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THURSDAY EVENING, '.DECEMBER 2. 131D.
posed by the Oregon ' Good Roads as
sociation, but believes1 ,that "in the main
they embody 'the principles of a good
working system. He expressed the
opinion, however, that some limitation
should . have been placed upon the
amount of bonded indebtedness which
counties taay assume. "
i "Th people move slowly In matters
of this kind," he said, "but when they
do move they - sometimes go too fast
beyond. .the point of safety. While I
think there should have lcen some lim
itation on the amount of Indebtedness,
the legislature should be able to work
Ompnt Workers Fall; Two Dead.
tt!ultc4 Press heated Wire.)
Los Angeles, Doc, 22. Earnest Tear
man, 25 years of age, a cement worker,
was instantly killed, and J. Lawrence, a
fellow workman, was mortally injurod.
when an elevator on, which they were
working at the hotel Alcxan-fvla Acr;?x
gave way yesterday afU-rcouo. Tie
mt-n fell 70.. feet) Lawrence died, aooo
after the accident occurred.' ' -Charles
Tenta and Ftcve Emit! were
I and their enthusiasm may carry them
out measures that . will be generally
satisfactory," '; ', '.' T
injureu, uui nut :iivujij, . ,- .,
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND
:r Han, Denies He Pro-
cs to Drop Out of the
Speakership Fight. V
Henry MoKinney of Bakr, candidate
f r sppiiker of the house in the next leg
i. iulure. who Is in the city '.butiatng'up
hi f ences, declArea-! ho : i - in ttoe
i ire to stay and believes he hw m good
chance for. election M anyone. - The
i port that he would, give. way; tp Jerry
7 u.sk of Wallowa, the other eastern Ore
gon candidate, arose from mtslnterpret
i 7 what he said, lie states,;
, McKJnney says he hau nine of the 1!
astern Oregon votrs. ; He concedes the
nther three to Rusk. Eaton had hoped
to pick up some support in that section,
but it appears he has been nosed out by
the two men from that end of the state.
ne man In the Multnomah delegation
i out for McKinney, end the Baker man
says he has others, but does not care
to disclose their names, t ; ;. ;
: "I have the, beat of it, as between
Husk and my self. " he said, t "What I
said about getting out of .the. TS.ce was
this: That tf Busk could shew a good
bunch of votes Jn western Oregon, I
would talk the matter over with my
supporters In eastern Oregon and see
if they desired to go to Rusk too in
order to choose the speaker from that
r-nd of the state. . :
"I did talk with the eastern Oregon
delegation,, and found they would .not
l p willing to go to Rusk, except those
already for him. I found the only con
dition to which Rusk would agree was
that I retire, and this I will not do, in
view of the situation. I am in to stay,
end the outlook seems good, for I; do
not believe Eaton has the support
claimed for him, in. Multnomah county
or elsewhere. ' : . - - ; ' ,, s . .5 ... ;
As far as Multnomah county is con
ccmed, the . best - information is that
"Raton haa four, posulbly . five votes,
Husk fftur, McKinney one and two non
committal. , Rusk will pick up i num
1 cr of votes . in the valley, and his
friends say he is now in the lead, with
Knton in secQnd place and McKinney
Out of this situation. Rusk's friends
figure, he will emerge the victor, for
n lien the break comes, they argue.
baton's force will disintegrate and
enough will turn to the Wallowa ma,n
to elect him. .'
McKinney while declaring that Rusk
can never gather In a majority of the
eastern Oregon delegation,, spoke a good
vrn xor usk, .
"Jerry is a good man," he said. "J
tine mm., He is a man for the peo
ple and one of the most independent
men in trie legislature. . ,
Fewer Cases of Contagious
Diseases in City Now Than
Ever Before. : ' -:
"There are fewer cases of contagions
diseases under surveillance ' in Port
land right now than- tners "ever-- have
been at one time before since the health
office was established," Bald City Quar
antine Officer I. R. Beeman this morn
ing. "The city Js in an abnormally
healthful condition. Perhaps this state
of affairs is Santa Claus gift: thiS
year. ;; ;.v-.-.--.- f .-: ,--., -.-,(;. ';v ' -
"As compared with December,. 1J09,
which was a normal month for disease,
the quarantine cases now, under the
observation of the health department
are more than 100 per cent fewer. Dur
ing December last year px cases -. or
scarlet fever and 15 cases of diph
theria were placed in quarantine. .
"At this time there are only 27 cases
of scarlet fever and six eases of diph
theria in quarantine. Of course Port
land's great climate and the pure water
supply, of the city are two factors that
make, for the present satisfactory con
ditions but an auxiliary to these should
not be forgotten, the efficiently or
ganized and directed work of the health
department under Dr. C. II Wheeler.
The medical school Inspection depart
ment has, also been a large factor Jn
preventing the spread of disease by
detecting it at its inception and making
prompt reports to the health office." t
CHRISTMAS MATINEE AND
PRESENTS FOR CHILDREN
Manager John A. Johnson of Pantages
theatre today forwarded an Invitation
to County Judge Claeton for the in
mates of all children's charitable socle
ties to attend a special Christmas mat
inee given for their benefit, following
the regular matinee on Saturday.
The children of the Boys' and Girls'
Aid society, the Detention Home and
other publio and private institutions
will be invited- and there will be no
charge made at the door for the little
folk while grownups will not be al
lowed in the theatre. - 1 .-
--All newsboys -and children t who ie-
sire to come will also be invited end
at the conclusion of the performance,
which begins at 4:20, Santa Claus will
make his appearance and each and every
child will be remembered.
: Notarial Commission.
(Salem Bureau of ft Journal.) .
Falem, Or, Dec. 22 Notarial' com
missions have been issued to John W
Jtobinson. Madras; W. H. Cooper, Sweetl
now, Newton Kour.atree and Jeffer
fi.n Myers, Portland. r
Hc:iy Wreaths. .
With lots of h?rrlCH, large size ' 75c.
5 Inch ryo'emans, 3 to 5 blooms, special
fur tiip holfdav 50c.
l.L'BLINKB, Florist, 823 Washington.
WILL WORK FOR GOOD
ROADS IN LEGISLATURE
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"We are chiefly interested in good
roads legislation and that Is the sub
ject l nave most at nearv said judge
A. J. Derby of Hood River' today. In
discussing prospective legislation at
the coming session of the legislature.
Judge Derby will retire as county Judge
of Hood River, In January and take his
seat as one of ; the .. two Democratic
members of the house of representa
tives, f I ;
'rs county Judge the 'Hood River man
has given much attention to- the iques
tlon of good roads. He says he has not
had opportunity to study the bills pro-
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Make the First Payment
On Your; Xmas Piano
After New Years
' You can have any m of the following pianos delivered to'
yoar home without your having to pay a cent down until after ;
the first of .the year: ' , . ' ' , ' I ,
Weber, Steck, Fischer, Kohlfer & Chase, Kohler & Camp
bell, Weser, Hoffman, Andrew Kohler.
Steinway Pianola Piano, Weber Pianola Piano, Steck
Pianola Piano, Wheelock Pianola Piano, Stuyvesant Pianola
Piano, Fischer Player Piano, Aeriola Player Piano.
: Kohler & -Chase :
WASHINGTON AND WEST PARK.
DANGER OF mSEll
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id eliminated if you light your Christmas tree wfth'our Electric''
Christmas Tree Festoons.' We have them in. seta of 8, 16 and
, 24 lights each, and almost as cheap as the old style candles.
Call or Telephone for Particularaand Prices.
0. B. STOBBS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO.
61 Sith St, Portland. Or. - Phones A-1688, Main 1696.;
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Second and WsIin-tcn Slz., Over r.!:rc!.ir.!3 Er.!;
"The PrC,resJve Centljts"
We ktep in our' employ only dentists of practical experience,
who have spent years of study in preparing themselves in all
branches of dentistry. When people visit Portland from out of
town they must take advantage of the opportunity and have their
dental work attended to. We have a-tfult corps of old-time, tried
crown and bridge workers and painless extractors. And dou'jt for-..
. get our prosthetic dentist in making up your mind where to go.
- Lady ; -Attendants
Good Set of Teeth on Rubber Plate. . ..... 1 1 .C5.G0
Best Set of Teeth on Rubber Plate .......,.. $7,00
Whalebone Platen or Geld Dust . . .$a50
22-K Gold or Porceldn Crown. $3.Q0 to $4.00
22-K Bridge Teeth, Guaranteed, each. ...... .$3.00
Painless Extractions ........ 50
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. ' Sensitive people willte delighted with the skill, gentleness and
thorough mastery of every branch of the profession shown by ur
unequaled force of experts. No suffering or upsftting of the .
nerves in our office. You won't be here .15 minutes tilt you feel ;
perfectly at ease the result of confidence established by our mod-. :
ern methods. , ; r
ALL INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED
Another feature of this office, thereby eliminating the danger of
infectious-diseases. , Jt very instrument is caretully sterilized
expert attendant every time it is used. :.. . ; ,
The Owl Dental Coi
Second and Washington Sts., Over Merchants Bank1
ara prepared in cottrenlent form of topl
medicinal tubvtAnras, most beneficial In U
.treatment of throat affections. Fre from
opiat a or ot her harmful in rredjenta. .
Price, 23c, 60c and $1.00. SmplVfre
John I. Brown A Son Boton, Man.
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There is nothing prettier or more accept- -able
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' WAIST OR ;
We have them here in every conceivable
material and style andat a saving of al-
most half what you would pay elsewhere.'
Hot 1911 lingerie Vaists $1.95
First showng of New. Spring' Waists of
191 1; Made of finest quality lawn, with
elegant new patterns of embroidery; new
cut sleeve. Sold regularly at . . d t ftp
$2.75. . On sale at; ....... 3) 1 .V5
$3 Hand Embroidered Tailored
Wasfe How oa Sale at $1.55
Made of pure Irish linen with hand em
broidered fronts; laundered collar and
cuffs. Actual $3.00 values. (PICE
Onsal$ at. .... , . . 1 ... . . , . JD 1 ,00
$7.50 S& Waists Now at $3.39
liymessaune m aaric colors and evening
shades. Sold regularly at ni A
S7.50.-" On sale at. . . .C-JpOtU."
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$8.00 cy Si Petticoats $3.78
Made of vheavy rustling taffeta, guaran
teed, with a 1 6-inch tailored flounce and
dust ruffle; exquisite assortment of colors;
Actual $8.00, values. (53 7ft
On sale at. ....... . t9 O. O
$10.00 Yaists cn Sals at $4.98
Comprise Messalines, Persians, Chiffons,
Plaids and Nets.; Values in this assort
ment to $10.00. , . v OP
On sale at... ......... .'...D4yO
$12.50 CMffoa Waists at $5.98
Beautiful assortment ; of 'all over tucked
Chiffon Waists in all the new colorings;-Uned.withkoughoiuU-.C
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Actual $12.50 vals. On sale attDuyO
ALL MILLINERY REDUCED.
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Come in tonight (store is open every
evening) and permit us to show ; the; :
;haracter of Men's Qothing we are now
handling. You will be satisfied a$ to
style, quality and finish and we guar
antee to n't you perfectly. -
On a small outlay of money. Our prices
are lower than exclusive clothing '
stores, and we sell for cash or on easy -"
payments, or you may open a . plain
charge account .'
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