Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, October 28, 1913, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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DAILY CAPITAL JOUBNAI SALKM. OEEGON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1913. .
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Great Reduction Sale
' of Handsome Suits for Women the Most
Attractive Garment Proposition of the Fall
season. Some prices cut 33 1-3 per cent.
Others 20 per cent
We have instituted a most important sale
of high grade suits for women at extra
ordinary price reductions. Not merely in
isolated instances, not a few garments, but
we have cut the prices on every stylish
novelty suit in our stock, including the
new garments which arrived this week.
The season is advancing, and we must
make room for our holiday merchan
dise, so we are beginnig early to
achieve our purpose. AH the new
est fabrics and colorings are shown in
many pretty models. This is your best
opportunity, and if you intend to purchase
or if this unusual sale appeals to your sense
of true economy, we advise an early visit
to the Ready-to-Wear Section. Strictest
attention given to the altering and fitting
of each and every garment we sell.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Take advantage of t JSS
the Parcel Post Ser- M . V3
.COODlGOOD S
vice. Order by mail.
CITY NEWS.
Dr. F. L. Utter, dentist, suit 418-lfl-417
Masonie building.
0. 0. Prosnall announces bis candida
cy for councilman of the Seventh ward.
Primaries November 3. Paid Adv.
Have your eyes fitted at Dr. Mendel
sohn's, .U. 8. Bank building. He fits
eyes correctly.
Dr. May, nerve specialist. Masonic
building.
Friday evening Workmen's Compen
sation is to bo discussed by Dr. Gilbert,
of the State university, at the Central
Congregational church,
Tickets for Schumann-Hoink concert
will be on sale at 9 a. m. November 5,
Concert 8 p. in., sharp.
E. A. Downing yesterday filed a com'
plaint against Lee Kerber to recover
$400, which is alleged to bo the amount
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'N an article published in
the Falls City (Ore.)
News of October 18,
headed "Kansas and the
Drought," and signqd by Mrs.
R. Paul, there occurs this par
agraph, taken from the state
ment issued by the governor
of that state, regarding the
shortage of water last sum
mer (water, by the way, is the
only liquid which Kansas does
not have in ample abundance)
"She can better afford this or
any brand of calamity, for her
people are constantly paying
out huge sums for the care
and keep of criminals, paupers,
insane and feeble minded."
A FANATICISM AND FAB
RICATION. This statement conveys the
impression that prohibition
has been such a success there,
that they have fewer crimin
als, paupers, insane and feeble
minded in proportion to popu-
lation, than any state in the
Union. If the governor of
Kansas was not a fanatical
prohibitionist, he would have
better sense than to make a
statement of this character.
The last government statistics
on crime available, are for
commitments to prison for
term sentence during 1904.
These are divided into thre
classes "Crimes against pub
lic policy," "crimes against
property" and "crimes against
the person."
KANSAS' RANK IN CRIMES
COMMITTED,
Kansas should rank best in
all of these, but, as a matter
of fact in crime against pub-,
lie policy, she is 24th, that is
23 states are better and 24
worse. In crimes against
property, she is 40th, that is
39 are better, and only eight
worse. In crimes against the
person, Kansas is 38th, that
is, 37 better, and onlv 11
worse. During 1904, Kansas
committed to prison 138.9 peo
ple for each 100,000 of popu
lation, while Oregon only com
mitted 77.8 people for each
100,000.
For the same year, in ad
missions to hospitals for the
irfsane, Kansas ranks 28th, in
other words 27 states had less
insanity in proportion to pop
ulation than Kansas did, and
only 20 had more.
HER COMPARATIVE PAU
PER RECORD
So far as paupers ar con
cerned, Kansas has a little bet
ter record, but is still far from
being number one, ranking
15th in population in alms
houses in 1903, and 11th in
admissions during the year of
1904; while Nebraska for
1903 ranks tenth in population
and third in admissions for
that year. To make it abso
lutely clear, in 1903 Kansas
had in almshouses 52.5 people
for each 100,000 of popula
tion, and during the year
1904, Kansas admitted to
almshouses 37.4 people for
each of 100,000 population,
while Nebraska only admitted
16.3 people for each 100,000.
LESS PER CAPITA BANK
ING RESOURCES
In the same article this ex
pression occurs) "Her (Kan
sas) per capita wealth is larg
er than that of any other
state." The report of the comp
troller of the currency showing
the banking resources of each
state per capita for June 1,
1907, places Kansas 32d, not
first. Thirty-one states with
greater, and 16 with less per
capita banking resources. In '
fact, Kansas has smaller per
capita bnking resources than
any Northern state, except In
dianathe other states having
smaller banking resources
than Kansas are the 13 South
ern states, New Mexico and
Oklahoma. The banking re
sources of Kansas are $126.30
per canita, while Oregon has
$186.11 per capita.
THE DELUSION OF A DEV
OTEE. The article closes with this
sentence! "There is no doubt
that what has been accom
plished in Kansas can be du
plicated in other states, is the
liquor business is treated in the
same way as in that state."
And this is the way the liquor
business i treated in Kansas.
Mr. Joy E. House, associate
editor of the Topeka Capital,
was interviewed by a reporter
for the San Diego Union on the
17th of this month asked this
question!
"Topeka is a prohibiton
city, isn't it?
TOPEKA.
"Yes, Topeka is a prohibi
tion town. It is a fine little ar
rangement. We only ud
90.000 quarts of liquor In To
neka during June this year.
Topeka has 45,000 people.
That makes two quarts each
for every man, woman and
child. The 90,000 quarts does
not include that brought via
the suit case route."
This is also true of every
other city in Kansas, or any
other prohibition territory, and
only the more strongly
clinches the truism that "pro
hibition, causes no decrease in
the consumption of liquor, but
only brings about worse con
ditions under which the sup
ply comes to satisfy tfce de
mand." It is about time our prohibi
tion friends ceased publishing
ths stuff of Governor Stubbs,
and look over the government
statistics in regard to crime,
insanity, pauperism', and per
capita wealth in prohibition
Kansas, as compared with li
censed states.
A Farce for 31 Years
Published hv Salem Welfare foam.
Topeka's Mayor
Is Emphatic
The following statement is
from Mayor Billard, of To
peka, and is a testimony which
shows how "graft" has grown
and thrived there:
"Prohibition has been a
farce for 31 years. The law has
been enforced as well as such
laws can be enforced, and es
pecially so in the last ten
years. Mnay good citizens
have been prosecuted, arrest
ed, fined, put in jail with real
criminals. They have been de
graded, their families dis
graced. Many of them have
left the state in disgust! drunk
enness has not been stopped,
has not even decreased. I be
lieve that fully 90 per cent of
the men use liquor and evade
or induce someone to violate
the law to get it The law is a
farce and disgrace to any civ- ,
ilized community. Nearly all
county attorneys and attorney
generals go out of office weal
thy from the fees they (ret
from liquor cases, evrn in the
regular way. but make much
more by letting off easy those
who have money to put up,
then give them the chance to
violate the law again, and
make them put up again, and
so on"
(Paid A.lvU
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due on property the defendant con
! traded to purchase.
Tickets for Schuinann-Heink concert
will be on sale at 0 a. m. November 5.
Concert 8 p. m., sharp.
There is no 'bargain in glasses. Dr.
Mendelsohn, U. S. Bank building, has
no bargains, but you can rest assured
that you receive full value for your
money.
Campaign issues are to be discussed
this evening by a number of speakers
at Central Congregational church, cer
ner Ferry and South Nineteenth streets.
This meoting is for all people of the
East End, and as many others as care
to attend.
The case of the state against Willis
Oliver will come up for retrial some
time this afternoon or tomorrow morn
ing on the charge of having unlawful
relations with his 13-year-old daughter.
Oliver was tried two weeks ago, but
the jury failed to agree, and the de
fendant was held to answer before an
other jury.
Secretary Bynon, of the Salem Com
mercial club, has sent out several
packages of dried loganberries to the
leading dining car services of Oregon,
Washington and California railroads,
with a request attached to use them as
side dishes for the traveling public.
The secretary hopes, in this way, to
draw the attention of the easterners
and westerners, too, for that matter, to
the fact that dried loganberries make
fine eating, and Marion cOHnty is
boosting this late product.
Becoming violently ill while oa the
Oregon Electric train bound for this
city yesterday, two little boys belong
ing to Bobert Irish, a traveler from Al
berta, Canada, were removed to the Sa
lem hospital upon their arrival here
yesterday afternoon, and today they
are said to be suffering from typhoid
fever. Mr. Irish and his children were
on their way to Australia. Superintend
ent McNary, of the hospital, stated to
day that the boys are getting along as
well as could bo expected.
A verdict of not guilty was returned
in the moot court of Willamette Uni
versity in the case of Homer Cide alias
C. A. Snyder last night. The trial was
held in the circuit court chambers and
the defendant was tried on the charge
of murder in the first degree. Boy
jlhiolds, member of the law firm of Mc
Nary, Smith & Shields, conducted the
trial, whilo Messrs. Watorbury and
Kaiser represented the defendant, a-
sintcd by Fred S. Lamport, and the
prosecutors woro Bex Turner and Mr,
Carter:
It would seem from his arrest of 100
deputies that Huerta wants to start
something.
llid.it over strike you that its mighty
hard to got a denunciation of President
Wilson theso days from the C. P.t
NEW TODAY.
GIRL 10 desires position in private
family.. Address "P24," cne of
Journal.
LEAVING TOWN Furniture, range
and stoves for Bale. Inquire 140
South Fifteenth.
MELANCHOLY
Should Profit by Mrs. Hur
ley's ExperienceHer Own
Story Here Told.
FOR HALR Oood fresh milch cow and
calf. 173 South Cottage street.
CONKLE 'S TOULTRY BOOK FREE.
"I get more good working idoas
from Conkpy's Poultry Book than
from any chiPkon books I ever read,"
says one man. You can got this book
free if you call at our store and bring
this adv. Worth dollnrs to any poul
try raiser. D. A. White & Sous, 231
State streot.
FOR SALE Ten acres of good land, 9
acres under cultivation, balance tim
ber, four mil(s from Salem and close
ti milroad station. Trice tLtOO; $100
cash, balance $10 per month. W. H.
Orabenhorxt & Co,, Booms 1 and 2,
Hush Bank building.
WANTED Man especially for farm
work. Phone Farmors' 03.
STALL BOOM For rent for several
horses, good warm barn, In center of
town. Phone Main 80.
LOOK AT TIUS Slightly used drop
head sewing machine $10; new drop
head sowing machine $16 snd tip. 6 10
State street.
VTff
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VUnn Mn "I was troubled with
displacement, organic inflammation and
iemaie weajuiesa.
For two vears I
could not stand on
my feet long at a
time and I could not
walk two blocks
without enduring
cutting and drawing
pains down my right
side which increased
once a month. I
have been atthat
time purple in the
face and would walk the floor. I could
not lie down or sit still sometimes for a
day and a night at a time. I was ner
vous, had very little appetite, no ambi
tion, melancholy, and often felt 3
though I had not a friend in the vrorld.
"After I had tried most every fe
male remedy first, without success,
my mother-in-law advised me to take
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. I did so and gained in strength
every day. I have now no trouble in
any way and highly praise your medi
cine. It advertises itself." Mrs. S. T.
Hurley, Eldoh, Missouri.
PomcinViBr tVin remedv which did
this was Lyditi E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. For sale everywhere.
It has helped thousands of women
who have been troubled with displace
ments,inflammation,ulceration, tumors,
Irregularities, periodic pains, backache,
that bearing down feeling, indigestion,
and nervous prostration, after all other
means have failed. Why don't you
try itT
YE LIBERTY I
Matinee 2:30; evenings
7:30 and 9.
The Biggest Hit
in all Salem.
SANTUCC1
Wizard of the Accordeon
Five encores last night
Ask those who heard him
Snyder & Hallo
Dances Extraordinary
Featuring the "Tango"
Empress Headliners
Master Hall
Wonderful Boy Soprano
4 BEST PICTURES 4
FOUND Pair of silver rimmed spec
tacles, on State street. Owner may
have same by paying for this ad.
LOST Motorcycle toolbag and tools
with license numbor 7349. Beward if
returned to Capital Journal office.
A x'lAisi FAlUi Ol iiiU acres in the
Waldo Hills, 10 miles cast of Salem.
Oood buildings, family orchard, 20
acres hops, running water; several
good springs. See C. A. Bic'e, with
L. S. Barnes & Co., 315-316 Masonic
Temple.
FOR QUICK SALE Lot, Court street
very desirable location; bargain if
taken now. Inquire 301 Masonic
Temple.
Notice of Vscall Election in the Sixth
Ward, City of Salem, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that on the
third day of November, 1913, in the
sixth ward of the city of Salem, Marion
county, State of Oregon, there will be
held a recall election at which the elec'
tors of the said ward will vote upon
the question of recalling Alderman II
W. Hatch, one of the incumbents of
the public office of alderman for said
ward. Said election will be hold from
8 o'clock in the forenoon until 8
o'clock in the afternoon of said day.
The regular judges and clerks of the
oloction and polling places designated
for the primary election to be held on
the same day and between the same
hours as well us the polling places for
said primury shall serve and be used
in said recall election.
Dated this 24th day of October, 1913
CHAS F. ELGIN, City Recordor.
FOR SALE OR TRADE At a bar
gain, throe lots in Englewmxl addi
tlnn, Salem, located on 19th and
Nebraska stroi'ts; lots 8, 9 and 12,
In Mock 15, for Minnesota real es
tte. Mafco an offer. Writo 0. Zie
maun, Princeton, Minn.
Wexford i
TODAY
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the Sculptor" J
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Which is the third
picture in the se
ries entitled .
"WHO WILL MARRY
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The best one yet
WEXFORD !
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$100 to $1
That you can't beat our bargains
12 acres in Polk county, two milea west.
well improved, $4000; 14 acres on cai
line ideal suburban homo, $10,000; 1
acre in berries, new home on ear line
$1800; ,7 acres in borries, 2 mile out,
house snd barn, $3000; 30 acres. 10
acres in crop, balance timber, 4-room
house, good barn, 7m ilea out $3500;
2S0 acrea in Polk county, well improv
ed, $22,000; 1 to 5 acres on installment
several new homes in Salem on install
menta; 500 acros well improved, $9f
per acre; several 8 and 10 scrs tract!
well improved. 1
We have a cigar stand, pool hall
rooming house, hotel, restaurant, gro
cery store, caudy store and other busi
ness chances.
20 acres close in, well improved, $9,
J00. Several prune ranches and berrj
tracts at the right price. 10 acre
bearing Italian prunes, $2750.
We rent Houses and
Furnished Rooms: We
sell Insurance of all kinds
List your bargains with ui
and we wilj give you square,
prompt and courteous treat
ment.
Acme Investment Co.
A. B. COOK, Manager.
Thones: Offlre, Ilaln 477; rwudnuo.
Main 2487.
Opposite Court Hoot. E40 Stat t
Employment Bureau in Con-
nertion.
Grand Opera House
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3
One Night Only
The Chocolate
Soldier
Original N. Y. cast, Production
and Symphony Orchestra.
60 Singing Artists and Musi
cians. Prices 75c to $2.00.
Seat sale Saturday, Novembor
1. Mail orders now.
GRAND
Wednesday-Thursday
OCTOBER 29-30
Matinee Thursday
1913
Pendleton
Round-Up
Seven full reels
Fifteen slides showing the
Cherrians in action
Popular prices, IS and 25c
"Hook 'Em Cow."
NORWICH UNION
FIRE INSURANCE S0CIETV
BrRGHAKDT MKRIDITH
peelsVit A;ats ts 8tl Ktrest
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa Hoos Beal Estate Beearity.
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bask, Salem, Or
REAL ESTATE
MONEY TO LOAN
JACOB CO.
Phone 2424. 200-207 Hubbard Bids
WOOD AND COAL
la aar quantity. Prompt 4l!cr)
our nocisItT falia rif. i nw..
Compaay. 17$ North CommereUi
sirset Phoas Hala 111.
We will fill any. proscription, no t
matter what doctor writes it. t
SCIIAEFEE'S DRUO STOKE
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa farm sad city property Jors r
Soott, otst Chloaco Btore, alii, f
coa. Putins lltL
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I'll ANUS W0XK8
Ho machinery to ttr aa4 wear
n t ollft fabrics. Work rallee
for and tllTr4 promptly.
448 Ferry street Phone Main M?
Cherry City
Ice Cream
Wc make a Snri.Vrv nf T
Dinner and Lodge orders, t
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SM Ckeoeiot Btreei.
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