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OLCOn RAN ILL IN
BAILIWICK OF ENEMY
Count Shows He Carried Gov-
' ernor Withycombe's Home
Precinct by 64 to 57 Vote,
WAS SUCCESSFUL IN BEND
noon. The dividend Jurt declared totals '
J220A.67. Pome property remain to
be sold and the amount of the next
dividend depends upon what It brings.
Dividends of 60 and 20 per cent had
been declared previous to the one
Cannot Lease Site.
Salem. Or, May 23. The state fish
and game commission cannot lease a
site for a general merchandise store
on the fish reservation at Bonneville,
to liall & Jem 1 son. Cascade Locks, or j
anyone else. Attorney General Brown
aald in an opinion Monday.
ERAL C. F. BEEBE
0 BE GRAND MARSHA
Svery Precinct In the City Went for
? Olcott Despite Private Secretary
Salem, Or., .'.ay 23. Secretary of
State Olcott carried his own precinct
and 19 of the 20 precincts of Salem
tor renominatlon. Olcott's own precinct
Is the former home of his opponent,
Charles Ii. Moores, and the present
residence of relatives of Moores who
were actively interested In Moores'
nomination. Olcott's vote was 149 to
136 In the precinct.
the home of Qeorge Palmer Putnam,
secretary of Governor Wlthycombe.
Putnam interested himself actively In
behalf of Moores and used his news
paper at Bend as a weapon against
Word came from Corvallls that Ol
cott had also carried Governor Withy
combe's home precinct there by a vote
or 84 to 57.
Articles of Incorporation.
Salem, Or, May 23. The following
articles of incorporation were l'Uel
with Corporation Commissioner Schul
derman Monday: Howard Cattle com
pany, $32,000, Oliver W. Frank and
Ida M. Howard and Eva Arthur, Lake
View; Sheridan-WHlamina Telephone
company, $5000, J. F. Daugherty, G. A.
McCulloeh and M. W. Potter, Sheri
dan. Articles of dissolution were filed
by the Valley Contracting & Building
company, of Portland.
Berliners Are Now
Prussia to Have Absolute Dictatorship
Over the Satire Umpire la the Han
dling and Distribution of rood.
Rotterdam, May 23. (I. N. S.) The
new German plan of food distribution
by the government means absolute
dictatorship from Prussia over the
whole empire. "
There is strong opposition in the
other federal states, but this will be
borne down. The federal states will
have nothing to say as the institution
and constitution of the new authority
1e entirely In the hands of the im-
j perial chancellor.
Hitherto the various states have re-
OF PREPAREDNESS DAY
Mammoth Parade Will Be
Viewed by City and State
Officials June' 3.
cago committee asking all towns and
cities In the United States to parade
for preparedness on June 3.
Chicago to March.
Chicago, May 23. (U. P.) Chicago's
preparedness day parade movement
swelled to huge proportions with the
announcement at parade headquarters
that processions will be held in hun
dreds of western ana miaaie western
cities qji June 3, the date of the Chi
cago pageant. Word wu received that
demonstrations were being planned for
the following cities:
Milwaukee, St. Louis, Cleveland, Des
Moines, Grand Rapids and Joliet It
was also declared that there would be
parades on the Pacific coast. In San
Francisco. Los Angeles and Portland.
Oregon City Man Named.
tT.?r.rJ..'- ' J 1 talned to themselves the administra
AAUiiuc j ui vs cku Vvi t wan aiuui i.cu
A member of the state board of phar
macy to succeed Dr. Leon H. Haskins
tlon of foodstuffs within their borders
as a closely cherished constitutional
right. They are now asked to give
Bank Dividend Declared.
Salem, or. May 23. A dividend or
four per cent has been declared for
the creditors of the First National
bank of Philomath, State Bank Super
intendent .Sargent said Mor.daj iftr-
At present some of the other states
are much better off in regard to food
than Prussia. In the meantime In
Berlin things are going from bad to
worse. Fresh meat has been almost
unobtainable, and for some days the
capital has been without any sausages.
General Charles F. Beebe was ehosen
last night as grand marshal of the
mammoth preparedness parade to be
held In Portland, and simultaneously
In scores of other cities throughout
the United States, on Saturday, June 3.
The reviewing officers will be Mayor
Albee and the city commissioners. Gov
ernor Wlthycombe and staff. General
T. M. Anderson and Brigadier General
James Jackson, representing - the
United States navy yet to be selected.
It is probable that cruisers of the Pa
cific fleet will be In Portland harbor
for the Rose Festival at the time and
the senior officer will be requested to
serve. The parade will start at 7
o'clock in the evening.
Invitation to Be Issued.
It was decided by the committee,
which met in Judge Gantenbeln's
court room, to invite participation by
outside towns through the medium of
the newspapers, the Idea being to make
as strong a showing as possible in
favor of preparedness for national de
fense. Any outside organizations de
siring to Join in the parade are re
quested to communicate with Grand
Marshal Beebe, addressing him at 612
Will Urge Participation.
Roy W. Kesl, department commander
of the Spanish war veterans, was
named chairman of a committee which
will urge participation by all fraternal
and civic organizations of the city. Ad
jutant General White was delegated to
look after the militia. Colonel H. G!
Cabell and Jacob Kanzler are to inter
est the business institutions and big
employers of Portland. Rooert Krohn
will take care of the schools' end.
Mayor Albee yesterday telegraphed
his consent that his name bi signed to
the general call belnf issued by a Chl-
Motor Boats Enrolled.
New Tork, May 23. (I. N. S.)
Plans for assembling and enrolling the
motor boats of those advocates of pre
paredness who desire to study naval
warfare under the tutelege of Uncle
Sam's sea fighters, were announced
following a meeting of the committee
4n charge at the Harvard club.
The boats will be Inspected by naval
officers and a week's training will be
arranged in connection with the At
lantic feet maneuvers in August.
Los Angeles Bets Date.
Los Angeles, May 23. (P. N. &)
Mayor Sebastian announced today, that
the Los Angeles preparedness parade
may be held on the evening of June 10
Instead of during the day. Under this
arrangement the demonstration would
be in a great degree electrical.
WILLIAM O.MARREN ON
TRIAL" AT PENDLETON
FOR PHILLIP'S DEATH
Spokane Boy Shot in Room
of Defendant, Where He
Had Gone to Get a Drink.
o I 1
from motorists all up and down the Coast
state that Zerolene, an oil made from
asphalt-base crude, gives best lubrica
tion with least carbon. This merely sup
ports the testimony of famous
Lieut Bryan, a U. S. government ex
pert, reported to the American Society
ofNavalEngineers: "Oils made from
the asphalt-base crudes have shown
themselves to be much better adap
ted to motor cylinders, as far as
their carbon-forming proclivities are
concerned, than are paraf fine-base
Exposition juries at San Francisco and San
Diego gave highest competitive awards to
the Standard Oil for Motor Cars
Zerolene is scientifically refined from selected
California crude asphalt-base by methods
especially developed by the Standard Oil Com
pany after 40 years experience in the refining of high-grade
Zerolene is not ortly made from the right crude, but made right.
Next time you empty the crank-case refill with Zerolene.
Dealers everywhere and at our
With Decoration Day fust Seven Days
Ayoay, this Store of Good Clothes for Men
and Young Men Is Ready. Ready With
At $15, $20, $25 and Up
Ready with new Spring Hats ready with the
latest styles in shirts, in neckwear, in hosiery
in everything necessary to the Decoration Day
Phegley & Cavender
At the Sign of the Cherry Tree
- Corner Fourth and Alder Streets
In A I
U yd w
Wednesday's' Special 25c Hot Lunch
Chicken Noodle Soup Meat Pie or Veal Stew or Deviled C rab Potatoes Relish Bread, -
Western Fuel Men
' Denied Behearings
Only TU&ff Which Cam Sara Convicted
Officials How Is Reversal by Su
preme Court of United States.
San Francisco, May 23. (P. N. S.)
The United States circuit court of ap
peals has denied a petition for a re
hearing in behalf of the convicted of
ficials of the Western Fuel company.
Only an appeal to the United States
supreme court can save the Officials
The convicted men. and their sen
James B. Smith, vice president and
general manager, IS months in San
Quentin and $5000 fine.
Frank C. Mills, superintendent, 18
months in San Quentin.
Edward H. Mayer, chief weigher,
one year county jail.
They were convicted of defrauding
the government of customs duties by
falsely weighing coaL
Patrick Harmon, Pedestrian, Wins
S5000 by Beaching Now York City
HaU From San Francisco in 239 Days
New Tork. May 23. (I. N. S.) Pat
rick Harmon, pedestrian, backed up to
the city hall yesterday. He had walked
backwards ail the way across the con
tinent from San Francisco. The trip
was made in 239 days, 21 days less
than the period allotted for the feat.
The hiker was accompanied by W. A.
Baltazor, who walked the regular way
to see that Harmon did not "fudge" on
In order to see his way Harmon had
a mirror strapped to him. Last Au
gust two clubmen in San Francisco laid
a bet of $20,000. One claimed that a
man could walk to New York back
wards, the other that he could not.
Harmon was picked for the trip and
todayvon $5000 of the wager by beat
ing the time limit.
Over Price of Eoad
Majority Want to Bid In Western Pa
cific at $15,000,000 While Others
Mold Out for $40,000,000.
San Francisco, May 23. (U. P.)
Federal Judge Dooling Monday began
hearing the motion for a decree of
sale in the Western Pacific foreclosure
proceedings. Cooling replaced Judge
Van Fleet, who withdrew voluntarily.
Judge Dooling must decide whether a
price should be eet for the property
and what' it shall be.
Majority bondholders claim the price
should be $15,000,000, while the min
ority bondholders want it fixed at $40
000,000. It is expected the proceedings
will last two days.
The majority bondholders want to
buy in the road at a low figure If pos
sible. Testimony regarding the road's
value will be given by Joseph H.
Young, president oS the Norfolk and
Western railroad, summoned from the
east for that purpose.
Pendleton, Or.. May 23. The trial of
William O. "Whitey" Marren for sec
ond degree murder In connection with
the death of Wendell Phillips several
months ago, was begun Monday and will
probably be completed today. Phil
lips, a younjj man from Spokane, was I
shot through the leg early on the
morning of January 31 In Marren's
room and died two days later.
In the room at the time were Marren
and Dee Matlock. Phillips, before dy
ing, made a statement' In which he de
clared Marren and he had Quarreled,
that Marren had secured a gun ' and
pointed it at his throat, that he had
grabbed the gun and forced the barrel
down Just as be fired. This, his broth
er testified to Monday. Testimony of
a woman rooming next door was that
Marren had been threatening for some
time to shoot Phillips before the shot
was fired. Phillips had gone to the
room to get a drink, it was testified,
and the quarrel had promptly ensued.
The defense Is claiming that the shoot
ing was entirely accidental.
To insure the owner of a private
shaving- cup kept in a barber shop
that ha is Its only user there has been
Invented a paper cap to cover it.
which cannot be removed without
breaking a seal.
Butter, Rolls Tea, Coffee, Milk, Buttermilk or Chocolate.
'Merchandise cJ Mecit Only"
Phones Marshall 5000, Home H-2222
Bridal Veils j
Of fine pilncess lacs In five
different patterns. .?
That Are Regular
f 19.50 to $50.00
More Marines Go to
Santo Domingo City
Gunboat Panther En Route From Cape
Haitian With lighting' Ken and At
tlllery, According; to Caperton.
Washington, May 23. (I. N. S.)
Admiral Caperton cabled the navy de
partment Monday that additional ma
rines and artillery were en route to
Santo Domingo city today from' Cape
HaitieR on the gunboat Tanther. Two
thousand American marines will be
stationed at Santo Domingo when
those en route on the Panther arrive.
LET 'ER SCREAM
roaa xnssTOtrs sisoRsrss
Take Horsf ord s Add Phosphate
For Insomnia, mental exhaustion and lassi
tude the best tonic for nerrea and stomach. Ad
TODAY'S BEAUTY HINT
It Is not necessary to shampoo quite
so frequently if yours hair is properly
cleansed 'each time by use of a really
good shampoo. The easiest to use and
quickest Crying shampoo that we can
recommend to our readers may b pre
pared very cheaply by dissolving a tea-
spoonful of can thro x. obtained from
your druggist, in a cup of hot water.
This rubbed Into the scalp create a
thick lather, soothing and cooling In
its action, as well as beneficial
to scalp and hair., After rinsing, the
scalp is fresh and clean, while the
hair dries quickly and evenly, develop
ing a bright luster and a soft fluffl
ness that makes it seem very heavy.
FOSTXiAiro'S &AXOEST AX I)
Today ana All Week.
"The Belle of Sew Tork"
A Superfeature of Heart Throbs and
New Wonderful Reductions
Smartest Trimmed Millinery
$5 and $6 Trimmed Hats
t J Trimmed hats in smart close fitting styles, me-
, l uium snapes wuu narrow uruua auu swun
Wednesday I n:nc, larp-r hats. In black and colors trimmed
with flowers and ribbons
The Most Drastic Reductions of the Season on
Hats to $16.S0 Hats to $9.50
At $9.50 At $4.95
.All the most fashionable millinerv modes are offered in this sale. There
are large shapes, small shapes, medium size shapes. Made of choice straws
with silk, satin or crepe combinations, showing a wealth of beautiful trimmings.
50 Pieces of 75c Imported Pongee 49c Yd
An excellent quality of a heavy weight that is suitable for dresses, suits,
skirts, coats and for children's wear. In the natural color. From 33 to 34
TEE STTWSHnTE GXB&
In Chapter 2 of "Oloria'i Romance"
Special Motion pictures of May
Festival on Multnomah Field,
For Sports For Golf
For Street Wear
These New White
Are Exceptional at
The fine, velvet finished
golfine is exceptional, and
the tailoring the equal to
that found only in higher priced mod
els. These skirts are made very flar
ing, finished with belt and pockets, but
On the Fourth Floor
We Will Offer
That Sold to S25
For Misses and
S uits of fine
serges and gabar
dines, and shepherd
checks. In midnight
blue, navy blue, Co
penhagen or green.
There are smart
loose flaring styles
and belted models,
representing the lat
est modes for mid
OH YOU SEaXAX, woxx
Go to -ny dental office In Port
land, get their prices and advice
and then come to me and learn my
prices and what I can
do for you. Examina
tion free. I give my
r& al l work.
DR H. P. NTCWTOI
Gold Crowns.... 8.60
Gold Fillings.... 1.00
Bridge Work ..60
Painless Extract'n .50
886 Wash. 8U Bet. 4th and 6th.
Chamoisette Gloves for
All StylesAll Priced
Harrison Reindeer, best for wear SI. 25
Kayger Chamosilk, white, natural $1.25
Fownes' Duplex GloTes, white only SI. 00
Superior Chamoisettes, heayy weights 75c
Slip-on Auto Chamoisettes 89 C
Natural Chamoisette, 2-clasp 69c
Kayser white Chamoisette, 2-clasp 59c
Elbow length fine Chamoisettes SI .00
Graduation Dress Nets
72-inch Wash Blonde Nets ei nA
Very Smart and Very Scarce . .Jpl.uO
An unusual quality at this price which
is far less than these nets can be bought
for now, if they are to be had.
Complete line of 72-inch nets, which
can be had in cream, white, pink, flesh
and ecru. Very special assort-
merit at $1.00
'Where You Spend the Least and Get the Most For It"
Odds and Ends and Mill Ends
Spring Wash Goods .
V3 to 2 Less Regular
Over 3000 remnants and mill ends in thi9 sale, left from a busy sea
son's selling all desirable, most wanted weaves, from the staple ging
hams to the novelty crepes and voiles. All new 1916 merchandise,
clean and up-to-date materials for houser and street dresses, kimonos,
separate skirts, suits, children s dresses, boys wash suits and
Lengths Range Ftom lli to 8 Yards
Additional salespeople for this sale. No remnants exchanged or returned.
Centralis, Wash., May 23. A com
mittee of the Women's Civic' club will
work with the Commercial club in
making a success of the local Fourth
of July celebration.'
Walla Walla Getting Ready.
Walla Walla, Wash.. May 23. Walla
Walla's annual Fourth of July cele
bration will cost $1400 according to
the budget prepared at a general meet
ing of committees yesterday. Of this
amount $1250 already ha been pledged.
Walla Walla's Chautauqua will be here
the week of July Fourth.
South Bend to Celebrate.
South Bend, Wash., May 23. South
Bend business men have raised $300
and pledged $300 more for a July
Fourth celebration here. Th Mer
chants' association will furnish the
money, and the volunteer fire depart
ment will arrange a two-day celebration.
BOX OFFICE XTOW OKEX.
Get your seats for the opera "Fra
Diavoio. tireat performance by Fort
land Opera association. Baker theatre
Thursday night. May 25. Saturday
matinee, aiay a i. popular prices. ,
10 of Portland
That the patrons of the
Northwestern National Bank
total almost one tenth of the pop
ulation of the city is evidence of
the rapid and substantial growth
of this institution. We consider
this a splendid indorsement of fa
cilities and services.
Emery Olmitead, V. P. tt Kct
Lloyd L. Mailt, vice-Res.
Wilfrid P. Jones, Tice-Pres.
Edgar H. Senteoiea. Cashier
TT x PITT OCX, President
' . . Fortlana
Oeo. VT. Eeyt, Ass't Cashier
C. Deteriag, Ass't. Cashier
Roy H. B. JleUon, Ass't Cashier
O. L. Pries, Ass't. te President
The Yamhffl Public Mar- v
the low prices those who
present this ad when making purchases of 50c or
orer at any one stsU -wiH get 10. extra S. & H.
Green Trading Stamps FREE besides regular
CORNER SECOND AND YAMHILL STREETS
We Give the Regular Stamps :