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THE OAIL. CAPITAL JOURNAL. r'AT.RM. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1916.
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Make Thrift a Household Word
Teach the children to be thrifty. Habits
formed in childhood are not apt to change
in after years. The key opening Joox of
ShinoiA with more than fifty shines and a
ShinoiA HOME SET.
for polishing is' an outfit
unequalled for economy
BLACK TAN WHITE.
At U dealers Tales no substitute.
SHINE WITH SrtWOlA AND SAVE mtfj HOMI SET
"A ttempt of Republicans
Official to Hold Up Vote
of California on Quibble
Sacramento, Cal., Nov. 22. Secretary tics of the state.'
of State Jordan sprung a, sensation i "In Mnrysville precinct number i,
nit thn twelve democratic electors aro credit-
because presidential election returns as:cd with 9b votes each, but the votes
received by his olfico arc incomplete ; received by Loren A. Handley, demo
in at least two precincts of the state j erotic elector, have not been credited
To Be Given m rortland
University of Oregon; Eugene, Nov.
22. Thirteen hundred and fifty mea
and women will be invited to a mon
ster at home to be given, by the' ex
tension division of the University of
Oregon in Portland, November 25, in
co-operation with the Central library
staff and with alumni. Every one of
those invSted will be a student of the
Th 1,350 all live in Portland, and
they are the students of the extension
classes and the correspondence-study
department in Portland alone. Last
vear there were only 600 of them. The
sudden growth has been so great that
the university has been put to it to
meet the demand.
Having 20 Portland classes in oper
ation, Borne meeting weekly, others
every second week, and having an en
rollment in each of from 25 to 230,
the extension division decided to try
to eet the members acquainted with
Lone another and with the significance
of the extension movement.
Hence the novel party, which will
be given in the big north gallery of
the Central library, and will be in
formal. North gallery holds 1,000 per
, mnv "ilMMII it his dntv to witnliom
certificates of election to presidential
electors from California pending action
by the courts."
. Jordan 's statement follows:
"Under -the provisions of section
1313 of the political code it 's the
duty of the secretary of state to com
pare and estimate the votes given lor
electors. Such comparison and estimate
is to be made 'as soon as the returns
have been received from all the coun-
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n the Latest society
II , SteDS in
j THE QUEST OF LIFE jj
U "Though the stars are
dancers the picture
tells a big dramatic
Today and Tomorrow
' Bring the Children
Salem's Only Exclus
Matinee and Evening
No Raise in Prices
because the election clerks failed to in
elude the vote in their totals to super
visors, the suoervisors coma not ascer
tain such vote and therefore the coun
ty clerk was unable to include it in
the returns to this office. The returns
from this county are incomplete.
"In the eountv of Orange a more
trlii rini? ease of disfranchisement iB pre
sentcd. All the voters of Orangethorpc
nrpcinef have been denied an expression
of their wishes as indicated by their
votes. Because the tnllv lists are in tne
sealed envelopes containing the ballots
tlio board 01 supervisors coum nut un
certain the vote in that precinct and
the returns certified to this office-arc
not complete, because of such omission.
"If these mistakes are not corrected
u these partial returns are to be ac
cepted, if the will of the voters of,
these precincts is to bo disregarded,
even the vote of one elector why cau
not other mistakes -be permitted to oc
cur in other counties and precincts and
thus tile will of the voters be thwart
ed and confusion result f
"It is the duty of the republican and
democratic stnto central committees to
take immediato steps to have these mis
takes corrected, even If the aid of the
onnrti must, be invoked: otherwise, the
secretnry of stato, may deem it his
duty to withhold certificates of dec-
Rub Pain From Back With
Small Trial Bottle of Old
"St. Jacob's Oil"
Back hurt yout Can't straighten
up without feeling sudden pains, sharp
aches and twingesf Now listen!
That's lumbago, sciatica or maybe
from a strain, and you'll get relief the
moment you rube your back with sootn
ing, penetrating "St. John's Oil."
Nothing else takes out soreness, lame
ness and stitfness so quicKiy. xou
simply rub it on your back and out
comes the pain. It is harmless and
doesn't burn the- skin.
Limber up! Don't suffer! Get a
small trinl bottlo of old, honest "St.
Jacobs Oil-" from any drug store, and
after using it just once, you'll forget
that you ever had backache, lumbago
or sciatica, becauso your bacic win
never hurt or cause any more misery.
It never disappoints and has been rec
ommended for U0 years.
Puget Sound Yard
Base of Reserve Fleet
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 22. Official an-
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t nn of presidential electors trom v ai- . . , ,
ifornia n order than an evil precedent "T"
may nut uc coiu.i.'v.
TEY THIS IF YOTJ
There is one sure way that never
fails to remove dandruff completely
and that is to dissolve it. This de
stroys it entirely. To do this get a
bout four ounces of plain, ordinary
liquid arvon; apply it at night when
retiring; use enough to moisten the
scalp and rub it in gently with the fin
Rv morning, most it not all, of your
dnndruff will be aone. and three or
four more applications will completely
dissolve and entirely destroy every
single sign and trace of it, no matter
how much dandruff you may have
You will find, too, that all itching
and digging ot the scalp will stop in-.tnnthr-
and vour hair will be fluffy,
lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and
look anil feel a hundred times better.
xou can get liquid arvon at any
drug store. It ia inexpensive, and four
ounces is all you will need. This simple
remedy has never been known to fail.
ic base ot
today . by Captain Robert E. Coontz,
commandant of the yard, after receipt
of orders direct from the navy depart
ment at Washington. D.
Present headquarters of the Pacific
reserve fleet is at the Mare Island
The orders received from the navy
delinrtment that all ships of the re
serve fleet proceed at once to the Pu
get Sound yard and taKe up tneir eta
tion there in rendiness for activo ser
vice. All ships now being repaired at
their home yards arc directed to pro
ceed to the Puget Sound yard as soon
as rctiairs are completed' and remain
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
and NELL SHIPMAN
in Tires of Conscience'
Biy Wm. Fo Feature
and Every Evening '
Salem's Only Exclusive Photoplay House
Ssnday and Monday
: YE LIBERTY THEATRE
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LAST TIMES TODAY
THE CRIP OF EVH?
. THE SECRET
OF THE SUBMARINE
Thursday, FrL, Sat
The old familiar fav
orite, in a beautiful
screen version of the
By Henry Edwards
values to $20.00
values to $17.50
Men's High Top
Men's Dress and
95c, $1.45 and
values to $8.50
TRY SALEM FIRST
mALmiu eoMMmmciAL GLvm
A very superior Towel 18x36
inches, our regular 10c value,
but according to present whole-
sale prices should be a 14c
FOR SATURDAY .
7 c Each
or 3 for 20c
This is way below wholesale
cost. Only three to acustomer
Only 25 Dozen
Will be put on sale. '
Sale Commences at 10 A. M.
Find 1,008 Bottles of Whis
key dipped in Cases
Get at the Real Cause Take Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap
ules will brine new life and quickly
relieve that stopped-up congested feel-
ins. They will thoroughly cleanse and
waBh out the kidneys and bladder and
gently carry off the ill effects of ex
cesses of all kinds. The healing, sooth
ins oil soaks ria'it into the walls and
lining of the kidneys and expels the!
poisons in your system. Keep your Kia-
neys in eood shape by. daily use of
GOLD MEDAL liaarlem Oil Cnpsules
and you will. have good-health. Go to
your druggist at once and secure a
package 01 this time honored, world
wide remedy. It 1b not a "patent
medicine." It is passed npon by U.
8. government chemists and declared
pure before coming into this country.
GOLD MEDAL la the pure, original
Haarlem Oil, imported direet from the
ancient laboratories in Holland where
it ia the National Household Remedy
of the sturdy Dute'd. Look for the
name GOLD MEDAL on every box.
Accept no substitute. Tour druggist
trill gladly refund your money if not
SUBMARINE SXNKS WAS EHXP
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 22. Federal of
ficers today were investigating the il
legal smuggling of 1.008 bottles of
whiskey shipped into Seattle from San
Francisco in boxes marked beer.
Permits calling for b"eer shipments
and issued in the regulnr manner were
attacned to the individual boxes, ac
cording to law. Hut each consignee,
when questioned by tho authorities de
clared they had not ordered the liquor.
Drv squad officers who discovered
the shipment while checking over the
liquor brought hero aboard tho steam
ship Governor which arrived Tuesday,
believed the shipment wus engineered
by one of the boot legging syndicate-
Labels indicated the .shipment was
from the California Ktute Wine com
pun" of San Francisco.
Drv sauud raiders later went to a
Tost street warehouse and seized
more cartons marked beer.
That's what thousands of stomach
sufferers are doing now. Instead of
taking tonics, or trying to patch up a
poor digestion, they are attacking the
real cause of the ailment clogged liver
and disordered bowels.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets arouse
the liver in a soothing, healing way.
When the 'liver and bowels are per
forming their natural functions, away
goes indigestion and stomach troubles.
If you have a had taste in your
mouth, tongue coated, appetite poor,
lazy, don't-care feeling, no ambition or
energy, troubled with undigested foods,
you should take Olive Tablets, lh sub
stitute f;r calomel.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
purely vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil. You will know them by their
olive color. They do the work without
eriping, cramps or pain. -
lake one or two at bedtime for quick
relief, so you can cat what you like.
At 10c and 25c per box. All druggists.
Berlin, via wireleBS to Bayville, L. I.,
Nov. 22. A German submarine sank
l French warship, apparently of the
Arc or Rape type In the British chan
nel on November' 14, the admiralty an
"The submarine sank besides six
hostile merchantmen and the Norwe
gian steamer Ullvany, carrying- war
material for the French government,"
the announcement said, .
Journal Want ada will sell it.
WHEAT FROM ARGENTINE
flalveston, Texas, Nov. 2:2. The Am
erican sreniner AiisnOle nrnviM Here
this afternoon from Iteunos Aires, with
1SO,000 bushels of Argentine wheat
nlmard. Captain Knipers reported sev
eral other steamers there loading wheat
for American ports.
7b Overcome Eczema
Never "mind how often you have tried
and failed, you can stop burning, itching
ecxema quickly by applying a little zemo
furnished by any druRgist for 25c Ex
tra large bottle, $1.00. Healing begins
the moment zemo is applied. In a snort
time usually every trace of eczema, tet
ter, pimples, rash, black heads and sim
ilar skin diseases will be remored.
For clearing the skin and making h
vigorously healthy, always use zemo, the
penetrating, antiseptic liquid. It is not
greasy aalve and it does not stain. When
others fail It is the one dependable treat
ment for skin troubles of all kinds.
Th E. Vt. hoM Co., Cleveland. O.
Opened a Keg of Nails
Seattle, Wash., JSov. 22. The old
wheeze, "Stick around and we'll open
a keg of nails" was circulated among
dry squad offiders searching for
smuggled liquor on the waterfront to
day. They drove axeti Into the heads
of 18 kegs marked "spikes". Each
keg contained naals which covered
covered smaller kegs containing whis
Brewster Valley Man
Won Ranch Because
of Wilson's Election
. .Tames Laird, a well known resident
of Brewster Valley, was one of the
men who profited financially by tho
re-election of Woodrow Wilson as
president of the United States. In an
interview with a newspaper man at
Marshfield, Saturday, Mr. Laird said
ho bet his automobile truck against a
30-acre ranch that President Wilson
would be re-elected. He said a neigh
bor woman was a very ardent supporter
of Mr. Hughes and insisted that her
husband make the wager. Mr. Laird
said the eouple with whom he made the
bet were in modest eircumstances, and
consequently he did not intend to en
force its collection . -Rosehurg Beview.
Postal receipts at the Portland post
office for the first 10 days of November
how an increase or aj,i:uK.i: as com
pared with the similar period of 1915.
Bonds in the sum of 1 .500,000 were
authorized by a vote of SO for and 8
against the proposition oy tne lana own'
ert of the Oehoco irrigation district.
Thn Villi of the steam schooner Wa
hakeena was launched at Astoria last
week and another member waa added
to the Columbia river's ocean going
Medicine Which Made Sur
geon's Work Unnecessary.
Astoria, N. Y. " For two years I
waa feeling ill and took all kinds of
tonics, l waa get-
ing worso every day.
X had clnlls, my head
would ache. I was
always tired. I could
not walk straight
because of the pain
in my back and I had
pains in my stom
ach. I went to a
doctor and he said I
must go under an
operationbut J did
not eo. I read in
the saner about
Lydia fc. rinknam a vegetable com
pound and told my husband about it I
said ' I know nothing will help me but I
will try this.' I found myself improv
ing from the very first bottle, and in two
weeks time I waa abla to sit down and
eat a hearty breakfast with my hus
band, which I had notdone for two years.
I am now in the best of health and
did not have the operation." Mrs.
John A. Koenig, 502 Flushing Avenue,
Astoria. N. Y.
Every one dreads the surgeon's knife
and the operating table. Sometimes
nothing else will do ; but many times
doctors say they are necessary when
they are not Letter after letter comes
to the Pinkham Laboratory, telling how
operations were advised and were not
performed : or.if perform d,did no good,
but Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com
poundwaa used and good health followed.
If you wmt advice write to
Lydia K. Pinkham Medicine .Co,
(coniidentlaiv L.yau, waw.
NOT ACT THIS YEAR
Appealed Eight Hour Day Suit
May Not Be Reached
Before New Year
Washington, Nov. 22. There was
growing doubt lieie this afternoon that
the I luted States supreme court will
be ablo to render a decision on the
Adnmson eight hour law before eai'iy
in January, unless the ponderous ma
chinery of the highest triliiinnl Is speed
ed to a rale that would sot a iiicec-
The unvciniiient will be unable foi-
iimlly to submit its appeal beforo De
cember when the court reconvenes
after a two weeks recess. Papers in
the case, however, may Jio filed as soon
tne reeonis are rriinserinea aim
brought here from rtnnsns City. This
is expected to take fouf or five days.
ruder the recular routine the su
preme court will convene December 1
lor a session until December si when
recess will be tnken over tho Christmas
Imlidiivs. On the calendar for the three
weeks session are a number of big
ases. To set. the Adumwon case for
ward would mean u complete readjust
ment of the slowly moving judicial
routine. Kven then it would rush the
ourt beyond any previous instance for
the justices to hear what is expected to
be unusually long nrtuments and corni
er arguments and then deliberate and
have their decision written before De
cember 22. The recess. is to lust until
.Fnnimry S provided the whole routine
planned is not rearranged.
The white house heard of Judu
Hook's ruling without comment. At
taches of tho executive offices and of
ficials of the department of justice
whilo obviously surprised at the decis
ion, declared the question "of eourrfii
remains to he finally settled in tho
United States supreme court."
It was suirl ut I he whito house tlmt
no statement or announcement of any
kind cnulfl be expei'tod.
LITTLE LIAR H
Your business may be going along nicely
today, but there are days ahead when an
accident policy tucked away in your safe
would make you feel much more comfort
able. A dollar spent in advertising the
service you render, your reasons why you
ask for patronage, and anything that will
individualize your proposition, will go
further than ten times the amount spent
to crowd your establishment with bargain