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DAILY CAPITAL JOTJRNAL, SALEM, OBXOOK, THUBSDA7, DECEMBEB 4, 1913.
AC2 T32KX tDMITID PBBS1 IWD Will. Manhattan, Kan., Deo. 4. Last sum mer ' drought proved .a big boost to scientific farming. "When the dry heat began to wither the corn, the agricul tural college authorities advised imme diate construction of silos and the hun dreds of farmers who followed their ad vice not only saved their crops but are sow converted to the use of the silos. Then, too, the dry weather furnished an excellent proof of what scientific farming would do. Those who farmed in accordance withe the scientifically ac cepted methods, but did not cut their corn, produced a partial yield. Those who refused to adopt modern methods had no crop at all. This contract was of course most evident in the counties where the state maintains demonstra tion farms. Further proof of the awak ening effect of the drought is seen in the fact that attendance at the farm institutions this year has shown an in crease 170 per cent over that ofc 1912. THE ROUND-UP. tMMMMMM : Mill NOTES !! Portland is to have a wireless station established by the Marconi Wireless company as soon as a site can be se cured. J. N. Teal, otf Portland, Is boosting Clyde B. Atchison for appointment as a member of the Interstate Commerce commission. The Dalles had a fire Tuesday that for a while threatened the destruction of the city, but that by hard work was confined! to the basement of the big building, the Voigt, in which it started. The month of November was an un usually wet one in Astoria. The rain fall for the month waah 12.00 inchos. Captain John B. Pickernell, for years a captain on the lower Columbia steam boats died at his home in Astoria Tues day, after a short illness. Trod B. Beals was selected mayor of Tillamook at the election Monday. a Mrs. V. V. Sutton, of Koseburg, at tempted to dpir)mit suicide Monday night, by taking bichloride of mercury. She is in the hospital, and is in a pre carious condition.. Unhappy domestic relations was the cause. Harrisburg will vote on the wet or dry proposition hwet Monday The tango goes in Portland, the Tteeper of morals having decided that as danced by the elite is all right and perfectly proper but as tangoed by the common hord it is taboo, or should be. .And his namo is Flock. Charging that his brother, E. Holder, laa robbed him of $5,000, H. E. Hold en of Oregon City went to the formor's house Tuesday and fired a shot through the window at him. Ho was arrestod by a Portland dotectlve who was pass ing and turned over to the police. The Portland Railway Light and Pow er company has obtained a temporary injunction from Judge Bean of the "United States court, restraining the Portland city officials from enforcing the ordinance requiring the sale of six tickotg for 25 cents. With several blows from an ax, some- one struck, down John Reildy, 00 years old, a laborer, as he was carrying In -wood In front of a Chinese fish stoTe at 71 Fourth street, North Portland Tues day night. When the police arrived In answer to the calls of frightened Chi nese, who had seen the crime. Rodily lay dead with his head stove in und the blowly ax lying beside him, but the man who committed the murder had flod. for Portland Saturday where they will visit for several days. Father O 'Farrel returned Sunday from Medford where he spent Thanksgiving with friends. Mrs. C. Sapp and son of Portland, spent the week-end with Mrs. Coon, of Woodburn. Father Schaner, of Brooks, is visit ing friends in town this week. Lester Wilkens who is attending 6. A. C. spent Thanksgiving' vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Nohl. Miss Helen Nehl returned to Corvallis Sunday, where she is attending O. A. C, after spending several days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Nehl. Miss Zeta McCormick returned Sun day after visiting several days with friends at St. Paul. Rose McCormick, who is attending school at Aurora, visited several days this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. McCormick. C. T. Mudge, of Eugene spent Thanks giving with friends at Woodburn. Raymond Glatt, of the University of Oregon, at Eugene, spent several days with his parents last week. Misses Hazel and Aletha Bitney en tertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. Brunoll, who is attending the U. of O. at Eugene. Miss Lake Floenor, of Portland, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. L. Flee nor last week. Mrs. W. Durrant went to Portland Friday where she will undergo an op eration for appendicitis. Lester Durrell and wife, of Portland, are the guosts of his mother, Mrs; C. Durrell. Mrs. E. Domes and Mrs. L. Smith of Portland, are the guests of their where she is attending mother, Mrs. Muscot this week. I B. Eced was a Salem visitor week. Mrs. L. Barber, of Portland, is the' guest of Mrs. H. Brown. J. Millsap, of Portland, transacted business in Woodburn Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Mills were intertained at dinner Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dunlap. Rota Snydor, of Glondale is visiting Miss Ruth Gilbertson this week. Leta Bcuts, of Aurora, was the guest of Miss LoiB Bcobe the later part of last week. Miss Eva Libby entortained n number of her friends Friday evening, tlie time was pleasantly spent in music and con- Nehl, Sun- Tersation, after which a dolicious lunch was served by the hostess. ThoBe pros- Woodburn, Or., Dec. 4. (Special.) Mrs. R. H. Knight and son, of Portland, visited friends in, Woodburn Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hendricks who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hendricks for the past week returned to their home at Eugene Tues day. 1 - ' has and Leon Randall, of Salem, spent the week-end with friends in Woodburn. Chauncy Yoder, of Hubbard, was a Woodburn visitor Friday and Saturday. C. Crosby, of Portland, spent Satur day and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby. Frank Borst, of Seattle, was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bink ley. ' L. Brown, of Salem, spent Saturday and Sunday at Woodburn. Misses Carrie and Jennie Christensen eutertained at dinner Sunday in honor of H. Heindenreich, of Eugene. Wm. Nibler was a Gervais visitor Saturday. , ' Miss Anna Asboe, who was formerly a clerk at the Meyers' store in Salem haB excepted a position at Goodale and Drake's store at Woodburn. She will take the place of Miss Berdina Richard, who resigned Saturday. N. S. Nehl was a Portland visitor Sunday. Blanche Mack visited friends at Port land Sunday, H, M. Triplett spent the week-end with friends and relations at Portland. Miss Gladys Warner who spent the vacation with her parents returned to Salem Sunday hool. Miss Ida Nehl was in Portland on business Wednesday. Dave DuBoise viBitod friends at Port land Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Bonnoy, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bonney for the past month returned to their home in Vancouver, Washing ton Sunday. Miss Helen Scollard of West Wood burn was the guest of Miss Sadie Rich ard, Sunday. C. Richard, of Canby, spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Richard. N. P. Hoff, of Corvallis, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. S, day. E. Dogtiire,' of Silverton, was the ent were: Miss Lois Hallor, Miss Myrt guest of Miss Graco Bomhof f, Sunday. le Olson, Miss Milly Walker, Miss Ada Willard Cole returned to the U. of O. i'Dimmick, Miss Mildrod Simmons, Ray- at Eugene Sunday after spending thumond Simmons, Robert Simmons, Chas, AVY4Y YOUR GLASSES "The statement is made that thou sands wear eyeglasses who do lot real ly need them. If yon are one of these unfortunates, than these glasses may be ruining your eyes instead of helping them. Thousands who wear these "win dows" may prove for themselves that the can dispense with glasses if the will get the following prescriptioa fill ed at once. Go to any active drug store and get a bottle of Optoma, fill a two-ounce bottle with water and drop in one Optoma tablet. With this harm less liquid solution hatha the eye two to four times daily and you are like ly to be astonished at the results right from the start. Many who har been told that they have astigmatism, eye strain, cataract, sore eye-lids, weak eyes, conjunctive and other eye dis orders, report wonderful benefits from the use of this free prescription. Get this prescription filled and use it; yon may so strengthen your eyes that glass- es will not be necessary. Thousands who are blind or nearly so, or who wear glasses would never have required them if they had cared for their eyes in time. Save your eyes' before it is too late! Do not become one of these victims of neglect. Eye-glasses are only like crutches and every few years they must be changed to fit the ever-increas ing weakened condition, so better see if you can, like many others, get clear, healthy, strong magnetic eyes through the prescription here given. We meet any and all sale prices. Everything in the store at re- duced prices with the exception of contract goods. Our Holiday Showing is bigger and better than ever before Kant Krack Dolls Have you seen these dolls that are built for wear and carry a guarantee not to break for one year. Come in and Bee demonstration of them. All reduced. . .QUALITY , ' j TjL0y KtRCHANDISE Leather Goods A big showing of leather goods in traveling bags, suit cases, hand bags, card cases, playing card sets, jewel boxes, fitted cases, etc., in the best of leather. All at reduced prices. POPULAf IfStllTT STRUT BCTWttN STATC- ft COU8T PRICES M1 last Thanksgiving vacation at the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Colo. Linn Farr, who is attending the uni versity of Orogon, was the guest of his parents during the vacation. Miss E. Kauffman, who has been in California for the past three months, returned to Woodburn last week. A. McDonald returned to Portland last week, where ho will stay a short time before going to Seattle. H. White, who has lived in Wood- burn the past year, left this week for Portland, where ho expects to remain for the winter. Dan Mc.Mahan, of Oregon City, is visiting friends in town this week. Mr. McLaughlin, of Corvallis, who has bcon visiting friondB here for several days returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, of Portland, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Coon, of Woodburn. Mrs. A. Smalley and daughter left I Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevei It is not. the president's fault that congress was not through with two big jobs, tariff and currency, and ready to adjourn weeks ago; as It easily might have been. DR. T. FELIX GOURACD'S ORIENTAL CREAM OK MAGICAL BEALT1FIER lUtnovM Tan, flmplM, KrncklM, Mth Klein Huh, and bkm IflirM ton nvflrr Ditmiu nn Ixwuitf, 1 tl Am rltrcltnn, II fata tUxx! lb Iwt of w Tirt. and Vl lo hftruileM wt luuii lotHtHurtlt ll proirr)T until. AocDt no ooutitpf hit of ftltiiUM immt. Dr. L. a fUvr Mil. to I Itvff of lh hmit. t"ti (a outrun: "Ai 74i IftdlM wlU U IbMB I fttflimmfinc HlvamwiTH Crm m tt litM hMtnfu. of H u tkln nrvpsmMloon." JMr mlt by til rlMHntrtj Wid Fnoj (HHKk. Drt lb tDfl UBltM EH41M, UMlMft UXI AW!) (ClQJ.HOimrrc, 37 firnt km Slrtet Ivtnt 1 Kuntz, Willard Bonnoy, Grant Simms and hostess. ' Geo. Richard, of Portland, was the guest 'of his parents over Sunday. W. Stoolhammer, of Silverton, spent Saturday and Sunday with frionds. at Woodburn. M. Morton, of Portland, spent Sat urday at Woodburn with friends. Miss Avon McKinney spent Sunday with friends at Silverton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wicklander and children, of Salem, spent Thanks giving with Mrs. Wicklandor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Schram. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sottlomeior and Miss Elonor Garter, enjoyed Thanks giving dinner in Portland as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Garrow and son, of Portland, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kmmett. Mr. and Mrs. John Yodor, of Snyria, delightfully entertained at dinner on Thursday. Covers wore laid for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bunting, Mrs. J. L. Bunting of Colleg Spring, Iowa, and host and hostess. Mr, and Mrs. Goodale entertained at Thanksgiving dinner and covers were laid for Mr. nnd Mrs. Wclby Stevens, of Portland; Mrs. Emoly Btcavena, of Springfiold, Oregon and host and host- Lorin Giesy, of Aurora, attended the concert by the U. of O. Olee club given here Saturday night. Albert and Mayme Gillette, of Eu gene visited with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Gillette Saturday. MiBS Nina Runkle, of Portland, en joyed the concert given here Saturday night by the U. of O. Glee club. Miss Nellie Binkloy was a charming hostess Wednesday night when she en tortained at a card and dancing rmrty at her home on Cleveland evenue. Dur ing the evening several piano selections were well rendered by MisB Hazel Bit noy and Robert Borst who wore guests. At a late hour dainty refreshments wore served by the hostess assisted by her siBter, Mrs. W. T. Jenkins, and Misses Aletha Bitney, Ida Nehl and Ethol Bon noy. The invited guests wore: Miss Leta Bents of Aurora, Oregon, Miss Anna Gortsel, of Portland, Miss Lais Boebe, Miss Avon, McKinnoy, Miss Dolla Beck, Miss Hazel Bitney, Miss Lila Jorman, Miss Gladys Binkloy and Mrs. W. T. Jenkins, Robert Boist, of of Seattle, Austin Brownell, of Eugeno, Norton Cowdin, of Eugone, All. Beck, Ray McKinnoy, Gilbert Coles, Lynn Parr, W. T. Jenkins, and Willard Coles. Several of the girls helped Misses Nellie and Gladys Binkloy entertain at the Binkloy home Saturday evening in honor of several members, of the Dolto Tan Dolta Frnt, of the Univer sity of Orogon. The evoning was spont playing cards and dancing, during the evening Bert Jardard and Norton Cow din delighted the guests with several of their Instrumental selections. lien or' Hiendonrich sang several solos, and four mombors of the Glee clug who were nonor guests, Bang soveral quartets which was highly ajlproc.iatod by all present. At a late hour an olegant buffet lunch was sorvod. The invited guests wore: Misses Aletha Bitney, Lois Boobs, Lila Jennan, Avon McKin noy, Hazol Bitney, Jonath Christonson, Ida Nnhl, Carrio Christonson, Sadie Rithard, Ruth Gilbortson, Dolla Bock, Nora Heck, Fern Tarr, who is attending collego at CorvalliB was an honor guest, "Nollie Binkloy 'and MIhs Gladys Bink loy. Messrs Carl Alloman, Wayo Gill, Gone Richoy, Goo. Bruno, Al Bock, Roy McKinney, Gilbert Coles. The mem bors of the Delta Tan Delta of Eugene who were honor guohts are tho follow Miss Avon McKinney spent the week end with Silverton frionds. Mr. and Mrs. Art Guiss and children spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Patten, of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Bent Killln accompan ied Mrs. Walt Durant to Portland Fri day. Nollie Broylos spent Wednesday with her Aunt Mrs. M. Wolfard at Silvorton while there she attended the dance. Daisy Mulkey who is ging to Bchool in Salom, spent Thanksgiving here with Anna Simpson. Violet McCloan, of Salem spent the week-end with her Woodburn frionds Mius Marion Dawkins spent Monday in Salem, the guest of Nora Shumway. Mrs. Tom Hunt and baby of Broad acres, spent Friday in Woodburn shop ping. Mrs. E. P. Marcom dolightfully entor toinod at tha Saturday afternoon, Miss Daisy Mulkey, Miss Violet McLean, of Salom, Miss Anna Simeon of Port land, Miss Muble Simpson and Mrs. Frank Settlomier. Mrs. Susan Livcsley entortained Sat urday at a splendidly appointed lunch eon. Covers wero laid, for the mombors of tho Kappoe Klatch. The lunch was served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Poorman. Mrs. W. J. Johnson entertained with a bridge party at her home on Lincoln avenue Saturday. Tho house was prettily arrayed with chrysanthemums. At a late hour dainty refreshments were sorvod by the hostess. Thoso present wore: Mrs. L. M. Bitnoy, MrB. Rob Scott, Mrs. F. M'. Sottlomior, O. Good alo, Mrs. O. P. Overton, Mrs. E. G, 'Emmott, Mrs. W. S(,eveus, of Spring- fiold, and Mrs. Fred Doso. Mr. and Mrs. Walby Stovons and children of Springfield were delight fully ontertnlned at dlnnor Thursday at the home of Mrs. Emily Stevens. Jock Morrison, of Portland, spont Buiulny at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Shrom. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Emmott ontortain- ed at dinner Thursday in honor of ing: Lynn I'arr, Austin Hrownoll, lieu- Mr. ami Mrs. J. G. Garrow and son, of Lrv lliondonrlch. S. Fort Millor, E, Portland. Covers wore laid for: Mr. ' Phillips, Brt Gardard, Norton Gov Willard Coles, and Willard Shaver. Miss Dorthy Lowery who is attending Washington High at Portland, spent the Thanksgiving with her mother at Broad- acres. Ralph Jackson, who is attending the Washington high school at Portland, spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr and Mrs J. R Jackson. Austin Brownell, of Eugene, Bpent the past week in Woodburn as the guest of Lynn Parr and Willard Cole. Fern Parr, who it attending colloge at Corvallis, Oregon, returned to school Saturday after a week's visit with her parents. llonery Hiendonrich, of Eugene, spent the weok-end with Mr. and Mrs. ChriBt Geo. Kissick, of Broadacros spont Thursday in Woodburn. Norton Cowdin who is attending the U. of O. at Eugene spont Saturday with "Woodburn friends. E. Phillips, of Eugene, spent Saturday in Woodburn. Miss Ida Kissick attonded the dance at Broadttcros Saturday night. monthly, have been expelled from Cor nell university, it was announced last night, because of the objectionable charactor of "tomptation number" of the Widow issued several weeks ago. Five thousand copies of the issue were, printed. They sold out rapidly, netting, it is said, $2000. The student body is aroused over the dismissal of Parker and Johnston,! both of whom are students in the col lege of arts and sciences and are) popular in the student community. Their class standing was excellent and thoy were to have been graduated next June. Thoy have appealed to the stu dent committee, composed of faculty members, for reinstatement. EDITORS OF "CORNELL WIDOW" ARB EXPELLED EN1TSD FBSSS LBASID Will. Ithaca, N. Y., Doc. 4. Austin G. Par ker, of Ilolona, Mont., and Archibald B. Johnston, of Pittsburg, editor in chief and art editor, respectively, of the Cor nell Widow, the colloge humorous CATS AT THE SHOW. OKITID FBSSS LIABIO WIBS.J 1 Now York, Doc. 4. Tabbies of high: dogrce from many sections of the East and Middle West today purred, and. moowod tholr approval of admiring throngs who attonded the opening of the Empire Poultry Association's cat show. ' MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR children; AOartataRalMteiraTMrliikama. I nor A it r a, na l mi' KtMUboltuits. 4, OLMSTK0.lni7if.. Tnuio Murk GRAND OPERA HOUSE, SAT. DEC. G JOHN CORT prMat. r?r ANNA HELD T All Star Variete Jubilee 'THE GREATEST CONSTELLATION OF LUMINARIES ON ANY STAGE THE ULTRA VIVACIOUS ANNA HELD i and Mrs. J. G. Oarrow and son, H. A, Cornoll, Miss Lillian Cornell, Fred Cor nell, and host and hostess. Mr. and Mm. F. C. l'oorman, enter tained with a Thanksgiving dlnnor. Miss Morene Diiirernoss. of Silvorton , thoso enjoying tho feast wore: Mr. and ! l"al can"c . . ... .... i ti r. a i i,... .i f ! Catarrh Cure, """'"V - F. PHRN1CT A CO.. To!do. O. lusan Llvosley, W. Poorman, Mr. and I We, the umlur.lnnert, hv. known F. J. Cowdin, How's This? Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's spent Friday at the home of Ethol Bou ncy 's. Dr. J. L. Hhoroy went to Portland whore he called on Mrs. Walt Durant who is ill at tho Good Samaritan hos pital. Wisyne Gill spent Thanksgiving In Portland with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Gill. Mm. T. C. Poorman. Miss Anna Gortsol, of Portland, was returned home after several days visit with Lois Boebo. ' Huhhort Kollins, of Portland, was the gutst of his uncle W. Bontley Wednes day and Thursday. Ch.nvy for th lnat 15 y.ars, and bnllava him perfectly honorabf. In all business trane-fictionfl and financially abla to curry out any obligations made by lit firm. NATIONAL BANK Of COMMKKCK, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken liilerimlly. actios: directly upon tha blood and mu cous surfaces of the, system. Testimonials sent free. I'rlca 76 cents per bottle. Bold t.v Ntl Irttirir Take HslFs Family Pills for constipation. 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