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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUG. 22, 1916.
iCopyrigiltal lulb Ly Ths i'icturdvertiten. Box 17, Oregon City. 0:
GEO. 0. WILL
Pianos I sell, the
Best and Cheapest
432 State Stieet
Auto and Car
Tops and Cush
ions repaired and
P. W. BLISS,
S04 S. Com'l.
GEO. 0. WILL
New Edison Disk
Each in every
style and all
records for each.
4.32 State Street
F. E. SHAFEB
170 & Commercial
Old Shoes Made
The quality of our
work is as high
as the price is low
Te Boot Shop
325 State St.
Opp. Ladd & Bush
on short notice.
Dr. Herman Barr,
Hartman Bros Co
Phone, Office 930
or Residence 1898.
Coal and Wood.
Wo make your
linen wear longer
and look better
by our auto-dry
Toom and press
Balem Laundry Co.
130 S. Liberty St.
Hartman Bros Co
State and Liberty
The Handy Man
Around the House
LIGHT & POWER
W. F. Looney
FASTIDIOUS "LADY LOU" A STYLISH CIRCUS GIRL
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Barnura & Bailey Show Carries Elephant Modiste
"Sly modisto tells me they're wear
to 'em shorter than ever this season,
Thus speaks the fastidious "Laily
Lou" to her neighbors after returning
from a "fitting" of a new and gorg
eous gown. Her neighbors forty of
'em, mostly girls shake their hends
sadly and make strange noises, signify
ing disapproval of this latest decree of
"Lady Lou" and her forty neighbors
comprise the elephant herd of the
Rarnum & Bailey cidcus, but it is
doubtful if the much pampered pachy
derms of India who participate so ex
tensively in the famous Durbar, pos
sesses any more costly or gorgeous
wardrobes than do these elephants who
appear in the wonderful spectacle and
processions of the "greatest show on
earth," which is to exhibit in .Salem
on September 9.
The elephant modiste who designs
and prepares these wonderful robes has
quite an extensive job on her hands,
and it keeps her busy most of the time,
for, like all big people, elephants are
hard on their clothes, and their ward
robes are always in need of j-epairs. The
measuring of an elephant for a new
robe is quite a difficult task in itself,
generally requiring the services of at
least two assistants and a stepladder.
The amount of cloth required to drape
a fastidious pachyderm would be
enough to make gowns for at least ten
women, and the amount of scwine
I work on n single elephant dress would
' stagger the average modiste, unless she
j was paid for her services by the hour.
There is one woman with the Harntim
& Bailey circus who does nothing else
j but make and care fo r the elephant
robes. In the winter time she designs
and prepares the costumes and during
the summer months, while the circus
! is on the road, she travels with the
show and packs and unpacks the ward
robe and attends to all necessary re
pairs. She knows every elephant by
name, and is a great favorite with the
Elephants are naturally proud ani
mals and they are exceedingly fond
of bright colors and brilliant display.'
They enjoy being "dolled up" in their
gorgeous trappings, and they never re
sent being measured for new gowns.
In the Bnrnum & Bailey street parade,
and in the spectacle procession, the
elephants are one of the principal
features, inasmuch as the herd is the
largest in captivity. There are three
troupes of wonderful performing ele
phants who also appear in the arenic
performance. The entire herd appears
in the new, Oriental spectacular dis
play, "Persia, or the Pageants of the
Thousand and One Nights," which
opens each performance.
CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ADS BRING YOU RESETS
Claim German Catholics Are
Responsible for Criticism
New York, Aug. 22. Dolegatcs to the
American Federation of Catholic societ
ies in convention here today were re
sentful of the publicity given attacks
made upon President Wilson and his
administration, iu meetings of the fed
eration. Too much stress has been laid upon
the meetings of the Gorman Catholic
organizations, delegates said. It was
stated that the German organizations,
which criticised tho administration's
foreign policy, represent but one-fiftieth
of the total membership of the federa
tion. A brief paragraph from an officer's
annual report telling of futile efforts
to influence the president against rec
ognition of Carrauza wac given undue
emphasis in reports of the general so
ciety's activities, delegates claimed.
These statements represented personal
opinions of the officers.
A movement to reorganize the Amer
ican Federation of Catholic societies
along the lines of what is known as the
Boston plun, was started today by dele
gates from Massachusetts and other
Now England states, here for the an
nual "Catholic Week" celebration. The
Boston plun is to make the diocese the
unit of representation.
Designing men persist in the charge
that loyalty to the pope is inconsistent
with "allegiance to country," said
Francis E. Blattery, of Boston, in an
address beforo the federation todav.
"What more cunning move then, to
crush a religion, than to charge its fol
lowers with disloyalty and attempt to
turn against them tho passions of a pa
In closing, Slattery declared that ev
ery Catholic is proud to say, "I am a
Catholic and an American I am for
God and country."
German brains have been responsible
for the successes of the central powers
in the European war, declared Rev. F.
Botten in an address on "Knowledge
Is Power," delivered before the Ger
man Roman Catholic Central Vcreiu
St. Louis, Chicago, Kansas City and
Cincinnati are bidding for the 1917 con
vention of the federation. Today Kan
sas City appeared to be the likely contender.
DENIESHE IS DEAD
Tells Story of His Terrible
Experience and Mirac
Sun Francisco, Aug. 22. A man
came back from the grave here today.
Ho wulked into the property clerk"'
office nt the city prison, cheeks sunk
en, skin chalk-like and walked un
steady. "I want my clothes," he said. "I
want the clothes found at Baker Ileuch
a week ago .Saturday. J am Clarence
"But you are dead," cried the
astonished officers. "On the city
records appears your name. Your wife
and children have mourned you for u
week. Only a fow clays ago your wife
came here, identified your clothes and
And then Peacock feebly sat down
and told the talo of a man who
cool. In 't die.
"It was a week ago Saturday," he
began. "1 had taken my afternoon off.
I went down to Baker Beach to take
a plunge. It was a warm afternoon. 1
had been in tho wator only a few
moments when I wns caught by the un
dertow and felt myself being carried
out to sea. I fought against death and
finally came to the surface.
"I waved frantically to people down
the beach and shouted, but could not
attract their attention. Then I gave up
and waited for death. But a log float
ed near me and I seized it. All night
long I floated about on the ocean,
more dead than alive.
"I recall vaguely being somewhere
off the lightship and when I came to
my senses 1 was on the deck of a
ship. Men were prying my legs and
arms from the log. They were Swedes
a lid Norwegian, and th nhin T
was a Xorse freighter.
- wnen the ship docked at Seattle, I
had recovered my strength and went
The officers handed Peacock his
clothing and be walked out the door
back into life,
THE PBOOF OF THE PUDDING IS
IN THE EATING
What the sick want is to get well.
They do not care whether they are
cured by the most scientific physi
cian or the most unlearned neighbor
they don't care how they are cured,
if only they get well.
For forty years women suffering
from female ills have been taking
Ldia E. Pinkham's 'Vegetable Com
pound and have been getting well;
and because they have got well, that
great medicine continues to have a
sale equalled by that of a few propri
Why the Journal is popular
It prints the world.' I news to
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TO THE Fl
Democrats Air Soiled Linen
and One Talks Like
Washington, Aug. 22. PresidenJ
Wilson let it bo known to callers to
day that he will veto to the immigra
tion bill again if it conies to him for
A short time later, the senate voted
32 to 23 to consider at once the reve
nue bill. This is believed to mean the
immigration bill will go over until
The return to the regular democratic
fold of five of the ten democrats who
"insurged" in behalf of the immigra
tion bill yesterday, was responsible for
the vote this afternoon to pass it over.
The rebellion against the caucus., pro
gram not to vote on immigration, sen
ate leaders believe, has been
The five sonators who switched back
are Beckhum, Chamberlain, Culberson,
Lane nnd Overman. The five who re
fused to return were Ilardwick, Myers,
Vardaman, Smith of .South Carolina
The vote was on a motion to consider
the immigration bill ahead of the
The victory was not accomplished,
however, without more airing of party
linen in a continuation of the worst
fight within the ranks that has marked
Vardaman, Mississippi, bitterly ar
raigned Senator Stone as a "self
constituted censor of democratic prin
ciples. ' '
"I would like to inquire," said
Senator Onllinger, "Whether Cur denio
cratio friends would enre if we left
the chamber while they compose their
"You can go out of this senate and
stay out the rest of your life for all I
or anyone I know cares," retorted
Myers of Montana.
. Children Cry for Fletcher's
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100 miles a day in automobile trips since
he left New York. He has probably not
walked more thnn two miles in the
whole 23 days of Mr journeying. Every
where he goes, if it is only a few hun
dred feet, the candidate rides in an
Notwithstanding this almost utter
Tbe Kind You llave Always Bonght, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature ot
ad has been uiade nndcr his per-C&jCJ&M-f-fc.
aonal supervision since its infancy.
j-CCCCAJZt, Allow no one to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" arc but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ot
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless snbstltnte for Castor Oil, Pare
gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fcvcrishness. Tor more than thirty years it
has been in constant use lor tho relief of Constipation,
Flntulency, AVind Colic, all Teething Troubles' and
Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's l'anacco Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
'Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
lack of exercise, Governor Hughes is in
perfect physical condition, according to
his physician. He is looking forward,
however, to a lot of mountain climb
ing, his favorite exercise, when he
reaches Kstes Park, Colo., next week.
Mrs. Hughes, too, is enjoying herself
but is getting just a little anxious for
some privacy and quiet. Both the gov
ernor and his wife are somewhat home
sick for their children, now at Bridgo
hnmpton, N. Y., and yesterday the can
didate took enough time out of an ex
ceedingly busy day to write a long let
ter to his daughter Catherine, who was
nine years old yesterday.
Hughes' itinerary took him to Porter
ville, Visalia, and several other cities
in the t-nui Joaquin valley today. He
will deliver a speech in Sacramento
tonight and then will leave California
and pass into Nevada,
) 2,000 at Visalia.
j Visalia, Cal., Aug. 22. Two thousand
I persons cheered Charles Evans Hughes
;when ho delivered a brief rear platform.
( address here today. The candidate made
a brief plea for better tariff protec
"I am for the maintenance of our na
tional honor to the end that an Amer
ican may be respected throughout the
world," he Baid. "I am for the main
tenance of the American standard of l;i
bor and the American standard cf
wngeB lor lubor.
"I am for protection of Amerieua
industries. We have the greatest pon
siliilities of advancement as a nation,
but we must huvo tariff protection. Be
fore the Kuropeun war began, we hud
our urinies of unemployed and this con
dition was a result of autif tariff legislation."
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