Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 20, 1916, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, NOV. 20, 1916.
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THE INTERNATIONALLY CELEBRATED DANCERS
The World
MAURICE
AND FIOBE WALTON
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"The Quest of Life"
By Edmund Goulding and Gabriel Enthoven.
Though the Stars are Dancers, the picture tells a bis dramatic storv.
g The Famous APACHE DANCE, originated by Maurin is shown in this picture,
ti The Gowns worn by Miss Walton were dftsioned exculsivelv for her hy Ladv
Doff Gordon.
A FAMOUS PLAYERS PRODUCTION ON THE PARAMOUNT PROGRAM
Bring the Children. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY.
Salem's Only Exclusive Photoplay Theatre.
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sians frequently blow themselves up
with their captors.
"Our prisoners wore both guards andj
Saxons. . . I
. "There Were several counter attacks!
after we'd Rotten in the trench mostly
down the' trench, which was perpendic
ular, but ne bombed them out so that
when the red cross flag went up and
down old Canada held Regina fast.
Frits' flag appeared first, but we im
mediately followed, taking the wound
ed up from No Man's Land.
A Sniper Got 411m.
"The snipers now respect the Red
Cross flag pretty well. The Germans
wouldn't at first. A shell occasionally
does mischief, but this is unavoid
able. "Well, about this time, a sniper got
me. I was stunned for several minutes-
Then came the shrapnel. It
caught me in the shoulder and hire I
am." . .
I remarked that his furrowed helmet
would certainly be au heirloom. The
sergeant remarked ho had a still better
one and he fumbled in his pockets. In
the miscellany he drew out there were a
number of objects, including a stick
of a certain well known American
Statements of
. Expenditures. In
Election Filed
CurtiB P. Coe. presidential elector.
prohibition, nil.
8. S. JohnBon, circuit judge, 19th dis
trict, democratic, $39.30. .
John Gill, senator, 13th destrier, republican-democratic-
progressive, nil.
Gus C. Moser, state senator, 13th dis
trict, republican-progressive, nil.
Frank- S. Ward, representative, 1st
district, democratic, $9.45.
Charles T. Sweeney, representative,
7th district, democratic, $37.00. .
B. G. Leedy, representative, 10th dis
trict, democratic, $25.00.
Wm. Schulmerii-h, representative, 15
district, democratic, $27.25.
J. E. Jack, representative, lfith dis
trict, democratic. $01.45.
Maria Ii. , Hidden, representative,
18th district, democratic, nil.
Lionel C. Mttckay, representative, 18
district, republican -progressive, nil.
F. O. Oppenlaiuler. representative,
brand of chewing eum. He fished outllSth district, prohibition, nil.
and examined a watch, bent double-by 1'lowden Stott, representative, 10th
a bullet and remarked with a twinkle 'district, republican-progressive. $$22.50
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'I'm Irish
The last I saw of the sergeant was
when he was in an officers' motor one
of the officers having given up his
sent to stand on the running board so
that the non-com could ride in a seat.
Castle chapeL United Brethren Chris.
tiau Endeavor society, is planning for ic-progressive,
a gnla nay November Sis. " v U. 1.
Deever and wife, of Davton, Ohio, gen-
D. M. Cartmill, representative, 20th
district, republican, $37.45.
Charles M. Crandnll, representative,
27th district, republican, $11.01).
Mrs. Alexander Thompson, represen
tative, 29th district, democratic, $95.70.
(ilenii H. Metsker, district attorney.
Columbia countv, republican-democrat-
$93.25,
Walter H. Kvans, district, Multno
mah countv, republienndeinocruUc-pio-
in Prices
Canadian Sergeant Tells
of Storming Regina French
Br William Philip gimms. -((United
Press staff correspondent.)
(Copyright 1910 by the United Tress.)
Copyrighted at the Department of Ag
riculture, Ottawa, Canada.)
With the Canadian Forces on the
Kuame, Nov. 20. This is the story of
ousted the Germans from their stretch
of trench.
Mud from the toes of his hip boots
to his very eyes, and with a streak of
blood on one side of his face, the ser
geant nevertheless made light of his
wounds. He smiled as he responded to
.tnrminfr nf Reeinn trench as told ! quostions.
hf m sergeant in a Canadian infantry " 'Twas a good, fair scrap and the
refitment who was one of the stormers. best man won," he explained, speaking
With a slight scalp wound from a snip- with a typical Irish-American sccent in
m's bullet, which had torn a hug holeUcrladen with American slang,
in the steel helmet which ho was still "We got the tip Friday night that
wearing, and another wound in his something would be doing about uiid
fhoulder from a shrapnel bullet, he was; night.' Everybody was tickled because
"evacuating" himself to a dressing we'd been hankering to get at that Ke-
Ktaliou when I encountered him. It was gina trencn ior tne past
on the morning after the Canadians had
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BURNS, CUTS
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Dennis Eucalyptus Ointment
AT ALL DRUO STORES
TUBCS ZSO JAR8 60C
wo weeks.
Barrage Fire Effective.
' "Our artillery hit it up hotter and
hotter and we could see by the brilliant
moonlight that it was doing big damage
to Fritz in tbe trenches a few Hundred
too fast and getting under our own
shell fire- Also it was pretty hard to
keep the waves of men straight on ac
count of the craters and shell holes of
various depths of mud.
"But when we got within 50 yards,
of Regina trench we formed a pretty j
straight line. About this time the Ger
mans started their barrage fire, too
but they did little damage, the fire
mostly going over our beads. As soon as '
our barrage lifted off Rcginn to a poiut j
50 yards back, we stormed through.
"The bosehes scrapped pretty well.
It seemed strange that anybody could
have been left alive after all the shell
ing they'd had, but they bobbed out
of dugouts like rabbits and we had to
use our bayonets.
Wag Over Quickly. I
"We cleaned out our trenches in a
very few seconds, taking prisoners.
Three in one section were inclined to
be troublesome. We told 'em they'd
better attend to their knitting and be
quiet or else we'd be obliged to finish
'em. Two behaved. But one kept jump
ing about in the shadows thrown by
the full moon, evidently looking for
something. We repented our order to
stop. He didn'jt obey. Well only two
or.,1 oorntnTV nf tlio ITnito Profhr.n grCSSUC, .).U.),
Christian Endeavor societies. nccora-1 alter L. Tooze,
pnnied by Rev. H. B. Dorks, branch
president of Oregon conference, United
Brethren C. E. work, and Rev. G. E.
U "McDonald, conference superintendent,
will conuuet a t-nrisiinn r.mtenvor in
stitute at tho church on the above dnte
holding afternoon and evening sessions.
A cordial invitation is extended to the
general public to lit tend these services.
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J. STUART BLACKTON
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artillery formed n barrage fire 60 yards
I in front of us and our first wave went
over the parapet of our trenches like a
machine. .
"Not a son hobbled. My hardest ,lob
was keeping my men rrom auvuncing
in that cornel of tho trench, for we re
membered a fortnight ago a German of
ficer, who after surrendering suddeuly
threw a hand grauade on our own of
ficers, blowing the face off one and in
flicting wounds of which he died. Prus-
MUSTEROLE QUICK
DELIEFIJO BLISTER!
It Soothes and .Relieves Like a
Mustard Plaster Without
- the Burn or Sting
Musterole is a clean, white ointment,
made with the oil of mustard. It does all
the work of the old-fashioned mustard
plaster does it better and does not blis
ter. You do not have to bother with a
cloth. Yon' simply rub it on and usually
the pain is gone I
Many doctors and nurses use Muster
ole and recommend it to their patients.
They will gladly tell you what relief it
gives from sore throat, bronchitis, croup,
stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion,
pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains
and aches of the back or joints, sprains,
sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted
feet, colds of the chest (it often pre
vents pneumonia).
, 25c and 50c jars; hospital size $2.50.
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How About THES
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Dinner Set
Portieres
Regular $16.50 Leather Portieres
Now $4.84
RUGS
Regular $4.00 27x54 in. Khorra
san Axminister Rug . . $1-98
$2.25 Washable Bath Rug. .$1-09
. $2.25 Wilton Velvet Rug $1.8
It is just the right time
to cret a good warm
rug for that living or
bed room buy it now
Hugro Vacuum
CLEANER
Regular $7.50 Value
$4.9. '8
42-piece Derwood China Dinner
Set . Regular $8.50,
Now $4.99
Draperies
Regular 45c Cretonnes, yard 28c
30c Cretonnes, yard ., 19c
Reg. $1.25 Scotch Madras, yd 49c
Reg. 25c Curtain Net, yard 14c
Reg. $1.75 Tapestry, yard . ,98c
Reg. $2.25 Tapestry, yard $1.46
Be sure to see these
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Do your Christmas
Shopping early as
the stocks are all
complete and sel
ection is easier.
Save money now
by purchasing the
piece of furniture
you have always
wanted it's here
district attorney,
Polk county, floH.im. ,
"W. A. Bell, district nttorney, Wasco
county, republican, $42.70.
V. Mason, secretary of independent
retailers association of 1'ortland, Ore
gon, in support of bill to repeal section
2125 of Lord's Oregon Laws, known
as hunriay closing law, !f22U.7.).
A. S. Uenson, opposing- state wide tax
and indebtedness limitation amendment
and full rental value land tax and home
makers loan fund amendment, and fav
oring repeal of Sunday closing law, to
Multnomah countv republican central
committee and republican stato commit
tee, $1,341.85.
I A. L. Voazie, opposing full rental land
itax and home makers loan fund amend
ment, 19.00.
- John i Wilson, trrtisurcr of the re
publican club of Oregon, in behalf of
republican party of Oregon, $195.01.
('. T. Haas, secretary of equal rights
to homo industry committee, favoring
prohibition amendment permitting man
ufacture and regulated salo four per
cent malt liquors, ballot Xos. Ill 4-3 15,
$7,902.4(1.
Levi T. Pennington, presidential elec
tor, prohibition, nil.
John II. Btevenson, presidential elec
tor, uemocratic, :j;..(u.
I . J. Bright, justice of the supreme
court, prohibition, $12.50.
A. U. Kcmpel, dairy and tood com
missioner, prohibition, nil.
D. V. Kuykendnll, circuit judge. 13th
district, republican, $243.70.
W. D. Wood, state senator, lltn dis
trict. reimblM'ttii-iirogressivc, $33.40.
Jretlerick v. llolmnn, senator iJin
listrict. democratic. $20.00.
F. G. Franklin, representative, 2nd
district, prohibition, nil.
1 rank H. iienonor, representative
lith district, democratic, $40.30.
Geo. Jr. Alexander, representative,!
ISth district, democratic, nil
Georgia Hallcy, representative, ISth
district, socialist, nil.
Stephen A. Matthieii, representative,
ISth district, republican, nil.
C. G. Schneider, representative, 18th
district, democratic, $22.75.
11. arniholz, representative, 2otn
district, socinhst, $2.00.
t, O. -rortwood. representative, smti
district, republican, $5.75.
Gilbert L. Uodues, district attorney,
Clnckamas county, democratic. $125.32.
William M. Stone district attorney,
Clackamas county, republican-progressive,
$128.75.
Newton W. Uurdeii, district attorney,
Jackson countv, democratic, $M.I8.
1". W. Mulkey, for succcus of republi
can ticket, ifiuu.iui.
Victor J. Met one, trensurer of the
socialist party of Oregon, $X(U8.
F. G. Stickels, treasurer of the
Hughes club of Kugene, $201.75.
V. P. Hitter, secretary-treasurer of
Joint local executive board of brewery
workmen of Portland, favoring prohibi
tion amendment "permitting manufac
ture and regitlntefisii;e four per cent
mult liquors," l,Hti7.70.
flen W. Olcott, secretary of state,
repiiblican-deniocra tic-progressive, nil.
II. II. DeArmond, district nttorney,
crook county, republican, $Sti.W5.
M. K. Hrink, circuit judge, ISth judi
cial district, republican, $73.40.
John A. Jeffrey, 'congressman, 3d
district, democratic, $11.00.
IF. I. Webber, representative, 15th
district, sociulist, nil.
C. V. Sherwood, representative, 1st
district, socialist, .02.
8. M. Huston, senator, 13th district,
republican, $56.75.
George II.. Bishop, district attorney,
1'umtilla county, democratic, $100.20.
J. A. Kggleson, representative, 24th
district, democratic, $72.22.
Alnjah Fairchild, district attorney,
Wallowa county, republican, $7.02.
( has. Albert Small, representative,
25th district, republican-progressive,
$99.99.
Fred 1. Ilaistem, support of candida
cy of ( has. Albert Small. $111.40.
Turner Oliver, supremo judge, demo
cratic, .02.
Bernard Daly, circuit jud;ze, 14th dis
trict, democratic. $91.05.
August Nikula, presidential elector,
socialist, nil.
Frank W. Johnson, presidential elec
tor. socialist, nil.
C. E. Hawkins, district attorney,
I.im-nlii countv. republican. $.I0.)0.
.1. D. Woodell. representative, 25th
district, democratic, $39.75.
M. A. Bigg, district attorney, Har
nev countv. democratic. $104.54.
W. K. Smith seuator, 13th district,
Hncinlist.' nil.
O. W. Allen, circuit judge 4th judicial
district, dept. -No. I, democratic, $7 1.7a.
Krnest William Hans, representative
13th" district, democratic, $44.oH.
Kdwnnl I'iasecki, district -attorney
Polk countv, democratic, $98.75.
John F. JIoll, district attorney Coos
county, democratic, $85.35. ,
A.C. Hough, senator 7th district, dem
ocratic. $ii9.70.
f. W. Hamilton, circuit judge, 2nd
judicial district, democratic-progressive.
$374.95.
Crook county prohibition committee,
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by James Oliver Curwood
"GOD'S COUNTRY AND THE
WOMAN" special Vitagraph Blue
Ribbon feature, from the book , of
James Oliver Curwood, is a story of
the Canadian Northwest, of the woman
who loves and of the men who live wild
and shoot true. The feature of this
picture is the famous Siberian dog
teams. It is a picture of the big snows
wonderfully filmed, with an excellent
cast headed by William Duncan, George
Holt and Nell Shipman, and directed by
the masterly producer, Rollin S.
Sturgeon.
A Drama of the Northwest in Eight Parts
TODAY
and
TOMORROW
BRING THE CHILDREN
Bargain Matinee 10c Evening 25c
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chairman, $19.55.
count v iirohihition
t'iiaudlcr, sci
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central
yticns-
I.. T). Wiest
Vamliill
commit tee, A
urer. $110.70.
Anti bine Ihw league, John A. Walter
liens., $1714.75.
Portland realty board, Paul A. Cow
gill, trens., of committee, $2941.49.
W. K. Ilasslcr, in support of cundidit
cy of Geo, O. Itrowncll, representative i
liith district, $.H.I0. I
A. J. Hill, $20.00.
Brunswick, lialkc, Collnnder Co., fav
oring repcul of Hunilay closing luw,
$100.00.
.T. K. Dunne, favoring repeal of Sun
day closing Inw, $00.00.
Iluzclwood company, favoring repeal
of Hmiday closing law, $50.00.
Dun Kcllalicr, favoring repeal of Hun
day closing Inw, $315.00.
Ken A. Bellamy, favoring repeal of
Sunday closing low, $00.00.
G. V. Weathcrly, fiivoring repeal of
Sunday closing law, $50.00.
Oregon Billiard ass'n, favoring re
peal of Sunday closing law, $74.75.
Woodrow Wilson club of Itosching,
$122.00.
I,ora C. Little, favoring anti conipul-
of
sory vaccination luw $1415.55.
l-.d Fortune, tiiviiring candnlncy
Wuodiow Wilson, $99.25.
I'll i n ii dry committee, II. Lee, Paget
treasurer, $2010.25.
Kep'.ihlicnu congressional coinm'ittce
1st district, Honuld C Glover, sciy
trcas.. $730.74.
(I, M, Corkins, district atlnrney Wal
lowa county, democratic, $s;).77.
Itcnton Bowman, representative 15th
district, republican, $30.70.
It. I. Keator district attorney 1'inutil
I it county, democratic, $175.95.
Hoy W. Ititner, representative 23d
district, republican, $99.85.
Mrs. W. A. Chapmuii, representative
1st district, democratic, nil.
Xorinal campaign fund S. A. Barnes
treasurer, $707.71.
Oregon state republican central com
mittee, David M. Dunne, tre.au $11,
99S.5I. '
Judge John S. Coke of the circuit
court decided that the Sunday closing
ordinance of Kugene prohibiting tlie
atres from operating on (Sunday is not
in contravention of the state Sunday
law.
SAVE HONEY
Holidays will be here and that means extra expense.
Save money on ev ery order of
Groceries that You Buy. We Sell at Wholesale Prices.
Ask your neighbors about our new Store.
J. L. Busick & Son
TWO STORES
118 South Commercial 25)9 North Commercial