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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY, FEB. 6, 1917.
1 I Several other cigarettes taste good too; but You can't get the fullest enjoyment from smoking un less your cigarette is also COMFORTABLE. That is probably the main reason why so many men are selecting Fatimas for their steady smoke. Because Fatimas re found to be truly comfort able not only to your throat k3 1 FA M ft 1 . and tongue, but AFTER smok ing, also. Even if you happen to smoke more than usual, Fatimas never remind you of it. Their delicately balanced Turkish blend of iesfed-pure tobaccos takes care of that. Your first package will show you how comfortable a sensible cigarette can be. TIMA cx Sensible Cicy ctrette "2 Urn Jh$ Original Turkish Blend 3 Court House News ed mO i is damages. bettors of oxpcutDi'siiip were issued to! Sarah A. Hinkle and Wank W. Pry, by t lin COIllltv ilukie t,lv In tVi.i ....to... ..f I Mr. fry 's father. W.'t. liiiinni. Johif 0. DNhAM WW deliver an .a. d'pXi.W ,,,n dress In those wlio are admitted So citi- , Keosh.lp in Judge Bingham's eonrt to- A marriage license was issued late morr0W, on the subject of "American yesterday afternoon to Edward Kellv, 'iti'oiiship." Henry Tl. Hazard. U, 8. 1 811 odgerinan ill the mills at Mill City, naturalization examiner of Portland, land Itenhih Me Koron, also of Mill t'itv. will represent the government in thel port. Lew YV. Duiaul, u tymnet of Wood- burn, and Meadie K. Hubbard, also of The plaintiff., in Hie rase of McT.ay Woodburn, obtained a marriage license vs. Savage et al, were awarded certain from the enmity clerk this morning, personal property which they had David A. Neal, a carpenter of Salem, claimed was being wrongfully detained .also obtained a niuniage license this by the delciiilnats, by the jury this morning to wed Ollie Masscv, of tiiin morning. The plaintiffs wcrtfalso award' abv, rasa I I 31 -..-- The Picture Tells The Stow Copyrighted T91IS by The Picture Advertisers, Box 17. Oregon O'y, Ore, I Si GEO. 0. WILL New Edison Disk Victrolae. Grafnnolas Each in every stylo and all records for each. 432 State Street AUTO WORK and liming Gloves F. E. SHAFEB 170 a Commercial Phone 411 WOOD - COAL SALEM FUEL YARDS Phone 029 Old Shoes Made New The quality of our work is at high as the price U low Ye Boot Shop 325 State St. Opp. I.add Buah til a ssr our Specialty. Lenses duplicated on short notice. Dr. Herman Barr, Optometrist Hantaan Bros Co Jewelers Larmer Transfer Phone, Offiee 030 or Residence 1 !S. Storage. Packing, Shipping, Moving, Coal and Wood. Quick, Beliable Service. GEO. O. WILL Pianos I sell, tho Best and Cheapest oues. Pianos rented. 432 State Street Phone 15tl Auto and Car riage trinnuiug Enamel. F. W. BLISS, Auto and Carriage Trimmer 804 S. Com'l. We make your linen wear longer and look better by our auto-dry room and press machine work. Salem Laundry Co. 130 S. Liberty St. Up to the-Minute Jewelers and Optometrist Hartman Bros Co Jeweler State and Liberty The Handy Man Around the House PORTLAND R.R. LlfJHT ft POWER CO. PIKE MII.IC and CREAM SUNNY BROOK DAIRY Auto Delivery Phono 22 1SC0 State St. The County court will convene Wed nesday morning. The circuit courl is in session today, fitting on the case o outfit vs. MV l.ivy, in which the plaintiff has brought action against the defendant for the recovery of money, due on an automo bile. Alter the above case has gone to the jury, the ran. of Mitchell vs. Jones, concerning a default in a contract, and the recovery of damages resulting from that default, will conio before Judge Kelly. Tax collection is in full swing nt present, the office having taken in $6, 946,72 up to the close of business last evening. The daily receipt) arc:' February I, 720.72; February 2, $1, 270.Ho; February 3, $2171. KS; February .-, 18738.67. The majority of the payments made so far, arc whole payments, the early taxpayers being those who wish to get the though! of the tax bill off their minds, JUSTICE COURT Justice of the lVace Webster held court this morning', hearing the suit of Patterson vs. Brownell, which was de cided for the plaintiff. The action was for the recovery of $02.7."), includiug costs. , S. A. Manning and company has brought suit against H. K. (Inibc, for tiie recovery or money to the amount of $12."i. , Helen Adams has started action a- ainst V. li. Tiehenor for the recovery of $.'!i which she alleges is due her. The trial of Asa Tindell, charged with larecnj of a robe from an automo bile, will he held in the justice court Friday morning, at 10 o'clock. Arthur Sullivau, one of the boys who escaped from the Oregon state training school Saturday, was i aught Sunday in Albany tunl returned to the school. Sul livan was committed to the school from Multnomah county. John Tucl, commit ted to the school from Marion county, also escaped but has not yet been ap prehended. The boys were employed digging ditches when they left the school. Tonight in the old armory over the city hall there will be plaved two basket ball games. As a tarter at 7:15 o'clock the high school second team will play lluiiser Bros The second and bin name of the evening will be played between the regular high school team and t or- vullis. EUGENE BANKER IS DEAD IN HOSPITAL AT BOSTON Eugene, Or., Feb. 0. Kay Goodrich, vice president of the First National Hank ot Kugene, and regent of the University of Oregon, died in boston, Mass., Sunday night, according to a message received in Kugene from Frank U Chambers, also vice president of the bank, who accompanied Mr. Goodrich to Moston for an operation for eye trou ble. Mr. Goodrich had been operated up on about a year ago, but his eyes be came worse recently. He went to Hus ton a week ago, and the operation was performed Sunday nighj, but. he failed to recover f rom the ettects ot the ones I belie. The body will bo brought Kugene at once for interment. Mrs. Thompson's Busy Day (Continued on page ",ix.) He hoped the bill would Rural Credits Bill Sent to Committee After Long Debate The senate debated the rural credit bill No. 120, reported by the commit tee, at length this afternoon. Finally it was referred to the judiciary torn mittee with instructions to report it back to the senate at 10 a. in. tomorrow. esked if a bu'l he was silling was a Durham would a farmer be allowed H say he was about a Durham?" After a half hour of this Senator (iai bind made the most eloquent and pow erful sH-ech of the session. He moved the previous question, and it carried with a whoop. So did the bill for toe Multnomah bunch were a unit for it. Corporation Lobby Wins. Senate bill No. 105, by Olson, requir ing the issuance of a certificate of con venience and necessity before eompe titiou in public utility would be allow ed, and plneing the granting of the same in the hands of the public service commission caused another smnll storm. Olson outlined the effects of the bill and the reasons for its being ncr es se nr. Senator Vinton was the only one to attack the bill but he went after it like a pike after a minnow. He insist ed that McMinnville folks were better judges of whether they wanted another telephone line, or another electric light plant, or anything else, than any com mission of three. Salem knew what it wanted better than did the public serv ice commission, and there lie was cor rect but he did not allude to a bridge. He concluded: "Oh, I fear the lobby has got in its work on this bill " It hadn't perhaps, but the Multnomah delegation took a shot at it from be hind a blind and it Was all over. The bill passed. Bday got stirred up over senate bill No. 181, which he said might result in the county .judges or many of them be ing sent to jail, and a majority of the senators agreed with him for that was one little William that failed to get by. Routine Proceedings. Outside of these side shows the after noon showed considerable work. Senate bills were acted on as follows: S. B. No. 188, by La Follette. Pro viding for transfer of insane and feeble minded to Oregon State hospital; passed. S. B. No. 127, by Gill. To prohibit sale of salmon caught with hook and line during the closed season; passed. S. B. No. 207, by Lienenweber. To provide for a minimum price, date and manner of sale of tide and overflow lands; passed. S. B. No. 230, by joint consolidation committee, t reating department of la bor and industrial accident commission, and merging other departments there with. Special order Tuesday, at 2 p. m. S. B. No. 55, by Dliuiek. To prohibit the baiting of ducks; failed to pass. S. B. No. 20, by Dimick. Making a closed season for Chinese pheasants; tailed to pass. S. B. No. 168, by Olson. Relating to matters to be entered and recorded in the execution docket; passed. S. B. No. 110, prohibiting misleading and untrue advertising; passed. S. B. No. 197, making it a crime to brand any stock without first recording such brand; passed. S. B. No- 166, by committee on mu nicipal affairs. Requiring the issuance of certificate of convenience and neces sity before competing plants could be installed; passed. S. B. No. 181, by Olson. Declaring the indebteilsess created by county to!. lodges and commissioners in excess of the constitutional limitation a violation of trust: failed to pass. s. H. No. 201, by Pierce. Amending laws relative to collection of taxes on personal property; passed. S. U. No. 118, by Wilbur. Providing lor a more efficient militia of the state was taken from the table, the senate went into committee of the whole, j made several amendments, rose and re- I ported the bill, the rules were suspend-! d and th bill passed. Fourteen house bill were read first A "2 in 1 Shoe Polish" is made for every use For Black Shoes, "2 in 1 BUck" (parte) and "2 in 1 Black Combination" (paste one) liquid); for White Shoes. "2 in 1 White Cake" (cake) and "2 in 1 White Liquid" (liquidl; for Tan Shcee, 2 in 1 Tan" (paste) and "2 in 1 Tan Combination'' (paste and liquid). lOc Black-White-Tan lOc F. F. D ALLEY CO. of New York. Inc. Buffalo, N. Y. for office of attorney general; passed. H. B. No. 2S1, appropriating inonev for payment of employes of capitol anil supreme court buildings; passed. Appropriations totaling fM4,SAS, the first big appropriation bills to uo through both houses of the present leg- isiuiuie, were passed OJ the senate late today. In the above bills they had pre viously passed the house. This total of $344,860, all of which is for expenses and maintenance of various state departments and institu tions for the next two vears, was di vided among five bills, introduced by the joint ways ami means committee of the two bouses. The appropriations included $118,100 for expenses and maintenance of the offices of the governor, secretary of state and state treasurer; 174,433 tor the Oregon state training school; 200 for the Oregon state school for the leaf; 33,820 for thcoffice of atlornev general, and $.10,440 for the upkeep .of the state capitol and supreme court building. H. U. No. 2i4. by Griggs (bv requests. Prohibiting bulls running at large in uouglas county; passed. H. B. No. 10, by Mueller. Requiring public utilities to pay interest on de posits ade by subscribers; laid on the table. Senate bills Nos. 171, 224, 109. 2,14, 105, 185 and SO were reported favorably and resolution was passed thmat all bills in the hands of committees 10 days be reported eut at once. House bill No. 70 was reported favor ablv. People in different sections of Sa lem are complaining of chickens run ning at large. Chief Cooper has issued a warning to owners of the fowls to keep them up. o Mrs. Hale, wife of the superintendent of the Oregon state training school, who underwent an operation in a Portland hospital a few days ago, is reported to be getting along nicely. The "Forty-five Efficiency Clnb" will not meet this evening in the audi torium of the public library as was scheduled owing to the inability of the club to secure speakers. This situation has resulted because all the men capable of speaking on the subject are busy at work in committees at the state house and their entire time is taken up. That these men of over forty-five are so busy is regarded as a tribute to their efficiency. The Keynote of Good Health s Perfect Digestion and Assimilation When Weakness Develops TRY HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters without it pass. Wanted Right to Lie. Senator Strayer was deeply touched by Eddy's remarks, so deeply that he spoko louder than usual, and that is a work of supererrogation. He said it was a principle that it w as better than 10 1 time, and 10 read second time and re guilty escape than that ono innocent I terred. suffer. "You caa't head a mau off from Seven house bill were up for final lying if he is inclined that way;" said 'passage the first five being introduced' he. Then he spoke at length intimating , by the. joint ways and means committee that a man should not be curbed in his as follows: "God given right to lie" if he wanted! H. B. No. 270, appropriating money! to. "If you forbid a merchant lying! for current expenses of governor, secre-1 in the newspapers you can't prevent hiin tary of state and state treasurer;' lying to his customers- He will sell the passed. customers goods as all wool that are! B- No. 278, appropriating money' straight shoddy even though be does for operation and maintenance of state' not say so in the papers. We w ant a j training school, buildings, etc.; passed, j chance over our way to sell our hops.! H. B. No. 279, appropriating money. Why, under this law if we sold a deal-j for the state school for the deaf; passed, er hops as clean, and they were just a H. B. No. 2S0, appropriating money, little m.ii.i,. i,., i... .... ;;i.,.i 1 ...MW .."".I,., "V ' I'll. 11 11.11, It. jnilVM. Give the farmer a chance. If he brought eggs vto market and said thoy were fresh and one or two proved to be of ancient vintage he could be arrested for false statements. The farmer has to lie, to keep even with the mer chant. ' ' Senator L. 8. Smith took the ground that under present conditions the mer chants who did not lie in his adver tisements was just wasting his money. j ' ' 1 He might just as well throw it awav. I The honest merchant can't go iip . The prompt and positive action of this against the dishonest advertiser. If hi'W'' inexpensive home-made remedy in i, h.. Li ,, .,, i i.,, o tkZ , si, !1"ickly healing the inflamed or swollen ... ...vn. ..... , memuranes ot tbe throat, chest or bron- ator Bishop believed the bill all right chial tubes and breaking up tight! ami mm an ncivemsiiig snouni oe cougns, nas eauseu it to oe usea m mora itfietly honest. ' homes than any other cough remedy. Proposed the Impossible. I tinder its healing., soothing influence, Farrell thought the bill all right and !ne8 .8Qrt"s ?8- phlegm loosens, if o n,.w..r .ni.i .-...-i, ii.i !L ti. .. breathing becmsy easier, tickling in j ji i , . v .Xs6 :tnroat stops and you get a good night 'm " aimieu. ne mignr. say mey w ere , restful sleep. The usual throat and "fresh laid in the window," and so chest colds are conquered by it in 24 the proposal to amend the bill so that j hours or less. Nothing better for bron it would require the advertiser had ae- fW hoarseness, croup, whooping tual knowledge of the falsity of thej br"ial asthma or winter adveitisemeiit would make the bill of g thi8 9plonrtid rou 8rup no use. rr you gave an advertiser nu.ixmr ounces of Pinev ir,l nt I. L. Mc Adams, Salem's local astron omer, reports 14 large sun spots on the face of the sun, some of them covering an area as large as the United States. He says seven of the spots form a beau tiful cluster and that the general con ditions of the sun indicate active erup tions. As far aa we are concerned, the only effect might be that the spots could cut off some of the light and heat from the sun. o Within one hour after having placed a want ad in the Capital Journal, (!. W. Godward, of 1529 A street, received two answers from persons wishing to rent his house, and before the next is sue was off the press, four more answers were received, with the result that the house was rented. Mr. Godward 's family will soon leave for Southern Oregon, where he is teaching school. o Rev. Oliver, ex Unitarian minister, who carries the mail from the postof ficc out to the state hospital, came wry nearly being killed yesterday af ternoon, while riding his bicycle on Court street. He was proceeding along on his bicycle with the evening mail and was riding a few feet from tho Oregon Theatre Won Two Games Last Night The Oregon Theatre won two games in the bowling alley contest last even ing, playing with the Salem Alleys. Hagedora of the Oregon Theatre play ed high game with 211 and high aver age with 191. Tonight the Woodmen will play the Printers. The score last evening was as fol lows: Salem Alleys (1) .(2) (3) To. Av. POwen 175 147 186 478 ISB Absentee 154 154 154 402 154 Campbell 170 150 1!)7 523 1 74 Absentee 154 154 154 402 LS Calvin 152 109 145 400 l.Vi Total H05 780 S00 2.191 regon Theatre (1) (2) (3) To. Av. Bnndin 190 128 147 405 155 Absentee 154 154 154 402 154 Cooper 134 ISO 130 464 155 Absentee 154 154 154 402 154 Hagcdorn 211 109 194 574 191 Total 803 788 779 2427 south curb. An automobile coming south a Winter street turned east on Court street with such speed and care less driving that it brushed Rev. Oliver's bicycle and it was considered a miracle that he was not thrown to the ground and crushed beneath tho wheels of the automobile. It is de clared the automobilist never stopped to see whether any injury was done or not. Roy Bremmer, state deputy game war den, reports that Stoney Wells and James Curry, both of Mill City, were caught yesterday evening with venison in their 'possession and that today they were tried before Justice Webster and after a plea of guilty were fined $25 and costs. Mr. Bremmer also reports that James Brady and T. M. Thrasher, of Falls City, were arrested January 31 for lying in wait in a deer stand with the intent to take deer, and that they were tried February 2 before a jury in Justice Holraan's court in Dallas and found guilty. The fine and costs amount ed to $10. GERMANS WOULD NATURALIZE Seattle, Wash., Tb. 0. Forty sub jects of Germany and Austria have signified their intention of becoming citizens of the United tSates by tak ing out first naturalization papers here since the news of the break with Ger many became known Saturday. Of the 40 applicants 28 signed their first pa pers Monday. FOR CATARRH HAY FEVER Dennis Eucalyptus Olnt AT ALL DRUG STORES Tubes 25c Jars 60c and msirt For a quiet game of Pocket Billiards, a good cigar ir the latest Sporting News, call at The Up-to-Date Billiard Parlor 437 State. Journal Want ads will sell it. I Dry, Hoarse or Painful Coughs Quickly Ended Iome-1Iade Remedy that Saves You 93 Doe the Work Thoroughly. inch be would take the whole tape line Orton said "if Senator Strayer could make a workable bill that would pre vent a lawyer lying he would vote for it." Strayer smiled sarcastically at be ing given an impossible task, and looked as though Orton was not complying with the terms of his proposed law in his statement. Strayer had stated that a merchant who sold goods as all wool who really believed he was telling the truth, might be jailed under this law . and Orton said the merchant might say they were about all wool." Strayer butted in with: "If he was worth i, into a pint bottle and till the bottle with plain manulated sugar svrup and shake thoroughlv. You then have a full pint a t'amilv supplv of a much better eoutfc svrup than vou could buy ready-made for $2.50. Keeps perfectly and children love its pleasant taste Pinex is a special and highly concen trated compound of genuine Norway pine extract, combined with guaiacol and is known the world over for its promptness, ease and ccrtaintv in over coming stubborn coughs and chest colds. T : J ji . i um disappointment as vour druaaist for "2li ounces of Pinex" with full directions, and don't accept any thing else. Guarauteed to sive absolute satistaction or money promptlv refunded. The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 67 ACRE PRUNE RANCH TO EXCHANGE FOR CITY OR COUNTRY PROPERTY 67 acres 2Vo miles from good town, 42 acres in prunes 17 years ol j, balance in grain land; new 11 room house, plastered, cement basement, plumbing for bath, hot and cold water, heat, large barn, rock road. What Have You? H. A. JOHNSON & CO.