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lJIU.MOUNI.VG .OKEGOXIAN, THURSDAY,, JANUARY 13, 1016.
HEAVIEST SNOWFALL IN TEARS MAKES THOUSANDS OF PORTLANDERS SLIP AND SHIVER.
CAN'T FIND DANDRUFF
Every bit o dandruff disappears aftef
one or two applications of Danderin.
rubbed well into the scalp with the fln
ger tips. Get a 25-cent bottle of Dart,
derine at any drug store and save youi
hair. After a few applications you can
And a particle of dandruff or any rail
ing hair, and the scalp will never itcB
LOOK ATCHID'S :
TONGUE IF SICK, ":
DANGERS -OF FIRES
Blazt Drives 11 Lodgers Into
Snow and Three Firemen
Suffer From Cold.
RESCUER DROPS 15 FEET
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aiall .9 eU e eaj 4t. tarfatlinaT
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aaba,tee) ItYM HIV- kee4)
-!! .apart I sseet Ik aaa-aaal
minim r a ills '. a Letts .
"1 a k4 itia.- eeatiaaed
alatn.t aal af ee'Vlaa II !
Ilt H-aa. (naf f lha ka'.
e.eea l"l f re aa a- f ar a, M4 I
aiiaoar 'r.t ere ae-ra la Ik
Ua.a at k.
-rrt!ae eeele . ta
.-uu. Ta a .! Ik -
a with '. a ehlasaay fife '
a i. ka easfisaae lara la aa i
Ta aepeaat ea mH4 la
aa If It we., a fa. aala.Ma tk
aie.l sever !, wall tl
-ii-:a ta o a ' Hfa avar '
-fa Raaa ritr aa4 Laralaa
Kara a'a 4rift lfs a faar t"
laal aa tallJ (tl'r aa4
r.'f. ana ll aa:4 coao.lIy
'ark l&a (! afaarataa.
rika llaaa) Am
Ka aa4 aT fr fta ti
f t aaoa lit; tii IKal
a la .( a f4Jat fira mnh o4
iIkm a (( laa Clara. tn
tpaa la taa aaaaasaal ara rloaa
ijunal llta talilat. ctr ll.rn
IMal4 ar i ka'ara flrl" aa
-M4 a t laaar at pip-a avlta
kloar lariaaa ar tUawa t aa kot
n. A. tlaasaa. at t:i BraaKta-air.
a.iarlaak) la IKaar Ml IRa (ip-a la
laa laaaaal at I laataraUa avara-
laar i'k a kloar ioa. M lhaaa4 la
iaa kl fc''a4 aa IHa kaaaa. II
aaa aa4 S W ll.. avaax. Th
luaa a aa na'a I laa Ittaa.
ra Ortaaa Oat laaa laii
4a aaraata4 flraa.-a at 131 X"M!
ialaaala at.-aat al t A M- 1
a.r aaaralaa aaiaacra4 lha tl
It awaaata at I aadajiar-aao caa.
I Wr liartra la Iaf, drlr-
la tkaa all lata a altn4a
'ar- la Ihalr aara f I aaval
llwrna. anal raaamaT f Nsaa.
.! I Ma nra Ikraa f)'aa ara
aa.tk.4 a watar tk Iha tantaara-
lira ka'a fraaalaaT. aa'lT all (
tlaaw sffarati attafalf frcan rat4.
I .taa' l n-rrai4L Ha aa taa raar
taa IMH fi aitk tf a4
T.ar-al l aaaka la final all aa-
tana rat aff II faaabra4 a la44r
!!.' a ka4 aaa4 la amlar aaaaral
nata ara rarka4 aal. an4 rar
rta. 4aaM- al ar IKa rf
aa.l 4aaa U J t- la af.tr Kal IMa
li fa" Itata a ka aa ft'ralaf k ia
,f. 4wa. aal kn fall f.al la
laa innai rl aal. ta a!it rlolkaa
A aa f maar Ikatr fall. aa4
arara4 aarlaaa tnjary. rlolk ara
riaaa kit Caa a llaaa.
iota Kaiaafci. Haiaat la Ika at''.
f'tn.f kta aria-4 iar fraaaa a aa altk
' kaaHkar-Klrf aaar kta aaaia,
r..ill u war Ikraacl Ika aaaaka
iiaa laa 'tM mt ara.
Xt'laa llai-rta. aaarraaaa kr laala
at taua f tw waa Naaaa aakaa rarrtaal
-it t M . T' kar. at Hlt.aih 4
! afpt, ka ka4 taalM la Ika
(.-fa il It ara k aaa kaaaa
l.pr t DurlMua Ikllllaaa Clark
at I'nfla .IM'aaa aafa aaa( Ika
tipa t araaa altk mt N tr kal
taair rfvra. Haaina all aaraaaal rfa la
faaar aa4 a aaiall aaaaal at
rurnia- Troa fbra awaaraalra ra
a"nr"4 la I A ia ataraa.
a'.'.rtna ri'ia raaakiaa4 a
kaaaa fa la IMa Itraafa raaa4 1 1'4
la al J!l ) afaaal al T la aaat.r.
fr la aa artia rtra Ikal kara4 aff
Ina fta at tka FarC.
Ta--k .Va J " la in- iaa
I r-a'tiv B4 Wla H'a.la la fa-
arM4a ta t" tlra aa4 I arrUaal
a Irrrifar ar4al la Ika at ra .
lataaa fira 4a ta aaarkaallaal f
Ha rh'ainr 41 anliaar 4araaata al 1l
J.na .'fa. I. al I t a'rlavk aaalrfataf
ui-rw a a
S0W DRIVES DEER OUT
l;s firmer fT I ool.
Vu Ri ti l.airt. f 4r
4fa t-l1- fl'4 4 It I ltn.
Itk. nf fU-ai vB(fff UftP-ff
taUnrVa.t of ! tk f
t. - -! or ik ti Ht. tl-r r
tlff tri4r rpt 111 lh -kPlm,,!
a. 'a mTw " W 1 1 - Ik t ' f at, of
"ft lkP4 W t ' T- ffa l fttf
ri t --. i t Ilk
r a.) Ia -f IK !-' h a-Mt t ! I A I
tpkT I mM mor pf th tairm
"irn4l IBt ! 4 t f r f'-M t :.
BULL RUN INTAKE CLOGS
r I arr rf Mrat Kl4 tlataa Rrrak
la !- to lt W alT I hra.
t ra-1'alraa laa raaaaat Uaaf at a
taa f..fv at a. a al taa tt4l flaa
ha4aa-ka . ka lalaka la I ha
a ftt.r avatafta op-a an4 t aalar VW
h tM-aJak t a kl tra-latu ta lrt
ian-1 a. ur4na ta a4 K a frvaa Ika
Tl akra la r.?"M4 t-a ka !'iil
tKa aatar akthoat aaa'lintf Aa II
lrlM II fra-ara aaui naaa lav roa
I'ntaa w la a aa a I a Ira MMia4a4 au
II r . . "U-V k H a, lav . j, . L 5 .M
FUEL FAMINE HEAR
Dealers Are Swamped and De-
liver Under Difficulties.
WOOD SHIPMENTS BLOCKED
Hatw Trarka a aal Traaaa Work All
Metal La-ala rart Ordrr ta
Tlda frrr Caul Ilr-raUr
rartlaM (araa a f ua famlaa d. If
Ika araaaal waatfcar caallaar. .Ia
taataaa a HI ka aartoaa. car 4-alara
i ika ritr. fca ara a-aaiaa4 tor
aara akaaal auk aaflllaal ar4.ra. Par-
In a Ika aaal Ikraa tall orUara kara
ra Ikaa 4 j-abl.4. kal Ika antra? Baa
4a 4alirartaa alaaaat Imaoaaihlfl.
raraiara ara anaa'a la cat Ika tarl
ral la Ika avlt la HiBptic aomia.
arrlla at real ara abort with
r aaaiara. Taa Wlnlar. aar
4aaaara. kaa kaaa aaa at lb atoat
vara l ' I roam furl taivlpalnt.
lhoaaa4 a aa tock.4 aa la ma
rail for Ik aiira wlalar fio4 litair
liar ampa r alrvadr. af4 ara taint
la aal avora foaL
vooa 4aalr ka4 taam werklnar an
taat aickl la aa affort to avppl karry
rail tiar immadaaia naaq. aaa avara
caMaaaaiaa pant aal I art mcht motor
raraa road'4 with ahorl oot. colnc
reaa koaaa la koaa a Ilk portion of
aiaud anrrirlaal la la I a 4ar. or aotll
malar 4.llrta ara mad.
Wa4a4 Ara attartaa.
Ith a kortaa at fual alarm lha
ritr la Ik far. kaa4r4 of familial
ara aoffafia lalanaalr from Ik roio.
faanlllaa afco aarvr vafor ha f'lt lb
aanca of povartr. arcordlnc la klra.
.Ala O. liaUaia axir-arintaad.nl af in
protactiaa 4irtatoa of Ik riir
aapartaaanl af pub Ik? aafvlr. whoa da-
par t ana n I la ro-oaarallac vltk lha Ao-
ata4 Charlti, Ik rounlr ?nf or-
caaualKa aaa lha Mala. Parlnr lha
I aaak Ik Mat lata t.mporarur
aitbdraaa from Ika flald af raiirf. and
aa otkar orcaniialloBa ara laird lo
raparlir la band la tb laflai or -
Tka aacala aaffarlnc ara Ihoaa hld-
aa aara and ana kara ta ha aaarrhad
al." daUrad Mr. Iialdaln yaai.rday
ftartaooa. "Ta ara paopl llrlnc on
tha ad af lb clir Mta aol kaoaj
atbarh aar la la' for k.:p. rn
oald arida p rani I.
Mlaa ' M.rar. actlnaT aarraiary
of Ik Aaaarlalad tTiartllaa. a or
rail tor wood darles lha paal faw
lata, aaa ay af whlrb cannot ka flllrd.
Iialaraar Iba dar kafora IT load
waat aal from la la or Tlra. attal B7
i4) kacia la fill ika ordar.
Uatra t aarllr M aaa para.
Ta wood rompaaiaa aa kaaa lab
( rara at aiat pa' laaaiiiaa, eai
ka waalhar at taa aaat faw 4ar ba
a a a an-p-4 Ikam with ordar and o
l4arad tkalr dallaaraaa Ikal lha char
Hp worb flnda a amallar plara.
la fladlac wood f-r a dratltsla fan-
fr la tl. J.aaa raatardar. la wkark lha
blld a aa bora thraa tail Ita.
Mra. tlaldata waa oallad la call aaaaa
4 raraaa arfor. on woald laba
ardar. Ihouch U wood la la
a paid tor.
Taa anoar ka kaorkaat Ika tua-1 haul.
aaa. In lha h-ad." waa Ik. a d-.l-
ar a praaa.4 II taat.rtal. tor w ran I
aaka dri'variaa. II lakaa lour atlra
a". aa ad la itr ar a la band: aa
ara.' art load.
Taa " af wood mar rtaa wlthlnl
ka aat f.w aa a. al'boaisb daalara
attb laraa rarda aroajl thla I4ra. vra
aalar la l"ctlad a44ad a dollar a
or 4 i ha prw prdardar. rharcinc
ira fr th addad) coat af dallaarr la
Snow Storm Ply a Join
BIT W r FX ha araCr man. tha po
lar f aav aal lha proprty oar a
ara a yka waa pta la. cfT a fVrt
laad yaa'ardar All aarmad la fcara
aaK. K a trad parka p ika podaa
IraaL nk Ih anow Ham of th nlahl
barora. lha pnltr draadad aolns out
t.atrruar mo'nlna. for Ihry wara !
p..ad ta aotify rary rropany ownr
who walk waa not ctaaaad of itio.
aaat aa t II laat It waa r: aar ad. It
avatl a tramaadoaa Job fr In pa
llca. Hut Ika city ordlaanca proradaa that
Ika walk data aol haa la b awapl
rlaar anla It atop anowlna for aa
It rti-lo'l tp- No an w baliriad.
an 4 Ih r-o worrlad-
Iowatowa. haworrr. lha walk wara
kpl auit rlaar. da.pita tha contlo
aal fall- Ih polara raporladL
-f II had aloppad lha offa-ar Bar
cou'd bara aot all Ih way around."
roafidad ro.ka Captain Moor, after.
II bad another Joke, lata yetr
a aftrnoon. thla on wbaa tha of
f.rar rapocted at th cloa of day.
-AH "a raw aay ar-erlallT H drlfta
roea forward aftrr roll r:i." ba aa
KtarT patrolman aleppa) far-ward
At-" f Lka k.4. oca rcara'Ud aa
ftaror f jaarllaad Mallwar.
Ikaaaiir af tk awaa with tb kaar!."
M a riltl Asalaal
a drift thraa or four f aal dp at Di
vision aod rortr.aoad atraat. a drift
Iwa f aal daap al Irjr and Iraamoot:
aaothcr inrk drift at t'nlon and Aina
worth, and A aaowdrifl four and a
half ft dap at tna Koaa City Iark
A pcarirnaa u h d at Twntr-
Ichfb and tutndr road for two hour
waitlna for ora maana of trar.rpor
latloa. r port ad ana officer. Tha Jlt
ara wr r a blacalnc la Ih popla of
Koaa City rrk .trJy. aaJd an
otnar. for thay trald wba tha tract
"II hpt tna bur aiartlnc, motor
mm." rr port ad I'atrolmaa ' LIU,
-f.vary machlna that alartad would
rhura Iba no for a while. I'd hav
ta rt bahIDd ami puab. and than It
Hut I'atrolmaB Murray had thla tor?
bra I an.
-If I had only had a motion plrtura
machlna." ha wallad. "Hi achool ma'm
en lbir way lo lha Koaa City achool
war oa a air! car that sol atuck.
ad tha had ta walk about half a
mil. Ton ahould bar n thm fihl
ln thalr way acalnrt that wind. Than
two of lham loot lhlr bala and away
lhr want throuab lha anow drift,
rkaaina thoo hal. It would hav bean
a groat tnovmax plclur Kam
COLD TAKES FIRST LIFE
a. m. ti.i:i.mi drops r.intriTi:D
AD DIM AT HOinTtL
atrial ear. Loaded aallb Taa
J., Traeh aad tea. bra lata
Carh. bat a Ara Mart.
Tha flrat victim of tha prnt cold
waa la Portland waa Audrey It- f
Clellon. of W Kat Tw.nly-nlnth
lrU Uaa An.U. CaJ, who died In
lha nercacy bopltal at lha pollca
,.. a IUn j a-a a . - . a al W
lpara la hi. pork.t mdicat.d that
b. b.d b a mora than a u"r
ar. althoueh. a !. no reply haa born
e...ad to ieleraphd Inquirl.a to
lie walked Into a former aalooa on
-. . .nd dropped exhausted
-. Ia ariee BdOL
A .treetrar. loaded with paaa-narr.
a. tha Mwiippi- """J.T'Tn.
th irarb. al an iceboand ''
corner of William areou ana nroau-
la, .1 II ,'.' M'7KOOB "1
.hot clear of Ih. track. Ih ,"
trurk. jumplnc tb curb onlo th ald-
" No on, nil Injured and llltla d.m
TTaffar waa tied up at Ihl point for
.i.Hiai but lha car waa motaa
cirar of lha tr.rk I. .How other .tree,.,
r.ra la paaa. Tha wrecklna departmoM
bad lb. car on tha track wllhla Jl
H. H. RIDDELL TRIAL TODAY
Orrroa I a land nrfdcypme-al Cota
taany Src-mary I nor Char'.
Cer of lha concern.
found aunty oi
already na -....i.heri br
Ilka chara. ana oa - "
tTirr oi " - .
r.rrahaaa C.Tan Inatalla Offlicr-r.
C.Rrl VM. Or. J.n. IS--"-'""-Th
followmtj offlr.r were Installed
J, a meet.na of Ike r.re.ham Ur.nar.
"id la.t aiard.: Maa.ar. Mr. J. It.
i.rar.auch: o.rar. rrank lloda.
fee.;"". v k. --rzh"
Alberta AH".- -a-.m'
Metiaar; altnt lward. K. T ll-i-
chaplain. Mr F. W. Volbr--rht.
.tekev.r. J. It- r.anauah: cer.a
jj,. y K. Wainna: Pomona. Mm Laura
pi Klor. Mr. Roy Krn; o'aanut.
jlra. Frd r"lldhou: lady aaal.tanl
teaard. Mr. A. RueaaT- J- J- Johnpon
arted In.tklUnB Offlrar. Ualltai by
it,. LL U. fl. a -aatakal.
II II. fttdrl.ll. .erretarr of tha Or
r"l. a. w. aa..t oraaldeni. and J. T. Con-
v rana - .
m.nt Company, whlon w-a """
Portland durma Ih. rail of '
Indinrd on charae. of ml-a of th.
-ii. ta thai orchard Irarla. whl.h
iVl!i an arra. t.rm. Ill dowa and II
a ". m..nre..n,.d l. Pur-
wr aot I ta aaiwa a
i Artlaav 131
la tk Ul
8000 PUPILS ABSENT
Snow Storm Interferes With
Operation of Schools.
LOWER GRADES OUT EARLY
Sis Clone for Day Ifecaase of Lack
of ProprV llratlna; Kncilltiea and
Children Are to RetnaJn Away
TIU Storm Aba tea.
Approximately 1000 pupil, moatly
from tha primary grades, were absent
from their usual places when the morn
Ina session af tha Portland schools
beaan yesterday. The heavy snow that
fall lo a record depth, and tha wind
that accompanied the snnw In the un
sheltered parts of Fortland. made it
not only extremely hard, but quite dan.
aeroua for th small children to make
tb attempt to art lo school.
Wnea tha storm showed no abate
ment an ordar was Issued from the
office of the city superintendent of
cbools that all primary grades ba dls
nlnaa early la tha afternoon.
Nona of. tha primary pupils or the
primary loacher will appear at school
TUG anew was hard for th old
fashioned hors as well as for tha
school boy and tha traffic "cop." aod
as a result motor trucks were about aa
busy yesterday as th shovel and tha
Many Portland firms were compelled
la take off their hors delivery wagons
and recruit motor vehicles because
horae couldn't mak any headway.
Un Kef ore noon tba Multnomah Box
A Lumber Company waa compelled to
take off Ita laat team and substitute
a motor truck.
home of ih pleasure cars bad con
siderable difficulty In cutting throuah
Ih. streets, but a a general rule the
automobile, particularly tha encloaAl
car. waa tha most souaht-after means
of conveyance In lha city.
Perhaps the bravest motorist in Port
land was II. H. lEodebaugh. who drova
Mitchell. car out for a trip over the
Columbia River Highway to get pic
turas of that famous thoroughfare ID
Ita pearlr whit. robe.
Milk Tna pact or Ptayner got out early
yeatrrday and collected a number of
sample of milk from milkmen oa their
routes. When be showed up at the
city Hall after riding about for an
hour In his automobile the milk had
frozen and forced columns of lo up
ona and two Inches. The column of
frosen milk waa topped off by th milk
Cllr "Attorney LaRoche. said that
soma o: pi youngsters put cups of
ml'.k out and let It freeze, then put
in soma sugar and flavoring and had a
good grade of Ice cream.
Bunnrsfrla Women- Christian Tem
perance Union will meet today at :I0
o'clock with Mrs. K. R. Msrtln. 2
tUst Thirty-fourth atreet.
a a a
T th unemployed th Portland Rail
way. Urht A power tompinr owea
part of It success In keeping streetcar
service open during ina rusn nour
yest ardar. At o'clock yesterday the
company called commissioner man
and asked if be could una a or i
men. He got in touch at onra wun me
municipal lodging-nous and within
leas thaa an hour 51 men wer on their
war In various parts of the city to
clear tha staretcar tracks. They wer
kept busy all day.
ft. TV. Pickard. chief clerk in the
traffic department of the North Bank
Railroad waa determined to get borne
laat nlsht. despite the fart that street
car traffic to his nelahborhood was
suspended- He lives In Woodstock, and
waa Informed by his wue. over ine
telephone early In tb afternoon that
If he wanted to get horn h would hae
to walk. So be prepared lo walk. He
equlped himself with a pair of laagers'
hi.h-loivcd, shoes, a pair of corduroy
Prdratrtaa Trarrl u Dlfflralt Dc.
t Traffic r-aUrramaa at rtftk aad
today, their attendance not being- ex
pected until there Is a moderation In
Six s boils were closed early in the
day owinf. to insufficient beating facill
ties. They were Hoffma'i. Woodstock
Ulencoe. Cepltoi Hill. Gregory Heights
and Ockley Green. Tha enrollment In
those six school approximates 2000
Principal Miller, of the Mount Tabor
School, organized his pupils Into squads
of IS each and started ihem homeward
early In the afternoon. Each of the
squads saw that ail of its members ar
rived home safely.
Moat of the schools In the downtown
district had good attendance percent
ages and many of those on the out
skirts of the city were almost entirely
deserted, the wind being particularly
felt In Monlavllls. and Mount Tabor.
In Alameda Park, where 46 pupils
sra registered In one of the city
schools, there were but six pupils who
responded to tha call for the morning
session. Arleta reported that 40 per
cent of the school's registration of 750
pupils hsd not been able to get to
school. Half of the 700 pupils enrolled
al the Clinton Kelly School were re.
sorted absent and other outlying dls.
trict reported similar results of the
storm. Ten of the 46 pupils at Fulton
Park SDDeared yesterday.
At the Albina Homestead School not
only were there approximately 100
pupils absent from a total enrollment
of 110. but four of the regular teachers
were unartle to get to scnoou
Inability to heat part of the Creston
School sufficiently resulted: in mi ois
missal of the commercial classes at
tending; the Franklin High School.
The following schools reported the fol.
lowlnar number of absences: Allen. 46
Buckmsn. 100: Chapman. S2; Couch.
77: Creston. 100: Fulton Park. 10: Hoi
laday. 100; Jefferson High. 400; Ladd.
250: Lents. 125: Linnton, 75; Ports
mouth. 175: Falling. 44.
trousers, a.macklnaw coat and a fur
can. Ha rode on the car aa far as be
could and then started to walk. At
last accounts he was still , walking,
An East Side couple went to a party
Tuesday night in their automobile. By
the time the party broka up the snow
had drifted around the machine so deep
that they could not get started, so they
stayed with their hosts all night. They
finally dug the car out late yester-
day morning. The couple got home in
tha early afternoon.
K. Z. Ferguson, of the Alameda In
vestment Company, say a it's no easy
thing to accomplish these days to go
lo card parties in a nice snowfall and
find, when the prise Is won. that there
Is a fierce storm on and your automo
bile la frozen up so tightly' that you
have to pour kettles upon kettles of
hot water Into her pipes. It waa In a
blinding enowstorm that Mr. and Mrs.
K. z. Ferguson wended their wsy
homeward to The Alameda about mid
night Tuesdsy night, and It was any
thing but an easy Job keeping the
street as the auto plowed through
drifts upon drifts of snow tha like of
which th driver had not seen before
In Oregon. "WhsCs this country a-
comln" too?" asked Mr. Ferguson. At
last reports he reached home safely.
Almost every Tortlandcr was sur
prised yesterday to get a mail deliv
ery, and many a postman receivea
words of welcome and best wlhnes the
Ilk. of which he hadn't heard since
Som Irvlngton resident rode in the
street cars yesterday, borne otners
walkrr. More waited for street cars;
but no one rode in jitneys, for none
run out to the Irvlngrton district- fcorae
car went part way. and others trans
ferred their passengers snd turned
about for town and left more Irvlng-
mn resident waiting on tne street
comers, particularly those at the end
of the Una. .
Th snow kept th telephone com
panies' linemen busy.
Chilly conditiona on the river for the
past few days and the snow of yes
terday brouaht about an innovation
aboard the Harbor Patrol launch, there
having been a nifty oil heater installed
in the cockpit, so Harbormaster Speler
can make nia aauy inspection inpi
through tha harbor wiuiout having to
walk the docK to Keep warm, uinvai
curtains rigged aft are far from being
nroof aaainst chill winds, but with tba
heater working within, the cold is not
Carefully picking their way along In
front of The Oregonian building an
Eastern tourist and Mrs. Eastern Tour
ist suddenly slipped and, still clinging
-vay- - A jr.
V ... '4.1 1
together, fell with resounding thuds to
the snow-covered pavement. As the
Eastern Tourist helped his better half
to her feet he said forcibly, if inele
gantly: "'City of Roses! Hell!' that's a
good slogan for your old Rose Fes
a a a
Last week a snowfall descended on
Pendleton and two of its fairest society
matrons decided, since Florida and Los
Anereles are too far away, to drop over
to Portland to get away from the snow
and cold and general discomforts at-
' tendant on such weather. So Mrs.
Charles H. Carter and Mrs. Roy Alex
ander hied themselves to Portland, ar.
riving yester&ay in the middle of our
pleasant day. "Next time we ll pick
Alaska," said Mrs. Carter.
' a a
A deviation from the accustomed
path of domesticity was nearly in
duced yesterday by the snowfall that'
half paralyzed the car trail ic. parti
cularly in the outer districts of the city.
A young man, evidently married for
some time, looked through his office
window at the deepening snow.
"Well," he ventured to a companion,
"if the snow gets too deep so that 1
can't get home I'll make a night of it."
And the smile of expectancy lit his
"What!" said his companion, "in a
The smile waned from the face of
the young business man as he visualized
th tramp through the wind and snow,
home, that was preferable to a night in
town without the wine. etc.
JITNEY FIGHT GOES ON
OFFER IS MADE COUNCIL IX AT
TEMPT TO END LITIGATION.
Agreement Saggested If Overloading
aad Stop Regralatloa Previsions
Be Left Oat.
If the City Council will eliminate
from the Jitney regulation ordinance
the provision prohibiting overloading
and the provision requiring the ma.
chines to stop only on the near side of
crossings, the Jitney interests will
withdraw opposition and stop litigation
against the ordinance. This was the
proposition put up to the Council yes
terday by an attorney repreaehting the
Jitney union. He said the Jitneys want
ed to escape litigation, but would have
to take legal steps unless the Council
modified the ordinance. .
"Let them litigate until they get it
out of their system," said City Attorney
LaRoche. "As a matter of fact they
have been beaten at every angle of
legal proceedings and have no chance
for the future. They appealed to the
voters and were beaten and they have
gone through to the State Supreme
Court and have been beaten. As to a
proposed appeal to the United Statea
Supreme Court I don't think we have
anything to fear."
The Council took no action on the
proposition made by the jitneys. The
ordinance will become effective Janu
ary IT. at which time it is proposed to
enforce all its provisions.
The Jitney officials explained that
they want the right to let passengers
ride on the running board or any other
part of the Jitneys if they wish.
JUDGE LANGGUTH HAPPY
Council Gets Thanks for Position
. Offered tnsolicited.
Arthur Langgutll. who was appointed
Municipal Judge several days ago, ap
nejreJ before the City Council yester
day to express his thanks to the Coun
cil for his position which he said was
all the more appreciated by reason of
its having been given witnout soiicita-
I am going to administer the posi
tion without fear or favor." he said. "I
Hurry, Mother! Remove Poison
From Little btomacn,
Give "California Syrup of Figs
at Once it uious or ..
Constipated. ' v
Look at the tongue, mother! If coat
ed, it is a sure sign that your little I
one's stomach, liver and bowels need aj
eentle. thorough cleansing at once.
Wben peevish, cross, listless, pale, i
doesn't sleep, doesn t eat or act natu
rally or is feverish, stomach sour.
breath bad; has stomach-ache, sore
throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a
teaspoonful of "California Syrup ot
Figs," and in a few hours all the foul,
constipated waste, 'Undigested food and.
sour bile gently moves out of the little 1
bowels without griping, and you have
a well, playful child again.
You needn't coax sick children to take
this harmless "fruit laxative;" they
love its delicious taste, and it always
makes them feel splendid.
Ask your druggist for a BO-cent bottle
of "California Syrup of Figs." which
has directions for babies, children of all
ages and for grown-ups plainly on tne
bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here.
To be sure you get the geauine, ask to
see that it is made by "California Fig '
Syrup Company." Refuse any other
kind with contempt.
Also Blotches. So Severe Irrita
ted Parts by Scratching. Very
Annoying. In Six Months
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"I hsd a case of sldn trouble that was
pretty bad. It came out in pimples and
sort of blotches and would itch and bum
and cause me to awake in
the night. The Itching and
burning were so severe that
I irritated the affected parts
by scratching. They were
principally on my face and
were very annoying.
"After so many speaking
favorably of CutlCUra SosD
and Ointment I decided to try them, l
noticed great relief after having rjed a
quarter of a box of Cuticura Ointment
together with the Soap and In nearly six
months I was healed." (Signed) Leandar
8. Corey. 209 Lafayette Blvd.. Detroit,
Mich.. Sept. 1. 1915.
Sample Each Free by Mail
With 32-p. Sldn Book on request. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura. Dept. T. Boa
ton.'' sold throughout tba world.
am under obligations to no one, not
even to members ot tne tuy council
and therefore I feel that I am entirely
tianrila tha nnallinn without
partiality to any one. I realize that it
will be nara ior a man lo matte
showing after the success of Judge
Stevenson but I will do my best.
AT ONCE! STOPS
Instant Relief From Sourness,
Gas, Heartburn. Acidity,
Tape's Diapepsin Is Quickest
and Surest Stomach Ke
Wonder what upset your stomach
which portion of the food did the dam
agedo you? Well, don't bother. If
your stomach is in a revolt: if sour,
gassy and upset, and what you Just
ate has fermented into stubborn lumps;
head dizzy and aches; belch gases
and acids and eructate undigested
food; breath .foul, tongue coated Just
take a little Papa's Diapepsin and in
aa miniiia. vau wonder what became
of the indigestion and distress.
Millions ot men ana rum muJ
know that tt is needless to have a bad
. . a i;ti. nlanan.ln snraatnn.
siomaciu n. . -
ally keeps this delicate organ regulated
and they eat tneir utuhw vua .ku
out fear. ... .
-a .'.ins.li .InAsn t t.Ka ear of
your liberal limit without rebellion:
tf your iooa is a. uie.ej .o.oa.
help remember the quickest, surest,
. i . - . relief la Pane's nia-
roosi naiuc . .r : .
pepsin which costs only B0 cents for
a large case at musoivic. ta nuu
wonderful it digests food and sets
that it is really astonishing. Please,
lor your sane, . ev " wn
a week, disordered stomach; if so