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THE OREGON DAILY ' JOURNAL, TORTLAWD. MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1310. .
ASTOR WHO HATED
Wm. Wafdorf Astor, Grandson of
Original i. Jacob Astor, Sue
curnbs to Heart Disease at 71.
SOCIAL DREAMS REALIZED
By Means of Large Money Gifts
Former New Yorker Finally At
tains Hoped For Goal as Peer,
London, Oct. 20. Viscount Wil
liam Waldorf Astoi died of heart di
sease Saturday at Brighton, after a
year' Illness.' He was 71 years old.
The body .wilt" be conveyed to the
residence of hi son. Hon? Waldorf
Astor, M..P-. at 4. St. James aqua re.
It will be cremated and placed In
the family's private chapel at Clive
den. , . '' .; -
, On'Krlday the ayodTformer merinan
had been uutwually nheerfiil and bright.
' better indeed than h had been for
several week. He was alone with the
household staff, no members of his fam
ily being near.
Viscount Astor 'retired early Friday
evening- and died a painless death short-
ly after t i o'clock Saturday morning:.
During: the past week ha had been I
nsppuy planning-. a trip to soumern
France, where he Intended to spend the
winter. He had proposed to leave In a
few days. He hao, neon ailing- for at
.least a year, but members of the family
said they had noticed the last few days
bow unusually well ha appeared.
Major Waldorf Astor, his, son, who
succeeds him as viscount, was on his
estate at Clivedon, which had been given
to him by hla father a few years ago.
He hurried to Brighton with his sister,
Mrs. P. H. Spendor-Clay, who J was
TO BE CREMATED
John Jacob A si or, the second son, was
staying at Hever castle, which Ms
father had presented to him only a tew
The body of the aged peer rests' to-I
day at the home of his son, Waldorf
Astor, at No. 4. St. James Square. It
will be cremated Tuesday. In accord
ance with the viscount's express wish,
the funeral services will be bald in St.
George's Episcopal church in Hanover
.Square, and the ashes will be taken to
Viscount Astor had been living at hla
Brighton home for the last six months.
; None of the members of his family
seemed Intimate jvlth the term" of the
will when seen by a correspondent
Since he left America in 1890 to take,
up his residence In England, declaring:
thai "America Is not a fit aountry for
a gentlei-an to live In," William Waldorf
Astor has been almost continually In the
v public eye.
MOSTET BEINGS HONORS
The Impulsive temperament which
caused his self expatriation kept him
In hot water in his adopted country for
niHiiy years, . It waa not until after the
outbreak of the war that he managed
to overcome the opposition to his ambi
tion 'to achieve a peerage.- He was made
a baron by King3eorg3 in 1916 and a
viMceunt in 117 in recognition of his
'ecueroua financial contribution to war
Astor abandoned his residence in
America following a dispute with his
mother, who Insisted that the younger
Mm, Astor must use cards bearing the
title "Mrs. Astor" . without the given
name prefixed. The newspapers took up
the dispute treated it in a humorous
way This, together with the activity
. of reporters seeking Interviews with
him, led to Astor s decision to shake the
dust of America from his feet He be
- came naturalized as a British subject
In 1898 he became the owner of the
Pall Mall Garotte and the Pall Mall
magazine.. Shortly afterward he in
stalled tha Son of an earl as the editor
of the former and the son of a duke as
editor of the 'atter. In a short time he
discharged both, for making fun of hla
Astor entertainments in London were
lavish and were always well attended,
but his 'Social progress was nevertheless
slower than he bad expected. At one
of these entertainments Astor, roaming
through the rooms of hla palatial resi
dence, met a man he did not know. He
aeked the stranger If he bad been
Invited. . The stranger said he had not
and Astor had him ejected. - He found
out later that th stranger was Admiral
Sii . Berkeley - Milne, Intimate friend of
'.he Prince of Wales,, and that he baa
been brought to . .the entertainment br
orsuelo, duchess of Manchester. That
ii-cJdent closed the doors of court society
tii ;Astor - for '.many years.
CJLUPAtfQlf ED FOB PEERAGE
Astor .was greatly annoyed after his
nut chase of Hever castle by the eircuia
tton of a story . to -the effect that the
ghost of Anne Boleyn had declined to
haunt, the castle - after . K came into
Aster's possession. x
I has been estimated that his expend!
tures In hi campaign if or the peerage
amounted to not less than 13.flou.wu.
Double taxes .were a heavy drain on the
Actor estate.. In England he was called
uijon to pay war tax of-4 per cent on
an -estate of 840.000.000. or 81.600.000.
In New York he was called upon to pay
a similar amount, this being a Z per
cent levy on 880.00.000 of realty and
other holdings. A treasury expert fig
uted that Astor waa paying altogether
110. per cent of taxes iu 1917.
The Waldorf Astor estate in New Tork
was divided In 1917 between his two
son., Hon. Waldorf Astor, M. P., and
Captain Hon. John Astor. These hold
Itiga included 'the Waldorf - Astoria,
Knickerbocker. Astor and New Nether
lands hotels, several blocks of apart
ment houses, tenements; office build
ings and other property. The total value
war estimated at 150,000,000.
Astor. has been living In seclusion- at
Brighton, England, for some months
past. . He had two residences in Kngland,
Hever castle and Cliveden, and another
ar Sorrento. Italy.
William. Waldorf Astor was born In
New York May 81, 1848. He was a
grandtton of the original John Jacob
Asfrir. H? took an early interest in
nrtitlcs and nerved In the" New
of officials to throw the entire! matter
llafnra tha. -m-ihllo Kivnr KatW till
morning, sent invitations to alk civic I
n.luW ' 'i.ui.ita.B- l Ajiiia " SW ' 1 1 et t ItW t
financial conditions of the municipality.
.' 'We want the public to know condi
tions," the mayor remarked. "That is
all that la necessary for the measure to
pass.; The public must realise what we
are efpected to do and what we have
to do It with. The books of the city are
open to Inspection from anyone and we
hope many will take advantage of the
prerogative and look into conditions be
fore election day."
Figures Given in Connection With rrTDflPDAIVO Pill I ADCC
- I U lUUIflU 0 OULLrtl OL
Campaign for. Increase in M u-
CITY'S CARDS' ARE ON TABLE
Mayor Invites Civic Clubs to
,Make Investigation of City's
TALKS AT SESSION
(Continued From Pass Onel
For First Time in Its History
Church Has as Its Guest Prel
ate of Roman Catholic Faith.
WARM RECEPTION TENDERED
The city had 1362,000 more on,
which to conduct its business In 1913
than It has for this year. Figures
submitted to the council by Deputy
City Auditor Urutze this morning are
the basis-for the statement.
In 1918 receipts amounted to 83.185.
139, figures show, and a balance of
tft6.70T was carried over from 1912. giv
ing the city a total of 83.550,000 on which'
to meet general expenses. Revenue of
83.133.lT, l available for 1919, with S5S,
Vtrlr I ItfHl o f 1Qfl hill., m.a.a ..,,,
ifgisiature from 1878 until 1881. He i AVAILABLE JiKYE'l'E PROPS
was United stats minister. ii iwiy ;
riom lss- until iSj. He acnieveo some
distinction as an author: and published
several books, among them being Va
er.tine," a story of Rome. andf,8forsza."
a historical romance of Italy of the six
teenth century. .
OF HEALTH OFFICER
Parrish Declares Ignorance Con
tributing Factor to-Disease
Spread in Schools. f
"Criminal neglect and Ignorance" on
I he part of parents of Portland school
children is the leading factor in con
tributing toward the rapid increase of
contagious disease In the city, according
to an analysis of the situation made this
morning by City Health Officer George
Parrish. "Drastic action" is to be made
a curb for such a state of affairs.
Dr. Parrish puts major blame tor con
ditlons at the parental door and declares
himself and staff ready to 'go the limit
on every case of violation of the rules of
health that comes to official observa
tion. Over Sunday two cases of scarlet
fever and one of diphtheria were rc
ported to Pr. Parrish. The total has
thus been Increased to 48 cases of diph
theria, 44 of scarlet fever i'J of
smallpox.-. ; 'bz- i:---, -'.:?.'-.: -,-
Warrants for the arrest of a family
at 836 Garfield street ware sought by
the health officer today following bis
discovery of violation of the quarantine
laws, A daughter was confined to her
home with smallpox, while other mem
bers of the family continued at- their oc
cupation and made use of all their
home facilities without reporting con
ditions to the officials. One daughter,
aged 18, Is an employe of a Portland
laundry and has been living at home
while at work. A cousin Operates a two
cow dairy and has continued to deliver
milk to the home. Another small daugb.
ter of the family has been, attending AN
bina Homestead school' throughout the
Illness of her sister.
"Such cases are particularly flagrant
violations of our rules." Dr. Parrish de
clared, "and we find that we can curb
them only with drastic action. Therefore,
drastic action is the. program.
"The real excuse seems to be that pa
rents choose to threaten the health of
others for the simple reason that a child
in school Is less trouble to home folks
than if be. remained at home."
The total revenue for the year. then.
Is 83,188,825. or 8363.000 less than the
available amount six yesrs ago.
The original budrets of the city call
for 83.707,049 for 1919, or more than
9500.000 above the estimated receipts.
city officials declare their estimate
have been pared to the limit and that the
hlgb figures reflect only the Increase in
costs of operation. To cut them, they
argue, would mean to eliminate service
now given by the city.
"Jt is simply a question of service
Commissioner liigelow declares. "We
cannot give the present service on -pres
ent income, increased costs have not
been met with increased revenue, 'and
we can only give what is possible on re
QUESTION IS PUT
"If the added tax limit is allowed, the
people will be given better service and
Improvements planned will be carried
on. If the measure Is defeated, we will
be forced to cut our service somewhere.
The people are to judge on what they
think the city government should do
and the quality of service they want."
While the city's revenue waa dlminioh
ing, prices of commodities purchased by
the municipality were aviating, commis
sioners argue. Cost of printing doubled
and fumigating candles went from 316.20
per gross to 324. Casings jumped from
817.70 to $35. Inner tubes from 13.35 to
19.50 and sugar doubled. Alcohol that
was purchased for $3.40 a gallon six
years ago ascended to $12. Milk that
cost cents a quart In 1913 is now 17
cents. Coal oil has gone from 7 cents
to 13 V4. tape from 70 cents to $1.60 and
fuel oil from 90 to $1.85. Hay has ele
vated from $18.30 to $30, oats from
$29.10 to $64 and straw from $7.80
In line with the announced Intention
stadt, nor made any attempt to capture
the fortress, . . i
A News Agency dispatch from Copen
hagen quoted the Reval correspondent
of the IlerHnske Tldende as saying in
a dispatch :
"Tremendous explosions are occurring
In Petrograd. The fall of the city is
FORESEE.NVBY COL. BERMONDT
f Following 1 the tint interview with .Colonel
Beramndt I Prim Avelnffl iioblMinl' in thin
reran try; lis i badcr of the nti-BUheTtk
Nwmn ofwntinc In the nv tte. nu
mmmand tM hrrn ininwt bv hirer numrtrr of
Uersians fornwrlj under lienersl. on df Qolts.
Mltau, Russia. (. lit (IT. P.) Colo
nel Bermondt. leader of the newest anti-
Bolshevik faction in Ttuaaia, today de
clared a Itusso-'lermsn ; alliance is i
inevitable and hinted that America could
prevent a future war If she aided Imme
diately In Russian reconstruction.
"Nothing can . prevent a coalition of
Russia and Germany," said Bermondt.
who formerly was known as Prince
"We, are bound to come together.
America ought to see clearly the advan
tage of winning Russia's sympathy. She
should Join . this coalition and aid In
Russia's reconstruction, thus preventing
a future war. , '
"America ought to use her moral in
fluence and power upon Kngland, which
is fighting her former allies. The Baltic
is still Russian territory. This is con
trary to the interests of the English,
who wish to exploit this area economi
cally, . This attitude prevents the defeat
of Bolshevism. v
"We are not reactionaries. We con
sider a constitutional monarchSuch as
England's, to be the best government
ifor Russia." ' .
Bermondt said he was grateful to the
soldiers of General von der Colts com
mand for coming to Russia's assistance.
Venerable Hero-Primate of Bel
gium "Extends Thanks for Help
Given Hi People During War.
Detroit, Micb.. Oct.. 30. (I. N. S.)
For the first time in the history of
the Protestant Episcopal church in
America, a cardinal of the Roman
Catholic church was a truest of 'and
aiirlrpHMed a convention of that Or
a-anlzatlon when Cardinal Desire
Mercler, hero primate of Belgium
attended bv special Invitation the
morning session of the triennial con
vention now n wwlon in Detroit.
The Arena Garden was filled to ca.
pacity v lilt the bishops and lay delegates
and the cardinal was given a warm wel
come when he appeared at the door of
the convention hall. Every person in
the building 'rose and remained standing
while the venerable prelate was escorted
to the neat of honor on the speaker's
platform and every one present paid
strict attention to every word uttened by
He recited soroA of his experiences
during his war work and thanked the
American people for the aid they had
extended to his suffering people ajjjj
said that the need for help was still
Following his address to the conven
tion. Cardinal Mercier called at the city
hall to pay his respects to Mayor Cou
sens and then attended a luncheon In
his honor at the board of commerce and
made a brief talk to a gathering of busi
, He will confer with Henry Kord at 3
O'clock and then go to Ann Arbor, where
he will receive a degree from the Uni
versity of Michigan and return to De
troit for a monster reception tonight.
buyer, when accosted by the traffickers.
But the purchaser- wanted to taste the
particular brand of wet goods before
agreeing to pay' $35 for the five, gallons.
The preliminary bargaining took place
from the seat. of the flivver. In which
the dispensers of solace .were seated. '
The victim was not aware, however.
that he waa dealing with persona -who.
If the facts In the hands of the sheriff
are truei are v past masters at the art
of the magician. Instead of the siphon
being inserted in tne five gallon con
tainer, it was coyly placed in the neck
of a pint bottle of the real goods., con
cealed In; the sleeve of one of, the opera
tors,' so the authorities learned from the
The sample satisfied the buyer, and
the transaction was closed. The pur
chaser congratulated himself on his luck
and proceeded at once, vhen the op
portune time - came, to regale ntmseir
with a bracer from the keg on his own
account. v . v
The: expression which came over the
man s tacewnea ne swauowea me in
rredlents might have been better likened
to that oi one who, n ine oarx, mwiaaea
a sour pickle for a chocolate cream.
The- barrel contained colore water.
The alleged trick was reported to the
sheriff, with the result that Arthur
Kerkly, Earl Meyers, J. Lawrence and
C. A. Tracey were placed under arrest
by Constable Squires.
Youth Is Accused -
Of Assisting! Girl :
: - Charge to Escape
HiUsboro, Oct 20. "Bud" Kelson, aged
19. is in the county jau here charged
with assisting in the escape of Adee
Dodge, aged 18, who was last week
ordered committed to the girls' state In
dustrial school. Kelson Is charged with
spiriting the girl 'away to Kaieign sta
tion within a few hours after the com
mitment was ordered. The two were
caught at a farm house near the Mult
nomah county line, while they were
waiting for the arrival of the girl's
clothes from the Nelson home in Port
The Dodge girl is an important wit
ness in a criminal case against her
FALL OF PETROGRAD IS
REPORTED TO WASHINGTON
Washington, Oct 20. (I. .N. S.) The
general staff of the Finnish army has
officially reported the fall of Petrograd,
according to advices to the state depart
ment today. The report was made to
the Viborg representative of the North
west government of Russia and declared
that anti-Boleheviki forces now occupy
both Petrograd and Kronstadt. A direct
dispatch from the representative of the
state department, who is nearest Petro
grad, stated that the official report from
the general staff of the Finnish army
had not been confirmed from other
Is Palmed Off
By the deft manipulation of a siphon
by alleged bootleggers who preyed, upon
tlit credulity of a Gresham citizen, 335
In good American money was extracted
from the pockets 'of the unwlly pur
chaser, records show, in the arrest of
"All whiskey Is good whiskey, but
seme whiskey is better than other whis
key.", was the impelling thought of the
Tell The World
This Woman Says
That Lydia E. PinkhanVt
made Me a Well Woman.
r, i i
i Wfr: :
Lot Angeles,. Cal, "I suffered with
female troubles for years, was sick
most oi tae time,
was not able to
d o m 7 own
housework, and I
eould not get
help from doc
tors. I saw Lrdia
in ' . the news
papers, and took
six bottles, au'l
am a well wo
man. You can use mj name to tell
the world the good your medicine has
done me as I shall praise it always."
Mrs. A. L. DiVixx, 817 St. 'Paul
Avenue. Los Afireles, Calif.
Women who suffer from, an form
of weakness, as indicated by displace
ments, inflammation, ulceration, ir
regularities, backache, headaches, ner
vousness, or "the bluer," should do as
Mrs. DeVine did, and give Lydla E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a
For over forty years this famous
remedy, which contains the curative,
strengthening properties of good old
fashioned- roots and herbs, ha been
correcting just such ailments. If you
hare mysterious complication write
for advice to Lydia E. Pinkbam Medi
cine Co, Lynn, Mas.
"ONLY ONE THING
BREAKS MY COLD!"
"That't Dtt King' New Di
covery for fifty years a
father. Kelson, the police assert- says he
intended taking . the ' girl to California
as soon as her clothing arrived from.
Portland. -. v " i--: 1 . ' 1 ' "
In Italy motion picture maker' start
avalanches they photograph by dynamit
ing the snow with electricity, - ,
GUAHASTEK OCB WORK
Extraction 50c f " , ,
TM Will Sol 01 Hart If Tel flaO.
231 y2 Morrispn, Cor; 2nd
Eatlrs Corner -Loom:
fob bio csioif siair . .
OTHING but sustained quality
and unfailing effectiveness can
arouse such enthusiasm, rsotn
ing but sure relief from stubborn old
colds and onrushlng new ones, grippe.
throat-teirinc coughs, and croup
could hsve made Dr. King's New Dis
covery tne nationally popular anu
standard remedy It is today,
Fiftv years old and always reliable.
Good for the whole fsmily. A bottle
in the medicine cabinet means a
short-lived' cold or cough. 60c and
11.20. All druggists.
Regular Bowels Is Health
Bowels that move spasmodically
free one diy and stubborn the neat
should be healthfully regulated by Dc
King's New Life Pills. In this way
ytfu keep the impurities of waste nut-
i trrm jMrnilatin 9 thrnurh the sys
tem by cleansing the bowels thor
oughly and promoting the proper
flow of bile.
Mild, comfortable, yet always re
liable. Dr. King's New Life Pills work
with precision without the constipa
tion results of violent, purgatives.
25c, as usual at all druggists. Adv.
E R B
A RUN DOWN STMTKM U tike ma does
clock. Unlaw Uinsd up It Is of UtUt' un.
If TOtt'tr run 4'wn. from nrtirwork, don't
nocUt't your condition. I -ft tool or IWm
SUm Herb TtbUU. take one nr two at bed
time, end )M U1 eote an Immediate Im
provement. Vat ew thirty yssrs the bat
prated wonderful eld to men, women sod
children In aulnttinlDt health tod tlfoc.
George RrtndeUff. ltoeeille, Tean,. wrlrm:
"I m all ran Sews is health, sad it seemed
aatbins would help me. I was induced te
try Ullet Nititi llerb Tablet. I am thank
ful fer thtf wonderful remedy, became "I wt
enjoriitf food health." Don't deley taklnf
BUta Native Herb Tablets, There It Botblns
t equal tbem for removing the ease of
eaaiUpaUen, Ueet and kidney trouble, eink
headache, rhetimettem or disordered stomach.
They cumulate the liver, purity the blood and
tone up the syttrm : abo improve -the appe
tite. Get the tehulM. Leek toy
the trade mark and moiwy feeek nsr
antee on every bos. Two elsea, 80s
Bold by leading druiets sad local ant
every where. Made hr Aloase 0. Bum Co.,
Washington. D. C -id.
TIm ahaeow on thli Die-
tare tive you as Idea how
she looked end felt. By
taktns OH Serein and
(oUowinf the eaejr direc
tion oi aorem y
Um ihe eedueee SS
aeunSe in three month. .
Now ehe le a file, at
alert and in better
health. EelUble anti-
fat eelf-treatment alasy women Save redueed
saiily, lastintly, 10 to SO pouodn. Beeeme ei.
auk-Italy slender ens renwls set Bate an4 pleas
ant method. Indorsed by phrrienni. 100
OUaRAMTIg. Buy Oil Of Koreln at any swey
srwasiet'at or .write for tree nook or aevioe
(come in plain wteoper) to Korela Cow NIVS01,
Station F. New York City. Adv. I
Demonstration of Hoover and Sweeper-Vac Electric Cleaners Rug Dept., 3d Floor
Place Orders at Once for Engraved Greeting Cards-See Samples at Stationery Counter, 1st Floor Headquarters for Eastman Kodaks and Films, 4th Floor
Take Downtown Lunch in Our Tea Room on the 4th Floor Soda Fountain and Ice Cream Parlors in the Basement Shoe Shining Parlors in the .Basement
Colored Man Arrested
On a charge of larceny of an autotne
plle' belonging: to O. J. Montgomery, C31
Alder street, R. J, Carper, colored, was
bound over to the county grand jury this
morning y MunWpal Judge Ilossman.
Carper was arrested by Montgomery.
Ball was set at 81000. -
It pays to buy good quality fur
trimmings even though first tost
is a trifle greater. We show the
wanted k i a d s in all widths.
READY AT THE
The Standard Store of the Northwest
Olds, Wortman & King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Out-of-town customers 'are In
vited to make use of this spe
cial service. S. & H. Green.
Trading Stamps given on request
ME&SSSil . . K6-e if t
Another Sleepless Night?
It's been a busy and fretful day. Brain fagged , nerves frayed
and body exhausted ponscious that tomorrow is fraught with
new trala and tribulation, he realises tha imperative need of a refreshing;
nignt s rest, iet, he hesiutes and dreads to $0 to
bed lest he roll and tosa throughout the night.
Do you experience the horrors of nightmare and Insomnia?
Are you troubled with wakeful, restless nights? Do you gat
wp In the anomtag feeling mere tired than when you wentte
bed. because veer rest is so disturbed and twakeal Taeo, try
The Great. General Tonic
LYKO I told ta etetveJ pewh.
See ataty. like " :
(Uue 4I eubeututee, .
to the riervoue system. : It re
lieves brain fag ana physical
exhaustion; builds up the
trim, keen for the day's activities; tested and refreshed in
sppeute unequal 04 sicca you were a Soy. -
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Tha hour ef bed-time will seea lose its terrors and yea will
begin to seek your couch with pleasurable anticipation of e '
isht Xrae from disturbances. LYKO" Will bless you with
sweet, sound and peaceful slumber and brine you down to the
nreakisst table la tne murninr la good spirits an la errttms '
body and taiad. and with i
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--We distribute thousands of
dollars in cash every year to our
customers through S. & H.
Stamps. Shop here and take
advantage of this great saving.
The Garment Store is now . splendidly sup
plied with Coats, Suttj. Dresses, Skirts and
petticoats for women of large proportions. We
Specialize in this Apparel and show the new sea
son's latest styles designed for stout women.
TOMORROW we shair feature sensational Clean-Up Sale of Women's first
quality footwear at half price and less.i Short lines which we have decided to dis
continue and in order to close them out quickly w offer them at a sacrifice
price. All sales; are FINAL no telephone or C O. D. orders will be taken
no exchanges will be made, i Sizes to 7 narrow and medium widths.
f Shoes Selling Regularly to, $10.00 a Pair
-BUTTONED SHOES. OF PATENT LEATHER
f 1-V. T. (.1.. r..! U I.
Sid. BUTTONED SHOES OF FINE VICI KID
rx wv-Cloth Tbps, Weft Seles; Cuban HwU
BUTTONED SHOES OF GUNMETAL
V Plain Toes, Welt Solos, Cuban Heels
BUTTONED OR LACED KID SHOES
JMarrow Toes, Cuban or Louis Heels
$4 $4 $4 $4$4 $4 $4 $4$4 $4 $4 $4$4 $4 $4 $4$4 $4 $4.$4
LACED SHOES OF FA.WN COLOR NUBUCK 2M
Verv amart Wait Sal... r.r. atrX
LACED SHOES OF FINE CRAY KID
Mad with Fabric Tops, Half Louis HeIs
LACED SHOES OF TAN CALFSKIN
Styled with Military Heels, Wing Tip
LACED SHOES OF BLACK VICI KID
uray, White, Fawn Topj Flat or High Heel
Clean - Up Sale of Soiled
A . 1r -"An ssorted
IW, 6vJL, women's Han
At" 1 0r Wonien's Handker
rL 1UL- chiefs odd dozens and
slightly, soiled and mussed from
handling. One corner embroidery-
dainty colored edges. These " A-m-are
. regular 1 5c-20c- values -twv
d k r-
chiefs I that have become' soiled
sharply underpriced for quick dis
posal. bnop early. Many dif
H ferent "Styles. 35c and 40
graae tomorrow priced
Fourth Floor Thrifty housewives
should take advantage of this special
sale. ' High-grade Macaroni. Spaghetti
and Noodles a famous brand made
right hererin Oregon and that meant
dependable quality. 7 boxes sell Jn
the regular way at 90c. On HTLg
sale tomorrow 7 boxes for lOC
.1 Fourth Floor .
Tomorrow will be "House Dress Day"
in the Garment Store, Second Floor, and
this is an invitation to all Portland women
to come in and see the many attractive
new frocks on display. We are Portland
representative of several famous lines
in Women's House Dresses and Coveralls.
$2.95 to $6.95
Second Floor Large assortment of styles
'in Women's House Dresses made In reg
ulation models with belted waistline, white
pique collars and cuffs, square or V necks.
Checked and striped ginghams. Also
extra size House Dresses that open down
front and fastening with Urge pearl but
tons and trimmed with pique collars and
pockets. Prices range S2.95 to $6.95
Second Floor Of blue chambray trimmed
with plaid collars and cuffs, wide belts.
pockets. Others of checked and striped
ginghams with long vest., effect, neat,
square yoke and smalt collar. One espe
cially good style opens in front and Is
; trimmed with white pique collar, , cuffs
and belt. Popular coverall styles ideal
for the busy housewife. $1.25 to $3.95
JDouble Trading Stamps To
morrow with Clash Purchases
Women's Waists $3.98
: On Sale at Bargain Circle, . Main Floor ,
Main Floor Women's Waists of Georgette Crepe. Crepe de Chine
ind Pongee in many attractive styles. Some have beautiful em
broidered designs, other are trimmed with colored beading or with
motifs and. fancy claltings. The pongee waists are shown only in the
tailored effects. In the sale we, also include extra" size CO QO
waists for stout women. ' Good ranee of colors: Sale OOseO
Get Ready for
The Dennison Booth, Second,
rioor. Is showing the newest
novelties in Invitations, Favors,
Table Decorations, Witches, Cats.
Masks, Fortune Cards. Owls and
other articles to. help roak
that party a wonderful success.
Shop early for best choosing..
Third Floor EXTRA - SPECIAL
Full.slze: Wardrobe Trunk is
shown above.' 3-ply veneer, "
fiber . , covered, cloth lined.
Equipped with laundry bag. shoe
pockets, woman's ,faat GtAfl
box.- Lift top. On.salew-dbll
f- it ir wft 4
Third Floor 1 S - Inch ' Cowhide
Traveling Bags. Brown only.
Slightly imperfect but wonderful
values this price. Leath- Q f
er lined. - Priced special OXV
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