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Park arrt. Phona Main Adr
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of Uia Portland Zonery club In th
. l)r- - Trcx Tarker will dellv-r
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and.Mlaa Dorothy Cornl.h wUI aupply
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1 11 p. in. dally and :1S p. ,. stur.
iJv .U, 8t'' Terminal Depot
J lamhlll atreet. corner of Park atreet
rhoae Main SSll. Ady.
Hold Typor1tla Caateatin a con-
Typewriter company at the R. ,,,"
Walker Bu.,ne..P colle for the'
faateat typlata, RUth Martin. Johr
Marlon and Chrl.tlna Oroth took oZrl
Ml-o Martin wrot. 71 word, a mln
Martin i." m'k'ni,: 1,0
Marlon II wordt a mlnuto. and Mli
tlroth (5 worda a miauU. Kaoh wai
preaeated with a new typewriter, flyer
by tb Kaminrton company.
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rhoa Main MIL Adr.
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irrir- will be ih, abject of an
crafeaj lecvure , by Wlllian, U nl-v
bafora ith. Oreon Audubon wlety at
fcall. Tho Klnloy. ,peBl MVeral inon'K
alo Uia aouthern border pnotorrTph!
Jr., many Intereatln, dewert blrdaTwd
tbopk-ture. ,od lecu.ro ar expect
to bo of ,pci. tert,t t0 blrd
Mke DMelay nebata Tha weekW
claoo of tha Oreron CItIo LeTrui
rlllbo h.M 8au,rd.rt IJ
Peraon hotel. There will K. . j.w".
. ..w..Ma w irxi mftlKr School Build
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Beaver Hill Coal
Hi th Grade UltU
Incsr.. Jndre John IL Sterenaon will
tavko tho aflrraaOra and Dr. Clarence
True Wilson tb oes-atlTe. pbona Broad
way 7421 for reMrvaUona.
YtUraai Attoad CUttoo Nearly 256
World war voterano are enrolled In the
Kalfhta of Columbus evening- achoot at
tiO Grand, a venae north. Classed In
arlthmotic. auto tnechanics, bookkoep.
Ina;.' elemantary and bualnesa Enfllah.
rrtechanicsj drawtr.g. salesmanship, show
card wrlUng. typowrttlnr and welding
aro held Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day OTenlnga. ' Tuition and books are
fre to ex-eervlce onen and women.
Thirty Doioa Effi Steles Thirty
dosen freah ens were stolen from the
Sarlnar company. 100 Front street,
Thursday afternoon. The errs were
missed lata in the afternoon when a
check of stock piled on the sidewalk
Barrlar Han. Bala In the few min
utes E. Bernier. MS Vancouver avenue.
w away from his home Thursday night
maei nis wire at. the car line, a
burglar removed a pane of flats from
window and entering the house
stole IIS and several articles of Jewelry.
Bernier reported to tho police thia
Colaaibta states (Formerly kaowa at
Shepard't Aata Bat Llaet) Pertlaad.
Hood Hirer dlrlatoa Service temporar
ily discontinued on account of enow
drift on the highway. Resumption To f
service will be announced in this f-nifce.
Phone Main SC1L Adv. "J
Voauaa Clab Oaaee Saturday e"ve
nmg. January 21, Turn Vereln hall. 13th
and Jefferson. All former Montanana
Invited. Dancing, music cards, refresh
ments. Informal. Admission, 50c. Adv.
After AIL, Ike Test for Tear Teeth 1st
"Can you eat with them?" Dr. E. C.
Rosaman specialize in artificial teeth
scientifically designed for masticating
food. Ill Journal building Adv
rortlaad-TUIasiaok Cadillac Stare
Stare depot. Park and Yamhill stt.. dally
at S:1S a. m. and 2 p. m; Special arrange
ments made for fishing parties. Main
Portlaad-Xtwoerr Bat Leaves Sure
depot. Park and Tamhlll, dally, I, 9 :30
11 a. m. and 1. 2:30. 4:15, 5 -.SO, ( :30
p. m. Saturday and Sunday, 11 :15 p. m
Main SSll Adv.
ForUaad-Salera-Alhaar lavea Stage
depot. Park and Tamhlll. every hour
from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Fare $1.50.
Main 1611. Adv.
Fet Hart! See our foot specialist.
X-ray service free. Knight Shoe com
pany, Morrison near Broadway. Adv.
Tho Pott Nytteai for Feet A scien
tific treatment for broken arches. 711
712 Broadway bldg. 'Mar. 1317. Adv.
sn,..Mi1U City Mage Connects. O.
E. trains Nos. & and 9 for Mills City.
Joseph Hamman, Salem, Prop. Adv.
8tr. America St. Helena via Columbia
river, J :30 p. m. daily ; 11 :30 a. m. Sun
day. Alder at dock. Main 8323. Adv.
. H, Green Stamps for Cata Hoi
man Fuel Co.. Main J53. SS0-11. Ad-.
Government Testt, Show Edlefsen's
coals excel in, heat. Adv. .
Dr. O. T. Trommald has returned. 800
Journal buildlnr. Adv.
Publicity Given to
Dry Law Violations
Oreron City. Jan. 20. Branding the
publicity given to violations of the pro
hibition statutes as "wet propaganda,"
and otatlnc that the majority of people
In America were In favor of the dry re
gime. Dr. W J. Johnson of the Presby
terian board of temperance and moral
welfare, speaking at the Presbyterian
church here Thursday night declared
prohibition a success. He said, how
ever, that more enforcement in neces
sary. Were the measure put to a popu
lar rote, he asserted. 75 per cent of the
people would uphold the present laws.
The solution of the movie question, he
said. Ilea In the improvement of the In
dustry, with extended use along educa
The greatest step toward Improvement
of domestic relationships, he said, would
be enactment of national marriage and
from one of Boston's most
noted factories has just ar
rived. Real bungalow mod
els in beautiful woods and
severely plain cases, priced at
on terms, you can afford.
Wuhuigton at 12th St.
WEEK DAYS DANCING
Jerry Reed's Orchestra
12 to 1 :J0. to T :S0T :J0 to 12 .-39
Amtriraa aad Chinese Dithto
11 A. M. to 1 A. M.
Try Oar Laaek or Slaaer
. 11 A. M. to P. M.
Prices 30c, 35c 40c to 75c
Includes Soup, Vegetable
BBoelal Saaday Chicken Dinner 7 to
11 A. M. to p. M. .
Befrethlar Feaatala Drlakt
riental af e
.Waahlartea aad Broadway
Ah Oreroxi Coal
&awkw .mm rn
Msjiiisjii una, turns a mia n mm wimaMuiaaJI
Of Normal School
! Install Officers
Oreron Normal School, Monmouth.
Jan. 20. Officers were Installed by the
two literary societies here Wednesday
evening as follows: Vesper tine Presi
dent. Esther Chapman : vice president,
Ruth Jenkins; secretary, Bessie Hunter;
treasurer, Carolyn Berry; reporter. Iris
Aiken : sergeant at arms, Lucile Carter.
Delphian President. Hasel Harris ;
vice president. Geraldine Pardy ; secre
tary, Francis Eckrrt ; treasurer, Mary
Cole ; reporter, Klula Dyer ; sergeant at
arms, j Mildred Howella. Professor But
ler conducted the installation.
The I Vespertine society put on the first
program of the term, covering French
art. literature, music and drama. Miss
Helen! Michaeison sang a group of
French songs and an original sketch of
French life and art was given by a
group of glrla. A one act play, "Rosa
lie," by Max Maurey, was staged by
Dorothy Ward, Jane Gunn and Nell
Guard Adopts Arms
Insignia of Explorer
Saletn. Jan. 20. The coat of arms of
Colonel Merrtweather Lewis of the Lewis
and a ark party, will replace the na
tional coata of arms on regimental colors
of the Oregon National Guard, George A.
White, adjutant general, announced, the
change being a result of a national com
plaint growing out of the World war,
when the Identity of individual state
units was virtually submerged. The se
lection followed a careful study of Ore
gon's military traditions, and insignia.
The crest consists of a dragon's head,
holding in its mouth a hand, interpreted,
according to heraldry, as symbolical of
two army officers, Lewis and Clark, who
braved the wilderness and hostile In
dians In biasing the trail to Oregon.
On approval by the secretary of war,
it will be embroidered Into the regi
mental colors of Oregon units.
MALT SYRUPS, HOPS, BOTTLES,
KEGS AND BOTTLERS' SUPPLIES
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
Portland Beverage Supply Co.
4S1 STARK ST.
Bet. 11th aad 12th
Gasco Garage Heaters
were built for just
such" weather as this.
See them at the Gas Co.,
Alder, near Fifth
YOU USE LESS
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON
St, Helens. Jan. 2a The bane of the
motorist using the lower Columbia River
nignway. Justice of the Peace M. F.
Hasen of Columbia county, has thrown
up his Job. Naming of his successor is
awaited with interest by the many
oweni who paid toll for fracturing the
speed laws in Hs,.n'. k.ii, a
iy scramble is anticipated.
25c and 35c
Box Stationery 1
COR. UNION AVE. AND
OUR PRE-INVENTORY SALE
All over the store you will find wonderful Price'
Reduction HALF-PRICE AND LESS for
Coats, Suits, Dresses and Skirts
54 inch Velour, Tweed and
Zibellne Coatings. Regular
$4 values. Re- ?0 A A
duced to, yard
Made of attractive patterns,
duckling fleece, ribbon trim
med. Values to $4.00.
Bath Robe Blankets
Esmond Robe Blankets in
beautiful patterns, large size,
with cords. Our $6.00 value
4 pound rolls, size 72x90.
Extra fine white cotton. Our
$2 batts. Re- d1 QP7
duced to ...... A oO I
3 pound Stitched Batts, 72x
90 size. $1.50 quality
2 pound Cotton .Batts, 72x90
size. $1.00 batts VQ
reduced to UOC
Waist Union Suit
A nice heavy Suit. $1 .nn
$3.98 Pumps and Oxfords $3.98
Values to $9.00. Oxfords in brown and black. Pumps in
patent, black and brown kid. High or low heels These
are extra good values. Sizes 3 to 6y2.
98c Dress Shirts 98c
Here is an opportunity to buy Shirts of excellent quality
bott cuff styles, standard grade percale, full cut. AO
Large showing. Values to $2.00. Special at UOQ
fMoio thmm m ptmmm mmi
m half lor quarter)
for o vep 30 years
Satisfaction guaranteed or
.Millions of pounds bought
by the governmente
Why Py war prices?
Friction between Haaea and tha
ty court over an order that be vacate
bis office la tho courthouse basement,
due, according to the court, to apace
shortage but rumored to have been Is
sued In the nope that Hasen might take
offense, led to the action. Hasen had
served three years and bad three years
leflt of bis term.
Hasen eould not give figures as to
the amount he had taken In efes. mainly
from speeders, but admitted it would run
between S2500 and S3000 for 1921, more
than any other county official of Colum
bia county receives aa salary. .During
the months of heavy traffic be is said to
have reaped a harvest, of between S3 00
and S350 a month. .
4 Bars for
EAST MORRISON ST.
Wool Nap Blankets
$8.50 beautiful Plaid Wool
Nap Blankets, size 66x80.
Fleeced lined Union Suits,
medium weight, fine quality.
Sleeveless and short sleeves.
All sizes. $1.50 val- A"5
ues reduced to .... tO C
Extra Heavy Union Suits.
Long or short sleeves, ankle
length. $2.00 (Jb- QQ
Silk and Wool Unions
Bodice top and regular top,
short or long sleeves.
Cotton Fleeced Vests Long
sleeves. 65c OQ.r
Women's Fleeced Hose
Heavy cotton fleeced Hose,
fine gauge. Our OA
45c quality. Pair.. Itt
Extra Special on
Ladies' Silk Hose
Our $1.50 and $1.75 Silk
Hose. Brown and black.
Fine lisle top and soles. A
splendid wearing Hose.
Special 1 O
at )1 alti
-JT P 25c
a- i ;
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II II . . -
Suits and Overcoats
Fifth at Alder
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A great sdleil
Our stocks are too big for this time
of the year. We have cut our prices
to cut down our stock that's all
there is to it. You save money; we
get our holdings back to normal.
Every suit and
WJ th telephone operator tells you
the line is busy this fact has been made
knowii to her by an electric signal. With
the thousands of calls in daily telephone
traffic if the operator, to secure this in
formation, were compelled to listen on
the line of the party called, prompt serv
ice would be out of the question.
This delay is eliminated by an electric
device which in the fraction of a second
automatically indicates that the line
called for is in use.
When "busy" reports are repealerj
successive calls for the same number, it is
genCr? 7 10 iromoderate use of the
called line. The length of a telephone
conversation is obviously bevond the control
of the telephone operator. Have confidence
in her when she makes the report "the line
A less freight rate, enables us to sell it for less.
; , AlL 0ED K" FROM FT ATTE5TI0S
east LIBERTY COaAL & ICE CO.
east tt . . v -t ai iit v.t.n. -JTLlr
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