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IR. M, GRAY
10 WED MOVIE filAN
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Is the helping hand to the man with the fuel-picked
purse these cold stormy days.
The kind that make you feel well, dressed well and
well satisfied. Let's swap time and talk this over.
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tures Herself. R:mar.t:cat
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a (or tSiT rtf4rtl la tho tl u
A Simple Wy to
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f!'l ta rtnaa xta.jruff at enra aa4
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rtl f-om an 4rt( ttora llhla all
yo' wi t Bii. aro'r t at a'cett wfeoa
r.firfca". Bo nurigi to moiota lha
p mi rv.6 It ta '!f wita tfia flo
Fr aioratn p.jt. If rat a't. cf your
Ua4ru.'f wtit . an4 titroa or foar
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hi tnj tr.o of I'. a- aiatt kaw
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tot at:t fir. a t ITBin 4 4 (Sine
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HAW NUCLEUS G000
Consultant Back Frcm Obser
vation Tour Urges More Men.
BIGGER GUNS REQUIRED
tBtrrtri. -aa I rank J. sprain.
la IVo rrrnaml to l'letl llo
IHa at wl to lrrt Al
tar, la Two I'trrrtlooa.
Ni:W Vor.K. r. J Tfa l"eit4
tft. du la lt Naf nuclu. ol
tuo aralot f:Mio marfcioa la tho
wori4. a.ravl!B l (" J- r'pracaa.
Irnua of lo tommilti o! !
tfvcitr an,l Mp ot:4in; of tsa Naat
iguulliiic I:rO. w?.o rt-rEJ boro
(ir after ?b:b! a BaoBtn a4
tlo rtt:hlp Trk an! ltn
in t.a BvBvtra cf ISa At aol.c fioot
ta .ik'A walaro.
lr. Mrt.'w a-ir4 tb t mtt
witnl rlvtrmnt cf lb a
prral aro mora orftcof wi turn an4
roator vfflelonc In larot practo.
t i t Iko UoinamcDl couIJ nol
;tat t jo m 6 roJ la far4.
aa a-ola .OWIUH.
Vo man wtio baa tha 1" of AmTlra
t barl. a.rt4 Mr. ipau. "n4
(.rl u.a4 of Iho Sr. Thoro I
fmn f ir improTomorl. bul. n4'r ordi
aarr rlrmntar. Iho AnarfKan Xnr
wou!4 a c roliiabl acounl cf --if-
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Mr. flora a la prrparlntt a 4tai.ol
roporl of tri?. bim ba will for
ar4 t o. r.rr Pt: al ViiMm
loa. Ho ai4 bo woolJ maka rortain
ron-tiBdtiona t-yt impoTinBl of
:-iru-l ei--a ow la uo aboard
A ra4uta of Aaaapotta and lia nrl
tl.--..of lo rcottmon4 tbo Iotro4uo
twa cf atc-trlctr Into tba "rrrica cf
lio Nary. Mr rpruo aul bl ob
orrc:oa abito aboard tba Torll
bad rBtn--d blra lhal Amortca mj)l
proparod to Bbl hor fuluro baltUa
at lal iSO mitra out at a-
l.roalral af All A4oral.
-1 f..t.- b aald. ibt t.Ma countrT.
ndiwd wltb aurb ' woaltn.
abouia bao tna larl nary In Iho
worll 'f roarao It will bo dlfdcall
lo conrinco tn.nr.a of Ib'.a tact, now
, T,r. wo auitit at Jal to har a ny
t-MM oaousb to m'l altar In two
direction. K tha o-aa'-nn rotitra"
ri .r. arrordina? to Mr. .itra"n.
would bo a.Jtrd to placo tbo .Var
on an aUAl (.lm; wltb tbai pi urai
i.-tttn. prort4d l'tiM maJ tba
lio aald It would b ecaarr to On
tario AnnapolL. and to proMa train
in af-.ipa la ajffl.tont Bumbra to In
aaro a f Jtl and efficient complement of
cff'.rora and men.
H aer Buaa faater ebipo and mora
tffictaal l.rt pra lK win aulva tha
bj;o problem, aald Mr. fracaa.
tawalry Laasov laawlar.
"tta ar io tcner an Inaular country.-
bo adJ4. "HI muat ba prepared
to t-ttl for our r:hta. If tna time
ram; and BO matter bow Blurb money
we arond now la upbuildlnc oar Nary.
!t wui not bo Inat."
Mr. pra'4 aald ba would recom
mend Ital lha ct'or member cf tha
! i'ona4ltiac Heard tab adraniaa
of .retary l-anleia" iDrltatton to
crutja ana Ik Nary frcm t:ma to time.
HISS gTdE GRAFF HOME
roftTt.0 rtux.ir. t:i.i or
roD react: rxroMTioa.
Has a Jttoaaaa la Reawriera
H AU K liable. aya rear.
Advwrat. HeeaaetlaaT THa.
"Ileory Ford did do what b started
out ta do." .aid Mia Grace Da riraff.
one of tha Ford pae rrty who re
turned a fort land yaaterday.
-Oh. 1 know you ara : In harp
en Ibat 'out cf tie trenches by I'hrlai
maa' bame.a. bul. I aay nertbleas
b did what be started out to do." rc
peaiM M. Da Oraff.
-Whal did he do? Vhy. he has ea
taMHSed a permanent bureau of peace
tl The l(aaue. and tbe members cf thla
body will k.0 np rnntlnuotie mediation
f-r yac. Tbey will atay there till the
war Is over. Mr Ford I financir. the
p'.an worked out bv the women of
Women's I'ear Tarty wbo met In
The lUci at April."
Maa Lc'jrsff stldently "tad It In"
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Ceraldlao l arrar aad l.mm Telleaea.
for yeporlera. Of eren Ihoea who are
h-r ood frienda aha la afraid. "How
about tuo.o rTortcra on lb trip?" ah
w a a"brd.
i..me of them wera all rlcht and
ma weren't." waa ber reply. Ther
were eorr.e ro.iable rrportera. but many
did noi et iho natht IJa."
To n oat lo her brother' a noma
... f'tratf had to wad throucn
anow and water yesterday, and waa In
no mod lo b Interviewed, but ah ptit
Mo l.r 4tlika for reportera for a
few minulra and told IstereatinKly Cf
b'r tr.p. .-ho wl!l slra aeraral ad
dreea in tha Br future at a number
of me 1 1 n .
) Lwiiraff a prlnc!;al of Kenton
fVbool and will taka up her dutle
lhr on Monday.
.Vorilmol roalmaatrra "amrd.
Or.KiioNIAN XKWS IlfUKAC. Wa.h
Ineton. eb. S. Norlhweat I'oetmaatera
har been appointed at f"llowa: Ore
r.iii. Mr. Ionna b'larr. CVtn View,
tl-a Mra. riophl M. Mitrhell. ren!ned;
Mra i:rnnl Tarn. I'arker. rlr Helen
M. Coob. rolned. Mra. Nel!i Uoflraff.
h!-n. Yamhill Omniy, new office.
WaxMnston. Mr. Kay lmadalrn,
Tcmh. lc Oeora W. l"rlor realgncd.
Train Kill Itnnaway Ilorarw.
KCItO. Or. Feb. . (SpaclaL) Two
horar c:onlnc to tha Lea livery
atabtca wera V;i!;d by an aatbouo4
fralsht train In .tha Ftaofleld yarda at
i o'clock IMt mornlnc- The anlmala
bad been driven ta a dance at Kcho.
Wbaa be In ; hitched up to return, they
broke away and ran up tha railroad
track Juat aa tha frelcht came alone.
ROBFKT C. Wr.lGHT. ei-chlrman
cf the Republican County Central
Committee and practicing attor
ney In I'ortland for Zt years, will run
for one of tbe three circuit Judrrahlps
In Multnomah County to be filled this
year, lie baa not yet announced whether
h will be a candidate to succeed Judge
Mr;inn. In Iepartment Nj. 1. Judge
Kavanaush. lo Iepartment No. 1. or
J twice ;alrna. In Lepartment No. .
lidse McOmn la the only one of the
ii.ri.ha wPI not bo a candidate lor
pen W. Olrott. Secretary of ftate.
has compiled for iteneral dlatrlbutlon
a moot u.rful and well-prepared OlKrat
of the election law of Oregon which
bo per (oil interaalod in poll tic a, whether
aa a prospective candidate f.ir cfflco,
aa ba- krr of an Initiative mraaure or
merely aa an tut-ll!cent onlouker.
should be without. The !!et. a pam
phlet cf 41 paces, the compilation of
whlih was voluntarily undertaken by
Secretary Olrott. relates to lha dutl-e
of public offiriala. electors and candi
dal', and to tbe preparation and Q'.lnit
of Initiative petitions, arransed In or
drr according lo dates, it boll down
tbe meaning of tho various election
law Into a few words, but at the hum
time gives referenrea to Ird'a Oregon
U and the additional election laS
paased by the 1 1 S Irg:lature for tbe
benefit of tho.e who dralre to look UP
tbe etatutee t rieme-l v.a.
Anions' other intereatlnc Information
contained In tha pamphlet ara tables
ruin an abstract o( tha votes cast
by each party at tha rnrat election
of 11 for Hepreaentallve In Congress,
the vote 'or I'resldential elector, cast
by e.--h party In the iteneral election
of 1U. and the number of election
pretrvla In earb county for elections
in riecretary Olrott has written
ths loltowln Introduction to the
Hy i.iii d.se.t of the laws relating
to election.. II Is Intended specifically
to direct tha attention of tbe elector,
tha candidate for nomination or elec
tion, and those that hava lo do wltb
admlni.tarinc the laws, to auch provl
ahana thereof as relate ta or regulate
soma art or prescribe soma duty to be
performed on their part In connection
with the nomination or office souAht
or Inj the course of their official duties
"Fur instance, by examining such
$1.00 Grades, 85?
$1.50 Grades, $1.15
$2.00 Grades, $1.35
$3.00 Grades, S2.25
$4.00 Grades, $3.15
$5.00 Grades, $3.85
50c Ties 35
$1.00 Ties 75?
$1.50 Ties...... 05
MORE NEEDY ARE AIDED
GOODrEti.ow keep rp fight to
UK AT TOBM.
Aala Track aad Med Are rare) e Carry
aanllra la laalatrw aad Dra
t Tnmmr Swivel and C
It. Holt and tho Goodfcllowa who ral
lied to their call for help for tha fatni-
Ilea of the poor In thia eerere weather.
continued fho work jreaterdar. carry-
In cora or oomea in noicn
nrfttiona had becoma desperate with
the comlnjf of the allrer thaw.
Trarellnc men. marooned in i-oniana
iy the atorm. were especially enthual
lailo In the work. Two men from Se
ttle were In tha field all day and fur
ilahed fuel and food to several faml-
k that had ben
1 n Utuilivvua -
procured to carry food to th poor in
Lnt went aa iar
led waa uaed to flnian tna inp.
-if tnu want to help." aaid E. T.
Carawell yeaterday. "look over your
wn nelsnoornooa anu ', JT
that tveeda help, if you can a
l. . . rrivar and he will be
lyonc. " " e -
etiy certain to plve you a Rood tip.
jere are many iarom
rloua stralta and are eapeclally de-
rrln. becauae they are not Pi'"'
g to charity, but are tryin to atru-
alonkT and neip inenioia.
....... a. -... like thla are
w . hava a chance to do some
quiet and Important Work.
Several offera of caah donations came
In yeaterday. . . . " .
ti mnnev tnat ia neeaca riRiu
,w aa much as Deraonal service." .y
now ig muiu - -
Tommy Swivel. "AVe want those who
digest of dates relating to both the
primsry and genersl elections, electors,
candidates for nomination or election
.rrira end nui.lic officials may as
certain within what time any act or
thins; rcquirea oi incin eiiai
formed. Information concerning the
..... ..i..i. t anrf fn ha included
In candidates' and Initiative petitions
cam also be securea i rum e..
. C. . . ..J .t.l.mnll follOWlnST.
"Attention Is dlrectea to me
this pamphlet Is not tha law. but only
tha Interpretation given to n m
compilers from the best Information
. . . 1 1 n Kin ii ta a voluntarv compila
tion In which careful effort has been
made to arrange an oraeriy. conven
ient and ready referenco to tho laws re
lating to elections, and It Is respect
..it .nhmiiiMi t n tha neoDle of the
state In the hope that It may prove of
aaalatsnre to mem in im uu.ci
Elmer S. McCormlck, principal of tho
Grrshsm School, has announced hl
candidacy for lha Republican nomina
tion for School Superintendent of
Multnomah County. lie has been a
resident of Multnomah County since
i... iiimi.i Mfflim to Gresham from
Clackamas County.-w here he was rural
school supervisor aurmg me cnwi
yesr of 114-15. He also was teacher
In tho training school at Oregon City.
r mm llll lO in, ihliubivc, " - -
principal of the btsrb school at Cobursr.
tr and superintendent of ecuooia in
the same town. He came to Oregon
from Dickinson County. Ksnsas. where
... . .. . ...... V. m m-ee Pnnntv School
Superintendent- lie was Instrumental
there In advancing school fairs, corn
and garden contests In connection with
the schools cf tha county.
The meetlnr called by women of the
Lincoln Republican Club for Thursday
night was postponed I indefinitely on
account of the weather.
f : T I ...!.. nn.alht. Mlllflltalfl f flT
01111 I ' v . . .
. v. ...iiVillcin eiimlnatlon for County
Commissioner la Ralph .W. Hoyt. ex-
. . . a . i. . .... 1 1
pre.iurni OI ni rwmv r-iii-i i o-L.-.i.tu-
Tt r. Tallin ev-member of the
Hoard of Kduratlon. is mentioned and
(tlgmund tilcliei naa oeen asxea oy
bualnesa man to run. but has not yet
made up his mind. As Commi.i.ioner
Uightner Is practically certain to be a
candidate again, tha race promises to
b. a merry one.
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$20 Suits, Overcoats $15.00
$25 Suits, Overcoats $18.50
$30 Suits, Overcoats $22.50
$35 Suits, Overcoats $26.50
$40 Suits, Overcoats $29.50
are anxloua to help to get out and look
Into the cases personally and then help
them afut personally aa best they can.
"There are perhaps 1000 bridge par
ties held in I'ortland every week. If
the women. Instead of giving- a prise
to the one with the highest score in
bridge, would get together and go out
looking for someone they could help
through the hard weather, they could
-i . . MAn with the aituation them-
1 1 1 J v . viu. " - - -
selves. If anyone want to aubstltutaj
thla work lor tneir oriuno or ... i
they can call up Misa Helen Gillespie,
at Broadway IMS. or A 2334. and she
will give them enough cases from the
Muts' record to keep them all busy."
BACKWARD HIKER AHEAD
licverscd Pedestrian Boats 13-MHe-a-Day
CHICAGO. Feb. 6. Walking back
ward from San Francisco to 'New York
to win a bet of $20,000. Patrick Har
mon, who says he Is the champion
backward walker of the world, reached
here tonight. Accompanying him to
see that the terms of the wager are
fulfilled is W. H. Baltaser. of fcan
Francisco. ' . . .
Rigged up on a short pole attached
to hia shoulder is a looking-glass,
which enables Harmon to see which
way he is "headed." The wager is
between two San Francisco men. and
Its terms are that Harmon must cover
tha distance between the two cities in
260 days. i
If successful. Harmon Is to receive
$5000. Tha start waa made on August
6. 1915. and Harmon said ha waa J5
days ahead of bla schedule of 15 miles
PRIVATE ZOO IS BURNED
Oil Millionaire's Menagerie In Okla
TULSA. Oklh, Feb. 6. Charles Page'i
Kan Knrinars waa de
7 1 1 1 u.c w r
stroyed by ftro today. The xoo was
one or the largest privaio iucii6"
in tho country and was valued at $20,
Mr. Page Is an oil millionaire, whose
philanthropies have taken tne rorra oi
adopting orphans and providing homes
Last Summer the orphans went to
tha San Francisco txposiiion '
vate car for thet Summer outing.
TRAIN CREW IS PRAISED
Panscneer on O.-AV. K. & X- Stalled
Trains Well Cared For.
X xw - ., - - r '
v. D Tfa..lm- on. Ci T W A rf IT1 V T .
paaniiera on theX.-W. R. & X. train
UBtflJ tU t.k
days, returned to their homes here this
j i.nnneviiie lor Lno uui .uui
morning witn unsiiniea proo jr mo
"As soor. as the provisions. In the
li.... ran InW I h A DackagCS Of
food in tho express car and in the
parcel post mail were comraandered."
said Mr. Pooley. '
He declarea that the anow is packed
In soma Of the cuts to a depth of 30
SC0TTI IS SERIOUSLY ILL
Singer Ha Pneumonia and Condi-
tlon Is Unsatisfactory.
x-T.-r l'iov- P.h. S Antonio Scottl.
the opera alnger. Is gravely ill with
pneumonia at his hotel here. A bul
letin Issued tonight by his physicians
said that his condition was not satis
factory. The lung area affected was
said to be somewhat enlarged, with
Increased temperature and respiration.
Slgnor com nas oeen m wim pneu
monia four days. Previously he had the
grippe, but waa supposed to have re
covered from it.
Senator Brady Tica-res Florida.
OREQONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. Feb. 6. Senator Brady, of
Idaho, who has been at Palm Beach,
Fla, for the past two weeks, will re
turn . to Washington Monday. The
Florida climate -has not proved bene
ficial to his health and he was advised
Americanization School to Keopen.
The Americanization school, which is
held Monday, Wednesdayand Thursday
nights at the new Shattuclt School, will
open again for work at the regular
time Monday night, according to an
nouncement made last night. Kdgar B.
Piper will epeak to the students at the
regular assembly Thursday night.
Sherman Indorsed for President.
CHICAGO. Feb. $ The candidacy of
United States Senator Sherman, of Illi
nois, for Republican nominee for Presi-
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Moments. Within ten minutes a'cer an applica
tion of Danderine you cannut . a
...!. .faoe rtt H-tndrui'f or falllnsr hair
und your scalp will not itch, but what
will please you most win oe aner a
few weeks' use, when you see new hair,
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really new hair growing all over your
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little uanaenne immeumioiy uuu
v.i v. n KAo,,v nr vnnt iiflir. N. dif
ference how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy. Just moisten a cloth with Dan
derine and carefully draw it through
your hair, taking one small strand at
a time. The effect is amazing your
hair will be ngnv nuiiy anu vj,
v.. .n ennearanrn of abundance: an
Incomparable luster, softness and lui-
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UCl k w...w
Danderine from any drug store or toilet
-nimtA- an i nrnvo that vnur hair is as
pretty a'nd soft as any that it has been
neglected or injured by careless treat-
that', ail von ftnr.Iv can have
beautiful hair and lots of It If you will
J ji.t try a little Danderine. Adr,
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Wilson Shirts, $1.50,
with soft or (M nr
stiff cuffs.. pl.UO
Wool Sox, will keep
the feet warm, )Cn
Sweaters, $5.00, all
wool, coatt0 AC
dent, was indorsed today by the Illi
nois Republican state central commitr
tee, and a harmony list of candidate!
for delegates-at-large to the National
convention of the party was approved.
If Mixed with Sufjihur It Darken3
Gray Hair So Naturally
Nobody Can Tell.
,The old-time mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
streaked and faded hair is grandmoth
er's treatments and folks are again
using it to keep their hair a good, even
color, which is quite sensible, as we are
living in an age when a youthful ap
pearance is of the greatest advantage.
Nowadays, though, we don't hai" the
troublesome task of gathering the sage
and the mussy mixing at home. All
drug stores sell the ready-to-use prod
uct called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound" for about 60 cents a bot
tle. It is very popular because nobody
can discover it has been applied. Sim
ply moisten your comb or a soft brush
with it and draw this through your
Half inklna- on small strand at a
time: by morning the gray hair disap
pears, but what delights the ladies
with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Is that,
besides beautifully darkening the hair
after a few applications, it also pro
duces that soft lustre :.nd appearance
of abundance which Is so attractive.
besides, prevents danaru:r, ucnm
scalp and falling hair. Adv.
Also Called Tetter. Salt Rheum. Pruritus,
Milk Crust, water i-uibi,
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I believe ecsema can on - "' " '--.'..;
mean Just what X say, C-U-B-b-D and J.OT
merely patched up to return again.. Ke
member I make this statement after han
dling nearly a half minion cases of eczema
and devoting 13 sears of my life to Its treat
ment. I don't care what all you have used
nor ho many doctors have told you that
you could not be cured. All I ask is Just a
chance to prove my claims. If vou write me
TODAY I will send you a FREE TRIAL of
imiCI, SOOLniliS. g.aiaiu. -
will surely convince you as It has me. ir you
..j ...... Hliinnrii..i1 T rinr, vou to
r:ve me a chance to prove my claims. By
writing me today I believe you will enjoy
more real commri mn ;
thla world held for you. Just try it, and I
reel sure you win .sro. wim mc.
DR. O. K. A A ll. r ,
1114 Court Block, Sedalla, Mo.
References: Third National Bank, Se
lalia. Mo. Send this notice to some eczema
JCLEANSES THE CAVITY
Sold everywhere 1 3c
C. 8. Dent & Co.
A 8tcU Affair
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