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TII2 OREGON ', DAILY JOVllllAU U.LA!.!), YTdDAY EVL. AUCUJiT
Such Is Charge in Connec
tion With Walkout of
. S. P. Boilermakers.'
rOETliAND SHOPMEN '
: :AEE SYMPATHETIC
Civp I Mate That Lm Angelce
' Foreman FaTored Men Who .Were
Member of Sam Order to Which
He Belonged, , - : (
XTlomA dlacrliptnaUoii In faror of
members ot a fraternal order l said to
be at the bottom' of the bollermakers
strike that has auddenlf spread oer
. the enUre Pwdflo aoul Haee , of the
Southern Pacific railroad. It la charred
that Foreman Carter of the Lqs Anrelea
hops, - her - tha i. .atrtke ortclnated,
farora men In hla employ who are mem
ber' 'of the earn secret order to which
be belong. , ' . V
Am a result of tha walkout at ls
Angeles a jrmpathetlo atrlk wa de
clared on the linen In Oregon yerterdar.
The force of Ubntlermakens at the Kast
Portland shops of the Souftiern Paclflo
outt work, and a few men In the boiler
repair service at Grants Pass Roeeburr,
fclirburk. The Dalles, and U Grands
walked out on telenrapblo advlcea from
the officer f their union.
After Carter- Boalp.
The bollermakers are determined to
ret Carter" scalp. The do not ask that
e be discharged from the eerrtce, but
they refuse to longer work under him.
They charre that be uaea objectionable
epithets end lantrunfre to the men nder
him. with the exception that when h
addresses a fellow member of hla fra
ternal order be la courteous and kind.
They say he ha been the subject of
msny discussions in meetings of th
bollermakers' unions up -and down th
. .1 ik... Was f uianllv rtMllt
CWBl T I V. "
........ nr mtrim In r.nontmant of
his poliry toward the men. The present
sympathetic strike was made unanimous
. wlih remarkable promptness by th men
ail over in. cwq n m rv"s
Two conferences were held yesterday
In Portland between the bollermakers
commit lee ana i . r. vr.immt nun.
tendent of motive power, and J. P.
foe etm tlm bees- la-tha hand af -tbe
official a copy of a new agreement
from the men asking for an Increase
of wage and better shop condition,
but this agreement baa not entered Into
the present sinn irouuiea, ana is wm
HOI IOI lllVOIllU'll u " "
the present strike were dlacuased at
yesterday s oonrerences. out no con-
no conferences today here, but one la
unner wny at uum AnBeira. uiu u
said to be up to th Los Angeles union
10 mane im mxi iiiuf , ; v
1 sisaisul "Kara.
Boilermakers on the Oregon . line re
ceive 40 H cent to 41 cent an hour.
There la no agreement at tha present
-I V .. Mia HnlnM n i . K mUmaA
company excepting an open .agreement
as to wages.
in UKn wv in 1 1 1 t-i r wmniiKB .i
th time of reorganisation of the HafTl-
PUBLIC SPIRITED CITIZEN MAY
DONATE COUNTY BUILDING SITE,
That soma generous, publlo-splrted
eltlsan Is planning to present to the
county a block on tbe east sld of m
river to bo used as th alts for a sew
county, building Is th pleasing rumor
that has circulated about tha nourt
house, and brouxht' visions to all me
county official, cf snleudld new bom
lor msir oinuiai ramlllea.
All agre that were a sit to be glvn
th count, the block an which L.t
court house' now stand could b sold
lor a eurnolentiy large sum to erect a
magnificent new builJlnr. and tha tax
payers would not be in debt for IL Th
name or the generous person who might
in us isvor the county was not disclosed.
But whether the rumor has a founda
tion or not. kt la aeherallv believed that
a new court house will ba erected with
in s, year or two. County Commissioner
Lightner said this mornlns that he was
convinced that th matter' would come
Oerore th people in soma form to b
voted upon at uie election next June.
Tha question of whether tha new
ii ' - !
agreement on 'tha Southern Pacific, but
they were unable to secure one under
tha new management of the Oregon
11ns. and the only Darer aimed was on
agreeing upon tn wages to d paia.
and that It contained no provision as to
shop rules or notice of strlk or discharge.
One WI to Catch Ctopp?rhfad.i.
From the Lewlsburg Journal.
John Eddy, engineer at. th Xuk Fid
dler , water hoist, near Mount Carmel,
while on duty last Wednesday night
saw a snake's head appear through a
knot hold In tha floor. Of tha-engine
room. t '- . ; i :, ;;. '
Notlfrinr aevsral eompanlona. h pre-i
pared 'to -capture the reptile. Looping
a heavy piece of string around tha hole
ha waited until tha serpent poked hla
head up again, when a quick Jerk of
tha line bad mm rase a diow with i
a club then dispatched him. " The
nake proved to be a copperhead about
six feet In length. . ,
Tomorrow la tha last day to recelv
discount on westi side gaa bills.
court house tr to ba located on tha aaat
or wet id of tha river may oa"
one for the people to decide, or Umay
be put up to themhetbes to arect a
new court bouse at all. and la wnai
form bonds should ba Issued .
Bome discussion has arisen as to
whether the east lde would not ba a
better .it. for th court bou.a
west sine. , .
now occupied by tha court housa Is too
valuable for the county to
site for the dourt house, and that the
new court house would be J ist as easy
of access If It were on tha Other olds or
the river aa It la now. -
60c and 65c
Raocb Eggs 23c Dozen
Dairy Butter. . . . Aof and aOf
Best Sugar Cured Ham. : , .;17
Breakfast Bacon v..... . . .18
Cream Brick .Cheese,
Iimbureer Cheese, each. .35
Full Cream Cheese, 2 Jbt. . .35f
Oleomargarine . .45
Remember Saturday i our
V Chicken Day.
. 264 YAMHILL ST.
The Oregon Cheese Co. j
: 126 Tilth Streets
Swetlind Bldg, Opposite Olds, Wortman & King -
!The BtChecse and-Buttcr Store
m the City
' best butter
65c and 70c a Roll
RANCH EGGS ,
. . CHINOOK SALMON
-.: 2 lbs. 25a ::
. HALIBUT 10 r r
COLUMBIA FISH CO.
Third and Ankeny. Phone Main 5
Vn Old American Cheese. ...... ... ......... ... . . .25
Fresh Tillamook Full Cream Cheese...'..., .17 to 20 ; 1
Oregon Cream Brick.... .i.... ...... v..... ..-"f to ?.
Also ImDorted Swiss. Limburger, Young Americas, etc., 2
Bet Creamery Butter, per roll. .. . . . . ... . . . . .'. . .65 . X
oesi ua.il y jlulici, iuui .,.................... 7-..
Fresh Eggs, Cured Meats, Honey. 1
Coffee, extra fine, . '.TH" i . . . 1 .25 to 40e ;
OREGON CHEESE CO.
Swetland Building ;
MMM 4M 4S
fcJ.- ill. a.
:. ; Tl nam T llli ;
When You Buy This
131 ff II
) i mm aa sssr-
You Got" The
Ctritli rorttaad WinkotH Si Transfay Co.)
40 Xaai WasBinftoa Itreat. JPaoms Xast SS07.
m lis wm
A TO A V 0
f-. 1 : 1 f 1 I - I I
x ii u u ( ii n o
550.00, 540.00, 530.00, $20.00, $ 10.00,
i t $5.00, 55.00, 55.00, $5.00, $5.00
IN MEAT ORDERS
On dealers carrying Government-inspected meats, for the shortest
and best, answers to the question: ;
' "What is the strongest argument made by Solicitor McCabe' for . ;
v ; -J ) ; using Government Inspected Meat in his great speech on Govern-" V
-.V.''; ment Inspection?" ' . i J- " ' ' "- ';
WE'LL, SEND THE SPEECH FREE
The ipeech, which sets forth all that has been ;
accomphahed in the past year under tha new federal .
law for U. S. gorernment inspection, is now pub
lished in book form--beautitull illustrated in addi
tion there are other interesting matters that will
make the book of permanent value toou. Send
2-cent etamp for mailing.
' Write or call ; j',
; ; . 1 1 Iiamllton BIdg., Portland, Or.
I t. Government Inspection
Clip Alona This Ztla.
Dept Government Inspection, Union Meat Co.
14 BuaQtoi lds4 Vartlana, OTOffoa.
Please mail me at once your free book on gov
ernment inspection containing Solicitor McCaba'i
great speech. I wish to enter the prize meat contest
Stamp enclosed. -
' ' r . .;' '" ,-' -' ' ' ;
Name.. ....... . ..................
City.. I...,..'........ .;..i.;....sute..........V.i..
Fresh meats in hot weather are just as good and healthful as in winter if they are fresh when bought, such as,
you can depend on getting at our store, still you don't pay as much as you would elsewhere.
Bologna .. ......7
JLiver Sausage, . '. .. . . .7 . i . ; '
Blood Sausage .7e Beef Stew..........- to 4f
Weinerwursf . . . .'; .. . . . .10 Boiling Beef. .;; ; . . .3e to 5?
- , ' ' v. ; " s-j ' ' ' Roasts....... 6e, 6t,'7c
, , FOrlC ;V';: . Hamburg Steak J.. i
PorkL Rots , , , , , .;, J A . JCornedBeef
Pork Chops' . ..... .. i. .12?Shoulder. Steak ...... . . . ,6
Pork Sausage . . .. . . -8t Sirloin Steak v.V. i '..ii . . .I0e ,
;i SAIE ;
Veal Stew ........;...7e
Veal Chops ....... v.. 10
'Shoulder Roasts . . ... . ,8t
Veal Breasts ... ........ 8
Veal Sausage' 12e
Mutton Stew ............. 5
t - - v.
Mutton Shoulder ... ' '. . .
MuttonlChops .i. :-10
Mutton Legs . . , .
:- . ;,-: : - -.'' --, -s :l WITH'-; EVERY"i32 ORDER ' : ' "
lion Cream for.
Can of any kind. of Spice. .5t)
Mb. cans ...... V. 25)
Baker's Cocoa ....... .;.20
Canned Goods ' Mason Jqrs
Tomatoes, Peas, Beans and Pints, dozen ............ S5t
Corn, 3 cans. ........ ;25e Quarts, dozen ... . . .
Two r cans Apncots. Plums, uar&Mons, dozen . . . . .OOe
-Peaches and Pears. .. .25e v.6 . K
7 lbs: Navy Beans....... 25e Robbers, dozen ..........5
5 lbs. Rice...V..........25. Caps, dozen ....V.. ...... 20e
1 lb'. Gunpowder Tea. . .: .25e
1 lb. U. C Japan........ 25e
1 lb. E. B. Tea. ....... ,.25e
Scotch' Oats . .JV:..1Q
1 lbs. Rolled Oats.....25e
1 box Macaroni..... i.25e
2 pkgs.-Fluff L Starch..;. 5
5 doz. Clothes Pins. ,...5
.... .. )
Elk Soap, 13 brs.r;-;.;;.25
Monarch Soap, 8 bars . , . .25
Baby Elephant Soap, 6 i'
Golden SUr Soap, 7 bars 25
2 pkgs. Gold Dust. . 1... .35
Ppstum ... . . .1 . . .20
Gold Medal M. and J. ...35)
-MONARCH COFFEE .25e
; 1 lb. Loaf Sugar Free with
erery pound. ,' -: " ':
Town Talk, lb. . . . . . . .'. 1 .20
' Army and Navy. Blend . . , 15
... - ., ....... . .V,,.
1 2 i-"
lUUUU IiUVkU VUi HUll HyWli V,- HHrO
jPHONH MMtxAY FIRST AND TAYLOR STREETS 1 momi; a. xia
FIRST IN BREAD
FIRST IN BISCUITS
FIRST IN THE STOM
ACHS OF OUR COUN
TRYMEN. '.::i.":..'' V
ASK YOUR GROCER
Diamond Floor Mills
THE DALLES, OR.
Is tha bast of all foot things
that coma from tha arocer. It
makes th most wholesome and
nutritious bread and tha daintiest
cake and pastry. ; It Is a biscuit
flour It la a pastry flour It la
a bread flour it is a cake flour
It is aa all-around flour made for
you. ' -V " :
' .Waahbnrn-Croiby Co.'s '
; Oold fledal floor :
S6.35 PER BARRET . .
. 1.65 PER BACK.
iXC, Burns Co.
210 Third St.
Pbone rial a 616 A i6a6
849-S31 OAK ST. ,23L j v
Fellows Grocerv Co.
Both Phones, 2398
SiS-SSO ANKENY ST.
WE ALWAYS LEAD IN PRICES AND QUALITY
BELQW ARE A FEW OF OUR REGULAR PRICES: x 3 I;
BEST FANCY CREAUEHY BUTTER, per roll ... ....;.......;.l,;...I.....e5ej
.ROSE CITY FLOUR, kjighest fancy patent, per sack ...l.i.......t.Jl.......J,,,.il0
BEST DRY GRANULATED SUGAR, 18 pounds lor ...... ....... t. ............ .1.00
HUMPTY DUMPTY, large package............ 5
4 pkgs. Fancy Table Salt. .............. 25
3 cans Carnation 'Cream...... ....... ..25
6 cans Star Cream.,. ................. .25f
1 can Eagle Milk.... ....... . . .v . . . . .15e
1 pkg. Scotch Oats.. .............. ...10f
1 lb. Postum or. Figprune. .... ... .. . . ,20f
1 lb. Fancy Mocha and 'Java Coffee...... 25
1 lb. Green or Black Tea. ......... i . .. .. .25
5 pkgs. Korn Kinks... ..1..25c
1 lb. Shredded Cocoanut...... ......... '.15
5 lbs. Best Broken Kice..'..'...k........25t
4, nfcer. Cam Starr-h.V. 1 . ' 1 i" r ; . ff : . WZSfk
- ro ......................
SPECIAL PRICES TO HOTELS, RESTAURANTS AND BOARDING-HOUSES
IN THE :
QREAT PURE POOD EMPORIUM
SATURDAY SPECIALS :
XVI rvr L.J. ouuar, susumici puic. ......................... tJ , it).
MAPLE SYRUP, absolutely pure....;.... ....gallon 82.25
"CLOTHES PINb .i......;..... ...5 doz.. for 5
TETLEY'S TEAS ..... ............... .i... 20. J'a 40, l'a 75
; DRESSER'S LADY. FINGERS. . ............... . . ..... .40e lb. Regular 50c
DRESSER'S MACAROONS : . . . . . . . . . .... i ......... . .40eJ lb. Regular 60c
DRESSER,'S COOKIES, ASSORTEDi. dor. 25e Regular 10c dor.
DRESSER'S STICK CANDY. . . ; . . . . ............. , . . .20 lb. Regular 30c
Have you visited Dresser's New Good "Food Emporium? You should, as
there is featilre after feature which 'will please one who loves scrupulous cleanliness
FIFTH AND STARK
E. 15TH AND BROADWAY
GEAR MART, OREQON