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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. rRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1915.
PORTLAMl i.IRL FINDS RELATIVKS FROM WHOM SHE HAS BEEN
AFTER MANY YEARS
LOST SINCE BABTHOOU.
i REVENUE PLAN
Men, Main Floor
Young Men, Second Floor
ELLING of Men's
and Young Men's
Miss M. A. Roberts Goes East
to Meet Relatives Whom
She Never Knew.
Money Badly Needed, but
Leaders Arc at Sea as to
Methods of Raising It.
coats at $15 to $35.
When we talk of -Mist-Proof
BROTHER SOLVES MYSTERY
WILSON NOT CONSISTENT
llrailaaw Ahal Jis-tlu3 Prrvl
t la .Y.-rord W HI)
Artln In f.itia tir--tei
lo (raima I til.
!. im v N:H lit'l::l.
1 a.;)lna""n Jov. I'., tt I. ano'Hl
t'n jthor.fT. mat the ITit. I
b-a annual aJ'lr... I I'diarr... Wl'l
pirn eat i?ie .. ity f r fii ad-
' .1 tionl revaD'4 I maat Ihe r . t f
1 ttt Natiorv.! f.fn. rforwini. but
lt b will rfr.iii from (omtiBf nut
th pacifM: in.a.w. br huh b re-
u?am of !: .riall
ri-t Tb l'r.i.in: bold tb.l l.aMa.
tati.t. for rimtf rr'i mut rt.
a" In the t.j f l;rr-ntat.
ta.er.fir ha faaia hitiu v a!ul I'll-
the lot h-w i houi4 fram tt
Thi la av fnr In. I.. n.r ts
rreahlent I li nrltrnl H tin the
r''tt , of rnirM waa railed
In March. tt:. ! rl tariff. Iha
I'ra.idant dil h'.itat It a'ithna lh
kn. cf lnff t 'A ha want. I. vr did:
ha haaitata In In. 11 Ibat tha liouaat
p.. . bill rla- iti ur an I raw wool f
l! fr Il.t.
RntMr Ir trlelaj.
Tha trutn la that tha Pra.li'nt ard
thar I'amo. rat.: ade ar much at
.a er tla rvlrQ'jp. No ora ha OUt-
.n.. a mm! lory rUa of fiiins r
en.i that will wip out ti traurr
lath it an. f:ma tha Armr and
rrDirtmmt Thar la di.ar.itr of oplfa-
..r aitiorW rvmo.-ral afcl irnrftl lir
of all lr thua far prtal on on a
pnlnt oolr rt tha rridenl othaf
tead-ra in mrord. mn-i that la in pppo-
iiton. to rr achama for ral.in; mora
r.efiue hr rertairwr tha tariff lrd
.V raaard an amendment of th In
come tt. a b"i'1 l.'. Im-ra4 "war
I , ... ' or otdar diral Uix. tbr 1 Bo
J.OTT,. wa.ka ita Iha rai-l'fl tbtl
tu'H ha tniaht 'a w.llir. to tha
ra,.r.rtra-l ! wool. ra.m'4-b a It
h i4 bf air'"l to a'pan.l tha fr
a i(r rUtM of tho lraiaraiol lar; but
a. rUrr M ii. b!r T" 'vo'
din. Tha r'c-l'ral Tra-1 1'omrrUi.on
ran. la r'lr. br tnairi )ta. If rr
n i t -. to av to r r) m m-r. .1 a IiIt
on l imtiar I r. W la orpoaa !
n '4m&r ii'T ar4 aaaafta that tha
arr.4ion In thm tm&af butnaaa la
a 4'ja to tha l'Brwal tariff, bat to
othr wall known onomte ratjaaa.
Tariff aoa IUM la a.
Tha AWrtilottr( on la afral-1 to ofn
Iha tartfC t i.slion. It f.ara that tariff
rttUhiB, If aeramptal oa a arrtail a a t a.
wnul-l atatop int m romprfhiB"
a.-hama w h I. b woult chaaca
Iha rharatr of tha In4rwni4
tar. -! tha ITaaMaat aCtTI rnatr.laiiw
t a I tha t twi f ajol law la a ' u-t rf
fa-t :an Iba urrin of In traa
t icir cUi. la a4w'ntal ra! u-taot I r.
b-it tha Jmini-fr i:in w tt ronyanl o
that m 't h ftf tt'oa ba-aua l ran mt
af'otl t- throw awav araolhar
of ravan'iO at a lili whan tt at
t-4r f--a a M' .. ! dafiiH. atvl
f'i.t. hr a.irr.a ra-n,a. raiaa I '. j.
mnra t rrtf tit tho 4feaa fro
g r krnma.
Tha pa.-t.t raaBta4 l brlrf!
lit Tr-.a rjTT(nt:,nci'n. aflar balntf
In a&aot ita robtrol of tha tiarnmant
f.r n--arW thraa a.ra. baa tl-mnat rat
r. lt. IraaMlil.r to ton ltl Iha llourn
martt In a b'i-in-lt war. :r
trttt.-iii- a" I roor maraamri II
baa i;iiffil iMirmDI aipanl:tura
In ai'-aa-l olrrrnmnt tn-oma to h
nirni of mora than I'. ' ' '' a ir;
it baa wp.t O'H a aurptua f I !. ).
a.n laft bl tha Tlfl AJni!rllrl!ol). and
rraa.i lrwta i a Ma" lft. it. In tb f-o
of taa fa t that It ha b 4 Iha rrafita
from an In. oma a all a ara. Hl
r,llai "war Ul wba b tha llaruhll'aO
Armtni.tr itma di4 not hava. an4 n!
In fa.-o of tba a't that tt b anr4
I ! pa ,! ) bT aurrraaainc pnMtc
bill.iln bll'a anH aaa4 anothar t'.'
n t no t hr kil'irw Iha rrular rlrrr and
Tha Tra'arr afi-lt. b4 It not baan
far tha tri'-oma tat. Iha air tat an4
tha f '-! of turU.- h'ii:4mt an4 rl.
ara an4 brbrk wout4 b bot laaa than
I '11, ar.
PRISONERS HEAR LECTURE
rrwrtkml I doratt.M twins Trlcij al
awaion f'onntj Jail.
tjrwuTov. ruh. So : '. .pav.
elii ITlaonar. of tba cool Ja: m
h inn tntrti'tioaa alone? tha linaa of
practtl adulation br I'rrd !. I'Tan.
pri.rUn! of th lwlttn lljalftaaa Col.
Iaa. an. th firat aaaaion waa hT4 In
tha rountr Jail la.t Tiaa.'lar. bhartff
I r iu- k pr.i.!a.l Ihe prtonr with,
tr,:t. pnc::a an I rl!in matartat.
naraaaarr t carry ctt Iha work and II
wa an tfitret. rta.a of 13 arlaoaara
'i rncii.. tn.tr jctlon from Mr.
Ma prnpnaaa to lo Iha prtaonara
two or thraa ..n aarh weak an ) P
ruiii.i:r an hour will b davotad to
i b lon.
ABERDEEN BOARD RACE ON
I ll'nj n Ja With l oar A'plranla
fvra-kinx Uxalkia IVnaty Job-..
Aiis:r.r.B:.v. w.a. n ::. isp-
:L r l'i" fr the IWard of I'.l i.a
tion h rl.d. wn lr man aaakinc
th o Ma.:aa t bo B.'-d at Ihe ar
ti.it ef t'a.'abar . Tha randMatra
ara A. . tJalitac. p.ominarit lo.urenee
man. Ia I'aaraall. Je ta Kafcete
ta. Im", Liartn'. lloyklnarn and .
U Rt6arta. wait known l'til War
Vrtarai. Int.rat tn tl rare la kaaa
ani t: a:a.-.on pr.n:iaa lo bo rloae.
f'stf t'wrt fonmi i..ianf f frorn Iha ap-
par muo'r rti.tri t A. C. M"-.NHt la
atanalinx I' ra.a'a-'toa). 1 1 a la bainc
appnaa l br A. ta t;irw. rf Kim.
ODELL TO BUILD SCHOOL
Mr. 1 are Anthetal by Vote
kite I IWInr, hoaihl.
riar I , l p. i it. t i -rull
Tb. ai.it e.'h. di.lrict will
In. a ki a. hot bu.i.tinx Th Sloord
of : f i-"t ion of t.i central i;;f com.
niait baa bean a't4ori4 by Votf
t pi4r.-b a r.ifii. aic. At a
f.rmr aia.-tion .aa.ral biontba aao
tha a b-wl .alri- oa. acain.t the
rrnp.! bian achool .mklft. Claaaa
kit! baan ron I . I4 th pal af In
I .a 1 If : oo . lU'L
r-..i. J -a I
'm v ; i
v . w
IS. A. C. GIBBS DIES
Widow of "War Governor"
Nearly 86 Years Old.
LONG LIFE FULL OF DEEDS
From Arrival In Orrcon tn I nil
Artl fart la Taa.ro In Malca
Welfare and In Mi arch and
With Ihe drain ft Mr. Addl.on
tlibba. wblh lock plare on Wadnraday
nlehl al the home rf h.r dauEhlcr.
Mr. Al'tan lrr lmr. on cf l"r.rUnd"
it4.t an! moat Interrattnc rlt;lrn
paa.ad aaray. fh waa the wife of
t'racon'a flral firtrrnnr.
Mr, tiibba wa one of the oldr.l
mr mt.ru of liie Klrat Mrlhndul
Cburrh. bln united itJl that body
la MS, fh waa prraidant of Ihe Aid
(ocirty of tha rhurrh for lrrtil yrar
and on of Ita moat popuUr and beat
b.Iorrd mmbr. For crral yrara
of Ute aha baa lakrn bo artire part .
la Ibe work, but waa alway Infrralrd !
and wit ins lo u htr Inf.urnra In any
Mr. t;ibb wa Mia M4fCrrt Wat-
ltln. bha waa born in Nrw Totk
rtale January 3. and wrnl lo
acbool in bprlncville. N. Y- where aha
waa -ralgt.d. It waa white lo achool
Ibat ' trial Addiaoo Otbb. and their
PAarriaa In 1 3 ( Ihe reault.
Tba aama year Ihe roqple came wral
br way of th tathmu cf I'anama.
Tbrv eit!aj firat In tniucla tounty.
on lb I'mpoua. where Mr. 7lbb rr
ratrad the arpointment of Coiirrtor cf
Tha famlty rame lo Torlland In lltf
and built a bom on t.e alte where
tba llriiic Thaaier la row located.
Ltr t :.r moTe.i to th adjoining
pl.ea at Park and Taylor atraet. Mr.
Oibba tnld many Inlerrat Inc aturlea
about tba early day.
On January I. 1IJ. when tlfrtnnr
Wr 4i a recaption honorlnc the
wire of all the a-."vernor. It waa
a matter of rfl to Mra tlibba that
h waa not lrti rnnuch l attend,
bat aha look a decided Intereet In Ihe
affair and when Intrrrlewrd told of the
daya In whl.-h her husband had been
teovvrnor. Mi ald she bu.y rear-
ln bar rhildren wblte b.r bu.bond
waa t( esacutlve.
Mra. tlibba a th mother of sevn
rhlidran. of whom. Charlaa V.
li.bfca. of Wailae. I I. ho. Mr. I. I.
raebard. of t nd-r a 44d. ab : and
M- tluir. of -rrcand. surrtv br.
The pibltc r.reer of Mr. Cibb ba-
yan tmmadiataiy after bia arrival bare.
Ha was a IVcl.lator from toui;la
t'ounty and wa elected (lorrrnur In
!;. for bla artmtte n laadlrg' In
lb frlrc(ion of 'nrffoa aaamat the
Indiana, be wa. a no a r aa iba war
i ior.rnor " hila on a bu.lna.a trip to
i:nclnd In h- il -a auddenty. Hi
bo.iy wa laid In ftivarvlaar eematery
wt.ar r.e atj-tw a..o wi: be buried.
Tfi. funaral will lake place al 7 34
o'clock oiy. from th I'inley under
lakintf parlor. Pr. II. J. Tibol.
of ralam. formerly Mr Oibb' pa. tor
In Ihe old Tyl-r-trt ehur.h. will
make an adlre.a and be wi:l be a...l-
H by ihe i:.r J II i.vd. paator of lb
rv.t "re.h t-r'.jn Chir. b.
Tba ral'baarara will b A. Tbu'low.
tr. C. lu Temp'at-n. John M.k. John
Uaat(. V. 11, Mwituw aad laid
arv. . J
i .. - i
: ' . - r :
I j II
II Late Mra. Addleon C. Clbaav
Mm. Kvrlyn Hurlry rvnny will
BURIED ARM GIVES PAIN
Amputated Mrmbrr Itlnlcrrrcl
Slralslilrnrtl and Kct.a. 1 jtajr.
8AI-KM. Or, Nor. "3. tSprrlal.) Bo-
rauao Huth KobrrtJ. Sam confection
rr, vlio.ii arm wa-a amputatad thraa
wrrka a so. declare I tbat th flnsrr of
hi dimrnibcrr-. arm wrr patnlncc him,
hla brother. Sol. had the arm dlln
trrrr.l tnltr that the flnir-ra mlcht he
atraiKhf nr.l. Aa mn aa thia waa done
Ihe pain caacd. Hobarts waa unable
lo rr.t hmuf of the continual pain
apparrntljr In the aevrrad arm. and on
I. la rriurt the arm unearthrd.
In diCKlniC Ui the arm. the aexton'a
.a.a airuck tha mrmlvr on Ihe wrlat
and Itoberta drrlnrrd that he could
fret the bl m. althouEh he waa not
praarnt at the lime and knrw nothing
of It until lol.l.
LONE FARMER IS SUICIDE
Jutin .l Inter, of llarncy. Sella Im
l-mcnla. Tlirn KIIN Self.
ItAKKi:. Or.. Nor. :3. (.peclal
Aflrr prlline; out ait hi farming- lm
plemrnl and atock. John Klcl'.ner. I
bachelor farmer, llvinr four mllea
otith of Uuchanan. llamey County
committed euiitde either Saturday
nlaht or Munday mornlna. accordinc to
word frcrlred here today.
It I bellere.l be committed tba act
)u.t aflrr biddina; hl nelKhbor tood
to hla hr
tha :. He placed a rifle
ad and pu.hed the trlttarer
with a atik. No rraaon fur hla act Is
known. He waa about 33 yraera old.
and baa one brother In tba Itucftanan
community and there ara no other rel-
UNION RESIDENT, 88, DIES
Itldwrll NurtUrd br Widow
and t'oor CTiildrr n.
I'MOX. or.. Nor. 13. f Special.) C
C. Itidwell. a reaidcnt of the city lnce
l7. died at hla home here thla morn-
Inc. He waa year old. Mr. Illdwell
wa born In New York Mate, but moved
from Id r.e lo llllnol while Mill a boy.
r'rom there ho went to Mlaeourl and
moved to I hi city lo 17. where, ha
ha been a prominent and rcrpected ell-
j. n iinr hla arrival.
Mr. Illdwell leave a widow and four
rbil.lren: Frank Itldwrll. manaicer of
Ihe I'nlon KlourinK Mill t.ompany
Homer Hldwrll. a rancher of North
I'owdcr: fheatrr Itidwell. mho la con
nected with the I'loneer nourlny; Mtl!i
I'onnnr at l.land Oily, and Mra.
r.mma Clark, of thla city.
FIRE DRILLS ARE TESTED
Iluutl ItlvT lllch Si-ImoI la Sloret
in !:-.KiidinaT lo Alarm.
HOOD HIVKIt. Or.. Nov. 13. (Spe
cial. At teat conducted by I o.
More an and Hubbard Taylor, member
of Ihe Volunteer Klre I cpartmcnt,
. hool children have ilrmonH rated the
efficiency of Ihe fir drill. The record
time wa mad by I"lcaantview crude
rhoot. 110 little boy and iclrl flllns
out of th two atorlr of the chool
hnui. in 41 S aeronil. The ITS pupil
at the I'ark-atrret grado achool left
the building In ti'i eecond.
The poorrtt record wa made by !30
hlch .hool tudnt. one minute and
Kalllnz Trra KlllH LoRgrr.
MORTON. Wa.h.. Nov. 13. (Special.)
Andrew Imanon. a. Husalan Finn
locrr. wa Instantly killed thla noon
by a falllna; tree at the West Fork
l4CaintT l 4 nip. four mile north of
here. He a found an hour later,
other member of the crew much
farther distai.l from the tree clearly
beard the faller call "limber.' and do
not understand why the man did not
cat out of Ihe way. The company and
men are he!d b!imee. Letter from
Klrk.la.nd and Tacoma were found. In
tba dead man effect.
Ituad Had Near Pajlon.
OATTON. Wah.. Nor. S3. fSpeclal.)
Wherever the roads ara yet unlm.
proved In Columbia County they arc
quite Impa.eabla at present. owlnsT to
the unusual rainfall experienced here
tba last oeek. The roada are full of
rhuckho and standing water, and
machine do not venture out. The so
ciability run of th Walla Walla Com
mercial Club that waa to be mada to
par tot yesterday had to ha Indefinitely
Inlr)?ndrrce Yutr-a School Tax.
tNr'KrKNDKN'rX Or. Nor. :s.
(Mpe. laLt The patron of thla achool
dt.trtct met Wedneaday nlaht and ler
led a le-mllt lax for th enautn; year,
a i low in a; 1 nulla for a inkliia fund.
Thar I a total mdeMedne of $:i.O00.
Independence will par a lolal lax next
year of 11 mills. A tax of mill Is
btiot levied by tha city.
Young Woman Has Sl-trrs at Ixiuis
lllc and tlilrago rarrntJt
Irratli and Chlldre-n Adoi
lion Sonttcrcd l'amily.
To meet a brother and two it
whom ahe haa never aeen. Mis Marie
A. Ilobcrta, of Torllnnd, will start Sun
day for Chicnso. Cincinnati and .Uouw-
I'ntil a year ko her birth and tha
Identity of her parent waa a comrlrn
mystery to her. A yer aco Mis Hon
ert- brolner. who U U. YV. Miller, em-
ploved In the office of the Bin four
Railroad In Cincinnati, located hi sl
ter In Portland through Hie Chier ot
Police here. He wrote to her, tnld her
who she wa and r-vealel the story of
tha blow which shattered the family.
Ml Robert wan born In Louisville,
Kv. some SO-odd year azo. Her
mother died at her birth. She waa le-
callv adonted ami assumed tno name
of Robert. Her brother and t-o si
ter likewise were adopted. Her father,
a Loulivllle attorney, died, soon after
Twentv-three years ana Mis Rob
ert' foster-parents brought her to
Portland. Here she ha lived ever
since. Her foster-mother died when
she was 13 years old and she was left
to her own resources. Her foster
father never told her any of the story
of her life.
"I had to shift for myself." explained
Mis Roberts. "Part of my education
I secured In a convent. The ri-st I got
where I could. I never knew any fam
lly tie, nor did I have the slightest
Idea what it was liko to have real
Throuch her brother Miss Robert
haa learned that sh. has a sister. Mr.
M. C. McC-recor. livinic at 2033 Wabash
avenue. Chlcaeo. and another sister.
Mr. K. G. Hornm. Iivinir In Ixuisville,
rurlns her life In Portland Miss
Roberts educated herself and pained
wide circle of friends. She has been
for five years employed in the depart
ment stora of Olds. Wortman & Klnft
and 1 also a danclnic Instructor al
Itinctrr's Academy. She Is well known
a a member of ths Cotillion Club and
also of tho Troubadour Club.
Mla Roberta Telia Mary.
Miss Roberts stopped parklnc a huge
trunk vestrrday to tell her story.
"I don't even know what my father's
nam was." she smiled. "My brother
hasn't told me In any of his letters. He
merely said that father was a criminal
lawyer in Louisville. I wns broueht
West by my foster-parents when I waa
a babr and rrmemoer notninz.
-My brother Is U. W. Miller and be
I employed in the office of tho rix
Four P.illroad In Cincinnati. But
Miller wasn't m:' father's name. My
brother, too. was adopted after my
mother' death and he assumed thnt
name. I haven't corresponded with
either of my sisters, whose names were
Siren mo by my brother.
"Yes. I am slad lo bo. It I some
thine I never experienced before, for
I nevor-knew what it wa to have real
brothers and slaters. 1 will go first to
Cincinnati to meet my brother and then
to Louisville, where I will meet my
sister, and where I hope to learn more
about my family. From Louisville
will ito to ChlcaKO. and If I like Ch!
rao I will stay there. I expect to
study dramatic art there.
ROADS HAVE ONLY BILLS
in tno I DKPK.X DK 74TS I.JYF.S ARK
IX ll.l!D. OK RF.CF.IYF.R.
Kuba Katerprlaea May Re Able
Reallso Rails, bat Salvaae la
F.xpecied to Re Small,
BOISK. Idaho. Nov. 13. (Special.)
There I little left except a deficit for
the stock and bondholders of the Ml.ner
aV North 4ide Railroad or those or tne
Idaho Southern Railroad, both of which
have sone Into the hands of a re
ceiver. This fact ha developed in the Public
t'tlllty Commission's examination of
both roads. Application ha been made
to the Commission to dispose of tho
roll ins: stock and equipment of the
Mllner at North Side lUillroad, as well
as to discontinue train service.
Keen competition on tho part or tne
Oreiron Short Line, which has par
alleled both roads. Tlrtually put them
out of business. The roads are both
The Milner c North side road Is built
from Mllner to Oakley. The Idaho
Southern Is built from Gooding to
The Mllner t North Side road op
erated at a loss of S33.318.:- from
September, 1U. to September. 1915. It
was built at a cost of more tnan t.av
000. The rails alone cost J65.0W0. and
they are about the only asset on which
the bondholders will realise anything:
It I eald. The salvage in the steel
ill bring about K0.uuu. The capital
stock wa 1500.000. A mortgage of
1400.000 was riven and is secured by
gold bonds. The total assets offset
by the liabilities amount to 11.355.
314 3. There I Included in the listed
liabllitica I!t.333.3 Interest.
Three small Independent lines In
Idaho have gone Into receivers' hands
this year. The Pacific Idaho North
ern, operating trom vv eiser to ,ew
Meadows, took Ibis step several months
BAKER TURKEY WAR IS ON
Butcher Hold at 23 1-3 CrutM, but
IToducc Men Ask Only 17 1-2.
BAKER. Or.. Nov". 13. (Special.)
A one-sided price-war on turkeys has
been declared, for produce men in the
city have rut the price on dressed
bird to 17 V cents, wbile butchers
remain firm in refusing; to go lower
than Z2? cents.
The latter admit that they disposed
of soma of the lesa desirable of their
stock last week for as low aa 14 cents,
but assert that the birds remaining are
of high enough quality to be disposed
of at Si cents. If that price were asked.
Pendleton lo Start Selling Seals.
PENDLETON, Or.. Nov. 55. (Spe
cial.) Kea Cro seal will bo p4aced
on sal In Trndleton Saturday under
Ihe auspice of tha Current Literature
lub and the Thursday Afternoon Club.
The Current Literature Club In putting
aeal on cal at all the cities of lilt,
not get the idea that
it marks only coats
that can be worn
marks the most swagger
fashionable Overcoats that can
Morrison at Fourth
FILM SHOWS DRAW
"The Broken Law" and World
Series Majestic Attractions.
PICKFORD PLAY REALISTIC
I. 'tin a Goodrich Interprets Itolc
Taken I rout Actual Life; National
Has Startling Drama; Pictur
esque Melodrama at Peoples.
"The Broken Law," with Porothy
Bernard starring opposite WHliam Far-
num, and the world's series baseball
films are drawing splendid crowds to
the Majestio this week. "The Broken
Law" Ik a gypsy play with the scene
laid In London and in the surrounding
country. It is tho story of a young
girl whose father was a wealthy Lon
doner and whose mother was a gyptsy
L'rsula had a half-brother somewhere In
the world, and when his father told
him the story he set out to find her
and joined the camp.
iney are drawn to each other by an
undefined affection and the brother
falls in love with another girl whose
life he saves. An Knglish lord dis
cover the pretty gypsy girl and lures
ner to his home. When she returns
to the camp she receives a flogging
and is expelled from the tribe. "The
Broken Law" i queer, pretty and one
of the most pathetic nd human of the
current photoplays. Marvelous acting
Is done by Miss Bernard, who is a for
mer Portland girl. The baseball film
shows the complete series between the
Philadelphia Nationals and Boston Ited
WOMAN'S HATE NEWLY GARBED
Melodrama, "Uclla Donna,' at I'eo-
ples Is Picturesque.
The time-worn tale of a woman s
hato wears a new cloak in "Bella
Donna." the picturesque melodrama at
the peoples Theater. Pauline Frede
rick, as the soulless inticer and wrecker
of men. plays one of her most attrac
tive roles. The Oriental soul sleeps
within Bella Donna, who is born and
bred in Europe.
When her conduct excited comment
in the capitol a wealthy man married
her because lie loved her. and wished
to protect her. When they went to
Kgypt the wife fell in love with Ba-
roudi. an Oriental noble, who persuaded
her to poison her husband's food. By
slow degrees he began to die when a
doctor discovers the crime.
When she is denied at every place
where was sought formerly, she wan
ders into the desert. The climax is
original. Travel pictures and comics
XATIOXALi ILS STRONG PLAY
Emily Stephens Seen in Kcmarkable
YVork In "Soul of a Woman."
The Soul of a Woman." a startling
production that leads from the seclu
sion of the monastery to the sinful
life, stars Emily Stephens at the Na
tional . Theater. A young artist niar-
rl.'d a beautiful woman, and painted
through California to Chicago, Kansas City and
other points in the East is obtainable on the
Santa Fe's excellent trains from San Francisco.
Offers You Stopovers to Visit Yosemite Valley,
the Grand Canyon of Arizona, Petrified Forest
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her with their baby as "The Madonna
and Child." The connoisseur had
known her before her marriage, and
the talo he told caused her to be driven
She left her child on the monastery
steps. He became a priest, but went
into the world, and he ended up at the
gambling hall run by his mother. The
license of the place shocked him. and
the queen of the place took pity on him
and induced him to return to the mon
astery. The self-denial of the mother,
who knows her son but will not tell
him, and her death on the altar are
EDNA GOODIUCIf PRAYVS WELL
Armstrong's Wire" Is Portrayed by
Star at Plckrord.
Edna Goodrich is proving a drawing
card at the Pickford Theater this week
in "Armstrong's Wife," a play based on
actual facts concerning a bigamist who
sorrie years ago committed a crime in
San Francisco. The action centers about
a beautiful girl called May, who when
still an innocent country lass, married
the man and stood by him through his
troubla When she discovered the truth
she l't for Canada, where she worked
as a cioak and gown model.
A sweetheart of former times sought
her out and married her and they went
to live in the wilds of the West Cana
dian mountains, where the criminal had
fled and hidden. When he found her
the wife of anothea he tried to get her
back. The devotion of the husband
compared with the villainy of the fu
gitive, and beauty of Edna Goodrich.
are well displayed with a beautiful set-
ting. It Is a strong production and well
played. Comedies and travel pictures
are also on the splendid Pickford bill.
AUTO CRASH INJURES 5
ELM V CAR W ITH YOUNG PLEASURE
SEEKEKS HITS LOG IN DARK.
Driver's Y'lalon la Obaeored by Rain,
and Tree Felled by Storm Is En
countered Lying In Hoad.
ABERDEEN. -Wash.. Nov, 23. (Spe
cial!) When Lewis Callows' automo
bile carrying live -persons from Elma
to the Montesano firemen's annual ball,
ran into a log blown across the road
four miles east of Montesano last night.
three of the occupants were badly in
jured and the other two painiuuy
The seriously injured are: Miss Mar
garet Patrick, OroKen leg ana imsn,
broken nose: Lewis Callows, broken
ankle: A. L. Callows, broken nose, back
wrenched.' The Misses Kuth Murray
and Lucille Schmidt, the other young
women, were badly brutsed, ana miss
Schmidt sustained a scalp wound.
The narty. except A. L. callows,
father of Lewis, was of young people
in their teens, and were out for an
eveninc- of fun. The car belongs to
Lewis Callows, who was driving, vv ueu
they started from Elma one of the
worst storms of the year was driving
wind and rain against the shield and
curtains, obscuring vision. The ma
chine had just passed Woods Crossing.
and was on the paved road, wnen it
dipped down into a little hollow and
crashed into the tree mat naa mown
across the road.
Idaho University Club Elects.
UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO. Moscow.
Nov. 23. (Special.) The annual elec
tion of the University Agricultural Club
was held this morning, and the follow
ing officers were chosen: Paul Wenger,
of Aberdeen, president; Anthony JIazac.
of Kimberly, vice-president; C. F. John
son, of Idaho Falls, secretary, and J. M.
Booth, of Nz Perce, treasurer.
Dr. Paul C. Yates
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