The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, November 26, 1916, Section One, Page 19, Image 19

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BIG DEAL STILL OH
who with their ukeleles. banjos, guitars
and jolly songs were enthusiastically
received. They .were Glen Morgan,
Ruth Haines, Grace Haines, Margaret
Marsh and Elizabeth Hervey.'The pro
ceeds will be used to help pay for the
school piano.
Dubois Timber Sale Regarded
k as Likely Prospect.
CAMPAIGN COSTS LISTED
Jackson County Men Who Spent
Most Meet Defeat.
$4,000,000 IS INVOLVED
MEDFORD, Or., Nov. 25 (Special.)
According to the statement of Bert
Anderson, the Republican county chair
man. the party spent $925 In Jackson
County during the recent campaign.
There were 174 contributors to the
furd, the amounts ranging from $1 10
i 25. No money was received from the
state committee until just before elec
tion, when J100 was sent.
The expense statements of the can
didates show that the two candidates
spending the most money were defeat-
THE SUNDAY OltEGOJTIAN, PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 26. 1916.
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Greaterx vmgmg&L. Greaterx
(Tract Ues in Clatsop and Columbia
Counties Idaho Sugar People
Interested Plan la to
Develop Property.
TVsplte. rumors that have been cir
culated recently to the effect that the
$4,000,000 option taken by the Oregon
Lumber Company on timber of John
Dubois had fallen through, it was
learned last night upon good authority
that the proposed deal Is still very
much alive and being considered seri
ously every day.
The timber involved in the proposed
purchase embraces 30.000 acres situated
40 miles south and inland from West
port, a station along the Columbia
River, and 50 miles southeast of As
toria. The tract lies partly in Clatsop
County and partly in Columbia County,
and in a belt noted for its quality of
timber.
The option on the holding was taken
on September 15 by the Oregon Lumber
Company, of which D. C. Eccles. of
Ogden, Utah, is president and Charles
T. Early, of Hood River and Portland,
is general manager and secretary treas
urer, as well as the representative of
the Eccles' timber interests in Oregon.
Purchase Is Investigated.
It became known last night that C.
TV. Nibley, president of the Utah-Idaho
Sugar Company, and W. W. Wattis,
president of the Utah Construction
Company, which built practically all of
the Western Pacific Railroad Company,
have been in Oregon to investigate the
proposed purchase. Mr. Nibley and Mr.
Wattis are business associates of Mr.
Eccles, and they will be Instrumental
in handling the transaction, providing
it is consummated, as seems likely.
It is understood that at least M.000,
000 is involved in the proposed deal and
that it will carry with It the construc
tion of a sawmill having a capacity of
at least 250.000 feet a day. Mr. Eccles
is not buying the timber for specula
tion, it is said, but will develop it on
a. large scale. The length of the log
ging railroad to be put in depends upon
the site chosen for the proposed mill.
Jf Astoria is chosen the road will be
longer than under other circumstances.
Several routes are said to be under in
vestigation. Considerable Time Hcflnlwd.
When Mr. Dubois went East recently
he was accompanied as far as Salt
Lake by Paul C. Bates, who repre
sented the Oregon Lumber Company in
the transaction during the absence of
Mr. Eccles and Mr. Early.
In view of the fact that it requires
considerable time to cruise a timber
tract of such dimensions and to figure
railroad connections, it probably will
be some time before the transaction is
finally disposed, of one way or the
other, but it is regarded by those In
touch with the situation as probable
that the deal will terminate success
fully and the prospective development
and -improvements go ahead.
PICTURE WINDOWS VIE
STORES TO BE GREAT ART GAL
LERY OF MERCHANDISE.
Silver Cap and Ribbons Are Offered
for Most Attractive Display Ar
i ranged for Shoppers.
All Portland will be made a. show
place in the Greater Portland day window-trimming
contest, which will be
open for the Inspection of the public
Tuesday.
The trimmers will finish their work
and the windows will be in readiness
actually Monday night, when the big
night crowds will have the opportunity
of getting an advance view of the
show. The judges will make their tour
of examination and award of prizes to
morrow night and those who come
down Tuesday, which is the official
Greater Portland day, will have the
opportunity of seeing the prizes that
have been awarded in the windows.
Besides the grand prize, a. silver cup
from Felix Bloch, there will be 26 rib
bon awards on numerous classes of
displays. st
Under the auspices of the Chamber
of Commerce a window-dressing con
test was held about a. year ago, but
its scope was not nearly so large as
that of the present contest, which is
the first of its kind that the city has
ever known.
Nearly 250 stores will compete. The
whole business section of the city will
become the gallery in which the pic
tures built by the window trimmers
will be displayed and the spectators
will be able to wander through this
gallery, of modern merchandise t for
hours and still have more to see.
Z. Swett is chairman of the general
committee In charge of the celebration
of Greater Portland day, with C. 1
Berg, Felix Bloch. Herb Sichel, William
Gadsby, George Heltkemper and Max
Politz. Mr. Politz is chairman of the
committee on the window-trimming
contest.
The judges will be C. W. English.
L. A. McMullen and John Hardy. Fol
lowing is the classification of thedis
plays that will be entered:
Class A Men's clothing. '
Class Ti Haberdashery. (
Class" Men's hats.
Class r Men's shoes.
Class E Millinery.
Class F Cloaks and suits.
t.'lies i Ladles evening gowns.
Class H Ladies' shoes. ,.
Ciacs I Ladles' (loves and hosiery.
' Class J Jewelry.
Class K Furniture.
Class L, Hardware.
Class M Trunks and bags.
' Class X Stationery.
Class O Candles.
Class Q Drugs.
class R Pianos and Vtctrola.
Class S Electrical supplies.
Class T Groceries. c
' Class T Groceries. .....
Class IT Kodaks and optical foods.
Class V Corsets.
Class "W Miscellaneous.
Class X Boys' clothing.
GREATER PORTLAND ASSOCIA
TION OFFERS PRIZE IX
WIADOW-DRESSIAG
CONTEST.
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nil
- sfr' a
Cup to Be Awarded for Most
Effective and Attractive Display.
ed. Clint Gallatin, the Democratic
candidate for Assessor, spent $146.25
and Curly Wilson, Republican candi
date for Sheriff, spent $222.47. Wilson
was the only Republican candidate not
elected.
Lane County Pupils Get Week Off.
EUGENE, Or., Nov. 25. (Special.)
There will be no school In Lane County
next week on account of the annual
teachers' Institute to be held in Eu
gene. It is estimated that 450 teachers
will be In attendance. J. A. Churchill.
State Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion, and P. L. Campbell, president of
tne university of Oregon, are to speak.
THE best $15 and
$20 Suits and
Overcoats that
men can buy.
123 Third St.
Dekam Bids;.
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Greater Portland Association Day
Great Neckwear Special
5 Ties for $1.00
See Oar Windows for Other Special
lL,I,ii, n AIT EK4 U J
288 Washington, Bet. 4th and Bth.
Get you a pair of GROUND
GRIPPER Shoes on the 28th
so yon can get votes on
the "Greater Portland"
cash prize contest.
They -will relieve you of
all your foot trouble and give you
fine service.
GROUND GRIPPER SHOE SHOP
381 Vt Wash. St.
Portend
GASTON CLUB GIVES PLAY
Max M. Smith
Florist
UVz Sixth St.
Selling Building.
Phones: Main 7215, A 3121.
Proceeds Will Be TJsed to Help Pay
for School Piano.
GASTON. Or.. Nov. 25. (Special.)
"Polly in Politics," a. three-act comedy,
was given Saturday night, November
18, in the assembly hall of the school
tinder the auspices of the Parent
Teacher Association. This was the first
appearance of the newly-organized
tlaston Dramatic Club, and it was
greeted with a record-breaking- attend
ance. The members of the club are:
Paul Abraham, Mr. and Mrs. James B.
"Ward, William Ostrand. Claude Bryant,
Paulino Elliott, Ethel Ward and Lena
McBurney.
Between the acts, the crowd was en
tertained by a quintet of students from
Pacific University, of Forest . Grove,
If you don't think I believe In
Portland, see my new store. It's
the most prosperous appearing
store In town.
JACOBY
THE JEWELER
326 Washington St,
Between 6th and Broadway.
FOUNTAIN PENS
See us for Fountain Pens. Complete
stock Conklin and Waterman's.
Stipe-Foster Drug Co.
2S Morrison Street.
FRANK NAU
. Sixth and Alder.
Prescriptions, Drugs, Leather
Novelties, Sundries
WE SEVER CLOSE.
$500
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.00 IN GOLD FREE!
To the Three Most Popular Charities
Does the Charity in which you are interested need money for Christmas does it need money for improvements for alterations
or additions to its buildings for the continuance of its worthy work? Whether you are allied with any particular society or not,
are you sufficiently interested in charities in general to vote your coupons next Tuesday for the society which in your mind should receive the money
to be given away by the Greater Portland Association ? If you are if you are interested in making; the unfortunate happy if you are interested
in a worthy cause, do your shopping; next Tuesday.and vote your ballots for any Charitable Association which in your mind should be given the
money $250.00 to the charity receiving the greatest number of votes $150.00 to the second and ?100.00 to the third.
Coupons on Which to Vote for Your Favorite Charity Will B e
Given With Purchases by the Following Stores
Next Tuesday the 28th Only
Read the Rules of the Contest Below
ART GOODS.
Keller,' the Art Man
AUTO SUPPLIES..
Archer & Wiggins
Ballou & Wright
Braly Auto Co.
Wolf Auto Supply Co.
Roy H. Marx
Glenn A. Brown
BARBERS SUPPLIES.
Portland Cutlery & Bar-
bers' Supply Co.
Backlund & Son
BOOKSELLERS.
J. K. Gill Co.
Hyland's Book Store
CORSETS.
J. N. Gravelle & Son
CLEANING. PRESSING
AND REPAIRING.
The Irish Tailors
CONFECTIONERS.
The Hazelwood
Cat'n Fiddle
Kratz
Swetland's
Ernst's
Coffman Candy Co.
CLOTHIERS.
Bradford Clothes Shop
Brownsville Woolen Mill
Store
Buffum & Pendleton
Cherry's
Fahey-Brockman
Gateley's
The Hand
Lion Clothing
C. J. Mathis & Co.
Alex E. Miller
Moyer Clothing Co.
Phegley & Cavender
Politz Clothes Shop
The J. H. Rankin Co.
Saml Rosenblatt & Co.
Ben Selling '
R. M. Gray
Moyer No. 5
CUTLERY.
Portland Cutlery & Bar
bers' Supply Co.
Preer Tool & Supply Co.
CREAMERY.
La Grande Creamery
DRUGGISTS.
A. W. Allen
Albert Bern!
The Brooke Drug Co.
L. L. Crocker
Foster Drug Co.
Huntley Drug Co.
Irvington Pharmacy
Laue-Davis Drug Co.
Nau's Pharmacy
Perkins Hotel Pharmacy
Pluramer Drug Co.
Portland Hotel Pharmacy
Edwin A. Robison
Stipe-Foster Drug Co.
Wallace Drug Co.
Leland Drug Co.
Gradon & Koehler
Alberta Pharmacy
Richmond Pharmacy
Waverly Pharmacy
Redd's Pharmacy
Haack Bros.
City Hall Pharmacy
Central Drug Co.
Brink's Pharmacy
Leach's Pharmacy
Broadway Pharmacy
Vernon Drug Co.
Highland Pharmacy
DRY GOODS.
C. M. Clark
L. Shanahan
Sunnyside Emporium
ENGRAVERS.
Irwin-Hodson
R. F. Prescott
Oregon Engraving Co".
W. G. Smith & Co.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
Beaver Electric Co.
Grand Electric Co.
Morrison Electric Co.
Pierce-Tomlinson Co.
E. L. Knight & Co.
Smith-McCoy Electric Co.
FURRIERS.
C. G. Applegath
H. Liebes & Co.
M. N. Ungar Co.
FURNITURE.
H. M. Calef
Edwards Co.
Gadsby & Sons
Gevurtz Furniture Co. .
Jenning & Sons
Ira F. Powers Furniture
Co.
J. G. Mack & Co.
A. Thurlow
Hughes Furniture Co.
FANCY GOODS.
Needlecraft Shop
FLORISTS.
Max Smkh
Lubliner Florists
GLOVES AND HOSIERY
Lennon's
GOWNS.
Hewett & Hedstrom
GROCERS.
D. C. Burns, Inc.
Gunther & Hickey
Emig's
L. Mayer & Co.
Nob Hill Grocery
C. D. Ott & Son
Sealy-Dresser Co.
J. C. Mann
C. V. Smock
Sunnyside Market
Hawthorne Grocery
RULES OF THE CONTEST
Ballots on which to vote will be given by any of the Greater Portland
Association stores with every 10 cents of purchase. These ballots must be
deposited at the Journal, Oregonian, Telegram or Daily News office before
6 P. M. Thursday, November 30. Write the name of the charity you are
voting for plainly, and on every ballot, so there can be no mistake ir. count
ing the votes. The contest will be judged by W. J. Hofmann, of The Ore
gonian; Thomas J. Mullin, of the Journal; Charles E. Rafield, of the Tele
gram, and William C. Tunks, of the Daily News. Ballots will be given on
Tuesday, November 28, only. Do your week's shopping then.
Clark & Co.
R. C. Walworth
T. H. Crowley
T. L. Thomas
Richmond Grocery
Wascher Bros.
Belmont Grocery t
People's Market & Gro
cery Co.
HARDWARE.
Backus & Morris
Adolph Dekum
J. J. Kadderly
Keller-Seeberger Co.
Sunnyside Hardware Co.
Preer Tool & Supply Co.
W. C. Winks
HABERDASHERS.
C. C. Bradley & Co.
Buffum & Pendleton
A. H. Deller
Lowey & Co.
C. J. Mathis & Co.
M. Sichel
The J. H. Rankin Co.
Drake & Mauck
HAIR GOODS AND HAIR
DRESSING.
Febvet & Hanebut
ICE.
Portland Electric Ice Co."
JEWELERS.
Aronson's
Fritz Abendroth ,
Felix Bloch
A. & C. Feldenheimer
Felix Friedlander
The G. Heitkemper
Lb-C. Henrichsen & Co.
. Jaeger J3ros.
M. Jacoby
O. Korber
Dan Marx
H. I. Mendelsohn Co.
N. Solomon
Staples
Herman J. Altstock
JUVENILE CLOTHIERS
The Juvenile
KNIT GOODS.
Portland Knit Mills Store
KODAKS.
Columbian Optical Co.
Portland Photo Supply Co.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
Robinson & Detlor
J. Swartz
J. A. Mauck & Co.
G. F. Rusch
MEN'S HATS.
I. Kauf fman
MILLINERY.
Bon Ton Millinery Co.
Edwards & Jensen
W. D. Fraley
Hoffman Millinery '
Portland's Emporium
Wonder Millinery
Vogue Millinery Co.
NUSERYMEN.
Portland Seed Co.
Routledge Seed & Floral
Co.
OFFICE OUTFITTERS.
J. K. Gill Co.
Kilham's
ORIENTAL RUGS.
Atiyeh Bros.
Cartozian Bros.
OPTICIANS.
D. Chambers & Son
Columbian Optical Co.
J. D. Duback
R. A. Thompson
PAINT.
Pioneer Paint Co.
Timms, Cress & Co.
PLUMBING.
T. J. Rowe
D. S. Williams
PHOTO STUDIO.
Sowell Studio
PIANOS.
Eilers Music House
Reed-French
RESTAURANTS.
Cat'n Fiddle
Hazelwood
Jewel Oyster House
STATIONERS.
Gill's
Irwin-Hodson
Kilham Stationery
Kubli-Howell.
R. F. Prescott
SEEDS AND GARDEN
SUPPLIES.
Portland Seed Co.
Routledge Seed & Floral
Co.
SHOES.
C. 1L Baker
Baron's Shoe Store
The Bootery
John Dellar
Eggert-Young
A. Fleshman
Ground Gripper Shoe
Store
Knight Shoe Co.
Phillips Shoes
Protzman Shoe Co.
Reeves Shoes
Rosenthal's
Staiger Shoe Co.
SPORTING GOODS. ..
Backus & Morri3
John Budelman '
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
TAILORS.
Ray Barkhurst
K. S. Ervin & Co.
R. E. Hayward
The Irish Tailors
A. Pautz & Son
Herbert Greenland
Johnson & Anderson
W. P. Kraner & Co.
Huffman & Grant
Boody Bros.
UMBRELLAS. F
Lennon's '
Chas. M. Meredith
WALL PAPER.
Berger Brothers
WOMEN'S APPAREL.
Bartholomew Co.
Cherry's
Gately's
C. E. Holliday Co.
Portland's Emporium
Portland Outfitting Co.
Norman Rosenthal
W. S. Settle
Washington Cloak & Suit
House
Sample Cloak & Suit Co.
Eastern Outfitting Co.
New York Outfitting Co.
The Fashion Cloak & Suit
Co.
The Leader
Greater Portland Association
501-502 Selling Building
Phone Marshall 220
oot and Vote for Your Favorite Charity
R
Wholesale & Retail.
Established
Missis
Oriental Rugs
Cartozian Bros., exclusive Oriental
Rug importers, invite all intrusted
to inspect their large and choice
collection of most beautiful floor
coverings for artistically furnished
homes. Also very suitable for any
gift purpose.
(Portland)
Cartozian Bros.
Importers of Oriental Rnra.
Washington at Tenth. Pit toe It Block.
TT7E ARE striving daily to
make our goods and our
service more worthy of the
high ideals and principles of
the Greater Portland Association.
Sixth St.
vr&azn
MEN'S WEAR
Near Morrison.
EL
Vote for Yonr Favor
ite. Charity.
Coupons M Ith Every
Purchase.
ROSES, BULBS,
SHRUBS, TREES
Perennial Plants Ornamental Vines
Should Be Planted Now
They will become established during; the Winter
months and be ready to make a rapid srrowth -our
two-yenr field-grown roees will flower freely, mak
ing a fine showing- for the "Rosa Carnival.'1 AsIc
for oar free book., "How to tirorr Roses.
AUTUMN CATALOG
of Bulbs, Rosea. Krutt and Ornamental Tree,
fihruba. Vines. Kerns and Hsue Plants, listing the
most satisfactory varieties for home urardens. la a
safe guide to your purchases.
Ask. for Catalos Kc
361.
Portland Seed
Company
S. E. Cor. Front and Yamhill Sts.
YMionent
M 4040, A MIS.