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THE MORNING OREGONIAX, TIIURSDAY,' FEBRUARY 14, 1918.
OAi tnuANUVta gMisl'-
I Herat. hiTmoad rKwu. Okla.
LOST ON TUSCANIA
Official Advices Show Few
Dead in Addition to Those
SEVERAL NAMES IN DOUBT
Im port Made Available of Vkllnii of
C-Boal aad Hunts Adtlmsr.
Thesae Inlrrrrd Itrcordcd
Ixr. Herbert 1 J . Kaxieaw, Mich.
Weeka Bert (A. At rxlaaio. l mi.
Speleel. Ileary S-. Mew Tark Cllr.
Weaner. J uli ua. Staanford. CMw.
Treaaisi a. v ilium Lm feltenwood. Miaa.
-wart, aina. EurvU, nL
wnsat. wuiiam w. Biemarck. Okla.
t'eea. Merarua U . 1'nnan, MoaL
J. Ui rails. Miaa.
I. I aalr. Tlwmai at. Ja"Uoa. Tut.
Colllaa. Arthur W.. App.eer. Tax.
1-aaaeaee. Tkeodorw aw. ta rraaclec.
a-lovar (aac Omar). GaraJ4 tL-. Henarwell.
Praaa I RSI Buraatt. Prank. Naer Tark City,
Tall, (awl Tally,. Mlltaa, latee CM)
ia jraey. Katw1a R. BamMll. Miaa.
All.a. Frew a. . Ada. attna.
Heme Inwt KaJnaat. at en eel (aac W. ).
rai Maui. Ilaw-mia.
V. (aot Lal(and). Mil tip, Ballt-
A B4troo. Homer LJaweutra. Combarlaa4.
l.lntew lax Liataaal. Fred M-. Laaaolae.
Klmer I.. Victor. Meet.
ni. William .. Keyee CfT. Tea.
l-.aireae. aaaaai N-. Daaua-efte. Tea.
Beaeeta. Reeeel P. PTatnfleld. Wla.
Ham. Lamer W. Hrakaa Bow. ukla.
elma, I ram. Alloa. Tat.
Heeler. Jeanee P.. Needaa. Wla
h.gge taoK Hisai. Samuel P- Sea fraa
irackar aot Cracker!. Narmaa O-. Ceater,
Byrne laot Berre). Jara J . Bwtte. V oat.
Hadelph. reed A . Milwaukee, W la.
Kapp. Harm a a. Saw Tark I'ltr.
kneedee f aot Kao.leei.. Jaaoa M.. Halbert,
Temtlaa. eera;e W . Kl Reae, Okla.
knit. Etbaa..Araetf. Okla.
l-e Bran, laptaaa l-eea P.. ttothrle, Okla.
Itmlta. Oecar I . winter. Tea.
Hamea tool Iliaraval. 4sar C Hangar.
Moreae aot Mama). Ctarn. raaiaall.
Tnarnaaoa. Tna R. MedltL Okta.
Wnittinstoa. Walter L. t Laoaard). Shar.
WASIIINi.TOX. Tab, li War Po-
aXartmanl advtcoa Indlrala that TarT
far Amarlraa aotdiara loat thair llvas
In tha daatrtK-tioo of lha Itrar Toa-
cania In a Id u loo to lha 1 r a ported
Itxtajr aa burto4 on lha l-llah roaat.
Tbo latomt raparu DIara tba Amartran
loaa at not mora thaa 17a of lha 1179
aho vara oo board tha ahlp, altbouvh
tha lit of rattened ailU ia far from
avrn additional aurvtvora arara off1
fillr rotMsrtort lonlahr raHnrlnr tha I mat). Taa.
oartm.nl a liat of ikaaa not rarorilad a. t.iil. castaja ramp Kliatira. Bjracaaa.
- . . . ... ... . : . ix. t.
aa aa.ri to aoout ;aT I na Aaaortataxi willi.m R m W K 1 Caatoa.
rrw tiac vi na unrapoRtQ, raaaa ap TtL
btr rhaarklrs both official and nnoffl-1 Trobrlrtaa. Daaial W . Straarn. Taa.
Pladar. riatchar (D ). Odall .Norman.
vickara (not Bickara). William t.. Booth-
at OtT. M4
Hirklar. Jamaa J. Mlnnaapolla, Minn.
II afkoo. Joha H.. t oatar. okia.
aunc Kdarard F.. Callmar. Taa.
I'araa. Aaaal aat En(al). rarer, Saa Al
lan to. Tax.
inarmu. Captaia Philip Via coat. Kortb-
Xlaara. William A., 'aa Fraaclaro, Cat.
llatrhlaa. Otla C., Wbltahall. W la.
f'arpoatar. Harry . Potomac. 111.
klnroT. ora 1. F.I Moata. Cat.
Auiaaurlar. fttanlar R-. Dartoa. O.
o. ina. Htanlar Knlahta rrry. Cal.
Karatrtrk I aot Maaatrnck), Jooaph O-.
Cial advtraa asalnat lha Tuaranla s pas-
apaar lii. wan radurrd la 171.
Tha Wir Iaapartmanl la airhandnat
daily Inns rablrcrami with lha arn-
baaar al landan in an effort lo com-
fitata tha purvlvor roll and unlancla
iiiMi carblad In Iranamlaalon.
'oty Tbamsht !! Icatloa.
Ia aplta of tha fart that only aome
fa of tboaa on tha paaaenjrar liat ara
efnrtatly unaccoantad for. tha d'part
rant ba.a mora than 27n namaa of atir
alTora which It haa bean unabla lo de
Abont of theaa ara atappocad to I Aatona. N. T.
ba rlopliratlona and aa many mora ara
amea of men of whom there la no I Tex.
Tha partial llt of lha Tuacanla'e
dead, aenl by tha Aaaoclatod Preea ror-
raipondefil from a ttcottiah aaaport u
tay aa barm- been burled on tba Prot-
tiah roaat. la tha firat definite Infor
ffnaiton to reach relatlvee of tha ao.
etiera who have not been reported In the
j.aia oi aurvivora.
Kill, alartla C. (CoJambua). Wlmberty.
11 Oarar I.ea ftmith Wlatera.
1 a y. dear K Burna
IS rnlrfeattfted mem bar of craw.
la Oeoraa Meraa.
17 I'ntdentlf ied private.
1 Tuia B Thorn pooa.
1 9 rail Walter loaard.
rl Uauteaant E. Pbliip LKhtall.
Zi W. C W llaoa.
33 l.'atdentirte-d private.
24 tanil Trobndia Brjraat.
2i t'nldentlflod private.
24 William O. Wllltama
:l rielcher Od.ll Pledrirer.
:, ra an4 an Three unidentified prlvatea
31 w. K. Bickara.
12 t'nldentlfled piivata.
U J. J. Parkier.
S J. R Blehop.
3j and Id Taa uoldaatlflad prlvatea
T r. r. Toona.
3 (;ilmora Knrel Parry.
Sa. 40 and 41 Three anidentlfled prlvatea
43 Captain Philip V. rihermaA.
4J t'ntdeollfied private.
44 t'nldentifted member of enter.
4.V 4d and 47 Three unidentified prftatce.
4 Wi:tlam Arthur Moore.
tr-Ont K. liatchlna
4-4 Barkd la Third Plat.
At a third place, 44 vlctlma are burled
In three trenchea, tha largeet holding
II bodlea, anotner ie ana a tnira tin.
n the flrxt named the bodiea have been
numbered from 1 to IS In thla order:
I Harry Carpenter.
5 an I 3 Two unidentified prlvatea
4 Joha A. l-aakko.
ft Hocco Calareee.
T and Two anidentlfled prlvatea,
P Stanley A. Anepurser.
lo R. A. Hoaaton.
1 atianley I. Colllna
13 Jneeph O. Maxatruck.
II Otto Ray Martin.
14 Coiiamboa HIIL
1& laro Metaenbaumer.
14 Wilbur Clark Jackaon.
IT John Ktrhammer.
III Baa Barker.
Thoae In the next trrave are num
bered from 1 to 14 aa follotra:
la Unidentified private.
SO Wealey W. Hyatt.
31 Anatad Otmder.
S3 Van ftralth petera.
21 William R. Ralaner.
21 Fled K. Vnrer.
2A Prank Ora hot a.
24 John O. Roblnaon.
27 Edaar Cull en.
I1" J. P. Wuaon.
2a E. F. Churrh.
lo Henry A. Flemmer. e
31 X. It. Short.
31. 31 and 34 Three unidentified prlvatea
In a third crave only ten men were
burled, tanged from one to ten as follows:
t John ftloaa.
3 Riley T. Murray.
H O. Batee.
4 Anr-umy Eibonl.
5 Wlnaton A. Haraock.
4 1. X. Colllna.
T Claud Bradley.
K J. R. Crow.
P 1 E. Inalehart.
10 A. ". Ullleeple.
Ott. toot CH.o Ray). Keaeeha, I ENLISTMENT RESULT OF DAI'E
Metaenbauer. Ctelre. Chippewa ralla. Wla
c:a.rk. Wilbur W.. lauaatna. at ten.
P..rhhamer. Joha A Avaal Uraad Ferka,
r Ir .r nan. Foulabora. Tex.
Auaiad. William V. (aot Auatad. Cundarl.
mlthpeter. William v. laot Taa Bnsltnpet
er. tort conn. ta;a.
Ralaner. William M.. coram. 1 au
lexer. Fred M.. Paratawa. . D.
lirahota. rrank. Jackaon. Minn.
relnner. Hilar Henry A. (not rtaary
mill 1 aldeottllad.
Of lha 141 American dead who have
b en burled In Ma-otlanii. It waa not ooe
aiala to. Ulaallfa 1 1 aa Ik. anMlara wr Ian I aiernftieri. Rorkford. 111.
andoaliladla atta dlaftanrail k.vnnJ I Mnort. Xatban B. Ptephena Ara.
" " a Abbonl.
by which lo determine who they were. I
Cf the namea of tha 111 aoldlera aenl I iiartaak. Wtnatoa A. (net Haraock )
frora Scotland. I.J have been definitely I dan. va.
loaraled oa the Hat romrjtled by thai Colllna Alvia N. laot t. K.
a . . . r- -t i. ..nH Marhma.
. -4 . K... k Bradley. Claud. Pwaty. Arlx.
have not been reported aa survivor.
of tha 111 namea how similarity
with) otbera on lha mlaelnaT Het. but
lataa of them ahow no elmtlAfitjr. Only
H3 of lha 111 namea Iherofore hae
been checked off. leavlnc l( names to
be definitely accounted for.
I'Jahl (eallaae III.
redoctln the II unidentified Amir
Iran eoMier and the nine uncertain
tanfi from thie list leaves 1J mlaa-
Rllcy Mnrrajr, EnRfnf, Reported In
Liat of Tuscanla Dead.
EtT.EXE, Or. Feb. 13. (Special.)
I will enlist If you will." waa the chal
lenge that sealed the fate of Riley F.
Murray, of Euirene, who is believed
to have lost his life when the trans
port Tuaranla was sunk by a German
submarine off the roast of Ireland.
f I,. K... nflrlalltf eennrterl In
. ...i . 11. i-iC.V. t.,i. I the Hat of dead.
Rapt-1 ployes of the Willamette Sand ae Gravel
Company, of r.ujcene. Murray spoke
of the boys who were enrolling; In the
oth Knrineers and airreed to lolun
tear If Shark would also enroll. Mur-
t --... . rwihara X Santa ManlCa. tILirar paajta all raaniiiiaui'iia, wua.
Ui.-eapta. A:exaadar .. Im Ansalaa, Cal was rejected on physical examination
Sweep aaaea la DaaaM. I In Portland ana returned to cucena.
w-a.. ii.a r Kn. einrted Mntalni a I Murray waa 37 years or age. Mrs.
. - I Vf .- a.. -a a... III anil ha, Anrtltirtn
number or conruainaT errors ana a num-i - - - --
bar of nairea which cannot bo trans- - oecomo " - ""'. . a. u
cn bod with certainty. Amon them ara news that tha Tuscanla. on which her
nuaoanu waa aa uaaaruaci, iiau - '
. . . w I torpedoed.
raldinr.. K. L" a.o..- Jm p,,,,.. ntortea t,Hll,
Tbomaa 8. waa-line 1 uscania aean. is a son ox jamrs
U rierce, 8r.. of Cresweiu
ow. J.nntnxa R. Appleby, Tea.
J. p. Weeeoa I may
k . k .. .. . . .... in a. - .. I Mn Koartuaaea V ea. I
. . . . , ... a a-daaf a laa i wa.iBr i.i ana.a
I'ainaanoiaiiaaiiiiai a'a I ,- ,, . . Ark . and Cooaor I . .
Thar, are ai.bt Americans still here C.KinV bT. .1. CraiaTMi.: iK yet - ,ks,-"M
to III to leave, aeveral of them still
da led by their experiences. They
atiartered ta nearby farmhoaaaa and
ilif hoteta Theaa maa are
r. I. lUnefleL K L. Lyatrom, Wilbur
C Null. Boyd C Hancock. K. K. liar
pham. Henry hurtlna. James J. Col
well and . A. uocher.
ne Ananraa ofricwr and 14 men are
till la a hospital al OlasaTow.
Mre e-ae-vtvwrw laaeaarva.
The followlnc additional survivors
anHnl aa atarv Ivaara a.
T. C Devtdeoa (may be Chauacey J. Xav
Idaon. Aaaewada. Moot.).
Paul John C. Wood 4 may be Private
Jamaa C. Wood. Yantle. Texaa.
Wnriam O. rvmieme I paaaenser net enowe
Ball M. wmiama. O.enwood. Ark., and Paul
A. Wl.liama. Pneble. Coial.
In tha cabled Hat also ara W. Bardey.
Perry A. Stevens First of Community
to Give Life In War.
BEND. Or.. Feb. 1J. (Special.)
Messages received here today report I
the loss on tha Tuscanla of Terry A.
f the Tuacania were announced lo I vivore and thoae loot.
E. O. Peca, and Clan W. Walker. These I Stevens, the first Bend resident to I
namea are not on tha list which re-1 ,rl his life In the present war. He
mams after removing from tha pas-was a private In the 30th Engineers!
Sanger list all those reported aa aur-I and had enlisted only a few weeks ago.
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A SCOTCU SEAPORT,
Keb. IS. The I
He haa been burled on the coast of
(Stevens was only If years old.
r,aanalail frnm the Henri Hlarh Srh
following la the first complete list oi Sprln,. H, father. F. 8. Steven
American victims ot the Tuscanla l., ,..-.. f lhe Roarers Lumber
disaster now burled on lha Scottish company, of Knderby, B. C. He Is
coast. Kach body, whether Identified I also survived by hie mother, who Is
or not. waa given a numoer. I now visiting here; two sisters, Mrs.
Thus at a point where . victims were Frank K. Trlnce and Miss Hasel Ptev
The home addresa of the American I burled side by sine la a long trench, lens, of Rend, and a brother In Van
Id I' re burled on the Scottish coast. I the numbers ran rrora l to In the I couver, B. C.
taken from the Asaax iated i'ress liat of I following order
thoae unaccounted for. as checked up I I T. w. Herraaa.
va.ah taa Tiaacanla a aalltsrar Hat. ffol. I H Flee4e
tin some Instances the spelling re
corded at the jfrotcb seaport does not
agree with the official passenger list )
Bight by the War tvpartment:
Zalktnas. J a. a. Fall llreer. Mass
A lain. Jusee A.. enaSpea. Mian
ttaant.l.ja. Cveretl t-. aVrn:aa, It
Wiru-n. aiug. I'reilerw-laaaors. Tax.
af, A"ad V . Lewrataa. I"a.
J.aerit. Haraet I lar.'. taarrati. WIS.
Ttamunaeov. Caceava, blanwa. Taa
Dead vt Kb Maseaw Addiaaase.
3 SERB SCENTS COLLUSION
UK. VES.MTCH SAYS HERTLIXG A.D
C7,KRM I ACCORD.
TISC..MA VICTIM BARER MAS
Tn'tlm. Tri-y. tl.a. ir.
M-. Vt::iam P. Pofiisl, Or.
lwtoik. Ttt1wr IL. rrt tr9Ts. Or.,
jwi.v. mn rr-w a. Um pi;d nam
litpitdiu). Ien4. Or.
d ivriv. ea.f tm HlMa Or. iprot-
h;v ti. H ..
I weja urtK W. r lepm. Or.
iaurttnn Outr7. Jmm B. GlMx
I'laerv) i mf rrv. Jmm L.. Cr:L
a rm in Amr.n. Pmtmr A.. Jt. Or.
I a.k.SX. Jtf!tl A-. AjJttnrlaa. OT.
fiattft. rinr A. M-lrt. Or.
tdtrrtr. hilay r. Kc-. Or.
HsInv Nc-ry C. Babr. ir.
peserr.ti. t)sj O Hoatll ftond. WmA.
rteaathr. Jhs V . t-uru.
srTa, Rotwrf r. 5-ut. saaii.
n-v W li : iam. H-lkir ham. tut.
aUfrr lo. , MiTunt J x Wjts.
Ilja.lt. M(rty W. lttt. VlWlL
r JaBl A.. PHJ 1fr. IdaaDaJx,
floD.AJa. JrbH I'DtiAtCb. Idasa.SK
HvrmmiK T. 1 .. I pky rrd W . mt
rixir. l.sitK-'r B . Brnsidburat. Tri.
ftrbrtj 'ax NhMs h-. T-
Iffr. tsr-f H.. filrsm prtn. 1M .
J-sni.w.. Vwilitam ft . Mt(tmf-ri, Mich.
I"w-i. Mt..rT II . 9-ra:ocaV. Tsi.
lr.e-ti. r:tr 1... !. Va. ,
ne--t. C"'rx-M-- . niliHnr. Tm,
J-i'Ter. R-mvf. . ItichrrtAtad. Wla
if; A Costs 1-css
The aawadaed ewas ewee see M weaea
tw (abate sua aa aaar. aaaee. we esaaeee
eatss eotat taa la taatsre grap aa J
atawa. Maasew bark tf rt feaee. Cat Mae
aaawiaa a-a ama Red ena swat Mr.
Hal a awcTaare ea ax.
Coat a leaa. giwee
-W It. lam l. Aaeavwa.
a arvt.la 1'aapar.
-E. II. lurry
Paul Jeha C. Wasa,
a w. It. joanaua
-H. K. Pase.
!:. U. V. aat.
11 T Tattle
1. Waller Brown
-a'lareeare w. anart.
1 riraman. mamner ef erew
!-v Raamond Hutler. atata af W'tecoaala.
II JarnM l.of a. memaer af crew.
la al. a Zimmerman,
la av. Cdwarala. Butte. Meat.
u ;eorga 11. K.lnebarUu
; 1 alter t relilne.
Wn.iam hv Heaaett.
21 .,. rl. nwanaoa.
I nldentlfiea private.
Wi, liana P. sleraa (arobasly W. F
Xerln. of I'ol'anala.
. J. J. JaLgina
-t'hartal Ativan, crew.
-Itaymond T. Hurau
-T. r.. lawtaa.
al W. Harder
... 11. Heanar.
2- It. 1. vlaeka
a a 11 Miry KpMel.
i Juliua D. Waaner.
r Wintara J. Traceeecr.
' I'.rrv A Stevena
l llarrua B CaaM.
1 N. Bjerk.
4 T. T St. Clair.
4i Arthur W. a'otllna.
' i. l-anaenan.
J. W. (.'heahire
ierald K. Ciraaer.
4 rraak Harnx
l r.daia R. Berber.
l2 I aideatlflad soldier.
Phtlia n lixard
a'urtisa Wiv.arel Wllsea.
t'nldentlfled member of Crew.
T W. Balnea
f Hrtmer L. Andereoa.
fa rred M. t.lniea.
al J L. rearra.
e F'mer R. L. raaraa. a
aj Vai.liam T. MrMurrar.
-hamiel A. TVntecaaet.
-Ituaae.l r. Bennett.
-Ha-rt r. Warrra.
aT U w. (Jam ret.
-w iitiam I, Urate.
7 r IlawTer.
Tl W. Vattnewa
T 3 t'nldentlfled enldter.
-Samuel I. Ittggaa.
-Nornaea a"!. Cruaker.
"a T. A. Agrlen.
-J J. Brce
Tf Fred W. Hude'eM. Vilwaukee. WIS.
Ta t'nldesiaf ied private.
T a Harraas Kupp.
Owe (arave Holds 4.
At another "point In a long grave are
badteav . They are all In coffins and
are numbered from 1 to 41 la the fol
io Ing order:
1 fnldflnllf led private.
S Jeaae H. Hho.'ea
'aetata 1-eo P. Lateen.
4 Jena Jeuk'na wlrelese apermler.
a J a an e A. I'rire. Boise.
S aad T Two unidentified prteatea.
and W. Wa:ker. Los Asselea
I O Pace.
I e aris W. Trm1laa
11 rtlaea Allea White.
li aaailapuXrwt arttaVf, ; ..
Henry G. Bates Lnlislrd in :
Knjlnccrs on December 13.
BAKER. Or.. Feb. 11. (Special.)
Henry U. Bates, news of whose death
waa received here today, enlisted at
Kaker December 11 last In the 20th
engineers. He waa it years of age and
Is survived by his mother. Mrs. Nancy
Hates, of Baker: his father, Edward
Kates, who resides In Missouri, and
four sisters. Mrs. W. R. Barnett and
Miaa Mary Bates, of Baker: Mrs. Iva
Bunna, of Salt Lake, and Mrs. Emma
I Brown, of Scappoose. Or.
He la also survived by four brothers.
I George Bates, who is In the United
Isistes service on the ship Huntington:
Floyd Bates. In the Army; John, at
Baker, and Marion, of ilemett. Mo.
Maarbestrr Guardian Dec I a re a Wllaoa
Head aad Shoulders Above All
Other Allied Spokesmen.
NEW YORK, Feb. 1J. Dr. M. S. Ves-
nltch. head of the Serbian mission in
this country, commenting today on
Tresida'nt Wilson's address, expressed
the opinion that Count Cxernln, the
Austrian Foreign Minister, was insin
cere and had acted concertedly with
Chancellor von Hertllng. of Germany.
in an effort to deceive the entente
allies as to Austria's real attitude.
LONDON", Feb. 13. President Wilson
stands head and shoulders above all
others as the spokesman of the allied
peoples, in the opinion of the Man
chester Guardian, mainly because he is
able to keep firmly and constantly in
view the reasons why America came
Into the war.
PARIS. Feb. 13. In the opinion of
I the press, the situation has been cleared
by President Vllsons remarks in his
I'naer. of Parkaton, S. D., aged 33 years, address to Congress concerning the
who was lost on the Tuscania. en- German military autocracy, taken in
listed at Vancouver, Wash., In Company conjunction with the recent statement
P, Sixth Battalion, 20th Kngineers, on of Kmperor William that Germany's
Iecemher li, 117. A widow and five enemies must recognise her as victo-
lst newspaper. Vorwaerts. commenting
on President Wilson's address, says:
"The difficulties of concluding peace
will never be overcome so long as each
side does not perceive that it cannot
overpower the other and that each, in
consequence, must come to an under
standing with the other."
LIQUOR SOLD TO SOLDIERS
PARKSTON. a D-
Feb. II Fred M.
small children survive.
PRIVATE MORIN IS VICTIM
I Tort land Soldirr on Ill-Fated Tus
canla Buried In Scotland.'
To one home In Portland came yes
terday the knowledge cf trial by sacri
fice, with the official announcement
that William P. Morin, of 997 Ganten
bein avenue, was a victim of the Tus
canla ainklng and that his burial has!
taken place on the Scottish coast.
Private Morin was a member of the
I Sixth Battalion. 2(h Kngineers. and
hia young wits resides In this city. Just I
a abort lime ago she received a letter I
from him. telling of tha marking of I
his Identification tags and speculating!
on whether or not they would ever be I
called into grim service.
Alexander J. Dunn, tha remaining!
Portland boy who Is yet .-naccounted
for, resided at Vernon avenue, it
was learned yesterday through a letter
from hla former employers, the Big
Creek Logging Company, of Knappa, I
Or. His wife is now at Knappa.
President Wilson's thesis implies war
to the end; "that it is still far from
view."' says the rlgaro.
AMSTKRDAM. Feb. 13. The Soclal-
Tacoma Woman, Held for TJ. S.
Jury, Implicates Xcgro Vendor.
TACOMA, Wash., Feb. 13. (SpeclaL)
Ethel Blackwell pleaded guilty to
day before United States Commissioner
R. J. McMillan to' the cnarge ot sen
ing liquor to soldiers. She was ar
rested in her rooms, where she was
entertaining several soldiers. She was
bound over to the Federal grand Jury
under $200 bail, after admitting that
she obtained her liquor from a colored
man who drives from California every
two weeks with his motor car filled
The prisoner is serving a sentence of
0 days no .' on a state charge and this
will be followed by 30 days for co vic
tlorr on a city vagrancy charge. After
that she may face the Federal court
coming a candidate for the same office
and stated he would probably make
his formal announcement in the near
Invitation to Be Extended.
SALEM, Or, Feb. 13. (Special.) A
delegation of Salem business men will
extend an invitation at the meeting of
the Oregon State Grocers' Association
in Portland soon to hold its annual
convention in Salem during the Legis
lature of 1919. It will be asked that
the convention be held during the last
three days for the introduction of bills
so that the interests of business men
may be protected in legislation that
Coos County Has Snow.
MARSHFIELD, Or., Feb. 13. (Spe
cial.) The storm which prevailed yes
terday turned to a cold, rain last night
and snow fell in the higher altitudes
back from the valley at Allegany and
Powers. Today the lower districts
were pelted with hail squalls and tha
atmosphere was cold during the day.
Snow fell at Allegany and also at
Coquille last night, but melted before
Candidacies Are Announced.
SALEM. Or, Feb, 13. (Special.)
Zadoc Riggs, local druggist, has an
nounced his intention of becoming a
candidate for the lower house in the
next Legislature. He has never before
been a candidate for state office. John
Dinwoodie, of Wodburn, well-known
farmer, who was in Salem recently, also
stated he is seriously considering be-
Genrral Howie Transferred.
BOSTON. Feb. IS. Orders transfer
ring Brigadier-General Robert LaHowse.
chief of staff of the Department of the
Northeast, to Fort Bliss, Texas, were
received here today from the Wsr De
partment. General Howxe. who has I
been located here since the establish
ment of the Department laat Spring.
will command tha Second Brigade of I
tha ISth Cavalry Division.
ficaui It vxagcoUa c .mlfiad avda.
When a substitute for genuine Aspirin
is offered it is your duty to defend your
self by refusing it Every package and
every tablet of genuine Aspirin bears
TABLETS lax packet bases aW 12
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The trade mark "Aspirin" (Reg. U. S. Pat. Off )
is a guarantee that the iraoooacetaCaKadeeterof
axhcylvcaod in these tablets aad capsules is of
the reliable Bayer manufacture.
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Interested asks: "I am constipated,
tongue coated, have headache, dizzy
spells and indigestion sometimes.
fiease advise .
Answer: I advise that you begin
using three-gram suipnerD taoiers tnot
sulphur). These tablets are laxative,
act on the liver, kidneys and bowels
and tend to keen the blood pure, by
arousing the eliminative functions. Re
lief should IOiiOW quicKiy.
a a a
"Manager" writes: "I have pains In
my spine ana trigntrut neaaacne in
back of head, fainting spells, twitch
ing and trembling, nervousness, sleep
lessness, loss of appetite and strength.
and in fact am a 'has-been, when it
comes to performing accustomed work
Answer: In all such cases the assim
ilative functions have not kept pace
with waste functions and a -powerful
harmless tonic treatment is needed. I
finri tfirne-s-rain cadomeno tablets un
excelled and astonishingly beneficial
in such cases ana aavise mem lor you.
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Mane" a.vs: "Some time ago I con
tracted a very severe cold and cough.
I have tried many remedies, but they
do not seem to help me at all. I wish
you would advise me what to do."
Answer: What you need is a laxative
cough syrup, one that will drive the
cold from your system. The following
prescription will check your cold and
cough: Get a 21,x-oz. package of concen
trated essence mentho-laxene and make
according to directions on the bottle.
jAku & ieaiiiopiuul every, hour or two
The questions answered below ara
general in character, the symptoms or
diseases are given and the answers will ;
apply in any case of similar nature.
Those wishing further advice, free,
may address Dr. Lewis Baker, College
Bldg., College-Elwood streets, Dayton,
Ohio, enclosing self-addressed stamped
envelope for reply. Full name and ad
dress must be given, but only initials
or fictitious names will be used in my
answers. The prescriptions can be filled
at any well-stocked drug store. Any
druggist can order of wholesaler.
or until your cold is better. This will
relieve you in a very few days.
Celia asks: "My hair is too oily and
my scalp itches with dandruff, and of
late it is" combing out too much. What
is a good treatment?"
Answer: Obtain plain yellow mlnyol .
from your druggist in 4-oz. jars and
apply as per directions. This cleans,
nitrifies, cools and invigorates the hair
and scalp, thus stopping the death of
ine nair. uanaruii anu iluiiiiib nre hi.
once relieved. Men and women all over
the country nowsise it regularly.
"Worried" writes: "Have been doc
toring for kidney trouble and now want...
your advice. Frequent desire is fol
lowed bv burning pain and am very
tender and sore over region of bladder.'
Also backache affects me dreadfully.
Can hardly move- when I awake in the
morning. Weakness, too, is a symptom."
Answer: I think if you will take
balmwort tablets regularly for a few '
weeks your kidneys and bladder will..".
become normal and such symptoms
vanish. This Is unequaled for such
complaints in my estimation.
NOTE: For many years Dr. Baker
haa heen trivinE- free advice and pre
scriptions to millions of people through
the press columns, and doubtless has
helped in relieving illness and distress
more than any single individual in the
world's history. Thousands have writ- -
ten him expressions of gratitude and
confidence similar to the following: ,
Dr. Lewis JBaKer, near oir: we nave
used three of the medicines you advise,
the double four, the essence mentho
laxene and the rheumatism prescrip
tions, and I want to say they all worked
like a charm. Thev are the best I have
ever used and I feel I could not keep
house without them. I am very grate
ful and pleased to recommend any of
these medicines prescribed. Very truly
yours, MRS. R- L. WHITED.
No. 8 Coleman St..
Adv. Jervis, X, i t