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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOJ RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, FEB. 28, 1916.
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V E. G'. SEAMAN "
lVe been to busy to write much of an ad today,
but S wrote to keep you posted on what is going
on at the Chicago Store, and while yoi
ing this ad, if you are not a salesman or sales
lady maybe you have a friend that would be glad to have a few days
work. I can use 1 7 more salespeople; please call in person at the side
door entrance, as I cannot answer phone calls. I am too busy. If you
can sell goods, come and talk' with me about it. E. G. SEAMAN
NOTICE-RE A E
All salespeople that have been hired to
help us in the hurry out sale, please
call between 4 and 5 p. m. tomorrow
evening, and get you stations and
instructions; please call at side door
it wnmir.rf'.lMaf.- '.
Wilson's Firm Stand
May Clear Situation
(Continued From rage One.)
semi-official North German Gazette de
clared today that the German proclama
tion of war against armed merchantmen
is not a violation of international law.'
Not Violation of Law.
Berlin, liy wireless to Sayville, L. I.,
Feb. 2N. (''ommenling upon I'resiilent
Wilson'' letter to Senator Stone, the
Germany Tacitly Admits.
WashiiiKtmi, Feb. 2S. Germany has
admitted for the first time that her
proposal to war on armed merchantmen
technically violates international law.
This is the interpretation drawn here
today from United Tress Staff Corres
pondent Ackerman's dispatch, (pintinn
a German official as charging that Hol
land "first" violated international
If Germany takes this view, she is
contending that the decree is a recipro
cal, though previous Berlin reports indi
cated Germany took positions that neu
trals could not expect to bind Germany
by an obsolete law adopted when priva
teers infested the seas.
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The Brisk Smoke "Bull" Durham
When yoti see an alert-looking young man in a lively argument
roll a "Buli" Durham cigarette it's the natural thing. He likes to
punctuate a crisp sentence with a puff of "Bull". His mind re
sponds to the freshness that's in the taste of "Bull". His'senses are
quickened by the unique aroma of "Bull". A cigarette of "Bull"
Durham just fits in with keen thinking and forceful action.
You get more wholesome, lasting satisfaction out of "Bull" Durham than
A.k for frce packag, of hom any other tobacco ever rolled up into a cigarette.
Made of "bright" Virginia-North Carolina leaf,
"Bull" Durham is rich, fragrant, mellow-sweet the
mildest, most enjoyable of smokes.
"Roll your own" with "Bull" and join the army of
smokers who have found that so good a cigarette cannot lit
obtained in any other way.
ing correct wy
to "Roll Your Own Cigsrertei,
and a package of cigarette papera,
will both be mailed, free, to any
ddreta in U.S. on request. Ad
dresa "Bull" Durham, Durham,
TEE AMEPJCAt? TOBACCO CO.
"V. ' cmn " with aocA eucl
! ' ft
I Would Avoid Extremes.
i 'WasliinKtoii, Fch. S. ' 1 1 woul.l lie
.just as much ashamed to lie rash as 1
t would to lie a coward. Valor -strilies
only when it is j-iyli t to strike."
! This is President Wilson's viewooint
as pulilisheil today from the text of liis
, Saturday night speech before the (Irid
I As for the presidency he declared any
I man seokinjr it with the idea of gettinc
I what it will bring is an "audaciou;
j One Preacher Talks
1 of Another's Book
San Fiancisco, Fob. 2s. "Social
poison'1 is the term applied by Uov.
I'aul Smith of this city to the book,
"The Soul of Woman," written by
K"v. I'aul .Ionian Smith of lierkeley.
In the course-of nil attack on' the
book and its idcis, the local pastor de
clared last niiit to his coiiKieyation :
"The sex obsession which has swept
over the American public in theso last
two or three years can bo explained
only i iy the lad that women are allow-ino-
at least a freedom of thniinht nil
imagination which formerly they con-
dennied.'1 Iiicidentally he declared;
that "deliberately and permanent ly
childless inaiiiacs ' ' are a "blasphe-1
nions prostitution of the whole sex idea.!
M'apital .fournal Special Service.)
.Monmouth, fire., Feb. 2M. .Mr.
ChaileH South, famous violinist of Cort
land, k'ives a complimentary recital io
uiyht at the Oregon Xorinal school for
those who would appreciate heiiring him
The Conimcrcial club will have an
open meeting at the moving piiture
show tm i 1.1 i njr on Tuesday evening of
the, 2!th. The main subject for consid
eration and discussion will be, " IVrmii
nent Street Improve.ncnt. " l-.'njjinoer
V. A. Mimes, of Dallas, will be pirnent
and will discuss the different systems
of strei.f pavement. It is hopi-'d that
there will be a. good attendance for
those who are interested in the subject.
Sevi'i-nl new students enrolled in the
normal S'-hool last .Monday. The total
cin'ollmcnf for the year is now 42fi,
Coritno-tors havo lieen buililini;
cement sidewalk across the campus of
the new training school this week which
improve its looks very much.
Last Friday morning Mr. (iilmore, of
the normal school, gave a very inter
esting talk to the normal si-h'ool Klu-
cuts, In inpio doing '"I lie .Summer
School." The lecture was illustrated
very nicely by pictures which Mr. (Jil
moro had taken and made into slides for
f'olonel K. llofer, of the hoard of
regents, gave a very interesting lecture
Friday evening at the joint meetings
of the. two literary societies of the Fem
inine in I.iteinry. " Many people came
out to hear Colonel llofer mid enjoyed
the lecture very much.
The city council met in the council
chamber last Tuesday evening nt " :'.W.
Ah this was a legal holiday no quorum
was present, so the meeting was ad
journed until Wednesday evening, when
all members but one were present.
.Mrs. Catherine K. Stump died at tin'
home of her daughter. Mrs. Mry Camp
bell, in .Monmouth, last -Monday, Feb
ruary L'l. lHlii. TIP funciul services
were held at the Christian cliori!,
I the services of 1'rof. W. S. Rrnwn, of
j the Oregon Agricultural college, f. r a
few days to conduct a class of vo'uu
; teor.-i for pruning in ci-chnrds in this
! vicinity. All interested aie asked to
join I'rog. Urown ' class.
"The Athena Society" which is. the
il'ills' litenii-v Kiw'ietv- ;, I,-,.,,M,1.
I high school, hud their regular business
iiiei-iirin msc ingut in tne nign sellout
building at H o'clocjt. After the busi
ness session Miss Mi-Cnllister 's section
of the society rcndc.ed n program
which consisted of pinuo duds, vocal
solos, duets nail readings. After the
program, light refreshments v. ei e, en
joyed nitil all went home feeling lint at
This week the senior class in Mon
mouth high school hiive been deciding
about the form of graduation aniiounci"
meats liud cards that, they w Mi to use.
There is to be an unusually large gradu
ating class in ,luue,
A special school meetine- wilt lie liel.l
for the voters of school distriot. No. 1;
of 1'olk county, at the high school j
bllihlimr on tee 'Villi ,1i,- ,,f r..l.-
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. The qucs-i
iion to lie voteu ii m the proposition
of illlt horiy.i uir the icliid li. ...... I ... ...11
the state normal ciool groinnls.
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i I1C II ll 1 SCIIOO ilisiet he t..,..., T...4
two games last Saturday. Silvertou de-j
."ealiol them :!.'! to I'l' m,,! Vlt a i
aiso won tne highest number of scores.
Several people from this city witnessed
tiiese two e.aines.
-Mr. J. .I. Stone, of this place, wh,
was recently reported on par the disocse
of appendicitis i-s i-epm-ied t,, ), m.
proving very nicely probably be
home in few weeks.
Mr. Hall, of Marshfiehl, grand i.nr-ter
of the . (, (). F. b.'ge. ,vi,s in our
city lust Monday and gi:v an e.M-ellent
address to the Odd Fellows at their
regular meeting on that evening.
Mr. .T. I,. Alurdock went to Foit'iuid
le.-t Friday on business which is con
nected with the creamery compaiiv here
and remained until the first ,',f
The roads in (his vicinilv are drv
WHAT CAUSES COLDS?
1 his question is asked everyday,
A cold is really a fever, not always
caused by the weather but often due to
disordered blood or lack of important
food-elements. In changing seasons
fat-foods are essential because they
distribute heat by enriching the blood
and so render the system better
able to withstand the varying elements.
This is the important reason uhv
Scott's Emulsion .should always be
taken for colds, and it does more
builds strength to prevent sickness.
Scott's Emulsion contains Nature's
rare strength-building fats, so skillfully
blended that the blood profits from
every drop. It is free from harmful
drugs or alcohol. Sold at drug Mores
always get the genuine.
btotl & Ifciwue, liloumficid, N. J, 15-JJ
morning in ehargn of
C.eorge C. Kit" hey. pastor of the chinch
.Mrs. stump was buried in the ceme
terv south of Monmouth.
The Oregon Milling and Warehouse
company purchased tho flour will Inst
week of Stone & Son, and will tnke pi,
sos-inn some time in April.
The giange at .Monmouth lias secured
Stock, farm implements, buggy,
hack, chickens and household
goods, on I'ringle Head, 1 1-2
miles south of end of 12th street
cur line. Sale Wednesday, March
1, ul II M) a. in. sharp."
Mrs. H. K. Green
now and are even dusty in some places.
The fine weather and the roads are very
favorable for motoring and there are
g ".cat numbers who take advantage of
these conditions while they last.
The fanners in this section of the
country nre all busy doing the spring
work and many are planting their gard
ens. Miss (ioi'tiude. Follow, a normal
school graduate, and who is now one of
the school teachers in Dallas, was a
Monmouth vi-.-itor last Momlnv.
Mr. ami .Mrs. A. J. Haley. 'of .Wit,
Monmouth, ant I to Saleui Sunday I
visit their son, Harold, who is in' the
Last Wednesday from Id until II dur
ing the funeral of Mrs. Catherine F.
Stump, the stoics all closed.
This fine weather brings the high
school boys out of doors where they
practice javelin and discus throwing.
Hubert I.. Smith, from Vacott. Wash.,
has purchased the Monmouth laundrv
from Mr. i:d Hedwe,,. It,, orooofcs Vi,
put in more niachiucry ami to establish
a cleaning and pressing department in
connection with the laundry. Mr. Smitl
expects to take possession' the first nt
The senior class of the normal si hool
was represented in chapel last Wednes
day morning by Miss (iruco Mav, whose
topic was. "A- Teacher in a n ' Kastei n
Oregon Hiirau School." The talk was
much appi-ecmiatcil as it was full ol
good practical suggestions.
The first class party of the mid
semester of the Oregon normal school
was given last Saturday cM-uiug, when
the juniors entertained the new class
members at a "colonial party." It was
given in the gymnasium which was at
tractively decorated with flags, buntiii).
and shields in patriotic style. The
grand pri udo was led by M,-. Ostie,,
and Miss Taylor, class advisors A very
interesting program followed the grand
march and closely following the pr.
gram "l)au Tucker" was danced. I,-.
cream was then ,-ervcd and th.
nights were said.
'I he high school -students eujoved l!,
"Suffragette lb, ml," yesteidav morn !
ing. which are typewritten high school
jokes gotten up by the girls' I.iteraiv
One day this week Alvin Ilurbank
w.-n run into by a Ford automobile nt ,
the postntiiice comer. The lad's In...
was bruised eoiisidi-inblv, but no serious
injury is reported. ;
Miss Althea Kmiiis, of Monmouth, . 1
expected home from Dallas tomorrow.
Her many friends will be gh,, to see
her home again as si,,, has been in Dal
his for some few weeks, haling unoei-i
went mi operation for appendicitis r,:
tlie Dallas hospital.
Washington's birthday was observe, I
nr the Oiegon Normal' iehool with
"pecial program, which was prepa
oy the students of Mr. Uutler'w proles,
sioiuil history class, v, ho occupied th.
seats of honor upon ,,. platform. Th
special day prigram was an excellent
one and the chapel looked especial!
artistic with its decorations of flag"(
and bunting in honor of the day
Miss Mabel West, Mrs. O. A. Macv !
"I the normal, and Hownnl Morln'r.
were Salem visitors last Wednesday-.
Hr. F. K. Howei-son, of our city, mndi I
a business trip to Salem Thuis-duv of
last week and I'. I), (juisenberrv, ol '
Dallas, took his place in the drug 'store
returning tu Dalian the next evening. '
Teachers Hold Local
Institute at Silverton
About 100 teachers in the vicinity of
Silverton held an interesting session at'
that city Saturday i ordiag to Coun
ty Superintendent W. M. Smith who
had charge, of the affair. One of the
principal sponkers was .Mis, Helen
ongil, of the domestic, science depart
ment of the Oregon Agricultural col
lege who delivered an address of par
ticular interest to the teachers present,
l'rofcssor Thomas Gentle, of the factil
, ty of the Oregon State Normal school
I at Monmouth spoko on the, work of th.
' primary department,
i Among the local teachers who g:n o
talks on the work in which they mo
specializing were I'rof. C. II. Fagy who
j spoke on "wriliiitt"; Miss Kdna Steen,
mi "Craininar"; Miss Inn Hubbs, on
"The I'laygrouiid"; Mrs, Fthd Downs.,
I'on "Discipline."; .Miss Hilda Olson,
on 't History"; Miss l.eln. Hitches, on
"Language."; Miss. .Mabel Seielstad
presented her Third grade pupils whni
g.-nc a class exercise.
Indigestion. One package,
proves it. 25c at all druggists.
W'e hnva n choice stock of re
cleaned Wheat, Oats, Barley, Eye,
Vetch, Sudan Grass, Clover and
Grass Seeds. Cleaned up in firt
class shape and sold at the lowest
possible prices, quality consider
ed. Bulk Garden
The most complete stock in the
valley and all fresh tested seeds.
No old second hand stocks to
work off, bought at a discount.
We have the finest Sweet Peas
ever offered in the state, grewn
by the be.it grower in the world,
including many of the latest nov
elties. Including a complete line
of the FAMOUS SPENCER
Have several of the leading
Early Potatoes as well as the best
of the main crop potatoes and
sold at reasonable prices.
Now have in stock Cabbage
Plants, Asparagus Roots, and
Rhubarb Roots. The best ou the
markot. Call for seed catalog,
D. A. White &
251 State St. Salem, Ore.