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tut: Sunday onrcoNTAN, Portland, rrnnuARr g, ioig.
APPAM MAY BIDE
BRiTISII VESSEL CAPTt'BED BY GERMANS AND BROUGHT TO AMERICAN PORT BY PRIZE CREW, j
OUTCOME OF WAR
I AM DETERMINED to close out
every garment in the Women's De
partment this week and, in order to
do so, , I will sacrifice the entire stock.
Every Woman's Suit-no matter what the former price or
cost will be closed out at ten dollars.
Every Woman's Coat will be sacrificed at one-half price.
Every Petticoat and Silk Skirt goes at half price.
As there is only a small stock left, it is expected to close out
every garment this week. Come early in the week if you
expect to share in these bargains.
Ship Likely in Meantime to Be
Held in Custody of Amer
NO DECISION REACHED
, , ', l l ?': ihtX -i.r JTiZ
- - . m, v w m . ...... . I . .' - 1 - - 1 ii a il I 1 1 ww
ria.llr.1 t.ffrrt WoaM IWe
laclrrmirw lUictlwr Ilrtlalsi
toalal I'x- t'iMsaarllar4 la t'oav
llaac to Malatalts I'airol.
W A-'lltN'lTN". . i. The ajue.tioa
ewa.r.hip f tHe Pritl st.arnahlp
Assam. br.';iM Hampton RJ
k , - n-fmn on a. cr w. Bi r ramala
With l&a ri: h
In. tfte ct!"J at 'fTV
T,f'i,-f -.nr cUlm ea b?iatf of ll.r-
mine .nl ;n'9i ara ! eoasld
..-. r in a wtaie la.partm.al aad ISa
N.utra.lle l'or but thera
... i... -tior of a al.tataa. ffU-la:
.nr:: irt ln:ied la the View.
eor. tl tia cw ml ba aovereed
l r'4tu treat af Mi, which
triiM If. a entry la
Anurun port. a4 i..lar. t&at the
tn . f aa f:f earri.d P-il aaaia at
a lima b th'ir eaOtr a ! '
. ur.i la t.if emm!.le.'
TtMf a I eeeallr
I't.rat on.tnwt!oa ef that pela
low. !5:.-a s-m. affinal favor. woa'4
permit ts A;a la remain lelafl
r.t N.wport New.
Tat t" cr.aty u beea
r.4 tit-rt: r la Ca initial coeaid.ra
tia af the ADO" ea. '.
a. i . If la out. by the
UK mat la iti we. ara:h.4 aa4
mma firm af lcl proce.e waa
a.n. )r .1a cu'i ritlectof la ta
rore 4lcBare at IRa rt.en.fa. Kn
r i!t.m torn, are ihmi prehlb
K"4 la Artu'la t at trie raty.
ff'.-L:a are tncUn.d t- believe ttet
Famal fx.-ng by ISa twpartm.nl a
. wft.tn.r tria rTula iraaiy a T.
Il j. Contloa at tT aaul4 ot.
tn Ina raw an'tU al coo firm HI
i l!)a Affpam, but plmplr Bul4 4.tr
n a tba l-nta af B-r tar la port.
ftimat pa a 4 aa W aa.
T!a pr.-tl-l aff.- f a 4-tioa
a.iM ba li d.l.rmlna ah.th.r iral
Urmia weu!4 ba p4 l Ifta tfoubl.
af raaiat.iain ifirf.rinit.lv a wrMp
tatrei aff ..raa. C09 la
pr.v.nt tna -?. at tba aM9. .t.i4
an a r.arma ria raarf ma. I a
aa t"t ticl.. iM aft.r lal I"".
M'riitiafa ) p5.itia ef lha A D pa m. if
A ramain. Ir port. 4aib!i.a will
a?al ra IBa ra.oll ef
Arror crron wh ro;
f-Vlppar a He -Vaw .Narax- In
l..tl a Cbarta.
:w- TtflK. ra. t. Tha Crmaa
V.ai'p thai caaur.4 lha lriluh taam-
h ,(;4m tha I'ontva. acrr4iar
la faataini t. C. Ilarriana. formar m-
I -r ef tha Aeparo. aha raacb.4 b.ra
t-"1r front Nrfoi'a 01 tha at.affiahtp
Vi.miltnn. With lap tat a llarriaoa r
bi. affif.ra aa4 craat. aumbartnc 11.
jha prnhably will oa aanl to toIo4
an lha Whit, ptar llaar lUItK.
"aptaia KrrtB aa!4 ba ba4 Be
ath.r iKouru tbaa l urraa4.r wh.n
b tUarov.r.4 lha warlike characlar ef
In. hlp tbt atoap.4 bim. tvb.a tha
croiMr au .aa tbaa two pnlp l.arth.
awar ba a. or4.r.4 to board bar wltb
hi. tick ofti.-r an4 a aumbar ef hi
m-a. Tha eama of tha ra!4.r. ba 4
l.r.4. ap.are4 la CnclLa 01 tha aal
a. cion chart, banoas in tba ...l'
Pi ot-hoa.a an.J chartroom. wh.ra ba
. aunpaioa.4 btr tba commaa4.r.
"I ba4 littla lima to inake ebaaraa-
init, kofit ('aetata liarrtaon aald.
"V i!h lr-r ma I erir4 b.loar
a"-' as4 k'pl thra for two data itb
th. era, lak'a from ahip. prailotMlr
aortk. MI I l..k'4 attb our cuar4.
an many vf thm apoka i:BIUt arrli.
ti-r no Informatloa.
"ma I wa. aar.ia ic.4 ea boar 4
air hi0. I foun4 It In foil aoaaaaaioa ef
th. OrntAM. l:oroha ba4 baaa plaat.4
on tha brt'l.. la ta. c hart hoa aa4
In tha n tin. -room, anal I araa to4 that
al tha fir. I ef troabl. th.jr would
bo .tp'od4 aa4 lha abtp cat Iok tba
"VoCBina wa lak.a from tha Apeam
af.pt a ahlpm.al ef a;oi4 bare from
Afrta-a !u-4 al about t.4
Th. .;-rm... a.l4atlr bnaw wa ba4
tn. col.i. for I wa. a.kf about It lha
ftrat tln( I atrpp.4 onto tba
k ef tha ral.lrr.
"I b aa compUinl la k ef tba
war wa w.ra trat4 br tha liftaitit
Y wa. 111.4 br tJ.ul.aanl lra; ah
a..aia al otl'k ta bare a W..t
,frt. roc ltiL Tht waa rr'a4 ta
what wai b.fora mjr raptara. my cabin,
f waa tut allow. 4 ea Iba brMa or la
cror4ie t Chi.f i:ein..r Ah
btira.r. ef tha Appam. o n. ef th
b"n. ea tha .hip waa plare4 aa4r tha
m. (a Inf.ctio ata la the eng-laa
ranaa an.4 waa watch. 4 ever lbt an4
alar br aa artn.4 uar-t. Tha betab.
e-eord:' to A.hburaar. wa. hae4 ta.1 the .allty af an order of te ia
tilia a rrlmd.r an.i tag Iwa f..t hi h i temtate Commerce t'ommlaalon. Iud
. i.4 it waa fitted) both with aa I under Ihe Panama Canal a. t of A u ul
ei-tfi. rnan.ctioa and a fu. It
an. hi.. m-a performed Ib.lr r7iatar
.rrit nu. ii H)Kw.itni:t
! Crew noiaMadcr ,k frr
aaiaaiua) to lonr to lVrr.
Nrwpr:T NT:w.a. v.. r.b. o
bMir.4 aa I f ftfta' ba of tlr.t
ei..a mtl frn a tritln t.am.bip
Ap?a:n, brouaht here by a irmaa
pr tm er.w w.r. f rwru4 today for
..-ilpm.nl front .w terk i CacBa
en-! V rane.
t.iai4taanl flrT. comnead.r of the
ft era, to'tar a.b4 cu.toma aa
lurit. fr ton ef cl f r port
uaa 4 p.rml... to , lie Iba Appam al
a !'. I pr, lioea rnuete w.ra re
f.rrati l Vahiatoa.
a.varal mtid ca.. ef malaria neve
fee.iopad) lha ij.rmeae ea tne
,ppan a ad the commaadar raai.4
aiaiiK iaa an4 erher aava.alii.a.
... j. -
.Mrilraa l acva rwr Ira; Kab Trial.
Prank KaKaru. a Mvlcaa. cnarcad
by lha tl4v.rfiln.lt with bavtaff .old
h-rtv a t.iMrta, la vmtatloa of tba Mar.
TMf ntl-lru law. wa .urr.n4.red
a I mt.d ftatea Mtr.hal Uonttf yea
t.r!y and ..at to iaU II aa lately
In.. I ea tht char., but the Jury u
Kfaet l( wtli face a Jiry aaaia oa
ta aama charxa al aa early data.
Mctlfaetl C'awdidalaK I llf-a.
gtJ:.r. Or. I.h, S palal II.
A. Canaday. of M.dford. I .Mar filed
.;rtua Of b candidacy for the
K.pb!i :a inilna'! f"r tltrtct A I
laca.y ef J tc . C-JMOtr.
NlinrOLK Va rb, S Tha nrltlr.h atram.hlp Appam. brllcr.4 aunk off tha coa.t of Africa with 400 ,
aoul. a boar 4. a?. broucbt Into port hare February 1 by a Orrrnan prle crew "."?" Tnu.rir 13 J
With tba lirrmaa fla fluttarlntr at har maathead. the Appam. a maritime mi atery aln.e. January u.
when bar4 from off ta Moroccan Ooaat. drr.pp.4 anchor off Old Tolnt Comfort . ... .
A. 00- of the mo.t ama.me and unparalleled xPlolta of naal warfare, the .tory of the Appam . cap-
tur. and f iht a'roa. th. whol. .tret. h of Atlantic, eludln Prlt-h .cou t crul.cr. and all other .blrplng. in J
cbarsa of a mere baadfnl of iicrman. aurpaaaca fiction of tha aca.
RAILWAY 13 ACCUSED
Witness Says Southern Pa
cific Hounded Competitor.
OCEAN LINES AT ISSUE
nttorrw of lUllroad e'rom loraa
Marln InlrrreU tirrUrrd lja
acnilal to !rtopaw;l
of alrr Traffic.
NT.W TOfiK. rb. k Tha oolhrn
pacific Railway Compaay o domlaalad
inuklt traffic In 1 bal loa
rbilad'tpbia Golf Uiae. oraannea in
t-hUad.tDhia ta handle fralcbt batweaa
Ovl porta and tba Atlantic aeaboard.
waa unable to purchase or charter
at and ubjunlty wnt Into r;l-
r.hip. acordin to tllmony otfr4
txfora Iotartata Commerce I ouim la-
ion, r Meyr today la tba baarlnc on
be application ef the South. rn faclfle
to continue control of Its Morgan Una
..m.hioa nnd.r the I'anama Canal
rrdrtck Urwyaa. of rblladclphia.
-1. .nmiii tha I'hiiadv'.phla A Suif
Una and wa ll flrl prealdcnt. trail
fia.J thai hi company bad talaa with
the raa.ylvanl IVallroad and rail
road la tba Keuthw! and bad offer
ef a larae amount of fralcbt. but that
anooaition br tba oulbr Pacific
made It Impoaalbla to obtain hlp.
-Tba outbrn tatlfic bounded
and crirPl.d a In arary way. ha t
tified. Tba pereecullon wa jrtemallc
and conllnuou. Ha aald he believed
that with tne ftouth.rn 1'aclflo on th
.a It would be lmpoltle 10 i a
dollar to operate an independent Una
between Atlantic and Sulf port, but
.. . Mouth. rn Pacific wr 41-
.-.. ifoni iba Uotiia Ilea tha field
t .tir.rllvf and orofilabl
10 a arater davaiopmenl of
water traffic north of tialve.ton.
froaa-etamlned. Mr. ;rovea waa
tr..i:a ta name any Individual repr-
.ntatlve of the Southern Iaclflc who
tried to prevent, aa he cnaraeu.
the ral.lnc of aubacrlptlon to form the
i...i.j. .1.1. a, tSulf LJna. If Infor
mation rerrdin Ih Impctalblllty ef
mac ahlpa came from hla broker.
he aald. and he admuieo n oau "
trt.4 to buy veaael from lha Boutberq
W it llarriaon. of Philadelphia, aec
retary of Ihe Delaware Traffic Ao
clatlon. a..hed that tha Morgan Una and
th a.tithern Taclfle be divorced othat
Philadelphia mlhl t -tha benefit of
frea com p. t ; I ion
Hepre.antatnaa of Calveaton. Fan
rraactare. lUltimora. Poaton and Nw
Orieaaa favored a continuation of tha
road ewner.Mp. W. It. Chandler,
manacer of tha traffic bureau of lha
Hoeton Chamber of Cpmmerc. aald
eeparatleq would be aatnt tha lntr
a.ta of N-w Knaland ahlpper. aa the
attltuie of the jfcouthern Pacific had
ba ta lva them the benefit of the
N.w Terk rata
i.k: cam: wtu. t sti:u
1-rhlrh Vallrv ira f IUsl o
Krvp Mrimbral l-lnca.
PlltLJinr.U-UtA. b- A u l in
:i. t S. waa bettun la lha I alted !taie
titrlct C"Ofl f"9 -' -
fit.4 by th. thiah Valley liallroad
Compaay aaain.t the t olla4 tatea.
The procaedina ..k a preliminary
injuactioa to rtrain an order ef lb
Commi..ioa r.ulrtn the rHroa4
compaay to alve op It entire infre.t
la the Uabiah Valley Transportation
Company. Il tm.hip line, wbl-h It
ep.ral. ea the ral Lake between
ai rf.i .ad CTil-aao. Th Tanama
.-...a a.-i araa Id. that Bo railroad i
company caa hae aa lntr.t la a
.t.amahip cempaay with whfch It com
pt.. Tba rommlHloa held t?at lha rail
road company and Iba transportation
companies f.l within lha purview of
tMe act. d order.. 1 the corporation
to avr h'r rll!Ti-
TEXTS CALLED TOMMYROT
irwnl. I rt. rr.l fa.
line Bnftta.se ef aa rlaaiiah teacher, the
beat aiation4 vetba wnt wrong.
George Pow.II. a student la the Kng
ll.fc clasae formerly presided over oy
professor Jsff.rte. pulled another
- boner." He wae Kiting lha director
that members of th Kngllsh rlasa did
aot recite often under the accused In
-tid yow atand well In your claaa.
eon ask.d Iireeor Plummer.
-Hum. la the Kngllsh class."" replied
tha apt pupIL
"II. told aa 'damn la not a swear
word ; that It all d-p-nd on how th
word la usadV aald the witness.
-Naarat aeew la blew
On ero.a-. lamination, young Powell
said be bad a It In th Bible.
II was te.tlfl.4 by other t.arher
that profeaeor JefNrts lack of disci-
plln and failure to keep order or -lem
In hi work amounted alrooat to
rv.ponslbiiily. Th director mllcd.
however, at hla apparent hrewdne
when a reported Incident of the achool
room waa brought up with the Inten
tion of casting discredit upon him.
A newspaper contest waa discussed
In the schoolroom, essays havinc been
ashed on way to pnd ll.ooa.Ove m a
year. iTOfe.sor Jrftrrlr wa giving
nucgeatlona a to poslble method of
disbursing that much cash.
-Take tha case of a Mormon with
manr wive." ha I reported to bav
said. -Women can pend mora money
than a man and In thai way one might
set rUl of such a larx sum.
Tha pupil who testified seemed to
have the idea thai Iheir learner aoro-
rated Mormon ism. He said he used this
only aa an Illustration".
Pal Melbada Ksapleyeat.
Th tudy of current event, the u
of newspaper clipping, and mrlhod
entirely hi own aupplanted In the
classroom the study of Ihe rulea o(
Knsll.h. It wa related by witness.
often ha would lay the textbook aside
and delve Into Tr.asur Island.
PuPil said that waa not what they
came there to learn, mat tney couio
read romantic tale at home and that
tha order waa o poor In I'rofeesor Jrf-
terl" room that they could not study
tt.v.rat of bla pupils te.tifled that th
inltuor drove with too lax a rein.
and aakd that because they did not
bare to learn they took mines easy
and did not profit a they should from
the instruction to tha Kngllsh classes.
II. W. White, teacher In lranklin
High said there waa a complete lack
of .stem In professor Jefferi- work,
thai he coi-ld ;et no co-opertlon from
bim and hla instruction accomplished
Mildred 7ehrung. Frieda Gold. Jean
Anderson. Ito.well leakc. Fred Mackle
and Joseph Keelan were atudent who
aave evidence aaalnat the method of
their teacher. Through all the testl
mony ran tha corn of the professor
foe textbook. He mad war on the
comma and once poke of the high
alane paid clever advertising writer.
, tlaaraiee Creepa lata Tratlaaeay.
It waa said the accused Instructor
waa not popular with other teachers,
that ha once gave an axiom on eugenics
to the effect that pretty children are
tha result of marrlagea of good-looking
men and women, and at another time,
It wa testified, ha said Henry Kord
nald hlzh salaries to hi workmen, none
reeelvlna- les lhan li per day. Thl
policy waa lauded by Profeaaor JefTarle.
who la reported to have said mat tne
social evil wa caused laricely ly low
salaries and delayed marriage.
Charges aValnst Professor Jeffrla
were brought by Superintendent L. R.
Alderman and Professor S. K. Hall. He
was accused of being; Insubordinate. In
competent, and with having a bad In
fln-nre. It waa alleged he did not
carry out the Instruction of hla u
perlor. that ha larked discipline, haa
a violent temper, use unbecoming Ian
gunge and M conduct I not proper.
I'lrector Munly, plummer and Beach
heard tba rase of the prosecution ye
terday. Newton McCoy appeared a at'
torney for Messrs. Alderman and Ball
and Henry K. Wesfbrook wa attorney
for the accused. It waa the contention
of th latter that tha charge were In
Ihe nature of a criminal pmrrodlng.
and aa such tha law required a full
Hoard should hear the trial.
Time af Artlea la laaae.
Ha maintained lha law gave the
director the option, of following
either one of two rourses, giving
notice to dispense with ' the services
of th teacher at tha rnd of two and
one-halt month. It being Incumbent
to pay salary for that period, or lo
transfer the teacher to another achool
and terminate hla aervicea at the end
of the school year. Jan P. Thl. he
held, was In accord with the contract
held by tha I earlier.
Attorney McCoy held a teacher may
be dismissed at any time for sufficient
causa, and IM view waa concurred In
by Ih director.
Tbrouab bis attorney the defendant
Ihen demurred lo Ih notice given Pro-
fe.aor Jefferi In that It a as held to
fall to Stat. Iba cause of the com
plaint against him or the charge, and
that specific act were not elated. He
hell that th Hoard wa accordingly
without authority lo proceed. Th de
murrer wa overruled and lb taking
of testimony proceeded.
Upon adjournment of tha hearing last
night. Ih case waa continued until
nei Wednesday afternoon, when th
defense will Introduce wltnessea In be
half of Professor Jrfferla.
GRANTS PASS CELEBRATES
Su:ar lactory Announcement Cicta
Nol.y I c tract nitration.
GRANTS PASS. Or.. Feb. .. 5p.
rial) The booming -f cannon and the
shriek of a half ilosen locomotive and
factory whlsllea in a half-hour of nolay
demonstration, announced to th people
of tiranta J'asa last night that Ih
beet sugar factory to be built thl
fprtng by lha oregon-1'tah Beet Sugar
Company In tba Bogua Mlvrr Valley I
to b located at Grants Paaa.
Tha word cam In reply to a tele
gram sent to President Mbley at bait
ltk by a number of the citisen of
Medfnrd yesterday, maklnit an offer
lo bring th factory to their rily.
A.torla Linn Klglita 1'ranrlilae Tax.
ASTORIA. Or.. Feb. I fftptvlal.l A
suit wa filed In tha Circuit Court by
the pacific Power aV. Light Company
against th city of Astoria and Its of
ficers to restrain tha latter from sell
ing tha plaintiffs franchise for the
collection of a ll:S 30 assessment
made to defray the expense of making
Ihe fill In the first reclamation dis
trict. The plaintiff declares Its fran
chise la not subject lo assessment.
graph by Underwood & Underwood.
PREMIUM IS PASSED
Industry Exempt for February
Since State Has Surplus.
ORDER REDUCES COST
Comml-utlon Practically Ic-clare.
Dividend, Itosldra Inventing In
School and City Honda That
Will Enrich. Iltrourca?.
HALEM. Or, t. 5. (Special.) An
exemption of payments for V month
of February for alt employers and
workmen of those employers who have
paid their contributions for tho last
six months was declared Friday by the
Stat Industrial Accident Commission.
This action wss taken In accordance
with section 1 of tho amended law,
tha Commission having- found that the
fund amounta to enough lo meet all
payments and liabilities accrued, to
gether with a surplus thereon of 30
As a segregated fund the Commis
sion snnounced that It had set aside
:77.Ji5.3 In the hands of Mate Treas
urer Kay. Thl money has been In
vested In Oregon school and municipal
bonds, drawing S and S per cent in
terest. t7XS Ala Rare airhool Roads.
This money, with Interest accruing
thereon. Is an Irrevocable fund, which
wilt ba used exclusively to psy pen
sions already awarded on settled claims
In fatal esses and for permanent dis
ability. The sum of f73.i69.71 of the
general funds has also been Invested
In school bonds drawing Interest, which
will accrue to the credit of the general
In addition to thee amounta the
commission's report shows that It had
on hand at the clone of lat January
l.'0.li.3. I'ue from the state for the
even montha precedlns: January l
last, tho commission has f42.82.3. On
January fayrolle nd accounts re
ceivable there Is approximately 150.000
due the commission, making- tha total
asseta $302.147. 2S.
The ' commission a liability consists
entirely of unsettled claims, workmen
who are still disabled and drawing; pay
for lime loss, and fatal casca In process
of adjustment. This amount totals
1155.077.20. It Is thus pointed out that
tha commission has net resources over
ail liabilities of JM3.370.0J.
A4slalaratlB Casta M Per Ceaf.
The percentage of cost of administer
ing- the fund to date since the begln-
ninx of business July J. I?M. IS B.ZJ
per cent. This means tho entire
oensa charred against the fund. Ap
proximately 92 per cent haa either been
awarded for Inlured workmen or Is in
Ihe surplus fund to pay workmen for
Tha exemption declared by the com
mission will result In the state carry
Ing Insurance risks of all operations In
the state working under the act. where
such have qualified, without cost either
to employers or workmen, for the en
tire month. Fully S5 per cent or an
hazardous occupations In Oregon are
now protected by the act. In addition.
large number or non-naxaruous occu
pation. Including several nunarea
farmers, are enjoying the benefit of the
act and will participate In the exemp
tion. -In effect. said Commissioner
Abrams. "the exemption la a -dividend
na'.H hv the Commission as an insur
ance company back to employers and
their workmen of approximately
Mare Dlvldeada Peaalble.
"It I the second dividend of this
kind declared by the Commission under
the amended law since the beginning
of the present fiscal year. July 1, IMS.
These two exemptions mean a reduc
tion In the yearly rate of one-sixth, or
U per rent. Tskrn with the fact
that a great many firm received a re
duction of 14 per cent In their rata at
Ihe beginning of the second year o(
business, because of a rood accident
experience, and tha possibility of se
curing an additional reduction or iw
ner cent next July, this present reduc
tion means a total possible cut of 14.S
per rent In the employers rate, a sim
ilar reduction In the atate allowance
and a remarkably tow rate for Indus
trial Insurance. ,
The Commission Is conducting a
campaign of accident prevention which.
If receiving the co-operation of em
ployers snd workmen, will reduce ac
cidents further and make mora ex
ROSEBURG MAN CANDIDATE
It. K. Turner Aoplres to lie Delegate
to liemorralic Convention.
SAL.KXI. Or.. Feb. 5. (.Special.) R.
R. Turner, of Koseburir. today filed
declaration of his candidacy on the
Pemocrstlc ticket for delegate to the
National Iiemocratlc convention from
the First Concessional district.
In his statement he says: "The Dem
ocratic platform should demand ade
quate preparedness and Oovernment-
made munitions and ships; defensive
union with American rcBublica nonla-
terferenco In their domestic affairs: re
moval of $500 limit to postal savings
banka deposits these deposits made
basis for rural creaus; Micnamu
Income tax Increased surtax on swol-
, - .- ..n.triatea: revision
leu llicoiucs an -' -
of forest homestead law, that agricul
tural lands within iaiionai iui
available for settlement in fact not
..I. I itianrv a. now. I Stand for
the policies of the present Administra
tion, and lor Wilson an me iimc
WILLAMETTE PICKS ORAtOR
Floyd Jaipar Is Cliosen to Represent
University in Contest.
wii.f.AMKTTE UNIVERSITY. Salem,
Or.. Feb. E. (Special.) The local tfy-
out for the state Intercollegiate ora
tory contest at Monmoum was nam
last night. Floyd Jaspar, tile winner.
.in ...,...ni Willamette at Mon
mouth next month. His subject waa
-The Kternal Devastation of Strife.
Second place was won by Harold
n i r... 1rion What?" The
other orator. Herbert Blatchford. cave
n exceedingly inirrmung i
Prohibition and National Efficiency."
, -. V. nrat nna Mis LCla Mac-
Caddam and Miss Benson sang. Judges
on composition were rroirasurt
Murray, Stauffer and Mathews. The
judges on delivery were Supreme Court
ludgo Benson. K. f . ajariion
ilstant Attorney-General 1. H. Van
BOX FACTORY IS OPENED
Grants Pass Industry Kxpected to
Hun All Year.
GRANTS PASS, Or., Feb. 5. (Spe
cial.) After a number oi mourns ui
i . i .. : . .. v. A rii. Rnt i Gitioany. oi
liltuuiii; wi - - -
.ranta J'ass, opened us dox mtiwj
. ki. -it v tiii. ween wna a i-rcw v&
M I1ICU. ,
rr-i. ..mnatir v. a a largA orders lor
orange boxes for tho California trade.
rith tho assurance inai mo
.in a....,- .nniiniiniia run throughout
ie Summer into the Fall fruit season.
he -demand for apple, pear ana peai-u
oxes will probaoly mane m ruuum
f this factory continuous all year.
DR. N. M. BUTLER TO VISIT
Columbia Vniverslty President Is
K.pected Here March 16.
Pr. Nicolas Murray Butler, president
or coiumoia lhihhi. V. ' "r ,i
expected to visit Fortiana Minn j.
. . . . . Y..ii.r v i I oa enxer-
v niie nero no j . w . -
t;uncd by alumni of ColumDia at. mo
i,.. cmk Kim.rlntendent Al-
1. Ill VCl BI LJf V, t 1 -
derman. of the city schools, is hopeful
of having; him nddress the teachers.
President Butler Is coming; West to
attend tho Inaufturation of President
Suxallo at me i-nivcm"
. . .. .... nj nt PmnlHnt Uol-
land, of Washington State College, at
Vl--ta Fund Campaign Is Halted.
The Vista H6use fund campaigm will
be postponed unlit weainer cuuuiuuu.
moderate, although contributions are
belnir sent )n steadily from the people
Included in tne canvass irauj
i i- .i.r.n. in riavej a aeries of
addresses in tha schools in the near
future to arouse interest among ma
school children in the Vista House me
morial, and later on also speakers will
appear before the employee of all or
the large Industrial and business con
cerns of the city. ,
Grants Pass Man Senate Candidate.
8ALEM. Or- Fob. 6. (Special.) Dr.
For Colds. Influenza,
The cumulative effect of advertis
ing a good thing in the Sunday and
Daily Papers for many years, created
such large sales for "Seventy-seven"
during the Grip epidemic that we
could not meet the demands and were
obliged to stop advertising for a time
to catch up with the orders.
To get the best results, take "Sev
enty-seven" at the first feeling of the
Grip or a Cold.
If vou wait until you begin to
couch and sneeze, have sore throat
and influenza, it may take longer.
Sic and St.OO. st sll druxclsts or mailed.
Humphrris" tiomeo. Medicine Co, 156
.William streast. Now York, ,
Morrison at Fourth
Books for Valentines
Send a Book Valentine to Mother,
Wife, Sister or Sweetheart. A few
Dinna Forget ...25d
An Old Sweetheart of
Mother 50 i
The Psalm of Love. . .25d
I Was Thinking of
See the Big Valentine Book Display Main Floor
All Books Wrapped in True Valentine Form
Without Extra Charge.
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Anything You Can Wish For at All Times
J. C. Smith, of Grants Pass, today filed
the declaration oi nis lnieiiuun iu
a nanlliflllla f CI I- fl OTT1 1 n at 1 Dtl bV thC Re
publican party for the office of State
Senator from Jonepnine uouniy.
E YOU EAT
Wash poison from system each
morning and feel fresh
as a daisy.
Every day you clean the house you
live In to get rid of tho dust and dirt
which collected through the previous
dav. Your body, the'house your soul
lives in, also becomes filled up each 24
hours with all manner of filth and
poison. If only every man and woman
could realize the wonders of drinking
phosphorated hot water, what a grati
fying change would take place.
Instead of the thousands of sicKiy,
anaemic-looking' men, women and girls
with pasty or muddy complexions; in
stead of the multitudes of "nerve
wrecks." "rundowns." "brain fags" and
pessimists we should see a virile, opti
mistic throng of rosy-cheeked people
Everyone, whether sick or well,
ihould drink each morning- before
breakfast, a glass of real hot water
with a teaspoonful of limestone phos
phate in it to wash from the stomach.
liver, kidneys and 10 yards of fcowels
the previous day's indigestible waste,
sour fermentations and poisons, thus
:leanslng. sweetening and freshening
the entire alimentary canal before put
ting more food into tho stomach.
Those BUbJect to sick headache, bil
iousness, nasty breath, rheumatism,
colds; and particularly those who have
t,b I Hd. sallow complexion and who
are constipated very often, are urged
to obtain a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate at the drug store, which will
en.t hut a trifle but is sufficient to
demonstrate tho quick and remarkable
change in both health, and appearance
awaiting those who practice internal
sanitation. We must remember that
Inside cleanliness is more important
than outside, because the skin does not
absorb Impurities to contaminate the
the blooi, while the pores in the 30 feet
of bowels do. Adv. I
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for You 50d
The Rubaiyat 25dto10
A Garden of Thoughts
for You 50d
Gladness by the Way 256
ONE DOSE OF
M AYR'S Wonderful Remedy
Should Convince You That Your
Suffering Is Unnecessary.
A million people, many right in your
own locality, have taken Mayr's Won
derful Remedy for Stomach, Liver
and - Intestinal Ailments. Dyspepsia.
Pressure of Gas Around the Heart,
Sour Stomach, Distress After Eating.
Nervousness, Dizziness. Fainting
Spells, Sick Headaches, Constipation,
Torpid Liver, etc, and are praising it
highly to other sufferers. Get a bottle
of your, druggist today. This highly
successful Remedy has been taken by
people in all walks of life, among
them Members of Congress, Justice
of the Supreme Court, Educators,
Lawyers, Merchants, Bankers, Doc
tors, Druggists, Nurses, Manufactur
ers, Priests, Ministers, Farmers, with
lasting benefit and it should be equally
successful in your case. Send for
free valuable booklet on Stomach Ail
ments to Geo. H. Mayr, Mfg. Chemist,
154-166 Whiting Street, Chicago, 111.
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restored In OTery condition of
tie-vfikecj or defect. boarlnc
from riaaaa neh mM CktaarrbaJ
a pMfiMMft, ReiaxaKl oc 6ankea
K.'runiM, inicadiou viuma,
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Fertortvted. Woolly or Prti.
Wf. ally ptroyed JTnrma. Vi
' shift txomhztitXo, t
Wilson Coamon-Sense Ear Drams
"L4tU VT7f;M Ptume of tK Kan" lQn1r B
medicine bat effectively replae wht 1 Ucklng or '
defa-ctlre la the nsaturtvl ear drums. They re lOmplo
de-ice, which tho wetvnr oully fits Into tho mrm
ibere they nvre Invisible. Soft, safe and oomf ortatblo.
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