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SENATE PASSES GOOD
ROADS BILL: PROVIDES
Monty Spent in Forest Re
serves Is to Be Returned
From Timber Sales fund,
' 'Washington. May R. -(WASHINGTON
BL'RKAK OF THi: .IMLRNAI..)---The
(rood roail-t Mil. with I lie Wal'n
amtndnifnl, whk pa.isel I U: senate
today. It 'arrlPJi an rip;i opri.i lion of
$1,000,000 yearly for ro.uls In forest
reserves on the Man of rflinburm
mnt from 10 per --1 t of tlinluT sales,
thus rtvari'-ini; iiiniifv ihe 10 per
cent fuvid from timber miles now le
VOted to roads.
.'The netiate mil naturally Hiipplants
Various bills Introduced for national
forest roads, Including th McArthur
measure for a connect in if roadway
around Mount Hood. It follows the
general plan of the Taylor bill In the
k House. Its fate depends on tlfie con-
fere nee to be held on the Kood roails
: Must Be Explained
Collector of Internal Sevenua at San
I .. rrancisco says uiuitni miin? uov-
. enunent Returns Must File Seasons.
I '-Kan Krancjsco, ( Hi . Mj :i i I . I i
m4 H t iT.enn u hn llHltil the fcro ve If m pn t
statement a showinR a d.ru-iiye in in
come during the past three H i s vv.ll
have to supplement them with itemized
explanations, according to J. .1. Scott,
United States collector of Internal rev
enue here today. All found guilty of
having misrepresented their incomes
Will be prosecuted, he says.
En Route to Capital
Commissioner Reported to Have Ac
cused Federal Jndg-e of Encouraging;
Strikers to Demand Flat Wage Scale.
Seward. Alaska. May 9. (P. N. S.)
Commissioners Moffit, Squires and Da
vles. members of the arbitration board
appointed to settle the recent strike
of employes of the Alaskan engineering
commission, left Seward late Saturday
for Seattle, en route to Washington,
Moffit and Judge Fred M. Brown, of
the United States district court, are
reported to have clashed at Anchorage
JiiKf before the commission left, when
Moffit iiccued Judge Brown of en
couraging the strikers to Insist upon a
flat wage scale of 60 cents an hour for
Laborers here declare that Moffit.
after encouraging the men to form a
union taking in members of all trades
outside the I'nited States railroad
force, refused to deal with a committee
from that union because it Included
men not in the employ of the railroad.
Mexican Officer Is
Sentenced to Death
Jose Ortls, Second in Command at
Chihuahua City, Charged With Plot
to Uberate Tllllsta Commanders.
Chihuahua City, Mexico. May .Y -- ( I.
N, S.i ( By courier to Kl Paso, Texas,
.May n. .l.,te ! z. .P'f'e de. las hi'
mas of the garrison here, and second
in command to J-uie Gutierrez, mili
tary commander, is under death sen
tence, lie is barged with instigat
ing a conspiracy to liberate Pablo I.o
pc, Villista comnianfier, who ordered
the execution of :S Americans at San
Ortiz was fortierlv a Villisla and
was k anted amnesty by the Carranza
;S- In Spring Football
'' Universit y of ash ingtoii. May '.'
,Tho men turning out for spr.rig fooi
1 ball practice are getting more than
they expected. For the first time
Since Gilmoi e Iiohie has hern coaching
at Washington lie Is putting his men
through scrimmage in spiing prac
tice. , tobie ban another new platl.in
for the men turning on- In th- form
Of a bucking machine. t Js largj
enough to accommodate 11 men at
the same time. The bucker is made
Of wood and weighs close to ;"iO)
pounds. It is mounted on rollers ami
-the men charge II and are remiiied
to push H back about lo feet at a
.:. There are still about fo men turning
OUt for the spring workout which will
last about three weeks longer.
In former years the men only had
practice in kicking, passing and re
ceiving forward pusses.
Ballard Ball Team
!i On Disabled Launch
i Seattle. Wash. May ft.--(P. X. s ..
Carrying the members of the Mallard
i baseball team and a large list of pa.i
seng;ers, the launch Volante. disabled
(in the storm which raged over the
northwest Sunday, was picked ut) early
i today after she had drifted helplessly
lH the grip of the storm for hours, l'as
iaengers from the Volante were brought
ItO Seattle this afternoon by the steam
jShip Itosalie whicli sighted the help-
Police Raid Steamer
But Find No Liquor
Carlos Is Searched at Aberdeen Follow
ing: Complaints That It Was Bringing-
Intoxicants From California.
Alerdeen. Wish.. Mac I'.putv
sherifts . 1 1 1 Aberdeen lolice raided
the steamer C;, rlos Sunday in a
seatcii for liquor but t'alieil to find
an illegal quantitv aboard, although
every possible hiding place, was
Snow Falls Near lerle'n.
Abeideen. Was:i., May :t.--Snow fell
Sumliy m tin- casl and west ends of
(tie county. Th-ire was ;i continued
fall in the vicinity of Lake Quinault
and llumptulipst while there was a
light fall in the b inity of Klma. In
the immediate harbor region there was
a light fall of sleet.
MRS. SUSAN M'NOLIY
CAME ACROSS PLAINS
. TO PORTLAND IN 1853
Widow of Late Captain John
McNulty, Navigator, Dies
After Long Illness,
Man Wellown in )MDS 0F BFJM
Timber Circles Deadi
mm BY WILSUN,
SAYS COL M.A.MILLER
Francis F. Trent, Connected Wit J
Cruising Operations, Expires 8ud-;
denly From Heart Failure. j
Francis P. Trent. who died from ,
heart failure at the home of his sister,
Mrs. Mary Kvans, 312 Third street.
Saturday, was 40 years of age and '
was born and raised in Vancouver. ;
Wash. For the past seven years he !
has made his home in this city with
Mr. Trent van known in connection
with timber cruises in western Wash
ington and Oregon, and had many
friends in Aberdeen, Tacoma and else
where along the coast. He Is survived
by a brother, William Trent, and three
sisters, Mrs. Kvans and Mrs. Eliza
beth Miller of Portland and Mis.
Si-rah Haines of Seattle. An uncle is
j Patrick Trent of Brooklyn, N. Y.
I Funeral services were held at St.
Lawrence church. Third and Sherman
streets, this morning at 'J o'clock.
and the funeral win sian jiuh.
Skewes' chapel at Third and Clay
stieets. where the body now is held.
Interment was in St. Mary's cemetery.
Medford to Hear Address
Before the Wilson League
Mrs. Susan Mc.ull.v
Private Refuses to
Obey Orders, Killed
Member of Twenty-fourth Infantry
Shot Dead y Superior Officer on
Whom He Drew a Revolver.
Columbus, N. M.. May 9. if. TM
Private Albeit Goodwin of the Twenty
fourth infantry has been shot dead by
a sergeant "somewhere m Mexho" be
cause he refused to obey orders and
drew a revolver on bis superior of
ficer, it was learned today when the
body arrived here. He was shot five
tunes. Goodwin had been arrested
previously and held by a court martial.
0.-C. Case Is Sent
To Supreme Court
V. 8. Appellate Court Decline to Hear
Arguments In I.and Orant Matter on
Appeal From Portland Court.
San Francisco, May 9. (P. X. S.)
The I'nited States circuit court of
.appeals yesterday refused to hear arru-
m mi 1 1 In t l-i a -i m . i. ! I f Cia Hrnenn Ar.
Large Audience Gathers at 'California ran road against the united
stales ana oraerea me matter trans
ferred to the United States supreme
The appeal is from the interpreta
tion Judge C. E. Wolverton, of the
district court of Oregon, gave a man
date of the supreme court. He heid
that the railroad company had only
$:' 50 per acre right in 2.300.000 acres
of land granted the railroad by the
government in ISfi'i to aid the road's
Judge Wolverton has forbidden the
company from disposing of any of
the timber on the land except In con
junction with tue land, thus giving
the company $J.e0 per nore for land
arid timber. The railroad company
Halms the right to sell the timber
and not the land, and claims that
this is the Intention of the United
States supreme court In Its decision,
when It held that the railroad did not
have to give up the unsold land, but
must refrain from disposing of It
until congress shall provide some
manner of disposition.
The government claims that the'
timber is more valuable than the
Santa Fe Physician Dies.
Ios Angeles, May 9. P. N. t5. -
I ,r ; J am a graduate ana
i ll.n.uil h .-C.I
Elbert Wing, for many years consult- nd surgeon. 1 g'.v
ing physician for the Santa Fe railway, i you first class medl
is dead here today after an il.nes. of
several months. Hp was Ho years' old. faX the ugUBl feea
Dr. Wing was at one time a p;. fessor of firm R&lla sn
Jin the Chicago Medic;, I college. , House Calls. . J1.0J
, Confinement Cases,
" 1 lor 10
Two Drowned at Long Beach.
Lonp Bta ii, Caf. .May !. U'. P.
S l Handle and Clvde Truitt, em
ployes of the I -os Anse'-es HredginK
! company, were drow ned in channel A oi i
Mrs. Susan ,.og P.ach ilarbor today when a rub- j JhOVt ShQWS milK
Medford, Or., May 9. The lar;e au
ditorium was well filled last night to
hear Colonel Milton A. Miller, collec
tor of the Port of Portland, T. H.
Crawford and Dr. .1. W. Morrow, the
latter candidates for the Democratic
national convention, discuss national
issues. Wilson speakers were re
ceived with much enthusiasm.
"Under the wise and sane leader
ship of President Wilson," said Colo
re Miller, "reforms have been Insti
tuted which the people have demanded
lor two decades and more and for
which heretofore they have appealed
in vain. This nntion never had a
president whose ideals were higher
I or who was actuated by hirher im
I pulses than Wood row Wilson. None
had deeper conception of American I
nationalism or a more conscientious
regard for the sacred rights of hu-
I rranity. That has been his Euidincr
I star in the conduct of affairs at home
j and abroad. He lias placed clearly
I before the American people as no
president since Lincoln has done,
j their duties and responsibilities as
j cit izens."
j Closing his forcible peroration m
I discussing Wilson, Colonel Miller said.
' God grant him strength to succeed
I in his high purpose and give him
j the solaco of a united people be
This was the first public meeting
held by a Woodrow .. Uson league
in southern Oregon and was voted a
i great success.
It's Easy to Peel Off
All Your Freckies
The contrast between the fre. kle '
and the clear skin usually- is so treat i
that no bleach can he more than pai-!
tially successful in oblit erat m- tnedis-l
f igurements. Ordinary mercofizid ax'
Is far better; it literally peels off the!
freckles. Get an oun e of u .u u,
ntarest drug store and tonitiM ptc id !
op enough to completely nun won
face. remoe in the m .. 'witb
warm water. Uepeat daily until'
every freckle has disappeared
Rough, blotchy, pimpled " sk in. also
common at this season, max ,i.
tirely gotten rid of by tins sum,,
method, without discomfort or in. on
venien. e. The effort is de idedlv
worth whil", the new complexion ob
tained being so cleat, smooth and
If bothered with wrinkles, but hp the
face in a lotion made hy dissolving an
ounce of powdered saxolite in h half
pint of w itch hazel. Tills is t lie nioM
effective and quickest-acting wrinkle
tieatment known lAdv.i
SB. XT. CXtACDB
716 Dekum Building
Sd and Washington
Hours 10 a. m. to'
p. m. Sunday j.
12 to 2 (. m.
OFFICE FHOJTB. MA IK 88TB.
RESIDENCE PH.. BELLWOOD 2344
The Dalles, or.. May
MrXultv who di-d at hp.- home in tlii:ler sleeve coiinectim: two pieces
,tv Sunday at 1 lie ae of ears. dredger pipe blew off and they were
was the widow ',' the laie Captain
.John McN'ulC . who -yas one of the j
coitbzoek sax Ul JTja
ON TOim DMTAL work
Go to .Jiy dental oltice In "ort
land. get their prices and advice
and then come to me and learn tny
prices and what I can
do for you. Examina
tion free. 1 give tny
personal attention lu
DR H. F. NEWTON.
Gold Crowns.... 3.60
Gold Fillings .0J
Bridge Work ..50
Patnless Extract'n .60
286 U Wasb. St., Bet. 4th 'and 6th.
hurled into the channel by a deluge or
mud and water from the pipe.
Deposits Increase !
dfst ri vp) liicn in thU
se t ion of t h"
One of the most hotly contested
Indoor baseball games was played on
lthe Y. M. C. A. floor last niht be
jtween the team of ihp Mohawk club
i'and the Wyandotte Hible i lu i, whicn
ended in favor of the Mohawks by a
core of 11 to lo. Il:lrry Shank and
Arthur Reckwitn starred for Wyaii
- jdfltte. Walter S.indo u ist and Dean Van
a "Zandt were rcMpon.siide for lh. b torv
j Of the Mohaw Us.
I Hood River, or. Mav ! Tiic Hood
1 lllver ball team played at Wliite
Salmon Sunday and were defeated by
1 the score of 7 to 4. This team, gener-
ally known as the downtown team.
wiu piay me Heights team here on
the heights next Sunday.
.:: Clatskanle. Or.. May P c;atskanle
Met defeat at the hands of th Cathla
met team Sunday. S o in flu tu
nings.' The game was called in the
fifth stanza on account of .he ram.
SBatteries were Clatskanle. Bryant.
Wan and Newton: Cathlamet
qulst and Kricktion.
Driver Assumes Blnme.
A new automobile belonging to
Mason Khrman - Co.. and driven by
.1. K. Gaines, was badly damaged in n
collision with Dr. H. C. Iianlel's
machine at L'nion avenue and Fast
pelmont streets Sunday opening.
The collision was due to slippery
streets. Gaines took blame for the
collision, stating he was not uesd to
handling the machine. The fronl of
the car was stove in and a wheel was
smashed. Dr. Daniel's car was not
Photographer Sued for $7.5.000.
l,os Angeles. i'al.. May I P. N. : .)
Judge laft today oerruleil 4i de
murrer in the i aso of Kred llartsooK.
I. os Angeles and San Francisco pho
tographer. y ho is beini; sued for $7.'..
0110 by Miss Da Verne Hurton. 17. a
high school ;;irl. for using her picture
as tli.it of a motion picture star. The
photograph wa. used in a San Fran
cisco newspaper, a cording lo the
Kninier Park's Flowers Kvcel.
San Francisco. May !.-( P. X. S. )
That the natural flowe- gardens of
Mount Rainier national park sur
pass in beauty of color, number of
species and luxuriance of growth
those in any other mountain region of
the world, is a statement made hy .1.
I!. Flett. m a pamphlet entitled "Fea
tures of the Flora of Mount Rainier
National Park.'' recently issued by the
department of the interior.
slate Captain McNulty was one of
the best known men in the early days
of the northwest, and ft;is, perhap.
the most skillful navigator ,,n the
upper Columbia and SnRke risers. He
was one of the nio--t pe luresipie and
interesting ehniatteis of the early
Mrs. .McNu.lv hail p" i'.l eer'
weeks. The funeral was held this
afternoon Mrs At Nully ci usserl the
plains by o 1 ca :u m ls'iil and settled
in Portland She leaves three daugh
ters and one son iiiamrly : Mrs Mary
A llalfpapp of I. a Grande. Louisa D.,
Henry J., and Marguerite X. McNulty
o' this city. Miss Kmma llalfpapp.
Ernie. I. Halfpapp. Edwin 1.. llalf
papp and Mrs A. Edwards of Port
land, are grandchildren.
The Rrazilian government has de
creed that products offered for sale as
butter must ooi.tar.ii at least SO per
cent of butter fat anil not more than hi
per cent of acid cor tent.
Jury Finds Woman's
Death Was Accident ;
Saiem. Or. May !. --According to a
chart prepared by State Hank Super
intendent Sargent, deposits in state
and national banks'of Oregon have
reased from JS5, nun find p,
127.000.OoO in int;. The nuinl
banks in the state increased from ;i i
I .os Angeles. May !. !' P. Po- to 261.
lice today discontinued the investiga- '
tion into' the deat'i of Mrs Catherine !
Claffcv. as the result of the coroners
verdict of accidental death by falling.
Mrs. .1 M. Kinney. sisUr of the dead
woman, testified that her sister lived
in continual fear that some one was
trying to break into her house, and al
ways kept doors and windows locked
when she was alone. The body of
Mrs. Claffey was discovered three
weeks after death, locked in the Claf
fcv home here. For a time it was
thought she might have been mur
dered. A top which rises into the air and
flies as it spins has been patented by
a ( 'hi'-ago inventor.
proves it 25c at all druggists.
New Arrivals jJ
Skouid H Mm
Firat iBdF 1
I Way to ?3S2
TT 1 O
ii i if m a a i intia
KATES 91 A SAT A YD W.
O. w. Ooruliu, Preeddamt. I
K. M, rietoher, kCa&arer. Ill
II rack and Aider, rorUaAd, Or. I
.:'X' " v
Walter H. Evans
Ballot No. 116
Primary May 19f 1916
( Pa id adv.)
IW. 11 Kvans. OSt; Multnomah ut.. City)
Says Woman's Beauty
Depends Upon Health
Attorney (General Tanner Kngagetl
Seattle. W ash.. May !t. .- p. N. S.l -The
engagement of Attorney Oeneral
V. Vaughn Tanner of ol nipia, to
Miss Ida Marie Taylor, of Seattle. Is
announced here. The wedding date
has not been fixed. Miss Taylor
is a former resident of Tacoma.
Health and Vigor Necessitate
Regulation of Organs
Skin foods and face creams and
powders cannot make a woman beau
t it fill, bcause beauty iies deeper than
that it depends on health. In most
cases the basis of health and the cans
of sickness an tie traced to the action
of the bowels.
The heada he. the lassitude, the sal
lew skin, and the lusterless eyes are
usually caused hy constipation. An
ideal remedy for women, and one that
is especially suited to their delicate
o'ganisms. is found in hr, Caldwell's
S rup pepsin, a mild laxative com
pound, pleasant lo the taste and free
from opiates and nan-otic drurs of
every description. Mrs. Oertrude loi -dan.
North I.ibertv St.. Indian
apolis. 1 tut . sax s "It is simply fine;
i have "c er been able to find any
thing to compate with Pr. Caldwell'-'
Sorup Pepsin. I started Using it for
the baby and now it is my family
standby in all casts where a laxative
lr. Caldwell's Si-rup Pepsin is sold
in drug stores for fifty tents a bottle;
Was Ulne MsUn
HSS. QEBTSTTDE JOBSAN
a trial bottle can be obtained, free of
charge, by writing to Ir. V. B. Cald
well, 4- Washington St., Monticello,
u Bonds to Meet dlrant.
''Seattle. Wash., May 0. (P. N. S.)
.Heavyweight boxing honors of the
'northwest have a chance to change
hands tonight, when Joe Bonds of Ta
coma risks his title In a fight with
Fred Grant, a gigantic gentleman from
Kansas. Next to the battle between
th big fellows interest centers in the
futht between L,eo Houck of Seattle and
Frankle Sullivan of Los Angelas. v;arl
Connors of Tacoma will meet Joe llar
rahan of Seattle in the scmi-windup
Killilay to Rejoin Oaks.
San Francisco. May y. il Pi
Although not officially announced, it
baa become known that .Manager
'Elliott of Oakland had signed "Hand
'inmt Jack" Ktllllay. vetera-n" Coast
league twirler. Killilay vlrtnaliv
twirled the Oaks Into a pennant in
-'1912, when he won eight Huccesslve
; games at the fag end of the season.
He Joined San Francisco in 1910, r(
. celved the "blue envelope" several
weeks after signtng his contract and
."then landed a berth with Salt r.ake.
"He was released by Cliff Blankenship
"before the 19 1 sjeason opened.
Bift Boost for Brewster.
' Loa Angeles. Ual.. May 9. U P.
j Jt Eddie Brewster, lightweight "phe-
nom" from the northwest, wins his
lour-round bout tonight with l,en Lau
i'der, local fans predict that he will have
' taken a long step toward the Joe Kiv
era and Freddie Welsh lightweight
t class. Brewster has cleaned up every
thing; thus far in this locality.
N SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Mien's Foot-Kane, the antltieptir powder to be
ihfkea Into the shoes and ued In the font
's 03. It relieves psmfiil. swollen, smartlug
test and Instautly takes tlie sting out of corns
ind ttnnlons. It's the greatest comfort ds-l-orery
rf the age. Allen's Kont-Kase la s eer
( relief for sweating, rallims and hot. tired,
kchlnf feet. Siol by Priipfrlsts eTerywhere,
ir. Always use It to Break in new shoes.
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Physically and Mentally, Burton was a ner
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his memory was poor, he lacked ambition; in
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"It is easy enough to understand why Irishmen should hate England, hut
it is not easy to understand why they should hate themselves, and all this Ger
man conspiracy into which the Sinn Fein and Clan-na-Gael victims have been
plunged can have no other effect than to injure the Irish and the cause of Irish
freedom. A man may be forgiven for being a traitor and a conspirator, but
he can never be forgiven for being a fool," are the words used by the rslew York
World in summing up the Irish revolt.
But while there are many American editors who deplore the Irish uprising
as senseless, there are others, including Irish-American editors, who extol it.
In THE LITERARY DIGEST for May 6th, American newspaper' opinion
of all shades upon the subject is presented in a feature article, and is well illus
trated. Other news-features of pressing interest are:
Can Britain Legally Maintain Her Interference With Our Trade
Showing the Consensus of American Newspaper Opinion Upon England's 13,000-Word
Answer to Our Protest Against Her Blockade
The Case for Carranza
Is Henry Ford's Candidacy a "Joke"?
China's Mysterious Revolution
The Fall of Trebizond
The High Cost of Gasoline
The Chemistry of Flower-Color
Back to the Vegetable Dye
A Modern Primitive in Art
Vision of a Prussianized England
Germany's Account With Islam
Good and Bad Armed Merchantmen
How Europe Regarded Our Submarine
Germany in Brazil
The Cause of Storms
America's Longest Tunnel
The Indian as a Farmer
Indicting the New York Magazines
Problems of the Country Church
An Unusual Collection of Fine Illustrations
We Need An Educated Citizenry
to influence our national policies at borne and
abroad voters who caji intelligently support or
condemn the stand of their officials, according
to its true merits. And here is a news-magazine
helping to develop a citizen body educated in
all our vital foreign and domestic affairs. THK
l.ITF.RARV DIG F.ST affords real education. It
report events and conditions just as they arc,
and just as they are viewed by ail different parties
It leaves no room for uncertainty, prejudice or mis
information. ".The Digest" gives all sides of eor
question so that the citizen who reads it mav I.'
fully informed and able to pass sane, unprejudh '
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