THE SAT.EM CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON.
Multnomah County to Hare NO CHANGE IN WAR
Control of e Bridge
Inter-Stat- ZONE SITUATION
Do You Fader toe provisions of substitute II.
Ii. .141, which passed the house yester-
day afternoon, the railroad commission
is authorized ami instructed to enter
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the recent American protests regard-
ing the use of neutral flags and pro-
posed submarine warfare on merchant-
Want a into a lease with Multnomah county
for the control unit inunngcmnut of the
interstate bridge urross the. Columbia
river, tor an indefinite period of years,
It is expected that Germany's
answer to the American demands will
the county to collect all tolls and mon-
eys realized from lease of franchise and
to keep the bridge in repairs and be
for nnv ilamagoa that nugnt
be received here before night. The
prospect of receiving a favorable or
even a compromise, reply is considered
slight. Nothing has yet been heard
WORLD AT WAR
occur as a result of accident, and 2o from the British foreign office in re
per cent of the net profits realized from ply to the protest regarding the use of
Hat? the reveunes ot the brnlge is to be turn-
ed into a sinking fund tu keep up re-
pairs and replacements upon the bridge
unit tin1 balance is to revert to the state
Admiamtrntion officials are con-
vinced, however, that England will not
relent in her plan to "starve out'1 the
Germans, and that Germany will sot
to apply upon the interest payments ol
the bonded indebtedness. drop her determination to annihilate
When the bill came up for considera commerce in the extended war zone.
The New Styles in Roberts I inn a couple of weeks ago it was sent
Between the two, American commerce
back to the committee with instructions must suffer, and the possibility of
to amend f; tlint all of the net re-- destruction of an American vessel and
ceipts necessary to meet the annual ia- - tho loss of American lives must always
$3.00 Hats teres' payments upon the bonds, which
amounts to annually, and which
must be paid by the state under the
Officials of the German embassy
said today that relief ships entering
-- just received a new shipment
The Capital Journal has
of the "World at War" atlases. They, are of a later and
provisions of the act of HIIII, were to the war zone would be liable to attack
tho same as if they were British war-
Are now ready for your selection. The high
be npplieit to that purpose, and tne nai--
ships or merchantmen. It was de- revised edition and consist of 24 large, highly-illustrate- d
in v was to go to Multnomah county.
As tiie bill passed the house, however, clared English merchant vessels have
crowns with contrast bands are neat and .have the ounty first takes out ii) per cent already made arrangements to find pages, printed on heavy enameled book.
of the net receipts und pluces it in a safety by disguising themselves as re-
good style for men's wear. sinking fund for repairs and replace- lief ships. German submarines oper- The atlas contains splendid colored maps of all the
ating in British waters have repeatedly
ments and whatever is left, or 75 per
cent, is applied to the interest pay- allowed such vessels to pass, it was warring countries, with routes of travel and railroad
ments. Some strong arguments were stuted, in the belief that there were on
a mission of mercy. Consequently, it
presented against this sort of an lines; many tables of army and navy and general stati-
SALEM 'inent, the principal one being ad-
is declared, that thereafter there will
be no exemption of any nationality or
vanced by Uepresenlativo
Kla'uath, who advocated the state's class of suspected ships. sticsin fact, the work is a complete e li- ready-referenc-
liipn lation of the bonded indebtedness
The case of the steamer Wilhelniinn,
which is held in a British admiralty brary for students of the great war. It is a book which
STORE of Multmuah county (l.2.i0,00U)
a lump appropriation as a measure of
court because she carried food for Ger-
economy, but the bill finally passed by many, still hangs fire.
Simultaneously other foreign compli-
would ordinarily sell for $1.00 or $1.50, but we are having
u generous majority.
cations are causing the administration
uneasiness. The Mexican and far
them made up in large lots and buy them at a price which
eastern troubles are both increasingly
menacing. The United States is ad- allows us to give them away to subscribers on very easy
San Francisco, Feb. 17. Infielder
Watt Shipp Team Smashes Brown Trading Stamp Bill Charles O'Lenry of the San Francisco
mittedly watching closely the demands
rlub of the Pacific Coast league was
recently made by Jnpan on China, lest conditions.
Way to Victory Over Hausers Passes In Record Time given his unconditional release here tho "open door' in China be closed,
today by Manager Harry Wolvertou.
involving the United States in inter- All who pay three months subscription, old or new, back
Winning two out of three games tin To'ii Itrowu'ii lull, providing fur an The danger that the foreign diplo-
Watt Shipp Howlers tntl the Mausers miiiu.il excise tax el' 5 nt' cent uion Oregon 29, Idaho 19.
mats will depart in a body from Mex-
subscription or in advance, in case their paper is delivered
into en nip Inst night in In' city league; the gross earnings of nil titt i iK stamp Kii'jeue, Ore., Feb. 17. Tho Uni- ico City because of the attitude Gen-
in spite of tho fact that the Mausers and ruiiiin issuing firms unit corpor-rolle- versity of Oregon defeated the Un- eral Venustinno Carranzn has assumed by carrier, will receive one of these atlases free. All mail
the most pin. N'ouil, of the aliens doing liiiHi within the state, iversity of Idaho at basketball Inst toward them is increasing. The water
Watt Shipp, rnllt'il the high game of wliirli is xi'i'ti'it to either yield a night," the score being 2 to 19. This
supply of the city has been cut off, subscribers, old or new, who pay a year's subscription
-- III unit also secured tin1 high average linn Iconic income to contribute to tlx1 wus the first conference game on the anil famine conditions nre spreading.
of IIIH, Till' scores: tfiMiciii expenses of slate government or I
i" floor, and was not as snamy as The diplomats, it is stated, may be ($3.00), either back subscription or in advance, will also
Watt Shipps. put tin' trading ulanip firms out of husi- it been pxpw'ted, "Sheet" lligbec forced to leave the Mexican capital
I 'J H
Toll. Av.'ness 1'iitiri'ly, cstnhlishcd a now record of Oregon was the star ol the game. soon for reasons of health, if for no
Wilson 1"4 1."l 171.' 4."i K2 for 'iipiil legislation yesterday nl'tor- be entitled to receive an atlas without extra charge.
oilier. It is declared that their de-
'in von I.'iil HU .ri'Jl Baker Quits Athletics,
171 Maui ii when it went through tlie house parture would leave Mexico in a state
Freolnnd 175 till) 117 '17, l'hiliiilelphia, Feb. 7." Home Hun"
7 with only three dissenting votes, nnd, of anarchy worse thnn any tho re- This is the most liberal offer the Capital Journal has
I'lielps 171 linker, star third baseman of the
m Kill 4H."i lll-- loss than ail hiiir Inter, passed tiirough public has yet witnessed possibly forc-
Nouil 2:il 17:1 Wli It'H first, second ami third readings, ami
American league baseball ing tho United States to take drastic ever made.
team, lias decided to retire from the
Iwiih missed by the somite without even action.
Totals KHI WIS S77 ".Hitl bo hi dianund and will not appear with the
as an argument or opposition
HnusorB, lf any ileM'ription,team next season, according to an
If ay 1711
12 3 Tntl. Av. This dill provides in substance thai
I'll I.'i7 rum 170 "nnv person, firm or corporation who
inaile here tonight by Man-
ager Connie Muck nt a dinner of the
SEVEN ARE DEAD
Donaldson 1117 170 171 Tills Ul! s I'hila.lclphia Sporting Writers' associa-
,. or furnish tu nn.v iither per
Allen 1.14 2011 141 t'.iS 1HH ,nn,
linn or corporiiliou to use, in, with
Trice , 101 17! 2 III B.lil 1S ,. f,,,. the sale of nny goods, wares or (Continued froju Page One.)
Kress 1811 1st Id Mil I'll nien'liiiinlise in the stale of Oregon, number of stamps, coupons, etc., shall
. pnv n ti ii I'll ly . on Hi' before
,)V stuiips, coupons, tickets, certil'i- the first Si laey K. Lewis, a sawyer. 1
Tolals S4I Will Kit sm elites cauls nf' March, to the slate of Oregon, an
other similar do ices, Unidentified man.
excise tax of .1 per centum of the gross
which slinll eulille the purchaser re- The injured nre:
Only One "BttOMO QUININE wm&m
(,M receints of such jierson, firm or
,,,. fr Byrou Craig, 12, son of the proprietor,
Whenever you feel a c, c.i m ,ng on
received in this state."
mnM terribly burned, not expected to sur-
Ai'ivi'vi- V price .her nnv goods, wures or ,c- vive. ; j(c jjt 5t 3t 3c )c )(c 3t 3fC )C i( (hat make a record, but the number
IIIIOM 0 l,ol, signu- ., , You can't judgeu( a woman's religion K. A. Shears, Jumped from third- DEEDS, NOT WORDS
Grove on box, 2.ir. prey 'iited.
vine of M. by tile bonnet she wears to church. story window, injured nbout the head, OPEN FORUM F. K. HOHTOX,
bcitii hands and right foot broken. in the Forest Service.
lanes Shuhiis, baillv burned about Salem People Hava Absolute Proof of
HEADY! GO! ZIP! AND THE BOBSLEDDERS ARE AT face and hands, jumped from secoud- - Deeds at Home
window, Work Is Wanted. Candidate Tor Horo Medal.
TIIE BOTTOM OF THE HILL QUICKER THAN THAT storv A. To the Editor: in your issue of tho true merit. It's not words but deeds thnt prove
liees, broken leg, almost suffo-il- t To the Headers of This l'nner: The
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i'd, lungs scorched, jumped 4(1 feet great destitution nt present affecting News,1'
15th inst. under the caption of "City
there appeared a thrilling
The deeds of Doan's Kidney Tills,
from second-stor- window. 1'or Salem kidney sufferers,
so many Oregon families through lnck of a rescue from almost certain
Gus Kiilniiiski, right foot broken, Have made their local reputation.
buck nnd side injured, jumped from of work, particularly in the larger cities death of a boy twelve years old. Tho
of the state, has brought to us a most hero of the occasion wns Motonnnii Proof lies in tho testimony of Salem
second stiirv window. people.
H"ii jninin V. Olson, scalp wound and eurii'st appeal from the Associated Hobertson, who seeing the prostrate
Charities of 1'ortlaiiil to do what we can child on the track in front of his fast says: J. "
A. Woo 1, 7.13 W. Front St., Salem,
back injured, jumped from second story Kidney eonipluint got so bail
window. to relieve the situ;'! inn. We here re- approaching car frantically reversed In my
easo that I knew 1 would have
A. I'. Johnson, hadlv burned about spectfully appeal to every reader ot the molor of his juggernaut iiiid in to check
this palter to dii all possible to give nlinost helpless dispuir set the brakes. sults. Just,
it or suffer more serious re-
face and hands.
at least temporary work to the unem Divine I'l'oviileiice hml ordained that morning the after getting up in tho
Hi vert Nordbv, cut about face and complaint was worse. I
hands by broken glass, jumped from ployed, .lust beur in mind that wo-- the rails be drv at this imrticulnr In had heard of Dona's
Kidney Pills doing
men and little cliiMr. a nre the most slant anil to IIiIb tact, complied with good
second story window. work in simllnr cases and think-
The liuilv (,f Craig was found in his seriously affected by the present great the clcnr perception and the iron nerve ing they would help me,
I began using
bed before the flames reached his room. distress, resulting from unemployment of the nioloriniin acting under stress of them. Before I had used one box,
of the bread-winner- of families, and impending tragedy, was due the halt- - wns frco from kidney complaint I
It was carried put by firemeu. and
we n.ik you to do all within your power nig of the engine of dit my kidneys wero norniul. I have nover
The six uther bodies were so badly
burned that Identification will be dif to give at least temporary worn to mo struction barely eighteen inches from had a sign of kidney trouble since. 1
ficult. In fact in the case of one it unemployed. In both town and country the writhing form of the almost cer- hnve great confidence in Doan's Kidney
was impossible. there must be ninny of our citizens tain victim. The boy, finding his plot Pills and willingly confirm my former
who can do something to help t.ie to escape the high cost of 'living had endorsement."
Hi"re were 4o persons in the hotel
at tiie time tho fire broke out. The necdv! Every precaution will be tnken foiled, through the presence of mind Price 50c, at nil dealers. Doirt sim-
flames spread so rapidly that the fire to prevent the unworthy being imposed of the motornian in setting the brakes ply ask for a kidney remedy get
men (ould dii nothing toward controlling upon you; and, no matter what may be after reversing the car, jumped up and Doan's Kidney' Pills the snmethnt Mr.
them, and gave most of their etlorts to the nature nt the work you have to sped away determined to enlist in the Wood had. Koster-.Milbur- Co., s,
rescuing the Inmates. The building was offer, whether for man or woman, aerial corps of the German army. The Buffalo, N. Y.
please write at once to the Associated motoiinan, thrilled with the joy of
totally destroyed. There were a num
ber of nnrruw escnpes. Charities at Portland, nnd they will do having thus averted a tragedy, pursued
the rest. Knrmers, logging camps, dair the nenr-vieti- secured his naiiio nnd
VICTOR POINT ITEMS "
The fire resulted in the burning of
the power wires and Marsh field and ies, orchards, packing houses, land delivered the same to the police, No
Norlh Hend were in darkness. clearing, grading In fnct, anything man of red blood could be otherwise
thnt wiil temporarily afford food and than enthused over the during rcscuel ,ln" "arby spent Saturday and Sunday
Victor Point. Ore.. IVli. 17. Minn
Another Body Found. Bhelter for toe destitute will be grate - iiiy .Motormiiu
full v niiiireciated bv this iinner.and thought struck me that right hero in evening.
Koliertson and thel"1 ";", leuiiuing to niivenon Sunday
Marshfield, Ore., Feb, 17. Anti'her Kd lloeifler went to see Frank Doer-tie- r
especially so by the Assridated Char- - our midst was a worthy recipient for
charred body, the eighth victim of the an Iron Cross, The thought also struck on business Monday.
fire which destroyed the boarding ities whose burden is now so great.
ASSOCIATE) CHAHITIKS, me that perhaps Mr, itobertsnn was Miss Alma Sutler is visiting nt the
house of the C. A. Smith Lumber com a modest man and would shrink from .1, Ainstut. and .1, Doerfler home.
pany, was found this afternoon. It has 'oniineicial Block, Portland, Ore. Ivan Durby is doing carpenter work
Main 7031. the grave responsibility assumed by
not been lilentiticil, but is apparently one who permits himself in an un- in Silverton.
that of a boy nbout 10 years old. guarded moment to be decorated wilh
Salem, Ore., Feb. Ifi, 191.1. a Carnegie nnlenl. It Isn't difficult to retuin vour
ft The Salem Capital Journal, With that thought in mind I made friends If you do not put them ta the
Salem, Ore. inquiries among the boys of the car '"''' test,
No matter what you hav to
sell, a Journal Want Ad will Dear Sirs: Heading an extract from cnmpnnv and found to my surprise
sell It for you if It can be sold. the iitnte forester's report in this pa that Minimum! F, A. Hobertson luls
........ I...1,. ..,,, ,
in, llu, " "K i'itii iruitiiit-,- or inoiii nn ine
i rv' v:..,v. ytV r- peopl of Marion ei.untv on their ex - !,'l ""'"I. I"
client reenrd of only 1'--' forest fires Known
,,'o line, in fact ho is;
familiarly us Hero1,
v Hobertson, The boys told me that on
during the 711 days uf drought in the This week only I will sell my well
past year. nnnidi'iKm llttiv l,ii-- .,.! Ii, improved
the local papers of lloliertson 's thrill-- tract, close in, with
'1 This record not only shows the lag encounters nnd hikirtbreadlh es- stock, improvements and crop; price
uf the state and national forest capes in the Hue of duty. It wns only only llon down, balance to
;tv ,,r ,.y :i'?
5... ' r.l, v,,u:' services, but shows that tiie people uf a short while since that they read of suit,
Marion county made an effort to pre- 'an account of a
vent fires. This effort is certainly
nice he had with a
ghost on one of his night runs. It gnlow,
Heaiitiful new, modern 5 room bun-- i
by those who have studied seems that he ran his car for ten built for a home, lurge lot: only
iW Ml forestry in this ami other countries. -- .iil down, balaiice to suit. Trice
It will not be until each- "'dividual , -
A -- .:s.v.mytj take, an active interes, ' Choice Lot.
y1" " to find the ghost gall, on him and then
viitnm of our fon-st- thnt Nu c ........ ... ....
.iimim uiff II IP (III, IHKO Hill
On State street, close iii. Trice
perfect protection and pertect ml.mii- - 0(l, ()( t
iPiintM'ii. f fff r k
We write fire and auto insurance.
Smokers of Whether there Is a hettc bunch of; jri' Hobertson' brother Is the lcnd
Turkish Trophies thinkers here or not I do not know, but ( (Ml, ii,,,., i)nilll nml j,,rn ,,., Money to Loan.
the people seem to realize that tae that... If the bnvs ninke gmul he will see
Cigarette fifteen yer ago , .1 .1. .,.!
a . ......... Ilm. i.. ii .... s .. . , Houses and store buildings,
iiHiii.ige iii.ui-iiii- in iihii consi io pons? ruur is ar-- (
r 1 1 C"CALyncX)N05" 2lOCU5T VALlty
Huntington, N. Y Feb. Ill - WliVIng down the icy smoothness of Cold Spring ut a
I9U THC WINNERS
rate faster than
are smoker of
Cigarette today I
ber is very small compared lit the .ranged for the onlv Car llovs Hand' In. Fine timber,
uffects each succeeding crop for an in the country, lie would nlso Include ai cast
definite time. trip to Kurope but has decided to wait ,, re. i!:tp,
rich black loam olL
of town. Price $H. to l;to oer
acres, will sell 20. 40. CO or
a minute, fourteen big. long bobsleds took part in the anmml free fur-ni- bobsled carnival. The competition In the Other counties in Oregon nave sun mi ine nirsisn neci ruptures uin.lon. SU acre tracts. This is the best piece
thirty lients of the iiniisiml nice wus mi close that the winner, ll'll, owned ly the Mnttituck Neighbors' association ilar leeords, but taking all conditions As one who believes In proclaiming a of timber near Salem,
of l.unisl Valley, won by faction of a second and curried off the tournament trophy and 30 in gold. The win- Into consideration, I think Marimi hero whenever he sees one, I have the
county leads them nil with nu example honor to subscribe myself,
ner carried a crew of twenty riders. I nd the pilot ivss one of the veteran I obslcd experts
Wicks. The Greyhound, an ofgiinintlon of Huntington girls, attracted much attention if
of these parts, Ketch
the bent tiiey could do F s.i.,1.. i . ,' f I' i il,,,! 'nil miuht copy with benefit. It FA I. STAFF The Hero Detestor. L BECI1TEL & CO.
was to come in ninth. Hut at thut th jr were only two seconds behind the v tuners. is not the number of fires put out j (An Hoy.) 347 State Bt. Phone ir,l