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X PEOKB MAIN M.
Ir3.'i0 per cord.
ORDER ash wood at Ward K.
tf i'oli HESI
b room modern
KKKSII cows for sale.
J. D. Alexander.
OLU M'MBEK for gale, cheap.
4.'i0 Court street.
WANTED -Family of 5 or 6 to pick
primes. Phone . 12-F-25. Sept4
WANTED Lady cook. Home Rcstau
rant, 223 .North Commercial. 8ept5
FOR KENT Furnished housekeeping! f'ntSs of tno separate Pacific states will,'
room; close in. 0. W. Johnson, ltk 0,1 display. I
; I Secretary Olcott found the state flag
ROOMING-HOtSE for snlc, reasonable. I as derined by section vltiL', Lord's Ore-.
.Inquire 4(52 State,
FOR SALE Choice pointer dogs, train
to field work. Phone 24-F-2. Chas.
FOR SALE Reed baby carriage, with
storm curtains. Price $10. I'hone
TO LOAN $000 and $500 on city or
farm property. W. A. -Liston, 484
Court street. Sept4
FOB KENT Modern 4-rooni apart
ment, furnished. Inquire 210 South
I4tn street. ScptO
UFT your shoes repaired for hop-nick
ing; prices reasonable. Nineteenth
and State. Phpne 500. Sept4
LOST Yearling heifer, brindle; reward
;. Cnas. Schmit, Bull's Farm.
I'hone 84 F-2. SeptO
FOR SALE 20 hags, 5c, or will trade
for team. Heifer calf, 6 months, $10.
Kt. No. 8, Box 103. tf
LOST Bunch of keys at municipal
beach last night. Return to this
office; reward. Sept3
WILL TRADE hogs for team of horses
and haruees; price must be right.
Route 8, Box 103, Salem. tf
FOR RENT Very desirable, strictly
modern six-room flat; close in. Phone
TWO seven-room houses for rent, one
furnished, one unfurnished, near
- high school, (360 N. High St. Sept3
J WILL not be responsible for any
debts contracted by any one save
myself. H. 1). Hill. . , Kept3
WANTED Man wants plowing or oth
er farm work with team. Route 4.
Box 33, Salem, Ore. tf
LOST Brown purse, $10 in gold $2
in Silver, and a ticket from Salem to
Albany. Return to Journal office.
GET yor.ir shoes repaired for tho fall
season; prices reasonable. Nineteenth
and State. Phone 000. V. Dykstra.
WILL BUJT green prunes for drying.
Henry A. Townsend, Box 152, Route
3. I'hone 36-F-23. One mile west of
FOR SALE, TRADE OR RENT By
owner, 3Vi acres; nlso 2 acres, all on
ear line; (i-room house. 320 Hubbard
building, Salem. . SeptO
BUNA VISTA FERRY BOAT For sale
cheap. New and in good running or
der. Paying proposition. Inquire J.
A. Huston, Buna Vista, Ore. Sept fi
FOR SALE Ford touring car, 5-pas-senger,
in excellent condition; $300
cash; no trade. 185 South Iflth
FOR RENT That fine newly reouilt
10-room house on Marion street, near
Garfield school, may be rented chenp
ly tho right persons. H. S. Oile &
Ua - tf
MONEY TO LOAN On improved
farms at 7 per cent annual interest.
1 am representing the Commerce Safe
Deposit & Mortgage Co., of Portland,
Ore. . Quick delivery of money. Write
me. F. J. Berger, Salem, Ore. tf
HOP-PICKING commences at the Illi
heo hop yard Thursday morning; 20
more pickers needed. Ranca at Each
liiiind Station on Southern Pacific
railway, 4 miles east of Salem. Ex
cellent camp grounds. Hops aro splen
did. Come or phone 19-F-ll. tf
AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN Used car,
Itamblor, model 54, five-passenger, in
excellent condition, 40-50 horsepower
cngino; tires grmd; demountable
wheels; one extra wheel with tire
complete; a speedy, comfortable pas
senger car; can be made into a Vi or
3-4 tono truck. A good machine for
a fruit grower. Demonstration to in
terested parties; $400 will buy this
inachiuo. Dim't pass this up, be
cause of its being a used cal it is a
'argnin; have a look at it, at least.
1'avo Pugh, Phone 835, Salem, Ore.
General delivery. Sept3
' iV for adle, a Journal
Want Ad will ,M it.
STATE FLAG WANTED
FOR PACIFIC FLAG DAY
Secretary Olcott Digs Through
Musty Archives To Supply
An inquiry from Honolulu
at tho ottice of Secretary of State Ol
cott tolay broueht out the fa.t thm
Oregon has no state flag. So far the
Stars and Strips us recommended liv
the solons at Washington, I). (.'., has
always been sufficient, hut when Ore
gon is given a chance to become dis
tinguished as a state in addition to its
place in the Union Secretary Olcr.H nro-
cceded to outline a state flag accord
ing to the laws of this state as outlined
in the BIuo Book. The occasion tor
the need of a separate state flag is
"Pacific Flag Day" in Honolulu, when
tho flags of all nations bordering the
Pacific ocean anil the territorinl una.
j sessions of tho United States and the
gon Laws, tu be in the nature of a' 1UB ' "Kgnipn-Lieuier morion picture I or visuaJmntiou over that of literature
ba'allion tlag for state soldiers serving veihionof Hall (.tune's "The Chris-1 It is recognized as the most masterful,
in the field. The state flag, as out- '''" is probably the most daring in-. most elaborate, and must sumptuous
lined by Mr. Olcott to conform with tiie 1 vasion ever attempted by motion pie-! photo drama ever produced. This mas
law, is as follows: 1 ture producers; it is not only n triumph ' terpiece will bo presented tit the Ore
"To bo of blue silk with arms of a!for the producers, but for the fine art gon on Saturday, Sunday and Monday,
state embroidered or painted in t1'" ;
center. Tho size of tho flag shall be
0 feet lVa inches wi the fly and 5 feet
II inches on the pike or staff, with the
length of the pike as 10 feet Ulj
inches. " The flag bears 38 stars and
ti.o date 1S57, but this should be 1.8.)!),
as the state was admitted into the
union in 185!), and ii was undoubtedly a
typographical error that gave the date
Secretary Olcott did not make any
offer to supply the Honolulu' commit
tee with a flag of this state, but simply
gave them the plans and specifications
and his permission to make one if they
wanted it for 'Pacific Flag Day."
HONORS FOR GOETHAXS
San Francisco, Sept. 3. Snu Fran-
if.,:.. i m.
w ri,w,n..,i . tk. i s
canal, Tuesday at tho exposition' when
ik,; i. ,. i,:..
a celebration of the completion of his ;
Hill y.n i,..i.i (i.,..!,ia ...in i.n i
greeted with military honors, and will i
..Wt n vnn,i .nlin t.rJ.nh frl
i.v... i.i lillu. umiUUID nut
the c.-.s! zone, (.eneriil Onethnla will I
arrivo here tonight from Portland.
Cincinnati Times-Star: Some ingen
ious gambler might make a pool as to
who will bo the first to suffer a pen
alty those responsible for tho East-'
lnr.1 disaster or the murderers of Leo
For sour acid stomachs, gns and fer
mentation of food. A teaspoonful in a
fourth of a glass of hot water usually
gives INSTANT RELIEF. Sold by ail
druggists in either powder or; tablet
form at 50 cents per bottle.
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THEDAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY. SEPT. 3. 1915.
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HOW UNITED STATES
DIFFERS FROM OTHER
By William O. Shepherd. -Washington,
Aug. 20. It is here, at
the heart of the United States, that I
, completed the discovery of America.
; The discovery had begun in Europe
where, in the war-ridden countries, Ii
i ''T'' T' ,pr'i"1 PMu i
: R"d saw its good opinion sought bv all!
armies, and chancellories. I had
",u,lunl """'"V lm"'ta ln
th west and east of the United States
,vnere I fomi
found Americana busy, happy,
unwornod und confident.
And now in Washington, I discover,
at last, what makes the United States
different from every other country in
President Wilson is greyer and thin
ner than he was when 1 saw him as
governor of New Jersey . This year of
war in JMirojie, and the other years ot
trouble in Mexico, have left their mark
on him; there is the same old boyish
Wfiisomeness about his smile, but ho
doesn 't smile as often as he used to.
"What's the difference between
you, Mr. President of the United
Mates, ami the mighty masters of the
warring countries of Europe'!'' is a
question you find yourself silently
putting to him.
The difference is that oodrow WU
son and any other man who might be
in tne president's ciiair at this time about the United States which you (lis
would have to do the same thing isn cover, after you return from warring
constantly seeding to discover what is
best for the people of tho United
States and what they want him to do.
But the rulers of the nations in Europe
all are asking. "What shall I order the
people to do for met"
You can stand on the White House
lawn and see them going into the
White House, the men and women from
every corner of the United States of
Great Bloodless Battle
American Lake, Wash., Sept. .1 Busi
ness men of the northwest, receiving
instruction in a three weeks' camp here
from regular army officers, fought n
terrific, battle todny. It was a blood
less affair. Not one of the participants
was even scratched.
The men were divided into two
I Terhaps it would be better to en'
them boards of strategy.
In a tent was spreurr a military may
I of Gettysburg. Little colored pins were .
i stuck into 'it, two long lines. One side I
!came into the tent and figured out j
I ...... m, , , ,
metnou ot ntiacK. J ney tnen movea tne j
pins and retired
The other side then entered and
without being told what the "enemy"
had done, moved their own pins to meet
Captain A. P. Hyde, senior instructor,
acted as reforoo.
vmmmmmiimmwmffl Oregon ir
VERSION OF HLL CAM'S
whom the president will ask intermin
able questions. It is little wonder he
grows grey and a little thin. Of those
who come from Europe he will ask:
thinking, wT,at arl
wnat are tne people of Franco
the people of
JI ,loe8" sk hat n",lirs
ing. or what governments are doinir.
The question is: '
"What are tho people thinking"
It is this same question he asks,
whenever the opportunity uffords, in
regard to the American people. But
there ib no ruler in Europe today ap
parently who cares what the people
tuiiiK, so long as they fight.
as they fiiMit. And
there is no country in Europe where it
is safe for a man to say what he thinks,!
providing he thinks against his gov-:
About the White House you see news-l Most of the prune growers are pick
paper men in throngs. They don't seeing l'ctites though there nro sumo ltnl
tho president every day; it isn't neces- iuus coining in which indicate a ;in,d
sary. But they are in constant and quality of large size. The summer sua
daily touch with the president's repre- which has been' particularly geiiciMus
sentatives. What the president docs; this season is making the i. runes heavy
. what he thinks; what h
trying to do
they Know it all. Tins is not said mimes tne weight in pr s nn I (ve
to boost Woodrow Wilson. Any man,' tinned sunshine for two or three weeks
in the president's place, would have to make the Willamettu valley prunes
do the same thing. This thing of the 'i''1' ' sugar this year.
government keeping in touch with the
i public is one of the wonderful points
It doesn't seem wonderful to Amer
icans. But after you've seen millions
of citizens of 'various nations in Europe,
marching to death, willy nilly, without
being consulted, without even being re
quested, only uioler orders, you begin
to appreciate the marvel of 'there be
ing a nation nn the earth where the
opinion of the people counts,
Wants Friendship Always
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 3. "From our
point of view we would like always to
bo friendly with your comitiv you are
, , ' , . , , . ,',
our best custoine s and, to all purposes.
the one nation who can help us in com-
merce," said K. Okasaki, member of
the Japanese parliament, who is in Se-
attle en route from Japan
to the battle
fields of France, where he is going to
see "modern warfare ot its worst."
Americn desires to increase Ik r
y " ho continued. "Tho declared
intention is for preparedness against all
nations. Willi Russia, Germany and
France she will never fight-cspccinlly
a naval buttle. The only two remain-
ng ,,,,,. in , f;,,1(1 ftr(, j,;,,,,,,,!
I see no oX'-'ikc for either England
or Japan ever iigniing America, yet
those who do is wild moments sccit
war, declare, at least, that this cm
try will never fight Englnnd. You sec
who remains, do you not T "
Hal Caines greatest Novel Earle Williams Edith
Storey a triumph for the producers, and a greater
triumph of the whole art of visualization over that of
SPECIAL MUSICAL NUMBERS.
The cast includes such well known
stars us Edith Storey, Curlotta DeFlice,
Earl Williams, Edward Kimball, Chas.
Kent, Donald Hall, Hurry Northrup.
James Morrison, Juno Fcarnley, James
Lnckaye, and others.
PRUNES PROMISE TO
If) THIS SECTION
Sunshine Adds Sugar and
Weight to Prune Crop For
Season of 1915
Although the first picking of the sea
son is a poor indication of the average
quality, the prunes now coming in to the
Salem Fruit Union point to a first class
product for the .1015 season and larger
than the avernge prune. The total
crop for th northwest is variously esti
mated nt from 18,000,000 to 20,000,1)00
i mmmlu tu n , ;r. n :in nun mill r,..,.,..i
but those who estimated at the higher
figure ore now beginning to think they
have sold short and are scurrying to
cover in many instances.
in t:gnr winch is tho element that
ln" prune market is inactive at pre i-
tnnie prices arc lieir.g
maintained. This is due nnitlv tu the
deadlock in California where the puck-
ers und growers are at wnr. The park
eis generally sold short 'ind the growers
aro refusing to sell in an endeavor to
force the price up. The prices sought
by the growers ni'e out of roach, of the
puckers and the ifide is Flow to make
offers while the ilendlock is on. The
dealers believe tliut the packers will
win ultimately and while (lie outcome is
in doubt the result is a quiet marker.
The Ctilit'oru'iii prune gmwers have
twice as many prunes as usual to harv
est this year nail III1 ivu-kers believe
that when the growe-'s begin to need
money they will sell, and ,is si, on ns
the growers tart a s"!ling movement
the market will probably weaken.
I In Marion and I'olk counties the vichl
j estimated at from a little better
than one third to otic-half of n crop, in'
u"sf I'"''" "f l'",k 'ou:it 'If Held is
good to i -ear 'Ahile in llie ilistnets
p,,I(li ,.o:m. rc,ardists reporting nearly
a full yield while others hiivo no prunes
llt "" "''"t of the short yield
f ."Y . " ' , 1 ' .h, ".
MM' I'lltl- I.T 'A 'I'l It'll u, in: MUMl I IJ 1 1 1 1 'II
all sorts of prices are quoted according
to whether the one offering is long or
l'ft on' prunes. The :i!ioi t s '.dlor l now?
that if he hells he must puy a higher
pice in the open market and lis n re
su'r quotes a higher price than the on.'
e-'h'i I ce prunes on hand c ui.dor con
trie f ami no stable p" 't ! will likely b
nun mined until til i utility and lumn
t i V of prunes in' III neilhwcM for the
( , v : h . 1 1 1 i. established.
Sow Orleans Mates: Now that a
Brooklyn court lias decided that tin
tomato is a fruit, there is some hope
that the cubbnge may yet be classed as
tat Jii. i n ri - 2
This Week's Saturday Evening Post
Has This Advertisement In It
WE SELL "HEADLIGHTS"
9 1 -C O for Most Kinds. $ 1 .SO for a Few
"Specials." TRY A PAIR.
I OVERALLSjr 1
p (Union Made) f H
ii I M. ' I k fil f" t-'O fa
167 Commercial St.
THE GRAND OPENS TO TICTURES
Ye Liberty Theatre Closed and Para
mount Program Goes to Big House
On High Street,
The Ornnd (-pent house will opci,'
tomorrow (Sutiirdny) night itli the
full prograi'i as advertised for Ye Lib
erty theutro. . ,
This is the outcome of the events of
the past few days which resulted in
the closing of the Liberty street
.Manager waters expresses regret in
the fact that he has been compelled to
leave Ye Liberty, but at the same time
hn feels that there may be some gnlu
both to himself nnd the public in the
THE GRAND MY SEPT. 4
F. L. WATERS, Manager.
Violet Hcminir in "The Running Fight"
and an Enjoyable Comedy.
COMING SUNDAY and MONDAY
MARGUERITE CLARK in "TIIE CRUCIRLE"
CILRLES CHAPLIN in "THE DANK"
Guaranteed the best overalls
you ever bought oi
money back after
30 days' wear.
removal to the (triind.
The full 1'iinimniiiil piogram as hen'
tol'ore given nl Ve Liberty ill be cmi
tiiiucd, with uddil i, mill fcnlurcs ini'liul
ing high Hiit-H vaudeville IiiIit.
The bill for tomorrow night is "The
Kiiiiiiing 1'ieht," n good picture feiitur
. ing an actress new to Nilom, Violet
lli iiiing. A comedy also be given.
lli'giiiaing Sumliiy ami rntitniuiii
Momlay nn uniiKuiilly .si rung progiiim
"The Crucible" und Charlie Clntpimi .,
is i 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 .--1 1 .Maiguerite Clink in
in "The Hunk," his veiy latest pic-
Washington Post: After nil is said
and done, it can't b denied that the
, (lermiiu tinny in Huss-a hns taking
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