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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1921.
THE OREGON . DAILY " JOURNAL, PORTLAND. OREGON
HEADY TO REOPEN
FIGHT ON WES
Br AHxtr T. Job
Chicago, Nov. IS. Railroad brother-
fcooda are rtiutj to-reopen the fight
with the executive over wages and
working rule at the drop of the hat.
Two of the bl transportation nniona
Made this clear here In two hot meet
lnga. at which It waa said that the de
clared Intention of the caniera to poet
nottoee of ware cuta thia week la
challenge to the men to strike.
It waa the consensu of 270 chairmen
end the executive officer of the brother'
hroda of locomotive engineers and the
firemen and engine mn, that the rail
roads want war and that revival of tha
etrlke vote recently withdrawn will have
it follow the posting of any notice re
garding wage outs.
TO SOTITT BOARD
The brotherhoods at the second meet
ing also framed a resolution which la ex
pected to be adopted, notifying the rail
road labor board of an "irreducible
minimum that will be acceptable to the
men on working rules.
Many of the general chairmen at the
meeting spoke with great bitterness, se
verely criticising- Warren Q. Stone, grand
chief ef the engineers, and W. 8. Carter,
president of the firemen, for accepting
the truce offered by the rail board when
the strike order was withdrawn a few
weeks ago. . Both Stone and Carter
Much of the time of both meeting
was devoted to 'discussion of working
rules which, according- to speakers, the
railroads are gradually modifying until
"we aoon will be back where we we(t
in year ago. according to speaaera.
ftT&IKE THREAT BEKJT
The calling In of general chairmen of
the big unions from all parte or the
country le considered In railroad circles
a being Indisputable evidence that the
unions are preparing for a revival of the
strike threat The resolution to notify
the railroad board of what wlll be ac
cepted as Working rules, which had not
been brought to a vote here "Monday
night, waa also regarded as a war
threat, aa none of the rules affecting
these organisations has yet been handed
Developments In this situation are ex
pected to crystallite rapidly during the
mat two weeks. The labor board Is
about to hand the third section of the
working rules affecting the shop craft.
That many of the new rules will modify
old ruinations In favor of the carriers
Is a foregone conclusion, aa the first two
sections of these rules made radical
changes In wartime regulations.
M 5DAMENTAI.lt INVOLVED
The board will then take up ihe
brotherhood rules, affecting overtime.
hours of labor and many other funda
"We have got to serve notice on the
board of an Irreducible minimum," de
clared (ftie general chairman In the meet
ing; at the Masonic temple. "We never
rave gone before this board or any other
arbitration tribunal that we did not
loee some of our privileges. We must
stay tOO per cevt pat on our working
ruU i or we will go up the spout- The
rx ecu Uvea are going ahead and we are
e funding still. What are onr executive
officers doing? I came to thia meeting
v. Ith instructions to see that something
It was the opinion of the chairmen
that a stand nhould be made on work
Ins rules before any definite action is
taken on wave a. ,
Back Salary Will
Soon Get Hearing
Washington. Nor. 15. ' fWASHIIC
TON BUREAU OF THE JOURNAL
The case of Frank S. Myers, formerly
poetraasftr of Portland. Or., who seek
to compel the government to pay him
back salary from the time he was ousted
from office, ia expecteed to he called
for. argument In the United States court
of claims in ji week or 10 dara.
Myers contention ia that he could not
legally be "fired" without the consent
of the senate before the end of his four
year term, and that he ts therefore en
titled to pay until that time. A supple
mental complaint filed by bis counsel
covers the time between the date his
complaint was originally filed and last
July, when the four-year period expired.
The testimony has been talten Toy de
position. There Is no dispute as to the
facts. The government denies that he Is
entitled to any pay after the date of his
removal from office. The total of bis
claim is about 110,000.
Leniency Is Shown
Hood River. Nov. 15. Al W. Bishop
was indicted Monday by the grand Jury
on a charge of using a dangerous
weapon on Manager A. W. Stone of the
Apple Growers' association, due to al
tercatlon over accident Insurance. , The
rr&nd Jury recommended leniency ion
acount of the accused man's age and
family. Later In the day he pleaded
guilty and waa sentenced to six months'
imprisonment by Judge Parker. In line
with the grand jury' finding he ' was
By Dallas Legion
Sunday, Nov. 20th
2 P. M.
1274 Fourth St. j
INTENDED SOO-PIECE !
Beginners, Amateurs. Pro
fessionals will be there
from Portland and all over
Players & Beginners
On All Band
I1U. Or.. Nov. 15. Carl B. Fenton
post, American Legion, has nominated
the following candidates for the elec
turn to be held December 2: Commander,
Jack Hayes, Robert S. K reason and
Stafrln; vice commander, Ed-
lllme, Harold H. Rich; adju
tant. Tracy Savery : treasurer, John O.
Cerny, Ray W. Chute; historian, Lind
ley M. Bowles, Guy (I. Brock ; Sergeant-at-erma.
John A. Krelsen, Vernon 1. SJm
ttionn ; chaplain. Frank James; members
of executive committee (three to elect),
Walter K. Ballantyne, Dennis J. Bowe.
Fred R. Frskes. Wiley M. Gardner,
Frank K. Kersey, SwaWr H. LaLonde,
William J. White.
Chinese Gunman Is
Arrested by Police
Bill Hee, Soey Sing Interpreter and
leader, was arrested Monday evening
wrourin anu r tanners streets ny in-
prctors llellyer and Leonard, on a
t-iarse of carrying ceni-ealed weapons
HI ball was set by Deputy District At
torney Stockman at $I0H. Harry Wong.
impeded gunman who wan arrested on
tnt night of OHoher 1, following the
shooting of Wong Gee, hut later released
IH-auee of lack of evtSence, was accom
pany rng THee at the time of the arrest,
lie was unarmed.
& WETMORE .
217V8 CHERRY ST.
Phone East 6224
than of higher
it goes farther.
for more than 30 years
Millions of pounds
bought by the goV
' the best.
WHY PAY WAR PRICES?
Electrical Household Helpers and
Kitchen Wares, Etc Etc
full variety of the best.
- r-Sixtii " Floor.
"Mercnanclise of xi Merit CW
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. Lampshade Making ;
Purchase Materials hi the Department,
and receive lessons without charge. 1
thinking that Many Wilt
Home Before Thanksgiving Gomes
What if the loved one vho has been away for so .long is expected, home for Thanks
giving dinner? What if other guests are tTbe entertained? What if some are to visit
for a week or more? Or what if the gathering is to be the same as on other days? Thanks
giving is a day to be observed within the home especially, and where is the housewife who
doesn't want her home to be as bright and inviting as her means will permit?
and linen values of note
Pattern Table Cloths -These will prove a fitting foun
dation of the Thanksgiving spread. Rich fai finish and beautiful
in design a splendid assortment of patterns to select from.
Pattern Table Cloths Size 2x2 yards. ........ .$ 8.SO
Pattern Table Cloths Size 2x2 yards 10.75
Pattern Table Cloths Size 2x3 yards... .112.75
Napkins to Match Size 22x22 inches, dozen 11.00
Irish Linen Table Cloths Genuine Derryvale linen ;
rich, lustrous cloths in the popular circular patterns; a splendid
assortment of designs. Every cloth and napkin guaranteed to give
Derryvale Linen Cloths Size 2x2 yards. ....... .$13.50
; Derryvale Linen Cloths Size 2x2 yards. ........ .$16.85
Derryvale Linen Cloths Size 2x3 yards ......... 20.00
Napkins to Match Size 22x22 inches, dozen .15.50
Linen Table Cloths, $4.95 Size 70x88 inches, almost
2J yards long and guaranteed Derryvale pure Irish linen. A
wonderful cloth for everyday use. Shown in .floral and striped'
designs. A lucky purchase brings this offering. No napkins to
Linen Napkins, $7.95 dozen Size 22x22-inch napkins
pure linen, offered at about regular wholesale price because there
are no table cloths to match.
Second Floor, Lipiaan, Wolfe & Co.
9x12 Axminster Rugs
of the Standard Quality
Featured at $37.50
Rugs of Beauty, Rugs of "Worth -
For the Thanksgiving hostess who is refurnishing the. living
room or dining room, these rugs will be a revelation of the pos
sibilities for artistic selection at moderate cost." Other values of
special interest are: -,
Seamless Tapestry Brussels Rugs,
Size sy4xoy2i Special, $16.95
Seamless Tapestry Brussels Rugs;
Size 9x12, Special, $ 1 7.95
New Oval Rag Rugs
These are the heavy braided rugs that lie flat on the floor; so
desirable for bedrooms and bathrooms" Each rug is a pleasing
medley of soft and cheerful colors. 18x36 to 30x60 inches,
2.95 to 7.95.
Sparkling New Glassware
for the Thanksgiving Table
The ice$ and cold beverages seem to possess so much
more tang when they are partaken of from these glittering
goblets, sherbets and tumblers six each at 10.45 to 45
for the i8-piece set.
Sixth Floor, Lipmen, Wolfe & Co.
Thanksgiving Sale and
Showing of the Standard
It's economy time again to fill your china closet The most
advantageous Thanksgiving selling of finest china dinner sets and
semi-porcelain ware that we have been privileged to announce in
In bringing before you in this advertisement such items as may probably best fit your
plans- for a cozier and more attractive home at any time. Lipman, Wolfe & Co. -would
stress also the positive advantages ia purchasing at a store so reliable as this. Price in every .
instance is moderate, always. . On-some of the more remarkable assortments there will be
soecial prices - tomorrow. . ?
plenty at this good store
Satin Bed Spreads, $5.00 82x94 inches; a heavy
weight, full size satin spread, with hemmed ends. These beautiful
satin bed spreads are priced on the basis of the low price of
cotton six months ago.
Satin Bed Spreads, $7.0082x94 inches ; made full size
of an extra fine quality of satin, finished with scalloped and cut
corners. All have plain centers. A splendid assortment of designs
to select from.
Wool BbmkeU, $11.1)5 Made expressly for Lipman,
Wolfe & Co in the most beautiful plaids and most wasted col
ors; 100 per cent pure wool; pink, blue, rose, corn, heliotrope and
gray. Full size bed blankets, 70xS4 inches, five-pound weight
Pillow Cases, 85c Made from the "Fruit of the Loom,"
lace trimmed, with neat hemstitching and lace edge. Very at
tractive for day pillow cases. Size 45x36 Inches.
81x90-inch Full Bleached Sheets, $1.40 Seamless, of
a good weight and finish, free from dressing; for full-size beds.
Full-Size Comforters, $6.75 Filled with pure white
cotton and covered with figured mull top with plain borders and
silkoline back; one of the daintiest comforts we have offered
Floor, Lipnaa, Wolf & Co.
years. Ail open stock patterns,
you need it.
Save now on a set and fill in as
The kind of linoleum your mother preferred and which she is
very likely still using. It lasts almost a lifetime and always looks
new as the colors run clear through to ib back.
Fifth Floor, Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
i Inlaid Linoleum, $1.39 Square Yard
I 1 Art very markedly enters into the
success of Lipman-Wolfe's.
I I . T f --ti rA Invr rvf hASiififiil linilciinac ti
flowers you will take pleasure in viewing the exquisite
etchings and color reproductions now being shown
here for the first time in Portland. . It will be an
even greater delight for you to possess one of these
pictures with the opportunity of beholding it daily
in our home to cheer the dull days of winter.
Prices are $2.00 to $50.00. Frames maf be had
of special molding toned to bring out the colorings
of each ricture. ,
Picture Galleries. Seventh Floor,
Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
Our most popular pattern
in Nippon' china (1524); a
wide ivory band with a nar
, row floral border edged with
a gold hairline.. A dainty
42-piece eU, $29.75
51 -piece ets, $46.50
100-piece seta, $82.50
J. & G. Meakin English
semi-porcelain; a reproduc
tion of the popular English
bone china pattern; festoon
of corn flowers, with a red
42-piece ieU, $22.25
51 -piece U, $34.50
100-piece sets, $63.50
-Sixth Floor, Lipman, Wolfe Sc Co.
A Good Roaster Is Essential
to the Success of the Dinner
Every roaster in the Lipman-Wolfe household department
has its own particular merits, whatever the price. So come
and select the one that best suits your purpose, of enamel
ware, sheet iron or aluminum.
15 and 17-inch Roasters , $1.25 and $1.85
15-lnch Aluminum Roasters.... $2.9$
Round Lisle Roasters $5.50
Oval Lisk Roasters $3.75 to $6.00
Wearever Aluminum Roasters $6.60 and $8.00
Mirro Aluminum Roasters, self-basting $5.00
Sixth Floor, Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
The Turkey Must
Be Neatly Carved'
Father can't be expected to
do the thing up gracefully on
Thanksgiving, if the carving
knife is dull and ancient.
Here are earring sets and
bird carvers. Landers & Frary
& Clarke "Universal" make
with high-grade steel and fine
handles in half a hundred
styles. $2.25 to $12.50.
. Sixth Floor,
lipman. Wolfe & Co.
Pyrex Casseroles in
Chafing Dish Style
The Pyrex glass casserole
the best for the oven, the
most attractive for the table
in Us glittering frame, serves
food piping hot with no loss
of the tempting aroma and
flavor that mother or sister
knows how to put into iL
This is special at $4.89.
Wolf. & Co.
New Filet Curtain Nets
In Small Patterns, 41 to .
48 Inch, 59c Yard
Curtainings of True Charm
These wide nets with their airy, light-admitting mesh and at
tractive little figures are just what many a homemaker will
require to make over the appearance rbf her favorite windows.
Cretonne and Chintz,
36-inch and 32-inch, 39c Yar v
Scrim and Marquisette,
36-inch, Special, 29c Yard
Cretonnes Also Featured at
49c and 59c Yard
Lace-ldged Curtains, $1.59 Pair
Firmly made, of marquisette or scrim, in white or cream. 2i
yards long. Plain edges as well as lace-trimmed.
Curtains of dotted Swiss and fine voile, hemstitched, with ruf
fles, very dainty for bedrooms. $2.95 pair.
Handsome Curtains, $3.95 Pair
Filet net and marquisette, curtains with lace edge and hem
stitched scrim curtains, 2 54 and 2 yards long, are included in
this group forliving rooms, dining rooms and bedrooms.
-Flftfe Floor, lipmea, Wolfe C.
A magnificent collection and all .. '
at the new low prices.
Clever decoratorvnse an artistic mirror to give spa-',
ciousness to a smau room and dignity to furnishing
on a larger scale. Candles or a vase of flowers re
flected in Us dear surface these are ways la which
one may play j to a mirror.
Mirrors for every room In the' home are contained:
In our showing Colonial, French, Italian and Jap
nese. Including period styles. .
Ficticre Gallon. Seveatk Floor,
Wolf Ml Co.
THIS STORE USES NO COMPARATIVE PRICESTHEY ARE MISLEADING AND OFTEN UNTRUE