Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, June 02, 1916, Page FIVE, Image 5

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OKEGON, FRIDAY. JUNE 2. 1916.
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Train Blown From Track in
Illinois and Two Towns
Wrecked In Iowa
Tells Graduating Class They
Are Not College Boys But
Naval OScers
Fontiuc, III., June 2 Twenty persons
were injured, one seriously, when the
Midnight Special, the Wabash rnil
Tond's fast mail train, Chicago to tft.
Louis, wag blown from the track one
mile south of Saunemin early today, in
one of the most severe wind storms
that has visited central Illinois in
years.
Tim wreck occurred in a deep cut
which kept the enrs from overturning
and prevented mom serious injuries to
passengers. The engine, combination
Brooking and bngge car and four coaches
were blown from the track. The bag
Rage car was literally torn to pieces.
On woman was thrown through the
window of a coach for a distance of 20
feet.
The injured were taken to Forrest,
111., in a special train rushed from Decatur.
McGregor, Iowa, Hit.
T.aCrosse, Wis., June 2. Several peo
ple are reported killed at North Mc
Gregor, Iowa, and great property dam
age done in a tornado that truc.k that
village anil Prairie Du Chcne, across the
Mississippi river last night. Wires nre
down from I.aCrossc and railroad com
munication is interrupted.
Beports reaching hero, as yet, un
confirmed, were that the storm was ac
companied by a cloudburst and that a
number of persons were drowned at Mc
Gregor, Iowa. All railroad communica
tion is interrupted by washouts on both
sides, of-the Mississippi river, and all
wires are down. Railroad and tele
phone companies are working desper
ately to re-establish communication
-from l.nCrosse. Wrecking crews left
I.aCrosse early today for the scene of
the storm.
Much Damage Done.
Dubuque, Iowa, June 2. Telephone
messages from McOregor. north of here,
say that a cloudburst last night did
damage to the extent of $50,000.
The water fell literally in sheets and
hundreds of head of stock were drown
on1. Hardly a business house escaped
injury and the water flooded tho local
"hotel to tho top of tne dining room
tables.
The latest word from McGregor came
over a commercial wire from the hotel
in that city at midnight. At this time
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KlitfAtEQ THROUGH
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CORPORATION
"Blue Blood and Red"
The greatest Fox pic
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Geo Ridgely
and
Wallace Reid
in
"THE LOVE MASK"
PATHE WEEKLY
Orchestra Music
By Robert J. Bender,
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Annapolis, Mr., June 2. President
Wilson, speaking at tho graduation
ceremonies at the naval academv tml.iv.
told the newly created ensigns, "they
are going to live their lives under the
most stimulating compulsion imaginable."
"This is the stimulus of public
duty," said the president, "t shall
personally watch your careers with in
terest. I have been told that being as
sociated with college should make one
able easily to understand college boys.
I believe I do; and I understand that
your duties are not merely those of
college boys, but of officers of the
United States.
"You have been trained to act
promptly and correctly. The whole
history of the world might be changed
by what you did not do or did
wrongly. '
"I have thought -there was one in
teresting bond that united us," said
the president. " You were at Wash
ington three years ago and saw me get
into trouble, (referring to hi;; inaugur
ation as president) and now 1 am here
to see the beginning of your trouble.
"Your trouble will last longer than
mine, but I doubt if it will be any
more interesting. I have had a liberal
education in the last three years with
which nothing that went before bears
tho slightest comparison.
"But what I want to say to you
young gentlemen is this: I can illus
trate it in this way. Once and again
when youngsters here or at West
Point have forgotten themselves or
have dono something they ought not to
do and were about to be disciplined,
perhaps severely for it I have been
apHaled to by their friends to excuse
them from the penalty.
"Knowing I have npent most of my
life at a college, they comment and say
to me, 'You college boys; you know
what they are. They are heedless
youngsters very often and youth ought
not to be held up to the same standards
of responsibility that older men must
submit to,' and I have always replied:
" ' Yes, I know college, but while
these youngsters are college boys they
are something more. They are officers
of the United States. They are not
merely college- boys.'
"If they were I would look at
derelictions of duty on their part in
another spirit but any dereliction of
duty on the part of a naval officer of
the United States may involve the
fortunes of a nation and cannot over
looked." The diplomas presented by the presi
dent passed 17$ young officers into
country's service. The president shook
hands with each.
two men were reported drowned and
two children missing.
The streets of the city were flooded
and guests of tho hotel were driven
from the lower floor by the water. Tho
cyclone unroofed the opera house there.
A cloudburst damaged Decorah to
the extent cf $25,000. Two bridges
over tho upper Iowa river there were
washed out. Two Milwaukee railroad
bridges near Decorah and one Kock Is
land bridge, two miles out of town,
went away with the floods No fatali
ties were reported there.
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TRY EFFECT OF FORGE
Board Vessel, Remove Strike
breakers and Send Them to
Seattle on Launch
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President
Suspenders
19c
Take Your Pick of Any
50c Tie in Our Store for
This genuine GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE means much to thrifty people.
Our store is a busy place but we are taking pains to see that every one is care
fully served. Every article is marked in plain figures and every reduction in
price shows for itself. All merchandise is advancing in price and consequently
these marked down prices are doubly attractive.
25c Paris and
Boston Garter
16c
39c
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Our entire stock is new
and received during the
past few weeks from New
York's best makers. Re
cent advances make these
ties actually worth 65c
each.
15c Triangle
Collars
3 for 25c
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Taconia, Wash., June 2.--Armed with
pieces of load piKj concealed in news
papers, automatic pistols and clubs,
more than 7.) striking longshoremen
forced their way through a harri'-ade
at the Eureka (lock here stortly after
non today, boarded the steam schooner
Xome City and evicted 120 strikebreak
ers who had been imported from Seat
tle earlier in the day. The non-union
men were forced aboard a launch and
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About fifty Men's Suits of the
famous Alfred Benjamin
make. Every suit from oar
$25 line. Take your choice
for
A
Now Is the Time to Buy Shoes
This is positively the greatest Shoe opportunity that ever occurred in Salem
ALL $5.00 FLORSHEIM SHOES $4 95
ALL $5.50 FLORSHEIM SHOES $4 50
ALL $6.00 FLORSHEIM SHOES 485
ALL $7.00 FLORSHEIM SHOES $5.25
Buy now and save big money1 Prices at wholesale are jumping up and still
we offer the best grades at the lowest prices ever quoted. Every shoe in our
store will cost $1.00 more this f alL
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ivery ?ii.uu iiat in our it
store now 83c U
Every $1.50 Hat in our
ctnro nnw t'l 10 Im
Every $2.00 Hat in our
store now $1.63
Every $3.00 Hat in our I
store now $2.29 I
yo.ov in our p
store now $2.45
Every $4.00 Hat in our It
store now $2.83 l
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Every $6.00 Hat in our I'l
store now Ji I
10c White
Hand er chiefs
4c
Shirt Bargains
$1.25 Shirts, Stiff Cuffs 95c
$1.50 Shirts, Stiff Cuffs $1.15
$2.00 Shirts, Stiff Cuffs $1.35
$1.50 Shirts, Soft Cuffs $1.15
$2.00 Shirts, Soft Cuffs $1.35
$3.00 Shirts, Soft Cuffs $2.29
$4.00 Shirts, Soft Cuffs $2.95
$5.00 Shirts, Soft Cuffs $3.85
Underwear Bargains
50c Poros-Knit Underwear , 35c
All 50c Underwear 39c
All $1.00 Underwear 83c
All $1.50 Underwear $1.19
All $1.75 Underwear $L29
All $2.00 Underwear $L65
All $2.50 Underwear $1.95
All $3.00 Underwear . . .-. $2!25
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when last seen were well on their way
toward Seattle.
The Btrikers battle their way past
deteotives (iiariling the gang plank' of
the vessel with drawn revolvers. Dis
regarding the officers' guns, tho strik
ers leaped over the side of the Nome
City, ruvhed into the hold, seized the
strikebrakers and hustled them aboard
the launch Thelnio ()., which had been
used to convey them from Seattle.
The Thelnio O. was then towed into
j the tream by another launch in charge
of a crew of strikers, aim started out
for Seattle with the non-unionist on
board.
Members of the Waterfront Employ
ers association appealed to the sheriff
MTIPPODRO M ETH3
ii ii Vaudeville
Bligh Theatre Sunday
If Too Fat Get
More Fresh Air
; Be Moderate in Your
j Eeduce Your Weight.
Oil of Eorein.
Diet And
Take
TODAY and TOMORROW
Western Vaudeville Association
VAUDEVILLE
GEO. and MARIE BROWN
The Immaculate Cos
tumed Singing Act
FRANCES and HOLLAND
An Elaborate Dancing
Act.
Special Feature Pictures
Lack of fresh air it is said weakens
the oxygen carrying power of the blood,
the liver becomes sluggish, fat iccumu
; lntes and the action of many of the
i vital organs arc hindered thereby. The
! heart action becomes weak, work is an
1 1 effort and the beauty of the figure is
i I destroyed.
I tat put on by indoor life is unaealtny
! ind if nature is not assisted in tbrow
! ing it off a serious case of obesity may
result.
When you feel that yo are getting
too stout, take the matter in hand at
once. Don't wait until your figure has
become a joke and your health ruined
through carrying around i burden of
unsightly and unhealthy fat.
I 8end as much time as you possibly
can in the open; breathe deeply, and
I get from Central Poarnincy or any
druggist a box of oil of korein
capsules; take one after each meal and
on before retiring at night.
i Weigh yourself every few days and
keep up tie treatment until you are
down to normal. Oil of korein is ab
solutely harmleis, is pltaant to take,
helps the digestion and even a few days
I treatment has been reported to show a
noticeable reduction iu weight.
and United States marshal's office for
aid. A squad of deputy sheriffs was
sent to the scene of rioting but the
strikers had dispersed when they arrived.
BORN
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JAY EH To Mr. and Mrs. John .laves,
13-1U South Commercial street, Friday
June 2, HtHi, a daughter, to be nam
ed Clenna.
The . emocratic county central com
mittee will meet at the court houwe
Saturday afternoon for the election of
all officers and a member of the state
eentr.il committee.
At the sesion last evening, the EU's
formally endorsed Miss Vvrna Cooder
as their candidate for queen tit tiie
Cherry f ii r.
(Continued From Page One.)
notified Mayor Gill that there will be
no trouble.
Crowds of strikers, were stui.ljng
aiound the waterfront today watching
every vessel in port.
Rrrtcntatives of W. R. Orace and
company, announced that the stenrosiiip
Co:um would be sent t Taconia tuduv
where an effort would be made to
lnhu her. If the plan works out, they
will send tho Cuzco there Haturd ly.
luring on-union labor ,
Fourteen non union men worked the
cargo of tho Nippon Vusen Knilia
liner Shid,zouka Maru and another
crew worked the steamship Al Ki at
iff 14 jeMi may
The Tnpli(yers asociation built a
12 foot fence in froi.t of an oid ware
house at the foot of Jackson street,
whi-ii thev aid would be ucd to
house strikebreakers. Agents are now
signing up non-union workers, the em
ployers announced today.
Inteniation.il vice president Cordon
J. Kelly, of the union workers, sa,i.
that the walk out had been so com-
b'telv earned out in all I'acific ports
of the I'nited States, that violunce
wt.uld not be necessary in order to win.
Mayor flill has ordered waterfront
police to IW1 rougkly with any disor
derly persons.
Approximately $li(,ll00 will be lost
in wages daily to the strikers ilong
the coast, as long as they hold out, it
was estimated here today.
Dead Locked at Portland
Portland, Dr., June Today saw no
change in the longshoremen's and riv
er steamboat men's strike on the loc il
waterfront and onlv one clash bid ween
strikers and non-union men was re-
j juried ut me ponce, uiic iiremen mid
daekhandH in small numbers loitered
about piers and slips, but no long
shoremen ventured near the wharves,
ami :-.t their union's headquarter ill
wur: quiet.
Harbor Master H. Teier asked that
his small force, be strengthened by de
tails from police headquarters which
was done.
Harry llennnnson a deckhand of the
river stcamboit Dalles- ( ity was ar
rested on n charge of disorderly con
duct, alter n fistic encounter with
strikebreakers from the steamer Kel
logg. Tho liner Braver in compliance
I with orders made no attempt to work
her cargo and no other sea-going ves
I sets arrived in port except the ". A.
i Kilbuin of the .or,u 1'acilic. line lat.i
I lust night.
I It was reported th.it the scale
inamled bv tne union was otfered
j longshoremen to load the schooner
I Alumna at Knappton, hut no work wa i
( done an. I no agreement signed. An
! other report had it, that, the new of
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no- srnooucr .. r. i oaies at
walked ashore when uslied to
j cargo.
Mcumlinat officers mid off i
j tne different stevedoring companies
say no approach has been made by Out
union men loosing lowunl a sett lenient,
or arbitration.
doth.
Waun.i
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ials of
Today-Tomorrow-OREGOM-Today Tomorrow
3 Acts 3
3 Acts 3
STANLEY and LEA BEN CLARK GYPSY DUO
V"!lLiiM Ventriloquist and singing and Dancing
De 1,utt Comedian Two Girls who Know How
BIGGEST and BESfHsHOW in TOWN
FRANK MILLS CHARLES MURRAY
T!TP Mnnil nnn.nii TRIANGLE PICTURES
"THE MORAL FABRIC" "THE LOVE RIOF
A Dram, that ha. , Lesson llU tfton
-FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN in "THE WALL BETWEEN" and
THREE NEW VAUDEVILLE ACTS