kind or style you can
think of. All must go. -.. i J
Save Half on Your
Here's just samples of the way prices are cut in this great bargain section
Glass Lemon Squeezers
Clothes Hooks, dozen
Egg geaters .
6c Toilet Paper . . .
Shelf Brackets, pair
Paper Plates, dozen ...
KniVes and Forks, each
Tea Spoons, .dozen
15c- Cuspidors .......
50c gal. Slop Pails 39e
1,000 best 15c splint Q
Market Baskets C
Reg. 50c Brooms .33tt
6c Tin Pie Pistes 4
i.50c Fancy English Tea V7
Pots, good size O I C
J5c set Table Mats 22
15c and 20c fancy Tea Ifli
Plates go at .1UC
25c Tin Wash Pans ..... '. . . . 19e
Bargain Day In ' .
Soaps arid Drugs
Tooth Brushes, 5f Thousands to
go, large and small; all 10c .
and 15c ones. Choice ........aC
50c Scissors, 24f , and Shears, too,
all sizes, good steeL Every Oil
one at half price. Choice ; . . XiHC
25c Mennen's Talcum Powder. 12e
15c Dressing Combs, full size. 84
25c p"kg. of 15 Souvenir g
Postal Cards OC
6c, 7c and 8c Toilet Soap, r O -great
mixed lot Choice, cake. .aIC
50c Hinds' Honey and . ' v 7 OQ
Almond Cream .......,..'...07C
25c Kirk's Tooth Soap, 74
the entire week. It Is sufalrlnntlr costumed,
tbe oos tamps of Ccrtsln members costloc ban
drads of dollsrs. Tddr Wbh, the comedian.
Is exctptlonaUjr ranny la 'HJlrone-airofla,"
"'x-Oreat Fun at the Baker,
Tbr4 is a bunch of "fan at tbe Baker this
k that bis nam hn eqaall in Portland.
Crowded hoosss ara srltnessioz everr perform,
ance of' "Norar Asala." a seramlnsl7 fanny
fares, 'and the arowds wills oonttaae all week.
The plar la a tranUtloa from the Stench, the
originstors of raally comical plays, and has
been -msstntlr successful wbererer It has
been ' prodnced. It is' being offered at the
Baker thla week for thu first time ' In the
northwest. It is the last weak of. the Baker
Stock companx t eeaaoa sad' sil eld Baker
patrons are showlnf their loyalty to tbe torn
Pnr. .yy.;;- " i-, .-""t- -;. i-M .' -y
' Lyric's Great Melodrama. ,
Tne Allen Stock company nam made e
trsater' hit than M ta scorln this weak at
the Vjre in the thrilllnc mektdramatlc sne
cesa, "Slas of the Father,- to which Tarna
relton. the talented laaalne woman and arery
member of the east la Included. Tad eta,
settlofa and mechanical features ara all first,
class. There will be matinees todayy Tharaday,
Batarday and Sunday Sad night performances
.',. ''v.",.i " ' ' 1 ' " 1 ' 'V '
: '' " Superior Specialties.
There Is audTlUe 'da laze at the Grand
this week. The enrrent bill Is the best la three
weeki and la saturated with Mei and.stualc.
"When, Caesar Sees Her" la a ; comedy . affair
which aeta everyone la aching and "The .Walk
ings Delegate' is another sketch which makes
smiles appear. There is sot an eld act on the
' ' Bartley CampbelVa 1 familiar and - aneceasfnl
melodrsma. "Uarkeat Bnssla," la seen at the
Star theatre this week. The stock eompauy
has never appeared to better adrantaire and Is
now stronger than aver with the addition of
Charles Connors and LIIUrb C. Fields, twe lo
cal tseorltee. Tbe scenery Is new sad th
costumes appropriate. MaUnevt Tkurttky, Sat-
nrday and Sunday. Beans are sow selling.
; Big Crowds Enjoy the Oaks. . '
' It is beginnlag ta be generally know a that
there s band of wonderful musician at tt.
Oaks this season and crowds ara swarming eit
to the big park every afternoon, end "' t
to hear tbe eoncerta by Bchllnonyl e 1 -
rluncarlan Hussar band. It I , ;--: . r i
yoatbfol mualclan un1r br! t
the Aaatrtan gfrrnuif .t. 'i - mi -
rlety of amuse loents ami ,;..
year. The q.r ill rrat, V
by the t'h(n & r.-i a i
la bnarded oaitr t.r i r t,
of Life." a tttt,n e t !
aurs.'.' , z v . - . . l r