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THE aiOTtXrXG- OKECJONIAX WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2J. 1016.
y. fil C. A. TO STIR
UP CIVIC PRIDE
it is important that the T. M. C. A. of
KELLY BUTTE TO BE
IN BARE OF SHERIFF
Portland shall be sustained in the work
it is doing for this city. It is housing,
feeding and directing & host of young
men along the road to good citizen
ship. "These men are constantly being
sent out from the institution to fill
their places in the world. A steady
stream of men must be secured to take
their places. This is the season when
we try to fill up the ranks.
"We hope that, beginning this morn
ing, every citizen will get busy. Use
the telephones or the mails, or in some
way land a few applications for the
Y. Af. C. A."
Carl Reiter, manager for the Orpheum
Theater, lunched with the working
teams yesterday and kept the tables
in an uproar with a string of inimitable
THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Seattle Again Wins in Contest
for Members, but Teams
' Are Not Discouraged.
Quarters Will Be Renovated
and Exemplary Prisoners
Will Receive Small Pay.
45 MORE ARE ENROLLED
Appeal to Be Made to Business Men
V Suggest to Employes Value
of Training and Association
Offered by Y. M. C. A.
RESULTS OF S ECOMJ DAY'S
MANHUIVT BY PORTLAND
AXD SEATTLE Y. M. C. A.
Seattle 35 men. 45 boys,
$565.50 73,325 points.
Portland 28 men, 17 boys,
$360.50 47,250 points.
Effort is to be made today to arouse
the pride of Portland in the great
"manhood factory" at Sixth and Taylor
The appeal is to be directed toward
the homes of the city and to the men
of the city to make use of the Young
Hen's Christian Association.
It is to be made to Jews and Gen
tiles, to Protestants and to Catholics.
It is hoped to reach every man who
believrs that clean manhood is an
asset for the future of Portland.
Yesterday was another victory for
Seattle in the contest with I'ortland
for memberships in the Y. M. C. A. or
ganizations of both cities. After today
the week will be half gone and Port
land is not even well started toward
ExpertM to Be Employed.
The last half of the week, however.
Is to be devoted to a campaign by
''regular salesmen." General Wood
ward yesterday visited a number of the
big business firms of the city, and they
have agreed to send some of their
most expert salesmen to handle the
latter part of the campaign. Through
these experts it is expected that the
campaign will take a sudden jump for
ward. Today at noon Rabbi Jonah S. Wise
Is to speak at the Y. M. C. A. on why
the people of the Hebrew race are in
terested and benefited by the organi
zation. He will point out that the
largest contributor to the Y. M. C. A.
In the United States is a Jew.
Yesterday, the birthday of a prom
inent Catholic, the canvassers were
welcomed to his office and a check
drawn to pay "for two boys' member
ships in the Y. 51. C. A.
Wcrleln Wolmeea in Lead.
"I belfeve in the work of the T. M.
C. A. Just pass those on to a couple
of hoys whose parents cannot afford
to pay for them." lie said.
The Werlein team. "The "Woimceas,"
won the contest yesterday with 25.600
points, against 21.600 points scored by
the "Du Plunx." commanded by Colonel
O. W. Davidson. The total number of
men's and boys' applications secured
for the day was 4 5.
'- ""What Is needed now is an arousing
of civic pride." said E. Tj. Thompson, a
director for the Y. M. C. A.
"If the business men of this city will
today take the time to suggest to those
employes whom they know will bene
fit by the connection that the Y. M. C.
A. courses of study and its associations
should be secured by them, the battle
will be won.
"The average employe needs just that
ort of a boost from his employer. He
needs the knowledge that his employer
Is interested in his future.
T. M. C. A. Reference Valuable.
- "It works both ways. The employer
rets better service and the employe
makes himself a better and more valu
It developed, as a result of the noon
day meeting yesterday, that many of
the business houses of the city are
giving preference to employes who are
able to give the Y. M. C. A. as refer
ence. The efficiency expert for one of the
biggest iron and steel plants on the
Pacific Coast stands for Y. M. C. A.
boys against the untrained applicant.
When he hires a young man as a com
mon laborer at the plant the "boss"
gives the suggestion that he should
enroll at the Y. M. C. A. night school.
If the boy is not ambitious enough to
take advantage of the opportunity the
boss does not want him.
"It is this situation which leads us
to ask today that every man in Port
land lend a hand in this campaign,"
urged General W. F. Woodward.
"It is not so important that Portland
shall defeat Seattle in the contest, but
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Not a trace of gray shows in your
hair after a few applications of Q-Ban
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Q-Ban is a harmless reads--to-use liq
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If your hair is gray, streaked with
gray, prematurely gray, faded, thin or
falling, simply shampoo Irair and scalp
with Q-Ban Hair Color Reetorer. It is
delightful to apply, as it is not sticky
or messy. All your gray hair and en
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lng all your hair healthy, fluffy, soft,
radiant, full of life, fascinating so
evenly dark and handsome no one will
suspect you use Q-Ban. Also stops
dandruff and falling hair. Sold on a
money-back guarantee. Only 50c for
a big 7-oz. bottle at Huntley Drug
Store. Portland, Or. Out-of-town peo
ple supplied by parcel post. Call, write
Singers and Speakers
find Brown's Bronchial Troches most helpful
for clearing and strensthenine the voice. They
quickly relieve voice strain and throat irrita
tion. Guaranteed harmless used by the public
for over 60 years. Get the new 10c Trial Six
Box from your drugs? ist. and test their efficacy.
Other sixes Sc. 80c and Si. .
VETERANS SIGN TO SERVE
Tlegfment Proposed That Would Be
Available for Instant Use.
CENTHALIA, Wash., March 28.
(Special. At a meeting held by Colo
nel John If. Wholley Camp, No. 21,
United Spanish War Veterans, it was
voted to open a roster for all men who
have seen service and who will respond
to a call to arms if necessary. E. F.
Kirklin, George L. Dingman and W. H.
Cameron were appointed as a commit
tee to receive the names. This move
ment is state-wide among The veterans
and has for Its purpose the forming of
BETTER FOOD IS PROMISED
Remuneration Plan Is Devised to
Provide Inmates With Some Cash
So That on, Being Fred They
So That on Being Freed They
Sheriff Hurlburt was requested to
take charge of the Kelly Butte guard
house yesterday by the County Com
missioners as a result of the whole
sale jail delivery the day previous
and his first nets in his new capacity
WINNING WORKERS IN YESTERDAY'S PHASE OF THE Y. M. C.
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a regiment which would be available at
a moment's notice.
The members of the local camp who
have responded to date include: Lieu
tenant Frank H. Viall, Twelfth Minne
sota Volunteers: R. W. Winfield. Twenty-sixth
United States Battery and
Fourth United States Battery; Musician
W. O.'Nason, First Illinois Volunteers:
Joseph Frieslieben, Thirty-fifth United
States Infantry and Seventeenth Bat
tery; Sergeant David K. Wallace, First
Class, Hospital Corps; Corporal George
U. Dingman. Forty-fifth Infantry; W.
II. Cameron, Thirty-third Michigan
Volunteers; Jack Little, First Idaho
Volunteers: E. F. Kirklin, Second Wis
consin Volunteers, Third Cavalry and
FINAL DEBATES ARE SET
IJidgefield and Washougal to Meet
for Connty Championships.
RIDGEFIELD, Wash.. March 2S.
(Special.) The final debate of a series
of contests which will decide the cham
pionship of Clarke County, which have
been conducted by the Clarke County
Debating League, composed of the vari
ous high schools of this county, Ridge
field. Vancouver, Camas and Wash
ougal. will be held Friday night at the
Ridgefield High School.
The local affirmative team, composed
of Miss Esther Taylor and Ira Taylor,
sister and brother, will debate against
the negative team of the Washougal
High School at that place. On the same
night the Ridgefield High School neg
ative team, composed of Misses Ruth
Maxson and Mis3 Frances E. Groff, will
contest for honors against the Wash
ougal High School affirmative side at
the local high school building.
MAYOR IN BOOTLEGGER NET
Kxccutive of Wilkeson, Mining Town,
Arrested in Booze Kaid.
TACOMA. Wash., March 28. Raiders
from the Prosecuting Attorney's office
here swooped down on the City Drug
store at Wilkeson, a mining center,
this morning, and arrested Mayor Jo
seph McCaskey. the owner, in the
basement, where he is alleged to have
been in the midst of barrels of liquor,
charging him with selling liquor un
lawfully. They also arrested Angelus A.
Basfillanrth. his clerk, "Pete" Wheeler,
Tom Wilson and George Yellich on
warrants issued in the Superior Court.
Bail of $500 was asked in each case,
and the raiders said they would prob
ably bring the prisoners back with
them this afternoon.
Among the seizures were two barrels
of whisky, a barrel of port wine, 24
quart bottles of whisky and 12 bottles
of beer in the drug store.
Snnday School Convention Ends.
CATHLAMET, Wash., March 28.
(Special.) The county Sunday school
convention closed here Sunday night,
after a successful session. Delegates
from Oak Point and Skamokawa were
present. W. C. Moore, secretary of the
V estern Washington Association; Mrs.
Moore. Dan Dupertious. district super
intendent of the American Sunday
School Union, and Mrs. Millie Wilson,
of Lewis County, were the speakers.
Centralia Republicans to Dine.
CEXTRALIA. Wash.. March 28
(Special.) Practically all of the 125
tickets have been sold for the banquet
to be held at the Hotel Wilson Friday
night by the Toung Men's Republican
Club. Dr. David Livingstone will be
toastmaster and the principal speakers
will be James McNeeley, of Tacoroa,
candidate for Governor, and Charles E.
Claypool, of Olymuia.
Centralia Junk Men Warned.
CENTRALIA. Wash.. March 28. (Spe
cial.) Chief of Police Miles McGrail
has issued an order to second-hand
dealers not to purchase junk from
minors. Violation of the order wi!l re
sult in the offending dealer losing his
license. The police attributed the petty
thieving in the city during the past
year to youths, who sell their loot to
showed a desire to better the condition
of the prisoners.
They will receive, in the future, a
small compensation for their labor.
Their quarters will be renovated and
Their food will be on a par with
that served in the County Jail.
But they will be under the super
vision of deputies and hack-sawing of
Jail bars will be frowned upon.
On recommendation of Sheriff Hurl
burt, made directly after acceptance of
the responsibility for the city and
county prisoners sent to the rockpile,
the County Commissioners yesterday
decided to allow the prisoners 15 cents
a day for meritorious work and con
duct. This is to obviate the necessity
of the convicts returning to old criminal
pursuits the day they are released.
Incentive for AVork Provided.
Some incentive is necessary to make
the men do a fair amount of work on
the rockpile. Sheriff Hurlburt pointed
out and the sum offered, even though
small is expected to furnish that.
W. L. Lightner, chairman of the
board, approved of the plan of Sheriff
Hurlburt, but spoke of the necessity of
keeping in mind the fact that the men
were sent to the rockpile for punish
ment and that things should not be
made too easy, or compensation too
liberal, for them.
"Slackers'" will not be paid. Commis
sioner Holman said that the men should
understand that the money would not
be paid for mere desultory labor, but
was intended as a bonus for good work,
and exemplary conduct.
Mr. Eatchcl to Remain.
The money for the operation of
Kelly Butte is paid from the road fund
of the county. Superintendent W. A.
Eatchel will remain in charge of the
reck quarries, but the prison will be
under the supervision of Sheriff Hurl
burt. The prison houses are badly in need
of paint, said Sheriff Hurlburt yester
day, after a trip of inspection, and the
prisoners' quarters will be renovated
Sheriff Hurlburt will take charge of
the commissary and see that the men
receive good, wholesome food.
"I'm not going to buy job lots' of
meat at low prices, that is slightly
tainted, in any effort to economize,"
announced the Sheriff. "I shall at
tempt to conduct the prison at Kelly
Butte as economically as possible,
without sacrificing the health of the.
prisoners by feeding them food of
doubtful nutriment or compelling them
to live in unclean surroundings."
Plant Ik Inspected.
Sheriff Hurlburt. accompanied by his
chief deputy, Robert Phillips, and
George Hurlburt, jailer, made a survey
of Kelly Butte yesterday preparatory
to taking over the plant today. His
plans for the conduct of the rock
breaking prison, also the personnel of
"A F.O.B. PORTLAND M'
Fact No. 1 6
The cylinders of the Ttvin Six
are of a size that give greatest ef
ficiency; bore three inches; stroke
FRANK C RIGGS COMPANY
Cornell Road, 23d and Washington Sta
or "Fashion Week"
Hart Schaff ner & Marx
They go together; a great national idea
and a great national "line" of men's
clothes the best ready-to-wear clothes
"Dress-up-week" is half over and if you
haven't lined up yet, isn't it time you did?
If the general enthusiasm has made you
feel like buying new clothes, come today to
this store and we'll show you what you
Ask for the new suit models made by
Hart Schaffner & Marx especially "Var
sity Fifty Five"; ask for the very smart
new styles in their Spring overcoats.
They're Priced $18 to $40
Sam'l Rosenblatt & Co.
The Men's Shop for
Quality and Service
Fifth and Alder
his staff there, had not been deter
The prison was out of use for 14
months, until recently, when the Coun
ty Commissioners reopened it to work
"My policy there will be one of etrict
discipline with reference to the pris
oners," said Sheriff Hurlburt yester
day. "When the Board of County Com
missioners asked me to relieve them
of the conduct of the prison it was
agreed that I should have complete
Garden Day Announced for Friday.
RIDGEFIELD. Wash.. March" 28.
(Special.) Garden day will be observed
on Friday at the Felida schoolhouse
with an appropriate programme in the
afternoon. The Felida Parent-Teacher
Association Is striving hard and co
operating with County School Superin
tendent Dudley and the Vancouver
Chamber of Commerce in organizing
school gardens and also a canning
Bering Sea Navigation Opens.
SEATTLE, Wash., March 28. The
tug Goliah passed through Unimak Pass
into Bering Sea yesterday, towing the
Darge Big Bonanza, loaded with sup
plies for the Pacific-American canner
ies. The Goliah was the first boat of
the season to enter Bering Sea, which
is frozen during the Winter. '
Option Given on $245,000 Bonds.
NORTH YAKIMA. Wash., March 28.
(Special.) The fact was made public
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Because it shines well, and is good
for leather, ShinoiA is made of the
best wax and oils obtainable giving
protection to the finest leathers.
The key attached to each box for
opening, together with
ShinoiA HoFiiE Set
for polishing, makes shoe shining
in the home convenient, saves time
and money. The SkikolA Home Set
is ideal for gift or prize.
It should be in every home, club
To make ShinoiA service more complete
' ShinoiA Home Sets are placed with dealers
to be sold at practically cost of production.
If your dealer will not supply you send 25 cents
(35 cents with SnmoiA) to SaiwiA Co., Rochester, N.Y.
AMERICA'S HOME SHOE POLISH
SHINE WITH ShikqiA
yesterday that the Yakima County Com
missioners nearly a month ago gave an
option to the Dexter Horton Bank, of
Seattle, on the $245,000 Yakima drain-
Owl Prices Are
Watch our advertisements there is always something new
something timely in them it will pay you to read each adver
tisement with care. There are some excellent values listed below:
Some Interesting Prices
on Family Medicines
GTOE'S PKPTOMAKGA1T S5
An excellent blood tonic.
CAS CARETS lOtf, 201. 40c1
Candy cathartics they
work while you sleep.
A relief to distress
arising: from constipa
tion. CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS 19J
A vegetable pill for
c o n s t i p ation and at
REMEDY 20S 401. 85
Regrulates the liver and
purifies the blood.
Both a soothing: lotion
and a healing: tonic for
TABLETS 40. 85
The nationally used
treatment for dyspep
sia. MTOYOIV'S REMEDIES. .20
One for every human ill.
A palatable laxative.
IR. WILLIAMS' PISK
A strengthening: tonic
for blood and nerves.
PILLS, .pedal 25
For relief of pain In
the head or any part of
BKANS, upeeial 20c
H e s: u 1 ates disordered
liver; 20 to a bottle.
BHANDRETH'S PILLS. . . 15
A sugar-coated, easily
taken pill for regulat
ing: the liver.
FELLOWS SYRUP 85
A splendid system tonic.
JELLY 20C. 40
Effect ive in treating
and relieving catarrh.
POSLAM OIXTMEST 43
A soothing salve used
in skin irritation.
HEPATICA. .19. 39tf. 85
To treat rheumatism
The well-known remedy
Used in treating: female
A system builder and re
lief to chronic ailments
of throat and lunge.
REMEDY 43. 83
An external treatment
SYRUP OF EIGS 37
Contains Senna, Caa
cara and other valu
able constipation reme
dies. J A I) SALTS ..65d
Composed of ingredients
valuable in treating
r h e u m a t ism, kidney
GOOD JAYS FOR KODAKING
Spring is the time for kodaking. The ideal time for snapshot
picture taking- is here. If you own a kodak, let us load it for
you. If you are not so fortunate. The Owl can supply your
needs at a very small cost. Bring us your film to be developed
and printed. We can save you time, money, worry and muss.
KODAKS, CAMERAS, SUPPLIES
KODAK WORK BY PARCEL POST
Mail Us Your Films Take Advantage of Regular City Prices
Save yourself worry and pay less than you are paying now.
"Work done by photographic experts, who know how to make
prints that are sharp and clear.
Are the Drugs You
Buy Medicinally Pure?
It's a long story the inferior grades of
household drugs with which the mar
ket is flooded. But your ASSURANCE
of household drug purity is this
LABEL. Insist that it be on every
package you buy.
THK OWI, DRtG CO.
Drugs in Liquid Form
See What 25 c Will Buy
Arom. Spts. Ammonia 3 oz. 25
Bine Ointment 1 ok. 25
Brown Mixture............. fi ok. 25(
Chloroform Liniment a ox. 25
Esh, Peppermint :& oz. 25
Kid. Ext. Bocho ya on. 25(t
Eld. Ext. Catwara .1 ox. 25?
Fid. Ext. Cancaro Arom 3 ox. 25(
Glycerine." .'. . 3 ox. 2oC
Glycerine and Rose Water.. 6 ox. 25
Lanollnp I on. 2C
Lime Mater. 1 t. 15
Oil Almonds Sweet 2 ox. 25
Oil Camphorated ox. 25
Oil Cantor ox. 25r
Oil Cedar. 3 ox. 25C
OH Cloves 1 ox. 35c
Oil Eucalyptus 3 ox. 25
Oil Linseed Raw 12 ox. 25
Oil Xeatufoot 8 ox. 25
Drugs in Dry or Pow
See What25c Will Buy
Acid Boric Powder 12 ox. 25c
Aspirin Tabs.. 5-cr: 2 doz.
Cnnrara Bark IS ox. 25C
Chalk nnd -Orris S ox. 25(
Chalk Precipitated.... 1 oz. 25C
Comp. Licorice Powder... v. 6 ox. 25c
Cream Tartar 6 ox. 25
Ilpnnn Leaves 5 oz. 25(t
Henna Leaves, pond 5 ox.
Insect Powder, Mafrlc 6 ox. li."C
Iodoform 3 dr. 25r
Menthol 2 dr. ii5C
Rexall Remedies, Everready Flashlights,
BROADWAY AND WASHINGTON
Trie homes are few without
PEROXIDE. It keeps so
many little hurts from pet
tinir bisr. infection sets in co
easily and terrible results
ensue from seeming trivial
injuries. But be sure to Ret
UW, LAB Kit qual
ity of Peroxide. Pt.
e district bonds to be issued tbis
year. The option provides for par for
6 per rent bonds.
KEEP URIC ACID
OUT OF JOINTS
Tells Rheumatism Sufferers to
Eat Less Meat and
Rheumatism Is easier to avoid than
to cure, states a well-known authority.
We are advised to dress warmly; keep
the feet dry; avoid exposure; eat lesa
meat, but drink plenty of good water.
Rheumatism is a direct result of
eating too much meat and other rich
foods that produce uric acid which is
absorbed into the blood. It is th
function of the kidneys to filter this
acid from the blood and cast It out in
the urine; the pores of the skin are
also a means of freeincr the blood of
this impurity. In damp and chilly
cold weather the skin pores aro closed
thus forcing the kidneys to do double
work, they become weak and slugglsn
and fail to eliminate the uric acid
which keeps accumulating and circu
lating through the system, eventually
settling in the joints and muscles
causing stiffness, soreness and pain
At the first twinge of rheumatism
get from any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoon
ful in a glass of water and drink before
breakfast each morning for a week.
This is said to eliminate uric acid by
stimulating the kidneys to normal ac
tion, thus ridding the blood of these
Jad Salts Is inexpensive, harmless and
is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with lithia and
is used with excellent results by thou
sands of folks who are subject to rheu
matism. Here you have a pleasant
effervescent lithia-water drink which
helps overcome uric acid and is bene
ficial to your kidneys as well. Adv.
To Keep Your Skin
Free From Hairs
If you are willing to spend a few
minutes' time in your room using a
delatone paste, you can easily banish
any ugly, hairy growth without dis
comfort or injury. The paste is made
by mixing some water with a little
powdered delatone. This is then spread
over the hairy surface and after about
2 minutes rubbed off and the skin
washed. You will not be disappointed
with this treatment, providing you get
real delatone. Adv.
BLOOD THE SEAT OF DISEASE
An eminent authority on nervous dis
eases has announced that the blood
is the seat of all disease. How im
portant, therefore, that it be kept in
a pure, healthy condition. For this
purpose, our local druggists, the Owl
Drug Co.. guarantee Vinol because it
is a combination of the three most
successful tonics known, iron in its
most soluble form, the medicinal ex
tractives of fresh cod livers, without
oil. and the nourishing properties of
beef peptone. Can you imagine any
thing better? P. S. In your own town,
wherever you live, there is a Vinol
Drugstore. Look for the sign.