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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 16. 1916.
; at Grand Tonight
The Dentist Sayst
"Come and see me twice a
year keep them .clean :
and chew WIGLEVS."
This wholesome, economical
goody removes food particles
that -cause decay.
It's friendly to your teeth and
gums. Good to chew on. Helps
appetite and digestion, too.
Richard J. Jose, the world's sweetest
contra-tenor singer, whose melodious
oice has thrilled the hearts of the
million of English speaking peoiile,is I
to appear in this city tonight at the:
Grand theatre .singing those beautiful
gems of song made immortal by him.
WILLIAM S. HART
In "The Patriot"
after every meal
Throughout a long and wonderful
stage career. Mr. .lose has always been.
identified witn tne Dig, men priced
attractions, as everybody knows those
charging $1.50 and
However, tne recent hi;ner develop-1
ment and phenomenal popularity of the
photoplay Das given nun on men aim
the result i the happy combination of
song and picture.
Mr. Jose accompanies and sings witn
his superb photo drama masterpiece,
Silver Threads Among the (fold," in
i nana, the first attraction at the
New Madison Square Garden, New York
It is said nothing liner in modern pic
ture creation has been produced, lhe
story, in brief, is simply told. Tom and
.lames, or tne village are in iuve mi
Nfarv. a beautiful tfirl. as shown and
played by Mary Dean. There are real
istic country scenes, concluding wim
an elaborate barn dance as the climax
nf an old fashioned straw ride. At the
supper which follows the green eyed
monster jealousy cmers me drama, chub
ing the commission or a criuie-uic
wrong man accused the seeneB shifted
frnm the villaae to the Brent city and
back again with thrilling, heart throb
bing, happy' results mat is evcryiiuiin
to the screen tnat -way irown r.usi
. tn the striee. Then enme the reunion
The Christmas tree, the return of the
long absent son, the reconciliation be
tween father and son, and between hus
bnnd and wife are most effective.
There nre numerous incidental iea-
tures that are high above the ordinary
stnndard. The two lee children con
tribute a dainty diversion and there
is tho funny country character, C'y, as
played bv the well Known wick. l.kv.
The cast in all includes thirty two
principals and H5 extra performers,
who were required to perfect the pro
Printers Captured One
Watt Shipps the Other
Two interesting bowling games were
rniled lnt nieht on the Club alleys
with the result that the Watt Shipp
team took the contest from the Oregons
bv the score of 2589 to 2408 and tne
I'rinters tooK tne contest irum iu .-u-
lm Mlov hv the score of 2519 to 2.102.
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Craven of tne watt nnipns ruueu muu
m of all with 203 points, K. Price
also of tho Watt Shipps was a high
man with 202. Whorley of the Oregons
came in third with 200 points.
High game in the contest between the
Printers and the Balem Alleys was won
by Harringtoa with a score of 201.
The scores follow:
E. Price 202
Absentee ,.' 15
L. Trice .-' 1T9
Team overage, 173.
a Musical Treat
"Where Are My Children"
A Smashing Subject Done in a Daring Way. Playing to
Capacity in Portland This Week,
(Continued from page one.)
ed," the statement declares. "The en
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V"iJ D limn i uiiu.na iitimi tiiuiuiu
bend of the Cerna river. We returned
northwards towards Tepawizu and
est of Coinbles-
Germans Eetake Village.
Berlin, via frfnyville, 1,. I., Xov. 16.
German troops have stormed and tuk
en the eastern povtion of the villngo of
Hailliscl from the French, according to
the war office statement today.
The statement sanfc
Bucharest, Nov. Following a se
lies of violent combats Kuinanian forces
have withdrawn from A refill towards
Hadaciuesti, on tho right bank of the
riuver, according to today's ufiiciiK
The Kuuianinn positions in the .T i it I
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. ... . i, 4i,rt wrtoJi I vwur. ii ws us:crieu,. uuu uccii success-
Separate British attacks on he road . ' intnin,)(, .
yyrit, VfaLWrieley Jr. Co 1629 ifanerBUgx Ckjca&Jsrtht S&rightk Stxamen't book in colors,
Bethel News Notes
(Capital Journal 8iecial Service)
Bethel, Ore., Nov. 16. Mr. and Mrs.
O. O. Swales were visitors in Macleay
Clifford Johnston went to Harris
burg a week ago last Vriday and
brought back Mr. Bressler's automo
bile paint spraying machine. -
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. McClinch of Polk
county and a friend from California
were Sunday visitors at the home of
Mr. nnd Mm. (!. V. Johnston. OthervU-
itorp were Mrs. Dr. Lnno and Mrs. Mat
thews. The following Bethelites were in
'Macleay last Saturday night attending
an organization meeting of a new
Young Peoples society, Hoy Marchand,
John Hain. Frank Kunciter, John
(Mark. Harlan Hoffman, Chris Battal
ion, Mike Battallion, Cass Nichols,
Madison Nichols, Kmil Sundborg, Iucy
Nichols and Al'.a Matten.
There was a good attendance at the
meeting of the Bethel literary last Fri
day niuht. There were visitors present
from Macleay and from Fruitland. Tho
debate was on the ouestion, "Resolved,
(2) (3) To.
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154 154 462
150 167 41)6
160 172 535
109 201 579
809 63 25S9
from Hailley to fcerer and further east
and southeast of Beaumont failed in
hand to hand grenade combats. Strong
er attacks againBt Grnndcourt broke
down under our fire.
"In hard fighting between houses
we wrested from the French tho eastern
part of Saillisel.
"In tne evening tne ura unnovenan
fusileer regiments stormed tenaciously
defended French trenches on the north
edge of St. Pierro Vaast wood, bring
ing in eight officers, 324 men nnd five
A supplementary official statement,
issued this afternoon, said:
"It is officially reported from the
western war theatre this afternoon that
English nttacks continue on both sides
of tho Anere. Those on the south bank
have already , fitted. Near Sailly-Sail-
lisel and Pressoire fighting continues.
Mn Trnnsvlvama progress Is report
ed on the south front."
7C0 815 240S
"An Economical, Delightful, Light Place to Tradt
Extensive Variety of
Gowns, Suits and Coats
In the most wanted colors at this season's lowest
Crepe De Chine
that wages in Bethel and vicinity
should be raised from 13 to 25 per
cent." Speakers, for tho affirmative
told of the high cost of living and of
the prosperity of the farmers. Speak
ers for the negative asserted that farm
hands receive board in addition to
wages. Houd work was discussed and
tho use of motor trucks for gravel haul
ing was referred to. The decision of the
.judges wa:) unanimous for the affirma
tive. After the debate there was a short
program and the program committee an
nounced plans for better progrnms in
future. The debate next time will be
ou the question "Resolved, that wo
man's suffrage should be made a na
tional issue." '
Absentee. ....... 154
Team average, 101.
Salem Alleys. -
Campbell 100 134
Swienink 147 130
Baker 170 113 .ISO
Harrington 168 162 mi
Patton . 173' 170 168
State House News .
In Dobrudin the Ilussinn advunce con
tinues to progress southwards, tho, en
emy retreating and setting fire to vil
lages. Advance in Transylvania.
Petrocrad, Nov. 10. Hussinn forces
advanced in Transylvania, capturing
lortitied beignts soutnenstward ot Told
ves, according to the official statement
Tho forward movement came after
failure of an enemy offensive violently
manifested in rifle and machiuo gun
firo, and was the result of n stubborn
battle. Tho Russians captured 180 pris
oners and three machine guns.
Mrs. Boissevain Has
But Small Chance
Hill . . . .
848 709 795 235!
Drive Germans Out Again.
Paris, Nov. 16. After a violent but
tle. French forces have dislodged the
tiernion forces which yesterday suc
ceeded partly in occupying the village
of Pressoire, according to today s ot
The eomuumiirue confirmed the report
that in yesterday's violent assault the
German utilized three entire divisions
of troops and lost heavily. Their net
udvuntngo was lost when the French re
gained the captured ground limine, the
London, Nov. 16. Tho Bulgarinn of
ficial statement from Sofia today ad
mits a retreat northwards toward -Mou
astir in the face of violent attacks from
the Franco-Serbian troops.
"Throughout the day our Monastir
plain positions were fiercely bombard-
T.ns Angeles, Cnl., Nov. l(i (liven
up as hopeless ns friends and attcud
nnts yesterday following a relapse from
ivlucli it was declared she could not re
cover, Inez Milhollaud itoissoviiiii, not
ed suffrngo lender underwent a fifth
blood trnutusion operation last night
and was reported fighting ugniust al
most hopeless odds today.
.Mrs. Boissevain 's condition was re
ported unchanged from yesterday. Yes
terday word went out thut the noted
women leader was dying until surgeons
admitted today her chances of recovery
were exceedingly slight.
Rock Island Summer
' Resort Is Burned
Oregon City, Ore., Nov. 16. Rock !
land, a popular summer resort in the
Willnmctto river near Milwnukic, If
destroyed today by a fire which swept
it after the Portland Rowing club house
Mrs. II. J. Smith nnd Mrs. ,T. V.
Smith, age S2, were in the club houso
when the bluae started. Their escape
cut off, they ran into the basement hut
found all doors locked. The women
seized a timber and used it as a bat
tering rnm against one of the doors.
Just ns they escaped into the opeu the
roof fell in.
Trees all around the elub house ignit
ed and the flames spread so rapidly th
women barely had time, to get to th
shore and climb into a rowbout before
the whole island was a roaring masg of
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secretary salary, 2400 for stenograph- Ore company forecast a period of pros
perity aneau. luo company nun t,vw.,vv
tnn of or on the surface awaiting
shipment, the demand being reported as
greater tnan ror nnj umc j,rcivunij.
416 STATE STREET . . .
; TEE STORE TOR THE PEOPLE
MAIL oj DEB8 GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
MAH. W un ui W pAT 0N MAIL ORDERS
Governor Withycombe'e budget for
the next bi-ennium included $10,000 for
governor's salary, $6000 for private
1 er and stenograpnic- neip, .uu ior
general and contingent expenses of the
I office. This last sum includes postage,
stationery, etc. The total amount ask
!d is $23,700. This sum is no increase
tor the running'of the offico'over past
j bi-euniums. He will nsk that the spe
cial agent fund of 000 be reduced to
6000, and he will be able to return to
'tho state .$3000 of the $7000 appropri
iated by the 1915 legislature.
The adjudication of the water rights
ion the John Day river were ordered
1 yesterday afternoon at a meeting of the
state water board. Water rights on
iSilver creek in Harney county, and Jor
Idan creek in Malheur county were also
I ordered adjudicated. Extension of time
on about 30 water permits were grant
i ed. Several certificate of water rights
were ordered issued by the state en-
Totals 882 801 836 2519
31, thero is a rush to register and get
numbers ns soon after New Year's as
possible. Registration, accordingly s
open a few weeks before the first of
the year because it is a violation of
the law to use a new number beforo
the year of its issue, the number plates
will not be issued until late in Decem
ber. The first twenty numbers drawn
went to Portland people.
The officials of the Great Northern
Lorena B. Pettys of 1242 Wilbur
street, Portland, received the first mo
tor vehicle license for the year 1917,
at tho drawing held yesterday by sec
retary of state Olcott. The drawing
waa done by H. B. Ooodin, secretary of
the board of control. License numbers
were assigned to all the applications on
file, about 3000 automobile, fifty mo
torcycles, forty dealers, and 75 chauf
feurs. No special numbers were given
this vear. although requests were made
bv individuals for the same numbers
thev had held for several years.
(in account of the fact that all mo
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A Drama of the
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From the book of
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MONDAY - TUESDAY
Nov. 20 and 21
Times Today i
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ONE DAY ONLY
TONIGHT-ONE NIGHT ONLY
America's Sweetest Singer
RICHARD J. JOSE
APPEARING IN PERSON
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AMONG THE GOLD"
A Story of Heart and Home
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