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TIIC OXYGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21, 1813.
. FELTS LEADS
Supporters of Rival Preslderi
i ,tial Candidates ; Have. Exr
At 9 o'clock thla afternoon too reeult
,of toe election showed Mra. Arlatena
, Felts aubatantlalljr t la th lead orer
"Ura. a. u Buland. Only half tbe bal
,lot wera counted, however, there being
iH votes cast It la very likely that
,?the rest of the ticket aa named by the
. nominating committee , will be elected,
i Just before adjournment waa taken thla
afternoon Mra, Robert H. Tate, retiring
, presweni, waa elected Honorary, presi
dent and member of the executive board
: jjio. , ion is me mffnesi nonor mat
. can Vk given a member of the congress.
The apparent efforts of the backers
Of Mra. O. I, Buland to elect her to the
presidency of , the Oregon Congresa of
; Mothers, which la In session now, met
With vigorous opposition thla morning,
during the time alloted to nominations,
- from the supporter of Mra. Arlstene
Felta, the only other candidate.', ;!,.;
. Some of the delegates Questioned the
v right of Mrs. Buland to vote in regular
. elections In the state of Oregon, a she
;la a recent arrival .here from Castle
rock. Wash. .,.
s On tbe other hand, Mra. Bpland, who
i wae selected as the candidate for the
, office by the nominating committee, was
x lauded by the chairman of the commit
tee. Mrs. H. M. Bherrod, In no uncertain
. wo. -r lx was ; apparently , with reluc
tance that Mra.- Bherrod mentioned tho
. name of Mra. Felts and It waa only
after her attention was called to tbe
oversight that thla waa done; - w .
Both Oandldatea Championed. y; 1
Mrs. Millie Trumbull led the fight In
behalf of Mrs. Felta, while Mrs. M. J T.
. Hidden f appeared to champion ; Mrs.
, Buland. Mra. Tate, retiring president,
was plainly In favor of Mrs. Buland.
' V?"' th fluwtion of Mrs. Bulands
.right to vote was under discussion, Mrs. ;
Hidden declared that anyone could vote
any place they owned property If they
had resided there - a proper length of
time, t ' ' . ' j
v "The discussion of such a matter
seems to be a very small piece of busi
ness," declared Mrs.. Hidden, " "and I
think it should be a question of fitness
rather than of registration that should
decide thla matter." ,. Mrs. Hidden then
launched lntoa lengthy favorable com
mentary for Mrs. Buland. i . .'
Constitution Zs Quoted.
Her remarks were finally cqt off by
orders Thla started further argument
which only quieted when Mrs. A. King
Wilson read from the constitution the
object of the association, i s
following this, Mrs. W. J.' Hawkins,
Piliffil GUITY OF '
, PSUSE OF U. S. MAIL
Jury Jn Federal Court Con-
; victs Dtv Curry of Baker,
The Jury that heard the Dr. H.
Curry case In federal court returned a
a supporter of Mrs. Felts, declared that Inhvaiclan mntv .11 in t h.
us ueueveq .is wae onjy ngni ini me charges of USlhS the malls for att ille-
eredeotiala .of Mrs, 'Felts be presented
to the assembly aa up to thla time' not
one word had been said In. her behalf;
gai medical practice. Leniency waa
Tha case went to the Jury at I o'clock
!'A!lar. "i th, Bomin,nirt 00mml"e? rterday afternoon, and 1 the Jury de.
11 Derated unoi midnight: Tho question
.Hi.wwiuBrw, wtti-Bu., u.r. Z " woetner or not leniency should be xecom
not bo a hair's breadth difference,", de-1 mended.
ciared Mrs. Hawkins..? -H I ,? .d,, ;, Cumra attorneya were given 0
et?l?-i22lM,??lS5r?S:: SP"1 'noT5 1 n which to prepare a motion for
P00Tr-?,ptak ln beal.f, .l MM- welt"'. " Curry Is proprietor of the
a "I shall have to limit the apeakera to 4t,tve and liet Live- Bruir company at
One minute.", declared Mrs. Tate, who Baker, le li ?. XFtZJSl
Baling Causes rrotests, '
This ruling brought forth a score of
protests, and Mrs. Trumbull finally ap
pealed from tha decision of the chair,
declaring that .supporters of Mrs. ' Bu
land had been given unlimited time to
tea the virtues 01 tneir candidate, ana
tha same courtesy should be accorded
anown as tne "Aiorine"? remedies.
In this he baa a large mail order bus
iness and employed a corps of women.
In response to an inquiry from a "pa
tient," who happened to be a United
States postoff ice inspector at Washing'
ton sending a decoy letter, one of these
stenographers, under Curry's direction.
sent uch ; information, the nature of
the other candidate. Her demurrer was which the government has declared is
sustained, - and Mrs. Walters was? 1- unlawful. ' For sending this lnforma-
lowed tQ make her commenta. ' tlon, and later an Instrument and aoma
Thoao nominated by tha nominating medicine, Dr. Curry waa Indicted and to-
commxttee were Mrs. u. j uuiana ana 1 aay convicted.,: ., ' '-.iV f
Mra. Arlstene Felts, both of Portland,
for president; Mrs., J. C, Elliott King,
Portland, first vlce-preeldent; Mrs. H. R.
Albee, Portland, second vice-president;
Mrs.; C M. Collier, Eugene, third vloe
presldent; Mra. C D. Hoyt, Hood River,
fourth vice-president; Mra. W. W. Uaher,
Medford. fifth vice-president; Mra. Hugh
J. FlUpatrick,- Hammond, sixth ' vice
president; Mra. ; J. W. Kerr, Corvallia,
seventh vice-president; Mrs. j. B. in-
Assistant United States Attorney.R. I
Bangm prosecuted tha caaa.
John' Manning and Mrs. A. King Wilson,
directors. ' '":v.'.vtj 4;
' - Other nominations Hade. -).'.
Mra. Wllaon declared that aha would
not; accept the nomination for any of
fice but waa later nominated by accla
mation from tha floor, ; After tho report
Pendleton, eighth vice-president; 1 of tha nominating; committee was made.
Mra. H. l Walters, Portland, recording Mra. John F. Risley of Concord waa
secretary; Mrs. A. A. Undaley, Portland, nominated for third vie preaident; Mrs.
corresponding - secretary; "Mrs. . W. A- F, J. Glass for recording secretary ; Mrs.
Laldlaw. Portland, treasurer; Mrs. Q. T. A. Bonham for treasurer, and Mrs. W,
Oerllnger, Dal Us, librarian .'Mra George 1 1, Hawkins for director.
W. Evans,; McMlnnvlUe.- auditor; Mrs.
ton st. t EAiK03rrimiiP2fiy. ton st.
, Big New Shipment Sale
Make Your Own Comparisons
v , Judge for Yourself . ,
The House ; of
Big fcaturr will be a spedal sale of overv three, thousand
and five hundred English Slipons. Cravenettes. Tweeds.
Cheviots, Gaberdines and all-weather, superb double' service
i. -,v-t. '.V f. i, . . , . .-: 'i--m L . vv ,.
Sizeg 16 to 48
240 Men's and
' and English
Xoats, priced. .
ee ir.-i. i'tiV:''"!
sit wen s mnu worn
' English Slip-on and
Cravenette Q t e r -coata;
$15 and $18
values, dQ nk
priced at NfUitO
540 Men's and Wom-
V en's Superb All Dou-
ble- Service Coats
, . J and English Slip-ons,
; Superb Combination
' Raincoats and Blaclc
; " Toocoats: $18.00 and
$0.00 values, priced
550 ol these Men's and Women's $25X0 to $30.00 Superb Double-
Service - Coats, the new Ingush ; Gabardines , and C"l C Kf
Double-Texture Slip-ons, priced at .,....,.,.i.;,1.k tplOeOU
About 350 of the best Men's, and Women's Coats ever produced. '
Why psy your tailor $35.00 or $45.00?.' See the acme of perfection
in quality and make of this season's new English Gabardines and
s Slip-ons, including superb combination Raincoats and Overcoats
; grouped into three lots at these tremendous price reductions i -
$18.00, $20.00,' ; $25.00 ;
A $12.00 COAT BARGAIII POR MEN AND WOMEN j
English Slip-ons and Poplins in blue, tan &n ff( -1
and black shades, at Pla9Uand
250 Boys' and Girls' English Slip-ons a lr PA :!'- v vwfi m - jn
double-service Coat; $10 values, priced VtleOU and p4eDU
J - ff i t :
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O. M. Plummer. the only man present
at this morning's meetintv was named
Judge of tho election, and four women
were named aa tellers.'
When the tellera retired after the bal
lots wars collected, tho matter of reaolu-
lons was taken up and the first to ba
adopted was one favoring the teaching
in tha normal school of hygiene and sex
' f ' tto of Srers Ooadoauud,'
The use and sale of aoothlna syrups
fcnd other medicines con tainins; hablt
formlnr drugs was then condemned
roundly by resolution unanimously
adopted, further condemnation' of the
practice of throwina; samples of patent
medicines on residence ateps. was In
dulged in. V''v,'--i'o,'',k,:.'--y.; ' '
Tha question of. moving plcturea waa
then called to tha attention of the con
gress and a long debate resulted. The
congress went, on record as favoring
more educational films and talks in fa
vor, of these resolutions . resulted in
tha women of the congress being urged
to patronise such houses as showed ed
ucational films.- The showing of edu
cational rums at the pubiio playgrounds
during the summer months was com
mended, and It was decided to ask the
school board to make tha showing of
such films poasiDla lo Portland.
' The congress ' unanimoualy adopted
a resolution favoring asking; tha school
board to make either tha kindergarten
or the Monteesori system a part of tha
elementary school system of the state.
; A resolution that brought out consid
erable discussion was on to demand of
tho city commissioners 1 that enough
money be all owed . tho city health board
to carry on tho Inspection of milk un
hampered. ' i
ESCAPE FROM : POLICE
Former Mayor billing of Seat
tle Charges1 Underhand
Mel M,RelL . V;
Seattle. WaahV Oct. 14, Tormer
Mayor George W. Dllllnr.'ln the beartng
before Constantino'. 3." Smyth special
commissioner for the government in the
Boll telephone dissolution suit, testified
that for two or. three years before tha
Independent Telephone company waa es
tablished In Seattle the service of tho
Bell company was exceedingly poor. . Im
mediately after tho, Independent com
pany camo into tho field, the Sunset
company showed a distinct improvement,
establishing new equipment and provid
ing more efficient service. At tho time
of the greatest Competition there was
Httle ground, for, complaint on tho,' part
Of telephone uaera. ; vi- . . ,
81nce th purchase and consolidation
of tha Independent service by the BeU
interests, DlUlng continued, the aervloe
has been, fair, but not up to the standard
reached , during v tho , period ' dX keenest
competition. ;.;'',..': , v- Mtyr
Because ho held the. position at mayor
at tho time when tho merger was com
pleted in Beattle by physical consolida
tion of the two companies, Dilllng was
questioned . closely ; by . Commissioner
Smytha. ... . . .. . .. , lr t .. ' v, ,
. Without , attempting to consult tho
people or-tha city authorities, : Pilling
testified," the Bell company, early . In
1U ' established physical connection
with the Independent oompany, carrying
on tho work by underhanded methods.
Investigate Onion ftwgus. h v
Washington, Oct Regarding tho
dangers of importing a fungus disease
of onions from Australia, and the Ber
mudas, the department of arriculture
has promised Secretary ln it will in
vestigate.. , - i .. ::(;&'''
Ifi STREETS OF DENVER
Holds' Up Five Men, Kills One
: Instantly, Mortally Wcrunds :,
lunueo rress Lsea wire.) - .. .
ployers and a large share of the pro
gram will be given to a dlBcussiOo of
bow to increase efficiency, how to save
on waste and what new legislation' is
needed to make the work of employes
mora safe. 'r',i'-M:&y. c
'Denver, Colo., Oct. 0. T. J. Chase of
Palmer Lake, Colo., waa ahot and in
stantly killed, and. E. A. Clark of Pen
ver ; probably , mortally wounded ;by a
lone bandit, : who held up five pedes
trians within a few blocks of each other.
An automobile load of detectives, gave
chase to tho highwayman, but up to
lata hour i this afternoon be bad not
been apprehended. - .
Chase was not given a chsnco for bis
life... Without ft word the bandit sent
a bullet into- his heart. Chase dying tn-
stantly.';r.y;';(vv;,-v.,i.4u,;r - -
A few minutes before Clark had stag
gered into a drug store, a bullet through
his right lung. : The. bandit robbed him
of his wallet and a gold watcb- Thirty
minutes later the bandit stopped Arthur
Herbal, "-v';,;' .w.-:.v: .i'S',',,"
o "Bo . careful what you do now," tha
ineane highwayman told him, "because
i vo already ahot two men."
MEETING ; AT; TAC0MA
, Tacoma, WaalL- Oct 2t With dele
gate from all tha large cities on tho
Paclflo coast present, the annual con
vention of tho Paclflo Coast Federation
of Employers'' associations opened hero
today for a, two days' session. Among
tho important matters to bo taken up
will bo an Investigation of tho results
ana workings of the state of Washington
industrial tnsuranos. Currency legisla
tion and the minimum wage are also
stated lor discussion.
Tho federation acts as a : clearing
oouse .in matters' routing to tho em-
ACCUSED OF. TAKING
f '$10 FROM ASW0MAN
; Edward Pries,: living at 7ifth and
Jefferson streets, la accused of taking
$10 , from a purge belonging to Mrs.
Anna fimifh of Seattle, who is n Port
was arrested this morning' bjt Detect
ives: Tichenor and Abbott, Price rep
resented 'himself as a defective. .
Mrs. Smith complains that Price met
her in av cafeteria, Where she was eat
ing. Bo I learned , of . her mlsalon ' tn
Portland, ' repror-r- t !! - f
officer and, offci J ti Ar. i t .
husband, who ioserte4 the
Seattle. ' v ,
Dr. IlaU iHHturcs at "I".
', ttnlversity .of '.Oregon,. Eugene. (
Oct, 24Dr. Winrield S, Hall, b . 1
the department of physiology at !. . .
western Medical school, Chicago, gtvin
the last of a series' of three lectfurre en
sex problems, in Vlllard hall last night
to an audience of 15 men.
'',-"!, Va Vmk 1an mt Ttmid. ,
irarsnrieio. or., uou z.s. au. stone
of Honolulu, who waa bare with tho in
tention of starting a new morning dallr
paper at Ndrth Bend, left for homo af t-
er'decldingr Uiat. conditions o not
rant another daily at thla time.
THE L1ECHRHICS FRIEND
A hierh trade, deoendable tool, that r1nc nnt
critical moment. -'
represent the highest work
manshlp. ' They are pro--f
erred bv akillwl manhenla.
with whom accuracy la a
kw matter of pride as well aa
liveunooo. We carry ,''
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George Holms, Fugitive ; From
Bakersfield, Flees When
" Officer Turns Him Back,
Men's best-cured tan Rubber Coats, full cemented'
$7.50 coat value; priced i. ..'...;;.,..
Alteraticis Free cf Charge 0?ca Satsrday Eijjt EI 10 P. U.
343 Washington Street343
One Door West of Broadway, Formerly Seventh Street
W .... V . , ft i , M I i t ' T ... lift .. p
George Holms, wanted by-the police
of Bakersfield. Cel., baa a propensity
i for getting out of the clutches of tha
law. . .Originally breaking lall in Bakers,
field in 110, he repeated this morning
at tho expense of. tho local police force,
i by slipping out of tho . booking room
i when an officer bad his back turned.
Holms, known as 'THank ' Kennedy in
Bakersfield, was picked up last night as
a vagrant by Patrolman Tackaberry.
and later recognised by Detective Hi'
loney , from . photographa , as a ' man
wanted for aaloon , robbery alleged to
have been committed January J, 1910,
in -tho California city.
Holms-waa . ordered held by Judre
Stevenson at tha morning session of the
court. When taken downstairs to be
locked up he was conducted into tho
booking room and asked to sit down.
The officer in charge, turned bls.baok
for tbe moment and seising this oppor
tunity Holma slipped out tha Side door
of the station and through tho garage
to the street. Search thus far has been
unavailing. . k i t
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Estate Majr Go to State. -."J.
Attorney James Walton Jr.. represent
ing the state, filed a suit to escheat the
estate of Charlea Lomls, who died Sep
tember IS, . 1904. At tha time of his
death the estate Was valued at $1028.68
but debts and expenses of administra
tion reduced the amount to $409.88. a.
I Barbur. city auditor, as administrator
of tho estate, was made a defendantXNo
helativee have been discovered and un
der the statutes tho aetata can be seised
by the aute,r, . s f , . . -
v Falle4 to Comply .With Lair.'
Because H. N. Swank. 80S Northwest
building, faled to appear to press his
complaint against tho Standard Suit st
Cloak oompany, charging failure to eora.
ply with the law requiring tho filing of
the namea of all lntereated in tha com
pany, he was assessed $8.10 costs by
District Judge Bell. Tho complaint was
dismissed and Swank swore out another
at onoe. The $3.60 must be paid before
Swank -can appear in court this after
noon to press his charge.
Mrs. Helgerson Given Divorce..
TJlllaft Halnrann vn rrintiil Ai-
vorca from William Helgerson, e loco
motive anarlneer far tha S. T. A R raiu
road, thla morning by Circuit. Judge
Davis. c She charged that ha treated her
with cruelty and failed to aupport her.
Bv atlnulatlon she accented tsna m.h
and two $116 notes' in satlement of
clalma for- alimony and tha contest of
the ault was dropped by Helgerson.
They were married la Astoria on June
24, 190 , ' - - ,
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TTTE are putting over some miglvty,
VV &ood clothes to hold the boy "
' V Vy who likes to' play--strength
where strength is most needed and - -l
goo'd style all through. . . ; .
A great exhibit of, new "arrivals in Knlcker
Suits with two pairs of trousers. Norfolk and ,
double-breasted, in sizes to, fit everyboy who- . ,
wears Knickers- , . , - -
: h' 5 and $6.50 " .
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f." Boys r Overcoats 5 4 to- S 1 6 . ' " T:
Children's Fur and yelour. Hats :
"The Boys' Store " 1 '4 5 ".
' Second Floor. -
Morrison Street at Fourth
TpHE most unparalleled chance for Portland men
tart, ever known! We bought R. M. Gray entire 4tAi-and-Morrison-
ureet tore, with its brand new stock at about 50c on the dollar. Here's the way you save
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Celebrated Knox Hats in latest soft
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shirt secured in the R. M. f.
stock included. Fresh, crisp, ; (Ml
-all patterns. Thousands of
. Every shirt secured in the R. M.
Any Woman's Suit
or Coat, Values
at . . t
$25.00 FALL SUITS
$35 FALL SUITS,
$1.50 Dent's, Bacmtf and
remn Gloves 95c
$6.00 New Jumbo Ruff-Neck ,
Sweaters - for men or women
- at $3.95. i
All Pajamas and Night Shirts up
'to $4 at 95c . ; k K t v ' 1 J
$1 Cooper ; Underwear, a garment 69c
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