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TICS STATESMAN FVBUSHlIfO COMPAMY
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'Ti AMAclst Tr i slal)7 atitW4 to tao cm tot puhUeatlo. of all feoara
tiapaKrhea credit to it or Mt tte(lM tK41t4 ) XkH PJr alto taa local
?mh KelHr.S30 Wora4or BM(., Portlaad. Or., i J r ? -
Tbobmi Clark Co, Now Torlt. 121136 W. 31xt 8t.; CateafA. MarnoU Bid.:
J ? . . ; . TZLBTHOHZS: . '
BmImu Ottiem of $11
Socil E4itor 106 Dopartasoai 33 or 10
Eatcre at t Poat Offlea in 6loa.
JulUT 12, 102T." " f . i,,
IirNo nftD can m two piasters for either he will hate one and
lore the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other.
Ye cannot serre God and mammon." Math. 6:24. t
THE PENITENTIARY. MANAGEMENT
fln the interests of economy and efficiency, I ask that you
place the state penitehtiary under the direction of the bokrd
of control, which now has the management'of other state
Institutions. . I advocate this policy to the' end that the management-of
the state penitentiary may be removed from
politics; thatHhe tenure ;of its Vdn officers may
depend solely on merit, jind. half"eff iciency may be the only
consideration in the conduct of this institution.'
The "above is a paragraph from the message of Governor
Patterson to the legislature.
; There are arguments on both sides of this question of the
responsibility for the management of the penitentiary any
penitentiary. , r , "'" :
. rJSuch an institution should be removed from politics. The
nure of iteadministratiye pfficers should depend solely on
meHt; and so should the tenure of every other person employ
ed about such an institution
rjBut the governor has; the pardoning power, and also the
authority to parole, anfon this account there are arguments
lit favor of . the sole authority resting in the chief executive
of the state. That power and that authority must rest some
whfere, and certainly the governor of a commonwealth of this
country, as in the chief executive of the United States in the
case of federal -prisbners;r would better rest' there than else-
: And the .history of Oregon shows that the power and the
authority have been little abused in this state, by the men
chosen by the people for that high office, or in the nation
by. those men who have occupied the office of president. If
not in the chief executive, where could such a power with
show of uniform justice rest ? Or with so scant likelihood of
But the arguments on the
reasons . worthy of consideration . :--
? j Especially as applied in the case of the Oregon penitenti
ary. Thia institution has become a, manufacturing institu
ti66fiinder theoiperatipns of the revolving fund Jaw. It will
jptm'iaorti iiahy Z. .''"'' ' v!," A 5 . '
An industry, oK combination of industries. : '
fThaHsifhedevelopment already under .way shall be
'coTitlnued and Incrased which is in the mind of Governor
Patteirsbn. Heunderstands and believes in the impof tance of
althrs.'And the, time of the governor is talten up with mni
fold;duties; more so "than in m4st states.- "On this account,
there rare reasons to believe that the functioning of a boad,
uch as the Oregon state board of control, may be better than
the.single responsibility. Oregon has tried both ways. But
ivever before has there been such a program for industrial
development at the penitentiary, which under the right direc
.ti6n, will accomplish two things .;. , .-
v : ' Will make the institution
time make it more largely reformatory, in line with the
declaration of policy Of the constitution pf Oregon in prison
management x .
' ' And both are very important. Both are backed by power
ful reasons looking to economy,
moral well being of the body
v For it Is much cheaper to reform a man and return him to
-society a self supporting individual than to. make him a con
firmed criminal, a constant menace to society and burden rto
the taxpayers ; -
The writer believes that;
;tion Is ZQlnz to be a constructive and efficient one' in either
:Cas'e j';- - .''
- -. MTnder the sole management of r Governor Patterson,' or
-under his control with the assistance " of the state treasurer
and the secretary of state.
( Eight of the," public-utility
. in major improvements and betterments nearly six and a half
' million dollars last year and. two projects are now under way
X iiiYuivuig mi expeutuvure oriive miiuons more, inese com
- paniei are bringing huge sums
vside;the sUte, They are showing faith ini Oregon. - They
desenTe muc in the way of fair treatment and a showing o
confidence,' to saj-jBothing of patronage,4 front our people.
: r J BepresentativjB Mott yesterday introduced in the house a
.concurrent resolution for a joint committee to confer witn a
like commiUeaQfiihe Washington legislature ori fish;legisla-
f - tipn as affecting the Columbia river; "This should ijave imme
diate attention; the right kind of a i cbmmittee--jiEind.thez'e
, should be a persistent program for cleaning up the Columbia
river, to the end. that the .salmon fishing industry, affecting
both states', may be - alio wed to grow as it should; It may be
- made five times as large as
' The ' joint memorial sent
yesterday, on the proposed bridge at Longview, is reasonable
Itmerely calls for the right of
ther mbney to make the bridge
filial call for a bridge that would obstruct navigation.?
; ?i " ,J. .v. . - - ' - ' - ';-V . ;
. vXooks like a. working legislature; and faith, there is alo
of work to do,"1 -1 : . i
Z THE OREGON STATESMAN, SAMftfV OTIEGON
W. IT. H4oros
Halph H. KJcUia
Fraa.li JukMki -.
E, A. K baton -
W. C. OftAr - -
Uuor Jab iit
- r Uvootoek Editor
- - Poultry Kdite
Jftk tt.artftftt .
Cirevlatioa Of f ie...
Orafoa, M ieoBt-claa matter.
other side are also backed by
self supporting 'and at-the same
to say nothing of the average
of our people
the incoming state administra-
" s . .
companies in Oregon expended
of money to Oregon froni out
it is.nowand more.
to congress by the legislature
the pbrf .'of, Portland to put up
right," fn case ihe final plans
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LEGAL NOTICES ' I
. in -. . . . . i i
The . aahnai meetinif! of the
stockholders of - the : Gold Creek
Mmlnjc t ; Millina: . Company S is
hereby mailed for Monday, January
10. 1917. at 8 o'clock p. mr to
meet In the rooms of the' Capital
Business College. Saleni.; Oregon,
for : the : parpos ".'of electing J
Board of Directors and transacting
siich other haatness aa may come
before .tL 'rBy ordef' of the Presi
dent. George W. Shand. i Attest:
W..I.'St,aJey, Secretar, ! ; Jll
' summons v':J I ,
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of Mar
ion. ;w ; : .. -Cora
Turner. Plaintiff i.. -
Thomas Turner. Defendant
To Thomas Turner, the above
' In the. name of the State , of
Oregon;:. Ton are hereby required
to appear a ad answer the com
plaint fUed against yon in the
abofe entitled suit on or before
toe" expiration of six week from
t&e date of the lint pabllcatlon
pf this summons ; which; date of
expiration is January 19. 1192T; if
you eo-fail to appear and, answer
plaihtiff will apply to the Court
for the. relief prayed for In ; her
complaint, to-wit: A decree dis-
solviDg the marriage coatracf
heretofore entered into between
the parties hereto .and - for such
other, and farther relief as to the
Court may seem just and equit
able. This summons Is published by
order of Hon. L. H. McMahan.
Judge of the abore entitled Court.
The order Is dated October 30,
1926, ' !
Date of first publication Dec.. 8,
Date of last publication Jan. 19,
1927. ..-- HA f
- . ' . SUTLER & JACK.
Address Huite 200, Butler Btdg
. ; Oregon City. Oregon. :
Attorney for plaintiff.
. d8-l-22-2i J5-12-19
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XOTICfe OF HKARIXO OP
, In the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for the County of
In fhe matter Of the estate of
Iewis Fletcher, deceased,
Notice is hereby gireu that the
final account of Kate. "Fletcher,
administrator of the estate of
Lewis Fletcher, deceased, has
been filed in the County Court of
Marion County, Oregon, and that
the 18th day of January, 1927, at
tfre hour Of 10 o'clock a. m.. has
been appointed by said Court for
hearing objections to said . final
account, at which time any per
sons interested in said estate may
appear and fUe. objections thereto
in writing and contest same.
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-.lies -aetninxuj Maj-p.T:f!ip,
nrpn uui luisns., nominally trnai , m
receipt .--. . . ft...
iteadv: Sexi rkarnisc crvmXk- 4He vlr i
tchet fcfcittpf.' trnrk i n 1 ; crtO
ticliwrrd rrtl1lt 3H$e pt Pv4-
wroiirit JUii?r; Prkie whilj HaeV a4
colored ;30(SU; trk.y- a;,
. Onio stMdjr; Wrat l.Ti.5; j
tate te4j; ?1.40(tl.7i ck . ,
VOKTLAXb. JaS. AP) WM
bids : BBH.- kr4 whit. . . J.. r.b.
1.341i! HW, B. rt, ;JB
ferti.n, Mft white, watra
white Jan.. xeb. fl.33; hard nntr Ja.,
rVb. 9l.p2i norThern sprinff Jan., el
1.32 V: wetter red Jan.. Feb. St.3.
Oats, Xo S. 36 no a ad whila fe4 Jan-
Feb.. 34: ditto irray, Jan., Feb. S3i.S0,
HarlT. No. 3, 43 poaod BW. Ja rcb.
$31.50. . - :
Cora. ?. EY abipmeot Ja. f34.bO.
Feb.-S3&-O0; X. 3 KY iktnmeat. J-.
Mil try a . (lands rd uoquota. -
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POETLAVIl' .n '"11 itAP
buxinir pria: Faatern Orotroa . timothy
20S2: tt attey 17i if.50r -haat,
$13; alfaU tlt.Soff?!": oat nor 9f.
cat iu retch fU.SOIJ; straw f7&
T.SO- per Selling pricaa f3 : k toh
-lore. -j-,.- 'i - -J; - . -f. 3-.
CHICAGO Jan-.r lLr (JLP Tit (&a
world a. available MDDir aliOartn H.uv.
0O0 baufceU inrreasa aad witli Cnaola
railroad anMrOM . anDoaaeed, - wheat
roraad owwrd tad at -at the iakt. C'V a-
bur Qaotatiens oa wheat war weak. Me
! 4c net lower. ara attrhanred t-S-8c
air oat BM-aaajrad to l-He down, j
XEW YORK, Jn. 11. AP Cow-
fHaed pried morejnanta rharacterued t
day' atoek" market vita closinj- quota'
tionn irreruiarrr K. Motor ware
freely old ecaaa of tho ; snoaalatltra
dikafipoinlmmi arranioned by tha pIao(nx
p n ft aaaaai oa"ia.-
Jaav: U (AP) Dairy
Exrhanca net Bricoa: Batter, extra 4V
taadarda MSe; pria firtu 4tc; firata
aw. rca. esira 9le; irt 10;, pal
lata 30e; m treat reeTlpt,?8e. . v
v-.. ..: vr .
IrrVACH DElfllfD KEXV - f I
'rOKTLANJ Jaa. 11. AF Dind
Walla Walla .fejtToiBot boos, aufficieat for
me traaet otitst advanred further oa
bm, local -aiartet today. Te sopply of
xvr ai ipoMvo it erjr iiaaitef.. with ht
Mexicaa atorle selUo for 50-4;iO. re-
Pr(11, Aiuvn.in are pjenmui ai
t.0 per doren for Vhe bast.- .
fGo rxxess Daor
M. Jan. !!..(
rORTi.AiI. Jan. Eft
priwfc dropped aa4 todar 4:b beary o
fertnn. , Ultra a were dewaJ to Ble
rat ij( to 0, pullet 3 3i .ad
eurreot reeoiptaSr.to SSe. ; Tradina- ia
'aoeweea'"!aa been ' d MOttionad for tho
oaaoa. i Roreipta were 776 eaea aad i0
aa.wr taka'ot of arortfe. r
""r vere.nade ia batter aiio
tations. -Rroeipt wero poaadaand
pr duct io' 14.43 pounds. Tbora .wero
no huirnr witnarawaia. v- - -.
v. 1cm4 meata and poultry were searee
pieea Tory urtB. k ,
vuj. county.. Arizonar loiiows ap
proximately the route .fed, by the
"ADacho Kid" and hij; band ' of
warriors in raids on white settle
meats in the early So1s.r; : f.) . '. .
, ;Bandon.-Black J aand "gold
plant' for treating 'r beach '-aands
projei effective, la ni. ..
lillUlllill Wtli NLLtU ULU fUBI StblllM
KRAMKR H!UnS iiRSS XGH QX
"HOXFJiT TO OI I-YILKS-
People-who were at tbejFlrst
Baptist church lat night will not
soun forget the message 'of ) Her.
James W. Kramer on ."Hondat-to-(Tod
Folks." -Speaking of Simon
Peter'-"' as an example of an all
found. honest-to-God man. Dr.
Kramer-' denounced hypecrasjr.
kant and littleness in most scath
ing terms. : He paid his respects
to the prevalent styles of dress and
customs that cater to fashion, and
reminded parents that their child
ren would prove to be chjps of the
old block. One f the cardinal
features of Dr. Kramer is that of
kindness." The people laughed
with him. and shouted amen to his
thrusts of truth.
The singing of Frank McCravy
captivates the., audience. They
sing heartily under his leadership.
Old tunes 'and new tsengs t come
with great Joyotl? response.4 His
olo 'work Is exceptionally floe. It
is certain that few men hold such
power of interpretation. For a
number of years .he has beerr one
of the leading artists, in the pro
duction of records for the. largest
recording making firms of the east
Mr.- McCrary is also an entertain
er, and he intersperses the singing
with happy illustration and enter
Tonight Dr. Kramer will speak
on the subject, "Great or Small
Which?" The church was filled
to capacity last evening. In the
afternoon at 4 o'clock there will
be a meeting for the boys and
girla. the "Go-Getters club." The
children come tight after school.
The general public la Invited io
all these meetings. '
I fiita For Breakfast
o-? ; :
Talkfnet "about" scraps I
There are no doubt some hoi
one just' ahead, in the Oregon
But they are hating a scrap on
a major scale in congress, over the
McJfary-Haugen bill for farm re
lief. Yesterday all the great farm
organizations lined up behind thw
bill, and scrapped all the rest -of
the farm relief bills stamped
them, in fact, as phony bills; false
As has been said a number of
timeB in these columns, the Mc-Nar-Haugen
bill is merely 100
per cent compulsory cooperatiop
for major crops having a surplus
for i foreign markets. If it gets
through 'it will hold "water, and
tote; fair; and it looks 'like it is
going to get through. Though it
will, be the largest if not the only
experiment of its kind ever- seen
in (Vis old world. But new things
do not scare the fanners-of the
United States. 'In their present
state, they axe willing to try. any
thVonceJi ; -1 A,::
tyou ftnC.to know, where U
thf.tifw hoe"&re being built 'In
Saitit. that'ftre .doubling the first
of;tnft yearyecbrd of 1924. you
might drive but to the district be-tweetf-Center'
strefet and . (he 5ar-
dhroad, east of Twelfth. That
district '1 breaking out all fover
with i new houses, like a case .of
tMtmasiea; 1hey all ha?e it but
tha -way. And;in nearly all other
direkiona in .Salem,-, too. -1'
A 'BtUe flapper says it doesn't
matter ;"to her. whether men' .like
blcfned better than brunettes, be
caale it an hour or more ahe can
make, up in a way to please any
nAakMlipi taste. i' "
Hindus at Mysore, India, during
religious festival, bowed down
before an automobile instead of
an elephant. A lot of Americans
have' beaten them to it.
' & "to S :
American tourists are estimated
to leave $1,000,000,000 a year lp
Europe, evidence again that. In
theJ words of the old sentimental
songi, money can't buy love. f
irr. Z- i-
, Very few .'can stand prosperity
if it's the other fellow's. 'J
Portland. Gould Battery com
pany lias grown 1000 per cent
since it ' vaa establishedi Port-
Jand: shipped 5,781,208 bushels f
wheat in "September, 25,009,000
pounds prunes in one monthf, and
has had K0 per centain in num
ber bf shipa. '""'!"'
Arlxona, although 14 years old
as a state, has had only tjwo gqv4
ernors: Thomas Campbell, repub
lican and Qorge w. P,
il u r s ,11
u-y,-:)j Wednesday, January 12th .
You never saw niore hustle, more enthusiasm, action and
energy, than there is going on. "behind the scenes" all Jn
anticjpatipn of this
; SALES, FORCE 5
- wiJJ be busy
' ;rctaip:in -And: 5
rpmarjcipij -every J
Foreigners' Warned Not to
Enter Sect io n if Wefl
f Groomed or-With -Women
Reformist organisations admit the
futility of theit efforts to clean
out the deep-sented iniquities of
the famous "Old Port" section of
Marseille. ... . -
'. JSo jtourists penetrate' into the
old-port where to labyrinth lan al
leys, i narrows dark dirtier and
more: sordid than the most squal
id Blum in an American industrial
towri,the riff-raff of the world
white, yellow, brown -but mostly
African black shuffles fartirely.
- Despite an elaborately organiz
ed system of polroe protection
with heavily armed gendarmes, al
ways in pairs or groups, constant
ly circulating in the lanes, thick
with the smells of the lowest form
of dock life and the sounds of ar
tificially merry vice, danger lurks
at every corner after dark.
. Even during the day, there is
danger. Foreigners who pass are
warned not to enter, particularly
if they are. Well dressed or accom
panied by women.. Sometimes,
when curiosity seekers insist, the
policemen allow theiri to pass
through the district, walking sev
eral paces behind them.
See Marseille At Night" tour
ist autobuses steer a safe course,
not coming within a half-mile of
the famous old port. Even
groups of men are kept out on
Saturday nights, when the streets
are packed with sailors -and -soldiers
from all parts of the wprld.
The police point out that it is
the oldest city in Western Europe
and its iniquities are too deep
seated , to be eradicated. . The
number of aggressions nightly is
still very high but the number of
fatalities is much lower than it
was a generation ago when a hu
man life was worth no more than
a few sous.
9V PUOftENCB SMtTK VINCENT m.mm
It is one tfjng to "mean well"
and another to "act well," and of
the two the latter is more import
ant. People with the best intentions
often make the most fatal mis
takes and pay sad penalty.
For. society in judgment occa
sionally accepts the plea of inno
cence and acquits the accused, but
the plea of ignorance never! -
Knojring the right thing to do
3f the right place more frequently
than perhaps may he generally be
realized proves the open sesame
to. success of every sort. t ;. ;
The rough, diamond! How Its
virtues have been-extolled! Cer
tainly, it is true that time and
time igain a man has arisen from
noHiing to-veryth.ing; unlettered
and unaided has made his fortune.
Again the genius! "I am not
aa other men -are,"- he boasts, and
relies upon-his heaven-sent gift to
exempt hira from the trivialtJes
that bind and'the Vules that gov
ern the rest of mankind.""
I I V" J JUL NJ ViS "
I'l jii ii i f ii 1 1 . i 1 1 a
N O TIC E
Thru an error we advertised 1000"
Spring Dresses at $15 each
We Have Only
100 SPRING DRESSES
At $15 Each
Note This error was called to our attention by the
Salem Ad Club
isy iW - IN THE
IN THE WEST
iWliUNlUAl MtJtiXN lISKij tvt l.th. y
.j And the rotifib- diamond and
the "genius" "get away ; with It,"
just so Ions and so far but no
farther. Success brings Its . re
sponsibilities, and ir they have not
fitted themselves to; gracefully
shoulder these, sooner or " later
both pay the price of ill-breeding'.
Xo one in this land of constant
and rhanglns opportunity can af
ford to scorn etiquette.
"In America, all things being
qual, there is no limit to the pro;
gress Its citizens can make, no
barrier they cannot pass if they
have brains, ability, persistency
and" good manners," declares no
less an authority than Anna Steese
Richardson, and goes o nto sayr 1
"The man who handles a trowel
today may be a contractor in five
years, a real estate operator in
ten. The young wife who packed
her husband's lunjeh - - box this
morning may be mistress of a
Long Island estate before her eld
est born enters college."
This being so (and we know it
is, when we stop to think abOut
it), who can tell when the wave
of fortune may lift us to the social
crest where, if good manners and
we are. strangers, we may " find
ourselves floating in the backwash
of embarrassment and failure?
What's the use taking chances
when it is possible to prepare our
selves for all emergencies and
fortify ourselves against' all con
If there is any little t,hing we
don't know we may find it out;
any question about which we have
been in doubt we can clear it up.
or there axe many books in
our libraries which .are coinpila
tios of social usages based on good
taste, good breeding and good
Gossip Venders of Paris
Form Mutual Association
- PARIS, (AP.)-r Writers of the
short sparkling and often indis
creet articles that have a wide
vogue in Paris newspapers under
the caption "Echos." have formed
an association for their mutual
Just what the benefit will be is
left open to doubt, but some com
mentators have pointed out that
numerous duels have resulted
from these anonymous paragraphs
while often' irate readers who con
sidered their dignity or reputation
hurt have gone gunning for the
writers. Nevertheless, the "Echo"
continues one of the greatest
sources ,of newspaper joys to its
' ONLY vapors
i can reach colds
direct. That's why Vicks brings
such quick relief. ' ;j -
; When rubbed on at bedtbrie
it is vaporized by the body heat
and breathed right into the air
At the same time, like a potiK
tice, it "draws out" the sorenessi
2 A mffimj
, Those of you
who wait will
be amply re- :
; warded by the
0pntrRanAT MOSHIHO - - '
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en talk and mai. -.
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i7:s-2:0 K1UR 1 (263). . Uoatemrifa a
boor..-' ' ' v. '
0.41:00 KXLr (400). :Mnie.
3-HO-1.-WO KOIN. ;Sewa.i mui. .. i
t :!--Kr KC. .
00-:OrtKTltK. H'hildren J pmcram.
5-00 .--kFVVV ! 412)- Twilito hoar.
:0O KOIX, 1 Vi Pi Trvr - Tioea.
r WEDNES39AT KIOBT
Ort--':00-KOlS IS1S, Orfran reeltal.
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S -OO-T :rfe-'KfW (41l 1 .1 t oneeru '
b-OO-7-OO-KKW V t't VII. Twilite boar. 5
i.no-7:3KXr. (400Mums.. .
7:tW-7:0 KOfX..f l .VJanfreajeal aosea-
tiona. " . ;, !-...;
70rt-a:Ofl-.KFAVr..; Amuaeaient uho.
7:15-:IW-KFJU I563j hvemair atory.
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8- 00-9 -.00 KEX 4T); iStudio procra.nl.
8 :0-9 :0O--K F WV.i.Strig qaartat. .. .
a:0O-fl:fK) KOIX. : kadio plajera.
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8s-4 3-8;30 JwFJK. adio!;ode ela en
. , urted br Anhley lixon. , -
it :ao-10:30 KTBKi" PUyi by play hockey
me reports from tha Colisenin.
9:00 10:00 KrWV. Sta4'0 nroitram.
o-ftn. ft-mi KOIV. SUodio OKrm.
Lo-oo-lOrOO-KGW. Studio eoacert.
10.00-12:00 KFWV.- Windjammera.
KitO Oaliland 301). o:30. "rot i-
laniv''': K, orchestra; 8. farm prt-
cram: 9-10, male trio.. , '
KlU--Lo- Anaelea (405. S:30, chil-
dren; hoar; 7:30-7:40, lecture j S-lp.
nwa. deluxe proSTam.i
KOA DenTor (422), ;8:3rt, Wyoken.
Jlynkin-: and Nod time ; . 7.' orchestra;
7 :1., stodi program. '
KVA Sao FrapcUco (400), ; 8:80-7:30,
KPWB Hollywood i (3.'2!V . oeeh.-tra :
7. .trd t 'r sraot;. -ii, oiretra and
i:oisU; 10:30-11, frolic' . .
Charge It Open An Account Today
KAFOURY BROS.' ; E
January Clearance Sale
Regular fr: i tf i A
Made of shimmering-,
pink satin, heavy rubber
.sections. Low bust.
Special Clearance Prices
on Silk and Rayon :
v Undergarments -
Every Department In TbisTGreat Store
Offers Special. January Clearance
. , " , .V" Bargains. I','
I ; . "Pan
Kalrnt Rtorfs r
SG-incTt . 27-inch ' ' '
: Outing Flannel , . Outing Flannel
Yard 15c , Yard 12i2c ....
36-inch Daisy ; 27-inch Daisy .
Outing Flannel Outing: Flannel" :
Yard 25c : : Yard 20q
' ' ;- - : ' I . i - -
. ' i ' '. . ' 1 1 1 t
UNDERWEAR BARGAINS V
Childrenfr Heavy Cottonon uiU ; 59c
. Ladies' Wool Union Suits, White
Regular $3.50 Nol.90 y :
Ladies Wool Uriion Suits, Grey
, Regular- $3.25 Now $1.75
, 4 " r Ladies! Union-Suits V . ?
Regular $2.00 Now $1.25
Ladies' Union Suits .
v .-;'fegular, $ 1 ?5GuNoyr 8,5c . :
,- , LadiesNTwbPiece Underwear '
: :-r:; 25cV 50c, 75csij.oo i -;
Children's Wool Union Suits, long sleeves,
anlde length, sizes 10 to 16, sale price 51.25
: ' Dr? Denton's Sleeping Garments
Sizes 1 , 2 ;;.t;;lS0cSizes 3t4, 5.:.01.10
Sizeo 6;f7 ...;.pl.25 iSize 8fr uv.0135
"''-'. , ; . . ' . ' - f
240fc;jLnd 246 Ndrtli Ccnercxal Street
KFWO Avaloa (211). C:30, oreltAstra
aad rebroadeatta ; 8-11, atodio procran
KNX--HllywMl (337). 5;30, rcheftra;
r S. Town.TattleT; :3Q, reaeatfa; 7-11,
studio prorram: 1, oreha&tra.-
KTIU Ko Aoaelea (894). 7:15. -ea.i
ilren'a u roe ram : S-9. reliriou lctui.
KOWW WaU Walla (283 . 7, tervi,
kour: S'lO." atodlo prom-am. " -
KI.X Oaktand (50. -:9, orhetr4;
' 7, now; 8. edueational proeram; 9 m,
Ktndio- prorram. -f - ,-,-..
KPSV Pasadena (31S: S-7. news ua
KOAC lerrtuw t3. eaueatjutai
- and moM-ai proimrm. - ?
KFSO- San Picito (245). ,7, health
7:1S-1J. stwdio prorom..
KWW-I'uliman (449)... :30-9j edui-aflr
nI musical proeram.
rVltV-tVoneoorer (291)10. orrheMra
KFSt Ios Anrelev (274). :3'H. .ne-
lua hour; !7:SO-:30. revival nerviot.
KJR SoattU 38), 6. tine i:na!s nd
newai'ti4-7:lS; orchestra; H-10. st.
dio proeram; 10-11. orchestra.
rFCT Victoria (329), 8, studio procra
f KHQ -Spokane (394). tifi0 j,ro;
cram 9-10, rebroadcaat -of KGW.
. The makers of , carnival hata
say that, after Valentino's death,
public ' taste swung from ' sheik,
turbans to Ben Turpln derbies for
fancy dress parties. J
. , Ireland's .eiectrjeity consump
tion Is described -as amone . th
lowest in ICurope. The total output
does not exceed 100,000,000 units.
" Caviey's Ciuaranteftl .
Money refanded if it does not
y; .- - cure your case"
NELSON & HUNT
-j- : i tntaiMts ;;
Cor. Court ami Ubt i ty . ; Tel. 7
Girdles and Corsel-
ettes, very b
date by buy-
Corsets, Laceback and
i Wrap Arounds
Splendid values, mer
cerized '-' pink brocade
materials, s pi e xt did
wearing Qualities. , "
$350 vaL Clearance 2.98
$250 Vat Clearance 1.98 '
Portland SUk Store
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