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"CON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, I .IDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 17, 1013
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Civil Service Commission Puts
MaruBack Whom Dieck
U ' ' l. Had Dismissed. "
FAMOUS SHOT PUTTER PASSES AWAY
- .After her had promised ha would obey
- the orders of Chief " Sewer . Inspector
...... Sftmh, Harry Gurr, forpier chief , in
epectorjiow Iiolfling' ft .subordinate- to
sitlon in the city engineer's department.
v waa reinstated lat night by the Mu
uicipat Civil .Service commission.. The
1 members of the board decided that he
should have tils full 'salary" from the
Utjie, of his -dismissal. , - .--'
, ; Gurr was dismissed by order of Com-
mlssioner . Sleek, v September IS.'? on
charges .of ' insubordination,-after he
had, It is alleged, refused to obey orders
, , torn K, CV Sharp, sewer engineer,
a . v The action. of the Civil .Service com
mlsalon'dld not meet with the approval
of Commissioner Week, who stated that
, the reinstatement of Gurr would prove
detrimental to. the system .of. discipline
. . . and efflcJenoy in his YlepartmenU- He
. - stated, be would fight Ourr's returning
t the position M-iM- i?
" Cornelius G. Murphy, former head
meter man In the water department,,
dismissed by . the water- board during;
Mayor Rushlights administration, was
Riven a hearing before the board for the
third time in tittle more than a yean
lie had been charged with Selling lead
' connections and -pipe .fittings belonging
V to the .city, peputjr City attorney
; Myers Stated that the commission had
no right 'to rehear' cases once1 decided.
He was ordered to submit his argu
ments i,n a irlcf. . Ex-Mayor Rushlight
i WBs a witness Against MUrphy.-?: y
Vatrobhat ; Staack dismissed, :-; from
the department about a -y ear ago was
' reinstated by the. board, charged witn
neglect, of duty, , was reinstated, upon
- signing ; a waiyer' o (all back salary.
Patrolman George TV. Russell was fined
100 for .neglect of ;duty. jV I
Charges, against L. ,' E. Beach, play j
ground instructor at the Brooklyn play.
rond, .who wa dismissed for .the good
of th. kef vice, were sustained by the !
ooara. ;iijs personal character was not
- attacked. i m-; Vr, V.
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VISIT HARB0RT0N SITE
7 The public dock commission la1 spe
cial session: this morning arranged to
visit property at Harborton, eight miles
from Portland and one mile from Linn-
iuii, u (i i rnuuuay murning. J. no prop-
. erty has been offered at 13400 an acre
which the commission, before Investiga
tion,, opnslders too much. yr. S v-V.
: v. Have You Seen
The wonderful dances AUigton and
Trucco .the staircase waits and Texas)
Tommy dance? The sensation of toe
day. Arcadian Garden, Hotel Multno-
't Use common s"nse buy Superior eoat
tf ton. : Main 1(4; JUU41. Adv.)
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f r .. Ralph Rom. la actloa - '
.; .' ' (Special to Tbe JoaraaL) ' -.' :
i'". San 1 Francisco, Cel., Oct .17. Ralph
Rose, king of all. shot putters, Is dead.
The giant Calif ornlan athlete," holder of
seven world's shot putting records, be
sides numerous other weight records,
died yesterday, of typhoid fever.: Rose
had been 111 for two weeks, r.
Rose was born In Healdsburg, Cel..
t - years ago and x received a- public
school education In. that city. -Later he
entered the University of Michigan Law
f school, but left before graduation. He
competed ror the Chicago Athletio club
and also for tb Olympic club of this
y He wen ?the ahot put events In, the
Olympic games at Athens, In 1906 and
repeated his victory at London In 1908.
Last year at Stockholm ha was defeated
by . Patriot McDonald... but be won a
first place by winning ' the combined
right and left hand shot put.
1 He retired temporarily from athletic
In 1909 . and resumed law, practice at
Healdsburg, where he was elected pros
ecutlng attorasy. ;
The world's records held by Rose are:
. ) pound shotput, 61 feet ;
; 8 pound shotput, 7 feet 7 Inches.
- IS pound shotput, 67 feet, 9 Inches.
18 pound shotput,; 43 feet H Inches.
21 pound shotput, 40 feet S Inches.
28 pound shotput, 84 feet Inches.'
Combined right and left hand 16 pounj
shotput, Jl feet 10 Inches. . ; s
American Dentlsts-Best ef 'dental
work at moderate prices, 291ft Morri
son, cor. 6th. . .(Adv.) '
siov stops v;o:uv on
V CRATER LAKE ROADS
- , - 'S
Season, ' However, ' Was Fully
Week Longer Than Had
1 T-' Been Expected,
Fourteen Inches of snow at Crater
Lake has effectually closed down .taa
work betng' done . thera b th. United
States engineers on the roads and trails
f or the national park, according: to a
communication received this morning
by Major Jay J. Morrow, corps of en
gineers, United ; States ; army, from
George'' S, . Goodwin, assistant -.United
States engineer In . charge of the. work.
The last storm a few days ago closed
the work for the season, as the snow
fall Will be permanent and will render
impossible any further : work before
next' spring. However, the" work , was
continued about a week longer than was
expeqted, as, It had been, figured no
more could be done after October 1." .
8ome of the engineers' equipment is
being hauled out and some cached until
the work opens again June 1 of next
TRAIN LOST TRUCKS BUT
IT DID NOT MISS -THEM
Oregon City, Or., Oct. 17. A Southern
Paciflo freight train with trucks miss
ing from one of the care, traveled,, the
mile from Canemah to Oregon City be
fore the crew knew of the trouble, ;and
tore up the road bed and ties-en route,
. Charles Moore and H. Gorgen, em
ployes of the Portland Railway, Light
& Power company, set torpedoes on the
track and placed a watchman to pre
vent the passage of other trains until
the damage v had 1 been repaired by
varvAlrlno ssvr f1 . - . V ..'.
: No trains were delayed. : !
Kearly all deaths from electricity are
due to the sudden stoppage of the heart,
which Is the organ most affected by the
current. . tr .. - : .. ?.
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ROMAN MEAL 4 1
This nutritious, laxative food is made
by wheat, rye and flax, coarsely ground.
The protein and carbohydrates , are all
retained to ' beget . energy and prevent
fatigue. Roman Meal has not that fault
of. the modern cereal foods, vis.,-, of
being over-refined. thus catering to
daintiness of appetite and weakening
digestive powers.-;:"--.. ,'; -'j-,-. - ,-v.
The nax in Roman Meal is aeodorlted
by a secret process thus Roman Meal
is a first. cereal, containing flax in
any quantity , in a palatable f orm.
Roman Meal used as a food daily will
cure constipation , and .' relieve . many
cases' of indigestion.
Roman Meal makes - delicious gems.
muffins, brown bread, pan-cakes,- and
may aiso- oe usea as a Dreaxiaac mush.
It is not an expensive food; ' a S-lb.
package may "be had from any grocer
for 26c. For children there is no bet
ter food. .
The Log Cabin Baking Co. are now
baking Roman Meal Bread, which may
be had at your grocer's for 6a a loaf.
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TOE HOUSli OF COATS.
Largest Manufacturers in the United States',
THE HOUSE OF COATS
' English Slip-ons in double
v textures and art-proof lined,
Coats. ' $10.00
values. . j 9D jU
Men's and Youths' $20.00
'Superb Double- d O Cfk
; ;,Men's , .Superb, All-Weather , '
English Gaberdines and Slip-
t.ons, including many superb
, Combination Overcoats and
Raincoats, formerly priced
SCen's Combination JUlnooats and
vwerooats, mux veae-
tUa Used, r la neat
gray worsted fab-
slosi 915 rataes.,..
Ken's Superb AU-Westher Costs
la SngUsB Slipons and Superb
. au-wsaiae son Die
am a S90.OO valass
Ken's Superb Xngllsb Bllpons,
Oaberdlnes and Bayerb Oomblna-
tloa Xalnooata and
Overcoats $aojoo i
til faa.00 : Talaes
v if ' t4. ' Whh BssBBs. .SB mm W I II , I Mmrjm S3 r U. . SB '- ' II. IK -C- H'JBST Ii.. H ItSf-: Wrnm. ' ' t y I
' 1T Irl rA'''"' ' , - Fir- ' , ' - ' , 4JJT Superb Oomblaattoa Bala-
PlFFtS to ,e.ad7-1? onginate-in'thtj proauction of ReaiJy-for-Semce Raincoats anil Waterproof Garments
c1 AGAIN conyinangly demonstrated Jn the .masterly design, execution and fit of the Goodyear Raincoat Cos
models for Fall and Winter.;, Our v system of selling oect from our factory you at first cost eliminates mibV
dlemen s profits. We present a remarkable: demonstration of earlv aeaaon coat rvrmnrhinif !h ttiat
attention. A saving of 30 toJ 40 per cent.
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Ladies and Misses
Ladies',' English1 Slip-ons knd Double-- ?
t Service Ponlin Pnate aV t' .
Service Poplin Coats :
$10 garments, priced
Ladies' and Misses' Superb' Double
i dervicc oats; tne new -ttngusn Slip-ons
m in u . , uaucrcines ;
regular $20.00 val
new .&ngusn siip-ons
For Ladies and Misses in English" Slipi
. ons, Gaberdines and Double-Service4
Coats; $18.00 and
$20.00 Coat values,
at : c
ana uoudio - service'
la baylag a OOOSTSAm
RAXITOOAT yen are buying the
best and most serviceable gr-
tlons ralnss. . Sverrtalnr as
advertised, . :
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rvt rtnrr-,v rr
tl IIS " sT Jl - ' m. w- ' I t B '-Sf'
o v r
a. H L n '!ll,'
Specials for. Ladies
l event , Superb all-
A real Coat, bargain event Superb" all-
weatner ? oats. ana
English Slipons; $15
and $18 Coat Values 1
x Ladies', Superb English Slip-ons, the new
English Gaberdines, . and vthe new . Polo
if , $20.00 8f and"P$22!S) i 1 AfJl
n 1 ;-v-."y'VV
its, in all the new
, English S.Iip-ons
Ladies' ' Superb ' Coats, in all the new
, ' ; English. Gaberdines, English Slip-ons
-'.:.r-v. - .J ! T...L1. O 5 m - -
V - Coats; V $25.00 and
$30.00 values, at,.
Bee wonderful window dls
playsan - indication ' of - the
, tremendous bargains within.
QHeair 343 VasHington
STORE OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 10 'O'CLOCK 0. door w..t or BroaTway.
We open our
.store at 8:30
a. m. daily-except
' when we open .
at 9:15 a, m.
THE MOST IN VALUErTHE BEST IN QUALITY
when we c!;:2
at 9:15 p. re.
An Important Salo Saturday of 300 Women's Ilcdicli
NEAT AND K A
BEST? MATERIALREG, J2.50 LINES AT; DV U U
All we want you to do is to visit bur aoak and Suit Section
tomorrow use your own eyes ' in critically examining and in
trvin' on one or more of these charmine Suits or Coats the
mirror .will tell the story of; whether they fit or not and your
own good judgment of . values will tell you that they are great
;ly underpneed.- The coats are shown in the most fashionable
Mmaterials-rastrachans; caraculs.'zibelines and mixturesvyi They
i come in the nonular three-auarter and f ull-leneth stvles. with
J rjcbllar of same material or o velvet;or plush, Tbx suitsVare
V Jmade of the most fashionable novelty mixtures and are shown
h Jin both square front ancf cutaway styles. The coats are satin
; lored and finished and are: the best possible: values at $1.5a
'. For Saturday's sale we place them on special saJe gQ
k in B a
u . a
to 7-Inoh Lace Biands and
SHADOW, FILET, MACRAME, NOTTINGHAM,
CLUNY AND OTHER POPULAR LACES IN DOZENS AND
DOZENS OF PATTERNS THEY ARE BROKEN ASSORT
MENTS AND ARE OURBEST REGULAR 25c, 35c AND 50c
QUALITIES FOR TOMORROW'S GREAT BARGAIN
SALE YOU MAY TAKE YOUR CHOICE OF THEM FOR
' pl i . l it. i i f i i ti .in .r r i i i i - r i. " : 1 "i . -
A verv imnortant sale comiricr as if. does iust.at'a time when most every: woman is in need of
to seven-inch widths at a ridiculously low pricerIncluded are, dozens ; of ' choice patterns in
shadow, linen Quny, Nottingham; FiletMacrame and othef p9pu:lir lace: edges and bands in
- white, cream and ecru--Our Third street window display will give you a j good idea of the
wonderful values offered ;atthis sale. IThose.who? know: values best. wiU generously . 1
supply their heeds for you may choose from regular- 25c, ;35r and 50c qualities,; at lUC
PLEATINGS AT" 25c YARD
You have choice of many .different pat
terns in. ithis lot of! fine Pleatings. ' ..They
are made of shadow lace,' nets . andt ma-
line. Shown- in white, cream and ecru
.colors H''r"- ':
FICHUS 35c TO $1.75
This lofJ consists of a' fine assortment hi
Fichus. They are made of high-grade
mi i . t s :j.si r . "
sine, net, snaaow-ana oriental -lacer- oet
; cure your share at cur moderate prices
PLAUEN LACE COLLARS 25c TO 98c'
Here you have Choice of all the newest
shapes in Pfauen Lace Collars. They
come in a ! large assortment of ) pretty
patterns and are shown in white, cream
and ecru colors. '; - '-r'; ;'
: Net anil Shadow Lace Guppes; shown
in white, cream and ecru, priced 7 C A
from . 25c to . . y ? .... :OUv
1 1HK.SS I f 11 I.AK AIMIJ NKIN SI1pS1.7S
An extensive showing of the I newest
uress oiiar ana oeis in ; picaMng toior
combinations and designs.: They are
shown in Cubist, Chinese, - Futurist and
uuiKiriau uauciiis. ;. :.:k'.:-- - --' w -
We have a complete assortmenf of dainty
rNecK Kuns. , 1 ney are maae or une nets.
dainty ' Jabots. The are tmade with
hand r embroidery Oriental ace and in
many omer styles.; t Shown in white, ecru
PlatiWrt I mJ-M PAl1a U of V if''':'
50c 'to Mi-il I ;:s40, '
Women's Hose, 3 5o Values on Sale at, Pair, Only, lOo
A very opportune Htime to secure warmer Hosiery at a lowered price fpf tomorrow
mcuiuin-wcisui,':,-occvc-uucu v-uun. oiocitings, au sizes; f; iveguiarjoc
grade on sale .tondrrowattf
AU Leather Shoes With Pat-
ent - Collar -All ' Sizes From
Sl2. to 2 Best CI
$2.25 Grade, Pair P I . I U
As usual, ' our popular Shoe
Section, fin the basement, has
arranged another special,; sale
of High-Grade NewJ Shoes.
This time it's an underpricing
or Misses' Vand Children's
Jockey Boots; fine all leather
shoes with solid soles,, insoles
and' counters, and finished
with neat patent leathef col
lar and silk tassel. " All sizes
from 8.to 2 in.QI 7C
best - $2.25 ; grade .D 1 O
Boys' Shoes, shown with double-toe
cap. and made of, the
best velour 'calf . leather.
Blucher 'style, : all sizes . from
$2.50 grade, at . vi) I mY O
Same" as above" In all sizes 9
to 13-rBest $2 Q C A
grade. This sale at tD I 0 y:
Children's' Jockey Boots,
shown in all colors and neatly
trimmed ! with silk tassel also
the broad toe, "Scuf- Oil
fer'V style, sizes 4 to 8 VyC
Childpen's 1.00 to
$1.35 Vool ; Ilanta
at Only 89o
Direct from the Globe Mills we purchased a broken
line of Children's and Misses' ;Wool Underwear
pants only t a price concession,' too great for
us to pass by. That's, why you, may purchase
fine Gray and White Wool Pants in all sizes from
6 to 16 years in regular $1.00 and $1.35 OA
qualities tomorrow at ; ; .. . . .VL . . ; . .0C
A Sale of
, ' ' j i. if. 1 -
ka)uic in auu uiipeci mcbe uor-i)
sets for yourself and you will i
see the splendid assortment we
have in' stock.'. They come in
the new style of low bust with
the straight long hip, and are
made of .fine quality batiste or
coutil, with neat v lace or ' em-1
broidery trimming Extra heavy
hose" supporters. '.'.
All Range in Different Prices
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