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THURSDAY, JANUARY , 19. 1922.
- THE. L.OREGON DAILY. JOURNAL PORTLAND. OREGON.
FOR FARM MEET
. Washington. Jan. IV f WAimrvn-
TO.V B URXAtT OF THE J&URNAIO
There ere tw ways of looking at the
president's request tor the ealllnr of a
'rational conference on agriculture. On
view le that It signifies only what to
Shown noon Its-faM. a ImIf rtA
comprehcnalvs pros ram for agricultural
i n ouvsr la that somebody
haa cor,c ved a new idea for thwarting
the acrlcnltural bloo In onrresa
The congressional Joint committee.
- fiK-" began worfc laat lummtr In
r-sponae to a resolution by Senator Len-
ro-.i. rmnujr uiuta part 1 of a Volumi
nous rsDOTt. WhLrH la a n allifi tall
hat la the matter with agriculture and
th remedlee that should bo adopted.
The rommlaaion mad no radical recom
- mendallona hat
pointa for legislative action, showing th
same general alma aa those of the farm
rf anlieUona and lha agricultural bloc.
MfOBT SOT FI5ISHED
Aa a natter of fact, members of tha
bloo from tha senate and sympathetic
' members from tha bouaa comcriaed tha
congraaptofiM committee. Representa
tive Anderson of Minnesota- waa chair
man. an 4 Reoators Learoot and McNary
w-re eoneplcuous members from tha sen-
ate. It waa a body distinctly tn synv
pathy wlth tha tanner.
Evea before thla commiaBloa has
com plated Ita report cornea tha call of
tne president for a conference covering
tha same outline, bat with Its agenda,
broadened to Incloda related Interests.
That brines the packers, the railroads,
the implement makers, the canners, the
commission men and others into the
picture. , A conference Including these
elements may' desire to modify the
"farmer program" of the congressional
It seems likely, anyway, that congress
will be asked to delay action on some
of the measures favored by the agricul
tural bloo until the new commission has
time to make its Investigations and pre
sent its report. By that time it may
not be poastble to obtain action in con
gress at the present session, which may
end In June or July and is already con
fronted with a Jam.
TKICK HOT SUSPECTED
It is not supposed that the president
is trying to trick anybody, but there Is
a suggestion going abouf that some of
bis advisers may have bad the blockina
of tha bloo in mind. If congress waits
lor the conference to propose legislative
measures, the farmer will unqueatlon-
amy nave a long wait ahead.
The bloc probably will go ahead with
Its efforts for early action, but its hand
is weakened by the calling of a confer
erica upon which plausible pleas -for de
lay can be founded. There is also a
plain Inference that the administration
la not satisfied that the commission
named by congress has covered the
ground that should be covered, other
wise this conference would not be called.
Of English Invention Is a device with
which orders can be delivered to loco
motive engineers without reducing the
speed of their trains.
Motor Association mu
Elects Officers at
The Oregon State Motor association
elected directors for the coming "year at
ita annual meetitng at the Multnomah
hotel Wednesday night. Those chosen
were: A. H. Lea, secretary Oregon
state fair; Charles R. FrasJer, manager
Crescent Paper company; J. V. Slater,
of lant Russell ; F. C Stettler, Stett-
ler Paper Box factory ; D. B. Seger.
Great Western Kmnltinar A T.ei .(..-
comoanv: Georra rv Bruiimhnrr ali
tor the Oregon Motorist, and I. Ther-
aeisen or tne Braiy Auto company. Fra
iler, Stettler and Therkelsen were re
elected to the board. The other four
are new members
The new directorate Includes these
seven and eight who served tost year.
Prom this number the directors will
choose officers January 25.
Reports were given by Treasurer F
C Stettler. Secretary Chariest n sv.
sier and A. E. Shearer, assistant secre
tary. Membership was shown to have
increased nearly 100 per cent In 1921.
The question of the association's hav-
ing an advertising and membership
aeeamg Doom in tne automobile show
next week, was referred to a committee
headed by A. B. Manley.
Whitman Forest Has
'Scoop1 on Births
Officials of the Whitman national for
est in Eastern Oregon sent the following
news ,sooop- over other forests In the
district, for tha "Six Twenty-Six, a
publication tfor forest service employes :
"Bern, during; the laat two months: To
Ranger and Mrs. Lloyd J. Wlrth. a son;
to Kenger and. Mrs. Paul Ellis, a son; to
Ranger and Mrs. Roland Huff, a son;
ta Forest Guard and Mrs. Devore, a son ;
to Fbrest Assistant and Mrs. H. T. Gis
borne, a daughter, :
Dardanelles Are I
Threatened in Move
By Turk Nationals
London, Jan. 19. O. N. &) Mustapha
Kernel Pasha, leader of the Turkish
Nationalists, expecting Greek evacuation
of Asia Minor, is concentrating his
forces In positions that threaten the
Dardanelles, said an Exchange Tele
graph dispatch from Athens today.
The Exchange Telegraph circulated a
Constantinople dispatch last Saturday
saying it waa reported from Angora that
Kemai naa been assassinated.
Pastor Resigns So
He May Hang 2 Men
Des Moines, lows, Jan. 19. (L N. S.)
William E. Robb, sheriff -preacher, of
Ptflk county, has resigned as pastor of
the Federated church, "to avoid criti
cism when I execute Orrie Cross and
Eugene Weeks. Cross and Weeks will
be hanged in April.
'- By;. Waa,' aT' Helealnsea
Washington, Jan, 19. (X. K. & The
Dinging of a network of government
medical depots across the continent at
a cost of 17,000.000 for. the treatment
of wounded ( veterans la their home
towns, will be recommended to congress
by . Director Forbes of. the Veterans',
bureau, it was learned today. .?
The program, which la the largest of
its natfire ever undertaken by the gov
ernment, has : been applied by the
government , It Includes .the establish
ment of. it new .dispensaries and im
provements, with, new equipment for TT
outers, u m add -an army of 150
medical workers to the hospitalization
personnel. - .--.- .
The plan. Director Forbes said, will
soive tne treatment of wounded veterans.
The need of local medical depots, he
said, ha been one of the bureau's most
serious problems to date.
One new Class A depot will be estab
lished at Kansas City at an expenditure
of $44,625 for space and equipment
With all other Class A dispensaries, it
win carry s4oo worth of drugs In stock.
Ten other Class A depots will be en
larged, with new equipment provided.
These dispensaries with the ' appropria
tions allowed are : Philadelphia, $19.810 ;
Pittsburg, $35.685 ; New Orleans, $23.885 ;
Cincinnati, $10,045; Detroit $30,700;
Minneapolis, $15,535; San Francisco,
$10,000; Los Angelas. ' $10,CV a ad
Seattle. . fa.CI. . . . ,
Six new Class B dispensaries will be
established in Buffalo. Rochester. .Al
bany, Omaha. Oklahoma City and Port
land., Or. Each will have $lO20 worth
of new equipment appro variations of
about $8000 each for floor space and
dm stocks -of S35aV; r. . , : -
. Around and -Dies
Washington, Jan. 19. !. N. S.) A
thirst for knowledge cost Eugene Neary,
22. his life today.
Georgetowjt university. He was par
ticularly Interested in poisons. Durina
a lecture on poisons by one of the fac-
utity the professor passed around among
tne students a few small samples of
deadly aconitlne. Neary put a small po
tion on his tongue to ret the taste. He
died soon afterward. .
ar medical student at
gram of social functions which wta fea
ture the week.
Monday's prorrani follow inx the toab-
bo raoeotioa will be arranred . by the
Chamber of Commerce.'. A dinner, vaude
ville sketch and dance are planned. On
Tuesday the proa-ram will be arranged
by the Portland Federation of Women's
organisation with a tea la the afternoon
and a banquet Jn the evening. Wad nee-
day the Portland Ad club win prepare
stunts and a dinner. Tharsday the
Women's Ad club and the. Bnalneas and
Professional Women's league will -provide
entertainment and Friday the As
sociated Industries of Oregon will hold
. -. . . .
a MIMIW1I W IWJSW ' . ' r ,
To Complete Plans
For Program for
Members of the general committee In
charge of the Oregon Industries week
exhibit which will be opened In the
green room of the Chamber of Com
merce Monday, following a public re
ception in the Oregon building, were
scheduled to meet this afternoon to com
plete details for the show and the pro-
Coyote Poisoning: -Plans
: Jewett -Declares
Huge soceeas In the cooperatrva coyote
poison .campaign being conducted In
Crook and Wheeler counties Is reported
by Stanley O. Jewett -of .the United
States biological - survey.. The forest
service In the Ochooo- national forest
has got out a lot of dead animals for
poison ; stations, said Jewett . At the
first station on' the first bight- three
coyotes were killed.
Wheeler county,- after paying bounty
of $3 la excess of the state bounty, found
in December .that a large number of
skins were being" brought in from Grant
and - other counties, it l""iMtly re
voked the bounty January L
. The Wheeler County Wool Growers'
association Is cooperating with the bio
logical survey and has ordered 20 ounces
of special processed poison for use this
year and In March will make ita plans
for next year and order direct from the
survey at Washington.
Missing Sector Is- . ;
Back; Specialist ! to;
Test His Mentality
Chicago,' Jan. 19. L: N. S- A spe
clalist win be called la today to exam-'
tne Rev. WliUam F. Taylor, rector bf aa
tvp-acopai church u Oak, Park, who re
turned to his home late yesterday 'after '
a mysterious absence of four days. Rev. :
Tayior onerea no explanation ot us
aheenoe. He appeared to be suffering .
from a nervous tndlspOeiUoa, anetnbera
of his family said.
Before returning to his home. Rev.
Taylor called on Bishop Charles & An-
demon and tendered his realgnatioa aa
pmsxor ex nis cnurcn, xae reatgaauoa
waa accepted. ,
TifiaviTiiy nn Thnr nf
Argentina ana Chile
Berlin, Jan. II L N. SO Gecaral
Lodandorff. chief of staff to tower .
Marshal Von Hlndenburc and quarter
master of the German amy. Is going 4
to Bouth America, tt was learned today. -
.The former army chief plans an ex
tensive tour, .embracing ArganUna god
General Xxideodorff waa a guest at the -famous
"Mailed Fist dinner given re
cently by Dr. Oyanarte, aa Argentine
statesman, when epeechea were made ex
tolling militarism and Germany's '
I achievements. . . ,
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THOUSAND'S OF PAIRS
This is undoubtedly the greatest Clear
ance of high-grade standard make Men's
Shoes ever offered to you. Staple styles
V r A C. - 1: a! !
iw wuiicrvn.ivB men
All leathers in black and
brown; all lasts, all
shapes; Dress Shoes.
Work Shoes, Brogue
Shoes and Oxfords.
All Sizes, All Widths, in Many Styles
A Real Downfall ofPt
SHOES OXFORDS-PUMPS SLIPPERS
AT COST AND MANY LESS THAN COST!
A Real CI earance Extrardinary
4600 Pairs Women's High Grade
FORMER VALUES $7.50 TO $12.50
This fronp is undoubtedly the fp-eitest assortment of women's HIgh-Grade Shoes,
Pumps and Slippers ever offered to the buying public at a price so astonishingly
low. Just think these shoes represent values that were formerly sold at retail
from J7.5oto l2.So per pair. The lot comprises hundreds of different styles.
You must see the real values. Therefore, as we state elsewhere in our adver
tisement, See Our Windows They Tell the Story. The sizes in each line are not
complete, but amongst this vast group there is represented a full range of sizes
and widths. Come Early While the Assortments Are Most Comolete.
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SEE OUR WINDOWS THEY TELL THE STORY
for Boys and Girls !
MOTHERS,TfOU KNOW THE
v VALUE OF "KOZY-KICKS'
SEE OUR JUVENILE
1 $laH 2
CLEARANCE ON 950 PAIRS-
Three hundred and seventy-five pairs of
Men's HAKA1T SHOES. An assortment of
broken sizes, comprising many of our most
staple numbers. Among this selection are
Calfskin. KldHkln and Cordovans. Lace and
button high shoes at this astonishtn-j price
J9.75 ; -which is less than today's actual fac
tory cost. We know that these will last but a
very short tone, therefore be on hand early.
& SON SHOES
LADIES This is a real ODOortunltv to buv
some of the highest grade "HA5AS" shoes
and pumps at less than one-half price of
their former retail value. The styles are
many and numerous; amongst them you will
find black, brown and colors ; high heels and
low heels. Naturally, on high-grade shoes
such as these, you will find narrow widths,
and, we are glad to say. that amongst this
lot is represented most all sizes. COMB
E4RLT1D03PT DEL ATI A REAL OF-
rumu-iill TU SAVE UULLAE8I
FORMERLY PRICED FROM $14.00 TO $17.50
for Woiraeini "
Shoes, Oxfords Pumps
and Strap Sfippers
An assortment of styles
and varieties too vast to
even start to mention the
individual specials. How
ever, you will find every
style you can conceive:
Patents. Suedes, Buck
skins, Kid and Calfskin.
In black, brown and
"See Our Windows"
Remember: This is a
bona fide Clearance.
Sizes are not complete,
but you will surely find
your size in many styles.
Formerly priced from
$6 to $12.50
.ut. 550 a Pair
Women's lt Quality Footholds Q C a-
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ar w ww mm
Women's Staple 10-Button Spats (T-g .85
all colon $3.50 crade Jh I
Women's Fancy 10-Button Spats (CO
all new shades fVmi
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DURING CLEARANCE SALE PERIOD
NO REFUNDS '
NO C. O. D.'S 1
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2 ENTIRE FLOORS
V DEVOTED TO
2 ENTIRE FLOORS
CORNER MORRISON AT FOURTH ST.
ALL MAIL ORDERS WILL BE PROMPTLY
FILLED, SUBJECT TO SUPPLY ON HAND
WHEN SENDING ORDER STATE SEC
OND CHOICE-SENT PARCEL POST
PREPAID. . i i n
For Men and Women
Men's Crash Bath Slippers la many colors :- all stsee
front to 12. These are made with heavy corded
edge and padded carpet eolea; regularly sold at tic
livery man will appreciate a pair of these.
In this lot we offer all our men's and women's feK
house slippers that formerly told -up to SS.OO per pair:
bUck and grey; some with padded soles and a few
with leather eolea. 81aes are broken.
A wonderful lot of tnen'a'-and women's felt hoove
slippers, including many of our novelty effects. The
lot comprises most any color that ta shown tn fait.
Styles are numerous and stscs are mostly 'Completa.
These formerly sold from SIM to U.71.
Leather hoaee slippers for men and women. An assort
ment of astonishing valwee slippers that formerly aoM
from M-fce to it&o per pair. Oery lady shoal d have
a pair of slippers when yon eaa purchase high-trade
slippers such as these at 42-14. t
The cream of oar slipper stock for men end women te
comprtead In this large lot. Fancy ahadee tn fait; and
for ladtaa, several styles tn satin tjaUtad. tow heel
aUppers In this groep we offer all atsea. Shop early
and take advantage of this wonderful otter.