1919. WHAT YOU NEED BY STATE 4. IS SHOWN IV 1HIS UIAUHAM. Senate at Olympia Approves Distribution of $4,000,000. 'Field of ft Distinct Vision ' hi rtt muTA I UU "LtN5E5 FOUR CHARGE INJUSTICE APIKTAI. tKNS THAT W ILL. tilVE s THE SUNDAY OKEGOXIAN, PORTLAND, MAItCII ROAD FUND Division I INDORSED mm Mr S . r, ZJ c n V Opposition Bashed on View Money Should Accrue to Counties Ac . cording to Payments Made. OLTMFIA, Wash., March 8.' (Spe cial.) Senate indorsement of the state highway fund distribution of approxi mately 14.000.000 was recorded this fternoon in a vote of 22 to 4 in final j passage of tlic bill as it was introduced. Four who voted in opposition -were i Senators Brown, Lamping, Ben Johnson and Landon. Senators Brown and I.ampincr on the floor opposed diversion of auto license I collections into the state highway fund for construction and paving elsewhere j than in the communities collected from. where, they asserted, tho money should fce expended for the particular benefit of the people who pay the bill. Mr. Brown declared that in the next two years he wold initiate a bill to restore the auto license revenue fund to be ex pended by counties in proportion to the amount paid in. Injustice Is Charjeed. Mr. Ianipins: based his objection on showing' that while King: county con tributed from 30 to 40 per cent of the entire auto license revenue, it would receive in return an expenditure of about $100,000 on highways. Chairman Oliver Hall of the senate roads and bridges committee pointed out that op ponents of the bill were simply voting to let the $1,000,000 of highway im provement funds it carried lie idle in the treasury until they could devise a method of distributing it to their own satisfaction. As finally passed the state highway found bill provides for the paving of !9 miles of the Pacific hisrhway from lilaine, at the British Columbia, boun dary to the Lewis and Cowlitz county lines. From this point to Vancouver sufficient money is. appropriated to prade and gravel the highway to Van couver and put it in shape for the next paving undertaking. A roadway to the ea through the southwest is provided for in an allot ment of $150,000 from South Bend to Holman. and the North Bank highway from Vancouver east is assured of com pletion this biennium. Grays Harbor county, in co-operation with the federal aid fund, will add $180,000 to the state appropriation of 5100.000 for the Olympia highway be tween Lake Quinalt and Clearwater port office. On 1500 miles of highway, with a maintenance allowance of $200 to the mile, the maintenance charge will amount to $300,000 annually. The senate today passed senate bill 184, which furnishes the land settle ment machinery to co-operate with the federal government in the purchase of lands for settlers, reserving rights for war veterans. The Carlyon bill submitting at the next election a proposition to bond auto license revenues for $30,000,000 was passed by the bouse today. Elks' Resolution Denounced. Senatorial indignation developed con siderable pressure today when copies of a resolution alleged to have been adopted by the Seattle lodge of Elks reached, the statehouse. Legislators who voted against the Lamping sol diers7 relief bill are denounced in the lodge resolution as undesirables be longing in the same class with slack ers, 1. W. W. and bolshevik!. Several legislators so classified are members of the Seattle lodge. As both a senator and member of the Seattle lodge. J. D. Rockwell de rtounced the action and introduced a concurrent resolution resenting the im putation cast upon legislators as an undignified expression of views of a few ill-advised and impetuous members of an order that has as one of its chief tenets nonpolitical activity. The Elks resolution is signed by W. A. Bane, lodge secretary. The Rockwell resolution is designed for reference to the grand lodge as part of an appeal against the Seattle lodge's action. As a means of giving the Elks' lodge an opportunity to rescind its own action, on Senator Hall s suggestion, the senate resolution went over to spe cial order Monday at 11 A. M. Senator Lamping, author of the defeated bill, discredited the Elks' resolution. Officers' Terms Lengthened. At noon Elks members within and without the legislature met in the Olympia lodge rooms and hotly directed a committee to draft resolutions de nouncing the Seattle resolution and making an appeal to the grand lodge and Elks lodges generally against the feeattle lodge s action. On continua ' tion of debate the senate passed bill 392. which lengthens terms of county officers from two to four years, with the exception of county commissioners. As originally presented this bill at i. tempted to extend the term over the 3920 election. It was sharply criticised ps a precaution of present county of fice holders to safeguard themselves against the possibility of being replaced t Sn 1920 by returned soldier candidates. Constitutionality of the proposed ex tension beyond the terms for which they were elected was also attacked. a cleftrly defined ranee of vision to the very margin. You can rotate your eyes as though you did not wear glasses. No turning the head or twisting the neck. The PUNKTAL I.ens is the latest and best that science has produced, the sight angle of PUNKTAL being 60 degrees, a gain of 28 degrees over the sight angle of the ordinary lens. Write or caH for booklet, -The Eye nd the Lens." It's free. HEADqrtRTKRS PCSKTAL AND Kill IM OK LENSES DE KEYSER OPTICAL INSTITUTE . 365 Washington. Main 0587. Strand. Next to Star. Campbell Hotel Marshall 881. 23d and Hoyt. Sunday Dinner 85c 5:00 to 7:00 P. M. Mock Turtle Soup Olives Homemade Jam Braised Chicken Top Sirloin Steak French Fried Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Baked Squash Lettuce Salad Thousand Island Dressing Hot Rolls Cheese Pie . Ice Cream Real Home Cooking of the. exports, cotton textiles totalling 2,750,000 and woolens 2,125,000. Ring Contest Manager Dies. NEW YORK, March 8. Martin Julian, who managed and seconded his brother-in-law, tne late -Bob Fitzsim- mons, when he won the heavyweight championship from James J. Corbett at Carson City, 22 years ago, died at his home In Brooklyn yesterday, after a brief illness. Julian was credited with being: among the first persons to have had moving pictures taken of prize ring contests. Mass Said, for Pierce McCann. DUBLIN, March 8. The body of Pierce McCann, Sinn Fein member of pariament for east Tipperary, who died of Influenza in the prison at Gloucester, England, reached Dublin this morning. After mass was said a public funeral was held, being attended by all the recently-released Sinn Fein leaders and about 3000 members of that organiza tion. Gas Tank on Ship Explodes. SAN PEDRO. Cal.. March 8. Twenty- two men were seriously burned and otherwise injured, today when a tank containing artificial gas exploded on the ship "West Carnaval, which was be- mr prepared for launching from ways in the yards of the Southwestern Ship building company. One unidentified man was 'believed, to te iatany nuru Slide Changes Train Route. ABERDEEN, Wash., March 8. (Spe cial.) A slide of earth extending over 300 feet of track has blocked the track of the O. W. & Milwaukee railroad near Independence for two days, causing detour of trains to the Northern Pacific tracks. The slide will remove a hill that h as been a source of annoyance and delay for a long time. Brewers to Be Candy Makers. BOSTON, March 8. Brewers of this city are planning to become candy makers after July 1. Officers of one company said today they plan changes in their plant in Roxbury to equip it for candy manufacture and officers of two other brewing firms have filed certificates of incorporation as a choc olate company. 1,390,000 Yanks Meet Enemy. WASHINGTON, March 8. American troops actually participating in en gagements against the enemy num bered 1.390,000 men. General March an nounced the figures today showing that 100.000 comprised divisional troops and divisional replacements: 240.000 corps and army troops and 50,000 ser vice of supply troops. Gas Plant to Expand. State bestowal of special service A $15,000 extension and the installa fcadgos and buttons upon veterans of I tion of new machinery wil double the cither foreign or Mexican border serv- capacity of the Portland Gas & Coke Ice was authorized by the senate, I company's plant at Gasco. The com amended to provide similar distinction I pany will spend $15,000 also on a con for Red Cross and semi-civilian war crete retaining wall on the St. Helens workers. An allowance of $10 a day for expenses while serving as acting gov ernor was passed for the benefit of Jjieutenant-Governor L. F. Hart. road, between the Shell Oil Station and the moorings. Permits have been is- 0 SOLDIER SAILOR Meet the "BILTMORE" You've been proud of your uniform and you've built yourself a mighty fine physique inside of it. Dori't spoil your looks now with a poorly fitting, unfashionable suit. Try the "BILTMORE." Thft's it. over there on tbe one-time lieut. loks good on him, but it would look still better on you. It's the newest of the semi-military waist seam models, with seams over the a-houl-ders. both back and front, and the new slash breast pocket. 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A fairly large number of smallpox rnd diphtheria cases is prevalent in Portland at present, but Dr. Parrish cays that if quarantine is observed there is little danger of either disease kecommg epidemic. D0NT WEAR A TRUSS. 1 il i British Imports Increase. "LONDON, March 8. Imports into the TTnited Kingdom during Fehruary in creased 8.044.000. as compared with January, according to the monthly statement of the board of trade. Ex ports increased 7,815,000. The princi pal increase in imports was 9,000.000 in foodstuffs, and f 2,000. 000 in wool, -while cotton decreased 1,000,000. Man ufactured soods formed, the, main, cart "(Tin "1 nwil PUPAOEIUOti Inner surface made mIF- TMROUt! TMi aliDDins and to kaep constantly applied WV LI.1 1 th hmrhcnt..ltrinclt medication I called PLAPAO. Cloae the hernial c L" ITTX a nature intended sotba Rupture I LmFmU con down. 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Ho charge for tt now or ever, nothing to be returned. "BawlM today tls to daier." Address, rt-ro CO. Block 67 et.a.eele. Ire. JVanss.. AslaVasa., widely known hostelries in the country. is to give way in May to a modern offtce building, it was announced today. A Woman's Verdict Tells of Suffering Greatly With Kidney and Bladder Trouble and How Balmwort Brought Relief. Iler Letter Well Worth Reading Mrs. Nellie McGinn, 609 East 138th street. New York City, writes: "For the last year I had suffered greatly from Kidney and Bladder trou ble, distressing pain in the back and hips, with rheumatic twinges and fre quent severe headache, accompanied by nervousness, chills and fever! also a frequent desire to eliminate, a smart ing, burning sensation, with pain in the region of the bladder. I would fre quently have to arise at night, my sleep being disturbed by the pressure and inflammation in bladder. Begin ing the use of Balmwort Tablets, I no ticed almost instant relief, and con tinuing to use them. I am now totally well and relieved of all pain and dis tress front which I -suffered. I am glad to recommend Balmwort Tablets as a reliable, beneficial medicine and trust others may find relief and freedom from pain and distress as I did." etc. The above letrer is a true statement and is on file in our offices. Balmwort Tablets bring relief when other medl- jclne has failed. Sold by leading druj;- eUUi fx.vi per iu.De -Aav, 13) .i E Mm C Appendicitis is primarily doe to the poisons formed by decaying food In the bowels. It Is a disease caused by Im proper and insufficient bowel elimina tion. Many people have only a small passage in the center of the bowels while the sides are clogged with old. stale, rermenting matter. Tney may have a bowel movement every day but it Is not a complete movement and the old stale matter stays In the system to ferment and cause trouble. Besides appendicitis such unclean bowels cause headaches, stomach trouble and 90 per cent of all other sickness. The Did foul matter sticking to the aides of the bowels often stays in for months, poisoning the body and causing that listless, tired feeling known as "auto ntoxication." HOW TO AVOID TROU11LI' The way to avoid sickness and to keep feeling full of ambition is to watch your bowels. Just as you keep the outside of your bodv clean, you should also KJJKP THE INSIDE CLEAN. It is even more important to keep the bowels clean than It is to keep your body washed, because the millions of pores in the thirty feet of bowels quickly absorb poisons generated by decaying food left carelessly in the bowels. Don't allow the old. ferment ing, filthy stuff to stay in your bowels for weeks, but GET IT OUT and keep It out. Remember, filthy bowels are the cnuse of most sickness no etom aeh. liver or any other organ can do llO w.Mk wltJi a, fvU sesanool sending out gases and poisons. Even if your bowels move sllmhtly each day, that is not enough. There must be an occa sional THOROL'iiH. complete cleans Ing to rid your system of all accumu lated, decaying matter. HOW TO CI.KtN DOWELK O.I ICK The MOST COMPLETE bowel cleans er known is a mixture of bucktltorn bark, glycerine and ten other ingredi ent.", put up in ready prepared form under the trade name of Adler-i-ka. This mixture is to powerful a bowel cleanser that It ALWAYS does its work properly and thoroughly, it removes foul and poisonous matter which other cuthartic or laxative mixtures are un able to dislodKe. It doe- a COMPLETE Job and it works QCICKLY and with out the leat discomfort or trouble. It is so gentle that one forcretn he has taken it until the THOROUGH evacua tion starts. It Is astonishing the great amount of foul, poisonous mailer a SINGLE SPOONFUL of Adlor-i-ka draws from the alimentary canal matter you would never have tliouaht was In your system. Try It right after a natural bowel movement and notice how much MOKE foul matter will be brought out which was poisoning yoxrr system. In slight ' disorders tuch as occasional constipation, sour stomach. "iras on the Ktomach" or sick head ache. one spoonful brings relief almost INSTANTLY. Ailer-t-k is the MOST THOKoUC II bowel cleans tr and antlteotiier ever offered in fiCCVMCt form. 11 ia a constant surprise to people nho have used only ordinary row-i and stomach medicines and the various oils and waters. nt:i'OK'i s KitoM riuMi its. Dr. James Weaver, Loa, Utah: "I have found nothing in my iO years' practice to nn l Aiiler--ka " lr. W. A. Line. West Kaden, Ind : "I Use Adler-i-ka in my practice and have found nothing to excel it." Or. F. M. Prettytnan, Mallard. Minn.: "I use Adler-i-ka in all bowel cases and have been very -ucccssful with it. Some caos require only one dose." Drugslst I. Hawks. Goshen, Ind.: "One of our leading doctors has used Afiler-i-ka in caes of ttomat-h trouble with wonderful suet-ess. He lias net lost a patient and saveil many oierat ions." J. E. I'uckctt. Cillliani, Ark.: "I had bad stonim-h trouble. After taking Adler-i-k:i I fctl better th;in for '.'0 yearj. Haven't l.tncuane to express the anful Impurities which were eliminated tro-.n my system." Cora E. Noblett. Sacccyah. Okla : "Thanks to Adler-l-ka I can sleep ail right now. something I could not do. for years." Mrs. U A. Austin. Au1and. Minn.: -r could not eat a thing, my stomach was so weak. Adler-i-ka made me feel bet ter and am now abio to work and gaining." Adlcr-i-k.a Is sold only by the lending rirut-Kist In OMi-h eity. Sold in Portland by Skidmore lru.- Co. land leading Urugeals. Adv.