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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOI RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1915.
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291 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET
Veterans Reunion Recalls
Deeds of the Second Oregon
The reunion of tlio Marion County
Veteran association which begun at the
nrmory this afternoon and in which the
SpaniBh-Amorirnn War veterans are
taking an ne.tivo part recalls the Hec
Con Oregon Volunteer Regiment which
did yoomau service in the I'hilipplue
Islands. A copy of "The American"
jirlnted in Manila June 1, lHl'l, upon
the departure of tlio Second Oregon
for home and contains a full history of
the regiment and its achievements in
Editorially the "American" says:
"In another column will be found u
complete, and wo believe, the most
correct ond reliable history of the
Hecond Oregon regiment ever written.
It hnn not been necessary to resort to
the imagination in writing this r.rtiele,
the plain unvarnished facts being suf
ficient. Tho regiment has seen serv
ice upon every firing lino since tlio
opening of hostilities with the insurg
ents, nnd it deserves every word of
credit that lins been bestowed upon it.
not only by the general officers under
DISCOVERY IN CHEMISTRY
Tills is ft recent discovery of Doctor
Pieron, who Is bead of the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo,
N. Y, Experiments at Doctor Plorce'j
Hospital for several yonrs proved Mint
Micro is no other eliminator of urio acid
that can be compared to It, For those
easily rocognined symptoms of inllnm
nation as backacho, scalding urine
nnd froqiUHit urination, as well as sedi
ment in the urine, or If urio acid In the
Mood has caused rheumatism, it is
nimply wonderful bow surely "Amirio"
nets. The best of results are always
obtained in oases of acuta rheumatism
in the joints, in gravel and gout, and
invariably the pains and stiffness which
no frequently and persistently accom
pany the disease rapidly disappear.
(Jo to your nearest drug store and
Dimply ask for a 60-oont pnoknge of
"Anurlc," manufactured by Dr. l'lcrce,
or send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce for a
large trial package. If you suspect
kidney or bladder troublo, send him
nample of your water and describe
nymptoms. Doctor l'loroe's chemist
will examine it, then Dr. Pierce will
report to you, without too or charge,
l Notk i French scientists alllnu that
"Anuric" is thirty-seven times more
nctive than lithin In eliminating urio
acid, and is harmless but reliable
chemical compound that way be safely
given to children, but should be used
only by grown-ups who actually wish to
restore their kidneys to perfect health,
tiy conscientiously using one boi or
more In extreme casus as "Anurio"
( thanks to Doctor Pierce's achievement)
U by tar the most porfeot kidney and
ladilur corrector obtainable,
I)r. rioroe's Pellets are the original
little Mrer Pills, Out Utile PoUoJ for
p, laaativethrci for oaUurtiOi
whim they have sewed but by the peo
ple and tlio press.
Tho people of the home state have
reasou to bo proud of their soldiers and
as the boys always held a warm place
in the hearts of the people, they will
undoubtedly receive a warm welcome
upon their return homo,"
Tha copy of the "American" was
among tho possessions of J. E, Moore,
of this eitv, who served as trumpeter In
Light Buttery J Sixth Artillery during
the war. He brought the paper to light
nnd as Company K, of Kultvn, and Com
pany M of Woodburn, tlio two Marion
county companies in the regiment re
ceive particular mention part of the
article is reprinted:
"Its duty done, fame complete, nud
with the proud consciousness of its ach
ievements, the Oregon regiment has re
turned to the city to embark for the
long voyage to its emerald home fur
away in tho northwest. Every heart In
the sturdy breasts beats with Joy. The
boys have labored long and well in
the field of warj they have followed
their gallant colonel through danger
and toil; they havo freely offered tho
great sacrifice and now turn gaunt
faces again to tho east. They were the
first to put foot on Luzon noil after tho
great Dewey's men, and, save the As
ter battery, nre the first to return to
the I'nlteii States fn.d the Philippines.
The ' pleasure that is now theirs is
slimed by every soldier of the corps,
for envy does not mar the fellowship
for the brave Americans who have
struggled side by side in the weary
some work of establishing law and or
der In the turbulent nrchipcllgo,
"Oregoniiiiis have cause to be proud
of the ragged cnnimnnd that Colonel
Hummers marched Into the city Hntur
iliiy, even the tuition finds pleasure in
owning it. The Hecond Oregon has
amply illustrated what a figuring re
serve peacefully bears the yoko of civil
life lu the great Ainerirau republic, u
other regiments of the Eighth Army
Corps have done nnd nre doing. Intel
ligent, reasoning men can be strong in
pence nnd terrible In war, Hlnce June
ill), 1SIIS, tho Oregon volunteers have
adjusted themselves to every phase of
military life that test the soldier, lu
tho field of danger, on tho march, lu
the depressing langour of garrison lifo,
In disappointment or restlessness, there
always has been the highest evidence of
soldiery qualities. A splendid recogni
tion by the government Is found in the
honors' of general now worn by Colonel
Hummers, and tho profuse pYalso for the
colonel and his regiment by every com
mander under which, they served."
Tho article goes on to review the
fights In which the Hecond Oregon took
part and from the record jrlveu Com
pany M, of Woodhurn, and Company K,
of this city, saw plenty of scrapping
with the wily Flllpl nos, A number of
the nien woro wounded and three men
of the Woodr.urn company were killed,
Privates Henry Payne, Edward Hoff
man and Joseph Berry of Compnur M
were all left In the Islands though Com
pany K was more fortunato in this re
spect. Thnoe wounded in action were
Corporal Fred V. Bowne, Company M
George C, Snyder, Company Kj Private
QUEER QUIRKS QUICKLY
Denver, Doc. 2. Divorced
wives are clnBBed as "Strang-
crs" to their ox-husbands un-
der tho Colorado inheritance
Los Angoles, Dee. 2. With
binoculars Captain Jack Henry,
retided skipper who lives in the
wilderness of Los Floros can-
' yon in the Hunt a Monica moun-
tains, makes out the license
numbers on automobiles miles
away, looks up tho owner's
name and address lu his state He
license book and mystifies the
stranger when ho drives up by
greeting him by name.
Cleveland, Dec. 2. Milady's
dimities, says Dr. Martin Fred-
crick of tho eitp medical staff,
"aro defects caused by faulty
construction or weakness of the
Willinm F. Schwarz, Company K. Priv
ates Brady F. Burnett, Leon 0. Hoi
laud, John Blosser, Emmet Cosper, A, J.
Califf nnd Edward Jaques, Frauk E.
Edwards, Everett. B. Millard and Ar
thur Pollen, all of Company M. Corpor
al Kdgur Chamberlin, Private William
Hmith and Sargeant Edward Colgan all
of Company K, were ulso wounded in
WASHING WON'T RID
HEAD OF DANDRUFF
Coach Dietz Says 0. A. C. Was
Spiritless and Had But
little Fight In Them
Portland, Ore., Dec. 12. Skill and
finish in every department of the tame
enabled Syracuse university to defeat
O. A. C. 28 to 0 yesterday. This was
the opinion of experts today. The Ag
gies were outgeneraled and outplayed,
it was conceded. - ..
The Syracuao team left for Los An
geles at midnight, where the Occidental
college will be played.
According to W. il. Dietz, the miracle
coach of Washington State college, the
decisive score was due to the Aggies'
lacR or lighting spirit. They came onto
the field llatfooted and spiritless, while
the Syracuse players ran and leaped
in tneir excess or ginger.
Coach Stewart of the Aggies said
that he had no excuses to offer but
was sorry that his players had not been
in better physical condition. He ad
mitted that Syracuse showed more
power than he expected.
The Aggies opposition was nothine
compared to that Syracuse encountered
in the six to six game with .Montana
Thanksgiving, Coach O'Neil of the east
ern team said.
After the game Referee Varnell of
Spokane, said that Washington State
college, with its sudden shifts, could
have met Syracuse on a very even foot
ing. Will Bar Freshman.
Berkeley, Cal., Dec. 2. Leland Stan
ford university must yield and accept
California's demands that freshmen be
barred from athletic conferences, or th!
Berkeley and Palo Alto institutions
will never ngain meet in athletic con
tests. This is final.
This was the result as summed up to
day of the action of the student body
of the University of California yester
day in repecting Stanford's proposal to
arbitrate the essential athletic differ
ences between the two California uni
versities. The vote on tho proposition
was unanimous to uphold the hands of
the athletic representatives of the Blue
and flold in their determination not to
permit first year men to engage in con
tests with the university.
President Wilson of the student body
today forwarded to the Stanford stu
dents a letter couched in language of
the utmost politeness and friendliness
declining the Stanford proposal.
"We hold you to be our friends,"
read the letter, "and if you desire to
have our respective intercollegiate
agreement committees meet for negotia
tions consistent with our intercollegiate
athletic policy as outlined in this let
ter, we shall be glad to instruct our rep
May Cause a Split.
Portland, Ore., Dee. 2. When the Pa
cific Northwest conference met here
today there was a possibility that a
new Pacific Coast conference to include
tho Universities of California, Oregon
anj Washington and the Oregon Agri
cultural collego would be formed. In
this event Washington State, Whitman,
Idaho, Qonznga and Montana would
have not yet yielded to this rule, and
if they do not do so, a split may oc
cur. Washington, Oregon nnd the Oregon
Agricultural college favor the rule pre
venting freshmen playing on athletic
teems. Washington State, Whitman and
Idaho have not yet yielded to this rule,
and if they do not do so, a split may
CLOTHING AND SHOES
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AT BIG REDUCTIONS.
Ladies' Hats, val to $1.50, now $2.25 i
Ladies' Hats from .50c up I
Ladies' Hats, vaL to $7.50, now $2.25 ::
LADIES' OUTING FLANNE GOWNS !!
50c Gowns now . . . .... 40c
75c Gowns now 60c
$1.00 Gowns now 80c
$1.25 Gowns now ...95c
PERCALE HOUSE DRESSES
$1.25 now ,...90c
$1.50 now $1.15
65c now 49c
$1.00 now .... 85c
$1.25 now ...95c
One line of $1.25 now 85c
FLANNELETTE HOUSE DRESSES
$1.25 now 90c
$1.50 new ..$1.15
Large assortment, all linen, fine as
sortment, dainty patterns; prices 50c,
35c, 25c, 15c, 10c, 5c. Some 25c Hand
kerchiefs half price, 12 'c.
Every one a special good value.
240-246 North Commercial St.
Tho only sure wuy to get rid of dand
ruff Is to dissolvo it, then you destroy
it entirely. To do this, get about four
ounces of ordinary liquid nrvon; apply
it at night when retiring; use enough
to moisten tho scalp nnd rub it in gent
ly with the finger tips.
Do this tonight, and by morning,
most if not till, of your dandruff will
be gone, and three or four more applica
tions will completely dissolve and en
tirely destroy every single sign and
truce of it, no mutter how much dand
ruff you may hnve.
You will 1 i nil , too, that all itching
and digging of the sculp will stop at
once, n.id your hair will be fluffy, lus
trous, glossy, silky and soft, nnd look
and feel a hundred times better,
Yeu cr.n get liquid urvon nt any drug
store. It is inexpensive and never fails
to do the work,
Oregon High School
All-Star Team Chosen
Albany, Or., Dec. 2. Conch Clarence
P. Stevens, of Albany high school, has
picked an all-Oregon' high school foot
ball team, lie hits witnessed almost
every high school tenm In the state in
action this year, nnd his selections are
the result of his judgment of their abil
ity, His tenm follows.
Player Posltlou . School
Olll UK Balem
Thtteker L-T Albany
linngrell 1, (J ' Baker
Davis C Albany
Walker 11 0 Wash. High
Newman R T Eugene
Miller KK Albany
Ornsvenor Q Halein
Allen Lit Columbia
Strowbrldgo .... R II Wash. High
Steers P....: The Dalles
BIO BUrrBAOETTE PETITION
Washington, Dee. 2. The suffragists
bearing across country from Ban Fran
Cisco to President Wilson a gigantic
proiuffrngo petition will be granted an
early hearing bofore the houso Judiciary
committee, Chairman Webb Indicated
today. Other women will loin with
Mis Frances Jolllffe and Airs. Sarah
Bard Field, tho envoya, in pleading the
case of tha federal suffrage amendment.
Billy Jordan Seriously M.
Ran Francisco, Dec. 2. Friends of
Billy Jordnn, the veteran fight an
nouncer, were fearful today that he
would succumb to nn illness which at
tacked him yesterday in his apartment
here. On account of his 83 years, physi
cians said Jordan would have to be ex
ceedingly careful or tho illness might
result sorlously. Ho will be removed
to a hospital today or tomorrow.
No Post Season Game.
Ithaca, N. Y., Dec. 2. There will be
no game between Cornell nnd PittHburg
universities to settlo the mooted east
ern football championship. The Cor
nell faculty will not permit such n
post season contest, it was announced
To Fight for Title.
New York, Dec. 2. Representatives
(f Lightweight Champion Freddie
Welsh and Charlie White, the Chicago
challenger, are expected to meet here
this afternoon to sign articles for a 20
round title battle. The bout will be
staged before the club making the
best offer. Promoters In Denver, New
Orleans and Bun Diego will be bidders,
it is expected,
Hurry Pollock, Welsh's manager, has
announced his willingness for his pro
tege to risk his crowu, but he must get
the price he demands. This, it is un
derstood, will be a $15,000 guarantee,
with a proviso which would give the
champion a fraction of all receipts over
1 certain amount.
Each college in the conference hail
delegates at the meeting and by invita
tion California and Stanford were rop-ronented,
YES-IT IS POSSIBLE
TO STOP RHEUMATISM
Rheumatism is a tormenting and
stubborn malady, la some cases it
yields to treatment which is without
avail in other cases.
The darting pains, lame muscles or
stiffened joints only disappear by grad
ually expelling the uric acid, and to
many thousands have been relieved by
the blood-enriching oil-food in Scott's
Emulsion that you should give it a
faithful trial. Scott's Emulsion acts as
a powerful blood-purifier by increasing
the red corpuscles and it strengthens
the organs to carry off, the adds which
cause the trouble.
Try Bcott's Emulsion. It cannot harm.
It has helped thousands and may be ex
actly what you need. No Alcohol,
Bivtl 4k ftJirni, lloomStht, W.J. U-M
A Physician's Advice.
TnlSno.Hnn and nraeticallv all
forms of Btomach trouble, about nino
tan am rillA tft hVDeracid
.lAmonli oiiffprara should
whenever possible, avoid, eating food
that is acid in its naiuro, or mhu uj
chemical action in me siomucu ur
ops aciditv. Unfortunately, such a rule
eliminates most foods which are pleas-
.... 11 n.U!nl,
ant to the taste as wen mum "
are rich in blood, flesh and nerve build
:n n.nnoTtina Thin is the reason why
dyspeptics and stomach sufferers are
usually so mm, eniaciaiuu huu iui
in that vital energy which can only
fvnm a woli fed bodv. For the
benefit of those sufferers who have
bocn obliged to cxcludo trom tneir vuei
all starchy, sweet or fatty food, and
nrA t,-vit,(r in keen un a miserable ex-
istance on gluten "-oducts, I would
suggest that you try a moai oi au;
tnnra u.1,i,h v(n likr. in moderate am
llUIID ....... J ,
ount, taking immediately, afterwards a
touspoonful of bisurated magnesia in
a little hot or cold water. This will
neutralize any excess acid w.ncn may
i.A n.aad-1 m u'l-ieh mar hA formed.
and instcaa of the usual feeling of un-
easiness ana iiuiness, you win nuu uuu
thut your food agrees with you per-
fnnti' T Irnnur nf linthino bottOr than
plain bisurated magnesia as a food cor
rective and antacid. It has no direct
action on the stomach; but by neutral
izing the acidity of the food contents,
,! .I,,,., rnmnvinor ttlA MOUrCO of the
acid irritation which inflames the deli
cate stomach lining, it does more man
could possiblv be done by any drug or
medicine that acts upon the stomach
lining (lather than the Btomach aon-
tents. As a pnysician, i dpiibvb hi his
use of medicine whenever necessary,
hut T mimt ml iii it that I cannot Bee the
senso oi dosing an inflamed and irri
tated stomacn wun crags iiibmhu m
getting rid of the acid the cause of
all the trouble. Oet a little bisurated
magnesia, ns directed above an-1 see if
I'm not right."
Eight Teams Chosen
For Commercial League
Series at Y. M. C. A.
The eniitains of the eight teams in
tho commercial basketball league have
chosen tneir teams nnd practice will
begin in tho nenr future. All or tao
games will be played at tho Y. M. C. A.
gmy ns last year aiid the race promises
to be a hot one from the start. Kach
team will bo made up of eight men as
Capital National Bniik--R. C. Baker,
captain, lien Williams, wiiuatu .osei,
,)oo Carver, Floyd Hoyce, John Marr,
Lake Price, Cornelius Jopscn,
Balem Woolen Mill Store Harry
Kellis. captain. Glen Aekorman, Harry
Beamstcr. Henry Ratcliff, Wolcott Du
ron, Dave Ramseyer, Philip Ringlo,
Not Named Murry Hart, captain,
Dean Curtis, U. Alrord, iTed isoidor
kromb, Harry Willie, Clarence Bays, C.
Ward Davis. James Gardner,
The Price Bhoe t'ompanp Nicx KNll,
captain, Dr. F. L. Utter, Chestor Mof
fitt, Cecil Bhnfcr, Walter Lelsa, Hen
Iiamseyer, Herbert Welch, Earl Sum
Hauscr Bros. Warren Welborn, cap
tain, George Manning, Orrla Fry, M. J.
DoL-app, Alonzo Miller, Armln Berger,
Charles Deiiew, Glon Pierce.
Wntt Bhipp Company Fred Oahls
dorf. captain, Allan Carson, Byron
Goodenough, Heod Rowland, James
Monrman, Ed Humphrey, Jake Fuhrer.
Capital Business College Mclntyre,
captain, Claud Bteusloff, Milton Turn
er, Ben Mlnton, Milton Cox, Charles
Kavanaugb, Nathan Mueller, Miller
Not Named Tom Wood, captain,
Claude Hill, Joe Mlnton, Lawrence
Thrapp, Robertson Brooks, Pleasant
Whitney, William Duttoa, Edward
MRS. MILLER ACQUITTED.
Portland, Or., Dec. 2.After a trial
lasting six days, Mrs. Daisy Miller is
freed today of the charge of burning
her home for the insurance money. The
jury roturned a verdict of not guilty.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF
HEARING OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby given that the final
account of Noah Welch as administra
tor of the estate of Frank G. Welch,
deceased, has been filed in Itho County
Court of Marion County, State of Oro
gon, and thnt the 13th day of Decem
ber, 1915, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. in., has been duly appointed by such
Court for the hearing of objections to
such final account and the settlement
thereof, at which time any person in
terested in such estate may appear and
filo objections thereto in writing and
contest the same.
Administrator of the Estate.
SHERIFF'S BALE OF REAL PROP
ERTY ON FORECLOSURE.
Notice is horcby given, That by vir
tuo of an execution duly issued out of
the Circuit Court of tho State of Ore
gon, for the County of Marion and to
me directed on the 6th Jay of Novem
ber, 1915, upon a judgment and de
cree duly rendered, entored of record
and docketed in and by said Court on
tho 28th day of October, 1915, in a cor
tain suit then in said Court pending,
wheroin R. A. Cavanaugh was plaintiff
and Richard Dakin, a minor, 0. A. Lee
and J. M. Lee were defendants in favor
of plaintiff and against Biiid defendants
by which execution I am commanded
to soil the property in said execution
and hereinafter described to pay the
sum due the plaintiff of Eighteen Hun
dred ($1,800.00) Dollars, with interest
thereon nt the rate of 7 per cent per
annum from tlio 0th day of September,
1911, until paid and the further sum of
One Hundred Fifty ($150.00) Dollars,
attorney's foes together with the costs
and disbursements of said suit taxed at
Thirty soven and 15-100 ($37.15) Dol
lars and costs and oxpenses of said
execution, I will on Saturday, tho 11th
day of December, 1915, nt the hour of
11 o'clock A. M. of snid day at tho
west door of tho County Court nouso in
Marion County, Oregon, sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash
in hand on tho day of sale, all the right,
title, interest and estate which said
dofendnnts and all persons clnlming un
der thorn subsequent to the date of the
mortgage heroin foreclosed in, of and to
said premises hereinbefore mentioned
are described in snid execution as fol
lows, to-wit: Beginning at the quarter
section corner between Section 6, in
Township 9, South Range 2 West of the
Willamette Meridian, and Section 32, in
Township 8, South Rnngo 2 West Wil
lamette Meridian, Marion County, Ore
gon; thence South 11.19 chains to the
oentor of tho county road running be
tween the place of Ililloary and Miller:
thence South 80 degrees 48 minutes
West 15.80 chains following the center
of said county road to the center of a
water ditch; thence North 9 degrees 15
minutes Wost 14.08 chains to the town
ship line between townships 8 and 9
above described; thence South 89 de
crees 44 minutes V.nat. 17 fin
' " - w..un ,v
the place of beginning.
Baia sale being made subject to re
demption in tho manner provided by
Dnter this fith .lnv ' r.f -
" WM. E8CH,
Sheriff nt Hfnrinn Cnimti n.nA.
By W. I. NEEDHAM,
NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING.
Estate of John CarmlchaeL Deceased.
nonce is nereDy given that William
Boll, the duly appointed qualified and
acting administrator, with the will an
nexed, nf thn flntntn nt .T.V.n rL...:..t.
aol, deceased, has rondorcd and present-
ou ior seuicmeni, ana rued in the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Marion County, his final report and
account in the matter of the estate of
said deceased, nnd the said Oonrt ha
by order nppointod Friday the 17th day
of December, 1915, at 9 o'clock a. m.
for the hoaring of objections to the snid
final report and account, and a settle
Dated nnd first published this 18th
day of November, 1915.
ADMINISTRATOR'S OR "EX
ECUTOR'S NOTICE OF HEAR
ING OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given that the final
account of Caroline be lee as adminis-.
tratrix of 1he CBtnte of Fred W. Soele,
deceased, has been filed in the County
Court of Marion County, State of Ore
gon, and that the 27th day of Decem
ber, 1915, at the hour of 9 o'clock a.
m.. has been dtllv annninteil hv mntH
Court for the hearing of objections to
nucu iniui account ana tno settlement
thereof, nt which time any person in
terested in such estate may appear and
filo objections thereto in writing and
contest tho same.
Administratrix of the Estate.
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES.
The Oregon State Board of Control
will rocciva scaled bids for furnishing
supplies to tho various Btate institu
tions on December Kith, 1915, at 2 p.
m., consisting of drygoods, clothing,
furnishings, groceries, shoes, hardware,
brooms, drugs, paints, oils, stationery,
crockery, plumbing, etc., for tho semi
annual period ending June 30th, 191(1.
Specifications and schedules will be
furnished upon application to the sec
retary, at Salem, Oregon, also from th
Trade nud Commerce Bureau, Chamber
of Commerce, Fortlnnd, Oregon. Kaehi
bid to be accompanied by a certified
cheek in the sum of 10 per cent of th
whole amount of bid, payable to the
Oregon State Board of Control, to be
hold as a guarantee of the faithful
performance of the contract, Tho Board
reserves the right to reject any or all
bids or to accept any part of a bid.
B. B. OOODIN, Secretary,
Oregon State Board of CoitroL
Always Watch This Ad-
r UK lHli WUUUSMAIN
We have all kinds of Axes, Sledges, Wedges, Sawi and Equipments
(or tha woods.
All kinds of Corrugated Iron for both Eoofa and Bulldlnm.
A good $800.00 Laundry Mangel, slightly used for one-fourth trlginal
$18 AND 130 NEW OVERCOATS AT $5.00.
Z pay 1 1-9 cents per pound for old rag.
Z pay highest pries for bides and for.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
The House of Half a Million Bargains.
501 North Commercial Street. Ptrnne UAH