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TTTE MOTtVTr OREnONTAlY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1916.
SUBMARINES BE BIG
Congressional Body Learns
That American Boy Told
of German Methods.
SMALLER CRAFT HAVE USES
N-.y ( aptln Maintain .pproprl
Hon for It mII Subnu-rlnc
Will MtTl Demand for bh-l-lonttrr
ASHtV;T N. rb. u V. bii ih
If. ! il com m i tt- tolT eonttn-
itj brir n;. on in Ntjt approprl-
r.n. Tiii. th miler? commiti't f
bth hiu- rpri to bcio 4rfl
M( th tnarv thr " prup to
trtnrth th Armt. Thm mtlltry
lummitv prorMy wiU .;. n dUT -
an r'ro'-t to hh.t (hir rk. mm I
Ti.rnt W lon hmm urt-
Kf- V im i ral '.rtnt. tha vnhmarlna
rnli-nwiilr, ant ftr-l dulf f-
r r c arr-ar tl th haarlnc. tol4
K ': Kmmiir txiir that ha b-li-T--.i
tha rr.rii ti of AnrUt
an b Ti.-ri na auouM fa aanij nt and
Mv lrj- boc f a; !at t nor
f'- ii n I 4. mct bm ror t r uc trl ip tF)
f-iturt. I. M boat cf IMt na
,,.., whith baJ (tout tft nt cUnt
t wr" Th Aimtral will b faxl&rf
Kmr Ma lawtrr.
Cm ft tm Ji4uh J. Ktin, attach ad
f tft rffi of ih- h.rf of oPf
tnii a i(itn! ffr w:inL aali
tMf whi! h .nrhn.fj to bttV
nh Admiral tirn( a to th urmmtmt
ia ff ir,-f uhmarirKt o'hr or
f k ha.i rfir?rit t'h airman
li.i t rt:l4;n that Jr-Admir
rU-nFi. cfti-f rf orr a I ton watt Bt
if t h - ant w ou 11 plain hi po
Iku t thm mtnitin ljt-r.
rij'n tr Kmn r - val4 that much
af ihf Vt IvpFifnni Informal fon
m Notjt ,rfiin vuhmtrlnM had cot
f-oiTi n m- r ! r b'T ho p"r-J f
a t m tiffin cf tham in avrftv
lrvUi h-- f or ha frH !. Ml ah hl
n r iunlt f. n 1 -ur imrn -irttt r from
mtlirArv cTf... Tha tr. hoa ftarn
w riot dt -.tt, rtrjrri't to th
f ntr.r S'jt a f a ha waa at
Ii'rt.v mni rr"f to h a Tat'-taM
iou rai of In Ermal Ion. Whlla ha did
ri-t go tn'a d't.ft. afttjtp VrKtan
ait rxprt nf tha V y had Ua
ttwnr.l tha outh rloiy.
aamalWr Vota t'aa rtta4.
rir---,vEiT HrUtr. o ttlf nola.
k'd t a;t.iin M K'un If tha action of
I h iVpftmi-n t iTi cttt rart in a for 1 4
M : ' foal omall tuNmir tn tar
rnnfh io ar not ridirulovia In tha
I' CM of th In forma ton It th had
m t tha affiianrjr of ?rar rrmft.
raerrt :ca ef iMki f mat
ter rf. ttrminH hy tha cn-r toard."
artam fKan rapOad. aatd ha
h;;c? tt ha l hern toyht b-t to cat
a miny tthntaftna a r'la coi-
f.ru-fi c. nrhly. and that 'nfcriia had
ft-i-d th limit of rot for th 14 h,ta,
tnrhr limittnc thair ia. Ilo pointed
out aio ttJkl fr rht-n. a of . mlla
or tha n. bat waa fultr af
f i-tn t fr ait more o than an Srt-ton
rraft. Tt rre lTip-tT f r ahal
K w water work, ha said.
IsrAIX TO RECONQUER AMERICA THROUGH MUSIC, ART ANdI nd interfere, the aggregate ppro- rW.JTl
fashions. f rv r"' V'Jn. 3 ?(S
i, 1U0.000. which he himself fixed ome 'SJ?j -f ("Zf
S"4 i -y time eo. 1 '
. . - " Oddfellows to Grtft Official. jf jjl'iji-H
f I ' KLAMATH FALLS. Or.. Feb. 14. 1 P'CKf
(Special.) Klaraath Lofle. No. 1ST. or ; t , iMift
I S . .'' . I. "1 , Oddfellowa, will entertain Grand Mas- II xi'J
I I A " . I trr John N. Hall, of the Jurisdiction of LlV. -A im
I i - 1 . " rr' ) Master Hail l making a tour of South- j t--.f j - , '
1 j s.?. . tv. y
fi .. itSj.i : . !tl .: - ill! : IH
We've Given Trading Stamps Over 3 Years. They Please Our Patrons
Twin Sisters of Progress-Soap and Civilization
Look at Their Special Prices for 2 Days. Buy Now
Soap Is a Staple
10c White Castile Soap, 3 for. .17c
10c Maxine Elliott Buttermilk '
Soap, 3 for 17 C
5c Congo Coco Soap, 1 dozen.. 36c
10c Bon Ami, 3 for lUc
25c Poslam Soap 1 . . 17c
25c Packer's Tar Soap ..15c
10c Physician's & Surgeon's Soap 7c
25c Woodbury's Facial Soap...l9c
15c Juvenile Soap, 3 for 25c
25c Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
5c Fairy Soap, 6 for 25c
5c Grandpa's Tar Soap, 6 for. .25c
35c Mayflower Glycerine Soap. .23c
15c Liebig Skin Soap, 3 for 27c
25c Societe Hygienique Eau de
1 Gross Swift's Guest Room
L Gross Jergen's Guest Room
1 10c Vallanf s Antiseptic Skin
1 Soap, 3 for 18c
, 5c Wool Soap, 6 for 25c
10c Sayman Vegetable Soap, 3
1 0c Jergen's Butte r m i 1 k and
Cucumber, 3 for 17c
10c Jergen's Violet Glycerine
Soap, 3 for 19
25c 4711 White Rose Glycerine
Soap . ..14c
10c Mayer's Prize Baby Soap, 3 17c
10c Kirk's .Toilet Soap, assorted
odors, 3 for -17c i
10c Skat, 3 for 19c
10c Lava, 3 for ISc
50c Synol . . 3-lc
10c Wood-Lark Milled Glycerine,
4 for 25c
10c American Squares, assorted
odors, 4 for 25c
10c Stearns' Bath Tablets, 4 for 25c
Bromeley Verbena or Violet
Bath, 2 for. 25c
10c Jergen's Carnation Big Bath,
3 for ..- 25c
10c Lister's Antiseptic Soap, 4 25c
10c Palmolive Soap, 3 for 19c
25c Pear's Glycerine Soap 15c
10c Wood-Lark Oatmeal Soap, 3 19c
10c Wood-Lark Almond Cocoa
Soap, 3 for 19 c
10c Wood-Lark Glycerine Soap, 3
15c Uardas Complexion Soap, 3 29c
50c Madero Castile Soap 89c
$1.00 Bocobelli Castile Soap 76c
$1.00 Fontaine White Castile
10c Rose City Glycerine Soap. . . 6c
I ALPfT STkEET AT WEST RBX - 'MABSKALL 4-700 -HOME A 6171 J !
CANNERY IS GHQVING
M HI A UAKHIKVTUK. I'hotoKiapli ly indrOJil.
Spain l ifrgoq'rint AnriT Not by nirjri. of rannon. ir by flichtins on tho battlrfirlri. or by cnB!-n'rils
on th hlih . but throuh muilc. art and fanhinns. The coniumt of Amrrioa h rrn Rino so far as to the
thins w rat' Vrl!-!ik.! Ui.hr which w.re wont to tickle our palate, hava bi-en replaced in our favorlto restau
rant by fpanlh concoctions that are difficult to pronounce. Oni of the principal events which has sriven linpetiia
to the Spanish Inriucnce In America waa lh rrnt triumphant debut of M.irla Barrlntos. the Spanish coloratura
soprano In "l"-!." at th Metropolitan Opera-lluuse. New orlt. Soon all America will be following the cult of an-
clnt I-pain. In mu-c. lUrrlrntns and lh fn.inih opra 'T.orescas- nav taken .ew ior oy norm. in ari.
th.rv l. yrt Anl hTuli.v. In fanhion. this I pe-lally n. the shops are selling ppanifh tiarrientos com us sim
ilar lu tha onM shown In tho photos raph an. I Spanish mantellaa and shawls
dm mor tUI-f ."hioni-J dcltcaelea of the table.
liven Spanish omelettes have super.
r.aehlnr the enemr IhrouKh the North
a. call upon Mis Mairty . govern
ment to ' our navy rreeoora in
errl fuller and more effectue usa
of our sea power In the war."
DANIELS HELD MENACE
no RrTY :ut : mc to i, t
CMt Wr tMrter4 lrv
ft.itW4 Mtkrf. rntltmm M.I
r l I Una.
lNftlt W lsarQ ,V tk by tfl-
w . j Vniin, rr-..(n of ISo Nttit.un!
Nrgfiff ffti', In mn 1 trm ( th
anii s-n'i.t nf thm Kif intrft'
ctt? of at--r lvnnilttni4 hrr to
rtifirit far lantnt " u
jif-imiMDff fr NrT. pjrbt ta
I f , mtH ln-f :!mit mtttr,'f
hout f!v )ifi frm tiim St f lOB'
"tr k-m ?rtic tfcc tH t ttry ef
ri't fwt VP Vnk-'ii. "nor h b
ri tm (ft fftnM tf him t. ti4
brtns I bu mi 1 lmiutrtl lrmSrm
rK' f k3i.lac r--l mntmr&rmm.
Ut lntL mm -Q -I r(n f-r
ht pio-tttn,. titi ! rritinu la It.
no cri but Amrlv. w mut f-i It
f rrwrtrr itiw f Kk tf in Arn-rf -an
royl- w tt'ir b f tn Mr. Wtun
t r-i-ffnrf H m. rhhr f-ur ymt
n-j.tf. r-f Vf, V.lMoft frvran four jraar
m.. .f Mr P'tnia'a.
TM I of tha ffrrn! mmol lo
t w kx m r a .e tr
Me fnl manr am(N qutiti nJ
ko teu-l rar4. tmmr hi cetro of t Urn
prViLifn of our Ny a4 lt pr
nnl la a tr t- t a I aaf(y
CLOSE BLOCKADE SOUGHT
THREE REPUBLICANS FILE
m Ne r of Offlrr-Ntf Wrn, In K lam-
th ComoIt Iiu-rraiMHl.
KlJtM TII F.VIJ-S. Or. Feb II
1 1 nor ta 1. 1 Threa more l:apublleans
Uv announced their candidacy for
rnminaiion at the May primaries for
Klamath fuur.tr offices
It. A. A. Mu; la 'kin tha office
ef rountjr Coroner. lie ha rr.lded In
KUmatn Covintr f-r many Jeara and
l.o, boen actively cnaaaed In the prac
tieo of medine at both V"rt Klamath.
4 mil's north of here, and In this city,
where be I now .cnied. Krd Peter
son, the present County School Super
intendent, has said tha. he did ot
waal la b Superintendent another
term, bat today announces that he
would Ilka to fill tho office of County
.Ve.'.sor. :dna Well, who baa
lone; been corrected with the Klamath
fo'i e t y schools, ha decided to rtjn for
County School tluperinlendrnt In oppo
sition ta Ml. Iie.. Applcaate. also
Republican, w ba aanounced her candi
PENDLETON MAN IS DEAD
Flood Control to Be Battle
Cry in Congress.
ern Oregon at this time, vis'iting: the
various subordinate lodites. Tho mem
bers of Prosperity Rebekah LodRe'wIU
assist in entertaining the xlsitin? offi
cials, and friends of tho order will be
Invited to attend an open meeting; after
the official business ia concluded.
lanlon Cltlsma I rc Ooteni
. t.rsnl Nasy for Pwefr,
lrNt'"V. Ten tl A tars-ely attend
ea miller t r the parpoo of utinc
eo g o,rnmnt to vstabl .h snore e f -f-.-f
j.l l ;.M. k..U aainst tlm central
ow.r wi. t-il in le,is today.
T - d'"'!n hiB.4 on the follow.
It x r.ciuton
Trl thl. me.'lrc of Citlieas of
fc-ef.'o. ii'ct wf.h arve alaOrn the
v n - t ; a .ei, f t rnmpin'tlM
. THEY REFUSE TO EAT
M pcrio.!. in int chiidfen' lives
thry i rc!ih ct mal and rrfu.i
ir t Jt even t2;e tieiicatie prep-red to
Umpt thci pxtites. They Uck aro
fnri irt, anJ promt?, wcras impeded.
hurh CJuvr anxiety and worry.
To cotnpcl them to eat i a rve
mi tie. bc;aa nutritinet it impaired.
:hf-il eserct. in (rest, air and sun
hme U impeirtjf.t. lut ecjua"r import---it
i a spoor.ful c( So' Froulsion
lurre tirar a t!ty toed the tiiu
an 1 f AmKh ( o.lrierxy to irr prove
thctr Mood, jij ri:tr;i!on and sharpen
Th" fcih'r corsreBtr.tci ie!iciaai
Inrsl ttj Sreift'a Kunleoa serf-tie- the
very eletaerts tbt'-lreo n-n t- botI4 P
ttwir trenr. TSicy rcltvh Scott's tt ta
free frmi a.r-hcl
xou MM. Ioal-t. . J. LVM
Itoha-rt I- IHIscr. Itcl.lpnt
lany Vrsn, Pse.
rt:Mt.l.TiN. fr. eb. II. Sp
ctalt lUtbart toonard O lvr. aced .
prominent Tend eton rwaldent. r-ead
away Ihia fi'io-a after an l. n. of
tl waa born lo Iul.ville. Canada.
Keorusry . 114'. and cam lo Ml.-h.
Ct In !; In l ho tve4 to I i 11 -n-is.
(oin( I rim there lo Wi-ourL la
l: Mr. ilivrr and his family came to
lurlnc Ma reildcr.co cf almost I"
tear lo th county. Mr. o vr had boon
isitrxl ta th contraetinc ana duiio-
ln- basine. (trocery business and
lie t s irvtve.1 by a widow and two
cbl dreo. Orut and Itolard
II waa a member of Masoalo and
Voodswa af tha World lode.
SEVERAL PROJECTS LOOM
MUNITIONS PLANT BURNS
S. Iwnev-tatly Shop Cffk-iala Smy fire
llasi No hlgnlfiranrr.
SCJItVKtTAt'T. N. tVb. It. Flro
lisy virtuaiiy destroyed th bulldina;
utilised by Ih tieneeal Fleetnc Com
pany for t- manufacture of war mu-
nitioa. Th lo wi.l bo about l-"0aa
i;or y.. Cmnom, Ih jcrneraj man-
-e do not attach any slfnlficanco
to tho fire." said Mr. Kmrnone. "It
started In a small shop whero wo hav
been pitklni shells. It undoubtedly
was caused by spontaneous cvmbus
Indiana Prsreable Afsin.
pHuKNIX. Aria. Fb. 1 C Dsnssr of
an urrisiBc arnnns; i-ie .avajo inuians
has been avertd by a-rment be
tween tho Indians and (lovernment of -
fine;, sxcord n to Joseph I'll Ion.
t'nite.1 State Marshal. The Indian
had threatened to o on the warpath
hcct:.o of the biilina- r.-enly of
"T4-' r Tin." a Navajo Indian, by po-
Manlttnna Planta Issue Mrat-k.
HARTFUKfX Iaa. Feb. tlThe
Brtdpeet Itit sV Proloctll Com-
pov and ins itrtaaooorr i-totociu
Company hav aca f!lot with the Sec
retary of Stat a certifies.! of an Issue
of additional ato. k. In th ca of the
former company It amounts to Ii,oOO..
; Ihe trcreaa by the latter concern
la :)1.0 i.
riwtlcal r!"aa- sf tvs r-fe4 a.a
repr.t.tl a ..s-ua er .i"W.'..
AsttrsaH -pproprialion ffr Wairp.
wat Will Car f'.irrrri I.lmll or
$1.1.000.000, I'nlewa I'rrsl
clcnl Wllaon Interfere.
ORK(ioM.X NKWS m'RKAir. Wash-
Iticton. Feb. 14. President Wilson, un
less thwarted by Ih Senate, will bo
successful in excluding from the rivers
and harboro bill all items authorizing-
new project, but he will ha forced to
meet the "iierk" Issue from another
and unexpected direction, and his atti
tude on this issue will have to be d
veloped after Consress more fully lays
bare Its plans.
No sooner had the House of Repre
sentative been convinced that no n
project could b provided for In th
rivers wnd harbor bill than aw move
ment was rotten under way for the
creation of a new committee on flood
control. In due time this new com
mtttee was created by tho votea of
both Iw-mix-rat and Republicans, and
Representative Humphries, of Missis
ippl. on of th leadlne member of
le rtver and harbors committee, was
rhoson chairman of flood control. The
membership of the committee embodies.
In th main, members who have for
year been strucKlinc lo set appropri
ations for flood control projects In
their respective district. In the form
of amendment to river and harbor
Fbawd tea feed mil Ki peeled.
Now that tho House. has created a
new committee to deal with th sub
leci of flood control. It Is to bo pr
aumed that that committee will aet
into early action and frame up a bill
for adoption this session, making more
or lesa liberal appropriations for riood
control projects, and especially proj
ects bavins a boarlnar on tho Missis
sippi River system. Such appropria
tions were not looked on aa lesltl-
matelr a part of the rivers and har
bors bill, and much of the cry of "pork
was directed at the Items In the past
Had not the last two reul-ir rlvera and
harbors hi:ia been defeated, millions
upon million would hav been appro
priated at the past two aesslons for so
called flood control projects In the Mis
For several years the California dele-
atlon ha been seeklna: lo secure the
adoption by Consrress of a 115.000.00
project for flood control on the Sac
ramento River. Tho project wa re
jected because ef the excessive cost.
The slAte finally asrreed to stand two
thirds If the tlovernment would ap
propriate one-third. Hut this project
waa barred from the present bill, alonc
wlth other new projects.
I reject W ill He rarest Far.
The bacramento River project will
now be cared for by the new commit
tee on flood control, a Representative
Curry, of the Sacramento district. Is
ona of the Republican members of th
There are numerou other flood con
trol project scsttered over the coun
try, and soma Idea of their extent and
distribution will be conveyed when the
new committee draft and report Its
first bill 10) th House. By mean of
this bill members wantlna money for
flood control will be ahl to set It
without loading down th rlvera and
harbors bill, and th latter meaur.
to soma extent, will be relieved of the
Th creation or tni committee waa
dt-nd to 'bat tho davU around th
bush." and unlesi th President tep
(irroliniiv t'lnirt-hca Hold Knvival.
IJIIKSH AM. Or.. Feb. 14. (Special.)
Rcr. J. C Xibbltts. pastor of Bethel
Baptist Church here, opened a series
of union revival meeting in th Metho
dist Kpiscopal Church, last nlKht. which
w ill last for at least three weeks. The
iiicetlnsrs are under the auspices of the
Baptist. Methodist and Free Metho
dist churches, and will all be held In
the Lnnrmann Memorial Methodist
Kpiscopal Church, the largest church
The Dalles Business Men Give
Banquet to Company.
INDUSTRY'S PROGRESS BIG
Drl-Fresh Company In Course of
Year Extend and Erect Addi
tional Factory 11,800,000
Pounds Handled In Tear.
IlalNion trniiipflre Girl Orcmiiie.
BAM-KTiiN. Or.. Feb. 14. (Special.)
The Nahane Campfire tilrls recently
organized at Hallston. Or., met for their
first ceremonial meetlnc yesterday at
the home of th ftuardlan. Miss Doris
M. 11 IL Much enthusiasm waa ex
pressed and Indications are strons; for
a large and flourishing: camp, of which
Jane and Helen Hand. Ivle Kenworthy.
Sadl and l-ola W'lnrlsnd. Viola Could.
Rita and Ava Conner are the charter
Sandy In ion High School I Meets.
SANDY, Or, Feb. 14. (Special.) The
student body of the Sandy I'nlon lllsrh
School ha elected the following offi
cer for the ensulns: semestor: Presi
dent. S.ihra Deaton: vtce-prenldent.
Walter Helms; secretary. Gertrude Ml
nl: seraeant-at-arms. Principal War
ner. The literary society elected:
President. Kate Junker: vice-president.
Beatrice Beer: secretary. Mary Junker
seritrant-at-arms. Walter Helms. The
society gave an entertainment Friday.
t;rehnnt I.lnc-a Still Down.
C.RF.SHAM. r.. Feb. 1 4 (Special. )
The high water caused by the thaw
has abated and the storm damns to
Ihe telephone lines and electric light
lines I brlnjr repaired as rapidly a
possible. Near the gravel pit. on the
Greshara-Fairvlew road tho Multnomah
A Clackamas Mutual Telephone Com
pany' lines are a complete wreck. The
road I blocked with snow and I still
Impassable for vehicles.
ew Orleans Repairs) at Bremerton.
KEATTLK, Feb. 14. The cruiser New
Orleans arrived at the Ptiget Sound
Navy-yard last night from Mexican
waters, where she had been on duty
three months. She will undergo re
pairs thnt will re'itre 40 ilivh.
THIS DALLfcS. Or., Feb. 14. (Spe
cial.) Reallxing the substantial bene
fit, which are accruing aa a result of
the establishment of tho Drl-Fresh
Company In this city, the Business
Men's Association of Th Dallea showed
Its appreciation Saturday night by giv
ing a banquet at Hotel Dalles in honor
of tho officers and stockholders), of the
The Dri-Fresh Company, then known
. . ih. Pacini; Rvaiorating Company,
erected a plant in Tho Dalles a little
more than a year ago.
Its process of evaporating fruit and
vegetables was so successrui Ma con
ditions were so favorable to the prog
rex of the Industry that tho company
after rnnning throuch the last irui
season found it necessary to treble the
slxe of Its plant, and haa jut-t com
nleted the erection of a two-story
hniMinir. which Is said to be tho mos
modern Institution of Its kind on the
Rasssrt Attended by ISO.
The plant this year will employ from
E0 to 150 persons, depending on the
klnil of nrnriui't that is being dried. Its
annual capacity Is 10.000.000 pounds of
sreen stuff and l.SOO.UOU pounds Ol
Saturday night's banquet waa attend
rfeH hv ISn men. for it was a "Etas.'
All of the courses which were aerved
during the dinner vers made from
product which are manufactured by
the Drl-Fresh Company. including
nieiriod heets assorted vegetable soup
fried smelt with tomato sauce, fried
potatoes, creamed carrots, cherry
apple, pear, peach and spiced prune
sauce and cherry, pumpkin, pear, apple
and peach pie.
The backs of the menu cards were
Dri-Fresh. can labels.
Miort Talks Are Heard.
County JU'I-'e F. S. Gunning presided
as toastmanter. and called on the fol
lowing for short talks: Mayor .T. K.
Anderson. Circuit Judge W. L. Brad
shaw. Albert Kellinir. assistant travel
ing freight agent for the O.-W. Tt. & X.
Comuanr: W. U. McPherson. of Port
land, of tha Drl-Fresh Company: H. S.
Mathewson. of LJbby. McNeill & Llbby
Halite S. Rice, president of The Dalles
Business Men's Association; Clyde T.
Bonney. County School Superintendent;
A. R, Chase, Wasco County Agricultur
ist: Irvln B. Warner, Ctyy Superintend
ent of Schools; State Representative
J. L Kelly. G. E. Sander. J. M. Pat
terann and Manager Wittenberg, of ti.e
IT. G. Miller. F. V. Galloway, Chris
Wttle. Arthur Clarke and Dr. G. X.
Gammon were the members of a "min
strel troupe" thst entertained. Musical
numbers were given by a quartet, F. M.
Sexton. C. U. Pepper, W. V. Foster and
C. N. Roth.
PROHIBITION CASE HEARD
tirea in March, as Chief of Army En
gineers. Colonel Black lias had id;
experience in the engineering brancn
of the Army. Phould the selection bn
made by rigt of priority of service
his appointment is regarded as certain.
Beer Sold in 1015 Delivered
19 16 and Dealer Acquitted.
I-.V GRANDE, Or.. Feb. 14. (Spe
cial.) la it contrary to the prohibition
law to sell and get pay for beer in De
cember and deliver the goods in Janu
ary? That was the legal question be
fore a Circuit Court jury tonight. Will
Hamilton, a drug clerk, sold beer in
December and got his pay and offered
to deliver it any time. The young
man was taken ill and after his re
turn from the hospital in January in
structed a boy in the drugstore where
he formerly worked to set the beer in
the alley. This was done and the pur
chasers were hauling it away on a
handsled when arrested by the police.
The case drew a crowded courtroom.
Tho jury was out only a few minutes
and acquitted Hamilton. The state
will appeal tho ca.se.
Colonel Black May Rise.'
WASHINGTON. Feb. 11. Colonel
William M. Black, in charge of Fedeial
engineering works at New York, prob
ably will be selected to succeed Briga
dier-General Dan C. Kinirman. who re-
llrigadicr-General Card Dead.
WASHINGTON. Feb. H. Brigadier
General Benjamin C Card, retired,
aged 91. tlied ;it his home liero today
of uld age.
Read The Oreonian's Classified Ad.'3.
Of Dayton .'las.a lias
lt Incipicncy In our
tion by mean of tho
latest of sci-ntiflo in
strument!. These ro
suits irrounr (nto
lenses of Die highest
quality and placed In
a Shur-on or jtom'
mounting) are Rlvlni;
thousands of pn .!
eye-romfort and satisfaction.
1TITH AND WASHINGTON STREETS,
.ina-MHl KH'F.TMNO RLTtO.
Painless Parka Outlaw
Th Datl 9a-
elety- was called
stay aw the reser-
lian. Their chief
baslaes la to
laws wklik will
operate to Orlv
at the dentist
who doesn't ao a
they say ho aha II
To hear the
(hleal" den tUt
talk a boat hi s
elety yoa villi
Imagine that ha
other paroose la III thaa to work
wlflahly for Ihe pablle good. He
will tell yow that hla society la organ
ised to wroteel the wewple, whereas Ita
real k)eet la to aroteef tho dentist to
prevent any radical tooth - carpenter
ran f Irtaa th eoos ana eaoeating tne
s.rnt la the hitherto darkened mys
teries of denial practice.
ono of tho pecwliaritiea or
profession the actcrmlna-
terlea of S
I Thl Is
lion of the practitioner, whether den
tist, doctor, lawyers or what not, to
hoo the pablle away from the sacred
things which they aloae claim they
shoo Id know.
They all do It piously, covering op the
notb-eatea old banho game with Latin,
learned looks and laws.
And they me the dental, medical and
other professional aocietlea to keep the
week-kneed In line. These, after all.
are only branches of the same old tree,
and their common characteristic la to
ellng tight and protect each other. If
yoa attack one branch, yon'll qnickly
hear from all tho others.
That la why the dental society. In
srder to make an example of me. found
Ihe lawyer oolto ready to aid them In
framtns; statates to fit my ease.
We ean't let the vnlgar herd In on
par graft. ts tse wacrnwora or tne
"ethlcals." And their battle - ery la
Down with tho fellow who spills the
And yet yon can hardly blame them.
The "ethJeals" are living In an age
thoosanda af years ago, and this reso
lution to keep the secrets of the trsde
sway from prying eyea ia not merely
prldo of profeaaloa. Nor la It entirely
the straggle for existence. There' an
Interesting history to it. which I ahall
attempt to explain.
(To Bo Continued.) - Adv.!
Instant Relief from Pain, Sourness, Gases, Acidity,'
Heartburn and Dyspepsia No Waiting!
Wonder what upset your stomach
which portion of the food did the dam
Bge a0 you? Well, don't bother. If
your stomach is in a revolt; if sour.
gassy ana upsej. ana wnat. yuu jusi
ate has fermented into stubborn lumps:
head dirry and aches; belch gases and
acid and eructate undigested food;
breath foul, tongue, coated just lake
a little Pape's Diapepsin and In a few
moments you wonder what became of
the indigestion and distress.
Millions of men and women tonay
know that It is needless to have a bad
stomach. A littlo Diapepsin- occasion
ally keeps tho stomach regulated and
they eat their favorite foods without
If your stomach doesn't take care of
your liberal limit without rebellion;
if your food Is a damage instead of a
help, remember the quickest, surest and
most harmless relief is Pape's Diapep
sin which costs only fifty cents for a
large case at drugstores. It's truly
wonderful it digests food and seta
things straight, so gently and easily
that it is really astonishing. Try tt.
EL PASO ROU1H
"The Route of Lowest Altitudes'
Land of Romance
Interesting cities of San Francisco.
I,os Angeles and El Paso, Old Spanish
Missions. Orange Groves, Mountain Scen
ery. Salton Sea below sea level. Pueblo
Indians, all can be seen on this route
East via California
The rate is low. the train service Is of
"GOLDEN STATE LIMITED"
and "CALIFORNIA X"
all-steel trains between
Information at City Ticket of
fice, corner 6th and Oak sis.,
I nlon Depot or East Morrison
Knnes Broadway C7C0, A i4.
John M. feott, Oeneral t'asson-sei-