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THE SUNDAY OKEGOXIAX, PORTLAND, 3IAKCII 0. 1019.
OREGON PREPARES TO
ASSIST NEEDY JEWS
Campaign for $100,000 Opens
in Portland Monday.
CO-OPERATION IS URGED
IVliolc Slate Is Organized and Lead
ers Kxpeet That Fund Will Be
Kaied in Short Time.
M'ith a ko;l1 of $100,000 twice the
amount set for lust vcht Jewish peo
ple of Portland and Oregon Monday
will launch a tampabn to help needy
.lews in Palestine, eastern Kurope and
with whicli $70,000 was raised last year,
M. H. Hirsch, secretary of the commit
tee, who is in charge of the local drive,
is anticipating little trouble in rais
in.ir the entire amount.
-Many have already announced the
loubling of their last year's subscrip
tion, while others are increasing the
amount by 50 per cent.
"Workers and officers are to meet for
dinner at the Multnomah hotel this
evening, when final plans for the drive
will be announced.
Orpaniznl ion 1 Coiaplctr,
The executive committee in genera
charge of the campaign is Ben Selling,
.Jonah ft. Wise, I. ljing, Nathan Strauss,
-Sdolphe Wolfe, J. I.. Meier and Kred
teller. Captains for the Portland drive
arc Joseph ghemansky. Aaron Frank,
"If. J. Ottenheimer, Abe Rosenstein, F.
-M. Seller, Shonts, Pen M. Rubin,
Alex Miller. E. 1. Neustadter, Arthur
IJpstein. Mrs. Julius Louisson and Mrs.
J. M. Ottenheimer.
In charge of the state drive will be
Sis: Lipman. who is a practiced hand.
Assurances have been received that the
state will come through handsomely
with its share of the money.
Headquarters for the. drive have been
established on the mezzanine floor of
the Multnomah hotel, from where the
campaign will he launched Monday
All synagogues have been requested
to have a special service Friday, March
11, to join in the prayer for the relief
of the stricken Jews. Speakers for all
congregations will be furnished by the
speakers' bureau of the organization.
Response of Workers Pleases.
The following statement in regard
to the drive lias been prepared by the
"The ready response to the call for
workers is most gratifying and augurs
success. Busy men, young and old, and
aood women have volunteered their
time and energy.
"The ecrually gratifying response of
The larger givers lor aaaeu suoscnp
lions has assured the committee that
Oregon will raise its quota within the
"The committee urges all Jewish men
and women to be ready to give without
stint, as no gift can ever equal this
one. It commends to their courtesy
an unnecessary request the men and
women who are soliciting. It asks for
them a reception such as one would
expect if on a similar mission of love
"It desires to remind all men and
women that no people have deserved
consideration more nor asksit less than
that one which has suffered for con
science since men knew of a living
l,eter I re Co-operation.
"Israel can live again if its sons
and daughters will help their famished
and dying brethren."
The following letter has been sent in
behalf of the campaign:
"Freedom is coming to many people
heretofore sorely persecuted.
"Is freedom coming to those who
have suffered most for conscience
"We American men and women can
answer the question by making up
our minus that the Jews of eastern
LJurope. the Balkans, Palestine, etc,
shall live, and not die.
Bread alone can save them, and
bread we have to superfluity. We must
feed those 6.000,000 men. women and
children, so that they may live to be
"The time for help is now.
.Never has Israel had so glorious a
prospect for a realization of its dreams
of freedom and justice.
Crisis Declared at Hand.
"Never have the Jews suffered such
intolerable agony of the body, despite
their great hopes. The Haman-like
ferocity of their persecutors is unbe
lievable in this land of justice.
"Never have men given so liberally
as in this great crisis. We cap no more
afford to let those people die on th
shores of the promised land than we
can afford to be out of the wonderful
spirit of the times that has given life.
happiness and loves ones for justice.
"In giving money we shall do less
than the least of those; let us do it
with a helpful generosity."
Last summer a housekeeper we know
of canned 85 quarts of tomatoes, 20 pints
of chili sauce, 40 pints of green tomato
mince meat, 8 quarts of tomatoes for soup,
20 quarts of beets, 28 pints of corn, 30
pints of string beans and 1 0 pints of pepper
hash. She also put down 2 bushels of
carrots, 2 bushels of parsnips, and 1 bushel
This crop and all the fresh tomatoes,
corn, beans, beets, swiss-chard, spinach, .
peas, cucumbers, onions, peppers, celery,
rhubarb, radishes and lettuce that her
family of four could eat she grew on two
garden patches, one 40 ft. x 45 ft. on the
place, the other 25 ft. x 20 ft. on a nearby
vacant lot. She succeeded because she
knew before she planted that quality and
quantity yield depend on seed ancestry.
are pedigreed seeds. They multiply the
certainty of first quality vegetables and
luxuriant beds of gay flowers because they
are the progeny of plants that we know
have produced abundantly for many
generations. Moreover, each year's crops
of Ferry's Seeds are tested by us before
we offer them for sale.
Now 's the time to plant your gar Jen. Write
for the beautiful new 1919 Ferry "See J
Annual," sent free on request. Ferry's
Seeds are sold by dealers everywhere.
D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich.
(and Windsor, Ontario)
(' ft at ty j
"-ir?T- I Bit' JT$ ' ffl't if
CLOTHING NEEDED ABROAD
APPEAL MADE TO PORTLAND
WOMEN' TO "CARRY OX."'
Red Cross to Send Many Garments
to Women and' Children of
France and Belgium.
Seasoned siaswoud and Inside wood.
green stamps, tor cash. Holman fuel
Co- Main 353. A 3353 Adv.
KIDNEYS NEVER -
CAUSE BACKACHE ES
Rub Pain. Soreness and Stiff
ness Right Out With Old
"St. Jacobs Liniment."
Kidneys cause backache? No.' They
have no nerves, therefore cannot cause
pain. Listen! Your backache is caused
by lumbago, sciatica or a strain, and
the quickest relief is soothing, pene
trating "St. Jacobs Liniment." Hub
it right on the ache or tender spot, and
instantly the pain, soreness, stiffness
and lameness disappears. Don't stay
crippled! Get a small trial bottle of "St.
.lacobs Liniment" from your druggist
and limber bp. A moment after it is
applied you'll wonder what became of
ihe backache, sciatica or lumbago pain.
"St. Jacobs Liniment" stops any pain at
once. It is harmless and doesn't burn
or discolor the skin.
It s tne only application to rub on a
weak, lame or painful back, or for
lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia, rheuma
tism, sprains or a strain. Adv.
HOT TEA BREAKS
A COLD TRY THIS
Get a small package- of Hamburg
Breast Tea at any pharmacy. Take
tablespoonful of this hamburg tea, put
a cup of boiling water upon it. pour
through a sieve and drink a teacupful
at any time. It is the most effective
way to break a cold and cure grip, as
it opens the pores. reavine conges
tion. Also loosens the bowels, thus
breaking a cold at once.
It is inexpensive and entirely, veg.
able, therefore harmless, Adv..
Because of the fact that certain pro
duction activities of the Portland chap
ter of the American Red Cross have
been discontinued, some of the work
ers have assumed that the need for
Red Cross services in sewing and knit
ting is over.
This is not true, however, and na
tional leaders in Red Cross work, are
urging all Red Cross branches and
auxiliaries to "carry- on-'
One of the important future activities
of the American Red Cross is the pro
duction of refugee garments, both knit
ted and sewed. The Red Cross commis
sioners in Europe report that thousands
of men, women and children are suffer
ing from the lack of clothing: rind con
ditions are such that while the Red
Cross is planning to send much of the
material it has on hand, to be made up
later by the women of Europe, at the
present time it is necessary to sew
many garments already made up.
I am often asked -the question why
the factories are not given this work
in order to give employment to the un
employed, and, alternatively, why the
materials- and findings are not sent to
Europe for the women to make -up
themselves," said R. F. Prael, director
of the workroom.
My answer is that "both means are
employed, and yet the need persists.
"The present plan s to give the more
difficult garments, such as boys suits,
girls dresses and mens shirts, which
require more time in the making, to the
factories. At the present time, now
ever, the factories are not able to take
on very much of this work.
'In France and Belgium the women
as well as the children are now work
arly and late getting
for the crops and re-
"Please, also, remember that many
thousands of children in France and
Belgium are now orphans.
Because of the forehanded adminis
tration of the Red Cross we have
large stock of materials on hand, and
we are asking all our women members
to concentrate their energies for the
next two months in helping the women
of Europe to furnish garments to
clothe themselves and the great num
bers of children who have been left
homeless and fatherless."
between the academic and the mili
tary ides of the programme.
"The greater share of the responsi
bility for this co-operation between
the civilian and1 the military phases of
the work rests with the school faculty
and the students, because they are re
sponsible for much the greater part of
the student's time. In order to meet
their obligations fully, they must make
conecientlous effort to include in
their courses materials that have a di
rect and obvious connection with the
needs of the country and must also do
their best to handle the work in a man
ner well qualified to develop those per
sonal qualities of mind and will that
are characteristic of American man
hood, whether engaged in civil or in
thorities had Intended making it part
of a two-car shipment to be sent out
of the state to some part of the coun
try. This plan, however, was aban
doned, and Sheriff Roberts secured
court order authorizing him to smash
his large stock of quarts.
BEND WHISKY DESTROYED
Sheriff Pours 198 Quarts, Valued at
$3000, Into Sewer.
BEND, Or.. March S. (Special.)One
hundred and ninety-eight quarts of
whisky, taken from bootleggers who
attempted to smuggle liquid contra
band through Bend, were destroyed to
day by Sheriff S. E. Roberts. At cur
rent prices in dry territory the value
of the liquor which went down the
gutter is approximately $3000.
Most of the whisky was confiscated
aooui six weeKs ago. ana federal au-
PORTLAND MEN TO SPEAK
State Chamber to He Topic Before!
Oregon City Live Wires.
OREGOX CITY. March 8. fSpeclal.)
Frank McCrillis and judge J. If.
Stevenson, representatives of the Ore
gon State Chamber of Commerce, will
attend the noon-day luncheon of the
Lives AVires next Tuesday to outline
the purposes of the chamber. A mem
bership drive will be conducted
throughout the state beginning March
17, and it 13 the desire of the officers
to have a full representation from
every town and city in the state Tues
The speakers originally were rhed-
uled to come Tuesday iiiaht, but it has
been arranged to have them here to
meet with the Live Wires, who are
mtich interested In the chamber. A
committee has been appointed for the
county, L. Adams being chairman, and
through its efforts many will receive
invitations to attend the meeting.
Read The Oregonian classified ads.
Doctor Tells How To Strengthen
Eyesight 50 per cent In One
Week's Time In Many Instances
1r-jfrrlntion Yn Can
Filled and I e at Home.
Philadelphia. Pa. Do vou wear
glasses? Are you a victim of eye strain
or other eye weaknesses? If so, you
will be glad to know that according to
Dr. Lewi3 there is real hope for you.
Many whose eyes were failing say
they have had their eyes restored
through the principle of this wonderful
free prescription. One man says, after
trying it: "I was almost blind; could
not see to read at all. Now I can read
everything without any glasses and my
eyes do not water any more. At night
they would pain dreadfully: now they
feel fine all the time. It was like a
miracle to me." A lady who used It
says: "The atmosphere seemed hazy
with or without glasses, but after us
Ing this prescription for fifteen days
everything seems clear. I can even
read fine print without glasses." It
is believed that thousands who wear
glasses can now discard them in a rea
sonable time, and multitudes more will
be able to strengthen their eyes so as
to be spared the trouble and expense of
ever getting glasses. Eye troubles of
many descriptions may be wonderfully
neneinen oy loiio-ving tne simple rules.
Here is the precription : Go to any
active drug store and get a bottle of
Bon-Opto tablets. Drop one Bon-Opto
tablet In & fourth of a glass or water
and allow to dissolve: With this liquid
bathe the eyes two to four times dailv.
You should notice your eyes clear up
perceptibly right from trie start and
inflammation will quickly disappear.
If your eyes are bothering you. even a
little, take eteps to save them now be
fore it is too late. Many hopelessly
blind might have been aved ii they
bad cared for their eyes in time.
Note: Another prominent "PhysiHan to
whom the above article was submitted. ga!d:
"Bon-Opto la a very remarkable remedy. Its
constituent lnier(.dlnta are well known to
eminent eye Kpecialieta and wMelv umcrihM
by tlietn. The munufaclurera guarantee It to
atrenKthen ayealclil .iO per cent in one week's
time in many in-iaii-e or retunu tne money.
It can be ubtalned 1 rom any good drutfKlst
and is one of Uie very few preparations I
feel should b kept on hand tor regular
use In BlTTmt every family." Adv.
COLLEGE NEEDS ARE TOLO
President Kerr of Seattle Receives
Letter "Urging Co-operation- In
Boosting Nation's Future.
Meals Don't Fit!
Instantly 1 Stomach feels fine.
The momehi Pape's Diapepsin
reaches the sick, upset, sour stom
ach all distress ends.
OREGON' AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE,
Corvallis, March S. (Special.) Mili
tary training has linked- the educa
tional institutions of the country to
gether in a single bond which focueed
their attention on training for national
service, pointed out the committee on
education and' special training in a let
ter received by President W. J. Kerr.
The mantle of the S. A. T. C. has
now fallen upon the R. O. T. C, which
therefore now has the opportunity of
preserving that bond' of connection be
tween the individual colleges and the
nation, says the letter.
"If the P.. O. T. C. is to render max- '
imum service to the eountry.it must LI P S ET. "TV? Ma-V? "- --x -k--s. e tr-m
You wonder what tecame of the
indigestion, acidity, gases, flatuence,
heartburn, sour risings, dyspepsia.
Magic relief ! No waiting !
Hat without fear!
Costs little Any "drug store.
Lesley Den ta I Cream
Tzvo Regular Q
20c Tabes for MOSDAYONlY
Thousands of Owl Drug: Store customers know
and appreciate this splendid- dentifrice a
smooth, pleasant-tasting: cream which cleans
the teeth thoroughly and invigorates and hard
ens the gums. It also has valuable antiseptic
qualities. Monday two of the regular 20c tubes
will be sold for 29c.
The Nation's Favorite Dentifrices
arc to bo found in the Owl Drujj Stores, where a conhtant effort is being
made to pive you "what you want when you want it." We mention some
of the. leaders note the prices:
10c and 15c
put up in
on Reels ( for the
Ribbon Dental Floss.
i5r a Fpool.
Colgate's Dental Powder..,
Woodbury's Dental Cream
Renetol Tooth Taste......
Dr. Grave's Tooth Towder
Dr. Lyon's Tooth Towder.
Dr. Lyon's Tooth Taste...
S. S. White Tooth Taste. . .
Teridixo Tooth Taste
Colgate's Dental Cream...
Kuthymot Tooth Taste....
25c a Feature Price in
All through the war period we succeeded in maintaining-
our high value standards in tooth brushes
particularly at 25c. We show a variety of
shapes and ' sizes, all of which have
clear-white bristles, so firmly set that
they can't come out.
is a famously cood antiseptic mouth
wash to use in conjunction with any
dentifrice, H."?S -13c4 and 85 bottles.
"There's Beauty in Every Jar"
of Ingram's Milkweed Cream
This cream is a concentrated com
bination of emulsified healing and
soothing oils, compounded with me
dicinal substances. - It is always ef
fective as a relief from all skin
roughness and Irritation. It removes,
rather than conceals, the imperfections.
Klenzo Dental Cream .....23
Revelation Tooth Towdcr 23
Red Feather Tooth Taste 23c
Colgate's Rince Bouche.. ,;3c
K. C. L. Tooth Taste 13
Tebeco Tooth Taste 43c
Caldcr's Tooth Towder. ........ -1 of.
Tepsodent Tooth Tatr 3 Or
Gosnell's Cherry Tooth Taste... 3c
Oriental Tooth Paste 73C
Tyorrohocide Tooth Towdcr. .. .J).Se
The one you prefer is always
ready for you at The Owl Drug;
Stores and the right price.
Red Feather Talcum Towdcr, 13
Colgate's Talcum Towdcr.... 18
Cashmere Bouquet Kclat
La France Rose Dactyl is
Monad Violet Violet
Rexall Violet Talcum 20
Trailing Arbutus Talcum 20
Babcock's Corylopsis Talcum. .20
J. & J. Baby Towdcr 20
Mennen's Borated Talcum 23
Mennen's Violet Talcum 23
Talmolive Talcum Towdcr. .. .23
Hudnut's Violet Sec Talcum... 23
Melba Talcum Towder 23
Violet Dulce Talcum 23
Mavis Talcum Towder. ..... .23
Jontcel Talcum Towder 23
Leone Talcum Towder :S3c
Djer Kiss Talcum Towder H)c
.Vernice Talcum Towder. .... .30
Mary Garden Talcum tiO
This splendid -cream is featured
in all Owl Drug Stores at 45 and 90c a jar.
All of the Popular Face Creams
is first in the thought
of thousands and
thousands o f women.
This popularity has
been earned by quality
nothing more. You
get the desired effect
without being in danger
of appearing too "over
powdered." Flesh, bru
nette or white.
In hinged-cover boxes,
are ready for you at
Colgate's Charmis Cold Cream. .20
Colgate's Mirage Cream 20c
Lanoline (tubes) 20
Vaseline Cold Cream 20c
D. & R. Cold Cream (tubes) .. .2:1
Tond's Cold Cream 23
Tond's Vanishing Cream 2:J
Armour's Luxor Cream 23
Brown's Wonder Cream 23
Espey's Fragrant Cream 23
Hudnut's Marvelous Cold Cream 23c
Euthymol Cold Cream 23
Red Feather Cold Cream 23
Rexall Camphorated Cold Cream 23
Rexall Violet Dulce Cold Cream. 23
Roger & Gallet Tomade 23
Aubrey Sisters Beautifier :J3
Hazeline Snow- , Ji3
Orchard White 33
Red Feather Orange Flower
the following prices:
Anyvo Cream 23
Ingram's Milkweed Cream 43
Vinolia Cream 43
Malvina Cream -i
Tompeian Massage Cream 47
Hind's Honey & Almond Cream 4!
Anita Cream 30
Cream de Camclia 30
Dickey's Cream de Lis 30
Mary Garden Cold Cream 30
Melba Cleanser 30
Melba Skin Cream 30
Raymond Complexion Cream... 30
Jonteel Combination Cream.... 30c
Jonteel Cold Cream 30
Violet Dulce Vanishing Cream.. 30
Owl Theatrical Cold Cream (iOC
Harmony Cocoa Butter Cold
Aycr's Luxuria Cold Cream ... .03
BROADWAY AT WASHINGTON
E. Struplere. Manager
Marshall 2000 PHONE Home
A 1333 J
tea V S or
GLASS OF SALTS
If Your Back Hurts or Bladder
Bothers You, Drink Lots
EASE THE PAINFUL
-1 recognize the - intimate Inter-relation j -
"WILL" PUT YOU
When your kidneys hurt and your
back feela sore, don't get scared and
proceed to load your stomach with a
lot of druK3 that excite the kidneys
and Irritate the entire urinary tract.
Keep your kidneys clean like you keep
your bowels clean, by flushing them
with a inild, harmless salts winch re
moves the body's urinous waste and
stimulates them to their normal activ
ity. The function of the kidneys Is to
filter the blood. In 24 hours they strain
from it 500 grains of acid and waste, so
we can readily understand th vital
Importance of keeping the kidneys
Drink lots of water you can't drink
too much: alsSo set from any pharma
cist about four ounces of Jad Salts;
take a tablei-poonful In a class of wa
ter before breakfast each morning for
a few days and your kidneys will act
fine. This famous salts is made from
the acid of s-rapes and lemon Juice,
combined with lithta. and has been
used for generations to clean and stim
ulate clogsed kidneys; also to neutral
ize the acids in urine so It no longer
is a source of irritation, thus ending
Jad Salts la Inexpensive; cannot In
jure; makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep their
kidneys clean and active. Try this, also
keep up the water drinking, and no
doubt you will wonder what became of
your kidney trouble and backache.
Sloan's Liniment Will Relieve
It on One Application.
It's the world's most popular counter-irritant
tor the shooting, darting
pains and aches of those numerous ex
ternal attacks which every man. wom
an and child suffers at one time or an
other. Ity penetrating without ranking. It
helps to scatter the congestion, result
ing In a warm, tingling glow of comfort
and ease. Takes little to turn the trick
quick. Won't stain the skin. G-t a big
bottle today for economy's sake. All
druggists everywhere sell it. ac, 6uc,
Not Always So!
Phone your want ads to the Orego
nlan. Phone Main 7070, A 09.
Lady Buys Liberty Bond
With Operation Money
"I have been busy saving up money
for an operation for gall stones, which
my physician advised in my case. Since
taking one bottle of Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy it looks as though I ran safely
use this money to buy Liberty Bonds.
I suffered four years with colic attack
and bloating." It is a simple, harmless
preparation that removes the catarrhal
niiicns (mm th Inl.stinsl Irui-t 11il al-
lays the inflammation which causes
practically all stomach, liver and intes
tinal ailments, including appendicitis,
one dose will convince or money re
funded. rrugc-ist .vyrywhPre. Adv.
Phone your want ads to the Oreso
nian. Phone Main 7070. A 609j
No longer is it neccstary for men jr
women to be held back Oil account of
gray hair. The business world takes
Keen notice of gray hair nowadays
but why worry, when it can be easily
restored to its natural color, with the
wonderful Co-Lo Hair Restorer?
.V scientific process discovered b;.
Prof. John H. Austin, of Chicago, for
developing the natural color of the hair
in a similar manner to that of develop
ing the photographic negative. It i-
positively the only batisfactory and
lasting treatment for restoring coior
to the hair in a mild, healthful manner.
Co-Lo Hair Restorer is absolutely
harmlcss. and will not Injure either the
hair or ca.Ip: is not a dye; contains no
lead or iulphur: has no sediment, and
is as clear as water a pleasing and
simple remedy to apply. It will not
wash or rub off,
Co-Lo Hair Restorer comes In
for Blitrk. and all Dark Shadea of
7 lixtra Strong for Jet Ttlack hair
V . for nil Medium Hrown Shntlea.
H fnr nil wry Light Brono, llrah
nod Auhurn Miarfe.
Co-Lo is on sale in ail Owl Drug