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THE 3I0RXIXG OREGOXIAX, MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1919.
COLUMBUS DAY 15
'Special Services and Public
Programmes Do Honor.
BANKS WILL CLOSE TODAY
STAR IX "SO THIS IS AMERICA," PRODUCTION OF FAMOUS
PLAYERS-LASKY CORPORATION. VISITING PORTLAND
TO FILM AN EPISODE OF THE SCENIC COMEDY.
Orlobrr 12, 14 02, Colambas Sight
ed Bahama Inlands After Jour
ney of 2 Months, 9 Days.
Columbus day. October 1!. the day
vhich commemorates the deeds of the
intrepid navigator who unfolded a
new continent to the world. 427 years
aco. waa celebrated in Portland yes
terday with special church service
and a public programme last night at
the Lincoln high school auditorium.
As the holiday fell on Sunday this I
year, today will be observed in some
instances as the holiday, and banks.
federal and municipal offices will be
closed throughout the day. Business
will proceed much as usual today.
however, as the stores will be open,
as well as the postoffices. the county I
courthouse and the city schools.
The city hall will be closed through-
out the day and the municipal court
will not convene. All federal offices I
except th postoffices. the collector!
of internal revenue and the weather I
bureau will be closed. Business will I
be carried on as usual at the court
house, except that the regular session
of the county commissioners will be
School children will hurry to school I
as usual this morning, no holiday be-
in sr announced so far as the schools
are concerned. Special Columbus pro- I f
rrammes will be given by many of the I f
clii-taes. however, and elaborate cele- I 4
brations of the day have been ar- I i
ranged by the Catholic schools. I
A special feature of yesterday a I J
celebration of the day was the hold
ing of high mass at St. Mary s ca
thedral at 11 o'clock in the morning,
hen a special sermon was preached
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bers of Portland council No. 678. I U U I III I I U 1 1 U 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1
Knichts of Columbus, attended in
body, and a large number thronged
the church for the occasion. Special PMXS FOR ROOSEVELT MEMO
mufic was rendered by the choir. I
Lst evening special services were
held at the Lincoln high school audi
torium, a musical programme being
followed by an address by B. F. Ir
vine. The service was under the au
spices of the Knights of Columbus,
and Patrick Bacon, retiring grand
knight of the Portland council, pre
Columbus day, October 13. com-
a mnra aa lha t a r iinnn whlnh
. hristopher Columbus first sighted county chairman tor the Roosevelt
the land of the new world. It was on memorial campaign, nas opened neaa
Campaign Officially to Open Octo
ber 20, bnt Subscriptions May
Be Sent in at Any Time.
Judge Jacob Kanzler, Multnomah
August 3, 1491', that his little fleet of
three sailing vessels set forth from
Palo. Spain, and it was on the night
of October 12 that the first eight of
land was gleaned. It was thought by
Columbus to be the coast of the Kast
Indies, not far from Japan, yet the
land first sighted was in reality on
of the islands of the Bahamas, fore
runner of a new and hitherto un
It took Columbus, sailing forth into
that unknown "sea of darkness. two
quarters for his executive committee
in the Press club. Elks' building, and
tnnounces that voluntary subscrip
tions now will be received. The state
headquarters of the campaign, with
Edgar Piper, Jr., state campaign di
rector, in charge, are also at the
While the campaign officially opens
on October 20, Judge Kanzler has de
termined to receive cash donations
at once, so that all friends and ad
mirers of the late Theodore Roose-
,,,- - , j , ... velt may have opportunity of donat-
months ana nine days to cross the I . . ( .
same Atlantic that two British avi
ators bopped across on June 15 of
this year in IS hours and 12 mlnutea
The birthday of the great Italian nav
icator is unknown, so it has become
the custom to celebrate the date of
the discovery of the land of the new
world as Columbus day. The holiday
in this state dates back to 1911. whea
the state legislature passed, a law
making October 12 a legal holiday
throughout Oregon. The bill waa
signed by Oswald West, who was then
Jn order to assist the Multnomah
county campaign, whose object is to
raise the county quota of $21,000. the
following coupon is printed, which
tray be cut out and sent with cash
donations to the county headquar
accord with the stand Hood River
valley people are taking on Japanese
In his letter he says the Japanese
American, a San Francisco Japanese
newspaper, has openly urged Japanese
to take time by the forelock and pro
vide against possible restrictive legis
lation against them in this country.
The paper urges Japanese to buy
all land possible and bring in as many
picture brides as they can before laws
are enacted to prevent such steps.
FILM STABS STOP
TO SET UP CAMERA
Auto Tourists Invade Port
land on Unique Mission.
NEW BILLS AT THE THEATERS
TF THERE is a type of theater-goer
who does not get jolly entertain
ment out of this week's bill at the
GLIDING through two makeshift
tunnels 16 inches high on a' pair
of skates is the remarkable feat per-
Comnnnv nf rtancprt Theirs 1 A danc-
! ing act exemplifying such beauty and
I grace as to class it at once In the
OODmU OCI IIIVUO OUUUtll "d pleasing in its variety and ex
quisite as to colorings ana settings.
Miss Rasch is petite, dark and slen
der, and has wonderfully small and
versatile feet, on the tips or which
Famous Plavers-Lasky Cast Is Pro- she poises or fats In graceful steps,
at win. rour or tne nine numoers
Orpheum. it would be hard to imagine formed by Rexo, world's greatest
his or her appearance and to diagnose , skater, now at the Hippodrome. The
the trouble. Which is by way of say- j roiier artist capers about on one
ing the new bill is one of refresh-f skate turn8 whirligigs, waltzes, and
ing diversity. does balancing, culminating his act
mere is Aioertina ascn, wiin ner wltn the tunnel novelty. With his
duclng "So This Is America,"
Featuring Nation's Grandeur.
are solo dancers by Albertina herself.
For the four pretty girls, who are
her pupils, Miss Rasch is said to have
designed the hats and costumes and
the entire act is hers in conception
and execution. Others who assist in
this headline attraction are Louis
Wolff, talented violinist from Hol
land, Robert O'Conner, skilled piano
accompanist, and Loe de Valery, the
Appearing in a beautiful stiffen
costume, tall and angular of build
and feature, Kharum, the genius who
thrummed his big piano with master
hand, made a striking picture. But
it was his playing that brought en
core after encore, until he could no
Rather an unusual party of auto
mobile tourists invaded Portland yes
terday. Before they have concluded
their tour they will have cisited prac-
ically every famous scenic mecoa and
icinity in the west.
And when their tour is ended all
the glories and grandeur of canyon.
mountain and plain will be fixed in
ilms for the delectation of the mo
tion picture clientele of the country.
For they represent the Famous Play- tn.. rtn sme-ht hut return and bow
ers-uasKy corporation a.a wi cum. m jn long, sweeping salaam. His selec
tne lortneoming scenic serial. &o I tions embraced such well-known com
This Is America!" - I no.ltlotis "Th Octave March." and
Members of the party are Jack "Tha Music Rnr" Tn "Hello. Cen
Gardner, leading man; Miss Vlora tral." he worked out variations in
Daniel, feminine star of the cast: A. I eluding phrases of popular songs of
E. Gillstrom, director; Robert Eddy, (the day. Piano players on the stage
ssistant director: auaa toss. come- may come and depart but Kharum
lan; Don Kenower, Jr'lske iitrby ana wni be welcome any time he again
George Myers, earner man. They ar- elects to visit Portland.
rived at the Benson yesterday and wil Hairy Norwood and Alpha Hall, a
pend the greater part of the week m I tall youth and a demure maid, pre
and about Portland, filming an epi- sent a clever and original line of
sode of "So This Is America!
Both Knovn In Portland.
Both Mr. Gardner and Miss Daniel
are not unknown to Portland. The
latter resided here at one time, and I
as many local friends. Mr. Gardner,
sense and nonsense that is well received.
Sweeties," a clever farce revolving
about a whimsical girl, is ably en
acted by a cast consisting of the girl,
Martha Lawrence: the captain, the
marine, the "act" and the "Blue
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wno is making nis aeput in uimianu, t-ii tt..j.. . ,.,., e thoir He
has visited Portland frequently on parlureg for duty overseas the fickle
the Orpheum circuit, and is widely ma)d prom)ses to wed each of the
known in the east a sthe originator a .-I,-. Ah of the bovs
of several famous roles. His wife is wr.., . imnnrt,nf thintrs. but
one other than Louise Dresser, also cnletly. tne appearance of the gallant
iavorne wim ruiimuu auu.cn.co. Frenchman as a suitor on this siae
"We are visiting all national parks . , tv, om pnh
in the production of 'So This Is Amer-I ,, Americans
ica." said Mr. Gardner yesterday. on the other side Thig perfidy of
ine trip nas Deen a reveianuii iu i. , the glrrs sweetheart gives her to the
s the film story is to be to the public .., t-,.ii r.iv carries some
Through the medium of a plot-thread, fl(l1l!rhifiii aino-imr. disclosing the fact
oven with the scenic beauty of the thot tv, , -re corking
great playgrounds of America, theLMj --,.
country is to be brought near to its B Tj . Co featUre Tip, an
people, who are, to phrase it gently, extremely clever dog that rounds
omewnat provincial in inuow '"' out his accomplishments by singing
tances. in fln i-mcnae-p. of course. He
The sto'ry itself, with the settings ..... -rnht as well, balanc-
rovided by the national parks, and , himself nimbly on a slack-wire.
skates he works up the familiar chug
of the engine then speedily he puts
one foot before him and the other be
hind and, thus jacknifed, slips
through the small passages.
A realistic and entertaining "wop"
is La Mont, of Swift and LaMont, who
has an excellent line of original jokea
that fit in with his Italian make-up.
The pair have a tuneful song about
some spaghetti wedding, which made
a decided Kit at the performance yes
terday. Terese Miller and Billy Rainey, who
present "Love and Peanuts," a lively
line of patter, have been here before
and are remembered as good enter
tainers. When Rainey tires of joking,
he produces first a saxaphone and
then a trombone on which he enter
tains. The trombone he plays by
pushing across the floor while he
blows in the mouthpiece, nevertheless
succeeding in extracting rather pain
fully a melody.
Dogs are always well received on
the stage, and Seymour's "Happy
Family" of nine pups is no exception.
The troupe are good actors and have
an ear for music.
Three singers, billed as the three
Kings of Harmony, have several good
songs. One of the trio, possessed of a
soft bass voice, imitates a cornet and
plays" "The Sunshine of Your Smile."
Another act has Eddie Tanner and the
Palmer sisters in a novelty sketch;
"When We Grow Up." The feature
film with this programme stars Ruby
De Rener in "Dust of Desire."
DATA 1 LiBOR SOUGHT
MRS. HELEX M. SEXX IX BOS
TON STUDYING CONDITIONS.
The Oregon field artillery auxiliary
of batteries A and B, will give an
informal reception at the East Side
Business Men's club. Grand avenue
ana .cast Aiaer street, next weanes-
day night, at 8:30. The reception will
be given in honor of Captain and Mrs.
James Gay, who recently returned
from their wedding trip. All members
of batteries A and B, both active and
veteran members, members of the
auxiliaries and friends are invited to
The American Legion auxiliary will
have an important meeting tonight at
8 o clock in the gray parlors of the
Multnomah hotel. All members are
requested to be present as many im
portant matters will be discussed. The
details of the dance to be given Oc
tober 23, will be completed.
Alblna W. C. T. U. will meet at the
ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL CAMPAIGN.
MEREST BRITON !
SIR CHARLES A, PARSONS OX
WAV TO AMERICA.
Engineer Suggests 12-Mile Bore
Into Eartb as Means of Se
curing New Energy.
fOpyrieht by the New York World. Pub
lthed by Arrmnirmrnt. )
LONDON. Oct. 12. (Special cable.)
America's extensive ship building
plans profoundly interest Sir Charles
Algernon Parsons, especially the ef
fort to produce the biggest trans
Atlantic liners. That, it is believed,
has much to do with his decision to
cross the ocean to the United States
at this time.
Sir Charles, who invented the steam
turbine, is president of the British
Association for the Advancement of
Science. One of the world's fore
most engineers, he is proprietor of
great electrical and engineering
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of many American scientists and
visited the United States once be
fore, going on the Mauretania on her
In his presidential address before
the British association Sir Charles
discussed what would become of Eng
land when her coal supplies began
to give out. Failing new and unex
pected discoveries in science, such as
harnessing molecular and atomic
energy In matter, which Sir Oliver
I.dge dilated on lately. Sir Charles
suggested that a new form of energy
might be found by sinking a shaft
12 miles deep into the earth.
Such a shaft would be 10 times
drrper than any In existence, while
five years would be consumed in
sinking It and it would cost $25,000,
tn0. but Great Britain expended that
vum in a single day in the war. Be
sides, the probability that such a
shaft would solve the problem it
would yield much important knowl
edge concerning the internal con
volution of the earth.
Roosevelt Memorial Committee,
Judge Jacob Kanxler, Multnomah county
Press Club, Elks' Building, Portland.
I desire to give Cents
which I enclose herewith to the fund to erect a
memorial to the memory of the late Theodore
Roosevelt and to become a member of the Roosevelt
Town or City.
The Roosevelt Memorial association has been organized to raise a $3,000,000
fund to be utilized as follows:
(1 To erect a monument to Theodore Roosevelt In Washington, D. C;
(2 to acquire and maintain a public park at Oyster Bay. N. V.. ultimately to
Include Sagamore Hill, the Roosevelt home, to be preserved like the Washing
ton estate at Mount Vernon and the home of Mr. Lincoln at Springfield;
43 to endow the Roosevelt Memorial association as a national society to per
petrate Theodore Roosevelt's ideals of American citizenship.
Every donod to the fund will receive a certificate of membership bearing a
pmail portrait of Theodore Roosevelt and will become a member of the Roosevelt
Memorial association. The names of all contributors will be deposited in the
national memorial at Washington. D. C. when erected.
bits . of striking wayside scenery
wherever we find them, is of
American boy who returns from over
seas with the determination to famil
The Melnotte trio are acrobats of
a high order who present an enter
taining skit, "In a Night Out." Com
fort an TC'nar in "Contown Divor-
iarize himself with his own country. ,... ... aream from start to fin
There is a strong element of comedy lgh picturing the doings of clients in
throughout the plot, and that it is I. ,... nffice
being handled in a manner that is An(Ji mixing in these seven excel-
sure lo piease America in oei suaf i. ,7,,r1..irill numhers in inimitable
anteed by the fact that Ring Lardner fasnionj js james J. Morton, who
is writing tne euo-tities. i serves o, announcer. His promises
jay liiaaers- adventures in seeing pr ... aiwaVs fulfilled, but that up-
America. after winning the war atl,.-.,, ithf.r hi conscience nor his
eeneau wooa, are lnterspersea wnn aroiiey.
laughing, lovable American girls. But Tor.ies of the Day and Kinograms,
the real object of the 12-story serial a featUre which is hereafter to have
is to bring America near to its "natives firKt-run.s in Portland only at the Or-
through the films." I rheum'. round out the ideally-balanced
'Billy' Is Vlora's Pet atid diversified menage of entertain-
, nnnt.l. .. 1. 1 nnnn,lt. ITI(nt
iium t.ii.v i nuv i o uji u.i ii. i , .1.1.
Mr. Gardner in the enisode that will P. S. It s all arrangea to P"
be filmed in Oregon, ls a novice at big show here this week for Wednes-
the motion-picture game, but win- any night performance,
somely poised and certain of success,
who has met any number of talented ASSESSMENT ROLL READY
young feminine mm thespians since
he Bet out to familiarize himself with
his own native land.
Jack Gardner's best-known roles
have been in "The Belle of Mayfair"
and "The Chocolate Soldier," the lat
completed Sherman county's assess-
llnn He waa also a memher nf the Eient roll. It SnOWS ine lOllQWliiB
original companies 01 itiaaame oner- i T . ,. m.Hi land
ry and "Oh, Boy!" Mr. Gardner 072 39 $8,S0S,520.00
played for three years with George NumbW ac-es non-tillable land.
Cohan and for four years with Froh- 150.471 "li""""
, Improvementsion aeeaea una
With Louise Dresser, who is Mrs. Tmt,roVements'on town lots..
uaraner in private ine, Mr. uaruuer 1 improvements
1. . 1 . ln .hA X" . V 1, I ri11
production "Just Around the Corner."
wnicn is 10 open 011 jjiuauway in ue- Farming implements, etc...
cemDer. eventually tne production Automobiles
List for Sherman County Is Com
pleted by Assessor
MORO. Or.. Oct. 12. (Special.)
ter role having been originated by Otto Peeti, county assessor has just
him in the initial New York produ
NEW FORMATION IS FOUND
Rubber-Like Cement Encountered
by Road-Building Crews.
HOOD RIVER. Or- Oct. II. (Spe
cial.) A. R. Cruikshank, Hood River
county engineer, who has charge for
the state highway department of
grading the two-mile stretch of the
Columbia River highway between this
city and Ruthton hill, says that crews
rave encountered some of the most
difficult excavation ever found In the
"The formation seems to be lava
ash that has been cemented through
aome process of nature." says Mr.
Cruikshank. "It would be a great
discovery if we could duplicate the
formation in road building. The stuff
has the consistency of hard rubber, it
has no grain, and is very hard to
handle. Blasting has little effect on
It. and it ia impossible for a ateam
shovel. It means that the excavation
must be mostly hand work."
EHSINEEH CLASSES OPEN
CAPTAIN HAVNES IN CHARGE
OF Y. M. C. A. SCHOOL.
Fall Semester to Start Today, With
Orflccr Not Yet Released From
Army at Head of Work.
Captain Walter Haynes, for IS years
associated with the Portland T. M.
C A., will have charge of the nevf "Y"
engineering school, which will open
its fall eemester today. During the
war. he received special recognition
from the war department when he
was assigned at Camp Humphreys to
the position of designer and construc
tor of laboratories and outlining of
courses for west point post-graau-ates.
At that time he hmd been in
the army but two months.
Captain Haynes' array appointment
was permanent, but he preferred to
return to his work In the local Y
and is now here, although not formally
discharged from the service.
The engineering class is designed
to supply the need for a thoroughly
practical course requiring the mini
mum time, yet embodying everything
necessary to the requirements for en
tering the engineering profession. The
class is unique in that it specifies but
two years' entrance period of high
school work, whereas usually four
are required. Time for completion ls
three, instead of four, years and the
total time saved to pupils is three
years. Practical engineers agree that
this can be done.
JAPANESE URGED TO ACT
Orientals AdTlsed to Buy All Land
Possible In United States.
HOOD RIVER. Or.. Oct. 12. (Spe
cial.) H. B. Langille. formerly city
recorder here, who la now associate
professor of machine design and Me
chanical drawing at the University of
California, writes that he ls In full
home of Mrs. A. Christeneen. 883
Borthwick street, T-esday. Octob
14. at 2 o'clock. A business meeting
win De neid and reports from the
state convention received.
A free gymnasium class for women
over 18 will hold Its first meeting
Wednesday evening, October 15, at 8
o'clock, under the auspices of the
Klcnmond Parent-Teachers' associa
tion. A cordial invitation la extended
The Ladies' Ausiliary No. 15, of'the
carpenters' union will give a mas
querade ball in the Woodmen of the
World hall, Friday evening, October
Z4. All union people welcome.
Umatilla Indian Lands Bought
PENDLETON. Or., Oct. 12. (Spe
cial.) Purchase of a quarter section
of land four miles east of Pendleton
on the Indian reservation was made
yesterday by Will M. Peterson, Pendle
ton attorney. The price was $20,000.
will be brought west and will visit MPne,y ;"d nojM;i-' ViU,",;;:
Dfloj Hole:, offlceand stote fixtures,
rornana. Number of horses and mules.
Number of cattle, 3833
Number ol shesp ana goats.
Number of swine, 14JJ
Number of dogs, 304
SHOULDERS MUTTON 10c.
At Frank L. Smith's 228 Alder St.
Fine loin roasts of mutton 15c
Roast veal IScJBreast Veal. . ..15c
Lectures on Industrial Situation
Will Be Delivered on Re
turn to Portland.
For the purpose of studying con
ditions in Boston and to obtain infor
mation from all sides as to the situ
ation there, Mrs. Helen Miller Senn
of Portland, widely known clubwoman
and member of the staff of the Uni
versity of Oregon, is spending two
weeks there. Her purpose is to gather
data for dissemination here upon her
return late this month, when she will
resume her class work in central li
brary. ' Mrs. Senn has long taken a keen
interest in subjects affecting capital
and labor and the industrial situation
and upon her return to Oregon she
wfll lecture on what she found in
Boston relating to the recent strike
of policemen and conditions in gen
eral there. She will obtain the view
points of all sides to the controversy
and will endeavor to tell the Oregon
public what she learned.
Mrs. Senn accompanied members of
the National Editorial association
from Portland to eastern points, going
by way of the Canadian Rockies. She
writes to local friends that the dele
gates were greatly pleased with their
reception in Portland arid went away
strong boosters for the Oregon and
New Store Hours Effective Today
9:15 A. M. to 5:45 P. M.
CLUB FEDERATION EXPECTS
300 AT CONVENTION.
President of Organization Discov
ers New Angle to High Prices
in Cost of Badges.
Total valuation $11,950.180 00
Kntm' This does not include railroad
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& .vn. v....-.v.. " grs assessed by tne siaie lax commission.
Frank L. Smith's Strips of Bacon. .35c whirh waa assessed at $3,500,504.00 in 1018.
The present is tne niteentn year
that Assessor Peetz has had charge
of Sherman county s tax roll and in
ell that time the board of equalization
has never made one change of the
Pullman Students Ride In Plane.
Liver and Bowels
There's one right way to speedily tone
up the liver and keep y.
the bowels regular. jfs.
Carter's little J
Liver Pills never I
fail. Millions J
that there is A
Kood for bil
iousness, indigestion, headache or sal
low, pimply skin. Purely vegetable.
Small P1Q Small Dose Sraali Price
DR. CARTER'S IRON PILLS, Nature's
great nerve and blood tonic for
Anemia, Rhecmatism, Nervousness,
Sleeplessness and Female Weakness.
till h is I War df iitirt
WASHINGTON STATE COLLEGE.
Pullman, Oct. 12. (Special.) The
newly-organized Flyers' club of the
state college, composed of returned
army and navy aviators, yesterday
brought to tl:e campus of the college
Senate Confirms Appointment.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU.
a Curtiss army airplane. Flights at Tin shin eton. Oct. 12. Ernest L. Park
a nominal fee were, taken by towns- Pr has been confirmed by the senate
people, students aad members of the aB receiver for the United States land
office at Lewiston. Idaho.
Castle Rock Has Walnut Crop.
Read The Oreronian classified ads.
CASTLE ROCK. .Wash., Oct. 12.
(Special.) The English walnut crop
is quite heavy in this section and
there are quite . a number of 'very old
trees of the soft-shell variety, which
seem particularly adapted to this
climate. Fred Hatch gathered 200
pounds from one 28-year-old tree that
grew in his front yard, and contracted I Always bears
to see them at 40 cents a pound. I the
Read The Oregonian classified ads. I
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
t t wtw
m& liiiirin ii "f
That is the proud state
ment of nearly all of
our depositors the
effect of a courteous,
fying service and a conser
vatism that absolutely pro
tects depositors' funds.
Make it Your Bank, too.
UNITED STATES NATIONAL
Sixth and Stark
HOOD RIVER, Or., Oct. 12. (Spe
cial.) Mrs. Charles H. Castner, presi
dent of the Oregon Federation of
Women's clubs, left today for Cor-
vallis to attend the 1919 convention
to be held in that city. She is ex
pecting the largest attendance at a
state convention of the women's or
ganization since the war began.
Three hundred badges were forward
ed yesterday to Mrs. A. B. Cordley,
member of the Corvallis reception
Mrs. Castner says the high cost
of living is shown in the price of
badge ribbon. Badges for state con
ventions have been costing more and
Here for Men and
for men and young men
are all the rage.
We have just received
a large assortment of
these cleverly designed
suits in one, two and
Tailored of fine quality cas
simere, worsted, cheviot and
other serviceable materials.
Shown in plain colors, in
stripes, checks and iridescent
$35 to 660
is the range of prices with
many in-between groups. A
suit here for every man no
matter what his build.
See the new double
breasted suits today.
ileier Sc. Frank's: Third Floor.
(Mail Orders Filled.)
Dubbelbilt clothes for boys are
known the length and breadth of
America for their wonderful wear-resisting
qualities. The new fall and
winter models in Dubbelbilt suits and
overcoats are now on display at this
store only in Portland.
Dubbelbilt suits are made of fine
tweeds, cassimeres, serges, cheviots
and worsteds. The coats are rein
forced at elbows, the pants at seat and
knees. All seams are interlocked.
Dubblebilt garments are
guaranteed to give six months'
solid service. They will retain
their shape under the hardest
Dubbelbilt suits and overcoats are
here in patterns and colors to please
every boy and his parents. All sizes
6 to 18 years.
Meier & Frank's: Third Floor.
(Mail Orders Filled.)
' v" Sto fcs oe I
Ttoe Quality a
more each year. Last year the rib
bons cost $13.90. The cost this year
soared to J22 and, after the printing
of them was paid, the total expense
of pinning badges on delegates will
run to more than 8 cents each.
Hood River delegates who will leave
Monday morning are Mrs. C. K. Mar
shall, president of the Hood River
Woman's club; Mrs. William Stewart,
Mrs. B. F. Shoemaker and Mrs. H. G.
Pendleton Pythians to Attend.
PENDLETON, Or.', Oct. 12. (Spe
cial.) Seven members of Damon
lodge. Knights of Pythias, will attend
the convention of the grand lodse
in Portland this week. J. W. Maloney,
grand master of exchequer, will be
one of two members in the state to re
ceive a 25-year Jewel. Other delegates
are James H. Gwinn, John Lambirth,
D. B. Waffle, M. A. Ferguson, J. H.
Morris and H. M. Elder.
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