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TITE BrORXIXG OREGOXTAX. FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1915.
ISALE FA3I0US MIITE M0UNTAESTW REFRIGERATORS NOW IN PROGRESS WE ARE SOLE AGENTS ANNEX, FIFTH FLOOR
or presence is
at a lecture to be
in our Music Room,
Sixth Floor, New
at 4:00 P. M.
"Teaching the Child to
Think and Express
Itself in Terms
of JVf uc.
RAILROAD MEN CONFER
pr.vnorET or r.m.
TraBapatrtalfcsa risk rmMl Deplr
Hick Taxes mm
(ell Nr .
(". lopmnt of tb llv.Mock. agrl
enttural and transportation Interest of
tr state and Pacific Northwest waa lit
utJ-ct of th dtscusalon at th Port
land Luesto." KcfcBj luncheon yes
terday at th t'nlnn Meat Company
i.tjnl. BUIn, lUllo-a. prldnt or the
ivrtund Transportation Club. prldd
at lh tn.tin. ioIiiH kr William M.
lHucnrtv. of tb In Ion Meal Company
ho a. a !.
I'ha'rtnen ll 1" dlcused th sub
ject of "Taxation anl emphaataed II
arbitration ! In railroada or in
fvuntrr. plntinaj out t.iat th railroad
are taitd to th. point of confiscation.
II ala mn(iond tconnmy In Khool
an.t rife burtr!' and In bond Uiur.
K. Kubiniun. of th o.-W. R. N.
tompanf. outlinwd tti Industrial work
tn.it company ha btrn rarrylna" out In
tt in promotln dlverally of
rropr Mt ai.l that th railroad I
pending 1 1 '. annually In thla work
-Where Iher arc hoca in tha field
ther will b- paint on tha htn." said
I. Fryman. represenlina tha Spo-
kan. l.r;Und ScatU Railroad, th
ron Electric ami Trunk line. Mr,
I'rMmin said that the Orexon Electric
I preparing to spend mach money In
rffirrmrnr In lb nliltmlt valley.
y. IU r.'san. of the trrla-ht depart
moot of the fouthern Pa.tfle. brought
ti e Krevlinc of that company In the
i-rn, of J. II. Mulihay.
Mr. K. t. Cllliam rendered several
T ir railroad were represented by
Hr. J. Leonard. K. W. Robinson. J. M
TMoma. r. It I rnn. V. klMler. I). C.
I'rifmin. M. rowler. A. J. Mc
Crew hey. I!. U Walter. Ulalne llallock
and E. M. Sloif-tr. who represented the
MR. TAFT DUE SUNDAY
CY-rRKMPKIT TO BE (.ii:t OK
A44rM BV Illr Bfor Bnr A
mm rim tt mm NM.an Wlft mwtd Da neb
E-TTidnl William Howard Taft
.U arriT. in iVrtland at 13:Ii P. M.
Sunday, and Mar until Mondar aft
ernoon. Mr. Taft and Mta Hleo Taft
tll not itompnjr him on thi Krtton
of bt umy. Thry will t In Port
land fr a rvrt ttm Thursday on thrtr
wmy to n rrnt-t-o.
A aa h arn Mr Taft will
h rrtrJ by Ju4c iharl IL Carjr.
iruif Juilae i.tor. N Iavta and Al
trt K i:my t th lnn llotrl.
hr th IVrtland Trrva Club will
(br a braWfat In bla (.oaor.
hen th brva-fast t otrr Judca
Trt will b taken fr an auiomobil
ffid vr Ih mfoir ruut of ih cttjr.
r r tVlutrbta lUwr litffhmay.
!urtfii ttvflinc th .al Alumni wltl
entertain him mt m dinner at tho I nl
vervtty t'lub. Monday noon Judaa Taft
baa a lun-rton encasement at the Ar
tinjtot lub. At 2 oVlock Monday
he will adire th 'tnt mevttntr t
rt bar a"-tat i on of Ore con and
ahmt.a at the MrHlc Theater. Hi
uri- will h ' Uw and ovrnment."
If Mr Tafi ani Mim HeUn Taft re
Rmir tn I'ortland any length of time
t"y will b eptertatnedi by a epectal
committ 'f women.
Y. M. C. A. BRAf.'CH TO OPEN
IxllwvmJ xnlaa Will Operate With,
out rh j l- I Itlrevtor.
The k tr. rvltciu and Keneral
a-ltitie of lie Cellwood V. M C A.
will oren jepin-.aer IJ. bat for the
preeent a physical rftrevtiT wt: trot be
es(ed. At a meetirs of the local
board of control Wednesday night at
trr4 by fievretary 2tone. of the Cen
tral Aov'Utton. title plan waa decided
Mr. W. r. ralner. president of the
aumtliam. waa appointed chairman of
lac committee vn oclt activities: G.
I tjermain. chairman of fhe committee
en reliatou function, and Jeter tluire.
chairman of the general and baatness
act ten i.
The bonding will be open for coat
riunitr and octal affaire.
Wife ar After IS Year.' Veelert.
WENATCIIKK. W.h.. Aur l.
(Special. After 11 years of neclcct
asd noa-anpport. Bessie B'xrcan baa
applied for an absolute d'eorr la the
Superior Court. Md?ord Wi:tam Bur
gia ard Besate Burden were married
in Pend eloo- I'r. on April IT.
Ko? a year ha not seen her hua
bacd and does not know hi hereabouts
Tlitr Q.UALlTY'.STORe Ol PORTLAND
rtftNe ilxth. "MorrlsoT Alder 3ta.
Our Friday Surprise Event
Last Days of the Removal Sale
Odd Things-Any thing Not to Be Restocked-Will Be Sold Today at-f Veil, the
Lawst Forbid Gift Enterprises, But Some Goods Are Mighty Near Given A way
Men's Good, Stylish Suits at $7.50
That Have Sold Earlier in the Season at $12.50, $15.00 and $16.50
Your choice of worsteds, tweeds, cashmeres and homespuns in' the fashionable colors and
patterns of this season. Made in regulation and box-back style.
Suit for retnJlar. stout, lonir nd short men. See if your size is here and come in early. Ten suits of size 30; three
suit of size 31; eleven suiu of size 32; eighteen suit of size 33; twenty-five suits of size 34; thirty-one suits of size
35; thirty-one suiu of size 36; ten suits of size 37; eleven suits of size 38; three suite of size 39; twelve suits of size
40; eii-ht suiu of size 42; eighteen suits of size 44; five suits of size 46; six suits of size 48; six suits of size 50.
Temporary Annex, Second Floor.
Our Regular Price
Is, the Yard $129
Nothing better for frocks
and trimmings this year than
taffeta. 1000 yards of this
splendid quality S6-in. width
black taffeta goes on sale
Friday at this big reduction.
Because the quantity is so
limited come early!
ew Handles. -ecoad l lr.
19c Today Buys Women's
Summer Weight Underwear
All first-quality garments at less than cost for a big final cleanup, including
WOMEN'S 75c LISLE UNION
Fine lisle, low neck, sleeveless, with
WOMEN'S 50c "NUSHAPE"
UNION SUITS, 19t
Fine ribbed lisle, low neck, no sleeves,
WOMEN'S 50c LISLE
PANTS, Pr. 19
Fine mercerized lisle, light weight,
lace-edged knee, draw-string top.
WOMEN'S 50c LISLE
PANTS, Pr. 19
Mercerized lisle, in light weight, tight
knee, draw-string top.
New Balldlns;, Seeaad Floor.
Men's Underwear 25c
That Well-Known "Gotham Brand That We
Have Sold Regularly at 50c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
All broken lines of famous "Go
tham" Shirts and Drawers form
erly selling at the above prices are
included in one sweeping price that
'will be sure to move entire stock.
Malmiwilr cniaAT.f.A Knme With Rlllc Rtrine.A
rY crepe cloth and light-weight mull. Broken
lines of sizes, but almett every size 'in some
Gotham Union Suits
Special for 79c
Regularly Priced $2.00
r1f nf finest aualitv nainsook and
silk-finished soisette. Sleeveless and knee length for warm
weather. If you don't need them now, purchase for next year,
for thiS iS a WOnderful Opportunity. Temporary Annex, Flrt Floor
1 to 5- Yard Lengths
5erire. poplins, tweed, mo
hair, rhalllea and ilk and
wool mied Roods In the lot.
rw Bids. Sd Klaar
$2.00 to $3.50 Models
Lawns. chambrays. new
kloth. cotton crepe, all sizes
and styles. :i0 dressa In lot.
Kleor. tb-t. Bids.
$4.00 to $6.00 Models
Fine voiles, lace or em
broidery trimmed; Ions; or
short sleeves. Also a few or
Bundles. Sizejt 34 to 40.
Itk Floor, Sth-et. Bids;.
Ginghams, crepes and lin
enes. all this season's stock,
good models. to 16 sizes. No
phone calls nor exchanges.
5th Floor, Oth-St. Bids.
50c to $1-50 Pieces
A wonderful assortment,
that Includes hand-embroidered
collars, Swiss. lace
trimmed, vestees. guimpes, etc
First Floor, N'ew Bids.
Regular 50c Grade
S Pairs $1.00 Pure thread
silk, lisle tops, split soles.
Cleanup, in colors only. These
Hose have a fine appearance.
First Floor, th-St. Bids.
These Women's Dresses for $5
VWVN 4 i
About 75 Handsome and Dainty
Fashionable Summer Frocks
All $10, $12.50 and $15 Models
This is a big final cleanup of our re
maining stocks of better-class Summer
Dresses. So great is the variety of ma
terials, styles, trimmings and color ef
fects that we're going to ask you to
Come In and See Them
for in no other way will you appreciate their beauty
and inexpensiveness. In this lot are frocks that will
do nicely for wear during the Winter for teas, dan
cing and general house affairs. They were $10.00
to $15.00. Friday the price is only $5.
Fourth Floor, New Balldlns;-
Have You Seen the New Suits?
Every day new shipments are arriving
Fashion's best offerings and being placed on
display in our spacious new Apparel Depart
ment. Come in from day to day and see these new
Cardinal. Oxford and white.
r Byron collars, few ruff necks.
lew wltn Dens, sizes to a
Fifth Floor, Bth-St. Bids.
To Close 25 Dozen
Lisle and chamoisette, nat
ural, mode, tan and gray
shades, 2-clasp style, all sizes.
First Floor, 8th-St. Bids.
Good 10c Grade
A good firm weave, with a
neat colored side border. Ideal
for kitchen or roller towels.
17 inches wide.
Second Floor, New Bids.
Regularly Sold $1.00
Crepe, dimity and linette.
made one-piece or two-piece
pajama style; 2 to 14-year
sizes in lot.
Third Floor, Sth-St. Bids.
To Close Out 40 Doz.
16-button chamoisette, nat
ural, mode, biscuit, tan. gray
and brown shades; sizes 5 to
First Floor, eth-St. Bids.
Ererr width. color and
kind, i-old by the piece only
none will be cut. No tele
phone nor C. O. l. order.
Flrat Klsvr. tb-M. Blda.
Hose at, Pair
Heavy $1-50 Grade
All pure thread silk: In
black only. Made by a prom
inent manufacturer. All sizes
to choose from at 98c.
First Floor. Sth.M. Bids.
$2.00 Grade-45 Pairs
White and ecru bobbinet,
with braid trimming. Nine
patterns, 2 to pairs of a
Temporary Annex, Oth Fir.
Limited Number Muslin
Pillow Cases, Each at 15c
Our 20c and 25c Grades To Clear
12 DOZEN PLAIN HEMMED CASES. SIZE 54X38 INCHES. IE.
pr iPFn fVC S VT R AT I
214 DOZEN HEMSTITCHED CASES, SIZE 64X38 INCHES. ON C
4 DOZEN HEMSTITCHED CASES, SIZE 50X36 INCHES. WILD g(j
5DOZENAHEM STIT CHEd' CASES.' SIZE 'HX3S INCHES. "ON j C-
SALE TOR 1 -u
Second Floor, New Building.
Always Priced $1.60
Just Like Illustration
Full two-gallon size and a
positive necessity to the
housewife who is looking for
best results in her canning.
89 The Sale Is for Friday
Temp. Annex, 3d Floor.
$S.OO to $10.00 Values
tienulne cowhide, leather
lined. In all alea. Only a lim
ited number In th lot to be
Ti sapsrary Atari. Blh Fir.
Regular Price $5.50
loft whit wool, with at
tractive colored borders; full
hJ size. Buy now for Win
Tesaporary Aaaea, th Kir.
Portland Housewives' Favorite Blue Ribbon
Butter Is Specially Priced Today at 63c Roll
Churned daily for this store by one of Oregon's best creameries.
CATSUP. Bt.t'E LABEL BRAND.
HKt:T EASTERN MAKE, A Ortp
HOTTI-E TOR uo
BAKING CHOCOLATE. GHIRAR
l'KLI.I S PREMIUM. 14-LB. j Qn
CAKES FOR '
gl'AKER OATS. THE FAVORITE
WELD-KNOWN CEREAL, A I fin
PACKAGE FOR 1 u
NAPTHA SOAP. ECONOMY, HIGH
GRADE BRAND. SLX BARS I Qn
FOR ONLY j ' 3
ORFOON RHUBARB. MAKES DB
LICIOUS PIES. NO. 24 CANS I ftp
TOR ONLY "
YELOBAN MILK. OREGON 7a
MAKE. DOZ. 80c: THE CAN..
PINEAPPLE JUICE. HAWAIIAN,
DELICIOUS. 10-CENT BOT-71a
TLES TOR.. Zw
COVE OYSTERS. NO POINT. 4
Ol'NCE CANS, DOZEN, 95c; OC
THREE FOR "
GROUND CHOCOLATEJ GHIRAR
DELLI'S 3-POUND CANS 75c: OCn
1-POUND CANS '
WHITE SOAP. COTTON BOLL,
EXTRA QUALITY, SEVEN OCp
BARS FOR "
GOOD BROOMS. "PRIDE" BRAND.
FOUR ROWS SEWING EACH, OCp
ON SALE AT u
Pure Food Grocery.
. Baaement, Sixth-St. Bids.
SIZE FOR ONE-POUND I Oft
ROLLS I Ob
SIZE FOR TWO-POUND QOf
A sanitary Butter Jar, just
the shape of butter roll, as
per illustration. Made of pure
crystal Rlaas, with handled
cover. Every housewife will
want ore Friday, prices are
-Temp. Annex. 4th Floor.
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING IN KODAKS, CAMERAS OR SUPPLIES YOU'LL ALWAYS FIND THE BEST IN OUR KODAK SHOP :
FIRMS HERE GET PRIZES
Tour In Window Display Contrat
Brlnf In $TS In Award.
Exceptional and aubatantlal honor
tare been won by four Portland firm,
th Western ilardwar Auto Supply
Company, th J. K. Gill Company. A rea
son's and th lionryman Hardware
Company, who participated In th .!.
i National Window Display Cotuaat.
Just concluded by th Rice Leaders of
th World Association, of which Elwood
E. Rice, of New York. I founder and
Th Western Hardware & Auto Sup
plv Company won th 11th prti. I2&.
wbll th J. K. Gill Company gained
on of th l:i prizes In th lith class,
and a II prix In th ITth class. Th
Honeyman Hardware Compans wore
four of th prtie !n the class.
Arocsoo won the 14tb prli. !!".
This brlntta elht of th 4(3 prises to
Portland, or a total of 47i.
Th contest assumed a magnitude
nerer befcre equaled In th history of
window display, and aroused abundant
Interest In every branch of retail trade
throushout th country.
DIVORCE SUIJJS ANSWERED
Woman Alleging Cruelty la Charged
After two years of life on a farm.
Mra Mabel Rueic became dissatisfied
and went to sea, according to the crosa
complaint for divorce filed yesterday
by John Ruegg. Now aha la stew
ardess on a vessel plying; between San
Kranctsco and Seattle.
Two weeks ago Mrs. Ruegg filed
suit for divorce, charging cruelty. 8he
said the foundation of th Hurts for
tune was laid by ber when sb cooked
for a contractor's crew on their farm.
Mr. Ruegg own seven big automobiles
that haul the mail between the post
offices and the railroad stations. Mrs.
Ruega- asked 3540 suit money and 115.
Kelo Man on Torpedoed Ship.
KELSO. Wash. Aug. 1. (Special.)
When th news dispatches announced
that the Norwegian vessel "Mona"
bound from Portland to th United
Kingdom had been sunk by a German
submarine, much anxiety was felt here
by relatives of William Hughes, who
was a member of th crew of th ves
aeL No word has yet been received
here by his mother, Mrs. Samuel Smith,
but the news dispatch said all the
Th poor alo enjoy some sense of ra
vens from th fact that many of the
wealthy don't get much tun out of their
STRENUOUS TEST PROMISED
Applicants for Incinerator Jobs
Mast Show Ability.
Carrying out the recently adopted
plan of giving applicants for city civil
service jobs a thorough practical test,
applicants for positions as laborers at
the incinerator will be put through a
strenuous examination Tuesday.
Each applicant will be required to
lift up even with the chin a weight of
S5 pounds. They will also be required
to get down in the hottest part of the
burning rooms and shovel garbage for
an hour. They will be given other
physical testa to determine their fitness
for the strenuous work.
Xorthport Smelter Reported Sold.
COLVILLE, Wash.. Aug. 19. (Spe
cial.) It is reported here that the
Northport smelter has been purchased
by the Day Bros., of Wallace, Idaho,
and that work has commenced prepara
tory to putting it In operation in 60
days. It has been closed since 1906. It
was a copper Bmelter, but it Is re
ported lead and zinc stocks will be
UNITARIANS ARE COMING
Noted Speakers and Pastors to Visit
Portland en Route.
Rev. Richard W. Boynton, of Buffalo,
N. Y will preach in the First Uni
tarian Church on Sunday morning.
Rev. Walter F. Greeman. or Milwaukee,
Wis., will preside at the service. The
occasion will be one of great (import
ance in the Unitarian Church. About
27S delegates to the National confer
ence to be held in San Francisco next
week, will be in Portland on Sunday.
Ex-President Taft is president of the
general conference of the Unitarian
Church. Rev. Samuel Eliot will meet
the party in San Francisco and will
deliver the opening sermon of the con
ference. Rev. W. G. Eliot, Jr., pastor
of' the church here, will go south with
the delegates to attend the National
Peninsula Park Concert Tonight.
The Portland Park Band. W. E. Mc
Elroy, conductor, will give a conce't
tonight at 8 o'clock at Peninsula Park. .
The programme follows:
March, '"Orearon" (McElroy); overture,
"Zampa" IHcrold); waltz. "Eapana" (Wald
teufel); baritone olo. "The Holy City"
(Adams), Eugene CloITi; musical comedy.
"The Newly Weds" (O'Harel; an Indian
novelette. "My Ramapoo" (Hager); humor;
on paraphrase, "Tin on My Way te Dublin
Bay" (Lampc); "Descriptive Fantaiie" (Lu
ders); grand paraphrase. "My Old Ken
tucky Home" (Dudleyi. introduction of olo
for il Instruments: finale, "Istar-Spaus U