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THE MORNING OI.EGONIA!T. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1916.
FILMS WIN CAPITAL
Columbia Highway Scenery Is
Shown at Washington.
Rex BeacKs Famous Story of Love,
Romance and Adventure in Old Panama,
Featuring Kathlyn Williams, Wheeler
Oakman and the Famous "Spoilers'" Cast
Transcontinental Lines WL'I
Aid HomesccJcers Seeding
. to Locate in West.
PUBLICITY VALUE GREAT
IHff nolct Ha 1 1 room Crowded to
SCHEDULE NOT YET MADE
Capacity to f-ce Be rgtrr-Joncs
Color Picture., Man Congrcsa
nicn Bc-lnx In Audience.
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Mzlutj lluhrr i:lr T la t'nr
vr Year. Ilowrtrr. I ripea-trd
..w tVrbil Imm Marrh III
April I I 1.1 to Are Uarnnt.
Ct"" rt- wilt ba arrti'd
lr th- lrjDi.n'.,ns!l rred thi.
year a nir hm.efcer." tu-het.
trmm joint. la th :.t "! Middle
Weal . Ilka Pacific foot.
TS rn.'ontintal Una rad'allng
nl af PvjrfUn.1 yee-.er.Uy wera alvid
11 th rr. will ba affect! from
Varrh ;J t, April I 1. both d-l ln-
Th (rcla re ( bu.tne.
ba "l bn c;.-n ;.!. bul II la !"'
as a that they will b ;cht:y higher
tsaa ta r..!onit rate prevailing in
' Nate r I Ul.d-
Tb former ratee Ir.m eoma ef th
principal r.oU wera aa fallow" CM.
e-ov !!: Dulata. M: "rt Worth,
lit IJ. Ilou.ton, S Si: kan.aa Cl'v.
III. Leavaworta. I.'1'
lit !1: Memohl.. lit.:'.. M
. V'in.poli. l:. V
J ; 1 ; l TriAi a.
14 1J. oaUanm CUy. I
11 I'tori. . J.iwr. II. M.
t-ia. liJoi; "t. I'aiii. I Pan An
fntf HJ Si; City. !!
l la pra.uma.l by lai pa.aafiirr ef
fVlala tb l Ibaaa fataa will ba In
rT9i a boat II S from iv polaL
'ara aaat of I'Hlcno all ba anala
ta ninMalni tha 'hirao rm: wi'JI
I nm lacal rata to Olfll
Tba i;r.4t. i!l.-i?t a wbota-
aama noamol ef bona fi.la bma
tmm-Aif frum tha j.t tn th r.t
oa.J.r tha.a loar fr. Thy IU nvaba
aaraoat afforta to confma tha traaal
af iria w. rlia:tr ara bitu
a l,ation.a In tha U at and who
rs aet apt l ba-oiia 6'ir'L-tn on
t a aommunif -a tt abi b lhay aatab-
i a tb'ir aa bom.
Taaaaaada af tlara t arrWaV.
Tot h-i.rtt ar. pr!ur to t!l tb
rrira annually "ufhl th.nad.
af aattlar. to t hat fli(Ur !'.( and
to tha mtar-moan.-. rajlon or. lor
raa-way tirbat.. Tt fra art. af
f--.le !!' a ar In tha fprln
in tha rn
T'o fr--ant!y. boar. I(im r
liikt TTra l.)6wk.r than boma-
aaaa.ra. I 'l '. d'lar In '
H atri?ta aTo too'a a.an'ca of tba
n.aunai.ft an I bil'a t tnm aut of
tim r aaaipe. by eUin th.m worth
tuaiioar lht tb!r affor' ta '"'"Vtna
ril.a tha sraal tvt ware doinf mora
harm than o.t tha rrrira wa y.ara
aa ranr.Ii'l a't roloail rta and
Kit. b.nt than In iiu.w until
M.anwblta lhay be baan tnaaall-
.. a rondittoaa and baaa ro4a pro
iKi.n to ma lhair appaala f.r bu.l
aaaa to avt'-iAl Bomaaeaaare at'lu.iTaiy.
aaaaaarvUI Orsaalaalkaaa be leL
Tha inan wh I. eat ef work abl
tba waate t t.n. Waal la l a
will Ba diaoor-asra,!. Ifa will ba
told thai Iho al a.raadr baa anera
werklnfmaa than II can aurnort and
thai what I! wanta particuUrly ara
!. wba bate aaufb) mmt to atari
farmiaa en a email xral. or. parbapa
aa a Urcr aeala.
CommafiaJ ariaaliat lona b!l
ho ortbwaat proo-oaa la eo-ooarat
wl:h the camera la Ihalr effort.
All ri"ada c-artln( Into tbla tar
rttorr will piibli.a tha ow rata.
riwarr officii! of lie t"nlon l"a
r'fj. orthrn r.-lf;--. fioatharw l"a
t'tz. nraal .North.rn. .Nortb luak an J
roa :iotru: .i.rUr baran prao
a ratio aa ta baadia tha roloalata wbaa
laay atari to coma.
riaot xion rintno pum-e
sow to ie ol.n.
rwtan Wlkk W aa eeatfcea ef R.
aval CtaaJflea BBww II.
It Aperal la tl'.a.
?sear roma mora rrtef along fixture
(wH; line. Mayor gats
thieae etr!cbtne4 out l:h tha sno-
Ilea CK'iiir. people ef tha ctry ao that
ceaaortbip la working ssaootbly. when
along ceir.. a tattar from 11. A.
Vaugbaa. ef La Asel. fitter BoCira
laat aa Intend, la bring la Portland
for .ihlMtl.ii th lirmui Hi I. paint
ing eail4 -Stall.- "U it all right.
Tha pl'tjra n ona ef tha ana-
tieaa of Iba l'B4m4rkffd rltpoaitlon,
and star. !! baa attracted attention
la I-o Aag.l. wher II ha been
thlbitloa. tl la a painting In rod
af a baautiful woman la a rcciimn;
Mayor A I baa. after kmc peoderd
ver th u5)a.rl fir conpla ef day.
r.atarlr paaaa-1 Iba rr.i'tr a.onr to
r.mmlMloa.r f::a(oar. arno handtaa tha
Kin. mn4 ef Iba cltr. It la Itkaty
ba i:l paaa raapeastaiutr aioear to tba
Mr CoumIL Joat alia ia la
waathar tha picture la loo mrrop.f
far Iba pMaa4 avaa of lortlartd la a
a'aM.-a bn:a protabljr baa la
ba at:id by tha lounr.l al.ira. Tba
board of a-iorla pw-t'ir rn.nr la aald
la d:TJ.:a-i baaua Ibara la Be
anattoa to I ha pirtara.
RAILROAD OFFICIAL IS DEAD
C. Ira TatlKr. of Orrsna) J-hrirt 1.1 or
Victim of la ;rlpr-
f. tra T'4tt.
fraifbl banl of
T.i aa. 4:a. at b..
'. yaatarHay. a
the UT-r-n hort
borne In Lake
r.r a brtf Itlnait
from la rirro. Afl"a of bta dain
wa ra'aio.d hare tjr raitroal otTl
li: who la. blm.
Mr T'Jttla tu w:t known throaih.
! the Northwaat. h.'mirh aa ba bad
nt rhartra of a! tba liaaatorb and
aronl iMpmrn'j oar tha nort Una.
ITa fraiTanlr 1aita.f Port I !. Ma
an ab-snt i yaar otd an-d bad b-an
la tha hort Ijna rl a m.'. than
YoaralU fete J Wtioa ral.
rijrmT'J. r-. rb, t .pa--iat
Tba Tctint!:. City Council baa naaaad
aa erdinanva :u-i a ip'UI ala.t.n
I, Bald ea April 17 to tola bond la
tha a-in of l;i..Jt aim ali- to In
'l mnnl' tpaa wtr ayatanv Tba
avatar wl I ba tkn from A-Im.
Cra. a. wkk-a la located ! ef !
Tomn nm r:Triir,
I-aorUa -TudJnhoad WILoo."
Tnbad the Sailor."
Columbia "Tba Oraon Swamp."
"A (ori Mar
5faati: Mraly Vary Ann."
-, National "ona of !-atn."
I I. k ford "I rolta ef I'a.lra "
xir.al "Tha lUack Crook."
Cirrlc "Kattjr .Vr'juckle."
hood la th
N In ii.tmrnt of Jcilour woman-
ha k.rnota cf "Th
mp." a Trlaoarle faa-
(tira thick haad the Columbia bill,
alon-r witrt SaUrk Swain In "Tba ilol
Star " with a pt-n.tld raal haadrd by
j- b I jminaria at t baauliful Ill
liarrlacala and liru. a Mclla. a atory
wbU'h bold the Intrrrat tinSacclaa.
and .!!rnl rhotorphlc arract.
Tba Oraaa tw.mp'' la antllUd to
racr.cnu.un at ona of the bai Trlansl
produottona. and ona which Intoltca a
Tbla ttory ef the Kraan-ayad Cod
how a wouun' 1(h acalnal Jaal
ovay and bar final triumph and hapl
na.a. War,' rla AI'.Lon Rndt fault con,
tiaually with bar bnaband. t'r. Aittaon.
irrip bins of Birlinc on avary orca
loo. Tna doctor rcai a call which
th wife ipir.H. aimoat rraultlna
la lb oa(h of a rblld. II tor-tla
bar. Th do. tor bacam Iniactatj wllb
tataaua. bad lo eat hia wife from
worry (old bar ba waa coin- oo a
juurnry. The wife learn that ba la
Iba city. n-e-ea blm to tba noma
of a frirad. and la on Iba point of
braaklnat Into a room whre Iho doctor
la BB-laraoina: a moat dallcat opara
tmn wban aha raaliaaa tba foollaba
of bar a.-tlota.
A Motia ritor" la crammad fall of
taoKfce. more Ibaa yo'J at out of
Karatuo cemedtaa. Mack !. aa
th moil atar. who empnaticajir
bat, hiuvaalf." la a acrrana. II go
a a notl. iho. tnakee a epaerh t
lor ta adortnaT onaa Ibara lo " hi
-ra it. ana cotare nimaati who
clory until tilrt and th kid arrive.
Than tb atory I far. far dinarant.
r.ohart Warwick, on of tha moat
popular of ecraea atar. aad aa actor
who la alwara a powerful and conlne
Inc Crura in rl drama, ta at bit
boat la TrultB of I.lr. a atrona
atorr of tba aleal mnojirr. wnito
onanad yaatarday at the ll.kford-
AmMtlon. wlttt lie rutnia.a cmaoioa
of compatllloa la lb effort to acftieae
lure.., ta the central tbam of tba
lory, with tb ultimata raallaatioa
that what haa baan achld I worth-
i.aa aa romDarad with Bapplneaa.
Iraaamitmc of taal tnllla. hbod-lo-hand
ronrtu-t and IntaraaSIn: acna of th
i-i, in ooeration are dapictaa ia in
Warwlrk. who Plays IB role oi vara
-ratlin ia a country lad amomoua to
hacoma a rtowar In tba elaal worio. ii
.ra bla bom and twaeinaari ana
oa to ts milt. rilnc from manual
lahrr lo ia( forooaan and than
.klll.d Jaborar. Ha 1! In the borne
.1 a bon foreman, la loted by the
daarhter. and when tha father
ahairad Trultt lakaa hi place, lurn
Inr from lh Ctrl at th call of arabl-
Trultt flrhta on r!ntle!y. bom
..in.ii-.i.ndnl and tbtn a rartnT. It
r.tum to th country, marrta his old
lo.a. bat th wife bacoma a aoclai
tuttarC : lhay are atrand and di
raaulta. Alone la bla araat mao-
..... TroLii rraltira th waJtn of
a tl-a without love, leak out the rtrl
of hi day In the rut. burr tteel milL
r.nd bar loan alill ataad.'aat aad makea
bar hia wir.
Anothrr nijr I'llin Scrap,
rrra tinea Tb Ppollarf lnucur
ata. aomathlnc nw la fiatic ralira B
a tcrarn f.'atur producer hay barn
trlvinc to praant tomathint; mora con-tlnoin-t
la roush and lurnbi. acrapplna.
I TitT wk or two a producer ndr
t.a a acrap which ttcaada In brutal
ity and lntnity that of Th Jiiill-ar.-
whrr man really four hi -until
tBy crippled lhnul.
Thar h bn fixht. Bom trn
uou and ion. ! ao. tlnc Tb
-pollr- waa filmed, but Bdranca no-11-.
pay lo Th N ar-do- all." a
llav, tach n-raaor to hia firt filmed
book. Iba tribute of pre.entinc a amp
wbti h a-ual thai stated In aa Alaakao
Vol only one flat ftrht la offrrtd In
Tba Na er-do-Welt." but a number of
them all t lo tha nine reeie ton
ttructad about the lif of a dowa-and-out
tort ef a tranaportallon kinr. who
waataare all aorta of siorrae baf ora
hrpin enter bla Ufa
or lh a-rrcanlns of ThO Ne'r-do
Wall." which etarte riunday. tba Ulll
Tbeailar baa brao obtained, aa tha hon.e
t.t ralcuiatad lo accommodata film
-Mra!y Mary Ana." a delightful
photodrama reekln; with heart Inter
aal and po.aeaalns a wealth Of lander
remedy, received it Initial Portland
.-raenina- at tba Majeatte Theater yea
tarday. Introdqrln; th dainty and
winaome Vllan Martin aa a William
JU.J Uartla. who la lh trn'.cr of In
ter. t at all etarcB cf th fltm. haa a
vehicle which It eminently aultd for
bar typ of actinr. and the It prrt'nted
to much better advantaa than In any
f Is.- iM.nl tnroductlont. K T O III the
rit-ai tha auitienc la wholly In eym
pathy with the quaintly Innocent Utile
country rlrl and lie a cn of mental
rh..r. a. hen aha rmtriti from the
locim which enahroudt her younir Hfo.
Tha ttory of -Merely Mary Ann" In
volve a country orphan who declrtn
to trrk her fortune in lh city. She
aecuret a Job aa maid of a'l work In
a roomlnT-hou. where aha wathe
d.ahea. . rube the floort. take care of
the furnace, thlnet thoe. and doe the
r.miia ai-hinr in addition to other
A ill ir a
A dancehaU habitue trie to lure her
Into a By IK but la foiled by a young
artitl with whom the Inno.-enl child
fall In love. A ficht between the two
when th rlrl l attacked in her room
It a feature of th film. The Kirl la irn
a fortune and the artlat achieve fame
Then thev are united.
Tha enmedv featur It another OI
lh.... -Luke- affair, which are becom
ina- Donular. This time Luke irl
Tb Candy Kid."
The prervBtlon of a nialrpiec of
American lltratur in motion piciure.
la a difficult. If prlwori..y. a-waer
taklnr. Tha I-aaky company hai
achieved an artlatlc triumph In It In
tarrrctatlon of "Tudd'tthead llaon.
which opened at th I'eoplet yrtterday.
and one cannot yt linn. It exhibition
without a rreater love for Mark Twain
and a hlsher regard for tha ability of
fi'tdom doa one have tha opportunity
to wltnata turh a bit of character act
ina; at tr. Ilobertt rivet ut In "Ihjdd'n
haad." Th part fit like a itlov and
to th avaraare tpectator Twain char
arter baa been lifted bodily out of the
book and tet down on th trreen. The
other character preserve tha artistry
of th production, one of Its greatest
charm belnr that tba photoplay wrlrht
haa taken no liberties with the nrlrlnal.
Kverythlnc Is there Juat as each reader
haa "vuioned" It n.rro bark, cot
ton fldd.. tmall town street with old-
fathloned bnuics. court arena, the
rental and shrewd Puddnhead" who
derived hia same from a remark: I
wiah I owned half of that dor. I'd
kill my half." tba manly chanceiinr and
tba cowardly and builylns; villain.
The story. Involving the chagrin; of
babies so that an octoroon become the
master and tb white boy tha alave. and
the study of flnjcr prints which reveal
a murderer and rettorea to the white
lad bis heritage and rives him the rlrl
of bla heart, la too well known to elab
Th liray-Ollbert silhouette comedy,
"lnbad tba Pallor." la a splendid work
of photographic art.
The stockholders of th Peoples
Amuiement Company held their regu
lar annual meeting Wednetday after
noon, resulting In the election of th
old board of director for another
term. The director are: Mx R. Hlrtch.
Charles A. Malarkey. p. H-.n Cohen.
K. hhalnwaW. Lr. Holt ?. Vllon. Kred
II. Kotbarhlld and M. Pallet. Th di
rector re-elected, th Incumbent offi
cial. Mr. Hlrtch being president. Mr.
Ma'.arkrr. vice-president : Mr. Cohen,
trrretary, and Mr. t-halnaald. treas
urer. e e e
Ttrday th members of the Ore
con Motion Picture Men's Association.
; strong, met at their regular weekly
luncheon meeting at the Oregon Hotel,
a a a
rathe'a "Engineering Feats of Ore
gon" Is a scenic featur of tha Colum
bia programme starting yeaterday. The
wondera of Oregon construction, par
ticularly In tranaportatton and water
power development, ara eplendidly
a a a
C. E. Couch, of tha Sunset Theater,
I reeponaibl for an attractive lobby
dlaplay lo Bdvertlee Th Flack
Crook," which la being screened at
that playhouae. Surrounded by re a
light, bats tkulls. owls, etc.. sits the
devil. In full panoply. Tha papler
marhe hall, with th effect of fiery
perdition, is attracting much atten
tion. e a e
Th battle between Kd.lle Foy and
Mark Per net t has been patched up for
good. The flrht grew out or th re
quest that Foy and llmburgrr cheese.
H Is said, should mlJt for in rum,
but that's where th sho pinched. At
a result th suit started aralnat the
film company for on wek'a salary
will ba dlamlased. annonnc Foy'a at
torney. e e
Harold Iock wood haa Joined th
Ijiaky Company, according to tba lat
sl reports from the Et
a a a
The Clara Kimball Toung Corpora
tion, of whlcn Mrs. Young Is the etar.
la a tl.vOO.voa concern, with Lewis J.
Kelinick as Ita preaident and general
manager. Selsnick will supervise all
productions lo b mad from scenarios
written especially for th beautirui
a a a
Baatrla ltrheaitm alwaya cries when
he es herself n The rnwritten
iw." Hi-r tears ara shed out of an
Impersonal appreciation of her work.
and not because h wl.he ah had
never been bora or anything like that.
Valuabla publicity ha been trained
for Portland and Oregon through the
exhibition of tha Berger-Joncs color
pictures at tha National capital, aca
cording to telegtaphlc mearisges re
ceived yeaterday by the Chamber of
Commerce from members or or
ganisation now In Washington City.
Th pictures were shown In ina oau-
room of the New w liiarci oiei io
large and distinguished audience
Wednesday night, Kast night they were
again exhibited and members of Presi
dent Wilson's Cabinet viewed the
Telegrams were received from Wash
ington yesterday aa follows:
fhambw of Commerce. Portland: Plc
tnrr ah nan to capacity house of more than
l;,i fillms ballroom of th Wlllard. It
aa publicity thai could not ba bousht at
ry one and I bound to retull In bis dlv
lo'n: to oreenn. Edward A. Kilene. of
Il..ton. and ItaObl Stephen 8. Wta. of New
Tork. tha principal i.eker. Wo regard
.... B e arett nlirht fur Oregon and for
Portland. Tha combination of Lancaater.
lh ansmeer. and tha natural color pictures
captured tha audience.
Harry L. Corbett Nathan "trau. Oeonre,
r. Hrdy. Joho E. Teal. Z. bwaat. Ouy V.
Julius U Mler: Greet night for Portland
snd Oreton. Tha color picture made won
derful lniprlon. Tb new Wlllard Hotel
h. roam tu crowded to cpclty. The pic
ture mad a wonderful Impreealon. supple
mented by Incaatef personality. Dr.
Babhl Wl waa here and delivered wonder
,ul introductory --TUAX SXRACSS,
ch.mhee of rommerc. Portland: In Judr-
i.. ..i... r nubllcttr tonlrhl It should be
home in mind that the audtenc conal.ted of
deleaatea from every part of the Lnlted
ai.i.a and In addition about "i Senator and
Keprcaeotatlve. GtiOROE E- HARDT.
Higlivtajr ricturcs Shown Again.
OREGOMAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
InaTf nn. r f b. 1J. The Jonea-Borger Co
lumbia Highway pictures, shown with
ucces laal night before the United
State Chamber of Commerce, were
exhibited tonight before the Washing
ton Corr.merelnl Club.
CENSOR PLi DISCUSSED
MOTIB yiF.S MEET WITH BOARD
AD MAYOR ALBEF.
Method f Preaeatlag Fllma la Ca.t
Over, la Pre-veat Jllanaderalaad
laga II viewers M Bated.
Fo that ther would be no mlsunder-
Handing aa to the new arrangement
for motion-picture censorship, a dele
gallon of motion-picture theater peo
ple met yesterday with the Hoard of
Motion-Picture censors ana uiscusncu
t'nee tha arrangement, two or more
vlewera ara to view each film offered
for censoring. They will not report 10
the Board of Censors before making a
decision. They will have the rlgnt 10
oeee eliminations, or to condemn
piciure. The manager In charge of the
picture may appeal lo the Censor Boaru
from the decision of viewers. In no
case will the board, or any of Its mem
bers, sit as tha original viewers oi me
nintiirea. The board will serve in me
capacity of an appeal board entirely.
Mavoe Albe announced at ine meet
Ing that he has appointed Rev. Oswald
W. Taylor as a member or the ooara.
The board voted for the appointment
of 11 women and two men lo serve as
viewers, in addition to me nsi ap-
nointad at the beginning of the year.
They are: Mrs. Jay emlin. lit, ev.
Ft. P. Martin. Mrs. H. P. Coffin. Mrs. W.
H. Gilbert. Mrs. Ueorge cirong, airs.
W. A. Evana. Mrs. Bernard Hutchin
son. Xavia iiooinson. aire. i"ii
Heusner. Mrs. E. J. Meeie. aire. r.. J.
Hammond. Mr, William Robson and
Miss Clarice Biles.
ALBANY LAYMEN ANSWER
Large Delegation Will Attend Mis
ALBANY. Or.. Feb. 10. (Special.)
That Albany will have a large dele
gation at the Laymen's Missionary Con
ference In Portland was inaicaieu
th number promising to attend, fol
lowing a rousing meeting held at the
First Methodist Church here last night
i a forerunner to the conference.
Ivan B. Hhodea. O. Evert Baker and
George M. Taylor, all of Portland, ad
dressed the meeting, and great enthusi
asm was aroused. The meeting waa
In the form of a dinner with more
than 100 Albany laymen in attendance.
Pongtna Trade Club Meetings Set-TtOKERL-RG.
Or.. Feb. II. (Special.)
With a view of Increasing Interest in
Industrial club work throughout uoug
las County O. C. Brown, county super
intendent, has arranged a aeries of
meetings to be held here In March.
Practical v every aisirici in iouyuia
County will be visited. Mr. Brown will
be assisted in ina von oy . -mnne
tha new Industrial club leader.
and Miss Helen Cowglll. of the depart
ment of domestic science.
Drink Golden Cream
Specially awarded Gold Medal of Honor over all Beverages
of its kind at the
PAN -YMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF., 1915.
Absolutely Pure and Wholesome
In Bottles Only.
Call up the
Astor Company, Agents
Office, with Portland Van and Storage Co.
l.-.th and Kearney. Phone Main 5640.
The Most Important Theatrical
Event of the Season,
Thrilling Sensational Spectacular
SUIT MONEY IS OFFERED
XEW TIBS IS IAKF.X 1 AMERI
CAN LIFE ASSETS SCIT.
Atlorarya fr lockholdera Seek
Ac for Hreelvrr Against In Ion
Pacific lasnranc) Company.
An ' offer to supply money for the
suit against the Union Pacific Life
inaneanca Comoanv for the recovery
r.t tsnnort assets transferred from the
American Life St Accident Insurance
cnn,n.nv in 1914. if they mar be al
l-,l to continue with the suit they
t..e hiMtKt in the name of the re
celver for the American Life, waa made
yesterday by Attorney Whealdon and
nnniwav. aDoearlng for stockholders
n .Ka H.fnnrt romDtnV.
cie.nit Juile-a Catena Is willing to
allow the substitution of Receiver
NT W. Rountree for N. Whealdon and
others aa party plaintiff In the suit
brought in December. If It is agreeable
to the attorneys for the defense.
The merits of the substitution will
be argued before Judge Gatens Sat
The attorneys for the original plain
tiffs In the suit, to which a demurrer
was sustained by Judge Gatens last
week, say that if the order of the
Judge that the receiver onnx
suit be carried out the suit may be
a friendly, collusive affair. In which
the officials of the Union Pacific Life
will bo whitewashed.
This, In spite of the offer of the
court to allow them to sit as friends
of the court and to offer what evi
dence they have against the defend-
POSTAL SALE IS BLOWN
Quartet of Idaho Cracksmen Make
Hani of Sfore Than $1100.
COEU?t D'ALENE, Idaho, Feb. 10.
fcn.ri.il At Post Falls. Kootenai
County, the postofflce safe was blown
t 1:4a A. M. Thursday.
The safe, was wrecked and 1000 In
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stamps and more than $100 in cash
taken. Four men implicated were seen
by John Schnlzel. who was wakened
by the explosion. They were dressed
as lumberjacks. The quartet escaped
on a handcar along the railway toward
Spokane. Entrance was forced through
the front door to the jewelry store In
down arch to its normal position. It
makes walking easier, as well as prevents
the ultimate breaking
so commonly experienced by persons who
are constantly on their feet.
The Miracle Shoe relieves the foot of all strain.
It corrects any foot ills. It combines the desir
able qualities of the best shoes with its own dis
tinctive feature of the built-in arch support.
The Miracle Shoe is exceptionally neat in ap
pearance and in good taste anywhere. The price
is $6. On sale at
L29 Tenth SL
' Seliff's lNIam
4 moth Nine-Part
First time in Pic
tures First time
in the city.
which the postofflce was located.
A safe in the store coiitaininir cash
and valuable jewelry was not touched.
County authorities, postal inspectors
and Spokane police are 'working, and
expect to have the men soon.
T. J. Russell is postmaster and owncp
of th jewelry store.
wonders with the feet.
the weak or broken-
down of the arch