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THE MORNING OREGOXIAX. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1915.
LAST LINK III PLOT
? EXIT'S!. CENEBAL WHO IIAS BEEN NEWLY APPOINTED TO COM
MAND AT DARDANELLES.
More Than $100,000 Bail Fur
. rushed for Employes of
CONSPIRACY IS CHARGED
In.lw-tnM-ai la vTctlanJ Canal Ca"
Kt -sartrcl ToJay Von Rlatrtrai
lalrr .domrnd Colli
, .tlrr Otrtvlaaaa.
y?rr TrK. r. si T-. errt
-.! af E.lmued Justu-e. a ISI
ivtm.) employe- ev ttta ttaraear
,1 mei-lrea f-m. "'"- romf. was d
!.f, t r rd-rt e'fl.-Ut. to e-jpoty
in --mi.ain. link" l a chain ef evl-
cn:ni titat tit steam.Sio com
ny we t"a fl-!n.ril o of the
iMfnua (oiarm( t.rloot :
ss.ln.t An.rUa atfU'r el4 lo
, be. a aa.-overe.f tr ISe rvpertra.at
J..'.ica w arrested a aa employe
mi f.: jp!r"'3P of r-i K-
t . ef t"t Hmbtjr.Afnri-a'
i.t.Ti.e b 'J " aBo t. rBr4 WHS
:nr.Emf lo plow i) til. Wi:s4 Canal.
jutort.y ef-.r Jj.'.u-e arre.t a law
ear rep'eaea :& Ka n i appeared e
fire, t'-mej ( rnmomloMI
lliitd'nii an, I sir It .) ball for
M. as"f" at fcria -t for
Jnar 2 Thi a total ef mora
coil : v etti"d br the Hbor
Amerte.n Company a bail for tnea ae
n ef p ot x.ln.t Amrt-ea -lr;i'r
lni..-(m.ii( ta te We'tand Canal
eee ere espacted tomorrow.
T (rial ?ry Sk baa ln
.tu:ip. tb a'leaed actlvttt ef
"". tg Rlttelea la fotnantlc;
ertfceo la t-ntiatt'oa ptaats k-a com
plated It work, bat baa adjtomed
v.r Otri.fm, Indictment la thla
ftu probably wt:i fc returned Best
iMHrMTY orrrnro woman
(rfnrrtmrnl Seek 1' iUrnr-t of Ir-
trti la Ma 1'raacio Car.
SAX rRANCl.-JCO. Pee. :i. Complete
l-nmimtr from prosecution on chart.
ef bomb r:"' offered la Sir.
Marcarat SV. Cornell, a detective, today
Irs tatmnt n4t or Joba W. Te
ton. lolled -state. Attoraor. If Wra
I off I would trll what she mi"
I tba Gevernraeat la tt prosecution ef
t'tiarles C. Crow lev. a detective. an4
Hareo George WilBetm toa t'rlncketx
aa atc.-e of tba Oarroaa Coaaulala
Jtra. CoptioH. CrowtT and Voo Brln'.
kn ara all und.r laiitvtmnl br a F4
rl iru4 Jury cbarcad wlta ronptra
ri ta ttrr Amarlcaa commarca
mitu I'rta.',. t.T!f1. Italy and Hoo n,
an4 a.ina tna m ! to lu Ita araua.
riurtj'r an4 a...a.(aation,
I r.tlon ofrr m ml HkU aflar
J. P. t I'.rln. attarry for Mr Coraall
and to:r. bad filad with Pra.toa a
tiat ft a 'I"""r,tr fi ba Intli.t mot.
In lb V nriori 'td br Atloray
tV,f a 4Bn4 fr troasunity
far Mr. I'orn.Il an Iba (round that
m bad tati?ld b(ora tha rrand lury.
iTaaroa ln.ir that aba rfuaod to
itttar dmand mado br roinal for
tb afn.l.nt.. It aa aaid. ar tbat
t-ia aUC;nn bo mala mora ptflc
la ta Inilirlm.nta
FRYE REPLY RECEIVED
ti at r. i rtar.
Ptata lWpartaMa W Hbbald TVIalla
nalaaj kWarlaa aa Laotloala
aad ,tarM (aara
WA3HtNiTO. 1-a.r. Tb full
tat af Ma li-rm.n r.p'y lo tba U.I
Amarwaa not r.irCinc tba iebtna:
of too Art.ar M9 i'wrti I". "fTa
haa br r ..v. at iria Mato Ipart
m.nt thro'iab tho mail fm Ambaaaa
d..r ;.rari). It a.. a!ruUC4 today br
rffi.-.ai. tt 1. howr. that
on i-i-nunt of Ira poa..itlo bartD4 upon
h upon lrs!u laold la lb Lual
ttni an A"i-ofta caa Iba stala la
ar-t-nanl ! I n at h lima Bukl
n!it .. tha dfail of tha raply.
It I. u nd'r.tovl ( w.r. that tba
an..r l-ta in doubt tba attitude ef
tho ;rmaa cn.aramant toward tha
Am.rl;an auCa'Stmr that tba rtulra-rr.-t
of tba Cf.Urnion of London
that "hafor tha ta d'.trorad alt
ri'9r on b'ard mul b placad la
Tha t a.hktwctoa cvrnrnapt of
pr..t tttf aa nut fc.int aatljiftad by
marair ttvintf ata ortortunity for a a
caPa to tifaboAt.a on lha opan aaa.
It i Ibouartit th a a iDjart may ta dia-
..f aibmarina ar!ara aa inl4 la
tha Lu'lUBU ca...
rtj...a4 a a aaparata quaatiora or pat
b.pa In Aoona'tton with Iho pra-ti-a
FOMTOR ASKS JUNCTION
rt)aj-al onrarrtlon of IJnr Wuultl
Sair Hlx -'am. -Vaja I'rtlllon.
KALKM. V. Pa.-. i:. 5parlat)
Cifin ef Mnrrifnr t 'via r jotnad with
Tn.uh.r4 of tba Molatta tirartf. la afe
la: tha Or tr o n I'uMw Iarl-a I'omml.
ion to ordr tha So iih.rn Pa.-iflr Com
pany and tba W liUm.ti. Vaiicy !oulh
rrn Karlway t naba rhyl'al connr4f
linn ef their linae at Mount Ansel.
Tha resident., of Wonttor lr thalr
yatition lo tha Com mi . iho that
now- tbar ara cmpa!ad to abip and
ravair rarl'iad lot of frlhl from
and to aoutbara point throuch Tort
land. Tbt. Ihey declare, entail tha
pom.nl of awttrhlna and extra fraicht
rharsa. aa well aa loea of time In
fnr lafe.t adltla to our tarce Una
af modaatly priced rlaara. Surprla'.ns
ualitr at a t... bov of I?. II. IS for
b of :S. I? Si f r bom of e. atia;
M.-neL 1 ad at. Mall ordara promptly
. led. Ad
Thrro Amrd of IXlocle Tlxrt.
SALKf. Or. Pa. SI fpoclat
iTtematn? t!ft of hlrieU la Halera
for to pt month l-xtar lad lo tha
arra.t in forfaed of WT M KIrath,
far- WeS!:rti a"d Tim Klcliman.
Toutha. who ware brou'M to s:em
tor.nrbt to fa tha rharae. Accord-
ac to tba !am polU-a tha bl-ycla
ha.a hrrp4 to Fortlaod and
aoid by tba auasaciaa Xadav
t '"r eO W -i , ... w
Photo by Underwood.
LIElTEAVT-Crr.RAt, IR ARCTIIB ll.O Mt RIUT.
2 GENERALS SHIFT
Sir Archibald Murray to Com
mand Dardanelles Army.
MONRO GOES TO FRANCE
l"orro)4r Commander of Alllrw on
rroinaala hacrrcda Wr totU
Hale. Who IVfomr. llrad
of All nrllona In WW.
I1NPOV. Dc. Si- Uatnant-Go-raJ
tttr Arcblbald Muiray haa baan ap-
Bainted to auccaad lr Charlaa Monro
aa Drttlab commander at tba Parda-
ne!:.. a aa orflclal btatamrnl U-
uad thia afternoon.
Sir Charlaa Moaro baa boon appointed
la cwmmand cf tha ftfal tfrltlah army
m I rance. id auccloo lo lir IKu;Ia
The otf'clat announcement follow:
-Oanaral Mir Loulae Ha! baln
umad auprema command of tha
i -! . l . . i. inri and Flandera.
Oeaeral fir Cbartea Monro wl.l auc-
aed bira la rommand of tna (trt army.
. . . . . . -1 Ma lf.hlh.l
Murray, chief of tba Imnarlll yaneral
taff wi'.l aucreed Hir t rariea Jionr.
-n. .m.i:.n.rl illr William Kb-
ert.on. Dow chief of tha general ataff
Krmnre. will become chiet oi tr.a im
perial areneral Half with I n temporary
ink ef Ueneral. with Ma)or--.nrat u.
Whiabam aa hi. deputy.
-Mejor-C.eneral Kiscell. aow al
ant to tha chief of tha Imperial jen
ral ataff. will become chief of tba
eneral ataff ef Mr tK.ua; I a llai.-
r....f.l l irr.T ii chief of tba lm-
perual ataff at London onttl a few data
,a;o, iTamtar AU'la lonouncea yea
lerday that ba tad been aurceaded by
Ueutanant-Ueneral flobert.on. chief of
la (eneral ataff la the field, and thai
e waa to rewrite aa Important com
mand. Tba coir.mander.hlp cf tha flrt Brlt
b army wa made t.r.nl by tha pro
motion of tlenwral llaic lo ba tna
liritlaa commander In chief.
FRENCH MAKE BIG GAIN
rtninR or is .r.-iw
(arafal ArllMrry rraparattoa aad
laablas I berae rrta Itaeray froaa
aaaaa.ll of Maatalala.
TARJA ! SI. Announcement wa
, ik. War Office todar tbat :fle
tiermana bad beer, raptured la the
operation at llartman-Wellrkopf.
. . 1 ih. k'.amk rra--
mi a pii. .ni.i.'n . - .
lion to an appreciable extent. Tha
"There wore few avenla of Impor
tance lat nlhl. In the Voasea tha
attak deliTared ye.tarday by our
troop made II poeatble for ua to en
lrae appreciably our poeltlon on tha
,( elope ot n.rmi.nr'"riii..Ti.
Tba number of Oarman made prisoner
l now IS'J. of whom II ara officer.
Tbey be Ion to (Is different reylment.
Tbe ucreful action of the Krenrh
waa made for tha purpo.a of brlncln; to
an and a eiluetlon which tba French
recaroeo aa inigi-i.m..
mil of thi mountain thrre ba been
lnceant ftThtln by both aide. The
tranrb. were aeparated by only a
email ditance. Tha reult of thla
ria-htlnr waa an appreciable lo or
men each day.
Tna Krenrh eucce.a re.ulted from
careful artillery preparation and the
daahtnc onlaucht of tha troop. The
. k. v (ArrMl bai-k some
U.IH..U. " - ' "
dtetanre on the eastern alopa of the
PURLIN. Tla London. rac- Si. A part
of th Herman poattlon on tha aurnmlt
of Hartmonna-WaUarhopf. In the
Voeae, that waa captured by th
Fren- h yeaterday. haa been reedptured
by Herman troop. It waa officially an
nounced by Herman army headquarter
Wednesdays War News
THE aecond American note to Aua
trla hred the leadlnc poeltlon In
tba lata London new. paper, yeaterday.
with tha report of the Rueatan auc
ceea at Varna. Bulcarla chief aprt.
Tna note appeared In London too lata
for extended editorial comment, but th
headline eeftarted tha opinion: "Nol
Cooched la sharper Tone." -Ail Dlcue-
Ion About Detail Swept Atd. or
"No Further Dlecuaalon Appear roa-Ibla.-
I'p to a lata hour there waa no offi
cial confirmation of the report of the
r.uaatan occupation of Varna, which. If
true. I, accord I nc to tha London
editor, "one of tbe ffreateat more of
tb preaent war."
The same crltlra belley that the
Ruulan aa.ault on Varna I the pre
lude to a new effort for Constantinople,
which la le than liO mllea dKtant.
On tha western front the aucceae of
tbe Kncll.h at Hartmann - Weiler
kopf. in the Voacea. la rrcarded In th
allied capital a not only a brlllldnt
but a u.eful operation at a point where
the lluation haa been moat difficult
for many montba. The number of prls
oner la the larreat on the wealarn
front alnce the (real Chamoatne-Loos
Th EnclLh public take much pride
In tha manner In which Australia ha
taken th withdrawal from Galllpoll.
Thla attitude I eumtned up by an Aus
tralian newepaper In lha word of Lin
coln' Gettysburg speech:
Ve here highly reaolve that these
dead shall not have died In vain; that
Ihla Nation, under God. ahaU have a
new birth of freedom.
The most Important development In
Great liritaln were an appeal by the
leading bankera of tha nation to unite
In the task of mee-tln-r the war's finan
cial requirement, and a speech by
David Lloyd Geortte. th Minister of
Munition, at Newcastle, to tha trade
union official of tiro country appeal
Ins; to them for assistance In obtain
In; .9.000 skilled worker, which h
demanded In hla speech In Parliament
a few daya ao.
The report of the ftelchatac discus
slon have aroused some Interest In the
entente capitals, where lha Socialist at
tllude I be ln( closely followed, many
ballerina; that aoma ecllon of tha So
cialist (roup In Germany may prove to
be the ultimate channel of peace nego
tiation. A Copenhagen dispatch de
clare that the riociallat party in th
it'll h. lag I now completely divided.
31 mem be re having seceded and formed
a new party with an Independent or
4,000.000 BRITISH GOAL
Int-rra-arrl Army YotrrI and Parlia
ment to Sit t:icll Month.
LmNPON. Dee. S3. Th House of
Common today pasaed bill prolong
ing the life of the present Parliament
eight month and Increasing the
etrength of the Prltlnh army to 4.000.
0o men. Hih were passed without
The army bill was passed In Com
mute of the whole at last night ses
sion after II hour sitting.
The newly authorised army. II. J.
Tennant. Parliamentary hecr.tary of
tha War office, advised to the House
tonight, will be the largest army ever
raised In t it 1 country.
CONQUEROR OF LIEGE DIES
f.rnrral von KmmW-li. of Grrmsn
Army. Victim of Artrro Solrroala.
BKRLIV. Dec. 31. I By wlreles to
Payvtlle. N. Y. General Von Enimlch.
conqueror of Liege, la dead at lien
ore r. Arterlo sclerosis waa the cause
of death. Ierlte the admonition of
Kmperor William." say the new
agency. "General von Ktnmlrh wa ut
terly regardie. of hla health, declar
ing that a soldier In war time had no
bualnesa to think of hi personal well
Ilrill-.li Advanrr Hep Id.
I.ONPON. Dec 12. The British
treasury advanced 1300.000.000 to
British firms to enable them to meet
their obligation during the early daya
of tbe war. Reginald McKenna. Chan
cellor of the Kschrquer. told the House
of Commona today. Klghty-t wo per
Velvet Fur Trim
$6.50 the Pair
Knight Shoe Co.
Morrison St. near Broadway
Open evenings until Xmas.
Store OpenTonight, 6 to 9 o'Clock
r r t
Make practical gifts. when
purchased here will give the
greatest satisfaction, as they are
good at any time. Special
Booth, First Floor.
Mail and Telephone Orders Filled by Expert Shopper
cMercrv-nciiso of cJ Merit Only"
Pacific Phone Marshall 5000
Home Phone A6691
On the Second Floor
Hundreds of Gifts
The Sixth Floor Gift Room
Is a Treasure Store of Christmas Joy
Open every night till Xmas, from 6 to 9 P. M.
The finest gifts that Europe and America have to offer,
gifts that cannot be duplicated at any price, are here for
your selection to make this Xmas a merry one, for every
member of the family, for friends and acquaintances. The
entire collection is especially arranged to make your shop
ping easy. '
Below we shall tell you of many of the exquisite things
that you will find in this interesting section
Rich cut glass of wry new and attractive pattern made,
from the smallest nappies to large comports, vases and bowls.
Exquisite lamps with silk, cretonne or hand-painted shades,
and marble, mahogany or old gold base, small lamps for the
boudoir, large ones suitable for all other rooms, and they range
in price from $2.75 up.
Bohemian glass comports and baskets edged with gold and
delicately painted rosebuds.
Gorgeous vases, beautiful marbles and bronzes,
mahogany and wicker trays, novelty lamp shades,
candle sticks of mahogany, crystal marble, old gold or
ivory finish, at prices that are surprisingly little.
Special one-price tables have been arranged, such as
65c tables of etched crystal vases. Larger sizes. 85c
95c tables of beautiful Austrian rustic glass table centers.
75c tables of vases, smoking sets, small statuary, etc.
95c tables of fancy vases, plates, candle sets, ash trays, etc
$1.19 tables of decorated table china, teapots, bowls, plates.
And dozens of other tables of the most desirable gifts, at
prices that are within the reach of all.
Practical, useful presents, ornamental as well
Chafing dishes, casseroles, percolators, coffee,
tea and chocolate sets, dinner sets, and for the
men, smoking sets of every kind, humidors, and in
dividual smokers articles, and hundreds oi other
articles of which we have no space to mention. Sixth t loor
Nothing is more useful nor finer looking for a small sum
than a gift of leather from the Lipman, Wolfe Store. Very
new morocco leather collar bags in black or brown and silk
lined, at $1 .25. A leather shirt case with six compartments,
for handkerchiefs, shirts, hosiery, gloves and ties, excellent
for the man who travels, at $6.50. Whisk broom in black
morocco leather case at $1.75. A collapsible coat and
trouser hanger in a leather case at 50c. First Floor
"Silk Service" is the Lipman and Wolfe special brand of
silk hosiery, a special quality of silk, made with extra rein
forced sole, heel and toe, and mercerized top. $1 is the
special price of this silk stocking, which may be had in white,
black, and sixty-five different shades. Pure thread silk
wash hose with colored tops, is very new. At $1 .1 5 a pair.
Gold-filled beauty pins in many new designs at 25c.
Sterling silver lavallieres set with stones and pearl pendants, at 5Uc
Sterling silver tatting shuttles, plain or engraved at 50c
Sterling silver enameled shuttle, plain or engraved. S1.0U
Gold-filled lavallieres, set with birthstones and with pearl pendants.
at 98c, special.
Gold filled Waldemere chain and knife at $2.00
Solid gold brooches in new lacey designs, stone set at $3.00
Misses' solid gold rings, set with birthstones at $3.00 .
Men four-piece shirt sets, of cuff links, tie .clasp, and scart pin.
gold filled at $1.25 set.
Sterling silver engraved match boxes at $5.00 First Moor
Makes a gift that will cause you to be held in grateful re
membrance for years, that is, if the rug you choose happens
to be pleasing in coloring and design and sound in consti
tution. And such rugs you will have no difficulty in find
ing in these
Belouchistans at $16.85
Which sell regularly at $27.50 to $30.00, in average sizes,
2-7 by 3-11 and 2-1 0 by 4-1 0. Fifth Floor
Because it is growing almost impossible to receive any
more dolls from abroad we have decided to close out our
doll store, rather than sell just ordinary dolls, and it will
not be opened again until we can offer our patrons a full
line of standard famous dolls. Thousands of dolls are here
at wonderfully attractive prices. (
8-inch jointed Character Dolls, with sleeping eyes and long, braided
hair, special 29c
10-inch paper mache jointed doll, sleeping eyes, and light or dark
hair, special 39c .... .... , t
14-inch kid body doll, light or dark -hair, with slippers and stock
ings, special 33c
The Crown cork stuffed kid body doll, sleeping eyes and bobbed
hair, special 75c " J
Jane Grey Cuddles at 75c ...
Bright Eyes, novelty cork stuffed kid body doll, with curly hair
and Urge eyes, special $2.25
Beautiful Aurora doll, with glove kid body, full jointed and curly
hair and lashes and sleeping eyes. $4.50 Second Floor
$1.00 down and $1.00 a week, the first payment to be
made in January, will put a Victrola in your home for
Christmas. No charge for delivery, no interest or extras.
A large stock of new and perfect instruments from which
to choose. Every record in the Victrola catalogue is here,
fresh and unplayed. Victrolas in all styles from $10.00
to $350.00. Mezzanine Floor
Pretty crepe de chine camisoles at $1.79. We are sell
more this year than ever for intimate gifts from woman to
woman. Lovely crepe de chine envelope chemise at $6.95.
A hand-made, exquisitely embroidered Filipino nightgown
at $5.95. Pink secco silk envelope chemise at $1.15. A
nightgown af pink secco silk, in empire style, is very at
tractive at $1 .98. Beautiful boudoir caps of crepe de chine,
lace trimmed, are priced from 59c to $5.00. Fourth Floor
cent of these advancea nau aircauj
been repaid, he said.
Veteran Iowa Kdilor Stricken.
BUIUJNGTON. la, Dec. 51. Charles
M. Junkln. 0 year old. 40 year edi
tor of the Fairfield (Iowa) ledger, waa
stricken with apoplexy while at work
in hla office today. He died two hour
Orciron City Woman Itcleased.
OREGON CITY". Or.. Dec. 22. (Spe
cial.) Mrs. O. W. Griffin, who was
arrested yesterday upon the complaint
of K. Gallinger. char-red with Insanitj.
waa released today after an examina
tion by- Dr. Frank Mount before County
Judge Anderson. Mrs. Griffin and Mrs.
Galllnirer engaged In s flytle encoun-
ter Monday over the rent of a building", cute Mrs. Griffin, and Gallin&er charged
and Mrs. Galllnger declined to prori- i -iti im m-a. .......
A SPLENDID TRYOUT LIST TONIGHT! Including
in Songs and Stories
Dances of All 'Nations.
Musicians and Vocalists
for your holiday neckwear. Thousands of rich, new patterns
Qualities You Usually See Priced $1.00.
Come and look them over. You will NOT be disappointed.
286 WASHINGTON ST.
Between Fourth and Fifth Streets