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RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THE DAILY CAPITAL JOU FRIDAY, JAN, 21, 1916.
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Sporting Goods House Pre
pares for Return of Pros
perity by Enlarging
Price 11 61)
Tho Hauser Bros. Sporting Good
house will move front their present
quarters at 1.10 South Commercial
street to 372 State street about March
1 after their new building has been re
modeled. Their new location in In the
building owned by Joseph Thompson
and E. M. LnForc nnd will occupy tho
same room formerly occupied by the
jewelry storo of S." W. Thompson and
now occupied by the Poole Drug store.
The new building will be remodeled
to suit tho new tenants it a cost of
$2300 and modern nnd up to date fix
tures will bo installed throughout tho
building. Ono feature of the show
window is to bo a glass tank for dis
playing fish caught by Salem sports
men. Live fish can be placed in the
tank and will wiggle their fins in live
ly fashion where they formerly reposed
in tho gun storo window is a fishy
Tho firm of Hauser Tiros, -'as .been
established for 11 years in Salem dur
ing which , timo t'10 business lias
grown to ono of the lending stores in
tno valley anil n branch Uoiiso is main
tnined by Hauser Bros, iu Albany. The
stendy growth of the business nnd the
return of prosperity, tho forerunner of
winch is ilreaily felt, justified tne tirm
in moving to tho new location on State
street, whero a better arrangement of
tho stock may bo secured by the new
Tho repair shop of the firm will be
installed in tho rear of the building
and tho entranco to the shop will be
from tho alley as at the present store.
Wechtor & Ward have chargo of the
construction ind the contract for the
mill work will b let to one of the local
London The War office has
received the following from a
soldier's wife; "Sir My hus
band has gone to the Dande
lions, so will you please tell me
how to get his Elopment
money . "
Birmingham War weddings
have caused a dearth of wed
ding rings hero and mnnufactur
. ing jewelers are "up stump"
on account of tho scarify of
Petrograd .Kussinn soldiers
'wounded for the third tiino are
not sent back to the front, ac
cording to a new army ruling.
About Men Who Wrote
Patriotic Songs of Nations
(By I'nited Press.)
New York) .l.iu. "I. iFrnm data just
gathered by the Metropolitan Opera
company, those fuels are learned about I
patriotic icings familiar to nearly ev
eryone: 'The national song of the French, the
"Marseillaise,'' was composed by Hon
get do Lisle, A captain of engineers
iiuirterci at Strnshurg when the volun
teers of tho lins lthin received orders
ut join Lucknor's army. They had no
music, but at the suggest ion of Diet
rich, the mayor of . Stiusbnrg, Do Lisle
cniniinscd tiii song on the night of
April 'J4, 1 THJ. It w:ifl subsequently
WHY DO YOU SUFFER
Backaches, Headaches, Lumbago and
Rheumatic Pains Quickly Disap
pear Before New Remedy,
It is no longer necessary for any one
to suffer without effort to cure with
headachy, nil run-down feeling that is
often the result of kidney trouble,
It is no longer necessary for you to
contend without treatment with ilis
(igreeuble bladder and urinary disorders
or be tortured with rheumntisin, stiff
or swollen joints or the heart-wrenching
miseries that follow as a result of ne
glected or poorly working kidneys.
Solvax is designed to quickly and sure
ly relievo such troubles.
Solvax is a woiidorfufdisoovery that
lias always been so widely successful
that everv package Is sold under a posi
tive guarantee to refund the money if 0f
it. dues not relieve the worst case of
" Your money back if you want it,"
is the way all the best druggists are
selling this grent kidney remedy. A
piinrunloo like that speaks eloquently
Mr i hp merit or poivnx.
sung iu Marseilles with immense suc
cess, hence its name. The Bong as it
stands is tho greatest revolutionary
hymn in tho world. Tho French gov
ernment recently transferred tho body
of l'augot Lisle (who suffered im
prisonment for his revolutionary opin
ions dining his lifetime) to tho Palace
des Invaliiles with great pomp and
The music, of " Dentsciilnnd uber nl
les" was written by i(nyden in 17(17,
The present words were not written
until JS4 1, by Hoffman von Fnllersleb
en. At- that time Germany was not
united into in empire as it is today.
Tho "Wacht am Rhein" -was writ
ten bv Max Scheckenbcrger, an obscure
Swnbinn merchant and the music was
I by Carl Wilhelni. The song became
; popular during the Franco-Herman,
The nilional hymn of Austria was
composed by Havdeu and is known as
the "Emperor's Hymn."
Tiio words of the "Stnr Spangled
Banner"-were ' written by Francis
Scott Key, an American prisoner on a
Ill-it ish nmn-o'-wnr during the bom
bardment of Fort Molloflrv in 1NI4.
The melody is au old Knglish drinking
The. words of "Yankee Poodle"
were propably written by A Dr. Sliuok
burgh, a surgeon in the French and In
dian wars, llnlliday, tho antiquarian,
asserts tho melody Is. derived from a
chant used in the Italian churches of
tiie twelfth century, It is well known
that the song wis a vintage song in
IFranoo nnd Spain, and a song of tho
reapers in Holland, It is also said to be
founded on a jig of 1 74;", known as
"Kilty Fisher's .lig." The Cnvcliors
are said to have used it in ridicule of
Cromwell just as tho British used it
against the Americans.
the origin of "America tno tune
"(Ind Save The King ' in England
and 1 1 oil dir im Sieges Krnnz" in
Germany is in doubt, though it is of
ten ascribed to I'r. John Hull, an Eng
lishman. It is also ascribed to Henry
( 'a rev,
The Iliisslan nitiounl nntliem, "God
Ifrotoot the Czar," is one of the most
Do not suffer another minute until I innjestic of hymns, It wis composed
you see if Solvnx will not relieve you
If It doesn't, tell the druggist that that
you want your money back nnd he will
cheerfully refund it. Sold in Salem by
Dnnlel J, Fry nnd other leading dealers.
bv Colonel Alexis, an officer in the
Uussian army, In 18:12, to words by the
poet Jonkowshy. It Is probably the
only Inspired national song ever writ
ten to order.
President and Wife to
(By United Iress.)
Washington, Jan. 21. With Ambas
sador Jusserand of France, dean of the
diplomatic corps and Madame Jusser
and as guests of honor, President and
Mrs. Wilson toniglH will entertain at
the first of two diplomatic dinners to
be given at tho White House.
Seating representatives of t"ic war
ring jiowcrs together being out of the
question, tho president is entertaining
tno representatives of the .entente pow
ers tonight. .Next Monday evening
representatives of the Central powers
will bo tho guests of honor. At both
functions neutrals will be present in
Tho nnmcs of the guests for this
evening havo not been made public
Of courso it is known that in addition
to Monsieur and Madame Jusserand,
tiiero will bo Ambassador nnd Madame
Itnkhmctoff of Russia, Viscount .ind
Viscountess Coo of Japan, Sir Cecil and
Lady Spring-Kiw'o of Great Hritnin,
Count and Countess Mncclii di Cellnrc
of Italy, Viscount do Alte of Portugal
and Minister Jlavenith and his wife,
As to tho ncntr.il euests who will bo
seated at tho entente dinner, no infor
mation has been given today. It is
understood, howover, that these will
includo representatives from Brazil,
Chile, Bolivia, Norwny, Guatemala,
Sweden, Denmary, Nicaragua, Neth
erlands, Persia, Haiti, Venezuela, Costa
Itica and Orcoce.
Tho seating of tho flreek charge with
the allies caused some comment when
it was learnod some time Ago, but it
was stated at that timo that in nr
ranging tho neutrals no particular sys
tem was used other than selecting them
alternately, According to their rank in
the diplomatic corps.
Muiluine Jusserand will sit at the
president's right, while the ambassa
dor will Bit at Mrs. Wilson's right. On
the left of the executivo collide will
sit Madanio Do Onma and Amb.issadoi
Da (lama of Brazil, respectively. The
banquet will bo served in the st.it
BABY VICTIM OF STORM,
Issues Pardons and
Paroles to 9 Convicts
Acting upon the recommendation of
the parole board Governor Withycombe
today granted paroles to tho following
inmates of the penitentiary: Ross Gar
her, sentenced from Washington coun
ty in November, 1913, for forgery;
Robert W. Owen; sentenced from Mor
row county in December, 191 1, for lar
ceny of a cow; Ray Piper, sentenced
from Linn county- In December, 1915,
for larceny of i gelding, and Jamoa
Woodward, sentenced from Multnomah
county in January, 191", for larceny
from a dwelling.
Tho governor also granted two con
ditional pardons upon the recommenda
tion of the parole board, ono to Chnrlos
Davis, sentenced from Ymihill county
in May, 11)14, for burglary, and the
ot'uer to John W. Homo, sentenced
from Malheur county in May, 1914, tor
burirlnrv. not in a dwelling. Davis
and Ho'rne have been at the rock pile
near Astoria for nine months, at hard
libor and not under guard. Before his
death, former Warden Harry Minto
had acrreed to recommend leniency to
nino men so employed at Astoria, con
ditioned upon their making good. These
are tno last or tne nine coiuimonuiry
pardoned bv Governor Withycombe in
respect for the agreement entered into
by the dead warden.
Secretary Daniels Talks
About Uncle Sam's Navy
Washington, Jan. 21. That a short
ago of officers for the American navy
exists to "some extent" was admitted
by Secretary of Navy Daniels today be
fore a joint session of the senate and
house naval committees in tho course
of a defense of tho administration navy
"It is a question whether wo have
enough," he said. "The Gorman
French nnd Japanese havo more per
Regarding possible disarmament am
ong nations after the war, ho added
"I hope'thnt when the war ends there
will be an agreement to limit arma
ments. Our ability to build more ships
than anyone else will give us a strong
er voice in such a conference."
Representative Roberts of Massachu
setts asked Daniels if the German
navy is superior to the American.
"Germany," he replied, "has more
dreadnaughts and more powerful fight
ing ships. "
Ho had no information, however, as
to how ninny vessels Germany has con
structed since the war started.
Ho said the United States could build
battleship-within IS months under
tho stress of war, but ho admitted only
seven dreadnaughts arc now in commission.
Portland Club Bars Boxers
For Suspected Crooked
Portland, Or.. Jan. 21. Frank Farm
er and Al Somniers are forever barred
from boxing before tho Hose City Ath
letic club, because Manager Fred Mer
rill has testified himself that all was
not straight iii the six round dr.tw be
tween tho two middleweights Tuesday
The boxers and their managers still
leny that they had agreed to box a
ui&w. . But Merrill declares that each
man posted n $50 forfeit that ho would
not whip .the other.' Most fans Agreed
that Farmer could havo come out on
op if he had extended himself.
Eellah May Be Coach.
Portland, Or., Jan. 21. Sam BcIInh,
winner of tho last national pole vault- i
nig ciiampionship, was considered to
'ay for the track team coaching posi-
t;on at Stanford university, according
to information received here. Bcllah
was once a member of the Olympic club
in Mm- iraneisco, out now belongs to
tho Multnomah club Of Portland.
John C. Teatch, coacIi of the Wash
ington high school team, is said to
havo doclined the Stanford position bo
couso of business reasons.
Joe Gideon To Play
Season With Pittsburg
San Francisco, Jan. 21. Joe Gideon
will play with Pittsburg next season if
Washington, to which club he reverted
from Salt Lake at tho end of last sea
son, is willing to relinquish him for a
This news leaked out here today when
a telegram came from Manager Jimmy
Callahan, of tho Pirates, asking for in
formation about Gideon's ability.
This smashes Manager Cliff Blankon-ship'-s
hopes of again having his sonsa
t'onal infielder this yenr. All winter
"Blank" has felt that there was a big
chanco of his retaining Gcdeon, as the
peppery second baseman had refused to
accept Washington's terms.
Gedeon has had a meteoric career in
ba:iobnll. o started with the Seals in
1912 and was drafted by Washington.
In the fall of 1914 ho was sent to Los
Angeles whero ho fuiled to show any
thing to mnke him valuable- to Cap Dil
lon. Both Dillon and Washington gave
him permission to sign with any Coast
league- club. Last year ho was the class
of the league.
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ments. Read your advertisement the
first day it appears and notify us im
mediately if it contains an error.
Minimum charge, 15c.
IFOR SALE Good
2130 Maple avenue.
sile. Phone 2249.
OAK, ash, old fir, second growth, cort
wood. 1'aoae I.J--J. Feb
FURNISH ED APARTMENTS $5.00
to $15.00. 491 North Cottage. U
TOR RENT 5-room house, $10; also
4 room house, $4. Phono 047. Jan 22
Cubs to Havo a Scrap,
Chicago Jan. 21. A lively tilt ovor
the management of tho Cubs is expect
ed when Ex-Manager Roger Bicsuiihan
Appears at Cub headquarters to learn
whore he stands. Reports from Toledo,
riresnahan's home, are that he proposes
to fight his deposition in favor of Joe
Tinker. His contract docs not expire
until October 1917.
Stanford University, Cnl., Jan. 21.
Stanford women undergraduates are
taking an unusual interest in athletics
this year, and moro than 200 will bo out
for tho various branches of sports.
Mary of the athletic co-eds are paying
particular attention to rowing, since" the
new twelve onr rowing shell, similnr to
that used by the women of tho univor
sity of California, was obtained.
GOOD TOP BUGGY
for eittle. 253 S.
Outfielder Johnson Sold.
Oakland, Cnl., Jan. 21. Baseball
fans here were disagreeably surprised
today when the inforiHAtion reached
here that Harry F. Sinclair, former
Federal league club owner, had " sold
Outfielder Jimmy Johnston to the
lirooklyn Nationals. Johnston signed
a Federal contract lust fall. It was
generally felt that the speedy girdner
would revert to the Oaks, niid in fact
a bid had been put in for him by club
When Thinking of
iuving a Piano
1 RECOMMEND FOR BEST TONE AND DURABILITY;
The Remington $225.00.
Oakland, Cnl., Jan. 21 The storm
which swept this section of the state
several day ngo claimed a baby vie
tun iu Oakland tndnv. Beatrice Eve
lyn Cumraings, born five days ago while
li or mothor marooned in her home and
unable to summon a physician because
of (he flood waters, died of pneumonia
Tho father, H. H. Ciiiumiugs, was away
trom homo nt tno time.
432 State Street, Salem, Oregon
1 GRAND THEATRE
TODAY MATINEE ONLY
Oliver Morosoo Presents
Chnrloto Greenwood and
In Chnrles Frohninn 's Cele
Paramount News Pictures
On account of the Grand
being rented to Salem High
School Student llody for their
entertainment, "Servant In the
House," (hero will be no pic
tures at Tho Grand this even
ing, Thin program will be re
Coming Sunday and Monday
William Fox Feature,
"TUB BROKEN LAW"
With WUliam Farnuia
Salt Lake City Team
To Tram at Modesto
Modesto, C'ul., Jan. 21. Tho Salt
I.akc City team of tho Pacific Coast
league will do its spring' training in
This was the anonuneement made to
day by Manager Cliff Blankenslup of
tho Itces, after he had conferred with
the baseball conmiitteo of tho chamber
Illankenship intimated that ho ex
pects to have his full squad in camp
when the training season opens. Al
though all his men have not signed up
for the eomiir season, based chiefly on
tho splendid showing the Bees mado last
year, ltlankenshlp's clner diiucuny in
roiindinir out his suiind will bo replac
ing Joe Gedeon, whom, it is reported,
the Pittsliurff l'irntes are imer,
California Wants Coach,
University of California, Jan. 21
Has Graduate Manager John Stroud,
who has been in tho east several weeks,
secured a iootball couch for the 1910
Stroud's whereabouts, his timo of
arrival hero and the result of his trip
are being kept a secret, leading under-
gnuliutos to believe his mission has
been accomplished. The only informa
tion divulged is that Stroud will rc
a iork, Jan. 21. Al McCoy, of
Brooklyn, was outfought in nearly ev
ery round of his bout with George
Chip of New Castle, Pa. Chip was the
uggressnr inrougiiout nnd intlicted se
lluilalo, .. . Jan. 21. Jack Brit
ton and Ted Lewis fought ten fast
rounds to A draw. Lewis took the lead
in the opening rounds, but Britton
came back strong nt tho finish.
New Orleans. La.. Jan. 21. .Tnhnnv
Fisse, a local boy, went 15 rounds with
rrankio Burns here, losing on points
After being vacant for a year
a house owned by Max Gehlhar,
of this city, was rented in
threo days by inserting a For
Rent add in tho Capital Journ
al's New Today. Mr. Gehlhar
had another house which had
been vacant for six mouths and
ho advertised this For Rent but
tho plans miscarried as tho
party who camo to look at tho
house bought it outright.
MORAL Two vacant houses,
two adils three days ono
renter one purchaser.
Pitcher Ieft v Williams. He intimated
he has his lines out for high class men
to take their places.
AUTOS KILLED TRADE
Oakland, Cnl. Jan. 21 The popul ir
il.y of automobiles led John W. Harris,
aged fil years, a carriage upholsterer,
to commit suicide iu ilis office today.
Tho carriage business had 'been very
poor for months because of the Inva
sion of iiitomobilos. lie leaves a widow
and two children.
DANGERS OF A COLD
ALKALI MAKES SOAP
BAD FOR WASHING HAIR
Most soaps and prepared shnmnnos
contain too much alkali, which is very
injurious, as it dries the scalp and
nukes the hair brittle,
The best thing to uso is pluin mul
sified cuconiiut. oil, for this is puro and
eatirclv frenspless. If vn ,.i....... i
nn.i i..... : ... : . i "u
urnia me iiuki expensive soaps or nnv-
Well to Hoed
thing else nil to pieces, You can get
mi ut nuy urug sinre, nnd n few od s
will Inst the whole family for months.
Simply moisten the hair with wnter
and rub it in, about a tenspoonful is all
tnat is required. It makes an abundance
of rich, creamy lather, cleanses thor
oughly, nnd rinses out ensily. The hair
dries quickly nnd evenly, 'and Is soft,
fresh looking, bright, fluffy, wnvv and
President and Teddy
Agree On One Subject
Philadelphia, l)i Jan. 21. Presi
dent Wilson und Ex-President Uoobo-
velt may differ in politics, but they
agrco in then view of hyphenated Am
erictns. Speaking here beforo tho Na
tional Conference on Americanization,
the colonel likened tho "hyphenates'1
to the man "who loves other women
as well ns his own wife.'
lie expressed himself in favor of
creation of nn intense spirit of Ameri
canism, of national solidarity; ho lav
ored, too, a largo efficient liAvy and
a small efficient army.
In the matter of interstate commerce
and on the subject of social justice, he
declared tho ettorts of Governor John
son, of California to obtain just treat
ment for railroads had been nullified
by the rulings of neighboring st.itc
commissions. Roosevelt declared for
centralized control of interstate com
mcrco at Washington.
Cod Fishers Demand
Decided Raise In Pay
)iiklnnd, Cnl., Jan. 21. Unless tho
fishing companies agree to meet tho
terms of the fishers, and grant an in
crease of wago scale, and also pay the
men for tneir time during transporta
tion from Oakland hnrbor to tho Alas
kan waters, tho men will rofuse to ac
company tho expeditions this year.
This is the result of a meeting of cod
fishers held last night when they am
algamated with tho salmon fishermen's
F. N. Hylcn of Berkeley, secretary of
the newly formed organization, said
this morning that a committee had
been appointed to submit a new scalo
of pay, but had not hnd timo as yet to
say exactly what tho demand would
be. 1nst year tho men were paid $28
per thousand for their catches. A
material increase is asked, however,
and may reach a total of $11) per thous
and, and $50 for working tho vessel
HARRY Window cleaner.
10 TEAMS WANTED To
$3.50 per Jay.
BOY 15, wants work oa farm. Ad
dress 11, 15, care Journal. Jan23
For salo or tra.lo
ROOFS REPAIRED And guaranteed
not to leak. O. L. Donaldson. Phone
644-R. J An 26
MAN AND WIFE Want work on a
farm or dairy ranch. Address E, care.
LAROK YOUNG TEAM For salo. col
or, bliek. Inquire C. O. Light foot.
1303 North ISth street.
LOST Agato witch fob, engraved E.
B. G., on Lincoln street hill. Finder
roturn to 275 State street. Reward.
FOB RENT Housekeeping rooms in
large suites from $b to $8 per month.
Why pay moreJ Cj.ll at 343 1-2 North
HOUSEKEEPER Between 40 or (M)
years old wanted by elderly gentle
man, good home. Sporadic, Journal.
FOB EX CHANG E 5 acres of land
highly improved, 3-4 mile from town,
will take modern bungnlow of $3,000.
W. A. Liston. Jan2!l
MANUFACTURERS Of nil kinds col
ors of rag carpet. Call at O. K.
Grocery, 150 South 12th street. Louis
SIX DOZEN Sicilian Buttercups for
sale, largely laying pullets, $.( pw
dozen. Bhone 54F13. A. M. Wright.
Routo 8, Salem. Jiu23
200 CORDS OAK STUMPAGB For
salo or trade, no reasonable offer re
fused as I need tho land for pasture.
Address C. J. VanAvcry, Independ
COWS FOR SALE 10 head eood
grade cows, prices riiht, good reas
ons for selling. Fred W. Durbin.
Phono 10-F-21. Jan 23
FOR RENT Store, 21x105 feet, elec
tric lights and steam heat. See Watt
Shipp Co., 219 North Commercial
street. Phone 303. tf
WANTED 60 White Leghorn pullets,
about 7 months old, mention strain,
price must bo reasonable. Mrs, Jos.
Docrfler, Silverton, Ore. Jan 21
FOR SALE Your choico of two good
young, gentle Jorsoy cows, one fresh
and tho other one iu few days. 760
North 21st street, Asylum car. Jan 21
WANTED Information of Iva Louisa
Thomas Gorden, last heard from it
Salem, Oregon, general delivery. No
tify J. W. Thomas, Sclma, Calir.,
Box 30.1. Febtf
FOR SALE 7 room houso and two
lots, several first class fruit trees,
chicken yard. Also 20 acres, about
8 1-2 acres in all kinds fruit, mostly
prunes, 7 room house, goou barn,
chicken houso and yAid, wood house,
telephone. Inquire 20 B, enre of
A THOUGHTFUL THIEF
San Francisco, Jan. 21. It was a con
siderate thief who pilfered a watch
from Ric.haid Johnson, blacksmith, for
he sent back the pawn ticket for it
Bnying: "I had to havo tho money;
hopo this does you soma good."
I,,rin (l,ii uovnirn in n twl f,n,n tlia
easy to handle. Besides, it loosens and ! f iHhiiur waters'
takes out every particle of dust, dirt I -
and dand ruff.
Manv bad cases of kidney troublo re
sult from a cold or chill. Congested
kidneys fall behind in filtering the pol
son-ladeu blood and backache, headache,
dizziness and disordered kidney action
follow. Don't ncirleet a cold. Use,
DoanV Kidney Pills at tho first sign
of kidney trouble. Follow this Bulcin
J. H. Peiilon, 1415 Lee St., Palom,
says: 'A cold settled on my kidneys,
causing pain through my back. I know
that my kidneys were to blnme, and,
hearing several local citizens endorse
Poan'i Kidneys Pills highly, I begnn
using them. They were just whnt I
needed to relievo (he pains and other
kidney troubles. Whenever I have
taken Doan's Kidney Pills since, a few
doses havo brought mo robef.'
Price 80c, at all dealer. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy gel
Poan s ldnjy Pills- the snme that
Mr. IVnton had. Foatcr-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
HOUSE TO VISIT BERLIN
Berlin, by wireless to Snyville, I I.
Jan. 21. Colonel House of" Now York,
President Wilson's personal envoy to
Europe, will arrive here next week to
be the guest of American Ambassador
Gerard for several days,
HERE IS RARE
Contained in Foslnm and Ready to
Boneflt Your Skin.
"Consistent performance," n term
used by sellers of that modern wonder,
the automobile, perfectly explains the
success of another modern wonder,
Poslnm, the skin remedy. And with
Poslnm ns with (he motor, the power
is there, and at your bidding Sets to
work persistently to clear your In
flamed complexion, to eradicate your
Eostomn, Pimples or any ailment that
may beset your kin.
Foslnm Soap imparls the hygienic
effects. Try it for Toilet nnd Bath.
For samples, send 4c stamps to Emer
gency Laboratories, .12 West 25th St.,
New York City. Sold by all Druggists.
8UE8 TO OUST CORPSE
San Francisco, Jan. 21. Ouiseppi
Dnti is a paralytic. Ho fears he is about
to die, but because some body already
occupies tho beautiful spot in tho ceme
tery which he bought venrs ago so he
might sleep the long -sleep besido the
body of bis wife, ho has Btartud ouster
MOTHERS WANT THE BAR.
, Dallas, Texas, Jan. 20. Bids for the
bar privilcgo nt the big slate fair here
next fall have been submitted by tho
council of mothers. If they win, they
will make tho bar a soft drink em
porium to thwart the liquor interests.
LIQUOR REW.lHJE.JS LESS.
San Francisco, CaJ., .Tan. 21. RefV
mie from liquor licenses fell off in 1915,
Tax Collector Edward Bryant reported
today. In 1014, $1,041,750 was collect
ed from this rourso against $925,025
cullocted In 1915.
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houso In which to tench the danger of
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