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TJTE jrORXTXO OTIECONTAN. TnUKSDAT, DTTCOrnETl 2.?, 1915.-
Jitneys Operate as Ferries on
Submerged Streets of
PEOPLE MOVED IN BOATS
TWd Iralr la Cndrr Water, Car
I VbuoU havprnd. Trala
Are l-Mtr ami Several Karape)
Iron Death Kctiocted.
CTR AXIX Vuh.. Dec si .;-
t.Ai cctr:i ut Bisht and today
aijerleoced the worst flood la la
Bk.tary of th city when th ooauro
cki. fuver overflowed It tanks.
Tau morning all cf th rltjr aorta of
th Cray Itaroor tracks was Inundated.
Twr areata was a river north from
Mipt i:rc a:l of th tora la fou
alurha fc-tnc f".oo.!e,i. Th polle
MitJ all a sat vita a big ttal b
ttnciist tamtlte la th north nd to
dry tan 4. iwir.g to th swift carrvn
Mfiy could sot bo reached along tB
Toatiai th high water la busln
tioa of t'ntru bad ntlrsly sub
sided, tut la greater part of aorth
and iou'.Bl action a loan-
aace.J. to. latter tioc cus4 by an
itirl'.t c Cheha-Us luttf this mora-
t'ords pralrte. west of Iho city. I
atirs'y Bftder water, a la alo tern
lory C-n:rUa ar4 thehalls.
water bicg to rocts of balldtng at
foitavxi Washington fairground. 1 o
t.rurfcaa servic between two cities
Wee oon44 tai afternoon.
Jitney operated a ferrl
arlr totUr. transporting woraleg msn
throuih too Innovated s-cUon. TO
city' fir hum wora.d all cleat
umDlsa water oil of trio basements
of the Hot. I Wu.ioa and Fitxti
Merchant Hjek and yssterday muni
cipol nitijrtarx wer asd to tak
in school children bora. To Vnool
Kior4 mot thus morr Ir.g and decMed lo
abosioa school aatil January J. th
t ar.tm hul.Jaj starting this more
Train a atl rmnlng lot. Tb
CSrav Harbor trarh of tb Northern
I'acifla la ino aorta nd r washed
out end trir. ar being routed OTr
lao -W. ft N. TB mala Ua
trace of Ik Nortftora racing wer
wa&-l ottt near Martin mill, bo l th
subsidiary tra:s whivh withstood tb
IWd permits tb operation of Iraia.
Fran Ki.ina'r. a frtnr. rrow
l -iapo4 lrawtit an For4 i'rairl
t o.J tT bn t.1 korM b u 4rtln
itiR4 oft at a iqSnwrjH road or
t.foot mbaai(BMBt. Tk animal
r-rrorT, .--.-pnili:PHnP Till n rfc
THREAT MONTH AGO
Too Mack lUT.r la Ull
At Wi:tow Junction. kro th 137
aili liKart I J no nt taa iatti
In'orurbaa. tn atatioa I taoiatod In a
lak li n-b to two ft d-p. Tb
watr la a fool from tb track. Fl'14
ar f;oo4d all Ibo way from Pujral up
to Taroava. and many baru and hoo
wr col off from ail road.
cut-op tiKtixii.H w.viiii;r oct
TIlro 1'l.xiJ la trrral af
Small Strrama Nrar Astoria.
.srrnKiv. or.. r. sp.ciai)
At a fMuIi of th hay rain of Ik
.( fw !. htth frht ar r
port4 ta tho artoua imill itrtm oa
b'a of tho lowr rtr. Tk bl"
I i of ytr4y. coupld oita tao
Cal. ba.-ktd BP th watara until tb
bank af many of Ik ilrumi war
At Crar Rlr th water Inandatad
larc tract of land, flooded a Bumbor
of boua- and born and racbd IB
t-Tf'-h of th Mr atoro.
! I..p Rlr tho water u alao
aua'iallr kl!. whit th road leading
from Knafptoa lo Nal wa lhr feet
ander water at iot. SeTeral inall
bride wero swept away and traffic
waa at a tan.lti;L
Toons Kler and Ih Lwl and
dark wero alio anuaually kick and
th Klaakanlno River bride on th
maia liKbway near Ih lvtra t'oop
eraco Company camp wa swept away.
Tho brideo waa a wooden atructur
nor thaa 11 feet In lensta.
rtoon nr.ru fr.umE iiomcs
Hock r.rportrd Loaf. Vilrra lKn,
Mall llrll Tp and Trains Lair.
SEA-itPK. Or. Ie-. i.tpclat
Ctataoo I'lalna haa beot Inundated by
th heavy rain of tho taat 41 hour
At S!4 t:: Nerukun and Wahan
af rtera ba OTerflowed their bank
arvl la th eaatern actlon of tb city
lb water ba reached tho flrt floor
f eeTeral bou.
Tho county road aotith of th city
In th band Mar tb tleaaid Hou
wae roTrd by fur fl of water yea
lerdaV. No mall or ataee left for
point south and th tru-emta train
waa i hour tat. TonlsM th N-
rinicun P-lrer la ru.hlic Ihrooch town
with th speed of a mill rar. As some
f th telephone lino ar til dowa It
a ImpooatM to timat th loa lo
farmer, slthouch a report Is current
that corMiderabl atock waa lost by
Nor of tho Summer bom at lthr
trie or Ceorhart baa bee n damaeed.
Th total rainfall for Ih last three
days waa i S Inch.
TtOvnOT tFD OX HIGHWAY
Irrrjman C"Tvarj- ! Cm I la
' (dw Iload a ad Doe Xlla Holwca.
AumrErs. r. ir p-
rial. I Train delays and m! damatr
tf rni b' been b-ul th on!y hard-
hipa on Orar Harbor by th
storm which snded her Ut Btcht. Owl
trta paa.ncera. du her at a o'clock
thie mnrrln. did not arrtre antll noon
and th owl tram mall did Bol reach
her antil t.oicht
In aU Ih lowttnd sections
f to county wer flooe4 yeetarclay.
bol IIttt darmae roaulted. Near Ta
I'P. In th West end of tho county, th
water waa f'ur f-t got oa tho roo i
In n p:ac. and ixii-rt, many of
whom wro reolnf to lown for th
hit4ar. craei la a roar boat ferry.
Th ferry oe-rtor rhr(4 1 cent a
ancr and I said to kao don a
bia day bests.
1M AT IKVOtl ItlVi:it IIIIWY
Scvttoa of llrldsv Swn Ataajr and
Ushl IManl Crippled.
HOOD 1:1 V Kit. Or, Dec II. (Spe
cial) Ner la butory ba flood
water of tb Hood I'.lvtr caused such
damac a oa last Bichk whra th
stream flooded portion of lo plant of
th Oreeoa Lumber Company at Dee.
wept away a section of th waa-oa
bride ronnectlnc Ih city with the
East fid trunk road, destroyed a
tiio fish ladder eer tb dam of tb
I'actfic fooar A Lisbl Company, a
hort dlataac up tb stream: tem
porarily put th plant of th Hood
titer Ua Llectrlc Company out of
business aad threatened th bride of
th Mount Hood Hallway tin.
old resident say that th river ha
not been so bieh for 1 years. The
stream, satins Into th east shor of
Ih river just arroa from th city.
ram near cuttlnr off traffic to and
from th local boat landinca. Lor
were washed aeatnst th Mount Hood
Hallway bride and th north abutment
Friend of Mrs. Kuehnc Makes
Affidavit Concerning Law
OFFICIALS ASKED TO AID
RAILROAD riUrMDKXT MIOVKL8
Jndse IHralrk Work a I -a borer to
Ctrar Slide for Train.
OREGOX CITT. Or, Doc. SI Mp-
clalK When a slid of mud blocked
traffic oa th Wt::amtt Valley South
ern aooa after o'clock last nlehL
Jodee tlrant B. IXmlck. preeUcnt. and
oocar U, F.by. vr-prcsldenl of th
company) Joined tt crew of hurriedly
cailvd laborer aad shorele-4 dirt with
tr. ret nntlt th track was cleared.
At that hour of th day tiuperiotend-
eat ftacer had difficulty In obtalninc
laborer. Jude t'lrr.lrh and Mr. tby
heard that th line waa blocked aad
offered their aorelce. Tny spent mor
thaa aa hour late last Blent worfcloc
l!k ti Tl-a-day laborers.
No further trouble was experi
enced today by tb Wlltamctt Valley
COWLITZ ItlVril IS HISING
Caatlr Rock Krport Two Bad S1I Jra
on I load lo Vadcr.
CASTLK ROCK. Wash, Doc. SI.
(Mr octal.) The loceaeant rains of th
past two or thre day bar caused a
rapid ris la the Cowlita Itler. and
ther ara appreheBslona here of a flo.l
sine ther Is- much snow In the
mountain and th wind and rala ar
warm. Thora I mu-h drift runnlne.
which make naelcatloa baiardou.
Two bad slide ar reported on th
railroad between this city and Vadr.
and ther I one la tha cut tbrouea a
portion of this city. Trains ar belrve
delayed somewhat, but a larea fore
of men I at work, and unices there
ho aid b washouts also It 1 hoped to
ret the tracks clear soon.
Woman's Appeal to Got. Wltliycombe
Prrrcnt Crime Referred to
Klamath , District Attorney,
Who Advises Civil Action.
HIRT AND WATKK COVKIt HAILS
Two Railroad Near Koath Itend Are
It lor bed and Mall Icl jcvl.
liOtTH PftND. Wsb, Pee. :i 4Sp-
laL) Pacific County ba witneasotf
ha worst storm la It history. A sal
a log blowlnr alnco Hunday aad
am and ball bav fallen baaetly.
All freicM and paerer STrlc oa
th Northera I'aclflo and Milwaukee
ailroada between Kouth Bend and Cen.
tralla ba been tied Bp. A slide oa the
Milwaukee ba tlnd up traffic and oa
the Northera Pacific a half mile of the
track of the ?oulh Bend branch Bear
Willapa has beeo was.led out. No mall
left br this mornins and none arrlvad
oa cltrcr railroad this afternoon.
T.KOMI rontll PL. A XT -VOXKIID
aUreaana la DUlrict oa Horn pare, bat
Water Are Ileerdias.
TarojfA. WtA. l"-. IJ tilrweiat.)
-B;'.S Bin Incbe of wster oa th
fler and a torrent pouad-ne aealnal
It. wu. ih tronlcipal power plant oa
Ih Nttaai:y lu-er last aleht pes-ed
nruei th most tempestuous period
af la history.
Ail tho rtvor of tho Puyai:up aad
vVhi: River Vallay avstema wr froea
4 l feat abov normal, bat are aow
re.re.it n. At Ankara tho Whit River
wa t Inc he hleher than al th fetch-
at period la Novemr. It baa rearrted
dowa thouaaade of crde cf driftwood.
Al Aldertoa th water wa feel
taat alcht. tha bichest this aoa.ea. bat
bad reted almost two feet tbi mora
e Ortme has bica water la tb Car.
b-sa F.ieer an t J.n'H Fork of tho P-uy-a-.u.
bat bob thai would oJotr
Columbia Rlaes Sli I ret.
VANiX)0KR. Wash, Pee. Si
(Special.) The Columbia River made a
phenomenal rle of six feel In 31 hours,
follow me the heavy rains of two day
seo. The river tonleht is covered with
driftwood and tha water I unusually
muddy. Tb eaue was I yesterday.
and today It was S feet above aero,
freahet Itrlnss Dowa I -or.
ll'HJCIAM. Wash, Dec. ir Grays
Harbor's tbreo-day storm baa been fol
lowed by a day of fine weather.-and all
dancer of serious property damage aa
a result of flood water I past. Th
bleb water In th various streams only
served lo brine down lees lodged on
the banka by previous freshets.
Rivrr at Salem 11.9.
SALKU. Or, Pee. SS. SpclaL In
th ! hoars endina at I o'clock this
mornine th Willamette River at a-
lem rald S.3 feet and now la li t
feet above low water mark. A rainfall
of .Si of an Inch was recorded during
tb same feriod. No raia fell today.
BATE RULING OPPOSED
TATK omcMU MOTKST
( nr. tat: or ah:.
t tljittea t'oeamlsaJoaera . Decide
Appeal tr IdlaS Local Baela
(aa Be t'oaad.
OMAHA. Pee. SI ftllllles commis
sioners of several Middle-Western
states, la conference here to arrance
for concerted artioa to Induce th In
terstate Commerce Commission to re
consider Its ruling of !cmbr 11. per
mitllne railroad, of the stairs affected
Id Increase passeneer rates. Issued the
following statement at Iho conclusion
cf the meeting tonight:
ll w. th !! of tk meeting that
th decision of tb Interstate Com
merce Commission' lo th Western pas
seneer advance rate case, la Its gen
eral application and the besoa followed
by th Commission la reaching Its
conclusions, ar rubject to serious leeal
oBjectiona. and thai th various states
should resist Iho order of th Com
mission Increasing passeneer far
throughout the West, providing meth
od of review tn court alsL"
Leeal representative of th railway
commission of lb tats afeeted were
Instructed to decld on th advisability
ef appeal to Ih I'nlt.d Males fuprem
Court aad report lo Ih commissions
It wa said Informally by commission
ers that th state would submit to
the tultnc only if II appear that a
contest la the courts would bo useless.
Iowa. Nebraska. North Wkota. Min
nesota aad Kansas wer represented at
.ALEir. Or, Dec SI. (Special.)
Threats against the Ufa of Mrs. Alma
Kurl.ne. who was shot and killed last
Monday at Dodd Hollow. Klamath
County, by A. Krnest Lawrence, wer
mad last March by Lawrence, accord
ing to Mrs. Lydts. It. Todd, of baJem.
Mra. Todd was formerly a resident of
Merrill, and a close friend of the slain
In a formal affidavit mad today be
fore Attoroey-Ueneral Brown. Mrs.
Todd sets forio th clrcumstancea con
nected with Lawrence' alleced threats
acainst Mrs. Kuehne. The affidavit has
been sent to LMstrlct Attorney Ire. In. of
In an effort to prevent tb tragedy
which n said she foresaw would tak
place. Mrs. Todd appeared before At
lomey-uncral Brown and Uovernof
Withycomb November It last and
pleaded that ther lay the matter before
District Attorney Irwin for action. Al
that llmo she .told of the threats msdaa
against Mrs. Kuehne. Tb Governor
and Attorney-General Immediately com
munlcated with th District Attorney
to ascertain th facta That official ad
vised in reply that tho trouble waa of
a civil nature, that Lawrence was ac
russd of taking possession of Mri
Kuebne's homestead, wher she bub.
equently was slain, and that th
woman had already flared bar case In
the hands of KiamaLb Falls attorneys.
Cattlemen Ar Biassed.
That cattlemen' adjacent to Klamath
Falls ar over-riding th rights of
homesteaders of that section. Intimi
dating them, cutting their wlr fences
and committing other outrage, was
the assertion of a Federal official to
day, who called upon Attorney-General
Brown. It waa tha belief of this
official that th Kuehne tragedy was
th outgrowth of act of outlawry
practiced by certain cattlemen.
In ber affidavit Mra Todd says:
"I. Ldia It. Todd, being first dulv
sworn, depos and ay that I was well
acquainted with Alma Kuehne: that I
am also acquainted with the defendant.
and lived near the homestead of the
aid Alma Kuehne. now deceased: that
oa or about March. 11S. In company'
with said Mra Kuehne. I went from my
hous In her company to ber horn
stead, a her th defendant waa then
living, for the purpose of getting
clothing for her.elf; that whil w
wer at the residence Lawrence called
me out of th boils and said:
"'Lydia. I want you to keep that
thing away from her.
"T answered by saving: 'Haven't you
a lot of gall to say that a woman can
not com oa her own place? and b
'lt Isn't her place, and If sb cornea
her aeain I will kill her.' Ha bad
reference to Mra, Alma Kuehne.)
Official Lear a of Fear.
Tetallln Iho difficulties which Mrs.
Kuehne waa experiencing In attempting
to obtain the prosecution of Lawrence
for threatening ber life and taking her
homestead. Mrs. Todd last month told
officials that sh feared Lawrence
wond harm her friend. ,
That Mrs. Kuehn had received a
good offer for th sal of her home
stead from Lawrence, but had refused
lo accept, and that bis office waa not
Interested In It from the standpoint
of criminal prosecution of Lawrence
as desired by Mrs. Kuehne. was th In
formation given "lovernor Withycomb
leceinbcr lo by Mr. Irwin.
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OREGON CITY FIRM AGREES
Haa ley Pulp & Taper Co. lo Irmll
Retention of City I'nrapa Site.
OREOOS CITT. Or.. Dec. II. (Spe
cial. W. r. Ilawley. the president and
general manager of the Ilawley Pulp
At I'aper Company, today agreed to
permit Oregon City to retain the pres
ent site of the city's pumps for a pump
ing plant In rase city property on south
Main street la sold to the mill for th
ait for a new building.
The Ilawley company offered to take
an option on the clty'a property for
:0.0')O and remove the pumps to a con
crete building to be erected under th
street, but some objection has been
raised to thla feature of the option.
Mayor-elect Hackett. who at present Is
a member of the Council, has Insisted
that the pump b left alone and that
th paper company build Its mill over
th pump, and Mr. Ilawley agreed to
T. B. MONTGOMERY IS DEAD
III I'rotn Grip, lie Sacrum be. tad.
ilenly Co Attack of Apoplexy.
Thomas B. Montromery; secretary of
IIilLsboro Oarden Tracts, Inc.. dropped
dead of apoplexy yesterday at his horn.
:s aat Ninth street. North. He bad
been III with grip for several days.
Mr. Montgomery was born In Scotland
years ago. He was manager of th
John ler Plow Company In Portland
for several years and later conducted a
bank at UoMendale. Waah. He waa a
member ef th Masonic order, tha Odd
fellow and Knights of Pythias.
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fIFIH VICTIM IS DEAD
ANOTHER. ITALIA BICCIMBS TO
raralclaaa Belle Remaining Caaea
, Ar Oat f Danger Goveraaseat
' Isaac Irk Warning.
The fifth Tlctlm of the trichinosis
epldemlo which wept the Italian col
ony this month died at the Good Sa
maritan Hospital yesterdajr. when bll
vlo Cereghlno. a gardener living at
(54 tlvlslon street- succumbed. 1'orK
sausag In which deadly trichina para
sites wer encysted was eaten four
weeks ago by Cereghlno.
There are four others In Portland
suffering from trichinosis. The eases
r. nt thousrht by physicians to t
serious, and It Is believed that the death
yesterday will be the lasi ton w do
i.It.n k tha enldemlc which was be
gun by the sale of Infected meat by a
sausage maker on Union avenue.
A Government warning has just been
Issued against the consumption of raw
pork. This warning points out that
Governmental Investigation haa proved,
that one out of every 71 hogs is In
fected by live trichinae, and one out of
It hogs shows the presence of trlch-lnae-lik
bodies. There Is no longer
microscopical examination of pork In
the Government Inspection.
, "A practical rule for cooking pork
la to cook It until It has Jost Its red
color throughout all portions, or 11 a
trace of this color is sun present, at
least until the fluids of the meat have
become more or less Jellied." the re
FOREIGN TRADE IS HUGE
YEAR'S KXPORTS AND IMPORTS
result. Assistant District Attorney Col
lier did not submit his argument for
The Jury had not returned a verdict
late last night.
Teacher Seeks Old Job.
Mrs. Oren R. Richards, formerly Miss
Maud 1 Marshs whoso demand for re
instatement as a teacher in the schools
of Portland with back salary for the
time she was excluded from teaching
on account of her marriage was sus
tained in the Supreme Court Tuesday,
intends to present herself for work
again when the schools reopen after
the Christmas holidays.
Under the Supreme Court decision
she in entitled to her back salary, and
will -accordingly receive 11350 for one
Members of the School Board and the
Superintendent had little comment to
make on the subject yesterday, regard
ing the matter as finally settled by the
action of the Supreme Court.
Electricity has been used successfully
France for rlpnlTi(?' chew.
Isfrae Woman t rnioa,
REX1A NTWfl BfREAl'. Wash.
Ingto. !. :2 Through IB efforts
of Keprnttlve liawlcy a pension of
a month ba haen granted Mrs,
May T. Moon, of Eugene, widow of
Captaia William a. Moon, of tb Second
Oreoa Volunteers, who srv4 wttn
distinction In th Philippine. Th
(CBstoa U allowed fruia Jua 2. 1H4.
STATE PLANS CHRISTMAS
Tim, Programmes and Holiday JKn-
joynrrnts Being Prrnared.
AI.rf. Or, Pec SJ. (Special.)
Toletld celebration at th slat Insti
tutions promise lo be more thaa usually
successful, with Chrlstmaa trees, spe
cial programme and other holiday en
Jormcnt being prepared.
All of th Institution will bav trees
decoratd with multi-colored light, and
candle and nuts win b distributed In
abundance. Por th past few days
packages have poured Into th differ
ent Institutions from relative of In
mate and patients. On' Chrlstmaa day
the asual holiday dinners will be served.
ftaral Delivery Extended.
x ORKf IONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. Dec SI. Rural free delivery
will b Inaugurated at Republic and
Fhelton. Wash- March I: and an addi
tional rout will be established at
Transact ioaa I
November Aloae Age
Id Arrlvala la
WASHINGTON. Dec SI. Foreign
trade of the United States In Novem
ber Jumped to the unprecedented total
of half a billion dollars. A department
of commerce statement issued today
shows that Imports as well as exports
broke records for the month. A record
of 15.000.000 for the last 15' months'
exports and Imports wa set.
November Imports were f UI.31J.1S9.
more by $11,000,000 than the previous
November record, made In 112. No
vember exports of1 $331.144. 517 were
the greatest of any month In the
country a history. J ne oesi previous
month waa last October, when exports
Twelve months' Imports to Novem
ber 10 aggregated $1.T10.243.2:. against
II. ISM 4i.027 for the preceding year.
Tb year'a exporta wer $3,437,292,
$31 $1,500,000,000 more tiian the pre
ceding year, and nearly $1,000,000,000
more than two yeara ago.
The great amount of gold pouring
Into th United States Is shown in the
statement that $41,000,000 in gold ar
rived In November. Only $T000.000
reached this country In November. 112.
Twelve month' Imports of gold aggre
gated $410.io.JT4, compared with $'.
32.033 In 114.
Auspland Case With .Tory.
The case against Dr. A. A. Auaplund.
charged with manslaughter, growing
out of an alleged criminal operation,
went to th Jury yesterday In Circuit
Judge Kavanaugb's court.
Counsel for the defense waived ar
gument In the case. This was the sur
prise of the day In the court. Aa a
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Nuiol, a tasteless, colorless, and odorless mineral oil,
is the natural treatment for constipation. It acts by
lubricating, not irritating.
Physicians everywhere are discarding the use of violent
purges in favor of the mineral oil treatment which
has the endorsement of the highest medical authorities.
Write for booklet, "The Rational Treatment of
" If vour druesist doesn't keep
V Nujol, we will send a pint bottle prepaid to any
point in the United States on receipt of 75c, money
order or 6tamps.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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