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OKEGOXrAX. FRIDAY,' XOTEHBER
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UHWHITTEH LAW OF
ONLY TWO WOMEN IK CHE HALTS POWDES MILL FIRE WHO
SILVERFIELD'S ECONOMY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EXTRA SPECIALS
Reliable Quality Furs
You Trill save money by purchasing your Furs from the manufacturer.
"Why? Because we buy the skins in the raw state from the trapper; that
is why we can sell them cheaper. Every Fur turned out of our factory
is 'guaranteed to be just as represented. Every style is exclusive, has
character, individuality and refinement. Visit this department before
buying your Furs. Fourth floor. Send for Free Style Book.
Roosevelt Says It Is Wicked
to Make Treaties on Is
sues of Honor.
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FORCE FIRST ESSENTIAL
to War IVtwrcn Italy and Tor-
key. Colonel rtrlltTr ITumanlty
Will Be SrrTrd Brst by De
feat of Ottoman Empire.
NEW TORK. Xor. I. Theodore)
F.ooseelt has an article- on "Arbttrsv
tlrni. Pretense n. Reality" In the cur
rent number of The outlook. It says
"Surely, the real friend of peace In
thia country ought to b able to profit
by the event that have happened In
i h;r.a and in the Mediterranean darln
t h mm very Kail month, aince the ar
bitration treaty was considered In the
-As for the war between Italy and
Turkey ! am not now concerned with
it. M..I iutlflratlon. Personally,
1 believe that It Is In the Interest of
humanity that Tripoli should fall under
Kuropen control. Just aa It la In the
Interest of humanity that Morocco o
fall: that It ha been of Immeas
urable benef.t to mankind, and
uecl.illr to AlKerlan and Egyptian
mankind. that Aleerla and Kgypt
rmu:d fill un.lMr the control of France
and of Knsrland.
Pawf Treatlee" I eelr.w.
-But thin I not the point. The point
Is that this war prove the utter Inef
ficiency of tier treatlea when th"y
are unbacked by force: the utter folly
of those who believe raat thee paper
treaties acrnmplNh any ueful rurpoae
n the pr-ni stage of the world a oe-
il iKn'tit nhen mere I no force be-
hm.l them; and. finally, not merely the
f-liy but the Iniquity of malting
tr-atles which thce ! no real Inten
t...n of putuna Into effect.
-Turkey treatlea with varloua
F.uropen power explicitly iruarantee
hrr Integrity and on the mere teccnicai
l.galiti- of the cae no court of arbi
tration In the world could possibly de
lare in any other way than aa aaalnat
Italy and for Turkey If the ca at is
ue Mveso thetn were brought to ar
h:trattoo. -It would be not merely foolish, but
wlcijed. for u aa a Nation to agree to
arbitrate any dispute that affect our
vital Interent or our Independence or
our honr. because uch an agreement
would amount on our part to a cove
rant to abandon duty, to an agreement
to surrender the right of th American
lei.le about unknomn matter at un
known times In the future.
Beta Alternatives Wlrked.
"Such an agreement would be wicked
f kert and yet to break It It un
loutitrdly would be broken If the oc
ii.!nn ari.s would be only lee
ii-fl than ketxlr- It. A elf-ee-cutmt
arbitration treaty of such a kind
ra: not be devised, simply because no
u.ti treaty that can be devtaed will
execute ltelf. or will or ought to be
executed by the nation la time oi
-If aa a people we wtah to make a
crauini advance we should agree
.;.f.n;tely to submit to arbitration all
n .-i u:a t!-at dj not Involve the vital
mter-st. the Independence or honor of
the Nation and we should at the i
time make provision which will tend
1 1 1 hring about a pacific solution of all
ilM;iu.r njt covered by the treaty.
T. this end a provision should be
In.-erte.l In such treaty that If either
party to It rUlm that a dispute In
nles Its vital Intereeta. It Independ
ent or It honor, then (always pro
.Jcl that neither party takes a poal-f-n
that necessitates Immediate action
t.v the other! on the request of either
parry, all questions of fact and all
i.v.t..ns of law Involved In the dis
pute shall be referred to arbitrator,
who shall have no power to decide the
dispute, but shall be authorised to
pa?s on the controversy aa to question
of fact and of law. and to recommend
such adjustment of the dlapute a they
n ay deem Just and honorable to both
trie-- contracting nations."
AIRSHIP CARRIES ROYALTY
K.miteror'a Family Files F"roiu Jo
hn nn 1st hal to rotilam.
PFPLIN. Nov. 1. Count Zeppelln'a
dirigible balloon Schwaben II today
took up a royal party. Including Prince
Ai.KUt William and the Prlncesa.
rrinc Kite! Krlederlch. Oscar and
Jo u-hlm. sona t-f the Kmperor; Prince
Frederick Leopold of Prussia, Prince
f.eorse of Greece, the Minister of the
Interior and Vlce-Chancedlor lelbrueck
and the Prussian Minister et Stale.
1 aul Von llreitenbach.
The airship cruised from Johan
n!thal to Potsdam, where It hovered
over the royal p.nlnce.
SCIENTIFIC WORK - IS AID
Oer.t!nud from First Taf )
waa done, the report set forth, wlth
..'i a.Te.-tini the pay of the employe
or re ifilrinic st-ccla! eertlon by them.
i;er.er.l roii r insists that the em-r-!-e
at one of the other arsenal
,pr.Mr meaning liock Island . -who
have protested against the eztenalon
of the "Taylor system" to that place,
are under an erroneous conception of
the plan. They have been urged to
usill the practical trial of the method,
atit uodn esajis s.i'rT aat7ojk- isiauep
lontentlon that, while further marked
economies to the Government will re
sult, the adoption of the vtem win
be accompanied by Increased pay and
i-on.l'.tlon generally aatlsfactory to the
employe, as demonstrated by actual
eaperience In shops In which the sys
tem has been operated.
The report furtasr declares that "o
foreiMy have these clalma been demon
strated that they cannot be d.srecard
ed by an administrative officer honest
tv desirous of serving the interests of
woKKsrrs fxtfii objection
link I-l.-ind Machinists Threaten
Mrike Over w System.
P VVLXf'RT. la.. Nov. J A repre
senta'ive of the machinists of the
Kock Island arsenal la In Waehtnrton
row to protest aicaU.st the adoption
cf the Tavl..-r svstem at the arsenal.
The men l-.e'd a mas meeting In
rrenport last Winter and. It I said,
.leeid'd t strike If the Taylor system
rssre adopted. Pressure was brought
to Hear at the time to postpone the
application et the systsm to the local
VICTIMS ARE YOUNG
Girls Killed In Chehalis Disas
ter Are in 'Teens.
COMPANY IS EXONERATED
Coroner's Jury, After Thorough In
Testlcation, Finds That Every
Precaution Was Taken Girls
Die Paring Their Wrapa.
troBttnusd from First Page
to safeguard them at their homes, was
told by Superintendent Bedler.
Eva Zavalosek, the only girl of those
at the packing bench to escape from
the building, declared that the other
girls must hav had the same chance
to escape that shs bad. All employes
who testified swore to the rigid en
forcement of the rules for their pro
tection. Flaen Follows aarlu
reputy Plstrlct Attorney Bishop al
lowed the greatest latitude In the ex
amination In order fully to satisfy the
many relatives of victims, and called
for any voluntary evidence that would
throw light on the tragedy.
All that F. X. Hull. W. Combs and
Eva Zavalosek could testify to aa to
how the Are started waa that they
first saw a spark, which was followed
so quickly by ths flash that they all
were blown by Us force from the
Nothing sensational developed at any
time, all ths evidence going to show
that the firs was wholly unexplalnable.
p. A. Hull, one of the witnesses, told
of having been hurled through a dis
tant door and entirely through a box
car, of which both doors were open,
landing 10 feet on ths other side.
The Jury waa out only a few mtn
Five te Lie Toselker.
Funeral arrangements are under
way and burial of five of the girls,
Eva GUmore. Vera Mu'.ford. Bertha
Crown, Eadle Westfall and Bertha Hi-
gle will be held Saturday afternoon
at the Methodist Church. All five will
be burled In one grave.
Ethel Tharp's funeral will be held
Sunday at the Christian Church. Ar
rangements for the burial of TUUe
Rosebacb and Mrs. Ethel Henry have
not been completed yet.
An early report that other bodies had
been found In the wreck of ths factory
turned out to be untrue. The finding
of two skull and some human bones In
the ashe gave rise to ths rumor, but
It waa found that they were from
bodies that had been hastily taken
from the fire last night.
YletJsaa fttiu tn Teena.
Lending added pathos to the deatha
of the eight young women was the
fact that most of them were glrla. not
eut of their teen. One was to rave
been married In a few days. Another.
Vera Mulford. waa enly 14 years old.
Mr. Ethel Henry left a babe seven
Bertha Crown, who died after being
taken from the building still alive, was
ony It year old. She and little Vera
Mulford were chum who were Insep
arable. Tillle Kosebach waa IS year old. and
Cures all humors, catarrh airi
i-heumatism, relieves that tired
feelin?. restores the appetite.
cures . paleness, nervousness,
builds up the whole system.
More than 40.000 testimonials
received in two years an unpar-
lleled record are the hroad and
solid foundation for this claim.
Get It today In usual liquid form or
chocolated tableta called baraatabo.
si ' ' .
her sweetheart was on his way from
Virrlnla to make her hi bride.
Sadie Wcstfall was 1 years old. Like
most of the other victims, she had been
working for the Imperial Powder Com
pany only two or three weeks.
Girl Rapports Motker.
Eva GUmore. 17 years old, had been
st work only five days.
Bertha Hagle. 17 years old, supported
her mother. Mrs. M. M. White. She and
her mother were to have left for Cali
fornia In a few daya to malts their
home with her sister there.
Ethel Tharp. 10 years old. had lived
In Chehalla all her Ufa She, too, had
been working only three week.
Victor I Bodler. superintendent of
the plant and Inventor of the powder,
made the follomlng statement today:
"I bad Juat started from the packing
room into a boxcar on the aiding, which
was about two-thirds loaded with pow
der, to check It up. I was opposite ths
door of the car when the f,aah occurred.
I waa aent headlong through the car
and lit on the ground about 10 feet
away. As there was no exploalon I
supposed everyone had safely reached
the outside. Aa eoon as I could I tried
to get the other men to return and
movs the car out of danger, and It
waa then I learned that soms of the
girls had not eacaped.
Eodlea by Wrist.
-One thing which struck me forcibly
waa the fact that the bodies of all ths
victims wsrs found near where their
wraps were hung. The lunch pall of
one of the glrla was by ber body. This
leada mo to believe that when the flash
occurred the girls all ruabed for their
wrapa. while the men ran for the doora,
of which there were three, all eaatly
acceaaible to thoss lnslds ths building
where the Are broke out.
"We expect to rebuild the plant Im
mediately. There was no Inaurancs
and our loss will be from 112.000 to
PARENTS TO RECEIVE PENSION
$20 Monthly to Be Paid Dependents
on Chehalis Girl Victim.
OLTMPIA. Waah.. Nov. 2. (Special.)
As to whether $4000 la to be paid
on tho death of each minor under the
new 'Industrial Inaurancs commission
law Is a point that has been rataed as
the result of the burning of the Im
perial Powder plant, at Chehalla.. In
which eight young clrls lost their
As, yet neither commission nor the
Attorney-General's office has ruled
whether parents of minora are to be
paid a pension of 120 a month, after
the death of such person, until the
victim would have reached ths age of
21. or whether $4000 has to be set aside
THE EYE LIKE
The eye is constructed so won
derfully and ingeniously that the
handicraft of man has as yet not
been able to construct as delicate
an instrument. It is like a cam
era the lens to focus, the lid as
a shutter, the iris or color as the
diaphrajrm. the thick eoatings of
the eyeball as the darkroom, the
nerve as the sensitive plate, and,
strange as it may seem, the im
ages are bottom eide up, exactly
as the image in the camera. Now,
so delicate and sensitive an organ
as the eye should have pd care.
Let us explain more fully to you
how to care for the eyes.
Slost people cannot afford to
pay high prices for their glasses,
yet they should have the very best
of good work, and here is where
we can serve such people.
SECOND FLOUR fORBETT BLDG.
FIFTH AM) MOHKISOX.
h mm0t ft
OFF NECKWEAR 14 OFF UNDERWEAR V OFF HANDBAGS 14 OFF JEWELRY
25c Hosiery at
Children's Mack or tan Hose; our
regular 25c grade; in heavy or
lirht weight lisle; econ- q
omy sale special at only 'C
for each death. Informally attorneys
say the state Is liable only for the pen
sion, otherwise the Chehalla accident
would cost the powdermakers of the
Realty Man Arrested.
KXJLMATH FALLS. Or.. Nov. 1.
(Special.) Bernard Sits, a former real
estate dealer of Lakevlew. now of Wil
low Ranch. Cel.. Is to be tried In
Bakersneld. Cal., November 10 on
charge of forgery, obtaining money
uniler false pretenses and uslns; the
sings exclusively for
built in horn machine.
The horn is SEPA
RATE from the
motor. The sound
waves are not cut up
and interfered with by
the revolving motor.
A perfect Talking
371 Washington St.
Cat ! oaaiM d pjesaoVsk TWstsdssss"
Small PilL SsaaJI Deee. Small Prissj
Genuine sb-r bignaiure
' 1 af fwVFIewH
Women of Portland should take advantage of this great inducement.
Every Suit, Coat, Dress, Waist, Sweater and Raincoat is included in
this big discount sale. Every new creation, every new style, and in a
great range of patterns and colorings. This sale is for' Friday and Sat
urday only. Your choice of the entire stock at .1-3 OFF
ALL TRIMMED MILLINERY
PLUMES AND TRIMMINGS
.entire ouiottiq cor ioutu
LSADJVO SPECIALTY ffOlSE
malls to defraud. Sltz. It Is asserted,
had been doing- business under the
name of "the Trl-Stata Land Company,
and was selling lands at Bakorafleld.
It Is said that he so operated aa to
make supposed sales of land to people
who would later learn that the title
I sell the finest $3.00
to $6.00 value
WE FILL MAIL ORDERS
Rooms 600-601 Sixth Floor Oregonian Bldg.
Branch 150 Third, Upstairs, Opp. Skidmore Diug Co.
SAGE TEA, USED BY OUR GRAND
filQTHERS TO DARKEN THE HAIR
Restores Gray Hair to Natural
Color, Stops It From Coming
Out and Makes It Grow.
It 1 easier to preserve the color of the
balr than to restore it. although It is
possible to do both. Our srrandmothers
understood the secret. They made a
seaa tea." and their dark, glossy hair
Ions; after middle life was due to this
fact. Our mothers have gray hairs be
fore they sre fifty, but they are beginning-
to appreciate the vision of our
grandmothers in using- "sage tea" for
their hair and are fast following; suit.
Ths present generation has the ad
SUITS, COATS, WAISTS,
SKIRTS and SWEATERS
" rirr norm
FOR LADIES MISSES OtrLDRE
was absolutely void and that Sits had
no authority to deal the property.
lst year Canada paid out $18,511,831 In
subsidies and subdivisions, ot which II.
739.873 went for mall subsidies and ateam-
I sell the finest $3.00
- to $6.00 value
vantage of the past In that It can get a
ready-to-use preparation called Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy. As a
scalp tonic and color restorer this
preparation Is vastly superior to the
ordinary "sage tea" made by our
This remedy is eold under guarantee
that the money will be refunded If it
fails to do exactly as represented.
If your hair Is losing color or coming
out. start using Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur today, and see what a change it
will make in a few days' time.
This preparation Is offered to the
public at fifty cents a bottle, and is
recommended and sold by all druggists.
Special agent. Owl Drag Co.
25c Hosiery at
Women's fast black lisle Hose, in.
fine lisle, plain or ribbed and
split foot ; our regular 25e q
grade; special for this sale ivC
DON'T READ THIS
Unless YOU ars interested in mRklng
money. Do OU want to get out or that
same old rut and grind you havs been do
ing for years? IF YOU DO. then read the
Rliht here In the heart of Oregon Is a
rising young town that is growing rapidly
and ut a very -hort time will be a large
city. Surrounding this growing city irn-y
have the wheat llelds of Minnesota, tne !me
forests of Michigan, the lvater power of
Niagara and the irrigated lands of Wash
ington. Besides Deing the terminal oi two
large railway systems where they have
their sards, shops, roundhouse and union
Here Is the opportunity that you have
teen looking for. the same opportunity that
the wealthy people of Portland, Seattle and
Bpokane took advantage of when these
cities were the came size that BEND Is to
day. Can you afford to miss this chance
to make a small but safe Investment 7
Three blocks from the Union Dtpot we are
selling close-in residence and businass lots.
60x140, at an average price of
Terms flO per month.
For free map and photographs of BEND
and Central Oregon, call on or write
The Newloia-Koller Co.
aoi-BOs Buchanan Bldg., 86H Waah. St.
THE OLD WAY
Maker Dealer Customer
THE MODERN WAY
The latter is tho Bush & Lane
method. Direct from factory to
yon. No middleman's profits,
no dealer's profits.
Ton really buy as av dealer
buys. That 's why $195 will bay '
a piano here that will cost you
$275 in the regular stores.
Ask about our new payment
Rnflnsr Tttndlnc and Blank Book MattBg.
phone Main 6201. A 2261.
Portland Printing House Co.
j. l. Wriffbt. Pre, and Gen- M-ntfr.
Book) CBtafKue mud Commercial
Tentn and Taylor ferta,. Foreland. Oregoa,
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