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TIIE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTXANIJ, AtTGUST 11, 1918.
UP FOR CONGRESS
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, is the
office candidate; John D. Carmody, a
deputy in the office, is also a candi
date; Thomas D. Page, a brother-ln
law of United States Senator Miles
Poindexter, Albert D. Martin and Dr.
E. J. Brown, are the other candidates.
Dr. Brown is the only Democrat In the
Robert T. Hodge, three times Sheriff
and twice unsuccessful candidate for
Governor, has filed on the Republican
ticket for Sheriff against Sheriff
I P I nnnstrPPT SPnriS Fl inn Stringer and Fred Tuite, the latter
m. w. a J I shipyard worker. Two women are can
Fee to Olympia for Seat
i From Second District.
didates for Justice of t'.ie Peace, Mrs.
O. G. C. Beals, whose husband and two
brothers are Majors in the United
States Array, and Miss Reah Whitehead.
Alice M- Lord, prominent woman labor
leader. Is a candidate for the State
Senate in the 16th District, running
against Frank H. Renick on the Re
fill I" Tfl FAP.F WARM FIRHT publican ticket.
s . w w a- vaniciii w i ...
Alt lllu SUWUUSWVUa,
Washington Representative's Atti
tude Toward War Is Issue La
i'ollette Backed by Son.
have filed for re-election.
E. H. Guie. Representative from the
47th District, has filed for re-election,
and announced his candidacy for
Speaker if elected to the House. W.
W. Conner, formerly Representative
from Skagit County and Speaker of the
House in 1915, has filed for the House
in the 44th District. T. D. Rockwell,
former State Tax Commissioner, Is a
candidate for the Senate in the 34th i
District, against Ralph A. Horr, who
was shot on the eve of the last munici
pal primary election, in which he was
a candidate for nomination for Mayor.
George B. Lamping, president of the
lark Board, formerly Colonel in the
BOYS WANT NEWS
Send Papers io France, Urges
Seattle on July -1, immediately after
the big fire.
In addition to his successes as a law
yer, Colonel Thompson was known as
an author and a poet, and it was not at
all unusual to find contributions from
his pen in the best magazines. His
poem, "High Tide at Gettysburg,"
which appeared in the Century Maga
zine in July, 1888. won from Charles
A. Dana the highest praise, and was
called by him "The noblest war poem
of the world." . .
Always interested in politics. Colonel
Thompson was prominent in the Demo
cratic party, but at no time did he be
come a seeker of office, preferring to
exert his influence in directing the
policies of the party In an uplifting di
rection. Colonel ' Thompson was a famous
SDortsman who liked nothing so well
Letter Received From Mother of Two I as a trip Into the mountains in search
of big game, or a day on the trout
APPEAL ISSUED TO PUBLIC
Soldiers Tells of Xeed of Read
ing: Sfatter and Stirs T.
R. to Action.
streams near the city. He possessed
unusual skill in archery, and for five
years held the championship in the
He is survived by three sons, Major
Maurice" Thompson, formerly Adjutant-
General of the state of Washington;
Lieutenant Oscar Thompson, of the
NEW YORK, Aug. 10. Colonel The- National Armv. who is at present sta-
odore Roosevelt on his return today I tioned at Camp Lewis; Chester Thomp
from a vacation at Dark Harbor Me., -on ana one daughter. Mrs. Mae Cal-
LOWER RATE ASSURED
EXHIBITORS AT STATE FAIR
PROFIT BY RULING.
OLYMPIA. Wash.. Aug. 10. (Spe
cial.) Congressman Llndley H. Had
ley. Republican, has his renomlnatlon
from the Second district without con- National Guard of Washington,
test, and his Democratic opponent will candidate for the Senate in the 37tr
be either Joseph Sloan, of Anacortes, District against Senator E. B. Palmer,
r James Cleveland Longstreet, of Port The primary election occurs Tuesday,
Townsend. Sloan is a brother of Philip I September 10.
D. Sloan, of Olympia shipbuilding lame,
and Longstreet flies as a private sol
dier of the Engineer Corps, whose of
ficial address is now "Somewhere in
France." He notified the Secretary of
State that oGvernor Lister had by
him been authorized to withdraw Ms
name and send his filing fee of $7i
to the Red Cross in the event that the
President or the Governor preferred
that some other Democrat run for Con
rress in the Second Washington dis
trict. The Secretary of State still has
Candidate for Legislature.
P. L. Sinclair, of Seavlew, filed today
as candidate for the Republican nom
ination for State Senator from the
Nineteenth District, which Includes
Pacific and Wahkiakum counties. He is
opposing John W. Kleeb, of South Bend,
who was first elected In 1915. The
Democrats registered no candidate In
this district nor in
where William Bishop and V. J. Capron,
two veteran members of the House, are
opponents for the Republican Sena
torial nomination. No serious opposi
tion to Congressman Albert Johnson'
re-election in the Third District Is ex-
lader Federal Order Exalbita Seat to
Orearoa Show May Be Transported
la One Direction Free.
SALEM. Or.. Aug. 10. Through in
tervention of Senator McNary a modi
fication has been secured of the order
of the Railroad Administration pro
hibiting reduced rates on shipments of
the Twenty-fourth. XhIblt" t0 th" Stat" J1'"
moils sent 10 mo next diuio mir waj
be transported In one direction free.
"With the exception of "the Southern
Pacific the concession procured by
Senator McNary is equivalent to the
pftHunMl rat,, n1nT.ii heretofore from
pected from his sole Democratic rival, th railroads br exhibitors. The South-
Theodore Hoss. of Centralis. Johnson I ern paclfia has transported exhibits
has no Republican opposition for the
Ten candidates have declared fof
nomination to the three full terms ot
six years on the Supreme Court sub
ject to the primary September 10. F.
called upon the American people to
send newspapers to the soldiers In
France. His appeal was the result of
a letter he received from a woman in
France who has two sons in the mill
Writing of the American Red Cross
Hospital at NeuiUy. "where the wards
are already full and the halls are lined
with men on stretchers waiting to have
their wounds dressed, she added:
"The men are splendid and not com
plaining. They are pathetically eager
for home news and there Is nothing
they wish for more than home papers.
I wish you would suggest that more
papers beent them. They do not want
old papers that have been read and
thrown away, but daily papers regu
larly mailed to them.
"I very earnestly make an appeal
not only for New York and Boston
papers, but that all American papers
be sent to the boys," said Colonel
Roosevelt in giving out the letter.
"I hope the papers may feel Inclined
to do a part themselves. Of course
they should not be expected to bear all
the expense; outsiders should provide
funds to send papers regularly to the
hospitals where the boys from their dls
trlcts are likely to go. This lnforma
tlon can be procured from the Red
Cross or the War Department,
it could be done generally."
noun. His wife died some years ago.
ENEMY DESTROYER SUNK
VESSEL OFF ZEBRUGGE THOUGHT
TO HATE STRUCK MXKE.
Gcmtai Who Commanded Submarine
That Sank tihe Lusltanla Is
LONDON, Aug. 10. A German de
stroyer was sunk eight miles off Zee-
Drugge yesterday, according to an
official statement issued by the Ad
The statement says that it 'is prob
able the destroyer was sunk by strik
ing a British mine. '
Lieutenant - Commander Schwelger,
who commanded the submarine which
sank the Lusltanla, is dead. His death
took place In September. 1917. but has
I wish I only now been admitted by the German
Admiralty, according to reports re
Last September, Schwelger, in com
mand of the U-88, was in the bight of
Helgoland with another submarine. The
other commander felt a chain sweep
ing, along the side of his boat. A ter
rific explosion followed. The second
NUMBER OF PRISONERS FAR ABOVE boat rose rapidly and signaled for the
other. There was no reply. A keen
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FIGURES MADE PUBLIC.
i French and British Troops, Patrols and
Cars Operate Beyond Point Men
tioned la Statement.
PARIS, Aug. 10. Several newspapers
watch was kept for the U-88. .There
Is little doubt, the reports say, that
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both ways free, but like the remainder
of the roads will now have to transport
them one way free," Secretary Lea said.
Secretary Lea also said that he had
been advised that under the recent rul
Ina- shippers are entitled to ship pure-
W. Glrand. of Spokane, was the last to I bred show animals at released valuation.
fun JiiHra Kenneth Mackintosh. oflArenta of the Western Welchlnir and
Seattle, has the four-year term nomi- I Inspection Bureau recently compelled hint this morning that the official war
nation without opposition. I stock shippers to put a lull value on statements are purposely reticent and
. . . I their ihow stock. th.f ,.,.. in..Aaf.. . . i
w.,-.. "-- - Protests were made to the Railroad mA. .; th ' " TT-.T. TACOMA, Wash.. Aug. 10. (Special.)
The two feature prira.17 fights of Adm,nl8tratlon wlth tne re8uU that an- mde pub" " tne War Office chose, complaints of rent profiteering have
the election are in the Fourth and nouncement ha, been made that if shlp. They say that the number of prisoners been made by the Tacoma Metal Trades
rum i,uiiiriuM.i v, pers of show stock in the future en- " r bdovo me ngure autnoruauveiy council to Captain John v. Blaine, rep-
Owner of Profiteering.
Fourth John W. Summers. Walla I -,,,., .Imini- rilfflotiltlr thv ar to announced.
Walla: Austin Mires. Ellensburg; Ina I . .v.. h. w..t.rn French 1
n inm 1 a.niiii. 7 I classification committee in Chicago.
witn congressman imam xj. uruj
lette for the Republican nomination. As
an opponent of the United States en
tering the war. LaFollette is supposed
to have the Non-Partisan League
strength of his district, although Mrs.
Williams is reported to be making a
strong bid for It. In this district the
Democrats are running William E. Mc-
Croskey, of Palouse.
J. Stanley Webster. Frank M. Good
win and R. A. Hutchinson are lined op
for the Republican Congressional nom
ination in the Fifth. The Democrats
ANGUS WINS VINDICATION
Orchardlsts' Charges Against Fruit
HOOD RIVER, Or., Aug. 10. (Spe
cial.) At a Joint hearing today before
the County Court and District Horticul
tural Commissioner C. A. Macrum, of
........ A,i.h.,i4l,(. vhn
are aiviuea oeiween wnjSra.u a8Ked tn, dismissal of County Fruit In-
resentinir the United States Shipping
xrencn ana snusn lignt troops, pa-1 Board. Th. comDlaint was the out-
trols and armored cars are operating I growth of a report made to the council
far beyond the point mentioned In the 1 bv Cornelius M. Kenealv. a structural
official statements. The Infantry Is f ol- I ironworker, employed at the Todd vard.
lowing untiringly and In sufficient He asserted that his house was entered
masses to crush all attempts made by I while at work and he was refused
the enemy to counter attack. admittance by two huskies hired by
j.ub iiiajuruj oi mo prisoners so iar I tK nsna.
iaicen are rainer oia, wnicn the news-1 m,- K-en.,iv ..m h, -han iii.d in th
papers say shows that the secondary .i-r v.n. th.t ih.
" "T ura. laat two months his rent had been
uu.Uu- vl u . i very large, wnue ralsed. first from J4.26 a week to 16.
iuuy one-Dili oi me guns Denina Ue to T , i.f
German -lines have been captured. .nd a kitchenette. He added that he
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The styles are the season's best in broad variety. The
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Pill and V. T. Tustin.
Dill's War Reevrd Is laave.
Dill's opposition to the war Is the
Issue in the Fifth, and Dill Is defend
ing his vote and speeches against war
on the claim that he was only a few
minutes behind the President in chang
ing his mind in that respect. Every
Congressional candidate In the Fifth la
Tn hA STI Til t Inflnitlnv fijk.
ttl Cons-maim n John F. Miller ia inspector.
opposed for the Republican nomination
Democt candidate is jl M. Haw- SERVICE FLAG DEDICATED
thorne, of Seattle.
mans admit defeat Is attributed to the
fact that the retreating army in Picardy
is oommanaea py urown rince Kud
precht and not by the German Crown
spector Angus, Mr. Angus was wholly
The orchardlsts, all of whom, follow
ing indictment by the grand jury, plead
ed guilty to violation of a law regu
lating the burning of prunlngs, accused
Mr. Angus of personal animus.
Commissioner Macrum declared that
their investigation by the grand Jury
was in strict accordance with instruc
tions that he had given the-county fruit I SEATTLE LAWYER PASSES AFTER
WILL H. THOMPSON DEAD
An Author and Poet Veteran
Confederate Army Wins Praise
From Charles A. Dana.
haobeen given only three days' notice
to pay the increased rent or get out.
RAIL ASSISTANT IS NAMED!
George Held, of Tacoma, Ivegal Ad
viser for Western Division.
TACOMA, Wash.. Aug. 10. (Special.)
George T. Reid, of Tacoma, has been
named assistant to Federal Manager J.
M. Hannaford, of the Northern Pacific
DEMOCRATS LOSE CASE
DISTRICT COURT DECIDES IN FA
VOR OF NON-PARTISANS.
I The Importance of Glasses I
Judge Holds Issue Involved In Contro
versy Is Purely Political and One
Voters Can Settle at Polls.
BOISE, Idaho, Aug. 10. (Special.)
Democrats lost again in their attempt
to bar the Non-Partisan League candi
dates from the ticket.
Judge Carl A. Davis, of the Third
Judicial District Court, after hearing
in Far-Away France.
Although the Democrats have no leg-It.,, tr v.-ri T-i)., . ci,ii..J
Kate L. Young, a pioneer school Uach-
r- npntnlt. warm lo-h tn H rmm
other Republican candidates, C. a As- , S.E.ATJLE' w.a.sb- Au- 10. (Spe
ninv.lL J n M.rt BnH nnr Mn.l- I TILLAMOOK. Or.. Aur. 10. (Special.) ciai-j oionei wiu a. inompson. emi
ler. a shipyard employe. She has al-I The Women's Relief Corps, of TUla- nent lawyer and noted poet, former
remdv dfid tha thr. tn f hr In I mook. have dedicated a service flair to I Western counsel for the Great North
every precinct. Aspinwall is a candi- I their sons in the service. Rev. Charles ern Railway, died at the home of his
date for renomlnatlon. IE. Gibson, pastor of the Methodist Epls- I son. Major Maurice W. Thompson, U.
copal Church, delivered, a splendid ad- a., at s o ciock mis morning. He
naa neen ill lor several months. Re-
Mr. Reid will be in charge of the legal ment all d on an appll.
work for the Western division, there-I Tw-i u it
o by carrying on the work he did 1 under the Democratic committee, for an in-
pnvaic uwucrauiii -"" "" junction to restrain the Secretary of
ueoii aonmiaiii m ino yiesiueuL state from certifying the league candi-
counsel for the Western division. He aates on the official primary ballot,
will continue to have his offices in Ta- I sustained the demurrer of the league to
Judge Reid Is the only Tacoman who
will be directly responsible to the rail
road administration and he will main
tain the only Tacoma headquarters. His
organization will remain unchanged.
the application and dismissed the case
Judge Davis held the issue involved
In the controversy between the Demo
crats and the hon-partisans is purely
political one and the voters could
settle it at the primary election.
Monday the Supreme Court will hear
vivn r--r tt.o . to t., --o Ar had been ill for several months. Re- . ..-..w , argument on me bbcujiu ''""s
lot """-'"ill . . .. . .... v. . l, w 1 nl 1 1 i-ni-nflY ni ll-niV Kill I th am issue. X dflCision will b
I n.i.it nk.i.. c i I r'nnnt v in (ha hnnn nf rcti-rnitinr hai I rendered before Wednesday as it
rnniKi JnJ. nt cn.rin. rvnM I Lesli. Coenover. Thomas rtM Ttr strength, but was compelled to return j , the last day on which tne secretary or
1,-7'- ,' c," r.V." hom- h,t a wAlr l escape rrum uu.ru m ia. uui.ij , . state can make the certification Of can
Four-Cornered Affair. Wnll Tnm Ricrint inhn mi. I Colonel Thomnson stands out In thai Vm... aennt I didates.
William ivenneay. wiuiam Anderson, msiory oi oeiuio since me aays or me
SEATTLE. Wash Aug. 10. Primary
T 0l .1. . 1 1 . 1 T T I 1 n tfiOO a a nn n. m. w a 1 .... w
VZa Ti u vi.rn.,,. w Smith, Sidney Blanchard, George Blanch- of development and achievement.
?iJ .JSLi w.th ? J ,rtn. It ard- so" Gardner. Clarence Gardner, He was born In Calhoun. Ga..
f i-l-V ri.,W .11 1f clar" "?i Claud Perish, John Harris and Beldon March 10, 1848, the son of Rev. Gi
SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 10. Two
enemy aliens, part of a party of 10
While Queen Mary of England cares
little for the reading of fiction, she
Is an ardent devotee of the theater,
candidacy. From the filings it would
appear that this is conceded to be a
Republican year. Eight Senators and
Grigg I men on their way to the internment I hen taste running especially to the
M. and Diantha Thompson, and was ed- I camp at Fort Douglas, near here, es-
ucated at the Georgia Military Instl- caped from their guards somewhere
tute. Before his education was com- between Wells and Montello, ' Elko
modern dramas and comedies.
1J Representatives are to be elected in pspgQ p TD ATC RIIRMC pleted and before he had reached 16 County, Nev., according to- Eugena
King County, and many of the candi- UHnUU UT lilinMIC DUnlllO S'"e , ,. nlv(1 w m, T.iv Snafford. of San Francisco, a nassen-
dates on the Republican ticket have a I V on,, v.,. I , h. train whn rrid hr to.
Mlkomr. Fur JuHn of th. Sntrir r.. . j T.-1 r, . -
. , , I M " .wwjv vw I riagg lid . 1, H1U VUlliLUDlOll. I A J .
Court, Clay Allen, former United States
District Attorney, and appointed to the
bench by Governor Lister, has a big
opposition In the ambitions of Dudley
G. Wooten. former Congressman from
Texas; Everett C Ellis, assistant Prose
cuting Attorney, and Thomas P. Re
velle, former Councilman, former Con-
Loss at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 10. A barge
with a cargo of 1200 tons of sodium
nitrate on board and anchored in the
bay near here, burned to the water's
armv as a private. According to Spafford, the eight re-
Colonel Thompson remained in in- I maining prisoners were piacea in jan ai i
diana until 1889. when, with the late Cobre, Nev., while their guards went
Judge John E. Humphries,, he started I back as far as Wells in an effort to
for the Pacific Coast. He arrived in I find the two who had escaped.
gregational minister and leader of the ed" today, with a loss of $80,000. The
SALT LAKE CITT, Aug. 10. -Fire re
ported to be of Incendiary origin which I
broke out early this morning at the
smelting plant of the Ohio Copper Com
pany, at Lark, a smelter town between
this city and Bingham, did damage es
timated at J75.0U0.
progressive wing of the party. Or
ganized labor has set out to defeat
Some of the county officeholders will
hava no serious opposition.
The contest for Prosecuting Attor
ney offers a field of big possibilities.
Fred C Brown, former Justice of the
Peace, who won the Republican nomi
nation four years ago for prosecutor,
but was defeated at the election, has
filed again. S. E. Brackets at present
Careless Use of
Soap Spoils the Hair
Boap should be used very carefully. If
you want to keep your hair looking Its
best. Most soaps and prepared sham
poos contain too much alkali. This
dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle.
and ruths it.
The best thing for steady use Is Just
ordinary mulslfied cocoanut oil (which
Is pure and greaseleas), and Is better
than the most expensive soap or any
thing else you can use.
One or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse
the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply
moisten the hair with water and rub It
In. It makes an abundance of rich,
creamy lather, which rinses out easily,
removing every particle of dust, dirt
dandruff and excessive OIL The hair
dries quickly and evenly and it leaves
the scalp soft, and the hair fins and
silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy
Tou can get mulslfied cocoanut oil at
any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and a
few ounces will supply every member
pi th family for months. Adv.
Klamath Man Leases 12 00 Acres.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or., Aug. 10.
(Special.) George Watt, a prominent
stockman here, has just leased 1200
acres of land In the Wood River Val
ley adjoining the Weed ranch, from the
Reclamation Service. Surveyors will
start Immediately to run the lines of
thi new tract which will be fenced by
Watt and J. B. Mitchell. A large herd
of stock cattle owned by Mr. Watt and
from the 7-T ranch In Lake County
are to oe pastured ners this season.
Warm Springs Project Favored.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, Aug. 10. At a conference today
with the capitalization committee of I
the War Industries Board. Representa
tive Sinnott was Informed that the
agricultural experts have reported fa
vorably on the Warm Sprngs irrigation
project and that the outlook is good
for favorable action on the bond Issue,
though no definite action can be taken
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Pasco Chamber Lays Plans.
A few applications of Santiseptic Lo
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PASCO. Wash- Aug. 10. (Special.) I .... i,hlr,r Irritation. wclllnr onri In-
The regular weekly luncheon of the fiammatIon of mosquito and other
Pasco Chamber of Commerce was held I insect bites. Santiseptlo is indispen
at the Violet Cafe yesterday, with a . -bl. for Bkin comfort and for relief
large number of the members present.
Various matters were discussed and
plans were begun for the entertain
ment of the Good Roads Association
meeting; to be held here In November.
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A -w Clasae for Brnrinnrra
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Private Lessons Given
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With it we can detect every error of vision instantly.
(f No matter how excellent the mechanical work m a
pair of glasses, it counts for nothing unless the formula
from which the lenses are ground is the correct one for
CJ The formula will only be correct when it is based
on the result of a careful examination.
(J Consequently, a thorough examination is the first
requisite for a satisfactory pair of glasses.
J Our system of eye-sight testing has no superior.
CJ Our many years' experience is behind this system. E
COMPLETE LENS GRINDING FACTORY ON THE 'S
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I THOMPSON OPTICALINSTITUTE I
Portland's Largest, Most Modern, Best Equipped
Exclusive Optical Establishment j
209-10-11 Corbett Building, Fifth and Morrison 5
Since 1908 f:
HUNDREDS of r e p r e s entative
concerns have given their un
qualified indorsement of the
Monroe as the most efficient ma
chine on the market for all-around,
rapid, accurate figure handling.
It Is simple to operate, gives a
visible check of every operation; it
adds, multiplies, subtracts and di
vides in a direct manner which
combines speed with accuracy.
These same features will make the Monroe a tremendous time and
money saver in TOUR business. An investigation will prove both
Interesting and valuable.
Mo cost, no obligation, nothing. risked. For a trial
E. W. PEASE, 110 Sixth Street Main 2285
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