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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, . PORTLAND WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER. 8t .1918,
: Verdict ' - Against vMontaa
' Newspaper WomarLCai;rtcs
nnconsclotian.aa, at Which Chif Conn
I 'for the DenM MlMfaa erU4 t
Proeecntor Wheeler: t v. v .;
. "I : hop she's ? dead; ? youTI t h to
blame!, -i . , . " v. ,
.: Mtas Colby, was : restored to con
sciousness after' medical attention bad
been ittmmonly.f: -'v 7-3-
WAR RISK INSURANCE;
5 BUREAU'S EXTENSION; '
' IS URGED BY M'ADOO
W. ' lOoafMMWS rrwa P Om.) , .
hr - ,v ,
', -- t
- ; k Mls Fxllth Colby, r
; ' -,-,-. V V I
, Thompson Fall's, Wont, Do.
K. S.) Miss Edith Colby, newspapar
Woman, today was found i-uHty of
raurser In tha aecond decree for ehefot
Irig and klllinff A. C, Thomas, a poVttl
. clan, who aha allaffcd - lAsultad her.
Tha verdict carries a penalty of 10 to
li years Imprisonment..
Following- yesterday's 'session , of
tho trial, which - was, marked by
charf as and; countar charges o attor
ney for 1ba defense and prosecution,
, Miss Colby became 'hysterical,, burst
'" lnt6 wild laufhter and collapsed Into
continues after , tbe ,data of. expira
tion, the inability ' to trant war risk
lnsarance on . American - Teasels - and
cartoo la American vessels will seri
ously : injurs tha ; business and com
merce of the' country.
. Reserve lysiefla Zs Fraisad. ....
t Hlb tribute U paid to the value of
. M m a. -
ma : leaarat, rescrye system, ins report
saying our, great prosperity could not
exist without 1C- ; h ..
Under , the - .. ayatera created by
tha federal farm loan '-act say' the
report, farm credits,, tha. farmlnjr. In
dustry end the. fanner i will receive
inestimable beneflts.4 . . . i
!' Beferfbtr t to tth; pan-American tl"
nanctal Konfreaa la l17 Which meats
ia Washington, tha secretary says;
"I if cannot . overestimate v tha valua
of these conferences 4n brlntinr about
a better inderstandlns and promoting
Hn this practical manner friendly rela
tion and enlarflna; trade and com
merce with our southern eIbbors."
STareotla Act Vaa&s Chances.
There are aeveral serious defeots In
tha 'Harrison- narcotic law," which has
been- ia effect 1 monthn. In the opin
ion, of McAdoo, and there is urgent
need of remedial lealslatlon. A con
aTesstonal appropriation is. urged . for
repayment of fines paid by parties
oonvlcted under section ot the act.
which was' deprived of effectiveness
by. a decision of tha supreme, court.
Treatment by the government of per
sons addicted to the'oae of drurs is
. The . secretary recommends appro
priations 'for a vigorous scientific
study, of. infantjle paralyals ,by tha
publio health service as a preventive
of further epidemica. . ,
Separate Bnlldlsjr -xma ravored.
The secretary again, oppressed con
viction .that tha omnibus bill method
of construction of publto v buildings
pursued by tha government for the
past 15 years has resulted in the con
atructlon of many public buildings In
amatl towns and localities where their
need is pot . Justified by the cost and
Stomach S our.? Stop Indigestion,
Gas, Heartburn Papes Dlapepsin
. Don't suffer ! Regulate your
, ' UDiet itomach'in five '
MULTIl! COUNTY ;
OFRCrAL COUNT NOW
ANNOUNCED BY CLERK
Results of-Votes Cast for the
Va'rlousV Candidates Are
V Formally' Given Out, ' v
Official count of tha vote cast for
candidataa for county offices at tha re
cent . election was completed by the
county clerk yesterday, and is aa "fol
i . ' i Viit-r Jradra. 1 -
George M. McBrld ............ ..
George Taawell. W
Lea Arnett . . . IMS
George Menset . 4.01 4
A. A. MUCK i .w.
IL J. Ulshop .,...,... ..
Oonat v STherlf f . .
Thomas M. Hurlburt .(6.136
Georafe W. Jackson ... kt'. ....... . 1M
H. iZ Wallace . . . 1.066
' 1 - Coaatv derV.
iDinh W. Beverldre ........ 833
Marshall Dana ,.10,249
Edna Ju. Farney
t Ooxuatv Treasarer.
John M. Lewia v .
V, Cladek ......
Cmtt Bolioal Snnarlntendent.
W. C. Alder son IMll
3 f Mall 17.981
Harriet W. Roudebush' 6.32S
R. C. Bonser
John A. McQulnn
P. H. Dammasch
William F. Amos
Justice of the Peace, acultaoxnaa 91st.
B. F. Rollins 14
nnmmtmMm- HTnltunnali lMatrlct.
M. M. Squire , 1.M1
rvmctalila. vortlamA Slstrlot.
Mark W. Petersen 47,58"
A. H. Harms 21.304
Fortune Descends v . 'I
Oh Teller of Bank,
- Loa AngeleAiDec --P. N.,
8.) 4rroshed under a third of
m a million dollars in gold.' Austin
K. Elliott, a bank teller, was 4k
. today, suffering , from two .
tit mashed fingers and a aeverely 4
bruised ankle.- Elliott was re-
moving the money from one
..vault to another .when . tha . S
it truck overturned and he was al- f
4 most buried under - tha gold. J
FelixDiaz Has Been v
Found in Guatemala
Waehlnrten. Deo. 6. (X. N. S.)
Secretary of State Lansing announced
today that after a search of several
months, state department offlcals had
lOCaiea X eux iiu. nuicsa Kau-x.a.r-
ransa' leader. In Guatemala, where he
Is . oreparlng . to Invade Mexico and
begin, a new revolution. He was said
to have approximately 1000 men at
A wide search for Dias began last
aummer,' following reports that Bias
mrmm atlv auTtnlvlna- ntnriuil
Villa with. Supplies to resist General
Pershing's Torces in Mexico.
Portland I. W. W.
Centralta, Dec. 6. Between 60 and
100 I.- W. W.s, on their way from
Portland to Everett to attend the
trials of the I. W. Ws charged with
murder, stopped off in Centralla early
yesterday- morning. The band - was
perfectly orderly, however. They ate
at a local .restaurant and then re
turned to the railroad yards, where
they boarded a northbound freight.
Do soma foods you eat hit back
taste good, but work badly; ferment
Into stubborn lumps and cause a sick.
. . sour, gaaay stomach t Now,' Mr. and
Mrs. Dyspeptic, Jot this down: Pape's
Dlapepsin digests everything, leaving
nothing to sour and upset you. No
difference how badly your stomach is
disordered, you get happy relief in
' five minutea, but what pleases you
most is that It strengthens and regu-
lataa your atomach ao you can eat
your favorite foods without fear. Most
remedies' give you relief sometimes
they are slow, but not sura. Dlapepsin
is quick, positive and puts your stom
ach In a healthy condition ao tha
misery won't come back.
You feel different as soon as Pape's
Dlapepsin cdmes in contact with tha
atomach distress Just vanishes your
stomach gem sweet, no gases, no
belching, no Eructations of undigested
food, your head clears and you feel
Put an end to atomach trouble . by
getting a large fifty-cent case of
Pape's Dlapepsin from any drug store.
You realise in five minutes how need
less It is to suffer from indigestion,
dyapepaia or any atomach disorder.
nnulnmnti. Ha urarea dlvorcina this
question from all local or political
considerations ana separate measures
to .cover each building after proper
. A new coast amard cutter Is recom
mended for the Hatteras district. An
increase In the rate of pay for the
enlisted men in the service, says the
report, is imperative.
irtindH for the extension of tha avla.
tlon branch of the service are asked
of the present congress.
Exports for the yesr ending June 80
amounted to (4,333,658,866, an Increase
of 12,768,686,340 over the previous
year, says the report. Imports amount
ed to $2,117,883,610. an Increase of
(484,000,000. Customs receipts totaled
6213,186,846.62, showing a healthy in
crease. ' The estimate of receipts and dla
bursementsi for the fiscal year 1918,
says tha secretary, ahow that the ex
isting laws will not provide sufficient
revenues to take care of 'the unusual
expenses of tha government due, for
the moat part, to the large expendi
tures required by the army and "navy
for preparedness and estimated for
the year at $367,164,000.
Attention of congress la called to
tha necessity of passing such meas
ures as will provide additional reve
nuea to meet tha situation.
Aider at Park St.
inn rnn nrnnnn nr
119 MILES FROM AN
MPLANE' IS MADE
Signal Corps ': Officer, Also
Sends first Message From
One Plane to Another.
Washington. Deo. (X'K. '
Captain C C. Culver of the army sig
nal corps . today holds the world's
record for long distance sending of
wireieaa meaaagea . from .aa -aeroplane
while in flight- Tha war department
announced that In recent trials on tha
iPaciflo coast Captain Culver. seat and
. . . . atA aa .- . ewi 1
received . messages - 11s roues. . ' i na
previous record is" believed to ' have
been, 4 1 mllea. recently established by
a French aviator, : - v, s '.
Captain Culverts record Was made
in a cross country flight from Los
Angelas In a - stock army aeroplane,
quipped with a 180 watt sending ma
chine. - While flying .over 8anta Mon
ica, wireless messages were ex
changed with .Dr. R. O. Shelton, an
amateur wireless operator, at San
Diego, CaX lit mllea away.
In later,: trials. Captain Culver, In
a machine piloted' by Lieutenant Her
bert A., D Argue of ,Ean Diego, made
tha first .known - successful attempt
to send A. wireless .message to another
aviator In flight, -The message 'was
received by ' Lieutenant William A.
Robertson of the San Diego aviation
training school, while flying a machine
piloted by A.v?D..8mlth. , Measages
were' tranamitted1 while tha machines
were'mdre than two miles apart, and
at an altitude of ' approximately 1000
Peace Talk Is Heard ,
" In i Nation's Capital
. . . ; . .1 . . i o .,
Same Bays Colonel Xoasa Win tie ta
Znrope a 3rrastdaat 3presemaUva
; s?ooa ta lataraata of Faaoa, k I
Washington, Deo. 6. (I. K ID
Senator William J. stone, chairman f
the foreign affairs committee of t.la)
senate, has accepted an. Invitation to
address the Western branch of tha
League to Enforce; Peace at St Loula
on ' December 14.4 Former President
William . H. Taf t , also wUl speak at
tha St. Loula peace meeting.
From sources' usually reliable It waa
slated yesterday that Colonel Houaa
will go to Europe in the near future
aa President- Wllaon'S 'special ambas
sador in the Intereata of peace.'
President Wilson, Senator Stone and
otbera are known to have received a
report which fbey credit, telling of the
existence of a atrong undercurrent pf
peaoe aenttment tn London, Paris and,'
Roma. -.The information, came from V'
an American; who has held a roving
commlaslon i within 'the ; lines of. tha -
allies. , .:' , . . ; ' ' j
111 "" , tai '.
Wses , wrltlnjr er rellhit aa tdTert1ei, -pleaM
SMBtlo The Jenrael. (A4.l '
WAalin aftawu apaur aaaawajw a bhvi r.
t OMd-v Outiov, Klmomoa, to 1
U m n I - M
. OJUUST1&AS 1VTHO.
Beamtlfnl Cotton .Crepe c 1 Cti
ambroldered SUmeaoa, . V Ovl
Set. icorrisaa aad Alder. ,
' ' ' i 1 ' i 1 i
December 1911 Lmbm 1916
In five years 19,000 Telephones Have been added to the system of
The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company in Portland. This con
tinous growth is of great benefit to Pacific telephone users, as the num
ber of people you can communicate with is constantly increasing.
'; w ; .. . .
you are without a Pacific telephone, place your order now
anil avail yourself of this service during the Winter months.
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE
and TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Two BiglS tor els Full of Ladies' High-Grade Apparel to Be Sold for What It WiU Bring
' STORE CLOSED
Remember v tha Namber
. ; Corner WiitPtrk-
" 1 1 1
big sale ; I
the RED SIGNS
WATSiTiTr. in ?
V I SALESLADIES
A L: kiwwii . Til A SnmnTA Stilt & Plnnlr ITnne
.litVlfJ. lVJ2y aod wiU of fer sarte at pubUc sale, togeUier with their beautiful stocks at such astonishingly low figures that many will be in doubt But yon can rest: awnred you will get jagtwHat We'adver" '
v tise. Owing to the magnitade of this stock we were compelled to rent the adjoining store, 383 Alder street, temporarily, in order to dispose of this great surplus, and this additional room is barely largeinbugh' But 'the
ck cannot fail to move in short iorder. t , r - i V V V: ; '
- . -
Sale for a Fraction! of Thek Eeal'Woftlhi
r 4 1 I'.. ; f; - I ..j
ALIiJHE NEWEST SHADES,
WEAVES AND MATERIALS WILL
- BE FOUND IN THIS STOCK
way we are butchering prices, it is purely and simply a commercial crime, and the stock
mmeiiicmg ThTOsday, Bee. 79 W
We Throw Open the Doors of These 2 Stores for the Greatest Of Sales
' D1P0RTANT V ;
A $3 SILK AISTFreE tTO THE
L0J 150 LADnES' SUITS, VALUES TO
$18)0, CUT TO
I tOT 2 LADIES SUITS, VALUES TO
V?22.50,CUT.TO .... ...v. ........... . . .
I'aiIE VALUES TO
: $30; COT TO ; . ;:; ; . ; . . . . . . . 1 . . . . .
J LOT 41 TO !
I $37.50, CUTTQ . .......... . . . l . . . .
rL0T o-LADIES' SUnS, YALtJES TO
I $45.00, CUT TO - .4 . . . . . . . .',
LOT ft 50 LADIES' COATS, VALUES TO
$15.00, cut to ............ :.. .........
lot 7 ladies' coats, values to
$22.50, CUT TO . .
LOT 8LADIES' COATS, VALUES TO
$27.50, CUT TO . . i . . . . . . V. '.
LOT 9 LADHES COATS, VALUES TO
$35.00, CUT TO
LOT 10 LADDES' COATS, VALUES
TO $40.00, CUT TO . ...... . . . ....... .f;
";: ? v-OPFOSITEIC . '
: OLDS, WORTilAN & KING'S
.r .V -- - ''' ' " ;
LOT 11 LADIES' DRESSES, VALUES i p: fc A r
TO $12.00, CUT TO rO
LOT 12liLADIES' LrllESSES, VALUES M&ciiC
TO $18.00, CUT TO .............. . . . . . . twJO
LOT 13rLADIES' DRESSES, VALUES ::;.nE?
to $22.50; cut to . . . . ..... ;.:: : vi jfO
LOT 14-LADIES, DRESSES, VALUES ; : 11 1! Ag
TO $27.50, CUT TO ... . ... ... . . . . . v . . JL ?3
LOT 15--LADIES, DRESSES, VALUES S CSS
TO $35.00, CUT TO . . ; .. ;v. ..... . . . . . .fejLOt
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NEXT TO THE ;
PEOPLE'S . AMUSEMENT . CO.
LOOK FOR RED SIGNS
LOOK FOR RED SIGNS
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