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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, 1915,
QUICK RELIEF FROM
Social and Personal
The Ladies Aid of the Leslie M. E,
caurch held a tea today at the home of
jars. Mason iiisnop, JJ40 South Com
menial street. The afternoon was
devoted to the making of attractive
and useful articles for the bazaar which
will take place December the first in
the church. The committee in charge
or tea were: Mrs. Hisflop, Mrs. Kight
lingor, Mrs. Ingery and Mrs. Kooro
man. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Sutherland
spent the week end in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ball, of Port
land, former well known residents of
tialem, have recently moved to Spo
kane. The Balls aro domiciled at the
Hotel Davenport. Mr. liall is ongagod
in tho automobilo business in that city.
Much interest is being manifested by
Hal em peoole over the likelihood of ob
' taining tho three great musical artiBts
this winter: Gndski, Ossip and Clara
GabrilowitBck, and Do Gorgoza. Musical
lovers are zealously working to mako
this a success. About one hundred
atrona and patronesses have gonerous
T offered to assist Mis Magors in tine
aale of tickets.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers returned
home Monday from a fortnight's visit
to San Francisco. While thero, they
were dolightfnlly entertained for sev
eral days by Mrs. Charles Gray at the
The Cherry City Thimble club met.
Thursday afternoon at tho homo of
Mrs. H. P. Marsh, on which occasion
E6W Offirnm WIlrA flltntnil fn inn
ing. year. Mrs. .1. K. Prnnk, president,
and Mrs. H. i'. Marsh, treasurer. The
Tooms were prettily decorated with
Dink rnflfiH nml nntiinni lonvfla Tl,..
, ...... ....v 1. i.u,.-. juum
present were: Mrs. W. It. McAlvin,!
-wrs. Donaldson, Wis. J. JS. Jrunk, Mrs.
Frank Muko, Mrs. Grant Fluke, Mrs.
Gloason, Mrs. Ilrietzko and Mrs. Marsh.
The Oregon Federation of Woman's
flubs has sent a telegram to President
Wilson asking that tho United States
eo-oparate wilh other. neutral govern
ments in calling a conference of neu
tral nations, which would constitute a
voluntary court of continuous media
tion, invito suggestions from wnrring
nations, and in any case suhinit simul
taneously to them reusoniililo proposals
Mrs. S. 0. Dyer left this afternoon
for Kugene where she will remain this
winter as houso mother at tho Kappa
Kappa Gamma sororitv.
Mr. and Mrs. Haven tlnllngher and
sons, Milton and Meril, of Dninlns, Min
nesota, have arrived in Nnlcin to be the
gnosis of Mrs. Gallagher's mother,
Mrs. J, A. Heath, at her home, Still
.North Twelfth street, for an indefinite
visit. Mr. Gallagher lias extensive
farming interests iu the mid. lie wost.
Mrs. Lee Kteinor spent last week in
Portland visiting with her sister, Mrs.
W. 0. Keron.
M.rs. K. B. Houston, who has been
Visiting in Portland during tho post
Week, returned Inst night.
The Loyal Woman's class of the
I'irst Christian church, will meet
Thursday afternoou at the homo of Mrs.
J). I). Olmsteud on LM5 Union street
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Davidson, of
Brownsville, spent the week with Mr.
Davidson's mother, Mrs. A. V. David
Bon, on South Commercial street.
Mrs. Flbort Thompson had as her
week end guests, Mrs. Ilonald Allison
nd Mrs. (Juice Kvnns, of Portland.
Laurence liefer motored to Portland
during the week, returning Saturday.
Tho extension work of the Oregon
Congress of Mothers, under the leader
ship of the newly elected president,
Mrs. George W. McMath, is progress
ing satisfactorily. Mrs. XeMiilh is
recently from McMinnville, where she
avo lectures on the value of I he work
of tho congress, ami today she went, to
Ontario to attend the coin show which
is being held there. She will be in
chargo of tho exhibit, iiindo by the
! parents' educational bureau and will
make several informal talks.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Miles are expected
home today after a several week so
journ in California. While south they
visited with friends and son, Roderic,
woo is attending Stanford university.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bishon returned
Monday after a deliehtful visit with
Mr. Bishop's sister, Mrs. J. N. Starr,
Miss Lucile Belle will return home
Sunday from California, whero she has
been tho guest of friends and rlatives
tor several weeks.
A meeting of ihn T?n1!if r'nmo will
be held tomorrow afternoon at the home
of Mrs. John Shipp on 255 Superior
street. The ladies of the G. A. H. are
very cordiullv invited.
Tnn Afnn.tnv nflnmnnn Mult wn 1a.
litrhtfllllv PntPrtnitlfxl nf tlm linmn
Mrs. Georgo Waters on Summer street.
Mrs. Neihflrt and son. of Kelso.
Washington, and Frank Mundinger, of
Couleo City, Washington, will be the
guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Clarence Mun
dinger, on Berry street.
Get Dr. Edwards'
Marion Palmer, of Silverton. is in the
Miss Edna Peetz is a Woodburn vis
C. II. Sawyer is in Silverton today,
Mrs. Georgo P. Putnam will leave this
i-vi'iung inr neno.
J. H. Foster was iu tho city yester
day, from Dallas.
Jerry Desart was in tho city yester
day, from Silverton.
it. L. Bradley was in tho city yes
terdny, from Falls City.
Chuunccy Bishop went to Portland
this morning on business.
F. L. Griffin, of Corvallis, was regis
tered at the Bligh yesterday.
Walter L. Spau'lding wag in Dallas
yesterday on legal business.
Miss Ruth Van Tassel, of Chemawa,
was a visitor here yesterday.
Attorney Dana H. Allen wns a busi
ness visitor in Albany yesterday.
Miss Marguerite Miles went to Port
land this morning on the Oregon Elec
tric. Mrs. S. L. McKco went to Woodburn
yesterday to spend a week with rela
tives. Miss Mabel Dove recently returned
from a three weeks' visit at Sail Fran
cisco. C. K. Spaulding was a passenger tlr
morning on the Oregon Electric for
Miss Hazel Scott was called to the
Dallas hospital today on professional
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Moores will sail
tomorrow from Flavel for Sim Francis
co on tho steamer Northern Pacific.
Tho steamer will go into drv dock nt
Sun Francisco until the 20th. of this
That Is the Joyful cry of thousands since
Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, the
substitute ior caiomeu
Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician for
17 years and calomel's old-time enemy.
discovered ine lormum iur uiive jnuieui
while treating patients ior enronio consti
pation and torpid livers.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not con.
tain calomel, but a healing, soothing vege
No trrlDlnir Is the "keynote" of these lit-
tie sugar-coated, olive-colored tablets. They
cause the bowels and liver to act normally.
They never force them to unnatural action.
If you have a "dark brown mouth" now
and then a bad breath a dull, tired feel
ing sick headache torpid liver and are
constipated, you H nna quicK, sure ana only
pleasant results irom one or two mtie ur.
Edwards' Olive Tablets at bedtime.
Thousands take one or two every night
just to keep right. Try them. 10c and 25c
per dox. All uruggists.
The Olive Tablet Company, Columbus, Q
Reviewed Pioneer History
and Pontics In Address
i Made Last Night
Secretary of Y. M.
Was Given Luncheon
John IT. Undd, secretary of bnvs
work for the Y. M. C. A. in' Oregon and
Idaho, was given a luncheon yesterday
noon by the several committees having
ill Churi'l, till, Mlllllt lll.tnl ll.Vu' ('.....
fere nee, to meet iu Salem November;
Besides general instructions to the
committee as to their part in the con
ference, plans were made for the father
aiiit sou banquet to lie held ou the
evening of Saturday, Novmber "7. It
is expected that the biimpuM will be
attended by at least linn, uml that it
may bo necessary to secure the armory
to accommodate the number. Governor
Withycoiubo will address this session
and a general program will follow the
At this dinner, efforts will lie made
'The liinneer wnmpn nP Hrtrnn .11.1
not sing, '1 Didn't Raise My Boy to Be
a Sflldier ' Iinr dill iha tnfln nrnnnU
ngainst preparedness," said Judge J.
C. Morefemd last evening in his ad
dress before the Pilgrim club of tho
Tracing the early history of the
Bill U. IJIC 111 lirn Tlinf fhn .In nfno
of the constitutional constitution had
neVPl llOAIl trnTisnrtltn.l on. I !... 1. ... -
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not known whether the original notes
were in existence.
ITn to IStvl, tho first settlors, coming
with Jason Len nnrl livinn in t.,;iaa u
low Salem, were under the laws of the
juini, occupation or r.ngland and this
country. An attempt for a constitu
tional convention was made in 1841,
again in 1843 and was voted down both
times. Finally the first territorial con
vention Wns in 1 fiJO n.1
, ... m, cviii
when the state hail but a, population of
uui.y mere was talk of state
Governor! Cnt frnn, Ihn no..
not in high favor with the pioneers, al-
inuugu uenerai inne, just from the
Moxitjan war, was well received. The
pioneers were great voters, said Mr.
Morcland, and politics was of the per
sonal kind, especially as the slavery is
fiiio was tiio great question on which
the voters divided.
In tho first territorial convention,
meeting in August, 1S57, there were
(SO members, of which 33 wero fanners
and 18 lawyers. In those days, caadi
dates traveled horseback over the coun
try, nbiiBing each other in their politic
al tnlks, but the best of friends and
bedfellows in tho evening.
In the first constitutional conven
tion, many favored slavery, but it was
finally submitted to tho people, along
witli the question as to whether free
negroes were to be admitted into the
state. Slavery lost by a large majority,
but the voto wa3 heavier against free
Oregon was admitted to the union by
a vote in thi TT. S
, a tn iu Iff
iilthoiiph in tho Iiouho of representatives
tlin majority whs only nix.
i no jinitfo was of the opinion tlmt
had t lit uriKinal nlcns rognnlinK taxa
tion. Un iirnvi.lo.l in ihn ufntn .,.,:
tution. been adhered to, thero would
not at. present lie qmto so many good
roads and fine buildings, but the bur
den nf taxation would bo materially
to secure the attendance of every boy
iu the city over IS years of age, as the
occasion will not be limited to those
who are delegates, or boys whose
fathers are not with them. Men who
are active in boys work are welcome
to the meeting, provided they are ac
companied by a boy over the age of 15.
The banquet committee, tho Iiov.
Jniiies I'dvin, I,, , Compton, A. ().
JSfl Walled in by wi.
Walled in by
AROUND the production of Sterling
Gum we provide a wall of cleanliness.
The factory itself is sunny spotless
through and through the model of its
kind flooded with daylight from morn
ing till night.
Throughout the manufacture of Sterl
ing no hand can touch it. Each morning
the men and girls in the Sterling factory
slip on clean white gloves freshly laun
dered. And they wear fresh-washed unir
forms and caps.
It is pleasant to keep this in mind as you
hunt the 7th point of Sterling excellence.
1 Crowded with flavor 4 Sterling purity
2 Velvety body NO GRIT 5 From a daylight factory
3 Cruitiblc-proof 6 Untouched by hands
Tke Sterling Cum Co., Inc.
Long Island City,
' Greater New York,
The- point dum
PEPPERMINT - RED WRAPPER
CINNAMON - BLUE WRAPPER
Suitable rewards for th
discovery of the 7th point
uitt he offered later.
Davidson and William Hemming, are
preparing to make this one of the larg
est boy'g meetings ever held in the
AGAJ.NNST CHINESE EGGS.
Portland, Or.. Nov. 10. Tho consti
tutionality of a statute reculntinir the
salo of imported eggs, and aimed
especially at tho Chineso product, was
upheld by Circuit Judge Gnntenbein
today. The stututo provides that mer
chants using or selling imported eggs
shall placard their establishments to
That's what you would get, sir, if we should take
oft' a button for every dollar we have taken oft
these suits. For the man who cares less about up-to-dateness
than quality, fit and service, here are
fifty or more suits that should meet his require
ments. We have taken these from our regular
stock not antiquated styles, remember, but last
season's models, which you could scarcely tell from
the present, and marked them down as follows:
$11.75 SUITS DOWN TO. . . ; .$ 9.40
$14.85 SUITS DOWN TO $11.85
$17.85 SUITS DOWN TO $14.00
$19.00 SUITS DOWN TO $15.20
$22.00 SUITS DOWN TO $17.60
COURT HOUSE NEWS
A suit to quiet title was filed today
in tho circuit court by listen O. Veason
against Lulu J. Veasen, Missoura A.
Hughes and husband. The land in-
ANOtCtl KINCAID CO.
C l O T H I I.
$5.00 Hats for $2.00
Every Velour Hat remaining in stock
must go. It's a chance to get one of the
best hats in the store at tne price of a
$2.75 AND $3.00 VELOURS. . .$1.50
$3.25 TO $5.00 VELOURS $2.00
that they cannot afford to be
ill. They must keep themselves
in the best of health at all
times. Most of all. the digest
ive system must be kept in
Rood working order. Knowing
the importance of this, many
women have derived help from
volved consists of a 13 acre tract near
Hubbard and the plaintiff alleges that
he is entitled to a fee simple title to
tho tract. It is further alleged that
I.ulu J. Veasen as tho widow and sole
heir to the estate of John Veasen, de
eased, refused to givo n deed to the
plaintiff but sold the land to Missoura
A. Hughes and husband. The plain
tiff seeks a deed and an injunction re
straining the defendants from entering
into possession of the land.
These safe, sure, vegetable pills
quickly right the conditions
that cause headache, languor,
constipation and biliousness..
They are free from habit-forming
drugs. They do not irri
tate or weaken the bowels.
Women find that relieving the
small ills promptly, prevents
the development of big ones.
They depend on Beecham's
Pills to tone, strengthen and
Keep Them Well
kMha al SwUI Vila, la Waa M Inn
SaMtwrwWn. k kara, IK, B.
Judge Kelly, of departmeat No. 1 of
the circuit court today overruled the
motion of the plaintiff's attorney in
the case of Grace Driscoll against Murk
S. fcskiff, a suit to recover dnmnges.
The plaintiff moved fur an order set
ting aside an order of the court requir
ing the plaintiff to pny court costs of
the defendant incurred before the filinj;
of a suppiiniental complnint. This mo
tion was overruled and the pliiintit.
was given until November 21) to file an
amended complaint nud the defendant
was allowed HI days in which to answer
to the uineuded complaint.
The rends and highways warrants
have been mailed out today by the
county clerk fur the month of October.
Tho total amount of the warrants drawn
on the roads and highways fund for
this month was $18,831.13. The general
warrants for the month which wero
mailed out yesterday amounted to
Is Now A Certainty
(Continued from page one.)
for All Age
Calm Unlet you any "tiORUCK'3" you may set Substitute
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Today, and Tomorrow
iiCi-Jj1 IBSEN'S IMMORTAL MASTERPIECE j
York, Oi tober .11, to Naples, with Jl-J
t'retic. of the White Star lino, Hus
ton, October 31, for Naples with 1038
Keport From Italy.
Koine, via Havre. Nov. 10. That
Americans are mining the missing of
the torpedoed Italian liuer Ancona's
list was learned definitely here today.
The vessel was torpedoed off Sardin
ia by an Austrian submarine.
This was the first direct word from
Italy since this morning. Presumably
the censor delayed tho message, which
explicitly stated that Aemrirniis are
missing, aiul definitely blames the tor
pedoing on an Aiistrinn submarine,
Herlln, by wireless to tnyville, L. ., ,
Nov. 10. An Austrian submarine sank
the Italian liner Anemia while she wis'
trying to escape, it was officially an-1
Minaced today, ou the strength of "re-'
liable information." Owing to the An-)
eona s effort to escape, toe submarine
uwii her guns.
"DESTINY" or "THE
SOUL OF A
A mnsterpieco of pictured allegory from the original document by
Anthony r. Kelly, directed by Edwin Carewe, which carries a sublimo
message to all people. "The Soul of a Womnn" the story of Slary
I'adman, her supreme sacrifice, her bitter tribulation and renunciation,
and the glorification of her final pa-sing, is a picture which arouses
the deepest emotion of the human heart.
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Shown In All Other Cities at Advanced Prices.
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