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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1919)
Of the 13. two are from Portland,
Charge Purchases Made Today and Remainder of Month Go on December Accounts, Payable January Jj
ceil Morrow, a senior, and
Whitfield, a Junior. Both are special
Inns in the department ot bngnsn
literature. Miss Morrow during the
HEAD DF LOGGERS
Reed Professor Will Succeed
second term of the last college year
Our Store Will Remain Closed Thursday, Thanksgiving Day Flan Your Holiday Shopping Accordingly
Headquarters for Gloves, Neckwear, Hosiery, Furs, Ribbons, Handkerchiefs, Veils and Wearables of All Kinds for Thanksgiving Prompt, Courteous Service
made 17 straight hours of H grade,
the highest possible in the university.
Of the 13, seven are men and six are
English literature cornea first In
the departments for number of major
representatvies; commerce is next
with three. Honors will be granted
. 3D FLOOR
will be served from 11 A. M. to
2:30 P. M. TOMORROW in the
Tea Room, 4th Floor
Santa Claus has prepared a
great showing of New Dolls and
Toys for the little ones to ad
mire. Toyland, Fourth Floor.
at the end of the college year if satis
The Standard Store of the Northwest
factory work is done and an exam
ination passed. ,
Following is the full list of candi
Olds, Wortman .King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
dates for honors:
Seniors: Newton C. Bader of Aromas,
SCHOOL POST GIVEN UP
Cal., in sociology; Franklin E. Kolts ot
Hood River, in commerce; Philip W. Jan
THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1910.
"Worker Among Soldiers Durini
War Period and Student of In
dustrial Issues Selected,
Norman F Coleman, head of the
English department at Reed college
this city, was chosen Saturday as
president of the Loyal Lesion of
Loggers and Lumoermen, to succeed
General Brice P. Disque, by the board
of directors of that organisation, the
choosing of a president being one of
the final acts of the body before ad
journment was taken.
Announcement of the election was
made late yesterday afternoon by P.
L- Abbey, secretary-manager of the
Loyal Legion, the announcement
having been deferred by request of
Mr. Coleman to allow him sufficient
time to Inform his colleagues at Reed.
Mr. Coleman has accepted the
tender and will enter upon his offi
cial duties February 1. It is neces
sary that he remain at the college
until the end of the present semester.
Reed Serve Since 19t2.
A committee .was appointed at the
Inst meeting of the board in May, to
nominate a president to the board.
Mr. Coleman has been bead of the
English department at Reed since the
autumn of 1812. Prior to that time
he served for six years in a similar
capacity at Whitman college, at Walla
Walla, and before that taught In the
high schools of Spokane. For 20 years
and more, therefore, he has lived in
the northwest, and is known In every
part of it as a speaker and lecturer
on educational and social subjects. He
Is a member and sometime president
of the Oregon Social Hygiene society.
The educational department of the
T. M. C. A. sought him out for serv
ice during the war crisis, and Mr.
Coleman served for two years in
charge of educational departments' of
the Y. M. C. A., five months of which
period was spent in France. He was
at Camp Lewis for nine months, and
had oversight over educational mat
ters in the spruce production division.
He served also at San Francisco head
quarters in charge of the educational
work of the western department of
Overalls Often Worn.
Mr. Coleman was brought up on the
farm. Later, as student and then
teacher, he has spent hiB summers
with construction gangs and In fac
tory work, answering the call of the
whistle in his overalls and carrying
his "dinner-pail." He has for years
interested himself in industrial prob
lems and the relations of men in in-
He was born in Ontario and re
ceived his education in the Univer
sity of Toronto, later taking post
graduate work at Harvard. He has
been, however, a naturalized Amer
ican for more than 17 years. His
home is in Portland. He is married
and has two children, and is a mem
ber of the Methodist church.
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ProfeMor Norman F. Coleman,
who will leave Reed eollegre to
-head Loyal Lesion of Loggers
ney of Hood River, In commerce; Mar- I
joria Kay of Salem, in economics; Ray
Kinney of Oakland, in commerce; Luceil
Morrow of Portland, in English literature;
Lucile Redmond of Redmond, in English
literature; Irva Smtth of Walterville, in I
EnjUsh literature; Mrcus O'Oay of Eu-
srene. in ohysica.
Juniors: Mrs. Ellen B. Kelley of Eu
fene, in ecology; Dean Moor of Eugene.
Frank Palmer of Philomath and Irene
Whitfield of Portland, all in English literature.
M HERO RECITAL STAR
ALBERT SPALDING TO APPEAR
WITH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.
RiCHER'S STILL SEIZED
MAX ARRESTED KAR ASTO
RIA TAKEN' TO PORTLAND.
John Jackson Waives Examina
tion Finn 2 0 Years In U. S.
. Xot Vet Naturalized.
ASTORIA. Or., Nov. 24. (Special.)
John Jackson was arrested today
at his home about S'i miles from
Svensen by Deputy United States Mar
shal F. B. Tichenor on a charge of
operating" a still. Jackson was ar
raigrned before United States Com
missioner Carney today where he
waived examination and in default
of $1500 bonds ho was taken to Port
Jackson, who is a rancher and shoe
maker, had been running- his still for
several months, it was alleged. Only
a small amount of moonshine wa s
eeized. The man owns a small ranch,
a, native of Finland and although
he has been in this country 20 years
"has never made application for his
first papers, his intention being1 to
return to his native land as soon a
lie made a fortune.
Violinist, Who Abandoned Career
to Enter Aviation, Will Be
at Heilig Tomorrow.
When America entered the war
Albert Spalding, violinist, was tasting
fame but he left the concert stage
at a moment's notice and entered the
biggest game in all history. Though
the recipient of at least two decora
tions, Mr. Spalding, who appears at
the Heilig" tomorrow night with the
Portland Symphony orchestra in Us
second concert of the season, holds
the additional distinction of being
the only artist who saw service and
thrust aside the opportunity to be
photographed in uniform.
Albert Spalding enlisted early in
1917 and was sent overseas to Italy,
receiving his commission in the avia
tion service as a graduate observer
for bombing planes. He was trained
in the American aviation school at
Cento Cele. near Rome. Two decora
tions were conferred upon the young
American violinist by the Italian gov
ernment, the "cross of the crown of
Italy" and the "military fatigue rib
The appearance of the noted violin
ist in local concert with the Portland
Symphony orchestra tomorrow night
is attracting ' much interest among
music lovers who are familiar with
the brilliance of his technique, his
undoubted talent and his reputation
as a composer. Mr. Spalding is now
under the concert management of the
TVolfsohn musical bureau of New
York, the same organ izat "on which
manages Alma Gluck, Josef Hofmann,
Eirem Ztmbalist and many other
FUNERAL HONOR PLANNED
fctate High-way OTfice to Close Dur
ing Bnrgess Services.
SAL. Ell, Or.. Nov. 24. (Special.)
The local offices of the state high
way department will be closed during
the funeral of the late J. N. Burgess,
it ate highway commissioner, Tuesday
Afternoon, according to announcement
made here today.
Simon Benson of Portland and Rob
ert Booth of Eugene, members of the
commission, will attend the funeral.
which will be held in Pendleton.
STUDENTS SEEK HONORS
13 at Oregon ITniverslty Register
. iCXIVERSITY OP ORKGON, Eugene,
Nov. 24. tS:4;ia,l. Nine members of
the senior clasj and four juniors have
reisUered as candidates for honors,
act-ording to announcement made Sat
urday at Th office of the registrar.
HE DARKENED HIS
Telia How He Did It.
ASTORIA VETERAN TOLD TO
QUIT TALKING OF CENTRA LI A.
Unidentified Person Tells Dr. Ells
worth to "Cut It Out or We
Will Get Yon."
ASTORIA, Or., Nov. 24. (Special.)
"You have been talking too much
about that Centralia affair, cut it out
or we will get you," were the words
which greeted Pr. R. C. Ellsworth,
commander of Edward loung camp,
Spanish - American War Veterans,
w hen he answered a telephone call
at his office last evening. Who mde
the threat is not known. ' Dr. Ells
worth does not deny that he has
taken an active part in the campaign
against the I. W. W., bolshevik and
other radical elements in this city,
but does not know why he should be
singled out for a warning.
This is the second instance of an
Astoria man being threatened because
of taking an active part against the
radical element in this part of the
northwest, the first being F. P.
Parker Jr., who last Friday received
a ietler through the mail which was
signed W. W.," and threatened
him with bodily harm if he did not
desist frpm lis activities against the
Double "SH" Stamps G wfthTAuay Charge or Cash Purchases
in cash will be distributed to our customer be
tween now and Christmas through the medium
of S. & H. Green Trading Stamps. Are you
going to neglect this splendid opportunity to
get a substantial cash saving on4he money you
spend ? Filled Stamp Books redeemed, 3d floor.
Great Sale of Carter's
This is the biggest Underwear event Portland has seen this season.
Women who wear Carter Union Suits need no urging to buy, for they
know these garments are nnequaled. We secured a great lot of these Union
Suits at special low prices because of imperfections barred them being
classed as firsts. Cotton, wool and cotton, wool and silk, wrol and lisle.
Carter's Union Suits for Women
barter's Cotton Union
Suits; $2.25 grade now
Union Suits as above,
in outsizes; $2.50 grade
Carter's Wool Mixed
Union Suits; $3.50 grade
This grade in outsizes,
regular price $4.00; now
Carter's Wool and Cot- QO PA
ton Union Suits; special DOOt
Carter's Wool and fljr - r
Lisle Union Suits, only 031-J
Carter's Union Suits of wool and
lisle and silk and wool. Beautifully
finished. Regular $6.50 and $7.00
grades now at $5.65 and $6.50
$18 to $40 Trimmed Hats
Thanksgiving Sale of Waists
Entire Stock Reduced for 2 Days!
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Misses' Fur Sets
and Scarfs in the
most desirable pelts
mole, ermine, wolf,
fox, etc. 2d Floor.
Beginning this morning and continuing Wednesday
the Garment Store offers its entire stock of Women's
Waists at reduced prices. Women who have planned
to buy new waists for the Thanksgiving festivities now
have an opportunity to choose from the best selected
stoclc of Waists in Portland at splendid savings.
Dainty Georgette Waists
Second Floor Women's Waists of Georgette Crepe and
Crepe de Chine in a number of pretty styles. Embroid
ered, tucked and braided fronts with plaited collars or
without collars. Georgette Waists are shown in the
popular polkadot effects in various color (J 4 A Q
combinations. Priced special for 2 Days' Sale Otctc
Women's Crepe Waists
Second Floor Splendid quality Georgette Crepe. Large
assortment of styles trimmed with beading, embroid
ery tucks and plaiting. Some with fancy vest fronts.
Flesh, white, salmon, green, red, tan, plum, !? AP
lavender, navy and black. Priced special at 500
Crepe and Net Waists
Second Floor Beautiful Waists of Georgette Crepe
and fine Nets. Many in fancy tucked, embroid
ered and lace-trimmed designs. Also many styles
trimmed with braids and buttons. Round, squaie
V necks. Long and three-quarter (PA QQ
Extraordinary values. Special
Crepe, Tricolette Waists
Second Floor Special assortment of high-class
Waists grouped and greatly underpriced for the
Thanksgiving sale. Georgette Crepe, Tricolette,
Taffetas and Japanese Crepes. Several models in
Russian blouse effects. Flesh, white, Q" " A Q
light blue and other shades. Special DxX.t
Basement Month-End Sale
of All Untrimmed Hats' at
This takes m all of our finest pat
tern Hats and a special lot of 50
I beautiful models from our own work
rooms. New fur - trimmed turbans
and other shapes. Hats trimmed with
hand-made flowers, burnt goose and ostrich fancies Hats for matrons
and misses in becoming styles and shapes. Beautiful Gold and Silver
Hats and Metal Crown Hats. In all, there are about 100 Q- f? f(
models. Most of them are $20, $25, $35, $40 values; on sale 5 i-O.UU
Untrimmed Hats at V2 Price
Choose any $7.50 Un
trimmed Hat now for
Choose any $10.00 flK ff
Untrimmed Hat now at DJ.UU
Choose any $15.00 CP7 ETA
Untrimmed Hat now for 0 0J
Untrimmed Hat now for
any $18.00 CO fin
DOUBLE STAMPS WITH CASH PURCHASES
Order your Thanksgiving gro
ceries early today. Headquarters
for Raisins, Figs, Mincemeat,
Nuts, Cranberries, Sweet and
Boiled Cider, Oranges, Pickles and
inaay other good things to eat.
Golden West Sauce
and Pie Flavor
The same old-time Golden West
Sauce and Pie Flavor the kind
that gives the old-fashioned taste
to your pies and puddings. In
clude a bottle in your Thanksgiv
ing order. Priced 35 a bottle.
Sale of Women's Shoes
Month-End Clean Up!
175 pairs of Women's Shoes at a next-to-nothing price .to close them
out quickly. High-grade footwear of reliable makes every pair from
our own regular stock. No phone orders, exchanges, C. O. D.'s or credits.
Sizes, Widths and Quantities
Sizes q 2& 3 3 4" 4 S S2 6 6
AA 2 3
A 2 364
,-B- 2 4 13 15 io
C 4 2S a 8 1 7 a
0 2 2 7 3 6 4
Shoes Formerly Selling
Up to $10 a Pair
Gray Kid Shoes with cloth tops'and high
heels Laced or Buttoned Shoes of black
kid Vici Kid Shoes with cloth tops and
military heels Patent Coltskin with crav
enefcte tops, high or flat heels and many
other styles. Shoes formerly CJO AA
priced to $10.00, on sale today at tD.Ulf '
Shoe Dept., 1st Floor
We are exclusive Portland
Agents for the world-famous
Richardson Linens. People need
ing new napery for Thanksgiving
cannot do better than make their,
holiday selections at this store.
Sale of Table
Main Floor Odd lot of Richard
son pure linen Table Cloths on
sale today at very special prices.
Table Cloths 2x2 yds. $10.00
Table Cloths 2x2 yds $10.50
Table Cloths 2x3 yds. $12.50
Table Cloths 2x3 Vi yde. $17.50
Main Floor Very effective de
signs. Hand embroidered and scal
loped. Buy now for Thanksgiving
and for gifts. Exquisite designs.
These are priced $8.75, $9.0O,
$9.50, $10.00, $11. OO each.
Main Floor Extra large size
Bath Towels, full bleached and
splendid heavy quality. OCA
These are priced special at JJZ
10 Yards $4.00
Main Floor Bridal Long Cloth
of superior quality with beautiful
soft finish especially adapted for
underwear. Put up 10 ? A ff
yard3 to the piece, at V.UU
Main Floor Economy Sheets
made of good heavy quality
bleached sheeting. Size (JO OfT
81x99 inches. Special O.U
A Month-end Qearaway of onr
entire Basement Stock of Un
trimmed Hats at one price. Large,
small and medium Hats in Panna
Velvet, Plush and Lyons Velvets.
Black, brown, taupe, blue and navy.
Turbans, military effects, soft tur
bans. Droops with colored fac
ings. Hundreds to select CO A Q
from. Basement Sale at OS.xO
All Children's Trimmed and
Banded Hats in our Basement stock
will also be included in the Month
End Sale at special low prices.
Men's Ties Special 95c
3 Ties for $2.75
Main Floor Nearly every man will have a new
tie for Thanksgiving and a good many of them
will no doubt profit by this notable offering.
Ties of exceptional quality in a wide range of
smart patterns Persian effects, stripes, dots,
figures and brocades. Latest wide-end styles
with slip-easy collar bands. Beautiful OCT
rich colorings. S Ties for $3.75, each JOl
: MEN'S SILK SHIRTS in distinctive new
patterns and colors. Priced $7.50 to $15.00
BATES-STREET, Savoy, Metric and other
well-known Shirts in new patterns. Prices
start at $2.50 and range up to $7.50
MEN'S FINE FLANNEL SHIRTS in wool
and mixed wool. Prices range $3.50 to $6.50
Men's Wool Sweaters priced $5.00
Outing Flannel Pajamas at $3.50
Outing Flannel Nightgowns $2.oO
Men's Mufflers $1.50, $2.50, $5
Men s buk Hose to JpiS a pair.
Men's Arm Bands 15, 25f, 35
Sterling Silver Buckles $2, $2.50
Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs on
sale today at, each. 25 and 35
Men s i leece Lined
Auto Gloves $0.50,
$8 to $17.50 a pair.
Lisk Roasters $3.68
Housewares Dept., Third Floor
Lisk self-basting dark enam
eled Roasters. Size PQ CO
18x11 in. SaleDt.UO
Lisk Roasters, CQ QQ
Roaster, 15-in. size
size 19x12 inches
Model Seamless Enameled Roasters, 18-inch size. Special $3.29
Mr. J. A. McCrea, a well-known
resident of San Francisco, who was
called Daddy and Grandpa on account 1
of his white hair, and who darkened i
it with a home-made mixture, re- !
cently made the following: statement: ;
"Anyone can prepare a simple mix- i
ture at home that will darken gray
hair, and make it soft and glossy. To
a half-pint of water add 1 ounce of
bay rum, a small box of Barbo Com
pound and 4 ounce of glycerine.
These ingredients can be bought at
any drug store at very little cost.
Apply to the hair twice a week until
the desired shade is obtained. It does
not color the scalp, is not sticky or
greasy and does not rub oil." Adv.
IDAHO OFFICIAL TO QUIT
G. E. Bowerman to Be Secretary of
American Bankers' Association.
BOISE. Idaho. Nov. 24. (Special.)
Guy E. Bowerman. state commissioner
of finance, -soon will hand hi resig
nation to Governor Davis to become
secretary of the American Bankers'
association, he announced todav.
Mr. Bowerman is the first western
man ever to be selected for that posi
tion. He expects to take up his new
worlc about January i and &s soon
as Governor Davis returns from Idaho
Falls, where he is attending a rec
lamation meeting-, Mr. Bowerman wiU
ask him to decide upon & successor.
Oregon. Apples Go to Norway.
SHERIDAN'. Or.. Nov. 24. (Spe
cial.) Two carloads of Oregon ap
ples were shipped this week to Chris
tiana. Norway. There have been eight
carloads of apples sent from Sheridan
to foreign ports within the last ten
Phone your want ads to. the Or.o-uiau-
Main 7070, A U9.
RESERVE LIST MOUNTS
CIVILIAN ORGANIZATION NOW
HAS 5500 ON ROLLS.
Elks Hate lfM)0 More and Still Are
Canvassing Members Business
Houses Enroll Employes.
The beginning of the fifth week of
the civilian reserve enrollment finds
5D00 signed up and 1000 more enrolled
by the Elks' lodge which will be
turned In when the entire member
ship Is canvassed and 5000 in sight
for the next three weeks.
Nearly all the lodges, patriotic or
ganizations and civic clubs of the city
have indorsed the movement and re
quested the active support of their
memberships, including: Elks, Masons,
Woodmen of the World, United Arti
sans, I. O. O. F., Maccabees, Auld
Iang Syne society. Vigilantes. State
Bar association. State Guard, Multno
mah Guard. Grand Army of the Re
public. Spanish American War Vet
erans. Sons of Veterans. Sons Ameri
can Revolution. Daddies' club. Cham
ber of Commerce, Progressive Busi
ness ilen's club. Ad club. Rotary club,
Civic league. Presidents" council,
Kiwanis. City o!u!). Realty Board, Boy
Scouta, American Legion.
ilauy business houses are making
it a point of honor that their em
ployes sign up 100 per cent. Nicolai
Neppach company was the latest to
come in with their full 92 men en
rolled. The lodges are following up
members who do not attend the
regular meetings and requesting they
enroll in the reserve.
Ralph R. Duniway, who has taken
a great interest in the enrollment, has
suggested a Bimilar enrollment for
the women of the city, which sug
gestion is receiving considerable at'
L Grande Cadets Inspected.
ment to the La Grande cadet corps,
Lieutenant-Colonel Lister, northwest
Inspector of the Reserve Officers'
Training corps, headquarters at Spo
kane, today Inspected the local corps.
He ia forwarding requisitions to the
war department tonight calling for
the necessary equipment- Review and
inspection were staged by . the corps.
ernor Olcott against the proposal to
kill the large bull elk which has been
a conspicuous figure at the state fair
here for years. The elk Is said te
Jiave attempted to attack Its keeper
everal Times rw.nliy ana oraers
BULL ELK GETS REPRIEVE
Order for Execution of Animal Is
LA GRANDE, Or., Nov. 24. (Spe- I SALEM. Or.. Nov. 24. (Special.)
cial.) As the last preliminary to Members of the Salem lodge of Elks
government Issues of rifles and equip- have filed verbal protect with Gov-
not only move the bowels
but improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion.
were Issued that it be killed.
The order to kill the elk has been
held up for the present, and the Elks
say that some provision may be made
for its keeping. The elk weighs
more than 1000 pounds and it was in-
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tended to donate the meat to the
Red Cross society.
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There is one sale, dependable treat
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