The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, November 24, 1921, Page 6, Image 6

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    -THE OREGON DAILY 'JOURNAL PORTLAND.: OREGON.'
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 132L
PUBLIC: SERVICE
HAT
BUY BY STORM
IONS HI
if
Railroads and Urtid companies
this moraine ,rooa;hlr estimated thlr
florin tfama U the Portland district
It l.l:S.0O nd predicted 'that It will
f two mealfca setose normal condi
tion can do restored.
I To this total wlU s damage amouat-
tf to MTtral huadreda 6f thousands of
ittars to orchards, crop, farm landa
and other prtrate lnUrrvta wbleh.were
taaght la tte vortex of the now and tc
form to the east, or were swept by the
pood waUro to tho south.
I Ao craws of tho telephone and rail
road companies pushed farther Into the
Columbia gorge this morning word f 11-
Ired through to convey aomo Idea of
the ravages dona by tho storm in that
f tstrlct. No news has yet bean brought
In from tho storm center between: One
enta gorgo aad Caacada Locks, but at
he latter plaoa drifts have Been found
tanging a deep aa 60 feet.
098E8 AS ESTIMATED
Many of tho companlee will be unable
to eatlnaaU their losses within 150,000
ntll a complete survey to made, but
ihe rough estimates today were, aa -tot-
Paclfte Telephone St Telegraph com
iny, ISO0.0OO; O.-W. K. & N.. $200,000;
Southern Pacific, IIJO.OOO; 8. P. ft S,
100.000 ; Westers Union, I7S.000 ; North-
western ElectrV;, $50,000; Portland Rall
ft ay. Light ft Power company, $35,000;
foetal Telegraph. $10,000.
J Tho Pacific Telephone Telegraph
Onmpany was the' heaviest loner because
(a Itnea were completely demolished be
tween Portland and a short distance be
fond Cascade Looks. To thla was added
damage In the city and the numer
ous breaks In surrounding territory.
Z The polo line through the gorge was
ionstructed to meet lust such an emerg
ency as a sleet storm. Extra heary
wire had Seen used, but Unemen found
that this wire averaged IS pounds to
the foot In weight where the sleet storm
ied taken place. This means an average
freight of 13 pounds to the pole and when
no pole feu Uie rest went. T
LEET AT CASCADES
I The tlcphore rompany workers landed
i t Corbett had t" chop their way through
I Inches of Ice from the river to the
ilghway. Another river boat was sent
o Brlday Veil Wednesday night with
20 line workers.
' In the city 100 telephones were
rought Into service last night, so that
he total out of service ttoay Is 10,000.
The next heaviest loser was the O.-W.
A N.. which, up, to this morning, had
frenotratod as far as Oneonta forge from
the west and as far as Wyeth from the
east- "s-u5 " V. ;V
Surrey parties of the O.-W. R. N
reported drifts estimated At CO feet, la
depth Id, the- SO-talle atretdn of the
gorge, which" bore the brunt of the
storm. 'Probably a way win not be-do
through , the gorre before Sunday,-Ana
through operation of trains 'to tho East
may aot .be attempted until aext week.
The railroad workers report a- tnaw
la the. lower part of the gorge,' which baa
added the peril of slides and high water
to the general situation, it is xearea
the bridge at Eagle.jCrees; win be swept
out..
Orr-thr Southern rsctfle the fun force
of the flood was Telt. A long stretch
of track baa been swept out at Jeffer
son bridge approach. la another place
a trestle 176 I set in lengu wui n
be constructed. Near Sheridan a stretch
of track 400 feet has been swept com
pletely away.
SOBTH BAJTX FORCE fTOBKS
On o a. P. A 9. rotary plows and Ice
Alkrera had advanced beyond Cooks
from the west end and as far as Fall-
hridff from the east end. Higher tern
Mninnii have started a number of
slides which will require stesji shovels
to remove. These slides sre the worst
near Tunnel No. 1. about 10 miles east
f WuhnnnL Dander of waahouta
exlnts at several polnU doe to raging
mountain ' currents.
ti wuturn Union will have to re
construct completely i it Eastern lead
line and has sustained damages In many
sections to the north ana souin miwo.
MnMt of the line of the Northwestern
Electric on the north bank of the river
will have to be reconstructed. The rori
land Railway. LlRht A Power company
.frrA mnnt In the Park Rose district.
.v.,.. ,h nnwr line reconstruction i
.lliivusii v " -----
some oolnts will Incur large expendl
turea. The Postal Telegraph company
sustained most of Its losses In the Salem
section.
E
7Tha Dalles. Nor. J. Concern -for the
safety of members of The .Dalles-California
'auto caravan, made op of com
mercial representatives of . several
Northwest cities as well as from. The
Dalles Ttnd other Cenuar Oregon owa,
was lifted Wednesday afternoon when
news was received of their safe arrival
at Wasco. Information la that the
members will proceed Thursday rrotn
Wasco hers by train U possible.
The caravan was organised to trav
erse the lusrnway rouie xo taiuornia
and left here Monday, November 14.
The southbound half of the journey, by
way of Bend to Ktamain r aiia. was
most successful. On the return trip the
machines encountered the storm of the
last week-end and were Beard of Satur
day night from Madras. A report that
the party would attempt to proceed
from there to this city In the .storm
added to apprehension for tho safety
of its members.
Eric V. Hauser Is
New President of
Rose Festival Body
The new board of the Rose Festival
association was organised Tuesday with
the following officers: Eric V. Hauser,
president; Clay 8. Morse, first vice
president ; Mrs. Frank McCrlllis. second
vice president; William P. Merry, sec
retary, and Louis O. Clarke, treasurer.
No definite date was set for the 192?
Rose Festival, but It Is the plan to hold
It in June when the national Shrine
convention will be held in San Fran
cisco.
1200 Feet of Oregon
Electric Track Out
Approximately 1200 feet of track baa
been swept 'out on the Oregon Electric
near the approach to the bridge at
Dew, which went out with the flood
of the Santiam Monday. It wlU be nec
essary to construct S00 feet of tempo
rary trestle and 180 feet of permanent
trestle at that point. Oregon Electric
officials received advice Wednesday that
the water was 18. Inches deep In the Cor-
vallis station.
. MRS. EMMA ZADOW DIES
Word of the death in Eagle Rock, CaL,
of Emma Zadow, wife of Charles M.
Zadow, formerly of Portland, was re
ceived Wednesday by friends here. Three
brothers, Fred, Guy and Alfred Kocher,
and a sister, Mrs. H. W. Kaupusch. re
side In Portland. Mrs. Zadow was the
daughter of Nicholas Kocher.
Highwaymen Make v
Good Haiils, Safe
Is 3M)eaoft5265
Two men were held up and safe wms
fobbed Tuesday night by bandits -who
escaped with several -hundred dollars in
cash, ,'Uberty -bonds aad valuable
Jewelry. W. J. Haiael. 1M2 Vinard. ave
nue, was robbed by a lone bandit who
was masked with a red bandana hand-i
kerchief. The highwayman accosted him
at Ainsworth 'avenue aind Atlantic street,'
holding him' up with a nickel plated re
volver. Hainel lost a diamond stick
pin valued at $400 and $106 In cash.
Burglars rifled the safe of Williams A
Co., makers -of potato chips, Mississippi
avenue and Munroe street, some time
during the night A total of $115 in cash
end $150 worth of Liberty bonds were
taken. The manager reported to the
police this morning, stating the safe door
had apparently been left unlocked over
night.
John BiUam, Taylor hotel, was held- np
and robbed at Third and Taylor street
about midnight The highwayman took
$120 In cash. He la described as 5 feet
? inches, about 25 years old with a dark
complexion, dressed in a macklnaw and
dark cap. l
Auto Is "Wrecked"
By Vandals;Plot
Of RevengeSeen
Grants Pass, Nov. William Kern
of Placer is out a new car by what
officers believe Is the direct result of
recent arrests for moonshinins; in that
district Some time since last Friday,
when three men were convicted of
moonshine operations, persons prac
tically destroyed the machine belong
ing - to Kern. Firs new tires, the
cushions, backs of the Beats and the
top were sliced to ribbons, tho timer.
carburetor and other like equipment
was thrown away, while the vandals at
tacked the engine with a hammer.
Threats had been made to wreck
vengeance upon anyone who gave ln
formation concerning the liquor opera
tions in that district and the officers
believe that.; friends of the convicted
moonshiners kuspected that Kern' bad
Informed the district attorney. - Other
threats in been made regmrdins; wtoat
night happen to persona a-tvln; infor
mation. The mors serious of these to
mata shootlns; from the bresh, -
Posl Nominations
-Are Sent tr Senate
'? Washington, - Nov. St-rfWASHIKCi-TON
BUREAU OF THE JOTJRXAl
STORM MISSES PAISLEY
W. B. Snyder of this city received
word from Paisley, Wednesday, that
the storm was not apparent in that sec
tion, though wind was experienced for
a few days and there was a light rain.
The weather Wednesday- was reported
as ideal and as warm as summer. The
road between Paisley and Bend was
said to be in good condition.
Thanksgiving Matinee Dance
BROADWAY HALL
Prize Masquerade Thanksgiving Night
The Best Conducted Hal The Best Music -Dancing
Every Week Night Bargain Night, Monday 25c
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Portland's Leading Importers of Oriental Art Goods
The Well Known CANTON BAZAAR
WUI Conduct
a Giant
SALE
of All
Its Goods at
Big Reductions
Beginning at IL'm rj wT And Continuing
9:30 A. M IT JTIOCy Until New Year
We have broken away from all traditions and precedents, by launching this coming great sale at this
particular time, preceding the Holiday Trade Season,
when merchandise of this character is never lowered
in price. But to be perfectly frank. WE NEED THE
MONEY arrd need it badly just now. For that reasOn
we will overlook present valuation arid forego all
profit we are justly entitled to.
Every Piece of
Our Great Stock of
Imported
China Ware
Marked "Way Down for This Sale
$15 Hand-Painted
Tea Sets for
$9.75
Elegant $18 Sets
on Sale for
$12.50
We want our friends and the general public to know
that EVERYTHING in this store will be sold at a
whole lot less than regular prices.
You will find our establishment a treasure for Oriental
goods, beautiful and artistic.
Our Sale prices will do the rest.
We will start the ball
rolling tomorrow by
selling $2.50 and $3.00
CREPE KIMONOS at
SKDc
Our Entire Magnificent
Stock of Silk and
Silk Crepe
Kimonos
Gorgeous, Hand - Embroidered
affairs. Each on work of art,
at Ute following ratio:
$20 Ones for $13.35
$25 Ones for $16.65
$35 Ones for $23.35
$45 Ones for $30.00
i
Win
2 Cups and Saucers
for the price of one.
The 35c Kind.
2for 35c
18c
Decorated China Tea Pots
The $1.00 Kind
55c
The $1.25 Kind
75c
Bamboo
Baskets
Lowered considerably in price.
TVis. Is tae wj
75c ones QK.
for OtiC
90c ones
for
1 KA
7t. yoc
55c
sT ;tm
Hand-Embroidered Satin and a or
Velour $JTl25
a
The $3.00 and $3.S0 Kind
$1.95
We will also sell, 12 Hand
Embroidered $5 Crepe Kimonos
You will find this a veritable paradise for everything
pertaining to Oriental Art Novelties, including Sandal
wood and Lacquered Ware, Rattan Furniture, Jewelry,
Embroidered Goods, Hand-Painted Jars of all kinds
and the- main thing the prices have been lowered
enough to interest all comers.
Amongst
Others
ONLY FIVE MORE DAYS OF OUlfc
mm
eml&eir
Sale!
We suggest that you shop at our store now while
the savins to you is so great.
50c Jap and
China Sandals. .mdfJKs
$3.50 grade Blue China
Plates, per
dozen .
Gold Leaf Decorated
TEA JAR? (J -I
$2 quality. .D Lm&D
$1.75
CAMHH
Chew Hing Lung Co. Established 18 Years in Portland
- " 362 Morrison St. between Park and West Park
Jost befor adjottfniBeat tbe prsal-
dest sent to" tbe seaate the following
pfwtiaaaUr Bomlnattoni ta Oregoa : EoV
wia . Uahcex at Halfway : Votaey Xi
Ise. at Nortb-Powoer: EllsabeUl ThomB
soo. st Krssa; "Jessie Hood, at Wallow,
aad Walter C Holland, at WestporL
All the following goods now on
display in our windows
Tipettry Overstuffed Daven.
port; present regular price
$83.00
Chair
present regular J?IO OJT
or Rocker to match;
price"$55. Special
Brown Mahogany Library Ta
ble; refultr price COQ Hfl
$40. Special stW.e7eUU
Ivory Dresser; present regular
price $40. Spe- QOQ rft
cial price OAiieUV
Ivory Chiffonier; present ref
ular pried $26. CI Q OR
Special price DUdO
54-inch Walnut Table, solid
top, 8 ft. ext; present regular
Special price D I -e I U
Ivory Chair; present regular
Price $7.00. Spe- PA
cial price D'teUU
Walnut Buffet; regular pried
?ic?:..s.pe.ci.,I $135.00
5 Walnut Diners, t Carver,
blue leather setts. JQC A A
Special price DuOAJJ
SWATCH WRIGHTS WINDOWS!!
25,000 PAIRSWINTER
SHOES- Pre-War
Rubbers
CkiUrMa Rsibors, JQ
siaee 4ta 1QH. Mr iiU
Wrs. ,11 sbas DaC
Misses Rabbors b Q
aLsea'lX to 2..... VUC
Ladies1 Rubbers, Unr of
kih ksis, i an ijgc
Yoatbs ki-vy soU tJQ n
RabWs, siaes 1 1 ta 2 iJK
Boys' Hoavy Sola RabWe,
sr,.f.!: 98c
Men's RabUn, all AQ
6 to 10
Felt Slippers
fJQk n These come in
I , men's, wom
en's, misses and chil
dren's several styles
to . choose from. Be
sure to see these, as
you will want to buy
tor the whole family.
All sizes from- chil
dren's No. 4 up to
men's No. 11. Every
one can be fit- r7Q
ted. This sale I tit
2:
5
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Children's
Dress Shoes
WHITE All
COLORED TOr
Btfttoa aad
8ss
$1.48
Sises S ts m bi..f 1.4
BUes inli snag aeei
Slscs 6
keel
ts 11. syrtar
... B1.9S
Sises I1H to , beel....ai.aa
'Children's Scuffers
Per
Pair
Taa aai but, ban a r lae.
Sises 4 to S1.48
SIset IH U U S1.98
SUes UH U S2.48
Tbe Ideal footwear for girls
and boys for all-around wear
hary sewed soles, all re
inforced, stltebed
GirU' School SHOES
Discontinaed Patterns
Simmons Beds
Ivory Square Post; present
regular price CQA Oft
$39.0. Special OOUeUU
Present regular COQ H1Z
price $36. Special tD-Oe 1 1)
Walnut finish; present regular
price $320. tJOC KA
Special price &&00J
Karrew, ateeasi
or wide toes la
Black er Brewa
Calttkii Skoea.
SVs to S2.9S
11H U
M ..S2.9S
U 11 at
m
1 C2-98
2 J- ;
Heel Shots
mill mum
Brewa KM aad
Calfskta Skeee
wllk
eletb tcvei rsi
s U II.M.
Bigs, lew
aad edlasi
keels.
FRANCIS J. LATORA
Overseas Veteran GasseH and Totally Disabled
Restored by
Boys EngJisb SImms, black K
aad biwWB, (?0 AO
pair tDLUO
CaUsklrt Bbjossv OeslOle sewed
solas, cisea
11 to S,
2.981 IH
to H.
.88.
BIS.
B3.08
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$3.98 I
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Boys Army Shoes m O
strsar brsws s m
ralftkta. keerr I J "1 I Yd
das4e eels. I hi 11 ,
dlses 11 tm J JLJ I I
MM it $2.48 JIj
Stset 1 to t rCT 1 1
at B2.T JhSf
Stresg Calftkla Sesjoelf
Bkees, sues II
UllHSl.es
aises l to
s. 2.48
IVs to H
at 92.48
sttst
92o8
DR. GEORGE S. BREITLING'S
CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS
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lS77"3Dl Bas Hsat.
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I 1 Boys', tH ts
I V ( - S3.48
f nut
$2.98
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Rubber Boots
Pre-War Prices
Children's, 5 to 10it,
. at $1.98
Misses', 11 to 2, $2.48
Women's, 2Vi-8 $2.48
Men's and Boys', all
sizes,
at
$2.48
Men's Leather
Slippers
$1.79
BXTWEEH WASB7BGT0B AXD
ALDER OH rOCBTtf STREET
ObbosIIs ClrdS Tbeatre
nn
LrtLLS
I Prompt Attention to Mail Orders L"
FRANCIS J. LATORA
Francis J. Latora, whose picture appears above, has been saved
from a life of pain, misery and helplessness to tbe sunshine of health
and happiness through the ministrations of Dr. Geo. S. Brietling. the
weii-knowa bpinoiogist, with ,onis 609-014 Broadway bunding.
Mr. Latora answered his country. call during the. world war and.
being a skilled chef, directed the work of 40 cooks who fed daily
thousands of officers and men at the Lemora artillery school in France.
while on board th transport Susquehanna in Nazaire Harbor.
France, a carboy-of ammonia exploded.' Mr.-Latora was overcome by
the fumes, of the gas. and fell down the hatchway, suffering tbe most
severe injuries, wrenching bis spine and rdvis and paralyzing; his rizht
side and right leg. On May 21st. 1920, nabl to wait talk or dress
himself, he wis bronght to my office, assisted by his Brother and sister.
' After one week's adjustments Mr. Latora was able to come to the of
fice unassisted and has made rapid progress towards complete recovery.
- In irty practice l use no vibrators, electricity or My other device.
i lost ray hands' guided by a thorough knowledge of my profession.
This is only, one of many hundreds of almost hopeless people who are
now able to enjoy rife through adjustments made by bands scientif
ically and gently applied, - - . . y - - . - -
Take tlie
Sunset Route
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The Sunset -Limited
(No Extra Fare)
operating daily between
The Golden Gate end The Crescent Gty
offers all the' comforts ef modern travel.
Thru Sleeping Cars
San Francisco and Los Angeles
to
New Orleans and Washington
Observation Car and Dining Car all the way.
Connection is made at New Orleans with Southern Pacific Steamers
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- to northern and eastern cities.
Hww Ona-way Fans, East thrOarb California, ait boot additional
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appeal to you.
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Inquire of Tickets Agents for farther particulars or write -' v
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