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THE .OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND," FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21. 1917.
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INFORMATION
U54TH DAT Or 1T
COM IN O ETKHTS
' Ores nri Irrl ratios Comr s Portland. - Jul-
' WEATHER COKDITI03CS '
Titer te a. alight depreeaion onr lb Jo"r
Laie recbm, and bish pnamn obtain ovar the
remainder of tha country. General fait weather
inc. tha Dakotaa, If Inneeot and Manitoba, where
Britiah Columbia, Weetern Waahington, Wrom
tnY toe Dakotaa, Minneeotaand Manitoba, where
tight precipitation baa occurred. The weather b
cooler ob moat of tha Western Highland, tn the
: Hirer valley, upper Lake region, eait Golf, aouth
- and middle Atlantic atatea; temperature chaoses
uewnera Bare generally been unimportant except
. in central Eastern Britiah Columbia and northern
T Hakatchwmn, where the tempera to ree hare riaen
24 degrees and 14 degreea, reepectirly. Temper
ature continue eeova normal B the Xorthwaat,
and they are below normal in Central California
and Nerada,
. Tha Willamette river ia fallinc at stationa tenth
. of Oregon City and at Portland, where tha Mgh-
aat point, 19.7 'feet waa reached yeeterday. It ia
1 expected that the river will fall tlowly for the
next two or three day.
, TODAY'S FORECAST
Portland and ricinitj Tonight and Saturday
nun. moderate easterly winds. '
Oregon and Washington Tonight and Bettir-
UJ rain, itvih easterly wind, tncreaaing in forae.
T. FBANCIS DRAKK.
- Meteorologist.
OBSEHVATIOITS
STATIONS.
Baker. Or .
Borton, Mm
Chicago. Ill
IenTer, Colo,
Imluth, Minn. . . . .
Eureka. Cal
Gal rest on, Texa , . .
Harre, Mont.
Jackaonrille, Fl. . .
Kama City. Mo. . .
l-cwiiton, Idaho . . .
1 Angela, CaL . . .
Marahflekt, Or. ....
Minneapolis, Minn. .
New Orlean. La . . .
New York City
North Head. Wuh. .
North Yakima, Waah
roruana, ur.
Koeebnrg . .
rUcramento, Call .
fit Louia, Mo
Bait Iake. UUh . . .
Han Franciaeo, Cal.
Seattle, Waah. .-.
Spokane. Waah. . .
; Tatookh Inland . . .
Triangle bland . . .
Vanpourer. B. C. . .
Mails Walla. Wash
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TOWN TOPICS
Calvary Chares to Celserate. The
Christmas celebration ot Calvary Pro
bjrteriart church will be held thli eve
evanlnf. An attractive program had
wen prepare by the Sunday school
iiiciuainj a pageant entitled. "The
opirn or. ennstroas." W. H. le,
president ot Albany col less, wm pre.
'new 10 tne cnurch a portrait of his
brother. Dr. B. Trumbull JL, firs
pastor or calvary church. All former
members and friends of the church ara
curaiauy invited to attend.
Two
Mi Injured Tom rtaiiah.
J88 Webster, an emDlova of th r t.'
& P. company, age 60. was taken to the
Good Samaritan hospital this morning
"'" rcturna jg received when run
" vj uu. uaiiagner was dipping
water from a hole near the cr tia.w
TVhen the truck, driven by Dewey Brown,
of the Haaelwood company, struck him.
Slight injuries were received by H. J.
Johnson. 37. of 673 Irving, when he was
.struck by a falling timber at the Port
" land L timber company this morning. He '
was taken to the Good Samaritan hos
pital. , Telephone Operators Kuttii unit
ot telephone operators la to be organ
ized for service In the signal corps to
see immediate service in France. The
applicants must be able to speak both
English and French. They will wear
the uniform of the nurses in the army.
runner imormation can be had by ap
plication to Colonel George a ToUng at
the army . recruiting station in the
Worcester building.
lr. McMahos, Chiropractor. Adjust
ments made easy. (Adv.)
Slg SIchel invites you to call and In
spect their complete stock of cigars,
smokers' articles and world famous
candles. Distributors of "Websters."
clear Havana cigars. 'We deliver
promptly to any part of the city. Two
stores 347 Washington street and 92
, Third street. (Adv.)
Will Speak on Jadalsm A lecture
on Judaism will be delivered by Rabbi
.Louis I. Eggleson of Cincinnati at
Temple. Beth Israel tonight at
o'clock. All men and women are cor
dially invited. Rabb! Eggleson is dl'
roster of education and organization
work for itheuUnion of American He
brew Congregations . and the Pacific
coast. Bible Study oarcie, which is free
to all, meets Wednesday at at the
Public library. '
Exteasloa Classes Tonight.- Special
topics for discussion in the University
of Oregon Extension courses, at Cen
tral library this evening are: ,The In
terests of Childhood," Dr. B. W. De
Busk; Bird Flight," Dr. John Bovard;
"Dissonance In General With Special
Reference to the Seventh Chord.' In Dr.
John J. DandsDury's harmony course,
and "A Continuation of the Study of
Inventions, Especially lumbers 13 and
14," In the Musical Analysis course. Dr.
George Rebec's : class will be held as
usual this evening-. Prof. A. F. Red
dle's class "Vlll not meet this week nor
next. , - A'.' .i.
Bey Scouts to Hike Saturday after
noon the Boy Scouts of Portland will
start on a two day hike to Troutdale.
under the supervision of; Scout Ex ecu
tive James E- Brockway. The boys will
take enough food to last them for six
meals and will return some time Mon
day before p. m. .
Bird' Talk to Be Give. Mrs. Mamie
Campbell will talk on birds before the
Audubon BlrdaWb at its regular weekly
meeting Saturday night at 8 o'clock in
the story hour room, Central library,
"My Bird Neighbors" will be the subject
of the talk, and Mrs. Campbell will show
many new pictures of bird life. - The
publio Is Invited. '
Story Class to Meet- The Short Story
Pclass, conducted by Professor liable
Holmes Parsons of the university ox
Oregon, will meet at 7 :45 Saturday eve
ning In room H of the library. The
class In ithe teaching of English will
not meet tomorrow morning.
Tlctor Brandt Improving. -Victor
Brandt, of the Carlton hotel, injured
Thursday in the elevator at that place.
la allKhtlv improved at the Good Sa
maritan hospital this morning. An X
ray examination of the injury will be
made today. ,
Dyke HQ1 Jnry Disagrees For the
second time a federal jury disagreed
tn the case of Dyke Hiu, renaxeton
horseman, charged with - violating the
Mann act. The first disagreement was
announced Thanksgiving noon, tne sec
ond Thursday.
British Bed Cross Society Sale of
remainder of articles left over at the
Britiah section of basaar, Saturday
evening. K. P. hall. Eleventh and Alder,
Proceed a go to basaar fund. All inter
ested invited to attend. Advi
Men's Retort Program- Claire M
Godfrey, leader of the Centenary Meth
odist Episcopal church choir, will give
a program at the Men's Resort Satur
day night at I o'ciocn.
Steamer Jessie Harkiss 'for Camas
Waabougal and 'way landings dally, ex
cept Sunday; leaves Washington street
dock at p. ra. (Adv.)
Steamer Iralda for St Helena and
Rainier, daily at t :I0 p. ro., foot ot Al
der street ; Sunday. St- Helens only, 1 :30
p. sn. (Adv.)
Largest assortment of Christmas cut
flowers and potted plants. Irvington
Park Floral company. New Central
Market, 4th and Yamhill. (Adv.)
' Hotel Moore, Seaside, Or., openr for the
holidays. Rates. S3 and S3.50 per day.
American plan. Adv.
MsCargsr. Bates IJvely. Fire,
casualty and automobile insurance, Teen
bids. Telephone Main lit. (Adv.)
Bsldlnc the Jeweler Diamonds and
ether thing. H Alder. Main MS2. Ad.
Br. "B. C Brows. JEye, Ear. -Mohawk
building, v (Adv.)
Best of All Beverages! Surely the
answer is Bevo. V (Adv.)
Staples the Jeweler open nlghtaAtJv.
ARTHURS
Dim
DIES
AT AGE OF 73;
FUNERAL ON
SUNDAY
Services Will Be .Conducted at
Crematorium by Dr. A.
Scott Bledsoe. '
Vacation Cut Short
'- ' By Mills on Harbor
-
Aberdeen,- Wash-. Deer. 20, Logging
camps will close for three, or at most,
fear day this Christmas, thereby com
plying with the government request for
a short holiday period. In order that the
production of spruce for airplanes and
fir for ships may receive as little set
back as possible.
Sawmills and shipyards wllf be closed
only .one day Christmas. Resumption of
activities) in all ot the camps la set for
next Thursday, the only days the camps
will be closed betng" Monday. Tuesday
and Wednesday. Some of the companies
hope to be able to resume activities
Wednesday, ox the - morning after
Christmas. - '
Terrible Predicament
Ton want to give Mm cigars, a pipe.
cigarexte case, tooaooo
one ex
aids. Tou
nouoh or some
the great variety of smokers
need expert advice, and a
variety to choose from. We specialise
in both. Slg Sichel A Co., two stores,
347 Washington and 3 Third at- Adv.
December II. 22, 24. Adv.
Bevo
In
(Anheuser-Busch) Include
your Xmaa list. Adv.
Arthur' S. Dickinson. ' aged 71. a na
tive of Springfield, Masa. and a resi
dent of Portland for eight years, died
this morning at his borne. 1080 East
Grant street. Mr. Dickinson was a sew
ing machine adjuster, and was well
known to many people In this city. He
was an Odd Fellow and a member of
the Royal Arcanum In Springfield. Mr.
Dickinson Is survived by three daugn-
A BT - SW nu.tvaU.aaarW A W aTVek laT
t.. m..K --a tv.T. a .nA K-oiH Co. will remain
a member of the First Spiritualist church
of this city. Funeral services will be held
at-the. Portland crematorium at J p.
m. Sunday, Dr. A. Scott Bledsoe offi
ciating. The F. 8. Dunning company.
414 East Alder street, have charge OX
arrangements, "
Alex Anderson
Alex Anderson, 51 years old. died at
the home of his daughter. Mrs. E. Do
lan. 1011 East Fifth street north.
Wednesday following a long illness. He
was a native of Sweden, and had lived
in the Northwest nearly all his life.
He Is survived by a widow in Aber
deen, where Mr. Anderson resided un
til lately. The body was forwarded
Thursday to Aberdeen by Wilson Ross
for funeral services and Interment.
wseS-eSBPSeaaBaswamBaasWaWBSWsewg.
Mrs. Anas Masoa 1
Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Mason,
who died December 1. at her home,
15 East Eighth street will be held
Monday, at 1 p. m., at the conservatory
chapel of F. 8. Dunning. 414 East Alder
stxeet. Rex. W. B. Hlnson officiating.
Mrs. Mason was a native of Canada,
aged 60, and had resided m Portland
for 17 years. She is survived by three
daughters.
Drrodnaugbts Win Water Polo Game
ft, Tnrruwtoea ef the Multnomah club
water polo league suffered another de
feat Monday night. losing 10 ue ureaa
naughts by the score ef to X. The
Dreadnaughts lead the league with five
victories and one aereat. ine ww7
era won from the Submarines. I t t
peri
Mo
ve-
onday.
ana fr. Hall '
TnLMT- tt ' fTuuldn-t bcCfcsar without,'
On Children of Home 1 wiyMtctoc. wc offer
Ketary Osb Plaat te Make Christmas -OCaVily DCrTiCd. -
Arpj isr n aui ei eraser jetewuvBi
Hemer Wemta te reek Baskets.
The Rotary club announces this morn
ing that It has completed aH arrange
ments to convince the children of the
Fraser Detention borne that there la aa
"honest to aoodnees Santa Clans who
has filled his pack with presents for
them all.
The club's annua! Christmas enter
tainment with tree aad Santa Clans for
the pleasure of the waifs from the borne
will be bold at a local hotel Sunday aft
ernoon at 4 :10. followed by a dinner.
The women of the club will pack
Christmas baskets for the needy Satur
day morning aad the men will distribute
them Monday morning. Christmas music
Sunday afternoon will be directed by
Harold Huribnt aad Mayo Metbot will
star In the program of entertainment.
Mrs. E. K. Seott will give a Christmas
reading.
7 rcrc55ius5 Wff
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Evening Shoppers Busy
The Christmas trade la en in full blast
at the Brownsville Woolen Mill .store,
and to accommodate men who work
during the day the store will keep open
until 1 p. m. (Adv)
ItyoackrrotcaJLfixjnD wgwffl select
gata aiuuuiTir Aim
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Look for This Sign
Food Survey Will -Be
Made in Montana
Butte. Mont.. Dec SI. (I. . SO A
general food survey of Montana, to be
gin December 31, was ordered today
by the United States department of ag
riculture and instructions for its prose
cution sent to local agents. The survey
will include every available food supply,
including finished and stored products
as well as livestock and field crops.
Yields 33 Quarts of Joy
As Louts Calich stepped off the train
St the Union station early Thursday
morning just out from California, Pa
trolman Welch and Sergeant Brothers
greeted him. At the police station his
suitcase gave up 22 quarts of liquor.
A method has been developed in Eu
rope for manifolding books in raised
characters for thejise of-the blind.
11 .t-UXlJ.JJ .U
Last Minute
Suggestions
Neckwear
50c-75c-$l-$2
REEFERS
$l-$2-$3-$5
Dress' Gloves . . .$2.50
Suspenders 50c75c$l
Silk Hose .... 65c-75c
Join thm Red Crott
"Tomorrow
II.H.RANK1N?
0oV i HUjjji o( us piiuip II1II11U i
M i 3 1 m u 1
Third at Oak St. Only
Every Article of Men's Wear
Mover Qo. Co.
(Inc.)
"When you see it in our ad, it's so."
CUSTOM TAILORS
Clothiers Haberaaafcera
112 Sixth St.
1
Convenient Shopping List
For Belated Shoppers
Our low; East Side prices are bringing hundreds of
Christmas shoppers to our store the store that will
save you money. '
For Ladies
' Box of 3 and 6 Handkerchiefs,
tic to 1.
plE CliniSTtlASlI
tt ,ST0RE H
liaiwtwwaaiwnaiiaSillS W
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B.m-geig a j iMafca e
Kiffe cieiViiiM i.Wm . n Ce a M
Silk Umbrellas, green, ntvy,
burgundy, 14 and $5.
Georgette and -Crepe Waists,
special $4.98. -
Toilet Sets, $1.50 to 7.50.
Gloves, Baskets, Mirrors, fancy
Turkish Towels, Neckwear, Silt
Petticoats, Hand Purses, Boudoir
Carps and hundreds of other good
lifts. .
For Men Toys Low Priced
Xmas Slippers
Fslt Xraas Slippers for ladles
and men. Very comfortable, and
a practical gift. $l to 1.50.
Silk Neckwear, 2Sc-l.
Suspendersin fancy
boxes. -
. Initial Hdks, I2c.
Shaving Sets, 75c to $2.
Dress Shirts, Box Col
lars, Mackinaws, House .
CoatsT - Umbrellas, Bath
Robes, Gloves, Slippers, :
Shoes, . Hosiery, "jewelry.
Shaving' Sets. .
W, H. Markell & Co.
We have henn tnA rnatritv b
shoppers that our prices on toys are
10 to 25 lower than those asked
on tht West Side. You can get what
you want here and Also save - money.
Large stock of dolls, all sixes and
kinds. Kid body dolls at every price
M
Stores .
Eren-
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East Morrison Street At 'Union Arenue
, TRADING STAMPS
Ye OREGON GRILLE
WE ARK MAKING RESERVATIONS FOR
CftrtfitmaJBinner ietD gear's be.
fl.OQ PER CHAIR
December 31
$1.50 PER PLATE
December 25
D-7Do not wait, until the last minute ta'piake
your reservation as you may be disappointed.
As soon as all tables are reserved we will stop the sale of reserva
tions, and on New Year's Eve no one will be admitted to the Grille
without reservatioa tickets of admission.
SUNSET ROUTE
To the EAST
Costs Little More
Takes you through Sunny Southern Cali
fornia land of old missions, semi-tropical
vegetation and ripe oranges.
You may visit the Apache Trail and enjoy
the wonders of Arizona, New Mexico,
Texas and Louisiana.
t
Sunset Limited '
offers unusuaj comfort
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City Ticket Office, 131 Fourth Street
Phones Mats S&00, A-6704
JOHN M. SCOTT, General PaMena-er.Aaat
PertW,OntM r
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
OPEN .
usjotn mkw BURAaKattarr -
CLAREMONT
TAVERN
Chicken Dinners
Steaks
Oysters
Least rsrom wnwm omdim
Main 59
Reliable Dentistry
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TELEPHONES MARSHALL 1 HOME A 6281
Thm Market ot Cleanliness and Sanitary Sarrotmdinga
Promote thm axtcheee of thm Red Cross. Call and join
today. Let this bm your earnest Christmas thought.
Come One And All
Shop Early Tomorrow
Xmas downtown shoppers, dont overlookour list of the :
most sensible meat suggestions for yours, or any, other
family table." Buy here tomorrow and receive the great
satisfaction and appreciation, found ia this list of JON&S'
QUALITY MEATS. . .. . '
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'
Prime Steer Gnun Fed Pig Pork
Rib Roasts, lb .....25c
Rolled Roasts, lb. ....... .20c
Ramp Roasts, lb.. . . .l8c20e
Shot. Pot Routs, Ib....l6c18c
Round Steak, lb.., 23c
Plats or Brisket, lb 15c
Choice Corned Beef, lb 15c
Shi. Roasts, choicest cuts, lb 22c
Fancy Loin Roasts, lb...... 30c
Fresh Spare Ribs, lb .17c
Fresh Pip' Feet, lb ....8c
Meaty Back Bones, lb...... .8c
Shot Spare Ribs,' lb ...8c
Fresh. Pork Kidneys, lb...... 8c
GENUINE 1917 SPRING LAMB
Let or Lola Routs, lb 28c Lamb Cutlets, lb. . ..7 25c
Shoulder Routs, lb 23c Lamb Stew, lb 15c
Fresh Veal Loaf, lb. . . 20c Veal Sausage, lb. .... . 20c
JONES' PURE PIG PORK SAUSAGE, delicious.? sea.
soned. Sold in one pound cartons .35c each
: " 7 :
JONES' "PRIDE OF OREGON" Smoked
Meats at special reduced prices tomorrow
Hams, half or whole, Ib.t .30c
Bacon, half or whole atrip, lb 40c-42c
Tenderloin Bacis, half or whole, lb 35c
Special Bacon, lb .....30c
Cottages, lb . .30c Picnics, lb .23c
CLOSED ALL DAY CHRISTMiVS
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YEAR-END
Holiday
FARES
TO ALL POINTS IN THE
PACIFIC NORTHWEST
From
Central Oregon, on Oregon
Trunk Ry December 20
.to IS.
North Bank Road, Rainier
to Spokane, December 20
to 25.
Willamette Valley, on Ore
rda Electric Ry., Decern-,
her 23 to 25, and Decem
ber 29, 30, 31 and Jan-
. cary 1, 1918. -
Beck Ua Oar SeloW
at the Front I
TO BEACH POINTS
$3 Round Trip ;
December. 22, 23, 24 and
December 29 to 31. Re--turn
limit Wednesday
following date of sale.
North Bank Ticket Office
'Fifth and Stark St.
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