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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1915)
THEJIORMNO OREGONTAX. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1915.
ome geautiful Ts the Result of '". Artistic planning!
October 11 to 16
Uncle Sam Can Afford It
Trte Q.UAJ.rrY' Store or pofoxand
How many times have you seen a home with many fine things' in it, yet not planned so that each was in complete
-In furnishing or re-furnishing the home for the Fall and Winter months, consult our expert Decorating staff.
After they suggest an acceptable scheme, then your selections of furniture, floor covering and hanging may be made
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Demo nstration Today
:u me oesi advantage.
Seveatk Flm, Sixth Street.
procks for the pall T)ance
F2 $19-I2J2 $35
Burns Coal and Gas.
I'ntnitcd Feb. 9, 115.
You should not miss this
demonstration. Come pre
pared to be enthused over the
wonderful special features of
the Duplex Alcazar "two-in-one"
range. It burns coal and
gas separately or both at once
so it is .an ideal all-the-year-round
range. Takes up no
more room than the ordinary
Come to 8th Floor
The demonstrator will show you
how you can bake, roast, fry, broil,
boil with coal or wood or with gas,
using both fuels separately or to
gether. When you have once seen
and tested the Duplex Alcazar you
will never want to go back to the
old-style range. The name "Alca
zar" on every range is the manu
facturer's and our guarantee. It
stands for quality and protects you
absolutely against an unsatisfac
FREE to every lady who at
tends the demonstration.
Credit Terms May Be
Arranged if Desired
Eisbth floor, Sixth Street.
WIRELESS PHONE HERE
TALK BY I.ENTS STATION TO PUCET
SOCXD ROT CSUSDAL.
Federal Company Amenta Report Lat
est Convcraailoa Between Port
land and Algoaa, Waih,
That wireless telephony. which
prang: Into prominence during the
pust week by the successful transmis
sion of conversation through the ether
from Mare Island to Arlington, clear
across the continent, is not new In
Portland is pointed out by the Federal
Wireless Telegraph Company agents in
Portland. They have conducted tele
phone conversations, entirely by wire
less, from the company's station at
Lents to Tuget Sound on numerous oc
casions. The latest demonstration was made
last Saturday morning between Port
land and Algona, Wash., a point near
Tacoma, where the Universal High
rower leiepnone company has an ex
periment station to try out a wireless
telephone. A voice was carried on the
ether successfully and the notes of a
pnonograph were heard distinctly.
The Federal station here has Installed
a ierorest ultra-audion receiver, i
great Improvement, it is said, in wire
less appartits, which overcomes suc
cessfully the troublesome- buzing
caused by the condition known in wire
less operating as "static," which makes
it diiricult for the operator to dis
tinguish messages, both voice and the
-norse telegraph signals. The same
receiver is used in telephony and tele
Instead of the buzzing sound, this
receiver transforms the message into
a musical, whistling note. By its use,
it is said, messages can be heard a few
feet awny from the instrument. The
Federal station at Lents picks up mes
sages being sent from the Tuckerton
and Sayville stations in New Jersey to
Europe risht along. The undamped
wave, used nt these stations, is utilized
here to transmit messages.
PRESS JINKS OCTOBER 13
tfnsi to i nrat iii-t-'ate, i rogramme
A i 1 1 Contain IS Ximi bers.
The Portland Press Club is going to
tiv to put the good luck sign on that
day of ill-fate, October 13. The club
has arranged to stage a jinks on that
night and !t -will start at 8:05 o'clock
and officially close at 12:01 the next
mornlns just to carry out the defi
ance to the 11 1-omencd 13.
There will be at least 13 different
numbers on the programme and
Chariest Y. Myers, manager of the club,
who'haa had something to do with
every Jinks that has been staged by
the club, promises a surprise in every
In a letter to the club members he
The first TT', "N jltiVa of t".ir s-.-;tt
le t.veii wwlnl:.y tilj.-hi. Octdiurr 13
If "iT.r i i)tti mrrereiii this tun
m3 if yofl rr wt prtjt o wilj ml.
tttws'S Xt-wr ;j lh ftaturrs r tjttit
jDJQ-ks lugit. srt U totii t find
next Monday. This is your op
portunity to learn the art of de
signing, cutting and fitting clothes.
The course will cover five weeks
and is under the direction of
famous for her work in Paris and
There will be two classes Class
A, on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays and Class B, on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
Tickets for the entire course, 50c
at Notion Store.
This includes free outfit of sew
Two explanatory lectures are
free Friday and Saturday at 2:30
in Music Hall. sixth Floor
WhiJ 10c Ruys on
6c Charter Oak Thread. 3 spools lOe.
5c King's Basting Thread, 3 for 10c.
10c Ritta Hair Nets, elastic cord, 3
5c Turner's Needles, 3 pkgs. 10c.
5c Rarua Bilk all colors, 3 spools
5c Windsor or Dorcas Hooks and
Eyes. 3 cards 10c.
3c ONT Darning Cotton, 5 for 10c.
5c Ruch or Stickup Collar Stays, 3
5c Elite Hair Pins. 3 boxes lOe.
5c K. B. Invisible Hair Pins. 3
5c Hat Elastic, flat or cord, 3 yards
5c Wheels of jet or white pins, 3
5c Hat Wire, black or white, 3 for
6c Celluloid Thimbles, 3 for 10c.
10c Cotton Princess Belting. 2 yds.
20c White Nainsook Shields, pair
5c Eagle Crochet Hooks. 3 for lOe.
6c O. N. T. Lustre or Crochet Cotton,
3 for 10c.
First Floor, Sixth Street.
jjress porms in
indispensable to home dressmak
ers! An opportunity to buy a few odd
forms at big savings. There are
25 "Kumpack" Forms
regularly $4.50, complete with
splendid model for small women.
Sizes 32 to 38. Special $2.98.
-It really means something
to be able to get a pretty
party frock for less than
twenty-five dollars, doesn't
But it means more to have
that frock full of charm and
chic and look as if it had cost
considerably more ! v
Well, that's the very point
about these dresses that
have just been unpacked
and many are less than $25.
Crisp little taffetas
Sheer nets dnd chiffons
in colors of pastel dainti
ness. Blue, pink, green,
maise and violet with just
a dash of contrast where
Flaring; skirts and draped
skirts and tunics but different
from those of last season with
waists that are" high or normal.
Dozens of charming models be
tween S19.50 and S35.00.
Fourth Floor, Fifth Street.
Distinctive TVew Period guites
Prom the Pinest Purniture ghops
We don't believe that Portland has seen such a collection of fine furniture.
In our great new Eighth Floor Furniture Store, nearly a block square, are
shown products of the world's foremost shops. Many express artistic design
ing and fine .workmanship at very moderate prices.
Fine art suites, in exclusive Period designs. Queen Anne, William and Mary, Adam, Hepplewhite,
Chippendale. Mahogany, antique mahogany, American burled walnut, antique ivory enamel and black
decorated enamel. Complete suites for as little as $150.00.
Period designs of Queen Anne, William and Mary, Jacobean, Charles the Second, Adam and Hepple
white. Beautiful American burled walnut, mahog any, antique mahogany, two-toned oak and Jacobean
oak. Complete dining-room suites, $140 upward.
Portland headquarters for Berkey & Gay celebrated furniture.
Klghth Floor, 5th, tb, Morrison and Alder St.
Full - length, ad
justable forms. Ex
cellent for dress
makers' use. Ad
justable from 32 to
Extra long hips to
Sizes 32 and 34
Ailtons the Peer of Fine American
Makers seem to have reached the summit of perfection, in the beauty of pattern the fineness and durability.
We are showing today some uncommonly new patterns in French Wiltons (woven in America) Hardwick Wiltons Bundhar Wiltons. All are exclusive de
signs in small figures and medallion centers, for homes and offices. 9xl2-foot size. The BEST Wiltons that America produces. S48. S57.50 and S62.50.
This Wonderful Oriental Rug Sale Has Caused City-Wide Comment
Women who have yearned for years to own a real Oriental Rug have found it within their reach now ! For those who want smaller sized rugs, the Beloochi
stans at S15.75 the Mossouls at 19.50 the handsome Kurdistans at 39.50 are really astonishing offerings. About 20 magnificent carpet-size Ori
entals are priced at about half. Better come today ' K ,
J Seventh Floor, Fifth Street.
Tn the gig jVfen's Underwear Event Qiarming Qetonne
there are unusual savings on
Included are the famous John
S. Brown . cloths and napkins.
Some of the savings are:
- $1 for the finest $1.25 damask.
$2.50 for $3.50 linen napkins.
$4.00 for $5.00 linen napkins.
$4.00 for Brown's $6.00 cloths.
$5.00 for Brown's $7.50 cloths.
$1.98 for $2.50 bungalow cloths.
25c' for 35c linen towels.
25c for 35c Turkish towels.
Second Floor, Fifth Street.
Standard Tomatoes, No. 2 cans
labeled "Puree." Regular 10c grade.
Jersey Butter, roll 63.
Kenton Bacon, sugar-cured backs,
M strips, lb., 19.
Hawaiian Pineapple, Victor No. 2Vz
cans, dozen $1.63, can 15.
Hershey's Cocoa, -lb. cans 19.
Xlnth Floor, Fifth Street.
in beautiful Colonial design.
made with mahogany base
beautifully finished, with silver
plated railing in plain pierced
Colonial patterns, extending up
about an inch.
on four feet.
a limited auantity.
priced at $3.50.
MaLo Floor, Sixth Street
started off BIG yesterday!
Why shouldn't it? we are offering the finest worsted and cotton
union suits at about half!
Neustadter Bros.' surplus famous makes that we have bought
direct from the same mills for many years. '
The $3, $3.50 and $4 worsted union suits all sizes
and weights are $1.89.
The $1.50 and $2 cotton union suits are $1.09.
Main Floor, Morrison Street.
r.ook by Wire !
Do it the new, the better way do it electrically. Come today to
our Sixth Floor and see the demonstration of General Electric Com
pany ranges and appliances.
Prices Are Reduced .
From 20 to 33 1-3
Demonstration by Miss Murphy,
beginning 2:30: "The Use of
Electricity in the Home."
$3.75 Electric Iron $2.95.
$5.00 Electric Toaster $3.35.
$4.00 Utility Grill $2.40.
ir m mm
The- Quality' Store of Portland
Fifths Sixtlv Morrison, Aider pts.
Valances, Complete, $2.95
Cretonnes are not limited now to the bedroom their
charm and dainty coloring work an equal transformation
j i i
in me nving-room.
To simplify a selection of cretonnes we
offer today hangings with valance con
necting, as shown in the illustration.
for windows four feet wide, com
for double windows, four to
seven feet wide, S3. 50. -
for triple windows, seven to ten
feet wide, S3. 95.
Bring the measurement of your win
dow. The draperies will be made to fit,
and ready for you to hang.
500 pairs of Scrim
Curtains Nearly Half
59c for the $1 Plain Scrims.
98c for the $1.35 Lace Trimmed Scrims
$1.39 for the $2 Lace Trimmed Scrims.
$1.85 for the $2.50 Lace Trimmed
Irish Points, $1.95
The new Irish point patterns tend to
ward simplicity rather than elaborate
ness. Woven in St. Gall. $2.65 quality
2000 yards of 25c
Voile Scrims, 15c
We don't know when we can
offer such a value again, when
these are sold! Fine voile scrims
in white, cream and ecru. 15c a
yard, instead of 25c.
Seventh Floor, Sixth Street.
WS Wspl B'JSi $5.75
-Full-bed size with fancy striped border, 2-inch silk binding. Regularly $7.
-Wool-filled Comforter, covered with brocade silk and finished with a plain
silk 9-inch border colors blue and pink. Regularly $12.50, for $1 0.
Second Floor. Fifth Street.
5 HURT IN JiTNEY CRASH
TWO WOMEN AND TWO CHILDREN
BRtlSKD AND CUT BY GLASS.
Wife oa Way to Hospital to Bedside of
Husband Continues Trip aa Pa
tient Instead of Visitor.
Five were Injured, one seriously,
yesterday morning- when a jivtney car
rying six passengrers crashed into the
rear of a private automobile at Third
and Market streets, and overturned. A
Woifman, driver of the jitney, sus
tained a fracture of the right shoulder:
Mrs. B.. Simpkins. of Battleground.
Wash., and 10-months-old baby were
bruised; Allen Simpkins, aged
years, was injured in an eye by a piece
of plas. and Mrs. C. JJearinger. 81S
Front street, was bruised. All injured
vero In the jitney.
Mrs. Mlmpklna. her two children and
her friend, Mrs. JJearlntfer. were on
their -nay to Bt. Vincent' Hospital,
whern Mr. ISiiripVlnj was a boat to un
dergo an operation. They continued oa
their way in the police automobile and
were received as patients instead of
visitors. Woifman, the jitney driver,
who lives at 116 Grover street, was
taken to the Good Samaritan Hospital
by the Ambulance Service Company.
An automobile driven bv H P. Jones.
1424 Macadam road, and occupied by
Mr. Jones and his sister, Grace V.
Jones, 1306 Macadam road. was ioingc
west on Market street and the jitney
north on Third street. The Jitney
driver endeavored to swing sharply
west into Market street and the left
front wheel struck the rear right
wheel of Jones' machine, which was
past the intersection of the street. The
Jitney turned completely over, spilling
The sixth person in the Jitney was
a woman, who was unidentified. She
was not injured and made her way
from the scene in the crowd that gath
ered. Xeither of the occupants of the
Jones car was hurt.
Patrolmen Shaffer, Cason. Burke and
Thompson were sent to the scene from
police headquarters. Patrolman Shaffer
attributed the accident to carelessness
on the part of the jitney -driver, for
endeavoring to make a sharp turn
without due caution. Theofficer swore
to a complaint against Woifman.
charging reckless driving, and also to
a complaint against Jones. Trial will
be held when Woifman Is able to leave
Lhs hospital. . .
"EAT FRUiT'FLYNN SAYS
L12MOX9 BETTER THAN "CI RK-ALL"
FOR MANY AILMEMS.
More Education on Value of Food
Thoacht NeccsMarr in Schools as
Oairic Pot to Health.
W. Earl Flynn last night gave one
of the best lectures since he has been
conducting his health campaign at the
Eleventh Street Theater.
The subject was "Some Popular Dis
eases," and among other things Flynn
"Eat more fruit you will help your
own state and save your life. When
walking through a vegetable garden or
a fruit orchard you would enjoy it
much more if "you understood the me
dicinal qualities of Its products. Where
an animal has it on man when he is
sick Is that instinct tells him the
things that he - needs to eat and he
doesn't go howling around the block
looking for a pill box.
"Millions of people are eating foods
to satisfy appetite without the least
knowledge of what the effect is on he
body. With all our boasted education
even today in our colleges and schools
little knowledge- is- to be had regard
ing the amount of protein, carbohy
drates, fats, and salts necessary for the
proper functioning of all the organs.
Why not teach a little more along this
"For colds. fevers. rheumatism,
throat troubles, pimples, biliousness,
liver trouble, and 'that tired feeling
there can be no prescription written
equal to the recommendation of two or
three lemons each day. People pass
them'up because they are so cheap, for
some high-sounding cure-all, but re
member in using them for medicinal
use the sugar must be left out. as it de
strdys their value."
The lecture tonight at 8 o'clock is to
be on "Appetite and Hunger."
Cnder-Track Tunnel Cost Studied.
Surveyors have been making: esti
mates on the probable cost of cutting
a tunnel under the main line of the
O.-W. R. & N. at Fairview. thereby
lowering: the grade of tho crossroad to
meet the new level of the Sandy Road.
While the road is negotiable for auto
mobiles and light teams, the (trade is
too steep for heavy loads. It is the
only outlet to the Sandy from the south
at present. It has been suggested that
a new road be opened near the O.-W.
It. & N depot at Fairview, where a
less grade can be found.
CHILDREN PLAN ENTRIES
Coming Junior KxliibKlon Is Ex
plained at Shattuck School.
Airships, boats, tops, furniture and
many other articles are being planned
by the boys of Shattuck School for their
part of the Junior exhibition that will
be held October 28 to November 6 in
the Library. The girls are making
dolls' dresses, fancy work, clothes for
themselves and are practicing cake and
pie baking, to oe ready to compete in
the exhibition that is being planned, by
the Portland Parent-Teacher Associa
Yesterday Mrs. Alva Lee Stephens,
president of the Portland associations,
gave an address at Shattuck School,
telling the children how they might
participate. Many asked questions and
expressed great interest. Mrs. Stephens
will speak at several other associations
In the near future. Mrs. J. F. Kelly
presided at yesterday's meeting.
- Forest Meet Plans Set.
Advance copies ere out giving the
programme of tho Forestry Xndustry
Conference in Pan Francisco October
19 and 20, which Is the chief occasion
of the year to draw Pacific Coast lum
ber and timbermen to the Exposition
Held under the auepices of the West
ern Forestry and Conservative Asso
ciation, an alliance of all fire patrol
organizations from Montana to North
ern California, the conference will also
include state. Federal and British Co
lumbia forest agenoies. One day will
be devoted to forest protective methods
and another to possible reorganiza
tion o? the lumber industry to meet
its unsatisfactory trade, conditions.
Prominent lumbermen from all the
Coast cities will be in attendance, also
state and Federal officials.
Don t worry about skin troubles. You
can, have a clear, clean complexion by
using a little zemo. obtained at any
drug store for 25c, or extra large bottla
Zemo easily removes all traces of
pimples, blackheads, eczema and ring
worm and makes the skin clear and
healthy. Zemo Js neither watery, sticky
nor greasy, and stains nothing. It Is
easily applied and costs a mere trifle
for each application. It ts always do