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THE 8USDAT OREGOXIAN, PORTLAND, MARCH 0, 1019.
for Men and Young Men.
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YbuTl -want to get into your new spring
suit earlier this season than heretofore.
We have them here all the newest
weaves, fabrics and models. Waist-seam
models in all-wool fabrics. The new
heather and Alpine shades; also blue,
brown, green and Oxford; single and
double-breasted. Conservative models
for older men.
They're all here for
The Men's Store for
Quality and Service
Fifth and Alder
Copyrisht 1919 Hart Schaffner & Man
AMERICAN" KEEPS ORDER AT
SPALATO, IX DALMATIA.
Italians Authorize Taking of Severe
Measures Against All AVho
l'ail to Obey Orders.
"WASHINGTON, March 8. The Italian
embassy made public today the text
of a proclamation issued by the inter
national committee of admirals in the
Adriatic, warning the inhabitants and
authorities of Spalato, a Dalmatian
port, agralnst disorder or insults to the
allies and authorizing Rear-Admiral
Niblack, the American commander,
there, to prevent by force of arms, if
necessary, the repetition of such inci
dents as- the recent attack upon Italian
It was largrety due to the Spalato in
cident that Italy placed the embargo
against the movement of supplies
through Adriatic ports, the operation
of which recently led the United States
to give warning to Italy that unless an
end was put to delays in the movement
of food to the Czecho-Slovaks and
Jugo-Slavs. food supplies from the
United States to Italy would -be cut off.
The order placed an inter-allied force
at the disposition of Admiral Niblack,
who was requested to take such steps
at, might be necessary and. to apply the
most severe measures contemplated by
military law to enforce order if the
ivilian authorities proved themselves
incompetent. Among acts specifically
mentioned as violations of the terms
of the armistice, were:
"Any insult to the allied flags; any
outrage with words or gestures against
officers, sailors or soldiers of the allied
nations: any inimical expression
against the allies; any attempt against
personal liberty or private property:
any refusal to comply with the orders
of the inter-allied police."
terday noon at the annual mertinf?
held at the University club. . N. F.
Titus was made president, W. H. Marsh
secretary and Walter Asher treasurer.
It was announced that the national
secretary of the Delta Upsilon fra
ternity,, Herbert W. Congdon, will visit
Portland March 19 and -0 on his way
from the University of Washington
chapter to the Oregon Agricultural col
lege. He will visit the Gamma Tau
Beta, a local fraternity petitioning
Delta Upsilon. A banquet at the Uni
versity club on the first day of his
visit in Portland and a trip up the
Columbia highway have been planned.
Mr. Congdon is visiting all Delta
Upsilon chapters in the United States.
He graduated from Columbia univer
sity in 1897.
MM FUNERAL TODAY
PIOSERS AND FRIENDS INVITED
TO BE PRESENT.
DRINKING FOUNTAIN GIVEN
PIONEER ATTORNEY MARES
GIFT TO OREGON CITY."
Former Silverton Resident, 75 Years
of Age, Is Survived by Three
Daughters and Two Sons.
Funeral services for Mrs. Flora Wood
McKinney, who died Friday morning,
will be held at the Portland crema
torium at '1 o'clock this afternoon. Pio
neers and frlenas of the McKinney fam
ily are invited to be present.
Mrs. McKinney, who was 75 years of
age, came to Oregon in 1875. Residing
at Silverton for nine years, she finally
came to Portland, where she made her
home until 1905, when she removed to
Seattle. Death came during a visit to
her daughter, Mrs. Ross S. Burdtck
Prominent In civic and social affairs
in both cities, Mrs. McKinney -was at
' - years of age a student in the Univer
sity of Washington, where she took
courses in gardening and sociology.
She was active in club and organiza
tion work, holding many responsible
offices connected with this kind of
Connected with newspaper worR here.
Mrs. McKinney virtually was a foster
mother to Homer Davenport, world-
famed cartoonist. W hen a bov Mr.
Davenport spent much of his time at
her home, and later., when he became
famous, he always turned to her for
aid and sympathy. Many of his books
are prized by her family.
tier rather. Dr. Perry A. Wood, a
noted practitioner, died In Kansas at
the age of 104. Her husband. "William
J. McKinney, died in 1903.
Surviving are the following: children:
Jessie D. McKinney. Mrs. Margaret !
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attle: Mrs. Burdick of Portland and
George B. McKinney of Berkeley. Cal.
Cpban Strike Situation Improves.
WASHINGTON, March 8. Advices to
the state department today from Ha
vana says the strike situation In Cuba,
which has paralyzed Industries and
tied up transportation in- half the
islands. Is improving. The workmen
have asked President Menocal to arbl- I
trate. The city Is Quiet.
NEW SHOW TODAY-FOUR DAYS
CARD OF THANKS.
We wLh to thank onr many friends
and the Friendship chapter of the
Kastern Star for their kindness and
sympathy during the sickness and
death of our beloved wife anil daugh
ter. We also appreciate the beautiful
Mr. E. J. Place.
Adv. Mr, and Mr. Chas. Cunnlntrhnm.
Charles D. liatourette Purchases
Seven Bronic Articles at
! Cost of $804).
OREGON- CITY. Or., March 8. (Spe
cial.) Charles D. Latourette, prom
inent Oregon City attorney, who has
always taken an active Interest in the
city's welfare, recently presented to
Oregon City ten drinking fountains,
seven of which already have been in
stalled In Main street.
One fountain will be installed near
the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs.
Latourette on Fifth and Hihg streets.
and another near Twelfth and Wash
ington streets, where ceremonies are
to mark the unveiling. At the latter
point there is much travel during the
summer months by persons from Port
land, who go to the Molalla a-nd Wil
hoit districts and the southern part
of the county.
The fountains of bronze are attract
ive. They were purchased here at a
cost of $800.
Mr. Iatourette has been practicing
law in Oregon for approximately 40
years. He is vice-president of the First
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1215 ARESTED IN MONTH
Police Take Into Custody 1107 Men
and 108 Women In February. .
Police arrested 1107 men and 108
women during February, according to
themonthly report just completed by
V. A. Barker, record clerk. The re
ceipts of the mouncipal court from
fines during the same period were
$6883. Board for the prisoners during
the month cost $611.76.
Eight persons were arrested during
February on charges of criminal syn
dicalism, although none of them was
tried on that charge. For traffic vio
lations 349 were arrested, 28 for lar
ceny, 113 for drunkenness, 74 for dis
orderly conduct, 6 for burglary, 3 for
carrying concelaed weapons, 73 for
violating the prohibition law, and 136
for vagrancy. There were 863 convic
tions In the municipal court.
DELTA' UPS1L0NS ELECT
Portland Alumni Prepares to Enter
tain National Secretary,
Officers for ths Portland alumni as.
eoelation of Delta Upsilon, national
academic fraternity, wer elected yes-
House Owned by Non-Resident
THIS house, located on Knott street, in
Irvington, is the former home of a Ta
I have eome here to sell this house, and will do
this to the best bidder making a business-like
Property is on a corner with both streets
paved. The picture speaks for itself.
Full particulars and appointment for inspec
tion can be had from
Do Not Telephone.
Four (4) Second-Hand 3H-Ton Packard Trucks
Equipped With Dump Box and Hoist
CASH OR TERMS
Garage East Main St.," Bet. First and Water Sts.
Telephone: East 8315.
'THE ROMANCE OF HAPPY
VALLEY" is vivid in action, laugh
able in detail and tense in effect.
A classic of homespun humanity
chronicling simple American life
AND IS NOT A WAR PICTURE.
MACK SENNETT'S LATEST
THE VILLAGE SMITHY"
Of special interest to people who
drive cars particularly Fords,
When the garage man mends a tire
with an ax you gush forth a sob of
real sympathy. .
AT 12:30 TODAY
Waltz from "Sari" .
"Minuet a 1' Antique" Paderewski
"Sunshine and Roses". . .Van Alstyne
"The Lost Chord" Sullivan
V ON OUR $50,000 ORGAN
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