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Meyers' Free Exposition
Ti(- September Content for a free
trip to t lie l'uiinniu Kxposition hns
been extended to Saturday, tli 25th,
As in tho previous Kxposition Trip
Contests we hiivo decided to close
thin final event on Nnturduy. Throe
more days. Vote for your fuvorite
a vote with every 2,r)c purchase.
All Around Town
Dr. MendeUonn, specialist In fitting) Miss Mlmictta Magers will receive Sulcm police. The check was drawn on
glasses correctly. U. t). bunk blilg. j vm-al pupils al'leriiooiiH from 2 till 4lthn Dallas City bank, for ifil nnd was
0 I the week beginning Monday, September 1 signed by 11. JJ. Wiebn.
William U. Miuler Is the new pianist ' Vuicos will be tried free of charge, j fl
at the Wexford theatre, coming here j I'hone 12lf.. Studio, Kirst National: A petition wiU be presented to the
from Oregon Uy. .tank r 1 and , tho ,., ting, ask-
Dr Bt no's n ir nt tf ' '' " l'11'1'"' ml,rM l,ll"'e lll ostub-
tB' I The time was when an Indian's name ' lisl'"a oither adjoining the Humes
... . - Jin ..mn I.i,,i i..'... ..!,. store, or on the north side of the
n iuv on ouuui uoiumcrcini street
lias recently been purchased by Then, .
Williams, who Inter, expects to improve
Dr. Stone's Drug Btore. , tf
Seven tracts In ttie Rlvervlow sub
division ut Hulls Feiry were sold to
day by Scott & Hyium to a local in
vestor. The tracts will be improved
nnd set out in prunes.
Dr. R. T. Mclntlre, physician and
surgeon, 1114 Masonic bldg. I'hono 410. II
O. P. Maurey, of Baleni, is Ui, the city
W'llh fillip lien.l ttt lini..i.iua l.,.ru.iu !.!..!.
he intends to enter In tho races. The
horses are Zom Norte, pneerj Bnlem
Hey, trotter; H, and M., trotter; Hill
JUrshall, trotter. Kugeno Ounrtl.
Phi in.v nniu i. . ....
special leductUms 'on suits. 344 Htato.
The steamer Qieat Northern, sailing
from Flnvel tmnorrow aftermnin will
carry tho following Hnlcm neonle- Mr
. ... .. .7 .!...
nun aus. iconieo llouley. .Mr. nml .Mrs.
W. Howard Hump Mr ami Mrs V
Fnrmsley, Theodore 'ltubens and Ague,;
i r 'H wile tis w,ek.
Twenty cratos of prunes we, dipped
to San Frniieim'o todnv bv Vrn.l N iiv
Z t,?y?..il.. y.Y , l y
non to enter for the sweepstake iirir.es
mt tl... II....U..U.....I .. . . a M . .
t the Horticultural department of he
Oregon building 0f ,),e !, I'acitie
exposition. I he prunes are from the or-
vVV. . 1,1.'!"m" 1)r
itelil and ( liurles MeNary, south of the
...,. '... k oi i niiama ricine
I and secure a business education. Being
o ishtvt of funds, he went into the harvest
All member, of t. O. O, r, Chemokata fi('l,K ,HUV,,,1 h.1" ,"",n''v' '
Lodge No. I and Salem Hebekah lodge m,w. ."ll,""t ,,""'''"f , and by
No. 1 sr.. rennested to assemble at the workl"tf niormngs and evenings, hopes
lodge r.smis Wednesday evening. Spe- ",'''uro " l"lM," 'J"cntion.
elnl program. Committee. Sept'.'2 0
o Representatives from gaJciu will take
(Tb Enright building on Court street ,?'','v, '!Hr,J,hr. I,r,,,',,,;'li"1' ",f
will be the home of the Salvation ,'''.v t too Methodist conference now
Army after the first of next month aud '.' "ITiT. ,,.tl ",:",,,,,,rK- . ' J"""'
llergo.ng genernl , p.rs tls week w,,rk fore the nnrVivorsnrv meeting
Next Sunday the regular meetings of ,,f th Wonmu s Home Missiouarv so
the Si. vatim. Army will be held at their ,.,lv. At the joint educatioiml" eon
present heiiilipiarters, in thh basement ferenee to bo held Kridnv evening Dr.
of the Hunk of Commerce building. It N. Avis.ei will preside. An address
Fancy King Apple
13 pounds S3c
Home Qrown Tomatoes
Gold Dollar Potatoes
Sack 100 lbs Me
S!0 pouuds Se
Csnnu Hall Wateruiclous, lb. Ule
Sweet Onions, lib llm ijc
m Ksrtk Higk atmt
A 10 Day Sale of Mens Netfleton Shoes
Commencing Tomorrow Morning--See Window Display
Our $6.50 & $7 Grades-Ten Day Special, $4.95 a pair
I Here's a timely sale of high-grade Shoes just at the beginning of Fall weather an
nnnnrfiiTu'rv in snnnlv Shoe needs at a Great savint?.
Norriorrm i nnA nf the vprv
needs no introduction. They are
applied to the best mechanical
leathers as excellent as the
They fit when all others fail.
of these good Shoes it is your
Patent Vici and Calf leathers Tans and Blacks.
Such popular lasts as Kermit, Composite, Pacific,
Windsor, etc., regularly priced at $6.50 and $7.00.
Extra special price
$4.95 a pair
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iieicnsiics in- peculiarities ol cliaracter. v..,,,.h,. n......
Hut it seems that the dav of American 1 t i n recites thnt the owners of
Horse or lied Cloud have passed for ' ,'"'M" "'ores are willing t liut such n mar
good. ItegiHtering today lit the Capital I hot should be established, anil also notes
Itusincss college are two students from the fact that tho present location of the
Cheiiiawa, whose names sound more like I market is undesirable. The petition lias
those taken from a good old Knglish been signed by over 30 who nro interest
novel. They are Heginnld 11. Dowie.i ed in the success of the miirket, yet feel
whose home is nt Tacouia, and Henry that the present locution on Ferry street
I'limi'ii, iiiiKiuuiiy iroin imiihiiiii, asu-,
Notice to the Public.
Pursuant tia the orders of the council.
am directed to notify the public, that
.i ii i .t
nil nml lifl.ir ll,.l.il I 1lll.J.
('HAS. F. KHUN, City Kecorder.
IL Vernlee who was arrested yester-
,ia' " ''hnrge of drunk and disorder-
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iv ruimiiri. jut-lUH'll KUHT.V 111 piUU''
court tins murium! nml 1 111 itl ii iin of
'J" for hi" ''"""ty. C. Mending plead -
ed guilty to the charge of being in-1
'''l"i ou'd will board with the city ;
for ,y ,ll,v"' 8- T' t'".v'"''. said iie
" ,,r'h,'r "f yesterday that ne,
Iin .1 nut Ht.iiii fur "II t'.-iii-u . . I ll...
, . . . . ' ""'" "' '" l"'.T,MK "vr
,,,,ion Intu in tlu i ity .Hitl. lie i tniniign school In this citv than a voiing
j', Z'!lt fit t 'i.ii 11. ,W!,,,"!TBi, 'Vu irl '"' "".r knowledge
uiloKlcHted and will work iirouud thelat
,1-ny nun inr live uitys.
jwili hm R w((v, jiHt m ,, hvc (,m)11(,h hm)n (() shl))y
?Hi f. .' ,Mt ,!,."-v. ' w u'"0,My .r
nHV0 ,rl,,,l Hl"1 H,,1I', " 111,111 work. ""'ge. When it comes, to helping a
'N'" il '''ark. nged 20.Lvo.uig man secure work, tho proposition
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wiMinn itlinn lllli III llclllllll, I III I1IIIS. i
rilllt llrif,ed out int.. easier.. Oiegon I
ta-7 ....,,,Vr wilh . litlli ; mi change
i to see the west. Running
'r,"," '''"'"hir of the Capital Hnsi-
ness eolleue. he doci.loil t .
Ibb, , r wilh ,it ,,1Hri (.mllK,.
Sweet 1'olatoes, (1 lbs J.V.
Small Walnuts, t lbs SV
l'ink Heans, It lbs A0c
Kauev Jap. Rice, 0 Urn S0c
New Dill Tickles, doien .... I So
New Sour l'trkles, pint .... ISe
New Sweet IMoklos, pint SOe
(Ireen t)livcs (large site) pt. S0e
Ripe Olives, pint ISe
Pure Powdered Lye
Case, i dos JS.00
1 das P(V
.1 cans 2So
Oretery phone 130; Usat PkM 110
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON,
hirrhpst prade Shoes for
the result of the best shoemaking thought obtainable,
process, and worked out in
world's tanneries afford.
Special Sale This Week
Women's Amoskeg Gingham Aprons well made
one pocket. Your choise 23c each.
Better put in a supply.
! nil " Kimball College of Theology" will
be given by the Kev. J. N. Talliott nnd
on " Willamette university" short ad
dresses will be made by T. 8. McDan
j iol, trustee, an'l the Uev, ('nil Gregg
Ooncy, its president of the university.
A bad check wag paused upon the Bos
ton store Saturday night and when it
was returned today, marked "No uc
i count." the mutter was referred to the
is not a suitable place.
The Wo urn's Alliance of the Unitar
ian church will meet Friday afternoon
nt. 1! o'clock' to take up the fall busi
iirnn in nit; Jiiuuitrr uuu PU n It'll III II V
ness of the Alliance nnd particularly
....... ntuiill ..llt.tl IM'J l.lll llll.r 111
tho state lair next week. A stand lias
been secured north of tho old pavillion
on the main thoroughfare. This is the
first time tho Indies of this church have
hud a refreshment stand at a state fair.
ae coniiuiiiee in cnarge is comnoseil
f Mrs. R. W. Tischer. Mrs. J. I'olluck,
Mrs. Dr. 11. Cnrtwright and Mrs. iv
A girl has a much bettor chance to
.....l. ... I...I.. t.. i
nil of hmsewoik or cooking, or will-
ing t neip m tiiking care at the ehil
I.I... I ' l a I. . i . . .
" 111 " "'"ir tiuiirilll. .UHIIV
oung men have been phiced this full
so they could work and partially pay
ineir expenses ny rrmeipiil .Nelson, of
I ne iiigl. sciioiil, Hurgess Ki.nl, or Wil
lan.ette Academy and I'riiicipal V. I.
ntatey ut ttie t ap.tul llusmess college,
but work could not be secured for the
(ireat number who wtmld like to come
uere for study during the winter
months. Hut when any girl has written
to tnese scnim's ami asked for work
in a home to help pay board, there has
been no difficulty in securing a suit
Sales at the public market -were not
very encouraging toilny, although of
course Wednesday is sort ef an off day,
and again, the market has not been nil
vertised to any great extent. In fact,
the average town buyer knew very lit
tle of tho market. ' Only two booths
were taken, C. A. utlis and D. R.
Kuble having on display general farm
and fruit products. Hut there is a feel
lag among the farmers interested that
the city market will come to life ngnin
as soon as a desirable loeatitm is found,
and t!nfnrinors once agnin become in
terested. It was rumored today that a
petition or a paper would be signed by
farmers and town people who would
agree to support the market. At the
present stage of the publie msrket, It
seems that its future Is in the hands of
the farmers. With a fair supply of farm
produce on sale twice a weeV at at. es
tablished lili.ee, and at an hour when
the town folks do their marketing, the
general impression seems to be that the
market will succeed. Heretofore, there
hss been no eo.icerted effort between
th farmers who would like to sell, and
the town folks who would like to buy
The two farmers who had produce and
fruit for sale this morning were doing
K good business.
A yield ef from 60 to 70 bushel an
ere on a 75 acre tract of eorn is the
estimated erop of the Salem Land com
Men. on the market and
pany from their land near tho Anken
ny bottoms, 10 miles south of the city.
Tho corn averuges three stalks to the
hill aud has an average height of cigh
feet. It is of a variety of yellow
Dent, especially tried out and selected
by County Agriculturist Chnpin.
A chimney fire at the Hickerson
residence ou Nortli (,'ottage street be
tween Center and Marion was the cause
of an alarm last nijjlit at 7:'M. So
damage wits done. ,
rrauk Cutsforth, of Gervais, road
supervisor of district No. 7, is in Snlem
today interviewing the county clerk on
the legnl formalities fu be untangled
when a district desires to vote a special
rond tax. In district No. 7 it is pro
posed next year to pnve all of Pacific
highway through this district, a dis
tance of about three miles. The resi
dents of No. 7 travel over somo of the
pavement luid by the county court out
of this city nnd they like it so well that
they nre willing to try it in their own
district at their own expense.
The Woodmen of the World are pre
paring to tuke good care of their own
ii lid visiting members at the state tail
next week. The Woodmen log cabin has
been placed in order nnd at ell times
during the fair, ,1. C. Jones, district
manager, iiud members of tho local
lodge will be on hand to receive visit
ing Woodmen. The Wcmen of Wood
craft will also co opernto with the home
lodge and will be in attendance. The
Woodmen of the World log cabin is the
second building to the right on enter
ing the grounds.
Company M, O. NT. G., of this city,
held their first weekly drill lust night
thnt has been held sineo the annual en
campment nnd a full attendance of the
militiamen was out. Next Tuesduy night
the regular quarterly inspection will be
held ut tho armory and tho military
knowledge and bearing of the citizen
soldiers will be checked up. The non
commissioned officers held a meeting
last night and resolved unanimously to
hold the company in its present position
as the highest ranking company of the
state by every means within their pow
er. Since the Elks have secured the ex
clusive use of the ne.. enattortum for
their program at the state fair Thurs
day evening, September 30, arrange
ments lire being mado for an interest
ing entertainment that evening, (lover
nor Withycoiube will be asked to de
liver nn address, ttie Orpheus Male
chorus will sing several selections and
the chances nre now that tho famous
1'ortlniid Klk band will accompany the
large delegnt ion vt Klks coming from
Portland for K.Ik day. The Kugene and
Albany lodges will' send large delega
tions and of eoo.se Klks from all parts
of the state will make It a point to se
lect Thursday us their visiting day.
Dates for the com shows and farmers
institutes to be held in this county this
fall are about all arranged. The' first
one will be held at Sionnt Angel Octo
ber 22 and 23. followed Iiy thut of
Aumsville, November 3 aud . Silverton
hss arrunged for its eorn show to be
held November 11, 12 nnd 13. The fol
lowing week Woodhuin will hold its in
stitute and show, November IX, 1 and
20. Aurora has selected the dates.
November 52, 8.1 snd U. The date of
St. Paul hss not as yet been arranged,
hut it w ill probably 'cum ill so as not
When In SALEM. OEEQON, itop at
. BLIGH HOTEL
rr and PrtvaU Baths
RATES ?5c. l.(H). H.80 FEB DAT
Th only hotel in tht busineM district
Nearest to all Depots, Theatres tad
A Horn Away from Horn
T. O. BUOH, Prop.
Bota ruooM. rr Auto Bat.
t a. m X. I
ft MfM T
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WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 22, 1915.
InrTnnnni n nirr
Riga Is Also Secure From Cap
ture by German Invad
Petrograd, Sept. 22. RiK'i ami Petro
grad are safe from the mighty Herman
war machine, officials declared today as
a result of Slav victories against them
before Dvinsk and because of reported
heavy withdrawals for the Balkan
Reneated reverses before Dvinsk out-
j er works have affected the Germans
morale it is claimed. Moreover there
is a notable and growing lack of
"punch" in the German onslaught.
The official statement remuined sil
ent today about the situation around
Vilna, from which place the Slavs re
treated. It was believed, however, that the
Slavs have slipped out from the Germnn
trap, as they did nfter Warsaw fell,
and that they havo retired toward
Ostrow Captured. j
Berlin, via London, Sept. 22. Prince j
Leopold of Bavaria, has stormed the i
Slav positions on the Myschnnkn river i
on notn sides or me iircst-i.iTov.su-Minsk
railway, nnd has captured Os
trow, it was officially announced today.
DOUBLE LAST YEAR'S
EXHIBIT AT THE FAIR
Extra Prizes and Extra Space
Allow inhibition of Im
The Marion eoiinty srhools iiiol par-i
iiriiiiiriy Milem schools will present u
most i-ieilital.il- exhibit lit the state fair
this year in-curding to K. F. ( nrleton,
superintendent of the industrial depart
ment. The ISalem schools includin'); the
hih school will have a iiiauual
tniininK exhibit and ;i domestic art
exhibit which will occupy one entire
booth in the old pavilion. K. (i. Hon
"oil. head nf the manual training de
I'rti it o! the Salem schools, had
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h' v. i.". i-iiii ui uic t-.iiiu!i inr;
the state nt the Sim Francisco fair and!
will mit some nt his n OIK mtn nv Ii,.,!
at the state fair this venr.
The results of the 1i,hi,i;v, ,,.,- ( iu
boys in making furniture and other use-
nn iiouscuoni articles will he snown and
the nil-Is will demonstrate the results of
tneir instruction in drawing and sew
ing. The Feeble Minded Institute nnd
the Oregon State Training schuol will
both double their exhibit of last year
when the showi.ig made by the state
institutions eicupared favorably with
that of the best schools of the state.
The Salem public schools will give
an entertainment in the auditorium of
the old pavilion on Wednesdnv evening
of fair week and on Thiirsilnv'iiight the
blind si-hoc! will render its program.
This year $7.. lias been offered in
special prizes for the manual training
exhibits to be distributed, tl' for first
prize, for second, iMo fur third and
10 tor fourth prize. This is for the
best collective exhibit of manual train
ing and domestic art bv districts of the
first class bud the exhibit is tu be us
comprehensive mid to include as great
a number and variety of iniN.i... ,.u
can be displayed in the alloted space. !
The Salem schools will eompeto with i
half dozen other schools for the lienors
in this department nnd Mr. Ilonnell is
striving hard tu land first prize in this'
In addition to the $1,000 which will!
be distribute. 1 nu i..;.....
I . .. aillUllg .HO!
schools of tins state, of the prize I
Wlniltlfa u-ill 1... ...I
,.. t uincii to i no l.regon
Agricultural College for a short course
with all expenses paid. This short course
will take up a number erf subjects of
most interest to the prize winners nnd
the competition for this trip will be
The other nninii... f n, .......
arranging their ex.iibits this week in
...; ui.i pHiiiion which is humming to
day like a hive mi.l I.,.. .....I..
tions point to the best educational ex
"." I .inn mis ever been brmght
get her in this sti.te.
to interfere with any other dates in the
county. The final corn show ,f the
year will be held nt Salem and is to be
known as the Marion County (.'on, show
Ihe indications are that the Marion
toiiuty Com show this year will be the
most interesting ever held in the coun
ty, and show finer specimens of com
as m many luealit.ea the crops are un
usually huge and the grade much finer
than in previous years.
Artisans attantlou! Reception of
-i.M-i.iie cihss in thirty members to
night. All members urged to be ores-'
eut. 1 !
Ye Liberty theatre was purchased to
day by T. It. BliKh. It is the intention
of Air. Uligh to open the theatre next
Saturday and arrangements have been
mado for several f.rst class films. Ye
Liberty will be in the future, as it has
been in the past, a theatre for the high
est class of films onlv.
A railroad ttrV.i nrri-. ... v.
i . -" uttH Up.
...... iut iiiii L-nninos, win K. B
Houston agent and K. A. Colonv, as
sistant. Omaha World Herald: K.li.on, one
might say, is the leading light 0f the
navjr tKrd. .
ARE YOU COMING
TO THE FAIR?
CERTAINLY YOU ARE
You have a cordial invitation to visit the Valley
Music House and see all the new styles in Player
Pianos, Uprights and Baby Grands.
J Player Pianos, the $700.00 kind
Brand New guaranteed pianos, the $025.00 kind
Used Organs like new, such makes as the Estey,
less than half their original cost
One big lot of slightly
$138.00 and up;
One $600 player piano,
$.Joo, Dencn ana music rolls tree.
Don't fail to see the many different styles in our
Smith and Barnes line,
VALLEY MUSIC HOUSE
264 N- Commercial St., next door to Fullerton's.
C. F. HULL, Manager
Honorable Young Men
Here's Your Chance
A plaintive call for a mute from way
bnek in Terre Haute, Imlinna, eehoeel
tltl'noiih tll.i i.m-i'i.lni'O nf t.m iniitr
lioiit house todnv when Coiintv Clerk
. .... m,.-.r i.,.iii. mini uiiin v viei n
Mux tielillwir oner.ed n letter niMi-iwwp.l
. . . ........ ..
to 1 1 a determined feminine hiind.
The letter continued as follows and is
!.l lis t'nlliiu's unit is:
decidedly selt explanatory:
"Desiring an aequnintniice with a
western voiiiur man jnn wiwliinir n,l,li-.iea
ot nice youni' men to correspond with.
Would like fro- yon to send me some
names of honorable young men in your
"Thanking you in advance, I remain,
" Yours truly, etc."
The letter was accompanied by n full
address of the young Indy and' county
clerk Cehlhnr will supply the informa
tion to any young man' who measures
up to the specifications.
Fire Damages Masonic
Temple at The Dalles
The Dalles, Or., Sept. 22. Perhaps
fatal burns were sustained todav bv
ft. A. Wilson, janitor of the Masonic
Temple building in n fire which dam
aged the structure to tho extent, nf
MO.oni). Austin Fox, elevator bew, was
iiaitiy seared about the face nnd hands
in ilraL'L'incf Wilson fmm tho ,o-.
ment of the building where the fire
started from a furnace.
Most of the damage was doe to
it I .iii' wns m'(,,,s'",.y to out n numerous places. An appropria
tion, he building before the flames tion of $500 for repairs and upkeep
!? ,' , n.l.'i 7 r'- T0 lmm"g ""-iwM made by the lust session of the
.nns about forty apartments, eight or ! legislature.
ten ottices, three stores and nn tin- i ""'!Lr.
dertnkmg establishment. .1,o00; Colitis' Fifteen Cent store 2,-
(',, .'..''''i'lVf!!,, forrr!' wprP: Tarlor ;.-i00; Crandull Undertaking company
uio.tr 1.14,00(1: ( rngin Variety store $5,000; damage to building $7,o00.
Miss A. McCulloch, Optometrist
used Upright Pianos from t
cannot tell it has been used 1
both in players and regular t
I State House To Have
Fire Walls In Attic
Workmen begun yesterday to ereetin,,'
fire walls in tho uttie, of tho state house
which will divide this part of the build
ing into four compartments for fiie
. my imu iour eouipurimeiits lor fi
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( XIl lnu u v en t 01 u i ii e reuen-
! inc tho miner unit of the l,il,li., ;t
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will be possible to confine it to one
wing or to one side of the wing and
the empty loft will not serve ns u hugo
chimney to spread the flumes through
out the entire upper part of the struc
ture. The walls ure being made of hol
low tile. A floor is being luid through
out the nttic also and will provide con
siderable npucc for storage of dead
documents nnd files of reports.
Tho painting of the two upper floors
has just been compelted. Last year tin
exterior of the builoing and tho fii it
floor interior were painted. The indi
viduals who insist in carving their init
ials upon every spot in the dome pos
sible will also be forestalled by the
lantern compartment boing encased in
sheet iron. Iii the littlo room nt the ex
treme top of the dome initials are
carved three or four deep in some
places and there is scarcely a sipmre
inch that does not give notice to the
ftict that "X Y Z" visited the dome
on a certain date.
lue lanterns will bo repaired nt the
time nee.nrilii.ir tn Heeietnrv of State 01-
The lanterns will bo repaired nt tin
cott, who is custodian of the building,
and the copper sheeting that encases th
domo will be repnired us it has worn
between eyes that are nn endless
source of puin and annoynm-e and
eyes which give full se'rviee nnd
the maximum of comfort is easily
PROPERLY riTTED GLASSES
Individual attention is our bobby.