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TIIE MORNING OREGOXIAN. TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. 1915.
FACTS Oil ARABIC
AmbasarJor Gerard Told Not to
Ask for Report From
CABINET MEMBERS AWAY
Orrk-tal Jnr1rr bI YYartiloston
JU-flrct Mraln Which Cro
Jloarlj Mo Word Contra
lTASmXCTOV. An. SJ- four dajs
1st. pM"i ln. a German submarine
-in til Wtita Mar llnsr Arabic, with
loss) of two American lives, and th
American Oovrr.mnt still la without
in. dstailrd and official Information
(rtaurir to sr-.ap Ha cours.
Ti only noinois development today
u a braak la thn official stlsnce
which caa surrounded tha White House.
f ratarr Tumulty, after courerrms
with ITaaldcnl Wilson. Issued this
-Aa soon a all tha fata regarding
tha Arable aro ascertained our eouraa
of actios will bo determined.
Utalla "till Jtoashc
Serrstary Lansing drclarad that all
the Information ao far la tha hands of
tha Stat Ivpartment waa fragmentary
and that dataila a tin war belna- lourht.
mbuMdor Pa, at l-ondon. who bad
frwrdd by mail a detailed statement.
InrlKlins sum affidavits of American
urvtvora waa Instructed to aaod Ira
mediate! y m summary by cable. Soma
)ttarbea wer received from him. but
they were not ma.ie public, but It waa
nlrtood tha department waa unwtll
In to r out malarial It conaidered
While t.' a situation waa a waiting
anti official quartera reflected the
atrain whk-a crowa hourly, aa no woro
com' from the irnuiD government.
The I'Bttrd States had -clearly tx
pressed Ita opposition to deatructloa of
merchant ahtpa without warnlnc and
l&ii pointed: y warned Oermany asatnst
repetition of such t raced tea la which
An- ertrana are Involved. In tha opinion
f Mate Kpannrnt official. It la not
now incumbent upon the American Got.
eminent to ask Uermaay for an excuse
f-r the rondurt of the submarine com
B-.ander who sunk tha Arabic
It la assumed that anlesa tlermany
wihs to make an outrlsht Issue with
the I'ntted Mate some explanation
would n-n volunteered. ActinsT with that
thouaht. Ambassador Oerard waa In
trusted today to report whether be had
received a report from tha tierman gov
ernment on tha sinking of the Arable.
)( waa not. however. Instructed to ask
It la said the State Department will
Bl fiei-esMMly wall Indefinitely on
trmnr before taklna; whatever action
ia decided upon, neither doea It Intend
to lavtte or encourace argument. All
it waata now are the facta
tVhea tbeae are aasembled and offi
cials are convinced their evidence la
roperly substantiated. President WIN
on will lay the rase before the Cab
inet. No meetinc haa been railed for
tnmtrrow. a reaular Cabinet day
all the ablnt mrmtwri but three are
eit of trie city. vrrat day more may
before thr Is a d-ftntt d-vvlop-mnt.
Mobll th sttuaeton remains
sncbaeo-d. with lrvsldrnt Wilson and
hia adviser waltlnc and prepared lo
ad av trie vttuatton may demand.
i mi. I TY or mim: citku
i.ernian Say Ufrhclt Order Intll
ratre Intrut la Itawu l -Ifct-ut.
HKKLIV. 21. liy Wlrele to
. Title Nva.1 rirrles rail atten
Ion t a rrmir kt rontraUlctlon in
t" Knatiitb prrsa reports rvcariitn-t
th Arabic. s.-lJ the m ersra Nras
-t in an Item riven out Xr trans
miMioA t.M-v. "r r-porl say that
t pnfr anl rrew received It fe
beir warn the eteamrr entered the
dtnctr i.'n. The distnbutioo of life
fcelt,. It t srsurj. atm;t of the eon
clutOi that tae steamer r plain In
tnd t rsm the submartne.
"uthr reports s-ty eiplu-ltty that
fro nhmarine or torpeda waa sixhted.
.rmitt.n; an .umpttB that the ship
etrnt-fc s lse mine.
-The Deutsche Tsar Z'itunc ay
e ltt rtIIy :
If tt is tme that a Oerman subma
rine 4estroret the Arbtc and that
mft'R cuuers thereby were arc),
tfentaliv drownet.1. this Is a fresh Jus
ttfifAtion cf irtrmja warnlnc to for
eigners nt to enter the war Bona on
bajar.l Hr :tlh snips."
- It t treme:jr rcrett ibl.' the
T.t'i Zeitunff uMs. t ht the I'nited
fttr b. ent:re!y dt-rtjrU.J ier
irtApir " frT:nrf and tri4 by threats
. ruf Oermny to jtte up submarine
warfare. hi h .s an tmposstUtUiy.' "
DYNAMO TO DRIVE WARSHIP
Kce of California to He Laid In New
York Yard Se-pceuibrr 10.
NEW tORK. Aug. IX Tha keel of
the battleship Oal lorma will be laid
In the .New Vork .Vajr-)ard September
1 . u was announced today. Tbe Cali
fornia w'.:i te t.ie first f:gutioi craft
la anjr Rat r lo b e-iuipped iia eleo
trU- er.ctnes fur her own propulsion.
aitCio-tgn suc engtnea save been taor
ougbir teeied in tnetr use bj tbe col
Material for tre constrncriion or tne
been a. cumulating In I
for .ever.! months, and ,
aut l.ovtl.ove pounos or steel are i
resdr o be u-ed in tie building of tbe;
MC In most respects. otKer than tne!
ens nea. tne Cauforma will resemble i
t ie battlesMp Artaona. but will bare a
tonnage of 12 aa compared to (be
JAPAN IS TO AID RUSSIA
crista In trie relations between Japan
and China became so serious that Ja
pan. foroee:ng the possibility of hos
tilities, devoted fcer energies to the ac
cumulation of war supplies for herself.
Ummm aa ! bells eede4.
Although Russia has placed eatenslve
war orders In th s country, she haa re
ceived from the I'n.trd States little In
the way of guns or shells. The ship
ment to Kul from rS'-ific ports
.ae consisted principally of surplies
such as motor trucks and other heavy
France and Frg'and hve found tret
te une7e"trd demaad for ammunition
ewrtng tie war haa stra.ced t e.r re
tourvee to te utmot. eo that trey
rave beea able to lend Kuaaia little
thla respect. Tbe inauguration of the i
treat Anstro-German movement found
Ku.sla unable to meet the emersency
with any such array of fune and ahelia
aa were possessed by her opponents.
Russian military officer attribute to
thla fact the rapidity of the Austro
Uermaa advance, statin that tiie fall
of Warsaw, aa well aa the eventa which
preceded It. was brought on largely by
thla atata of affaire.
Notwithstanding- every effort to In
crease the dome-tic output. Kussla's fs
cilttlee are stl.l comparatively small,
and entirely insufficient to meet larice
demands of such a campaign aa is
now under way. With the Baltic Sea
rloaed to her vessela from without, ahe
haa been able to Import supplies only
through tha port of Arcbantcel. closed
by I. e during a large part of the year,
or over the trans-lstherlan Kail road.
The attempt of the allies to force the
Iardanellea haa alio aa one of Ita great
oblecta the openinit of the stralta for
the assistance of liu.sla.
Advices received by the Associated
Press from Vladivostok several weeks
ago said that great amounta of sup
plies were received there for transpor
tation to the liusaian front. Word was
received from Toklo early thla month
that Japan had stripped large coast
guna from her fortifications on the
northeaet-rn coast and bad shipped
them to ladlvostok.
Notwithstanding thla assistance, the
Kusjitaa supply of munitions baa fallen
far below the requisite amount, and i
fortnight ago the Kussian 1'uma Inst!
tuted a secret Inquiry Into this condi
tion of affairs. It was reported that In
this connection charges had been
urought against General W. A. ftouk
hemlinoff. who resigned aa Minister of
War in June.
CZAR LOSES ASSOWETZ
CKRM t OTCITT STRONG
TRKSS IX KIMIA.
Trlia Re pa I Desperate
Attack KMt ( BlrUk, Ii
tmm Heary Ltun.
BEKLIX. via London. Auir.
man troop have occupied the fortre
of Ovsowrlx, which wa evacuated by
the Rujtgtanf, Oermin army headquar
ter annoumed today.
The official communication ay:
On the Uobr me occupied OMsoiretz
fortr. which waa evacuated by the
"North and vouth of Tykocln nuceenn-
fal cncRruenta took place. Tykocln
wa taken. On thin oven ion 1:00 prl-
onrm. Including 1 1 officer, and
machine it una fell Into our hands.
"Ut-npfrate Russian counter-attacks
eajut of HiUk failed, with conalderable
lo-rnea to the enemy, and we advanced
outh of this town.
"The army of Prince Leopold of Ra-
varta haa cronaed the Klesxoxe-Leranxa
line and I en a iced In further favor
able attacks. We took ZoO prisoners
and 1 machine runs were captured.
"Army of Field Marshal Ton Mncken
s-n The rrolnjra over a tributary of
the Tulva have been captured, after
fierce resistance on th front between
Kaxna and tiie mouth of the river. An
attack across the Rug above the trlbu
tary of the lulva Is making progress.
"On both sida of Svitjoie and at
Ptszuia. east of Vladoa, the enemy
waa drfrated yesterday and driven
back towards the northeast. '
CUT IN RATES AUTHORIZED
California-Atlantic Tariff Are lrs
Than for Intcriiirdlnle I'olntA.
WASHINGTON. Auir. fLDecause of
competition In traffic between the Pa
cific and the Atlantic ("oasts throuab
the Panama Canal, the Interstate Com
merce Commission today authorised the
Santa Fe Katlmad and the Mallory
Steamship Company to make rates be
tween California point and the Atlan
tic Coast lower than those charred for
The order authorise a rate of 40
cents a . pounds on carload of aa
phaltum. bean, lentils, peas, canned
Koods and barley; cents a 113 pound
on dried fruit In bxe and ) cent in
sacks, to Itoaton. Philadelphia. Haiti
more and Char.eston. The order tnrct
the rat a I re. id y authorised to the
Southern Pacific Hail road.
The order leave some Intermediate
points In the West with rate 3' or 35
cent a hundred pounds hither than on
t h full distance from California to the
KLAMATH FALLS PRAISED
California firaln llnjrr (inilliucnta
KUM.VTI1 KALUS, Or, Auc. IJ.
SperiaL "Klamath Falla la the lie.
Ilest town I've hit jret.- said W. II.
Pain, of Woodland. Cal.. thia morning.
Mr. Cam represents Thomas. Menhen
St Mattel, grain dealers and exportera
"There seems to be more business here
than any oilier town of Its size, and
more than miny of the larger places
that I liate been la." he said.
!r. Cain haa been here several days
and haa made trli's out Into tha coun
try In various directions from here.
Unking over the grain situation fur
the Kail. He rame with the an
nounced Intention of buvinir. but finds
he is too early yet to secure grain,
tie state. t::e gram under Irrigation in
the valley la particularly good aa com
pared with the crop generally, and
says he wilt return later to buy for
STEFAKSSOiM NOT SIGHTED
fatter Ilear AIm Says No Word of
New Jeraey lla Ileen KerelveO.
NOME. Alaska. Aug. 13. The United
Stairs coast guard cutter near, which
carried Ihe mails to Point Barrow, the
moat northerly point of Alaska, re
turned to Nome today and reports that
no word of VHiiilmur Stefansson, the
"florer. and hi. two companions had
b"? '"'I'1- ,
tiler has been heard of the gssollne
howner New Jersey, heretofore re
ported mll:r. The New Jersey left
Nome ial Fail under command of
Captain Or In lunk. a trader, who had
with him a rrew of Eskimos.
OREGON CADETS PRAISED
A mi j Officers Note Improvement at
ORKlWX AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.
Corvallls. Aug. S3. tS;ectal. A letter
from Hrtcadier-General Tasker H.
Uiisa. chief of staff. United States
Army, at Washington. D. C. to the
Oreson Agrlc-.ilt uial College. says
tl'at the attention of Secretary Garri
son haa been drawn to the satisfactory
Improvement and steady progress of
the work of Ihe military department
here. The reports were based on the
tatist annual Inspection of the cadet
regiment by Captain YV. T. Merry, who
has been tae Inspecting officer for the
laet three years.
The cadet regiment Is ranked In the
second highest tlase attainable by
rad't of institutiona other than aolely
fiUEF IS SET FREE
Exit Made by Side Door While
Movie Men Wait in Rain.
ACTIVITY CURBED FOR TIME
Parole, at Own llequest. Provides
for Residence in Mendocino
Conntv 90 Day to Prevent
5AN RAFAEL, Cat. Anr. JJ. Abra
ham Kuef. once a prominent political
power In San Francisco politics, waa
liberated from San Quentln Peniten
tiary today upon parole. He had
served four years, five months and IS
days of a 14-year term for offering a
bribe to J. J. Kurey, Supervisor of tian
Motion-picture operators and new
paper men stood guard alnce daylight
In a drizxle at the main Rate. Kuef
left through a side gate without re
ceiving the attentions prepared for
A clause In his parole, requested by
Rue', compela him to remain in Men
docino County for 90 daya ao that he
may not be charged with activity
r-'an Francisco politics, where a munlcl
nal camoalgn is undec way.
In addition to bis prison term, Ruef
spent three years In jail In San Fran
cisco after indictment upon a charge
of extortion In lo. which later waa
lie waa sentenced to 14 years Im
Prlsonment March 7. 111, which was
reduced by good-behavior credits to
eight years and ten months.- A prevl
otia request for parole waa denied be
cause no parole may be granted until
a Drlsoner haa served half hla term.
At tha railroad station here, four
milea from the penitentiary, he was
met by hla sister. Mrs. Henrietta
Stttenfcld and her daughter. Pauline,
with whom he will make his home near
Permission to visit his aged mother.
Mrs. Adele Meyer, who haa been ill
for two years In San Francisco, will be
asked by Kuef. it is said. She is more
than 80 years old.
SERBIA BOWS TO ITALY
OF MA1X BALKAN DIFFI
Cl'LTIFS IS CLEARED.
Agreeaaeat Kearbed Regarding; Albania
and ego t la t leas With Bal
sa rla Are Still Tader Way
MILAN', via Tarla. Aug. 23. One of
the main difficulties In the way of a
solution of the Balkan problem ravor
able to the entente allies haa been setl
tlcd, according to an Interview with
Premier Tachltch, of Serbia, published
In the Corriere Delia Sierra. The
premier la quoted as saying that Serbia
haa given way to Italy regarding Al
bania. Premier I'achitch. according to
the newspaper, went over several
Dhases of the present aituation, aa well
as declaring- that Austria haa tried sev
eral times since the beginning of the
war to conclude a separate peace with
Serbia, but met with refusala from the
The Inaction of the Serbian army.
the Premier said, waa due to ssnltsry
conditions and the necessity for re
organization and the accumulation of
When the moment comes, he aeciarea.
the Serbian army will fight steadfast
ly and in accord with the armies of
Serbia's allies, true to the principles
of the Italkane for the Italkan peoples.
Serbia haa been endeavoring ever
since the beginning of the war to
reach an agreement with Iiulgarla and
ia trying to do ao now.
G. E. PRICE INCOMPETENT
Iuc to Accident, Lawyer Cannot
Take Charge of National Guard.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 23. (Spe
cial.) George E. Price, 14J Can tins.
The Presidio, who two weeks ago was
notified that he had been elected to
command Troop A. cavalry of the
National Guard of that stale, waa today
declared Incompetent by Supervisor
Jude Thomas Graham.
Price, who Is a retired army lieuten
ant with a pension of J ISO a month,
waa hit on the head In an accident a
short time ago. according to his wife,
Mrs. Mary Price. Mrs. Price was
granted letters of guardianship by
since his retirement Mr. Price has
been practicing law. The testimony
of the wife at the hearing today was
corrooorated by Dr. Roger Brook.
TRADE POOLS ARE FAVORED
California us Itefore Commission Di
vided on Scope, However.
LOS AN'GELES. Aug. Z3 The United
States Trade Commission's hearing
here today showed that In Southern
California, men interested In expansion
of American trade abroad are agreed
that the national anti-trust laws should
be amended to permit pools or combin
ations for the benefit of foreign com
merce, but are divided on the scope
snd application of such combinations or
Among the men who testified before
members of the commission today were
manufacturers Interested In pushing
patented or trade-marked articles In
CITY ROSE GARDEN IS PLAN
tiaperts Coming to Portland to Con
fer With Mr. Baker on Project.
Two rose experts will be in Port
land this week advancing the idea of
a municipal rose garden. They are
Robert Pyle. the rose expert of West
Grove. Pa., vice-president of the Ameri
can Rose Society, and E. G. Hill, of
Richmond. Ind.. a world-known creator
They will confer with George Itker,
of the Department of Public Affairs.
Mr. Pyle haa volunteered to donate all
the varieties of roses known, and ex
pert landscape architects offer the city
The plan for a rose garden Is fos
tered by the American Rose Society.
GAME TO BE WATCHED
Forest Rangers and lire Wardens
May Help Work.
The most comprehensive system for
the protection of game in the atate
will be initiated in th very , near
future If the plans of Carl D. Shoe
maker. State Game Warden: Frank A
Elliott, State Forester, and 8. C. Bart
rum, supervisor of the National forests
In the Roseburg district, are approved
by the State Game and Fish Commis
sion and the State Forestry Board.
Last night at the Imperial Hotl
these three state and Federal officials
met and formed a tentative plan that
will be unfolded before the State Game
and Fish Commission that will be in
session at Salem today. They propose
to recommend that the United States
Forest Service, through its ranger,
and wsrdens, co-operate in the distri
bution and planting of fish in the
streams of Oregon, and particularly in
those that lie in the state and Na
A thorough examination of all the
streams within the National forests
was reported by Mr. Bartrum last night
and it was also his comment that the
streams outside the state and Na
tional forests would be examined to
discover whether or not they were
suitable for the planting of trout If
the system proposed meets with the
approval of the state boards. It will
materially strengthen the forces o
protection of the game, fish and the
forests In the state.
As the law Is now, all fire wardens
In the employ- of fhe state are ex of
ficio game wardens, but as yet the re
verse Is not tne case. in oroer mat
there may be further co-operation be
tween these two departments of the
state. It is the Intention of Mr. i-Ulott
to sppoint ail the game wardens lire
wardens, who will serve the state
forestry department without pay.
There has always been close co
operation between the officials of the
state and National forest services, it
is said, and with the inclusion of the
representative of the Game and Flub
Commission In the new plan, protec
tion in all three departments will be
Increased many fold.
PRISONERS MAKE PLAINT
BARO.V DE CONSTASI VISITS CAP
TIVES IM FRANCE.
German Officers Kept Spotless by Or
derlies aad Mew Well Fed, But
Demand More Freedom.
PARIS. Aug;. 23. Baron D'Estour
nelles De Constant, who has been visit
ing the camps of German prisoners
at Belle Isle, In wrltins; for the Temps
a description of what he saw, declares
that every officer has an orderly who
blacks his bootn, brushes his clothes
and does his washing or has it done.
All the officers wear spotless linen and
are freshly shaven. They observe
amorxr themselves a most correct dis
cipline. Baron D Estournelles. In talking
with soldiers remarked that they
"It is to our good health and our
German temperament that we owe
being as we are." one replied.
"And our discipline! Arise every
moraine; at 6 o'clock and take my ex
ercise in the open air."
"But after all what is it you lack?"
asked the Baron.
All the men in the group exclaimed,
baths, gardens, liberty.
They were reminded that they had
two sea baths a week and on many
occasions were permitted to wander
about quite freely.
Dinner consists usually or lour
Visitors, the Baron asserts, or; wel
come at the camps. Representatives
of the United States Embassy call
The prisoners have magazines, gym
nasiums and musical instruments. The
prisoners complain, however, that they
are compelled to sleep 1Z in a dormi
tory. Chinook to Dredge Channel Shoal.
ASTORIA. Or.. Aug. 23. (Special.)
To work on the shoal between the
channel in which she has been digging
and what is known as the sounth chan
nel, off the end of the Jetty, the dredge
Chinook left for the mouth of the river
early this morning. The removal of
thla shoal, which Is expected to be
accomplished before Fall, will provide
one main channel 3500 feet wide and
carrying a depth of approximately 36
feet at low tide.
Oregon City Boy Is Missing.
OREGON CITY, Or.. Aug. 23. (Spe
cial.) Chief of Police Shaw today
notified the police of the leading val
ley cities of the disappearance of
Orvllle Albright, aged 13 years, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albright.
The boy's parents believe that he ran
away and that he Is on his way to
Newport. He Is large for his age. has
brown eyes, dark hair, and, when he
dropped from sight, wore a blue cap.
blue overalls, blue coat and sandals.
Interned French Aviator Escapes.
PARIS. Aug. 23. Eugene Gilbert, the
French aviator who was obliged to
land in Switzerland June 27 through
an accident to his motor, after bom
barding the Zeppelin sheds at Fried
richshafen, and was interned near St.
Gothard. has escsped. He arrived in
Paris last night and reported for serv
ice at the French Ministry of War to
ANY way you turn on city
streets or country roads,
you're almost certain to
find Standard Oil Company
.This means that no matter where
you tour on the Coast, you can
go every foot of the way on the
oil and gas that won highest
honors, P. P. I. E. gold medals
for efficiency, for uniformity,
for quality Zerolene, the stan
dard oil for motor cars, and Red
Crown, the gasoline of quality.
( CAtirB rA )
Mail and Telephone Orders Filled by Expert Shoppers
Merchandise of cJlerit Only
Pacific Phone, Marshall
Crepe Kimonos to $1.75 for $1.23
Crepe Kimonos to $2.75 for $1.59
These kimonos are made of soft plisse or serpentine crepe in flowered patterns or plain colors.
In loose, flowing. Empire and fancy draped styles. Kimono or set-in sleeves, some with lingerie
collars and cuffs, trimmed in various styles. Fourth Floor.
$1.25 Middy Blouses for 98c
In regulation style made of heavy galatea in all-white, or with navy collars and cuffs,
braid trimmed. Plain or laced fronts. In sizes for children and women.
50c Amoskeag Chambray Petticoats 39c
An excellent petticoat for this warm weather, made in full style, with deep flounce.
Comes in wide or narrow stripes in gray or tJue.
Petticoats Selling up to $1.25 for 69c
Excellent skirts, in stripes or plain colors, all in the latest full style,
flounces, .corded and pleated ruffles. All made with dust ruffles.
Women's Summer Wash Dresses
At Two Radical Clearance Prices
For Dresses Selling to For Dresses Selling to
Sale Summer Knit Wear
Kayser Vests of fine
white cotton aOC
Swiss ribbed, round neck,
sleeveless, narrow shoulder straps.
50c White Summer
Lisle Vests. . .
Low neck, sleeveless, wide cro
cheted yokes. In pure white.
$1.00 White Silk Lisle
Very full sizes. With pretty
hand-crocheted yokes. Summer
GOLD OUTPUT INCREASES
DIRECTOR OF MINT WOOLEY ISSUES
STATEMENT FOR 1914.
Xevada and Hub. Show Principal De
creases In Gold Production roar
States Show Increase.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 23. Increased
production of both gold and silver
duties for the calendar year of 1914.
u compared with 1913, is shown in a
statement issued today by Director of
the Hint Wooley.
Thi srold outDUt was 4.572,976 fine
ounces vaUied at S94.531.800, and silver
72.455,100 fine ounces, the commercial
nf ivhlrh was S40.067.700. Gold
produced was greater by J5.647.500 than
In 1913, and silver was greater oy
5.653.600 fine ounces or S3, 126,400.
Nevada and Utah showed the prin
cipal decreases in gold production
1441,200 and $193,300 respectively,
while the increases were:
Colorado. S1.79Z.700: AlasKa, i,34(.-
900; California, J1.010.60U. and Mon
Idaho showed the largest gain in
silver with 3,096,700 fine ounces valued
Siamese King's Adviser Arrives.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 23. Jens
Iverson Westengard. adviser to tho
King of Siam for 12 years, arrived here
todny on the steamer Shinyo Maru ac-
sss. I III
5000 Home Phone, A 6691
Fine Ribbed White
Cotton Union Suits.
A desirable weight for hot
weather wear. Low neck, sleeve
less, lace knee.
$1.00 White Lisle
Fine ribbed, low neck, sleeve
less, tight or loose knee, plain or
French band finish at neck.
Kayser Union Suits of
white cotton DUC
Low neck, sleeveless, tight knee,
with stay-on shoulder strap, rein
forced for extra wear. All sizes.
companied by his wife and son. They
are on their way to Cambridge, Mass.
Mr. Westengard is a member of the
permanent Hague arbitration tribunal.
During his residence in Siam, the King
Poslam does wonders in clearing com
plexions overnight; soothes inflamed
skin; relieves Sunburn, Ivy-Poisoning,
Mosquito-Bites, taking out all soreness.
The same positive healing power by
which Poslam eradicates worst cases
of stubborn Eczema will serve you, if
you will but employ it, to be rid of any
affection or disordered condition of the
skin. Minor troubles require few ap
plications. Pimples quickly go.
Poslam Soap is the absolutely safe
soap for tender, sensitive skin a daily
delight for Toilet and Bath.
For samples, send 4c stamps to Emer
gency Laboratories. 32 West 2oth St.,
New York City. Sold by all Druggists.
Return Limit 30 Days
Hop-Pickers Special Trains
Friday, August 27th
Sunday, August 29th
Monday, August 30th
On Friday and Sunday Only ,
Special Will Leave
Portland Union Depot.. 9:30 A. M.
Arrive Independence. . .12:30 P. M.
Arrive Wigrich 1:00 P. M.
On Monday, August 30th
Special Will Leave
Portland Union Depot.. 7:35 A. M.
Arrive Independence. . .10:35 A. M.
Arrive Wigrich 11:05 A, M.
Tickets will be good going on special trains
only on above dates but can be used
for return on any train within limit.
Baggage for these trains must be delivered at
team track in terminal yard on Thurs
day, August 26th, Saturday, August
28th and Monday, August 29th. Num
ber and location of baggage car can
be secured from baggage agent, Union
Further particulars, tickets, etc., at City
Ticket Office. 80 Sixth Street, Cor. Oak.
Phones Broadway 27S0, A 6704.
John M. Scott, Gen. Pass. Agt, Portland, Or.
See the New Small
For Outing Occasions
Sold on easy terms of
$1.00 down, $1.00 week.
Some with deep
Sale Nickel .
Bath Room Fixtures
50c Nickel Towel Rods, 24
inch size .29c
$1.25 Nickel Towel Rods.
30-inch size :. .98c
$1 20-inch Towel Rods. . .69c
$1 Glass Shelf, size 24x18
5j0c Toilet Paper Holder. .29c
$ 1 Kitchen Soap Dish,
spring "attached 69c
50c Bath Tub Soap Dish. .29c
75c Bath Tub Soap Dish. .59c
$1.25 Toilet Paper Holder 98c
$1.25 Three -Arm Towel
Rack, extra heavy 93c
25c Toothbrush Holder 14c
35c Toothbrush Holder. . .23c
$1 Three -Arm Washcloth
75c Wall Soap Dish 59c
50c Bath Brushes 39c
$1 Rubber Bath Sprays... 69c
$1 Bath Brushes 69c
conferred a number of decorations upon
A town Is too quiet whea seeing1 the
train eo through Is the principal amuse,
ANTI-KAMNIA TABLETS STOP
Dr. E. C. Underwood says that there is no
expression of neuralgia which U more dis
tressing than that known as Sciatica. Tha
cauae of this condition Is usually exposure
to cold and dampness. One of the most
common causes is rheumatism; Indeed this
is so olten the cause that some writers In
clude sciatica among the varieties of rheu
matism. The treatment Includes remedies to
counteract the cause of the disease, at well
as measures looking to the relief of pain.
Whatever treatment may be employed, two
things must be borne in mind the patient
must be kept as free from pain as possible
and be kept as quiet as possible. One or
two Antl-Kamnia Tablets should be given
rv two or three hours, and tbe patient
must be warned against, going out in Incle
Anti-Kamnla Tablets may be obtained al
all druggists In any quantity, lOo worth ot
more. Ask lor A-K Tablets.
In Headaches, Neuralgias, and all Pains,
they give prompt reuel.