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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. FRIDAY AUGUST 13, 19IS.
ALUMNAE PARTY DUE
College Women to Arrive in
HOSTESSES ARE CHOSEN
femtM or Party Prominent la
durational World Will BaTakeo
a Automobile Trip and Other
Ijitertalnment I Planned. '
' A distinguished delegation of college
aroraea will arrive In Portland to
algat at 10:30 when the special
. . .I.- ik Vataarn Valerate to
iriui trcmi m -
. v - I . 1 rnnviulLon off thS COI
legtata Alumna, which recently closed
Ib !.a FrsnclKOt win ra-
The Portland Aoclatlon of Colle
.i ... fc . . lalee-ranlled an In
citation for the visitors to b their
guests n an automobile trio Satur
day. After a tour of the ,lty and
i ... wn v n t A the
su cures, me " -
i.t -!., k ia bm rtlctarea of tne
ommvriMi .. .
Colombia River Highway and other
a 1. - tirl AM . V P ft 1 ODft
prominence In tho ejucatlonal world:
Mrs. men Fill renit"n. prvameni
Weltealey College: Miss Caroline 1
... w rmhriHtf Mass ores
eent f tho National association, and
Mi Vlda Hunt rrancta. 01 raiiHu
wi .... v. i iM-rrunr. Tbe col
lezea represented will be Michigan.
Indiana. t-nlcaso, xkwioo. w
. - I nun North West
re, Boston Technology. Colombia,
Brown. Rjicllffe and Bryn Mawr.
Breakf-iK will be served with the
i . 1 i kmmik r.r th association as
I or...,. -. - -
hostess. Tho headquarters for tbe
eollrse women wtu oe ai m x.i.
Multnomah. A committee of Portland
women will meet mo parry.
Members of the committee are Mrs.
Tascart. Mrs Robert C. French. Mr
licence X. Woodley. Mrs. James B.
Kerr Miss Frank Towslee. Miss Kmma
tirlebel. president of tho Fortland
. f . Cm 1 1 foro ta. and will
meet tho delegates In the convention
city. Mrs. 1 rencn was prm-mr
dent but resigned on account of 111-
In family. "
Tho members of the party are:
)IH imwI Alden. summit. K. J.; Ml
t., gl twaoeti. Allvajiy. S. T.: Miss Cmrv
l. r. lurse. T y. N. T: -re. Joha T.
Firs. TroT. .X T. Mies Msrxoerlte Hlnre.
Tr" N T. : VIM Kllnore rllla. ABM 'Ola.
f-naa!: Mlsa l-ae BrewMlL NP"rt, M, U:
U, r,an raimartna. misnsee. Wla.; Mies
Ka caaanln. H.aron.t. Mass.: Viae Rata
L OHO. Maiden. Mass: Mw Laura
awl. Urns laiaad. K. Y ; Mlas Ass Cai
Wr TtI Horn Smith Coil.r. Noruumf
ma !ass - Mws tMrvthr twnlB. Kw
taa. 100 a. : MUs Tanee K. Durmnd.
MUwsih. W: Vle Lula lirsui,
j4,w nana. Coob.: Miss Katherjne Farmaia.
j,w itaa C"a.: Mte vida Hoot rraneis.
rhitaJlpMa. Miss Ruth B. Frsnklln.
r.-rt. R. t: Mi- Marar.t A, TI-"d.
M:lsak. Wis.: Miss rrer1r ft. Oll
Wi Br)lln. M: M. Frwlr1-k A.
:iiN.ri. Brooklme. Majis ; Mr William T.
Hall. Rrsn'ioa. I!L: Miss Elraoor HsIU
ar"lon. 111.; Mla ITlcs Hamilton. A.banr.
T Miss MIMrMi llotchklsa. Guilford,
t on. -' Miss Caroline U. Mumpnrr. National
vrMfUot. rambr12e. JIs: Mia Katbor
loe P Jes. ilos. Mass.: Miss Louise
jo.phl. ftidrtill. Conn.; Mlie 10a A.
lienor, rhiis'lelphia: Miss Jane M. Km.
riiisbors: Miss Katharine Lan Roskarr.
Ilajaa,; MUs Kbl K Lonsnrad. Homer-
lllo. Mais: 3lls Jiary 1
T Miss :raro PL McLean. Xlssham
t'n. N. T.; MU Aih-e I. Mumford. Prol
eor. R. I : M-. Lasra L Norton. Chl
easo; Mue Mr O'Connor. Ruck lalaad. IIL;
Vin CKW M. PSIna. Cambrltlse, Msas.;
MM K1Ib T. Pnoluo. WeHosloy, Mass.;
Mirs Orra R. Perrr. Nr lliwi. ConB.:
Mi Kaissrlno K. Punrs n, oormantowa.
Ta Mw Vartoo kl-IlT. Br- Mswr.
ps : Mua Klro Robortsna. ralurrmta.
s. r ; Mls Callne Ruols-lt". Orosnch.
runs.: VM Eia Simon. Danport. Ia.:
HI Urn rranctM A. Fmlin. Broofcljo. N. Y. :
MUs Kllaaoolb Border. Ardarare. Pa.; Miss
Faaaa P. Swlntnrn. Newport. R. I : Mus
Vary I ph.-n, Troy. N. Y. : H A. Vpham.
, Troi. N. Y. : Mrs. Kllxaboth Whliney. Now
I I.Tn. rrna.: Mrs. Pmnrls WhllBey. New
tlxew. rona: Mlso Ms.1-.lln R. Zarbr.
Ttraeford. Cvibb.: Mlsa Mrlrn Robertson.
Ksnnsbunkport. Ma: Miss Henna Vaoshn
Mrrvk. Hallowrll. Ms : Miss Ethel lodl.
Bolaiont. Mass.: Miss Rllsabeth D. Palmer.
1er laiand. Me.; Miss Mabel M. usfood.
Oak park. III.
BEATTY IS VICE-ADMIRAL
Victor In Tne Sew Hartley rromotrd
XJOSVOX. An. 1!. Tho Official Oa
aette aanouncea today that Mir Pavld
peatty haa been promoted to bo a Vlce
AdmtraL fir Is v1d Beatty. durlnv the present
war. commanded the British fleet which
In August. 1)14. sank four German
warship off Heligoland and woa a
victory orer a German squadron la the
North fea the foilowlna; January, la
this latter fight the German cruiser
Illuecher was sunk.
Viee-Admiral Beatty Is only 43 years
eld and tho youasoat officer erer pro
rooted to tho rank of Vlce-Adralral In
tho British navy. II wife formerly
vii r.dith Field, a daughter of the late
Blarshsll Field, of Chicago.
LETTER OF DEAD RECEIVED
Ic9agr Conrincc Coroner Thai Ja
cob Tbclslnigcr Is Suicide.
OREGOX CITT. Or, Aug. 11 (Spe
cial.) "I would have been pleased to
have stayed here.- were the last words
c-f Jacob Tbeislmger. whoso body was
tonnd In tho canyon or tbe Abernathy
Sunday. Tho letter, which was received
today by Attorney C SchucbeL con
vincva Coroner Hempstead that Thels-Ims-er's
wound was self-inflicted.
The letter I In German and, trans
"Mr. Schuebel: My contract aad deed
are In tie National Bank about my
place on Nob Hill, block i. Sister and
brother In Little Ferry. X. J. I am
.from KhelnphaU Boyern. Germany. I
'have a mother and ai.-ter there. Best
ye yards. Please Rive photo and money
to John Keisburger. I would have been
pleased to have stayed here."
81 MILLION GRAIN ESTIMATE
Northern Pacific Is Preparlnx to
Jfandle Northwest Crop.
SPOKANE. Wash, Aug. 13. (Spe
cial. ) The Northern Pacific Railway
contemplate handling tl.0U0.00i bush
els of grain of all kinds over Its ays
tem this year, according; to J. M. Han
naford. president of the road, who ar
rived on a special train today with a
party of officials.
GOVERNOR PfWSES TARS
aval Jlilltla Is Commended for
Miovtlnx at Sea.
Member of the Oregon Naval Militia
re highly praised by Governor Withy,
combo for the remarkable shooting and
bos.ua g- recoi4" mad during- tbe recent
cruise aboard the United states cruiser
Albany. In a letter sent Wednesday to
Adjutant-Oeneral White. Governor
Withycombe went with tbe militiamen
as far as Astoria and got a glimpse
of their work.
"I shall appreciate It," ays the Gov.
ernor In his letter. "If you will convey
to LJeu tenant-Comma Oder Blair and
the officers aad men of the Oregon
Naval Militia my great satisfaction In
lbs most excellent record which they
established on the cruise just com
pleted. I am highly pleased not only
with tha splendid results of the com
petitive target practice off Port
Angeles, but also with tha report con
ce rnina; the first stage of the cruise
riven me by'Mr. Put man. who arcorrss
panied the Albany as tar as can .Fran
cisco. "The spirit of industrious, enthusias
tic Interest In tbe work at band Is
most commendable, and I want tbe
officer and men of the militia to
understand that as ex-offlclo chief of
the state's force I am keenly alive to
what haa been done and what may be
done. I hope that the spirit of tbe
Albany erals may be carried on
throughout the year, and you and the
members of the militia may rest as
sured that In so far a I am able I shall
be more than glad to co-operate In
building; op both branches of our state's
defensive organisation to the most effi
cient point possible."
OREGON CITY IS READY
PROGRAM MB FOR COiGRESME
IS COMPLETED BT CLIB.
Brewklaat. Trip la ateasaer and TUit
Abeat Twwa Are Arraagred oa
Arrival of Coasaslttee.
OREOO.V CITT. Or, Aug;. 12. (Spe
cIsX) M. D. Latourette. secretary of
the Commercial Club. Wednesday com
pleted arrangements to entertain the
rivers and harbor committee of Con
gress August 1. bat when he received
additional Information from tha Port
land Commercial Club today he was
forced to drop his original plans and
arrange a new programmo for tbe vis
Itora. T. W. Sullivan, president of the
Commercial Club. Is out of the city.
Tha party of Congressmen with dele
gates from Salem. Portland aad Van
couver Commercial clubs will arrive in
Oregon City at (:33 o'clock Wednes
dsy morning over the Southern Pacific.
The party will be met with automobiles
and taken to tbe Commercial Club
building, where breakfast will be
served, fwom the clubrooms the Tlar
Itora will go to the basin on the east
side of the river above the falls, where
on of tne fleet of tho Willamette Nav
igation Company will be waiting for
The Congressmen will Inspect the
locks thoroughly before leaving for
Portland on the steamer.
Tbe following committee was today
appointed to receive the party: O. D.
Kby. M. IX Latourette. Judge U. a An
derson. Judge G. U. Dlmlck. W. A.
Huntley. K. K. Brodle. E. R. Brown.
Lloyd Riches. George A. Harding. Linn
K. Jones. E. Kennetn Stanton, ri. a.
Swafford. C 1L Caufteld. U Adams. C,
LX Latourette. A. IL Jacobs. W. P. Haw
ley. Sr.. T. W. Sullivan. B. T. MeBaln.
T. L. Charm n, Frank Busch. Dr. H. 8.
Mount. Dr. C. H. Melssner. Dr. C. M.
Strickland. A. A. Plica, George H. Ban-
non. C H. Dy. J. J. Cooke, ur. L A.
Morris. C O. Huntley. Percy Caufleld.
If. K. William, J. n. Hedge ana u.
ELECTION IS TOMORROW
Greaham Annexation Inane Expected
to Toll Big Majority.
G RES HAM. Or, Aug. 11 (Special.)
The fourth municipal election for the
annexation of new territory to the cor
porate limits Of tha Town of Gresham
will be held tomorrow, the polls open
ing at 1 P. M. and remaining open until
7 P. M. About SO acres will be added
to the town If the election carries, and.
from tbe sentiment displayed. It is cer
tain to carry by a large majority.
This election, like the other three.
was the result of the desire for Bull
Run water, which could not be ob
tained by those outside the elty limits.
There will be two polling places, one
for the north part of town and one for
th south, tha same as used in county
and state elections.
The boards for the two precincts are:
PrecincL 30s. Murphy building; Judges.
I. W. MeUger. C E. Rusher, w. iv.
Hamilton: clerks. "George Metxger.
Fred Todd. Precinct 309. City Hall;
Judges. G. W. WonacotL J. C. Peterson.
Mrs- II. U St. Clair: clerks, Inex
Lusted. Roy Kern. Gresham will be
nearly three times as large aa wnen
first Incorporated it this election car
ries. UNION OFFICIAL IS DINED
President of Plsoto-Engravers and
rrlntlns Trades Visits) City.
Matthew Wo 11. of Chicago, presi
dent of the International Photo-En
gravers' Union, and also of tbe Inter
national Printing Trades Association
arrived In Portland Wednesday. He Is
accompanied by three other members
of th International i'noio-r.ngravers
L'nlon: Lewis A. Schwarts. secretary
treasurer; Peter J. Brsdy, first vice
president, and Henry F. Schmai. sec
ond vice-president. They are on th
way to Sao Francisco to attena toe in
Yesterday the visiting officials were
given a dinner at the Chamber or
Commerce by the Employing i-noto-Engravers'
Association. This morning
they will be taken over the Columbia
Highway and later tney win leave ior
WIFE SUES JAILED SPOUSE
Mrs. J alia Faulkner Ak Divorce
After Husband Is Retarned.
OREGOV CITT. Or, Aug. 12. (Spe
cial.) Julia Faulkner, wife of Grover
Faulkner, who was arrested In Colo
rado with their (-months-old child and
Is now bound over to the grand Jury,
has filed a suit for divorce, alleging
cruel and Inhuman treatment. Attor
neys George C. Brownell and Charles T.
Elevers are representing Mrs. Faulkner.
Sine Faulkner's relatives refused to
release tbe child. Mrs. Faulkner left
for Grand Junction, fought for the child
In court, won over Faulkner's brother
and la now on her way to Oregon. .
GOEBEN IS TORPEDOED
Renamed Cruiser Reported Ashore
in Creek Near Boephoras.
LONDON. Aug. 13. A dispatch to the
Dally Telegraph from Athens says the
Turkish cruiser Goeben. renamed Sul
tan Seilm after her purchase from Ger
many by Turkey, has been torpedoed
by an allied submarine near th Boa
phorua. Tbe dispatch adds that the crew suc
ceeded In running the cruiser aground
in a narrow creek, where workmen now
are building a dike all around her tu
enable repairs to be made.
SHOTS EI1D QUARREL
Clarke County Man Kills Wife,
Wounds Self, Dies Later.
WOMAN LEAVES CHILD OF 3
Camper-Slayer, Thought to Have
Chance to Live, is Hashed to Ho
pltal at Vancouver, bat Suc
rambs on Way.
. ft Vi-V-IT-fT4 T TtToah Alts'. If. (SPB
.1.1 xr- xr.ivin rimnfller was killed.
and Melvtn Chandler, her husband, was
fatally wounded in a inoouni
about 7 o'clock last evening near aiouiu
PleaaanL Chandler diea on tne way
kUD I1UPH i
According to reports receivea nere.
Chandler shot Bis wire ana nimseii mi
. M.i. -pal It snnuri the COUPl
were living in a tent near the Clarke
County line, while on a risning trip.
The man. It Is said, entered the tent
. , ft-.. 1 1 K.t rifle and fired.
striking Mrs. Chandler In the back.
She died Instantly, cnanaier men sua.
himself near the heart.
Tk. el-.t ernn notified Wll Dr. H.
W. Clearwater, of Washougal. who was
called to attend tne injurea maiw xxi
. - - ei.. . r. thmirht fataL bu
after the application of emergency
treatment he appeared to nave m coun
A motor ambulance was nt out
from the hospital here aoout ciuc
... k.t. in f K . wrAundod man. City
Attorney J. O. Blair, accompanied by
tv fi.tr w m Johnson and
i'ui ti . . -w v . -
U 11 McCurdy. left at the same time
i2.mil- run to -eoum riiuaui
to investigate the affair.
Both persona lived In the vicinity of
Washougal for year. Each was about
.. .. Tk. Aoarl woman had
a S-year-old child by a former mar
riage. The Chandlers were marnea
two years ago. Mrs. cnanaior
maiden name was Christine r ah.
a nnrfoetakep want out from Van
couver to return the body of the slain
DAT OF FROLIO PASSED AS VEST
Or OAKS MANAGER.
Chutes Is Free ta All aad Races Add to
Jovealle Excitement Proaslaeat
Women Aid la Programme.
Five thousand odd Portland young
sters Joined Wednesday in celebrating
the second weekly children's day at
They ranged In ace from seven
months, the ase each of Leava and Eva
Lenwood. of R. F. D. No. 1, Lents. Or.,
to those who managed possibly to
shade the li-year limit by a few
months. The park was free to all
children. The chutes was' run all day
free for them also. Children's day Is
a Wednesday feature at The Oaks.
While the Lenwood twins radiated
Infantile happiness from tho confines
of a baby buggy, hundreds of other
youngsters raced from one end of the
park to the other the entire day.
The winners of races:
Boys over 10, William Keenan: boys
under 10. Glen Zimmerman: girls over
10, Sophia Turns; girls under 10, Helen
A race that excited every little one
present, a slipper race in which the
shoes were tangled up and each child
had to untangle hers and race to the
tape, was won by Martha Gibson.
A number of prominent women as
sisted In making the day successfuL
During the day the members of the
Women's Auxiliary, of Scout Young
Camp, No. 3. United Spanish War Vet
erans, held their annual picnic gather
ing. FAIR TO CLOSE ON TIME
Lcarrd Ground Mast Be Vacated as
SAX FRANCISCO. Aug. 12. (Spe
cial.) The Panama-Paciflo Interna
tional Exposition will close on its
scheduled date. December 4. regardless
of the desire of the local directors or
Importunities from many sections of
the country that the big show be kept
open another year.
This was definitely settled today
when President Charles C Moore tele
graphed to the Salt Lake Commercial
Club that an extension of the exposi
tion was Impossible.
Inability to remain in possession of
the land on which th exposition Is
built and lack of appropriations of for
eign governments and states were
give as reasons for the refusal to con
tinue the exposition city longer than
the period originally allotted.
One of the strongest requests that It
b kept open another year came from
the Salt Lake Commercial Club follow
ing the return of Governor Spry, of
Utah: President Joseph Hmlth, of tbe
Mormon Church, and other prominent
residents of the state who recently vis
ited tbe exposition. The Salt Lake or
ganisation desired to start a big cam
paign among cities west of the Missis
sippi River asking that the exposition
be continued, putting forth the argu
ment that the European war and the
unsettled financial conditions of the
country had prevented many people
from carrying out their plans to visit,
the fair and the Pacific Coast for the
first time. It is believed that many
of these would find a way during the
coming year to com West. -
President Moore said tonight that as
much as th plan appealed to the di
rector and himself, it was impossible.
DR. TALBOT OFF TO SPAIN
Portland Church Rector Hopes
Change or Scenes Will Aid Health.
A letter was received yesterday by
Walter H. Evans. District Attorney,
from Rev. Henry Russell Talbot, rector
of St. David's Episcopal Church here,
on the ere of his departure from New
York for Spain. Dr. Talbot said he and
Mrs. Talbot were visiting Europe "in
the hope that a change of scene and
freedom from responsibility may bring
my random nerve into proper rela
tion." Dr. Talbot said In hi letter, accord
ing to Mr. Evan, that It probably
would be some time before he re
covered hi former robust health suf
ficiently to return to Portland.
PUBUC MARKET IS UPHELD
Commissioner Blgelow Says City
Thst attacks on the publlo market
by memuers of the Retail Grocers'
Association are unwarranted, is the
assertion of Commissioner Blgelow,
who has charge of th market. Mr.
Blgelow says tbe market has been op
erated at a profit to the city rather
than at the publlo expense and haa had
Important effect In holding down pro
"The popularity of the market.'
said Commissioner Blgelow, "Is best
evidenced by the great number of
buyera who throng tbe market daily.
Statements to the effect that It is a
burden on the taxpayers are entirely
without foundation because the cost of
the present market sheds, which are of
a semi-permanent nature, was In round
figures about 18800. of which amount
about $3300 was paid by property own
ers abutting on the market. For the
first eight months of tbe present fiscal
year the recelDts of this market exceed
the operating expense by spproxtmately
"It would be unreasonable to suppose
that there would not be some violations
of the market law the same as all other
laws. The fact that we have securea
In the neighborhood of thirty con
victions upon which-fines have been
Imposed ranging to 150 In some cases,
should be strong evidence of a desire
and a determination to enforce the
"Prices In the public market have
been low. Of this there can be no ques
tion. The fact that they have been low
there has been responsible, undoubt
edly, for low prices Jn the general mar
ket. It haa been difficult for the out
side markets to hold prices very much
higher than the prices maintained in
the. public market."
PASTQRSTAYS ON STAGE
MR. GORMAN TO FILL ENGAGEMENT
AT SEATTLE NEXT WEEK.
Permanent Cow tract Being Considered
by "Slaglag Paraea." Who Says
Ministers Encourage Bias.
Frank W. Gorman. "Tbe Singing
Parson." pastor of Atkinson Memorial
Church, whose appearance on the stage
of the Empress Theater last week at
tracted so much attention, will take
another flight into vaudeville. On Sun
ray night, at 11 o'clock. Mr. Gorman
will leave for Seattle to till a week's
engagement at Pantages Theater In
He is considering a permanent en
gagement, having just received a flat
Mr. Gorman, who posesses a rich.
sympathetic) tenor voice, sang at sev
eral concerts and entertainments given
for charitable affairs, and his voice at
tracted the attention of vaudeville man-
agers who besieged him with offers.
To augment his income ana De in a
position to help his parents, he went
on at the Empress and was an Instant
success. Veterans in vaudeville work
urged him to remain In the business.
"I shall come back to settle up my
affairs here In case I do sign the pend
ing contract," said Mr. Gorman yester
day. It Is probable that the Rev.
George Paddack will occupy the pulpit
on Sunday. August 23, but Mr Gorman
will preach this Sunday morning.
Mr. Gorman say that he baa re
ceived letters of encouragement from
prominent ministers and business men
all over California and Oregon, and all
urge him to go on with his "gospel of
JOINT RATES CANCELED
Union Pacific Need Not Continue
Rio Grande Arrangement.
OREGONTAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington, Aug. 12. The Interstate Com
merce Commission today autnorixea
tha Union Pacific Railroad to cancel
Joint through passenger fares now in
effect In connection with Denver &
Rio Grande, between points in Oregon
Short Line territory and points east
of Denver. The territory served by
the Oregon-Washington Railroad &
Navigation Company Is not affected by
the proposed changes, and no restric
tions are proposed which will deny to
Oregon travelers the privilege of going
East by either route, and travelers
westbound whose destination is
beyond Huntington may go by either
route on the same fare.
The Commission finds it has no au
thority under section 15 of the Inter
state commerce act to compel -a con
tinuation of the Joint through passen
ger fares which have been In effect
for 20 years, especially In view of the
fact that the Union Pacific system Is
more direct and has a faster and more
frequent train service, and the fact
that the Union Pacific gets the short
haul where passengers elect to go from
Denver to Ogden by tbe Denver & Rio
CARRAXZA DISAPPROVES MOVE
Message to Lansing Gives Warning
WASHINGTON. Aug. 12. General
Carransa. through his Washington
gnts, today notified Secretary Lansing
that "the Mexican people view wun
displeasure" any attempt tending to
frustrate tho success of Carranxa's
armed force. Carranxa'a message re
ferred to the Pan-American conference
and was taken as plainly signifying
that he would not agree with its action
toward Mexican affairs.
Carransa has sent a similar notifica
tion to the diplomatic representatives
of all the Latin-American republic
participating in the Mexican confer
ence, saying that any attempt between
them and tbe American Government to
solve tbe Internal situation of Mexico
would involve an act which could not
be looked upon with levity, as It would
mean on the part of the Latin-Ameri
can nations the acceptance of the pre
cedent that they can take part In any
Internal affair of a- aister nation with
tbe co-operation of the United States."
Carransa s communication was re
garded as little less than a defiance of
the United States In its effort to bring
all the Mexican factions into a con
ference for peaceful settlement of
Fishermen, Long in Water, Rescued.
ASTORIA. Or, Aug. 12. (Special.)
Nela K. Nelson and his boat puller.
Herman Anderson, fishermen employed
by th Altoona Packing Company, had
narrow escape from drowning at
tbe mouth of the river about 7:30
Wednesday. With approximately 100
other boats they bad dropped an
chor near the Jetty spur waiting for
the weather to clear before going out
side to troll for salmon. Suddenly a
big breaker struck their craft, cap
elsed it and threw It against the Jetty.
The boat and net were lost and one
of Anderson's legs was broken In two
places. The men clung to the rocks
until nearly noon, when tney were
rescued by th Point . Adams Coast
Panama Canal Reopened.
PANAMA, Aug. 12. The Panama
Canal was reopened today, permitting
the passage of ten ships, including th
steamer Finland, with many passengers
'Altogether 20 ships have been de
layed on account of the slide which
blocked the Galllard cut last Saturday.
-..yj.. Trr r ir.erl. rnMv b.M eotirt
In a corn field' near Emporia. Kaa. He
decided thst the fanners connected with
the case re too busy to leave their work.
20 Extra Stamps With Coupon for Friday
Double Trading Stamps on First 3 Floors
Sharp Reductions in Every Department!
Stock Up for Your Picnic or Vacation
Specially Reduced Prices for Friday-lst 3 Floors
John Dewar's S p e c ial f 07
scotch at onlv I'1
Black and White at J
K e a t u c k y Bourbon, strictly
full quart for..
Atherton. famous b r a nd. 7
hnJ hnttlori U t I
Crestmore, a well aged and
matured Bourbon, bond- CI OR
ed. quarts liJ
A Fine Cooking Sherry, I nQ
per gallon ,uw
Juniper Gin, the best-! nff
known medicinal gln...liWU
"Cla-Wood" Malt Ex- t0 7C
tract, the case vil J
Conservo Brand Preserved I Ort
Fruits, all varieties .. VJ
A "Prana" Bottle does tM CfT
the work; completeonly
10e Soap 7(i
10c C as- 7p
10c S u 1- 7p
25o Cas- 17 a
tor OIL... I'
15c Domestic Ammonia q
25c Witch Hazel, full I Qi
pint at I a
25o Rose 17 I lOcChlor-pn
" I ide iiime.."'
1 Aj Dutch A .
10c Bab- On
Cleanser.. Oil I bltt's Lye
assorted, the pound. uuu
40o Chocolate Chews, ex-
tra special, the pound. ....
20o Jelly Beans, special, I
Trunk, special at...''u
315 Steamer Trunk, Q Kfl
special at 3iUU
"Likly" Wardrobe 0f fin
Trunk, special at.. iPuUiUU
DDICTIC-RnnnC Plralln Ivory
UlilO I LL UUUUO
i cn l .rli,ia''irAfr Rrush.0l
Hair Brush and Combing
Brush... 1 3 Floor.
250,000 BRITONS LEAVE
Annual Emigration Enough to Fill
Large Cities, Says Statistician.
un than S5O.000 British-born sub
jects emigrate yearly. Figures mean
little, out wnen wo aj
M...hi ii tha whole
population of Leicester we may convey
some idea 01 our iosb. cn-c,.... -.nm.i.tinn
wa mav consider the same
as that of Portsmouth.
The whole big county of Wiltshire
has only 2S8.000 Inhabitants. The es
timated emigration in u wu-
to that of all the peopio wno Jive
rr 1 1 tAA AAA Kleth. V.H rl V in
the United Kingdom, and every year
70.000 people cue. ao mc
number from the former and the re
sult Is 430,000. In other words, the
ordinary Increase of our population
should be 430,000 a year; but as 288,-
000 people leave in the same time,
n-.n. of Ch.'rft.
all new, both soft and stiff cuffs.
Beginning today, these regular
$2 and $2.SO - OC
Shirts on Sale for... ipl.Utl
Sizes 14 to 16 J2. Buy as many of
them as you wish.
Continuing to Sell All
Worth Up to $35.00, for
First showing of Fall Neckwear
50c to $2.50
Tourist Cloth Hats in checks and
Pearl Soft Hats, the new and ac
cepted Fall style for men.
Buff f um &
' USE THIS COUPDN
30 EXTRA 20
Bring this cou
pon and get 20
extra "S. & H."
on your first 31
and double stamps
on the balance of purchase.
Good on first three floors
Friday, August 13.
PERFUMES AND SOAPS
25o Fros- I On I 50cElcayaOC
tilla I 0l ColdCreamWOU
10c J e r g e n's Mint Soap, I Qn
One pound Jergen's Talcum QKf
Powder, assorted odors ...."
25c Packer's Cn Main
Tar Soap.. . . Floor.
J. B, L. CASCADE
THE INTERNAL BATIL
ASK FOR BOOKLET.
PIITI CDV 2.00 Razor and 12.00
liUILLfll Razor Strop, I Q7
both for Iial
32.00 Hand Mirror, rose-t I I Q
wood back, special I I O
31.25 Famos Bottle, keeps hot
24 hours, cold 72. today Q7n
at only 1 u
11.25 Alarm 00n Mala
. . WW V
Are Easy to Take With aa
The p 1 c
hard to get
p e r f ectly
cam era is
FILMS AND CYKO PAPER
BOOK OF 9. H. OREEV STAMPS
"r' IS SEVERAL DOLLARS EARNED
AT WEST PAPK .-MAB5HALL 4700 -HOME Aol7l
this cuts us down
only 1(2,000 a year.
Where do all these people goT As
most of our readers are aware, Canada
has been snapping up the lion's share.
She is now taking about 120,000 Brit
ons yearly, or, say, enough to popu
late a city rather larger than Norwich.
Australia is getting 60.000. or about
the same number as would fill the
hi. fishine- nnrt of Grimsby. South
Ae.l.. I. mhI.kI with the COltlDtfa
tively trifling number of 7000, while
the United States receives a very rs
proportion of the rest.
t." nlr Heal of monev with
the.m. out of the country. The drain is
reckoned at nearly 34.000.000 a year.
This would be enough to settle the bill
, ,rn tho nnnfrrlren.dnauhtA
which are at present holding the seas
for British traae.
Just at present the stream of emi
gration is slackened. After the war it
will burst out with renewed vigor.
Tens of thousands of young men who
have seen active service will never be
content to go back to their desks.
Three years from now emigration will
be doubled. .
F & W. BRAND.
AUTO SUPPLIES cTs..-i,:
forrubber that keeps tires
looking like new. drlesCfin
quickly. Pint cans UUu
Auto Leather Dressing makes
upholstering and tops look
clean and new and sheds dust
and water. Half pint 40c. 7 C it
Brass Brlte Cleans and pol
ishes brass, nickel, silver,
prE:...20c, 35c, 60c
75c Jad COn
31 G u d e's
Pe p to OQn
31 Scot t's
60c D o a n's
50c Pap e's
50c Ant I
P h 1 O - 00n
50c H a v s"
25c K i n g's
P i 1 1 el Qn
35c Initial Tablets: only 11
Initials left; to close out I I p
at. each .v 1 u
50c Queen Anne Station-O Q n
ery. box, special.........."''
31.75 Automobile Rec- I I 0
ord at wlil 3
75c F 2 m 1 1 YAAr Maln
Expense Book T" Floor.
54c Rub her
3jo t o
Rubber I fin
50c Rub ber
T u b i ng. in
5 - footOCp
35c Rub ber
TOIlCI IWf! DUGCGeniiine
mrtlLLlUU UrtUO w
1 r u s
1W IIU i I I 11V 11, 1 11 III' I
lined; regular n.u; va HQ
special at. Ui'rO
Our entire stocK or -ioer buh
Cases and B a g s. OflQC. nff
STAMPS With all Ice
cream or soda pur
chases In our Tea
Room or at the Soda
Fountain from 2 P. M.
until wa close at 9.
in Shur-on Eyeglasses
yoO-lo-lt Corbett Bnildlng,
Fifth and .Morrison.
How Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound Carried
Her Safely Through
Change of Life.
Cedar Rapidsjowa. "At the Changs
of Life tho doctor said I would have to
give up my work and
i take my bed for
some time as there
was no help for me
but to lie still. I
took Lydia E. Pink
Compound and kept
up my work and
now I am over the
Change and that is
all I took. It was
better for me than
all the doctor's medicines I tried. Many
people have no faith in patent medicines
but I know this is good." Mrs. E. J.
Rickets, 354 8th Avenue, West, Cedar
Such warning symptoms as sense of
suffocation, hot flashes, headaches, back
aches, dread of impending evil, timidity,
sounds in the ears, palpitation of the
heart, sparks before the eyes, irregu
larities, constipation, variable appetite,
weakness and inquietude, and dizziness,
are promptly heeded by intelligent wo
men who are approaching the period in
life when woman's great change may
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound invigorates and strengthens the
female organism and builds up the weak
ened nervous system. It has carried
many women safely through this crisis.
If there are any complications
yon don'i anderstand write Lydia
E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Iivnn, Mass