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THE MORNING OKEGOXIAN. TTTURSDAT, FEBRUARY 24. 1916. '
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tie Park Station, on the Mount Scott
line, the attendance numbering more
than 300. The gathering was a "scnooi
for lodge work and procedure."
In the forenoon the convention
opened by conferring honors on the
CAUSE IS FRICTION
grand officers present, these being Airs.
A. Cosper, grand secretary; A. Jacobs,
grand treasurer; Mrs. Lancaster, grand
warden, and Mrs. Charlotte Woodman
past president, who represented Presi
dent Rose Palmer, who could not at
tend. R. E. Clanton, Superintendent
of Hatcheries, Chosen to
Succeed H. L. Kelly.
Mrs. Etta Montgomery was elected
chairman of the convention. " Mountain
View lodge team gave a beautiful ex
emplification of degrees, the manner of
the work calling forth commendation
from the visitors. Other teams exem
plified portions of the degree wok
during the afternoon.
In the evening Henry Westbrook,
deputy grand master, delivered the
$2500 SALARY IS SAVED
MAN Y ACTS ARE OX TRYOUT
Change Places Police Power En
,'UreIy In Hands ol State Game
Warden and Duplication of
Officers Will Be Avoided.
Giving as his reason the friction
listing between himself and members
of the State Fish and Game Commis
sion. H. I. Kelly, since July 25. 1915.
the master fish warden of the state,
yesterday tendered his resignation. It
was accepted immediately by tne
R E. Clanton, superintendent or
hatcheries, will assume the duties of
the office of master fish warden im
mediately, having been elected to that
position-at the special meeting of the
Commission yesterday. The office of
superintendent of hatcheries will
therefore be automatically eliminated
and the salary of the officer formerly
holding that position. $2500 a year,
will be saved. Mr. Clanton will draw
salary as fish warden. ,
Although there has been some fric
tion existing between Mr. Kelly and
members of the Commission, it is
known that Mr. Kelly has been in
rather poor health recently. This may
have had something to do with his
The Commission had contemplated
for some time a reconstruction In the
departments of fish and game and the
resignation of Mr. Kelly fits in with
the general scheme outlined.
The combining of these offices will
also put the police power, formerly
a function of the fish department, as
well as of the game department, en
tirely in the hands of the state game
warden. Unnecessary duplication of
police officers will therefore be ob
viated, the work of patroling in the
interest of game and fish protection
H. L. Kelly was appointed Master
Fish "Warden by the State Fish and
Game Commission June 26, 1915, and
assumed the duties of the office July 1.
' He has had wide experience in
hatchery work, being employed by the
Government for years and having been
interested in the same line of work in
South America for 18 months. From
South America Mr. Kelly returned to
Oregon City, his home, and was award
ed the office of Master Fish Warden.
The office of Superintendent of
Hatcheries was created at the session
of the last Legislature, and Mr. Clan
ton was given that position, the appli
cation of Mr. Kelly for the office of
Master Fish Warden being given fa
vorable action by the Commission.
Mr. Kelly has not announced what
his future plans are to be.
GEORGE W. BROWN SOUGHT
Canyon City Woman Asks Aid of
Chamber In Search. -
Mrs. Allle- Thornton, of Canyon City,
has written to the Chamber of Com
merce, on behalf of herself and her
brothers and sisters. to see if the
whereabouts can be ascertained of
George W. Brown, from whom nothing
has been heard by his family for the
past four years.
He formerly lived in Cottage Grove
and then moved to Portland, about 12
vears ago. He married a Miss Van
Fleet, whose parents live in East Port
land, so far as his relatives know, and
he owned some property in St. Johns.
He was engaged in the lumber indus
try as a Saw filer in- mills and camps.
NEW RIGHT-OF-WAY LIKELY
Question or Sewer in Irvington Acres
.Leads to Opinion by Mr. La Roche.
The city may face the necessity of
buying a new right of way for a sewer
through property owned by M. J. Mc
Kinnon and Jennie McGregor in Irv
ington Acres, according to a letter sent
to the City Council yesterday by City
Suit to foreclose on a mortgage on
the property has been filed in the Cir
cuit Court. If the foreclosure goes
through, Mr. LaRoche says the city will
have to negotiate for a new right of
way through, the tract or take the
REBEKAHS CONVENE HERE
Multnomah District 1 Meets at
Myrtle Park Lodge.
The Rebekah convention of district
No. 1. Multnomah County, held its an
nual meeting Tuesday and Tuesday
nitrht with Myrtle I.odre. No. 196, Myr-
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In Six Weeks Completely
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r "Dandruff first started by my scalp being
too dry. I washed my hair often but in two
or three days big flakes of dandruff would
peel off. My scalp Itched
all of the time and the Itch
ing was so intense during
the day that I had to
Irritate my scalp by scratch
ing. My hair fell out and
became dry and lifeless.
"The trouble lasted about
four months before I started
using Cuticura Soap and
Ointment. I rubbed the
Ointment on my scalp at night and washed
It out in the morning with the Cuticura
Soap. In six weeks I was completely well."
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The best-arranged professional
"tryout" programme ever staged
at the Empress Theater will ,Jte
presented tonight on the second
show. The new acts will be pre
sented in conjunction with the
regular Empress bill, which in
cludes Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mur
phy in "The Coal Strike." The
"tryout" acts will include Victor
de Lory, an expert on the "cello,
rendering cfassical and popular
selections. Major Don Ward is
a midget strong man and will
offer a clever exhibition on the
Roman rings. T. Connor, one of
Portland's favorite entertainers,
is a wonderful card manipulator
and will offer a most interesting
sleight-of-hand performance. The
Dixie Trio, colored entertainers,
will present one of the best mu
sical acts ever staged on "try
out" night. Bob Warren, the big
funmaker on this week's bill, will
Introduce the new acts.
main address on the work of Oddfel
lowship and Rebekah lodges, paying
high tribute to the latter. Other grand
officers attending were Robert An
drews, grand patriirVch; T. W. Stewart,
past grand patriarch, and W. A. Wheel
er, past grand master, who made brief
J. L. KELLY IS CANDIDATE
WASCO-HOOD RIVER REPRESENTA
TIVE SEEKS RE-ELECTION.
Good Roals Advocate -Favors Bill for
Construction and Maintenance
by State. '
THE DALLES, Or., Feb. 23. (Spe
cial.) J. L. Kelly, who represented
Wasco and Hood River counties in the
lower house of the last Legislature,
has announced his candidacy for re
election. He stands for the welfare of
the taxpayers, of good roads and state
construction and maintenance of roads.
Mr. Kelly, at the last session of the
Legislature, served as a member of the
committee on assessment and taxation.
and also on the committee on elections,
and was a member of the committee
from the Oregon Legislature that met
with a similar committee whicn was
appointed by the Washington Legisla
ture to make the laws or the two states
J. I Kelly, Wasco-Hood Hirer
Representative. Who Seeks Reelection.
uniform in reference to fishing on the
The bill, which was prepared and
submitted by this joint committee, was
adopted in both Oregon and Washing
ton, making the regulations pertaining
to fishing uniform in the two states,
avoiding many entanglements that the
courts have had to deal with in the
He is president of the Wasco County
Good Roads Association. His idea of
having the state assume charge of the
state highways has been, impressed
upon him by the predicament that con
fronts the counties of Jackson, Doug
las, Columbia, Hood River and others,
where efforts to construct highways
have been found burdensome, leaving
the counties, in some instances, with
out funds to complete the projects.
INSTITUTE TALKERS HEARD
1 :l ik at in rial Gatherings Are Being
Held at White Temple.
Making the characters in the Bible
stories real flesh -and-blood people is
the accomplishment of Miss Meme
Brockway, secretary of elementary
Sunday school work of the American
Bible Society, who is one of the speak
ers participating in the educational in
stitute in session this week in the
The institute will close on Friday
night. Miss Brockway will speak to
day and tomorrow at 5:10 o'clock.
The feature of last night's session
of the institute was an address by
Professor J. S. Wallace, of McMlnn-
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Three Days Only, Starting Today
The Sublime Vampire Woman
In the Most Unique and Fascinating Story Ever Screened
The Worst in Woman Becomes Better
When Piloted hy Pure, Clean Love
Special Added Laugh Festival
It's So Funny You'll Laugh for a Week!
Whatever You Do, Don't Miss This
ALWAYS GOOD PICTURES
Washington at Park
ville. Mrs. A. W. DeLongs mission
studies every afternoon are attracting
Rev. S. 2ane Batten of Philadelphia;
Rev. L P. Valentine, of Los Angeles:
Rev. William E. Chalmers, D. D., of
Philadelphia, and Rev. George White,
of Los Angeles, were among the other
NEW PROCEEDINGS NEEDED
Council Rules That "Indefinite
Postponement" Kills Measure.
In the parlance of the City Council,
indefinite postponement" of a meas-
. .-a moono thnt thft IIIPflSlirA is killed.
according to the interpretation given
the term yesterday by members of the
City Council and City Attorney La
Some time ago a large delegation or
property owners in the vicinity of Has
salo, Adams and Benton streets ap
peared before the Council and asked
for the discontinuance of proceedings
for the extension of Benton street from
McMillen's Addition to the intersection
of Hassalo and Adams streets. The
Council therefore "indefinitely post
poned" the proceedings. Yesterday an
other delegation appeared and tried to
resurrect tne proceeaings so me ex
tension can go ahead. It was ruled by
the Council that entire new proceed
ings must be instituted.
NEW R1DDELL TRIAL ASKED
Improper Conduct by One Juror in
Land-Fraud Trial Charged.
Alleging improper conduct on the
part of E. M. Slmonton. one of the
trial Jurors, attorneys for H. H. Rid
dell, recently convicted in the United
States District Court of using the mails
to promote fraud in promoting the sale
of so-called orchard lands by the In
land Oregon Development Company,
filed a motion for a new trial yester
day. Mr. Riddell says that Mr. Simonton
misled the defendant and his lawyers
in his answers to questions put him in
his examination as a juryman, and th.at
he was prejudiced by reason of having
had business dealings with the com
pany. Affidavits by George T. Poteet,
E. B. Dufur, W. P. Myers, H. Daniel,
Wallace McCamant and Mr. Riddell are
submitted to show that Mr. Simonton
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NOSTRILS AND HEAD STOPPED UP
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Try "Ely's Cream Balm."
Get a small bottle anyway, just to
try it Apply a little in the nostrils
and instantly your clogged nose and
stopped-up air passages of the head
will open; you will breathe freely;
dullness and headache disappear. By
morning! the catarrh, cold-in-head or
catarrhal sore throat will be gone.
End such misery now! Get the small
bottle of "Ely's Cream . Balm" at any
drugstore. This sweet, fragrant balm
dissolves by the heat of the nostrils;
penetrates and heals the inflamed,
swollen membrane which lines the
nose, head and throat; clears the air
passages; stops nasty discharges and a
feeling of cleansing, soothing relief
Don't lay awake tonight struggling
for breath, with head stuffed; nostrils
closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh
or a cold, with its running nose, foul
mucous dropping into the throat, and
raw dryness is distressing but truly
Put your faith Just once In "Elys
Cream Balm"' and your cold or catarrh
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had bought 50 acres in Klamath County
from the Inland Oregon Development
Company, and that he concealed this in
formation when questioned as a juror.
pekin, China, Is to have a belt railway to
connect its four railway terminals. Later
it is to have a central station. Tunnels are
to be bored through the ancipnt walls to
facilitate the hanrtllne- of traffic.
STVOPSIS OF THE AN'XUAL STATEMENT
New World Life Insurance Company
of Spokane, in the state of Washington, on
the 31st day of December, 1915, made to the
Insurance Commissioner of the state of Ore
gon, pursuant to law:
Amount of capital stock paid
Total premium income f 152,605.01
Interest, dividends and rents re
ceived during tho year 103,461.48
Income from other sources re
ceived during the year 23,270.39
Total income 279,326.89
Paid for losses, endowments, an
nuities and surrender values.. 20,100.00
Dividends paid to policy holders
during the year 5.218.72
Dividends paid on capital stock
during the year 43,677.20
Commissions and salaries paid
during the year 88,407.82
Taxes, licenses and fees paid
during the year 4,784.73
Amount of all other expendi
Total expenditures I 215.6S0.S3
Market value of real estate
Market valuo of stockB and
bonds owned 120.122.S4
Loans on mortgages and collat
eral, etc 1,339.311.00
Premium notes and policy loans 7, 738. 48
Cash in banks and on hand 260,002.74
Nut- uncollected and deferred
Other assets (net) 60.03.4
Total asset $1,827,408.14
Total assets admitted in Oregon. 1,827.408.14
Net reserve 117.409. SO
Total policy claims unpaid 6. 900.00
All other liabilities C.822.15
Total liabilities exclusive of
capital stock cf $1,129,480.00. .1 133.132,01
Total Insurance In force Decem
ber 31, 1W5 ,$4,572,495.00
Business In Oregon for the Year.
Total Insurance written during
the year 187,250.00
Gross premiums received during
the year 11.481.60
Premiums returned during the
vear ..........-.......... 638.91
To'tal amount of Insurance out
standing in Oregon December
31, 1915 .107,500.00
NEW WORLD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
By (Signed) EDW. J. O'SHEA, Secretary.
Statutory resident general agent and at
torney for service, Geo. B. Guthrie, 309
Piatt building. Portland. Oregon.
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