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fHT TWICE A WEEK GUARD
THURSDAY. MARCH 83. 1911
Easter Carnival Sale-All Week äss GETEXPERIMENT
FÍNE LACE AND EMBROIDERY
THOUSANDS OF YARDS AT A THIRD TO A HALF LESS THAN THEIR REAL WORTH
Never before have wc had the opportnuity to offer such wonderful values in fine Laces
ar.d Embroidery as this, our Easter Carnival Sale, contains. It is the result of buying in
large quantities direct from the mill people.
Even at such prices as we arc offering this
week, only the very newest and most desirable styles are offered.
DON’T FAIL TO VISIT "HIS STORE THIS WEEK IF YOU HAVE NEED FOR LACE AND
FMBROIDERY—-MANY VERY SPECIAL PRICES BEING OFFERED IN THESE GOODS
Corset Cover and Flouncing
19c to 58c the vard
On one counter v.e are showing Corset Cover« and
Flouncing Embroidery. Nainsook and fine Swiss,
many elegant and rcr desire*. snF cne of which is
worth from a third to a half more than salo price.
One Lot at 1 5c the yard
Lnccrtieas an! edges to match, and the values run
up to 25 cents a jxtd.
Another Lot at i Oc the Yard
Many would be good saluta at 20 cents the yard.
Insertions and edges to match.
EMBROIDERIES THAT WE HAVE BEEN
SELLING AT S2.25 REDUCED TO S1.98
Many of our finest embroideries have been reduced
in price for the week.
51.50 Embroideies $1.35
This lot of beautiful oriental designs Is now being
offered al great bargain prices, for they were extra
'values at our former sale price.
Embroideries at 5c the Yd
Edgings with insertions to match, and the ralues
run up to 10c. They are going fast at this price
and you should come early this Week for best
Friday and Saturday are to Be the Big Lace
Days—Make Y our Arrangmets Accordingly
During these two days we will devote more «eace to the display of all kinds of Lace, as by that time
we will have sold many of the Embroideries now taking up much of the space on our bargain conuters.
There will be two lots In this sale—one at 5c and oae at 10c the yard. Both lots will include many new
patterns and the values will be extraordinary.
We Are Closing Out Mens and Boys’s Clothing'
We now have on hand about sixty-five Suits which are going at wholesale prices and less.
$8.50 Suits ......
Ik I / ^11
All at one price
Now offered at—
And good values. now,h|* FAraWV
Newland’s-liw Quality Store
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦g
April 22; apprentice map engraver.
April 26; scientific assistant in farm
equipment in the bureau of plant in
department of agriculture,
April 28 and 27; junior chemist.
May 3 and 4.
Oklahoma eame in this afternoon
from the north and are quartered
at the Hoffman House for a few
days. included in the party are the
following: E. W. Black and daugh-
ter. of Taloza; H S and F. E Hoyt.
of Taioza; E C. and G. P. Perkins,
The T. W. C. A. of the High of Setting
Following is a summary of weath
They are all prosperous
er in Eugene for the 24 hours end school will present "Breezy Point,” people and will buy farm» in thia
ing March 22, at 8 a. m.: Maximum a comedy of three acts which has vicinity.
temperature, 57; minimum, 37; di attained success in Portland, next
rection of wind, southeast. Atmos Saturday, March 25, at 7:30 p. m.. at
O J Mills, an expert pool player,
the High school building. Admission will give an exhibition in the Ar
phere conditions, partly cloudy.
Forecast—Fair tonight and Thurs 25c and 35c. Tickets on sale at the cade billiard parlors back of Otto's
Y. M. C. A. building.
tonight. Thursday afternoon and
evening. He will play "China Pool.”
The following took the stages out and other fancy games and give an
Dillons for drugs.
of Eugene this morning:
Mr». exhibition well worth seeing, There
Tollman's studio for photos.
Trotter to Hendricks' bridge on the will be no admission fee. Mills was
McKenzie; C. C. Beck and wife to here a couple of years ago and at-
The notarial commissions of L. Point Terrace; C. McCrlmmin. W. H. tracted a large crowd.
M. Travis and Miss Edith Gardner Martin and O. H. Hangen to Maple
were filed ith the county clerk to ton; Mr Bentley asd wife to El-
The contract between the Eugene
mira and J. Blanton to Elmira.
Commercial club and Bonnett Brea-
where in the latter agree to erect a
F. E. Blair, the commission mer-,
An unusual picture is being shewn two-story brick block for the club
chant, today shipped a car load of1 at the Shell theatre today and was signed today and the work of
potatoes from Eugene to Sacra-, Thursday, entitled "Looking For building the block will begin
ward.” It shows the world as the side of ten days cr two weeks.
author thinks it will be in the year concrete foundation wms put in
W. B. Mamme? has been award 2010 or 100 years from now with year. As soon as th" plans
ed the contract to build the Ramage the sexes changing places and the completed by the architect the con
residence on East Twelfth and High ladies assuming the gentleman's tract will be let and active construc
walks of life and vlca versa.
tion will be begun.
Ail of the a. p. sawmills at Mar-
Dr. Bennett, of the university, will
cola have closed down and many la deliver an address before the central
borers who have been employed there Patron-Teacher association Friday
afternoon. March 2 4, at 3:45 on
The Moral Education of the Child.”
The elcctrl? power went back on This is a subject in which every
the streetcar company again last ev- parent should be interested and all
cring and the cars were idle for parents who can. should avail them
selves of the opportunity of hearing
Pupils of the sixth
Professor Barker, of the U. of O. grade will sing the Italian cradle
hes purchased from the Kay Gun xosg.
company, one of their new "Indian”
Mr. end Mrz. J. B. Young were in
the city from Fall Creek this after-
W. M. Brown and family are ex noon.
peeled here in a day or so from Je f-
E. R. Davis ad bride have return
fer3on. Iowa, to reside. Their bag-
gage has been here for teveral days. ed from their honeymoon trip north
and will :oon begin keeping house.
Household goods camo in this
morning for H. A. Cook and family,
H. E. Hey and wife are down from
recent arrivals from Ladoga, Ind. Winberry.
Mr. Hey is connected
They will reside at 527 Washington with the railroad construction work.
R <■. Keeney, the real estate deal
George E. Spaulding today began er. has established a branch office
«aft in the circuit court against at Monroe. He is handling property
James Hughes to recover $80. with In that vicinity oa a large scale.
Interest from July 18, 1910. He al-
leges that he loaned Hughes $100
C. G. Fonday and family are re
end has received only $20 of it.
cent arrivals here from independ-
enee, Iowa, They are living for the
Mr«. Jos. Dubrille, who is visiting present at 502 Washington street.
1n Pittsburg. Pa., writes h*r hus
band here under date of March 15.
W. O. Cook'« brick plant west of
that a terrible blizzard was raging the city has been idle for a few days
in lhat part of the country on tho on account of a break in the machin
day she wrote. Quite different in ery. Frazer's Iron works is repair
ing th" break and the plant will be
started again Friday.
Cottage Grove Deader: The Cala-
pooya hotel at London Snrfngs will
W. J. .Miller, who lives on Spring
be under the management of Mr. field K. F. D. No. 2, was in town to
Wilson late of Eugene, who is said day. He spent some time tn Cali
to lie a first class caterer. This is fornia during th" past winter, but
or.* of I-anc's most delightful sum concluded that Oregon Is a better
place in which to live, The country
about Stockton suffered from disas-
examinations arc trous floods while h* was there.
scheduled for Eugme as follows:
Modelo;- in the national muccttni on
A number of new arrivals frpmj
Th* district convention of the Wo
men« Home Missionary society of
the M. E. church will meet here to
morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
with an attendance of fifteen or
twenty delegates from other points
ir the district. They will arrive on
the two o'clock train. In the even
ing at 7:30 o'clock the public is in
vited to hear Mrs. Hill, of New York,
national worker, who la making a
tour of tho coast states.
The railroad trainmen of Rosa-
burg have written to D. C. F ree-
man. manager of the promotion de
partment of th" Commercial club,
that they want to run a Sunday ex
cursion to Eugene some time in
April and ask the department to
select picnic grounds here. These
railroad excursions were at ono time
very popular in this part of the
state. Every year for several years
excursions were run from Eugene to
Salem, tho fare being $1 for the
One year excursions
came to Eugene from a« far south
as Roseburg and north as far as Sa
lem. There was a big game of base
ball and other amusemens for the
Midway park, with its
baseball grounds and picnic grove,
has been mentioned as a place for
the railroad men's picnic next month.
J. D. Dammon, who han been in
the city from Portland for a few
days, went to Cottage Grove to look
after hla property there.
H. Clark and wffo. after a visit at
the home of Mrs. Clark a parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Bonney left thia af
ternoon for Ashland. Mr. Clark lx
connected with the Warren Con
struction company in its paving op
erations and has been transferred
from Chehalis to Ashland.
Hon. R. G. Smith, of Granta Paas,
^nt through Eugene thia afternoon
rki his way horn* from an outing at
Commercial Bodies Ought to
Take Up Matter With
0. A. C.
A» the center of one of the greatest
and most productive fruit growing
district« In the Pacific Northwest,
Eugene believes that it should have
a horticultural experiment station
The matter »h.iuld be
taken up by the Commercial club and
other organization« of the city. Com
mittees should I m * appointed to go to
Corvallis and confer with the author
ities of the stale agricultural college
on this point.
The last legislature passed a law
appropriating mone» for the exten
sion of horticultural knowledge and
experimentation. Aevordfn/ to the
act. this work Is placed In charge of
the agricultural college.
Such a committee should point out
■ ■ heart <M the
fruit producing area and that with
only a fraction of the area that la
bound to be devoted to the proti ur
H oq of prtxe-winning
fruit la the
With an experiment station located
here In charge of a horticultural ex
pert. it is believed that a great im
petus would be given to the fruit
growing Industry, not onl> as to the
Increase in the average but In the
matter of improving the quality, it
would enable the grower to »e« uro
the advice of an expert, a competent
authority on all the problems that
arise In the orchards
FOR MAYOR. GIVES
M. S. Barker, independent randi-
date for mayor, gtves his platform
2. To put the city on a good fl-
water supply pure
2. -—To keep
and w holesome so our people «ill
have the best of health.
3. —To use the utmost economy
consistent with good government.
4. —To keep the streets and sew
er» In good order.
5. -—To enforce ail the law».
6. —To put the McKenzie power
plant on a paying basis.
“.--To work for a reduction in
8. —To work with the Commercial
dub. merchants' protective associa
tion. municipal league and kindred
associations for the benefit of the
moral atmosphere of the city.
9. —To help new Industries that
-$rlH employ labor of all kinds. No
community can be pro»;"rous with-
31. S. BARKER
Candidate For Mayor
USS (U co.
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let him out'*2*9 2*. shorts,
tylng appear' doean t
»a a bull' oli thè market
li* **** *17925
llutter, Fgg. •"'I I'oulu,
gglce» to thè arower thl» >«ar wlll
*» decldedl» «atlefartory
■t of llebrrw» In thè New Y>trk nor doxen
CMEEHE Naw Oreg,
flarket ha» »onte prime» tu »e’I. »hfl
thla combine la fludtng prtee» »alia cream twins, it; 0 14V V « if
ta» u»ry lo everybody r*<uyl>vU»UW ;
Anterft'as. 16 9 16 4, “*• I«
' re»a k
Kgg» *t«-a<ly; l'<«liry FWw-
* The rgg market ap|>*M* »• *•*•$
«h-dtetl some* hai
At 20 cent», ih* 19c; foncy h*n». th
qr<valllng prie* loda». dealer» r* I live. Hr. gees« live,
pCrtcl thè dcnisnd hard!) snlflclenl keys. dr*»»*<l 2 2 H « ■
K effect a clea-up. and th*r* »<*»
dynalilerahle accumulati'»»» Of stock and two-pound print» ' ' 4 lu*r> i
pound; carton* aiut
fl some quarter»
* The market <>n dreeaed meat»
«boater», tlam« •'■I >K
dmwed an ra»y Ione. »Uh beat «rade
rt»l movlng In a moderate »»'
7 0 *C, barring «•
tn 12 cent» ard tane» pork at
shrimp. 13c; smal, I' S I 2f
in rhlnuek. 16c; fro«<-n
|k>th linea »howed a tAndrney to
*■« ■! lower figure»
oi) t’l'Hs, '
J For poultry, ben» and «birken» In pound«, lit; Olympi..
■fleti, alar, therr waa a a ■ <>d demand
A thè prie*» last quoted with the
cannkd S almon '
uii'piy limited Th* market prom
I I*. 7
hold up well throughout the river. 1 pound tall»
H 4*. $
V Isaki ti
"in thè buttar market therr »ere !-p<>und ovals. $8 i>,,
d(, developnient» of Importsnfe. «’»tv
fleamery produci» lM>lng the »(rong
tea ture Cher»r «ni -irud’ 1« **»»
1 grrei brisket 11
«4 thr raligr laat quotati
50. Ixan pork $2 7. t,
l'octlaiid l.i»«-«to<h Market.
HAI/r CURED Mi '
Portland March 23 «• The fha*
•prlng lambì of the »raion «ere aold • hort clear» 14c; short
at the atorkyard» >r»terda.»' and tbev IS to M Ib». I 4.
bgought Ilo» hundred
Ibvie »era .14 Hr.
19 head In the lut and they «vnragrd meat«, smoked. |l«r hl
Js pound» In welght
3 The mutton market w»a firm Pork, fancy. 10 Q I ir. ,
th roti xhout. A bunch or 172 »«tra 012c; heavy 7 0|oc
HAM*— 10 to 12 i ’«r.ds. |fi
__ I<>> pound*
0pod la ruba, averaglng
va» aold at $3 kf> Another bl» lot 13 to 14 pounds. 17 4 « r. 14 tg
X 52 4 lamba brought I 25 Sbrwp pounds. 17e; plcnha, 13c; rtg
roll. 13 He
ranged troni *3 50 lo (5
The top prie* paid for »t<*er» dur- ¡
Ìg thè day waa >6 25. A few hop» I
i ere suld at *8 50
11, rolled boneleaa be«-’ >’»,
Recetpta yratrrda) Were* I* est-1 BARON Fancy. 27.
' ■ English, io to 12»
■a, 5o ah
le*!'. 4 4 hog», Uli:
ah'l ~; fl
T»'« UH» *:
•nw- 12 to 14 pounds l»e «
P4CKI.RD GOODS Pig» («a
Khlp;»ers of the stock wera R. N.
Howard, of Westport I car of eglU* per barrel, annula $13
i lipa, •
and horse»; it F Howard.
LARD— Kettle rendered, tk
drove In 5 horses, and J. S Flint of
Junción City, I car of »h»*p and De. in tubs. 13H* standarts
tie; In tuba. I î H c . baXar»-
Following la the general range if 10 3-4. tubs, lie. rompousd,
values In effect in the North Port cea. 9 Hr. tuba. 9 3*4
Fruita and ArgrtaM»«.
FREMII FRl fTK Ap '•». M
« * 50. god to choli c. $*• 00« 5 50. Ing to quality II 26« 7 54 beg
common to fair. $ I 00 « 4 6'> c.wa. ange» navel» 13 0 .* 73 rr»»d
top $5 25 0 5 5'». fair to good *4"0 $3 on« 4 50. lemon»
« 5 00.
13 "Of- 3 SO. box. plnaapples. 8c pound rtw
calvee. top. 7 50 0 « 00 heavy $'• 00 rlee $ ! 3 9 13 barrel
ONIONS At »hipping
9 7 00. bulls. $1009 5 00. stags.
4 00« :• oo
FOTATOES At »htp.ing «
HOG* Best. *\ 23« * So. fair to
112’01 30 |M*r h’l! t r I H
good. $7 oo y 8 00
w el hers.
14 6*0 1*760 4 00 per hundred
I *6; fair to good. $3 3'l«y 4 oo
14 00« I 4-».
fair to 0 1 75 per cwt; bead lettuce,
10« lb; «
J 3 30. lambs. >1500 &'>• 0M pepper».
$3 60« 4 no per crate «»fllrj
’ a 1Ä
HORSE* Extra h»a» y drsfters !..
1700 pounds. crate sprout» 10r t
$300« 500. 1400 to
$2 Ou box. arti bok<
$150 to |3 30. ' " t-. 1 »■ ' i •
$800 l|o. asparagus. 12 H* I*'
b> *tb. |
drivers $73 up. »addier». »'4 up. box
Hop«. W < mi | and Hide*.
plug* $ I o « 4o
Portland Market Quotations
HIDES Dry hid<> \
(•min. Hour, Ilay. Etc.
14, lb. dry kip No 115«
Track deltv- •ailed < n* third I*»» dr» «¡1.1
er> ; Club, «o« «le; r*d Russian,
19c; salted »teer, 4S, 0 7r; ■
'18 cow, 6 0 « H c stag and bull. 4
*0c; Valley, 91c. fort« fold I
kip. 7 e»c;
green slock, I cent pc'uad !
$25. brewing $23
•hort wool. , 0 <o<-, medita
FLC.'R—Old crop, patents, 14 th long wool, according to qialtty
straights $3850 4. exports. 13 «o. 0 I 25; dry hor»e tOrOl lt.
I j< angora, 60 ti 1 «•: I
Valley. $4 «0. graham. $4 50, w hole
common. 10« 20c
» h»at, $ t 7 "
WOOL Estern Oregon 11*
HAY Track price» Timothy
Eastern Oregon, choice. $19 to20. per pounr. Valleys. 17« Ik
HOFS 1*10 crop. 17 0 l*c 1
Valle» $160 18 alfilfa. $120 13.
grain hay, $110 13 50. clover. $11 crop. 12 9 14c. contract» 144
MOHAIR Choice 32c lb; 4
OATS Nominal producers' prca »red in Portland
a—track. No. I white, $27 « 27 50;
Mrs Altieri Raker returtirt I
Bran, $20 00 Q 21.00; middl. gs. afternoon from a visit at Jutu-t *
OF EUGENE MARKE1
Chlttlm Bark—4 Hr-
Poultry, Fgga._ Etc.
Egga Per doaeu. 17c.
Dairy Butter—Per roll. 55 C iv.
Fryers Per pound. 18 91$.
lieu» Per pound. 13(216.
Fruit», t < geiahlt-». I tc.
Potatoes $1 00 to «I Î6
Onlona- Per cwt ’ 1.31 O IS 60
l.emons >4 0«)
Orange» $2 50
Good Cows- 3 a 4
Common Cows —m 9 3 V»
Steers- 4 tt 5c.
Veal Phlme dressed, under J15
pounds. 7 « 10.
Mutton On •not $Hr
Hogs On foot. 7#7tyc
Hdk« Dre»»«-d. 9t$ 9 >®c-
Iambi 4^4 9 6c.
i.re'n and Fred.
Wheat—Per bushel. 75« 80.
Bran- Per ton. $18 50.
•Mixed Feed Per ton. $21.09.
Shorts Per ton. $32.
Baled Hay- $13 00
Rolled I Barley—f*0
Oats- - Per bushel, 35 0 40.
HIDE?—Dry hides. 16HO14H'
rOKTl.AM) MARKET REPORT
Portland. Or . March 2 3 —The
strawberry season will open the lat
ter part of this week, when the first
shipments *111 arrive from Loe An
geles. The crop is a fins one. ac-
carding to T Pearson, who returned
yesterday from a trip through South
"The first berries In chest ship
ments will reach Portland the end of
the week and within two weeks the
trult will be moving this way In car-
lots The weather In that section Is
Ideal now for th" maturing of the
fruit and the quality promises to I»*
very fine The Florin and Penryhn
sections also promise to turn out an
excel ent crop of berries
reage at Penrybn is much Increased
and the shipments are going to bs
"The frost got the bulk of the al
mond crop and caught some apricot»,
but peaches, plums, apples. pear«
and grapes, will yield heavily It will
be a long box market tor California
fruits this year.
"With the Improve;..ent in the
weather, the vegetable crops are re
covering. but celery is scarce sh<l
"The orange auction at Loe An
gele« is doing well, from 3'' I
car» being dl»i>o»ed of every week
All the fruit that is auctioned 14 in
transit east, so the deal will have no
effect on he northwestern markets."
Big H< p Demand in California.
Heavy orders for bop contracts
have been received in California, ac
cording to wires received yesterday.
These orders were at 18 cents, but
tho growers decline to sell at the ta
figure. Some of Ihe dealers have
taken refusals at 18 1-2 cents Celi
fornla spot h'jj;? are also wanted,
but growers are ¿aiding back and
nothing under 18 » 2 cent« for
1910a Is considered by »oiler«
In this state there Is a moderate
demand for spots and futures, as has
been the caao for soma time past,
with no burfiiexs resulting
The brewery trade is In a moat
prosperous condition, according to
the revenue bureau's figures
sales In February were about 344.-
000 barrels larger than In the seme
month last year. The official output
figures for January were 3,856.778
barrels, or 298,716 barrels more
than were sold In January,
The net Increase In beer production
for the 12 months ending January
31, 1911, was 4.845,230 barrels, or
8.12 per cent
For h« year ending
Ja niriry 31, 1910, the Increase over
the preceding year was 1,1 34.702
In view of these clrctnn-
stances and the snial!ne?s of avail
able bop supplies. It Is surprising
that bop prices do not advance more
rapidly. The suspicion Is growing to
the minds of hopmen that tho brew
er» do not use the quantity of b^cf*
to the barrel that they uave bec-ti
The phenomenal rbw-
in the price of barlev may also l|-
a factor in cheeking the advance Ip
hops. / At the beginning of the ycaY
malting ; barley was selling at 8$
cents a b ushel at Chicago Yestet-
day it was quoted at $1.04 1-2 a
out labor being employed and well
I think the mayor and rouncfl
should lend what assistance they can
to enterprises that will employ la
10 I favor a commission form of
city government, the conimlsiloners
to be hired by a governing board of
seven, nine, eleven, or thirteen peo
ple. Or* of the board
to act as
chairman or president;
mlssioners to be under their control
on the same print Iple as our school
board or as the directors of a bank
or a railroad corporation
tem has proven Itself In thousands of
cases to be efficient and more suc
cessful than any other.
11 I favor the voting of bonds at
the April election to wire the city
1 2 -i favor the unity of all inter
eats to further thr- welfare, prosper
ity. health and happiness of our
beautiful city, and to let the world
know wc are on the map.
Resnectftilly submitted this 13th
day of February. 1911.
Little Deal In Prunes Reported.
M. 8. BARKER.
Regarding an alleged little man
At your service. ipulation
deal In the eastern prutA-
market, the latest issue of the New
York Commercial says:
Mo.. October, 190».
"The four principal holders of
’ond*r, of No. 292« Oregon prunes In this market to-
:her and agreed to sell no 30-40
a sov"re case o
Oregon prunes at less than 13c »
e suffering from pound.
ommend it to any
Prior to the formation
Kidney trouble. M
Kate Waldorf, the title trust, sellers were accepting
West Calhoun streer Sold by v. J. blds of 1-4 to 3-8 cents under thw4
13« figure. Thr agreement Is a gen
tlemen's agreement and holders in
Miss Gertrude Riisiinell arrived In the pool ar* four Hebrews.
the city from Junction City this af
The same paper makes the fur
Mrs. C. C. Coffman went to Cot
"W. C. Tilson, of Belem. Or., Is
tage Grove this afternoon to visit out with the statement that the mar
at the home of her son for a few kets all over the world appear to be
1 enlrely bare of prunes . The quall-
Announcements for the Year 1911
We will continue to handle the eame line« of F»r»
Machinery that we have during the paat yeags, and will
many new machines added. We employ only experience
and cour'eous help, who will attend to your wants in >
gentlemanly manner. Here are a few of the things «
make a specialty of:
Fresh Garden Seed In bu
Garden Planters and Cultivator
s and D
BLAIS IMPLEMENT AND SEED HOUSE
Successor to Moon Blais Implement Co.
66 EAST NINTH 8TREET
Directly South of the Courthouse
If you want to mal money on your
EGGS. BUTTE POULTRY,
HOGS AN VEAL
We cater to the
select trade in Portia
for your produ
WE PAY CAS
will get top pr*