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LPAHMLLJOUW SALEM, QREflON, W.nvrcn.v SEpT m5
MEN'S m BO
Men's Suits, broken lines.
$15.00, $20.00 & $25.00
$7.50, $8.50, $10 & $12
A Fine Line of BOYS' and YOUNG
33 1-3 per cent less
These are exceptional good values-
Men's Work Sweaters in Grey Great
Regular Lines of MEN'S CLOTHING
$15.00, $20.00 & $25.00
Suits made to Measure
$15.00 to $35.00
Fit and satisfaction guaranteed.
All Boys' Long and Knee Pants Suits
10 per cent less
Men's Ribbed Undershirts and Drawers
full weight and superior quality, special
The Biggest and Best
Work Shirt in the country
Black, Tan and Gray
Mixed Hose for Men
) 3 for 25c
OCTOBER 9 IL BE
Governor's Proclamation Sets
Aside Anniversary of Great
TRY SALEM FIRST
On cent par word eck iuw-t
Copy for advertisements ua
iet this heading ihould be In by
8 p. m.
PHONB MAIN 81
WranJhE?n Y .e3tricneed ,men dairy I
salary or shares; must be near school j
Address W. P. R., care JCT.irnnl. 24 $
HARBY Windowcleaner. Phone 768.
OLD LUMBER for sale,- cheap. Call
430 Court street. tf
ORDER Ash or Maple wo)d of Ward
- K. Richardson. tf
. JRL WANTED For chamber work
at Capital Hotel. tf
BEVEN ROOM furnished house for
rent. Phone "4." tf
1R SALE Or trade, cheap work
horse. 420 S. Com '1. . Sept23
MONEY TO LOAN On improved
farms at 7 per cent anlnual interest.
I am renrenentiniT thn i'nmmaw. o
, . . s ..... wuiiiilivo Daig
Deposit & Mortgage Co. of Portland,
Oregon, vuick delivery oi money.
Write mo or cell at aMrion olitel. F.
J. BeTgcr, Salem, Oregon. tf
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST
TOB SALE Team, harness and light
wagon. Phone 2394U. Sept24
.AVANTED Single person's laundring.
1035 8. Cam'l street. Sept24
TOR RENT Rooms for house keeping,
furnished. Phone 2093M. tf
THOROUGHBRED White Leghorn
hens for sale. Phone 21F3. 8ept24
ASH AND OAK WOOD At a bargain.
John H. Scott, phone 1552. Sept 22
FOR SALE 2 dozen white Leghorn
pullets, BO cents each. Route 2, Box
H3. - Sept24
1X)R RENT Lower housekeeping
roams, 336 North High, phone 4. tf
ROOM MODERN bungalow for rent
t 431 Front. Ennis D. Wait. 8opt22
WANTED A good second hand man's
bicycle, cheap. Phone 287M or 871.
WANTED Wood to saw, 43 and 60c
per cord. Two euts. Phone 52 1R
FOR SALE Choice pointer dogs, train
to field work. Phone 24-F-2. Chas.
31LACKBERR1ES 23c per gallon, de
livered. Phone or call. Royal bakerv.
Phone 378. tf
BU1TS CLEANED FOR THE FAIR
Cleaned and pressed $1.00. Pressed
50e. Phone 500. 8ept25
."WANTED Man wants plowing or oth
er farm work with team. Route 4,
Box 33, Salem, Ore. tf
WANTED TO RENT Ranch or farm
of 200 or 300 acres tillable land. Ad
dress C. E., care Journal. 8ept23
WANTED To work for board and
room. Young man attending school.
Used to hard work. Phune 402. tf
FOB RENT Housekeeping rooms for
ladies only. 910 N. Church, phone
745J, after 6 p. m. tf
J'OIt RENT 8 ',4 acres 8 room house,
lots of fruit on car line, ( all at 320
Hubbard Bldg. or 124 N. Liberty
CIDER APPLES WANTED The Gid-
win ri Co. will pay ensh for apples
offered up to December 15th. Also
make cider on shares. Octl
Advertised September 21, 1915:
Baxter, Mrs. J. Ballard.
Burn, Mrs. Charles.
Bond, M. V.
Bond, Miss Norma
Brown, Mrs. Roy.
Buffum, W. W.
Cotton, Mrs. Pearl.
Cook, Miss Willimma.
Cooper, C. G.
Eccles, Mrs. H.
Garber, MiRs Daisy.
Goldsboro, Mrs. L." 3f.
Hamnr, Mr. L. F. (2).
Hanson, Chas. B.
Hanson, Mr, E. V.
Hnyward, Mr. R. H.
Hebiesen, Miss Lou.
Hcury, Miss Harriut.
Jones, Miss Mary H.
Kimball, Mr. G. A.
Leeberg, Air. C.
. Lewis & Boelte.
Lainson, Mrs. Fred.
Landis, Miss Sylvia.
MncDonald, Miss Ellenore.
Manager Florenco Hotel.
Martin, Mrs. Mollie.
Millin, Mr. Tom.
Nystrom, Mr. Conrad.
Odom, Mrs. Marie.
Owen, Mr. G. M.
Patton, Miss Blanch.
Potter, Dr. D. W.
Robins, Mr. Charles V.
Schultz, Mr. I. R.
Shane, Mr, Gale.
Shcrwichor, Mr. J. W.
Smith, Miss Myrtie.
Sorber, Mr. E. M.
Stephenson, A. G.
Stockdale, Mr. Earle (3).
Thompson, Mrs. Anna.
Thompson, Mrs. Anna.
Thompson, Mrs. O. W.
Tomlinson, Mr. Joseph.
Tracy, Mrs. Albert.
Wolz, Mr. Fred F.
Watson, J.. R.
Watt, Chas. E.
Welch, Mr. A. D.
Wolfe, Miss Grace.
Mrs. F. L. T.
AUGUST HUCi-ESTEIN, P. M.
WAB NEWS OF ONE
YEAR AGO TODAY
China has applied to Ger
many's protest against the land
ing of Japanese troops in China,
saying she is unable to defend
Heavy fighting is reported in
Franoe. the Germans attacking
vigorously southeast of Verduna
ana claiming success. The
French war 'office reports an
advance of 11 miles in an effort
to envelop Gen. Von Kluck'a
army on the right of the Ger
Late reports indicato 1,113
British seamen were lost and
1,067 saved by the sinking of
three cruisers in the North
Austrian cruisers Maria The
reso and Admiral Staun wore
badly damaged in a fight with
the French fleet in the Adriatic.
Would Prepare for War
Portland, Ore., Sept. 21. In his ad
dress before the Portland Tmnunnrtn
tion club at a luncheon today, Governor
wiinycomnc urged a greater prepared
ness for national emergencies.
The irovernor tonk Hi tuvt Cmm .
published statement that two Portland
school principals had discontinued the
Dractico Of ItftVinp lunula mnrnh nn.l
from their classes, the (iieory being that
it luoicrcu inniiuryism.
"Are we soinir to drive all nrwif;.n.
from our schools!" the mivomnr i.
manded. "What are we coming to any-
nuy i i ucpiore me awrul conflict in
Europe, but we must be prepared to de
fend ourselves. If we smother the spark
of patriotism in the schools we will de
tract from the training of our children
in their preparation for citizenship."
The anniversary of the disatrn.
Chicago fire, of 1872, October 9, has
been set aside by Governor Withvenmh.
as "Fire Prevention Day" iu Oregon,
oy proclamation issued today. In con
sideration of the fact that fires in thU
state last year destroyed $4,000,000
worth of .property ami that the per cap-i
ita loss in Oregon is far in excess off
the United States as a whole, Governor!
Withycombe urges esneeinl bh.uJ
I in tho matter of preventing fires.
tuo guveruur urges in nis proeiuma-
"'U limb nil iniOOLIJIH irrrtrta li.i m
through the home, schools and factories
10 prevent iires ami that on "Fire l"ro
vontion Day" all turn a hand to clean
ing up rubbish heaps mid fire traps
that might cause a fire latpr.
The proclamation in full follows:
Whereas, it is becoming ever more
c. .,..!. ,u uu or us f Mat the great
losses which we are eonstnntlv ....,:
ing from fire are, in a large measure.
luiwuKu proper precau
Whereas, there is a growing tendency
to study the problems 0f fire destruc
tion with a view to combatting it
Whereas, we of Oregon should be
especially interested because of the
great losses locally sustained, which
bring our estimated per capita aiiniinl
tire loss far in cxcchs ne . 'io
capita loss of the United states as a
whole, and this in comparison with a
por capita annual loss in European
countries of less tlinn fifty ,.etB
there having been in Oregon in the
year 1914 over $4,000,000 worth of prop
erty destroyed by fire; nml
Whereas, it is fair to believe that
by giving the matter nrnner .,,,,,,..
nd precautionary attention our losses
may be measurablv 1..
interest in the entire problem' can well
oe tocuseu turough setting aside a day
each year when it shnll , ...,:'
- r- -v .nirvuill
considered, as is done in
. - - ........ vmn
Therefore, I do hereby designate
October 9, 1915. as Fire Tr.v.t;,J T rib
and I urge that effort be made to organ
ize our State in an efficient campaign
against the common enemy of all un
regulated fire. Am? it n,m.l.i
me well worth while that, so far as pos-
vention bo eiven in thn
day and on other clays as well. Ami I
wouni iiiririer urge that the Fire i're
vcntion Day individuals and communi
ties undertake ilnmenti .i .....:..:. ...i
housecleaiiiiig and inspection, to the
mm max uiiiainiiiaDle rubbish may be
removed; that heating appliances and
chimneys bo cxnmineil m.,i r,i...i :..
afe condition; that the occupaiits of
hotels, factories and institutions hous
ing numbers of people be safeguarded;
that fire drills lie established and oper
ated; anil, in short, that every en
couragement be L'iven in n Vi.ml.l,,, ..!,
- - a . u.,,.,1,. Mill-
lie. iireiiaratiiiii fur tho l,.t;,...
, " "OI'VII.IIJJ Vl Ul(,
fire Josses, through intelligent and adc-
l"iu iiiv jm t nil ion. ,
In Witney Whereof, I have hereunto I
et inv hand thiH twentv
tni.iiiiiiT, .Miieieen Hundred Fifteen
.lA.Mra WITH V COM BE,
Governor of Oregon.
TWTATURE sometimes makes perfec'
things, but "processing, spoils 'em. A
good-natered boy may be
"processed" into a dera
fool by the wrong educa- (
a - v
uon an to Da ceo can oe
MONEY TO LOAN 11,000 up to 10,
JfH), on improved farms. T'noa. A.
Roberts, 09 U. 8. National Bank
lHdg., Salem, Oregoa Oct.15
WANTED TO RENT Farm In Willam
ette valley on share, or take charge
of same for owner, by experienced
n with wife. No children. Ad
drem UoX 34 Mill City, Oregon. Sep23
KOOMS FOR RENT Two pleasant
"oms, modern in every respeeet, 4
block north of state bouse, 12 block
Jrom rarlinc, term, to iuit 840
. Unlo itreot tf
Capital Business College
Attracts Outside Students
The Capital Business eollego is one
of the city 'a institutions that is bring
ing many students to the city for the
winter months. Opening for the fall
term last Monday, the attendance shows
an increase of 14 per cent over that of
one year ago. As the course is so ar
ranged that students may enter at any
time, Principal W. I. Htaley regards
this increase at the opening as indicat
ing a much larger attendance next
Among those attending from a dis
Arthur Sasscr, Mitchell, Ore.
John ilasser, Mitchell, Ore.
R. W. Mattson, Maridificld, Ore.
Catherine Bnker, I.aue county.
Winnifred Rose, Independence.
Rarah Brewer, Chemawa.
Norma L. Harner, Junction City,
Gladis Salisbury, Turner.
Mary Foster, McMinnville,
Grant Clark, Benton. 111.
Ora Fenton, Independence.
Rose Heywood, Hillsbotro.
Rosa Aline, Woodburn.
Walter L. Hmith, Independence.
ifm tar tola, a Journal
Want Ad will $tll it.
SOAP IS BAD
FOE THE HAIR-
Boap should be used very sparingly,
if at all. if von want to keen vi.nr hulr
looking its best. Most soaps'and pro
pared Biiamnoos cmtnin too much alkali
and this dries the wain, makes the
hair brittle, and ruins it.
The hest thtnir for siettilv nu ! ti,a
ordinary mulsified eocnanut oil 'which
is pure and grcaseless), and is better
tnan soap or anything else you can use
One or two tcaspoonfuls will cleanse
the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply
moisten the hair with water and rub it
in. Jt makes an abundance of ricn,
creamy lather, which rinses out easily,
removing every particlo of dust, dirt,
dandruff and excessive oil. The hair
dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves
the walo soft, nnil the hnir fina ami
silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy
You can get mulsiied cocoauut oil at
any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and a
few ounces will sutmlv every ninmlmr
frf tho family for months.
I MM j!
1 te il
(31 PI II
The Smoothest Smoking Tobacco, VELVET,
is naturally right. Its two years' ageing
6imply mellows and refines ita natural qual
ities. The secret of its "no bite" is first,
right tobacco; second, right ageing. 10c tins
and 5c metal-lined bags.
Dahlia Growers Wanted
By Mate Fair Expert
Wanted Amateur ilnhlia
who will exhibit at. l'n .mio fn; kJ
curdinir to A. I.. Pnok k ...1....:..
" , - .., uvviiiirn
the chair of gardening and fkti-eul-
iur ui mo uregon Agricultural college
aud who has charge of tho dahlia ex
hibit at the state lair, th .mt. rui.
board want more exliiliitu trnm
growers of flowers who arc really am-
11 1 iMi rn. mis veir. me linn w ill i .
fully drawn between nimitmir. .v..
Semi-nrofeKxilllUls. in nnliir (Hat
amateur will linve a better chance at
some of the pri.es.i Jn other words,
anV One Who Hell! flniunra nr hi, 11,.
or advertises, or tills orders for ni'iney,'
or in any wnv makes money from flow
ers. Will be fIflHScd HI nrnfuu.inn.lu
and must enter the professional class
Heretofore, many sami-professionals
have entered with the amateur flower
grower. This year it will be different.
The board wants evcrv anmtmir In tho
city to enter lor the exhibits and they
need havo no fear of corn pet ing with
a ifini-pruresHionai. J'rofessor A. L.
Peck will have charge of this deport
Blent, and is esueciallv nnvinua tn
cure a largo exhibit from the Salem
growers. As the amateurs will here
after bo in a class by themselves, he
suggests that loose interested, should
telenhone him nt the nfftia , W it
Jones at the fair grounds. All exhib
its sound he entered this week.
Petrograd Workmen Are
In sympathy With Duma
Stockholm, Sept. 21. Numerous ar-;
rerits were made bv ' the Pptrnffra!
riolice ftiimlav. but the mainritv tt am. I
r ' 1 - - j "
munition workers who struck becan.n
of the duma proroguing are reported to
have returned to work.
Keveral strike bailers, who are be
lieved to have been bribed by Germany,
will probably be sent to Kiberian prisons
for their part in the labor troubles. The
government, however, it disponed to be
lenient toward the others.
IHssatisfai'tion which followed the
summary dismissal of the duma last
week caused the strike.
Chas. Crane and family returned'
home from the hopfield Tuesday.
H. F. Jensen had the misfortune to!
get his back hurt Wednesday while!
shoeing a horse. j
Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Prunlc mj litil..
son, Earl, returned 'from the Wood!
Claude 8impson, Miss Gladys Simp
son and Mim Hut.'I .Inlmmin -,.t,ir,i
home from the hopfield Monday.
i.ioja A. Kend who has been work
ing in Fortlnnd for sometime returned
M. L. Porter and Ralph Caldwell were
in town Saturday evening, Mr. Caldwell
attending tho Odd Fellows' lodge with
J. E. I-ewis.
Tho first Annual Corn Show to be
held here will be on the dates stated in
last weeks paper, Nov. 5th and tith.
Mrs. C. A. Edniond enme Saturday to
virit with her sister, Mrs. Peter Ouler.
Mie returned to her home in Portland
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hein and daughter,
miss Leia, and neice, Miss Mae bmith,
returned home from their trip in Cali
fornia Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Prntt of Pnrtlnnd
were visiting at the home of Mrs.
I'ratt's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Kirk
patrick, a part of this week.
Miss Bessie Carlson, who has been
working for M. It Sneer whu cnlliul
some Suturday by tho illness of her
Four Gypsies robbed W. F. Fuson the
botcher of $ Saturdny. The marshal
phoned to Turner to havo them stouoed.
They were fined 7.
it. 11. McMenl and little daughter,
Mildred, and Miss Verna McNeill came
Wednesday. (I. If. McMenl nml ilnmili-
ter rt turned to their homo in Marion
Mrs. Mnrv FnHthiirn mill ilnmrMiir-in.
law. Mrs. S. Kastburn and hnbv re
turned home from the hopfield Tuesday.
Ralph Caldwell anil family of Hoodi
River motored to Turner Saturday to i
visit at. tlm M. L. Porter nml j. K.I
Lewis homes. They left Hood River at
4 o'clock in tho morning reaching
Turner nt 2 p. m., returning Monday.
Mrs. ,1. L, Delt and baby who has
been keeping house for Grandma Smith
left, for Portland Thursday morning tak
ing her two grandchildren with her.
A masquerade party was given Wed
nesdnv nilht. Kent. lii. in hnnnr of Afra.
( M. Miller's birthday. Games were
played in the' barn under the light of
three lanterns, ami a lunch was served
after. A good time was enjoyed in
iriiesHlnir tho different persons. About
ii) aiienoeu. iiccoru.
The Most Charming Actress in Films
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
TODAY AND TOMORROW
MOUNT ANGE NEWS
The White Sistei
TILE TWO ORPHANS
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
II. S. Ruddiff et ux to Edith L.
White et vir, part lot 2, block Nil, Sulcm.
Mary E. Adams to M. J. Egan, lot II,
block H, West Wacondu.
Esther If qui ii1 to Uuy II. Itolan'd, be-
inir a trni't ftri fit wiiln frmitinir r.i
Cuurch street, in lots 2 and 3, block
!), Institute Add, Julterson.
E. I. Stiff et ux to II. L. Stiff, part
lot 0 aii'd 7, block 22, Nob Hill Annex.
r.. i. ntnr et ux to ii. ii. mitr, lot
4 block 4. Cardwell Add. Salem.
W. IJ. Pillett et ux to Casper Libel,
part G. Alpin Claim 61, 3, 2W; part P.
Minaril Claim 74 '1 W Tlinniuu
Flicks, Sr., to Mugdalena M. Fox, Ut 1
2, 3 and H, block '), Palmer's 2nd Add.
Ilvrnii T Ifrinilall nt. liv In f'titia K
Sjiaulding Ixiggiii'g Co., lot 4, block 1,
uauauii s .Tin. raiem. 1
A. T. We In et ux to O. R. Misz, lot
11, Lon's Hill Fruit Tracts.
Win. .1. LfttiniHr et uv In Wilbur
Beaver et ux, lots 12 and S Vj lot 13,
bln:K ll r.ugluwood Add, nalein.
Wilbcr Heaver et ux to Win. J. Latl-j
mcr. et ux. lot 1(1. block 1. Auburn
Josiuh M( rley el ux to W. J. Humph
reys (Ili'irH) O ('. I), imrt Win Mir-
ley Claim No. 77, 8, 1 W,
George Cameron to Mnud G. Cam
eron (wife) q. (.'. V. lot S block 1, South
west Add. Suleci.
J. F. Millard et ux t'i Dwight J.
Winters fraction lot 7 block 2, Oak Hill
PANAMA CANAL BLOCKED.
Washington, Kept. 21. The Panama
'annl will nr.f til. rliiari.il nt Him flnlil
Hill slide frr ten dnvs and slilmiinfr
agencies have been advised not to route
vessels thioiiL'h the canal without eon-
I suiting tio Isthmian coiiitnission here,
it was inaouuccd this afternoon.
College boys are beginning to come
thick and fast and a largo attendance
is looked for this year.
John Pfuff, Jr., will sell bis personal
property at public auction on October
1 at his place one milo north of town.
A. L. Cannon has moved his second
hand store to the Pack building form
erly occupied by Mr. Huck. Mr. Cannon
is a rustler und is naturally working
up a good trade.
G. A. Gillis, the miller at Monitor,
has just completed a largo warehouse
near the depot nt Monitor. Section fore
man of the W. V. S. railway is presently
eni'imnd in buildim; a sldn trnck t'n
Miss Vivian Browne of Kilverton, Und
Miss Vclmu, Whiteuker of Independ
ence were visiting the academy Wed
nesday. The latter will attend tlio uend
emy during the coming term. I
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oswald, Mr.'
and Mrs. K. J. Welton ntld Miss Fran-"
cis Hronkey were crawfishing at Mon
itor Sunday. Not much success is the
report and tho excuse is because of tho
Paul Fuc.hs, T. L. Ambler, Otto Hubs- '
ing and Mr. Hoschlor drove to Inde
pendence a few days ago to seo the
hop picking machine at worlt In tne
Hurst Druthers yard. The machine is
the invention of Mr. Hurtit.
Miss Mima Lokeu left last Hundny
I ror weiister, n. nun., to open a term
I of school after having spent hor vaca
I tion at the Got ton berg home, and at the
exposition cities. Her sistor, L)nmn, left
I u week earlier for Fnulkton, H, Dak.,
j whore she is engnged in teaching. ,
I Mrs. M. Oswald and son, Otto, re
turned this week from California, aft
er a tour of severul weeks in their new
Studebnker. They visited tho exposition
cities and in different parts of Culifor-,
nia. They went the entire distance j
without accident and had a most pleas
So far as any report reaching this
office this season is concerned, W. I
Yarrow, although handicapped by the
loss of one arm, made the best record
na a hop picker, at tlio H. Christen
son yard near here. He is said to linve
picked 12 boxes in one duy or 70(1
pounds in two and ono half days. His
record was at the top all through flic
season. , Vl
F. H. MeCarter, ef Portland, an old
time newspaper man of Oregon, was in
town Wednesday and naturally made
this offico a pleasant visit. Mr. Me
Carter was formerly engnged iu the
printing business in Woodburn, but is
now the ice man in Portland. Seldom
does a printer ever change his vocation
and mako a success of his new under
taking, but that is what Mac. has
Ed Bronkey and son, Leo, returned
this week from Uniontown, Wash.,'
where they have been workiug dining
harvest and threshing. Mr. Hronkey lias
neen mere every senson for tlio past
eight yeors and wonted on the same
engine. Ho says there were II men
from Mt. Angel workiug in Hint vicin
ity this neuson,
Another very pretty wedding wns
solemnir.ed In the t hurch Tuesday morn
ing when Mr. J. H. Klingcr, a well
known young business man of this city
led before the altar ntlss Mario Stop
fel, a charming young lady of this
city and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Klinger need no In
troduction In this vicinity. They are
natives of Mt. Angel and held in high
esteem bv till who know them.
Rev. Father Domnle performed the
nenimrm e.eremonv In the nr cue nee of
Oregon State Fair
Mr. Arthur L. Peck, superin
tendent, muy bo found at the
Fair Grounds throughout tho re
maining days before the fair,
See Premium List and enter
Amateur and Professional
lines sharply .drawn. Tel. 4U1
The Most Bewitching of Moving
Picture Actresses in a Most
Don't AHhs It
' Sold '
Empress Vaudeville Sunday
MONDAY r rM I
The Crcol Five-Star Cut
ft Win.' H. CRAKE
ft THOMAS W. ROSS
ft MACLTH ARSUCKLE
ft MABEL TALIAFERRO
ft LAURA HOPE CREWS
Wlaall ftmlta mm4 Vkl.r Mapra
m4 m Inaa M.vi. VMM. tut
Beat Sale September 23.
Prices 76c to $2.00
Balkans Fired By
War Flame-Cries War
(Continued from rage One.)
oral Savoff, ono head of the Bulgarian
army has been summoned to Sot'iu to
again assume command of tho Itulgais.
Greek Cablnot Meets.
Athens, Sept. 22. The Greek cabinet
tonight will consider the subject of ilul-
; "ikuhu n iiKiiiinruiion. u wax orriemiiy
a largo congregation of relatives and slated that the "government Is facing
friends. Tribune. Jt'uo new situation calmly. "