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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUG. 25, 1916.
The PFoman Who Knows
the one perfume which suits her the exacl style of dress
which becomes her the particular type of person she en
joys as a friend: Such a woman, we are surewill appre
ciate the assistance of the"Taste Packet" in decidingjust
which tea-favor precisely suits her taste.
Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Smith, Jr., anil
small Hon, Malcom, have returned from
a delightful outing at Cannon Iieaeh.
Dr. 8mith motored down to the beach
few days ao, joining hid family,
who have spent the ast month there,
for the trip home. They returned by
way of the Nehalem Highway, connect
ing Tillamook and Seaside. This high
way has been spoken of with much
enthusiasm by scores .if motorists this
last week, who have remarked that the
beauty and motoring facilities of the
drive were alone, well worth a trip to
the .coast. The Nehalem-Highway was
opened last Saturday.
The Dan J. Frys will entertain a
number of house guests at their Nesko-
win cottage, over the week end. Among
the party motoring to the beach will
be Miss Jennie Fry and her father,
Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Downing, Mr. and
Mrs. John ('raig, Mr. ami Mrs. Kd
Minto and Ed Hartley.
Mrs. M. L. Jones of Labis!) Mead
ows, accompanied by her sister, Mrs.
Carrie Dennis, will leave next Thurs
day on the Great Northern for Cali
fornia. They will remain a month,
making San Diego their objective point.
The Rev. W. N. Byara of Fossil, Ore
gon, is visiting his grandparents, Hen.
and Mrs. W. . llyars at their home
on North Commercial street. Kev. Hy
ri is en route to Uoldendnle, Wash
ington, whore he will visit his father,
W. F. Byars. From tnere he will go
to Lewiston, to attend the Columbia
Mrs. IT. 8. Dickson of Salem is a
guest at the Banff Springs Hotel,
Mrs. Rstella Thayer, who has been
the guest of her sister, Miss Sally
Bush for several weeks, returned yes
terday to Berkeley, where she and Mr.
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This faciei contains four parchmyn envelopes of fine tea
enough for five or six cups each of the four true flavors: Japan,
Ceylon, Oolong, English Breakfast. ll'e mail it gladly
to any one sending ten eenls( stamps or currency).
Address: A Schilling 6s C"""",yi33S Second Street
San Francisco, California
Thnyer reside at the Claremont hotel.
Miss Ellen Thielsen is passing the
week nt Derry Orchards.
Mrs. Arthur N. Moores has ns her
guest, her sister, Mrs. K. Diller of
Portland. Miss l-sonn Hnid has just
returned to Portland alter a short visit
with Mrs. Moore's daughter.
Miss Florence Cartwright is spend
ing the week at Mehnmu.
Miss Lillian Hughes of Albany is a
guest of Mrs. H. Munroe tiilbert for
several da vs.
Word has been received by Salem
friends of the arrival of a daughter,
0!ga, nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. II.
F, Wickner of Portland on August
third. Mrs. Wickner was formerly Miss
Frauces Dimick of Stilcm.
Mrs. F. 8. Porter arrived home yes
terday after a pleasant two weeks out
ing at Seaside.
Miss Dora Andresen and Miss Stnnis
Andresen hnve returned from a week's
stay at Newport.
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Scott and small
son, Mussel), accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. W. 11. Minier, arrived homo today,
after a ten days camping trip along the
Tillamook beaches. The party motor
ed home via the new Tillamook-Seaside
Highway, and then on to Astoria, re
turning by the Columbia Highway and
Kenneth Itawely has gone to Wash
ington, D. C, to visit Mb parents, Con
gressman and Mrs. Willis Hawley,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo nendricks and
Richard Gems of Portland, who were
guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
V. H. Dnncy, iiave returned to Port
land. Spending this week with Mrs.
Duncy are her mother and sister, Mrs.
M. J. Creighton and Miss Mlubel
Creighton, and Mrs. Edgar Senders of
Mrs. W. P. Bnbcock is convalescing
at the Willamette hospital after un
dergoing a minor operation, Wednesday
afternoon. Mrs. Habcock plans to ro
turn home tomorrow.
BISHOP At the Willamette sanator
ium Thursday, August 24, 11)10, Fred
erick liishou, in his 70th year.
The funeral was held this morning
from the chapel of Kigdon and Rich
ardson. Burial was in the Odd Fellows
WIFE IS NOT bOBRT
Mount Clemens; Mich., Aug. 25. Mrs.
Ermil Pcttit, who killed her husband
on the Btreet August 17, will be ar
raigned in Justice John's court Mon
day. Today, she is pale and wan and
apparently has not recovered from the
shock. It is not known what line the
defenan will ink Mn Vattit imhJ
her husband, a elerk at a local hotel,
witn unfaithfulness. Immediately aft
er the shooting, iMrs. Pettit said:
"He deserved to die like a dog."
Way the Journal la popular
it prints the world's news to-
nj; Schilling's I
R. W. Brcymnn of Portland is reg
istered at the Hligh.
11. ftocrsma and wife returned last
night from Newport.
Harvey Parker and wife are home
from an outing at Waldport.
Ed Schunke nnd family are home af
ter a ten days' outing.
Elmer Giles returned yesterday from
a motoring trip on tho coast.
Miss Mary Frnzier is home from a
two weeks visit at Clatskanic.
('. L. Fcrrell and family nre home
from a two weeks outing at Newport.
George Vick and family left this
morning lor a ween s aray ai i uuimoon
T. 1. Trick and family are spending
a week in the Salmon river country.
Miss Ruth HulliBter returned yester
day after a ten day's visit near Fruit
land. H. D. Trover, the photographer, is
spending a few days on his prune ranch
T. M. Clintock of Turner left this
morning for a short visit at Taft, Ore
gon. Dr. O. I,. Seott anil ramny. wun Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Minier, are home from
an auto tour of the coast.
Alex Mcrrificld of Aumsville was in
the city yesterday transacting busi
ness. Bernard Richer. Robert Nicholson,
H. Doe and Mr. Lundeen are home from
a four days hunt in the Salmon river
Miss Birdoen Yantis lert mis morn
ing for a two weeks' visit at Newport
aa the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. H.
Ben Pade and W. A. MeAlvin ot
tho W. W. Moore furniture store left
this morning for a week's hunt in the
T. H. Marsh left yesterday for his
home at Mt. Vernon, Mr., after an ex
tended visit at the home of E. C.
J. 8. Higgins of this city was a pas
senger on tho O. K. local yesterday
forenoon for Salem, where he will work
for n month or two. Eugene Register.
Registered at the Portland hotels
yesterday were tne loliowiug iroin on
lem: J. 8. Roberts nt the Nortonia;
H. I. Harris at the Eutou and C. L.
Moores at the Perkins.
C. T. Mclntire. representative of
the Drager Fruit Packing company, of
Salem, arrived here tins morning xo
assist in the work at the local prune
Hacking plant. Mr. Mclntire says that
the outlook for tho prune crop this
year is very good and that the packers
are looking forward to one of the best
years. Roseburg Keview.
EXPORTS MAKE NEW RECORD
Washington. Aug. 25. Exports dur
ing July totaled 440,000,000 a record
for July altnougn tne rigurcs are ? i,
000.000 below the June exports. Im
ports were 1S3,000,000, a falling off of
K3,000,000 compared with June.
Exports for the year eding with July
totaled 4')U,000.000, compared with
2,8S3,000,000 the preceding year, the
bureau of foreign and domestic com'
PRETTT GIRLS DRILL
Vancouver, Wash., Aug. 25. "Hep!
hep! hep!" and 50 of Portland a pret
tiest girls, clad in loose and bulging
khaki marched and counter marched uu
der a blaring sun at Vancourer bar
racks today. It was the first routine
day of the National Service Training
camp for women. Miss Sophie L. Hut
ley, who commanded similar camps at
San Francisco and Seattle ie in charge.
Don't forget your friends on their
vacation they will want to tee a home
paper. Phone 8L
WILL TAKE CHARGE
Governor Will No Longer
Have Free Hand In Prison
Whatever may have been Governor
Withycombe's purpose in filing resolu
tions asking that he be permitted to
name a commission to survey the state
peuiteutiary, the result seems to be that
a murky condition of the atmosphere
enveloping that institution is in a fair
way to be cleared up. it nas long oeen
the custom in Oregon to delegate to the
governor a supervision of alfanrs per
taining to the penitentiary, a custom
having a basis in the statutes, but tne
legislature o 1913 modified this and
placed the penitentiary with the other
state institutions in the province of the
state board of control.
There are now manifested a number
of things to the conclusion that the
board of control is to assume nctive
supervision of the institution, and a
majority of the board membership, sec
retary of State Olcott and State Treas
urer Kay, have already taken steps to.
remedy any faults there which may
need remedying and which are within
their province to remedy.
Secretary Olcott and Treasurer Kay
are united in the assertion that "inso
far as the governor's resolution may
have been directed towards criticism of
conditions at the penitentiary which arc
under tho supervision of the board, we
will not vote for it, but as for the
recommendation of changes of policy,
such as the erection of new buildings,
which is a matter to be placed before
the legislature, it is our intent to give
During the past few days Secretary
Olcott and Treasurer Kay have been
investigating conditions at the prison.
This investigation is entirely apart
from the proposition submitted by the
governor last Monday. It is stated
that thus far this investigation has dis
closed nothing whatever to justify re
ports that have been circulated. The
trouble seems to be without and not
within tho walls. -
It is the evident purpose of those
members of the board of control, who
constitute a majority, to make the in
vestigation a most thorough and rigid
one, and it is likely that before it is
ended more than one eat will be let out
of the bag and more than one nigger
removed from the woodpile, figurative
ly speaking. The present determination
to put the superintendency of the pris
on entirely into the hands of Superin
tendent Minto, with power to remove
a disturbing element if he sees fit to
do bo, is the first radical step in this
direction. Superintendent Minto will
be given full -swing, and it is up to him
to make good or be removed from his
position, this is the way the situation
appears at present to an interested ob
server. When approach? on the matter this
afternoon, Superintendent Minto stated
that he had nothing to say at present.
Punta Arenas, Chile, Aug. 25. The
Chilean government today announced
that it has placed the ship Yelcho at
the disposal of Sir Ernest shackleton
for another attempt to rescue the mem
bers of his south polar expedition ma
rooned on Elephant, island.
It is feared here tho meu may al
ready have died of starvation. In
'making the anouncement the govern
ment used the significant phase "to
rescue the men or- the scientific ma
terial if the party has succumbed."
The Yelcho is being stocked with
provisions. Shackleton plans to sail
within a few days.
MRS. LETTS, JR., IS CHAMPION
Grand Rapids. Mich., Aug. 25. Mrs.
Frederick C. Letts. Jr., of Cincinnati,
defeated Miss Laurie Kaiser, of St.
Louis, at the Kent Country club links
today for the women's western golf
championship. The score was 3 up and
one to go.
How Happy Mother
Mrs. Stephens Did Not Need
The Surgical Operation.
PBtoka,.Ill.-"I had been married
five years and my greatest desire was
to Decome a mumer.
Tbe doctor said 1
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pound is so successful in overcoming
woman's ills because it contain the
tonic, strengthening properties of good
old fashioned roots and herbs, which act
on the female organism. Women from
all parts of the country are continually
testifying to its strengthening, curative
It has helped thousands of women
who have been troubled with displace
ments, inflammation, ulceration, tumors,
irregularities, periodic pains, backache,
that bearing down feeling, indigestion,
and nervous prostration.
(Ceutinued from Fage One.)
trary to expectations the day has not
proved uncomfortable, a cool breeze,
coming up from down 'Coos Bay way
and giving a hint of weather condi
tions there. A Coos Bay representative
came through the train distributing
badges bearing the name Salem
which were to be worn pinned on the
left breast, and which lie said was a
magic symbol that meant "Salem
money is no good at Coos Bay."
At Eugene which we are nearing the
Cherrians are to drill. They will earn
all the applause they will get, which,
knowing Eugene we predict will be
much. After that there will be little
doing until Coos Bay is reached, but
after that, well the average will be
brought up. '
The train is."de luxe," with Train
master A. L. Downs in eharce. and
looking after everybody's' wants as aj
nurse girl does for a tavorne tuiaur.
The S. P. has done itself proud and
paid Salem the compliment of giving it
The Cherrians in their special of five
Pullmans, two baggage cars and two
diners left promptly on time for the
great Coos Bay celebration.
With the average amount of fair luck
in traveling, the special will reach
Marshfield this evening at (i o'clock.
The first act of publicity will be that
of a grand parade led by the Cherrian
band. Right here is where it was plan
ned to introduce the governor travelling
in a jinrikisba, decorated with flax. Of
course other stunts were prepared for
this initial appearance- of tho Salem
This evening they will take part in
the regular program and other special
entertainment prepared especially for
them by the Marshfield committee.
The Cherringo bar at which only
Cherrian Kopeck money will be legal
tender will be open for business this
evening. Decorating the bar are signs
as follow: "Lowjew. A drink will
make you nutty." "Get away with a
flax highball." If Bush won't trust
you, so will we." "Try a Brick fizz.
'Twill make you batty." As a special
warning the following notice is posted
in a conspicuous place: "Positively
no drinks served to Joe Albert. Theo.
Roth, Doc Epley, Harry Marshall, Gor
don McGilchrist, Tommy Townsend, Al
bert Kgan, King Bing, Liz I.nngenberg,
Hugh Allspice or George Waters."
Is Ceremony Legal.
I - Marshfield, Ore., Aug. 25. Mark
Woodruff, of the 1'ortiand ihamher or
Commerce, and who says he is an attor
ney, has raised the question here as to
whether or not Miss Coos Bay will be
legally married to Eugeno Lnnc, if she
goes through with the mock ceremony
at North Bend this afternoon.
Mr. Woodruff informed Miss Roddy
that he felt quite certain that if she
was lomed in wedlock, in purine, oy tne
governor of the state the alliance would
Miss Roddy said this morning that
before she took part in the wedding she
would certainly consult an attorney and
she declared that if she liked Eugene
Lane s looks she would dare him to
make the wedding a real one.
Miss noddy s trousseau was all made
in Marshfield, and includes all the ac
cessories of- a real wedding, even to
hand-embroidered lingerie and the go-ing-away
The Marriage Ceremony.
North Bend, Ore., Aug. 23 His excel
lency, James Withycombe, governor of
Oregon, yesterday aitemoon lormnuy
proelaimed the union of Mr. Eugene
Lane and Miss Coos Bay, typified by
Gerry Watkins, of Eugene, and Miss
Gladys Roddy of Marshfield, thus mark
ing the culmination or six years or
constructive effort in the building of
the Willamette-racifie railroad from
Eueene to Coos Bay. The wedding cere
mony folbwing closely the forms of
the usual marriage service. The bride
was attended by her bridesmaids, all
clad in appropriate wedding garments.
I ne DriaesuiBKls were jusa liguua
Clarke, Marshfield; Miss Edith Thomas,
North Bend: Miss Marvel Skeels, Co-
quille; Miss Leila Wylands, Towers;
Miss Helen Whitnker, -Myrtle foint.
Attending the groom were W. H. Ad
rian, of Springfield, as best man, and
the following ushers: L. C. Kerby. Ma-
pleton; I.. Draper, r.imira; timer raine,
Dr. A. O. Waller and J. A. McLean, Eu
gene, .lust before tne ceremony tne f.u
irene chamber of commerce quartet sang
'When Eugene Lane Is Married to Miss
Governor Reads Service.
Following is the form of the marriage
service as read by Governor Withy
(The fi-overnor): Citizens of Oregon:
We are gathered together here in the
sight of the mighty Pacific and in the
face of this great company to join to-
nether Mr. Eugene Lane and Miss Coos
Bay. Into a state of united prosperity
these two come now to be joined. This
is a desirable union, signifying, as it
does, the close relations that shall exist
now and forevermore between the broad
Willamette valley and the borderland
of this great commonwealth, the Wil
lamette-Pacific has adorned and beauti
fied it with its ribbons of steel the
greatest miracle to be wrought in the
advancement of western Oregon. There
fore this union is not to be entered into
unadvisedly or linhtly, but advisedly.
discreetly and seriously, and in the hope
of the great things that are to come.
If any community can show just
cause why these two may not be lawful
ly joined'together, let it now speak out,
or else hereafter forever hold its
Who giveth Miss Coos Bay to Mr.
(Mr. Willamette-Pacific answers): I
(The governor): Mr. Eugene Lane,
will you have Miss Coos Bay to be your
life-long companion, to live together in
wedded happiness t 'Will you help her,
assist and aid her, and advance her in
terests whenever possible, both in hard
ship and prosperity, and forsaking all
others look only unto her, as long as the
tide shall flow and the mountain stand!
Eugene Lane Fledges Troth.
(Mr. Eugene Lane answers): I will,
and thereto I pledge my troth.
(The governor): Miss Coos Bay, will
you have Mr. Eugene Lane to be your
lifelong companion, to live together in
wedded happiness t Will you help him.
as-sist and aid him, and advance his in
terests whenever possible, both in hard
ship and prosperity, and forsaking all
others, look only unto him, as long as
the divers' and the broad fields bring
forth their fruitsf
(Miss Coos Bay answers): I will, and
thereto. I pledge my troth.
(Taught by the governor, Mr. Eugene
Lane replies): With this ring I tine
wed, and with all my wordly goods
with all my fields and streams, my tim
bered hills and teeming towns I thee
(The governor): Those whom bands
of everlasting steel have joined togeth
er, let no man put asunder. EornShiuch
as Mr. Eugene Lnne nnd Miss Coos Bay
have joined themselves together with
sacred pledges, and have witnessed the
same before me and this company, nnd
thereto have given and pledged their
troth, each to the other and have de
clared the same by giving nnd receiv
ing a ring, and by joining hands, I pro
nounce that tbey are one and inseper
And now may the great state of Ore
gon, touniled by the pioneers who
braved the dangers ot forest and plain,
foster and protect you, so that you mny
abide together in peace, prosperity and
The boy stood in the crowded car;
11c couldn't turn his neck;
lie groaned before he traveled far;
"For me the burning deck."
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It's time now to put up your plum, apple and
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fall fruits and vegetables.
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Only on a Gas Range can you get the slow, sim
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Operate On Skull
To Cure Criminal
Tendencies of Colley
San Diego, Oil., Aug. 2.". Carroll
Colley, arrested here several nioiitlisi
after a bold daylight robbery, has been
cured of his alleged criminal tenden
cies by an operation to his skull, ac
cording to the belief today of doctor
who operated o;t him. Arraigned in
court after the ' holdup Colley wiin
found to have n peculiar proturlianco
on his forehead. Physicians advanced
the theory that this bump, through itw
reaction on the- man's brain, was re
sponsible for - his alleged criminal
tendencies. Superior Judge Lewis per
mitted the operation," and the man wh
removed to the county bospitul, whero
the surgeons removed the top of hiH
skull and opened a . channel in th.
frontal bone, allowing more room for
the brain, and for its reflex actions.
Today the physicians declared, he hod
been cured. It was said the .ehargo
agiiinst him will probably be dirji
missed. ' '-:
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