The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, August 09, 1912, Page 11, Image 11

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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 9, .1912.
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LABOR INTERESTS ARE
NOW
BONG
WOOED
C tlooov!irIabof -)rogrsm,77M et
forth In -his speech to the bull moose
convention, may have Important Influ
ence on the campaign in ' Multnomah
--county - before it grows much older,
-Third party leaders iust nowre -wooing
the labor interests, and attention is
turned to possible action by tba Work
ing men's Political club. ' '
This club was a factor In the last city
campaign and again In the last county
campaign, when It backed several suc-
cessful candidates. Nominees who car
ried its indorsement were Congressman
Lafferty. . W. H. Fitssrerald for sheriff.
A. W. Lawrence and M. J, Murnane for
tha leglalatura and J, H. Jones for Jus
tice oX tha peaca.
Now tha third earty men -hop to
carry tho Worklngmen's Political club
into tha Rooaevalt camp. If this cafe.
ba accomplished tba candidates indorsed
by it will be expected to follow. It is
reported , that soma' balk en - declaring
themselraa for Roosevelt, while others
are willing to follow the club In any
action It may take. In the club are sup
porters of Wilson-and Debs as well as
of Roosevelt, and some of the Rooae
velt members are said to healtate as
to the advisability of lining up the club
for the bull mooae, . -
Btt-thls Is thej plan the third party
men are working-' on. With the labor
candidates from the Republican ticket
they hope to get at least one . or two
Democratic candidates to stand for
Rooaevelt, Then they plan to fill in
the remainder of ths officers . with
straight third party men, They want
to indorse men from the regular Re
publican and Democratic tickets, if pos
slble, hoping thus to add confusion to
tha situation in the eld parties, par
ticularly the Republicans, and thus to
strengthen their own. - . . ;
GILTNER COUNSELOR
, FOR' LOCAL CHAMBER
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Secretary K. C OUtner of the Port
land chamber of commerce has been ap
pointed counselor for the Portland cham
ber before, tha United States chamber
of commerce, the body recently organ
ised at Washington, D. C and counting
among Its membership practically every
chamber in; Iherllnited: States.
Each' individual chamber will be en
titled to a counselor, who will act for
that particular chamber on all questions
that may arise. The chamber will also
issue a bulletin on matters of general
interest to the commerce of the country:
On an average, every resident of the
United States eats five quarta of ice
cream a year. - '
DRIVERS FIGHT
THREE M
El
K'junra
What reports-show- to bare been a
most brutal and cowardly assault, fol
lowing a roadhouae escapade, was that
last midnight Of Bennle Newman, an
auto driver-at Sixth and Stark streets,
Daniel Black and Lee Nicholas upon C.
Ulrlch, another auto driver, and Harry
Lehrfat -the-"Hut" tavern on the Unn
ton road The three assallanta are in
the county jail, four charges being filed
against them,, The two men assaulted
are under the care of physicians.
Ulrlch took Lloyd Murray, Robert
Madison and two women to the tavern.
Newman and hla partners followed.
Starting ths fight ss Ulrlch left the
place, fhe latter waa beaten into in
sensibility by Newman and his com
panions. When Lehr, a bartender at the
tavern, sought to interfere, - Newman
and Black turned upon him. beating
him with a heavy wrench and an empty
bottle. Deputy Sheriff Bulger and Cap
tain of Police Keller were called to ar
reat the, men. They- found them on
Washington street at ft - o'clock thla
morning. Roy King,' special deputy
sheriff, donated his automobile In .the
hunt for the assallanta. William Swag
gart, proprietor of the Hut," signed
the complaint againat the three men.
who are held in the county Jail on ball
of 0(Ha cash.
HUSBAND DIDN'T KEEP
PROMISE; DIVORCE SUIT
When David Bass sent hla wife to
the coaiit 1n July; 1911,-1 premised to
come later. She was before the circuit
court this morning, asking for a divoroe
on the ground that' be did not fulfill;
his promise, , thereby deserting her.
They were married October 10, Ills.
Tted Oled secured a divorce from Mary
C Oieb on similar grounds,' alleging
that aha left him Jsnsary. I. 1111.
Theyl were married August (, 1119.
Ofhsr divorces granted were Louis
R. Cottrel from Lena Cot trail for de
sertion. Alice I. Wllllsms from Chaun-
cey Williams - for desertions and - LeenH
Lewis from ueorga Lwi for trroeity.
Divorces set, . bu J not ready for .trial
were. Belle Peck from Harry Peck for
desertion, Edna Cooper from John L.
Cooper for cruelty, Elisabeth Hopkins
from John E. Hopkins, for eruelty, and
Clara A. Morser from Chsrles M. Mor
ser. Judge McGinn heard the divorces
this morning. Hs did not require cor
roborative evidence.
Electric food and water heaters are
said to increase hens' egg laying pow
era and to prevent poultry diseases due
i to cold food.
BUSINESS FAILED TO
MAKE OWNERS RICH
Business for the Hester Manufactur
ing company did not develop as -planned '
by the promoter, tleorge X Hester,
therefore a. suit in the circuit court by
a. p. cierin aneraeorge B Van waters
against Hester ban been started. The
two plaintiffs allege they; were wd ta
believe that the company ' would make
130,000 the first year, 150,000 the sec
ond year, $100,000 the third year, and
within a few years the concern would
be fabulously rich. They each purchased
15000 worth of stock. The company waa
to manufacture metal window sash, i
Heater's headquarters are in Chicago, .
but he was induced to) come to Portland
last week to attend a meeting , of the
board of directors. When he arrived,
the two plaintiffs served him with the -suit.
No board meeting was oalled, .
t Journal Want Ada bring results. .
Don't Fail to Bring Your Medallion Coupons Tomorrow, as That Will Be the Last Pay In Which You Can Get Free Medallion Portraits ;
Store Opens at 9;30. A. M. Closes 9:30 P. M. Every Saturday (baby books-a valuable information 1 Take Lunch In Our Restful Tea Room on the Fourth Floor
Special 25c Luncheon Served In the Basement Lunch Room i
Original Portland Agents Ladles'
- Home Journal Patterns
Portland Agents tor Famous Gossard Front Lace Corsets
Rest Room and Nursery
: SeoMEfoarJEIorth
'BABY BOOKS A valuable information
for mothers of small children- Ask for one
at Infants' Dept., 2d floor they're FREE
Ladies are invited to the full privilege of our Rest Room,
Nursery, and Emergency Hospital, which are in charge of a .
graduate trained nurse. Retiring Rooms and Public Phones
are also locaiedrlBesmmrotifr" ufTT
Retail
"-"yy t
o aate. NJwJ
nly Retail Store West ol Chicago Occupying Entire CityJJlodt
The largest and most complete stock la the Northwest ,
Style Books and, Home Journal Magnifies, ara on taU htmj
Watch the List Grow X feJa'Sa;,
'church or charitable institution. Surely your favorite can be one of tha lucky 21. It I
will if you will only hustle. You vote we'll pay. ; -
Men's $
2S' oM $
1X96
Men's Comer Main Floor
The tfreat final sale of Men's Suits.
Those who study economy alon with
fashion will readily appreciate how the
two 0 hand in hand at this store. Tfht
range for choosing is., very extensive.
Every style, every pattern, in every fab
ric which men of good taste want, may
be found in this group (P 1 J A C
of $20 to $25 suits for 3) I O.VO
Brpken lines of our best $35.00 and QOO CA
$40.CO Suit. .Special ior ;hi.ale at tUH&QJ
$18 Suits $9.35
The bargains offered in this lot of suits would
be impossible under ordinary circumstances. The
severe price-cutting is a necessity in order to
close out remaining stocks before the arrival of
another season's supply. These are our regular
stock suits, best in all-Portland-at the marked
prices. They are regular $15.00 to CQ Off
$18.00 values, priced tomorrow at only DI0J
New Lounging
Gowns
A select showing of men's Pullman Robes, or
(Klpiinging Gowns, which afford a world. of-rotn-fort
after a hard day in the office. Materials are
French flannel vratine"antfTmr cloth. (?
Th pricss range from $3.98 up to vl
75c Wash Veils at 29c
A large assortment of attractive pat-
iemtJn .lLiL'lW.h.ytlLs1.l4 yards
Boys' to 38.SO Suits $3.95
S12.SO to $15.00 Suits $8.G5
Only a few more (lavs for thee phenomc- jl Tomorrow in the Tuvenile store, , main
long, suitable fos:hat drapes. Oft
Regular 75c values, on sale at onlyfl
85c Fancy Collars 48c
An exceptional offering of women's im
ported Neckwear, Ventse lace, Dutch
and sailor collars and coat effects, in
large or small designs. Regular IQp
85c values, priced for t.hls sale at 'Ov
Rating Bands
$4.00 Grades $1.98
$1.25 Grades 59c
Our entire stock of Ratine Bands, in
white, cream and ecru; widths up to 7
inches. Very popular for trimming
dresses $4.00 grades for $1.98 $3-00
grades for $1.48 our $2 grades CQp
for 89c and our $1.25 grades for OUs
Flouncings
$1.25 Grades 68c
$2.50 Grades $1.37
English eyelet and blind effect in
Flouncings, large nnd small floral ef
fects, in Swiss, batiste, nainsook and
cafebric $1.25 graMe 68c regular $2.00
grades 98c and our $2.50 (PI Of7
grades, priced for this sale at tJJA.O I
White Shoes
S5.00 Grades $2.98
Women's High Button Shoes of beauti
ful Nubuck stock, Granada silks and
white Sea Island duck. Our entire stock
bf $4.fXPancT $5.00gracTes;-on""(O QO
sale tomorrow at this price PvO
S4 Oxfords 82.98 f
Great Sale 1 HaMinrnoete
S2.50 Hammocks S1.48
In the Sporting and' Wheel Goods store, 4th floor,;
we offr the famous Palmer Hammocks, made of
good; strong yarn in various plaid patterns, with
nice. valance and pillow with spreader A JQ
at top, extra full size; 42.50 vals., sp'l. 3)1.40
$2.25 Hammocks $1.35
Good, strong Canvas Hammocks, in plain brown
or white, with spreader at head and foot ; full
size; very strong and comfortable; A Of
good $2.25 grades, special sale at only 3)1.00
$10 Couch Hammocks $5.95
Here's solid comfort in a Palmer Couch Ham
mock, khaki color ; good, heavy duck, just the
style for sleeping out of doors ; has windshield
or back rest. Made with hardwood frame;
very strong and well finished; $10 LdC Af?
value,' priced for this sale at only tDD.tJ
Indian, Cowboy, Cow
Girl, Children's and
Other Play Suits
A complete stock of children's Play Suit,
in Sporting Goods Dept., 4th floor.
Indian Outtits of Khaki drill material,
with red" buttons, crown war bonnet and
long streamers of colored OK
feathers, priced fur this sale at VA.tl
Others at f 1.75 Chief's Outfit f 2.25
Juvenile Squaw 'Outfit, at fl.25-$1.75
Cow-Girl Suits, very atractive, at f 1.75
Cowboy Outfit, complete with Khaki
Suit, shirt, belt, pistol case, (PI HfZ
rnwboy hat an rope Isriat Pi- J
Milit'y Suits f Baseball Outfit f 1.50
07.50 Go-Cart G4.9G
Wheel Goods Dept. 4th Floor
A good, strong Folding Go-Cart, with rubber
tire wheels, strong steel frame and adjustable
back, very light weight and easy nmnina
well finished m every respect; a d J Qfj
$7.50 Go-Cart, on sale tomorrow at 4TlwD
Roller Skateo,
Special G1.79
A new up-to-dt Extension Roller
Skate, with all the Iteit Improvement
Mada of cold-rolled. Swediih tteel; rub
ber cushion, osciiating tracks; best
straps; sdJustsbK p a t n t fljl I7Q
eltfflm. ea sale St the piirtPA!
Summer Comforts for
GrownUps
Complete stock of Swing and CcmrA
Hammocks, Lawn and Porch Swing.
Croqust Sets, F"H'ng Cntt fvrt
and Stools, etc on sale on 4th floor.
rl-I p
Jut:
nal Clothing- Hariris. Knrsighted par-
etits arc buying their boys' School Suits
now. Wc offer the best assortment in
the city for your choosing 100 suits in
this lot; Sb'..-)!) to &U0 values, Aq A
priced for this sale tomorrow at t3J.e7t)
floor, we offer a splendid assortment of
high-grade Norfolk and Knickerbocker
Suits in sizes G to 17 vears. and our reg
ular stock values from $12.50 to
$15.00, priced for thin sale
Boys to 3G.OO Suits $2.85
-$4.50 to 35.00 Wash Suits SI. 98
"$8.65
f .....
a group 01 urn j,i Smts in sizes 10 to 17
years, in neat pnfterns ancl jrood materials,
seasonable weights; regular ,(ti nr
$1.0- valucy, priced fur -.sale at 0vQD
PANTS .100 pairs of Knicker
bockers, in all sizes and colors, suit- nrx
able for school wear; $1 values, at 0"C
The last call cm Boys' Wash Suits, in sizes
2 to 1) ' years, Hie" iamous "Regatta" ' makeT
in Russian, sailor and blouse styles, with
4LButdi nerkft and military-collarit. Beat-
washable materials, some slightly mussed.
Regular $1.00, $1.30 and $5.00 A -j qq
grades, priced for this sale at9lCl
fill
1 IH
Women's Low Shoes and Pumps
in the season's best fabrics and
-leathers, a great selection to
sho.oe from. AH our 1Q QQ
Teffular"T.CO' grades, at PAi0
Men's Silk Sox 25c
Men's pure thread Silk Socks in all
sizes; rt)lack, tan, red, gray, helio
trope and wine color: t;ood woar-.-ers-pxiccd-spccial,
the (PI
psir 25c -box of 6 pairs tyLt&O
The Last
Dayfor-
Medallions
35c GSassware 10c
An unusual Saturday bargain in Table Glass
wares in a good assortment of useful pieces.
f'-inch (.lass J'.crry Howls, on sale at only 10
2-quart Watep-i'itchers, special for this sale 10
Glass Syrup Pitchers, special for this sale at 10
Vinegar C ruets and Celery Trays, on sale at 10
Glass Lemonade Jugs, special for this sale 10
Footd Fruit Howls, special for this sale at 10
Footed Cake Stands, special for this sale at 10
Vases and Covered Sugar Howls, on sale at 10
Hutter Dishes nnd Salad Howls, on sale at 10
Sale Decorated Dinner
Sets on Third Floor
All Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hose Greatly Reduced
Hardware section, third floor. Entire stock of Lawn
Mowers. Thrifty people will buy now for next
Any $3.00 Lawn Mower special at
Any S3. 25 Lawn Mower special at
Any $3.5o Lawn Mower special at
Any 6.00 Lawn Mower special at
Any $7.00 Lawn Mower special at
Any $7.50 Lawn Mower at $5.10
Any $9.50 Lawn Mower at $6.90
Any $10.50 Lawn Mower at $7.59
All Garden Hose at Low Prices.
$2.60 j
50c Hose 19c
Bargain Circle First Floor.
An extensive sample line of women's
fine imported Hosiery, plain and
faney, in cotton and lisle thread. Hundreds-
of late novelties in colors and
black. Lay in a good supply; 1 Q
regular 50c prades, at this sale
50c Hose 25c
Women's Imported Lisle Hose, in
lace ;,nd embroidered effects. All
jijt.es ii) the lot. Very good 50c JK
grades, special for this sale at
35c Hose 17c
1000 pairs of women's Black Lace
A good bargain at
;50c
Sale of Woinniei3i?i
Garment Dept Second Floor. .
A great one-day sale of women's loo Ki
monos, made of good quality crepe, in the
Empire and yoke effect, trirnmedia band
of satin and Persian ; beautiful floral and
Persian patterns; sizes 14 years & JQ
to 44 bust. Special tomorrow at 9lZ
less li'le thread
35c a pair, sprcial 17c a pair
or 3 pairs, priced for this sl
25c Hose, 2 Pair. 25c
Women's Seamless Cotton Hoe, with
double oles, in tan only. Reg- Ov
ular 25c values, special, 2 pairs 0
Clark's Make Hose,
3 Pairs lor 50c
Fine Egyptian Lisle Hose, full seam
less with reinforced heels and toes'.
Colors navy, gray, blue, lavender, car
dinal, etc.; Clark's make; reg- KHp
ular 25c values, 3 pairs for tllV
35c Hose 25c
Women's Imported Black Lisle Hose,
with split sole, Hermsdorf dyed. An
iimiMinl 35c quality, very spe- OKr
cial for tins sale, the pair, at t)
Women's sweaters
Special at $2.98
An extra special offering of women's. Sweat
ers in plain and fancy weaves, with roll coir
lata and V shape necks, hip and three-quarter
lengths. Colors are red, gray and white.
Sizes run from 34 to 44. Very AO
special fo tomorrow" at only... 9m0
Sale louse Dresses-
$1.75 Grades 98c
On the Center 'Circle First Floor
A Urge assortment of women's House Dresses of s;ood (jusllty percale and
chambray in figured, striped, checked and plain colors, styled with Dutch!
and V-shape necks, long and short sleeves. Some are trimmed with bsnda.
of plain and figured materials, others have sailor collars, also a lot ' QQ
two-in-one dresses; sizes 34 to 44. Regular $1.5041.75 values, special wOv,
Mi i-
Men's $1.50 Shirts 95c
Men's Soft Negligee Shirts with tlje French
turn-back cuff and soft collars to match, in neat,
Mripetl patterns, plain colors. A complete A
new line of regular $1.50 grades, on sale, at uuC
ANOTHER LOT of high-grade Negligee Shirts,
with the French turn-back cuffs, plain s ' J
colors and stripes, special for this sale bla 13
PLAIN AND PLEATED BOSOM SHIRTS,
high grades in broken lines, selected from eight
$1.15
different lots, ami none worth less
than $1.50, special for this sale at only.
Grocery Specials !
40c COFFEE 28 Our O. V. K. Imperial Roast
Coffee, fresh ground and roasted' fresh evcrv day.
STUFFED OLIVES. 3 BOTTLES S5C The
favorite brand for luncheons and picnics. Try them.
BOILED HAM, 35 POUND
Sliced from genuine Eastern Sugar-Cured Hams.
SALMON BELLIES, POUND 15
r3.'c Ghffs Jar Chipped Mecf. "Veribest." for 25
PUREST MAPLE SUGAR, 35s POUND
Order your Bread, Cakes, Pics, etc., for your Sun
day dinner from our Home Bakery on 4th floor.
BUTTERr03 A-SQUARE-
"(). V, K. Special," on sale in the basement.
Drugs and Toilet Sundries
Newbro'n !Irp1ol. S0c for 404
Kpnm Balt. 1-1!. phf. for 10
Tnflrfixit Fly I'aprr, thru dou
ble 'hert, on pn'tal for
Ktf' Urnml-Prlse Toothpick.
pr'Hul tomorrow. flv for 3
Ulvro-Thytvollne. $1.00 for 7W
l:oubl ImtllVd Extrtct of Witch
lUsl. rit1rlv 5r. only
Mr-k'a Milk Huaar, 1 pound 20
Atrbnt Cotton, 1 -pound roll.
rfulrlr SSr on ) for 25
AMorbMit Cotton, l-oiinr, Bauer
and muck, rular do pk. for 3
Vnamilto Taletim I'owder, riru
lr ;Sr. on al at onlv, ran 1W
Kutilfoam. for tha tcth. 5o 1t
rl)K-co Tooth TnatP. 0r. at 3
t"C Hax llounrhold Ammonia He
.Krarrant ljivnrlr Htlrka. the
od ir I pt rlaatlnif . ench, nt 3ft
llaautlful a IliUiUJl Face
I'hamola. FDriliil. nu ll, only 2H
C'ioth Bruahea. aaeorted alvlea
and li. valuea to $1. only $06
Hand Bruahrt; a good aaaortment
rotularly Jic. on aala only 15
Ptnaud'a Violet D Tarma Toilet
Water, rraularly 11, on aala BO
Oillette ltaior Uladea aharpened
at the low prlra of, a doten SO
KOO-ahaet Rolla Toilet Paper,
ref. lie value on aale, roll 10
le Ivory or Fairy Hoap to a
ruatomer dellverlea made only
with other aood from Dru Ie
rartment, apeMal aale. a rake 3
Peart' L'nerented Glycerine H'ap,
regular la value, the rake 12
Colaate'a Rlbhon Iental Cream,
large site, recularly J 5c, at 20
l a Primera Caatlle ftoap, regular
10c value, aale at onlv, rake T
Oilda and enda In Fine Toilet
Pcapa, ape-lal only, two for B
Veolay'a. VA Ptnaud'a. Roaer
rfK lariy -"c. on eaie, 10 f
:o-ilul Tatn Boraa, 1-pound
parkagea, aparlal at, pkg. 10
Suitcases
87 Grade 35.48
Dept. Fourth Floor
Genuine Cowfiide Suitcase, 24 Inchei
long, with leather corner, 2 itrapi
all around caie, brait lock tnd
catchei, itwed-on handle, Iteel
frame, linen lined, ihirt fold and
itrapi iniide. Our betX?r '40
$7,00 value, on salt at only PtFalO
$1.75 Matting Suitctie', aale at $1.20
$2.00 Matting Suite, aU at $t.CQ
13.00 Matting Suitcaie, aale t 2.48
Trunk, in medium ana bcitct u
re offered for aale here tomor-
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