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TIID OnSGON DAILY JOURNAL, PO RTLAND,- TIIUHGD AY. JULY 17, KID.
IS FRIGHTENED Ml
BONDS HELD ILLEGAL
But Assistant Attorney General
Van Winkle Digs Up Old Act
' Which Had Been Overlooked.
Balem, July 17. A timely discovery
nut by Assistant Attorney GeneuM I.
IL Van Winkle at the time the law
makers of Oregon war in session hers
last September saved the state consid
erable embarrassment in connection with
t be sale of 3800,000 worth oi highway
bonds under the Bean-Barrett act, Tues
day, it developed today;
The 9800,000 issue was sold to Henry
Teat of Portland conditioned upon their
approval by Teal's bonding attorneys in
Boston.- In reply to a request for an
opinion on this matter the state board
of control Wednesday received a mes
sage from the Boston attorneys to the
effect that the $10,000,000 bond bill
passed by the recent legislature had
completely nullified the -Bean-Barrett
act- .('-'.--.' -; '. . -. '
Consternation reigned ire the camp of
the state board of control, as, including
-the Issue Just sold, -there remained un
used under this act 11,400,000 worth of
highway bonds. If the Bostonians were
correct the state was without authority
to issue any bonds for; post road pur
poses and all prospect of federal aid In
road construction in this state Was gone
until another legislature could, meet and
remedy the apparent defect.
Van .Winkle admitted that : the Bostonians-
were correct, 4n part, bnt 'Cited
a ' subsequent act of the same legisla
ture, which he had framed after dis
covering the defect, which corrected the
defect. H assured the 'hoard that all
was well so far as .the authority for
issuing the bonds was 'Concerned.
. ABI fil AT SAX.ZM
Salem, July 17. Article, of Incorpora
tion were filed with .Corporation Com
missioner Scrraldertiarr, Wednesday, by
"BroadaereS Farm' corporation, capital
ised aty $T5,000, TWlth headquarters In
Wasco, Sherman county. The-incorporators
ar o . Ilo wden,. Stott, w,-w. Banks
and K. J,-Brown, i?- ':-
Two lumber companies filing articles
of Incorporation. Wednesday" were : -
International" dumber company of
Portland; 150.000; ,K. C King Jr.. JVC.
Smith. George MS. "Towle and W. F,
Honey. .-. ' ' r , . .
Warren ton -Xtmaber, . company, Port
land ; $50,000 j W. D. - Plus, John Pat
terson and Vi 1 Plue. : " ,
FEX OF lit A TMTOJTTH FOB -
SOLDIEB. DECIDED UPOJf
Salem, July anticipation of the
commitment of men from the United
States army, navy-and marine corps to
the Oregon State hospital under the pro
visions of the federal- war risk insurance
act, a maintenance cost of $40 per month
has been agreed upon y the state board
of control as a reasonable fee to be paid
by the government in return for the
care which the stats will give to these
men. - One soldier has already been re
ceived at the state hospital under this
MILLION DOLLARS IN
HIOHWAT BOJfDS OFFERED
Salem, July 17. Another million dol
lars' worth of 4 V4 per cent state high
way bonds will be disposed of at the
meeting of the state highway commission
in Portland. August 5, These bonds Will
bs in denominations of $1000 each and
will mature serially, $25,000 October 1,
1124, and a like amount each April 1
and October 1 thereafter.
Gasoline Tax Check Received
Salem. July 17. A check for $1788.62
was received by the secretary of state's
office Wednesday - from the Shell com
pany of California in payment of the
state tax of one cent per gallon on
170-.763 gallons of gasoline and one-half
cent per gallon on 6197 gallons of distil
late sold in Oregon during June.
Rights to Be Adjudicated
Bend, J uly 17, Percy A. Cupper,' state
engineer, : who passed through " Bend
Tuesday, ert route to Salem after a trip
through Central Oregon, where he in
spected irrigation projects, said surveys
are to begin this week on Three Creeks
t or adjudication of water rights. V
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with Prompt. Courteous Service,
Reasonable Prices, Pleasant Surround
ings and Entrancing - Music, our
9 1.2S Dinners Served in the Gold
Room .will appeal to you.
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THIRD A WD WASHINGTON . STS.:
Hearst IS A M le S F. M.
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Wilson, Back in
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Offer of President to Supply S
Peace Treaty and League Out
habilitation Bill Allows M
: By Jostla McGratb
Washington, July 17. There may
fee some Republican senators who re
gard President "Wilson as a Boneless
Idealist bat none- of them who is a
politician as well as a statesman any
longer entertains that opinion,' even
thoash vhis view i of the president's
foreign policy remains unchanged.
On 'the- contrary the politician
members 'of the senate ' on the Re-
enate - With .All Information on
wits Their Plans; Soldiers' Re-. ;
en Little and He Vetoes It
publican aide are greatly worried
over the successful practical politics
the president has played since his
return from abroad, s -;- ' :
'While they publicly deplore the ideal
ism which leads him Co thrust foreign
complications on the United States pri
vately they are devoting- a lot of thought
and discussion to the best means of
offsetUng the political effect of three
masterful moves they admit he has made
since his homecoming. . '..
.The first of these moves was the man
ner in which he met the criticism ' that
he had ignored the senate In the matter
of the treaty.'.-'The constitution, pre
scribes that treaties' are' to. be made by
the president by and with the consent
of. the senate. ; While the president was
in f Paris the charge was made that he
was proceeding without the advice of
the senate and in contempt cf its express
There may have been justification for
that charge and unquestionably the im
pression was growing in the country that
in the. peace negotiations the president
was shaping the treaty according to his
m views ; entirely regardless of the
views of the senate. The Republicans
were making a lot of political capital
with that charge. They expected to
make a lot mora r But the president
blasted -the hopes of. further gains by
his, declaration in the address he made
to the; senate in presenting the peace
treaty. -He said:
"My services and all the Information
X possess will be at your disposal and
at the disposal of your committee . en
foreign relations at any time, either In
formally or in session, as you may
prefer, and I hope that you will not
hesitate to make use of tliem.
. Since this cordial offer of cooperation,
nothlne further has been heard from the
president's critics regarding his . indis
position to consult with the senate, une
only question - now before the political
house, so to speak, is how the president's
offer can be refused without stuiunca
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The second political move made by the
president .was when he vetoed the sun
dry civil bill because in its the Republicans-had
limited to. $6,000,000 the
amount made available for the t yoca-
tlonal - rehablliUUon. of . disable soi
diera ' -.. i-.a j x
The administration had advocate an
appropriation of $12,000,000 for rehabili
tation . purposes.: j The president In his
veto focussed. the attention of the coun
try to the fact that the Republicans
were willing to do only half as much
for the disabled soldiers ss his admin
istration thought ought to be dona.
The Renubllcans could hot muster
enough ' votes to pass the bill over the
president's yeto, and so the Democrats
are now Jn position to make the. claim
to the" soldier element that the ' addi
tional $6,000,000 appropriation to aid the
disabled : soldiers must be credited to
Democratic determination, v The presi
dent scored the same way politically
with . his vetoT of the agricultural bin.
because of the, provision in that bill repealing-ihe
daylight saving law. There
was tremendous sentiment against the
repeal of that law in all of the. big cen
ters of population. : . The Republicans,
having failed to pass" the bill over the
president's - veto, the Democratic party
claims credit' for. saving the law. '-.(
r-iwg row your stomsch . -:
Take MenfarS AcM Shewbete "
Kothinc better tor nanaea, kick headache, tn.
omnia or indisaatkm. Buy a bottle todaj.-Ad
Cocoanut Oil Makes''
. A Splendid Shampoo
- If you want to keep youi hair in good
condition, be careful what you wash H
wtth.v.v.y.r..y.:::vL;--;v- V. t . -
Most soaps and prepared shampoos
contain too much alkali. This dries the
scalp, makes the hair brittle and is very
harmful. Mulslfied cocoanut oil sham
poo. (which Is pure and entirely grease
less), is much better than anything slse
yes: can use for shampooing, as this
cant , possibly injure the hair., -,. -
; Simply moisten your hair -with water
and rub it In. One or two teaspooafuls
wilt make an abundance of rich, creamy
lather and cleanses the hAuC and. fecal p
thoroughly. The lather rinses, out eas
ily and removes every particle of dust,
dirt, dandruff end excessive olL .The
hair dries quickly and evenly and It
leaves it fine and, silky, bright, fluffy
and easy to manage. - s
You can set mulslfied "coooanut oil
si. am poo at most any drug store. It is
very cheap, anda few- ouhoes Is enough
to last t everyone ' in the -family . for
montha Adv. , , , .
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Tomorrow -3 600 Pairs Women's
Quality "Onyx'" Pure Thread
Boot Silk Stockings Offered in a
Sensational Basement Store Sale at
Every Pair New
Tan and Suede. .
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"rTnis:sale of women' stockings at 60 is like buying gold dollars at a discount. Stock
- ingr prices are advancing every-daysince these were bought three weekyagb, the price has
advanced considerably.. Our buyer, through great pressure, made an advantageous pur
,- chase from the., manufacturer of '.Onyx hose and got a delivery on his entire purchase also
a rare occurrence nowadays.
Onyx hose are manufactured, as you know,' by one of the larg
est mills,, in "the world. These are - the genuine Onyx in fine J
.quality; V f ".'' 7- '
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While they are boot silk, the boot is unusually. high and the
silk is heavy, pure thread.; The lisle portions are reinforced with
garter, top, heavy -toes, soles and high spliced heels. .,
We strongly advise women to set aside at ieast sufficient funds ,'
. for a half dozen pairs of these splendid hose and be on hand f.
promptly, tomorrow for thes most remarkable values. '
ii . While Me Quantity Seem Large, W Confidently Expect Very Great
Buying As the Future Doe Not Hold
' Promise for Sack c Sale Again! ' , -
Economy Basement, Lipmart Wolfe tt Co.
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EVERYTHING I (p- ceft (0 j? 0 I EVERYTHING
FOR CASH. y FOR LESS. .
K-WUERE YOU SrENDlIE LEAST AND CETTiiiTTyORir0 " ' .
nsion Sale Gontinues
I:.' Nofe These Timelv Offers at Sner.ial Prices:
.'v-":In a Sale at
Inexpensive corsets, that are splendid for
beach and warm weather wearing. . " :
Made of pink coutil, Hthtly boned, with
elastic at waist . line. Low bust model' Alt
Economy Basement. Llpman, Wolfe & Co. '
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Sport Plaids Are
Special at 69c
r Beautiful sport plaids in a fine assortment
of colors for beach and country wear. Fab
rics that will wash excellently.
Economy Basement. Lip man, Wolfe & Co.
nusiiaj -Showing of
White Tub Skirts
At 95c $1.45, $1.95, $2.95
All Very Specially Priced
If there, is .any cool looking and comfortable article of ap
parel, these warm midsummer days surely it is a white tuD
sklrtf ' , ; . :
We have splendid assortment! In the Economy; Basement at
real savlnts. 'They art of white cotton cabardine and white
pique both materials that tub btaulfully.- .
The styles are smart and ne,w some with buttons, many
with novelty pockets and most oMhem with tailored belts.
These skirts could not be duplicated today at the special
pricesl ''-. . ' . j
- Economy Basement, LIpman, Wolfe & Co.
Two Splendid Offers
In Popular Silks
The Silk-Department in the. Economy Basement is be-i
cominc well and favorably known. for the unusual values
it is offering rejcularly. Here are two for Friday: .
. 35 Inch Heavy
35 Inch Black
m 1 .29 :
Black ratin messaline of excel- '
lent quality on sale at this very
special price : in the Downstairs
Store 1- It is in nice Xlnlsh lus
trous and good black.
This silk could not be replaced .
in today's market at the special
price I It is a serviceable quality
that will make beautiful frocks,
Economy Basement, Upman, Wolfe & Co.
Te Economy Store Of fere You
Good, SHIRTS at
Soft, and Latandereid ,
-Cuff Styles at an Elx
, ceptionally Special Price
These shirts are made of high grade materials standard
brands some slightly soiled. Sizes 14 lA'i6 A- 7 Vt-iS
. but not many of some sizes. All in good colors and combinations.
Limited quautlty. ....
And An Exceptional Sale of i
Bathing Suits at $2.95 "
Very fine bathing suits In medium weight that are very specially
priced for the Economy Store! There are all slses in the lot but of
course most popular sizes will soon disappear. Most of thsm are In blue
and white combinations.
Economy Basement, LIpman, Wolfe & Co.
Smart Mid-Summer H ats Reduced
A croup- of unusually smart hats of all
kinds reduced for quick clearaway , to this .
special price! , ,
Smalt clcwe fitting turbans, medium atsed sail
ors, side roll and mushroom shapes, large, grace
ful hats, all beautifully trimmed in flowers,
feathers and ribbons.
They are of patent Milan.' China piping, fancy
bralda, hemp and Toyo panamas. White and
light colors as well as black and darker shades.
Economy Basement, Upman, Wolfe A Co.
12-Yd. Bolts : "Mayflower" Nainsook $2.95
Extra fine quality of. heer nainsook that
" . for Friday's telling and limited to one piece
White Outing Flannel 2Se
3000 yards of good quality white outing flannel
perfect quality splendid weight Specially f
priced. - Buy now for future use.
, 81x90 Bleached Sheet $MS
Pull bleached seamed sheeU at this extra low
JTiee for Friday's selling. They are lx0 inches .
ust right for full size beds. , ,
is free from dressing. Extra special price'
to a customer. .. This is full 36 Inches wide.
Eden Cloth at 25c Yard
Short lengths of Eden Cloth at this special price 1
All la perfect quality- splendid assortment or
Everett Gingham 20c
This standard quality gingham Is excellent value
A spicnaia assortment ot
at the SDeclal cries I
colors to choose from.
-Economy Basement, Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
A special price for these fine
, cotton stockings in seamless
style with double elastic tops,
reinforced toes, soles and heels.
Black and many popular shades. .
Sox 19c "
A special sale of white sox with
fancy colored tops. Thcae are Juat '
what the kiddles love to wear thee
hot days. ...
Vests in slses 31 and Jl some of
them In the style that will not llp
off the shoulders others with bol
tce tops. ; . v ;. .
7 Suiti 69c
S for S2.00. These are of fine
combed yarn, in pink and white
not all sizes In every style. Extra
LIpman, Wolfe A Co.
Women's, Misses' and
Chilclrens Mary Jane
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Patent leather ! and gtmmetal Mary
i Janes," made with wide toes, low heels.
.Some have heavy soles and others have
light soles with spring Or block heels.
Sues 8J4 to 11, lV2 to 2 and 3 to
..'Economy Basement,- Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
' 'The Little One' '
On Sale at 98c
. Let Than Today Whole tale Cott
These are splendid Suits for outdoor and beach wearing! They
ire made of medium weight denim, with sleeves tn regular lengths
and aro trimmed with blue bands. They're dandy all around
suits In sizes 3 tO-S.. :
A Sale pf BoftVWath Suit at $1.29
Sizes t to s these splendid suits are of madras, galatea, pop
lin, gingham and chambray. made In Billy Boy and Junior coat
style. Many colors.
Corduroy Pants $1
These corduroy , pants An
sizes 7 to 1J would cost more
than this moderate price to
day ! They are In drab shade,
knlckerbocker style. - .
Blouses at 75c
Chambray, gingham and
percale blouses tn light and
daric colors, jlii sizes ror
boys to It years. Veryape-
:lally priced ! . ' - . ;
Economy Basement. Unman. Wolfe & Co.
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