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THE OREGON ' DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. THURSDAY; EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1910,
yern&r'of Ohio Looking To
Iwdrd Presidency Is 64
! Years Old Today
"' FfV Wbus.; Ohio, , Feb. t8. Governor
ii "Harmon, whoks boom, for th.
Wk: ratio presidential nomination ap-
J to bo meeting with much favor
any part of the country, and par-
rly In the south, u receiving a flood
sratulatory . messages today on
caeton of hie 04th birthday anfil-
(ry. Governor Harmon la not dls-
'- '(jUacy, Just now. He expect to be
"it Ijj'fl'dato for reelection to the gov
I Li'llslilp.' ' If he la suo-flssful In the
' i :f(' x tate ( campaign It Is accepted
y presented for the head of the
!at the nest Democ ratio national
, , jiarraons turns aa winner. ,
4, i he basis . of precedent. It. would
t,t'f,)(1t no man in public .lifo today
vateVtand a. much better chance of
t vftlccted ' president than" Governor
'ind'J. Any attiftent of tha presl-
: "form" sheet would certainly
a Ohio, governor as a sura win-
gin with, he Is a Native of Ohio,
state baa furnished more occu-
f the White House than any
tate of the union,. with the single
on 'of Virginia, . which has one
resident to her credit than , has
i. . . .. .
s a lawyer by profession,' as were
nts . Adams,- Jefferson, Madison,
dams, Jackson, Vn Buren, Tyler,
Kinmpre-, nerce,' HOciianan, Lin
Hayes, Garfield. Arthur,' Cleve-
Harrlson, McKinley and TafL
haa served as state governor, as
residents Jefferson. Monroe. Jack-
Van Buren, William Henry Harrl-
liTyier, Folk, Johnson, Hayes, Cleve-
' ti'e Jias the 'benefit of experience ss a
llnet officer, as did Presidents Jeffer
' Jf Madison, Monroe, J.'Q. Adams, Van
T l -en,. Buchanan, Grant and Taft
I ., "OoaJuxV Talk,
'he very name of the Ohld' governor
,i tie for the political prophets to con-
with. He has no middle name.
which Is a distinction ha shares with no
tewer than IS occupants of ths presl
dentlsi chair. Ills name contains tho
letter "a," which occurs In the name of
each president excepting) Tyler's and
Koosevelt s. j
Governor Harmon's name ends with
the .letter "n," which Is ths final sur
name letter of . 10 presidential names.
To make his election absolutely sure all
Governor, Harmon will have ot do is to
Governor Harmon will have to do is to
ter "n " r Th nnlv nraalriffntl
whose nama ended with the letter "n
who failed of election when the name
of ths vice presidential candidate also
ended with ti wss William J. Bryan,
Bryan and Watson, Bryan and Steven
son and Bryan and Kern furnish th
only exception to the rule.
All other presidential candidates
whose surnames ended with the letter
I I MN
overnor Harmon will have to do is to t ...
hose surname also ends with the let- SOUthem OreflOn lOWII WOUlU
t n." f Tha only presidential, candidate . "
Let Voters Decide Normal , ;
School Question. : ;
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' '(Special DUpatch to Tha Journal. I '.. ',
Ashland, Or., Feb. J. The committee
"n," with a vies presidential -candidate I ' i, ,- -e
.nm.m.'.n with th letter club loolt ,nto matter of re-
whose surname' ended with the letter
n" were elected, as Jefferson and Clin
ton. Madison and Clinton, Jackaon and
Calhoun, Jackson and Van Buren, aVa
Calhoun,' JacksOn and Van Buren,. Van
lln, IJncoln and Johnson and Harrison
vlving the state normal school at this
point has not reported, but the mem
bers are eorreaDondtnr ' with UD-State
author! Ups and It Is probable they, will
recommend action .along the' lines
adopted by Monmouth.
The' ' proposition to submit eacn
school separately 'to the people and to
stand or fall by their decision appeals
to tho majority of the people of Ashland.
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1 . ill W
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Friends of the Westori ' Normal
school will cooperate In arfy plan that
MRS. LEDOUX G0EST0
SERVE HER LIFE TERM
Colled PttM Leased Wire.
Stockton. Cat.. "eb. 1. Mrs. Emma
Ledoux. who Dlcaded vullty to the mur
der of A. N. MoVlcar and took a lifo contemplates the establishment of . an
sentence In San Quent,ln rather than adequate normal school system In Ore
...-.- 7- . . gon," said K. C. French, former prln
a :. , ..w " " .k.,,. . clpal at Weston snd now educational
ond trial with a possibility of a director of the Portland T. M. C A. He
ona aeam sentence, was uiaen to prison added
yesterday, accompanied by Sheriff "Eastern Oregon must have a school
Sibley and Mrs, George Shepherd, the because ths young people will never
Jail matron. - come across the mountains to school.
Mrs. Leaoug aecmiea to oe inter- i wl,n we eouti af,Cure from our leg
Viewed : and requested that she be al- uiature the same degree of coenpre
lowed to. go to. prison with as little henslon of a normal school's value aa
notoriety aa .possible, in view or the obtained In Washington, where as
fact that she pleaded guilty and saved much appropriation was mads for the
the county the cost of a Second trial, aupport of one school as for all three
or aooui io,uuu, onerirr eiDiey Kepi I of burs
nis cnargs careruuy secluded from the
newspaper men. .
PLANS HERE SOON
In a letter to Mayor Simon
Ralph Modjeskl. consulting engineer for
the new Broadway bridge, saya the
plana for th big span are almost com
pleted and wlQ arrive in Portland with
in the next few days.
The sutr to establish the validity of
the bridge bonds Is being rushed
through the courts, and Mayor Simon
says everything is being done to hasten
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HERE'S THE PROOF.
Mr. W. II. Hawkins, Frankfort, Kv., R.R. No. 2, writes:
I have used Sloan's Liniment for backache and sciatica with
almost instant relief." :
Mr. J. W, Stewart, 1216 Chapel St., Cincinnati, 0.,
writes: "I had suffered with sciatic rheumatism for 14
months when I began using Sloan's Liniment Ji got relief
at once, and am now entirely well."
is best for lumbago, rheumatism, neuralgia
better than plasters also for sore throat, croup,
sprains, etc- .
Prices, SSe.t 50c, and fl.OO.
WOULD LET VOTERS
Weeton, Or., Feb. t. A mass '
e meeting has been called for Feb-
4 ruary 9 for ther" purpose of tak-
ing action relative to the normal e
S school question. The people are e
strongly in favor of submitting e
the question to the voters of the
SON LOSES CONTEST
(Cnlted Proa's VnmrA Wlro.)
London, Feb. J. Sir John Bigham.
president of the probate court, yesterday f
practically tnrew out or court me ra-
mous Kaokviue peerage case, in which
Ernest Henry Sackvllle-Weet sought to
acquire the title and estates left by
his father, the late Lord Lionel Hack-
vllle-Weet, formerly British ambassador j
at Washington. The title and estates
of the Sackvtlles are now hold by Lionel
Sackville-West, a nephew of the late
ambassador, whose wife is Ernest's sis
ter. Ernest based his claim upon a mar
riage he declared had taken place be
tween Lord Lionel and his mother, Jo
efa Duran, a Spanish dancer.
The- court declared Itself satis
fied that the dancer was the wife of
Antonio De La Dova at the time she '
was reported , to have been married to J
Lord Sackville, and that if the marriage '
was actually performed, it was illegal. !
Letters written by the petitioner him
self were Introduced in the trial by the
defense. One was addressed to his sis
ter. It 'admitted his illegitimacy and
that of the five other children of Jo
sofa, and praised his father for the
way in which he had treated their
The defense .also produced letters
written by Lord Lionel. These, the de
fense asserted, also made it plain that
he had never married the dancer and 1
that th children of ( their union were 1
Illegitimate. - ' I
Sir Lionel was dismissed from his I
post at Washington during Cleveland's
first administration for stating in a let
ter written to a Californlan that' Cleve
land's reelection would be satisfactory
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and we can
ANDERINE is to the hair what fresh (hower
o( rein snd sunshine are to vegetation. It
croes right to the 'roots, invisorstes end
strengthens them. Its exhilarating, stimulating and
life-producing properties csuie the hair to grow
abundantly long, strong snd beautiful. It at
oacs imparts a sparkling brilliancy snd vel
vety softness to the hair, and a few weeks
use will cause new hair to sprout all over the
scalp. Use it every day for s short time,
after which two or three times s week will
be sufficient to complete whatever growth
NEW ORLEANS READY
FOR SPRING CARNIVAL
New Orleans, Feb. 3. New Orleans Is
donning gala attire in anticipation of
the annual Mardl Gras festivities. The
city is rapidly filling with visitors and
from all indications the attendance will
be as large if not larger than in any
The program of festivities this year
will extend over a period of five days
(and will be replete with many new and
interesting features. All of the time
honored carnival features will be re-'
talned, including the arrival and parade
of Rex and his gorgeous retinue, the
I parade and ball of Proteus and the pa- j
rade and ball of Momus. which will
bring the carnival to a close. j
The arrival of Rex. the kine of the i
carnlva1, is always the big event of the
week. It Is customary to elect some
representative citizen of New Orleans I
l.to fill this position, usually a promi
nent business man. For several weeks
! previous to the day set for the reception
of Rex, fictitious wireless messages, j
supposed to be sent from the royal
I yacht, at sea, are received In the city'
and published in the newspapers!. i
When the king of the carnival ar- 1
rives in the city the first of the week
his reception will be attended with
splendid ceremonies. His yacht will te
escorted to the landing place by a naval 1
pageant, and a military escort will be I
furnished to accompany him through jj
the business section to the city hall, i
where the king of the carnival will
formally receive the keys of the city
from the mayor.
A laaV 'rem Si. Paul wrilM ia ub,Uot,
' ' , follvwtt
"When I began uilng Danderlna my balr
would sot coma to my bouldon ana now
it ia sway below my hips."
Aaothw (ram Nawart, N. J.
" I have been aifng Dandertne regularly.
Wbenl flrt tar ted te naelt 1 bad very lit
tle balr, now I bave tba moat beautlfullong
snd iblek hair anyoaa would want to bars."
NOW at all drugIsta in three
lz 25c, 50o and $1.00
per bottle ; ,
Daoderlne enjoys a greater sale thaa
any other one preparation regardless of kind
or brand, aad it has a much greater sale than
all of the other' Sair preparations in the
world combined, r u - -
FREE To how how qtrtckly Diadarlal
sets, we will send a large sam
ple free by return mail to anyone wbo
sends this free coupon to the
KKOWITOR BANOERINE CO., CHICAGO, ILL,
with their name fcnd sddteaa sod 10c
Jo silver or stamps to pay postage. "
Editor and Promoter In Trouble.
Chicago, Feb. 8. Sidney Flowen, onee
Well known as an hypnotic expert and
later as a. promoter, whose financial
schemes in the past brought him Into
conflict with the authorities In Chi
cago. Buffalo and other cities, Is again
in trouble.. Today he was arraigned
before United States -Commissioner
Foots to answer to an indictment re
cently found against him in Nevada,
charging him with fraudulent use of
the mails. Several years, ago Flower
attained . notoriety as the editor and
owner of the New Thought Magaslne.
Recently he has been publishing Gold
field Gossip, a weekly mining journal,
and. was known in Goldfield as Par
meter Kent. The magazine was pub
lished, it is charged, for the' purpose of
exploiting gold mining schemes. . 1 j
In . Memory of William Goebel. !
Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 3, The tenth an.'
hlversary of the death of Governor Wtl-j
Ham Goebel, whose assassination as trie '
result -ot a political feud stirred the en-J,
tire country, was observed today with
Impressive memorial exercises Wat ' ths
Ooebe monument recently erected in the
state cemetery iov this city. t. 4 ;
. Bleached . Mnalln,
Best 100 QuaUty,
So A special for
t tomorrow, a sale
of about 60 bolts
of , full bleached
muslin of excel
comes with a nice.
, soft .finish- and
f it 1 1 . at ln4ies
wide. 0ir regular
,10o grade, priced
for .BacgaUi JTrl
day at .........80
White Lawn, flr.o
. Quality, lBoi.s
tra spttvtali a sale
of fine wtilto lun
comes full to in.
. wide, fine and
sliwrr' m spkniiliii
' material for lit
' runts' tlresties, un
. tlcrmusllns .and
walnm; best i!&ei
limllty, prli'rd for
Bargaia Triday at
Tho Most in Value
The Best in Quality
Be Our 535th Bargain Friday ;
A woncterful buying opportunity. The whole store resplendent with phenomenal values. Inventory un
earthed hundreds of short lengths and odds and ends that must be closed out at once, irrespective of cost
or actual worth and we are most emphatic in saying that these are being sold now for less than they could
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De bought at wholesale. This is a great sale, because the quantity mvoivea is enormous, tne qualities ana
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atyics inc very ucbi, uic pritcs uctiucuiy m your iavur. Aiiciciuic una event, anumu iu wm piuvc ui auautu-
ine interest to all knowing and economical and particular women.
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Unquestioned Quality and, Price Lownoss Form a Combination That Must
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Women's and Children's
Knit Underwear and Hosiery
at Bold Price Reductions
The following special items in women! and children's Knit Underwear and
Hosiery have been selected and priced without regard to cost. Tomorrow will
surely be a record-breaking day in this section. It's a sale of numerous small
lots- "left overs" -from the most successful January sale in our history. We
have marked these for quick riddance at prices never before equaled. For instance:
25c Children's Hose at 10c
A most extraordinary sale of children's fast black, fleece-lined Cotton Stockings,
of good, durable quality. They come in all sizes from 5 to 9 and in lxl and "1 A
2x1 rib, suitable for boys and girls. Regular 25c values, Bargain Friday at AUU
35c Children's Hose at 10c
A great special sale of children's fine black Cashmere Stockings, made with
double heel and toe, of gray color. They come in lxl and 2x1 rib, and in 1
sizes S't and 6. Regular 35c quality, closing-out price Bargain Friday at x71
Vests, and Pants for Children 25o
Regular 40c. and 50c Grades A very important sale of misses' and
children's fine peeler cotton, fleece-lined Vests and Pants, in all
sizes from 18 to 34; good, reliable quality underwear that has
sold regularly at 40c and 50c a garment, closing-out price
for Bargain Friday at -Ul
Women's Hose, Best 2O9 Grade lOe
The last opportunity this season to purchase women's fleece-lined
Stockings at half price. They are made of fast black cotton, with
full seamless leg and foot, and come in all sizes, best A)c "1 jl
grade, closing-out price for Bargain Friday xUU
Women's Vests. 75p Values at 35o
This lot consists of women's fine gray wool pleated Vests, in all v.
sizes; well finished, good fitting garments of seasonable.. weight,..;
that have sold all season at 75c, Closing-out price for OKp
Bargain Friday only Otlv
Vests and Pants, 31.00 Values 60o
Women's fine -white wool Vests and Pants, in allizes. The Vest
are hand-trimmed with silk, and the Pants are finished with eques
trian too: fine hih-erade earments. Sold resrularly at ?fs :"
$1.00, closing-out price for Bargain Friday at.l .......vvy
T"TfV 1 J'ai TI m m Tt mmmml at a TI msA
women sJi asJaiomaoi suits jlo
Rarely will you find garments of such good qualities as these. The latest in style, perfection in workmanship and superior excellence
in quality of material. Medium and three-quarter length Tailored Coats and new styles of pleated Skirts; plain or striped (PI T fA
serges, and worsted suitings, in black, navy, gray, green, tan and raisin. Regular $25.00 Suits, Bargain Friday at. . P LOJJ
You will find them possessed of all the good features of an ideal
rainy-weather coat. Stylish in appearance and positively proof
against the rain. They are made of a superior quality rubberized
taffeta, in solid-and two-color effects; black, blue, brown, (1JO Ffj
gray and green. Regular $12.50 Coats, Bargain Friday vO.UU
Full Length Cheviot Coats $7.50
One of the very newest coat styles. w full length; semi-fitted Coat
of extra quality cheviot coating. They come in two shades of
Diues and several mixtures. Coats that sell regularly tT Cfl
for $12.50, specially priced for Bargain Friday at.
Voile Skirts at S5.00 -:
Several of the very latest pretty pleated effects. Some are plain,,"
while others are finished with satin or taffeta bands. Material
is a fine grade of hard-twisted black voile. Regular OK flfl '
$7.50 Skirts, specially priced for Bargain Friday at..... VtlsvlU '
Two Petticoat Specials
A Petticoat of good quality, well wearing silk taffeta, in black,
blue, brown, tan, gray and numerous other dark and light colors;
plain deep flounces and other finished with straps and fl0 Qfl,
corded, underlay with dust ruffle. Regular $5.50 values tPO.aU .
This one of good grade moreen; deep flounce, finished with six
straps and underlay of same material. A petticoat tor r7r7
service. Regular price $1.00, Bargain Friday at '.
Best Embroidery Bargains olld in the City
Ask any woman who saw our Embroidery bargains the past week what she thinks of them.
Here they are again for Bargain Friday, with prices still lower. Values are simply remarkable
half and less than half regular.
Allover Embroideries at 59c
A great special offering for Bargain Friday of 20,000 yards of Allover Embroidery, made of good
quality swiss, nainsook and Hamburg, in hundreds of beautiful patterns, in both blind and open
work. They are shown in handsome patterns from the dainty plain to elaborate scroll effects.
These Embroideries are suitable for waists and yokes and are good values to $1.25. Spe- CQ
cially priced for Bargain Friday at fJs1
All Embroidery Remnants at one-half marked price.
x Embroidery Sets Low Priced
A sale of over 50,000 yards of matched sets of Embroidery, suitable for combination suits or
dresses. They are shown in three widths of edges and two widths of insertion, all to match.
Ihese special values for tomorrow:
IY to 4-in. Insertions, values to 65c, special 23? I 10 to 18-tn. Flouncings, values to 85c. spel, 33
4 to 12-inch Edges, values to 60c, special. .23? 4 to 8-in. Insertions, values to 85c, special, 33?
Allover Embroideries at 55c
A choice offering of 24-inch Allover Embroidery, suitable for
waists, yokes and entire dresses; beautiful designs, embroidered
on swiss or nainsook; hundreds of pretty patterns to choose PC
from. .Values to $1.25 yard, special at. .. .. . .i UUv
18-inch Corset Cover Embroidery, values to 45c, at 23?
2 7 -In oh Flouncing Only 48o
A choice offering of 27-inch Flouncing, shown in hundreds of
choice patterns in eyelet, blind and scroll designs, worked on fine
swiss and lawn. This Embroidery is very popular for. shirtwaist
suits, children s or infants dresses. I he workmanship is of AO
the very best. Regular $1.50 values,
In the Men's Section Less Than Half
Price Is the Rule
From the way our January sales broke all past records, it is evident that the men appreciate bargains.
We intend to make for February a still greater record. Tomorrow we will offer values that cannot be
duplicated in the city. Shop around if you prefer; comparison will only make these bargains stand out '
stronger: ' " , ' . . '
Men's Dress Shirts, Best 51.50 Values 01.15
A line of men's fine Dress Shirts, made coat style, with pleated bosom and cuffs -attached. . They come
with white ground with small plain and fancy black stripes. The best regular $1.50 values, ?1 "f fZ
specially priced for this great Friday Bargain sale at . . ... , OX.Xll
Men's $2.25 Blue Flannel Shirts, all wool, spTfl.98 Men's $2.75 Blue Flannel Shirts, all wool, spl 92.3ft
Men's $2.50 Blue Flannel Shirts, all wool, spl f 2.19 Men's $3.00 Blue Flannel Shirt), all wool, spl $2.-!0
Best 2 5o Men's Half Hose at 19b
A special offering of men's fancy Half Hose,shown in small lots
o broken lines. " These are real bargains. Priced , to close "I Q
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out the" lot. Bargain Friday,, at.
Best 01.00 Men's Underwear 8 5 o
A fine assortment of men's Underwear--Wright's sanitary fleered
Miirts and jJrawers, that ,se!I regularly at fl.uu. per jar-
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ment. Priced for Bargain Fridajj at.