Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 21, 1914, Page TWO, Image 2

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TUB DAILY CAPITAL JOUXXAL, SALEM. OKEOOW. MOVDAY. RETTEMBEB 21. 1814.
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PURE RICH BLOOD The Shepherd of the Hills zzzzzzzzzzzzznzzzzzzzzzzznzzzzz
Bad blood, tht i, blood that if
Impure or impovrrUlifd, thin mid
pahp, i rponible for more ail
ments than anything eUe.
Jt affect ever' organ and function.
In aom raws it rau catarrh; in
i.thers, dyrpiia ; in others, rheuma
tism; and in still others, ak, tired,
languid feeliiifrs and worse trouble.
It is rpfixmsibla for run-down
renditions, and is tits moat coumoa
rs'ise of dieiM.
Hood's Harsapsrilla is the jrrtet
purifier and rnnrhcr of the blood th
Harold Ui- Wright 'a most popular
novel, "The Hheiberd of the Hills,"
of wliirh s Bullion enpiea have been
aold, dsn been made Into a play by Ita
'author with the nasiatanee, of KMrjr
I W. Keynolda. The aerond annual en-
KHjjenient of this play In tliia fity Mil!
take )) at the (Irand t).era House
:on Wedneaday, H-.t-rti hr 21, where it
play an n gu tfenient of one flight,
i The ,liir in prnetirally a true narra
tive of 1'fe anions the hum Mi' duellera
mf the Onika. It tou -he all th ran
itinn, And it intlueiie) ia wholesome
In ml helpful, lint withstanding seveiul
! roiih ehnraetera t h n t figure mure, or
leu prominently. The shepherd of the
mountaineer, their familie. nj all
who need a friend anil adviser. Amon(
hill Mmit devntH follower are "did
Matt" and "Younji Mutt," the gianta
of the hill; Mammy l.ane, glorioua in
the beauty of yiu-ijj womanhood, and
poor "I'rtt," a i-TVtifcl ltd, who un
derstands the rolrr iif nature and eea
whnt other ennnot see-. There it a mys
tery of the Kill t.iat often tertifie.
b;it at last the solution i brootcht nhotit
by 1'i'te and the shepherd, and it 1 the
Intti-r who js most deeply afflbted and
eooeerned. It i hnrdly nereary to
add that a pretty rou.unee in woven
into the humor, pathos and t raited.
for the pliy throughout i one of hi)
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OPEN EVENINGS
A re Player
Davs at 13S North
rorld baa ever known
wonderfully tieee.riil in removing
armful and oilier btimors, inena-itig
Ik hna been ury la a eultured "tranter, who rotnea ri.nn interest with a roneluslun thut it
into the hills, (lud " etv-npe from the
vanitica and ronventionnlitie to whirli
ha has been arruatoniefl. There la a
the red-Uootl eorpuacloa, and bnililini !
fliu-lf tifl'n(? a shpnherd anil tin thank-
li ) the whole system. CM it today. I fully aeeepta the lowly oeeupatiiin of a
aheep tender, nut aoon beeomea ahep
herd of a human flork, tbo big hearted
ATTORNEY GENERAL
GIVES TWO OPINIONS,
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It is not a rorrnpt prnrtiea for a'
anuiiiripal roi poratiuu to offer to ere. 1 1
building in a fity, provided ti: nmnev
ia voted, as an indiieemetit to prodm e
favoralile a.tion on the putt of tin1'
voters, aeeordiuK to an npinimi han.li',1,
ilowo by Attorney tlenrrnl Crawrord!
thia morniiitf. The lioiiirv raine from'
V. K llelman, of Vale. ', I'. lloff,
atat lalior eoiliiiilssloner, wiis informed
that sawmills operated in rorine.-t mil i
with Diinea whoe sole outpu is i I '
in the mine, are not under I he fmtnr.v '
inapoetinn lw whirh reipilrea a fee to
t paid into tue stute. .Mnehlnery used
by a e hool disliii t lor ediirHtioiuil pur .
pusea doea not roine under the fm dory '
inspertion low either. Thia la in the
rase of lathe, nw and other iiiai liini a
used in manual tralintiii deptirtiiienla of
varluus si liouls of the t n t". 1
Mr. Huff wit also informed Unit a '
rook for a i-outno lor holiliuu a stale
rontraot waa not a luliorer nnd 1 1 , 1 not 1
rom onder the provisions of the eiuht !
hour law for stute liilmr. W, I,. Mnl
r)r, rnuiify eb'ik for l lm kiiinaa eimn- ;
ty, was infoiiiied that n eHtididnte for'
a rouut.y offue, iniiiiiiiiili'd It v iiolivid t
ual elri toiH, should not verity in own
petition, but hou, iae it erified by'
two aiirnera of the pi titiou nut iio hoi-!
ing kimaelf. j
AUSTRIAN CRUISER
AT AMERICAN PORT .
San rlero, t'al., rirpt. CI. -The fust
Australian rniier Nrweaatle arrived;
off Ibis port today and siirhou'd nlioul
two milea from t 'uriinadu lieaeh. Koon
after her arrival, l aptnil N. W, llimjey
arut flitter to the 1'iilted male
cruiaer Han Wejio, In the harbor, to
! hit respect to I 'aptain Itnbluson of
as Amernan vessel,
Jt waa aaid that the Nweatle win
trying to find out the whereabout of
tli! (larniiin cruisers l,iloe and Nuui-
thoroiiitl.ly snfisfaetory to "Young
Matt, and of eourse t the aihlitnrs.
Messrs. tin nk ill and MaeVitty, the
prixlueera, have ifiven 'he pluy a au-1.,-rb
feme mounting and a east that
has been rareftilly aelvr.tr! for it fit
nesa to earh type.
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TWO MILLION FIGHTING TAX FOLLOWS CLOSELY
H ontiiiued from I'ana un; I TIf 1 T Ar CTI 1 1TIPIT TIT I n
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atimlKer posltlnu. i
lite evueiiatioti of .larosluv was ,li
llbeiHIe, the eity lisv iiik lost Its sliul.''
le value. The 1 1 v waa bnriu'd befote
I ie l UK abflllilolli'd.1'
tieiieral HiiiiM, whom the ltiisinna nfetied
iiruli'M'i'il to hiivn cut olf 1 1 mo the maul 'luinmv.
Austrian foree, really retreated, iieeurd
lung and would probably Nave for Hau I nat In to war i.lli. i', " a piirely shut
ejie uinneuver. A u iiiiittev of fait,
teleeraui Iriun him "trited thul his
fianeiara IhI today
BRITIfllf LOSS ENORMOUS.
By Ed L. Koan.
ImloH, Kept.. S! I. -1 be Ktim
Mrilish allies went Imiiii.iuk
fully to riMllire todav the
strength of the tleruian ol
tions a'otiK the liner A i"n '.
The fiiniier'a loes, it m
admitted, wei tii(ieriii)(.
The war ulfba, honexer, pto
tiouueed Ike aitnalimi fnviiribbt
from the allies' stand'niut.
tleneial Von Kluk'a po!tion,
at the eali emu tieiniun ii(;ht.
waa aaid to b' iery serious, tie
spile the fu.'t thut he was re-
eeivtng reinfor.'i-u ts etniiat
fd to he in,tiiM uttoiiK.
1 he weatm'r, who-b i more
and niore aerutiwlv h.'in)ri'i!i
I'perationa, nlioned no iiii,ii
. Hn'ii fell aiendilv nnd
the whole of the llhtiiiK tone
waa heitm rnnerte, rilpldly hi
to a huKe I'OK,
ik4iik4l
fori es wei, f l j, Ii t : ii fl iiimiii'Mi ally sn
penor Russian budv to n t h n I -1 H I .
I'ankl is opernt 1114 111 ion jiilK'tioii
with Kh Id Marshal uiilol "eii'lii' ft.
THE 8ALEM ftllSaiO.'s".
't'lieni Wie iHijje 'iinnrintilious at the
Salem Miiuii, ( enter 1 nd t'omnei;elnt
at reel a, yesterday al .t mid ":'.M p. 111.
Ifi v, Y. W. Monlhui, the i-olo ed Map
t let missionary, auu ttraiiilly at the art
i noon aerviee, and pieariied splendid
ly In the evening. The Interest wiis
sin h that the ennui 'LMtioil tiuuiiiui'inslv
voted requesting llev. Muuili.ii to eini
tmoe the nie"lini:s tins veiling and if
the people turn inn and the inleiest
1 cut nun s he w II pn i h nit the week.
Let evrtvoiie int. -tested ill the Rood
old time t.'"' '"ih this evening, lie
will uiiike Jul liinuh and t ry and grow
better.
There is no lat e i.l f' lb'iu where you
enit get us tli lie ll K"i'-I t 11" evening.
I on e at T 10.
Wnshingtiiii, Sept. SI. The war tax
bill mis iutrii'I'ired in the house today;
by I hniriitiin I'lulerwnod, of the wiiva
nnd mean lomioitlee, to whieh it waa
ami will be reported out to-;
The nieasiiie will be tonsider !
d by die hou-e Thins lay.
Km-i'i't lor lu,'a on beer, wiuo and
r"olne, the M'iisur. follmrs elosely the I
v, nr. tut iinposed iliiring- the Spanish
m ' ;r 11 11 iMir. The method of roller!
lug a till on teb'plioni's mid telegrums
will be ehanuid. Instead of al'ritinm
1 stiimi on te!i jruiiis, the I'ompiinv will
be reipnred to keep H re' ord ol all me
aniies Htol remit 11 penny for earh. .
peiniv tat 11 'mi wi!l b impoel on al
telephone mes-Hiies. 'I'lie. telephone and
t-'lr jMiph tai applies to all niessiiges
re -ling mote than l"i eiijs but does lint
alter! loal telephone enlla.
Journal Want Adi art a big
htlp to tt0 tarmtn when thty
nr tt huny to comt to town.
WlUlmil RJloy. who has been telling
hoestnng 011 toe stieot the past three
,!av. was at rested bv lllfirer While
and I'l il'li s Siiu lnv tor uing rude, in
deecnt and ins'illiiig liiiiguage to eple
en the alreet. Me was given Id daya
by the pollre judge,
the naW ilrpiirtmi'iit ere awtiirlni; to
il-.iv nil answer from .he Miueoni Wire-
I, .s r.onpiiny to SeeretnrT of the Navy
I'.'iiiels' nil illinium. No eomment aa
tfriel bv otfiriiils of the department
to l'ie lutei view Hnlurdny in whirh
1'iesi I 1, t lltiggs of the roiopany defied
Hie imvy to elose the station Bt Siaa
1 t t 'r sii,iii g an iiimriil nil mes
sage, .No ni tion, if wns snd, -il bs
takrii until Heeietarv lianiela return
tomorrow. It wu. ptedirted he woi.i
imii'ediatelv elnce the station, an I that
President liriggs o,iH Hike the nmt'r
into the eouits.
If you want to wt ar a thoroiiRhly ruoiI suit or f
oveiToat and at the same time want something "dif
ferent" than the ordinary, get one of
Bishop's Ready-Tailored
Suits and Overcoats
$15 to $30.
There is a reputation twenty-five years oM be
hind these clothes.
Men's Dress and Work ?hoes of quality at $1.00
to $7X0.
SALEM
WOOLEN MILLS
STORE
QU1NABY NOTES
AND SOME ONIONS
H'n'(il Journal tpeeinl ."s.'rvlre.i
iiimal'V. tie.. epi. l!' - One of the
must beautiful nights m th 1 nlu-h
iieigl.both -od i that ef the l'a arre
ont'oi lurm of V Lrrionn Pvlls. hnri
i!er ntib s fi,in Ouiaubv,
This M'letulid pi'lre f ienver dr.'!,
Intid is !it'ftil!v n h'vrl ns n floor. The
gro nid is s.;l' ditiined bv four large lile
ditrlies ,'ntplviiig ri-to T nbish rrerli.
The soil. huh hs, .:eu f..'nir.l by
retitiiiie of uoeavrd v'rgetailoa, i of
the bla. k loan y vanetv. and has re
pendrd n d !. to l',e eareful nnd r. i i-
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Prices less than usually asked for regular uprights
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Here is tht long looked for opportunity. Ne doubt you have wanted for a long time a fine new player
than vou could conveniently pay. ixow,
piunu, i ciuarn uic vine nos ivuiiigii vi n-im-" ." ---n - - - . t i
during this selling out sale you can get your choice of the latest eighry-eight-note players at actua. factory g
prices plus freight. They are here in the latest case designs and woods, rancy walnut, richest of manog- n
any or beautiful quarter sawed oak. The instructions are "bell tnem. na meyttm u
and easy terms will sell them. Thing of buying one of the highest grade player pianos, the kind that can be
played either by hand or by aid of the music roll, for less than a regular uprigni piano usuany
PLENTY OF FREE MUSIC ROLLS AND ONE
OF THE LATEST COMBINATION BENCHES
WITH EACH PLAYER SOLD.
SOME LUCKY PURCHASER WILL GET A
$25.00 MUSIC CABINET FREE. ONLY ONE; SO
COME EARLY.
PUT $10.00 IN YOUR POCKET AND
Come Down First Thing
Tonight or Tomorrow
, ' HERE ARE A FEW SAMPLE PRICES
....$320
....$115
..-..$160
....$197
....$532
ONE SG50 PLAYER PIANO
ONE $775 PLAYER PIANO
ONE $800 PLAYER PIANO
ONE $825 PLAYER PIANO..-
ONE $850 PLAYER PIANO
Arrange to bring the family down tonight or to
morrow. Spend a few minutes listening to your
favorite selections on the player piano. We arc open
evenings between seven and nine.
THERE'LL BE NO MORE WHEN THESE ARE
GONE. SO MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW.
We have told you in former announcements that
we have taken the entire stock of pianos and player
pianos from the Savage Piano House. We are
WHOLESALE DEALERS and must close out this
stock at once. I is being rapidly depleted and if you
can possibly make a deposit on a piano or player pi
ano, do so aUonce. They can't last long now. W'hen
we say "quit"' we mean it. We will lock up shop and
quit just as soon as everything is sold.
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This make has been marketed for over 60 years.
Finest mahogany case, full rich tone and beautiful
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Retail Price $825 CLOSING OUT PRICE $590
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Investigate These Bargains
in Upright Pianos
There are only a few upright pianos left. But there is
a splendid selection. FISCHER, STEIN WAY, NEWTON,
KENYON, KOHLER & CHASE, HOB ART M. CABLE,
VOSE & SONS, SHONINGER and others are the makes
to be found. Every one fully warranted. Space does not
permit us to dwell on these instruments. A call of inves
tigation is most convincing, though. Nowhere at any time
were such high-grade makes offered at such little prices.
Your terms are our terms. Bring five or ten dollars and
have a piano before tomorrow night.
Eighty-six dollars buys a good practice piano. For $1-15
you can now get a good make easily worth $;)25. $187 buys
a fine $150 piano. This one has been slightly used but is
in fine condition. Others at $215, $210, $27S, etc. All go
at factory cost plus freight.
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CLOSING OUT THE STOCK FORMERLY
OFFERED BY
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tatii'ij lubor of its r,m.
.vol n n,td
is to be aevti. 'I l l ia a NMi:ttI'u pieee '
J of Idark. land, mlh Its anKtona i
j om.ois, p illed. i-,:inl atid ready f, r re
jnioval o the butje wi,.eftoose. isherr
I t i-tn of Ih, oeioiis will be aevonv
j pbhr.. Red w hi'to the final in-if
I ami i.veXii,; t-ske plnre bef-,re hauiing
thrm t, slna ,r t4b'iiuib, where thev
will le shipil i vet the wolld.
J K. ArVermaii nnd t'ri'nk Pell
sehneidrr. the iianers 'of thiit audol
farm, have tiie lypieal thrift of tni
(oeatrvaieut and nott.Fr.") hr-, is sf.
ed. The awalle.f ef the enoes r i a-M
for wts, ike fs'od sue fir i,he'et
ITtad e'kmf oetors, the 1t.i;d fei
i ieklrn oaioo. the f.utk, lh,..;' s.kv
1 top tvtuse ,v diy ptvi'tfily. r ra'.lesl
"rolli.'ii and are !.! bv la- e)np
load tvt fiiili-u. ii h i.h to r'ie
(ree:i onion tkr f. ll.mr .eii-g The
leverylhieif is B,aivrt,U.
laau.oer to asv inquiry, " What hiast
l v keep t your frtendsf" he
al-i: "Veasr! They ore ns kaid te
rie' I waat pay for everytkihj I
raiae. 1 Ike;- hi oar rt As. en
ainv. while Mr. . kerinun, i,n brether.
and onve ail eame from the viilate of
leise. itJerlnm!, Hut they are ail
,n in thrift aid industry
Ike buil.'ins are bee uiifuUy it-.:t
ed with wiadmc e-'hwaya and fra,,'
rant (oses. Mention -hold b made
of Ike frviitft.l orrhard and the tiav
sMawl'eiiv pMrh whei Miss .Vkernan
see-.irej 75 pirT ef superior feriiv
for raimiMU and at this Int daf asaey
delirious M U-ines ran f seea rmoeg
the green leavev
1 thoeeht a 1 lke lac at the
hi nil's ro ef eei a and aetieed hew
Ihe yellow SepteinN'r svisikix rested
tirer Ihe aeene, what a beautiful and
fruitful fount y this Oniton of t-j-'
Th-.iris.Iay ei;ht 'a thtie.der shower was
the heavi.st ep!U'.Td IB ttiatticini'T
for year.
The wiuj aeeo.pTtaf the torm
aiol urh fiuit tj fal. but ueh
rcit is t lov. ai"t alt if the f t
1 era krs-p swme thivt a oie a and prefit
wf it.h fruit.
Mr. aoj Mrs. rimer S.-eley, ef IVrt
laasl, a,espaoied by their t dah
ra. Mi I libel ani iiias AK'e. are
vi.itii't the lai.e aaj A lie a aontea.
'oainj their woik
lime amott the
;eaaa eould talo vabtobW k-sa;Mr. ffle it aim tervoiiied hl leaj. su
their work this week,
wi'h a ihTial gi-i'd
w orVers.
t.arly in the w,-. k Sit .'upun- se hop-
teHn b.arvlej Ihe trtia at (.ii'hlv
fr their h,vne in I'orl'.and. ska had
b-en eail"Ve.l at the M. IM Jones hop
yard.
The prevalvnee of yellow jarltets in
the bop yards is vr. notieeable thia
season. .V auttl"-r of :uall ehiotrea in
the Lop dtt:ita in this vieimty havo
been asvere'y aturg by the r.
Alsw a ret if 'Ue ;etj arriuvntly
iiit iib.'d by a bned ef Indian enie
hwng driven ab-es to - 5 aeiti,- hiiihwry
ra-twvd tiie Jieaiea aad their Indna
herder t- (t an in-vtoBiptu wild west
shew t, tae toVuvan.
Tie d- (WlH-d trr-. a" -.t tide owe o"
ltiv"i'i na, t -L?rhlei native trv-e,
ar, fii throeaH the m.ti.'BS of a
revnd Ibwating. asaay e.f the tree tie
ng whit' with Vdisuoar.w. iai phe..n.
en is th- uv'ht to be Ok result the
K4 dry il whieh aasturej the bu.1
and thai warat rata hive bor-st them
into tosa.
' L. R. M. rieret, live r-epular ta'dot
The Markets
LOCAL WHOMSAXE MAiiKETS.
Hay, timothy
t lover, p't toii .
Oata and vetrh .
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Whrat. per bulie!
,l'.ra, r tvu
'. pT-r buwbel ....
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hittim bait, per lt.
nausea, per f t
Batter a&d Eggs.
tlutterfat. per lb
0aoirT batter, rr lb.
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Ileas pet lb.
Sooetrrs. jer Jb.
Krvr r ..
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' alw thia tia. ' auna-r aa. Master Kit Jses-teT.
I Laa4 Cawt l-VO Art. I ISp pi'aiaj Kei( ra.lly eap!e-
1 Thia laJ er Vw an aere d tkt J la a fw reaiait Td. A
' ar( yield raeli y.r a;-e earh rf ber f .iuve hop iimw are fiih
J the four aer hea bt-ea .V. ' iaf tkia week.
Mr. 1'. I'i k.i.lrr it a aaiive of tWr-1 TV I K k hp yaJ bI esaj !s-lesl
flis-mJa th;a .
i Alt Kiile -js g;aet
Quiatbr Jneada 4-j:p the w.-rh.
Mr. Albert ttaaavrk. aU waa for a
(t rsvta at t ak-ai heerital, r
r atril eeih ia relura to kiw faraa.
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Boft, tat. wej- lb
tawk kef, psrr lb.
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I'ortlnr.d. Ore.. S-pt. SI. Wlietit -
( l ib. Hie: bluestem. 1.03; Walla Walla
f. . b.
(hit. No. 1 white fivd. -i; gray.
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hurley-Brewing, ;2..-0; fes-d. 2SJ
11-yiH-B.st live. f."0.
Prime atei-ra, 57.25; fan. y real 'i.25:
sest enlvra. S.5.
Vl'r'-'R lamb, '.
Butter I iry ereamery. .toe.
I'iUS ."-eleeted b al Vitnu. 3.V.
Hens lo'je; bri.ilem, lJe; geese, lf
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SEATTLE MARKETS.
battle. S.pt. Sl.-rfnif
1 Tresk ranrh. -t'v ; Utiental. Ixe.
Untter Ueal rube. ,:4e; bnet, 3-V;
Orescn enbe. .",2.'i e.V.
i he. se Limbur;er, l!e; Wiseonsin.
lsc; Swiss idome-ti.-1. "Ie; Washing
tou. lT'..,iii
Onion i.reen, 2'i2V r d ;
fastera Washington, I ol',e per pnB,l;
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