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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1916.
1 1 sn sf ssmv sbbs T .j -rSsi M
Webb Has Always Asserted
She Was Innocent Thirty
Others Receive Clemency
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THE place of all places for a
keen enjoyment of WRIGLEY'S
is in the driver's seat of a speeding
This delicious, lasting, minty
morsel allays thirst, steadies
nerves, helps absorb the shocks I
Sealed Tight Kept Right
Postal Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co..
1622 Kener Bld Chicago,
for iLe Sprightly Spearmen's
after every meal
Dallas Local News
in the Capital
visitor with friends
Capital Journal .Special Service.) I '.'"' M; 'hnpman and
Dallas, Or., Sept. 14. XT. Alice I. 0U f Su'em v,8ltl;d ,hls " the
Dompsey returned Tuesday evening 7"11? of Mrs- Chapman's mother, Mia.
from an extended visit with relatives, ' ' aynor on l-evens street.
iu Duvall, Washington, and Portland. I Mr9, Hl R- Patterson of Mind
Mr. and Mrs. tteorge H. Hrouson and sl(""Kh is a guest at the home of her
family returned the first of tlio week parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Haytcr
Irom a several days visit in Portland, .on ivorth Main street
K. S. Kreason wna au over-Sunday I Mrs- T. H. Starbuck of .Portland is
1 visiting at the borne of her son, Br. A.
1. n a. nrarnucK on court street.
Wayne Barham who has been pitch
ing for the Victoria, B. C, base ball
team this summer, has returned to his
borne iu Dallas.
Mrs. (.!. B. Sunberg returned Monday
evening from a several week's visit
with friends in Portland and Seattle.
George Nessling of Salem was in the
city Tuesday greeting old friends.-
Miss Xuiila Scott returned the first
of the week from a summer's visit
with relatives and friends at Seaside.
Lawrence Diiieen, reorter on the
Polk County Observer, spent ' Sunday
with relatives in Portland.
' - f. lnlr l'alr!n will Inn vo in n tan. iIdvi
- Those 'of us who are accustomed to for t'orvallia where he will enter the
nun anu neavr wjien we arise,
splitting headache, stutfy from a cold,
Glass of . Hot Water
.. Before Breakfast
, a Splendid Habit
Opt sluices of tht ty.tam tach
- morning and waih away tha
poltonouti stagnant matttr,
Agricultural College- for his second
loul tongue, nasty breath, iJ I ' ca"rl Gravea of Ballston was a county
.. ,., ..,. . , ,,ru, i:lc,t visitor Mondar. Mr. Graves is the
look anil teel as fresh as a daisy always
ly WHsliuig the poisous and toxins from
the body with phusphated hot water
mcii morning. ,
, We should drink, before breakfast,
a. glass of real hot water with a tea
itpoonful of limestone phosphate in
it to flush from the stomach, liver,
kidneys , and ten yards of bowels the
previous day's indigestible waste, sour
bile and poisonous toxins; thus cleans
ing, sweetening and purifying the en
tire alimentary tract before putting
wore food into the stomach.
. The action of limestone phosphate
and hot water on an empty stomach
w wonderfully invigorating. It cleaus
out all the sour fermentations, gases,
waste and acidity and gives one
splendid appetite for breakfast and
it is said to be but a little while until
the roses begin to appear in the
cheeks. A quarter pound of limestone
phosphate will cost very little at the
drug store, but is sufficient to make
anyone who is bothered with bilious
Bens, constipation, stomach trouble or
rheumatism a real enthusiast on the
subject of. internal sanitation. Try it
and you are assured that you will look
better and feel better in. every way
republican nominee for county assessor
for this county.
Thomas Catheruood returned this
week from Portland where he had
been on a short business trip.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Turner, Or., Sept. 14. The W. C. T.
U. held an interesting nieeting at the
home of Mrs. Whitehead last Venues
Mrs. F. A. Wood spent a few days
in Salem .visiting. her sister, Mrs. Hud
lone, last week.
Herman Peetn and daughters, Helen
and Sybil, were in Salem last Wednes
day. F. A. Wood and Mr. lladley hauled
their silo timber last week from Salem.
Mrs. Hadlev's brother. Charles Scott
of Salem, is here remodeling the Had
Fav Farris and Leonard Farris were
in Salem Saturday.
The Meal Hebekah lodge will meet
Saturday, Sept. 23, for their next meet
Miss Kmma Scbufferer will teach
the Squirrel Hill school ax Miss Mortis
1 rune picking has begun and evcrv
tiody is busy with drying or picking 111
Surprise O range held a lively, if
nomo what small inectiuir last Satur
day. Owing to a circus in Salem some
of the members had business in Snlem
that 1 lay and could not bo at Grange.
The lecturo hour was made lively
with able discussions and address. Sis
ter Crawford was lecturer and had pre
pared for an interesting time.
Bro. Carl Duncan gavo a good talk
on corn raising,
Bro. Crawford gave a good talk on a
Sister Girardren, who Is noted for her
excellent Swiss cheese gave an able
address on cheese making.
Sister McKinuey favored us. with
songs and instrumental music.
Don't forget that the W. W. club
meets at Mrs. McKays on the third
Tuesday this month.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Bethel, Or., Sept. 14. Mr. and Mrs.
Crabtrec and their little crahapple are
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Matten. Mr. Crabtrce is a rural mail
carrier of Stayton. He is spending his
vacation dipping prunes for Mr. Matten
Mr. Matten is short of prune pick
ers. He will doubtless have enouub
pickers next week when the hops are
narvesreu nut mat is not now.
The hop pickers fiuiahed the Battal
ion yard Mundny afternoon and began
picking for Mr. Schultu Tuesday morn
ing. Mr. Battalion had a fine crop but
the recent rains caused sotno loss from
The Bethel school house was papered
Mr. Myers of Independence was a
recent visitor at the home of his broth
er, J. T. Myers.
G. Koth is working in a hop yard at
Elmer Koth is taking his
I..-,, liuvis. received from un 1
county in September, 11)13, for larceny j
in a dwelling.
Joe Wilson, received from Douglas j
county in May, lit 15, for lurceny in 11
Antone Crottoginl, received from
Malheur county in September, 1!H", for
larceny in a dwelling.
Tom Mylam, received from Baker
county in February, 11)18, for attempt
larceny in a dwelling.
Ralph' Peale, received from I'mn.
tilla county in September, 191"), for
obtaining money by false pretenses.
Archie McCoy, received from Mult
nomah county in September, 1014, for
Roscoe Potter, received from Marion
county In June, l!'07, for larceny in a
Ira Sullivan, received from Curry
county in September, litl4, for forgery.
place hauling bundles for the Martin
and Wright thresher.
H. K. Martin had his grain threshed
yesterday and F. T. Xash is threshing
this morning. K. A. Lewis will thresh
after Mr. Nash. Mr. Lewis has some
grain that is not cut yet.
Hoy Marchand hauled a big load of
baled hay to town yesterday. .
Journal Want Ads Get Eesults Too
Want Try one and tee.
(Capital -Journal Special Service) '
Scotts Mills, Sept. 14 There was a
called meeting at the Odd Fellows hall
Inst night to nominate a ticket for town
officers. The election is to - be held
Sept. 2t. The parties chosen are as
follows: For mayor. . Charles . Scott.
There were sit eoiin.iluien 'nominated,
W. 11. 'Commons, K. Coulsori, Tom D1111
nigan, Kd Lutgen, James Gray and Mr.
.Cochran. For recorder, lr. Hume, for
father's: treasurer Mrs. Tate, for mursliull, '.
D. Kidd. Mr. Tate was tendered a vote
of thanks for bis very efficient help
in getting our town incorporated.
Mr. Delano accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs.Hartiiidomew motored from Port
laud Friday. They are visiting with
W. L. Taylors and expect to help in
the prnne work here,
J. A. Taylor made a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Howe of Marian
with their three children are helping
The state parole, board has recoih-
mended a parole for Mrs. Carrie Kirsch,
who is serving a term in the peniten
tiary for tne murder of Albert Johnson
in Portland in 19011. It will be re-
inemoerea mat Airs. Kirsch was con
victed of being an accomplice of Jesse
Webb in the killing of Johnson, 0110 of
the most sensational murders ever
committed in the northwest. Johnson
was killed in a hotel and his body
packed in a trunk for shipment out of
the state. Webb was convicted of
murder in the first degree and is now
serving a life sentence. Mrs. Kirsch
was sentenced to from one to fifteen
years for manslaughter. She has
served more than five luinimums and
Webb has affirmed on ath that sh.e
is innocent of the crime.
The parole board has recommended
conditional pardons in the following
Fred Xelsou, committed from Coosf
county, Mav 3, 1915, to servo from 1
one to five years for obtaining money j
by false pretenses; to he conditionally
pardoned in order to be turned over to I
Muithonties of lown relormatory from I
winch institution 110 wns a pnroic
Jackson F. Adams, eomniitttd from
Clatsop county, July 15, 1913, for mur
der in the first degree nnd sentence I
commuted: conditional pardon recom
mended at this time because he is i"a
-J .1 C n.,l.,.n.iDnT tnhnr.
HU.nnueu niuj;s v .ii.uin...,, i
culosis, both lungs being affected, the!
left upper lobe being practically gone. I
Carl Knsele, committed from Coos!
county, May 24, 1915, to serve from!
three to twenty years for a stntutory
Xevy Hatcher, committed from Coos
county, July 1, 1915, to serve from
three to twenty years for a statutory
Hickman Lockett, committed from
Malheur county, September IS, 1915,1
to serve from one to ten years for j
larceny of animals. ' I
Paroles were recommended for thei
Frank Smith, received from Mult-j
noinah county ill septeinner, r.M-t, ""i
larceny in a store; to be turned over mm
to California authorities. 1 Ej
Charles Walker, received f roin , f
Klamath county in October, 101.1, friU
a statutory offense. j tj
Bud Stabler, received from Umatilla !!
county in September. 1913, for forgery. H
B. B. Jnyncs, received from Mult- j M
nonmh county in) .lone, 1914, for ob-1 f
taining money by false pretenses. 1 g
W. E. Lindsav, received from Wasco
county in February, 1914, for living 5
Lniian .f iltflinie. " !
rut-ford Kcveridire. received .from!
Sherman county in June, 191", for
lnrcenv in a wurehousc. '
Howard Crawford, received from
Multnomah county in March, 1915, for.
larceny in a dwelling. '
.tunica Oliver, received from Mai-1
heur county in May, 1914, for burglary. '
J. W. Worthern, received from int
sop county in September, 1915, for lar
ceny by cmlie.'.eicmcni. 1
Mclvin Buck, received from Umatilla .
county in April, 19119, for laroe.iy of'
cattle. , , T
w..i iccc ved from l.nne .
county in October, 1913, tor larceny j
in a dwelling. 1 1
J. McPheeley, received imm
tilla county in September, 1915, for
Charles Kmerson, received trnin min
or county in August, 1912, for larceny
in n dwelling.
no. Pifw.ff Hill, received from ( lat-
sop county in March, 1912, for larceny
111 a store.
Coleman Grnv, received from Uma
tilla county in September, 1915, for as
sault with' intent to rob.
- John .Putnam, received iro.u ......
tilla county in July, 1915, for larceny,.
Jack Sniith. received from Umatilla
county in September, 1914, for larceny j
of a gelding.
In these days of high priced leather and
great scarcity of fine improved skins many inferior
shoes are sold.
T Florsheim Shoes
Enable us to offer .you again all
the $5.00 FLORSHEIM SHOES
which sell now at $6.00 at
We invite you to come and make your purchase while
they last; that means $2.00 saved for you on every
pair of shoes.
Bargains in Clothing
$17.00 Suits . $10.49
20.00 Suits . 11.85
-25.00 Suits . 13.S5
30 & 35 Suits 16.85
1 4-4-4-4--44 444 4 444----4--4-4--4-4 44 4 4-
$1.50 Whipcords $1.19
2.50 Pants . 1.69
3.00 Pants . 2.19
3.50 & $4 Pants 2.68
4- 444444444 - 4 1----4--4----4---4 -4
$ .50 Work Shirts $ .39
1.00 Dress Shirts .79
1.25 Dress Shirts .89
1.50 & $1.75 Shirts 1.15
4 4 44 4 4 4 44-4-44"-4'4 -4-44
Hats and Caps
$3.00 & $3.50 Hats $2.29
.75 Caps . . .59
1.00 Caps . . .79
1.50 & $2 Caps 1.15
$12.00 Double Texture
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167 Commercial Street
in the Taylor prune orchards at this lug trip south.
place. . - . I -(ieorge .Morris ami family of Turner
l.evaiu I-. Krazier hii.I family of Sa-,ere guests at the Martin home last
I are visiting friends un.l relatives; "'mIii.v. han Iteers was also a visitor
in this place. Siin.lay evening.
, ., '. , . , . i Arthur .McLiiin of Shelhurn wns B
Mrs. Sarah Hammer has been serious- ... . . u ... . . .
, ... ', .ii.- i ..... visitor at the Kussell home last week.
v i I the past week but is so i u better ...kj... ...... ...,, , ,.. .. l-.:..i.
home last rriclny evening, surprising
Howard Prink on bis Dith birthday.
The entertainment of the evening was
in the form of a lawn fete.
In last weeks report, through somo
ut the present time
Mr. and Mrs. Dill A.blleman are vis
iting Rev. ami Mrs. Astlefurd at Sher
wood this -week.
.Mr. and Mrs. Tate of the Tate fashi
store have visiting wmi tncni, mcr, miB1ertnii(liiig, Fred SciuU
cousin, Miss Hunt of Illinois. i WB, rendered Fred Schultz.
Mis Kthel Skills is visiting with her . m
brother this week in Kilverton. ' Slie jj
1'xpe.cts to go from there to pick hops.fUOUC LlDFJiry IS . .
in that vicinity.-: ' III. II n '
Will Mcdee was a visitor iu Marion Utll rdlrOIIIZcQ
at the Ii. '. KuxHcll home last nuiuiay.
lliisiuess is good at the city public
library, according to the report of Miss
Anne 1. Swezcy, librnrinii, as sh'own
by the August report. The month has
continued the reputation of the year of
having each month a larger circulation
than the corespondiug mouth of last
year. The total circulation of 3480 is
i I Hi I larger than fur August of lust year
and eight more than August of 11112
which wus the record year for Augimt.
The largest day's circulation for the
; Airs. W. . I... Taylor returned from
; her visit, nt 1'ortland- last Friday.
I 1'rune picking has begun in some of
the orchards but those growing on
higher ground arc not ready yet. .
Macleay News Notes
('npitnl Journal' Special Service)
Macleav. Sent. 14. Saturday was
circus iImv in Sfitetn and Macleav neo-1
le surely did justice to it as is shown !
ine great u oer who went. Among' ,... ,,, . .....ii,,,.,
saw me clowns were: ise .i.k it,. ,i.;i. .... i.iu i,,,,,,.. i.
Jesse , Martins, (hue Martin, I arve l ay- g , montn for ,j ,,, jea,Vm)S ,;,
lor, A. 1 Hussell, K K. trtJodell, Julius ! ((.t ,,,,., 7 ,,,, f 1B rPa,ill(.
Jasmer, . . K t. r-ke,,buig, .eiswnii- W1B fiction for the adults and 00 por
.Icr, II. K. Martin, Kobinson, hvcrett; f()r yon(( Mu
Lewis and (iarrett Families. j ti)C additions to the library wore 40
Ilea Kaiser wcut recently on a uuut-l
by binding and ! by purchnc lor
adults and two books for the juveniles.
The withdrawals were as foils, h1
adults: worn out, tl; lost iu circuliitioii,
HI; missing at inventories of 11115 and
I !H 'I, 7.1; pamphlets missing at l'J15
and IIHI) preliminary inventories,
milking a total of withdrawals, !'i.
The juvenile withdrawals, niissii
from the II' 13 and 101 II inventories
were 42 making the total withdrawals
fur the mouth 1:18, a net loss or 71.
The librarian's report for Augutt
shows hooks in the library as follows:
adults, tIDIM; adult pamphlets, 10.1; ju
venile books, juvenile puniphlets,
17; total, ll.:40.
The older folks didn't enre for very
much heavy literature for the Augjit
reading, as their calls were for 4H "'
viiliniien of heavy reading and 1074 vol
umes of fiction.
Glycerine and Bark
The simple mixture of blackthorn
bark, glycerine, etc., known as Alder-i-ka,
astonishes Snlem people. Hccano
Al.ler-i ka acts on HOT 1 1 lower and up
per bowel, ONE SI'OONFFL relieve
almost ANV CASK constipation, sour
stomuch or gas. It reuipves such sur
prising foul mutter that a few doies
often relieve or prevent appendicitis.
A short treatment helps chronic, stom
ach trouble. Tbo INSTANT, easy ac
tion oK Alder-i-ka is astonishing. J. O.