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THE MORNING OREGONIAX. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY S. 191G.
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Store Opens J--5t Store Closes
at 8:30 A. M. 'tft at 5:30 p- M-
Saturdays ftr I XCJvJTf TfVf iCb Saturays
at 9 A. M. at 6 P. M.
Phone: -' Phone:
Marshall 50SO The Most in Value, the Best in Quality A 2112
ACCORD OH TREATY
Pres cents Approval of
Amendment to Pay Colon
fcfa SI 5.000.000 Not Given.
VOTE TIE IN COMMITTEE
"J" liK. Aa!!); Apparent!
tarta-ty ! fr-lla-sew la D-alinZ
With i ae. Mrotvc -(tonn.
rfawala tor Xhrarragwa.
mUTV. r. T As.errvt aaa
"I gtvaiv bt l al-a t Wilsaa
earf rwr-tv-r-it . ef the ikiiait a rm tr
r. m.in. anfiimow!y tn fever of
tm.nil'Ti.n ta- I'vlnnlltll treaty
r:vi-t..t r..i area er t" r-nat fr-
a aa r.'a'lofi. ramm(P.
"aal teeay that a !rac ef-
peobaMy l t m4 la I rt
a'e te f.at to cixici wlr wo-ila
''! te peejae lf4.mn ity to C
-mMe f.r tea partition ef Panama
front 0 t It 1.14. SO M la
r.vi.a c wonting of the .tpraasioa of
Untet.r TbU'iifl. ef relniaMa,
raiiatf en "acr.tary Lan.in; during tb
far anrf waa atr4 tnal II I raai
i.nt hl r o gtv.st h' approval to
!' of the am. nutrients. Lal.r tl
cm knave t-.t Mir J tie fan
wrat f th. ftrelg relations com
mitt. rpfiaa.4 the rBeagee.
Mklkaa ee t arrWe lawxlaral.
A FtepnMlran, Hntor f-nlth. at
Mi' hi ay c mc hi ta an th
t. lf th. fntnmlt rrrta4 lha
imanrfnwBt rt'j-ta lha Ind.mntty by
"I ol g!nt lha amenJr"iit
tut." eaieJ .nate Smtf tocLay. "-
ajae I am eptJ to Eh treaty. I
am opposee! la the tnfte4 fitet.a- pay
lac an dollar to Colombia. Hut van
I u bow rloee tba commute. toow
a lha . la I eenauiareo' Utt Itl. .
a a ti ,t4.e I. a than I :i .
aa4 I reeagaal my tree.. Now I am
Sed ef It. Bacauae J sea tt baa etaxtee)
a row -
Tcmor Vit'or ft on a. rhtiriua
at tha forrtg relation eoaarattt
, -a r - - fl I
JV--V: . ' V : ). v,S- 'V;
A CLOSING OUT SALE OF
Odds and Ends,
Surplus Stocks and.
Broken Lines, at Prices That Permit
of Splendid Savings
... alill.on WITH (.IS GCidDMU APfAlf GAKGWH. WITH PA SMuXUEUS CROWDING RUL, AFTER
ARRIVAL. AT NORFOLK.
isiii ALLIES OFF VIRGINIA
Vular Waraa taaaila rallVa,
!nitDr Firaa roDoaaa to inert that
l"a i.-r ui Iraatr fa ronsidareal la
tha apan hn'a. hot A JmiaUt rutloa
Jra ar p7Ma4 la brabtac p Para-
nf 4aratii Iraaltaa Inj ntra
I v ivnaton. Ta4-T aaaatoa Itormll la-
44 a '.araraaat an tba auejarl
"Mara wa ana fraia aolicy for
m l tn4 ttaiioaa. amt aaolhir
pit-a for aornabat larcr ao4 mora
h':i(.r.iil aattona. ana) a Intra policy
tr a ttrr itraav aft4 .warttU
taa" ha ak4 'far foar 7ara r
aanbipa hava ibattoaad lha capital at
'-mrai a4 for foar rtaf, aar ma
rn baa ha rampao) la ta Whtta
t-roniKla of that aalloa. Nea at
lha en4 of that lima, m ara aklri( to
f-rra a Iraaty wita that into. an4
on! rapraaratati a of Mcarioi la
a railnl prid-l tt lha rpullic
aha 4aa vol raprvaant tha paopla of
kn.u4. bnl iba raa pal Into poaray
ar4 rma:n la paaar br vtrtoa onljr
i4 i!d for aar iitramaL Ta
l.i. authartcy far fcla art I a la ha half
at M-rniM ara tha asariaaa e
mi Raiur tDTt:T ion rmn;
l Xo u:R i.
Oataiaal f .apair It aa
aaa) Thraa t aaaavta Talra Of
aabaarloa) Way RV rwani.
A rirrattl-x realaal la aa amorc tba
mmk.Mt Urr.oi Natioaal tinard.
J a n lar.
CctoDtir A. of thai orfanljatioo.
form4 mora than two yvar ao craw
aotsl two companloa wara forasa4 and
row thoaa two rompaatra ara to iaa
tnat a third roirpnnjr la formad. A prlaa
U to ba awarded to lha company rt
ir tha laoat racrutta.
M'mliri of lha Janlor National
:rd ara ravrsita'l from boa batwaaa
lh- acta of ti and 11 yaar.
In lha racrnt military toamamant
bM at tha Armory, iba aabibilloa
Ki.rn ba tha Jooi"r (iaar w aa loudly
apr!i'lai and many motbara darlarrd
ti.jr had rbaagrd hlr nloda lo
what lha Ntonl Cuard mant. aftrr
tnT had aaaa tha boya dritL
rrdricl iMarhins. arriunt of
Ornpany A. Ii raaponalbla for lha
ra.-rult.ina rontait and aay boy la
trrritad la lei c trc. aithar of lha rom-
paniao raa Irlrphona blra at Wod!awn
2112. fl la alo a mambar af Com
pany T. Prtt National .uard
INQUIRY BOARD APPOINTED
I ar-il;aiioi of Caaadlan Parlla-
mrnl 1 lr t'ndrr Waj.
OTTAWA. Oat. rb- I. It R.
Trtrfta. K. C. and Judsa lartalah, of
Ottawa, bava ba. n aal.rtad rommla.
non.ra to lncttrat" tha fir. which
airoyad tha Canadian larllamat
Th.y wara rhoaao raapartlyaly by tba
rv.ani.r and tha parliarnaatary Uad.r
ef tba oppoaitiaa aad will maka thaiy
in arraazamcata for tha haarinc-
British and French Cruisers
OTHER PRIZES EXPECTED.
Aapam Altowrd lo I .and Coa I al
Nrwport mi for I'ort I'ar-. bat
Mailt f Itrac-nrd lirrmin
Priwarra Xot I'lirU.
XLW Itil'.T NKMH Va.. cb. T Hrll-
Ub ablpaoaalara today r. porta.! that
two alllad rrun.ra ona tlrillab and
lha o'.h.r Fr.nrh ar ratrolllnc th
raut off Iba iralnia Cap.. Mnra
Ih.ra la to probability that tha liar
maa artaa Appam will put lo a. a In Ih
aar futuro. marina mm laka tha pr.a
rnra of tha waryhlpa to moan that tha
altiad Foyarnmanta aipacl olhrr prllaa
rapiurrd by tha myatarteua Oarman
raid.r la ba broucht lo Ilamiloo
t'oilartor Hamilton a!d torvlchl b
had racatv.d pa word from Washlnc
ton renrrninr lha atataa of tha Apnam
or of tha II iMtmim formarly rlTtl
prlaorj.r ef Knland. who rwquaatad
that lhay ba alluwad to land from Iba
Tha Appam today waa allowad to
land t1 lona of real for pert ora.
Ta Cawa A CaM ba Owa Day.
Ta LATTT waoato QtTXtSB Taalala
rvii .ta rtttal aaaaaa tf It l.l a la aara aV
W uauVK a . i.atara W aa aa.a aaa, Oa.
THERE IS A VAST ARMY
rl men ind wemen who mlj netr
know wh it it is to en Jcv sound. vbrJ
in 2 be.':b who would be surprivi to
suvieafr raan that cuuliraUng vitA!;tj
thit robust fceihh fcrirp.
Lateral! thousands ithoct ary pir
ticvLir sickness live in "general de
biury". as the doctors Call it hive
hesdachet. are tired ind indole rent
To 3 such rpl w tar with nnmi.
earnestness -"Tike Scott's
F-couLn on af:er mesU for one month and
aliow its rare oil-food to enrich and en
Lven your tlood. qui, ken your circul
tioa.sttrnulife nutntion. and aid nature
lo d-!op that ml rrMoolr-J life that
taaaaa actnrttT. a-ntoa-mrct. aecaaa."
f"' Emutairttt Va r a Araf. but
rdaa,ant IrwH-tortc frra fjoea aicobol
Cm bnt'Ja mar h' ywq.
Irolafcoi. Wiwnncfd. W-j. U-
ALLEGED SLAYERS HELD
M. O. Marrrn and IX Mai lock In-
dlrirtl at Prndlrton.
-KNtI.KT"V Or. Trh. T. (JnrclaL
Ctiarjaa ef man!aushtar wara fllad
tha Ju.tl'. I'ourt Ihla afternoon
aarainrt n. . Warren and ra blat-
ock. who harr b.n In Ih I mattlla
County )all titira the ihnotlnc of Wan
drri I'htl.ina la.t w.ak.
I hilhra waa ahot on Sunday. January
ja. in a lMlcinahou... with a rarolvar
allrard to hit b..a In M.rran'a handa.
It l anartrd ha and I'hll'.lpa wrt
ictirT'lnj: yrr lha weapon
I'hlKiiMi dird l"t Tuaaday.
ENGINEERS WILLING TO AID
2.O0 Tralnrd Mrn Itrady to Kntrr
Arniy Offlrrra Itcarnre t'orpa.
W A S 1 II N . To X. Feb. .. Civil, ma-
rhanlraL minlr.r and rl.ctrlcal anl
naara today told lha Houae military
tomtnltl.e that .(.ttfO lachnlcaliy
train. d mrn Ira their organization wer
willing to rntrr an Army orflcari' re
Hr rorpi fur National dafaaaa. but
that If lha country waited until war
waa dat-larrd It mlfht ba too lata to
utiilia thrlr a.rvlcaa.
Adoptlon of tha offlcera reaerre corn
f.atura of the Hay reorganisation bill
LONG QUAKE IS RECORDED
Sunday Tremor Apitarrntly 110
Ml Ira Irrrrn St. Ioul.
W.VSHIXOTOX. Teh. ". An earth
quake ikock laatina more than an hour
wa recorded Sunday on lha a.lamo
cfaph of tha ft. Lout I'nlveralty.
Tha main tremor occurred at i.it
P. M. Tha dtaturbance apparently waa
Jl mile from tit. totila.
etfe t that outaWe of radeta appointed
by tha rreatdenl. by tba bcnalora. and
the Keprcaentatlroe. any boy in tha
t'ntted Statea who had the qualifica
tion should be permitted to go to
theee Institution and cat an education
at exact coat.
I am In favor of making" It obliga
tory, not optional, with the Secretary of
War and the Secretary of tha Navy. If
nee-d be. to detail one of these officer.
If wa nave a surptu. to any echooj. col
lee or university that a 111 furnish a
minimum, of 100 boya who will volun
laer to drill."
Kerrtsantatty Krlley. ef Ulrhlitan.
and Kepresentatlre llritten. of Illinois.
Itepubllran. criticised Secretary tan-j
Lis' administration of Ihe Navy. Mr.
Prltten declared that even while Prel-i
d.nt Wilson waa seeklnc lo arouse the'
Nation lo the dancer that surrounded
It. tba department bad taken no step
toaard paadlnaT up construction of the
tl naval veiiel now undrf construc
tion. Tha five-year building programme
uraed. ha said, would be a 10-year pro
tramme In fact, unless such steps wore
Itepraaentative Britten, referring to
a radlocram from AJmlral Fletcher.
conimandlnaT th Atlantic fiect. a copy
of which be had produced In tha naval
commute earlier In tha day. declared
that tba fleet waa now snort nearly
10 men of It enlisted personnel.
!;arAdmiral Ttlue. chief of the Bureau
of Navigation, had told the committee
Ihe fleet had nearly 3id nien above In
alio sd complement In December when
Ihe message waa -en I. The reported
shortagea were In partkulnr ratings,
tha Admiral said, which could bo filled
from lowrr erradea In th fleet Itself.
'DIVORCEE IS SUICIDE
Mrs. Florence Adams Dobson,
Once of Portland, Is Dead.
ILLNESS LEADS TO ACTION
Iiaaglitrr of Ijile Judxr- 1'rnncl
Adams and 1'ornirr Wife of Port
land Mnn Takes iu After
Iifavlnjr Despairing- Note
FLOOD HAVOC PICTURED
ORKGOt OTT ItETTBXS TROW
RIVALS WORK FOR DEFENSE
iri.ipM r-.m -t-r far
reuse whlie the officers w.re good mra
la a general . th.y did not know
anything ahont sanitation or how to
take rare of themsclvee or to show th
men how to take care of themselves.
Wider rape of Tralalaa Fevered.
T.rra though we never have another
war. tba rnoaav spent en educating
Iheaa radat al Wt I'oint and Annapo
lis I not thrown away, within a lim
it -l rurrlruliin they get aa fm an
education ai any eat ef man on th fare
of the earth. In afMltloo to doubling
the number of Lhasa cadeta. If I had tha
Ingenuity. 1 would draft a law to Lb
H. . Meaat Deeevibee Herele
Arllas of Strlrkea Dl.tHet la
Reeelirlag Wee Less.
ORrXJON CITT. Or, Krb. 7. (Spe
cial.) The havoc wrought by the
floods In Southern California waa pic
tured graphically today by Dr. Hugh
8. Mount, of thla city, who has Just re
turned from a two weeks' visit In the
stricken district, Mr. Mount, accom
panied by his wife, their son and Miss
Ijiurna Oanong. of Portland, left early
last month On an automobile- tour
tm southern part of the state. They
arrived Just aa the flood began and
for more than a week wer forced to
lay In fan Diego.
All road a out of Ean Diego were
made Impassable by the storm, and the
riy left San Diego by steamer, go
ing: first to Ban Pedro, where they
boarded a train.
Dr. Mount has praise for the spirit
of the Callfomlan. who are undaunt
ed by the floods. "When we left offi
cials of tha city and county govern
ment were arranging for a 19.000.000
bond Issue to rebuilt roads and dams
and to put the country in the same
condition It waa before the flood," he
said. "They raised llTSnOO by sub
scriptions in the devaetateQ district for
Ihe relief of the poor. They would not
accept one cent from outside communl
ties. Through their energy and their
resourcefulness there waa little suf
fering following the flood, although
wealthy persona ware made poor i
most over night and property damage
totaling million waa done.
"They will never know exactly how
many persona Inst their Uvea In the
flood. Many bodies. It la thought, were
burled In graves dug by tha water.
ALBANY EDITOR WILL WED
, W. Trbaolt to Marry. Miss Ruth
Eddy, of Itoacburc. Tonight.
ItOSEBL'RG. Or, Feb. 7 (Special.)
Announcement waa made here today of
the marriage of Clarence W. Tebault.
ef Albany, and Mia Ruth Eddy, of
Kocburg. The wedding will take place
at tha home of tha brtdea parents. At
torney and Mrs. B. l Eddy, In Kose
burg, tomorrow evening. ,
Mr. Tebault Is city editor of tha Al
bany Urrald. Miss Kddy la a graduate
ef tba Roaeburg High School and for
tha past year has attended Albany College.
settler' Claims Favored.
ORKGONIAN NKWS BfREAU. Wash
ington. Feb. 7. Tha House committee
en claims today favorably reported
llrprea.ntative Mnnolt s bill appropri
ating ist.tli (or the settlement of all
approved claims of Sherman County
c tilers. ,
CHICAGO. Feb. 7. Mr. Florence Ad
ams Lobon. daughter of th lata Judge
Francis Adams, of the Appellate Court,
waa found dead In bed today. Two gas
Jets In the room were open. A letter
siKned with Mrs. Dobson name, ac
cording to the police, expressed de
spondency because of ill health and
ended. "1 long unspeakably for peace-
Following I the letter, addressed to
nr. Herbert Franklin, of Spring Valley
"Pear Doctor With pain and grief
my life has been Intolerable, and I am
too tired and discouraged and too skep
tic of results to make any further ef
forts to act well. I appreciate your
Interest and love, but I am very tired
and long unspeakably for peace. Lov-
It was alleged by Francis Adams. Jr.,
brother of Mrs. Dobson. that Dr. Frank
lin had been the attending physician at
several operations undergone by hi
Mr. .Florence Adams Dobson wsa dl
vorced from her husband. Alfred P.
Dobson. in 1 13. Desertion was the
basis for the suit.
Fhe at one time lived in Portland. Or.
The affection of Mrs. Dobson .for her
parents, which led to her separation
from her husband, because of his re
fusal to live in Chicago, where she
might be near them, was such that her
despondency must have followed their
recent death. In the opinion of Mr. Dob
son. who la a Portland attorney.
Judge Adams, the father, died In Jan
uary, and the mother passed away less
than a year ago.
Mr. Dobson met the woman who later
became his wife In Chicago and mar
rled her In 1906. They came to Port
land to live and he became established
In this city. After enree weeks of
wedded life, she became homesick for
Chicago and her parents, with whom
she hod always lived, being; an only
Her husband agreed that It would be
well for her to go back for a visit. She
did not care to come back to Portland
and be did not wish to go to Chicago.
That waa tha real cause of divorce, said
Mr. Dobson yesterday. He had a letter
from his wife's brother In which that
waa cited as the sole cause of disagreement,
Redactions in the
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Underwear, best $1.00 QQq
Men's Gray Wool
grade, priced at...
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Men's Gray Buff Underwear, best $1.50 (J- Of-
grade, priced at ipAeOO
Men's Gray Wool Underwear, best $1.75 J" ACk
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Flannel Gowns, 75c grade, (fc
flannel Gowns, 75c grade, CjEj
Men's Outing Flannel Gowns, 85c
Men's Shaker-knit White Ruff neck
Sweaters, $3.50 grade, priced at
Unsurpassed Qualities and Values
Women's and Misses' Footwear
Economy and dependability are united at this sale of Women's and Children's
Winter-weight Footwear these three special offerings:
Women's Shoes in Val
ues to $3.50
at, Pair. .
Both button and Elucher lace
styles in patent, pucmetal and
vici kid leathers; most all sizes
and widths; qualities regularly
sold up to $3.50 a QQ
pair, choice at...... .? S0
Boys' High-Cut Shoes in
$3.50 Quality tfco qt
at, Pair. $.0
The best Winter styles in Boys'
High-cut Shoes with 12-inch top
and heavy leather sole; all leather
insoles and counter; lines regularly
sold up to $3.50, with
25c can of "Dri-foof,
Children's Jockey Boots
in Values to 1 07
$2.25, at, Pair. P 1 .0
Styles with eight-inch top in pat
ent and gunmetal leathers they
come with patent cuff and silk tas
sel all sizes in values J - Q7
to $2.25, on special sale P 1 3
been ordered by his physician to take
a five-weeks" rest. He Is suffering
from exhaustion due to his activities of
the liuit four years.
JOHN D. GOES TO GEORGIA
Oil King do Spend Rest of Winter
Vndcr Southern Skies.
TARRVTOWS, X. T.. Feb. 7. John
D. Rockefeller left his home at Po
cantico Hills early today for Jekyl
Island. Ga.., where he will spend the
rest of the Winter.
Mr. Rockefeller will slay over night
with bis son. John D. Rockefeller. Jr..
in .New lorn City, and will start on
his southern trip tomorrow.
ther Burbank Company, formed three
years ago to sell Burbank's products,
filed a' voluntary petition in bank
ruptcy today. Assets were given as
$105,559 and liabilities as $73,373.
Luther Burbank filed suit against the
company December 29, 1915, to collect
$775 on two notes given him.
liiillirr Ilurlmnk Company Bankrupt
PAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 7. The Lu-
IT DOES KOT COOK STRINGY
MAKES THE CHEESE OMELET
T. S. Townsend Creamery Co.
Wholesale Distributers for
Oregon and S. W. Washington.
Kir Kdward Carson to Rest. I Indigestion. Ofiepackage
I proves it 25c at all druggists.
IXJ.VDON, Feb. 8. 61r Kdward Ca
son. formerly Attorney-oenera
MABEL N0RMAND - FATTY ARBUCKLE
si ii it inainaj I. 'J -aw -i -f i i list. 7 i.ii
s - 5
v . ' -' :
aa That Faany Key-
20O0 Feet ef 3Ton
' aense Jast to Make
. ' i Yea LaKh.
A New Ceartesy Tea Served Dally la the Ladles Reese From 3 to S.
ORRINJOHNSOIin THE PRICE of POWER
' A Draaaa lha fa Different It's a Triangle.
f-i xf V T T TTVDI A THE THEATER DIFFERENT
KIJLa J IVlOlafaV 6TH AND WASHINGTON
f - X
Direct to Washington
The Baltimore & Ohio is the shortest route and
the only line operating compartment 'and obser
vation sleeping cars between Chicago and New
York via Pittsburgh and Washington.
Liberal stopovers at the nation's capital en route
to or from Baltimore, Philadelphia or New York;
to or from Florida and Cuba.
Ask the agent for information as to low round trip fares.
Four splendid all-steel through trains from
Chicago to Washington and New York daily
The Inter-State Special 10:45 s. m.
The New York Limited 5:45 p. m
Tha Waahingtoa-New York Express 8:25 a. m.
The New York Express 9:00 p. m.
All train leave Grand Central Station, Chicsgo, snd leave
63d Street Station 25 minutes later.
D. L. MELVILLE, Traveling Passenger Agent,
2n8 Transportation Bldg, Seattle, Wash.
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643 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal.
Baltimore & Ohio
"Our PuasnaiN Arm Our Oummtm"
Atlanu li in.
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ARE FREE FROM THE SPECKS AND
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SO COMMON TO OTHER BRANDS
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