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BOOM POWDER CITY
DESTROYED BY FIRE
EBERELES TOUR TWICE
TOGETHER IN 33 YEARS
Wkite-Hsrred Pair Appear In "Daddy Lenf Lt" at Hcilig After Lone
AWnre Wif of Dead Sea la Visited.
Hcpewe!f, Va., and All Its Peo
ple Desofate, but Nearby
. Mills Are Spared.
LOSS IS ABOUT $3,000,000
TTmand. !oddenly Ifomeles. Ar
Takea to Other Trans as porta I
Train Mlliila It on Gaard.
Srjro I .oncer I. j ached.
TETrr..Pt-Rti. v.. r. -nxp
ii. a.. I tn town ef 2V.
tiunmct hr th Duooat Powder Com
r"T. virtually w itr)ra by f"
Ul. n.!r At P. M. 1.1 flam still
war ua.rentrollad. fit it was a!4 thr
wa lit'. left la turn la th loon, and
lh eorr.panys powder mill, some dta-
awar. w Bat blld to ba la
"(. TB bias .tartl la a laatao-
T financial oaa l timtJ roach
It at S 1. .. (! irouxn lj of bom
t faroJItae InnuM wr tak.a to
F'i'Bmo4 aad ptrburg ca pctal
tr i a.
V .. nalMJ. Bar) UVMIF,
N.ar'y rT butM:ne? la the town.
wu.-r had .prim1 with anttoal
sW!!r. 'i(t:i of th Waaler
tntrifrg tmnt ef the '' was
tna.l ef i A bleb wind idd In
?r. ef IK (:!. al l withto a fw
nisat't af'r thay war d..ovrd
vrt b-k war on f.ra. )irvrae
rTft.4 frurn Kicnrnoaa and Ptrbrg
w.r por, to cbck tea cootUr
f cotrp4l" ef state troop war
! Is prevent rtotiac n) looting
"'" tba rrsa'bc uerri aa4 th
ftmt;:. On a.grt caua-hl looting
i.rs;hed, V etar lit loal
a r;i ef Iha fir, accordiag la
f.P'irf. reaieg br.
mora IrwiK wr nt teeltht
I ifi ricH.a ina iiJ report to
"' tt -. military authorities kad
taa i.tut-ca la bead.
taall BW Innn Matt.
T era srrt4 at I ' o clock. Th
by Adam Drum. a
ll-rar-eUi by. wha 14 smok can-
In from H root ef hr-etoy
returan ui;i:r.f a ruaa4 lata
IHa t iti.l.rw ) aa aftarwar l a?
arat at a Iron I window on ttla areaad
'f wic aa Infant in fcta arm. Il
ani'ita4 la llta crowd fc:ow la add
IUi't A frlnt wa b.aal a
a It 'm 4 Iha ef lap4 lata It
ii'tf a aor Iha lataat a hurt.
r a bar taa talr4 a bitdiea aaml
-or arvl brou-t a'lt a aacoa4 Infaal.
tli. lima from IBa ert Boor, that had
-- I'd la burn bt tt paracta.
iipawii aatu two ax-nth aaa waa
i t-D- toaa, and Ibara had ha
T'jrn troala ta inatn tatninaT ardr.
W4B ma nirM waapoaa aa la lb
t ! la tba Waal.
I.nr(r amoac tba rata lotitki
tTr. do-tor. tiMiw. anaa aad
wrtft wra ailtirta; aa tba a-ota Ibay
mn la mim. with ririaa arra
tair mm sr rttif al thair balta.
T atoraa. boiaia. raataviraata arlWa
h'iii'i:B4 and atbar iro.-t-4r dtrod
i l pronasir toolbar 414. Tbara waa
laaawdaaar Maaraa f r4ltd.
rt.ta tSa tact t&a fir ericlaalad la
ri jrant. Ibara wara pritnl ra
aorta loHM tal It bad baaa alartad
r aa la-aa-isary wha m M haa ba
la a-cotr nii.-a of in atnp'.oja of Iba
l" t'ant factory arrat4 laat ai(nL
fri'-tala at ta towdar renpaar ra
f J 1 ld:araaa Ina la. n4rrT Ibaery.
To Irnrhatt waa found carry-
Ik off clolbiac from a ptla la frosl of
m burn a tera. (a waa aa'a4 al oac
by a partr of citu.na arxl hurri4 lata
a aida atraat. Aftr a reomaot a con
ailfalina a rep waa p:ara4 about bt
B'- and ha waa hacc4 la a Ira.
Tft town two btnka war burn ad.
of m. h had coBldrabia
''iii. wil teralca laborara. who
frattt:' :ir baaiasad ta burninc batUd.
In la wbt.rb lalr maay waa da
nicad. fa oe bank lb aair bad
t dn tba frn:.J maa from lb
a'j'K.nc wtta a rtoitr.
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7 X - 0S -"w ;
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J I V ,
SLAP AT PRESIDENT
Democratic Senator Is Leader
of Bolters From Late Ship
PARTY STRENGTH SHOWN
FT X.KOXV CA HATH
ERLI (w on rrd a lit'.l chat
had tarday wtb tha yean-
old lady and ntlmaa a
tba (- iba Kbarl yoontalara Mr.
aad Mr. Kicraa A. Cborl. Mothar
Eb-rt la T yaar young and la Iha
oefy womaa In captivity wha will ad.
mil la ail of bar yaar. Tbla aacallant
pair ba wad l yaar. ana la
lb ll 11 yar lhay only wc hav
bad aa miiftmnl la lb am com
Tbalr rraaaot loqr la Iha aacoed In-
' of a J-ln n;aaarnant. Mra.
i: bar la playa Iba buar-aa-a-pot-of !
r rmpla la ldUT uef Lac.
al lb llctiic. and Mr. :barl baa lb
rota of on of lb Iruataa and appaar
llr aa atlra. Iba hatlar. praaant
qjil aa flawlaa and I near a bit
cbaractar aloly aa that of hi wlfa.
P lrat vlall am laara aw '
tl I yaar lnc Ur. t:brl firal
vlsilad Portland. II ram with Kobarl
Mntll and lopp4 al lb Ohio lloua.
down by lb nr. ACala b Vlaltad
ait yaar v a Iha doctor la "Tba
Third ta-ra. Mo I of tbalr IhaalrU-aJ
haaa ba pni In orlclnal pro-
durtiona la Naw Torh or In Kaatara
rorapaaiaa Ital ihi Mm Kbrrl
lb Nan Jtampl wlib llanry
Miliar company and cam lo Cali
fornia wtta lb company, but bar only
lait to I'ortland waa mad la !.
ban ah cam la Laly'a A Niaai
Thl vauran pair hav Iw oa and
a dauchtar bark f.aat. aad Ihalr cldal
boy. Caor M. rbarl. who ud lo ba
druccial In Avlorla and In Portland.
Ilaa burl4 In Varwoavar. WaH, and
mu. b ef Ihalr lima bar has baa a iDant
wltn bt wlfr.
Thy baa Bona ef lh hall-mark ef
Iha ras paint fraternity lh fin
old folk. Mr Kbarla la a Rotonlan:i
Mr t:brl waa born Mary FarrtiaoD la
coi!asd. and went oa the alas la tb
ball't at la.
"My parnla nxtr would com lo the
theater lo e ma although lhay took
fraal Iblaraat In my work." eald Mrs.
libarle. "My father look m to and
from Ihe theater rUa.hU jr. and mother
balrad m with my atudlea and my
rlothe. but their ataunrb rallsloua u p
brlnainr forbada Iham lo nlr ta
The Kberl apend their non-workln
hour In raadlita:. kecplna up a buay
rorrrapondanra with th folka bak
home la Chatham. N. T.. and la noi
quietly about Investigating; Iha scenery.
Vareftaaa Renew Vaalh.
"We aparki mo-1 of our tlm looking
forward lo tha rummr. for w have
aurb lovely limes In th licrkshlr hill.
We forget th years, and ara quit Ilk
school children on a holiday. t'elight
fully tha. a aweet old folk tell of th
artifta of other days, kindly, reverently
of lh big stars, and always with
Oh. If only som ef th Ilttl unheard-of
young peopl of lh stag
rould meet Ihe Kberlea and learn from
them th leasoni of ktndllneas Id their
f'llow artlata. They told of th three
Hovthe. of Charlea Kean: Ihey delved
Into their own Interesting histories; we
cam down to modern-day actors, and
not on word aava generous prals an
loyalty to a fin profession cam from
lb lip of lh Kberlea.
Tbey ar filled with entbualaem an
lh Joy of their work, and they aa
only Ibat Ihey be permitted to play I
lb earn company.
"In so nice to bava father to look
out for me. ays mother.
'n hy. dearie. says th snowy
haired old gentleman." you know you
look out tor me.
OI predict that this la en stag mar
riage that win stay put.
5000 SEE CHICKENS
LOGANBERRY JUICE CURES
Orejoa Prodwrt Ie-r larevj I'arfal la
Caaew ef Rhc-amailaaa.
Tnrvr; or. re. t p-iat.
ixOTcanoerry jntce la aow blag nf gs
a cur tor raaumatum. according 10
word rtve. bare loay troca W. K.
to.iarvL of . oodard. CVarh 4k Co..
l'Hit f Prt.and.
J Unit, jnaaaa-.r ef tba Eugn
I ruiraraaara- Aorutlon. received
lttr frocn Mr. TAoo4ar4 la whira b
j. that th :.n rrv iu ha b
round bnfic-iaU It la said I. Julc
aa a aoivent r r arte acid, en of
in caueae of t diaaa.
ijsval paytci.B say that If M ta
i.-a ca. lians.rry Jul.- aa a drlak
wi.t aurpaaa other al-n::ar fruit Julcee.
pgyaieua jt i today n fruit
Jutr tended to diaaoive Ihe aria and.
but thai k believed logaaberry Jute
is me aaciaiaccory r aay.
LEBANON SHIPPING TREES
CbrtatsB 5appllre Vrrpmrr
So I he-r a CalifomU.
LrBAXOX Or. tar. . pe-iL)
' re crwjl ef Chrlatma traea have
aaarau:4 at tba stoutBera f acit'.c
Station far 'auttuts California.
Jt 4ru-r. l annber will mark the
yermal apaaing ef th aolida seaaoa
a Laaasen. Ta n emea Civte Club
wui .or(a tae buaia. straota. Tba
iie Clu baa met wita hearty cv
A camraaaltr Ire will b ptaredf at
tte lataraavtioa ef Mia and raraaa
treat. aa4 a community -.nj- wi.i
Crowlh o4 lirhool Cllrd.
r-Itt Or. t.r. .p.-uti
fhawtnf th rapid lacra la th aura
hr f Biga .-loot - cragoa. h
tata D part merit of Kdacatiua an
aounced loer IBal wiu I years ago
soar were bat flva high evboota la
CVaga graduating a manv aa 11 an
a i:;t. bow the hick 'h graduate
riy n umber mora in- ;i. Tba
tat toartmrvt ef liducalloa ba
o-rjiet4 t.-ie atandarduattwa ef 14J
big .-tiat.. Ka.rft ef these) schools la
! er! affertng four years ef work
a&ave ta iath crad. but aU ar well
inprt) wtta Itbrarte and apparatus
enabling then t d efficient work.
M. J. Myers Shows Barred
Rocks That Won at Fair.
EVERY BIRD TAKES PRIZE
Canby Mayor la l!cei-c-rd.
rANBT. Cr. l" . Ipecual) TJ
fx!:artng nty ofir!.a aer erected
M .nday. W IL IVai r. lo ur4 htm
a:f as MTr. J I.e :.-karer. ra-
ec-.ed Treurer. and ra S:?let
ieorge Bate. C ij Combs aad T. Ci
r'arr a Cactlaea. tao laat
being r-a acted.
prl Mora, on Inhibition Draw Ins
Card, bat None Allrart More At
trntloa TKan rrrslaa Cat a l:n
Irrrd by Mr. If. - AltVa.
M. J. Myers, who maintain a chicken
ranch ea t'tvuion street, holds l.i dis
tinction of being lh ooly exhibitor la
trie vent annual Oregon Poultry aad
Pvl ftock tihow wbo had aa ntry at
th Panama-Partf! avspoallion. Ills
pen ef Harred Itocka. 00 sibtbitlon In
th baemal or th Too building, waa
not only aa entry la ta pea eleae of
Harred Koche at tnaa Krsnelaro fair,
but It oa Iba Brel pn for Marred
Itock pna. aad every ona of lb 1
bird, all lurr.d lie- h. thai Mr. Jayra
had entered were plac winner.
ituck dtatlnrtloa I noted whea II I
ramembered that approslmatety !.
bird from ail over the I oiled state
and Caxada war entered la the poultry
eshtbttton of lb eipoettioa. The spar
required lo boue the poultry abow
al Jaa Iraaciaco occupied three acre
aad five mile of cooping waa required
la acremmo-Jal all lb entrant.
ifeetde taking place with all of Bt
tl eetraate Mr. Myers woa aocood.
third aad fifth la tba Megan ytm ef
Jdgtig birds that lake Into account
f lTlng capacity aad quality of Iba
bird, la Ihe llogaa Judging conteet
there were HI eatrle aad lh achieve
ment ef Mr. Mvers la taken as a signal
ucceea for Oregon ana particularly
Portland chicken breading. Mr. llogaa.
th originator ef the acortng system.
did th Judging hlme!f.
Approtlmalaly t parsons have at
tended lh shew la th bamct ef lh
Teoa bonding, aad 7i la regarded a
ear ilmat for tba sis-day ibl-
Among lh pets Ihst hav be a aa
exhibition at th show none baa at
tracted mora attention than th Per
sian) cats thiMted by Mr. H. K. Allen.
ef !: tiasl Tairty-eecoad street North.
rha ba ea xblbltloa eight cats, all ef
Iha Persian strata, aad two ta partic
ular have kept many persons amused.
Kewpie. a beautiful animal, of aoild
rang color and with copper-colored
. aad Rajah Mack, another solid
e-eer-ctord animal, hav takea
prtsea wherever abowa.
tmrsco pio:os ivix prizus
Of Si Dlrti rnu-rcd. a Urine Pre
mlams to Exhibitor.
ORENCO. Or, !. 1 ffJpaciaD
Orvac crtaitJy kpa ltsaif praiaat
on th map with lh new lira "Walnut
Club, having mor than 17 j member
organised In less than ten days, and
the big showing at the Land Products
Dhow, together with other features.
And now it has com forth again by
raiaing line pigeons.
H. A. Mitchell, of Orenco. entered XI
pigeons In lh annual Oregon Poultry
ana pel Mock Phow this week In Port
land, and ha been offered premium
out of 11 birds entered. Ha sent 1
pair of pigeons, ona pair of each kind
n Dreed, to the Oregon Elate Fair a
Paiem. and won a blu ribbon, firs
pnt. for each bird entered. It also
entered in same number at tha Wash
Ingloa County Pair, where b reclvd
la iirvi ana on ronrl prls.
BURGLAR 'SOOTHES' VICTIM
"lloll Over and Kcrp Quirt," Is Or
der lo Sleeper, Who Losrs $300 Pin.
noil over and keen quiet" was th
injunction or a burglar that entered
th bedroom of t K. Tladley. a timber
dealer, of Tillamook and Portland, at
uia noma. ,i nun street, al 4:it
yrsieruay morning. Iladley obev.t
A diamond valued at ISO and a gold
watch and chain bearing th Insignia
of th Klk lodg at Astoria were
taken. Th thief previously had tnA
to gain niraac to a housa next
but had been frightened away by ta
" - a woman.
ROBBER SUSPECT IS HELD
fTrsi Made In Connection ti-iiH
Clear I ake Hank Cause.
eEATTTUF. Wash- Te. Rn.ne.a
of being on of th men who robbed ta
Ftri Mat Hank of Clear Lak -u.-..h
a . . : "
- .-wraor je. alter locking the
cashier la tha Taulf. cara aSalorf. 17
years oW. waa arrested her today and
" " """ ernon lor Id en tl f 1 oa
Hon. evalorr denied any connection with
Kaloff was arrested la April. 1114. In
connect loo with th robbery of th
-'"' nana, out waa rla4.
tolUr Day Include Wedding.
MAft.lILO.V. O. Dec- T. p.t.P Zor
ger. T. of Ihla rlty. a Civil War ret.
.ran. ana miss verdl Killing. r. J?, or
riiKi. appeared at th or
flc of Justice or Iha Peace C. IL Wis,
man aad offered him a II bill and a
marriage license- Th marrlag waa a
featur of a dollar-day sal held by
local merchants. Justice Wiseman had
announced be would marry aU couples
Canby Mason tlcrt.
CANBT. Or. Dec . 8pclaJ.Can
by Lodg No. 114 of Mason this week
elected th following officers: Dr H.
A. nedman. worshipful master; IL IL
K.ecles. senior warden: W. 8. Maple.
Junior warden: IL U. Evans, treasurer;
C. R. Uunsel. secretary: Ueorge Bates!
senior deacon; J. U White. Junior dea
con: J. Eld. senior steward; If. w
Ifewltu Junior steward: J. E. Suther
land, marshal; E. A. Priest, chaplain.
Teaasaala's 12 raUaajs aava (ad r"-T of
Arimlnlatratlon JSunoorters Fall in
Opposition to Head of Tpper
House Based Vpon Action at
Laat Session of Con cress.
OIU5GOXIAVNEWS BUREAU. Wash
Inaton. Dec . Tha ro-electlon of Sen'
ator Clark, of Kansas, as president
pro tern, of th Senate is construed In
u'..v.inrinn a ian at tha Adminis
tration notwithstanding President Wil
son refused to take sides In the Bmo-
cratio quarrel In th fenaie.
Th. fact that moat of th staunch
Administration leaders In the Senate
arrayed themselves against Senator
riarka and undertook to punish him
imnir and solely because he refused
to tak dictation from the White House
and from the caucus wnue too snip
purchase bill was pending In the last
Congress Is likely to lead to further
trouble In the Democratic family later
I. th ...llntl
Had the opposition to Senator Clarke
bean strong- enough to deieat r.ira tor
re-election as president pro tern-, that
result would have been heralded as
a great victory for the Administration,
for ther was. In the Administration.
a atrone- desire to punish the Senator
from Arkansas, and In Administration
circles he was held largely responslbls
for the failure of the first shipping blU
Others Kolleer Lead.
Not that he conducted a filibuster
sgalnst that measure, for he did not;
but ha did lead a bolt from the Demo-
cratio caucus, after the White House
had sent word that th shipping bill
-must be passed." Thst bolt of seven
Democratic Senators gave aid and en
couragement to Republican fensiors
who did the actual filibustering.
Therefore. Senator Clark was held ac
At the time Senator Clark bolted.
attempts were made on the floor 01
the Senate by Senator Stone, of Mis
souri. Senator James, of Kentucky, and
Senator Williams. of Mississippi, to
read him out of the Democratic party.
and no Senator of recent years has
been more scathingly denounced than
Senator Clarke on that occasion-
He stood bis ground, however, and de
nled the right r the power or any
Senator lo read him out of his party.
Th Administration was greatly pleased
with tha manner In which Senators
Stnn. James and Williams walked over
the Senator from Arkansas, and Secre
tary McAdoo. of the .Treasury Depart
ment, th tru father of th shlp-pur-chas
bill, gave approbation to the
word of the three Senators named.
MeAd'a Part I akaewa.
It Is not positively known that Sec
retary McAdoo took any part in the
fight to punish Senator Clarke by de
nylng him a second term as president
pro tern-, but there were many Indica
tions that be conferred with various
Democratic Senators In the hope of
winning them over. And for a time It
waa believed that Senator Clarke would
have few supporters, other thsn the
six or seven Democrats who bolted
Senator Clark, however, forced the
fight Into the open; he compelled hi
opponents to make clear the ground,
and sol ground, upon which he was
being opposed, and when he had done
that Senators normally with the Ad
ministration swung over to his side
and he had a comfortable margin on
The election of Senator Clarke as
president pro tern, following close upon
the re-election of Senator Kern as
Democratic floor leader, disclosed the
fact that the Administration crowd In
the Senate la far from being In abso
lute control, and that Ihe majority
party Is far from being a unit, A
month ago It was thought certain by
Administration leaders that they could
unload both Kern and Clarke, but on
both Issues the Administration Sen
ators were defeated.
A Genuine Sale of Suits
Immense Reductions on Fine 'Winter
. Garments for Women and Misses
x All $27.50 to $34.50 Suits $18.85
All $22.50 to $24.50 Suits $15.00
Each suit is a personal selection of my buyer of women's
apparel. Each one comes to me direct from New York and
is in the proper style. All of the popular fabrics are here,
including velvet, broadcloth and mannish mixtures.
Fur-Trimmed Braid-Trimmed Plain-Tailored
Buy Your Winter Suit Now at the Lowest Price.
$10 and $12.50 Coats and Raincoats $7.95
Morrison Street at Fourth
AID PLEA IS EXPLAINED
C. D. OILI.ETT, OK PORTLAND, IS Q
RELATIVE OF WOMAX.
Czplaaallen la That Mother la Need
Dare Xt Write Sob Direct
Because of His Wife.
C. D. Glllett, of Portland is not
relative of the woman who recently
made a plea for aid in a letter received
by mistake by C. D. Glllett, of Flavel,
Or, and turned over to the newspapers
for publication when neither he nor the
postal authorities could locate the
C D. Glllett, of Portland, yesterday
explained that the letter was meant for
him but that the woman was not his
mother. The mother wrote to Mr. Gil
lett, whom she intended to transmit the
message to her son. The mother, Mr.
Glllett explained, does not write to the
son for fear the son's wife will destroy
the letter without handing it over to
him. There has been friction' between
the sons wife and his mother.
"Because so many people suppose
DAIRY CLUB IS FORMED
Student at Corral lis to Kntertalji
Daring Farmers' Week.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.
Corrallls. Dec. . (Special.) The stu
dents In the dairy department at the
Oregon Agricultural College have or
ganised a dairy club to further the In
terests of that Industry among tha stu
The rlub will send a representative
to Spokane In February to compete
with other Northwest colleges In a but
ter-Judging contesL Arrangements are
being made also to give a banquet to
the visiting members of the many dairy
associations during Farmers and Home
Makers' week. Frank T. Baldwin, of
Bakersfleld. Cal, Is president of the
Coo Bay Resident, St, Dies.
MARSHFIELD. Or, Dec . (Spe
cial.) Mrs Julia Durrand. aged 61.
died of paralysis at her home In Bun
ker HI1L Mrs. Durrand was born at
Gardiner. Or, and lived there until I
111. when the family moved to Coos
Bar. th leaves three children.
am the son I would like to have it
clesred up. said Mr. Glllett yesterday.
I have transmitted the news of the
mother's plight to the son and be has
sent her some money."
C D. Glllett. of Flavel. gave the let
ter out for publication after it had been
returned to him twice. He turned it
back to the postal authorities. "Inas
much as the Postoffice repeatedly re
turned it to me after I had disclaimed
it, I give It out for publication, think
ing the letter may reach the right man
In time that way. said Mr. Glllett, of
Flavel, In riving the letter publicity.
ALCOHOL QUERY IS ASKED
Monmouth Druggist Wants Recipe
for Denaturing- Product.
SALEM. Or.. Dee. 9. (Special.) Any
method which will render alcohol un
fit for drinking purposes will be held
sufficient, according to Attorney-Gen
eral Brown, who today received an in
quiry from a Monmouth dmggift ask-
Ing for the legal method of denaturing
alcohol. The druggist explained that
he wished to offer alcohol for sale for
bathing and for use as en antiseptic,
but the usual method of mixing wood
alcohol with grain alcohol, he pointed
out. made the product poisonous.
The Attorney-General said that the
United States Internal Revenue Depart
ment prescribes several methods for
denaturing alcohol, several of which
make the liquid non-poisonous, but un
fit for drinking purposes.
EGG FAME HEARD ABOUT
Oregon Agricultural College
commissioner of the Oregon Bureau of
Mines and Geology. Mr. Lawrie is now
in New Jersey. He will represent tha
state at the convention of mining men
to be held at Washington, D. C, De
cember 16, when certain revisions of
the Federal mirfjng laws will be con
sidered. The Mining and Metallurgical
Society of America, the American Insti
tute of Mining Engineers and the Amer
ican Mining Congress will be repre
sented at this convention.
Mrs. John Manning Is Recovering.
Mrs. John Manning, who underwent
a serious operation Wednesday at St.
Vincent's Hospital, was reported much
Improved last night. The attending
physicians expect Mrs. Manning to re
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.
Corvallis. Dec. 9. (Special.) The work
of Professor James Dryden, of the Ore
gon Agricultural College, in the produc
tion of world s record egg-laying poui
try has attracted attention abroad. This
week orders lor breeding siock irom
the famous Oregon strains of egg-pro-
ducers have been received from south
Africa and Ireland. The ordere will be
Recently orders have also been re
ceived from Australia. Hawaii and
Canada and within the past year fjom
almost every state in the Union.
The Oregon Experiment Station an
nounced the first 3o0-egg hen two
years ago. Three more have been pro
duced this year.
Card Games Ordered Stopped.
DALLAS. Or.. Dec. 9. (Special.)
Card games in confectionery stores at
Falls City are to be taboo by order of
the City Council of that city. There
is no ordinance governing the matter,
but at the regular meeting of the Coun
cil held last night the Marshal was
Instructed to notify the proprietors of
the stores to prevent further playing.
Steps were also taken to prevail on the
District Attorney to stop the use of
punch boards. The presence of minors
n these confectionery stores, engaging
n card games and operating the punch
board, led to this action on the part of
Governor Appoints II. N. Lawrie.
SALEM. Or., Dec -9. (Special.)
Governor Withycombe today announced
that he had appointed H. N. Lawrie
11 For Christmas
COUGHED NIGHT AND DAY
How Thii Little Orphan Boy
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Towanda. ra. 1 ioob a iittia or
phan boy to live with m and last
Christmas k contracted a hard cold
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waa vary ill ana a oau couga set in
that b coughed night and day.
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In February I got a bottl of Vlnol.
After using half th bottl his cough
began to Improve, and two bottle n-
Irely cured bis bronchitis and he
Ined In weight so that he doesn't
look like the aame child.- liarry A.
Stephenson. Towanda. Pa.
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