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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND.'. OREGON.
By fcsssrt I. Bsassr
Caltas Km Bnff
(ODrrritM. 131 f Vuiud Km)
Washington, Jan. lSvU Um selection
postmastsr central to auooeed will
IL luri were Is b. mad Immediately.
fharl O. Dawsa, of Chicago, would be
hs man standing la tha war of Dr.
iiuMrt work, of Colorado, first assist
ant post ma star caaaral at tb vreaent
Tbs president would Ilka to sea Dawes
a Uia claes, but Pawaa, having- one
smsd down an opportunity to be aeers
ary of the treasury In Hardlafs cab
net, eould Bcaroely be exDected to aooeot
wo posunaster cDeraisnlp now.
o. aooordlns to administration aens
Incs la toucn wltk tho situation. Dr.
tvork would seem to bo in the moat fa.
rrsDis position at this Urns, unless p
iiiiraj acunrr. which baa auddanl da.
'eloped hlsh motnsntum about -this cab
inet vacancy, perauadea Ilardtnc to
rbanr bis mind and make strictly po-
svieciion. insieaa 01 one based on
KOffniuoa of service to tho soTerrunent.
la eonneetlan w1f h 1)1. miuia i-
ituajoo WaJtsr Dickey of Kansas aty.
ant prominent loader la the Reonb-
caa party, baa been regarded aa the
noac oertala selection until the last few
dsrs. Us la itM a stone possibility for
I Henater Spencer and the entire Mis
souri dalesatlon have rrnmmm4Ml
tlckry nomination. And Rpencer has
semethinf coming to him. His wishes
sd bis protests were Ignored on the
aalon of Harding's nomination of T.
Madison of Kanaaa City for United
tea district attorney there. Attorney
Jeneral Daugbsrty insisted upon Mad-
eon, while Spencer supported by lead
"f Republican newspapers, oimosed
feCadlson. When Msdlson's nomination
pas sent to the senate. Spencer, for a
Ibne. held up his confirmation. Finally
po was prevailed upon to yield through
Mrarancee that his wishes would be
ell taken care of on some other ocea-
twBiur iioit fiocb.es
Since thst time Spencer further placed
tinaelf In position to receive adminis
tration favore by leading the party tight
pa behalf of Senator Newberry. So.
rhea he came forward with the first
kuggeetlon for Hays' ucceasor. W. &
pickey. It seemed likely his wishes might
I This belief Is etrengthened because
Missouri Is a doubtful stats. But there
e another doubtful state, Colorado, and,
too, there was a factor in Uaya' resigns
Ilen which carried the proviso that his
ucceasor csrry out the postofflce de-
hartment work sa Hsys bad atarted IL
Hsnators rhlppa and Nicholson, together
with tho entire congressional delegation
from Colorado nave come out for Dr.
Work, who for some yesrs was national
tommltteeman from Colorado, and at the
last Republican convention as active
Worker for Harding. He was one of
Harding's first appointments, and be
reuse of his work under Hsys would be
x pec ted to have the endorsement of
kit ma a totb siBir
I Finally there Is a third "doubtful
tats" In the coming election Indiana
Where Senstor New Is frankly admitted
by his friends to nave a close fight on
his hsnds for re-election agalnat former
Senator Beveiidge. It Is admitted that
New, who was ofrered tho poet of seers
tary of war by President Harding, and
ecllned. because Republican leaders felt
Is presence wsa needed la the senate.
ignt wen do tendered the futmaetsr
ineralshlp and might take IL
New, bowever, is ssld to fear that If he
ok the place It might mean that he
aa running away from his firht
pHAIlf IHJCRES L050SH0BEMAK
Tom Lynch. Ml Norta Twenty-first
ivinTOiun, waa struck on the
head by a chain at the Clark Wilson
dumber company plant. Unnton. Wedne.
ay arternoon. He was badly cut and
Anxious Oyer Visit
Of Long-Bell Head
Astoria, Jan. 19. Tho visit to As-
tori Jriday of B. A. ,Xxng, president
of too Long-Ben Lamber company, and
party of officials 'mnd experts of the
company, is awaited with Interest by
tho lumber-wise of Astoria who see. the
visit as ooo pregnant with industrial
poaefblUUes. Tho belief In the troth of
tho rumors that tho Long-Bell company
has purchased the Hammond Lumber
eompany holdings refuses to bo downed
by tho denials mads by tho presidents
of both concerns.
merger of the two companies is
seen as one of tho possibilities la recon
ciling the reported deal and tho denial
of a sals. It also is common knowledge
that tho Long-Belt company had sev
eral min sites In this district under seri
ous consideration sbout the time of the
purchase of the Kelso location. The
most favored of these sites was on the
T..8L Cornelius farm on Youngs river.
Some ses la the forthcoming' visit of
Lone a reconsideration of tho locations
' General policies of the newly-formed
Oregon development board have been an
nounced by Fred N. Wallace, chairman,
withi a view of obtaining aid is determ
ining the best pl&ua for the work of
the bureau and cooperation from the
various bodies of the stats interested in
agricultural expansion. I
' Tho members ot the board are Wal
lace and J. M. Kyis of tho Oregon Zr-
ricKuvB KiiiLiin. Bam u. , frown ex
the Oregon, Drainage association, WO-
11am Banlerv Of t)u Rt.ta fhamKaa. r.
Commerce, and W. D. B. Dodson of the
.wwun; uHuusru wommerea. -
Several nnllmhiuv mumn : K
hoard have been held so that tho mem
dcxs augat oecomo acquainted with the
scope of tho work and hear the sug-
KeSTjOna Ot tM nrim Iwwt tmm . .v..
state. Tho general work wffl be devoted-
sjsnsTsnce ana guidance m agricul
tural laod development, to securing eel.
tiers for Undo . ready for sgnculture.
anung seiuers m more enecuve agricul
tural methods and Improving; the market
for Oregon agricultural products.
"No spectacular or Immediate results
are possible," said .Wallace, "bul as the
effective forces of the state are mar
shalled, aa the thinking men of all sec
tions are enlisted, results equal to those
attained in any other Western states are
possible here. . We hope to see such aa
end la duo coarse strained." "
FKATE&SOTT XUXTS OFFICERS
Pacific University, Forest Grove. Jan.
It. At tho recent meeting of Nu chap
ter. Phi Alpha Tan, national honorary
f orensie fraternity. Bay Parker of Butts
Fails was elected president. Other of
fleers elected are: Thomas Fowler.
Rainier. Ties president ; Albert Schneider,
Sacramento, treasurer: Willis Hines,
secretary, and Francis Taylor, aergoaat-
at-srms, Dota ot Forest Grore.
London Air Chills
; Iceland's Premier;
Wants Arctic Ozone
London, Jan. 19. Premier MagausBon
of Iceland, who came down from his
own chilly country for a brief visit to
London, Is going back home Thursday
to get warm.
The premier struck London at the
height of the cold season. He wore
heavy overcoats and - 'rm clothing, but
the dampness penetrated Just the same.
"The name of my country Is a mis
nomer," he protested, shivering. i have
to wear just ss heavy an overcoat hero
as I do back home. Up in Relkjavtk it Is
19 degrees warmer than in London. This
weather Is damp and not nearly as dry
as Iceland. It makes ms too chilly, so
I'm glad to go back."
Sailor, Angered by
Booze Seizure, Locks
Up Two Searchers
Hoqulam. Wash, Jan. Is. Angered
when federal officers and local police
sesrehed the ship and seised 129 quarts
or Nipponese whiskey, a Japanese sailor
of the steamahlp Kalan Maru. loading
here, locked Deputy Customs Collectors
w. A. May snd Detective T. ML Qulnn
of the Hoquiam police force in the oil
room of the etesmer Tuesday. Chief of
Polios William Thompson wrested the
key from the eallor and released the
men. The Kalan Maru reached Ho
qulam from Shlraonoseki and is loading
several million feet of Jap squares and
oedar for Kobe.
Moves to Klamath
Klamath Valla Tan 1 A
ments are being made to move the office
01 ma umiea Biaiee ourean 01 entomol
ogy from North Fork, Cel., to this city,
It was said Wednesday It T V : irtm-
ball of the Klamath Forest Protective
association, xnia city will be headquar
ters of the bureau for the Western
states, he said.
Jail Drug Peddler; '
Daniel Murphy, arrested on a charge
of possessing and selling morphine, wae
sentenced to 180 days In Jail by Mu
nicipal Judca Rosaman Wednariaw aft.
noon. Murphy Is alleged to be drug
.1111.1 ,t . .... -
uuici. ma wm ana two cimaren are
entirely destitute, according to officers.
Brought Us This
New Canton Grepe
It was a most unusual collection these
first new Canton Crepe blouses which
arrived today from New York. Distinc
tiveness is fairly stamped upon every one
of them for they surely breathe of
Spring with all its freshness and beauty.
Taffeta and Crepe
Advance ; Models
Navy, Henna and Mohawk are the three
colore but fortunately there are nine
different models from which . you may
choose. All are heavily beaded an essen
tial for the new blouse long or three
quarter length sleeve. See our big win
dow display of these blouses.
Canna The New Shade
For Your Smart Hat
Women who receite the most benefit from
their clothes plan on buying the new
styles as soon as they are shown.
Another shipment of . advance models in
Taffeta' and Canton Crepe dresses has ar
rived in the most adorable styles you could
wish. They were bought at the new
price level that's why they ju-e priced
exceptionally low to you.
Open Work A .50
Silk Hose -
Pure thread silk hosiery with the late
Paris ckz in full fashioned leg. Black,
cordovan and white. ":
Canna, the new Spring- shade, harmonizes
so beautifully with one's suit or dress,
that fashion seized upon It as the favor
ite for Milady's new hat. j
We've a most unusual collection here,
and regardless of your individual taste
you're sure to find i hat that Just seems
made for you. Tomorrow's special Is
just open an account here and buy what
you need for the coming Spring season.
You may arrange payments to suit.
at Tenth St.
firtTRSDAY. . JANUARY 19. lt
,i . ,
g i .
ftoutfc ot aual(tp
This sale is a complete close-outof twenty thousand pairs of stand
ard makes of shoes. Every pair must go regardless of cost. Look at
t ' ' ; '
Double Soles and Full Bellows
Tongue ' ., i '
8-mch, former (I A K
price $10, now.... vOiffcO
12-inch, former ' (J Q' J K
price $12.50, now.rPOtO
15-inch, former price $15, Close-
Women's and Growing Girls' Shoes. 200
pairs on display ; all sizes in the (1 -I f P
lot. Close-Out Price, now.
BOYS AND GIRLS' SCHOOL AND
DRESS SHOES LOWER PRICES
THAN BEFORE THE WAR!
After months of negotiations with our
new landlord we were unable to get a
renewal of our lease at a -price that
would enable us to continue to sell
footwear at the same popular prices.
We have decided to
CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE
rather than move it We have marked
prices so low that we wilr have to
BUT OUR NAME
As soon as we know we will announce
our new location.
BRUCK & STONE, Props.
Goodyear Shoe Co.
v 7b Ctistdmers:
" - We will open our fourth store in the Blue Mouse
theatre building, Eleventh and Washington streets,
about May 1st.
Since we decided to expand and increase our chain
of stores we have met with more or less criticism, some
people saying, "Stout-Lyons wants to hog it alLM
Realizing that this might be a natural conclusion,
m view of our rapid expansion, a word of explanation
at this time may be in order:
First of all, we are a co-operative institution.
Every co-worker or employe has the opportunity, and
is encouraged to become a stockholder whenever he
has shown his integrity and the necessary ability. We
do not even demand that he shall have money to
invest with us, but set aside a given portion and allow
him the earnings on it until paid for. EVERY SHARE
OF STOCK OF THE STOUT-LYONS DRUG COM
PANY IS OWNED BY A CO-WORKER, ACTIVELY
ENGAGED IN THE BUSINESS. Our officers, man
agers and partners are selected and developed from
the ranks of our employes. OUR FIRST PURPOSE
IS TO MAKE MEN NOT MONEY!
We take only a living salary out of the business,
allowing the balance to remain for expansion and
development. This means that our profits go to the
many interested with us, and not to a small, central
ized governing body or to capitalist shareholders.
In conclusion, you may ask: Why does this inter
est me? It is just this: Under this, our method, we
can and do sell cheaper; our co-workers and employes
are better satisfied, and the morale of the entire force
is higher, with consequent better service for you,
EVERY ONE SHOULD BE INTERESTED
WHEN THE TEACHINGS OF THE TENTH COM
MANDMENT ARE BEING INJECTED INTO MOD
Very truly yours,
C. C. STOUT, President and Manager.
1 .J UJlfc To.dsJkJLstaT
MEN! 250 pairs to go. These shoes were
pulled from our regular stock and sold from
$8 to $9; all sizes in the lot. (Q QK
Close-Out Price, now POtD
j BUY YOUR SHOES NOW
AND SAVE MONEY!
Man's Norwsfiaji . Calf
Brogue Oxfords with ex
tra heavy oak soles. Ex
tension bed. Reg
ular pries $9
Men's Napatan Packs
2 Full Sole, Double Vamp
8-inch Packs, former price flQ g W
1 2-inch Packs, f ormer price C- A OCT
1514.00; now 3)lUOD
14-inch Packs, former price fk ACT
$15.00;-Qose-Out Pricey now.... 3)JLUe5D
149-151 Fourth Street .
I H 1 .
I, Lace Shoes
Brows Calf , Brown Kid,
Black Calf, Black Kid.
Coodyasr welt sole. Re
Pstent Black Kid and Black
Satin Punas, one-strap torn
soles, French lor baby French
Close out price-
This Oxford . Bruw kul.
brown caff, patent ieath.
T and black calf, Good-
Tear welted solos.
Bet. Morrison and Alder
ORDERED SOLD BY U. S. COURT IN BANKRUPTCY
FACTORY SAMPLE SHOP I ADVANCE APPAREL SHOP
286 Morrison, Bet. 4th and 5th I 293 Morrison, Next to Cor. of 5th
Every woman's garment must go. Thousands of new arrivals from back orders
which came too late must go with the bankrupt prices.
THOUSANDS OF GARMENTS TO CHOOSE FROM ALL UP TO
DATCALL SHADESALL SEES
No Exchanges No. Mail Orders No Charge Account No Refunds
Dresses, Coats, Suits
ana riusb coatees
Values to $35.00,
Women's Suits Iff Velours, Tricotines and Para Tsnlls
values to IS5.00. Up-to-the-minute styles. ?1 A OK
Bankrupt Price olU.alO
Silk Dresses, Plush t35vtt D.C5
Coats, Serge and O'Q)
Trico tine -Suits, val- and
ues to $40.00. Bank- 5 tf
rupt Price ...... . . jQttU)
Waists and Skirts (O
Values to $5.00 Ci)
Plush Coats, mostly all fur
trimmed values to $123.00
You need not ask the prices every garment marked in plain figures!
FACTORY SAMPLE SHOP ADVAUCE APPAREL SHOP
286 Mormon St, BeL 4A and 5th , 293 Morrison, Neit to Cor. of Fifth
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