The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, May 04, 1916, Page 8, Image 8

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losing; of the 'Op'en. Door"
Is' Proposed by the Two
"Contracting Countries,
Ivaataff Xs Sainf Takan of SUnatlon
Craatsa by World War, Bays
Faking- Dispatch.
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b:r.y : . TT ' A.
Feiini May 4. (I. N. 8.) Closln
f th "opea door" In China and prep-,
"lions by which Japan and Russia
slit dominate the Chinese empire arei
rotflded for In a new treaty between'
tpab and Russia, which Iff On the eve
t being closed.
Mail artvices received here from
"okld. Indicate' that Japan and Russia
ie taltlnc advantage of the situation
read by the world war and are plan
ins; to aettl tbe fate of China with
it reference to other powers.
The chief, articles of the treaty,
Htca It Is understood here may al-
ady have been signed, are reported to
-these:' '
First Russia Is to rede to Japan
hat portion of the Chinese Eastern
ftUway from a point southward of
farbin, Manchuria, to Chan Chung.
. Second- While the war lasts Japan
vlll 'Supply rtusHln with arms and
tthef supplies so far as is rotnpatable
vlth-'th defense of the country and
'span's roainifafturiint capacity.
Third Russia will give liberal treat
nfnt to those Japanese who live and
ngage In agricultural, commercial or
ndustrlal pursuits In eastern Siberia,
lorthern Baghnllen and the territory
'(longtnn to the Chinese Kastern rail
far.ln Manchuria.
Kourth Russia wfjl maintain Vlad
voatock as a commercial port and
halt not carry out further military
'reparation which might be regarded
is Inimical to the Interest of Japan.
Fifth -Japan nml Kusxia shall re
pec t each other's Interests in Man
liurta and Mongolia and If there is
my disturbance within the Russian
phere of Influence during the present
var, Japan, If requested, will rivo Rus
ila aaalstance for Its suppression,
i Sixth In the erent of Japan taking
lecessary action against Cnlna for
guaranteeing' peace based on the prln
iplea of territorial integrity and equal
ipportunity, Russia shall recognize the
iroprlety of Japan's actions, and If a
hlrd power offers- obstructions to
apan and the latter finds it necessary
o take action against that power. Rus
la, if requested by Japan, shall take
oncerted action, with Japan In de
ens of Japan's claims.
Will Amend.Petition
For Mandamus Writ
Attorney tot Eaaipmant tmt Com
pany is waatara ra&fto Frocaad
. tars 1 Oats roraisslon Ttom. Court.
'-gan- Francisco. May 4. XK P.)
Jared How, attorney yfOr the- Equip
ment Trust company In tha Western
Pacific proceedings, has obtained
from the United State a circuit court
of appeala permission to , amend tha
petition, tor the"wnt of manda,mus
again at Judfee Williartf 'C: Van Fleet,
so aa to Include tha Judge'a oral opin
ion, holding- that he was not disquali
fied because of preiudiecto ait in tbe
natter. Judge Van Fleet is scheduled
to ahow-cause next Saturday why b
should not be disqualified. - -
Suggestion Made by Governor
; WithycorrTbe Will Affect
Boys 10 to 12 Years Old.
Wtoscb, Jt 25,009-,- Par-Max ' Anto '.Load
lng - Equipment company, Portland,
Miss -5,-, M. - Parker, Ralph S. ' Maxwell
and Charles F. Lord, 110,000; Mora Co
operative Warehouse company, Moro,
W. 8. Powell' and others, $3000. Tna
Joler Lumber company, Eugene, filed
articles of dissolution.
Wardsn aflnto Will Use Prison Labor
, In tbe X decoration of Walla of
Structures; Gray Za Color.
oiirt Is Defied by
; San Francisco Man
Committee Will Be Appointed
to Present Matter to the
Chamber of Cpmmerce.
Preliminary ateps towards the or
ganisation of a lumber and marine
bureau of the Chamber of. Commerce
were taken at a meeting. of lumbermen
Salem, Or.. May 4. The state board
of . control Wednesday afternoon aa-
thnricAA WT1n Htlntn . nt tha mt t A
ingf and walls and crey will be the
color. The warden will uae prison la
bor on the Job.
Following a suggestion from Gover
nor Withycdmbe, Superintendent Hale,
of the state industrial school for boys,
will install a system of school gardens
for the boys between the ages of 10 and
13 years, of which there are about 25
hi the Institution.
ChJckenpox baa -caused some incon
venience in the state Industrial" school
for girls but none was seriously ill, ac
cording to a report filed by Matron
Hopkins.. The matron- reported the
largest population since the school was
held last nla-ht in the Or con bulldine Opened, 46 being incarcerated. The
It was decided that a committee con-iT1
statin? of two loggers, two timber own
ers, two manufacturers and two lum
ber brokers, should act with the navi
gation committee of the chamber in
working out details of - plan of or
ganization for presentation to the
chamber directorate.
The proposed organization would
gather Information regarding ship
ping and shipbuilding and prospective
romber sales and would work In every
way possible to foster the- Interests
of the lumber find timber Industry.
Would Serre aa
Question Is Answered.
Salem, Or., May 4. The rotation of
names on primary ballot applies to the
number printed for ejiah county and
not for each precinct, says Attorney
General Brown. An inquiry came to
Secretary of State Olcott from Harney
Contests Laborer's Will.
Los Angeles, CaL, May 4. (P. N. S.)
Charging undue influence "by cor
respondence," Stephen A. French,
brother of William B. French, an aged
track greaser who waa recently left
a fortune of $200,000 and who died be
fore he had the opportunity of enjoy
ing it, has filed a contest to the
will in which his brother left the en
tire fortune to relatives of hla deal
When wrltins or eiWns on advertisers nteaae
mention Tba Journal. tAav.
3ugane Corrifan, Brick Manufacturer,
;, Takes Children to Taooma In St
' fiance, of Order by Judge Oraham.
San Francisco, May 4. (P. N. S.) '
Eugene Corrlgan, president of the
Stockton Enamel Brick company, who
eft the state two weeks ago with his
two children in defiance of an order
iroro -Superior Judge Graham direct
ing him to give the children into ths
custody of his wife, Mrs. Emma May
Corrlgan,1 has voluntarily surren
dered himself to the court. . The case
was continued until tomorrow morning.
- Corrlgan said he had taken the
children to Taooma and left them with
their aunt. He said that If his wife
would go to Tacoma and Join them he
would support her.
' Mra. Corrlgan is suing her husband
for divorce.
".v'.-li m
Hood River Valley
Qets Another Train
Hood River, Or.. May 4.The Mount
Hood Railroad company has adopted
a new passenger service scheduled bo
tween Hood River and Parkdale, a dis.
tance of 23 miles, that will be covered
by the company's new 30-passenger
motor car installed for passenger serv
ice exclusively. The car will leave
Parkdale at 7:45 a. m., arrtTlng at Hood
Rlrer at 9 a. m.; leaving Hood River
at 4:80 p. m., arriving at Parkdale at
(:4.p. in.
Skirts Failed to Mask.
Los Angeles, Cal., Way 4. (U, P.)
Deputies of the sheriffs office here
today, were hunting two? -men. dressed
as women, who attempted to inveigle
nocturnal motorists to flirt wit'i
them, with the Idea of holdinar them
up. Their first attempt failed. Later
the pair were reported to ha-e at
tempted to atop motorists at the point
of pistols, after having rolled their
skirts above their knees.
It would serve aa an exchange and
meeting place for those engaged in
the Industry. At present tini the
chamber has no lumber bureau, the
men who would naturally comprise it
being scattered among the various
bureaus, yet lurilbering is by far the
greatest single Industry in the state.
A part of last night's meeting was
the demonstration by U R. Alderman
of the plans for the much advocated
one story school building of wood con
struction. 11. E. Pennell of the St. Johns Lum
ber company, was chairman.
Xdst of Those Present,
Those present were:
J. L.. Jackson, Douglas Fir Lumber
Ben II. Hazen. Douglas Fir Lumber
Dr. E. H. Pierce.
J. Fred Larson, Chamber of Com
merce. W. D. B. Dobson,' Chamber of Com
merce. Jay S, Hamilton, Great Western
Lumber company.
John II. Burgard, West Oregon Lum
ber company.
G. B. Hegardt, Portland Dock commission.
H. K. Pennell, Bt Johns Lumber
Ueorge M. Cornwall, The Timber-
L. R. Alderman. Portland Publio
Samuel Connell. Sam Connell Lum
ber company.
H. C. Clair, Clarke County Timber
John S. Bradley, Bradley Logging
John Pearson, Western-Timber com
J. j. uracnen. sneriaan Lumber com
pany, Sheridan, Or
J. B. Laber, wells Leber Lumber
J. H. Haak, Oregon Logging ft Tim
ber company.
r. u. Phillips, Oregon Lumber com
pany. N. J. Sykcs. C. K. Speulding Logging
O. H. Schwerdmahn, Oregon Box &
Mnnufacturlng '-onipany.
G. B. McLeod, Hammond Lumber
('; K. Haak. Pigeon 3prings Logging
G. M. Duncan, Duncan Lumber com
pany. H. E. Noble, Portland Lumber com
pany. T. J. Seufert, Coast Range Lumber
J. Al Pattison. J. Al Pattlson Lum
ber company.
L. A. Wiley. Montavilla school.
E. R. Blair, Bridal Veil Lumbering
F, S Belcher, Valley & fillets Rail
way, Portland.
parole of two girls was authorized. .
Wants Better "Printing.
Salem, Or., May 4. Governor Withy
oombe declared himself in favor of
spending more money on the printing
of' the measures' pamphlet this year
than two years ago and getting a bet
ter Job at a meeting of the state print
ing board Wednesday afternoon.
Cherry Fair to Be Discussed.
Salem, Or., May 4NA mass meeting
of the people of Salem has been called
for Friday evening at the Commercial
clul5 to dlscuss the cherry fair and
agree upon dates. The meeting was
called by Benjamin Brick.
New Companies Incorporate.
Salem, Or., May 4. New incorpora
tions filed articles as follows Wednes
day afternoon with Commissioner
Schulderman: Oregon Salvage & Mer
cantile company, Portland, Harry
Simon, Roscue C. Nelson and Sidney
5u Jl I'srl
J?s U
v 4, if i
Schmidt Appeal Put Over.
Los Angeles, May 4 (P. N. 8.) By
ailpulation the appeal of M. A.
richmidt, once convicted of murder'in
connection with the Times dynamiting
case, has been put over until October.
Strawberries Ripe Already.
Cottage Grove, Or.. May 4. Several
Cottage Grove berry growers already
have had ripe strawberries on their
'I used to ask for 'any good
nickel car" admits Friend
No. 40,007 of Omaha, Neb.
But now I know better. I
want real flavor in my cigars. :
So now I ask f or.TOM Keene
and get ' the only xigaV with
that Presado Blend."
i Distributors, Portland, Orejroa .
(The Prima Donna)
SPRING FLOWERS the enterprising
distributors for the Largest PlanD
Factories In the World are celebrating
meir Anniversary upening with a
Grand Concert at the Orpheum The
atre, Broadway at Yamhill, Friday
evening May 5th, st 8 o'clock. Madam
Luci Valalre, Soloist, Arthur von Jes
sen. Pianist. Tickets to be secured at
111 Fourth St. up to 6 o'clock Friday
evening, thereafter at the Orpheum
Theatre box office.
8:15 Friday Evening.
Chromatic Fantasie .Bach
Nocturne, Op. 1 Nu 1.; Impromptu,
Op. 29; Etude Op. 25. Nu. 7: Etude.
Op. 10. Nu. 11 Chopin
Larghetto from Concerto Od. 21
Chopin-Von Jessen
Tarantella Chopin
Arthur von Jessen.
Aria from Opera "Le Cid." "Pleures
mes yeux'1 Massenet
Madame Lucie valalre.
(Miss Claire Oakes at the pianol.
Gavotte Sapellnikoff
"Confession. "Cantnene, Tocoata.
Von Jessen
'On the Wings of Song"
Liszt (Mendelssohn)
"Sping Night" Lisst (Schumann)
Arthur von Jessen.
Kar-rnment" MacDermid
"June" Lulu J. Downing
"Roses In Rain" Lawrence Zenda
Madame Lucie valalre.
"Fn)ilni!chwink." Carnival Jests
from Vienna . . Schumann
(Carnival Hcenes-Romanaa. Scherxino
Intermezzo. Finale);
Arthur von Jessen.
Stager Piano Used.
The Schwan Piano Co. is the one
piano store that does not charge inter
est when selling pianos on the easiest
of easy terms. It is not connected in
any way with any other Piano House
whatsoever, claims of competitors to
the contrary are absolutely false, no
matter how flattering they may seem
The Schwan Piano Co. asserts that it
has no connection of any sort with any
other Piano Store in this city.
ootjto vr
owing- to Increase in; price of raw
material of all kinds used in the build
ing of pianos and this, therefore, is
the logical time to buy thejiew piano,
especially since (to induce you to buy
now) this enterprising firm arranges
to give 2tt years' time for payment of
its pianos without the usual 8 interest
charged by all other ! piano dealers.
Also, the Schwan Piano Co. agrees to
take your piano, organ or talking ma
chine aa first payment, This, there
fore, does not require ready cash and
most anyone can afford to pay $1 or
$2 weekly or S mentally, without In
terest (not IS and . 12.17 the first
month, but simply $ monthly), it is
these unusual inducements that have
produced the large volume of piano
sales, amounting to hundreds of thou
sands of dollars sold by the Schwan
Piano Co-lli 4th St. j at Washington,
during th past year, ! It Is this large
volume of, sales that makes the pres
ent Maintained Factory Prices (of, for
instance, 1325, 191i model at 1245.
terms of payment IB cash, $1.21 Week
ly without interest) possible, . ,
Cottage Grove Has , t.
Wilson Booster Club
Meahers Wearing; -Safety rirst" Bat
tons and Intention Is to Keep Or
ganisation Alive During Campaign.
Cottage Grove, Or May 4. A
Woodrow Wilson club has been or
ganised here. George 0. Knowles is
president and E. A. Qleasort secretary.
The members are proauinently display
ing the Woodrow Wilson "Safety
First" buttons and the intention is
to keep up a live organization during
tha campaign.
Carbolic Acid Barns Woman's Face.
Cottage Grove, Or.,. May . Mrs. C.
E. Frost, wife of Dr. C. E. Frost, is
recovering' from carbolic add burns
on her face and there will be but
slight, if any disfiguration from what
might have proved a serious accident.
She was assisting her husband with
an operation when the carbolic acid
was splashed in her face.
Births Outnumber Deaths.
Cottage Grove, Or.. May -4. Births
outnumber deaths mors than three to
one, according to the vital statistics
report of Health. Officer ?Og1eeby for
tne month of April. There -were? It
births and only three deatha.
McAdoo Asked About
Income TaxlEvasiong
Waahlngton. May 4, TJ. P.)8ec
re tar y McAdoo is directed to furnish'
congress with a statement showing
whether 1320,000,000 is being annually
withheld from the treasury by Income
tax frauds and evasions, in a resolu-
tion offered in the house by Repre
sentative Keating of Colorado.
McAdoo la asked why he has not
recommended to the president that all
income tax returns be made public in
order that fraud may be checked. Keat
ing said he based his resolution on the
charges made by Basil M. Manly, chief
Investigator of tbe industrial relations
Manly, in a published statement, de
clared that more than $400,000,000
should be "received annually instead of
the 180,000.000 actually collected.
mm i
If You Bring the Coupon
80 EXTXA 80
Bring this .coupon
and get 20 extra
8. ft H. Trading
Stamps o n your
first SI cash pur
chase and double
(tamps on the bal
ance of purchase, flood on
first three floors. Friday,
and Saturday, May 6, 6.
Open a monthly charge account with us today; nse our complete phone and delivery
service 'twill sava you money on every purchase.
( -J
'( Order by Telephone
Japalac Finishes
Chinamel Varnishes
O-Cedar Polish
Flaxoap Cleaner
Sponges and Chamois
Dusters and Dust Cloths
Paint and Varnish Brushes
The Universal 4-heat grill for quick summer meals is the ideal dining table stove. Cooks
above and below the heating coll at same time. Toasts, fries, boils, broils at a minimum
cost. Guaranteed for 5 years. Price 86. OO
Hotpoint Ovenette to fit above grill enables you also to roast and bake. Price $3.60 after
May 10th. Get one today at -S2.50
Lawn Grass Seeds
Morse's Lawn Mixtures, pound -..-254
White Clover, per carton ?S'
Australian Rye Grass, for shady places, pound -2sJ
Roselawn Fertilizer. 10 lb. pails 50c
"WOOD-LAB" FOTTHTAXir PEKS best for stu
dent's use
$1.60 self-filling, lever type .--S1.27
$1.25 regular type, screw cap 98et
lar, self-filling and safety types, 82. 5Q to 27.
60c Nail Files 38e
76c Scissors 3c
$1.00 Alarm Clocks 89
New and complete line of "Bubberset" Shaving
Brushes 25e to 8T.OO
Homeopathic POfson Oak Tablets internal remedy
and preventive 25 and 50
Homeopathic Grlndelia Compound, local applica
tion, for poison, oak- 0?
EOc-Pinex 3
60c Murine Eye Remedy 34c
$1.00 Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 9
60c Mulsified Cocoanut Oil 36
60c Putnam Dry Cleaner 39
$1.00 Sal Hepatica 79e
25c French's Vegetable Pills, 3 for 5c
$1.00 Liquid Arvon 79
50c Formaldehyde v 39c
25c Spieits Camphor
25c Esse'nce Pepsin 19
25c Tincture Green Soap 19
15c Lime Water 11
35c Napthallne or Moth Balls 27
10c Cascara Bark 7
25c Oil Cedar 19
50c Lablache Face Powder 3
60c Carmen Face Powder 37d
25c Colgate's Dental Ribbon ..20
60c Sempre Giovlne v. 39t
6 bars Ivory Soap -
6 bars Falrv Soap 2f
6 bars Lifebuoy Soap 2rt
6 bars Wool Soap 25i
fi bars Vernon Glycerine Soap JS5
10c Milled Glycerine Soap, 4 for 25
25c bar Floating Castile Soap 18
10- Lister's Antiseptic Soap, 3 for lft
$2.00 Dr. Cooper's Sanitary Douche, special .81,49
Bathltij; Caps in all "Olors and styles 25 up
60c Frank's Kar Stoppers to keep the water out
of ears 354
Better Light Better Sight
In the
home or
at work. Insist on getting
Mazdas, wmcn give steaay
light at two-thirds less cost than the eld style globe.
Per carton of 6. home size J. 81.35
Did You Get Your Electric Iron?
We still have a limited number of the "Dover" guar-aneed-for-all-time
irons. Complete with Inverting
stand for using Iron as a stove. Regular $$.60 value.
Special i. S2.89
pound 5 4
v, delicious, pound
for the kiddles, pound
Jumbo Jelly Beans, pound 16
Candy Plum puaaing. new.
1.1 rwinnri . ........
Lovet Brlttles.
14 pound ot
RIlev's Toffee, the summer favorite, pound ...40e
(These specials put up in 10c packages No delays
for the busy man or woman.)
Our candles are better cane BUgar, fruit flavors,
Hershey's chocolate and ao our business grows.
15 Saved
On Auto
So effective is
"Pyrene," the
new fire extin
guisher, that
Insurance com
panies reduce
auto rate 15
on every ' car
equipped with
one. Equally
efficient in the
Home. Non-poisonous
and ab
solutely harm
less to any
thing except
Price $7.00
Double stamp on all ko
dak finishing.
Double quick service J
Double satisfaction to
those who want ax
pert hand service.
"Ansco" films.
3. B. X..
s "taWss' ' t '
We Are Agents
f II?
MA83HALL 470Q -POME A am
fafefe- .
q DEFINITE Service
that does 41 DEFINITE things
does them REGULARLY
over a period of SIX months
without a dollar's charge
That is
It is the OiLrY Service in existence
today that isdesignedto PROTECT
your car and also teach you how
to take care of ii by making 41 dis
tinct and agreed upon inspections,
oilings and adjustments, regularly
on stated days for SIX months. It
is not a promise not a device that
sounds like service not one of those
offhand invitations to "drop in at any
tunebut a DEFINITE "Service
that we INSIST on your getting
that insures 100 more, pleasure
in the use of your car, not to men
tion vastly decreased maintenance
costs. Come in and let us prove it
Phone Broadway 616 ' Park and Davis Streets
" - Local Studebaker Distributors
Between Alder and Morrison
Great Shakeup Sale
Prices Tumbled and Shattered -
Extra Special Offerings
Friday and Saturday
Men's heavy Work Shirts.
all colors and sizes; 50c
Men's heavy knit Work Socks,
C regular 10c values, only, per
Men's Athletic and open
mesh Union Suits, 75c
values, per suit
Up to $1.50 Corsets, such as R. & G., Royal
Worcester, etc Discontin
ued lines, not all sites,
Very fine 75c Corset Cov
ers, lace or embroidery
trimmed, at
Children's cloth Outing and
Play Hats, for boys or
isr only
Ladies' sleeveless gauze
Vests, taped neck and arm
holes; square, round yoke
Boys' mesh or Balbriggan
Union Suits, short sleeve
and knee length
Children's black ribbed cot
ton Hose, all sizes; good
10c value, only
if Size 2x3 feet Rag Rugs,
MJjp assorted patterns; a 75c
value for
wai- For short lengths Gingham, Per
l)f cales, Lawns, etc, 72C
BBneSBBBW pbsbbbbw
n, Per- paf
61 , for plain Chambray, Ging
hams, regular 10c value. . .
sti for- a special assortment of
II TlJnf Madras Cloth, Batiste, etc;
ii V wvjuet to 19c, at . .....
IP Extra splencKd bleached "fl f
OC Turkish Towel, size 21x42 JL OC
2P Men's Balbriggan or Mesri
AT Shirts or Drawers, all sizes
up to 46 a garment. . . .
Men's Sport Shirts, the sea
son's newest styles and pat
terns, only
9f Laclies' $1.50 MiddyTV Q
f&p Blouses, white and colors, MQp
long or short sleeves KJ
Children's black and
white check Coats,
sizes 2 to 6 years. ..
I-O Ladies' black Satine Ging
hMP hamt and Ripplette Petti-
58 c
ni f- Ladies' fine ribbed Cotton
A Union Suito, low neck, J A
sleeveless, knee length..
Open Saturday Evening