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j THE MOBSISO OKEGOXIay,' FBIPAT. JASUABY I1B1
TINIEST TW1X BABIES BORN IN PORTLAND, JANUARY 11.
The Best Place to
Buy Shoes Is Where
You Can Get Fitted
Vaudeville Magnate on Tour
of Empress Circuit Says
New Blood Is Need.
iigiiliU'liiWHIisI II ill I
3 MORE HOUSES MAY RISE
t I II
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Closing of Probably Three Places Is
Announced and Elimination of
Moving Pictures From
Shows Also Intended.
8EATTL.E. Wash.. Jan. 14. (Special.)
Marcus Loev, manager of the Loew
vaudeville circuit, formerly the Sulli
van & Considlne holdings, accompanied
by Morris Kohn and Peter Schaeffer. of
New York, and Mose Oppenheimer. of
Spokane. Is In Seattle today on his way
to Portland on a tour of inspection and
expense-cutting for the entire western
end of the circuit. The addition of
three houses to the circuit, the closing
of two or possibly three theaters which
have shown a loss, and elimination of
the motion picture features as added at
tractions in the Empress houses were
the announcements made by Loew to
"We are building a new house In San
Francisco and are planning another in
.Minneapolis and possibly In one other
city in the State of Washington," said
Mr. Loew In response to questions con
cerning his 1!U5 policies. "Spokane
may or may not be the location of the
third house I am not prepared to make
a definite announcement at this time.
"These houses will be added to the
Man us Loew circuit, and two or three
ion-paying theaters will be closed if it
becomes evident to me on my trip that
patronage and not Improper manage
ment is to blame for this condition. 1
am a good loser and I know when to
"I am surprised to find that the
money we are paying out for added at
tractions in moving picture features is
an expense not Justified by attendance.
We hear objection to the length of the
shows under this system of operation,
so the motion pictures will go unless
we chance to retain one reel as a be-tween-shows
"I look for a big Increase In business
luring the next few months In the
I-oew houses, but it is probable many
present employes will be changed, as 1
believe the infusion of new blood will
work for the betterment of service and
Mr. Loew expects to depart Saturday
morning for Vancouver and Portland.
AGGIE DEBATERS CHOSEN
Team Will Meet Vniverslty of Ore
Ron Next Month.
ORROON A ORICCLTCRAL COLLEGE.
Cnrvalll. Jan. It. (Special.) In a
tryout held hire last nlsht. four men
were selected to represent the Oregon
Acricultural Colleee in a debate to be
held with the University of Oregon next
They are: If. M. Currey. of Baker:
. It. Hoerner. of Seattle. Wash.: K. It.
l.elchart. of Corvaliis, and E. 11. Keich
art. of Corvaliis.
The question will be: "Resolved, That
the Federal Government should own
and operate all railroads, other than
municipal street railroads, in continen
tal I'nlted States. Constitutionality
MRS. M. BRADY IS DEAD
MitM'k Front lcntli of Husband and
Son in Day Fatal to Pioneer.
Mrs. Marsaret Brady, an Oregon
pioneer, died yesterday at her home,
"i Madison street. She was the widow
f the late John Brady. She had been
in ill health since August. 19'. She
never recovered from the shock when
1 er husband died in 1904. after a long
illness, and the son died of heart fail
ure the same day.
Mrs. Hrady was born in Ireland In
1MI and came to New York with her
parents In 1S5?. She reached Portland
via the Isthmus of Panama in 1S6S.
While here she met John Brady, to
whom she was married in 1S69. Her
rushand was tn the shoe business In
Portland for many years.
DASH MADE THROUGH FIRE
-hirle Ilarbick, 60, Burned as
Flames Knvelop Home.
Charles Ilarbick. 1749 Fisk street,
who was burned seriously early yester
day morning in escaping from his blaz
ing home, was reported on the way to
recovery last niirht at the Good Samari
tan Hospital. He is 60 years old.
The Harblck residence is a two-story
frame building and the fire started
from what is thought to have been de
The house is owned by James Ilar
bick. a brother. The family was
asleep when the fire was discovered.
The blaxe enveloped Mr. Harbick's
mom. but he dashed through to safety.
Two other members of the family were
rescued from the roof.
COUNCIL TO SCAN PAVING
l.amon-Avenne Owners Complain
That Work Is I'nsatisfaetory.
Members of the City Council will
make a trip at 8 o'clock this morning
to Lamson avenue, on the Heights on
the West Side, to inspect paving re
cently completed there by the Mon-tague-O
KeiKy Company, acceptance of
which is opposed by property owners
who are to be assessed for the cost of
the work. It Is contended by the prop
erty owners that the paving is laid im
properly. objection also has been made to the
grade as established on the street by
the city. It has necessitated deep cuts
which have required property owners
to erect retaining walls.
"ROBBED" MAN IS JAILED
gro Admit Story Kal and Gets
Si.ity Dajs in Prison.
M. McMurray. a colored bootblack,
-t'th a stand at Second and Washington
sfreets. who reported to the police
Wednesday night that he had been
reld up and robbed by two men of
J113S. admitted yesterday in Municipal
Court that the alleged "holdup" was
He said that he invented the yarn to
keep from paying tli- money to the
owners ot soma shoes who asked him to
sell the goods. He said he had spent
the money. Judie Stevenson sen
tenced him to 0 day in jaiL
Br - 2 i h
DR. JEVXIB HATELSKl AXD ASTJTIE AJTD OLGA STJSPERREK.
Tver, little baby girls so tiny that they are Just a handful, were
bornanuary 11 to Mr. and Mrs! John W. Susperrek, 768 York street.
The bab"es ayre E,rls, Annie and Olga. One weighs one and a quarter
pounds, the other two and a quarter pounds.
P Dr Jennie Matelsky. who attended the mother, says that both
babies are"n f ne condition and will live. The smallest baby cannot
be fed " the natural way and the doctor and nurse have been havmg
suenuous time' feeding her with a medicine dropper. These are
the first children born to Mr. and Mrs. Susperrek, who have been
married 16 years.
IS LET OUT
Port of Seattle Traffic Head
Discharged After Fight.
COMMISSIONERS PASS LIE
Illgday, Secretary or Board, Gets
Post Personal Spile in Slove
Charged and Effort Alleged
"to Get Scalps."
SEATTLE. Wash., Jan. 14. (Spe
cial.) The rort of Seattle Commission
today adopted a resolution removing
Traffic Manager Frank K. Hanlon from
. i i imm.iiiai0lv thereafter
Ills puii, aim in. .
a second resolution placing the traffic
department in the hands of Hamilton
HiKdav as the secretary to the Com
This action was taken on me. i
firmative vote of C. E. Remsberg and
Robert Bridges. General H. M. Chit
tenden voting for the retention of Han.
-1- i nf a hitter flsht
lOn. It IS liiu n it M u i - 1
during the progress of which General
Chittenden accuser v,....-- --
Remsberg of going out v after the
scalp" of Hanlon.
General Chittenden declared: I shall
take issue with yon on a question ot
veracity. Your attitude is not due to
what vou have stated, namely, economy
and efficiency, but to personal pique
and spite because Hanlon stands in the
way of your plans." . . ,.
-That's an absolute falsehood, ex
claimed Remsberg. angrily.
Chittenden brushed aside the inter
ruption, while the delegations from
civic organizations looked astounded
at the unexpected turn the discussion
""General1" Chittenden fought for post
ponement of final consideration of the
question, but was voted down by his
REED IH DOUBLE DEBATE
COLLEGE ORATORS TO VIE TODAY
HERE AND AT SEATTLE.
Wa.hiDBt.. Be Opponent la Argu
ment Over Adoptlo of Mini
mum Wage Li for Men.
The first annual debate between the
Reed College and the University of
- . :n k.a holil tonljrnt in
was dine ion i in wo m- "
the Keed College chapel. The question
for debate is on tne aaovu - j
mum wage law for men In Oregon and
Washington. The Reed College .team
here has the affirmative side ol : the
question. At the same time a""""
- . . -ama nllOAtiOll Will VC
held in Seattle, where the Wash.ngton
team has the affirmative
debaters the negative. The Keed af
firmative team consists of Loel1 r"
ford and Arthur Muaca, n
1 ... t i ehnrellenbach
ponents win ue . '
and Rav Greenwood. At Seattle the
Reed negative team. composed of
Harry W embridge ana "
... - .i.. Pnnk Harrison and
will aifuo ' " -
Marsh Corbett on the affirmative-
This will be the nrsi appea...v
the Keed men in an Intercollegiate con-
. - -v.i..,n men have been
selected from more than 100 contest
ants and they have been chosen from
a larce number of veteran speakers
The Reed team have had no systematic
coaching, thougn tney ua
. .. :.w .--1 mAtnhera of the
caslonaiiy wun sc.
faculty, who have had experience in
intercollegiate aeoawus. , . .
The Judges selected for the debate
in. ( ."j-. mihrt of the Federal
nere are i. n . -
Court: F. D. Morrison, of the Telegram.
and Pr. George iteoec. ol
" t Th chairman of the
meeting will be Judge Stevenson, of
the Municipal court.
On account of the necessary expense
. . i j t v, . rfhnte a small admis-
s?on fee will be charged. The debate
will begin at s o ciqck.
FORECLOSURE A NECESSITY
Purchaser or Aorthwestcrn Tele
phone Bonds Slakes Statement.
p. H. Crosby, who recently pur
chased the bonds of the Northwestern
txing - Distance Telephone Company,
heretofore held by the Pacific States
-w i a. TeTecranh ComDanv.
amounting to I7:00. and $120,000 of
the stock or tne .oruraiKii om-
i.i.h ul was annroved bv
Judge Bean, says that the foreclosure
of the trust mortgage wmeu. waa o
'Ss.-.r x aW--H
creed by Judge Gatens yesterday is a
necessary step in his plan of reor
ganizing the Northwestern Company.
Owing to the mismanagement of the
affairs of the Northwestern Company
between 1907 and 1911, the company
defaulted on its bonds. Mr. Crosby,
with the approval of Judge Bean of
the Federal Court, purchased all of the
outstanding bonds except approxi
mately 830,000. Under the decree of
Judge Gatens, the physical properties,
together with the active management
of the Northwestern Long-Distance
Telephone system, is now turned ofer
to Mr. Crosby who will carry on the
business of the company until the
plrysical properties are sold under the
foreclosure sale, at which time he ex
pects to buy these in and form a new
corporation which in the future will
own and operate the system.
Since purchasing the bonds early in
the Kail Mr. Crosby has given a srest
deal of his time to familiarizing hfta
self with the extensive system of the
Northwestern and bringing it up to a
high standard of efficiency.
One of the conditions under which
Judge Bean approved Mr. Crosby's pur
chase of these bonds was that he should
maintain an efficient plant and give to
the people of the Northwest a high or
der of competition in the telephone
field. Mr. Crosby is bringing new life
as well as new money into the venture,
and declares that the plant Is one of
the most up-to-date long-distance
plants on the Coast. A further pro
vision of Judge Bean's decree which
gives Portland a unique telephone serv
ice is that phase which requires the
Pacific Telephone Company to give to
its subscribers the privilege of using
either the Pacific long-distance or the
.. . l .liutnnrp service.
The mechanical connecuuua '
to carry out this plan have been made,
and any telephone patron in Portland Is
able to enjoy long-distance service over
nt the Northwestern Company
as well as the pacific Company.
KLICKITAT SENDS $700
CASH AND SUPPLIES SWELL FUND
FOR BELGIAN'S TO 37,48S.
Dcrtioa Goossens. IS, Collects 23 and
Shoes From 24 Persona Gold,
endale Forwards Relief.
rnni.ihnfinnn hv neoDle of Klickitat
County to the Belgian relief fund was
the feature of yesterdays list, oi s'i-
. ..lA.imo rnh and sud-
lor iiie vy i i vitbw -
dies sent in by Goldjsndale and other
... . , 4 n
sections ot the county amount v.
approximately $700, and W. E. Hornl
brook. of Uoldendale, who reported the
subscriptions, wrote to Chairman Sam
uel Hill saying: "I regret that we
didn't do better."
Little Bertina Goossens. the 12-year-old
volunteer worker who has been
soliciting for the fund, reported con
tributions yesterday amounting to ?2a
in cash and a pair of shoes. The gifts
were donated by. 24 persons.
The total of the Belgian relief fund
in the hands of the Oregon com
mittee amounts now to $37,488. Con
tributions listed yesterday follow:
Previously "L ' Vw16
CoMerted by little Bertina Goonseni.
Portland: i no
A. Do Keyer
C. Blommert , "
Bertina Goossens 30
M. rniaipa --
Dr. J. C. Ross 5-''X
rt V .lames
Dr! D. H. Rand
Dr. J. H. Mills
Dr. H. P. Borders
H. D. Hulsler 1-UV .
O. H Thornton 0
Mrs. & B.Levy -50
J. K. Hardy l oo
George Atlyeb, -00
BerUna Goossens 5I
Mary E. Giles -5
C. Liblane 2
ss - 1.08
Mrs. uouiaeiw .- - - ' t
tt vn.irf nowen. Hamer. Wash. ... 1. 00
Christian. Presbyterian and Baptist
Sundav schools. Cottage Grove.
Or. Amount usually spent for
I'hri.iniu treat, voted to Belgians I5.S0
captain a. ji. hpuh,
F. W. Sanders. Blckleton, Klickitat
Belgian relief committee, Klickitat
Homibrook. Goldendale S6O.O0
C Nelson, PorUand
Previously acknowledged 26.08i8S
Belgian relief committee. Klickitat
Coumv. Wash. Sent In by W. E.
Hornlbrook, Goldendale and oth
ers, lard, bacon, prunes and flour
s k! Der Ruter. West Woodbum.
Or., seven sacks wheat
Collected by Bertina Goossens.
Portland, one pair shoes.........
G. W. Dungan, Marshfleld, Dies.
MinflUSTFT.n Or Jan. 14. (Snp.
cial. G. W. Dungan. of this city, died
today at noon. He had been engaged in
upholstery manufacturing and had been
- ....4i r.r fhia ci r v for five veara.
r fna..l will Vim enndnctd bv the
Eagles. Knights of Pythias, Moose and
the' Latest Styles of
Same As You Pay
$4.00 and $5.00 for
GIRL DEFIES FATHER
Miss Declares Parent Ran
Away With "Ma" at 13.
FLUKE IN WARRANT FREES
Taeoma Police Release M'iss Kose
Ellis, 19, Who Klopcd With Rain
ier Tailor, but Man Is Held.
Cousin Suitor Appears.
TACOMA, Jan. 14. (Special.)
'Wommo mn awav and married my
papa when she was only 13 and they've
always been happy and I guess I can
do as I please when I am 19," said
pretty Kose Ellis, daughter or i nomas
i n.hAr of Rainier.
who, with her fiance, Mitchell Murray,
was taken from a train nere
on telegraphic request sent to the po-
ifs,a hv hp, cousin. E. 3. Ellis, who says
he wants to marry the girl.
The cousin arnvea eariy ims wui
Ing with Constable Carlson, of Rainier,
. . .! nn4hinr.wlthmit a war-
oil L COU1U tlL.
rant. A telegraphic warrant sworn out
by the girl s lamer was at"
Rainier for the arrest of the girl and
Murray. The warrant for the girl read
"a child" instead oi specnyms
. v.A .nlipa rplenserl the sirl.
i ,ni in ntndv- The charge
jxiurray w ot.. - 7 -
against Murray alleges "enticing a fe-
male child away.
she will marry Murray or die. Carlson
. ... nlvmnin tn nlead lor
says ne win " i" - ; .
requisition papers authorizing the re
turn of Murray and me giri iu ".i-i.
Fight for Release Planned.
Thomas Ellis, father of the girl, tele
phoned this morning that he had left
Rainier with a deputy sheriff, and
, 1 . t 1 CAottl. tailnr tele-
tsraay, a. wuira.n --. -
phoned that he was starting for Ta-
coma in an auiomooue -
get the couple out and married before
ru. ...i ? th. father. The lawyers
IDQ ttll IV AS Vt.
are now preparing a habeas corpus pe-
tition. while Murray is u j" -
girl with friends.
s ..,.7" .1 .. mi -Rills, "let father
come if 'he wants to, I'll not go a step
with him and he cant uiw .
19 not 17 as they said. I guess he
. ; whan T remind him
Will taio iiwc.vo ........ - .
mother ran away with him when she
"We started for Tacoma and were
going to get a license here last night.
It hasn't been so bad. I think it's a
great lark. If they only don't keep me
here too long."
Feaat Ordered for Gtrl. .
Murray, who had several hundred
dollars in ready cash for the honey-
. 1 wraa oUaH'mI tft Rfllld a 11168'
moon ' i' " " '- . . ,
enger to a cafe, where a dinner or
chicken, hot-house grapes ana uen
cious desserts was prepared by his
order for the bride-to-be.
"There's nothing too good for her,
said the would-be bridegroom.
Murray formerly was manager of a
Seattle tailoring establishment in a
chain of stores operated by Brady.
The Tacoma police declare he cannot
be returned to Oregon. Murray says
he will return with the Elises to
Rainier on the same train if the girl
is ordered back home, and that only
over his dead body will she be mar
ried to her cousin.
VANCOUVER MAYOR WINS
English Member of Parliament Is
One of Fonr Candidates.
VANCOUVER, B. C Jan. 14. L. D.
Taylor, who has been previously Mayor
of Vancouver for two years, defeated
the retiring Mayor, T. S. Baxter, at the
civic elections tonight by 8U0 majority.
For the first time in its history Van
couver had four Mayoralty candidate
L. D. Taylor, who solicited the work
tngmen's vote: Honorable Joseph Mar
tin member for St. Pancras, London,
in the Imperial Parliament; ex-Mayor
C. S. Douglas, and Mayor T. S. Baxter,
who ran on his financial administration-
Mr. Martin's candidacy was unique,
aa" he had no committee rooms nor
would he pledge himself to any plat
form, save the one of economy. Mr.
Taylor promised to introduce a system
291 Morrison St.
Near Fifth St.
. , .,., in tho form of civic scrip
backed by 'a civic savings bank, the
object being to relieve the financial
POWER BILL DISCUSSED
W. D. B. Dodson Says Kural Stations
Should Bo Allowed Streams.
The Oregon Society of Engineers was
addressed by William D. B. Dodson, a
member of the Oregon Hydro-Electric
Commission, on the work of the Com
mission, which commenced its research
about a year ago, at the Central Li
brary last night.
"The Oregon Hydro-Electric Commis
sion has studied facts relating to hydro-electric
accomplishments and rates
all over the world," said Mr. Dodson.
"The result of the investigation led
to the drafting of a measure to be pre
sented at the Legislature which asks
that rural districts be allowed as com
munities to develop and use hydro-electric
power. At present it is only pos
sible for it to be developed by munici-
n,rnla .nrnnrfltlnnfi. The
pannes vi y v t. .
measure will improve conditions in the
country ana provwe ueuei ni&a....w..
and cheap power."
RESIGNATION IS ACCEPTED
Pastor of Piedmont Church Is to
Accept Pendleton Pastorate.
The congregation of the Piedmont
Presbyterian Church, last night ac
cepted the resignation of Rev. Jacob
T.-. Cn..4u. (ha nnstnr A Tl A VOted tO
join with' the pastor in asking the
Portlana jresDyiery 10 uiasoiva cue
pastoral relations. G. E. Lawrence and
W. W. Mcintosh were appointed com
missioners to represent tbe church be
fore the presbytery, which will meet
next Monday to consider the resigna
. i D.B.ti.'iiTv tho apHnn of the. con
gregation makes the way clear for
Rev. Snyder to prepare to ukb up wum
at the Pendleton Presbyterian Church,
rhh hn, extended him a call.
Rev. Mr. . Snyder will leave for
Brownsville Aionaay to noia a ueneu ui
meetings for the next 10 days. He will
take up his work at Pendleton about
BIG ERRORS STILL LACKING
Recount for Sheriff Takes In Eight
' More Precincts.
Eight precincts, from the 15th to the
nnJ vQL-tnrHuv In the
Word-Hurlburt Shrievalty recount, and
still the gross errors aiiegea oy air.
. . l. .' Anmnla1nt WMW lfldkine.
WUrU 1U UIB MIHi.KH. " -
Representatives of both sides disputed
29o votes yesteraay, ana mrac, win
those accumulated on the two previous
j .-. r ; ,r will fn tn Circuit
ut&ya vi i,uuu.ii'n ..... n
Judge Kavanaugh for rulings Saturday.
The eight precincts counted yesiei
j . ijihiiit 7"1 Word 947. ex-
eluding the disputed ballots. The offi
cial count in tnese precincLs gave nun
burt 842, Word 1111.
WOMAN SAYS MAN HIT HER
Blow in Mouth Leads to Warrant
Against James Keed, Colored.
"They ain't no man gwana hit me
inna mouf and gitaway wif it." said
Mamie Brown, colored, yesterday to
City Attorney Stadter. when she asked
for a warrant for the arrest of James
'The Brown woman, who is a cook in
a North End restaurant, and Reed.
i n.An,ii.tnF nf a nla.ee at 14
TV II U IB J. w-- -
North Park street, had imbibed freely.
it Is said, and tnen Degas 10 nuance
. i B.-AmAnt ondiner when Reed
punched Mamie in the mouth, accord
ing to her version.
ITALIANS PLAN FOR RELIEF
Raising of Funds and Supplies to Be
Discussed Sunday. '
Already the Italians of Portland are
pUnning to relieve the distress caused
by the earthquakes in Italy, which
have resulted in a loss of 60,000 lives
and many injured and destitute people.
The Rev. Francisco Fonnela, pastor
of the Italian Baptist Church, has is
sued a call for a meeting at 228 hi Yam
. -. . . . . . i nVl.-w.lc Kundav. to dis-
cuss raising funds and supplies for the
Italian poor oi roruana. n "u
decided to make the Italian earthquake
one of the principal topics of meeting.
TELEPHONE CASE PENDS
ATTORNEY UNCERTAIN AS TO AP
PEAb BY MORTGAGEE.
John B. Cofltey Says When lie Took
Charge aa Receiver Affairs Were
in Deplorable Shape.
TTntil n. conference can be held with
r i iritl. Tn'oit,aniA & Trust
uuitiam ui urn ...... ....... ....
Company of Los Angeles, its attorney,
W. D. Fenton, says he cannot say
whether an appeal will be taken from
... ... . r ' i . . ,
the aecision weanesuay ui
Judge Gatens, foreclosing the $750,000
mortgage on me aui umtjitin -
Distance Telephone Company, and as
sessing $145,000 damages against the
Title Insurance & Trust Company for
the alleged looting of the Northwestern
William H. Allen. Jr., is president of
the Los Angeles concern which held the
mortgage asainst the telephone com
pany. O. F. Brant, manager, and O.
P. Clark, secretary, are said not to
have been identified with the trans
actions charged in Judge Gatens' de
.id4ati aa rpRnnnslblB for the bank
ruptcy of the telephone company.
The Title Insurance j ruai
pany, a Los Angeles concern, capi-
j . ,4 nn And n.a a trustee for
tauaeu ill i,vyj,u, " ---
the Northwestern Company's bond
issue. Its orncers aiso wem
of the National Securities Company and
the Northwestern Company.
According to Judge Gatens. H. D.
Pillsbury, representing the Pacific Tele
phone & Telegraph Company, testified
that his company needed the equip
ment of the Northwestern Companv
and thought the best way to get it was
to buy up the bonds and bid them in
on a foreclosure sale..' Their interest
then, said Judge Gatens, was to bring
about the foreclosure sale as quickly
"Affairs of the company were in a
j , ki. when I look charge.
ain John B. Coffey, whom Judge
Gatens had appointed receiver of the
defunct telephone company. "I oont
. ; i. .kA QuattiA nfHce had done $3
worth of business during the previous
month, jnoi long ani
exchange of our own in Seattle, and
soon were back on a working basis.
Operating through the other com
panies' exchanges, we had never been
able to get any business."
lecture Today Is for Mothers.
A lecture and demonstration on "How
'Tape's Diapepsin" Is the Quick
est and Surest Stomach
If what you Just ate is souring on
your stomach or lies like a liimp oi
lead, refusing to digest, or you belch
gas and eructate sour, undigested food,
or have a feeling of dlazines. heart
burn, fullness, nausea, bad taste in
mouth and stomach headache, you can
surely get relief in five minutes.
Ask your pharmacist to show you
the formula, plainly printed on J these
fifty-cent cases of Papes Diapepsin.
then you will understand why dys
peptic troubles of aU kinds must go.
and why it relieves sour, out-of-order
stomachs or Indigestion in five min
utes. "Pape's Diapepsin- is harmless,
tastes like candy, though each dose
will digest and prepare for assimila
tion into the blood all the food you
eat- besides, it makes you go to the
bie with a healthy appetite; but
what will please you most is that you
will feel that your stomach and intes
tines are clean and fresh, and you will
not need to resort to laxatives or liver
Dills for biliousness or constipation.
This city will have many "Pape s
Diapepsin" cranks, as some people wili
call them, but you will be enthusiastic
about this splendid stomach prepara
tion too, if you ever take it for indi
gestion, gases, heartburn, sourness,
dyspepsia, or any stomach misery.
Get some now. this minute, and rid
yourself of stomach misery and indi
gestion ta five minutes Adv.
IN FIVE MINUTES
NO SICK STOMACH,
of Narrow Widths
and Small Sizes
Regular $4.00 and
to Feed Young Children" will be given
h r i w Itoaeuffld and Miss MsheJ
J. Stegner today at 2:30 In room 120
of the Courthouse. inis is -D.ri.
nf lectures for parents given un
der the auspices of the parents' educa
tional bureau of the congress oi
What Should a Man Do? Sug
gestion of Ohio Druggist to
One Such Man Saved Hi
Life, So He Says. ,
Nelsonville, Ohio. "I was all run
down, weak and nervous and had no'
appetite at all. In fact I was very much
discouraged until our druggist told me
ahnnt Vinnl mid asked me to try it. I
did so and it has certainly been a llf6
saver to me. I can gladly recommena
Vlnol to anyone who needs a blood and
nerve tonic." S. teenrod, Nelson
When a man Is run-down, weak and
nervous, he needs a good appetite, good
digestion, better blood, more strength,
more vitality, and we do not know of
any medicine that will supply It mo
quickly as Vlnol.
It Is the active medicinal principle
of cod liver oil aided by the blood
making strengthening properties ot
tonic iron, contained In Vlnol, which
makes it so efficient in building up
health and strength for weak, nervous,
run-down men and women.
We ask every weak, nervous, run
down person in this locality to try
Vlnol on our guarantee, and If it falln
to help vou we will return your
money. The Owl Drug Co., Portland,
Or., and at leading drugstores every
Why Take a CostlyTrip
to Hot Springs?
6088 (SIxty-Elehty-ElBht) elimin
ates the eausn oi Rheumalium acts
like the wsters of Hot Sprinsi and
other resorts. Guaranteed. It nut re-.
mumt benefit cauu or cnmnir mm
eruptions, biiiousnep wa inuiKv
t 1 o n O r your
r will b returned
to you ot row
Kuarsntee. it. Money back ii It UU. A IX
or 50c tube of
Original and Ganulna .
CATARRHAL JELLYv ;
t..' Amimw Vm It t once. It coollnf.
Beat thinir you can uss for chronic ra.al
catarrh cold, in head, aneeiing.dry catarrh.
l"l no. Soi. bleed, etc. 16.000 . I tube,
have been old. Write us tor sen.rou. Irre
LanTpW? S5.000 dmi.. -ll th.a .plena
tcrnAr- Avoid danteron. ubUtuUa,
KONDON MFC CO, WlBn-apolla. MIna.
Today 9:30 A. M.
LAUIKS' title STORM RI'RHKRi,
Misses' 50c Storm Rubbers, palr..lO
Men's $1 Goodyear Rubbers, pair.. 30
WRIGHT'S, 244 Washlaston St.. Near 3d.
WHEN RUN DOWN,
-WtTTf" M Ml' Ml UII II
rTlIirill ill' n IIIMI. - Wl I
ttfTilllllIM Mill '111 lit! .niiiir .fin .
Minim 1 1 : i ii it. i ii.mip
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aV1 Nnwthrt RiMHliui"
rMm. viuioot si"f rreo
nvwhm fir tn?tmi. A M
wtiihotildyoucontinuto T.W ,
siitff -why mn U, rak of the . tf
deformity ht Rhmima- -jf j-V.
turn oftn lmt Tk . X.
jok. It will enbl frm to
dtct all foriM of Khum-
tisitt bow to rliT mis-
bow to dint. Writ todw. A .
Matt. . ialmaaai C. V