Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, December 04, 1916, Page TWO, Image 2

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Appreciated f
I Wm. Gahlsdorf
The Store of Housewares
135 N. Liberty St.
I Sensible
Lasting I
ilr. and Mm. Louis W. Josse( Har
riett Barker) are being congratulated
upon the arrival of a son, born Sun
day evening. The little fellow will be
called iFreemont Dudley in honor of
his grandfather, Mrs. Josse's father,
Air. F. 1). Barker of Roseburg.
Mrs. J. N. Smith 's guests, Mrs. Frank
K. Smith and children, Kenneth, Rob
ert and Virginia, returned to their
home in Portland Saturday, after a
several days delightful visit! Dr. Smith
who was also the guest of the Smiths
for Thanksgiving, returned to Portland
Thursday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller and
small daughter returned Sunday night
from a few days visit in Portland. Dur
ing their stay they were guests at the
Hotel Portland.
Mrs. Hugh Elliott of Medford is
the house guest of her daughter, Mrs.
;. B. Webb. Mrs. Klliott arrived Sat
urday and will remain until after the
Christmas holidays.
Miss Joe Driscoll a member of the
Tri Delta sorority at the University
of Oregon, passcj the Thanksgiving va
ration with her parents. While home
Miss Driscoll entertained as her guest
Miss Margaret Calhahan of Portland.
Friends of Miss Ruth Tower will be
Interested in the announcement of her
marriage to Arthur J. Spingath of Los
Angeles, California, which took place in
Terminal, California, on Sunday. No
vember the twenty-sixth at the home
of her brother and sister-in-law Mr.
and Mrs. L. Tower.
Mrs. Spingath formerly lived in Sa
lem and has many friends here. She is
the sister of Mrs. S. C. Kightlinger of
this city.
Miss Emma Ristow had as her guests
for the week end Miss Cecilia Mulkic
and brother, James Mulkie of Stay
ton. Thanksgiving Miss Mildred McBride,
Miss Lela McC-addnm, Miss Lena Cher
rington anil Glen Mcfaddam were thu
guests of Miss Daisy Mumey in Woov
burn. " -
The literary programme of the Mon
day night club, at the Oregon state
training school was made unusually
interesting by Mrs. Frank . Frie key.
During the evening Mrs. Frickey
gave the biography of Richard Wag
ner, the great German composer and
poet. She also played several piano
selections from his two famous operas,
Parsifal and Lohengrin, giving the
mythological story of their origin.
This was made doubly interesting on
account of Mrs. Frickcy having seen
these operas when they were first pro
duced at the Bayrontli theatre in Ger
many. Friday afternoon Mrs. II. St. Helens
entertained the members of the Elite
Embroidery club at her home on Court
The afternoon was devoted to sew
ing, and later the gueBts enjoyed a
trombone solo by Mr. St. Helens. Mrs.
St. Helens was assisted in serving a
dainty repast by Mrs. Otto Schcllberg.
Those present were: Mesdames E. V.
Rider, Fred Prince, H. E. l'ngh, C. G.
Givens, Nellie Knop. W. L. Bryant,
E. Rulifson, D. H. Weyant, Bert Wall
er, Fred Barker, Otto Schellberg, Roy
Clark, C. T. Mclntire and Mrs. George
Bl a in-hard of Portland, who was an ad
ditional guest.
A romance, which began a year ago,
resulted Thursday night in the wed
ding of Miss Mary Reynolds, 406 East
Thirty-ninth street North, and Charles
B. Harrison, pastor of the First Meth
odist Episcopal church at Willamina.
Following the ceremony at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dundee,
456 East Thirty-ninth street North,
where Miss Reynolds had made her
home, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison left on
a brief honeymoon. They will make
their home at' Willamina, where a new
parsonage has been erected.
Dr. R. E. Smith, pastor of the Sun
nvside Methodist Episcopal church,
pronounced the wedding service.
The bride wore a gown of white
crepe meteor and carried a bouquet of
bride roses. An aisle was lormea 01
tulle ribbons by six bridesmaids. They
were: Miss Ethel Fogg, Salem; Mist
Mildred Kingensmith Miss Isabel Munn,
Miss Clara Manney, miss .joscpuine
Thompson and Miss Frances Harza.
Miss Zola Bartholomew was maid of
honor and James W. Crawford was best
Mrs. Harrison is a gradnateof the
Calumet high school at Chicago, and
she later attended Valpariso Universi
ty, Valparaiso, Ind. She has been a
resident of Portland for several years.
Rev. Mr. Harrison was, until a few
months ago, pastor of the Westmore
land Methodist Episcopal church in
Portland. He is a graduate of the Sa
lem high school and of Willamette
University. During his university' ca
reer he wan president of the student
body and third baseman on the base
ball team. Portland Oregoniou.
Ralcm friends of Miss Evelyn Cal
breath of Portland, will be interested
to know that she has returned to New
York city again this winter, to resume
her class and also continue her vocal
study with F. X. Arncs. This is Miss
Calbrcath's sixth year under this mas
ter, since her return from Europe.
Interest centers in the bazaar to be
given tomorrow afternoon and even
ing at the Presbyterian church for the
benefit of the primary department.
The women in charge have devoted
much time to preparing articles for the
sale, and tho matron or maid desiring
useful and attractive Christmas gifts
will find an assortment of irresistible
things. Tea and scones will be served
during the afternoon.
The annual musicians dance tomor
row night at tho armory, bids fair to
be a ala event. A fifteen piece orches
tra will furnish the music for the dance
which is to be informal. v
Tho patronesses for tho affair will
be: Mrs. Thomas A. Liveslcy, Mrs.
Robert Chauncey Bishop, Mrs. WTillinm
Market Was Quiet and
Prices Generally Lower
New York,, Dee. 4. The New York
Evening Sua financial review today
Wall Street failed to display today
its traditional perturbation over the re
convening of congress, partly because
it feels that President Wilson will
recommend in his message a course of
procedure that will soften the effects
of the operation, of the Adamson law,
and partly because it had numerous
other things to engage its attention.
There was neither great strength nor
pronounced weakness in the stock
market. After the first buying orders
which had accumulated over the week
end had been disposed of, prices eased
off and thereafter tho general level
swayed backward and forward, punct
uated now and then by some strong and
some weak spots.
The stock market was excitable and
uncertain in the late trading, following
the sensational advance in call money
rates and a subsequent substantial re
action from 15 per cent to 1 per cent.
Prices ruled a point or more below the
lajst previous closing, Jand in many
cases several points below the high
levels attained earlier in the day.
Steel reacted nearly to 124, but rallied
a point or so.
In the Rumanian fighting, German
forces are apparently approaching closer
m Kuphnrest. Conenhairen claimed to
have a report from Berlin that Ger
man artillery had on !unaay Dcgun
bombardment of the city, from an elev
en mile range. Carl W. Ackerman,
United PresB staff correspondent with
the German army reported the Ger
mans were within less than ten miles
of the city on Friday. Petrograd ad
mitted retirement by tho defenders.
In tho Dobrudja sector the Russian
offensive continues.
In the Carpathians, Petrograd report
ed capture of a height south of the
Jablonitza Pass.
On the Macedonian " front, Berlin
claimed "easy repulse" of-allied at
tacks. Paris claimed capture of a hill
north of Grunistaj
Operations on the west front were
in calm today following
agreement bv King Constantino to sur-
. . . .. ... -1 jiU a.,;ilnrv
render eignt Daueries ui
to the allies.
t . i ;.' I.i. should the world
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will not be very much better by bis
getting out of it.
Attorney General Brown at the re
quest of the District Attorneys' associ
ation has gone vefy minutely over thoj
prohibition laws of the state ana given
out an opinion as to the laws at pres
ent existing and to be passed by the
legislature to perfect the none ury
amendment. He summarizes the sit
uation in closing as follows:
"tvervthing that could be constru
ed to be in conflict with the new con
stitutional amendment has been repeal
ed by the original prohibition amend
ment adopted bv the people in Novem
ber, 1914.
a careful reading of the provisions
of our prohibition law now in force
will demonstrate that there is not a
line contained in said act that conflicts
with the recent amendment to the constitution.
'The new constitutional amendment
only assumes to repeal that which is in
onflict therewitn. -"There
being nothing 1n the Ander
son law conflicting with the provisions
of the constitutional amendment adopt
ed in November, 1916, there is nothing
to repeal.
The Home Kule amendment to me
institution and ordinances drawn
thereunder were repealed by the- orig
inal prohibition amendment.
"Compare tne language containen
in the new constitutional amendment
reading as follows: 'No intoxicating
Honors shall be imported into this
state for beverage purposes,' with the
Anderson law summarized, 'lms ougni
tn convince the most skeptical that
no part of the Anderson law has been
repealed, and the same will remain in
full force and effect until the same is
amended by the incoming legislative
"Under the Anderson law, me state
hr virtue of its police power does po
lice the delivery and receipt of intoxi
cating liquor within the boundaries oi
the state.
" Under the additional amendment to
th constitution, the legislature will
enact a measure whereby it will be pos
sible to meet intoxicating liquor at
the boundary of the state and prevent
its receipt for beverage purposes by
any person within the state."
Burghardt, Jr., Mrs. John J. JJobers,
Mrs. Gcorgo G. Rodgers, Mrs. W. Mel
vin Plimpton, Mrs. Zodae Riggs, Miss
Rita Steiner. Mrs. Harry E. Clay, Mrs.
Thomas C. Smith, Mrs. Frederic D.
Thiolsen, Miss Aline Thompson, Mrs.
Curtis B. Cross, Jdrs. vtiiuani iumrc
Dyer. :
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:::: Until the Last
At the dose of twenty-five vears of continuous mercantile experience we are con
vinced that practical gifts are rapidly increasing in nomilarity. This vear we haye
exercised ver? treat care in selecting merchandise to suit the nooular demand.
I BathRoom Accessories
Just Seventeen
More Shopping it
Fancy Bath Sets
Fancy Bath Sets, composed of
one large Bath Towel, one Guest
Towel, ono Wash Cloth, and one
Bath Mat. Made from the best
Turkish Toweling. Displayed in
elaborate designs and various col
ors, such as White, Blue, Pink and
Yellow. Priced per set, 11.45 to 12.65.
Fancy Bath Towels
Another lot of Fancy Bath Towels.
Made from heavy Turkish Toweling
in plain and novel patterns. Also in
colored Plaids and Stripes with plain
aad colored cuds. For those who de
sire them we have patterns in heavy
Brocade. In nine different values
from 25c to 11.45 por Towel.
Heavy Bath Mats
Bath Mats. Excellent weights mid
wonderful patterns in Gold, Blue,
Pink, White and Green. From 6&c
to J1.00 per mat.
Bahy Bath Towels
White Turkish Bath Towels Yor
the Baby. With plain or colored end;
can be matched with large towels.
Priced 10c, 2 for 25c, 16c and 25c.
Bath Robe A beautiful assortment of the season's latest designs in Bath Robe Blankets with cords to
m , match. Each Blankets sized to cut one Robe. Reversable, Rich Grays, Browns, Plaids,
Blankets Tans and White. A most acceotable, eift from $2.45 to $3.75 oer blanket.
Scarfs and Toques
Scarfs and Toque Sets, tho lat
est winter novelty. Warm and
practical, Mado of angora and
in all the latest colors. From
1.23 to 2.73 Set.
Separate Scarfs. Fine angora.
Most popular colors Kelly, Cop
en, Hose, Purple and many
others. Look wall with any suit
or coat. Also fine lino of Silk
Scarfs. From $1.15 to 2.23 each.
Neat aad attractive, warm and
comfortable. Toquca for ladies,
. misses and children. All colors.
Silk or wool. Nothing better
for wintry days. From 23c to
OUc each.
ff Cash Value
A, vi vnvu
JarncS 0aih More
Merchandise H
Being No Conflict, Nothing to
Repeal Says Attorney
$ Court House News
t. r.nllAnov i 1iMnrn.tr the C8S6
it lltlC viiiau m u n
of L. H. Turner and Cornelia A. Davis
against-John 11. llartog ana me n
lametto Valley Irrigation company, on
action for the correction pf certain
leases, which, was continued from last
Fridav. On account or Jonn ii. rmnot,
jf..,i.,, l.nl.linir Satnnlnv to be his
L. r. Collin-ov in nelerence
to his religious belief, postponed the
case until today.
t...i p.oilmvau ..ptiinlRV crraiited a
decree of divorce to Grace lona Moe
fr,.m Wmerv Luther Mee on tho ground
of desertion and cruel and inhuman
treatment. There were no children or
propertv interest involved, one
given ner maiden name. The couple
were married at Sacramento in June,
a jnA . r;M,i;,,y (nr the plaintiff
J uvi-ivi; i . ,
owner of certain laud as tenant by the
eourtosv during his natural life was
rendered by Judge Galloway in the
e rtaT.;.! V. Kwniik nffainst J. t .
natr ui " ' " - - '
Brinkman, et al. The cause came up
for hearing in June ami as nu
.. .... .. ha ini.li has passed
lOr IIK tturcv.
a decree of default was entered. The
matter was taken -nder advisement
and the decree determining the nirht
of tho plaintiff to -the land entered
. i 1 ..... a Awlai-oil thflt . J.
Culver, W. II. Downing and L. P. Aid-
rich be appointed commission c,n ," " ,
measure the courtesy of David Swank
in the land ueTiucu to nun . y-
: i .lanrh ni Kh'Jlbeth
Swank, and to set it off by metes and
Marriage licenses issued by the coun-
..Ilnwfi- I.nilfrdon Kl-
T" cierR are Jul.""-- -"---c
wood Stafford, a logger of Gates, and
Marv Gertrude Myers,Nalso of Oatos;
Walter Alvin Bowman, a farmer of ba
lem, and Leah A. Coleman, also of Sa
' i Tkn ti i"QiinB. a Salem car-
penter, and Mrs. Ida Teater, also of ba
lera. Both the latter are making a sec
ond trial of the marriage state.
Wnshinirron. Dec. 4. Aoill for rigid
iuvofttiantinn of expenditures of all
money by all parties during tho recent
presidential campaign ana eieeiiwn,
al. immun.tv hth " and "periurv"
clauses, will be introduced by Senator
Owen of Oklahoma probably tomorrow,
he announced today. The bill will be
introduced as a mint resolution.
-Dennison's Holiday Boxes and Labels
-Dennison's Paper Novelties and stickers
-Dennison's Tags Cards and Tissue. Paper
-Volland's Christmas Cards and Books.
-TucksCards, Books and Blocks
-Dressed Dolls Character Dolls --Box
Stationary, Pound Paper, Envelopes
-Novelty Jewelry, Parisian Ivory '
-Leather Hand Purses and Bags
-Kid Gloves, Fabric Gloves and Mittens
-Cap, Scarf Sets and Single Scarfs
-Richardson's Art and Table Linens 1
-White Satin and Crochet Bed Spreads
-Maish Comforts Emmerich Pillows
-Novelty Ribbons, Christmas Tie Ribbons
Toy Town
Blocks, Games, Wood and Iron Toyg,
You will wonder how toys can be made to sell at
such reasonable prices.
U. G. Shipley Company
(Continued from paga one.)
whatever re-construction of the govern
ment was decided on, there would be no
departure from the policy announced at !
the beginning of the war. Asquith's
own statement at this time held that
England was in the war to compel re
storation of Belgium and ajtil such
time as German militarism was subdued
and the integrity of small nations as
sured. When Premier Asquith had concluded,
Sir H. Dalziel suggested he had under
stood the resignations of all members
of the present cabinet had been tender
ed to the premier. Asquith did not
make reply.
Means General Chang.
Current reports late today were that
the "re-construction" meant general
change in the entire cabinet, rather than
the mere formation of an authoritative
council. This "small, compact body"
Ford and Street Car
Gash on State Street
A crash that was heard for blocks
startled people in the vicinity of State
and High streets Saturday night abouri
10 o'clock when a Ford automobile col
lided with a street car on the cast side
of the intersection. A crowd collected
as fast as people could run but in a few
minutes it was discovered there was no
one hurt or much damage douc' to the
oar or .machine. The street cat had its
fender bent over to one side and the
loft fender of the Ford was somewhat
bent. The Ford car was proceeding
north on High street and made a wide
turn into State street to go cast. After
taking stock of the damage both the
street car and the auto proceeded on
their way. Tho Ford was from Inde
pendence. for handling of the problems of the war
was the suggestion first advanced by
those known to be in sympathy with
David Lloyd-George, who apparently
precipitated the cabinet crisis.
The intense popular interest in the
cabinet situation was evidenced when
parliament met today. Government of
ficials from the war o'ffice and all the
parliament buildings packed the floor
and the galleries.
The only members of the cabinet, how
ever, who were present when the session
was called to order were Austen Cham
berlain, secretary for India, and Lord
Robert Cecil, minister of blockade.
Commons was later declared adjourn
ed until Thursday without a vote on
the adjournment. Irish members vainly
protested this course.
David Lloyd-George, minister of war,
who is regarded as the man behind tho
present cabinet crisis, did not put in an
appearance in commons during tho en
tire session today- His absence was re
garded as indicative that he will not
reappear until a definite solution of tho
matter is evolved and announced.
Asqutth as a Slavs.
Whether the cabinet crisis has been
definwitely pasesd was still uncertain
today but there were indications that
Premier Asquith was maintaining his
reputation aa one of the greatest politi
cal "placaters" in British history.
The best information today was that
David Lloyd-George, minister of war,
did not resign his place, aa rumored
Sunday nor did he actually threaten
to step down. But he did firmly ex
press hia belief in the absolute neces
sity of a small, compact council with
full authority to conduct the war. Ap
parently Asquith acceded in this be
lief. It was circumstantially reported to
day that the unionist cabinet members
had advised the premier to resign, inti
mating if he did not take this step tho
whole unionist representation in the
cabinet 10 of the 23 members would.
The nature of Asquith 's reply was not
revealed, but it is understood the un
ionists have now decided to remain. .
Sir Edward Carson, to whom reports
attribute a place on the new "war coun
eil" of four or five members, supposed
The Frame Shop and
The home of unusual gifts is.
now showing in Its window, the
largest and most carefully select
ed -iine of Christinas cards any
ono ever dared to bring to a
city the site of Salem.
See Them
Special Christmas engraving at
moderate "prices.
to be in the making, said today ho had
not been offered a place so far, but in
dictated he would accept such an offer.
The man who will not serve now in,
whatever way he can is a traitor, he
Asquith wus supposed to be scheduled
for a conference with King George to
day und was expected later in commons
to make a formal statement revealing
the situation. All tho specific infor
mation London had on which to base
its reports was the formal statement of
yesterday that the prime minister,
"with a view to tho most effective,
prosecution of the war, had decided to
advise hia majesty, tho king, to consent
to the re construction of the government."
Just "Considering It"
London, Dec. 4. Great Britain and
her allies are considering what immedi
ate steps are to bo taken in connection
with the Greek situation, Lord Robert
Cecil announced in commons this aft
ernoon. He characterised the situation
there as extremely grave, following
"the most treacherous and unprovoked
attack on the nllics Friday."
"Responsibility for this," he added,
"rests upon tho king and the Greek
Early in today's session of the house,
of commons, hen the cabinet crisis
was uppermost in the minds of ques
tioners of the government's representa
tives, Lord Cecil was asked whether
he could assure the house, no matter
what decision was arrived at on the
cabinet, that the present Greek dynasty
would be continued." The minister of
blockado mado no immediate reply.
Later he said Britain and her allies are
considering steps in the situation.
Beautiful Bust and Shoulders
are pnuible If tho will wear a cientiilcallr constructed
Bico Jul Brassiere.
The rlnircinc Wf ieht at an unranftnnl hint m atrctrhe the
upportiiis miMcle. tlwt the contour of the ncure.is polled.
fmt the hunt bar where It be
OBIM, prr.elit tho full but from
havinc the appearance of Sab-
ru iv . . . . . ) bineaf. ehmillttte tho darner of
BRA5JIERj drMin man-left and conllno the
Kttceful line to tlx entire upper bodf.
They r the daintieat and moot serviceable pmrmtnta imairl
nable come in ail material ami tylos: Cms Bark, Ho.. a.
r root. Surplice, Bandeau, etc. Boned with " Walohn," the
nutlcaa buuins pcrmittinc waaliius without renoTaU
llae your dernier show you Bien Jolle Brassieres. If not atorlt
U, w will fladlr Mod him, prepaid, samples to show you.
BENJAMIN fc JOHNES, II Warren Street. Newark. N. jf