Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, February 05, 1921, Page 13, Image 13

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TTTE MORNING OREGONTAN, SATURDAY, FEBRT7ART 5, 1921 "
is We Give S. & H. Trading Stamps With Purchases Amounting to 10c or More Stamps Given on Charge Accounts if Paid in Full by the Tenth of Each Month
32 CARS REPORTED STOLEX IX j
J AX CAR Y ARE FOOD. E
Auto Theft Department Arrests 68 6
Prisoners Who Get Total or '
6379 Days in Jail.
All automobiles stolen in the city
of Portland during January were re- j
covered during the same month and.
in addition, eight macmnes stolen
last year or in outside cities were
recovered, according to the monthly
report of Lieutenant H. A. Thatcher,
in charge of the auto theft depart
ment. Through a system of cross-checking
recently installed in the depart
ment, an automobile stolen in Spo
kane. Wash, last year was located
at Monmouth. A truck stolen in Se
attle. Wash., almost a year ago was
found through, a check of local ga
rages. In addition, members of the
auto theft department traced down
the three boys who escaped in April,
1319. after wrecking the William
Cornfoot automobile and injuring
Miss Elizabeth Cornfoot. '
Thirty-two automobiles were re
ported stolen in January. All were
recovered. In addition, two auto
mobiles stolen in September, 1920,
one stolen in October, two stolen out
side the state and one embezzled auto
were recovered in the course of the
month.
Comparison with January, 1920,
shows that 73 automobiles were stol
en in Portland in that month and ti
recovered.
Arrests made by men of the auto
theft department, including those
made by the "shotgun" squad under
Lieutenant Thatcher, totaled 686.
fines amounting to -L'5.50 and a
total of 6379 days in jail were meted
out as penalties in municipal court.
POWER PROJECT LAUNCHED
Federal Aid Will Be Enlisted for
, Hydro-Electric Plant.
PENDLETON, Or, Feb. 4. (Spe
cial.) Federal aid for developing
hydro-electric power at Umatilla rap
ids. In the Columbia, and passage of
the Joseph hydro-electric commission
bill by the Oregon legislature will
be sought here Saturday in a meeting
or government and reclamation en
gineers, representatives of the North
ern Pacific. Spokane, Portland & Se
attle, Oregon-Washington Railway &
Navigation and Milwaukee railroads,
the uays and means committee of the
state legislature and 200 x business
men of eastern Oregon.
John 11. Lewis, formerly state en
gineer, and Robert N. Stanfield,
United Stales senator-elect, will be
an.ong the principal speakers.
The project proposes the develop
ment of 1-0,000 horse-power from the
river and the irrigation of 683.000
acres in the John lay project, Ore
son, and the liorse Heaven project,
Washington. A large sum of local
money already has been pledged, and
cc-operation of the railroads and the
government is sought.
ELKS MAY J3UY BUILDING
Lincoln Hotel Offered to Lodge for
120,000, With $20,000 Cash.
The Portland lodge of Elks is
negotiating for the purchase of the
Lincoln hotel, northeast corncV of
Eleventh and Morrison streets, now
owned by Shemanski Bros., accord
ing to announcement made yesterday.
The hotel was offered to the lodge for
$120,009. the conditions being that
$20,000 be paid down Immediately and
the balance in ten years. '
This proposition was put up to the
lodge at a meeting Thursday night.
The lodge voted to make the pur
chase provided that certain arrange
ments could be made in the contract
providing for a trade of other prop
erty. It was announced that Sheman
ski Bros, would decide whether or not
they would accept the conditions Mon
day. The property is adjoining the site
ot the proposed new Elks' temple. The
purchase is in the hands of the board
of trustees of the lodge, consisting
of J. P. Finley, chairman; J. B.. Hib
bard and W. R. McDonald
Students Teach in High School.
. UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu
gene, Feb. 4. (Special.) Students In
the school of education are given the
opportunity to do practical work, and
It majors Just began teaching in the
L'riversily high school and the Spring
field high school. There are also
others teaching in the Eugene high
school. Those teaching are: Alice
Lighter. Portland: Marian Tuttle. Ta
coma. Wash.; Harold King, Grants
Pass; Irene Whitfield, Portland; Jean
MacKenzie. Salem; Mildred Apperson;
McMtnnville; Alice Evans. Portland;
natnerine Morse, Portland; Virginia
lomiiaon. Albany; Eva Hutchinson,
Portland; Clara Corrigan, McMinn-
ville; (Jlyde Schuedel, Oregon City,
and Mildred Perry, Portland.
Prisoner Held to Grand Jury.
MED FORD, Or, Feb. 4. (Special.)
Arnold R. Carol, who was arrested
at Napa, Cal, on a charge of passing
a worthless check on the Medio d
Auto company In exchange for a
machine he had purchased from them,
has been bound over to the grand
Jury. He waived preliminary exam
ination, and his bail was fixed at
11000, which he was unable to fur
nish. The check Carol Is alleged to
have passed was for $1800 and was
drawn on the Ladd Tilton bank of
Portland. Carol said his home was
in Virginia, and that he expected his
relatives there to come to his aid.
Philomath Elocution Honors Won.
CORVALLIS. Or, Feb. 4. (Soecial.1
Edward Griffith won first place In
the Philomath elocution contest last
night. His subject was "America's
Mission." Other contestants were
Milo Goss. Wick Mitchell, Malcolm
Epley, Frances Merrick. Harold Gar
ver, . Josephine Uarra and Ralph
Harvey. The Judges were Rev. A. p.
Layton. Professor E. D. Ressler and
ti. R. Koore.
New Sprin
Fashions
Come to the Garment Store and
feast your eyes on the exquisite
new creations we have assembled.
Every new and favored mode of
the moment is represented and
every express adds to the splen
did collection. Saturday is a good
time to view the new 6tyles-
New Spring
Suits
Second Floor Embodying all the
underlying virtues of the latest
thoughts of fashion designers
these Suits are worthy of your in
spection. Suits of Poiret Twill,
Covert and Wool Velour in plain
navy, brown, tan; also checks and
stripes. Priced $28.50 to $150
New Spring
Dresses
Beautiful Frocks of Canton Crepe,
Taffeta, Satin, Poiret Twill and Trice
tine, Plaited, frilled, ruffled and novelty
styles. Prices range $28.30 to $87.50
New Spring
Waists
Georgette Crepe, Net and Crepe de Chine Waists in
many charming styles to wear with new Spring Suits.
All the latest shades. Priced from $5.50 to $20.00
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PORTLAND
AGENCY FOR
GOSSARD
BIEN JOLIE,
LA CAMILLE
AND NEMO
CORSETS.
DEPT. ON
2D FLOOR.
The Standard Store of the Northwest
01ds,Wortmaii6?King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
PORTLAND
AGENCY FOR
DETROIT
JEWEL STOVES
AND RANGES.
SOLD ON
EASY PAY
TLAN IF
DESIRED.
EBRUARY
ALL ODD LOTS AND BROKEN LINES AT GREAT REDUCTIONS 1
Creme Oil Soap, 75c Dozen
-Drug Department, Mam Floor
Pebeco Tooth Paste, a tube 360
Squibb's Talcum Powder at 200
Listerine, 230, 450 and 850
Lavoris, priced 220, 430, 790.
Baume Analgesique, priced at, 700
Packers' Tar Soap, the cake 200
Resinol Soap, priced special 200
Jergen's Lotion, the bottle at 370
Creme Oil Soap is made from olive
oil and other pure ingredients. Un
surpassed for toilet and bath. We
reserve the right to limit H!Z(
quantities. Special, 12 cakes I til
All Djer Kiss and Peer's Toilet
Requisites now at reduced prices.
Hind's H. & A. Cream, 300, 790
Misses' Winter Coats
$12.95, $19.98, $29.98
Second Floor Three special groups of Misses'
and Girls' high-grade Winter Coats priced for
immediate clearaway. Splendid serviceable
Coats for utility wear in this season's best
styles. Silvertone, Melton, Velour, Corduroy,
Cheviot and Leatherette materials. Mostly
in' novelty belted effects. Colors include tan,
Pekin, brown and blue.
SIZES AND QUANTITY
AS PER CHART BELOW.
SIZES
IQUANTITY
7 810il2il4;i5;i617
1 1 312 3 3 7 41
Misses' Dresses $19.98
Serge, Taffeta, Velvet and Satin Daesses in
many dainty becoming styles for girls 8 to
13 years. Straight line, blouse, plaited and
box models. Excellent showing J1 Q QQ
desirable colors. Values to $39.50. )U,UO
Sweaters $3.98
Second Floor Misses' Sweaters in coat, slip
on and middy styles. With or without belts.
Rose, copen, red, blue, pink, tan. CO QQ
Sizes 34 and 36. Priced special at Ot).0
Middies $2.49
Girls' and Misses' Middy Blouses , of White
Galatea with blue serge collars and cuffs.
Trimmed with braid. Full range fl?0 AQ
of sizes. Priced very special at J.Tte7
Girls' Wool Middies $3.98 and $4.98
Valentines
Valentine Greeting Cards, Comic Cutouts, etc., in a
large assortment at prices ranging from lc to $1.00.
Also Valentine materials at 40c per box. Main Floor.
Valentine Luncheon Sets, 'Table Covers, Napkins,
Festoons, Streamers, Hats, Favors, Seals, Decorated
Crepe, Cut-outs, Place Cards, etc., at the Dennison
Booth on Second Floor.
Make Your Selections Now While
Assortments Are at Their Best.
Women's
Silk Hosiery
$1.65
Bargain Circle, 1st Floor Women's
full-fashioned Silk Hose with lisle
reinforced heels, soles, toes and
lisle garter welt. Black (jj"t ff?
and colors; ?2.50 grade at D1.0U
BURSON HOSE in regular and
outsizes. Black, white and bal
briggan. Formerly 75c to ftOr
85c. Priced special a pair tlll
CandyDay
Main Floor
Fancy French Mixed
Candy; specftl per pound "Ol
OWK Satin finish Ofjp
Mixed Candy, per pound t)lC
Fresh Salted Peanuts; 1 C
priced special, per pound A til
Commercial Chocolates. OQ
Priced special per pound "Ot
Valentine Candies
Fancy boxed chocolates and Bon
Bons make ideal gifts for Valentine
Day. Popular prices, Jjil.oO, $7.50
New Spring
Millinery
Let this announcement be a cor
dial invitation to you to come and
view our brilliant assemblage of
millinery modes. Here are the very
newest creations of American and
foreign style artists. Spring Hats
range in price $10.00 to $50.00
Millinery Department
Second Floor
Women's Coats
At Half-Price
A final clearaway of all Winter Coats at just half price to make room for
spring arrivals. The woman who has an eye for value and is in need of a
good coat will find here a wonderful opportunity to buy a high-class gar
ment. In the sale there are Coats of Taffeta Silk, Panne Velvet, Brocaded
Satin, Duvetyn, Wool Velour, Plush, Fur, Bolivia and Homespun. Styles
for all occasions. An especially good showing of the more dressy models.
Coats selling from $25.00 to $425.00 on sale Saturday $12.50 to $212.50
Women's I Women's
Crepe Waists
Silk Petticoats
$5.00
Center Circle, 1st Floor Silk Taf
feta and Jersey Petticoats in a large
selection of desirable colors. Plaited,
tucked and gathered styles. We
also include in this lot a number of
Women's Silk Jersey Pettibockers.
Don't fail to see these (PfT ff
wonderful values. Special Jtrvv
$4.49
Center Circle, 1st Floor Waist of
Georgette Crepe trimmed with bead
ing, embroidery, tucks and laces.
Many beautiful styles. Also Crepe
de Chine Waists In tailored styles.
Waists in this lot formerly selling
up to $7.50. On special AM JO
sale Saturday at only DeiV
Men's
$12 Shoes
$8.95
Main Floor Men's Shoes of black
calfskin. Blucher'cut with genuine
Goodyear welt soles. Modified
swing last. A sensible, serviceable
shoe for winter wear. Widths
B, C, D, sizes 6 to 11. (PQ QJT
Regular $12 Shoes; pair DO.3
Men's $12
Foot Form Shoes
$8.95
Main Floor Blucher cut, vici kid
uppers and Neolin soles, Goodyear
welted. Rubber heels. Comfort
able and contain a full term of
service. Widths A, B, C, sizes 6
to 11. Regular $12.00 0 AT
Shoes. Specially priced 30.5t)
Sale of Men's Clothing
All Suits and Overcoats
At Reduced Prices
Main Floor Step into the Men's Store and select any
Suit or Overcoat you may desire and save a full third.
Not undesirable clothing, but the pick of our high
grade stock! Don't overlook this great opportunity!
MEN'S SUITS
$35 Grades at $23.25
$45 Grades at $29.75
$55 Grades at $30.50
.$65 Grades at $43.25
$75 Grades at $49.75
OVERCOATS
$40 Grades at $20.50
$45 Grades at $29.75
$55 Grades at $30.50
$75 Grades at $49.75
$85 Grades at $50.50
mm
Men's Underwear
, Yi Price
Vassar medium and light weight cotton Union Suits
offered at one-half former selling prices. Short and
Jong sleeves. Ankle length. Full assortment of sizes.
Men's $2.50 Union Suits Specially priced at $1.25
Men's $3.50 Union Suits Specially priced at $1.75
Men's $4.50 Union Suits Specially priced at $2.25
Men's $5.00 Union Suits Specially priced at $2.50
Men's $6.50 Union Suits Specially priced at $3.25
Men's $8.50 Union Suits Specially priced at $.25
Men's 75c Weston Hose, special 6 pairs for $2.25
,11
Model Grocery 4th Floor
Laurelhurst Oregon Chinook OQ
Salmon; priced special, tails
Paris brand fancy Maine OQ
Sweet Corn; $2.35 doz., per can vt
Preferred Stock or Del Monte JQ
sliced Pineapple; No. 2 cans
Preferred Stock Tomato Cat- OQf
sup on sale Saturday, a bottle Jr
Headquarters for Delicatessen Goods
Set of 3 Aluminum Pans
$1.29
Basement Aluminum Sauce Pans, as il
lustrated; 1, 1 and 2-quart sizes. Only a limited
number of these sets, therefore only one set. OQ
to a customer. Priced special, set 3 pans iD-I-eaWa
Many other Aluminum Cooking Utensils at special
prices Kettles, Percolators, Double Boilers, etc.
$18 to $25
ovs' Suits
$12.39
Main Floor The biggest sale of Boys' Suits
we have announced for some time, and they
are selling out rapidly, so don't delay. Nor
folk styles. Made 'up in novelty mixtures in
good colors. Broken sizes 7 to C" O OQ
17. Some have 2 pairs of pants. Di-07
Junior Suits
$4.65
Smart Suits for little fellows 4 to 10 years
of as-e. Russian and Norfolk models with
straight pants. Good grade ma
terial. Specially priced at only
S4.65
New Veilings for Spring
Just Received!
Direct from France come these
beautiful new Veilings the smartest
creations of the spring season. Fancy
meshes and with chenille dots. Black
brown, navy, new blue. Prices
range from DOc to $1.25 per yard.
Shetland Veils
Special at 49c
Black, brown, navy and taupe IQ
with fancy woven border. Each
New Slip-On Veils, in great variety
of styles and all the new colorings.
New Trimmings and Laces
Main Floor We have just opened up
a large shipment of beautiful new
Dress Flouncings. Collar Laces,
Bands and Trimming Novelties. New
blue, coche, De Roche, black, brown
and navy. Prices $1 to $11.50 yard.
New Dress Flouncings of Net and
Organdie. New styles for Spring
and Summer Dresses just received.
New Angora Trimming, 12 inches
wide at $2.95 a yard. White and
colors. Very stylish for trimming.
Camp at Knappa Operates.
ASTORIA. Or, Feb. 4. (Special.)
The Big Creek Logging company's
ramp near Knappa is operating one
lde and that Is about the, only camp
in the lower Columbia river district
which is getting out logs. Most of
tin other camps have a few men at
work, overhauling machinery, build
lng roads and making preparations to
begin cutting aboutt the first of the
n.onta.
t
Clatsop County Agent Named.
ASTORIA. Or, Feb. (Special.)
The executive committee of the Clat
sop county farm bureau at Its meet
ing this afternoon appointed K. W.
McMindes of the state agricultural
college extension department as
county agricultural agent to fill the
vacancy caused by the resignation of
II. J. Iiechner. He will enter upon
his duties on February 15.
Thone your want ads to The Ore
goaiaa. Alain 7070. Automatic SJQ-9S.
I Basement Sale of Women's Plush Coats ivaVTs Special $19.95 g
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FILIPINO BOMB SUSPECT
TWO DAYS' SEARCH MADE FOB
ABERDEEX PIOTTERS.
Rewards for Apprehension of Le
gion Bomber Total $5600; Ac
complice Theory Given.
ABEKDEBN, Wash.. Feb. 4. (Spe
cial.) Illpolita Arciago, 27 years old,
a Filipino, who has been in Aber
deen but a few days, is the only sus
pect now held by the police after a
two-days search for the man who at
tempted to bomb the American Legion
building earlv Wednesday evening.
Arciago asserts he came here from
Kansas City, where he had been going
to school.
Two other men are Meld as a result
of the plot investigation, but they
are not believed to have been impli
cated. . They axe suspected of having
tried to blow the Grayi ilarbor Com
mercial company's safe early Wednes
day morning.
Rewards offered for the apprehen
sion of the bomber now total $5600.
Of this amount $5000 was pledged in
15 minutes by harbor business men
at a meeting last night. The Aberdeen
legion post offered 1100 Wednesday
night and the remaining $500 la of
fered by Governor Hart.
Police are considering a theory
that the bomber had accomplices, foi
lowing reports that suspicious char
acters were seen watching the police
station and hiding behind the tele
phone building, a block away, at the
tune of the attempted bombing
Highway to Be Connected.
HOOD RIVER. Or.. Feb. 4 (Spe-
olal.) A at earn shove crew Is com
pleting a new grade, connecting the
old road on the south bank of the
White Salmon river and a new steel
bridge across the stream and linking
up the Skamania and Klickitat county
portions of the north bank highway.
The work has been under way. for
more than three months. A heavy
blast, discharged to remove a rocky
point of the canyon, caused a heavy
vibration of local residences early
yesterday morning. .
WASHIXGTOX 'EX-SENATOR IS
MEATIOXED FOR CABINET.
Portfolio of Secretary or Interior
Being Considered, Intima
tions Are Admitted.
SEATTLE, Wash,, Feb. 4. (Spe
cial.) W. H. Paulhamus, ex-state sen
ator, la being prominently mentioned
for the portfolio of secretary of the
Interior in President-elect Harding's
cabinet, accoralng to dispatches from
Washington. i
No formal offer has been made, but
Mr. Paulhamus admitted that he
bad received intimations that the ap
pointment was being considered.
"I have not sought the office and I
will not seek it," he explained.
"Therefore, I have given little con
sideration to the matter. I realise.
however, that in matters of this sort
It is necessary to subordinate one's
personal interest to the public good,
so I cannot deal lightly with it."
Friends of Senator Paulhamus
point out that he is not a politician
and is therefore ideally fitted for
political preferment. He is, first and
last, a business man and the last ad
ministration has focused public at
tention on the sore need for such men
in the government,
Mr. Paulhamus' only excursion into
politics was his election to state sen
ator. He went to the senate to get
Justice from the railroads to get the
necessary service and concessions to
make profitable development of agri
culture possible.
Adamless Dance to Be Given.
UNIVERSITT OF OREGOX, Eu
gene, Feb. 4. (Special.) A dance
without men la to be given by the
women's league, and it Is reported
fuat the West Point system of danc
ing will be adhered to by the women.
The affair will be held in the after
noon and the purpose is to get the
ivomen acquainted. The dance will
bt. carried out Just as If men were
to be present, with regular pro
grammes, and favors will be sold dur
ing the afternoon. , i
OUTING HELD IN SNOW
1 s
Portland Snowshoe Club Party En.
ters National Forest.
HOOD RrVER, Or, Feb. 4, (Spe
cial.) Hiking the last lap of .their
annual journey to a mile-high club
house near Cloud Cap inn, members of
the Portland Snowshoe club entered
the national forest today in a heavy
snow storm. Telephone lines were
down and the men will be cut off
from communication until next Tues
day, when they plan to reach here,
en route home. The party journeyed
to Parkdale by rail Sleighs were
taken to the upper valley home of J.
K. Candee, where the recreationists
had lunch.
In the party were J. Wesley Ladd,
Rodney L. Glisan, R. H. Noyee, Dr.
Millard Holbrpok, Chester V. Mur
phy, D. T. Honeyman, A. Hampson,
C. E. Greble, Dr. H. S. Nichols and
Horace Mecklem.
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Spanish War Veterans Gnests.
ABERDEEN, Wash, Feb. 4. (Spe
cial.) Two men, both residents of
Grays Harbor county and supposed
to be the sole survivors or an upris
ing of bolo men on the Island of
Sumar, Philippines, were guests of
honor at the Santa Ana day banquet
of the John D. Roberts poBt. Spanish
American War Veterans, which was
held at Knights of Pythias hall to
n!ght. The men are A. B. Kellar of
Hoquiam and George Markley of
Ejma. Each of the men believed the
other dead until a short time ago.
when they met here. A complete
story of the massacre was given by
the men. More than 100 regular army
met death at the time.
23 Enlist at Eugene.
EUGENE, Or.. Feb. 4. (Special.)
The Eugene office of the army re
cruiting service elands first in point
cf enlistments In the Portland dis
trict for the past month, according to
the men In charge of the office. They
have sent 23 men out for service.
Aberdeen, Wash, is second with 17
enlistments.
ras 23.48 Inches in the same month,
1914.
Harbor ICain 18.11 Inches.
ABERDEE.V, Wash.. Feb. ' 4. (Spe
cial.) The month of January on
Grays harbor was very wet, but
failed to break rainfall records, H. D.
Carter, weather observer, said last
night In January this year 18.14
inches of rain fell, while the record
COLDS
Are Dangerous
Doctors agree that many serious
diseases result from colds. No
need to take chances when quick,
sure and safe relief follows the
use of Munyon's Cold Remedy.
Prepared to relieve colds in the head,
throat and lungs, check fever and nasal
discharges, and ease the pains caused by
colds, grippe and bronchitis. Don't fool
with a cold. Let Munyon's Cold Remedy
drive it away. At all druggists.
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