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run orixon daily journal, Portland.' Thursday evening. February 3, mo.
l SOUTH MiilS
i - ,
his. Is One Reason Northern
jy 'Part of County Favors An
yWxation to Multnomah.'
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the Clackamas county tax
, f y f6r the sole benefit of th south-
Vg I Jlftir or ino ciram; viiaigvu ujr
.ifr. Dowty of, Barton, In a statement
lrp' i'or 18 years our roads In tha nor-i-
' ' third of tha county have not been
(J , ' i I, although wa pay one third of
14,000 taxes received last yefcr
s f ', id Clackamas county treasurer,"
, 1 l ured Mr. Dowty, .
Y' J Southern "fart Frospsrons.
i 'hir la no richer section of - tha
'g i My than ours, yet our roada become
, . ;mnahle and our interests are neg-
unable to ret any .p-
the county runa-
' J 'irnU d bin-aiise, fo
! F'f -t Ivbsolutely una
iLk ...... 1 ktl.n An fit
t. (i . . HttlA tmnrnvement ai hu been liona .then to Jnove the County Seat
: "i li has been paid for out of our
' ilti' ''PWiwi in in mo muuirm
ia rnunlv th an able to build
costing up Into the hundreds of
tnds of dollars. . -
negloct of our . Interests . by
amas county ' authorities constl-
ouf greatest 'reason, for, wanting
irtoern third of the county sliced
off Clackamas and edilcd to Multno
mah. We want good roads and wo
want representation. We want to be
come a jmrt of a proKreimlvo county
and have the metropolis of the state
as our county Sf-at.
"Having Oregon City as a county
srnt Is little better than having no
county aat at all. It furnishes us no
markc-t at all. We can sell none of our
farm products there. In the first place,
wo cannot get across the hills to Ore
gon Clly; In the second plnce, we can
not sell anythlnr. In -Oregon City even
If we do get there. - It is sll down
grade to Portland end here we find
our only market. Wa think we ahould
become part of the county of which
we are naturally a part; that we should
iM in tha aunnort of the county that
contributes most to our support."
TJrre Special Elections.
' Mr. Dowty stated that one purpose
n h. .nn.ntlon meeting to be held
this evening at Oak Grove will be to
put In form plans for a special elec
tion In Multnomah and Clackamas coun
ties. The people of Multnomah' will be
asked to vote on the proposition to
annex the northern third or i-iacKa-mas
county and the people of Clacka
n.o. nili ha asked to permit the with
drawal of the discontented section. For
this reason the people or DOtn Aiuuno
mah and Clackamas counties will be
largely represented at tonight's Oak
Grove meeting. - Many of the voters In
. h .nnihrn half at Clackamas county
are In favor of the division, as they
hope .then to Jnove tne county eai
Ornnn fltv to ' Canbv. ' Which Is
on a railroad and much nearer the cen
ter of the reformed county. '
"We of northern Clackamas have tad
no representation sine Judge' Hays'
time," declared Mr. Ddwty. ' "Probably
the ' Idea of being annexed to Multno
mah crrnu nut nt m. fnrmar nlan to with-
draw from .Uiacgamas. couniy ua w
VISIT OUR .
PURE PORK SAUSAGE
Tli Prtlittnhia TlranH Hams. T?acon: ;i
Lard, Pork Sausage arc all backed by
.,11. S. Government Inspection and bear the
' "..Inspector's Stamp, which stands fpr ',
WHOLESOMENESS AND PURITY '
. Patronize Home Industry, ; ' '
, , , ;' ; Pioneer Packers of the Pacific
Fl TREE TEA '
m; V' '.;
NOW BEING DEMONSTRATED r
Pure Food Show
Awarded Gold and Silver Medals Lewis and. Clark
I . . 1905, Gold Medals A.-Y.-P. 1&09
i VV UU U.o -j
f o -m:' iL jl
fi n .' i, I
rji J DEMONSTRATION OF , I
' H s Oiiaker Oats i Puffed Rice I
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1 1 f j ;f ft iiwai YJ.aaiii.ig all ; iuuuuiiv iuuiv tut:
0 ' ih rriihit nf I Jl I A IV T Jv I IAS
g(inli a now county. Hut we think
tlie new plan so much better than the
old tliAt the organisation of a new
county will not ho ronsidored longer."
QUICK ACTION SAVES ,
CHILD FROM FLAMES
(Unltod Priws tjri Wlro.t
Sacramento, Cal.. .Feb. S. Wreathed
In flam os which threatened her life and
gave rise to a small panic amonc the
children of the Second grade at the
Marshall primary school, Ituth Murray,
7 years of age and the daughter of Ed
ward A. Murray of 2612 H street, ran
creaming down the corridor. To the
courage of Llod Hull, a classmate, who
ran aftr her and checked her flight,
and to the presence of mind of Miss
Dougherty, the principal, . whose hands
were burned In her frentlc efforts to
smother the fire, the child owes her es
cape from serious Injury or death. .
Bhe stood before a small grate fire In
V(l Van Vt'mUnn'm wli.n lh hlRI6
suddenly Ignited her dress., An the flrri
sprang upward toward her s race nun
with wild screams started down, the cor
ridor. Her progress fanned the flames
and sha was In, the gravest peril, when
young Hull ."caught and held her until
Miss Dougherty and Miss Motchen, an
other teacher, reached , her , side and
promptly beat out the blaxe with ' her
hands. :: '.. i - .' ;..'
RAILROAD. PARTS WITH
(Catted Preen Leu'wl Wlni.1
New York. Feb. J-Wall street today
credits the truth of a rumor that the
Southern Pacific railway and the Har
rlman estate have sold their holdings In
the Wells-Fargo Express company,
"GLAD" HAND GOES
. TO EASTERN MEFI
Lumber Dealers Send Out 7000
. Pamphlets Setting ' Forth
: Oregon's Resources.
The Oregon A ' Washington Lumber
Manufacturers association Is doing a
great deal, of publicity work for the
purpose of exploiting the stats of Ore
gon and encouraging the development of
this commonwealth In every way possi
ble. -.. . ; ' ''.
Although primarily a trade organisa
tion, seeking the betterment of the lum
ber Industry, the association Is contin
ually, sending out literature1 setting
forth the advantages of the state and
the opportunities for development. .
"We realise that It Is not only a priv
ilege and duty to bring settlers Into the
state." said Secretary A. B. Westell this
morning, "but thereby Improved ave
nues for marketing lumber are brought
about.' .. ' .'
"The efforts of new members of the
association as a whole In market exten
sion work through exploitation and ad
vertising festures also operates to keep
the state of Oregon i: to the front, and
much has been accomplished In this di
rection during the past two years.
"The latest example of the effort to
advertlae the resources of the state la
Indicated by the forwarding today to
7000 retailers throughout the United
Htat. e of the pamphlet showing colonist
rats from- the rast to Oregon, with a
giincral statement of Orion's resource
and the opportunities that await the
settler. These pamphlets were fur
nished by the Portland Commercial club
In response to our offer to mall them.
"We are also distributing a directory
of the membership of the Oregon &
Washington Lumber Manufacturers as
sociation and the Southwestern Wash
ington Lumber Manufacturers, associa
tion, which was also mailed to 7000 re
tailers In conjunction with the pamph
OREGON TRAIL BILL
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United PrM Leiie irie '
Washington. Feb. . I.- Th old Oregon
trail from th Missouri river to Puget
sound will be suitably marked , by the
government if a bill introduced by Sena
tor. Piles providing for-the erection, of
markers is passed. - The measure pro
vides for an appropriation of $60,000 and
the sppolntment of a commissioner to
supervise the work. Any expense over
the appropriation is to be met by private
contributions, s ;., , 5 ; -., Iv
ASSAILS STEEL TRUST
(fW1l rip to The Jonrnl.
Washington, Feb. S.A bitter ex
coriation of the United States Steel cor
poration l)y Samuel Qompers, president
of th American Federation of Labor,
Is one of the leading features of the
February edition f -Th Federatlonlst
Oompers attacks th great steel con
cern with various arguments ana aweiie
T ';: :,:. 5 X .l-,r'iy. ' -rat-.; '"r mmm
Bectlon of exhibits la Meier & Frank's store.. V j
LUU'LrLr.rjijtarLririj'Lrij-.rrr.'.ri - ...--.-------
people have already vis
ited the Pure Food Show
at The Meier Frank
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Store. If you haven'tbeen there, go at once Every
body invited. See the exhibits and visit the original
Curtiss flying machine purchased by Henry Wemme
FoMowing Is the List ot Exhibitors
KINGSBURY'S PRESERVES Made of sound MRS. PORTER'S SALAD DRESSING A Salad
. fndts and pure sugar. Jams, Jellies, Preserves, Dressing made without oiL
Marmalades and all the things that can be made
from high-grade, fruits by a first-cla'sa concern. ,, VEGETABLE FOOD COMPANY Good-Taste
- - - - Pies. (Peanut Butter and Sanitarium Foods.)
ALBERS BROS. MILLING COMPANY A booth ;
showing the famous Violet Oats and other cereal CLOSSET & DEVERS Golden West Teas, Cof-
v products of the Albers Bros. mills.
CALIFORNIA FRUIT CANNERS ASSOCIA
TION Exhibiting the famous "Dei Monte?
Canned Goods in great variety.
PORTLAND GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY"
A demonstration of Electric Cooking and Halt-
fees, Spices, Baking Powders, etc.
N. K. FAIRBANKS & CO. Cottolene, the vege
table product shortening.
NATURAL FOOD COMPANY The famous
Shredded Wheat Biscuit. See how they are made.
ine Utensils and all the most modern kitchen and cTANnAPn'mTSCTTrrv rnmrPAfiv xmA
housekeeping helps. , goda Biscuits.'
WILLAMETTE VALLEY CONDENSED MILK crESCENT MANUFACTURING COMPANY
CO. Buttercup Brand Condensed Milk. Tastes Mapieine and Crescent Baking Powder. Try a
better than fresh milk. ' .- BiBcuit at this booth. . ,
' PiNAHL. Bmd ' UNION MEAT COMPANY Columbia Hams and
t iVU4 f " """""" . ww Bacon, Fure fork sausage.
WADxM? CO-Wadco specialties and "DIa- BEATSOL The greatest cleanser ever known.
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT COMPANY Swas
tika Brand Biscuits, Crackers and Goodies.
HICKORY BARK Whose medicinal properties
1 are well known.
PACIFIC .V COAST SYRUP COMPANY Pure- EGG-O-SEE Demonstration of ' this v muchly ad
Food Syrups, Tea Garden Drips.
vertised breakfast food.
COLUMBIA " MILLING COMPANY Columbia , GLOBE ORANGE GROWERS A large exhibit
. Rolled Oats, Columbia Flour, etc.
of lusdoua oranges. ,
DWIGHT -EDWARDS COMPANY Dependable . QUAKER OATS Demonstration of this pure food
Brand Teas, Coffees, Spices, Baking Powders, etc. breakfast food. - ; "
ALLEN ft LEWIS-Perfection Brand' Canned MORGAN ft ALLENS Universal Food Choppers
Goods and Groceries,' Koffo-No, etc . . .. .on display. - s . '
MONTEREY MANUFACTURING COMPANY MONOPOLE GOODS Large exhibit r- by Wad-
Crescent Brand Sardines (soused, tomatoes or I ;v bams ft Kerr Bros. 4
mustard). " " " -''.''."-' , J ' '" - . ' -
' HOLLY MILK Demonstration of Holly . Milk. V
' COLEDYKE BAKING POWDER COMPANY - 1
,, Good things to eat made with Coledyke Baking ' SMITH ft WRIGHTS Pure Food Candies, on sale t
Powder " at retail in the -Pure-Pood Show.
SHASTA MINERAL WATER COMPANY Ex
hibit of. Soda Waters, etc. ; "" ,
MEIER ft FRANK'S - French Pastry exhibit, v im-
ported novelties in kitchen goods. '
M. J BRANDENSTEIN ft CO. M. J. B. Coffee FIXIT MANUFACTURING ' COMPANY Show
and the famous Tree Tea. ' ing the possibilities of Fixit for mending purposes.
particularly upon the allegation that It
Is far orer-capltallxcd. lie scores the
0 called profit sharing scheme and says
the organliatlon should be given imme
diate attention by the government.
. The article crystallises th complaint
against the steel corporation which re
sulted from a recent labor conference In
Pittsburg and which was presented to
President Tift by, representatives of
organised labor who called at th Wilt
House. " ,
63 LIVES LOST IN
ICnlted PrM Uatr4 Wlre.l ' ' :.
Mexico City. Feb. J. According to es
tlmates mad today, CS miners lost their
lives and between 30 and 40 were seri
ously. Injured by th explosion that
wrecked the Paulau mln at Los Esper
ansa lat yesterday. '.."','
Fifty-two bodles hav been recovered
from th. third level of shaft No. S,
where the explosion occurred. Rescuers
today are exploring th lower levels,
wher it 1 feared other bodie may be
fOUD4. m ' ; ;!) ., 5 , j
A SIMPLE HOME REMEDY'
Th Hew Remedy, Balgrene, for Bhen
matls and Kldaey Tronble, Sally
Orowlng Xor Popular. :f
' Olive oil Is an old and tested remedy
for almost all kind and all classes of
dlseaaes. ' Salgrene mixed . with four
ounce of olive oil make an Invaluable
remedy for lumbago, kidney trouble and
rheumatism. ' It la especially - recom
mended In cases of kidney trouble, as
It contains absolutely no alchohol, alco
hol being irritant to th kidneys. Full
directions will be found on bottle.
Carloads of proiilo Journeyed ts v'v .
f)l Crest list night for a look at -C n. t
A-I910." Many of them were ut! '!
being able to easily locate the vlt i
of the sky by the eld of the iiKrKni
Its relative position published in Tl
Journal yesterday afternoon.
The - comet became visible at C
o'clock, and dipped below the horizon
7:15. being brightest at 1 p. n. It U
gradually growing dimmer as the
psss, and although it will be vlxlblo f li
nearly a week yet, each succeeding J 1
makes If harder to dlacover and outHn. .
Th tail seems to be growing longer
the position of th comet changes. mri
of It being visible last night than for
merly. ; v.. '
, Reports have come from different
parts of the city of having seen ti
comet, ' and interest in the phmionu in'u
is on the Increase, especially becauwe rf
the clear sky. , Last night, however.
slight hase along th horizon line nit
off ths vlew, or marred It, , shortening
the time that the comet was visible.
' Fishermen's Corpses Cast Vp.
Copenhagen, Feb. 3. The bodies of C
fishermen who lost their lives In tM
terrific gales which hav been sweepln ;
th. Norwegian coast have already ! -i
washed ashore. Nine fishing smnrKs.
which carried at least 40 men, are still
missing; and it Is feared they have gonn
down. All shipping along the coaet U
Interrupted and, maritime business Is st
GO OD T HINGS TO EAT
. .. ., '. :.. , AT THE ' ; V
Baking Powder Lxhibit
POSITIVELY pure and health
ful.' The highest grade bak
ing powder on the market.
. Manufactured in Portland. Cakes
baked with this powder- will raise '
hiRher, are lighter in grain and
will keep fresh fully three days ,
longer than if baked with other
powders. Money cannot buy any
better material than we are putting
into our cans. We justly claim to
have the purest and highest class
baking powder on the market today. Oir Coledyke
goes out with a very strong guarantee, and if the '
quality is what we claim it is, our powder is deserv-,
ing of your. support, as ours is a home industry.
Price for . one pound can, 35c. For sale at all "gro
cers. . .-, ; ' ... . .
Coledyke Baking Powder Co.,
PURVEYORS TO THE GOVERNMENT '
, '395 N. Eighteenth St., Portland, Or. Phone' A-3372; Main 5343.
For a Better
Is Just Right
YOU WILL SEE , : iLLlillH '
j 11 '
DISPLAYED AND COOKED
AT THE PURE FOOD SHOW , ,
C a 1 1, See and Taste Them Nothing N!r
Columbia Milling Co.
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