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Tnn SUNDAY OKEGOXIAX. rORTLAyP. XOVE3IBER 58. 1015.
MEMORIAL DAY FOR
HIGHWAY IS HERE
FOR AID FOR POOR
S15.000 IN CASH PRIZES
LISTED FOR STOCK SHOW
CU Etpoaiiloii- Ar- r9ii f Attract Pcroo InUrntrd in V.rid
IJ f rvJr-0. A. C. StudritU Will Entrr Judjlnr Conttt.
The Most Heat for Least Money
Contribution of $1 000 for Vista
House at Crown . Point
Campaign y Launched Today
Special Summer Price
to Relieve Suffering Al
ready Reported in City.
PER TON S5 IN 3-TON LOTS
...aaaw- .aaa- ay r i
STEADY FUttD IS NEEDED
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l.rl ef ti fifth Annual ra.Ki- mi.r
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bald al lha fnion Mo.-ksrd. .Nortn
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i .i.ik,i.j .1 id. rin.l p..llion
amouaticm lo lti.- No .ntry f. or
tall raal aii.l ba alari.o. an-, -.na.
nmaabt anKa-l r ncmiem M
Int. k n4. Ihara la fO BalJ-T na
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l'urabra4 rain or ina oi
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i... i -i.. Bfnrkvarda Comoanv at tba
aBnb.r of foniirfff.. In tba Commf
lal lb baiidinrj. inur.i.r . '
Tba 0.TarnrB of four.
an! paajib'f tatas i:l Itcnd.
bat tb.ra ri! ba ro ..rn aiina or a
istKiat ilor.rnora. uanhara. run
.a man. Copt im rclil ciub inamhars.
all . Nodi a4 kao rai' will all
ra'k.r. lo IT- probaba att.nl of
(. ttkr inlraHr; f.alora all!
LUMBER RATE ADJUSTED
i:ti:n, idi:i.oi nii.t rtT 01
rnrrv itm pi)M-
l .raa hlpaara Pay t.Urr af Ia
ateianB la laaaro t'alara al
t a.iiiNi;t". Nor. Tba Inlcf-
atala Commcrr Comrniaalon loday bus-
. 1 - . rAmfiUmi af lha rlaatart.
uraaton Lumbar rro4u-ar' Aoclslii.
.nt tha tir.ton- blniloii iian-
m ' - -
rlar.d unraaaonabla and unjuatly Oia-
bar Irorn Kaal.rn iracon nulls to
point a In Tomina. Colorado aad '-
bra.aa. on lha Harllnmon rauroau.
Il ordar4 tba rarrt.rB lo aalablirh
by January It pa rtl'i no! atc.al
1.. 1 r.i nar 1 a oounda mora than
rat.s lo tha aama d.tnatlona from
rr,k,nt: and from lirldsl Vi nol
caadin i cants mora Ihsa from bpo-
Tha praa.nl rata from lha Fpokan.
arauo 1. ; ranis aad from Lastsrn
uteca mm c
LA OKANt'K. Or. No. IT dpcrUl.t
Tba daiatoo In.uras lha fulura of
of BBlarprma. fur commarv tal a
l.tatvra d pan d-d on a laroraM dc
rl.lon." jrb la lha ronaanaus of opin
ion !.s.4 from sawmill man In Lajt-
rmuracoa aa a raaull of lha iBtarstata
I'ommarta t'omnataaloo a action In pul
Itnc l.sat.rn .iradnj lumbar rslaa on
parity with Ihoaa of lpokan.
Tba Hurunston yatara faad a
tartfa lumbar conaumption ar.a." said
Laon ltoMar4. aasralary of lb al
arn Orn l.umsf rroducara" Aso
rtallorv wkk-b 14 lha Bhl. "Wt war
rsmr.iiil whaa ro "patina with hpo
kana far M.aaourt Hlrvr and (turllna
loa tra polnta to pay loral rata
la h.t.eoa and local rata from Ihara
-v-.r pro4-.lion Is rwln. sn4 a
imply had to bas a raatr disposal
-Iiad" Noma III ! I I GranJe.
ba lha ti.M' (gdcinff cortrt. Mori
dr. tx-.rnilH.r . In which tudnt
from a numtwf of srl. ullural col-
I. fri will partlrlpalr. For 1Mb avanl
liar ra Birai- a numi-r of notabl
ntriaa. Purtns i ha avrMiaitton lha
folinalnc will h.ld Un:
(irron J.ra.jr fatllo t'lub. I'rfrnO
ligirni'V I'altl- Club. Ornn.Wao-ln:tnMaho-l.niana
A..cxiatlon. (T'tin Calila and Ht"
IUlr Amw Istlon. :rron !IM
tlrdr.' Aaa-v.-utlon. Crrfc-on llolatrln
I'attla flub, Northw! hhortborn A
vialloii. uraion Huttr and Chaaa.
m.tr' Aaanrlallon. lira-ton I'oultr
and I'. I x-k I iow and Wlllamctta
Vs'l Wpolrroa-ri' Aaaoclstlon.
nslra arhadul4 lo taka plara during
lha aipoaliion comprlaa: tlrraford rat
It. undr tba aujiplcas of tha AmarlraA
II. r.ford i'attla Hrdra Anaoriallun.
ef whlcft tL J Klnr Bcrtrj7. on
nrambat tl I rm-.rr. I . m t-r .
champion Individual and far lot. P
cambar I: rritrad llolatalna. urudar
dira-non of O-ofea A. Cur. itn
Tu.xUy rrornlrc IVcmbr 7. will
ba dotr4 lo Judslnc lha mrltB of
(at rl of .hP. awtn. Jraya,
ArriMr.a and Ourfni.Ti. whlla in tha
afi.rn n unJudK'd rlanaa wl I ba
da!. ) O. TV. Moon, familiarly known
aa "Pd.' wh brouttht lha first oro
motlva lo La Grind ore 31 year
sao. la danr.rrouly III and his mind I
.s- rT-r' --r ( J
r " s
The Supremacy of
Peruna as a
44 Years of Leadership
mataraaa) I Mi Week.
Mr. JallMi Ooud.au. Crwlnvliie. t.-.
ufl.r-al allh rilarrh of IB ilnmarn.
la did a knew ahat his trouble a .
l4 .a anaMa ta work. Could hard'7
tal BTtMr-. Aflar lkll .'run a
anort lint b la now la p.r?t b.h.
II m ?e "l am now rluiit. a.l my
00- k I am ronridaal Inst annn. tuf
r.rma aa I aa could ba ruled by
Krery bsaa af Weather.
V - c Ano:4. T'terly. H. I.
1-S'-lai a a.ra cold Tha cold at
t:.d in hi 1 "d producd a roncll
tinn that lhouht la ba Piurlay.
K..--r char, of .:hr anuld brtna
rxura of bit troubi.. Atirr laklnc
I'. tuna i:l hi allmanis h aniahrU
faia la lb Maaaeen.
y - llanry Knock, box v. No. 11M
t Vi.l . Jan.ll:. Wis. arllaa:
a, rot. oa ataal four aka ago
that I had a pa n la my smroacn. I
fo.lnw.d yoar a 1 'r. and u-Kl 'nr..
MUM af iar farutiB. and I am all
tfM .... I sm a.rr thankful far
year B4lr Bod your mdlcl.'
Tkra aakalaatlal ar. bead a af fa aa 1 1 lea, aaade efficient
awe aaar r Feraaa. Threr koaaewlvea reatored la their
faaallle. Theaa ar aaly aaaaplea af mUmi Peraaa la doles
aery day. e-er,kcr. aarely. tkla la a apleadld arark.
Aayfaiati laat eervr faaxlly life aad aaakea Ike haase
aar dealrabl aad eaaafartakle, Baari.be Ike aearl real af
rlvllUailaa. Para a a la a greal HvllUer.
"STUNTS" ON PROGRAMME
Throngs of Motorlnts Visiting- Co
lumbia Iloule Today Will Give
Enough to Start .Structure,
Honoring- Plonerr, Belief.
This la tl ! rt for tha Vista
Itotipa Association excursion up the
Columbia Itlvrr Highway and. unless
tha unrxpevted happens in the way ol
had wrsther or oiher untoward cir
cumstaDces. the plan of tha association
lo build a sultabia memorial to Oregon
pioneers on tha very crest of Crown
I'olnt will ba made known to hundred
All auto owners and their friends
are urged to go out on the highway
today l-y the committee in charge,
which la .traded by Julius I. Meier.
All who go are axsured they will see
tha Columbia Itlver gorge in its Win
ter attire, with different vlewa than
hare bean attainable during tho Sum
mer months. The streams that pluntre
oer the edge of the gorge are running
full. It la pointed . out. and between
Iitourrll and the eastern line of
Multnomah County It la declared -there
are 12 big waterfalls that will be at
their beat today.
Iraka Are Saaw-Cayerea.
Snow Is on the nearby mountains,
and the Invluoratlng air will add a
seat to the trip that It would lack
earlier In tha year. AH who go are
ureed lo wrap up warmly so as not to
taka cold from the Winter air.
No set time of leaving town or for
the return has been fixed, saya Chair
man Mrler. It Is hoped, however, that
all who go will reach Crown Tolnt
about II o'clock.
II. la I'lttock I president of the
Vlnta House Association and Adolphe
Wolfe Is treasurer.
Rabbi Stephen H. Wise, the famous
New Yorker, will he taken on the high
way by Julius .Meter. The parly will
leave .-arly tht morning and will cover
the creat driveway In time to return
Habt.l Wise to 1'iirtland by 1 1 :S0. It
had been rlnnr- ' h,VB Kbhl N,!e
speak on the hltthway. but his time
limit may preclude this. feature of the
procramttie. . .
Harry Corbelt vesternay made use or
tha telrphone to be sure that a receP
tton committee should be on hand, and
ascertained that every one of the rural
dwellers along the highway will be
out In force.
Thousand-Dollar day" on the High
way 1 aolnsT to be something that
everybody will remember.
Cars ara to begin golns: out on the
h ahwsy at J o'clock, and others will
follow at later hours.
Mania re Promised.
Th programme of "stunts" will be
provided at various times, but in the
afternoon It la Intended to make the
approach of every auto to Crown Point
a eiartllna- and memorable occasion.
-We have fixed the smaller amount
of money that we can receive 'r to
day at $1000." said Julius Meier. X)f
course, w will not expect every vis
itor to contribute thst much, but that
nnl be the agaregate.
Th money will be used as the start
er for Vista House, the memorial build
ing that Is lo be constructed In recog
nition of the ploneera of Oreeon. and
io serve the purposes of a great com
fort station. Il Is to be an artistic
bulldlnc of concrete and strcl. with
memorial windows and panels, and It
will be connected with the music room
of the new hotel so thai the great pipe
or can will send its splendid music to
-It will be th flnlnhlniT touch to the
Mnhmay. and the only opportunity of
the people to contribute and have part
In the work. Nowhere Is there a sult
abia memorial to the pioneers. This
w ill be one." .
The r.turn to Portland this aft.
noon will be made by the different par
ties who make th trip at their own
convenience. It Is susgested by the
committee that travelers should not go
bv the Montavllla road, but cars should
follow the Section Line road and any
rronsroad desired beyond Klahty-scc-ond
street to the Bate IJne road, thua
giving a paved road all the way for
41 mile, except for a little over a mile,
or by following the Si.ndy road via
Kalrvlew to the rlahu Hither route
a 111 prove desirable traveling.
J. wVatrfrrrla iti Icave.
J. Willi Jefferls. Instructor In com
mercial Knllh at Franklin High
School, has received a leave of absence
for a month, durlntr which time he
will b away from the city. Mr. Jef
ferls was notified yestefrisy thst his
reiurl had been granted. He will
resume hi duties at Franklin after
I., r'hrl.im. hnlldav.
A Heeaewtf Reatored.
Mr. I'.. W I'opr'.an. box ST2. Oreen
bro. Ga.. uf fared reral ear with
raiarrh of the itomarh. She a In
uch poor hIih he coul.l aiot snend
In her household dutle at aU. Peruna
aa r.-omin.nrld hv n.iahonr. hna
. a a Induced to brain the use of Perun.
h. y: "Aflr taking fiv bottle of
p.runa I am hapny to ear tht I sm
entirely cured. My ludls.rat.on U en
Oac a rhrsaie lavalld.
Vrs. V Rlk.r. S3 Orani ve.. Kt
Cedr Fal'. la. once a rhronlo
Invalid. Four dlffrreat doctor had
b-.n consulted mthoul avail. Sba had
taken fir different medicine thst hd
...n rrmmitipnilnt. without Improve
ment. I'.runa tried and tb good
rrautt wa prompt and -Bating.
tiuinin Her Uratltade,
Mr Samuel Rulh. Hi Union are..
Inanon. Fa.. I able to ay poaltlvely
I hat aha baa bean .cured by Parana,
ehe can urcllr find aord to expra.a
h.r aratllude for her recovery, lor
many yr ah hd been a uml-li-viid
from cbroolo ctarrh.
C'eanest and Safest U Cheapest and Healthiest
MISS STEINBERG BURIED
BODY OF MOMOLTH GRADUATE IS
TAKES TO IOWA FOR DIRIAU
Victim af Typhoid Fever TVoa Maay
llonora la Clasa Work and la
MONMOUTH. Or.. Nov. 27. (Special.)
The funeral of Miss Orrie Steinberg,
daughter of W. 11. Steinberg, of Mon
month. who passed away Friday even
ing of typhoid fever, was held in the
Christian Church of thU city last Sun
day at 12 o'clock. George A. Pollard,
of McMlnnvllle. officiated.
The body was taken to Hull. Iowa,
to be interred beside that of her moth
er. Miss Steinberg was a member of the
1915 class of the Oregon Normal School
and was one of the most brilliant stu
dents of her class. earninn honor
grades durine her entire three years
at the Normal. She was a woman of
rare personality and was equally aa
prominent in student activities as in
the clat-sroom. Many of the most im
portant offices within the gift of the
student body were bestowed upon her.
Amonir them were: Preldnt of the
-Anaemic" writes: "I am thin and
pale. How can I become plump and
Answer: Three grain h ypo-nuclane
tablet taken with your meals should
Increase your weleht. your strenKtn.
snd cause your complexion to become
radiant and your eyes briKht. Many
atifled users have increased their
weight from St to 40 pounds in a very
short time. ...
-Country" writes: "At one time yoii
prescribed for my brother, when he had
kldnev trouble and it relieved him.
Now I have the very same symptoms.
My feet swell, mv color Is bad. have
headache constantly and feel tired and
have pains in my back. I would like
to have the same prescription.
Answer: For your brother 1 prescribed
balmwort tablets. They are Just the
thing vou need, too. Start taking them
at once. Instructions come with tab
lets in sealed tubes.
. a a
"Lesslev" writes: "1 am nervous,
have headaches, and am always consti
pated. I feel weak and tired and ache
all over. My complexion Is pasty look
ing and my tongue is coated."
Answer: Your blood Is Impoverished
and impure and unable to nourish the
tissue and nerve cells over me mmj
You'll find quick and permanent relief
-a. r f a
I- fr V
I ' )i
The Lale Miss Orrle Steinberg. I
l m a-"a.a-a ...a... a., a-a-4
Ours are the cheapest because the best, fitted by experts
and guaranteed to hold. Seeley's Spermatic Shield Truss
usually closes the opening in 10 days. Sold only by
Laue Davis Drug Co.
Third and Yamhill Sts., Portland, Or.
Proven Superior by City Public
No Gas Smell
Even, Steady Combustion, the Ideal 20th Century Fuel
Try Them and Judge for Yourself
COAST COAL COMPANY.
249 Washington Street,
Delphla Sorority, member of the stu
dent body council, vice-president of her
n.i r ih. hnskerball team.
ClilBa, L dHUill v. . ' - --
and she represented her claas for three
' .i ...... 11-... An-
successive years in me .'i.j .
Miss Steinberg had charge of the
Intermediate grades of the Airlie
schools at the time of her death. The
same capabilities that had made her
a factor at the Normal characterized
ber school work and she was rated as
one of the most efficient" teachers of
The faculty, students and alumni of
the Oregon Normal School adopted res
olutions extending their sympathy to
the family and to W. R. Burton, her
fiance, who graduated in the class of
1913 and is now Instructor in pedagogy
at the McMinnville High School.
Miss Steinberg was born at Hull.
Iowa, December 28, 1895, and came to
Oregon with her parents in 1907. She
i .... Kv h.r faih.r one brother
and. three sisters. Fred. Amy, Barbara
and Fannie, an living wim meir umtt
8 MILES OF GREENS UP
POIITLAXD IV HOLIDAY KOBES
FOR "PROSPERITY WEEK."
Ligltls, Garlands and Christmas
Trees Are to Bo Affixed lo
Lamp Poles Down Town.
Portland began to put on her holiday
By Monday the entire business heart
of the city will be adorned in ever
greens and holiday colors, with eight
miles of cedar garlands lining the
streets in festoons from lamp cluster
to lamp cluster.
. The work Is being carried out under
the leadership of khe retail merchants"
bureau of the Chamber of Commerce.
Decoration was begun around the
blocks, between Washington and Alder
and Broadway and West Park yester
day and will be extended ir. every di
rection through the city aa rapidly as
The zone of decoration will lie be
tween Third and Tenth and Yamhill
and Oak streets. On Washington street
the decoration will-run from Second to
Besides the Rarlands runninsr from
past to post, there will be eieht-foot
Christinas trees fastened at each post.
It will require between 1500 and 2000
trees for this feature alone. At every
street intersection will be festoons of
' The city is co-operating and has ap
propriated I4:.n. The electrical con-
T-. a a an.n'Ar.H KaIOVL' Ore.
general in character, the symptoms or
diseases are given and th answers
will apply in any case of similar na
ture. Those wishing further advice, free
may address Dr. Lewis Baker. College
Bid sr.. College-mi wood Sts- Dayton. O.,
enclosing self-addressed stamped en
velope tor reply. Full name and ad
dress must be given, but only initials
or fictitious names will he used in my
answers. The prescriptions can b
filled at any well-stocked drug store.
Any druggist can order of wholesaler.
in the use of three grain sulpherb tab
lets (not sulphur). They aid diges
tion, overcome constipation and clean
and tone the btood.
"Beauty Parlor" writes: "I wish I
could find a safe and sure dandruff
cure which contains no alcohol nor
jtrease. My customers are always ask
ing for something of this kind."
Answer: Plain yellow minyol is the
onlv thing J could suggest which
would meet these requirements in a
hair tonic. It is a most reliable treat
ment for .dandruff and itching acalp.
"Portlv" asks: "May I decrease my
size without injury to my health? I
am too portly."
Answer: You will find a safe and
sure flesh reducer in the use of five
irrain arbolone tablets. I recommend
these most highly, and patients re
port gratifying results.
a . .
"W. N. K." writes: "Up until a short
time ago. I never knew -what it was
to be tired. I could do my work and
attend to my social duties like a man
should. I required very little sleep
and was like a two-year old." Al
ways felt (rood, never worried, but now
my condition has changed, I'm no long
er the man I used to be, and 1 m very
much alarmed about my health- I feel
like I could faint from, sheer exhaus-
' Answer: You have allowed your sys
tem to run down. Too much work, dis
sipation or too much worry, and not
enough rest. Start now using three
grain cadomene tablets. These are
hlKhlv recommended and wonderfully
effective. They should restore your
runiiniw and vnnr brain to new
life and strengin. aqv.
S - - - JBtar- .-A
corns of the city are also lending valu
The holiday decorations will be kept
in place till New Year's.
The first week beinii "Prosperity,
week," there will be many additional
attractions down town.
CHILD GETS SICK,
Look at Tongue ! Then Give Fruit
Laxative for Stomach,
"California Syrup of Figs" Can't
Harm Children and
They Love It.
A laxative today saves a sick child
tomorrow. Children simply will not
take the time from play to empty their
bowels, which become clogged up with,
waste, liver gets sluggish; stomach,
Look at the tongue, mother! If coat
ed, or your child is listless, doesn't eat
heartily, full of cold or has sore throat
or any other children's ailment, give a
teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs." then don't worry, because it ia
perfectly harmless, and in a few hours
all this constipation poison, sour bile
and fermenting waste will gently move
out of the bowels, and you have a well,
playful child again. A thorough "inside
cleansing" is ofttimes all that Is neces
sary. It should be the first treatment
given in any sickness.
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask
your druggist for a f.O-cent bottle of
"California Syrup of Figs." which has
full directions for babies, children of all
ages and for grown-ups plainly printed
on the bottle. Look carefully and sea
that it is made by the "California 1 'S
Syrup Company." Adv.
IF BACK HURTS
TAKE SALTS TO
Says Backache Is Sure Sign You
Have Been Eating Too
Uric Acid in Meat Clogs Kidneys
and Irritates the
Mt folks forget that the kidneys,
like the bowels, get sluggish and
clogged and need a flushing occasional
ly, else we have backache and dull
misery in the kidney region, severe
headaches, rheumatic twinges, torpid
liver, acid stomach, sleeplessness and
al) sorts of bladder disorders.
You simply must keep your kidneys
active and clean, and the moment you
feel an ache or pain in the kidney
-..w... tr a aHr.ur ffllll" nlllllVS Of Jad
Salts from any good drug store here.
take a tableepoonlul in a glass 01 .itr
before breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon Juice, combined with
lithia, and is harmless to flush clogged
kidneys and stimulate them to normal
activity. It also neutralizes the acids
in the urine so it no longer irritates,
thus ending bladder disorders.
i c..iiG la hurmi.ss' I n e x oe nsi ve :
makes a delightful effervescent lihtia-
water drink, which everyoooy snouiu
d then to keen their kid
neys clean, thus avoiding oerious com
local druecist says he
sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who be
lieve in overcoming kidney trouble
while it is only troume. a a v.
It Paj s to Order
It will pay to place an order at once
for one of numerous used but good
player pianos. Weber and also Wheel
ock Pianola Pianos, the Autopiano, an
Apollo Player Piano and several Ce
cilian .Player Pianos, all priced for
quick sale at even 1-00. and several of
the older models, in first-class playa
ble order, now only 17. Surely the op
portunity of a generation, for lodge
. c.iml rtnhllc hall or home.
and our confidential, new easy pay
ment plan is witnin everyoouy s reiuu.
Call at once or write Graves Musio
Company. 17 Fourth Street, near Mor
rison, or at Kilers Music House, Eilers
Building, Broadway at Alder, where
this sale is now in progress.
Applying this Paste
Actually Removes Hairs
Merely applying an inexpensive paste
to a hairy surface, say beauty special
ists will dissolve the hairs. This paste
i.. -'...Ha mivinir s little water with
some powdered delatone; after about
two minutes it is ruDDea on ana mo
skin washed. This simple method not
only removes every trace of hair, but
leaves the skin free from blemish. To
insure success with this treatment, ba
careful to -U vc:U dcliitonc Adv.
LA GRANDE. Or, N. IT. 1 3pa-' Lsfi