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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1918)
aiORXIXG OREGOXIAy, TinrRSDAY, FEBRTJAIIT
.SEVEN ABE INJURED
Jwo Big Buses of the Carver
Line Plying on Road to Linn
' ton Overturn Near Gasco.
ICE ON ROADWAY CAUSE
; flaking f Radios Rod on Small
Toaring Car Be-ndera Steerln;
Impossible and Car Ron Into
Two Worarn at Broadway.
For men and three om wer tn
S'jred la accident efrday. when, at
! aclnrk In th momlnf. by a curious
torn of affairs. first on bla bus of the
knoa off the LlanMn road near i
anl at I 4S P. il . sbtn ths radius rod
, m a small touring car broks at East
. "Twenty-fourth and East Broadway and
) ths car darhsd to In curb.
Ths series of accidents started at
o'clock, whn a farver Linnton lins
bus. driven br -- Pries, skidded on
tti tc nssr Gasco. outbound, and ths
rtsM-hand slds of It was ripped off by
si telephone pole. which Is h( ery
i rloso to ths roadsid. It thn oVer-
! turned and Undid In a ditcb.
Irlvr Prtca sustained a fraetor
the collar bone, but sot up and when
, another bus of the same line, drlren by
'(. Myers. East Twenty-second street
I came alone, climbed Into It. thinking
to ride back to a hospital.
s read Bw Oti lai as,
Vysrs also bad bad luck because of
the slippery condition of the road and
overturned his bus at the same spot
. as taat of Price. In the bus were IK
Xlee. :s East Ankeny street, and IX
fcinah. a Hindu, and four others.
price manaa-sd to escapa without In
fury la thia mliup. but Myers, who
was Injured about the head, and the
two aassenaers. with bad body bruises.
wsr taken to the tiond riamsruan
Hospital with Price by the Ambulance
tterstre Company. All were reported
out last ataht. esrept Myers, who
not dangerously hurt.
tiwtne to ths fact that both of the
buses belona to the Career line, which
operates under a city franchise. City
Inspector II. P. Coffin, of the Pub-
11. Kafety Commission, and Police
Mrrereant Ervln went to th acena to
taessticate the accidents. They found
no reason to bis me the drivers.
Tss V sssea lalared.
When the radius rod of his machine
tareae at Twenty-fourth and Broadway,
iiinii ( timltn. who was at the wheel.
u anabl to steer the car and It
fewereed suddenly, running to th curb
sand Injuring Mrs. A. J. Morton, living
avl East Broadway, and Mrs. J. P.
aarkhurst. of sit East Broadway.
Mrs. W. E. Miller. 74 East Broadway.
stay shatter to th Injured women un
ail aa Ambolanc Bervfc- car arrived
and look Mrs. Parkhurst to the Good
rssuiiias Hospital. Mra Morton was
rs moved to her hums, being uninjured
omcept for painful brulsea Mra. park
burst suffered a broken leg and was
otherwise shskea and bruised.
A. K Porter and It Hrhlndlrr. of
iegata drive. wiined the accident.
atreetear lllta A ate.
Vf. and Mr. A. K. Phillips. 1US4
Albina avenue, were slightly Injured
! night at 1 30 o'clock, and their
auto was wrecked, when It was hit by
o Twenty. third-street car at Twelfth
and Washington streets Mr. Phlllt
rae driving, with bis wife seated be-
aide him. He was following an east
pound streetcar down Washington
street, and when he attempted to turn
Vortbj on Twelfth street to go to th
I'alare Garage In the middle of the
block, bis auto was hit on the right
aide by a west-bound streetcar.
Mr. Phillips suffered a scalp wound
over the right eye. Mrs. I'hllltpa was
aadly braised about the legs.
A police patrol was called and took
the Injured people to the National llos
fntal Association's hoepttsl In the XI o -bswk
building. Mr. Phillips, who Is
about SS years of age. Is a shipbuilder.
4rs. Phillips Is about II years of age.
I .ee fiamuels. 34 Second street, and
two friends narrowly escaped death
yesterday when the auto Mr. Samuels
was driving skidded off Willamette
boulevard, where It skirts the bluff
'rar the river. The lives of Mr. Sam
uels and his two friends were saved
by the fact that th skidding machine
struck a small stump JS feet from the
'roadway, against which one of the
front wheels was smashed.
The auto hung on this stump, poised
tt the very edge of a sheer drop of sv
feet. If It had gone three feet farther.
It Is evtremety unlikely any of the
party would have escaped altve. No
one was Injured. The auto Is undergo
ag repairs at the Palace Oarase.
14, 1918. ' 9
ICY LIXXTOX PAVEMENT CAUSE OF DOUBLE ACCIDENT TO BIG BUSES OF CARVER LINE YESTERDAY 4""aDaaafflMSBH" "'" " 1--BBI " ratH
J'i? 3 DAYS
i. v i ' I, i ii ,M ii'irr" u s u tic I ,ri..t ! im i a
970 T0 BUILD SHIPS sfj I30Tjl
l "rf...V iv y i
IN LEAD , mka 9p.,.Br.pk, f Big Car Whle h Hit a Telephone Pole, Tearing Off Q. -eis. - l" H
Pert lea of Top aad later Turalag Over lata the Roadside. Z Shovetag e4JJ, At fSjML j5 L ' -B
-v. np. B Oil inn named to succeed Mr. Reames. The lat- R - Jr f fsi 3 1-40? S?t, S?Tri 1 H
C. L REAMES OH JOB n - :
CHAIRMEN ARE APPOINTED I WSfnl 3Wf 1
Oregon Society of EnKlneers Names 1 I tsows-i--' W -WW , i -aa-ja D
Heads of Standing Committees. I I .1 .H
m Hlf Irs l
i tm i'
CITY HALL HEAT CUT OFF
r-alldins Will IW Cold After Dark
to Conserve I'ucl fiupplv.
Aa a means of conserving fuel oil the
pTiiv Council ruled yesterday that heat
dn the City Hall should b cut out when
the working forces finish their day's
sjrork. Night meetings will be discon
tinued eicept on two occasions each
month whn the Portland War
I.mergency Council will meet.
By rutting out the heat lata each
afternoon It Is figured a big saving
both of fuel and expense can be brought
bout as well as the expense of night
engineers to keep the machinery In
Enrollment of Skilled Men Will
Evrry County In State Will Have
to Fill Its Qnola of Shipyard
Volunteers IV fore Campaign
Cnds, Is Word Sent Out.
LIKE BOLT FROM
A harry discovery of Cincin
nati chemi5t interests
v omen here
Tear kixh heels neve put corns on
our toes and calluses un our feet,
but why care now
A genius In Cincinnati discovered a
tsvsgic etber compound and named It
f reesone. A quarter ounce of this frees
e.ie can now be bad at any drugstore
ier a few renta Apply a f-w drops
your tenier. aching corn or callus.
J.t.ntly the soreness disappesrs snd
Pbertlv vou will find th corn or esllus
o shriveled and loose l.at )Od lift It
Off with vour fingers.
Just tMnh: Ton set rid of a hard
core, soft corn or a corn between the
t".. ss well s s hardened ea'luss for a
fsw cents sml wttriout suffering one
eertu-l. without th slightest Irrtls
ti.il of the surrounding shin. Just a
turli of this marvelous freeson on a
. trowbieaecaa corn fiea laalant
Enrollment by counties of the Vnlted
.otalea Shipyard Volunteers, for the va
rious sections wnicn nave reporieu m
rectly to state hsadquartera of the
Public Siervtc Reserve to oat repre
sents a totsl of ss men.
Th counties and their enrollment
are as follows: Uaker 1J. . latsop
rook . Hood River I. ban Si. Kla
math . Jdultnoman :. i nion . . . . . e-
Waso It. Washington :. Tamhiii Ml I LU
n numbers of appllcationa tor
enrollment In th shlPard service re
ceived at state headquarters ar di
re, tly from skilled artisans In differ
ent parts of the state, and these ar
being forwarded to the enrollment
agent of the county where the appli
Lral enrollment Is not progressing
mm mmm looked ror. in view Ol in ihibc
number of skilled men employed
other industries In Portland, although
this city has already passed more than
la per cent of the quota for the entire
nuniy. The mark set by r.ugn r
Smuh. enrollment agent tor aiuitno-
n County. Is to equal the lull mini
mum reeistrstion for the entire state.
la other words. Mr. Smith says he will
not ha eatlnfled thsl tne ground n
been thoroughly covered unless rort-
and turns In an enrollment or more
The Cnlted Slates Shipping Hoard at
Washington hss issued another appeal
urging all county enrollment aaeni-ie
make dally reports or tneir total
registrations to their stste neadquar-
ers during "enrollment , wnicn
Hrtve to Be Ceatlaaed.
The latest advices from Waehlng
n ara that th local enrollment
boards will probably be asked to con-
inue their work for some time alter
he close of the National drive. In order
hat belated applications may be taken
Oregon and several of the far ext
ern states nave pern rii.ij '""-
Pered by delay In receiving tn neces-
mmry supplies, carus anu omvr viuii
ment In sufficient time to open their
local registration offices tor a tun
week's drive. For that reason the
campaign will pa carried mr oiv
franklin T. Griffith, stste director.
s of the opinion that It would be wise
o continue the enrollment worn unt.11
very roan in th state fitted to taae
shipyard position requiring sauiea
abor Is given the opportunity 10 en
list In his country's service.
Some of the county chairmen nave
ailed to make even preliminary re
sorts of the result of tne cant ass in
their districts, and urgent letters are
going out to them to make the best
possible effort to bring their counties
through over their quotaa before Sat
urday nlg'it. It Is announced that the
campaign will not be brought to a
close until all the counties in the state
have filled their quotaa
Commission as Assistant to
Attorney-General Received. .
WIVES ALLEGE CRUELTY
Gcrirade lamb'i Culrf Complaint I
Itrlng Compelled to Work.
That eh was compelled to work as
a servant In Ihe home of her husband's
parents Is but on of-the many charges
of cruelty contained In th divorce coin
plaint filed yc.terday by Oertrutle Lamb
against Prank Lamb They were mar
ried at Vancouver. B. I'-, in 111 and
hsv one child, whos custody the plain
Extreme cruelly j charged by Sena
Knapp In a suit for divorce Hied against
..a:pN Knspn. They were married at
San Francisco two yeara ago. She seeks
t a month In alimony. Lthel McVoy
wants a divorce from Mark McVoy and
ihe custody of their three children.
They were married at Seattle In 111.
She likewise charges rrulty.
P.rma Kms asserts in her suit for
divorce against Alfred Kymes she was
compelled t split the soel and Per
form other maaual labor. She charges
extreme cruelty They were married
In Portland In 11 and have two chil
dren. She s.ks for their custody and
permanent alimony of lis a monla.
Kx-Cnlled Stales District Attorney
I-ave for Pugct Sound
Sunday lo IHrecl "enforce
ment of i:plonage Acl.
Clarence L. Tteames. ex-f nlled States
Attorney, yesterday received his com
mission as special assistant to. the
Attorney - Ueneral. He Immediately
qualified by taking the oath of ottn-e in
the Federal Court. Accompanied by
Mrs. Keames he will leave fur Seattle
Sunday, preliminary to assuming the
duties of his new office the following
With his commission came Instruc
tions from the Attorney-General direct
ing Mr. Kennies to go to Seattle lmme
dlately and take charge for the Gov
ernment of all suits, both civil and
criminal, connected with the enforce
ment of the President's proclamation
relating to alien enemies, sedition.
pionage act. selective service act. ship
ping act and trading with the enemy
act. His specific work will be the
prosecution of all cases arising from
the enforcement of the various meas
ures of war legislation enacted by Con
gresa since the Inlted states enierea
ths world war.
Residence to Be Changed.
Tntll my work Is finished It will
b necessary for me to become a resi
dent of the state of Washington." said
Mr. Keames yesterday. "In the per
formance of the work In which I shall
be engaged, it Is required that I have
an official residence in tne cny wnere
am atatloned. My duties will be de
voted entirely to war work until the
Sir. Keames Is a native of Oregon and
has lived all of his Ufa In this state.
before coming to Portland In 113 ne
served for eight years as Assistant
District Attorney of the First Judicial
District under his brother. A. K.
Keames. and afterwards practiced law
for four years In Medford with Judge
W. M. Colvlg. He was first appointed
United Slates Attorney in June. 11J.
snd was reappointed for a second four-
year term In June. isn. -Mr. neames
wss the second I'nlted States Attorney
to take office under the first Adminis
tration of President Wilson and at the
time of his retirement from the office
last week waa 'the oldest United States
Attorney In point of service In the
Official Will Give Address.
Mr. Keames yesterday accepted the
Invitation of the enohomisn iouni mr
Association and will deliver an aa-
dress at Everett, Wash., on v asninK-
ton's birthday, next riuay. reoru-
No Intimation has come irom aen-
l-eton as to who will pronnniv ne
Chairmen of standing: committees ap
pointed during the past week for the
Oregon Society of Engineers were an
nounced yesterday as follows: Member
ship. J. K. Thompson; bylaws. D. W.
Taylor; library. H. F. Blood: pro
gramme, P. 1L Dater: legislative, H. A
Kanris; public relations, F. A. Nara
more; publicity, K, K. Cushman; publi
cations. J. W. Cunningham and educa
tion. K. K. Kl-emern.
The officers of the society, recently
elected, are: O. K. Stanley, president;
P. H. Dater. first vice-president; J. P.
Newell, second vice-president; J. K.
Thompson, third vice-president: Henry
M. Morse, treasurer; C. J. Hogue, sec
Instead of a
Ati year physitiam
THM. I SFMING CO.
WesMeenk Blet-. rw tort
COUNCIL TO VIEW DRIVES
Indorsement of City Xcccssary Cnder
"cw Ordinance Proposed.
Unless solicitors of funds for various
charitable and war relief purposes can
show some good reason why the city
should not regulate the solicitation of
funds, an ordinance requiring- all pro
posals for relief fund solicitation to be
Indorsed by the City Council will be
The measure was up for passage yes
terday and st the suggestion of Mayor
Baker was put over until a week from
next Wednesday for public hearing. "I
am satisfied." said Mayor Baker yes
terday, that there Is a lot of mono
raised under the guise of patriotism
that does not reach the place it should."
Pruning School to Open.
DALLAS. Or.. Feb. IS. (Special.)
W. S. Brown. Oregon Agricultural Col
lege Extension specialist, will open
The second installment of the wonderful Finley Nature
Subjects make their appearance on our mid-week
change for the especial benefit of the thousands of
children who will want to see them but who cannot,
account of school, attend the fore part of the week. We
will continue this arrangement on all future presenta
tions of these miracle films.
MUTT & JEFF PICTOGRAPH
pruning: school in this city next
Wednesday morning. This school is to
illustrate the pruning of the Italian
prune .tree In the formative period in
the young orchard and also the pruning
for fruit in a bearing orchard. Rejuv
enating of old orchards also will be
given some attention.
German letters and other -written messages reach" America
and all parts of Europe in spite of the blockade. How is
GERARD'S NEW BOOK
Da3InstaIIments. G)iiamericing February
Starting February 24
Ton will sirh with relief at the Ont
marie touch of D. D. D., the soothliur
wash of oils. Msny of our easterners
thank as for this advice. Yea will fa.
Try D. D. D. We euareatee It. 6e,M
and $!.. Ask fo. D. D. D. today. .
e L icrtxid Wasb
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