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inu o::i:co;i daily jou;.:.'al, I'OiiTLAKD, Thursday evening, july n. icor.
CLEAN' SWEEP BEF0HE STOCK
It commenced Monday and will continue until every
Item of surplus stock hat been turned into money. Youll
regret it if you fail to take advantage that's sure.
CLEAN SWEEP BEFORE STCCII
; - TAKING SALE .
" A dollar isn't here cr there with us now. We're out to
make a record-breaking cleanup before stock taking, and
rroiincnt Eastern Oreou
T v t t j x a
we re doing it. -
journal rraises umiesi
L of This Newspaper.
BOYS AND OIELS
i II I I l '
UKGED TO "GET BUSY"
Portland Contestant Absent From
City for Two Wck Back tn Har
ncas Again Doing Splendid Work
.' What Others Accompli.
Tha Tivr fit v Herald, on of the
most Influential papers of eastern Ore
son, calls attention to the fact that the
"Oregon' Journal has a .contest of lnter
eat to all young people of the stAte."
'be Herald says:
'The Oregon Journal at Portland haa
mrteda conteat, and. with Its usual
Yterprise and generosity that paper
llaced . within reach of many
man and women an opportunity
rat a aoholarahlD In the best school
"without the expenditure of money. All
..' tnai la necessary lor. m young porsuu
to do Is a little bustling for a newe
' paper which can conscientiously - be
'talked for. ,
The-Baker City Business college Is
among the list of the schools which
The Journal has . made arrangements
.... with to furnish free scholarships and If
a young man or young woman of this
city wants to enter the contest they
stand an excellent chance of getting -the
1100 scholarship in Baker Clty'a oust-
-mm college." ,
- At Wort -Agala. ,
X A." Ouy, 41 East Twenty-eighth
, street, - baa returned from British Co
lumbia and will resume the gathering
. : of contest votes. He has been away
from Portland for two- weeks and . his
name has gone down the contest scale
during that time. In two days since his
' 'return Mr. Ouy has secured subscrip
tions amounting to-over 1,600 votes and
r this Itidleater fhntUe-is tn earnestHn
-bis declaration that he will win the
-- scholarship In Albany college.
Tataerly latexes Jasttfled.
Who better than the father Is quaTW
fled to apeak the praises of the child?
Long 'haa It been said and ; many are
' the examplea to prove that the valua
tion which -the, parent, places upon the
child la the valuation which the. world
It Is natural for all of as to try to
live up to what Is expected of us. -i-
Cyrus H. Walker, generally regarded
as one of the most publlo spirited of
:, u4 pioneers, writes The Journal a let
ter fn which he tenderly expresses
'..fatherly Interest in his little son Glenn.
..... who - competing for one of The Jour
, nsl's scholarships:
'Albany, Or., july. Jt. Contest Man
. agar. The oregon Journal Dear Sir,
I heartily thank you for the very favor
able Indorsements you have given my
" motherless boy. Glenn K., through your'
"' very valuable paper. The Oregon" Jour
nal, tn the contest for a scholarship.
"He deserves al the praise that has
been given him. In spite of his In
firmities he is cheerful and happy, al
ways singing or whistling when going
about his work.
- "He has a wonderful memory. " When
he heara.a comic aeleotlon played upon
' the phonograph he can render it almost
'word for word. He . commits other'
comic pieces and is often in demand
upon Grange programs for readlnga.'.
"I hope many others win emulate ihe
'"example of IJdgar-H. Cooper of Banks
.as given in last Saturday 'a Journal, and
will-aend - ln-Jbu nones of - votes ' tn
- Glenn's iaror. Truly ours, ;
: "CTKU8 H. WALKER.-
Orego Iw Collage,
- -One of the most valuable scholarships
in The Journal's awards to contestants
- Is the two years' tuition in the Oregon
Law college of a value of $160. Several
' young man and one young lady engaged
. in vote-gathering are looking with favor
upon this scholarship.
The -school Is located In the Common
- wealth building, Portland. It gives In
, structlon also In Salem and at the cap
ital city it had Ha beginning.
Dean B. T, Richardson haa spent the
greater portion of the best years of his
life In Instructing and preparing stu
dents for the practice of law. He was
for a great many years dean and in
structor of the law department of the
Willamette university, and his success
as an Instructor Is evinced by the fact
that many of his pupils have won
distinction at the bench and bar.
Aa ZadapeasVaat Instigation.
'The rapid growth of the Institution
. demanded that one of Its permanent
homes should be at the great metropolU
, of the northwest, Portland. It is pro
nosed, by well directed efforts in the
Interest of Its students, to make th
' Oregon Law school the most popular on
the Paclflo eoast. Some confusion has
arisen in the past by confounding the
name of the Oregon Law school with
the school forming a department of the
state university, as previously staiea.
the Oregon Law school Is an Indepen
- dent Institution, having no connection
. witn hit omer.
VX Able Instructors are assigned to the
TtWrent branchee of the work, prom 1
- k l"""r whom is Grant B. Dtmlck.
eouuty judge of Clackamas county,
who is also one of the principal of
ficers of the corporation.- . -M
JTew sesxa- October
. Persons desiring information or wish
ing to register for the term commencing
; October 1st, HOT, should address S. T.
Richardson, dean, 603-804 Common
wealth building, Portland, .Oregon, or
" call on or write M. Morehead, business
" manager of the Oregon -Law college, at
the above address.
This institution has been established
with a view to bringing a practical legal
education within the reach of all who
- are willing to make a reasonable effort
to attain it. The schools trains stu
dents for the practical affairs of life.
- The courses of study have been ar
. ranged with reference to the need of
the students. It Is the Intention to
' accomplish in a given time the great
est amount of work consistent with
' thoroughness. -
Superior Tacllltlss Beeog-nlsee.
The superior facilities of a School of
law for Imparting Instruction in the
science and practice of the law are now
generally recognised. Formerly stu
dents were obliged to pursus a course of
'. reading In the office of some practi
tioner. Too often these efforts were
unaided and without Intelligent direc
tion. The student wandered through a
labyrinth of learning, only to emerge
with vague and much confused Ideas of
a, .11 -v - 4
There' Is little dispute now aa to the
relative merlta of education by means
Bf law schools and that to be got by
mere practical training or apprentice
" shlo as an attorney's clerk. The ver
dict of the best-Informed is In favor
. of the schools. -
rotate of advantage. "
- The benefits which they offer are
easily suggests. They afford the stu
dent an acquaintance with general prin
ciples, difficult If not Impossible to
Jfr cure I
Worth. Tones, writes: - " .
"Have ud Herblne In my family for
reara w m w t , wimi a
hlnk about It. Everybody in my house
hold ere happy snd well, and we owe It
km Herblne. Sold by ell druggists.
DISREGARDING REGULAR VALUES OF PRACTI
Since the inauguration of this gigantic "Clean Sweep" event last Monday the buying has been strenuous, taxing the
capacity of omyselling force at every hour. But the extensiveness of The Golden Eagle Stocks leaves much more
to be done before
the contents of all
TPin Cushion jGifSs
Here's big value A lot of 500 Pin Cushions, beautifully colored and
haded, in almost perfect imitations of apples, peaches; carrots, tomatoes,
etc Made of food velvet, ordinarily 25c, at the Friday 1fi
bargain price-of, each ..... .7. . . T.V. .;.74"."1UC
250 larger Pin Cushions in assorted, handsome imitations of various
fruits, regularly. 39c, and exceptional values at this figure, going 1 C,
at the clean sweep price of, Friday, each 1JC
Dollars Saved in Crockery
Tea Kettles, aise 9, at . '.
Copper Bolt omed Wash
Boilers ':. :
At very much
No. 8 Boilers, regularly $1.25, at
No. 9 Boilers, regularly $1.50, at
No. 8 Boilers (copper rim), regularly $M5, at 7.....
No. 9 Boilers (copper rim), regularly $1.75, at v. . . .'. . . . , .
Galvanized Boilers in No. 8 and 9 sixes, regularly $140
$1.35 values, at the resoective bargain prices of 87f snd.
Galvanized Tubs, worth $1.00, at .
Galvanised Tubs, worth $1.10, at
Galvanised Pails, worth 25c, at,
Covered Jelly Glasses at, par dozen
THIRD & YAMDIU
CREATED PROPHET BY SPIRITS
"Ha said the spirits had mads him
aropbat. that terrible things had hap
pened that night In Russia, and ths
spirits bad told him to prophecy It
hers. Ha said ths papara would an
nounce the Russian horrors tn an extra
edition at 40 o'clock, and sent a boy
to buy him an extra, but no extras ware
Mrs. Maria Zsltfuchs made this stats,
merit while testifying- before Judge Reld
yesterday at the trial - of a suit
brought against her by Michel Peker.
Mrs. Zeltfuchs was talking about Peker,
telling why she had discharged him
from tils position aa a cutter and fitter
of ladles' garments.
"Peker neglected his work." continued
Mrs. Zeltfuchs. "While fitting a gar
ment on a customer he would atop sud
denly, look up Into the air and listen.
If anyone spoke to him he would tell
them to be still, that he had to hear
what the spirits said. . '
be otherwise obtained; they serve to
remove difficulties which are Inherent
in scientific and technical phraseology,
and they, as a necessary consequence,
furnfsh the student with the means for
clear conception and accurate and pre
cise expression. They famillarlae hlra
with leading cases and the application
of them to discussion. They give him
the valuable habit of attention, teach
him familiar maxima, and offer him the
frlceless opportunities which result
rora contact and generous emulation.
They lead him readily to survey the
law as a science, and imbue htm with
the principles of ethics as Ita true foun
dation. Disputing, reasoning, reading
and discussing became his -constant ex
ercise; he Improvea remarkably as he
becomes acquainted with them, and ob
terns' progress otherwise beyond his
reach. . ,
arear taa Courts.
The Oregon Law school Ik so situated
as to afford Ita students advantagea
of location of the utmoat importance.
In the Immediate vicinity of the
school are held the I'nlted States cir
cuit and district court a. state circuit
stock taking -routine. So the frenzied bargain festival will continue until
sections to a minimum." Friday will be a memorable day at this store for
These are . in pure white mater
ials, with handsomely embroid
ered edges, natural wood handles,
strong, durable frames. The, reg
ular price of them was $1.48. To
make a clean sweep of ,.
them Friday," price .T7T,7 uQC
' "Royal" Steel Enamel Ware is standard qual
ity, and the following few items in this ware em
phasize our supremacy in value giving:
Tea Kettles, size 6, at 61a
Tea Kettles, sie 7, at . . . . . . .. ,..T2
Tea Kettles, size 8, at ,.....V.........WS3f
"boiled down" prices.. '
. .......... . . . .
A Dollar Worlcs Wonders This Week at THE GOLDEN EAGLE
1 MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENDED rt
SAID HE WAS
"One morning he aald the spirits had
commanded him to go out and walk
on the water, and if he did not do It
be would have to commit suicide."
Peker entered into a contract with
Mrs. Zeltfuchs for employment at 125
a week for one. year from September
20. 190C. Some time ago he waa dis
charged by Mrs. Zeltfuchs, and he aued
her on the contract. Mra. Zeltfuchs in
defense charged that Peker had neglect
ed his work so much to listen to the
spirits that he ruined cloth from which
he was cutting garmenta, and exasper
ated the customers by his slowness
while fitting them.
' Mrs. Laura Shaere, a medium, said
she had been fitted by Peker and, being
a spiritualist herself, she had listened
to him at first with much sympathy,
but he had at last exhausted her pa
tience, and after she told him Of this,
he took no further Interest In. doing
good work for her. -
Judge Reld took the matter under
courts, county and municipal courts.
These are almost constantly in session.
The studant Is thus enabled to . watch
the conduct of litigation through all
Ita courts and wltneaa the forensic eon
tests of able advocatea.
The city of Portland, with Ita burner,
oua libraries of general literature and
law, Ita lecutrea, ehurchee. music, art
manufactures and marts of trade, of
fers to a student many educating and
refining Influences not found In' a
smaller and leas active city.
Students Intending to locate for the
practice of the legal profession In the
west will appreciate the advantages of
taking their law school course near the
field of their future labors.
. ' To Keep Well
the whole year through." writes I A.
Hartlett, of Rural Route 1, Guilford.
Ma., "1 and my family use Dr. Kings
Nsw Life Pills, They have proven
moat satisfactory to all of Hi They
tone the system and cure biliousness,
malaria and constipation. ' Guaranteed
at Red Croaa Pharmacy. Sfia.
Pcc reductions' such as we
hereby offer are certainly news to
Portlanders. Look over
markings and after coming
store and looking over the
you will be convinced as thousands
of pothers already are that the Gold
en Eagle is tone place
dollar has tremendous
LADIES' AND MISSES' SILK
JUMPER . SUITS,' excellently,
trimmed and sewed. : .
They are new in style, good fitting, and al
though actually worth $18 and $20 suit we
are making a clean sweep of them at. .... .
Various styles in Ladies' Suits, which sold
i'V: : : : i; ordinarily at $15, $16,
that sold at $5.00 each
and were worth" it,
going at ............
Skirts that were considered
forthe money in Portland at
irr Friday's clean sweep sale
CASES AT ASTORIA
(Special In natch to The JoamaD
Jr-SR'e.n July. 26. Attorney-General
I A. M. Crawford goeato Astoria today
to represent the state In the Tamoua
suits arising over the Joint Jurisdiction
of the states of Oreann ana Washing:-
ton relative to the fishing laws. The
rase will be tried before Judge Thomas
M curiae ana It is possible ine matter
will be appealed to the united States
RESTORES GRAY IlAin
to lis NATURAL COLOR.
Stops its falling out, and positive
ly removes Dandruff. ,. Keeps hair
toft and elosiy. : Is not a dye.
Guaranteed perfectly pure.
Fhilo Hay Spec to., nswsra, n. j.
30o. bottle, all druf state
FOR WOMEN ONLY
Dr. Sanderaoa'e Pmaoaad Sals
aa4 Cottoe Roet PlUa. Tb Saat
sad aalj ratlabla renady far l
LATKO PSRIoWa. Cere the Bust
-ttMafa mam W S IS Sam.
PVleH par sea. aila la slals wraaaav.
SSdraas Pr. T. . riBBUS. 1S1
m a treat.
sas raajrcisco straoPKA na orcy.
Stagte fniia or ea salts. Elevator, ataaa
kaat, e lights a ad all awdera " eaavosl-
enraa. Strictly flrat-elaas. CoSTaalaat la as op
plnf eentere. Oa dlnxt hoe fma tmrrj aad
laird aad Townaaad dapot. Fmra II a a.
3S Kllla at., sear Vas N Mini, -.
fi. S. 6AKTKU, Mgr.
AND COLORED WAISTS
less than $1.00 value
and man ranging as high
as $1.25 at, each ., . .
-JAP SILK WAISTS Beautifully
made garments, in all sizes; garments
SKIRTS of really excellent materials,
the mates of which sold at from $10
tt 71 AA
duced once of. Jbndayvr
the best value
$15.00 will go
at .- . -. r
TURK AND COUCH STREETS
SAN T1ANCISCO '
SSCIL SUMMER RATES
Vow hotst, faces Jefferson Square. Two
blocks from Vsa Nass Are., the praeent shop
ping district. Car linos transferring sll ever
city. peesoW. Xvery taodent eonvonienee.
SM rooms sinsls or ea saftai 160 prrste hatha,
Amariean and European plana. Prices pilules
ate. Omnibus staeta all trains. .
STEWART -BARKER CO.
The Hotel Btawart Opens Boptarabar 1st
ra aatiiTifin nw '
Hotel "Key Route Inn"
22nd Street and Broadway
Sunny rofms, private bathe, long-distance
tetephonea, compreaaed air clean
ing, large lobby, cafe a la carte with
eulalne and service unsurpassed. . Tot
rates, etc, address
N. S. MULLAN, Manager,
formerly Assistant Manager Palace
Fotel. Ran Francisco.
SHIS Street, Bti reweU aad Itaeoa,
Strictly rirst-Claae, Abeomtely Ttx
. proof. XM Bvoomst so with Bath.
e. QVOMMSUh UMt.
Ladies' Taffeta Silk Gloves, in 16V
button lengths, mosquetaire finish,
at one of the most remarkable bar
gains we have ever had the pleasure
of offering our patrons. All sues,
In the latest shades of assorted tans ;
regular $1.75 quality, all going in
the clean sweep sale d1 : 9C.
Friday, per pair .73)laawD
Shoe Bargains for ladies
3 : and Genflemen
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords and low cut Pumps. These are
made of the genuine Sea Island material and can be had in) either
Cuban or low heels, covered or plain. A remarkable bar- An
gain at the price to which we have reduced them, Friday.." OC
Men's Shoes, suitable for working purposes and still quite stylish
enough for street wear. Good stout leather and heavy soles,
congress or Blucher styles, $2.60 and $2.75 values, all Af in
Included in the dean sweep sale7 Friday ..... ... . .. . .J) X TAj
Pure Silk Taffeta and fancy Satin Ribbon in 5 to 8-inch widths.
Among them you will find some exquisite figured and Q
floral designs, really worth $1.00 per yd, going at, Friday. '. Zt)C
The BREAKERS HOTEX
' I r-iiiiii i.,.. ,-JtJt..
' , 'f'"--"IHailia.'H,,.;i w-,,
- ""M. B..1.;'J;..I 1 I.; I I ) ;
. r w.
tiAnnra mnmi mssos or m nemo BTomrxwcsr. .
Klectrlo Light, Steam, Hot and Cold Salt Water In Every Tub? Buy 1 Icketa
to Breakers, PaclHo County, Wash, Poetofflce Address, Breakers, Waah
opto Ait Tas Txaa.
CLATSOP aiAOR. SKAsTDS, 0EI00W.
Tke OUtl Hesse of Oregea.
InVortIr ea. tke brack, over Waiting the
areas. Hot aalt bathe and sort bethtns.
BacrMttm etor for tlehnia. aim parlnra.
alaatrte Hgata, flraplaee aod (mm seal,
rim welae sad drlTes, Sea foods a apeclaltj
Kates. 12.50 snd J3.C0 per day
SPECIAL ATXS St TRI WBCS.
DAN t. MOO BE, Prop.
TTa OIUIGON DAILY JOU:
A HIWIrAfU rOH
we have reduced
Ladies' Seamless Hose; of black cotton, lisle fin
ished. You might consider yourself lucky to get
these at 20c, still the clean sweep sale will 11
make them yours Fridayat, pef pair ,..,.1 1C
Children's Stockings of really good quality, ribbed
cotton, in blacks, whites and tans; sizes $ to 9i;
the regular Z5c stocking being saermcea lOi .
in the dean sweep sale, at, Friday u . . , , 1 as2 C
TIllRO & YAMHILL
Upend your vacation at Seaside and at
delightful, Lnckalsv HaU. More aitrxv.
tlve than ever before. Accommodations
of the hlgheat order. One humlrad aia-
rant outaide rooms; private tiairis, eie
rle lights; :.ot and cold walr.
Anni overlooking the Panifls and de.
llghtfuuy situated cottages.
Onlstae Vafturpaseed. Sea Toeds a
ntXS BTS KBITS AT T. Till
9. Z AUSTTeT. Z A. Ctrr.iv.r.
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