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DAILY OAMIAl JOUWfAii' 8AXEM,' OEEOOS, 'WTDNESDAT, JANUARY 7, 1914.
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Many more came with NOW BOOSTING, fori Mi II It If II .as Arranemeit Of Uiicrae it ii ii u ri I Ef It It It It It It IS It n It Showing to the best advantage the IMMENSE STOCK as well as adding confidence in selling, a feature appreciated by a busy U puouc. it was our imemion to quote prices eacn aayout, toaay time will not permit. Watch our windows. Attend our Sale. Come Thursday or Friday. Don't wait until Saturday. n II H II M V 19 .v ... lift II K4 MtlHWAiili) v oiei ills Store iafs tie ace ii it is rt it it it ii if it ri it ii ii MM MWMWWsslIM Ml Mil 1 III I III I I II I j I I III I II I II I I I I I P " T I'l I I TTT TTT T" IT1 TITT 1HTT II 1 WTTTf liriri'll III II II III III! Hill Will II IH Willi IIMIMIMIIII ! win I i ii 'WIWI F Decision to Moke This City Headquar ters If Arrived at During Meeting Held in This City. SETTEE BY8TEM OF HANDLING WORK IS NOW PROMISED Expected That Board Will Keep Track of Its Affairs in Better Shape Than in Fast The st at o fish ami gamo commission, at a meeting hero yesterday, decided to locato the headquarters bf the depart ment in this city, and employ a private secretary to hav general supervision of the work, after it has been outlined by by the commission. While It was de cided that Master Fish Warden Clan ton and Stato Game Warden Flnley might eleet to have their offices here or in Portland, it is believed they will decide to have them here, to bo in close tom'h with thn commission and the sec retary. The commission will relieve the wardens of much of the work now con nected with their offices, giving them mnch more time for work in the filed Announcement was made that a sec retary probably would bo named at a meeting in Portland tomorrow, when details of the new system will be made public. governor West, when Informed of the action of the commission, snld it would in futura accomplish a great deal more effective work at a large saving to the state. Ho desires the entire depart ment to be located in Salem, bollovlng It not only will result in a great lav ing, but will enablo the commission and employes to operate under a far more business-like basis than heretofore. All tho commissioners Messrs. Kin ney, Ililyeu, Clifford, Kvans and Kolly -nittonded the meeting. by mud when rescuors reached her. An othor house slid down the hillside toward the beach but none of tho oc cupants were injured. LAST MEDICINE MAN DIES (UNITED r-RIsa UABBD WIBS Klamath Falls, Or., Jan. 7. Dr. John, the lust mediciuo man of the Klamath tribe, is dead. He was so old no ono knew his ago, and was nearly blind. Many Indians believed he would never dio. They have tho same idea con cerning White Cindia and Dixie, two squaws, who make medicine and do mini y things to excite tho curiosity of the natives and visitors. Dr. John wan nut young at tho time of tho Modoc war, and wus one of the tribe Involved in that war. He was not deported with tho Modocs, not having been present at the, massacre of Gener al Canby and others. AVALANCHES WRECK HOUSES AND CAUSE ONE DEATH rCKITlD rut! MiSID win Heattle, Jnn. T. Mud avalanches on the hillside of West Seattlo wrecked bouses Inst night, causing the first fa tality resulting from heavy rains which have been falling over we.ttern Wash ington since Friday. The homo of Hiuion Booth was wreck ti by the slide, pooth's 3-year-old 1 kIit was lulled and six other members tt tho family were injured but will re rover. Mrs. Hooth wits pinned down the wreckage ml nearly covered FLYER ORDERED TO FLIGHT TO SATISFY HIS HONOR cnitid raisa uisid wisa. Paris, Jan. 7. Jules Vcrdines, one of the two French aviators who recontly flow from Taris to Cairo, was ordered today by tho French Aerial League to glvo satisfaction immediately to Henry Roux, his rival, who also accepted the flight. Roux challenged Yedrimts to a duel after tho latter had struck hiin in the face during an altercation. The quarrel between the two avia tors arnso becniiHo Roux alleged to have requested the Turkish officials not to assist Vedrines on his flight In the Orient. All tho celcbrntion which hBd been arranged in honor of Vedrines by the French colony, in Oiiro have been can celled. Til RO AT Troubles P because the swollen glands ana tnnamed membranes often affut other tissues ana impair their healthy action. Scott ' Emuttion stands alone m nature's corrector of throat troubles! ita cod liver oil is speedily converted Into mm resisting tissue the glycerin Is curative ana healing, while the combined emulsion up builds the force to avert the weakening influence which always follow throat troubles, SCOTT3 EMULSION It amt fr thn. imp.rfnt r. ... it T.tw. IK. fnu it privmnta m rmlapimt it U m eWrntf vita minimi at tfumfyim Wmjt. Shun eubatitutM and u.107 Insist on Soott'a. ASTEROIN, OUT AT NIOHT, GETS LOST (usiTso rsssa uabid wias. San Francisco, Jan. 7. Sdmowhcro in tho wide and starry sky the colobrated new asteroid or minor plant 1011 Mt., otherwise designated tho asteroid Al bert, is lost. Astronomers at Lick Observatory and the observatory at the University of California have boon searching for tho missing object for two months, with out avail. Knowing exactly from computations made by themselves where to look on any night, the observers have vainly trained their telescopes along the path of Albert. They have widened tho r.one of the search and mude allowance for errors of calculation. They have picked up, one after another, three of Albert 's brothers, ouch time mistaking the lit tle stranger Albert, and oach time after now calculations havo been ascertained that they had not found Albert at nil, but had .discovered new asteroids. ' "In our search," said Dr. Heber D. Curtis, "wo found three faint asteroids closo to tho computed position of Til 11 Mt. That three such bodies' should have been found in this' restricted area throws an interesting sidelight on the largo number of faint astoroids discov erable in long exposures with power ful reflectors," in on a lone and unidentified Indian at Lahe-of-tho-Woods, 33 miles from War road, and his bones were found today stripped of fleh. The nine carcasses of the wolves he' had killed were lying within a rudius of a few rods. Wolves are starving because of the fine weather and lBck of snow. As a result they are traveling in packs, aver aging between 30 and 40. It is snid there are more wolves this winter than have been seen for years along tho Canadian boundary. CARDEN HELD INDISCREET FOR CRITICISING WASHINGTON A A J C1TI turn, si ox ,i , . I ..V IM . DIFFICULTY FOUND IN , - GATHERING WITNESSES trSITSD MISS IJUStD W1SB.1 , (lold Hcavh, Or., Jan 7. Aaron R. Cooley, who was returned to Oregon from San Francisco a few weeks ago to answer to a charge of murdering Thomas Van Pelt in Curry county more than 14 years ago, has been brought horn from the jail at Roseburg and is awaiting hearing. District Attorney Meredith has sub penned a number of witnesses for tho state and the hearing probably will be held Monday beforo Judge Wood. District Attorney Meredith snys he is confident Cooley will be held to answer to the grand jury, which will convene hero in April. Attorney W. W. Cardwell jnccom paniod the prisoner frfom iloseburg and will be assisted in the defense by J. Huntley, of this city, and Judge Childs, of Crescent City, California. It has been found extremely difficult to gather U witnesses in tho rase, owing to the lapse of time since the fatal shoeoting of Thomas Van Pelt. I'Niritn mens lkisko wiiii.1 Washington, Jan. 7. It is understood here that the trnnsfer of Sir Lionel (anion, Uritish Minister to Mexico City to liio Janeiro, was to some extent a sequel to tho observations of Sir Wil liam Tyrrell, private secretary to Sir Edward Grey, British Minister Of Af fairs, during his stay in 'Washington last November, Sir William noted the impression in officials circles made by the reported interview with Sir Lionel in the course of which the ambassador was said to have questioned the information of the Washington administration regardiug the Mexican situation. authorize the attorney-general of the state to recover the will of Martha Washington, now in the private collec tion of J. P. Morgan, at New York. The will was stolen from the Fairfax county court hoiiBe in the course of the battle of Bull Run in tho Civil war.' Mrs. John H. Barbour, of Falls Church, Va., a regent of tha organiza tion, has placed in Senator Thornton's hands a copy of a letter sho received from Bella Da Costa Green, librarian for J. Ficrpont Morgan, declining to return the will to the archives of the court house. Citizens of Virginia, who have been searching for the will for nearly 50 years, accidentally learned last year that it was in Mr. Morgan's collection. TELLS OF ALLEGED FRAUDS OF Tins FUEL CONCERN MORGAN TELLS HOW RESERVE BANKS SHOULD BE HANDLED IBKITID riUtBS IASlt wins. I New York, Jan. 7. J. Pierpont' Mor I gnn testified before the currency or 'gnnization committee yesterday after noon. He said the essential point in the organization of reserve bank was to have at lciv t one bank of such import ance as to command tho respoet and confidence of business men and bankers everywhere, Morgan was uncertain whether New York should be a reserve bank center or a branch of ft Boston reserve bank, ' I Morgan favored three reserve banks on 'the Atlantic seaboard and said one of these should be in Atlanta. He said the capital of such a bank was not as Important as its resources, Lewis Clark, president of the Amer ican Exchange National Hank, recom mended eight reserve banks. Ho said banks should be located in New York either Richmond or Washington, Atlnn ta, either Houston Texas or New Or leans, Chicago, St. Louts, either Omn ia or Denver, and Snn Francisco. tlNITKD rHKS IJBASICP WIBH.l Pan Francisco, Jnn. 7. Special Treas ury Agent W. H. TidweU'continned his testimony yesterday at tho trial of the eight officials of the Western Fuel com pany, charged with conspiring to de fraud the government. Tidwell declared that a total of 72, Oil tons of excess coal, representing approximately $r04,0"7, was received from foreign shipments between April, lOOfl, and December, 1912. Defense Attorney McCutcheon took injo court charts intended to show that a majority of the cargo and discharged at San Diego gave shortages instead of overages. Records of the Thor, Raider, Bessie Dollar, Titnnia and Tor denskjold were produced in an effort to show that the company received sev eral thousand tons of coal less than the bills of lading called for. GOVERNOR FERRIS GETS I FACTS IN REGARD TO STRIKE SNAP UNITED PSISa UBA8KD WIRS. Houghton, Mich,, Jan, 7. Governor Form gained much first hand informa tion yesterduy regarding the copper miner's Btrike which has been in pro gress more than five months. Espe cially did the governor learn about a number of county and company deputies in tho striko zone and the extent to which the so-called gun men have been used. Ho obtained his information from the sheriffs, prosecuting attorneys and sup ervisors of the two counties offected by the strike. At the conclusion of the session ho impressed upon thorn Hint they must work together in main taining law and order and in protecting life and property. Twice the governor referred to the Moyor deportation in public. It was learned that he also deplored its offcctB at practically every private conference with business men and others who wore unwilling to air their views before the reporters. In a general statement, Prosecutor Lucas accused the imported officers of gross cruelty toward the prisoners. Ho said he hail discovered several cases where men wore beaten without good cause and said that the practice was stopped only by his threat to arrest gunmen. The governor sought information re garding charges made last summer that tho soldiers had been guilty of immor ality, assaults on children and indis criminate shooting. The allegations were denied by every man questioned. If you want a homo, or make a good investment, look this up at once. House, barn, 14 lots, close in. Price $2300; terms. Another One. Five acros of fine land, well im proved, with stock and all implements. Price $2600; terms. Owner going away. Owner will sacrifice to make a quick, deal. BECHTEL & BYNON, 347 State Street. WOLF PACK EATS INDIANS. DAUGHTERS WANT WILL Of MARTHA WASHINGTON ttmiTKO rssss ittscn wisa 1 tFNrrco r,t wisk.1 i FnirflUi va., Jan. T.-State Senator Crookston, Minn,, Jan. 7,-After be i.,w,j ,., ,w ..!, had emptied his rifle and then fought ,h(( of Mwvn o ,w Vaa desperately with hi knives, killing nine of (lu, Xnu,ri(.M Evolution, he ,wois,i,.r,.!a,nderof the pack closed wou)J tflk Virginia legislature to ITALIAN WOMEN VOTE. ri?rni rss ?.s)rn iw 1 Milan, Jan. 7. Italian women liave just wen their first richt to vote in tho commercial elections of this city. Some 700 women who are members of the Milan Chamber of Commerce are af fected by the concession. In contract, however, with the political suffrage of men in Italy which is enjoyed also by the annlphabets, the women cither have to present a certificate showing they have completed the elementary school or show a government official that they know how to read and write. DISSOLVES CORPORATIONS Governor West, at the request of Cor poration Commissioner Watson, Monday issued a proclamation dissolving .127 do mestic corporations and 23 foreign cor porations for failure to file preliminary reports and obtain licenses to do busi ness as required by law. Mr. Watson said a number of the corporations were out of business. MODEL POSTOFFICE San Francisco, Jnn. 7. Following a conference here today with Director of Works H. I). H. Connick, of tho Panama-Pacific exposition company, Post master Charles Fay announced this af ternoon that he would establish s mod el postoffice at the fair grounds. Fay will provide the men to handle the mail and the exposition company will erect the building. ARTISTS TO EXHIBIT. London, Jan. 7. English artists want to participate in the Panama-Pacific ex position in San Francisco next yenr. Sir Edward Toynter, president of the Royal academy, and many other dis tinguished artist petitioned the gov ernment today to recognize officially a British fine arts section at tho ex position. "THE OLD R ELIABLE" fe.tMA.rraVkl.. REMEDYforMEN ' - """nrnNT.il n H Q uf i.Y N . N T Morris' Prices Fruit granulated sugar, sack .$5.30 Good seasoning bacon 14e Best sugar cured hams lb ..10e Best sugar cured pick nick, 13Mit Best sugar cured backs, Tt .20c Best streaked heavy bacon, lb 20c Dalles Patent (best flour) $1.30 Perfection ........ .. ..$1.10 3 cans Aster milk 25c 4 pkg Arm t Hammer soda :;J!5e 1 gal. extra choice peaches ....3.'ic 1- gal. extra choice apploa ...30e 1 gal. extra choice pears ..35e 8 pkgs fresh raisins 15c 1 pkg fresh currant .... ..10e ,8 cans fine tomatoes ...23c. S cans fine com .... 25c- .' I can extra fine pineapple 15c 5 cans Clcarbrook peaches 50 1 earn Clearbrook apricots . 25: - 2 cani Ejrly June poars , 25c- ' cans Libby'i sauerkraut 25c . rans prepared hominy 25c S , ns Atlantic clams (very best) 50c 1 cant large, fat oysters 25c 3 cans pink salmon 25? 2 cans Columbia river red almon....25c 1 1 can nice asparagus .....5c No. 5 keg pickles ...!0c- 3 Ttis dried peaches 25c 5 lbs. choice dried prnnes 25c- M gallon choice syrup 25e 1 gallon choice syrup 50c No. 10 pure lard $1.40 No. 5 pure lard 75c No. 8 Snow Cap compound (!V Golden Rod wheat .25c Cal. oats 30c Cal. wheat 30c- 5-T6 box maccaronl .... ...SPc S pkgs Post Tosties 25o- 4 pkgs Krlnkled Corn Flakes - 25c t bars Royal White soap I5c-" 8 bars Morris Best 25c- 10 bars Elk Savon soap 25c Best Tillamook Cream cheese, lb ..I0c 100-Tb sack molasses alf. meal ....$1.30' 100-Tb sack plain alf. meal .$1.15 Sack bran 7"e Sack shorts ..IMS Best rolled oats, sack 85c Bring this ad with yon. R. X. MORRIS. Corner Morris Avenue and Fairground- Road. Phone Main 1497.