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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX,. TOBTLAXD, ' FEBRUARY G. 191G.
WATERFRONT OF STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, GLUTTED WITII GOODS BECAUSE OF BRITISH BLOCKADE WTZT,
Stamps Go With All Thermometer
and Instrument Purchases
6ERAUNY WArnS HO
WAR WITH AMERICA
Fce!;nq Is That Open Break
Would Mean Victory for
Britain in War.-
r-rrlia Official. In.LI Ttwf Ita
iron- f'arirrr THe .lri4 Did
, la rw-oo ' amt Should
i, n IW If umlltalrd.
MRitvnl e ! CMeae- t'li
.N..ea y..i.aa t. 111. .
JiKKU.V. er. . via lonJel.
.Whatever scb'I.-bK bri.f m r ll'l
eat la Welkin to-t thai mSm
GerafJ ill n-m"orff ran b faceted
wtioul (rmilii on para af war. ar
FMnji tjt uar bo urb rtImIo. That
l. the situation w n . H mu.t b fe-4.
Aithoufk I lcM thai America want
ir. It lj aometMn. of wkhb, I cannot
J.! at tnio diatanc. I ran or-ly l
wnv t.i st Ihe German, pao-
rl. TSr I e manilaM-a aero for lk
t :i4 ""tat., txa campaign tf tl t.T-
bb eaTai-i.t ifk aiurlnas Ik It
an.mt.Ya f ait fca
gone t fr fr
ay inat eftr th. I
I. I '
! himix ef t.rnbl sacrifice Ik
i:-ima paopte not tai a r wit
ti- I ii IH rum. n mall itBiO I
tar-.U talk of wf.
llrtMf b taalaatd ed.
Tkre l. ea a nrij fe.lin.; Ik
to entry af America Into l r
oull me a a victory f 'r I'.ngtand.
TM ba a critic al weak ! Or
na-,anr lean relation.. Dvtmjfi off!
Inalat tat tt'j (ata !lld I
tie t'nttxl rtarr la virtually ry
- and raanot so anv f',M.r. Th
ear It weuM be humiliating to mak
f Itt.at ei.c.loi dsmaad'd Bad
txat tT w'.: e- rk any J'fUft
ton that th siskin- of Ike Lueitania
Tie- j laat th'r t"
frcKr trtaa Aatri til la ta Aa
vna nt la fnakina rai'aion t
iidniian, i4 tkal thT ka arac
Bandt'eel submarine warfare
4maa4 ef tr la'ted MtUA
I'iflVr. ta affinal t tfcat If tk
Annri. tn prl !! that t;rma
ha ka ) lai lina in rct to i'rri
..I WU.on d.m.r.d. ar k.
idlav ar K4n !'& fateri. tna A m r!
i i timnvlm M k-a Vt-HlJ about
tia attit'xia cf trs Orrai j;oro
ui'. TRf tt that t1r '
taii anr fartkar to tha dmB4a af
tia Inlta4 ixatoa. Irumabljr tk
Anaruaa iitrmM la fr-ln lb
ma prabi'tn, for It oul4 b
dmi'tO'U -l lilnrl lo IMnfe that
brdi la 'Olotnatl- ralartona la ro-
.; wlttiout ataliac aaacr of ir,
far n uitirnAtum kav baa aaat.
r.armafiy nt "ittTai-t'iua" to A m-
t.4"' H'a'"ff. MH th" 'M
i.it IXHtra -opa" will ma ft a a aala-
. t.on iKjuiMa. Tka tt mora aiu
f roftaMr ba a rlr to thi. o tkal tha
(tnai tt caaaot ba takaa aatl
aaaaa-ka tatllnl mita Itlrmt
trniit tVll.oan. It la knoan hara.
loatiir. la bark from hi trip wltk Brat
lianf lw of tha AmTKAtt aaopla
ti from tha Vi'aahlnatoq and Nw
lark atmoaokcr. aJbl-li irtnaBa ba
J la bo:la to IS am vr (Mia raa
aoiTi tia pav-ra In tha t'antral Vt
kaa ban ll'M kra taitb mtjrr. In-
t'f"t aa paaatbly rf. tina tka Pubilr
ant.nnt. Oaly amall fracmaala
I i ad lrawx ara at band, for Loo loa
CM notklRaT tirc-t
TSa l.Brr fi papr. oarlatl7
tat Parlinar lJkal Anlaior. tha
1 rank tartar Z'llaD an J tha Kol-Ti!a'-ka
ZaitrsBaT. kawa b n raattontnat
atainat a cftau'lnntie attitada hr.
arntna7 tha rotla aa to tha Severn
nij atsit4a too ara Amrl.-a. but
tmiaT aal tka darffar In tka fa!
ilaa'.ioa i(l fnuf ba Bct.
Ikaacar 3ko I laVfaatlaaltal.
TVI'h tttai and la M llarr Wolff
a ti Ti6tatt t;
fnrir li'ltniaao-llnllaat III
aariaanl not l-t imH bo d-vairao
n.n j'a br tka talk tkal a vaar
mari- kini aa aajaa aname. Alao.
J: wilt cot :! tkal a tr.-k of
; r !'"" '' r! it.ona alua a it canatituta
m. rtou aaril of ar. Ila will al
r-tr tl aff.rt aa Ikia aad tkal
fiaotral tat. Ila will, above ail tkitaaf
af ar a rarafal M4y sf tka raperla at
' I aad 44a wkatkar. dpita tha paaco
1 aetit'ida af i'onarraaak tko AmarMraa
l.arnaaal dtaraniaa ea m koatila
at'.iti I and kkar no aatUamaal la
jf-4i.a afila tka aropoaad formula
"'-aat randtttona ara aacbi tkal
tl : fjinin raa alar ea'y a amall
tut an. I tka-" finti6i ! rtr raa'isaT ea
ia Iaa4-1 CBaa aratr. Ail d-a!r
t3-a aar:ac boaaibao aad remplataal
armanr iaa baal vaanda aad raatore
raHararit. Pt tkat a why. if a da.
aMK at.t bo aoar iaka la the
um aao( it mua( b coal4r-d q a t t
1 aa4 .aaanlalr. llat It arlM
bo a4aratou4 Mat to kat aad iaik
9 (aa iad "
HTl AtlOt ll i r M ltln(.M
rraiaa I alitor oj Trtaatna ( at
( oot I w aw laatVflaltrl.
: :Ht.!V. ia t.a-a'ai. . a la a
1'4'r hl4 "Tka Amartaraa Crlan.
U riA fhtanoavha'a la ati.aroad ta
Itia a a-rioa la mt tbo avtaattaa
al't'mj fcaf r ila-tnar" and tka
'ata. It bama kr dawiariaa:
" t - ( B-ib-y atai0 bimaaif about
t1 fa.- tlat f.'ir batoaan Aananra
an4 n raat on a knifa'a aMa and
faanal ramaia laja loa. Tkaro faauat
a im a a'a'kir ai'har a aa'ai af tka
l-naii I a rian4.y dir'tio or a
a ' " ro? Bat d'latn .
Tka praaaai cr4ttla ipf a a -!;.
X eoafaaatoa that thia la
aan ba faaat of tka tataat ml-of fl.-iat
lirmti ro-rroaftl-a'in ron-araiaax a
f4r.inar ratatiana bataraon flarlta and
V aitna Wtlhaimvtraaao baa da
d4 not te laaao tka da-iloa aad
t a n: I t'! f tola anomaatoo affar
J r ft lr aa hoJ ef At aa4or on
!i-i.'''f, who la noIta(ln taita
4HH"i-na. bat taAa tka taviaie band
T oo hr. atr fcaitac lookad aa o
r ( rrx Iw-ra to Lrtar al O. A. C.
rturi : n a n r ntTt-RAumtJj-.r.z.
T'ofaal'i. rk t l.r--BlV ft ll
a i a "rt t l i-lat tkal i -a jal Ho.
oM "ro'h. cf raibrlJe. Maaa..
-nm!af i'i!r and ot-rar of a
t oaa; .. rv.-1. on. would a.1dre tba
at Ll-a'.a af tko Or ton AaTrtralt oral
o. I'anarr t. I'f Ootaar la a
.-a-;ata iitnt- ef ALantl Monthly
oa-t la on a I -fire tour of tka ortk
.. irarn( bfra t.k atulanta of
r-jir rt?sl'aT an. unlvarai'laa aad bo
(r c.v..j aint l.wrary KKta-tic.
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akai ila , .. ...r.yxj
Thm ihrratrnad atrlrtar bio. ka4a
Mokkvian. laa. waa maao tbi
PEACE CONFAB OFF
Montenegrins With Official Au
thority Are Missing.
AUSTRIA CHANGES MIND
Poarparfa-ra Iiconllaard I'ntll
Mlnl.tf-r Ilaie IWn J fcrnlln?J
Mlllt lodl.patable Itlstii
lo Iliad Nation.
V I UNNA. ia IrfnJon. ftb, S. Tha
Auatrlaa aothomtra hart evidently
rnanvrd thrir mind. rarllnT tba poa
tibilltr of n'aTotiallnar paaro with tha
manibrri af tha Cabinet of Montrnrcro
lft la tkal rounin. It la bow an
oaarad that the notlal lna nave not
tat bectin and will be aleiarred until
t-ia mirt.p'.era ara lumiaaea wnn in
dl.puaabie credrntlala lo make a bind
It I aaaorted in army circiea 101 in
Montanetrrla peorle are manlfeatlnc
trikina-ly friandly attitude toward
Ike Auatrlaa troop.
IjONDOX. Feb. - Vienna nowrpapera
ay that p.ara pour parirra
Montaneara have not el baton, ac
cordira- to a Vienna diapairn irana-
mltted by Kutra Akuirraan cor
reapondeni. The raaaon sjvrn la tbat
ai.itkar I'rlnro Mlrko. aerond eon of
Kmc Nleholaa. who remained In Alon
lanecro. nor in tnra jionianaann
mlnlater who alao remained poaaaaa
any autkorlty to enca.e In lha naaotla
T!rUrl via fart. Kb. t. A dl
pal' h lo tho Uc .-aaionaie irainj
liuiaiu announrea that S0e Monte-
nearln I root a. w Ilk lbre General and
II other officer.- have arrived tner
after a dlfflr-ult and fatlculna; retreat.
Ml wero urtdcr ordera from (aeneral
Vnkolltrh. former Premier and Win
later of War of Moatenearro. whom iby
fi bekiad at rodcornaa.
The di.I'ai-k a.a: that atrons Au
rlan cootinteot are rroasnz m
aaiak. on tkalr way to Join tka fort-
wbH-k ara to attack aloalkl aad tkal
larkt Aoatrtaa colama ara bivouack
wlikoul alvanclnaT. botwaea IB
nan Mall and lknL la ortbera
-RAGTIME". ANTHEM JARS
a rotr-a Asaia.t rtalrd
I. fltOJIjaK. Wa. Teh. i - Ta th
rouad that "The tSlar-fpancUd Dan
aar. aa Blared al aaverai l-a
-no-rlax . nUturo anow. I ao a
arasaraaM with tailiin aaa oiner
"ratcJiy" mul- a to bo. an oat on-
oroaniaable. tka Iauniara or m
AmerK-aa l;anutiea. in iwann.m
.aiarr nub aad other woman a or-
amaataona lata r-trd a viaToron
r.t wltk the theater mar t era.
Tba women aaeert that 'The trtar-
onalad Baaaar la mixed wltk wapa
raartie mu.io lo av aa extant Ibat It
aevialiy poaaae annottcad. and w ken now
a then a loyal American racoa-niia
it aad rtaea be la met wiin ivaia ei.
t I doaa"
Thai aaak tha maaatata to ao inat
"Ha aiar-ipanc)a4 fanner- I played
aty la a dignified and Impreeaive way.
HAY SCARCITY PREDICTED
lllxh Priarw of hral Caiara la
lritm lo IU S;rlflceHl.
ItEr-MtfTTOy. 0r Pek, i Ppcll)
A 1 fa Winter aaoooo advaacoo aad
tka n.ad for kay bocomea greater ID
ecarclty be--oma more apparent
tkroaaout I.lro Oregon. A well
haooa bay butr who baa been ber
trying to contra, t for Best aaaaoa a
crop declared that In Baker and I nloo
rountl.a bana)rd of arrea Of hay lan
bad boon plowed up and lb bay yield
waa many thenaand leraa ahort.
rt:no It reiuire a aon to tkrt al
falfa. thla ekortage ia rortala to pre
vail until or later, particularly
If the price of what tay up.
GREEK CLAIM IS SETTLED
railed Matre. Agr on Trrma for
Patlns Monrjr Order.
ATHENA via rarl. Feb. S Tk
American, Miniatcr to Greece, Girrell
' V J J
of Orm.nr may rmbroll Sordrn In the
month and ! the constcd .-ondltion
Propper. ha reached an aureemenl
wltk the Urek authorlllr for Inime
dial tamenl f .00.)0"3rachnia In
(attlereent of the rlalm of Ureece for
tka amount due fmm tho I nlted riiatra
on payment of money order. Hence
forth payment will be made at a fixed
rate of exchange.
Tho Greek a-overnment prevented
a claim to the I nll-d Mate laat De
cember for payment nf II lo.ae on et
tiement of international poalal order.
The American Government paid bal-
an.ee in favor of Greece, accordlna; to
tko tjeual procedure, by check on i'arla.
Tha Greek a-overnment contended tbat
en account of the decline In the ex
chance rate elnre the beginning of the
war. It loit a lar(. um on tneae ei
tlement. It le anderatood the amount
claimed by Greece In December u
WAR WEARIES ITALIANS
BtlKLlk HKAHS Altt ftKI II AVK
larMetl nelaled la V4 blrh Nra, leaa-
aaaadrd to Advaare, Beat Their
raptala Ilia Death.
BERU.V. Feb. S. by wlrelr to Say
llla N. Y.) A correrpondent of the
Lokal Aoielger ha telegraphed a dis
patch concerning a visit to Doberdo
Plateau on the Italian front, from
which the Oversea New Agency
quote the following:
"The Italian are worn out. owing
to their failure In all their efforts
and the obvloua Impossibility of win
ning success. They have only one de-
Ire. that peace may romn soon.
Una of the higher Au. Irian official
aid that since, the battle at Oslavla.
the Italians have understood clearly
the Impossibility of breaking the Aus
"Some time ago at a point where
the trenclie of the oppoalnc forces
ere near each other, the Italian com
mand 'forward' waa heard. Instead
of advancing the soldier shouted:
'Forward, captain. The captain then
stepped out again and shouted 'for.
ward.' He Immediately fell. Ma body
pierced by a bullet. Tha aoldlera In
the trenches applauded. shouting.
Saturday's War Moves
TUB long-looked-for offenlve of the
Teutonic) allies agkinat balonlkl
may rtovr be on or near at hand. An
agency dispatch from Balonlkl report
that aa artillery duel ba been in prog
re for two dava near Dolran: where
strong forces of the central powers for
soma time have been facing the. post
lions of the entente allies. Much 1
bombardment might well be the pre
lude lo an advance movement by the
Teutona and their allies, which, ac
rordicg to recent reports from the Trial
bans, wa t fur about tha middle of
the present month, but which may even
Bow bo In prog re aa.
According lo the maaaage received
through entente sources reporting th
opening of the bombardment, the
Hrltiah beavy tana ware dominating
Ikoao of tka Germane and Bulgarian
opposed to them.
Flsewheta along lha many fighting
line of t'10 widespread war field, few
operatlor. of Importance have been
reported. On lha Franco-Itelgtan front,
tk French bombardment la intense In
the Champagne and the Argonne.
Uerlia reports raaee of anoradic
activity by Infantry, one luttanco being
ooth of I-a Ha.aea Canal, where the
lirttieh are declared lo have been re
pul.ed when on of their detachment
a I ten-pled aa advance.
Few report of pronounced activity
come from Flu la or Gallria. a German
alrahln attack on Dvinak being the
only incident In thia war theater men
tioned In lha German communication.
From Mesopotamia the Turk report
driving back tko MrlllaD to their for
mer position when a counter attack
by (aeneral Aylmer'a relief force at
templed a near approach to Rut f.l
A mar a. where another rrlll-h force la
It I announced in Vienna that peace
negotiations with Montenegrin Cabinet
Mlnlater remaining In their country
have not been begun by that Austrian
and will not be started until the iiln-
tr are furnished with unimpeach
able credential empowering them to
conclude a peace thai shall be binding.
Monmooth Club to Elect.
MONMOUTH. Or, Feb. I (Special.)
The .Monmouth Commercial Club will
bold a meeting February I for the pur
pose of electing new officer and to
di'-usa the paving Of Alain street
during 11- . . .
Thoto Copyright by Underwood.
war. Thla picture of tho wharvea at
at that port. ,
HEW PHRASE FOUND
Berlin Believed to Have Words
That May Satisfy.
OUTLOOK IS PROMISING
(.rrmany Willing to Aver That Kill
InK of American on , Lusltanta
tYaa "Without Intent" Ijtn
aing Delays' Conference.
WASHINGTON'. Feb. ' 6. For the
word -illegal." which Germany wa tin-
willing lo incorporate In the Initial
draft of the Lusltania agreement, the
Berlin Foreign Office ha subatlluled
a phrase which certain high authorities
in a position to bo ;amlliar with the
statu of the negotiation considers
cover all the principle Involved in
the question of Biibmarlne warfare.
The language substituted for the ob
iocttonable word "illegal." In a tent.
tlva communication now being consid
ered by President V Ilson avers tbat toe
killing of American In the Lusltania
disaster waa without Intent, because
the destruction of the Cunard liner was
an act of reprisal and the German gov
eminent agrees tbat reprisal should
not be applied to neutrals.
Ootlook bald to Be Prosaialag.
From various diplomatic and official
Quarters tonight came the Information
that the outlook is promising for an
early settlement. 1c was Indicated that
the tentative form of settlement, which
should it prove acceptable to the United
States, will he embodied in a lormai
communication from taermany. ap
proaches nearer the desires of the
United Htates than any yet submitted
with authority of Berlin official.
fcccretsry lauaing and Count von
Bernstorff. the German Ambassador.
met quite Informally In the Metropoll-J
tan Club bere today.
They talked for a short time. Al
though It waa not disclosed Just what
wa said, there waa no intimation that
the Ambassador had been Informed that
ha might have to communicate with his
government on the matter agaln. In
fact, the Ambassador aeemed extraor
dlnarlly optimistic at the conclusion of
' ' M eas a re Declared Retaliatory.
The cardinal points of the tentative
form of aettlement were obtained to
night. The agreement ta prefaced with
lha alatement that submarine warfare
In the North Sea was Inaugurated by
Germany In retaliation for what she
regarded as the -Illegal" British block
ado under the ordera-in-councll. It
then say that tha method of conduct
ing eubmarlno warfare in the North
Sa ha been modified on account of
the friendship Germany ba for the
United aStatea. and because of the fact
that American Uvea have been lost.
Germany saya tbat the killing of
Americans wa not intended, because
reprlsala should not be appointed to
neutrals, and. In addition to expressing
regret for the lose of American lives,
assumes liability and offer reparation
in the form of Indemnity.
The last portion of the document
expresses the readiness of Germany to
co-operate with tha United Statea in
any effort looking toward the freedom
of the seas.
Laaslng Cfcaagr Vila Plaaa.
Pecrelary Iaar.stng aenl the draft to
President Wtlaon last night. lie at
first planned to see the President to
day and discus the draft with him.
Iter. however, the plans were
changed, and.lt wasKsald tonight that
tha Secretary would not confer wltk
the President until Monday, unless there
should be unforseen developments.
Count von Bernstorff expects to be
called to the State Department some
time Monday or .Tuesday. Secretary
Lansing allowed It to become known to
day that be might have aome announce
ment on the Lusltania case to make
within the next few days.
In view of the nature of the phrase
which the German government Is un
derstood to have substituted so as to
not Include the word "Illegal In con
nection with the killing of neutrals.
attention tonlkht was called to me
last formal note to Germany, in wnlcn
Secretary Lansing wrote:
In view of the admission or ille
gality made by the Imperial government
when It Pleaded the rignt 01 retaliation
in defense of Its acta, and In view of
the manifest possibility of conforming
to the established rules of International
warfare, the Government of the Unitafl
States cannot believe that the imperial
government will longer refrain from
disavowing the wanton act of Its naval
commander In sinking the Lusltania."
It ass asserted today that the State
Jemonstration - all next
iveekby an expert. Come
in and see.
Department had shown a complete
readiness to fall In line with Germany's
ideas so far as it could without sacri
ficing the main Issues Involved. Of
ficials ara described as having- been
moved to some extent by a consldera'
tlon for the internal political situation
In Germany and the recognized danger
to the Dresent German Cabinet of
strengthening the hands of a powerful
minoritv nurtv which, from tne Desn-
nlng. has advocated tho extreme views
of Admiral von Tirpitz regarding the
entire nuestion of submarine warfare.
German officials here are in accord
with the official opinion expressed In
Berlin yesterday that the German kov-
eminent believes it has gone as far as
It possibly can to bring Its viewpoint
In line with that of the United States
and that Count von Bernstorff has ex-
erefsed the limit ofthe authority con
ferred upon him in drafting tha pro
posal now under consideration and
which today occupied the official at
tention of official Washington.
DRUG INQUIRY WIDENING
Women in Custody, Following Raids
br Inderal Officers.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 5. Mrs. Emily
Joulln. wife or George Joulin. arrested
for complicity in an aileged illicit drug
ring, was taken into cuatody today at
San Jose and other arrests will do
made, according to J. J. Scott. United
States Collector of Internal Revenue.
Bertha Hint, who conducts a room
ing-house In Sacramento. Federal au
thorities said, "will be held aa a wit
The arrests followed discovery or ad
ditional facts on the rings operations
when J. B. Gray, one of the allcgea
leaders of drug traffickers, was shot
and killed Thursday night when he re
sisted arrest by Federal orricefs-
An nlleced detailed confession rjy
Jerry Dramond, returned to San Quen-
tin Penitentiary today lor completion
of a sentence interrupted by bis re
lease on parole, also gave the author
ities data on the operations or tne ring
in Vancouver, B. c, ana tauiornia
KRUPPS PLAN SURPRISE
Revolving Trench Gun Being Made
lo Turn on Allies.
IAVDOV. Feb. 5. The correspondent
who recently mado tho trip from Ber
lin to Constantinople ana later reiateu
his observations in the Dally Man, tens
in the Daily Express today now ne
went to Esxen and secured employment
as a workman in the Jvrupp snops.
Tha Dallv Express describes the cor
respondent aa a citizen of a neutral
state with a fluent command of the
While emDloved as a steel driller in
the Krupp factory, the correspondent
asserts, he learned tbat me is-rupps
were preparing a new surprise for the
entente allies a trench revolver gun
firine 650 shots a minute.
He declares that virtually all the
70.000 employes in the Krupp factory
are working 12 hours a day. for which
a majority of them receive from 13 tc
It cents an hour.
BRAN DEIS INQUIRY IS SET
Senate Sub-Committee to
WASHINGTON. Feb. 6. Publio hear-
nas on tne nomination 01 iiuuia
Brandeis, of Boston, to tne supreme
Court bench, will be held by the Senate
Judiciary sub-committee, beginning
Tha first thing to be taken up. it
waa said, would relate to Mr. Brandeis'
former connection with the United Shoe
Machinery Company. . Later enrrora
Thorne, of Iowa, will be heard regard-
ng Mt. Brandeis attitude toward the
recent S per cent railroad rate case.
Among others who nave been re-
uested to appear before the commit-
ee are S. W. Winslow, president of the
United Shoe Machinery Company;
Joseph N. Teal. Portland. Or, and Lieu-
enant-Governor John M. ibnieman. 01
200 SWITCHMEN STRIKE
Erotlierliood to Stand by Wabasli
Head In Dispute Betwicn Unions.
CHICAGO, Feb. 5. Two hundred
switchmen employed in tne t-nicago
yard- of the wanasn nanroaa oueyeu
he striate oraer loaay. m-i
era of the Switchmen a union 01
North America. .A new organization.
The strike was ordered at St, Lout
esterday to enforce recognition 01 me
union. . m
Henry Eicke, superintendent or. tne
Chlcaao division of the railroad, saia
he fight was Between tne new or-
anlzation an,d the Broinernooa 01
u.iiwav Trainmen. Mr. bic.a saiu
that the brotherhood was standing by
It agreement with tne roaa ana wouiu
FRUIT GROWERS PLEASED
Lcwlston Man Thinks Cold Will Bo
Beneficial to Crop."
-LEWISTON. Idaho. Feb. 5. (Spe
cial.) The present cold weather has
led to some comment asf to lta possible
effect on the coming fruit crop. George
E. Crum. of White Bros. & Crura Com
pany, said he considered the cold
weather favorable, but declared it too
early to make estimates for the com-
Do YOU know there's many a dollar saved by the use of
an ACCURATE THERMOMETER? Keep your house at
the RIGHT degree for comfort and avoid waste of fuel.
.SEE TO IT that the air in your house has sufficient
moisture and you'll never "feel chilly," as many do even
at 74 degrees. Thousands suffer from Grip and Colds
because they do not pay proper attention to temperature
and humidity. Our Instrument Section is in charge of
expert men, who know about these matters not mere
clerks to wrap up your thermometer and say, "Nothing
more today?" Further our display of Thermometers, Hygrome
ters, Hydrometers, Barometers, Aneroids and other instruments of
precision for measuring Heat, Cold, Moisture and Density are not
' jr f - 0 ff bargain-counter attractions. Each
jAjLfaiifafrt&'B one is warranted accurate, for
ririirV & rc while
4I D1T STEEETAT WEST
Ing season, as most of the danger is
-I believe," he said, "that it is a grave
mistake to give out report of big
crops, as Is often done by tha over
enthusiastic, long before the fruit is
even formed on the trees. The effect
of these reports is to depress the mar
kets, aa buyers do not like to speculate
on big yields."
Elks Favor Preparedness.
CENTRALIA. Wash., Feb. 5. At a
meeting held by the local Elks Lodge
Wednesday night resolutions were
adopted by the lodge favoring National
preparedness. Copies of the resolution
have been forwarded to all of Wash
ington's Congressmen at the National
Permanent Relief for
Knowledge and Practice of
Correct Daily Habit the
Constipation is acondition affecting
all classes of all people and can be per
manently relieved only by acquiring
bablts of regularity.
The most natural time for the elim
lnative process ia In the morning, when
both the muscular and nervous systems
are relaxed by sleep and rest. When
relief does not come readily, it is an
excellent plan to take a mild laxative
at bedtime. Cathartics and purgatives.
that by the violence of their quick
action shock and disturb the system,
should not be employed.
An effective laxative remedy that Is
very dependable, and which does not
gripe or otherwise disturb the organs
Involved, Is found In a combination or
simple laxative herbs known as Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin that can be
bought at the drug store for fifty cents
Mrs. C C Allen. 215 Foam St.. New
Monterey, Cal., wrote to Dr. Caldwell
that she "found Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin Just what was needed for con
stipation and distress of the stomach
1 BACKACHE AWAY
WITH MBS OIL"
Rub Lumbago, Pain and Soreness from Your Lame
Back Instant Relief! Doesn't Blister-Get a
Small Triaf Bottle-Wonderful Liniment
When your back is sore and lame,
or lumbago, sciatica or rheumatism has
you stiffened up, don't suffer! Get a
small trial bottle of old, honest "St.
Jacobs Oil" at any drug store, pour a
little in your hand and rub it right
on your achlnV back, and by the time
you count fifty, the soreness and lame
ness Is gone.
Didn't Expect to Live
la a letter to the Pinna laboratories, Mrs. G. O. Walker, of
Walker, Lane Connty, Oregon, writes!
"I have been taking Fruitola and it has been a great
relief. I suffered so with gallstones my family and friends
didn't expect me to live.
' Fruitola la powerful Intestinal Inbrlcant and softens the hard
ened partlclea tbat cause ao much Buffering, expelling the congealed
vaaste In an easy, natural manner, to the aufferer'a great relief. A
single done la usually sufficient to elearly Indicate Ita efficacy. To
build up and reatore the weakened, run-down system, Traxo Is high
ly recommended aa a onle-.alterative that acta on the liver and kid
Beys, atlmulatra the flow of gaatrtu Juleea to aid digestion and re
moves bile from the general circulation.
Fruitola and Trite are prepared In the Pinna laboratories at
Rlonticello, 111, and arrangementa have been made to supply them
Ihrough repreaentatlve drugglata. In Portland tbey can be obtained
at The Owl Drug Co. stores.
The Wortd'M Greatest External Remedy
Pain In Side,
Any Local Pain.
ALWAYS INSIST ON HAVING ALLCOCX'S
the instrument may be var-
nished, its story is not.
capital. The resolutions committee of
the local lodge was composed of Dr.
David Livingstone, commanding Com
pany M. Second Regiment, Washington
National Guard; Frank Harm. James
Stokan, J. C. Kriebcl and Albert Sears.
Bend Pupils Katod Highest in Tests.
BEND. Or.. Feb. 0. (Special.)
Pupils from the Bond school district
received the highest averages in the
recent eighth grade examinations, ac
cording to County Superintendent J. K.
Myers. These were Charles Winters
and Ruth Fleming, who received marks
of 94.4 per cent and 94.2 per cent, re
spectively. In all 29 passed the ex
amination in tho county, of whom eight
arc from this district.
C. C. ALLEN
It should be in every
Get a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin and keep it in the house to use
when occasion arises. - A trial bottle,
freo of charge, can be obtained by
writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 4j4
Washington St, Montieello. 111.
Don't stay crippled! This soothing,
penetrating liniment needs to bo used
bnly once. It takes the pain right out
and ends the misery. It is magical,
yet absolutely harmless and doesn't
burn the skin. '
Nothing else stops lumbago, sciatica,
backache or rheumatism so promptly.
It never disappoints! In uso for over
sixty years. Adv.
RABK "MAT5SHALL 4-700 -nOMj. A 01 I
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