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THE MORNING OREGOMAX, FRIDAY, JULY SO, 1920
Ophthalmologists From Pa
cific Coast Attend Session.
CHICAGO EXPERT VISITOR
Illu.-trutlons Slrowing Treatment of
liye During AVar Are to Be
With nearly 100 specialists in ear.
eye, nose and throat treatment from
the Rocky mountain and Pacific
coast states present, the eighth an
nual meeting of the Pacific Coast Oto
Ophtlvalmological society opened in
MorninK 'and afternoon sessions
were held at the Multnomah hotel
and addresses of a technical na
ture were given by a number of the
physicians present. The serious work
of the conference was leavened by
entertainment in the nature of a
luncheon at the Benson hotel, and a
dinner dance last evening at Waver
Vesterday's morning: session opened
with an address of welcome by the
president of "the society. Dr. Wilson
Johnston of Portland, and during the
morning two addresses were given, as
follows: "Chronic Dacryocystitis and
Treatment by the West Operation" by
Dr. A. J. Ridges of Salt Lake City,
and "The Kye in Intracranial Le
sions." by Dr. George M. Swift of
Discussions on the two addresses
were led by Dr. Copeland Pluramcr
of Seattle and Dr. K. K. Maxey of
Chicago Specialist Talks.
At the afternoon's session the at
tending ophthalmologists had the op
portunity of listening to an address
by Dr. J. Gordon Wilson of Cnicago
I on -the subject, "Experimental Inves
tigations of the Function of the
I Labyrinth." Kach year it is the cus
tom of the society to invite some
prominent member of the profession
from a distant point to come to the
laession and deliver an address, and
Ithis year the invitation was extended
to Dr. Wilson, who is professor tot
otology at the University of Chicago.
Other addresses during the after-
Inoon were "Closure of Fistulous
I Openings Through the Alveolar Proc
oss into the Antrum of Highmore," by
Dr. Cullen F. Welty of San Francisco.
I and "Concerning the Question of
Jugular Ligation in Sinus Throm-
Jbosis." by Dr. Otto M. Rott of Spokane.
Discussions during 'the afternoon
i-ere led by Dr. Issac H. Jones of Los
ingeles. Dr. K. E. Wheeler of Tacoma,
id Dr. Richard W. Perry of Seattle.
Today sessions will continue this
lorning and afternoon, with lunch-
i on at the Multnomah at 12:30 o'clock.
md a trip up the Columbia highway
beginning at 3 o'clock, with dinner
it Crown Point.
Officers' Election Saturday.
Saturday sessions will a train hi.
field in the morning and afternoon,
Pith a business meetinn and el An
ion of officers as the closing event
the meeting. Two addresses of
unusual interest to the lavmen still
lemaining are, one on Friday after-
boon on "Effects of Continuous Noises
Ind of Explosions on the Ear, In
liudins Investigations nf Shall Cnn.
Iusslon Deafness During the War,"
y Dr. Wilson of Chicago, and one on
aturdav mornin? hv Dr. Harrv V
IVurdemann of Seattle, accompanied
'ith the showincr of over 100 Ulna.
rations showing injuries and treat
ments to the eye during the war.
Officers of the societv are: Dr.
h'ilson Johnston of Portland, presi-
ent; Dr. C. Lewitt of San Francisco.
lice-president; Dr. Frank B. Kistner,
fortland, secretary-treasurer; execu
tive committee. Dr. Alexander R.
Irvine, Salt Lake City; Dr. Cullen F.
Welty. San Francisco; Dr. Wilson
Johnston, Portland; entertainment
committee. Dr. Ralph Fenton, J. F.
Dickson, Frederick A. Kiehle and
John F. Beaumont of Portland.
Many of the vusiting specialists are
accompanied by their wives and a
ladies' entertainment committee of
Portland women has been formed to
have charge of the entertainment
of the visiting women, as follows:
Mrs. Charles T. Chamberlaine, Mrs.
Frank B. ICistner, Mrs. Joseph L. Mc
Cool. Mrs. J. F. Dickson, Mrs. John
F. Beaumont. Mrs. Frederick Kiehle
and Mrs. Wilson Johnston.
WATER LEVY IS UPHELD
Maplcwood District Authorized to
The Maplewood water district Is
authorized to levy assessments on
the property within its borders in
sustaining its water system, in ac
cordance with the decision handed
down yesterday afternoon by Circuit
Judge Morrow. This gives Sheriff
Hurlburt the right to collect the spe
cial assessment of $4500 against
property within the district levied on
by the commissioners.
The suit is a long-standing one
brought by W. D. Smith and other
property owners against Sheriff Hurl
burt and Multnomah county to re
strain the collection of the assess
ment. Final arguments were heard
yesterday. Deputy District Attorney
Pierce represented the sheriff; George
C. Johnson the water district, and
Wirt Minor the bond buyers. George
Shepherd, George B. Cellars and H. H.
Riddle represented the plaintiffs.
BISHOP DENIES FRAUDS
Mormon Icader Says He Invested
in Lumber Company in 1902.
C. W. Nibley, presiding bishop of
the Mormon church, . declares he
knows nothing of alleged land frauds
mentioned in the complaint filed
Tuesday by the government against
the Grand Ronde Lumber company.
The atleged conspiracy to secure
timberland by means of dummy en
try men occurred 25 or 30 years ago.
Mr. Nibley, who is president of the
lumber company, says that he bought
into the concern In 1902, years after
the alleged conspiracy.
Mr. Nibley says that when he
bought into the company nothing was
said of fraudulent timber holdings
and two years ago when a special
agent questioned Mr. Nibley's son,
Alexander, about timber matters. Mr.
Nibley consulted with the company's
attorney and was Informed that the
titles were all clear.
STOCKMEN FILE PETITION
Liability of Railroads on Shipments
SALEM. Or.. July 29. (Special.)
A petition has been filed with the
Oregon public service commission by
the Cattle and Horse Raisers' associ
ation of Oregon, Portland Livestock
Exchange and Western Oregon Live
stock Men's league asking that an or
der approved by the commission on
December 17, 1909, providing for re
duced interstate freight rates on
livestock shipments under what is
known as the low value contract be
A change is also sought in the spe
cial value contract. Livestock ship
pers contend the conditions have
changed and that under the low value
contract the liability of the railroads
is not sufficient.
SUTHERLIN SUN TO QUIT
Newspaper Plant Is to Be Convert
ed Into Job Printing Shop.
ROSEBURG, Or., July 29. (Spe
cial.) The Sutherlin Sun, published
at Sutherlin, Or., for the last ten
years by Will J. Hayner, will be sus
pended August 31, the plant having
been purchased today by G. W. Youpg,
a real estate dealer of this city, who
will move the equipment here and
establish a Job printing office.
The retiring publisher is postmaster
I at Sutherlin.
NTERESTING and attractive vis
itors ana Driaes-eiect continue to
share social honors this week.
KM Ann Sh j n ri.i n MnnrnA waII.
Inown Oregon writer, will be hon-
rea toaay at an informal picnic
ll n o. h A o n which At iissi fnviv
Liompson will give at Hillsdale. Miss
rginia tirown, w no win De married
Vtinpr T I a n u n i nntnrrewMi nlvht haa
I en feted extensively this week.
list nignt rne especial nonor was a
I Mrs. Lafe Pence of Flint, Mich., Mrs.
tward Miller of Chicago and Mrs.
S. Cudlipp of. New Orleans are
ran visitors who nrA heino- inter
I.Mr, and Mrs. Frederick H. Page.
sa r retnees i M. ti aiiu men guoai,
Isa Virginia DefRicr ui iiiiuimitiii,
ve gone to the beach after a busy
iMrs. Lowell Ellsworth Kern (Jean
sper G. Stevens.
IMr. and Mrs. Carl Foster of Bridge-
Irt, Conn., who are giests of Mr.
Id Mrs. H. M. Esterly of Hillsdale,
111 leave on Saturday, continuing
Mr tour of the northwest.
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Squires have
inned to entertain at a dinner dance
hight at their home at King street
ll Park avenue.
Miss Louise Linthicuni is visiting in
Ixelund, Wash., the guest of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. X. Brown, who
been at Seavlew for several
leks, will return to Portland August
3. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown and son,
Thomas, will occupy the beach cottage
for the remainder of the season.
. Mrs. E. D. W. Cramer and Miss
Madge Cramer will leave Sunday for
Seaview where they will occupy their
cottage for the month of August.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ludlane enter
tained Wednesday evening at a din
ner party for Mrs. W F. Cudlipp of
New Orleans. Mrs. Lafe Pence, of
Flint, Mich., and Dr. and Mrs. Howard
Miller of Chicago.
Miss Marian Spoerl was honor guest
yesterday at a tea at which Miss
Beth Ludlane was hostess.
Mrs. W. D. Allen anA fIn;i. i
- ..v. "'"!, nave.
opened their summer hnmA a, i
for the season and have as guests Mrs.
. j-ucraon oi cnicago, and Mr
L. M. Graves of Seattle.
MiSS Louise Raker a Mln. T
... . - ' unaa ill.
Watkins returner! roor,tlu
short visit at Seaside.
Mrs. S. T. Lockwood of Pasadena
Is visiting her son and daughter-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. R p t i, . i ,
the summer. The interesting visitor
"",",LCU " om oirthday yester
day at a family .ut,...;
Lockwood of Pasadena accompanied
...o ...uiiicr on me trip here and he
also is visiting the S. P. Lockwoods.
should be chosen
in these days of
high priced sugar:
pleases, both for
flavor and its real
Contains Its Own Sugar
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5 We Give S. & H. lreen Trading Stamps With Purchases Amounting to 10c or More Filled Stamp Books Redeemed in Cash at S. & II. Office, 3d Floor
H Soda Fountain and Ice Cream Parlors in the Basement--Shoe Shining Parlors in Basement Carpets, Rugs and Draperies 3d Floor Furniture 4th Floor 1
tR,EUON AGRICULTURAL COL
? Corvallis, July 29. (Special.)
Health, physical efficiency and
beauty are the attributes of correct
posture, according to Miss Jessie H
Bancroft, president of the American
Posture league, and assistant direc
tor of physical training in the New
York city schools, who gave an ad
dress before summer students oh the
work of the league.
"The army of round-shouldered,
narrow-chested, slouchy school chil
dren is a disgrace to education." she
Slides were shown of types of fur
niture approved by the leaa-ue. and
also slides illustrating the effects of
improper clotning on children and
The girls of the Louise Home re
cently presented to Mrs. R. E. Bon
durant a handsome linen luncheon
set, nana embroidered. The - work
was a labor of love by the young
girls of the home. Mrs. Bondurant Is
a devoted worker for the home and
for all the . activities of the Pacific
Coast Rescue and Protective society.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE. Corvallis, July 29. (Special.)
Radical changes should be made in
j home economic courses of study In
J the opinion of Mrs. Henrietta W.
Calvin. formerly dean of home
35c Windsor Ties '25c
Main Floor Windsor Ties of all-silk
messaline suitable for outing- and street
wear. Large selection newest and best
colors in the assortment. Regu- Or .
lar 35c Ties on special sale today Jv
Ask for S. & H. Trading Stamps.
The Standard Store of the Northwest
Olds, Wortman & Kin
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
35c Ribbons 19c Yard
Main Floor A wonderful offering: in
high-grade Ribbons for today. Pink,
light blue, red, white and old rose
Moire Taffetas with white satin stripes.
Also fancy plaids. Regular 35c "1 Q
grades, priced special, the yard -J-iJC
Clearing the Stocks of Summer Merchandise 1
Special Lines Throughout the Store Greatly Reduced for Friday's Selling 1
$26.75 to $38.50 Sport Skirts
Special at $14.98
Second Floor A selected group of Women's Fancy Sport Skirts greatly re
duced. Baronette Satin, Fan-ta-eie, Tricolette, Paulette, Georgette, Kumsi
Kumsa and Faille Silks in all the season's most attractive colorings. Yoke
effects, plaited, embroidered, hemstitched and tucked effects, (PI A QQ
Skirts formerly priced $26.75 up to $38.50 priced at only tD-L'i.IO
Second Floor Choose any Wool
Jersey Sport Coat in our stack to
day at a special low price. Many
attractive styles with tuxedo or
shawl collars, belts, patch pockets,
etc. Rose, green, brown, purple
and other colors. Sale prices
$14.98, $19.98 up to $28.50
Second Floor Women's Sweaters
in plain or fancy weaves. Tuxedo
and hiking models with belts and
pockets. AU the leading colors
peacock, rose, salmon 1" Q OK
pink, etc Special at D-LOID
Second Floor Women's Bathing
Suits of cotton, wool, mercerized
cotton. Our stock embraces the
season's best styles at prices
ranging from $2.49 up to $12.50
-Cotton Khaki Coats $5 to $7.50
Khaki Breeches $3.50 to $5.00
Khaki Skirts $3.25 to $4.50
Khaki Skirts at $3.95 to $0.50
Khaki Leggings $1.75 to $2.50
Wool Khaki Coats $8.75 to $15
Wool BTeeches $6.95 to $10.95
Wool Khaki Shirts priced $6.75
Wool Khaki Skirts at $11.50
Wool Leggings at, a pair $2.75
Lee Feminalls $5.00 to $7.50
Second Floor Women's Outing
and Sport Suits of Corduroy in
taupe, golden brown and mode
shades. These may be had in suits
or in single garments coats,
breeches, skirts. Popular prices.
$1.00 to $1.50 Neckwear
Main Floor Organdie and Georgette Tab Col
lars Organdie Collars and Sets trimmed with
tucks and ruffles Georgette Collars, em
broidered and lace trimmed Ecru Lace and
Net Vests dozens of dainty styles to
select from: $1.00 to $1.50 grades at
Neckwear at 39c
Main Floor Lace Trimmed Organdie Collars
tucked, embroidered and ruffled Organdie
Collars Lace aiid Georgette Combinations
and Organdie Vests. Neckwear of QQ
regular 65c and 75c firrades. Snecial Oi7L
Shetland Drape Veils at 79c
Main Floor Special assortment of Drape Veils for street and sport wear of
fered at a big reduction for today. Novelty meshes with fancy woven borders.
Black, taupe, navy, brown and white. Also Drape Veils with fancy fJCkn
meshes and colored chenille dots. Values in this lot up to $1.95 now ' 51
Girls' Colored Smocks
j HALF PRICE j
Second Floor Here's good news for mothers who like to keep their daughters
dressed in cool, summery togs during the hot weather. Beginning this morn
ing our entire stock of Girls' Colored Smocks will go on sale at just half regular
prices. Great variety of pretty styles and materials to select from. Sizes 6 to 14.
Girls' $3.49 Colored
Smocks, priced special at
Girls' $3.75 C o lo r e d
Smocks, priced special at
Girls $3.85 Colored
Smocks, priced special at
Girls' $4.98 Colored
Smocks, priced special at
Girls' $5.75 Colored
Smocks, priced special at
Girls' $6.75 Colored
Smocks, priced special at
Little Mary Mix-Up Dresses
On Sale at Half Price
Second Floor Mary Mix-Up Frocks are, without doubt, the smartest dresses
to be had. Clever styles for little girls 4 to 10 years. Some are finished with
hand-embroidery. Shown in checks and plain colors. All ONE-HALF PRICE.
$7.25 Little Mary Mix- JQ ?Q $12.50 Little Mary Mix- Q(T
tDtJ.XJtJ Un Dresses, nricerl snecial WU.tF
Up Dresses, priced special
Up Dresses, priced special
Main Floor Buster Brown Shoes
for Boys and Youths. Smoked Elk
leather with washable tops. These
are made especially for outing and
school wear. Blucher cut', substan
tial soles. Youths' sizes ff
1 to 6. $6.50 grade, at Dl.UU
Boys' sizes, 11 to 2. C A
Regular $7.50 grade at 5.OU
Friday Sale of Clothing
All Suits 25 Off!
Unrestricted choice of any man's or young " ' t'" '" ! "J
man's Suit in the house at a reduction of 2occ. 'VVii;iieiij
j.ms inciuaes Diue serges as well as tne nov
elty weaves. Several of the best known makes
V r . i ,
iicic juur selection. lour opportunity: .Fi II
4l F- y-V -V l . Tfc m
3z;.uu uits 5.Vi
$75.00 Suits $56.25
All the newest 1920 models single or double-breasted
with or without belts. An espe
cially good showing of smart snappy styles
for young fellows of high school age.
All $25.00 Suits on sale today at $18.75
All $30.00 Suits on sale today at $22.50
All $35.00 Suits on sale today at $26.75
All $40.00 Suits on sale today at $30.00
All $45.00 Suits on sale today at $33.75
ah ou.uu auits on saie toaay at- Jfw$7.o 1
All $60.00 Suits on sale today at $45.00 ?
All $70.00 Suits on sale today at $52.50 ET"r
All $75.00 Suits on sale today at $50.25
All Straw Hats
The time has come to clear the shelves of
all Straw and Panama Hats, , therefore you
may take your pick at just half regular
marked prices. Lines are broken as to sizes
but all the best shapes are represented.
Any Straw or Panama Hat atNHalf Price.
Men's Outing Shirts, Khaki color, at $3.H)
Arrow make Khaki Shirts priced at $2.50
Men's Khaki Outing Hats at N5 to $1.50
Sport and Outing Caps at $2.50 to $5.00
Men's Bathing Suits $1.50 up to $8.00
Boys' Suits Special at $6.65
Dept. 1st Floor
Junior Suits for boys 6 to 10 years and Nor-
folks in sizes 15, 16 and 17 only. Because of
broken sizes these suits will be closed out at
a special low price. Dark mixtures (P? p
and a few corduroys. Priced special 0vJ.VeJ
Main Floor These are from lines selling here
tofore at considerably higher prices. Latest
Norfolk models with loose belts. Made up
in tweed and novelty mixtures. ?Q
Sizes from 6 to 18. Priced special 5.OD
Odd Lines Boys' Hats
Main Floor Straw Hats and Cloth Hats in
good styles for beach and outing wear, 09
Sport Blouses with long or short
Madras, chambray. and C1 rf
sleeves. Madras, chambrav. an
other materials. $1.75 grade; speci
Sport Hats Special at $3.50
Women's and Misses' Banded Hats and Sport
Sailors in a sensational one-day sale in the
Basement Store. Black, white and navy. We
also include a number of other good styles
side, rolls, droops, etc. A. splendid oppor
tunity to buy a smart hat for street J PA
or beach wear. Priced special at OO.tlvr
Basement Many beautiful models in this of
fering. Becoming styles to wear with summer
frocks. Various colors in the assort- QA QQ
ment. Priced special in Basement Jx.f O
A trifle over
51c pound if
you buy a
pound can a
s u b s t a n tial
s a v i ng. De
fee is vacuum
packed in air
tight tins so
that it is al
ways fresh.. If
you have never
used Depe n d-
anie, nere is a
good opportunity to be- fTfT
gin. Special, 3-lb. cans 51.UO
economics at the college and now
specialist in home economics, bureau
of education, Washington, D. C.
"The work of each year should
contain those 'things which will be
of the most possible value to the
trirl." said Mrs. Calvin. "If her
schooling should be cut short she
would then have adequate knowledge
for her agre."
Saturday afternoon the nurses'
alumnae of the Emanuel hospital mo
tored to Silverton and met with the
president; Miss Delia Lofgrren, super
intendent of the Silverton hospital.
A luncheon was served on the lawn. strom, Alice Swanman. Klla Boe,
The table was tastefully decorated Anna Peterson, Martha Nordlinsr,
with the alumnae colors. A pleasant
afternoon was spent.
Those present were: Misses Delia
Lofffren, Nannie Munson, Sally Kk-
is a real food tonic
builds new tissue and
o o o o o
Girls! Delightful Hew
Containing True Buttermilk
Must Make You Look Younger
or Money Back
Your complexion from the use of this
old-fashioned beauty recipe brought up to
date, must quickly show a decided im
provement or your dealer is authorized tc
return yout money. Be sure you get
Howard's Buttermilk Cream
Al the Owl Drug Comptnr,
Use Antiseptic Liquid Zemo
There is one remedy that seldom
fails to stop itching torture and relieve
skin irritation and tnat makes tne skin
soft, clear and healthy
Any druggist can supply you with
Zemo, which generally overcomes skin
diseases. Eczema, itch, pimples, rashes,
blackheads, in most -cases give way
to Zemo. Frequently, minor blemishes
disappear overnight- Itching usually
stops instantly. Zemo is a saie, anti
septic liquid, clean, 'easy to use and
dependable. It costs only 35c; an extra
large bottle, $1.00. It will not stain, is
not greasy or sticky and is positively
safe for tender, sensitive skins.
The E. W.Rose Co-Cleveland. CX.
and Klla Jluhr.
To Keep Skin Fresh and
Fine These Heated Days
It would be much better for the s-kin
if little cream, powder or rouge were uaed
during the heated term. Mixed with per
apiratlon, dust and ffrrme. these things are
anything but beauti Tying. Ordinary mer
cotized wax will do more for the com
plexion, and without giving an oily,
streaked, spotted or paaty appearance. It
In the ideal application for the season, as
It not only keeps the pores clean, but
datly remove particles of ecarf skin which
have been soiled by dirt or weather. By
constantly keeping the complexion clear,
white, satiny, it does more towards per
petuating a youthful countenance than any
of the arts or artifices commonly em
ployed, one ounce of mercolized wax. ob
tainable at any drugstore, win completely
renovate the worst complexion. It is ap
plied at night like cold cream and wshed
off In the momln.g. There's nothing better,
lor tanned, Ireukled reddened skins.
tells the truth
One taste of Golden Age will tell you the truth
about Macaroni. You'll know the taste of high
priced wheat. You will delight in the firm, yellow
goodness of Golden Age with its 5 big helpings in
each 10c package. And Golden Age cooks quickly
because its walls are thin. Ask your grocer today.
Americanized f ,