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TUESDAY, JANUARY. 31, 1922.
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON
" ' come a imm
. mt the aWeaaJatd Chen ef
m -a m utter Ui --
Jut T.' B nl .
Wortnee, trae kfa,
nwU and raid project for the oonjln
i year. The conference la similar to that
held in Baker recently for Hasten Ore-
son supervisor. -
Gear Otnetn M iMt-Offloen o(
the Oregon National vuard will meet in
annual conference at the Armory in this
city Friday. February 10, at I o'clock
m., th session to cootinoe all day.
Orado pay for Urn necessary win be
allowed and also transportation. ' Offl-
aah. hotel, next Saturday eveninc. AS 1
writers, .dab women and book .lover
are included In the invitation. ' Reserva
tions can be made at the J. X. GUI coro-
pany. ; ' k -
The Open Feram of Desaeeracy will
bold its regular meeting in room A. Cen
tral library, Wednesday, at 8 p. m. The
subject for discussion will be, "Should
the Present Styles of Dancing Be
Taught and Practteced In the Public
e Schedules to
e February 1
The Cadillac Stage company, operating
stages between Portland and Tillamook.
ears are expected to appear in service I School?" Dr. J- 8. Hardy will direct I mnouncea a new schedule, effective Feb-
unlform and to remain throughout the!
ia to is.
e aaaariaaa Isstttate ef Baaaia. JU 1
"V" ". rorttaad, anxmW k tatS
mmyf.S WnlW Tmtht aad Wad--J,TZZTma"t
a"d Wednesday fair; sws
""oiaatae Tofrish Ulr: Vnfaialu tkr
lw vrtmm n prarafla from Alaaka auutheaat-
T .t"- . as Miic. aa4 aantware
Lr"7 """"I rwi and amrihara Korkj
V" ! Norton fuh and ftoatb-
" tnmMm. mra prmmn rrmlla la
"-V aa el Um lJmtl suttm. tha hifW
iwimuui hae arrurrad at Ursa aajshar of
'J"" station Klnhm fair aathr
Colawbla Stage Pormerly knewa aa
Saepare's AaU Baa LJaea) Portland
St, Hatoat dtrUiea Leave Portland
10 a. m. and 4 :15 u. m. daily and 11 :15
p. m. Baturoays, sjiiaays and bouoaya
only. Leave St. Helens 7 do a. m. and
1:14 p. m. daily and 1:15 p. m. Satur
days, Sundays and holidays only. Ail
cars heated. Leave from and arrive at
the new Auto Stage Terminal Depot.
KZ Yamhin street, corner of Park street
Phone Main MIL Adv.
Chares Feed Gains Canvassers for
the Unity Presbyterian church build
ing fund met with greater success Sun
day than had been anticipated, said the
Rev. a W. See ma a. pastor. Out of
the $5000 sought on the small monthly
payment basis the canvassers came back
lth 14199 pledged, ail to be paid within
a year. Trie church contemplates- a new
structure at East Seventy-first street.
after which open discussion win be in
CelssiMn Loose Leaf Aeeoent Book,
extensively used, rulings 2 to 4S columns,
Journal, cash, voucher, classified sales.
recap, etc Hundreds in use. fnone
Broadway 2971, Pacific Stationery
Printing Co., 197 Second street. Adv.
Br. G. Lee Hyasea has moved to 815
tlC Selling bldg. Marshall 3712. Adv.
Columbia Stages CFeraierly known as
8heard's Ante But Lines) Portland.
Heed Biver division Service temporar
ily discontinued on account of snow
drifts oh the highway. Resumption of
service will be announced in this space.
Phone Main MIL Adv.
Prise 9faBaurade for general public
Tuesday night, Jan. 31. W. O. W. hall,
121 11th st. Given by Anchor council
No. 74. S. B. A. 20 prizes, costing 1150,
will be given away. Come, masque.
Help the unemployed. Adv.
ForOaad-lTeweerg Bat Leaves Stage
the meeting and Introduce the subject, j ruary . On and after that date the
stages wffl leave the stage depot. Park
ana xamhiu. Portland, at t:15 a. m.
12:30 p. m. and 3 :20 n. m. Stages will
leave Tillamook at 7:30 a. m 13 o'clock
noon and 3 p. m. . -
The noon stage from Portland and
Tillamook is an added service which will
Permit passengers to arrive at Portland
and Tillamook before dinner. The noon
stage from Portland will make it possi
ble for an afternoon edition of The Jour
nal to' be delivered in Tillamook every
evening before dinner. Later in the
spring, as the beach travel opens up. ad
ditionai trips wUl be added to the above
Simplified JFonns :;f. y
Tor Filing Income
. Revised and simplifledZorma for filing
individual income returns for the year
1521 have been received by Clyde G.
Huntley, collector of Internal revenue.
These blanks are being mailed to every
person in the state outside of Portland
who filed a returni last year. Blanks
will be mailed taxpayers residing in I
Portland as sooA as received from
Washington, probably early next week.
It is expected thAt blanks for the use of
corporations win, be received within a
few dava. ""V
"Income tax returns must be filed not
later than March 15," explained Col
lector Huntley this morning. "Taxpay
ers may pay their tax in full when they
file their returns, or they will be per
mitted, as was the case last year, to pay
in four equal in at ailments, due March 15,
Juno IS, September IS and December IS.
In any event, the return must be Cled
not later than March IS and. unions the
tax ia paid in full, mast be accompanied
by the initial payment of 2S per cent.
-Failure r a taxpayer to receive
blanks from this office upon which 'to
make his return does not relieve the tax
payer fro his ebUgaOea to tile his re
turn, neither win It exempt aim from
the payment of heavy penalties provided
payer from bis obligation to file bis re
turn within the prescribed time.
' : ROT LAKX ABUTTALS .
Hot Lake. Jan. 3L Arrivals at Hot
Lake sanatorium. Friday, were: Mtl F.
8. Clio. Cakoa: Mrs. J. Martin. i-tJi
too; Mrs. Arthur HtMna. Kes .
Idaho; P. J. Steffen. La Oande; aira.
E. U. Malta x. Union ; Mr. and Mrs. K 1.
SturgflL La. Grande; Kthelya HalL Port
land; Mr. and Mm. Rucamaa. AUi :
Gorre Witaoa, L Orande; liertotrt
- J wm IWICK OI t Wlll.hu.
mmrh atlkbr oa tka atra ilna mi ik.
n "--tln aao ta the Imr Ik now.
. ilit at Portland Nona yaf
.rll.V P, r-Mfda. 4 p.r
"5J a. sl today. 53 pat aaoL
mnrm January 1 Total. S.21
" 50 nrS": drflcwnrr. l.:t
near Sandy boulevard.
Will Dlaeaas Sain Merger A report on depot. Park and Yamhill, daily. 8. 9 :30
tL nh,a- ' Ran Francisco will be given before the P. m. Saturday and Sunday. 11 .15 p. m.
mw .L ZfJEL I Portland Ad club Wednesday noon by I Main 8S1L Adv.
il- b. v an Lmser. presiaent or ine i-on-1 Beneol Books, toougnt. sold and ex-
land Chamber of Commerce. The Dane- changed. Hyland's Old Book store. 204
mg Wilburs, who have Just finished anlvmirth atrt. Ht,.n t-.i.
Orpheum tour, will dance, and Samuel Salmon. Adv
C. Lancaster will describe the condition
of the snow-blocked Columbia river rortland-SalenwAihanyLeaves stage
highway. pt"- rr ana xamnni, every nour
Dr. Ear. Parker Ill-Dr. B. Earle M",n k,, " P" m
Parker, pastor of the First Methodist I . , , ....
church, is confined to his home with a " ' . , JT1
severe attack of la grippe. His fever " lrcK- nigni jsnoe oom-
was reported to have retarded this morn- "ear sroauway. auv.
Ing, but It U doubtful If he will be al-l -jaenea St. Helens via Columbia
lowed by his physician to occupy his river, 2 :30 p. m. daily ; 11 :30 a. m. Sun
pulplt next Sunday. He did not preach daT- Alder st dock. Main $321. Adv.
last Sunday. The morning service was I Salest-Snia City Btsra Connocta O.
tasen ny ut. w. w. zoungson ana tneii& trains ros.
evening service by Rev. Ralph McAfee.
Li q nor Cbargea Dropped Charges of
violating the Volstead act filed in
Klamath Falls against Dick Berard and
Fd Zehnder were dismissed Monday by
Federal Judge Wolverton at the request
of Assistant United States Attorney
Flegel. Flegel told the court that the
evidence was not sufficient to warrant
presentation of the cases to the grand
Mors Vet Bodies Come Bodies of eight
Northwest soldiers who died overseas.
taker. Or-' . -, ,
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S and for Mills Citv.
Joseph Hamman, Salem, Prop. Adv. -
Practical and Efficient Dentistry Dr.
J. R. Marshall. 307 Journal bldg. Adv
S. A H. Green Stamps for Cash Hol-
man Fuel Co.. Main 353, 560-21. Adv.
Centralla, Wash.. Jan. 3L David Cole
man, 84. died Sunday after an illness of
six hours. He was a Civil war veteran
and crossed the plains by prairie
schooner in 1868 to Montana and Utah
In DMl.nJ VInH I OCOIt-H ui UIU, M lniraiia
Th. win h. h.tv,a tn.i.ht rr tk.i u He is survived by seven chil-
W. R. Coleman, Mrs. W. E. Pangburn i
final destination at various towns In
Oreiron and Waahlneion One additions'
body to arrive, besides the list published nd UJ-Shr Hagen of Centralia ;
lajit awk. wa that of Omar Alexander Mrs. S. B. Porter. ancouver. Wash.,
of Mansfield. Wash., who died of wounds nd F- M- Coleman, Paxton, Neb.
received In action on August 31, 1918
Apartment Work Begins Construction
work was begun Monday on a two-story
frame apartment house building, 70 by
90 feet in dimensions, at the southwest
corner of Weidler and East Eighth
streets, for W. A. Carpenter. The ex
terior of the building will be finished
In cement stucco and the two stories
will be divided into 17 four-room suites.
Construction cost is estimated at 335,000.
Mail Addretie Wasted Since the new
city directory has omitted the names of
CITY OFFICIAL QUITS
Kelso. Wash., Jan. 31. W. H. Davolt,
manager of the Kelso water department,
has resigned to enter the chicken busi
ness with his brother. C O. Davolt. They
are building two Residences on the Da
volt place north of town. Mayor Mc-
Lane returned from California Saturday,
but has not chosen Davolt's successor.
"J "em -Bilked- R. K.
Kautelberg was arrested Monday eve-
V Ming by the nolloa All tttA Munnl.l.i ,
S-mxr m 11 -- . " vl liiwu-lnl i.1ln.n oanl.. HQ Pl.t Tw.nl.
n.L.- v " """"" 'a tt. who LIlTw .t Y -7;f"Z V - -V vi.
i7J "blikea- out of $10 by
f H 1 em
QUAKE AT BROWNSVILLE
Brownsville, Or., Jan. 3L A slight
many persons residing in Portland, Post-1 earthquake was felt here about 5 o'clock
master John M. Jones has requested that I this morning. No damage resulted.
ar.yone whose name is not so contained.
to leave his name and address at the
poetoffice for the use of the mail clerks
in supplying addresses on mall that is
received without proper, addresses.
Motoreycllst Is Hart Ivan Crumbley,
n employment tranaar-tlnn tt.
held on a charre of aiwmiIto .
Miuymeni agency without a M.r...
Trajvaa nariag Charlea D. Gooch
who admitted, after his arreat Si.mH.v
paaalng bad checks totaling over 30o'.
waived a preliminary hearing In muni
cipal court Monday and was bound over
to the grand Jury with bail fixed at
Pertlaad Invited to Fairs Notices of
three world fairs to be held during 1322
have been received bv the hnr....
trade and commerce of the Chamber of
jwnnwrw, ine nrst will be the British
... ,,r, irom renruary 27 to
-..nil m. i tsirmmgham and London
ine second will be the Official Sample
f-lr at Barcelona. Ppein, from March 15
L? .'.11 tn th'rd l Bandoeng, Dutch
Iast Indies, from September IS to Octo-
bt a. czniDiin and, Relegates are in
vited from Portland" fbr. each fair.
Cetasibln Stagei (Vennarty known at
aDr' Aato B.. Lines) Partial'
Maltaesiak Falls dlvlaloa Leave Port-
iVf. 10 ? and 4 :S0 D- ny and
11 :1 p. m. Saturdays. Sundays and holl
jays only. Leave MuKnomah FsJls
, rH 1 P- Oally and p. m.
auaumju ana Holidays. All
rart boated. Iave from and arrive at
V w Auto Stage Terminal Depot. Sal
.uwl. comer or park street
Thowe Main MIL Adv.
..a moimrr charged with at-
uo aicamg nis widowed mother,
wtto ivrohn. 1093 East
-.ninnm street north, was ar
rested by police on the mmw.
Il In t Monday evening and held In the
Juvenile quarters at th M..nf. ...i
Mrs. Krohn told police that her son had
beaten her on several occaalona. and hi
utter disregard of her authority had led
er to appeal for help. a
k.. j: "'-'"r ssewa aa
- aa a.iaetl Fapla
seventh street, suffered a fracture of his
right shoulder Monday afternoon at 197
North Twenty-fifth street when his mo
torcycle skidded from under him on a
turn. He was taken to St. Vincents
Relief Worker Belarus Miss Nellie
Cole of Forest Grove has arrived in New
York on her way home from Near East
relief work in the Black sea districts of
Aria Minor, according to news received
today. Illness in Miss Cole's family,
caused her return. Lack of American
funds curtail much relief activity. Miss
PorUasd-TDlamook Cadillac Stage-
Stage depot. Park and Yamhill sts., daily
at 3 -.15 a. m. and 3 p. m. Special arrange
ments made for fishing parties. Main
Will Honor Poet The Oregon Writers'
league will give a banquet in honor of
the distinguished visiting poet and lec
turer, Vachel Lindsay, at the Multno-
7 mm - Walai - Leave Port
Lt! " -,m- 1 v4: p.
V" m- Lve AatoHa 7:15
:15 p. m. Direct connections at Atrf
"Tn S""l C beach
po,t' All cars heated. Leave from
and arrive at the naw a..i c.
'"J"! turner 7f
- - rnni snain ItlL Adv
Fereeurs to Confer Supervisors II. L
Plumb of the Deschutes nations! for
, . ."' rremont na
iwramv win neaoquartera at Lak
view, arrived in Portland unnH. ,
'af,.Cltrnc w,lh members frorr
...-fin lorestera ofneo over allot
No waste steps for those who
stop at centrally located
Great Future Ahead
Buoyed up by high ambitions.
Lewis moved his family to their new
home and began work. It did, indeed,
appear just the opening he had al
ways wanted. "What a fool I was,"
he said to himself as he thought over
the past "I was content to hang on
to that little job all those years when
a little pep and Initiative on ray part
would have got me here years before.
Big affairs hinge on small events.
Just by getting that new suit and
overcoat at Cherry's I mustered up
confidence Just at the right moment
and got this job. Cherry's, at 349
Morrison, have done a lot for me.
Cherry's have the entire second floor
at Park and Morrison, entrance 349
Morrison, center of block. Take elevator.
Brigand Patrol D. 0. K. K.
WEST FAEK AKD TAX HILL STS.
ALL PTTBIAlfa, 1. O. st. K.
AM THELR FRLEHDS IKV1TED
DA5CIXG Si 31
The Best Fuel
laea Order se Gas Co Mala CM er Aato
Rich, buttery cakes, topped
with a film of delicious va
nilla icing and sprinkled
with chopped nuts.
Poppyseed Coffee Cake, .
Almond Ring, each 50c
Race Track, each. . 40c
French Coffee Cake, ea. 10c
Brunswick Coffee Cake,
Butterhorns, each . . . . .15c
Buttercups, 3 for...... 25c
It Temtax Street
Nationally Known Publicity
rt Returns to
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H. T. LALlLLE, BIO ADVERTISIO MA5, WHOSE EXPERIENCE HAS
COVERED EVERT PART OF THE USITED STATES,
TO COKDUCT BIO CAMPAIGN
H. T. Lacelle. known from coast! to coast as one of the most successful
advertising men in the United States, arrived in Portland Sundav nia-ht and
rteisiereu si me oenson noieu nen inierviewea regarainK conaitlons in other
ports of the country. Mr. Lacelle stated that business Is rapidly eettinar back
to normal. There seems to be a great deal of money In circulation in the East
There is a great deal of talk about the World's Fair to be held In Portland
in 1925. The entire country seems to be planning to attend. Wherever one
goes they hear of Portland, and the Fair will do more for the Northwest than
any otner uung ever attempted, it wui onng new capital ana many new resi
dents to the city and state. I
Mr. L&eeUe. is well known here, having conducted several of his campaigns
in Portland, and Is very popular with the buying public. He is a man of
wonderful personality and has made a great many friends among the people
Mr. Lacelle states that he came here upon orders from Mr. M. fill rim an
proprietor of GLICKMAN'S store, at Second and Alder, to conduct one of the
greatest sales ever neia in ine riormwest. urtner particulars will be an-
nouncea in tomorrow s papers. aqv.
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Great Banks" '.
Every Article at a Great Reduction
Spring Merchandise is arriving fast, and wo samat
make room and Close Out all Winter Merchandise
at a Sacrifice.
IT PAYS TO SHOP
FIRST, SECOND AND ALDER STREETS
Women's Three Strap Pumps
One or Three-Strap Pumps, in Black or Brown Leather. Here you will find an
Exceptional Bargain, and you cannot afford to overiook thu great offering. Only
Price, a Yard
Very noat Patterns to select
from. ( Suitable for Dra.
periee, Comfort Coverings,
Heavy doable tkreeai. A
Towel that vriQ give entire
Sale Price, a Yard
Beet Standard Dress Per-
cales offered here at this'
Aa exceptional bargain for
those who can appreciate
Twisted Drop Cords
A foot 3c
No. 14 Wire H
A foot l c
Evergrip Tape '
I lllLXlfyCTL. M M m I - -
Flush Switches with UratL froited ODC I Sinkle Droo Chain
Plates N;Meai i rwl art g, I Fixtures: leas Shade
Each dear..-;UC St Each
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