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TIIE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENINO, SEPTEMBER 12. IC07.
L71LL CUT D017II
City Voting: in Future Will
Hare to Ba Done Less
That reform method will b tntro
. duced Ja oomlng city elotlon la aa
' urd by th city oounolL That body
jrtrday waa compelled to a willow
.bitter pill In ordering; tha payment of
election bill that were considered ex
orbitant. One particularly disagreeable
dose waa the printing; account, dlscus
lon of whloh brought out tha fact that
1 10,00 more ballot were ordered than
were uaed by the entire count' In the
lat general election. Mayor Lane In-
. (formed th oouncu tnat a stack of un-.-
need ballots, three feet hlch were re
posing In the engine-room of the city
nan reaay 10 no Durnea.
Kvery bill waa ordered paid except
that of the Power Furniture company.
. whoso. tw acoounta reached a total of
. : $716. Councilman Vaughn aaaerted that
no Jury would arlYe the amount aakad
for by the furniture company, whloh
; ' -represented by - ex-wunouman
ootne. ' ...,-,'.--
Owing to the fact that It waa Imnoa-
-, . . alble to oomnleta tha new aeneral bulld-
J'lng ordinance yesterday, that portion of
'! It whloh appllee to the height of a true-
turea waa ordered referred to the spe
. " elal committee. The new measure Urn.
'. -Its to three atorlea all building not of
steei, reenrorcea concrete or brick with
metal lathing throughout .Buildings of
the laat named construction may be
' ; erected five atorlea.
'r ,t.r city Engineer -Taylor submitted plana
and specification for the new union
avenue ateel bridge acroaa Sullivan's
.. . gulch, under the Menefee ' resolution.
;Th structure will be 40 feet long,
-0Uble-traeked , end Will cost IS 6. 000.
; The Belmont atreet paring fight waa
carried Into the - elty attorney7 "Office
. ! to determine the legality of certain alg
: nature on the petition for bitullthic
pavement. If more than half of the
rfrropartr ta teaeilyt r-apreeented bftlilfthle
' pavement wiu be iai on tn thorough
; Councilman Baker Introduced a more
: liberal ordinance in the council yesler
iday .regulating the playing; of phono
; graph, electric piano and Ilk lnstru
, merits In the elty limit.' It allows
uoh mualoal device to be played until
' 11,' o cioca- inateaa or lu, at nlgnr and
they can be operated In sajoons, which
la strictly prohibited at preeent. -
' Tha uounoll uiunlmauilv vnttkA a
. adopLth HauotJJoenae, commit tee' re-'
port preventing the sal of liquor In
restaurant after 1 o'clock la. the mora-
IfMlT CLUB .
: GETS UP Ofl ITS EAR
it ' . . ' '
; 0 a iii ,
Adopts Eesdlution Demand
ing Abatement of South
Portland Nuisances. ,
Beoaus of the alleged unclean prac
tice af Italian . gardeners la South
: Portland and , the closing op' of a part
jOf Virginia; atreet ttr pna.of th garden,
, ine nouin j&Tia nprovsraoui jciup nn
It fright and adopted a drastic rao
lutlon demanding that the atreet be
opened through the garden and that t.he
ivini nuisances coropiainea - ex -oe
For aome time complaint ha been
mad tnat school children were oom
relied to walk by a round-about way,
through mud. to reach tha school house
because Virginia street remained closed.
A committee waa (appointed laat night
-to formulate a plan to have thi atreet
openea. . .
' Relative to the Italian garden .nui
..anc , tad following resolution- waa
adopted: . . . , .
. "We, the South End-- Improvement
Aelub,. hereby protest against the .prac
tices of the tenant of the Italian
- gardens of piling noxious fertilisers on
the open ground and of burning rubbish
and foul .waate too near the residences
of South Portland residents, w de
clare tbl to be a menace to the health
,f the community and a damage to the
property In South Portland and Fulton."
It was also resolved to aalc the city
- council to take the - proper atepa to
aoaie mesa nuisances. t
, The club ha a larae memberahln and
propoaes to carry on an active cam
palga for the betterment of ita terri
tory. The regular meeting night 1 the
.second vreanesaay oi every montn.
: "ORATIFYEsG REP0KT
(Bpedsl Dispatch te The Joaraal)
r. Boston,! Sept. : II. Walls, Fargo 4
.Company 'report on operation for the
year ending July SI a follows:
.Ores earnings... H J. H4. 421 $4,261,890
, joiai expenses.,, i,te,4Uj I,4Jg.J13
Net earnings..... , ,l,o2 123,07?
-Other incoma.ir.i- 45.SJ 41K
; Total MU.t 4,1,04 l,14g,B4J
Net earning as already averred
ualed 43. per cent on the . canlt&l
stock, aa- compared with ll.tl ner cent
he previous year.. The company' con
7 tract now cover 47,61 mile of rail
road in the United Bute and Mexico;
stage, inland steamer and ocean ateam
shlD mileage totals .! miles, making
a grand total of is.tlO. an increase for
-..the year of 1.625 mile. The company
..ha 4.S4J agencies, aa Increase of 104,
and ,13,357 employes, with correspond
ents in all quarters of the globe. -, .
, Franela Smith Seek Divorce. .
" (Inerlil Dispatch to Tb Joerul.)
Pendleton, Or., Sept. It.- Complaining
that her husband bad repeatedly alapped
.her in the fact, called her vile name
.and once threatened to kill her, Fran
Zee M. Smith has started divorce pro
S. ceedlne-a glnt Marlon H. Smith. The
suit waa filed yeaterday. and accord
ing to complaint the domestic trou
.bles of the Smiths "began a few day
T after they were married, In , December,
19 ' ' 'f"
Qvc .Them lid? and Many
Porhnd People ,WO
. Be Happier.
"Throir Out the lit ZJna , v
' Th kidney need help.
They're . ovrworked--!an't get the
potaon filtered out of the blood.
- They're getting wars every minute,
"Will you help themT
Doan'a Kidney Pill have brought
thouaand of kidney aoffereT back
from the verge of despair.
Will car any form of kidney trouble,
W. Jenkln of 416 East Mill street,
Portland, Oregon, aays: "I have no oo
caalon to change anything that I ald
three year ago In recommending Dean's
Kidney Pill, for alnc that time other
member of our family . have found
equally beneficial result la treating
kidney complaint. Before using Doaa'a
Kidney Pills I suffered with acute at
tack of backache and a derangement
of the action of the kidneys, and doll
dragging pain naeda It difficult for tne
to attend to my work. A th result
of using this fine remedy I have been
free from kidney complaint and back
ache for . over three yeara, and there,
fore ' feel great . confidence- In . recom
mending thera t others." .
. For aal by ; all deal era Price 10
cents. Foeter-Mllbum CoV Buffalo,
New Tork, pole agenta for the United
SUtea, ! . "..
Remember the nam Doan'a and
take no other.- . -..
LITTLE SPABKS FROM
M0T0ED0M , r
iu (run naa tea to tne formation ei
a aoolety for protection against the
abuse of automoblllng. - It will not
objeot to 'touring and real sport, but
will endeavor to secure tha tniotmint
of more rigid apeed law and of laws
allowing person injured by automo-
ouea is recover aamage xrom motor
ists, ' . ........ ...,.;
. . e e
Farmers throughout Connecticut, "who
have amused themselves the paat two
summers by passing special ordlnancea
at-town-meatlnga limiting the speed of
uiomoDiies ana then nave spent tneir
Sunday Irfng la wait to catch th vio
lators of their law, have loat their
Jobs, for the state law provides that
borough and town cannot fix the speed
English Insurance oompanlea and the
new workmen' compensation act have
given a distinction to the chauffeur bv
charging him a higher price for hi in
surance policy than 1 charged the do
mestic servant As the chauffeur, in
case of accident. Is likely to sue his em
ployer for damages, most employers, to
avoid reeponalbllity, insure their chauf
feurs. .. ... ., ..VTTr..
The Lone Island railroad will share
with the tirODoeed Automobile Owners'
association of .Long Island the expense
of posting conspicuous signs to warn,
motorists that they are approaching
railroad crossings at grade. . Eventual
ly, at a coat of over 11,600,000, a part
of which the state of New York will
pay. the railroad will abolish, all "grade
(W He -first severe lonr-riliitanna raat
oris ot the new Union Paolflo all-steel
motor, cars followed the faat Overland
Limited, a a second section, more than
lev miles, in a tmra or this distance
the motor car gained on the limited to
such an extent that th ear waa held at
a block signal alx . minute. - The newest
type, of these car ia II feet long and
seat 7i persona. ,
. . . . . . . s ,,. .i... .
' A staraas batter , will lnaa Ita
strength if left for any long period of
time. If it la desired to put a battery
away and still retain the charge, the
fuaiea enouia om rsmoTta xrom tne
Iquld and hung up in a cool, dry place.
They will then suffer no deterioration,
no matter how long they- be left un-
... e e 4 ,
It seems surprising that neither
France nor England haa appreciated the
vaiue or meeting tne aemand ror medium-priced
machines. They have de
voted their energies almoat exclusively
to manufacturing the most expensive
type of cars, and for this reason it ia
not aurpnsing .mat ungiana na turned
to America to meet thi want. There
1 a rreat field abroad foe runahnut.
and English makers are beginning to
wih up iv mis laot ana are prepanni
to supplv this demand. While few I
any of the expenaive American ears are
exporiea, statistics snow tnat there Is
a general increase la the number or
American, runabout exported. ,
, OF BALL PLAYERS
"Baseball player. Ilka actor, are al
ways In th glare of the spot light,"
said Fielder Jonea, tb great leader of
the Whit Sox,, not ao long ago, "What
would be said of a man on th atag
who would atop on the atreet and
threaten a dramatic crltlof Or a alnvar.
comedian or tragedian, who put up the
silly axcuae that he couldn't go on with
his act because some one had criticised
And vet there are ball nlavam im
go all tb Pieces if nublln tlnnHnn la
called to their brain blunder a I wouldn't
nave sunn a piayer on my team if he
would work for nothlnsr an1 na ia
own boad and traveling expense. A
pl".y?r wwn0 ,,Tel; ln Tru and fliea
off the handle when hie mistakes are
pointed out isn't worth th room he
oocuple on th bench. .,
"One reason why the Whit Sox won
the pennant last year waa that on
Chlcaar erltio waa fearleaa .nnn.t.
call attentlbn to th misdeeds of om
-mere are men on our bavrnll wKn
waniea 10 wnip mis critic, although
they knew that he spoke the absolute
truth. There were two or three who
gave signs of going to pieces.. But
mvr in&iiy iiaienea o reaeon.
""Boys." I said, 'this writer is wmk.
Ing for hi paper, and not for tha i..k
It 1 hi duty to let th public know
wnat is soma on. ne naa simmv m nt.
ed out our mistake. Let's correct
THE RECORD CARPET SALES ENTHUSE GINGER INTO CARPET BUYII'G
Furniture Values Consigned to Sacrifice
4-Hple ' t r
Th September Furnitar-' Record t being; broken Into mU bit. No furnitur house In the northwet "ever
handled the volume of boaincs that ha gwept through our door since September 1, In like amount of time.
Safely, there w never before offered ruch a grand opportunity to the fumitur-buyini public, and every aving
price i in reference to furniture of the best cretion-furniture that hag been designed and built by experts and
finally stamped with the "Gevurtg" motto t The.bet that can potilbly be" 4he quality accepted in the beat
furnished homes as being highly satisfactory. -. -v' -t '. - . :,; t. ,!-,..
; ; 4 Regular
r: 40c Coffee
Buffets in Every Ditf erent Style
A Salo OfTcring Reduction
Considerino; the fact that our regular prices are less
than others ask, and that our stock is by far the larg- -:,
est in. town, this sale means much, both in range of f
selectloa..andJrL-PQipt.oLaving. Our stock' includes
in line , of variety every style, .from .the richly plain
weathered pieces to the most elaborate leaded glass
and rar5 wood Buffets. There; is :lvtrj possible ap
pointment offered, making this a most necessary partr
of the "furnishings of the well-equipped dining-room.
Our elaborate stock of Sideboards,' Tables and Dining
Chairs offered at material reduction's. . ; . 1 - ;
DEPARTME N TO NT H IRD FUOOR
2 Big Chair Specials .
$6.00 Reception Chair $3.25
$2.75 Dining Chair - - $.1.55
What so addsjtojthe finished
ance of the reception hall or parlor as
one or two right pretty chairs? The
chairs like cut are in solid weathered
oak, built extra heavy, and with a pro-?,
nounced "quality" air. The price, $6,
is small ; in ' comparison "to the real
value. Now the Record
w the Record 25
Hqw often, when company is In, to dine,
the hostess is compelled to drag a parlor
, or library chaif up to the dining table. Such
a' state of affairs is always embarrassing.
Now that we are offering high-grade dining
chairs iat. about h.alf price, ; there need be
no shortage when guests -arrive. Solid dak,
cane-seated', dining chairs, - the- regular.
$2.75 values, Record Sale
!) y r er t t t
Department on Third Floor.
Phenomenal Carpet Selling
Savings, of a Pronounced Character
Portland will be well carpeted this fall. Carpet impressions will climb high and
boost in their climb a large number of Portland h omes. The Record, Sale is
"playing havoc' with our' immense stock of Carpets. We are offering how' the two'
greatest carpet values ever presented. All of our best grade Tapestry Brussels-
carpets that present a highly-attractive assortment in pattern and coloring,
Sale price v. ...... .v .......pl.UO
- Now comes the flower of Carpet creation. Carpets that will arouse enthusiasm
by their striking beauty end fine qualities; all Wilton Velvets,-Extra Wilton
Velvets, Axminsters and Extra Axminsters, both floral and oriental desirn, that
are marked $1.85,2.00 and $2-23; now cut to the Record Sale price,
- : Carpet Department, 2d floor.: All Carpets Sewed. Laid and Lined Free.
The Best $25.00 Value in Town.
Record Sale Price 1960
Tables are highly finished, ia Quartered oak:
are of solid, massive build, and present an
appearance tnucb to the liking of every
good faste. Department on third floor.
-araoian in et uurtains t
Exquisite Draping arid Decorative
S i Materials at Less Than Half Price
Thirty-inch Art Silks, Oriental, effects, all regular $1.00 values, yard..,....4St
Regular 60c yard Derby Cloth, 50 inches wide; "ysrd. ...... u. ........... ..S3
The famous Bobelin Art Drapery; regular 50 value, yrd......
$2.50 Arabian Net Curtains; per pair......,.;......... .................OTs
$3.75 Novelty Lace Curtains; per pair.v. ... .................. ..f 1.75
7 T DEPARTMENT ON SECOND FLOOR"
The Great Record Sale The Only Furniture Sale Worth While
:The jQtiality C
Pals r '.'Eclipse
Range " -and
ON YAMHILL '
1 " 1 t - i ; ,; ii i '. i i ; , lj
. A Perfect
- ' Machine
1 For $25.00
. r f .'... . t ' . .; r J !.,' . , ......
'xjbfi i Best 5cotfrtJ2 5oapKWe
, A Scouring Soap
A Metal Polish
A Glast Cleaner
mwA m Mit ..4 win that flac
m..vuulw bnn. t.h. result. TTiS
men who -had been eritioised th mo.it
severlV cam nacjc ana pjayea nm
ball. All cutting up off th field waa
abandoned' and we played ban together
VM.n. . n i r' m r nni.il wk n&u ui. wuiui
champlonahlp won." . , .
A BUNCH OF DOPE ON
.114m K - th H11tn
boy anions: pitchers, butting- into 1
games. - ... -
a n.t,ii : .a : V...
Been In vry game piayea oy in xi
r,. . ,
Via- Clark' has been in 14. Blllv Bui
llvan ln 17 and Charley Schmidt In II
gam. . ' i.
Tshell was! tha hearr hitter of tha
box brigade, leaaing in aouoi ana
Bradley-4eada the league la aacrlflo
hits with 41 and Flick la stolen base
with at, . . t . f
Oldrlnc ha averaged almost en stol
en base in every thre games, having;
it in ss games. . - .. ,
Th Nap have fared worse In axtra
oaa gwata agatosiuioeauaii- pitoner
man any omers. " . -
- Claud ftossman haa mad It doubles.
triple and XI aacrlflo hlta, besides
wiping s oases.
- . ' e '. .." ;' '
Harry Pavi lead In bom ran with
even. Flick ln triple with It and La.
Jol in double with 24.
, . e e r . - ;
. Caatlllon' . crowd w are th . bandit
riant when It come to teallnc bases.
They hav pufered over 150 to data.
Cleveland' outfielder' hav stolen
mr tosses. 77 In all than anv other
bunoh of American league gardener.
- Exsctiv it men-hav ciartlolnated in
games under the Washington standard
to date. And the aeason Is not over. .
., "e '.-. .... . .
Cobb snrt Jrmes are tha onlv two Tl.
rera to lead Hoseman In stealing base,
the former , having 30 and Davy IS to
hi . credit, v.
Th' Athletic have made It home
runs. Boston 14. New York 11. Clnvn.
land, St. Louts and Washington t, Po-
irou , ana ine wona s cnampions s.
i . e e
Cy Toung ha been yanked from th
WHEN HORSES ARE SCARED DRIVER
SOOTHES THEM WITH KIND WORDS
Ther I a driver of an lc , wagon
that - stop in tha morning .in front of
th . Imperial hotel who ia preparing
for himself a plaea ln glory, or who
may have ambition looking toward I
permanent horn in a dlma museum.
Probably at night he haa gorgeous
dream of a spieler standing outside a
ally decorated tent where eabaltstlo
symbols of mystery sr painted about
a group of horses being tamed bv a
man, a tent with th flap bearing In
flaring letteVa tb algn:
"World's Greatest Wondert A Freak
of Nature! Most Patient and Human
Man In tha World! A Father of a New
Theory that Horse May Be Led! Very
Rare Outside of Museum! Specie Al
most Extinct!" .
Th Inside her of - th driver'
wagon waa startled yeaterday by an ap-
proachlng car and tried to escape It by
mounting th pavement walk. Th
driver did not undertake to beat th
nor oaoa into its senses and bade oa
the atreet. till It should become a mas
of quivering flesh, an eyesor to human
spectators with no right to Interfere,
and an eloquent wltnea to hi own
brutality and atupldlty. -Thi driver
waa different, and standing by the off
norse. ne extended ni hand and coaxed
the horse off th walk and Into a state
oi quiei. ...
"Doesn't k car rauoh. do hr
"as thy conductor's comment as h
wmcn wnn a curious, almost un
"That' the finest team In !
ii I. eisppmg tneir siaea
iflKllomuim putting hi head to
Anil th eassnnnra' liuh4 ... mA
smiled approvingly though wondarlngly.
DWELLERS AT FAIR GROUNDS
: TACKLE THE DOa PROBLEM
' (ScwcUl OlsBateh te Th earaaLt
Balm, Sept. 11. Th camping ground
at th atat fair will be a town of many
hundred Inhabitant and Superintendent
Albert Tosler Intends to treat it mm anch.
Council, cltr recorder, police judg and
an th machinery used In governing
box leas than any other American
league pucner mis aeason. only twice
ta il . rr 1 I. h..n ttmA Am . V. . .
eran, against St. JJoui and phlla-
delphia. .. t
-J a.. '. .- mj
am ovwcm or niTnox
la worth a pound of aura, Ther are
many pooe-suf frre-.- ennsumptivee who
are hopeless of getting well who, if
they had taken- care of themselves,
wouM now be well. A couah la tha
foundation of consumption. Ballard
Hnrehound ayrup win cur that cough.
Mrs. S -. Oreat Falls, Montane,
writes: "I hav. used Be Hard's Hnre
hound Pyrup in my family for years
my children never suffer with cough."
Bold by all druggist. . , '
eltle will b ther. elections will be
he d en Monday and meetings will be
held in th city hall, which Is a tent on
the roof ..or... Superintendent Toaler
The 10 atreet of th camping ground
win be th ward and an alderman will
b elected from eaah. Equal auffrage
''VH. every man. woman and
child on th ground having a vote, and
dog If th measure - meots popular
favor, but cau .and , parrot . atrictly
"What business-will b .taken op
flrstr' waa asked Mr. Toaler after h
had outlined his plana for th city.
"Dog, probably," waa th answer.
"How to take car of them haa always
been a live issue on th ground. Five
year ago nine of them wer shot dur
ing fair week.-We'll trr to make some
arrangement to divide un th work of
watching the tents so the people that
have dog will take a ahar a wall aa
the one that have not." -
"How about the mayorf n th
next Question, "What about htmr
"Oh. he'll not be elective," was the
answer. "He hupp"" to be getting up
the election and h J afraid te'U lose
his Job. j ' . I
vry r f tha ;
ilMa 4 ataaa .
the BMt tMB-Mt,
lataat Instantly. ,
Oaraa vry alls!
f Maat r Bat
. that a gd, aaaaat
tlsn aa f a4
. Receipt for it: Buy Schilling's-Bestand
grind it your
self.: tvj. : .' - '". '
Tour gmcar return your money If
you don't ltk It; we pay him.
lV. fl.'TorV. enmlmtinl hv r . -s.
Ilcana of Oklahoma, for lwui.-i.kM -
CLAXtO BIAOX. IXAaTSK, 01X0011.
The Cliff Xsaee f Otegea.
. Dweetly-ea tb eeack. averlaektng tS
ereea. Hot sal talks and arf ktMn.
necresrlea pier -fur fuhto. Saa serlnra.
elaetrle Hfhta, ftivelace and rnraare hem.
viae walk aad arlTaa. tea foeds a specialir
Ratev 92.50 tr.d J3.C0 per day
SPC1AL kATia BT THg VltL
DAM . MOOBB. rrea,
Spend your vacation at SeaaM "i
delightful Lockaley liall. Vrs
tlve than ever before.
of the hiaheet ertlar. "'e h"'i
faat outat.l rooms; privnie hm,
rlo llghla; . ot and i-M trr.
Anner overlookl" f r-.'-'-'j t
llghtfii.fy e!tuat.l ,
On'a'ne Va.-.IT". ' . t i
yi-i in i -
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