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THE) OUEOO SrrATKSWASf Utlll.W. MAY 7. IIMrt.
Soldier Relief Legislation
Alter November Election
WASHINGTON', May After u
tries of informal conferenres, I)em
ficratir and Hepublkan uimber r-f
Hie house pgrtfd today there was no
prospect of enactment of soldier 'r
nf kRm1atM.il before the forthcom
ing recess lor the political conven
tions. ; ..
Representatives Knutvon of Min
neHpta. the Republican whip, sad
Ihnt many members felt that tbo
"whole question should go over until
alter the November election so as
toi avoid the possible injection of
lartlsanahlp In Its consideration.
Hfpreser.tatlve Garner of Texaa,
f )enioerati.r whip, and niemler of tho
ways aad meat.s committee whlf!i
f onduct extensive hearings on re
liei legislation, declared sentiment
was rap4dly changing" and that a
majority u ib iH-iuocralie member
01 th' committee "were willing to
lft the bill continue to rleep in rom-
Jcilir.UiO HKCKIVKS MILLION'
;M HAM :OlNIS OF Sl (;Alt
CHICAGO. May 6. A veritable
.treasure s:i:p, t:e Fierce McClout, ar
rived today w:ia r.e 1.500.000
W9 ouench thirst with fruit Juices.
We clothe thousands with woven wool
from the flocks ca oar myriad hills.
We. feed great hosts.with meats, cer
eals and -processed vegetable.
We send to many countries the "best of
all food fishes and oar fruits grow
In fame and demand across wide areas.
Creates an apatite, alI !I:re.
tion, purities the bloou, i.r::.l
i-.vswuilatioii so as to secure fu'.l
r.ntritive value of foo!, anl t
five strcnjjilt to the whole system.
pounds of sugar for a brokerage com
pany. The ship was chartered be
cause of freight congestion on rail
roads from the east, the company
Action On Suffrage
Amendment Is Delayed
DOVER. Del.. May 6. Despite the
efforts of anti-suffragists to force a
vote in the lower house of the Dela
ware legislature, today on the reso
lution to ratify the federal suffrage
amendment, adjournment was taken
until May 17 without any action on
the measure, suffrage leaders admit
ted they lack at least three votes to
pass the measure in the bouse at this
Tlrc refnsal of the senate, which
yesterday passed the measure, to
message it to the house and the pre
sentation of a concurrent resolution
from the upper branch calling for a
ten-day recess created one of the
most spirited fights of the special
session, charges being made that the
delay was "for no other reason than
to buy, bribe and capole members of
the house into voting for suffrage."
The charges were made by Represen
tative MeNabb, Democrat, of Wil
DElilii J I yJun I
Queen Evelyn Will be Crowned
by Governor Olcott in
OLD BELL STARTS FETE
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Our Best Quality 36 Inches Wide
A YKXKKAHLE 1UKKKR
M. II. Kelly of the Clay country
was in Dixon Monday and secured a
license and tag for his dog from
County Clerk J. T. Uraden and state!
the canine wa 18 years old He Is
probably the oldest dog in the
world? Dixon t Ky. I Journal
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C ONSIDER a man's clotbes consider their mission in
the life of a man who is successful, or what they mean
to the man who wants to be successful
Clothes play a big part in the ball room, in business,
in school, anywhere.
Consider the man in the picture. The impression he
makes, in company, depends very much on his clothes. Other
things count, of course but a man is judged, first by ap
pearance, because appearance speaks before the man.
Kuppenheimer and Frat
I Good Clothes ,
are intimately associated with successful Americans. Men
of every age, of every type, of every personality, find in
them the proper medium to attain good clothes-appearance.
This store has Kuppenheimer good clothes for men;
new Spring models; they're worth seeing because they're
worth wearing. -
Foe the new
. Displays. '
' Knox Hats
Climax of Day Is Junior Play
"Lady of Lyons" at Grand
Today begins the May day and
junior week-end revelry at Willam
ette uDiveinty. This is an annual
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tn iioiiur ui 1 up return 01
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throurhont the state Minv rUlfni.
will arrive in Ralem today to witness
At 12 o'clock the old historic bell
in Waller hall will be rung, as an
announcement that the revelry !
about to commence. President Donev
will give the address of welcome at
this time, and this will Ik followed
by a picnic dinner on the campus
that will continue until about 2 p.m.
tJovertior to Crown Queen.
The coronation of the queen. Eve
lyn I. will take place between 2 and
3:30 o clock, beginning promptly r.t
p. m. Governor Qlcott will be
master of ceremonies. The May
dances that will be given by mem
bers of the women's gym nasi u 1.1
classes will be an additional attrac
tion of the coronation scenes. TbJi
event will mark the beginning of tb
reiirn of th May queen.
hollowing the coronation, at 3:30
p. m. will l a tub race between lh
four classes and the freauiuan-sopho-more
Junior I lay Tonight.
In the evening at 8:15 will be the
Junior play. -The Lady of Lyons"
at the Crand Opera hout-e. This is
a play of unusual merit and Inter
est, guaranteed to produce a laugh.
and with a strong cast that has spent
careful preparation on its produc
tion. This is the annual contribu
tion of the junior class to the fes
tival, and is always much aprrecl-
The program for the entire festi
Friday, May 7.
12 Ringing or historic bell.
12-2 p. m. Address of welcome
by President Doney.
2-3:30 Coronation of Queen Eve
lyn I. Governor Olcott master of
May dances. ,
3:30 Tub race. Mill stream.
Freshman. - Sophomore pushball
8:15 Junior play. "The I,ady of
Lyons, at Grand Opera house:
Saturday, May K.
:30-9:20 a. ni. May niornlnc
breakfast on campus; served by Y
W. C. A.
10 a. ni. Tennis tournament. IT
cf O. vs. Willamette.
Music at Chresto Halls.
3 p. m. freshman preen cap
Munt on campus.
2:30-3 Freshman-Sophomore tug
o'war, across Mill' race.
3 p. m. Baseball Multnomah club
8:15 "Yokohama Maid." Gran.1
Opera houe. .
.Sunday, May 0.
4 p. ra. W U. Vesper service at
First M. K. church. Speaker. E. E
$1 2 yd.
Comes in a Wide Range Of Colors
It is not necessary to tell you of market condition. Will only ur that from present in-
client ion do not think wc will 1 ahle to offer this price1 aicaiii thin seavjii. liny all j-0-4
want. Friday and Saturday. SjHeialf yard '. SI 19
Oar Prices Always the Lnwetl
GALE .& CO.
Formerly Chicago Store Court and Commercial StnM
subscribed to this fund and that tri
umphant processions had gone
through the principal streets of cities
of the United States In celebration of
the event and that D Valera had
been entertained by state governors.
He asked If Mr. Tionar Law did not
consider that in international law this
amounted to an unfriendly act and
whether new instructions would be
given to the British arabassodar.
The government leader said he bad
not seen a statement ot the specific
facts named but It did not alter nfs
view regarding Great Britain's right
course, namely that It was not al
ways wise to take action to whfch a
country had the legal right.
MICHIGAN IH3I. TXVKXTIO.H.
DETROIT. Mich.. May .Demo
cratic connty conventions were held
throughout Michigan today to select
delegate to the, state convention at
Grand Rapids May 19. Practically
all the counties heard from adopted
resolutions praising the Democratic
national administration and denounc
ing the Republican congress. Few
made any direct reference to a presi
dential nomlnae and n number of
counties favired sending an n n ve
st ticted delecatlon' to the national
convention. Herbert Hoover, a can
didste for the Republican nomination
was the recent Democratic choice, his
nam inMiriiif tisuh t Lr k
Til. ttt -
four delegates at large aad t It
district delegates will be -Baaed !a
caucus at Grand Rapids ea t
ALBANT. N. Y May . N
Tork's delegation to the nsticiJ
Democratic roaveatioa at Eas ra v
clsco tonight went on record Ur
ortsg the unit rule.
drjkii mriT gi OTATIOXA.
NE WTORK. May Evaora"d
apples, dnil. Praaea, firm for Cxi
fornlaa. Peaches. ta!r trade..
Court to Appoint An Alienist
to Pass On Prisoner's
LOS ANGELES. May Walter
Andrew Watson, who today pleaded
guilty to a grand Jury Indictment
charging murder, will be the subject
of a conference tomorrow morning
by District Attorney Thomas lee
Wool wine and other coounty officials
and J. Morgan Marmaduke. Watson's
attorney, it was announced tonight.
The exact naaure or the conference
was not disclosed, although It was
stated unofficially "all the cards
would be laid on the table." but It
was believed to be a result of the
decision by Judge Frank R. Willis, or
the criminal department ot the su
perior court, to whom Watson made
his plea, to appoint alienists to Inves
tigate the prisoner's claims to insan
ity. Sentence will be imposed next
Irish Activity Here
Rankles Home of Commons
LONDON. May . The subject or
the support given to the "Irish re
public" by some persons In the United
States came up In the house or com
mons today. Horatio Bottomley asked
whetheri the government was aware
that appeals for subscriptions for
w A m A J J 1 1- . . '
tvuu uuimiva u j im vaiera as
"president or the Irish republic."
were still anneaiinc In American
newspapers and were supported by
me governors ot various states, and
whether Great Britain proposed to
make representations on the matter
to President Wilson.
Mr. Bonar Law. replying In behalf
of the government, said it was under
stood that such appeals were still ap
pearing in certain American .oaners
but he was not In a position to say
whether they were supported by any
' Great Britain, he added, was not
prepared to make representations.
Mr. Bottomley asked whether Mr.
Law had seen ... the announncement
that already. 12.000,000 had been
This weather suggests white shoes, so just in order to make things lively we will
DEVOTE TODAY TO WHITE SHOES, Space will be allotted to display white
shoes of every description for the women and children plainly marked at
Less Than Factory Price
Ladies' While Oxfords
Regular White Canraj
Oxfords. Louis he. Is, practi
cally all sixes
Ladies' White Shoes
Regular $G.OO to $8.00 White
Canvas Shoes, Military heels
Ladies' White Shoes
Regular $7.00 white polar
cloth shoes, welt Neolin sole,
Ladies' White Shoes
Regular $6.00 and $3.00
White Canras shoes, plain
pointed toes, Louis heels
Ladies' White Shoes
Regular $.75 white reinskin
shoes, welt sole, uQitar heels
Missei' White Shoes
Regular $3.75 white kid
shoes, plain toe, medium heel
sixes 12 Vs to 2
Children's White Shoes
Regular $3.75 White Canras
shoes, plain toe low heeL six
es ZVt to 12
One Lot White Shoes
Regular $2.75 and $3.00
White Shoes, sixes from Zyz
tot 2, special for Friday
White Slippers "
Mines' and Children's White
2-strap slippers, sixes Yt
Child's White Pumps
Regular $1.75 to $25 one
strap, ankle button pump,
white soles, sixes 5 to 10
One lot Children's .White
Strap Slippers, sixes 7 to 13,
Infant White Pumps
Regular $1.50 and $1.75, two
strip white pumps, sixes 2 to
At the Electric Sign