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JUNE 17, 1C1D.
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Rate Act First Step in Course
That Weans Final .Taking
Over Pressure Will Make
Railroads Willing to Sell.
r Kf, lluphp d"viiM his attention
nu:iit'T (l"ve!oi.nifT.t In the flocan
ar.try, iwU.g o-n"r and rrmnngr at
,r!ouo thn.'M of the Alamo, Idaho, Sun
t anil Lucky Jhn mines. Mr. Hughes
quired a comfortable fortune during
3 years of labor In the northwest,
(Unltnd Preni Lent Wire.j ' '
; Chicago, June 17. "Within five years
the government will own all the Tall
roads in America,"' declared President
10. P. Ripley of the Santa Fe. railroad,
In an Interview with the United 'Press,
discussing rate regulation. "The rate
regulation bill Is- the first step pre
eaglng that ' result." ; "
Ripley said he believed the bill would
be Introduced on the Initiative of the
government tor the ' purchase of the
vallwtBfla n a i n artrr r. rvi 1 n arAfiRlTT. Kin
would not estimate the amount of mon
ey that would be .required, declaring
tnat If the railroads, were asked to make
ftn estimate they would place the value
of their properties considerably; higher
than their total capitalization.
"The railroads believe that under the
new laws the government can force
' them to operate at a loss," Klpley said.
. i- Foreseeing expensive litigation, with
other radical legislation, he believes
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(Srwcial Dispatch to The Journal.)
Pendleton, Or., June 17. IJncrineer
GibRon of the mountain helper service
performed a daring feat last Monday
morning, when he averted a wreck near
Gibbon. Eastbound passenger train No.
6 was speeding toward Gibbon and had
entered the. last block when the Greeks
who were dropping empty cars down
from the coal chutes permitted three to
escape from their control. The cars
dashed down the steep incline outpmto
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r train was already in V
Mock and there was no chance to
r.,j,!ti,.r f. lb son was ol'lr.g Ms ''.
helper enelno when he saw the runa
way cars. Swinging himself Into his
cab ho started in pursuit.. The fleeing
cars were far on thmr way toward the
oncoming train and. though, Gibson
pulled tho throttle wide open in the wild
race down the track, two miles were
covered before the runaways were over
hauled in the very face of the passen
ger. Then cama-the, race bark to the
station, and the helper and three cars
were barely sent flying onto a side
track before the train came thundering
A delay of a minute would have
meant disaster. . ,
Cuslck Funeral ITeld. .
' .(Special Dispatch to Tho Journal. V
' Albany, Or., June 17. The funeral of
J. W. Cuslck. Albany's respected bank
er, was held "Wednesday afternoon at the
f.. ' Uy rf !?.:!. The remains wra
ta' -n to t'.'.e .Masonic cemetery for bur-'
lal. A lumibf-r of prominent people from '
other cltli fj attended the funeral. Rev. I
Gef-e.bracht and Rev. McDor.gal conduct
f 1 1 the services.
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clecmses, preserves and beauti
fies the teeth, prevents tooth
decay and imparts purity
and fragrance to the breath.
Improvement Assn. Returns to
'Old Slogan; Discusses Kier
?, nan's Proposition. .
; ."Two bridges or none."
r The Northeast Side Improvement as
sociation, represented by its Broadway
bridge committee, returned to its old
slogan yesterday. " The committee will
tng on Russell street tonight that no
negotiations with the O. R. & N. com
pany for bridge fights-of-way bo con
cluded until the Kiernan-Duniway ob
struction suit Is finally disposed of. "
1 A formal report to this effect was
prepared yesterday by the bridge com
mlttee meeting In the offices of Judge
M. O. Munly. :.Tbs railroad "; cannot
'actually build Its new bridge until the
pending deal between Mself and the City
is concluded. The city must grant con
cessions to allow the railroad company
o build, in equal measure with the con-
: cessions In ' the form of rights-of-way
which the city' must receive from the
railroad interests before , material pro
gress can bemade on the -Broadway
'bridge. ', ' : -;
"There is tio disposition to delay eith
er bridge," states ,the committee's an
nouncement "But the present is an in
opportune time to conclude negotio
tions.'for with the Klernan suit pending
outside buyers of bonds will not take
up enough of the $2,000,000 Broadway
bridge bond issue to insure the bridge's
construction.' Popular subscriptions will
provide for the' beginning of" work and
that much may proceed without in any
, way, relating to anything the railroad
&aa to give." v' '.''.'
: At yesterday's committee meeting
Frank Kiernan's proposition to get out
or me way wim ins xuh ii un buuuiu
be convinced that the people really want
the Broadway bridge was discussed.
Plans were made to convince Klernan
and his 1 counsel, rruniway,-: that the
people really want the bridge. . - V" t i ;
Tonight's , session of the Northeast
Bide Improvement, association promises
. to be highly interesting. .v,
G. W. HUGHES WAS
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Oeorge "W Hughes, who died in this
city Tuesday afternoon, while on a visit
here from Spokane, was a prominent
: railroad builder in the northwest The
body will be Bhiped to Tclta Pa., where
. the only surviving relatives, a mother
ana rive Drotners, live,
" For a number Of years Hughes, was
. associated with George W. Hunt as a
; subcontractor1 and superintended the con
struction work of a number : of , miles
of railroad in the Inland Empire. Mr.
Hushes was in charge of the construe
tion work on the branch from Peridle-
ton to Wallula junction, did some work
on the Spokane Falls & Northern, and
contracted about 25 miles of construe-
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A. GIGANTIC "FACTORY CLEANUP" PURCHASE. THOUSANDS OF
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EVERY SIZE UP TO LARGE SIXES. REGULAR $2 AND $2.25 VALUES
All Sizes in Misses' Kid and Calf School Shoes
Patent tips, hundreds of pairs o black and tan oxfords and high cut lace styles;
all solid and worth double. Hundreds of pairs of . women's rubber, heel com
forts, strap slippers and oxfords in patent, vici or plain kids.
IT IS THE ONE BIG SHOE SALE OF THE YEAR
Mothers are particularly invited to bring the children, as we are positive $1.00
will do the work of $2.00 in every instance.
10,C09 Yds. New Midsummer Cotton Fabrics
ORGANDIES, LAWNS CAND BATISTES, VALUES NEVER BEFORE OF.
FERED AT LESS THAN 20c AND 25c A YARD. ON SALE TOMORROW
to a Customer
Handsome new summer: designs that have created an immense sensation all
day today. They are on display in our Morrison street window and have been
the subject, of much comment. ' Beautif ul summery fabrics suitable "for the' pret
tiest of waists and dresses. , A big crowd will be in attendance so'we advise
early shopping. . . , - '
SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 9:30 A. M. - - ' - "
HERE'S A STOCKING SALE THAT'S A
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- STOCKINGS (
"Never before sold for less than 25c a pair. , As
a companion sale to our Shoe Sale we will sell
all sizes tomorrow only at
Pr 9:30 A.M.
A SPLENDID 25c STOCKING AT A SAV
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A MARVELOUS SALE OF
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1000 First Quality I Oiled Opaque Window,
Shades, six feet long and wide enough for a
full-sized window. "Columbia" spring and
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This is the first time this price has been ap
proached; it is our way of attracting you to
our store. ,
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Save 50 to 100
To out-of-town customers we shin in
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"PORTLAND'S MOST SCENIC ACREAGE'
There Are Many
; Reasons Why
:: The trustees of St." Helens Ilall' have selected a 20-acre
tract in .Willalatin Park for a future home. This fact in itself
assures you of a profitable investment. - Then bear in mind'
Willalatin Park is on the. WEST-SIDE but a short ride from
the center of the city, near a carline with a 5c service. - The
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is to be had.' Moderate building restrictions-, In Willalatin
Park we are offering you the best acreage proposition on the
market today. It will be no trouble to convince; you that
10 PER CENT t)OWN
2 PER CENT PER MO.
Willalatin Investment Co.
214-215 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING. '
FOR THE "NEWEST, VISIT THE STYLE SXORE
ia plainly .visible on every suit we show for
men and young men. Its the way they are
made and what they are made of. The way
they are styled, the way they fit and act and
v look and wear and hold their shape. They are
built to serve and they answer 'the purpose oi
their makers in the .broadest meaning of the
. word satisfaction. :
With your clothes buying. Get the
Braiiiry System Qotks
THE BEST MADE YET .
And you have a suit you intended to get. We
have them for young and old chaps at prices
from 40 dollars to 20 dollars. 1
Men's fancy Hose, regular 35c values, only 17
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Our charge account system is of material as
sistance to you. It enables 7you to dress up
right, in season and without feeling the burden
:.. of the expense. You can pay ' in weekly or
monthly 1 payments to suit your convenience.
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Palatial Steamer , '
friday, June 24, 1910
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CORRESPONDING LOW RATES FROM ALL O. R. & N. AND S. P. POINTS
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