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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPT.- 6. 1915.
Fashion's Finest Suits,
Coats, Dresses are to be
Seen at Meyers
(Salem's Style Store)
Dame Fashion has sent us her . best new ideas.
They're here those new Suits Coats and Dresses.
Not merely "new." Any store can buy new things,
but we mean a "different" kind of newness. Here
are the same lovely fashions you will find displayed
in the best garment houses of New York. There can
be nothing more exclusive than these garments. Our
own representatives selected them personally.
There's a host of pretty, stylish garments so few
alike so many altogether. Our usual reasonable
prices prevail in every section.
We cordially invite your inspection whether you
come to look or to purchase.
All Around Town
'FOUR FIRES IN ONE
DAY SUMMER RECORD
Dr. Mendelo?in. medalist In fitting will spend a week visitinjr friends n
? . - it u k.ni hi. Iij relatives nt Ynncnlln nnd also a week in
. ' 0 I Portland. After N'ptcmber 2", thev
v. T parn- . familv. aecomDanied ! ill be home at 10:15 -North Twenty-
hv Klll.P.inton.lm.t O M. Klliutt 1HI1 first SlrePt-
" Harvey Henline's Residence
lends nni ; J
i. T II 1 i 1 Ail
Miss Margaret Cosper, principal of J
the uarrielil srnooi, rernrueu rururiny-
Four fires in 2J hours Sunday estab-
wit'p Rtiont Kiin'.lnir mid todllV at Tilia
' monk. The party "left by motor Sunday
UIVI I1IIIJ. ..... v.. ...... , ,r I ITHI .Villi',.
o I from San Francisco, where she lad :,;,, ti,e snmmer-9 re(,or,j for the Sa-
Dr. Stone's Drne Store. tf i charge of the educational exhibit ju the ,.
! p , ' Oregon building. , lem fire department. The first one was
tiv . , . . o. . n ; turned in nt J :0a a. m. from the resi- j
Ralph Moore ha resigned as secre- u i
tary of the Commercial club, to take ef-! , Governor Withycombe will be in dence ot Harvey Henliue, a barber ot ;
feet October . He has been with the 1 1 "rtland tlna evening to deliver an ad-1 thin city, at 2.143 Cherry street, in
club as assistant seeretarv" and tif tec-: drpx of welcome at the Benson hotel i .North Salem. The fire was well under j
retarv since January 1 liili. ,0 ("0VPrn"1' Brumbaugh nnd his party Iway when the alarm was turned in audi
' ' of Pennsylvania. The reception and as the engines left the station the sky j
Dr. E. T. Mclntlre, physician and 'banquet will be given to the Pennsyl-; was illuminated by the flames. The'
surgeon, 214 Masonic bldg. I'hone 440. va"' fiovernor by the Tortland resi-1 building was a one-story affair, which
" a " i dents w ho formerly lived in Pennsyl- burned like tinder, and was a total I
ftn nf tha i..o .Khmant. nf fM- vanin. Tuesday noon. Governor loss. The llenline family had moved I
year's hops will he shipped today )V Witliyeumlic will talk to the liotnryjout a part of tiieir household effects
'a rw........ r.:.. t I cluh of I'm Hand, tn the holt Yard, whorf thev lire iimv
DailV. Thn Hhit.mAnt iu hill.-il In nn. I O'
, -. .....,..., ... ... ...
don, England, consists of li.'i bales and
weighs 121,711 pounds.
to the hop yard, where they are now
picking hops, and no one was in the
Seven State Certificates
Issued to Oregon Teachers
Seven utate certificates entitling (hn
holder to teuch in the school of tho
Atntn of Orcgun for life were issued by
Huiierintendi'iit i,( I'nl.ll.. i .........:.... I
J.uriie i nasi, a n, ( ,,,.),, rl:olv-1 exnuiination in 21 subjects.
ed special certificates to teach thn sub
ject of domestic science and domestic
art based on t leir degrees from the
Oregon Agricultural college. A special
certificate, to touch music was issued
to .losepliine Mooreheail while certifi
cate for high school work were issued
tu Madge Humble ami (ieorgo V. Hug.
All three are graduate of Hie Univer-
ii ur Oregon. Amanda, .. Fuller n
hi . I I 11.1 1 .,- ,'
WHO SHALL JUDGE?
Do you realize that the human oyo is the mo
marvelous, ,,,,t delicate, most sensitive and Zs
SffiqT f 'hat m"St " creation
Are you aware that a vast number ot ills are di-
Do you know that only a very, vcrv snnll t,..
3;reAn ft hUman raC -Can 0 W V "
sight' And do you appreciate the fact that the "re
mainder are taking desperate chances when they un
dertake to go through life without the propec
reeling glasses required for their particular cases?
And that unless each is fitted with the prowroii
, IT8 ribt,l specially for them it s
netter that they had none?
Iiut who shall decide whether classes nre nr n-
not needed? Can you xvy on youf own ta" te, prdu
d.ce or feelings in the matter or will you JJ to n
ouah ied eye specialist for a personal, scie tftic L
thontative examination that will prove leyond n
doubt whether you need glasses and just what kind?
IvememlKT, you are running no risk, taking no
chances, when I examine your eyes. I use no drops
or drugs of any kind as tliey aVe dangerous My
nearly .U years practical experience as an eye pedal-
ISt IS Jit Vrilll' e- n ;fl.....i. i t.vmi
. v. , JVU um,ul tira cnarce. if rrho
nrp nnt rnim n. T ,w.-.:c....i.. i ..i. J.1 iasMJ
PRISONER FROM TACOMA
Dr. Stone's Drug Store. tf
The Northwest Fruit Produce com
pany is preparing to further advertise
l.oju by erecting two large signs over
i property at the corner of Commer
cial and Ferry street. The signs will
l.u in v. AO t x ..! l in
w irj in jc.-i lUCIIIP SUIIlll, UIMl JU
I V... n t . . n
ot n-ei racing east.
Highest market price paid for clover
seed. Modern,. economical facilities for
cleaning. Storage free whero we buv.
Drager Fruit Co. Septo
The Wftxfftril a friwtnir rloiti liiM
, - D'"B v-.(i uili
i of vaudeville thnt is attractintr a pood i
business. On the hill this evening as
one or tne attractions is Itay Lawrence,
i thn female impersonator, in his plnv,
j "An American (Jirl." Ur. Lawrence
j has been playing in the leading viiude-
iiuunt-u uil IIM! COUSr.
The steamer Northern Pacific trill
leave Flavel for Hun Francisco Tuesday
afternoon wnh i,, flovin Snloi'n
people: Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Slineslnll,
Miss dnnet Unrnes, Mr. and Mrs. John
H. Lewis nnd daughter, Margaret .Mrs.
I. B. LewiB, Miss Bedn Krickson, Miss'
firaco Hawson and Mrs. Alary H
o picking hops, and no one was in tue
Tonight the Salem Military band will i house at the time the fire broke -out.
combine with the Asylum band and give j The origin of the fire is unknown,
a concert nt the Cottage farm, five At 8:o0 a. m. another alarm wns turn-
Tnilps pnxl itf thn iH- 4cii.nl i.....nt ed in from the Edwards fcnt miirkut
miles east of the citv. Several vocal ("I ' 110,11 ,ne Kdwards Meat market,
Humifi-is ni(i oc given riy jirs. ttailii
Parish Hinges. The boys from the train
"Romance of Elaine"
The Picture Everybody polloW
WM, S. HAKT
"Tools of Providence"
A 2-Aft Western Drama somc.
thing out of the ordinary. He
stars of the play tell tho'story
Wm. S. Hart and Rhea Mitchell.
Special Comedy for the chihlrea.
Always the Best
Adults 10c Children 5c
Benevolent Appearing Old
Gentleman Charged With
Falsely Obtaining Money
Sheriff Ks.li returned to this citv
yesterday i'ruu Tncoiua with (leorge
Scott Yoemun, alias (li-orgo Scott, as
prisoner, to be tried hero on a eiiarge
of obtaining money under falso ore.
tenses. Scott, or Vmtinnii urni..,.i :..
' " l nvu III
the vicinity f Ktaylon, and it is al
leged that hn lo.-n t...i ..,. i.. i
stea.ls which were not open to entrv
r even in existence, nnd from all of
Inn victims seemed small sums in ad-
Sheriff Kseh says that Yoeinan eon
lessed that he i ,,iv.i ,.i....
around Mnytnn. The records of Wash
mg on show that the man served a
sentence of tin ,llVs i Chchali,, Wsh.,
lacuna ml the same
cliurLM. ucconliiur t ki i- ,.
"I'l'CHrH that there i, o law' against
obtaining money under false pretenses
", ""K"'" "" taut crimes of this
Mutim. are classe.l nH petit larceny if
nn i tl . K " "l"',,iy if over,
... .... n. ,,,. ,s oniy lor u misde
meanor H,,,! m, ft ,vi0v lls j,, ori.g0.
,.'. 11 ne nmre.l old man
aueit ti l ve.ns urn u i . .I i
. '- K'"M laiuer and
possess all of the virtues ,f
" "" ot its vices, hci,,,,
man of exemplary habits. His J.
eml appearance a, being Iv benevolent
"Id m il is one of his strongest nssets
hi,,, , "cmiiM ennrged to
j , I U ! ""'t Voon,un wishes to
I !''''"! Kill.v to the charge f ,,ai
:"'' under fals Mmt
jWdl be arraigned in Justice Wobster's
... ....minim-, lie waived extradi-
"The Christian" tonight at the Ore
gon, Tomorrow, Woodburn will vote on
the proposition of issuing bonds for a
$10,(1(10 school house. All the business
organizations of the city are in favor
of voting the bonds. If carried the
new building will replace the old build
ing now in use nnd will be erected in a
different pnrt of the town.
It is reported that there was trouble
in the l'riuees hop yards, in Volk coun
ty, yesterday. It seems that Japanese
Pickers are employed nnd the vnrd boss
had trouble with them over dirtv ni,k
11 and was set on by a mob of then,
The boss is said to have shot one of the
Japanese, wounding him slightlv, nnd
for a time a serious riot seemed i,.
Miss Hazel Konnedyill resume her
KinderL'aiten u.il, .... ......
oqji, 1 epiemiier
ing school will be in'vited to attend.
me concert will begin' at 7 o'clock,
and the citizens of Salem are welcome.
Regular meeting of Hodson Council
No. 1, H. & S. ,I., this . veiling. Work
in the H. & .s. M. degrees. A full at
tendance is requested, by order of the
Thrice 111. Master. Visiting company
Pully 500 enjoyed the municipal bath
ing beach yesterday, and the ferry was
kept iirettv busv. carrvinir mm- . K...
400. The cool wind ilu'rimr tlv. .....:
was u little too much for the bathers,
and there was not much of an attend
ance in the evening. As long as the
public patronize the beach, the fei
will be kept running.
Plve Capital Journal boys did a 50
mile bievc.li lultn v,t,.,.i... , ,
i -r , , - .""J innr includ
ed Independence. Monmouth, tir.lu .i
Oak (.rove. The boys left nt 9 o'clock,
l"u "rs m JJallas and arrived
home nt 4 o'clock Ti,no i.. i. .
i ... ""'w in me bur v
were Hall.e Hunt, William McClaren,
...v ..-.. nairon, wuimm Biukey and
The body of MrtCasper Anderegg
was shipped this afternoon to I.n Crosse
ih., tor burial, accompanied bv Casi
pec Anderegg. Airs. Anderegg Z
killed on the evening of August 22 in
an accident nt the corner of Center
and Seventeenth t.. . "ur
II Till iroroii .. -t .
''Kindling,- the0"p7ctur8 version of
.ici offered under the Jen
o th l.asky F,.atm.e 1'lav Co., will be
he otrering at the (Irani oi.e a iuse
tomorrow , s the store f
; 'e ''l',''1,0,V'lei1 -.t where
, ' es ail'l hear her child in the
Z.1" Agent H. E.
c.omiiletinii Ti. ..i.i-r..
, ' o' iii looung is now a
liHWn''V" r floor and p!,,", .
K will be completed today. At the
t . , ""' ysotk i8 "''"If com
pleted, the bn l.i;.... ,. :n i r, "
The entira ini.i. n.. .. .
.i i T ; ,V""J u i"e vanital Na
tional bunk Kin I... m...i ...... .?
"y " - "ml i. n'be .g'u ?n'
m-y o t,,e fl g of th0 h,XZ
an of ,ce iM.il.lings irfthe eountrv. The
rk is beng done by Fred K." Krix-
Charlie Chaplin "A Woman." See
McLoughlin of California
tll(El?rrd. r- TTftl- field se"ry of
:s '"I''" V ''ommerce of the Cm.
cd states of '
..1 vunu , ,., .uniress tne Sa em Com
W T. O r.. . mereial club ., .i... ,
nuis, rcp,. ,N i i::
Nrris er, ,, i, ' ""V ,Jonn c -
Will l ",' -". nn, .Mr,
I1...11 i. 1 Huiible nitli din. rem I, ;;.. .' ( "ca
. The new McKinley school building in 'h'li"K"r' " fi,' h" 't got much , if
H'C south part of ,l,e ,-i.y is " H, " i " " stl" t i" this citv y !
coin n ct ti... i,.J . ".'"""(..ne was nt ... v.i J"id.i
l'vn wires, reported nt t " .l(',tlnK
., i , ' 1 sinking Ii m t (i s ,
vesten nv evenimr , 101 k
i,i .. ,"h' Berber used a short
at Nineteenth and State streets,. Hut
slight damage was done nt this fire,
which was caused by the burning out
of an electric motor. When the insula
tion burned oft' of the wires the build
ing was filled witii smoke and the wall
slightly scorched, but as soon as the
current was shut off the fire was stop
ped. It is thought that the motor be
came short-circuited and started the
A grass fire nt Commercial and D
streets at 12::to p. in. burned over nbout
an acre but did no damage. At 5:20 an
alaim was turned in from n irrnuu firo
011 North T.ihert.V streets hnlmnnn V
and 1) streets, in the old mill ynrd. Tho
volumes ot smoKe indicated a serious
fire. hilt. r.lllv fniir ni- t'ivo fl.rna
grass were burned off and the wooden
sou-want was oilmen in a tew places.
The firemen fouirht the fin tnes witn
water, chemicals, sacks and their feet,
and no serious damage resulted.
Organized Lahnr Al
Panama Pacific Expo.
Sau Francisco, Sept. 6. Organized
labor was honwed, feted nnd given a
surfeit of nimifaeoimit ti.tr ni 1,,.
greatest celebration of Labor day ever
iiem on me raeine coast within the
exposition gi omuls.
Thousands of representatives of
unions trom all parts of the state were
the guests of local uniceis and the ex
position. The biggest single attraction of the
day for the union men vu th ,i,i
of Frank P. Walsh, chn
. . ill'UISllllll
relations. He paid hitrh trihntn tn 1.
bor for its v.nrt in thn ar,n0i,o.:
... mii.tiiMlllUU li
tne Panamn-Pacific, exposition.
in wunmon r0 mo iiternry proprnm.
(lnnncr which lnhni
. " l'1!'1' ii inn hi i u
n bronze iiipdal bv thn PvonaiHn..
was an extensive program of athletics
niul other amusenients. A flotilla of
I nito States snhmarines ftave a dein
onstrati(.n of their work off the exposi-
firm wntni'T'iir.i, 1
The Lahnr lnr oli.ivn ; ,.,:n i
- iuii in rinse
tonight with a s)iecial pyrotcchuical
Hoouiain. Vnsti tin.. a ri.i. i....
completion of the Olvmpic high
way, cr.nnectiiiir tlii nit,, '..li. ti. .
,. , . ' wiiii ignite
yuiniau t. a picnic and barbecue is be-
m-ni lUMH V.
PfOviilniiin T? T j. j ,
) n "i"1Kn07,M'10f ,he district
court, was found n,n..l,..i i..
,lt ! ...mv.cii cnriv loony
1 1 his summer cottage at North Seitii-
-.. . e,ir nere. ,0 c uea hnve
been ordained thus far.
Olvniiiin. AYnkl, ., am-
l oard of Vonali.aVio Z'T ?
TiTr' ""lotions thai
It wM 8.07 mills. 1U 1Jl
Knyinond, AVash! Sept. O.-This citv
-iudi ; 'VLT.. "i y-tym in-
i , "urns i AZ acres
f laud, paying for it $9.1,8X1.
When In SALEM, OREGON, stop at
Free and Private Baths
RATES 75c, $1.00, $1.50 PER DA
The only hotel in the business district.
Nearest to all Depots, Theatres ard
A Home Away from Home
T. O. BLIGH, Plop.
Both Phones. Free Auto Bus.
Hood River Man Pays
vjsii io oaiem menus
W. Eoss Winaiis,' who resides at Deo
in Hood River valley, and ut the head
of navigation for antos on the road to
Cloud Can Inn on Alt. Hood. n in
the city yesterday. In addition to be
ing one of tho old original land maik'i
of the upper Hood River valley lie is
also the author of a very catchy sum!,
"Tho Golden Sunset Trail," both minis
and music being written by him. Tim
music, hna nlsn heon vetit-t-timmit Vv n
leading Portlnrid musician and is a very
catchy two-step. He has arranged to
have it sung nt the exposition, illustrat
ed by colored lantern views, and it is
possible will have it presented here
during the state fair. ' The music has n
hit and swing to it that reminds one
of th old '41) days and ouV can almost
see the water running ri, the sluices,
smell tho bread or beans burning, sco
the street in front of the saloons paved
with playing cards, and henr the monot
onous call of the denier nt the gnnicu,
tho clink of the glusses and the jingle
of coin. Those who have beard it suy
it will in all probability make a lid
especially in! California..
Our Great X
slapped the ,,.. .... .. I v.,....-.,.. .
loreliead ciittimr t ,i' '''s '"'xma, Wash.. Sent. fin.,t
.- .... . ? "one tor a i s. w " nas en set .1.. . ' . ' "
f . . ol,..i;., , tl" '"c nine or the
tn,., .... . ? "r "one tor n ,Ht.
"iff icir ivn "'Hii i ' 'luicasier. Ntii;.i. - i
t i." title lost st ,er to It.
" 11 1 I it 111 II
Desert Land Board His
Stuart Thi. f ' r' . k
"ian. rtiis follows nvestigation of
, o uty affairs last spring bv "So M
winch indicted the three for mn -,
- ance. and recommended the 'r re
Views On Their Sanifv1 1 !
i,....i 1. 1 , .. .
b.cme (T... . . " ' ',,','t t Terre-
ert land I,,,,, ; , V " to the den-
;.. ."""(! ineiu in ,,
TOR 3 MONTHS
(Monthly for 1 year including
All For Only $1.35
Subscription! my b new or renwl
Writ or call at this office
fro not ,!, I ,rife, ta to Kp SST
I have tutod many thousands of m,h in Jlifloti ami
am worthy of the con-
I nave Riven proves that 1
fidence placed in mo.
DR. M. P. MENDELSOHN
DOfTni? nff nivrir-c-
210-211 U. S. Hank Buildinjr, Salem, Oregon
T- p p
....rt,.i.. -."""(: mem m i,n . r. Pni-'TT w i. .
...... w nrst tw ,,.. Tlu ; , Ht,.v r" cneamped there for the . ' V . M"1 wllt he thinks of; er D V ' f. '"0 "nT of ll(,r fi.tli-1
went to .leu,,., however l,ef.,r., .1, t .1 11 r, lM,it fl"' time. Ml t. , "'" '" 11 '''"er received bv ... I . . ( nnT''eit, 721 Mill street 1
A crowd of T.HH) arsons witn...,...t i.n he. ",h. ler 1.1 I 2 1 tn ,),.! .. . . ' ' " '-le a co,,,,,,,,:,,. ! t. ' r'V,F- ''"niJ.e;' 0f tlli1
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holder met William M. J .huLto. .f's . h. k . W,U n,wt tO"lt?bt at I , a II, ' '"' ."ot ,V141" bin 1 i, ,,7 m 'Ulu' "I1"1 trs- . I.. Mar-
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juismoncr-saitin club offer. MeCAI.L't)
in. i? ,",llon Authority and Housekeep
ing Helper f more wmen ,), gu, olber
usaiino In tho world.
Coma m or write to tee a sample copy.
All the latest styles and fancy work
every month; also dohghtful stories and
i t' bM regular departments In
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WMt ODDITIES. f, S-Uy .no.im
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., ' 7 ,n "l i'en, e of the 'V"".Y pf the Mate fair .-.I ,n.. " i . " J'1!,f nnd reasot,,.i.u .. . I
"Tiuan maun mim.K- ..: n an. f... l- .. . . w I ne etiep - ..i . --- uuv.
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",mimii un hi iireiiiiiiiii ttn.i t-meniiini' -ill .. . - .. . .
hiiud iiiKtrumentK are of hitler value
;", ."nu ni nuv lime mine piiinoa
iniented 110 veins hko.
, .. --r... .... K'-""" -Meruit., '' h, v"-v ,r?' K?;i.Br ":'' the ,;;,:
......ii ..rue llivnilt',1 t no
vcrv Mjn.tum of t,lt,sh ,llv.rvtttiH1
' MiKlniol - where Sun ur,.
tl.. n V -i """ f "", ,iK ,1,,-v of' le'ter i, 11, " h' ,'om"," f this
the c(,m,ilitl!,e"h,;ni: C 2 : :,r ':,r,"i",vir- ..
! n!. n entertKinment ,h. . .1 ii.,.n; ' l'v '""" the meml L
Cat ena. IT w fmi majority f
, I . OfJi..! ' ' ' V"rT. -I'tember, "hen he y. , ,h
AiiiKleidam.--Auti in., . .. . ii
Hrt.., t iv. purelm,,.,! l.etween tw.vn.,
'id thre,. i.hIIioii rabbit nkiua nt toe'
l.eip. ur ,rket for winter elothiiin Edsr B. DouchartT". ,iw ..
for the Austrian army. h: ,,,,?,:,., "1 ..c.'"k
vi " ' inei r.. itrew. of
e 111,1,, " Ul 1 omJ
.v mat he v., .i. . . .
f in tl.u. .i:.. ' .
they ,ve Pt lvn j
board to a eertai,, ,.,.., the
. , . r.iiie, r.. Itrew. ,if llnffi.1.. ,' : ..
Ko..-Ki,.t , , .. I;?""?''- "inrrted Testenlav erit,.-. 1 ' " 'ILi 1 .'dent Wi!,m-,
fi.l.titf .,i u Z a, the home of the" bride cm ... .Tt"".:. 'V ""!!' that
You Need Not Fuss With
Two Pairs of Glasses
'by fir ,ht truest
The only Invisiblo Hi focal
-uve you near and far vision
in one pn,r without teams
08 C9 Hubbard Bldf. phon 109
"'V- offioiatiuK. They 'nor all Th." iv "r,;;:; ,