The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, November 11, 1913, Page 6, Image 6

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    THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, - TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 11,: 1913.
JlJ BE SUBJECT Of
SERIES OLBW
Heed College Extension. Course
Will Provide Busy yoters
Witli Needed Information.
. With the, purpose of setting; bctora
tli voters o Portland certain vital In
formation concerning local municipal
pioWema, . th first of t" free Illus
trated lectures of the Seed college ex
tension course oa Th Voter and the
City of Portland1 Will be gtvem by Dr,
W. r. Ojrburit at 8 o'clock thia evening
at t lie main- library " '
j ' lue college, dopes ' to , reach very
voter' in the city," said Miss Florence
M. Kend, ' secretary of the Reed exten
won course, "and to place In his hands
the results of sift months' careful - re
search and Investigation. Portland la
undergoing , many , Important . govern
mental changes and new problems are
dally presenting themselves. .?-. i "
'. 'The busy voter cannot keep In touch
wurj- these new 'phases of-cily govern
ment, cannot really csst an intelligent
ballot unless' the. mott consequential
oMa is condensed and placed in his
.712 ? ..Tl, Is trying to con
tribute its part toward the lvic advance
of 'wtland by meet Intf this need. It Is
within the power of its cittstms to make
Portland, the beat; governed city in, the.
country." ; -y i ,v ,' V ', .-;.'.. ' '
A-iecusfclng the purpose and extent of
the course Professor Ogburn said: vfTha
purpose , of thess six. lectures m the
government ef thr cltyof i Portland Is
solely tosglv out Infarmatlon that a41
good citlMns ought to know. , Municipal
problems are important enough to make
lis itaka interest in our elty goveminent.
Ow we know . what ur ' taxes ara spent
tor? I Portland. a healthy aa - other
cl ties T;1. "What , can 1 done to. make
Portland more healthy T Do vr know
whether Portland Is protecting lives and
property ' as well - aa ' It should T Does
Portland live tin to ita possibilities of
being the most beautiful city., on the
Pacific coast? What Is Portland doing
to better, the social, conditions of the
citliensT ' - " '
"These 'are some of the questions we
shall attempt to throw light on in tbes
lectures." - ' 1 k
In order to reach as many people as
possible the college has made the lec
tures free. No preliminary arrangements
are v necessary. AH any cltlsen who
cares t listen to t;ie talks -need do Is
to go and' hear -them.- it ';-.y ,:'(''
In addition to the lectures at the main
library the course will be given at the
following places, beginning on the dates
given. ai With. the exception of the Y. W.
C. A., where the lectures are to begin
at :J0, all the lectures will commence
at I o'clock: - .: ... .;,-:'
..'November 12, North Portland branoli
library; November .14, Brotherhood of
St. Andrew; November 17. east side li
brary j November 17, St.- David's Kpls
copal ' church: ' December JO, ' Arieta
branch library;. -January 6, Church of
Good Tidings; January 7. Y. W. C. A.
January 7. M on ta villa school; February
17, Itoso City Park, churou.
'( ! y !'. 11 "."".''i "" f $ic '
If you mean no, say no unless ybu
are. a woman. . ' i - V. .
ACCUSED MAN SHOUTS
FOR
,1
EXECUTION
Henry Spencer onTial. for
t-Mrs.-Allison-Rexroafs Mur?
der, ' Makes,-Scene '
,IIolled Pfe Leaaed'WIre.V ' '
'Wheaton, 111., Nov. 11.-Cursing at the
top of his, voice and shouting that he
"wanted ' to bo strung before night.
Henry Spencer went to trial for the al
leged murder of Mrs. Mildred Allison
Rexroat. a Chicago tango teacher, - epen
cer's defense will be based on insanity.
''When (State's, Attorney Iladley ques
tioned prospective " Jurors" ' regarding
I their vjews of a defense, based on in
M nltyoBpencer -arose from his ;hai r. '
I "Cut out this dd foolishness," hs
, screamed. "I don't want th jurors to
think I am bugs. I iu no dlszler In the
upper story thsn'you arc, ' :?"'
"Just tell the jurors that I want to
be hanged, i think at would bo a glor
ious way to croak- '
-' "Now cut out this bughouse stuff. ".- I
could get a, jury together la five min
utes. Let's build a gallows outside the
jail and invito everybody, to a hanging
party." t
The-court's, gavel 'was ' powerless to
stop the prisoner's outbreaks and he
interrupted ;th' proceedings repeatedly.
;--':-" " "" '
s Nowadays when a man makes a fool
of ' himself bo claims - that ha was
hypnotised..
WALLINGFORD FORMERLY
LIVED IN CITY. OF SALEM
Centraiiai Wash.; Novi It.r. lt. Wal
llngford. who Saturday attempted to kill
himself in the Tacoma jail after being
arrested, on a forgery charge and who
was' reported to be a resident of Cen
tralis, had only been bero a short time,
liaYlnarecentbro
son telling him the Centralis police wfire"
after jum, .wa written oy a.locai-giri
with fwhom ho ' became, infatuated, and
who wrote the letter to prevent his re
turning to thla city.v , , v
. Wallingford la addicted to the orug
habit. ''t- .. , '
DisGoluS:ion; of IParinieFoIiip . Sale
aatie W to zo rer ucnr
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NEW CIRCULAR, ISSUED;.:
-ON RECLAMATION LANDS
;' Waahlngton, U '.C.,?'Nov;r. ll.iOwlnt
to apparent difficulty In Interpreting
a circular of June 31 regarding, the ex
tension of payments'- of ' reclamation
servlcs lands. Secretary of the Interior
Iana haa sent to the chlefLof engineers
of the various projects an explanation
in answer to inquiries by Representa
tive. Slnnott In behalf of Abel Ady
t alls today but it is understood Ady's
objections are , met , in the new circular.
?, Perndale School Election. ; "
Preewater. Or.; Nov.' 11. The schol
board of Perndale district -has called j
special election for the near future to j
decide if two new school buildings will
be added to the district, i , ,
IMoncer Bnffraglst Dies.
Chicago. 111.. NOv. 11. Mrs. Catherine
Van Calkenburg Watte, pioneer worker
for equal suffrage, died of heart trouble.
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HE new tariff has increased Diamond value on the
averaee of 20 per centl f This sale enibles you to f
" choose irom our envire wi ui mcuiuui - -
" in Rins, Brooches, Pirn, etc., at actual laving of l J to 2.5 .
Mr. Dan Marx is retiring from the firm. His Interests
are to be turned Into cash at once. In continuing the
business, Felix Bloch will discontinue such lines as Silver
ware Cut Glass, etc., In order to specialize on Diamonds. ,-,
A email payment will hold any purchaao until Christmas.
' Elgin and Waltham Watche, Off t .; .
. : Silver Hollow-Ware at l4 M
, Silver Flat-Ware at 15 Oli
Solid Gold JeWelry, Vi Off!- - .
Gold Filled Jewelry, Va to 1-3 Off !
Cut Glass and Umbrellas, 1-3 Off I
Marx & Bloch
Largest Diamond Dealers in Oregon
Between .
Fourth and Fifth
ENTIRE
BUILDING
FOR RENT
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Entire Stock to Be
; Closed Out "
STORE FOR RENT.
Conditions Exist Whereby the
' ' Store Is Closed Doors Are -s
Locked Entire Stock
Is to Be Closed Out.
! STORE IS FOR RENT
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Thousands upon thousands of dollars worth of Men's Suits Thousands' of dollars
worth of Ladies' Suits Thousands of dollars worth of Millinery All kinds of Hats,
Shoes, Underwear, Etc, for men, women and children The entire stock will be sold
out at once Store will positively go out of business. I
GREAT STOCK Will DRAW
'USANDS
vfT
LADIES' SUITS, COATS, MIL-
linery, shoes,
underwear; hosiery,
waists, shirts, etc.
Children's Wearing Apparel
Entire Stock Yill Be Sold Out
STORE IS FOR RENT
This, the Famous Dept. Store; opened this year, Sept. 5th, and no expense was spared
in fitting, up the interior with beautiful fixtures, beautiful big plate glass cases, both
on first floor and on balconies rThei stock is all new, being purchased all within Ui
last few months and can be compared with, only the best . and. largest 'store in the
city. ; The public will find one; of the largest and best assorted stocks to select f romJ
New Fall Suits and Cloaks -tor women. New Fall Suits and Overcoats for men aiid
boys. Full lines of Furnishings, Shoes, Etc. for men, v women and children.
; THIS FIRM HAS FAILED
To make the Big Store pay The doors are closed The Entire Stock will go on sale-r
, " Will be closed out at once. ,
The Greatest Sale Ever Witnessed
on tha Pacific Coast.
" FIXTURES FOR SALE
Big, ; Hardwood - Clothing Cases;
Plate :Glass :Show : Cases, t V,
: Tables, Counters, Etc. f
See Tefry, and Harris, Agents,
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Men's jahd'Boys' Suits and Oyer
: coats All New rail Styles.
Underwear, Shoes, Hats, Etc.
Furnishings of All Kinds.
EVERYTHING GOING
Men's and Boys' Apparel
Women's and Children's Apparel
A Real Sale mere Merchandise Fill Be Slaughtered
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
Men's 50c Work Shirts, cut to. . .25c
" These Are Real Bargains.
$1.00 Dress Shirts, cut to k
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49c
$1.00 Flannel Shirts, cut to . ; . ; , . : ; Vi 59c
$1.50 Flannel Shirts, cut toT. ; ;89c
$1.50 Dress Shirts, cut to. . '. . .... . .r. . . .98c
,$2.50 Flannel Shirts, cut to i ... . . . $1.49
' All Men's Underwear; Sox, Gloves,' Neckties,
. ' x . Suspenders at Wholesale Cost. .
Men's Checkered Bib Overalls, regular 75c and
$1.00 Values, Big 'Stock, while the last, r. :29c
All $1.00 Men's Sweaters, cut to. . . . . i. . .49c;
$2.50 Ruf fneck Sweaters, cut to r.-t . . . . . .$1.49
Working Men's Slicker Coats, Shield Brand,
regular price $1.50 and $2.00, cut to . . . .49c
$2.00 Men's Hats, cut to. . ... . . . t . ; . . . . .98c
All $3.50 and $4.00 Mallory Hats, cut to $1.98
.'Big Reductions on all High Grade Shoes. :
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LOT NO 1 Men's Suits and Over-flC AA LOT4.NO. 1 Ladies' Suits and (JJ AO
coaU, cut. to ........ , ,;D0vvF Coats, Values $12.50, cut to WJ7J
LOT N0 2-MenSuit.:and Over-e7 Mi
coats,reg. values 5 $12.50 cut to Jt)' .Uyi Coats, values $15)0, cut to . . yflrgeXQ,
';;fV-Mft!',. -'- .l . vwVL'J ' ILOTNO.ts3hadrenV:rCoat,65-'2 AQ
LOT NO. 3JWs i Suits nd Over: flj A C A. ; , to 14 values $7.00, cut to r. . i J03
coats, values $20.00, cut to ...... .Jy-fjll) ' , ' ' 1
y- -.--.'.-...:.- .;-.--.,.,-- lot NO. 4Udies Coats, values g C HQ
LOT NO. 4 Men's Suits and I fl O C ! $16.50 ycut x iym
Overcoatsvalues $25.00, cut to. 1 LmOO LOT NO. 5Udies Coats,' values 0 PJ AO'
tnT ism tin 7TZ ' mgx 18-00' cut to -..sD.yO
LOT. NO. 5 Boys' Suits, sizes to 6? Cf Ov " 1 " '
values $2.00, $2.50, cut, to . ..w;.. fjy LOT NO. 6 Ladies' Coats andflf AQ
1 ' Suits, , values $25.00, 'cut to . . . . ; . J) y 9)f Q
LOT NO. 6 Boys' Suits, values fc? 1 ftQ 1 1 '
$3.50, cut to, ....... .'. 1 .V O LOT NO 7 Ladies' Coats and fl 1 A Q
, " i Suits, Values? $30.00, cut to. . . I LJO
ALL MILLINERY AT ONE HALF PRICE.
Boys 'and Girls vGuaranteed Hose, Z5c value,
cut to two:pairs for . .' . . . . . . . . . . -25c
25c Ladeis' Hose, black and tan, cut to. . . 10c'
60c Knit Underwear cut to ; 'i " " ": . .24c ,
50c Corset Covers, embroidery and, lace trim'd,
' Cut ; to ?-f ?; fv't rr' '''' ''' 19C .'.
50c Muslin Drawers, ' lace trimmed," cut to 24c ,
2ic Children's Supporters, cut to....... y ; 10c
15c Handkerchiefs, cut to. . .v,,,;;;....';,6c1
$2.00 Long Kimonos, cut to . . . ........ . .89c
75c Short Kimonos, cut to . ... t.'i . . .. ...39d
$1.00 Shirtwaists, cut to. . . I .' .....39c.
$1.50 Shirtwaists, cut to. 79c t
$3.00 Silk Waistl, cut, to. .
,.98c
. $1.00 Sateen Petticoats, cut to .49c,
$1.00 Children's Dresses, cut to... ..39c
$1.50 Children's Sweaters, cut to. . .. : . .79cv
$4.00 Ruff Neck Sweaters, cut to .'.$2.49
THE PRICES QUOTED ABOVE ARE GIVEN AS AN IDEA OF THE WAY GOODS WILL BE SOLD ON THIS GREAT SALE f r
This is One of the Largest and Most Complete Men's and Women's Stores in PortlandThe Fixtures Alone Cost Thousands of Dollars It Will Pay Every Man and Woman in th$ iCity of Portland to r
Attend This Great Sale, for, Unlike Other Sales, the Merchandise in This Store Is Brand New, and Not One Article Will Be Reserved Everything Must Go The. Entire Stock Must Be, Closed Out at Once.. , ,
STORE IS : CLOSED- ;, : . ; .. ,
Gireat Sale Will 'Sitairfc Tomorow atiO'a0m
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- Merchandise Will Be Handed Out at the Greatest Sacrifice Ever. Seen on the! Pacific Coast.
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Just Around the Corner .
Off Morrison Street
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This Store is positively going out of business. ' The entire stock will be cold out.
Fixtures for sale. Store for rent with lease. Terry ifi: Harris. Agents. Yeon bWg.
ATTENTION, LADIES '
We will sell, ..while they last, Five Hundred
Pairs of Shoes, values' $3.00, at 10c 'A PAIR
LADIES
We have One Hundred House Dresses, Value
$1.00; ; we -
' ". ' MEN-- - .V
Our full stock hundreds of Mallory Hats, guar
anteed $3.50 and $4.00 values, all new, while
they last $1.98. ' "
One big lot of $3.00 Oxford Shoes, Two Hun-;
dred and Fifty Pairs, while they fast, 50c PAIR
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