THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1917. THREE 1 1 Today Tomorrow Double Show - . .s f H V' Pauline Rrederjck. WOUS PlAYfi$-PARAMOUNT PAULINE FREDRICK IN "SLEEPING FIRES" A Powerful Story of Mother Love and Self Sacrifice STATE FIRE MARSHAL BEGINS INSPECTION Vaudeville MICHAEL and MARZ Those Whistling Fiends LIFE IN the NAVY in Times of Peace and War Taken by the U. S. Govt THE OREGON Watch for Our Big Triple Bill Sunday To Give Salemites Picnic In Portland Are you loyal to Salem It seems Watch for DOLLY DIMPLES Coming Sunday Pretty Girls Excellent Costumes Special Scenery 4- a v aww m. THEATRE ORDERED TO DUTY San Francisco, July 6. Twelve more Presidio officers reserve corps candidates were ordered to active duty today. They are: Captain Eoy W. Keal, First Lieutenants Clark Bonner, - Russell Tripp and Ber nard Quinn; 8econd Lieutenants George Cohen, John T. Duncan, - Brayton Wilbur, Alex- MeGee, Lester Dunne, Robert Boyd and J. B. S. Johnson. that there are many who are not now residents of Salem, but who have been, who have a warm spot in their hearts for their old home and so people of this type, who are now residents of Portland will give a "Salem" celebra tion and picnic at "The . Oaks" in Portland Sunday, at which time all for mer residents are expected to show up. Many Salem people are planning to at tend, and all Salem people are welcome. A local committee was formed to ar range for a program, which will be given at 2:30 p. m. The personnel of this committee is: Miss Margaret Cos per, Mrs. W. H. Eldridge, C. P. Bishop, Judge G. H. Burnett and Joseph H. Al bert. They have arranged for three speakers, who are: Judge George H. Burnett, Mrs. Olive Knwright and Charles B.' Moores of Portland, a for mer Salem resident. Judge Moreland, who was to have been on the program, injured himself in a fall recently to such an extent that he will be unable to speak. The committee feel that this picnic will be of the greatest import ance, and ought to be attended by ev eryone from this city who can. . Try Journal Want Ads They pay TODAY and TOMORROW LATEST PATKE WEEKLY Showing the Maneuvers of our Glorious American Soldier Boys Worlfs Greatest Weekly A WORLD PICTUHI D IAJy . MADE ETHEL CLAYTON in Man's Woman" with ROCKCUPFB PELIOWES A SHOW OF PLEASURE Keystone Comedy HER NATURE DANCE -c A Two Reel . Laugh Explosion Survey Will Be Under Direc tion of Salem's Fire Chief Hutton The state fire marshal department begins today an inspection of buildings for the purpose of ascertaining if any fire hazards exist. This survey will be under the direction of Chief Hutton of the Salem tire department who is the city fire marshal, and when it is com pleted a report will be made to the fire prevention committee appointed by the mayor of which William McGilchrist Is chairman and William Kvans secretary. This entire survey will be at no ex pense to the city, but in a measure will be of nreat value to those who are in terested in eliminating such hazards in their building that nre now unknown. At the meeting last night Chief Dep uty jay Stevens of the state depart ment gave an interesting talk with sterooptican views showing such haz ardous conditions found during the ore liminary survey made in Portland while he was fire marshal of that eity, and he has also suggested tht where these conditions nre found in this city that pictures De laKen in order that they can he shown to the fire prevention committee appointed by the mayor. One important move that the fire prevention committee decided upon was the recommendation of teaching fire prevention in schools. Mrs. W. E. Kirk and Mrs. E. E. Fisher, members of this committee, will no doubt take a great interest in effecting this movement be fore the schools and women clubs: which clubs are greatly interested in the safety of children. RUSSIAN WOMEN (Continued from Page One.) ers for more guns and that orders have been given by German commanders for a curtailment in the expenditure of shells wherever possible. Captured cartridge shell cases are of steel now. Apparently lack of brass and copper has made the enemy try this metal for ammunition cases for" field guns and howitzers. Steel cart ridges are also being issued to soldiers now. Attempts have been made to make these steel cases available for use in machine guns, but up to the present they persist in a tendency to burst and jam the guns. Captured automobiles from the Ger man lines show construction almost without brass or copper. Motor lorries show fabric and wooden tires instead of rubber. Estimates from prisoners give about lo per cent of the present German fighting infantry made up pf men 21 and 22 years old. From 12 to 15 per cent are men averaging 20. Lads of 19 are now being brought to the front iu large numbers and about five or 10 per cenj of the fighting infantry ' is made up oi these youngsters. Uerman prisoners say home depots are now fill ing up with 15 year old youths and even bows of 17 are undergoing examination preparatory to conscription. German Attacks Persistent. Pans, July 6. Germany still con tinued her offensive against the French lines today, but there were no massed infantry attacks after the repulse in flicted early in the week. The war of fice statement today detailed the Ger man activity as mostly by artillery fire. "Between the Aisne ana .uamieue there was severe artillery firing and en emy raids failed," the statement "id. "In Champagne, notably around Monts Casque and Teton, there w as violent ar tillerying. West of Cornillet and south west of Tahure an enemy attack was easily reoulscd. "On the left bank of the Mouse northwest of Hill 304 we destructively cannonaded enemy organizations." BORAH DEMANDS (Continued from Page One.) senate convened today recommended the prohibition of all spirits, beers and wines. He introduced an amendment that would kill them all. Robinson, opening the plea for beer and wines, after offering a proposition to forbid spirits only,, said: "My substituto for the committee amendment conforms in letter and spir it to the compromise suggested by the- presiaent ami agreed to Uy the auti-Sa-loon league. To Relieve resident "In the next place the committee provision is not only subject to criti cism because it expressly imposes upon me cnier executive amies which are legislative iu their nature, but it also is objectional to senators on the other side of the chamber because they claim it confers a great political power and influence upon the executive. It is urg ed that the existence of authority of the president to confiscate hundreds of millions of dollars""' worth of proporty through the activities of agents upon whose judgment and conduct he must necessarily depend is unprecedented and unreasonable. Expressing no ap proval of hig argument, 1 mention it merely to emphasize the fact that un less the congress determines this ques tion for itself the passage of the food control bill will probably be indefinite ly delayed." Roasts Wilson Senator Vardaman, Mississippi,contin uing the argument against tho liquor triumvirate, spoke scathingly of Presi dent Wilson's stand in behalf of beer and wines. "May 1 not express regret," he said, ' ' that the president did not employ his virile and sarcastic tongue in holding up to the world the little bunch of wil ful proponents of liquor, for scathing rebuke because they were holding up the food bill, instead of calling upon the friends of temperance." "! Senator Sterling, South Dakota.added his voice to counsel against beers and wines as well as spirits. They talk of economic unrest if we do away with, all intoxicants, "Sterling declared, "but 1 for one, believe a bread riot is more to bo dreaded than beer riots. If it hadn't been for liquor there w'ould not have been the disgrace ful scenes in Easts St) Louis, 111. In states where there is now prohibition, crime has diminished, labor has improv ed and industries have prospered." Goes to Jury Tonight After three weeks of wordy battle, the case is expected to go to the jury late today. A verdict may come before sundown. ' There is no question as to the fate of spirits. They will be given the death penalty. Beer and wine are expected to survive. The senate chamber was crowded ear ly to hear the final speeches beginning at 2 p. m. Under a decision handed down Into yesterday, debate today is limited to ten minutes by each sena tor on the section under which all of the famous beverages are now subject to conviction. On the different questions as they will be voted on, the, following predie tions were made today: To prohibit manufacture of spirits and leave the fate oi beer and wine to the president, wets and republican drys will constitute a small majority against such a verdict. To prohibit all three, spirits, beers and wines, about thirty radical votes Twill be cast favoring such a verdict with a majority against it. To prohibit spirits and not interfere with beers and wines, an overwhelming verdict is expected. With these questions disposed of, the senate expects to dispose of the whole, food measure by next Wednesday or Thursday. Flour drops 40 cents or more but we're still unable to buy a loaf of fresh bread and ride home for a dime. CLAIM TO HAVE SEEN DIVER'S PERISCOPE Two Vessels Report Presense of Submarine Near Chesapeake Bay Washington, July 6 That an Ameri can navy vessel had sighted what was apparently the periscope of a submarine close to Hampton Roads was reported to the navy department today. Other ships at once took up the search for the submarine and Secretary uameis ordered that the most thorough investigation proceed. If the object seen was a periscope, it wsb not that of an American submarine, according to intimations at the depart ment, though no statement was made as to whether our undersea boats were op erating in that vicinity. The official report followed, press re ports last night which said two incom ing ships sighted a periseope five miles off Fortress Monroe in the bay, Daniels uia not make clear the exact location and, while he left the impression that it was "close" to the roads, it was believed the report said in fact the periscope was sighted within Chesa peake bay. The report had added significance from the fact that German U-boats are known to be operating farther from their home bases than previously, while unofficial reports indicate that Ger many is turning out submarines of larg er size and cruising radius than ever before. - FEDERAL CAVALRY USED .. (Continued from Page One.) ' Romance! Thrills! Love! Life! Glowing with the fire of real artistry, filled to the brim and overflow ing with splendid characterizations, and striking situations, this is an offering that grips and holds the attention of every spectator. See this story of ' modern life. YE LIBERTY THEATRE Italy Getting Busy. Rome, July 6 Indication that Italy is resuming her ottensive was contain ed in today's war office report, detail ing a "pushing forward" of the ad vance line and capture of enemy out posts around Selo Wednesday. "Northwest of Selo on Wednesday night we pushed our line forward, cop- lurjug enemy vuipunvra t the statement said. "We maintained our positions against violent counter at tacks." Success Was Brief. Salonika, July 6. By a sudden of sensive, Teutonic forces on the Mace donian front succeeded in gaining a ht-ief. temriorary footing on British trenches west of Dolzeli, according to announcement here today. ine assault was made in the evening and the en emy was immediately driven out by a British counter attack. Dolseli was captured by 'the British last April. It is close to Lake Doiran on the extreme right wing of the Mace donian fighting force. Attack is Repulsed. London, July 6-Repulse of an at tempted raid on British lines in the neighborhood of Bulleconrt was report ed today by Field Marshal Haig. i Refused to Fraternize Petrograde, July 6. German troops tried vainly to fraternize with Russian troops on the Rumanian front but a I fusillade of artillery fire answered ' their showing of the white flag. The incident was related in today's official statement, as indicative of the deter ' mination with which the Russians on ! the Rumanian front were particpating j in the offensive started by General : Brusiloff on the northern line. It oe ; eurred in the region of Baliestehi. The I Teutons yelled invitations to the Rus ' sians to fraternize, but were not ans ! were dexcept by shells. I General Brusiloff reported a brief but sharp infantry action northwest of Rybniki, near Dzikelany and artillery I ing along most of the front where he has been pressing the enemy hard. Berlin, via London, July 6. Artillery actions between Zborow and Brzezany on the northern (Russian) front, were reported in today's war office state ment. .''-'- : f BLAME INSURANCE (Continued from page one.) York today to discuss with firess asso ciation heads the best methods to be used in handling cablegrams from abroad and at the same time is taking up with the cable censors the matter of stopping spies from sending innocent apeparing messages to neutral countries which may bear news to tho German admiralty. Newspapers are expected generally to refrain from publication of news suf ficiently far in advance to permit Ger many to mobilize her submarines on the transport trail. As an indication of the means tak en by the enemy spies to obtain in formation, a member of congress to day related the following story: "Before the war a young German officer ingratiated himself with in fluential New Yorkers and secured a position in the state department. IT" was regarded as a trustworthy, ef ficient man. But he was forced to bide his time two years before his op portunity came. "One morning a uesK in tne state department was found broken open and on the same day the young man failed to appear. A state department code was stolen. The man had left for Germany." by the I. W- W., he declares. . May Act As Mediator. , Phoenix, Ariz., July 6. That former Governor George W. P. Hunt may act as President Wilson's special mediator in Arizona strikes was indicated to day by publication of a letter received by Hunt from the president. John Mc Bride, federal conciliator, is en route to Globe today aftor having conferred with Hunt. Hunt wired President Wil son his acceptance. Hello Girls Win. Hoquiam, Wash., July 0. Strikinf, hello girls here and in Aberdeen re turned to work this morning following a conference yesterday afternoon be tween United States Mediator Henry White, of Seattle; District Traffic Su- perintendent Cochran, of the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph company, and J. Graffer, representing the Pacific Coast district of the International Electrical Union. The conference ended with a victory for the girls.' They will get an in crease in pay, and the company agrees not to discriminate against union oper ' " tj : 3 w- W. Controls Union. Denver, Colo., July (i. Charles' H Moyer,' president of the International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers today declared that the I. W. W. is in control of the local union at Bisbce, Ariz., and that the charter of tho local will be revoked within 48 hours. "Wo assume no responsibility for the action of that local. That is what I telegraphed Governor Campbell," Moy er declared. "Wo are going to revoke that charter just as soon as I can get a man down there to check up their books." Strike Called Today. Jerome, Ariz., July 0. Metal mine workers of the I. W. W. organization have called a strike for 3 p. m. today. Demands identical with those of the I. W. W. organization at Globe and Bis bee a six hour day and many working "reforms" have been presented to the United Verde Mining company. Miners of the regular miners' union here are working amicably with Hie mining companies. . - Discuss Labor Troubles. Couer d'Alc-ne, Idaho, July ti. Labor troubles growing out of I. W. W. activ ities in eastern Washington and the t X X A Public Letter FRIENDS: I desire through this medium to announce that I have purchased Mr. Isidore Brick's interest in the firm of Brick Brothers, and from now on the CLOTHING, HAT, SHOE - and FURNISHING BUSINESS conducted at State and Liberty Streets, Salem, will be under my personal management, and run under the firm name of BENJAMIN BRICK. ... ij,, It shall be my policy, as in the past, to con duct this business in an open manner, and to the mutual benefit of my customers and myself. No one purchasing anything at my store can do so and be dissatisfied with their purchase, for I will always willingly be pleased to exchange any article or re- -fund your money. Nothing fairer can be expected or asked of a merchant, and the slogan BRICK BROTHERS always used . will be continued: ."We Absolutely Guar antee Every Purchase." I trugt my many friends will continue to do their purchasing at my store, and to those who have never tried trading at our corner, all I can say is that we do a cash business, and you can readily realize the merchant that does a cash business can give you bet-. ter value for less money. v , I will be pleased to welcome you all, and I hope to see you soon, Yours for honorable dealings, . Beniamsn Brick NOTICE BRICK BROTHERS' SALE CLOSES TOMORROW (SATURDAY) M M M M M j tm!limi,Sini!IDr, Saull Pf Irr. M ureal in ttery UlRtI I 11 ADTFro y J 'BUTTLE 1 As Age Advances the Liver Requires occasional alight atimulation. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS correct CONSTIPATION. Genuine . bears signature Colorless or Pale Faces TSSlTSnflZlriSXSt Carter's Iron Mils Idaho Fauhandle aro being considered here today at a meeting of the Idaho state council of defense, 25 lumbermen and logging operators and Lieutenant Governor Parker. , After John McGraw New York, July 6. Just what it was John J. McGraw, manager of the Giants, repudiated when ho signed a denial of interviews attacking Govern or Tener will be thrached out today in the ottices ot the iNatioiial league. Whether McGraw really said tho things the newspapers of New York, attrib uted to him will be brought out for the public. Sell it Journal classified ad way. ADVERTISED LETTERS Advertised July 3, 1917. Bartholomew,'. Mrs. R. A.; Coon, Win, 1).; Cormier, Mrs. Hallie; Cory, Miss J. G.i Nemiie. Francis: Knplis 'An Ruin;- Gauntt, W. C'.j Green, Mr, and Mrs. .1. (3); Hay.den, Rev. Herbert B.j J-lilJ, jinx; .lanseen, Mrs. Henrv; Johnson, Mr. H. O.: Jolv. 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