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THE MORNING OREGOXIAX. THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1919.
CITY HIGH SCHOOLS
WILL GRADUATE 532
Ask Mr. Foster for Free Information About Travel Anywhere Sixth Floor
See Displays of Oregon-Made Goods in All Our Windows and Departments '
"Problems of the
will be discussed by Harry Huntington
Powers, Ph. D., at the Little Theater,
23d and Washington, tonight at 8:15
o'clock. Tickets 50c. On sale in our
Book Shop, Fifth Floor.
Get the Genuine
in our Kodak Shop, Main Floor, where
fresh new stocks are to be had. After
exposure bring your films to us for
best results in developing and print
ing. Enlargements a specialty.
rpHE June White Sale of American-made
and hand - embroidered undermuslins,
crepe de chine underthings, laces and em
broideries, white goods, in great variety
Principals to Award Diplomas
at Exercises Tonight.
EstssUshcJ m ISS7
The- QyALiT ir" Stoe-. or Portland
SIMPLICITY TO DOMINATE
The Quality Store Holds Open House for
Lacli Class to Contain Group or Re
turned Soldiers Portland Men
to Deliicr Addresses.
E'ipIomaE n-ill be awarded to 532
hoys and girls this evening; and to
morrow night at graduation exercises
held by each of the eight Portland pub
lic schools of high school or equal
tanding. Commencement exercises for
Washington. Franklin. Jefferson. High
School of Commerce, Girls' Polytechnic
and James John high schools will be
held this evening. Lincoln high school
and the Benson Polytechnic school will
award diplomas at exercises held to
With the exception of the girls poly
technic school each class will hold Its
commencement exercises in its own
school auditorium. Because the assem
bly room of the Girls" Polytechnic
chool Is small, the auditorium of the
Couch school will be U3ed.
Portland Men to Speak.
Portland professional men have been
Chosen to give the graduating ad
dresses in all schools except Benson, at
which Dr. V. V. Poling of the Oregon
Agricultural college will speak. Dr.
William A. Waldo, of the White temple,
will speak at the High School of Com
merce. Professor Hudson B, Hastings,
of Reed college, will give the com
mencement address at the Girls' Poly
technic school, and Professor Norman
F. Coleman, also of Reed college, has
been chosen as the speaker at the
James John High school.
H. R-. Albee, former Portland mayor,
will address the seniors of the Jeffer
pon High school. Dr. E. H. Pence, of
the Westminster Presbyterian church,
has been chosen by the Franklin grad
uating class, while seniors of Washing
ton High school selected as their speak
er Dr. William W. Youngson, district
Methodist superintendent. Tomorrow
evening Dr. Jonah B. Wise will give
the Lincoln High school address ano
Dr. Poling will speak to seniors of the
Jefferson Clas Largest.
Jefferson will graduate the largest
class of any high school "i the city
Its members number 14S. while those
of Lincoln high school, which will
graduate the second largest class, num
ber 107. The smallest class to be
graduated tomorrow evening will be
the Benson Polytechnic school. Six
students will get diplomat. The small
number is due to the fact that poly
technic students were sent to other
high schools of the city during the
autumn term who the Benson building
was occupied by the student army
training corps. The number being
graduated from other high schools is
as follows: Franklin, 27; Girls' poly
technic, 25; High School of Commerce.
33; James John, 37; Washington, 103
The total number to be graduated
Trom Portland academic schools this
week is several hundred less than last
rear, because many school boys en
listed. Tn each of the high schools a
small group of returned soldiers will
be graduated with the regular high
Exercises in all schools will be ex
ceedingly simple. In the Jefferson high
school the wearing of flowers and the
receiving of bouquets at the school has
been prohibited to reduce expenses and
promote a spirit of democracy. A large
number of the girl graduates in every
school will wear dresses they them
selves made. Kvery graduate of the
Girls' Polytechnic school made the dress
she will wear this evening. Dresses
worn by Jefferson senior girls will
each be of white organdy and none will
exceed IS in cost. Ten dollars is the
cost limit set by senior girls of Frank
lin High school on graduating dresses.
-No special material will be used in the
owns. white being the only stipula
tion in addition to that of the cost.
Principals to Award Diplomas.
Principals of the high schools will
award diplomas, except at the Girls'
Polytechnic exercises, where O M
Plummer, school director. will' act
High school principals are: Hopkins
Jenkins, Jefferson: S. F. Ball, Franklin;
T. T . Davis, Lincoln; H..H. Herdman,
Washington; C. K. Cleveland. Benson;
. i!-,6i. A2.na K- Ar"o'3, Girls' Polytechnic;
V - T- Flctrhfr.rfames John, and A. H.
f-proul. High School of Commerce
Graduates from the various courses
of the eight Portland schools of high
school standing are as follows:
BCnsOn rfl!vtnihnic -i
TP di.i .wynn
.....i,,, j-. mnicm funakush
u.l,., J. L.OUIS Hosch.
"rawinc: John T. s. h.n
drawing: TF.lliiam Bochmj-r ' V
Kranklln Collctr nPT.a.
Sam J I.
;vn h"m V"JLa .K,iz1'" Anderson. Kath
ern Ball. Kuth Adelia Carroll. Gayle Helen
ook. .hit! rye. Eleanor May Gordon,
v.iui.uniM. Run .. Kesslcr, Flor
ence I.afoeMc, Mary Hone Newton, May
1"?. i,r,1M' .Vrra M" Frudhomme. Dana
Small. Helen McBride Smith. Helen Louise
til'S" V V,n Mry Wolff. Ksther Baird.
I.nElish: Ellen . Anderson. Jennie Bach,
man. Jjianlta. Marie Branland. Emma Mil
dred BrlKEs. Irvins Ennis. Charlotte E
Jritaard, John T. Ganoe. Helen Mary Har
per. Edward 1.. Joy. .Muriel Madeline Kin
ney. Marsaret Ortavia Lucius. Lorena Con
stance Miller. Ethel Mary Mills. Esther Lo
mt Rive. Samutl E. Shaw. Esther rt
packman. Elsie Ardis Tutlle. Erwln B
Whetstone. Velma May Sajrer. Teaching
.lesJe Xearllle Bartlett. Mildred Caroline
r,a'rt"i "-'harlotte w. M Bladorn. Cladv,
McOonke). Ethel Stuart Hull. Gertrude
Louise Katsky. Zella Ardie l.andon. Ruth
A. Rossman. Ruth M. Sagen Charlotte Schu
IsnberR. Adele Trantow. Domestic science
and domestic art: Camilla Lenor Canfield.
Opal lustls. Mary Elsie McUln. t-ansuage-tiara
Chave. Gene A. Glllis. Commercial:
1 lyrses J. Conway. Martha Kathrvn Kk
lund. Eva May Eord. Resell B. Pcake Or
Mil Shryder. Bessie May Truitt. Glen I Wal
lace. Mnul training: William Kenneth
I errier. Arthur Walker.
Girls' Polytechnic Domestic art: Eliza
beth Josephine Arata. Mary Virginia Banes
I.lta May Barker, l.uiia Grace I'allison Mil
dred Claytor. Julia Flint. Margueritha Ga
brlel. Martha Hemrich. Lillian Hesch Ellen
Ket.er. Agnes Ann Kowalskl. Hilda Laaiach
Dorothy Ann Majeskt. Margery Martin. Mar
tuerltte Morrison. Mable R. Morse. Loralne
Maud Muhlig. Agnes Nauratil. Alice Beat
rice Purdy. Edith Ream. Lydia Schulz.
Helen Sexton. Bertha Irma Stern. Industrial
art: Ada Adrienne Lambert. Thelma Swank.
High School of Commerce General course:
ima Anderson, Harold A. Conwav. Terressa
B. Dotson, Frank H. Mcintosh. Hazel Math
lson. Doris E. Nash, Albert Nlemi. Virgil F
Oliver. Lynno W. Pickler. Ernest C. Rieh-
rflsou. Stenographic: Fern Boucher. Helen
Bromberg. Dewey Craige. Marjory Dix.
Blanche D. Duncan. Jennie Faveluke. Ber
tha Ooldstore. Ruth M. Hart. Ruth Hen
oryx, Mabel Holm, Lois it. Horn, Ruth Cece-
Jernquist. Moiiie Kravetz, Helen E.
fralth. Agnes Swarts. Ralph Tlllson. Harry
. Welnstein. BooKkeepIng: Arther H. Bre
flenbeck, I.ee Jackson Cheeley. Herbert N.
Benson. August Herman Wagner. Ste
nographic and bookkeeping: Marion East
man. James Gordon. Marguerite Hoffman,
Marie G. Johnson. Naomi PfafT. Eva Fruss,
Walter Rogers. T.lnda M. Volheye.
James John College preparatory: Lyle
Gordon Avery. Alice May Brown. "Hazel
Virisn Greene. Joseph A. .Tower. Edward
l.ymsn Rood. John P. Wulf. Cara Fav Smith,
t'r.glish: Ray Noble Bredecn. Leona Ehret!
Harvie Smith Lane. Alice Louise Lott, Merle
Uussell Harrington. Dorothy Ame Jones,
Nana May Seely. Charles Orman Trumbull!
Gsenyth Young. Teaching: Margaret e!
f'trr. Ruth Velnia Edmondson. Georgia T.a
V'arne Hurt. Florence M. Kind. Alverda Mac-Vii-en,
Jovce Iren Mayon. Etta Lillian Pat
lersjn, llrlcna f. Perry. Lela Eleanor
Ihomii,. Vera. acr;l-Iliurttca. CoaunerUai;
and JjiXtends a Special Invitation to
Distinctly Summery in Appear
Are the Displays of
New White Skirts
which form such an inviting part of our apparel assortments.
We show these new skirts in wool jerseys, serges and flannels
and cotton gabardines. Novelty buttons, girdles and pockets
with pin tucks, pleats and embroidery are favored trimmings.
Women and misses will enjoy choosing from these new separate
skirts as much because of the excellent materials, attractive
styles and good workmanship as the moderate prices at which
they are marked $3.45 to $15. Three models sketched.
Mer & Frank's: Fourth Floor. (Ma.il Orders Filled.)
Buy Summer Underwear of Standard Make
At a Good Saving
1080 "Chalmers" First Quality
A special purchase made by our
Men's Furnishings buyer now in the
eastern market brings 1080 union
suits of the well-known Chalmers
make, all new first quality garments,
the regular $2 value at $1.49 suit.
Wise men and women buying for men
will come early and secure a full sea
These union suits are in white, long
or short sleeves, ankle length style
and short sleeves, knee length style;
also in ecru, short sleeves, knee or
ankle length style. All have closed
crotch. Good weight for summer
wear. Sizes 34 to 46.
. Meier Frank's:
The Store for Men, Main Floor.
(Mail Orders Filled.)
f wh i
ffi fit v) J
New Welworth Blouses
Meier & Frank's: Fourth Floor.
(Mail Orders Filled.)
On Sale Today at
The blouse illustrated is a new
Welworth. It is made of fine
Shantung silk in natural color.
Finely tailored, with reinforced
seams, this blouse will fit well,
wash well and above all wear
The other new Welworth model is
developed of fine quality voile.
See these new blouses today.
A Special Sale of
"Umbrasols" are just the thing for doubtful weather
they are equally satisfactory for use on sunshiny and
For three days we will sell these regular $5.85 "Um
brasols" for $4.65. Wanted shades of blue, green,
purple and black. 8-rib paragon frames. Transparent
ring handles in blue, amber and purple, also white and
Meier & Frank's: Main Floor. Mail Orders Filled.)
We are headquarters for flags of all
kinds silk, wool and cotton flags in
all sizes. Making flags to order is a
specialty. Our prices are moderate.
Meier & Frank's: Fifth Floor.
(Mail Orders Filled.)
A timely sale of beautifully illus
trated scenic books of Portland and the
Columbia River Highway. Regularly
$1.00 while any remain today, 50c.
Meier & Frank's: Fifth Flo-r.
(Mail Orders Filled.)
Vestees and '
Novelty vestees and waistcoats in
fiber silk, corded silk, spiral cloth and
pongee. With or without collars. For
tailored suits and one-piece dresses.
Plush Scarfs $8.95
New models in plush scarfs with
fancy silk linings. Black and beaver.
72 inches long.
Sport Caps 75d
95c to $1.25 values. Attractive
motor and sport caps in pongee, silk
and wool poplin. Black and white
checks, plain tan, navy, green, blue.
Meier & Frank's: Main Floor.
(Mail Orders Filled.)
Just Received in a Very Special Purchase
Women's Lambskin Gloves
FROM A RELIABLE MAKER
VERY SPECIAL VALUES
cr at Frank's: Main Floor.
(Mail Orders Filled.)
A special purchase made by our buyer now in the
east accounts for the low price.
Perfect quality lambskin gloves in one-clasp style.
Full P. K. sewn. Pearl and ivory with white and
self stitching, also white with black stitching. The
pearl and ivory gloves are WASHABLE. All sizes
512 to 7. Every pair perfect, every pair fitted at
Call Marshall 4600 or. A 6101 Ask for
Our auto will at once"
call for your furs and
we will store them in
our perfectly refriger
ated dry cold air safety
vaults on the premises,
where an always below
freezing temperature is
maintained. Furs en
trusted to us for sum
mer safe-keeping are
secure irem moths,
dust, theft, fire, loss or
damage from any cause.
and remodeling of furs expertly executed.
rates now in eiiect.
Meier A Frank's:' Furs Received. Fourth Floor.
a ' - 1
Georse Anthony DuHaime. Louis Oeorire
Iarsen. Raymond Hoi brook. Miller. Theresa
Axnes Rich. Helen Melba, Smithson, Or a. Al
vah Wagner. Domestic science and art :
Mildred Everhart, Zara E. Hindley, Mabel
Alice Pratt, Ell Karolyn flies. Technical:
Jefferson Manual Training: Frank Al
bright. Reginald Foster Tousey. Clarence
Harvey oung. commercial: unroiny jia.ua e
Ballheim. Walter William Blaeslng. Ardis
Evelvn Dickson, Glenn El wood Hurt, Ellen
Christine Johnson, Jane Selena Morrison,
Milton O. Peterson, Mary Emma Richardson,
Verno Eusene Robh. Fred H. Tormoehlen,
Grace Catherine Whitney. Stenographic:
Merle Carter, Marjorie Anna Drews. Cather
ine Elizabeth Hutch, Ruth Elizabeth Olney,
Constine A. Pedersen. Helen Elizabeth Ran
delin. Ruth Hilda Sheldon, Mardle Grace
Thomas. Teachers: Evalena Alley, Emilie
Marie Andreaaen. M. Inez Clark. Gladys
Florence Dix, Almeda Duetta Eckert. Mil
dred Lioretta Galvin, Helen Kathrvn Gehrett,
Agnes Haroldson, Ida Rognhild Johnson.
Virginia Cecilia Jones, Esther E. Jones. Edna
Lund, Annie MacKenzie Mc Lei land, Reatha
Marie Meeks, Mvrtle Dagmar Mortensen,
Ethel Marie Reed, Lillian Christine Ren
holds. Frances Elizabeth Ridenour, Mar
garette Cecilia Rosser, Florence Lucille
Royal. T. May Striokler, Mabel Marie Sulli
van. Mildred S. Young, Hermina A. Zipple.
College Preparatory: Catherine Antoinette
Anderson, Clarence O. Anderson, Eva Velora
Andrews. Darrell Charles Bollam, Edna
Grace Bowen. Ina Lois Chapin, Francis
Harold Chrisman, Edward T. Cram, Grace
Agnes Crowther, Ellen Dahl. Ralph Edgar
Doddridge. Thomas Harbison Donahue Jr.,
Helen Hazel Drake, Mildred Ethyi Drake,
Elizabeth Anderson Ettmger, Florine Saldern
Farmer, Alfreda Elenore Goodwin, Theresa
Vivian Jennings. Helen Henrietta Ka-seberg.
Bern ice Rosemond Kriegcr. Lei and Charles
l.apham. Anabel Jean MacKenzie. Frances
MacMillan, Marion Janet McEachern. Doro
thy Rebevca McKee, Kxtella Lucile Martin,
Carl Henry Mett, Hildur Elinor Nelson,
Marian Edith Ticolal. -Emily Abide Perry.
N'. Trumnnd Pcfrson. Charlotte Ruth Pick-
Quinn; Merle Evelyn Ramey, Lura Reld,
LaVerne Scroggln, James C. Smith, Howard
McCaw Smyth, Bessie Leah Stet-lsmith, Ruth
Esther Stern, tiayle Temple Acton. English:
Arline Louise Cameron, Helen M. Caples,
Denby S. Coon. Marion Leone Cunningham,
Henry Burton Dalrymple. Dorothy H. Greene,
Eleanor Lorada Haskell. Russell Gordon
Hendricks. Laveile Miller Hewitt, Doris Jane
Kellogg, Charles S. King, Sarah Buell Larn
berson, Thomas Laman. Frances Lavlna
Lounsbury, Verda K. McCallum. Lucile Eve
lyn McClung, Wallace Leverne Mcintosh,
Jean Keith McLeod, Allie Marie Non-ell,
Stuart Mountfort Pagett, Madonna Audrey
Perkins, Eva Isabelle Reed, Dorothy L.
Romig, John Milton Rowe, Frank Reeves
Young. Jim Allen Skelton. French: Jeannette
M. Brandberg. language: Leo la Lillian
Broughton. Theodore George Deggendorfer,
Opal Marie Glazebrook. Scientific: Henry
Russell Drinker, John Francis Driscoll, Roval
Charles Eramel, Richard William Faviile,
Clara Louise Gawer, Merwin Turk Greer,
Thomas Gabbert Greene Jr.,. Maurice In
mann. Mildred Regtna Jewell, Raymond
Marvin Johnson, Charles Edward Miller,
Lewis Wait Rising, Ross Cook Blakeney
Thornton. Bess Gail Van Duzen. Latin:
Helen Shlrlee Meserve. Marlon Lucy Rogers.
Domestic Science: Marjorie Flegel, Jose
phine B. Gallup, Evelyn Marguerite Nord
srrom, Helen Armstrong Parker, Kdla Jose
phine Paulson. Helen E. Pierce. Signe L.
Sand strom. Helen Marie Shepherd, Eileen
Leota Sprague, Eileen Leota Sprague, Paul
Leota Sprague, Pauline Virginia Titus, Laura
Rebecca Tayior. Domestic Art: Ethel May
Lowell. Helen Stoppenbach, Edith Wallln.
Lincoln English: Arnold Adler. Helen
Andrews, Grace Bingham. Stella C. Blake,
Helen Mary Borsch. Albert C. Brandes, Gus
ste Irene Brownstein. Ethel M. Campbell.
Harmon Chapman, Geneva Jane Clark. Tru
man Wesley Collins, Genevieve Davidson,
Ruth Elizabeth Day, Harold C. Detje, Flor
ence Bernice Dillingham, Lloyd Everett Dit
tebrandt. Lam rence A I Franklin, Vera Mar
guerite Gano, Mary Ellen Gantenbein. Lsurm
Ganopole. Ardath E. Greene. Chester Oliver
GuaUier, ilcier Bernard. Haimo, iiuUi lrii-
ces Hopkins, Clifford T. Johnron, Martha
Johns, Esther Ethel Klatt, Florence Krauter.
Thomas McMuHen, Charlotte Nash. Edna
Marguerite Nelson. Julia Elizabeth Opp.
Jane Allen O'Reilly, Irene Perkins. Harold
L. Piatt, Ernest A. Richter. Louis P.
Rosumny, Ethel E. Rydell, Miriam Sheman
ekl. Velma Siders, Eleanor Stark, Amy Edna
Turner, Virginia Carolyn Wilson. Teach
ing: Nora H. Bunnage, La Verna Cline,
Helen Cluster, Anna Magdalene Gabriel,
Gladys F. Horton, Jean McDaniel, Mar
guerite Clline McCabe. Helen Fisk Parker,
M. Lucille Springer. Margaret Strong, Doris
Margaret Wolf. Domestic art: Lorn a L.
Abrams. Lois Hudson Pettinger, Claire Solo
mon. College preparatory: Charles Augus
tus Baylis, Charles A. Berst. H. Jackson
Capell, Josephine Margarita Clovis, Carol
Paige Cummlngs, Mary Josephine Etey,
Margaret Ewing, Ruth Ferguzon. Elizabeth
Wiley Griggs, Florence Hunt. Louise Irving,
Theodore A. -Jones. Herman A. Kehrll. New
ton I. Langerman, Ruth Alice Laugh ton,
George Ainsworth Mays, Eliza Jeffrey Mac
Laren. Dorothy Eleanor Metschan, Gertrude
Morley Mourer, Edith Mozo rocky. Margaret
Nemiro. Marguerite Anna Runyan, Margaret
Armington Slawson, Harriet Louise Smith,
Gordon Aplin Soule. Isaar J. Vidgoff, Jacob
J. Welnstein. Harold A. Weiss, Doris Louise
Wlldman, Katherine Seller. Minerva Char
lotte Halzman. Domestic science: Belle
Goldblatt. Olive Lehman, Dorothy Simon.
Anna Eileen Stephens, Margaret Streiff,
Ruth Wall. Scientific: Ear!e E. Larlmore,
Cornelia Lelck, Melanie Lucile Lopno, Leila
B. McCabe, Tashl Sakuma, Elnathan Sweet
Jr., Vilerta Willison, Clifford Wood. Latin:
Ruth Imogene Baker, Margaret G. Foster.
Margaret Virginia Harding. Jeanette Au
gusta Meier. Kenneth Mackenzie, Edna 'May
Rlorden. Modern language: Anna van Rens
Washington College preparatory: Elliott
Benjamin. Constance B. Bolderson, Margaret
Boyfr. Naomi Bryan, Alice H. CeregVt.
old Clark. Mildred S. Comutt, Ruth Crans,
Zelma L. Derry, Florence E. Druschet, Helen
M. Eaton. Gladys M. Ellsworth, Wava Far
ley. Elisabeth Geiser, Elmer R. Gowdy. Mil
dred L. Hall. Charles A. Kilgore. Marjorie
N. Kruse, Edwin B. Lyman, Thelma Miller,
Jennie C. Norcn. Ralph M. Osvold, Dorothy
G. Phillips, S. Lydia Plimpton, Donald D.
Ramsdell. John W. Richau, Ellen J. Ryan.
Katherine R. Ryan, George W. Sensenich,
M. Dorothea Short, Gladys I. Smith. Her
bert W. Stevenson, Elizabeth H. Torrey,
Marcella Whltaker, Cornelia B. Pipes. Do
mestic science: Helen M. Bitner, Dorothy
L. Bush, Ethel M. Byrnes, Hazel Cole, Helen
H. Cole, Velma Couture, Thelma Fatland.
Wanda M. Gordon, Derva A. Hawn. Alma
Jones. Clara M. Lane. Mildred Le Compte,
Ella K. Lockerby, Emily G. Lowe, Helen M.
Ogllvie, Ellen E. 'Pierce. Cora B. Ten Eyck.
English: Rupert A. Anderson. Donald Can
on, Carrie M. Coffee. Dora L. Hall. Alice M.
Hansen, Wilbur V. Morrow, Mildred A- Lau
derdale, Beatrice V. Morrow. Virgil C. Mvers.
Alaila M. Ostrum. Carrie Rltter, Zelma Z.
Sauvaln, Ida M. Van Hynlng. "Helen E. Wal
lace, Lucia M. Watson, Bruce Wells, Ben W.
Wilson. Teaching: Anna M. Hartman. Edith
V. Coleman, Josephine M. Cowgill. Nina E.
Elliott. Elvera E. For berg, Mildred L. How
ell, Lulufern Hudson, Alma F. Molin. Doro
thy M. Mueller. Dorothy Shay, Clara L.
Snyder, Ienora R. Webb, Lorena. Wright.
Language: Mildred F. Fenimore, Martha
Lorraine Lee, Walter Lursen. Johnnie V.
Owens, Edwina H. Rlchen, Beatrice West,
Lucile Stewart. Lattn: A. Donald Bennett,
Beulah B. Cowan, llenriette Sommer, Alma
lone Tracy, Walter W. Whetstone. Manuel
training: Albert C. Dlppert. Benedict Dolph,
Theron Horseman, David R. Young. Tech
nical: Edwin F. Myers. William J. Stetn
hauser. French : Violette Evans.
Fhonc your want ads to The Orego
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POHTLflHDEH SEES P0MT1FF
E. E. McGIXX HONORED . BY
AUDIENCE AT ROME.
Knights of Columbus Worker Looks
on Devastated Regions of France
Before Retnrn to 17. S.
Among those American war workers
who were honored by an audience with
the pope while In Rome was Edward
Everett McGinn, brotner of Judge Henry
McGinn and member of a Portland
family, who returned Sunday from
overseas. Mr. McGinn was in the hos
pital department of the Knights of Co
lumbus and was stationed at Paris the
larger part of his year in the service.
In April, just prior to his departure,
he visited the devastated regions about
Chateau Thierry. Meau. Kheiraa and
Verdun. His work took him to the
hospitals in and near Parts, where he
distributed gifts and cheer to the many
"There was no charge for anything
we did and what made a hit with the
boys was the fact that what was given
was- given without the necessity of
frodutins a pocketbook," said. ilr. ilc-
Glnn yesterday in speaking of his ex
periences. The hospitals he was connected with
were at Joinville, St. Denis. Bellcvuo
and Neuilly. the last being one founded
by Mrs. W. K. Vanderbllt. Sr., and con
sidered the best for surgery in France
Mr. McGinn was In Italy last March
at a time when, he says. Americans
were in high favor and many courtesies
were granted them. His return trip
was made through England, where he
passed two weeks.
Fire Loss Estimated at $7000.
Fire of undetermined cause early
yesterday caused nearly 7000 loss to
property owners around First and Alder
streets. Among the losers were: Sal
vation Army corps No. 4, 1!84 First
street, J 300 ia furniture; F. C. Smith
estate, owners of the building, 12500:
water damage to a second-hand tor
under the Salvation Army hall and the
Western Fish company, 12 First. 5.
The blaze lasted two hours and eight
fire companies fought the flames. The
blaze started in a ehed at the rear of
TENDERL0INSTEAK 22c. ;
At Frank I. Smith's :I Aliep rtreet
Smith's tender oven roast bey niu
Very fine shoulders of mutton. 16o
Very Tine shoulders of kid. .10'
Round, steak ..-5c4Licx - -1 1 T