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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER V 4, 1920. -
; THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. OREGON
SENATOR M NARY" i : - " " j
MAU nr hi IT I '..Navy Serge, Yard 89c . GT T M S T Two-to-Six Coats Special $7.95 J I
IVIA I " Hi I 1 1 1 IN Good weight, excellent dye and will wear. 36 inches wide,; ""V i X l7i'vl l TLrVm. These are NQT ordinary $7.93 Coats, you can tell that at first ; I
lllMl UL I Ul Ul j, extra special for T'riday and Saturday. f OfJ 1 1 &tl'll FrVViMa JJ 7i i glance. Come tomorrow for these dandy, cloth coats. :
HARDING CABINET Lr X : ' .V-- S-?0 ; ; , . v
Washington. D- C, Nov. 4. Re
ports are current. here that Senator
McNary of Oregon may be offered
the secretaryship of Interior In
Harding's' cabinet. Some of his
western colleagues are said to, have
picked him some -time ago and are
prepared to recommend him to the
new president. .
It is assumed that Harding will desire
to give cabinet recognition to the pro
gressives, and in the early stages of
the campaign before leaving for Marion
he consulted McNary several times on
reclamation and other western problems.
KcNary's inclination, it is Relieved, is
to stay in the senate, where he "teas now
served the apprenticeship that falls to
a new senator. I He. may be expected
to take a more active part on the floor
hereafter. i 1 -'
.That one new;-cabinet office will be
create to begin! with Harding's admin
istration is regarded as probable: ' Hard
ing has declared for a department of
public welfare, and. Republican leaders
may stir themselves to provide it by
the time he xsoms into office.
Former Senator Sutherland of Utah
and Governor Lowden -of Illinois figure
most' prominently in the early cabinet
costrip. Weeks is talked of for secretary
of the navy or treasury, Sutherland as
secretary of state or attorney general
and Lowden as secretary of the treas
ury, ' Commerce ;or postmaster general;
-Senators Knox i and- l4dge with ex
Senator Sutherland are; favorites for
secretary of state. ' '
LODGK, HOOVER AND ROOT r ;
ARE l'ROMIXETLY NAMED
Marfan, Ohio. No. 4. (U. P.) Spe
cial interest regarding the next cabinet
started here -today before' telegraph in
struments in the Harding headquarters
had ceased clicking off election returns.
No one presumes at this stage to say
who will be picked. The following list
of names, however, has figured in talk
around headquarters here since it,., be
came apparent Harding wouldfbe
itl : I -i I .i
iiecretary of; State--Sewator Henry
Cabot Lodge, Herbert- Hoover, EliW
Root. ' . v
Secretary of the Treasury Oovernor
Frank O. Lowden, Fri W. Upham; Illi
Secretary of War Major General
Wood, John J.j Pershing.
Attorney General George W. Suther
land. Utah, i-
Postmaster General Walter F. Brown,
Ohio;. Will H. Hayr, Indiana; Harry M.
Daugherty, Ohib. . '
Secretary of the Navy John W.
Secretary of the Interior Senator Fall,
.New 'Mexico, j. . - .
Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wal
lace, Iowa. j
Secretary of! Commerce J. J. Each,
Wisconsin. f ?
Secretary of . Labor Congressman
John I. Nolan, California '; Raymond Rob
ins, Chicago, j - ..
Nolan is one of the organized labor
groups in the hi use a present and sup
porting Harding'. r
Stanfield Says He
Is for Peace Plan
In answer to an inquiry from the New
Tork World as to his attitude towards
the Versailles! treaty and the League of
Nations covenant when he takes his
seat in the United States senate, R. N.
Stanfield has sent that newspaper the
following statement : -
"I will support President-Elect Hard
ing in a constructive plan to preserve
world peace. ! I interpret the election to
mean that the people of the United
States repudiate the league as proposed
by President,' Wilson. My own state of
Oregon has spoken by an, overwhelming
majority. The plan that 1 support must
not in effect control the dlscreUon the
people have reserved to their representa
tives under the United States constitu
tion." i "
Miss Brainerd and
Stagg Face Charge
Of Kidnaping Child
Tacoma,Wash.. Nov. 4. (U. P.) An
Information charging ' Betty Brainerd
and George T. Stagg with kidnaping
Bobby Stagg from the home of his
mother here, September 14, was, filed in.
the superior court Wednesday by Prosi
ecuting Attorney W. r. Askren.
Ball for .Miss Brainerd, who is due
. to arrive ! .Tacoma from the-east to
night,' was 'fixed at $10,000 by Superior
Attorney) Scott Henderson, who is
representing Miss Brainerd here, made
a plea fon reduction of bail to $5000,
declaring she and her. family were with
out funds ; and would-have to depend
-on friends., Judge Fletcher upheld the
t prosecutor's contention that large bail
should be fixed, since the girl had re
for tired aching feet
For grateful relief from that swollen,
dry and Btiff sensation, bathe your feet
with Resinol Soap and water. Then
apply Resinol Ointment, rubbing it in,
. thoroughly arid allowing it to remain
on for ten or fifteen minutes or over
night, if possible. -
This nriJJ treatment rare! r fails to Mothe sad i
vigerata tired, aching feet. All druggists sell
Rtsiaol Soap and Oistmcot. .
S ' ' "'; 'i i ' '' "'1 ' jl ' . -EVERYTHING FOR CASH EVERYTHING FOR LESS . 1 1 j
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I Another extraordinary purchase and sale of
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For Friday On ly
A srlendid" grade of
heavy twilled gray outing
flannel at a great reduction.
MUSLIN - j
Fine qualijy full- I VQ
bleached muslin, perfectly J ;
free fr6m dressing and smoothly finished. '
36-inch standard per-;
. cale in splendid as-;
L sortment of stripes for
S1 V MlC, ,.fra. ami! MVtwAMe :
.OMY BASEMENT, Upman1, Wolfe & Co.
Of Great Interest to Women
The biggest offering of the season in
new house and afternoon dresses ,
Made with square or V-necks -trimmed with; pretty collars of organdy, poplin or embroidery short or long
sleeves." Some have pockets,; and all are finished with tie sashes or belts. Sizes 36 to -4 4.
' ECONOMY BASEMENT, Lipman, Wolfe & Co. "
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An astounding sale of
umioh iuuiwu j iiaioi anu. uiaiiiunj; uuilllulllCU dUlJCo. r,
Of velvet, felt and other materials in hlark ; rnlnr anH
combinations, j : I
hiits sacrificed to us
makiyour selection early 4
-ECONOMY BASEMENT, Lipnian, Wolfe &
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lower prices because of our plan of quick sal
lower prices because of our plan of
buying and selling underprice for
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Cash and Quick
This Sale Possible
And quick action will enable you to profit by-this price concession.
Just $19.50 for a splendid Winter Coat! , Nowhere else could you hope to
find such good fortune, right at the first of the Season.
And just wait until you see them! ' i " j.
They're well made, and good looking !
pine Qolo, neatner ana veiour
brown, tan, blue and mixtures
They're new! They're fashionable! They're warm. Plain arid fancy Vene
tian yoke linings,-' cut full sweep in sizes to fit, workmanship the best.
I ECONOMY BASEMENT, Upman, Wolfe & Co.
600 pairs outsize mercerized stockings, medium
weight, double toe and heel and elastic garter-proof
tops; seam up the back. Slight irregularities jpive
them Jp, you at this price. Sizes 9 to oVi. j:
ECONOMY BASEMENT, Lipman, Wolfe &. Co.
Charming House Dresses such as these usually sell
for i great deal more. But, as our. buyer was in New
York iust at the opportune time, she was fortunate
enough to secure 19 dozen of these fresh, new, crisp,
daintily fashioned dresses at an extra special price,
which makes it possible,to offer them to you at this
Among the number of charming styles is the Billie
Burke model. The models are all practical as well
as made of the most pleasing materials -ginghams and
percales in the prettiest of plaids-or checks in -light
coior turn Din auuris.
I F ve P3 They Are Misleading and Often Untrue omoMmomoomom "
t-quire boxes of fine Gloria
lawn, consisting of 24 sheets of,
letter paper and 24 envelopes;
five dainty tints. Very specially
Upman, Wolfe & Co.
Let the fresh color of their
beautiful blossoms "make your
home more attractive.
Our genuine imported bulbs
include daffodils. Darwin tulips
and hyacinths;, all in a, variety of
colors. Per . dozen: 60c to 75c.
Now is the time-to plant them.
Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
Such a Waist Purchasing Opportunity
Has Seldom Been Equaled
At This Remarkably Low Price
A wonderful lot of manufacturer's high grade sam-
pies are included in this special offering, and the,
quality of georgette is'found in waists priced a sreat
deal higher. '
The Waists are all daintily trimmed with Jace, ruf
fling, tucks and .combination effects.
Not all sizes in each style an3 color, but a large
variety of sizes and colors to choose from.
No C. O. D,'s, exchanges', refunds or credits. AH
sales final. . . .
ECONOMY BASEMENT, Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
' Women's Red Cross
and Other High-Grade
These are short' lines of high Shoes, all'leather and
combinations in black,' brown and gray kid, lace and
button styles, nearly all with welt soles.' Excellent
styles with: high, medium and low heels, widths AAA
to E, sizes zVi to 9. All 'way underprice.
Boys' HuTop School Shoes
j Priced Less for Cash
Shoes with 10-inch tops, two straps and buckles.
Ideal wet weather shoes. r ,
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Sizes 9 to 13 Sizes 13 V to 2 Sizes2to6.
$5.00 $5.75 $6.25
: Silks that were bought; specially low and dur own
stocks, rharked to correspond combine to makc this
An event of
SATINS The finest quality of Satin"' de Luxe fn the.
wanted colors, and 36-inch-
satin Charmeuse in splendid
variety of shades
39-40-INCH CREPE DE CHINE A remarkably low price
on this splendid grade of
Crepe de Chine. All wanted
39-40-INCH CREPE DE CHINE A very heavy grade In
a choice of fifteen colors.
For one day this excellent
material' sells for only . .
35-INCH TAFFETA A dependable quality of soft finish
f-' '---' himj va 0va a i ma.
taffeta jji black, brown, Japan
and ten beautiful changeable
combinations . .
'.. 3S-INCH: MESSALINE Oncof the heaviest grades of
messaline, in a splendid fin
ish. A full line of colors to
select from ........... ...
- X . ' in the Sale ; .
$1.25 to $1.95 yd.
3j-inch Black Messaline, yard.
3S-inch Black Taffeta, yard . .. ....... ......... . .$1.39
3 S-inch Black Duchess, yard .!. ............... . .$1.59
'35-inch Black Peau de Soie, yard, ...,.,,...,.; .$1.89 .
40-inch Black Bengaline -(veryl heavy)," yard; ... . .".$1.95
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. 29-inch costume velvet
special $2.65 yd.
By coming early you have a' choice of black, navy, brown,
taupe, Copenhagen and cardinal.. ' ' 1.
ECONOMY BASEMENT, Lipman. Wolf it Co.
$2.5 is mighty little J
Yes, HIGH GRADE velvet Bags In' Hack,
. ." , brown and taupe, with handsome oxidized
finish frames and self handles;! some with tassel. Fitted wUh'
drop mirror' and separate purse' lined throughout.
ECONOMY BASEMENT, Upman, Wolf. & Co.