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NEW ENGLAND AND CANADIAN GIRLS. WINNERS OF NEWSPAPER CONTEST WHO WERE IN
LIFETERMS GIVEN 2
ED Ofi CIIY
100 Pretty Girls cf All Cana
dian and New England
Types Pass Day Here.
Newbort Judoe' Metes Ou
THE BIORNING. OltEGONIAN. - SATURDAY. AUGUST 7, 1915.
Whether You Are or Not You
Will Need More
Every Single Shirt in the Entire
On Sale Today
Made in the Latest Summer Style,
of the Finest Materials, Strictly Tai
lored. 200. Summer Shirts
Punishment 24 Hours After
Crime Is Committed.
GOVERNOR MAKES ADDRESS
CULPRITS CONFESS' FULLY
Loral Prmoni Pro ride Sight-Seeing
Trip Over Portland for Tarty
Going to Valr as GanU fT
Big taMrrn wpaprrs.
There art 100 or them pretty. ca
pable. Intelligent rounf women f rom I
points between the rock-bound coast I
of New England to Manitoba. Canada. I
They are representatives of the various I
newspapers of the East, which awarded I
to Jhem the trip to the Panama-Pacific
Exposition for gaining the most sub-1
errtptlona to ths papers for which tbey I
worked. They arrived In Portland yes-
terday at :4 and will leave today at
o'clock for FlaveL where they will
take the steamer for Ssn Francisco.
They ars chaperoned by Mrs. O. L. I
Fklnner. a newspaper writer of Win
nipeg: Miss Beulab M. Spur, formerly I
of the faculty of Alma Ladles' College
of St. Thomas, snd Mrs. Ethel log
rah am. of Nashua. N". H. Ths man
ager of the trip Is E. 8. Secord. adver-
tislnc manager of the Montreal Dally I
The women, most of them young.
were met In Portland by Philip 8.1
Bates and several Portland women and I
taken on a sight-seeing trip over thel
city and to the British prison ship Suc
cess. In ths Portland harbor.
Com see Addresses Visitors.
Governor WIthycombe spoke briefly I
to the young women at the station on I
their arrival, and they gave blm
hearty ovation. They were then I
whisked to ths front of ths depot, where
they put on their best smiles for thel
Boston was the best represented city.
with :S girls. Detroit wss represented I
by a number of dashing, vivacious I
Mlsa Ethsl 'Welsh, of the Detroit I
Times, said, between broken, ecstatic I
laughs, that she thought Portland roses I
were the most wonderful flowers she I
had ever seen, and posed fr her pic
ture with some of Portland's choicest I
Caroline Testouts close to her beaming I
A 1 vlna Gallagher and Gwendolyn I
Newman, both quiet, serious-eyed rep
resentatives of the Montreal Dally Mall.
smiled warm, enveloping smiles, and
said they liked Portland "almost as
mnrh as Montreal."
Mae Mcintosh and Alice Goode. both
of Boston, ars truly Bostonese. and I
both are popular young women of thel
Of course there were so many others
that It would be Impossible to tell I
about all ths Individuals. There Is one I
gtrl. a dstnty littles Italian glrL who Is
a grand opera singer. The rest of the I
party didn't tlnd It out until they were I
far est on their Journey, and still
they are talking about the way Rossi
I'assssxa ssng ona of the arias from I
"La Boh me" op a starlight balcony
Oae la Wesaaa Meet.
There are women from almost every I
profession In the party. One woman I
haa 494 girls under her In-one of thel
large department atores la the East:
another Is a secret service agent, and I
still another is a happy, "slangy" but I
altogether adorable society girl, and I
from almost every city represented Is I
a school tescher.
"They don't profess to be beautiful.'
said one of the rbaperones. "but I ami
going to tell yon that tbey are every I
one capable, sensible and bright.".
The girls are all delighted with ths
trip. They say they have seen so much I
and heard so much about places that I
they haven't been able to eat or sleep.
ot a one has said she Is anxious to I
get back home, although there Is a
pensive Utile glrL Beatrix Smith, of
Holland. Manitoba, who Is to be married
beptember . who looks things.
There Is mnch good-natured rivalry
between the Canadlsn girls and thoss
from "the tsUtes." This was evidenced
last night, when, after the orchestra
at the Oregon Urlll had finished play
ing a medley of patriotic airs and all
gooa Americans csme to their feet In
"The Star Spangled Banner" the Ca
nadian girls all arouse and of one
voice sang "God fUve The King." Not
to be outdone, the valiant United States
girls took op the air and brought
roars of cheers from other diners on
After the girls had Inspected the
British prison ship last night they
were a aen to tn chamber of Com
merce by Henry Bergner and shown
motion pictures of the Columbia River
This brought exclamations of gen
nine d.llcht from the girls who de
' " ' mey ama seen notning mors
wonderrui. snd expressed a keen de
cide to see the highway really.
The party will be In San Francisco
about a week and will then return to
inetr nomas in the East.
The Joy makers of the trip are two
lively youngsters who pose ss mascots
Frank Secord and Wallace Farquhar-
son. ooin or ji on treat.
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Alice Goode, Boston, M.. 3) Ethel
Welah. Detroit, Mlch. (4) The Girls,
More Than lOO of Them, at the
Depotf S Alvtna Gallagher, of Moa
treal, and Goveraor Wlthycombei (6)
Gwendolyn ."Newman, of Montreal!
7) Alvlaa Gallagher, Montreal, ajtd
Her W Inning Smile.
STREET EXTENSION ASKED
rroro-d Opening of East Water Is
Oppowd by Com mis loner.
A petition from the East Side Box!
Bess Men's Club, asking for the open-
... v, i.ji aier street rum East
Ash street to the Burnslde-street
bridge, and also one from the Commis
sion of Public Docks, urging the open
ing of the same street from East Ash
street to East Ankeny street, will come
up for consi deration before the Coun
cil at Its meeting next Wednesday
Commissioner Dieck. of the Depart
ment of Public Works, win report
against the granting of the petitions.
Mr. Dieck says It would be difficult
to finance the extension and that the
street would be dangerous, as It would
psss through the Southern Pacific
MAGNETIC DEPOSIT FOUND
Coosa 1 -General la British Columbia
OREGOXIAV NEWS BUREAU. Wash
Ington. Aug. . Uagneslte. one of the
moet valuable or the noometalllo min
erals, has been found In large quanti
ties along the shore of Lake Atlln. In
Northeastern British Columbia, accord
ing to a report from Consul-General
K. E. Mansfield, at Vancouver, la his
report on the discovery Mr. Mansfield
"Seven claims have been located by
Vancouver parties, and plans are be
ing made for working the deposits. The
ore la shown by analyst to be excep
tionally pure, running as high ss la
per cent In magnesium carbonate. The
world'a aupply haa so far come from
California. Greece and Austria. On ac
count of the war ths latter source Is
cut off. and since this was the most im
portant, there Is an extraordinary de
mand for the mineral that British Co
lumbia soon will be In a position to
"Msgnesite consists of msgnesls, 41
per cent, and carbon dioxide, 63 per
cent, and Is used, after calcination, to
make bricks for refractory furnace
lining, nonconductlve covering for
steam pipes, boilers, etc Msgneslum
salts, especially the sulphates, are used
in the arts and In medicines, also In
the paper Industry, and In connection
with the pulp industry of this province.
This new discovery msy prove to be
of special value, since the chief value
of the spruce forests In British Co
lumbia Is in their paper-making possi
buttles, and the fact that magnesia
necessary to the manufacture of a fin
ished product is right at handy may re
sult in greatly increasing the Import'
ance of the pulp Industry."
Americans Prepare Way
Invade World's Markets.
BUNCO MAN IS FINED $5
Vancouver Police Clilef Is Accosted
With Sen Game.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Aug. .(Spe
cial.) An Itinerant bunco man. Will
Robertson, tried a new gsme here yes
terday, and as a result he paid the city
ti and costs, having tried it on Elmer
Barbeau. chief of police, who was In
plain clothes at the time.
Robertson's gsme was to pick up a
two-carat Imitation diamond ring just
ss a prosperous-looking man psssad on
the sidewalk. Ha would pick It up so
that the passerby could see what a
fine ring It was and then remark "Just
my luck to find a diamond ring when
what I need is ZS cents to get a meal.
Say. Mister, what will you give me for
Yamhill Commissioner Appointed.
M'MIN.WILLK. Or., Aug. .(Spe
cial.) The County Court today ap
pointed William Gunning, a farmer of
the Bellevue district, to fill the unex
pired term of Fred C Sltton. County
Commissioner, who died recently. Mr.
Gunning was a candidate at the Re
publican primaries but was detested by
Commissioner Allison. Judge Dodaon
also is a Republican. Democrats sup
ported Elmer Campbell lor the vacancy.
LARGE PLANS OUTLINED
Soeclal Government Agents to Be
bout to Markets Heretofore Don
lasted by Europe to Study
Conditions In Detail. '
WASHINGTON. Aug. . A flying
squad of Government commercial scouts
will prepare the way for an invasion
of world markets heretofore domlnsted
by Europe, Under plans perfected to
day by Dr. E. E. Pratt, chlsf of the
Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Com
merce. agents will be sent to South
America, Africa. Australia and the Far
East, covering practically ins wnoie
world except the European war area.
their reports to be submitted to Ameri
Juan Horns and Frank IL Von Motx
will make a world-wide Investigation
of the market for agricultural imple
ments. Homs startins In South Africa
and covering Australia and probably
the Far East. Von Mots will cover the
South American Continent. The Investi
gation will take nearly a year.
Special Stadles to Be Made,
Special agents also will be sent to
study the furniture and wearing ap
parel mark eta In Latin-America, sup
plementing work now In progress In
the Far East.
Special Agent Edwin M. Borchsrd
already has begun an exhaustive in
vestigation of the commercial laws of
South America and will draft a worn-
ng manual of the legal conditions est
business In every country on the south
Special Agent Walter Fischer. In
vestigating the fruit markets In South
America, now Is touring fruit districts
of the United States to determine the
possibilities of export trade. Special
Agent R. M. Odell Is In China studying
the cotton goods market, with particu
lar reference to Japsnese competition,
while F. H. Smith is preparing a world
review of the lumber industry.
Feasibilities e Be Shawm.
To supplement this work. Commercial,
Agent Rose will visit all parts of the
United States and confer with com
mercial organizations, manufacturers
and merchants, telling of the develop
ment work in progress. Later a travel
ing sgent will follow him and devote
his time to pointing out the possibili
ties of the South American markets.
In the last fiscal year the Commerce
Bureau has handled nearly 6000 trade
opportunities which resulted directly
in exports 01 aDout Ji2b.uoo.U00.
NEW GENERAL COMMANDS
France Supplants Wounded Leader
of Army at Dardanelles.
PARIS, Aug. 6. An official report
given out by the French War Office
"The government has decided to re
place General H J. E. Gouraud, com
mander of the French expeditionary
force at the Dardanelles, by General
Sarrall, who hss been named commander-in-chief
of the army of the Orient.".
General Gouraud was In the fighting
on the Gsllipoll Peninsula and it was
found necessary to amputate one of his
arms. He was described as suffering
also from fractures of the right thigh
and the left leg.
Tllleunook and Oklahoma. Men Way
lay Sirs. R. H. Lakln, of Lincoln
Count-, Robbing- and Mal
treating Her In Woods.'
NEWPORT. Or, Aug. 6. (Special.)
Twentv-'four hours after having way
i,H anil mistreated Mrs, R. R. Lakln,
aged 19. of Blodgett, near Chltwood
yesterday, Charles Reynolds, 17, of
TiiIm. Okla.. and Frank Jones, 28, of
Tillamook. Or., were sentenced today
to life imprisonment in the penitentiary
by Judge Hamilton.
The two men committed the crime at
3 o'clock yesterday arternoon ana were
captured at 7 o'clock. They were ar
raigned before the grand Jury at
Toledo this morning, made a voluntary
confession of guilt and were sentenced
at S o'clock this afternoon.
The men were Indicted on two
counts, one of attack on Mrs. Lakln
and the other of assault and robbery
with Intent to kill.
Mrs. Lakin was riding . on norse-
hack alone from Nashville, her home.
in Toledo early yesterday when sne
wa first acoostea ay me iwo men
They asked her to stop and eat lunch
with them. She declined and pro
Woman Gasnced and Bound.
On her wav back In the afternoon
she was again accosted by Reynolds
nd Jones. This time they drew re
volvers, forced her to dismount ana
then marched her before them into tne
woods, leading her horse. Once in se
elusion they gagged, bound and robbed
her, after which they subjected her to
Indignities at their leisure.
Finally the two men lert Mrs. iaxin.
still bound, and proceeded leisurely on
their way, thinking she could not set
herself free. Mrs. Lakln .did tree ner.
self, however, and dragged herself to
the road, where she fell unconscious
snd was found later by William B,
Harnett, of Independence, who carried
her In his auto to Chltwood.
As soon as Mrs. Lakin could tell her
story. Sheriff Bert Geer was notified.
and with a posse went in search of the
assailants. The men meanwhile had
been arrested by farmers, and though
both were still armed they offered no
resistance. When turned over to the
Sheriff and questioned closely they ad
mltted their guilt.
Farmers Threaten Lynching:.
Sheriff Geer started at once for
Toledo with his prisoners,, and at one
place was forced to drive at full speed
through a crowd of men who had
gathered, and who were threatening
summary vengeance. After guarding
his prisoners overnight the Sheriff took
them today before Circuit Judge Ham
ilton, the grand Jury, which was in
session, having meanwhile indicted
them on charges of attack and assault
with intent to kin.
After a scathing denunciation of the
pair. Judge Hamilton sentenced them
to 20 years imprisonment on the at
tack charge and to life on the charge
of assault with intent to kill.
The prisoners showed not the slight
est trace of emotion wbll in court,
and paid little attention to what the
udge said to them.
Judge Hamilton declared It was a
decided compliment to the citizens of
Lincoln County that the law had been
allowed to take Its course.
While Mrs. Lakln's condition was re
ported serious tonight, it was con
sidered that she was out of danger. Her
husband is a blacksmith, employed on
Logger's Widow' Gets Pension.
SALEM. Or.. Aug. 6 (Special.) The
State Industrial Accident Commission
today set aside $6880.86 for the widow,
S7S2.44 for one son, $599.06 for one
daughter and $523.96 for another son
of Thomas E. Winn, killed while work
ing for the Big Creek Logging Com
pany, Portland. The money will be
lent at 4 per cent interest, the interest
to pay the pensions of the widow and
children. Mrs. Winn is estimated to
have a life expectancy of 36 years and
TARIFF ADVISERS CHOSEN
All Lines of Industry to Be Repre
sented on Committee.
That Were $1.50
On Sale Today
No better shirts were ever made to sell at
$1.50. Full sizes, with all lengths of sleeves.
tailored in the best possible manner. Made with soft bosom and French
cuffs, of fine madras, crystal cloth and soft flannel mixtures, in all the
latest stripes and figures.
The Popular New 1
Sports Shirts, Sale J
Everywhere else these shirts sell from $1.35 up. We have the
largest, best assortment in the city. Handsome combination stripes,- also
plain white, of madras and soisette. Made with the comfortable new
convertible collars that can be .worn open or closed. All sizes.
. , First Floor
$2.00 FINE LISLE GLOBE UNION SUITS
! SPECIAL $1.65
Full-bleach, white lisle suits, splendid fitting and excellent wear
ing. With long or short sleeves, ankle length. First Floor.
Because We Are Discontinuing Our Men's
Every Pair of Men's Shoes
Now Reduced to Two Sale Prices
For Men's Shoes
That Have Sold
Regularly to $6.00
For Men's Shoes
That Have Sold
Regularly to $4.00
INCLUDING EVERY NEW STYLE, BOTH HIGH AND
LOW SHOES. Basement
Mail and Telephone Orders Filled by Expert Shoppers
Pacific Phone Marshall 5000 Home Phone A6691
an expert commission to aajusi me
tariff on a business rather than a polit
ical 'basis were announced here today.
They are John Mitchell, laDor leader
and chairman of the State Industrial
Commission of New York : F. D. Coubrn.
Agricultural Commissioner or Kansas;
A. P. Grout, of Illinois, president of the
National Alfalfa iirowers Association;
Warren S. Stone, president of the
CHICAGO, Aug. 6. Six members of Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers:
. . . n I I IL TT. 1 n TTrt Jin
an advisory committee oi repre- i vv. u. nuaiu, ca-uuoiuw ui . .
sentatives of all lines of industry, to sin, and Mrs. Samuel B. Sneath, of
aid the Tariff Commission League in Tiffin, O., first vice-president of the
its work of financing a propaganda for N.tlonal Federation of Women's Clubs.
The other members of the advisory
committee will be named in a few
weeks and active work begun. Suf
ficient funds to enable the commission
to carry on its work for at least nine
months have already been subscribed.
"The groom's suspenders," says the Joliut
Herald News, "had been carefully embroi
dered 70 years before by his grandmother
fur his grandfather's wyildlng day."
They Tell Their Neighbors.
The best advertisement of
any is a pleased and 'satisfied
customer. He tell his neigh
bors' and it spreads. Satisfied
customers is the stronghold
of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy.
There are thousands of them
all over the United Stales and
in foreigrn countries. The let
ters they Write show that they
are not only satisfied, but
greatly pleased and grateful
tor the benefits they have re-.
ceived. .It only costs a quarter.
Ko 13 of a Series
"The brightest caddie of them all,"
The golfer says, as one who knows.
"He sticks to business and the ball."
And so, once more his income grows.
"Sticking to business" is, after all, the secret of Alexander's
success. It will be the secret of yours. So, if you don't happen
to have a savings account, don't lose any time in opening one.
Then, if you stick to business you will see the road to success grad
ually, but none the less certainly, straighten out before you.
Stamp Tio. 14 Will Be Released Today.
Northwestern National Bank
Sixth and Morrison Streets