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TnC SUNDAY OHEGOSIAy, rOKTLASD, FEBRUARY 6. 191C. " 3
L.TEST rHOTOC.RAPlI OF WOMAN ACQUITTED. AFTER SENS A
TIONAL TRIAL. OF HUSBAND'S MURDER.
JOE HOWARD SUED
BY PRETTY WIDOW
FATE OF ZEPPEL1H
c, j- Store Closes
Store Opens ' 'Pay
Phone r.'-riKvww.T --t-J ' Phone:
Marshall 5080 The Most in Value, the Best in Quality A 2112
Refusal of Trawler to Res
t cue Crew Contrasted With
. Heroes of Moewe."
ACT DECLARED 'INFAMOUS'
lik't-ip of tiMlon JJ !klpcr lut
t Omi of add-t Men la ling
UomJ. hmt Ttial (rrnunt Thcw
rlir KklWtl Oilvalry.
ta"NrN'. rb S. X'trinf Bar
I'm .l-r.ms irxmalrj by Hauler's
f rtw PoM lt At AmeCardam. Ik attl
!.) ef tb rv of lb trawl' Kmc
lotr4 la craw of IB
rkt irvrp-iti l-t fca raid a
turn f tvit.-ata I'ertla
pfmtn. wttuh dwrlt Se i
wrtar caiatrp.r af the Karaloe-
"Taia frea" lefam.ta ii-t!." eavs
t lha Aaja,.r, !! '
l lr af in. Hrt'i.h rhara.ter. whKh
we 't'4rwa' ! "l know"
T Vaaai.la Z'dunc saa:
'Ctrim . an. I arsred
NMfiial i.tdaTni wilt aarea t
K.n i.t.Pn.n arrir i. m etaia aa ta
sa'. e( tlntaaa'a."
Th- i ir r .ws AaTeawy qu
"a I'rtali f wri-r Zaitxnat aa cmml
laT a tla fa.1 thai "tha :rtt
Inotof cji.t aa II' fkl
lt (-UM4 a-raw of tha aierrna tr
sn. aa-r ire preteit that l"e ;r
n4it ititiiumt'M lem. HI l I
am lima a f - ar Miaun mariner with
Ma l4e.at.aaat e-rl r th
a .) l:'rotA. raul mfc
- v. a in st ..a what l eay abool
ISn a.t la lha e.ttar. " II la sail
t Rnclan-I hli!y eroeax-iataa th
of iba I ee. It lha ra.t-in(
tiar a" epetemaahi la aeeuine.
I sat Iba pampla '-raa Ihe e"iaeal
anal (vara t&esa f labarm" a
j"Xrl. . , Th' lliahs. -t
1 iba RiM Hral Arlknr
t tfkniattu lnranK &aanrx al ttob
ajinctar t.e tiicbt Mt4:
"Ima at Iba aa4iaaC m i m :nt;rancl
ai( iba ahiptr f lb traal-r
-wbM-lt rma tba tehin TVppaHn
I Iba irtb Tba kippr u I
ba tiaa-l ! rax-i la nan. olC'
bay tr anamiaa, la! unafcia o
li-ut Iba iMrisil ward Ml ka lakaa
Iba laarmana aw kia ifiip tbr mibt
ka atla' ba.l Iba rraar aal Iba wbola
iHraun araaa waal I b ktptaa44
Iba arttow a ria plm vt rl.
"Tbrfii. wa aucbl la planl kr lb
afetppap. Tba r;rnaa kava fcfll4
tkiialry la warf.r
JURORS KETTLE JUDGE
t rrwWl rrva If a t ka waaslfrl
Maaka4 raa4 fcr ww ka
I al alaaav a( IvaiWr .a
af aroa of car fa'kla initvaJ Ju'T
naa,.' taiiu4 toir u ram-
4r (or loo fritnt artuittala of
inn ckr(a4 witb fhooiitif ma, ky
J'4Ta rraaa, T. Duowa. whaw Jury la
tba Duparlor f uurt (raad Mra. Maxaoa
l-oet. trtaat for Iba wmnl lima for an
Koill! on fear fcuabantl. Hnul Ujott.
a, loa Aac-l-a raal aatata 4-ii-r.
Jfitm Diinst waa mu4 from plp
o r-a lb arttcl la Jala frank.
Im i.rirfiB court kacauaa of Jud4
irtf ftn a aba-rwa. Ita ri(o(U4 imatif
Iba aotaitlinaT Jurors aaaaral lo r
aa(.'r aqutttaJ. la bia coon. Mra. Marr
lomiaA. br-l wttb kl lir MKbaai
Hainataia. rrlppJ p-d il-r. W ko
M la ranaar relation w Uta kr.
an. 4 wttii dl.mtii6ariral kla koatr.
-tf auma of tba f a a.mlM--4
ma wbo B trsaM boottitaT man
wo;.t turn iri.lr wapaa aorna of
oxar faabia-atiru4al Juryman, iba w or Id
o:4 ba kattar off." Juda !' al4.
wbaa ka racall Iba aardurt. Tka k
WCBI feaaa-aa la t'l
CONSULS KPT DISTURBED
AaolrUw Ctrrarllaa o4 to Affrrt
.arrk la a-rbla.
XT AHMtSfOTOV. r"- Or italn
or it-rsta kr Aaairua mtniarr
far-aa aat afta- t t ef'Kial iut
af Ar"ru-an C a.o:a la lb at counirr.
unira'irailraa Ibal kaa J a.l riartal
Iba ltt Iapaftmanl front Vlaaaa. lw.
taa; to Iba alavraaaa In ronautar kual
a. laaalaf, n II. lotioat. A ar -I.
aa ont al :!fa. baa oa
trit.farrai lamparaftlt la Vlaftffa.
all. rat. baa baxl ndi. at. Ibal
A'tatrta miabt rfaa ti rwdcniaa can
auiar aat. aU4 ! iwrai an ta
ra-a4 tbat ta ri.rbian latanmati
aa taatr akel
ralrIU Im t latnrK tcbalr.
a al T t antr!: llTb l.'bol d
baliaT taa atfatat VTtlla taat
aiatl. Tba lal taam, roftspaa4 af
i.ia Jtartm. ara tbfi aat frana.
It U-4larat. araftaJ Iba alt fmallia
ara af Iba n'aaatiaclv "Haala4. Tbat
Wiara t t r t m abaalt ka afiaaron
lia Wialo. waa rapraaan taal k
Jamaa ataarn.tt. .Vail WooJ; and I'bart.a
l aoaarai. " ral-a fe a wan alt af II
Cocoanut Oil Mkca
a Splendid Shampoo
If ya waal la kaao your hair la coed
roadtttva. bo car.f tl wbal rvl wah "II
M1 soar an-! traparad shampooa
caataia loo much alhait. TM rtas lb
a.-a: p. mahas ISa hair brltrla. arvd la sry
harmf L J i"t ptaia mit.-.d mroattat
.I I w h l-h la pur and nt:r;y rr.aaa
I' .a . Uimu ) battar Ibaa tha moat at
paasts sear or aaythtnar rtsai yea ran
a. a f"r ahampoolnaT. thta ran t Px
l.My Inluf ISO half.
jiimpry moUtaa yoar hair with war
ad ru II la. Ooa or two l-aspooefuls
will mb aa ab'.ndsa'-a of rh-h. rraamy
Valvar, and rl.anaaa lha hair and s. a!p
tbaroucbly. Th lalhar rlnaaa out ba
il r ad rinotn ary part I.-1 of dTat.
dirt. dandruT and ir.altr otf. Tha
hair d'ia av.tcb'y and nlr. and It
laata. tl fin and :tkr. briM. f-iy
and easy lo nvaasca.
tna rMa l muisldad cnaaaaut oil al
ia any f'i stra. f? la ary rbaap.
aad a f aar oua-a la Idalll I It't
tifjea La tl taa:!! tt paoat&j. Alt'
V 7 V fe
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. I.IKMtrTH MO MR.
MRS. MOHR IS FREE
Two Negroes Convicted of
Murder of Physician.
APPEAL WILL BE TAKEN
Mra. l.lir. la formal Malrmrnf.
Sf rltc llora lo Ila Allowr-d
o tue Itral of Life In
rin lo llrr Clilldrra.
-.t rrta rat Nl
bol Aacu.l SI. aa ha waa lltlnc
In hi l:ia aulomobl! In Harrlnston.
;.orca IV. II. all., tba nf.ro rhauf
faur. macla a ronfaaalon In which ha
a.t''H Mrs. Mohr bad asrraat In par
him. Krown and ripatlnian lJi If they
would rnurd.r bar huabartd.
ntaar aalraalaaa Raaadlataaaa
Tha polira al.o aaaartad thai lha
oibar two ntimi mada ronfaa.lona
which warn ub.atuanltr rvpadialad.
Ifaalla pa-alrd KUlllr to man
!uhtr and parama a wnnt.a for the
lr. and Mr.. Mohr had hran lltnT
apart for two )ar aa a raault of
Ularr.la'itrowln out of hl bllrd at.
t.ntiona la Maa Hurtrrr and olhar
woman, reparation .una wcra pandina
and lb alala conlandrd Ibal Mrs.
Mohr ou(h har hu.band iath for
nwnn and In obtain hi ratal. Th
d-fan.a malntatnad Ibal Mr a. Mohr
lo.ad har husband and that ha had
tarn InTolT.J in Iba caaa bjr th arlual
murd.rar. wbo hopd Ibua lo mitit
bia own puniihm.nl.
Mm Mohr mad a brief plat.manl
sft.r raturntnc lo hr homa lonicht.
fin a .aid sba bd baaa confident from
lha baslnninat Ibal lo Jury would aar
ronti.1 hr. aeUin that ih rbars of
brtnclnc about lha datl of lha man
who was tba f.lhar or bar rhl!drn and
lo whom b had always hona-d to ba
tvfni raconritrd waa lha rulrrlnalion of
a rl.a of miaforlunaa whlrb had
ttoud.d har !fa.
fib l?rd har arprarlallon of th
"coaald.ration shown har br th Judca.
lha fairn-.a of lha Jury, lha hlndnaaa
ef bar frianda and Ih aimpatky of th
public at larca.-
- am homa a fain." sho said, "with
eny childran aod I hp lo b allowad
la paar-o lo daaot lha fast of my lf
lo th.ir w.lfr.
TARIFF -BILLS IMMINENT
IVtnorrala l:iK-ct to rrr-aa Mraa-arr-a
for '-arly raaaKr.
WAlHIIV.TOV. rab. I namocratle
laadar .iparl to hai lha Administra
tion bill for rraallon of a tariff rom
miasma and ranaal of Ih fraa aucar
c!aia of lha l'ndrwood larirt bafora
taa llouaa kafora lb and Of nasi waak
and lo pra.a lham for aarty paaaaa
i-hairmaa Klt'hia aaaouncad today that
Iba wars oral mnm rotnmlltso wouid
naat Wsdnaaday or Thursday to draft
rsrort on lha two maasuras.
.aoma I rr - f a! . on tha rommllta
ara said lo far d.f.rrin anion on
Iba tartfT rommiaalon and auaTar bllla
.alii parlr laadar haa arorbad ool
a (inii. ranu pr.fr.mm Aa
uiar would o oa Ih fraa list May I
aai-aa tha rapaal la pa.aad. howaaar.
aaporata artion on that bill at laaat
prohaMy will bo raa-ommaradad. About
I ! i-i (art la darla.d from Ih tuftr
TOURISTS NOT WELCOMED
All llrlUaTcrrata lacr-raaaj Ilratrlc
tloraa on 1'orrl sncr-a.
WAIIt'TON. rN. a Rhhard W.
rioornoy. cbiaf of Ih Utat Dvart
ai.nl a cilia-n.blp bur.au. who haa Just
raturnad from a irip llrouffi ntan1.
rranr. Italy. iirmy and rialiiar
land for lnastlcat!on of th Iraalmtnt
and wslfar of Am.rlran rltlsrna. ra
partd toaUr that nowb.ra did h find
aay a.naral romptalnta. althouch In a
faw Irrdtrtd'aal caaaa dlaaatl.f act ion as
lalad barnua of Iba strlnaant rcaula
lions coforcod afsln.l forrlttn tra.
All th hatllsaranla. ha sal. had
tlchtrnad raatrlrtlooa rasardlnaT Iba
aairnlaaion of foralcnars and war dninc
avrytbtrtaT to di-our lral,
PREMIER GOES SECRETLY
atrallan Itnard Mrarrwr Sa.
A llrr illnc 'alr hrrnt.
IIONrtt.n J', rah. I W. M. Ilushoa.
r.-iiar as-l, Traasjrar of Australia.
rrl4 hr today abusrd the itramcr
Makura on his way to Viwouvrr. n.
t, and M'ntral. whara ha would Join,
II waa said. Itobart L. Ilorden. Ih t"a
nadtaa l-rarolcr. and proccad lo London
lo attand nn Imparlal eonfaranc. ITa
mlar lluitha dcctlnrd lo dlscurs lili
Arcordlnc lo Makura pasnars. Ih
Prvmlar boardad tha Makura January
SI. Htm Tnliaa out ml in from ldncy.
whara Iba vassal waa stoppad to await
his arrival In a launch. Kvrry rffort
wa mad to kssp sacrrt hi Identity.
Tbo dy Ih Makura sailed Premlar
lluch-s dapartad from !ydnay by train
for AdolalJ ostensibly, and It was
(Iran out that ho wa to laka Ih
stramsr CHIrrlry from tharr. Hut h
Irft th train shortly afterward and
boarded Ih launch secretly.
Th Makura I duo ht Vancouver
about Krbruary IS.
ARSON ARREST IS MADE
-ft, AmKD IT milHICIIT TIKEJI
AT 'mLYKHTO. OR.
Urorae II. Taw a 9ald lo lie Tealh la
( aaatady aa Heaalt of t onfeaalaa.
Oaly On 51111 .
niL'tivn P.l. Kah. S. fteorce II.
Town, said by Ihe pollc lo bo th
tenth member of the o-caiieo our
. . t -rnai tin. to bo arrested, wa
taken Into custody today at riltver
ton. Or, according to a telcitram r
celved tonight by Oakland police.
The technical charge agalnm Town
la arson In connection with tha burn
ing of a cottage In Oakland last Au
gust For thl orfenaa later Bur
right, who said he was lender of th
ring, now la serving a five-year sen
tence at th fan ijuentln Penitentiary
and his wife. Jennie, la on probation.
Th Ilurrlght. th police said, mad
wholeaal confession of many rase
of arson, of which they and their as
oclatea wer guilty.
of Ih II member of the ring named
by Ilurrlght. all but one have been
arrested al varloua Pacific Coast
Th alleged ring. It I said, mada a
practice of Insuring furnished houne
to the fullest possible extent and then
salting flra lo them. Hv this pro
cedure Insurance companies are ald
lo have been mulcted of large sums
HAI.FM. r b. . ISpeclaL)
Oeoree Towa wa arrested at hi home
In Miverton today by Chief of Police
Tate on request of Ihe Chief of Pollc
of Oakland. CaL. on a charg of arson.
Town wa taken Into matody while
living with hi wlf at hi parent
homo In rUlverton. Ha drnlr hi
guilt. II declare that he worked with
a man named Snyder at Oakland a a
carpenter. A abort time ago thy both
ram to Oregon, with their wive.
Town Mid dnyder wa In Portland
whan b laal heard from him.
GLADSTONE VATER FAILS
irt:nlTK-Dr.T CT START
rt nr. rtiKi)w i:wo vorT.
farmer Head of Itaat tae t.aoaab
brrr la Tara Ilea. , llynkrel I
ill Thai I Seeawaary.
oltttJOX C1TT. Or, Krb. . (Spe
cial tiladatona lonlght la without
water ba-aua lha new euperlntend-nt
of t Waler Ieprtroenl. Will John
son, has been unable to start the mu
nicipal pumping plant, after two day
and on mgbt of almoat steady work.
r'arly thl week th Council removed
Victor (iaull. water superintendent,
making him chief of police. W III John
son waa named In hi place, taking
chars of th water srstem yesterday
morning. Johneon worked all day yes
terday, last night and today, and de
splt has effort th plant refused to
work. In tha meantime t'i reservoir
ha beea emptied, and Ih mains are
The trouble Is traced lo th bat
teries. "It la expected Ibal the plant
will b running before morning." said
C. W". rarrlsb. a member of lha Olad
ston W ater Board, tonight. Gladstone.
whl h contain several hundred home.
I dependent entirely npon rain water
and melted snow tonight.
(iau'.t ha refused lo straighten out
the trouble, declaring that the Council
removed him. and that ha Intends lo
Java nothing mora to do wlthj the
plant, lie left tonight for Portland.
Th former superintendent. who
weigh mora than :n pounds, said that
there wa nothing the matter with the
machinery: that all that waa needed
wa "enough href to turn over th fly
wheel." which weigh several hundred
pound. Johnson Is a slender men.
Sugar Worker- Win strike.
TONKERS. N. T, Feb. S H.vrn hun
dred employe of th Federal rumr
Keflalng Company, who struck a few
da ago. returned to work today, when
an advance In wages of from lo 1(1
per cent was granted. The company
recently has been filling orders for the
couou aliui la Lurcj.v
Mrs. Edah Witherspoon Asks
$50,000 for Heartaches
Due to Refusal to Wed.
SONG WRITER IS MARRIED
.Maybe He KlftNod Her, He Say, but
JIo Doesn't Ilemcmber, and.
Anyway, It AVaa All a Joke.
Delay Is to De Asked.
A rapid-fire courtship beKun while
Joe Howard, musical comedy star,
composer, singer and Orpheum head
liner was appearing In Portland In
March. 11j. led to a promise of mr
rlage. the repudiation of which la al
leged a the grounds for a SOO.000 suit
for breach of promise begtir. In the
Circuit Court yesterday by Mrs. Edah
Witherspoon, a pretty widow of Port
land. Mr. Howard Is married. For two
year Mable McCane ha been hi wife.
Burning letter of love followed the
departure of Mr. Howard for tan Fran
cisco with the Orpheum Company, It 1
asserted, with the promise of marriage (
upon ni return. iitiurmiis ia
city with the Orpheum show this week
Mr. Howard flatly refuse, it I alleged,
to carry out the contract made oa hi
previous visit. Mr. Howard ay the
proposal" wa a Jesting antwer to a
remark made by the father.
In addition to the balm ef fSO.000
asked for the heartache by tha brlde-who-would-be.
IJ00 la asked a reim
bursement for the expense of prepar
ing her bridal trousseau.
No formal announcement of the mar
riage had been made, admitted Mrs.
Wtiherepoon. who I the daughter of
Mr. and Mr. J. La. Kclmann. of 7402
Fifty-sixth avenue Southeast. but
"father" had been approached and bis
consent secured, she said.
The promise wa made on March !.
1IS. It I alleged In the complaint,
and the marriage wa to have been held
In May. when he wa to return to
Portland. Ho returned a week ago.
Mrs. Wltherrpoon I still unmarried,
but willing and anxious to marry the
defendant in the case, cite the com
plaint. K las Kaakarrassra, as Complaint.
She had told all her friend she waa
engaged, and i reported to have been
embarrassed by belnjr kissed by the
defendant aMhcn on the street. The
complaint. Drawn up and filed by At
torney W. A. Burke, recite damages
are asked for the mortification, humili
ation and disappointment of a woman
who hoped to marry and build up a
He thought her name waa Rdith and
said she wa a nice girl and that he
had promised to marry her on the one
occasion when he met her In Portland.
But Mr. Howard declared last nmht
that It was rather foolih to think
that he waa in earnest at the time, a
he wa already married to Mabel Mc
Cane. his vaudeville partner fur many
"Sure. I told her I'd marry her, but
I'd had a few drinks and wasn't par
ticular what I said." he admitted. HI
story of the affair In which he in
sisted upon calling the girl Edith, al
though her name Is Kdah. and her
father neimer, although hi name Is
frowiUe Made la Joke, He boja,
"I never met the girl until I came
to Portland iast year. I had met her
father in Michigan year ago, for he
owned a farm adjolnlnir property of
my own, and ueed to borrow Ice from
my Icehouse. He sold the farm and
failed in business later In Chicago, I
heard. Then I met him in Portland
when I was here on my tour last
Spring. After a matinee one afternoon
I went with him to the liofbrau and
met his daughter. I had not seen Iter
before, although I had met the mother.
"lis too bad Fdnh can't marry a
mnn like you, said K'lmann.
"'Why. I'll marry her. I told him.
" lo you mean ItT she said to me- ,
"'Sure.' I replied. "When the season
is over I'll come back and marry you.'
"Of course. I didn't mean It. Why.
she haa a boy a big as I. and I'm mar
ried already. I don't even remember
what she look like. I never went to
her house nor saw here again.
"Did I kiss her? I don't remember. I
might have that afternoon."
Family lavltrd la "haw.
Mr. Howard contended that he did
not think of the matter again, al
though he met her father once more
before he left, until he received a let
ter In fan Francisco from Reims nn.
"I could tell he thought It waa on the
square, so I wrote back to him, not
her to ay that It wa Impossible, but
promised to call on them when I was
back la Oregon. I enclosed a note to
ber In hi letter. There wasn't any
mush In It. Just a nice little note.
"He answered my letter and said he
understood how It wa and that Kdah
could wait. I saw he stilt thought 1
had been serious, or pretended he did,
but I never answered tha letter.
"I didn't see or hear from him or
Edah until last Monday. Ho came here
and had a chat with me. I asked
him bow everything was and ha stid
he had been losing money, but that
he thought he'd be able to get on hts
meet this year. I asked him If he'd
like to come tnd re th show. He
said he would and I Invited him to
bring the family and left five aeats
in Ihe box office for him for Thursday
matinee. They never came.
The next thing OI knew I waa
erved with the summon thl after
noon, of course. I have no rhanc to
stay and fight It now for I have my
booking to finish. If I ran have it
postponed. I'll fight it when I come
back here In May."
Mr. Howard la hamou as a com
poser and playrlght. raving produced
musical shows to which he wrote
score and plot. The most successful
of these were "The Time, the Place and
th Girl." -The Land of Nod." "The
Flower of the Ranch." "The btubborn
Cinderella" and "Th Prince of To
night." He Is planning to open the
Amerolcan Theater In Pan Francisco
with a musical stock company on May
according to an announcement
made last week.
LONG HIKE MADE IN SNOW
Fncene Graduate Ttivrmei Coast
Mountains on Journey.
Kt'nKNK. Or.. Feb i. (Special.)
Peter Crockett, graduate of the t'nlver
slty oi Oregon in 1914, I In Kugene
after having walked S miles In snow
and slush, sometimes hip-deep, from
Tillamook over the summit of the
Coast Mountains t catch a train to
"He has been the hand of tha school
. ahm r . . f vanr and la en
route lo Spokane, where he, will oc- j
cuiv a position al the head of the Km- I
II. h and literature department of tiiei
sukeuc lulwrsliy, a m Irulliiuiou. J
Reductions in the
Splendid savings in store for those who take advantage of this opportunity. The
following offerings are from our regular stock and of most dependable qualities,
Men's Gray Wool Underwear,
grade, priced at
Men's Cray Wool Underwear, best
grade, priced at
Men's Gray Buff Underwear, best
grade, priced at f
Men's Gray Wool Underwear, best
grade, priced at
Unsurpassed Qualities and Values
Women's and Misses' Footwear
Economy and dependability are united at this sale of Women's and Children's
Winter-weight Footwear these three special offerings:
Women's Shoes in Val
ues to $3.50
Both button and Blucher lace
styles in patent, gunmetal and
vici kid leathers; most all sizes
and widths; qualities regularly
sold up to $3.50 a fJ- QO
pair, choice at piJ0
PIONEER OF 1852 DIES
WILLIAM DLOI XT AM) BRIDE CAMK
TO ORKtiO.V OX HOXEYMOOX.
Donation Land Claim Taken Near Cao
by, Where He Lived Till He
Moved to Portland.
OKKOON" CITY. Or.. Feb. 5. (Spe
cial.) William Blount, a Cackamas
County pioneer of 1S52, died at 2
o'clock this morning- at hla home. 720
Rodney avenue, for many years he
lived In the Canby district. Death came
after four weeks' illness with paralysis.
Mr. Blount was born in Htllsboro,
Highland County, Iowa. February 18,
18J9. He married Miss Carrie i-llls
at Mount Carmel. HI., and early in
1852 set out with, his bride to cross
the plain of Oregon. In the same year
he reached Oregon and took up a dona
tion land claim at Canby. where he
lived until 12 years ago. when he sold
hi property and moved to -Portland.
Ill wife died in ls.
Eight children were born, or whom
Miss S. K. Blount, of Fremont. Or.;
Mrs. C. W. Kelly, of Orecon City; W.
A Blount, of Oladstone. and Mrs. F. T.
Barlow, of Oregon City, survive. He
married Mrs. Elizabeth Walker at Can
by In I8S7. Of this second union no
children were born.
Mr. Blount attended practically every
meeting of pioneers held in this part
of the state, was always Interested in
stock shows and county fairs, and was
a highly successful farmer.
Private services will be held Monday
morning at the Portland Crematorium,
Hev. F. L. Bowen officiating-.
COURT CUED TO EXPLAIN
ORCIIT Jt'DGE CAMPBELL. ASKS
WHY TRIAL IS DELAYED.
Maadamn I I as aed When Justice Be
fears la Try Stanley McKay li
bra He Appears la Court.
nRKfiOX CITY. Or.. Feb. 6. (Spe
cial.) A writ of mandamus was slgped
by Circuit Judge Campbeu toaay 10
compel Justice Campbell today to
-i nhv Stanley McKay.
charged with falling to arive half the
road to a paxsing venicic, na not ucu
tried. Justice Slevers is axked to ap
pear before the Circuit Court-before
February 10. '
Justice Slevers has demanded that
McKay appear in person at the trial,
and McKay has been successfully dodg-
i,r. rrmi mil sheriff Wilson
since last October, when the warrant
was Ir-sued. The aeienaani is a mrai
resident of Marion County, and is a
member of a well-to-do and prominent
Walter A. OlmlcK. or uregon -iu.
said today that he did not know where
his client 1. but that ho Intended to
force Justice of the Peace Sievers to
try the case, even though McKay can
not be located.
McKay i alleged to have hit a buggy
v. l - ..iinmnliil. on a road near
Oregon City last October and to have
Injured Miss .Marie iiarvey ana x.
Harvey, who were In the buggy. The
heaviest fine Is 30. No Jail sentence
Is, provided. The costs of the case have
amounted to much more than the fine.
O. -. C. Debater Is Named.
ORKOON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE,
Corvallls, Feb. 5. (Special.) Eric
Knglund. of Portland, last night was
chosen intercollegiate orator at Ore-
ii.iiiiitrai nolleare. He will en
ter the Intercollegiate oratorical con
test in Monmouth March 10. Every
college and university In the state will
send a representative to me comem.
Mr. Knglund, who is a sophomore,
has msde a remarkable record In foren
sic circle. iJixt year he was class ora
tor and a member of his class team.
This year he has made both of the
vaiblty utibatc teams and was one of
A Closing Out Sale of Odds and
Ends, Surplus Stocks and Broken
Lines, atHPrices That Permit of
$1.50 f or-
$1.50 fl OC
$1.73 J AQ
Men's Shaker-knit White Ruff neck
Sweaters, $3.50 grade, priced at
Coys' High-Cut Shoes in
, 1 UltVVl A L
at, Pair. . . .
The best Winter styles in Boys'
High-cut Shoes with 12-inch top
and heavy leather sole; all leather
insoles and counter; lines regularly
sold up to $3.50, with a J0 O "7
25c can of "Dri-foot". . ?.. O I
the men sent last month to North Da
kota to debate with the representative
of the North Dakota Agricultural Col
INDIAN RIGHTS DEFINED
Olympia Supreme Court Passes
Upon Fishing Cases.
OLYMPIA. Wash.. Feb. 5. The Su
preme Court has handed down two
important decisions affecting the
rights of Indians under treaties made
in 1859. which the Indians asserted
gave them the right to "fish in their
The Supreme Court, affirming the
Whatcom County Superior Court in the
case of the state again.st John Alexis, a
Lummi Indian, and reversing the Ben
ton County Superior Court in the case
of the state against Alec Towessnute, a
Yakima Indian, said the state had
police power granted under the en
abling act to restrict fishing rights o
both whites and Indians, and in spite
of the treaty", both are to be considered
on the same basis, excepting insofar as
Indians have exclusive rights on their
Alexis and Towessnute were charged
with fishing off their reservations
without complying with state regula
tions. HOQUIAM LOSS IS HEAVY
Cold Snap Said to Have Cost Lum
bermen Approximately $300,000.
HOQUIAM. Feb. 5. (Special.) Loss
to Hoquiam in the lumber industry
alone, exclusive of loss in business to
lumbermen, as a result ot the cold
snap which has lasted since the first
of the year, ia estimated at 1300.000.
The loss in wages which would have
peen paid to employes of the mills
and other lumber manufacturing es
tablishments of the city, all of which
have been shut down most of the time
since January 1. is placed at from
130,000 to $150,000. The logging camps
of this district have been running little
and the loss of wages la nearly as
great as for the mills.
NEWBERG LAYMEN RALLY
Special Car Proposed for Delegates
to Portland Convention.
NEWBERG, Or.. Feb. 5. (Special.)
A special car to carry the Newberg
delegation to the Laymen's Missionary
Convention in Portland February 13
was discussed last night at a rally
banquet given by the women of the
city. The proceeds from the. dinner
will be given to the Associated Chari
ties. Because of the storm only I. B.
Rhodes, in charge -of the out-of-town
delegates, attended the meeting from
Portland. A large delegation to the
convention was promised by several
Newberg laymen who spoke.
Hoquiam Stan's llclrs Sought.
CENTRALIA. Wash.. Feb. 5. (Spe
cial.) It is expected that George Hill,
of this city, will be instrumental in
FEVER AND COLD SORES
CAN BE QUICKLY HEALED
Nothing s ao annoying or defacing as an
ugly cold ore on tlie face. It is Irritatlnx
and a constant distress. If you are troubled
with a fever or cold sore again, try a simple
home remedy that will bring almoat instant
relief. You probably have a bottle of San
tlseptle Ixtlon in your house, as nearly
everyone keeps this almost lndiapenaa.ble
preparation on hand nowadays. If you
haven't It. get a bottlo from your druggist.
It only coots M cents. Then apply It regu
larlv. as often as convenient, applying Just
a little at a time so that It wiH dry quickly.
You will be delighted at the way that ugly
ulceration will disappear and how quickly
the skin will hear over. Santiseptlc la good
for sunburn, wlndburn, pimples, blackheads
and all sorts of facial blemishes and re
lieves Insect atings, poison oak and iyy. and
is valued as a skin soother after shaving.
If your druggist hasn't it nend us 50 cents
and wa will mall you a bottle prepaid.
Kubencott Chemical laboratories, Portland,
Flannel Gowns, 75c grade, yf Q n
Flannel Gowns, 75c grade.
Flannel Gowns, 85c grade, CQ.
Children's Jockey Boots
in Values to gi 07
$2.25, at, Pair. ,p 1 aO
Styles with eight-inch top in pat
ent and gunmetal leathers they
come with patent cuff and silk tas
sel all sizes in values d "I i7
to $2.25, on special sale P J
locating the heirs of S. S. Dunlap. who
died in Hoquiam recently and left an
estate estimated at $300,000. The Cen
tralis man knew the Dunlaps in
Youngstown. O. There were three sons.
Scott Dunlap, Al Dunlap and Seth
Benton ISowniun Seeks Jte-Klection.
SALEM, Or., Feb. 5. (Special.)
Benton Bowman, of Hillsboro, today
filed with the Secretary of State ;i
declaration of his candidacy for Rep
resentative in the next Legislature
from the Fifteenth district, coompris
ing Washington County. He asks that
the words "Safe and sane legislation"
be printed on the ballot opposite his
name. In his statement he declares .
that he favors "economy in public ex
penditures and opposes radical meas
ures and freak bills." Mr. Bowman
represented Washington County in the
T BEAT "IE"
WHEN FEET HURT
"TIZ" for Sore, Tired, Puffed
Up, Aching, Calloused
Feet and Corns.
"Sure! I use TIZ
every time for any
You can be happy-footed just like
me. Use "TIZ" and never suffer with
tender, raw, burning, blistered, swollen,
tired, smelly feet. "TIZ" and only
"TIZ" takes the pain and soreness out
of corns, callouses and bunions.
As soon as you put your feet in a
"TIZ" bath, you just feel the happiness
soaking in. How good your poor, old
feet feel. They want to dance for joy.
"TIZ" is grand. "TIZ" instantly draws
out all the poisonous exudations wlihii
puff up your feet and cause sore, in
flamed, aching, sweaty, smelly feet.
Oet a 25-cent box of "TIZ" at any
drug store or department store. Get
instant foot relief. Laugh at foot suf
ferers who complain. Because your feet
are never, never going to bother or
make you limp any more. Adv.
Stop Using a Truss
TRUSS WEARERS, Hera Great, Good, Newa
Tlratnma TAi-fhirnti Tni ran t fhrOWTl 1W1T for-
ever, and It s all because STUART'S PLAPAO-PADS
ere different from the painful truss, beinz medicine
applicators made self-adhesive purposely to prevenl
slipping and to afford an arrangement to bold tna
distended muscles securely in place.
nr Bl A DA A
NO STRAPS. BUCKLES OR SPRINGS ATTACHED,
cannot sltp. so cannot chafe or press a train st the pubie
bone. Thousands have treated themselves in the privacy
of the home most obstinate cases cured no delay
from work. Soft as velvet easy to appiytnexpensive.
Process of recovery Is natural, so afierwaras no una
for trusses. Awarded Gold Mdal International Expo
iron, Rome, Grand Prix at Paris. Write us today tq
prove it by sending TRIAL FLAPAO FREE. Address,
rlaptio Leboratorie. Block 103 6ULouia.no.
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