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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, J 1920.
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON
Tr trier to ail point of UM United States ot
broad book! take adranUfe ot experienced in
formation and serrice offered through Tbe Ore
too Journal Informs tton and Travel Bureau, la
personal charge of Doner U. Smith. Uaiirpad
tickets and stesnuhip boofeino arranged, roe
Of a exchange issued. InJormsUoa firta Rswil
tat psssporta : , .
Hnttnoassh County ftundajr Benool ssiocla
Uoo eooTcnUoa, N'orember 12.
Hist Annual Oregon Ut Cora alio". Fort
lard. November 13 to February 2T, 1921.
- Weetern Walnut assorts nos. a'orUaad.. Mo
.ember XI and IS.
Oregon State bar ajaocUtloO, Portland. , Mo-
'ember 16 to 17. '
Padflo. International Ueeetock:, EipodOon,
s-ortland, November 16 to 20.
lcm Cream Supply Men's ooDTentioB, Porv
land. Konnbff 16 to 20. ,
Oregon Stat Horticultural octet?, annual
Meting. Susan. Ieccmuer 2, t end
Oregon and South Idaho Educational anion.
Th. ImIW IjMwmhff 2 to 4 -
Oregon State Hotel Men, Eugene. December
Western Winter show. Orrfon Foultrj
Fet Stork association. The Auditorium.
Iftfi. lMnnbcr 18 to IS.
Utt Teachers' sssoclstton, Portland. Decem
ber. r. p. A., state sasocisUon. Portland. Decem
ber 81 .
BeUO Hardwire an Implement dealers. Port
end, January 25 to 28. .
Oregon Ketail esereaanU association. Mersn
Ileld, I ibruary.
Pacific Coast Bociets of OrUwdonJsta. Febru
ary 10 to IS.
Brotherhood jf American Teomen, rtU eon
;elaie. Kuieoe. April. 1921. .
Foresters of America, grand eourt, Portland.
May 22 to 28. " , .
Military Order of the Loyal Legion. Fort-end.
May 10. , .
Kntchts of Columbus. Uate council. Portland,
A. O. U. W., grand lodge. April, third Tneeday.
tsU Dental eocicU. 1921.
Portland and Tlcinity: Thursday -fair;- eaat
- erly winds.
Oregon and Washington: Thursday fair; con
tinued cold; moderate easterly winds.
Shallow depressions are apparent In the north
em plains states, near the gulf of St. Lawrence,
and in Mexico. In other sections the pressure
is high, the highent readings bung in Idaho.
Precipitation ha, bean scattering and light. Snow
it falling in Manitoba. The weather is much
milder in .the extreme northern ulaina region.
and is generally ooldw in other carts of the
' country. Heavy froit occurred in the Sacra-,
memo vaiicy In t aaiomia.
Kslatire humidity at Portland: Noon yes
terday, 8 per cent: 6 p. m. yesterday. 38 per
cent; a a. m. tixlsy. 63 per cent.
Precipitation since January 1 : Total, 27.20
inches; normal. 33.34 inches: deficiency, H.14
inches. EDWARD U VVEL.LS.
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Baker, Or I 88 :! b"
H. rtse, Irtsho , 46 28 0
Hceton. Mass. 80 64" 0
1 Buffalo. N. Y Bfl 84 II
alfary. Alberta 44 a )
t'liicagn. III..,...; 50 28
Itenrer, CoL. . 2 22
lies MoiiiM, Iowa ..... . .12 IS 0
Fresno, Cat 88 40 0
.alTestom Texas 7 8 i8 O
Helena, Mont. : . . I H O
Honolulu, T. H." 7 8 . . 0
Huron, S. I. . . : .... . , 20 10 0
Juneau. Alaska '88 . . 0
Kansas Cky. Mo. 48 24 l
I . oe Angeles. Cel. .'. . i 86 fiO 0
Marshfield, Or. 80 28
Medford, Or. . 60 0
Memphis. Tenn. 88 46 .28
Nw tlrleans. Ij 78 62 0.
, New York. N. Y ....... 62 62.
Nome, Alaska 32 .. .16
North Head. Wash. 86 46 U
North I'latte, Neb 30 18 0
Oklahoma City, Ukla... 60 82 0
Phoenijt. Arix. 68 88 0
Itttsburg. Pa. 88 40 .02
: -Pocawllo, I-labo 82 12 0
Portland, Or. 66 8tt O
Prince Kupert, B. C : : 48 34 0
Ilosebnrg, Or. B0 28 0
Rowwell. X. U rV2 38 0
Hacramento, C'aX 68 88' 0
" St. IrfWie, .Mo. CO, 82 0
' St. Paul, Minn. .-. v .- 82 14
Salt lae City, Ctah ....... 42 28 0,
San Itfego. C'sX ........... 04 SO U
Sen Franciaoo, Cal. 60 48 ,0
Seattle. Wash. ............ 66 24 0
Sitka, Alaska 40 .. 0
Spokane. Wajh 44 18 O
Xanana. Alaska . 18 O
Tatooah Dland, Wash, ...... 48 42 0
Tonopah, Nerada. . 84 80 0
Valdex. Alaska 88 0
2 Vanoouer, B. C 44 82 0
. AValla Walla; Wash 46 28 0
Washington,-D. C 68 60 .12
Williston. N. D. ........ . . 14 10 0
- X skims. Wash. 60 14 O
were adopted i Tuesday afternoon at a
meeting of the) boiler code) committee) In
the headquarters of the National Safety
council in the Oregon building. These
standards were adopted for tutor in
stallations at a recent meeting and de
cision was made to have the same code
govern ' existing installations. A public
hearing on the adoption of the code will
likely be held, soon. ,
Shspbsrd's Auto Bit Line Portland
SL Helens division Leave Portland. 1 :30
a. m., 10 a. m., 1 :30 p. m., 4 p. m. ; ar
rive St Helens. 9 a. m.. 11 :30 a. m..
3 p. m., 5 :30; p. m. Leave St. Helens,
7:30 a. m., 10 a. m.. 1:30 p. m.. 6:30
p. m. ; arrive; Portland. 9 a. m... ll -.30
a. m., 3 p. 7 p. m. Saturday and
Sunday, leaver SL Helens p. m. ; leave
Portland 11:15 p. m. Busses leave St
Charles hotel. Front and Morrison.
Phone Marshall 438L Adv.
i Shrphard's Aato Boa Lines Portland
Multnomah Palls division Leave Port
land, 9 :30 a. , m.. 10:30 a. 4 p. m. ;
arrive Multnomah. 11:15 a. m., 12:15 p.
m.. 6:45 p. m Lavo Multnomah, 7:45
a. m., 1 p. n. 4:15 p. m. ; arrive Port
land, 9:30 a. m., 2:45 p. m.. 6 p. m. Sat
urday and Sunday, leave Multnomah,
6 p. m. ; leave Portland, , 11 :15 p. m.
Buses leave St. Charles hotel. Front and
Morrison. Phone Marshall 438L Adv.
I Co art to Sit Armistice Day Owing to
the congestion of. the United States dls
trict court docket. Judge Charles Wol-
verton announced .Tuesday that the
court would ;not adjourn for Armistice
day. Judge R. S. Bean Is sitting in
San Francisco for Judge Maurice T.
Doollng. who is ill, so Judge Wolverton
is obliged to handle the work of both
courts here. ; . ,
i Pastorg to Dlscngg Congress Dr. W. T,
McElveen. pastor of th Firnt rnncn.
tional church, will discuss current events
Thursday night, and will outline what
the next congress could and should do.
He will also; dlscusfr Elihu Hoot's pro
pose! for an. association of nations.
! Get Acquainted wlt,h the largest and
best fraternal and social organisation
in Portland' by attending their mas
querade dance, Monday, November 15,
lSJOi East Side W. O. W. hall. East
Sixth and Alder. Admission ,35 cents.
Shepard's Auto Bns Lines Portland
Hood lllver; division : Leave Portland
9:30 a. m., 10:30-a, m.. 2:45 p. m. Ar
rive Hood River. 12 :80 p. . m., 2 p. m. 8
p. m. Busses leave St Charles hotel.
Front and -Morrison. Phone Marshall
4381. Adv. i
Salem-Mllj City Stage Line Connects
0. E. train! No. 5 Salem, arrive Mill
City 1 p. mi. Also connects O. E. train
No. 9 Salerft. arrive Mill City 7 p. m.
Joseph Haimman, proprietor, Salem.
Phone 44. Adv.
Many Dentists fail to put the art in
artificial teeth. Only a plate speeialist
can reproduce nature and give you the
pleasing- appearance you desire. Dr. E.
C. Rosaman specializes in plates that
please. 809 Journal building. Adv.
Portland-Sewberg Basses leave Fourth
and Alder daily. 8:30, 9:30. 11 a. m., and
1, 2 :30, 4 :15, 6 :30, 6 :30 p. m. ; Saturday
and Sunday, 11 p. m. Phone Main 3314.
Adv. . i
Eight Hear Day Remains Rumors
that an attempt will be made to rees
tablish the 10 hour work day in the log
ging camps . and lumber mills of the
Northwest are denied in a statement pub
lished in the November issue of the
"Four 1 Bulletin" and signed by man
agers of 28 of the largest mills and log
ging companies In Oregon and Washing
ton. The Bulletin U the official organ
of ths Loyal Legion of Loggers and
Lumbermen, an organisation ot employ
ers and . employes , numbering approxi
mately 40,000 members in the four North
western states. Managers or me camps
and mills state that they are opposed to
any movement to kill the eight hour aay
In the Northwest lumber industry and
they urge cooperation to this end from
lumber operators outside the Loyal Le
JTew - Vicar Named Bishop Walter
Taylor Sumner announces that the Kev,
John B. McCormlck has been appointee?
In charge of the mission of Our Savior
(Episcopal). Woodstock, and St. Mat
thews. South Portland. The Kev. Mr.
McCormick is a son of Bishop McCor
mick of. Grand Rapids. Mich. He was
born at Baltimore and graduated from
the Western Theological seminary in
1915. Prior to the present appolntmen
he has held offices at . Cleveland and
Knoxville, HL The new vicar Is young,
full of enthusiasm and plans to do in
tensive work with the young people and
Bond Dealers Expand Freeman,
Smith & Camp, a firm of bond dealers
with offices in the Northwestern Bank
building, has leased ground floor space
on the Fifth street side of the Lumbe'r
menn building, formerly occupied by
the Lumbermens Trust company. The
new quarters, afford larger floor space
and the use of large burglar proof vaults.
The lease was signed Tuesday afternoon.
the transaction being handled by Leon
Bulller and Chester Moores of the F. E.
Charles Isom 'Committed Charles E.
isom. Instead of having to stand trial
for obtaining goods under false repre
sentations, in a deal where it was al
leged he had manipulated the entries in
a bank book so as to show he had $500
on deposit in a local bank, and on the
strength of this showing was permitted
to purchase an automobile, will spend
his time in the state hospital at Salem.
He was examined as to his mental con
dition before Special Agent Cameron
Tuesday and was committed to the
Lieutenant Petti bone Assigned Infor
mation was received here Tuesday that
Lieutenant Elmer K. Pettibone of Port
land had been assigned to duty at Camp
Meade. Maryland. . He recently received
his regular army cbmmlssion. Lieuten
ant Pettibone anticipates being trans
ferred to a Northwest post within the
near future. He Is a son of Mrs. Anna
Pettibone, 364 East Seventy-fifth street
north. . .
British Society Meeting The British
Benevolent society will hold Its monthly
meeting In the Central library at 8
o'clock this evening. The Boclety Intends
to adopt a means of caring for the Brit
ish grave in Greenwood cemetery and
all members are urged to attend. A
musical program has been arranged.
Seattle Business. Men A special train
of Seattle business men on a trade tour
of Southwestern Washington, will be In
Portland Wednesday, November 17, aft
ernoon and evening, and will visit the
International Livestock exposition at
North Portland, j according to Infortna- I
tion received at the local Chamber of
Commerce; The train "will arrive" at
3:17 p. m. and depart at midnight The
Chamber of Commerce wired the Se
attle men an invitation Tuesday asking
them to accept the hospitality of . local
business men while in the city.
H. A. Brewer of the I. H. Amos Com
pany wishes to notify the public that he
is not the H. A. Brewer who has con
tracted numerous debts which he has
not paid, nor the H. A. Brewer who is
connected with a suit for alienation of
affection. AdT. '
Big Dances Armlstle 2nnt Cotillion
and Broadway halls. Come ; bring your
friend. Uniformed buddies admitted free
as guests of Manager Bingler. Adv.
Steamer Iralda for St Helens and
Rainier, daily at 2 :30 p. m.. foot of
Alder street Sundays, St- Helena only.
1 :30 p. m. Adv.
Pyorrhea and General Dentistry
Drs. Smith, Long & Stevenson, 310 Bush
& Lane building. Adv.
Dr. Sand ford Whiting has returned.
Journal bldg. Adv.
Safety Boxes, lc daily. 284 Oak. Adv.
; Dr. 'A. M. Webster returned. Adv.
We wish to thank the many friends far
the beautiful flowers and kindness shown
in our late bereavement, the death of
our beloved son. Robert Mr. and Mrs.
if I jam.
l esjf - I
f. li. reoort of preceding dsy.
-Andress to Lecture J. Mace Andrefts,
formerly head of the department of psy
chology and child study in the Boston
Normal school, will lecture Friday night
at S o'clock in Library 'hall, under the
auspices of the Portland renter of the
University of Oregon. Dr. Andress,
while on a three months', leave of ab
sence, is addressing teachers, educators
and persons interested In publlp health,
as a special agent for the United States
bureau of education at "Washington. An
dress is the author of several well known
books and writes for such educational
m agar I ties as Elementary School Teach
er, Educational Review and American
Journal of School Hygiene.
Federal Employes to Dance The
Federal Employes" union No. 7 will hold
a dancing party Saturday evening, No
vember 13, at the Pacific States hall.
.409 Alder street The entertainment
committee is composed of Madlyne
Moore, Mildred Reeder, Louis Maurer;
Stella Scrutton,. Charlotte Riegelmann,
Wills Macauley, Virginia O'Hare, Count
Tlllson, Louise Wehtje, H. W. .McManus
and J. C Grady.
Shephard's Auto Bui Lines Portland,
Astoria and Seaside division Leave
Portland 10 a. m 1:30 p. m. ; arrive
Astoria 4 p. m, 7 p. m. Leave Astoria,
10 a. m., 1:80 p. m. ; arrive "Portland,
4 p. m., 7 p. m. Busses leave St Charles
hotel, Front and Morrison. Telephone
Marshall 438L Adv. ,
. ' Passenger Msa to Meet Members of
the Pacific Northwest Passenger asso
ciation will meet Friday in Tacoma on
regular monthly . business. The con
solidated ticket office committee will
meet on the same day to consider pos
sible withdrawals from the consolidated
Offices of the Northwest ' I
Boiler Standards Adopted Standards
of the American , Society , of Engineers
. for the installation of boilers in the state
e AND, up
Aeoordlns to Size
WRITE OH PHONK FOR CATALOG.
Designers, Manufacturers and Bunder
" 90Z TITLE AND TRUST BLDQ.
PHONK MAIN 47X4 ' '
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Most Reasonable Prices A f sN.
Pyralin and Du- (TS 1 f jlAvJ ? '
comprehensive as- V Aw I I If I w I f r jf2. ill
sortnaent at attrac- A VrT I II y j yJ' I ijr I
Beads of Jet . I f j
Every late creation Brooches, Bracelets, Lavallieres, Festoons ( v. " CJ j -
and Bakalite. We defy competition on these novelties, at our I 1
P 1 A Small Deposit Will Hold Your Christmas Selection i S.
K 333 Morrison Street I
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Where Beauty and
The Ideal location for a home
East 18th street, between Klickitat
and Fremont, in IrvingtOn, Portland's
East Side residential district.
A truly desirable group of homes,
constructed, planned.- and finished
throughout In a manner that will
meet the approval of the most ex
acting. $10,000 Terms.
Could you invest your money to
better advantage than In one of
these, which truly depict the ulti
mate in modern homes?
Title and Trust Company
Make Yourself at Home
Player Roll Department
Uis an Amplco to Try Over the Late Roll.
Ws Fsaturs ths Q. R. S.
I ' .sfE:Bssi,' " 'Although the gift season -is. many .weeks away, 1
j ! . . -
we feel it necessary to urge our customers to con
sider the purchase of Ivory Pyralin at the earliest
possible moment. In the past three or four years
the demand for Ivory Pyralin toilet articles has
been so enormous that stocks have been almost
entirely depleted many days before i Christmas
arrived. While we have bought for this year
larger quantities than ever before, yet so popular
has Ivory Pyralin become that we have no doubt
that our experience in past years will be repeated.
Therefore, we urge you to anticipate your gift
needs and to purchase the desired articles now,
when you will find complete stocks at each of the
Stout-Lyons Drug Stores. You will save your
selves the disappointment of finding incomplete
lines and also avoid the rush of last-minute
It Isn 't too Early to Buy
Christmas Gifts of Ivory Pyralin
Shoe Horns. .... .50c to $2.25
Trays .50c to $8.00
Clocks . . . . . .J6.25 to J10.7S
Picture Frames. . .90c to $7.50
Jewel Boxes. . . .$3.75 to $7.50
priced ....$13.50 to $14.50
Glove Boxes. .$16.25 to $18.00
Trinket Boxes. . $3.25 to $6.25
Pin Cushions. ..$1.50 to $3.50
Perfume Stands with
Bottles 75c to $5.00
Bud Vases .$1.50 to $1.75
Talcum Boxes and
Holders ...... 90c to $3.25
Shaving Brush Cases. . .$1.40
Tooth and Natl Brush i
Cylinders .... .75c to $6.10
Soap Boxes 50c to $2.00
Tooth Brush Shields...... 10c
Tooth Brush Guards . .... .75c .
Whisk Brooms... 75c to $3.50
Whisk Brooms with Hold
ers, only $2.25
Glove Stretchers $1.35 to $2.50
Manicure Sets $10.50 to $25.75
Hair Brushes. .$2.25 to $12.00
Cloth Brushes. .$2.25 to $7.50
Hat Brushes. ,..$2.25 to $4.50
Bonnet Brushes $2.25 to $3.25
Military Brushes $5.50 to; $17
Infant Brushes. . . .65c to $1.50
Dressing Combs. . . .25c i6 40c
Infant Combs. . . .35c to $2.25
Fine Combs . 25c to 75c
Hand Mirrors J. $1.75 16 $19.00
Shaving Mirrors $13.50
Hair Receivers. .$1.10 to $4.00
Puff Boxes $1.10 to $4.00
Cream and Salve
Boxes ........ 50c to $2.25
Nail Polishers. . .$1.50 to $3.50
Nail Files .50c to $1.25
Cuticle Knives. . .50c to $1.25
Corn Knives 50c to $1.25
ManicureScissors $1.25 to $2.75
Shoe Hooks 40c to $1.10
Shwi-liions DniqpCo. I
E. 15th and Broadway 3d mni Morrison Sts,
5th and Washington
"You Save Money"
says the Good Judge
And get more genuine chew
ing satisfaction, when you use
this class of tobacco.
This is because the full, rich,
real tobacco taste lasts so
long, you don't need a fresh
chew nearly as often.
And a small chew gives more
real satisfaction than a big chew
of the ordinary kind ever did.
Any man who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew will tell you
J Put ufi in two styles
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
; V RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
A ssured Quality
In the purchase of a talking ma
chine, this trade-mark is your guar-!
antee of Quality.!
It stands between you and the uiw
seasoned manufacturer whose pro
duct is temporary, or merely imita-?
One of the greatest organiza
tions in the entire world of music
the Victor Talking Machine Co. is
behind your V1CTROLA. The
greatest artists record for it. Years
pf patient effort have gone into
the making of your modern VICT-?
Look, therefore, .for the dealer
who specializes in the VICTOR' pro
duct. He will serve you Best. He
has a VICTROLA for every purse,
and will gladly arrange convenient
terms. ! . . j
This U one of a series of adV
vertiemenU by Sherman, Clay
S Co Wholesale, in the inter
uts of the dealers who believe
and specialize in the VICTOR
Victrolas $25 to $1500
SHERMAN,! CLAY & CO.
DlBtrtmmtort mi Vkkrotmmimd YlefrKmtmrSm
45 Fourth' Street, Portland
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An education, above all things, is worth sav
ing for in these days of specialization.
The-young person j who realizes this is master
of a profession at the right age for success.
Let your Savings Account be
your College Fund and let it
stand for one of the big things, in
$1.00 Opens a Savings Account in
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i -You don't have to, shiver
Turns on and off as easily as an
UsrmMssth Su warms ran of warmth auickly take the
chill off cold corners.
Costs but a trifle to operate. Our stock is very
complete.! Styles and sizes for any room. Let
us show them to you. . , ' ...
Fifth and Oak
"x Put one in your mouth at bedtime
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