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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY. OCT. 14. 1915.
Gold Dud meets your fondest wishes
When it's used for washing dishes.
77i Gold ihtmt Twinm
You will find directions printed on every
package of Gold Dust.
ESEEEFAI R BAN K225SSD
"Let tho BOLD OUST TWIMS do four work"
larger packages fori
Put your foot down"
VI WUail TV Company
SORE, TIRED FEET
IS 1LJ I LL I
TIZ makes sore, burning, tired feet where they will play the Urn-
fairly dance with delight. Away go the ' ver81,J of Southern Ul.forma Ratur
acbea and Dains. the corns. callouses, i day afternoon. Guisto is taking sixteen
blusters and bunions.
" TT7 rfr.w. i
out the acids and i
poisons that puff
up your feet. No
, matter now hard
you work, how
long you dance,
now . tar you
walk, or how long
tnn rnmnin nn .
vnnr foot "TT7."
"TIZ" is won
derful for tired.
aching, swollen, smarting feet. Your feet
just tingle for joy; shoes never hurt or
Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" now from
any druggist or department store. End
foot torture forever wear smaller shoes,
keep your feet fresh, sweet and happy.
U. of C. Football Squad
l Kikv " Prarhrmtf
Berkeley, Cal., Oct. 14. The Vni-
versity of California football squad was'
out on the field this afternoon after &
24 hour respite granted by Coach Jim-j
my Schaeffer. Finishing touches will,
be put on the condition of the squad I
today and tomorrow for Saturday's
game with the Sherman Indians.
Coach Schaeffer and "Doc" Smith,
his assistant, both said the men have
so much to learn about the American
game before their big game with
Washington University next month!
that they cannot afford to lay off more
than a 'dav at a time. Nevertheless,!
Schaeffer fears if they don't tako oc
back to health by careful
'diet and the assistance to
be derived from a trial of
"THE TONIC THAT TONES."
Turkish Trophies? 11
Cifarettet lift pen years ago
are mekera el
Ufartttea today 1
- a Turkish TRnpHTES ! ' 1
Gold Dust is on duty
in millions of homes,
always doing its work
quickly and thor
Insist on Red Crown
a quicker response
and more miles to the dollar
1 J - Standard Oil
ensional rests, the players may go stale.
The Sherman Indians are Being
coached by Lieutenant Weir, a former
Vcst Point star.
Kickers Go To Los Angeles.
Oakland, Cal., Oct, 14. The St.
Mary's College football eleven, headed
I UJ Vl'l01U uuiniu
!tha Aneel this afternoon for Los An-
to the southern city. Coach
McAndrew will also make the
. WAS NEWS OF ONE
YEAS AGO TODAY
France reported .allied ad
vance on Franeo-Belginn fron-.
tier and entrenched line gains
at Lens, Arras, Verdun and St.
Mihiel. The Herman advance on
Osten.l continued pant Thielt.
Kigiit Herman army corps are
reported by. Germany victorious
in Kast Prussia. Uermuny
claimed the repulse of eight
Russian corps in Poland.
A Galician Russian column,
Pctrograd eaid defeated Ger
mans south or Przemysl.
Sinking of the German liner
Markoinnnia and capture of
the Greek steamer Pontoporos
by the llritish cruiser Yarmouth
near Sumatra, was reported.
Home reported an Austrian
drendnaught damaged by fire
in Triest arsenal. Turkey was
reported to face demobilization
if money was not obtained.
- I'nless thore are overt acts
Italy will rcmniu neutral, the
Washington Ambassador an
nounced. Say Pacific Mail Uses
the Truth frequently
Washington, Oct. 14. The adminis
tration is preparing to ."show up" the
Pacific Mail Steamship company's mo
tive for disbanding under the plea that
tho I.aFollettc seamen's act forced
them from business. It was learned to
dnv that the comment and treasury de
partments had collected a great deul of
evidence to controvert the company's
claims that if it complied with this law
it would lose -money.
Justus Wardell, surveyor of the Tort
of San Francisco here today, conferred
with Secretary of Commerce Kedfield.
Warden's figures showed that the Pa
cific Mail liner Mongolia cleared
000 net every trip, while the estimuted
earnings of the Mongolia and Manch
uria were lf per mile net.
Getting Heady to Quit.
New York, Oct. 11. The Pacific
Mail steamship officials began today
to clear away the last obstacle in the
way of liquidation of the company. A
i.eci'nl meetinir of stockholders had
voted to reduce the eapitul stock from
2U,000,()00 to 1.00(1, 0(10, nnd to change
the par value of shares fiom fioo to
. BOOTLEQGLS ARRESTED.
Dallas. Oct. 14. Wm. Ponllss, a for
eigner, who has been making his home
in this eitv for some time, was arrested
on the streets Saturday evening by
Sheriff John W. Or on a bootlegging
chnrge. Poullns had attracted the
sheriff's attention esrlier in the even
ing and after careful watching Mr. Orr
decided that the man was bootlegging.
Later in tiic evening be saw him ap
punch two men and talk to them a
short time after which the men parted
and went down towaids the high school
building. The sheriff followed and
soon saw a pint of Ibpior handed by
I'onllas to his customer. The arrest
followed quickly. Monday morning
Justice of the Peace Hardy Holman
fined toe man HHI or fifty dwys in jail.
Ha took the jail sentence.
. CITY NEWS
A. A. Hall, an attorney located.ln the
Masonic temple, has taken rooms on the
second floor of the Saicm Bank of Com
merce. Although the government's register
at the O. C. T. docks shows a rainfall
of .00 inches during the past 24 hours,
the river still holds at the low stage of
1.4 feet below low water.
Miss Charlotte Blxazxa, who was
elected at the lust meeting of the school
hoard as art teacher, arrived in the city
yesterday and today is organizing the , syrup. The total cost is nlsmt 54 cents,
work in the different schools. and gives you a full pint a family
o supply of a most effective remedy, at a
Fire blight is to he found in hutBavil' of ? .A d-v' u.9.e
three places in the county, according jnut
to, C. 0. Constable, who has ,iust re-1 Keeps perfectly and htW a pleasant taste,
turned from a tour of inspection of the j Children like ft.
various districts found to be infected, Its reallv remarkable how promptly
last summer. I and easily it loosens the dry, hoarse or
o I tight oough and heals the inihiiued inem-
Roy Chapler and Miss Margaret I b unes in a painful cough. It also stops
Ostrander, who were married yesterday ;j Z
will mnke their home in Albany, 22ti t BUtcnt iotltM, coiitrli. A splendid 'remedy
West Fifth street. Mr. Chapler was oitejfor bronchitis, winter coughs, bronchial
of the original mem opto of the Ye I asthma and whooping cot;"
Liberty quartet and was interested fori pinex is a special an 1 highly conccn
mnny years in the musical events of the trnted compound of genuine Sorwny pine
city He is employed in the Santinm extract, rich in giiaiueol, w hich is s.
National Forest licserve, with head-1 ''"S to tl:o membranes,
quarters at Albany. ! , Avoid disappointment by asking your
M . . druL'L'ist for ounces of Pinex. and
, . o.j-io '
The funeral of Nftnaniel Sedoris was
held this afternoon at the chape of .
Eigdon K Kieliarilson. services were
under the auspices of Sedgwick Post, (.
A. R., of which he was a member, with
interment in the G. A. R. circle of City
View cemetery. He enlisted for the
Civil war in Company C, Second Ne
A telegram was received this after
noon bv Postmaster Huckestein from
the postoffico department at Washing-1
ton. aeternnE me upeuiuK i ,,lc l""
tract station at the Crown Drug store ' ceived from the farmers. Today, seats
tomorrow. The telegram gave no reason are being placed in the market place
for postponing the opening, merely stnt-1 0n Liberty street, in what is known as
ing that, such action had been taken,! the Waring barn, and a proper plat
and that a letter would follow. form for the fruits and vegetables.
o - j All cattle less than one year old may
Professor Brown, of the extenston de-, be sold at auction without a test, but
nartment of the 0. A. C, is in the city if 0Ver this age, they must hnve a
today, conferring with Fruit Inspector :
n nnnaf.il.lA nn thrt nrnne situation 1
C. O. Constable on the prune situation
in this vicinity. He will spend tomor-, looking up the law on this subject,
row near St. Paul, on the ItiO-acre ng-1 if the market has tlio support of
pie orchard of Dr. Benjamin, tuking up the farmers, and if the success of the
the subject of pruning for the next i nales and auction next Saturday np
ycar. Professor Brown is known in pears to justify itj the sales will be
this section as an expert on prunes and held every two weeks. Tho commit-
his advice and suggestions havo been
sought by maay prune growers.
Tourteen cases of chicken pox among j 0f this first day will depend greatly
the primary children of the Washing-j the future of a sales day for Salem,
ton junior high, school created a small j Mr. Waring, in whose burn tho nuc
chicken pox scare among the pupils yes-, tion will be held, reports a much great
terday, but thero is very littlo danger! Pr interest than even the successful sale
of it spreading as prompt steps have held last August.
been taken, to prevent us spreuu.
the cases have been qunraiiTineu anu
placed in care of a physician.
Where there Is a will, there's a way.
tIia fnllnwiniT card was received, ad
dressed to "Dear Mr. Editor" and
came all the way from Chicago: " I
m n vonni? widow twenty-eight years
'old, and wish to correspond wit'.i some
good rancher not over iniriy-six
old. I am of good appearance, a good
housekeeper, uml a dandy cook. I
am tired of city men and their habits."
.. Mrs. Lora DeLavey, wno came
down from Lexington a few weeks ago,
bringing her daughter, Miss Flint, win
a nn invalid, with her. for a visit, has
concluded to remain here, and this
morning left for her eastern Oregon
home to close up her business affairs
there and bring hs. household goods
back. Her (laughter. Miss Hazel, is now
at Ihcir homo, 1055 South Liberty; tak
ing care of her sister aad her children
during her mother's absence.
Governor Withycomhe delivered a
short address last evening at a meeting
of tho Tnited Artisans, in which he
congrntulated them on being members
of a lodge which taught patriotism as
well as fraternity. Mrs. Kiln Watt
also gave a short talk on the work of
the order, followed by a musienl pro
gram in charge of Mrs. Naomi T.effing
well. Accepting the invitation of Ar
tisan lodge No. 1 of Portland, the lady
cadets of the Artisans will drill at r
special meeting to be held in Portland
"I have always wanted to Uve in the
Willamette valley and after looking bo8t"ail,, Vhid, havo as their aim,
the country over, I decided to locate in fh. bottprnu,,lt of al Oonditions and
Hnlem. You are in the garden spot ofjtl)(1 ;ft of tMllllMity Th() of
the world." Charles K. Archcrd, in thus , M(,K Aloo.lv. Thomas and others
rnressintr himself in a short talk last
evening at the Commercial club, says
that he was nc attempting to just say
nice things, but was telling the actuul
truth, as he' has traveled extensively
throughout the northwest for many
years aa the agent or the John Deere
company. He recently purchased the S
A. Manning Implement company, and is
now a resident of Salem.
A committee of ladies Interested In biograpHies of the political, eurocrs of
the welfare of tiio Y. W. C. A. met I j,,,,, Jlnnes, Oov. Whitman, Senator
this morning ill the office of Architect Root Rnd Senator Borah were given. A
V. A. Legg, to dincuss the furnishing , inr,, (.row,f wa:i pr-: ent, niaiy of whom
of tho new quarters, and to learn in rre t0 )(HII1 ,.w members in the so
detail the sizes of dining room-tables, j ,.j,.rvr- After the program the society
kind of furniture best suited and car- a, j0r,., , the Kpn, where a banquet
feterta fixtures. The new quarters for)W8, held until a lute hour. John (lary
the Y. W. C. A. will Include the entire ai.tl.d toaitmuntc r and called on cv
npper story of the new Roth grocery . orv ,, i, (.r.nt to respond to an im
buil.ling. As the plasterers begin work L,,,,,,,,, ,onl)t,
on the building today, it is hoped t.iat president 'ar! (!. Doney will speak
me nr,. ... .. ' .
pied by the l.ith of November. Among
those who were in f'"'' "
Mr. I.egg were Mrs. J. H. Alberts,
hairmnn. Mrs. W. K. Kirk and Mrs,
Stella K. Blnckerby, general secretary,
The Eastern Oregon Light It Power
company has brought suit against the
Public Service commission of Oregon
to set aside the order of the commirsion
fixing the rates for light, power and
gas furnished by th mpBny. The
rates were based upon tho commission's
estimate of the capital invested and
the physical valuation of the company.
The company contends that the estim
ates are ton low. The commission fixed
the calculation of the Electric Utilities
properties at tl,020,.10il and of tho gas
utilities properties at 27,200 or a tote'
of 1,047,500 while the company con
tends that their electric utilities prop
erties are valued at 1,1S(1,712 and then
gas utilities propertlea at 12,000 mak
ing a total of tl,23i,4.'0.
Makes Stubborn Coughs
Vanish in a Hurry
Surprisingly Good Cona-li Sjrnp
Made at Borne
If some one -in your family has an ob
stinate colli; li or a bad throat or chest
cold that has been hanging mi and refuses
to yield to treatment, got from anv drug
store 2 ounces of Pinex and make it
into a pint o cough syrup, and watch
that cough vanish.
Pour the 2',4 ounecB of Pinex (.'0
cents worth) into a pint but tie and till
the lxittlp with iduin ariimiltitiwl mimic
do not accept anything else. A miarniuVc
o( IBOiutt: satisfaction goes with this
preparation or monev promptly refunded.
ine l'inex Co., ft. ' nync, iwl.
Saturday Farmers Sale
and Market Day
. The furmers sales uinl niarkct,to be
held in the city next Saturday, prom
ises to be a success in every respect.
according to the opinions of those who
ore in close touch with the community
anu irom rue iiuiiierous lni iuiies re
certificate of a tuberculosis test. This,
In tliu .IiumuWhi nf ihnaii wlin hnvu ImAn I
la the decision of those who have been
tee in ennrgo of this sales market are
working hard to make the first sale an
unqualified success, as niton the results
The freshmen won in the annual bag
rush vesterdnv afternoon, lilncinir two
of tho threo bags ovefthe goal line in
just one minute and thirty seconds,
( aitain Jackson had his team well
coached and their onslaught wns fast
j and furious. The sophomores were bo-
wiiciereu uytne speeu 01 mo iieei
; freshmen rushers nnd bfore they had
i hail time to settle down to the work
jot hand it wus over. Both classes cele-
Ibrated tho event last night with jolly-
m, parties. The sophomores held a
biinmiot at the gym. while the victori
oils freshmen, chaperoned by Professor
11101 .urn. r.ysi-ii. ppi-iit uit enjo, Hine ev
cuing at tne home of one of their limn
ber, Miss Grace Sherwood.
Kev. and Mrs. I). (.'. Hedr'uk, of
liuckhnnnon, West Virginia, nro the
guests for a few days at tho home of
President ('. G. Doney. They are on a
trip seeing the west and except to con
tinue to Los Angeles. California. Both
are delighte,' with Salem and think
it nn ideal place.
"The importance or the American
Theatre," was the subject chosen bylnlem. The alleged checks were drawn,
I'rof. Wallace MacMurray for iiis open
ing lecture J ncsilay evening. One hun
dred men and women interested in the
Irainn of today, listened to a splendid
the possibilities of the
theatre. Prof. MacMurray believes
that tho theatre, uheu brought under
proper control, may present problems
and their remedies which the church
cannot and does not present. He em
phasized tho importance of the support
of the educated and cultured people in
raising the standard of the theatre by
f , , . . .
were used to present tho tendencies of
the modern drums. At the close of the
lecture a great many expressed their
appreciation of I'rot, Al c. Murray a work
:,! tn(.ir kpl,n jlllc.rMt j BiH ml, j(M.t
The Websterian literary society held
one of the li vest r.n.l most entertain
ing meetings of the year Inst night. The
program consisted of a discussion of
I the possibilities for presidential noin-
imitums on the Mil ticket. Ah e
nun. my nnei.ionii o.-iorp. uie i,. or
Undent l,dv at their -annual vesper
ffrvir, on the ..inject : "The Moral
,) H,.;Kj0M Influence of the War on
Kurope, " Had it not been for thisl
engagement, Dr. Doney would have'
spoken at the Y. M. (,'. A. meeting Ini
Websterian hill on Holiday. He will:
return on Sunday evening. I
Walter (Jleiscr, a senior this yenr
and president of the Y. .f. ('. A. re-1
turned early this week from. Migenei
here he took the examination for thii!
Cecil Khodes s.ho'nrship.
that the exami 'ini ion was
very tb,or -
ough and comprehensive yet it wns a
reasonable one. Them was but one
otiier contestant nnd ho dropped out,
so that the chaves are good for Mr.
dl.-iwr receiving a threo vears scholar
ship at Oxford college, England. Mr.
Paul Human went to Knglnnd a year
ago, which proves that the educational
standards of W. I'. are of a superior
duality. Mr. Oleiser will known in
January whether he will go, as the
The case of R. McFarland nirninst Kd !
Moore was called in uepnrtmeut No. 1
of the eireuit court this morning. I'll is- j
is an action brought to recover money :
alleged duo for services rendered. Mi.
McFarland claiming that the defendant
owes him 125 for services and he also
asks for f-Z5 on a contract and .2'
for attorney's fees. Mr. Moore denies
that he owes Mr. McFarland anything
ana says that the plnintitt nbamlonei.
the farm of the defendant near I.ibertv
and by virtue of alleged overpayment
Mr. iloore asks for a nulement airainst
the plaintiff for the sum of ifW.ia tr
the costs of the nctmu The case v
appealed from the justice court. Mc
Nary McNary are appearing for the
plaintiff and F. A. Turner and Charles
Z. Reynolds represent the defendant.
The jury returned a verdict for the
defendant in the .case of Charles De
Long and others, as the Twentieth Con
tury Mausoleum company against T. V.
Davies. Mr. Davies had paid one thiie
of the price for five compartments in
a mausoleum erected at Van Wert.
Ohio, and objected to paying the re
mainder on the grounds that the com
pany had not lived up to its agree
ment to set aside an endowment fund
for the maintenance of the mausoluein.
W. E. Keys represented the plainti;
and W. H. Triudlo the defendant.
It appears that Judge Percy R. Kelly
of the circuit court, is able to ding
nose bodily ills as well as untangle le-j
gal ailments from the fact that yes-1
terday afternoon his honor noticed thnt
James Colvin, a juryman, who resides
at Anmsville, hud an unusual pullor on
his face. Judge Kelly told Mr. Colvin
that he might be excused from service i
on the jury if he was ill. - Mr. Colvi'- j
answered that he believed he couh' !
continue the case although lie wns not I
feeling well. This morning Dr. E. . F
Fisher notified I. 0. Hover, the eler'- '
of tho court, that Mr. Cnlviu hud suf- i
fered a paralytic, stroke during tin !
night and was now seriously ill.
Ray Chnpler, a forester of Albany
secured a marriage license at the of-
tice or the county cleric yesterday aft
pr,ioon to wed Miss Margaret Ostrander
... w. .
or i ins eny, .miss ustrnnder is a
stenographer in the office of the Slate
Industrial Accident commission.
Moel Wolfard entered a idea of not
guilty in department No. 1 of the cir-j
cuit court this morning to the charge ,
of criminal assault alleged to have been i
committed upon the person of a IS-yenr-l
old girl. His trial wadset for Mondavi
at 10 a. m., but his attorney, D. II.
Allen, has asked that it might be held
at a later date.
The jury In the case of Julia T. Nat-'
against B. M. Dimmick was unable to
agree on a verdict and was discharged ;
1... T. T.ll . .
uy uuuko juuy uner mo men anil tie
liberatetl several hours. The suit was
brought to determino tho ownership of
nn auto truck.
1'he case of C. T. Wolfard against W.
A. and Adda Young was taken out of
court yesterday afternoon upon a mo
tion for voluntary non-suit bv the plain
tiff. This was an actiou to recover I
on a commission for the sale of real1
The jury returned a verdict in fnvor
of the defendant in the case of J. J.
Newmyer against Jueob Ttileja, in de
part meat No. 1 of the circuit court to
day. This was an action to collect
rent alleged due from the defendant.
Raclinel Ann Putton has filed a suit
for divorce in the circuit court of this!
county against Alviu Cut ton alleging
cruel and inhuman trentmeiit. The cou
ple were married in Amusville in ISSN
and tho plaintiff alleges that her hus
band forged her name to three checks
drawn on the U. W. National bank of
one oi December 20, 111(10 for, if 200; one
March 2, 1010, for $200, and one July
1(1, JIM, for if 100. Slie alleges furtli
I er that her husband forged her name
to a promissory note tor if I, id given to
W. S. Hobins, July .'I, 11115. McNarv &
McNary represent the plaintiff.
Jennie J. Hall has filed n suit in
tho circuit court iigaiust the city of
Turner alleging that the mayor and
'city council of Turner caused a dum to
bo constructed across a stream from
jvhieli her livestock secured water. This
stream, known lis the "Green Sprin,"
she alleges is the only source of water
supply for the stock and she asks that
the dam obstacle be removed and the
city be restrained from further ob
slructing the flow of water of Green I
Spring. A. O. Coudit is the plaintiff's)
Tho case of Ald'arliinc vs. Moore
went out of court, upon a demurrer to
the con, plaint this afternoon und tn'
case of C. T. Climplnn, as trustee, vs..
Hex I. Ifussell was called ly Judge Kel
ly. This is an action involving some
fine points in bookkeeping uud tin:
issues will be some 10 items aggregat
ing I1t. against the defendant and a
counter claim of about t !,'"" ugainst
the plaintiff. Melt k Clark lire, at
torneys for tiie plrinliff and C. K, lions
for tiie defendant.
The warrants for the general fund
of the county were issued and mailed
out today by the county clerk 's office.
Tho general fund warrants for this
month total UHI.:j:i an, I lor the roa.ls
,i,,d highways, IVJi:i.(ia win. -h is II
n ,lt decrease in last inoiitii's rond
; hi,w,lv U(.,.rj,lt w,i,l, totaled
Uiuo'tr. '(! '
JUST TRY TH18 WHEN
HAIRY GROWTHS APFEAU
(.Modes or lo'luy.)
A smooth, linirl'-n nVin always fol-
lows the use of a paste made by mix
ling some water with plum powdered
dillitone. This pastl IS applied to the
hairy surface 2 or )l minutes, then rub
bed off and the skin washed, w.i.-n
every trace of hair will hav vanished.
No pain or discomfort attends the ue
of the delatone paste, but caution
should tm exercised to lie sure that you
get real delntone.
answer to the questions must be sent
tv Kjglaud for approval.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
$10.00 to $15.00
In' latest clothing is not much to pay for a Suit.
You can get it here for these prices.
Buy when you need it, the earlier the better.
The House That Guarantees Every Sale
Cor. State and Liberty Street. '
I.ondou, Sept. 15. (By mail.)
A remnikable instance of
prevision relating to the wnr
was cited here today with an
extract from a letter written by
the famous (lenerul tiordon, to
a friend, in 12. He wrote:
" Kvery Briton should think
of tho future nnd each one
should insist on the government
passing a measure for compul
sory universal military train
ing, so far as Knglnud is con
cerned, she need not, for tho
next quarter of a century, be
under any apprehension of se
rious difficulties arising with
any of her Kuropetiu neighbors,
but in 1010 or thereabouts there
will have arisen naval power
which may prove mightier thiiu
she, and should she (Icrmany)
gain the .supremacy, Kngland
ill become extinct both as a
land and sea powr, uud nil her'
dependencies, including India,
will fall into (icrinnuy's
clutches. You may live to see,
this, I shall not, but when that
time comes, remember my
SURE WAY TO GET
RID Or DANDRUFF
There is one sure way that never fails'
to remove dundrutf completely and
that is to dissolve it. This destroys it
entirely. To do this, just get about
four ounces of plain, ordinary liquid
urvou; apply it at night when retiring;
use enough to moisten the sculp and rub
it in gently with the finger tips.
By morning, most it not all, -of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or four
more applications will completely dis
solve and entirely destroy every single
sign and trace of it, no matter how
much dandruff you may have.
You w ill find, too, that all Itching j
and digging of the scalp will stop lu-j
stnntly, and your hair will be fluffy,
lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, und look
and feel a hundred times better.
You can get liquid arvon nt any drug
store. It is inexpensive, uud four'
ounces is all you will need. This simple I
remedy has never been known to fail, i
MAYOR BELL ACQUITTED I
Indianapolis, Oct. It. After being
out only a brief time, the jury this
afternoon returned a verdict of not
guilty against Mayor Hell of this city,
charged with conspiracy to corrupt the
Marion county elections. He was in
dicted with torn Tuggurt, democratic
national committeeman nnd ubout IdO
NEW STEAMSHIP FOR HONOLULU.
Sail Kriineisco, Oct. 11. Contract for
a new Miitson line steamer, to be put
in service between San Francisco and
Honolulu, has bien let and work on the
scd will begin soon, according to an
announcement today by aptain Wil
The vessel will cost approximately
1,000,000, and will be r ly for ner-
vice the latter purl of 1017.
Always Watch This
FOR THE WOODSMAN
We have all kinds of Axes, Sledges, Wedges, Muws und Equipments
for the woods.
All kinds of Corrugated Iron for both Roofs and Buildings.
A good IH00.00 Laundry Mangel, slightly used for ono fuurlli original
A Woodsaw complete for sulo or will trade.
Two Ponies and Harness at u price that will surprise you.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
The House of Half a Million Burgalns.
302 North Commercial Mtreet, . IMione 80S.
This is the real weather for
Overcoats, and you can depend
on it that it will get worse.
Remember we have every
thing you can wish for in good
warm Underwear both in
UNION SUITS & TWO PIECE
Just the thing that will prevent
you from catching cold.
"We have the very latest cloth
ing to suit the most particular
buyer at prices that are aston
CREAM FOR CATARRH
OPENS UP NOSTRILS
Tells How To Get Ouiek Relief
from Head-Colds. Us Splendid!
In one minute your clogged nostrili
w ill open, the air pussages of your hea-i
will clour and you can breathe freely.
No more hawking, snuffling, blowing,
hcailaclie, dryness. No, struggling for
breath at night; your cold or catarrh
will be gone.
(let a small bottle of Kly 's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a , little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream In your nostrils. It pen
etrates through every uir passage of the
head, soothes thet Hummed or swollen
mucous ineinbrnne and relief comes in
It's just fine, Don't stay stuf't'ed iip
with u cold or nasty catarrh Relief
conies so uickly.
CAMPBKLI, At tho residence, l.tll
Court street, October II, 101-1, Mim.
Thomas K; ( iiiupbell, ut tho ugo qi'
She was the wife of Thomas K.
Campbell, cniuiubisioiier of the public
service commission, and was born ut.
Columbus, Ohio. Later she lived at.
l..,veuworth, Kuu'tiii, where she wn i
married. Surviving her -besides tho
mini, an, I are six children: Thouias, Ma
rie, (lertiu.le, Catherine, William und
1)1, 'an, ir. As yei no I'u nc ml nriang.i
niciita have been made.
HE SHOULD HIRE A LAWYER
Oukville, W'ush., Oct. II. A. P. Wit
son, attorney, was fined 1 5 an. I cost i
by Justice of the Peace I'ettljohn foe
using his automobile us a jitney with
out a license, Wilson drove his nn'
chine to convey a party of clients ro
the county scat. He then charged them
for the trip.
You nnt urn My feel secure when yo i
know that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp llool,
the great kidney, liver and bladder rem
civ, is absolutely pure and contains no
harmful or habit producing drugs,
The n. staii. laid of purity, strength
and excellence, prescribed by Dr. Kil
mer many years ugo, is iiiaiutnim:.l in
every bottle of Swiiinp-lloot.
Swamp -Knot is scientifically com
pounded from vegetable herbs. It is not
a stimulant and is taken in teaspoon
ful doses. It is not recommended for
everything. According to verified tcs
timoiiy it is nature's greut helper in re
Moving and overcoming kidney, liv.r
and bladder troubles.
If you suffer, don't delay another
day. (io to your iicurcHt druggist now
ami get a bottle. All drug stores sell H
iu two sizes fifty cents und on.) dol
lar. However, if you wish first to try thi i
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer a Co., Itiiighiiiiitoii, N, V., for u
Mimple bottle. When writing be sure
and mention the Saleiii Daily Capital
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