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THE OREGON DAILY, JOURNAL, PORTLAND,' OREGON.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1820.
' Washington, Nov. 25. (I. N". g.)
The dry forces of the United States
have many reasons to be grateful at
'.his, .Thanksgiving season," said
Wayne B, Wheeler, general counsel
; an T legislative superintendent of the
.A nti-Saloori" league, today. "A great
nation has demonstrated that it is
'not dependent on revenue; derived
' from liquor. .' . ' ' :. V-" -.. .
"The growing tendency of the press is
to tell the facts about prohibition and
officers who will not enforce it.
, . "Arrests for drunkenness Tin former
T-wet territory have decreased about 60
per cent, and all arrests about 40 per
cent. Arests for delinquency, truancy
nd neglected children are on the decline.
"Jails, alcoholic inebriate' asylums and
workhouses are gradually closing up, or
are abandoning a large part of their In
t stitutions for lack of inmates. Ths, home
is having a chance to show Its superi
ority as a substitute for the saloon. "
' - "The present alcohol addicts and de
fectives, the product of the liquor license
system, are rightly recognized . as the
left-over liquor problem and not the re-
suit of proHibition."
Five Women on Its
New York. Nov. 25. (I. N. S. Con
necticut, the , laet state to ratify the,
constitutional suffrage, amendment,
. .elected more women to its state legls
- lature than any other elate, according
to report published by th National
American Woman Suffrage association.
Connecticut ' elected five women, as
' against ' four in Kansas . and three In
. California, .where woman ... has had the
vote for several years. Utah elected
.three, and New Hampshire. New. Jer
sey and Oklahoma two each.
Twenty-nine women were elected- in
I states, ; . .' .
Proposed 'Trip of .
Local Men to Orient -Is
to Be Discussed
Plans for the sending of a large dele
gation of Portland business men on a
trade excursion to 4he Orient about
March V aboard the steamer Wenatcheev
will be . discussed . Monday -evening at
the dinner meeting of the Foreign Com
mence -club In the Oregon building.
The Wenatchee will be tbe first pas-
THROUGHOUT the long
weary, hours of night
regis tered pharmacists
are on duty, alert and
ready to be : of instant
service ; in filling pre
scriptions.. ; i
Thousands r a p p r e ciate,
through necessity, the
service of the store of 1
senger boat to ply between the Pacific
coast and Oriental ports tinder the ship
ping board and wilj be operated by the
Admiral line. ;
"Portland is planning to send a dele
gation of at least 10 business men to
follow up the advertising which the port
has been doing In the Far East. E. G.
McMlcken. passenger traffic manager of
the Admiral line, will address the mem
bers on details of the proposed trip.
flanks Everett,' representing the
United States Chamber of Commerce, on
the Pacific coast, will deliver aa ad
dress - in regard to the development of
foreign trade through ' Pacific coast
porta , : ' .
Mrs. Flora Harris
Mrs.' Flora Harris, M. died at her
home, 125 Thirteenth street. Wednesday
night. . Mrs. Harris la survived by her
husband, Joseph Harris, and her daugh
ter, Mrs. Marks of this city. No arrange
ments have been made for the funeral.
Little Talking Records
for Little Tots
- Hear the froggy' croak and the. lion roar. These
interesting, and indestructible records for children.
I WE NEVER CLOSE i!?
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l(PPBCpriDH Duster 1 1 1 X I
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will be found a very suitable and acceptable Christ
mas present. Hear them on
"Qur Musical Floor' The Seventh,
YOUR PROBLEMS AND THE
COUNSEL OF TRAINED
WO heads are better than one." An old'
saying, trite but true. Remember it when
you are confronted by business problems. And
recollect, too, that this bank, with its many
heads, may be able to give you valuable assist
ance in their solution.
Because we invest millions of dollars each year
we require the services of business and financial
experts. They in turn must have a vast amount
of detailed accurate information for their guid-
; ance. Their counsel and this information are
for our depositors as well as the services of our
WE INVITE YOUR:
CHECKING AND SAVINGS
Resources Over; $3 , 500,000
Commercial and Savings Accounts
Bonds and Trusts
Lumbermens Trust Company
A BANK. GIVING. A. COMPLETE FINANCIAL AND INVESTMENT SERVICE .
BROADWAY AND OAK
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THIS YEAR .
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r - BET WEEK 'WASHIB'GTOjr AND AL0EB 8T.
SHOES ARE DOWN!
AND HERE IS THE
COMFORT AND WEAR FOR THE MAN OUT OF
DOORS, q HERE'S A SOLID LEATHER REGULA
TION ARMY MARCHING
SHOE. EACH PAIR COST
THE GOVERNMENT $6.84.
OUR PRICE, $4.95.
TH J" . - BETWEEN WASHI50TOIT AND ALDEB ST. V , ' i i T ' n , A I
ONE OF THE 20o' NEW J;12l2? I
LINES IN OUR- LADIES' (: J3t:7 1 :
- ZZZX DEPARTMENT PRICED - V, -yvi J
'V "SV ACCORDING TO THE 13 Mlvf&tZ&l J
: V ; , PURCHASING POWER f I
OF OUR VAST CHAIN K . I
I. VV OF STORES ON P'-K: I:
A TODAY'S MARKET. i : '
-5T 1 " MILITARY LACE BOOTS 1 i:--:S0f
IPW ! IN ALL THE NEW . :f::I
- : If-W? I M DESIRABLE SHADES. y!$V &h
SfeofeSM? S NEW PRICE JiJiV a
; Xhis Week Only
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It My Costs ,'a-Dolkur to Semdl a
oinaef of CEristmas
There is nothing you can give a woman that is so'pertonal
as the one thing that will lighten her burden the whole
year - 'round. . And that one thing is a HOOSIER
KITCHEN CABINET. , . . ;
.If works for her and with her. every day of the year
easing the strain of her house-work, shortening" the time
she must spend in" the kitchen, turning drudgery into
"happiness. . .
2 Days More
Big Combined Offer'
Throughout all the years the, Hoosjer will save her; miles
of steps eath day, cut out the needless lifting and stooping
of kitchen workj and increase the hours that may be spent
in: happy recreation. Only two days remain of tliis big'
iHoosier ''demonstration andT sale. Come to our store to
morrow and select your Hoosie'r. Delivery will be made
now' or any time before Christmas.
Assortment of 14.
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