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THE ofcEGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND. . TUESDAY.' EVENING. JUNE 6, 1911.
: DASH-FROM HAIL
I OF A PLOT
Rebel Chief and Wife Rushed
f From Dining Room , to Au-
yjomoblle When; Lights Go
C Out; At Capital Tomorrow
1 (nlt PrM La Stir. I
Aruas Csllsntrs. Me., Juns ' (
; Franrlaco I. Madero Jr. la rolling
' toward Mexico City today In bla apadal
. train, following an exciting acena bar
, In which the revolutionary leader' and
- hla party auddenly left a big banquet
prepared for him and waa ruahed to
their train under heavy guard. It le be
lieved that a plot to kill Madero wag
The bcnqliet bad been planned at the
casino hotel. "Just aa the reception
committee eacorted Madero Into the
banquet hail, the light were myatert
oualy extinguished. A moment later an
other committee eacorted Mrs. Madero
Into tha room while a Jostling crowd
pushed Ha way In.
Maahed From XalL
Colonel Eduardo Hay of Madero'a
party rained Madero and hla wife Into
tha street, aelied tha nearest automobile
and made a dash for tha apeclal train
' two miles away. Madero and bla wife
tramped some distance through the mud
to their private car. Tbe guard waa
trebled and the revolutionary chieftain
and hla wife dined privately, the ban
quet being abandoned, although thou
sands of people aurged through the
Vreeta seeking Madero and wildly
The Madero party feared a Clenttflco
plot similar to the Juarea affair and
Madero'a private guard under command
of General Garibaldi, surrounded ythe
train until It left for the capital two
hours later. J
Enters Capita Tomorrow.
When Madero enter tha capital at 10
o'clock tomorrow morning, according to
present plana, there will be with him
hla wife, the wives of two of hla
brothera, and three little nteeea and
nephews, who are accompanying him.
Scenes of the wildest welcome are en
acted along tha route bla train la fol
lowing. In many places he populace
eema-almoaVlnsane!y ntkualaa'tlo and
happy. '. ' ... v ,"f. . T. "-' v ;
. Madero announced today that advice
received by him show that XS of It gov
ernors of states of the Dlag regime have
been supplanted by men selected by the
Madero party. , . v . .
Advlcea also were received that tha
government will pay . the expense of
Madero'a special train..' ' ' " ,
RECEPTION AT MEXiCu ?';
CITY AWAITS MADERO, '
' (Units Frees Lease IT Ire. I v
Mexico City, Mex., Juno i. When bo
ontera the capital tomorrow aa a private
cltlsen, ' Trancleco I. Madero Jr. will bei
given the reception of a conqueror and
liberator. Preparation to receive the
revolutionary chieftain war completed
today.1 It. waa decided that thero shall
be , no military demonstration, but
troops win bo assigned to assist trie
police In maintaining order along the
Una of march and throughout the city,
Tha Insurgents at Cuernavsca, who have
been clamoring to participate In the re
caption to Madero, will not bo allowed
to coma1 to Mexico CJty. They will
later be received by Matiero and mua
terod out of service, the government
fears that too many armed men in tb
capital under no very rigid discipline.
might lead to rioting.
When Madero nears the capital tomor
row morning, a committee from a largo
number of Madero clubs will meet the
apeclal train and accompany him to th
city. An open carriage drawn by (our
whit horses, preceded by mounted po
lice and followed by an escort, will take
Madero from th station to hi home.
where he will apeak from the balcony
and, It 1 believed, formally launch hla
candidacy for president
An Investigation today of the rioting
last night at Bant Julio, th poor qusx
ter of th city, show that eight were
killed and mtoriy wounded. The riot
started when gang of rougha attacked
a. auffrag parade, and In turn were
charged by th rural, who dispersed
HUGE POVER PLAfiT
:. . M . . .
Pipe, ; Connection to" Chehalis
and Centralia to -Carry -
: ; Force 60' Miles.
Ready for Long March.
(Oelted free ImmmI Wlra.l
San Diego, CaL. June f. Th officer
of th provisional brigade now assem
bled her are preparing for a march
soon to Ia Angeles, about 10 miles,
but have not received any word about
the long march from this city to San
Francisco mentioned In dispatches from
th northern city. Th officers believe
the two regiments will start for Los
Angeles next Monday.
Hudson Bay Alfalfa la Good.
Freewater, Or., June -6. Alfalfa cut
ting ha already commenced In some
parta of the valley. Many of the Hud
son bay fields, run three .tons to
the acre for th first cutting and will
average about nine tons for the season.
lpecUI Dtfpatea t The Journal'
Cantralla. Wah June I. Tha Wash-
ington-Orgn corporation, which owns
th local streetcar, power and water
service, is about to Install a power
plant on th Kalama river at a1 cost of
1710,000. A pipe connection covering
th distance of 0 mllea win be laid to
carry th power to th twin cities of
Contrail and Chehalis. . Th officer of
th corporation have Just left Contrail.
They ., are Ieaao Anderson of Tacoma,
president: A. Welch, general manager;
and director, John W. Brock, president
of the Title & Trust Co., of Philadelphia
C. A. Hellar, a director of the Tonopah
Belmont Development company; C. Doss
glnkler of Blnkler Brother, banker, of
Philadelphia, and A. W. Hall of Port
land. The visiting official of th cor
poration ay the deal for the Kalama
power plant ha been closed and that
work will start aa soon a preliminary
detail are completed. .
. FORTUNE IN GIFTS
In th crowd on th afreets Th llttl
girl, bewildered at finding herself alon,
crossed 4th street In froat of an ad
vancing motor car.. Reaching th other
Ida, however, h immediately attempted-
to- retrace ber atp and ' in
doing so ran right in front of th car,
Tb fender of the motor struck her, and
on of th rear wheel of th oar passed
over her. ,
(United frees UuW Wire.)
Reno, Nev., June (. Mr. Anna C
Carpenter of Brooklyn, N. T.. who was
recently granted a dlvorc from Dr.
Frank E. Carpenter has caused comment
In Reno'a divorce colony by returning to
a wealthy Callfornlan named Miner,
jewels valued at $460,000 and stocks
worth 1250,000 which he gave to her.
In breaking her engagement with Miner,
Mra Carpenter merely announced that
she loved another.
AUTO CRUSHES OUT
LIFE OF 2-YEAR-OLD
(UetUd ITM t-u-d Wli.t
Vancouver, B. C, June t. Edna May
Price, the 2-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Price, waa killed al
most instantly by an automobile going
east on Hastings street last night. The
child and her brother, a few years older
than herself, had been sent on an errand
by their parents and became aeparated
ORDINANCE IS PASSED'
TO ABOLISH DUNGEON
AND THE THIRD DEGREE
A (Halted Free Iw( Wtw.) 4
Seattle, June . An ordinance
prohibiting police third degree e
method .and abolishing th d)
black hoi of a dungeon In th
4 city Jail. I today hror th
mayor after being passed by th
council. It 1 also provided that
only women metrone ahall have
keys to the female ward. A
O) provision which would have ellm- 4
inated Jailer. John Corbett,
d , against whom charge of cruelty
have been made, by making e
Jailer civil servlo attendants,
WEARY OF "-SOCIAL SWIM"
WOMEN TO HUNT LIONS
fOnltfd Pma La.a Wr. I n
Newport, R. I., June . Weary of the
"social swim," Mrs. Royal Phelps Car
roll and her daughter Dorothy of New
port' social set, have closed their pa
latlal home here, end are bound for
eastern Africa to hunt lions. Mrs.
Carroll has been planning the trip ever
since Theodore Roosevelt returned. -
PRIZE ROSE SHOW
, r GIVEN AT ARMORY
(Continued From Pg On.)
WOMAN DEPUTY SHERIFF
GOTHAM'S NEW WRINKLE
(United Frew Inwd Wl".)
Poughkeepsle, N. T.. June 6. Mies
Molll Bplcer, 15, Is the only woman
deputy aherlff in .New Tork, and the
first woman in tha state to receive such
an appointment. 8he is employed by
the charities aid association.
Disc ims Sunday School Work.
(Bperiil Dlipatrn to Ttn Joarn.l.t
Grand Island, Neb., June 6. Sunday
school teachers and workers from all
sections of the state are In attendance
at the annual Nebraska 8tate Sunday
school convention which opened Its
three day session here tolay. Herbert
Menlnger of Cincinnati, and R. A. Wait
of New Tork will be among the dlatln-
ffuiahed speakers at the Wednesday ses
sions and on Thursday morning. The
convention will close with a big parade
on Thursday evening.
consequently for all. Queen among tb
rotas on exhibit Is th Portland ro,
Carolina Teetout. of tndrt plnfc and
moat luxuriant bloom. .
Th roee- how haa not produced aa
many flowera thla year aa last.- TWa
is because of the backward season. Th
rosea ar not th lea perfect on thla
.mint hut had tn BnOW Den tltr
rrrd aa llttla aa one week the exhlb
tta would hav been greatly Increased
Mra Panton. president of the Roe
society, who cam early thla morning
hi. r B. Lainaon. the aeeretary. to
unorlntand the Dlaclng of the exhibits.
aald that ah had no roses for exhibit
thla vear at all. Last year Mrs. Pan
ton's rosea won as many prise aa they
Th ludalna- of the exhlblte by W. E.
SWhroak hf Seattle. J. H. Booth of
Roaeburg and Roland O. Gamwell of
Belltngham was commenced at 11 o'clock
In order that the how might b thrown
onn to tha waltlnr oeopl not later
than S o'clock this afternoon.
Bohemian for Lane County.
tHn-lm tMm.trh to Th JOIirBll.)
Lakevlew. Or.. June .-Lou W. Don
gres. Bohemian Immigration agent of the
Union Paclfio and Harnman incs. wun
headquarters at Yukon. Okla., ha wired
here that he will bring a large party
of hla countrymen to Lake county to
tales some of the lands open to entry
and settlement here. A larg colony of
German Is expected in th county with
In th next few weeks.
Keep Your Hair
Free From Duit
(From Woman National Magaslna)
"On expects to return from Bummer
excursion, outing, picnic or long irouey
ride in a more or less disheveled tai.
Whan a rlrl I o tired, she does not
feel like wsshlng her head before re
tiring nor does she care to go to sleep
with dusty hair.
"Why not use a dry shampoo, and
escape all the bother and trouble that
accompany washing the hair? Just mix
four ounce of therox with four ounces
of powdered orris root. Sprinkle
tablespoonful of this mixture thinly
upon the head; then bruah the powder
thoroughly throuah the hair. This
treatment Is quick and easy, but It
takes out all dirt and dust and leaves
the ecalD clean and comfortable.
'Therox keeps th hair light and
fluffy. nd beautifully lu"trou. Brush
your head two or three time a week
with this mixture and It will make
your hair fine, long and glossy, for It
stimulates Its growth."
Scientific Watch Repairing by Expert Swiss Watchmaker All Work Guaranteed
The Word Value
has been eliminated from the
advertisements of most repu
table firms; it carries no mean
ing to the public regarding
JL Merchandise of fteril Only..
For June on Sale Today
Picture Framing by Experts
Free Classes in Irish Crochet
and Basket Making
Summer Tailored Traveling Suits
Serges, worsteds and fancy mixed materials. The colore are
black, navy, tan, king's blue, white and gray. The styles are
mannish, notched collar and rever jackets cut in the correct 24
inch length; some 'are semi-fitting, others are made with fitted
backs; every. jacket is lined with silk. The skirts are made in
the newest straight gored models.
59c, 98c, $2.29
75c Lawn Kimonos and Dressing Sacques, 59c
Short, fancy lawn kimonos and dressing sacques belted and
loose styles. V and square neck styles. Fancy band trimmings
and short sleeves.
$1.50 Fancy Lawn Kimonos, Special 98c
Fancy figured lawn long kimonos, made with square and flow
ing sleeves, shirred at waist, and trimmed with fancy bandings.
Other styles loose Mpther Hubbard, V-shape neck, flowing
sleeves and Persian band trimmings.
$2.75 to .SO'House Dresses, Special $2.29
One-piece house dresses, made of fine quality percale, in dots,
checks and stripes, round, collarless neck and white pique yoke.
Plain band trimming and tucks over' shoulders. Skirt has panel
back and front trimmed with plain color, wide bias fold and fitted
inverted back plaits. Another style has two plaits over shoulder,
round collarless neck, square yoke of white pique and bias strap
trimming,' elbow sleeves with pique cuffs. Gored skirt with fitted
inverted back plait '
Traveling and Automobile Coats
At $6.00, $6.50 and $7.50
Long coats, suitable for traveling automobile and street wear
made of extra fine quality, heavy linen, in tart and natural.
These coats are made full 54 inches long, in fitted and lose-back
models some have high standing collars, others are made with
notched collars and revers. The sleeves are made in the new coat
style, the slip-on and kimono shapes.
Irish Crochet Yokes
Exactly Like Illustration
High class lingerie waists of
fine quality soft-finish lawn.
This waist is made with Dutch
neck of handmade Irish croch
et, new kimono sleeves and
turned-up cuffs. The body of
waist is made with fine pin
caire Galega Tablets
Powder and Rouge
Here Are Remarkable Bargains
$2.95 to $4.95 Untrimmed Hats
Another big hat manufacturer sends us his surplus stock of
untrimmed summer shapes. These hats are the cream of the
summer styles, as you can judge by reading the following de
White hair hats burnt and butter-color hair hats white
seven-end chip hats extra fine grade 6f white and burnt milan
straws also featherweight midsummer java hats in medium and
large garden shapes.
These hats go on sale special at $1.95.
Special Sale of Drugs
and Patent Medicines
Samples of all these goods arc displayed in ourVVash- Vr
ington street window. We will save you money on r
everv- item. Special sales continue all through our ;r
five floors. We welcome your patronage. Our
ample sales force will serve you promptly and intelligently.
$1.00 Angier'i Emulsion
"WoodUrk" Beff, Iron Kft
nd Wine tlUl
All This Week
New Shopping Bags, Special 98c
Selling Regularly at $1.50
Leather shopping bags in a variety of styles, seal and walrus
grain, 8 to 12-inch overlapping leather frames or metal mountings
in gold and silver finish. These are leather lined with strap han
dle. Round or broken bottom. All are fitted with change purse,
and many have in addition a card case and mirror.
New Long Corded Handle. . Suede Leather Bags
New Long Corded Handle, - Black Satin Bags
Visitors to the Rose Festival Carnival Will Find in This Store
-Many interesting merchandise events that offer substantial savings from "regular prices. All sales are based upon comparative competition and to this end vou
are welcome to return any purchase made in this store that is not a better bargain, quality considered, than you can purchase in any other store in Portland
-Our June Sales have made this.ths busiest mrath in the history of our store. Today we simply call attention to this fact so that visitors may avail themselves
of the econonucal opportumties .that esevsales afford.,: We call particular attention to sales in our Coat and Suit Department, Millinery and Waist Depanlentl
and to -our AnnuaWhite Carnival in; which eyery musjiWderwear garment in the ' , departments
rc fferin g0dV ?ather hand b iewdry. neckwear, embroideries and ribbons; at trenchant
reductions Remember All sales are based upon comparative competition. ' . rr.r . '
25c Bromo Seltrer
50c Bromo Sellxer
$1.00 Bromo Seltzer
$1.00 Imported Carlsbad '7C
Salts I OK,
35c Fletcher't Castoria
$1.00 D. D. D.
$2.00 Eckman's Alterative
50c Eskay'a Food
75c Eskay's Food
$2.50 Eskay'a Food
$1.50 Fellows' Compound Syrup
$1.00 Glide's Feptoman-gan
$1.00 Maltine 75C
50c HorlickV Malted OQn
$100 Horlick's Malted 'JQq
$375 Horlick's flJO QQ
Malted Milk tP7Q
50c Mellin's Food
75c Mellin's Food
50c Nettle's Food
$2.50 Nestle's Food
$1.00 Pinkham's Vege- CQy
table Compound Uily
$1.00 Pierce's Favorite C'7
Prescription U I
$1.00 Pierce's Golden GJ7p
Medical Discovery Oil
$1.00 Scott's Emulsion
$2.00 Succus Alter-ans
50c California Syrup OQ
25c Sal Hepatica
50c Sal Hepatica
$1.00 Sal Hepatica
50c Kilmer! Swamp
$1.00 Hood's Sarsapa- CJ1 n
$1.00 Kutnow's Powders
$1.00 Kilmer's Swamp
$1.00 S. S. S.
$1.75 S. S. S.
50c Sloan's Liniment
$1.00 LysqJ '
$1.00 Dr. Miles' Rem- rfoZ
50c Milk of Magnesia 33(J
$1.00 Sloan's Liniment
$1.00 Wampole's Cod
$1.00 Wine of Cardui
50c Wizard Oil
at . ..
$1.00 Wizard til
$1.00 Warner's Safe gjjg
50c Gloyer's Dog
Woodard, Clarke & Co.
Washington arid Fourth Streets
See the beautiful display of Rose Vases on main floor
Pftmi fn hw the arrow
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of oalate pleased men and women
who have quit seeking: for the one
best beverage because they've found it-
Real satisfaction in every glass snap and
sparkle vim and go. vjuencnes tne
thirst cools like a breeze.
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