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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY, NOV. 24, 1916,
EXPERT DOPE ON BIG
TOBE VOTED ON DEC. 4
1 1 -
For the first time since we put in a stock of Shoes we are going to give you,
for a fewdays only, a chance to buy your shoes at prices lower than we can
buy today. We will not reserve anything. Sale will include "Unlocked Pro
cess Shpes," the Shoe that cures your bunions, callouses and arch troubles.
- We carry two well known brands J. TILT, the Shoe that will outwear any
other shoe at any price, and KEITH KONQUEROR, the Shoes that wear,
fit and satisfy.
If you can beat these prices and ;
our Shoes GO TO IT
These are our prices: -
. SHOES for
RE MEMBER, YOU DO NOT BUY JUNK, BUT STANDARD MAKE OF
CAN YOU BEAT OUR SHOE REPAIRING? All our customers say "No."
A. J. Paris Shoe Shop
- ' 379 STATE.STREET, OPP. THE SPA
$4.95 E Ja 1
Power of City and Gye Pre
ference to Local Labor
In the city election, pamphlets now
being sent to the voter IWrthe elec
tion on December 4 are the two meas
ures printed in ull. The first concerns
Would limit Contracting iBIue and Crimson ' Evenly
Matched Army Picked
Br R. O. Hamilton '.v
(United l'ress staff correspondent )
New York, Nov. 24. Judging from
the limiting of. the contracting power Post, performance the faet that Percy
of the city, regulation of -the planting Haughton is the Harvard coach and
of trees and other vegetation in tho that Yale threatens to turn after be-
Go Home Turkey Day
Thanksgiving, Novi 30th
- Low Round Trip Fares
, GETSJETTER JOB
David Bruce To Have Charge
of Physical Work in
Dnvld K. Itruco. physical director of
the Washington junior li i K ' achool sent
in his resignation to the school board
i.f directors as he has been offered a
insition as director of physical educa
tion in the higher nnrmnl college of
routing-l" u, ( hum. I ins school is
bout 1(10 miles from Peking..
Mr. Hnice iVns offered n two year
contract and n salary double the am
ciiint paid for his work here. According
In the custom ot tenciiers- resignations
(he school board will bo obliged to lie
cept it within 110 days.
Mr. Itriice is a graduate of Hoed col
Icl'h of Portland. He was married about
a ear ngo-to Dorothy Walton id 1'on
(Continued from page one.)
supplemental to the resolution already
mloptcd criticising Socrettiry Hukcr for
nroeing to furnish military instructors
to all schools that desire tliom.
Adoption of resolution followed sev
eral heated speeches nil favoring (he
"'hie motto of the profiteers," shout-
MAYH'S Wonderful Eemetry.
Dose Will Convince You.
TEA TOJARKEN HAIR
She Made Up a Mixture of
Sage Tea and Sulphur to
Bring Back Color, Gloss
Commou ga.dcn sago brewed into
heavy ten with sulphur added, will!
turn gray streaked and faded hair benu-j
t: f til ly dark nnd luxuriant, .lust a lew
applications will prove n revelation if
your hair is fading, gtrcaked or gray
Mixing the Huge Ten nnd Sulphur rec
ipe nt home, though, is troublesome. An
easier way is to get a CO cent bottle
of Wyoth's Bilge and Sulphur Com
pound nt nay drug store all ready for
use. This is the old time recipe Im
proved by the addition of other ingre
dients. While wispy, gray, faded hair is not
sinful, we all desire to retain our youth
ful appearance and attractiveness, lly
dnrkening your hair with Wyoth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound, no one cuu tell,
because it does it so nnturnlly, so ev
enly. You just dampen a sponge or soft
brush with it and draw this through
your hair, taking one small strand at
it time; by morning all gray hairs have
disappeared, and, after another appli
cation or two, your hair becomes beau
tifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant.
This preparation is a delightful toi
let requisite and is not intended for
the ,care, mitigalioii or prevention of
The Ladies Aid society of Hayesville
gave a most delightful entertainment
last Wednesday evening nt the charm
ing country home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ii.
J. Teel, the occasion being tho nnnual
reception of the society.
An innovation which proved to be a
wise departure from former years was
the presence of the husbands of the
members. There wore nearly 00 people
iu attendance nnd n short program
was given consisting of recitations and
dialogues. After which n boiinteoui
feast of good things to eat, the excel
lence of which was widely proclaimed
by the interested parties. After lunch
appropriate games were indulged in mi
ni a into nour.
city, and giving- preference to local la
. Tho section containing the amend
ment to the charter is a follows:
"Section 24. Any contract entored
into for or on behalf of the City ol
Salem for a period of longer than "five
(5) years, shull be null and void from
the date of such contract. In the exe
cution of any, contract for public work
oy me ci:y, or by any contractor, con
tracting firm, or corporation, prefer
ence shall bo given in the employment
of labor, to citizen of the f'uited
St.ites who lire bona fido residents ol
"The common council shall have the
lower to prohibit, regulate and control
the planting, trimming, growing, use,
preservation nnd maintenance of nil
shade and ornamental trees, shrubs
plants mid flowers in tho streets, alloy
and public ways. The common council
shall have power to provide by ordi
nance lor the removal ol weeds nnd
all lank vegetation growing upon va
cant lots mid in the streets and public
places of the city, and to make the ex
pense of such removal a lien upon the
property upon which such weeds nnd
vegetation muy be, or upon the prop
erly abutting upon the streets upon
which such weeds and rank vegeta
tion may be found; provided, that ten
(10) days notice is tirst given the in
terested property owners."
Another Proposed Change
The second charter amendment sub
mitted gives llic council power to pro-
vide by ordinance for the collection of
liens upon property that now is or may
hereafter become delinquent. The text
of the amendment is us follows:
"Section .15.' A sum of money as
sessed upon property under the author
ity of the churtcr nnd ; ordinances of
the Citv of Suiein, cni not be collected
until by order of the council tcu (10)
duys notice thereof is given by the re
corder by personal service upon the
propeny owner, or if personnl service
cannot be had within tho City of Sn-J
lorn, the notice may be served by pub
lication thereof for ten (10) dnvs in
dailv newspaper .published in the
ing the under 4pz since 1911. it ap
pear today from a casual glance that
at. New i Haven tomorrow about 75,000
persons wirl see one of the hardest
fought football games ever played be
tween the Blue and Crimson.
Also, jiufging from the power of the
Army backfield comparative record,
and the fact that the Army has held
he upper hand for several years, it
looks as though patrons of service bat
tles at the Polo tlrounds are going to
see the Army mule once more victor.
But no matter which way the tide
runs and no matter how much of the
old dope is kicked off the football
fields, there is one portion of the well
known advance news that cannot be
stifled. Tomorrow will be. u record
breaker in the way of crowds at foot
It doesn't make much difference
what kind of weather is ground out for
the fray. At New linden at least 7.),-'
000 persons are expected to be on hand
More than 77,000 tickets -have actually
been sold. At the1 I'olo (iroimds up
wiirrtrof 40, 00 will pack anil jinn them
selves in to watch the Army-Navy fray
This brings a grand total of about 115,
000 persons who will watch forty four
men maul each other.
Navy's team reached NewYork ear
ly and 'immediately went to tho Hilt
more hotel which will be headquarters
for Coach Ingram's huskies. They will
take their final workoilt this afternoon
lit the l'olo U rounds.
Harvard's team left Cambridge' and
the men now are in Xew'Tjondou, where
they will May until tomorrow.
Eastern Team Will Not Play
Herkelc-v, Cal., Nov. 21. The t'ni-"
. between all stations in ' ; '
on Southern Pacific Lines, v .
f On Sale Nov. 29th and 30th. . r
; Return Limit Dec 4th. .
.v ;-'. ?.";.',. . Also .':-'' ."'
15-Day Round Trip Tickets
at reduced rates to all stations in
, CALIFORNIA .,
k on Southern Pacific Lines
Salem to San Francisco : . .$26.70
' Salem to Los Angeles $42.30
Proportionate rates to other stations in California
On Sale-Nov. 26th, 27th and 28th
Ask local agent for detailed information or write
JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passenger Agt,
Portland, Oregon .
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
the University of California.
Tho threatened strike over the sus
pension of William lirimm, tackle,
from athletics, has been settled satis
fnctoriy, with all but one varsity mini
agreeing to play, nnd practice for the
Thanksgiving day game with the Hears
has been resumed.
Dobio lias more reason than ever to
bo gloomy this year, for the one man
refusing so far to resume practice is
Krnest Murphy whose work as half
back has been effective all season, es-
versity ot Californiu athletic di rectors t peiyally against 1 (.'nil i lorn in) 's line.
today abandoned plans to have nn east-'
era university football team play the
California squad here. This followed a
letter to Head Coach Andy Smith from
(he institution where he starred in I
football Pennsylvania stating that I
the team will play no other game ex-i
cept its New lears day game with the
I'niversity of Oregon when it comes to
the coast. There was hope that a game
(rimm s loss will be seriously iW', too
of nbility lie was remarkably clever nt
recovering fumbles and nailing oppos
ing backs behind their line.
ity of Salem, aad a copy of such no-'with Pennsylvania could be played here
TO PROBE ELECTION FRAUDS
( iliciunati, Ohio, Nov. 21. A special
leuerni grand jury to probo election
frauds in Cincinnati was ordered late
todny by United District Judge Hollis
ler, following a conferenco with Stuart
llolin, United States district. attorney,
and Frank (.'. Ilailey, special assistant
attorney general. The jury will meet
creases in prices, it was declared, were
la the face o'f the fact that the cost of
production is lower than ever before.
SALES IF KIDNEYS -
tice' shall be mailed to the post office
address of-such property owner whTn
such post office address is known; such
notice must substantially contain tln
matter required to be entered in the
docket of city liens concerning such as
sessment. The common council shall
have power to provide iby ordinance
for the collection of all liens upon prop
erty authorized by the charter nnd
ordinances of the city of Salem which
now ure or may hereafter becomo de
linquent, cither by a sale of such prop
erty, or by the issuance and sale of
certificates of delinquency and a fore
closure of such certificates by tho own
er thereof by suit iu the circuit court
of the! state of Oregon for - Marion
county iu the manner now provided by
law for the issuance of certificates of
delinquency for state and county taxes
aud the foreclosure thereof
(Continued from page one.)
comply with the dead emperor's wishes
that his people might view him iu
Many Countries Show Respect
The llofburg Augustiner church, on
the altar of which the emperor's body
will lie in state, is of plain" interior
but rich in historical associations.
l.'uder the magnificent altar, the
shortly after new pears.
Oregon Accepts Challenge
Eugene, Or., Nov. 21. Oregon
go south to meet Pennsylvania at the
Tournament of Roses "bic eanic" in
Pasadena on New Years day. At a spe
cial meeting of the faculty the move
was sanctioned. The athletic manage
ment today telegraphed the Tourna
ment of Hose association sending ac
ceptance of the invitation.
All Da.lMM fllMm
Seattle, Wash. Nov. 24.-iil Dobio
is today again at his old joV Ho is
imparting football knowledge to the
I .mvemty pt Washington football
team and showing them where they
have no chance to nope for victory over
show tre oP the place built 2S0
yenrs ago is the skeleton of Holy Vic
toria, the first nun in Austria, literally
covered with gold bead work much of
it fashioned iu the eighteenth century
by the hands of the empress Maria
Theresa. Opposite is the gold joined
skeleton nnd skull of tho first Austrian
Thursday afternoon's final benring
of the body to the grave will also be
impressive in its sombre pomp. All the
German princes, including many from
neutral countries, are expected to at
tend. The emperor's coffin will be enclos
ed iu a silver covering before the em
peror is buried in the chupel of the
Capueines. v .
Great Crowds Gathering
New York, Nov. 24. New York 's
hotels are crowded to their roofs to
day on the eve of tho Army-Navy foot
ball game. Thousands of persons intent
upon seeing cither the gome here or the
Harvard-Yale contest nt New Haven
are here. The New Haven crowd will
will, be jamming trains to the Connecticut
city all day todav and tomorrow morn
ing. All hotels reported every room
- The Atlantic fleet arrived early to
day. Warships will remain anchored 'n
the Hudson for the big servico game.
The Utah, Wyorning. New York, Texas,
Oklahoma Connecticut and Florida,
battleships, were in the fleet. The
dreadnnghts Arkansas and Pennsylva
nia; three cruisers, the Dubuque, San
Francisco nnd Baltimore, and the col
liers ilnpiter and Cyclops already were
Between 10,000 and 15,000 men n
board the ships will be granted shore
leavo while they are in the river.
Salem Alley Team
Tn an unusually close game of bowls
on the Salem Alleys played last night
in tho city league series, the Saleai Al-
loys'-feam defeated the Oregons bv the
score of 2449 to 2414. Pntton of the
Salem Alleys captured high game with
212 points nnd high average Bit. The
following is the score:
(1) (2) (3) To.
Snndin ISO 122 17." 477
Wliorlev Hill 142- 107 478
Trunk 102 145 137 " 444
3llt A i
MARLEY 21-5 IN. DEVON Vx tS.
15 cts. each, O 1-r OO cts.
CI UETT, PEAB0DT 4 CO.. INC. (f(ERT
Absentee 1"4 ir4 1.14 43
Laflnr 107 204 1S2 o.;
Totals " S:i2 7(S7 K13 241
Team average SO").
Salem Alley '
(1) (2) :i) To.
Campbell : .1.10 19.T" 1"I 4!Mi
Swienink 141 124 lo0 415.
Absenlee 1.r4 154 154 4U2
Absentee 154 154 154 4U2
Putton 212 210 1!)2 C14
Totals 8U 837 801 2449
Team average 81(5.
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Stomach. Liter and Intestinal Ailments
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ceived even from one dose are heard
"rvwhere nod explain its tremendous
sale to more than a million people. It
miely ever fails mid (hose afflicted
wiih Stomach, l.iver mid Intestinal Ail
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mi I Intestines, Dizziness, raintina
ed Delegate Joseph Cannon of New
York, "seems to be not 'America first,'
but 'starve America first.' "
Want Embargo on Wheat. '
The resolution as adopted declared
tho Amerienu Federation of I.nbor urge
on the exportation V wnVaT another Tl7 k l.Tr
oodstuffs, ... far ... our international. 1 blood and' Pass t o . to 1 . ''''
legal or treaty rights will pcr.i(. until where it of e u r . . L L i ri,
prices are restored to normal." I Inflame taus in I ,L ' f '"'
The resolution declared the depart-'sen soft., rSniV"
ment of ugric.ltino estimates that' the (ho neck'oT .he bfa I U'
1(1 wheat crop and the surplus from to seek relief t or th or. ViU dur
he coming year and V Z 1 SWiTi
- k"'ii speeiu.uors avo.uing it.
million uusneis ot llludder weakness, most fall,. ..n i.
because they can't control urination!
for .two hundred
"Flour is higher now than nt t.uv
time sime the Civil war," the resolu
tion said and nil other staples arc ad
vancing ii. proportion, so that it is
rapidly becoming impossible for a great
poruou o. me win-King people of (his
this is really I
Miiile it is extremely
sometimes very painful
one of the most simple ailments to over
come, (let about four ounces of JuJ.
Salts from your pharmacist aud take
a tablespoonful in a class of wuier !..-
coiiu.i) to ol)t...a suft.ccnt and proper fore breakfast, continue this for two
food tor their faui.lies. or three days. This will neutral the
Declaring an illegal ....nspnucy ex. sis ,.ei,U iu the urine so it no longet is n
to keep the pr.ee ot print onpe. up, the source of irritation (o the bladder and
n-sonmoii cuiieu on The
uepnitment ! .pisiic
Constipation, etc., should by all meant j '"'"."Kh federal grand juries iu ihela.g-l
miliary oruiins which then net- nurninl.
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stomach, liver and intestipul ailment..
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No more distress after eatii.).', pressure
of gas in the stomach nnd around the
heart, (iet one bottle of your druggist
now and try it on nn ..bsol.it, guaran
tee if not salistnctniv money will be
returned. .?. C. Perry, 1 15 S. Coin '1 St.
id Salts is Inexpensive, harmless,
er cities to obtain the evidence of such and is made from the acid' of gmives
conspiracy "to the cud that the print-
ing n.dii-tiy may be rescued fioin iIiom
who are successfully manipulating
prices and supplies."
Many union men la the printing iy
dusi.y have been forced out of employ
ment, the resolution suid, through the
auspeiision of publication "hit by the
e.v.o lntui.l paper p. ii'c. ' The great ill-
n.nl lemon ji.ii-e, combined with Pthis,
and is used by thousands of folks who
are subject to urinary disorders caus
ed by uric acid irritation, .lad Salts is
splendid for kidneys uud causes uo bad
Here you have a pleasant, efferves
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