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OREGON IS LAUDED
Climax of Week's Social Ac
tivities Is Reception for,
nounced, because of the Austro-Ger
man occupation of the Serbian bank of
Russian men-of-war which fled into
the Roumanian harbor of Gruia, al
ready have been disarmed and the
crews, numbering 860. interned at
GOVERNOR ALSO HONORED
Brilliantly Gowned Women in Re
ceiving Line and Visitors Linger
Over Farewells Showing Dis
position to Stay On.
BY ANN'17 SHANNON MONROE.
OREGON BUILDING, Panama-Pacific
Jnternational Exposition, San Francisco,
Nov. 2. Oregon's social activities hon
oring Governor and Mrs. Withycombe,
an important part of the Oregon week
celebration at -the exposition, have
called out more than the usual amount
of favorable comment from distingu
ished visitors from Oregon and abroad.
"The most beautiful and interesting
Mate affairs In the history of the ex
position" so said Supreme Judge
.Angeiottt and so would echo, I believe,
almost every one in a position to know.
That final test of every function
"did they enjoy themselves" can be
answered, in a ringing affirmative:
-I hey positively did enjoy themselves,
evidenced by the token of happy
groups, delayed departings and "I've
Jiad such a good time!" repeated so
often and with such emphasis as to
leave no doubt.
The reception for Mrs. Withycombe
Monday afternoon brought together so
inany fortlanaers that the atmosphere
was that of a very intimate affair
among long-time friends and yet there
were a large number of exposition
state and foreign officials. Armv and
Navy people and San Franciscans, all of
whom mixed so gaily and hospitably
with our home folks as to make the
Bffair charmingly cosmopolitan.
Mrs. Gray Heads Line.
In the receiving line were: Mrs.
Charles A. Gray, official hostess in a
beautiful gown of amethyst velvet and
chiffon trimmed in seal fur and a black
velvet picture hat; Mrs. Withycombe,
in an exquisite black lace gown and
black picture hat; Mrs. John F. Logan
in pale blue silk and black hat; Mrs.
Ilawley In a blue messaline. and Mrs.
A. C. Spencer in black velvet. Miss
Mabel Withycombe, looking extremely
handsome in a gown of black velvet
and Chilton and a large picture hat. as
Mated at the tea table, where Mrs. Eili
cott nd Mrs. Claude Gatch poured. A
three-piece orchestra furnished music.
Many men honored the occasion with
tneir attendance, including Governor
withycombe, the Oregon Commissioner,
II. A. Van Coenen Torchiana. consul
general of The Netherlands; H. L. Pit
tock and several officers of the Army
31 an j- Visitors Attend.
Among others called during the after
noon were: Mrs. Rolph. Mrs. Phoebe
A. Hearst, Countess Salazaar, Madame
Torchiana. of The Netherlands; Mrs.
Kleanor Martin. Mrs. W. H. Ridenbaugh,
of Idaho; Mrs. Charles Sydnor William
son and Mrs. Frank Emery Waterman,
of West Virginia; Mrs. William Hall
i-ievert. and Miss Annette Ide Barnett,
of Pennsylvania; Mrs. Putnam Griswold
of California: Mrs. Florence Ruth Cleve
land. Mrs. William Thomas Sesnan and
Mrs. Charles Cadwell Moore, of San
Krancisco; Mrs. Howard Montgomery
Boys, Mrs. Madison Ralph Jones. Miss
Sara Klizabeth Rankin and Mrs. Philip
1'.. Bowles, of Oakland; Mrs. J. August
Czizek, Miss Alice Chancellor Davis of
Virginia; Mrs. Gilbert McClurg, of San
Francisco; Mrs. Jewett William Adams,
of Nevada; Mrs. Dawson, Bradshaw.
Miss Knid E. Fricke, Mrs. Abraham
Lincoln Brown. Mrs. S. W. Church. Mrs.
Agustus F. Fairbanks, Mrs. Isaac Van
I'sne;- Colonel and Mrs. Stephen Miller
Foote, of Fort Winlield Scott, of the
woman's board. in addition to Mrs.
Hearst, Mrs. Frederick G. Sanborn. Mrs
Charles William Slack, Mrs. I. Lowen
berg and Mrs. Ernest Sylvester Simp
con. Among the Portlanders were: Mrs.
T. P. Thompson, Miss Thompson. Mr!
pnd Mrs. H. K Pittock, Mrs. Emory
Mrs. Hibbard. the Misses Failing. Mrs!
Charles Moores, Mrs. . Church, Miss
Jacobs and Mrs. Julius Meier.
The dinner honoring Governor and
Mrs. Withycombe, given by the woman's
board in the California banquet hall
followed at 7 o'clock, with places laid
lor 100 and after that the reception and
ball tendered our guests by the ex
NET INCOME $18,819,040
Northern Pacific Itoad Iicports for
Venr on Returns and lOspenses.
SALEM. Or.. Nov. 6. (Special. The
annual report of tho Northern Pacific
Railroad Company for the vear end
ing June 30. 391.1. was filed t'odav with
the Oregon Public Service Commission.
The net income for the 12 months
period covered in the report was 18 -.819.010.
which is 1,073,1SS less than for
the year before.
Gross income is given at $32.0:7.673
being $609,208 less than the preceding
13 months. Railroad operating reve
nues for the year totaled 583.171.652,
while expenses for railroad operations
amounted to $37,108,048. The net reve
nue from railroad operations was 26 -063.603.
or $1,303,514 less than the year
ROBNETT PETITION OUT
Albany Commercial Club President
Wanted for Councilman.
A LB A NT. Or., Nov. 6. (Special.) A
petition nominating Dr. J. H. Robnett
president of the Albany Commercial'
Club, for Councilman in the First Ward
in Albany's city election a month from
today was tiled yesterday. This is the
only petition for that position.
Other petitions which have been filed
thus far are those of L. M. Curl, for
Mayor; J. S. Van "Winkle and L. G.
Lewelling. for City Recorder, and H. B.
Cusick. for Treasurer. These are all
independent candidates. The Socialists
have filed petitions for a complete city
RUSSIAN SHIPS DISARMED
TSotiniania Takes Vessels Laden With
Munitions Into Port.
lONDON, Nov. 6. Roumanian au
thorities have taken the necessary
steps to bring into Roumanian harbors
and disarm vessels flying the Russian
flag which are loaded with arms and
ammunition for Serbia, says a semi
official statement issued at Bucharest
and received here by wireless from
This action has been taken, it is an-
OUTSIDE SPEAKERS TO AID
Class In Argumentation and Debat
ing to Get Assistance.
During the absence of President Fos
ter, the Reed College class in argu
mentation and debating will be assist
ed in gathering data for their debate
'5tn th University of Washington on
"National Preparedness" by conferences
with outside speakers.
James B. Bullitt, secretary of the
Navy League, will speak at the confer
ence held tomorrow evening, and Dr.
M. P. Cushing will preside. On Novem
ber 15 William D. Wheelwright, of the
league to amorce Peace, will be the
speaker, and Dr. W. F. Ogburn the
chairman. W. H. Galvini, secretary of
me Oregon feace Society, will speak
on November 22, and K. S. Latourette
win presioe. At the last conference be
fore Dr. tester's return, November 29.
Dr- H- B. Torrey, professor of biology
& w in oe me speaker.
SCHOOL TANGLE BIG
Agreement on Union Institu
tion Is Sought.
ASTORIA MEETING CALLED
WINTER WORK IS PLANNED
Steam Shovels Assembled at Seward
for Alaska Railroad.
SEWARD. Alaska. Nov. S Lieuten
ant Mears. of the Alaska Engineering
Commission, has arrived from Ship
Creek for consultation with Commis
sioner r.aes octore the latter's depart
ure tor Washington. Commissioner
Riggs has already left for the Cap-
The horses used at Anchorage dur
ing the Summer and Autumn have been
shipped by steamer to Kachemak Bay
for the Winter. Steam shovels are be
ing brought here for Winter work.
Slush ice is running in Cook Inlet,
making the handling of barges difficult.
HIGHWAY WORK PROPOSED
Commission to Be Asked to Assist
and Districts Promise Tax.
ASTORIA. Or., Nov. 6. (Special.) A
conference of delegates from John Day.
Svenson and Knappa districts was held
today with the members of the County
Court to discuss matters relative -to
rocking the portion of the Columbia
Highway between here and Svenson.
While no definite action could he
taken, the consensus of onininn ap
peared to be that the monev which the
districts can raise will not be sufficient
to improve the road, but if the State
Highway Commission will appropriate
liberal sum for this work the dis
tricts will levy the limit allowed under
2 OF, CREW LOST IN STORM
Only Captain of Yakut at Rescued
"When Trio Is Swept Overboard.
JUNEAU. Alaska, Nov. 6. The fish
ing schooner Yakutat encountered a.
violent storm last Wednesday off Yak
utat. A mighty wave swept the dories
loose. Captain Ole BJerke. Martin
Sommerset and Alfred Storholm sought
to fasten the dories and were carried
The captain seized a buov kev nnH
kept afloat untii picked up. The other
two men were apparently injured when
thrown into the water, for they made
no effort to seize dories washed near
them. The lost fishermen were resi
dents of Seattle.
Exposition Will Close on Time.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 6. In re.
spouse to rumors that the Panama-Pacific
Exposition was to continue after
December 4, the official closing date
President C. C. Moore made a definite
announcement today that the Exposi
tion would not remain open after that
Jlev. Sylvantis Stall Is Dead.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 6. Rev. Svl-
vanus Stall, editor of the Lutheran Ob
server, and the author of several books,
died in Atlantic City today. He had
gone to the seashore in an effort to
regain his health. Death was t t
Trouble Between Five Districts in
Clatsop County, Resulting in
Benefit of Bonds Going Else
where, May Be ' Settled.
SEASIDE. Or., Nov. 6. (Special.)
Following a meeting here today of
business men from the five districts
affected, a second meeting has been
called for Astoria. Tuesday, when an
effort will be made to provide a solu
tion for the amazing muddle in which
the Union High School of Southwest
ern Clatsop County finds itself.
If this meeting is not successful five
districts will have donated $18,000
cash for. Astoria's schools without re
ceiving any return consideration and
$2100 a year interest will be paid on
bonds for a high school here, which
will never be built.
Involved In the muddle are an illegal
election at Cannon Beach, as the result
of which a Multnomah County Judge
granted an injunction against the
Boundary Board of the district count
ing the vote, and charges that one
School Director signed a petition be
cause a revolver was held to his head.
The five school districts of Seaside.
Clatsop, Gearhart, Necanicum and
Ecola, Cannon Beach, voted last May
to creat a union high school district
Seaside, as the central district, was to
be the location of the school, but the
five directors could not agree on the
site, C. A. Woolfolk, Ecola, and Theo
dore Caples. Necanicum, demanding the
selection of the former Seaside mill.
Alleging this to be a swamp and
dangerous, the other three directors
refused, offering to compromise on any
other location. The petitions were cir
culated to annul the district. In the
resultant election last September the
districts voted three to two in favor
of dissolution. Of the three, one was
Ecola, where it has been proved that
the election results were announced
after a hat had been used as a ballot
box and that the polls were reopened
to accommodate late voters, and the
result then declared exactly the re
verse. When voting to dissolve the voters
believed each district would obtain its
pro rata of the bonds according to tax
able values for its school fund. Now
they find the bond proceeds would be
divided over the whole county, Astoria,
which had no interest, obtaining the
lion's share, while Seaside, which will
have to contribute more than half the
cost of the $35,000 issue, would obtain
but a pittance in return. The purpose
of the Astoria meeting is to try and
srl Clatsop, the outstanding district, to
lavor the school once more, then to
have the Portland injunction made per
manent, thus annulling the dissolution
election and finally to force the Union
School Board to agree on something.
$1,750,000 Corporation Files. -
SALEM. Or., Nov. . (Special.) The
North Coast Power . Company, with
headquarters at Vancouver. Wash., yes
terday obtained a permit to do business
in Oregon. The new company is or
ganized to take over the properties of
the Washington-Oregon Utilities Com
pany, which concern was foreclosed
and the properties sold at a receiver's
sale about a month ago. The new cor
poration is capitalized at $1,750,000. Of
ficers are Clarence M. Brown, presi
dent, of Philadelphia; L. J. Morris,
secretary. Philadelphia; II. L. Harriee,
vice-president, Vancouver. Wash., and
B. F. Donahue, assistant secretary and
Good Weather Holds Lewis Drive.
WOODLAND, Wash., Nov. 6. (Spe
cial.) Tann Higgles, who has been op
erating a logging camp on the North
Fork of Lewis River during the past
year, started down with a log drive
the first of the week, taking advan
tage of the recent rise in the river. The
weather turned fine and the river fell
fast, so he was compelled to lay off
yesteraay a short distance above town.
awaiting further rains.
Jg The Search
jjF for the Ideal
comes to a satisfactory end after a visit to our stocks of
rich Plated and Solid Silver.
Complete dinner services, tea and coffeet sets, chests of
knives, forks and spoons, or single sets of six, innumer
able service pieces a wealth of silver beauty, to choose
from,, covering all the various periods in silver.
Attention also is directed to the complete showing of
carving sets, platters, trays, etc., for Thanksgiving needs.
Quality always the finest prices the most reasonable.
Jewelers since 1868, at
W ASHINGTON AND PARK,
Monday, November 8, Electricians' and Retailers' Night
at the Manufacturers' and Land Products Show
"XOU CAN DO BETTER FOB IESS ON IHIBI) STREET"
80 A. M.
9:00 A. M.
The Most in Value The Best in Quality
6:00 P. M.
Come Now and Profit toy Our Grreat
of Seasonable and Trustworthy Merchandise
Prices Speak Louder Than Words Bring Your Price
Saving Problems Here for the Happiest Solution of All
Thanksgiving' Table ILinen
Attractively Low Priced
So much depends on the Table Linen for the success
of the Thanksgiving dinner that these offerings at
before-the-war prices will relieve many an anxious
woman's mind. They include handsome new pat
terns but recently taken out of bond and now shown
for the first time. Prudence will prompt you to
profit by this sale:
50 a Yard
For Bleached Damask
A splendid-wearing bleached Ta
ble Damask with a high mercer
ized finish comes in a good
width and in many pretty designs.
A crisp, new damask of unmatch
able quality at the low CZf
price, the yard 0JC
65 a Yard
For Bleached Damask
Two fine lines to select from at
this price 64-inch, all-linen
Damask and 70-inch linen-finished
Damask both shown in
pretty new designs and both full-
bleached a special value
20 Different Styles All-Linen Damask 66-Inch Width at 75 Yard
vui Licauci is a. 4u-iicii uieaciieu uamaSK
At $1.00 Yard
An all-linen, full-bleached Table Damask, 70 inches wide shown in
thrity different styles in dots, figures, flowers, stripes and plain
center designs an unequallad quality at, yard $1.00
Ready-to-Use Napkins at Sl.OO Doz.
Fine mercerized, neatly hemmed, ready-to-use
Napkins, 18 inches square they come in small de-.
signs in' spot, flowers and figures can't be equaled
elsewhere at,, the dozen............... .jjl.OO
Match the $1.00 Damask
At S3.00 a Dozen
They Come 22 Inches
Fine AH-Lineri Napkins at $2.25 Doz.
Dainty all-linen Napkins, full 21 inches square and
shown in an .extensive- variety of pretty new de
signs. Specially priced for this sale at the low
price of, the dozen. "777Y". . . .$2.23
75c to $1 Grades in Pink,
Blue or Gray. Your Choice
in This Sale Only p-rv
at, Each OI?C
A sale that is unusual in more
ways than one unusual because
you never bought such well
made, fine quality Outing Flan
nel Gowns at such a low figure
before unusual because of the
extensive variety of styles and
patterns from which you may
select. Included are those with
high or low neck, long or short
sleeves, with trimmings of
tucks, braid, or embroidered in
neat patterns, etc. Extra well
made throughout, with good
fullness and length. In all sizes
in plain white and in pretty
stripes and figures in shades of
pink, blue or gray. The regular
7oc, 85c and ?1 grades.
Ihis sale at
Gowns at 98c
Garments of $1.50 Quality
Again fortune has favored us
and you. We have secured a
splendid lot of Women's Outing
Flannel Nightgowns at a full
third below real worth, and here
is your opportunity to share in
the saving. Included are the
best styles, with pajamas, low
or high neck, and with short or
long sleeves. They are extra
well made throughout, and are
neatly trimmed with ribbons,
tucks, braid, etc. They come in
pink, blue, brown and white in
plain colors, neat stripes and
various patterns. Regular $1.50
lines, This Sale Only QQ
low price of vOC
Men's Norfolk and New
In Cotton at $1.00 and $1.23
In Wool at .$1.98, $2.50 and
$:$.30 a Suit.
Complete Underwear Satisfac
tion. Union Suits of perfect fit - and
the best to wear they are made
with flat lock seam, the only
seam that "is perfectly smooth
and without a ridge. We are
showing a complete line of Win
ter styles in all sizes and
Heavy Cotton Union Suits in
Ecru or Gray at $1.00 and
$1.25 a Suit.
Natural Gray Worsted Union
Suits in Three Qualities
$1.0S, $2.50 and $3.50 Suit.
Advance Showing of
Our new shipment of Stamped
Goods will interest every woman
who is fond of making dainty
things. Come in while our as
sortment is complete and select
for both present and future gift
giving. You have choice from
these and many others.
Huck Guest Towels at
15c, 19c and 25c
They are shown with scalloped
ends; also some with colored
borders. Stamped in several
Linen Huck Guest
Towels, 35c, 50c, 65c
A fine line of Linen Huck Guest
Towels shown with scalloped
or hemstitched ends. They are
stamped in many neat designs.
Small Bath Towels at
19c and 35c
A complete assortment of Small
Bath Towels, shown with col
ored borders or scalloped ends.
Stamped in several designs.
Large Bath Towels at
50c, 69c, 75c- and 85c
A fine lot to select from. Large
size Bath Towels, shown in all
white, also colored borders.
Pretty designs in satin stitch,
cross-stitch and darned stitch.
Stamped Gowns at
65c, 69c and 79c
In this lot you have choice of
ready-made gowns made of
good grade longcloth with the
popular kimono sleeves and
either round, square or V
shaped neck. They are stamped
in many pretty designs.
Luxury, Style and Comfort in
Women's and Misses' Coats
As Well as a Splendid Saving, for You Have Choice (M o Cf f
From Values to $17.50 This Sale at p 1 Z.OU
Fine custom-made Coats, embracing Quality at every point, from
the wearing of the cloth to the long service of the workmanship.
Style at every point from the littlest new feature concerned up to
the largest in general effect. Value unsurpassed, for you may
purchase at this sale at figures considerably less than regular
selling prices. The materials are Wool Mixtures, Cravenetted
Fabrics, Corduroys and plain colored fabrics in navy, black and
fashionable new shades. Both belted and nlam-haok t
models in all sizes. Regular values to $17.50. Choice P 1 U
nit Underwear, Hosiery
Oc A GARMENT For women's
seasonable-weight, fine fleeced
Cotton Vests and Pants in all
styles and sizes.
79c A GARMENT For women'
fine Wool Vests and Pants in
cream and gray colors. Perfect
$1.00 A SUIT For women's
form-fitting, Winter-style, fleeced
motion union suits in all sizes.
$1.50 A SUIT For women's fine
Wool Union Suits, shown in all
styles and sizes. Both durable
and perfect fitting.
$2.00 A SUIT For women's v.
tra-cuality Wool Union Suits in
correct Winter weight and style,
and in all sizes.
25c. A PAIR For women's heavy
ribbed-top, fleeced Cotton Hose in
all sizes- an unequaled value. -25c
A PAIR For women's, fine
Wool Stockings that are fast
black, warm and durable. Shown
in all sizes.
50c A PAIR For the celebrated
Burson Cashmere Hose for wom
en. A full-fashioned, seamless
An Early Season Clear
ance of Broken Lines of
at $1.47 Pr.
Regular Values to $4.00
A wonderfully complete show
ing of late Fall and Winter
styles in Patent Colt, Vici Kid
and Gunmetal leathers both
button and lace models with
light or heavy soles and low or
high heels all well-known, re
liable makes taken from our
regular stock lines regularly
sold up 'to $4.00 a d1 Aj
pair, f cr clearance . . .P 1 I
ale of Handle
Price Concessions That "Will Prompt You to Purchase
T T ITT Tk.T
xor x-ersonai use rsow ana liitt .Purposes Later
5 CENTS EACH
For 10c and 15c Handkerchiefs
An extensive variety of patterns,
lace-trimmed and with embroid
ered corner. They come in fine
sheer materials. A sample line in
regular 10c and 15c quali- C
ties. This Sale at OC
19 CENTS A BOX
For 3 Handkerchiefs Worth 35c
Three fine sheer Handkerchiefs,
embroidered in pretty patterns in
white or colors. They come in a
neat holiday box the kind regu
larly sold at 35c a box. - Q
Priced This Sale at llC
56d a Box, 3 or 6 Hand
kerchiefs Worth 98c
Various popular styles in the best
materials 3 or 6 to a box, in 85c
to 98c values. On sale to- r
day at ;.OOC
10 CENTS EACH
For 15c and 25c Handkerchiefs
Almost an unlimited assortment
of dainty new patterns to select
from. They come with wide or
narrow hem and neat embroidered
corner. ' Regular values "1 f
15c and 25c. This Sale at.lvC
38 CENTS A BOX
For 3 Handkerchiefs Worth 75c
Three very fine Handkerchiefs
put up in fancy holiday box. As
sorted patterns in white or col
ored embroidered effects. The
kind regularly sold at 65c Q Q
and 75c the box. This Sale OOC
25 a Box for 3 Hand
kerchiefs Worth 40c
White and Colored Embroidered
Handkerchiefs in neat holiday
box. Three Handkerchiefs O r
worth 40c, on sale at ,.3C
Regr. 25c Handkerchiefs
On Sale at 15 Each
All Pure Linen Handker
chiefs in styles with w ide or
narrow hem and embroidered
corner ; also Embroidered In
itial Handkerchiefs in small
blocks or Longfellow
styles ; 25c values at