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Meyers Is Salem?s Fall and Winter Storehouse
Every Department ready to Supply Your Needs
Dependable Quality ::: Honest Prices
cued " From British Army
Meyers Free Trip To The Exposition
Only two more days until the September Contest closes. This is the fifth and
final event of the series of Panama Trip contests which have been a feature of
the Meyers Store for the past five months. The winner receives free transpor
tation to San PYancisco and $5.00 a day for five days while at the Fair. Help
your favorite win only two more days. Contest closes Monday eve at 5:45.
Standing of Candidates at last count are:
Mollie Pearmine .6256
Ethel Trindle 591:5
Phylis Kellogg :5907
Birdine Meyers :601
errimeut to " "- nn their sons from
Luropc's tatte When the -ner-
ican .irhwiti'S find the l.oy? they -v.''
of course. '-irbc I in khaki. Their citi
zen clothing has been left behind. Funds
from the aTe needed to buy new raiment. .Money
inbassv, is also necessary for their keep am! to
" send them to Liverpool where they may
By Wilbur 3. rarest.
(United PreBS gtaft correspondent.)
London, Sept. 4. 'By mail.) Be
tween fifty and sixty American young
sters have been "rescued"
uiiii:!! aillljr uv me iii;,n.,i
1 , 11 was WarMU.today. take their turn at work on an American
The embassy ha.i only interfered in ijllpr
t ease where parents of the boys have The Pn,),assy is making the best of a
f . appeaieu ior iw int. rvemooi moi " bothersome situation
:i ier.ii.MCU uii; iiuv pari OI ii. r u.int.',. v. . ,
.i..... (...:..',;,. ,. w n. Inofficial
J 'listed under the guise of nnadinns.
i Sotablo iimiing the erstwhile soldiers
t are Howard and Harold Hudson, twins.
aged lii, of Bridgeport, Conn. Thanks
ito the embassy ot I nele Mini they are
The House of
m.w safe and sound ut tonne with their
i parents. The boys were sent to Kn'luud
! for svhoi ling. Wlirn war began to be i
J I the sole topic of conversation, school'
Jield no chr.rmg for the twins. They ran ,
i away and enlisted in a Sussex regiment. !
I They told the recruiting sergeant they,
I were eighteen and .nsi'v passed the
flmilitniy Humiliation, tiny soldiered
Ht( IIIU1I e.t'HN, rilOllls ""in ,m
uir' siiuuuon lountl
records show that more
than 2,1.00 Americans are enrolled m
the various divisions of the British
nrmv, irniidy the Canadian contingent.
Over 100 are dead on the battleground!"
of Flanders. Adventure and the pure
love of "a scrap" is the motive which
1ms impelled the majority to brave their
bodies to bullets, according to the gen
eral opinion. Some few have taken to
heart what is declared to be "the Her
man menace" and have enlisted to help
F.ngland. believing that America would
come next on the German list if the
allies fail. This sentiment, however,
is not the predominant one among the
American volunteers, the majority are
All Around Town
depot for a moment and when she re
turned she found it missing. When re
porting the theft to the police, this
morning she said the bag was a small
brown one and contained a few travel
Miss Daphne Lev is, the popular con
tralto, starts an' engagement at the
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting
glaanos correctly, U. t), bank bldg.
District Superintendent E. . Hertz
ler, of I'ortlaud, will preach at the
J'ratuin M. K. church next Sunday ov
inliiK at 8 o'clock. Kverybndy wel
After the band concert complete
slnw ut tho Oregon.
The Re. T. T. Porter will deliver an
address Sunday afternoon at i o'clock
lit the W. ('. T. II. hall, Coinnierciul and
ierry streets, hverybndy is Invited to 1 Htiill of an auto and seriouslv ininred.
romo and bring a fri.,na ( Although not entirely recovered', Mr.
u ! Holnin is able to iittciin- to his business
Dr. Stono'l Drug Dtore, tf of buying for a Portland hop firm.
Hal V. Bolam Is In the city for a day
or so, this being his r,irst outing since
ho met with the accident six weeks ago
when he was thrown against the wind
Mrs. E, 8. Lamport will Ieare thin ev
ening for a three months' visit in Cali
fornia. She will go direct to Sau Fran
eisco for a visit with friends and rela
tive, lata rspAiding some time in Los
The unique drams by Rev. Cyrus
Townsend Hriuly at tiio Oregon tonight.
Children may even yet be able to
J day with (lernian Christmas toys. The
Ingllsh government has permitted the
shipment of toys mid the first consign
ment was received yesterday at Phila
delphia. They are all hand made toys,
manufactured in the smaller towns in
the interior of Germany.
Dr. Btone'i Drug Store.
The Salem public markot will be open
Dr. Utter, dontlBt, will return from
National Mental Congress Heptonibcr
13. Office 411 Salem Dank of Com.
merco Bldg. tf
A nlitpmout of 100,000 pounds of clov
er seed was inmlo yestonlny to Chicago
by the grain firm of I). A. White &
Sons. The clover seed crop in Illinois
anil Ohio is rather short this year and
buyers have been in the market, paying
12 to l!i cents a pound, Toledo, Ohio,
sets the price for clover seed and the
shortage especially in northern Ohio is
responsible for the higher price here,
compared to one year ago,
Public atonogTRphor at 20! U. 8. Bank
llblg., Salem, Oregon, l'hono IS I;
Sergeant W, B. Sclmnian, of the U. S.
Mai iue Corps, with recruiting tiuar
ond floor of the Knright building,
X!7 1-2 Court street, just across from
Buren & Hamilton's. The new hall will
be fitted up in first, class condition and
be reudy by the first of October. I until
that date the usual Saturday night and
.Sunday meetings will be held at the
I Dr. O. It. Scott leaves this evening
for a few weeks' outing in southern
Oregon. He expects to return about
! the 21th of this month. This is tin
doctor's first outing in six years.
I Genuine Spanish chill con carne, Sat
urday ami .Sunday at Hurling s Deli
catessen, 4!)."i Court, l'lione 5m. Kverv-
thing hot off the steam table all dav.
Open Ml day Sunday. Lunches put up.
Tom Ordemann arrived in town late
this afternoon and on account of the
many requests that had come in to
Manager G ruber for selections by Mr.
Ordeiuanii, he will sing "When I Was a
llnamei " and "Vrni Me in a Hun-
W. S. Richards, of Albany, Ore., who
recently returned from a visit to the
co operative colony at Del Rio, Cnl., will
uenver an ndilresB Sunday afternoon
at 2 o'clock in the Ryan block, telling
what he saw of the' workings of the
colony and what, he thinks about it.
The colony is located about 10 miles
directly northeast of Los Angeles. Sev
eral Salem people hnve become interest
ed. The lecture or rather talk is free
and everybody is welcome.
The United Artisans will organize
a juvenile department and will hold a
meeting Saturday to fully organize this
department. The Artisans are the first
fraternal organization to take up the in
surance of children, although several
old line companies have been in this
business several years. Tt is the inten
tions of those interested in the juvenile
insurance of the lodge to insure be
tween the ugcB o ft wo and sixteen.
. , . - i i
! Hudson home in Hndeport. An ap-' me care rree young men oi ,arK,- ,v,m -.-Ipeal
was hurriedlv despatched to the 'n ""''.'
! state lepartment at Washington. It was According to General Sam Hughes.
pasted on to the American embassy ;'""" " m.u.B.. .
lore The twins were ouicklv 'grab-'" I-ngland. many West Point cadets
b.d" and sent home. : hnvp "fer th"r "- th' Ca'
Manv of the youths whose snhlier linn army and some are now serving
life has been iiitermr'cd by Cnde a trained officers.
Sam still remain in Kngland. In somel Americans are not. only in the uui
enses their parents arc unable to semi ! form of England but are working in
them money to buy civilian clothing various related capacities. Over fifty
and return to America. No fund at . are actively connected with the min
the embassy provides for such expendi- istry of munitions aiding in the reorg
tures. Keiief societies in l.ondou are animation of liiitish industries Some
caring for some of them. An American are mechanics bit the majority nre
steamship line has agreed to take three skilled engineers getting invaluable ex-!
each voyage, provided they will work perience.
their way to Sew York. A small colony oi yntinjr men from
Inquiry at the embassy today emphas-; various American universities are at
ized the importnrce of sending funds i work in the armament buildings, White
from America if parents wi.Oi the gov-1 hall, London.
for busincsii tomorrow morning at II ters in the Salem postoffice building,
o'clock, at the location on Ferry street,! received a report today showing that
at present there nre 11,1102 men in the
l S. Marine Corps and out of this num
ber, but one desertion was reported for
near Liberty, One week ago there was
a disposition on the part of the town
folks to buy, but very little produce
was on sale, only two farmers coining in the month of September up to the 17th
and taking booths. All of which indicates that if onlv one
o I nuin out of tl,002 is sore on his job.
Dr. II. T. Mclntlra, physician audi the general conditions must be prettv
aurgenn, 211 Masonic bldg. l'lione 410.1 satisfucturv.
Miss Valeria Goldberg, who arrived The local Salvation Army corps will
in naiem yesteniny ntternoon to enter i change their headquarters from the
v lllniuette university, left her traveling ; present location in the basement of the
ling in the wwitini; room of the S. I'. Hunk of Commerce building to the sec
A Scrap of Paper
separated two until tin! It parted husband and wife la
Milestones of Life
a four net Mutual Maslerptetiire, full of tingling incident, human senti
ment an. I stirring; emotion, A Thiinhousor production.
Clever Mlgnon Anderson plays the role of the wife who nearly wrecks
her life and that of her husband through foolish jealousy.
Louise Rutter portrays tho Otl.r Woiiinn,"
Bweet Little Helen BadKley, the celebrated Thanliouser child actress,
is also In the east.
The most beautiful settings you ever saw and a story that will arouse
ou tu the highest pitch of breathless interest.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Also a Qood Comedy, Watch for 8umlny'i Big
Middle Aged Men
and Old Men...
when buying Clothes want authentic styles.
You will always find the style that will con
form with your tastes at our store. We
have the latest and newest Fall models in
stock and can fit you with a suit or overcoat
$10 to $25
Our reputation of many years is always
back of every purchase you make here.
G. W. Johnson & Co.
141 North Commercial Street.
Jockey With Commission
! FIRST STUDENT BODY
MEETING OF THE YEAR
rri... r:-..t ......1.... l.,.,l,. n,iwr i.t tli.t
Over Amount of Loan r " cvd 10 or,-k'r V if0"!"!!?
university this morning by President
The purpose or tne
The Wexford Is putting on by far the
best vaudeville show It has billed since
its opening. The actors nre !Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Foote, who formerly lived
in Salem and who nre staving this week
with Mrs. Voote's mother, Mrs. I. Sta
Icy, on South Coniniereial street. The
audiences last evening were generous1
in their encores not onlv because the
actors were formerly Salem folks, but
also because the show was good and
they wished to show their approval. The
Pontes will appear the remainder of the
Eggs are going up and sugar is going
down., Whil,. eggs are now retailing at
10 cents a dozen, with a prospect of .'1,1
cents before the ,.,! f nnother week
sugar has declined, and the canning
season not .piite over. Today the be
cnl grocers followed the reduction f
1 cents by the refineries, und ,,
sugar is sold for Kvli and tl.t!5 a hun
dred. One year ago when the war scare
was still on and s ulatc.rs bnsv, cane
sugar sold for fVl,'i and D. G. surar
lor ,.ll,, B hundred. The general lnw'of
compeiivtion seem, to be that when one
household necessity In tl. ,,lltinK iim,
goes up, another comes down.
September so far has been a pretty
dry month comoared lam
meeting was to elect four members at
large from the student body to serve
on the executive committee for the
coming year, also a number from the
faculty. Those elected were: Earl
Flcgel, a member of the junior class;
Warren Booth, of the same class; Helen
Wnstell, a senior; and Harold Enkin, a
sophomore; Prof. C. .. Sherman. i
President Jewett welcomed the incom- J
ing freshmen and hoped that they would 1
soon feel themselves at home. He de
sired that everyone would stock up
with "concentrated pep" and not be
afraid to distribute it around. A sti'ili-1
Xew York, Sept. 1". American fin- j
aneicrs and the ullied conimissiuii here
on a gigantic borrowing errand jockey
ed today over the amount America shall
After reports had see sawed for sev
eral days as to the exact sum the com
mission desired, the negotiations today
seemed to have timmered down to a
halt billion dollars basis, rather than a
cool billion, "the figure which gossip
hud accepted as what the allies wanted.
Theft was some taut, too, that there
might be further jockeying and that the
final figure would stand at $750,000,-000.
CnnowlornY,!,. intliW -till n,.,,(.,r.,.l ... J illg lllirilSC which lit- 1S0(1 WHS, " TllC I
day in what position .lohn 1). liockefel- Wl,1'lu" stilmls 1,S1,, for Imin ! -ler,
Jr., would take. It is known that kl,owl' w,ll're ,,e is (!'"" T1"s ll! Si"11 I
tho general plan for the loan has been ' wlllit everyone present should renl-,B
laid before him, but it was stated that m' 1111,1 ,lu' s""nor ,lu' (ml s0 XM 'l,m'K' I
he had not vet decided whether to I" tlu'' wou1'1 K1'1 '" ITl' stated,
throw some of the Rockefeller millions i H'"t he desired to burst the dissolu-j
tioinzed bauble which has been floating
about, in the past, namely that the j
business men uf Salem were not sup
porting the university, it is through
them thnt the collegian is possible they
have also contributed materially to the
financial funds of the institution, what
is necessary is that the students get j
nusy aim co-operate with the business
men and show them that their assist
ance is appreciated.
The Kpworth League of the First
Methodist church will hold iv get ac
quainted party at the church parlors
this evening in honor of the new stu
dents who lire attending Willamette uni
eersity. Kvervone is cordially invited
to attend as a good time is assured.
'Salem's Best Market Place'
Announces the re-opening of the Fresh Meat
Department, Saturday, September 18. The
same high quality meats at popular prices
will be maintained, in charge of Mr. Barton
We invite' your inspection in this im
151 North High Street
Grocery Phone 830; Meat Phone S40
into the balance.
Interest rates ami many other details
remain to be worked out.
It was understood thnt the indebted
ness will be covered by straight bonds
of Kngland and Prance, issued jointly,
without collateral, but having prior
ity over other national indebtedness.
A enminisvion of one half of one per
cent will be allnVi'd for syndicate
handling, thus making the interest five
and one half per cent t was under
stood. MT. PLEASANT ITEMS
aeo. Oiii-iin, ),,. it . .
. ....... ( (liivs Ot ,N,.p.
iciiioer, i:u, rainfii t ! it :.. i .
was recorded by t). government '
Kuage at the Oregon (i,v Traii-pcr-tatioa
company's docks, while for the
same time this year, there has been ,,
rainfall of only .14 of an inch. ),.
: ij" -"" mr river was .!i f,.,.t
iw water lunik, while ti
I - reel tielow low water.
mere was a rainfall each
- Miss Naomi Hi.iliue, of Albany, is vis
iting with Miss Crystal Miank.'
A large number from this vicinity
attended the Scio fair.
Miss Miles, of Salem, was up Wednes
day to sign up for the XI t. Pleasant
l.ewie liny came down from the
mountains to attend the Scio fair.
Mis Marguerite K vim was a L'liest of
Kessie Minak Sunday.
Arnold Scnz and the Misses F.ffie.
Zona and Cola Kny motored to the '
.lennan hop yaid Saturday. j
Albeit Keene took a Tine load of i
porkers to West Scio for (i. H. Hay.
11. It. S, auk Has a business visitor to
Lyons Saturday. j
Pete ami Plunk I.aux were week eni'
visitors ut the 11. Senis home.
Pied Smith -pent Sunday with Melvin
Shank. " I
Mr. and Mis. Charles Semnne and !
Mrs. Juke lluber motored to Portland!
l.ee downing n Sunday visitor nt '
i ue vi. ii. nay home.
Hay and Lionel XtcKuight lire visit
ing at the W. Kay home. Staytou
JOKESMITHS IN THE JOY ZONE
CANS OF COUNTRY CLUB MILK FOR
dav for ten
! STATE NEWS
sft sfc sc )c j(c ifc
V'lfvii';..! i iv. i. ti ii.. ... n. .
S.mnll ; ' p """ the '"cal.ty five n.iles from Myrtle Point,
' K i ,.i,i, nn, pn,.1( on
"What are the people staria
Jane, the country maid,
"The humorists are ridia'
w ise Pair copper said.
"What makes them look so horrified!''
said Jane, , the country maid. i
"They're dreuiiiiu' what ihey've got to i
read," the wise Pair copper said. 1
"For upon the merry Joy Zone, where
the gay landlubber treks,'' i
The .lokesinith in a Tally ho toes by and
rubbernecks. ' "
But not a thing is funny, as the poor
.joke-grubber leeks, j
For he's got to write a column in the!
inornin'. ' '
"What's that so black again the sun.'"
said Jane, the country maid.
"A joke, a fightiu' for its life,'' the
wisp Fair cooper said. ,
"Who is the inn it that whimpers so!".
said .lane, the country maid.
"The man who let the joke escape,"
the wise Fair copper said.
"For he sprung au almost new one on
that sad and solemn bunch,
And it goes now to the fellow who has
got a knock-out punch.
Hut if he puts up the twenty, 1 will still
stick to my hunch
They'll all use it in their columns in
Al C. Joy, in s. F. Examiner.
With $1.00 Orders at DAMON'S Saturday
the Smith p,
Is a common
Myopia means "N'eur Sighted
ncss" and is characterised by the
child holding his books close to his
eyes, or peering closely at thi
blackboard straining tho eyes to
Let the opening of this school
er mark the time when vou aided
to bKK Winiurr m.KT, by havlnu us 'piescril
Glasses will be suggested ONLY If needed.
Miss A. McCulloch, Optometrist
203-209 Hubbard I)!dff. Phone 109
nil I 1.. ...
.... ... v,Hiainn-iMi jii sections cut
" in in ine lucTory in this city,
-Niniicr oo i tig targe enough
eons. U IS SO lllllll. tlml .
rs railroad, there is
ties, which, within the next month, will:
.. . . . .... .- rim 111 ' ' Wlllil 1 I pil rHllIllIIIl. IMtTi M ...
on the market within SO day,. The ban, building ,, .,:i of ,,:, .,.. , ""e hiver Argus: At 1:M Tues-
lnoriung we were awoke from our
city, (I,,., constitute the largest collection of ties' '''''".' . '"Im" hy m,lsil'"1 "tes
:h for l that was ,.Ver assembled In one pile in: , , ,, V'" . ,tn fi,ul "", home 'f
iMitionnl this county. J. K. Weudliag is ii.anng-1 ',' " ,,,:,:"'- Water was on the
"ing and gathering. Heiw , ,
that when the conlrnets
the pile, which is being; V ,'m ,
e, will be 1200 feet U.iSl
sections can be ndd.sl to the barn. One ir the t-urch,i,',', crth..r;.r n'.' firv ' '' ininutes, and in 1,1 minutes
or ine n.lviintaires claimed i. n.u. .i... i. .1,1.. .1. . .v " . ' we were at home n,l in ko.i , -
. . ' ' n.utti viini waen ine contracts . V "v
iutt ngs and fittings are all made bv are completed the pile, which is being V WOr,h "f V'lerty had been
...... uiH.-rv, inueti cneaHr than could be niade at 11 cur
i. 1 1 .1 " '",,,1"'r ,,'"!,n- u' 'n ''eight, and four tiers
..... 1 i " " . ' " " " A"er thev are together XI r.
the bsra were drawi by' .T ln 8ALEM- "top at
..-o.ge .OS,. T,t1 wi 1(, liOWO a,l SO-
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
T y ti. .T.T". , ,. i ,,,!,,,l,or Argus: The fact that an
. .... ... cik j niveisuie eorgt Hot
nun ami, .-sieni.
H. W. Davis et ux tsA R llil,brd
rree and Private Baths
RATES 75c, $1.00, $1.50 PER DAt
4 Pounds of Small White
8 Pounds of Sweet
No. 10 Pail Lard
25 Pounds of Sweet
Walla Walla Onions for
Gold Dust Flour
2 Pounds of Ginger
urge h,bi,.,n Utm 110 Farming.; Th. only hotel in th business district
lot 10. blk. 13. amended idst . Hcoklv, . . V , Z'v1." .""Z " " ,M . v'ap,tol Buildings.
,l.l s.l.,n. aoom jvw gsnons a
add .salem numite. If .artesian water can bb
. Jr.M. Tl" V"?' 0mu, ,,,,wn
W. Miuuks 1 i.j S5 5 I V. miuly for tuat .cti.m.
A Dotua Away from Home
T. O. BLIGH, prop.
Both Phones. Free Auto Bus.
No Salem Merchant can sell Groceries for loss
S6y . e do- We Pa' cash and thereby secure
tne lowest prices, which no credit store gets, because
rvL;r01'f 5at v,es credit t0 its customers must ask
u S IS 1 he1wholes,aler- Selling cash does away
Ynn Tf thllosf s ,that a credit store suffers from..
Damon & Son
855 N' Commercial PLnn0 gg