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VOL. MV-NO. 17.1 CI.
PORTLAND, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1915.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
RAIN AND SLEET
DR. AND MRS. ELIOT
MARRIED 50 YEARS
ii nD irnt m
PLANETS SHOWN IN
IIIHII UDJCUI 111
SEIZED BY CANADA!
SERBIA IS GAINED
WHEAT IN STORAGE
i AT 60
AIDS RESCUE IRK
People in Panic Taken
COt. P. RAW. WET WCITncn
CHILD KEN ASSEMBLE HERE TO
NEW BROAD BELT ABOUT SAT
URN'S EQUATOR DISCLOSED.
iiirt irTinn .vonTnwrsT.
Dominion Takes Sud
den Official Action.
EHilN REQUIRED BY EHiTALI
Pacific Coast Still 'in
Order Affects 2O.0CO.0OO
Bushels in Eastern Efevators.
TRICE f.OT YET FIXED
t'MX'M Ml I. Mi to
, It a mt t'mmm4Lm
rrTtr. n-i . .-. : l ti raa-
sK gover am. at b. eeeimaa4..rd AM
!Vgf4. wb..l la !?! from
Vrt WlXUn. Lab. Jljp.rlor. I IS.
T actio we. tba saH.r tb. -rUI
war act T tbe Cea4taa Grla
rM!l, T htl ..19.4 f
' N I hard aa4 No I. 3 taW
ntarfam. w . h. prop-rty of
geeles . ant ii':.ri. Tbal taken
$200,000 OFFER LOOKS BIG
Mora Originate rar Oat ea r-
cifve O-ctaa aoChr Damp
Day IVrllcvrd to He Dm.
-. aaa.ige elrao.ph.rte foreee.
ni uiiiif aw.r eat Pacific
iVMa. ram iiiMilei la front the
r. early y.ir.ley m.ralag aa4 r-
ai is dce.ti for tb. dieirlct
I elt4 !! Waath.r Iaraa cr 41
pa.isg cold, e'a.ty rei a fore
ceet.r It4it rvt4.d far la aU
i 9 i . m. frat - Republicans Are Inclined to
j.j for -e.y is.r waa , .
.. . ..Ma ..r .f -. Favor Chicago.
In BP far tb. art.l eel 7M
l iar.-a!:a limit la the Pacific
c.a. Tiii. however. It will e
fs.r. acr.r4.ag la taa ethr la-
At t y.atstdsy aera!eg tt ga
r-ala all Ibe way frees T aroma la
Ibe ari ! M4for4 la Ibe rout I
ceeteaaptib.e rein, satos'.el with I Dalle Too Ear South. tlurfalo Too
:..t iHarlog 4.T ' .stewed at I
Xaets, TakLm aa4 lOokee.. We.e. rmr Canadian Border Opening
H4ra;4 veyeg.re r.tnmlng vital Can Are lo B tlredl W hen
Ua fsrlora aa ibat t ant a.rty la I
r.(a IIM Ur for Iba Tl.ta Ilea
faM r.aorta.J iba fotua k4Iae a-
4r Iba 4p.'( ct :
ta.iiatioaa ara t &( Iba rata wt:l r
r.,a o-J,r. I la Uat ai(bt ao r.
ua b' w.B-l, vara Ia4lrala4.
OIL MEN JOIN IN PRAYER
rVopt of Taft. Cal., Itraf Srraob
en "l'ala Coaaerrallon.
ST. LOUIS IS IN RUNNING
T Jrns rALUkX Ct-Arr.lll.JX
WA5HINGTO. Not. ZlTh epcD
lac vaaa of iba corn's g Praaldaotlal
eampaira wl.l ba flr4 officJaJIr wban
tba National comalltaaa of tba two
groat pAlltlcal partlro aat la Waab
lc(toa aarljr la Docomb.r. Harmonr
t( lo ba tba karnoto of tha aetalooa.
Kola tba Democrat a and lha R.pob-
tlraoa 4ralro la Klva aa appraranca ot
T-T. Cat. No. II. Tba ell man I eonooril to lhtIr d.jibrratlons. to Ira
a. i w- .a punnT mf 11 waa iniearo ioo niuit ia prajar ana I praaa tba votars.
.,- .,...r. ;l. am. r .'-ryaF --- Th. i.nocrata wl!I organiza and
aw, rr. ..naj. n " .Vl Thoma. J. Troea. tba partr- pub.
' " -w--.. , . " I - I I'cltr bul m.M Mntiri. In tirv-..1nn
la. rrt Cotbora.. Prated. Qtb-. 5t n.r. Loib.r A. r.lra oa tba aubjacl of I , ..,.,, n..,-. ,h.,,. ,h-
"tif- -ral.o Conaarration." . Kad.ralTra4.aCoinmla.lon. Mr. Mo-
in. a.rmoa aan vna iaa ara.r o
ioba. M.a'r.al aa4
Abwaf faJm MWb T.b.a.
A r.rlM'f aatlfnat. ptar... lb. amoqnl
avmi baaal. A cor .14
.fct amounl I lb. propartjr of
AT.fW fr,ln 4'alara.
Tb. (rata tak.a ftqrdy tl(M.
- t"il (rata ii-nfi aheq! ba af
y.ct4 a. I:tt: a poaaibi.. It la of
.Brought to Close.
Mlnlntrr Etneritna Conducts Com
manlon at Unitarian Church
and Refers to Happlnraa.
Attendanta at tha a.rrieca of tha I
Caltarlaa Church. Broadway and Tarn-I
kilt ...t mm.I.a anil I
BUS aain u uivmi. wvvaa.v. Itff Yfl Tlinir Ift tmilf nnril I uauu vu9crr.(Drjr at rUBQCna, au-i
commratad oo tba preaenca of several I WAY lU lUKlVLI Id NOW OPEN the larSet of Its kind in the world. Dr.
of tha children and grandchildren of I I L. Robert Wood, professor of physics
He. Thoraaa X. Eliot, minister merltua I I at Johns Hopkins University, has oh
It vaa supposed tha ThanksKlTlna-aea-I tained remarkable results in Dhoto
.oa - re.pon....- an- J D.mn,.l nf Crho K-m,. In rraphinS the moon. Saturn and Jupiter
. . , ! -w. r,....., ... by yeIlow light and UUra.vlolet Md
.... ..wv .u w..-.k... I fl Ihlnil onrl Miml...... Infra.rtH r.
niuaii a cxiiu I i u 1 1 1 r: 1 1 r i i i ii. i '
Scientist at Mount Wilson Obtains
Important Results in Photos
raphy of Heavenly Bodies.
BALTIMORE, Nov. 21. (Special.)
Csing the 6)-inch telescope at Mount
Wilson observatory at Pasadena. CaL.
mutvtoa service. In which be made a
touchlnc rt fa re dc. to hla happiness In
bis children, and tha nearly 10 years
in which ba had been known to his
Tha fact was that yesterdsy was the
fiftieth or golden wedding anniversary
of Dr. and Mrs. Eliot, and all of their
children had coma together with their
families to greet them.
Dr. and Mra Kllot were married In
SL I.ouls. November 11. IKS, and came
to Portland. December 24. 11(7. Dr.
Hllot waa tba first pastor of tha Unl
tartan Chorea which bad been organ
zed la Hit. and ba held tha active
pastoral nntll 1192. when ba became
ences when photographedby the dif
ferent lights. On Saturn a broad dark
h 1 f fihkll. tha ann.lA. .lnl.lv
BULGARS CEASE ADVANCE visible on the proofs of the ultra-violet
photographs but totally lacking on the
INJURED TREATED ON BOARD
"We Are Not Murderers," Offi
cer Shouts in. English.
VESSEL LEFT UNMOLESTED
Unusually Early Winter Sets In
and Storms Give French and
British Time to Bring Re.
InfoTcementa to Front.
B FTP. LIN, via London. Nov. IS. With I of the mark in c heintr mm-h mnro nm.
in memocrs or loe ramiry pranai (h ,.!. tv. ...ira I nlimrr-ri anrf intri.i.
a l in, cnurcn communion ami at tut) . . . . , m , , . A.
it .. i , I ot 2700 Prisoners and the flight of the
nd their four
others. The polar caps and the rings
of the planet also showed differences,
TV. .1 , I
. "..use in rotaraiicc was causeu, i rH.rw. rv tt c.OT,ju rt
4-i. . iiowi says, Dy some maieriaj in tne
planet's atmosphere, either finely di
vided dust or some absorbing gas
opaque to the ultra-violet rays but
transparent to the ordinary yellow
Jupiter showed even more marked
differences that Saturn tha difference
JSEW YORK, Nov. 28. A Turkish
submarine stopped the British passen
ger ship Barulos in the Mediterranean
Honrs, Then Disappears Under
Sea; 25 Are Drowned In
Mad Rnsh for Boats. .
am O. Eliot, Jr, Mrs. Eliot I" remains of the Serbian army Rig JTUICTC QUITS RFRTH " persons had been
our children: Mi as Tenrt- Mat the Albanian mountains. Ger- ",,,u,-,t- UUMO UCil I rl drowned, assisted in rescuing many of
tta Eliot; Mrs. Gordon Kcott and three I many-s operations against Serbia have I .Babc. "hite, Syracuse's 272-Pound th 25 passensrers wbo had gone ver
hlldr.o; Rev. F. A. Well. Mrs. Well been brought to a close, says the offl- ' " board in a panic, according to Eleanor
and their children; Dr. Thomas D. Eliot clal statement Issued today at the uuara, ooes to Hotel to Sleep. Franklin Egan, an eyewitness, who
nd Dr. Earl M. Wilbur. Mra Wilbur I headquarters of tha general staff. arrived today on the steamship New
nd m.ir iwo cniiarcn; eamu.i r i Tha object of these operations the One night in Portland in the berth York.
tllot. Mrs. Eliot and son. Only tnre l opening of communications with Bui- of the privathe car at the depot was The Barulos. according to Mrs. Egan.
members of tha entire family were I garla and the Turkish Empire has too much for -Babe" White, the 272- who is a writer returning from a six
absent. I been accomplished. It Is asserted. I pound guard of the Syracuse Univer-1 months' trip through Southern Europe.
sity football team.
Combs, chairmen of the committee.
whoie conduct ba not altogether been
approved by th Wilson Administra
tion wilt liNin k I . nnnA.tllAti f ft
g.n.rally a4 this dl.trlcC "h.r th. wbo hM rormlUMe r.iowin.
tt-rrca.dcnt Taft withdrawing certain
oil land and th affact of tbe with
drawal ea the California oil Industry
withdrawn, land, are situated, la par
Afur the sermon th congregation
waa aakd lo .cgase la pray.r thai
,.....F .,i., . Pr,c. vu. C(Mr,M be move! lo paaa remedial
rarij- miiim ana in. grain-
pl, prompt'r br lb. Caaa
4:.a gov.remaae. It ,.t:mit.4 that
throughout the country, and aa a re.
suit he will continue to perform th
duties of chairman until th next convention.
II I Ilea Will Net Be Dl. larked.
5o far as tb Republican committee
la coucernad. Charles E. Ullles. of New
far. .tin U la Canada, la th. naads RQAD TO BUILD FEEDERS Tork. will not be disturbed as chair-
f f.rm.r. ,M 4-'.r w of Tort man. la spite of the tact that he has
Vi:iiaa. 1 '.... bo...r. eorptu, Cf J we-UTO Pad flc to Impend $ 50.000,- I endeavored to press a boom of ex.
.M.i .not ior po u . ,l(lnk ..r,, rre.ld.nt Taft for the Republican nom-
r-t"f mat rno.1 ef M will be lak.al " Itiatlon. The leaders of the part
n tn ruare for tn. a,. r Great I and this applies particularly to the
J:ruia. rraae a4 Itary. I RAN rTtASClSOX Nov. . C M. -standpat element refuse to consider
Italy llitaaate rwiMtla. I Levy, g.aaral manag.r ef the West. the possibility of Mr. Taft. and Mr.
Tbe dm..ti. ,a,.i, -f Ra.t i. ra.ifio raitroad. announced here to-lllllle baa been told a much. Th
ner. it.a sufftclaal lo mat th. B.!s "i,, ,bt th rom4 w,14 '" I understanding Is that Mr. Hllles has
f that cooetrv. Had Ibe Dar4aa.II. "-w""" """ accepted tbe lnvnaoi ana wiu no
forv.4. lha aarol ja of Itti..!.. I tor la 'eairorllon ef branrb llnea at I endMvor te nse bis Influence In th
wh-al w.utd bav. mad. lb. ar.a..i romt ar.ting approximately 1:0.-1 Int.r.sts of hla former chlf.
-tion asaM.aaary. M.o. Although h. did net Indirat The great tight, so far aa th cora-
Wkti. ia. wta.i ju.t take in wb.r th proposed fMders would sx- mlttoes are concerned, will be over the
fmmiMf.n4 to f l a erdar from l'u4m J"1 ,b1 ,h rch oold selection of citlea as the scenes of tb
All night White left Piraeus for Alexandria on Octo-
XIIDIC lll I mDCirillCDO L'-"A''V OT- -:xn" K"1'" Pr- tossed and fretted In the narrow, short ber
lUnrxO llll runtlUIIUW lion or wnai remains or me ocroian Dertn and iast n,snti determined to British flag, her crew was Greek, the
. . array is uenevca m get some real sleep prior to the game Passengers, a majority third-class, be-
i "-- j I " -nio mo I with th. ae-o-ie. iMn..u h. inir chiefly Greeks and Orientals.
firmed Through SwltxerUnd. "f-"ri cha"- Brtt.al. Crew Picked tP.
... . White bade his
oias iroops ana supplies, wnicn r
When about five hours south of
BASEU Switzerland, via Paris. Nov. reaching them from the Adriatic, to a,sht1,"dJmo"d tot a ntel t0 sIeeP H Crete the ship picked up three boats
24-Mr. Leslie, an American citizen. offer tern rstance to the Austro-'"" i containing the crew of
their private car.
DUMDUM HITS PRESS MAN
steamship Sailor Prince, which had
been sunk by a submarine a few hours
The Barulos, Mrs. Egan said, carried
only four lifeboats, each with a ca-
and several other foreigners were German and Bulgarian invaders.
killed by Turks at trra. Mesopotamia,
-nil. trvlnr to defend Armenians from L,,t, s'rbl- .
th. Ttirke. areordlnar to a story printsd Like the Belgians, however, the Ser
m th. NouT.lie. dalhians hold only a frinr of their coun
Ba,le I try. which widens as it reaches th American Writer Wounded While pacity for 30 persons. The picking up
southwestern corner, or wnicn juonazur vci t.w of the crew of the Sailor Prince created
A dispatch from Boston November I s the center. a feeling of excitement, which was at
13 laid the American ooara or com- For some reason, variously ex-1 fevpr heat when xudrienlv a .uhnurin.
mlssloners for foreign missions had plained, the Bulgarians have halted PETROGRAD. via London, Nov. 28. came to the surface about two miles
announced the deata ot the Kev. their march on Monastir. It is taid wuwr u " 1IIen- neaa OI lne "lro" distant and fired a shot over the Baru-
Krancls N. Leslie, a missionary sta-I ln Bom, dispatches that, having re- grad bureau of the Associated Press, , -vidfintIv. . siIrn-i fnP n( ,
tloned at Urla. tits aeain. it was aaio, i occupied-part Of Macedonia, largely in nas Deen wounaea, mougn not serious- stop.
was due to poisoning.
habited by their fellow nationals, the !'. while at the Russian front. He was
Bulgarian people and Government are I struck in the thigh by an explosive I
. Bi-lti. gavrama for a large
be ronatnicl.d primarily for the dev.. I coming conventions. Several Impor-
'at!ty ef wbaa; It La ..j. ..ti I .pm.at ef the freight business. I tant questions will be cooaldered by the
bmC af ii will Na ablppj to Italy. I " P'wwet .arnings er Ibe road I committee a brore tn.y reacn a una
Tb. r.M4Ul gev.ratB.at will lock I D 1 ' i'J. aaj ar. yKinwa. . am in., .uu aa.wo. a. ..
aftar I . a, . . . Ltir. I or course, i. m. vi mwt. " . ..
t tb. Atlaatle mbiafj . H .
tif it. tnipm.(i lam ih. AtUaticlX R C AinP UPI n AC CDV conv.n.enc. oi ueg..
w.it nat.rt.b.a tr i,iti. g" r. I " ntLU Ad drl th eonv.ntlona with reference to ac-
)miie ta mm . i i cm 011117 1 mccroraijj(ii'iaB oo y
.... . ; ; I i:rr. r. Krrlrrr. of New flrllAla. I f cllllle ftJtvo will enter Into th de
a 4 f.r tb. ..t t.4t I fona. Drtalnrd la India. I c'"on- Aaoth
a - - . . I l lOonrludH oft laa. y. o.uma z
ts. r. owtag ef?;c!al sta!amat was XEff HKITALV. Cotiav Nov. SI. Th.
. , i..rjiBni loniKSt: I ft. v. rr4ertc Kreigar. or this city, la
in. rtaa.ra.sal tro. f wb.at la wke has ba.a la miaaioaarv I
anw a W.. BM br..s&( apea wor la Prltlik Kaat Africa for many
i. aooi-amaet ie alr ef a:t!e y.ara. Is baing . tala4 In a Britiab
l tia fa-tk..! ettaat .aii; ia It. ar!oa camp la ladia oa lb saaplcica
sn.ra.c.aa Tb ajoty mt wfta.t i-.tbal be I. a Crmaa spy. according tol J
w.rt. 7.r la Imi t. bar. b.a I laformatiaa rc.lv.4 t4ay by r.laiiv. I
"" "H "4 l?.rtaa... ef labia bar
4nt4 .r ...ry .pp.rti.aiiy lo pre. I tMMa .-FT.l4.sl flaeaev.lt's
irt r.r i4 a..ia( .f air grain la.1 baatlng lrit la Africa, tbe l;.v. Mr.
'''. r.r nurl Krlor aareempaat.4 hlaa oa sav.ral
GOETHALS NEEDS NO MEN
Slides Do Not Warrant Influx of
Labor to Isthmus.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 21. Blocking of
the Panama Canal by earth slides has
not created new work for Americans In
the Canal Zone and the canal office
Panic EnfiDfi on Board.
"Instantly a wild panic broke loose,"
said Mrs. Egan. "The four lifeboats
disinclined to push any farther west.
Winter has set in at an unusually I Air. v nuten was in tne company at0f the Barulos were resting in their
early date, and the natives predict that the time of a Russian General who chocks, while swinging alongside were
It will ba severe. Snow fell at Saloniki saw that he had immediate medical at
Saturday for the first time In eight tention.
years, which la taken as a sign that in
the mountains ot me peninsula mere ,.,nr-v fir TnnlWP RlCmO
111 be a heavy falL During the latter lis UCA UT lUUHi O lsli0
part of tbe week almost continuous I Tbe M rather.
storms compelled the suspension of I YESTERDAY'S Maximum temperature, Jt boats, threw their children into the
sea and Jumped after them. Fright-
the two boats In which the men from
the Sailor Prince had made their es
"Led by the crew and the fireroom
force, the passengers rushed for the
boats. Women, unable to get to tba
operations, giving the French and degrees; minimum. 83 degrees.
here today Issued a statement in anl., . . . I TODAY'S Rain: wsrmer; fresh southerly , ., J " .. ,.
effort to count.ract nubll.hed renorta. British tim to bring up reinforce- TD- ened sailors cut the ropes holding the
effort to counteract published reports. I . J.J winds.
j-t aAA,k.t I..I..I.. m . w I
""""" " v"" I Soin-lkl dailv. and to consolidata their I . ... k... i .w,. Li.s.l,.a ntn th. wot.r thraa of th. ulr
statement says, "that the number of . J..!' , ' . - " . "
small ' boats, and when the latter
men continually being laid off on ac
count of reduction of force Is In excess
of the vacancies which were temporari
ly created by the work of the slides
.1 V. a l.ni.v f ma. Imililn. ( r.. a n.
.UU I HQ luiiua w. " " awn,... . w . ,u ... , ,
.. . . . ... I reauest for the opening of the Danube
ployment on the Isthmus is entirely nn- I "M". s
warranted. conciuiea on ia. a, column b.
positions. I tors. Page l. I were swamped and emptied of their
The Austro-Germans also have had Turkish submarine Bias in rescue oi human loads.
to divert part or tneir armies aown I p, 1
the Danube to the Roumanian border, I Germany, having accomplished object, to
Roumanla having refused the German I aiacontmue pressure on oerDiana. rasa
CAVELL MEMORIAL HELD j
I'rrnch IlotJ Krrvlcr) for Brltl.h j
XsrM Eaea-wtrd la IVIglam.
fAIU.4. Nev. II- Aa trpr.sle eere-
sa.ay la better ef tbe aaamory of Mlaa
IMltb Cava. I. te Krittab aura lit-
cutad by tb Garmaaa la fl.:g!am, was
b.14 leday at th Trocadr un4.r tb
auaphr.a f tb. Ltfagn for tbe n:cbia
f Man. Am.eg ibo.e who attended
w.re I'r.sld.at reaaire aad itr.
Aniens th. stems read ws one wrll-
laa w.p.cia::y far Ire ovcasioo by An
BANK CLERK IS ARRESTED
orthl" Check Charge.
a '.. i . i .vtrBitiafl; nA .a la
ft- H .'. t.'o f.rl!!.4illiH., Wit.
a i.r e pr.itriag .rr. froaa II.
I eite-t K.Jsctas as4 la. ai:t g.v.
ia ft't ISaS l. almoal
-ire f tae ttuaaivisg damaad la
.-atr, eur fe. I ra4 I.ar4
jr caaait.aa a'.rr.i
"A a toKiuit, ef M. is. Srti
tm-i tiv.rsaa.at b. ltin!l b
'4 aa g.v.rsai.nt I pewM. witbia
a abart liic. a vary large s.rplr f
j -n !. t. J aa4 1 aertb.ra wbaat.
TS. prolan .f at .tne bt ro-
i.ftm.aw aa4 .f 4rsg ao at
a w.uij laluc lb r.p.tit.'oa
f .r4.r. ia rati..!.. iaa oorr.ata4
5. s-wara fu.tl t.
"T .. ffe .f i-trpT p-ir. -IV....
In t-)a siarb.t. ii: a w.r. m.4
by 4 ff.r.al rouatrt.. a yaar ago. .
:: ksewa lo t. p.ac. Tb. tr-a r-
k.c rtae abeoravat: . a44iag lo Iba I
jeof.t ef gra.'a 4..1.r. aa4 sbt;p.rs Mjllaii Yoang Clubman
who a.v fvrcsM sse gre.a ankc I
tl fottttm.al ih."m. Tie aJvae.-e I
ta price ef lafse saauM ef grata la I
.tar. arota Ibe iM ef Ibe parr baa-I I". it. Van. 12 Eaal Jt.venle.nlh I
la cever.m.at aal lb. profit, aot of I atr.V. a sty ttahlydraaaad yooeg club-I
f. ftadirir 4t ef la. ewa.r ef Ib.jmaa and Clark la Ih. Hank of Call
stor.'t ca a. I fore. a. was arrt4 laat night oo a I
I air rriea Is riaatwa. I char, ef obtaining an overcoat y
T. ae.rira tb. de.Ire .a i IM. i..t I rin furaed check for tZi oo lb.
t. L.mi.loa cev.rara.nt 4at.rmlal '"" of B'a.fl.14 as lors.a.
t4rd.y t (.msanda.r all somber. Ta fc "
I 2 ea4 I nortb.r, wa.al la st.r. eeaf..s.d thai he wrote this and otb.r
.;. hel of ta. Lakae aad eastward. "0,thl" Impulse of I
Tb . i.v.lva. th. a.rrbaao of aev. I B,B""- ." wor lamoo pin I
. . ...... .. . .. arr.at.4.
Vlri lt. J..vv..v' to li.irr.ii
luialt Tb. price e-J baa not b.a
.tt..i . ii. ir..n...i bat -.a GORIZIA REPORTED TAKEN
l.ri:y b. i:i.ij oa a lair utis. ibi
o.aJa.ri erdar goes a ""'' Italian Said lo Have Entered Ans-
lita i. suim tMn aaa m.tracuoasi
a.. a..a .ivaa tbai all laajiE a.w I trlaa Towa roro North.
ti4.r way is to ae coaltaae4 aad a I
daisy wbal.v.f occur la tbe Iraasporta- I GENEVA, via Tarls. Nov. 2t R.
.a ef tb. ceaaBRaa4..rttt grain from I porta rec.lv.4 her from Chiasso. on I
i. .lav.t.ea lo koi l.rmiaa:a. I ibe gwiaa-ltaliaa border, aay that Go- I
-It wltl b. eba.rv.d that Ibe erdar ris:a b. a fallen, th. Italians baring I
4 . eel acipTr I. grain la elevators I tcr4 Ih. Iowa from Iba north.
t"i. Laba er la lran.il al 11.1 Tfi'fa la so e:flcal cvaflriaalioa of
iwiaW4ta 4a.ae. Uu 4 1 U (S.WIU.
XOW, YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY! j
i. i - 1. 1 v i s- 4' a 1 1 rviSk. i 4
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San Francisco may set Democratic conven
tion; Republicans Incline toward cnicago.
Tumulty denlea crimes against nuns In Mex-
Women Forced Into Water.
I was at the rail when the sub
marine appeared, and I started back
toward the stairs leading below, with
the idea of helping to quell the panic
I was caught in the rush and literally
fnroed over the aide into the sea. I
Ico by Carranxa taction have been proved. had & har, Ume tQ kfiep above the
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President spends Sunday visiting wltn water, my aimcuiues Deing adgravaieu
fiancee. Page 5. I by the struggles of others trying to
Domestic. I catch hold of me.
Foatal employe slugged to death while trying I "it seemed that I had no sooner
to protect woman, rage a. I ,,. ,,. than th. anhmarlna
New method of astronomical photography I , , , :
arhieve. itrlklna results. Pak. 1. appeared under the bows of our ship.
Henry Ford books passage on second peace I On her deck I saw several men with an
ehlp for late comers, rage z. I officer whom I took to be an Austrian.
Water-Power Conference seeks Government Thc EUDmarine had her collapsible life.
am mr puowc -a- K. .v.. i.v.oln. w.r.
I UUak UU k tUU auuFata.aM wav "
Sports. nulling Dconle out of the water onto
Two Syracuse players chosen In ail-Eastern . . -.. waa holdins up
eleven. Page ii. I ........ .i. i ! .u-
Berdek and Stewart gain laurela in aeason nis nanas snouting to ine peoyie m i...
just closed. Page liL I water to be calm, l neara nim say in
Syracuse 11 pounds ptr man heavier than perfect English. 'For God's sake go
back to your ship. We are not mur
People Return to Ship.
By this time I had worked my way
oicott's attack. - Page 4. some distance from the ship and, seeing
Highway work In Wasco Is blocked. Page 13. one cf the lifeboats near, I held up my
Four poison victims burled at Union. Page 4. hand and called for help. The people
Parole Board to act on 31 cases Saturday. . . . resDonded. and. after a sec-
Page 11. . ' . . , .
Supreme Court case Is expected to decide " attempt, auiceucn .u .w.nS -
K . . w-.i t- i r- . 1 -J 1 li . e-hnn T urao 1 1 1 hilt AT.
WOO IS Staxo 11 1 B w y Htngiueei. a 0.0 1 uuo 10 111c, "t." a- 0,0 imi "
Financial and Marine. f hausted.
Portland Investors turn from .tock to raln. "The first of the panic over, we rowed
Page 11. I oacifc lo mo cdi uiw, mm w ci c idacu
Swayne t- Hoyt add fourth iteamer to fleet. I aboard. Women and children, many in
Page 13. a half-drowned state, were crowding
Electriral Week. orlr nf tVio enhmarinp which r-
Por.t';r,i?i'W.cnL,SP.fe COmPany malned alongside. When all the res-
cued were returned to the Barulos, a
toll showed that 25 were missing 14
Aggies. Page 12.
Rose City Club prepares card for smoker.
Governor defends Tax expert from Secretary
Invites inspection. Pago 7.
I Prizes offered for w indow displays of elec
trical goods. Page e.
City spruces up and assumes holiday aspect children, seven women and four men.
ior - r.ieciiii. x-.uo.,. ..j ' -- - r - .
Portland and Vicinity.
Two of the latter were British sailors
from the Sailor Prince, who had lost
KOV. ana Mrs. I. ""V.. th.ii- Hw ivinsr nvArhnard with their
weddinc anniversary wun tneir couarcn. i
I Rabbi S. S. Wise departs for Seattle, praising
Portland bospitaiuy. rage iw.
Christmas ahopplns starts wltn rusn.
I Victor Morley is in new comic role at Or-
pheum. Page iu
Associate! Charities relief fund opens with
taa. Page u-
I Weather spoils "thousand-dollar day." but
Vista House project aeema assured.
IJ n , -Ik
Miss Helen Glllesple to have charge of Muts- rending scenes.
I . , m l Osi-a 1 O. I aiV. urnmon
mates rescuinir children.
In addition to the 25 drowned, many
were wounded in the panic; several of
the most serious cases were taken into
the submarine and treated by our ship
doctor, who went aboard at the invita
tion of the submarine commander."
Bereaved Mother Goes Mad.
Mrs. Egan said she saw many heart-
she said, "who had
lost her three children by throwing
them overboard, went stark mad. in
the steerage was a troupe of Japanese
acrobats. One of them, a woman with
an infant child, was seen almost ex
hausted, trying to cling to the sides of
relief campaign. Page 16.
Kakanakl girls club doing work of kind
ness. Page la-
Mrs. DIerke inspires wltn piano recital.
Rain and aieet storm comes unheralded.
Baker players produce "ibe .Barrier.'
Da V. U
"False sense ot economy" blamed for crime the ship. She was surrounded by many
wave. Page lx I others. A rope was thrown into her
H. P. Coffin addresses Westminster Presby- hands, but. looking up. she exclaimed
Pa. 14. m English
Kentucky Kllck opposed to Formation of " 'Don't mind me. I belong to no
Wilson leagues betore convention, "age &. on. an(1 have no one to care for me
president Hannalora ana otner jortnern f- ,, . snm onp isc
ntrin a viki r r-nn um I ' u . . i --'
-Tln H.rt." nlensea hi nudlence. Pnn It!. " Willi tnese woras sue pas.scu inn
: rep.oftt data and Xorscasi, Pago il.
tcuucluiitstl on Pate !t, Column i.)