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TTTE MOTIXIXO OTtEGOXTAX ""V- JANUARY 19, 1913.
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Grand Jury in Indianapolis
Considers Acts of Caplan
DETECTIVE IS EXAMINED
3lan Who Traced McManlgal for
Months Before Arrest Testifies
to Confessions Open Sho
Contractor Is Witness.
INDIANAPOLIS. Jan. II. Edward
Jlllltr, a carpenter and organiser (or
the California Building Trades Coun
cil, of Los Angeles. In the eTfort to
unionise the trades of that city before
the blowing up of the Los Angeles
Times building, was a witness before
the Federal grand jury In Iho dyna
mite consolrary inuulry today.
The appearance here of Miller, who
was subpenaed from his homo In Ohio,
led to the belief that although M. A.
Schmidt and David Caplan have been
Indicted on the Pacific Coast for com
plicity In the dynamite cases, their
actions are to be considered In the
present Investigation. Schmidt and
Caplan. who have not been captured,
are charged with having taken a prom
inent part In procuring the explosives
for the Times disaster and for ex
plosions at Seattle and Oakland. Be
fore tha arrest of the McNamaras.
Schmidt wss known aa "Leonard" and
Caplan as "Morris."
Malcolm McLaren, a detective, who
-picked up the trail" of Ortle Mc
Manlgal and the McXamaras In Indi
anapolis In November. 1910. several
months before their arrest, and who
has been In charge of McManlgal. also
was a witness. He was called to tes
tify concerning various verbal confes
sions made to him by McManlgal. ,
Albert von Sprecklesen. a contractor,
who employed men on an "open shop"
basis In Indianapolis In 1909. when
four of Ms placea were blown up, was
questioned about conditions here when
J. J. McNamara was sending his "dyna
mite crew" over the country.
J CRY TO INSPECT BASEMENT
Defense In Conner Case lias 80
More Witnesses to Call.
LOS ANGELES. Jan. It. Arrange
ments for toe Jury In the trial of Bert
11. Connors, charged with having con
spired to dynamite tha County Hall of
Records, to visit the basement of the
Los Angelea labor temple, where the
defendant waa alleged to have exhib
ited two sticks of dynamite to Joseph
B. Bishop, a county detective, were
made today. The trip waa planned for
This step waa taken after the hear
ing of testimony tending to discredit
Bishop and J. Maneell Parks, another
detective, who had given damaging
testimony against the defendant.
The defense announced that It would
not finish Ita vtdence for several days,
as It bad about 10 more witnesses to
summon. Tbey would come from Texas.
Louisiana and Colorado. It was said,
and would give evidence concerning
FRUIT SALES COMBINE HIT
Plan Doomed to Failure la Opinion
in Hood River.
HOOD RIVER. Or- Jan. II. (Spe
cial.) The plan ef combining the aalea
agencies of the "Big Four" fruit dis
tricts of the Northwest, as outlined by
K. S. Miller, manager of the .Rogue
River Association, will be a failure.
The growers of Wenatchee have re
fused to Join the other districts In the
plan, and while the members of the
committee C. H. Sproat. O. L. Walter.
P. S. Davidson. J. E. Ferguson and A.
I. Mason who Investigated the North
west Fruit Exchange Friday, refuse to
give out any statement as to their find
ings, there fs a strong local sentiment
opposed to the plan.
"Our conference with the managers
ef the Northwest Fruit Exchange." said
Mr. Sproat. "baa resulted In no change
whatever In the situation. We have
made no move toward affiliation, amal
gamation with or purchase of the con
trolling stock In the selling; agency.
Our action here rests entirely with the
vote ef the directors at the mass meet
ing to be held a week from Saturday
at the Commercial Club."
NEW CHARTER PROPOSED
Klamath Falls Officials Find Year
Old Instrument Unwieldy.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or.. Jan. II.
(Special.) Tiring of the city charter,
the Beard of Councilman of Klamath
Falls have decided that the city should
have a broader and better one. The
present governing Instrument was en
acted lass than a year ago, having been
tn effect since May 21. 1910. but has
been a source of dissatisfaction almost
from Ita inception.
Fred T. Sanderson. Mayor, and Hor
ace M.' Manning. City Attorney, with
one other member of the Council, will
undertake to provide tbe city with a
The matters of saloon licenses, bond
sales and limit of city Indebtedness
have been the principal causes of dissatisfaction.
MEDFORD TAX LEVY MADE
County Court Triable to Wait for
Supreme Court In Bond Cat.
MEDFORD. Or.. Jan. II. (Special.)
L'nable to wait longer for the decision
of the Supreme Court regarding the
1.500.000 bond Issue for good roads,
the County Court has made public tbe
following 11 mill tax levy for 1912:
M mills state tax 110.1 S 11 I
1 mills county schools and library. ;,i w
OS milH county hlh school fund.. 11.471 I
S4 mill Afthland armory. exprl-
meat station county fair I0OO0 '
l. mills currant txpratrt 7-u'0
4.0 mills roads 1 j oo
ance. the seventh annual convention of
the Pacific Northwest Hardware and
Implement Association opened yester
day. That the association Is unalter
ably opposed to parcels post was msde
plain by President C E. Max, when he
delivered his annual address.
"Many of onr lawmakers do not know
that tbe retail mercbanta are opposed
to parcels post for the reason that
they have not been told so by the mer
chants themselvea The association haa
been faithful to our cause, but there
Is danger that these efforts may come
to naught If It Is not brought forcibly
to tbe attention of our statesmen that
the dealers themselves do not wsnt
parcels post. The entire scheme Is so
deeply laid as to cover up the real Im
port of the measure that of tbe en
largement of the combinations operat
ing the large businesses of our large
cities to the detriment of the small
dealer, who Is such a prominent factor
In the upbuilding of our rural com
munities, upon whom the vendor of
the catalogue seeks to thrive. It is
to be hoped that In the name of right
and Justice this measure eventually
will be defeated, but It will take every
forc at our command to prevent auch
a bill from being enacted."
THIBET DEEP IN BLOOD
WORLD WILL BE SHOCKED IF
WHOLE TRUTH IS TOLD.
Missionary, Home After Perilous
Journey, Says Pillagers Make
Excuse of Revolution.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. It. J. C
Ogden. a Christian Church missionary,
of Los Angeles, arrived in San Fran
cisco today with his wife, and child,
after a desperate 1000-mile Journey
through the wilds of China and Thibet.
In which all three narrowly escaped
with their Uvea,
The missionary and his wife were
compelled literally to wade through
blood In the Journey from Batang,
Thibet, to the French province of Tong
Klng. China. They arrived today on
the Japaneae liner Nippon Man.
"The story of the laolated provinces
In Northern China Is one that will
shock the world, when It Is told." said
Ogden. "'I waa aent to Thibet six years
a c,o as a missionary. The warlike
Thibetans have taken up arms and are
using the revolution In China as an
excuse for plundering and pillaging.
There la far more to be feared, as far
as the missionaries are concerned, from
the Thibetans than there Is from the
Msnchus and Chinese.
"The border between China and
Thibet is overrun with wild and law
Ogden traveled with his wife and
little boy the entire distance. Tbe
child is a year old and In delicate
HEIRS 1ST TAKE LESS
WEALTHY TVOMAX BEQUEATHS
MORE THAX SHE HAS.
One of Beneficiaries Will Fight for
Full Amount, Not Content With
81.7 Per Cent.
SACRAMENTO. CaL. Jan. II. The
unusual situation of a woman, owner
of a large estate, who made bequests In
her will which exceed the value of the
estate and which will necessitate pay
ment to the heirs and beneficiaries
under the will of only 19.7 'cents on the
dollar, has been brought to light In the
petition for distribution filed In tbe
t:9.000 estate of the late Mrs. Florence
A. Coleman, widow of W. P. Coleman,
a Sacramento real estate man.
Accordingly, the bequests made to
the pro-Cathedral of Bacramento, the
Ed scopal Church or Moouiana. me
Protestant Orphan Asylum, the
Toung Women's Christian Association
and the Tuesday Clubhouse Associa
tion will have to be trimmed thous
ands of dollars.
The Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Children has employed an
attorney to fight for tbe full amount
of Its $7000 leeacy. J. M. Henderson.
Jr.. banker, and Alexander Gordon.
State Railroad Commissioner, are the
HAROLD A. WILKINS WEDS
Bride Travels From Kentucky,
Meets Attorney at Hood River.
HOOD RIVER. Or.. Jan. II. (Spe
cial.) As the happy ending of a col
lege romance, when both were stu
dents at the University of Michigan at
Ann Arbor. Harold A. Wilklns, a young
attorney, of Portland, was married
Tuesday eight at the home of his
aunt. Mrs. V. C. Brock, to Miss Grace
Court Campbell, of Louisville, Ky. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. A.
Harris, pastor of the Congregational
Miss Campbell arrived here Monday
night and was met here by Mr. Wll
klns. After a wedding dinner at the
Brock home, the young couple left for
a short visit with relatives In The
Dalles, before going to Portland to
make their home.
The bridegroom Is a graduate of
Oregon Agricultural College. After
having taken his degree there he
studied law at Ann Arbor, graduating
with the class of '10. He was a popu
lar member of the different musical
clubs of the Michigan Institution as
well as a member of the famed Rocky
Total. 11 mills 411.So
PARCELS POST IS OPPOSED
Pacific Northwest Hardware and
Implement Dealers May Act.
SPOKANE. Wash, Jsn. II. (Spe
cial.) With a large first-day attend-
LAND OFFICE LINE STAYS
Wild Rumors Fail to Dislodge 43
Seekers for TIcIon Filings.
NORTH YAKLM A. Wash.. Jan. II.
A rumor from Washington that the
land under the third unit of the Tleton
rroject will be restored to entry un
der some sort of drawing system, has
no effect upon the 45 men and women
who have been In line before the door
of tbe United States Land Office since
the day after Christmas. They aay
that an official statement to this ef
fect from the Department of the In
terior will receive their consideration,
but they believe that the rumors that
came from Washington are Intended
only to break up the line. There Is a
belief among others, however, that the
lottery system will be used here, with
due precaution taken by the Govern
ment to assure tbe people throughout
the country that the number of acres
to be restored Is very small, and that
upon considerable of tbe land prefer
ence lights have been established.
That haa been thoroughly overhauled la
the shops of Sherman. Clay Co. Is
Invariably a better piano at Its price
than a cheap new one offered elsewhere
Investigate Easy terma Morrison at
Man Denounced as Being in
"Grasp of Capitalists" Is
Leader in Voting.
SOCIALISTS ARE BEATEN f
By Vote of SIS to 15S Convention
Refuses to Commit Organization
to Party Secession From
NOW EIGHTEEN STORES
ON THE PACIFIC COAST
INDIANAPOLIS. Jan. II. Attacked
in a resolution before the convention
of the United Mine Workers of America
a "labor leader In the ri- e .-
capitalists." John Mitchell, ex-presldent
of the organization, received mnr O
.k . ... . L V
...in njr omer candidate for dele-
Bate to the American Federation of
Labor, according to the report of the
tellers of the miners' convention today.
Mitchell will appear before the com
mittee to defend his advocacy of the
National Civic Federation, from which
he resigned, last year in compliance
with a resolution adopted by the miners'
convention at Columbus, and the as
sembly voted today to pay the expenses
of his trip to this city.
j-te nas declared that the Columbus
convention was "packed" against him.
Serialises Is Rejected.
The convention, by the decisive vote
of 61S to 155, refused to adopt a reso
lution committing the organization to
the Socialist party, and approved the
sub-measure of the resolutions commit
tee declaring It would- be well If work
ers would unlto In the "political as well
as the Industrial fields."
The resolutions committee had re
ported that it would be unconstitu
tional for the United Mine Workers to
Indorse any political party.
Socialists in the convention, after
succeeding yesterday In putting It on
record favoring "Government owner
ship of all industrles."i had determined
overnight It would bd prejudicial to
their cause to press today the resolu
tion Indorsing the Socialist party as
the political party of the laboring class.
"We decided." said John C. Walker,
president of the Illinois Miners and a
Socialist leader, "that it would be Im
politic at this time for the convention
to attempt to bind the 300.000 miners
In the United Mine Workers' Union to
the Socialist party. Republican and
Democratlo delegates expressed resent
ment against our campaign and we
have no purpose to antagonize them."
White Selected President.
When the tellers' report of the
miners' election was read today, it
made known that John P. White had
been re-elected president by a majority
of 45.424 H over Thomas L, Lewis, and
that Mitchell had received 107,487 votes
for' delegate to the American Federa
tion of Labor. Of the six other dele
gates chosen. President White received
tbe highest vote, 91,106.
Antagonists of Mitchell. Samuel
Gompers. the American Federation of
Labor and the National Civic Federa
tion failed In an effort to bring about
secession of the miners' union from
the Federation of Labor, but they prom
ised to renew the attack when Mitchell
addressed the convention. They charge
that leaders of the Federation of Labor
are not representing the interests of
Ex-President Lewis, leader In the
campaign against Mitchell, declared In
a speech after the announcement of
defeat of his candidacy for president:
"Whatever service I enter I shall not
receive wsges from employers of labor
and s(ay In this organization. I shall
not pretend to be a United Mine Worker
In one sense and be something else In
Old Age Pension Indorsed.
A bill providing for old age pensions
for men and women past CO years. In
troduced In Congress by the Socialist
Representative from Wisconsin. Victor
L. Berger, waa Indorsed and an Invita
tion to Berger to come to Indianapolis
to address the convention was given.
Five hundred dollars was appropri
ated for the relief of the families of
five miners killed in an explosion at
Central City, Kan. An equal amount
was donated to 'the fund of the strik
ing Buttonmakers' Union at Muscatine,
A resolution providing for secession
from the American Federation of Labor
and charging that Samuel Gompers,
John Mitchell and other labor leaders
were "In the grasp of the capitalist
class through the Influence of the Na
tional Civic Federation," was defeated.
The convention adopted Instead a
resolution Instructing the miners' dele
gates to the next meeting of the Feder
ation of Labor to urge the organiza
tion of workers by Industries. Instead
of by separate crafts, and general co
operation of unions In strikes.
at Half Price
Your Postcards could
not be better displayed
or protected than in an
album. JJere 's y o n r
chance to secure two for
the price of one. Two
Tbe 50c ones now 25 C
1 ie 25c ones
The best protection for
your kodak pictures Is a
kodak album. These that
have Just come In are
bound In the best way.
Each album stamped
" Photographs " In gold.
The 35c Albums OQ-
now at aCOC
The 50o Albums OQ
now at 7.
The 75e Albums (Zin
now at JJK
MEAN A GREAT DEAL TO YOU
These two ouallrles, together vrttk. prlee-lownesa, a. , nnparalle led drug
who aas dTieHZeVda t. supply Alonot afford ie overlook .neb a """ri -' " "
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White Pine and
Thousands proclaim the
effectiveness of this uni
versal remedy for coughs,
colds, hoarseness, etc.
You will after trying it.
The large 50c bot- OQ
ties, special, only'''
Large 2-ounee stick 104
Three sticks for. . .25
IMPORTANT THAT YOU NOTE THESE FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY CUl-KAit. artciALo
Manicure Sticks, spe
cial at 6 for
Physicians1 and Surgeons'
Soap; always lath-
Styptic Pencils to y
stop bleeding cuts. . .
Blue Jay Corn Plasters,
the 15c size, special
Zymole Trokeys at 1 O
low price of A
Hess' Clown Vhite, 1 gc
Antikamnia Tab- 1 C.
lets, box 1 doz
3-in-l Oil, for cleaning and
polishing; the 25c J
Celery King Tea,
special at -
Satinola Shoe Polish,
complete, paste 1 7
and liquid A f
Benetol, the new antisep
tic germicide, at
Pills, special at,
Jergens' Soap, regular
25c box of three 1 Q
Crown Lavender Salts
for headaches, at Ol .
Piver's Vegetal in CQ.
r, at vv
Murine, the widely adver
tised eye tonic, at 23c
Cotton, a full lb.
and absorbent .. . ,
Pape's Diapepsin, JCtn
in tablet form
Graves' Too thQI .
Pn-W. riOc. size. . l il
Malted Milk, Hor
Pinex, the advertised
Home Cough Rem- OO
edy, at OsJC
Vilane, the antisep- OO-
tic powder, at
Bird Manna, for your
singing birds, twoOC
Sweet Violet Line
Fine Toilet Preparations
Toilet Soap at 25
Talcum Powder at..25
Cold Cream at 50
This regular $1.00 Com
bination, together with
metal soap box,
Try the "Owl's"
It's an excellent rem
edy for hard or soft
corns, bunions and cal
lous spots. Always ef
fective if used according
to directions. Sold on the
guarantee of money-back
policy. The price 25c
NEWS OF SPECIAL OFFERINGS IN
RUBBER GOODS DEPT
Look to The Owl Store for dependa
bility and lowest prices In rubber
and other goods. These extra
economies await you In this de
partment Friday and Saturday.
K. A O. Oltaa Nasal
Douche at the spe
cial price of.
$1 Certified Fever Ther
mometer, hi mln- CQ.
ute, in rubber case... O 7 C
Baker Oil Atomizer, regu
lar price tl, like QQ.
Hair Insoles, only the small
er sizes left, at half ft
nrlce. pair iC
Electric Insoles, of
fered special, pair...
The "Owl" Atomizer that
sells regularly for
50c, at only
The 75c kind now
The $1.00 kind now i0
at only 0JC
Syringe, two-quart QQ.
size, at. UOC
-i i -i r i isr
p e n s a b le to
for home use.
A 23 CAKE OF
WITH EACH BOX M e a n 1 n g
that vou ect two excellent
articles for the price of
Sunflower Seed, for Parrot Food,
In one-pound cartons 15. OKn
or two lor.
"OWL" SPECIAL OFFER
This Richly Nickeled
VANITY BOX FREE
With 25c Can Williams'
They're indispensable handbag
these rrettv little
Vanity Boxes with imported powder puffs and
concentrating mirrors. Many would willingly
pay 25c for the box alone. We offer you one
with a 23c can of Williams' Talcum Ppwder.
A WORD ABOUT WILLIAMS' TALCCM POW
DER Its delicate, dainty, lasting perfume; its
soothing, refreshing, antiseptic properties; its
absolute purity and unpalpable fineness dis
tinguish it from all others. One of the great
family of Williams' preparations.
we believe, have
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there's none bet
ter, or try one In
your coffee or
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SEVENTH AND WASHINGTON STS., PORTLAND
Eiehteen Owl Stores on tne racnic toasx
For the. Dog; and
Dog Cakes end
P n p p y Biscuits.
The safest and
canine food. The
most careful dog
o w n e rs demand
" Spratts." oer
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COST ACCOUNT SENT
Government Connects Defend
ants With Detail.
SEATTLE 'BOOSTERS' BUSY
Washington Would Persuade East
erners to Go Home via Xorth.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Jan. 18. (Spe
cial.) Freighted with advertising lit
erature with which It Is hoped the
tourists returning to their Eastern
homes from California may be per
suaded to come by way of Seattle and
Puget Sound, an army of Seattle boost
ers, Saturday morning, February S, will
roll out of Seattle In a special train
over the tracks of the Oregon-Washington
Railway & Navigation and tbe
Southern Pacific roads to California.
If the efforts which the new Seattle
Chamber of Commerce is now making
meet with success. Governor Hay and
J. E. Chilberg, president of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
Exposition, will be
among the number to take the excur
sion, and while in the South will select
the ground on which will stand the
Washington building at the exposition.
.Vancouver Dealer Arrested.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Jan. 18. (Spe.
clal.) For buying a pistol from Charles
King, of the Second Field Artillery, of
Vancouver Barracks, M. M. Holland, a
second-hand dealer of Vancouver, has
been bound over to appear before the
Federal Court, charged with buying
Government property knowingly. Hol
land, who came to Vancouver from
Wisconsin less than a year. ago, was
released on $300 cash bond furnished
by E. M. Scanlon.
Lewlston Backs Advertising Plan.
LEWISTON, Idaho. Jan. 18. (Special)
The managers of the "boosters"
meeting to be held here tonight by
the Idaho-Washington Development
League have announced that all the
iira fni the affair have hAn.anlff
and they will be forced to give another
show Saturday night. This entertain
ment is given for the purpose of rais
ing a publicity fund to boost Lewlston.
TRIAL MAY BE SHORTENED
District Attorney Hopes to Brin;
About Close by May Opposins
Counsel Clash Over Pro
duction of Books.
CHICAGO, Jan. 18. Two defendants
in the trial of the packers were men
tioned today as having had personal
knowledge of the test cost of beef
through weekly reports mailed to them
by a subordinate.
Walter A. Wall, branch house man
ager of Morris & Co, at St. Joseph,
Mo., testified that in 1906, 1907 and
1908 he mailed to Edward Morris and
Louis H. Heyman. two of the defend
ants, reports giving the figures on the
teRt cost of beef.
It was the first time since the be
ginning ef the trial that the Govern
ment has directly connected any of
the defendants with the much-discussed
test cost of beef, which the
prosecution contends played such an
important part In the alleged packers'
End la May Hoped Far.
District Attorney Wilkerson today
checked over the list ot Government
witnesses with the view to shortening
the hearing. The plan now is to limit
the questioning of witnesses to mater
ial points and Introduce nothing but
important documentary evidence. In the
hope of concluding the trial in May.
H, A. Timmins, chief accountant for
Morris At Co., began his sixth day
on the witness stand today.
"Is there in your possession any book
showing the detailed amounts In dol
lars and cents received by Morris &
Co. for fresh beef sold In September,
1907?" asked Attorney Sheean.
"No, our books show the total
amounts received from the branch
houses after exports are deducted," re
Attorneys Clash Angrily.
"Do you expect us to keep memor
all af.mmt sales V ans-rlly
shouted Attorney M. W. Borders. "If
they did thy wouia nil mn
room In a few weeks."
"Tha Government has ceased to ex
pect anything from the defense," re
plied Attorney Pierce Butler.
"I object to the inference that any
r,r nr nrnnntjt have been destroyed,"
said Attorney Borders. "The witness
has answered some ot tnese qucsuuiu
20 times." . , ,
i k, T do not understand his
answers," said Attorney Sheean.
The witness said mat tne muuimjr
accounts gave no accurate information
ji .v. flt nrlosi of the busi
ness except when the Inventory of
stocks on nana was conswerm m
nectlon with the other figures. The
...i.ino th "rllH.r" account
on the books, which he said was used
to keep a record or cornea ana picKiea
and salt beef.
lecture before the Los Angeles T. M. C.
A. In which he extolled Oregon as an
Ideal place for raising poultry and men
tioned the record hen of the Oregon
Experiment Station, of which he had
charge during the test. Mr. Lamb has
been invited byover a dozen Y. M. C.
A.'s. Including those of St. Louis. Cleve
land. Ohio; Wichita, Kan.; Buffalo, N.
Y, to deliver a lecture upon scientific
management of poultry. He is equipped
with lantern slides and, although he
was not sent out by the department to
deliver the lectures, he has permission
to do so and Is working with the full
consent and knowledge of the local de
partment. 0. W. R. & N. WILL EXTEND
Farrell Says Line Will Run Direct
From Seattle to Vancouver, B. C.
VANCOUVER, B. C, Jan. 18. Defi
nite announcement of the Intention of
the Harrlman System to build a direct
line from Seattle to Vancouver was
made today byV. D. Farrell. president
of the Oregon-Washington Railroad &
Navigation Company, which owns and
operates 2000 miles of track. Mr. Far
rell, who represents the Harrlman In
terests In the Pacific Northwest, said:
"We have decided to extend our line
to Vancouver. Just when a start will
be made Is uncertain at this juncture,
owing to the financial situation, which
Is none too good at present. Our pres
ent passive attitude has no significance,
as we have already gone Into the ques
tion very fully; In fact, we already
know how we are -going to effect an
entrance. We will not halt at the
Fraser River, but will get into tha very
heart of Vancouver. The route has
been very carefully looked over. The
Harrlman system has long had Its eye
on this port, and realizes that there Is
already sufficient traffio In sight to
Justify the proposed expenditure."
Horse Eats Chinaman's Lilies.
VANCOUVER. Wash., Jan 18. (Spe
cial.) China Easter Lillles, grown by
Kong Loy, a Chinese dairyman, were
placed in front of a restaurant today
to get air and sunshine, and this proved
too great a temptation to a horse which
was left standing near by. The horse
ambled to where they were and ate
off half of the tops, destroying the
Vancouver Club Women Seek Probe.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Jan. 18. (Spe.
ciaL) The Vancouver Woman's Club
has adopted a resolution, urging a
thorough Government Inspection of
milk and dairies in-" this state. The
club also congratulated the new Mayor
on his victory and offered "assistance
In any way that women can help in
the matter of his administration to
make it successful along the lines of
an honest and upright city government."
Oaks Get Pitcher Malarkey.
OAKLAND, Cal.; Jan. 18. William
Malarky, "southpaw" pitcher of tha
Buffalo, N. Y., team of the Interna
tional Lea&ue, has been acquired by tha
Oakland team of the Pacific Coast
League, according to announcement
made here today. Malarky played with,
the New York Nationals for a time.
NO PRE CONSTIPATION, BILIOUS HEADACHE,
- BAD BREATH, SOUR STOMACH OR LAZY LIVER
Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head
aches come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels, which cause your stomach
to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments like garbage
in a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold misery -r- Indigestion, foul
gases, bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everything that is horrible and
nauseating. A Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by morning a 10-cent
box will keep you feeling good for months. Millions of men a:nd women take ,
Cnsnarftt now and then to keep their stomach,
liver and bowels regulated and never know a mis
erable moment. Don't forget thd children their ,
little lnsides need a good, gentle cleansing, too, occasionally.
REEDUTE STOMACH, LIVER 5-BOSTLS
IKTICCC3-KEVER GHIPE OR SICKER.
TRY THIS IF VOU ACHE ALL OVER
FROM A BAD COLD OR THE GRIPPE
Tells How to Get Rid of the
s Worst Cold and All Grippe
Misery in Just a Few
Nothing else that you can take will
break your cold or end grippe so
promptly as a dose of Pape's Cold
Compound every two hours until three
consecutive doses are taken.
The most miserable headache, dull
ness, head and nose stuffed up, fever
Ishness, sneezing, running df the nose,
sore throat, mucous catarrhal dis
charges, soreness, stiffness, rheuma
tism pains and other distress begin t
leave after the very first dose.
Pape's Cold Compound Is the result
of three years' research at a cost ot
more than fifty thousand dollars, and
contains no quinine, which we have
conclusively demonstarted . Is not ef-:
fective In the treatment of colds or
. Take this harmless Compound aa
directed, with the knowledge that
there is no other medicine made any
where else in the world, which will
cure your cold or end grippe misery
as promptly and without any other as
sistance or bad after-effects as a 25r
cent package" of Pape's Cold Compound,
which any druggist In the world can
Value of Oregon Hen Is Told.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.
Corvallls. Jan. 18. O- C. Lamb. In
charge of the poultry pia.ni ai ine ur-
;on Agricultural i.oit, uei m
Is Peculiar to Itself. Do not be
led to buy any preparaon said to
be "just as good," but insist on
having Hood's. There is no real
substitute for it.
Take it to purify, enrich and
revitalize the blood and build up
the whole system.
Get it today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
HOW SAVINGS GROW:
la order to Ulnstrate the rapid arrowth ef savins: vrlth 4 per eeat
eempound iatereat added, vre stra prepared the followlas; tablet
A ' Will la Will la Will la Will la
Weekly - . 6 Yra. 10 Vr. 20 Vr.. 40 Yea.
Dcpwll .wmcaVK Asnonat Amount Ajnouat Ajoiit
f to to to
$ .25 73. $ 162. $ 403. $1,294.
.50 rovn Fee Cent yes 146.! 324. 806. 2,588.
1-00 "".ua 293. 660.1,614. 5,177.
tvrte year, jaavarf - ' '
2.00 ft s j.iy ist. 585. 1,301. 3,223. 10,355.
5.00 1,462. 3,252. 8,070. 25,888.
1 OFE MJt ACCOUNT
Hibernia Savings Bank
(ESTABLISHED IS TEARS.)
Second and Washington Streets
Open Sataraay Evealaga, Six te Klgkt,