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than a quarter of an boor after
the? bad held up the J. 3. Hawea groo-
MT, U North Eighteenth street, two
- armed bialtwarmen were captured at
Cerenth and Couch street Tuesday eve
nt C by poUce, aiter . a ring of motor
cycle mea and detect! re was thrown
around the Tidal tr of the robbery. A
third robber was being eoufht by,, police
Shortly after I o'clock, aocordlnf to
Haw, the hree armed men enured
his store, and while the two who were
later captured held their runs on the
proprietor an dhis wife, the third rifled
the cash - register. The cash slip was
taken so It was Impossible to tell the
The call was turned In at police head
quarter, and In a few mlnatee the
whole district was covered by police.
BALTID 05 BCSF1CI05
Inspectors Tackabery. Phillips and
Thorn, on route to th .scene of the
' holdup, encountered the two men at
. Klcventh street, and halted them on
suspicion. They were searched and two
guns found on them besides SIS. ""
Taking the two men to the store.
11a wes and his wife Immediately Identi
fied them as the robbers who flourished
the guns The two suspects denied the
, charge. The finding- of the cash regis
- ter check. Lamped 111, by the Jailer on
on r the men, alter It had been over
looked by detectives In their hasty ex
amination confirmed the Identification
XKir VT DI3ML
The two arrested men rave th.lr
names as F. O. Donalaon and Thomas
Byrne, Donalaon la 21 Tears of r
while his companion Is several Years
oiaer. - They continued to deny the
onarae ana rerueea to speak concern
In their mmuntnn
' rolice were scouring 'the north end
let In the evening for a trace of the
third man. who Ilawee aald was the one
who rtfled the caah register. . Ilawee and
hi Wife directed their aitantlnn th.
two men , who covered them with their
sun, ana waro unaoie to give a good
oeacnpuon oi we man etui at large.
Two at Marshfield
Held for Burglary
Marahflald. Jan. 11lMniuu tj.-
letL It. and ttv Thorn tl tt. v.....
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bound ovar to th STTanri Inr mi m
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of burglary. They eonfeased. according
to the -police, to robbing a residence in
kfarahflald and one in North Bend. All
aioi.n property was recovered. Bartlett'i
wife la IT years old. She was not r
rested. Most of the articles taken were
what could be uwd by a woman and
the young men assert they stole to get
clothing for the girl Some time ago
the trio attracted attention Iff" Portland
wnea utey were found traveling as
Portland police picked up the trio here
after they had " ..
T acorn. Money was given the girl so
that, eh could go to Marshfleld. where
k. an aald she had relatives. The boys
w uie ponce tney would work or "beat'
uir way mere ana were released.
Drain Bank Passes
To New Interests
Drain. Jan. 11 n.mH.m..
eompietcd here Monday night whereby
iwitm tteea and Milton C. Evans.
president and cashier respectively ot
- in Drain State bank, sold and dellv
ered their entire stork In th. K.nw .
stockholders in Mill ritv a . n.-v
' w1,Prt- The new president of tne
Drain. bank Is Jams & Flatland and
the new cashier la Otto T. Back, both ol
Mill City, who are now In charge. Other
wcanoioers m Uie local bank retain
Men Open Session
Spokane, Waskw Jan. It. & ' Cava-
naugh of Auburn. Wash,. 1 slated to
become the next president of the Pa
cific Northwest Hardwaro 4k Implement
association. The association opened a
four-day annual convention at Daven
port and will bold Its annual election
probably Friday. It Is anticipated that
approximately (00 voting members will
be in attendance. ' ' ...
XOXTKSaXO X ARHIAOE LICE58E
Monteeano. Wash.. Jan. It Marrtac
licenses war inni ...
Joffltt and Agnes Greenhalgh, Ta
-"t "jot, uaavtne, and Le
' - iir, t-vnarruie; t;. a. Rose
berg and Betty Mays, Seattle.
ON TAX REDUCTION
A state convention of the "Oregon Tax
Reduction Clubs" has been called to
meet at Portland,' March 20. next, for
the nuroose of determining mnri to
be Initiated which will tend to reduce
tax burdens throughout the state.
The organisation was formed at Me
Mlnnville, December II. by a gathering
of 400 taxnavera reDreaentina? 10 muntlna
of the state. It is now planned to hold
county conventions in each county
March 11. at which delegates are to be
selected to attend the state convention.
J. C Cooper of McMlnnvme is presi
dent of the parent organisation, with
Roy Stockton of Sheridan as secretary
treasurer and W. M. Ramsey of Mo-
Mlnnvllle. former fustic of th an.
preme court. Is attorney and legal ad
visor for the oraranlsatlon. The .at at
convention has been called by the execu
tive and advisory committees of the
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. OREGON
VA5C0TJTBB ,M ABKIAGE LICENSES
Vancouver. Wash.. Jan. 11. Th fol
lowing marriage licenses were issued
Tuesday : William Johnson. 28, and Mar
Jorle Moore. U, Portland; Lester Me
Conkey. legal. McMinnvUle, Or, . and
ciai fla. ueiapiane, legal. Salem. Or. ;
Bryan Hughes. 24. Rosebnrar. Or- ...I
Mildred M. Hughes. 12, Portland; Nel
son uaugarae. u. and Caroline E.
Heimer. 20. Portland; James Bottger,
eral. and Pauline Graven imi ttv.
Or. ' ' '
v SIDES Oil TREATY
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i (By CaHsd Hews) ' -'""4 . .
Washington, Jan. 17. Reports ;that
Washington, " Jan. IS. Reports that
to Democratlo senators to defeat ratifi
cation of the fonr-power Pacific treaty
are unfounded, according to Democratic
leaders. , . ' . .
Ko Democratic senator could"o'Tound
who would acknowledge the supposed
mysterious leadership belnff exerted by
Wilson.'; 'Senators' Glass. Swanson. Har
ris and. Overman were among those who
said they knew nothing about word from
Wilson. . .5;
Wilson's attitude on the treaty, so far
as can be learned, has not been made
known In any authoritative manner.
His -recent remarks concerning the
League of . Kations are widely inter
preted as an index of his opposition, but
so zar as can be ascertained, he has
made no attempt to influence the Demo
cratic senators In their course.
Democrats bavead little to say about
the four-power - treaty and other pacts
since the mutterings against the leader
ship. of Senator Underwood were noted
Till; Police Find
All Eids Innocent
The Dalles, Jan. 18. A 10-year-oUl
boy. trundling a sled behind him, stopped
at the Sackett-Gott furniture store
Tuesday and announced that he would
wait for his father, who was coming
along in a few minutes to buy a rug.
W. W. Wall, clerk in the store, ac
cording to his report to the police, went
to the basement to fire up and during
his absence the boy disappeared, to
gether with $45 in cash and a check for
$10. taken from the till.
The loss was' discovered soon after
wards, and the police notified. The boy
was traced to a nearby confectionery
store, according to Chief of Police
Heater, where he sought to buy $1 worth
of candy, tendering the $10 check tn
payment. The check was refused.
whereupon he cut down-his purchase to
25 cents, and paid for tt ta cash., -
The polios have Questioned scores) of
boys about the robbery, but so far the
youthful thief remains at large.
Ousted From Grange
t " ' " .
Spokane, Waslu, Jan. It. Followers
of William Bouck, deposed master ot the
Washington State grange, were finally
ousted from the Fort ColyQle grange
at a meeting- held Satnrdav ntzht that
sted until 2 o'clock . Sunday moraine.
The action followed a ruling by SUte
Master Fred Nelson and is regarded as
significant, since the Fort Colville grange
uvea maae a lest case by the mem
bers of the Waahinelon Pm-ri
grange, the Bouck organisation. It also
vows the transfer of the grange hail
by Bouck men to one of their number.
Charles J. Ferguson
Dies at Klamath
Klamath Falls. Jan, It Charles J.
Ferguson, 45, prominent attorney, died
here Tuesday after an Illness of more
than a yea. He: was a - thirty-second
degree Mason, a Knight Templar and
Shrlner and had been past exalted ruler
of the Pendleton lodge of Elks and of
the local lodge. As chairman of the
Liberty loan drive in this county, he
was credited with the record made in
that campaign. He is survived by a
wife, daughter and son, and two broth
ers. Leo and William W. Ferguson.
WATER SXRTICS DISCOXTErCED
Boardman, Jan. 1$. The school board
voted Saturday to discontinue ' water
service to the town, owing to Irregular
ity In payment ot the rentals. The city
council plans to seek a new water supply.
Spoils the Hair
Soap should be used Tory carefully,
if you want to keep your hair look
ing its best. Most soaps and prepared
shampoos contain too much alkali.
This dries th scalp, makes the hair
brittle and ruins U.
The best thing for steady use Is
Mulsified cocoanut oil shampoo
(which is pure and greaseleas). and
is better than anything else you can
One or two teaspoonsful of Mulsi
fied will cleanse the hair and scalp
thoroughly. Simply moisten the hair
with water and rub it in. It make
an abundance of rich, creamy lather,
which rinses out easily, removing
every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff
and excessive OIL The hair dries
quickly and evenly, and tt leaves the
scalp soft, and the hair fine and
silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and
easy to manage.
Ton can get Mulsified cocoanut oil
shampoo at any pharmacy. It's very
cheap, and a few ounces will supply
every member of the family for
months. Be sure your druggist gives
FOLgV-MatSLIY MUSIO 00V
10e BTH tTREgT -
See tomorrow night's pa
pers for the most interest
ing Auto Accessory an
nouncement ever made in
HOLD YOUR MONEY
UNTO: YOU SEE
David Modes Co,
"The Home of Auto Supplies"
Broadway at Couch. St.
11 1 1
THE END IS HERE
This store must close shortly our building is to be wrecked.
Greatest Price Reductions
Phonographs and Pianos, Records, Needles, Everything Must Go
16 New $135 Phonographs, Price$75.00; $6.00 Cash, $5.00 Month
1 1 J 1 Si l on f - y rr it
30 185 98.501 10.00 " 7.50
I 200 100.00; 10.00 " 7.50 "
8 250 " " 135.00; 10.00 " 10,00 "
ThU .el. Include. Brunswick, Emerson, Pathe, ColmnbU, Stradtvoxa, a few used
Victors, Edison and many others.
New Pathe and Emerson 85c Records 35c
VICTOR RECORDS REDUCED
rIAiN US PLAYER
00 Kino, oaJce. ... ...... ,$225 $600 Player, inaliosany case.. . . .$300
gSOIW mahopny cas. .....gSD. $650PUy. maaay4.i...S
$500 Piano, walnut case . . ,v.$275 $700 Pla aalxoiany case. . . . .$5?5
. $750 Flayer, mahogany case $400
foleymaegly Music co.
- 106 Fii Streeiy Just North of Washington
VA11 10-Inch Double Faeed Rln- R mrrvrA Ck
This is a partial list of the Records reduced. Coining
early will assure you of a good selection. Write or call
for complete list. All the latest Dance Records 75
Some of the New Dance Records That
Have Been Reduced
It Hast Be Someone like Ton Ten. Trot
vraen t&. Bun Goa Down Itac Trot
87 It With Masle Fax Trot
Swmt Lady Vtm Trot
W No Han. My Mimmy rg Trot
April Showais Fox Trot
K-Lo-A-Bln Danob. Blaee Tax Trot
Everybody Step Fox Trot
Blossom Tima Medley Watts
It s Xoo Cox Trot
Tnnn-lffMm tTm "pi
No One's Tod Fa Trot
Duseroos Blar. Fox Trot
Koyal Gsrdan Blaav rax Trot
I'd Lots to FSB asleep Tat Trot
Fair One Fax Trot
One Kiea Fox Trot
Jtut LA Einbo Fox Trot
Canadiaa Oapa Fox Trot
Blmini By Fox Trot
75 Partial list of
Rawaiiian Twfflffct Fox Trot
BeanUfnl Hairali Walts
Sons of Hawaii
Hawaiian Hula Hedley
Kal Mai o k MaoIS Vireli
Wain Luiiull March
Let Aloha Vocal Duet
My Hawaiian Maid Medley Vocal
Blue Dannbe Watts
Ansel ot Lot. Watts
Bin. Daonbe Walts
Moos Winks Three Stap
Who's Who tn the Nan Bin March
Comrades of the Lesion March
The Whistler and His Doc
The Wsrblefe Serened .
Th Battle of EiUlecranxls
Seotefc Medley March
William Tett Orertnr Part t
William Tea Otertnr. rtt II
Herd GirTi Dream
I Hear Toe OiIBnK Ms
Little Grey Home in the West
Berceuse, from "Joosiyn"
Hawaiian Record 75t
r ir..i t
My Bird at Paradise
Moe Chan Welti
On the Beach at WaSUki Medl-
Happy Heinle March
Maid of Hoeolnla
Minnehaha Medley Walts
Indians March .
and Orchestra Numbers-75
f National Emblem Ma rah
I Garde dn Corps March
Miasoori Walts .
Besame One gep
Captsis Betty On Step
Whea Ton sad I Were Toot, Maczie
Oarallana TTmitli na Till sisi
Tales ot Hottman-BaroazoUs
William Tell OiwUiie Part Ttl
William TeU Orertors Part IT
(Violin, Flute, Harp or Piano)
!The Shepherd Boy
Oh, Promise Me
Silver Threads Amonc th. Gold
La Serenats (The Serenade)
Where the Hirer Shasaon Flows
A Iittl Btt ot Hearea
Dear Lord sad Father
Besatif nl hi. of Somewhere
Love's Old Swwat Song
Oh. Dry Those Tears
There's Lone. Lone Tail
For Better or for Worse
Besattfol bis of
j Say it With Moses
IT To Only Knew
When th Oors I 'Waetn Annie
ro Take Toa Bom Asaia. rulilssti
of Vocal Numbers 75c4
wry aie inex to Uld Ttrcinny
Darlinc Nelliie Gray
Tell Me the Story of Jesos
Carry Tour Croa With a Sail
Some Blessed Day
Bemember the Bos
I Wonder If Tee Still Cars for Mel
I Walk With die Kins
Brichten the Comer Where To Are
Asfeep in the Deep
Rocked in th Cradle at th Seep
The Holy City
75 Uncle Josh
f trade Josh Joins th Graneera
I m Old. Bnt rm Awfully Tonga
rnde Josh in s Cafeteria
TTaels Josh sad the Honey Bee
Und Josh's Baskta Bee Daaea
Last Day of School at Loa'kiB Center
Uael Josh and A ant Nana Tteit
Casls Josh ea a Bwsst Oar :
Ghost of the Bsxopacas Fox Tret
Saxophoe Bass Fox Trot
Chx Gal Ftat Trot
Ban Froc Bh
r TJnde Josh's Trip ta Boston
Uncle Josh's ArriTa ta New Tork
Uncle Josh Playine Baseball
Uncle Josh on s Fifth Arenas Bv
Uncle Josh at the Opecs
t A Small Boy and His Mother
I una tfoea at uie ueatist
Saailes and Chuckles
Comedy Tom -
I Wander What Will WiHiam TeO
CUeken Reel Someday
That Moaninc fiaxopboa Sac
Th Orisinal Fox Trot
TFaerV AcacsTtiMin Rsamvivl 74.
IOa. Am 1T.-bi r b..
1 11 j i.e. HWl Sim;
Pieaw hflaw Ms nil
Hwaamer Medley On Step
Piotre's Be turn March
1 Sweeem Medley
f Amertaea NatioesU Aim
) Patriotie Aim ef -th aifles
Stop It Fox Trot
My Sarah Bon Fox Trot
AU 12-Inch Double-Face Black Label Victor Records
Reduced to $1.25
Prompt Maiiino; Service : ,
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 18. 1S22.
ets and Comforters
125 Fourth Street, Near Wasliington
Beaatifaliy flrared, smooth tad soft,
make dandy ladies' bath robes. Cost as
S3.3S each. Now (gtl ip
Stindard size, 66x80 Inches. QQ OCT
Weight 5 pounds OOee7U
Fall aiam fm Cwttmm. SsmcU Blaahwts Scalloped
edje, fray or pink border, salable for no
blanket sheet".' ...''000
Wool nap, wash ib le and mothproof. JQ rjf?
Double fnll size, rrij, with pink border Nj0
Extra qmaKty Cotte. BlaakoU. plaid de- CO C
sirjn, 64x80 inches Os.U0
COTTON QUILTS Carded cotton, heary fijured coTertnr. Redaced
from 13.75 to
SOsn?trif-,"rte f0'.ntrt.lrd ''f lhlB the' We hart been orerstocked for
some time on them. If we can't seU them at the prices quoted, we'll donate them to charity.
We mean business and these
prices prove it!' We've simply got
to turn some of our stock into cash,
and right quickly!
At the prices quoted here any
out-of-town customer can make up
a list of purchases that will save
him the amount of his railroad
GUARANTEEI) RANGE -6 hole top of poHshed steel-rerersible rrate for wood or coal; 18 in. ot
. with thermometer; nickel trimrainr; sanitary base. .
. .Reduced from 885 to
33 to 50 -
Redactions oa All
DINING ROOM TABLES
Tables of quarter-sawed oak, tops AS
ia, 48 in., snd 54 In.
. We need room for new merchandise
and win sacrifice onr present stock.
: i See for yourself and be convinced.
Va.it our tuplay of Dininf Room aaJ Btareea Furniture, Raff and LinoUum tk Scanl TUoe.
15 Years of Busbsees EoHdia Serrica
each . . . .
You are entitled to the benefit of the doubt
Why not take advantage of it!
The law is very carefal In
protecting the rights of a pris
oner charged with a crime.
How about the Law of Com
mon Sense and the mcCn who
has committed an error only ?
Isn't this a good place to use
the benefit of the doubt, tpo?
Take your own case: Ifyoa
don't know for sure whether, tea
or coffee is harming you, you do
know that many are harmed by
the drug element m tea and
coffee, and that headaches,
nervousness, or high blood pres
sure are symptoms which often
tell that the drug, caffeine, is
giving the nervous system too
Probably you know, too, that
tome people can't drink a cup
of tea or coffee at bed-time,
and sleep well that night.
Where many have been
harmed by tea and coffee, and
you may be harmed, isn't it
well to put the benefit of the
doubt on your side before
doubt becomes an unpleasant
There's charm without harm
in Postnm -a pure cereal bev
erage, rich in flavor, fully sat
isfying; the favorite table drink
&rppose you try giving your
self this benefit today, and keep
up the test for ten days; then
judge the results. See if you
don't feel better and work
better. You can get Post urn
wherever good food and drink
are soil or served.
Oa ttrat) awade latB&tfy la
ep by ttvs a4raes of badaf
Poetwm Cereal (to poefcsjee of lavfe
Wtk. for tnoee who prefer as asalea oe
drink whSe the BMtl la heto prepared)
VJ DOUUaf IOC M I
Postum for Health "There's a Reason"
Made by Postum Cereal Company, Znc, Battle Crack, tdlch.
f i.s r..- .r.A.
JfaUonal Thrift Week
family Budfet Xar
bill a proriptry
Is It Hard to Make
HAVING something left over to add to the
family surplus is not a matter of chance
but careful planning.
The family that is coming out ahead in 1922 will
prepare a budget which will systematize both
spending and saving.
A budget and United States National bank ac
count work hand la hand for prosperity.
a n - aV-sf ear A-awavaw B I I I .
Lti. '-ii- jr-
Omr Tarlft Cares Is erer WsCeaiasr
laetaaa aeere tasmClee aa4 taeUrMsals.
"Onm of thm Northwest's
Great BanhtP a
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