Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, March 21, 1914, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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DAILY CAPITAL J0UX2UL, IALEM. QUO OH, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1914.
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SEEKING SENATORSHiP
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MRS. BELMONT TELLS ALLjEARLIEST FRE REPORTED A GUINEA PIG HELPED IN 1 DISCOVERY
OF THE GERM THAT CAUSES DANDRUFF
NEVER WAS AN ACTRESS AND
MET MILLIONAIRE ' S SON IN
DISORDERLY HOUSE.
BOOSTERS HOLD MEETING
'MADE IN-OREGON" CONVENTION
AT ALBANY ATENDED BY MANY
PROMINENT PEOPLE,
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Albany, Or., March 21. Moro than
300 persons attended a "Mado-in-Orc-gon"
banquet In tlio Bt. Francis hotel
horn last night, at which only Oregon
products and (roods prepared by Ore
gon manufacturers wero served. In-
eluded among the guests were mnny
Portland manufacturers. The proceeds Jr ,lllvo thirteen disguise and am ready
HAS 13 DISOUISES AND WANTS
TO BE A DETECTIVE.
lUNITKD rilBHS I.USIU WIUI.
Columbus, Ohio, March 21. Now-
ftper editors are net the only ones
who receive strange letters. Goorgo F.
Hurbit, secretary to (jov. Cox and him
self a former newspaper editor, is au
thority for tins statement: "Hore's
a sample of many that como to the irov-
ernor", said Burba today oh ho reached
into his desk for a bundlo of letters.
"I'lcnso send mo a permit to dress
iu male attire", ono road. A Werton,
Ohio, woman wroto it. "Picas send
mo a license to bo a privato detoetivo.
of tho banquet are to bo used for the
benefit of Kiversido comotory here.
H. M.Crooks, president of tho Albany
college, wus toiistmostcr. After an in
vocation by Rev. Dr. Leach, pastor of
tlio FirHt Methodist church, of Albany,
L. M. Curl, mayor of Albany, welcomed
tho visitors. Ruvid M, Dunn, of Port
land, president of the Orogou Manu
facturers' association, rospondod. ToaHts
woro rospondod to by J. 8. Van Win
kle, president of tho Albany Commer
cial club; Thomns B. Kay, of Salem,
staot treasurer; Elbert Redo, of Cottage
Orovo, president of tho Oregon Preen
Association; T. R. Miuin, of Portland;
P. II. D'Arc.y, of Snloni; doorgo 11.
Crawford, of Portland; Edith Tozier
Wcalhorrod, of Portland; X. 0. Clark,
of Portland, president of tho Pacific
Const Ad Men's association; R. W. Ray.
mond, of Portland; Dan Johnston, nf
Albany, secretary of tho Albany Detail
Merchants' asosciation and II. P. Ran
cher, of Albany.
Next to not having an automobile
ourselves, wo would rather our friends
did not.
'to go to work on a mnmont's notice
rend another from a Newark, Ohio,
man. The letter wus addressed to
Oovornor Harmon. Tiiirba replied, ad
vising the man to put on ono of his
disguises and find out who was tl'.e
governor of Ohio.
From Oxford, Ohio, a man wrote:
"I'lonso send mo tho laws for lawful
anil unlawful gambling hi Ohio", "You
will remember I asked you somo time
ago for a pardon for my husband whe
is in the penitentiary," read a letter
I mm a Warren, Ohio, woman. "I have
changed my mind. Would you please
give ino a divorce instead."
Frani) T. Wrightman.
Frank T. Wrightman bos filed b'9
declaration of intention with the were
tary of state a a candidate for the nom-
ation for state senator on the repub
lican ticket at the primaries oa May 15.
Mr. Wrightman is well known
throughout Marion county and the state
of Oregon having been a resident sf
the county and Btate for more than 40
years and during that time has hell
various important office of trust which
he filled to the satisfaction of the pub
lic and his friends. He served tr..'
people of Marion county ten years in
tho sheriff's office from 1888 to 1898,
the last two years a sheriff of th'j
ounty, and his rocorl in this office was
a model of efficiency.
For five years he had charge of tin
corporation department of the state of
Oregon under Secretary of State F. I.
Dunbar and F. W. Benson and put into
operation the present corporation tax
law which brings a large revenue into
the treasury of the state.
He hua been a dote student of politi
cal economy and advocates that it is
moro isiportant to repeal the useless
laws now on our statute books than to
enact unnecessary new ones; that good
government is always one administered
with economy, and that something must
bo done for the relief of present con
ditions.
Mr. Wrightman was raised on a farm
in the Waldo Hills and lias practiced
law, and hns many friends throughout
Minion county, where ho is known to
nliiiost every resident. Ho will, if
elected, bo a power for good in tho
senate of tho Oregon legislature and
will work for both efficiency and econ
omy in all public affairs of tho state
and counties. It. is predicted he will
make a record for himself, his county
and his state.
He has taken for his slogan, " Reduce
the high cost of living by a reduction
of tho high cost of government."
WOULD HAVE HARMLESS
ANIMALS IN PARK AT SALEM
New York, March 21. Mrs. Ethel
Lorraine Belmont, wife of Raymond
Belmont Bon of August Belmont, the
millionaire, was the first witness yes
terday afternoon in her suit to forco
her husband to support her in the style
she expected when she married him.
"Two days before our marriacre wo
met at the Knickerbocker hotel," she
testified. "Raymond wanted to live in
the country. He said he 'would give
me $400 a month lor household ex
penses, and more if necessary. Ho
figured his own income at 47,000,
independent of what his father gave
aim.
'Raymond said he would go into' the
dog business and raise Beagles and
Pekinese mostly. The day before our
marriage he discussed our housekeeping
details, even including the pots and
pans. Raymond also intended to buy
an automobile, and said if necessary
he could raise $30,000 on stock he
owned in the Belmont race track".
Under cross-examination Mrs. Bel
mont admitted she had never been an
actress but had met Raymond in a dis
orderly house in 1309. She said he
established her in an apartment and
ifavp her an allowance oi $200 monthly.
Later, she said, he increased this to
250 and then to $3U0.
In December, "1911, botn were Bald
to hav signed an agreement releasing
Raymond from all claims, he paying
her $20,0u0 at the time. This agree
ment was introduced nt vesterday after
noon's hearing.
ALL CLEVELAND POLICEMEN
NOW ON STREET TO BE "TALS"
An F.nghsh novelist says woman is
a baffling conundrum but tho men will
keep on guessing.
THE OLD HELIARI F"
. EMEPYforMElN
A T nunw.'inoT.. ,.71T.
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The promotion dfpnrtmcut of the
Coiniiiercinl club has been requested lo
take up and act upon a suggestion that
the city parks bo provided with several
harmless animal creatures. It is pur
posed that a number of pine, black
eastern and grey squirrels be turned
loose in Marion Square anil Willson
avenue this summer. Tho preseuco of
these cunning little creatures will -render
the parks more cheerful, it is be
lieved, and have a tendency to on
enumgfl tho childic.n to use the parks
us nlav grounds more. Tho suuirro's
can bo obtained at a very nominal ex
pense and it is believed that they will
bo both useful and ornamental in the
public squares. Roth tho parks and
the state house grounds are ideal for
the little creatures and it would be no
trouble whatever tu.cnro for them in
winter, Tho promotion department plan
upon taking this matter up ut tho next
regulnr meeting.
I UNITED PRESS LCASED WIBS.
Cleveland, March 21. If you don't
know what a "Tul" is iro to nv
Cleveland policeman after today and
he'll be able to tell you the answer
He'll Wso probably tell you that it
pays to be a "Tal". A few days ago
fochool Director Frederick, violated a
traffic rule in the busiest part of the
downtown section of Cleveland. V
traffic policeman, quiotly but firmly
held up Director Frederick's automo
bile and courteously exnlained to
Frederick and tho chauffer, the traffic
regulations. Frederick made note of
tho 'policeman's number and wrote a
letter of appreciation to Chief of Police
Rowo and today conies of the letter
are in the hnnds of nil traffic policu
men. Now all are "Tals". To be 4
"Tal" is to bo an apostle of "Tul
osophy", which is to bo both courteous
and appreciative of courtesy, as Cleve
land's "Tlnls" explain it.
RECORDS BROKEN BY A : BLAZE
WHICH STARTS NEAR GRANDE
SONDE IN OLD BURN. "
The first forest fire of the season
was reported to State lorester Elliott
today by Charles Unicume, chief fir;
warden for the James D. Laeey com;-
pany.
The fire is near Grande Ronde anl
started in an old burn. Mr. Nnicume
was instructed to make every effort to
subdue tho blaze, the state fire war
dens not having been assigned to duty
as yet.
"It is the earliest forest fire in that
state on record," said Mr. Elliott, "and
is due to the dry weather of the past
week and the lack of snow on th
mountains."
HELEN KELLER COMES TO
GRAND ON MONDAY EVENING
HELEN KCLLER,
When Drs. Lasser and Bishop made first recotrnizeil romnlv tnr .io.i,fo
a pomade by mixing scales of dandruff has long been called the "original1
and vaseline, which they afterwards remedy. " Herpicidc eradicates dan.l
rubbed on a guinea nig, they were con-1 ruff, prevents falling hair and stops
tributing to science more than they itching of the scaln. Don 't take a nh.
knew. The application of the salve stitute; you can always get the genuine
caused the pig to lose its hair and be- j article.
come bald. I Newbro's Homicide in 50a mi.l .4:1 iiit
This was merely one of the nrolimi- aizes is ant.l hv nit .Inula,. .l.
r - v . nuv guar
nftry steps which made possible the dis-: antee it to do all that is claimed. If
covery bf Newbro 's Herpicide. After you are not satisfied your money will
establishing beyond question the exist- be refunded.
ence of the dandruff germ, a remedy! Applications may be obtained at good
was needed to kill this parasite. barber shops.
There was nothing which would do ; Send 10c in postage or silver for sam
this until N'ebro's Herpicide was pie and booklet to The Herpicide Co,
placed upon the market. Being the Dept. R., Detroit, Mich.
COUNTY BARKISES
NO LACK OF MATERIAL FOR VA
RIOUS COUNTY OFFICES TO BE
FILLED THIS YEAR.
ANNOUNCEMENT
Ward K. Richardson
la still representing the
Famous HARRY MITCHELL CO. Tailors
The Harry Mitchell Tailors have hundreds of stanch friends in this city
of Huloiii, and I am glad to say that I urn now showing their eutiro lino fo'r
Nprlng consisting of over !SK) PlKClvS of all wool fabrics.
If you havo never had "MITCHELL" made to-order garment-ask vour
friend-he will tell you why ho is so well satisfied.
(lot something really good-suit or overcoat is low as lj.00-no hinher
than :ir.oo.
l.ter is coming on-.o let u. prove TO YOU that you can save money and
.-. niKwira in or.ienug it A K n X MITCHKMj garments than
other tikilor-made clothes in the country,
any
Ward K. Richardson
2395 Front Street or Phone 494 for appointment
ANNOUNCEMENT
IrxiTun I'iikss leased wiiik.I
Dallas, Or,, March 21. F, J. Dolman,
of lilack Rock, for several veins post
master at that place, and Charles Duns
more, of Independence, for mnny J-ear?
active as a clergyman, but more recent
ly identified with the good roads move
ment, and the Commercial club life of
Independence, nnd both Republicans,
filed their petitions for the Republican
nomination for the office of county
treasurer. Hugh lllnck, Democrat, whose
friends have been urging him to make
the Two for county treasurer, has an
nounced his intention of remnining out
of the fight.
As yet no Democrat has filed for the
nomination for the office of joint rep
resentative or the counties of Lincoln
and Polk, nnd 8. J. Irvin, of Newport,
Republican candidate, hns an open
field. Vntil yesterday indications were
th:lt Thomas Rrunk, candidate for the
Democratic nomination for representa
tive from Polk county would have no
apposition, but L. D. Rutler, an attor
ney of Independence, was in Dallas yes
terday and announced that, he intended
entering the primaries against Mr
Rrunk. For the Republics.!! nominn
Hon for this office, no one has filed as
yet, but it is said that Walter L Tooze,
an attorney of Dallas, will file within a
few days.
It is not believed that the Prohibition
party will have a county ticket this
vear.
Helon Keller who hag all her life en
joyed being entertained by the greatest
of our actors, will reverse the usual
order of such events and become the
entertainer Monday night, March 30th,
when she gives her tirst lecture at the
Grand Opera House. She likee things
theatrical as much as most people
perhaps she brings to tho theatre a
keener appreciation of what is being
said and done upon the stage wher
she "saw" Elsie Leslie in "The Prince
and the Pauper," up to her latost
glimpse of "The Poor Little Rich
Oirl." Miss Keller has taken the liveli
est interest in anybody and everybodv
of moment who really doe somethins.
as she expresses it from behind the
toot-lights. Ellen Terry and Henry
Irving, Joseph Jefferson and other
great stage personages are Bmong her
Icarest remembrances.. "I love to go
to the theatre," said Miss Keller. "I
enjoying having a play described to me
while it is being acted on the staire far
moro than reading it, because it seem?
as if I were really living in the midst
of stirring events. 1 love to touch the
facts and costumes of the great people
of the stage and even try to indicate
as far us 1 inn the postures and actoin
that go with their lines. I never for
get, the ripples of alternating joy and
woe that run through a bountiful play."
to take care of their fast increasing
business.
J. Vv. Harriett has bought l 5 acre
tract in Hollywood.
We have sold auite a few vacant lots
in the last month, also a large farm
near Sublimity a few days ago."
Best Family Laxative.
Beware of constipation. Use Dr.
King's New Life Pills and keep well
Mrs. Charles E. Smith, of West Frank
lin, Me., calls them "Our family laxa
tive." Nothine better for adultB or
aged. Get them today, 23c. All drug
gists or by mail. H. E, Bucklen & Co.,
Philadelphia or St. Louis.
THEN THE BELL BOYS STRUCK.
" What's the trouble here!"
"The bellboys are on a strike."
"Want more pay, I Bupporef"
"No. A man came in a little while
ago and asked to have Wladislascz
Szcnrezs paged."
MANY NEWCOMERS HER
!E
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot reach
the dlieaaud portion of th ear. There li
only one way to cure deafneai, and that li
by constitutional remedlea. Dcafneaa If
cauat-d by an Inflamed condition of ihe mu
coua lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
thla tube la tnttamed you have a rumbling
lound or imperfect hearing, and when It la
entirely cloaed, Deafneis la the result, and
..-..vow .....n.itiiia.tuii van un miieil UUI
and thla tube restored to Its normaj condi
tion, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
Whll-h im linlhin. an Infl.n. flnnl.l-
of the mucoua surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars, free.
T. J. CHENEY ft CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists. 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
TWO MILLION TO PROTECT
VISITORS TO PANAMA FAIR;
San ' Francisco, March 21. Moi
money and men today were asked by
Police Chief White to protect visitors
to the Panama Pacific Exposition here
in 1915 from crooks. "A much larger
force of police", said Whtie, "will be
required during the exposition and the
department generally will have to b&
strengthened. I intend to ask lor near
ly $.r)00,000 iuerease in my appropria
tion tor 1915. The amount allowed mr
this year was $1,518,128. I shall need
$2,015,148 next year."
Foodstuffs are said to be lower now-
than five years ago. Guess our grocer
doesn't read the papers.
! A TRUE REPLY
When someone recently asked
a man, who had made oi cold mil
lion in real estate, what he con
sidered the best time to invest,
ho replied: " Real estate oppor
tunities are no respectors of sea
sons." There is a world of
thought in that answer, for the
Want Ads will show that the
ever-present NOW is always an
opportune time for such invest
ments No matter how large or how
'mall your investment is. vou
can always find splendid chances
for increasing your resources in
this way by studying the "For
Rent" and "For Sale'' columns
of The Journal Want Ads dailv.
Helping Those
Who
REAL ESTATE SALES TO PEOPLE
WHO WILL MAKE THE IE HOMll
HERE IN FUTURE.
Johnson & Co., report the fob
sales in real estate since Jan-
CHINA TO SUPPLY COAST
STATES WITH ITS PRODUCE
The plu also provides for importing
beef from cattle raised in tho pro
vince of Honnii and Stnntung, which
contain many hundreds of miles of the
finest (mature. The Russians, it is said,
prefer this beef to the Australian
i ttriety and it is pnd nblo according to
eports, that the Failed States troops
u tho Philippines will be provided from
this source during the coining year.
Hotter of the best oualitv. it is said.
aUo may bo secured from the llonon
and StHiitunir provinces. A Tientsin
firm keeps the refrineratinu- steamer
Uuthric plying 'constantly between that
port and Vladivostok with produce.
H. A
lowing
unrv:
Mr. Munley, of Minnesota, bought a
beautiful aero tract with fine houc
and surroundings and is well pleased
with Salem nnd the Willamette valley.
Mr. Dawley, of Red Bluff, Cal., pur
chaied u 10 acre tract near Salem, and
intends to make this his home in the
near future. Also the Tom Jones Fend
Ram on High street is in new hands,
and doing a good business.
We havo sold tho old Martin Smith
homo in tho Waldo Fills to A. D. liai
son who hails from Idaho. Mr. Hanson
hns a fine farm nnd a beautiful home,
nnd is a first class farmer, and no doubt
will make lots of money. He is more
than pleased with his purchase
We have sold N. 8, Savage a nice
home on 14th street, Mr. Savago sold
his fino farm on the Garden road and
decided to move to the city to make his
future home.
Frank (iriponhog or South Dakota
has bought a 5 acre tmct with fine im
provements, one mile from Salem on the
(mi-den read nnd is setting out fruit
and sliruherv nnd making a beautiful
homo.
Owing to the large iucreasc in the
unto business; Vick Bros, have bought
another lot to build a fine building on
In the New Model Royal No.
10 you really get three type
writers in one.
A correspondence machine
A billing machine
A card machine
In addition you get the
Two-color ribbon
Automatic ribbon reverse
Adjustable touch
Tilting paper table
But to appreciate all these
things you must see the ma
chine and trv it out. See W. I.
iStaley, at the
The Capital
Business
College
Help Themselves
That is a function, of the ad
vertising printed in this news"
paper every day.
I helps those who want guid
ance in judicious buying. It is
the story of the market place
telling you what is best for your
ivants, and where it is sold.
Frequently prices are present
ed in competition with each oth
er, and advertising rentiers ore
always posted as to where their
money will do the best work.
It is 'as foolish to purchase
without first seeing what tho
advertisements say as it would
he to purchase without looking
mt the goods themselves.
It is only by making the ad
vertising pay you that the ad
vertisers can hope to make it pay
themselves.
Get your full service out of
the ndvertiiing in this newspaper.
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The Victrola Brings to You
All the latest dance music-the Tango, Maxixe, Turkey
Trot, Hesitation, Boston, One-Step and Two-Step are all
represented in the Victor list of dance music-all most in.
demand in dance circles. Let us show you.
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521 Court Street.
B. F. PETERS, Mgr.
Moose Building
f7 -r-
England's favorite for over
70 years
Cold Storage Rooms
ror Rent
Parties desiring to rent rooms for storing produce, etc.,
can secure the same by inquriing at the office of the
undersigned.
Salem Brewery Ass'n