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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1915)
New Fall Footwear
You'll find here a fine display of the coming season's
most wanted Footwear styles.
Black Cloth Top Button Shoes
Ladies patent button black cloth
top Shoes; something that you
have been wanting in the latest
styles and patterns at prices that
are right $3.50 up
Patent But Long
JL Y ilGOODlGOOD S
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All Around Town
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Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting tie railway nt that place. The city of I "llJ W' lit,m'. "f Corvnllis. a mem
glasses correctly. U. H. bank bldg. Warrentmi lH'tltioneil fr the uradcl '""r "f ""' l'x''l u,ive committee, were in
Mrs. Rse L. Holland has moved her
nressiuSKing establishment frim
.Maples to the Hligli rcsidleme ut
North High street.
Dr. Stone's Drug Store.
The Krs hotel, 118 North Comiuer-
Cial Direct. IlKH ehllLed linn.lii II ..r...
after Mrs. Sam .M inner will have
vniirKc, nuvnig ixiiigut out llio liiteiest inning in tne luniities of the capilnl
ut the formei owners. j ' and looking around the garden
-u U,t , the Willamette allcv. The
Dr. B. T. McInUre, physician and doctor is returning fn.m the exposition i
surgcou, 2U Muminic bldg. Phono 4 40, 1 and stopped 1. 1 see the count ry of lii-lt '
h had heard no much. He is iiwtiue-!
The government boat Matblon a Is tr in clinical prosthesis lit the state !
linre todu linun ,ts boilers cleiiin d. ' 1'niversity of limn. ;
Nest week thelioit uillwuik between i ' w.-.
here and IViilund "icsfioHV it ...ki Highest market price paid for clover '
the pile driver t j tin I'.du Imr, wl.er.' I. Modern, ecoiiiimi. nl liicilitn s fur 1
the goveruuiclit is dnii g seme work. denning. Storage free where we buy. !
o lruger Print t o. Sei.t.i I
Dr. Stone's Drug Store. tfj o ,
7"TUT ! T,ie 'hlrfty housekeeper can still i
The gusge of the rtrer today reads i iiiaiu.ge to strike an nxerage on the1
l. feet below reru or w ater murk. I grocery bill tins week, evei. if
On. year ago todi.y the record n-vA ex- huxe gn p ,1VI, ,,., ,,,,. ,
etly be mime, vWillc two vci.m tiro, ! now retail at ;w ,.,.,, While bultei .
the riv.r tsns considerably higher, be made mi advnuce of five cents a pout, I I
ing .1! foot -.bcv. h.w w!er murk. jesleidav, the puce of H,., ,.,., i
. I N,1l '' gris eis are duotiiii; har.i i
Th. Capital Hotel, under now man wl t floor a, from i.;n' to J
aitmneit t. All rooms connected with the I suck, and vallev flour at 1 15
aiiliii.iiitie gas heating appliances. ; ' '
Mucins from ,.0 cent. up. f Dr. B. T. Iod, the dentist, ha. re-'
.,,.,, . "7 'turned fiom hi, Keatioti Ru, , .,,, !
Although a committee was appointed be foo.,,1 ,t hi, ff,.. t M '!w I
. ., ,.. 1 . 1 .. . .11 . i i i" 1 .
sented tlie Pendleton Hound I p. rcenrd i
Notice: lion ulckiiK wtlt wm .
,1. m,i . .. i . i . -r ' .
' oc,... r-cp,
Frank J Miller "of the tst. m mJ
.i i .1 n "r' of the ftate pub.lc
utilities commission, went to Vsr,... I
tun today to conduct k heating in tin
miner or a ernile ci. .,,. ver in
tra.k. of the Spokane. Portland S,,-j
flti mJitbtr two n ui tjly
mmi it lit t&jr A'ntot kmtU
i " " ''""'"" 100 from Next Monday will be Labor day but
Illf IS lilt tlk OKI 4 llllli.t 1 A ,1 . I. . 1 . 1
"I; " "I' "u -"' '"'en ,leele,U,v the orgtunrnlioru, i"",t:'"K lr"m the opinions expressed
Z i "- !' ,"U,,'!1,'I'', """'"" ,h' " "' toj.sve a parade or '',v ""'"V t"""t this week there
tut mth,,, ,, ,o .! r. (KfHIn 1(11V ,,,,, Mlv l.iMead, two"'l,""M ereditable displms of farm
b-ft for other p,ts yesterday after- uddres-e, i H, ,,v u Young 1 I'''"1" t the I ths ,. Ferry Htrcet
""' general t.rg,iiiu,.r ,,f the American Fed- ' nt the coi ner of Liberty. I B., s,,tr-
Notice: lloTT w... J'X'''.''- U fe'1'! T
Short Vamp Shoes
Ladies Shoes in patent and dull fin
ished leathers with either cloth or
soft leather tops in the latest short
vamp styles of the season from $3 up
Vamp Cloth Top
Something for the woman who
cares. In the latest N. Y. last
and patterns with that dressy
appearance, long vamp, narrow
toe, high heel, at $3.00
.......,,, p-uueneii jiir tne grailcl
cnwsinr tur ercnter .t,.i,.,.;. i
jtrnffie, nml fur tl, ... ..f a,.i i i
heidreu sad others,
Mrs. Bae Holland lom nmM w
liessmnking parlors fitim The Maples !
lo tile Itligh rcsideiu
Noi iii iiigh
Dr. W. T.. RlmnM .li,la T
(City, Iowa, is in tin- city today, just
'N "ml '"k t''U"g. Sep.".
,; ' '
i... w. .
uioiuv evening nt the Kirs'!
.Metno.nst church, ami th. other at the,,,,,rl-v' 'V 'on. The
!7 G""t "lro,'t. Monday i "u,'l','"' of the public market depend,
liht. greatly on the number of I'm ,.r, tk
I j , . '" r" ",k
Everything aud anything In the''1"''1- rr,Hl""'. and their getting here
.h.. lessen, m ,V,,rl reet, Phone i
You Neei Not Fuss With
Two Pairs of Glasses
The only mibli. liifo.al
- ! you near and far vision
In one pair without seams
iOtt llubbatd Bid, rhoue loO
IV. GLASSES XV.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. nBFmv tKiiMi,.w,.o
Snapping of Wire Not Due to
Sim Francisco, Sept. .1. A well de
fined reKirt that the snapping of a
wire on the monoplane of Silvio Petti
lossi, which almost resulted in the
aviator's death lale yesterday, wa not
due to an accident but was mused by
design, was being inve-tigated by de
tectives here today.
Pettirossi landeil in the bay off the
exposition after a swift descent from a
height of 1,000 feet and was reseued
by a fishing boat.
The' aviator today believes some one
plotted his death.
Two hours before Pettirossi was
scheduled to make his flight a local
newspaper receive,) an inquiry by tele
phone us to a report that the aviator
had been Killed. A woman's voice
asked if it was true that Pettirossi had
fallen a nil met, his death. When the
aviator actually fell a short time later
an investigation was started. Petti
rossi, his manager and two Argentine!
commissioners to the exposition ex
amined the wire which broke on the
machine last night. It is declared to
have borne evidence of having been
tampered with. The wire was new and'
indications are said to have been that
they had been weakened by a blow. 1
Kf forts were being made today to;
run down the source of the rumor of
I'ettirossi's accident which was circu-j
lated two hours before it occurred.
PUTER SUED FOR DAMAGES.
Oakland, Cal Kept. .3 S. A. 1). Tit
ter, millionaire timber owner of Berk
eley, who"e son, I!. ('. I 'titer, It, ran
down and killed Mis. Mary Ilogan in
his automobile two weeks ngti, was
sued today for $."iii,0O(i damages by
Michael llognu, on behalf of the minor
children of (lie deceased. Hogan is a
steamboat captain in the employ of the
STATE DOCTORS AND DENTISTS.
San Francisco, Sept. .'1. That state
doctors Hud dentists will be the natural
sequence to the present economic con
ditions which do not permit ninny of
the common people to enjoy physicians'
and dentists' service, was the predic
tion made today by 1 r. Coy Millberry,
San Francisco dentist, before the Na
tional Pental ( ongn'ss.
LITTLE DAMAGE TO LINER
New York, Sept. No serious dam-
age was drini' by the fire which broke
out in the hold of the liner Rotterdam
j,, ,frt ut Amsterdam vcstcrdiiv, cable
advices stated today, the vessel is be-
1 1 ynt i. i nun win Mill (Ml KCIU'MUIl'.
turn' fur New York. thv Hulluml-Amr-
n'Hii urn nnici-rn were infnrintd.
". Lunches put up for outings. Open
. ... tl '. --..".v ...
1 j uii'iiiuiu cwiueirinir in
Secretary Kred S. Itynon ruiiiirditiL' the
fruit display of the Willamette Valley
association tit the ranamit Pacific ex-
l,""i,i,,n- It is the intentions (,f the
''"''' "''e emnmittee to arrange where-
: n,.,-!-, , nun ni ne on
in uiv e.pnsuii,n during the
. IIimy Morelanrl Smith, a young man
'"" -"geies, litis usKeii e.i.tary of
s,u,', ()'eott to look up the record's of
"", "('r,l ''W'l Childien's 11. .me"
ttll' h he snys was in operation in! this
in 1 !:--! and Ho. Smith sav
""lt '"' WIIH tl,ll,,n tr("" '' I'oii'e in his
I"fl""'y '""1 that he has no recrd of his
birth or relatives nnd that he hu n
sister living in Pornnnd ol whuu he
k,,"WH nothing. He imvi that his tath
''r w"" 11 b"'omotive eiiginee; ai.'l was
" wreck and that his mother
,1"mI mouths after his birth and
he wn put in the home.
Fred 8' Bynon- w- E- 8' nd Dr.
S- s- sk'" "ere appointed nt evening
t'.v Exalted Kuler At,d,.rs.. to act as a
'"'""Uttee from the lin-til lodge to nr.
""'K1' '"r !'i'iul Elk day ut the
Ml"'' f"ir. Thursday. September .1(1. The
''""""",,', wi" with Secretarv
w- ""'I -x, t to make r-
niiigeinonts bv which Elk dav will l.e
the biggest day of the fair. Tl em
, " U1 ,,rri"'' ""' various
lodges in this part of the state bv
r1"'1' 1,11 "l send special
l,,'"'n""M iu the program
Tomoirow Is pubUc market day. and
. . . ,. , . '
u 'ugiiT tneir produce
" h their S,,,,,,,,,,,- ,",.,
C. C. Lamb, of the extension division
of the li.cgon Vgriciiltuinl college n.
in the Oltv tester, lav II.. . . ... .
. . . - - " -' ru
mental in orgiuuing t. Salem Poultr. .
nnd Pgg Circle. orkit,g with ,t
,'h:ip',. county ii:ri.-ltuilst. Mr. T :,, V
' a specialist in p,rv husl.r.ndrv
iniid was the pilme mover in the otgan
, iiitioH of ,he Circle here, nnd nK at
:''oiNnlli nod I ebatien. Vccordteg t,
Mr, I ami, the Pgg (lrle here i, e,.,
ting along i fi,, ,1 ,,,, ,u, f. ,(,
I I, uie it has be. ,i organized, doing ,, .
business than ii evpicted. New u em
bets ate being received i, the Crete
ea. h week, nnd shipments are made that ,
nxernge the members from two to four
cents ra.h more than the local ,n,nV,t '
Shernll Klcning. president of the C:r
U V'eive -ggs every Taes.Uv
Ihorsbiv and Satt.sv aftct.....,-, ,
the Siilcm rrult I'nion.' j
SSN j BEGINNERS SCHEDULED
nininMa r.f riir.n ie'tn" cr.ots
specks, etc., dame before the
The atmosphere seems smoky
Seeing belter ion.e day3 than
Seeing better sioe-., nvs ih-A
straight ahead. I
Seeing better in 'he evening B
or early morning than at mid
day. Seeing a halo or circle about
Tain in or about the eyes.
Contant or periodic headaches.
My nearly 32 years' experience
in scientific eyesight testing is
at your disposal. If I find
glasses are not necessary, then
I decline to supply them.
I do not use drops or drugs in
making examinations as they are
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn
Doctor of Optics
210-211 V. S. BANK BUILDING
The first cases of loganberries are
being pucked this week at the Urn-cr'
rruit cumpaay. Also, the first wagon ;
loud of prunes was received vesterdav
1 runes arc coming in much curlier this I
year than last and are generally run-'
mng much larger. ' j
W. A. Danielson, one of the owners'
of the Oregon theatre, returned v.-ter
day from a visit to Portland. As :'i mem-!
ber of the American Institute of le-'
tn.al Kngineers, he wrs invited to b. .
present at the reception given (ienerni ;
(--eorgo . (inethal, in' Portland on the
evening of .September 1. j
The following parties will sail on the!
steamer Northern Pacific from Klaveli
tomorrow afternoon, bound for San'
iran.-,se0: M. Winnifred K. ( lark
Miss 1 dun H.f.l At.., l- ... .
I ,, r', "strainiei,
, -Miss .Murguentn Ostramler, Miss Mar-
II, n r . TW Hodge.
lr. W. O. (ox and H. Gunther.
The Salem fire department was call
ed out at 12::i0 today to put ,
grass f,re ,, Washington itrect ,.
block east ol south Commercial street
The burning grass threatened to spread
until a barn was endangered but t
'lepaittneiit wet down the flames in
dte. ""'' ,V"'0U, ""-V ',!"""" '"B
David V, Eyre, assistant cashier of
he 1 nit.,1 sta,M Xational bank, will'
cave sa,r.:,v evon,DJf fuf
attend the annual meeting f the An.er
lean Hunkers' asaoeintion to be held in1
rt'!ittli tw. ! i. . ... i
. - uccompiuneil l.v his'
,ev";.. ",'U' ,",,,r""'t.' "r will't.k..!
i V ,il1'' tfjis, including Victoria :
,:'"d other CanaJi,,,, cities. 1
: A new and wonderful bird of the
genus olanarn Tuberosum has been I
''I'tufd by , Vting Mayor Mills ,,d
tne specimen is now displayed at his
I1""'"""" oft',,,.. The bird's body is '
bght an with dark wings and i't i
aid ha, is ;v highly edible variety.,
' Mr. M, , unoffu..in tl.lt
a larm listed where they may be raise 1
'"!.' numbers end in ccrt,,i,
"ons are ,.f g,.,.,,, rnimercinl value."
! . On account of the cement work be-
:,,';m ,h" lk leading fro,,, ,!.
'ate ho,,.,. t Cottage street nnd o,he
k in.j r,.. eaients clo.se to the new
! ;,: " eoncert which was (..
' '"''" t-'e,, this evening has 1
postponed. Tlo. lnrge Btten'dance at the
-""';' -t T ,.,day evening ha, j.
l"fe.l Manager (larber to make a M,
''" "" f r the lust concert of',,..
'"'"'I' "ill probably I ,m.
tune next k
Hon. Merrill Moores. congressman
or lie s,K,h 1,isrj(.t f
1 e s Idianap.dis. iH i ,..
' "'" : to attend the KinnVv
Moore, . t, WM R , ,
W illume,., lr,,tT ,,,. -,.
"k-- and :, y.-.terdaV looking oveV j),..
-cnc of i. ,;:vboyh,al. Mr. 1
""' .tion f being the tw-
V'"'1, '"',"' ' irreasmsn f.om ,-e I
o.na.,,s ,.,.., ,jnrt ,,M1 nB ti
' ' ''in the habit of ,...(
";g ,lca,,., ... enre,-a.
A real aeroplane passed through, and
"W n,, ,hi, ,fte,n,a.n at 1
" ,"' " ,h0 ma.-h,ne
of W. M hl,
the l.,,,,, (.,UIlll .;. , i;v' ko
lo ,,l, l ,0 sntoroobilc, i
! "d all. lh: ... ,H , n.,.7,
"' ' i US,.,I for lopls,a
'j' ' I k .pl.ne flight,, ,n ,
.lli Mr M:,,,.r j, ,h,in-. ,, hvitii
..... n,(ina. A.V.,,l,
I, eg ,,.
ot t! i
"". ,,; wh() h ,.tl.u
a. ie; In, ;.. w
' Is it nmrh cl,.Bj,.r
i""'-i " tur tin n bv rntt. Hee.,
t. m. rro ,i,,.M .g he will leave A.toi-,'-.
"h hi, l:dr..piul,e, flv to Pettlai..'
for lun. ti net !:,,,., n t,e dav w,
'lirocgh SMcm ( ,, bis war 'to W.,
'''"I "Inch ph,,,. he will ship the mot.',
to s.u, n ,, ,..-r.l1(,n , ,,,
inc lisu,. inn. Mr. Soon, , fouud hv,.
p.iiMe travel, ,,g ,mK, q-eVer than the
ruil .n i.e. a. ,, nM, ciion,arv
to tr. den ,l,e water routes at 11,1
"He of To mile, ho,,,. i
Handsome DuPont Trophy Of
fered To Winner of Twenty
Fiye Bird Event
The 'apital ' it v Hod and 'i.in club
'will ta-'e a tiap shoot lor beginuer
, at the Seventeen'!! street- groinMs .-uu-,iav.
at which a fine bronze, tiopby in
the form of a watch ! is to be given
r.i 'he winner. This shoot i open to
all men and women who have never shot
at day bird" and the best re-ord for
J1 birds will win the trophy.
for the older shooters a pra li'e
-)..t will be s'aged in order that the
.ai,-in shotgun experts may clear up
their eye for the china piieasants which
will become legitimate game October 1.
This is the first shoot that has been
-.-he.i'iled for the ( apital i.'ity I!od and
(uin club since 'he first- part of June,
when the clay bird shooters ipiit for
the Season. Regular weekly shuots will
be pulled off from nnw on during the
remainder of the coming season.
Portland Canoe Club
To Paddle From Salem !
To Portland In Two Days!
About forty canoes with "5 num
bers of the Portland canoe club will
leave this city Sunday morning to pad
dle down the Willamette to Portland
over Sunday and Holiday which is
Labor day. The excursionists plan to
spend two nights along the banks of
the river, one nt Salem r.nd one en'
route. C. A. Vibbert. secretary of the
Salem Canoe club, was notified today
by Harry Gnmniie. of Portland, that the
Portland canoes would arrive in Salem
tomorrow morning and the members
would come donn on the train later as
their duties would permit.
Tlie carload of canoes will be taken
along the river bank wrre the canoes
will be unloaded into the water. The
canoei: ts will spend the right camping
out on the island across from the boat
house of the Salem Canoe club.
C. A. Vibbert. Elmer Armsfror.j. Ed
Pliennetton and Krvin Kays are plan
ning to take the trip back with hi
Portland canoe fleet ar.d i: is probable
that several other member the Sa
lem canoe club will join the i-a-ry at the
Vessel Lumber Laden
. Attacked By Submarine
an Iraneisco. Scot. The Uin, I
Kolidi co.npaiiy, of San Eiaucisco, today j T, ,,,,, ,,- r,
was advised by cable that its trade? ' T.he (1,(, ia,a , f"ni'"ny oper
Willia.n 1'. Lewis, had been' fired on !lt a,.loss fr the year endinK June
while off Uueenstoun ,v a German ' n,'''0r',,"C 1he 'Pft filed today
submarine. ;:lf "", ottice of the Public Utilities
Captain .Manning and his ,-rew of iu 1 '"miisf'1'- The report states that the
men abandoned the vessel after the at- "P'Jing revenues for the year wnre
lack. Thev weie taken on board the n"'1 ,hat he operating ex-
Danish motor ship Australia. No lives I'""'8 w,'r( 72.26 with as
were lost. The report that the vessel'1'-''' ,'avinK an "l"''1"'"!? loss of
had been sunk could not be verified bv1'1
th i owners. ' I The company has a capital stock of
The William P. Lewis sailed from V,-. "'.0o0 of which :1.(KI0 is outstanding.
erett, Wash.. March 2si. with a c::rgo of
OtllHlilllll f..... 1 I .-
' - ' v't niiiir.ei, IMi'.lliU lor
sheeruess. England. When the vessel
was purchased by the local firm, of
""u -oa.or noipn. ,ir.. is a member, it
was named Hubert Uuii'-an. it received
its new name in honor (if the pilot com
inivdieier of San Francisco.
The vessel was under British registry.
Officials of the company declared to
day they would wait fuither informa
,. i. ... . i . ... i, ... i ,
tion regarding the attack before taki
Those who were solicit, ncr Httnnti.
tv :iit 111 t i. n.i.rcK.n . .
Propositi,,, ';';;"., , I""'"; S,",,',,is,wil,iS to et.le the Lusitania
chants ,u rai.se 1 1 '.o,r, r. ,s ,,o ' .l"'' At?hW r"i"a ''h'""S 8t Tle
''fl" that this am,,,,,,,' co, Id ers, ' ""'. 'J,"'1"r,',I 0,1 hih "u,h"
I'O raised. H ,. . i.il.V.v -' V today.
mission fused t.. give , ,. , Thl!l 'l"es not mean arbitration of the
"loi'.ey for the ro-., then ,"t"w. ,,,' T'" "rowinf "ut " t,le torpedoing of
uie mere units t 1... ' .
...on, ion to the liginal -l.iinii t li
the i.eccs-,,y of raiMi.g t.i.i,,,,, ),..-.k ;
m the face, the committc who
were interested in seen ing Mil,crip
.t'ons do ,...t feel very optimistic to
Salem seems to be a good point from
hi'-h to start on B w.-dditj tour .
"or.ling to the Albany id. n. and Ml,,,,,,-
i seems to lie n fin,. v.,,,,,
. ... ., . . . ' ' ". " oi.-n to
Matt on hoi.vmo, a,.oii,,B u, ,
Sab-in idea. At lens, that is what ha,,-
uc y . e hour ,-f ,, M..rts-Ki .ev
, .l l ng ,n this cty W,.,, .dav eve,,
ng. l.d, Krtniillc ,:,1 Mi,', ,,h,
rowell were mar.i.d in A1l.v. The
-1. ing imrty i sal, m l,.f, ,", v ,
. "jB h auto ,r Albany, fro,,. !,.,,
''"' they ..art,,) .,n their we.ldi,...
f, . , Mine lo
'heir we.1,1,,,,, ,
Kiie-y K'.beit:,.. l, ,.iol II. DO
''all Ui.tter. bushel 7,-)C
l.tltvcti.teiri., b ,.,el
- ' - ' - . I
H Nsrt nih Btrm
Gainjn Wall Street!
c.i.vri ht i!5 bv the Xew York
c i.- I.,.." I'ostl I
Xew York. Sept. 3. Sterling, which
reached -f-t-';- ye-tonlay, against
Wednesday 's 4.50 and dosed at $4.til
on the street, opened today with an ex-
.,i..r,lii,.-.rv overniuht advance of 10 1-2.1
This initial price oriH.il i-- ueces-
Isarilv reflected operations in inu jaiu-,
den 'market before the New York open-,
ling, and those operations iu turn, must
.ha've bee a governed by actual arrange
' ments for New York credit on London
It did not follow that- the familiar
t-.on noiMion had heen already raised as
' that was quite improbable. But specu
' lative Wall Street has been very blind
in not anticipating similar, even if:
onlv tentative measures for relief, when
from between "0,0U0,IH0 and $00,000,
noo in American securities had been
actually delivered a week ago by Lon
don to' New York fiscal agents. After
the opeuiug sterling declined witn some
All kinds of rates were quoted by dif
ferent houses simultaneously but $4.B4
was generally reported, which, although
below the opening, was substantially;
Stocks were almost as erratic as ex-,
Sutt!es Lake Irrigation;,
District Is Approved
State Engineer Lewis today approved :
the plans of the Suttles Lake Irrigation
district, in Jefferson county, for the
issuance of .iiK,00l) in bonds for the
irrigation of 2,0U0 acres.
The district includes a total of
litiO acres, much of which is in culti-1
vation. Many of the settlers haul water
ten or twelve miles for stock and do-;
mestie purposes. The rain full is hard
ly sufficient for suecessfull dry farm
ing. If i; ligation ounr.ot bo secured,
many of these settlers elnim they will
have to move out and abandon their
A dam oS feet high will be construct-
ed to store 21.500 acre feet of water inj
Plue and Suttles lake at the head of i
the Metolius river. A canal lS'niilcsj
in length will carry water across the
divide south of Black Butte, and to the
lands lying on! the west side of thj:
Deschutes river. The estimated cost is!
approximately 50 per achre. The land.!
where free of rock, appears to be of j
good quality and of rensonrble depth.!
This approval was based upon infor-j
mation furnished bv Geo. 8. Young, pro
ject engiiuer; (). I.atirguaurd, consult
ing engineer, and a field inspection by '
, Percy A. Cupper, iissista.;'t stute engin-;
ucna,a aler !
bhows Loss For Year;
Tni' l'1"'1' pumped npproxitnatelv "50,
OOO .etllon,, C ..-n.,w 1..... . i'
not) gallons of water last year at a dailv
average of about 2,000 gallons. The
pumping was done by a gasoline engine
and the water is furnished by a well
141 feet deep. A. Eugene Aufrane, of
1M5 South Commercial street, is presi
dent of the company, Anguste Aufrane
of ponald is vice-president, and B. S.
Ouinn, of Donald, is secretary.
United States Willing
'esi.,s oy siioinannes. liernmnv
nus yielded on that issue. Settlement
of the reparation claims relates only to
the amount the kaiser shall pay for the
lives of Americans who were lost when
the liners were destroyed.
Question Is Settled,
, A"',t'r'li,", I't. 3." It is surmised
'l'"'"ons nt issue with America aro
. n """" of ficinl eommuni
. , .'il.tlllllK
cation from Herlin reviewing the note
submitted by Ambassador Von Horn
storff iu Washington stated todtiv.
The contract for the brick work on
the building to be erected on Liberty
Mreot. n.l.joiiiini,' Ye Liberty thentre, bv
the Roth grocery coinpuiiv 1ms been
awarded to S. A. Hughes. Bids were
ubtnitted by A. I Hondrick, S K
W olfe and V. A. Kiixon. About MO dnvs
wl be re.piired to finish the brick w,,fk
, ' "I'eeten tlint the building
be ready f.,r its oecupa.-,-f, by ,1,,.
First With Us
1 1 Pnper, 0 rolls
Safety Mutch... .'I K.,...
White Soup, C bars
A. i 11. Sodn, 2 jjj,
'atiiicl Milk. 2 en,..
"Id I'ntch Cleanser, H'Va'ns
siip.din, a bars
M"n .Inrs, pints. d'7',,'n"' '
1 - gallons
Orocery Phon. 830: Meat Phew 0
I Saw an Ad
In a Portland paper Wnt
where CASH was pictured as ,
King sitting on a THRONE. Cask
is King and always will be ,
powerful in the commercial W(jr!(J
You can buy most anything,
er for eash than on credit, w,
pay cash for our goods anj J
the benefit of the cash dis,,,
We find that by earning w
eash business we ean gh-e m
customers better goods fr 1(J
money than we ean by the credit
1 fl.... ... 1 - -.. Iltf
i utui i uio auiornia olive Oil!
Saturday Specials: ,
1 Quart Pure California ()-,ee (
i-rug ijiore price ;we. to $1.ijo
q ', K,r. .,, v.,-
'"""-l-" - 25c
itjs. iresn loinatocs for ioc
Xo. 5 Lard j
NO. 10 Lard ji 25
Gold Dust riour Gold Dust Flout
Gold Dust Flour Gold Dust riour
Gravenstein Apples, box 5,1c
1 Gallon Pure Maple Syrup $1.65
Creamery Butter 32c
Fresh Eggs. '2. dozen 55c
6 lbs. Broken Bice for 25c
7 cans oe Sardines for 25c
Watermelons, pound 1 l-4c
(.round Chocolate, 33e size, our
One Rogers Silver Teaspoon free
with each pound of our 33c
Hop Pickers Mai your orders in
from the hop yards; we pay the
freight to your nearest station.
AVe include a hop-pickers' Hat
free with each order for $4,00.
Our Cash System and ecenoniioal
business methods enable us to
sell Groceries for less money
than any store in the Willuiii
When Tou See It In our Ad Its So
Damon & Son.
855 N. Commercial St. Phone 68
We Deliver Any Place in Salem
When in SALEM, OEEGON, stop at
Tree and Private Baths
BATES 75c, $1.00, $1.50 PEE DAI
The only hotel in the business district.
Nearest to all Depots, Theatres and
A Home Away front Home
T. O. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones. Pree Auto Em.
Sacks For Sale
Xo. 1 Second, Wheat lit:s
6 l-2o each.
Cherry city Flouring Mill
Special Labor Day
A special "Lnbor Day" service
to edinineiiKirnte labor s holiday,
will be held in the First Metho
dist church, corner Church nnd
State, Sunday evening, Sop4eni!er
C. t). Young, genenil orguuiwr
for the American Federation of
Labor, will be tho principal
"penker. Mr. Young Is an able
speaker who knows bis subject,
"The Labor Movement," from
years of experience among the
laboring people of the United
spates, nnd all who hear him will
linve heard something worth
while. Everybody, and especially
the laboring people of Galcm, are
'irged to be present nt this meet
".' A special musical program
is also promised. Monday even
i';tr, September ft, Mr. Young will
k'ive another public, address at
the Labor hall, 457 Court ilreet.