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THURSDAY. JANUARY 19, '1922.
' THE' OREGON DAILY. JOURNAL,' PORTLAND, OREGON.
BOM'S on IS
IT BY s.
don. the foaeral of Lorcn A. Booth.
raoelTer of the United States land ofQce
here, was held Wednesday afternoon.
The services: were under the auspices of
Columbia commandery No. 12. Knights
Templar, and many Masons from the
Central Oregon country attended. Late
In the afternoon the party started for
Eugne. where concluding services will
be held today, with burial la the
Booth mausoleum. Booth, who was 42
years old. was Commissioner Booth's
nephew. His father is seriously ill
Astoria. Jan. II. federal customs of
fleers were Bosrciln Wednesday for
W. T. Ylardy, HOI jplrst avenue. Seattle,
owner ana captain1 of the launch B and
W. which went ashore at Deadman's
hollow. Just north of the mouth of the
Columbia, early Tuesday. The officers
already have in custody the boat. 6
cases and four barrels of whiskey, which
constituted her cargo, and ' William
Morris, who was raptured by the Cape
Disappointment life saving rrew.
Identification of Hardy as the boat's
wner wss obtained from Beattle. He
Is believed to have been the man who
scaped from the swamped craft. Morrta
was brought to Astoria Wednesday. He
declared that his home Is In Seattle
and at first claimed to have been en
route to San Pedro with the liquor. Con
fronted with the fact that there was
but 40 saltans of sasollne aboard the
B and W he corifenivd that the shipment
was designed for the Columbia river.
Arriving off the Columbia Monday
night the crew of the rum runner mis
took the lights of sn anchored vessel
for those of the lightship. The North
Head llghthouae was taken for the Cape
Disappointment light, and the craft laid
Its eourae between the two. bringing up
en the beach at Deadman's hollow.
. Jl la thought that some of the liquor
cargo was salvaged from the boat, as she
. la reported to have had 100 cases aboard
when she left Puget Bound.
Forest Rangers to
Meet at Roseburg
Roe burg, Jan. It. A Joint meeting
of he forest rangers of the Umpqua.
Crater and Siskiyou forests win be held
In Roseburg February 11 and 12 at the
forest service office. Joint meetings sre
held every two years. Range appraisal
and matters relating to fire prevention
and suppression will be discussed. About
25 rangers are expected, with several
district officers from Portland.
Head at The Dalles
The Dalles. Jan. 19. W. S. Nelson
a arrived In The Dalles to take charge
ot the horticultural and agricultural
bureau which Is to be operated Jointly
with the two food production plants.
La Qrande Posse
Appeals From Award
Pendleton, Jan. It. Claiming that they
sre entitled to all the reward, approxi
mately $4000, for the capture of Nell
Hart and Jamea Owens, slayers of Sher
iff Til Taylor, the La Orende posse of
members has filed notice of appeal to
the state supreme court from the de
cision of Circuit Judge Duffy of Bend,
who divided the amount up between the
La Qraade and Pendleton posses.
Booth Funeral Held;
Interment at Eugene
The Dallea. Jan. If. Attended by Com
mtssioners Robert A. Booth snd W. B
Barratt, of the state highway oommts-
the Xibby, McNein . Libby company
and the King's Food Products company.
Nelson, who was formerly employed by
the Libby company at its Sacramento
plant. Is 'a horticultural expert and is
retained solely to stimulate production
of land products In Wasco county.
Small Boys Confess
To Theft of Money
The Dalles, Jan. 19 Howard and
Stanley f oster, agM -is and 11 years
respectively, confessed to having stolen
Ma In currency and a $10 check from a
local furniture store Monday night. The
boys were, not arrested, but are subject
to action which will be taken by the
probation officer laten '
Judge Witness in
His Own Tribunal
"Dallas. Or.. Jan. 19. The annual ' spec
tacle of a Judge acting as a witness In
his own court was seen in circuit court
here in the trial of Otto Emmenegger.
charged with perjury. Judge Belt, who
was presiding, was called to the stand
by the state to identify part of the rec
ords in a divorce case, during which the
alleged perjury was , committed. : Em
menegger was found guilty after the
jury had been but IS minutes, "
0" ,;J-.?r t i t i i ii i in
5-Gent Bread Again
Appears "at Salem
Salem.'-Jan... 19. The fc-oent loaf of
bread has reads its appearance to the
capital city. It first sine the war. A
local slore featured, the loaf at the old
pre-war price Tuesday with a' window
full of loaves on display. Other places,
however, are 'selling the small loaf at
9 and 10 cents. . '
i ,: i ,
Freslv from their tissue wrap
pingsshown for the first time !
ARE you keeping
that New Year's
resolution about eating
Red Rock is one of the
best as well as one of
the most inexpensive
of foods. No waste;
highly nutritious and
Order today from your
usual source of supply.
The Best Coal in the City
Our books contain the
names of hundreds of
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Offers Tremendous Savings
At less thin the price of their
Formerly ssHinf as high as $19.50
3 GREAT GROUPS
$1.00 $1.50 $2.50
Formerly priced u high as J7.50
Children's Plush Hats $135
Children's Beaver Hats $235
Early Spring Hats
In an initial showing moderately
$5.00 $ 7.50
IN TWO GROUPS!
Formerly to $45 now $18.05
Formerly to $95 now $29.95 :
Every Fur Piece - Every
Fur Coat Half Price
PETTICOATS AND BLOUSES NOW Vi
DRESSES FORMERLY to $35. . $18.95
DRESSES FORMERLY to $55.. $34.75
All "Kayser" and "Vanity Fair"
Gloves Silk Underwear
V3 tziStSSDCm&ti ( '
Why So Rich
It is an exclusive dainty, this prim little oyster.
It likes the clean, sand-upholstered beds in the
remote, secluded reaches of the Puget Sound
fjords, and absolutely refuses to dwell else
where ; these waters are ice cold throughout the
year. They are wild spots, these oyster beds,
all around them mountains always capped with
snow, and visited only by fishermen.
Something else, too it is a fastidious vege
tarian, eating only sea plants which, science
tells us, are beautiful microscopic marvels.
The secret of the Olympia Oyster's crisp,
firm texture, its piquant flavor, and its Super
nutrition, is all told in the above.
There is no substitute for Puget Sound and
its icy waters, nor for the midget size of
these "Olympias." These two facts spell
"the worlds daintiest and richest overs'
this season they ore superb!
OlympitT is tkt ttrrtet
asm. Jdmtify them hy thrir
thimkt tilt. . Ahmrtt frith
mtvtr ttnnti mtr trttled.
Why So Vital
Moleschott, the great, said: "Without phos
phorus, no thought !" The brain could not live
The Olympia Oyster supplies this phos
phorus in easily and very rapidly digested
form. All who have eaten Olympia Oysters
have felt a revitalizing action; it is the phos
phorus reaching the craving cells of nerve
and brain. Olympia Oyster nectar is used to
revitalize patients sunk very low. For the
fatigued business man, the studying child or
adult, this particular" nourishment is vital.
All are made better, more alert by this food!
The expectant mother often craves oysters ;
it is for the. lecithin (phosphorized fat) values
these values are the very life of the child
embryo and of the mother milk. The vigor
of the child depends on the properly phosphor
ized lecithin supply; eggs and milk are good,
but Olympia Oysters are splendid 1 Ask your
v 'Tu Calif omU ttli hy NMt
In ether markets by mtatnrt,
mbemt too to s pint. Insist tm
solid puck I Alwmyt frisk.
xctly ts Stturt sm thtm, -
I ftist 10) OTyrspia Oyrter: tf
t nvn apm; i twsoen salt; seppcr;
ZTSU"??- rsm ystersVtlacs
. . . " Add seasoataf sad onioa. Lay
thin abecs btcsa vrtr 07tera. Sprinkle rati
r aacotu Bak io aioderats otox. Do
TrfcVl ntw-. En wWen aaeta crhpa.
Nosibcr el scrTtiiffs frost 1 pint (J00) oysters.
; eaat of oyMcra oolr HHc to tAc per full
rH7.': 77, ymntTVt7 of Washingtoa, Seattle,
and Low Cost in Home or Cafe
4c to 6c
The Ob-mpia Oyster is alt good; even the nectar b nourishing. Its edible
ESI?011 "-1.6 to 17 per cent (very high). No feathers, no bones, no other
.. 1 I Tf115 ?erTic. y eocktaa. patty, trap loaf, sandwich, is six to a
S5Ti . erT7Ce fX 6oxai r so; the cost of these is 54e to lj4c is the
SfSf "?rt, SouBd snarket, and less Un. ic to t5c in the distant markets. "This is
truly ery low coat. And they stake sock exquisite, cunning. Tsried, piquant dishes.
: la the cafe CHynmia Oyster dishes arc as low cost as,
ti sad are richer than, other sseat dishes. Try them!
1 qnarf (400) Olympia Oysters (chopped fiae);
H cap melted batter; Vs cap nilk; S Tf
(whites, stiff); S crackers (powdered); 1 tea-
spoon salt; teaspoon pepper. Cook until
smooth, low heat (10 minutes). Cool. Cot in
thin slices. Place between this slices bread.
Number of servings from 1 woart (400) oysters,
tyi dozen. Cost of oysters. 4c to 6c per sand-'
wich. tlntrersity of Washington, Seattle,
Not in Any Season Not in Any Sale
have we known such
as these to be offered at this com-.
pelling low price!
Every Winter Coat in the House
NOVELTY COATS regularly priced from
GARMENTS which, earlier
in the season were
PRICED AS HIGH AS $79.50
Soft, rich, enveloping coats de
veloped in Normandies, Boliviasi:
Polly anna and Panvelaines
Deeply collared with wolf, nu
tria, mole and opossum hand
somely silk lined carefully tail
EVERY STYLE FOR EVERY
FIGURE! SIZES TO 42! .