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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON
THURSDAY, MARCH Ci, 1C21.
INTO CONTEST TO
CAPTURE FAIR SITE
' Ten thousand pamphlets have been
printed and are being distributed by
the Sellwood Board of Trade and
Si II .. A V 1 . O-tT , - A
VOuiiDuaiir ciuo cxiouuis ociiwuuu
park, Sellwood slough and Ross
Island as the ideal location for the
If 25 exposition.
The proposition adopted by the or
ganisations is to reclaim the marsh
between the Oregon City car tracks and
the bluffs. Just north of the Oaks, park,
j and by building: pontoons usa Ross island
as a portion of the fair ground. Sev
eral months aro a move was made for
, the draining- of the swamp with the idea
of making; a municipal aquatic garden.
M ACRES nr AREA
' According to the pamphlet there is
$00 acres in the total area of Koss
island, the reclaimed land and Sellwood
park. This is exclusive of the mu
nicipal golf links, which the organisa
tions would use as well as the aviation
field if need be.
The main reasons why the exposition
grounds should be at Sellwood as told
-in the booklet are first. It is close to
-the heart of the city and has ample
transportation, both by land and river;
second, it advertises Portland as peo
ple must pass through the town to get
to the grounds ; third, the sits offers
great scenio. possibilities ; fourth, the
site can be made a part of Portland s
'park system after the exposition closea
PLAIT IS IICDORSED
The proposition is indorsed by such
men as the Rev. W. 8. McCullagh of
- the Presbyterian church, the Rev. W.
N. Ferris of the Baptist church, the
Rev. John Brian McCormick of the
Kpiscopalian church, u. H. Morgan,
Harry M. Huff, the Bank of Sellwood,
L W. Morgan, C. M. Thompson. Otto
O. Krogstad. J. C. Brill, Dr. John J.
. Sellwood, J. W. Caldwell, Walter C Ken-
worthy and J. w. Lehman. f s -
j At a recent meeting of the Portland
service league ue cseuwooa ae legation
appeared in force with banners and leaf
lets. A "pep demonstration was made
to show the league that Sellwood could
handle the fair proposition. .
Coat and Suit House
Leases Space Held
By Wiley B. Allen
Lease of space on the first and second
floors of the Royal building at Morri
son and Broadway for a period of 15
years, beginning March 1. 192Z, was an
nounced Tuesday. The Wiley B. Allen
company now occupies the premises and
the new tenant is Abe ueuar. wno saia
today he will alter the interior to serve
the needs of his coat and ' suit busi
ness. - ,
The Wiley B. Allen company has been
located at this corner for the last nine
years and according tothe manager of
the concern, declined to renew the tease
at an increased rental. Tne property oo
longs to Whitney I Boise. The Wiley
s. Aiitn rnm ra n w has made no arrange
ments for a new location.
Chamber! Approves -7
Bequest That Stone
Be Cut in Portland
Chamber, of f Commerce directors
Wednesday approved contention of mem
bers, of the Journeymen Stone Cutters'
association of North America, who asked
that the chamber use its Influence in
having Bedford stone used in 'the con
struction of the new Elks' building here
cut in Portland, instead of being cut at
point of shipment. This was done in
the case of the postoffice.'
The directors also opposed , the move
on the part of the federal government
to transfer the nydrograpmc omce ana
naval observatory, of the navy depart
ment, from that department to the de
partment of commerce. - It was pointed
out by the chamber In a resolution that
the observatory is or more value to tne
navy department than to the department
of commerce.- Copies of the resolution
will be sent to Vice President Coolldge,
the speaker of the national house of . rep
resentatives, the chairman of the joint
commission, and every Oregon senator
and representative. )- .
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To Open TJkiah Store
Albert Peterson of tTklah, ; with a
record of catching predatory animals
for the United States bioligical survey,
has resigned from government service to
open up a general merchandise , store
and garage at TJklah. :
Peterson explained that a "hat rack"
made of buck .horns and hoofs which
he presented to Stanley Jewett is . not
a hat rack but a gun rack, with a place
for rifles, fishing rods, pack . sacks n
everything, . : , :
Steele Receives Aid
W. C Steele, United States game war
den. Is being partially relieved of his
Alaska ' duties j by the assignment of
Ernest Walker: from Phoenix, Artx., ' to
Alaska, by the United States biological
survy. Walker sailed Tuesday for Ju
neau and will work in conjunction with
Steele at that end. Steele has hitherto
handled the work of Western Oregon,
Washington and Alaska unaided.
Eeed College Will
Seek Positions for
: Graduating Class
Reed college seniors have been look
ing for jobs, and the college office has
proffered its help. Dr. A. A. Knowlton.
acting president at Reed, announced in
a senior class meeting recently that
there are many positions open to Reed
graduates, and he asked that a ques
tionnaire be' filled out which will en
able the office to connect positions and
capable students. About 35 seniors will
graduate in - June and all are seeking
employment for the summer, and those
wno are-not going Into graduate study
10 Sign to Attend
- Ten Portlanders signed up Tuesday to
attend the ' Eighth National Foreign
Trade convention, to be held in Cleve
land May 4 to May 8. Those who have
already signified their intention of go
ing are t H- I Hudson, Stanley Jewett.
Frank P. Tebbetts, W. T. Sexton. Chris
tian Peterson. A. I. Doak. E. Wil
liams. Walter H. Brown. F. C Graham
and wife and Prank Ira White. .
Salem Gets Headquarters
RAim March 24. Headauarters for
the First battalion, Oregon coast ar
mii.. .nm. vtn be established in
are Inquiring- into possibilities ; for perjsalem, according to an order issue ny
"Adjutant General White, Wednesday.
O. A. C. STUDENTS
Special Tram -
Portland to Corvallis
Sunday,? March 27th
Leaves Portland Union Station
Leaves Portland, Fourth and Stark. Sts...
Arrives Corvallis Southern Pacific Station ..........
. 5 :00 P. M.
.5:05 P. M.
.8:15 P. M.
No stops en roate except for operating purposes.
... i i .'.:
Regular i Corvallis Trains
Leave Portland Union .Station 7:35 A. M., 1 :00 P. M., 4 :05 P. M.
For further particulars, inquire of local agent
John M. Scott
General Passenger Agent
Captain Charles K. Godsted has been
elected major and will be In charge of
the battalion., . -. -.
Erected over a frame of steel tubing,
a Wisconsin inventor's ent is claimed
to be as substantial as any portable
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Easter is a Good Time to Test
"Allen A" Hosiery Service
ONCE' in a while a' woman happens
on some really good Hosiery.
But you know whatj chance she has
when she goes back to get the same quality
a second time!
'The Dealer owes it to 'you to
clean up his stocks. Get rid
of his mixed lots and brands.
Specialise on "Allen A" At
any time his customers can
come back and get exactly the
same quality as a year or two
years before. -
"Allen A Service is more
than thirty years old. ! ;
You Can find it in thousands
of stores. I
The Label of "Allen A' is the new
mark of the Maker's identification and
responsibility on the celebrated DLACK
'Allen' the name of. the
Makers ; their personal pledge
of responsibility, to you. And
"A" the standard mark of
first and finest grade.
Your Dealer will get "Allen
A" Hosiery direct from the
The Maker's Mark
of Identification on
BLACK CAT Hosiery
From the day he puts it on
sale, his giving you good
Hosiery service becomes a cer
tainty instead of a thing of
The Allen A Company
Kenosha. Wis con sin
Pacific Coast Service Station, 526 Misicm Street, -San. Francisco
CtCTttght B3. Tim an A Cm$ my
After you've completed a forenoon
: of strenuous shopping: amid - the -
turmoil, commotion and crowds
: When your nerves are on edge.
' your hair just a little mussy, and
: you long for a last look into your
I vanity case - ; j
That's when you'll enjoy the rest
; f ul atmosphere, cheerful surround-
Ings, the respectful servioe and -delights
of a lunch, or dinner at
: . or a la carte :
' i Music and Dancing
during dinner and supper hours
MANY'S the Saturday evening you come:
down town" with the new "so far un
spent" pay check a-burning your pockets.
And no doubt the thought often occurs, "if I
could only get it in the bank, it would be out
of sight and out of mind!"
Well, it's that little extra service for saver which causes
United States National Bank to be open Saturday evenings
from 6 until 8.
"One of the
To bring the rose tint to women's and children's cheeks.
To increase men's energy and vim. i v
Do this, madam, for tomorrow's breakfast Stew some raisins accord-
ing to the recipe printed here, and mix with the oatmeal that you
serve tomorrow morning. ' . ' -
Do it for the added flavor to make oatmeal more attractive.
But do it mainly for the food'iron that raisins send into the blood,
and for the raisin's mildly laxative effect. '
The bloom of youth
The tonic food-iron of raisins helps to bring the bloom of youth to cheeks that
perhaps 'are paler than they should be. Then the nutriment of raisins 1560
calories per pound gives men and children die energy they need.
For regulating; tonic and nutritious properties combined, one can find no other
food, that's so effective. The luscious flavor makes it easy to serve stewed raisins
frequendy, so there's every argument in favor of their daily use. - V - -;
Try it for a month and see. Look in your pantry now. Begin tomorrow. f
Send for free book, "100 Raisin Recipes." But first try the recipe printed here.
Soak twlshts over night poor water
oft mad placa fa. strwpaa, pnrrlng la
not qnlf ssxmeh water to cover mod
cook slowly for abotxt mo. hour, then,
sugar to taste and add a bit of vanilla.
Soma raisins do not require rnofh or
What Dr. J. H. KeHogg aayst
- 0r. XaBcm ttttmmi at 0 trntoom Bttla
"Balslnsarc served on die Battle Creek
Sanitarium Table every day. Apound
of Raisins has twice riue food value,
an eqnal amonnt of iron, and seven
times as orach food lima as a pound
of choicest lean steak. The sugar of
Bsistns is mrtrh more wholesome than
cane sugar, requiring no digestion and
being absorbed in one-fborth the time
required for ordinary sasar. If the
American people would eat more
Raisins and . less meat the resoSa
would be better digestion, less rheu
matism, less Bright s disease, less
heart disease,' greater efficiency and
Use Sun-Maid Raisins in all your
cooking, for they are the finest grown.
Made from tender, juicy, thi&ekinned
California table grapes. ,
Packed in an immaculate plant in
California Clean, mtoeet, whole'
some, American raisins thev kinxl
you know are good :
Three varieties: Sun-Maid Seeded
(seeds removed) i Sun-Maid Seedless
(grown without seeds); Sun-Maid
Clusters (oil the stem). All dealers.
.Insist upon the Sun-Maid Brand. A
Send for free book, "Sun-Maid
Recipes," describing scores of ways
Calif ornia Associated Raisin
SepU TH'tt'B, Freisot CaL
CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATED RAISIN CO., Fresno, California
Membership 10,000 Grower
' Cut This Out and Send It
" Please send me voox book, Skm-MaU
- s-3 e.