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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1913)
THE MOKNING O It EG ONI AN, TUESDAY, SEPTE3IBER 30, 1913.
HAM PLAN 10
DEVELOP STATE ON
Portland Commercial Club Ex
pends Offer of Aid to All
Towns in Territory.
SCOPE OF SCHEME IS WIDE
Placing or Reasonably Priced Iand
I Wore Homcseekers Help for
Farm Enterprises and Stop
over Privileges Phases.
Th9 most extensive development
undertaking bestun by the Portland
Commercial Club In Its promotion work
since the first organization of the Ore
gon Development League, with Its hun
dred or more associated clubs through
out the state, is a new plan to organ
ize In the commercial body of each of
the cities of Portland" trade territory
movements for local development of the
surrounding country by the Commer
cial Clubs in those cities.
Tom Richardson, who has engineered
successfully probably more such cam
paigns than any other one man In the
I'nited States, has been engaged by the
executive committee of the Commercial
Club to give the larger portion of his
time to the organization of the move
ment in the trade territory of Portland.
His services will be given by the Port
land Club without charge to the clubs
in which the movement is to be carried
forward, and he will begin his work
immediately after the first of October.
Aid Will Be Given Club.
ii"iu h itufslnnintlt of each of the
communities of the state to its fullest
as the controlling laea 01 me muc-
. r iMi.Vi-ir.lnn will devote his
training and energy to helping the
Commercial Cluos in eacn vj i
up for the work and to raise funds for
their local development campmiia '
build up the country immediately sur
. Three primary phases win oe api
. i . v. -.nv.n.Anf The ulaclng '
land within reach of incoming home
seekers at reasonable prices, arrange
ments to assist financing the farmers
enterprises in development of the soil
j -i mnv in each com
mit! ucisiiiiit -'
munity to arrange with the railroad
companies such terms as win ma "
possible for people traveling westward
in 115 and thereafter to stop off in
various cities of the state through
. . i n(i Komk ncnuainted
Tft mill linrj l " '
with the conditions and opportunities
that are otlerea mem iur rciuiu -ieveloping
homes on the soil of Ore-
t"-There Is plenty of land to be had in
Oregon at reasonable prices." says Mr.
Richardson, "but we have allowed the
idea to become prevalent that the prices
of our lands are exorbitant. What Is
needed is simply organized effort In
each community of the state to over
come this prejudice by using every pos
sible effort to place people In touch
with the means of getting hold of the
land which is available at low prices.
"In regard to tourists passing through
the state. Oregon has an enormous op
portunity for effective work In 191,
when the travel Is at its height to the
Panama-Pacific Exposition. At the
present time people don't stop off be-
t. i - -i ami Kn Francisco.
imeeii twi. -
There Is. however, no reason why they
should not be able to ao so. i
matter that each city In the Willam
ette Valley must take up with the rail
roads for Itself, and If they organize
properly with a determination to get
this concession, they will have no trou
ble In doing so. When people begin to
stop off at the cities along the way
and look about the country. Oregon will
get permanent settlers.
Growth of Movement Need.
"What la needed Is for the strong,
dependable men In each community to
Join the movement and the work that
the Portland Commercial Club is plan
ning to help them to do will bring
about a development In the state within
the next few years such as one scarcely
dreams of now."
The campaign for the $150,000 promo
tion fund of the Portland Commercial
Club is nearing completion and within
a few weeks the fund will be completed.
Already the 119.000-mark has been
passed and contributions, are coming
in with encouraging regularity, al
though the active canvass has been
suspended for a time.
Most recent additions to the list fol
John Wilson Estate Co...
foast Culvert Flume Co.
Prael. Hegele Co
Portland Linseed Oil Co..
TV. R. Markenale A Son...
H. Clay Brdn
Benjamin Merrill Co
P. E. B-risrham
M. C. George
Guard, will be held this evening at the
Armory. Tenth and Couch streets.
This is the first Inspection and muster
since Colonel Charles 11. Martin took
command. A reception will be given to
the ex-oficers of the regiment Imme
diately following the military cere
monies. A large number of invitations
have been sent out and there have been
many acceptances. Battery A, Field Ar
tillery, and Ambulance Company, will
be inspected at the same time and place.
The troops wll be commanded by Lieu
tenant John L. May and Colonel Martin
will receive the review." Captain Clar
ence R. Hotchkiss, regimental Adju
tant of the Third Infantry, will act as
Adjutant. The first battalion of the
Third Infantry will be commanded by
Major Loren A. Bowman and the Sec
ond Battalion by .Major Charles T.
Smith. Battery A and Ambulance Com
pany will be commanded by Captain
H. V. Welch and Captain Novell Cre
Following the parade the enlisted
XEW I'XIFORM ADOPTKD FOR HAR
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INJURED WORKMAN IS PAID
City Recompenses B. Sullivan for
Time Ixst Throngh Accident.
Four days' pay was allowed to B.
Sullivan yesterday by the County Com
missioners, upon the recommendation
of Superintendent of Bridges Murnane.
Sullivan recently was Injured while at
work on the Hawthorne bridge, and
was compelled to take four days off.
He met all of the medical expenses in
curred In treatment and the Commis
sioners thought it only fair that he
sl:ould not lose any pay during; the
period of his Incapacitation.
The Commissioners also allowed pay
for two Assistant Constables for Con
stable Weinberger, who used extra men
during the vacation of his' regular as
sistants. The -time of the extra men
expired September !4.
CLANSFOLK ARE TO SING
Programme AVI 1 1 Be Given Tonight
, at Seamen's Home.
The Ladies" Auxiliary of Clan Ma
cleay have arranged the following pro
gramme for the concert this evening at
the Seamen's Institute. 125 Fifth street
North. between Hoyt and Glisan
Miss Jean Paterson, soprano solo;
Miss Bryce. contralto solo; Mrs. James
Cormack. soprano solo; Mr. Gait, tenor
solo: Miss Marsh, soprano solo: Miss
Hood, reading; Mr. Grey, comic songs;
Jack Lawson, baritone solo: Miss Marie
Roberts and Florence Cunningham,
sailor's hornpipe: Robert Wallace, bass
solo: bagpipe selections by Piper McDonald.
GUARDS TO BE INSPECTED
Dance Will Follow Military Cere
mony at Armory Tonight.
The regular quarterly Inspection of
the Third Infantry, Oregon National
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Harbor Patrolman Gordon.
Attractive-looking uniforms and caps
are to replace the present uniforms
of harbor patrolmen. Harbormaster
Speier and Mayor Albee yesterday re
ceived the first sample of the new out
fit. which will be adopted as the reg
ulation uniform for all policemen in
the harbor service.
The coat is blue serge. double
breasted, with two rows of brass but
tons. On each side of the lapel about
the neck are the letter "H. P." in brass
The cap is larger than the old one,
with the words "Harbor Police" in
front. The badge will be worn on the
lapel of the pocket on the upper left
hand side of. the coat. The first uni
form was tried on yesterday by Patrol
man A. F. Gordon, of the harbor patrol
men will give a dance in the Armory
HEW SYSTEM IS URGED
M. A. MILX.'ER BEXOtrXCES LEG
Stale Commission Form of Govern
ment Xot Indorsed Absolutely
but Change Is Advocated.
That the Oregon Legislatures have
been wasteful of the money of taxpay
ers, that appropriation bills are passed
without consideration and that bills are
passed and defeated without regard for
the interest of the people, was the
statement made yesterday by Milton A.
Miller, United States Collector of Reve
nue for Portland, at the luncheon of
the East Side Business Men's Club yes
terday at Hotel Clifford. Mr. Miller's
subject was. "State Commission Form
of Government." He was introduced as
the Democrat who had been repeatedly
elected to the Oregon Senate by a dis
trict with a large Republican majority.
Mr. Miller declared at the start of his
talk that he was not prepared from
the investigation he had made to in
dorse a straight out commission form
for the State of Oregon, but said that
from his experience in the Oregon Leg
islature ho was satisfied some change
was necessary for the protection of the
interests of the people. . .
"I do not attack the men who attend
the Legislature," said Mr. Miller, "but
the system under which they work. As
a rule they are capable and worthy
men. There is tremendous waste of
money and resources of the state. I
really believe that 10 or 20. men could
handle the appropriation so that $1,500,-
000 could have been saved out of the
INSTITUTE OPENS TODAY
ItESCCK AN'D PROTECTION" AA'ILL
AYcll-Known ' Social AVorkcrs
Take Part In Two
A two days' institute for the pur
pose of discussing the problems of
Rescue and Protective Work" will be
begun at the First Methodist Episcopal
Church, corner Third and Taylor
streets, at 2:30 o'clock today. Dn
Emma F. A. Drake will preside this
afternoon and Rev. William H. Meyer
tonight. Topics of general interest in
the work will be treated. Fifteen min
utes will be allowed for the addresses
and five minutes to each person wish
ing to talk in the discussion which will
Following are the names of some of
the well-known social workers who
will take part in the discussions: Dr.
Sarah Whitesldes, L. L. Levlngs, Rev.
William H. Boddy, F.oscoe P. Hurst,
Thomas Woods. Rev. Philip E. Bauer.
Mrs. Lola G. Baldwin, Rev. Dora Read
Barber, Mrs. M. L. T. Hidden, Miss W.
P. Chandler, Miss Margaret Thorman,
D. V. Manning, Rev. J. E. Snyder, Dr.
I. N. Palmer, Miss Anna Murphy, Miss
Caroline J. Glisan. Grant Kellogg,
Lloyd W. Taylor, D. C. Abrams, Rev.
Frederick K. Howard and Rev. James
IVfpier & Frank Co.'s Dailv Mail Order Bulletin
FOR PATRONS OUT OF TOWN
We Prepay Parcel Post Transportation on All Orders Amounting to $5.00 or More, Excepting at Sale Prices and When Not
Weighing Over Twenty Pounds, Within the 150-Mile Radius of Portland. We Do Not Prepay Transportation at Sale Prices.
NEW FALL AND WINTER CATALOGUE IS NOW READY. ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY
True, It's Only a Working
Model, But Marvelous
Panama Canal Opened Here Yesterday!
Th Panama Canal Opens October 10th one of the most marvelous achievements of the age. And won't it mean more to you, and to your children, it
,u are Sfar with the actual workings, geographical situation and general information about this most gigantic piece of engineering? And it u all at your command
in i hp wnrkino- miniature of the famous canal, which is now on exhibition at this store. . .
-Hi wonderfuT reanstfc model is perfect in every detail, geographically and topographically, no particular however small, being omitted. It is made to a seal, of
inches and shows the correct situation of the rivers, mountains and the succession of locks, and is equipped wtfh electric contrivances, showing every working ot tins
masterpiece. On exhibition FREE OF CHARGE Fifth Floor, Slain Building.
ASSISTANCE OF MRS. A. L. CRAIG
Instructor and Lecturer Nemo Hygienic-Fashion Institute, New York;
It is the simple truth that Nemo Corsets have many features of great
value -which are not found in any other corsets.
Each Nemo model, if properly selected and accurately fitted, insures
a degree of hygienic comfort and tip-to-date style that many women are
unable to secure in other makes.
Nemo Corsets. $2.00, $3.50, $4.00 and Tip
No. 356 Improved new "Auto-Massage" model, with long skirt and
low bust i $3.50
No. 512 Wonderful new figure-reducing model for tall, full figures, $5
No. 508 Greatest figure-reducing corset ever made for stout figures, $5
No. 322 Self-reducing, with the very popular "Lasticurve-Back"; low
bust, long skirt. (No. 326, with longer skirt) .$3.50
No. 522 Self-Reducing, with Lastikops Bandlet; greatest figure-supporting
corset in existence . $5.0O
Mrs. Craig has been sent here from the Nemo Hygienic-Fashion Insti
tute to give expert instruction in selecting, fitting and wearing corsets in
a scientifically correct manner.
We advise our customers to take advantage of this rare opportunity to
enjoy corset service of the highest class.
Corset Parlorm -Second Floor, Xew Bids.
Today Is the Conclusion
Of Our Great Annual Sale of House-Wares
Housewives should heed this final opportunity of securing the ever -needed
Household Wares with utmost economy. Today is the last day of this great An
nual Sale and the possibilities disclosed for-savings are truly wonderful. Come to
the Big Basement Store today and take advantage of this extraordinary sale.
$1.10 Nickel-Plated Tea Pots, special, each, SSc
$1.35 Mayonnaise Mixers, special, each, SI. 19
10c Dover Egg Beaters, special, eacn
35c Potato Ricers, special, each 28
$1.15 German Willow Clothes Baskets, Special,
$1.50 Wash Boilers, copper bottom, No. 8 size,
each SI. 19
85c Galvanized Wash Tubs, large size, sp'l 68 i
$2.00 Springer Iron Boards, folding style, spe
cial, each SI. 69
$1.25 Mrs. Pott's Irons, in 5-piece Sets, sp'l 99?
$1.20 Standard Stepladders, 6-ft. size, sp'l 99d
$1.00 "Griswold" Waffle Irons, sp'l, each 79
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50 Universal Food Choppers,
each 79S 99S $1.19
O-Cedar Mop makes it easy to clean house,
each SI. 50
45c Steel Skillets, special, each 36
15c Frying Pans, special, each 12c
Immense Showing and Special Sale of
,ggw Dainty New Kerchiefs
&fd) Many Portland women will aTail themselves of this
exceptional opportunity and secure a selection oi these
lovely new Kerchiefs for Xmas gifts, besides replenish
ing their own supply. There are thousands of dainty
Kerchiefs in this showing all exclusive in pattern and
of the finest quality. "The Spinning 'Wheel Embroid
ery" is our own brand. . There's also an assortment of
the new wide-hem Kerchiefs.
LOT 1 Women's and Children's
Kerchiefs of lawn. In plain white
and colored borders,
larly at oe each,
priced at 30c dozen.
LOT 3 Women's 10c Initial
Kerchiefs of pure liuen lawn. Un
laundered. Hand-embroidered 7f
in all letters. Special, each. .
LOT 4 12V2c and 15c Embroid
ered Kerchiefs in plain Lawn in
itials and embroidery corner effects
in an assortment of dainty de
signs. Specially priced, each
LOT 5 17c All-Linen Kerchiefs
in Grass Bleach, soft finish. New
Floral Initial Effect. All colors. A
splendid assortment, ordinarily sell
ing at 17c, for 50c. Spe- 1 Of
cially priced at, each
LOT 6 75c Box Embroidered
Kerchiefs in three dainty assort
ed patterns of the famous "Amris
wyl" Embroidery, or Peasant work
put up in neat little boxes of 3
to the box. Exceptionally appro
priate for Gifts. Specially COr
priced at, the box JJl"
LOT 7 75c Box Initial Ker
chiefsof sheer linen thread finish.
Drawnwork or Punehwork Initials
and one-fourth-inch hem. These
pretty Kerchiefs are packed six in
a box and specially priced CA.
at, the box
LOT 8 Women's Hand-Embroidered
Kerchiefs including the fa
mous Amriswyl and Spinning
Wheel Embroidery also a pretty
line of sheer linen Kerchiefs with
dainty lace edges, narrow hems,
embroidered corners and initials.
Specially priced for this 0"
sale, 6 for 90c each M
LOT 9 $1.25 Box Pure Linen
Kerchiefs in crossbar and hem
stitched border effects. Beautiful
ly embroidered in fancy Script let
ters and long Old English letters.
Put up in boxes of three to QCm
the box. Special price, box -
LOT 10 35c Embroidered Ker-chiefs--of
sheer mercerized lawn.
We've a special purchase of 100
dozen in a large assortment of Em
broidered Corners, with 1-4-in. hem.
Put up in boxes of 3 in assorted
patterns to the box. Spe- O 1
cially priced at, the box...
LOT 2 Women's and Children's
Kerchiefs in plain white and col
ored border novelty effects. Selling
regularly at 4 for 25c. Special- C
ly priced at, each
LOT 11 25c to 35c Hand-Embroidered
Kerchiefs in broken
lines of initials and names. Ex
quisitely embroidered in white and
colors. These pretty Kerchiefs are
all linen, and are specially 00
priced at, the box
LOT 12 65c and 75c Hand-Em-Broidered
Kerchief s of high
grade pure linen. Beautifully em
broidered in the famous Amriswyl
and French work. Broken lines of
Initials and fancy embroidered cor
ners. Special at three for 7
$1.23. Each t f
LOT 13 25c Japanese Silk Ker
chiefs of fancy colored Novelty
Silk, in plain and bordered effects.
Large assortment, specially 1
priced for this sale, at, each
LOT 14 65c and 75c Novelty
Kerchiefs in pure linen with col
ored borders. Dainty hand-embroidered
initials and corners. OQ
Special at, each
First Floor, Main Blrtar.
.Mall Orders Filled.
25c Heavy Wire Cooking Forks, sp'l, ea. 19c
10c Cake Spoons, special, each 8c
15c Pineapple Eyers, special, each 12c
10c Paring: Knives, special, each 8c
20c Wire Soup Strainers, special, each 16c
12c Soap Shakers, Special, each 10c
10c Glass Juice Extractors, special, each 8c
25c Dustless Dust Cloths, special, each... 19c
$1.00 Dustless Floor Mops, special, each, 79c
7c Handled Brushes, special, each 5c
50c Liquid Veneer, special, bottle 39c
85c Eeaver's Linoleum Varnish, qt. bottle, 78c
25c Sink .Strainers, special, each 19c
15c Straw Table Mats, special, each 12f
$1.65 Family Scales, special, each SI. 49
20c Galvanized Pail, 10-quart size, special, each. -16c
85c Bread Raisers, 14-quart size, special, each.. 68c
10c Milk Pans, 5-quart size, special, each Sc
35c Long-Handed Dust Pans special, each 28c
10c Quart Graduate Measure, special, each Sc
20c Colanders, special, each lCc
25c Dripping Pans, 11x16 size, special each ; 19c
25c Perfection Cake Tins, special, each 19c
$1.00 Savory Roasters, special, each 79c
ROYAL STEEL GRAY GRANITEWARE
17c Lipped Sauce Pans, 2-quart size, special, each -14c
23c Lipped Sauce Pans, 4-quart size, special, each 18c
35c Lipped Sauce Pans, 8-quart size, special, each 28o
40c Lipped Sauce Pans, 10-quart size, special, each 32c
40c Dish Pans 10-quart size, special, each 32c
75c Dish Pans, 21-quart size, special, each 59c
25c Lipped Preserving Kettle, 4-quart size, special, each 19c
40c Lipped Preserving Kettle 8-quart size, special, each :32c
75c Tea Kettle, 7-quart size, special, each 59c
80c Tea Kettle, 8-quart size, special, each G(Jc
$1.25 Tea Kettle, 11-quart size, special, each 99c
45c Coffee Pots 3-quart size, special, each 36c
70c Rice Boiler, 2-quart size, special, each 5(c
15c Pudding Pan, 3-quart size, special, each 12c
35c Corn Cake Pans 8-hole size, special, each 28c
75c Wall Clothes Dryers, special, each 59c
$2.25 Folding Tub Benches, special, each SI. 79
50c. Kneading Boards, special, each 39c
30c Butter Molds, special, each 24c
10c Towel Rollers, special, each.. 8c
15c Rolling Pins, special, each 12c
30c Chop Bowls, special, each 24d
The Ble Bnnrmrnt Store Mali Orders Filled.
Tone Up" the Table!
-Cloths Are Lowered
Considerably in Price
Splendid qualities great and deep reduc
tions mark this offering of Table Linens, for
one-third has been deducted from the regular
They're in a variety of most attractive pat
terns, "of fine-count linen, and the correct width
for GO-inch tables. Most of these Cloths are
new, fresh and crisp, while others are slightly
soiled from handling. "
$12.00 Cloths, 90x90-inch size. $8.00
$15.00 Cloths, 90x90-inch size... S10.00
$20.00 Cloths, 90x90-inch size S14.00
$30.00 Cloths, 90x90-inch size S20.00
$12.00 Cloths, 90xl08-incb size S9.00
$15.00 Cloths, 90xl08-inch size S10.00
$18.00 Cloths, 90xl08-inch size S13.00
First Floor, New Bids'.
Laces & Embroideries
Another opportunity awaits you at our Lace and
Embroidery Section, where so many occasions to
secure the best at the least possible cost have made
this section one of joy to the shopper. A splendid
assortment of neat Convent Edges, linen Barman
Ibices, Flouncing and Shadow Laces will be offered
at extremely low prices just the thing for children's
wear, dress trimmings and the hundred and one uses
to which a woman puts dainty laces and embroideries.
25c to 30c Convent Embroidered Edges on soft
finished material, large or small scallops, "I O
fast edges the yard ' IOC
15c to 35c Linen Barman Laces edges and bands,
in white and ecru colorings. In different widths,
suitable for art squares, lingerie, aprons, 1 r
caps, etc., the yard Xvl.
75c to $1.25 Baby Flouncing 27 inches wide, on
fine Swiss, ruffled edge, in dainty floral pat- (ZQp
terns, the yard .' Vlivv
60c to 75c Shadow Laces 12 to 18 inches wide, in
white and ecru, suitable for flouncing, tunics OQ
and trimmings, the yard JsK
Extraordinary Curtain Offer!
$2.25 Scrim and Maraui
sette Curtains, the
This is a wonderful opportu
nity to supply your Curtain
requisites, for these are our
regular $2.25 Curtains marked
For One Day Only, $1.19
They are the popular scrim
and marquisette, two materials
now in the greatest vogue for
liviug-room, dining-room and
bedroom uses. Made of fine
quality materials with pretty
hand-drawn hemstitched ends
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As this offer will be in force but one day, we urge immediate
selection, as the quality and economy of these Curtains will be
sure to be of greatest interest to those desiring these most neces
sary articles of home-furnishing.
Remember the sale is for but one day and the f 1 1 Q
price, the pair, only p J. J. 7
Toilet Requisites Underpriced
If s Coming--"Onicer 666"
-Be prepared for its fun and lightness by read
ing the baoky which we are selling now at
A hook selling heretofore at $1.2.). Beautifully
illustrated by James Montgomery Flagg.
"The Inside of the Cup," Winston Churchill's
latest a book that has won unstinted praise
nnd is one of the popular sellers of the season.
Price .fl.oO. Bookstore, Basement Asrnex.
I The- QyALiTY" Store of Porjld" I
1 nX. SbcUvT-tor-risory, Aider 3ta. g
50c Sempre Giovine 29 50c Elcaya Cream
50c Malvina Cream 29 I 50c Dr. Charles' Flesh Fd.
25c Sanitol Tooth Paste, 2 for
25c Rubifoam, 2 for
25c Mennen's Dental Cream
25c Pasteurine Tooth Paste, 2 for
15c Eabcock's Cho Cho San Talcum, 2 for
15c Jap Rose Talcum, 2 for
15c Pears' Unscented Soap
15c Woodbury's Facial Soap
10c California Medicated Soap
25c Williams' Toilet Soap (3 in box)
15c Whisk Brooms
10c Face Chamois
$1.00 Rubber Lined Traveling Cases
Toilet Goods See., New Bit! sr. Mall Orders Killed.