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TUT. MOKNINO OREGOXIA3?. TUESDAY. FEBTitTATtY 1.1. 1916.
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r..a to Japan and It was dacldad. ow
inc lo tha dancer of tha dmpalch of
rold by ea. to atk Kutala to aand
Iba Bf't.ary apecla lo Japan and
credit Kutaia with a aimllar amount
In London. With Inflnlta pracaullon
tha itold waa convoyed from t'atrocrad
lo Vladito.tok. whera tha Japaneaa
craiaera, bratily cuarded. wera wait
tnc and from w hencn thay aalled with
thair pracloua burden to Maliuru. At
lha lima t:ma and by tha aama maana
Kutaia forwarded to Japan a icreat
quart. ty of ailcrr Incota deatlnrd lor
iba Japaneta national rotu. at iwakl.
t'ndar tha direction of Kuttlan aipeitt
they will ba mada Into Ruaalan a:lver
coma lor circulation In lha Kutalan
mplra. Tha sold tpecia Importation
waa aatlmatcd at .0.00.000 yen. or
Arcordlnc to Information at Toklo.
lha forthcomln voyaa of th Toklwa
and Chltota lo tha I'nlted titatea or
MR. BURNETT FILES
BRANSON'S FATE IS
IN HANDS OF JURY
Supreme Court Justice Asks
Defense Attacks Prosecution
fcr Intimating Existence of
CANDIDATE IS NATIVE SON
Juhl and Fearloa AdnilnNtratlou
of Law" I Hopan Ilo Itc
jorta IW Printed on nallnt
Follow Ins Ills Name.
RELATIVES WEEP IN COURT
. ! ft "1 tl i- i . ,., ,,,jieiai"KiiaMr
aTadff IVrlt In.trwt Jnmr That
Important Qnrtkn tn Be Ix-cld-rd
I twtttrr rxfeodant
rVC(rd to kill nootb.
JOfTWVTIJ.E. Or. Feb. 1 Sp
rial. The rat of Ai Iwth and
WUltarn rranton, chare.d wi'h the
lur-1r of Wi I am Iioo'h al Wlilamm
tMf I. .rl l too Jury al a
rlo.- tenia" M.
Attrny 11. A. Ktikt. attlttlnc th
irnwulinn. opened th batt:e fr th
cat this m-rnlB. Ha Impress. upon
h mindt of r Jury an undertta-vdinaT
a li I ha nnii. for lha crime. Ha as
plain- tat It waa M! et-etel of the
p rowq' inQ .- prove ad'itery on lha
iart of th d'fn!nt. They how-
er. int'il to how lhat the rela
tion, wera of an Intimate character.
Jm. li.r-W.e immediately p'
al'l la sl1 the ce for lha da.
f.r.a ail in repty astte'a ere-im-nt
birt.fr attacked tr .r..aa".ion for
method n.d in the trial. dc;arlea
t a t:.Jnc howine lha relation,
t-'a.-n i.-er.o and .VI ra llooth o ba
foot:nu!nr. ha ridiculed ha
lion. ft rc. "If lha fira of If: pro.e
c jti. -n tt ) han i-:rne. on certain ether
r.r. ' wn r:af4 tt.rimcny al this
l-ai. a rru.-n "'' '" eonld
-a rr.,1- ha we mad acam.t lea
Imrir- At-8-r purdetl pt-a for
t-.ir iiSaeaiinn. Vr. and 11". Arthur
i-r.m. ffr and mother of tha de-f-r
i-.nl. broke down and rrl'd. Uir
jimaff of is prttontr. sobbed
Tha trfinitiK on boll side were
rirnpl.td J-il tfr adjournment for
Tha . afternoon waa confined ! the
rl-d:R- of A'lorn.f Vinton for lha
J.f.n.a. an! t'l.f-..! AttrnT It I.
Connor, t'itr.rl.-t Attorney Connor mada
lha final ifjum.m.
Jud Hit inttrjrttd tha )rT thnt
lha important I tlo they had l de.
ctla wt.t whether tha dfeidnt Uran
aa i1 M'. Tooth, tha ra-ii t'MlinL
art.d injath.r In lha f urthar r. of a
com-nn di,-n In tha alleged niard-r
f ni;;um I.mth.
jitrw rotrricAi. ociirrT nr.Lirrr.o
roRoniTo ori-oaK mrimrTr.
fa.tial rarall-aaal la
Sta-naara Art 1-l
ion, bal Sm
fpKAxr, . 11 ria tvrutach
C.-:.hf. Garman-Amarl'-an ao
ciaty rcnt!)r rsanU-d hra for po-lita-
al and o. lal purpoa. i!l ba an
acliva factor la tha Kail el-rtlona. c
cerd:n I. prvaiin-at mmbr ol lha
rcaataeion. . apra.d lhm
l'ijr on tha purpo.a of tha ro
cl'tj. Tha o.-tt ha. at pr.nt !
In.m6.-ra. but tp-ta lo nroll 5
-nmhara la i:trn Vahlnton.
-w B:la at ha aol 'l mada known
tur poiltKal lrara a all haa our
n prlT'a ?tnion rSJir1inc tha
.r.T National AdmlnLCration." taid
Ma't iaunjartnr. traurr of lha or
t.niulion. II" d-cUrad tha l-al o
ritr l aif:itd ith tha .National
That lha new aority a political
littty will b dir-cid toward a IC"r
u. attack on tha VI!.n Adminf.tra
lion. b-rtiw of tha Administration"
,unl on diplnmxii' qationa nol
ln tha I'm tad) l'ata and ;rman. It
lha cnaral Impraaaion In local politi
OTlBEl SEND GOLD
niiJta -: "ro "ri. rt i
HOIKT TO lmiC.
las lolaraalltMtal I laaacial Trtt.tr.
flaw I adar May la llaataw Oal
. awl far ar nwapllaa.
TKI Jan. I J. CrTapnndrwa of
INa -nclta. Ta 1 1 uaa Inl'IM
t aal financial tran-a- tl.o ara ha.
i.,j carried oul llrooll lha Iran.por
r.flon of Eid n tha J?mn rrnir
T.-ktwa and htrn-a. wh. tl will awn
, l for tha t nitad -Maiaa on n finaw
rial mi-.ion coonactrd wi'hi lha fir-
pi-Mn of war auppuaa n -i.ta.
li-lttr. owcl a aoid .acla hal-
BABY GIRL'S FACE
MASS OF SCALES
CctWcrse. Sprtri Into H'rand
Don Chest. Slept Bad?. Ha.'r
Became Thin and Dry..
SOAP AND OINTMENT
-TThao mr bnbr r'-'d m a a-ontb oid 1
t m ia aotlcw a allshl branaina oal on bar
far and Dark. TtUr.kln It waa Barrl-' n
taby raaa I roeeir.ard wlr.a cooudos aonn
aa. pwVr. TTta nr.cn-. lo do no good
au4 tea raatt tcati'y o4 tuna 11 tpciwd
lnb bcr kalr aad do a a bar chaat and lha
iia aaa Imi and tnfiaomt. ha -rratrbad
kc fica and nark conUauaJlr and aaa try
tmtaMa and alp ta.ity. liar hair bcina
Itua uia dry nod bar facw aaa a cm of
"Tta Iroobi ktatad ahout two monthw
My toother bad untj Cutlcom Soap and
Otsetnant aa I o both. Tha Brat appOra
lioa afford-d ra relief nd to two waraa
lha braaklrc out ti diaarpearad and aha
waaroropleaaly healed.- iManedi t-t
Kna. IWnrkttr. Moal-. Au- II. 114.
Sample Each Free by Mail
W It rj-p. ia "oc oa -aqtwtrt. A
draaa poat rard -Catleaew. IWal. T. --at-a."
aoU l&rouavovrt Ua worU- - . .
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I at I lea ltrit II. Rartrtt. VII
II aa filed lar Heaaatlaa tlaa.
farada la for tha porpota of irantporl
ln o!d apecla ln behalf of Hu.aia and
tha embarkation In America of qutn
titlea of material for tha manufae
tore of war tupplla. Tha Idea la to
batten lha turnin out of tupplltt by
Japan for I'.t't.la.
33 CAPTURED. IN RAID
llraty IUII Ictnani1cl of Allrrrtl
(rambler In Alwrtlern.
APf:r.nrr;s. wah, rah. u np-
ciat Thirty-threw men wera taken
Into cuttody In a ratd on an allaead
lamb.'lnr ptara hera yatlerday morn
la'. Three of them ara helj on haary
bait, wblla tha othera will ba called
aa wltn-aeea. Charlea Johnton. wa:l
known hare. I held on bail on a
chirre of oaratmc tha place.
Caard Colhera. accuted aa a dealer,
la heid o b;l and Charlea ard-
rier. tald to ba cathtrr for tha houte.
It beid on llTa balL Tha trial will
coma enm limt thla week, alther In
lha Pollro or Juttlea Court, depend
ent on whether tha men ara trld un-d-r
tha ciiy ordinanca or onder tha
DRINKE RDEFIES COURT
lUlrr Man Itrfaaca to Tcatlfy nd
Scckt llabraa Corpn Wril-
p.Ki;n. Or.. Feb. I Spaclat )
Faclnc a aentenca of dara and a
Dea of impoaed thla niornlns by
Jattlca of tha Teaca Hubbard, becaut
ha rafu.ed to tell wbera ha not tha
liquor that made him drunk In Maker
la.t month. Charlea Blackwell wlU de
mand thai he ba releaaed. Ill attor
ney Frank II. Mitchell, announced to
day that ha will file a wrlj of babe
Tha atale and National conatltutlonal
rlKht of refutAl to teetlly ecept under
a guarantee of completa Immunity will
be made tha bal for lha writ.
Mr. Wltrhell aald thai If neceaaary
tha ca would be carried to lha Su
preme Court to teat thl phaaa of tha
BABY FALLS INTO FIRE
(lilld Topple From Ilocklns Oialr
In Ttnt of Klrrplacr.
rtlKKAU.o. Waeh.. Feb. 14 (Spe
cial The year-old eon of Mr. and
Mr IV a ley :ter. whoaa home la on
oal 'rk. waa perhape fatally burned
jr.terday. when ha fell from a rockin
chir Into the fireplace.
tm. arm. one aide of lha head and
mu. h of lha child a body wera terribly
Klamath Women to .Aid Cmpln.
KLAMATH TAL.LA Or FeK !.
Tha local Woman a Chritttan Tempar
anre I nion will attltt In lha National
rampaicn to procure an amendment lo
the Coneiltutlon prohlbltlns lha manu
fa.ture and -le of ntoi-atlnii lnuor
for beyeraca purpoeea. Felitiona are
bclna prepared for rlrrolallon hera.
alter whl. h they wl.l be forwarded to
lie Oreon Concre.elonal dflearatlon.
8ALE1I. Or.. Feb. 14. (Special.
Ju.tlce ;rorira HurnetU of thl-
city, today filed with Secretary of
Plata Olcolt lil declaration of candi
dacy for renomination on the Repub
lican ticket to the Supremo Court, and
aeka that there bo printed after hit
name on tha ballot the alo:n: "J""
and fearleaa admlnlttratlon of the law."
Accompanying hl declaration. Ju
tlca llurneti filed a etatement In which
he tayt that. If renominated and re
elected: "I will alrictly obey the re
qulremanta of my oath of office to
aupport the Conttltutlon of the United
Statea and Of the atale of Orrron. and
faithfully and Impartially discharge
lha dutl'a of a Judge of the Supreme
Court of Ihla atate aTordlnc to the
beat of my ability. Tha will of the
people la enpretted In the conttltutlon
and lawa. and the courts should cour
aireootly enforce them.
eorre II. liumett, who haa succeaa
fully filled the offices of Justice of the
Supreme Court Circuit Judare for
yrara. was born In Yamhill County,
near McMlnnvllle. May S. K5J. fntll
he was nine years of ae he wa
reared on a farm, when his parent
removed lo McMlnnyllle. In the Fall
of 1171 ba entered Chrlttlan Collece
al Monmouth, graduating In June. 1STJ.
and bein honored at graduation by
delirerlng the Greek salutatory.
In MTl he penl six months of hi
time leaching school at Sheridan. In the
Fail of thai year removing to Salem,
whera he entered the office of 5II
lory A Shaw to tudy law. In Decem
ber. ITS. he waa admitted to the bar.
and tha following year was elected
IToseculing Attorney aualnat W. M.
Itamaey. In l'TI he formed a partner
ship with J. J. Shaw, of Salem. In
mo he was elected aa a member of the
Salem City Council and waa one of
It mot active and efficient member.
December 31. lilt, be married Mls
Myra licit, of Salem.
GIRL SOBS OUT STORY
ATTKMPTKD ATTACK RELATrD OT
TA D i BIKF.R CAF
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Taaag Wosaaa Telia llatv, Maaaled.
ha Oalwllled Maa After Defying
lllaa la Taa Bevalver.
BAKKR. Or. fb. It. (Special.)
Sobbing out the story of how Fred
Heno. revolver In hand, halted her
aa the wa riding to ner home in Pixie
last AuculL Miea F-leanor citorle In
court thla afternoon related how aho
outwitted tha man and escaped. Iteno
I accused of an attempted statutory
offence. Ml.i Stone fare was pale
and showed her euppreaed excitement.
t'ntll tha Tltal quettlon of Reno"
demands were related he kept hertelf
composed, although frequently dartlni?
glances of acorn at the man. but when
he was forced to repeat rerbatlm the
words tpoken to her by Keno aho broke
lue to the nature of the cose, a
clotrd sctalon was held durinir Miss
Storle'a testimony, by order of Judge
Mit torle said that when Heno flrt
emerged from a curve In the road,
gratplng her hore by the bridle wltn
hla right bond and menacing her with
a revolver held in his left, she thouahl
he wanted her watch. Then, realizing
his Intention. he refuted to dismount,
darlnu her aallant to kill her. and
urged lier honte forward until Iteno
waa finally thrown aside, allowing her
She told of seeing him afterward,
when a poe composed of threshing
hands on the Sid Slorle ranch bad cap
tured him. and ld'-ntlflcd Mm.
Iteno. on the stand, denied that he
had uttered the word ascribed to him.
saying that he could not because he
spoke French almost entirely. He
tried to show that he waa Innocent,
and that after he waa captured men
with a rope made threat to lynch him.
but he was saved by other.
Tha caae will be concluded tomorrow.
Cornelia AM r'reedmen.
CORVKIjrS. Or. Feb. 1 4 (Special.)
Lincoln's birthday was fittingly ob
served at tha Methodist Church here on
Sunday. Hev. Mr. Crosier, tha pastor,
delivered a Lincoln address In the
morning and a patriotic programme
waa rendered In lha evening. A col
lection was taken for the frecdmen'
Conrad P OUon Annnuner Hi Candidacy for State Senator Kentucky
Mick Oppoae V ire-President Marshall Andy Vaurhn Receptive Can
didate for ConaUhlr.
ANNoCNCKMKNT of his candidacy
.r tha Hepublican nomination
for Stale Senator from Multno
mah lonntr w made je.tcrday by
Conrad I, niton. Portland attorney and
member cf tha lower hou In both
tha lll and ll Legislatures.
II I Ihe third candidal formally
In i-ia rare for tha fl vacancies In
the Miltnomah County Senatorial con
t.nsent. Itobert S. Farrell. Incumbent
nd V. II. Hansom are lb other two.
Una C. Moter and I. S. Ir re a good
at announced, however, for re-eiectlon.
In the IJll tsion. Mr. Olson was
chairman of the resolutions committee
of the House and a member of the
udidary commlttaV. He wa on of
the Hepublican floor leaders. In 114
h waa ra-elected with the third high
.tl vote among 1J successful candi
ditea. He wa chairman of the Ju
diciary commute of the llouae In IMS.
At th clot of th session Governor
Withy-ombe appointed him on a com
mission to rels the Insurance code,
lie is now counsel for this commission.
-I hav no long programme to announce.--
read Mr. Olsons platform,
-believing that a member should de
vot mot of bis tlm to securing econ
omy In appropriation and th limiting
of th enactment of naw legislation.
I wlh to ait In every way possible
ny practicable legislation that will
det the resources of Oregon and
promote manufacturing. I eubmlt to
lha voters of this county my record In
the tast two Legislature and assure
them that In the future t shall con
uaiM ie fit cj feast el: or la Xor aa
r..ni f. Ola. Wit II aa Aa- I
aewaeed IIU Caadldacy for lb I
J Hepabllcaa aatlaatlaa far I
Utate trttltr Kraal Malt aama It
economical and efficient session and a
tquar deal to all."
The Kentucky Kllck. a Pemocratlc
Col tK'r.1 xsTjf n"'ri aa 1'erUaudt a
Cheerful Prosperity Crusaders
See the Baker, with his flag unfurled, leading his hosts in white!
These are they who are employed by the Pacific Coast Biscuit
Company the largest pure food concern on the Coast and one
of the largest in the world. This big pure food corporation pours
out a steady stream of gold in wages wherever its plants are
located, from Seattle to San Diego, and a million Good House
keepers know its biscuits to be the purest of all pure foods.
Cut note the Master Baker and his flag unfurled!
In the center of the flag is the famous Swastika
seal Jjifij . The ancients read this sign in the starry
heavens and, when they read it clearly, Prosperity
was assured All was Well with the World.
Now, some years ago our Master Bakers, in confer-
ence assembled and joying in a work well done, ap
propriated this seal as a fitting symbol of the purest
and best biscuits made and the ever-expanding Pros
perity of the company.
And now thousands of grocers call our famous trade
mark "The Sign of Good Luck," while a million Good
Housekeepers recognize it as an emblem of purity
a symbol of Quality a guarantee of supreme Good
ness in biscuits.
Ladies, if you haven't bought Swastika biscuits be
forego, buy them now! No biscuits made can
be purer or better, and many pure food experts de
clare Swastikas to be best of all.
You see, ladies, biscuits are no better than the in
gredients from which they are made, and every
ingredient contained in Swastika biscuits plain or
fancy is tested for purity and quality before enter
ing our bake-rooms. We buy the best flour milled
sift, test, blend and sift it again then prove its
Quality by actual baking. The same standards of
Purity and Excellence are rigidly applied to every
ingredient used nothing less would sustain the
reputation of our Master Bakers, and that they'll
So, ladies, whatever your taste for biscuits may be,
there's a Swastika made to fully satisfy you. be
sides, Swastika biscuits, being made right here, are
always crisp and fresh. Your Grocer buys them in
small lots because he can phone us an order at any
time and be assured of prompt delivery.
Then join the Prosperity Crusade today! Join the
million Good Housekeepers who insist on biscuits
with the Good Luck sign on the ends of the carton
with every package delivered from the Grocer's.
Help along the Prosperity of our city and the entire
Pacific Coastv-help us to add to the stream of gold
we are pouring out weekly in wages.
Ladies, the Prosperity of this city the Prosperity
of the entire Pacific Coast is largely up to you. Buy
Swastikas Pacific Coast Biscuits when you buy.
biscuits. None better anyway. Always look for
this trademark the sign of Prosperity on the
Don't Ask for Crackers-Say "SNOW FLAKES"
Pacific Coast Biscuit Company
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noderstood to be opP"d to th
nomination of Thomas P- Marshall for
Vice-President on th Democratic tick
et Th Kllck wanU either United
States Senator Oeorg E. Chamberlain
or Senator J. Ham Lewis, of Illinois,
for second best man on tb Democratlo
ticket. . ,
Th KlicK haa received word from
Dr. Herman Karl Schumann, professor
of classical phllolog-y at Heldelber
University. Germany, that h will I lec
ture In a short time before the KllcK
on the philosophy, metaphysics and
psychology of Frtedrlch NleUsche and
on preparedness, or how the Germans
ucceeded. Tne doctor Is now In San
Franclscc. out Intends to leave there
soon to visit his oil and mining Inter
ests in Alaska.
eamnel M. Garland, holdover Senator
from Linn County. 1 In Portland for
a couple of days. The Senator who
is a good Democrat, opined there
wasn't much moving politically In
A n d y Vaughn, police detective In
Portland for many years. Is a recep
tive candidate for the Republican
nomination for Constable. tSanfleld
iUodonald U also la ti race, aaa o
Is Al '' weinoerKer, preeeni Lunniamo,
who 111 go after the renomination.
Joh i McCourt. president of the Ore
gon Republican Club, has named the
following membership committee: Gil
bert W. Allen, chairman; J. Fred Lar
son. C. R. Meloney, F. R- Peterson, Dr.
Walter J. Larson. Professor E. D. Cur
tis, Albert B. Ridgway. Dr. Victoria
Hampton. Eugene K. Smith. O. C.
Bortzmeyer,' John L. Day, Fred Valen
tine. Eugene Brookings, A. W. Joneh,
Itobert F. Maguire. Mrs. L. W. Therkel
sen. Joseph G. Richardson. T. 1L- Bev
erly and Abner Jones.
New Strength for Lame Backs and Worn-Out Conditions.
Dear Mr. Editor:
I suffered from lame back and a
tired, worn-out feeling. Was unable to
stand erect and scarcely able to get
around. It would usually come on at first
with crick In small of my back. I took
one box -of Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets
and my back commenced to get better
soon after starting to take them. I did
not have to walk doubled over as I did
before using the "Anuric." It is the
best remedy I have ever taken for what
it Is Intended to relieve. I hope those
who are In need of such a remedy will
give these Tablets of Dr. Pierce's a
trial. Yours truly.
A. G. DRAKE.
Note When your kidneys get slug
gish and clog, you suffer from back
ache, sick headiche, dizxy spells, or the
twinges and pains of lumbago, rheuma
tism and gout. The urine. Is often
cloudy, full el aediment; channels, often
get sore and sleep is disturbed two or
three times a night. This is the time
you should consult some physician of
wide experience such as Dr. Pierce, of
the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Insti
tute, Buffalo. N. Y. Send him 10 cents
for large trial packapre of his new dis
covery "Anuric." Write him your
symptoms and send a sample of urine
for test. Experience has taught Dr.
Pierce that "Anuric" is the most power
ful agent in dissolving uric acid, as hot
water melts sugar. Being so many
times more active than lithia, it clears
the heart valves of any sandy sub
stances which may clog them and
checks the degeneration of the blood
vessels, as well as regulating blood
pressure. "Anuric" is a regular insur
ance and live-saver for all big meat
eaters and those who deposit lime-salts
in their joints. Ask the druggist for
"Anuric" put up by Dr. Pierce, in 60
ceat Eackagea. Adv.
Thji trouble commonly called "sick head
ache, Is said to be due to the retention of
urea In tee system. Often It Is stated that
a poor condition of the blood 1 a cause of
these headaches, or that 16 Is a nervous
condition; and In certain oases, no doubt
this is true. , .
Where treatment Is demanded. It Is port
for the pain than anything else, and Dr.
A. F. Bchellschmldo of Louisville, haa
lound antl-kamma tablets to give promo
and satisfactory relief. "Rest should be
insisted upon." he says, "and the patient
should go to bed, darken the room, and all
the attendants and family should be as
quiet as possible. An emetlo will some
times shorten the attack. The bowels should
be kept open with "Actolds"; a hot bath and
a thorough rub-down with a coarse towel,
often give gratetal rejlel. Two antl-kamnla.
tablets when the first signs appear, will
usually prevent Ihe attack. During an at
tack, one tablet every hoor or two will
shorten the attack and relieve the usual
nausea and vomiting." These tablets may
be obtained at all druggists. Ask for A-K
Tablets. They are also unexcelled for ner
vous headaches, neuralgia and all pains.
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