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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV. 5, 1915.
Social d Personal
OASOL a DIBBLE.
Miss Mary Binney, of Now York,
who has boon the house guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. George Palmer Putnam, for
the past month, left last evening for
Ban Francisco. Mies Binney will spend
woek in the Oregon building before
. going on to visit in the Grand Canyon.
Kh will be joined on the steamer by
her brothor, Edward Binney, who loft
several days ago. to visit the Bon no-
Tills hatcheries on the Columbia. Miss
Jiinncy was the inspiration for Hum
orous social attentions during her stay
in Salem. Last evening, Miss Binney
end Mrs. Putnam were dinner guests
t Mrs. iuirvcy Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. William McOilchrist
are entertaining as their guest, Charles
Havage, of Honolulu, a cousin of Mrs.
McOilchrist. Mr. Havago has been
upending his vacation on the const tour
ing California and Oregon. Prior to
his arrival in Sulem, ho passed somo
limo in HOuthern Oregon on a hunting
trip. Mr. Savage will return to Ilono-
Julu in Decembor.
One of the most enjoyable Hallow
e en irtics or tne season was given
at tne nomo or Airs, (in inn at her at
tractive new homo in east Salom. last
Saturday night. It was in the nature
of a masquerade and the gncBts were
Jnet t the door by witches, who usher
ed tnem into a dimly lighted room oc
cupied by ghosty. Music and dancing
were indulged in and later a dainty
luncheon was served. Thoso present
wore: juiss nnzei uarris, Miss Moryl
Whitney, Miss Veda Vaughn, Miss
Uracc Humphreys, Mus Certrude Ash
by, Miss Mao Edwnrds, Miss Harriet
Claggctt, Miss Selma Hartoz, Miss Hulh
Mcdeo, Miss Laura MeUee, Miss Wbst
lusky, Clifford flcsiior, Kalph Oesnor,
Frank Harris, l)olph flesncr Edwurd
Whitney, Orven Pnyslio, Fred Diew
man, Chester ITornor, Ray Hornor,
.Howard Grima, Claude Orinin, Hd liar
tor, Warren Wullaco, Mr. and Mrs. t
Bchrunk, Mr. and Mrs. Uobort Brown,
Mrs. W. J. Culver and Mr. and Mrs.
. Tho Lincoln School Pnrent-ToncJicre
association will hold their Novombor
meeting on Tuosdpy, November 9, at
tho school. Aa exceptionally good pro
gram nas Dcen nrrnnged and a largo nt
tendanco is anticipated.
Mrs. Harvey Wells left for Portland
this mominir on the Limited. Him will
tm joined over tho week ond by Mr.
Miss Helen Harris was hostess nt an
enjoyable Hnllowo'pn party Saturday
nvening ac ner country home nt Liberty.
Tho rooms werft iidoniod in autumn
leaves, with a black nnd yellow deco
rative scheme carried throughout. A
Chost awaited tho miosis' nrrivnl nt
tho head of the ntnirs nnd everything
presented a woird effect. Tho evening
w imsra wun siiiniiiie iinllowe on
game, music and fortune telling, lio-
Irosliinents woro served Inter, thnsn n.i
isting the ho:itofw i-. serving were Mirw
xtco ami mum IJuiinctto. The invitH
tional list included: .Misses Ida Gib
son, Mmlgo (lookiim, flentrice Diinnetto,
Mollio Freo, Lena Dntnnn, .lessio Gib
son, Ji'Ksi.3 Gilmer Kvel.vn Stevenson,
Jtuth Weaver, Lurlla Zosel, .lennie
Weaver, Martha Zosel, (Ihtdvs Stcven
ron, nirdio llnffitrn, Kdmi Holder,
Francis Kriibortz, Kal hcriiui Mize, Vio
Jet Hoffma'i, Caroline Kruberti!, Gladys
.lory, Helen Shaver, Messrs. Cnrl Gib
win, Walter Zosel, Holnnd .lory, KugMie
Orahoiiiiorst, Hay Rugglcn' Clarence
Holder, Willis Free, liny Gilmer, Eu
gene Gritloil, Arthur Slcveiison, Charles
Jtngirles, Oris HoITimir, Hubert Hold
er, Glenn Hohorls, Klton Hay, Dewoy
Hamel, Will Harris.
Attempt Made to
Wreck Owl Train
Ran Francisco, Nov. 5. -The north
bound Owl from Los Angeles narrow
ly escaped being ditched early today be
tween Mendoto niiil Ingle, near Fresno
in what is believed to have been a de
liberate attempt to wreck the train.
Three pieces of heavy steel lying
rross-wise on the trucks were passed
over safely by the engine and coaches.
The largest of the pieces was one riuiir-
tcr inch thick by three feet wide urn!
si feet long.
The Lurk was ditched near I'nso Holl
ies a month ago. A trainman was killed
and several injured when several of
tho cars left the tracks nnd plunged
down a steep emlmiilinieii. Rumors that
train wreckers were responsible were
then unread. , , ijtHjg
; PERSONALS t
A. B. Wood, of Cottage Grove, was
registered at the Bligh yesterday.
James G. Smith was in the city yes
terday on business from Silverton.
E. L. Klcmer, of Eugene, was in Sa
Attorney Walter L. Spnulding is in
Dallas today on lcgr.l business.
H. H. Bell, jud;:o cf Polk and Yam
hill countios, was in the city yesterday.
0. P. Wolford is here today from, Sil
verton. Fred M. Gcarin, of St. Paul, is in the
city today on business.
Miss llallia Mitchell is here thiswecit
visiting hor sister, Mrs. Fred S. Bynon.
Martin Smith, .of Silverton, was in
the city last evening on his way to
San Francisco for a month's visit.
B. C. Powell, of Portland, manager of
the Northwestern Hospital association,
is here today.
George Rose was a passenger tiis
morning on the Oregon electric for
Miss Franc Gilbert, of Portland, is
a guest at tho home of B. F. Pound,
91(1 North Twenty-first street.
Thomas Fennell, a prominent hop
man of Jiist Independence, was here
yesterday on business.
Barney Oldfield nnd wife, and Miss
Lillian Goodin, are hero visiting at the
home of It. B. Goodin.
L. J. Chapin left this morning for
Aumsville, to nttci l (he corn show to
bo held at that piece November 5 and
Mrs. L. H. Suter. of Knglewood. left
yesterday for Con it d, Iowa, in response
to a telegram announcing tho death of
Gcoigo K. Sche.tfer. of the New York
Lifo Insurance companv, with his wife
and Mrs. A. . Moore, motored to
Portland this morning. I
n. u. Trneon, or Kemlnlivillo, Indi- U ff J DIlM
ana, is in tho city visiting with his JUIUU (UiU VIUOICI
brother. M. G. Trnion. He is iust from
tho San Francisco exposition, nnd will
visit in this city about n month. I
J. 1. Simon nnd OO. Constable re
turned yesteday from a two days' visit
nt the Manufacturers nnd Land Pro
ducts show in Portlind. They report
the show much lr.rgcr and 'exhibits
much more complote than the one held
one year ago.
Mrs. Aselin Was Restored to
Health by Lydia E. Pink,
Minneapolis, Minn. "After my little
one was born I was sick- with pains in
my sides which the
doctors said were
, caused by inflamma
tion. I suffered a
great deal every
month and grew very
thin. I was under the
doctor's care for two
long years without
any benefit Finally
after repeated sug
gestions to try it we
got Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound. After tak
ing the third bottle of the Compound I
was able to do my housework and today
I am strong and healthy again. I will
answer letters if anyone wishes to know
about my case. " Mrs. Joseph Aselin,
606 Fourth Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful
drugs, and today holds the record of
being the most successful remedy we
know for woman's ills. If you need such
a medicine why don't you try it?
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound will help you.write
to Lydia E.Pinkham McdicineCo.
(confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad
vice. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and held in strict confidence.
: COURT HOUSE NEWS ;
Judge Kclley, of department number
1 of the circuit court, today over
ruled the motion for a change of venue
in the matter of the application of
Eva M. Wolfe for a widow's pension.
Attorney Walter M. Tooze, Jr., with
attorneva . W. O. Holmnn anil Turner
ii r...... n k in annaymg
widows who have am.lied for widow 's i itching and soothes quickly.
pensions and whose petitions have been
denied by the county court. The at
torneys then appealed from the action
Of the county court to tho circuit court
and asked for a trial by jury on the
FOR ITS EFFECT
To spread Postern over an angry,
itching eczema surface, makes ono feel
that here in reality is a healing ia
fluence which the affected skin de
mands. Every eczema sufferer should
kiiow how readily Poslam is able to re
lieve the suffering incidental to this
ailment of the skin. Poslam
Treatment is oftentimes very short,
an improvement may bo noticed every
day. Poelam is harmless. Use it with
confidence for pimples, rashes and sim
ilar eruptions! disorders.
A word about soap Poslam Soap,
merits of the widows' claims. Attor- mC(ii(.atei Poslam, is tho soap you
uvy ucuigo vr. uinKuam oim sbouKI use daily for toilet and bath.
Attorney Bingo who represented the i'or samples, send 4c stamps to Emer
county opposed the trial by jury on gency Laboratories, 32 W'cst 25th street
tho grounds that this was not an ac- New York City. Sold by all druggists
tion at law but a suit in equity and
that there were no disputed questions
of fact to be passed upon by a jury, eourt today alleging cruel and inhuman
Attorney Tooze argued that this was treatment. She states that her husband
an action at law and the petitioners threw her out of bed and told her in
were entitled to a jury trial. On the strong terms that she could no longer
grounds that Marion county taxpayers UP his grob. She asks tho right to
would not be qualified to sit upon a resume her maiden name of Effie L.
jury in these cases Tooze asked for a Libby. F. A. Boyington is attorney
change of venue, which was over- for the plaintiff.
ruled by the judge today. I
-i I August Kehrberger has brought suit
Sheriff Esch has returned from a trip against Johann Henke and Loiso henke
to Phoenix, Arizona, whero he was to collect money alleged due on a
called in the case of the state against promissory note for $2100. The note
Jennie Austin who is charged with ap- was secured by a mortgage on lot 1,
propnating funds held in trust for an block 59, city of Salem, and the plam-
estnto of which she was administrator tiff seeks foreclosure on a judgment in
to her use. The amount involved the sum of $2395.(17 with $225 as attor-
is about $250. Sheriff took requisition eys fees. James O. Hcltzel is attorney
papers from thigi Btate to Arizona but for the plaintiff.
governor nuni or Arizona reiuseu tu
left guard; Capt. Flegcl, right tackle;
Tobio, left tackle; Rexfurd, right end;
Says Labor Leader
Los Angeles, Cnl , Nov. 5. Olaf
Tveitmoe, San Frnncioeo labor lender
today characterized as "bluff and blus
ter" District Attorney Woolwino's as
sertion thnt the gmnd jury is conduct- j today. One of the applicants was born
ing a new investigation in connection in Pittsficld, Massachusetts but became
with the dynamiting of the Times huild-1 an English subject to secure a home-
honor the papers. Sheriff Esch in the
meantime, however, wasted no time and
after a long conference with Mrs.
Austin and her husband persuaded the
woman to come to Salem to stand trial
without requisition papers. She prom
ised and put up $5(10 bail to guarantee
her appearance in Salom at the January
term of court. Governor Hunt called
her up afterward and advised her that
he would never honor requisition papers
and that she could remain in safety
within the borders of Arizona. It ap
pears, though, that Mrs. Austin was tod
honorable to follow' the governor's ad
vice and will come to this state to un
tanglo the affair in court. Governor
Hunt will be remembered as the man
who saved the Mexican murderers from
Two applications for citizenship were
made at the office of the county clerk
ing, had questioned with about "Tveit
moo and otneis. "
Woolwino's statement wns mado in
WAR NEWS OF ONE
YEAR AGO TODAY
The Germans surrendered Ts-ing-tau.
The British cruiser
Good Hope, with Admiral Crnd
dock and 900 men, was official
ly reported lost in the Chilean
coast naval battle. Heavy
fighting at Ypres, and minor
advances on the whole front
were reported by France. The
British claimed a slackening
of the German offensive.
Germany claimed gains at Ypres
and St. Mihiel. "The greatest
victory thus far in the war, for
Russia," was Petrograd 's
designation of the battle of
Paroslaw, near Frzcmysl, with
5,000 Austrian prisoners. Turk
ish ships bombarded Batum.
the Strenuous Life
Some how, we don't hear so
much about Strenuosity as we
did several years ago, but that
is no sign that the Boy of to
day is less active. A good live
boy has little mercy on the
Clothes he wears, and so,
when you buy him a Suit or
Overcoat, look for the "Stuff''
that best matches a Strenuous
Bring us the Boys on Saturdays.
You will find that the Suits
and Overcoats we Fit them with,
have, not only the "Stuff," but
the Style that boys like. .
Two-piece Suits for Boys, ages
2'2 to 17 ytars, $2.65 to $7.65
Extra heavy Kcarsey with two
pairs of Knickerbocker, grey
or brown mixture
Good Warm Overcoats
$3.00 to $8.85
WOULD BAR NOEL.
Miller or Randall, left end; Irvine ontlio murder triul of M. A. Schmidt, al
Small, quarter; t Archibald, right liulf ;
Uliisler or Kmall, left liulf; Hendricks,
fullback. Tho game will be called at
leged Times dvncinited, when he do
ninndeil to know why defense witnesses
hr.d ben hailed before tho grand jury.
luilgo Willis refused to toruid tho
Miss Horcnee Tidowcll gnvo a short grand jury from interrogating defense
mm io i hp siuueiiTs tins morning on witnesses.
tho deaconess' work. She wns form
erly a V. P. S. student. She stated
that Willamette was more than she
had expected from what she had hcurd
of tho school.
Mr. Waller Winslnw, a prominent at
torney of Salem, will nddress the college
Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon in the
Wcbsterinn hull ut 2 p. m. Visitors are
welcomo to this meeting.
LAW IN FULL EFFECT
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 5. Without any
cmiTusion or nciny in snipping, tne l.n
Follette seamen's law is in full opera
tion here todnv.
The Alaska liner Humboldt wns the
TELLS BEAR STORY.
stead in Canada and now seeks rein
statement as a citizen of the great
country where he was born. The name
of tho applicant is Lester Church Wood- The following somewhat remarkable
ruff, a farmer of St. E'aul. James story is told in the Port Orford
O'Reilly, who was boru in Ireland but Tribune:
came to United States from liurbin, Last, week M. L. Barrett purchased
South Africa, was the second to apply a well-bred "varmint" dog from John
lor citizenship. He is a blacksmith re- Fromm Jr., in hopes that he can r"n;out i,itif uitv in trvinir to phi
' 'too familiar around his5 orchard audi
A marriage license was Issued today sheep on his Elk river farm. Mr. Bnr-
to Fred L. Hernardi, a plumber of this rett had been missing apples troin an
city, and Miss Martha Kapplcin, a orchard some little distance from the
Sulem clerk. i . house, and wns greatly surprised
come to the ground and cuff the sheep
awav, and eat what aprles no could
find" and then go back to the tree fori Los Angeles, C;l., Nov. 5. A sudden
more. The sheep -apparently had no m'k " Jumes W. Nod, of Indiana,
fear whatever of it. polir., special pronccutor in tne murder
m. . i triul of M. A. Schmidt, alleged Mci
THE SIRENS WINNING VOICE. Nairmrn accomplic ,' was launched to-
recently when he caught the thieves at
Effie L. Loos wants the matrimonial work. A tree was surrounded by sheep son and Nikola Tcsla. wero mentioned i
first vessel tn plenr insnectinn nn.l anil bonds loosened that ' tie her to Louie and in it was a black bear at work here toilav as likely recipients of the'
from this port under the new law. Loos and filed a suit in the circuit shaking out apples. Tho beur wouldjNobel prize in physics. j
lay by Xuto Coghlnii, of San Frunclseo,
San Francisco, Nov. 5 Though Vic . chief defense counsel. Coghlan do
tor Herberts orchestra at the exposi- mantled that Judge Willis bar Noel
tion can mako a mighty music, it lost from further participation in tho case,
ay The on tno grounti tnui ne is nor. a eiti.c
I.nn.l ni' the SkV Bine Water" airainsf of tho ali'to of i.ulrtornis, CRnrtot !)
tho competition ef tho mournful wail of gr.liy prosecute- hero, and that he hu')
the Alcatrnz fog siren. It hud to quit, never been admitted to the bur in this
state. Coghlu.'. reed air affidavit, show
MAY GET NOBEL PRIZES. j ing that, other murder cases hud been
reversed by higher courts because of
Copenhagen, Nov. 5. Thomas A. Kili- tho pari icip::tnrr or eutiide prosecutors,
i In. were mentioned i -
Having been recognized, will Carrau
za next touch us for a loan ?
Willamette will play Cliemnwa In
dians on tho W, V. football field tomor
row afternoon. Cliemnwa invariably
nss u strong last team nnd reports
iibvc ii nun tncy will play Willamette
a nose game wiien tiiey come tlnwii to
morrow. The W. U. team is in fine
tdinpo mid are getting a number of new
iiln'u tu.it.l.,.t ,.nt l'..M M... t
Pacific II. next Saturday at Forest imHH
(Irovo. Coach Mathews will givo all of HUH
Ins squad u clinnco to piny in tumor-1
tow's game to get for them all the ex-,
perienie possible. The line-up for
Willamette will probably be the follow-1
ing to open the gnme: li. Archibald,
fenter; Peterson, right guard : Hrnwn,!
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ying the Most Skepti
Infants and Invalids
The Food-Drink for all Arcs
Rich milk, malted (rain, in powder form.
Fot infants, invalid ui growini children.
Fun nutrition, upbuilding ts whole body.
lavigonttM nuning mothers ui the gd
Mortr beltliful than tee. or colfee.
Vnl you My "HOMIOICS"
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Imagine, if you can, buying good style $5 Shoes for $2.35, that's what we
are offering in our Women's department, and Men's Shoes at $2.95 to
$4.95, Our New Fall Styles, and don't forget that buying Reinhart's Shoes
means the best leathers and fittings and never are our prices marked up
for sales, the Shoes were cheap at our regular prices.
GET HERE TOMORROW OR YOU'LL REGRET IT This Sale Lasts Only Long Enough
to Raise a Certain Amount of Money.
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OrrOSITE WELLER BROS. GROCERY
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