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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, gALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1019
for his freedom
Los An?lea, Cal., Dec. 9. (United
Freds.) With the murder 'trial of
Harry 3. New a week off. forces to the
battle to determine responsibility for
the killing of pretty Frieda iiesser,
fals sweetheart, were being marshaled
bere today Interest has been added
to the case by the assertion of New
that he is the son of United States
Senator Harry S. New, of Indiana.
-Dr. Charles Lewis-Allen, noted alien
tst, is engaged in an exhaustive study
of News case, it was admitted at the
district attorney's office. Allen exam
ined New last week at the county jail
it was stated, but said he could not
discuss his conclusions.
Other alienists are also known to
have been engaged by both sides.
Not only will an attempt be made
to prove New, himself, was temporar
ily insane the night he is alleged to
have shot Miss Lesser when, as he
said, she told him she would not be
come the n-.other of his child, but an
attempt to prove hereditary insanity
runs through his family will be made.
This will oe- done through testimony
auid depositions delving deeply into the
family his.-.iry, it is understood.
Attorneys estimate the trial -will
take at least two weeks. The dis
trict attorney -plans to call seven ma
jor witnesses and the defense prob
In addition the defense will intro
duce jajbot; 30 depositions, secured
from persons residing in Indiana and
A Feeling Of Security.
You naturally feel secure when you
uw mai me medicine you are about
to take is absolutely pure and con
tains no harmful or habit producing
Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmers
owamp-Koot, kidney, liver and blad
same standard of purity,
nnmgia ana excellence is maintained
In every bottle of Swamp-Root.
T fa aniai.,IJA.lt.. - ...
vnuwuuiujr onipounaed from
It is not a stimulant and is taken
m leaspoonrul doses.
It is not recommended for every
It is nature s great helper in re-
..cvins ana overcoming kidney, liver
and bladder troubles.
A sworn statement of purity is with
every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Moot. If you need a -medicine, you should
uie.uein. un sale at all drug
" v"es oi two sizes, medium
However, if you wish first td try
this great preparation send ten cents
to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Rln.h.n.t t
V.. for a sample bottle. When writing
iu menuon uie Salem Capl-
Marion, Or., Dec. 9. Mrs. A. Wil
son received word last week telling
of the death of her grandmother, Mrs.
Swabb who was burled in Portland.
Two more cases of scarlet fever in
our midst and two more homes under
quarantine. The little boy and girl of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thomas had the
disease in a light form, and both their
home and the home of their mother
was quarantined as all had been ex
posed. The Ensley family are still un
der quarantine, but their time will
soon be up and the flag taken down
It Is hoped by these rigid measures
to get rid of the disease entirely.
Miss Alice Boyle and Mrs. Boyle
were visiting friends near Shedd last
There will be a Christmas tree
and program given by the pupils or
our school the last afternoon before
the Christmas vacation. Just when the
vacation will be has not been decided.
Gladys and Oscar Beckman start
ed to school last Monday having mov
ed here recently from Salem.
Leslie Small who has been working
at Harland has returned for a visit
Roy Winn who went to California
several weeks ago on a hunting trip
and to. visit Jhas returned home.. , I
Air. Slyter and family are to move
to the Small property soon. ,
As Rev. Williams has been appoint
ed head of the Albany College he will
be unable to fill the Presbyterian
pulpit here. Other arrangements will
be made for the services here.
Fickard Bros, had nearly every
thing their own way at the recent
stock show in Portland. They took
five of their Golden Glow herd, each
took a prize and none got lower than
D. A. Hoag was a Dallas visitor last
fir-11X11 1 A A AAllftT
iiuwb On CuuRT
Indianapolis, Ind Dec. 9. Hearing
on charges of cotitempt of court filed
against leaders of the United Mine
Workers of America were continued
today until next Tuesday because of
the prospective ending of the coal
The fe-!tal grand jury investigation
of information charging violation of
the Lever act by mine yperators and
mine workers 'postponed yesterday,
was continued until December 17.
When the contempt cases were call-!
ed in federal court, Judge C. B. Ames,
assistant United States district attor
ney, asked Judge Anderson to continue
the hearing because of the meeting of
the defendants, scheduled for this aft
"The government Confidently ex
pects steps will be taken at this meet
ing which will fully and completely
comply with the order of the court,"
"We be.ieve complete mining oper
ations -a ill be resumed following the
conference. In view of the facts which
may develop the government desires
continuance of the case for one week."
The Cherrians are busy.
They're making preparations
to receive Santa Clans already.
J. F Hutchason, chairman,
of this Cherrian "Christmas
Cher" committee," today is
sued a call for information of
any child or family in the city
needing "Christmas cheer." He
asked that any one knowing of
any such persons write him,
giving the name and address
of the nedy, and concluded by
saying; "Let's bring cheer to
every child in Salom."
Hutci'ason's address is 371
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COL. HOUSE DENIES
REPORTS OF BREAK
New York,-Dec. 9. "I have read
Mr. Siebo'.i's article in the New York
World-and for obvious reasons I pre
fer to make no comment further than
to say that my admiration and affec
tion for the president are. unchanged,-'
Colonel E. M. House declared in com
menting on an article to the effect
that he. is no longer in favor with
The article, by Louis Siebold, recit
ed incidents wherein it is claimed the
colonel and the president were not in
accord at the peace conference and
expressed doubt that the president
even knows House has returned to this
country. It points out- that House
has not seen the president nor Secre
tary Lansing since he returned and is
apparently no longer a (actor in the
peace negotiations. The article ascribes
the belief that Colonel House and the
president are estranged to "diplomats
and politicians" and declares they ex
pressed the belief that the reason is
found in the authority House assumed
and mistakes he made.
, The part played by House in the
selection of Paris as the seat of the
peace conference, alleged action y
the colonel which resulted in the sac
rifice of the "freedom of seas" feature
of the fourteen points and his deal
ings with Orlando in connection with
the Fiume disputes, are cited as the
principal points upon which House
and the president broke.
LIBERTY BOND QUOTATIONS
New York, Dec. 9. Liberty bond
3V4's 99.68; first 4's 94; second 4's
92.02; first 4!4's 94.18; second 4's
92.06; third 4's 94.30; fourth 4'Hs
92.20; victory 3 3-4's 99.12; 4 3-4's
SFARGH FOR CHINESE
BOY EXTENDED TODAY
The search which has been conduct
ed in Salem's China town for two
days for Sing Hai, wanted for an at
tempted assault on Ella Wolfe, 14
Sunday at Louie's Noodle house. Fer
ry and High streets, spread to Port
land and surrounding towns in Mar
ion and Polk counties today. Hai, who
worked at Dallas, came to this city
Sunday to spend the day. He is be
lieved to be either in that town, or to
have gone to Portland. Authorities in1
the metropolis have been notified to
be on the lookout for him, Constable
Walter DeLong was working all day
yesterday and toijay gathering infor
mation and clues to aid in the hunt.
H. FORD'S CHANCE FOR
SENATE SEAT REMOTE
ROAD SIGN PLANS OF
As a result of a meeting last night
in the Commercial clug of the road
sign commute of the Marlon County
Community Federation workable plans
for "con-p!ct!ng the work of erecting
signs at overy important road inter
section in the county were completed.
At the regular monthly meeting of the
federation to be held in Donald next
Thursday v)ght it is expected that the
matter will be definitely closed, and
the work of installing the signs will
be ordered taken up.
T. E. McCroskey, Luther J. Chapin
and W. ,C Franklin, delegates from
the Satem Commercial club to the fed
eration, will attend the Donald meet
ing Thursday night.
The women of the Women's I
Missionary society of the Jason Lee
church, will meet at the home of Mrs.
J. K. Neer, 1831 Fairerounds road.
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Mrs. George H. Alden will then de
liver the report on the home mission
ary meeting recently held.
JOURNAL WANT ADS' FAY
Washington, Dec. 9. Henry Ford's
chances of being seated In the senate,
even should Truman H. Newberry,
now holding the place be convicted of
the charges of fraud and corruption
appear to be remote, according to
cloakroomopinio n here today.
It was believed the approaching sen
ate investigation will result in order
ing a new election, in case irregular
ities ar discovered.
Newberry's .case is the first to come
up since direct election of senators by
popular vote began and the senate is
somewhat confused in applying . the
precedents. The William Liromer
case, however, was cited as a parallel,
the senate having voted to expel him
after charp es had been made that
there was corruption in the Illinois
legislature which elected him. A new
election was ordered in that case.
Vocational Education In
Schools Will Be Discussed
Problems confronting the trades and
industries division of the Vocational
Education program which is now be
ing Introduced into Oregon schools
under the direction of Newton Van
Dalsem, state director for vocational
education, will be discussed at meet
ings to be held In tne Lincoln high
school, Portland, Tuesday and Wed
nesday, December 3 and 31. Among
the speakers on the program which
was announced by Mr. Dalsem who is
chairman of the meeting, Monday, are
Mrs. Millie R. Trumbull of Portland,
secretary of the State Board of In
spectors of Child Labor; Supt. Herbert
L. Hussong, Astoria Miss Marie Bar
ber, Salem; C. E. Cleveland, principal
Benson Polytechnic school, Portland;
Annie E. Afnold, principal Benson
Polytechnic school; E. E. Bergman,
Salem; Fred Chess, Eugene.
EARLY IN THE
Truxton Beck left today for south
ern Oregon, where he has accepted a
position with the state highway de
partment in Roseburg. 14
Youth And Gray Hair.
Can never go hand in hnnri ,
Prof. John H. Austin, noted bacteri
ologist, - hair and scaln mieciniisit nf
To retain one's youth, one must be
rid of gray hairs. Mv Hi
solves the problem.
CO-LO HAIR KKSTOUER
A scientific process for developing
me natural color or the hair in a sim
ilar manner to that of developing the
imuiugrapnic negative. It is posi
tively the only. satisfactory and last
ing treatment for restoring color to
the hair in a mild, healthful manner.
i-o-o Hair Restorer is absolutely
harmless and will not injure either
me nair or scalp; is not a dye; con
tains no lead or sulphur: will not
wash or rub off; has no sediment and
Is as clear as water a Dleasine- and
simple remedy to apply.
Co-Lo Hair Restorer comes in
A6 for Black and all Dark Shades
' A7 Extra Strong, for Jet Black
A8 for all Medium brown Shades.
A9 for all Very Light Brown, Drab
and Auburn Shades.
Co-Lo Hair Restorer on sale " at
Perry's drug store. (Adv)
ALL NEW PLAYS
Made by one of the largest mills in the country.
The quality of these blankets is dependable.
Some are soiled with small oil spots, some are
frayed a trifle in the binding edge, some are
soiled from handling, but each and every blanket
offered on special sale as long as the supply lasts
is an exceptional bargain. The imperfections' do
not in the least affect the real warmth-giving
CHOOSE EARLY! THEY'RE GOING FAST
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SPAIN STRIKE BOl'ND
Washington, Dec. 8. Spain is vir
tually strike bound, according to ad
vices to the state department. Strikes
prevail in Barcelona. Shipping opera
tions are held up at Malaga, it was
said. All but one of the Madrid news
papers have suspended publication. A
general strike is on at Vigo. There
has been rioting at Santander in con
nection with the fisherman's strike. '
Brings The Roses To
Mother: Brew This Vegetable Tea at
Home Good Health tw ail the
To. drive out of the system impuri
ties that keep you feeling miserable
is good advice, and people who want
better blood and keener .enjoyment of
life should not neglect taking at least
a two weeks' "tx-eatment of gentle
health building K & B Tea.
. Druggists will tell you that scores
of people enjoy a cup at bedtime be
cause it keeps-liver and bowels in
proper condition and ends bilious at
tacks and sick 'headache.
Give it to the children when peev
ish. They like it, and it acts very
gently on their little bowels. Be sure
you get Dr. Carter's K & B Tea.
Darken Gray Hair,
Look Young, Pretty
Grandma's recipe of fiogc Tea uud
Sulphur darkens so naturally
' - that nobody cau toll
For Long Distance Auto Trucking
Willamette Valley Transfer Co.
WE ALSO DO LOCAL HAULING.
I fP "Furniture Bargains, Cti
Oh, Man! J J
Hair that loses its color and lustre,
or when it fades, turns gray, dull and
lifeless, is caused by a lack of Bulphur
in the hair. Our grandmother made
up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur
to keep her locks dark and beauti
ful, and thousands pf women and
men who value that even color, that
beautiful dark Bhade of hair which
Is so attractive, use only this old
Nowadays we get this famous mix
ture improved by the addition of oth
er ingredients by asking at any drug
store for a bottle of "Wyeth's Sace
anu ouapnur compound," which dark
ens the hair so naturally, so evenly,
mat noooay can possible tell it has
Deen applied. You Just dampen
sponge or soft brush with it and draw
mis tnrouch your hnfir taiiin.
small strand at a time. By morning
the gray hair disappears; but what
aeiignis tne ladies with Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound is that, be
sides beautifully darkening th- h .-i-
after a few applications, it also brings
back the gloss and lustre
4an appearance of abundance. (Adv)
A J I UttVbt .Y?u had believe he is.
fSL$7 8.houldn:t be? He picked up some
beautiful pces of office furniture at about 70
uw TL Mu Ply by watching the For
Sale Want Ads in this newspaper, li is just like
finding money to get these bargains and it is so
simple. Just read our Want Ads.
a wf y?1 B.ve ?flce furniture you wish to sell,
a want Ad m this newspaper will bring buyers
wTTh ,Aud,y?u wil1 find cost of your
Want Ad delightfully low. .
Compact, Detailed Want AJs An Best
r0 8AT-Two Hit, It.. blrJi
am .iSKSf'.TS t" run.
1.1 .u,h.y"?' b" to food cm.
WANTED Vtoi KM tat) 01 fc
with nlrai chtit u Bunk; I
- wk I1hij; 1 leuu-aie and 1
lUwInn machine! 1 tlMKumnibwl
oak Unki 1 aid chain: 1 oak labia.
All rouat be to zood condition ana
XTand at attraotlw nrloaa. Read at
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R;2,.unt Ad cohnns are Business Men's
Bulletins that you can't afford to miss. -
Read and Use the Want Ads in
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