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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, DEC. 1, 1916.
ATTENTION, BOYS !
Earn a Model Builder
FREE for Christmas.
Call and Ask How.
The Store of Housewares
135 N. Liberty St. Phone 67
(Continued from page one.)
ROC IE T Y
By ALINE THOMPSON
IMPOHTANT on today's Calendar is
the L. A. C. orchestra, which comes
to the armory tonight as the second
f a aeries of attractions to be pre
sented this season by the Salem lyce
Miss Margaret Kodgers who tame
liome from the University of Oregon
Wednesday to upend the holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ueorgc V.
Kodgers is entertaining as her house
quests, MisB Zeulette Condon of Van
couver, B. ('., and Miss Jcssio (iarner
of Astoria, who is also attending vol
lego at Eugene and is a Kappa Alpha
Tact sorority sister of Miss Kodgers.
The giris will visit in Salem over the
Mr. and Mis. L. M. Boggs went to
Eugene yesterday to spend Thanksgiv
ing with relatives.
Several Hulcm men, who are members
of the 8igma Chi fraternity went to
Corvnllis today to pnrticipato in the
installation of a chapter of Sigma Chi
at the Oregon Agricultural College.
Laurence Hofer and James Mott, mem
bers of the ehnpter at Stanford Uni
versity, were among" thone going from
Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Harding wore
hosts fur a charming dinuer party on
Thanksgiving, (.'overs were placed for
Mr. and Mrs. Roy P. Richardson liuvc
as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. M. Mul
lin and son, William, of Portland who
will visit in Salem over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Ralin were among
the Salem folks going to Portland to
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Kimball of Wal
lace road motored to Dallas for Thanks
giving and were the guests' of their son-in-law
and daughter, Mi-, and Mrs. Carl
Kugel. Mr. Kugel's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. ('. II. Kugel of Salem were also
their guests for the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benson went to
Albany Thursday to be the guests of
Mrs. Kenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Everetto A. Thatcher
went to Oroneo yesterday to spend the
day with their lnnglitor, Mrs. Kvan.
Mr. and Mrs. nenrv B. Thiclsen spent
Tlianksgivinn with Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Thielscu, at the Thielscu ranch,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Roberts of
(Ireenly, Colorado, who formerly lived
in Salem are receiving congratulations
upon the birth of a dniighter.
Mi's. J. O. Richardson is entertaining
as her house guest Mrs. Caswell of
Escaped Convict ,
Caught in California
Oakland, Oal., Dee. 1. Edward Car
said to be from Salem, Oregon,
pleaded not guilty today before Su
perior Judge Ogden to a charge of
grand larceny, lie is alleged to have
stolen an automobile from in front of
n Oakland church while W. K. Rob
erts, the owner, was attending services.
. Kdward Carlyle, under the nnmo of
Kdward Hell, was ono of six trusties to
scapo from the Oregon ponitentiniy
flat field on the night of August 1,
191H. The escapes went to Silvei ton
and stole a Ford auto and started fori
California. He was raptured there for
the theft of an auto on September 24.
He was received from Multnomah
county January 14, 1815, for grand
larceny, the penalty for which is from
one to seven years.
Sacramento, Cal., Iee. 1. Because,
it i alleged, he labelled his product as
a cure for most til) the ailments man is
heir to, (iiuvunui C-onaoli, mineral
water denier of Riverside county, must
appear before the state board of health
tomorrow. The charge against Consoli
Is mislabelling his product.
Why the Journal is popnlur
It prints the world's news to-
duy while it's news.
ma e mnnpmjnr
stands all tests of
laboratory and home.
It is pure, it is
delicious, it is
Walter Baker O CaLtd.
13TA0U3MED I7SO . OOBCHt3TER,Mkii
KEITH S Jgw-flA
A. J. PARIS SHOE SHOP
379 State Street, opposite the Spa
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
for some time been nnder consideration
with a view to furnishing a credit me
dium that would accommodate the Am
erican banking, demand for an invest
ment of short maturity and of such lim
ited volume that the government could
always undertnke to lay down gold in
New York sufficient to meet the ma
"It is believed further that these
bills would have furnished at the end
of the war an excellent measure o'f pro
tection to the American financial situa
Hon, inasmuch as steadily maturing ob
ligations of the foreign governments
would have tended to prevent heavy
draftR of gold from this market."
A large number of applications for
the lulls was made as late as today, it.
P. Davidson of Morgan & Co. said in
giving out the statement.
Morgan & Co- on Tuesday, following
the announcement of the reserve
board's action in warning against the
tying up of American funds in treas
ury notes that were subject to renewal,
said the notes would be offered invest
ors as originally planned. It was de
clared by the firm that the reserve
board was wrong as to character of the
notes, confusing them with the short
term acceptances that have been sold
here in past month.
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CHIHUAHUA ON FIRE
El Paco, Texas, Dec. I.
The principal residence street
in Chihuahua City is in flames,
declared a Spaniard named
Nuela, who reached the border
by automobile after escaping
from the vautured city Wednes-
day night. The Terrazas palace
is one of the buildings that is
on fire and many others along
Ocampo avenue are burning, the
Nuela knew nothing . of the
fate of the six Americans
known to have been in the
England Sends Fleet
for Australian Crop
Sydney, X. S. W., Dec. 1. To remove
tho Australian wheat crop and wool
clip which has been sold to Great
Britain, a fleet of large cargo carrying
ships has headed for tho Antipodes.
Each vjessel will be capnblo of carry
ing UUOO tons of wheat 6r other Aus
There are 2,300,000 tons of wheat
stored in the country, and it is esti
mated that half of this will bo re
quired for home' consumption, leaving
therefore, 1,230,000 tons for Great
The mother country is making other
vessels available for this traffic.
Meat is leaving Australia at the rate
of L'5U,II00 tons a mouth.
SUBLIMITY STORE ROBBED
When Mr. Hell of the Ditter, Bell &
Co., of Sublimity opened up his stiu'o
last Matuniay morning lie tound tnnt
tho store hail been broken into and
robbed during the night.
The -thieves hail forced their way
into the rear door and apparently had
made themselves perfectly at homo by
going through tho stock of goods nml
lielpin iitheinselves to whatever their
fancy indicated. They got away with
several gum slickers, a large assort
ment of knives, several pair ot shoes,
socks and underwear and in all thev
made a fair sized haul and so far no
trace of them has been found.
The same parties or some of theit
gnng seem to have a spite at Ditter,
Hell & Co., as this is about the 4th a
niial visit in as many years, however
this time they did not bother the vault
as they seemed to want merchandise
London, Dec. 1. A wireless dispatch
from Athens asserts that a detachment
of allied troops has been disembarked
by Vice-Admiral Dti Fotirnet at Piraeus,
the port or Athens.
id M hy the Journnl is popular1
It prints the world's news to-
day while it 'a nows.
E ARLR ACE
Karl Race, who received the highest
vote for city recorder at the recent
i primary, has been a resident of Salem
! for nearly a quarter of a century, dur
! ing which time he has retained the
I highest respect of the community as a
man and citizen.
I A large, share of Mr. Race's life
j work has ooen devoted to record
keeping and acocunting. He has been
entrusted with thn books of some of
the largest interests, public and pri
Ivfcte, hi this section. Men high in the
industrial lite of Salem will tewfify
i that Mr. Race has shown up the weak
spots in their book-keeping system and
brought about economies and reforms
in the method of handling their busi
Tcmpennentally Mr. Race is a man
of precision and painstaking neournev
frugal in his own habits, he insists
upon frugality and economy wherever
tho expenditure of public funds is in
He is a man of deliberate and ma
ture judgment, a characteristic much
to be desired in a city recorder who
must also serve as municipal judge.
Salem will do well to elect a man of
Karl Race's caliber to the office of
city recorder next Monday.
Karl Raee Campaign Committee,
Man Who Was Killed by Hus
band Named As Cause
Wallace, Idaho, Dec. 1. With a dead
man figuring as alleged corespondent,
the divorce suit of Herman Rossi,
wealthy business man, comes te trial in
Coeur d' Alene this month. Mrs. Rossi
has departed for a California city to
live, and the husband's attorneys
claimed today no defense to the action
would be made. Mrs. Rossi's lawyers,
however, are not abandoning their pre
parations for a fight.
Clarence Dahlquist, an artist, who
was shot and killed by Rossi, is the al
leged corespondent. The divorce trial
will culminate one of the most sensa
tional episodes in the history of Idaho
courts. The sensations started when
Rossi accused Dahlquist of making
love to his wife, pleaded the unwritten
law, and was acquitted after a bitter
Immediately after his acquittal, Kossi
filed the divorce suit.
Mrs. Rossi answered it denying im
morality with Dahlquist. If the case
comes to trial much of the evidence
heard in the Rossi murder proceedings
will probably be brought forward
ISLAND WILL APPEAL.
(Continued from page one.)
Washington, Dee. 1. That Santo
Domingo will appeal to the A. B. C.
powers of South America against the
action of the United States in declar-
ng martial law and military govern
ment in the republic was the belief ex
pressed in official circles here today.
A SIMPLE, SAFE, RELIABLE WAY
People who are over-burdened with
superfluous fat, know only too well the
discomfort and ridicule' that over-stout
peole have to bear.
If you art carrying' around five or
ten pounds of unhealthy fat you are
unnecessarily weakening your vital or
gans and are carrying a burden which
destroys the beauty of your figure. "
There is no need of anyone suffering
from superfluous fat. If you want to
reduce your weight in a simple, safe
and reliable way, -without starvation
diet or tiresome exercise, here is a test
worth trying. Spend as much time as
you can in the open air, breathe deeply
and get from any good druggist a box
of oil of korein capsules; take one
after each meal and one before retir
ing at night, .iv tl .. -
Weigh yourself once a -week so as to
know just how fas you are losing
weight and don't-leave off the -treat
ment or even skip' a Vlngle dose until
you are down to normal.
Oil of korein is absolutely harmless,
is pleasant to take, and helps digestion.
Even a few days treatment has been
reported to show a noticeable reduc
tion in weight, footsteps become light
er, your work seem easier and a lighter
and more buoyant feeling takes posses
sion of your whole being.
Every person who suffers from super
fluous "fat should give this treatment
a trial. CJentral Pharmacy can supply
Swagger Fall Suit
For Well Dressed Girls
There is one sure, safe way to
avoidablotchv. pimply skin. A
good or bad complexion comes from
within. If yon wantaclearcomplexion,
a clean skin rosy cheeks and good
health, your blood must be pure and
the poisonous matter must be carried off.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
assist nature to remove all poisonous
waste matter in the system. They act
on the liver and bowels like calomel yet
have no dangerous after-effects. They
are reliable safe and cannot harm
are used by women folks everywhere.
Constipation is nearly always the
caoseof all ailments of women. The in
testines must be made to do their work
as natun intended in a normal way.
Have color In your cheeks. Take one
ortwotabletsnightlyand note the pleas
ing results. All druggists 10cand25c.
The war office statement today declar
ed that the czar's forces in this sector
had occupied the whole range and the
heights surrounding this city recently
wrestled from the Germans by the Rus
sians at the Btart of the offensive.
Russians Start Offensive.
Petrograd, Dec. 1. A vigorous of
fensive along the entire Carpathian
front has-been started by' Russian
troops. Special dispatches today said
the advance movement was of the
strongest possible nature.
The Carpathian offensive is patently
designed to relieve the pressure of Ger
man troops on Bucharest by a thrust on
the German lines of conrVunication.
Berlin statements for the last two days
have indicated an offensive in this sec
tion by the czar's troops.
Tanks Are No Good.
Berlin, via Sayville wireless, Dec. 1.
British armored cars have been unable
to stop the failure of attacking masses
of the allied forces in Dobrudja, today's
official sttaement declared, the at
tack was centered against the left wing
of the Bulgarian forces. Two of the
English armored cars were destroyed
before the German barricades.
Tlii in ilia fivat rartvt tf na. nf
British armored cars which may be the
famous "tanks" used on the western
front in the fighting in the Balkans. '
Attacks Are Furious.
Berliu, via Sayville wireless, Dec. 1.
Continued attaeks on the army of Arch
duke Joseph in the Carpathians by Rus
sians and Rumanians' were part of a vio
lent assault on the passes on a front of
300 kilomqters, today's official report
"This waste of blood and ammuni
tion." the statement asserted, "at prac
ticality no place brought the enemy any
"Our troops made numerous counter
assaults and captured from the enemy
ground which had been taken onthe pre
The line of battle mentioned in the
offical statement was from between the
Jnblonitza Pass and the heights east of !
Bussin Ke.divasarhley 300 kilometers
on an uir line.
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HOLIDAY GIFTS at
Dennison's Holiday Boxes and Labels
Dennison's Paper Novelties and stickers
Dennison's Tags Cards and Tissue Paper
Volland's Christmas and Tissue Paper
Tucks Cards, Books and Blocks
Dressed DollsCharacter Dolls
Box Stationary, Pound Paper, Envelopes"
Novelty Jewelry, Parsian Ivory
Leather Hand Purses and Bags
Kid Gloves, Fabric Gloves and Mittens
, Cap, Scarf Sets and Single Scarfs
Richardson's Art and Table Linens '
White Satin and Crochet Bed Spreads
Maish Comforts Emmerich Pillows
Novelty Ribbons, Christmas Tie Ribbons X
Toy Town x
Blocks, Games, Wood and Iron Toys. f
You will wonder how toys can be made to sell at X
such reasonable prices, t
U. G. Shipley Company f
LIBERTY STREET "
German-Bulgarian forces aguinst posi
tions northwest of Grunitssa (in Mace
donia( taken by tho Serbs yesterday,
was renulscd with heavy losses to the
enemy, tire, war. office 'reported , to-1
lay- - .. . j
For compulsory service. j
Amsterdam, Dec. 1. Tho reichstug:
has passed to tho second reading tho
bill for compulsory civilian service, ac-j
cording to Berlin advices today. Only!
alight alterations were made in the.
mconure as officially- introduced, i 4
Captured in Africa.
London, Dfc-c' 1. Capture of a large
German force in German East Africa,
division of Teutonic armies in that sec
tion, and' a retreat of badly reduced
enemy detachments was anuounced to
day by General Smuts, commander in
chief of the British forces in the South
African Union. , 1
The Boer leader reported the mum
German force in German Kast Africa
had been divided and the mnin body
caught between converging British col
umns. This larger portion of the en
emy forces was driven north, while t he
other section was forced to surrender
north of Neuiaiigenburg.
The remnants of General Wuhle's
force, reduced probably by more than a
half on account of casualties, arc imtft
ing their retreat eastward 'toward tho
district of ' Jtahenge, General Siiiiit as
serted. ' '
German East Africa is Germany 's lust
remaining colony. The fighting detail
ed hy General Smuts is almost in the
center of the coloiiy. :
Captured King's Cemetery.
Berlin, via Sayville wireless, .Dec. 1.
The spulchres of the Rumanian kings
'fell into German hands at the conquest
of Curtes De Arges.
The German emperor ordered that
the tombs be put under special protec
tion of the troops and that in the march
through the city wreaths should be de
posited on the sepulchres.
'r" Bombarded Station.
Berlin, via Sayvillo wireless, Dec. 1.
A British aviator bombarded the rail
road station in Drama from where a
special train must carry home ministers
of the German allies en route from Ath
ens, according to a press bureau an
Fierce German Lines. i
London, Dec. 1 Forcing of an entry:
into the German lines at Beveral places
south of Armentieres was announced by I
General Sir Douglas Haig today. He also j
detailed repulso of on attempted enemy'
raid on trenches northeast of Neuve :
Greece Refuses Demands.
Athens, Dee. 1 King Constantine and
tho Greek government today formally j
advised Vice-Admiral Du Fournet that j
Greece had finally and definitely deter- j
mined to refuse the surrender of arm ,
demanded by the allies. '
The government today called to the i
colors all reserve officers belonging to ;
: the Athens army corps.
You Get GOOD Vslaa at ANY Price-sUMUUcCioa25ck)J.M( Hr
Emery -Beers Companyjne.
IS3-I9I EASTaith ST.
ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR COMPLEXION?
Tnlre. can of ucut catnalrjiion
and your compexfon Bi'tf take cart oyiu.
CHOOSE PURS AIDS. CHOOSE CREMC CLCAYA THE PURE,
DAINTY, TOILET CREAM THAT HAS STOOD THE TEST FOR YEARS.
"Makes the skin like velvet"
UNO 106 FOS LAMS SANPl
JAMES C. CRANE, 104 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK
Plum colored diagonal serge is the
fabric used here. The Russian blouse
is trimmed with many buttons and a
demibelt that fastens with a cloth buck
le. A white satin collar is detachable.
The aailor takes a white and black pop
py aa trimming.
Paris, Dee. 1. A counter attack by
DISCOLORED OR SPOTTY
SKIN EASILY PEELED OFF
The discoloring or roughening- to
which many skins are subject at this I
season, may readily lie gotten ra oi.,
Mercolized wax, spread lightly over:
the face before retiring and removed;
in the morning with soap and water,1
completely peels off the disfigured1
skin. Get an ounce of the wax at any I
druggist's. There's no more effective
way of banishing chaps, blotches,'
pimples, freckles or other cutaneous de-i
feets. Little skin particles come offi
each day, so the process itself doesn't
oven temporarily mar the complexion,
and one soon acquires a brand new,
spotless, girlishly beautifully lace.
Wrinkles caused by weather, worry
or illness, are best treated by a simple
solution of powdered saxolite, one
ounce, dissolved ia one-half pint witch
hazel. Bathing the face in this produces
a truly marvelous transformation.
f wool, was $1.50
ROSTEIN & GREENBAUM
These goods advertised were bargains before the
advance in prices ; now they are snaps.
Girls' Union t Ladies' Union! Outing Flannel I
Suits, winter 1 Suits, winter I Gowns, worth I
weights I more wholesale t
50c i 50c
Children's i Ladies' Trim-: :
part wool med Hats lat.::
shirts & pantst A ,
formerly 75c est style, $4 to : :
now I $5 value, now : :
50c ! $1.75 f
Cotton Blankets, a pair 75c
45-inch Pillow Tubeing, a yard 0c
A Few Ladies' Nice Coals, a Big Bargain
Christmas Toys, now on display; kid body dolls, doll
buggies, toy wheel barrows, toy chairs, Children's
rockers, boys' tool sets, Tinker toy sets, toy tea sets, '
building blocks, etc., Daisy air rifles, toy trains and.
large rubber balls. '
Men's Wool Suits, . . .$7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00
240 and 246 COMMERCIAL STREET