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B01U TO 'CHOOSE
Kenneth Webber Runs Away
From Divorced Mother, Re
turning to "Dad."
COURT TO LISTEN TO LAD
Jadf McCilaa Tw-frr Actio IVnd
trig Iirntiiaiion Into Chargo of
Kidnaping Mad by e-Wlfe
of Jar-ob A. Vtrbber.
Tw tan by legal action troa th
father, with whom s-yoar-old Koooelh
Wr dclara a prfr staying, d--U
iho court ordr awardtag blus
tn custody of Ms moth". young
.r raa away trom th Holy ro.
rwheot. a w n.
back to it boaw cf kit father for th
--ca,l rm idv.
!-. Gru webor eoaldrd the
ehUd bad - kidnaped and d.slrd a
warrant foe tho ifl of Jacob A. W so
Wr. th fthr. ystrdy.
-1 ul to to bor :i Uia to
bo . ' Circuit Jud
MrOlna ytrdr. "If th by
r tno'h-r. he hU stay with
w.br wt:i go to !! If " ,c
tak ta lad back, tf n. want to .tar
witH hi ftsr ad blf-rothr. a
can. and ta snota-r Bl lot fclro.
Court otlo wa delayed ponding
tr. tv. ha tried t keep tn
vmiiour la lh Buckraaa vht.
tn nitr. eeompeoid by tfnorlrr
.l.sat:. took too hor ewv from tboro
for tao s-cons ftm last Tourday.
sWtarday 13" fathr drove his a-ato-ixoouo
t tko Itoiy Oro rvnoot. '
Mr. W.oboT bad pla.?od the boy. II
foaad IS youBter play'-' a a vbcbb!
tt with ot.i.r beys and toTtt.i hlra to
lako a nd a lk mac Bin Tfcr wr
toe fo two hoar. said Mr. W.bbor
yoot-rday. oat to boy " r-luraod.
Taj. Ira k-k aiIn. dviBeuneod
tko U4. arsoarla kla fatkor door
otoa at . r.at lrla olroot KondM
morn inc. Ho Had rum away. aaiJ Mr.
Tko eMM aa miln yo.torday
morale aa4 Mra. TT.&oor. who Ho al
f--- TSirtya' "d Itawthorao
MtllM, woe to tSo ataortl !mmll-ai-:
utr tto coU:tloa kal th
ck!M ka4 b- abJj'-to- by bl ftsr
Tko Brtncil of tko Braa rVfcool
toI4 Jttdio McJi H tko lad bad
aij aowa mot Ztton f" tko
fU.r tkoa to laotkor aod ikal bo at
rar.ar wa kappir witk Hr
TNo Waor wro d;orvo4 Orlotr
Tbo rfiitd w oTi':l!iy awarded to
mota.r. M th f
ItS a aiootk for mo k. Tao rhttd
wao aot ro Ut la . ! "
m.o-. a4 k o"at lo dl.turk
tror la profrlo of th WU
Iatto Oi ra;ao A VafMeo Work.
CIBAH Wo WRECKED
c morn: ito jftmniisoi'c
AkO IJtHCa "TtTkSDr.ll-
j.Ba Low. boto aaBo at Tad. t
Poooiatf Po-o H Tally Tow
tw NWf Tk-osk Draak.
Ao Jot a Lowa too4 at Iho ntmt
on.J oaoo-.Maia otaad cf 'i'0
r.ttk a ad Core atroota. al U 1 -d
mornUi a llibt car acupto4 by
far aaoa co dowa tko otroot. It
.. a orrati. and H drl.r a4
ruunc.n oadr upll"a of kale
tM drlakias. Hof-ro tko rir .land
- tfim rtarb and
raard foil iU tat tko plaeo. Uwo
waa knoek4 4i "4 ooTrly brul4
aoat tao kis T6 thoo-ohloia otaad
-L I dock bofora wo'ro arroolo
o of ba f'tir la r-port to bao
aid Tko car bark4 out and rd
way. Ita McaKi f!lto to oa
tftotr a proid-4 by U.
Tko laj rd "a wa takoi to kl
room at tko mUm llcl and
oaroil for Kf kad Jottod dowTi tBo
ams-r of tko car. ao bo tbloka bo
4ht It. !roo Tko dwrtptloa
of tao offondlaa- aato aa4 of tkot num.
hr4 la tao rd do "t corropid
tl la tfcoat Ka tko ll-aio ta BT
Kao booa al!rod. or tbat. lo hta ot
nt'oe. J.owo mmookiii aumraia
I0VAKS SUPPORT CUMMINS
irrrxroTox. r. it. npob-
)VM of tao flrat Iowa Coeraal
ptotrlet amt boro today aad racom
Boiaatoa tko Nailoaal eoa-
AXtkotifk Sooator Cammlaa aarno
waa aot forma. ly krouskt Bp. It woo
nadoratood oeorai!y Ibo d!U
woaid op port bua far rrooldoat.
finaailer Life Daoya AJtocausl.
WASHINGTON. Fok. 1- Aa amo4
wtoat to tko oama' law. rooina
vooaol lx tkaa 1 foot loo to carro
from four ; Ufobaoya laotoad cf
I J wao lorod-ro4 t.day by taalor
nrt.-bor oo tao aottoa of otoail-a.-,.!
owt.ra on t;r t lha
AND STOP PAIN
Instant Relief With a Small
Triil Bottle of Old'
SL Jacob's OIL
kooaatioaa la pla aaly.
V ui caaa In fifty roatroa Iar.
al troatmoat. nop drotBl Ha
rabt ola your ooro. atlf . ak!a
joiBta. aad raaf comoo tataat!y. -t
Juou oil- lo a karralooo rboumatlom
liatrroot wki-k aor d.aappoiolo aad
anoo( bora tko k;a.
Liabtr ao! QmH eompUlto: Ool
a imt.l trul boltlo of olX koaool
Jarebo Ou' al tar dru olora. and la
iot a BMmo too'll bo froo from
rinniMt roia. aor.naaa aad tfr:na
r-na auffort R.uof awalto yoa. "at.
Jacobo -r" la J-4t ao tor ociaiica.
B.-irai;a. Uaibaca. bckaBa. (praiaa
SNAPSHOTS OF PBOMDfEXT
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CiRGHFOE IS TOPIC '
Necessity for Co-operation by
FAILURE CAUSE DISCUSSED
Mlaalonarlr rrora Many Imnd
TrII of rrofrtM Mado lo Pprrad
of Cbrllally and Nrd for
Trained Mra Kmphaalacd.
( in ff.nu Tt ?r
Ik.ir cropa wao dnaaJJ. Troia mer
chant, wkoiooato aad rotail dry Rood.
iro-rloo aad tardwaro woro roqolol
tionod. Casta of bordoa. came la.
horooa. aatilro and donkryt woro eol
loctrd ontll la oorao district It woold
bo dtfflc:t to f od ao animal fit for
military purpo lft. Torolco trad
wao rul oft by blorkado. so tkat wltb
lk dar.piion of tko latorrkanco of na.
tlr products comtnorclal iraaaactlons
Tko ca'.Uac to tbo color of all mm
of military ao Isfl Ikousaada dsstl
lalo. la tis cf poaro a lars pro
portion of tk popolatloo "baroly tko
out aa aist.aco. but wbon so many
braadwlna'r woro conapoiisd la abao
doa Ikolr faoaUto tko roIllr suff.r
ln was blttor la Iba onrsmo.
Uproad of Carsollaaty kkowo.
"la ail btrotoalc eator of Asia
ktlaor wsr to bo found vaollcal
conratton and cbool ir.robbm
with aw I lf. trtts after B w idoala.
tko hop of tk futar of U country.
Tboro woro 141 stations wltk I0 mla-
Siooarlc. msa and woro.o. Associatso
wtta tk woro lit otlTo bslpora.
Tboro wor 111 or-oBld cburcb. at
tand.d by cencrscstloa rctln
. ton:. Tksro wsro ii collo
aad ocaoota atland.d by aoarly li.00
pupila or Ibo malnlsBanro of tkls
ra.O'iid ootorprtso tko eatlro pooplo
contnbulsd last yr eloso lo Uso.es.
-6at appoal aaust all this roaka o
o Aro wo lo abaadoo tais work?
Suroty Ihsl would bo addin Irscrdjr
to irdr. roaciudid Mr. ir.tuf moo.
Ho spoao la Ibo moraine oa ia
Uinutar aa a Spiritual Korea. lis
ava as ta crsat adirsraary of spirit-
aa.lty la a cfcorra, tao luosy man ana
faasr woman. -Fusalaooa lo tko doain
of splrttuajlty." said Ik speaker.
Xooda IVrrtan-d Csapkallo.
II U Thompson, r.rl chairman.
op.nsd ho msotlaca J. i t.rowtnr.
of Now ltk. prosldsd durlnc tko after
noon pretrtma. ilorrl - t-ooos.
f Now Tork. dilsrod an inspirioa
adJr.s on Tao Ministers t'pportunitr
a an r.ajcationat ana nirmiM
lores." lio d.clsr.d It tko duty ol ail
tru Christian taikrrs to bo wir.ln" to
oftr bis chlUroo for orl-o aa mls-
tooartaa. II nrd tbo broadsr out
lo.k for Ik clsry. lUln- taom to
work not onty lor thsir churches, but
for lb Klns:dom of God.
-A miaiory aowadajrs jcanaot bs
aa rdlnary. common man. deciarod
JUr. I.hnea -lo must bo aa empire
baild.r. Isrlna the foundation for real
1T. J. B. Trimble, who, Fred FUhT.
of India, said, bad bea mistaken for
,anta C!aaa. sprinkled eonalderoble
ood Irtk wll In kl talk oa The Min
ister's Opportunity a a financial
Anl." lie anaouared tla coavlrtlon
Ibal mlalslers should ao tkat their
churches aro pot oo a Arm Bnanelal
beat. Aa a otarter b adrlaod all
preachers lo bsjla by aaylos tklr owi
aVelartaa Caraa Psocikoet
For speed and ability a or more to
the inlaulo tkaa aoy other ha man be
IB. Thomas Moody broke ail records
aad defied speed limit law. Ho kad
Ihe proeerbtal "creased llhtalnr
lxkln tike a snail s pace. Mr. Moody
had epeni Ii yeara In Africa. In Ihe
tfictan (onto. He related Ike history
of tbo Iark Contlneot. 118 statistics.
Its Bomber of square miles to Ibo mis
sionary. Its uespeilable name of towns
and rteer and many atartlln stories
of lh land, wltk a rapidity and famili
arity thai fairly mad hi audlenc
"Vi-nry M. Kelsey. of tk Concr
lioaal board of mission, secretary f"f
the rarlOe Coast, told of Tbo Life
nod baa a eurpose for eory man.
Jesus Christ oeser fails, ao If wo realise
tbel we bare kl spirit w should sever
fan." said Mr. Keleey.
Tko problem of tie city seals was
4is-oere4 In the addr oi j. u. rcaa
dall. who said thai b kad ear been
pastor of a -hlk-!eled and low.
nocked cburrk In CMo." tkat he
knew the difficulties thai eiTcouatered
ihe ministers aad laymen la a-sttlec
men and women interested. He ald
-the thin tkat paralyse oa I not a
rtrsr-tailed dll. but fear. We are
afraid to speak to our neliJor about
t!irlr soula" Net!e fA'th. b said,
is a clo- m Ik wheels f progress In
Day-o Pron-rasasa Aaaowojoed.
Tkls Bioralnf and afternoon s-osloot
will be hell in lha WkU Temple and
tonlchl th-r will b the fo'.iowlo.d-noT-lntlonl
tlecate of th follwln: m
munlon will tneei at for dinner
and air lh cntlr eTsr.lnr to a con
s.deratlon of taeir church share of
the rret world task. Rack denomina
tion will hao a its cuest lhlr repre
i.nitilTt on lh" teni-
Laptlsl-Tl Wblt Tempi. Twelfth
TITE TlfOKXTXO OKEGOyiATt. TUESDAT FEBRUARY 15, 1916.
MEN ATTENDING LAYMEN'S MISSIONARY CONTENTION.
I 1 Tkoaaaa Moodr.
of AfHrai 3 E.
of ootarl! 11 J
U. HaadalU of C
and Taylor streets. Dr. Herbert John
son. Tbomaa Moody.
Christian Klrst Christian. Park
and Columbia streets. President L N.
tnltsd Evanaell.al First United
EvanaelicaU Kasl tiixteenth and Pop
lar streets, Morris W. Khncs.
mends eiunnvslde Friends Church.
East Thirty-fifth and East Main
streets. 7.3 no dinner.
lAttheran St. James Lutheran
Church. West 1'ark and Jefferson
Methodist Episcopal First Metho
dist- Twelfth and Taylor streets.
Bishop Dashford. J. E. Crowther. J. B.
Motkodlst Episcopal Church South
First Methodist Episcopal tnurea
Houib. t'nlon avenue and Multnomah
treeta. Krn-t W. NafUcer.
Preebytrlan First ITesbyterlan
Church. Twelfth and Alder street. B.
Hall Vounr. A- R. Kepler. No dinner.
I'nltsd brethren Women's parlor. T.
M. C. A. building. Plshop W. U. BelL
Congregational First Congregation
al Church. Park and Madison street.
fr. II. It. Kelsey, Pr. Jamea P. Mc
Naughtop. IL F. Swart. ,
QUEEN Willi SLIPS
lElTTU: REIDECn BfltDISfii
ARK TW1STEO A?D DAMAGED.
rrasrrlr Loo 1 Eallamaled -at A boot
tllOO XIU Strip Plldeo Fllled
ra Block offer.
SEATTLE. Fb. 1 Th bluff of
Queen Ann HllL a fin residence dis
trict In lh northern part of the city,
ha begun to slip toward th sea beach,
beginning at Klnnear Park and stead
ing north a mil. At th top th earth
has subsided two Inches lo two feet
A number of houses bav been twisted,
besides those wrecked by the slide In
this district last week, and water and
gas pipe bav been broken. Large
apartment-house on tho brow of th
bluff have not been affected.
Th worst damage I confined to a
block of fllled-la ground beginning at
Olympic Piece and extending along
Ninth avenu west to Olympla Way.
Haif of th street In Ninth avenu wast
ba settled from two to five feet, and
thro larg f ram house built on th
filled-ln hlllslJe settled from alx to
Th daraag to th property win not
exceed 110.000. Th daraag to the
street Is estimated at I1S00.
Th fault Un end besld a larg
concrete apartment-bouse, from on
id of wblck th earth sank away five
feet- Th building Itself, however,
rest upon firm ground aod waa not
disturbed. Th tenant did not vacate
the apart me nt-hou, although th
owner of th three dwelling houses
which wer damaged moved oat last
wek when the settlement began.
Residents of th vicinity said the
trouble apparently waa over, as there
wa no further Indication of slide or
further settling of th ground. Work
man today began shoring up th dam
aged bouses to place them In their
former positions oa new foundations.
THEATER OWNERS SUED
irLLITA A COnI-nB FACE
ACTIO-' FOR 33O00.
f,eattl Mortgage Fereeloeer Asked
by Jrv Tork lasaraa-e Cos
paay 11 La-
tirTTt.tfL Weh Feb. 14. (Bp-
ctal.l cult to foreclose a mortgage of
IliO.OO on the Orpheura Theater ana
ii. at Third avenue and Madison
street ws begun In the Superior
Court this morning by the Nw JOT)c
Llf Insurance Company against rjuiu
van Consldlne and John W. Cons!
The company art that It losned
that sum to the defendant and Tim
othy D. Sullivan, deceased, on June 1
ii- ik. notes being secured by i
mortgage on the Seattle realty. The
complaint recite that, according to
th terms of th egreemonl. payments
of til 00 each, with Interest, were to
havo been paid on June 1. of ISIS, 111
IMT and 1H. ud t'O.OOO ou Jun 1
W. .sner, Soloist i (SI o. t- ttaaer,
blr-aa! t -
11. It ta alleged tbat the defendants
failed lo pay taxes on the property
levied for 1M4. and that the insur
ance company paid them on February
11. 1J1. with Its check for 111. 051.32.
Since June 1, 191S. no Interest has
been paid, the plaintiff recites, and
asks leave, under the terms of the loan,
to foreclose for the whole amount due
and lo sell Ihe property for a aufflcient
sum to reallzo th principal. Interest,
taxes paid and 1 10.000 attorney fee.
JUDGE'S SEAT ASSAILED
ERROR IX rETTnOX USED AT BE
' CALL I CITED.
Qaeatlaa Raised la Head River Ceaaty
Over lacambeaey of George
R. Caalaer. '
HOOD RIVER. Or., Feb. 14. (Spe
cial.) Because tho petition of electors
who placed his nam on the ballot in
1S1J, when on November 4 h was
chosen at a recall election to supersede
George R. Castner a County Judge,
stated that Judge Castner's time would
xplra on th first Mondar In January.
11T. th opinion n been expressed
her today that Judge K. E. Stanton
was not regularly elected and that his
term of incumbency ha not been legal.
According to a constitutional amend
ment adopted through an Initiative bill
by popular vote In November. 1910. the
term of all Judicial officers extend
over a period of alx yeara. Judge Cast
ner waa elected In 1912 and hi term of
office extended until January. 1013. It
Is argued by those who doubt th legal
ity of the tenure of office of Judge
Stanton tbat the recall petition hould
hav embodied the correct dates of the
unexpired term of Judga Castner's
Judge Stanton this afternoon. In de
nying street rumors to the ffect that
be had taken notice of the discrepancy
in the petition that made blm a candi
date at the recall election and would
be a candidate for the County Judge
ship at th coming primaries, declared
that In his mind th error of th pe
tition would hav no effect, and that
his term of office would extend until
FROST REACHES FLORIDA
One of Winter'a Coldest Waves
Strep Atlantic? State.
WAKISTNOTON. lab. 14. Ona of th
rioter's severest cold waves gripped
th AUantlo state today,
nlaca was Canton. N. T,
with tt de-
grees below aero.
At Pensaoola, Fla, the
reached the free sing point.
YV. J. Xleolla Dead.
PHILADELPHIA. Feb. 14. William
Jasper Nlcholl. author and a widely,
known civil and mining engineer,
dropped dead her in th Art Club, He
waa J year oicl .
BEST COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN
PLEASANT MP SAFE TO TAKE
ChamberUin'. Cough Remedy Is a Favorite With the Mothers
of Young Children and Has Well Merited
Their Confidence and Esteem.
Chamberlains Cough Remedy 1 es
pecially suited to the coughs, colds and
croup Incident to children, as it is
prompt and effectual in It cures, en
tirely harmless. It contains no opium
In any form, and is quite pleasant to
Mra Edward Trace, J04 Gorhara St,
Canandalgua, N. Y write, Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy helped my little
girl a great deal last Spring when
she had whooping cough. Before he
took this medicine she wa unable to
sleep night and I wa up with her at
all hours. Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy keep th cough loose and expeo
toratlon easy and renders the fits of
cot'ghing lee freinent and less severe.
1 kf.w It Is safe to take and It agrees
Ease of entrance and
exit is not the least of
the attractions of these
The doors are of standard Hmouslr.a
helerht. They open at a touch of the
handles, and awing wide. The windows
are adjustable) for ventilation yet there
Is clear vision on all sides. Lpholstery
and fittings are all In good taste.
The tire mileage Is unusually high.
The price of the Winter Touring Car or Roadster,
complete. Including- regular mohair top,
la $950 (f. o. b. Detroit).
The price of the Touring Car or Roadster com
plete is $785 tf. p. b. Detroit).
COVEY MOTOR CAR CO.
Washington at 2 1st Portland, Or.
WAIFS MOTHER HELD
Story of Battle Against Sordid
FIGHT TO KEEP BABE LOST
Woman Describe How, TJncared
"For, She Sought Refuge for Birth
of Her Cliild and of Efforts to
Provide by Seeking Alms.
The mother of the infant boy desert
ed in Meier & Frank' nursery Satur
day afternoon, and since cared for at
the Waverly Baby Home, has been
found. Her name is Mrs. Florence
Walker, her age 82. and she was taken
in charge for vagrancy yesterday. Mrs.
r- BaM.in of the Women Pro-
.tive Bureau. Is caring
woman. ' . ,
Florence Walker'a narrative
.-H nnvertV. She Wa
somewhere in the East, and saya she
ha a divorce. She worked as a do
mestic but sought employment most
of th time.
When the time arrived for her to
face maternity she was penniless and
on tho road east of Montavilla. one
walked to Rocky Butte, she say., and
found sanctuary in a farmhouse. With
out medical attendance, and without
care, ahe gave birth to her boy Next
day she rose and walked toward Port
land carrying the child. This was
about three weeks ago.
For two weeks the mother wander;
bout the city, telling her pitiful ex
perience, and asking alms. Saturday
afternoon, under a fictitious name, she
deserted the baby in Meier & Frank a
DUThen sho resumed her alms seeking
and was picked up as a vagrant. In
the office of the Women's Protective
Bureau she told her story.
Miss Morse, superintendent of the
Waverly Baby Home. Is positive there
never was a nicer child.
"It's a very nice baby." she said, and
we're always glad to get nice babies.
VIRGINIAN " DROPS $5000
Another Man looses in Fake
Swindle In Florida.
rprw TORK. Feb. 9. A Baltimore
dlSSSito tt. New Toric Morning
TsftUnf infective head,uarter. to
day. Nef. G. Nelson, a piano manufac
turer, of Clarksburg. W. Va. tolJ the
story of how he had been awindled out
of $5000 in a fake racetrack swind le
that began separating him from his
savings in Saoford. Fla.. last Thurs
dav and contl.d until th separation
with children a well as adults. I glad
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Mrs. J. W. Wilcox. 98 East Union St..
Newark ' X Y writes. "Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is the best medicine to
give children for colds and coughs of
anything I know of. I have used it in
my family off and on for eight years
and th results have been satisfactory
every time." ,
Mrs. Harvey Randall. Victor, N. T.,
writes. "It is all of four years ago that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was first
used In our family by one of my chil
dren who had a severe cold aad dread
fuA cough. It was the only medicine
that helped him and the results oo
tatned were so sausiactory mai.
always buy It In preferenoe to
became an amputation in Baltimore last
He had gone to Longwood, Fla., with
the view of purchasing some land,
where he met a man who said he was
D. L. Groves. In a park in Longwood
Groves pointed out a man who, he said,
was named Caswell, and waa manager
for a racing stable '
WHY HAIR FALLS OUT f
Dandruff causes a feverish irritation
of tho scaln. the hair roots shrink, loos
en and then the hair comes out fast To
ston falling hair at once and na tne
scalp of every particle of dandruff, get
a 25--ent bottle of Danderlne at any
drug store, pour a little In your band
and ruh well Into the scalp. After a
few applications all dandruff disappears
and the hair stops coming out.
If Cross, Bilious. Sick, Feverish,
or Full of Cold. Take
'California Syrup of Figs" Can't
Harm Tender Stomach,
Children love this "fruit laxative,"
and nothing else clean -s the tender
stomach, liver and bowels so nicely.
A child simply will not stop playing
to empty the bowels, and the result is
they Lecome . tightly clogged with
waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach
sours, then .-our little one becomes
cross, half-sick, feverish, don't eat
sleep or act naturally, breath is bad,
syatem full of cold, has sore throat
stomach a -he or diarrhoea. Listen,
Mother! See If tcngue is coated, then
give a teaspoonfui of "California Syrup
of Figs.' and in a few hours all the
constipated waste, sour bilo and undi
gested food passes' out of the system,
and you have a well, playful child
Al.. lions of mothers give "California
Syrup of Figs" becaus- it is perfeotly
harmless; children lov it and it never
falls to act on the jtomach, liver and
Ask your drug -1st for a BO-cen bot
tle of "California Syrup of Figs." which
has full directions for. babies, chil-ren
of all ajes and for grown-ups plainly
printed on the ttie. Be .aro of coun
terfeits sold here. Get tho genuine,
made by "California Fig Syrup Com
pany." Refuse any other kind with con
Va Remedied at Home A
"6088" (Sixty-Elehty-Eteht) acts
like the waters of Hot Sprines and
other famous Rheumatism and
Chronic Skin Eruption resorts and
sanatorinms. l eliminates the causes.
No Costly Sana tori am Trips Needed
Don't do yourself the injustice of
suffering from Rheumatism and run
the risk of the deformities Rheuma
tism often causes. Go to your drug
gist and eet
funded t one by yonr hui-
own uiui,"- "
taken according- to direc
tions, is absolutely harm
less. UHIWIIU BU ii.,,..-
Write for valaable book.
"Medical Advice on Kheu
w.riRm." whether you use
TA aoaa or sot. It enable
& too to detect, treat and
Pi r e 1 1 e v Inflammatory.
Chrome arucoiar u
MATT. J. JOHNSON CO.
Dsot-X St. rl. mi
8 It vut relieve yonr RheumtiBm--rt mort TA
error, beneficial In cases of ronickin H
Eruptions. Bilion.nes or ladigeatjoo, &
or yonr money will be re- V.
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CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
lU, and Sunday. pwllBe.
One time " '.V-Lii l2
Same ad two consecutive time Jio
Same ad three consecutive
Kama ad six or seven consecutive times, .one
The above rate, apply to advertisement.
nndVr evr Today- aod all other classifi
cations escept the foUowingf s
situations Wanted .Male.
Situation. Wanted f emale,
lor Kent. Rooms l'rivate Famine.
Board and Boom l'rivate Fanjlllee.
llousekeepins Kooms Private tamille.
Bate on tile above classification, is t cents
a line each insertion.
On "charae" advertisements chars ee will
be bssed oa tl number of line appeartBK
ta tfr paper resardiess of the number of
words In each line. Minimum charge, two
"rhi Oreitonlan will accept classified ad
vertisements over the telephone, provided
h. advertiser is a subscriber to either
phon NoTrlce' wiU be Quoted over the
f hone, but bill "ill be rendered tbeJZ"
Fne day. whether subsequent advertise
ment, will be accepted over the phone de
pends upon the promptness of Payment of
telephone advertisements, situations Wanted
and Personal advertisements wiU not be ac
cepted over the telephone. Orders for one
Insertion enlv will be accepted for "Furni
tore fcr Mle," "Business Opportunitios,
min House." and "Wanted to Kent."
Telephone: Main 30 0, A 609S.
Advertisement to receive proper clajwi
fleation must be in The Oreeonian oflico
before 8:45 o'clock at nicht. except Satur
d"y. Closing hour for The bunday Ore
SSnhin will be 7:80 o'clock Saturday night.
The o -e will be open nnti 10 o'clock F. M.
is usual, and all ad received too late for
prop classification will be run under the
rTeaaing "Too l-te to Classify."
Phone Yonr Want Ads to
Main 7070 A 6093
KRAMER In this city. February 14, at
his late residence. 5020 Forty-second street
Southeast, Willis Kramer, aged 04 years;
father of Mrs, Ella Dawson, this clty,
and Mi3 Mildred Kramer, of Multnomali.
Or Tlie remains are at the parlors or
East yide Fureral Directors. Funeral
notice in later Issue.
WADDLE In this city. February 14. Sam
uel Waddle, a;ed 80 years, late of lu.
Multnomah street. The remains are at
the residence establishment of J. T Fl n ley
it Son. Montgomery at Hfth. notice oi
MONTGOMERY In this city. February 14,
at his late residence. 415 Kellogs street.
William 1j. Montgomery, aged S3 'e.a"
- The remains are at the residence estab
lishment of J. P. Finley & Son. Mont
gomery at Fifth. '
W1NTERSTEKX February 13, at the resi
dence. 315 East Fiftieth street. May V n
tersteen. beloved wife of Henry C. w ln
tersteen. Kemains at the parlors of Miller
& Tracey. Funeral notice later.
WARFIEI.D In this city. February IS. at
;;ilu Stark street. David J. Warfield.
aged" oti years. 4 months and. 10 days:
husband of Mrs. Sadie K. Warfield and
father of George Warfield. He also leaves
one sister and one brother. The funeral
services will ho held at the conservatory
chapel of F. S. Dunninir, Inc., East side
Funeral Directors. "41 4 East Alder street,
at 2 P. M. today (Tuesday) under tile
auspices of the Loyal Order of Moose or
which the deceased was a member.
Friends invited. Interment Kivervlew
TYROiIl In this city. February 18, st his
late residence. 59 North Twentieth street
Ernest A Tyroll. SKed 37 years; husband
of Helene Tyroll and father of Helena
Mathilda Tyroll. The funeral services
will be held Wednesday. February lb. at
2 SO o'clock F. M., at the residence es-
tabllshment of J. F. Finley & Son. Mont
gomery at Fifth. Friends Invited. serv
ices at the Portland Crematorium pri
vate. San Francisco, Cal.. papers please
ROBINSON In this city. February 12, at
the family residence. 985 Hawthorne ave
nue. James B. Robinson, beloved husband
of Jeanette Robinson and father or
James Kenneth and Donald Morrow Rob
inson. The funeral services will be held .
Thursday February 17, at 2:o0 o ciock
P M at the residence establishment or
j' P Finley & Son, Montgomery at Fifth.
Friends invited. Kindly omit flowers.
ENYART In this city. February 14, Ben
jamin C. Enyart, aged 75 years. Tho
funeral services will be held -Wednesday,
February 16, at 1 o'clock P. M . at the
residence establishment of J. P. Finley
4 Son. Montgomery at Fifth. Friends
Invited. Interment at Riverview Ceme
NICOI.L At the family residence. $S
Chapman street. February 14. Minnie E.
Nlcoll. aged 4 years 7 months 20 daj'.
beloved wife of Brydon H. Nlcoll. Friends
. invited to attend funeral services, which
will be held at the above residence at
1-30 P. M. tomorrow (Wednesday), Feb
ruary 1(5. Interment Riverview Cemetery.
SHRPEOGER The funeral services of the
late Charles Sharpepeer, aged .9. w",0
died February 13. will be held at Hoi-man-s
funeral parlors at 10 A. M. tomor
row (Wednesday). February lb. Inter
ment Multnomah Cemetery.
KELLY PRIvate funeral services will be
held over the remains of Patrick Kelly,
who died February 4, 1916. aged 71 years,
at Mount Scott Park Cemetery crema
torium chapel on Tuesday at 11 A. M.
O'NEIL In this city. February 14. Timothy
O'Neil. aged 78 years. Private services
will be held in Mount Scott Park Ceme
tary crematorium chapel on Tuesday at
10 A. M. Incineration to follow.
Tears of Experience Has Enabled
This Firm to Give TOtf
This modern establishment with
its conveniences, including a se
cluded driveway, insures absolute
privacy, causing in no way a de
parture from an established pol
icy of moderate prices."
Experienced Woman Attendant
J. P. FINLEY & SON
Montgomery at Fifth.
Main 9. A 1599.
MR EDWARD EOLMAN, th leading
funeral director. 220 Third street, corner
S.S. Lady asshuant. A 1511. Mala 60?.
F. S. DUNNING, INC
Esst Side Funeral Director. 41 East
Alder street. East 52. B 2525.
A R ZEL.LER CO.. 592 WILLIAMS AVE.
Bait 1038. C 1088. Lady attendant.
Day and night service.
DUNNING & M'ENTEE funeral directors.
Roadway and Pine. Phone Broadway 430,
A 4558. Lady attendant
MILLER A TRACEY, Independent funeral
directors. Funerals as low as 120, 40, S60.
Washington and Ella sts. Main 2631. A 7883.
BREEZE A SNOOK, Sunnysldo Parlors;
auto hearse. 1026 Belmont. Tab. 1258, B. lie
"SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, 3d
snd Clay. M. 4168. A 232L Lady attendant.
p L. LERCH. East 11th and Clay streets
1 Lsov assistant. East 7S1.
R V. BYRNES. Vv tlllsms ana inott.
East 1115. C 1943. Lady attendant.
MARTIN & FORBES CO.. florists, 347
Washlngtcn. Main 269, A 26. Flowers
for all oc.-aslons artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROsTf!orists. 2S7 Morrison st.
Main or A 165. Fine flowers and floral
designs. No branch stores.
MAX M. 6MITH- Main T215. A 3121. Sell-;
ing bldg.. 6th and Alder sts.
TONSETH FLORAL CO , -'S3 Washington
st.. bet. 4th and 5th. Main 5102. A 1101.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS, 264-263 4th
St.. opposite City Hall. Main S56. Philip
Neu eXSons for memorials.