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THE OREGON ; DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY V 31, ..1911.
N SKY RACE
H IP ON 2D
Garros Falls, Damaging Aero
plane, But Is Himself Un
hurt Frey Hits Barrier and
eourcsa and the csrtalnty of our ulU
mat aucoMa the Amarlcan gov rum ant
would kap hands off.
"Llmantour did much to 1st tha pao-
pla of tha Unltad Statu know tha esaet
truth ajid renrasanted ua aa reaponat-
bla and rallabla man who could ba hald
aoeountabla for tha acta of tha rarolu
tlonlata. Llmantour did much aa a (O
batwaan; ha waa fair and an honeat
frtand to both sides.
"Whan aoma of my compatriots ao-
cuaad ma of balng ton friendly with
him after tha fall of Juarea, I let It ba
known that I personally waa willing to
ao still further and that my faith In
him waa auch that I would ba wlllinf
10 have him nlmad provisional prnaldent
In place of Da I .a Harra.
"To Llmantour wa owe the fart that
tha Insurgents -had a fair field and
chanoe for a fair fight."
Derailing of Michigan Central
Express Believed Work
(CeltMl Frrw Im1 WlnO
Roma, May II. Roland Garros, th
Frenchman who u wU In the lead
tn tha Parle to Turin aeroplane race,
fall thta morning between ClTlta and
Veechla, on tha aeeond le of the flight
Mia plana waa partially wrecked, but
be Buffered no eerloue Injury.
ATlator Ftay In deecendlng at Plaa
track a barrier and came to the
(round with a craah. It haa not yet
keen reported whether hie machine
waa damaged to any extent
" Conneau arrived at Oanoa at T o clock
thla morning, filled hie- petrol tank
and after a ahort reat and aoma break-
r. wm h. Arrived
at noon. Ha again replenlahed hla fuel
and reeumed the flight toward Roma.
Conneau won tha aeeond leg, Nice to
.Rome, a distance of 171 mllea. He
- reached Roma at 4:01 o'clock thla after
noon and waa given an ovation.
SHOOT CAPTAIN WHO
. KILLED AMERICAN
(Continued From Pate One.)
ally believed that Pryce haa gone to
Los Angelea. Moat of tha white offi
cers of hla force. It waa reported, alao
had left camp. Pryce and hla offl
eera. It waa aald. had learned they were
to be replaced by Mexlcane.
Viaa'a execution waa quite dramatic.
He waa lad to tha hills near Tla Juana
at sunrise. He demanded that ha ba
hot by Mexlcane.
"I am no friend of tha Americana,"
declared tha efenderaned Mexican, "and
I refuaa to ba ahot down by white
Five Mexlcane composed the firing
aouad. Ha jeered at hla executioners.
Tbe rlflea cracked and Visa, fell for
. ward, a amlla on hla face. Hla body
waa atlll lying at noon where It fell.
The body of Captain Franc! r o Pach
Ico. Viaa'a victim, still la ye In tha
street where ha was killed two days
When It was dlacovered that ryee I
and Hopklna wara mlaatng. Captain F.
W. Tammlln waa appointed commander
of tha rebel a. Dr. H. C Loose and Dr.
3. M. Porter, Americana, croaaed Into
Tla Juana thla morning. Dr. Loose
want to Tla Juana In an automobile
to gat permission to attend a sick fam
ily. Permission was denied. The au-
' tomoblla waa hald by tha rebela until
tba occupanta agreed to bring two
messengers to San Diego.
fTJnited Frees Leasee Wire.
. Los Angeles, May II. Rlcardo Floras
liayon, president of the local Junta,
declared tola afternoon that If General, I
JTyca had come to Los Angeles ha had
not called at his office. "I know abso
lutely nothing about Pryce's where
abouts, aald Magon.
LIMANTOUR IS HIGHLY
PRAISED IN STATEMENT
BY GUSTAVO MADERO
(Culled Pra LMd Wire.
Juarez, Mexico, May 31. Gustavo
Madcro, a brother of Francisco I. Ma
dero Jr., in an exclusive statement to
the t'nlted Press today In commenting
upon the success of the revolution led
by hla brother gave high praise to Jose
"Vves LI ma tour, finance minister In tha
Diaz cabinet. Madero aald:
'There waa little need of fighting.
Our principal task waa to be readjr.to
fight and -make the necessary prepara
tions to carry' on the revolution to a
conclusive end in the event Dlaa had
not given up.
"The sincerity and power of the Ma
dero movement waa fully understood In
the great financial circles from the
start Most of the world'a financial
leaders knew months ago that the revo
lution waa bound to be successful.
"When Llmatour returned from Eu
rope three months ago ha stopped In
rt.'W;0rk for the PurPs of discussing
the financla: situation in Mexioo with
New York capitalists, many of whom are
heavily lntereated In our country.
Llmantour apparently resided at tha
Plaza but apent m..M ,f his time at
the Hotel Astor. It v.bk I:i his room In
the Astor where the inukt f fectlve work
for the revolution way .lone. .
Talked with llmantour.
"Father and I went to New Tork three
time and conferred with Llmantour.
Ve told him that tha richeat men in
Mexico were behind us and that he had
vr.m th world'8 "uncial In-
, un comernng a
.1.?. JL UJ! cormn" country and
ni. "looa,,neJ if he advised
Dlaa and the interests aurrounding him
that we would eucceed tn our undertak-
that Diaz and his reign were doomed
S tJil ? Mer,co Clt" told
the truth to the president and hla ad
viser.. Thla caused Diaz to loi bop.
irbu"UnT7 V"mgly aa poa!
and comparatively bloodless revolution.
Told Dlaa Truth,
"When Llmantour called upon the
president upon hla return to Mexico City
w" confronting a doomed
man. Ha told Diax the truth about the
'V1- ?,0wln- LimantouT. hon!
esty, Dlas believed him.
'One of th. things w feared t
ya. th. intenrentlon of American
vrvups. we were conrident that
America knew our strength and
The Most Fertile lands
in the World
Are is the Republic of Panama
See V. . Crar. Beporta.
Hawnly been recently thrown
pew to Americana on such terms
as to maX. them virtually, gift.
Writ, today. ,
Panama Development Co.
Il MareantU. nw
.fte. Wtli ft guth, ioi Angalaa,
WERE TRUST ATTORNEYS
(Continued from Page One.)
In the purchase of the friar landa In
The witness declared that whan he
rendered the opinion permitting the aala
of the frlsr landa to tha sugar trust he
waa not aware that Hammond waa rep
resenting tha trust.
Wlckersham declared that between tha
years 110! and HOI ha had on eereral
occasions aoted tn an advleory capacity
to tha ateel trust
The government, ha aald, bad accept
ed tha restitution made by tha Ameri
can Sugar Refining company tn th.
matter ef fraudulent weights on im
ports, but had made n. attempt to en
force tha penalties for violating tha
law. Tha attorney genaral aald thla
had not bean dona beoauee ha felt that
tha government had Insufficient evidence.
(Untied Press twined Wire.)
Detroit, Mich., May 31. Michigan
Central westbound express No. wsa
derailed near Rldgetown. Ontario, today.
Tha engine turned over, killing Engi
neer Qulnlan and Fireman Oakea. Their
bodlea were cremated.
It Is believed the derslllng was caused
by train wreckera. The authorities are
SEVEN BANDS IN PARADE
(Continued From Paac One.)
Mlscha, auperlntendent of parka, E. E.
MeClaran and Mrs. A. C. Panton.
The Riverside Driving elub and Port
land Hunt elub are extending their
united efforta te make this year's pa
red, tha beat and moat general suceesa
yet Tha former has arranged to have
about a dosan small, light racing rigs.
decorated with rosea. The latter will
aa usual appear In a genaral tournout
of all active members In riding cos-
Cool, Sparkling Drinks
Made at Home Witk tke
In less than two minutes, at your home at the picnic
anywhere you'ean convert pure water into a freshly
carbonated, tempting liauid from which so many
healthful, warm-weather drinks can be made.
Or, you may take cold tea, chocolate or coffee and
make delightful beverages by carbonating them in a
"Prana" Carbonic Syphon.
Barley-water, cold beef-tea, cold milk, and other in
valid, drinks are quickly made palatable and health
giving by its use.
The ordinary syphon containing the water you buy
passes through many hands; the "Prana" Carbonic
Syphon is your own always clean. It is a household
necessity that will last a lifetime.
See our demonstrator in the window, and learn how
easily and how cheaply you may keep cool on warm
days. Ask for a booklet
Grow Lawns of Velvet
and Gardens of Roses
Warm, summer days ire here; the refreshing rain has given
way to soft, sunny skies, but in the massive water mains along
every street there's an abundance of cool, life-giving water
water that you may use to refresh your lawn to make your
garden bear to keep down the dust, and make your home
To make the best use of this growth-quickening fluid, you'll .
need a generous roll of our garden hose; it's all fully guaran
teed for a year, but, in fact, it will give good service a number
If you need a good, easy-running lawn mower, take one of
ours. They run with enthusiasm they cut the grass. Look
over our list and let us send you what you need. Prompt
Columbia, 3-ply black rubber, 4-uich, 50 feet ..
Columbia, 3-ply black rubber, -inch, 50 feet ..
"Woodlark," 5-ply black rubber, -lnch, 50 feet
"Woodlark," 5-ply black rubber, tf-lnch, 50 feet
Oregon, 7-ply black rubber, -inch, 50 feet
Oregon, 7-ply black rubber, )4-inch, 50 feet
Mt Hood, 7-ply red rubber, Hl-lnch, 50 feet ....
Mt. Hood, 7-ply red rubber, J-lnch, 50 feet
Dover, 1-stripe, cotton covered, j4-tnch, 50 feet .
Dover, 1-stripe, cotton covered, 4-lnch, 50 feet .
Chester, 2-stripe, cotton covered, j4-inch, 50 feet
Chester, 2-stripe, cotton covered, f$-lnch, 50 feet
Superior, plain bearing, 14-lnch blades $3.75
Superior, ball-bearing, 14-inch blades $6.25
Hartford, ball-bearing, high wheels, five 16-inch blades,
best mower made '. f 12.00
Hose Reels f l.OO Sprinklers 75
A Nonle Free with every 50 feet of Garden Jrlose
Wbodard, Clarke fe? C
Washington and Fourth Sreeti.
Remember Today and tomorrow our great 19-cent
sale. All through the first floor dozens of everyday
needs are being sold at 19 centsmuch less than tlie ordi
turns. Theaa two feature,
preaent a baeuUfu) effect
The entriea ef decorated aaddle pontes
and here, are rauoh nor. numereua
thla year than er before, and the
decorated horee and carriage entrjea are
growing larger .vary day.
The Portland fire department haa
planned to make thla year., turnout
exceed all prevloueand the many other
features will make the horse and vehi
cle parade of ltll tbe beat yet, and by
all means th. peat attraction ef th.
Tha keen rivalry between th. boosters
of the horse and vehicle parade and th.
boostcra of the automobile parade haa
been renewed with as much vigor as
before. Thla will lead each to give
tneir very beat efforts to make their
reature exceed the other.
All entriea will . close on Tuesdsy.
June I, promptly at tt noon.; No entriea
will ba accepted after thla date.
Trophy Awarda. -The
trophies to be awarded will be aa
No. I Taltyho, four or more harass,
rlrM and second, trophies.
N. 3 Parnate and team, flrat and
No i Rpeclal float or feature, flral
and aeeond, trophies.
; Ne. . 4 Morse and buggy (four
wheels), first and aeeond, trophies,
Ne. I ilorae and cert (tw. wheels'),
flrat and second, trophies. ' f
' Ne. I Pony carriage and pair, first
and second, trophlea. .
No. 7 Fooy and cart (four wheals),
first and second,' trophies.
No. Pony and cart (two wbeele),
first and aeeond, trophlea. - .
No. Haddle horse, tandem, first
and secend, trophlea.
No. i special prise for the beat en
try decorated esclualvely with roeee.
No participant "will receive a crlse
anlesa he I. entered into the parade, and
all feature, must be , decorated . with
roaea. . - ' ; . ...
Tha parade will atari promptly at 1
p. tn. on Thuraday. June I. The line of
march win appear later.
Tbe erection of the reviewing stand
on the Morrison street front of th. post
offlc. lot was oommenced today. Mar.
the Judges will be and by the reviewing
ataads all parade, will pass.
SILVERTON, B. C., FIRE
CAUSES FOUR DEATHS
rHl nitpetrk to The JcsraaLt
Rosaland. B. C, May II. Four is th.
vertoev CV fire yeaterday, burned
Individuals, all Jo th. Wln'oav hoUl.
being: Robert Pelrgrteve, 811 vert on;
F. I. Falrgrleve, B llverton; Robert Mo
TaggtrV Bandon, B. , C.J unidentified
man. Phoenix, B. C. - There Were sev
eral severely Injured. -The fir. etarted
In Tha Wlndeor. A v block waa burned.
Total loas waa 1110.000. , ' .
Body la lUthtab.
telted Press IasmkI Wire. I
ork. May II. Folic, today are
Investigating the alleged - sntJrdeV; fof i
Mra. Henry Sohleh,: whose body ,w. ;
found covered with ehemloaJa. - In the
bathtub of a vaoant flat. Her hus
band I. under arrest.
. Given Veajri Senteaodw j
IDslted Press Lees
' Moscow, May 11-Oenera.l Rhetnbet
waa sentenced to yeara Imprisonment
for misappropriation ef ; funds while
govsmor of Mpaoow. , f ; i
tout dlacovered death flat la the au-'U '
l - . . I II ' f ... ,, M I II III I I I 1 - ' "I
HAVE YOUR; FURS STORED
; ' , -'. " .'rf-Un 'our 7 ' . V f ."' t:vf':.",
' COLD7DRY AIR STORAGE VAULT v
- Constructed of STEEL and CONCRETE - r
Poaitlvo Protection Against . MOTH, FIRE and THEFT
All furs left in our, care for storage are thoroughly cleansed
' by the most modern Vacuum System. .
Remodeling; Dona in an Efficient Manner at Special Summer Rett.
H. LIEDES & COMPANY
corbcti midg. 9. r. rxatantAior. Mgr. tea acorns
wiu oku.. asast A-awew. .
Tull & Gibbs, Inc. stao Tull & Gibbs, Inc.
Our Closing-Out Sale Is Meeting Most Economically
the Requirements of Thousands, of Homefurnishers
All Store Fixtures, Machinery and Other Equipment Offered for Sale
Entire Showing of Women'a
One -Piece Dresses
At Final Reductions.
MANY AT HALF PRICE
Others at Even Greater Reduc
tions for Disposal
Thi Minn'i models, dreixi for
house, street or evening wer, in variety
of styles and combinations.
$ 6.25 for .. $12.50 Dresses
$ 925 for $1SJ0 Dreases
$11.25 for 122.50 Droeaes
$16.25 for $32J0 Dreeaes
$ 725 for . $H.50 Dresses
$10.75 for $21 JO Dresses
$14.75 for $29 JO Droasea
$19.50 for $39.00 Dresses
$ 6.25 for $12.50 Dresses
$ 7.25 for $14.50 Dreaaea
$ 9.25 for $18.50 Dreaaea
$10.75 for $21 JO Dresses
$11.25 for $22.50 Dresses
$14.75 for $29 JO Dreaaea
$16.25 for $32 JO Dreaaea
$19.50 for $39.00 Dreaaoa
MISSES' PARTY DRESSES -
$11.98 for $23.95 Dreaaea
$12.50 for $25.00 and $27 JO Dreaaea
$15.00 for $35.00 Dreaaea
MISSES' ONE-PIECE WOOL
$ 9.48 for $18.95 Dreaaea
$12.50 for $25.00 Dreaaea
$10.00 for $20.00 Dreaaea
$13.75 for $27 JO Dreaaea
$17.50 for $35.00 Dreaaea
A group of odd Dreaaea In silk, wool
and linen, at f 5.95. Yon choose from
dresses that were $12.50, $14.50, $19.50
In Linoleum Never Such Low Prices
as These Remnants and Linoleums
by the Yard Final Reductions6th Fl.
10c Per Square Yd. for Laying
Remnants of Printed Linoleum.
6 square yards for $2.25 regular price $4.50.
7 square yards for $3.00 regular price $8.00.
21 square yards for $7.00 regular price $11.00.
19tf square yards for $11.00 regular price $17.00.
Remnants of Inlaid Linoleum.
6 1-3 square yards for $6.00 regular price $12.00.
10 1-8 square yards for $10.00 regular price $20.35.
14 2-8 square yards for $11.00 regular price $22.00.
$1.05 Square Yard for Potter's Inlaid
Linoleum worth $1.85 square yard.
$1.05 Square Yard for Staine's Eng
lish Inlaid Linoleum worth $1.65 sq're yd.
$1.10 Square Yard for English Inlaid
Linoleum worth $1.90 square yard.
$1.25 Square Yard for Staine's Eng
lish Inlaid Linoleum worth $1.90 sq're yd.
Printed Linoleum by the Yard.
15 square yards for $12.50 regular
price $25.00. '
14 1-3 square yards for $12.65 reg.
18 square yards for $15.00 regular
23 square yards for $21.50 regu
lar price $36.00.
Inlaid Linoleum, by the Yard, Closing,
Out-at These Noteworthy Reductions:
90 Square Yard for Domestic Inlaid
Linoleum worth $1.50 square yard.
90s Square Yard for Staine s English
Inlaid Linoleum worth $1.50 square yard.
45 Square Yard for Potter's Lino
leiW worth 85c square yard.
65tf Square Yard for English Lino
leum worth $1.10 square yard.
ALL LINGERIE WAISTS NOW
AT HALF PRICE
In this $1.19 group are greater reduc
tions It includes lingerie waists that
were $1.95, $2.50, $2.95 and $3.50. In
large sizes only 12 to 14.
Fancy Waists of Taffeta Silk,
Chiffon, Crepes and Allover
Nets and Lace at Half Price.
Some Items From the Closing
Out Sale of
Children's acts, consisting of knife, fork
and spoon; regular price 35c, now. .8
Coin , Silver Dinner Forks, aet of 6,
75c Sugar Shell and Butter Knife, Wind
sor pattern, now 25a
Windsor plain Tea Spoons, regular price
$1.65 dox., now ,.86e
Vintage pattern Batter Spreaders, regu
lar price $4.00 aet, now :...2.0O
Vintage pattern Table Spoona, regular
price $6.50 doz., now 12.50
Windsor plain Dinner Forks, regular
price $1.80 doz., now 9e
Community Silver Soup Spoons, regular
price $2.50 doz., now .S1.60
Dessert Spoons that sere $3.00 dozen,
Hollow handle, plain Windsor Knives,
regular price $6 dozen, now, dox. 82.50
Rogers' Avon pattern Table Spoons,
regular price $8 dozen, now f4;40
Rogers' Vintage pattern Dessert Spoons,
regular price $7 dozen, now $3.60
Plain satin Knives and Forks, regular
price $475 dozen, now .82.98
Closing-Out Sale of Furniture
Presents Remarkable Saving Opportunities to Homefurnishers
A Miscellaneous List of a Few of the Thousands
of Bargains Now Being Offered in This Section
$5.00 large Arm Chairs, aod oak, golden finish, now, f 2.00
$8.25 Arm Rockers in quarter-aawed golden oak, now f 5.75
$8.25 Arm Rockers in mahogany finish, now .$5.25
$375 Center Tables in mahogany finish, now $2.00
$7.00 Center Tables In quarter-sawed golden oak, now $4.75
$18.00 Morris Chairs, with golden Oak frames, now ..$0.O0
$22.00 Morris Chaira, with golden oak frames, now $tl.OO
$22.00 large Arm Rockers in mahogany finish, with leather"
upholstered seats and backs, now ....$15.75
$23.50 Hall Seat(in quarter-aawed golden oak, now . $11.75
$42.00 Hall Seat in quarter-sawed golden oak, now $16.00
$75.00 Hall Seat in finest mahogany now $30.00
$33.00 Hall Rack in fumed oak, now ....$16.50
$24.00 Hall Rack in golden oak, now $12.00
$49.00 Hall Rack in golden oak, now $24.50
$5.50 large Arm Chairs, solid oak,' golden finish, now $2.00
$2.75 Dining Chairs, with solid seats, irv dull golden oak, -now $190
$4.00 Dining Chairs, in fumed oak, with solid seats, now'. ... ..$2.75
$27.00 round top, pedestal base Dining Table, 8-ft, extension, in golden
oak, now ..... $10.75
$39.00 round top, pedestal - base Dining Table,--in quartered golden
oak, 6-ft. extension, now .... f ...... .. ' ,.......$26.50
$8.00 Porch or Bungalow Rockers, with fumed oak frames,
now ; . . ... ........... 1 .$4.75
$5.00 Porch or Bungalow Rocker, with green finished oak
fram. nnnr St2.flK
j. . . M ... ry ...wtv ........................,................
$15.00 Craftsman Arm Chair in fumed oak, with leather .
aeat, now ... .. , .......,...,.... ....... .$0.25
$26.00 Craftsman Arm Rocker, in fumed oak, with loose cushion seat,
leather upholstered, now ..,. $18,75
$16.50 Princess Dresser, in solid oak"; golden finish, with bevil plate
mirror, now, .,'.... . . , .... . .$9.75
$18.00 Dresser in solid oak, golden finish, with attractive shaped'
mirror, now , i,",. ........ .t I. $11.75
$21.00 Dresser in solid oak, golden finish, with large bevel plate mir
rofa, now ( a i f i "", v i . 1 1 m r . 1450
Proportionate Reductions Shown Throughout Furniture Stock
Great Savings on Dinner Sets
$6.50 set of 42 pieces in blue, and white semi-porcelain, now ....$3.85
$22.00 set of 100 pieces in semi-porcelain, colonial white and gold pat
tern, now . . . I .. . , . . . '. .$13.85
$28.50 set of 100 pieces in Austrian china, pink, rose and green decora
tion, now"'.' .. . . , :-. .. .ii; . .$15.50
$28.50 set of 100 pieces in Austrian china, pink, rose and gold decora
tion, now " t r.'Y;-. , . '. .. ............. .v. ................ . . ,$18.00
$50 set of 100 pieces in White and gold Austrian china, now... $25.00
All Stock of Haviland, Austrian China, Semi-Porcelain
and French China, Not Made Up Into Sets, It Now'
Being Closed Out at Half Price. Crockery Depart
ment Now Located on First Floor. .. 'A. J
Timely: Savings in Refrigerators and Gas Ranges, Closing
Out Our Line of Steel Ranges and Heaters at Lowest Prices
- "V ' Ever Known in Portland.
All Toys and Dolls Are Now Selling at One Third of.
' J:-- ' -llieir Regular Prices.
Children's VehiclesCoasters,' Hand Cars, Wagons, v Auto
; . . Cars, etc, Being Closed Out at Half Price. . . , ,
Made-Up Window'Shades Selling for Much Less New Stock
of Porch SRades in Green and Natural Color Bamboo at.Time
ly Savings. $1.50, $2.25 and $2.75 Curtain. Stretchers at 695.
'A-AS&B- $1.05..v;z t"r A