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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, NOV. 13, 1916.
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By the Htipulation of the attorney
for W. L. Bcnhain, charged with obtain
ing money under false pretenses and
hrouirht back from Oakland, Cal., last
week by Hheriff Esch, his bail, which
bad been set ut 2,500, was reduced Sat
urday by Judge Kelly to $1,000. The
arrangement was made with District
A divorce was granted Saturday by
Judge Gallon ay to .Mrs. Ida I.eary-i'roui
A suit for the dissolving of the niar
riaoe relation was brought Saturday by
Mrs. Maud Swuyze from Edward
riwavze. Desortion and non-support are
the charges made. She also a-sks the
custody of the minor child and title to
property in uima luuti nuuuivii iv -
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(Capital Journal Special Service )
Uayesville, Ore., Nov. 11. Miss Ida
Denny has an attack of tonsilitis.
Lyla Cnrrow is suffering with the
Hurry Wykoff expects to leave Satur
day for Montana, where he expects to
G. K. McAfee and family visited in
ltuby Hrcnnen is among the sick. Also
Duvid and Madeline Saucy.
(Hyde Hoss is very sick with typhoid
Mrs. Archie" Claggett is recovering
nicely from her operation.
The young people bad a party at the
Fitts home on Friday night.
iiim Edna Fitts came home from
Montana Friday evening to spend the
week end at home. I
Attorney Keeves will speak at the
church here on Sunday.
A very pleasant surprise-wax held at
the home of K. M. Bailey Friday even
ing in honor of Mrs. Bailey's birthday,
when a crowd of friends uid neighbors
eamo in, unannounced without any cere
mony. After a short program, Mrs.
Bailey was presented with a Japanese
basket. A jolly' ..good time was enjoyed
vnfter ifhich refreshments were served
and the guests departed for their homes
at a late hour wishing Mrs. Bailey many
more happy birthdays. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. D. Turner and sons
('lure, Delbert and Ira, Mr. and Mrs.
W. 1). Greig and children, Leonard and
('Urenen and Joy, Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Savago and sons Gilbert, Willard and
Krnest, Mr. and Mrs. Privott, Mr. and
Mrs. Willis and Davie, Mr. and Mrs.
Word, Mrs. M. Jones and Arthur, Mr.
una Mr. Tyrreu, Mrs. and Mrs. t.
Roscfce, Mr. and Mrs. O. F,.' McAfee
and Janice, Mr. and Mrs. 1!. Gilbert,
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Bailey and Mar
guerite, Mr. McMillan.
Desertion and cruel treatment are the
basis of a suit for divorce brought Hut'
urdav bv Mrs. Olive M. Coffoy against
John Coffev. She asks a share of the
! community property and custody of the
minor child. She also alleges non-sup
port for the family.
Because Ilnrry Huunicutt was not
able to make the alimony payments of
25 a month in accordance with the de
cree of divorce given to Mary Hunnicutt
Judire Kellv Saturday modified the de
cree by striking out the provision for
i the payments, itunnieuit snowou mat
' in his present circumstances he was de
working at it when ever the weather pendent on his father for support,
will in. i mil. Thin is a much binirer iob .
thin can be seen, at a glance and sev- The report of Annette I. Miller,
eral days will be required yet to coin- guardian of Henry Miller, an insane
plete it. . ! person, showed that, she has received
Geo. Lamb returned Monday evening irom tne property auu mni
from Kastern Oregon, where ne nad she has expended !i,uiuuo.
been enquired in harvesting and thresh-1
ing for the past several days. Mr.1 In order to defend liorself in the suit
Lumb cot in seventy days, and could for divorce brought bv George 1'. Grii
easily have w'orked twenty five days f itb, Mrs. Agnes Griffith lias petitioned
longorbut owiug to bad weailicr ne the court to grunt her 200 Tor attorney
thought best to come home. He was fPCg umi to maintain herself while the
comiH'lled to lie idle on account ot rain fluit jN pending. She also makes couuter
,he last ten days ho was there. . 'charges.
Lester Mnttbivu was in from tho
Chuiiipoeg district yesterday on busi-j Marriage licenses were issued this
uess. Mr. Matthieu is a member of the morl,inK to William Wright, a railroad
historic Matthieu family, and it was man 01- J'01-tlund, and Jessie L. Wurk,
tnrougn tne il'reci eiroris oi uis mm- 0e galem; Krnest i.ilibv-, an assistant
er tnnt tne urceon country oeciumi owmneer of Mnlein. and Maud ljUdko
United States territory instead of be-Uviizke, a telephone operator of Silver
longing to x.ngmna. nuuo ur iu .ton.
no pretentions of being a conversation
alist, the writer enjoys n chat with
him very much and we are always giau
to receive a call from him Keeurd.
Her Home No
Operationnot Necessary after
Taking the Great Medicine
Miller's Falls, Mass. "Doctors said
I had displacement very badly and I
wouia nave to nave
an operation. I had
a soreness in botli
ides and a pulling
sensation in my
right side. I could
not do much work;
the pain was so bad.
I was also troubled
My blood was poor.
We had been mar
ried four years and
hud no children.
After using Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound and Blood Purifier I
became well and strong and was saved
from the operation. We are now the
parents of a big baby girl and I praise
your remedies to others and give you
permission to publish my letter. "Mrs.
Joseph Guilbault, Jr., Bridge Street,
Miller's Falls, Masa.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound is famous for restoring women to
normal health and strength. When this
is done wives no longer despair of having
A woman should be wlucfnnt
to submit to a surg-ioal operation
until she has given Lydia E.Piiik
ham's Vegetable Compound a
fair trial. If you have aeasethat
needs special advice, write tho
Lvdia E. Pinkbam Motlieiue Co.
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iitm -n i.ir.i-i- 1b
iiiison ropuiar vois is
Over 400,000 In Lead I
New York, Nov. 13. The total popu-
lar vote received in each of the states;
by President Wilson and Charles K.
Hughes, but based on incomplete reports
and estimated, indicated that the presi
dent received 403,312 more votes than
Mr. Hughes. The tulile follows: I
States Wilson Hughes. '
Arknnsn ,. N5.000
Delaware . . 2r,,lU
Indiana . . .'. ;t.i:i,4ii(i
Kentucky ." . ...... 21!t,000
Maine . . 4,14
Maryland . . '133,211
Massachusetts .... 247,327
Mississippi . ....... 111,000
New Hampshire . . . 42,905
New Jersey '2011,332
New Mexico 34,545
New York 750,010
North Carolina ... 138,000
North Dakota . 54,4 1
Oregon , . .i 1H1,.j50
Pennsylvania 510, i47
Rhode Island 39,35.1
South Carolina 08,000
South DnliOtn 45.440
(Continued from page one.)
An amended complaint in the suit
for the recovery of damages for injur
ies received by Mrs. C. L. Larncd in
a runaway a lew months ago was riiedinllj ij,0 nWon a lloosier farm
this morning against John Suutn. The Tn0 anjed nlcthod of attack on the
working on a new network of railways
which lias been constructed back of
the Homme since the battle began. Per
manent construction of roads and rail
ways is necessitated by tho continuous
rains' which make the Somiue roads anil
fields in many places into running riv
ers of mud. Automobiles are hardly
able to plow- through and soldiers from
the first ljjie declare they wallow in
,Mr. Peter Fuller is receiving med
iciil treatment at a Portbind hospital.
.Mrs. Kirkwood of Oervais is a guest
at the home of her sister, Mrs. lien
Glen O. Garrison returned yesterday
from Seattle, where he had been spend
ing several weeks with relatives.
Several big loads of fine hogs were
brought to Donald Wednesday and turn
ed over to J. E. Smith, who . shipped
them to the Portland markets.
P. M. Coy returned to his home near
Woodburn Friday after having been
employed here for several weeks in
building a large new barn for J. IV Ver
gn. Work on the Hosking t De. Sart
tm I ill ii is progressing as nicely as
could be expected under the cireum
stances and uotu ot the owners are
Messrs. Kolund and Floyd Hewett
are home from t'orvnllis and it. is ex
pected they will remain in Hubbard
for a time.
Mrs. William Knight and Mrs. Dell
Clark of Canby, spent Monday in Hub
bard at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A.
Mr. and r. t ranK nosiener oi
hnmpa, Idaho, returned home, Monday
after spending a week at the home of
M. H. Hostetler and A. P. Troyer.
Mr. J. Zeck has recently purchased
an acre of ground on ine west of his
residence property, fronting on the
street east from the high school and ex
pects to nave fcjs residence moved to
the. new location by the last of the
The little babe of Mr. and Mrs. Li
bert McKay was very sick the past
week; it was discovered that the lit
tle one had gotten hold of some puper
with printing on it and swallowed some
of it. The babe is improving.
, Last Tuesday the following persons
went to Albany to attend a conference
of the Mennontto church: Mr. and Mrs.
M. H. Hostetler, Mr. and Mrs. . u.
hostetler, Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton,
Bishop and Mrs. J. R. M'shler and Wil
liam Bond. The conference held three
Mrs. Klmcr Stnuffer entertained the
W. R. O. laides at her home on Wednes
day. The day was Bpeut In sewing for
the bazaar which is to be held at the
armory Nov. 18. A bountiful dinner was
served which was greatly enjoyed by
Mr. and Mis. R. C. Dement of Myrtle
Point, were guests of tho Moomaw and
Braden families last week. Although
Mr. Dement has large holdings at Myr
tle Point deutanding a good deal of his
time, they plan to spend some tune at
An amended complaint was also filed
in the suit for breach of contract
brought bv Klisuibcth Phelps against
John Tweedie, et al. The complaint
states that the plaintiff as tho guard
ian of Frank and' F.thel Cnples had an
agreement with the defendant for the
sale of 10" acres or iniin lor .wuu our
that the defendant failed to comply
with the terms of the contract.
Complaint was filed by Arthur F.
Fellows against 'John P. Weston and
Frederick- Peterson (.'lark for tho re
covery of money alleged to be duo on
a promissory note of $7500. The plain
tiff usks judgment of the court and
foreclosure of the mortgage.
TO RE-APPOINT SWEET .
Washington, Nov. 13 The name of
Kdwin F. Sweet was sent to the presi
dent today by Secretary of Commerce
Rod field for re-appointment as assistant
secretary. Sweet resigned to run for
governor of Michigan and was defeated.
Sojl it -Joiirnnl want-.n1 -yJ'J',l,''',
ashington . .
Wisconsin . . . .
, . 197,000
, .. 139.013
, . . 194,000
Wilvon over Hughes
The Kind that are good looking and
For the Young Fellow as well as
Corner State and Liberty Streets
The House that Guarantees Every Purchase.
STATE HOUSE NEWS
Hughes' Majority In
Oregon Is About 7387
With complete returns from all coun
ties of the state except Benton, Coos,
Crook, tlrant, Harnev, Luke, Malheur , -'l,tu industrial accident commission for
and WheWr, and iiicompUu 1 returns . s ,,.. i0,.,ml of t "rs.kini if
Of the 208 accidents reported to the
dainnffcs are ifcr 5150. The complaint' s" i, k ,.ill,,.4"om i.naries tl. ,,,, . ,,, ,, .,, ,vaK ,,.,, ,n . SHW mi; M u
alleaes the ulaintiff has been deprived I h' ..l. an.1 ti.nkV.I""" ? votes oyer President W Bowman, of Beaver -Hill, wl,o was kill
!of bis wife society and that she has
been under medical care, that the horse
was warranted a safe driver but prov
ed wild and unsafe.
Hubbard every year.
Mrs. Robert T. Lines of Portland
arrived in Hubbard Wednesday even
ing to be the guest of Miss Ida Stauf-itil the storm subsided
gas bombs, hand greuades and tunks.
lu one village the huglish tired din
ing one. ni'jlit thirtv thousand gas bombs
hut the next monnug the liermnn sol
diers crawled out. -like raODits irom
their holes and went to work again
Unanimous opinion concerning the tank
is that they ure almost a failure. They
au travel only tour miles an hour and
uro easily overturned by artillery.
The Tommy prisoners declared they
"put the fear of God into the (Jer
inans" It is admitted their first use
caused surprise, although now there is
nothing to fear. All the Ocruiau sol
diers have had an opportunity to study
small models, brought to the front and
the artillery now knows how to destroy
the rent tanks.
Getting Details of
I.oudon, Xov. 13. Further details re
carding the sinking by a German sub
marine of the Anierican-HiTivaiiati
stenmcr Columbian are expected hourly
word has been received hern that pro
gress is being made iu taking of affi
davits from .members of the Colum
bian's crew where landed at Corrunnn.
Fragmentary reports on the stories of
theso men agree on these facts:
During a lashing gale the Columbiau
was held up a week ago today by a Ger
man submnrine which forced her to
throw out sea anchors 'iid heave to uu-
After two davs
son in Oregon. 'I lie total vote tor
Hughes was 122.984 and for Wilson
115,082 votes. The full tnublation of
the vote by counties is as follows:
for for the week end. Mrs. Lines was
formerly Miss Antoinette Beck of Port
land. Mrs. 'Lines and Miss Stnuffer
were chums at Mt. Angel academy in
SHE LIKES IT!
ASK any housewife who has
changed the family table drink
from harmful coffee to help
ful INSTANT POSTUM whether the
change has been -a success.
The answer may well induce you
to make the change ycurself.
Less "nerves," better temper,
clearer complexion, improved diges
tion and steadier heart after a trjal,
demonstrate conclusively that the
change from coffee to POSTUM is a
wise move for the whole family.
"There's a Reason"
swinging iu heavy seas, the subma
line commander ordered the crew to the
small boats. When all were off the sub
marine torpedoed the steamer, which
Coos . .
"Crook . '.
Kin nin 111 .
Morrow . .
. . 2.442
. . 2,811
. . 0,182
. . 2,508 .
. . 1.5S0
. . 3,907
. . 3.507
. . 1,400
. . 7,253
. . 4.585
. . 8.283
. . 2,253
. . 2.285
. . 4,110
, . . 3,907
ed while mining; John Lowe, also of
Denver Mill, killed while mining; ( y
riin Fermi, of F.uipire, killed while min
ing, and F. L. Dodge, of Ashluud, killed
in railroad operations.
licturii from the following counties
have been received bv the secretary of
state this morning. The first figures
show the registration uiid the .second
the number voting as. indicated by the
poll books, Hnker, registration 787, vot
ing 7019; Polk, 0955."i, 02H9; Cuos, 5290,
i',0011; Yunjhill 8498, 8185; Lincoln,
2040, blunU; Morrow 1MI0, 1703; Tilla
mook, 3li."i.", 2990; Crook, 4001, 4793;
I'matillll, 9139, 8910.
When la SALEM, OREGON, ito at
free and Private Bathi
RATES: 75c, $1.00, 1.50 FEB DAT
The only hotel in the business district.
Nearest to all Depots, xneatrei intf
A Horn Away From Home."
f . O. BLIGH, Fro.
Both Phones. Free Anto Iu.
David Reed, L. K. Seeley, A. L. Goe
and Mrs. F. L. Harnett. A certil'icu'e
of dissolution was issued to the Jose li
Light and Power company.
George Palmer Putiiniii, private sec
retary to Governor Withycomlie, who
lins been in llend since the election, has
returned to Salem. He miys that every
thing over iu Hcnd is in fine shape uud
r, kkii tnoving.
Articles of incorporation filed with
the corporation commissioner this inorn-
lurr nr.. ,i f ..I l..,i')i . Autnrifi Kn.ki-t lirmiU
''Jllji ; company, for the purpose of dealing in
sporting goods.wilh a' capital of WOoO
3.1,739 1 tt- Yi. trince, C. A. Kusro and Ilessio
.,810 1 i trace ure tho incorporators. The
'"'I Oregon Herkshire compniiv, with a
3.091 n iid running a packing plant. The home
L92;i j office is Portland and 111
of 4500, for d for the pur-
of raising and breeding cuttle
are C. M. Ilyskell, Kurl II. Fry ami Kit
ward H. Hv'skell. The Rufns Cireuit'of
the Methodist lpisiopnl church, with
a capital of IV900, has been (onned for
the purpose of conducting a circuit that
includes Kul uk. Higloiv, Wcbfont and
Locust Grove, all in Sherman county
The incorporators are I. T. Johnson,
lie Northern Kxpress Yoinpanv in I
report to tho public service cnmiiiisHii'ii
slutes that its gross Income for the p:iil
year was $34)1,3(13.41 and the net i"-
ome if.J.I.),.il i.l.l. ... . i
State Forester Flliott has returned
from the meeting oi the state forestry
board in Portland last week. There ine
seven members vof the board and six
were present. Routine business occiipicj
the attention of the meeting.
All forest fires in the state of Ore
gon are out now, according to State
Forester Llliott. Ouring the past season,
there have been mimtTniig fireH but 10
great damage iloue. The first were un
der control and confined to restricted
Washington, Xov. 13. The supreme
court today re-opened for argument
cases involving the workmen's em i
pensntion laws of the slates of Wash
ington, Iowa uud New York.
Salem, Oregon, November II, 1910
Notice is hereby given to the legal
i voters ot school district No. 24 iu Mar-i
ion county, state of Oregon, that a
special school nieetint of said district
, will be held at the high school building
.on Marion street between High ami
Church jtrcets, in the city of Salem,
Marion conntv, Oregon, on Thursday
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for the purpose of levying a tux foi
;the support and benefit of the schoVls
iu said district for the ensuing yi'iir.
I The purpose for which the money lo
:be raised by- this levy shall be expend
jpHiided. are shown by the following
I itemized budget w hich is hereby muilc
'a part of this notice.
: Water and" phones , 1000.00
1 Power and liiibt 1000.00
I Census, election, printing.... 500.00
Miscel. expense 500.00 !
.Freight , 100.00 1
j 1 32,000.00 '
I This meeting is called for the purpose
of raising a tax for the above inention
,ed purposes, by order ot the district!
Jschoiil board, of school district No. 21,
in ,hi i inn county state of Oregon. :
1 Hiitcl this eleventh day of November,
A. A. lkk; '
I Chairman of the Hoard of Directors. '
W. II. Jiurghardt, Jr.,,
Disiricf Clerk. Nov. 18 22 ,
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