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Meyers Is Salem's Fall and Winter Storehouse
Every Department ready to Supply Your Needs
Dependable Quality ::: Honest Prices
TOMORROW WILL BE
REMNANT FRIDA Y AT MEYERS
All Remnants Half Price
A rousing remnant sale takes place tomorrow at Salem's Big Store. Hundreds
of desirable remnants will be piled on aisle tables for your choosing Splendid
Silks Cotton and Woolen Fabrics Laces Embroideries Ribbons in usable
lengths. Don't fail to attend this event it means money saved to every
purchaser. Tomorrow only Your choice
1 -2 price
The House of I A, (
It! OLD MEXICO
No General Exodus From Mex
, ico-Carranza May Be
FOR WILLAMETTE U
Exercises Took Place This
Morning In Chapel of
All Around Town
mmmtmmtmm n n i rnn ni l rnn
liillffi UAT rUK
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting
glassui correctly. U. H. bunk bldg.
The seniors of tho Willamette univer
sity held a reunion party lit tliu homo
of the Huv. 11. N. Avison,
Mr .und Mrs. W. H. BurRliiinlt, Mildred
Hi in in oii, Lena While, Tobiim Htein
bung, V. 1. Clutter mid Mr. and Mrs. 11.
Dr. Btone'i Drug atur.
A shipment of 64,000 pounds of can
ned gwids was mudii yestcrdiiy by the
Hunt Bros.' company nunnery, going to
Portland on the Oregonu for re-ship-incut.
Dr. Btone'i Drug Store.
After holding at the low water
mark gnuge of i.3 feet below zero for
111 days, the river is rising and now the
record stands at 1.2 feet below zero
or low wuter mark.
Dr. E. T. Mclntlre, pnyslclnu and
litrgoon, 14 Masoiilobldg. l'houo HO.
The plumbing work on the new Roth
building on Liberty street was yester
day awarded to A. L, l-'iuscr. The Chris.
K, Hpuuldinff I.okkIm company were
the successful bidders for tho miil work.
Dr. Utter, don tint, will return from
National Dental ('ongrens September
13. Office '114 Biiloni Bunk of .Com
niiiree Bldg, tf
An adjourned meeting of the Fourth
Quarterly conference of the 'irst Meth
odist church, will be held tomorrow ev
ening in the old parsonage. Kopnrts
from tho various organizations of the
church will bo heard at this meeting.
The French Shop Millinery Opening
of pattern' und trimmed hats Monday,
Octohcrt 20 at our new location, Il.'ill
Htntc street, Mile. M. Buffo,
Mr. and Mrs, V. I.. Howell, of Pom
eruy, Wash., are in tho elty, guests
at the home of Mis. John Ashby. Al
though Mr. Howell Is til! years of age,
ho is driving his ear through to the
Han Francisco exposition,
Millinery Opening of The French
Shop in our new locution, Uiill Htato Ht.
Monday, October 1!0. Tho largest ex
clusive iMlllnery establishment in the
city. No expenso hus been spared to
mahn this tho most comfortable place
to shop in the city. Mile. M. ilul'le.
The Sperling hop yards near Inde
pendence, a 100 acre tract in which A.
L. olid (I. A. Hperling are owners, is
one of the fortunate ones this year.
Last year (1,200 bales were gathered,
but this year tho yards yielded 0,100
boxes. Fifty acres of the tract is a
new yard. .
Clayton Cook, who has been working
on a farm at FiiIIb City, stopped over
in Halcm last night on his way to Port
land and was domiciled in the City
.iuil in tin Intoxicated condition. This
morning he pleaded guilty and was
given five dnys by Judge Kljrin.
The Central Association of the Bap
tist Quarterly Assembly will meet at
Lebanon October 1, 2 uiid The Hev.
H. 10. Marshall, pastor of the First
Baptist church of this j lty, will deliver
an address on the morning of October
2, taking for his subject, "The Baptist
Assembly lis Objective." Mr. Mnr
shall will also deliver the evangelistic
sermon for the sumo evening.
Jack Fainter, the woll known Clydes
dale horseman, living six miles north
of tho city on the river road, will
leave for Han Francisco the 20th of the
month to exhibit six of his best horses
lit tho l'anama Tueirto exposition. He
will leave several of his horses here to
bo exhibited at the Oregon state fair,
Mr, 1'aintcr has a nationul reputation
us a horseman, as he now has on his
farm S"ortil jjrnnd enamplons,
The elijht different circles of the
Ladies' Aid society of the First Metho
dist church met yesterday ufternoon
THE BIG STATE FAIR
Salem Membership Is Making
Preparations For Great
lie woman Aiixmary or Ht. raul'H la,,, ,.,,,,.to.l ai rangc.ncuts to ti.ke
urrlsh will meet with Mis. (leo. M- chnige of a restuumnt nt the stute fair,
ost, 1.MI Hlate street, tomorrow f- This is the first time the ladies of this
teruoou t SMO ,,ulvll ,UV(, ,,,, liny,nin j ,hill
r.,..i. ,. T r , , line. Mrs. .1. W. Beck ley and Mrs.
i U I " .1 ? 'Vouthwick iH lve charge of the res
tVL w l ."""" ;,liwn'"Ur,K,;,; t'"t. l. day bv members
for the Woodmen of the World ami ,ll ,,;,,, f , ,.f f( , ,
be present nt the meeting of the mem- u
plans for inter Wo.k and a niter of illBtrm-ti..i for the Women's Benefit
cnmp,gn will be discussed. association of the Maccabees. Mr-. K.iin
a j " . - ... I Smart, eoininauder ; Mis. I.issin Head,
8pli mating of Fdfio ,,,,,,. liml Ml.H . lnili() mi
lodge No. SO, A. F, A. Mler, record keeper, will leave for Port
this evening at 7 o'clock sharp,! laud this evening to be away the re
Work In' (ho M, M. degree, All i uiitinder of tho week, The Woman's
visiting brethren welcome. Iltenefil association was formerly
'knoun as the Ladle nf die Order of
The steumer Northern ruclfic soiling; the Maccabees, but within the last
next Hutunlay from Flnvel for Hun i year nil auxiliary oiganiiitlous of the
Francisio wM carry ipiitc a number W Xliiecnbcos ami the different state org
Halcm folks. Among those who have anir.ntioes were brought In under the
already engaged passage are Mr. and I one name to bckium n us " Ths Macca
Mis. J, l. Dodson. Mis, Ma NiuimoiiM. 1 bees, "
Hnlem Hhriners, numbering over 1.10,
urn making preparations, for Hhriners'
day at the state fair, Saturday, October
2. To bring out a full representation
of the Hhriners in tho city and adjacent
territury, in which there nro perhaps
;i00 members of tho Mystic Shrine, n
meeting was called last evening at the
Masonic Temple, which was well at
tended by the local members. Follow
ing tho election of Dr. W. Carleton
Smith as chairman, and O. 1'. Christie
IIU Hl'Crttl II fV Ikl.MIU IDilVA tt,.ll rtM ll.A
entertiiiniueiit of tho visiting Hhriners
wiiii ineir inmilies. In order that the
visitors might bo properly taken' cure
of, a committee on arrangements were
nppiiinteil, consisting of Walter Hmith,
Dr. W. Carleton Hmith nnd Dr. T. C.
Smith. This committee will have the
power to appoint, all sub committees
nnd take general charge of the visitors
and special features in the way of en
terluinnient, During the Hhriners day,
ho 1 bpiaiters for the visitors will
bo ut the Masonic Temple.
In order to have everything In shape
for tho buys with tuo red fe 7.7.0s, the
following committees were appointed:
Refreshment and entertainment, Dr. W.
II. Hmith, Hal D, Button, Fred H. Bvn'
on, Dr, 11. 11. Olinger nnd Dr. W. Carle
ton Hmith; on cutos ami reception the
following committee will net: Fred H.
Frixon', I). La fore, T. B. Knv, Kd Can-
utsey, Fred A. Legg, F. W: Hteuslol'f,
'W. II. Hlousloff, Lloyd Hauser, .1. A.
Bernard, George W. Binghuin, Win. II.
Muiulun.lt, ,lr., Dr. C. II. Uobertson, Dr.
, W. II. Morse Dr. W. 11. Byrd, C. 0.
I Davis, Henry W. Viiadorvort,',!. . Friz
yell. Z. .1. Biggs, Jos. II. Albeit and A,
For the etitertniumes't of the Indies.
the following have been appointed.
Judge (leo. II. Burnett, Lot L. I'earce,
A. Hlrnng, 11. II. Thielsen, (leorge
W. Blown, Win, Brown. .Indue .1. C.
Moicland, !'. 10. Hhafer, (leorge Duiis-i
ford und V. K. l.ovell.
1 here is a strong sentiment among
the Hhriners for a local (irgan'iution,
mid to organize here what might be
termed n Hhriners' club. Witii a mem
bership of Io0 in the city and mliaccut
territory and double this number in
cluding mini" of (he towns in the valley,
it is thought a permanent oigunizntion
cii ii be eltected. To bring this inntler
before the members in the fit v, n cum
mittee on permanent orgnuijitioii was
appointed hist evening, to report al
the next meeting of the Hhriners, Wednesday-
evening, September L'L'. This
committee on permanent organization
consists of II. B. Thiclsen, Judge L. T.
Harris, Fred H. Ilvaon, Hal 1 1. I'nttun
nnd Judge C. L. McNiirv.
The opening exercises of the new j
school vear were held this morning in
the chapel of Waller, hall, when the new j
iirnsideiif nf Willamette university. Dr. :
' Carl (I. Donev, gave a short talk nnd j
Washington, Sept. ld.-The state dc- introduced the members of the bonnl j
partmeiifs latest warning to .-onsuls ot trustees who in tun, p e
and American citizens to .put northern words ot wisdom to tne assembled new
Mexico is meeting with s!w respose,;and old students. . . , .
according to advices todav. There is no, The first to si-ak was Mr. Hem lucks,
general exodus. Mining coin,' anies in ; who stated that in his opinion he be-j
the rich territory of .Mexico a,e relno-i lieved that Willamette was a great j
tant to abandon their properties, ap-! factor in the development of the city i
parentlv preferring to icmuin and nnd that a closer relationship between
"take a chance." ' the townspeople and the students would
Con'suls-at Juarez and N'oagies intend' be u mutual ben-tit to both. Mr. Paul'
to remain unless the situation grows, Wallace spoke for a few minutes, he;
more dangerous, but Chihuahua, Tor-j stated that beyond a doubt the denom-;
reon and other interior cities are being, inational school was tho one in the t'u-1
stripped of American citizen's and oft'i-1 hire which would produce the men and ;
,.jls. j women who would be the leaders in the :
The warnings were regarded as fore-j great questions which will be up for
shadowing recognition of Curranzu, but i consideration.
officials insisted that they were. in- Dr. B. L. Hteeves in his talk enumer
ten'ded for Carrunzista territory as well : U(,,i a few nf the things that would!
make a man's or woman's life, accord-!
ing as they arc heeded or disregarded,!
they were: moral character, don't over-!
load do well what yrm are doing, a .
skilled mind, nnd good health. !
At this stage of the prognim-a group!
of the trustees from Portland arrived '
headed by T. H. McDaniels, the presi- j
dent of the board, whereupon Dr. Don-1
ev allowed Mr. McDnmels to preside as
as Villista. In this connection the,
cited the danger to Americans from
reniniuing in the Brownsville outlawry
, ANABCHY IN NOGALES.
Xogales, Ariz., Sept. 1(5. Anarchy
reigns in Nogaleg, Sonora, today. Fol
lowing the departure of the Villa gar
rison, which marched away to meet ap
proaching (,'arronzistas, rioters tooK ; chairmun of the day. With his custom
possession of the city. Six stores were, nry manner he took the floor and in a
looted by the -mobs. Duo hundred, short time had the entire student body
Yaquis arrested 3S looters ami men re-, mugaing ami nppinuuing ut ins nil-
Of School only a few days off
it is necessary to make plans
for the Children's apparel.
We have the following dress
goods for school dresses:
Black and White Shepard Checks 25c to 98c
Scotch Plaids and Serges .29c to 58c
Ginghams and Flannelettes .10c to 12'2c
Children's Hose .10c to 23c
Children's Fleece Lined and Woolen Underwear.
School Ribbons .10c to 19c
See our lines.
The Store for thePeople.
115 North Liberty, near State.
treated to their stronghold, leaving the
mob in partial possession of the city.
A Chinaman, who attempted to resist
(he crowd was beaten fatally. Faint
artillery firing heurd early today in
dicated a battle is developing live miles
NOT ENTIRELY 'SAFE AND SANE'
Brownsville, Texas, Sept. Hi. Mex
ico's "safe and sane" Fourth of July
celebration today developed a brush be
tween United States soldiers and Mex
icans nt. Fresno. Fifteen raiders there
were fired upon by American soldiers I
(Ins forenoon, driving inein
proniptu wit, he then introduced several
members to the students, one being
Bishop Cook, who gave an interesting
talk on the opportunities that lie be-:
fore the trained college man and wo- j
man of today, he urgwj the students to j
digest their studies as they would a beef
steak for they are to liecome a port of i
our bodies. ' "No man can succeed who '
at heart is a fake, the world itself is
against him to start with."
Dr. Doney then was asked to speali
and in a short time he gave forth the
ideals of the college and what it should
mean to the individual. One great
into the, criticism which people are woiit to
make of the college student is that they
Three hundred citizens and sold ie is are a gay, free and careless bunch,
are pursuing the bandits and nre aided
by a trail of blood from their wounded.
'The posses caught sight of the Mex
icans near tho puiriping station where
two Americans were tortured and mur
dered two weeks ngo.
Antonio. Texas. Sept. HI. He-
ports that 11,000 Mexicans had gathered
on the outskirts of the town early to
day proved upon investigation (o be un
founded. There was no trouble frum
Mexicans in the city ns a result of the
Mexican "fourth'' and no need for
. Orders Are Enforced.
Laredo, Texas, Sept. 1(1. Mexican
soldiers at -Nuevo Laredo, Monterey
and elsewhere today enforced orders
tit prevent any ant i-Aniericaa demon
C. E. Burtnett Fined For
Illegal Liquor Traffic
C. K. Burtnett, proprietor of the
Farmers' Cider & Vinegar Works, in
North Hnlem, entered a plea of guilty to
u charge of illegal liquor selling in
police court this forenoon nnd was
given u fine of Sj 7". Mr. Burtnett,' ac
cording to Officer Varuey, who made
the arrest, was carrying tho liquor in
a market basket well wrupped up in
paper, nnd was caught by the officer
in the net of disposing of it to a cus
tomer. Mr. Burtnett was arrested on u siin
ilar charge last winter when two boys
entered his vinegar factory nnd bought
some cider and after getting maudlin
attempted to enlci tho place ngitin nnd
were reported und Inter captured by
the police. Some samples of the cider
were tested at that time but Burtnett
was acquitted by the jury.
but underneath nil the levty and fun
of the ordinary student there is a se
rious purpose that will later assert it
self. 'Tut a star in the sky to lend your
life, inscribe it in the heart of nil you
are, the word service." That shouli1
be the ultimate goal of every student
concluded Dr. Donev.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
Boston, Mass., Sept. 16. Hughey
Jennings' Detroit Tigers climbed one
game nearer the leadership in the Amer-ic-al
league this afternoon when they
walloped the Bed Ho easily 6 to 1.
Dauss bald Koston to tive hits and tho
three errors of the Red Sox contributed
to the Tiger victory.
The teams' standing now is:
W. L. Pet.
Boston 00 45 .()"
Detroit 01 4S .653
R. H. K.
Chicago 2 6 0
New York ;i 10 0
Cicotte and Schalk; Hhawyek and
Walters. Russell replaced Cicotte.
R. H. E.
Detroit 6 8 1
Boston 1 5 3
Dauss and Stanage; Foster, Collins,
-Mays and Thomas. Attendance 25,000.
. R, H. E.
Ht. Louis 2 5 3
Washington 8 9 0
Si nuns and Leary; Johnson and Wil
liams. Hothern replaced Hiins;. McC'abe
(iibson. Tesreau replaced Stroud; Ad
ams replaced allrnioii; Sluttery replac
ed Adams; Murphy replaced (iibson.
R. It. :.
Philadelphia 10 12 2
Cincinnati 3 9 -
Alexander and Burns; tieorge, Mc
Kenerv and Winiro. Adams leiiluceil
I Burn's; Clark replaced Wingo; Collahau
R, H. .
i Brooklyn 0 4 1
! Chicago '. 1 7 1
I Pfeffer and McCarty; Vaugn and
j Archer. 12 innings.
I Boston-St. Louis game postponed, wot
Sterling Exchange Advances
In Wall Street Today
The Devil of Suspicion
entered her soul and so doinoinllyeil her Hint the devotion of vw win
forgotten. That is the big Idea in
Milestones of Life
A Tluiuhouser idsy of (he seasons--pmtraviiig In msgn'ificeut scenes
what wondei ful things befell a man und a woman In their niuni'ov
through life, from Hpriug Bi Autumn - -happy In each id iter's !o' -until
the Inig.slv uune that blackened then- iiupniu ending with their
(mul recomilistitui in tha Wiuter of their Jon and urrow-tifn'
A wonderful four lift Mutual Mmtei picture with cast headed by
Mlgnon Andorson, the Ttianhouser Star. Sen it todav, lomurrow and
Hatiinliiy nt (
Always tint BeM l'iotureo
Deeds were placed on file yosterday
sunning conveyances hy which ,1, r.
I lingers becomes the owiitir of :i lots iii
I Ben I. oiooii.I I'mk, south Hnlem. This
includes the Julius (). Vogct house n
(the hill just east of the new McKiu
ley building, which was sold bv Mr.
I Voget to T. B. Kay lasl April, nd
few dnys ago, conveyed to Mr. Uogers
by Mr. Kay. Th view from the house
to the east is one of the finest in the
city. The other lots in Ben Lomond
1'iiik were conveyed to Mr. lingers by
tho Herman American Investment eoni
lutny and includes all the lots on the
Lower Ben Lomond drive, except nbout
eleven on the lower east slope of the
J To tte"d the first clmpel for the
coining school vear, several of the trus
tecs of the WiUamctte university fnnu
Portland are in the city today'. Kid
lowing tho chapel nnd morning exercise
a luncheon was given the visitois nt
the Marion hotel. Those present from
Portland were: T, H. McDnuiel, presi
dent of the hoard; BIhon It. J. Conke,
C. B. Monies, Dr. J. N. McDougal nnd
A. V. Hmith. Trusters present from
Halcm were Dr. B. L. Hteeves, vice presi
dent; L It, ViinWinkle, secretary; Dr,
M. 0. Vimlley, It. J. Hendricks,' A. A.
Lee. l'nul Wiilluce and the Kev. fail
"rvgg Doney, president of the turner
ulty. The meeting was more in the way
of a social gathering "and mi business
rhtludrlldiU U-direr: An unofficial
observer thinks the war will Inst from'
5 to 15 years. Think how tiresome
keadlitiet will he by that time. I
An answer has been filed in the cir
cuit court in the case of A, R. Richard
son and Mary L'. Richardson against M.
M. Diet und O. L. Dicl. her husband.
It is alleged that the plaintiffs owned
lots 1 nnd 2 in block -l. Piedmont ad
dition to Portland, and that tho de
fendants owned laud in Polk county.
Further that the plaintiffs traded the
lots in Portland for that part of the
defendants farm lying south of the
Bueua Vista road mid cast of the Vor
vullis road in Poik county and it is
denied that any reference was made to
the acreage at the time tke deal was
consummated but simply the lots were
traded for the block of' land. McNnry
& McN'aiy are attorneys fur the defendants.
A marrmge license was issued tudav
at the office of the county eleik '
Walter li. Kennedy, a painter and
" 'rntor of this city, and Hazel Irene
Johnson, nlso of Halcm.
R. II. E.
Xew York 8 16 1
Pittsburg -1 H 3
Htrorid and Meyers; Harmon and
' Federal League.
i , R. 11. F.
i Baltimore 5 13 4
j Pittsburg 8 9 2
LeClnir and Russell; Knetzere and
O'Connor. Black replaced LcClair;
Quinn replaced Black; Dickson replaced
jKnetzcr; Comstock replaced Dickson;
: Berry replaced O 'Connor.
i SUMMER'S DYING BLAST. .
! Washington, Sept. Bf. Summer's last
: blast was dying today. After witlier
ling the east and central west this v-ek,
the belated heat wave was. reported by
I the weather bureau as the hardest hit.
, at S o'clock today, but the mercury
; only touched 80 then. .New York City
;ar.'d state, the Atlantic states, the Ohio
j valley and the lower lakes region were
1 lie county court yesterdnv uppointcd I
Senator Alex La Kollette ,,'s represen
tative of this county nt the Oregou-Cnli-fnrnia
Land (irant conference to act in
place of K. P. Boise, who resigned. Mr.
l.nFnlletle was recommended by the tax
nunc --I i i a, mwmf'
" " ' "
County Clerk Max (I, lillmi- todav re
ceived a check from Walter I.. Tonze,
dr., of Dallas, in settlement of the
claim of the county for filing fees in
cases filed and for watch pavinent upon
, ii.-i i tmiMiiai Y eiven hit, l.
(Copyright 1015 bv the New York
,ew iors, rvpt. in. vtitn exeiteu, ; niwu aim iicon
bidding lit the close, milking the market ! j""ri"'j'- The ehccli , accompanied
difficult lo gunge, sterling exchange to- h' " letter from Mr. Tooe in which
dav advanced thnv .cuts, under coiitin-1 h difficulties were explained nnd the
tiously active tia.limr. to I.(W 1-2. This! "'i ;'Mresseil that the past nmic-
was uscrihcil to belief ill success In the
loan, and nitlicipution of the effect of
its it ii linn iieeiin n I nn the sterling into.
The stock market hardly reflected any
convictions, either about, the loan ne
gotiations or 'diplomatic negotiations.
It was quiet, with only spasmodic ac
tivity in the few -hares, chiefly "war
! """ 'oinuoiis neiweea the parties coli
j cerued might be resumed.
j Alfred W. Bigclow, (lunwr,
I and (lertrude U . Saiolets. also of s,ilem
1 secured a marriage license todav at tin'
totfice t.f the county clerk. Chester A.
1 Lyon, of Lebanon, i, social settlement
! worker, and Catherine M.nit.. n school
teacher of Jefferson, likewise secured n
I matrimonial permit.
The final Salem Military band con
cert will be given Friday evening in ,
the new band stand In Wlllson park. I An inventory and appraisement in
As this concert closes the season, tl- j the estate of Mary A. Childers, deceits-'
boys will appear in their Cherrittti unl-led. was filed tmlav in the probate court
forms, and will give a prngrnm of what! of this county. The rpralement lists
hits proven to be the most popular selee j the estate at 4500 and consists of one
lions played during the summer. In bond hi the American Realty company,
fact, it will be rather a request pro-1 Lloyd T, liigdou, M. H. Liimpr.rt mid
grant, and only tho, pieces wilt lie j K. P. Richardson were appraisers,
plnvcd that are requested. For this
rriiw.it. and to be sure that the priie Soudan grass, which seems to be a
winners will be given, Ike public is re-, cross between millet nnd cuae is nt
quested to make know n their preference ! trn-ting the attention of ninnv f'ntmers
bv sending wind to Mr. timber at 141 ! not only on account of it being a fine
North Liberty street, or phone t.t his I feed for cattle, but also from the fact
home, phone No. LV.M K. Mrs. tlitllie 1 that it seems to thrive especially in this
Pnrish Hinges will sitig and arrange her valley. Three crops mnv be cut each
program according to request. Those season, the last cutting coming in late
having preferences shoitld phone rarlv in the summer season when green food
u...i,,iiiK, me pnrnin um.ia neeiieo ror tne cattle. R. D. Hnlscv
be Biade up by noon tomorrow.
0. O. Chapman, editor of the Oregon
Voter, published in Portland, Is at
tending th land conference.
or .MormngMuo. tins cn tlisplnv at the
Peett Furniture store snmplei of th,
Hmidan grass that measures sli feet.
This sample along with ether cuttings
will bq exhibited at th state fair.
Better Corn Flakes
made by a brand new process mighty tasty and
always ready to serve.
resulting from years of practice and study, arc the
inner sweet meats of choicest Indian Corn skilfully
toasted to a crackly, golden-brown crispness.
,B a Ti procs? the true cora flavour, unknown
flake PaSt' is brought out in every
As you pour Toasties from the package, note the
little pearly "puffs" on the flakes-a distinguishing
characteristic of these New Toasties. Another point
-they don t much down when cream or milk is
NwSrttCstLhsIe distinctive corn flakes"the
They're New and Different
and Mighty Good!
sold by Grocers everywhere.