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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIA PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 28. 1015.
' DILATORY POLICY
London Loses Optimism as It
Hears Allies Demands Arc
Further Put Off.
SERBIAN UNIO?. PREVENTED
DtliitUu Tactically Artl In VI
claity of MoMttr Orrman
.la - l"rol rvaa I rv tea b
Make Mitl Gala.
OM1t Nav. Jf tasadee'e eSrf'4l
alaar ef lfte U'M l4.tloi aa .
tT o-na":' IB th
ef a raaction. and th pr.'ing epiBlo
al 'at ti-a la that pras
I pa:: JimfJ lo ajjl.hly le I"
aa'r; oi'li:o. that llrr we4ld
en.!a r4I all t ' M4
A!!Mg) 1 I1 forea-aata aa4 etta-
rwfii .r rpiv I th
ant-a'.? l.nitar " net. aenha-lilB'
in ti:aH demar.da af thair !
n.nt C-: (uartiiM sawurltr
aa. t'iertr ef a-tie la the rrte--H-ttun
r9 ca lire, eull. fl:
I xiimulM, th tiet ln.fia:l.'i
rrnrn Ati.B. cleartv l ! lhat
.raa--e h not Jet definite: bt.
atonal l-a di.aterv tseti.-e wBicl. ceased
ta ::: aoe a!e.
- Wi tTasaead.
It I Bow r P 1 1 .'I f "e Ti .(thane that
tl ;ree goerB-v.en rob.r wi.
propM tral miii'arv pct. rtra
aea'ing t&a entente poarer ahail be
p;inM. :t-'4 WltB th
ganarat sta'f IK. damana which II haa.
krs(ofor a.aaime4 were etre.i
f fcri: f aaaware.l.
T Vilaer'aa eprlla In the
iMraM4 ef "aloiieetir aoparernlv
have fr4trte4 e hop tf a name
af r6i-i n 1 Bi.i.-J troop. In Huuiri
era rfci. henc in. u ef lha reti
re1 a In aireaa, termor? le rf I
a an ton Ba eecom of th u(ai't l
Ti Ufn4Bi arr,.ttl nnoBc"i
fjrt.i.r (rot r k.tn4 Priatuie and
M lfXitM n4 ntl nrta apparent
It i a.rr.oet ..ear-J of rwrkia troop,
la L a'4tirn lion. In in.
kcro. i vf KrloU. in rr.nvh sr.
I I.l hot.nc th'r on. if th.r
I a4 b ! Sl b4b-ib In l!.
.rt. at alc . an4 ro'jni.r 'l. k
auB bit. .a Ik. Rntln tk.r IR
rr. ur ( o timed coatiauoua tt
ti. I'l ..i.ral 44)ts.
oti'k.twl.n Ik. p.r.l.t.n.-. of
tk. Iij:rur a4nc. Ik. r.fP.i.
nltnii tk.r ilroftf d.f.naliro aouta
aMt w..i of rrilp. and. crortici( to
a lai uaroitf trm4 Ath.n 4ipl:K.
tr b. r.cak.n Ktmft
PROXY MAY BE AWARDED
W aMn(tna P-nocrallc Coanfnllfro
ana a Cnabl lo to ftlau.
BrKNK. Wuk. Na. ::-pa-
(.) vtuAittict Mti tll prubably
ba r jranll at lb. Nmutuli
tiaaal i'arniicaa tn.l n la Ha.a
lat.a. U C. t.Bibr T. by a proty
b .!. !- Juba 1'atliaon, n
t.aaal conKl'.tam4R. ba founj it R
rf U4.. t ma a lb trip t- II
la !. trial (bar Mr. I'ali.raon .
pray am . Uo lo on t'vmorraiic
l.aj.r rrav Ik aata r Ih.t It will
! la R.pr.ai:! I"'.:. of P;
ba. la aow at Waabiectaa.
p. f.i" T Ccatraa. al ....ton.
Tb principal oa for lb commit"
. .,. a U Iba a-...lfy picklac
it ta lima a4 p!ac far doH; tba
tmm--Ttt; Mrtai coaetl-n. Tkr
a. f ar clli. r1. I i av rrsnctaov
-!! aai !'.' r. bi.4iin for tb
kaur vf '".ii.( tb aataartaf.
T. R. REMAINS ON BALLOT
rraka Vrrrtfi' Italinj Makra
oloiM-l (a4Ual In 1 1 1.
rVAII. N.f. j: . W. faol. N-
avaratary f ptlala. ri4 4y
! a i.t ra'T-! ky Jka . Ti.r.
aa a'larn.y. tbal Iba -na f Ta4r
r.....t a:4 a la r.m:a ca la
ll4 primary ba.lal.
T.tao. aiaja Ik nila lar
yaara a44 ll a pro. waa
al tfial l"n T prol a
r t. aa-t. a-riaj T.iaar. Colanl
n.JM..il aaa caaaat lacaliy at Par
h kat.o. T'r mu aa aut4
flla aa la4--i aviit la r.tria I'ool
fraj pla.'la H-aaM'a a lb
111 primary .!.
CORNELL ENLISTS SCHWAB
U. I. rukrr I Votx of SSI. BPS
(roup ef lorBatlarKa-
rfttr:t.riit v. s :t .rt-
M pj. aiab b. a''pt.4 m.ti b.rbtp In
bor4 of IC4taaa of I'orn.tl t'nl
ry. II it.iMd bar lealay
by II la lar a. vra(ary t tba aal-
Mr. T't.'- ai annaafH-.w tkal
liMr r. -r. af N.ar Tork. wa
II. utflnau 4ar of lb B.ar Haa.r
cauri irait. C 4or maorl coaiins
v4i 11 .
Tba rarprnlitM ea pnbtirlfy iiMH''f 1
tbat an ilgmal a,iMrtv maailn.
ja:4 b fna44 aa4 ikat an altv.
raJpaian ta frm a Corn.tl rlab la
ry city or inn m at t.i it
CBtl a:4jia ba4 b.a ctarl'd
BAGGAGEMEN WIN IN SUIT
J4i lialroa kaork Oat OrdinatM-
Ataln.l rw-fw snlk-itms.
rr-uit Jodaa fiatana haoa-ba I In th
b4 af tha ct'T erdi'vi"-a proMMtlna
' ItitMamaa from all.ltlna: kaaljat;.
IB tba ra.lroad alatlona wba ba laud
a parrnaD.al injuwtloo yalariay
' a !- I tha tur forliiJ " l cru'orc
mant. fut fcal b-aan k-ouhl by lha
Kccaata V Omnjibua Trnfr Com
pany Tbi rotnpaay alt.sadl that tha erdl
Mac a waa raa.d to B contra' t
' with lha Northern fa- iflc T.rrrinal
t'ampany for barvl.in ((!. Th
Pajfaa-a eomrany daclar.d nforca
mant of ti axilmava w o 1 ' d work a
iimr hardship on Ik tartar taf(c
AUTO "COPS" STILL WAIT
awarna In Drlilnj; Car Art Iol
ponrtt hf "lllrf.
? .ratwhi'a r"uat r.tro'man
4 aiat o-h.r urlfo'rrid ra.n of lha
a-arfan-l pal bur.au wr achadul.d
I a Ikatr IHMl laoa aa chawf
frirB iVal lbr asUbl aaceaaafaJly
pllol csr la lb citj'i B. aoomobll
i.s4 B.lt tr.onth. al lh '"4 a
..trelln p nt lomorrow. but Cif ol
ro:ir f.ark Ui t:bt coc.:d tba
ett-r. tba Biarbin.a BOl baTtty bB
purvt.id yo by ! dir.
Umodi ba io ,OOT ,h
aoto-nob Ua ar .car.4 br tb clljr.
h fi prot.bljr b In a f.w 4y-
a:1 ka app-atai.. I lb w
mti; pir.l ba ! l bn
nounc.4. but on Iba 4ajr rali-f tl.
forrr.r meuc(4 m.n al l ba for.4.
.! diriucl r t. Oral". bo baa
.a le cbafa of Iba n-.ounl4 jua4
lac I '.a crHtlon 11 j.ara ao. wl.l
rar iprilon of uto 4!ia.
on. Wouttt.4 rtrotrr.-n lihort. W'ul.
Wub". ao:4 an4 ulor baa b.n
r h ... n for lb r t:f auloi.la. Th)r
wilI baa or parto.r. bo ot
iff .n t - .4.
Tor lb flrat ikt r!lf r what
l o4 BlcM r!lf "
m.arh rli- rr'l Or-: announo
b mill plat ro::oln offie.r on
Ik a-4a4. -.(ro!m.B Kr.lbor.
oil M'M-a.l. ikofTvak.r. llumpb
Kti. R.t4. N: an4 H..h.
Tkr l I ba rrn la rn.
rh'e aa4 fear m-on ran.tanl
4ty la ot:t"t ' cily.
Oa tsa fl olmob::a la ba pur
rha4 al l ba o.i.4 r.rmnal!r at
M Jofexa o4r l'o:i-a r L V.
J.nklaa. "Ctlr of M. Joba aal Lifts
T6 att knfaii kr la kav Iba
ttltrrgtl it In .fw r'.y la DtB-kP-
TWOFARM PAPEBS UNITE
i:rr.it To k jot n . noicnT
V rTE.i rin.
Urratry Alloalla la Calll npr1aaal
aa4 Ppwriai ,rlrla la Oil.
Ma4 aa rlty.
Tba coBaa:.4aU4B of l"o of taa prom
Inaat farm papar of lha Nortbwal ail
oa9plai4 y..t.r4ay wba Iba Wira
I'tiwr. 4:4 by - rl'.lo. por-
rh4 lh W.at.ra rHo-cH Journal. L-
lat a of lranactioo ra Bol mad
oufciir. Th rurvhaaa will rtiaan tbal
IA. n.ariy W..trn Block Journal
utrnbrt will t a-l4c4 lo toa n
.rn lirmffi circulation IHt.
In dntu.in tba n.ar policy ef th
Tatarn I a rmr irowlnf Out Of lb
conaoll4tlon. P. U Carp.ntcr. man
ar. ai4 ytatarday:
"wur pln ar to ! t''r atl.n
t!on lo Waai.ra rartnr atock d"'
rar-.tn'Bt an4 lo r cur nllra eir
ruiailoa ith r-.tal stock article al
-pubMrribara lo th Vlrn Utock
inursal bou:4 f.cl "ry mut b fjrati
fi'4. a Iba cbabK of publi.ft.r .
lb am tb opportunity of p-tt!o apaci
I'.nck irlicu from Wa-.rn t'armar
.dllir. C. ravlil. a moat fftrlnt
aarl. ul'.ural d;lnr an4 a man mboaa
artiyitir la tba burm-ni of North
nt.t farm alock la ati.al"! by hl work
a trrrflarr of lb Waahinicton rut.
br.4 l.l.lxk A.xxiatmn mnd alo a
-r.lary of th Washington. Orrton.
fiabo an.l Mjntaoa ttina Hr.cicr.
-Tb Wtrn "tok Journal :)
baa feaan a h:ch-cla alock publlca.
lion. In purcbaalna Ik Journal ar fl
that ba. aciuir4 a daalrabi prop.
Th W.atrra rfock Journal ba baan
pub'..h4 for th past four ytara by
Jadga Dlmlrk. of Oron City.
filAIL SACKS MUST WORK
it)sTci- ic: ni:r.HTMrrNT kys
IirlKHH IIAi IIKVIVKIX
pmanil Iimt I'rjalpmrnl lH-rlart?d
! lo frrnrral ImrocmcBl B
Wfll aa to Holiday haaoo.
WAHIIINOTOV. No. Knormoui
aaattl.a of mail moir Ihroachoul
tbo country wblck th I'oalofrica !
partm.al altrtbut.s lo bu.ln.aa MltL
aa wall aa tha approa.-htris holiday
aaaon. fcava ca4.4 ;cial noliva to
ba MCI la all poalroats. ra.
uwim to tba araal ralal of bust
aaaa." a4 an ofTlcial annoanr.mant
pubi'4 lo!ay. t! olum of malt
baa tn. r4 la h an ilnt aa to
arr.barraaa tb o.parlmrnl aarioully la
upMltif mall aaca. II la raavaaaary
thai all 4rplua aa.-kt and pou--h.a ba
(Earad al lb 4'poaiiorla with a
ti.w af m"i'rg th traordinari:y
by darrard for mply mall baa thai
a III ba mad br l aani' from bow
until aftar Iho botaUay wtaon
Tha mrcan y ahUh confront ua
rj4;r. that y h unit b put
la work and krpt aoiklrf until th
c-a at t" r ""
FRANK HARWOOD HONORED
Mrmbara ft Orpin-am Orcficaira
Trader An Oiaiioa.
I park Itarweo!. who clca.4 kit parr.
Ira laat tuM aa laad'r of tha Orphaum
orbc.atra ta4a. f uniun Irouhla.
waa taa4r4 ba oration by bia fellow
rnuatctana al Iba cta af tba P.r lorm-
n.a. whan lhr all ara and pla4
"r or llaa a Ji:y. aoo4 I allow." utb
tba laa-l.r Bad Iba mi-lnana abowrd
a.na af mtion aa thty aa.d t.l.lr
Mr. Marwood waa rcntly frppp4
from lh muaiciaoa union on lh
around that ha waa dlaiuaU.'i.d tr
namlxrihip by raoa ef kaia com.
bar loo fa-ar.tly from a lor.no
country I'.nartarvJ Mr. Ilarwood ha
aid h will ronlaat tha Ucallty of hla
EMPLOYES PRESENT- GIFT
promotion of II. K. Lutfrr Marked
by Powrr ('orapaay l orxrr.
VAM.VH.TKn. Waah. No. -' (-P-r'Ll
A hand.om void watch wa
praaantod to IU K. U(fr lorict by
mpletra ef lha waiar and traction da
partra.nta ef tha Norm Coaal rof
To npany. of Ihla etiy. T pranta
t ion paav.h mad by La Clark..
Tha watch Ml flTrn by mploy
who ha bn andr Mr. Unr'i dl
Taction for aavaral ycara and on hi
promotion lo ta poaucon or maatrr ol
mamianaaca tor IB North Coaat
ls.tr Coespao). Mr. Clark aurcoad
aa local manacar.
Mr. I4sr I'I ronlinu lo tnak
hi horn and hadquarira bra.
CLARKE PIONEER IS DEAD
Mra. Mary I-. HrlafB. Ml, "urturaM
Bl Home of naaslilrr In Yarolt.
VANiT't'YKII. Waah.. No. IT (Spa
riaL Mra. Mary 11 lll-.n. II y.ar
o;d. 41.4 al tba home of kr daughter,
Mr. Jatna Bappto-ton- I" Tacolt. y
larday. fha bad ba a raaTJant of
Clark County for J Jaara. cornlnS
bar In Hi. Tha town of Hrlaaon. on
tha Nortbarn Tai-i'le branch. aa named
altar bar hu.ban L
Hhm la aurlad by Ihraa aon. Will
lam Itradly H!an. of Mi:arom.
lii.h, an! l daoehitr. eknd
chlldr.n ard arrat-rndchlldrn.
Th funarat will b bald al Crawford.
Vltiia lasoffaw, 4
GUNS SHELL LINE
French Believe Day Will Come
When Germans Must Flee.
WAR NOW PART OF LIFE
Tob of IPoJctlleB Ilttrlcd. Daily
aa Nation rllr Down Soberly
lo Bnalncaa or liatUo aa
Ixnf aa It May Il.
DT JOMX F. BAM.
ISpacial Mrr.trii Cblc
lai:jr Id Krar.ca-
piMit n: a? ralard IB tmns-
ml.oo.) Throuf b tfa courty of h
Kr.nrt. rortlin I'flica A "
aa. r..t im Arlola ana aurtna
1 b'carna coatnc4 of a iltuauon which
i,aa ataltd bafora ut which cannot
bo rPat.4 loo oftan. Tor mora than
a y.ar ton upon tooa of J.'l
born ip.od4 'ry day. ThU
coulJ b'ar and - No " draro4
b.for. lb r thai lhara would b- a
1 dnm of ammunition. in:
aa apciaUy Iru In rard lo tha bitr
uoa. which ara bow uad mora trolly
man Iba mall tiald una wera uo
To aupply lha machlnary for tnak.nc
,u. h nu.niitUa of ammunulon. not only
for ordlaary purpo.c. but for ''
it, tu a itow mUr. Tha only way
for armlr to so forward la by blowln
up tha po.tilon of tba nmy bodily
wtth.bla nun. fSmall un haa prac
iir.ii. no effact on daap Intrani bnienta.
Th conviction now prall lht
ronllnuou upi!y of ammunlllon for
tb bl un la a..urau wr"
kiowin lha Grrman out of ranc
will proceed uninterruptedly.
I a. one a.hella rail aania Ilaya.
We wr reclvej by General Foch.
who. In lh rour of tba run. -prd
hi abolut. faith IB tb
c of tb elil. We.maB procaded
. tnwai that haa ba satrarely
thot up la a yara comtant bombard
mnl. No day paaa without !
falllnaT and aa many a iu.wuw
b fallen In the city b one day. ae-
cordlnf to efflcar.
Tha itralaat damage haa bn done
to th architectural nionumenl In tha
b. qunra and two dilapidated aectlon
of th facada are all thai remain of
tb town haiL Of th Mou tower only
a hapclr mm of aton la lft and
each week e Iheaa crumbllnit fur
ther from lh aboil fire. Ha who run
may a lhat Iba Oermana concentrat
lhair fire on lhre monument, for th
hou lylnir Immediately In their front
toward lha German trenchea hare been
raied. Much condition are nonexltnt
In tha reat of Ihe town.
They ay lha (irrmini ue Incen
diary bomb and when a flra catche
and tha fire department la at work Ihe
German then bll th neighborhood
wt'h hrpnl. .
W. went on to Ablaln-Pt. Naialre at
th foot of tha tcfp pur of the now
famou rlda of Notre I ame do t-orette.
Tha town la completely dtroyed.
Broken wall tandlnc with an occa
sional half roof furnish a poor hrlter
for th troop. Th town of t)OUchea.
which waa taken In September, la only
half a mile ahaad.
Trearkea Better Tha a la Raaala.
Wa enter the acond line of trenches
by a unkn road, which rocentlx wa
lh srn of flerc flithtlnir. The
trenches and underground ahellera seem
to be better conlrueted lhan those In
lul Ufa In them In Iba mud and
rala la pretty erera on the troop, but
th soldiers have fallen Into Ihe rou
tine of daily battle at If life contained
PJaltarlas of (una hidden near by bark
Incessantly. Tha German artillery erum
blea an answer In the distance and
shells sins oyerhead. From an eleva
tion there I a new of tha Tklley and
tha rid- beyond. Thlt ralley. which
la two mile arroe. wa won by the
Krench In the September offensive.
Their Itnea are Bow near the crest of
the rldce and the Germans ara hsnglng
on to the oppoait aid.
B.yond lha crt I a drop of I00 feet
lo lb plalB of roual with the town of
that name 11 ml away. It I said
that if lha Krench win :0 jards mor
thy will command th plain, which will
than bevom untenable lor tne oer
mana. This movement would also flar.k
tha Germane from Lana and the bl
coat fields. These are or sreai im
A4aae af alaara ,. aaderf al.
la the advance In epimbr al
tourhai and south of thai city lha
Moroccan brlatad made wonderful
procrcs. Th Unas ran virtually north
and aoulh. Tha FTnch artillery had
blown tha German trench to place.
Th Moroccan wr rushed through
the valley peat Neai:ie-It. 'aaat and
up the steep rid- overlooking1 the plain
of louaL They reached tba top of th
rrt and torn vn descended Into th
plain. It waa lha record change of Ihe
war. for the men covered. In a drive
against a defended position, two and a
half mil la one hour. Their advance
waa ao rapid lhat tha reservca could not
keep tip and lha Moroccan brigade had.
therefore-, to draw bark In self-defanee
lo the western elope, where It In
trenched. r'rom everything I have seen on this
hurried trip I think that tha French
nation ha settled down aoberly lo the
war and to carry It on aa a business as
lonf aa It may last. Of courao. there
ara hardships and suffering, but Ihese
are accepted as a ncealty and habit
help to do tha r.t. There Is no rx
peclallon of an early peace, nor Is there
any espresalon of a desire for IU so far
aa t have heard. Many times I have
baa n told: "The moment will still come
whea we will drrv the German out of
rranew. Meanwht'e wa have made the
war part of our life and can keep on
Indefinitely It necessary."
WOMEN'S WORK IS PRAISED
Surgical rrlos Made Here Br-
come) New York Models.
Th work of maklnc surgical dress
ings, which la belnc dona by Portland
women under the euaplrea of tho
Surgical Dreaslng Commlttea of New
York City, I commanding attention In
th Kast. aa Is shown by Information
received yesterdsy. A letter from tha
headquarters of the work in New York
The dressing from Portland are of
such excellent quality that wa ara
proud to use them aa models.
Aa the result of the activities thle
past week, a total of 1C1 dressings of
various klnda were sent to New York
from Torlland on Friday, and from
lhare will ba dlspat'hed lo the scene
of tha war in Furop. The dresalncs
rnt Included 3" fracture pad. HZ
rolled tandagea. 311 gatiie packing and
lie flat dressing!. The total sent Is
RESCUERS BRAVE FLOES
Powerful I-aunch to arvh for
Five I.i on Ioc.
SKWAPP. Alaj-ka. No-. :T. The
Alaska Engineering Commission put
men lo work al Anchor- tuOay to
Uynamila B pallk through aoUd, lea at
tha mouth of 6b!p Creek o Captain
Cramer, a veteran navigator, can take
the launch Traveler out to so to tha
assistance of Fred Tracy, agent of the
Alaska Steamship Company, and five
other men who ara trylnr to reach
Anchorage through the Cook Inlet Ice
field In the mall launch Onward.
Tha Traveler la much larger and
mora powerful than tha Onward and
Captain Cramer It confident ha can
force hla way throush tha lea floea
after ha get hla boat Into deep wter.
although heavy Ice la running. The
Traveler will carry a crew of four men
and plenty of provlalone to enable the
rescuers to make a thoroush search
for the tlx men. They have not been
w j . .i . it., turned back from
rival u ut an w --
the steamship Admiral Farrasut after
haking been carried I miles down
Cook inlet by the Ice laat Tuetday.
TSa miasms men are Fred Tracy,
agent of the Alaska Steamship Com
pany: Captain John I'etersen. Engineer
Knude Bradland. Cook Jamet Peacock,
of the etern-wheet steamer Matanuska.
Captain Hank fchaff.r. of the ' O1-"-and
a man known at -bltm." The tern
perature al Anchorage today Is .0 bo-
MrltnV.RED CHItDREI ANDSCICIDB
FATHER BCR1ED TODAY.
Mather and Fatherleaa Beya Praatraled
br Tragedy FlaaaeUl Bevereea
Tkeaghl ta Be Caeee.
rvinv. Or Nov. J7. (fpeclaL)
Three small white coffina and one large
k.i.,M n. rontalnlnr the bodlCS Of
U Huffman and bla three little daugh
ters Marguerite. Josephine and Kate
the vlctlma of tne prairie City tragedy
lie In tne undertaking parlora In thli
city tonight awaiting Ihe funeral serv
i .ki.k will ba held at I O'clock
Sunday afternoon. Tha tervlcee will
be under lha auspice or in " iuu...r
m.. 1 1 1 . m-ara hrnucht here on la
nl tent's train, accompanied by the wife
and three fatherless boys, the oldest of
which Is IS ycara old. The father and
author of Ihe tragedy waa a member of
a well-known pioneer family and wa
born and reared within a short dlatance
of thlt city. The wife waa alto a tclon
of a pioneer family, and both husband
and wife are conected with the most
prominent people of the county.
The only causes assigned jfor the deed
ar. financial reverses. Several year
go Mr. Huffman waa In the sheei
i. . . n ,1 anoarentlV In KOOd cir
cumstancea. A pall of Kloom over
spreads the entire community.
Mr. Huffman's condition is reported
to be favorable. Ihougn it ia aim a.n
SETTLER ASKS RECEIVER
Two Suits Agalnit TJind Company
Arc Filed ot Oregon City.
CM-TV Civ av. 47. fSoe-
UltEiM"-' V . . " ' "
caL) The Northwestern Association
H.fanHant todlf In tWO SUltt
filed In the Circuit Court JeBse Haxsle,
. n.tlalmr in bank-
wno rcceniijr nir m. - . ------
.-w i- tha i'ailaril Court In Port
land, la the president and manager of
k of Mnlalla. Who Is
contract holder In the association, filed
a suit asking that tne court. apiuut.
receiver for lha company.
u.ni, la tha olalntlff in the
other action. he aeeka to foreclose on
a 11100 mortgage and aska two yeara
The Northwestern Association own
more than S00 acre of rich farm lands
In the llcdland district-
PRE-NUPTIAL PACT UPHELD
Itallroad Bnllder'a Widow and Her
Children Win Estate.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 17. Mra. Mar
garet Hackman Townsend. the widow,
and her two aons. Edward and George
Hackman. aged 12 and ye-ir". respec
lively, won their fight for the estate
of George Towntend. railroad builder,
i. a decision handed down In the cir
cuit Court here today.
The court held that the pre-nuptlal
agreement entered- into between Town
aend and his wife Just rrevious to their
marriaae was legal. Inder thla docu-
. .i .iirH hullder agreed to
menv. i". " -
adopt the two sona of hla ; y
previous marriage and to settle 10.000
on hla bride.
The pre nuptial agreement waa made
In ll4. not long before Townsend
CRIMINAL REC0RDS FILED
Nrwrpape-r Cllpplnga In Mr. Eyana'
Office Cover Ixinc Terlod.
The most complete file of newspaper
ek a. In tha city, covering crimi
nal and quasi-criminal cases for many
year back. I now Installed In District
Attorney Evans- office for the use of
tha public prosecutor. The rile was
lent to the District Altorno a office
by U U I-evlng. w ho for many yeara
ran a private detective agency here.
Mr. livings has gone to Clatskanle.
where he has an onion 'arm.
The cllrPln HI" contalna IS. 000 en
velopes, and the card index svstem re
fers lo 4-J.00O names. Temporarily.
Miss Verne S-mlth. Mr. Levlngt" clerk,
goet with the cllpplnj- flic. She la
helpln- Waller T. Geren. special agent
for Mr. Evans, to familiarize himself
with the file.
TWO ROBBERS SENTENCED
Hljiwarnen Who Operated About
Clarke Quarrlea Go to Trlson.
VANCOfVER. Wash, Nov. 17. Ppe-
Cl,j.) W. J. Watson, one of the robber
who held up a number of men at the
rock quairles at Fisher. November f.
when about tSI was secured, today was
sentenced to from five to 10 years In
the state prison at Walla Walla.
George okaurls, the other robber, was
sen.enceJ to from five to seven years
In Ihe state reformatory at Monroe.
Watso.i appeared to be -the older and
had Induced the Greek to assist him in
commuting tha robbery.
THIEF DISREGARDS SHERIFF
Telephone Box In Courthouse Looted
and "Receiver I Stolen.
In the main corridor of the Mult
nomah County Courthouse, a thief
late Frldav afternoon entered a tele
phone booth, tore the Instrument from
. .. ..i.j aha telenhona into a
tne wan. i.inx4 --- -
corner of tha corridor and looted the
cash box. , "
Yesterday afternoon, scarcely an
. . . hart reinstalled
ROUT Baler a
tho telephone, someone again entered
the booth, and wun a pair ui
snipped off tha receiver, which he car
ried away. Both robberies occurred
within a few feel oi tne onwun -fie.
New O.-W. It. V X. Service Arranged
Beginning December I tixe. O.-W, XL
Aronson has agreed to raise a big lot or
money by December 30, arid that's why
Everything in Aronson's
Jewelry Is Marked Down!
IT isn't that we're overjoyed at the idea or prospect
of a profitless Christmas business.
Nobody likes to labor for the fun of it.
The sale ia for the purpose of raising a large amount
of money. . .
To get it big concessions have been made.
Still bigger ones are going to be made.
For cash must be had, NO MATTER WHAT THE
But we're getUng it, thank you!
Also we're getting it without impairing the store a
Nothing ia marked up to be marked down again.
Nobody tries to make things look better than they
. Nobody teases anybody to buy anything.
I overheard one salesman say:
"Madam, please yourself. There are a hundred
women in Portland who will buy that rase if you don't
Did she take it?
EVERY day we discover some new and wondertul
savings. . . ,
l- :..(,. ha l.la TA'aahinofin-Rtreet wmdOW
was refilled with Sheffield and plated wares today.
12.50 Bread Trays are Ji.ao; i sierimi,
Cheese Knives are 55c; $00 to $2 Spoons,
Meat Forks. Ladles, etc, are 85c; Baking
Dishes worth $8.50 are now $1.35; $4 Sand
wich Trays are $2.15; $18 Sheffield Coffee
Sets can now be had for $9.85; Solid Silver
Souvenir Spoons are 65c; Sterling Silver
Thimbles are 5c; $2 Sheffield Bon Bona are
$1.15; a big Sheffield Platter that was $35
is now $15.50; a $5 Cheese and Cracker Dish
ia $2.45; a heavy plated Casserole that was
$7.50 is $3.43; Bread and Buttei Plates of
Sheffield silver that were $1.23 are now 85c
each; Sheffield Vegetable Dishes that were
$10 are $4.85; $20 lea sew tot iour pieces
. in it. 1 "Bnil" Yaura are 5."c: $1 Salts j
and Peppers are 55c a pair; all kinda
Plates, nuhes. etc- are reduced
r. r..ai.franHiod Knife and Forks are
selling for $15 a set instead of $20;
a tti.i.j nrii M.ulNinff nc rii
oi jriaicu iiuiraaic i
be bought for $4.85 instead of $7.50; a chest filled with
Solid Silver Tableware is marked $39.50 instead of $52
(it also contains 26 pieces).
Every piece of Sterling Silver in this big store is
A set of six Bread and Butter Plates, with six But
ter Spreaders to match (all of solid silver), can be
bought for $39.50 instead oi a note..
Ramekins in silver frames, worth $38, can be
bought for $27.50; a magnificent Solid Silver
Platter, with gravy tree and well, is marked
$125 (it was $165); a "Gorham" Solid Silver
Tray, very large, is $129.50 instead of $190; a
$28 Sterling Silver Comport is $18.50; and o
on, large or small, every piece is du-
This morning (Saturday, for all the Sun
day ads are written on Friday or Saturday),
a couple came in and asked to look at the
Water Set in the Broadway window.
"How much for the whole set?
ac e:r . waa the rpnl v.
ptl t it an'" said the
me that five dollarsr Then she explained.
"My husband bet me that the seTen-dollar-and.a
half ticket applied only to the Jug and not to tha whole
set; so. you see, I win nearly enough to pay for it,
"There!" she said again, "1 told you so.
"Well, alright," aaid the husband, "I'll make another
bet with you right now."
"Alright! What is it?" ti . ,
"I'll just bet you another five that you cant help
fro.n talking about this for more than a week.
Did she take the wsger?
She did not.
She said: "Don't talk so silly!
But that man he knew what was in store for him
a-, a C 1 11a awlaaaea t
The Cut Uiass is aoouruij v..-,-.
Fifteen-dollar Water Seta of seven pieces are S7.a0
(about the price of the jug alone); $6 Trays arc i $3.50;
$Lo Olive Dishes are $1.75; $5 Bowls, big and deep,
A X Company will put observation-
cf-Prior carts on
. i- Kitia-Bn Portland and
do if oir t ii.i -.-."-
Beattlo. replacuia- the Pullman parlor
cart now in use on that run. Train
No. 62 leavee Portland at 8:30 In the
morning and arrlvea at Seattle at J:li
1 he afternoon. Train No. SO leaves
beattlo at lOit in the ''orn'ri-r and
arrives In Portland at t:20 in the
3Irs. Edna Powell "Lee Is Dead.
CRESHAM. Or.. Nov. 27. (Special.)
Mrs. Edna Powell Lee. wife of George
W. Lee and only daughter ot air. ana
Charles N. Powell, dlertatner
Hum phrej- s Seventy-seven
Tor Grip, Influenza,
successful use of "Seventy
has made many converts to
Homeopathy especially when the fol
lowing suggestion has been ooservea.
To get the best results, take "Sev
enty-seven" at the first feeling ot a
If vou wait until you begin to
cough and sneeze, it may take longer.
A small vial of pleasant pellets, nis
the vest pocket.
toe and f t.OO. at all druggists or mailed."
Humphreys' Homeo, Medicine C.a
15 William Street, Xew York.
Some $90 Each
This is a piano sale without prece
dent. There are uted upright pianos at
190 apiece, and several for even less, all
in playable ehape; some organs only Z
and 115 each. We want everything out
of the way.
lieres ara marked
instead of $1.50;
i oit. . nn;.
let tne uiamona section is
And the diamond buyers who
go out to "look around" come
back almost invariably.
For Aronson is turning Dia
monds into money.
X'.t ak.a !.. lit.. r
iiub uiav lie
lady. Now pay
Too bad, isn't
AND WASHINGTON STREETS
v,.a in nresham early this morning
aged 30. She leaves also a daughter
hfoer.eJ PoweT all Vt GrZ
Mrt. Lee wag a frrsnrldaughter of Jack-
DR. ab. U. AL iPJLVMJ, Mgr.
22-K. Gold Crowns...
22-K. Gold Bridge....
alwnvs husv. because our
do the very best at
IN THE TWO-STORY BUILDING
CORNER SIXTH AND WASHINGTON STS. PORTLAND. OK.
are $2.50; large Nappies, in a new "Narcissus" cut, are
$3 instead of $6; Sugar Bowls and Cream Jugs, worth
$5, are $2.50, and so on every piece is half price.
And it's as certain as sunrise that there won't be
enough Cut Glass to go round.
Solid cold and gold-filled Jewelry is cheap, almost
You can buy Solid Gold Lavallieres for
of $3.50; Sold Gold Rings for men and
. .1. 1 n
women, worm 9- to
are selling for a single
dollar; Solid Gold Baby
Rings are 50c; Solid
Gold Cuff Buttons are
$2150 a pair instead of
C;- (Id Cimun I
$6.65; Gold-Filled Brooches are 75c
Gold-Filled Beauty Pins that were
... in.. CnlM fin A Moett Racra.
Vanity and Cigarette Cases, Knives, Pencils, Neck
Chains, etc, are all reduced a third or a fourth.
Diamonds are selling a whole lot quicker than I had
Lots of money in Portland!
We've found it out right quickly.
But it takes a big charge of dynamite to more it
He has to to make good that one certain promise.
Whole trays are filled with Diamond Rings at a
third less. For instance, Diamond Rings, combined with
pearls, sapphires, rubies, emeralds, opals and turquoise
ringsa'that are marked $200 and $250 (and worth it)
can now be bought, for $147.50.
Another group up to $50 (smaller stones, of course)
are now $29.50; $100 Solitaire Rings are $67.50; a $200
Bracelet with nine fine stones is $149.50 (it's magnifi
cent); a trayful of $100 fancy Rings are marked $69.75;
a Scarf Pin with a heart-shaped and blood-red ruby,
surrounded by diamonds, is now $112.50 (it was $150,
and it's a remarkably fine and original piece of jew
elry) ; a trayful of Diamond-Set Lavallieres (small
stones, but genuine) are offered at $6.85 instead of $10.
You can buy $12 Bracelet Watches for $6.6a; Mens
Gold-Filled Watches for $7.33 instead of $12 to $U
(Elglns and Walthams, too) ; Howard $40 Watches for
Watches for men are
$13.73 instead of $25;
ladies' 14 -carat Solid
Gold Watches, worth $28
and $30, are now $14.75;
;: and $30 Bracelet
Watches are $14.75, and so on; every watch in the store
is marked away down. .
I could fill pages of this paper with news of this
sale, for I've only touched the fringe of a very big
subject. - ' --; ;--- .
Seriously, it isn't necessary to advertise so mucn.
?olks are coming from far and near, anyway.
. A real sale doesn't need much advertising. Its the
poor ones that need bolstering up with words.
For words are cheap.
Sale resumed on Monday, of course.
All sales final. Wc can't bell goods at these prices
and aell them twice. . Th.
Keep good-natured. Come early if you can. Ihe
afternoon crowds are getting "strenuous."
I thank you.
GEORGE FRANCIS ROWE.
P S. Rueff just came to my desk and said:
"Say, did you advertise that Diamond Bracelet for
Sunday?" . .
"Which one?" I inquired.
"The one at a hundred and forty-nine-fitty.
"Sure I did!" . .
"Well, you'll have to take it out; I just sold it.
That's the way things are going around here. ou
can't call your Diamonds your own for more than ten
minutes at a time.
Th8 Bureau of Standards has develop.
test Tor mam.... .
in Your Mouth
I stand back of my work with a
15-year written guarantee.
Before having your teeth fixed,
come in and get my prices.
Try My Painless Methods
My Scientific Work
My Very Reasonable Fees
Dentists come and go, but the Old
Reliable ELECTRIC PAINLESS is
always with you. Don't forget that.
$3.50 to $5.00
, $3.50 to $5.00
$3.50 to $5.00
success is due to the fact that we
very lowest prices.