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RESERVE FUNDS TO
BE USED Oil CROPS
12 Regional Banks Are Told
How to Aid in Financing
EMERGENCY TO BE MET
Board's Action Taken to Forestall
Any Possibility of Congestion
This lall; Imperial Note Is
Taken of Cotton Situation.
WAKIMNGTON. Aug. 'Preliminary
plana, dealsrned to make available) the
resources of the Federal reserve -tern,
in the annual Kail movement of
crops have been woraed oat by the
Federal Reserve Board. Writing to
the 12 regional banks, the Board point
ed out. In a letter made public today,
bow members of the system may help
to finance the erop movement.
The board's action was taken, the
letter says, to forestall any possibility
of congestion of crops this Fall or lack
of financial accommodation to move
them and to avoid a recurrence of the
stringency which in the past has
marked this movement.
Cettea Calef Teste.
Although the board applies Its plan
ta vhuL corn and all other cereals. It
devotes most attention to the cotton
crop, which. It says. Is peculiarly sen
sitive to abnormal conditions such as
now exist in the export trade.
Usually the crop movement has been
taken care of by Government deposits
In banks or the Issue of emergency
currency under the Aldrlch-Vreeland
act. which expired last month. In place
of these agencies, the board states,
there Is ample authority In the Federal
reserve act to meet the situation this
In view of the large surplus r.
serves now held by the Federal re
serve hanks, by member banks and by
other banks throughout the country
says the Board's letter, "there should
be no difficulty In affording me pro
ducers the assistance necessary to en
able; them to market their products In
volume corresponding to the power of
the trade to absorb them.
I nisji Uteres tiesrta Prapeaed.
To accomplish thlsxend. It Is sug
rested that Federal reserve banks adopt
a definite policy with reference to re-
discounting paper secured by documents
in satisfactory form evidencing; the
ownership of stored agricultural prod
ucts. Through such a policy, together
with proper methods of warehousing.
Federal reserve banks can be a potent
factor In assisting the normal move
ments of staple agricultural products
from the field to the factory or to the
consumer. It la recommended that
regulations governing the rediscount of
notes covering advances on such prod
acts be Issued by the Federal' reserve
banks whose members are actively an
gaged In financing the movement of
such crops to the market.
USE OF RODJS DEFENDED
Professor Hall Also Thinks Fin
Isbment Should Be Prompt.
EUGENE. Or, Aug. I. Special.)
"Spars the rod and spoil the child." Is
a maxim that still holds true, even In
the best of families, according to G.
Stanley Hall, professor of Clark Unl
varsity, who delivered the first of a
series of lectures today at the Univer
sity of Oregon. Ills point was that ex
treme pleasure and pain are essential
to a normal individual.
He says the modern American way of
saddling upon the child the whole re
sponsibility for Its own self-control Is
nothing but a means of manufacturing
neurotica. Spanking Is better. And. at
that, the time to punish the youngster
ts while one Is warm with righteous
Indignation. Then the child, under
stands fully that be Is but meeting
wltli the natural consequences of his
acts. Cold-blooded punishment after
one's anger has cooled, he considers
DEAF ATHLETE IS HERO
J. V. Meagher, of Vimobtw, In
jured in Stopping Kanatvaj.
VANCOUVER. Wash, Aug. 2. (Spe
cial.) J. Frederick Meagher, the well
known deaf athlete, boxer and wrestler,
and instructor in the Washington State
School for the Deaf, proved a hero to
day In stopping a runaway, but he suf
fered a badly torn beel when the wagon
turned over on him.
The horse was being driven by G. Mc
Gann. on Washington street, near Fifth,
when one of the shafts broke. The
driver was thrown free and the borse
made a wild dash down the street
Jl-agher stopped the animal, but the
rig turned over, covering him with
trunks and household goods.
He was taken home in an automobile.
ENUMCLAW BLOCK BURNED
Fire Starting in JteManrant Ioes
Damage Estimated at $40,000.
TACOMA. Aug. J. Fire starting at
J:3 this morning In the kitchen of
Jackson's restaurant burned an entire
block of the business district of
Enumclaw In the White River Valley
northeast of Tacoma with a loss of
The buildings burned Included the
confectionery store of R. C. Urle.
Honty bar. Early It Goon's barber
shop. Jackson's restaurant. Iseberg's
saloon and the Cosco motion picture
WOMEN RUN FOR SENATE
Mrs. E. K. Bnrnes Enters Kansas
Kace for Washington Seat.
ATCHISON. Kan. Aug. Mrs. E.
K. Burnea. superintendent of the state
orphan home here, announced today
she would become a" candidate for
United c-tates Senator from Kansaa la
"I will oppose Mrs Lillian Mltchner.
who has already announced her .andi
dacy. said Mrs. Burnea.
GRAIN DESTROYED BY FIRE
Three Acres Swept by Flames at
Klnglrys. Near Dnfor.
M'FX'H. Or, Aug. S. Fire destroyed
three arras of train on Glavey
Brothers' ranch at Klncleys today.
A high wind was blowlnc and for a
time It looked as If the damage would
be much larger.
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PRINCESS ROSPIGLIOSI (LAURA. STALI-O).
PRINCESS TO FRONT
Former Laura Stallo to Join
, Husband in War Zone.
ITALY IS HER DESTINATION
With Month-Old Baby, American
Hoyalty Will Stay in Naples
While Prince Is Serving Ills
Country in Army.
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Princess Rosplgllosl. formerly Miss
Laura Stallo, sailed for Italy aboard
. . . A Kir. nntn Allhhlerl from
New York today with her month-old
baby to Join her husband, who returned
to Italy a few weeks sgo.
The Princess is ins pipninun""
AlPlinurr . . "
millionaire of Cincinnati, and Is the
latest American heiress to marry Into
the royalty of Europe, i'he is going
to Naples to be near the Prince, who Is
soon to Join the Italian army at the
was the largest number of Italian
reservists wno nave ioui
from this city for Italy.
CITY MAY BUY CARLINES
Purchase of Detroit Street Railway
Is l"p to Voters.
DETROIT. Mlch Aug. 2. Ratifica
tion of a contract for the purchase of
the city lines of the Detroit umtea
Railway by the City of Detroit was
given by the stockholders of the street
railway company at a meeting nerc io-
dr- ... . .
After the street railway commission
has formally signed the Instrument It
will be sent to the City Council, which
win riv - h.i. for a noDultr election
of the charter amendment authorising
Th nrira ta be nald for the street
car system Is to be fixed by the Circuit
Judges of Wayne county.
THOMAS F. RYAN IS HERE
Continued From First Psse-l
land Mr. Ryan was one of the spec
tacular figures In the world of finance
Ha had. a short time before, effected
his brilliant coup of securing posses
sion of ths Equitable Life Assurance
Society and bad made millions through
his Investments in tobacco ana ruDDer.
At that time Mr. Ryan was one of the
Industrial "kings' of America, He had
a variety of -crowns" and changed
them In rapid-fire order as the occasion
demanded. He was called alternately.
the "Insurance king, the "tobacco
king and the "rubber king."
Mr. Ryan began early to lay the
foundation of his present fortune,
which, some experts measure at $600.-
000.000. At the age of 17 he started
work as a clerk in a Baltimore dry
goods house. A few years later he
transferred nis youtnrui activities to
New Tork. Opportunity found him a
place on Wall Street and he has been
more or less active there ever since.
When only zi years oia ne Decame
member of the New York Stock Ex
change and soon became Interested In
the consolidation and extension or
various street railway and electric
lighting systems In New Tork. Chicago
and other cities and later turned his
attention to the organisation of rail
roads and coal mining companies In
Ohio. Pennsylvania and West Vlrginla.
Isssrase Deal Reealled.
' Be he came Into quick and sensa
tional prominence, when. In 10S. fol
lowing the so-called -insurance scan
dal." he secured control of the Equita
ble Life and obtained the late Paul
Morton's aid In bringing order out of
Meanwhile he had been making his
Investments in various other enter
prises, and when he decided. In 1908. to
retire from all active business affairs,
he resigned as director in SO different
corporations, among which were some
of the biggest Industrial concerns in
the country. He retains his Invest
ments, however, and his income, it is
said, is in reasonable proportion to bis
Although Mr. Ryan passes most of
his time In New York.-be retains his
residence in Virginia, and was elected a
delegate from that stste to the Demo
cratic National convention in 1904. He
was largely Instrumental in securing
the nomination of Alton B. Parker for
President. He wss a delegate again to
the Baltimore convention in 1912 and
was openly criticised by Mr. Bryan for
his alleged efforts on behalf of the
Wall-street Interests to prevent the
nomination of "Voodrow Wilson.
Although in his 4th year. Mr. Ryan
Is well preserved snd maintains the
vigor and animation that brand him as
a man of agility and ability.
GHICAGOAN SLAYS TRIO
WIFK. HER BROTHER AND SISTER
KILLED BY GARAGE OWNER.
Shoetlag Follows Quarrel Over Atten
tions Glvea Tseng Woman With
Waoan He Drives to Scene.
CHICAGO. Aug. i. George H. Jones.
48 years old. a garage owner, today
entered ths home of his brother-in-
law and shot to death his wife, her
sister snd her brother and tried to slay
bis own son. He then entered bis au
tomobile, whicn he bad left standing
outside, drove horns a young woman
companion over whom he had had trou
ble with- his wife, and tried to commit
Jones had quarreled with bis wife
about the attentions he Is said to havs
paid Miss Margaret Bittner, 21 years
old. Mrs. Jones had gone to live with
her brother and had brought suit for
divorce and to prevent her husband
from disposing of his property to her
detriment. When served with notice of
the suit. Jones went to the home of
his brother-in-law. John Co.grove. and
flashed the court writ before his wife.
Before she could speak he shot her
down. As Cosgrova and his sister.
Miss Catherine Cosgrove, tried to in
tercede, he turned on them. They fled
snd he shot them in the back. His
son. Harry. 18 years old. escaped by
fleeing down an alley. A crowd, at
tracted by the shots, tried to capture
Jones, but failed.
Mlas Bittner was taken Into custody
as a witness. She said she did not
know Jones Intended to kill anyone
when she accompanied htm to aee his
FRENCH OFFICER DEGRADED
Colonel Pcuclaux Pays Penalty for
Theft of Military Supplies.
PARIS. Aug. J. Colonel Francois
Desclaux. ex-paymaster-general of the
French army, who on March 27 was
sentenced by a military court-martial
to seven years solitary confinement
after being convicted on the charge of
stealing military stores, was degraded
today at the military school without
Colonel Desclaux. who was chief sec
retary to Joseph Galllaux when the
latter was Minister of Finance, was ar
rested In Paris in January, charged
with stealing military supplies snd
sending them to the borne of Madame
Bechoff. a well-known dressmaker of
the French capital.
The trial caused a sensation in Paris
on account of the political connections
of the srmy officer snd the prominence
of the dressmaker.
Madame Bechoff also was declared
guilty and sentenced to two yeara in
prison. A soldier named Verges, who
waa accused of aiding In the thefts,
was sentenced to one year In prison.
Tremendous Success at Expo
sition Suggestive of Pos
sibilities to Come.
MORE EXHIBITS WANTED
Counties TJrgerJ to Send Products iu
Which They Excel Billy Sun
day and "Ma" Snnday See
Oregon Building. -
BT ANNE SHANNON MONROE.
OREGON EXPOSITION BUILDING,
fl.n Francisco. July 30.The Willam
ette Valley has Jumped squarely on the
msp with Its loganberry Juice. It made
a big splash which wouia nave ran
1. a r-A around the world if it had not
been for the war. It gave thousands
of cartons of evaporated loganberries
and quantities of literature yesterday,
to say nothing of 1500 gallons of the
now famous Juice.
Th. San Francisco papers cartooned
It. the funny men dragged It Into their
Jokes, the city eauora " -h-".
ni Murrbodv drank It.
tmIhv following the big loganberry
day the Oregon building Is thronged
the lama neia over, u
Mr. Bynon, who produce It in the Wil
lamette Valley and who treated the
world to the brimming red glass, do
not reap big rewards it will be because
everyone Is broke.
rmmiaxlnner Logan was not allowed
to have It all his own way. either. If
he did marry into the Berry family; for
there came along Judge James H.
Logan, of Oakland. CaL. who made the
loganberry 85 years ago, accompanied
by a young wile ana a s-year-ora cmiu,
innkinir a sDrv as If It were only yes
terday, and him 75 years old! He made
a snappy speech and told about how
he had planted a dewberry beside a
blackberry, in an effort to obtain what
Is now known as the Mammoth; un
beknown to him a perky red raspberry
got lt the game; like true affinities,
raspberry and blackberry mated and
behold the loganDerry.
The mammoth blackberry, achieved
by another horticulturist, has n,ever
won the fame of the loganberry.
The Judge said he never had made a
cent out of his famous find, California
had never made a cent from it, and it
had remained for Oregon, Its adopted
mother, to nourish it to full perfection
and give to the world the greatest of
all berries: greatest and most useful
because most prolific, most easily
evaporated, and best of all evaporated
fruit. He was perfectly satisfied to
have given the world the loganberry,
through Oregon, without any remunera
tive returns. The honor was sumcienu
New Drink Eulogised.
Mr. Taylor, of the Willamette Val
lav Ki position Association, talked in-
toi-esf inarlv of Oregon experiences with
the loganberry. and Commissioner
iin talked of Oregon bears and ber
ries, of Oregon being the greatest berry
state in the Union, and the loganberry
the best berry of them ail. jmi j.
Ralnev. . secretary to Mayor Rolph,
eulogized the now famous drink, as
the great drink for which the world has
long waited, the drink that will make
man as happy as champagne can, and
leave him sober. Mr. Moore, head of
the publicity department. Introduced
the sneakers. Every one drank the
health of Oregon in a brimming glass
of red sparkling Juice. It was a big
busy day and it lasted until closing
Mrs. William Flnley. who was a Miss
Logan, and who is the widow of the
flrst president of the Oregon Agricul
tural College, called in the course of
the day to drink Oregon's health, and
mingle with the many Logans. It was
a great Logan day.
Advertising Value Suggestive.
The tremendous success and the ad
vertising value of Loganberry day
should be suggestive to all Oregon
producers to be represented in the state
building through tneir counties on an
Oregon week, beginning August 9.
Whatever a county excels in should be
here In full force. ' We need constant
ly more fresh fruit and exhibit vege
tables. W. P. Davis has been engaged to
furnish popular music every after
noon for the next 30 days with his
famous golden chimes. He plays from
2 until 4. and the people like it. There
has been too much effort gt Festival
hall to give only classical programmes.
People like the tuneful things they
can go out humming. Mr. Davis Is an
Commissioner Logan gave a luncheon
today to the 16 officers of the cruiser
Albany, which brought down the Ore
gon naval militia for a few days at
the Exposition and for maneuvering
at sea. George Putnam, secretary to
Governor Wlthycombe, now a guest in
the Oregon building, waa also a lunch
Billy Suaday Visits Building.
Billy Sunday, ."Ma" Sunday, and their
two sons, Paul and Billy, Jr., were
visitors in the building this morning.
"Ma" Sunday's beaming face would
make a pickle sweet, and her hearty
hand clasp is something you will re
member as long as life lasts. Billy
may be all right we are to bear him
in the court of the Universe Sunday
but "Ma" captured every one on the
spot, and if Billy la, all to the good
we know one reason why. To live
with a woman like that around would
be like having an open Are, a Morris
chair, and carpet slippers always within
reach. She Is more than comfortable,
though; she Is strong and Inspiring.
How she loved the Oregon building
and its good woodsy fragrancel So
Dr. David Starr Jordon and Mrs.
Jordan visited us today, their first trip
to the fair. They. came especially for
the domestic science luncheon, stood In
line with the rest, and got tickets.
They liked It. too; and they liked the
Oregon building, though Dr. Jordan
dragged war into it
Major Schwartzlander, superintend
ent of the Umatilla Indian reservation,
got In this morning, after motoring
down. He had a splendid trip and he is
greatly pleased with the Oregon ex
F. F. Bynon, secretary of the Wil
lamette Valley Exposition Association,
is here for a raw days, being useful to
the valley and to the exhibitors in the
Oregon dry is certainly becoming
famous for her drinks, what with Med
ford Scotch nop ale. Rogue River Val
ley apple cider, and now Loganberry
juice- The drinks booth is a busy
place every minute and its nard to
say which drink Is most popular.
The Liberty Bell now attracting such
crowds to the Eastern Oregon section
Is made xf Royal Anns, Lamberts and
Oregon cherries, snd was designed and
packed by two Cove women. Mrs. L. E.
Anderson and Mrs. 8. E. Miller. Stack
land Bros., who are the pioneer cherry
growers of Eastern Oregon, supplied
the cherries. It traveled more than 1000
miles, has been on display several days
and is still In good shape. So much
for keeping quality.
will be as
Easy as Play
with the improved
New Free Machine
Sold on easy terms. .
$1 Down, $1 Week
Mail and Telephone Orders Filled by Expert Shoppers
Pacific Phone Marshall 5000
Home Phone A 6S91
1 500 New Summer Tub Dresses
For Women and Misses
Dresses in the Prettiest Styles Imaginable
Sale $4.85, $5.85, $6.35, $6.85, $7.75, $10.75
The Newest Materials
Consisting of combination and embroidered voiles, striped or dotted voiles, crepes in white and colors.
figured lawns, awning-stripe materials, marquisettes, figured cross-bar dimities and linens. And there. are
Many. Many Attractive Models
in the assortment; some have full flare skirts, others have two and three-tier skirts, pleated or shirred skirts
and skirts with tunics. The sleeves are three-quarter or long lengths. Many of the waists are of bolero style.
In fact, every worth-while and distinctive model of the season is here for your selection.
In the illustration we show one model from each group. Third Floor.
Just Arrived Another Shipment of
The Popular Middy Aprons
That Are Regular 85c.
Made in a Style as Illustrated
Made of percale, in pink, light blue,
cadet and lavender, in checks and fig
Slip-over-the-head style, laced at
front, belted all around with or with
out sailor collar, finished with bias bind
ings. Fourth Floor.
Children's Tub Dresses
- In Sixes 7 to 14 Years.
Regular Prices to $3.50
Of soft plisse crepe, striped and plaid
ginghams and crepe ginghams, in pretty
This Sale $1.59
One style as illustrated.
In jacket effect, straight lines, Empire and
regulation styles yoke effects and collars. Trim
mings of pipings, embroidery, pique, buttons and
fancy ties. Fourth Floor.
Lowest Prices on
Bags and Suit Cases
$1.50 Matting Suit Case',
with lock and bolts, .
at . .$1.23
Extra heavy $9
Cowhide Suit Case. . . IpD.y)
$7.50 3-Piece Leather '
Bag, leather lined . . . $4.9 O
$2.25 Matting Suit Case,
steel frame, two straps, .
Trunk, with .straps. . .Ip.oU
Cowhide Bag, full leather
lined, lift catches.
Cane Case Suit Cases
of the best quality, beautifully
That range in price
from $6.00 to $10.00
New Shipment of the
PICTURE FRAMING TO ORDER, LOWEST PRICES,
HAYTI AGAIN QUIET
Rear-Admiral Caperton Sends
Force to Disarm Natives.
ARMY ORDERED TO DISBAND
United States Sends Keinforce
ments to American Expedition to
Arrive at Port an Prince on
WASHINGTON. Aug. 2. Rear-Ad-
mini runerton cabled from Port au
Prince, Hayti. today that ho waa co
operating with ryominent natives 01
the republic to .secure restoration of
. L ...nm.nr a commission of
lilt, (,U 1.1 11"...
Haytlens and an American officer have
been sent to Cape Haytlen. where the
Bobo revolution oriBinaiea. w oi
i.. ..ii... rH brinf the rival politi
cal leaders to Port au Prince for a gen
eral peace conference.
i Admiral Caperton'a message, dated
"Am sending on the Jason a. commis
sion to Cape Haytien composed of the
..i .....n t? ti Corrv n. S. N. :
ex. President Legitie. of Hayti; Arch
bishop Conan. General Polynice, ex
Mlnister Charles Zamor and Colonel
"My instructions to the commission
are to require the army In the north
..ii tn rilnhnnd and to return
to their homes. Leaders Blot and Bobo
to return to Port au f nnce witn me
commission and Join in a conference to
promote order in Hayti."
A later message from Admiral Cap
erton reported quiet at Port au Prince
Sunday night, following local dis
turbances Sunday nignt ana a ram on
Wesleyan Mission, where a native. "who
i I - nri.nnpr in the 1ail. Wftfl
..r.tri. What became of the fugitive
the dispatch did not say.
A guard ior tne rrencn issuon
i r.nm ffiA French cruiser Des
cartes at 7 o'clock this morning.
"The French Minister." a Navy De
partment statement said, "conveyed to
Rear-Admiral Caperton the thanks of
his government for the protection af
forded the French Legation by the
American landing force."
Secretary Daniels said, reinforce
ments for the American expedition
would arrive at Port au Prince on the
battleship Connecticut next Wednesday.
UNIONS TO AID PRISONERS
Labor Representatives Will Teacb
NEW TORK. Aug. 2. With the ap
proval of Samuel Gompers, president
of the American Federation of Labor,
representatives of labor organizations
have volunteered to send Instructors to
Sing Sing Prison to teach the prisoners
mAH,- mAthoHn nf man uf ac t urinar. The
move Is. In part, the outcome of a visit
which Mr. uompers ana several
leaders paid to the prison yesterday.
a kairlnnln? In trftinlnff1 the nrisoners
wlil be made In the garment and shoe
MOTORCYCLIST IS SUED
Vancouver Man Asks $2530 for
Personal Injuries in Accident.
VANCOUVER. Wash., Aug. 2. (Spe
cial.) John Kolzer has been made de
fendant In a suit in the Superior Court
by L. J. Archer, who asks $2530 dam
ages as a result of an accident.
Archer alleges Kolzer, with his mo
torcycle, frightened his horse, which
tipped over the buggy, causing injuries
which kept -him from working for four
months and giving his nervous system
a severe shock.
Greatest Medicine in the World
"There lever was and never
will be a greater medicine than
Chtmberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. I ad
vise all who read this to keep
it at hand. Do not suffer for
want of relief when Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy will ease you in
a few minutes," writes P. C
Windham, of Eden, La. The
uniform success of this remedy
and the quick relief it affords
has surprised and delighted
thousands of sufferers. .
Hot weather brings a host of annoy
ing skin troubles so quickly disposed
of by Poslam that a box ready at hand
is a necessity for Summer skin com
fort. Its overnight use will clear in
flamed skin, undue redness and many
For sunburn there is nothing better.
Used for mosquito bites, takes out tho
sting and poison. Stops itching and
drives away soreness.
Eczema, acne, tetter, psoriasis, and
all forms of itch are rapidly mastered
by this efficient remedy for every skin
Use Poslam Soap dally, for Toilet
and Bath, particularly if skin is tender
and other soaps irritate.
For samples, send 4c stamps to Emer
gency Laboratories, 32 West 25th St..
New York City. Sold by all Druggists.
An Easy Way to
Good Advice for Thin Folks
The trouble with most thin folks who
wish to gain weight is that they Insist oa
drugging their stomach or stuffing it with
greasy foods; rubbing on useless "flesh
creams, or -following some xoousn pnynesi
culture stunt, while the real cause of thin
ness goes untouched. You cannot get fat
until jour digestive tract assimilates tna
food you eat.
Thanks to a remarkable new selentlfio
discovery, it is now possible to combine Into
simple form the very elements needed by the
digestive organs to help them convert food
Into rich, fat-laden blood. This master
stroke of modern chemistry Is called Sargol
and has been termed the greatest of flesh
builders. Sargol alms through its regener
ative, reconstructive powers to coax the
stomach and Intestines to literally soak up
the fattening elements of your food and pass
them into the blood, where- they are car-
ried to every starved, broken-down cell and
tissue of your body. Tou can readily picture
the result when this amazing transformation
has taken place and you notice how your
cheeks fill out, hollows about your neck,
shoulders -and- bust disappear and you take
on from 10 to 20 pounds of solid, healthy
flesh. Sargol Is absolutely harmless, inex
pensive, efficient. All leading druggists of
Portland and vicinity have It and will re
fund your money if you are cot satisfied, as
per the guarantee found in every package.
Caution: While Sargol has given excel
lent results in overcoming nervous dyspep
sia and general stomach troubles. It should,
not be taken by those who 'do not wish to
gain la pound" or more. Adv.