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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OttEflQN. SATURDAY. AUG. 1. 1916.
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THE NEW MARION APARTMENTS
Nelson 0. Freeman, proprietor, os
cillating wall bods, hot water heat,
Dutch kitchens. Beautifully locat
ed, opp. Marion park, 610 N. Com
mercial St, Salem, Oregon. Phono
BOB. Janitor service.
D. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Held, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic apinal adjustments and get welL
Office 406-7-8 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. Residence
aiOBLEY'S PAT. BRACED STYLE.
Depot American fence.
Screens for Doors and Windows.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
Stoves repaired and sold.
B. B. Fleming, 250 Court. Phone 124.
OREGON SCHOOL OF NEUROLOGY
Incorporated, dmgleas methods,
opens Sept. 5th, 1916. Private pa
tients and clinis, 1 to S p. m. Flora A.
Brewster, M. D. Dean, 328 Hubbard
bldg., Salem, Or.
SEDUCED FREIGHT BATES To and
from all poiats east, on all household
seeds, pianos, etc. Consolidated car-
laid service. Capital City Transfer
Company, agenU for Pacific Coast
Forwarding company, 161 South Com
mercial street. Phone Main 933.
A. O. V. W. Protection Lodge, No. 2,
Ueet every Monday everting at 8 In the
MeCornack hall, corner Cilirt and-Liberty
streets A. E. Auf ranee, M.W.; B.A.
McFadden, recorder; A. L. Brown,
financier; R. B. Duncan, treasurer.
CwNTBAL LODGE, No. 18, K. of P. Me
Cornack building. Tuesday evening of
Kb week at 7:30. J. G. Ueltsel, C. C. i
W. B. Gllson, K. of B. and 8.
ALEM LODOB No. 4, A. r. A A. M.
Stated communications first Friday In
ach month at 7 :30 p. m. in the Masonic
Temple. Cbas. UcCarter, W. M. ; 8. Z,
ALUM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D. Keeler.
resident ; Mrs. Lou Tlllaon, secretary. All
cases of cruelty or neglect of dumb ani
mals should be reported to the secretary
L N. 07 A. "Oregon Grape Camp," No.
Iter), meet every Thursday evenlngn
MeCornack building. Court and Liberty
streets; elevator. Mrs. Sylvia Schaupp,
1701 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Per
sou, recorder, 1290 North Commercial.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet every
Friday nlgbt at 8 o'clock In MeCornack
blk. A. J. Sweinink, C. C; L. S. Geer,
dark, 507 Court street Phsns 60S.
CHADWICK CHAPTER, No. 87, a B. 8.
Regular meeting every first and third
Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Masonic Tem
nle. Minnie Moeller, W. it. ; Ida At
VI MOLAI COMMANDEHT., No. 5, K. T.
Begular conclave fourth Friday In each
amth at 8 o'clock, p m., In Masonic Tem
ple, Sojourning Sir Knights are courte
ously Invited to meet with us Lot L.
Pearce, B. C, Frank Turner, recorder.
CNITOU ARTISANS Capital Assembly,
He. 84, meets ever Wednesday at 8 p. m.
ta Moose hall. C. O. Matlock, M. A. ;
C Z. Randall, secretary, gaftm Bank ef
HODSON COUNCIL. No. 1, R. A 8. M.
Stated assembly first Monday In each
Math. Masonic Temple. N. P. Rasmus
aea. Thrice Illustrious Master; Glenn C
9JALSM COUNCIL NO. 2622 Knight and
ladles of Security Meets every 2nd and
tk Wednesday each month at Hurst Hall.
Visiting members are invited to attend.
B. r. Walton, financier, 480 8. 14th Bt
lACiriC LODGE No. 50, A. F. A A. M.
Mated communication third Friday
la each month at 7 :80 p. m. In the
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bolam, W. M. i
Braest H. Choate. secretary.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Ore
a Cedar Camp, No. 624 8. meets every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In Mo
Oernacfc hall, corner Court and Liberty
streets. Blevator service. Geo. Belnohl,
w. C. : J. A. .Wright, clerk.
"WANTED We have an applicant who
desires to rent sn equipped farm of
100 acres or more, for two years, or a
longer period. Applicant has plenty
of help and eaa furnish good refer
ences. Call 470 or see Square Deal
taattr eouwejST. '
BO AY ANGER
BALEM 8CAVENQEB Charles Boos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse ox an
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and Oesa
pools cleaned. Office phone Afaia
1247. Residence U-t 2272.
OP smd Ten. ty
ciotnrj to STVf AT
Assailant to Death
Greeley, Colo., Aug. 18. Dan Van
dcrpool, aged 35, married and an ex
convict, was beaten to death last night
by Conrad Gissek, a ranchman, north
east of town, when the latter surprised
Vanderpool attacking his daughter,
Katie Gissek, age 16. Gissek is held
pending the coroner's inquiry.
Returning from a trading visit to a
gypsy camp last night, Gissek says he
found his daughter lying prostrate on
the ground, evidently beaten down by
Vanderpool who was near by. Gissek
attacked the latter with his fists and
the pair fought all over the lot. Final
ly, remembering the rifle he was car
rying, Gissek clubbed his daughter's
assailant to death.
AD Hands Point
to Our Want Ads as
' the Result Producers
Eyerykody watches them
Tkey bring, timely. reiulti
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Seal Estate Security.
THOS. K. FOBD
Orel Ladd tc Bush Bank, Salem, Oregra
$500,00 Eastern money to loan, low
rates, quick service. Repayment priv
ilege. Thos. A. Roberts, 203 U. S.
Bank bldg, Salem, Oregon.
MONEY TO LOAN I have made ar
rangements for loaning eastern
money, will make very low rate of
interest on highly improved farms
Homer H. Smith, room 5 MeCornack
Bldg, Palem, Ore. P'-xne 96.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
For water service apply at office
Bill navshle mon'.hlv in vne
CHERHY CITY WOOD SAW We live
and pay taxes in Salem. Let Salem
people saw your wood. Phone 269.
1198 N. 21st. F. L. Kcister, Wm.
1RS. B. H. WHITE and B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians ami
nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirksvillt
Mo. Post graduate and specialized it
nerve diseases it Los Angeles college
Treat acute and chronio diseases
Consultation free. Lady attendant
Office O05-S06 U. 8. National Bank
Building. Phone 859. Residonce 348
North Capital street. Phone 469.
WEBB ft CLOUGH CO C. B. Webb.
A. M., Clough morticiins and funeral
directors. Latest modern metiodf
known to the profession employed
499 Court St Main 120, Main 9888
BIGDON-BjCHARDbOJT CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 2S2 Korts
High street. Dar. and night phons
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which will
cure any known disease.
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283
r i - THERE Hfc IS n0W!-N 1 1 THIS tH)ST feTHE SPWXMttiY J
f " , I meAk hi Pootv ) OJEi-tr' 1 r IT
Both Men and
Travelers A re Stripped
By Carl W. Ackerman
(United Press staff correspondent)
Copenhagen, July 20 (By mail)
Everyone who leaves Germany today
via Warnemuendo for Denmark is strip
ped to the skin. Ears, nose, teeth and
toes are examined to see that no infor
mation or plans for the enemy are be
ing carried out.
Reichstag members, wives of offi
cials, correspondents and laborers are
An American crossing the border yes
terday remarked that before long it
would be necessary for the inspection
station to be built into the Baltic sea
so that the travelers could undress on
tho German border, walk into the wat
er and swim to a waiting station near
the ferry and wait for the cloths and
baggage to be examined and forwarded
When travelers leave the train they
enter a small wooden shed, resembling
in many respects a temporary bath
house at an American beach. Here the
passports are taken away and shoved
into an enclosed room where they are
examined. The holders are given num
bers. When the passport of a traveler is
finished he is called to another room
where he is questioned about the ob
jects of his journey. From here the
wayfarer goes to a large room when
the baggage is exumined while detect
ives stand in front and in back to see
that nothing is slipped by.
Every scrap of paper or eard board
is taken away, even wrappings and pa
per lining to boxes. Cotton is removed
from medicine bottle. Cigars are ex
amined, some are cut open, chocolate
in sealed packages is opened, t.ie wrap
ping destroyed and half the chocolate
broken up into bits to see that noth
ing is hidden.
Shoes with a new half sole are open
ed. The searcher feels everything, ex
amines canes to- see whether they are
THE MONEYLESS MAN
Is there no place on the face of the
Where charity dwelleth ,whcre virtue
Where bosoms in mercy and kindness
WJiere the poor and ths wretched shall
ask and receive!
Is there no place at all where a knock
from the poor
Will bring a kind friend to open the
Oh, search the wide world wherever
There is no open door for a moneyless
Go look in your halls where the chau
Drives off with its splendor the dark
ness of night,
Where the rich banging velvet in shad
Sweeps gracefully down with its trim
mings of gold;
And the mirrors of silver take up and
In the long lighted vistas the widening
Go there at the banquet and find if you
A welcoming smile for a moneyless
Go look iu your church of the cloud-
Which gives to the sun the same look
of red fire;
Where the arches and columns are gor
And the walls seem as pure as a soul
Walk down the long aisles, see the rich
and the great
In the pomp and the pride of their
Walk down in your patches, and f'nd
if you can
Who opens a pew to a moneyless man.
Go look in the banks where mammon
His hundreds and thousands of silver
and gold; '
Where safe from the hands of the
starving and poor,
Lie piles upon piles of glittering ore;
Walk up, to their counters, ah, there
you may stay,
Till your limbs shall grow old and
your hair grow gray.
And you'll find at tho bank not one
of the clan
With money to lend to a moneyless
Go look to your judge in his dark
hollow, opens umbrellas, holds every
collar up to the ligiit to see that noth
ing is written on the lining.
"After the baggage is examined,"
said an American woman who crossed
the border yesterday, "the men and
women are taken iuto separate com
partments, about the size of a large in
dividual bath house and there every bit
of clothing is removed. Women are ex
amined by women, men by men.
"The searcher went through every
inch of my clothes, examined the bor
der of my underwear and held almost
every inch of my clothes up to the
light. Even the roses I wore were ex
amined petal by petal, my wrist watch
was opened back and front, so also my
shoes, umbrella and hat.
"1 had to take down my hair and
my scalp was examined thoroughly I
suppose to see that I didn't have a
map of Metz concealed thereon. Then
my ears, teeth, hands, toes and back
were examined, but fortunately I was
not a suspicious woman because I was
not washed in alcohol to see if there
were any concealed maps drawn on my
skin. The alcohol and a basin of wat
er with towels were there and on a
shelf I noticed a, bottle of aromatic
spirits of ammonia and drinking water
for those who might faint under ex
amination, but in every way the wom
en wer courteous and gentle."
After that was over the passengers
were permitted to board the ship but
there they Boon encountered a score of
spieB who watched every move and
who listened to - every remark. The
Germans take no chances with anyone.
Articles which are taken away dur
ing the examination are wrapped up
belore the eyes of tne traveler ana
posted back to an addrecs he gives of
any friends in Berlin. Only suspicions
articles are confiscated.
At present no rubber goods of any
kind can be taken out no matter if it
is the most necessary articles. Not an
ounce of rubber leaves Uermany today
With the scales wherein law weigheth
Where he frowns on the weak and
Bmiles on the strong.
And punishes right and justifies wrong
Where juries their nanus to tne Dioie
To render a verdict they've already
Go there in court room and find f you
Any law for the cause of a moneyless
Then go to your hovel no raven has
The wife that has suffered too long
for her bread,
Kneel down by her pallet and kiss the
From the lips of the friend your pov-
Then turn in your sorrow your face
to tne sod,
And bless while it smites you the chas
For you'll fiud at the end of life's lit
There's no welcome on earth for
. H. T. Stanton.
When you see a man in woe,
Walk straight up and say "Hullo!"
Say "Hullo!" and "How d'ye del
How's the world been using yout"
Bring your hand down with a whack)
Waltz straight up and don't go slow,
Shake his hand and say, "Hullo!"
Is he clothed in ragsf Oh, ho, lo;"
Rags are but a cotton roll
Just for wrapping up a soul;
And a soul is worth a true
Hole and hearty, "How d'ye dot"
Don't wait for the crowd to go.
Walk straight up and say, "Hullo!"
When big vessels meet, they say,
They salute and sail away;
Just the same as you and me,
Lonely ships upon the sea,
Each one sailing his own jog
For a port beyond the fog;
Let your speaking-trumpet blow,
Lift your horn and cry, "Hullo!"
Ray, "Hullo!" and "How d'ye do."
Other folks are good as you.
When you leave your house of clay,
Wandering in the far away,
When yon travel through the strange
Country far beyond the range,
Tuen the souls you've cheered will
Who you be, and say, "Hullo!"
By the Late Sam Walter Fose.
Pacific Mail Steamship
Company Resumes Oriental
(By United Press.)
San Francisco, Auu. 19. The Pacific
Mail Steamship company resumed its
Oriental passeuger service today when
the oil burniug 10,000 ton steamer
"Ecuador" got under way from here
for Honolulu, Yokahnma, Kobe, Hhang-
nai, Manila and Hong Kong.
The Pacific Mail company quit the
trans-Paeifio trade when the seamen's
law became effective, on the theory
that the law imposed too many hard
ships on the steamship companies for
tne trade to De a paying proposition.
But with freight bringing $20 a ton be
cause of the war shortage of ships the
company was soon reorganized.
As the new ships are oil burners they
do away with the picturesque but un
comfortable process of taking on coal at
Oriental ports. Travelers probably will
De glad to change the romance of this
spectacle for the more prosaic act of
taking in oil. Oil is taken in much as
water. A long procession of orientals
used to load the ships with coal from
hand baskets, also loading the passen
gers' eyes, ears, noses, throats and lug
gage with a lot o'f coal dust.
WHEN THE LIGHTS WENT OUT
Those persons fortunate enoug'i to
have visited the Panama-Pacific Inter
national exposition will appreciate the
following lines of Leo S. Robinson.
One of the wonders of the fair was the
indirect lighting system planned and
executed by that new born electrical
genius, O'Ryau. Along the rotunda of
the fine arts palace the sweetest of the
statuary were the figures of little chil
dren, the nymphs, sprites and duek
babies. Robinson has combined the
lights and the duek babies in his poem.
I walked in the grounds when the
lights were out
After the midnight hour,
Where a sacred stillness fills the air
binee they sounded taps from the
As I stood by the dome of the Palace
of - Arts
I beard a faint Bob and sigh,
And I caught the gleam of a glistening
In the little Duck-baby's ey.
I bent down low and asked her to tell
What she was crying about,
And she told me it brake ber little
To have the lights put out.
She pleaded with me as she softly
In the darkness of the night,
To ' please tell the men who built the
To come and turn on the light."
I wiped the tears from her baby eyes
And told her she hud cried in vain
That when the lights were turned out
They never would shine again.
She hugged her ducks up under her
As they gave a plaintive peep,
Then they all cuddled down in the
grass by the lake
And cried themselves to sleep.
Thus ever it is in this world of ours
The brightest light will fail,
There's a tear in the eye and au ach
When we come to "The End of the
Poison Ivy and Oak
How to Treat Infection
Direct contact with the poison ivy
plant or poison oak is not always
necessary to produce poisoning, as the
poison may be transferred from cloth
ing') gloves, and implements, also from
towels used by those who have been in
eontaet with the plant. When there is
reason to believe that there has been
exposure to the poison, repeated
washing with warm water and strong
ly alkaline soap as soon as possible is
advisable, says the Weekly News Let
ter of the United States Department
There is no one remedy that will
cure all cases of ivy poisoning, and in
severe eases a physician should be
consulted. Specialist of the depart
ment have found the following meth
ods and formulas useful in many cases:
At the outset, removal of the earse of
the irritation may be accomplished by
cleansing the inflamed surface repeat
edly with alcohol, or with a saturated
solution of sugar of lead in alcohol,
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No. 18 Oregon Express ..... 8:00 s. i
No. 24 Kuitene Limited 3:02 p. i
No. 28 Willamette Limited... 9:22s. I
No. 1U Shasta Limited 11:66 a. I
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No. 20 Portland Passenger. . . 6 :00 p. i
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No. 222 Portland fast Freight 10 :SO p.
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No. 11 Hliasta Limited 6:43p.i
No. 27 Willamette Limited... 6:16 p. I
No. IS Ban Francisco Bipress 10 :30 p.
No. 221 Han Francisco Fast
Freight i 12:01 a I
No. 225 Local way Freight. . .11 :40 a. I
No. 78 Arrives at Salem 9:15 a.
lo. 76 Leave Salem 0 :60 a. I
No. 76 Ar. Balem (mixed) 2 :00 p. i
No. 74 Leave Balem 4:20 p. I
No connection south t Geer.
Balim, Fall Citi and WasraiN.
No. 181 Lv. Bnlem, motor 7:00 s. m.
No. 163 Lv Balein, motor 0:46 am.
No. 105 Lt. Balem for Monmouth
and Airlie 1:40 p. m.
No. 167 Lt. Balem, moUr .... 4:O0p.m.
No. 109 Lt. Balem, motor 8:15 p. m.
No. 239 Way Fr't IT. Balem.... 6:00a. m.
No. 102 Ar. Balem S :40 am.
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No. 108 Ar. Balem :00 p. m.
No. 170 A r. Balem 7:45 p.m.
No. 240 Way Fr't ar. Balem... 1:30p.m.
WILLAMETTE H1VER ROUTE
Oregon City Transportation Company
The Orahamona leaves Salem for
Portland at 7 o'clock on the mornings
of Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
No boat south of Balem. Boat leaves
Portland Tuesday, Thursday- and fiat
urday mornings until further notice.
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using a fresh hit of lint or absorbent
cotton each time, to avoid spreading
the irritant. Tho sugar of lead solu
tion can not be used over extentive
areas because of risk of leud poisoning.
Covering the inflamed parts with lint
or absorbent cotton kept constantly
moist with liniewater or with a satur
ated solution of bicarbonate of soda
will afford relief. When this can not
be nsed, a simple ointment, such as
zinc oxide ointment, is recommended.
A solution containing 1 ounce of fluid
extract of grindelia to I pint of water
applied on cloths and allowed to evap
oi ate may afford relief. Black wanh,
prepared by adding 1 drain of calomel
to 1 pint of liniewater may be applied
two or three times a day, allowed to
dry, and followed by zine-oxide oint
ment. This treatment must be uned
The fact that Zensal is made
to reach the two distinct
types of Eczema should ap
peal to all skin sufferers.
Tetter, salt rheum and dry
eczema should be treated
with Dry Zensal. For weep
ing skin use Moist Zensal
75c a jar at
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with caution in extensive cases because
of the possibility of mercury poiaouii.
The acute inflammation oi ivy poison
ing is sometimes followed by ecxemik
and secondary infections ef the skin,
which, in mild cases, will yield readily
to treatment with bland antiseptic
ointments. A formula highly recom
mended for ivy poisoning- and often
especially helpful at tbia stage is tho
Carbolic acid , 2 grami
ReBorciu .. 2 gram
Bismuth suhgallute 4 gram
Equal parts water and liniewater
to muke 250 e. o.
This solution may be dubbed on tho
affected parts several times a day.
No, Maude, dear, a crusade againut
Turn is not necessarily a Santa Cruz