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THE DAILi CAPITAL JOUBNAL. 'RM, ORfcuo.., FRIDAY, DEC. 8, 19916.
It is a vital question.
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You can do so buy trading at the Far
mers' Cash Store on High Street, oppo
site the Court House.
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New York, Dee. 8 Following an op
em! ion at the Presbyterian hospital,
Mm. Mary Warden Darkness, widow oi
Charles V. Darkness, the .Standard Oil
magnet, died early today. The opera
lion was performed Inst week after a
trip by Mrs. Darkness from lier home in
Madison, N. J.
The appraisal of the estate of Charles
Y. Ilarkness in New York alone wai
made publie only yesterday, giving it
aluc of 49,ai!,(101. Darkness' will
gao Mrs. Harknesj $12,151.029.
Seattle, Wash., Dec. 8. Folks here
slipped and slopped to work tins morn
ing through the slush following the
reason's first snow. It started at
o'clock last night, blanketed the city
With two inches and then turned into
rain. The weather man says it was a
"freak." He had predicted rain.
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a VS-' v -J
reaturUii Viola Dana appearing at the
Oretron tneatre unciay una monany i
?KK3T w yaffil
Swollen Ankles and Feet Are
Indications of Kidney Trouble
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Medical Discovery," and his "Favorite Prescription," universally known as an
invigorator for womanly ills.
A different person daily offers his or her words of praise of Anurie." Now
Mrs. John Reardou speaks:
''For over ten years I have been bothered with a menacing kidney trouble.
My back ached constantly. Had rheumatic pains through the limbs and knees.
My hands and feet both puffed up in a sort of a dropsical way. In spite of
many remedies I used I obtained no results. Just lately I read of "Anurie"
ia our daily papers, so used the remedy. The results have been beneficial."
Simply step into the drug store and ask for a 30c package of "Anurie," or
end 10c to Dr. Pierce for trial package.
Smith Identified As Man Who
Placed Powder On Barge
Sun Francisco, Dec. 7. The possible I
connection of Louis J. Smith, star 850,000 acres of arid land in seventeen
government witness, with the explosion states received the benefits of dcvel
at Seattle of a barge of dvnamite in- Ped stored, distributed and delivered
tended for uso by Russian soldiers, was irrigation water during tho past year
iZTrly "T1 t0.d" dUri"?- ,he ,llrou6h ,hc "ts of tho reclamation
trial of German Consul General Franz ,.,.; f, c .i i l . ... , .
Uopp and attaches of his office charged i"U f..,1,e l"1'1"""'' the inter
with conspiracy to violiato American I '7' (ayf, th """l" ?p0tt t0 c"8rMS
neutrality. of Secretary Lane today.
Jack Engcn, of Tacoma, testified I Jnv"''" the country wore active
that in May, 1915, a man giving thel L0I( '0,303 applications for
name of Walter Brown auoeared at his 1 1'" .e" civ' ".the patent office
lodging house, iilO Fernando street,
. . . i
lacoinn, and sought a room.
"Js this the uianf' asked X'nited
States District Attorney 1'reston, point
ing to Smith.
"It is," Kngcn replied.
This identification is considered im
portant by the prosecution, as it traces
Smith to the vicinity of Seattle just
before tho barge explosion.
For the first time since tho trial
opened, ('. C. Crowley, former detective
for the German consul, Mrs. W. W.
Cornell and Lieutenant Baron Wilhelm
Von Brincken, co-defendants of Bopp,
figured in tho testimony. Messages
which passed between Crowley in Ta
coma and Mrs. Cornell, were introduced
and Mis, Mary Tearcc, telephone oper-!
' ator at tho I'icadilly apartments, testi-l
fied regarding calls that came from i
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iirs. women ior von rim cxei . inc
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mesaane alleged hale been sent toiX-,?. .
"ornell Xrom Tacoma was read. ' u i e",llov; of
t ,the Hercules Powder company at l'oi;-
' "Von has learned your friend told '
everything. Wire." ,
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feTiei t0 thh9 renortcd confession l.v:?""'1- 8 declared that Smith helped
e..,uv " to load on the barge atterwards blown
Tne government also presented a ;
Swollen ankles and feet are forms
of a dropsical condition, due to dis
ordered kidneys. .Naturally when
the kidneys are deranged the blood
is filled with poisonous waste mat
tcr, which settles in the feet, ankles;
and wrists; or under the eyes in
''It is just as necessary to keep
the kidneys acting properly as to
keep the bowels active," says an
eminent physician. When one is i
sick tne first tning to De dono is to
thoroughly test the kidney secretions.
The very best possible way to take
care of yourself is to take a little
' Anurie" with the meals. In this way
it is Vadily dissolved with the,, food, picked
up by tho blood and finally reaches the
kidneys, where it has a tonic effect in re
building these organs. . "
"Anurie" was recently discovered by Dr.
Pierce, of Buffalo, X. V.; it has been
thoroughly tested in his labora
tory as well as in his invalids'
Hotel. Everyone can quickly as
sociate Dr. Pierce with his great
rerbal restorative tonic, ''Golden
You Think of?
Water Put On Lands and
Nearly Twenty Million
Washington, Dec. 8. A total of
itnn im'ronest nr u-ij Am.
Of this number 4i,133 wero granted.
'Ihe general land office did the
proverbial "land office business," al
lowing during tho fiscal year origin'il
entries of public and indian lands for
i an area or i,U43,ir!!.2 acres as
lagainst Di,Nil,214.63 acres in ISMS,
j Tho bureau of pensions paid out
$l.r9,rr,,)S9.2 in pensions and there
were on me roil ar tne end or tlie year
709,572 names, a net loss of 3S,575
from the begiuning of the year.
telegram w hich it is alleged Smith sent
i from Tacoma to Crowley in this city,
j It read;
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nev that. this luessnue referred in nn
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,offolt t0 la"t a liomb on board the
oe' testified that Smith, when he
sought work there, asked to be put at
work where dynamite was made and
"P u .attl0- th shipment of ex-
ii1""'" imcuueu jr use v itiissui.
:. - 7jihiii cupicu me nussiun diameters on
I tho boxes, be said.
Admit Smith's Employment,
San Francisco, Dec. 7. Counsel forj
I lie uctense in tJio trial of Franz Bopp,
German consul general here, and his
associates charged with violating the
neutrality of the I'nited States, sprang
a surprise here today when they own-
ly admitted that both Louis .1. Smith
and Charles C. Crowley, alleged plot-
ters, were employed bv the imperial
German consulate here.
Theodore Koche, attorney for liopp,
declared that these two men were
hired as confidential agents to secure
information on shipments of munitions
to enemies of Germany. Koche admit
ted that tho two alleged plotters were
sent to Tacoma to secure information
which was later sent by the German
embassy to the state department to
show that the neutrality of this coun
try was being violated.
At today's session of the Trial the
government continued its effort to
show thnt the activities of Crowley
and Smith wero not confined merely
to getting information but that Smith
was responsible for the explosion of
the bomb which wrecked a barge in
Seattle harbor which was laden with
powder for Russia.
Portland, Ore., Dec. 8. The sum of
350,H00 cash figured in the sale of the
Portland Hippodrome theatre building,
it was announced today. The Xntionui
Bank of Commerce, Seattle, is under
stood to have sold it to Portland inter
ests represented by Max Houser, a
wealthy grain dealer.
Washington, Deo. 8. Classing some
railroads of the past with "highway
robbers" former Secretary of State
Bryan today' declared federal control
of railroads will bring into national
politics "a corruptive force greater
than we have ever known."
Bryan was testifying at his own re
quest before the Xcwlnnds joint con
gressional committee investigating
"'The fact that the railroads ask for
it is couclusivie proof federal control is
not intended for greater regulation,"
Brvan declares, "and every congress
man would be subjected to it. The
means to secure nominations and elec
tions would be given to hiin."
Bryan said federal control would
tempt congressmen, would make every
election a fight between tho railroads
and the people and would break down
Bryan came out flatly for govern
incut regulation of railroad enpitaliza
tion including bond issues but op
posed government ownership.
L aereonallv. can't say I desire
government ownership," he said. "I
lean to the individual idea rather than
the collective. I believe in individual
ownership except where competition is
, Questioned by Senntor Newlands,
'Some of the railroads havte been
guilty of things that would bring dis
credit on an ordinary highway rob
ber." A railroad, said Bryan, should be
permitted just enough revenue to keep,
its stock at par, -'as staDie as govn-
nient bonds." If its dividends raised
tho value of the stock by ten per cent,
he said the revenues ought to be do
creased. "Don't you think, Mr. Bryan, that
the people love and admire the rail
roads! " asked Representative Alam
son. "You put it a little stronger than 1
would," Bryan replied.
'! think they separate some officials
from the railroads they love."
Foresters of America
Elect Their Officers
l At the meeting held last evening ot
Court Sherwood Forest, No. 19, Forest
ers of America, officers for tho fol
lowing year were elected as follows:
Past Chief A. D. Welsh.
Chief Banger C. J. Beach.
Sub-Chief Waldo Miller.
Treasurer I- W. Jorgensen.
Financial Secretary W. P. Ringlo.
Recording Secretary B. H. Leiuville.
Lecturer II. D. Hartwoll.
Senior Woodward C. C. Walker.
Junior Woodward C. W Thompson.
Senior Beadle Richard Westacott.
Junior Beadle K. G. Hall.
Trustee George A. Schultz.
Court Physicians Dr. O. B. MilesUnd
Dr. W. S. ilott.
Court Physician F. G. Rosenberg.
A meeting will be held next Thursday
when the families of the members of the
lodge will be invited to attend and a
special program arranged for their en
tertainment. Rickreall Items
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Rickreall, Dec. 7 A very exciting
basket ball game was played between
the Kickreall team and a tea mt'rom
Independence at the school gym last
Friday uilit resulting in a victory for
Kickreall. The score was Hi to 3.
The orchestra gave another of their
enjoyable dances on Friday night.
The ljidus Aid held a fancy work
bazaar and served a light lunch Satur
day night, which netted them over fif
Our normal students, Verena I.ncns.
Mabel ( raven and Glen Brown returned
to their school Sunday,
I Mrs. Minnie Vernon and children,
Xedra and John, visited at the Forest
j Craven home undny. returning to their
home in McMinnville Monday.
Carl Lowr.v and sister, Miss Viola,
are spending several days visiting at
the Davis home near Salem.
Mrs. Wm. Black is confined to the
house with an acute attack of rheuma
tism. Miss Grace Porter has resigned her
position as teacher in the Kickreall
school to accept a position in the, coun
ty superintendent 's office when the
newly elected Crowley goes into office.
Xo one has as yet been secured to take
Then you must know that
sickness leaves weakness and
you should commence taking
to put an edge on your appetite,
put power in your blood, induce
resttui sleep and restore
your nerve force. Scott's
is a true tonic-food which is
free from alcohoL
NEW TODAY ADS WILL BE
read in the Journal in all live
if Marion county homes Try 'em.
Washington, Dec. 8. A "condemna
tion" message from Cardinal Gibbons
nnd deunucia'tion also of suffrage for
women by Elihu Root, marked this af
ternoon's sesion of the National Asso
ciation Opposed to Woman Suffrage.
The cardinal 's messngo was read -toy
Monsignor Russell, recenlly appointed
archbishop by the pope.
"The paramount influence which wo
man exerts as queen of the domestic
kingdom," read Cardinal Gibbon's mes
sage, "where she reigns, not by force,
but by (persuasion, not by statute law,
but by the law of love engrnved m her
heart, forces me to believe her condi
tion would liot be improved if she en
tered into the arena of polities."
The cardinal said insistence of the
right to vote would "rob woman of all
that is amiable, tender and attractive
and give her nothing in return but nins
euline boldness and effrontery."
"Woman is queen," and "her em
pire is the democratic domestic king
dom," the -cardinal held.
"The gdeatest political triumphs
should pale into insignificance compar
ed with tho glory she radiates from
the domestic shrines and she illumines
and warms by her congual and omther
"I regard 'womans rights' women
and leaders of the new school of female
progress, as the worst enemies of the
Falls City News Items
(Capital Journal Special Service )
Falls City, Ore., Deo. 8. Cliff Pugh,
the loganberry juice manufacturer,
made a business trip to Portland last
R. 0. Brown, of Baker City, has pur
chased what is known as the Rhoda
barger place of eight acres east part
of the city, in East View addition, and
will move his family there as soon as
O. Sowers, one time prosperous mer
chant, an old time resilient of this place,
died at the Dallas hospital last week
after an oueration. The body was
brought here nnd wns buried in the Odd
Fellows' cemetery Sunday afternoon.
J. O. Miukelsou, real estate dealer, re
ports the sale of two of the city proper
ties belonging to the Lanniu estate of
Portland during the week. Several oth
er properties have been rented lately.
The freshman class of the Falls City
high school gave a party in Selig's hall
Friday night. Some of tho seniors were
present and all had a jolly good time
and did ample justico to a bounteous
W. II. Beard, of Portland, has pur
chased in the Hank of rails City that
was owned by H. E. Williams and W. F.
Nickels and took charge December 1.
Mr. Beard was formerly in tho banking
business nt Selhveod. Ho moved his
family and household effects and has
become a resident of our city. j
Mr. Goodspeed, from Philomath, hns
purchased the 1. aiming property north
of the city school building, and will i
occupy it at once ns a permanent resi-'
A. Smith, of Woodburn, has moved j
into the Guire residence to live !"i'iug,
the winter. j
M. L. Thompson, for 1 years treasurer i
of Falls City, has resigned his position;
and Edward White line' keen elected to j
succeed him. The new treasurer is as- i
sistant cashier of the Falls City bank. !
Malinger Ellison, of the electric light
plant, and ex .Mayor F. K. Hubbard
made a business trip to Dallas Thurs-1
day. I l . I
The four sawmills near Fulls City are
busy cutting lumber every day now,
end it is expecteil that the big mill will
start sawing soon. The planer was start
ed Monday to take care of the lumber
that is being fluined down from mill
E. Sowers, of Spokune, Wash., is in
the city this week strnighteiiin up the
affairs of his father's estate. 1
The youngest man ever elected t
the state legislature, of any slate in
the union, is Hurl . (loode of Cortland,
son of Uev. .1. A. (ioode, nephew of
Mrs. W. II. Kiison of Aumsville. We
should lie proud of Kail's lirilliant suc
cess, at the age of 21. lie is a Stay
ton boy, having lived here a number
of years. Mis father taught in the Stay
ton schools, also ut West Stayton and:
Aumsville. His family is well and fav
orahly known by many of Stayton V
residents, lie is also a cousin of V. A
Goode of Stayton. Stayton Mail. j
COLLINS & LEA
"Watch the Finish"
No Raise THE OREGON
111 PriCCS WHERE THE CROWDS GO
Returns All Checks
Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 8. Wrapped !
in a white paper package and addressed'
in indelible pencil, $13,700 in checks, I
n part of the loot taken from the Wells
Fargo money wagon in Los Angeles :
near Sixth street Thursday morning,;
were returned by mail to the cashier j
of the First Xntionnl bank early to-;
Tho package had been mailed at aj
downtown post box. Postoffice inspec
tors are investigating.
According to the latest figures giv
en out by Wells Fargo officials, a to
tal of 19S.")0 was stolen bv the bandit.!
the loss in moneVreuching a total of:
between $5,000 and $7,000. It is be-!
licved that till the checks stolen were i
returned in the package mailed the.
ST. PAUL ITEMS
St. Prtul, Dec. 4. Last Monday even
ing tho Business Men 's club was
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
THE BEST THESE IS IN
Phone 81 Prompt Service
jj Today and Tomorrow j
See Owen Moore as an Amer
ican 'Aviator in the French
Salem's Only Vaudeville Show
WM. S. HART
Judith of the
Matinee . . iuc
Evening . . 15c
organized. After adopting the con
stitution und by-laws tho" following of
ficers 'wero elected: Pres., D. L, an
de Wide; vice pres., Peter MeDonuM;
recording secretary, Dr. It, Deluney;
eoricsponding secretary, Alois Kebn ;
treasurer, J. C. Kummor; directors
I). M. Krechter and R. K. Kirk; re
ception committee, E. It. Nelson, C. K.
Bernard and H. X Waltz; trunspnr'a
tinn committee, C E. Bernard, K. If.
Xelson. P. McDonald, R. E. Kirk ami
Alois Keber. There was also a com
mitteo appointed to see to furnishing
and equipping the club room, consist
ing of E. It. .Nelson, A. J. Rich and C.
Owing to sonic misunderstanding be
tween the slur mail route carrier I'm'
St. l'nul and some of his friends ab
Donald, St. I'nul's mail service has been
pretty badly crippled of late. It is
a pretty serious proposition when indi
viduals block the 1;. S. mail on ac
count of some petty family quarrels.
Iluttcrmaker llernnrd snvs the vol
ume of cream being received at the St.
1'liul Creamery is on the gain and some
days taxes the churning capacity to
The S. M i it on , F. It. Cnlcmnn nnd C.
A. IVIIand lots of hops have recently
liicii marketed, going via bout.
The unction sab ut the I'. O. Gra
ham place on Wednesday, Nov. L'Otti,
imis fairly well attended and quite sat
isfactory with the exception of the
stock, which went very cheap. W. C.
Dunn, our own auctioneer, seemed to
keep things pretty lively. Wuodliurn
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