Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, July 12, 1915, Page THREE, Image 3

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    THE SALEM DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, ORE.. MONDAY. Jl'LY 12. 191?
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WILL STUDY IN U. S.
SEATTLE N 8101!
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FOR Win REIGN
Sound City Gay With Fezes,
Music, Fluttering Flags
and Fun
Seattle, Wash., July 12. Seattle
ojiened wide her arms today, forgot her
petty cares of business and bowed
obedianee to the gayest monarch of the
world, Frederick R. Smith, of Roches
ter, N. Y., imperial potentate of Shrine
dom, who with his royal divan, will
rule the city for one sulid, joyous week.
Throughout the day amid a bewilder
iii) medley of martial music, waving
flags anil streamers, fluttering hearts
and happy chatter, this royal person
ace was followed by the arrival of
troops of scarlet-coated, feezed and fe
tive people a vast iuvadiug throng of
50,000 good fellows, their wives and
families.
When Imperial Potentate Smith
stepped from the train at the union
depot at 8:30 o'clock, bands and patrols
from visiting temples, platoons of police
and a guard of Nile scouts, of Seattle,
piloted the potentate to his breakfact
at the Washington hotel.
During the afternoon Shrine people
toured the eity'g boulevards in motor
cars and got acquainted . Not until
early evening was the real program of
the day approached.
But, meanwhile a warm and bitter
contest was being framed, lsmalia
temple, of Buffalo; Moolah temple, of
St. Louis, and 1'alestine temple, of
Providence, R. I., each want the next
convention held in their respective
cities. Dire events were planned to
transpire during the week.
Sunday saw thousands ,of visiting
Shriners on the boulevards and splash
ing about in the surf at the bathing
beaehers.
Little parades marched up and down
the streets at all hours of the day, there
were special services in two churches,
and just enough music, to keep the
streets lined with people during the
day.
Thirty-six specials have emptied dele
gates from 'J widely separated temples
into the city today.
Included in the arrivals are Imperial
Treasurer William S. Brown, of Phila
delphia; Imperial Second Ceremonial
Master Krnest A. Cutts, of Savannah,
(In., Imperial First Ceremonial Master
Kllis Lewis (iarretson, and Imperial
Marshal .lames S. McCandless, of
Honolulu.
Officially today is "Cnnadinn day."
Following dinner parties tonight the
first program of the week will include
children s dances, drills by patrols,
vocal music and band concerts by the
famous banj of Abdullah. temple, of,
Leavenworth, Kansas.
At the same time the imperial divan j
and other Shriners will be entertained
by the 1 ght opera, Martha, sung by the
Standard (irnnd Opera company, of
Seattle. Still others will find amuse-j
tnent on the roof garden of the Stuart-,
Henry-White buildings, where a feast
of Texas watermelons will be held.
Tuesdav will be Tacntnu dny.
WOMAN WANTS
TO HELP OTHERS
By Telling How Lydia E. Pink-
ham' Vegetable Compound
Restored Her Health.
JSWi
mail
Si-Si
Sleigeyo Muira.
Sleigeyo Muira, one of the moat
beautiful girls in Japan, will enter
Mount Holyoke college this fall and
take a four years' course. She is
spending' tha summer with Mrs.
Helen Gould ShaDard. 1
EOWLBY WILL SETTLE
WASHINGTON MIX-UP
Thousands Visit Portland.
Portland, Or., July 12. It seemed as
though all the Shriners in the world
Sundayed in Portland, but they enn-i
tinned to pour in today. The red fe..cd
herds is en route to Seattle where Ihe
annual conclave is being held this
week. i
As soon as a special train halted, the
nobles anil their ladies were taken in
tow by members of the Al Knder tem
ple, Portland, and whisked awny on
sightseeing tours, which included auto
Huddle rides up the Columbia highway,
mill return by steamer. I
Of course "the bountiful "cats" were
not overlooked. 1
The Al Knder bunch hail played its
eistire repertoir about 14 times in meet
ing the arriving Shriners s inls but
the "tooting" showed no diiiiiniiition
in vigor.
If former State highway Engineer
Bowlby corroborates the interpretation
placed upon tne contract tor the con
struction of the Rex-Tigurdvillo road
in Washington countv bv Jeftery St
Button, the contractors, whereby the
latter was to receive -.4.j per cubi
yard for broken stone measured loose,
instead of ' broken stone mncadtim in
place ' according to the strict letter of
the contract, then the highway cn;iiiiiis
sion can sec no wnv out of making an
other appropriation of if;i,00 from the
highway fund lor next year to assist in
the completion of this road iu fulfill
ment (if its promise. Otherwise the
state has already paid the contractors
$2,114. S4 iu excess of the contract price
on last year's work and the ifliOOO al
ready appropriated for the work for
this year will be sufficient to complete
the jitli, according to the report of State
Kngineer Lewis.
The matter was taken up by the
highway commission at the meeting yes
terday afternoon and considered from
every angle and it was finally decided
to ask Major Bowlby what construction
he gave terms of the contrnct to con
tractors, there being mr.hing in writ
ing so far as ran be learned, and the
commission will have to abide by his
answer. As it is, State Engineer Lewis,
says, the contract was let upon the busis
of a cost of $'JO,nou and the work is
being paid tor upon the cost basis of
iflM.litltl.
Bombs Smuggled Aboard
In Sacks Of Sugar
New York, July 12. Nine bombs
were found hidden in bugs of sugar
aboard the British steamer Kiikeswnld
when its cargo consigned to .Marseilles
was discharged on the last trip abroad,
according to officers of the vessel re
turning here today.
The Kirkeswnld, a vessel of 4.021
tons, was loaded at the Fubre line pier
in Brooklyn. Officers of the steamer
believe Mevcdorcs planted bombs which
for some reason failed to explode. News
of the discovery of the bombs wns
hushed up abroad and their presence
was fiist reported when the Kirkes
wnld returned to this port.
FORMER ATHLETE IN HOSPITAL
Miami, Okla. "I had a female
trouble and weakness that annoyed J
me continually, l t
tried doctors and all j
kinds of medicine
for several years j
but was not cured 1
until I took LydiaE.
Pinkham's Vegeta- ;
ble Compound. I
hope my testimonial l
will help other suf
fering women to j
try your wonderful
medicine." M rs. !
M.R.Millek, Box 234, Commerce, Okla. !
Demonstration Car Will Be In
Salem Wednesday After
noon and Evening
Get i Straw Hat
now at the begin
ning of the sea
son. All Straws
reduced
1-3
The demonstration enr of the S. 1
: company which is operated iu conjunc
. tion w ith the extension service of i). A.
A.'., to show the latest methods of am
filing fruit and vegetables will spend
one week in Marion county,
j llemonstintions will be gien in Sa
'lent on Wednesday the llth inst., at
,2:'M in the afternoon and S o'clock
j ill the evening. The afternoon demon
stration will cover the subject of home
running on the farm and the evening
I demonstration, home-cunning in the
city. The object Oi nis arrangement
j is to give peoj le .residing in the country
Ian opportunity to attend in the niter-
noon, and the people of N.lcni in the
; evening.
; The fsoutliorn Pacific company has as
signed u baggage cur and a passenger
conch for the demonstrations and in-
knowledge of improved methods of can
I ning for home consumption and foi
. I riL.tiitnti 'in ill. llOm iiiuiin.r .if Ci-.ii..,
l-t . . . . 1. 1 . I ... . .
VOgCUIUIOS, U1HO 1111-11 1 S, Willi tne
of bringing nbout u better
market uud encouraging the profitable
: use of surplus fruits and vegetables, an
l immense uniouut of which is now per
! initted to go to waste.
I Prof. F. L. (Iriffin of the extension
! service of the O. A. ('., will be iu charge
of the car and conduct demonstrations
i and lectures. The operation of u dcni-
; onstration car devoted to this particular I
subject, is something new, and with
the iissistance or your cluh and tin
i press, we look forwanl to a heavy at
Another Woman who has Found
Health inLyiliaE.rinkhiuu's
Vegetable Compound.
Lindsborg, Kansas. " Some years
ago I suffered with terrible pains in my
side which I thought were inflammation,
also with a bearing (town pain, back
oche, and I was at times awfully ner
vous. I took three bottles of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
am now enjoying good health. I will
be el ad to recommend vour medicine to ! and
any woman suffering with female trou- j object
ble and you may publish tins letter.
-Mrs. A. L. Smith, R. No. 3, Box 6",
Lindsborg, Kansas.
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia E. IMnkliiim'x Vegeta
ble Compound will help you, wrlto
to Lydia F,.PinkhaiuMelleliieCo.
(confidential) Lynn,Mass., for ad
vice. Vour lettor will be opened.
. j .. . i iendnnce of persons who are interested
and held In strict confidence. in eanning.
The baggnge car will carry an exhib
it of all modern appliances used in
home cunning, including fie t vpes of
canning outtits, vuiious types of tin
and glass containers, complete soldering
outfit, charts illustrating various phases
of this work, etc. The cars will cover
the greater portion of the Willamette
valley during an eleven day period.
The following is the ilineraiy of the
cur:
Peiuonstriition
t'onunences
Quality, Style or Price?
You want all three? Just what we expected. We have
them here in Bishop's All Wool Suits.
Its the finest combination you ever looked at and to
gether with our policy of absolute satisfaction, assures
you of everything you want in your suit.
We will serve you courteously and with the aid of our
tailoring department will fit you correctly-
Bishop's All Wool Suits
$15.00 $20.00 $25.00
SALEM
WOOLEN MILLS'
STORE
Artisan Drill Team i
Leaves For Fair Tomorrow
The Artisan drill team, with several
of their friends will leave for San
Francisco, taking the steamer (Irent
Northern from Flnvel at 1:30 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon. They will compete
with the drill teams of the lodge from
Oregon and California nt the tourna
ment to be held ut Oakland this week.
Several members of the lodge are al-
I ready in Onklnnd, having taken the
.Southern Pacific route last week.
Those having reservations on the
I (irent Northern, sailing tomorrow, are,
Misses Audrey Ilicks, Grace Tiillinan,
t'leo Kennan, (Veil P.ohuunn, liuth Moll
iinnii, Kuhv Maker, Munis Andrcson,
.Mabel Hrnsnf ich!, Tcnnie Henley, Flor
ence .Martin, Mamie Hovedebo, Dor
j "thy Andrescn, iJora Cnvry. Also, Mrs.
Pearl Collins, .Mrs. Adu Zo'el, Mrs. May
Hodgers, Mrs. Irene St. Helens nud Mrs.
Ida ('rum. Will Zn.cl and Fay Col
lins will also l.ccompnny the party.
I They will go direct to Oakland to at
tend the national meeting of the Aris
iins, to be held this week. After attend
ing the national convention, the Artis
ans will put in their time at the exposi
Itioti grounds, returning by steamer in
j nbout ten illivs.
Independence, Monday, July 10:00 a
Monmouth, Monday, July I- ... 'J:llll p
Albany, Tuesday, July lil 10:00 a
Jefferson, Tuesday. July bl 2;IMI p
(lei vnis, Tnesduy, July II N:00n
(iervnis, Wednesday, July 1 1. . . KiiMIn
Turner, Wednesday, July II ...ll:,r.0a
Salem, Wednesday, July H .... i!:IIO p
Salem, Wednesday, July II N;(l(lp
Silvertou, Thursday, July 15 ..11:00 a
Mt. Angel, Thursday. Juiy IS .. II : :sil
Mt. Angel, Thursday, July l.'i .. X:00 p
Canbv, I'ri.liiv, July 111 fi:.'lil a
Molnila, Frid'n Jiilv 111 Usui a
Hubbard. Friday, July 10 :i:.m p
Auiorn, Friday, July 10 h:iiii
(iundcr.ion, M. J. Sunvold. C. A. Men-,
son contributed Hill yards of ginvel.
The work done by the crew is about
one mile west of Silvertou through a;
low wet place which hits been guided
up and graveled with six incites of;
creek gravel and surfaced with four
inches of fine Snleni giavel (scicencdl.
and washed) and we believe this stretch
of road will be good when well packed.'
We are led to believe that the big In ml
owners, capitalists, money men mid
others in the District who have not vet
contributed their shore iu work will
pay the eipiivalent iu cash for good
roads. Let the good work go on. We
are bound to get good roads here and
the sooner we get them the sooner we
derive benefits from them. Next year
this district plans to construct a mile
of permanent road and it can be done.
The worst is over, the low plnces lire
fixed and the rest of the way hioi a
good grade, so all that it takes is the
gravel.- Silvertou Appeal.
TRY A JOURNAL CLASSIFIED AD
THEY ARE BUSINESS GETTERS
ONE CENT A WORD.
Flotilla To Cruise
Along Alaskan Coast
Itreinerton, Wash., July 2, A cruise I
along Ihe Alaskan coast will bo made
by the torpedo boat destroyer flotilla, i
accompanied by the flagship Stewart,
Paul Jones, Perry, I'reble and Truxton,
alter they have taken coal here. They
are due to arrive t'lom Sail Francisco
next Sunday.
A cent a word wilt tell your
ifory in tha Journal Ntw Today
Conkey's Fly Knocker
The real and effective protection from the torture of flies,
rr makes milking an easy, pleasant chore.
fly Knock-
Trtie, 35 ets.
can
a p.mrt, 00 eta. for a half uallon, and $1.00 for a gallon
Tor sale by
D. A. White & Sons
Phone 160
Salem, Oregon
Aurora, Saturday, .Inly 17 N;OOa
Woodburn, Saturday, July 17 .. l:.'IOp
Muileny. Satiiiiluv. July 17 .... S:0Op
Auinsvi'lle, Monday. July III 1 :00 p
Salem, Ore., July 12. Fred Moid
lea. of Klamath Fall;', football and
track star for the I'uixeisity of Oregon
from I'.MMl to l'.Miil, was committed to
the Oregon state ho-piti.l today from
Multnomah county. Injuries received
during a football game are believed to
have led to Moullen's n ental break
down. Moullen, daring his college days, was
familiarly known as "Iron Foot" and
"Kuhki" and was without a peer in
northwest collegiate football circles as
a punter. He wns captain of Oregon
in I!"'!'. in which veer he was g.nl
noted from that institution. Moullen
tlso hud few equal as a pole vnulter,
and is an i xpeit rifle shot.
Reads Magazine As
She Rides Hydroplane
Scuttle, Wash., July 12. Flying on
her twenty fiist trip und so accustom
ed to traveling through the air that she
rend a maga.ine thioughout the journey
Miss Itutli Kutledge. 21, flitted to Se
attle from F.vcrott, miles, i 20 min
utes Sunday with Aviator Mninney, in
Ins hydroplane, arriving on Lake Wush
ingtuii at 12:10 p. ui.. after rising li.ooo
feet over the city. Mummy, who "hs
some time ago miide official flyer of
Montana by the legislature of that
state, following a sensul ionnl flight in v.
storm, will fly daily here during Shrine
week.
CITY HALL NEWS
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corder Hairy I.Icim
police jwb.'o ilutieg
colder Comics 1'.
taking his vai aii' ti.
ole
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' rolled in p
before Actiiu'
, wiio is serving as
the absence of lie
K)iu, who is now
Alb. 'it Smith paid a I0 fine to:
speeding i.ml I'l'd Steiner, who v. t:
also chnigi-d with violating a tniffic
o.ilic:inci in iiitnag coiners npoei'i
later nfte
Ins arrest
cited. Stelliel s
lllollow mollill'g.
a
"I""
i nut was issued foi
failure to ii r as
use will be culled to
Essentially American
No other nation enjoys such
progressive business facilities
as Western Union Day and
Night Letters. Conducting
correspondence by telegraph
has jumped American business
methods into world leadership.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
i STOMACH MISERY
j QUICKLY VANISHES
Vour money back if you want it i
'the wav in which lanie J. Frv, the
popular druggist, is selling Mi-o-nu, the
gient, dyspepsia remedy,
This is nil unusual plan, but Mi o tin
has so much merii ami is so utmost ill
wirinbly successful in relieving all
forms of indigestion that he ran but
lime rish in selling uiiiler a gnimmt
I of this kind.
I I'ii not be miserable or make vo ir
j friends miserable with your dvspi. jn.
! M i-r -mt Kill help you. ( it Mm. -Ml 't,
I ti ll I'aniel .1. l-'iy that i mi M.-int vour
I laonev blo k Hlol he will iheei fully u
I fund it.
I A change fr ,,. better will be se, a
! f mill the fit.) fVw of Mi o aa au
jits continued no will i start ou
on the roa. to petfe, t .liges;,,,,, ,,,.
j ' n o incut of food.
Mion;i has been so unif.irii-lv mo
. esfo that every bo I. ilu,,.r
po-ilue guarantee to refund the u.oio v
if it does not r 1 1 . What laifer
propositi,,,, ,il, 1 c made.
I I'aniel J y,v .jn,., n.
I g llllllll'ee of 1 'll .iliev hark f v
It " Willi V ITV box if M i o lin
i "ells. A guarantee like li,
j 'dnure, f.,r 1 no nl of 1 1,
Willinin
lnv night
toxieatetl. 'I'll f !'
put and wim icli a
He pleniled yi.H.
paid a fine ot $ I".
I'n r I 'ly was arrested Sulnr
on a liarge of being in
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Southern Pacific Makes
Week-End Valley Rates
Office 337 State Street, Telephone Main 61.
! Tlie so uth, in I'.'ic,.,,- louipurr, Pu,
fib . I n i.i-n he ! ,!,. w i'h th p ib'i
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the loam line l . t ircn I ni'it,. i;r
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ARE DOING ROAD WORK.
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May J" the .-,y se nude I v
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r. ad ,nh has -'a led, so Unit this .lav
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