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ronxLAUD, ' riiiDAY evenkig, juije 17, i:id.
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Worth Untold Millions; Looks
... as if Four. Bits Would
' (United frets ttnut Wir.)
Baa Francisco, June 17. Wlthoot tha
Jeweled turban, flowing robes and rop.ee
of pearls In which he has been famillar-
. ly pictured, but attired Jn dlnjy Prince
Albert, unpolished shoes ind a straw
" hat, and needing hair ut, his high
ness ttieGaek war of Baroda arrived In
San Francisco today. - The , potentate
was a paBsenpUr on the-Pacific Mall
liner Siberia, Accompanied by. bis wife,
the Maharanl his daughter, the prin
cess Inderanja, an aide de camp . and
a retlnu'of servants, English and
falndu. ,' '...' f -
The gaekwar, although possessing un
told millions la Jels, go!d and lands,
rul-r over 2.000,0i0 people, with powar
of Ufa and death over thorn, Is a very
democratic, suave gentleman of E3. On
tlia voyage he mlrsied with the passen
gers and played whist Incessantly. He
denied hiir.self abBOlutely to all would-,
be interviewers today, and busied. him
self with representatives of railroad and
Bteamshlp companies, making reserva
tions for his party." He consented
finally to grant an audience this after
noon at the Palace hotel. .
His highness, unlike the , other 499
princes of Ihdia, has but one wife. The
maharani is a beautiful -young woman,
very retiring, and affects the native
costume. The gaekwar has his automo
bile with him, and will make short ex
cursions" Into the country about San
Francisco before leaving for New Tork,
whence he expects to sail for Europe
before the ena of this month.
. The prince Is ruler of the state of
Baroda, whose border , IS within eight
hours' ride of Bombay. It has an area
of 8000 square miles, and is one of the
richest; provinces In Jndla,
- Lane Primary Assemblies,
(Special Cltpatch to The Journal.)
.Eugene, Or., June 17. On Saturday,
June 15, primary assemblies will be
held throughout Lane to name delegates
to the county assembly, which has been
set for, July I. -.,'
Journal Want Ads bring result, . ,
SHOULD LE ISSUED
(Continued From Tnga One.)
ii S-j3 S
"FIGHTING THE BEEF TRUST"
33 MARKETS AND GROCERIES
' WEST sxsa
Q30 Alder St. i . . 1
- 863 Washington St. .
- Ninth, near Davis,
. Twenty-first, near Johnson. ' .
Eleventh, near Montgomery. -
' First, corner Sheridan. ;,.,..
Xosher Market, Sheridan, near First. "
- Third and Jefferson, grocery and market
188 Bibbs fit - . .
ASTOBIA 678 Commercial St.
f . 853-Taylor Ave. -rfv
. BEABID JJ Brldffs Street.
' Af:v sast szsa A AA
Thirteenth ana Tenlno Ats., SeUwood.
MUwankle Ays., sear Frankfort St.
Jersey Street, Bt. Johns.
Thirty-third and Belmont, Sunnyside.
613-514 Willlsms Are. ',
Cast Burnslde, near Snrnslde Bridge.
Alberta Street, Alberta.
Q rand Ave., Hear Hawthorne,
Grand Ave., near Bast Morrison St
791 Mississippi Ave.
Union Ave. and Tillamook St. .
Smith's Meatsall strictly pure, fresh Oregon meats. The Beef
, Trust is-bringing in trainloads of stuff from eastern points and
heaven only knows where. No need of eating this stuff. Every
. ounce of Smith's Meats is Oregon bred and Oregon fed. Pass up
? the Beef Trust's markets eat Smith's Meats. , . '
OregonVreai fat, choice Chickens ...... A..,,AA A. .25
Smith's Norway Creamery Butter, full two pounds ... . . ... ... .60
... : (The best Butter on the hemisphere Smith's Norway.) '
SmithV Pot Roasts of Beef 10
Smith's Sirloin Steak A . . .12tf-15
" Smith's Hamburg Steak . . . . ..... . . . ... ................ . .12
.- Smith's Round Steak . . . : A....,, - : 12-15
CUK'c AmW nt ' 8-10
Boiling Beef, Stewing Beef, etc. . . . .8
Shanks of Beef for Soup ...... ........... .........5
Smith's Milk-Fed Sprine Lamb Shoulders' 12
Mutton Shoulders . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . , . ..... . .10
Daintv Serin? Lamb Chocs . .V. r.... .................... ..18c
" Legs of Spring Lamb . ... A ... A. .. A 18
Loin and Rib Chops of Mutton .A. ................. 150
; Legs of Mutton . .... .i. .150
1 .VealBreasts : L 12tf
' " Shoulder Roast Veal . AY... ; .1240-150
Veal Cutlets . . . . .150-180
Veal Stew. 100-120
Veal Sausage and Pork'Sausage A .......... A A ... 150
Cams. . . . . .2U0 bacon, by .the piece . ;isaaf? .-ggs. i . . .iU0
A, THE ABOVE MEATS AND THE FOLLOWING GRO
CERIES AT THIRD AND JEFFERSON STREETS. ,
PHONE MAIN 8751, AUTOMATIC A-4418.
cability of the referendum has been
definitely decided," continued Mr. Lom
bard. "It is an outrage against the tax
payers of this city that the railway
Is committing when It thus contemp
uously sets aside the referendum."
The committee of three representing
the East Side' Business - Men's -club,
through which the referendum was in
voked, held a meeting In the office of
City Attorney Kavanaugh yesterday aft
ernoon. They asked that official to ar
rest the O. R. & N. on a charge of ob
structing the streets. .
Mr. Kavanaugh advised the commit
tee that a better plan of procedure, in
his opinion, would be- to file an Injunc
tion asking the circuit court to -estop
further construction work on the bridge
abutment being put in by the railway
company, until the question of whether
or not the referendum applies la Co-
. llayor Opposes Arrest.
lie further stated that ha did not be
lieve the referendum would apply to a
street vacation ordinance. Notwith
standing the city attorney's unreiponse
ful attitude, the comrtiittee was firm In
Its Insistence that he arrest the rail
way officials. Mr. Kavanaugh then told
the committee that he would prepare the
complaint, . but would confer with the
mayor before serving It.
After a conference with Mayor Simon
and Deputy City Attorney Grant later
In' the day Mr. Kavanaugh decided not
to serve the arrest warrant at all. State
Senator Dan Kellaher, of the committee,
Is now arranging to have a- writ of man
damus Issued to compel the" city attor
ney to proceed against' the, company.
. Kaiser Reported Improving.
(United Press LensM Wlrw.t
Berlin, June 1.7. T,he soreness in the
kaiser's leg Is disappearing and. It'll
believed he will soon recover. :
KE" HAREOLD STILL
SAFE IN LAKE JAIL
(Special Dispatch to The JnurMl.)
' Lakevlew, Or., June 17. The third day
of "Ike" Harrold's Incarceration In the
Lake county Jail has witnessed no Un
toward demonstration by local citizens.
Cooler Judgment seems to have pre
vailed, and there Is a noticeable relaxa
tion of publlo feeling. Sheriff Albert
Dent and his deputies are still heavily
armed and alert, but aU danger Is be
lieved past. Harrold has not had his
preliminary hearing. , ' i ,
CABRERA'S SON DYING;
(Fnlted Press Uss Wire.)
New Orleans, une 17. Estrada Ca
brera, son of President Cabrera of Guat
emala. Is dying' at a hotel here from
tuberculosis. . He is also suffering from
shock following his recent attempts to
commit suicide. -Ills father Is being
kept advised of his condition.
When young Cabrera arrived in New
York from Europe, en route to Central
America, he was taken aboard a spe
cial train and ' brought here. He ar
rived too weak to go aboard his steam
er bound for home.
Cabrera attempted suicide on a train
in France and again aboard an ocean
liner bound for New York and is re
ported to have again tried to end his
life aboard the train between here and
New York. Ills mother died recently
St Nice. "
FERGUSON AND BARRY
; WILL HOOK UP TONIGHT
Los Angeles, CaL, June 17. Sandy
Ferguson of Boston and Jim Barry of
Chicago are scheduled to meet tonight
In the, first glove contest In California
since Governor- GUletfs sudden Injec
tion as a factor in the fight game. ;
The men will box ten rounds for Tom
1'pkgs. Rica or Corn Flakes. Z5f
8 lbs. Sultana Raisins ....... . . . ,..25
I lbs. Rice, Sago or Tapioca... 254
l can Eagle Milk ts
7 lbs. Italian Prunes ,...,..v.....2S
100 lbs. Old Potatoes ............. 70s)
-. i cans Peaches. Pears or Aprlco..254
6 loaves of Bread 25t)
, Codfish Strips, per lb. .......104
S fancy Mackerel -254
50 lbs. Hard Wheat Flour 1.25
7 cakes Smith's Best Soap .254
3' lbsi Dates ...... v .............. 254
I qts. Kraut ................ ,...154
7 cans Oil Sardines .......254
4 eans Milk .. "V. 254
I os. Jar Extract of Beef....... 404
3 cans Salmon ..' , ....254
3 pkgs. Egg Noodles ....... . . . . . i .254
French Imp. Mushrooms (can).. .254
1 No, 3 size can Royal Ann Cherries.104
1 lb. Bratll Coffee ............. ...204
4 pkgs. Laundry, Starch .... . . . . . . .254
25 oz. can K. OBaking Powder.. . . .204
6c lb upward
6c lb upward
Picnic Hams.., .1 . ,150
Choice Hams .200
Bacon ........... .240
Lard, 10 lbs.Tr. . .$1.50
Lard, 5 lbs 750
SAUSAGE SPECIAL! .
Liver Sausage i
Bologna . T
Sold everywhere at 2c
221 FIRST, CORNER SALMON.
MEN PAY CASH SOON AS THEY LEARN ITS BUYING POWER
Big Bend Flour '
'BAKES BEST BREAD
$1.40 Sack $5.40 bbl
104b. Sack Farina, . . .350
25-lb. Sack Farina . .850
regular 10c package, 3
Alaska ' Herring, dozen . .. . .254
3 Blue Back Mackerel ...., . 254
. Eagle Milk ..154
Oysters, 3 -cans for i.. ...... 254
Oysters, dozen cans . .00
20 lbs. Sugar for... 91.00
With every AVi pounds of Grand
Special Coffee at f 1.00.
45 lbs. Cube Sugar for $1.00
12 boxes Matches. 500 in box 35$
3 bottles any kind of Extract 254
Corn Starch, per package . .54
Four packages Gloss Starch-254
7 cans of Oil Sardines-for ..254
7 bars King's Naptha Soap .,254
cans ol.Milk 254
Mince Meat, 2 for 154
6 cans mall Milk ...........254
2 boxes of Shoe Blacking . , ..54
2 bars of Silexo , 54
.Succotash, per can ....... 104
3 bottles of Vinegar .........254
1 quart of Salad Oil 304
10-pound Sack Pastry Flour 354
17 . pounds foe $1
l Sfc A N D . -p
Y i ORIGINAL
Pacific Main 57C0 PHONES Home A-1412
3 PACKAGES CORN FLAKES A.....250
5 LBS. BROKEN MACARONI,.. 250
1 DOZEN WESTERN MILK i .-.91.00
RIDG WAY'S TEA, LB ...500
13 BARS SOAP. : . ..... ; 250
6 BARS PURE WHITE SOAP. . . : .250
1 LARGE PACKAGE PEARLINE.. .... . ... . .200
Boiling Beef, lb.... 60:7
Shoulder Steak, lb . . 100
Hamburger. Steak, lb. 100
Porterhouse Steak, :
per lb. '..f......12j0
Pot Roast, per lb. 80-100
5 LBS. OUR OWN COMPOUND. 650
10 LBS. OUR OWN COMPOUND ?1.25
free Basket with every $2 Order taken Home-No Sugar
Country Butter, lb. . . 25c
Best Creamery .roll . . . 65c
Oleomargarine, lb. . . . 40c
3 pounds Sua Dried Apple for 25$
6 pounds1 Italian Prunes for 25$
Standard Corn, 3 for 25c; dozen f 1
Standard Tomatoes, 3 25c, doi. f 1
4 cans of Assorted Soups for 254
4 cans Lulu, the great cleanser 254
8 rolls Toilet Paper for .... ..254
Ground Chocolate, per pound 304
Fancy Figs, 3 pounds for' ...,254
4 packages Leslie's Salt for 25$
Rainier Mineral Soap, 4 bars 25$
Large box Macaroni, Saturd'y 35$
30 lbs. Fancy, Broken
Tea Special All kinds,
. Saturday, lto . . . ' .25
7 r cans Mustard Sardines
3 Loaves of Bread' . . . .... . : .10$
6 pounds of Rice .............25$
1 pound Bulk Pepper ....... . .25$
1 quart Olives ..............25$
3 pounds of Dried Peaches ...25$
5 pounds of Navy Beans ,...25$
10 packages Toothpicks for ,.25$
6 cans Carnation" Milk A . . . .. 55$
1 gallon Standard Syrup for 45$
3 cans Lye for ...............25$
Ranch Eggs, 2 dozen 55c
3 lbs. Fresh -Tomatoes ......25$
Gooseberries, 3 pounds .......25$
Cucumbers.4 for ............10$
Cauliflower ................ .10$,
1 A 1 XT - T". .... ir u.'
iu puunuj ix cw roiaioes ,.v
Telephone Peas, 6 pounds ...25$
3 bunches Beets, Turnips, carrots
or Green Onions for 5$
8 pounds' Dry Onions for .....25$
McCarey fit Katul Jun." -.. f
arift)nint t.) l-e prec:-: t ly
Ferguson -wUhs !out : : ,
Barry will scale 130 when i. e
Both men predict an early 1
Little money has been wa-i h "
I ' 1 ' "
MATINEE RACES WILL EE
The 'raRtlnee races of the Elvers1, V
Driving club will be held at the Coun
try club "race" track at 2 o'clock tomor
row afternoon, at which time six Inter
esting races will be started. Ths In
gram is one of the best the club ha a
arranged In some time. !
20c and 22c
Creamery Butter 60c and j 65c
2Doz. for S5c
Best Ham 19c Pound
Good Creamery .... 55$
Dairy Butter ; . , .V. A . . . ; . .5Q$
Bacons ; . . .... A 20$-22$
Compound ................. 60$
Best Lard ..................85$
Wisconsin Swiss Cheese, . ,25$-30$
Full Cream .....20$
Half Cream ,-..... 15$
Cream Brick . . .............. 20
Llmburger .... . . . ... . ... . . . . .C5$
SATURDAY IS OCR CHICKEN DAY
i ' ssspswss .i,
La Grande Creamery
264 YAMHILL STREET
BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH
' NOTHING BETTER "
FRESH RANCH EGS
15c lb. :
. Halibut, 2 lbs. 25.
Crabs, Shrimps, Clams.
Third and Ankeny" sts.
Main 5. A-5556
Fourth and Yamhillts.
Phones Main 2830, A-2830
THESE : PRICES WILL ONLY LAST 'AS LONG J AS THE
GOODS LAST, SO COME EARLY
., . PURE LARD
10-lb. pail Lard.'..'. . .
5-lb. pail Lard.
"3-lb; pail Lard,
-ca-lbrxan L4rd .-.Trrrr:
' SUGAR-CURED HAMS
Sugar-Cured Hams, per lb..'.20$
Sugar-Cured Bacon, per lb.,1
MADE IN PORTLANDw-,',r?
: It Is
Made From Best
Called for by .
Excels in Every-
Peer of AU Beers
.ORDER DIRECT OR FROM ANY .FIRST-CLASS FAM
ILY LIQUOR STORE. BREWERY'S OWN BOTTLING
349-351 OAK STREET , 343-350 ANKENY STREET
. . , PHONES MAIN 2598, A-25S3 - A ; -
"; ,v"; - ,v , , 2
Don't Forget That We Have the Best and Largest Stock of Gro
ceries in the City to Pick From.'
Whole Eastern Dams 19jc Per lb.
LEG MUTTON.WHILE THEY
LAST, PER PQUND.:i2
Shoulder Mutton, per Ib......U
Shoulder Pot Roast Beet lb..i3
Rump Roast Beef, lb.. .,.,,10
2 lbs. pure Lard ..S3
OTHER MEATS IN PROPOR-
3 cans Corn, Peas or Tomatoes
fnf v" '- r,ii
u . . . ......... w ..cJ7
3 cans String Beans .,..3
3 cans Pioneer Milk ...... ...23
i cans Economy Milk M.25
1 can Baker's Cocoa ,. , A .23
1 lb. can Ghirardelli's Chocolate
- .... .......j........
1 gallon pail Good Table Synip
Sugar 17 lbs; for J1.C3
Ojir Fancy ..Patent Rose , Gty
Flour, per sack .... ....$1.45
Good Family Flour, sack.. $1.25
1 sack good Potatoes 75
lbs. M. & J. Blend Coffee.. ?1
1 lb. Fellows' Special Blend Cof
1 lb. Green or Black Tea. a. 25
1 lb. pure Black Pepper. . . .25
12 bars good Laundry Soap. 25
7 bars Beat 'em All Soap, . . .25
1 large pkg. Pearline .20
3 cans Lye .......... ..... .25
1 bottle Blueing ......... . . . .5
5 lbs; good Rice 25
4 pkgs. Seeded Raisins.' . . . . .25
4 lbs. Seedless Raisins A A. .25
REMEMBER. WE ALWAYS
REFUND THE MONEY IF
THE GOODS ARE NOT SATISFACTORY
Bread IsHhe Staff of life
1 1 law ihstf-flssaw-
, To make a superior article.
' Manufactured by
Veal Sausage . .'.-... J A15
irorf for T!
5-lb. pail A'.' 55
THIRTEENTH AND BURTSIDE
Diamond or I.tbsr'y (
call Main. 397.
JO-lb. pail A. '. ?1.05
Bologna . . . ; . .10(
50 lbs. 'Compound .. . . . . . ..UU
v OiiCE ABLNGTON
TMGSG ARC CASH PRICUt3 ONLV