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TTTK DATLY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY. MARCH 8. 1917.
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Andrew Taylor i on the sick list, l'otter nnd Hill will open their new coufevtionary about March 10th. ('has. TlBsenmn and family spent Sun 1iiy at the Chns. Oenliy home. , Win. lleroroff was out motoring Sun day but reports the roads in bad shape A birthday party was given at the Hammond hall Saturday night jit hon or of Mrs. Koyal Shaw and Miss Verna lietldes. Alt report a very enjoyable time. Mrs. Smith returned from her visit in Washington, iter friends are very Borry to hear that she was very sh'k with ptomaiiio poisoning but is much better. Mr. and Mrs, llollingsworth went to Salem Tuesday for Mrs. Ilollings worth's regular treatment. t'rank llaraiu was taken suddenly ill and reiuoved to the hospital where he was treated to a real bath nnd n few pills and is mueli improved. Mr. nnd M,rg. (inrriek and sons left lust friilay morning on the motor for alifornia. Mrs. 1). H. Hill returned from l'ort lund Thursday evening. Mrs. K. Thonijison enteitained the H. It. H. club. A very pleasant after noon was spent. Klsio Potter being the liu Uy member reeeiving a yard or .more of dainty tatting provided by Mrs. W. W. Allen. Twenty ladies were pres ent. Mrs. John Swift of Alberta, who re eenlly underwent an operation at Sa lem, is convalescing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ISewton Swift, where they have been visiting this winter. USEir IF FEE! ACHE, BURN, PUFF UP Can't Beat "Tiz" For Sore, Tired, Swollen, Calloused Feet or Corns 'Sura! I ui. TIZ' time for any oot trouble." TO CONQUER An Unruly Stomach TRY HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters It Helps Nature Wonderfully You ean he happy footed in n mo ment. Uso "Tiz1' nnd never suffer with tender, raw, burning, blistered, swollen tired aching feet- "Tiz" and only "Tut" takes the pajn and sore ness out of corns callouses and bun ions. As soon as you put Your feet in a "Tiz" bath, you just feel the happi ness soaking in. How good your poor, old feet feel. They want to "dunce for joy. "Tist" is grand. ' ' Ti ' ' instantly draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up your feet and cause sore, inflamed, aching, sweaty feet. Get a W-oent box of'"Tia" at any drug store or department store. Uot in stant foot relief. Laugh at foot suf ferers who complain. Hecause your feet are never, never going to bother or mnko you limp any more. l4ifo Totter was reported sick last week. Mr, and Mrs. Ager have rented their hotel to Mr. and Mrs. Terey Chance. t-al and Ortou Ager left Wednelar morning en route to Alaska. The missionary aid noeiety held its regular meeting Wednesday" p. m. at the manse. Mrs. W. H. Holt and daughter, Thel ma went to Portland Saturday to have Thelma'a eyes treated. 10 BLOW UP CANAL German Agents Also Bribed Peruvian Naval Officers To Aid Them Washington, Mar. 8. That German activities in South America have been so far reaching as to involve officers and men of tho Peruvian navy in plots to raid allied commerce in the Pacific, was learned officially here today. Information in diplomatic quarters here shows that the Teutons hoped to use their Hindoo co-laborers in destruc tion work at the canal. This was one of the ambituous ideas in the plot which has already resulted in arrests of two of the leading alleged conspirators in New York. Germany hoped that through the Fan ama cannl work she could strike a criti. cnl blow at the United States in case of war. The Hindoos were to be" used in place of Germans. The plot insofar as revealed to the state department and the secret service shows that Germany scattered her ef forts in India, Guam, the Philippines, Mexico and other Central Americun states. British seizure of the German ngent of a Peruvian steamship line in January from a vessel from high seas foiled a scheme to use a Peruvian naval torce against allied shipping and led to the arrest of officers and seamen, it was learned. Would T7s Her Submarines. The plan, according to the informa tion received here today was to utilize two Peruvian submarines, the officers and crews of which, it is alleged, had been bribed. The uudersea vessels were to operate out of selected bases on tae Peruvian coast. The German arrested was agent of a line operating between Lima and Callo. For several months he had been active along the coast, taking long, mysterious trip3 in motor boats. He had purchased several high powered motor boats of the type used by Great Britain in hunting submarines. Late in January this man was taken from the steamer Maipu of the Cam pania Sud Americano Dq Vapores, a LES DARCY WILL TRY PLEA VVJTH GOVERNOR Brown Shows Contract for Match Monday at Madi- . son Square By H. C. Hamilton. (I'uited l're staff correspondent.) New York, Mar. 8. Grant Hueh Brown today issued a flat denial of nun-i ors that he is about to be kicked into fistic oblivion. Brown's most enter-1 taining act have been denials of rum-; ors. He nailed the Inst one good and. hard when he stated without preface! that, inasmuch as 100,000 iron men have been sacrificed by him to get a lease on Madison Square Garden, he'll see that' structure's owners boil in oil or words, to that effect before he'll let them dis-j appear with the money. ' To prove it, Brown proudly displayed! a contract which calls for a 10-roiind i meeting next Monday night between; Joe Welling and Charlie White, twoj (bicago lightweights. Xate Lewis, one! of the trio Mho had agreed on a boy- j cott of Jimmy Johnston, the Garden! matchmaker, signed a treaty and agreed io lei" vtinte box. Jimmy owns Welling 's right to fight, so the rest was easy. Les Darcy also plans to spot a report or so today. He cornered Governor Whitman last night and came to an agreement whereby he is to meet the governor, probably this afternoon, in Al bany, and make an effort to explain away the executive's fears regarding tne lighting of a slacker in Jew York, East and West Tennis. i Los Angeles, Col-, Mar. 8. The east against the west tennis tournament went into its second day today with the west Holding the advantage. The first clash of the intersect ionaf peries went to the Califomiaivs when Maurice E. McLoughlin, former national singles champion, and Willis E. Davis defeated Theodore R. Pell and Bernon Prentice, of the east, 1210, 0 I, 63. The match was really decided in the first set which went to 3 games before the easterners succumbed to McLough lin 's smashing service and Davis' re markable backhand shots. After the first set, the westerners had little dif ficulty with their opponents. Three matches will be held this aft ernoon men 's and women 's singles and men's doubles. A Game Boxer. Tac.onifl. Wash.. Afnv 8 Rnfnuitiiy tn take advantage of a foul in the second round of hi battle with T.lovd Madden claimant of the Pacific coast light weight title, Frankie Sullivan, of Los Angeles, resumed the fight after a brief rest and did a sensational come back, earning n draw. For Amateur Championship. Portland, Ore-, Mar. 8. Tomorrow night the Multnomah club hockey team will meet the Towers Squad of Vancou ver, B. C, here for the northwest ama teur championship. Multnomah disposed of the Seattle Athletic club septet 5 to 1 in tne Ico Hippodrome last night. Les Darcy Shut Out. Albany, If. Y., Mar. 8. Governor Whitman, after a conference at the ex ecutive mansion here today with Les liarcy and urant Hugh Brown, promoter at Madison Square Garden, declared he would not recede an inch from the posi tion he took when he refused to allow tho Australian pugilist the privilege of boxing in New York state. E SHOE GO. HE Will Play Off Two Best In Three To Decide the Championship Standing of Teams G, W. L. Pet. Capital National Bank 10 7 3 700 Price Shoe Co. Hnuser Bios Bishops Watt Shipp Co- . Pry s Drug Store 10 7 10 6 10 4 10 4 10 2 3 700 4 000 6 400 6 400 8 200 Before the largest crowd of specta tors of the year the Capital National Bank and the Price Shoe Co. teams each won their games in connection with the Commercial Basket Ball Lea gue of the V. M. C. A. and thereby continue to divide honors for the first place in the league standing. Last uight's games were the last scheduled of the series but owing to the fact that the Price Co. ami Bank are tied additional games will be played to de termine the champions. The opposing captains, Kay C. Baker for the Bank and lr. P. L. Utter for the Price Co., t together with Phvsical Director Gingrich before the last game of the evenin nnd decided to . play a series of "three games the champions to be required to win two ot the three games. Thev will be plaved on the following dates: Saturday March 10, Wednesday March 14, Saturday March 17. All Chilean- Hue, by the British auxiliary cruiser Avoca. Mvsterv surrounded his arrest and the real cause thereof had never been re vealed until today- Following his arrest, .the officers and crews of two Peruvian navy submarines were relieved and placed under close ar rest. It then became generally known in Peru that the men had been bribed by German gold to take part in expedi tions planned bv the German steamer agent. Their fate is not revealed. because tho session of the legislature seems likely to last 65 days," says an eastern exchange. lne number sug- fTrtatd HtZ ,Uv. nf.n. .nntomnlDiJ.n gt.-t... ALVV.I VU.. l,H'14lllll(( which the Vermnnters nuffht to feel how lucky they are. v "QUICK DEMOUNTABLE" BEUNSWICK comes without stand for use on top of an ordinary table or with folding or r mcTAble leg. Can be set up anywhere and taken down easily after play. Ex tra set of Convertible Cushions lets you transform this Pocket table Into s perfect Carom table in less thau three minutes. JUST AWARDED-TO THIS STORE ONLY THE EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR BRUNSWICK HOME BILLIARD TABLES SOCIAL life centers these days around the home billiard table. And Bruns wick Home Tables lead the world the magnet in mansions and cottages alike. Here all the family gather here they entertain their guests in regal fashion. Home Billiards safeguards boys brings out their manly traits and makes home win them from the streets. It exhilarates grown-ups-banishes brain fag and keeps the "tired business man" in winning trim. Youevery onecan play billiards. No training necessaryskill is soon acquired through play. COME AND SEE THE NEW "QUICK DEMOUNTABLE" BRUNSWICKS-GET OUR LOW PRICES AND PLAN TO PLAY-AS-YOU-PAY Up to date the House of Brunswick displayed these tables only at their branches. Hence, thousands of peo ple all over America have bought without 'even having seen them. But in line with our policy to give the utmost service, we have made ar rangements to display the tables in our store. This makes It unneces sary for you to buy from a catalog and wait for the table to be shipped. "Quick Demountable" Brunswicks are the newest and handiest Bruns wick tables made. They can be set up easily and taken down in a jiffy after play. Please remember that they are scientifically built with ever level billiard beds, fast Monarch cushions nd accurate angles. The most expert shots can be executed on them. Regardless of size there is a "Quick Demountable" Brunswick that will fit your home. They are built of rare and beautiful woods. Yet priced so low that any home can now afford this princely pastime. ALLOTMENT L1ITED--D0NT PUT OFF Don't postpone these hours of merriment at home when a small payment down is all that we require. By paying while playing a little every month you will never miss the balance. At least make up your mind right now to come and see these handsome home tables that have just arrived. Our first allotment is limited. If every one who wants one responds to this announcement our first stock , of tables will all be taken. So come at once. Let us explain our home trial offer that enables you to sample the raptures of Carom and Pocket Billiards by your own fireside. " Headquarters for Famous Brunswick Home Billiard Tables GERMAN AGENTS (Continued from page one.) them to consent to an alliance. The fa mous note sent by Carranaz to the neu tral powers, asking them to unite in re fusing to furnish supplies to belligerent countries was engineered by the German propagandists. It was the original in tention to lead tho first chief to order the oil fields to Tampico to be closed to export. This was later modified to the form in which it was sent because most of the fields are owned by English companies and a large amount of the oil is used by the English fleets and such action, therefore, would have brought complications between Euglaud and Mexico. Among officials in Mexico City, stor ies are afloat that two government of ficials in tin? first chief's immediate circle of influential men were co-operat ing directly with German agents. One1 of the newspapers in the capital is said ! to be under subsidy to the Germans. I games will be played commencing -at j 8:15 on the above dates, at the Y. M-i C. A., and Coach K. I. Mathews of the I niversity will referee bv request of both captains. In the last game of the evening Hauser Bros, team defeated the Watt Shipp Co. only after one of the hard est fought games of the year. The score was tied frequently and only in the last moments of play did the Hans ers gain a lead which cinched the game. The scores of the several games fol lows: 1st game Capital National Bank, 14; Fry's Drug Store (!. 2nd game Price Shoe Co. 13: Bish ops 8. .ird game Hauser Bros. 10: watt Shipp Co. 10. Rank Foolishness You occasionally see it. stated that colds do not result from cold weather. That is rank foolishness. Were it true colds would be as prevalent in mid summer as in midwinter. The microbe that causes colds flourishes in damp, cold weather. To get rid of a cold take c-namberlain a Cough Keniedy. It is ef fectual and is highly recommended by people who have used it for many years as occasion required, and know its real value. Obtainable everywhere. AN ARMY OF INTERNAL BATHERS Over half a million bright, keen, up to date Americans have found that in ternal bathing is more essential to their wellbcing than external baths. Have found that taken occasionally at night they foci like different people the' next morning. No more of that bil ious, tired, nervous condition but, having by nature's own cleanser, an tiseptic warm water, removed all the poisonous wastes from the lower in testine, they awake thoroughly refresh ed by normal sleep, with all their func tions acting in healthy accord, bright, happv clear headed and confident eag ! er and capable for the duties of thel day. j Mr. William Blake, of Alsea, Oregon, writes: "The first Cascadel got from you about sixteen years ago; have never been without my Cascade since. Would not be without one for anything as long as it is possible to get one. At the time 1 got my first one I was a total wreck from in digestion and constipa tion; had not been able to work for several years. Yours truly," Why not learn more about thra rap idly growing and natural i practice The "J. B. L. Cascade," the original and best appliance for this purpose, manufactured by ('has. A. Tyrrell, M. D., is now being shown and explained by Daniel J. Fray's drug store Salem, I Oregon. There also may be obtained free on request "Why man of today is only 50 per cent efficient" a most interesting booklet on the subject. ADVERTISED LETTERS Advertised March 6, 1917. Archer, Mr. Fred; Bagley, Judge; Bailey. John; Baldwin, Mr. Geo.; Brew er, Mrs. Pearl; Cave, Thurman; Cox, James E.; Cox, Miss Willie; DeWitz, Mr. H. B.; Fowe Mr. Howard Hill; Hargat, Miss Laura; Herron, Miss Louise; Howard, Mr. J. A.; Hyatt, Mrs. Susi; Johnson, Miss Annie May; Jones, Rav G.; Kanzler, Mr. Jacob; McClurg, Mrs. Seth; Meed, Mrs. Char ly; Miller, Mrs. Ben F.; Ramesbotham, Mrs. Violet; Ridgefield, Hon. Mr.; Zin ger.-Miss Marv. AUGUST HUCKESTEIN, P. M. Use Journal classified ada OKLAHOMA BACKS WILSON Oklahoma City, Okla., March 8. Copies of resolutions adopted by both houses of the Oklahoma legislature con demning the filibuster of twelve Unit ed States senators who defeated the armed neutrality bill and commending benator Owen for his proposal to es tablish a rule preventing filibusters, were yesterday telegraphed to "Presi dent Wilson and to Oklahoma repre sentatives in congress. MY SPECIALTY IS "CHERRY BLOSSOMS" The Sweet Soul of the Cherry. 'IVs a Drink you'll like' Try it on sale at all Pool Rooms and elsewhere. . Bottled by R A PFEIL STAR BOTTLING WORKS 647 Market St. - . For s inlet game of Pocket Billiards, ft good cigar or the latest Sporting News, can at The TJp-to-Date Billiard Parlor 437 Stat