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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON,
THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1916.
Your teeth can be only as good as
you keep them start a good habit
today by asking your druggist for
For The Teeth
Powd e r . Crea m
Send 2c stamp for a generous sample of either
Dr. Lyon's Perfect Tooth Powder or Dental Cream.
1. W. Lyon & Sons, Inc., 561 W. 27th St., Nw York City
By ALINE THOMPSON
Miss Mary Creed Howard left toJay
for an extended visit in Tennessee.
Jliss Howard expects to spend the win
ter in tho Southland nnl wiil visit, rela
tives in Memphis, Holly Springs, uul
Aberdeen, going later to Knoxvillc,
'where she will pass the remainder of
her stay as the guest of her aunl, Mjs.
Miss Howurd is a great favorite in
Kalem nud will bo (really missed dur
inn the season.
A group of young girls gathered nt
the John U. (ioltra residence on t.'ourt
street recently to be guests at the
(-harming Kensington for which Miss
Helen (ioltra was hostess.
The guests were Miss Barbara Btein
er, Miss Beatrice Walton, Miss Irma
liotsford, Miss Kthel MeUilchrist, Miss
Kuth l'eringcr, Miss Odcll Ravage, Miss
Ksther Cox, Miss Olive Mark, MisB
Fannio McKennon, Miss Carolyn Dick,
Miss Violet Maclean, Miss Mary Find
lev, Misa Maudo McClcan, Miss Margar
et Fuller, Miss Nellio Beaver, Miss
Margaret Garrison, Miss Laura Arenz,
Miss Kuth Taske and Miss Lunilo Mc
Cully. Miss J u ti in Todd has as her guest her
mother, Mrs. Minerva Todd, who has
BY SIMPLE MIXTURE
Hnlcm people are astonished nt the
INSTANT action of simple buckthorn
bark, jtylcerme, etc., as mixed in Ad
lerilia.' OXK SlDONr'UL removes
such surprising foul matter it relieves
Uino.it ANY CASK constipation, sour
slonuich or gas. Hccnuso Adler-ika acts
on BOTH lower and upper bowel, n few
dimes often relieve or prevent appendi
citis. A short treatment helps chronic
stomach trouble. J. C. Perry, druggist.
recently arrived in Salem to pass the
Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. (itiyer, who have,
been visiting at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. T. ('. Davidson, on South Com
mercial street, have left for Oklahoma
where they will make their home. Al
though Mr. and Mrs. Ouyer have resid
ed in Oregon for the past seven years,
their property and business interests
are in Oklahoma and it was for this
reason that they decided to move there
Mrs. P. M. Rupert entertained infor
mally at her home on tho Pringlo road
on Wednesday afternoon.
Her guests were the members of the
Kound Dozen club and the hours were
pleasantly whilcd away with needle
work and chatter. Mrs. F. K. Geniliart
assisted the hostess in serving dainty
Unique, in every way was the Chinese
dinner given Monday evening by Mrs.
Amelia Cassalman. Tho room was redo
lent of insense and the decorations and
appointments were nil suggestive of the
Chinese. After dinner Mrs. Cassalman
entertained her guests at the Oregon
Those making up the party were Miss
Eugenia MclntitriT, .Miss Helen Mcln
turff, nnd Hurry mid Karl Pearcy of
The members of the Kastern Star
enjoyed an informal afternoon nt their
lodge-rooms on Tuesday. Sewing occu
pied tho fore part of tho ufternoon,
followed by refreshments.
The hostesses were Mrs. W. M. Smith,
Mrs. T. ('. Davidson, Mrs. Mendelsohn
u ud Mrs. Amos Vnss.
Mix. V. R Sniithwick left Wednes
day for a few days visit in Seattle.
A delightful birthday party was giv
en Saturday evening for Miss Fay
Wells at her home on Hansen avenue.
The evening was spent playing games
and music, after which a dainty repast
The guests were Miss Ruth Stewart,
Miss Olndys Carson and Ieigh Douglas
Earl Cotton, Louis Stewart and Pro
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. T. Pomeroy have re
turned from Portland where they have
been visiting their son, Dr. Ray Pom
Messages of sympathy are ' finding
their way to Rev. and Mrs. Robert dill
upon the news of tho death of their
baby son, which occurred this morning
in. Port In nib i. .
The St. Paul's Episcopal social,
v.piiVh was: to have. beeji, given at the
rectory Tonight has been postponed, i
Tim TAcVititt Aihsiliurv at fha Sf
Paul's Kpi&copal 'chiirch will'ineet to'
morrow 'iiftejiioon at te resilience 01
Mrs. Thomas "Larluu!. --Williams, .; 1025
South Fir .street, r. . r
Judge Decreed He
Should Pay Wife Wages
Portlnndt Ore., Nov. 16 Dr. C. S. Ti
(;nrd, of Tigardsville, had a decree of
diorce today, but by Judge Ganten
belli 's orders he was under obligation to
pay his wife $000, which approximates
$25 a month for the time they have been
fne judge made this order after it
was testified that Tigard paid the wo
man $25 a month while she was his
housekeeper, before their marriage, and
that after the wedding he gave her
"It seems reasonable to suppose,"
said the judge, "that he married to get
a servant for nothing."
Mrs. Tigard started the divorce pro
ceedings, but Dr. Tigard filed a cross
complaint, alleging infidelity and got
the decree. Dr. Tigard alleged he Caught
his wife with another man in Seattle,
and that even after this episode he
loved her so much he begged her to
come home, .-living she could have the
best room in the house and go out with
tho "other man" two nights a week.
proves it 25c at all druggists.
MAY PLAY PITTSBURG
HOW ANY WOMAN CAN
REMOVE HAIRY GROWTHS
It is not longer necessary fur a wo
man to visit a beauty specialist to have
superflous hairs removed, for, with the
a!-! of a plain dclntonc paste, she can,
in the privacy of her own home, remove
even n s'uliborn growth in a very few
minutes. The pnstc is made by mixing
some water with n little powdered dcln
tonc This Is applied to the hairs and
after 2 or ,'t minutes removed and the
skin washed, when it will be left clear
ami hairless. He sure you buy renl del-atoiic
Eugene, Or., Nov. 16. Oregon
will represent the west against
Pittsburgh at the Tournament
of Hoses football game in Pasa
dena New Years Day, accord
ing to tho confident belief of
every booster for Bestdek 's elev
The tournament committee
meets iri Pasadena next Satur
day to select the western squad.
Washington and Oregon are
ijr principal contenders.
Plowden Stott, famous Stan
ford star, who officiates at
many id. tho. big gajnesr believes
' Oregdil o'utpla'yed ""Washington
. here. Other experts say. i that
,. Bezdek 's present maeUhVc is un-
doubtedly ono of the moVt t'or-
' midable in the country.
Court House News
Captain Mnx Gehlhar county clerk
has returned from Portland where he
went yesterday to assist in the election
of a colonel for the Third regiment,
Oregon nntional guard. Lieutenant Col
onel May, who has been in the service
of the national guard lor about twenty
five years, was chosen unanimously to
lead the regiment. He was a captain
in the Second Oregon regiment when
it went to the Philippines in the Span
ish American war.
Edward Dickmair, 23, who was born
in Hamburg, Germany, this morning re
nounced allegiance to Emperor William
II and declared his intention of becom
ing an American citizen. He arrived in
the United States October IS, 19i:t.
Judge Kelly, who is now holding
court in Albuny, will be in Salem Mon
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Annual November Sale
Comfortables covered with saline, silkoline, cotton challies, filled with good
grade cotton battingthe well known Maish Makewarmth without weight.
Some of the items are slightly mussed from display. Special at 95c and $2.48 Ea
Emmerich Feather Tillows good assortment of tickinc. assorted rtn t.wn
lots. Special at 69c each, or $U8 Pair. Special, at $1.00 each, or $2.00 Pair f
t Entire line of uncovered Sofa Tillows, down, down and feathers mixed and
sukiioss. specialise, 50c, 75c.
Reduced prices on all grades of wool batts 2 lbs., 2 1-2 lbs. and 3 lbs...'.
150 New Coats for women and misses --novelty mixtures and plain cloths! ::
Priced $12.50, $13.50 and $15.00-
U. G. Shipley Company
I: North Liberty Street Salem, Oregon
A marriage license was issued this
morning to Archie V. K. B. Harris, n
farmer of Kugene, and Josephine John
ston of Salem; Choster Allen Tucker,
a fruit raiser of Rosednlo, and Martha
Truax, a dressmaker of Rosedale.
An action for the recovery of money
alleged to be duo for goods sold and
delivered was begun in the circuit court
by I.ove-Warrcn-Monroe company a
gainst P. D. Hettleniier. Tho sum in
question is ....l(iO..")0, of which 4101.25
has not been paid. ,
Tho American Art Works bus brought
suit against O. J.; Schnr'fcr, et al, for
tho recovery of money alleged to bo
duo for art calendars and stationery
sold in tho sum of ''58 to the Schaffer
Brothers Mercantile company of Mt.
Angel. Judgment is demanded.
A decree of confirmation of sale in
the foreclosure of mortgaged premises
in tho case of Carrie Iv Palmer against
O. S. Cresor, ta ux, was made today
by Judge tialloway.
Because of a typographical error in
making tho dne when certain interest
begins January 16, HH6, instead of
January It!, lit 1 3, an order reopening
the ease was made yesterday on a hear
ing granted by Judge tinllowny. The at
torney 'a fees were placed at $100.
Organize In Japanese
Is Solution of Problem
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 16. Organiza
tion of Japanese workmen in their own
country to secure better wage and gen
eral living conditions is the solution of
TEN THOUSAND CARS
(Continued from page one.)
A Little Surprise
Hunt's Supreme Tomatoes, 15c value ......... ... 9c
Hunt's Supreme Pears, 25c value gc
Red X Oysters, 25c value ( : J6c
Monopole Oysters, 35c value 23c
Hunt's Staple Pears, 25c value J4c
Meco Oysters, 20c value Jgc
Hunt's Supreme Apricots, 35c value J9c
Hunt's Supreme Strawberries, 35c value fc
Monopole Catsup, 25c value J7c
Red Ribbon Catsup, 25c value . . U 17c
Farmers' Cash Store
ON HIGH STREET, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
the "yellow peril" favored by the
American Federation of Labor, Andrew
Funiseth, head of the Seamen's Union
"We arc not going to permit admis
sion of Japanese or other orientals into
the American ''Federation of Labor,"
Furuseth said. "It would be a--wcdge
for the entrance into this country of
thousands of orientals as laborers. If
an attempt is made to admit them to
the federation it will bring on a great
It is planned instead, Furuseth said,
to organ me the Japanese, especially in
their own country give them labor
unions and tho power of organization
generally. This plan, it is believed, will
keoy them out of this country by giv
ing lUl'UC Ut'llCI UWllg CUI1UIMU1IQ 111
"I am opposed to the admission of
any ot these laborers," statca f ranR
Morrison, secretary of the federation.
"Wo will stand for tho restriction of
all immigration and a literacy test that,
will keep out illiterates and incompe
tents generally. I do not think there
will be any change from this policy."
B. Suzuki, Japanese labor leader, hero
attending the convention, in an address
before the convention suggested send
ing Samuel (iompors to Japan to or
ganize the workers of Nippon.
WANT EIGHT HGi
(Continued from page one.)
one minut. Get compli
mentary can of Ku; i don's from your
drugpist. Or hiiv a 25 cent tube. Ir it
doet u't do you $1 worth of good in a jiff y,
vou ciin gci your z: cents bacii irom tho
. drvftsk or ficiiitlic KandoMl'g.
rpesomeouick. For colds, catarrh.
.coughs, nasal headaches, ttc. Be
sure it's t)ie kind that's been used
for 26 years and by 50 million
day in this trade and also in the iron
and steel industries."
There was much animated discussion
today o'f the coming visit of the beads
of the trainmen's bodies who are ex
pected before the end of tho week. The"
eight hour day will be viewed fruni all
angles before the convention gets
through and there will bo an attempt to
force investigation of the high cost of
The supplementary report nf the exec
utive council today dealt with the move
ment towijvd iulernittional peace and the
pin t that labor will have-in it.
The report read by James Duncan,
vice-president of the federation, told of
a cablegram from tho president of the
(Jerninn National Labor body, announc
ing that the international conference to
be held December 11 nt Berne, Switzer
land, luid been called off.
"We deplore militarism and the spirit
it evokes," the report said. "To pre
vent war we must organize for peace."
A resolution introduced asked the
workingmen of America to boycott the
products of the two factories in Balti
more which, it is cliiimed, have import
ed gunmen as strike-breakers. .
Addresses by several delegates and
tho reading of resolutions comprised the
morning session's business. Tho only
resolution which created a stir waB that,
which asked that tho negro laborers of
the south be organized and affiliated
with tho federation so they will not
flood the north with labor in competi
tion with white men.
V 7 f
Krumbles Is the
food that gives
you all the food
value of whole
wheat, plus a
1 Rc.dvoEt In Wt
excess of lust, week' orders at 1-4
Shipments for last week amounted
to 0S,455.0ti7 feet, which in turn was
a gain of 10,000,000 feet over the ship
ments of tho previous week, duo to in
creases in local and cargo trade and the.
fact that 13 additional mills' participat
ed in this week's barometer.
Hail deliveries amounted to 3PJ500,
000 feet, which was 20.8S per cent less
than new business booked for future
rail delivery. Homo consumption ac
counts for 4,012,329 feet in the week's
total of shipments, and the cargo trade
take care of the remainder a matter
of 13,942,738 feet.
In percentages, orders were practical
ly equal to production and 14 83 per
cent above shipments, which in turn
were 29.24 per cent below normal.
. , (Continued from page one.)
traffic, oa labor leaders..were enjoined
in the famous Pullman strike of 20 years
ago. 1 " "
. "Work ' of formulating the govern
ment's ciJUrse of action proceeded rapid
ly today uudcr direction of Assistant
Attorney Oeueml 1'.. M. Underwood and
Solicitor General John Davis. It appear
ed likely the government would file a
demurrer, churning the Adamsou law
constitutional in answer to the railroads
plea for an injunction restraining its
enforcement. Thi would result in a
straight away fight on the constitution
ality of the act and would serve more
quickly to briiig tho case before the su
TIKES OP CONSCIENCE'
i YE LIBERTY
Hinges cn iust two things, the
right merchandise and the vay
such merchandise is presented.
Now we know the presentation of
merchandise interests you the
most that's your principal study.
We are specialists in the matter of
Clothes that give one a pleasing
appearance. Slip into a KUPPEN
HEIMER SUIT OR OVERCOAT
from our present showing of Fall
Styles. Step in front of a mirror
and note the improvement in your
On the score of price these Suits
and Overcoats put no penalty on
Frats $15 to $20
They're $20 to $30.
Conqueror Hats, Gordon Gloves, Cooper's Unvwear, Eagle Dresf Shirts, Mack
inaws, Woolen Shirts, Sweaters, etc., etc.-
A five minutes interview with these ?ood clothe will nrnye convincing. Drop in
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