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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1915,
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P. T. BARNUM, THE CIRCUS KING, ONCE SAID, "THE PUBLIC WANT TO
BE FOOLED." THAT MAY BE TRUE AS REGARDS A CIRCUS, BUT WITH
MERCHANDISING THE OPPOSITE IS TRUE FOR IN BUSINESS THE PUBLIC
DEMANDS ABSOLUTE FAIR PLAY AND A SQUARE DEAL TRUE, TRUTHFUL
ADVERTISING, CLEAN, BRIEF AND TO THE POINT WILL HELP, PUBLICITY
IS A NECESSITY IN ORDER TO BUILD A BUSINESS BUT MORE IMPORTANT
FACTORS ARE QUALITIES AND RIGHT PRICES FOR
After AH It's Prices That Count
LADIES and MISSES COATS MILLINERY I SUITS AND DRESSES
Ladies $10 and $12 heavy belted back Big assortment velvet shapes, large or Ladies' $88, $20 and $25 tailored suits,
Coats, sale today small, choice, today serges, twills and Scotch Tweeds,
on sale at
ft90 , 98c $7.99 to $12.90
Ladi69' ZtLZT'1' ""SSwta"1 Ladies' one piece dre.es of serges and
oTvrtL today $5, today messaUne ail, regular $7.50 and
$4.50 'W $3.90
Misses and Children's Coats, heavy Genuine siBc velvet shapos, black and
wool Coats for Winter, regular combination colors, turbans, Ladies' $10 and $12.50 Suits Stripes,
$3.50 to $8.00 values , sailors, etc. Shepherd Checks, etc.
$1.98 and $3.45 $1.48 $6.90
id it $
Italy Has Many Dogs In Active
Service Performing Im
Wool Nap Blankets
Full 12-4 double Blankets sold
elsewhere at $3. It's a fact. Tou
can buy them here for
68-inch Bleached Table Linen,
floral designs. You'll pay 65c for
It elsewhere. Save 25o a yard
We hav It.
Extra heavy .Australian Wool
Shirts and Drawers sold the world
over at $1.50 the garment. -Save
50c, our price
By buying outltjgs, ginghams, per
cales, ducks, draperies, galateas,
inuslins and sheetings you save,
per yard, 3c, 4c and
And Suits, our $10 and $12 num
bers are good values at regular
price. Sale price
Heavy Buffneck Wool Sweaters
sold regular at $3.50. See for
yourself. Save almost half by
buying them here for
Heavy Wool Mackinaws, regular
' $8.50 to $10. We bought them at
prices and can save you from $2
to $3.50 by selling them at
Ladies' House Dresses and Kl
monas, regular $1.26 to $1.75.
Save 50c j,o 75c by buying here
now at 69c and
$3.50, $1 and $5 school suits, ages
5 to 15 years. Sale prices mean a
saving as our prices are
$1.98, $2.35, $3.48
Ladies' and Child's Shoes
Regular $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00
dross and school Shoes priced for
rapid selling at $1.18, $1.35 and
(United Press IStnff Cm-respondent.)
Koine. Aug. 22. (By mail. Reno is
a real dog of war not one of those
symliolieiil dies of wnr which tvnifv
I the destructive onslaught of conflicting
enemies, yet Reno has done some pretty
strenuous work against the enemy anil
a result he is wearilig a medal 'about
j his neek suspeuded by a tri color rib-
Keno saved his master, l.ieutenim't
, in a hand-to-hand eombiit in Ca-
dure. In consequence lie is the pet of
Italy's dogs are playing an important
part in the fierce struggle which ia go
ing on ar ine irontier. Austria has mo
bilized iier canine soldiers with great i
success ar.'d todny when dog meets dogs
in those mountainous confines of Italy's
old provinces there are conflicts which
would make dog history for nil time. !
The Italian war dogs are largely i
mastiffs. Keno is a big white "molon-l
so" (mastiff) and is typical of nil'
these faithful four-footed soldiers. The
uujjs are uimen nose, uniensneu iroin
the trenclies and go forth scouting,
beating about iu the brush and woods
scenting the enemy's npproaeh. When
it happens that they run afoul of Aus
trian dog scouts, doing similar duty,
there is warfare of the wildest kind.
Fierce and bloody it lasts till one of
them has given his life for his country.
The Italian war docs are nerfeetiv
I trained. They follow the columns on
the march, When a conflict occurs the
dogs become half mad witii ferocity,
nnyiiig aim jumping and leaping as
thuigh they would tear the eneinv tu
Keno, following the column one dnv
beside his beloved muster, saw a hand-
to-linnd fombnt between the Italian of
ficer and nn Austrian. The officer was
struggling brnvely but it was due to
Keno that he was saved. Leaping at
ttto Austrian s throat the mnstitf drng-
ged him to the ground piercing his jug
jular vein with his sharp teeth.
I From that dny on Reno lias' never
:left his lieutenant. Ho sleeps with him,
and eats mess with him. When he Is
not in service lie plays with the sol
diers, deporting himself as any dog
would who did not have a great world
destiny hanging over his head.
The war dogs beside scout duty and
actual fighting are of especial use In
the Italian eHinpaigning for they enrry
flusks about their necks and "in the
mountain passes are first aid to many
an in. urea Alpine soldier,
Every man ought to
have at least two or
three good suits they
last longer, look better
and you always look
We can give you some
splendid values at
$12 and $15
Let Us Show You to
The House That Guar
antees Every Purchase.
Corner State & Liberty
Ladies' Daisy Flannel gowns, all
sizes, sold everywhere at $1.50.
You can save 50c aa our sale
Curlcule, Plush and . Velvet Cord
Coats up to $4 and $4.50, bought
at 60c on the dollar. Sale prices
$1.98 and .
All Waists and Middy Blouses re
duced about one-half. $1 and
$1.25 Waists; $1.25 and $1.50
Middy Blouses 49c and
One case full size crochet spreads
sold! regular at $1.29. Save 50c
apiece. The sale price is
Blankets of every size, weight
and price. Double Blankets from
$1.00 to $2.50 the pair.
68c and $1.65
Compare Our Prices
and Be Convinced
The Greater Chicago Store
By Buying Now
SALE COMMENCES AT 9 A. M.
GET READY FOR SCHOOL
either long or
Strictly up to the
minute Suits with
20 per cent less
Girls' and Children's Coats
207 Less Saturday Only.
Relegates To Irrigation J
Congress On Excursions
Janet Beecher the Bolasco Star, Ap
pears at the Oregon Today.
Fresno, Oil., Sept. 1(1. Delegates to) Kugcne Walter's stngo play "Fine
the International Irrigation Congressi Feat hern," Iuih been dune in film form
spent today in making excursions to , mid is being released My World film
points of interest ndjlieent to Fresno; j Corporation. Tlio author mudo a success
and were much impressed with tlio;0f t lio original piece, which was one
methods and results of profitable irri- i 0f H,viral popular dramatic works, viz:
gntion around here. ;"Paid in Full," "The Easiest Way,"
Tonight a meeting will bo held at uj . . Tlio Wolf."
which eminent irrigation experts will! .rnne't Hccchcr is the cciitriil figure of
apeak. In tne moi ning a special train .).., f.im )., Mic plnvs the pint oflolitnn
will carry ncicKiiu-n i i nmrui. i young
A resolution advocating ine csiuiinnii- ... i ...
merit of a national marketing commis
sion' was proposed in tho congress yes
terday by S. Glen Andrus, secretary
inuimger of the Sacramento chamber of
I commerce. l)elegutcs are asked to sup
port a bill nw before congress which
; would provide for a commission of
: twenty-iiin'a meiiibcis. to be appointed
'by the president, to work tor improvc
Inient of marketing conditions tlirutigh
out the country.
Greatest "Touch" In
History May Be Made
(Continued from rago One.)
i . . .
woman WHO is (iisconiemeu
lot in life; yearns fur fine
Men's Engineer and Fire
men's black and tan Hose
3 Pr. for 25c
Ribbons for the Girls and Misses hair ')0c
and 35c Ribbon 19c
Barber Towels 3c each, Saturday Only.
All Standard Colors
See Our Guaranteed Hose
for Children at
15c and 18c
if ' ' "V'',i v
I'rescior.i Alichele who recovered Jiis
speech and hearing through tile iov of
seeing his lieutenant aguin, and Stint
Ultimo S(iiilliii'ciotti, Neapolitan, who
regained his speech through hearing n
iKi-tuine of I'hopiiiH, offer two inci
ileutH among the intiiiy strange emotion
al happenings recorded in Italy's war
Thfl Hiilinn temperament seems to be
giving dully proof of its actuality.
t'reseioni, infantryman, was not actu
ally wounded but was thrown to the
ground II nd shockeil by a shell burstig
cur tj j in. lie lost his marini; mid
speech and vns laken tu the hospital lit
'l. ....... All 1 . ' . i
luiiiiiiu. jh iiiiowii means jiroveii
fruit less to restore him to his normal
condition. One day it was learned that
his lieutenant luul been brought to the
hospital. Thinking to give him pleasure
tile iiifiin'tiyinnn was taken to tiie iiffi
cer with whom he hud shared the joys
mid sorrows of warfare. The two thretv
themselves in each others arms over
come by emotion. Releasing himself,
bin face beaming but covered with
tenrs, the unfortunate soldier heifan to
mn.e his lips. Wit'i a supreme effort
iie forced stini.go iiniiatiiral sounds
from his lips. Hut next dny he regained
ins speech and hearing.
The case, one of the strangest re
corded tit the Toronto hospital, is reg
istered as having been a cure duo to
Tho case of Corporal Kipiillnociutti
bears out. the well known theurv of
the cuiativo power of music. The Neon-
liKo nil lus race is a lover of
music. In violent combat ho became
suddenly mute. Taken to the iimpilnl
or .Modcnii lie tailed to respond to
treatment. One evening a doctor
Knowing or (he corporal s passionntn
love lor music liegan playing a ( liiipin
ii i T u i tie on the hospital piimo.
The soldier after tho doctor luul
played the music tor several minutes
suddenly began to tremble. Then lie
sprung to his feet crying " llnico nn'-
A SIMPLE WAY TO sk
There is one way Hint, has never
fnibil to remove dandruff at once, iiml
that is to dissolve it, then you destroy
it. entirely. To o this, just get about
four ounces of plain, eoiiiinini liipiiil
iiivon from any drug store (this is all
you will need), apply it at night when
retiring; use enough to moisten the
scalp mid rub it iu gently with the
Ity morning, must If not all, of your
ilundpiff will be gone, iiml three or four
more applications will completely di.-i
solve and entirely destroy every singlo
sign and trace of it, iki mutter how
much dandruff you may have.
Von will find all itching and digging
of the scalp will stop instantly, and
your huir will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy,
Milky mid soft, and look and feel a
hundred times better.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Jasper N. Hliaife el in to (Iuih. K.
Spniibling Logging Co., lot 1, block HI,
T. II. Kay et ux to .f. P. lingers, lots
111, ':!., L'it, lit, Hen l.i Hid Park, Haleiii.
The (iermaii American Investment
Co. to .1. V. Rogers, lot A, J, 2, II, 4, 0,
(I, 7, s, II, II), II, 12, I I, 15, HI, 17,
ik, in, no, 2d, il, -:h, lilt, III), 4il, 41,
4.1, 4H, 47, 4M, 4, 511, "l, Den 1iiiioimI
Park; also parcels II, (', O, K, F, I, J,
and K, Hen Ijimoiid i'lirk, ISiiluiu.
HERE'S NEW VIGOR FOR
ore iiml been affected.
TRY SALEM FIRST
ALm eommtitetAL CLum
interests was started today.
fore gn lo ., . om.nis.ioners' w're closet- means, has a brief career ot l.t er uad
eJ n the Hiltu.ore hotel and refused to glory; and then suffers retnbution
w inV0ne company with her weakling of a bus-
While tho Oermnn-American bankers'! band who connived at her social exnlta
.n.itiofi Inn I been in doubt, it was prae-lfion and auffercd wlrn Iier In her fall.
ticnllv assured to.lny that they will I
aid the niovemen't if pn'er itiduce-
uients were offered. j
.1. I. Moigan is innking every effort,
to get help from other iiromiiienet tin-,
anciers, and .lames J. Hill Pn't n hour
! discussing tin nituution with .Jacobi
i After conferring with Bc'oiff, Hill
said: , .
I "I don't think that (lertnan-Aineri-1
can bankers will place any mumbling
blocks in the way of tho loan. They,
'are grod Americans Mil good banker:.
The lonn ought to be made, and 1 be
lieve it will be made without difficulty. !
It i of the utiuo-t importance to the'
! American farmers, lor with exchange (
at its present rate, they are at dis-,
'advantage. Thev inunt be helped."
! IfHiiger from oraiilm wan believed to
ernotfht. and the rom-
'missloners' sei lusion was attributed tu
I fear of death. Police took special' pre-
cautions to yard them.
I K-nator K. 1). Cusk. of Albany, Is
jbete today, attending the land grant
Clgtwtte fifteen year ago
The story is 11 fine one, It is a morn 1
one, it is 11 lesson and a warning. And
it is worked out with great driiinutic
skill. Kverything that happens In the
photoplay is what you might, expect to
happen in real life when two young
peopla deliberately start In to live, be
yond their means.
(Inn of the most Impressive juirts of!
this picture is that showing tlfc bursting j
of a dam and the flooding of the sur-
rounding country. Tho cause of this,
was nn inferior kind of cement fori
which the scekir of fine feathers was
responsible! she persuaded Iier bus-;
band to accept a nefarious proposition
from a villainous man who would miiknl
money out of supplying a poor kind of
cement instead of a good one.
Senator Hamuelp M. (Itirlnnd, of Leb
anon, la attending the land grant con
gress. Miss Pearle Miller, of Hilverton, is a
visitor In Salem today.
Daniel .1. Fry, the popular druggist,
has been in 1h drug business long
enough to have his own opinion of the
best way of selling medicines. Uo say
the plan adopted by Mi-o-ua, the great
dyspepsia remedy, ia the fairest ha Inn
ever heard of. ilo doesn't believe thai
a medieino ought to bo paid for iiulesi
it does the user imno good. And JU-o-nn
is sold under a posilivo giiarauten
to relieve dyspepsia or to refund tho
money. You simply leave CO cent on
deposit with Daniel J. i'ry and if, after
you have used tho box of Mi o na you
decide that it lias done you no good, all
you have to do ia to tell him so and ho
will return your money.
Hundreds of people have been roliovod
of stomach agonic by using this ro
maikiiblii remedy. It i not simply a
food digester; it la a, medieino that puti
.nil of the dlgestivo organs into normal
condition and gives ruddy, glowing, vig
orous heulth. A cliiingo for tho better
will bo seen after tbo first few dose
I of Mi n na, and it continued use will
soon give the power to eat anything at
any time, and not suffer distress after
ward. Mi-o-na is sold under a positive gmir
aiitee to refund the money if it does
not cure. This Is tho strongest proof
that can be offered as tu the merit of
Nothing lessens a mini's success Iu
his work or a woman's fiiscinatiug per
sonality mora than a weak stomach,
with its attending evils, t'se Ml o.nu
and "ce lOW much mure there is in life.
A Big Surprise for Hop Pickers
400 Tents at cost price for this week oidy. Also everything licoded
for camping. Don't fail to eo ui If you mJ anything la thit lint.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
The House of Half a Million Bargain.
302 N. Commercial St. T"01" 808