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THE MORNING OREGONIAX. TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1915.
Grand Army Men to Present
. Flag Donated for Staff at
5000 TO SING "AMERICA'
The- Quality Store or Portland
rmi Slxtlx. "Morrison Alder 31a.
Three Governors to Attend Fete
and Representatives of Fed
eral Government Expected.
. Girls to Wed Waters.
A patriotic touch will be given -the
dedication of tlie Celilo canal and
locks at Big Eddy Wednesday of next
week by the presence of a company of
Grand Army veterans who will formal
ly present the flag which the citizens
of Lewlston. Idaho, have purchased to
grace the tall staff erected at the heaclj
of the waterway.
. General H. S. Fargo, department
commander for Oregon, has appointed
the following veterans to participate
in this ceremony:
H. S. Fargo, department commander;
T. II. Stevens. H. V. Gates, Portland;
T. K. HiUis. Garden Home; J. li. Hall,
M. L. I'ratt, W. M. Hendershott, J. G.
Chambers, W. II. Murphy, A. K. Borth
wlck. T. B. McDovltt, J. P. Shaw, J. B.
Gardner, Thomas A. Jordan, L. C
Shorno. C. 13. Cline, Portland; B. F.
Pike, New-berg; S. F. Blythe, Newton
Clark Hood River: John Livingstone.
Cascade Locks; W. P. Cragin, J. M.
Patterson, The Dalles; V. J. R. Beach,
G. C. Thomas, Forest Grove: C. F.
Hausdorf, Portland: J. C. Cooper, Mc
Minnville; H. S. Clyde, George A. Hard
ing. Oregon City; R. C. Markee, Port
land; B. F. Allen. W. C. Shaw, A. D.
Crals. Astoria; Hugh- Teets, C. A.
SOOO to Sine; "America."
Thee men also will serve as repre
sentatives of the National Grand Army.
They will go to Big liddy on the spe
cial train, leaving here on the morning
of May 5, and will have an honored
part in all the ceremonies there on that
Other patriotic incidents in connec
tion with the dedication will be ringing
of 'America" by the entire crowd of
people. It is expected that more than
5(MI0 will be assembled there.
The principal addresses on behalf of
the Federal Government will be deliv
ered by Key Pittman, United States
Senator from Nevada. The Governors
of the three Pacific Northwest states,
James Withycombe of Oregon, Krnest
Lister of Washington, afid Moses Alex
ander of Idaho, will respond.
Joseph X. Teal, general chairman of
the celebration committee, will preside,
and will speak at the 'conclusion of the
Knfflneers to Present Canal
The invocation will be pronounced by
Right Rev. Charles J. O'Reilly, bishop
of Baker, and the benediction by Bishop
Walter T. Sumner, of Portland.
The formal presentation will be made
by Colonel C. H. McKinstry and Colonel
Jay J. Morrow, of the United States
Army engineers. William E. Humphrey,
Representative in Congress from the
Seattle district, will respond for the
people of the Pacific Northwest.
The most spectacular feature, how
ever, will be provided by a group of a
dozen or more young women, each rep
resenting a stream flowing into the Co
lumbia. Bach will break a bottle con
taining water taken from the stream
that she represents, and pour it into the
canal, typifying the union of the Co
lumbia and its tributaries.
Undine to Leave Thursday.
The steamer Undine, bearing a party
of Portland people, will leave Portland
at midnight Thursday for Low is ton
where the first of the weekful of cele
brations will take place next Wednes
day. Reservations may yet be made,
The following already have reserved
Senator and Mrs. Harry Lane, Miss Harriet
Lane. John llontaif, United States Marshal:
captain J. L. Reeder. Mr. and Mm. .. K.
Finch. Mm. Alex Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Wilson, Miss liculah Patterson. Mr. and Mn.
A. B. Manly. Judge Dean Blanchard and
Mrs. R. I. Kckerson. of Portland: Mrs. C. J
randall. Mrs. W. H. Wilson and Mrs. O. L.
Iane. of The Oalles; Mr. and Mr. . P.
Wlnans, Mrs. Isaacs and daughters and
Oldeon Cummins and daughter, of Walla
Walla; Z. F. Moody. Z. A. Moody and G
Stolz. of Snlom: J. It. Whalen. a. I.. Pease,
Mrs. A. L. I'ease, G. S. Allen, T. L,. Simmons,
J. J. Sherrod. GeorRe M. Weister, . S.
CreKO. H. 1,. IMttock, Shad O. Krani, Edward
Jteynolds. V. S. Tlsdale, Marshall N. Dana,
Joseph tmy, Samuel Gill. John Marshall and
John Anderson, of Portland: James W.
Troupe, of Vancouver, B. C. ; W. G. Hooker,
Spokane. Wash.; N. J. Slnnott, The Dalles;
W. E. Humphrey. Seattle; Mrs. Bertha Taj-.
ltr Voorhorst. Portland; Mrs. John Marden,
The Dalles; J. W. Brewer. F. J. Smith. W.
R. Struble. and James Falling:, of Portland;
Fred Wilson. Eusrene; Mrs. John B. Allen.
Seattle: K. Winftato. Portland; W. P. Gray
and wife. Pasco; A. R. Gardner, Kenne
wick, and others.
OVERLOOK PAVING DECIDED
District Improvements on East Side
Projected to Cost $38,000.
Proceedings - have been started for
hard-surfacing Shaver street, between
Commercial street and Capital avenue
in Overlook. The estimated cost will
be J36.497. The improvement is
classed as an asphaltic concrete pave
ment on a concrete foundation.
The district Improvement of Brooks
and other streets Is projected at a cost
of $14,526. This district includes
Brooks, from Scott avenue to Fast
Stark; Fast Stark from Brooks to Fast
Seventieth; Fast Sixty-eighth from
Fast Stark street to Royal avenue;
Fast Sixty-ninth from East Stark to
Royal avenue, at Mount Tabor.
It is planned to improve Fast Sixty
sixth street from the Sandy bottlevard
to Fremont street, to cost $3594. This
will be asphaltic concrete pavement on
a bituminous base. East Nineteenth
street is to be paved from Sandy bou
levard to Oregon street, costing $11.-
937. Royal avenue district at Mount
Tabor is to be improved at a cost of
Sll.lol. This includes Royal avenue
oa portions of East Seventieth, East
Stark, Mattison avenue and Ayer ave
nue at Mount Tabor.
It's an Important Matter!
Madame Bell Here for Two Weeks
Demonstrating Correct Qorsetry
1 ( ; ;
American I American
- Lady Girl
The "American GrJ"
Corset Especially Designed
for the Young Miss.
You are cordially invited to attend our
Madame Lyra Corset demonstration, now be
ing held. x. '
The showings of these Corsets for this sea
son are unsurpassed. Everything that is cor
rect in corsetry is represented. Designs are
the latest. Materials and trimmings rich and
dainty. Workmanship flawless. Fitting per
fection. Modish Dressers Everywhere Are Inter
ested in Madame Lyra Gorsets--They're
Exclusive in Design.Suited to A.V Figures,
Whether Slender, Medium or Extra Size.
We shall be glad to have you consult
Madame Bell, an expert corsetiere, who has
been sent to us by the manufacturers in New
York, to help the women of Portland solve the
Madame Lyra Corsets Are Priced $3.30 to $10
American Lady Corsets Priced $1.00 to $3.00
American Girl Corsets Priced $1.00 and $1.50
Fifth Floor, Slxth-St. Bldgr.
Special A. Sale of Discontinued Models In
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50
Corsets, Today for 79c
Several standard makes that are favorites with our patrons. Made of coutil,
batiste and tricot. Medium and high-busted styles. Because the models have
been discontinued we're closing out the lines, sizes 20 to 36 at 79.
-Fifth Floor, Slxth-St, Bids.
"FUHS MAY BE STORED 1ST SAFETY HKIIK!
Beautiful Silk Velours, the Yard, $2.50
We Have Sold Them Regularly Every Day at $5.00
Several exquisite colors in the lot. Very high-grade drapery material. In 5 and
10-yard lengths only. $5 quality, yard, S2.50. ' Temporary Annex, Mnth Floor.
Today, Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday will be
charged on bill
FIRST FILE FOR QUEEN
MISS JULIA. HAI1KISOX NOMINATED
BY MOl'XT SCOTT CLUB.
Boan Im Independent
Cant Side Business
His trial was set for June 21. He will
be required to meet Six counts of an
indictment charging transportation of
a woman across state lines for immoral
Men to Take Vp Matter.
Miss Lena Bogan, of 446 Miller ave
nue, Sellwood, was the first candidate
for Queen of the Portland Rose Fes
tival whose nomination blank waa re
ceived at the Rose Festival headquar
ters. Her name was offered by Mrs. x.
J. Walker, who gave her address as 65
This nominee was not presented as
the candidate of any definite organiza
tion. It is expected, however, that the
Festival Association will receive a
great many individual nominations.
Mount Scott, improvement jiuo is
the first organization represented in
the contest. A nomination blank was
received yesterday, submitting the
name of JVliss Julia Harrison. the
daughter of J. Allen Harrison, presi
dent of the Mount Scott Improvement
Club, who lives at 5423 Thirty-ninth
Mr. Harrison said last night that tnis
nomination was not official as the
Mount Scott Improvement Club had not
held a meeting since the announce
ment of the contest was published.
The East Side Business Men s Club
will have a. meeting of its trustees to
day and at that time the matter of
nominating a candidate lor queen oi
the Festival will be considered. The
Rotary Club probably will consider
the nomination of a candidate at its
meeting at the Benson Hotel today at
noon, and every other civic club of
Portland no doubt will have taken
steps to put a candidate in the field be
fore the end of the week.
Manv of the large mercantile firms
of the city also will have candidates
nominated ' by the employes of the
CANNED MILK DESTROYED
Marshal Montag Gets Rid of Ailul
terated Goods Shipped Here.
Three barrels of adulterated canned
milk were seized at a local bakery
yesterday by United States 'Marshal
Montag upon an order of condemnation
by the Federal Court and destroyed at
the garbage Incinerator. The stuff
was shipped here by the German-
American Specialty Company of New
Seven barrelsnvere in the original
shipment, but the bakery, after making
tests to determine if the milk was
suitable for bread making, found It
unfit for use and sold four barrels for
hog food. This is the second seizure
here of milk of this character within
a few weeks.
ALL STATE BACKS CLEANUP
Ministers Pledge Aid to Campaign
Initiated by Chamber.
The preparations for the Clean-up
arU Paint-up Week, May 4-11, already
are vunder way and the committee from
the Chamber of Commerce finds the
organization of the statewide movement
being worked upon as zealously as is
the Portland campaign. The commit
tee formally Initiated the campaign
The Methodist ministers in. their con
ference yesterday decided to assist in
every way possible. George D. Lee, of
the Lee Advertising Agency, chatrrnaw
of the committee, received announce
ments also from W. B. Hinson. pastor
of the First Baptist Church, and frem
J. II. Boyd, pastor of tho First Presby
terian Church, that they would assist.
Dr. E. A. I'ierce says that he expects
the health departments of the various
cities to assist powerfully in carrying
the movement to a success. A letter
from a painter who has been out of
employment for some time and is in
need of work, yesterday touched on a
new phase. He requested that infor
mation be sent him if his services could
be used during clean-up week. The
employment that will be afforded by
the widespread cleaning and painting
work will be of considerable importance
in tiding many- of the unemployed
over until the employment of the Sum
mer Is opened fully. A number of the
large public service corporations indi
cate an Intention of doing extensive
cleanup work during the week.
parts of the city. The clear weather
that has prevailed for some time past
has made conditions perfect for paving
and other municipal improvements.
While some work has been done prior
to this time, yesterday marked the real
opening of the paving season.
Portland expects to expend close to
$1,000,000 for paving during the year.
Many large contracts already have
been awarded and others will be award
ed within a short time.
Sam Krasner Trial Jnne 2 1.
Sam Krasner, charged with white
slavery, was arraigned yesterday in
Federal Court and pleaded not guilty.
STREET WORK IS STARTED
Grading; and Paving Contracts In
volve Thousands or Dollars.
Work on street grading and street
paving contracts involving several
hundred thousand dollars was started
yesterday by contractors in various
Trie QjualitY Storb ot Portland
Dusting Made Dustiest With
Housework is cut right in half
with the use of the O-Cedar
Mop and Polish, which cleans as
it polishes. The modern house
keeper appreciates this "first
aid" to housekeeping', and youH
find an O-Cedar outfit in every
O-Cedar Polish just a few drops
of it will work a miracle
O-Cedar Mors fit into any cor
ner, and reach the hard-to-get -at
O-Cedar Polish is sold in con
venient sizes, 25c and up.
O-Cedar Mops, new triangular
and standard round shapes, 75c
For Sale In Our Honiefurnlflh
Inar Drpartmrnt, Temporary An
nex. Third Floor.
THE ROSE FESTIVAL QUEEN CAMPAIGN
Good for 500 Votes.
We nominate Miss
as a candidate in the Rose Festival Queen campaign.
This nomination blank will court for BOO votes if sent to the Cam
paign Department of the Rose Festival Queen. Only the first blank
received will count for voles.
Cut out this blank and send It to the Campaign Manager, 384
Northwestern Bank building, with your name or the name and ad
dress of your favorite candidate.
Depends on Health
Cross, fretful babies usually
need a laxative to make them
comfortable, and comfort begets
happiness. Constipation is the
cause of much discomfort. Moth
ers should watch closely the con
dition of their children's bowels
and see that they are regular.
A mild, pleasant-tasting laxa
tive such as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin is ideal for children be
cause of its natural composition
and gentle action, and because it
contains no opiate, narcotic or
other harmful habit - forming
drug. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin is sold by druggists every
where. A teaspoonful at bedtime
will bring easy, certain relief.
A free trial bottle can be ob
tained by writing to Dr. W. B.
Caldwell. 453 Washington Su.
The QjjalitV Store or Portland
raftx. tAA. "Morr-iOT, Aider 3Ca.
Out-of-Town Mail Orders
Filled From This
And All Our Ads
If Received Within 3 Days of Date of Publication
Telephone Us Wlnere Quantities
Are Limited or You A.re in a Hurry
We give our out-of-town customers the
same privilege of buying from our daily
advertisements as those who live in the
city. ' Moreover, our method is not a
"mail-order system," it is, rather, a sys
tematized shopping service which gives
the personal attention of a trained shop
per to the filling of every mail order.
Your order is studied and promptly
filled with as much "intelligent interest"
as if you were here yourself. Should
you come in person we will be glad, upon
request, to have one of our experienced
shoppers assist and conduct you to as
many of the 75 different departments as
you choose. There is no charge.
Sheets at 59c
Regular Price 70c
Extra heavy quality, full
bed size, 81x90 inches. A
Third Floor, Slxth-St. Wide.
This Is United
Gas Stove Week
Our entire stock of
Trmp. Annex, Sth Floor.
Ufual Price 1 Tc
12x30 inches, 121,v
each; 10c size, A'lS.Z'i
-Third I'lWt, Milh-M. Bids.
75 New Balmacaan Coats
For Summer Outing
The Balmacaan will be tho popular Coat for
this Summer for all sorts of outdoor wear. At
the beach, for autoing and country wear they're
prime favorites. Black and white mixtures,
tans, olives and other desirable combinations.
Made with patch pockets, large and roomy,
ragla n sleeves and hilow collars, button trim'd.
All sizes in this lot so very .
Lowly Priced at $6.45
Fourth Floor, Slxth-St. Bldr.
Silk Lisle Hose for 45c
The M. (J F. Special
Ingrain Silk Lisle Hose, of extra quality,
known as the "M. & F. Special." Extra wide
elastic garter welts, with lavender bands,
double soles and high splicings. Sizes 8',i
to 10Vz. Three pairs for $1.25.
Flrat Floor, Mxlh-St. Bid.
Women's Pure Irish
Linen Kerchiefs 12c
Real 25c Qualities
Full size, pure Irish linen, excellent quality.
Four different style initials to choose from.
Every Handkerchief worth 2oc. Today your
choice at 12?, or six for fiOf.
Flrnt Floor, Siilh-Xt. BldK.
Yeloban Milk, Doz. 80c
Made in one of Oregon's
best milk condensers. Cases
of 4 dozen $3.15.
ShoulderHams.lb.l 1 Vzc
Sugar cured by improved
slow process, sweet pickle
cured, lean, tender.
Victor Flour, S1c. $1 .59
High grade patent flour,
one of our most popular
I grades. Very low price.
Pure Lard No. 10 pails r7frt
$1.39, No. 5 pails i VJG
Wax Beans Victor Brand, No.
2 cans, dozen, $1.15;
White Beans Large size QQ
6-lb. cloth sacks
Bayou Beans Imported spec
kled, 5-lb cloth sacks
Molasses No. 5 cans, O re
priced special today at. . .O vIC
Large Prunes Oregon "
40 to 50 size, lb. today. . .1 vC
Dried Peaches Fine California
fruit, special today, 3 0C
lbs. for tJC
Butter Butternut Brand, al
ways satisfactory, tiCC
Baking Chocolate Ghirardelli's
Vz -pound cakes, spe- - "7 1
cial at X 4 C
Pure Food firwfry,
Basement Slxth-St. Bids.
Best Grade Sateen
OurUsual Selling Price Is $2.23
Made with "Eppo" fitted
tops. Shown in all the prac
tical street shades. Finished
at bottom with narrow knife
pleating or scallop. A won
der at $1.59.
Petticoats for 49c
Usually $1.23 and $U0
A special lot that we wish
to close out. Good line col
ors, made with string or ad
Fifth Floor, Slxh-St. Bids.
"New Three Piece
Priced at 98c
Skirt. Blouse and Cap to Match
Good grades of ginghams
in neat pink and blue checks.
Prettily bound with white,
made with two pockets and
wide belt. An ideal costume
for the housewife who values
her appearance, combining
neatness and practicability.
59c Cover-Alls 39c
Percale, in light and dark
colors. Full size, width and
length, neck and sleeves neat
ly bound with white.
Second Floor, Slxth-St. BldK.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Sale of
Goodyear Guaranteed Garden Hose
Indestructible "Hippo" Hose... $3.59
Indestructible "Hippo" Hose... $7.19
Indestructible "Hippo" Hose. . .$3.99
Indestructible "Hippo" nose... $7.99
Badger four-ply Black Hose... $3. 19
Badger four-ply Black Hose $5.99
Badger four-ply Black Hose... $3.59
Badger four-ply Black Hose. . .$(.79
Indian seven-ply Red Hose. .. .$2.79
Tfniiorarr Annex, Third Floor.'
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