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the mousing onEooxiAy. Friday, august 20, 1015. 0 .
ELECTS ELIHU ROOT
Philadelphia;! Is Opposing
Candidate in Council, but
. Vote Is Unanimous.
LYNCHING IS CONDEMNED
National lawjrrV Bodt Call. Kill
ing of rraok 'Wlllfal and Delib
erate Merd-r" ,amlloa
of Hook Pat Off.
ALT LAKE CrTT. Vtah. Aug. 1
fnlt.J States banter Elian I toot, of
New Turk. wa unnlinoasl elected
Breatdeat of the American Bar Aeeocta
Iten at It noain bustnes session to
elajr ea rtotsmf ndtl lork of the Jflft
counsel of the association. Walter
liir dmltk. of rhtladalphla. was a
anii4ate asalnst senator Hoot before
tha council, but his lint u Dot
Brsantee) to tha conaentlon.
other efl.rmn elected were: George
TVhltrlork Baltimore, secretary: Fred
erick K. Wadnams, Albany, traeaurer:
l-eter W. MMnm. Savannah. Oa.: Sut
ton P. UMir'r. M. Louis; William I.
tlrnum. tlrn.boro, N. C. : Chapln
Hrown, Washlncton. D. C. : Charl-a N.
F'attor. Chent. Wo.; John LowelL
Hoaton, and I. H lmich. Tooika, mem
bar of tha emecutiae commute.
A resolution o tha Frank lyn-hln
nreevnteU tT ftephen K Ororjr. of
I H I O" ! . u adoptei unanimously bv
tha .A.octatlon without dlsruaalou. II
pronounce lb lynching a willful and
deliberate murder br mob molence.
conrrrKd and accomplished In a spirit
of fifu and remorseless cruelty on
worthy of our as and Is ma." and as
pres tb hop ft tha association that
lb aathorltiaa will apaadiljr brine th
guiltjr persona to th bar of public
Tb question of admitting woman to
membership In th association want
oser to th lt conTaniioa.
ROSS FAMILY LOSES PLEA
Two Conthrtml la North Filter Case
Tail 10 (.-! lirprtese.
OLTXPIA. Wash. Aug 1J. (Spe
cial. ) Karl A. and Frank P. Kos. coo
viatej of assault on Al Bradley la Pa
cific Cointy In th cours of a fud
ta tha orta ftlvar country, which lad
vp to ta a !! allaropl of olaat.
rxisr to dria in lio family from
tha court tr. failed la thalr application
fr an a!Jitonal repriera today from
Arties; tiorernor Lou la F. Hart.
tlotarnor Lister previously s;raatd
a -dy raprlair to enable tbe two to
testify la criminal actions crowing
aut of indictments by tha Brand Jury
wthk followed the ntahtrtutna dis
order. This rprt expired and lira.
Msraeret M. Koa asked additional
ttm to start nw court proeeedins; to
fr.a bar son charjln conspiracy la
-T seneral eontampt for constl
I tad auiaorliy and laa defiant loa
lion of Uw la that vicinity ta such as
to d-ms.fi d rtxd enforcement of th
J idim-nt of the courts.- eatd tha Act
NORWEGIAN MAIL SEIZED
Germs a abtnarin' Art
Mora of I'nxrst.
CIIRISTIANIA. Norway. Au. 1.
Th names; yesterday of the Norwe
saa malt etaamar Haakon VII and
tha seuura of malls en board by a
ltnsa submarine bare bean followed
by a protest to llarlla and a demand
for the return of In mail to Norway.
Tha Haakon VII was bound from Bar
yen tu Kualand.
Tl.e l'oaimasier-Cnral report that
th commander of tb Herman subma
rine ordered, the Jettlsonlcs; of all
printed matter and packasea destined
ta countries hostile lo Uermany. All
letter and remittance money are said
to naa beea tahaa aboard th subma
rine. included were saaea sack of mall
hat tha newspaper terra tb "mall
theft' baa aroused a alorm of resent
anenr. tiermaa ubmartne ire said to be
wataMnc every Inlet to th Important
porta t Norway.
TICK FEVER TO BE FOUGHT
Pr. Ilck and fr. White leave for
To lne:lcte conditions In Iraatera
Crecon counties, where tick far la
:iht:y praint. lr. U I". r"rtcka
of tb tnlted Xtatea I'ubllc Health
fertirei left at o'clock last nikht with
lr. Cslaln A Mt. secretary of the
Mala Board of Health, for th Warm
Sprtnc Indian KrTatlon. w hero sev
eral cases hare been reported.
Tha countlea of Malheur, ilr.nl. Har
per and -.Took will be vlattrd. There
tiav beea i cases of tick fever In
lirrcm within a year, with srx deaths.
It. frl.-ks has ten In tbe Hitter
Hoot Valr. of Montana, (or three
era studylnc th tick disease, from
whuh his predecessor. IT. MrCllnlon.
TOTS HAVEDAY ON RANCH
Chlliirrn of I'ortlanJ Home Are
.ar-t al Hood ICIvrr.
Ili.ion RIVKB. Or, Au. I (Spe
cial. After a day of rolllckies; fun
ra trie ranch rla.- of Leslt Butler, i
ch lilren from th home of lh Boy
and vltrls' Aid f-H.-ity returned to t'ort
Imn J oa the l - W K. N. this afternoon.
Tho fo jr-d.in. l; younest ot wbom
was tt fford Hlckson. Bed X war
Bursts for trie day of the Hood River
Wcmin 1 lub. wi.o served a bountiful
fried chicken dinner.
Their special car on th return trip
rarrte many bove of Hood ' Klver
fruit. Th r.Vldrca were accompanied
pv H. Arae. supertotendeBt. and
ct.ler officials of tha boma.
Kswla Call Oat Yoone Men.
I'AKtS. Auf. 1. Tha Russian m
uay announce that by decree of tb
tKmperor younc men of the claaa of
l,li haae been csiled l tb colors,
atatias: from 'Aua-uat I. No evemptlona
whatever by rewaoa of family conaec
ttone or of study abroad will be al
lowed, tbe announcement says.
,vjrm. f lied Jade JnKmmm.
,M Short Jeasa lUr -Am I ea t mm-
4 wkr Ja-1. la a- - it. Tallin.
"T. traia a seat Jde aews saad hua ta tbe
DEAN OF SACRED COLLEGE
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cardinal si:n.ino vaxxi'Telll
NOTED PRELATE DIES
Cardinal Serafino Vannutelli,
Dean of College, Passes.
INFLUENCE WAS MARKED
Career a Teacher of Tlveoloxy
Abandoned for llpktriacr. and
.Many Important Post Ucld
In Service of Church. .
ROUE, rla rarls. Am. 1 Cardinal
Serarino Vannutelli. dean of lb Sacred
Colics, is dead at tho ac of tt.
1 . 1 1 1 1 nna of the
niiDM . ...
moat influential of those member or
th 8acrd Collene ellBible to the
fajtpjkC y . iif w mm v v
rtl Olabops bg thlr tnlr Jpoin
fh aaouroan mmm v. -
a. a. s A.a, tat a. ft I A It tl ft laa. Balld
nonop Ol . a a-... . -
rtatim. H was crt.ixl ami procU.m-
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liraioai v vy-w w -
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and b rxd dr-. In phlIoophif
m mi invuii'i 7 - " -
Aflr tvachlns tl.eoi0.r7 in nm pon-
. . - . , 1 w ft,aa amKark aVdi tirpOI. a
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diplomatic career and wm ucceaa.-'ely
1 la. I la. m- a r ta atnnata.
ine palpal I nw.i
-ai asm LVtlAflAP a nrl PeTIL and
nuncio at Hrueta and Vienna.
There were two Cardinal Bhopa of
the name of Vannutelli the other U
Cardinal V. Vannutelli, prefect ena
tura. He Is 7 yearti old and wai
LINERS GO BELOW COST
riTB ririnc jaii- tea.ws.us
Dnisu tajia.no IX ALU
re)ral Jadae Approves rareaaao a ad
Tirma rayaaewla oa Two of V ra
se la Are Deferred.
. ... 1 PeJetsl Judffl
Houih. In an order filed today In the
I'nlled State Instrlct Court, approved
. 1 -u- Atl.tiilo Transnort
the purcnasa vT u
v..t Virginia, ona of the
companies composing th InternatloriBl
XlercantH inrine v omye-uj.
i.n.r. owned by the Pacific Mall Steam
The approximate coai i '.T
clflc Mail liner, accordln to a pe tl-
j . a l.t- Ob.. sr at I III 4 OU -
v00 ",.wji".,":.':r;r1,. auihoriied
UU" DUl I, II BJ put v,laav -
by Judit Hour.h amounts to S.2S0.OvO.
apportioned to cacn nip r"' "
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Korea. 11.17 tons, ouui m
Siberia. ll.: tons, built In 10
Chlaa. 00 ton, built in 1S. !60.-
000. . ,
Manchuria. tons, ouui m
. t.uiuid with interest at ft per cent
per annum from July SI, IMS.
UoDrmis. i.i 1111 . " -----
ll.iOO.Oi).. with Interest on SMOO.OOO
Ihero of at a per cent per annuiu
AufUSt li. 114.
KITCHENER VISITS FB0N1
rRt: M 4llTf.R AD ARMY
'lll:-!t ARK la PART.
, Ikrrlarrd to llavo lllaataas of
V trtecT o Ussrr, bat Are Maklas;
a el led laaaeadaa-a of Peace.
fARI. Auc. 1 A Joint inspection
of part of the western battle lin waa
made Monday by Lord Kitchener. Alex
ander Mtllorand, th French War Min
ister. General Joffr and eir John
Prera-h. tha commanders In chief of th
French and British armies.
Lord Kltcheoer and M- JJIlIerand
were Impressed by the appearance of
tha troop and thalr moral. In an
address, M. Mtllerand said:
"After a year of war. th enemy no
lonitrr has illusions of winning. He
predicts Internal dissensions anions
WHO DIED YESTERDAY
fv v V ;
tho enemies which he hope will oc
cur. Already he is endeavoring to In-
i.it, n.n i r. 1 e.nt nlarea before bellisT-
erents veiled Innuendoes of peace.
iet me assure you r im - u . -People,
Parliament and iornmert
1 - k M..PA H.mli. Hstsr-
nmr uav wwi, .. . ... .
mined. In close accord with our heroic
and faltnrul allies, never to lay u u
our arms until tb day arrives when
w shall have attained our goal, and
If tb road to Tlpperary is lonir. the
price is sufficlantly hiKh to Justify Its
paylnar for all tha delays, difficulties
and sadnesses along; tha road, because
Its price is th liberation of the world."
WATER USERS SHOW FIGHT
Mass Meeting Held at Wenalohco
and Canal Control Is Aim.
WE.N'ATCHEE. Wash., Auf. 1.
(Special.) A mass meeting of water
users under th "hllth line" canal met
last nlcht to listen to the report of the
director of th reclamation district,
particularly on their efforts toward
the acquiring of tbo canal from the
creditors, Th trustees were Indorsed
In lhair purpose of resisting In th
courts claims of tha creditors, exceed
In lb report submitted the directors
announced tha calling- of a bond elec
tion on September II, authorising- the
Issuance of liOO.OOO In bonds to be
used In maklns; a casb offer for th
canal and maklns; necessary repairs.
TRIAL MOVED 14 MILES
Baker Jaatiee Cannot Hear Handl
ers' Dispute, Which Goes to Ha lne.
BAKER. o Aur.. Special.)
Charges of Harry ilrandt. of Pleasant
Valley, that William Pierce, also of
Pleasant Valley, had attempted to pull
him from his horse that ho mluht whip
him will have to be aired in Justice
Court at Haines. II miles north of bere.
because the Baker Justice. K. L Hub
bard, has been legal representative of
pierco for some time,
Th quarrel between the two ranch
ers is aliened to have crown out of a
boundary dispute. Constable Bowman
has placed Pierce under arrest, and the
case will be tried Tuesday.
Karlhquakes Kelt Near Colvllle. -
COLVII.I.K. -Wash- Aug". 1. (Spe
cial.) A distinct earthquake shock was
felt here Tuesday mornlns; at :0S
o'clock, the vibration last Ins; about
threo seconds, with the active tendency
from south to the north. Slight tre
mors were notllceabie at Intervals
throughout the night.
Cigarette Stub Sets Grain Afire.
WALLA WALLA, Wash, Aug. 1
(Special.) Four or five acres of stand
ing grain on tlve Curtis Castle farm, on
Pry Creek, were burned yesterday, and
the whole field endangered, when a
passerby tossed a burning cigarette
stub Into the grain.
Record Peach Grown on City Lot.
HOOD RIVER. Or, Aug. IS. (Spe
cial.) W. L. Smith has grown on a
city lot on the heights tho record peach
for the year. The fruit, of tho Craw
ford variety, weighs exactly 1 ounces.
It Is four Inches in diameter and 10
Inches In circumference.
YOU CAN EASILY
By a Harmless Recipe
Dye or Sticky Mess.
Tou can easily change your strag
gly gray, prematurely gray, streaked,
faded or wispy hair to an even, beau
tiful original dark shad by sham
pooing hair and scalp a few times
with V)-Ban Hair Color Restorer. Noth
ing else required. U-Ban la a ready-to-use
liquid, harmless to tha most
delicate halr or scalp. It Is not a dys,
but acta on th roots, making hair and
scalp healthy, so al) rour gray hair
and entire hea-l of hair naturally
changea to a beautififl dark shade, so
evenly that no one can tell you have
applied U-Ban.. This treatment also
stops itching scalp, dandruff and fair
ing batr. "making scalp clean and (eel
fine. Q-Baa guaranteed to turn all
your gray hair dark, making the en
tire bead of hair evenly dark. soft,
lustrous, fluffy, thick and handsome.
Money back guarantee. Big T-ox. ooule,
only 5 cent. At Huntley s Drug store.
Fourth and Washington sts-. Portland,
Or. Out-of-town folks supplied by
MAN AS PRESIDENT
Woman Candidate Has Only
184 Votes Against 479 for
David B. Johnson.
DISORDER IS QUELLED
Disturbing; Demonstration Follows
Mention of Name or Brooklyn
Superintendent ther Offi
cers Are ot Opposed.
OAKLAND. Cal., Aug. 18. Tho Na
tional Kducation Association today
elected David B. Johnson, of South
Carolina, as Its president. Many wom
en teachers voted for him, despite ef
forts of the -opposition to draw a sex
line. He received 47 votes to 184 cast
for Grace C Strachan. district super
intendent of schools of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Tho nomlnatng committee, by a vote
of 39 to S. recommended the election of
Mr. Johnson. Motions and statements
flew thick and fast. Thomas Flnnegan.
of tho New York Stste Board of Educa
tion, read a minority . report on the
floor of the convention recommending
the choice of Miss Strachan for tbe
There wera disturbing demonstra
tions in the gallery when Miss Stra
chans name was resd. and several
times the presiding officer was com
pelled to rap for order. The disturb
ers were both men and women, but all
were In the gallery. Tho delegates
kept order, while the secrettry warned
the disturbers repeatedly.
Order was restored when James Y.
Joyner pleaded that the "convention
conduct Itself with the dignity which
an organisation of this kind should
maintain." .. ..
lr. David Starr Jordan, chancellor ui
Stanford University, was elected first
vice-president. Among tho other vice
presidents chosen were Mrs. Josephine
Preston, of Olympla, State Superin
tendent of Public Instruction of Wash
ington, and Walter R. Slders. of Poca
tello, Idaho. Miss Grace M. Shepherd,
of Boise. Idaho, was re-elected treas
urer. There were no contests for these
FIRE CAUSES$6000 LOSS
Two Upper Floors of Oneonta Apart
Several narrow escapes from the
flames and damage of mon than 16000
from fire and water resulted when
tho Oneonta Apartments, at 187 Sev
enteenth street, caught fire at 1:45 P.
M. yesterday from unknown causes.
Tho fir swept through the two up
per stories of the building, which Is
three stories In height, breaking
through the roof. The apartments were
not seriously hurt by the flames, but
it is feared that the water damage
may prove high.
Tha building Is owned by the Rotn
child estate and managed by Mrs. W.
A. Flrebaugh. Twenty-five families
were living there.
More. Munition Works Taken Over.
LOXDOV. Aug. 19. David Lloyd
George, Minister of Munitions, an
nounced today that his department had
taken over ISO more establishments for
tho production of war munitions. The
total number'of these plants now un
der tho control of the ministry Is 35.
Most Jobs sre steady to the man who is
jFisieks JDLMD f 10'
IWTEN, buy your Fall
-LV-L Suits now and take the
benefit of a full season's wear.
I have made three special prices
on some new arrivals you'll say
they're the cleverest models in the
See some of them displayed in the
Morrison-street windows more
Morrison at Fourth
DESIGN LAID TO BRITAIN
GERMAN CHARGE CAUSES SENSA-
TIOJT IN REICHSTAG,
Sir Edward Grey Declared to Have
Hiated at I sing Germany Against
Russia After War Ends.
BERLrtX. by wireless to Sayville, N.
Y Aug. 19. Dr. von Bethmann-Holl-weg.
the German Imperial Chancellor.
In a speech today at the opening of
the Reichstsg. after a recees since May
30, in a sensational statement, quoted
the words which ho declared Sir Ed
ward Grey spoke to tho German Am
bassador at London when the latter
took leave of the British Foreign Min
ister after the beginning of the war
in August, 1914.
"Sir Edward Grey," said the Chan
cellor, emphasizing his words, "said
that war between the two countries
would make it possible that at the
conclusion of peace he could render us
more valuable services than had Eng
land remained neutral."
. The Chancellor explained that he In
terpreted these words to mean that
England desired the friendship of a
beaten and weakened Germany as a
counter-influence against powerful
Russia. England would be ready to
use such a Germany a weak country,
without industry and without a navy.
The Chancellor's report of this scene
in London caused a profound sensation
in the Reichstag.
GERMANS WIN SEA BATTLE
British Cruiser and Torpedo-Boat
Destroyer Reported Sunk.
BERLIN, by wireless to Tuckerton,
JT. J.. Aug. 19. German torpedo-boat
destroyers have sunk a small British
cruiser and a British destroyer by tor
pedolne; them In an engagement of
edibytlie Fisher KoiiririMilli'
to. has hem awarded aVddmedal
byilie jury of Awards of the Manama
1 IV II WAV. I
small craft off the west coast of Jut
land, the German Admiralty announced
today. The text of the statement is:
"On August 17 at 2 o'clock five boats
of one of our torpedo-boat flotillas at
tacked a small modern British cruiser
and eight torpedo-boat destroyers near
Hornsriff lightship, on the west coast
of Jutland, afld sank the cruiser and
The Queen of all North Pacific Coast wa
tering places 26 miles of smooth, firm,
sandy beach; no dangerous undertow; am
ple and pleasing accommodations for visi
tors; reached by a delightful hundred-mile
ride down the Columbia on the steamer
T. J. POTTER, HARVEST QUEEN or
Saturday-Monday Fare... $3
Six Months' Ticket $4
5-Ride Commutation $15
To any North Beach Point
Fares, schedules, reservations and
full information at the
Oregon-Washington Railroad &
CITY TICKET OFFICE ,
Washington at Third Street
Phones: Broadway 4500, A 6121
one destroyer with
forces had no losses."
"Farmer bovs usually have one ambition
in common: they want to Ret off the farm.
At least such was the cass In my child
hood's happy hour, and of those who real
ized it. comparatively few have joined the
back-to-the-farm movement." Rufe Hos-