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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 1916.
Grand Opera House
matinee Last Times Today evening
Elliott & Sherman Present
D. W. GRIFFITH'S Mighty Spectacle
SPECIAL PRICES-MAIL ORDERS NOW
Nights-25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00. Matinees 25c-50c (not reserved)
Seat Sale Open at THE OPERA HOUSE DRUG STORE
(Continued from page one.)
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Independence, Nov. 3,1. At the home
nf the briuV's parents, Mr. and Mrs
Crambo, of McM iiinviUe, on November
4. Miss Lulu Grambo was united in
nmrrinc,e- to Mr. W. H. Hloch of Indo
peiidenoe. After a .short honeymoon
they returned to their home here.
Miss Ruth Campbell of Ihillns was a
j:uent of Miss I'earle Percival on Sun
tiny. f.c.ss Ralhreath vias a week end vis
itor to Portland.
Miss Lenua Orambo returned to her
home in lIcMinnville Monday, after
spending a week here with -her sister,
Mrs. W. H. Hloch.
Mr. and Mrs. "S. E. Owen left Sunday
:for amu. Wash., where they will re
side, having purchased a hotel at that
C. O. Skinner, Koss Xelson and Moss
Walker motored to 1'ortland Saturday
to attend the foot ball game there.
Mrs. L. Damon left a i'fw days iitfo
for San Francisco, where she will visit
Mrs. W. K. Oilbert and sister, Miss
Leonn Sperling left a few dnvs ago
for Walla Walln. Wash.
Miss Zelpha Cross returned home
22 z'rr? i b a k 1 1 1 mum.
GIVEN BY THE WOMAN'S CLUB '
in appreciation of.
MISS MARY SCHULTZ .
Mies Vera Kitchener and Steart McGuire
Elrs. Alfred Schramm, acconspanist
Pfeus 7.39 Concert 8.45
Friday after spending a week in Port
land. Miss rcarle Smith of Corvallis spent
the week end here visiting her mother.
Miss Kmma Hinkle, a toucher in one
of tho Corvallis schools, spent the week
end here with her mother.
Mrs. M. V. Smith and Mrs. H. Mc
Donald of Dallas visited at the homo
of W. W. Pereivnl Wednesday.
K. Cozine and family left for Port
land this week, where "they will reside
in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. liiggs of Salem
visited nt the home of W. W. Percival
W. W. Percival is reported some bet
ter at this writing.
C. A. McLaughlin was a Salem visitor
Mrs. Alpha Bnscuo spent a few days
in Dallas last" week.
Mrs. Claru Wraves iias accepted a po
sition in the tailor shop.
Mrs. Charles Jiichnrdson and family
moved to I'ortlaml this week where
they will reside in the future.
The Klose Tillicums card club were
entertained at the home of Mrs.' M. V.
Williams Thursday evening. About
twenty lou guests gathered nt the
Williams home, and the evening was
spent in five hundred. At the close of
the evening a dainty luncheon was
Bill). "He (the warden) .shall have
power to make and prescribe rules for
the government of the convicts, and will
force obedience to the same by appro
priate punishment, but neither the war
den nor any other prison of tie Lai or
employe shall have the right to strike
or inflict physical violence except in
self-defense; or to inflict any cruel or
"I may further add that I specif
ically stated to Warden Minto, as I did
to his predecessor, that no such pun
ishment as hosing would be tolerated
by me, so far as I hail power to pre
vent it. Why this direct and premedi
tated violation of lny instructions, and
of the law itself was indulged in, I am
at a loss to understand. Granting even
that the men were bad trouble makers,
a prison administration which cannot
handle its problems except by employ
ing such antedated methods admits its
"This incident is simply an indica
tion of the spirit which prevails at the
penitentiary. . I have remonstrated re
peatedly against the methods in vogue,
and it was because of the unsatisfactory
conditions that I suggested the commit
tee to survey tho penitentiary. Bnt
matters get worse instead of better. It
is impossible to proceed further as they
are. In justice to myself as governor
and the governor in held responsible in
the eyes of the public for tho peniten
tiary in juBtice to the inmates and to
clear the way for constructive investi
gation on the part of the committee
which meets today, I have asked the
other members of the Board of Control
to join with me in requesting the resig
nation of Warden Minto."
(Continued from page one.)
year. Railroaders declared today that
tho wave is breaking. The western end
of the state had not been colder than
five below- so far.
Only 32 at Seattle. -Seattle,
Wash., Nov. U. The North
fest cold spell is gradually breaking up,
the weather bureau announced today.
The mercury was down to 32 degrees at
S o'clock this morning. It was two de
grees colder than Monday 's record.
"There's no prospect of snow in the
Puget Sound country," the observer
Cotd In California.
Sacramento, Cub, Nov. 14. A snappy
frost that sent the mercury down to 30
degrees at 6:.10 this morning put the
finishing touches on the vegetable and
grape seasons In the Sacramento valley
but did no damagj to oranges and citrus
fruits, shippers announced today.
to L .4 jJ fad. A x lb.
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MONDAY - TUESDAY
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THURSDAY, NOV. 16
America's Sweetest Singer
RICHARD J. JOSE
APPEARING IN PERSON
And Singing with the Six-reel Photoplay
AMONG THE GOLD"
A Story of Heart and Home