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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, THURSDAY,
, : TO GET CLEMENCY
Court ' Martial Sentences in
France Win Be; Remitted, 1$
Information to Chamberlain.
' Washington, July IT. (WASH
INGTON BUREAU OF THE JOUR
NAL) Lieutenant Colonel S. T. An-
ell, judge advocate. ' has notified
Senator Chamberlain that he has ap
proved recommendations of the army
clemency board for remission of un
expired sentences and the restora
tion to-duty of seven members of
the 147th field artillery, confined at
8t. Jolre, France. - ' . '
.These men were court mart ialed for
a - raid upon a Frenchman's -wine cellar
and were sentenced to dishonorable dis
charge, forfeiture of pay and imprison-
ment for one year. , Four of the men-
Cook John Payne and Privates Ernst
C. Handt. Carl tVt Blied and Vane IL
geely were of Company A of Portland,
I the others, Wagoner Fred O'Rourke,
Sergeant . Claude Duval and Private
T1..I.I f- i
, incir counsel, uapiun jurncB n. kjm y
Jr.-of Portland, has contended that the
sentences wer excessive and out of line
with sentences of two and three months
Imposed upon 10 other members of the
. same regiment for a similar offense. He
pointed out that the men served honor
ably, except for this misstep, for a year
In France, five months of the time in the
i com une. ,
- . . .
Eule to. Conserve.
. Water in Medford
: J Passed by Council
.Medford, July 17. Owing to the enor-i
- rrious consumption of water in Medford
during the present hot spell, and the
: necessity of keeping enough water in
.the reservoir for fire service, the city
council has restricted sprinkling to
every other day from 4 a. m. to 11 a.
and from 4 p. m. to li p. m.
'City Garbage Cof lector Released
Medford. July 17. F. T. Allen, city
garbae-s collector, was Wednesday re
leased for a day from the county jail.
to which he was committed Tuesday on
a. 16 days suspended sentence imposed
two weeks ago by Justice Taylor for
throwing carcasses of dead animals on
his garbage dumping ground Juet outside
the city, in order that the justice might
Investigate further. Allen claims that
he Is being maliciously persecuted.
Great Northern Is
Honor Road During
'No , Accident' Week
HiijftcrM'vhonOrs In the '""no accident
week" ca tpalgn, held on the North
western rational roads during the week
of June i V go . to the Chicago Great
Northern road, which had a higher num
ber of employes than the O-W.R. & N
also claimant for first honors, according
to a report received by J. F. ftrodzki,
supervisor of safety for the O-W. lines.
from H. J. Bell, regional supervisor of
safety at Chicago.; . -
Both roads had ; perfect records and
the O-W. takes first honors for the op
eration of the greatest track . mileage
without accident, says Bell.
During "no accident week" this year
there were a total of 119 accidents, of
which five were fatal, as acalnst 481.
accidents and six fatalitiea the asms
week in 1918. The entire Northwestern
region made a reduction of 79 per cent
In its report. of accidents.
HOLDINGS OF LAND
BY FEDERAL CREW
125,000 Acres to Be Traded for
Stiimnao-o in Waehino-tnn I O
When Congress Acts.
Bend, July 17. Concluding reconnais
sance and cruising In the country sur
rounding the Summit ranges station in
Deschutes county, a forest survey party
under the direction of K. P. Cecil, has
broken up, some-of the party going on
the. Ochoco forest, others to the Umpqua
forest.. . .-. a
As a result of the survey 125.000 acres
of timber, privately owned and belong;-'
lng chiefly to the Fremont Land com
pany, has been estimated, and. as soon
as the necessary legislation can be put
through congress, it will be exchanged
for national forest stumpage In Wash-j
It Is Intended to make more compact I
the area of the Deschutes national
forest. ; . -
Tacoma Man Mails
Bail Money When
Informed of 'Arrest
I E. M. McDougall of Tacoma was "ar
rested by mail" and released on ball by
the .. Portland police Wednesday.
, This unusual procedure was brought
Mabdut on the complaint of A. B. Camp-
bolu manager of the Multnomah hotel,
who recently swore out a warrant charg
ing McDoug-ali with defrauding an inn
keeper on April 11, 1918. of $33.22.
t tThe defendant was found by the Ta
coma police on telegraphic request snd
he was notified of the warrant. Accord
ingly he sent "by mall 200 in bail money
and was duly entered on- the police
books, with the notation that be had
been arrested and released.
Date of. his trial win be fixed later,
Boy Says He Killed '
Wife of Dr. Wilkins,
: -Who Died Convicted
-Freehold. N. J July 17. The report':
boast of Edward O'Brien. 18 asr old.
messenger boy, that he killed Mrs. Julia
Wilkins of Long Beach, X I for whose
murder' her husband. Dr. Walter Keen
jWllklns was recently convicted, wiH-be
investigated by 'the authorities, It -was
announced Wednesday, -
. Young O'Brien is awaiting extradition
to! New York, having confec-l that he
.beat his employer, Gardner 8. Hull, to
death with a hammer. He . Is said to
have told fellow prisoners that he also
kilted Mrs. Wilkins. who was slain with
a -hammer. " .
; Dr. Wilkins was convicted, on circum
stantial evidence, though he maintained
that burglars killed his wife. He hung
himself in the Mineola. I, I., 'jail while
awaiting sentence of death- - 1
Irrigation 'Meetlno Held
Bend, July 17. That facts concerning
irrigation, projects may be presented to
geologists and engineers of the United
States reclamation service more intel
ligently, the irrigation committees of the
commercial clubs of Crook. Jefferson
and Deschutes - counties met In Bend
Wednesday. With th arrival of Professor
W. O. Crosby, geologist ; Homer Hamlin,
geologist and engineer, and A. J. Wiley,
engineer.- a thorough investigation will
be made of the Benham Falls reservoir
site on the Deschutes river, which is
held for Irrigation reservoir purposes by
the national government.
Dodge Is Appointed
U. S. Ambassador to
Milan, July 17. L N. S.) President
Wilson has appointed H. Percival Dodge,
of Boston, to ; be United States am
bassador to Jugoslavia., according to a
dispatch from Flume today, quoting the
Croatian newspaper Zagabrla.'' '
- Mr. Dodge ' was born In . Boston in
1870, but has lived abroad a great deal
of the time. ' He was formerly secretary
to - the American ; embassies In Tokio
and Berlin. Early in the war he was
special agent of ; the ' state' department
in -Paris- and - was placed -in . charge of
German and Austro-Hungarian inter
ests -in France.-- . .-. . .- -. ,
iMrs.fC. Egan, 291 Th,ffdv street, in
terrupted an argument'with her hus
band Wednesday afternoon by hurling
'a iflat file in his general direction,
according to the report of Motorcycle
Officer Schad. who was called to the
scene. The file missed Mr. Kgan but
Struck Mrs. D. Awell. who was passing
the home, and . Inflicted . a painful
jtound on her chest. Officer Schad
took Mrs. Egan Into custody, but when
.she - agreed before the - city attorney
to.; pay Mrs. Awell's .medical bills, she
wa released.- - - -
f ri:;:.; . 7 - i ? ..
Chester G. Murphy
. Reaches New York
Chester G. Murphy, Portland attor
ney who has' been overseas during
the " past ' year has : arrived in New
York and will be in Portland within
a .week, according to word sent friends
here today. Mr; Murphy has been In
Y, M. ? C. A. service and as a secre
tary -had charge of inter-dlvislon ath
letics before the armistice was- signed.
Thereafter he was transferred to the
Aix La Bain rest camp.
W AMBITION BY
BUILDING UP BLO OD
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Oregon! Woman Acknowledges Her
Indebtedness to Dr. :;WilHamV
Pink Pills for Her Health.
, "When a woman haa been anemic a
large part of her life and has finally
found a remedy v that restores her
strength and happiness. I think it her
duty to tell others what has helped her,"
says Mrs. Clara Winters, of . R. D. 2,
Box 44 Milwaukie, Oregon.: ,
"I had suffered from anemia as long
as I can remember," she says, "and some
time ago I began to feel run down. I
lost ambition for my work and - was
tired all the time. ' For days in succes
sion I wouldn't care about eating and
when I ate a good meal my stomach was
upset and . I suffered from headaches
and was very nervous. .
"My mother read - about Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills in a newspaper and
she insisted that I try them. I procured
a box and a few days after starting the
treatment my appetite Improved aod
then gradually I regained my strength.
My color is much better now and I am
ambitious and active. . I owe my health
to1 Dr. Williams Pink pills and . have
told ' many .of my friends about the
remedy." 4 i'i', --
Dr. ' Williams Pink Pilla are sold by
all druggists. or direct from the Dr.
Williams Medicine Co.. Schenectady. N.
Y.. at 50. cents per. box. six boxes for
92.50, postpaid, on receipCof price. Write
for the free booklets on nervous dis
orders and "What , to Eat and How to
Eat," Adv. ,
America Not Going
v To Annex Mexico
. Washington. July i 17. "There is no
foundation" for the press reports eman
ating from South American countries
that this- country has determined , upon
armed - Intervention , in Mexico - would
assume control of , the Mexican govern
ment. Third Assistant Secretary of State
lieng declared today.: ? The United
States has not . determined upon that
policy he said. - '- - - -- --: .
in eight lessons. Ladies,
12.69: gentlemen, 15.00.
. I JStivN '' " at Delloney's Beautiful
lvtLfy 'Academy. 23d and
g vsr, .:... Washington. New sum
M ": me r classes start Mon-
Z-Xl day, Tuesday and Thurs
day evenings, I to 11 :3a.
: Plenty of desirable part
ners and - practice. No embarrassment.
Private lessons all hours. Learn from
professional dancers. , Phone Main 785ft.
H O r 1 1 C kS the Original
Malted Milk; Avoid -Imitations
Victor Red Seal Records On Sale ;
At Jiist Half List Prices!..
Tjje'records of many of the best known and most popular artists in"
the world are now being sold at just half price. Come in and see
complete list. ..You will find many by Galli Curd, Caruso and others. ,
We are always clad to play for you at any time. . v -
" Music Floor, the Seventh, Lipman, Wolfe & Co. w
I . - i 1 ' "
. cl "Merchandise of cJ Merit Only
' iii ,i i 1 1 ii iieasaaaai i i i i i n , aeasaasl
Lectures On Canning Vegetables
' by Mrs. Clarence Batterson Free
Tomorrow in this series of free lectures every Monday. Wednes
day and Friday during July, Mrs. Batterson. instructor in the Girls'
Polytechnic School.-will discuss canning- vegetable combinations
succotash vegetable roots. Lectures from 2 to 4 o'clock. Come.
Household Efficiency Dept., Eighth Floor, Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
PROGRESS' ALL TRRH TI
The Sale of. Men's Sox : : The Sale of Housewares : : The Sale of Petticoats
And More New Opportunities Are Brought Forward Each Day Here
The Great Sale of Housewares Continues
A Few of Many Items Listed
Whit Enamel Cotnbinet Sets
Four-Piece . Aluminum Sets . .
No. 8 Usk Wash Boilers.. .
Kennedy Moth Proof Baf s . .
Butcher Knives on Sale. . . .
Aluminum Omeletfe Pans
Nickel Cof feo Pots ........
Zap Brooms . . . . . .
Genuine Dover Beaters fori .
Duplex Forks at . '. . . . . . . , .
O. it T. Silver Polish ......
8-inch Jardinieres for. . . . . .
.51.79 6-inch Jardinieres at. ......... i
S2.1S ' Aluminum Oven Pans at. . ......
$1.98 -Double Aluminum ' Roaster Special
C Eg-s; Beating Bowls for. . .
..-75c Nine-Piece Earthen Sets.
.$1.95 ' Hi Lo Clothes Driers.
on - tp r
wgHi iguv bsucii ......
$1.00 ' -Aluminum Sink Strainers .......
-1 2c Granite Kettles Special ........ .
. - 30c Basement Brooms Special. . .... .
17c Round Dish Drainers
89c Square Dish Drainers Special....
69c Dustbane Compound Special. ...... . .&C
.$195 Wood Rollinf Pins Special. . ..... .15c
.$3.15 100 Aladdin 12-qt.Prs.erv'; Kettle. $2.45
..-39c Steel Edre Dust Pan. ........... ,35c
$1.19 Lon Handle Dust Pans . . . . . . . . . . -25c
...68c "-' Strong Enameled Dust Psns ........ 15c
$1.79 Class Mixing Bowl Sets. .$1.15
. -45c Six-cup Aluminum " Percolators . . . . $ 1 .89
...49c Polish Mop and 1 2-os. polish. ..... .83c
...29c ' Rotary Mincing Knives. .......... .75c
-89c 8-cup Aluminum Percolators at. . .$1,95
'15c No. 8 Nickel Plated Teakettles. .. .$1.98
Fancy Colored Voile SOc
A wonderful assortment of pretty
colored voiles In the season's most
attractive patterns and colors
light, medium and dark. 36 inches
Japanese Crepe at 25c Yd.
2509 yards ' of renulne Japanese
crepe In a delightfsl variety of col
ors pretty jstriped patterns that are
lovely for waists, frocks, children's
wear, - etc. , r t '
New. Voiles $1 - $1.25 Yd.
Novelty voiles in the new Georg
ette patternsall in dark grounds
with new floral patterns.
32-Inch Gingham 35c Yd.
Ton will be surprised to find such
a good assortment of ginghams at
this low price. Plaids, stripes and
plain colors in the most popular
Second Floor. -:
Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
ite Tub Skirts
Sale Tomorrow at .
M)ne of the best
ers of tub skirts in
this country cave
us a large lot of
skirts some of
them which .he
classed - as "sub
standards" at a
great concession in
price d last February.
Again this same
m an u f act urer
comes forward with
more skirts of the
same 'sort. "Sub
some of them have
tiny -oil stains.
which one tubbing,
will remove, others
. dropped stitches,
tlons are not . no
ticeable and the
styles are wonder
fully : smart. Such
favorite fabrics as
surf satins, cotton
pabardines and fine
oi!es.- Nine mod
els equally as
pretty as the three
Third Floor Blouse Shop
Blouses Specially Offered
These are the days when one
must wear a fresh blouse every
- day and the coolest sort of a
blouse one can wear is a georg
ette.. The lot of 300 blouses,
which we offer tomorrow, is in
white, flesh, bisque, tea rose, old
blue and gray.
There Is a variety of collars
' and a variety of trimmings. The
value is distinctly unusual..
Third, Floor, Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
Third Floor Sweater Shop'
New Zephyr Wool
Tuxedo Summer Sweaters(
It is all we can do to keep
enough of these Tuxedo sweat
ers to meet the demand, so .you
are advised to come for your .
share' of this group, at $9.50
fust as soon as you can.
There are both plain and fancy
weaves. The colors' are tur
quoise, salmon, buff, pekin and
Purple , '
Tomorrow and Saturday 2 Days On lyWe
Entire Stock of Boys , Young Men
Suits Greatly Reduced in a Space
Easily the Year's Biggest Chancel Weights for Now, Fall, Winter All High Class Merchandise
As nearly as we can remember this is the only big general sale'of boys' and
men's clothing that has been sold in Portland this season. It is unques
tionably the year's big opportunity for it offers only high class, properly se
lected, carefully tailored merchandise from our own meritorious stocks.
In this sale are included weights for all seasons,- a factor to be
reckoned with for fall. It would be the course of wisdom -to bring
your boy or boys in now and prepare for the entire fall and winter
In this, sale you have your choice of the "best only in boys
clothing" all guaranteed' merchandise at pWes much lower
than you're asked elsewhere for merchandise of an admittedly in
ferior quality. . , , . .
I Now, then, come to Lipman, Wolfe's tomorrow. If you can't come send
I your boys, in, we will properly fit them subject to yoar approval. We be-
lieve we are safe in saying that not feu months, and months and months
will prices be as low as they are in this sale.
Come Early I
While it is true that with our entire stock on sale, the selection of clothing in
this sale will be broad, nevertheless, the sales in this section are always so gen
erously attended that it would be well to come in lust as earl as possible to
morrow and choose while the choosing is good.
1 00 "Dubbelbilt" Suite-Many
Offered Below Present Cost
375 Boys' Knicker Suits
Rainproof ed --Reinforced
Again we can offer in sensational sale these suits in the best wearing fabrics at
less than present actual cost.
' Cravenetted suits with double seat, knees, elbows, in a variety of styles, fabrics.
All sizes made to 17 years. v s
These are the sort of suits that any boy can b lad to have
triad to buy becauso they wear well and look welL
. The coats are full lined and so are the trousers. : A .
Double seat and knes ralnproofed.
Variety of styles, materials and shades. All sizes.
-that any parent can be
Just 65 Boys'
y- Broken Sizes
Less Than -Present
This is the lowest price we remember
-having sold corduroy suits for in a Ions
. time. - The corduroy is the heavy, wide
wale type mouse 'shade. ; ,
Belter style with slash pockets, khaki
lined coats, full lined trousers with taped
seams. Limited quantity. ' v r '
A Splendid Lot of
Boys': Knicker Suits
There has been grouped in this lot a variety of
suits that sold at very much higher prices that are
.made of materials hard to find now at sometimes
double the price and in all the very best styles of the
season. A person who shares , in this. offer invests
well. All sizes 8 to 17.
250 Boys' Suits
Many AU Wool
Think of having for choice 250 splendid knicker
saits for boys In such fabrics as tweed, homespun,
cheviots, serges, cassimeres all new styles and pat-.
terns, v Sizes 6 -to 18 years.' , - " ; - - - .
All Suits for
Yoimg Men Men
Here for your choosin g 3 00 suits
styles many received in the past mon
Are type for ; young men
.here. Sizes 32 to ; 40.
of the season's best tjr
th at prices greatly
Waist seam styles., semi
English styles and conserva
Tweed, - worsted, home
spun, cassimere. s e r g e,
cheviots and flannel.
Mixtures, checks, plaids,, stripes, plain colors and two
tone effects. . 1 "
Fourth Floor, Lipman. Wolfe & Co. ;
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