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TIIE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN, PORTLAND, SEPTEMBER 22, 1918.
Heir to Throne of Subjugated
Wation Reported Fugitive
ANTI-HUN FUSING RUMORED
I Queen Marie, in Message to People
of America, Hopes That Her
Country- May Again
COPENHAGEN. Sept- 21. The Rou
manian Crown Prince has fled from
Roumanian territory and arrived In
Odessa, according to the Ukrainian
newspaper, Krewskaia. Mysl.
News of the flight of Crown Prince
Charles of Koumanta follows closely
reports that came from German sources
of an anil-German outbreak in Kou
mania in which. Queen Marie, who ia an
uncompromising sympathizer with the
entente, was the prime mover. King
Ferdinand was reported to be holding
Crown Prince Charles Is known to
nave been in sympathy with the atti
tude of his mother.
PARIS. Sept. 14. (Correspondence 01
The Associated Press.) Queen Marie
of Roumania is looking forward hope
fully for the time to come when th
Roumanian Army can again take th
field against the German oppressors of
tier little country.
It is known that she will rally he
army whenever the time seems favor
able and the entente allies request it
The Queen cannot rest content under
the domination of Germany.
Soldiers Anxloua to Fight.
"You can tell the American people,
whose sympathy and support 1 value so
highly.' said the Queen. In a recen
message forwarded here, "that the de
ire of my soldiers to renew the combat
is still strong. I hope that with th
crowing successes of the allies, that
desire may yet ripen Into action and
result finally in the complete victory
for all the nations of the entente.
"Roumania. the free people of the
United States may be assured, will rev
er remain the vassal of Germany. She
desires to play an honorable and active
part in the great struggle which the
allies are waging for the reign or right
and law and for the liberation of the
smaller nations. It is my fervent wish
that an opportunity again to partlcl
pate in the war may soon be given her.
I'. S. Aid deeded.
Tt"e need the helping hand of Amerl
ca end our other allies to free us from
our present position. Let not the great
heart of the people of the United States
forget us in our struggle."
sion will hold a hearing October 1. at
Washington. D. C to fix the limits
of zones of tima for the United States.
As at present the standard time of
the five sones is to be based upon ha
mean astronomical time respectively
of the 75th. 90th, 105th, 120th and
150th degrees of longitude west from
Greenwich. The fifth zone, is to in
clude only Alaska. As commonly un
derstood the first zone is Eastern time,
the second Central time, the third
fountain time, and the fourth Pacific
Huntington, Or., has been the di
viding point between the sones of Pa
cific and Mountain time on the Union
Pacific system lines to the Northwest
and Ogden and Salt Lake City for the
roads extending to California. It is
probable that in the fixing of the lines
oy the Interstate Commerce Commission
the line will extend northward from
Ogden to make Pocatello the zone di
vision noint on the Oregon Short Line,
Lwhich will place most of the state of
laann witnin me zone ut ran;niv.
ERNEST BLUE ACQUITTED
CHARGES AGAINST EX-CITY TREAS
IRER NOT PROVED.
EVERYBODY GETS MIXED
NOBODY KNOWS JIST WHERE HE'S
This Tampering With Time la Begin
lag to Look Like Extra Hm
And now nobody knows where we
will be when we are where we were be
fore the last Sunday in March. 1918.
Through misleading information
given out Friday by a railroad office
and subsequently published, a general
misunderstanding has arisen concern
ing the change of time front the das'
light-savingf Ian adopted for the Sum
mer months, to standard time. At'
tempts were made yesterday to straight
en out the tangle and it remained for
Kdward L. Wells, meteorologist of the
local station of the United States
weather bureau to put things right by
quoting straight from the act of Con
gress of March 19; which reads as fol
"At 3 o'clock antemeridian time of
the last Sunday in March of each year
the standard timo shall be advanced
one hour. On the last Sunday In Octo
ber the standard time of each zone
Khali, by'the retarding of one hour, be
returned to the mean astronomical time
of the degree of longtitude governing
aid zone, so that between the lust Sun
day in March at -' A. M. and the last
Sunday in October at 2 A. M. in each
year the standard time in each zone
shall be one hour 'in advance of the
mean astronomical time of the degree
of longtitude governing each zone re
Consequently at 2 o'clock in the
morning of the last Sunday in October
the clocks will be turned back one
I. G. NOE IS NOMINATED
Candidate for Position of Recorder
of Conveyances Gets Big Vote.
OREGON CITT. Or Sept. 21. (Spe
cial.) J. G. Noe was this afternoon
nominated for Recorder of Conveyances
for Clackamas County by the Republi
can County Central committee to fill
the vacancy due to the withdrawal of
Dudley C. Boyles, who was nominated
at the May primary and who is leaving
Mr. Noe received 32 votes out of 39
cast. Mrs. May Waldron. Mrs. Luella An
drews and Mrs. John . C. Bradley re
ceiving two votes each, and one vote
being registered for Mr. Boyles. Before
tfie nominations were made the name of
Mrs. Brtdley was withdrawn. E. E.
Brodle. chairman of the committee, pre
sided and Thoa. H. Tongue. Jr.. chair
man of the Republican State commit
tee, made a forceful speech emphasizing
the need of winning the war.
THREE WORKMEN INJURED
Two Shipworkers and a Burner Are
Victims of Mishaps.
G. W. arboe, aged 28. a caulker at
the Grant Smith-Porter Bros, shipyard,
was severely bruised yesterday when
he was caught between two timbers,
and Gordon Lawrence, aged 42, a boiler
maker at, the same yard, sustained a
badly cut leg when the end of a heavy
boiler fell on him.
Fred Brugett. aged 28. a burner at
the Willamette Iron and Steel Works,
fell 12 feet yesterday and sustained a
severely wrenched back. All three men
were taken to St- Vincent's Hospital.
TIME ZONE HEARING SET
Interstate Commerce Commission
May Make Changes.
The Interstate Commerce - Commis-
Forraer West Salem Official Who Was
Brought From Alaska for Trial
Sooa to Return.
SALEM. Or.. Sept. 21. (Special.)
Ernest Blue, former Treasurer of West
Salem, was found not guilty by a jury
in Judge Kelly's court tonight of a
charge of unlawfully converting !Jb3d
of the city's money to his own use.
Blue was arrested at ivctctllKan
Alaska, several months ago and was out
on bail there for some time before De
ing brought here for trial. The trial
was postponed from last Summer at
Blue's request. An expert accountant
went over the books of West Salem and
found the discrepancies which led to
che indictment. Blue's defense was
that he had expended the money for
the city, and in a personal statement on
the stand explained how the expendl
tures were made.
Blue left Salem for Alaska In Septem
ber. 1916, and had been practicing law
there up .to the time of his arrest. He
expects to return to Ketchikan in a
HOUSE ADOPTION OF POWER BILL
ASKED BY PRESIDENT.
Urgent Message Sent by Executive to
Chalrmaa of Interstate Com
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21. President
Wilson today asked Congress to pass
promptly as a war measure the emer
gency power bill authorizing Govern
ment control and extension of electric
plants and providing a fund of $175.
000,000 for the purpose.
In a letter to Representative Sims,
chairman of the House Interstate com
merce committee, which" has reported
the bill favorably, the President wrote:
"In view of the possibility of three-
day adjournments by the House and the
absence of a quorum from the city, I
venture to write you this hurried note
to urge that the emergency power bill
be Dressed to Dassage. if nossible. be
fore adjournment, as it is of capital arid
immediate importance as a war measure.
"I hope that It will be possible for
you to obtain consent of the House to
McARTHUR HEARS OF SHIPS
Shipping Board Informs Representa
tive Tonnage Provided.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, Sept. 21. Representative lie-
Arthur, who recently took up with the
United States Shipping Board the mat
ter of providing more available tonnage
for the shipment of flour from the Pa
cific Northwest, has been advised that
the desired tonnage has been arranged
for. Mr. McArthur Interprets this to
mean that the North Pacific millers
will be able to grind a large amount of
flour so that the by-products will be
available for sale to dairymen and
According to advices received by
Representative McArthur during the
past two weeks, the dairy industry was
seriously menaced because of the scar
city of millfeed and the inability of the
North Pacific millers to manufacture
their product Into flour.
The attitude of the Shipping Board
has apparently relieved a very distress-1
De Honey's beautiful academy. 23d
and Washington streets, a school where
you meet refined people and learn from
America's best professional dancers and
Instructors. Entirely different and
should not be classed with the ordinary
public hall or so-called dancing school.
New Fall Classes
for beginners start on Tuesday evening,
StniAmiuF 9i inil Thursday evening.
September 26. All popular and latest
dances positively guarantees iu
lessons. Ladies $4, gentlemen 15. to
all securing tickets on or before Sep
tember 24. This guarantee term is
worth S15. and if you ever intend to
learn dancing you should secure your
tickets at once Deiore prices un";
Join our beginners' classes the most
backward pupil will become a dancer
in one term. ou can uo ono "r
lessons a week. .
Different From Other Schools.
First, we do not teach before dancing
parties begin or give short one-hour
lessons. This is tne oniy scnooi leagu
ing one lesson the entire evening, 8 to
11. where vou receive the proper
amount of practice.
Kernnd. the on v scnooi wun a. pep
mtA hall nri extra, teachers, where
backward pupils receive special atten
Third, the onlv school with a system
whlcn gives you a cnance to aanco
with dozens of different partners dur
ing ejifh lessnn the onlv way to be
come a practical dancer teaching the
srentlempn In 1pjH And ladv to follow.
Fourth, earh step and figure of all
dances are thoroughly taugnt una as
our classes are strictly private for
Dunils. onlv the most backward person
will not become embarrassed.
Fifth, each nut receives a pnntea
description of ail darices free.
Sixth, our beaut!ful academy is In
the best residence" location. You will
meet refined people and we guarantee
to teach you to dance in eight lessons.
Advanced Dancing Classes
for - fflnrv ballroom dances and new
steps start Monday evening, September
23. Add the Drofessional snaD to your
dancing. You will enjoy yourself more
than you could at any dancing party
and will obtain grace and experience.
Private Dancing Lessons.
If .vou desire private lessons from
the hest nrofessional instructors in a
private hall where you will learn in a
few lessons, call any hour. We teach
all styles of stage, ballroom and exhi
Teachers of Experience and Ability.
Mr. De Honev is acknowledged to
be one of America's most graceful
dancers, best instructors and leading
authorities on dancing. He has erected
and conducted the finest academies in
St. Louis. Kansas City, Detroit, Mil
waukee. Los Angeles. Cincinnati. Cleve-
4and and Chicago. He has given exhi
bitions and normal instructions in al
most every city in America and Canada.
If you desire to learn the most simple
ballroom dance or the most beautiful
exhibition dance, call day or evening
and vou will be convinced that the
above facts are 'true and that one les
son from us is worth six in the average
school. Call at once. Join our new
classes. Phone Main 7656..
LARGE FIR ORDER ARRIVES
Railroad - Administration Calls for
Pn,llnn. Af an on AAA Ann
ff et of Douglas fir lumber to go into
cars for the United States Railroad Ad
ministration will be distributed at a
meeting of Oregon lumbermen with the
Fir Production Board tomorrow in
Portland. Washington State oper
ators will receive their share of the
order later in the week, according to
Chairman Van Duzer, of the board.
The car material is all to be for
warded to Eastern points, and .Rail
road Administration heads emphasize
the need for top speed in delivery.
W.LSON BIDS GOD-SPEED
Executive Sends Senatorial Cam
paign Message to Kentucky.
MATFIELD. Ky.. Sept. 21. The open-
ng of the Democratic campaign In be
half of Governor A. O. Stanley as a
candidate to succeed the late Senator
James was featured here today by the
reading of a letter from President Wil
son addressed to Senator Beckham.
The President's letter read:
I understand you are leaving today
to join Governor Stanley In opening his
campaign in Kentucky. May I not say
that my cordial best wishes go with
It is of the utmost consequence that
the Administration should have the
direct and unflagging assistance of its
real friends at this time and I bid you
trict in the county, which stirred up
enthusiasm, sending subscribers to the
banks in large numbers.
MARIE DRESSLER WIXIi HELP
Noted Film Comedienne to Address
Meetings Middle of Week.
The following liberty loan meetings.
at which Marie Dressier, renowned film
comedienne, will speak, have been an
nounced by Milton R. .Klepper, state
manager of the speakers' bureau:
Wednesday. September 23 Lincoln Hlrh
School. 10 A. M.; Ad Club luncheon, - noon,
Benson Hotel; Auditorium, S P. M.
Thursday, September 26 Jefferson Hlrh
School, 10 A. M.: Heilig Theater, 11:30 A.
M.; Liberty Temple, 8 P. M.
Mothers Lead Tillamook Parade.
TILLAMOOK. Or.. Sept. 21. (Spe
cial.) The mothers led the parade,
consisting of mothers, wives and sisters
of the boys of Tillamook County in
the service, this afternoon as a fea
ture of the liberty loan drive. Each
carried an American flag and also a
service flag. The parade was enthu
Loan Subscriptions Received.
COTTAGE GROVE. Or., Sept. 21
(Special.) Many volunteer subscrio-
tions for the fourth liberty loan are
being received by the banks here and
he indications arc that little actual
canvassing work will be left to do after
the opening day of the drive.
Hood River Goes "Over the Top."
HOOD RIVER, Or., Sept. 21. (Spe
cial.) Hood River County, with a quota
of I3S5, has far exceeded this amount
in the drive for the Salvation -Army,
war fund. With women of the Council
of Defense in charge, every district has
gone over the top: The Barrett orchard
district oversubscribed the fund, ac
cording to Mrs. W. W. Rodwell, in
charge, by more than 60 per cent.
Flight Permits Must Be Secured.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 21. Licenses
must be secured for experimental air
plane flights, even at plants manufac
turing planes for the Army and Navy,
according to a ruling announced today
by the joint Army and Navy aeronautics
DON'T do your bit-do your BEST!
An opportunity is presented today to every man, woman and
child in Oregon to demonstrate whether or not they are willing
to support our Government in its struggle for liberty for all the
You can help our country help our boys
in the trenches and at the front without
ANY sacrifice and with only a slight
financial concession - too small even to
If you buy a hundred-dollar bond and every
man in Portland should buy that amount at
least, and most men should buy five hundred
dollars' worth you can take that bond to any
bank in Portland, or bring it to my store, and
borrow eighty dollars on each hundred-dollar
At 6 per cent interest per, annum this will cost
you, per year. .$4.80
The Government will pay you interest on the bond 4.25
. ' ' $ .55
So that to help win the war, if .you purchase only a
one hundred-dollar bond you contribute the insignif
icant sum of 55 cents per year.
If you buy five hundred dollars' worth of bonds your
contribution to the winning of the war will be exactly
$2.75 a year! .
IS THERE A MAN OR WOMAN IN PORT
LAND WHO WILL REFUSE TO DO THIS?
I BELIEVE NOT!
.You may still purchase a $50 bond or a $100 bond
from me upon the payment of one dollar down
and one dollar a week on each $50 bond, without
interest. When the bond is paid for I will de
liver it to you with all interest coupons attached.
Men and Women of Portland:
Prove your loyalty, as you always have done, and
we will put our beloved, grand old OREGON in
the front rank, where she belongs !
Yours for Liberty for all the World,
tary of the association, .has received
word that at the recent convention of
the American National Retail Jewelers'
Association at Cleveland, O., Oregon
won formal recogmition of this honor.
Former State Librarian Led u res.
"Liberty," or "America's Fight forJ
Democracy, was the subject of an in
teresting; address delivered Friday
evening in Christiansen's hall by Mrs.
Miitnie Priest Dunten, of Boise, former
ly state librarian for Idaho.
Oregon Jewelers In Lead.
ALB ANT. Or., Sept. 21 (Special.)
The Oregon Retail Jewelers Associa
tion has beaten every state in the Union
in gain in membership during the past
year. F. M. French, of this city, secre-
CLUB'S TOTAL IS $100,000
Mothers' Parade Stirs Up Great
Practical Enthusiasm in Baker.
BAKER, Or.. Sept. 21. (Special.)
While exact figures were not available
this evening. B. E. Harder, Baker
County fourth liberty loan campaign
chairman, stated that total subscrip-
ions In Baker on opening day of vol
unteer week, conservatively estimated,
would reach 100.000. No reports were
received from banks in the county out-
ide of Baker.
The liberty loan rally here today
was featured by mothers' parade, par
ticipated in by people from every dis-
We Have Some Excellent Values In
One mahogany Upright (ex
cellent condition) S210
One walnut upright S150
One Oak Arion Upright 8145
One Schubert, Oak $285
Every One of These Is Covered by
SPECIAL WRITTKV EXCHANGE
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140 Sixth, Bet. Alder and Morrison.
MKHLI.V PACKARD BOND
Jfews Print Stock Inventoried.
WASHINGTON. Sept 21. Stocks of
news print on hand at 66 mills in the
United States at the end of August
amounted to 16,607 tons ok standard
news and 20,731 tons of totalprint. the
Federal Trade Commission reported to
day. Production from January 1 to
September 1 was 764,134 tons of news
print, . as compared with 845,038 tons
for the corresponding period of 1917.
grand jury last week, and District At
torney Haney is preparing to arraign a
number of others who arc charged with
a similar offense.
Cramp's Strikers Placated.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 21. The
workmen at Cramp's shipyard who
went on strike yesterday because base
ball players, pugilists and others al
leged to have been inexperienced ship
workers were placed over them as
bosses, returned to work today. The
strikers declared they had been prom
ised an investigation Into their charges.
Flour Hoarders Fined.
" Federal Judge Wolverton yesterday
imposed fines of $50 each upon Hans J.
Ehlers, Schoen and Antone Wenzel, who
were arrested by Federal authorities
on a charge of violating the flour
hoarding act. All were indicted -by the
aiontgoiner jr-Street Entrance.
FOR services of a private nature, as well as for chil
dren's services, a separate parlor has been included
in the Finley Institution.- The relatives are offered
more privacy here than in the home. Every appoint
ment is offered for the comfort of those in bereavement.
We want more of Portland to be informed about our
New-Day Institution to know the Finley establishment
was planned for all people. There is but . one standard
of Finley service.
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