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Eastern Star Red Cross Workers Will Meet in Our Auditorium, Fourth Floor, Today From 10 A. M. to S P.M. All Members Are Urgently Requested to Attend
We Are Portland Agents for the Ladies' Home Journal Patterns Gossard, Nemo, Bien Jolie, Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets Richardson's Quality Linens
Registration in Multnomah
Good quality Crepe Paper put up in
standard size rolls. Metal holder
free with each purchase. Q" ff
Special, 24 Rolls ior wl.UU
Th Standard Store of tht Northwest
6 for $1.00
Main Floor Women's Pure Linen
Handkerchiefs with dainty colored
and hand - embroidered ini
tial in corner. Six for only tDx
Olds, Wortman & Kin;
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
TIIE MORXTXG OREGOXIAX. TnUKSDAT, FEBRUARY 14, 1918.
!TlKaands of Xraromrn Said lo lie
fnaware of Fact Thai Tlicy Maj
Vote In Oregon After Months'
Re-tldence If Registered.
There are now 0.t? registered Tot-
rs In Multnomah County eligible to
Tut at the primary election May 17. i
according I latent tabulation made by l
County Clerk Heverlrte up to Febru
ary I. Mr". Beverldce believes thin !
romber will be Increased by several
thousand before the registration books t
are oe- April 1.
Thousands of penon who bar
come to Portland during the past year
are unaware of the fact that they can
become registered rorer after six
month" residence here." said Mr. Bev
ertdge yesterday. "If -hese people wjll
come to the Courthouse and register as
quickly aa possible they will be able
to rot at the primary election."
laterewtta; sMellgfcta .Itfrar.
The figure rive some Interesting
aideitchts a to the complexion of the
inline population. There are nearly
thrre times a many Republican reg
istered a there are Lietnocrat. while
the erstwhile Progressive party ts all
but ettlnct. The figures show a total
Of 2.M Republican voters. 31. lo tera
ccratlc voters and but s31 registered
tender the banner of the Progressive
party. Jn fact, the Socialist. Prohibi
tionist and Independent voters far ex
reed those registered from tna rank
f the Bull Moose
Thr are .?7 male voter regis
tered a against 1.71 women. The to
tal number of voter registered within
the cttr limits of Portland is j.Oi.
while 01 voter are registered In the
tlylng precincts. The West Sid
voting strength amount to 21017. of
which tbil art women, and the Kast
Hide registration total SI. Bit. of which
H.Zii a re women.
sae Ptesjlater Maek aa Mrs.
The figures further show there are
Xt.Oi women registered aa P.e public
ans and 1.S of the gntlr sex listed
a iH-mocrats. The prohibition party
makes tae next strongest appeal to the
women, with 'a total of l'Mt registra
tion. County Clerk BeverMge yesterday
completed his final list of judges and
rlerk of elections, which has been
approved by the County Roard. Ills
list waa made Up almost entirely from
recommendations from the Republican
and Democratic county central commit
tees, together with wrttt-n applications
from thoe who wanted to serve on
election boards. With the new pre
cincts added last Kail by the Commis
sioner, making sll precincts, it was
fieressarv- to appoint approximately
see election official to serve this
Jeer. Including both day and night
Double Stamps With Cash Purchases in All Depts.
SI. 00 Each
Third Floor Plain white, heavy
fleeced cotton Sheet Blankets in
size for double bed. Standard
11.25 Blankets, priced Q1 fl(
Dollar Day special at 31vU
Mobilize Your Dollars and Reap the Benefit of These Extraordinary Bargain Offerings for Dollar Day
5 Yards SI
Main Floor Your choice of any
25c Hairbow Ribbon in the de
partment Thursday, either plain
colors or fancies, at Q" fC
very special, 5 yards O-LeVJl
Women's Lingerie Waists $1
Coverall Dresses $1.00
Bargain Circle, First Floor Women's
dainty Tub Waists in a splendid assort
ment of styles, trimmed with laces, em
broideries, ruffles, etc. Vari- J- ff
ous materials. Thursday at tvXavl
Special SI. 00
Conscientious Objectors' Way
Hard at Camp Lewis.
laafcy MewaMlto Lae Scr-sb 1 loo re
. , t a crock, tsallaleg.
Y fH TAT)) Second Floor Dainty lace and embroi-
II 1 ILEafwlfc dery trimmed Combinations of good qual-
ea-k. a wtme ity longcloth and nainsook.
XraUf $10, 1.75 to $2 values, only
Child's Bath Robes
Girls Shop. Second Floor Children's Bathrobes
of (food quality robe flannel in attractive patterns
and colorings. Sizes for girls 2 to 6 (Jl ff
years. Priced special for Thursday, at OAeUl
Bargain Circle, First Floor Women's
House or Porch Dresses in new coverall
styles, with middy blouse, round or V
necks, kimona sleeves. Per- (J" ff
cales and chambrays. Special wlilU
$1.25, $2.00 Laces
2 Yards $1.00
Main Floor Metal Flouncings, Bands,
Insertions and Novelty Laces of various
kinds. Odd lot from our regular 6tock,
selling regularly at $1.25 to Q1 Cf
$2.00. Thursday, 2 yards for OJUUU
$ 1 .50 Silk Chiffon Cloth S 1 Yd.
$ 1 ?JS Di-pss Npfs M Yn I
ve jl. m 4mm Jh-r .a. - u jl 1 i' kcr jl, -at.
Net Department, First Floor 42-Inch
Silk Chiffon Cloth for party dresses,
fancy, waists, etc. " Shown in a large as
sortment of the leading colors. (P" Af
Standard $1.50 Cloth, at, yard DUU
Main Floor--Choose any piece of wom
en's Neckwear in the department selling
heretofore at $1.25 this includes sets,
vestees, jabots, guimpes, col- P1 ff
lars or plaiting Thursday at dJ-UU
Net Department, First Floor Fine
quality Silk Nets in white and ecru. Very Vtl'A
j Li. a j nit ."'
aesiraoie ior pariy uresses, ecc. r uii
mcnes wiae ana a standard ci tlrh?-
$1.25 quality. Thursday, yard i--sV'
' I kit J I I 1 fv J
r 7ii i ii
Second Floor Women's Coverall Aprons in the
popular large full styles with pockets. Made
up in good quality light or dark percales in
good assortment of patterns. All are well
made and nicely trimmed. Today at special
riT I I r-i
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75 Dress Goods $1 Yd.
$1.25 Tub cSilks $1.00 Yd.
Main Floor Wool Dress Goods, odd lines
of various kinds grouped for quick selling.
Excellent fabrics for 6kirts, dresses, etc.;
Regular $1.25, $1.50 up to $1.75 j-J ff
qualities. Thursday, at yard 3J.UU
Main Floor Fancy Striped Tub Silks in a
good assortment of wanted colors. ' Stand
ard quality, selling in the usual way at
$1.25 a yard. Supply your ff
needs Thursday at, the yard 3UU
$1.50 to $1.95 Scarf Sets Special $1.00
Women's $1.25 Leather Belts $1
$1.25, $1.50 VeUs
Main Floor Women's Motor Veils off
splendid quality chiffon cloth in all the fl W"W RZ3
wanted 6hades; neat hemstitched border e'keaaMsfasat
ana wen maue. itepiar jlo Vt fill TTSl Skf
and $1.50 VeUs. Thursday at 9XUU LFiaUL.
5 Yards $1
Main Floor Standard quality Dress Ginghams
in beautiful new Spring patterns plaids, stripes,
etc, in the latest colorings. Priced j" AA
very 6pecial Dollar Day, 5 yards for tD-LeVvl
4 Towels for $1
Main Floor Good size Huck Towels J1 (f
Main Floor Women's and Misses' Knit
Wool Cap-and-Scarf Sets in plain colors
and fancy stripes. Regular J- ff
$1.50 to $1.95 grades. Thursday 3J-V U
" TmA. TVaeh. Teb. 1 J (Special.)
"Woih. fr the msht Is co-o-m.
1-a-." BlainliTcijr wailed the rornrt
manipulated hr one of Camp Lewia'
l rtmevtenttoue fbjetnr In their
barracks near the haee tioepital. The
l" had worked hard a:i tlmy and now
"' relebratinc their Army life w Ith a
ot"T little hnin erlre.
The war of the ronsrientlnns sbrr.
tnm IS hard. They had worked with
the knowledse that trie ntslt was cmn
int. Now mcht had rome and still
thermnst work. Hut br the time thrjr
reached the dor of the barracks bml.l
ln th.r were smllin:. coins to ttarir
lak wi'h a lishl "heart.
A hukr M-nn-mlle lad. drafted from
rattle country, where he rode the
ranee all tay. went forth to scrub and
"ur a ll.tor. like a rommrin scrub
woman. And he's rrttins no far f
tits work, because he ias refused to
wear Lorle Yarn's uniforn or lake h
fnnner. Itut he works, cheerfully. An
otr-ter lennonlte in the same crew of
-rubbers wore a uniform and la bis
pocket Jinclevf the remains of la.it
month's par. He has scruples acslnst
.fating, but not asainst scrubbing
EUGENE BOYS DOING BIT
ITXrd frwi Bor Made la School
3fiaaal Tralolox PepartmenU
TrrnrNK or . k u r?i-H!
TN bova in th manual tratnine d
fartmrit of lh public auhool al lht
ptatr. untr tho rttr?rtion of I'nnrtpal
hrl IV. c.rt. hT bn dome th-kr
tit hy PMekinc paclilnc ca- for Iht
hipmnl of R'd iro vupplt to
:urop. Th, bo ar 24 243.
)nrhr ant ha ropt.iif lhi Intra!
rhaptar of 1b Rtd Croa about I
W hn tho qutlon of maklnc thi
in iho manual tratm ng hop maa
prypo99i tha boy a Instantly offered to
purchaa tbo material and nialx the
boiM th-rnlvc. Th boys rtrj the
ynoner bjr thtr own labor or br deny
ing; themaaWea raadx, morl tlcketa or
tml!ar amuaemant. a total fund of
betar rontributed la tht fafb.on.
SERVICE FLAG UNFURLED
Albany College Honor Student lo
ertlce of Vailed Stale.
At.PANT. Or. FeH. 1 J ?pec'al. A
stK fUi with 1- star was unfurled
with formal eaerrlses at Albany (.
lece yesterday. This flaa has a lur
far each. undcrsraU uat woo ha co
listed. r. neor;e If. Tounr. rastor of the
First Hatisi t'horch. of Albany, delly.
tred the principal addrea at the ex
ercises. Miss Mareraret tibson present
ed the flaa o behalf of the student
a-ndy a nd it was received by President
Wallace llow Lee. He. O. R. rer-
hlna. aastor of the First Presbyterian
Msrra. opened the serce with a Hlbi
rea4in: Mis Orah. Ilsrkness, of Ibl
cits, read "A Tcrfeet Trtbste t Abra
m Lincoln." and Miss Helen I.re sanr.
dT t J Tfc - "V i Tk Tk t -4 AA
A I -r11I.Q eS MlltON I JrPQSPQ. Jl f
VAA AV V-'v v VV ya-l AXX VWUVU YV
Stamped Designs on Good Grade Material
Art Needlework Department. Second Floor Special lot of children's Stamped
Ireses greatly underpriced for Thursday's selling. Mothers having girls to buy
for should take advantage of this offering. Pretty stamped designs on Q" ff JL
4 white or blue mercerized poplins. $1.50 and $2.00 Dresses. Special (r;
WOMEN'S STAMPED NIGHT GOWNS AND KIMONOS attractive J1 f(
Main Floor Patent Leather Belts, Suede
Belts and Kid Belts in black, white and
colors. Various widths and fl-!' A A
styles. Regular $1.25 grades, at 5i-vlU
Double Stamps With Cash Purchases in All Departments
with colored border. Thursday, 4 for
HEMMED UNION Napkins with red J- AA
border. Thursday. BDecial. Tier dozen DAUt
WHITE CAMBRIC of good quality,
on sale Dollar Day special, 8 yards
FLUFFY WHITE Cotton Batts, put Q1 A A
up in 3-lb. rolls. Thursday, at, roll tDLlM.
styles and good grade material. Formerly $1.50 and $1.75 choice today
Card Table Covers
. a- aT afTk - aT S
r" Second Floor White embroidered card-
lO Af? table Covers in regulation size, and good
' XJ aUAi Xhi, I quality material. These are fmm our
TfcA'V' regular stock nelling form- Q- A A
iJUfkl crlyat$2.00. Thursday, each 3 AUU
At 3 for $1.00
Main Floor Women's hand-embroidered
Pure Linen Handkerchiefs with white
and colored corner embroidery and
hems. Excellent 50c Hand- J- A A
Men's Soft Felt Hats at $1.00
Men's 50c Ties at 3 for $1
Thursday, 3 for
Main Floor Odd line of men's and young
men's Soft Felt Hats in good styles for
everyday wear. Not all sizes in each
color and style. Hats of A A
standard $2 quality. Special OAaUlr
Men's 50c Hose
. 3 Pairs SI. 00
Main Floor Men's Silk-and-Wool Hose
in medium weight, specially priced for
Dollar Day. Neat mottled ef- (g"J AA
fects. 50c Hose, 3 pairs for 3xVv
Main Floor Men, it will pay you to buy
a dozen of these good Ties. Large
flowing end styles, good range of pat
terns and colors. 50c to 65c (PI AA fJ
Tics. Thursdav. snecial. 3 for 35XlU f
Special SI. 00
Main Floor Men's Night Gowns of good
heavy grade outing flannel. Cut in full,
generous sizes and full length.
Priced for Thursday, at only
-DOUBLE TEADING STAMPS WITH CASH PURCHASES IN ALL DEPTS.
SI. 00 Pair
Third Floor Good quality Scrim
O Curtains with lace edge; are 2i
0 ' yards long. Regular $1.35 Q1 AA
O 'n-teins TViursHa v nair OltWW
EXTRA! 25x50-Inch Kag Kugs
in attractive mottled designs, with
fringed ends. Usual $1.25 Q- AA
Rugs; priced special, at
"Dollar-Day" in the Basement Underprice Store
B e m e n t Seamless Sheets of
good quality. Limit 6 to a cus
tomer. Thursday special JjSl.OO
Basement Women's Undermuslins
gowns, combinations, envelope
chemise, corset covers, J" . A A
skirts, etc Good values -9AUl
Basement Odd lot of men's and
women's Umbrellas; rain -proof.
Priced special Thursday at $1.00
Basement Women's Petticoats of
splendid quality black, sateen with
deep flounces. Priced P" A A
special for Thursday, at
Second Floor CLUSTER PUFFS
one special lot to be closed out at a
very low price. Buy them J- A A
Thursday, Dollar Day, at DA.UU
CLUSTER CURLS, single curls.
pin curls and separate
puffs; a special lot on sale
Women's Shoes Special $1 Pair
Sizes 2lA and 3 Only $430 to $6J50 Grades
Main Floor A sensational underprice offering for Dollar- Day in the Shoe Depart
ment. One lot of Women's Shoes patent and dull calf leather some with cloth
tops, Goodyear welt soles, bmall sizes (ZVt and J oniyj. onoes ij-i nil
formerly priced $4.50 to $6.50.
On sale Thursday, Dollar Day, at, pair
Dollar-Day Specials in Groceries KIFfpg B
Double Stamps With Cash Purchases
Women's $1.50 Boudoir Slippers $1
Felt Slippers Special $1 Pair
Main Floor Women. Boudoir Slippers
of good quality red kid with chrome elk
skin soles. Full range of sizes in this
lot- Standard $1.60 Slippers ?1 Art
Main Floor Women's House Slippers of
good quality felt in colors, brown, wine
and blue only. Full range of Art
sizes. On sale today, the pair
1 (JaUaUfaAt on sale today, the pair at only
,DA5T Broken Sizes Mustard -Colored Spats $1
OWE CANNED GOODS put up ex
pressly for this store. Choice of Pears,
Peaches or Apricots. Priced Q-J rtrt
special Thursday, 5 cans for wl.UU
DEL MONTE brand Sliced Pineapple,
put up in No. 2 size cans. On sale
Thursday, Model . Grocery, (J- A A
Fourth Floor, at six cans for 0A.UI
PREFERRED STOCK OR MONOPOLE PEAS 7 CANS FOR ONLY $1.00
40c OWK Coffee at 29c Pound
' OWK Cocoa 24c Pound
Fourth Floor This is our famous OWK
Coffee you hear so much about. Used
in hundreds of Portland homes. OQf-
Kxrpllont (V e-ra.de at. the nound dJt
Fourth Floor We reserve the right to
limit quantity of cocoa sold to a cus
tomer. Our famous OWK brand 0
in HiilV. PtcpA finecinl tnriav. lh. amls
Coffee Delivered Only With Other Purchases in Grocery Dept.
HOW FAT ACTRESS
WAS MADE SUM
Vtny tf f4pt tiw tftn4 .
friy ntVM. ta.rnt Pi-ri ct Tl
It for rltt'tn n4 con trot tine lt.
t civr a.cr i ht r r-
u-4 I o t for pan4a k hr
m tlti Rv frin of ihm fa m ..
lairn-l fr-vcrf pf ion nl for. s v tk
nx MsrmU Ti vral tim
JT. hr ibt r.arhi. All
liruciHtA iv 11 XiiruinU l'r -rrlpt ton
Ttita at I ff nit for a Imrgm rs
et st thm br n1tnc prir
iri i t M-trtrol rnw.-
r4 A.. ltrou. Mich If yoa haft
. ri4 chtt ia . Iijr Ai rut
1M 4VA4 lftUs a4.
HEAD OF SCHOOLS RESIGNS
Metlfonl Saprrinlpnclent Sar Board
Not In Harmony llh luelf.
Jtrnmr.D.' Or, Feb. I J. SpeelaL
rurUrlrr that he has not beB In Bar
mor.r srilh th rnhool Foard and th
rVhool Hfrd has not been In harmony
srlllt ITeelf. Superintendent of Bohool
V. M. Ililli at a pecial meeun- aion
dar resnned li la position to tak ef
fect at the close, of lb present school
year. June Jrt.
Thia action Is th culmination of
manr mon'hs of fnrtlon beisreen the
Diembers ef the l-M-hoo! Poard nd the
superintendent on varloua question of
administration and policy. Na action
ha hen taken to secure hi uoceaeor.
lr. Ilillia said that ha had neeer re-eei-re.i
ane sijpport from th r-chool
Hoard, and felt that Ip -Justice ta th
people of the city he should leaT the
hoard free to rlinots somsone bom
they could HQPIHirL
Aberdeen Veteran on Fnrlongh.
:riir.r;v. ns. Fei. i. iSr-e-
r'ali . msl a eh-om" I to areet
'-ha rrry. former Aberdeea realty
dealer, upon hi return home here
shortlr. after spendlnsr thre year with
the Canadlana on th western front-
He enlisted with the first Canadian
contlna-ent. has been several times
wounded and is the wearer of a medal
for bravery Prry haa been granted
permission to transfer from the Ca
nadian to Amerlran troops, which he
plsns to do after a brief furlough,
whli-h be will spend with his a;d
mother, of tbia city. Ha 1 sow in
Cow-Tetlnt Club Formed.
CASTLE noCK, TV ash . Feb. II.
Special.) At a meetlnc ield for the
purpose of orsjlnlilns; a row-tesilnir
rlub. the following orflcer were elected
to work cat th details: President.
Howard Hunttnrton: elce-presldent. L.
J. Krtn; ecretary-treasurer. K. A.
Raalan. A lart number of dairymen
Pnnnjslde iran;- to Mret.
CASTLE ROCK. VTiili, Feb. 1J.
(?peclaL County Agricultural agent
Lynn S. Keyes will meet with Sunny
sine t.ranre. of Castle Hock. Soturd-iy.
Ms iters of Importance, will i dis
COUPLE ARE REARRESTED
Mr. and Mrs. James Cox, Released
Recently, Xow Held for Larceny.
BAKER. Or.. Feb. U (Special.)
Jamea Cor and hte wife, Ethel Cox.
who were released from th county
jail a abort time ago by the payment
of a fine for bootlegging, were arrested
last night In a moving picture abow on
the charge of larceny.
Lee Olsen. wbo waa arrested yester
day for being intoxicated, charge that
Mr. and Mrs. Cox dragged him from a
hallway where, be waa lying Into their
room and robbed htm of etsi). When
arrested Cox had S200 in hi pocket.
Cox and hi wife are being held in the
county jail pending investigation by
toe grand Jury.
Federal Farm Survey. Under Way.
CAtfTLE ROCK. Waeh.. Feb. 13.
(Special.) The Federal farm survey 1
this week being carried out by the fol
lowing men in the district tributary to
Castle Rock: A. V. Crane. J. Conger.
R. U. Keatley. George Bertrand. P. I
I-aughlln. Karl Barnes. B. R. Searlea.
I. A. Hooper. L. J. Parry. B. F. Blauaer,
W. C aiailory. aim. J. it". Boucuuer.
M. A. Laird. Leander Martin. E. A.
Johnson. George Bain and William
Lyon. This is the farmer's one chance
to place the real labor ana crop situa
tion before the authorities in this na
Club Work Started.
CASTLE ROCK. Wash.. Feb. ,JS.
(Special.) The Boys and Girls' Club
work waa started In Castle Rock dis
trict last Monday. Mr. Audrain, the
district club leader for Western Wash
ington, spoke in the high school audi
torium. Officers for general ma rinse
ment were elected as follows: Prest
dent, S. L.. Moorhead; vice-president.
Mrs. J. Loring: secretary. C L. Keed.
Clubs will be organised from the boys
and girls of the school early in March.
Baker Bootlegger Fined.
BAKER. Or.. Feb. 13. (Special.)
David Rombaugh, charged with boot
legging, waa fined S250 and given six
months In Jail In the Circuit Court here
today. Rombaugh had pleaded guilty.
The sentence waa imposed by Judsre
Anderson. Oacar Bowman pleaded
guilty to a charge of aaaault and bat
tery. Bowman was arrested on a secret
indictment by the grand Jury charging
him with beating his stepdaughter wlm
a piece of rubber hose.
Total of Linn Delinquents Reduced.
ALBA.VT, Or, 'Feb. 13. (Special.)
The number of delinquent draft regis
t rants In Linn County has been re
duced to IS. 'When the time expired
within which to return the question'
nalrea many mors were delinquent, but
several have been accounted for. Many
of these are already in the service.
Phone your want ads to The Orego-
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ABlrisrest Cnmm isr Oiiisst
Lsusee Crtsn fsr Cetstug i
60c and $1 Sizes '
If you have never tested
these Creams, send two
cents to cover cost of mail
ing the ones you desire
and our Booklet on "Cae
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Green Chile Cheese
Is the real thing
H1RIVELLO COSMETIC SHOP
303 Broadway Bide
Broadway and Morrison Streets.