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1TIIE ORfeGON. DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAND. ' MONDAY ' EVENINO, SEPTEMBER 30, 1907;
LAW FOR MONSTER AUTO
PARADE DURING FIESTA
Carnival Committee Will Arrange to Have -1,000 1 Ma
. chines Decorated With 1,650,000 Blooms Umatilla
v -.K, Indians" to Take Part in Street Pageant. ; r
BOOKS FOR THOSE gi
;-F0ilD: OF. DEBATE
State library Commission
Eeady to Nurture Em
, bryo Websters.
If personal appeal carries anr weight
with tha automobile men of tha north
wtat, thera will ba not far from 1.000
puffing, chugging, ."choo-choo" carta
In tha grand ' automobile . procession,
Which la to ba ona of ha Imposing fea
tured of next year'a rosa festival.
mw vt Ta aawu aan va-sawaa
who otm t motor car. from a nifty
' - Jiuie electric runabout to tne stately
' I deml-llmouKlne will ba secured from
,'r. i tha aecretjry of atata. whera tha ma
I chines are; licensed, and a personal let-
rt,er: urging Mr. Xuto Man to get Into
i ", Mne for tb big. pageant, will ba aent to
rach ona. y
, h .Efforts will 'bo made to have cttlea
Xi Qr'ff outalde of Portland make up
' . ,. -anion in tna parade, and even cars
v -1 :? a other states will be allowed to get
.. ) line ana compete lor aii-nortnwest,
"dr all-Paciflo coast prises. (With auch
- hn arrangement, the festival association
.Joes not . anticipate much trouble In
, getting out 1,000 cars.
; It might ba. added that tha value in
. a aggmgata of that many machines
, Af'Ul be something like $2,600,000, for
r " duu per wagon is not an extravagant
n rlnate. Each one decorated with say
,a,nV:y 1,000 rosas, will mean a movlnfc
,,t5taoie or an even 1.000,000 blooms
Inter ,rom th" gardene of the Rose
. cldluw'Ul Bepreaaat Snormons Talus. '
iiVnt 9,n little farther into astonishing
5";boiight In New York, and used to
"rMjrate an automobile parade there,
" Jr could not be secured for less than
, .-cents each, and here would be an ad
lional Item of $600,000. With 12,600.
00 worth of automobiles and 1600,000
worth of roses,-the '.ne feature of the
celebration means -presentation . of
11,000,000 in money, if attempted in
New York, something that even brisk
and enterprising old Gotham never
Today, the festival association Is
sending out letters to the leading com
., merclal bodies and cltisens of Pendle
'1 ton asking them to use their influence
o secure at leaat 100 Indiana from the
ililBUIlR IVVBI T11UI1, UUUIR. Wit US Wl
ppooses, to form one of the spec-
- aivisions 01 one or tne festival
J i:tdes. 1
t J ' "forts sre also being made today
Si '''.a Vdi William McMurray. head of the
' m iiiion ana publicity bureau, and
P.' Th' m somewhere In the middle
r 'ji " sav I' was Mr. McMurray's Intention
V ) nf be left Portland for the east
'' . "me a. 10 daya ago to arrange for a
yr. the gre
(. '( sent ouiw
4 1" tld pap
I : "uvular
? 1 -IV. ' lAum
wide-spread campaign of railroad and
magasine advertlslnr with tha Oeneral
Passenger Agents' association, to visit
Kansas City during the "Priests of Pal
Ins" celebration, to get pointers for tha
rosa festival. If he Is able to spare
time, he will unquestionably take 'In
thla entertainment which is almost aa
famous aa the New Orleans Mardl Graa.
The ways and means committee has
firepared ' a statement explaining why
t la necessary to secure tha pledges
ior tna viuo.ooo. come or tne features
of the -festival are to ba on ao elaborate
a acala, partloularl the decorated .and
illuminated floats, that their designs
must be in the hands of the association
within tha next month or tiro, and theae
devlcea are to ba aa magnificent aa any
ever constructed for any publio demon
stration. Tha statement further points out that
the pledges are to be redeemed in equal
installments, on this basis: Twenty
five per cent on November I;. 26 per
cent on January 1; IS per centwn March
1. and the balance. May 1, 1908. Thia
system will apply to all subscriptions
above 110. The pledges of 110 and un
der, will I
(gpeela! Dtmtcb te Xaekesraal
Salem. Or" Sept. 80. The debating
league founded last winter among the
high schools of tha atata hat grown to
large proportions and Indications are
that It will continue to lnorease in the
preaant term. In view of thla fact tha
state library commission has made sep
arate lists of groups of books bearing
on common subjects of debate and is is
suing a circular to teachers Informinr
them that the books are ready for lend
ing. Tha list is remarkably oomplete
and contains matter for study on nearry
every publio question. At the same
time separata lists are Issued of groups
of books useful for compositions, essays
Groups of books for study In connec
tion with debatea have been prepared on
tha following subieotar Direct primary
elections, initiative -and referendum,
popular election of senators, woman
suffrage, ' immigration, naturalisation,
Chinese exclusion. Industrial arbitration
tha eight-hour day. convict labor, tha
open shop, trade unions. Irrigation code.
Income tax. tariff, trusts, capital punish
ment, municipal ownership, free text
book, consolidation of rural schools.
roaa legislation, spelling reform,
. i 1
mil 1 1,
be due and payable March 1, 1 subsidies and government ownership of
n I railways.
Coileottnfl Oampeig Bering Soon. ' I For assays, orations and compositions,
Based on estimates made br Mnr ?" wl" " ieni on me iQiiowing suo
Freeman of the Oaks. President E. B. JO:f
McKarland of the Rose society and Gen- UiT' j '"Zlm
eral Manager George L. Hutc'hln of the .f,? l?,?'"0
koss festival association, the eontribu- Ur.T V. iVri;t J
tlon of the Oaka. alone, In case Its of- l?!?'!, L.2vJlJl.iL,l'irJ5-.?f...t2!?1
rat ' rAJk iiataa. af fthak Kn 11 na wuiwu uiatv ucpa tmviu v UiiUUltuiii
:h. . JL. I centralised rovernment
the two chv Wss exhibit will not bi . questlons-Stata regulation, of
less thn iioooo in tha w nt raiiroaas. state printing ornce, atata
Interstate Commerce Laws
,;Put End to Extra Money
tlons. equlument. entertainment and II
TonlKht the Build nt Tradea Alliance
will name a committee to assist in rais
ing the 8100.000 fund on "Camrjaian
- -un -Wednesday night, the Festival aa-
sociaiion will nold its regular meetlnr.
The ways and means committee will
meet with the "Hundred Thousand Dol
lar Squad" at the Commercial club par
lors na aria us ror toe wninwind cam
paign to "get the money" will be dls-
banklnx laws, care of dependents and
defectives, state institutions.
political science Prevention of cor
rupt practices at elections, voting machines.
Economics worklnrman's Insurance.
employers UBDiuiy laws, oia Bge pen
sions, child labor, welfare work, con
sumer's league, prevention of Industrial
nccldents. liquor legislation, Injunctions
in laoor oispuies, taxation or corpora
tions, postal savings bank.
icducationai public libraries, compul-
cussed. It Is expected that October aory education, medical Inspection of
16. or some dsv of the same wk win schools, normal schools, teachers' sal
ba the day set aside for tnnMi i arles. teachers' pensions. Industrial rt
pungle up. ucatlon, oare of defective and delinquent
It will be the greatest raid aver made classes, Juvenile courts, education of the
cn Portland s bank account, on a single blind, prison reform, education of the
Several contests for the selection of a Municipal affairs City government by
slogan, and an appropriate design for commission, city charters,
use on stationery and exploitation mat- Miscellaneous Good roads, food adul
ter, as well as for the purpose of arous
ing universal public interest are belnfe
planned, and announcement of them will
ue maae in a lew days,
teratlon, drug legislation, prevention of
tnoercuiosis, prevention or railroad ac
cidents, life Insurance.
List of Those Whose Ani
mals Excelled at Pendle
Major Dunbar of Portland
at Eugene for That
SHIPMENTS OF ICE
(gpedtl mnpitcb to Tb Journal.)
Centralis. Wash.. Bent. Sft-Tho rn.
tralla Cold Stores comninT of thla
city haa lust shlDtmd a fn.tnn c.rini
of Ice to toe Raymond Transfer com
pany of Raymond. This is the first car
of ice ever shipped from Centralis but
Manacer M. E. Heath
shipments will be made during the win
ter. The Cold Storage company haa on
ly recently finished Installing the ma
chinery of the new plant and was not
running at mil capacity until a few
weeks ago. The plant has a capacity of
12 tons a day and la turnlnv out .
cellent ice. . i
(Special Dlnpatrb te Tha Journal.)
Pendleton, Or., .Bept. 80. Following is
the complete list of the livestock awards
In connection with the second district
fair, held here last week and closing
Saturday, as shown by the registration
books of the secretary's office:
, Division A, Class a.
0- gtorses, standard bred trotting Geo,
Peringer, first; Claude Estes, second.
Best sucking colt Frank Frazler,
Best mare, 8 years old and over-
Frank Frailer, first; 4 years old and
f over, Frank Fraxler, first.
J Division A, Class 8Vi.
i Best Bucking colt J. M. Franklin,
i first :
I Best 2 year old and under 8 R. W.
i ' Case, first.
Best under 4 years old Ed. Maurer,
Broodmares, 4 years old and over-
Frank Frazler, first.
stallion, s years and over Otho
Ducking colt J. H. Raley, second.
Best under 2 years old J. B. Perrv.
, -V Division A, Class 3.
. . , Draft horses, stallion over 4 years old
j m. fix, nrst.
- 1 Stallion, S years old and over (Gor
: man coaah) Chris Breeding, second; J,
", C Beckhusen, first.
1 (Broodmares, 4 years and over M. R.
1 Ditty, nrst.
, J Division A, Class 3Vt
i Grade draft class; broodmares 4 years
y-v-rto; over H.-ifc-jarpentePi -eeoonn.
, . Best 2 year old R. M. O'Brien, Hist.
- " 7Best sucking colt A. M. McKlnsle,
"t (VS '
i traJ 'I'oodmare, 4 years and over H
ff gS"1 't,ucKln8r colt H. T. Connell, sec-
ci1 Division A, Class 4.
. Mare, 4 years old and over A. G.
ueiuing, over years oia v. Bi. rsei-
Single gelding or mare Qua Xa Ton
Jfare, 4 years and over Joseph Mur
'ft 'y. nrst.
' ; tingle gelding or mare Frank
. VCI i siding over 4 years, lady riders
tc Areta Plamondon. nrst.
- ' : ;'lng 4 years old H. A. Barrett,
1 , . LI
. R. over 4 years, lady riders J.
' Jes eaj'ham, second.
i . '4The"trJady driver and horse Mrs. F.
, - 11 be n, first.
hajilir Division A, Class S. "" '
' ,?tmf J- l- 3oY' flrst nd second.
' ' r or 'i? mule colt J. I. Joy, first and
''t Division B, Class 1.
. V ' VT o I tar nnjir IttrA VMM r,l A W CI
JJlnor, first and second.
. Bull 2 years or over W. O. Minor,
, first and second.-
: Bull under 2 years W, p. Minor, first
: and second.
Cow In milk W. Or Minor, first and
- Calf iunder 9 months W. O. Minor,
first and second.
Division B, Class 9.
" Jerseys, one bull, four females W.
O. Minor, first .
"action is often the result
of coffee drinking:.
Note the difference
, after 10 days' trial of
-' sl, "Tbere't a Reason"
(Catted Prms Uasad Wire.)
New York, Sept 80. Ticket agenta In
California, especially In tha larger cities
like San Franolsco, have been drawn
into a state of unrest by tha report that
some of their number have violated the
law, that the facts are In tha possession
of the Interstate oommerce commission
and that an Investigation la probable.
Last winter they were 'tempted br
agenta of lines east of Chicago to se
cretly accept commissions. It is an
open secret now that the practice eon
tlnued ror some time: Tha eastern lines
In question wanted more business and
adopted this method in order to get it
Their passenger departments saw they
were not keeping up with the record of
competitors in traiflo from tha Pacific
coast, especially , steamship business.
Tnev were eacer to ifiake a batter ihn.
Ing, but were unable to find that their
ODjeci couia do otherwise attained.
una line . between Chicago and the
Missouri river Is believed to hava hmn
equally ambitious In the same direc
tion and to have taken the initiative
With the result that tha eastern rnaria at
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once trailed in.
The ticket agents were soon dreaming
of a return of the gbod'old days when
commissions yielded them a arreatar rev.
enue man tneir actual emianes. xney
were given assurances of protection
that would save them from deteotlon
and consequent penalties.
All went well for a time and com
mission's are said to have been treeli
paid and accepted for February. Marct
and April Then lines that were not
In the game or opposed to It, began to
show displeasure, particularly as they
oia not use tne possiDiiity or a restora
tion of old conditions.
In some manner knowledge of what
was going on reached ' the interstate
commerce commission. Its secret serv
Ice men were put to work to uncover
the whole business. Information waa
gained that led the commission to meet
and consider whether the practice did
not tend to a violation of the law.
Meanwhile the city ticket as-enta from
Seattle to San Francisco were becoming
the creditors of certain roads and ona
of them Is said to have figured that
spring travel would net him not less
All at once the rosy Drosnects were
dissipated oy raiiure to receive remit.
tances. instead there came nollte let
ters expressive of regret that commis
sions could not be paid without aettlna
into trouble. The Interstate commerce
commission had been heard from by
tne neaaa or passenger departments,
who hastened to save themselves.
Whether anything further will devel
OD is not certain, but the ticket aaents
are in doubt and fear, though thev do
not hesitate to say bitter things of the
roads that turned them down when they
put in their claims for commissions.
POPULAR COUPLE OF
CASTLE ROCK WED
f Special Dispatch to Tb Jsaraal.)
Castle Rock, Wash., Sept. 80. George
Howard Huntington and Miss Anabell
Bowen of this place were united In
marriage at the borne of the bride's par
ents at 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
(Special Dlapatch to Tha Journal.)
Eugene, Or., Bept. 80. Major T. N.
Dunbar of Portland examined the aev-
erai officers of the staff of Colonel
George O. Yoran of the Fourth regi-
Man Hart at Logging Camp.
(Special Dltpatck te Tha Journal)
Astoria. Or.. Sent. 80. Hirr itnirion
of Gray's river, has been brought here
for surgical attendance. Whlla working
at Heldt's logging camp on the north
shore near the Quarantine station aa
ment, O. N. G., in this city Saturday engineer, the brake of the engine flew
afternoon. Those examined were: Cap- a fr'klnS" him on the left leg- and
Uln J. M. Williams. Comnanv n v.. Jw Jnlur,n Ibo breaking his
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gene, wno nas oeen appointed lleuten
ant-colonel; Captain J. D. Hamlin, Com.
pany D, Roseburg, appointed major
Lieutenant F. L. Chambers of the ma
jors staff, appointed captain and reg
imental quartermaster; Lieutenant B.
K. Lawson, Company E, Cottage Grove,
appointed captain and realm ental fnm.
misaary, and Lieutenant F. E. Taylor of
me major s starr, appointed captain and
regimental adjutant. Cant In n r
Hammond, Company A, Eugene, the
other major appointed, was not exam
ined, as ne is at present in the east
WIN THEIR STRIKE
(Special Dlapatch to Tha JoarnaL)
Aberdeen, Wash., Sept. 80. Announce
ment is made of the settlement Of the
fishermen's strike, the Parks Fish com
pany signing a contract with the union,
whereby the men return to work today.
It is stated that both sides have made
concessions, but that by the terms of
the contract the men will receive a sub
santlal increase in the price of the fish.
Following is the schedule agreed upon:
ttea-meatea Diacx salmon, zu cents a
pound, an advance or about 12M ner
ceni; in cents apiece ror siiveraiaes. or
a cents more man last season. . The
.paries Fish company is alone In the set
tlement oi tne strixe. which has bean
' ' -" . ...it " vw. r. vi.j.vc, uu I n item
enough business, with Its shipments of
risn on ice to use tne outnut or the bo
boats of the union, ft seems likely that
the other canneries will be obliged to
ran into line. ,
' The doctor comes occa
sionally; the cook is here all
Your grocer returns your money If you
don't like Schilling's Best; we pay htm.
Rev. '.W. JUOetfjr- cf the , Methodist
Episcopal church officiated. The young
people are well known in tha commun
ity and are-very popular. For two
years or more Mra. Huntington haa held
the position of organist in tha First M
E. church.' She Is the only daughter
of Mr. and , Mrs. O. W. Bowen. Mr,
Huntington, eldest son of I. B. Hunt
ington, is of. the fourth generation of
Huntlngtoos living in Cowllti county.
He is a graduate of Castle Rock high
school, clsss of '01. and at present is
first assistant 'In the county surveyor's
ofrice. They will make their heme In
the county seat
Stops earache In two minutes: tooth
ache or pain of burn or scald In Ave min
utes; hoarseness, one hour; muscleache,
two hours; sore throat, 12 hours Dr.
Thomas' Eclec trie Oil,, monarch over
' In session every fiighb Tuition 6 month., $25.00; 12 months, h
Each teacher a specialist; all branches taught ' r J
OCTOBER WATCH SALE S
WALTHAMOR ELGIN MOVEMENTS, in a 20-year guaran- ;'
teed case, $8.00 up. We have the largest assortment of Solid Gold;
and Filled Watches in Portland. Every watch that leaves our store 'V
is guaranteed from 5 to 20 years. , '
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and Silverware
Sold on Easy Payments
Standard Jewelry Store
One piece is a portion
and a luscious dessert Preferred Stock Peaches, from the
Highlands of California. These mountain peaches are
universally conceded to be the finest peaches in the world.
Preferred Stock Canned Goods
iaaee Wkaravar tha Baa An Srawa
enable the housewife to serve wholesome, luscious desserts
without labor, at minimum cost
In order to secure extra superior quality and flavor for Preferred Stock
Yellow Dessert peaches (in halves and also sliced for cream) they are se
lected, when Just ripe, Juicy andipicy, plucked in the morning-, then hand
peelea and canned right in this mountainous, peach-crowing- country. The
heavy, pure cane syrup used in canning Preferred Stock fruits preserve
and bring out the delicate "fresh fruit" flavors.
Purity and Quality guaranteed Preferred Stock at your Grocer's
AlXKf Lima, Wholesale 6nweri, FOITXUTD, OKMOV, V. I. A.
k : n
wmmmm uroucro EaasE
- : wt . a a a a a
No Such Bargain Carnival as This Ever Known on the Pacific Coast
CREDITORS ARE CLAMORING FOR. THEIR DU
And with as little delay as possible. Every creditor of the defunct "Golden Eagle" Department Store will be paid his pro rata share of
" 1 siy aaic- wcnfve eliminated all "red tape" and entered "heart and soul" into the work of turning every
u! iiiciixaxiutac in mc Dig si ore to casn tor distribution among the creditors according to their due.
Jersey cow and calf in milk A. J
wean, second; j. w. cowers, first
Division 0, Class 1.
Sheen. Merinos, fleece wool Andrew
Hays, first; V. O. Justins, second.
Bam. over 1 yeai" R. E. nmnaa.
Ewes, over year R. is. Oro.
Ewe lambs R. E. Orosbsehlmla;, first
old Ramboullet, one-year old Ramboul
let. two-year old Delanles, one-year old
Delanles. all firsts, by Cunnlnsrham
Sheep & Land company.
Division Or Class a and H.
Mutton breeds, includina Ion a- wool
and trades, two Kraded bucks i rshrnn-
shire) J. R. Porter, first and second.
Five graded lambs J. . R, Porter.
One thorouahbred buck J. R. Porter
first - .
Angora goats Peter Tachella. first.
Ewe. over one year R. E. Gross.
Division D, Class S.
Boar less than one year W. O. Mi
Cow less than one yea r w. o. Minnr.
Boar two years old A. T. fiwaanrt.
Boar one year old A. L. A warm
bow over two years oia A. l. Swaav
tow sows one year oia a. l. Rwtr-
TWO sows less than ona year old
, u. rwaggsn, nrst.
Boar two years old S. W. Blue, first
Claaa O. .
Boar twO . years and over T. - a
I Ha Hey, ( first
Boar less than ona year T. O. Hall
ey. first and second.'
Breeding- sow .two years old IV G.
Sow less than ona year old T, O.
Halley, first and second. ... . ..,
This Week's Price-Cutting Will Be Deeper and More Desperate
man Ever Before Attempted
Although the buying crQwds of the past week have been enormous, and every retail selling record ever made in Portland by any house
has been smashed to flinders, so gigantic is the stock of the "Golden Eagle" that scarcely any shrinkage can be noted in any department
Reserve stocks are being brought forward, basement duplicates fetched upstairs and placed on special sales counters for selling through
the coming week. TUESDAY'S BARGAINS W(ILL BE THE GREATEST EVER OFFERED IN PORTLAND'S MERCANTILE
HISTORY ! Your dollar will buy double here what can be gotten elsewhere. r 5
Over $100,000.00 Worth of Seasonable, Stylish Merchandise in a
Mighty, Merciless Massacre-Doors Open at 9 a. m.
East Side Cars All
Front of the Doors
By Order of J. P. KENNEDY, Assignee of the
All Cars Transfer
to the Doors '
The Store That Made the Corner Famous at Third and Yamhill' Sts.