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MTCTVITOnn MATL TKTBUNR MEDFOttD.
OF FIFTY YEARS
SAN D1KCO, CM.. Jan. 27. Tho
TecorJ storm of fifty years continued
until today. Tho expected renewal
of tho disturbance hlt'thlt city last
Might and high winds and a nelthiR
rain provnllcd throughout tho night.
Tho rainfall to date since July 1
has been na much as tho tall In the
entire preceding twelve months. Th )
cjty reservoirs are filling rapidly.
Bplondld crops arc assured.
It was found today that small
craft moored In Mission Bay, a shal
low section of San Diego harbor,
suffered In the gale. How many
wore sunk could not bo learned early
today. Streetcar traffic on many
lines was tied up. No trains In or
out on the Santa Ke since early yes
terday havo been run. Suburban
service, of tho San Diego and Souti)
Knstcrn Is damaged.
As tho day progressed, tho cloudn
began to break and showed signs of
tho storm's abating.
COL. GORGAS TO BE NAMED
ARMY SURGEON GENERAL
OTCtfllON. TUESDAY, .TANUATCY 27,
.-jj i1. , '--:
Prrslileut Wilson has Vlrtntilly e
looted Coloue) William t' CorRa. of
the l'niuuiu Cul CommNslim, for
Surpeon eirr 1 1 1 t'ie army
FIVE MILLION DOLLAR LOSS
(Cottlaiet tma pa 1.1
to trnffie yestenlny wns the South
crn Pacific's Shasta route to Port
land. Tho Shasta Limited rolled
into Oakland last night nbottt six
hours late. It was the only train to
nrrive from outside tho state during
lleports from Fresno today Rtnted
that the lowlying section of that city
was under several feet of water, but
that the threatened break in the lev
ees had been prevented. Hundreds
of men worked all nicht. A cessa
tion of the storm had relieved condi
tions and no further damage was
expected unless n new storm arises.
Tho city of Sonorn, in Tuolumne
county, was still isolated
Traffic by both railroad and
NEW HIGH LEVEL
IN STOCK MARKET
NEW VOKK, Jnn. 27.-Five thou
sand shares of Sleehvarc sold at the
opening of the slock market todnx.
tho stock touching n new Iruh level
for the movement. In nu active buy
ing movement, Canadian Pacific
jumped I1!. Amalgamated ro-e 1.
After the buying orders were filled
there was ceneral reaction. Texas
Pacific, Hock Island and Consolidat
ed Gas dropped 1 each. The market
wns still under pressure at noon, hut
a be'ter tone dcvtdoed in the lute
trading, nud the close wns stendy.
Rnnds were irregular.
FOR STEALING WIFE
OHKflON CITY, Or., .Ian. 127. - Al-
loging that the former contender for
the light wv:Kht boxing championship
of the world had alienated the affec
tions of his wife, Ouy 11. Pace, n
I bnther, today brought suit against
Hud Anderson for $."UOO in the cir
cuit court here.
In August, 1D1H, Pace secured u
divorce from his wife on the same
allegations named in the alienation
Pace ullegcs in the suit filed todnv I
that Anderson sought out and be
came acquainted with his wife in
September, ItMl, and sulwqueutlv
held secret meetings with her. It is
further alleged that after he and his
wife moved to Melon. Cal., Ander
son wrote letters to Mr. Pace and
called her on the long-di-tauee tele
phone. Automobile rides alleged lo have
been taken bv Mrs. Pace and Ander
son in l.os Angeles and Oregon Citv
are uNo lecouuted in the complaint.
ONE MILLION DOLLAR LOSS
(Continued from paga 1.)
threatened thu levees. The citrus
crop there was lepovted sufc. The
body of Frank Hios, an aged Mexi
can th owned in Santiago creek, was
Kl Monte mid San (labriel liver
reached its highest mink In years.
Search vvi.s being made for the body
of .lose Hodriguer, who was drowned
while catching di if twood.
One hundred thousand dollars was
the damage estimated at Monrovia.
One death occurred here ns the re
sult of the storm Hugh S. Haven, a
retired capitalist, being drowned in
tv flooded gutter.
Kullerton, Anaheim and other Or
ange county towns, repotted the cit
rusand walnut crops safe. Two
trans-continental trains were moved
through Kiilleitou lodav, and the
branch line between that town and
Cotton, the only line open, was
crowded with trains of three mads.
!"!. 1 ,
H'.l ..JLUL..I.. T
UTAH MOUNTAIN AVALANCHE
CAUSES DEATH OF THREE
The Santa Ana river at Santa Ann
rose six feet during the night and
t -t-'-T r -t t r t i
OLD-TIME GOLD CURE
DRINK HOT TEA I
was tied up. The town was under
two feet of water and the water in
the -nearby streams was higher than
nt any time in twenty years. All
stores and buildings in the lower part
of tho town were flooded. The Si
erra railroad, which operates be
tween Onkdnle and Sonorn, mnde no
nttempt today to send trains
Flood Danger! rossca,
San Jose reported that all danger
from floods in tho Santa Clara and
Pnjaro volleys had passed. The wa
ters began to recede last night and
today the lowlands which were sub
merged -fril of yesterday wero free
from florid waters. Itanchers along
Coyote creek who fled from their
homes enrly yesterday moved back
Father Jerome Iticnrd, Santa
Clnra university's "padre of the
ruins," scored another victory over
the government weather bureau here.
The official forecast wns for con
tinued rain today. Father Ilicard
predicted that the storm would break
away last night nnd that today would
bo clear. His prediction was borne
out. The day dawned cloudless and
every indication here is for contin
ued fair weather.
Oct a small package of Hamburg
Itrtaat Tea, or as the G train folks
I flll ir "llamFit.mn Ilm., ' hM " .1 n.t.
today. ( pharmacy. Take a taMpoonful of the
team ( tea, put a cup oi boiling water upoa
it, pour tnrougn a elevo ana drink a
teacup full at any tune during the
day or before retiring. It Is the mott
effective way to break a coll anJ cure
grip, aa it opens tho pore of the akin,
relieving congestion. Alo looacn tha
bowels, thus breaking up a colj.
Try It the next time you suffer from
a, cold or tho grip. It is inexpensive
and entirely vegetable, therefore safe
and barmlcaa. '
Sub Soreness from joint and muscles
with a small trial bottle of
old St Jacob Oil
Stop "doting" Rheumatism.
It's pain only; not one com In fifty
requires Internal treatment. Rub sooth
log, pt-nctrating "SL Jacobs Oil" rleht
on the "tvnder spot," and by the tlmo
you say Jack Robinson out comes the
rheumatic pain. "St. Jacob's OH" Is
a harmless rheumatism cure which never
disappoints and doesn't burn the skin. It
take pain, soreness and etlffneu from
aching joints, muscles and bones; stops
sciatica, lumbago, backache, nruralgin.
f Limber upt Get a 25 cent Ixittlo
of old-time, honeit "St. Jacob-, Oil"
from any drug store, and In a rnnnunt
you'll be free from pains, aches an 1
stiffness. Don't suffer! Rub rheuma
Why you should come to me for
glasses: My preparation for this
work was tho best that money, tlmn
and dllllgent application could ob
tain; my practical experience has ex
tended over a period of many years:
I am methodical and skilful! In ex
amlng tho eyes, and uniformly suc
cessful In locating their defects, my
lenses arc especially ground accu
rately ground and always glvo the
expected roller, and last, but a fact
worth remembering, my charges are
reasonable for good work. Inferior
work not performed at any price.
Suite 1-2, Over Deuel & Co.
S. & II. Green Trading Stamps Given
STORKS, Utah, Jan. 27. With a
roar heard for miles an avalanche,
sweeping down tho mountain side
here Monday Instantly killed three
and seriously Injured threo other.
Four houses were ground to splinters.
Kvery tree in tho avalanche's path
was snapped off at the roots.
Tho bodies of Mrs. Anna Tackovich
and two Greek miners woio recovered
all trapped In their homes where they
wero crushed almost beyond recognition.
Ida Wltherell, ago H ynr, daugh
ter of Mrs. Arthur Walsh, was or
dered committed to the state Indus
trial school this morning by County
Judge Ton Velio, nt a hearing boforo
Prosecutor Kelly. Ida alleged that
sho was assaulted by a btnckamlth In
an alfalfa field, a week ago. but ow
ing to the lack of corroborative evi
dence arrests have not yet been i
made. Tho accused denied the alle
gations of tho girl, but was unnhlo to
shake her story.
Ida Is tho second member of thn
Wltherell family to bo Involved In
statutory charges boforo tho proba
tion officers within a month. Kelt I
a sister, inadn charuea that caused
thu arrest of Tom Witt. They wero
married a couple of weeks ago, thu
Kroom escaping trial by jury, and the
bride a term In tho ludustrlnl hchool,
W. J. BRYAN OUTLINES
PRESIDENT WILSON'S POLICY
NI2W YORK, .Inn. 37. -Preslilont
Wilson's policy toward business ami
his proposed legislation affecting
trustH promise to lower tho cost oi
living at homo and Increase Inter
national trade, Secretary llryan as
serted before tho American Asiatic
society last night.
llr'au discussed tho administra
tion's attitude toward foreign com
morco as reflected by tho tariff and
currency measures and the policies
toward prlvato monopoly and tho ChU
neso loan uucstltm.
Of tho trust regulation and prob
jij't'j Uu-i. tu.au. i
able effect III) an said; "Tho prc(i
dent has outlined thn reform whoso
Influence cannot bo butiuded by nat
ional Hues, He had declared war on
private monopoly, Thin means thn
Investment of capital hlthnrtn fright
ened away from our Industrial fields"
Antliorlnntloti of International
hnnkH under tho currency law will
iitlmulato the foreign trade In tho
Orient and Mouth America, llrynti
said, and the new tariff menus a lar
ger International trade,
llugeiiii Wnftbr'a play, "Tho Plato
Woman," lit to havo Its. first prmlur
tlon In Clotcliud at the end of thin
The trustees of thu Oregon Stale
Library In Salem Invito bids on list
of books to be furnished school li
braries of tho state, for 19 H and flvo
years thereafter. Lists and condi
tions upon request, lllds opened
February 15. 203
This Baking Powder
Keeps Its Strength
The Inrgc can of K C lasts longer
than 25 cents worth of other baking
powders but no matter how long it
takes to get to the bottom the last
spoonful is just as good as the first.
K C raises the nicest, lightest biscuits,
cakes and pastry you ever ate, and it
is guaranteed pure and wholesome.
For noodneu iui;c, ujc K C.
May Help Yon If
Longs Are Affected
I'rnprr diet, frnh air and trmixrat
tiablu are IwuftlcUl to rroa luffrrloc
from Luds Trouble; bat In s crrst nunj
In.MDce rrport. ibow ttint the addition
of a medicine for tbl ffrrtloa bat tua
terUUjr tielprd lo brtnglntt stout rrrufrrr.
for wore than flflwu rrsri Kckmao a
Allrratlre, a medicine fur Thruat and
Uins Trouble, lis nrrompUtrird sood
rejnll. Itt-fld nruat It did In tnU caw:
Miidltoa take, Minn.
"Gentlemen In Deertntx-r, Um, March,
1MU. and Hepternlwr. 1WU, 1 wna takcu
with beuorrnaccs of the Iudsi which con.
fined me arreral weeks, t-acu tlmn to wy
tied. My doctor tdvUed me to go Wet.
In JiotvuiIht I darted for Denrer,
f'ol. After my antral I met Michael
lirodr, who, Uoa learnlns of my condi
tion, crsed uk- to take Kckuiau-. Altera
tire. I kept on tnklne the medicine and
ImproTed fait. In Marcti, l'Jl". 1 re
turned borne. I am entirely well, bars
a .auuu opiwuie aou aieen wen. vnea
I left Denver my weUbt wn 10 round..
I now welea llVi. mi normal welvhi. I
thank nod and your AlterattTe fur my'
VAVU U KASNACHT.
(AtKJTe abbreTlatrd: more un reuucit.l
IVkman'a Alteratlre baa been proien by
many yearn' teat to be moat efflrackiua
for terere Throat and Ijinir Affection.
Hronchltl". Ilroncbla! Ambma. Htubtora
Coida and In upliulMlne the sy.tem.
Contalna no narcotic. ijlon or habit
formlnc drum, Ak for booklet telllnv
of recorerle. and rlli to Krkman
Ijiboratnry. rhlladetphla, I'n., for evi
dence, i'or aalo by all leading druggtata
Red Letter Day Wednesd'y
TEN (: Green Trading Stamps will be given away FREE
without a purchase, to all who call at the premium parlor at
M. M. DEPARTMENT STORE
Clearance Sale Prices for Wednesday
7f Silk "Waists, all sizes, all col
ore, fancy effects.
$2.00 Waists at $1.00
$3.00 "Waists at ?1.50
$4.00 Waists at $2.00
$5.00 Waists at $2.50
1000 yards of Cluny Laces, all
widths, on sale at, yard. ......... 5
5 to 81 sale ... ...... 982
81. toll, wile $1.29
111:: toL, sale $1.59
Specials in other Shoes.
Of all kinds of Piece Ooods, special
priced for this sale.
To close out all tho Coats that are
in stock, we have reduced them
. NEW SPRING GINGHAMS
Just received, best values, new pat
terns, our price, per yd.
NEW SPRING RIBBONS
Girdle Brocade, in Silk and.Volvet
Ribbons, swell new styles 'and
novelties, prices, yd 18 to G9t
WW IjKAI), OTIIIOKS FOLLOW.
Exclusivo Dry Goods Storo with or
iginal S. & H. Green Trading
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A SHOE SALE
WHICH WILL APPEAL TO EVERYONE
THIS SALE WILL BE FOR TWENTY DAYS ONLY, COMMENCING JANUARY 26, ENDING FEBRUARY 14
There are two reasons why wo put on this sale: First, wc do not like to carry certain Shoes over from 0110 season to another. Second, we need the shelf room for our now
Spring Shoes. Our store is entirely too small, and it is not practical to make room on our shelves for present stock and Spring Shoes at the same time. A combination of
circumstances which result in seasonable shoo buying bargain opportunity. Let it bo understood that this is not a sale of "Seconds" or "Way-Offs" which is a general
exquse for "Sale." Every Shoe on sale is of the latest model. We are going to retain a few styles which we havo sized up for spring and so'mo of the Spring Shoes already
in ni me regular price. jNevertneiess, it tliere are any jMen's or Women's Shoes which you havo had and desire again wc will allow you 00c on another pair. JIo
of our inducements, Every price is a Money-Saver:
X , . $2.Gy
$0.00 ITand-scwed patent or kid vamp button $5.00
$5.00 tans and patents, button $4.00
$4.50 tans, patents, gun metals, etc., button and lace $3.65
$4.00 gun metal calf, patents and kid, button and lace $3.35
$3.50 gun metal calf, tan patents, button and laco $2.80
$3.00 gun metal calf, patents, button and lace $2.45
kid, button and lace $2.15
10 on all Fancy Slippei-s except new goods just received.
10 OFF ALL CHILDREN'S SHOES.
re are houio
MEN'S SHOES ' )
7.00 Nettleton imported Russia hand sewed innerseam, 3 soles lo heel..$fl.OO
$().50 Nettleton smooth calf Jilucher, Tarsic and Kermit last , v $5.50
$0.00 Wallc-o or custom made receding last ..., , , $5.00
$5.00 Walk-Over and Just Rights, button & Hluc.her, tan, gun metal c.'lf.$4.00
$4.50 "Walk-Over and Just Rights button & Bluchor, tan, gun metal calf.$3.5
$1.00 Walk-Over and Rice & Ilulchlns tan and black, button and lace . $3.35
$3.50 Western, tan, gun meial, colt skin, button and Uluchor $2.80
$3.00 Western, gun metal, button and Jiluchor $2.45
10 off on Men's House Slippers.
10 OFF ALL MEN'S HEAVY LOW AND HIGH OUT SHOES.
Good Fit Shoe Store