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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15, 1914.
227tb DAT OF 1814.
EIEtLIQ Broadway at Taylor. Curtain 2:80
and 8:30. brel D'Annuuilo a "Cabirla."
E4KEU Broadway and Sixth at Morrison.
Curtains, 2M, 7:30 and 0. Basco Mn-lcal
Tabloid company la "Tb Bull rtsbter."
FA NTAU EH Broadway and Alder. Vaode
vllla. Curtalna 2:30, 7:30 and t;10.
LOKWB EMPHEHJJ Broadway and Tamhlll.
VaudeTtll. lM) to 6:30, 6.30 to 11 week
daya. Continuous 1 to 11, Buudaya.
THIS OAKa Amusement Park.
COLUMBIA SUtb, between Waahlnctoa and
Stark streets. Motion plcturea. 11 a. m.
to u p. m.
PfcOPLEH West Park and Alder atreeta. Mo
tion plcturea. 11:30 a m. to 11:80 p. m.
BTAU Washington and Park, Motion pic
ture. 11 n. m. to 11 p. m.
GUiBE Elerenth and Waablngtos. Motion
picture, la m. to 11 p. m. ,
MAJESTIC Washington and Park. Motion
iiiciu.es. z oj. to ii p. m.
BUNHET Washington and
-Washington and Broadway. Mo
tion nl--fit. 11 fl m 4n 11 n
ART UVHZVii -tilth and Taylor. Houra
to ft week days, 2 to 6 Sundays; free aft
ernoona of Tuesday, Thursday, Krlday, Sat
urday and Sunday.
At the Central Public library the following
meetings will be held: Nebraska society. Holi
day enlng, August 17; California society.
Tuesday evening, August 18; public hearing
U. 8. commission of Industry, August 10. 'M,
iil. from 10 a. in. to 4 p. in. ; County Teach
ers' association. September 7, 8, and 0, from
8:16 a. ai. to 4 p. ui.
Itound-up Pendleton, Or., September 24,
Barnum & Bailey Circus, Twenty-fifth and
Uairlitb street, August iB-ZO.
Oregon Btato Fair, Salem, Or., September
SM to October 3.
Bleimer Georglana to Astoria, dally except
Friday. Washington street dock.
Steamer Uulter Gntzert to The Dalles or
Cascade Lock dally except Monday. Alder
Oregon City boats Sunday excuralona. Taj
lor street dock. '
Kitty Moran to Oregon City, dally trlpa
Foot of MorrUon street.
At old Uellla theatre. Eleventh and Mor
rlaon streets, dally at 3 and tt p. in. Ad
mission free: no collection.
Suggestive picture of future, August 15.
Grand Finale, special program (afternoon only)
Band Concert Dates.
Monday, B p. m. South Parkway.
Tuesday. 8 p. la. Terwllllger park.
Wedueiday, 8 p. m. Holluduy park.
Thursday, 8 p. m. Washington park.
Friday, 8 p. ui. Peninsula purk.
Huuday, 3 p. m. UureUurt park.
Portland and vicinity: Probably fair to-
Dtcht and Sunday: northwest winds.
Oregon: Generally fair tonight and Sunday;
Washington: Generally fair tonight and
Hun lay. cooler east port Ion tonight; westerly
Idaho: Generally fair tonight and Sunday;
The pressure la low over California and Arl
aona and northeastward to western Canada:
also over the northeast. Coinuaratlvely high
pressure obtains over other sections. Rains
have fallen In the gulf states. Tennessee, the
l'lstrlct of Columbia, western New York, the
St. Lauwrence vallev and northern Alberta.
Thunderstorms occurred within the laat 12
hours at Jacksonville, Mooruead. Winnipeg and
F.iliuouton. The weather la cooler In western
and southern Washington. Oresun. northern
Nevada. New Mexico, New York and Sas
katchewan: In general. It U warmer In other
aectlous, especially In the Interior northern
There Is considerable cloudiness over Wash
ington and western Oregon, but conditions
are favorable for generally fair weather in
this district tonlsht and Sunday.- It will be
cooler lu Idaho and tonight In eastern Wash
ington. Winds will be most northwesterly.
THEODORE F. DRAKE.
Acting District Forecaster.
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Kunns City, Mo
Loa Angeles, Cal
New Orleans, La
New York. N. Y
North Head, Wash
North Yakima. Wash..
St. Louie. Mo.
Salt Lake. L'tah
San Francisco. CaL . . .
Ta toosu Island. Wash
Walla -Walla, Wash..
Washington. D. C.
P. M. report of preceding day.
When You Go Away
Have The Journal sent to
your Summer address.
Wives Are Given Deorees. Circuit
Judge Oatens .granted a decree of di
vorce yesterday to Mrs. Agnes McKen
zle from Arthur M. McKenzie, for de
sertion. They were married at Enid,
uKia.. uecemoer zo, 1902, and she al
leged that he left her in Portland Jan
uary 15. 1912. Judge McGinn granted
a aivorce to Mrs. Georwene Hendren
from William Hendren on a charge of
cruelty. She was given custody of
their one daughter. They were mar
ried at Salem, Or., February 24,. 1905
Accuser Most Pay Costs. Admission
on the witness stand Thursday by D.
L. Crossen, of the Singer Sewing Ma
chine company, that when he swore
out a complaint against Mrs. Manda
Phelps charging her with larceny by
bailee that he did not know at the time
whether or not she had committed a
crime led to the dismissal of the
charge against her by District Judge
STATE of the DEAD
Are all immortal I la conscioutnMS un
interrupted t Do all so to the tarn place
and condition I la then aa iatannediat
star' Doea-the body show in the im
mortal Ufa I What will bo our employ
ment ta tho hereafter 1 shall wo races
cixe our friends in hosTonl Thes ques
tions anawared in 11 a. m. sermon by
Dr. DELMER H. TRIMBLE
Centenary Methodist Chdrch
. East Ninth and Pine Streets.
A Double VbP?SL
, Hanging (
For the peace of Society, the Pen 31 ton
Koond-Up not in it with thia.
HEAR IT. SEE IT.
Viae Beatrice Xlrknp tings two solos
at 11 a. m. Hiss Florence Twidll
sing twice at 7; to 9. m.
Rests Pres. Dr. Trimble Wants To See
... ' ' Yea. -
Dayton and the assessing of about $14 f
costs against Crossen accompanied by '
a severe lecture. Crossen had charged
her with taking a sewing machine pur
chased from the. company to which she
did not have title from the county.
He admitted that until Mrs. Phelps
told him where the machine was he did
not know where it was.
Carried Concealed Weapons.
Trouble last night in the saloon at
rourth and Sheridan streets resulted
in the arrest of Angeo Vlcere, !
charged with carrying a pistol. ' He,
was fined f 50 this morning in the mu- j
nlclpal court. A general tight pre-1
ceded the arrest. Patrolman J. P.
Murphy arrested Vicere, who Is mar-i
ried and has four small children. Tne,
wife and children were in court this !
morning to plead for the release of
f, hiihan1 art A faiYiy hut tVi, fin.'
was imposed in, order to break up the
practice of carrying weapons.
Sues Mill for Damages. Suit for
$10,000 damages was started yesterday !
by Jacob Schweitzer against the East j
Bide Mill & Lumber company because
of the alleged failure of the company ,
to complete a deal by which Schweitzer
was to purchase a logging spur and
equipment for 35000. connecting with
the Portland Railway, Light & Power
company's tracks at Deep Creek Junc
tion In Clackamas county. Schweitzer
alleges that the company cannot give
title, as it only owns an Interest in
Kesldetice Is Bobbed- The home of
W. C. Slusser, 1285 Rodney avenue,
waa entered last evening during the
absence of the family. A gold watch,
two chains, silver set, and several
small articles were stolen. Valuable
papers belonging to Mrs. Sweetland.
living in the Slusser family, were also
taken. These papers consist of notes,
checks and receipts. Detectives Hell
yer and Tackabery this morning found
a few of the articles scattered along
the street near the Slusser home.
George Strayer Discharged. George
Strayer, former slum worker in the
north end, was discharged In munici
pal court this morning for trespass
ing upon property of his mother-ln-law
last Sunday night. Hla wife is
at the place, to Which Ctrayer went
to see her and the children. Tha
Strayers live at Vancouver, where 3
divorce action will be heard Monday.
Strayer says the wife's family is re
sponsible for the domestic trouble.
Will Discuss Prohibition, This
evening the Woman's Liberal league
will hold an open air meeting at
Fourth and Alder to consider public
measures. The orator of this organi
zation, composed mostly of women who
work for a living, is Paul Turner. He
will endeavor to consider the prohibi
tion question from the standpoint of
the industrial interests of Oregon.
Body Will Be Snipped. The body of
Bernard C. Lindstrom will be taken
this evening to North Bergen, N. J.,
for burial. Two brothers from the
east arrived yesterday and arranged
to ship the remains to the family
home. Lindstrom was shot and killed
a week ago by Mrs. Delia Marsh be
cause he would not marry her, as she
says he promised to do when she se
cureda divorce from her husband.
Band Concert on Third Street To
night. Campbell's band will give a
series of eight band concerts at vari
ous points on Third street tonight, con
tinuing till 10 o'clock. Third street will
be beautifully lighted, store windows
will show newest arrivals of every im
aginable line of goods and bargains of
every description await the people of
Xoyal Bosarians' Picnic Royal
Rosarians are planning a picnic at
Bonneville, Sunday, August 23. A ball
game between the Ad and Transporta
tion club teams will De an entertain
ment feature. There will be dancing
and an inspection of the salmon hatch
ery. By means of the picnic a fund
will be obtained for the Royal Rosa-
Pined 930 for Gambling. A fine of
$20 was imposed upon Bert Emery, col
ored. this morning by the municipal
court for aamMing in the St. Francis I
court for gambling
club at 108 North Ninth street. Four
teen other men arrested for visiting
the nlace were discharged. Emery is
manager of the club, the charter of
which Is reported about, to be revokea
by the state.
Automobiles in Collision. Two auto
mobiles collided at Glisan and
Eighteenth streets last evening, over
turning one car, but injuring no one.
H. N. Morman, with two men in his
auto, was going west on Glisan street,
when J. C Avary and Fred Miller of
Stevenson, Wash., were going north on
Eighteenth street. Avary's auto was
Wisconsin Society Picnic The Wis
consin society of Oregon will hold its
annual picnic at Peninsula park on
the afternoon and evening, Thursday,
August 20. All members and former
Wlsconsinltes cordially Invited. Bring
your baskets, children, husbands and
sweethearts, and join in a glorious old
fashioned Wisconsin outing.
Seventh of Lecture Series. The sev
enth lecture in the series "Riches for
the Poor," by Florence Crawford, will
be given tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock
In Central Library halL The topic will
be "Every One That Asketh Receiv
eth." Dan H. Qulmby will give two vo
cal numbers. All are invited.
Safety Pirst! Insure your roof
against moss, fire and leks with Bur
nett's improved paint, manufactured
by Bruce Armstrong Faint company,
wholesalers and retailers, 333 East
Morrison. Job work guaranteed. East
Articles of Incorporation. Articles
of incorporation of the Ore-Mont' Min
ing, Milling Manufacturing company,
capitalised at 120,000, were filed this
morning with County, Clerk Coffey by
John A. Laing, H. E. Manghum and
H. S. Reed.
Bart Haney on Bench. Attorney
Bert Haney will occupy the municipal
court bench for two weeks, beginning
Monday morning, as Judge Stevenson
leaves for his vacation, which will be
spent at Seaside with his family.
Picnio at Canemah. The Royal
Highlanders of Portland are to give a
picnic and excursion to Canemah Park,
near Oregon City, tomorrow. The spe
cial train starts at 9:15 Sunday morn
ing. Sunday Excursion to Cascade ocks
on steamer Bailey Gatzert, $1 round
trip. Leaves Alder street dock at 9
a. m. Arrives on return at 6:45 p. m.
Phones Main 914 and A-6112. (Adv.)
School Clerk on Vacation. City
School Clerk R. H. Thomas Is enjoy
ing a vacation at the Tillamook beach
and will be away from his office for a
week at least.
KTo Juvenile Cases Today. Judge
Gatens, of the Juvenile court, was not
disturbed this morning by bad boys
and girls for no cases were, on the
docket for the juvenile court session.
ajumaro.uxvjsftf lava coma-jjitft xaa-oX-
Summer Besort Snhacxlbsr.
When yon go away m ow T
catlon, have The Journal follow
you at the regular rata of IS cents
a week, by mall; or the following"
agents will supply you at regular
city rates t
Barvlew, Or. Harold JP. BrtmhaU.
Bay City, Or. Mrs. J. o. McClure.
Bayocean, Or. Edwin B. AngtlL
Cannon Beach, Ecola, Or X. w.
Wash, Carl B. Smith.
Carson, Wash Shlpherd's Springs.
Carson, Wash. St. Martin's
Columbia Beach, Or. H. Bona
Oearhart, Or. Philip Sessions,
(all points on beach).
Xlwaco, Wash. k. B. Woodruff.
Long Beach, Wash. Lawrence
Blneea. (All points on beac"h).
Megler, Wash. Ziouls Cohen.
Newport, Or. Donald James.
Bock way Be&oh, Or. Ed E. Wood.
Seaside, Or. Philip Sessions. (All
points on beach).
Eeariew, wash. Ziawrence XHn
een. (All points on beach).
Tillamook, Or. J. B. Lamar.
Wllholt Springs, Or. P. "W. Hfc
fice, but all have been settled without
court action. The seven boys charged
with stealing watermelons who were
caught Thursday night on melon cars
on East Second street, were lectured
and allowed to go home.
Offers Reward for Auto. R, P. Reed
of the Dinwiddle Construction com
pany, has posted a $50 reward for the
return of his two-passenger Flanders
runabout, which was stolen August 6.
The car is numbered'63569 and bore the
Oregon license number 6069.
Interesting Meeting Planned. Cen
tral W. C. T. TJ. will hold an interesting
meeting next Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. M. L. T. Hidden will preside.
"Community Sing." Auspices Mon
day Musical club, Tuesday evening,
August 18, 7 to 9 o'clock, Multnomah
field. Admission 10 cents. (Adv.)
Steamer Jesse Harklns for Camas,
Washougal and way landings, dally ex
cept Sunday. Leaves Washington street
dock at 2 p. m. (Adv.)
The New Tiffany wedding rings at
Jaeger Bros., jewelers. (Adv.)
pins at Jaeger
Dr. Ella X. Dearborn, 800 Union ave.,
north. C-1108. (Adv.)
Dr. A. W.
removed to 402
W. C. Shearer, dentist, returned. Ad.
X. B. Pox, optician. Journal bldg. Ad.
Davis Murder Case
Jury Is Complete
Second Trial of Dallas Man Charged
With Killing sis Motb.er-in-X.aw,
Will Start Monday Morning.
Dallas, Or., Aug. 15. The case of
the state vs. Louis Davis, charged
with the murder of his mother-in-law,
Mrs. Eliza Stewart, was started in
the circuit court here Thursday after
noon, and a' Jury was secured yester
day, after a special venire had been
drawn. Davis was tried and convicted
a year ago, but the supreme court
granted him a hew trial. His attor
ney attempted to secure a change of
venue to Marion county for the sec
ond trial, but Judge Holmes denlea
the motion. Hearing of testimony
will start Monday morning.
The Jurymen who have been on duty
during the present term of the cir
cuit court here have established a repu
tation for leniency, only one case of
conviction having resulted from an un
usually large criminal docket. Three
men pleaded guilty, four were acquit
i? BV ""c taB LU,al 01 ln arry
"nnlc""' Jarged with larceny, the
ted ana in one case that of the Harry
Jury disagreed. This week Wiley
Williams and Arthur Serr were bote
acquitted of statutory offenses, the
latter by an instructed verdict at the
request of the district attorney.
Grocers Urge Boycott.
Lo Angeles, Aug. 15. Boycotts of
certain foodstuffs were being urged
here today as the result of price in
creases due to the European situation.
Many wholesale grocers are reported
to have urged such a method of com
bating high prices, and several wom
en's clubs will discuss the suggestion
at early meetings.
The federal investigation into food
price increases continued today with
many witnesses subpenaed.
In addition to a sharp sugar increase
yesterday, lima beans jumped 35 cents
per 100 "pounds and corn, wheat and
barley registered a heavy advance.
French Liner Sails From Havre.
AnnouncemenC of the sailing of the
big French line steamer La France
for this country was received this
morning by Frank N. Gilbert In a
cable from his son, Wellington Gilbert.-
La France had been held up at
Havre since the outbreak of hostilities
with all her passengers aboard.
BETTES TEAK LEUOHADS
Eorsford's Acid Phosphate
Try a spoonful in a glass of cold water with
sugar. Refreshing and Invigorating. Try It.
( AdT. )
Petroleum and natural gas have
been discovered in a third region In
Hungary since the first discoveries
five years ago.
Write for particulars of coupon plan.
Remington Typewriter Co
86 8BOABWAT. POBTAJn. OS.
Oregon Humane Society
67 Grand Ave. W between Coucn and
Bavls. Phones Bast 1433, B-25XO.
OPEB SAT ASS KXQBT.
Report all cases of cruelty to this
office. Lethal chamoer for. small anU
tnals. Horse ambulance for sick or
disabled animals at a nroment'a notice.
First & Oak Streets
PROMISE MADE POLES
BY CZAR IS EXPECTED
TO KEEP ALLEGIANCE
Autonomy and Freedom in
Religion and Language If
They Support Russia.
FIRST RESERVES READY
Changes in Belgian Situation Expected
When the Muscovites Begin Invasion
of Eastern German Borderland.
(United Press Leased Wire.)
St. Petersburg, Aug 16. Russians
were counting today on becoming an
important factor very shortly In the
The war office seemed to realize that
to the world the mobilization of the
czar's troops mast have seemed slow,
but it Was explained that this was un
avoidable, the country's extent being so
vast that it was necessary to bring
the soldiers great distances to the
Actual army movements were kept
secret, but it was announced that the
first line of reserves was ready for
service and that an enormous force was
operating in Austria in the Styr valley.
This column, the war office stated,
was well on its way to Lemberg, capl
tal of the Austrian province of Gal
It was denied that the Germans had
occupied Russian Poland and admit
ted that the Poles had been promised
autonomy and freedom in the maflers
of religion and language if they stood
by Russia in the pending struggle.
The opinion was expressed that they
could be counted on.
Confirmation was given of a report
that a shot had brought down a Ger
man military aeroplane which was
scouting over Suwalkl and that four
German officers were killed.
As soon aa the czar begins throwing
his forces across Germany's eastern
frontier, it was declared a change will
be seen in the situation in Belgium,
since It will be absolutely necessary
for kaiser to weaken himself there to
resist the Russian Invasion.
COMPLETION OF GREAT
(Continued From Page One.)
business clubs. Addresses defining the
Importance of the Panama canal as
commerce artery to Portland, the Co
lumbia basin and the northwest, were
made by Joseph N. Teal, director of the
United States Chamber of Commerce,
and H. B. Miller, former consul gen
eral to Yokohama.
Anoon First Vessel.
According to Information received
this morning, the Ancon, a vessel in
the service of the United States engi
neers, was the first to enter the canal
to pass through.
W. B. Mackay, chairman of the Fan
ama Canal day celebration committee,
spoke with cordial appreciation of the
service rendered, in connection with
the day's program, by the fire and po
lice bands. Their music was of fine
quality and given gladly without
charge of any kind.
SENDS MESSAGE TO
PORTS OF COLUMBIA
Astoria, Or., Aug. 15. The follow
ing telegram was received this morn
ing by the Port of Columbia Commer-
W. H. BUNDY
Positively the Last Time
NEXT SUNDAY, AUG. 16
3 P. M.
Lecture, "Pastor Russell's
Teachings Examined," delivered
by W. H. Bundy of the New
York Temple of "Creation,"
who is a making special trip
here for this exhibition. .Choic
est of motion pictures and very
best musical selections.
No Admission Charge
' No Collection Taken
I n ,". i
A toilet preparation of merit.
- VjT - Helps to eradtotrtadactdrstZ.
tJir For Rastorinff Color and
BMirty to Gray or Faded Hair.
I S! 63c and tl-00 at Troinpgta.
CCHWAB PRINTING CO
Stag. 5- STARK STREET!
cial club, from ex-President Theodore
"I am exceedingly glad to conirratu-
iate your body and the -people of Ore
gon and the people of the Pacific
coast generally on the success of your
great enterprise. I was only too glad
to be of some small service In aiding
it while I was president. Hearty good
The official opening of the Panama
canal to the passage of vessels of all
nations was formally celebrated by the
citizens of Astoria and the lower Col
umbia river today under the auspices
of the Port of Columbia Commercial
club. Every mill, factory, cannery,
steamboat, tugboat and vessel In Asto
ria and the Columbia harbor blew Its
whistle for hailf an hour and every
bell in the city rang out a greeting
beginning at 10 a. m. The government
forts at the mouth of the Columbia
fired a salute. One hundred pounds
of red fire will be burned at 9 p. m.
on Coxcomb hill, the) highest point In
Astoria, signalling for a radius of 60
miles around Astoria, and far out to
Music and a parade, followed by or
atory, marked the morning exercises. A
pole, marked In feet from 1 to 40, was
erected in front of the speaker's stand.
It was surmounted by the decorations
used at the launching of the battleship
Nebraska in Seattle harbor, October 8,
1905, at Moran Bros, shipyard, of
which Mr. Clark was superintendent at
Mr. Clark is now engaged as super
intendent of the building of Astoria's
municipal docks and seawall at a total
cost of 12,000,000.
Boseborg Has the Spirit.
Roseburg, Or., Aug. 16. Believing
that the Panama canal will materially
aid in Roseburg's future prosperity
and development, in that Roseburg
soon will have a railroad connecting
this city with a Pacific coast harbor,
the residents of Roseburg today cel
ebrated the official opening of the ca
nal. Thousands of people with noise
making instruments were gathu-ed on
the main streets and these, together
with bells and whistles, announced the
canal's official opening.
Oregon City Ts Happy.
Oregon City, Or., Aug. 15. Whistles
blew, bells rang and everybody cheered
in Oregon City this morning at 11
o'clock to celebrate the opening of the
Suffer Great Loss
Of 60O0 in Battle of Baelen Only 1000
Are Reported to Hare Emerged Allv
Antwerp Aug. 16. Stories were pub
lished here today of the frightful
loses the German Uhlans, the kaiser's
finest cavalry, have sustained since
they invaded Belgium. Of 5000 of
them who took part In the battle of
Haelen it was declared only 1000 es
caped alive and unhurt.
It was stated also that the German
autoguns were proving ineffective, be
ing so heavy that they were constantly
becoming mired, in many cases neces
sitating their abandonment.
Foreigner Killed by Sentry.
Montreal, Aug. 15. An unidentified
foreigner approached a drill hall here
yesterday afternoon and threatened to
shoot the sentry. The sentry fired,
wounding the man In the abdomen, and
he died on the way to the hospital.
of Retailers Boycott
"Just As Goods" .
JiHERE is no place in
their stores for "some
thing just as good," an
nounces a prominent drug
firm, operating a number
of stores on the Pacific
coast. Read what they say
in a letter to manufactur
"For some time manu
facturers have resorted to
conspicuous advertising to
warn tffe public against
the practices of those
firms which offer 'some
thing just as good' when
standard products are
called for. We wish you
to know we are in perfect
sympathy with these man
factufers, and we hope
the time is not far distant
when a -firm making a
false statement regarding
another's product will be
subject to the extreme
penalty for libel.
(name furnished upon re
quest) operating twenty
retail stores on the Pacif
ic Coast, instructs its
salespeople to sell without
adverse comment any pro
prietary article called for.
This policy means that we
Five manufacturers un
hampered opportunity for
the sale of their products.'
"Get What You Ask For"
National Anti-Substitution League, Philadelphia
Aa a Nourishing Tonic, Try
The food value of barley-malt, the tonic of
Oregon hops, and its effervescence make it
a delightful beverage. It contains Z
per cent to 4 per cent of alcohol.
-' Ask your dealer or phone A-1172, Main 72.
Henry Weinhard Brewery
SVEDEN GETS READY
TO HEPEL A POSSIBLE
ATTACK BY GERMANY
Helsingborg Will Be in Dan
ger if Kaiser's Fleet Is
Driven Into Baltic,
STRONG STRATEGIC POINT
Denmark Xs in Position to Be More
Tfeslly Xnraded by X.and; Change In
Friendship Basalt of th Wax.
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Helsingborg, Sweden. Aug. 16.
Sweden is holding a strong military
force In this vicinity and has heavily
strengthened its shore defenses in
daily anticipation of war dwevelop-
ments which will make the possession
of Helsingborg a matter of strategic
importance to Germany.
The point is the narrowest in the
sound connecting the North and Baltic
seas, and Swedish military and naval
authorities are convinced the Germans
will want to seise It, with Elsinore, on
the Danish side, and perhaps a short
strip of coast in either direction, the
moment it becomes necessary for the
kaiser's fleet tosseek refuge In the
Baltic from the British war fleet, an
event which is deemed certain sooner
The Swedes, though of course they
could not hold out long In a single
handed struggle with Germany, are
reasonably sure they could resist a
landing successfully and believe they
have nothing worse to fear than a
bombardment by the German battle
ships, which they consider their forti
fications strong enough to withstand.
Denmark, which can be invaded by
land and whose defenses might thus
easily be attacked from the rear, was
thought to occupy a much mora pre
A curious development of the war
has been that Russia, of. which the
Swedes have long stood in deadly ter
ror, now figures aa their friend, since,
being Great Britain's ally, it Is as
much to the cxar's interest to keep
all waterways between the North and
Baltic seas open as It may become
Germany's to close them.
Crisis Over, Says Wilson.
Washington. Aug. 15. President
Wilson told Morgan and other visitors
that he believed the crisis was over,
so far as America was concerned. He
said, from the spirit of common effort
in a great national cause will come
something Worth while in the future.
The present situation, he said, was
giving the world a lesson of America
helping herself besides the rest of the
Awaits Regular Election.
Washington, Aug. 16. President
Wilson, it was learned authoritatively,
has decided not to recognize the con
stitutionalist government of Mexico
until a regular election is held. It
was also stated that the constitution-
HIS progressive firm
believes in the "New
Business Freedom" "Get
What You Ask For." They
practice it in their stores
every day in the year.
'J'HEY know that giving '
the public the articles
asked for inspires confi
dence. Public confidence
is the rock upon which
they have built their busi
ness structure. A sure
foundation, one which even
an earthquake could not
IJIHERE are other firms
who believe in the
"New Business Freedom."
Every city has them. You'll
find them in this city.
YouH know them because
they will always give you
what you ask for. Send
us their names on a postal.
We would like to know
allsts must grant certain reforms.
The administration here, it was an
nounced, has been advised of the trans
fer of the federal government to the
constitutionalists. When the new Mex
ican government is finally recognised,
a new American ambassador will be
sent to Mexico City. John Lamb, of
Indiana, has been mentioned for the
Berlin Quiet, Says Statement.
Washington, Aug, 16. American Am
bassador Gerard has cabled the state
department that the American Associa
tion of Trade and Commerce of Berlin
had issued the following statement:
"We would request the American
press and the United States in general
to be careful In giving credence to war
reports circulated in America concern
ing conditions In Germany.
"Berlin is perfectly quiet and food
prices are normal"
Cotton Also Goes Up,
Albany, Or., Aug. 16. Embroidery
cotton, 'which Is made in France, has
advanced In price, due to the European
war, according to local merchants,
from 6 to 10 cents a spool. Some mer
chants have bought heavily, fearing
that there will be a scarcity of the
produot. Several consignments ar
rived in the city yesterday from Port
BERGER BROS. O'BRYON. GEO. E.
W$3ar?e63?9ndA-m7tin Attorney at Law
JlroundFloor Bjwax Main 2B7. B0m -1-
BRUERE, GUSTAVE. E.M.D. OCCIDENTAL LIFE INS. CO.
Marshall 851, A-246I. 10th Floor. C. Cunningham, Manager
. rLrL-u,x-L-.a--u-.T,I Marahall 1 7S, -UJ-LJrnJjt?r?
BUELL, W. B. OREGON CIVIC LEAGUE
Loans and Insurance ,..
Main 3976. Room 0S. Mata 8-
CHAMBERLAIN. Dr. Chas. T. OREGON ENGRAVING CO.
Marshall WXt-Sit. 10th Floor. M"h "
DALLAS DEVELOPMENT E. W. ORTMANN
CO., FEDERAL TRUST CO. Manufacturers' Agent
Mason Wlttenberr. Manager. Railway Supplies
Maraha.ll 800. Ar 1 01 f. Room 814 Main 7446. 11th Floor.
DAVIS, JAMES N. PHIPPS & EUBANKS
Lawyer Attorneys at Law
Main 8T48. u -J Marshall 800, .A-10jl. fioom 314
DAVIS. C. H. Jr. PLAYGROUND & RECREA-
Timber Lands TION ASS'N OF AMERICA
Main 7446. 11th Floor. Main 2889. Room 809.
nTTrAW w w QUARTETTE AUTOMOBILE
DUGAN. W. W. SIGNAL SALES CO.
Attorney A. P. Fuller. Mgr.
Main 5748. Hoorn801 - -. ?"-? ?y
DUTHIE-STRAHAN ft CO. FiVeInsuSnS
Public Accountants Oregon Fire Relief Ass'n.
Main .6786. Room 709. Majn 37S. A-8y76. Room 805.
FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY REYNOLDS. MISS NANCY
J. N. Elliott. Manager J11"? Christian Scientist
Main 4835. . Room 818. 1432' Room 813.
FOX. IRVIN R. REYNOLDS. JOS. V.
Optometrist Christian Scientist
Main 523, Aj-1371 Ro)m,-?1A --3- Rootn 81 r
GRIM. J. O. M. D. SEUFERT. T. J.
Boom ,04. Ma!n hopper Co.
HEALY. JOSEPH M. SKINNER. IDA B.
Real Estate Christian Scientist
yaln 198 Rooni 301. J! - - - - - Rg.m841
HUNTER, DR. FRED R. STERNBERG. DR. J. D.
Main 678. Room 800. Physician and Sureeon
Main 623, A -1371. Room 918.
INTERSTATE STONE CO. ' TROMMALD. DR. G. T.
CW.TwtSE uJ11 .01
Main 89 89. Room 601 JiPj?-- -, -, t -- - - RooTn ,;1r
KELSEY. FRANK C UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Civil Engineer Extension Dept.
Marshall 6507. Room 801. f-JSA- Room 809,
) LYTLE. E. E. WALTERS. LOUISE E.
Real Estate Christian Scientist
Marshall Mit Room BOT. JjgJ1 - - - , - -, - Room
MAHLSTEDT MULTICOLOR WARREN CONSTRUCTION
James B. Welch. CO- Contractors
District Sales Asent Main 5788. A-8244. 7th Floor.
Main 4216. - , . -, Rofm-8)- -i.a-i.-in---L.-i-i.i-.
MONTGOMERY. DR. J. H, Westbreok St Westbrook
Physician and Surgeon Attorneys at Law
Main 623. AjKl. Room 918. ahiJ007 ; Room 307.
MYERS. DR. K. S. WHITESIDE. DR. GEO. S.
Osteopath Physician and Surgeon
Marshall 1375. -A0?" -M-1-" u13An n. n. -l - - Room (T.
NELSON. ABRAHAM WOERNER. PAUL
Jfaln l?Jy-n - , -, - Re-?A Main 62 3: A-1371. Room 91 8.
NELSON. DR. J. EMIL Wright-Blodgett Co.. Ltd.
Dentist Timber Lands
Main 8290. Boon M 7. Main .7445. 11th Floor.
Steamer Chartered ;
For the Refugees,
Eighteen Hundred Win Sell Prom
Prance Bext Tuesday on the Boca
unseats and 400 the Beat Bay.
Paris, Aug. 16. That United 8Utes
Ambassador Herrick had chartered the
steamship Rocbambeau to take Ameri
can refugees home was announced to
day. It was stated that the Roc ham
beau would sail August 18 with 1800
Americans on board and that 400 other
Americans would sail August 19 on the -steamship
The French liners La France and .
Chicago had already sailed with 2000
citizens of the United States as pas-
Many Americans from Bwitseriand
were registering at their embassy to
day. They mads the Journey to Paris -In
Passenger service to New York via
Panama canal. SS. "Honolulun." Sails
from San Francisco Aug. 23. Rate
$160 per person. American-Hawaiian
Steamship Co., 270 Stark street. Port- '
Use common sense buy Superior
coal. 16 ton. Main 164; A-1641. Adv.