The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, November 03, 1920, Page 13, Image 13

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Ran Fr&n Cisco, Nov! 3.(L N". S.)'
California voters yesterday .em
phatically 'registered their approval
of . legislation j against alien land
ownership in the stat-. )
The amendment aimed at the Japan
ewv which will , prohibit them from
ownlur or holding- land in the state, car
ried -by at ieaat three to one. The vote
in San Francisco was about four to, one
In favor of the measure. Some vupstate
countien. In which feellnff agafnst the
Japanette waa - -especially strong, ' went
mIx to one for the law.
The Harris prohibition -act modeled
after tho Volstead enforcement meas
ure, which would have given state offi
cials power to enforce prohibition, was
defeated. The vote available is "three
to one against the 'measure, but rural
districts will cut this 'ratio down prob
ably. . Return's indicate, however, that
the voters have registered emphatically
'.against the measure. ; .
' ' - Washington, Nov- 3. (U. P.) Secre
tary of State Colby 'today refused to
comment on -the adoption of the Califor-
- nla law prohibiting all land-holding by
Japanese. .
The passage of the law was said to
be significant; however, in that it makes
the protest of Japan a definite, issue be
jween the two countries, the protest hav
ing been" made originally months ago
when the California measure was only
x proposed. Since then Ambassador Shide
hara and the state department have been
. negotiating to settle Japan's protest and
' the negotiations are believed to be near-
; ing a conclusion.
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a trooper in full uniform half asleep on
a bench ' near the baggage room. He
wears an ammunition belt and' revolver.
Me la on duty. A few feet aWay on a
baggage truck is a white pine box and
raping it is an American flag. .
. Hundreds of American boys- are com-
' lng home from France that way. Theii
, votes . were east on the battlefields of
France.- It' twotyears this month since
the ' guns stopped roaring in the' Ar-
gonne. Botlusldes in the political cam.
palprn have talked either of the League
of Rations ata provocative or preventive
of war. The election result is a mixed
verdict on domestic and international
affairs. .
:Tet tho writer cannot help thinking to
day, of the" scene at the railroad station
at night the lonely remains of a boy
that has given up his life for the na
tion. -It seemed but a feeble aftermath
of the cry that went up during the war
to stop war forever. Boys are coming
back from the other side with beautiful
flags draped' about them.- Soldiers escort
, them to the hundreds of Villages where
ther heart-broken parent welcome even
'at this late date some faint reminder
of rtheir sons heroism. These silent vot
ers are received into the soil of the land
thf y sought- to defend.
And yet. In the great presidential elec
tion, where party bitterness and the
friction of the contest has prevailed, the
thought has. unquestionably been of Is
sues and subjects far afield from the
sacrifice these troopers have .made. The
effort to stop war- has gotten little en
couragement from America in the last
two years, ;
Had the fatalities been as great In the
American army as they were in the
French, the people of the United 'States
might have felt more deeply the wounds
. of war. There might have been more
demand for constructive ideas on the
prevention ' of war.-1 The campaign Jias
unfortunately -"'centered '! on domestic
grievances. 1 Such scant attention as was
given to the. greatest of , all jprobSems,
world peace, waa concentrated ion violent
criticism of the one plan , offered, and
thus many 'people have been led to for
get the original objects and principles
of the whole thing. ;
The new president of the United States
will have, great responsibility, lie de
serves sympathy as much as congratula
tion. For the thousands of boys who
are ; returning home In the white pine
boxes come as mute reminders of Amer
ican duty still undone. ; It may be !"The"
league or "A" league, but It will be
pome kind of League of Nations, some
thing that will fulfill the pledges made
when America entered the war, and that
responsibility which the new president
will face. '. - '
Such is the underlying psychology of
this election day and when the parades
of triumph and the, happy plaudits of
victory have died down there will come
stronger and stronger the spirit of these
silent voters to demand:' a real contribu
tion from America to world peace.
(Continued Prom Paxa Om)
figures of the Republican majorities
and pluralities to the women's vote.
The Republicans succeeded lnt turn
ing back i into , the Republican 1 column
every Northern and "Western state which
Woodrow j, Wilson carried over Charles
E. Hughes In 1916. Four years ago 'the
Central and Far West elected Wilson.
Yesterday "those same , states rolled up
Impressive majorities for Harding.
Fourteen states which in 1916 were car
ried by 'vyilBon and which Harding car
ried. yesterday were California, Colorado,
Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska,
Maryland; Nevada. New Hampshire,
North Dakota, Utah, Washington and
Wyoming. Even in the Southern states
"the Democratic majorities showed, in
many cases, heavy declines from 1916.
Where Texas four years, ago gave Wil
son a handsome majority of 221,515, it
was generally -estimated ' today that
Cox' majority' will be many, thousands
less. Republicans even -had strong hopes
today of electing their men In . several
congressional fights.- Other Southern
states showed like decreases. '
.. The 13 states which Governor Cox ap
peared today to have certainly carried
are : Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Geor
gia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Car
olina, Oklahoma. Kentucky, South Car
olina, Texas and Virginia. ,
Republican national headquarters here
were literally flooded with telegrams to
day and some of these would not con
cede the Democrats the so-called border
states of Kentucky and Oklahoma "until
the. last vote was counted. On the face
of the returns, however, they appeared to
be safely in the Democratic column.
One of the unusual features of the
election wan that Judge Nathan L. Mil
ler, .Republican candidate for governor
of New York, ran nearly a million vote
behind the Republican -national ticket
and yet was elected by a substantial plu
rality. ' '!'
"Al." Smith, Tammany Hall's favorite
son, polled nearly a million more votes
in New York than Cox and yet was de
feated.' Miller's plurality .was estimated
today between 60.000 and 80,000.
While definite figures were not avail-;
able today, it appeared that' the Social
ist popular vote is going to be consider
able, as compared with former -years. In
New York city alone Eugene y. Debs,
the- prisoner-candidate, rolled up nearly
150.000 votes, j
Figures on the Farmer-Labor ticket,
headed i by Parley P. Chrlstensen . of
Utah, were not available this forenoon.
The figures on other minor parties are
not believed to be impressive, j"
Accused of Robbing TJ.. S. '
James Murphy and Charles Todd must
answer the charge of stealing govern
ment property frpm Oregon; Agricul
tural college, consisting of steel tape
and rifles, compasses and other, articles
which they are alleged to have taken
from the armory, into which ; they are
said to have broken. Todd has been ar
rested in Washington and Murphy is in
jail at Corvalli.s.
Own ail Electriclroh
uic an ciecinc iron-
. We d6n't need to say
. because everyone -who owns one use it in
rnost cases several times weekly. i .
Nothing like an Electric Iron for restoring
, ' freshness and beauty ? to wrinkled blouses", and
lingerie. ; ' " r
. Nothing like an Electric Iron for all kinds' of
ironing if you own a good iron.
We recommend that you own one of the stand
. ard makes Hotpoint, American Beauty, G. R,
Universal, Westinghouse or Simplex. "Cheaper"
irons' may be had but we cannot recommend
- them. . : - v
. All sizes of Electric Irons in stock from 3 lbs. to ''
. 24 lbs. -
, Alder St. at Broadway j -
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; Salem ; Oregon City . Vancouver
Double Trading Stamps On All Charge and Cash Purchases
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We make this special Double
Stamp offer to encourage early
choosing of Holiday merchan
dise. Purchases made now will
be stored free of charge and
delivered at any time you may
desire them.
Filled Stamp Books Redeemed
in Cash, Third Floor.
The Standard Store of the Northwest
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Lower Pr ice Offerings for
Free Knitting V
! Classes
under the personal direction of an expert
teacher. Classes from 9:1 5 to 1 2 and 1 to
S daily. Art Needlework Dept., 2d Floor.
Regular $850
Umbrella Racks
Barrain Circle, Firat Floor Solid Oak
Umbrella Racks in pleasing design. Good,
strong construction. Regular fQ
12.50 values. Special Thursday DO0
Ferneries $6.98
Barrain Circle, Flr.t Floor Oak and Ma
hogany finish i Ferneries with d AO
zinc isset.! 112.50 values, nowDUat0
Sale of Plusli Coats
Second Floor
-Here's an opportunity to choose from two great
lots of Women's -and Misses' Plush Coats at a sub
stantial saving. This season's most-attractive
models -strictly high-grade garments from our own
regular stocks. These are by far the best values we
have yet offered in Women's Plush Coats.
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Plush Coats
Second Floor Full length' Plush
Coats with gathered back and wide
belt. Also full back models with
narrow belt. Convertible collars of
self material. Made up in genuine
Salts. Plush. Beautifully lined
throughout. Sizes 16 CQQ ff
to 40. Specially priced tPOOaVU
Plush Coats
Second Floor New Seal and Crush
ed Plush Coats of the finest quality.
Wrap models with deep cape yoke,
large full sleeves and wide belts.
Shawl, roll and convertible collars.
Choice of long or K -length models.
Lined with plain or fan- ff
cy silks. Sizes 1 6 to 40 Ok I .UU
Thanksgiving Linens
At Special Prices
Pure Linen Damask Cloths, size '2x
2 yards. Regular 10,00 fl CA
grade. Thanksgiving Saleat Vv
Pure Linen Damask Cloths, size 2x
2JA yards. Regular 12.50 jtj ryp
grade. Thanksgiving Sale ttD I ! O
Pure Linen Napkins to P Off
match above ; cloths, dozen wDOu
Pure Linen Pattern Q Qft
Cloths, 2x2lA yards, at DlOaaU
Pure Linen Pattern Cloths, size 2x
2 yards, several very f PA
pretty designs. Special at tDAVatlU
Pure Linen -Pattern I0Q OK
Cloths, 2x3 yards, special DOaJ
Napkins to match, dozen, $18.45
I7S Hemstitched Cloth AA
and napkins to match, set DUUaUU
195 Hemstitched "cloth C70 flH
and napkins to match, set
Linen Department, Main Floor
MenW and $7.50 Pants
Main Floor Men's Corduroy Pants of the famous
"Can't Bust 'Em" make offered at a special low
price. Well tailored, perfect fitting Pants for work
and outing wear, j Grades selling hereto- (1JP Ot
fore at 17.50 and 17.00. On sale, pair tDOtJ
Men's 50c Hose
At 39c
Main Floor Men's Cashmere Hose in black and
gray. A standard 50c quality. Specially QQ
priced for Thursday sellinfc at, the pair OaC
Men's 75c Cashmere Hose in black, n at-; Q,
ural and gray. Specially priced at, the pair UOC
Interwoven super-grade Cashmere hose in plain
colors, heather, embroidered clocks and drop
stitch effects. Priced at, $1.00 to $3.00 a Psr-
Wool Underwear
Main Floor- Winsted Woolen Shirts and Drawers in
Hghtmedium and heavy weights. Full assortment
of sizes, $2.25 to $4-00 garment. Men's Wool
Sweaters in all popular styles. Men's Sleeveless
Knit Vests in slipon effects, j Men's wool Shirts with
flat or military collars. In several different shales.
Men's Gloves
Main , Floor Men's Dress Gloves
Meyer's, Perrin's, A'dler, Victor and
other -well-known makes. Tan Cape
and Mocha. Also fleece-lined Mocha
and Cape Gauntlet Gloves and wrist
length gloves -on sale at popular prices.
Men's Woolen Gloves $1 to $2.00
Men's Fabric Dress Gloves at 69c
$2.50 Night Gowns
Main Floor Men's Night Gowns of
splendid quality outing flannel -in as
sorted stripedj patterns. Cut in good
ull - styles and well made. rrn
Regular $2.50 values. Special tDX I O
Beautiful New
Gut Glass
Our Holiday-Stock "of Cut Glass is now
at its best. Come in and see the exquis
ite new pttterns and styles. Third Floor.
-inch Cut Glass Nappies now $2.00"
Sugars and Creamers at only $4.00
8-inch Berry Bowls priced special $5.00
Cream Bowl and Plate special at $5.00
7-inch Cut Glass Plates priced at $3.25
r Cut Glass Spoon Trays special at $3.00
11-inch Orange Bowls at., each $6,50
Candle Sticks
Mahogany finish Candle
Sticks similar to thisd" ff
sketch. At, eachDXUl
Polychrome Candle Sticks,
with candle. On Q CA
special sale now at DatVr
Book 1
Polychrome Book Ends
best design "Dante and Beat
rice." Priced at $3.95 pair.
Many others styles are
shown here at popular prices.
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! Another great lot of New Fall Hats go
of beautiful models just in by express,
this is an opportunity you should take
effects in the season's most! attractive
$10.00 Trimmed Hats now $
'112.50 Trimmed Hitsnow $
115.00 Trimmed Hats Vow $
$18.00 Trimmed Hats now s
20.00 Trimmed Hats now $10.00
on sale Thursday at. XA Price. Hundreds
No matter how many liats you may have,
advantage ot. Large, medium and small
styles. Black and th? leading colors.
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$22;50 Trimmed Hats now $11.25
25.00 Trimmed Hats now J 112.50
-27.50 Trimmed Hats now JH3.75
30-00 Trimmed Hats now ! 115.00
35.00 Trimmed Hats now $17.50
All Tailored Hats
At Half Price
I 7.50 Tailored Hats at only $3.75 I 15.00' Tailored Hats at only $7.50
0.00 Tailored Hats at only $5.00 SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON GIRLS'
12.50 Tailored Hats at only $6.25 I AND MISSES' H ATS TOMORROW.'
$14.50 to $17 Footwear
Special $10 Pair
Main Floor Thursday will be "TEN DOLLAR
t DAY" in the Shoe Store Twenty different lines
of Women's Shoes will go on sale at this price.
Brown Kid Laced Shoes fwith leather half Louis
heels Black Suede Lac,ed Shoes with military
heels Dark Tan Calf Shoes with Cuban heels
Dull Kid Laced Shoes with covered full Louis
heels--BIack Kid Laced Shoes with military
' heels Patent Colt Laced Shoes with hand
turned soles and full Louis heejs Black Kid
Laced Shoes with high curved heels.. Widths
triple A to C Nearly all size In Q-i A (f
each line. Regular H.5o to 17 DUUU
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$12.50 to $14 Oxfords $9,00
Main Floor Laced Oxfords of. brown or black suede, Cuban heelsj black and
brown Vici Kid Oxfords with welted soles an j military heels. Dark tan CJQ flfi
Calf Oxfords with medium or flat heels.' 12.50 to 14 grades Pair 57aUU
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Women's Knit Underwear
'Carter Week" Specials .
As i special attraction for the last three
days of -"Carter Week" we offer Women's
and Children's Underwear at greatly reduced
prices. - Supply your needs now and save.
Carter Union Suits
Carter's $3.
Carter's $3.
Carter's 4.
Carter's 4.
Carter's 5
Carter's 6
Carter's 7.
Carter's 8.
25 Union
75 Union
25 Union
50 UniorT
5 O Union
00 Union
50 Union
75 Union
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2.20 Pants and Vests only $1.10
$ 3.40 Pants and Vests only $1.70
4.00, Pants and Vests only $2.00
5.0O Pants and Vests only $2.50
5.50 Pants and Vests only $2.75
Girls' Underwear
Grrls'. and' Misses' Silk and Wool fr?
Suits. Pants and Vests irregulars of -v
known make on sale now at jus Half Price.
8.00 Union Suits sp?&t at $4.00
9.00 Union, Suits special at $4.50
10.00 Union Suits special at $5.00
10.50 UnSon Suits special at $5.25
11.00 Union Suits specia at $5.50
Basement Sale:
Men's 65c Sox at 39c
All Pure Wool
Another big lot of those wonderful Cashmere Socks
will go on sale Thursday in the Basement Underprice,
Store. Those of oir customers who were fortunate
enough to share. in the last sale will appreciate this
opportunity to get. more of the same good bargains:
2000 pairs in this special offering. Black and
natural. Sizes 9 to it. Not more than OQ
6 pairs to a'customer. None to dealers.. At OtC
No Telephone Orders
Rug Sale Continues
Hundreds of high-grade Wilton, Axminster and Chenille Rugi offered at ex
tremely low prices. If you need new floor coverings now is the time to buy,
them at a great saving. , Double Trading Stamps with charge or cash purchases'.'
O WK Coffee
39c Lb. k
4th Floor No deliveries of Coffee excej?t
with other purchases made In the Grocery
Department. Double Trading Stamps with
charge or cash purchases. OWK Imperial
Roast Coffee priced special at, QQ
3 lbs.; for $1.15 ponnd at only OUC
Tree Tea
55c Lb.
C e y I o n, Uncolored
Japan or English Break
fast, i Tree Teas are all
of superior flavor. Put
up In dust-proof EC,
pkgs. Now, lb. OtlC
Royal White Soap-1-1
5 Cakes priced special
at $12 Cakes. Free.
- Model
4th Floor