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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1915.
eart to Heart I all
WITH THE HUNDREDS OF READERS OF THE CAPITAL JOURNAL MANY
OF WHOM, WE FEEL SURE, PAY CASH FOR THOSE SUPPLIES AND PRE
FER TRADING AT HOME, PATRONIZING HOME INDUSTRIES AND THERE
BY AIDING IN THE UPBUILDING OF THEIR HOME INSTITUTIONS, IS OUR
DESIRE. WE ARE CONFIDENT AN APPEAL TO THE LOYALTY OF A VAST
MAJORITY OF OUR PATRONS WILL BE HEEDED PROVIDED QUALITIES f
AND PRICES ARE EQUAL. THIS ASSURANCE IS GIVEN AND THE OPPOR
TUNITY AWAITED TO CONVINCE YOU BY COMPARISON BY
-: THE GREATER CHICAGO STORE -:-
Ladies' Xew Fall Suits $18.00, $20.00
. and $25.00
$7.90, $10.90 and $12.90
Districts Likely to Error
Through Failure To Solve
Tangle of Red Tape
Ladies' $10.00 and $12.00 Coats,
belted back, seal colarg and cuffs
Misses and Children's Coats, $3.50,
$5.00 and $8.00, all styles
$1.98 and $2.98
Velvet Shanes, lame and small, value
300 Trimmed Hats, all new, no two
alike, values $2.50 to $4.00
Black and Colored Hats, very latest
Xew York styles, $4.00, $5.00 and
DRESS GOODS AND DOMESTICS
38 and 40 inch All Wool OQp 9c and 10c Heavy White C 1 A
Serges, all solors I J ?C Outing Flannel O 141
40 inch Silk Chiffon, regular JO- c and 12 I-2c Dress C 1 A-
75c and 85c value 401 Ginghams, dark colors V 1 It
Shepherd Checked Dress Ofl. 12 l-2c Persian Cretonne O 1
Goods, ..' 18c, 25c and' O ft new designs :.- O JW
$1.00. Soft Messaline CO- 65c Bleached Table Damask OQ
Silks, all colors I POl 68-in. wide
$2.50 and $3.00 Chinchilla ffl 7C 18c Full Standard 1 1 1 O-
Coating 56-in. wide pll J Galatea Cloth 11 "v
85c and $1.00 Suitings, 42 CO. 72x90 inch Bleached Aft
and 45 inch, all colors JOv Bed Sheets
35c and 40c Silk. Mull, all 00., 1000 Yardsjancy A 10-
colors, 27-in. wide Da Outing Flannel
Blankets and Bedding Hosiery and Underwear
85c and $1.00 Double Blankets, tan, 85c and $1.00 Ladies' Heavy Cot-
KT!2l 49c and 65c ISiTTl. 48c
Extra Heavy 12-4 Woolnap Blank- .. , , , , ,,. , . ,
ets, regular $2.50 and CI QQ clllllll0n 8 Fleecei1 S)1'ir,s and
$3.00 values, sale prii'o . $1.90 drawers, all sizes, regular OO-
35c and 40c values, sale ilv
Full size Feather Pillows, MLn
sale 40L 1J5(! aml,i8c Ladies' Fleeced Hose,
" -- " Kibbed Top, all sizes, ;.. Qg
85c and $1.00 Full Size Bed CQ BpeC'al '"" "
' Children's 18c and 20c Fleeced Eib-
$1.50 and $1.75 Comforts, QO- bed Hose, all sizes, will 10 1.?C
quilted and tied .. 'Ot got on siile at 1
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The sincere purpose of numerous road
districts of Marion county to levy
special road taxes for next year has
brought a host of inquiries to the office
of the county clerk regarding the
methods of levying taxes. Two years
ago when the 1913 special tax law went
into effect a number of the road dis
tricts of this county failed to sret thn
special tax because their notices and
methods of procedure were not accord
ing to the prescribed legal forms. The
tax payers of the district are not to be
blamed for misunderstanding the law
because few people who have not made
a special study of the law can explain
it and even road tax law "specialists''
The law as framed appears to be the
result of a deliberate atteiunt on the
part of some of the legislators to com-
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: COURT HOUSE NEWS i
W. H. Norris was appointed receiver
to take churgo of the mortgaged prop
erty and to manage the same in case of
foreclosure in the suit brought by the
Alliance Trust company against Fan
nie K. Hubbard, W. 11. Welch and C. K.
Welch doing business as Welch Bros.
The appointment of the receiver in this
case was mnde by Judge Galloway and
his bond was fixed at $1,000 and liis
compensation at $& per mouth. By
stipulation it was ordered that the
plaintiffs be allowed to amend their
complaint by inserting the names of
John Bnyne and tne United States
National bank as defendants in the
present suit. This is an action brought
some time ago to forecloso a aeries
mortgages totalling about $80,000 on
the Hubbard building and a farm of
2.12 acres belonging to Mrs. Hubbard
and located near this city.
A decree was handed down yesterday
by Judge Gnllowny in which it was or
dered that Robert A. Witzel have judg
ment against J. L. Alders and T. H.
Mackcnzio in the sum of $l.'i,tS00 and
interest and attorney's foes in the sum
of $500. It was also decreed that any
interest that the A. C. BohriiHtedt com
pany, the Waldo Hills Orchard com
puny and A. C. Bohrnstedt have in the
premises in question is subsequent in
time and inferior to the rights of the
plaintiff by rensou of the plaintiff's
OUR PURE FOOD GROCERY DEPARTMENT.
Recentlv oDened for the convenience and accommodation of all who pay
cash for their Groceries and appreciate the savings it offers the public.
NOTE OUR PRICE QUOTATIONS .
J5c Boasted Coffee,
Our Special Blend ..
50c English, Breakfast and
Ceylon Tens, special
Aster Brand Co'ndcnsed
Milk, 4 cans for
Kuro Syrup, 5 pounds
Standard Grade Jap. Kice
Canned Corn, solid
pack, sale ,
plicate the law and to twist it into1 mortgage. A. t. tondit appeared for the
such a' shape that road districts would! Vl,li,U,ilf' Cn &, Urow,'1 W H'
find the bother occasioned by raising! lr'm"8 represented tne defendants,
a special road tax would be greater! T , , . ,. .
that to go ahead and improve their' J,1,lt!0 !'wny h?." or,ml "l0 '5
ronds by volunteer work i I101' num1" '"niiy discontinued in the
As is usual in most cases the rnnd -M" .f. K,hl'.! A- .alfce g"i"t Cllcn
district is either practically uniinimnu. " 1 illm ll", n'Otlo was miuie by N.
for or against a road tax "for special'
purposes and where the resident tax
11. Heltzel, attorney for the pluintiff
in the nbov9 entitled divorce suit, on
payers all agree that a road tax should :J,1U 8'u" t'.ut Mi. Calfee had re
he vnreil thv ,i...;r i,n -i ' married and tho alimony was no longer
J of gaining these ends. In the past thev! Mry for thu 8Hort of her minor
HI simply posted three notices of a roadi
meeting nnd then each man talked it, -ri i , , , , . t i
over with his neighbor before the meet-',, T 10 "Z t n'Z J " gn
ing and at the meeting a notice was 'l0 . the jaw of B nit Aspniwall
drafted to be scut into the county court ; , 1 v U T w"
to have the tax collector add that' J."eJ"' ."'e S i' w .''f.11 Aw?-t0
specified amount to the taxes for the' hp l;lui"" io f ' ""
ih7,;ev!:drUn,li,rI,i8trietwi,cre 1 s r:T.Krr2
The timber men complained that in V . J' YUS. f l"',h" f .tlm.t .the
! sparsely settled districts the few home-' u permaneui.y enjo n o
11 I stenders who inhnhit,,,! .lw. ",m K'8"1 acuun "t?1"11"
Ml timber belt would vote a special road Al,,BW'1 to ov"r possession of an
H 1 1. t. H..H1, ... L i i i o'"01, r"-eo ot property in the Linus
3 pound Bucket Pure, go g rh'r1-"?. f weovmd the et. and
Lfaf -UJt R i .lyeaJ .', "A ' 9 a. f,l llftt 1,1 W disbursements of the uctlon.
vfl j'uim ul me iiiiliilt uuit Hutu are Dvi
tor roads than there are in the more'
1 Dozen Boxes Safety
I settled districts. The timber men were
In the case of Katie Siefer agniiiBt
Anton hiefer, J. B. Ofner oml the tier-
Kninkle Corn Flakes
Sanitary Packages ....
Best Gloss and Corn
Starch, 4 for
Diamond C nnd Cry fill
White Soap '
Best Hard Wheat Flour
Boys' $2.25 Shoes, 8 to
13 1-2, at ,.
Ladies' $2.50, aud $3.00 ff Q
Button or Lace Shoes ijH.OU
08c and $1.25 Men's Flan
98c, $1.15, $125
Men's 50e Wojk Shirts,
$3.50 and $4.00 Ladies'
Men's 50c Leather
One Lot Misses School
Official British Losses
, Four Hundred Thousand
One Lot Ladies' Shoes
up to $3.50
Shirts and Furnishing Goods
8oc and ifLOO Men's Dress
" 1 .1.. I.. t - ... . ..
P! V- , V r 11 , 7 "1 . vni" "k w ei that the
I IKtrll't HH thev liniil mi mlluanila nt . . ..... . .. -.
Wi . ' " , . . " " . pinmtili ana tno aeremlnnt are each
H i acres where the homesteader paid only , havo , fM sim ,e tit, tho plBilltiff
Hi on his quarter section The timber. t0 a uu(livi(lfl(, 4.0 interest, and the
Ujmen could not object to better roads (U,fl,IU,ftllt to au ullllivido(1 2-0 interest,
or to the special tax but they claimed in , 17-6 acres oJ, ,nll(1 )U,w,riueli j.J
M,the standards of efficiency of the,lu com,,iaint subject to the incniub-
r- i n uu l u'lth wei'H i i, nn in in u. nr i . .1... 1 1 n .n
. . i . ; riiin cH ui)un 1110 iiiuu, x iuiicib xt'iusr.
tne timber companies nnd that they , y, A. Mungold and Ilurrison Jones wero
w-ero not getting tho maxiimim amount , pointed us referees to make partition
of work tor the money voted and ex-; ,,t,tw,,t. Ulc 1n , tie-H of the lands in
pended. As a result they set nbout to; VV1,, in tK, suit. Oeoige (1. Binglmm
complicate mutters so that special rou,li represented the plaintiff and K M.
taxes would not only be a burden but, yUf(l! U,JH.nmi for the defeudaiit.
would be a source of grief to anyone
who attempted to vote a tax and wrap- jMa j,;, Foster litis been grunted u do
ped a volume of red tape about tho , oree of divorce from Herbert A. Foster
Bi proeeiturc that would ueter even tne by Judge William (lulloway of the cir-
; hardy mouutuineer. cit court of ,,iH county. J.olu K. Fos-
In order to accommodate the wishes tt.r j8 t) i,1(y wlu n.c,,ntly served u lo
H of the residents of the road districts my H,.nt,.m.0 j ta, city jail with Smith
CJ in the outlying pnrts of tho counties wh0 likewise boarded for 15 days with
gjui: uiu biuii.-, iiir ciMu.iy .ilium ""o tne city on u ciiarge ot uisoiaei'ly con
Every man ought to
have at least two or
three good suits, they
last longer, look better
and you ' always Jook
We can give you some
splendid values at
$12 and $15
Let Us Show You to
The House That Guar
antees Every Purchase.
Cor. State and Liberty
75c Heavy Fleeced Cotton
Shirts and Drawers
The Greater Chicago Store
been forced to issue specinl insirue-' duct.
tions to tno tux payers ami to get outi
special blanks to cover the different j Alleging (hut her husband secured
steps wnicn musr. no iraverseu oy ino,uu 0f her ready money uml then sent
tax payers before they can secure their j,,.r ,omo on a visit with her relutives
special tax for the roads of their dis- after which ho notified her Hint he
trict. could not supply her with money to re-
There have been two changes in the turn to him, Anna D. Bates today filed
laws rennrding the levying of road ujt for u divorce from Thomas Bates
taxes. The one requires a publication 0Il t),0 grounds of cruel and inhuman
of an estimate or budget of the pro- treiiteineut. They wero married in Mi
posed expenditures for about three) ,.m, December 7, 1012, uud have no
weeks prior to the roud meeting; the children or property lights to become
other is with reference to the increase involved in tho controversy. The coin
in the rates of taxation. A special pro- plaint, stutes that prior to the present
cedure is required in case the taxes aro; niurringe tho pluintiff was a widow and
increased more than six percent overi her former numo was Anna Moon which
the highest levy of the preceding two name she dusires to resume aguiii. Carey
years, in this cuse a ininy mijr no
tice is required nnd it requires two
special meetings, each called by a pe
tition of more than 10 per cent of the
resident tax payers, and the whole
procedure requires about two months'
time. As the final report, must be filed
in the office) of the county clerk be
fore the end of November the pro-
Little Publicity For
Drafting Season of 1915
San Francisco, Sept. 14. From all
indications, as little publicity as pos
sible will be the chief aim of the ma
jor leaguers during the drafting sea
son, which opens tomorrow, owing to
tho eagle eyes of the Federnl league
moguls, vho have a hatiit of waiting un
til the majors draft promising talent
and then of stealing it away.
Tho mnjors will harvest an excellent
crop in the Coast league this season.
In fldltion to the numerous players who
will bo lost to the Coast via the $2,500
draft price, a very choice collection
already has been purchased by the ma
jors. Tim Seals will lose Hoy Corhan to
the St. Louis Cardinals. Bobby Jones
and Ilurry Hcilmann to Detroit, and
Zerolene was awarded highest
competitive honors gold
medalsSin Francisco and
San Diego Expositions.
Send for Lubrication Inilrueiion
Chart, sfreifyint make tnd model
of jour car. frti.
th Standard Oil for Motor tors
Schm'dt to rittsburg.
(j'-deon of Salt Lake Will amble in a
Viishington uniform next year, nnd
Ji,el'ty Wiftiams will dijsport fji
Comiskey. Jack Ness goes to the
Wliito Sox and Johnston to the Cubs,
from the Oukland club. McMullen and
Terry of Los Angeles, will go to the
(Cf utlnued from rage One.)
The Constantinople war office, how
ever, claimed unit ine iurns rcpuisou
HOW FRENCH PEOPLE
White SOX.. lOVelCSklfl OIK! JSUteS or I ,,;,.. s.,1..hhr onil nlnnir Klivln
Portland have been disposed of ! bttV Bn,i ,rov. off the wariii..
Cleveland. ' ,
Turks Burn Town.
London, Sent. M. Focha, near Sinyr
I ria. is in flume", according to Athens
TITDC CTfiMAfU TDAITUI 17 ! dispatches reaching here today.
tUlVL jlUiMtll IIWUDIX The inference was that Turkish troops
convinced Inst the Dardanelles are
alirnt to fall, arc retreating and burn
ing coast town's in their path.
A household remedy of the French
peasantry, consisting of pure vegirtable
oil, and snid to possess wonderful merit
in the treatment of stomach, liver and
intestinal troubles, has been introduced
in this country by Georgo H. Mayr, who
for twenty years has been one of the
lending down-town druggists of Chi
cago and who himself was cured by its
use, 8o quick and effective J its action
that a singlo dose is usually enough to
bring pronounced relief in the most
stubborn cases, and many people who
have tried it declare they never heard
of anything to produce such remark
able results in so short a time. It is
known as Mayr's Wonderful Remedy
and can now he had at all leading drug
stores. It is sold with the positive
understanding that your money will be
refunded without question or quibble if
ONE bottle fails to give you absolute
Sixth Bald of Zeppelins.
London, Sept. 14. Executing their
sixth mill within R week, Zeppelins Inst
night attacked the "east coast" with
nit inflictini? any damage or casualties,
it wus officially announced todny.
A previous announcement told of an
aeioplur.'e attack on Kentish towns yes
terday after noon, with four wounded.
The press bureau added threo names
of women in jured in tho Kent raid yes
terday. Two of the injured .were re
ported in serious condition.
Paris, Sept. 14, A French torpedo
boat patrol has sunk a Herman sub
msrino off the Dardanelles, said on'
Atlipna ilimntch toilsv. The admiralty.
however, baa not tjus far eonfirmed ''etrrad.
F. Martin is attorney ror the plaintiff.
In the case of Hons A. Lucas against
Hebeccu H. Lucas, u suit for divorce,
tho pluintiff was ordered to pay into
court the sum of $50 for suit money
and tliut no further action will be tnlteii
in the matter until surd money is paid
Into court. The case enmo tin for n hear-
ceeding must, be commenced about thei jnjj before Judge (lulloway yesterday
first of October, In case any ot tlicjon ft motion of-the oefendnnt lor suit
districts of this eonuiity contemplate i money und attorney 's fees,
the levying of a special road tnx for
this year which is more than a six perl Chester Tyler Ilendrick, pluintiff in
cent increase over tho highest tux of the divorce suit ngninst Florence Head
tho previous two years they may j rick, was ordered by Judge (lulloway
secure blanks from the office of the) yesterday to pay into court the sum of
county clerk which will give them fulLifSO to be used lis suit money und (it
instructions and will supply thqjn with , torney 's fees. Cin soii & Hrown repre
the required blanks which comprise! sent, the plaintiff and Carey F. Martin
some six pages of closely typed matter! the defendant.
but relieves tnein or mo necessity in
wndinir through the intricate muxes of
tho road law relative to special taxes
Portland, Or., Sept. M. Ac
companied by a diminutive ter
rier, Maud 'Uridsm), a school
teacher of Chicago and Huth
llarsley, owner of a. cafeteria,
also of the windy city, are at
a local hotel toduy enjoying a
snort rest after a little juun't
across country of M.IMIO miles.
The two hikers will leave for
Sail Fninciscci in u few days,
where their walk will come to
an end. They hnve been on the
road si in e Marc!i IX.
A decree was issin' u by Judge liushey
in tho probate court toduy closing the
mutter of the estate of James llarngcr,
deceased, and accepting the final ac
count of the administrator, H. W, Mncy.
The administrator was discharged from
further trust in connection with the
est u to, 1
Thn bid of F. Dogen and O. Johnson,
of Mehninn, for the clearing, draining
und grading of tho road petitioned for
by ('. II, Work nnd others in district
No. 40 on the dales and Mill City mad
was accepted by the cuiinty court to
day. The bill of Dogen & Johnson ng-
gp-gutes about 2,0110, the only other
bid on the work was that of C. F. Hush-
nell which aggregated nearly $.1,000.
Von Hlndenburg Advances.
Itcrlin, via Lriu'doii, Sept. 14. Field
Marshal von Hiiidenburg 's armies are
advancing on a wide front between
Dvinsk and tho Vili.jn, river, despite
further furious resistance, it was of
ficially announced today.
Fifty two hundred Slav prisoners
were taken yesterday.
This advance murks a portion of the
movement on Dvinsk, key to the path to
Hon. 11. P. Hoisn declined to accept
tho duties as delegate from this coun
ty to tho Oregon-t uliforiiin land grant
conference which Is ro bo held nt the
stnto house Thursday and has notified
the county court of his withdrawal. Mr.
Iloise wits the delegate chosen by I lie
tax puyers league nnd his successor
will not be appointed until this body
meets and recommends nnother repre
sentative. Mr. Hoise stated thnt on ac
count of other matters demanding his
attention at this particular time lie
would be unable to act.
Tho county grand jury will bo culled
Rangers and Troops
Active Trailing Raiders
(Continued from ruge One.)
are co-operuting Jn this move. Tho
Meuvn l.urcdo commander has prohibit
ed soldiers from participating in n
elelualioii parade, and has threatened
to punish ti ii v one endeavoring to in
cite anti-Ainerican feeling.
Washington, Sept. II. The third
l'lin-Aiuerii'ini conference, looking to
ward pence in Mexico, will conveiio
Saturday in Xew York, it was official
ly announced todny. Illness of llruzil
Inn Ambassador Diiduuia, caused post'
poiiement from Wednesday.
Ifccogiiition of ( urriui.a as provision
al president is considered ns reasonably
certain. Announcement of such a move,
however, will probably bo delayed until
foreigners aro cleared from Villa tort
ritory, lest the news stir up troublo,
with serious results to Americans nnd
Warning Is Confirmed.
Washington, Sept. 1 1. The govern
ment has ordered American to lenvn
I lie troubled districts of northern
Mexico, it was understood uuthorilu
lively this afternoon,
Nogales dispatches had reported thst
automobiles wore taking out Anicricuiii
from Sonora following urgent warn
ings to (Vinsiil Siuipii'h at .Nogulcs,
American Is Froe.
FJ Paso, Texas, Sept. I I, lidwnrd
Lcdwidgc, American, slated to be killed
ut noon today by his Mexican cuptorx,
unless n t lii.ilDi) ransom were pirnl,
gained his liberty when the buudil i
fled ul the approach of Villistns who
were escorting Ledwtdgo's friends with
I ho money. Dispatches received hero
did not state tho place of his release,
though be was captured in Cliihuiihiiu.
Mre. Belmont Will Edit
San Francisco Papei
Sun Francisco, Sept. II. If you don't
like newspapers as mere men edit thciu,
wut"h out Saturday. A woman is go
ing to edit tho Sun Friineisco Kulletiu.
That woman is Mrs. O. 11. P. Ilclmont,
wealthy New Yorker, prominent nu
leader of the equal rights movement.
She will pick her own staff. Doubt
less, it will be from the ranks of tli
suffragists who aro rf-re for the grcnt
women voters convention, the first hi
its kind in the history of the mi
Mrs, Delmont will confrol thn pn
per's policy Saturday, She enn write
and print what she pjcuscs, tho lliilletin
ill this county September 27 to prepare
the indictments for tie October term
of the circuit court. As this ditto is
the opening date of the state fair n
number of the members who desired til
attend tho fuir are strongly in favor
of the date of one or the other being
changed, which, however, is unlikely.
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