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TITE 3IORNIXO OREGOXIAS", TUESDAY, XOVEMBER 2.3. 1019.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF;
C!tv Edilur Main 7070. A 8O.1U
Sunday KiJicor Main 7070. A UoWu
Acverlising Lifcpar'.ment. .Main 7U70. A Uo'.io
Sui'eriuLcntlenL uf h:uiil'g.Mal77u70. A ijobo
OKPHEUM (Broadway at Taylor) Vaude
ville. This afternoon and tonight.
ALCAZAK (Eleventh at Morrison) A,ca.:
Musical Players in "The Mikado.
BAKER (Broadway near Morrison) Bakcr
hlock company In "It Pays to Adver
LYUIC (Fourth at Stark) Musical com
edy. Millions to Burn." Three ahows
dally. -J, 7 and 0 P. M.
PA NT AGES (Broadway at Alder) YauV
vllle. Three shows daily. 2:30, 7 and :uo.
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures. -to 1.
:45 to II P. M. Saturdays. Sundays and
holidays, -.continuous, 1:13 to 11 P- M-
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
On Sale at
Business Office. OreEonlaTt.
JOBS FOR SOLDIERS !
HI OF M DRIVE!
Statewide Campaign for ex-!
Service Men Coming. !
FORCES MOW ORGANIZING
Husband Gets 500 Award. The
sealed verdict.returned by a jury in
the court of Circuit Judge Belt Sat
urday, disclosed a jurgment of o00
damages for Robert Patehen in his
alienation suit asainst W. V. Smith,
when opened by Presiding Judge
Oatcns yesterday. Patehen accuued
Smith of paying too much attention
to Mrs. Aruia M. Patehen with the
result that she lost affection for her
husband. Testimony disclosed that
Mrs. Patehen and Smith were partners
in the management of the Patehen
hotel, where Patehen was employed
as janitor and that the husband was
20 years the senior of his wife. Dam
ages of $10,000 -were asked in the
Alaska Society to Meet. Genuine
"HmirHiiuehs." who "mushed" the
trails of the far north In days of
yore, will hold forth tonight in the
Kli.abethan room of the Hotel Im
perial at S o'clock, when the first
seasonal assembly of the Alaska so
ciety will be held. The meeting is
open to ex-residents of Alaska, their
families and friends and an hour or
so will be devoted to reminiscence
and games. W. H. Downing is presi
dent of the society, with K. H. Collis
Methodists to Hear Evangelists
Kvangelistic services are .0 be con
tinued this week at the Centenary
Methodist church, Kast Ninth and
IMne streets. These meetings are
under the direction of the Kpworth
league and the minute men of the
church. Miss D. Willa Caffray
evangelist, will be the speaker. All
Make a punch bowl of "egnog" for
Thanksgiving. All you need is one
part of "egnog" syrup to three parts
sweet milk. Delicious and satisfying.
For sale at leading groceries and con
fectioneries in large bottles for $1.25.
and in pint flasks for 75 cents. If
your dealer is out phone Broadway
407::. It tastes like more. Adv.
TIotart Tone Announced. "Just
Rotary" will be the subject for dis
cussion today at the luncheon of the
notary club in the crysta' room of
the Benson hotel. Paul Dellaas, John
M. A. l,aue Jr., Guy W. Spokesfield.
John W. Vogan and Kstes Snedecor
will be the speakers. "
Bio Chief to Keport. Big Chief
Hewitt, who attended the Vancouver
potlatch. will detail events of the
powwow to members of the tribes at
the regular meeting of the Kiwanis
cluh in the Tyrolean room at the
Benson hotel at noon today. A spe
cial musical programme is promised.
Legion Auxiliary to Dance. The
women's auxiliary to the American
L.egion is planning a dance1 for next
Friday night. November 28, at the
Multnomah hotel. Darby's orchestra
will play. -Kxtensive arrangements
are being made to make the Thanks
giving dance the best of the season.
Thanksuivino Reunion, Shlpherd'u
Springs. Carson, Wash., Thursday,
Friday and Saturday; three days of
feasting and dancing, mid-season get
together party; turkey and all the
Prize Masquerade Dance.
Cotillion Hall, Thursday Night,
$50 Cash Prizes.
Butterfield and Cotillion Orchestra.
Masquerade Ball tonight, $1000 in
prizes: biggest one ever held in Port
land: given by Anchor council. No.
746. K. and L. of S. 128 11th 8t. Admis
sion 35 cents. Adv.
Men! ' Boyden's or Banister's na- I
tionally known all-leather shoes at
today's factory prices! Get ready for
wet weather. Rosenthal's, 129 Tenth
St., bet. Wash, and Alder. Adv.
Just received a shipment of Budda
toilet water and perfumes in attrac
tive Xmas packages. Lewis-Stenger
Barbers' Supply Co.f cor. Morrison
and Tenth sts. Adv.
w On Thanksgiving Dat the Bohe
man restaurant will Berve a special
dinner at $1.50 per plate from 11 A. M.
to 8 P. M. Adv.
Kemhkreb Coal, Carbon Coal Co..
mine agents. S21 Hawthorne ave. East
1188. Adv. m
Dorothy Rashussen, teacher ballroom
and stage dancing. 610 Kilers bldg.
Gray felt Romeo slippers, $2.65 per
pair. Nice and warm. Knight's steps
to economy dept. Ad .-.
Carving Sets $2 and up. Portland
Cutlery Co., 86 6th St., near Stark.
Adv. , -
Artisan Ball, east side W. o. V.
hall, Nov. 26. Good music; prizes.
Dr. J. D. Fenton. physician and sur
geon, moved 411-412 Selling bldg.-Adv.
Moorji Sanitarium for the milk; cure.
Tel. Dr. McMahon, chiropractos
Dr. Calvim S. "White has returned.
Movement Started by Special Com
initlee of Chamber of Commerce '
' Promises Results.
EX-SKRVICK MKV8 EMPLOY
MEM. All employers of labor and
the public, now that it is known
what the existing- unemploy
ment situation is. should rise to
assist in listing places and fitting-
ex-service men into the
work in which they can make
good. The ex-service men's em
ployment committep will main
tain headquarters at Liberty
Temple, telephone Main 313, and
invites the co-operation of. the
public that the fullest measure
of good may be accomplished.
WILLIAM CORN FOOT,
-statewide in its character, hunting
down the last available iob within !
.hn V. a - . ...
lllt iutrs oi Oregon and placing
an ex-service man therein, is the de
clared purpose or the employment
publicity campaign outlined yester
day noon at a meeting of the spe
cial committee of the "Portland
Chamber of Commerce called to con
sider the non-employment situation in
Facing a task that is wider than
the city, the ramif ications of which
extend throughout the state, the com
mittee determined to make the cam
paign statewide, while relaxing no
effort in the purely local attempt to
find positions for men who served
the flag and lost their jobs. O. C.
Leiter was named as chairman of the
committee which will direct the pub
licity campaign in Oregon.
Already, it was announced, the ef
fects of preliminary publicity on the
need for employment are being felt.
At Liberty Temple, through the in
fluence of newspaper articles that
have dealt with the emergency, more
positions have been volunteered for
ex-service men within the past week
than in any other similar period on
Co-operation Is AMMtirfd,
The Portland caiunaisrn w41 nrn.
ceed by industries, tabulating each
position in which a vacancy exists
throughout the many industrial en
terprises of the city. The Chamber
of Commerce commission, which wil
co-operate fully with the already es
tablished soldiers, jailors and marines
vnniiiMi,Fi, neaa(iiarters at ijlocrty
lempie. is neaded by William Corn
foot, with M. L. Kline as vice-chair
Chairmen of the several sub-corn
mittees representing the broad align
ment of local industry, with their
teiiow-commltteemen. are as follows
Wholesale trade. Julius Meier (chair
man), A, H. Arill and M. L. Kline;
retail trade, A-Oolphe Wolfe (chair-
lsLen Look as young
as you feel on Thanks
The new styles in suits and overcoats
have youthful dash without being ex
New Arrivals by Express
for Men and Young Men
Full belted, half belted, beltless, in high waist
line, single or double-breasted, silk-lined mod
els. Fine woolen fabrics in plain blue, green
and brown also fancy mixtures.
See Our Attractive Window Display
Exclusive Kuppenhcimer House in Portland
MORRISON and FOURTH
Even now youacan buy your new suit or overcoat
and wear it out of the store, fitting perfectly.
S. & H. Stamps
I 1 I
maV). J. -H. Plagemann and Fred
Spoeri; public service corporations, J.
C. English (chairman). G. C. Pierce
and F. I. Fuller; manufacturing con
cerns, 'S,' EAyer (.chairman), E. D.
Kingsley and p. A. Pattullo; banks.
hotels, office - buildings, etc., h. C
Sammons tphairman), J. F. O'Snea
and J. O. Hoyt.
The - committee will at once en-1
gage the services of an experienced j
executive and an advertising mana- j
ger. Headquarters will be at Liberty
Temple,' and all telephone messages
should be addressed there, calling
The members of the committee,
directed by Chairman Corn foot, are to
hold themselves as committees of one
in locating employment opportunities
for ex-eervice men, while driving f- r
ward with the main line of the cam
paign.. The general committee will be
fully provided with lists of all Port
land industries, allocated to the vari
ous chairmen, who will be held re
sponsible for results in each field.
Plans for the guidance of the many
sub-comm ittees, which will take the
field in search of available jobs, are
to be announced by the general com
mittee within the next day or so.
S. & H. Green stamps for cash.
Holman Fuel Co. Main 353. A 3o53.
A d v.
ftnkial Take Every
.yeanaiii sume- .
times comes on sov .
gradually that the
not realize his
trouble until it'
has reached a sp-',--
By our thorough
find any defect, and work
out a formula by which a
glass, lens may be ground
to counteract it.
E. W. Wheeler,
2d Floor Oregonian Bldg.
Made to Measure
New Woolens- .
Ask for Catalog
Glass &Prudhomme Co.
I Player-Pianos 1
Palhe and O-Keh
SSoule Bros. I
166 Tenth St.,
Wanted Chairs to Cane
by School for Blind
FOR PARTICULARS CALL
Mar. 50490 or
'l abor 0O79
St S Ns. ( I;
StoTf of aa Americaagiflwho didLvmorevgood;
in a westenu-toviuithaiu a preacher and a far of
104 FOURTH STREET
Bet. Washington and Stark.
20,000 New Books mi Pre-War Price.
Covering every branch of literature.
Large stock second-hand books and
magazines bought sold
Dyke's Automobile Encyclopedia.
. A large variety ot gitt books.
ISO Fourth Street, Near 1'amkiH.
235 WMkiixtoa Street. Biear Third.
Just Time to Get a Warm Coat for Thanksgiving
East Sixth and Pacific Streets
Scire Pure Wholesome Food.
If you want a good meal at mod
erate prices, patronize the Inn.
Breakfast served from 7 to 10 A. M.,
dinner 12 to 2 P. M.. supper 5 to 7
P. M. You can get almost anything
from a sandwich or plate of hot cakes
to a porterhouse steak. Regular din
ner and supper served at 40c
If you have not visUed the College
Inn it is to your advantage to get
acquainted. It is a well-managed,
good place to eat, Adv.
Sturdy all-wool overcoats at money
saving prices, $25 to $50 are offered
at the annual overcoat sale of the
Brownsville Woolen Mill store. Third
and Morrison. Adv
Legion Fights I. W. W.
BEND, Or., Nov. 24. (Special.)
As the result of the murders of Cen
tralia ex-soldiers on Armistice day,
Percy A- Stevens post, American
Legion, of this city, went on record
today for a close co-operation with
city and county officials in the ef
fort to rid central Oregon rf I. W. W
... , .-.-Ai- ;lrr".
$25 to $SO
EN from all over-the northwest are getting
their w inter overcoats at our annual money
They know by past experience that they get
here sturdy all-wool coats, made of the best fab
rics to defy cold, wind and storm, durably tailored'
in the latest styles and designs and sold "Mill-to-Man,"
to save the consumer money.
We have been preparing" for this event for a
year. Our stocks are large and we are prepared to
suit every taste in the pinch-back or belted, or
plain and conservative styles.
Try on a new coat today.
Do your Christmas
shopping early in
Brownsville Woolen Mills Store
THIRD AND MORRISON STREETS
plan on getting the Wife
the most serviceable, 9
for . .
that joy of joys,
Day and Evening
To young men ambitious to secure thorough
and rapid preparation for college, dentistry,
engineering, or law, the Y. M. C. A. Preparatory
School offers unusual advantages.
ItUW TERM Ol'EXS MONDAY, DECEMBER 1.
Call now for consultation, or write for catalogue. This school co
operates with the slate in securing financial aid for returned 6crvico
. DIV, C, ROOM 416, PORTL.WD T. M. C A. Bl'ILDIXG,
PORT LAN D
Carl Dentoa, Conductor.
Wedneaday EiremtnK November 26,
Helllar Theater. -
Prleea S2.SO, 3.0O, 1..V. 1.0O.
General Admlasion SOe.
Mall Orders Now Care of Heilig
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE
in Furniture and Appliances, Filing
Equipment, and Supplies, Seals
and Rubber Stamps, Engineers
and Typewriter Supplies.
Blank Books, Indexes and Cards.
Printing, Engraving and Steel
Die Embossing, Bookbinding
Fifth akd Ojuc Sts.
Mti- JUST THE fv-''s4 class
B I 8 HOTEL Cfl A
py FOR YOU" p i J Bldg.
at moderate prices,
Whether for the day, week
Convenient to all carllnea and
polnta of Interest.
Refined and anbatantlal f n r
nl.falngn cheerfnl and Invltlns.
CLES.V B. HITE, MGR.
WASHINGTON AT TWELFTH
New Perkins Hotel
Fifth and Washington
"In the Heart of the Retailm
and Financial District'
Automatic Manufacturing Co.
Engineers and Machinists
Tool and Die Makers
Models made and perfected. Manufacturers
of automobile accessories and light machin
ery of every description. .
440 Hancock St. Tel. E. 803 Portland, Or.
ji 'iJS'i ij
Tb. SEWARD la a B.w, modern ana
Ciesantly aPiKllnterl boC.U poaieaalDg
&e ot tn. most beautiful corner lob.
biea in toe NortbweiL loca,ted at
lutn and Aider at... opposite Olda,
WoruntD Ac cLlnr'a bis departmeat
.tore In bea.rt ot reta.il aud tbaater
district. Katea $1.50 and up. Baa
meeta all tralna. " W" o.r alao niaa
from Union Depot direct to Hoi.
W. 41. Saward. Froa.
With Bath ....
ROOMS (PI ((
With Detached Bath 3XvlU
Seven days' accommodation for
Six days' compensation.
Attractive Monthly Rates
44S Washington Street
Large rooms, elegantly furnished,
near theater and shopping district,
Strictly modern. Rates reasonable,
A Moderately-Priced Hotel of Merit.
Kat Morrison fet. and T"nt filth.
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