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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL,- PORTLAND.' TUESDAY EVENINU, JUNE 9, 1911.
COUGAR IN TANGLE
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; Pendleton Begins Business Gaim
The Moit in VnlnoThe Beat In Quality j
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War Between European Coun
tries Inevitable If Sultan
C Continues to MenacMori-
tenegro. Says Ruler. ,
(United Am Leased WW I
Cetttaja, Montenefro, June I- Wu
between Russia and Turker aeema
Ineaauratrty nearer today. Local news
papers print an .Interview with Caar
Nicholas, in which tha Rueelan rular
aaya bostllltlee ara Inevitable If Tur
key eontlnuea to menaoe Montenegro by
drlvln tha JUbanlana Into Montenegrin
larmory. A lerre foroa of Turklah
iroopa la stationed alone- tha frontier.
Jiuaaiaa a em and la another of tha
International oompUoaUona that have
Town out of tha Albanian revolt
avalnat the Ottoman roTernment. It
follow tha diplomatic request of Tur
Key mat Italy restrain her Albanian
athualaata, aa Auatro-Hungarian bint
that Intervention to aava the patrtotlo
mounuunaer would not be am lea, tha
waionrui attitude of Turkey's rielfh
bora to tha north end Booth, and tha
arm pa thy that haa been arouaed In
other natlona in tha Albanian atrurfle
wr neuonai rraeaom. Hero are inter
national complication enough to have
delljhted tha theorlata who a few yeara
ao aw in every Balkan flareup
oauaa for European war.
' Vakaami to Oataiaa.
The atate of the etrula In tha high.
" norui or uouiari la almoat un
known to tha outalda world; the Turke
permit no foreign observer, and care-
uiiy auara ail avenues of Information.
But the representatives of tha Albanian
committees who hsve mm Mn,
field to this country bring reports of
-aw.,, mucn mora enoouragine- than
thoaa furnished by official Ottoman
insurgent ara Intrenched an
mountalno with whloh they are thor
oughly familiar, and are carrying
on their warfare by the same methods
inai me Montenegrins employed, at
iTT i I . neignia an enemy
Inveigled Into a narrow pas. or a blind
, Th" w the atraUgem em
ployed In tha first Important claah be-
, rorc" at TuU1. which
the Albanlina came off victorious.
of the Turk sh force, haa. even aooord-
... i uiiioi.4 reporu, made little pro
,D oono-UMt ' Ua land; many
of the soldiers who were detailed for the
campaign became panlo-etrlcken under
ox n unseen foe, and many
f."" " un"1 r me aervloe.
., . iv Anatolians waa
dismissed on tha day of its arrival at
The hope of the Albanlana to hold out
rests largely upon their ability to obtain
auppllea for carrying on tha warfare.
They have according to tha report of
tnelr committee a good aupply of arms,
which would seem to Indicate that the
disarmament waa not aa complete as the
x ur.. oaiisveo. Tnelr great need la am
munition, which n account of Turklah
urreiuvice la with dlfflfulty smug
me country. Most of the
men are barefooted, aa the opankaa
whloh thay wear will stand only a few
days' march In the rocky mountain
perns, .nejr root, supply la almost ex
hausted, aa their farms ant h ......
which they deserted when they fled to
mwuniaina, nave been destroyed and
their cattle driven away by the In-
ro xurnisn auppllea haa been tha
pan or Albanians and their sympathis
ers in omer countries. Through tha
activity or agents in America consid
erable sums have been given by people
or Albanian descent. But the bulk of
assistance naa come from Italy, where
ta uio past many Albanians have
sougm reiuge rrom Turklah oppression.
In her efforts to prevent the organis
ing of filibustering expeditions Italy
nas oeen compelled to use extreme
measures mat nave provoked, some un
favorable criticism. Correanondent in
Roma complain that the
been so severe that It is almoat lmpoe
I Bible to send by the ordinary channels
ny news concerning these expeditions
rracucaiiy nothing has been allowed
to come out respecting the expedition
wnicn tticcioiti oaribaldl Is credited
wiin ucting out. Members of the
noua AiDanian committees scattered
mrougnout itaiy nave been under po
lice surveillance, and the government
followed up the expulsion of Ivanney
Bey, tha Albanian patriot, by domicil
iary visits to the membara . Al
banian committees and the aeisure of a
large number of documents. GarihaMt
.and others cooperating with him have
Deen warned mat tney will be arrested
Bhould they attempt to leave Italy to
carry on war In Albania. Additional
gunboats have been Bent to the Adriatic
and every point of departure la- closely
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Dan Smythe, preildent, and Jack Kefe, temtarr, fpctlYtl7,' of the
Pendletoa Comnjerclal club. Mr. Smyth is at the left
Pendleton and Umatilla county. Keefe'a
first act upon taking up tha reins of of
fice was to begin a systematic oanvaa
of tha city to secure new memberevand
as a result there ara but few buatness
rSptcU! Dlsastah The JoeraaLt
Pendleton, Or, June I. With tha en
tranoa upon his dutlaa of Jack Keefe,
newly elected paid aoorotary of tha
Pendleton Commercial association, this
city has actively begun a campaign for
making tha Commercial club one Of the
Uvest boosting organisations In the
northwest. Pendleton business men be
lieve they have the right man to as
sist them In exploiting tha resources of
or professional men in tha city who
have not been enlisted In tha organize
Preaident Dan P. Bmythe la assisting
Secretary Keefe and the two make a
good working team.
who drew most attention
woman, Harem skirt, or man?
Countless man paid deference to a
mere- man and his courage tMa morn
ing. During the height of the crowds
following tha circus parade and preced
ing the passing of Rex Oregonus on
Morrison street, a woman gayly attired
In a green and gold ' harem ault, per
fectly tailored but perfectly harem Ilka
neverineieas, appeared on me street,
visited a number of stores, sntered and
left tha postoffloe and In faot was aeen
by pretty nearly everybody downtown.
Harem skirts have made their appear
ance before In Portland thla spring but
this Is tha first time, so far aa known,
that any man haa- walked along with
ona Tha lady's escort seemed totally
unconcerned over the commotion caused
by his companlon'a attire and the two
walked along and chatted together as
though there weren't a spectator nearer
Assistant United States Attorney Wal
ter Evans, who spied the skirt from
his window In the Federal building was
about to turn nonchalantly baok to bla
deak after the paaslng show whan ha
saw the undaunted male with her.
'There was a man!" exclaimed Mr.
Evans, admiringly just having aeen
Hamlet the night before "take him,
all In all, we shall not look upon his
Ilka again!" Following hla mora or
less correct quotation be waa lost In
admiration of hla fellow until ha dis
appeared with hla companion behind
the doors of an apartment store. "
The aklrt aa deacrlbed by a steno
grapher lady in the Federal building
was an admixture of green and gold cut
away In front with real er-trousers
peeping out beneath. Aa nearly aa could
be Judged skirt part waa more greenish
and the tr the other part more goldish.
But consensus of admiring opinion
seemed to be that It wasn't, the skirt
that deserved commendation bo much
aa the man.
SMITH IS PRESIDENT
OF SCIENTIST CHURCH
(Taltea Press Leu.4 Wlre.1
Boston, June . At the annual busi
ness meeting yesterday of the trustees
of tha Mother Church of Christ Scien
tist, Judge Clifford Smith was elected
president for the ensuing year. "
Rnfnsee t6 Accept.
(Unites Press Leased Wire.)
New York, June 6. Until all other
credltora are satisfied, Thomaa A. Edi
son refuses to accept payment of bis
tSIB.000 claim agatnat the New Jersey
and Pennsylvania Construction company.
Though Wound by Tether Rope
.Farmer With Last Shell '
(flpfUl Plspetea to The JaareaLt
(mn irmMm TVaaH Tun. S nnMiln
from a trip to the mountains near Alpha 1
yesterday, A. P. Bnlder of this . place
brought back tha pelt of a huge cougar 1
tha trophy of an adventure which 1
took place two daya previously. )
Snider was proceeding along a trail
through the woode on horsebsck. lead
ing a . heifer, when the'" young bovine :
gave a terrified bellow and dashed for-
ward, , The horse also plunged In af- J
fright and Its rider then saw a crouch- '
Ing form behind a tree, reetlng on Ha
haunches aa though it had been waiting
for him. 1
Snider whipped out bla 41 Colt's and
fired. Hla horse ablad and tha belfer
began to encircle horse and- rider with
lta tether rope, winding the fanner In
hla saddle. Unable to proceed with
tha rope wound around It, and fright
ened by the panto of the heifer, the
horse plunged madly, while the eougar
mounted a nearer tree ready to Spring
upon the trio.
Bnlder tried again and again and 1
mlased SB his horse plunged. With but
one more cartridge in his revolver, he '
took a desperstely steady aim, deter
mined to follow the shot by flinging 1
the. weapon at the beast In case of an-
other miss, but tha ehot took effect. 1
With a screech of rage and pain, the
cougar dropped from the tree to the
ground, where it waa later dispatched
with a stab from ths tether-stake by
Rub on Parisian Sage and De
stroy the Microbes.
Oet rid of the germs before they rob
you of your hair.
Ton have a wealth of hair today; you
can alwaya have It If you will uae
PARISIAN SAQE regularly.
It Is a hair tonic so compounded that
when it is rubbed into the scalp It
penetrates Into the hair roots and gives
them Just the nourishment they need.
PARISIAN 8AGE also kills dandruff
germs and eradicate dandruff. It stops
hair from falling and growing scant
No chance for faded hair; for gray
hair; for 111 looking hair; no chance
for baldness or bald spots if you uae
PARISIAN SAQE. Large bottles (0
cents at Woodard, Clarke A Co., and
OAKLAND'S CITY HALL
STEEL CONTRACT LET
1 United Press Letned Wliw.1
Oakland, June 6. Tha contract for
the structural eteel woik'011 Onkland's
new million dollar city hall, construction
of which will start this week, was yes
terday awarded to the Judson Manufac
turing company for $234,000.
Tho contract calls for the employment
of Oakland men.
Bandit Is Arraigned.
(United Press Leucd Wlre.i
lion Angeles, une 6. Bandit John
Crossley, who shot and killed Patrolman
Arthur B. Cruzy, May 25, In a running
revolver duel, was arraigned cn a charge
o murder Wednesday, before Judge
At Fountains & Elsewhere
The Original and Gtnulna
Tbi Food-drink for All Agts,
At restaurants, hotel, and frumtain.
Delicious, in vigors too- and gustamins.
I Keep it on your sideboard at home.
? Dont travd without it. :
A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take no imitation. Jolt say "HORUCTl"
tr BB ST M ST -BSll IA v't I 111 tJf'M'W ' '
145-147 Second Street
Between Alder and Morrison
$10,000 Stock of Choice, Stylish Millin
ery to Be Disposed of Before July 1
We have decided to quit this location and at the present time we have not
yet secured another. Consequently we are compelled to dispose of every
article. The general public knows we carry a clean, tasty line of desirable
Millinery. We are going to give you an opportunity to buy stylish Hats
and Trimmings for less' than you have ever bought before.
A FEW EXAMPLES :
Neatly Trimmed Black Turbans, Values $3.00, at 69c
Untrimmed Straw Shapes. Values to $2.50 at . 2Sc
Straw Sailors at ............ 10c
Choice Flowers and Foliage. Values to 50c . . 19c
Black Milan Dress Shapes. $3.00 Values . . . 98c
Straw Braids, per Bolt (Including a Wire Frame Free). 19c
1000 Choice Trimmed Hats, Values to $15.00,
95c, 81.95, $2.95, $3.45, 83.95 and $4.95
Showing: Complete New Lines of
Knit Underwear and Hosiery
Our new Summer stocks of Women's Knitwear and Hosiery are now complete!
These lines have been selected with the greatest care from the best mills in the
country, and never before have we been able to offer such splendid values.
Vests and Pants Now on Sale at the Low Price of 50o
THE VESTS Neatly fin
ished, perfect -fitting gar
ments, made of fine lisle
thread and shown in four
styles and in all sizes. They
come high neck, with short
or long sleeves, and low
neck, with short sleeves or
Correct Summer -weight
garments that are well fin
ished throughout and neat
ly trimmed. They come in
all styles and sizes and fit
perfectly. High neck, long
sleeves, in ankle length; low
neck, sleeveless, with tight
knee; low neck, sleeveless,
with lace-trimmed knee, and
other styles. Strictly high
grade garments low "priced.
THE PANTS Made of
fine lisle thread, with
French band and equestrian
top. They come in three
styles tight-fitting knee or
lace-trimmed knee and in
ankle length, and in all
Hose for Only OW
For tomorrow we place on
sale a special purchase of
Women's Fine Thread Silk
Hose at the price usually
charged for the common
kind. These are full fash
ioned, made of pure thread
silk with extra strong mer
cerized garter top, heel and
toe, and come in black and
the new tan shades. All
Sale of 6000 Yards
of Messaline Silks
In Both Plain and Fancy
Colorings'-A Frill Assort-
ment Best 75c Grades, Yd.
We have gathered into one lot over 6000
yards of Plain and Fancy Messaline Silks
a display that surpasses anything ever
shown in this city at such a wonderfully
low price. Genuine Swiss Messaline Silks of pure dye and beautiful, high lustrous
finish. Shown in all the wanted new plain shades as well as cream and black; also
Solid-Colored Messalines with neat Jacquard designs interwoven with pin stripes
and novelty patterns. Fine, durable silks, full 19 inches wide, that sell iflw
regularly at 75c a yard, priced at Tv
01.25 and $1.50 Rough Pongee Silks on Sale at 98o
A very important sale of Yard-Wide Natural-Colored Rough Pongee Silks fine,
evenly woven silks, beautiful finish and splendid wearing quality. They come full
36 inches wide and are sold everywhere at $1.25 and $1.50 a yard, ror
this sale, specially priced at
91 1 aw vass
FRENCH CHALUES A new line of
pure-wool 28-in. French Challies, shown
in 4n endless assortment of neat, small
designs dots, stripes, flowers, etc., in
pretty color combinations suitable for both
street and evening wdfar. One of the most
favored fabrics for Summer wear, be
cause it washes perfectly and is moder
ately 'priced. Special this sale, C(r
the yard OUC
CREAM SERGES Correct weight fab
rics for Summer wear, cream ground with
plain or graduated overstripes in black.
Fine, pure -wool serges, guaranteed to
wash perfectly. Two widths QC
52 in. wide $1 yd., 44" in. wide. DDL
SILK POPLINS 42-inch Half-Wool and
Half-Silk Poplins, correct new shades. A
very soft, graceful fabric of
beautiful, brilliant finish, ycl..J) I Lu
.Mew Oxfords arndPiimps
Here are some special oilers in Fine Footwear that are going to attract a crowds
of thrifty shoppers. Come and take advantage ofthem.
For Men, Women and Children
Women's Shoes, Oxfords and one," two and
three-strap Pumps, in all leathers and styles.
Come in patent colt and vici. CA
Best $4.50 and $5.00 values DO.OU
White Canvas Oxfords in all styles and sizes,
Goodyear welt and turn sole. Reg. 7Qry
values up to $3.00 at I yC
Children's Pumps, shown in one, two, three
and five-strap style and in all colors. Sizes
3 to 8. Values up to $2.00 now d C
priced at, the pair DlO
Misses' and Children's Pumps in one and two
strap style. They come in best patent colt.
Sizes 8 to 1 1. Reg. $2.25 values Q JC
for this sale at tDI O
A line of Boys' Shoes afid Oxforcls, shown in
the latest styles, good leather, full sole and
counter. Regular $3.56 values flj 75
on sale at. )L9l O
A Sale of Men's Seasonable Garments
A sale of Men's Gowns, made of best
grade nainsook and neatly finished with
red or blue piping. They come in V
shape neck and are cut good full size,
width' and length. Well-made garments
that sell regularly at 75c each. fJQp
Priced this sale . . . ? s-V
k special offering of Men's Silk Lisle
Union Suits, ; made with quarter sleeves.
They come in ecru color with blue pin
stripes nd are good Custom-made gar-
ments. iSThey sell Tregularly ;at $1.25 a j
suit. Specially priced for. this : A fl n i
sale at'V. ..'...v..'.. .... ,;7 7l '
fa No Combine or Trust