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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING. JULY 1 15, 1S07.
fi'Grcfes!: Clifliia asm!! MAm fisrsiisiiis Safe
Injc at a o'clock
Toes icy Hern
ias! a o'clock
u TIGHT AT TEKOA
Some Citizens Criticise Tac-
tics Employed by the
Sunday. Closers. ,
(Special Dispatch to Tee JoeroaD
, Tekoa, Wuh. July 15. Like a thun
darbolt Xiom- deer- aky fell -the stern
hand of tb law en the six saloonmen
nd several merchants who sold goods
, last Sunday, July 7.
Now a considerable , number of tha
' cltlsens are warmly criticising tba
, Methodist and Baptist ministers, whom
taey charge with being tha diract eauaa
Of tha wholeaala arreata.
Haratofora aaloona hava had tha side
door opon and businessmen would ao
: eommodata their patrona by v operflng
their places of business.
Yeeterday waa tba flrat tlma In tha
hlatory of Tekoa that tha ltd went
a own. and It seemed to H t perfect
iit, doc even a aian or ice craam couia
'", be bought at any price. "
. What arouaed ' tha praaant dlssatls
I , faction waa tha fact that thee mln.
lstera-.lt ta said, hlrad - two .detactlvaa,
wKaarTh order to get evidence, . resorted
rr ruiaerroora. tut complaint runs, no
nonce waa giv.n any Business man to
. oDserv me law under penalty of ar-'-
reet - - .
. It haa bean eustomery to open all
bualnaaa houses during tha harvest sea
- aon, which la drawing Bear, for tha
accomodation of tha farmers, who, -aa
.( aula, cannot apara tha tlma during
Thoaa. who ara off ended with tha
.. preaent- tactlca of tha Sunday cloatng
,i element allege aplta aa a motive. Mayor
Richardson, they say, haa done good
r. nevtng oioaea me garaoung piaoea.
taken out tha slot mafTiin.a tn.-
1 tuted many other reforma, and yet haa
arouaed no enmity. Tha complainants
: aay na waa lormulatlng plana by which
10 cioaa up everything according to taw,
. ana it na naa been let alone within a
, month or two ..tha aame ; reaulta wnnM
r- hava been obtained without dissension. " i
FIRST DRJ SUNDAY '
- . AT: THE DALLES
Lid Tight m a.Iild Oottld Be, and
. 1 All Quiet Saloonraen Threaten
"7; , y the Soft-Prink Men. -
-v' (Special Dbpatck te The aoaraal)
' Tha Dalles, Or.. July IS. Teaterday
' Waa tha flrat closed Sunday Tha Dalles
T has experienced since tt waa lneorpor-
atad as a elty, ever 40 years ago. Sa-
loons were closed all day and aoma cigar
' etanda, but confectlonere' and lea cream
vendera' establishments generally were
- open. Very many habitual Imbibers
- purchased a supply of wet goods Sat
V urday night and apent Sundag: In quiet
retreats. Tha town Sunday waa very
..quiet and tber waa not tha least dis
turbance. ... Soma threat were made by aaloon
.' keepers that any confectioner or tea
. cream dealer who kept open would - be
prosecuted, and today will tell whether
theae ware Idle threats or spoken la
FXEW rOSTMASTERS ; ::
AND RURAL CARRIERS
. - iwuua Buna of Tka Joerael.)
i Waahlngton, D. C, July It Tha fol-
, lowing fourth-class poetmaatera hava
.. been appointed In Oregon: Talnax, Kla-
. math county, Alice I Spink, rice J. W.
Evana, resigned; Harney, Harney county,
- John H. Loggan, vice H. E. Bower, re
, signed; Pittsburg, - Columbia- county,
Jamee A. Armstrong,, vice W. D. Case,
1 resigned: Fernvaia, Doarlaa county,
';.l-auranca Woriey, rice Hilma ' Nelson,
. resigned: Clifton, Clatsop county, Theo-
dore N. Falangua, vice W. A. Pattereon,
. resigned: Knappa. Clatsop county. WIN
- 11am Z. O. Steele, vioe P. F. Knapp, re
,. moved: Connor Creek, Baker county,
James E. Sharp, vice Joalah Mr rick, de
: ceased; Flanagan, Wasco county, Thom-
: aa Flanagan, vice John Flanagan, re
. eigne; Lower Creek, Crook county,
. ; k-o ward O. Rourk, vloa J. S. Borne, re
signed; t la ton, uouglaa county, Fred H.
ndrua, vice J. A. Smith, resigned; M.t-
Lne county, Harold W. Mahon,
vice A. H. Nordmeyer, resigned; Perdue,
ATOUgise county, euunuet ja, Morgan, V
' l. r. Bcott, reaignea.
ifJjoumed session v
IWIWjr the local optic
'anr"tT' O. Treanoi
Rural letter-carrlara annnlntut '
Percv J. Dickinson at Packer with'
il Joseph . C. .Anderson substitute, and
ueorga m. rayne at Hlllaboro, with
: Frank Lacky substitute.
LIQUOR AND DITCH
1 , 1 CASES AT WALLOWA
f . gpaelal Dlspatab to The JearaeLf -'
. , ' Enterprise, Or., July 15. The circuit
'court has ' adjourned -4he May session
V of court. . Tha only cases tried at tha
were thoaa for vlo
lon law. Dr. Kleenee
Treanor of . Joaenh. ware
found guilty by a Jury and each waa
nnea ow. jo a aeparate indictment
' each ' pleaded guilts, to ( selling Ilauor.
i The Judge reserved sentence until the
, next session of court, when a number.
Ul BUirr mmrrm ifr Tluiaung lue llQUOr
law will be tried. : .
The cases sgalnst the several ditch
' compenlea Indicted for not placing
arreena at the headgates cams up on
demurrer, which waa sustained by tha
- oouri n ne ground mat tna law re
quiring screena to oe placed at tna head'
gates had been repealed.
Potter Schedule '. for Beach
: : .- -This Week. - -
' The sailing schedula of the steamer
potter xnie waeg rrom Portland,- Ash
street dock. Is aa follows: Tueaday,
Wednesday and Thursday, t a. nw? Sat
urday, 1 p. m. Oat tickets and make
. reaervatlons at elty ticket effloe, Third
and Waahlngton streets. C, W. Stinger,
(goerlal Dtspatefe te Tba Jnareal 1
i- Brownsville, Or.. July 1. Richard
pnarp ana My mruarsjue were arrested
Thursday nignt at HaJaey aa they
atepped off the Cottage Grove train
. and were brought to Brownsville. They
were suspected of robbing Anderson's
Jewelry store and Howea4 grocery atose
on the night of July . Their hearing
was held Saturday. They were dla-
cnargea, as uiere waa insuincient evf
denca , y - . ,
"Doan's Ointment Cured ma of aosema
that naa annoyea ma a ions um The
cure waa permanent." Hon. S. w.
Jfetthewe, commissioner of labor statis
tic, Augusta, Maine.
TEA . ;
T h c m o s t significant
word between you and
your grocer is moneybaclc
. Signifies fairness. .
Tear grecer rebvaa rear stoeat U yae aoat
Bka Schilling's Best: wa aa? aia,,
25c Fancy China
SALAD BOWLS ; , ,
CAKE PLATES ,
ICE CREAM PLATES
JUGS , -v . ;
CHOP TRAYS .
BERRY BOWLS .
MEAT DISHES .
CUPS AND SAUCERS,
PITCHERS ' -
2!5c ones. .. . ;'. . . ,18f
35c ones t7.7,r.::22f
40c ones ......... 31
80c ones .........30
80c Teakettles for. . . . . ; . . . ,G3
80c Teakettles for. 72
$1.00 Teakettles for; ..v. ..... V. 81e
65c Dishpans . . . . ... . . . . . .... . . . .... . . ,42
75c Dishpans ....57
85c Dishpans . ; . t , . . .... .... , . , . . . .68
40c Lipped saucepans
50c Lipped Saucepans
60c Lipped Saucepans
45c Oblong Stovepans
50c Oblong Stovepans
60c Oblong Stovepans
f 9 f a
40c Coffee and Tea. Pots. . . ....... . .. .28
45c Coffee and Tea Pots.'. '.....-,32
.0c Coffee and Tea Pots. ; .". . . .... . ,38
80c Rice Boilers ... .'. , ... v.". ... . . . .64
90c Rice Boilers ........ ...73
$1.00 Rice Boilers . ; . . . . V. . . . . . . . .. . . .78
50c. Covered Saucepans .;........,. .30
60c" Covered Saucepans -..';.... ... . . .'.43
75c Covered Saucepans ................ 52
25c Milk and Pudding Pans. . . . . .... . . .17
30c Milk and Pudding Pans. ...... ....".22
.35c, Milk and Pudding Pans... ......... 26f
THIS IS ROYAL. STEEL ENAMEL ,WARE.L:
10c Fancy China
cups and saucers -
SAUCE DISHES - v
TEA PLATES .... ' ,
25c ones . . . . . . .14f
35c ones ....,..,,21
50c ones 34
75c ones ...... ,, .61
$1.00 ones.. ...'.73
Immediate Clearance of Household Needs from Our Crockery Department
The prices will do the clearing. The values will satisfy even the person who is accustomed! to buying goods belowthe regular
prices. ; This is a necessary clean-up, and this-is why we put the prices down, where they can't interfere with quick selling.
Odd Dinner Lines
14-in Meat Platters, each...... 35
10-in. Meat PUtters, each. . ...... .20a
7-ln. Dinner Plates, set. ,42a)
Teacup and Saucers, set "...K0a
Gravy Dishes, each SOf)
Uncovered Vegetable Dishes, each 2M
Covered Vegetable Dishes. each....43e
Covered Sugar Bowls, each ..25
fancy Decorated Cuspidors
tr-- r - ;
25c ones for.... ............... ,...la
35c ones for. . . . ... . .... . . . . , .281
40c ones for.... ...;. 83
65c ones for......;... ........B7
Johnson Brothers Semi-Porcelain
Gold Decorations :
. 42-pc set.9 . 5.73
50-pc set.'.? 6.08
; 60-pc set. . 9 8.63
100-pc. set. .$14.&2
42-pc set.. $. 3.85
. 50-pc set, .9 4.92
60-pc set. 5.83
100-pc set. ,f 10.76
42-pc set 92.83 ;
50-pc: set... 93.76
60-pc. set... 95.12
100-pc" set.. '.98.73!
ALL 25c ONES FOR.
ALL 35c ONES FOR......
ALL 60c ONES FOR......
ALL: 75c ONES FOR. .....
ALL 85c ONES FOR. . . . . .
ALL $1X0 ONES FOR ....
ALL $05 ONES FOR ..... 9103
ALL $1.60 ONES FOR 9131
ALL $2.00 ONES FOR: ,. . .91.74
$1.25 Bird Cages. , .......... .....94c
$1.50 Ones for. . . . . ...... ;.$1.02
$1.75 Dnes.for... . ... .$1.41
$2.25 Ones for. . .C, '1X7: $1.98
Mr-s. Potts' I ro n as
Sell all over for $1.25 Set.
$1.19 Hsnundcks ........ .a.. ....... 89
$2.2$ ones for.. .................... ..91.94
$2.50 ones for....... ................ .92.00
$3.00 ones f ot iiii.itMfiiiiiiiMn 274
$150 oaes for. 92.93
TOILET SETS Decorated
10-piece Sets $5.75, for .$iJ2T
10-piece 5eU S5.D0, for. .......... J... .84.12
10-piece Sets $5.00; for.. ...rV.
10-piece Sets $4.50, for.
10-piece Sets, $3.25, 4or .v. . ..... .
10-piece Seta 53.15 for
6-piece Sets $2.50, for. . . . . .
$05 Copper BottomyNo. .. U8
$1.50 Copper Bottom, No. 9. .....u... 91.12
$1.45 Copper Rim, No. 8. .V. . . .V.. .81.09 '
$1.75 Copper Rim, No. 9....,.......;.S1.23
100-gaL No. 8....;... 67
no-gat; No: 9.7:: ;. . . .. 84
Plates. 8-inch ...........42 Set
Regnlar Dishes, 7-inch.... ...... ....14
(Refular Dishes, 8-inch .............. 22
Regular Dishes, 9-inch. ........ .....27 .
Platters, 10-inch .........21
Platters, 12-inch ' .29 : r-
Reg. $1.23 ;
" - ' "f
ALL OUR BgST GRADES OlFANCY CHINA
Such as Chocolate Pots, Salads, Cracker Jars, Etc., Etc.
Price Uasually Charged
Telescope Baaskets" with Straps and Handles
42c 51c 58c 63c: 72c , 89c 93c !
. EVERY THING
beww , if m HL M
COST PRICES : mJclJy stm f
NURSE IS REWARDED
FOR SAVING CHILD
t. ' (Joeraat Special arrk.)
'' Cblcsco, July II. Sadie I Solander.
a trained nurse of CtaloafO, has ' re
ceived IM00 for savlruf -tha Ufa Of
mlUlonaJie's babr. Tha check was sent
to Miss SoUodar by James W. Glenn of
BartlettavUle, Indian Tarrltory. .'tha
child's father, who U one of the wealthi
est mes In the aouthweat.
- Whan the-boy became sick he was
taken t Hot , Springe, but ha crew
Mkw .nil the anrvlcea of Miss Solan-
der were engaced, and she acoornpanled
tha child to Battle Creek, MlcJUran. She
cared for him night and day until ha
waa able to be taken home. She- was
paid for her services and waa gseatly
surprised on receipt or a cneck lor
090. Miss Bolander will use the money
In touring Europe and making a study
of foreign -mcthoaa in nospiiaia. ;
GARFIELD PARTY, OFF
FOR CRATER 'LAKE
(Rnwlsl Wsatrfc- to Ths noma I.)
- AAfrsA Or.. July - 15. The Oarflald
party rencnea tnia ciiy- ';'
evening ana wfn m"" w .
aunts live vnwipr inmnviww.
the Commercial club. Tha party made
- ..... . h. thla morn ni as
gueata of the Medfm-d Automobile elub.
The party left M 1 for Crater lake
by auto and ather private conTeyanoes.
kORTIt IDA1I0 SUMMER
A NORMAL" SCII00L OPEN
. '. t ' ' - -
(Special Mapatch te The learsal)
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, July . The
north Idaho summer normal . -school
opened here today for a at weeks'
term. . 'President O. H. JJlaok of tha
state normal school at lewlton will
have charre. asalated by Profeasora
Hibbard and Wooeter and Mtaaea T-K-reman
and InaersolL Indications point
o an aiiennance or nearly 100.
Inls la tha flrat normal school f,-r
north Idaho. The south fart of the
state baa had them and will hava tkam ;
araJiT this year, at Boise and Pocatello,
but tt Is doubtful If the attendance at
either will equal this one.
CLATSOP TO EXHIBIT
. AT TITETATE FAIR
(Swetal IManatrh to The JoamaL)
Salem, OrM July 15. Clatsop oouoty
will eshlblt at the Oregon atate fair In
September. Secretary Frank Welch of
the state fair board haa received this
notification. Manager Whyte of the
Astoria commercial ciuo win nave
charge of the exhibit and many new and
original Ideas In publicity are expected
to emanate from the New Orleana
booster to advertise the resources of
Marlon county expeota to hava tha
flneat exhibit It haa ever had but will
not compete for the llus premium or
fered for tha beat county exhibit.
Benton county and Lane oounty will
nave pootna at uie rair. -
IS TIRED OF FIGHT
(Jnaraal Bpertal Batrlce.)
Seattle. July li. It la announced hers
ty Judge Jamas wlckersham that ha
will give up his right for his bench In
Alaska and return to Fairbanks at once.
The Judge aaya he la tired of running, to
Washington to anawer Questions gnd
that he will accept the position If tha
overnment aeea nt to give It to him
ut that he wm no ymger ngnt ror it.
SIX NEGROES KILLED V
IN SOUTHERN WRECK
(Jnnraal ftnarUI Vrvlc
Jobnson City, Tenn July li. Six ne
groes were killed and 10 persons, white
and black, ware Injured In a wreck on
the Smithem Railway hers yesterday.
Train No. 41 struck a light switch en
gine and four cars ware demolished.
'" A Well leads Trunk
For traveling, la what yon need. Peer.
leas Trunk Co. 141 Third street .
piefenaa Steak Ceased Ooeda.
AUea 4k Lewla" beet Krand.
AT THE THEATRES
"Fires of St. John" Tonight,
"At tha Marquam tonight Nance O'Nell,
be seen In JThe Flrea of St.
It Is a play beautiful In staging
. Mlsa 0Netl haa wonder-
display of bar
tha famous tragedienne now playln
engagement at roruana i leaai
ful opportunity for
, . . Farce -a tbe 8tr. ; . . .
"The Strange Adventures of ' Miss
Brown" Is tha title of tha farce whloli
the' stock company la rendering thla
week at the Star.. It la tha second fares
th company has offered, and Judging
from the former comedy, the company
win give a gooo account or useii.
' ' Vahdev Ills De LtuaT
At tha - Orand thla wek Dolan and
Lenharr present A Bit or Travesty." a
collection of mirthful nonsense. John
and Bertha Oleesoa and Frank Houlihan
are premier dancers. Dan Roby, mono-
logist; Gertrude Oebeat, comedienne am
Happen,'' and other special Ilea make up
tna program. i
Wonderful Dog Show at Oaks.
When It comes to dog shows, the
one at the Oaka la by long odds the
best that haa aver teen eeen in mis
city. It waa brought to this elty from
uon tarios ana oega
m I Jt Always Bam . T!sLV"
Havana, Cuba, by
Its engagement at tha park yesterday,
Vema Faltnn and the Allen stock
company will , offer their greatest
tistio errors xonignt at tna wyrio wnen
weet Nell or Old Drurv" will be nre-
aented In all Its splendor -of beautiful
costumes and elegant ecenery. Mati
nees tomorrow, Thursday. Saturday aad
Salt) 'of Idaho Stag Lin.
Nevada California Stage company haa
fust eold to John Wllka of OrangerUle,
he company'a OrangevlUa-Stltea atage
line. . Tha sals lnoludee tha ax press
nraiBV a sei'T eaukoai aa avtea ;
Have -LWOCoaD" aysle keeiaaaelsa.
ktwy as settoa. atroag te aoia.
aao. p. tsa a oo si.sna . tbov, n. v.
CRANSTOSJ .- ' '
or m mm '
or AOToatosidsa. f
PULLMAN AUTO CAR CO.
a-TO-Ta-T4 STortk aUta si, Ooa.
A, D. PERKINS, PRES. r -.
Tel. Main il.
"Largest Automobile Repair Faey
tary In tha Wast- .i.
has We. cam by kTHlloea of aTnthera fnr ttv.tr
eblMraa while ToeMilna tot ow fifty y.ar.
It aoouieB the ehiio. toruaf tha guaia, aliart
all IMin. eeraa wi.d suUe, and Is tea Beat
sanMlr nvr diarrti,ma.
TwtaTT-nva cairrs a wm..
contra ota and the entire equipment By
thla .eurchaae Mr. WUkss haa the ex.
elusive etas, business between Stltes
and Orangevllle and also the businesa
between UraagevUle and Jlorenoe,
We ar headquarters for Elgin
and Walthtm Watches. Tj
7-jewel Elgin or Wal
' thara movement, in a 20-jrear
tMt.r..r.i... ..... .- f 8.i
Ladies' 15-jewel Waltham move.
, . ment, 20-yef esieTT.f 11.50
We fit your eyes to glasses
for $1 ; expert optician in charge.
Agents for Brtuer's hand
Metzger & Co.
suit ennia SAxa on Txcxorrs
TO sra SCBU AT
Tba tickets can be secured' front the
Grocers secretary, C. B. Merrick, third
flqpr, Allsky building, corner Third and
Morrison streets. Get your tickets In
tlma. lon t delay. '
In tha Korthweat can tall you sll about
The pare, rich, nutritious cereal health
eonee - It la
100 Per Cent Pure
If yMt buy a park e of O ' i'
Oranulea sr-1 I y ar. n. -t
satt.n.-t i n It i r ' )
half of ! . 1 - 4
S"'1 S-l ! II - ' "
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