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PRESIDENT OF OREGON CONGRESS OF MOTHERS AND HER SON.
WHO ARE PLANNING I OR THE HOLIDAYS.
MISS v V J. ; - J
i'nliililh ; - '
I'R social servlca worker kave
spleadiv! service, Tfce
re and papHa. too.
eip' eo tatifit:y an4 gaeroolv
tiet I kwa i wort to eiprese Biy P
frteuiion.' Ttna i4i the tt-nnt ef Mies Peg.
trtar Nelty T.sf.ft.T Mbit she was
eicuiBg th activities of te JJ.al
! rrnt-Te-her Am:U!Ioh
The c.tlMria who ecu 14 do eo brought
tor the Ixotrt all air4 laio lb
eelrn of tfce work aa4 lha luirUtlM
la pmvuiiag fjr a-ore of jaltl la
ir hatca.:k aier.ru-t. levrl dona
tone at nor made It peit!e for
the nnalUM ta bur floor aa4 otber
rT:iou ei4 c oo'l substantial roost
of beef ert-t lac at mutteav
Not eair provisions vara given.
ral4 r m.e Keliy. mattresses,
jaiits. .ht .i ataar arttcta ra
ro.W for famillaa ao vara la raa(
al AH aa oul4 ia at uar.
troialoaa ar lhair 1m in4 lainta
.f a aa4 aa m rall aJattja feaa
md a artaadt ror4. M;a Kali
la nairmaa at la aoctat rt-a Ja-
rt rr a L Ra la t&o .! laucktr
of Mra. J. . K'tr. trMat cf lha
katta-.i rafat-Tacbr AavlaCiua.
a a a
Tb Kmwo'i Totit!cI c!o-a CIo
a!4 If cnaatiaa' la) "otral Li
brary TaiJy ar-roofv Tka apaakar
tor I ia ct- aa I r. C. IL Cbapman. bta
!. bm -Will taa arort B.'tac
a a a
Ta LirI"art clubwoman ara tak
n aa a.tta lotrt In Oirtatmaa
.ia and dolac. a Xon4 tby
win jia a party for about . ran
of tka 'rair ttrttloa ll"m
Tbia wi:l ba a craat eccaatoa wbaa
rwaasa and Jttr, wtll frolic
and eUr and all bo raUdra tecotbar.
Mix Cwlivs. of t&a Library. U raad
m rhrtatmaa tor. liamaa l!l b an
Jorad and thr wtil ba a woodarfbl
praad at caara aad soodtaa.
a a a
Vta Nina, Oraalkonaa. tka Kiftad
radr. I4 Iba jy of Iko Wltchlrx
Hour o Monday at tha in.atloa" of Iba
larai&arat stady Club. Tha at play
t b taaan op wi.J aa Maalarliack a
'railaaa aad ii'Uaaad.
Tka rortfand rvcholocy Club will
vnaat tba afcrnooa la Iko Library,
ir ViMr4 Krla wltl !ad tha atudy
of -Hit" Xra. Alva Lao Utapbana
I ervatdont of thia alaraatlrv rlub.
r-a la ala praatdaat of tb Portland
l'arantTaarOr Aaaovlaiioa that la do-
lac ao murk la aortal aarvlca and td4
a a a
Tka mambara of tka Profa'lofial
tl'wuii't Laaatia aro looklac forward
to lair e!Utlrr party" tbal wltl ba
katd la Iba Art Mum on th atcht
of fwcatnbor II. !ia llary t'raacaa
jjon la prI Jnu
a a a
V.. R. Martin wltl clo a lntar lac
ttro at tha T. W. C. . Sun.lay aftr
ooa at Tr auhl'ct will ba Tha
fa of NinmlL Ail woman ara In
itd. a a
t'B'l-r tha d'ra.-tinn of Mi Jootyn
railk". aa lntrrtiaf kolHy pro-
rammo waa (! on Taday Mcbt
in jt.--.il line H.ittaa. MUa Ratb Jomii
aat Mirrt tlammar. lrocaliata. dalicht
4 ta wn witk thair oonar: tr. II.
A. Ilimplnii pUd Tfotin auloa: Mra.
t'1ri.tt Haa a o-i ia lu Marco
il KoMrtaia ant NaMraa ftakar. tal-
att roa!ara. a"a appraprtato itm.
kora, Mra. ONil and Mra. Itacnptaa
Mmhr of tha nitf t'tfro Club
wtil moot rn tha Uhrary tbia aftr.
aona aat wilt diacuaa currant aanta
Nbr TW plod rtaoa- a(
't.id CERTfitPC ICItlTLCfl kaa
inada tka prof-.ioa of kH'.inc ral
bar Ufa work. Hbo La probabty th
only woaaaa la tb world a-cd la
tkia arcaaaCInt for a livaltboo-l. Ph
la cortalatjr tka only woman la Now
York who kaa rboaoa ivl a caraar.
M Hllir ta In rbara of a rat
crw of ma who kill rata aolr hr
ord'r. Tkay ara mploya-l fey aarloua
aeaaaabia compaau la aar-k tbair
abta wba th rcb port aaJ to
taravtaata atl rodaata Mon tb-y acala
aaiL Tka C'yi and Mallory liaaa aro
Kir thoaa that raalarty am ploy
kli-a Kaltlar and kar craw.
Tbarw aro as rat trap, poioana a or
otkor aaodara nor aact-cl lavaationa
-ao.1 la tka a'aucbtar dirarl! ky tka
Ctrl rat catckar. .V klad of f-mf la ron
caKtad of lnrd -ota that only Mia
llaitir know. Tka kail la a lampt
la tbat It will draw tko rata fra all
a feulldiac or aMn. Miao Hltlr
or kar anplojaa await tkair approax-k
aad crab tha ro-l-n:a wbaa thor coma
ta fd. altkar klllinc tkara wllk tkalr
fearo kasda or witb a rtuk or a trap.
aWxnatlmaa aa Iron rod la aaad.
No Btombor of tko rodnt famttjr ran
raatat Iba kalt that la pfrd for him.
a vary ahort aaao of tlmo tha antlr
abla aiay ba iad. No otbr f
fartlva maaa kaa aa yat ba foaod.
Tka food wlta wbU-b tka rata ara
raptarwd Is nanafartarod tn a llttia
laaoratorr ocvpio4 ty Hi UtlUar aa
Brooira atraat. llato iba Ha wltk
acoraa of rodanta. frrt. rabblta
iulna pic aad picaooa. Tbay all ara
auilo bappy tocth'r and do rot mtar-
lra wita ona anotbar'a activltLa la
a a a
lint llllr ferine h cholct
wharf rataa korea laatcad of kliilnc Uara
Mi tkar calbar about kar aa bar rat
llarmlullnr aapodltiona. Tbao aba
tamo, nam a and baapa for pia. Moat
of lb animaia causM by tua craw now
aro killed Immadlataly. but a fw yrarj
aco tba bualkoaa waa doubly proAtabla.
Too catrbora wra paid for caarlnc
tb akipa or bulldinsa of tbarn aad war
paid as. a ky arlamla'a or aoclora wbo
ua4 than la earn cultara and madlcal
Mua liaitlar la a daaraodanl of a
toac Una of rat rate-hare. (ba lovaa bar
p-o(aloa and aha lorae rata, liar one
rocrat la tbat tkey mq.t fee killed. Kka
la tbo daocbler of William A. liaitlar.
wbo aatu kia datk a ahort tlmo aco
waa la ebarce of the rat-cetrhlea; rrew
bow directed fey kia daochter. Many
betete. abipa aad dwelllaxa that depend,
ad opoa klra to keep tbara free from ro
dnte now accept Ik aerelrea of ble
lI.Kl.r learned bla profeeaion from
Harry Jenelnv. known amonc kl aa
aoclaiea aa Lt-fc tbo Rat.- lie becea
bla career at Ike ace of II and con
tinued la U for nearly half a century,
for ii yeara he did ootblnc feul kill
rata for a una.
tare of rata. Khe kaa atwaya knoora
the odor of cook in j rat Macnlt or the
boilinf of pottaca. Janalbca nrat con
cocted tka food that la now tired. It
we, boweeer. perfected by Holder, wbo
added a bow incredteat.
Parla Hla yeara of labor Haiti?
killed nearly & rata. It waa hla
prood boat that more than two-thtrda
of ttiat number ba billed with bla bare
baada aad that ba bad nacer ud a
trap nor a drop of po'eon. Tbua far Ma
(auxbtrr baa a record aim oat aa rood
a bl own and aha keepa tha aerount
of rb dar-e work on a carefully ar
timet Kort card.
Tba wharf rat la a ravace little craa.
lure. It bit and erratrhae more rlo
leatly than any other kind of rodent
lie Injury often rult la blood pot
oa or death, but Mia lieltler haa the
animal under complete aabjectloo. la
all of Bar carver tbua far aha haa never
beea la tha Neat Injured from handling.
Muses' Beautiful CoaU
for Afternoon Wear.
Dainty Evening: Shade
in Broadcloths, Velvet -
On Sale Second Floor.
lone look backward and a look ahead.
It can ae from what la haa come. It
raa e the earlou roada by which It
ran co forward. It can Bote Iba rxwr
It haa In Ita hand. It can aeo it me
today la what it wanta It to be. and
how it can brat ua thl power to make
IKo tomorrow more to lu llkln.
a e e
And thai It raa an war tha ajneatlon
whether It ahall atrlka In an ammuni
tion factory la order lo atop making
hot and abell to kill Ita f allow-work-era,
or lo cot mora monry for making
tha ehot and ehelL
For thl la no qutlon merely of tha
preeent time, of making or not mak
Inc ammunition. It la a question aa
bia aa humanity Itself. It la a platform
whose ede wtll reach Into future civ
taxation. It meana will labor labor In tha
crrat sje of expression and service
will laUr stand merely for money
ctltln. for the pay envelope: or wtll
it stand for that expression of man's
activity that brine bappineaa lo life?
BABY HOME HAS TREE
a) LITTLE OSKS WILL HAVE BIG
Gertrada llsltUr wee raised la aa at.
Biosphere of rata. from bar aarlleat
r .... .Christmas 1st." bat avery one of the
. . . r a . inn. .
Happy Kveat to Take riaew Teaserraw
Aflerweoa Jeaaelll Mill tar la
Beaeflt to SVa Clvea Later.
A healthy, bappy family of 0 young-
tar at the Baby Homo la eagerly
awaiting tba Christmas tree and cele
bration that will be bald tomorrow at
l o'clock. Of course tba vary
younsaat of tka tiny tots do not know
Just wkat la to happen, for they be
long to tha class tbat "never saw
llwr of Labor.
DO joo not find pleasure In dwelling
upon tbo fact tbal labor la coming
Into Its own. tbat It Is being given
dignities and honor, that It has arrived
at the distinction of having a day at
apart for It en the calendar, that It
riro I being hrard and regarded In
chambere of stale?
lor It all means, doe It not, that
this great factor of life and bap
pineaa, tbia thing tbat with many of
of oa stands alrnoel for life and hap
piness, la receiving !t troe valuation
la the eyes of mankind. No longer Is
tba edict to tilt the soil looked upon aa
a cure. It la winning at last Its true
recocritloo ae a prtvltec.' as the ex
pre.ioo ef mans s'lf. hi only true
raan of et pre loo In fact, and there
fore bie chief asnue of happiness. For
whea man la expressing Ma true self,
be la bappy.
Rut since every arrow thai file feele
the attraction of earth, tbia npward
f ichl of tabor towards Ita true r-Uce
aad rerocnlttoa la tbo world'e af.'slre
la liable lo fee held beck. If thoee wbo
hao Its feet Interests at heart are
not watrhfoL Instead of labr with
li pew power and prestige standing
f r lha rights and hlcht bsppinrss
of roan. Ibis power and poaitloa may
bo need for bar code.
a e o
ta tbo post weeba and month, there
have fea atrlkee and minora of strike
both) ker aad abroad. And It baa been
ai-i tr-at ta some of the atrlkee.
daily ti-.ose la ammunition tUnt the
(rtevaec waa aot because the men
wanted In stop making sbot aad ske.i
lo hoo( their brothers, tut because they
wanted a greater share In the profits
tbat resulted from soaking tba shot
e e e
Money looms largo with meat ef as
la oar dalty affairs. The pay envelope
'm often of more Importance lo a than
tba work It stand for. Life Is ao ar
rar.ced and toil haa heretofore been on
such a basis that with most of oe
money kaa ba Ike one eeaenilel. And
aa the wae bas beea of mora Impor
tance than vbo work. Tha salary bas
beea tha first thing lo be considered.
What we shall da to get the sa.ary baa
beea secondary. Aad ao perhaps It I
ntturml that INeaa workers should de
mand what Iher coaldr their Just
bare of the profile of their work, aad
that they eboul-1 not atop to consider
very seriously what this work is.
a e e
But today. If at no other tires In tba
Tex, labor baa Us leisure to take a
dear little dimpled darlings feels sure
that soma big event Is about to
transpire. And It surely la.
In the big ban there is ona or tn
prettiest trees In town, all decked In
Kay ornaments and anining tinsel,
while strings of colored lights have
been arranged to complete the fairy
land effect. Toys and candy will be
civen to each one of the little wards
of the home. Mrs. Fred Johnston and
Mrs. George li. Cellars will ba lr
charge of the plana. Miss Georgia
Morse, the matron, will assist In the
cieveral tota of tha home have been
Invited out to dinner on Christmas day
and for the others there will be a good
nourishing dinner In tha home with all
the goodies that ona can safely give
to llttia people.
About the middle of next month
Madame Jotnelll and a number of local
singers will give "Romeo and Jullet
fnr the benefit of the babl's. The
opera wtll ba produced In the Hetllg
Theater with Vine, Jomrllt In tha stel
lar role. This will give an opportunity
for all who wish to assure the babes
of food and care for many days of
Iba coming year.
Collage? Grove Candidates Out.
COTTAGE GROVK. Or. Tec ZZ.
(Special.) Tha Cottage Grove post
mastersblp. In which there will be a
vacancy next March, will not go beg
ging. Already there are three active
candidates for the position and others
have been mentioned. Thoee already
mil with petitions are Ernest I'urvance,
Joo fmith and Mrs. IL II. Veatch. All
are L-emocrata. Poatmaster Vanden
burg. who la a Republican, Is not a
Oar Crates, Andirons, Spark
Folding; Screens, Fireseta aad
A food opportunity to equip
Make a Fireplace) Gift.
M. J. Walsh Co.
Both Phones. ' 311 Stark St.
Grata Renewals and Fireplace
Green Trading Stamps Given With Purchases ALWAYS ASK FOR THEM!
Take Down-Town Luncheon in Our Beautiful Tea Room, 4th Floor Meet Your Friends Here
Only 2 More
in which to do your
Christinas shopping is
best dona at this big-.
roomy, daylight store.
Olds, Wortman $c King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Pacific Phone Marshall 4800
Home Phone A 6231
and fancy Boxes in a
great assortment. See
special display at the
Bargain Circle on the
Main Fir. Shop early!
Headquarters for Xmas Shoppers!
STORE WILL NOT BE OPEN EVENINGS
Bring the children in and let them see
Jolly Old Santa and the beautiful new
Dolls, Toys, Games and other
Xmas Novelties. Santa will ap
pear in Toyland from 2 to 5 P. M.
BRANCH POSTOFFICE near the
Stamp Booth, on the Third Floor.
BRANCH EXPRESS OFFICE in
the Basement Underprice Store.
SEALS, TAGS, XMAS STATION
ERY, Table Decorations, 1st Floor.
Xmas Kerchief Specials
$1.25 Boxed Kerchiefs Now $1.00
Women's 35c Kerchiefs for 25c
Women's Handkerchiefs with vari
ous style initials, also with dainty
corner embroidery and plain hem.
Fine, shear grade linen. Put up
threw or six to the box. Usual
selling price, J 1-25 (JT fl(
box. . Priced at, box p Xa W
Irish Linen Handkerchiefs 3 for $1.00
Spanish Lace Kerchiefs 3 for $1.00
Women's Christmas Handkerchiefs
in dozens of styles, with various
style embroidered ' corners, also
with initial. Fine quality linen
and shamrock lawn. Splendid 35c
Kerchiefs. Special for 0J
Thursday and Friday at aWJlw
IRISH Hand-Embroidered Ker
chiefs, put up three in neat frold
Iettered white Xmas box. Fine,
.sheer linen. Priced ffl fif
special, box of 3 P-L W
REAL SPANISH Embroidery Ker
chiefs in great many pretty de
signs. Fine quality linen. Priced
special today at, (7f IS)
only, box of three PX11
Best New Fiction for Girls
Michael CHalloran Gene Stratum Porter..
The Far Country Winston Churchill
The Heart of the Sunset Rex Beach
Making Money Owen Johnston
The Foolish Virgin Thomas Dixon
Three. Things Mary Shipman Andrews....
Best Western Books
For Xmas Gifts
The Guardians of the Columbia. A beautiful book on the Columbia
River, the mountains, the forest and the folk loie of Oregon.
paper .75 postpaid.
Cloth $1.50 postpaid.
Leather $2.50 postpaid
.The Columbia River Highway Samuel C. Lancaster. Showing "all
the wonderful pictures of the Great Highway in color. The gift of
a life time.
Vellum , $2.50
The Oregon Country. Geo. P. Putnam. A descriptive book of travel,
hunting and fishing in Oregon, with many fine pictures $1.75
The Bridge of the Gods Balch. The best-selling Oregon novel ever
Book Department First Floor
Shop Early in the Day
Special Xmas Sale of Womens
Bath Robes and Kimonos
Gifts That Are Always Appropriate
YOUR SHOPPING TOUR is not complete until you
have seen the wonderful display of gift articles in
the Garment Salons on the Second Floor. Expert
salespeople to serve you promptly and help you
choose most satisfactory gifts. Shop in the morning.
CORDUROY ROBES AT $2.98 These are fash
ioned in kimono style and have large shawl collar.
Made from medium-weight, velour-finish corduroy,
in splendid range of colors. -All sizes.
CORDUROY ROBES AT $3.98 Attractive
models with low neck and short sleeves. Fashioned
in loose effect, with large shawl collar. Shown in
many dainty patterns and colors. Full range of
CORDUROY ROBES, $5.95 Several pretty
styles in -this assortment, made with high or low
necks, long or short sleeves. Some have convertible
collars, others with roll collars. Silk lined. Full
range of sizes.
SPECIAL SHOWING OF FANCY BOUDOIR CAPS.
Beacon Bath Robes at $3.98
Crepe de Chine Kimonos $6.95
Second Floor Women's Bath
Robes of famous "Beacon" robe
materials. Large assortment of
styles and materials, in light and
dark colors, with collars or collar
less. All- sizes. CO QQ
Priced very special '-'
Kprnnd Floor Dainty Crepe de
Chine Kimonos and Negligees,
made up in newest styles. Fitted
or loose effects. Trimmed with
laces and ribbons. Some with
touches of hand- flj; Qf
embroidery. Special PUs7-J
Beacon Bath Robes at $5.00
Silk Kimonos and Robes $7.98
Second Floor "Beacon" Bath
Robes in assorted styles and pat
terns. Low necks, round or
square collars. Light and dark
colors. Priced spe- CJ fhfk
cial today at, each
Second Floor Japanese Silk Ki
monos' and Quilted Robes, with
beautiful hand-embroidered de
signs down front. Very dainty
gifts. Priced spe- j QO
cial today at, each P
Electric Gifts That Please!
Special Display 3d Floor
$ 8.00 Nickel or Copper Coffee Percolators $6.39
$ 7.50 Electric Coffee Percolators, special, $5.25
$22.00 Electric Chafing Dishes, special at $17.60
$15.00 Electric Chafing Dishes, special at $Jl-95
$10.50 Electric Tea Ball Pots, special at $8.3-
$ 8 00 Electric Tea Ball Pots, special at $6.39
$ 3.00 Electric Toasters pneeu opeuai
$ 6.50 Electric Toasters at Jo.l!
$16.00 Coffee Percolators $11.95
$11.50 Coffee Percolators at $7.95
$10.00 Electric Kettles for $7.95
$ 11.50 Electric Kettles for $8.75
O Kn Vlwfrie TCpr.tles for JST.."0
$ 6.25 Water Heater now at $4.95
$19.50 Electric Stove, only $15.60
Special Bargains in Electric
Lamps, Cut Glass, Silverware.
On the Fourth Floor
No deliveries of these specials ex
cept with other purchases made In
the Grocery Dept. Shop early.
40c Coffee 29c Lb.
Fourth Floor This Is our cele
brated "OWK" Imperial Roast
Coffee a splendid 40c OQr
quality. Priced special, lb.-'-''
50 c Tea Special39c
Fourth Floor Uncolored Japan,
English Breakfast or Ceylon.
Excellent 60c- Tea. On QQ
special sale at, the pound -ie
25c Herahey's Cocoa, i lb, 16f
ORDER .YOUR XMAS GRO
CERIES EARLY. Phone Your
Ordtrs---Marshall 4800, A 6231.
& Glove Bonds
issued for any amount at the spe
cial booth, center aisle, first floor
If undecided what to give, choose
an "OWK" Merchandise Bond or
the Premier DOLLAR SILK
HOSE AN IDEAL XMAS
Black. White and All Colors.
Sale of Men's Xmas Neckwear
Lot 1-Men's $1.00 Tics. Special 85c
f.nt 2-Men's $2.00 Ties, Special $1.15
Main Floor 2000 Men's Xmas Ties in
heavy rich silks. Latest wide-end
stvles. Qualities such as ordinarily
sell at. $2.00. Priced
verv EDecial today at
Main Floor Men's beautiful new
wide-end Ties of rich materials. Hun
dreds of different patterns and latest
colorings. $1.00 grades onOCg.
:1 nAT7 at. onl V a-e
special fclA,wJ - r
Special Showing of Mens Ties at 25c, 50c and 65c
ft Xmas Sale Manhattan Shirts
Menfs $2.50 Paiamas at $1.59
Main Floor Our Great Sale of Men's
Manhattan Shirts will continue Thurs
day and Friday. A wonderful oppor
tunity to buy Shirts at noiaDie savi8.
i "tn Manhattan Shirts now Sl.UJ
$2.00 Manhattan Shirts now
$2.50 Manhattan Shirts now
$3.00 Manhattan Shirts now
Manhattan Shirts now
Manhattan Shirts now
Shirts are cut
SHOP EARLY tndard sizes and made from very
' best quality of fabrics. All sizes
Main Floor Extra special offering
for Thursday and Friday. Men's Pa
jamas of excellent quality soisette and
madras. Plain colors ana iancy pat
terns, frog - trimmed,
$2.00 and $2.50
immed. J f CQ
$2.50 Sweaters at $1.49
Main Floor Men's heavy ruffneck
Sweaters in colors, Oxford, maroon
and brown. Usual $2.50
trrade. EDecial at on
Men's $3.50 Un'n Suits
Main Floor Men's medium-weight
Union Suits famouB "Cooper Ken
osha Klosed Krotch" style, worn by
particular men the world over. Per
fect in fit and finish. p 1Q
S3.50 Union Suits at P J-
Men's $1 $1.25 Gowns
Main Floor Men's Night Gowns,
of splendid heavy grade outing
flannel, in plain or fancy patterns;
cut in full standard sizes and nicely
finished. Excellent $1.00 OQa
and $1.25 gowns. Special,
U) lilOt wit
Men's 35c Kerchiefs
6 for $1.59
Mam Floor Buy your gift Hand
kerchiefs today at a special low
price. Men's fine linen handker
chiefs in regulation size, with neat
hem. Usually selling J f f?Q
at 35c each. Six for V-ie-JiV
Great Christmas Sale Trimmed Millinery
$5.00 Trimmed Hats $1.95
$12.50 Trimmed Hats $3.00
I. e,ew-Tv ornv2 vn ft nnn A a an ertra snecial offering for Thursday
i and Friday, we place on-sale two big lots of women's smart mid-winter millinery
v at less than nan regular vaiues. mmooawe now ... ..., --
bans, trieornes, etcu, also any numDer oi Deautuui nam ior or VC v.
felta, etc- in black and leading colors. Trimmings of ostrich fancies, French
, ... - rs i t a. .U.n J e- V i ct cola
flowers, wings, gold, silver and jet novelties, won t lau to T
TRIMMED HATS WORTH J f QCZ I TRIMMED HATS WORTH (J Q
tin a AA s-n-si lMka-i ol D J-.J ud to $12.50. Special at V -
OUR ENTHtE STOCK OF UNTRIMMED HATS ON SALE TODAY AT Vz PRICE.