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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 2. 1916.
March bring weather
conditions very trying
to most people.
sore throat, tonsilitis,
pneumonia, are all
These are all catarrhal conditions. All
dependent upon the same cause, climatic
changes. Sloppy weather underfoot. High
winds, chilling blasts, changing from day to day.
Thermometer dancing a jig. Barometer follow
All of the acute catarrhal conditions above
referred to, call for
They call loudly, too. If Peruna is neglected
these catarrhal conditions are liable to become
chronic. One bottle of Peruna used at the
right time will save months, even years, of
suffering and sickness.
THE PERUNA COMPANY
Columbus, . . Ohio
(Sold it all Dru Storw)
RaBroad Traffic and Street! ROAD TO HEALTH IS
of turning a wheel for possibly several
Abandoned jitney were common.
Drivers who had taken passengers home
during the early morning hours found
themselves blocked from returning.
Some drivers reaped a rich harvest,
charging as high as $1 a passenger.
British Liner Appam
Must Not Leave Port
(Continued From Page One.)
yam, and it is presumed they are still
riding the m.iin with the survey snip.
JJerg would not say why the Appam
put into America when Spain would
have been nearer, though yesterday he
indicated it was because he knew he
would get "decent treatment" here.
During the last two days of the voyage
into this port, the Lieutenant did not
leave the bridge of his ship lest British
patrols make trouble for his prize.
As a precaution asai-nst allowing the
Appam to learn about the patrol out
side the capes, or of getting German
eode messages from any source, her
wireless was sealed today and tue An
tennae were lowered.
As the decks of the Appam are re
carded as German "territory," Col
lector Hamilton is holding his confer
ences in his ot'ficc and does not go near
Eight prisoners in the brig of the
prizo ship tried today to signal news
papermen, but the prize crew guard,
whose only word seemed to be "ver
boten" (forbidden) prevented the cor
respondents from hiving the desired
Captain Harrison, original command
er of the Awiani, informed the Elder-
Dcmster company's New York offices
today that the attacking vessel was not
the German navy survey ship Moewe
but a larger And more formidable ves
sel. Harrison declare.! he knew the name
of the vessel, but would not announce
it; moreover, he would not give details
of the capture saying that would have
to conic from the owners.
Harrison 's statements caused a re
vival of talk th.it the daring German
raider Karlsruhe had again taken up
Captured Valuable Cargo.
London, Keb. 2. The News snid to
day $2'23,000 worth of bullion nnd oth
er valuable cargo were captured by the
Germans who took the liner Appam.
"The Widow's Mite"
dental. The real nurpose of the occas
ion the spirit and motive prompting
the same is what we all snouui recog
nize. Since the organizing of the So
cial Service Center serious and pathet
ic conditions have been discovered. A
great number of most deserving people
are momentarily in need of assistance
and help. The Social Service Center
has ministered uuto these needs un
til its funds became exhausted. To
continue this relief work and ministra
tion the play was suggested as a
means of giving every one a chance to
make a cheerful contribution to this
Here then is our golden opportunity
as a Christian people to lend a hand.
Here is our opportunity to bear wit
ness to our deeper spiritual impulses.
Here we may answer the call of the
needy and deserving brother. Let us
as a people arise to answer tho call by
our presence, by our help and sympa
thetic co-operation. Let us each bring
our offering of lovinh helpfulness. Let
each contribute our mite to make glad
the sufferers, to cheer the henvy laden.
This was Christ's work when among
men. It is our priviledge now. Let us
follow his example, walking in his foot
steps of gentle service. Let us, each
and all, resolve to be there.
1 You have swollen feet nnd hands!
Stiff, achy joints! Sharp shooting,
rheumatic pains torture you. You
have aching back, pain in the lower
abdomen, difficulty when urinating!
Look out! These are danger signals.
Trouble is with your kidneys. Uric
acid poisoning, in one form or another,
has set in. It may lead to dropsy or
fatal Bright 's disease if not checked.
Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
Oil Cnpsules immediately. They are
an old preparation, used all over the
world for centuries, combining natural
healing oil and herbs, well-known to
physicians and used by thousands in
their daily practice. The Capsules are
not an experimental, makeshift "pat
ent medicine," or "salt"', whose effect
is only temporary. They are a stand
ard remedy, and act naturally, gently
and quickly. But when you go to the
druggist, insist on getting the pure,
Car Lines Completely
Tacoma, Wash., Feb. 2. The heaviest
and most continuous snow storms ex
perienced in this section of the Pacific
coast for a decade today played havoe
with railroad and street car transporta
tion, prostrated telegraph and telephone
wires and created a condition that is
considered today as presaging serious
floods when warmer weather sets in.
Dynamite has been resorted to in the
Cascade mountains to break up the
hard pack drifts before big rotary enow
plows are sent charging into the mass.
The Chicago, Milwoukee & St. Paul
castbound "Olympian" train is report
ed ctuight in huge drifts of snow near
Lake Kecchelus. Slow progress is be
ing made but it is thought the train
will be released today and enabled to
proceed unless the severity of the storm
increases. 1 ! "
At the west portal of the Milwaukee
tunnel in the Cascades 20 feet of snow
is reported. Within a few minutes after
a snow plow had made its way through
the mountain passes, the tracks are
again covered with the swirling, drift
ing flakes and the services of the ro
tary again is required before trains
can move, the wind is howling and
blowing the fresh snow in blizzard like
clouds all the way from Auburn to Clee
lum and only two Northern Pacific
trains have crossed the mountains since
Monday, the North Const Limited, east
bound and the Burlington Express.
These trains got through only by at
taching four big locomotives and a ro
tary plow to two cars and makins head
long dashes at the drifts. By this meth
cd the 10 ear trains were finally got to
me summit after all night effort. No
attempt id being made to operate
freight trains. Great Northern trains
are for the most part annulled.
Railroad men here believe that all
train service to tho east may be com
pletely tied up by night.
In Tacoma snow is falling heavily
touay, following it night of incessant
rain. j early a foot of wet snow cov
ered the ground h the rain began
and enriy todav traffic was brought al
most to a standstill, with slush shoe-ton
deep on streets and sidewalks. A strong
northeast wind is whirling the snow in
blinding clouds and the local weather
bureau holds out no hope for a cessation
or the unprecedented storm.
All mails are late. No deliveries
were made to territory tributary to Ta
coma. Mail due here Monday from the
east did not arrive until 2 o'clock this
Tacomu-Scnttle interurban trains are
stalled. At noon today no trains had
gotten through. The ticup -on this line
is ilue to slusii on the third rail.
The Tacoma school board today or
dered all night schools closed until
Monday. A special meeting of the
board was called for this afternoon to
discuss the advisability of closing all
tne day si-noois.
lriegrapn and telephone lines in
southwest Washington are down and
trains arc running on irregular sched
ules or not at all. Several miles of wires
between Kaluma and Vancouver, Wash
ington were prostrated by sleet early
HE RECEIVES REBATE
(A pastoral letter by Rev. R. F. Tischer
to the people ot ssaiem.)
AVitb the splendid ee-operntion of the ( a(,aist counterfeits.
local press aim me riuiiusiurHi; aui-
Senate Is Snowbound,
Seattle, Wash., Feb. 2. Seattle uni
the entire northwest arc snowbound
Traffic, both railroad and street car,
is completely blockaded.
More thnn a foot and a half of snow
fell here during the Inst 20 hours, ac
cording to weather reports and still con
timies to fall heavily and incessantly
original Haarlem Oil in Cnpsules. Be! with no end in sight.
mr tl, mime GOLD MEDAL is on i thousands of -suburbanites were
the box, and thus protect yourself
port of .the generous people of our city n f r
" UUll IV UC 111 LiUljiOG
touulcd with the earnest work done
lliH cast selected by and drilled under
Iho able guidance of Mr. James Matt,!
the good people of Salem may look i
forward to Thursday and Friday even-)
inns ' presentation of the play "The,
forced to walk into the city to work
this m;rnnig. Practically all of Sent
tie's business concerns are more or less
crippled owing to absence of employes,
Whether 1 lie schools hold classes to
I day. to left to the principals by Su
, n np I dav. to lett to the pnnc
L V ......... a I nmnuvnTH ' . ' ,.
dl dilllftC IIIHiUHUW perintcmleiit 1 rank H Cooper,
I The traction company had several
(ftv T'nited Press.1 hundred men at work in detachments
Eugene, Or., Feb. 2. The sun will be of L'O and 2.-), shoveling snow since yes
Fortune Hunter" with reul antifiia- ,rirtiallv eclipse when it rises tomor- tcrdny evening in a vain effort to kec
ti-on. . . 'rnw morning. This will be the first tracks clear.
lint, these are mattera purely nici- tini(1 jn nmnv years a solar eclipse ims. No cars were able to run on any lines
i hpf n visible in tho pacific northwest, this morning.
-sivs Professor Edward McAlister, as-i Transcontinental trnins are delayed
tronomer at the I'niversity of Oregon. 24 hours nnd more, with little liklihood
The lower part of the sun s disc win
ryi i .:rv?li'-:2L-'t.,'l In
vxn fK- ,,at"
mJj X f f from
Why Tolerate Catarrh?
be obscured when Sol' peeps over t.ie, -
horizon in Oregon, Washington, Idaho
and British f'olumhin.
i l.t.. ...:.!. M,. P 41, a m.llnap
win . ..'-' wr t snnris- c-iiioiit 7::io! You have noticed, no doubt, that any
., ., .. -tfl U . - - 1 H J .1. -
a. m.) west or the t ascnun riuiuc ui . coia aggravates iiasui tuiaiiu, uiu uic
mountains, and several minutes af-j flow 0 muCOUS amazes you that such
ter sunrise east of the mountains. .WtinrniMp m.ittej-could find 1nrfr.
the northern part of Sout.i Amen-: - ?
ihn n,.li will be total. The ong menu in your iieuu. m igmjie uu
of the total eclipse win stretch catarrn wncn me com suubtues is
the Pacific ocean just west or wrong because it continues to slowly
South America, sweeping across into
the Atlantic in a northeasterly ilirec
tion nearly to the Hritis'n Jsles.
Try Capital Journal Want Ads.
SALEM'S BEST MARKET PLACE
Now at 426 State Street
injure the delicate linings of the nasal
passages and clog them up,
To correct catanh, deanse the nos
trils frequently with a solution of wawn
water and saK, insert vaseline on re
tiring, and take a spoonful of Scott's
Emulsion after meals tor one montn,
Scott's acts through the blood to feed
the tissues, and contains soothing
glycerine to check the inflammation
and beal the sensitive membranes,
Scott's is pleasant to take,
' Scott & Sowae, Bloomfidd. N. J. 13-50
THROUGH THE KIDNEYS
No person alive is stronger than bis
kidneys. The minute the kidneys be
come disarranged or clogged with
waste the warning is flashed through
out the entire system. The greater
part of all sickness today can be avoid
ed by keeping the kidneys working
Most any rename druggist in this
vicinity can probably tell you of many
well-known people whom Solvax, the
standard kidney remedy, has restored to
health, often after they have tried
many other methods of treatment with
little or no benefit.
There are hundreds of people who
were not the least bit surprised when
they read awhile ago that Daniel J.
try is selling Solvax on a guarantee
to refund the money in ease it did not
relieve. This remarkable kidney rem
edy is guaranteed to help the worst
case of lazy, sluggish, or clogged-up
kidneys, or the general headachy, kinky
backed, played out condition that af
flicts people sunering wun Kiuntv
trouble, swvax does not simpry re
lieve. It aims to cure.
The best kind of alvertismg is the
praise of a pleased customer, and there
are hundreds today prnising Solvax be
cause it has done for them what it is
advertised to do. Not very long ago
they were afflicted with all manner or
siekish, uncomfortable pains and each
dav seemed to bring with it a new ache
in some other part of their body. Since
using Solvax they are once more bright
and chipper nnd able to enjoy life at
its fullest with no more fear of suf
We doubt ir any ottier muney rcmeuy
has mado such a large percentage of
cures as Solvax. It is so large that its
owners are perfectly safe in standing
ready to refund tho price to any cus
tomer whom it does not help. This is
irood time to eet well and you ought
to take advantage of this offer. Oct
it from Daniel J. Fry or any well
stocked drug store.
The executive committee of the Wil
lamette student body recently voted
50 to be used in the athletic section
of the Junior waiiuian. inis is more
than has been given in any previous
year for such purposes.
President of the student body, How
nrd R Jewett. with the aid of the ex
ecutive committee is perfecting a plan
which when fully developed will insure
that every purchase for student body
imriioses will be sanctioned by me ex
ecutive committee. In other words no
Htinlent will be able to purchase an
article for the student body without
first receiving a requisition irom ine
student body president, mis win in
sure tho business men aitainst any pos
sible loss, through irresponsible parties
piirchasins -articles for the student
The executive committee in deciding
on who hould be awarded with offi
cial Ws and certificates, found that the
following are eligible:
Track: Norman Haynor, Athil Ir
vine, sweaters; Frank Bnglcy, Kmery
Baseball: l'aul Miller, sweater; Em
ery Doane, Warren Vickrey, Warren
Booth, (irover Gates, hail flegel J. K,
Bain. Wallace Adams, f.loyd Shislcr,
Tennis: IMul Smith, Mary Kind ley
sweaters; Howard Jewett, harl f leg
' Football: allrold Tobie, Clinton Ar
rhibnld. Raymond Archibald, Don Kan
.lull, Paul 'Hendricks, sweaters; Karl
Basketball: Frank Bagley Howard
Jewett, sweaters; J.loyd Shisler, Wal
lace Adams, Karl Flegel, Crawford
Debate: John Ij. Clary, J. K. Bain
Walter Cllieser, bar W gold pins.
Oratory: allrold Doxsee, bar W pin
J. K. Bain, certificate.
The sweater or bar W pin is giv
to those who have for the first time
won their official award. The certil
cafes are uiven to show thiit the indi
vidua is entitled to an official award
if .iie desires it at any time, in case
lie should lose his first award.
Tomorrow is to be revievd as Sinn
wich Day bv the V". W. C. A. The
will sell sandwiches on tiie chape
steps after chapel, to the student.
The pictures for the Junior Wallula
are beine taken of every clnss. Cer
tain davs are set aside for each class
and their pictures are taken at that
By far tho hardest fought battle that
has been staged in tiie gymnasium was
that between the senior and freshmen
tennis in which the seniors were defeat.
cd bv a score of Iti-lS. The two teams
fought from start to finish and for
time it looked as though tne game
would result in a tie. I he freshmen.
however, were unsuccessful in shooting
baskets when they had a chance,
largo crowd of coeds witnessed the
game, and between halves tiie two
classes formed serpentines and paraded
tho gym. The lineups for the two
Kidgeway F F.steb
Cerhart P Sparks
Bnin - .Mann
Olciser O SnnJiter
(jary O R. Archibald
Unexpected Check After
Years of Waiting Is Fatal
to Fish Dealer
Wireless Stations Are Send
ing Calls All Along Atlan
After five years of waiting I. H. Tuf-
fe received a rebate on an overcharge
from the express company but the shock
was too great and he dropped dead on
the spot according to tho information
received by the Public Service commis
sion this morning. Jlr. Tatfc was a
pioneer fish dealer of t elilo nnd on Do
ember 10, 1010, shipped a car load ot
fish weighing 31,buu pounds to ?ew
York by way of the American, National
and Northern express companies. It ap
pears that he was overcharged $24S.40
on tho carload and the Interstate Com
meree commission issued nn order De
cember 2!), 1015, requiring tho compan
ies to return to Mr. Tnffe the sum of
$248.40 with six per cent interest from
December 10, 1010.
fhe rebate check arrived January 27.
of this year, and Mr. Taffe wns unable
to withstand the shock. His funeral
services were held at Celilo last Sun
Mr. Taffe at first attempted to secure
the rebate through attorneys but was
unable to accomplish anything and the
matter wyas placed before the state
Public service commission in 1914. The
Public Service commission secured the
promise of the express companies to set
tle the matter but in order could be
made by the Interstate Commerce com
mission until after a formal hearing
and the formal complaint was filed.
The hearing was held March IS, 1!H5.
and the final order mude December
The resident's thanks for his invi
tation to come to the Rose Festival
would have been more thankfully re
ceived had he promised to come.
DEATH OF PIONEER
(Capital Journal Special Servicc.1
flaxter. Or., Feb. 2. Mrs. lsabelle
Alderman (ied at her farm homo in
Polk county, Oregon, Sunday, January
z.i, is'io ar tne age or i years.
She was born m Ohio in IS;!.), crossed
the plains with her parents in 1845,
settled at Gervair, Oregon. She be
came the bride of Orlando Alderman
in 1851. In IWio they moved to the
Donation Clnim in Polk county where
the remainder of their faithful lives
was spent. Orlando Alderman passed
into the great beyond 13 years ann.
Mrs. Alderman, whose maiden name
wns lsabelle Baker, was tho daughter
ot William linker, in whose honor Ba
uer's itay, Wns.imgtoii, is named.
Ihe n children surviving Mrs. Alder
man are: .Newton II. Alderman. Polk
county; Albert E. Alderman, home farm
tjoiK county; Airs, .anny Wcstlev.
Claxtnr, Oregon; Ciins. h. Alderman,
Kose Lodge, Oregon; William J. Alder
man, ot Walla Walla. ashniBton:
Westley J. Alderman, of Allcgnii,
Michigan; Mrs. Miua Alary AlcOee, of
Alberta, anada; Ceo. L. Alderman, of
There are a large number of grand
hihlren nnd amonu tiie urc.it erund-
children are: Leo and ( laudio West-
ley, of Claxtnr. Among the grand-
hildren are .Mrs. J. 11, an Winkle, ot
Salem; Mrs. Dr. John Kvans, of Salem;
.Mrs. ,Joda Hidden, ot lireut f alls, .Mon
tana; -Messrs. William, Roy, Lloyd,
F.lnier Westley and John Evans, jr.,
and Alarguerite Kvans are among the
great grandchildren ot this worthy
Kev. Rhodes of Amity, conducted tho
funeral which was largely attended,
anil many beautiful hot-liouso carna
tions were sent from grenhouses in Sa
lem an. I Portland. The children who
preceded Mrs. Alderman to the better
country were: Ira, liosio and Anue
Boston, Mass., Feb. 2. Wireless sta
tions from here northward along the
Atlantic seaboard snapped out calls to
day to steamers in the vicinity of Cape
Race in the hope of gaining further
word of the Japanese steamer Taknta
Maru. reported sinking at midnight aft
er a collision off Cape Race with the
tank ship Silver Shell.
From the Silver Shell came word
indicating the Japanese vessel had gone
down and that the Silver Shell wns
crippled, with the steamer Armenia
standing by. The last previous word
of the Japanese ship said "room full ot
water," indicating probably that the
waves had gone through to the dynamo
The Silver Shell was petroleum laden,
Bayonne, N. J., for Dunkirk, France,
while the Takota Maru was 10 days
out of London for New York.
Tho Tukata Maru is a 6,700 ton
freighter, completed last year.
A mcR.-tano from tho Silver Shell indi
cated she had launched several boats,
but that, as there was no trace of the
Takata, it was feared she hud been lost.
"The first we heard about a collision
in a dense fog," said tho Charlestown
wireless station today, "was at 10::il)
o'clock last, night. Wo picked up an
S. O. S. followed by 'I'm sinking, come
and save me.' Immediately afterward
we heard, 'You are badly hit, we will
stand by.' At 11:30 we picked up the
last message saying, 'We will trust you.
Stand by and lifeboats will be sent
over,' meantime, one vessel signalled
that -she was the Silver Shell nnd gave
her position. We did not pet the name
of the other nor how badly she was
Other wireless messages gave a code
signature, hnwover, indicating that the
second ship was the Taknta Maru.
Hope for Vessel Revives.
Halifax, Feb. 2. Hope for tho safety
of the Japanese freighter Taknta Maru
flashed out over the seas to the Cape
Race wireless station todny after it was
feared she had sunk in a collision last
This hope was based on the following
messago to the mnrino department from
"At 4 a. m. received wireless from S.
S. Takata Mnru, she reports her engine
room and stokehold flooded ami also
reported that she had been sending out
numerous calls for assistiinco and hat
tho S. S. Silver Shell is now standing
by. The silver Shell reported that ull
Tho messago threw no light on re
ports that the two ships had crashed to
gether overnight, though a previous
message indicated that stories that she
had sunk probably originated from her
inability to reach other ships by wire
less. The marine department messago was
taken as definitely contradicting a dis
patch from St. Johns saying both ves
sels had sunk nnd that thero was no
word of their crews.
The Takata Maru curried ft crew of
may seem a high price
and so it is.
We had a quantity of this
grade of Sweaters made to
our order, of the best yarn
obtainable, and the makers
tell us that if one could un
ravel the garment there
would remain one piece of
yarn over a mile in length.
Owing to the fire in our
store early in December,
these sweaters were held at
the factory until we could
get our store into normal
In order to sell the entire
let quickly, instead of eight
dollars the price is $5.75.
Colors Green, White,
Scarlet and Heather.
167 Commercial St.
THE MAIL ORDER QUESTION
Editor Capital Journal: Recently a
neighbor of mine wanted to buy Hllii
l'eit of 3-4 inch black pipe, lie called
on tnrce Milem linns tor prices, think
these worthy pioneers of early Oregon.
ie 4e slf ! 4? iV 1 sV isV -X i
TODAY'S ODDEST STORY
Amsterdam, Feb. 2. Ger
many is in the throes of a saner
kraut famine and Ohio, l S. A.
plus the British navy is partly
to blame. In norniHl times
lierniany depended on Ohio for
immense quantities of cab
bage. The British naval em
bargo on (lernian imports is
therefore responsible for Oer
niav's (ireilic-uuient, together
with the smnllncHs of the der
ma n cabbage crop, on account
of the war.
A fight between two men on
board tho steamer which is
more realistic than tho fight
from "The Spoilers." The
death defying chance taken
by a man in being thrown
overboard from on ocean go
ing steamer, falling 73 feet
into the water.
"The Siren's Song
NEAL OF THE NAVY
The True American Story
tiipiatcd picture of the farmer, so I beg
you merchants, please do not tuke the
movies so seriously.
J. W. GERHF.R,
Interest in European hostilities hns
been deflected toward the AlcCredie
Bcrry baseball war, but it can bo
watched with little fear of casualties.
Words don't maim baseball warriors.
Try Capital Journal waut Ads.
INI, HOS10 and iinyc- : ,t, i:..i.. i.:..u 1 . .
lin. Parrish, all f whom rest in the " " " " ""V" . ' ,
emetery on the old donation claim of 'l ., ,,;,','' ,m.u
While sittiuir by the lire in a com
fortable rocker, he happened to think
of Montgomery Ward, the silent clerk.
lying on tho table just behind aim. Here-filled
his pipe anil made himself nf
comfortable as one could, then reached
buck and milled Mr. Montgomery Ward
over into his lap and quietly asked him
for prices on the aforesaid pipe laid
down at Livcsley st.'itii.r only 3-4 ol
a mile from home. .Montgomery Ward
showed him .it once, and, without, a
parley, where he could save him .jils..",!!
over the Salem price, besides lay it
down near homo.
The order w.'H sent, ami the ;;oods
Now. if tho. farmer lui.l brmgiit tiie
goods from tho Subm merchant, aflei
I noting the difference in price, we
would all be ready to class him as a
Some one s lid recently in the Open
1'ijMi in that, if the Salem merchants
would quoto prices in their advertise
ments trie people would patronize them
more than they do.
I'm quite sure they would if their
prices were not too fur above llioso ol
the mail order houses.
i reel loyai io our nome meri-naniH
and always trade with tiicm, but for
"The Love of Alike" don't siiow us
any more such contrasts in prices.
The firmer is actually beginning to
develop a thinker and gciiernlly uses
it ticicn itfnrn n.nkinir u rnrchii4P.
Within tho past ten years evolution!
has worked wonders with nun. lac
goatee has been s'nu-ved. off. Tho gar-
If the carrier does, not glT
service notify the office.
Zemo for Dandruff
You do not want a slow treatment
when hair is falling and tho dundruS
germ is killing the hair roots. Delay
means no huir.
(Jet, at ny drug store, a bottle of
zemo for 2Tx: or $1.00 for extra Iarne
size. Use as direr-fed, for it does tho
work quickly. It kills the dandruff germ,
nourishes the bnir roots and immediately
stops itchine wain. It is sure nnrl n.ife.
is not Kreasv. is easy to iika unit mill n,.i ,l.m t-jUk i not. on his shoulder
stain. Houps and shampoos are harm- ! suspender that was alwavs down is
.I'kSU!"7 ,C0Ma ,BlklL'-. ThB mended and in its place. The wisp of
hgtoBsi;e1,'n,0 fr " U PUre aml !'y that was always hanging to his
Zemo. C voland. c01lt tlul h"8 fa"''" o(-
' -TCI8Da' Th(, movies a-e nil show-in? an nn-
TODAY - TOMORROW
JESSE L. LASKY
Presents the Noted Star
In a Pictnrizatlou of
Forecast of Incidents leading to
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