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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, THURSDAY .EVENING. - JANUARY 6, 1910.'
: GRANGES OPPOSE
Grand Ronde Valley Farmers
Align In Support of Initiative
.V and Referendum and State
Vment No. 1.
FREE UMO TO-
Sacramento Health Board Ar
gues Against "the Eats" in
Rimk'IiiI TMipateo to Tn Journal.)
Im Grande, Or.. Jan. 6. State candi
date! Indorsed by and favoring: the as
sembly pun of nominations will re
ceive tut little or no support among
(United Pru Ltaard Wire.)
Sacramento, Cal., Jan.- 6. The free
lunch, on which many a Sacramento
man lias Jived and waxed fat, la doomed
If the local board of health. has Ita way.
Because Seattle haa relegated thla re
sort of Impecunious starvelings, so
would Dr. F O. Fay, who guards the
city's health. Dr. Fay argued thus to-
"Lunch counters are usually provided
BRING HOME RULE
Ireland's Champion Visits
America to - Induce Irish to
Make a Trade, Fight.
the granges of tnlon county. Already w,th h'shly spiced foods, which make
some of the lodges have gone on rec
ord with resolutions opposing such tac
tics In politics. . The Cove grange, com
posed of wealthy farmers and frultmen.
a man thirsty and induce him to drink
morn than lie otherwise would.
"Another harmful thin they are r-
sponsible for is a great deal of eat In
hue given i loud voice to Its objections between meals.
to the assembly plan, and Incidentally! "Eating Irregularly and drinking ex
to those methods In politics tending to oesmvely are both great evils to health
avoid the precepts of Statement No. 1. i and I think It Is within the province of
While the other granges of the-county the board to diminish these evils where
nave not passed such resolutions, they It lx penslble.
will, according to the best authority, do - But th majority of the freqnenter
so at the first opportunity. According of the lunch' ahelvea replied that the
to Information com log unofficially from argument did not apply to them. There
the grange camps,' th rank and HU was no between meals they said: or.
are unanimous In their support of the rather, it was all between meals; rather
siano. against assemoncs. etiu, n was between .meals or nothing,
i no rv.oiuuuua pusm uy iu vot, for mem
grange follow: Dr. Fay also said he did hot doubt
"Whereas, There la a disposition on that the saloonkeepers would count the
th part of the machine politicians of board's move as economical so far as
me iiui ui vrrcs v mmmu vu i tney are concerned.
tiauve ana reierenaum togemer who
the most vital part Statement No. 1
whereby candidate are chosen by ths
peopl and not by a ' clique, therefore,
"Resolved, That the Mount Fannie
grange. No. 888, P. of H., In conformity
with other granges of the state of Ore-
con .go on record as opposing the
assembly plan and favor and give our
allegiance to th direct primary law, and
"Resolved. That w are onooaed to I weoo uim . or orcn western
anr raise of salary for any officer of university, Kvanston, I1L. spoke last
Oregon for any cause whatever other I night at the Y. If. C A. upon "The
than ty the initiative, as tney are be- science of Business Success.
coming masters Twiner man. servant. Tne talk was a practical one and
hlnred timn the thmis-ht hn mnraii
OAKLAND MAN SHOT Burned by an eternal law Just as
gooa neaitn is, and that the. man who
SECRET OF SUCCESS
DV UIC ETIIDl nVTD I is, ana mat ma. man wni
Dl nlo tMrLU I tn I understand the underlying principle
rrnlted hm Leased Wire.)
Oakland, CaL, Jan. '.Claud Smith, a
etuoco worker, la thought to be, dying
in a hospital here as tne result or a
bullet wound Inflicted by his employer,
Jurgowitx, at the police station await
ing the result of Smlth'a wound, said
the rhootlng was the result of Smith's
attentions to his wife.
can seise .success In business Just a a
man' can make himself strong and
healthy by observing the laws of health
from childhood up. lie held that suc
cess is never a matter of chance, that
no man ever stumbled Into victory by
mistake, and that it la the man who
plans every move that wins. He gave
the palm to hard work and said It often
wins the battle of life where genius
falls. Conviction, he said was on of
the first requisites for success; that to
Smith, who has a wife, and child liv
ing in Oakland, has been In the habit of I convince another that your wares are
visiting tne jurgowits noma occasion-i good you must first convince yourself.
ally and dining there.. Finding, last I This la -Mr. Webb's second visit to
night, .that no meal had been prepared I Portland dating, the past year. He was
for htm. he la said to have a-one In an secured bv the T. M. C. A. for this lee.
ugly mood to a' house in the neighbor I tur. which was offered to the business
hood where '.his employer and. Mr.jnen of Portland as a part of the gen
Jurgowlta were visiting. I cral educational and usefulness of the
(Jurgowlts said he went to the door I association. Mr. Webb showed by logical
when Smith tried to batter It down, and reasoning and apt Illustration hew suo-
wae Knocked down by a blow from the
stucco .worker fist
- Jurgowlts In self defense then 'fired
a shot that went wild, according to his
story, t A second bullet took effect In
Smith's abdomen, causing a wound that
It is believed will prove fatal:
cess may be attained by any man,' That
It . I more a- matter or training and
hard work than luck: that the trained
man .wins no matter If his education I
was received in no higher a place of
learning than the "college of hard
"Just so the God given qualities art
brought out until the man is master
of the situation,", he said. The reason
them la so much room at the ton la
. - - - r
I because there are so few masters. A
rCntted Pnaa Leased Wlre.1
San Francisco, Jan., f.Th effort of
the Irish political. part v will never trtn
about home rule for Ireland, according
to Qharlea Joseph .Dolan, former mem
ber of the British parliament and on
of Ireland's champion. ."Dolan 1 tour
ing America advocating the development
or Irish industries with the aid of Irish
citicens. Industrial lndepend.no ha
believes, will bring about th freedom
or his nauve land.
Dolan is looking for American mar
Kets for Ireland' product. He urges
upon an jrisnmen to eubstltute Irish
goods for those made Jn England. By
refusing to purchase the product of
A-ngianas industry and utilising Ire
land' output, one of the means' toward
weiuing tne island into an Industrial
nation will have been put Into operation.
Dolan stated that th Irish nartv mat
one or me minerals In the present
campaign tn England 1 because Prime
Minister Herbert Asqulth promised Ire-
iana nom- rule if the rartv received
Irish support A to thla Dolan said:
I think Asqulth's promise will be like
so many others and will amount to
notmng alter the election."
Traction Company Buys Site.
(Special Dl patch to The Journal.)
Pendleton, Or.. Jan. I. Another Im
portant preliminary step has been taken
In tho promotion 6f the traction com
pany which 1 to tap the rich timber
country In the southern end of Umatilla
county and furnish transportation for
the wheat, and other farm product.
This step was the recent acquisition by
the Umatilla Railwav A vtupi 9...
company of" the' water power site on the
norm lork or tho John Day river, the
franchises and all other rights obtained
wun II Dr A. R. Turner of Pilot RnrV
Douglass Belts of pilot Rack. anJ
aeorge Arthur Brown of Portland. The
consideration was $64,000.
Umatilla Grand Jury Act.
(Special Il-patc)i tn Th. Journal.)
Pendleton, Or., Jan. . The crand
Jury, which Is now in session, made it.
first report yesterday afternoon, return
ing one Indictment . and two not true
bills. Carl Smith was indicted for i.
ceny from a building. Not a true bill
was found in the case of A. L. Camnh-li
who was charged with attempting to
pass another man's check in a local
store. Not a true bill was returned
In the case of J. N. Klein, of the w.
hotel, who shot Frank Beathe in the
snouiaer a lew months aero. The tnrvl
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PRICES SLASHED TO LESS THAN ONE HALF, ON OUR STOCK OF
FINS SUITS; COATS, SILK PETTICOATS, SKIRTS WAISTS, FURS,
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We arc going to make things (huni here for awhile-r-that is, if extraordinary val
ues will do it. These iterris'wUl give you ah' idea of;the good things we have
waiting for. you. We would rather give them away at these low prices than
carry them in stock,, so better come here early tomorrow. They're really the
greatest bargains ever offered in this city. 'vri ".V ; - :
Stylish Coats i w "
A magnificent stock of Coats in the
latest styles. Prices reduced to low
est possible figures. : : '
$ 9.00 COATS ONLY 94.75
$22.00 COATS ONLY...... $10.45
$27.50 COATS ONLY. . . . . .$13.75
$35.00 COATS ONLY. , . ., .$18.00
: Silk Petticoats
See our superb line of Petticoats in
a fine assortment of colors :J
$ 5,75 VALUES NOW... . . .$3.00
, $ 8.00 VALUES NOW.;.. ..$5.50
$18.00 VALUES NOW. .... $11150
" $22.00 VALUES (silk em- ' :
Nobby Skirts :
300 Fine Skirts rom which to se
lect. Newest patterns in blacks, blues
and voile. x '
$ 6.50 SKIRTS ONLY...... $3.75
$ 9.00 SKIRTS ONLY... .;,$4.75
$11.00 SKIRTS ONLY;.....$6.45s
$17.00 SKIRTS ONLY..... $10.25
;You must see these1 Fancy Suits in
l broadcloth, diagonals, serge, worsteds
and homespuns, lined with Skinner's
v satin. The prices are remarkably low.
$14.00 VALUES NOW. ... ..$5.95
; $16.00 VALUES NOW. .....$6.05
$22.00 VALUES NOW. . . : ..$0.45
$37.50 VALUES NOW. ... .$17.50
$47.50 VALUES NOW..... $22.50 ,
All the newest styles in Capes shown.
A big variety to choose from. Colors
are rose, light rose, old rose and gray.
$12.00 VALUES NOW... ...$4.25
The materials are Serge, Broad
cloth and Silk. ; .. ,
$13.50 Values at. : $5.05
BROADCLOTH DRESSES ,
27 Vals. $14.95 $32 Vals. $18.75
' SILK DRESSES
$16. Val...$7.45 :$22.Valv. $10.25
$28.00 Values at. . . . ... . . . .$13.95
Store Located in
Middle of Block
Ft IDC f Youll be astonished when you see our fine collection of Furs that
I UlXkJl we're offering at $3.75 to $75.00. They comprise Black Furs,
Persian, Japanese Mink, Lynx, Squirrel and Iceland Bear. THEY'RE REALLY
LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PRICES ...........$3.75 to $75.00
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McALLEN & MCDONNELL
- Hearing Is Postponed.
(Satnm Burps a of The Journal.)
Salorn, Or., Jan. (. Notification
in Oregon, by the railroad commission
postponing the hearing In the matter of
depot facilities at Umatilla . Junction
from January 11 to 'February ' 28, in
order that-the Oregon Railway A Navi
gation company may have time to deter
mine whether that point will be con.
iinuen as a division point ror tne Ore
gon and Washington systems. I David Trefler, Arco, Idaho The Lost
complaint was - made by H. N. Dryer, river country never suffered so much
a shipper of Umatilla, that the eonven-jln 20 years With cold as they have al
ienees xurnisnea Dom snippers ana pas- reauy this winter. Thla Is the first win. I
congers at that place were wholly lnade- ter, within my recollection that horses
fiuate and in some particulars the ac- have perished on the ranae. The snow
commodatlons. for women passengers I crusts so much that they are unable
were not even cecent to paw down to the dry trass. Hundreds
of head of stock of all kinds have
starved and frozen in Blaine county this
WITHIN OUR GATES
The Piano Contest will run I
months. Plenty of time to get in
and win this beautiful prie.
Standing of candidates changing
dally. All vote under lock and
A $560.Q0 Piano Fr.ee!
A beautiful prize-winning Kimball Piano is to be given away free. A great opportunity for any
organization or individual to secure a $560.00 instrument without cost.
iiridlay audi , Saiflnnirdlay
A. $560 Kimball Piano to be glvea
away Free. The moat popular con
test ever inaugurated In the city.
Take advantage of the Clearance
Sale and VOTE.
CflaiMii(se Me Beijing
P IL E S
Frank B. Ryan, Salt Lake. Utah I
hardly know whether I like Portland
better than Salt Lake. I have lived In
Salt Lake for 10 years, but I visited
Portland's Rose Festival two years ago
ana since then I have almost decided
to make this .city my home. I have no
Interests In either place, so It is a
toss up with me. If I find the cli
mate satisfactory here during the next
Instant Relief, Permanent Cure Trial iw0 V three weeT- whr P!ina wins.
, ' I T T avA-aa evmit.. al11.. a. 1 A. T 1 . a. i I
""(c ucu n w mi winter time.
in Plain Wraoocr.
I Pari f .lnit.4i.Am XT.n n.l C
T. . . I v-, nyuu will, V . OI1UTT CU1U
we want every man and woman suf-1 ,.,i.. i, ... ,,. , ...
renng irom the excruciating; torture of hk. ,i n i. . , 1
ZLV -.I"!" ""'!i""u.fu" time in 60 years it snowed in the Ba
uiwm iu uj cum Km u y return ttuui a. I u, , ,
free trial package of the most effective wJST! T.,:""? "r""
XLZZ'SF Z7 fr thlS Fver w; so mucmTToV'knes
n-v. 71 " . Y ' J the state, eith
- ww ly yiuvo wnai LiiiB greai
remeay wju do In your case, is
TaKeta Silks at 77c
18-lnch Black Taffeta Silk, extra
rood weight and splendid wearing
auality. We consider thla an ex--.
:ellent $1.25 value, Our Clearance
Sale Price while this lot of 1600
yard lasts Special 77
I IV ALL
Table Damasks 25c
1 0-inch Table Damask, made to
stand hard usage, extra heavy.
Buy all you want of It during
this, our Annual Clearance Sale,
at extra special, the yard ..254
Underwear at 83c "Foresl Mills" Spec. 48c Heavy Outings at 8Ac Infants Wool Dose 15c
Men' Heavy Gray Wool Underwear, the
very best standard $1.26 auality on sale
at the above price. The lowest price
ever quoted on this grade 83
"Forest Mills" Underwear for! women
vests, pants and tights, beautiful In fit
and finish. Other stores sell this gar
ment at -6c. Complete line of sizes.
Our Clearance Sale Price la .....48
'Extra , Heavy Outing Flannels, best
standard 10c quality. - A full line of
light and dark color, ful, width. Take
jadvantage of this, great special. Our
Annual Clearance Sale Price ....8 1-3V
Closing out odd lots of Infanta' Black
Cashmere Hose, ranging In regular
value up to 86c all sizes. Annual
Clearance Bale Prlo J.....151
Just fill out free coupon and send to us
ana you wiii get ny return mail a free
sample of Pyramid Pile Cure.
Then after you have proven to your
self what It can do, you will go to the
. druggist and get a 60 cent box.
' Don't undergo an operation. Opera
tions , are rarely a success and often
lead to terrible consequences. Pyramid
Pile Cure reduces all inflammation,
iiiaaes congestion, irritation. Itching,
sores and ulcers disappear and the
pile dimply quit.
For sale at all drug stores at 60
-nts a' box.
the state, either, caused from the pe
CUitAr weathnr. Tjl B-rlnriA haa ilmnit
t0 f reached the epldemlo stage at Napa and
several deaths have resulted.
FREE PACKAGE COUPON
Fill out the blank lines below with
your name and address, cut out cou
pon and. mail -to the PYRAMID
'l.RI70 CO.. 154 Pyramid Bldg.. Mar
shall, Mich. A sample of the great
Pyramid Pile Cure will then be sent
you at once by mail, FREE, In plain
Jfatrie . .
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, City and State.
A sprained ankle will Usually disable
the Injured person .,for three or four
ftks" ' 1'his Is due l lack of-proper
treatment.-: Wlien Chamberlain's Lini
ment Is applied a cure may be effected
In three or four days.- This liniment is
one of th,e best and most remarkable
VrrpHrtionIn use. -
STOPPING OF FERRY
Whltwood, the suburb on the west
side of the Willamette river, is practi
cally Isolated from St. Johns as a re
sult of the tying up of the ferry which
connects the two. The ferry has been
tied up - with the consent of the city
council until such time as the weather
moderates. A great deal of protest has
been aroused by the action of the St.
Johns council in permitting the tying
up of the boat, as it Is said to be clear
ly against t,he terms of the franchise
recently granted the company.
Th ferry Is operated by the St. Johns
Transportation company under a fran
chise granted them by the clt council j
of St, Jons. When the request came
to th council from the company asking!
that it be allowed to tie up the ferry5
temporarily. 1t was found that the coun
cil fhad no right to make any such grant
On .the plea that service wastpractlcally
Impossible the council promised, how
ever, that It would say nothing- If serv- ;
lcer was discontinued. ' i
The ferry serves the west side traf-'
fie to a large extent and Its closing- will .
cause much trouble and inconvenience.
Several streets were improved this sum
mer in St Johns so that the ferry)
might be urfed during the winter. The'
St. Johns people claim that a little wftrfci
wouia- remoxe the gathering of Ice and
that the running" of the ferry would
then be possible. They are said to be
planning on "taking the matter into the
courts should the ferry We out of serv
ice very long. , ,
Special Sale -
T ailwei Slits
V&t0 Balh Towels 1212CY
jam targe U9xu ; men; ana neavy
Bleached Bath Towels, red border and
fringed; splendid 18b value. Our An
nual Clearance Sale Price 12tf)
Child's Union Suits 23c
Children's Fleece Lined Union Suit, In
'gray; com in ages 1 to B, and are best
86o values to be had. Our Annual
Clearance Sale Price ........'..,,.23
A Great Clearance Sale Bargain in the Suitroom for
Friday and Saturday, Women's and Misses' New
lauorea suits in latest styles and (ft A AO I
colors. Values up to $20.00 ...JlU0 j
Men's $1.50 Shirts 50c
Men' $1.00 end $1.60 Soft Front Golf
Shirt In great variety of patterns,
with or without attached cuffs all ,
sixes. Clearance Sale Price .'...t60e
37 Long Coats on stile Friday and Saturday at $9.85
apiece. The materials alone are worth a great deal
more than this. None worth less than" Cf QC
$1850 and some up to $25.00 at. . I . . . . ) OD
Fleece Lined Dose 29c .Long Kimonos at 98c "Ilabntai" Silks at 15c Corsets wvJ,,oei Only 79c
Women'a Fleece Lined Hose. -wlth'nlaJn
or ribbed top: very best 35e quality and
full line of sizes. Our Annual Clearance
Sale Price . . . . ,"t 28J
-Heavy . German . " Flannel Kimonos, 1ft
light and dark colors and latest . de
signs; best $1.60 quality. Our Annual
Clearance Sale Price 98f
'n'abtttai." the new spring Silk. tlalii or "
with dot See window display: 2500
yards Included in our Annual Clearance
Odd lots and broken lines of Warner's
i. and 'Thomson's Corsets, regular values
: ranging up to $1.75. Choice during our.
Annual Clearance Sale ,....,...,.70
ee a Candidate in Our Great Free Piano ContcGt
Corner Third and Morrison Streets
Established In 1884