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TIIE JIORXTXG OREGOXIA1V, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1915,
HISTORIC CITADEL O.N TIIE TIGRIS OBJECT OF BRITISH OFFENSIVE.
-IOU CAN DO BETTEB FOB LESS ON THIRD STREET"
OFFERED TO ARMY
8:30 A. M.
9:00 A. M.
5:30 P. M.
State Exposition Commission
at Meeting Votes to Give
; ... Structure for Club.
. I 1 I M t i I i I I r 1
The Most in Value The Best in Quality
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I ACCEPTANCE IS PR03ABLE
IVaeliral tUliflc: No ! IV Tors
. Ja for l lrrwml If t Mllril
, Mate War rxparlmcnt Will
I II 1 1 for SolUla-r,
T"!l-e rl-rl Government flat
J l 4--i.B. to c--rt II x a
j fsmo-ia rea fcuiUmj l tttS Han
BIV lra eipoaltlsn. Burh la Butil f
1 S'a tree Iran tr for..!. f IM
'-.' h , k.. .
- . ' w wp ivr itrv
: o.)H eftr all.
. Al a nfi'inf 'g( the Or(t Cone
nn la a ntwilio. BM I rrt
I t.nfl )9tri)4V afternoon. II e uitan.
. Inou.lf o( la sua laa baaotifil
e'ru'tere lo the War I"paMmnt la Ba
. t aa a cl-it hwus far Lb. Il Cate
. ivititii the neat f-ar eU. Iha Bait
tu lnf rmIlr turB-rt er la
.if..'or.;aorat J. ceaeiin ion
. Mnt.c( tt W(r Wperlmeal
Arnr B.4 luarter la Han
, I fnjro, u 4plr lB(raai4 It
la tUa, a taal Iha seiJlers caa aee
( Ult uja at it al eo. a.
I ! faaatlrfcae MaaVe.
An a sea a thereafter laa eaea.
v Srir ep caa b rampl4 elta n
rBir af Iha auiMinc "HI t formally
- lrn.r..-rei to In- Mar IwpartroaBt.
. l aa eni caniitiM la tha efrr ara
J Ital Iha teeversmeel sea. I tfaveta Iha
J 'iiH.r ta (ha Burpeee lcaat4 aa4
j snail atlaR't la Us proper maiateneB'-e.
Z Lnt.l thi louitiri r-etvel. titla
la a buiMlrc will aa r.tine-1 he
lia state. If to effr I . Ilrv... Iha
, str-j.-'ire will ta ol4 la Iha twa-fceet
Bi.fi-e a ens!nallr plannail.
la fai-i. a hit bjr Iha IUr i'o rpa",
: ( Hi "tn. ut.( 111: far Iha buil t
lnr haa tl feaara lattatilir at.
tmptm. U II ba uifiurf la -t
ai'ta I Ma araamot. IX iC ITark.
chairman of Iha Comm!ln. who I
la Haa rraarlat-e atiandiiia to Iha
lul aatUamant at Iha alata a attalra at
la atpoatttoa sroucMia. ka. vntlca
taal laia caa aaai.jr k arraaccd.
tMmw A -. Vtaa.
Atlaadiea t"ia maailnc of tha Cam
imioh y(rilir. whua bail la
Iha of Juba V Lotan. ra itr.
Habart A. Poolh. of i:acaa;
Mata laater C I. Hawl.r. af McCoy:
t. T?iti?ob. of rtndlcioo, and Gov
oetior WiOjrvomba. ttlaCa Traajurar
Kar coouU4 an4 ppro4 Iha
tI.o. l.Saris ra mad to raacn la
ratary of Stata Utrolt lo ! hta ap
arevat ilio. feat ha cout4 sol ba iocai4
at iha iim.
Toa buildln has praciaustr fewaa of
fpi to tba War l iartmnU but ao
I'Ctla lataraal waa maalfaat4 that It)
i'Bmliion a4irl 4 for bid. TTa
'aaaral Cail rllaa4 aaaral Marra
ia command of Iha Woalara lapart
tnaet. Oaaaral FUIL practically oa kla
oata rpooii!ur. broucht no lb
a tioa ata and Iha t'ommlaaiua ara
oaijr loo (la-t to raconatdcr.
Jlaalaat Oal of aanilaa.
W ilncaraly hofa that ta bulldim
will bo arcaptad. ai4 Mr. Uf laa
aiarht. "It coal4 maka a waadarfu
cluaouaak and II would la Oracoa Iha
bast poaaila adcartiaiitat. It would ba
a craal pity lo feava Ihia aptaadtd build
tag tora dawa lo ba aawad MO lor Bra-
Hl feat tbat ta tha orUr altarcaltva.
for It la ao Imminx a atrtx tura tb
'ls It la out of tsa j jation.
"It la Boar la Una coed:tton. and prae-
' ticaliv tha ooit oxpaaaa la malatanarwa
lo wbKb tha War LapartcnoBt would ba
rat at thia lima would bo makln i
oiiia fouadatloa Cll at ona nd."
Army S'-r hara ara jraatty Intar
o.tad la Iha piaa. Thar aar I ha I.
tnouila tha War Lapartmaut la atoar to
at ta au'h maltara and waaia lo b
"". after oim-o dacidiac lo acropl
II waul s fevot ronatdar axpaeaa la 1uip
tmt Iho Bulldm- and makln( it tha
Jlaaat aaidlara' clubbouaa r lb world.
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'W - i J.-.ttr'Jt:
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. M m aTa r I
CK.XB IV B.tliUAD.
IUc!a4. on of Iha oMa.t and moat historic cltlra to Iha world, ea tha Tlcrla Rlvar, la tha center of terrific
feattlma- batwaaa alliad Hntlab forcaa and tha Turks. Tha anclant city la tba moat important point on the pro
posa4 UacJad railroad. llafore tba war. Uarmaoy and Great Britain bad coma to an aareement whereby German
capital waa lo build tba railroad up to tVacdad. and Prltlrh Interests woutd control tha aectioa from Baa-dad to
Iha I'erslaa Golf. Tha ffanclre of Iha Hntlab from a basa on tha Persian Uutf was designed to capture this city
and frustrate all hopes of German Intervals of derelopin tha country. Tba picture shows tha Bridge of Boats over
tba Tirte at Bajuad. Tbia la a vlaw from tba east bank of tba river and shows tha usual dally traffic.
SEIZED SHIPS NOT USED
siMthmoimi or urTtm:o
-"t'lcm t r:t:n.
mmmfM or Hoeblae aad Um to
. a Tre4 at a ta ITtaa Caart.
Otbara re4 tadar Hoaid.
WA'nrvoTOV. rva.. ..;.. at Brii.
a'a advt.a4 Iho fatted ta:ea today
fal ta raaooe.e to la Vtata ropart
fiiaat'a pretaal la Iba caaa of the al.ira.
f j iltx.!n axid ether veaaaia of the
,narua Traaa-At.antlc I'omFXr, or
' reualaitiaalns: the llocblna and
fM ba ritrslM and teat
aeill bo triad prornrtly lr a
rrna court to d:pe of the chant
tat the company la prtut:y Gcrmaa
Two of tba h!pa sUa4 by Prltl.h
eruiaara Iha Wb. a ad tha Kan
kaaaa wl. be re.aaned uadar bond
1-va itark.fic anj CB..a r will ba
aia le Iho bata of tba last.
To ate. I. rat d.apoaitloa of Iho taaae.
ca.a will ba trs.(.rrd from
lu:if and !t. Lucia lo Iandon. thus
'"" d-lay fey apaaU froia aub-
alarlca of law officers of ta Crown
xa been arranced. Is tha House of
CnRtnona today Preml-r Asqulth made
bla aaaouncemant. wblcb. It la hoped.
will '. a ao Impetus to tha campaign
for thrift oa tha part of tha public
MONOPOLY PLAN IS DENIED
Fx-rrraldcot of New llavcn fcaya
htalrin an Evolatlon.
N.V TORK. Da. . Thero was
aeer any "preconceived plan" on the
part ef Iha d.rectore of tha New Tork.
New Haven Hartford Railroad to mo
nopolise Iho transportation trafflo ef
Nr Kna-land. Charlea . Mellaa lea.
tided today. Tha growth ol tba New
llaaa stm. ba said, waa a pro a
of evolution and a consequence of ao
attampt lo irivo New Cnaland la at-
fi-taat lranMrtatloa system.
Tke New Haven ri-prident thus
epitomised at tba trial of tha It e-
diractor of tba road Iha defeadaJita'
p: that they are not criminal. y aulily
of cooaplracy to Violate Iba Sherman
"I never conspired In any way. shape
or manner, said Mr. MelWn. If any
membera of my board lad aay aucb
purpoea lhay were remarkably succeaa-
ful la concealing It from ma.
SHIP BILL TO WAIT
Introduction Put Off Until After
First of Year.
FEATURES ARE DECIDED ON
SHIP'S WOE IS SUSPICIOUS
Oil-LadcQ r-orl I .cake, Tampa Are
IHablcl. fUcslac Tatnpc-rcHl With.
rsnt-ADlUJ'HtA. Dec . The Am.r-
icaa e.-hexnr Hanry W. Cramp. Cap-
la Morrl. Itilladetrbla for Itouen
with a cargo of t1 barrels of renaed
oil for Ibe r'rn-h covernment. re
turned lo fblladlpbla ander clrcum
atarscsa which, according to ablpping
man. have a euapicloue af paaranca. The
Cramp sailed from Itifladelpbla oa No
vambar 3. paaaad out tho flaware
Capa ITi: tnr I. and proceeded oa
un tiamber t. when let miles frorr
Capo llcalopan. tha acbooner waa dla
toere4 leaking badiy and with aeven
fael of water in her hold. Tba vassal
waa stoppad and pumping bagaav Tbe
bavt day Captain Morris diarovared the
ump wera disabled and the fore
abroad rigging bad parted.
rrovlsloa Concern ln Mannlof of
Vraarla by Amrrlrans Not DexHd
rtl On Revocable Llcenaca
lo Be Olicck on Ratra.
STAY DENIED DOOMED MAN
Arleoo I'arttun Iioard IlrrCarUe
"iniiT, Aria.. la. . Tfto Ktate
T'-ar4 ef I'ardne and l arolaa Issued a
S'atsmeet lo-iay lhl it would Bot la
irfar witb the elocution of Raymond
ai Lnftoa at rioroaca ITiaoa lomor
tow. The Carraasa government ao
IJd far daisy oa Iho ground that
lie condemned maa did aot have a fair
This waa tha second of tba last -mm
maneuvers t prevent Ibe tins.
t on ef VaSntt. who waa one of tba ava
Jiiic4 saved from the geilowa last
May by tha tnterveatioa of William J.
-To. taaa becrelary of rotate. Tbe
it. La goverameqi at that time sought
Tba Carransa appaat relortad today
waa forwarded to Governor Hunt by
secretary at State Lansing without
cm me a I.
rata Rrldesl to Go Vndcr Kaifo.
fRAI?C Or. r. ilrclalMr.
fit. aaundera. wife of Gorao V.
gMr. one ef rala's promiaani
yaung buatsaaa even, waa laaea lo tbe
fcoapi'.al at Koaturg Tnuaaday Bight
far aa eperatioa for aspeodicUia.
ftrttlob Rrdacw Crown Hatarrrw.
IaNDO.X L'ec I ReJjctioa at tie
BUTTER CARDS ARE ISSUED
Germany Adopts Mraaarra to Con
serve tapplr of Ial.
BtinUIV. via London. Iec. . Tba
federal coua- baa autoorised raunlri-
palitlea to taue butter and fat cards
similar to the bread carda la use for
eaerel month to regulate the con
sumptloa ef these artirlea. Tba erdl
Ban. e lenaii effective January 1. It
containa provision for reaervlng tbe
cheaper butter and tats tor the poor.
The rommlaaion organised to equal
ise d strlbutloo of butter la authorised
lo require largo producers to sell part
of their output, up lo 11 per cent of
te total, for re-sale to municipalities
where e-tortagea exist.
GARNISHMENT IN DOUBT
Question RaicHt In Suit Drought by
TtrntKHVRis. Or.. Pec-. . ISpec-taL)
Whether money placed In that bands
of a hberltl to satisfy a court Judgment
caa ba garnlsheed by a third person
lb lagal nuesuon proenle4 10
Judge L B. Kiddle hero today.
Tba question waa raised following
tba institution of a euit by Joha Hunter
O recover las from Mrs. taens Abra
ham for Iha construction of a srdewalk.
Concurrent with filing the euit Mr
Hooter caused a garnishee to bo levied
on a Judgment rendered recently
against tba plaintiff in favor of tba
dsfeadaat la tba circuit Court.
WAMII.VOTOV. Dec. t. The Admin
Istrstloa merchant marina bill will not
bo Introduced In either branch of Con
grass before tha first of the year. Tbl
became known tonight after a long
talk between Fecretarlee McAdoo and
Redfleld. Pension Fletcher nd film
mons. Representative Alexander, chair
man of the House merchant marine
committee, and Solicitor Thurmaa. of
tha I'opartment of Commerce, who draw
Details of the measure were discussed
at length and It waa eald there waa
complete agreement on Ita genera
terms. Much attention waa given to
the provisions la tegard to Iho roan
nlng of vesarls by Americans, about
which there has bn no flaal decision.
It waa poinled out In tha conference
that while auch a provtalon waa de
sired la order that an adequate Naval
reeerva might be built up. the cz
elusive employment of Americana on
veseela In the faclflo trade would
maka competition witb foreign mer
chantmen! almost out of Iho question.
This point will ba gone Into thor
oughly by all thoeo present at the
conference and another meeting will
be held, probably Best week.
The provision for regulation of
steamships were virtually approved as
wrlltea. The proposed shipping board
would be clothed with power to reg
ulato rates of American ships Just as
the Interstate Commerce Commission
regulates those of railroads.
To control tbe rates of foreign ships
which trade from I nlted ftatea ports.
provisions have been made thai all
ehlpa using -American porta shall
required to secure revocable licenses
from the shipping board.
With such a lever In Its hands. It
Is felt tha board can keep rates down
to a reaaonable basis oa t radio lo
4 TAKEN FROM STEAMER
CERVIX O aXCRICAV VESSKL
it t: wo VCD nr mKscii.
Jlee fMegleg as Ibe
I W Bipr. i - . - ' : . I m
ativc Muno ,t :lC taa Cu.
ae i'-i taie faces 1st a tar Sactae (tcl
lbs n Med:arv ll aad II eaa ba
artnwal affectlae Ibo bead.
Crwlaer Believed nearralac far Cos
tapa Usrr Caa sao .vai Ibo
fart a lUcaa Pbare.
tXS JCA.V. Porto nico. Dec. . The
Torto Rico liner Cosmo was stopped to.
day by the Trench cruiser Dea Cartes,
which took four German firemen from
the merchantman on board the war
ship. Tbe search laated from S to fe lt
o'clock, tbe officers, the crew and the
entire list of passengers being exam
ined. The Carolina also waa atopped
It la reported that the Des Cartas waa
looking for Waldemar Hep p. German
Consul at Han Juan, and John Mnbbe,
the Austrian Consul, who are now In
Chief Steward Fehaade of the Porto-
Rico liner Carolina, was taken from
that Vessel last night.
i he Cosmo and the Carolina are
American eteamshlpa owned by the New
lorn Porto Kico Steamship Com
pany. Tho Coanio waa bound for ban
Juan from New York, having left that
port on December 4. Tho Carolina ar
rived at San Juan December 1 and waa
to have Bailed thence for Ponce.
WASHINGTON. Dec .The search
ing of the American steamers Coamo I
and Carolina caused no excitement
among officials here. The right of
belligerent warship to stop, visit ana
sesren American ships at sea under cer
tain circumstances Is not questioned.
The Incident Is not likely to be made
ue subject of diplomatic interchange.
Fare Order Not to Re Contested.
OLTMPIA. Wash.. Dec . (Special.)
The Grays Harbor Railway & Light
Company will not contest the recent
order of the Public Service Commission.
requiring fares between Coemopolls and I
Aberdeen to be reduced to 5 cents, but!
has filed a tariff, effective January
S, lowering the lntcrurban fare, which
now la 10 cents, and which was until
recently IS cents, or Zi cents for
files Cared la le II Days.
Prussia! refupd money If PAZO OINTMENT
falls ta cure itrhme. Hllnd. bll!ne or Pro-
iwi!. T:' I- ir-tt arpT)sfn reilev. fcoe.
PURE, RICH BLOOD
Pure blood enablea the stomach, liver
and other digestive organs to do their j
work properly. Without It they are
sluggish, there Is loss of appetite, aome- I
times falntness. a deranged atata of the
Intestines, and. In general, all the I
symptoms of dyspepsia.
rare oiooa ia required by every
organ of tba body for the proper per- I
formance of Ha functions.
Hood a Sarsapartlla makes pure blood.
and tbia la wby It la ao eucceaeful la
tbe treatment of so many diseases and
ailments. It acta directly on tha blood,
rlddtpg It of scrofulous and other
humors. It la a peculiar combination
ef blood - purifying. nerve toning.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all drucists.
YOU ARE FREE
a ask. earstlsas oa
Tomorrow Night at Teas'
Mlltoa SI. Joha. Leader.
K. p. Hall fear. Ilth aad Aider)
Near Olda 4c Hia.
BRING YOUR BIBLE
Don't Delay Your Xmas Shopping1!
There are many reasons why it is to your advantage to come and make your se
lections from our stocks at once. Perhaps the most important is while we have
crowded every part of our building with beautiful gift things, the very choicest
r- st-must necessarily go to those who come first. Don't wait
rM untl yu nave decided upon what you are going to give. Qf 03.
You can decide at once when you come here, inspired 1$
LjijJ!! by the sight of the great showing of acceptable articles, t
At. Extraordinary Under pricing of
Edges, Insertions, Flouncings and Allovers of Fine
Sheer Materials and Dainty New Patterns
Choice at 8c Yard
For Reg. 12J4c to 15c Embroideries
A fine and extensive variety of Narrow Embroid
ery Edges and Insertions, shown in dainty baby
patterns and in heavy designs, for underwear
trimmbisr. Regular 12V4c to 15c qualities O
on sale Bargain Friday at OC
Choice at 15c Yd.
For Regular 25c to 39c Embroideries
A splendid lot of 18-inch Flouncing and Corset
Cover Embroideries, very suitable for making ac
ceptable Xmas gifts, etc Both large and small
patterns, on sheer cloths. 25c to 39c qual- 1 C
ities on sale Bargain Friday at IOC
35c to 48c Embroideries on Sale Friday at 19 Yard
The popular 12-inch Embroideries shown in both heavy and light-weight materials and in a choice
range of small and large patterns. All crisp, new Embroideries in qualities regularly sold at 1 Q
35c to 48c a yard. Priced for Bargain Friday at X ivC
A Great Pre-Holiday Underpricing to Induce Immediate Purchasing
Folding Boll Buggies
Today Only at $1.7 9
Best $3.00 Grade
In our main-floor toy section, domestic aisle, we have arranged a great underpriced sale of Folding
Doll Buggies that will prompt prudent shoppers to make immediate selections. They are fine, dur
able buggies, made with steel frame, 7-inch steel wheels with rubber tire, reclining back, push
handles that stand 26 inches from the floor, and they come with green or tan upholstering. They
fold neatly and easily and are the kind regularly sold at $3.00. Underpriced for a great tt 1 'JQ
Bargain Friday Special at ..pXee,7
A Small Deposit Will Hold Your Purchase for Fu ture Delivery If You So Desire
Now! For the Greatest of All
Novelties and Plain Colors in All
Desired Widths Suitable for Holiday
Sewing Bows, Trimmings, Etc.
Choice at 10c Yd.
For Ribbons Regularly Sold Up to 25c
.a- . . a.l 1 a. a T I t TC
liere tney are a mammoin lot vi r.Duons. x.a
quinite in their rich coloring's included are both
I ; V.- ani ftarlr-vrnrn T.rirtf. "f a nriwi in A. ta. Iwirirh
VijC, 44 W aSlaVa a je bsh aaaa.aw
widths black and white stripes in 4M and 5-inch
width; 2Vt to 3', i -inch satin Ribbons in white, pink
..J kin,. 3 in A-inrVi tnffprn Rihhnna in all startle
colors. Regular values to 25c a yard on f
sale Bargain Friday at JC
Choice at 25c Yd.
For Ribbons Regularly Sold Up to 85c
A wonderful variety of strictly high-class foreign
and- domestic Ribbons in light and dark prints and
beautiful plaids and stripes failles, moires, satins,
taffetas, Jacquards, etc., shown in huge variety of
patterns and colors in 5 to 8-inch widths ribbons
suitable for most any purpose in values to OC
85c a yard; on sale Bargain Friday at aOC
Tempting' Of ferings Men's Section
Silk Ties at 45o II Handkerchiefs at 8c
An unusually attractive and extensive showing of
Men's Fine Silk Ties in four-in-hand styles, with
open ends colors and patterns for street or
evening wear come early for best selection, for
they'll sell rapidly at this low price. Bar- AC
gain Friday la-
Best 10c Grade
A special underpricing of the extremely popular
Japanette Handkerchiefs made with large silk
initial and neat hem; they have a soft mercerized
finish and are especially good values at 10c 0
each the price this sale is OC
Another Great Sale of Womens
Outing Flannel Gowns
A Special Offering for Bargain Friday That Will Surprise Our Oldest Friends
Regular 75c to $1.00 Lines
We direct special attention to this underpricing of several hundred fine Outing Flannel Gowns as an
occasion of unusual importance to economical women. The assortment includes over fifty styles and
patterns, in pink, blue, gray and in plain white. They come in low and in high-neck styles, with or
without collar, and they are trimmed with tucks, fancy braid or embroidered. All are extra well
finished and cut in generous width and length. You have unrestricted choice from 75c to $1.00 Cfi
lines Bargain Friday at ej VV
Equally as Important Is This Sale of
Children's Outing Gowns fQr
In the Best Styles and in All Sizes 50c to 75c Lines at ... .
At this great price reduction you have choice from several splendid lines of Children's Outing Flannel
Gowns. Various styles, with or without collar and in plain colors, or in neat stripes and figures. OQ.
All sizes up to 14 years. Regular 50c to 75c lines Bargain Friday at Js
far a. s sat are a JC W. UkOVC . iK