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Some Big Saturday Specials
For Clean-ups at The Big Stockton's Store
Enrollment of Practically One
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPT. 10, 1915.
A large broken lot of Lace Curtains
at 1-2 price. These are excellent values
at the original price.
A large line of Cotton Plaids suitable
for children's dresses, 20c and 25c val
ues for 15c.
Ladies' White Under Skirts, a little
soiled, at 1-2 price.
A large lot of Suitings suitable for
children's and misses wear, $1.50 values
reduced to $1.00. .
Hundred Boys and Girls
A large lot
price for Sat
Our store is rapidly
popular styles and weaves, and we are placing them on
sale at prices that cannot be beaten. Give us a call and
be convinced that we are the leading store of the northwest.
"Kilmeny" at the Grand tonight and tomorrow Leuore t'lrich, famous star
of "The Bird of Paradise," in the part of the little rich girl abducted by
gypsies, supported by an all-star cast.
Will Salem Support High
The answer to hisqucstion will be
forthcoming within a short time.
Manager Waters of the Grand has
secured for Sunday and Monday, Sept.
39 and 20, a full bill six acts of high
Hans vaudeville from the Sullivan-Con-aidine
circuit. The feature is an ex
pensive one, and if it is to be con
tinued at the Grand the support from
the Salem public must be such as to
A thoroughly Rood vaudeville pro
gram will be shown at the Grand every
iSundav and Monday if
Well, it will be up to the people to
determine by their patronage whether
or not it is made a regulnr attraction.
Trices will be low. '
We believe the experiment will provo
successful, but time will tell.
I A Big Surprise
400 Tents at cost prices for this week only. Also everything neeaea
for camping. Don't fail to see ns if you need anything in thu line.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
The Houm of Half a Million Bargains. , '
302 N. Commercial St.
We are re.
are the lat
est of crea
tions. If you
wish the lat
est in style
see our line.
filling with new
TRY SALE?.! FIRST
ALVA COMMCITOML CLUB
PATENTS NEW STUMP PULLER
D. J. Bontrager on .Saturday dem
onstrated a new hand power stump
puller to a number of local residents
which seemed to meet with the ap
proval of all who saw it. Tho stump
puller which Mr. Bontrnger has patent
ed is constructed along similar lines
to the power pullers with drum and
cables, except that he has a new fea
ture in a hand sweep with powerful
leverage that worlis both ways and the
leverage can be increased or lessened
with a slight adjustment.
The stump used in demonstration
was about 10 inches in diameter, but
it is claimed that during the wet sea
son this machine will pull a stump
three feet in diameter without diffi
culty. The simplicity of its construc
tion and the small cost of putting it
on the market should mnk this puller
a popular machine with the man of
small means who 1ms land to clear.
for Hop Pickers i!
goods, with most
S OREGON NEWS TODAY J
Big Output and High
Prices For Fish Packers
Portland, Or., Sept. 10. With one of
the greatest outputs .of canned salmon
in the history of the Pacific, northwost
and the greatest for a number of years,
packing interests are today being al
moHf swamped with orders for supplies
at extreme prices.
Not only is there liberal buying of
Columbia Kiver Chinook Teported from
American points by packers and a lib
eral business from European interests,
but Europe is today negotiating for
heavy supplies of fresh salmon.
Opening prices were announced to
day for Alaska salmon by local inter
ests. Red salmon was quoted at $1.50
and medium red at $1.15.
Umatilla County Farmer
Charged With Murder
Tendleton, Or., Sept. 10. Juhn Kich
ardson, formerly a farmer in this vic
inity, was arrested today, charged with
tho murder of J. T. Owens, a horse
trader of Twin Kalis, Idaho, whoso de
composed body was dug out of a well in
Desnlain gulch last night by Sheriff
Tuylor and a deputy.
The two men left here two weeks
ago with Owens' four horse team and
wagon. Richardson returned alone a
few days later and Bold Owens' horses,
stating Owens had gone to Idaho. This
aroused suspicion and an investigation
resulted in the finding of Owens' body.
Owens was married to Richardson's
Wasco Has Bad Fire
Started By Explosion
Wasco, Or., Sept. 10. Fire, starting
from an explosion of unknown origin in
the stock room of tho Atwmd Ic Lee
gnrage and machine shop, did several
thousand dollars damage here last
u'ight. Eighteen automobiles were
boused in the garage and but one ma
chine was saved from the flames. The
blacksmith shop of Fiank L. Morrow,
was badly damaged.
H. A. ilriitcher, wh was in charge of
the dynamos of the city lighting plant,
which is next door to trie burned garage
was severely burned by the explosion
of automobile storage tanks.
WELL KNOWKN PIONEER. DIES
Astoria, Or.. Sept. 10. J. O. Megb r.l
aged 70 years, one of the best known (
salmon packers on the lower Columbia1
river, died at his home in Megler earlyi
Megler was speaker of the house of i
representatives of the Washington!
ntnto legislature for one term and is aj
veteran of the civil war. '
The Oregcu state school for the deal
will begin its school year nvxt Mondav.
September 13, with an -enrollmont of
forty-three girls and fify-five bovs.
During the )aat few weeks all the rooms
in the building iavo been prepared for
the coming pupils and the tables and
cooking u tonsils are ready in the do
mestic science room, as a came in do
mestic science has again been) added to
tne course this year.
The teaching force will remain this
year with E. 8. Tillinghnst, superin
tendent, Mrs, Hilda It. Tillinghast, ma
tron, and the teachers who were here
last year with these exceptions: Miss
May Howlett, of Wisconsin!, will take
the place of Miss Knowlcs; Miss Cumn
Rich, of Ohio, will succeed Miss Lee;
Miss Ruth Uable, of Michigan, will
have charge of the classes formerly
taught by Miss Mayers, and Miss Emma
Rusch has been especially trained for
of the domestic course tliat was again
made part of the course of study. Miss
Raush has been especially trained for
this work and is a graduate of the
training school domestic science depart
ment of the Stout Institute of Menon
Any child that is deaf and dumb, liv
ing in tho state of Oregon, may attend
the state school. Application is uiado
to the superintendent, who sends a reg
ular blank form to he filled out.
Upon the arrival of the child at the
school, a medical examination and test
of mentality is first made , before ad
mitted. Sometimes a child is dumb but
not deaf, and in a majority of such
cases, iney are iouiki to be feeble unrul
ed and are not admitted.
The course of study in the institution
is divided into tho kindergarten, six
oralc!assos and two manual. On first,
entering, the child is put in the primary
class and encouraged to play, and is
given tests of manual dexterity, imita
tion tests anil sense training, in order
that tho tetachers may form an . es
timate of the child's menial condition.
The first work is in lip training, the
pronouncing of "the vowels and later
in elementary sounds. At the age t'.'
12 or 13, industrial work is added, end
each child is required to take care of
its own room. In the fifth year, regu
lar public school work is taker, up and
graded as in public schools. A few of
tho pupils take up high school work
and when graduated, go to Uallaudet
college at Washington, I). :,, a national
Children are -'entitled to enter the
state institution at the ago of six years
and according to the state law, are al
lowed to renmin ten years, although in
cases that justify, the bmrd is allowed
to extend thiB ten year period. "
The mil'UOFC Of lile fil-Ht. VPIIv'u unrl
is to give the e hi I'd expression for tho
experiences or every day lite and this
is dori' in language that is read from
the lips, spoken and written. In the
forming of words, the child is first
taught to pro'iounce the vowels, then
consonant a. id later, words. The ad
vanced work is not confined to the
teaching of lip reading and the devel
opment of speech. The children are
carried tluomdi a course of study such
ns is followed in the public sc'hdjls.
They study geography, arithmetic, just
as ncumig emmren no.
BELLE PASSI DEFEATED
The Melle I'linsi ball tenm suffered
its first defeat Inst Sunday at tin
City Turk when the Woodburn lied
Sox took their mensuro to the tune
of 8 to 7. The Relle I'assi team ac
quired the most hits nnd their pitcher
had the best of the argument in strike
outs, but the older heads of the Ri d Km
overcame the fus-ter ploying of the kids.
BURNS SUES NEWSPAPER
Portland, Ore., Sept. 10. On his way
to Scuttle to prosecute his libel suit
ngainst The Times of that city, William
J. Bums, head of the Burns Detective
agency, was in 1'ortland today.
The articles to which Bums so se
riously objects were printed by the
Times last spring nnd their nppearnnce
was followed by tho filing of a suit ask
ing $150,000 diiinages.
TRY A JOURNAL CLASSIFIED AD
THEY ARE BUSINESS GETTERS
ONB CP.VT A WORD
Snappy .Suns Witty Payings
f lever Steps.
Jone's Declaration of Independ
ence 2 part Universal
There's Many a Slip
Nestor Comedy with Miss Billie
ALWAYS 10 CENTS
Well Might This Store Be Called "The Style Show"
"THE TOGGERY" 167
OF LOS ANGELES
Mayor Estelle Lawton Lindsey
Tells How She Would
Us Angeles, Oil., Sept. 10. Mayor
Kstelle Lawton Lindsey.
Tulay for the first time i tho his
tory of the United States, and perhaps
tho western hemisphere, a woman is
the chief executive of a city of the
lirst class, with u population of more
than half a million. :
Council Woman Lindsey is acting
mayor of Los Angeles in the absence of,
C. E. (Sebastian, whites visiting tho ex- j
position nt San Krnncisco. 1
It was the gallant action of Council-1
man Conwcll that made Mrs. Dindsey
tho first woman mayor in America.
He conspired with his colleagues to
make possible the appoint meat of Mrs.,
I.indsey as president of the city crtincil. j
In this position she was automatically!
acting mayor or Los Angeles. ,
"I am' exceedingly happy to be,
mnvor," nil Mrs. I.imlsey. I
''What would you do it you should;
become permanent mayor ui' Los An-j
geles, " she was asked.
"That's a big question," Mrs. Lind-j
sey responded. "There are hundreds!
of things 1 would like to do but whether,
or not J would succeed in doing them is;
the question. The mayor s hands are
"Here are some of the things I wuild
like to do, however, if I were perman
"Devise some system for ridding Lie
city of the m unity of charity; give'
employment to hii.idre.ls of unemployed j
but capable men by having the city do
its own paviiif. This paving wirk
alone amounts to a million! dollars a
"Then I would have nil streets light
ed by city power, and other public ser-l
vice' utilities iiiider city control. Ij
would abolish the city jail and estab
lish a luig.i healthful farm where de
linquents could earn their own living
in the opeii. air. I'm bids from this
farm could be sold and almost made to
siiport the institution.
"I would havrt a drunkards rogues
gallery and black list where persons
who repeatedly get drunk could be
fpliicuniod in all saloons. Any but-
'tender selling tnem tlrniKS wouni nave
his license revoked.
"I wotild put into force tho single
tax idea. This would abolish t'.io land
sharks, one of the detested parasites
that still survive aiming us.
" J would scatter throughout the city
20 or .'Id milk stations where nothing
but scientifically inspected milk would
be given consumers.
"On the east side and in somfl or tne
poiirer districts, 1 would establish
schools for mothers. I would have
mothers tuught how to care for babies
and make them strong and healthy chil
dren, "And I could go and mime number
less new betterments I would affect,
but of course that piiwcr is rarely, if
over vested in." one individual in these
days. ' ' '
The Hubbard school board met
Tuesday night and opened bids for the
construction of the school building
for which l.'i.OOO bonds hud been
voted. The bids were lis follows;
Hnfstctler, tl3,75!t; O. Kinnenr, 1S,
2HH; C, T. Home, 11,771; K. 11. White,
Ii!,4.'l7; Htebbinger Bros., 12,.,Ki(l
Dennison, I5,im.rj Krlekson, lfi.OH ;
Dnlrymple, ! 1,710;. C. A. Hartley, PI,
2M; Zolph Bros., 13,705. Thn board
is taking the bids under consideration
and will make a decision in a day or
two. Bids for the heating plant were;
Kustman, 1.02!i; Bayer, 1,500; Cnlon
Avenue Heating Plant company, 1,032;
Mcpherson fc Co., 1,220.- Independent.
and Clothes for Men
Who Stay Young
Alton Newberry Is the champion
young tennis player of the city, l int ;
much was decided yesterday when thei
finals were played and young Newber
ry was declared tho winner, .and with
the championship, becumn tho winner of J
a fine tennis racquet, presented by the ;
Salem Tenuis association, i he games
were played at tho courts on Twelfti
street and from an original entry of
but ten were on hand to play in tin
final contests. These last contest utn
wero Alton Newberry, Klviu l.nntis,
William tteorge, Cecil Schafer, Hoy
Anderson, Philip Kingo, Walter l.eboid,
Percy Hammond, Paul Doney and Hugh
A cent a word will tell your
tforv in the Journal New Today
TONIGHT and TOMORROW
One cent per word each Inser
tion. Copy for advertisements na
iler thia heading should be In by
8 p. m.
PHONB MAIN L J
HOYS LOOK Angora liibbits for sale,
!!.rc. each, Hliti Court, street, or piiu'ie
mri. Sept 10
I'Olt MONT Modern furnished house
keeping nppartincnt. Call at -10 S.
11th street. Sept I I
AKII WOOD Pint class, immediate
future delivery. ). O. .Mcl Icllnii,
Phoiie 3200 or 472. Sept, 1(1
KOIt MA LK Twin Indian motorcycle,
fully equipped, good as new, cheap.
Phone 002 nfter U p. m. Sept 10
M A K 10 KINK HOP BIOIOIl nt home.
Send 1.00 for recipe. Hop Malt
Kecipe Co., Box 2Li Salem, Oregon.
WANTKJv One bay or brown hnrso,
alKiut 1100 weight, city broke, nut
over 10 years old. Apply Salem Ice
SKWINO MACIl'lMOK-Driip hciids ss
good ns new, I (1.0(1, l2)0 ami 13.
New drop heads, 20.00, Kepniring
of all machines guaranteed. "'''' S.
Church street. Hepl 1 1
THE VAMPIRE WOMAN
ONE HOUR OF MIRTHFUL BCREAMINO
r&tttfctttffctt SUNDAY AND MONDAYtfe&&&&fe
,lA V Windowcleaner. Phone 708.
$3.50 per cord.
WANTKD To trade for ttumppuller.
i none yrn. yc,,t
01.0 LtMHKIt for sale, cheap. Call
4.'U Court street. tf
KOR tsALK Veatch and
KOR HUNT Furnished housekeeping
room; cIojo in. O. W. Johnson, tf
i Li SI AN 1)8 of bees for sule; modern
j hives; cheap, lit, H, Box 103. tf
I'Ol'NI)-- Coals, vnluo 1, 000.00 0
your wife, Tred's .Night Lunch.
l'OU SAI.K ( hoice pointer dogs, train
to field work. Phone SI-l'-S. ( has.
WATi;i- I'liice to work fir board by
student dining school year. Address
101 S, Hth. sept 10
, WANTKD Man wants pluwing or oth
er farm work with team, llouto 4,
Box 33, Salem, Ore. tf
I'tHf, K 10 N'T Housekeeping rooms-for
ladies only. 1)10 N. Church, phono
"I'i.I, after 0 p. m. tf
SIX !,'( )( iM modern house for rent,
corner Winter and Trade streets,
per imnlh. Phone II--. Sept It
Hilt SAI.K Driving mare, 7 years old
and colt S years old. Inquire C. K.
Marty, ltir.it;! It, ll(,x 1, Salem. Sept III
ULAl K HIOKItllOS 2'.e. per gallon de
livered. I.envo ik phono orders to
lloynl Bakery. Phono 37S. Sept 13
KOR TKADIO-New liiternutiennl drop
head sewing mnchine, for old fir
wood, or prub oak, Cull Sal Perry
street. ' f
WANTIOD Lady with experience iu
real estate and insurance business, to
take cluugc. of well established firm.
Address Ileal Kslale, care Journal,
KOIt UK. NT (iood rooming house, mod
ern 10 room house, full baseineiit,
electric lights, luiih, etc. Inquire at
SiiIciii Liik.'iy, 2tli a.id Cicuicketii
streets. Phono 24 NO. SeptlH
1.KAVIM1 TOWN My household for
niliire fur sole ut a big sacrifice,
practically everything goes. Ojiito u
few articles are new. Better phono
4111 W or cull 03!) Center street aud
see if I huvou't what you wakt.
Sept 1 1
MONI0Y TO LOAN On Improved
farms at 7 per cent ar.'nual interest.
I am representing the Commerce Safo
Deposit & Mortgage Co. of Portland,
Oregon, yuick delivery of money.
Write tun or call at aMiion olltel. K.
.1, Ilerger, Hiilem, Oregon. tf
WANTIOD A.i intelligent, neat ap
pearing wouiiin, as representative for
Nullum' Corsets in Suleiii. Comcn
sation is gmd for one who will work;
none iitlier need apply. Address Nil
Hone Pnrlor, 302'ij Washington street
Portlund, Oregon. Sept. 13
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