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HUNDREDS OF POBTLAXD JfEWSBOTS ARE GUESTS OF THE OREGOXUN ABOARD THE ANTIQUATED
BRITISH CONVICT SHIP SUCCESS.
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TTTT: JfORXTTfO OREGOXI1X. FRIDAY. AUGUST 20, 1915.
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Prccramme Mads for Joint
Sessions of Washington and
Oregon Bar Associations.
520 VISITORS EXPECTED
Principal Meeting Will B Held at
Ileilig Monday. Wbei (i-Fmt-drat
TaTt Will Sp-ak Enter
tainment Ret for- Tuesday.
Utt:i of th atlr United Stat
know about tn Joint mt!n
of t! Bar Auocuttou f llrtfon and
Wu.i:utoa in Portland nasi weak.
Teeterday Albert R Kldawav. secre
tary ef tn Oregon association. Nat a
talecrana to Peter W. Ueldrum, preal-
dst of th American Bar Associa
tion, aotifvlne him of tho fDMtinc
Ta tekram probably wa r.ai bo
for th National convention In fait
Lax City yeaterday. It xtndd a
cordial Invitation to member of tba
National association to Tint Portland
and attend ta meeting.
Acceptance hav t n rc:vd from
lidcea and sttnrnev In all pacta of
trvaon. WtJhinrtoa and Idaho, and
brlea H. Caray. chairman of tha
Ortf a general eommltte. apcLe
mora than ta!tora bar neat ilon-1
Tha prosecuting attorneys assocla
tforue f r oi tha two states will bold
fofnt MMion Momiay mornlnjc at tha
pftnarn M"t.l. A feetur of lh:a aaa
?oo arr-ans-ed ty I'Htrlct Attorney
Kvan w!l ba aa atidres by Attorney
Oen.ral tfrown oa tha m.tboda of en
forcing the umwr prohibition laws of
u.-tjon and VahlnTton.
T.ne ma.n a. .ton vt tha convention
w:K o;-n at tha telli Theater at HI
P. it. lonfT with aJdressaa of wel
rme bv Mayor Alba and Governor
YVitavcomb. A reply to tbe ad
w .t be made by frank Keevea.
f VVn-iuh.. prrsident of tbe Hua
i-itor J;r AuociH')il Ex-irtdnt
Ta:i ad-frM on "la and Govern
ment- wtt! fai'ow this.
Tha Jultclary reception will ba held
at tha t nir.ty ilub from to 14
e'eto: Monday ntcnt. Tuesday's
alone of tha convention win bo held In
th. Central !JbrrT HaIL Ve4neaday
wt.'I ba o"-e-jDt.l entirely with tho Cd-
Ijmbta Itw.r Klctawar trio.
Tho comrnftt. in char- of tha an-
trrtalnmrnt for T 4 ty baa arranged
ror a boat rule, a lawn partv at th
Waveri.y Country Club from t to 11 I
afn la the rlub ballroom, Ila-hl ra-
irenmen,:.. and aa boar's entertain
mont by tha Ad Clb quartet. Mr. Kota
e ma of wonderful memory, and
us cleverest act ef rnt- bill.
Ths steamer Jo Rl.or h
an chartered for tha evening. tu
is tha fact that at n.-M it la per-
tnltted to carry but :i pauenaers. tha
boat win bava to make two tripa from
aa docs or tha Kellofg Transports
tloa Company at (ha f-vi of Washing
a Bireet to tea eitio float.
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I GtkW CcmMx Terminal
The Niagara Falls Route
provides the opportunity to see the great cataract,' enroute to
and many other points East
There are five trains daily, carrying modern steel equipment and oper- -ating
over a smooth, double-tracked road-bed, protected by automatic
Leave Chicago 9:05 a.m. 1030 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 12.-05 midnight
Arrive New York ftOO a.m. 330 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 555 p.m. 703 a.m.
Arrive Boston 1155 a-m. 255 pjn. 1050 p.m. 835 p.m. 7:05 a.m.
Included in this service are the two daily 23-hour trains so favorahly known to experienced
'travelers, the Wolverine at !h05 a. m. and tha Michigan Central limited at 5:40 p. m.
Michigan Central" The Niagara Falls Route"
AH New York trains arrive at Grand Central Terminal, tbe only terminal on all lines of local transportation
subway, surface and elevated lines. Comfortable tourist sloepinc cars daily to Boston and intermediate
points provide eminently aaualactory accommodations to passcaex9 eoiuywa
economy in travel.
Additional Through Sleeping Car Service
Micbisaa Central R. R. Lackawanna Una
Leaves Ckicare 5 -AO p. bl. Arrive Mew York 7 JO a. ak
-Srewelea Crovrdlaa; Dock anal Caaaplaak Colas A board. Lower Vie w Javealle Visitors Gresftd
iiiii lawil-Vesa Baraea. 13-1 ear-old Carrier at A lllaaaette. Or, View las: Kelly Armor.
FUSS DUE IN GOuNCIL
S5C0 ASKED FOR BITE
Uon Club Owned by Dancer Sal J to
Have Attacked rtojr.
Exact Copy of Invalidated Jit
ney Law to Come Up. .
MR. DALY FIRM FOR CHANGE
ATr.RJIO.V. N. J, Auc. li. -Queenle-
ta It-months-eld Ilon cub kept
p-t tv telle Goull la els back
vard at II North Mala a'reet. may coat
!Kul4 more lata trto antla aad eookeel
ait on whlrM ana lives.
rr4erl- W-ny. a arocery driver.
rhars.e that "uufU" whti out for
an a:rlnc d-'iboratrtr tit a piece ont I Proapcrt of 'oor Votes Against New
of bl. war. tor wtica he la suing: Gould
for f) dsmaava. The raae comrs
U soon In the I'atereon dietrtra court.
Genu, who tea-hea public ecriool by
ty an-1 ducra Krptiaa folk lirurca
for aitureaa ki.it by atcM. nenles
his pet attacked Xooney. "Why. her
t.eth aren't developed tnoura lo cbew
her dinner. ha SAid, and lo demon
strata ho let tha cub. sprawled at bis
ft. aivo hla 1-a: a playful hue.
Gould bonshl VJueenle" from BUI
S-nv4r w rten a ttr
tr.l I'arX Zoo.
MtW I . - ' li
thoroushlv cooked me.L Br thi. tame 3 and knocked out on a lecnniciiiiy oy
rl:-t lit has kept her docile and tome I tha 8tate Kuprema Court. Mayor Alba
what e'nnted r-r lrana. Ilsw meat I win nresent to tha Council this morn-
Mrasa re anil for Original Means
rxnerirrocjr Claaso Voattl lie
Iiropped I-onf Delay Faced.
Holding that th Council would not
ba acting In food faith to th public
t adortt a iltnev reaulatton ordinance
ii- J Z tnodl.'led In any material manner from
I ha mala her twlc as tlt as
. now. he srys.
ELSIE FERGUSON ENGAGED
Acrre to Beoofne Pride of Xrw
York Banker and Clnbtnan.
NEW YORK. Auc. li. CUl rTwu-
in. the popular and rharminc art'
resa. to om tho wife of Thomas
Kn.f1ict Clarke. Jr. financier and
riuhtran of tnia cur. Mrs Amelia
l'it uton, tha atar'a mother, mad th
nnonncement of th encasement from
r.r omi ill Central Tark South.
er.tnar an th heel of tho actress'
Tnt'im from Los Anreles. share she
rmted her eaasoa'a lenax rsn ta "Out
cast."" ta aaaouncecnent w aa a aar
prtsa to her many friends and ad
Tnentaa II CTark. Jr la vlco-prea-
Mart and director of Ui llarrlman
National flank. M Is tha son f
Thomas K Clarke, th art coilctor
and eoanot.aeur of thta rtty.
FIGHT FOR TEAPOT OVER
rtalladrtr-hla Ivarr Tad l.illra
tloa Over llrlrluom.
Ins an exact copy of ta measure
sdopted by th voters and will urs Hs
psssaa with aa emergency clause.
rt will aak that tn measure do eu-
a'.ltuted for the maaiara preparea by
Commissioner Paly, eliminating moat
of the esontlala of th original ordt
Thl action on th part of tha aiayor
I oipectrd to atir up trouble when tha
ittnev situation la aired today, lorn
mlas'.oner I'aly. altliougn th originator
nd on of tha aupportars of th
orlgtnal measure adopted by th voter.
I said ta b Inelatent upon modifica
tions being made.
Mr. Blgelow,a Attttad rakaowa.
Commlaeloner Baker and Commis
sioner Ineck are aald to b with th
liaror In th opinion that th original
measure should b passsd. Inasmuch as
It waa knocked out by th rupram
Court on technicality, concerning th
manner ef Ita being pasaad and not
tha legality of th provisions,'
Th altitude of Commissioner niar-
low ha not ba made known, except
that t eurh mattera h has adhered to
th desir of th public aa expressed
by th votrrs. If b follows this course
It Is expected he !.: t with Mayor
Albe In tfc Jitney dlaput.
Caaalrarlae it Pwaalble.
This would make four vote for th
original ordtnan.. which would mean
ti measur cou.d not b passed with
an emergency. It wou.d lay th ordl
fanded dwn rently by Judge Ue.t rp ,or .V rf"Bao- which.
tn t.o Orrftaa' Co in stl a spirited
eonte.t ttwer Wr Martin. Ii.
trench, ef telv Pin a'reet. who Is
nearly 1 yeart old. and Mrs Arlington
t;, jiln, f 111 IN est school tn. ier
Bnanttfwa. over tba ruetoUy f a stler
l.arot and salver, which tad been pre
s.ac.d nearly ! yers are to John
t'lam.nt, en.-.etor of th Imgaata. k
th ::;ni f a leva ta Lug. and for
I iel.wig a rtet. T cherished heirloom
vu teiHH to Mrs. I'rencV
rne fig.it ever t.-e teapot opened last
avemaer. when tie eatata of krr.tly
. rt"-ar raei. aa la (J (rpana
Court br audit.
August 24. 1U. They have on child,
alary Grace, a years old.
Mrs. Haley alleges that tn-Aprll. 1913.
when sr. was living In Brookport, 11L.
six miles from Metropolis, her huaband
sued to recover th diamond ring, fib
sera th case waa continued eight times
and finally dismissed.
In July of th earn year, shs says,
her husband Instituted habeas corpus
proceeding In Jacksonville. 111., to gt
th custody of their child. This suit
also waa dropped.
ller husband, ehe says, earns .300
month as a sslrsman. bst falls to
provide for her and their child. I
Haley could not ba reached ror a
NEWSIES SEE SHIP
Rapid Fire of Questions Put to
Lecturers on Success. .
2 FIGHT WITH ONE KNIFE
Xcroc Baltic, VcaMn Changing
Hands During Straggle-.
WILMINGTON, Pel, Aug. 15. Henry
Brooks and George Anderson, two ne
groes. sngaged In a desperate flsht re
cently In a house at No. ( Chipper
street, and. after both of them had
fallen exhausted from the loss of blood,
they were sent to th Delaware Hospi
tal. Brooks waa later arrested on a
charge of aasault and battery.
M'hat caused the troublo between
them the police did not learn, but
Brooks Is alleged to have attacked An
derson with a butcher knife. After be
ing cut In several places about the face
and chest Anderson succeeded In wrest
ing the knife from Brooks and In turn
Slashed Brooks several times with It. It
Is alleged. Th knife changed hands
several times during the atruggle. At
tha hospital the physicians found both
men terribly cut. although none of the
wounds Is fatal.
200 TAKEN IN EACH PARTX
Interest of Xoae In Historic Treat
ment of Captives on Vessel Is
Greater Tlian That or Mala
Traveling; Far for Visit.
Apply to your local agent for tickets and sleeping car reaerva-l
Uons, or tor complete lntormsuon can on or saaresa our
Portland Office, 109 Third Street
V. C Seachreet, Caneial Acant PaManger Department
GAR AND GIRL STOLEN
ARRESTED SPEEDER CONFESSES
, SERIES OF CRIMES.
Ante Declared Taken la Seattle and
Friend' Wife Carried Off Home
Is Shelter In Woodi.
Confessing to the theft In Seattle of
the automobile In which he was caught
speeding out Sandy boulevard by Coun
ty Of (leer Whit at 10:80 Wednesday
night, W. Jennings, at 4 o'clocl; yes
lerday morning led Police Sergeant
Oeisner, Patrolmen Ervln and Russell
to a shack of fir boughs and moss near
Eighty-second street and the Sandy
boulevard, where on a bed of straw,
with coverlets made from gunny sacks.
lay Mrs. B. A. La Shelle, 19 years old.
whom he said he had taken from her
x ne girl-wife was later turned over
to Mrs. Lola a. Baldwin, or the worn
en's protective bureau, and Jennings
was taken to the County Jail to await
the arrival of officers from Seattle.
A complete confession of his theft
and activities since leaving Seattle was
obtained from the prisoner by Patrol
man Ervln- He admitted stealing the
auto a month ago from in front of the
Cobb building. In Seattle, and fleeing
from that city with Mr. and Mrs.
La Shelle. When 60 miles this side of
Eugene the two men had a falling out.
ss a result or which Jennings tooK
French leave with La Sheila's wife.
Tbe two came on to Portland and
had been living here for about a week
In this primitive hut. Tbe hut was well
hidden from passersby on the road.
was Mrs. La Shelle. Jennings, who is
21, admitted having served a term of
five months in Seattle for the theft of
an automobile. v
MOTORBOATS TO AkO NAVY
New York 3Ian Plans to Hare Fleet
Armored After Races. .
NEW YORK, Aug. 15. J. Stuart
(Blackton. who owns a fleet of fast
motorboats, said recently that after the
motorboat races to be held next month
he will have his boats armored, so that
they can be used as auxiliary coast
defense craft. Naval experts have
agreed with him as to the efficacy of
"These boats can be built rapidly
and are one of the most feasible means
of rapidly ending our- present state of
unpreparedness. aald Mr. Blackton.
'I should say that almost any one of
my craft could operate successtuiiy
against the.U boats such as now in
fest - the waters about the British
Judd must leave $20,000 at the entrance
of the Spruce Place apartments or
"something would happen." Yesterday
a second letter' was received, saying
that the money must be left by mid
night. The letter was turned over to
the police and the vigil by Mr. Judd
and the detectives followed.
Temperature and Depth.
It has been generally believed that
the temperature Increased at almost a
constant rate from the earth's surface
toward Its center, but this supposition
appears to be incorrect in the light of
recent experiments. In one mine the
average rate of Increase in tempora-r
rture, carried down to 8000 feet, waa
one degree for each 250 feet ot descent.
Various results have . been obtained.,
from measurements In other places.;
No temperature variations are shown
between depths of 1400 feet and 2300
feet in the Kalgoorlie mines in Aus
tralia. These and other observations
are considered as Indicating that the
increase of temperatures with depth in;
the eirth is not governed by any gen
BLACKMAILERS AVOID TRAP
Former Mrs. Gates Gets Threatening
Letters and Police Act.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 17. Harold Lee
Judd, husband of Florence Gates judd.
who was formerly Mrs. Charles G.
Gates, assisted by two detectives, re
rantlv kent an all-night watch In
vain attempt' to capture blackmailers,
who have been sending threatening
lottpra to Mrs. Judd.
Two letters were received ny airs.
being in a heavy clump of woods. When Judd at ner residence here.. The first,
found, the woman admitted that she received a week ago, said that Mrs.
HORSE GIVEN TO SISTERS
Newspaper Story Brings Gift to Or
der Operating Hospital.
HEMPSTEAD. U I, Aug. lSThere
much Joy among tha members of the
French Order of Little eistsrs of th
Poor, who conduct th Mercy Hospital
near here, for aa a result of aa article
la a paper recently thy now have a
splendid bora. The newspaper item
Th Franca nursing sisters of
Hempetead would b grateful to any
on who would donate a hora to their
servtc. It would receive good care."
Mrs. Michael Coleman, of Cathedral
avenue. Garden City, read the article
and sent to th hospital a well-bred
and genii hers. As th sisters are
located a mil or mora from their
church, store and station at Hemp
stead. thir work waa handicapped tor
lack of a horse.
GIRLS SINK IN DEEP HOLE
aToar Wadlas tilUt 11a nd Cla'ped
Mrp Off and Ar Prowncd.
trWHAVEW Pa, Ang. 1. Four
girl or drown "J at Hemlnfton, near
her rocart'y. Ty fcere:
ether F'saer. : years ld: Th!ma
riorua. ta. ef fleatmaton; Marioa
"war. 1. rt Monument. Ta . and Erm
Bu'terba-sh. if. of Cherry Tr Pa,
Th four g'.rls lrind heads, waded
lata a creak and stepped lot deep
if Invoked, weald t: up Jitney regula
tion for two year.
Maror Albe when questioned regard
ing hi stand jeatrrjay said that he
aia auiaeu ana aaanor lo prcaent tne.
origins sraiP.Dca pi aooay a meeting,
bacauaa h bllve thl m .a tire in Ita
tart form should ba adopted.
-Tha ppl have espreaaad their
vole In tr: matter and I ran ae noth
ing for th Co-'ncil, to da but to feilo
t.iat vet." aald he. "I cannot
wher ther Is any occasion for chang
ing th ord. nance, and I shall do my
part la seeing that th wishes of th
voter ar earned oat In thta ease.'
WILLAMETTE EXPECTS 100
Freshman Class to lie Larger and
Coarse Mora) Varied.
NURSE SUED. THEN SUES
Plrorc Asked From Man Who
Peeks Court Aid to Itegala Jtlng.
T. LOCI.t. Aog. . Mrs. Orar
Haley, a gradual nurs. filed salt In
the Circuit Court recently to divorc
v:::iana J. Malay, a traveling sales
man. Oa ef th Indlsnlt e that sh
seta oat In her petition I that th
huaband nd her to recover her a
Th rou-l was married February 7,
ltie, la Metropolis, IU, and par a ted
SALEM. Or. Aug. 1 (Special.) A
record attendance at Willamette Uni
versity Is predicted for th coming
yar. Appllcatlona ar In greater num
bar than ever before and ther Is no
question that th freshman class will
be th largest In the history ot th In
stitution. Th class last year numbered
Is. and this year it win number more
Th students ta th academy will
hav four optional coureea Instead of
th on sc'enuflo course of last year.
Th student may lct to tak with
other subjects mathematics, history or
CUaeave Oeta a Jolt.
Tm not going to that femal bar
bershop again; there's a rude girl
there, don't you know."
"What did aha aarr
"Why. sh looked at my mustawsh
and awaked me If I would hav It
sponged off or rubbed In."
Lag.aas aa laesitliy rug la soma tea-
Tha newsboys of Portland took
eharg of th old British prison ship
Success vterday morning.
They cam from th East Side, North
Portland. South Portland, St. Johns,
Sellwood. and with them were carriers
of Th Oregontaia representing an even
larger field. In fact, some of the latter
cam from wuiameit vaiiey poinia
and over in Washington. -
Th ship was theirs from 10:30
o'clock until noon. And they mad th
most of it. Captain Smith, owner of
th vesael. could not hav had greater
freedom aboard than he accorded tn
boys. Not a call, compartment, deck
or nook was closed to them.
About 300 Take la Each Party,
In droves they Invaded the ship, and
when sufficient reached the deck, which
meant about 200 In each party, they
war taken In charge by a lecturer.
It waa then the real sport began. Not
a visitor lost a word. There was no
talking, Jostling or moving about aa
they hung on every word of th skilled
lecturers. ' rrom n moment may
started on tbe port aid aft, where
th history of th Success begins with
a recital aa to th us of th leglrons,
chains and "medicine" balls hanging
thre, they wr busily engaged in
drinking in every uftersnc of th
Little Miss Vena Barnes, of Wlllam
ette. Or- located about three miles
southwest of Oregon City, had mad
th trip with her father. B. Barnes,
just to' be with th ether workers ot
the circulation department on th Suc
cess. 6h Is 11 years of . ge and
reputed the most lively agent in th
Vena has looked after Tha Oregonian
subscribers at Willamette for four
years. Her list ef Sunday papers num
bers 10 and th Portland office has yet
to find en mlstak in remittance from
Uaeatloaa Fired at Lecturer.
"Pay, how long would a feller liv
In on ot thos black holes r" was a
question from on voungsur of the
"Wher do yon get water to drink
at seaT' waa another.
"Pip th Iron maiden." earn from
on as he "spotted" th famous tortur
Huh. Portland has this faded for a
jail." on wiseacre was heard to de
claim, and bis pal supplemented tha
remark with on to th effect there
"must 'a' baen funny cops la those
If rrn any Judge soma ef tha futur
business man and millionaires of Port
land ar In this party." observed one
of th lecturers, after bringing his
crowd from below. H said their ob
servations would hav don credit to
delegation of collegians, there not
being th most Inconaequentlal detail
that escaped their notice.
While th newboy war . going
aboard not a ticket waa sold to others,
though tbsr ware many standing
around, waiting to visit the ship. Cap
tain Smith said th ship was span
to th boys and that meant It was
closed to others. Not until noon did
tha public resuaj Ita Inspection,
By tie Ocean
The Root ta through tha
Coaat Range Mountain
threngh the most scenic
section of Oregon to the
Tillamook Seashore Resorts
season Tickets on Sal Dally.
Portland to Garibaldi Beach points.
Corresponding low fares other points.
Short Summer Trips
Newport, Yaquina Bay
A delightful resort to spend a vacation. Good hotels,
cottages, boarding-houses, camps.
Ronald trip season
Hound trip week-end.
Through tourist sleeping ear leaves Portland very Fri
day night and leaves Newport every Sunday night.
Loop Trip Electric
100 miles of typical Oregon scenes. Fast electric all steel
trains. J 1-60 round trip week-ends, ,2.30 roupd trip 30
Lake Grove Oswego Lake
Pin for swimming, picnics, family outings 30 minutes
from Portland electric cars J5c round trip.
Wilhoit Mineral Springs
A pleasure and health retreat of much fame. Beautifully
situated In the forest 13.00 round trip, 3 hours from
Willamette Valley Tripe
From a scenic or Industrial point of viw, this wonderful
vslley offers many pleasant outing trips. Low-priced
week-end and dally round-trip tickets on sale to all Wil
lamette Valley points.
Our desarlptlve literature may help you to see this great state.
Call at City Ticket Office. 80 Sixth St, Cor. Oak, Union Depot
or E. Morrison St-, for full information, tickets, reservations, etc.
TelephonesPacific Broadway J70. Horn A-1704.
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent.
ROCK ISLAND LINES
Return limit October 31, 1915
Route of the Famous
Golden State Limited
Rocky Mountain Limited
Ocean or Rail
M. J. GEARY
Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept.
Ill Third St., Portland, Oregon.
Phones: Main 334, Home A 2666,
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