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TIIE 3IORXING OTtEGOXIAX, TnURSDAT, ArRIL 2, 1014.
WILL BE ON TODAY
Enterprising Youngsters Give
Traps and Nets Finishing
Touches for Contest.
THOUSANDS WILL COMPETE
Forest Service at Carson. Wasrv. is at
F. M. Cohen, of Forest GroTe, Or., la
at the Cornelius.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Schmidt, of Astoria,
are at the Oregon.
S. N. Barn hart, of Ban Francisco, is
at the Washington.
Mrs. M. E. CHara, of Roseburg, Or.,
is at the Cornelius.
E. J. Hancock, of this city, is regis
tered at he Nortonia.
E. P. Ash, a Stevenson, Wash., bank
er, is at the Imperial.
JX. D. Fagan is registered at the
Nortonia from Seattle.
N. K. West, a merchant of La Grande,
Or., is at the Imperial.
George W. Moore, of North Plains,
Or., is at the Carlton.
Dean A. Baldwin, a Seattle insurance
man. is at the Oregon.
George H. Baker, ef Goldendale,
Wash., is at the Imperial.
L. M. Roswell, a Victoria. B. C, hotel
. man, is at the Multnomah.
I Thomas B- Cay, ef Salem. State
Headquarters for "Flyless City" to Treasurer, is at the'lraperlal,
Be Opened and Powerful Force
of "Fly-Cops" Being Formed
by Dr. Marcellus.
The war against the fly in Portland
will he on officially today. All day
yesterday enterprising youngsters were
busy completing their fly-traps, rig
ging up their nets, and practicing for
skillful plying of the "swatter."
The big ten. day fly-catching con
test, arranged by the Parent-Teacher
associations and the city bureau of
health, will begin this morning and
long before sun-up the juvenile armies
ef the fly war were expected to be
out. taking the early fly by surprise,
and limbering up for action in the
competitive fly-catching race for hon
ors and cash prizes.
Beginning with Monday's lectures by
Heed College students, in all the public
schools of the city, interest in the
campaign against the disease-carrying
fly, has been keen among the 32.000
school children of the city, many
thousand of whom have gone into the
contest. Superintendent of Instruction
Kerohan, of the manual training
schools, declared this week "fly-trap
week" at all the 37 manual training
centers and under hla supervision hun
dreds of window traps and other in
genious devices for luring the fly to
imprisonment, have been turned out.
These traps, and hundreds of others,
will be used by the school children In
catching flies in the contest.
"Flylesn City Office to Open.
"Flyless City" headquarters will be
opened this mornins on the third floor
of the Meier & frank Store, where
commodious space has been partitioned
off and equipped for the lantern-slide
lectures that are to be given free every
afternoon. Clarence Young, of Reed
College, will speak this afternoon at
3:30 o'clock. Members of the Portland
.Woman's Club, Parent-Teacher Asso
ciation and Council of Jewish Women
will be in attendance at headquarters
to answer questions, receive reports,
distribute educational literature and
otherwise attend to the central man
agement of the big city-wide campaign.
Reports will be received daily at
headquarters from each of the 67
schools, as to the record "catches" of
the day. standing of contestants, etc,
- Among the sections of the eity show
ing lively interest in the anti-fly
campaign is St. Johns and the Penin
sula district. Application was made
by 35 residents of St. Johns for thor
ough instructions as to how to give
a brief lecture, covering the menace
of the fly and the best methods of
fighting it, so that they could speak
at gatherings and stimulate interest
in their contemplated wholesale
slaughter of the pests and annihilation
ef their breeding places.
; - Lectures to Get Facts.
These volunteer lecturers will be
supplied with facts and figures for
effective 30-mlnute talks such as was
given by the Reed College lecturers in
the public Kehools Monday.
Cresta and other suburban sections
have asked' for special lectures for the
"grown-ups," whose interest has been
aroused by the reports of the school
children as to what they heard of the
fly and Its perils to public health.
A powerful force of "fly-oops" to po..
lice the big campaign of extermination-
is being organized by Dr. M. B.
Marcellus. City Health Officer; and
Mrs. F. 8. Myers, chairman of the
campaign committee. In addition to
the force of about 100 Ad men, dep
utised at yesterday's luncheon, the Ju
venile government officers, boy scouts
and other active workers in the cru
sade will be made "fly-cops" and given
the badge of office, a brilliant sliver
star, lettered in black. i
George H. Tinker, a Corvallls,
merchant, is at the Benson.
Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Hall, of Camas,
Wash., are at the Multnomah.
Milton Smith, a Seattle hotel man.
and his wife re at the Beason.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chester, of Mis
soula, Mont., are at the Cornelius.
Mr, and Mrs. Ralph W. Smith, of
Denver, Colo., are at the Benson.
Herbert Folger. a San Francisco
manufacturer, is at the Multnomah.
C. S. Russell and wife, of this city.
St'BTJiYSIDE PASTOR TO HEAD
ESTATES TOTAL $123,105
li-auc . Van Dujit Leaves Property
Valued at $81,558.4 9.
Inventories of four estates, totaling
uj. iti.i, 1, were filed yesterday In
bounty Clerk Coffey's office. The lars:-
est of the estates was that of Isaac
Van Duyn. who died February 19. his
estate being valued-by its appraisers at
i,a.i.4;. By the terms of a will which
Jie left, his brother, Frank Van Duyn. is
-executor of the estate, the bulk of
wnicn is left to his wife and son.
The estate of Peter Haller. who died
Intestate November 20. 1913, is valued at
$21,S&0. according to the inventory filed
yesterday. Mrs. Marie Haller and two
oaugnters are the heirs. Richard
Knoll's estate is-valued at $15.0u0. and
Henry P. Park's at $4971.69. Knoll died
at Long Beach. Wash.. February 14. and
is survived by a wife-and three chil
dren who will receive the bulk of the
VISITORS TO GET ROSES
Artisans Arrange to . Give Away
Flowers at Depots Festival Week.
The 24 local lodges of United Arti
sans have arranged with the Rose Fes
tival Board of Governors to have huge
un s ef rosea at all the railroad depots
during the festival period and to give
flowers to every incoming and out
Attractive young women and girls.
dressed in picturesque garden costume,
wl-.l be in charge of the big urns.
Arrangements will be made, through
tnu co-operation or the street car co
pany, to nave an conirinuted roses
taken to a central point in the down
town district, and there assorted, and
sent to the different railroad stations
K. L. Ritter, of Seattle, is at the
L, J. Phebus, of Seattle, is at the
T. B. Hargood, of Spokane, is at th
Kdward Hill, of Hood River, Or., is at
W. L. Long, of Joplln. Mo., is at the
J. A. Kitchin, of Toronto, Canada, Js
l me jregon.
V. T. Combs, of Los Angeles, ia at
C. I. Pendleton, of Roseburg, Or., 1
at the Carlton.
C. H. Springer, of San Francisco, Is
at me uarlton.
C. S. Hevenden, of Peoria, 111., Is a
J. P. Hofmann. of the United States
Dr. William Henry Fry.
Dr. William Henry Fry, pastor
of the Sunnyside Methodist
Church, has been selected for
the Buperintendency of the Meth
odist Episcopal Missions of the
Hawaiian Islands, with head
quarters at Honolulu. Bish
Luccock, with whom rests the
appointing power, came to Port
land to see Dr. Fry a few days
ago. Bishop Cooke, of this city,
and Bishop Hughes, of San Fran
cisco. Indorsed him. The an
nouncement of the possibility of"
Dr. Fry's leaving Portland came
as a great surprise to the mem
bers of his congregation. He
came to the Sunnyside church
three and one-half years ago at
a critical time in its history and
under his direction ther new
church has been built and an or
ganization of first rank devel
oped. Dr. Fry is recognized as
one of the most successful church
builders . and - one of the most
popular pastors of the Methodist
Church. Dr. R, Elmer Smith, for
several years pastor of the First
Methodist Episcopal Church in
Honolulu, and acting superin
tendent of the mission, will suc
ceed Dr. Fry to the pastorate
of the Sunnyside Church.
have taken an apartment at the Nor
Lieutenant J. C Brown, United States
Army, of San Francisco, is at the
Major H. L. Bowlby, of Salem, ef the
State Highway Commission, is at the
Mrs. W. C. Donovan and son and
Mrs. R. I. Shontz, of Spokane, Wash.,
are at the Multnomah,
CHICAGO, April 1. (Special.) The
following from Portland, Or., are reg
istered at Chicago hotels: R. Sleight,
Charles Friedel, R. L Donald at the
WIDENING IS PROPOSED
MAKIKO I'NIOJT AVESTCia R FEET
BKOAD CLUB'S I'l.A '.
Iaat BuroKlde Improvement Body
Adopts Resolution and Tinmen
Committee on Arrangements.
A resolution declaring that Union
avenue, the approach to the proposed
Interstate bridge, should be made fcO
feet wide from Morris street, Albina,
to East Morrison street. Central East
Portland, was adopted at the luncheon
yesterday of the East Burnside District
Improvement Association. It was
stated that Union avenue is 70 and 80
feet wide north from Morris, and 60
feet wide south to the Willamette
G. E. Welter, chairman of the lunch
eon, was empowered by the resolution
to appoint & committee to make ar
rangementa with other clubs for
meeting of Union avenue property
owners in the Albina Library as soon
as it can be arranged for. L. M. Lep
per, representing the East Side Busi
ness -Men's Club, said that this club
will co-operate with the widening
It was reported that some progress
was being made on estimates for the
extension of East Burnside street to
Mount Tabor. The secretary was in
structed to write Commissioner Dieck
and City Engineer Pater and urge that
the estimates of the cost of the exten
slon be prepared as soon as possible for
submission to the property owners. A
delegation will attend the next meet
ing of the Center Addition Club and
proeure its co-operation. It was fur
ther decided to have petitions cir
culated among East Burnside street
property owners asking that the ex
tension be made.
Kdwin Ross, of St. Helens, who owns
property on Kajat Burnside street, at
tended the meeting and spoke of tne
pressing need of the opening of East
Burnside street to a connection with
the Base Line road at once.
Resolution was adopted asking the
Board of Education to procure a alte
and erect a trade school in the dis
trict between East Burnside and
Mission Circle to Meet.
An interesting meeting of the Flor
ence Meado Mission Circle of the Unl
versalist Church has been arranged for
this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at
the residence of Mrs. K. E. Leonard. 413
East Couch street. The paper of the
fft?T Trading Stamps Given on Charge Accounts if Paid in Full on or Before 10th of Each Month
Headquarters for Easter Novelties of All Kinds, Main and 4th Floors Portland Agents Bur bank s Garden Seeds, 4th Floor
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40c Q. W. K. Coffee n tt ..r Our FSvmttn1"
29c ib. Olds.Wortman&Kinq
r , . ... , M, , oocs S7 extrc city tfoc
4th no or No deliveries ex- Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods x extends vedes tic stab
Grocer?thDept.er OrdeLl "or. Hxmr A. IX. to 6 P.M. riy Bo-to Jttf-StuTy Xcloi4 Os On CJ tour street.
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Extraordinang Pre-Basier Sales
of Easter Needs for the Home and Wearing Apparel
Entire Stock of doves Reduced
Entire Stock Neckwear Reduced
AM Women's Suits A.re Reduced
All "Women's Coats Are Reduced
All Women's Waists Reduced
All "Women's Gowns Reduced
Entire Stock of Easter Hose Reduced
A 11 rri 1 1 f T - T- I
su aaie jinens at ieaucea lances
Entire Stock Ribbons at Reduced Prices
All Stationery Offered at Low Prices
All Jewelry Isf oiv Greatly Reduced
All Women's Handbags Are Reduced
Women's New Spring Suits $24
Charming New Coats at $11.89
Dept. 2d Floor The most attractive lot of
Suits we have shown this season at the price.
Serges, Poplins, Diagonals, Eponge, etc., in
3plendid assortment of the new Spring shades.
Coats in smart cutaway effects in short or
medium lengths. Skirts in tunic, tier or peg
top styles. Faultlessly tailored and perfect
fitting. Suits worth up to C 1 f "
$22.50. Pre-Easter Sale at ! A f-I70
Dept. 2d Floor Special line of "Women's
and Misses' Coats priced for the Pre-Easter
Sale at a remarkably low price. All are
stylish new models, for Spring wear, with
shoulder or kimono sleeves and the new loose
back or belted effects. Shown in a variety
of popular materials and in nearly all colors.
Spring Coats worth up to " 00
$18.50. Pre-Easter Sale at D JL JL O J
Women's $1 Silk Hose 79c
Thursday Only Dept., 1st Floor
A most extraordinary bargain is this we offer in "Women's Silk Hose.
Standard make, with lisle sole and wide garter tops NOT a booted
Hose. Shown in black, white, tan and colors. Hosiery worth IJCk
$1.00 a pair any time. Thursday at the special price, the pair iC
Our Entire Stock High-Grade Hose Reduced
Entire Stock Perfumery Reduced
All Afgns Clothing "Now Reduced
All Boys Clothing Now Reduced
All Men's Fur ni shings Reduced
All Boys' Furnishings Reduced
All Men's and Boys' Hats Reduced
Women who study quality along with economy depend upon this store
for their Hosiery. Thrifty ones will 6upply future needs at this sale.
?C Stamps With Purchases Always Ask for Them!
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Corset Cover Embroid'ry
Main Floor Very dainty sheer quality
in beautiful designs, with 2-inch ribbon
eyelets. Just received. Price, yd. 65J
Bargain Circle, Main Floor
Corsets Worth to $7.50
$6 Lace Veils $1.98
Dept., First Floor
this price, special
On sale today only at
lot Women's Lace Veils
which sold formerly up to $6.00 CJ T QQ
each. To closo them out quickly P M..JJ
Embroidery Flouncing $1.25
27-Inch Embroidered Crepe Flouncing in a
variety of new styles. Heavy effective Em
broidery; very suitable for Minaret effects.
Lace Kerchiefs, 3 for $1
Dainty all pure linen Handkerchiefs, with
pretty hand-made Armenian lace edge. Priced
special at 35c each, or three for one dollar.
Discontinued styles and sample lines high-grade cor-
seta priced extremely low for quick clean up. lime. !
Marietta, Bon Ton and Bien Jolie three celebrated!
makes, known everywhere. Material include coutil
and fancy broche. Fitted with six pup- f QQ
porters. Corsets worth up to $7.50, pJ-.SsCj
Fitted Aprons for 23c
Center Circle, Main Floor
Women's P.ed Aprons, styled with large bibs and
finished with poekets. Made from good grade
percale, in light and dark colors. Priced O Or,
for Thursday's selling, special at, each OL
Women's Kimono Aprons
Women's large Kimono Aprons, with strap across
back and pockets. Plain chambrays, light CTChf
and dark percales in stripes, dots, checks, etc.
Coverall Aprons Now at 73c
Women's Coverall Aprons, button down side-front.
Styled with pockets and strap back. Light 7 0
or dark colors. Special for Thursday, each
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps given with purchases.
Special Sale of Lawn Mowers and Garden Hose
Garden Tools Reduced Screen Doors and Window Screens Reduced
Now Is the Time to Supply Your Many Needs at Special how Prices
Delighted With His '
Hartmann Wardrobe Trunks
During the past year the greatest baritone ii.
the world has successfully carried his elabor
ate operatic costumes to France, Spain, Hungary,
Italy, Germany, England, and many other countries
in Hartmann Wardrobe Trunks.
Travel with a Hartmann
- The "padded"
&J?o j JLLTQ hinged top found only
twlk in the Hartmann holds
the clothes securely
and presents wrink-"
ling. The absence of
all straps or tapes in
sures ease in packing.
Smaller in size than
most wardrobe trunks
yet far greater in ca
pacity than any other.
Prices $25.00 and up.
Men's, women's and
You must see the
to appreciate its su
booklet on request.
Patented TJ. S. and Canada
and othar for is a countries.
THE HARTMANN TRUNK CO.
A I, monmfactmrm f tlf Hartwnanm Brh-Hith.
th. oml practical .t.mm.r mmrar... inu.
Racine New York
From Third Floor
Sneeial. ot. JLl
Regular 85c Guaranteed Z7
Floor Varnish, the quart
Regular 85e Guaranteed 7 f
Linoleum Varnish. Quart "
Regular 40c Guaranteed 00-r
Furniture Polish. Pint ---
50c Old English Floor Aflp
wax. Special for today
. Reg. $2 Old English JJ f Of
Floor Polinhers, at pXOVT
Reg, 15c Brilliantshine" T t m
Metal Polish. Special at "
5-lb. pkg. Alabastine on 2CZf
sale today. Special, at"-"
Rgular 50c Can Liquid OQ-
Vnner- Sneeial tftdav t-
Reg. 50c Carpet Cleaner ESf
fin nlp t a v nnpcis.1
Thursday Millinery Special
100 Trimmed Hats g
Worth Up to $10.00
Your Choice Thursday
Millinery Dept., Second Floor. OnlylOO women will have the privilege of
sharing in this unusual bargain, so its to your interest to come in the morn
ing if possible. Very latest flower and ribbon-trimmed models in the most
wanted straws and shapes. You will agree when we say these 'are most ex
traordinary hats at the price. Manv of them are really worth C ff
$8 and $10. While this lot of 100 Hats lasts take your choice at JJ
Choose Your Easter Hat Today and Save
afternoon will bo len by Mr. N. J.
Ixttritz on the topic. "Soma Amende
for Making the 'World Better." Inter,
eat'ns reports will be Riven and all in
terested will be welcome.
ALBINA MARKET FORGES
April S Is Iate Set for Formal
Opening of Project.
A committee of women composed ef
Dr. Esther Pohl Lovejoy, Mrs. Curtis
Ho1 comb. Mrs. A. R. Zeller. Mrs. J.
Randall and Mrs. C R. Miller, will meet
ton'.jfht with the committee from the
-AJbln Business Men's Club. T. J. Mur.
phy. T- tt. Adams. Henry Eriekson and
M. H. Calef. at the Albina Library, to
complete final arrangements for the
openlns" of the Albina market, April 28.
A public market meeting; will be beld
next Tuesday nlsht In the Albina Li
brary, Knott street, at which time all de
tails of the plana for the opening- of the
Alb'na market will be explained. Sam
uel Hill, rood roads advocate. John C.
Carroll and Marshal N. Dana will speak
en the advantages of public markets.
A. Matthews. N. C Merges, A R. Zel
ler. E. K. Schroeder. and T. L. Adams,
comprise the finance committee to raise
funds to finance the project.
Band to Build Public Hall.
MOLAtU. Or., AprU 1. (Special.)
Molalla has a remarkably auccessful
band organisation. The members hare ,
raised money and purchased a lot near
the center of the town and will com
mence at once the erection of a publio
hall. 0 by 120 feet. There will be a
etatre 2S feet deep. The auditorium
will be 90 by SO feet and will seat 1000
NEW PAVING PLANS ARE UP
1 Tea ring on Propose Revision to Be
Contractors, property owners and
others interested in the paving busi
ness will be Riven an opportunity to
explain their views on the subject to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock when,
the City Council will hold a public
session to consider a revision of the
city's paving plans and specifications.
It has been contended for many
months that the old specifications are
unfair and do not permit real com
petition in paving. Accordingly Com
missioner Dieck has worked out a set
of new specifications which were sub
mitted to the Council yenterday. The
Council as a whole will pass upon
them after the public hearing at which
It is expected there will be much dis
cussion by contractors and property '
owners and others.
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