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Expresses Dislike of Adam
son Law and Is Roundly
Supreme Court Holds It Per
formed Duty In Discharg
A Large Shipment of New
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1916.
Smartest Creations of pres
ent fashion have just arrived
Especially Priced for
$6.6S to $24.
GALE & CO.
Formerly the Chicago Store
Cor. Court and Comfl St. Salem,Ore.
Willamette Valley News
i lie is present were: Mesdnn.es Dose,)
j Whitinnu, Beck, Lawrence, (loodalo,
(Capital .rournul Special Service)
Woodburn, Sept. 2ti. Dewey Hitney.
Floyd Rice, Ed Stover ami Clyde Whit
man returned Saturday from a fishing
trip up the Three-'Kivers and other
fishing spots. .
Walter Oniesel, who has been con
ducting the 5, 10 and 1T cent store here
the past few years, has sulci out to
Mr. and Mrs. Otto tiroettel who arrived
recently from Los Angeles. ;.
Quite a number of Woodburn people
attended the fair at, Canbv last week.
Chapman. Additional guests were, Mrs.
N. A. Hoifard ami Mrs. .1. n. omns
llnrohl Dimick, Osear Olson, first
vear: Ar ne waiuer nun i.c.nuu auswii,. , rt .. , ... - . .
iunior: Ali.heus (Jillette. senior. arc '"K coin ent.on which met here today
attonding the Willamette University
(Capital .lournal Special Service.)
Hayesville, Sept. 2(i. - llayesville's
Clarice Ogle is teaching in the Sea-
poose high school.
Merle Hall left lust week to take
charge of her school In King's Valley.
Bruce Yergon, who graduated in the
June 'It! class is attending the Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. C. h. Ogle will make
their home in Portlnnrt this winter, to
put-their son Percy in sciiool. Mr. Ogle
Co. 1 will be mus'ered out Monday
A hie lecemioii and dance will be given I"
the boys who answered the call to arms will b,e here occasionally to transact
that evenintr. ousiness.
Barbara Buckley of Newport is visit
iiii Mrs. Mason.
Vernon Lamb was a guest of J da
Troy Bogard is attending Oregon ag
0. 11. Beebe who lias been spending
his vacation at Newport, returned to
Ins home Monday.
was a rousing success,
li(lt) men, women and children were
called to order by President Lloyd T.
Reynolds, amid u beautiful setting of
asters and choice dahlias. The devo
tional services led by Kov. Frnuklir)
M. Jasper were reverent and earnest.
''A Plea for (he Children" by Hayes
villa's popular teacher, Misb "Alia
1'aterson, was well received and was
replete with high ideals. "The Sunday
School in its Kelation to (Iood Citi
zenship" was delivered by Governor
James Withycoinbe on schedule time.
A packed house greeted Oregon's
chief executive and bis remarks wero
followed with the closest of atten
tion. Said tho -governor in part:
Hendricks last week.
Miss (irace Harding, who is attend
ing high school here, is very ill. .
Dwight 1'arr is a freshman at the
Oreuon university this vear.
Mr. and Mrs. McOtiaid and daughter, 500, was won by Mrs. J. F. teelham-1 among tho Christian people whet
have rented the Hall home on Clevelnud ! met, tho consolation by Mrs. Blaine religion and patriotism prevail;
Mrs. J. L. Shorey entertained the. "The finest type of people in Amer-
Kol'fee Klotsch at her home last Wed-, lea are those found on this coast. The
nesilav evening. The honor prize, in best type of any class finds its home
Mr. McQuaid is an engineer i MeCord. Those enjoying the evening, the elimination of all tattling aud mis
on the branch line while Miss McCJuaid
is the English teacher in high school.
.Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Hall expected to
uake' their home in Newport for the
.ui:v ui'i. i iiuac vii.iv.iiix ,u cicuhir, uic eiiiiiinui lull ui uii uiiiiiiiK null inin-
were: Mesdames iBtney, I.iveslcy, Set-thief making and the ushering in of
tlemier, Drake, Ammett, Tjiwrence, Me
Cord, Steelharumer, Cowles, Siiorey.
Mildred Simmons entertained the
winter. They left Saturday to visit) Queen Ksthers at her beautiful home
friends and relatives in Portland and
Mrs. Ivans entertained her father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stan
Fred I'oorman of Tillamook visited
his parents, Col. J. M. I'oorman and
wife, the fore part of the week.
Saturday night a large delegation ofj
Masons from Woocltiurn, anoy, i on- . u; .i,.i ,.
land and Champoeg attended the in-, ' , . .
" L . . .v. it n a -u .n.i i Russell brothers pulled in home
mTZ at Donald Amo7g thVsVTroinitI.eir .hreshing machine yesterday h.v
this city were: P. w. Settleniier, Dr.
Cleveland avenue Wednesday night.
The dance in the nrmory Saturday
night was largely attended.
Marion News ;-
CCapital Journal Special Service.)
Marion, Ore., Sept. 2t. The fall work
pulled in home with
Thos. Siui; Amos Bench, W. J. Mish
ler, R. M. West, E. K. Settlemier, Fran
ce Feller, E. Kilen, Dlnin MeCord and
.1. II. Collins. They, report a fine time
and delicious luncheon.
Tl, I'lncn nf Dnvlc .Toh'nson in the
S. P.' Jmggage room has been filled by
Harlan Hartzell from .Me.vnnnvuie.
The members of the Xeedleeratl were
delightfully' entertained by Mrs. Robt.
Seott Thursday afternoon.' The mem-
French Remedy for
mg finished their task fur this year.
There is still a demand for more help
than can be obtained. Mr. I.oretz final
ly invited home several "hoboes" to
help hiin gather his bean crop this year
and so far they are doing fine. The
railroad section is still taking more men.
Mr. A. Wilson went to work with them
aguin this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. -Lewis Castlemau are
home again, also Mrs. Haines and
- Mr. Jay Hobbs is home again. We
heard that today was to be their wed
ding day but of course were not able
-to find hut for sure. His fiancee is
Miss Zella Gentry, ooe of the charming
i young ladies of our town.
Unite a number of car loads of wood
the true brotherhood of man. The
governor spoke of the children as the
hope of this great state and nation.
He urged striving after purity of
thought. He exhorted his hearers to
a higher standard of citizenship. The
problem of this extremely cosiuopnijtan
nation is how to roi'.n jiud 'iplift the
children. The gov ir.iu' Inn li f r 'ii' his
experience as a Sunay school work
er, and from his wnrk us n pi'tctionl
farmer viewed tin is uij'c;' ftm li's
heaters standpoint, oi;i'iig tho il it
of ittention from hii 'n ai.dieue .
Mrr. D. X. Bcociir gr n'lieh
pleasure by her reiid'.i'in nf It- ck i f
Ages.' - "
' "'Tha Sunday . Scri'i d as fi l'rei u
tije Agency" was ably h.'indled by
Rev. Harold C Stover, Tr. Stover is
strongly of the opinion that preven
tion is better than euro. Ho carried
his audience with him from tho be
ginning to the close of his remarks.
Humorous . stories, apt illustration,
brilliant arguments, all bearing upon
the one point of preventing trouble
rather than curing . the same. He
thrilled his audience with his enthus
iasm and zeal. .
The basket dinner served cafeteria
style, was . most excellent, ' delirious
coffee with cream was served by prom
inent matrons of Hayesville.
The business session and report of
Sunday schools went through with
"An Inquiry" was a brand new
nlan uroiected bv Dr. Prank Brown
Kansas City, Mn., Sept. 2t!. Free ex
change is a thorn in the nide of the
country banker.'. This' developed today
when the Country Bankers, attending
the American . Bankers' association,
adopted a resolution expressing them
selves as in accord with the under
lying principles of the 'federal reserve
act, but demanding that, congress give
relief of bankers from the free clear
ing of cheeks through the federal re
serve hnk. If congress fails to act,
the country bankers will appeal to the
courts. . -
. , The bankers had a hard time to stick
to the subject of banking, (iood words
for woman suffrage and national pro
hibition by John Wugner, of l.urned,
Kan,, brought cheers despite attempts
to rule him out of order.
A. W. Dnwsou, of Davenport, Iowa,
nlso got. off the subject into polities
when he declared:
"Those here who believe every legis
lator a moral coward need only to look
back to the closing days of the late ses
sion of congress for verification of that
Five minutes of solid cheering show
ed his audience approved his criticism
of the Adamson law.
INDOOR UFEJIAKES FAT
TRY OIL OF KOREIN TO KEEP
WEIGHT DOWN, OR, TO RE
DUCE SUPERFLUOUS FAT.
People who are confined within doors
and who are deprived of fresh, invigor
ating air and exercise must take pre
caution to guard against over-stoutness,
as fat acquired by indoor life is
unhealthy and a danger to the vital
organs of. the body. Lack of exercise
in the fresh air is said to weaken the
oxygen carrying power of the blood, so
that it is unable to produce strong mus
cles and vitality and tho formation of
unsightly and unhealthy fat is the re
If you are 15 or 20 pounds above nor
mal" weight you are daily drawing on
your reserve strength and are constant
ly lowering your vitality by carrying
this excess burden. Any persons who
are satisfied in their own mind that
the are too stout are advised to go to
Central Pharmacy or a good druggist
and get a box of oil of korein capsules,
and take one after each meal and one
just before retiring at night.
Even a few days treatment has been
reported to show a noticeable reduction
in weight, improved digestion and a re
turn of the old energy; footsteps be
come liphter and the skin less flabby
in appearance as superfluous fat dis
appears. Oil of korein is inexpensive, cannot
injure, and helps the digestion. Any
person who wants to reduce 15 or 20
pounds is advised to give this treat
ment a trial.
Carload of Whiskey
Captured at Tacoma
Tacomsi, Wash., Sept. 2(i. One car
load of perfectly good bonded uliis!:ey
is in storage here today following its
seizure by deputy prosecuting attorn
ncysjind county detectives at Wilke
son, a coal mining town. The value of
the contraband inloxicnnt is estimated
at $!l,UU0, and was consigned by a San
Francisco liquor firm to Cleorge Mor
ris, a Wilkeson express man, who, how
ever, denies all Knowledge of it. The
whiskey was billed as ''grapes," and
to carry out the deception, a layer of
concord grapes about six inches deep
was placed on top of each cuse of
When word of the seizure spread
through Wilkeson, women and children
armed with baskets, buckets and dish
pans, flocked to the booze car, where
the officers liberally distributed the
luscious fruit free. Then the car was
returned to Tacoma and in case no
claimant nppenrs within 10 days the
authorities will confiscate the liquor
and give it to tho fishes in the
The leading doctors of France have!"v h shipped out from here lately
Ut years used a prescription of vege-j"l "'veral more to go soon. The price
table oils for ehronie stomach trouble' obtained we understand, is about 2.50
-.i ..;.(;,.., that .Mm life charmJ t. o. D. cars. Most of it goes to Sa
tire dose will convince. Severe canes i lem, except the balm wood, which goesd of ,)r ,irown
of year's standing, are often greatly! to the paper mi ls ,.roll,, in his modest way described as "an
benefited within 24 hours. So many . Rev. Nettie C. H. Biley of Portland - . f , ;. to M)
people are getting surprising results! . to .speak at the Friends church , next fumUv scoo" The central
h. we feel .11 person, .offering from ! Sunday evening on the subject of "Pre-( f"1 '.. t'ie rural Sunday
.nr.tinntinn lower howel lrver and 1 paredness or Peace." Her address it '"" 10 ennf" tne rural summy
constipation, lower oowti, uver ana ' ..,. ot hv ,h,, who hB..eJ schoo bV extra talent imported from
stomach troubles shon Id try MayrV highly spoken of by those who have, ; increasing the efficiency
iLd Larson went to Turner of the rural Sunday sch.Kil.jThe plan
v nndeJstandtn that rour money ' Kridav to attend the shower given Mi!omed so unselfish and so Reasonable,
quibble if OXE bottle fails to give you to become a bride. leaders present who propose to use
absolute satisfaction. Mr. C. A. George was in Turner on this until. night of source of power to
i'oi sale by J. C. Perry, druggist. ' business Wednesday. stimulate niany a struggling rural
The jury mode no mistake in return-'
'ing a verdict for the school district,
land their finding is so eminently prop
er .that the judgment should be affirm
ed, notwithstanding any errors that may
I have been committed during the trial."
j Thus does Justice Harris conclude an
(iipiniou handed down from the supreme
bench this morning in the much talked
i of case of Flora I. Foreman, the Colum
bia county school teacher who was dis
missed by the school board because
"she taught her pupils disloyalty to
their government, among other things.
j that the government under which he
, and they live is 'rotten to the core."'
It was also incorporated in the Evidence
ngninst her that she taught her pupils
"that there is no God and that Jesus
Christ is not the son of God."
The plaintiff in this ease, after
making a !fight which disrupted the
.school and the entire commiiuity, sued
j the school district for one month's sal
ary which she claimed to be due her
under the contract, and the circuit court,
I Hon. J. A. Eakin, judge, decided against
her. this judgment is now at firmed.
Other opinions handed down this
ii. Nelson vs. Brown & MeCabe, steve
dores, appellants,' appealed from Mult
nomah eoiintv. suit' for dnnmires fm-
j personal injuries, opinion by Justice
rJurnctt, lireuit Judge Galloway s judg
ment for plaintiff affirmed.
Wiuona L. Woods et al. appellant, vs.
.T. I.eroy Dunn et al, appealed from Ben
ton county, suit to enforce specific per
formance of contract, opinion by Justice
Burnett, Cij-eiut Judge Hamilton's judg
ment for defendnnt reversed.
Harry M. Van Zandt vs. Ralph Wills
et nl, appellant, npepnled from Mult
nomah county, suit to recover balance
due from automobiles motion to dismiss
appeal allowed, opinion by Chief Jus
Petitions for rehearing were denied
in Clark vs. Clare, Berridge vs. Marion
county, Mackenzie vs. Douglas county.
You Want at Lowest Prices?
Then don't fail to visit us, where merchandise is the
best and prices the lowest.
The Store that guarantees every purchase.
Corner State and Liberty Streets.
(Centinued from Page One.)
patron was ejected from the show and
took his troubles-to the innnimement
of the fair grounds. An investigation
:by the police followed uud Chief M. P.
.Burnett sampled the noda pop which he
i hold was too expensive at 25. cents.
Horse Show Begins
at 7:30 This Evening
Officers: Director: Prof. Carl X. Ken
nedy, Oregon Agricultural College.
Manager of exhibits: Prof. K. I.. Pot
ter, Oregon Agricultural College.
Judges: Saddle and driving horses,
James A. Iloiichin or .leffer.ou Citv,
Draft horses, John (1. Hammer, I own
state college, Allies, lown.
I'shers nml clerks, nnimnl husbandry
students, O. A. C.
7:.'I0 "Sagebrush Symphony" ju
McKlroy 's bund.
Shetlands under saddle, boys.
Draft teams, four-in-hands.
Ladies' drivers, under I :t hands.
Vocal solo, Mrs. Frank Powell of Al
bany. Track horses, pacers.
Pairs in heavy harness.
ponies, not Slict lands, girls.
I'niversity of Oregon Glee club.
Gents' drivers, Uii:,. huuds and over.
Cow horses, over Ui'.j hands.
Sunday school. All inquiry in regard
to this to be addressed to President
Lloyd T. Reynolds, Woodsedo Orchards,
route 9, Salem, Oregon.
Tho (ucal solo, ''There Were .Ninety
and .Nine That Safely ley in the shel
ter of tho Fold," by Mr. A. A.
Schram, was one of the finest efforts
of the 'day. Mr. Schram combines a
voice of unusuul depth and melody
with a clearness of expression rarely
Mrs. Gladys Cartuin, superintendent
of the Junior Sunday school work of
the county, was at her best in ''Ele
ments of a Good lesson." Miss Car
son dwelt Uon the. need of variety,,
vividness, anil vitality in presentation
of Sunday school work. "Personal In
fluence" suid Miss Carson, ''is a
great influence in character building.
Everything must be spstemized iu
Sunday school work to save wasted
time. See that each child works.
Every boy' lovfes' to be active. Pre
pareduesa'ou the' part of the teacher
solves many of the problems of class
work.. Miss Carson is not only a suc
cessful teacher having received diplo
mas from eastern schools of learning,
also teaching successfully in tho east,
but at present is taking the course of
liberal arts at Willamette I'niversity.
Central Howell got the next conven
tion. Pratum M. K. church Sunday
school serured one hanner. Pioneerl
secured the other. Thus closed the
finest convention in llayesville's his
tory. The terjn "free lance," now meaning
a literary man who is iu no one's em
ploy, is a relic of the crusades, when
companies of knights rode from plnee
to place, offering their services to any
one who would pay for them.
The Shetland ponies entered by M.'
S. Levy for the horse show will have1
Suleui matrons aud girls as riders and.
drivers, and the list is not quite filled.:
Any lady or girl whu would like to ride i
or drive ill this feature of the show:
will be ghen an opportunity if they!
will apply to M. S. Levy of to Prof.'
l STATE HOUSE NEWS 3!
Supplementary m-ticlcs of incorpora
tion were filed ut the rfit'fn.j, nf i'..ri,...!
ration Commissioner Scluildcrmau this.
rT....... i... i .!.... '
'iiiiiik i, jiiiicii(-k n iiney, inc.,
of Portland, which changes its uiiiuu to
Fverett Bnbcock & Company. Articles
of incorporation were filed by the City
Investment company, of Portland, the
capita) stock of which is flOOO.
The latest reliort of the Southern
Pacific company filed with the publii"!
service commission shows tho car short
age on the Portland division to be HID. I
A total of 117 empty cars Were received j
at Ashland during the past 24 hours.
Another hearing will be held in the
car shortage matter tomorrow morn
ing at 10; 30, nt which any shippers who
may iiave a grievance to air will bu
given ample opportunity to do so. The
hearing will be held at the office of;
the public service commission.
The Harney county visitors, incliid-l
ing the Sagebrush orchestra, were in-1
terested spectators of the stale house
and the supreme court building this
&ipTnIuSTuirbjTiiinTc(.uAclvertlBors. Box 17, Oregon City, Oi
GEO. O. WILL
Pianos I sell, the
Best and Cheapest
GEO. O. WILL
Now Edison Disk
Each in every
style and all
records for each.
432 State Street
. and Driving
170 S. Comfjierclal
Old Shoes Made
The quality of our
work is as high
as the price is low
Te Boot Shop
325 State St.
Opp. I.ad.l & Bush
on short notice.
Dr. Herman Barr,
Hart man Bros Co
Phone, Office 930
or Residence 1808.
Coal and Wood.
432 State Street
Auto and Car
Topi and Cush
ions repaired and
F. W. BLISS,
304 S. Com'l.
We make your
linen wear longer
and look bettor
by our auto-dry
room and press
Salem Laundry Co.
130 8. Liberty St.
Hartman Bros Co
Stats and Liberty
The Handy Man
Around the House
LIGHT ft TOWER
Oak Park Dairy
W. F. Looney
eeiving congratulations on the birth of ; daughter, Miss Janet te Jones.
a :'V,,!Vrl'01n.,1 'l''' 1'.,1' ,,,! One of the most representative ga'h-
I he M last's Lilv ami Florence ltlakoi . ... , . , ,.
of Willow Lake Farm, Kaiser Hottom,! " ,ho v,'"r "u" ,bHt 111,1,1 ,!t
will attend Sacred Heart academy this; Kaiser's new school house September
Hut.it. in. j S4 in the evening. The new quarters'
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Jones return- fitted for church purposes were defi
ed recently from an in. to. nubile tripi''"'ed by Rev. Franklin M. Jasper who
covering a large part of Washington. I retires from this. A large sum win
They were accompanied by their youngi raised.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Kaiser Hottom, Sept.":i.i. Mrs, Clyde
C. Claggett has returned from a fort
night's visit with her mother, Mrs. (.'.
Drehr of Hubbard. i
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Marshall ore r-
Saves the Bearings
Zerolene is made from
Asphalt-base crude. Its
lubricating value is not
affefted by the heat of
iht Standard Oil ior Motor Cars
Sold by dcsleri everywhere and
at all Service Stations of the
Standard Oi! Company