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f TOMORROW MEYERS NO. 760th
ii Wednesday Surprise i
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1 ( . . . 'I ' L' ri M fi V- f HI . I H (i V...
I sweaters just at the beginning of cool weather when
4 V 1 1 l Vl 4 ft f nn 4 1 1 v mrv 4Ait rn 1 1 n vtw-i v r uvwt n4n
umugiiw mc iuiiniij tuwaiu wtuiuei jaxincjiLS.
These sweaters are suitable for Women, Misses,
Boys good heavy weave roll collar two pockets
your choice of red, grey or brown. Sold regularly
and a good grade at .'!.50. Extra value for Tomor
row only $1.98 each
Sale starts at 8::0. See window display
liy JlbobplGlblbD s
All Around Town
Dr. Mendelaonn, specialist la fitting
giKiiel correctly. U. M. bunk bldg.
D. J. McKetuis, of Portlnivl, was in
(he city with his trunks. He is a trav
eling salesman out of l'lirtland utid has
the distinction of currying morn trunks
than any other knight of the road,
Dr. Stons'i Drug Bturo, tf
Joe Shaw and family of Dallas, have
jnnveil to Hulem for the school yenr mid
will Uv on Mnrion sti t. Miss Geor
gia Hhnw will nttend Ht, Mary's Acid
emy, and Miss Mildred Hhuw will enter
at the high school.
Dr. Stone'i Drug Store.
This sftenioon at 1:30 o'clock, the
following parties sailed on the steamer
Greut Northern from I'lnvel for San
Francisco: Mr. mid Mrs. W. ,, Gallo
way, Km ma V, I.iitle, l H. Wight, Mrs.
H. A. Wiggins.
Dr. H. T. Mclntlre, physician and
iirgeoii, 21i Masoui.) bldg. 1'honu 41(1.
The Blirlnera In Balein will meet Wed
nesday evening at the Masonic lem
jdfl to arrange, for a siiecinl reception to
bit given to the visiting brothers on
Hhriner day at the state fir Hiitnr
day, October 2.
Dance toiUght in hall over Pomeroy's
deweliy Hlore. Uidic free.
rrofessor Earl Kliyatrick, of the Uni
versity, went to Hnlem yesterday t r.
range for the exhibit of the extension
department nf the university at the
state fair. He hiivs tne exhibit will be
I 11 7 YT
Just as fast as we can to pret our new store opened
up and our big stock of Pianos in and ready for the
. eager buyers who will flock here to take advantage
of the bargains we are going to offer them. Iiut
We've got to help Mr. Henderson, of the Kansas
Cash Store, get his stock boxed and ready for ship
ment to Klamath Falls. Can't net in until h,
out, you know. ?ut
When we do get in when we get all those fine
Then look out!
(In the meantime, watch for our announcement.)
The Valley Music
C. F. HULL, Manager.
264 North Commercial
A Sale of
Grade Wednesday :
onlrt r P ln! mi 1 ,1 1 , . w . 1
larger and belter than the one last year.
Dr. Uttor, dontint, will return from
National Dental Congress (September
IM. Office 414 Salem ilank of Coin
merco llldg. tf
Oscar Steolhnmmer, deputy county as
sessor, retur I yesterday from a six-
teen-day trip to the Man Francisco
fair. Mr, riteelhaunnrr did not spend
nil of his time at the fair limv.iviii.
but visited Sacramento and Stockton
where he spent some (fine at the home
of his sister, Mrs. A. I'. Allen.
Genuine. If you want tho genuine
sewing needles for your sewing inn
chine. Geo. ('. Wills uells Iliinn f ill
R. R. Mohnev. A. II Oau. R T. it.r.
denbrook mid J, ). Ilartwell returned
late last eveuiuu from an eiL'ht dav
outing near Mnrion lake lit tho foot of
.Mount Jettersnii. The party left the
lake Sumliiv niornini. uitli in li,.,li ..r
snow covering the ground and a ther
mometer mat suggested winter weather.
Card of Thanks.
1 Wish III CXIUCSH HIV lOlli.'liu fur Ho,
many kindnesses shown i Iiiriuir the
illness and neat'u of mv wile.
JKUliV GUAM AM.
The choir and male quartette of the
First Christian church will give a con
cert Wednesday evening at the state
Industrial school for girls. A short ml
dress will also be given bv the ltev
F T. l'orter, pastor of the First Chris
tian church, The singers in the male
quartette are C. K. Knowlnnd, Dr. II. C
Kplev. Fred Met am) s. lv Wolf,
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPT. 14. 1915.
Big Eastern Oysters, Spanish dishes
am a coinpleto variety of hot home
rooked foods, kept hot all day on our
uIauiii Inl.ln Ktinoillla tlftluV' Ctlielt-
en ".iblotn on toaat, chicken &m, gen
uine npaniHU emu con earne. tuning
Delicatotmeii. l'hone 508.
The date or the corn show and
fanners' itmtitute to fie held at Aums
ville, hits been definitely decided on as
November G and 0. The Hilverton
corn show and farmers' institute will
continue four days beginning November
10. This week L. .1. C'hnpin will mnke
arrnngi'mentx for sinillnr shows to be
held this fall at Mount Angel, Wood
burn li nd Aurora.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our grateful
thanks to the friend and neighbors
who ho kindly assisted us during the
k iiiiuu find .lix.tli if nor wttn i tnitrli-
j ter and sister, also for the beautiful
, floral offerings.
MM. .JOHN WOOIXEV,
Mlt. .1011 V UAII.Kl'
j AND FAMILY'.
The prisoners at the Oregon State
penitentiary were given an entertain
! ment last liiuht bv the Asvlum band
which was enlarged by the miditiou of a
lilnri'ed bv tlie nilililimi nf n
unmoor or the mem hers of lie siim
t' Military band. Airs, Hi.lliu l'arrish
T ! 1 1 : 1 , : .. t . . i. i
j 1 1 1 jiii-n vwib ileum in a niinilicr in Hl'ios
which were enthusiastically encored by
I the visitors mid the inmates who filled
1 1 the auditorium.
"The Fighting Hope," which wag or
iginnlly produced under the direction
of David lielasco, is nnw to be offered
on thi screen a ider the joint nmn'itge
uient of Mr. licl-iuco mid Jesse L. I.im-
i l i. t;. ;.. r i i i
n i. ml,. l.lllllllin llllllll-l J IIICI II 11 II
drama is to serve as the vehicle for in
troducing one of Ameiica's foremost
dramatic sti;rs, l.nuni llupe Crews, to
the photoplay public.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Edwin Platts, who
had been in r.iiL'ene fur a few months
,,r 7 . r . i
lem. Air IMa ,m w , V'::;
school here, will have charge of the
manual training dcpnrthient of the Sn
lem hi ell school. He formci-lv tmiirlil ii.
the shops of the electrical engineering
scnoius o I tan university anil is n grad
uate of that dopniHiient. Kugene
Alderman Otto Wilson pleaded guilty
to a charge of speeding before Judge
Klgin this morning nnd was ussessed a
fine of $10 which he puid. The case of
Fred Strobbel, who wus also arrested
for speeding was dismissed for cause
us it appeared that this was an emerg
ency enso as Mr. Strobbel had been
sent after medicine by a physician of
this citv. John M ii it ! ti inriiut.i.l c...
speeding, forfeited if III by failure to up
pet,r. An especially Htronir rnmnanv iaa
been organized t( support Laura Hope
lews in -,n iietniizatltin of "Tin
Fielitinu. Ilium ' I.. 1.., u...... i ......
" ' I I n, n v I II!
Grand tonight, tomoirow nnd Thursday
unuer me uirection ot Jesse L. I.asky
and Dnvid llelnscn. This eompnnv in
cludes Theodore Huberts, ( leu li.ln..lv
George (lebhardt, Thomas Meielinn,
Itichard Morris, Tom Foiuian, Hilly KI-
uier. ilorenco Sinvlhe nn',1 Mnaim. i
A heard x)f Red Polled cattle from
Duluth, Minn., mid n horil of Cm. .,.,.
from the siuiie place were enjored at the
state fair today accordinc to Kwr m
W. Al Jones, nnd n lier.l of 'r,n,,..,,.,i,
swine from Iowa will also be shown at
the state fair this year. These eastern
entries are unusual at the Oregon state
fair nnd Mr. Jones states that there Is n
pnssiliility uf several other eastern
herds being entered before the entiv
lists close for the fair this year.
M. O. Evans, assistant state leader
of Cull II t V IIL'I'OI work I' S ii,,. k
of agriculture, arrived in the city to
day to confer with I. .1 rim,,; i..
live to the various corn shows and fann
ers' institutes tu be held in tin.
this full, mid to arrnnge for a space
at the state fair for tin, (1 I' ..vi.;i.:i
in agriculture, lie will also interview
.Mr. ( nr ton. ns.sislinit stni., ,,,..;
dent of iiublie iiiMtrin.tiii,u, i.,......i....
the judging of the industrial club work.
0. K. 1'reytng, commissioner of agri-
cultuie for Oregon nt the l'n na l'a
cilic exposition returned to the cit
yesterday tu co-operate with the of
ficials of the state fair for an ugricnl
turnl exhibit. After the state tair he
will return to his wi. at the exposi
tion. Todoav Mr. Fievtag is in Albany
and I. inn , uiit y to interest that sec
tion in the agricultural exhibit at the
1 Today, the Drager Fruit company will
! begin dicing pmnerf, ln.t h I'etit
: talian, for ,jcpteuib, r shipment. This
! is perhaps the earliest packing of
i I"'1 Known iu Marion county. t
least several old ti-ors In the' prune
business could remember of no time
when prunes were packed before the
, aim, lie ot the month. YV. K. Drager. of
the iMnger Fruit company, U of the
I opinion iifier hearing lepo'iis from the!
; prune men in this section, that the crop
itlns year will full fur below the cstm,.
ates of one uiouth hk-o. j
I The meiEanine in the Capital Nation j
III bunk building, m, being re-coiu
strurted by Fred A. F.iion, will l, 1
placed nt the rear of the lower floor I
and will be reached by two slairwnvs. I
It will have n floor made of eastern -onk
ii'.urter sawed and trimmings u ,
mahogany, and will be used for n lib I
rary ami uirectors' loom. From tin
...,.,, H,.,rl s,,rwy w,l. ...,d ,
iu siore room. A revolving firc-oreof i
shutter for the lure,, i.l..A.
Ol li e 11. ei niiiiie ia nlu .1
... " "r
feature, iu the Vo s u , a
held nt the Mute house Tl.u.sdav . .v.
pects at lest iOO del..,,,,,... ....I
a possibility of Hourly ;U't) mcrdini: to
1 ii . . " .ii.,.
.... ,in.iono, neeretnry j the coin
inittee, who wrote to Secretary of stnt,.
t'icou t,Hiy to make "re..rvi.i
I. hi. .- ." ' '
..... ...... ,U.".M .:""."' .
." I"-"'""' -"'V He ic i
gate. (he officer, iclu,li,1(t
- , '""'"k r
; . e.i,.Kmpl,er and reptewntatives of .
iim i'ivbh, .nr. i nsiin.an kim., u.i. f...
I ', VT '"r 'omiuiitee. on
crcleu.ini.. pr,H-e,lre. and r,-elutio.,..
'with o,i 'ciiir.,i.,.v " ,....,
coimii.ttee roeuti for the rounuitte,
ELECTED LAST NIGHT
City Public Schools Are Now
In Readiness For Years
At a meeting of the school board held
last eVeililirr thrna t..n'liiru mire fli'i'l-
ed, upon the recommendation of Hu-
lieruuenuent r.uiott. u. i . itarr, oi
DtlltflU fill. tl... n. . 4P..:..:..r. .1 ....
" 't " UiV UinilUIII II1UIIIIIJJ ui iuir
- ment at a salary of i'M a month; Miss
i.viiiu vuuijiueii nt io, .miss jiuiic
Smith at $115 and Miss Ocie Brown at
$u'5. Mi8B Hmith and Miss Drown will
teach at the Garfield school.
The report of W. I. Stalcy, who had
been employed to nunit the school books
was received and approved. The re-
ni-irt- ui.... ...i.l ...... J.t.Tll
(100 had fiauncil l,.,..,,il. Hi.. 1 ...... i u f
ilrulf nf Ha u 11 i I.
"l uutllll, II III. il. Jim )i nil I ii I ,
Jr., during the past year, and thai the
work and accounts were correct in ev
No action was taken regarding tin
election of a school plivsinan. but thif
matter will be definitely decided at a
meeting to be h'dd Tuesday evening of
All the school buildings have been un
dergoing the usual repairs and prepara
tory work preceding the opening of the
school year and now everything is ii.
readiness for next Monday. Within a
few days, the district boundaries for
each of the schools will be nnnounceil.
A man eivinir th nun nf .Tnim
Sullivan, was arrested this afternoon
and locked up in the city jail on a
enarge or neing intoxicated, lie will bi
eou,'t '""'""" """B
The mercantile department of the
Commercial club will hold its regular
monthly session this ceiling nt the club
rooms. Besides regular routine busi
ness, it is expected that several mat
ters of importance will eome before the
The Arto-Frisco club, tho prize drill
team of the United Artisans, decided at
a meeting last night to give several ex
hibition drills nt. ll.o Nftltil full tiim.
cial drills will be rehearsed the com
ing week. This drill team of the Artis
ans won first nriii in i. i:.:....
drill nt Oakland last, month, in which
the best teums on the I'n.ii;,.
W. A. Decker, of JonliiL Mn i., h.
city visiting his brother-in-law, W. T.
i-iiroiiette. Although Air. Decker lives
in Joplin, ho litis been quite successful
for several veers as n ei-mmr f ;.. :,.
the Itenumont section of Texas. While
making the grund western tour of the
expositions, ne stopped off to investi
gate this country, With n view nf ii...
investments. Today with .Mr. l.iil,M,.t.
ti he will go to Florence to further
inform himself on eeneial o
The COnimiWee of Elkn nnnniiiti
make urrangcincatu for the entertain-
mem. on cms' clay at the state fair
riiursdnv, .Senteiaber .'to. met 1
ening mid perfected plans for a rccen-
rion to he given on that day. They
have the assurance from t 1 ...-. .. ..' i
lodge that l'oitlnad will be well renre-
seated, coining with the famous Klk I
iianu. aii invitntiou will be extended
to Governor Withvcombe t.. ,l..ii.. ....
address at the auditorium in the even -
ng. me Orpheus mule chorus with Dan!1 eounty, suit for atlomey's fees
l.angeuberg director, nnd a chorus m,-' M"'"U by Justice Kaitin, Circuit J ndgc
der the direction of Miss Mmr.. ...m . .McGinn 's .,,.,,, ,i... ... , .
assist with the cwiiiuir nroirinin nt . I, ..
.., . ' "in
Chrlstntomnn nf rn,
. . i - vuuuiiiim. .- 1,1 ui
lillllill out estentne nl'l.i. 1....1OII lasui'llllCC llolicv. i.i.i.iw.., I... I.....:
--..... ...... ..,viii iiiiii
tin re was a tax on some kinds of in-1
t'ustiv iu this citv. lie liml ii 1 1 ;
ng y ru el at Clo uin.m where the rood
. . . ' --- w.vu 1111111-
supervisor rconiiml tlmt I, i i ...I
gravel be heaped up above the sides of '
.... K. ii.i-i in ii una w len C ir stiifi.r.
sous route changed so that he inus; j U1""'e r"kin, judgment of Circuit
pass over s.unu ol' (nr. citv streets ; J "'Ui' Morrow for plaintiff modicficd
continued tu heap up his load of gravel 1 . lv,l,i,"'s for rehearing were denied
Street CouuuisMoner Hudlong arrested'-1" ' Ui"''"inn vs. Oregon Klec
the man who pleaded guilty and w us I ""'i ,!lli,wu.v 'oinpaiiy. appellant, on ap
tmed but Judeu Klein remiit ' I"'"1 ''""I Multnomah county, oni,,;,,,,
tine iu coiisiileii,!,,,., ., .1... .1. . i
,,. ,. v" v mi.-,.nvi nun
v IIIIPIOIC SOU Hli ,iU, ..I I -I . :
ei ""'iiihk orders.
I here is an n .1 i .... .... ... i.:.. .
. . . , . , , - ' iiiih in v iiro-
ii" i ng I lie Hauling of more than a lev.
el lull load of grind as the small rocks l"mril"'.v eompnny vs. Shcppaid, Aitk
drop olf and i i.j Vl the pavement. ,M1 V!l- "."'rkvig, Miirlin vs. Fletcher.
the tenuis cnth
no ....... w ...mi., in me
second annual open Willamette valley
touruauiciit. to b,. !,.., I i,. , i ..
,11111-1, 111111111, ;..,.. ... .1
,, , ...... iu inin eiiv on
tne east I enter j,,. Mn,.M. o .... .
,, !"- ui cenem-'
-,. - r nil. i .,). rjV(, asphalt courts
are mailable for the tournnineiit. nnd
those in chiuge p10mise some fast piny
Had a go,,,l ,,,,-ial time. In the liHI
touiiiaiiieiit, gentlemen's singles were
'.v I- K. lw.liurdson, of Portland
torniei state eh nnpion. Hud Mrs. W
Northi'iip, of lvrtimid, wou the ladies1
"ingles. KiiliaidMin nnd Cnlliihnn. of
li'itlaud. wc,e the winners in the g,..
tlenicn's iluubles, ,d Mrs. W. 1 N,oth
nip ...id W. r. ia,1r, of l.ol,tlmli w
the ladies ni gentlemen 's doubles
The MlnlstcH,, ...,.., .... !
i ., -vw....uu Vl vnJg
weekly ,';' ' " ZZLl
bv takini.' n I. . v n , . . "
.. " ' l.M 1 '. l're
i,'i- iiilT.UIL' Was ,11 l.l In .,r. .. i.. .....
1 i i . . ' . . I'"'
, ' ,,,1U!S S'r A" " inter gen-
' "'"""M'U. AS thin WU8 just
Of H tir.iln.,,.. . -
ehnnt,. w m . . " ' . . . " ' V V " 1 .
presunng ,.,, r
. ., (.i cuuimri, u. .lllll.l- j
calm Hrowa. f j,,,,,,, M(ni)r.
nil: J. C. Spencer, ,,f tlf i( y j
church; J., ,;hini pf , Klra, ,
grcki.it. oi.nl ,'l.urcli; J, K. Stover, of the
t entrnl Coi.gr, eat ,! church: Carl It I
- . ui,- i.i ni.1,,, .ea rnt.rcliiii,, .1 r...,.
:'"''t church; H. E. Stover, of the
VWIIf C,..gr, e.n,nnt church: Cnrl H
k re,byteri o
t.. lis, lev. ef the Friends rliurch- V T
,. l)f ,, ' V1'1)' t T -
ii'iiir, r ( no fust lIirintiMn ir.iv
S Inn.ke. f ,1 . iV. .1 ' ,i . " 1
ii i :....i... . . . 1
e, German church Tha Kev A Wi,
te, i, pr,.Mle It It the L,'Wi'tio'n and
it ; . " 01 "", wtion en,l
SUPREME COURT OPENS
WAY TO CLOSE THE LID
Section of State Law Held'
..... . .
Valid and Circuit Court
Ruling Is Revised
The supreme court upheld the Sunday
i.tiiuiiiir liiiir in l.'iiiriniii tnfliiv hi tin iniin.
inn handed down by Justice Burnett
reversing the ruling of Judge Hubert
G. .Morrow, of the circuit court, and
remanding the case to the circuit for
trial. This was a test case brought
against J.eigh ('. Nichols in which it
wus charged that he "unlawfully kept
1. Ii.lll n i.il.lll. ul.iril o r, ,L ui.1.1 .......lu ....
ii u . .-.tin. iiii-r ..um n.i,-i .in j
Sunday or t tie Lord's Day, contrarv to j
section .io i.oru s iiregon j.aws. J In
case was tried in the justice court in
Kugene and Nichols was convicted. He
appealed to the circuit court and de
murred to the complaint, in the circuit
court the demurrer of the defendant i
was sustained bv JudL'C .Morrow and the :
case dismissed. The state appealed to
the siinrenie court where it was held i
i - -- jiiir ill 1 1 io ivii mc ji'I'.j i hi iaii;ir
, .... !...i.... i i , . ... i r
the demurrer and tho case will be trieii
again in the circuit court of l.une coun
ty. Section 2 1 135 as quoted . by Justice
Burnett in his opinion states that it is
unlawful to keep open any store, shop,
grocery, bowling alley, billiard room,
tippling house or any place of amuse
ment on Sunday except theatres, drug
stores, bakeries, doctor's shops,
butcher simps, undertakers, and livery
stables. The penalty for violating the
provisions of this faw is a fine of
from $5 to $50.
The theatres, bowling alloys nnd bil
linrd rooms have been closed on Sun
day in Kugene for years and last Oc
tober tho Clean City League in that
city nttemptod to close the cigar stores
also on Sunday. The cigar men retaliat
ed by closing nil confectionery stores
and soda fountains in drug stores on
.Sunday and for one week about the
lllllv titnen in Fiinvitia U.n i..
.' 1 - --'"ftMW nmiiu mi, ll-
ness coiuti oe done on Sunday was at
an undertakint? establishment Thin
state of affairs only held for one Sun-
nay anil then it was decided to bring a
test, case to try nut the ei.nutitnti....
ulity of the law.
Justice Burnett in his opinion re
frained from nnv comment on tlw.
stitutionality of 'the lnwand slated that
me supreme court wus passing only on
the rulinir on the demurrer .iw;n
Burnett said tlm f,-i,,,,.,ro f i, i
, -.-.......- UI 11IU lillV
evidently intended to mnke it necessary
mat uu snoulcl nave one day of rest
each week nnd as tlicnt re-a U'nrn n
means of relaxation they were allowed
... .l.n ..... I! .1 . ,
ii win ii-iinn oi tne law. .However, the
other places that might supply a press
ing or immediate need were allowed to
keep open utid a wido latitude of in
terpretation of the law was permitted.
This interpretation was usually in the
hands of the locul police and city gov
ernment and some places were more op
en on Sunday than others.
The other decisions handed down b
the supreme court this morning were as
losie l'ullen, appellant, vs. Citv of
i.ugeiie, aoncaled I i I ,.., .....
isuit involving diumiu.es for n,.i,,i,i ;',,!
ul'"' petition to recall mandate .,,.
m,,,, opinion bv Chief Justice Moore !
I'atrick 11. 1 m,l,, ., i...'.. . ,
!" - lt"'k,'r appealed from' MolVl
..... . , me oi'icimaiii
.1 vs 1 1 -i it Cm 1 v.
S. T. Howard et
Insurance company, appellai ai' c ih d
.. . 1 - ,-, - i ..,1 ,.,1 miMin
,''"kl"' judgment of Circuit Judge Mot
row for plaintiff iiu,iiiri..,l
K. T. Uowuril et l v. ,:: ,
lenn Insurance eomnnnt 11..... ....
"'"!" ''"kson county, suit to re-
" "ii insiiiunce ooluv. 01,1111,1, l,v
bv Chief Justice Mum,, .i :.. v.. ,e
,, , ; ""' ui i.
"OHlira VS. Illlltull turn I'l... 11.1-
. " "i item
of Oregon, nnne nut- I'.,;.... .
. , . ii j i ... ii , 1 1 1 1 1 1 .a
"'"'"'"on vs. Corson, l S. Fidelity
Mysterious "Charlie" !
tlude Police Vigilence1
Sun tv.ii. w... . i i m.
, - .,, , m. vuerc-
iiiluiuts nnd identity of the mysterious 1
"t harlie," companion ef George Nel
son, l.os Angel,., ,i n,,lier ,vho ,;,,. :
mitted suicide after ho,ig ff Inn
judice for sevea iiours. are expected to
be revealed to.lav.
, That "Charlie" is 0 married man
residing ... this city w, the belief f
the police It .,s iu,en i,,.,,.,,,,,) 1Ht
I lun lie visited Nolsna ,,.,,1 William
l.luber, the thud member of the trio
1 1 i , n. i no where
at their rum. in the l!n,.l,.,
before tiie, l'atal , f
..." m ''.';"-v .,,f M'lebeth, ,,r,.t.
,.,r ,u , ,vn w . ,
' Z' JTL T.J,1" l'11'1" ."
; .i. '"ni ot .e son ri
the morgue. Macbeth exoire.l l,.,'M
list ll ,. lit ' '
iLone Bandit Holds Up
More Than Forty Men
T.ennm W..1. ,iU.
;.,. , -I . .-MnKl,..
'" urineii ona, .1 he. I....
I. .. """ epe,l lto ,h
i:w.r,w.!,.m .'-ow M v
",,.., ...g are scour ntf the
ro,,I,". - r - ''"il of the robbery
l i ...... V(
h"I '"'"'P "-eeive.l yet,
. . "".rnitig M t , ,. , !
'i b nne!
f the tm,,M. ,,ut tin,, tu, i. .
., ,h, l,,hei '
... , " 'I lip "t WW
tween 40 and .( men en.ploved at the H
omj. of the ils,..i Lumber coini,v: M
'"',''r-;''''-e. -Wasl... ,t night !
.,-o 1 n, obtuined!M
A .. 1 h" escaped it the! ZZ
HOPS ABE NOMINAL
Samples of 1915 Crop Not
r . n 11 r' i i
Yet Generally Distributed
j Hop picking will be practically all
tinUlicil iii tlm vhi'iIh of til i s district
I this week according to the hop men of
this city and still no prices are
j quoted. The market is in that state
of passivity known as "normal" when
j each side waits for the other to make
I the first move. Few samples have been
passed upon by the brewers as yet and
.1.- ...I 111..,, K. nuliil.liuli.1 ....tit
iii(; jlllll. ll ill lull UD l-,ll ll IIII.-1UI.1 lllilll
the buyers gain some stable idea of
the duality of the pick in this district
However, the present indications
point to a good price this year, if the
i. . i ..i i. l, ........
u- i,u,v l,n taken n n criterion, as the
.(lilies liL tile imp ineu annul iiiu cuuit
v.. i-.lu ' nl i nnii-.niillv wiuirt n
ji,, hrcr viehl than the first, estimate.
-ci... ..,:'. c... ii, 101-:
I'riiin (III 0(111 to i:ilMini) li.nles lint tlm
higher estimates are now being lower-J
cd as the reports come in from yards
where the picking lias been about com
pleted, if tho yield falls very far
short of the estimate it is likely that
it will develop that some of the deal-i
ers have sold short in which event thel
price will likely be forced up iu their'
efforts to cover. i
Last year was a peculiar year in thej
hop business and the trading began
with the harvest and the gamble in
prices continued throughout hop pick-!
ing but this year all parties have beeni
more conservative and it appears to be
a case of "your move'' with both!
j sides. Lack of shipping facilities to!
England is said to be affecting the
market more than anything else. 1
. , j
Hunting Season Reopened j
In Union and Wallowa
Aiding upon information that forest
fire danger was assuming serious pro
portions in Virion and Wallowa coun
ties and that many fires in the dry
forests were due to hunters, the gov
ernor, on September , issued a procla
mation closing the hunting season in
Union nnd Wallowa couties.
Today the goveror has been notified
bv Muster Game Wnrilen Shnpinnlf nr
through his deputies, and by residents
or ine counties atrected, that the
weather condition is now more favor
able and that the danger is practically
past, lie has, therefore, issued another
proclamation revolt HIP the fiirnini, mi.
nnd reopening the hunting season in
the two counties, becoming effective
Collision On Logging
Road Kills One Man
Astoria, Or., Sept, 14. As a result of
a collision between a runaway car load
ed with logs ami a logging' engine at
the camii ol" the Westi Til ( 'nnliitru do
',0'"l"i'iy near llney, one nian is dead
' , 0,'"'''s uro a "ospitul
i r'."' ,is A,ilt0 Wl'',h.
'" i t a .li(,rK0 l hhh
' lv 'V ,V0,' ,nl1"',,', '"'ernnl-
' i. , ! i ...i i
i'1"'1'" l"'"k' nw".v from lte upper
, ... ..linn iiiu-n a jieaviiv
in ',, ''!""e . ,lmvn Sr,,de.
tion hands to do likewise, but they 'did
md heed the warning iu time.
inn nn 11 1 in si 11 tn ti.,i 4i...n
"""'"" was completely
Hartford Post: Haiti has hnd inn
venr ,, ,.l,;..i, , ...
, I " "-"il JlllUlll
potent, and has done it. If for no other
reason than to save it from wasting it-1
self awnv. n iirotent,,,..,!., .,. .....,
. . i , ei niueuc ,
iiiuiiu oe uenencini,
NgwFall Furnishing Goods
Our Men's, Ladies, and Chil
dren s Underwear for Fall anct
v inter are complete. Our
stock of hosiery is , cornplete
and we invite your inspection,
and you cannot find a more
complete stock in the city and
our prices are right.
We make no spludges about
special sales or bargain sales
and other various sales, to
bring in trade. You will al
ways find this store full of
bargains, every day is
- gain aay at this store.
satisfaction guaranteed at
ivaroury Bros. B
The Store fer
115 North Liberty, near State.
, ' i
"Romance of Elaine"
The Honor of The
Featuring Viviun Jiieh
Special Children's Picture
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
"MILESTONES OF LIFE''
Always the Best.
Adults 10c Children 5c
COOPER At the state hospital, Mon
day, September 13, 1015, Joseph Coop
er, at the age of 81.
The body was sent this morning by
Webb & Clough to Hillsboro for biiriul.
V. R. Fuvness, of Los Angeles, is
guest of his sister-in-law, Mrs. A. Dick-'
erson. He will visit here sevoial weeks.-
L. I.emmons, of this city, is seriously
ill at his summer home at New port. '
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
'The Fighting Hope'
With the Noted Star
Laura Hope Crews
Note the last reel of this picture
it Is particularly strong and
Also on the Program
Admission 10c Children 5c
"THE PUPPET CROWN"
Big Vaudeville Bill Sunday.
Our business policy g
all times or your money C