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THE OREGOIJ SUNDAY JOUHHAL, rOI;TLAIIP. SUNDAY iltORinNG. OCTOBER 31,
MAJORITY OF 30
IN LOWER HOUSE
Leased Wire News Flashes
; rrA&nrsQTOX-a. n. B.y xt
torney General Palmer followed up
his Instructions to district attorneys
to watcb for violators of tbe law on
election day with wired instructions
as to the extent of the corrupt prac
Republicans See Lead of 49 In
creased by 20; farmer-Laor
" Party Counts 'an 30 Seats.
, By J. F. Bon man
Chicago. Oct. 30. (U. P.) The
quadrennial scramble for congres
sional seats neared the finish to
night with both major parties claim
lug they would have decisive major
ities in the lower house as a result
Of Tuesday's vote
With 43J representatives to he se
lected, the makeuD of the Incoming
houiM -mimm rtrmi del-Mi Important be-
cauae of tax problems, reconstruction
legislation, soldiers' bonus and other
domestic ? issues & pending.
Republican headquarters here today
confidently predicted their present ma
jority of 49 In tlie house would be
swelled 'by 20 additional representatives.-
Democrats declared their number
would be Increased from 191 to a .ma
jority or at leaat 30.
G. O. P. SEEM HI FT 8
New rifts in the Democratic . "Solid
South" were counted on by Victor
Heintx, regional chairman of the Re
publican national committee, to give
the Republicans '30 additional repre
sentatives this year, while 19 scat
tered districts were figured for the re
mainder. ' i A. J. Sabbath, regional director of the
. Democratic congressional headquarters
here, expected gains in Indiana. Iowa,
Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, North
Dakota, Illinois. Oklahoma and South
Dakota to net the Democrats 40 addi
tional seats fh the lower house.
DISTRICTS ABE DOUBTFUL
' Party leaders conceded 28 districts
in IS states Were doubtful. These seats
are: Minnesota 2, New Jersey 4, New
Mexico i. New York . Ohio 2. Pennsyl
vania 1. Tennessee 1. Utah 2, West Vir
ainla 1 and Wisconsin 2. They also are
fiirhtlna- for the seats of Victor Berger,
Wisconsin, Socialist; Oscar Keller and
W. I Carrs, Minnesota, Independents,
and C H. Randall, Collfornla, Prohibi
Socialist headauarters predicted the
reelection of Victor Berger in Wisconsin,
where Republicans and Democrats have
combined in support of W. H. Stafford.
Republicans and Democrats have com
bined In four New York districts against
. Meyer London, C. W. Erwln, Algernon
Lee and Morris Hlllquit, Socialist can
didates. A similar fight is on in one
Pennsylvania district with John M. Mor
rln favored by the old parties against
A. R. Jerllng, 'Socialist
Th Farmef-Labor party, the only
Other ticket in the congressional field,
expected to land 30 seats In their first
effort in a national campaign.
They expect victories in Washington,
Kevado, Montana, Colorado, Idaho and
Plags at Half Mast 1
Sunday, Nov. 14
By iTnited New.
Washington, Oct SO. Old Glory will
be flown at half mast at all military
posts, naval stations and on vessels and
government buildings on Sunday, No
vember' 14. in Commemoration of the
signing of the armistice, according to
an executive order Just issued by Secre
tary of War Baker.
WICHITA 1. N. S.) Tom
Slaughter, notorious bank bandit,
murderer and horsethlef of the
West, is In jail today together with
two accomplices, following an at
tempt to rob a bank at CedarvlUe,
Kan., Thursday afternoon. A re
ward of $35,000 was hanging over
SEATTLE. (U. P. Pre-Hal-loweenpr
s reported 'to the po
lice today Included the theft, of two
barrels of - cider and 65 pies from
the Delta Delta Delta sorority house
in the university district.
RKW OHLEA.NH, (U. P.) Gen
eral Felix Dlas arrived here today
and was greeted by his wife.- for
merly 'ftenorita Isabel Alcole of Mex
ico City. It was their first meeting
since 1916. ;
VERA CRCZ U. P.) A general
strike called at the instigation of
dock workers paralysed business
here today. The strikers hoped to
be Joined by all Mexican workers.
DEXTER. Til P.) Footbairs
first victim in Denver this season
Is Charles M. Hanklns. IS. high
whool player. Hanklns is dead to
day following five days' illness that
baffled local physicians.
killed his wife. Jessie, and then put
a bullet Into his own head. Ander
son is not expected to live. .
' WAJHUTGTOSV-a N. L.
Rice, .patent attorney, filed a dam
age ault against Secretary of War
Baker and a number of officials of
the war department, seeking dam
ages of mora than 1102,000.000,
SEW YORK. (U. P.) The Amer
ican Railway association, composed
of presidents of principal railroads,
refused to ask the United' States
railroad board to appoint a national
wage adjustment board.
Rockcns Are Congratulated
Mr. and Mrs. Totals A. Rjw'lrftn ar
receiving congratulations on the arrival
of a daughter Saturday.
Wireless to ilashl
(Br Batons! Serrios) ' -. v
Chicago, Oct 10. The wireless will be
used for the first time Tuesday night to
assemble and distribute returns from a
presidential lection. The Hamilton
club of Chicago announced tonight 50,000
amateur wireless operators throughout
the United States have been instructed to
collect returns and flash them to a pow
erful wireless plant installed by the club
here. The Chicago -wireless will flash
the news to receiving stations through
out the country.
RESIDENCE RECTI02TS JOB
Reports from residence sections
throughout the city show that Herbert
Gordon is the favorite candidate of the
voters. Paid advertisement Gordon-for-Mayor
club: Ralph Coan. pres.; C
C. Stout secy.) x
SEW TOItK-d. N. S.) Wall
street election odds today centered
around 10 to 1 in favor of Senator
RICHMOND, Cat (U. P.)
Charles Anderson, an employe of the
East Bay Water company, shot and
DON'T merely say,
that's the right name
for the best that's
You'll Like i
ALL NEW STEPS AND
taught In eight three-hour
lessons. Ladlea 13. gen
tlemen $5, at De Honey's
beautiful acad e m y,
Twenty-third and Wash
ington. Beginners' classes
day evenings, ; advanced '
class Tuesday evening, S
to 11:30. Best orchestra
music. Plenty of desir
able partners and prac-
tir Nn.' aTnhn.fl!im4.nf
Separate hall and extra teachers - for
backward pupils. A printed description
of all dances free. The social feature
alone is worth double the price. You
can never become a dancer in private
lessons from Inferior teachers. You
milNt htVA nrATlip. Jfttn rta I arhnAl
("with professional Instructors (not a pub
lic dance iiaiijr There is no other school
of this class. We teach almost all the
Portland people to dance. Phone Main
7656. Private lessons all hours.
The defnand for shorter hours, better working
conditions and greater comforts among workers
is almost universal. Conditions are demanded
that make life vorth the living.
There is no one thing that will contribute more
to making workers more efficient and 'more,
contented than better eyesight. Every worker
owes it to himself and his employers to have
normal vision. To the thousands who are lack
ing in this important function our message of
"Better Eyesight With Our Better Glasses" is
important, vital and interesting.
Have Your Eyes Examined Here
Complete lens-grmcling factory on premises.
Portland's Largest, Most Modern, Best Equipped
Exclusive Optical Establishment
20910-11 Corbett Bldg., Fifth and Morrison
I Stand Squarely
On This Platfon
a determination to sell America's best clothes to the
men and young men of Portland at prices unbeat
I am at this moment fulfilling
my platform promise!
I offer you Hickey-Freeman, Adler
Rochester, and Fashion Park Clothes for
Men Skolny and L System Clothes for
Young Men at These Actual Reductions:
$40 Suits and Overcoats $32
$50 Suits and Overcoats $38
$60 Suits and Overcoats $47
$70 Suits and Overcoats $55
$80 Suits and Overcoats $60
Another thing: If you buy a garment in my store, I'm
going to know that you're:- satisfied with the service it
gives before I consider jthe transaction closed. That
stands as a continuing personal guaranty. ;
Morrison Street at Fourth
Tks tW4t Frk Cuarantswa
Witk ETery Chang. ! Market
Showing of the New'
At Prices Decidedly
: i Reduced
VVe are showing an
of the extremely popu--lar
Sport Hose. Warm,
durable stockings that
are very appropriate
and service able to
wear. We invite your
most critical inspection
of the following special
Plain and Drop Stitch
Sport Hose at
A , "s t a n d a rd quality
seamless wool Sport
Hose made with rein
forced heel and toe both
plain and dropstitch styles
in green and brown
heather mixtures. All
Wool Sport Hose
at $230 Pair
Dropstitch ; wool Sport
Hose made seamless and
shown in popular mix
tures in blue orange, blue
red, brown, brown green,
gold and green, etc. all
New Heather Sport'
Hose at $135 Pair
Another splendid line
of wool Sport Hose in
the popular green, brown,
blue, orange and red mix
tures all sizes. A first
class stocking at a very
Wool Sport Hose
at $325 Pair
Fine worsted Sport
Hose of high grade wor
sted yarns shown in gold,
blue, orange, brown, red,
green heather, etc. Any
size you wish.
. Women's Fine
Worsted Sport Hose
at $4J00 Pair
Both ribbed and drop
stitch Worsted Hose
shown in all sizes in all
good colorings oxford,
navy, white, green and
brown mixtures excep
tional values at this spe
Two Leading Lines of
Men's Wool and
A Positive Saving of
85c a Suit
Firt A fine wool
mixed Union Suit of
good heavy winter
weight shown in high
neck, long sleeve styles
in ankle length and
with closed crotch. All
sizes 34 to 46,
T Seconi A splendid
all - the - year - around
weight in fine worsted
mixed Union Suits,
shown in long sleeve
styles with closed
crotch and in all sizes
34 to 46.
Choice From Either of
These Perfect Fitting
Union Suits at $345
Principal Portland Agents Bnttartck
Patterns AH Uvs New Style Ar
HasVi. AH Sissw .
"The Store That
It Sells for Cash"
fcaaomr ad Quality v Combined for
; Biff or Basinets and ' BeUor "Values
AO (au Orders Promptly aaL 'OM.
fuDy Filled Sana Day as !Ucrred-'
v PreU Post Pkf s. Prepaid
Fortunate, Indeed, Is the Woman Who Has Waited and
Who Can Attend Thisv r
Sale of Handsome Suits
About 30 of the latest stvle
garments are in this assort
ment each one of . different
material, color, moaei or
trimming. Sizes are 16, 18,
36, 38 and 40 only and all
are on sale at a uniform re
duction of ONE-THIRD.
Regular Prices r
At This Sale
These Suits are wonderfully attractive, being possessed of all the late style features hi
trimmings and fjnish. ' Many shown with fur and all with fancy silk linings. Materials
of finest quality Tricotines, Yalama Cloth, Duvet de Laine, etc. You really must see these
fine Suits to appreciate their excellence of tailoring, fabric and style. Mind you, this is
not a picked over lot,- but a splendid assortment of most fashionable styles from which
you have selection at one-third less than regular.
Rooming and Housekeepers Will
Welcome This Timely Sale of
Blankets and Comforters
Our Entire Stock Is Included a t a Uniform Reduction of
20 1-5 Less Than Regular Prices!
All Wool Wool Mixed and Cotton Blankets in All Styles, Weights and
Sizes. Cotton and Wool Filled Comforters, Silk or Silkoline Covered
Baby and Crib Blankets of All Kinds
Let us remind you that our regular prices were the lowest possible consistent with good quality,
and that the discount announced for this sale. is the positive amount you save. We take this loss In
order to immediately readjust our stock in accord with th latest mill quotations. Your every need can
now be supplied at a worth-while saving.
Outing Flannels at
36-inch standard quality
White Outing Flannels.
Nainsook Long Cloth
at 39c Yard
36-Inch fine nainsook finish
Longcloth of perfect quality.
Bleached Bath Towels, 1 8 by 36 inches, OQp
hemmed reduced to, each Os7!
Japanese Lunch Cloths, 60 by 60 inches, Qr
pretty designsreduced to, each tJ)Xe7tl
Outing Flannels at
Both Strip and Check Out.
In Flannels in light and dark
.pattern. . - . .
I on' i
Reduced Prides on All Men's
Phoenix Silk Hose
25c tor Longcloth and Swiss Embroidery Skirting.
19c for all sorts dfsirabl' Laces for holiday sewing.
Goetz Taffetas Now
No other Silks of such fine
quality and weight can be found
at this low price. All the cor
rect colors are here.
Now $4J98 Yard
Our entire stock of 54 and 5 6
inch Chiffon Broadcloths now sell
ing at the above price. The assort
ment includes all colors.
A 11-Wool Broadcloths
Now $3S8 Yard
Ail our 48 to 50-inch All
Wool. Broadcloths have been re
duced to the above low prke.'
All colors and all of perfect finish.-
The Famous High Grade
Goetz Dress Satins
Reduced to $3 Yard
A lowered price by the manufacturer brings these
splendid high grade Dress Satins at a splendid savisg.
They are shown here in all new and staple shades for
street or evening wear. They are of standard quality
and widths, perfect in weave and finish (10 AA
and are now on sale at fPOovFl
You Will Be Enraptured by This Display and
Sale of Silks and Dress Goods
Enraptured by the beauty and fine quality of these fabrics and enraptured by the splen
did savings made possible by these reduced prices. Everything has been arranged so
serve you promptly. No trouble to show goods at this store. Come, if only to enjoy the
display. You are always . welcome here, especially when we have something special to
offer, and here are special offerings.
Our Entire Stock 54-Inch
Fine Woolen Dress Goods In season
able weights, and an extensive showing of
plain colors novelty mixtures and most
popular patterns the above fashionable,
fabrics and a . great many dd QQ
Others. All on sal at Dei70
YouPay $1.00 to $1.50 Less! at This Sale of
Novelty Flannel Night Garments
Billie Burkes in Blue Bird Outing "Chin Chin"
Pajamas in Two - ftece Styles ana uatnty &np-on
Gowns All on Sale ..,..'...
Come to this flfle ancl you'll have selection from a wonderfully attractive assortment
of fine Outing Flannel- real "Windsor Flannel Night Garments at one dollar to a dollar
and a half less tha'Vegular selling prices. Included are pink Billie Burkes in the popu
lar "Blue Bird" patterns; also chic two-piece "Chin Chin" Pajamas in figured Windsor
flannels, as well as dainty Slip-on Gowns, about nine -different styles in "Dove Brand"
and best grade "Sleepy Hollow" Amoskeag flannel novelty patterns in all flJO Q
siies and colors in this great sale at... V-WsVt
See our window display and six different tables in this department. '
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-ssJjsIJJLJJJpfs,T'J - Vt '
at 5:30 P. M
: at 6 P.M. ;
The Most in ValueThe Best in ', Quality
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