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About The Twice-a week guard. (Eugene, Or.) 1910-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1910)
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Monday morning we place on sale
and Children's Long
Coats for Winter wear. Good heavy,
well-made garments, worth regular
from $3.75 to $10.00.
buy them for almost half price.
$3.75 Coats, Special price..
$5.00 Coats, Special price..
$6.00 Coats, Special price..
$7.50 Coats, Special price..
to shop around in buying clothes; to
go where you see the lowest price
quoted. Price doesn't mean much in
clothes unless you know what the
quality of the goods is.
If you govern your buying by the
price you pay, without reference to
what you get for it, you'll find some
mighty cheap clothes for sale; their
cheapness is likely to be more in
quality than in price. But you'll
find plenty of good clothes, too;
Hart Schaffner & Marx
$ 1.50 54 inch
Monday and Tuesday you can buy
any $1.50 Broadcloth in our great
stock for, the yard .. . . $1.25
cTon’t make any other kind. All their
fabrics are all wool; the tailoring is
the best possible; the styles are cor
rect to the smallest detail; and we
guarantee satisfaction. One trou
ble wth poor clothes is they’re al-
ways unsatisfactory, even when you
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$ 1.75 Curtains $ 1.00
$1.25 to $1.75 Curtains, net or
figured Swiss, the pair. . $1.00
We are showing an immense line
of "Tams,’’ popular colors, at,
each . .. ................ 25c to SI.00
Any day that you’d like to know something about the best clothes made, in a store
where nothing but the highest grade merchandise is handled, drop in on us an d let us
show you some of our Hart Schafiner (8S Marx Suits, Our clothes satisfy; they’re
profitable to you and to us. Suits $20.00 to $40.00.
al election against him. Still if Mr. Jones, of Roseburg, although
ASSET COMPANY DESERVES THE CREDIT
HUNTING FOR DEER
a republican and on the same ticket, should receive the larger
BE/ONO CROW WITH
number of votes, he will take Judge Coke's place on the bench.
The Guard prints today a letter to the Lane County Asset
CHARLES H. FISHER, Editor and Publlsner
Judge James W. Hamilton, the democratic candidate for re Company from Chief Engineer Forneri, which is especially grst
AN INDEPENDENT PAPER
PACK OF HOUNDS
election, needs no introduction to the people of the Second Ju ifying to the people of Eugene. It shows that the route from
bscrlption price per year, in advance ...............
dicial district. He is one of its native sons, and the entire span thia city is the shortest and best that can be located to the Gaine Warden Has Left to Try
Agents for The Guard
and Apprehend the Law
The following are authorized to take and receipt for suD*cripUoM er of his active life is part if its judicial history. For several terms coast. Sixty-one miles is the distance from Eugene to Glenada
Jnsact any other business for The Daily and Weekly Guard:
prosecutng attorney, later on for a number of years the leading or Florence, and the line as located by Mr. Forneri, one of the I
^Creswell—J. L. Clark.
Coburg—George A. Drury.
member of the Roseburg bar, and for twelve years judge of the most experienced railroad engineers in the country, presents no| Thai n party of hunter*. several In
his name is a household word, and it stands for legal abil engineering diffeiulties. For a road through a mountain range number. from outaide point*. have
Application made tor entrance a t Eugene, Oregon, postoffice as se
established a ramp on Wolf er «wk.
and probity of character. No court in Oregon the cost of construction will be remarkably low.
nd class matter._______________ ______ _____________________________
and other larg«« animal* for th«’ir
or, it might be said, in any state, is more respected by the peo
There are now no less than four surveys being made for a do«r
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1910
pelt». and ar<> using bounda In thrlr
ple who have business before it, or more satisfactory to the at- railroad down the Sruslaw, three of them from this city and one work having already ■Inughtvro.l *
largo number la the report that
torney who has practice at its bar.
HAMILTON ANU COKE SHOULD BE CHOSEN
by the S. P. Co. from Junction City. This awakening of interest com«-#
from residents near there, and
There can be no question of Judge Hamilton's re-election, in a section heretofore neglected is almost wholly due to the ac a deputy game warden baa left Eu
The nomination of Judge John S. Coke, Republican, by the) but The Guard would like to see no change in the personnel of tivities of the. Lane County Asset Company. Their persistent ef gene to locate th«« law-bireaker*. Il
a*em* that they have bwii ramped
emocrats of this judicial district, was eminently proper. There the court, and hopes that the voters of al! parties in marking forts have attracted the attention of railroad companies, and has there for ten daya or ao. and non«» ar«>
local men. two being from Dougina
re three judges in this district, one judge, L. T. Harris (Rep.) their ballots will see that the names of both Hamilton and Coke aroused even the Southern Pacific Co. to action, lest another <'>unty and others from more distant
are properly designated. The second judicial district wants no road would Invade the territory »b.ch It kN W long kept polnta. They
i'sides in Lane county, and holds over for two years yet; Judge
change in its judges—Hamilton, Harris and Coke.
large pack of hounda to aaalst them
imilton, (dem.), lives in Douglas county and is a candidate for
They ar« planning. It la aald, to make
-election, while Judge Coke, (rep.,) is a resident of Coos coun
an all-wlntcr'a ramp. Hunting deer
THE PINCHOT FAMINE OF 2000
to the Asset Company, and should stand back of it with finan with hounda la agalnat the law. and
ty, and is also a candidate for re-election. The three judges
la probable that areata will fol'
cial as well as moral assistance. If they are enabled to continue Il
>w presiding over our circuit court are geographically distri
Gifford Pinchot says that by the year 2000 there will be
There la ronaldernble hunting out
buted just as they should be; they are admittedly able and just 250,000,000 persons in the United States, and that the ques- the work one railroad, and possibly two or three, will traverse from
Eugene thia month, and the
courts over which they preside are unquestionably fair and tion of living will be a serious one.
gun store* report a big bualnraa In
prosperity and growth of Eugene through the development of guna and rifle ammunition. Thia la
"apartial, and bar and public alike are satisfied with their admin-
If Mr. Pinchot only knew it, the question of living is, with
the laat month of the dorr season
tributary territory. On the other hand, if the Asset Company before the rain commences. and
tration of law and justice. Two are republicans and one a the majority of persons, a serious one already.
many hunter* have delayed their va
emocrat, making it a strictly non-partisan bench, apportioned
Mr. Pinchot based his statement upon his estimate that the cannot continue its operations, it is likely that the other parties cation until now. The «la-or hunting,
lirly and in accordance with the votes cast by the two leading “farm area’’ of this country cannot be more than double its . now in the field, especially the S. P. Co., will cease their activity which waa not good earlier In the
la much better, and report*
olitical parties. There are many and excellent reasons why ex siae at the very most, and if it can be doubled it will not be and the 8iuslaw country will remain indefinitely without trans Reason.
of many deer wen are brought in by
portation facilities. It is the Asset Company which is setting many partier
ting conditions should be disturbed; and they wtill not be if enough to supply our people with food.
Although the Reason for water fowl
le voters thoroughly understand the situation.
Evidently the ex-chief of the government department of the pace, and upon the success or failure of their efforts is hinged begin* tomorrow, the gun store men
report but a «mail anle of shotgun
There is but one other candidate for the bench in the dis- forestry has not been keeping pace with the advance in agricul the probability of a railroad to the coast.
ammunition, there being compnra
ict, B. F. Jones, a republican, a recent arrival in Douglas coun- ture and with the reclamation works of the government that
lively little Interest taken, principally
There should be a clean-cut anti-assembly ticket in the field because there are few duck* here yet.
7 to take a position in the Roseburg land office. We know little have opened up vast tracts of hitherto barren land. The two
are counting, however, on a
county. The assembly candidates, so far unopposed, They
tout him, except that his experience as a practicing attorney opposite methods of “irrigation” and “drainage,” not to speak
Inrge buslnea* the few day* before
s been very limited, and that his activity has been that of a of “dry farming,” have even now added almost illimitable areas have made the issue direct by refusing to sign Statement No. 1 the 15th of the month, when th<> sea
for the upland bird* open*. Thl*
and by accepting their nominations, not from the people through son
litician, instead of a lawyer or a jurist. His election would to the farming lands of this country.
will probably be a record-breaking
(isplace on the bench in this district, one or the other of the
But this is not the most important change. By the new the direct primary but from an assembly of voters, designed to Reason thl* year because the bird*
are very plentiful.
vo able and tried judges who are candidates for re-election, method of intensive cultivation an acre has been made so pro override and annul the workings of the primary law Other
hould Judge Coke be defeated, two of the members of the ductive that the limit of its possibilities vanishes into dim dis counties of the state, where the assembly candidates have been FOWLER RE-ELECTED
>urt would then be located in Douglas countj, and Coos would tance. A quarter secton such as individual settlers once re anSXr’p iaVean ”° a in’tanCe‘ e,ected the anti-assembly men.
b witbout representation, and the geographical distribution ceived as a government grant could now be made to support a and there is a demand among the voters of all parties here for a ♦
Pueblo, Colo.. Hept. 30.— ♦
ould be disarranged. If Judge Hamilton should lose, the court whole village more abundantly than it once supplied a family. ticket to vote which will clearly represent the direct primary and
R. A. Fowler was re elected ♦
Bolton Hall, the well-known economist and agricultural ex seekinT^n th° 1 d’entimeDt- “ W0Uld not bc reKarded as office ♦ president of the Natlonnl Ir- ♦
ould be solidly republican, and the oldest member, who has,
♦ rlgatlon Congro** hern today. ♦
iring twelve years of service, made a reputation for ability’ pert, scouts Mr. Pinchot’s theory. He says:
seeking in the ordinary sense if men of standing in their resnec ♦ Chicago
ns the ♦
“On the basis of five persons to the acre the state of Texas live communities would come forward at this time and otter ♦ place tor the itll nU'iìnii t. w
xtending far beyond the district, would be displaced by an in
experienced lawyer, practically unknown to the bar and the alone, if cultivated on the French plan, would produce enough to themselves as candidates in order to vindicate the principle of
support the present population of the entire United States popular government.
John Maxwell, nn old realdent of
SprinaflMd. la very 111 nt his homo
Judge Coke has mad® a splendid record during the two New York could support three times our country's population on
with heart trouble.
ears he has presided over the court, and is especially satisfac- ordinary farming, and several Western states could be depend
Says the Grants Pass Daily Courier (Rep). -Thcrc
ed upon for as good a record.”
. J' JT Runrh, of Crow, todav
jry to the people of Coos and Curry counties, which is his par-
some persons so hardened that they still annie that
brought to the promotion office of
cular portion of the district. No candidate from these counties
the commercial rlnb nonio fino King
should not inflict his worries on the public by making the citizen from threatening denunciation to supplication an 1 reJ.OnIan’
"'‘H'1 ,o ,h" co’inty exhibit
pposed him in the primaries, and none will appear in the gener-
r"l’,nln Oo<1d h«s
believe his children and grandchildren are going hungry.
planations, ought to settle the question”
’ pologetic ex hrn>,Ih»
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