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TnE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX. PORTLAND, JULY 18. 1015.
Tribunal Created Under "No
Strikes" Act Prepares to
f COAL SUPPLY CONSERVED
Acutral (steamer to Be Permitted to
Take Only Knough Fuel to
Make Port-l'Ocal Indus
tries Are Hampered.
W.NDON, July IT The members of
the executive council of the South
vaies coal miners' organization who
came to London to eonfer with Walter
Jiunciman, president of the Board of
Trade, have returned to'Cardiff, having
louna it impossible to reach a basis
lor new negotiations in the coal dis
pute. There is now no hope of the men
returning to . work before the-middle
of next week. If they do so then. Al
ready some industries in South "Wales
re being1 hampered by a shortage of
Besides their original terms, of which
the principal demand was a 5 per cent
increase in wages, the men now insist
on the cancellation of the royal proc
lamation bringing miners under the
'no-strikes" act. Meantime the tribu
nal set up under this measure is pre
paring to act, and unless the meeting
of miners' delegates, to be held in Car
diff Monday to receive a report ef tho
executive council regarding their visit
mi ixinoon, shows some sign of com
promise the tribunal will begin ses
sions to try the men guilty of striking.
uroer 10 conserve the coal sup-
J Plies, steps are being taken to prevent
a, any from leaving the country. Neutral
steamers hereafter will be allowed to
3. carry only sufficient coal to carry them
te their first port, and expert are
.V being strictly curtailed.
CONSTITUTIONALIST LEADER WHO CAPTURED MEXICO CITY FOR
I VIEW OF BELL RECALLED
Albany Couple IVho See Relic lit-
- member Seeing it July 4, 1876.
S ,.ALBANV. Or.. July 17. (Special.)
Many who saw the Liberty Bell at va.
, rious points in Oregon had seen the
' famous relic before, but none had seen
t It at a more historic time than Mr. and
Airs. u. Ji. Blain. of this city. They
. saw the bell for the first on July 4.
:S 1876, exactly 100 years from the day it
is saia to have proclaimed the adoption
ff. of the Declaration of Independence.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Blain were in
a Philadelphia at that time attending the
-t" Centennial celebration, and made it a
J point to visit Independence Hall and in
i spect the bell on the Nation's birthday.
They were present at the Southern
Pacific depot here when the train bear
f ing the bell stopped.
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WHEAT AREA URGE P
Foreign Plantings Increased
Photo by Underwood Sc Underwood
CESERAL PABLO GO.MjtlKS,
"2 Ixer Columbia River Men1 Unite to
Prevent Hostile Legislation.
t ASTORIA, Or.. July 17 (Special.) ,
" The Baker's Bay Poundnct Union was
: organised at Chinook Friday evening.
"X with practically every trap owner In
that section of the river present. Ofil
S eers were elected aa follows: A. L.
"5 tiile. president; W. B. Donation, vice
"Z president; Lester C. Johnson, secretary
2. treasurer. These officers, with Chris
2' Olsen, Chris Hansen, Robert Becken
and B. M. Soderlund, will comprise the"
board of directors.
. The object of the organization is to
guard the interests of the trapping in
. dustry, and especially to prevent the
Z passage of hostile legislation.
f ELLENSBURG MAN IS DEAD
liarly Resident of Kittitas Valley
3 - Succumbs at Age of 83.
- ELLENSBURG, Wash., July 17 (Spe-
cial. ) Jorgen Kryger. 83 years old, a
S resident of the Kittitas Valley for
2. many years, died at his residence here
this morning. He was born In Schles
s tvIj Holstein. in 1832, at which time
2 tn province belonged to Denmark. He
j came to this country in 1870 and lo-
rated at Ooldrun, Cal., where he mar-
3 Tied Miss Kate Hoy, They came to
the Kittitas Valley by wagon . later
2 and took up a homestead three miles
X east of Ellensburg.
His widow, four daughters. . four
sons and two grandchildren survive.
GERMAN BRAVERY PROVED
Jlron Crosses or First Class Number
2 3500 Since War Began,
2 BERLIN, July 17. by wireless to Say
vllle, N. Y. "As illustrating the brav-
ery of the German troops in the pres-
ent war," says an announcement made
W today by the Overseas News Agency
J for transmission, "the fact is noticed
.8 that since the war began 3500 iron
2 crosses of the first class have been
"The regulations require that a sol
dier must have earned the cross of
Ik the second class before the cross of
2 the first class can be conferred on
IlSLANDERS ARE STARVING
Drouth Follows Hurricane in Rota,
Z Xear Guam.
WASHINGTON. July 17. The Island
of Rota, in the Ladrone archipelago,
near Guam, devastated by hurricane.
now has a drouth and its people are
threatened with starvation.
The island is at a point where the
if northeast trade winds cease and the
Z monsoons meet and hurricane condl
5 tlons are common. It is a volcanic
H island about 12 miles long, five miles
Cwlde. and part of it rises 800 feet
K above the sea.. It Is also known by the
g names of Zarpane, Sarpan and Luta.
VILLA MAKES STAND
Troops Massing to Meet Car
ranza at Torreon.
RAILROAD IS DESTROYED
Abandonment ot Aguas Callentes
and Zacatecas .Confirmed Vic
tory Over Maytorena, Report
" ed Xew Battle Pending.
WASHINGTON'. July 17 Genera)
Villa s massing his forces to meet the
Carranza army under General Obregon
and General Hill at Torreon. according
to information received tonight at the
Villa agency here.
State Department advices today con
filmed previous reports that Villa had
abandoned Callentes and Zacatecas, the
latter a strong natural strategic point,
and was withdrawing his foreea north
ward. The movement has been In prog
ress some time. Villa troops are said
to have torn up the railroad as they
retreated. Carranza forces have gar
risoned Aguas Callentes and Zacate
cas and are preparing to press on to
ward Torreon, where Villa is now in
conference with General Raoul Ml-
dero, Jose Maria Jurado and. Manuel
Salvedra, planning to meet the at
tack and also for a campaign In Coa-
huila And Nuevo Leon.
Concerning reports of a battle at
Agua ' Prleta, in which Maytorena'a
troops were said to have been de
feated, the Villa agency issued this
"General Trujlllo. with 400 men, was
attacked by 1OU0 CarranElstaa. After
defending his position for four hours,
he succeeded in breaking through the
enemy's lines, carrying with him all
his equipment and losing only slight
ly. He Joined with General , Acoeta's
coH'Rin at Anlvacachi, where' another
battle will be fought."
was the meeting place for years of
many of Albany's lodges and the scene
of many noteworthy public gatherings,
has been condemned by the City Coun
cil and ordered torn down.
The second story of this building
wae for several years the leading lodge
hall In the city. One by one. however,
the various lodges built halls of their
own or secured new meeting places In
.ew buildings. In recent years only
one organization has used this hall.
TELEGRAPH HEAD VISITOR
Mr. Carlton, on Tour With l'amily,
rinds Business In West Best.
Newcomb Carlton, president of the
Western' Union - Telegraph Company.
Mrs. Carlton and their -daughter were
visitors In Portland yesterday in Mr.
uaruon s private car. and left last
nignt ter Spokane. r . Boernlng. su
perintendent of the Seattle division of
the company, also was in the parly
which came up from California after
visiting the fairs.
The visitors are making a pleasure
tour te Yellowstone Park. They went
out over some of the boulevards about
the city for an automobile ride.
Mr. Carlton, speaking of business
conditions in the country, predicted a
steady Improvement in business condi
tions. "The most rapid improvement of con
ditions," he said, "has been out West
NOTE SOOH TO BE READY
CREDITOR ALLEGES FRAUD
Transfer of Property Xear Xew Kra
by Couple Attacked In Suit.
OREGON CITY. Or.. July IT (Spe-
elal.)- R. S. McArthur and Mabel E.
McArthur transferred their property
near New Era to Mr. McArthur's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. David M. McArthur,
in order to defraud their creditors,
alleged William Feltelson. who has
filed-a suit in the Circuit Court, asking
that the deed be laid aside. William
Mulvey is appearing for Mr. Feltelson.
The .plaintiff held a note for $150
against Mr. and Mrs. R. s. McArthur
and secured a Judgment in the Circuit
Court. When the time came to fore
close on the property, which It ia al
leged the McArthurs had owned at the
time the note was siirned. Mr v.i.i
son found that the land had been trans-
ren in nicArtnurs narents.
CABINET t5IT BACK OF I'RKfcl-
DET FOR FIRM STAND.
Logger Killed by Engine.
ASTORIA. Or, July 17. (Special.)
J Marshall C. Hayes, a logscaler employed
3 at the Portland Lumber Company's log
V ging camp on Gray's River, was run
over by a locomotive of the company's
i last evening and was so badly injured
Sthat he died during the night. The de
S ceased was about 26 years of age, un-
- married, and had been employed at the
I camp since last January.
3 Takes Out the Itch and Sting.
t.SaDtiMptie is first ld for mosquito flea sn4
other lnwrt blfM. OiTen Instant r'ellr nd com
fort. Keep supply on band, 60c. All druse Is U.
Wllaea Presarlas Cer Early Raters
te WklB( tw Camsrllor
ef State to Be Appelated.
CORNISH, N. H.. July-17. His views
on the German situation in tentative
shape. President Wilson tonight began
making preparations for his departure
for Washington to take up with Sec
retary Lansing and other members of
his Cabinet the next step in the Ameri
can policy toward submarine warfare.
There were indications here that
the President does not expect to delay
long in notifying Germany of the posi
tion of the United States. Members of
his Cabinet are understood to be
unanimously back of his determination
to assert the rights of Americans to
the freedom of the seas" and there
fore only the details of the next step
remain to be finally determined.
The German situation will be gone
over in a general way at Tuesday's
Cabinet meeting and a final decision
is expected to be reached at the next
Cabinet meeting on Friday.
The President will leave here pre
pared to take up several important
questions soon after reaching Washing
ton. He will select a successor to
Mr. Lansing as counsellor of the State
Department, go fully into the Mexican
problem and take up with Mr. Lansing
the projected protest against interfer
ence by Great Britain with commerce
between the United States and other
During his three weeks' visit here
in the Cornish hills. Mr. Wilson's health
has Improved and he has gained sev
eral pounds In weight.
Landmark to Be Razed.
ALBANY. Or., July 17. (Special.)
An old two-story structure at the cor
ner -of- First end Washington streets
in this city, historic locally because it
RECIPE TO STOP DANDRUFF
This 'Home-Made Mixture Stops Dan
druff and Falling Hair and
Aids Its Growth.
To a half pint of water add:
Bay Rum j ot
Barbo Compound a small box
These are all simple ingredients that
you can buy from any druggist at very
little cost. and mix them yourself.
Apply to the scalp once a day for two
weeks, then once every other week
until all the mixture is used. A half
pint should be enough to rid the head
of dandruff and kill the dandruff germs
It stops the hair from falling out and
relieves Itching and scalp diseases.
Although It Is not dye. It acts upon
the hair roots and will darken
streaked, faded, gray hair in 10 or IS
days. It promotes the growth of the
nir ana mas.es narsh hair soft
WrD TOU A PROOF TREAT.
E1X FKtE-ElTHtR SEX.
lTfnnoI weight S to
B Founds a VV e-k , turr.i m
oUn into rotmuiiru sIukk ih
P'" Into u-tiTiiy, rhr,r i(.t
f-t!na of ful)nN and ocprva.
loa and slTra other hrnrr.ta In a
Sreat rmrabrr ot caa of over,
atoatnaaa. No Starrauon. no
tedloua ewrrialng. no abir4
ukicm iraom. not It- .
mi to rum tti atotnaf-li.
I am a rrartilnr prar.
tiring pliyalrlitnan4 l
a ar-iAiirt in ide nn. j
efnl reUariioa of ati.
HUVUI III. J.
RUSSIA STILL IN LEAD
Kight Countries Sliow Gain of Ten
Million Acres- Germany, Though
Statistics Are Jacking, Prob
abljr Has Increase.
WASHINGTON, July 17. Wars rav
ages apparently have not turned the
European wheat fields to battlefields as
extensively aa generally was supposed,
according to figures announced today
and gathered by the Department of
Agriculture. No figures are available
from Germany or Russia, but In Ger
many the acreage probably has been-Increased
and Russia's acreage probably
Is still the world's largest.
In the countries of the northern
hemisphere, where wheat ordinarily ao
proximatea 240.000,000 acres, eight show
estimated plantings of 1S3.830.000 acres
against 143. 632.01.0 acres last year. The
...... ...ua.i,,, ln mat, aespite th
0.000,000 acres. The
nei second with
icrease of 11 per
urnisn male nas j:,lit.G00 acres
against 25.44.000 last year. France has
14.142.000 acres, not Including wheat
area in the region occupied by Germany,
which in 1914 amounted to M0.170 acres
against 1C.049.000 last year: Canada's
acreage Increased from 10,292.000 acres
to 12..000; Italy has lj.b.000, an
increase of .J per cent; Spain S. 784. 000.
an increase of 1.1 per cent: Hungary
proper has . 105. 000. against ,!. e0
last year: Roumanla 4.MJS.OO0, against
6. 21 J, 008 last year; Denmark shows a
slight decrease; Great Britain, 10 per
cent Increase; Luxemburg, 7 per cent
increase; Switzerland. 10.1 per cent In
crease; Japan. 1 per cent decrease.
Grays Harbor Has Many Cars.
ABERDEEN, Wash.. Julv IT. (Spe
cial.) Nearly 1000 automobile licenses
have been Issued In Grays. Harbor
ince the new law requiring state li
censes went into efTect. This gives the
county one automobile or auto truck
for about every SO inhabitants. Mora
than SO machines In the county are en
gaged in the Jitney business.
Woman Council President Pro Tent.
LOS ANGELES. July 17. Mrs. Estelle
Lawton Llndsey. recently elected the
rtrst woman member of the CltyCoun.
ell. waa chosen today president pro.
tern, to preside during the absence of
Toledo Itoad Being Paved.
CENTRA LI A, Wash.. July 17. (Spe
cial.) The construction of a mile of
hard-surface road west from- Toledo,
which was left undone last Fall. I
Special Added Attraction
MARK SWAIN VIVA EDWARDS
In a Keystone Feature Comedy
"The Confession of
Madame Barastoff" "
Latest News Events
10d STARTING TODAY 10:30 A.
M. 10c R
e apparent I heino j... ... I s trTaanaTii J i Trr " ' i ' m.i m mm huu il lim .lassevgssaTjwsasassaa. j
uuuon-Duanei crop In the I'niteri " v. .-i.,,,,, Bllu me roao.
the farmers of othei ' coun rt t!l..W'llwlMI "f""1 " """ ' H" TT
been spurred into increasing their own L"" J"rVi" w& Grvev r the con- . '
Cr7U-.rJT Perferted metht alr-nnl.Vna I i '
r''"?. loinn anrt fat hi pa. U'm. lo-aar for pro..?
rtnerit, hnok ot alnaMi a-1-rW a:1 lttmria. '
llfntfrn. Addrraa: n F.T BROIlru
SO East 22d St.."'' FytfewYoVk. i
tl0 U a
s9 Joly Clearance
at Fifth and Oak
Continues to Force Prices Down on Wanted Hmispfm-nJsriJncrR
40 -Lb. Elastic Felt Mattress
Worth $9.50, on Sale One Week Only at
Ai? extraordinary sale of an extraordinary mattress. A mattress that is
absolutely guaranteed to be made of real cotton felt! built uTm Svers and
lias rolled edges and wjth an occasional sun bath will inve years of service
?unltTfnPoXdd S??dal ffTr th WSGk makes the esVmattJess5:
I'lrt1- PJFJ?"1?11 Pri 1 ??-B0. .Some stores charge
send 7oc extra for burlap. -
ordering by mail
the coat nf hnm. n-l-v.l-.. r . - ,. . ...
man to furnish his home -omtleteiv and ViV ....V-J....." U" 1.. .r"ym,nl!' .n? maK V,";v tnr smallet-slsrled
very ..mall amount, aurl w win ,,.1 V. -..", -".V.' noma oiiini
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Edwards make, the easiest credit term. i n an rortland. yU W,U "'i P4'd ,he
f II linnh I Via list mant a
archly niiiM the mtikM wffkh- MnnthU ,NvVnu .u.
entire bill without having experieuced any . neon v enteric.
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1 HIS VJUtrit '-(-r7rt.e .hownruV.Unot"nar "i"'.1 TJ":. " ?' -vantage of any par-
1- 1 ihaC ... a - a lill'il aa ur- w ij sr llkriilrl V V 1 1 nail da
.KaVtment: a bu'ngaiowm? iJS'SSi'11 hero " u"u"u1 oPP-riunlty to save money
r" rooms in order 10 Ket a Kj.e. lal price.
one rom. two rooms or Ihrre rotirna aa
. An ideal outfit to start with
$6.00 Ca.h, $1.25 Weekly
Including colid oak table which will seat
eight people, $15.00; four heavy solid oak
chairs to match at $2.33 each. Also a solid
oak Mission buffet with plenty of room
for silverware, linen and china at $21.00;
a genuine Brussels rug 9x10-6, 3H.00.
$2.50 Cash, $1.00 Weekly
All that ia required In a modern kitchen.
New Process four-burner gas cange with
broiler, including connections, 16.50; two
I' i wka -n h j ... .i
i tu caik buy anv
you see fit. If
if ou live in an
sturdy craft style chairs, built of hard
wood $1.50 each; kitchen treasure with
two flour bins, two small drawers and two
moulding board?, $3.50.
$6.00 Cash, $1.25 Weekly
Includes the following pieces: Guaranteed
brass bed, massive construction, designed
like illustration at $12.50; Colonial solid
oak dresser, $17.50; Mission bedroom stand,
$3.10; small bedroom chair at $2.50; all
steel spring with link fabric, $3.50; elastic
felt mattress, $5.00; pretty new wool fiber
rug 8-3x10-6, pattern to be selected, $10.50.
Send for Our New Big
explaining how you may buy
furniture, carpets and stoves
on our easy credit plan.
A I Hess
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seeing- you, no matter what you do
or how far away you live. In this
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at home. It pictures each article,
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Get Edwards' New Location
Firmly in Your Mind
Our new store located at the corner of Fifth and Oak is much more convenient
and handy to the shopping district than the former location. Just two blocks
north of Washington on Fifth street, "the head of furniture row."
On account of backward season, we have reduced the price of Refrigerators
for the balance of July, with the opportunity of buying on our usual easy
credit terms. . Pay $1.00 weekly or add one to your regular account.
Visit Our Exchange Departmt
I'i11r-.SrZJ0K,,,to,l " F.lfLn 'n.a ak we K,v" entire floor for the dinlv
" n,,Ph, h,BV b'rn kn I" exchange. Also a number of new .nuloi
Jfn. k..Vti""i,ltl? damased or shopworn which are priced from one-third to
r"u'ar rire- wi'l trade in your old stove for a new ranee
wff, Z V;r'f K?u nav fJ,rnl ' " do not wnt. we will take it in end
Sur aVent wml Tl. 1 Jl" " -7 aTsJ" Crpeta- J:,n4f U u" " ,lme nd
$ 70 $10
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE
is the best for Summer use.
It will lighten your work.
U tmL'rj Cash
The Monarch ' rnn.nm.. 1..-
fuel than oiher nnit. There i
! coal to carry. Iras wnH t
pllt. fewer aatiea to handle. The
inalleaMe lop of the "Monarch
heals throuich Qtltrklv. doinar
vuh the ne. easily of Martin a fire
lonar netore you to ui.r li.
Mi-o redu. e heat from th kiirh.
The polished top reinrew no Mat-K.
mar. e ire i-anflncnt that II will
please you )" aa l( h thnuxtidi
f other. We Invite ou to sec it