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Albany Commercial club, Is In the city
for a few days. Visiting with relatives.
; Frank Alley, a prominent horse breed
er of Koseburg, Or., Is in the city. He
Is registered at the Imperial. ,
John IlarUog; formerly manager of
the Eugene Commercial club,, arrived In
Portland thla morning on his way to
New York.. Mr. Hartaog resigned a few
days ago and his position will be filled
by J. Curtis Freeman, rex-newspaper
man of this clty.j ,.v , -
N. P, IS CLEARING
TRACKS IN MONTANA
Butte, Mont, Jan. I. It is thought
the Northern Paclflo will have cleared
the snow blockade near Ofay CUf f . by
nightfall, permitting . the ' first ' west
bound passenger train since Tuesday
night to reach thla city. The blockade,
which was regarded as the worst In
Montana for years, covered the tracks
with hundreds of tons of snow. A large
force of men, haa been at work since
Wednesday' clearing the tracks. ) ,
. Heavy stock losses are feared by the
eastern Montana stockmen, due to the
fall of snow that has buried the pasture
lartds deep and caught horses and cat
tle miles from ranch houses.
from Coos ny headed by the mayor of
Marshfield and North Bend and the t'l
cult court Judgs are here today mm ;
ing to tne county court to have tt i
oounty build a ahort stretoli of ' nr.
roadway between Marshfield and Nwt'i
Bend." Each etty, has built the mit. r
front plank road within the limit mi l
the county is asked to span the Rp.
This will give an auto road between the
two cttles. which the entire community
Is now fighting for.. - v. , ,
PLEA OF GUILTY
COUNTY COURT IS
ASKED TO BUILD ROAD
Coquille, Or., Jan. I. A delegation
Two Girls Figure in Charge
Governor..: Hughes' Message
Journal want ads brinjr results.
Journal want ads brln results.
,: Contains Suggestions That
Against Man With Wealthy.
v ; Name; :
THE STORE THAT GIVES THE BARGAINS IT ADVERTISES
txienu , Magnmq orea. ;
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING.' JANUARY 6, 1910.
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. (United Prm Leased Wlra.) ,
. , ,u'. . Albany, N. ..T.,-. ' Jan.' ; .aoverndr
t , Hughes, does not oelleve th. people
nhould elect minor state (Officials, In
ills annual message to the legislature I
. yesterday he reoommended the election
of the governor and the lieutenant gov
ernor, allowing them to appoint a cab
inet like that of the national govern
ment. '.. . I : -t ' ' -,
v, The break between , Hughes and the
, Republican machine la made more pro
nounced than ever by these suggestions,
' . which follow the election of. J, P. Allds,
a rabid anU-Hugheajnan. as. president
, pro tem.of the senate to succeed the
late John Balnea. , ,
Hughe recommend the eoneervatton
of the state's forest and water re-
, sources, -lie demands mat tne new
canal be completed not later than 1914.
One feature of the . raeasage la the
recommendation that the legislature' ao.
x;ept the offer of Mrs. K. H. Harrlmaa
to give the state 10,000 acres of land
to be added to the Palisade Park, with
an endowment of $1,000,000 to keep.lt
Mlgf ' May Tully, in wStop-Lqok-Lis-:
ten,", at Pantages this wrtk. ..
'loe offer of Mrs. Harrlman Is made
on the' condition that the state agree
to protect her home and grounds in
Orange county, where Harrlman died,
from future confiscation by condemna
tion proceedings In case It should be
decided later to extend the park. The
10,000 acre tract offered to the state
by Mrs. Harrlman Is In Orange and
Rockland counties and Includes valua
ble lands along the west shore of the
MAKES PUBLIC REPORT
v (Continued From Page One.)
unlawful for Mr. Balling r to have any
profesalonal relation with claimants,
because of his former Incumbency of
the office of commissioner of theIa'nd
office, is, in my opinion, unsound.
"Third The Cunningham locations in
question were made in July and August,
1904. AU but three of them proceeded
- to entry prior to May 1, 1807, the re
maining three prior to October, 1907,
payments aggregating $62,800 being
made.. . v ; ' -, ' i
V riie government had abundant, time
to investigate the validity of the en
tries. . The entrymen certainly were en
titled to know with reasonable prompt
ness any objections to lsautng patents
on their claims and . have such objec
tions disposed of within a reasonable
"The attention of the land office was
directed specifically to those claims in
August, 1907. They were Investigated
by Agents Love aid Jones, and their
findings, together with the results of
the Investigation of all other Alaska
coal locations? were put into Glavis
. hands In January, 1908. ,
-Otovia"0elejMiOy L'pecioti !!
"Glavis had the benefit of the re
ports 'of Lve and Jones, and all the
essential facts relating to tne Claims
eoem to have been ascertained by him
irtthe sDrlna of 1908. Indeed, tne claim
ants do not appear to have made any
concealment of- the facts upon which the
! claims depended.
"He had upwards of ttwo years to
mimnlete the investigations. The land
office furnished him with all the, assist
unca he reauested. All efforts to in
duce him to press the investigation met
only with requests "for further assist
ance, and criticism of superior officers,
as well as of other agents who had been
connected with the cases. Every time
the general land office urged speedy
completion of the work, Glavis advanced
npecious reasons why he was not ready
to proceed to , trial.
Contradiction of a Olavls Claim.
"Fourth' Glavis claimed he prevented
the government from being defrauded,
by procuring the reference to the at
torney general of a question of law" in
volved, and through the overruling by
him of an opinion written by Pierce
which would have enabled the Cunning
ham claimants to secure patents of their
claims. This is absolutely disproved
by the record, which shows that v the
letter submitting the; questions to the
attorney general, the form of whloh
was prepared by Bchwartz in conference
with Glavis and was in part suggested
by him, by Its terms excluded any pos
sible reference to the Cunningham ,
cjaims.-; With the exception of a some
what . ambiguous phrase, Initiation of
entry. used by Pierce, Jbis construction
of the statute did not differ from that
given by the attorney general In his
onlnlon. . " -j ':- ' ' '.. -
'-, .'. IMncho a Interloper,
"Fifth The Intervention, of the tor-
eetry , service, procured by ' Olavls,- is
shown by the record ,to have been un
necessary to protect the Interests of
the ejnlted States. It was even unnec
essary to secure a postponement of , the
hearing of; the Cunningham claims, as
Special Agent Sheridan of the land of
fice, who was sent to conduct the hear
ing of the claims, concurred In the ad
visability, of a postponement of the
completion f the field examination.
"Sixth Glavis' report and - summary
abound In oontradlctiona and misstate
ments. He omits, to a degree that
amounts to absolute suppression, betters,
telegrams and . other documents, some
of which ' were In his possession and
others of whlchjwere available to him,
completely rebutting the Inference be
seeks to bare drawn from those he does
submit. v ; ,
Inquiry sTewdleesly rroJocgftd,
"Seventh The action or each and ev
ery official of the land office referred
to In Glavis charges appears to have
been Inspired by a proper, desire to
bring to a conclusion an , Investigation
which had been prolonged beyond all
reason, and which, had It been prosecu
ted with due diligence, and had Glavis
properly availed himself of the ass4st
ance placed at his disposal, should have
been completed and ready for trial not
later than the autumn of 1908.
Th claimants were entitled to nave
the oblectlon to their claims formulated
and brought to hearing' with reasonable
promptness. The interests of the gov
ernment were not advanced by the; long
delays in Glavis' actions.
Bays Glarts a Fault Finder.
"Glavis. appears at all times "to have
been prolific in .criticisms ana rauu
finding with other officials or tne ae-
partment; desirous .of increasing nis
Jurisdiction; ready wltfi reasons for de
lay, but never reaay xo complete
thing he undertook. His action In ap
pealing to the foreatry bureau to inter
vena In these cases, without consulting
any official superior, was a breach of
discipline which was peculiarly aggra
vated because it was taken on the very
day when he complained to Secretary
Bellinger In person that he was being
forced into the hearing before he was
ready with the necessary evidence, and
was referred to Schwarta. :
Dick Million, accused, of contributing
to the delinquency of two JT-year-old
girls. Nellie Deardorf f and Elva Lent,
pleaded guilty under one Indictment In
th circuit court this morning and the
Other was dismissed. Judge Gen ten
beln sentenced him to serve on year
In. Jail, but placed him on parole on
condition that he furnish $1000 bond
or $500 cash, ball. '
. Million Is a 20-year-old youth, and
ha a record In the Juvenile court for
a similar offense. He was ' arrested
on a train at Oregon City a few weeks
ago as - he was returning from Los
Angela, to Portland. -He had been em
ployed a a streetcar conductor,
After disposing of the Million cases
Judge Gantenbeln began the work ef
securing a Jury for the trial of Oscar
Allen, who 1 charged with a statutory
offense, the complaining witness being
Elsie Mattes, 14 years old. '
BRIDE FAINTS IN
(Continued From Page One.)
young wife started for Portland. Two
friends came with her,
' Withheld Tews From Wife.
The husband had not told her of his
trouble, hoping to get It settled with
out her knowledge. He la SO years
old; his wife 1 younger. When th
woman arrived at the station, she waa
on. the verge of a nervous breakdown.
Tito couple first met In the aquadroom.
The young wife collapsed and waa taken
Into the private office of Chief Cox.
It was for hi . wife, Haigh claims,
that he stole. It was his plan to dis
pose of the $1000 wortn or piunaer
and return to her when caught. AU
his' efforts to comfort the woman were
futile, but she declared she would re
main true and steadfast through the
difficulty. The husband and wife
talked to each other many minutes.
8he will remain in the city to visit
him each day.
Halgh Is a member of an old and
respectable family at Pendleton. Re
port from there states he was in trouble
one time over concealing a large quan
tity of wool. When he came to Port
land he was employed as a prune pack
er, but when he lost his place he took
a room at Fifteenth and Franklin
streets. He. was caught trying to enter
a room In the Gladstone apartment
house. A search of his room revealed
the plunder of 11 burglaries. The
greater part of the goods, has been
Identified. He is held on a charge of
burglary, and will go before the grand
That he could have had no lack of
confidence In Schwart is shown by a
nomnnnl latter he wrote Schwarts,
jtA T.tl. Q1 10A1 In which hA
expressed friendship for Schwartr, and
told Kim that, in his opinion, neither
Ballinger nor Dennett could last, and
advised Schwartz to try ,for Dennett's
place, with the obvious suggestion that
he (Glavis) could then take Schwartx's
XJlavis' actions appear to have been
founded wholly upon aft exaggerated
annsA of his own importance, and his
desire for personal advancement rather
man upon any genuine ukbiio io pro
tect the interest of the government,
and this species of megalomania finally
led him to submit charges of improper
motives and conduct against his off!
clal superiors, which, in my opinion,
were so unjust and unfounded as to
merit his immediate separation from the
i mi ir isti nil ml nr
Xmpuaaad. I I lft I t 1 III 1 1 II M 1 1
, Hood River Fixes Tax Levy.
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Hood River, Or., Jan, 6. The Hood
River county court today fixed the tax
levy at 11.8 mills. The total valuation
of Hood River county is $7,527,335. The
city voted a special school tax of 12
mills and a city tax of 7 mills.
In the - last f leal year experts of the
department of agriculture. Inspected for
slaughter 66,644,256 animals at 876 es
tablishments in 240 cities and towns. '
Many Women Have
And Bladder Troubles Who Suffer Endless Torture, Without
Knowing the Nature of Their Ailment, or Its , Cause.
(Continued from Page One.)
tlon, even though all others were bitter
Ballinger partisans, because thereby
they would have been assured that such
questions would be asked of witnesses
and such records produced as would
bring out the whole truth.
Plnchot may ask to be represented by
counsel., and that the sams privilege be
accorded Ballinger. ,
Washington, Jan- e.-r-That a final and
unalterable tleup of the Taft adminis
tration will take place, with the Cannon
Aldrlch regulars against the insurgent,
led by La Follette, Clapp, Cummins,
Brlstow, Murdock, Madison and Miller,
is no longer denied. The administra
tion refers all mattera connected with
this political warfare to Hitchcock and
Nagel who have been given authority
to fight the Insurgents in all possible
ways, through federal patronage. The
Insurgents welcome the fight.
This is because women are told that
' their every sickness is due to "ailments
of theit sex.". The notion that to cure a
woman's ailments, it is only necessary
to treat the distinctly feminine organs,
Is one that has caused much unneces
sary suffering, v ' . ..
lfcmeandachingrbacMwollen and bloat
ed feet and. limbs, nausea and fainting
spells, lassitude, despondency ,sick head
aches, painful, scalding sensation, in1
fiammation,etc. are invariably due to'de
rangements of the kidneys and bladder.
., i And unless there is proper healing
and curative treatment for the organs,
which are diseased ind out of order,
there can be no cure of the woman's ail
ments. For the cure of these conditions
and as a safeguard against even more
serious and fatally dangerous diseases
there must .be a thoroughly good and
effective kidney and bladder medicine.
, DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
act at onceand with the' most benefi
cial results on the organs in qustlon
'insure prompt and permanent relief
in anv cases where the disease has not
been too long neglected. . These pills'
may be depended upon to qo ail tnac is
claimed for them. ;fi ' ' r " V
' They are thoroughly antiseptic sur
prisingly healing and cleansing, purify
ing, and.reconstructlve in effect and,
containing no opiates,, narcotics, or
other harmful substances, may be taken
in perfect confidence. tS
-Thousands of women all over the
United States gratefully afflrm the mar
velous fficacv of these Pills, : ,
' DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are
- put up in air-tight, sanitary, glass con-
FOR NEXT THREE WEEKS
Is Bobby Evans suffering from ai
fractured left Jawbone? One doctor
says no and another says yes. How
ever, Bobby has concluded it hurts
pretty badly and had the thing braced
up by a dentist this morning. He Is
prepared to take nourishment through
a straw during the1 next three weeks or
Evans ran Into one of Frankle Ed
wards' stiff uppercuts last month dur
ing a boxing match and luV jaw has
been sore ever since.' - The other day In
practice Dan O'Brien biffed him hard
on the sore spot and.lt began to hurt
again, when he' sought a physician. He
says he will be able to box again next
.V ; .... . . 1 'i'ftii IF . LSi V". . . ' '
and Aider Sts.
and Alder Sts;
Stock to Be
of Cost v
WMdHt Exaggeration the Biggest Mi
i' Cleariance Sale We Have' Ever HeM
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VThe one important purpose of this sale Is to dispose of every garment in the store in the quickest possible time. Regular
price tickets remain for comparison. Never has there been such a sensational price cutting of Suits, Dresses, Coats, Waists,
Furs and Shoes.. A perfect landslide of buyers prevented us serving all but we are now more fully prepared with extra help to
serve the rush which has continued all week. , , ,
Regular lines were badly broken into and the odd Suits will go into the
three big special lots, insuring all sizes and colors
LOT 1 Formerly sold as high as $25.00, now $0.95
LOT 2 Formerly sold as high as $30.00, now fll.95
LOT 3 Formerly sold as high as $35.00, now $14.95
HALF PRICE on all Suits from $40.00 tip HALF PRICE
75 Wool Coats at Half
THE COST OF MATERIALS ALONE Cheapest was $15.00 and on
up to $20.00. Your choice while they last f 6.95
60 BLACK AND NAVY BROADCLOTH COATS, 54 inches long, semi
and tight fitting. Formerly sold at $25.00, while thy lsat at f 12.75
ONE-THIRD OFF on the entire balance of our stock of Coats, all this
season's models ONE -THIRD OFF
All One-Piece Dresses Must Go
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF ONErPIECE DRESSES, made of fine
broadcloth and serges, which formerly sold as high as $50.00 all go
in ne big lot at. f 9.95
All Capes One-Half Off
a Capes formerly $10.00, now ....$4.95 .'
h Off CP formerly $15.00, now.... $7.45 U fff
16 Capes formerly $20.00, now $9.95
' Capes formerly $25.00, now $12.45
Third Off All Furs Third Off
At our discount of one-third It means to you, shrewd buyer, a saving
of over 50 per cent on the prices asked at fur stores. We quote a few
FURS FORMERLY $ 3.00, NOW ...........$1.95
FURS FORMERLY $ 5.00, NOW .........$3.35
rUKS rUKMbKLT S 7.50, NOW ...,..$4.95
FURS FORMERLY $10.00. NOW
FURS FORMERLY $20.00, NOW.
FURS FORMERLY $30.00, NOW.
FURS FORMERLY $50.00, NOW.
FURS FORMERLY $75.00, NOW.
FURS FORMERLY $100.00, NOW
Third Off-All Waists-Third Off
Every Waist in the store Silks, Nets, Embroidered, Lingerie, Madras
and plain tailored Waists, from $1.50 up. I.... ONE THIRD OFF
Now for a riot on low prices for Good Shoes. Just come in and be fitted and share in the bargain feast, very
well-known make in the lot of 14,683 pairs fought at our own prices. ' v
Special Notice Every Pair of Shoes in Entire Stock Reduced in Price
QOWN WITH -
talners (to preserve tnelr full strength,
and curative qualities) find are sold by
all druggists, -&v 60c and 81.00 box,
t They are pleasant to take, and canjn
no case work injury to the. system as
syrupy, alcoholic, liquid preparations
are apt to. ' - - . - - '
E. a DeWitt & Co., Chicago, HL,
want every man and woman who have
the least suspicion that they are afflic
ted with kidney and bladcler diseases
to at once write them, and a trial box
of these Pills will be sent free by return
mail-postpaid.": V9 it to-day. .v. :. ' .
Dr. Brooka and wife of Sllverton, Or.,
are guests at the Hotel Oregon.
B. K. Lawson, a merchant of Cot
tage Orove, Or., is a iguest at the Hotel
Oregon. " , v
A. E. Cagwln, a merchant of Kelso,
Wash., Is staying at the Hotel Oregon.
It. L, Blackburn and T, M. McKay,
merehants - of - aVncouver,- B. G. are
guests at the Hotel Portland.
W. II. Edwards, ; a rancher "of ' Tam
hlll, Or., Is staying at the Cornelius,
i C. Kraft, an Insurance broker of Se
jattle. Wash., Is at the Cornelius. ,
I Ike Blumauer, a mining man of Te
i nlno. Wash., Is at the Cornelius.
Franlc Moore, a broker of Walla.
I Walla Wash., Is at the Cornelius today.
I W. lMcCormick of Tacoma, Wash.,
' . T ,r.n.tal.i. .
sun . oi yvv. ij. .Aiuvuruiivn, iiianns"
th Weyerhaeuser Timber company. Is
a guest at the Imperial hotel. ,:
- W. S- Hamlltonof the Hamilton Drug
company,' Roseburg, ,Or,t Is registered
at the Imperial; hotel. t
F. A.. Seufert, a canneryman ,'of The
Dalles, Or., Is ataylng at the Imperial
hotel. ' ... ,. .
John C. Wood, an attorney of Seattle,
Wash., Is registered at the Hotel Port
land. Thomas D. Richardson, the newly ap
pointed manager of the Roseburg Com
mercial club; Is in the city today1 on
the way from . San Francisco to bis
new field -of .labor.,. n. t-e.&.iw..1 -
V5Hlaca B Struble. manager or. the
1 .i-i.. '!!'' . i .. ,,i,.i.m, .,,..,.,M,p,
See Fifth St. Window
ALL STYLES '
Come T oday and Call
Often It Will
Our REGULAR $4.00 GRADES now $2.95
Our REGULAR $5.00 GRADES now $3,43
Our REGULAR $6.0Q GRADES now $3.95
New Factory Sample Shoes '
mrr1fm TP n-
dency to com
bine business and
ity so becomes at once
a lluty and a courtesy;
it's best backed by an
tOBD tOMTS, Tlilit Model
Pendant Winding and Setting. ;7,
15 and 17 Jewels and 17 jewels
adjusted. Ruby and sapphire bal
ance and center Jewels. Compen
sating balance.- Breguet hair
spring," with mlcrometrlo regula
tor. Exposed 'winding wheels.
Patent recoiling click and self
locking setting device. Sunk-seo
ond ' dial. Plates ? damaskeehed.
Cased and timed In , case at the
factory. .'.-. - 'V. : .
In ruled Sold Oases, $21 and up
In Solid Gold Oases, $35 and up
Other Elcin models at other prices, accord
Ins to trade ot movement and case. AU
Elgin watches are hilly guaranteed, and
are sold by jewelcra everywhere. ,
ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH COMPANT.
' 'For months I had great trouble with my
stomach and used all kinds of medicines.
My tongue has been actually as green as
grass, my breath having a bad odor. Two
wejtago a friend recommended Ca scare ts
and after using them I can willingly and
cheerfully say that they have entirely
cured me. I therefore let you know that I
snail recommend them to any one suffer
ing from auch troubles." Chas. H. Hal.
pern, 114 E. 7th St., New York, N. Y.
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good,
Do Good. Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe.
10c, 25c, 50c. Never sold In bulk. Th. gen
uine tablet stamped C C C Guaranteed to
cure or your money back. 929
wnmoiin noma Know
. .km we woaowna
MARVEL Whlrlina Sort
I Hw Mir Vatfcal tjrfcw Jnjta.
1 aitrrum. ume
Vt.STvVTi . eiKJimi convenient.
h mnnodopply th.
AltVEi.. kousnt no
otiier, bat Hnd lUunp tot
lllniintfd book tnSt. ft
v vitiealsror'.nd'ltrfetinnf tn.
for sale by Bkldmore rro
Clwk Co.. and Laoe-Oatla Di
rng Ca.. (tore.
The greatest danger from lnCuenxa Is
of Its resuiung la vueumonla ' This can
Cougu- Itemwdy, as it not only . cures in
fluensa, but counteracts any- tendency
of the disease towards pneumonia.
Journal Ads -Uring Results
NERVOUS DEBILITY ,
Hard work, exposure
and dissipation .'have
wrecked many people. In
, your weakened . system
crying out for help 7 Ton
ar. - nervous, - Irritable
and despondent;- you ar
growing weaker; 4 your
vitality Is on the declino
, and : will soon b. lost
, unless you do something
for yourself. Our long
experience has rendered
ighly familiar with all th.i
cauaea and effects of Nervous Debility
and we have lifted nn ' ennuirh falhtit
humanity t make an army. Our treat
ment win remove ell the 111 effect of;
your former folly check every drMn" 01 .
your vitalityi Invigorate the entire y
tem, ' clear up the clouded brain anl
quickly restore you to what natur. in
tendeda healthy and hnppy beliig, wttu
phyalcal, mental and Vital forces, com
plete. Avoid free preecrlptlons and tem
porary stimulants. . Seek a lasting cure.
We guarantee a permanent restoration
in from 80 to 80 days. , ; -y. ,
?' Under' out treatment a healthy Hr-n- .
; ition of blood Is .ulckly watHM);. 1.
ou will gain In weight, fei?l i
-aid better in every way. and soon i-.
seas perfect health and vigor, !,"" t
experiment; this is k dlict d!.-- -We
have cure! thonwimls of the r
aggravated ca- without a IikI 1 1
ure or recurrence, and know w can 1
the aame for you.
Call or writ. pa. T. 9. nrac?t 3U
ailssy Bldv fortlaad, Or.