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TOE QITCGON . DAILY. JOURNAL. PORTLAND, OREGON.
HERE FOR MEET
i Khse. national) knows leaders In the
, Vetfcedlst Eptocopal chorea arrived la
i the.aU at booh today te conduct the
FarUand dhrtatoa of tae Northwest Met
: ad 1st convention tonight and all day to
' morrow, at tb First Methodist Epiaco-
I pal church, Twelfth and Taylor streets.
l. The convention la an ontxrowth of
i the reseat national Methodist con ren-
ttoa at Detroit. Mich., and is called no
I aenstder tha mlaaionary. educational and
i benevolent work of th church.' aocord-
j In to Dr. A. L. Howarth, convention
; director.. r
GENERAL DIRECTOR OF
. LZADXK AUIT1
, The lead era, who arrlred today from
' Eugene, Or, wkere a similar meeting
waa held, ar: Bishop H. Lester Smith
1 at India ; Dr. Charlea E.- Guthrie, can
oral oeeralary of the board of Epwortn
: League for the denomination ; Dr. vV. S.
Bovard. general secretary of the board
of Sunday schools for the denomination
I Rrr. E. D. Kohlstedt of Chicago, repre-
i tentative of tha committee on conserve
tlon and advance : Rev. C. E. Vermllya,
; representing tha department of fron
tier . Re v. J. J. Lace, superintendent of
I Methodist mJaatona In Utah; Dr. K. W.
Bjrssha. superintendent of Methodist
i work In France ; Blahop William O.
flhepard. general superintendent of
I Methodist work In tha North want and
t Alaska, and Dr. Clarence True Wilson
of Washington. D. C. general secretary
of tha board of temperance, public and
raforrn af the Mat hod 1st Eplaeopal
w ' i i
f TWO SZSSIOVI TOXIOHT
I In addition ta tha sine leaders, II
I local and stale leaders are on the pro
gram, raaains; a total n ii speaaers.
Two eeestona af tha oonTentlon wOI he
Bald toniht to aeootnenodata tha crowd
anticipated. All Method let prayer serv
ices have bean dismissed to permit mem
bers to attend the convention,
Tha voting people and Sunday school
workers will hear Dr. Ontario. Dr. Bo
vard and Dr. B. K. Parker at the White
Temple at T-.J0 o'clock tonight The
Portland district Kpworth League has
voted to attend tha While. Temple meet
tag -an masse.
Aaotfter session will bo held at the
I First Methodist church for the delegates
and general public Thomaa Elliott will
I five a devotional talk. Dr. Kdward
I Laird MUla will speak on- "Tha Dls
armament Conferanco and alteelona,"
and Rav. K. D. Kohlatedt will give a
steraeptlcan lecture on "The Centenary
7 to Data.-
Dr. A. Jj. Howarth
tember for China to serve in foreign
mission work under the auspices of the
women's foreign missionary board. She
will be connected with Tenching col
lege in the . borne economics division,
where for the first year she will study
in the language school. The following
year she plans to assist in the estab
lishment of a home economic depart
THURSDAY. JANUARY 13, U22.
APPLICAT OiJS FOR
AUTO SHOW SPACE
nn usual merit or Interest that the show
management has decided on a policy of
reane&w th apnea of some of tha ex
hibits already to, -.-....
The mora of the dealers association
to issue a special ehlldren'a ticket for
next Monday seems to be appreciated.
A batch of M has been sold to one school
from which tha children will be brought
by their Instructors. '-
How to placate more than a dosen
lest minute applicants ' for space - at
the 1922 Automoblla Show at The Audi
torium la tha directors', most pressing
problem today. . - -
The taat minute- call cornea for both
the automobile apace f and - equipment
space, bat is particularly acute In tha
equipment section, where already, mora
than 40 firm have encased every foot
of available room for the display of
their products. f
Portland dealers in commercial vehi
cles are also anxious to exhibit In view
of the large state" attendance that la
expected. The Automobile Dealers' as
sociation is making every possible ef
fort to get' la everything of interest.
The question of truck space came op
at a special moating of the directors.
but enough members clamored for
room to practically force , the decision
not to give space to any as a matter of
fairness to alL Accordingly, the truck
members are calling in their dealers
and will make tha show week the occa
sion of special displays in their Indi
Several of the last minute applicants
foe accessory space had products of such
Of .Chest Drivels to
Campaign on Foot
General Robert EL Smith, commander
in chief of the cominx " Communitr
Chest drive, declared today he would do
his campaigning on foot and thus help
cot down tha use of the official; car"
sticker to tha mlnimam. ; ; .
Cars absolutely required in carrying
oa the drive will be equipped with the
Stickers, but these will be used chiefly
in transporting supplies and by - the
brigadier generala and colonels in cov
ering their districts. There wiU be
fewer official cars than In any of tho
rormer tag city camnaifnia. Suckers
may he obtained at neartqnartera when
absolutely lequlred. bat the total -m-
ir 4a not expected to axeeed 154.
The residence division, composed en
tirely -of women nnder tha, chairman
ship of Mrs. C B. Simmons, will nae a
number of cars, having organised a mo
tor squad, Mra. Simmons has accepted
with thanks tha offer of Mrs. X. Aronaon,
chairman of the Red Cross, to enlist
tha Bed Cross motor sqaad in tha resV
noer division campaign. vThla - win
prove of great assistance In takinr the
official workers throughout tha wide
spread residence districts of Portland,
Dr . W. J. Jolinstonls
Here for Conference
Dr. W. J. 'Johnston, associate secre
tary of the Presbyterian board of tem
peranca and moral welfare, has arrived
to Portland for- a 10 dara conference
with local Presbyterians. Ha will re
main in the state for three weeks. He
ia scheduled to speak tonight at Ore
gon City i January 20, 22 and 27 In Port
land; January 29 at CorvaOls and Eu
gene, January 21 at Monmouth Normal
school and McMianvUle, February 1 at
Salem,' and February S at Ashland.
I. O.O.P. Ceremony Is
Halted by Blaze in
Refuse; Loss Light
Fire, which started in a pile of papers
and refuse in the basement of the I. O.
O. F. hall at East Sixth and Alder
streets at i o'clock Wednesday evening.
In tempted an initiation service of the
Orient lodge, but was .extinguished by
firemen before any extensive damage
was done. By a strange coincidence,
members of the Samaritajh, Minerva and
Hasaalo lodgea. who losV their homes
when the historic L O. O. IF. building at
First and Alder streets Was gutted by
fire December 28, wereguests of the
Orient lodge. J
"Say. Jack, 1 made a big find
today. I'll have to tell you about
it You are another of the Jel
lows who haven't bought any
clothes since the war started.
Yon have been waiting for prices
to fall 'till you're out at the si
bows. Ain't it the truth? Well,
there were a lot in the same boat.
But as 1 was saying, Cherry's at
349 Morrison st., are having a
Pre-lnventory Sale now and their
prices and values remind me of
the good old days before the war
and prohibition. So let's go,
Jack, what do you say. Cherry's
have the Entire Second Floor at
Park and Morrison. Entrance
349 Morrison, center of block-
Take elevator. Adv.
"As YOU Want It
When YOU Want It"
Men's Suits 3 Cleaned
AT THE HOUSE OF
QUALITY AND SERVICE
CREASES WHERE THEY BELONG
Phone East 625
3WATCH ; WRIGHTS WIKDOVS-C
$5, $6, $7 or $8?
5000 Pairs Shoes and Oxfords Any Size--Any Style
PRICES DOWN QUALITY. UP
Two Lots Any Style Values to $8
All the new style a well as the more con-
aerratire lasts. . Vict kid, . calf skins and
side leathers, in black, brown, tan,' ma
hogany and two tones, in lace, blucher
or button- All sizes 5 to 12. ' All
leathers and guaranteed shoes.
Heavy or Light
Chrome or veal
leathers, single or
double soles, sewed
or standard screw
ed grain leather in
Sizes? A fit
for every foot!
6 to 11
BKT. WARHnrOTOTT AITO
ALDEX OH FOURTH ST.
Opposite Circle Theatre
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fit for any man,
3 OPEN SATURDAY TILL 8 P. M
At least 100 Methodists from churches
ta (he 8alm. an4 The Dalles district
ar4 from lower Columbia river points
are sxpscted (a attend. Each church In
Northern Orecon has been requeated to
Sfn4 Ita-aastee and tha presiding officer
f eaoh society In the church as dele
Missionary education will be the rrn-
eral theme of the Vtlday morn lor see
ston at a:Je o'clock. The speakers will
be Vr. Oeorf e B. Pratt, C. E. Vermllya,
J. J. Laea. W. S Bovard. Charlea E.
Oxrlhrte. y. U. Jaaner. H L. Mllla
Charlea llaoCaaahey and Bishop Smith.
lis women or ute cnurcn wm serve
luneheaa at noon, when a collect and
missionary program will be presented
fey K. C Hickman and Carl O. Doney.
Taa afternoon pros ram will be a dte-
anaslea of. Christian aUwardahip. The
speaker are R C. lUckman. K. D.
Kohlatadt. J. P. Marlatt, A. R. Maclean.
Tnornaa Oaliacher. W. w. Touncson.
A. la. UowarUu At the conclusion of I
this aervloa Bishop Shepard will con
fact a sacramental service.
Lar acUvltlea will be presented at
tha dinner hour by Clarence True Wil
son and I Z. Mahane.
.' The speakers at the closlnr session
at nlaht will be Dr. B. B. Parker. Bishop
BmttJi and Bishop Bhepard.
Delegatea from out-ot-towa churchea
win be entertained on the Harvard plan
by local Methodists. The entertain
ment eommlttee la W. W. Tonnrson. F.
M. Jasper. r. L. Moore, D. L. Fields,
Harry V. Reed Is
t RtTTnTTi Tn oa TlanrifT
MllViU via iU AUUUUJ
ToTJ. S. Marshal
Captain Harry V. Heed waa sworn tn
aa deputy United States marshal Wed
nesday afternoon by Unltad 8tatea Com
Bnlaaleoor Kenneth Fraser to succeed J.
X. Been. Democratic Incumbent. Reed
aosamed tha position of first office dep
nty. He -will have charye of the office
records and will not do field work, ex-1
ept oa special ooraalona. Reed reslrned
tha position of chief clerk In the dty
atraet cleanlns department to accept
the government post. Captain Reed is
adjataat f Scant Young oarop, Spanish
Amartoaa War Vetarana
After Fifteen Years of Honest Merchandising and EstaBlishing a Reputation
of Fair and Square Dealing Qomes the Sad News
Here Is the NOTICE Now What Would.You Do If You Would Find Your
self in Such a Predicament and Only a Short Time in Which to Act? We
Have Decided to Quit. So We' Are Placing Our Entire Stock of Men's and
Young Men's Clothing on SALE at JUST ONE-HALF PRICE.
BUYEK TAKE NOTICE!
Miss Camilla Mills to
Faeifla Unhreralty. Fere Oreve, J ark
t Mtaa CamllU Mills at Forest drove,
farmer student of Pacific university and
graduata f tt A. C, will aaU ta Sep
That this is the greatest and only sale ever held by the Wonder Store.
Many who have bought since this sale has been in progress were so pleased with the
values that they brought their friends, who were also much pleased.
The time is short to go into details. Come to our store and see for yourself.
Space is limited to enumerate in detail.
The varieties and styles such as Young Men's Stouts, Stubs, Slims and Conservatives,
in fabrics like serges, tweeds and the finest of silk-mixed worsteds and in all colors and
shades. All' these will be sold at half price.
Doors open at 9 A. M. Alterations free. Fit guaranteed.
- Fixtures for Sale Mirrors, Cabinets,
LEWIS INVESTMENT COMPANY
Telephone 6193 "
Portland, Ore., January 7, 1922. To the Wonder Stores Company,
140-142 Third St Portland, Ore. . -
Yoa are hereby notified to qmt, surrender and deliver up possession- of
those certain premises yoa now hold from the undersigned in the building
known as the Chambers Building, Portland, Oregon, 'as follows: . Storeroom
known as No. 142 Third Street, with the space in the basement now occupied
in connection with said storeroom, also storeroom known as T40 Third Street,
also the second floor or story of said building, all being located in the building
known as the Chambers Building, and located at the southeast corner of Third
and Alder Streets, on Lot No. 8, Block No. 20, City of Portland, Multnomah
County, Oregon, and to remove therefrom within the time expiring January
LEWIS INVESTMENT CO.
By Forrest S. Fisher, Sec.
Owner and Landlord.
Tables, Chairs, Etc.
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riccD Your Skin
Fresh and Young
ALL SUITS and
1 Mm I $(0).C0 I I& ; $1.50. I : M0 I
$50.00 SUITS $25.00 $10 MACIONAWS $5 " $45.00 SUITS $22.50
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