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rushed to her patient's aide but waa
unable to save her.
Hubert Hayed, 70 year old, waa found
unronnclouM In- ttie enow in Ms front
yard. He liad escaped from the houen,
but sustained burps that: will probably
tlon of Chkaco on the occasion of the
thirty-first triennial conclave of the
HOLDUPS CLEAN OUT ,
: A MONTANA TOWN
- 1 f " - ' UK II- - , ' ' !
, - ,(t'hlt4 fr Leased Wlre.l
Hutte, M-.nt.. Fb. 11. Handlts looted
the town of Divide late laat night, ac
cording te a message received hers to
Walla today. The first day. Wednes
day, wss arlVen to Prescott and yes-
DEATH ROLL OF
, THE NORTHWEST
Knights Templar of the world are be
terCay th sosalnn was held at Touch)!.
The convention Is being held under the
supervision of Kev. C. J. Boppell of
ing worked out under the direction of a
local eommltte. The connlave Is to be
held during the second x4ek of. August.
"Dokane. ceneral secretary of the In
ftrnlHd Vrvm iA Wlra
Tylertown, MUs, Fii. II. bought m
the i slayer of hla se(htar(, ln
Wajker, and her father. Hylvetr V''r.
den Is being pursued by a ixmae uitlr
orders to take him tla.d or alive. Hrar.
don't alleced also ttf have olubheil (w
children of Walker ma that their death
I expected momentarily.
, According to th bist Inforn-iatlon
obtainable Bearden visited the Watkr
horn laat night , to pay court to Inn.
Th girl's father, apparently objecting
to BMirden' sttentlons, - ordered ' thi
Over' ISO.Ov will be expended for decor.
land Empire Sunday fi- liool foctBtton,
and R:bert Carey, preaident of 'the coun
. The Jlcv. T. P. Hayne.
v ' (Stwlal DUpatrb to Tbe Jonrset-t '
Lebanon, Or., Feb. 11. The Her, T.
atlon and Illumination purposes. Alone,
and every hotel In the city has been
OULAHAN SUCCEEDS " '
LAFFAN ON THE SUN
(Vnltei Tea Umd Wire.)
Washington, Fb. 11. -Richard Victor
Oulahan, who baa been at' the head of
day, and obtained 1600 In cash and a
considerable amount In stamps and Jewi
elry. ; , . . ; '
There were two men In the holdup
and both were masked. They entered
the postofflce, blew open the safe and
stole its contents. . They broke open the
general Store and took everything - of
value that could be quickly changed
into coin.- The thogs then went ta the
Divide hotel,, held up the night clerk
ty association. ,,' " . j
engaged to the limit for the accommo
P. Haynes of this city died at the par
dation of the 100,000 members, who will
come from all parts of the country with
Poison HI Motherj Confesses. :
rrjoftod Prrta V4 W!r. "
"Lo -Angele-, Feb. 11. UnrepenUnt
and tearless, John HasmUahet, an 11-year-old
boy who Is In Jail here charged
with attempting to poison hie mother,
confessed to th authorities that he
poured formaldehyde Into hi mother
coffee because he wss Jealous of Wil
liam Williamson, a- farm hand, whom
hismother employed. Th youth, ap
parently doe not car what action may
be taken In Ma cas by the Authorities.
' Albany Coupl Wed.
' Albany, Or.. Feb,.. : 11. Yesterday
afternoon at the horn of the bride's
parent In Albany Bert Steven and Miss
Vera Woodworth were married. They
are prominent ,In Albany, , Mr. Stevens
Is th son of W. B. Stevens, th dry
goods merchant, and Miss Woodworth is
the daughter of D. O. Woodworth, th
son of the Metbodlst Kplscopal
Invalid of 63 Perishes and Her
Church, Pouth. last Sunday rlirht of
their famlllea. , , . '
unt-unibnJa. He was about 0 yesrs old
ftursc With Her Old Man
Badly Burned May Die.
and was a native of KentncVy. He hail
; Cyrus V. Thorn.
, (Special t(mteb to Tbe Joernal.) '
Forest Drove. Or., Feb. 11. Cyrus
been pastor of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, for the past 85 years,
the Washington bureau of the New
Tork 8un alnce H04, was transferred to
coming to Oregon In 18S0, He was mar
jvew yorK toflay rollowln the an
ried tn Boise valley, Idaho, tn 17. to
Miss Cora Langton. . Eleven children
were born and seven are now living.
They are: Mrs. C W. Estes, Bolllng
ham, Wash.; Mrs. Jessie Webb. Union,
Or.; O. 8. Haynes, St. Johns, Or.; Mrs.
W. D. Pufc-h. Baleni, Or.; Thornton. Ross
and Verda Haypes of Lebanon, Or., all
of whom, with the widow, were pres
ent at the funeral. . 1 '
Mr. Haynes was a member of the I.
O. .0.. V. and A. O. U. W. i '
' Chicago Prepare for Templar. .
Chicago, Feb. 11. Extensive arrange
V. Thomas, sged 0 years, died at his
nouncement of hla election to the of
floe of publisher of the Sun. ' This
young man to leave the house.
' Instead of complying, Besrden sr-lz.vt
a shotgun and is' said to havs shot
the father deail. . He then ran amuck,
according to th police, killed Ines end
clubbed the children with the butt ot
the ahotgun. ... .
home In this city yesterday, Mr. Thomas
waa born In Iowa July II, 1856. He
and secured a small sum of s money.
(Uoiue PrMW LmhI Wirt.) .
Chsrdop, Ohio, Feb. Ui--Two aged wo
men lost their-live and th husband
of one of them waa probably fatally
burned In fir that destroyed their
horn her early today.. '
Mrs, Nancy Ilayes an Invalid, waa
1 trapped In an upper room. She waa 69
year of as. ; ;
Her, nurse, Mra. Jamea Corart, 60
year old, ... waa In an adjoining room
whon ' the fire, waa discovered. Bh
change is the reault of the reorganisa
After terrifying the inhabitant: the
removed to Nebraska when a young
man, and came to Oregon five years
tion of the . Sun mannsement following
outlawa rode from the town. . A posse
started In pursuit shortly afterward:
the recent death of William M. Laffan,
who was editor and general chief of
ago. He waa a farmer by occupation,
and Is survived by bis widow and three
children. Funeral services were held
today. Rev. E, V. Stivers, pastor of the
Christian church, officiating, with In
terment In Forest View cemeteYy. ,
Divide is 10 miles from her and the
tbe concern.- t i . :
Butte authorities are preparing to Join
In the hunt If th bandit bead this
Oulahan entered the newspaper busi
ness tn 111(1, when he was employed on
the Washington Crltla He later be
way. -5 - ----..,.
To Standardize? San Joaqnln Fruit.
Sacramento, Cel.. Feb. 11. Stat Com
came news editor and assistant editor
of the Roanoke. Va.. Dally Telerram.
missioner of Horticulture Jeffrey - will
preside st a meeting of fruit growers
to be held 'st Lodl Friday sfternoon.
Standardisation of fruit raised in 8n
and served. In various newspaper capa
cities. He Joined the Washington ataff
of the Sun in 1197. becoming chief of
the bureau June 18.' 194. . ,
Journal' pioture coupons are appear
Walla. Walla. Wash . Pah 1 1
ing on page t every day. The first one
Ins? the three AaVS' Stinrfaw anhnnl rail
was printed Monday. Don't fall to eut
that has been held In the county thla
weak, the session Is being held in Walla
Joaquin valley will be th subject under
ments for the decoration and lUujulna-
them out "
-THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11. 1010.
BURNED TO DEAT I
Store Opert Saturday EveningoUntll 9;3Q Royal Worceotcr, Hoifrd Lace Front and WarncrCorsctG
W "S S L. SJ W W . H M.M. . - jm. W 3B W St M. S) " ' ' W m ' m ' ' ' m '' . ' ' - .. j T
sUciuiuLt r-aijiiitjcjijji'Aitii rauernswArnom p iniania wear tcienarciQon JLiinens Lippey um uiaso, n;ic.
lie '(EiiMeiPv MsW
EmUfiFe SttoeJk .jKiltcIhieiTi (Gbodls, Cttilriia, Glassware jRedlMcedl
sr . iv- ev . a.
Regular" : ac'Ruchirig sl 16c
6 to 9:30 tomorrow night, finilual
jty tourists Ruching n 6-yard pieces,
all nicely boxed; our-regular stock
value at. 25c, a box, on special "t(lg
sale at the very low price of XUi
Great-Sale of Spring Waists
$3.50 lvalues-at $U9 Each
! to; 9:$0 .i tomorrow. night the Gar
ment; Store ofiers lot of new Spring
Waist, just received from par, buyer
who js; nw in ithe New Yor.k Jparket.
The line comprises lingerie and tail-,
orediwaistsma'de in a large assort-"
ment of pleasing styles; materials are
lawns anil linens; regular values to
$3.50; crr-'.special sale - at ,11 OQ
this .low! evening price, ea.vAOi7
Sale Women's Silk Jerseys
ClitldrenQ Day-Shoe Sale
All day tomorrow the Shoe Store will sell children's Shoes at a great
sacrifice.- Girls' school shoes, made of dongola kid, blucher cut, patent
tip, good weight soles, fast color eyelets. This line in all sites, 5 to 8,
$1.19. and 8tf to 2, at $1.49. To this line we add 600 pairs from broken
lines; regular values up to $275, special sizes 5 to 8, Jor Of AQ
$1.19; siaes,8j4 to 2, on special sale at low price of, the pair vJ-lts7
Children' Day-Coat Sale
$12.50 Values at $5.75 Each
6 to 9:30 Saturday1' night we will sell
women's Silk Jerseys, your choice of
our ventire stocR; plain ano. fancy
trimmed styles,? in navy and "blacky
regular $18.50 yalues,' for $7.95 J regti-lar-$20.00
value for $8.45, OS Ijr
and $12.50 values for', each PI I O
Reg. l5c ?Ruchirig1' 9c 'Piece
6 to S:30. ; Spend the evening In our y
store. I hree-yard cut of tourists'
Ruching, neatly pack-ecr in a box; the
best regular lie quality, at this
special evening price,' the piece L
Reg.! 25c Neckwear 5c Each
6 to 9:30 tomorrow night, a great.sale
of fancy Weckwear, stocks, collars, ia
bots, plain and embroidered collars
best regular values up to 25c, on pT-,
sale at this special evening price Vv
White Aprons at -27c Each
6 to 18 Years
Saturday (Cnildren's, Day)
a great clearance sale of all
our Children's and Misses'
Coats Ages 6 to 18 years
All are nicely tailored
This season's best styles-
Materials are cheviots,
serges, broadcloths and
fancy mixturesRange of
colors is almost complete
Red;7 gray, blue, brown,
tan, green and fancy plaids
Every garment m this
nil ii . T i I.
stock to be placed on sale
tomorrow at ONE HALF
Any Wool Coat Hall Price
Tomorrow, the great combination bargain event Rummage clearance
sales all over the store. ' Kitchen Goods sales, etc., 3d floor, afternoon
and evening, special from all departments. The second floor Lhil
dren's Store offers for all day any child's Wool Coat in the depart
ment at half price. Ages from 2 to 6 years: recrular values from $1.85
to $13.50, on sale at bait regular selling prices ONE-HALF PRICE
All Day Sale
SlOlOO Values for S4.79
6 'to 9:30, tomorrow night, we offer
ladies' white lawn Waiters 'Aprons,
made with, preteiies . or, plain; straps
over toe shoulders, on .special rjg
Sab at ' this low price, each i I C
$1.00 Food Choppers for 65c
6 to 9:30 tomorrow night, we offer
Universal Food Choppers earns Its
cost every month. Our regular $1.00
values,, on special sale at tma, C
very- low evening price, .each UJv
Souvenir Plates at 25c Each
6, to 9:30 tomorrow vening tbe Crock
ery Store offers a lot of Lewis and
Clark and Alaska - Yukon Souvenir
Plates; best regular 50c values, OC
on sale at this special price, ea. -) 1
Couch Covers at $1.95 Each
6 to 9:30 tomorrow; a great clearance
of Couch Covers in Oriental designs;
,sizes 60 by 108 inches; our best reg
ular ,J.5U values, special cl Qpr
low evening price, at, each vXeitl
Sale of Women's Underwear
$3.00 Value for Only $1.48
6 to 9:30 tomorrow, ladies' fine silk
lisle and silk and wool Tights; colors,
cream, pink and skji only; a full Hne
of sizes; our' regular Stock values to
$3.00, on special sale at Q"j AQ
this low evening price, pair$eriO
Oh Sale From 2 to 6 PM.
New S p r 1 n o W aisto
S7 Values Special G3.7g
2 to'6 p. 'm, tomorrow,, an extra special sale'of 200 "new fancy Waists,
made of -eXtrr quahty taffeta silk. They have the new bishop sleeves.
Some are In'mined in lace, designed in pleasing effects; others trimmed
with buttons. . The .colors are light blue, pink, white, green, lavender,
black and many new shades, among which are changeable OO
c61ors. " Regular values up to $7.00 on special sale at, each Pte I tl
A General Clean - Up of
65c Ribbons at 25c Yard
2sto .6 p. m., a general four hours!, clean-up sale of the. Ribbon Depart.
ment." ' rlam taffetas, satm taffetas, stripes, dark dresdens,' striped mes
saliues arid checks; a great variety of colors and patterns, embracing
almost every want for ordinaryuse,-, AU good values up to OK
6Sc- a yard, on special sale. at the very low price of. the yard
Cotton ; Fleece Olanketo
ii inn r. i ii iiii.ii.i,, in.. 1. 1. i, i ii ..Hi I i n , .
75c Values 1op 57c a PalP
2 to 6 p. wu, 'Our Saturday sales are growing in popularity, because we
show what we advertise, and it is a little better, as a rule, than the cus
tomer experts." Here's Cotton Fleece 'Blankets in fawn color bodv:
.lt. J. U--.. -. I . ,i
wilu aasui lcu tuiur uuruci b. uui icui.r values anu kTQOQ SCH- Cr7
exs at 75c pair, on special sale at the wonderfully low price, pair tl I C
Women's Combination Suits
Men's $5.00 Shoes $1.00 Pair
6 to 9:30 tomorrow night the bargain
gates will open to thousands of thrifty
people. Here's 600 pairs odds and
ends, black and tan Shoes, for men,
all narrow widths, but all lengths:
best regular values to $5.00, 01 fin
on special sale ah the. pair P Asvl v
Women's Shoes $2.49 a Pair
6 to 9:30 D. m. Shop in the evening.
'Tell your neighbors about these Sat
urday sales; 7UU pairs women s Mioes;
values fip to $o.U0 the pair, QPO Jfl
special evening price, pairV"'
15c Val. Lace at 5c a Yard
6 to 9:30 tomorrow night the Lace
Store offers Valenciennes and ma
chine-made torchon laces, edges and
insertions, 1 to 2Yi inches wide; efA
values no to 15c a vard. special
Milliners' Flowers Half Off
6 to 9:30.
a large assortment of kinds; offered
at half price, from 6 to 9:30 HALF
$1.25 Caps for Only '9c Each
6 to 9:30 tomorrow night the Millin
ery Store offers a lot of children's
Caps; regular values up to $1.25, Q.
the snecial evtninir orice. each aVf
$1.25 Tea Kettles 85c Each
to 9:30, tomorrow night,' the big
Kitcjien Goods Store offers, in addi
tion to the creneral sale. No. 9, 14-
ounce nickel Tea Kettles, regu- Ot
Ur $1.25 values, soecial. -each Otlv
33c Muff in, Pans at 19c Each
A lot of 250 Silk Petticoats,
madenp'of prime quality taf
feta, cut very full, with deep
flounces Drops are made of
taffeta silk and heather
bloom This special offering
for all day Saturday is of in
terest to every lady who car es
to save They come in a full
line of plain colors, stripes
and plaids They are all
from our regular stock of
values to $10.00 Special for
Saturday only at
this price, each
Be among the busy buyers
Here's Flowers In
6 to 9:30 tomorrow night, a great 354
hour sale of Granite Iron Muffin
Pans; our regular 33c sellers, on spe
cial sale for Saturday evening 1
only at the low' price of, each Xi7v
$1.50 Underwear at Only 98c
6 to 9:30, tomorrow, ladies, fine dual
:y wool and cotton - Vests , and Pants,
cream only: all sizes; regular val
ues up to $1.50 the garment,
ptL sale at this special price, ea.
Boys' 25c Hose for 15c Pair
6 to 9:30 tomorrow evening, a great
clearance of boys ribbed cotton Hose,
medium weight; sizes 6 to 954; regu
lar stock line at Z5c the pair, 1c.
special evening" price, the pair Wv
19c Talcum Powder 5c Can
G1.50 Values Special 02c Each
2 to 6 D. m.. 4 hours of barcain wonders. Read everv item in him aA
Women's Combination . Suits of, fine nainsookr corset covers Vith wide
band of embroidery; drawers trimmed with 2 rows of Valenciennes in
sertion, with edge to match; also clusters 6f tucks. Our resu- siO.'
lar stock values up t6 $1.50,' on special sale during afternoon at 7aii
All Valentines Fourtli Off
2 to 6 p. m. tomorrow, a great -sale of -new subiecta in VafenM'nes
We want to make this the banner year for Valentines, and in order tn
do it we cut the prices one-fourth. Your special attention is invited tn
the new and original subjects; designs never before shown in Portland.
Ideas that will anneal to you at sight.- Remember the creat savins
25 per cent, or a reduction of lA off regular prices -ONE FOURTH
6 to 9:30 tomorrow night we offer
500 boxes of choice Talcum Powder,
all nice, neat boxes; violet or borated.
Sells regularly at from 15c to 19c pT-a
boxj special evening price at v'
10c Toilet Soap at 4c Cake
6 to 9:30 tomorrow night, a lively sale
is promised; 500 cakes or Toilet Soap,
assorted odors; large cakes; oatmeal.
glycerine, castile, etcj best "regu- A
lar values to 10c, evening price 41
Regular $2.50 Hats for 19c
6 to 9:30 tomorrow night, the Millin
ery Store offers one big lot of chil
dren's Felt Hats values up to 111
$2.50 each, on special sale at JL7l
9 to 13 at $1.29 Patri to 5 at $1.69 Palp
2 to 6 p. m.-tomorrow, the Shoe Store offers 1800 pairs of boys' Shoes,
in vici kid, gunmetal calf and satin leathers; blqcher and lace; many
shapes and styles. In this lotre 300 pairs of our Rough on Rocks
brass-quilted-sble Shoes. All go at these low prices.' Sizes Q1 CQ
9 to 1354, special at, pair, $1.29; sizes 1 to 554, special pair vAeO
Women's' IVIcn's Umbrellas
g2.QO Values ; Special at S1.48
2 to 6 p. m. Who'd carry an old" umbrella wheri they can get a $2.00
one for $1.48? Men's and women's lisle taffeta or rainproof senre Um
brellas, with strong, serviceable frames, fitted with new pattern han
dles, in a varied assortment of shapes, Regular values -to Of AO
$2.0Q, special sale at this remarkably low afternoon price, ea.vl.eTtC)
Great Sale Curtain SWiss
25c Quality ; Special 17c
2 to 6 p. tn. tomorrow,' Wouldn't you make a special trip to town to
save 8c a yard on 10 yards of Swiss.? I would. 80c is a lot to save on
one item.'' Heres White Curtain Swiss, in fancy check cat- "1PT
terns-Kur regular 25c quality, on special sale at. this price, yd. All
Women's Cambric Petticoats
Values at Ql.2 Eaclr
2 to 6 p. ra. tomorrow, the White Store will lend its splendid offerings
to 4his 4 hours' bargain event by selling women Petticoats, made of
'cambric, with 16-inch flounce of India linon, 4 rows of imitation Ger-,
man Valenciennes, witn edge to matcn;, the best regular Q1 fQ
$25 values, on special sale for the afternoon only at, each vi-eOA
40c Coffee Pots at 29c Each
6 to 9:30 tomorrow night, the t)ig
intra floor More otters, m aodition
to the many, bargains in Kitchen
Gooftls, two-quart Granite Iron Coffee
Pots; best regular 40c values, OOi
on special sale at this price, eassl
65c Stand Covers 45c Each
6 to 9:30 tomorrow. It's really en
livening to be with the evening shop
pers. We offer Tapestry Stand Cov
ers, one yard square; colors red and
green; best regular 65c values,
at this special low price, vea"cB i QO
Stamped Scarfs at 63c Each
On Sale From 2 to 6 P. M.
i - . i
Sl2g Value; Special 59c
1 to 6 p. m. tomorrow, great 4 hours' sale of good quality Embroidery
Flouncings, all very new and desirable patterns, in open and blind-
worfcv This offering" is of special interest to those who are making up
their Summer underwear, petticoats, etc. Don't fail to take ad- t?i
vantage. Values to $1.25, on special sale at this price, the yard 07t
18QO Pair of Boys Shoes
6 to 9:30 tomorrow. Don't "fail to
participate in this great bargain event.
Scarfs, stamped on fine white linen,
sizes 18x45 and 18x54; best regulas
$1.00 values, 59c; regular $1.25 C9
yalues, evening priced special "tit
Darning Cotton, Four for 5c
6 to 9:30 tomorrow night the Notion
Department offers black Darnine' Cot
ton in 45-vard soools: rearularlv 2 for
5c quality; special for the even- ff a
ig sale athe low price of 4 for Ji'
10c Pearl Buttons 4c Dozen
& to 9:30 tomorrow we will self excel
lent quality of clear pearl Buttons,
large assortment ot sizes, i and 4-
holc; regular values to 10c doz., A g
Special evening price, the dozen tcU
I - 4. i : - : ' ;V . i
Women's 25c Hose 1 lc Pair
6 to 9:30 tomorrow, great clearing of
ladies tine Cotton Hoee, in medium
weight, rib top; a big line of broken
Sizes; best regular values up to " "l
25c, on special sale at, the pair lit
Damask Towels at 18c Each
6 to 9:30 tomorrow, the tinen Store1
offers a great., bargain; in Damastb I
Towels; fancy colored 'embroidered I
ooraers;,ouroesi regular stock'! u
offering for theeve niiigeach
$1.00 shiofflllops -b$y-&3t
6 to 9:30 tomorrow", the Art Store of.
fers Cushion Tops, squaro' oi-ioblong; j
stamped on wmte linen; plain back tJ
match'; best Tegular $1 values, If
at this special .low. price, each UUv
25c Tablets Only 18c Each
. 1 1
6 to -9:30 tomorrowki the ' Stationery
Store offers 600 H,urds Holland Lin-.
en liond l ablets, in letter ize; 00
sheets very fine nuali'tv narjer: regu
lar 25c values, on special sale ." Q
at this very, low price, . each" lOv I
Girls Sweaters at Half Price
6 to 9:30 Saturday eveniiiK. the chil
dren's treat We offer a snecial lot
61 girls Sweaters, in white, navy and
gray with red trimming; also plain
gray; regular l.3 to ' "H . values at
half .regular selling prices HALF
50c Hair Crowns 25c Each
e a e i . - ?. ' w
DUying win De Driskj 4W new ttatr
6 to 9:30 tomorrow.
Crowns, in all shades. Our rrsrnlar
50c values, on special sale for OCT
Saturday evening- only, each tJ v