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DURABLE SCHOOL SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
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All Around Town
Dr. Mandolsobn, specialist In fitting
glaaaoi oorrectly. U. H. bank bldg.
Dr. and Mr. MendeUolm and daugh-,
tor, Kuth, will leave tomorrow morning i
ou tlm Oregon I'.loc.tno to upend the ! "
week eud with rolntivoH in Portland. I JamM B' Reynolds, secretary of tho
0 National Kcpublicuu committee, will lie
Dr. Stone'i Drug Btore. tf .H,ll,'"l,un '" ''' 0' Kl,"-tri''
u train, and will remain only until the
Dr. r. H. Thompson and wife andl?,,mMt" li,i,',.ll,Kl, ""H" t r:.'in m.
daw-liter, iiuth. went to Allmnv this ;
morning to attend the wedilinir of Dr.
Thompson ' niutur, Alinx itutb Thump
The regular monthly meeting of the
Burnley m hool board of tho First Moth
oillnt church will meet thin evening.
Officer will be eleeted und pinna de
for tho annual rally clay.
Dr. Stone'i Drug Store.
Mi. 0. K. BpauUllng, Mini Ila
Hpaulding und Mm. Wulter I., Npuuld
ing will returu tomorrow evening from
a two weeks' visit ut tho Sun Fran
E. W. Powers ig now In the east In
tho interests of hln fruit business. Tho
firm of K V. Powers & Hon recently
shipped n cur loud of prunes und logan
berries. Dr. R. T. Melinite, piryslclnn and
iiirgeon, lil t Mnsouiu bldg. I'lione 410,
Report come in today that the bop
picking will I mi finished in the llorst
Ilnis.' ynids tomorrow und that scvmul
other yards In the vicinity of Independ
ence will lie through picking in a day
Dr. Utter, dimtlst, will return from
National Henlal Congress September
VS. Office 414 Salem Hank of Com-
Frank J. Sullivan pleaded guilty to a
charge or ncnig intoxicated polio
cuuii ui is morning hiiii hub given n I
sentence of five davs In the citv W,
Sulliviiu suid he did not drink' much i Wr II. Mr. Trefr. is making a general '
but he rode lu mi auto which made him ! tour of the west and arranging to ad-1
neuslck. idress the lending coin.iicr.ial clubs und 1
o I also to secuu- iiil'urmatioii for the uerl-1
Public ateuoirrauhor at m U. 8. Bunk! cultural dci.artmeut in Wnslilwt.m Al. !
Mdg., Ssl , Oiecon. I'hoiie 4S4. i
Mr. fhilltiift. tlm nuiwlntf iilliiM .i.xi
. .. inn.. . i.iiKi ii n,i nun iti IMI'IIIIICIS HI i
of Dallas, is lu the city today. He isitho club cun attend for nn evening ad-!
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the state agent for the Damon and 1'yth-1
ma mm nun ma uusiness here Is to!
make ariHiigcniciits, if possible, for Its!
presentation hern umc time tins fall j
ul one of the local theatres. Ho will
leave for Alluiny this evening. j
Public stenographer at 20. U. 8. Bank
Uldg., Salem, Or, I'lioiio 4M. Sepf.'l
i-MH KKNT-- llouseliccpiiig rooms. 3;ill
The contract for tn tlu and sheet
metal work on the Koth groceiy biiild
lug, now iu the course of erection on
Liberty street, has been awarded to F.
11. Herger. This contract iin lii.li s the
roof, galvunincd iron cornice and mar
ipiiae. S. A. Hughes, who has the eon
tract for the brick work, has his men
on tlm work today and all the Wink is
now comiilctcl to' the first finer, which
la being laid today.
your rbild to SLK WmiijVT KIToHT, bv having us 'pitKilbe
(ilawiea will be augmented ONLY if needed.
Miss A. McCulloch, Optometrist
208-209 Hubbard Bid. Thene 109
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Sale of Iron-Clad
pr. for 35c
The Hosiery Department is a
very busy one scores of
mothers are putting in a sup
ply for future use. These
stockings are well known for
their splendid wearing quality
strong ribbed weave for
boys and girls. Attend this
sale before these sizes you
want are sold out. This week
2 pairs for 35c.
MIks Ora Constable, a graduate of the
11)1 1 class of lift! Halem high aehool, will
leave In a few day to enter the Ore-
Kon Agricultural college. Khe will tnkc
"I" apec.mi amines in iinmcstic soici
ut" , r"ur "'"'onine und romineiit
republicans, us well ns uther citizens,
will bo ut the train to welcome the
0. E. Freytag, who came from Ban
Francisco to assist in the agricultural
I" , j 1 1 , . .. . " in-pn m 1 1 iiiuiit mi- ni-nrill NIK" I'l ICC lu
display of tho state tuir, and who was,,!,,, miml,r ,)f bu the
in Alluiny yestoiuiiy, announces tlml 1 market. Their opinion Is that the prcs-
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..... . y win ,c represented witn
reditablo agricultural und horlicl-
t ii nil exhibit.
...in ilium nun ilfl-llicil
ycBtenlay in a conferoi nt Albany
with County Judgo McKnight ami the
Albany Commercial club.
Taking a little nap while on the Job,
especially It' the job happens to bo driv
ing lin automobile, is risky business.
This much was discovered late last ev
ening when three young men were re-1
tin ning I rum .Mount Angel, where they
had been furnishing iuumo fur a dunce.
While on (In. way houie near the fair
grounds, the driver lapsed Into a mo
ment's unciinscloiisiicss, resulting in the
auto colliding with a telephone pole.
Fortunately, no one was injured.
Provincial officer, lileut, Colonel T.
i i "'''V''"on Army, with .
I ' J!""" """". " city he,, librarian; Corn Miller and Mrs.
I Z T ; ' """,iU" i'"'1,"- ""V"1"1 ,:Hlh- 'it: Mi Florence
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u ,;;",!t " . u''rk '';
l''"l'latcd. ilr. Scott lull leave this
evening to con inue Ins inspection of
he Salvation bairacks i the valley
Edw. Trefi, field areut of the U. 8. '
I department of imrlculture will mlilresJ
the Coininercliil club ut noon ,m X.,v..i..
though Mr. Tref has asked fur 11 meet
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ing ut noon of November ,, this mav
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The wedding of Malcolm S. Rump, of'
Marion county, and Miss Nellie A. Hob-
erts, of this 'city, soleiuniyed this'
afternoon at the parsonage of the Find
Methodist church, the Key. Kichard N
Avison officiating. The witnesses were
Miss IVnil tienrge and L. A. .lones.
The bride is a sister of I'rof. Thomns S,
Huberts, organist tit the
Patrolmau Robert Nicholson returned! lHli,,, to a successful year for the acini
to wmk today after a short hunting ''"'J'-
trip to the hpadivnters of Salmon river. I 0
In the party were Frank Mapes, llurrv I M XorT of the early bird catch-
Doe and tins Cole with Mr. Nicholson ' ht kl,,p. WM enacted again in this
who acted as guide for the party andi1'''' night according to a story
set them might when they got tin the ''"'' ti'liee this inorning by Hy
wrung unii. 1 nev hUUil one tieer while
on their trip.
Js a com mon
Myopia means "Near Sighted.
ues" Hint is rhailietcrlred by the
child holding hit boiika done to bis
evea, nr peering closely at the
blackboard atialiilug the eye to
I-el the opening of this i hool
vcar mark the time when von si. I.!
DAILY CAPITAL JOU RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WF.nTfESIUY. SEPT. 15. 1915.
A New Arrow Collar
The new. Fall Collar for
Dressy Men is here, ready
for your inspection: a collar,
entirely different from the
ordinary styles. Let us show
it to you 2 for 25c.
Excellent showing of New
Togs for Men and Young
Men Fall Shirts Fall Hats
Fall Neckwear Fall Un
derwear. Prices lower than
you'll find elsewhere, quality
A goneral meeting of the 104 teachers
in tlic Halem fiublic schools will be held
next Haturduy morning lit the )i i (4 li
school auditorium. At tin meeting, nr
rungements will lie mnde for the depart
meiilnl und building meetings which
will be held ill the lit tnrnoons,
oaiem win nave ai jeasi one welcome
arch. ThiH much was decided when the
Civie. d'iirtineiit of the Commercial
chili allowed enough money for the
construction of an nreh, with a (10-foot
spun. It will bo lined for the firnt time
iliit-nwr tlm utnlit ftiir (mil will io nviietnil
jn l0 business section of the city. The
specifications have been drawn by
Architect . A. I.cgg. The arch will
have the wording, "Welcome, Htiito
Cftover seed U now quoted on the Sa
lem, market ut from i:l to 15 cents n
pound. This is three cents higher than
offered at this time just one year ago,
although the crop is much larger than
that harvested in 1014. Buyers who
are familiar with the clover seed busi
ness attribute the present high price to
put t i, price will be maintained only
L Bg tho ,,,,,.,. buv(,r8 wjj,
return u Hi n i. mm. .
Among hop men who are willing to
take conditions ns they really are, there
Is a disposition to estimate tho crop
this year on nn average or :I5 per cent
of a crop. While a few yards have been
fortunate and yielded a full crop, the
general averngo is little over one-third
This is tho conservative estimate of
men who have been in the business for
the last ten or fifteen years.
At a meeting hold this week, officers
of the Leslie M. K. Sunday school were
elected an follows: Joseph Harbor, su
perintendent; Mason Hishop and Miss
Florence Miller, first and second assist-
nut superintendents; John 1'lrich, secre
tary; tiny Hois, treasurer; V.uire. o Hnr
'""'is. ill rs. .Mason ItiBlmp wB c .cted
superintendent of the primary depart-
,,. A Plmieo was appointed to
nrrange for rallv dnv, when all the Sun-
(,ay schools i the eit'y will liolil spei1 al
. eBa .r B".11(let tendered
lT" "'" m(,"1.ll',rs of tse I.nnd tl runt con-
K u' ,7",' Wl" V1,""8 ''i,v ,,,il
, ' ,' "'"""'"'"i' ,'l'1' l arranging
'"V" ,K , U"":U" ''"r'"H
",0""', l''lode of course, the famous
",'KU"r.r-v "mnufiicturcd iu this
the Salem Woman's club. Mrs
F. A. Klliott, president, wiil eo iiperate
with the Commercial club iiml nl..
, , e . er n .
, K, l,ffl""1' 1 Woman 'a club
Will lltso lirriiiur.i In 1hia u..t.....l
will also arrange to have several vnmur
ladies serve the lunch.
Under the direction of Buresa Totd,
tho academy of the Willamette univer
sity is taking on new life and will new
le ne an important adjunct to the in
situation. The students are routing in
and registering iu numbers greatly iu
excess of lust year. In the latin eo'inse
"lone, ns many have registered fur the
first year as were in all the classes of
the university a year ami. Kvervthiiie
'"" ,M,"K. jooug mini in i ratitrec
Hoag said he returned from liiilcoentl-'
race, where he had been working in n
jmiey nisi ingot ami lell lu with one
of In fellow passenger who gave the
niiuie of U. Heueii. The two went tn u 1
rooming house and rented a room but
thia morning Hencn arose before Heag'
was awake. When Hong awoke he found
Hencn gone nod also in cash which!
belonged to Hoag was missing, llcmn'
told Kong he was going to Portland tu 1
tiny but the police are. inclined to!
think the story a blind.
I Superintendent Klliott wlshe to em
! phiisme the fact that next Monday
i morning, all pupil will assemble at the
, same room and building (list they were
I in at the close of nchool ls ,lnnt, the
exception only being the seventh grade
pupil ia the elementary cholt, who
shall assemble In the junior high school
situated in the districts in which they
live. The three Junior high schools are
Walilngtoii, l.iacola and vlrant,
mil iuiui uuuilw
t Mercury Stood At 80 Degrees
At 8 o'Clock This Morn
t'n.l,n....n C!..l IS Vlf YorlC
City broiled at 80 degrees at u clock
while Wyoming shivered :it 2S, the
II 1 . . I x
weamer oorcail announcen iuu.i.
Tli. W.,. . . ..... ...... irnra rH-
j nr iiiiii-ni i mil jit-mi m . s .. . .
corded in the Ohio valley and in the
eastern and southern states. On the
other hand. Oin-.r;,-;uHiiim vullcv. the
lake region and the plains .".talcs were
The Rocky mountain region showed
the bnvest ficnirpa nJ ( 'liii-atzu had
some relief from the general sweltering
heat wave as the result of cool winds
otr the lakes.
Th ivnutlm. ..... n ...n.i;..l..,t tl.ff Yen'
England, New York and the up;ier Ohio
valley would have cooler wca there to
In this city at. 8 o'clnrk, the mercury
tr.-ielipil 74 u.kil Ik. l.,i.i.ltv reiifneil
the insufferable maik of !1, and was
still rising. There were no sij.'ns ot
T.oiif ntnl.l n..O.l..t., In ll.. l
, --"v uiguv, jai tJ(J uiui i.r in .....
side where the masses of the poor dwell,
tliiniy clad persons sought relict on lire
escapes, roots and congested smewaiKs.
Hut to mid to their misery, thev were
plagued by misquitota.
Three dead and many prnstmtcl
stdjil early toduy as the heat toll.
Kfl Vnllaf Tn Slnhl-
V HUI1V1 AM WlllVl
Washington, Sept. IS. The weather
itiuii proiiiiseii no rencr rouav ior
thousands suffering from an unpreced
ented heat wave in the eastern stales,
though he predicted lower temperatures
for the middle wst. and th (ireiit Lakes
Those in charge of the second annual
open Willamette valley tennis tourna
ment, which will be add in this city
the last three days of next week, arc
much cueouruged by the interest that is
being taken, not only by the local play
ers, but by those iu the valley who
are interested in the game. Four troph
ies will be offered, the men' cham
pionship of the Willamette valley, lad
ies oiiumpionsliip, men's doubles, und
Indies' and men's doubles. Kntries must
bo received by Wednesday evening,
copieniiior za, accompanied liy a fee of
$1 for each pluyer iu each event. Haul
Wallace ia committee chairman.
The Oruheua Male chorus has
club rooms in the lluhbard building and
today is installing furniture and fix-
luii-s to inane it one or tno nomc-likc
club rooms of tho city, The next public
appearance of tho churns will be at the
state fair when they will sing Thursday
evening, September for the Klks.
Although the Orpheus Malo chorus has
been organized but a few months, it is
now rocognir.ed as one of Salem's lead
inb musical organizations ami has been
asked to appear in concert this winter
at Dallas, AlcMiunvillo, Independence
mid other vnllev inwns I).... I
berg is director, ana A. L. Wallace.
The Salem Poultry and Egg Circle, es-
taliliBlied under tho direction of the
Oregon Agricultural college, is L'rndunl-
ly extending its circle of customers and
becoming an important ndiunct in the
disposing of eggs iu this immediate
section. Hub week the Circle is disnos
ing of its eggs at ilu and .11 cents, all
shipped to I'ortlaml and other markets
by the manager, Slierrill Fleming, Oth
er egg circles will doubtless be estab
lished this fall bv tho O. A. C. and
to fully explain its methods of working
the circle has secured a booth nt I
state fair, where Mr. Fleniinir. assist
ed by nn expert fn.m tho O. A. ('., will
explain I in- workings of the circle, how
tkose iu tl ist are bundled, and the
advantiigcs to the poultry men here of
The east Is east, and the west is west
and the folks nut ,-st do things a
little different limn the folks buck
east. One would hardly expect the e
ployes ut any spi -inl industry back
east to celcliiate t ie close of the work
ing season b a inllification in the fur
tory iu which tl.ey hud worketl fur sev
eral months. Y.-t h.st evening, the l!nt
employe of the Hunt Hros. company,
assisted by tin iger, Win. (I. Allen
celebruted the closing of the canning
seitsnn dv giving a ihuice und purtv, fill
IV .100 being present. The young Indies
oeconnci tn,. im-e lmcking room, the
young men draped tinnners, and the
large room was made into a comfortable
dancing hall. MllM. wu furnished bv
a piano mill or, In st a, and refreshments
served. It was t:. Oregon spirit of
K'nm win inwards nt and an apprecia
tion by the Hun employe of the spirit
of fairness and curtesy of the firm
muter the management of Mr. Allen.
A model fruit evaporator, one that U
ntiraiting much attention hi different
parts uf the state. ui been constructed
bv Fred A. M. li.nre of this citv. A
I'"'"! has r n'lv been just rnmjiloted
by Mr. Mrlnty-e t',,r the Indiana Or-
chant company st vssn, Ore., nt a cost
of cLm to Ll.iioi) T,e fruit growers
in that part t.f tl.c state ate becoming
interested in the c nporation idea, ns
encn inere is iu imket for the fresh
tiuit. This evaporation plant t Nyssn
is one of the best tu the Snake river
countiy and is cipiiopod with the Inlest
machinery f,,r handling the fruit fiom
the time it is bro.ieht to the drier to
the time it is pa, ked, ready for the
market. It hns a tapnclty of one ton
per hour. As there ' hundred, uf
bushels of peaches in. that part of the
rummy last went to Waste, the growers
are now mure Inclined to become in
terested in the new rfcrs. There i a
general reeling that wherever fruit
market is not s,ri, an evaporator
woiini ie a profitable investment.
HEAT CLOSLU SCHOOLS
Poston, Mas.. Sept. I.V Fxtreme
ht rauseil public school here to be
closed today. Thi mi the first lm in
Boston' history that thi has occurred.
i! m mnnin
TAKES HEART 01
Report Reaches Wall Street
That Administration Will
Washington, Sept. Assur-
ances that the administration
k considers .the propined Ameri-
can" billion" dollar' loan or credit
for the allies within the limits
of neutrality, anil will not inter
fere, came unofficially today
from the White House.
New York, Sept. lo "Big business"
took heart tirlay at unofficial word
that tho Whito House would not inter
fere with the proposed billion dollar
loan to the allies on the ground of vio
lation nf neutrality.
Tho chief point now in' the negotia
tions is the attitude toward llennnn
AuiericHii bankers, or institutions with
(lormaii connections. There appeared
today to be a good chance that the
big Teutonic houses wrmld be invited to
participate in the loan negotiation.
Thero appeared to be a growing feel
ing among these houses that they ought
to be invited, because, as some pointed
out, they are primarily interested in
improvement of American business re
gardless ttf any sympathy they may feel
for the fatherland.
Inasmuch as the loan is designed
chiefly ns a credit for huge purchases of
wheat and meat, it was regarded as
strictly a means of bettering American
business, without, nt the same time aid
ing tho allies from a military stand
the nliied commissioners continued
to be under guard, and to keep their
movements secret, ns a result of threats
apparently from "craiilis" tn do them
Prospect for consummating the loan
seemed blighter today.
J no tinancial community had beenn
to fear thero were insurmountable dif
ficulties. Today optimism was on the
upgrade. The word from Washington,
,uiiin u wiiu il grieving oeuer inni uer-
mnny will make no formal objection,
in view of the fact that she herself has
borrowed in this market, led big bank-
rs 10 ieei mat tliu allies nronosa will
1 ha proposition at loiinine without
other collateral than allied bonds is
Simultaneously, it was announced
Innt citizens whose names were not giv
en, had telegraphed protests against the
loan. One Michigan resident predicted
a panic if the people's money were
loaned to the allies without security
other than allied notes.
It was understood the administration
regards the loan' as merely n necessary
detail in transactions where the allies
urn purchasing supplies in America.
In this connection, it was pointed
out. that the credit will be used large
ly iu meeting debts already incurred in
America, and that the allies do not pro
pose to use the money outside of this
The adiniaistnition, it was reported,
sees no difference between the billion
dollar allied proposal, ar'd the fin 1)1)1) .
"Wl obtained here on (Icriuan securities
recently except in size.
Hughes Is First Choice
of Oregon Republicans
I'ortland, Or.. Sept. I.". Tl.at Justice
1 ''"''ICS I-.. Hughes is the first choice
ol the republican voters of Oregon for
the presnlentiiil nomination is indicated
bv data received today bv Kdward I),
ialdwin, secretary f the states repub
lican committee. Hdpiest was imiile of
party evecuiive officers in ea. h i niutv
to give their judgment ns to preference
ot the 111 11 U and file of the purtv the
intormation to be turned over to Sec
retary .lames 11. Reynolds of the re
publican national cniti mi ttiin 1.
, . . " ' lin e. ,
liephes gave Hughes a percentage of!
' tie- first place, witn Senator Um-ah
ol Idaho popular second choice. j
SELL PORTLAND REALTY. i
I'ortlnnd. Or., Se,,,. n.- rjtv Auditor1
llnrbnr is preparing ndierliM-iuenls to
day or th" ,, 0 property against!
which there are bens f,.r street im
provement, following action bv th"!
city ecnncil t fore,. delintnienV prop
erly owner to pay assessments DL,,J
gating .)(MI,()W), " 1 '
If there are no private hovers when I
lie properly , ffere. for sale, the
city tdaos to finnn...tl ..1 . ...
1 , '" l "" I'nsc HSCIl
b appropriating money from the gener
al Intnl. 'I hi drastic action was de
enle.l upon a, the 01, Iv alten.'atiie to
protect the city's bond credit
Abtait on,, hundred thousand lts are
at tec ted by the plan.
AVIATOR BARIN INJURED
lioscburg, Ore. Sept. 13.- .. f H,,,..
in, the aviator, win, wus scheduled to
-mi iinien aeroplane flights dur
ing the Douglas county fair here be-'
ginning t,,,lv, ,,,,. hrWli nm
his mnch.n,. t,,ly wrecked when he
Ml to the ground while milking a trial
''l" " J1' "r'""K- TDs engine stopped,
while he was about AO feet in the nir'
and the aeroplane plKed headon t 1
the ground. 1
Harm ' injuries are not serious,
Thu 1 no doubt about there being
plenty of money iu the ,,.ntiv
iinlly among the fnrmeis. At the auc
tion held ycstcnlny mile and a half
.outhwest of Tinner by 1 Drnbaugh
seven head of htir. it 1.. L .
. 11 1 1 11-, 11 line s
and various farm implement were sold
... r,n.i. ut Auctioneer W. y
right. Mr. lrbugh dispod of hi.
holding 111 order that he might have
for hi claim near rhilomath.
Charleston N'ew and Courier: Now
that Crugnay hj, ,;ree,l tn help
clean tin Mexicn w.k .... 1 '
lfr foiiuidable. 1 j
A Car of Split Oak Cheap
If Contracted for At Once
Don't be misled by large; alluring advertise
ments. You can buy a good guaranteed Piano
cheaper from this firm than any other. Be con
vinced before turning loose your cash. A call
will do this at he Howard Piano House. For
the first time in history we are going to give
away records with the purchase of a Victrola.
Howard Piano House
421 Court Street.
Fancy King Apples
11 pounds 25c
Fall Butter Fears
13 pounds : 25c
Home Grown Tomatoes
Box .'. 65c
. Basket 10c
Gold Dollar Potatoes
Sack inn lbs 95c
20 pounds 25c
161 North High Street Grocery Phone 830; Meat Phase 840
She Held Him Up
just after lie had left his wife for a journey and told him she loved
him. She was "The Other Woman" in the great Tbanhouser play of
Milestones of Life
Featuring Mignon Anderson supported by Louis Huttcr an. I a com
pany of distinguished players and produced with elaborate scenic effects
This great emotional drama tells, in a succession of marvelous scenes,
the life story of a man and a woman from the Springtime of their
youth to the Winter of old age. Full of teaiB and laughter. A picture
that will "get you."
A Mutual Mustorpicture iu four acts.
Also a Good Comedy
Li QlJ TOMORROW, FRIDAY AND SATUBDAT
Where You see the best pictures that have never teen in Salem before.
Night Raiders Make
Night Hideous For Band
of Unprotected "Frosh"
With muffled tread and quiet whis
perings a picked body of hophomores
of Willamette university crept upon a
group of unsuspecting "rooks' 'at
Waller hall last night. After a short
struggle the "frosh" were subdued and
rushed out of town. One of the raptur
ed asked for the privilege (,f notifying
the people of the house where he "was
working that he would not be in until
Into. This was granted, and while so
doing he phoned to a number of fresh
men to come to the rescue, tirent
was the surprise of the sophs when they
were met by a bunch of new opponents,
but nothing daunted they took them
along, and a matcher on could have
seen a six-passenger car speeding
down the street with fifteen passengers.
The captive frosh were taken to near
by towns and villages, where after re
ceiving instruction from their hated
opponents they were told thev might
i.n. -n in ao'in. line bright fresh
man found himself within a mile of
Woodhurn, so he walked to the depot
''""t-'lit a night freight for Salem
" , T P f f
MaanniA T t mAAnu
Ibptomoe de I'Aeiidcmie ,lo
will Kive lessons i French
iiramniar and Conversation Hf
her home, n.m North Lit),
street, Salem, Ore.
Forced to Sell
PhcoC YP?rff 1 VaS Vhe onl' W out of a tight
do?-nn Vi atG en0l!gh t0 be the Highest Bid
thirSaWr?0ni r ?U tkree magnificent Lots
TniPr feoday afteraoon at 5:15.
lX Stlet Superior,
GEORGE H. PAUL, Owner
Market Place' I
Canon Ball Watermelons, lb. li4c
Sweet Onions, 20 lbs 25c
Sweet Potatoes, t! lbs 25c
Small Walnuts, 2 lbs 25c
Pink Beans, i) lbs 50c
Fancy .lap. Piiec, 9 lbs 50c
New Dill Pickles, dozen 15c
New Sour Pickles, pint 15c
New Sweet Pickles, pine 20c
Green Olives (large size) pt. 20c
Ripe Olives, pint 15c
Pure Powdered Lye
Case,- 4 dz. $3.00
1 dozen 90c
3 cans 25c-
BAY RUM FOR
Do you know that ordinary buy rum
is of grout value in treating hair and
scalp disorders! But the bay rum ii!"""
should never be applied to the hair or
scalp. If you want to get rid of dni'd
ruff, stop falling huir,' stimulate hair
growth, beautify the hair and make the
scalp feel good, undoubtedly the besl
thing to use is a mixture of six ounces
of bay rum, two ounces of lavonii ib'
eomposco, nml one-half drnchni of men
thol cystul. .You can buy there in
gredients at any drug store and mix
them yourself at home or the druggi'1
will mix them for you. If you like, add
a tenspoonful of your favorite perfume.
The bay ruin is a fino scalp cleaner and
the other ingredients make this mixture
remarkably good to destroy dandruff,
stimulate the hnir growth, etc. Apply
night and morning and rub well into
the scalp with tho finger tip.
When In SALEM, OREGON, stop
Free and Private Baths
BATES 75e, $1.00, $1.50 PEE DAY
The only hotel in the businesi district.
Nearett to all Depots, Theatres and
A Home Away from Home
T. O. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones, Free Auto Bus.