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4 THE MOUSING OnEGOXIAX. TUESDAY. -FEBRUARY 8, 1916. .
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RlIX WROUGHT BY SILVER THAW IN PEINE ORCHARDS OF
LIMIT PUT ON GRANT
LAND FOR RESERVES
Get 50 Stamps and Frame That Pic
ture This Week-Cut Out This Coupon
Bring This Coupon
50 Extra Stamps given
with every framing
order of $1.00 pr over
in our Art Section, 2d
Floor, All This Week.
UP; 3 MEN KILLED
We are rearrang
ing our Gift and
have placed on sale
a large number of
attractive items at
Tentative Agreement Reached
That No More Than 300,
000 Acres Be Included.
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Plant Near Tacoma Is Scene
cf Explosion Which Oblit
t crates One Unit Only.
onstration. The mar
vels of electricity for
the benefit of tired
housewives. Come in
READY MARKET IS SOUGHT
MYSTERY SHROUDS CAUSE
irk Lake- I arth)oke Irll It
.ilkr-, batl rmrbj Danamito V Itta
tanI IVtonjtton 3 Widows
J 3 Ctilldrvn Are IcfV.
rr.rrtv w.h. . T .sp-il.l
At lata no..r nCI(hl o cava coulal
r- ifnf n .p(-ton of !
tona-fa of gr arm in mlatng feoj
of tfta f.ire-'. r4r Taai-k. naar
i 'ip.et Marion. i mi' north f
mr: T'p mf all W r r t 1.
n J J., jj. John n;t. 31: .u iff.
.'.a. rimpft.:p.c 'ha mlatn t'keil. r.r.
aer n.aiwn t' hre.l. anal all prvaalbil
t'r rf d. ferret ima ar In we.. b
t ..raf.-t with tb.m. aa litKnl official
lraar I - ir.urtn toniaTM.
A WlM trutim followed at DuprtUt Sta.
Kin. a rait f-om lh p i . r t . hr f a m I -I'
of tri rmptnift rrat.j. on th ln
r it a.'m DC:ra trial th rntlr n.tl-a-ifien
hl br dlrord This
a r o .oft at a.i Hi-t t utiti until II
--.-am d'fifil'.lT known that OBlT
tnr-a. nmn wrra i4iat en of thro
i'a I amall rbillr
Ti fnUtnc-tio'iw, framt building,
r hy fft wa.e bln to apllnlrr.
N .- ijtptt-lun of t& plant hatof
r1a u brau. of war monition
rnariiip ar hinta. althouch th.
'ir victim. n Ml'l lo fcav b. a
itrir..t an reliable and no at
nnrol ron.itrion tr k no w n to hav
aftotal th mixing ho u.r.
Tta tprnnioi waa ftmnftnlH bv
a -t.tonatloa that hork wlndowa II
v.tir from la plant. Pinali la
i:r$f- wifhln raitlu of 1 h t mll'l
I. r.n-r'. kul I aro eth.r aniline
boo. aahrr dr-m!t la ma-I. and
tn oth.p rutl'tRT rampplalnc ta
kufa p.dr antlt. .af.ly rttht0o4 tha
T i"4 di'.ln't w tkf hrk
fhil rVntH T" t Bil' rM.'ant.
r.p.trt-'t in airrhi'ja. Th twpnt
r-ort ,s. u ..ftpnaLd at ft.f.
-ut f- r th i.iae.r unit vyat.m o port
!-:' rfi r "t (all out. It U ton
i !f.rt r.rtain t t .T.ry ir"""f
1'I r ti mn in thm oai4
m-r?,J i,at. Xt It u f a arploaton
t h.vt-.t th rompany haa af
f-r.'l at fi-winl.
DEMURRER P. M'KAY CASE
Wlrar Want Trial W Itltonl l!r
tjalrlnaT rriaaripal la Arar.
rr..':'x rtTT. if . rk r-
r. : fitiM-t A''virn. M'l'rt I.
to.1 if tl'.'l a -murTr I J !
nr. f ManJant'it ppwarvii rat'r4av
if trt. ti:f VrKar r. Aet.r.a
f.r M'K.f. h i. narol n f'.i-
tt ' katf tn ? aaaatna
v.-ii.-n. art aet.mpF.iriaT ta abctn a trl
f.i- a ' rrx witKual tna 4r.niat a rr
.n.'a ii n.l Morri a af
m.a t.J.am'ia ff'o "rtftiil Ja4a ' nn f-6-1
t- rai--" J'it.'i-a ..r t grant
vi.t i t (f M fii . aln'a lh.
ri-i-el wa lau4 Ut ttiWr kaa
a n R-.arri.'t.
tia i. a i-a. t kaoa kit a HIt
ina n .( V ' aa Mrta IU( an I H U
iir.. an a r" a rt'taa i'T.
win h' a'i fiimnni aaa) .rlyff ta
Jirmt htitlfc IT tn.m.
SUED WIFE SHOOTS RIVAL
lln.nttBMf a ltltpa f rr Iltrr Prr
.r W fTDWV. Moat.. ". 7 rl
liamc tn rl liva: of a 4tor-a atatt br
. I' l'lifttrn-i aa lartrti-lia.
acaln.t Lannfa lhrttlrBaa h.ra to
caf. t:. i hrttnan a; Lfbiaa. a real
ni'iva raa Mir Mgt-i-aaitv trial Xlra
!i'a K irhpatf la- i fo-ir timaa. aaa buli.t
.'rikRC bar In ha vrtat aa4 Ida
efhara ta lha bMy. Tha lnrur4 woman
w ii r!.ri4 to t;rat P'atta la a rrttiral
roni:ioa. Mi. 'hrl.tana waa a r -
r.tt'.l ant will ha roiht to
t3 a ia
Th horm:. whuh o.--urr.l
aflT of a hntat. La aai4 ta kai
toltrcra Of $13J.5i.
Krw YORK. b. T Th .a.ral
4'i-atin br4 of th Kohr.ttr
firiniUtiAn anfi0'in-.4 l"JT appropria
tion of tllti la artia roli.ar.a
lilrinlft'll Iba fnira-l tat. Taa
appro-rlat'"" brlna" f t"tal irnatul
liat'tbutril r tha poar-l tn-a Ira or.
laalulloa li )rr' " 1 1 : J.
Ormanf to tlaa I ntari-r.
r.Kiti.rv. i injaa. r.v : t
Tabltl no'infa thai If la Irv
rnrtnr from a mt-ol,Mi-ial aourra that
a ban on tha Importation of article
of luiury of ry d.a-Tiptl" ta Im-
rant f-iit inn ara rar'.4 r ." a4
!'- I i w.ti- ita-l tr. lat t '"
,nMn, a.if n.-a a.rr rati:, alta frfataaat
PAIN GONE! HUB
Hub rain Away With Small
Trial I-otU of Old
tots "Jsalnc" F-kan m!Im
It yaia oa y: ao aaa caaa la rrijr
r.tiiraa lalaraal Iraalasaal. Rab
aoota.na-. paaalratiac "L Jacaba Oir
riakt aa ta "Yaacar rU" aaj ky ta
! a y Jack Kokiaaaa oat caraa
tb rbaumatltf ala aaJ dlatrwaa. (.
Jacoba ua" la a barmlaa rkaamallam
I alnaol wK avaaar 4 ptvoiat aa4
4aa I kar taa akla. It tab a pala.
torataaa aat t:ffa.o froa ackin
ja.atav nuavlaa aal ke. Hof 1
!!. aaka kacaacfca a 0-4 -
Lam a: U maJ trial ke(U
of a.-i-tiaaav kaaaat "ac. Jacob CHJ"
Craan aa an atooax aa4 la a aa
ai.at. a"U b fr frowa -. arbaa
(, ati(raaa, ta l tttr! Mak rbaa
BJ ' ' "'HI A aja am Lfa , . .
fit riaaa Tr
aa A. A. Ouralvrg'a I
a lr.ll baila-a. 3t ta
PRUNE DAMAGE HIGH
Many Trees 25 Years Old
Broken Beyond Repair.
CLARKE COUNTY HIT HARD
In Mm Jlll-ra Only S3 Trlrjilton
INala-a .r la-fl MaraUInx by 'Mlirr
Tluaw' tonu- '.aclUH aalnnt
Trrrw M It li-laml I artrarnla.
VA.VXtV:i. taari. rrk. l-c?-l
Twa lara.a In tomparalur
durlna; lb rtil atroti Uar
tbaw and toro cauard tkouad or
dollar af diruli to tfi fina prana
arrbarda of daraa County, whrr th
prona crop annually brine
to t'.aika County. Th pruna crop I
tha mar.'ai of t! Iruiurowrri of
Ibia mtir.ir ai d tioi i f th lat
It la impoaaiMa at thla t;m to :!-
mala all tha damaca 'hat ha barn
4ar. but onia oriaarda. aa tifnatod
by tn r onr.ar alamacxd from -
to li t" n. lny of t trc. ti
y.ara old. war brdaaa mo bd:y that
lucy will not hrftu to txar for thrc
irart or rr. pro.
Th dimi.-rd ara did not rr h trh
mora than lo or thra ntilo from lh
Columbia l:tr. but It altd ra-h th
full lanclb of lb ounty aionK in
rlr from on t" thro mllr.
Tha U.ai-ii'ia: lira) In Hull ai:-T
wa brlirrn A. .V. Vuarri brrt'i and
John Norrlma" oriharda TfK wrr
broarrt baJly In Mr. vurnbra or-
harJa and JO fret away they mcf
not Irjur.d in th I'Jat.
Many fin orchard nrar r.IUworta
arm ilanacrd rl"Uly and It I r
port'd K L. Krn.h. tha bi prun
pai'hrr. iot many thuuaand of d.liar
In brobrn tr. u-il on Mill I'Uin
It la atirnatrd that half of th trcra
r bron. In Mna mllr nmy .1
lalrphon polaa wrra rft landlnc. U
waa fnra on and a half to two Intbra
thi. on tha tr and .mply rrUhll
and brok Ikrrn.
faarral Itoyal Anna chrrry trrr on
th rlolanal (juarnbarf pla.o In Krull
Vallry. yara M. wrr drtroyrd.
Tha l.rrllaa walnut trar itniiuiMi
th HDrm aomrwhat bttr than the
prun I far a. Tba arplr lra and th
hrrry tr la mual piacr wrr not
Ljnc ar down In all dirtton. th
road ara al mo t fmpaaaabl. frw
farmer ar corntn to m city. o fu.l
rtporta h not at th' lim brrn
Monday's War Moves
EXCEIT on t froat la Tranra and
H'!iun lilt! flchtlns baa brn r
port.d la Ik war tonra. I'arla talla
of lh romtauairatloa of German po
Itlon nrar Hat ra and Plr nat rartr
In ItaUium. th dairutlon of a Ur
aiaa blockhoaaa balwora th Ot and
ti Alan and of effort! work by tha
Traacra bi;erlra In th Artol and
Oiamnma roatlon. Vrench hr:i on
th f imir aarlor raoard powrrf ul
flo.ion at of Arra and a (rat Bra
la tha champana ar . hallrranf.
Tha (Irrmana data bran buay with
thair artliary aaalnat tha llritlah
AfvaS4 IrO. WtU U BfiUjl la If
!.-.- A-t .y f fc" '4-' 0 ' V ? :
tar. Ill Raw af Cal kkaw'a l anaaa
aiw-na-a aar-OI4 Traa la Balaa.
turo ho tombarrtrd Orrman trrnthrl
nrar th Tprr-f:oulrr railway.
Th trnna War rtii-o rr:orta Ilia
ailaalton unrhanarrd' on alt front
aarr Austrian troop aro Pithtln.
Nothlns ha roma Ihronch ron-rn-ip
th p-rlrd ronriniriti'"! of troop
of p. Trtiionl.- allira In lh rrslno of
th tirrck kordar.
A Coprnhairn Hia'-atrh Indl. atr that
anthorittro at Klrl ara frarful of an
I .-"l air rud thrr. Tha opulai-
h brrn ronrlrd that a atram alrrn
ill ail a.lvanr roller of a raid and
that in raa raidvr com th popl
houM not unduly epo thrmaolv-
Th arml-offli 11 Ovrraoa .Nrw
A.'nry. of Itrrlln. y ther ara now
l.i:.i:i prlaonrra of war In C.rrmany.
ThU nufohrr. it I drrlrd. dor a not
ln-lnd prl.on.r th Uirmam irft In
Au-tr ra-II jnsary.
A tendon riiaprr la authority
f..r Ina riitrmtnl that Karl Kltrhnrr.
Ilrlti.ri rrrraltry for War. will lav
lh War OrTt. to undrrtak work of a
mora Important rhr'tar lwlrr. If
Karl kit-linr ahould leave, th nrw.
P;er adla, Mr William P.obrrton.
chlrf of taff. will ariirrly d!r-l tha
war and a civilian will become ISrrra
tary of War.
Kor lh arconri tlm durina lh war,
I'rmr l.-ar of Truaala. Ilfth ion of
Kmirrnr William, ha hern wounded-
25 STUDENTS "FLUNK"
auTiKirrios or rut ni: ut-
I IVtllll lt AT OIIKGOV
TAIII Apar Advlaary Baard af
t aUerally af Orrm Xiakrr
Kaaallrr Tkaa l.at Tear.
VXIVERSITT OK ORKGON. Eun.
Feb. 7. (Special) Twrnty-flva ata
drnta of th unlverclty today received
notic that tney had not earned the
elht rraulred number of hour' study
and were declared "f lunker." About a
doaen will appeal to lb advtaory board
for reinstatement. Th reat will leave
oon for tbrir home.
Under th old atandard of tha unl
vrrrliy. taal yrar 5 atudenta "flunked."
Th rat In th atandard of 10 per cent
thla year I ehown rraponalbl for a
Iraa number, aa mora frrajumt qulie,M
larcrr alifnment and tha (hortenlng
of th tlm of recitation mad the tu
drnta better prepared for lha final ex
amination, futy-two new atudmta enrolled to
d.iy. Tb larner number wrra from
I'ortland. Commerrlal and economic
niurrii were the rholcea of the ma
jority. By th end of th week 2t
mor ar partd to enroll.
I'rreldrnt Campbell and RrcUtrar
Tiffany were employed thla afternoon
In hearlnc the apprala of tha "flunk
er. and the work of reinstatement
will not tak plara until tomorrow.
MILITARY LECTURE FRIDAY
Army Officer Will hprak at Van.
mairr II 1 a: la Sarliool.
VAVCm VLR. Wah. Feb. 7. Spe
r'.el. Liutnant-Colonel David J.
iakr, Jr. of th Twenty-first In.
faniry. I to drliver a le.tur at th
rraaklin hool bulldina; Frldav vn
ln at 7.10 o'clock,. Th Twnty-flrt
Infantry liand will alva a concert.
Clorl Haker will apeak on "Pre.
pamlnr," this belns tha first of a
arrle of lectur to ba flvtn. leading
tip to tba rtabllhmnt of a rttixrna
tramtne ramp in Vanrouvrr Harrack
oiue uiae u-irlol tht bumiuac,
I .and CommlKflonrr Tallman Wonld
IU-cttlr Total Arrraire of Grant
to He Open fo Krltlrnt With
Knarrvr landa SnTwIlttitctl.
OltEGOMA.V NEWS PC REAL". Wa.h
Ineton. Feb. 7 The Interior Depart
ment and tho Forestry Service, iculdrd
by th recent opinion of tha Attorney
Cneral. ara preparing rporta on all
pending Oregon it California land-grant
lt ha been tentatively agTaed that
no mora lhan jao.000 acres of the grant
In ml should be added to forest reserves,
the additional to he limited to lands
lylna within the exterior limits of ex
Ixtlns; reserves. Land Commissioner
Tallman. an active participant In tho
ronference. takes the position that Con
aresa should not diminish the total
arra of land to be disposed of. and for
very acre added to the forest reserves
he maintains that another acre should
ba eliminated from the reserves ami b
treated as though it were a part of
tha railroad grant.
Urttleaaeat af l.aads la Idea.
II would. In all. eliminate about
300.000 M-rti in compact bodies, the
land eliminated to be or me samo
character as lands added to the re
serves. If this Is done the Commls
slonrr think the stale will profit
rather than lose, as he believes lands
not within the limlta of reservrs will
find a readier market than will the
alternate sections that are now within
the reserve boundaries.
The I-nnrtments of Interior and
Agriculture 'have not yet completed
their report, but the indications are
thry will Indorse the general principles
of the Chamberlain bill, with the above
chanfte Incorporated, and that they.
like the Atlorney-Oncral, will report
aaalnst the Hawly. Wilson. liaker
and UrCumbar bills. Tha Attorney
tleneral In a letter to the IIoue public
land committee today discussed
briefly the Hawley bill, reiterating
briefly his comments previously maue
on the Chamberlain bill.
.ettlrra' C'lalaaa t l-aal.
"It would be wle." he says, "to dls
pone of the entire situation by a law
which would carry upon Its face a
guarantee of the satisfaction In duo
time of all the railway company s law
He also reiterated hia belief that the
claim of srttiers or applicants for the
railroad lands "ara without lepal or
equitable foundation, as conclusively
held by the Supreme Court, and that
many of the applications and alleged
settlements were the result of mere
.r.r. illative, srhemrs to acquire and
hold very valuable timber land at nom
Ina I expense.'
M r: UFO KM A Ta D JAt KM. COl .NT
JOIM l IT TRIBt'TR.
Japaora Aaciari Adapt Braala-
llaaa af ftrarel la Reeagalilaa
f Aid Ha People.
Uhl'KuIlD, Or., Feb. 7. (Special.)
All Mr-aiford and Jackaon County joined
Uii afternoon In paying trlbuto to tha
memory of W. I. Vawler. Th lunrpava
waa held from the family residence and
was so lurKrly attended that many
Popl could not gain admittance and
th ground were thronged throughout
Aa a token of respect, all business
houres In me city dorad their doors
diirlria the afternoon while the banKs.
City Hall and County Courthouse wera
closed throughout th asy. ine pudiic
library clod during tha afternoon. Mr.
Vawter having been a prominent mem
ber of lh board and Influential In Its
One of tho most singular evidences of
lite widcapread respect In which Mr.
Vawter wa hrl.l was furnished by lha
Rogue Hiver Valley Japanese Associa
tion, which adopted formal resolutions
of regret and sympathy especially be
cause Mr. Vawter was the "first cltlxen
lh Modford to employ a Japanese." The
Masons and Knights of I'ythlas assist
ed In the funeral services, which were
rond uried by Ir. J. Lawrence Hill, and
the lodges formed an escort when the
body was taken to the train to bo
sent to I'ortland for cremation.
Tha honorary pallbearers Included
Circuit Juds-e F. M. Calkins, former
Mayor Judge M. Purdln. hUate Senator
11. Von dcr llellen. T. W. Miles, Out
Newbury anal J. IL Newman. The active
pallbearers were: II. U. Lumsden. C. I.
Hutchinson. Oeorge R. Lindley. C. W.
McDonald, T. V. Emerlck and A. Knight-
MM ISLAND FAVORED
IIOlhK WOILD rROVIDIC FOR IM-
JHF.DI TK KSLARGEMHKT.
Heaalatloa Adapted Aathorlslng Ex-
peadltare af g."iO0r0O so Dread
aaugkt May Be Batlt.
... . -l, f 9 Tha HaUII
ii Arm.iM j '.) n . . .. -
... . I i 1 MM.aiala mm Of
looay auiiiuriMTu " .
I jjO.000 to equip Mara Island Navy-
. i , 1IJ ilM.jlnAliahl
yara 10 oegin uuuuiub, .
or battle cruiser, the first to be con
structed on Ihe I'acllic Coast In a Oo-
. jk .a .oahnrlxrd axnendt-
tura of 1100.000 to enlarge the faclli-
Ilea at tna raaw iui aij-j.i. -henate
haa not yet acted.
Adoption of the resolution was spe
cially aaked by Secretary Daniels, who
. . . . ah llmltaiH ranarllv Of
poinivu vv " " '
American shipbuilding yards for con
structing dreadnoughts, and said that
If the naval increases conicmpiaicia
tha Administration's preparedness pro
gramme were to be carried out It would
be necessary to enlarge tba yarda.
The Navy Department plans soon to
add tho Puget Sound. Norfolk and
Philadelphia yards to the list of major
'"M" I.. ' Kairtrabln X 44
at Mara Island will be the first work
don there on a Dig snip biik-d ui .
. . . I -J .... I. mmrmm 1. 1 1 I I I Vl a . It
monitor jionaouw "
has been proposed that the nam Call,
forni. now assigned to the dread
nought under construction at the New
York yard. b transferred to No. 41.
..,-1. V- 11 arlll ha laid doWII
rial wean ii -----
at th Nrw York yard next September
. .a . 1 I Mnttfrt m Mar.
ana - o. aa win - -
Island prouaoiy auwuk uao aaiu uua.
TOTEM TOO NAUGHTY
Custom Men Use Chisel on Gift
to Portland Missionary.
SAN FRANCISCO SHOCKED!
Burmesic Art Xot Admitted Until
Carvings Aro Altered So TJnclc
Sam Can Hand Brazen Efflgr
VnMuHhlngly to Incipient.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 7. Local cus-
toma officials, who recently barred the
entrance Into the Cnited States of a
Burmese totem pol-, on account of
Immoral carvings on Its surface, today
chiseled off the undesirable portions
and allowed the emtry to pass.
The pole wa brought from Burmah
bv Rev. John K. Cope, of Philadelphia,
aa a gift for Dr. E. II. East, or Port
land. Or. Both are missionaries.
Rev. John E. Cope was in Portland
about 10 days tgo on route from Bur
mah to his former home. Philadelphia.
He spoke at the White Temple. He
waa accompanied by hia wife and chlla.
and they were puests of Dr. and Mrs.
E. II. East, of 57 Rodney avenue. Dr.
East was a medical missionary atlLipa
In Northern Uurmah. but left there live
Pcfore he departed carving of the
totem poles, in question was started for
him. hut aa they were not finished
Rev. Ilr. Cope promised he would brins
them to America wheia he came. It was
not until this year that he made the
trip and brouuht the totem poles.
These, according to Dr. East, are elab
orately carved in tho crude fashion of
th natives of that lnnd. and depict
historical eventa and traditions. Some
of the poles duplet nude fipures. and
It was thought by Dr. East and his wife
that It was to these that the custom
ofllcials had taken exception.
The totem poles are six or seven
fet tall. He had intended to appeal
to the Portland Chamber of Commerce
to aid In getting his property here.
Dr. East is a prominent member of
the local committee for the Laymen's i
Missionary convention, being chairman
of the prayer committee.
Mr. Cope Is a Baptist missionary.
COQUIllE ON RfliilPnGE
MaltTI.K rOIXT DF.POT An TEX
Mil. EH OF TRACK FIXJODED.
Watrr Is Seven Feet Above Rail.
I.aadalldea Do Damage Logs Float
Avaay From Mranded Car.
u i naiik"Trl.n Or Pah 7 fSne-
clal.) Ten mile's of Southern Pacllc
Railroad track Is tinder water between
bA-a... trill lnni-1 Inn and Mvrtle Point.
.r. haiwaan Cooa Rav and
Coiiullle are beinir transferred by
. . . -1 . . a. i - T I
launcn at coaieao. ine wquma
I stitl rising, and is now. higher than
any time since 1909.
In several places tracks are twistea
from the roadbed, and It is expected no
r i ...Ill ha rinaalhl hatween CO-
qullle and Myrtle Point for several
days. The amount or damage cannoi
be estimated until ine water rtccuts.
a a iiv.i ia Pnini tha wator covered
ai.. . rinna Slide arara common
on the Smith-Powers Railroad, between
there and Powers. Between Arago and
Myrtle Point the tracks are under
seven feet of water. ine maximum
a..i..i.a nr ah flood 1 exDected some
time tonight, since the weather has
cleared and It Is mucn cooler.
Brewster Valley Is Isolated by the
-i t n,a ti Mil Takci ara hlaher
than' ever before known. Traffic at
Lakeside is conducted in noats iony.
.nd tha water Is level with tho Wil
Coos River overflowed many aairy
ranches. Fences are washed away and
fields In many localities will be uee-
i in. r alnra the Silt will be
several inches deep. Landslides oc
curred in several -places, but no one
On Coos River the Summer noma of
J Albert Matson was badly crushed by
a slide, shortly after he had left for
The water-level highway between
aa i.n.u .na VnHh Bend waa covered
up this afternoon by a rock and earth
slide, and me r-oumern n
were dug out after an hour's blockade.
. aia.iline on 1Hetrarks
1-ara oa wa 1 " , , . ,
at Cedar Point were covered with wa
ter and tho logs floated away. The
Southern Pacific line has been impass
able all day'exoeptlnaT " far aa Coal-
edo, II miles irom .a
Powers the rise in the South Coqutllo
reached a ftage of 40 feet.
Mall from Roseburg did not come
a. . . tha Mlddla Fork
inrousu iwian , , ,
Canyon waa impassable in several lo
Tho rainfall ror is nours was o.
inches. In January. 190T. 4.3 Inches
fell In H hours, and a similar record
as attained on Kovemper a, ijuj.
Hay AVlicfler Sentenced.
CHEHAL1S. Wash.. Feb. 7. (Spe
cial Ray Wheeler, a wen-Known
young; Centralian, who waa round ,
Pictures, Pottery, Baskets, Electric Stand Lamps,
Art Brass and China.
While it's soft, put in those budbs 'tis your last
chance. We have them. Named varieties Tulips,
Narcissus, Jonquils, Daffodils, Hyacinths.
MORSE EARLY SEEDS Sweet Peas, Famous
Varieties Hothouse Vegetable Seeds.
Drink it to-
way to clear
Bathe yoar face for several minutes
with Resinol Soap and warm water,
working the creamy lather into the
skin gently with the finger-tips. Then
wash off with more Resinol Soap and
warm water, finishing with a dash of
clear cold water to close the pores.
Do this once or twice a day, and you
will be astonished how quickly the
healing, antiseptic Resinol medication
soothes and cleanses the pores, lessens
the tendency to pimples, and leaves
the complexion clear, fresh and
PAPE'S DIAPEPM FOR
The Moment It Reaches Your Stomach all Pain,
Gases, Sourness, Acidity and Heartburn Goes
Don't suffer! In a tew moments all
stomach distress will 'go. No Indiges
tion, heartburn, sourness or belching of
gas, acid, or eructations of undigested
food, no dizziness, bloating, foul brtsath
Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its
speed In regulating upset stomachs. It
is the surest, quickest and most certain
indigestion remedy in the whole world,
and besides It is harmless.
Millions of men and women now eat
their favorite foods without fear they
know Pape'a Diapepsin will save them
from any stomach mlwery.
Please, for your sake, set a large
guilty at the recent court term of a
statutory charge, was today sentenced
by Judge Rice to serve from six months
to two years at Walla Walla Peni
tentiary. KING RECEIVES MINISTERS
Conference in Xxindon Is Kepnrdcd
LONDON". Feb. 7. A court circular
announces that the King today re
ceived in audience Premier Asqulth. Sir
Henry Jackson and MaJor-tJeneral
Charles Edward Callwell.
Mr. Asqulth Is president of the impe-
Painless Parker Outlaw
-a- a. al I at I be
Why did I dnre
to leave the fold,
break with tha
n I m w alrnftats. KO
t o practicing d e n-
tltry in my
face eertalM hatred
and peraintent per
secution from the
menf Well, hunger waa
iha h.rlna in a
juat a plain, empty
tomaela tnal raai"
. 1 ata.Hrr Ihaa
all Ike argnmenta
dental colleges and
Whe I gr-du-t-
r iran ana ,...-' -
lege In lofne. I waa SSI years oldi my
folka were broke, and It waa very much
an to me to scramble for the eats.
I persuaded a barber in my home
town to rent me a chair for one dollar
a year, a aaa ap ' -
... .1 . 1 aarL far a alaria
painter for my "ahlngle." And then I
opened UP for bualne.
'fney told me in course ana; -irvirr
W..M 0 . after dental Duainesa. ina
I tried every method they bad taught
me. You see, I was determined to be
I Joined mo Caorcn, aaiiaaa. a aaanavcj a
Cut this out, bring
it to our Paint De
partment and get a
Free Sample of
your skin vitk
If the skin is in bad condition
through neglect or an unwise' use of
cosmetics, apply a little Resinol Oint
ment and let it remain on ten min
utes before the final washing with
Rasinol Soap is not axtif cially eolored. lis rich
broam being entirely due to the Resinol balsam,
it contains. Sold by all drcgrijista and dealers in
toilet roods. F or tree sample cake and trial ol
Resinol Ointment, write De?t. 25-P. Resinol,
Physicians have prescribed Reshwl
Ointment for over twenty years in the
treatment of skin and scalp affections.
fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapep.ii"
from any drugstore- and put your stom
ach right. Don't keep on being mis
erable life is too short you aro not
here Ions:, fo make your stay agree
able. Eat what you like and digest it:
enjoy it, without dread of rebellion In
Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your
home anyway. Should one of tho fam
ily eat something which doesn't agreo
with them, or in case of an attack oC
indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or
stomach derangement at- daytimo or
during the night, it is handy to giva
the quickest, surest relief known.
rial defense committee; Sir Henry .Tack
son is First Sea Lord; General Callwell
is director of military intelligence.
Special significance is believed to al
tarh to the conference of the King with
three such important chiefs of the war
operations. It is also noted that F.arl
Kitchener. Secretary for War. had a
long audience with the King but a few
3 000 Get Wage Increase.
KANE. Pa., Feb. 7. The Elk Tan
ning Company, which operates 20 tan
neries In this section, announced to
day that an increase In wages amounting-
to 15 cents a day had been granted
Its .1000 employes- .
Caruso of myself In Ihe choir, went
to pnasing the plate, and even taught a
Sunday-school elusa. I wanted to en
larae my circle of ocqualntancea In
order to get work, and the dental col
lege had taught me that thla was quite
Buaiiiesx boomed to the extent that I
took In aeventy-fivn cent in three
Now. at tnl time, not having? n bean.
I wa llvlner with my parents and they
could ill afford to have me a a hoard
er. I wa the eldest child, and sup
posed to me Melf-upportlngr. now that I
had learned a profession. Kvery bite I
took deprived my younger brother- nud
sisters of the very necessities of life.
It waa not a very comforting situa
tion for me.
My father couldn't understand why I
waa making a failure of my business.
When I talked "ethics" with him, he
countered with grim remarks about the
grocer's bill. Finally he refused to be
my meal ticket any longer.
He explained that he knew nothing
and eared nothing about -ethic." The
jingle of a few coin In the family aock
sounded aweeter to him than all my
prattle about what a dentist could and
could not do. He snld that he dldn t
take to my deep-sea going; gopher
methods of diving for business In the
church, and he advised me to do a little
over - and - above - board hastllng for
So I came to the sud realization that
I had to Improve on the line of dope I
had swallowed at college as to the
-ethical" way of attracting business.
That was the turning point for me.
t,To lie Continued.) Ad-,