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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 1916.
Willamette Valley News
Escape of Convicts
(Onpital Journal Special Service.)
: Quinaby, Or., Aug. 17 The escape
of tw0 convicts engaged in pulling flax
on the Etter place at Clear Lake yes
terday, caused- some excitement in this
neighborhood, as. several shots were
fired after the fleeing men, some of
which are believed to have taken
, Hay baling and threshing are oc
cupying the farmers now that' the
loganberry crop is out of the way.
The funeral of Mrs. W. R. Jones,
wMJsrfied suddenly at her home last
Monday, was held from .the Methodist
church at Brooks, Tuesday, and was one
of the most largely attended ever held
A carload of lime was received this
week at Brooks for distribution among
the farmers who are applying it to
worn out land, and so anxious were
the land holders to secure the benefits
of- the bargain rates offered, it, is
probable that other shipments will follow.-
Ihiring the past two weeks the fol
lowing have become owners of automo
biles: A. M. Anderson who purchased
a Maxwell and Feruand Barnick,
Thomas Larsen, Hruce Jones and
Brown Penney who purchased Fords.
Mr. Penney will make a trip to Okla-j
noma witn nis family in his car this
.". Miss Bertha Kelley loft Inst Sunday
for her home in Denver, Colo., after
a two month's visit to her aunt, Mrs.
A. M. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McFarlane, who
have just returned from an extended
auto trip to the state of Washington,
spent a few days Inst week at Wilhoit
Macleay News Notes
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Macleay, Ore., Aug. 17. A merry
bunch of travelers motored to Silver
Creek Falls last Sunday and spent the
time while there in climbing up and
rolling down the steep banks. Some of Campbell west of the city last winter,
the party fell in the creek but beyond I Hovt was captured by Sheriff Orr
a ducking no damage was done. One
and all reported the scenery beauti
ful and well worth the journey. Those
who enjoyed the sights were: H. E.
Martin and family, J. M, Martin and
famil, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Beers, G. L.
Morris and family, John Xadcrmau and
family, J. F. C. Tekeaburg and wife and
Lester Harper and wife and son Frank,
comprising about 25 in all.
Mrs. Ben Kaiser has been repored ill.
O. B. Chapman has returned home
from his work at the -state hospital anil
is preparing to go threshing with the
O. L. Martin machine.
The Macleay road is popular in more
than one way it seems. The other night
your correspondent observed a Ford
with lights very dim running slowly
east. Later the same machine was pull
ed up at the roadside with lights out,
Mrs, Alta Bona and son, Wm., and
Mrs. H. O. Taylor and daughter Marion,
were callers at the H. E. Martin home
Julius Jasmer was a visitor at the
Baker farm in Bethel Monday afternoon.
DALLAS LOCAL NEWS
(Capital Journal Special Service.).
Dallas, Or., Aug. 17. Circuit Judge
H. H.- Belt received a check for $20
from H. L. Hoyt of Sheridan lust Sat
urday paying for a young heifer which
Hoyt stole from the ranch of II. G.
Claims Defendants In Minne
sota Refused to Carry
(Capital Journal Special. Service.)
Rosedale, Or., Aug. 17. C. H. Brown
and wife returned Tuesday evening
from a three weeks' outing in the
mountains. They report, a good time.
I Mr. Brown says the snow is ten feet
.. ...... . ..,...., ,,.(.,, ,n Home parts.
Springs, where their daughter, Mrs. Husspll Morniaw and Clifford Rose
George Beckner and children are en-; of Highland Friends church, Ralem,
joying an outing. were vi8itors at the .Friends church
Arthur Girod. has had one of the i nere 8unay at u , ,,. jfr. Ross is
nuuuings oil ine Aaoipn u.ron place ilt eUr(,e of the services,
rt?inutu in ins iiumt- mure lu ue useu
for a garage. The house was moved by
John Zielinski who attached his en
nine to it. I
Mr. and Mrs. Mark McFarlane of
Linn county have been here some time
looking after the business of Agent .1.
!. McFarlane during the vacation of
' A daughter from Tacoma is being en
tertained at the August Bunick home.
Miss Christine Harold entertained
the FHcklin's from Portland during the
latter part of the Indian Institute at
Mr. and Mrs. Frnnklyn Snmers and
their two children, Robert and Ken
neth, Miss Merle Driggs, and Xewtoa
'rabtree of Scio motored over for a
Sunday visit with Mrs. Susan McMunii,
a cousin of the late Mrs, ("rabtree.
The most regally beautiful
and stunningly . gowned ac
tress on the screen.
'As In a Looking Glass'
Just an American Girl
No Raise In Prices
Walter Pemberton has returned from
his trip to the south part of the state,
reports success in buying a car load of
horses,' and is out this week over the
country for aViother load.
Mr. Tilson of Salem was in this sec
tion Wednesday looking over the prune
crop. A heavy drop of prunes is re
ported in this section.
PRESIDENT VISIT CHICAGO
Chicago, Aug. 17. President Wilson
will visit Chicago late in September or
enrly in October, it was announced here
today by Senator Thomas Walsh, of
Montana, western democratic enmpnign
manager. The president will come un
der the auspices of the real estate men
Journal Want Ads Get Results.
LAST TIMES TODAY
Friday and Saturday
'The American Beauty'
Salem's Only Exclusive
IZ that ;ZZZZZ
trip should not be delayed.
''Oregon's premier beach resort"
is not far away and is easily reached.
from Albany and Corvallis. Low
round trip fares are available, flood
hotel accommodations. Fine surf bath
ing. Boating on Yaquina Bay.
You can't beat Newport for a place to
enjoy a vacation.
Ask any local agent or write to
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agt.
when he went to get the carcass of
the animal the next night after killing
the same, and brought to this city andj
lodged in the county bastHe. At his
trial he declared that he killed the
animal to provide food for his family
who were in a destitute condition. As
he had always borne a good reputation
Judge Belt suspended seutence uwn
the accused man and gave him six
mouths in which to pay for the stolen
heiler. That the man is endeavoring
to make good is shown by the fact
that he paid for the animal in . less
than four months. The judge is exceedingly-
glad that he did not send
the man to the penitentiary.
Dallas Teachers Receive Certificates
Mrs. Edith Plank, Miss Nola Coad
and Miss Alta Savage, three teachers
in the public schools of this city have
been granted professional certificates
by the state superintendent of public
instruction. The certificates are for
advanced work done in the extension
division of the Vniversity of Oregon
and the Oregon Agricultural college.
Frank Fawk Injured
. Frank ,F9wk, a 'prominent farmer
living in the Salt Creek country wns
very painfully injured Monday morn
ing by being kicked in the thigh by
a horse. Fortunately no bones were
broken and the injured man wa.s
brought to this citv and given medical
attention. Mr. Fuwk Was out on the
street Tuesday looking rather paid hut
thankful that he escaped a more seri
Wm. Fantl of llillsboro is in the
city this week the guest of relatives
and friends. Mr. Knull was formerly
a Dallas business man having conduct
ed the hardware store now owned by
Craven Hardware Co.
C. L. Starr of Portland was a Dallas
business visitor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. .1. Hadley and son,
Robert, have returned to their home in
Portland after a sevenl day's visit at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Lough
ary on Oak street.
Dr. A. B. Starbuck and Breeze C!ib
son returned Tuesday afternoon from a
short stav at Bav Ocean. They made
the trip out in a Ford in three hours
and thirty minutes.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Snyder returned
the first of the week from their honey
moon trip to Xrskowin and have rent
ed the ( has. Gregory residence on liv
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cnder of San
Jose. California, are u nests of relu
tives in Dallas this week. They have
just returned, from a trip through Yel
lowstone National park.
Jerry Driscoll was an over Sunday
visitor at the Capital city.
A larae number of the railway em
ployees attended the S. P, picnic at
T. J. Cheiringlon returned the last
of last week from an extended trip
throuirh the eastern states. lnle in
New York city he visited at the home
of his son, (!. N. Clierrington.
Mr. ami Mis. Mark llayter left Mon
dnv morninii for their annual outing
at Bar View in Tillamook county.
L. B. Hizsou, Jr., was a Newport vis
itor Sun'day .making the trip on
Kugene llayter, cashier of the Dallas
National bank, has returned from
month's visit at the home of his daugh
ter. Mrs. 11. It. Patterson, at Blind
Slough near Astoria.
Earl Brownlee- ot Oregon ( ity is a
kruest at the home of friinls ill this city
Mr. anil Mrs. C. B. Suiidbeig and
Mr. mid Mrs. C. L. ("rider returned
Monday evening from a short stay at
Tillamook countv beaches. -
A. C. Bohrnstedt, who has been mor
or less prominent as a land operator in
this section during the past several
years, has begun suit to recover dam
ages in tho sum of il00,000 'from A. E.
and W. 0. Benjamin, of Minneapolis,
Complaint in the case was tired in de
partment No. 1 of the circuit court yes
terday afternoon. The complaint al-1
leges that in Mineuapolis on or about !
March 11, lylO, the plaintiff aud the;
defendants entered into an agreement ,
and contract wherein plaintiff agreed
to enlist his services and time in the j
way of securing certain lands and prop-1
erty in Marion county, Oreeon. as well i
as the improvement, management and
development of snme, and it was agreed I
at Ntiiu time taut plaintiff should have i
right and authority to organize eor- i
portntions and companies and to employ '
necessary help; that contract provid- !
ed that defendants should furuish plain
tiff money and 'funds necessary. j
Bohrnstedt contends that pursuant
to the provisions of the contract he has
purchased various farming interests and I
improved and developed same, as well
as organized and promoted various cor
porations, but that the Benjamins have
defaulted in the provisions of the con
tract in that they failed, neglected aud
refused to supply him with necessary
Judgment js asked for the above sum,
also for costs and disbursements of this
Men's Work Shoes and
Dress Shoes ...$2.65
Men's Dress Shoes and
Boys' Shoes $1.65
values to $5.00
Ladies' Shoes . .
Suit for Damages
Caused by Collision
Two suits for damages were filed in
department No. 1 of the circuit court
yesterday afternoon as the result of a
collision between a one-horse buggy and
an automobile on the country road in
Clackamas county last October.
Ida Marie Harvey and her brother,
Bert L. Harvey, are the complninniils in
the action, both of which are against,
Stanley McKay, and each of which is"
for the sum of 3,000.
The circumstances attending the ac
cident as alleged in the complaints are
that Miss Harvey and her brother were
driving on the road in a buggy, and
that the defendant was at the same
time driving on the road in mi automo
bile, coming from the opposite direc
tion; that owing to the unlawful, reck
less and negligent manner in which the
defendant drove the automobile a col
lisn resulted, and the occupants of the
buggy were violently- thrown out and
Wheat Steadied Today
and Corn Climbed Some
Chicago, Aug. 17. Wheat steadied
after au easy opening today, the market
developing n firm undertone on good
commission buying. Fractional gains
were made on the dip. September was
up 3-4 and 1.41. December up 1-4 at
1.44 1-2; May up ). nt ipl.47 7-K.
Corn rose on local buying. Small
Hading nt the opening left the market
unchanged. Later .September was up
5-N at K3 3-4; December up -2 at 71 .'1-4
and May up ;i-H at 74 7-8.
Trailing in oats was light and the
market irregular. IJarly guius were lost
on selling. September was down 1-4 at
43 1-2; December unchanged nt 4 5-8
and May down 1-S at 4! 3-4.
Provisions were lower in sympathy
with a dull ling market.
Men's Sweaters, all.
Men's Suits, values
to $20, $9.65
Men's Suits, values
to $15.00 $7.85
Men's Suits, small
Boys' Suits, vallues
to $8.00 ...... $3.95
Middies ... 75c and 89c
10c, 15c. 18c, 25c
Sun Bonnets 8c
or 3 for . . . .
Corset Covers 21c, 24c
Large Sleeve Aprons,
good for House
Dresses ........ 79c
Corsets . . . 59c anfJ 9gc
Muslin, yard.... 7I2C
Pillow Cases 12V2C
Gowns.. 59c an(i 39c
5, 10 and 15c
Thousands of Bargains
in this Basement
Nothing over 15c
54-inch Mercerized Ta
ble Damask 12 l-2c
for 1-2 yard.
12 l-2c Toweling.. 912C
Fine Baskets, very
pretty, each.... J5C
Rapid Fire Egg
Beater, each .... JQg
Brown & White Cook
ing Ware, large arti
cles, each 5g
Clothes Pins, 3 dozen
Mason Jar Rubbers,
quality, each ... J5C
Small Barrettes, little
beauties, each ... Qc
Yiyj TRY SALEM FIRST g
Laughter and Tears.
Laughter and tears, according to a
recent book by Dr. Ceorge V. Crile, are
two "forms of the same mechanism a
human safety valve to prevent the
results of emotion from injuring the
When a pedestrian slips on n banana
I eel, and just as lie is about to tumble,
recovers his equilibrium
Pnieres, British machine guns stopped
a tiermuii attack.
Lull in Fighting. ia
Paris, Aug. 17. Beaten buck by the
heavy French ussault on both bunks of
the Homme, the fierniun-s mude no at-
the onlookers1 tempt tu counter attack against the
by laughing secure relief from the in- newly conquered French positions Inst I
tegratiou to run to his rescue. -Jf he niylit. j
inns aim uui-is nuns, ir me oniooKers, All 0ffj(.i Btatemeut from the war
lull IU II In llltl
7.5DH more prisoners by the Hussion
armies under Ceneral Sakhaihoff wns
officially announced today. Since the
beginning of the Russian offensive
Sakhaihoff has taken l4,754 prisoners.
Other additional booty taken by Suk
harhoff forces includedU4 light ami 17
Negro Murderer Is
r i j l n
is aid, thereby consuming the i f f;,.,, today reported a lull in infunlry'
tapiurea uy rosse
legnuion nun ncuce mere unfitting on the Soinine front, but re
Articles of incorporation were
at the corporation1 department this
morning by .1.-lirownsteiu & Soii,.juul
dealers at Portland, capitali.cd tor
ifiiOdO, and by the Clear Itiook Lumber
and Shingle company of Mist, Colum
bia county, with n capital of if."j()(IO.
inear Alnurepas and Bellov
mi ii i where the French advanced yesterday.
(Continued from page one.)
tweeu Ouillcniiiiit and the Kiver Sonime,
the French advanced yesterday, but
their assaults failed. Five new French
attacks in the same region lust night
were also beaten off.
Capture Some Trenches.
London, Aug. 17. Driving forward
in conjunction with the French, the Bri
tish not only scored advunccs nest and
southwest of (iuillemnnt Inst night, but
nU,i .mutiM-ml MOO Viiclu itf n C.trmnit
flDDDEEDEBQ0EQ3BI ! I'cucli west of the Foureaux wood, tien-
eral tlaig reported this atternoon. Ine
gain in this region udvanced the Bii-
ti.il, Vi.t 'tllO voi-.lu '.,, 4l,..;r ,.r.,u;,M
M i position.
hnst of Aloitipiet tarm, northwest of
LAST TIME TONIGHT
re-1 , . . ..
nrtilleryiiig. especially j "I'e'oiisns, i.a., .ug. 1 ..- Itillnne
Uu Smiterrv ' nrriers, negro had man and escaped
convict, wns arrested early today fol
lowing a three hour battle with a sher-
;rru i.. u -.i j. ..
i !' i ' i7--t!"''n tl l've uli wm ed in the shoulder. He ill
repulsed Itiissiuu attacks at many points, jve
on the eastern front and cnptu'icd the: Camere, who killed Sheriff Soids
Stnrnobzvna lull in the Carpathians, ,t!mm ,,,, W18 takl.n i,,
wns ott.cially announced this nl tcr-, ,!, of e bv Sheriff Fontenot, l,o
ii ii ) .KiMIUUJ IU III IIIJJ IIIM.MIl I Ni.r
Mu-n.-.la u li.i u na ,uU ...U't' tl.t ......
g.ou ot ttatkow and Haibnr.cw, Rus- 11N ki,, ,. hl. , ,'..
sum night ..thicks were repulsed. ,uni c'urri.-re to the state ncnitontiurv
whence he escaped
Russians Are Halted.
Near Toustobaby and Koncznni. Bus i
sinn. attacks were fruitless. In the re-1
Takes 04,754 Prisoners.
Pitrogrnd, Aug. 17. The 'capture of
finni, whence he escaped. The negr
who boasts of his murders, has killed six
persons ill a little less than a year.
Helpless in their strength, the sailors ! 5
playing in the Pallas-Parumount photo-!J
play, "The American Beauty," coming ill
to Ye Liberty tomorrow and Saturday,
almost make the play a comedy. The
scene was of the rescue of an infant
from an overturned life boat. The child S j
found in the boat was carried on board JJ
the ship. II
The anxious sailors endeavored to
feed the babe and their utter awkward- M
ness was the director's despair. These! IS
men, one of whom could easily snlit ail
boulder with his fist were now abso
lu'ely helpless and unable to feed the
The baby's cries upset them complete
ly. Again and again the scene wns tak
en but the semblance of feeding the in
fant was not filmed.
Then Myrtle Htedman, the star arriv
ing took pity on them and to the direct-a.i-
. ..i: 1. .i v. .
eewful "take." But their eomicnl'JI
clumsiness was almost pathetic and add-! II
ed a very human scene to this hiirhlv II
fascinating story. g
We mail your paper to yoo during i.,
your vacation. Phone 81. Emi
Tomorrow & Saturday
"THE BUGLE CALL" j
Positively one of tbe Best H
Pictures we have yet shown, fj
HEARTS ft SPARKS
A Keystone Nuf Sed
Wm. Collier, Jr.,
DRINK HOT WATER
Says you really feel clean, sweet
and fresh inside, and
are seldom ill.
acminiv itioN nor
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women. Kxpeitr.es l,OtieU
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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
NEW EDUCATIONAL U
2 Acts 2
Character Singing and Danc
ing Comediene ,
No Raise in Prices jj
Matinee 10c Evn'g 15c j
If ynu ure ui'i'iistonitMl to niiki upS
with u coi.t.'.l tniiKU.', foul l.r.'i.th "t B I
u lu II, tli..y hp.iili.i'l.p; or, if jouriS
i...'..l'H suiir ...nl turn intu uh mill n.'iits, '
.ynu have a ri'iil surpiiKe awaiting S
Touiiirriiw mnr.iing, i..im.Mlintly ' S
upon itriNinf?, ilrink a Iiikm of hotis
vtiitrr with a teaspoonftil of liiiiestoim
phoHpliute in it. This is inti'iiili'il to S
flint muitralizv anil tlii'ii wash out u( S
thirty feet 01 intestines oil tho is.li- 5
gi'Mlilile waste, poinons, sour bile and S
toxins, thus cleaiiHi..);, sweeteni.iK and
purifyiii); the entire ulin.eutary cbnhI. . E
Those subject to sielt headaches, s
backaches, bilious attacks, constipation S
or any form of stomach trouble, are
urged to net a quarter pound of lime- 5
stone phosphate from the drug store 5
and beyin enjoying this morning iu- S
side-bath. It is said that me., end's
women who try this beenme e.ithus js
sii.Htic and keep it up daily. It is aS
splei. did health measure for it is more! 5
important to keep clean aud pure oil E
the inside than on the outside, because E
the skit, pores do not absorb i.np.iri- S
ties into the blood, causing disease, iS
while the bowel pores' do. jE
The principle of bathing inside is E
not new, as millions of people pructice Sj
it. Just as hot water ami soap cleanse,
purify and freshen the skin, so hot E
water ana a rcuspoouiui ot limestone
kiil.ieys and bowels. Limestone phns- 5
pliate is On incxe.isive white powder '5
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