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About The Twice-a week guard. (Eugene, Or.) 1910-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1911)
SPECIAL AT >4.50
Beautiful Persians, fancy stripes and pin checks, in the new
colors, gray, navy ,tan, brown, black and white checks, good
patterns at $5.00; special...............
CLUNY, BABY IRISH AND NET BANDS AT 19c
Regular 25c and 35c values; special at, a vard. . ............ I9o
Morning Bargain Sales 9 to
. 12 O’clock
Cor. 6th ¿nd Willamette Sts.
Opposite P. O.
To stimulate morning shopping we are going to hold special sales every
morning between the hours of l> and 12 o'clock. Each "Morning Hale” will
present bigger and better saving than will ba offered at any other hour of
tbs day here or anywhere else. That Is a strong statement, but the values
offered here In these morning anise will prove It they will prove it to you
If you come hero tomorrow. Here are a few bint of the savings tomorrow:
DRESS GINGH IM*. 11 t-ie values, morr'ng sale from 9 to
13 o'clock, a yard
FRENCH AND GERMAN VALENCIENNES LACE
12%c and 15c values; specially priced at, a vard . . ------- 9c
ALL-OVER LACE ® ALL-OVER EMBROIDERIES
Cream, white or ecru, regular 65c values; a yard
MAXHATTtX GAI.ATI 4 I l.OTII. 20c value, tomorrow morning be
tween • I nd 13 o'clock
NEW TUB BRAIDS, ALL COLORS, A YARD, 5c
ALL-OVER LACE SPECIAL
LADIES’ SILK LISLE HOSE
Blacks and tans, per
Linen Stock Collars, 1
White and ecru; regular rn
75c and $1 values; a yard OUC
IIEGIT.AH «<• IXD Te (A 1.1 CO EH, between the
Fine Gauze Lisle Hose,
three pair for __ „_____
Gole red Silver Cloth,
24-In. widths; yard
< HII.DREX'N HEAVY AXD LIGHT Riniti I» HONE, splendid
hose at 10o, morning sale at, pair
hours ot • and 12 a
I.OXr.ND il.!' 4Jt sl.lX, morning sale, »n ■!
lOc DliKNN GIXGMIMN, morning •«!<
ea.ao PURE I.IXEX
AKTS, morning sale
GIRLS’ AND MISSE$’ DRESSES
Sailor Suita and Middy Blouses.
«tyles have Just been unpacked.
Scores of new
ter line than we have ever cairied before.
Easter Millinery Opening, M?rch 22
rt'ee of prices.
St PPI Y YOUR MUSI.IX UNDERWI \lt XI I I»'' Xo\V IT BIG sY\IX<;
____ AT DIG RAY I.XG
Short Muslin Skirts, 40c QC-
Plain Coraet <.Vv«r*- 20c
Covers. \ace and
$1.25 Night Gowns .
ribbon finished; 3^ it values
Combination Corset Cover and
Drawers, $1.00 values.
Children's 25c Driers
Children's Rompers. 2 to 6 Years, 75c
LADIES’ HOUSE DRESSES
In a goodly variety of styles: striped and checked
ginghams and plain chambrays; rape-
elally good values at......__ —...... ....... ..... A |
for........ ........... .............
New Lawn Kimonas, figured and flowered patterns
Special Reductions on all Silk
Bigger and bet
Corset Cover and
blnatlon. 75c value,
for .................... -......
23c «nd 50c
- 50c, 75c, $1.00
Plain Drawers, 35c values
NEW LINE OF TRUNKS JUST IN, $4.50 TO $18.00
Children's 75c Nlghl
11.00 Muslin Skirts
12 50 Gowm at
or the men who as candidates represent their views,
KeEVGENE DAILY GUARD coming
Member of Associated Press
NOW AT BIG SAVINGS
Extra Special, Fancy Waists
$1.50 Muslin Skirt
A GREAT VARIETY OF SUIT CASES AND BAGS
SUPPLY YOUR MUSLIN UNDERWEAR NEEDS
Here Is Interesting/*« i «« i to ths woman who wants to complete her Easier
gown with > new” silk
We have withdrawn
our regular stoHis and marked them below coet as a tempting offer. Deep
flounce ellk petticoats with tucks, hemstitching, and bands of silk, colors
Include brown. King's blue, old rose, tfrem. red. light and dark An in
blue, and blacks, your chop« at
A fine showing of silk, lace, crepo de chine and mercerised waists for
orssay occasions or tailored street wear; fancily trimmed in Val. lace,
medallions, straps, braids, links. ruffles and buttons; long and short
sleeves. high u*<k. open front or back, a good variety of colors
In this lot values run up to $'.’ • <). '.Xtra special
5c Dutch Collars
Colonel Roosevelt will speak on tha
t'nlverslty campus in Eugene on
But who expects the morningpaper, in the light of its
for the past five years, to be honest and sincere, or true course
interests of the people? It is the organ of the interests to the
and is MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP
Published every day of the week, Sunday excepted. Address all com opposing the common welfare of the community
munications and make all remittances payable to The Eugene Guard, Eu
now just as
strenuously as it ever did, but takes
TICKET, APRIL 3, 1911
a new tack in order to fool
the people if possible.
Mayor—Frank J. Berger.
Messrs. Berger, for mayor, and Ludford, Warnock, Striker
Delivered by Carrier, per week ............
Delivered by Carrier, one month ..............................
First ward--Fred Ludford.
Delivered by Carrier, one year .,......................... .......
5.00 municipal ownership of public utilities. The people know where
- W. J, War- ♦
By Mail, on year, in advance .................................... ...
Single Copies ...................................—............. .............
.05 they stand and they dont know about the opposition ticket, ex
Third ward—A. J. Pickard.
Twice-a-Week Guard, per year ....... ...........................
1.50 cept that ft is “agin the government’’ and is supported by the
Fourth ward—A. N. Striker.
Three Months ...................................-...........................
newspaper organ of private corporate ’ interests.’’ It is pre-1
City recorder R 8. Bryson
sumed that the candidates, chosen by a select committee of the
City* treasurer—Frank Reis- ♦
opponents of municipal ownership, are in accord with the views
of those who nominated them and with the newspaper which is
their election. o
in favor of
_ ~ special vuoiujuun
, ___ .’ associa- HORSE RACING GAME
* tions are, to say the least, not of
When I am groaning with the grippe—an ill that sorely tries ♦ confidence.
IS GONDOR GOOD
mo—my neighbors, in good fellowship, come over to advise ms.
As Independent Newspaper
CHARLES H. FISHER
Editor and Publisher
Real Estate News
$90 00 per acre. 70 acres near Irv If you wish to make ths best buy,
ing. all la cultivation and do acres
get a College Hill lot on easy
In crop; n<-w four-room house and
terms and watch It grow Into big
now barn; well at th<- house; crop
money. Your own terms.
goes with the place. $2.300 cash,
jeers nt six p<
$8,000 2G3 acres n«ar xmnll town, IS .ooo Nine-room, modern house,
plastered throughout; four be!
about 100 acre« farm land; about
-, X- - -
rooms upstairs, with hot and cold
76 acres open land, balanre young
wntra, five blocks from the uni
oak and fir timber, barn nnd smnll
house, orchard and well, several versity: these rooms will rent lot
$1" per month and a smalt family
springs; GO goats go with the
will have H11 the room they need
plao*. $3,000 cash, time <>u bal
below. Why not pick thia up and
One says I ought to take some pills to stop my coughs and sneexe; ♦
make easy money -you will never
another thinks a dose of squills would cure all such diseases. Ons ♦
get a better proposition. Tx»t ins
DREAM COMING TRI E
¡Ing Is dead In New York state for
ertles easily worth a million dollars thia year at least. The jockey 'club
road, all tillable and In cultiva
tells me that I should go to bed and drink some warm molasses. ♦
KO feet; chicken park and gar-
tion; family orchard, also 10 acres
Another says: "Go soak your head - that will dispel the gases.” ♦1
at the present, and which with prop- issued a statement tonight saying
In young commercial orchard; fine
And every man who's sick endures this brand of mortal anguish;
realise the wickedness and absurd 1er
ixtaill of adverse legislation It
2-story modern » room house, wlih
beneath a thousand kinds of cures he has to weep and languish.
management w ill Increases rapidly , had been
d Jecidcd to make no applica
waler piped Into II. water nine at >son lot for lino cash
Rut ;>atience still abides with him until he meets the duffer, who ♦ I
In value. That Is why the people tion for n< dates.
barn This la a splendid pince nnd
cries, with loud and brutal vim:
"You only think you suffer! ♦
If, as it now seems ---------
This news came out almost stmul-
should vote on f
” ' to keep I taneously
close Io school
14.500.-15-room house, hath and
Get up, get up and cease your groans, abandon this confusion! ♦'United States and Great Brltil
__ In can those who are friendly to the muni-
pantry, electric lights, sewer coç- .
♦ You have no aching head or bones—it's all a cheap delusion! ♦ 1
|KÎ per acre. 60 acres between Eu
ucci ions, city water. 80-foot drill
♦ Why have the doctor make a trip, and bring his train of nurses? « reach an agreement by which hoHtlli-
dpal ownership policy In charge oflJX
g redemption there. The
ed well, good barn and chicken
There are no things like colds or grippe, or sneezes, coughs or ♦
Willamette and McKenzie rivera:
house. House Insured for $-'
curses. Don't sit around around and weep and sigh, and say things ♦ ties between them will forever be city affairs until thetn; public enter ’ —._.j unnouncenient, signed
by A. Daingerfield, secretary, says:
rents for $40. !x,t • • 2-2x1 *o ft
wild and wooly; swear you are well, though It's a lie. and you'll be è barred, one ot the greatest advances
land; nothing nicer near r.ug>ui»
"At a meeting of the representa
prises are on a firm and substantial
$2,1100 cash. $1,700 on or before
feeling bully!” Buch language Jars me to the quick, when I am ♦
Wn will take pleasure In showing
weak and ailing; what fun is there in being sick, if one must quit ♦
thia place, for It la something wo
the Brooklyn Jockey club, the West
can highly recommend. Terms
chester Racing association, the Hara-
11,500 New, three-room hungal»»
If these two great nations can bind
i toga association, the Queens County $9,000 47 acres. 2 mlli-e weal; good
Copyright, 1811, by George Matthew Adams.
and largo back sleeping porch, all
bouse, sightly location, burn nnd
I themselves to arbitrate their differ
screened in. good, largo wood
oeher out-bulldlngs; tram, wagon
operating the first rotary press,
shed all under main roof, cement
ences, an example will be set to the
Jockey club, held today. It waa derid
and harness; light wngon, 70
foundation, good pump, young
printing from stereotype plates, of ed to make no application to the
chickens, eight cords wood, five
rest of the nations that they In time
fruit trees and berries. I-et 55
Blate Racing commission for racing
OPPOSITION TICKET AND ITS SUPPORTERS
and other tools. $3,000 cash, bal
Portland. Every real newspaper has
"As the so-called directors’ liabil
ance one and two years.
War is economically wrong, en
■12,500 Double your money by
ity law remains on the statute hooks,
The morning paper asserts that its candidates for mayor tailing as It does the sacrifice of the to install such a press sometime, and the same reason exists, as In Septem $5..">00 15 acres cion in, on Frv-
purchasing 10 acres right near the
Jug road; seven-room house, barn,
city limits, plant It to fruit, Its
and councilmen are in favor of municipal ownership. If that is best blood of the nations, a frightful It speaks volumes for Eugene that In ber, 1910, for keeping the course chicken
the right stuff for fruit. Get s
this respect also It sets the pace for closed, and It was further decided to
true, then they have chosen a poor advocate for their cause.
wall, fine family orchard, will take
waste of money and an awful des
move on you. take our hunch.
make this public announcement.”
city property up to $2.500; will
Good sidewalk right out ot It.
The morning paper has opposed municipal ownership at ev truction of property.
give time on $2,000, or possibly
Gently sloping land. If you don't
Racing Gone; Park to be Hold
ery step. It has abused and vlllified the men who were leading There never has appeared to b<
say Its good we will give It to
New Orleans, March 21
When the . more at six per cent.
Yesterday the press dispatches directors of the New Orleans Jockey I
|K0 per acre
140 ncres. close In.
the fight for it, and everybody who knows anything at all knows any good reasons why nations should I
stopped the advance ot the Ameri club meet next Thursday It Is report
on beat road In the county; loo
that is why it is seeking now to defeat the officials who were not be forced to settle their mlsun-<
ed they will consider a plan to dis
acres In cultivation; fine grove Wo can show you the moat modern
can army faio Mexico; today we may pose of the City Park racing plant.
and up-to-date five-room house In
instrumental in acquiring the water and filtration system and derstandlngs In court, just as their
timber; running stream through
expect to have the war correspond It Is said the owners do not believe
the city, beautiful south and east
one end of place; house, barn and
electric power plant owned by the people of Eugene.
subjects are obliged to adjust their
racing can be revived In this state.
earner lot xoxRO feet for fs.ooo.
ents order an immediate advance.
Owner going away—big cut.
If the morning paper is really supporting men for office who differences.
are sincerely in favor of operating these public utilities in the It seems possible that those now This fine March weather pleaaea Use
D. D. D ,
Interest of the people, then it should begin the reformation hon living will see the day when wars the thousands of incoming home wash, that recog cd re
zema and oil
estly by humbly apoligizing to the officials it has slandered and will be no more.
seekers; and everybody else, for that drops take aw»
Itch, cleanse t
maligned without cause because they were faithful to their
This would be the fulfillment Of matter.
pledge of municipal ownership and have carried it through to what heretofore have been consider
Ing like D I). D. for Y
a successful termination. If it now recognises and endorses, ed only the dreams of poets and oth Medford is sending out a ton of Get a 25c trial botilC
worth ten times Its coft
as it pretends to do, the results of a policy it has opposed at ' er lovers of humanity.
□aw advertising literature. When it
drop Into our store to Talk over the
every step of its progress, it can only make due reparation and
comes to boosting, they surs go some merita
mertta of this wonderful preecrlp-
prescrip Jack Rodman
Henry W. Stewart George W. Ford .... Geo. D. O’Connor
of Eugene owns prop-. dowB lb„.
convince the public of its sincerity by : upporting these officials.
The Jack Rodman Company
Linn Drag Co., Eugene, Oregon.
14 EAST EIGHTH STREE’