The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, May 05, 1916, Page 20, Image 20

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    THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL
5
20
FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1818.
PORTLAND. OREGON.-
ENSQN
HOPS
UPON
LIBHTNER'S ALLEGED
1- n-
CAMPAIGN
MISDEEDS
Candidate Accused of Trying
to Capitalize Connection
With Columbia Highway,
STATEMENT IS GIVEN OUT
Famous Highway was Bollt in Splt
' of Commissioner xagbtner, Baya
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!
) ?That W. K Ilxhtner, candidate for
county comrniBsionT, Is Improperly
jtrylng to make political capital out of
hla connection with the Columbia river
highway to further Ms campaign for
reflection as a member of the oounty
commission, u chanted in a state
ment made today by S. Benson, the
philanthropist wno cave J!enon park.
OH the highway, to the city, and In
Other ways forwarded the completion
'Of the great scenic road.
i Mr. Benson also charges that Sight
ner usfng county employes to ac
company him In a house to houne can-
.vasa.
3 Mir. Benson'u statement follows:
! Statement Is Issued.
"'I mett by the Oregonlon of yesterday
Jthati the Columbia river highway is
played up In its local loiumns bo as to
' RlVe the Impression that Mr. Light ner
waa a strong advocate of this scenic
road.
I It la evident this Impression la
given out by him for the purpose of
(furthering his reelection, lie now
would have the public understand that
'he was strong for it; that "we" (the
commissioners) urged the O-W. R. &
iN. Co. to permit the road to get by
. On eon t a and that "we" "walled in sus
pense" for their decision.
-The facts are. the advisory board,
appointed over the protest of Mr.
llgntner. and Mr. Lancaster, also ap
pointed ovt-r his proteft. and Itoad
maater Yeon. obtained this concession
from the railroad company. At no
time has Mr. Lightner been In 'su
penae'' lest. the highway be not built.
He never was in sympathy with its
construction, and in many cases re
fused to O. K. warrants drawn for por
tions of its cost.
V Built In Spite of Elm.
It was not with the assistance of Mr.
Lightner that the Columbia river high
way was built, but in spite of him.
'He. -no doubt, is honest In his un-
I progressive ideas. His period of 1
t years in office as commissioner is in
j inverse ratio to the amount of educa
tion, he has absorbed along progressive
lines.
'4 .'1 also criticise bin using his bridge
; and ferry empiojes to accompany him
i In making his house to house canvas.-
for reelection. Tins flavors more of
.politics than business ef t icirncy. This
. litt la now doing iudustriousl v.
H. B K.N SON.
To Consider Hours
J Of Cannery Workers
ilvmitfc "Mah Vint r!nm-nlBrtrti tn ...
Wit Women to Work 13 Hours Dally
, . to Meet California.
' "The Hours of Labor for Women In
Canneries." will be the subject before
the Oregon Civic league luncheon in
the Oregon building at noon tomorrow.
Fruit canners want the industrial wel
fare commission to permit a 12-tiour
day for women in canneries, to meet
California competition and to enable
canners to dispose of perishable fruit
aa it ripens. Kmploycs ure that per
ishable fruit should not be cared for
at the expense of the perishable health
of women and girls. The viewpoint
of the canner will be presented by A.
Rupert, of the employes, by Mrs. L.
Gee.; of the public, in-. William K Os
tium, and or the physician, by Iji:
Jessie M, MeGaviii.
J)r. Bloch Funeral !
To Be Held Today!
Babel Jonah Wiae to Conduct Services !
'at Temple Beth Xarael; Fall Bearers;
, Are named. j
"' Rabbi Jonah B. Wise will conduct)
funeral services for I r. Jacob Bloch,
rabbi emeritus of Congregation Beth
Israel, who died at his home r86 I
Couch street, Wednesday night. The
cervices are to be held in Temple Betti
larael at 2 o'clock 4hls afternoon and ;
interment will be in Beth Israel ceuie- j
tery.
Honorary pallbearers are Slg Sictiel,
Bernard Neustadter, Philip Lowengart,
Max O. Flelschman. Sol Mlumaurr, Kev.
T. Ja. KHot, Adolphe Wolfe and D. Soils
Cohen. The active pallbearers are i
Bamson Hlrsoh, Otto J. Kraemer, Wal-
ter Rbaenfeld, Julius L. Meier. Milton 1
Freldenrlch and Anslem Boskowitz. !
Coos Man Pleads
Guilty; Is Paroled
Charles Michaela Shot James Hobaon
;' lm the Arm When They Had Dispute
- About Some Kay.
-,j Marahfleld, Or.. May 6. Charles Mi
chaels, in the circuit, court at Coqullle,
Pleaded guilty to a charge of shooting
amea Hobson. on a farm near Myrtle
Point. The men had some trouble
about aome hay, and Michaels, who
la a young man, shot Hobson, the bul
let) atriklng htm in the arm. Hobson
la la atock buyer. - On recommendation
of! the district attorney. Judge Hamil
ton paroled Michaels.
V- : '
prtland Boys Are
I Pardoned Today
TWO Who Took aa Automobile Turned
Ovtr to Custody of Belativea Before
Being1 Committed to Prison.
Salem. Or., May 6. Raymond Tlrl-
btfry, aged 20 years, and Robert Ward,
aged 19 years, Portland boys, under
eentence of from one to 20 years in
the., atate prison for larceny, were
freed thla morning by Governor Withy
eombe. who issued conditional pardons
to both. They had not been com
fnitted to PliBon. Ttrlbury will be 1n
the custody of his aunt, Mrs. Lenora
Peterson, of Portland, and Ward In !
Itbo - custody of Mrs. W. E. Moore of
Portland.
: Clemency waa recommended by Cir
cuit' Judge Sktpworth, who aentenced
thm,' and TJlstr1rt Attorney Clarke,
i ,The youths stole an automobile.
Free Pathescope and Story
Hour for Children Saturday
Five reels "The Lust of Gold," a three-reel film; "The Policeman's Mistake," and
"The Water Beetle and Its Larvae."
Auditorium, Sixth Floor, Saturday Afternoon, 2 and 4 P. M.
Stories told by Georgiana Englehart "Teenely Tiny Duck" (illustrated), and "The
Little Red Hen." Auditorium, Sixth Floor.
V 1807
EsUUUred
The- Quality" Stor& of Portland'
TUO, .Sixth forrisary Alder Sta
A "Brownie" Camera Will Add
Much Pleasure to Your Summer
We have a complete line from 1.25 to $12. For the children and for the beginner
a "Brownie"' will prpve a source of never-ending pleasure. KODAKS from f 6 to 566.
SATURDAY SPECIALS $1.25 7xio loose-leaf photo album, 83c; 25c 1-pouiut pack
age Eastman acid fixing powder, 18c.
Get films here for your Sunday outin
ceived.
fresh supply of Eastman films just re-
Kodak Shop, Main Floor.
Last Day of Nemo Week
Special display and demonstration of
new Nemo corsets, designed to give def
inite aids to various figures, with partic
ular attention paid to stout figures.
In spite of anticipated rise in price,
here now at $3.50, $4 and $4.50.
Corset Shop, Third floor.
A Day of Unlimited Money-Saving Opportunities in
j
Our 59th Anniversary
Sale
The Care of Your Eyes
is a very important nutter. If they
need attention, come in and let one of
our graduate optometrists examine
them. Glasses will be prescribed only
if actually required.
Lenses carefully ground by latest im
proved machinery, according to pre
scription. Balcony, Sixth St.
f
MEN'S FURNISHINGS SHOP
MEN! READ WHAT WE VE DONE TO PRICES IN THIS ANNIVERSARY
SALE OF NEW SHIRTS
THANKS to our furnishings chief's foresight, we're fortified with stocks large enough
to withstand the biggest throngs that will hurry here tomorrow for these great
shirt bargains. Men, and women who buy for men, will find a perfect bonanza
in our Men's Shop Saturday. Shirts for every man at a range of prices to suit every
one's purse and ALL AT BIG SAVINGS. Come early, if possible, but be sure to get
here some time. You'll marvel that we can possibly do it with costs as high as they are
today.
$1 Shirts Only 49c
I 1 1 I I I p
Included are the well-known "Paragon Dollar'
Shirts and many others of equally good quality.
All coat style, with both soft and satrched cuffs,
All are full cut. A fine variety of neat striped patterns.
$1.50 Shirts at 85c
You'll be surprised to find good madras, crepe
cloths, repps and sateens in this wonderful group
remarkably underpriced. Lots of them, too:
Newest patterns. Soft French cuffs. Splendid
workmanship. Perfect fitting.
Regular $2
New Shirts
SL39
Fine luster cloth shirts in at
tractive shades of blue, gray
and lavender, with self - satin
stripes. Soft French cuffs, gen
uine pearl buttons. Every one
an exceptional value at our reg
ular low price of $2.00. Tomor
row, $1.39.
Fine Pure
Silk Shirts
85
Wash Silk Shirts every
thread pure silk. In nobby new
stripes of black, blue, purple,
gold, green and pink, and
some very smart multicolor
effects. Excellent workman
ship throughout and very spe
cially priced at $2.85.
$5 Pure
Silk Shirts
$3o8S
The finest quality of pure
silk you could ask for at the
regular price ! A variety of new
Summer patterns, including
many colored and self-satin
striped effects. You will want
several for Summer days at
this special price $3.85.
Best $6
Silk Shirts
$465
Extra heavy quality of pure
silk shirts always popular
with the carefully dressed man.
ome show all - over satin
stripes, while many are in novel
clusters of single or combina
tion stripes and colors. Won
derful specials at $4.65.
$6-$6.50
Silk Shirts
$4.95
Crepe c!e Chine and Pussy
Willow Taffeta of an unusu
ally fine quality. These two
favorites in plain colors and
beautifully striped designs.
Guaranteed to give the ultimate
of satisfaction.
Men's Fnrniahlnga Shop. Main Floor
HOSIERY SHOP
MEIER & FRANK'S 59TH ANNIVERSARY SALE
Scores of "Good Things" in
Women's & Children's
Summer Hosiery
"M. & F." Special Women's Hose
3 Pairs in Box, $1.25
Good mercerized lisle, black and white. Double garter
welts, full fashioned, reinforced at all wear points. All
sizes. We stand back of every pair.
Women's 35c Full-Fashioned Hose, 25c
Double tops and soles, splendid wearing quality. Black,
white, pink, gray, Copen, helio, navy, etc. All sizes.
Regular 35c grade for 25c.
Women's Silk Boot Hose, Pair 50c
3 pairs $1.35. All new spring shades. l ine quality silk
boot with lisle tops and soles, bspecially suited for wear
with low shoes.
Women's Silk Lisle Hose, Pair 35c
3 pairs $1. "Radmoor" make durable, with six
thread heels and toes, double lisle elastic tops. Black,
white and tans, in all women's sizes.
Women's Fiber Silk Hose, Pair 38c
2 pairs 75c. Second selections, direct from the mill
our 50c grades with but very slight imperfections. Black,
white and all colors, all sizes.
"Black Gat" and "Cadet" Hose
Box of 6 Pairs, $1.40
All one size or assorted in box. Styles for boys and
girls. Triple knees, linen heels and toes, light, medium
and heavy weights. Knitted and finished for service.
Children's Sox, Pair 25c
3 Pairs 65c
Summer socks for small girls and boys sizes 4 to 9.
Assortment of styles, some all one color, others novelty
tops in contrasting shades.
Hosiery Sliop. Main Floor
J
GIRLS SHOP
Many New
MEIER & FRANK'S 69TH ANNIVERSARY SALE
Wearables. Here
for Younger Girls
Pretty spring and summer suits, coats, dresses garments
of every description for girls 2 to 16 years the srt
girls are proud to wear. And at reduced prices, tool
$6.49 New Coats, $4.95
8 to 14 jears. Smart little black and wl.ite coats in fine and
medium chjpcks. Made with flared skirt and normal waist. Tail
ored, yet dressy.
$2.49 Wash Frocks, $1.98
6 to 1 4 years. Awning stripes, very becoming to growing
girls. These washable, awning striped frocks are made with
ioat effect of solid color, showing two novel, full pockets, full
pleated skirt of striped material. In rose, green and Copen,
they're very smart!
$1.25 Middies Only 89c
Sizes 3 6 to 44 to fit both girls and women. Two styles, one
with laced front, the other open. Of blazer striped poplin
white with light or navy blue.
$4.50-$4.95 Infants' and Children's Hats, $3.98
A speciail showing of hats for little folk. Milan hemps, fancy
braids, etc., trimmed with ribbon and flowers. Many styles.
Girls' Shop, Second Floor.
BOYS' SHOP
Boys' New "Sampeck" Suits
For Summer Wear
Nationally Known for Quality and
Style
When you buy a "Sampeck" suit, you can rest
assured that you are getting the very best that
money can produce! These new models are smart
and snappy in style and the workmanship through
out is of the very highest order.
There's a host of new "Sampecks" here in latest
models. Sizes 6 to 18 years.
Every fancy "Sampeck" has 2 pair of knickers.
Priced $7.50 to $16.50.
Summer Hats for Boys
For the big boys there are Panamas, silks,
vorsteds and felts in new models for spring
and summer wear. Sizes 614 to 7 priced 5 0c to $5.
For the little fellows there are mannish little Panamas, silks, worst
eds and wash materials, in white and colors. Sizes to 7 priced
50c to $5. .
CAPS in a wide assortment for boys of all ages. Sizes 6H to 7
priced 50c to $1.50.
Sole Agents for Kaynee Wash Tog's
Boys- Shop. Third Floor
APPAREL SHOP
Here Are Some Very
Smart New Coats!
A 11 at Very Moderate Prices
Whatever your plans are for the
Summer, your wardrobe will include
at least one coat. You will surely be
interested in this new showing of Sum
mer coats just received.
There are lovely white chinchillas,
plain poplins, neat checks and all sorts
of silks some fancy, others plain.
A popular style Is the sports model,
with patch pockets and belt, but many
show quite a flare, either of pleats or
ripples over the hips, with side belt
and front and back plain.
Awning-striped taffetas and Jerseys
are popular, and plain taffetas very
smart. They're here in all sizes and
styles.
Moderately priced, $10,
$1230, $15, $1930 to $25.
Apparel Shop. Fourth Floor
59TH ANNIVERSARY SALE
Extra Large
"SUNKIST"
Oranges 30c
Just in from the best orcha&s, 100-tp-case
size. Full case, $2.35 half case,
$1.20.
39c
Dessert Fruits, Peaches, Pears,
Pineapple, No. cans, 3 for
Eastern Ham, sugar-
cured, whole or half,
pound 20Wc.
Butter, Royal Banquet,
fancy make, the roll,
63c.
Victor Bacon, 8 to 10-
Ib. strips, half strips,
lb. 24 He
Boiled Ham, surplus fat
removed, sliced, the
pound 35c
Fresh Sausages, Frank
furters, WeinerwursU,
pound 15c
Tillamook Cheese, fancy
quality, pound 20c.
Salad Cherries, Royal
Annes,.. medium bot
tles, 35c small bot
tles 20c.
Victor Coffee, rich, 3 5c
blend, 2 pounds, 55c;
pound 28c
Sandwich Tuna, ready
for sandwiches, tin
5c
Imported Sardines, fine
fish, No. V cans 19c.
jnntb Floor, ruu ...
59TH ANNIVERSARY SALE
One - Day Sale of
Dahlias
7l2c
2000 Bulbs
Choice at
Cactus, single, show, decorative and
peony varieties. Strong, healthy all
bulbs with eyes. Tagged with names.
3000 Bulbs
Choice at
5c
Standard varieties, mixed cactus, dec
orative, show and single. Bulbs not
tagged with names. All with eyes.
No phone orders or deliveries.
Basement Balcony
J
59TH ANNIVERSARY SALE
GARDEN
HOSE
Canvas covered, inner tube of rubber.
Complete with couplings sand adjustable
spray nozzle. Guaranteed 'for season.
$4.75 50-foot, H-inch Cot- Q ffV
ton Hose JOeO7
$5.50 50-foot, ?i-inch Cot- fTQ
ton Hose y.OU
Basement.
i
MEN S CLOTHING SHOP
The Very Best Clothes Value We Know of at the Price!
Meier & Franks "Standard"
Men's and Young Men's
SUITS at $25 .
Our Assortment of Suits at $2." is llie most select assem
blage of clothes it is possible to find anywhere at this well
liked figure. i
Certain hard and fast conditions of membership are laid down
all for the protection of our patrons and every garment must pass
a rigorous, searching test for quality, style, pattern, color and service
before being admitted.
Thafs why we feature clothing from such
. f f r 1
nationally iamous maKers as
Alfred, Decker & Cohn Society
Brand), Hickey-Freeman, Adler
Rochester and Rogers-Peet.
All-wool materials, advanced and conservative styles English box
back and new "pinch-back" models. Newest anc most desirable pat
terns and colorings. All sizes to fit men of every build.
Every suit guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction ! Third Floor.
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