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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY. RFPT 91 1915.
DR. FORD OFFERS
Financial Deal Causes Stormy
Debate In Methodist
SALE COMMENCES AT 9 a. m.
SATURDA Y SPECIALS
14c Daisy Cloth lie yd.
12 l-2c Outing Flannel 10c yd.
10c Outing Flannel 8c yd.
9c Outing Flannel ..... . . V2c yd
8c Outing Flannel V2c yd.
25c Colored Fancy Crepes 17c yd.
These are pretty fancy colors and dain
ty attractive patterns.
10c Silkoline 8c
35cBathRobe Material 25c
Many pretty patterns and
splendid quality 25c Satur
See our Guaranteed
Hose for Children. 15c and
18c Regular Price. To in
troduce them Saturday
only 10c a pair.
One cent per word each inser
tion. Copy lor advertisements n- 4
der this heading should be in by j
P. m, 2
4 FHOKB MAIN U. .
HABRT Windowcleaner. Phone 768.
OAK WOOD $5.25 a cord. Phono
FIR WOOD $3.50 per cord. Phono
OLD LUMTiER for sale, cheap. Call
430 Court street. tf
GIRL WANTED For chamber work
at Capital Hotel. tf
SEVEN ROOM furnished house for
rent. Phone "4." tf
J'Olt SALE Team, harness and light
wagon. Phone 2394R. 8ept24
WANTED Sinqlo person's lnnndring.
1035 S. Cam 'I street. Sept24
FOR RENT Rooms far house keeping,
furnished. Phone 2093M. tf
THOROUGHBRED White Leghorn
hens for sale. Phone 21F3. Sept24
WILL HAVE AT PUBLIC MARKET
Saturday, tine dressed hens. Scpt23
WANTED Two dozen Leghorn pullets
at market price. Phone 2167J. Sept24
WANTED Wood to saw, 45 and 50e
per cord. Two cuts. Phone 521R
FOR SALE Choice pointer dogs, train
to field work. Phono 24-F-2. Chas.
l!LACKBERRIES--25c per gallon, de
livered. Phoue or call. Royal bakery.
Phone 378. tf
WANTED TO TRADE Cows for wood
cutting. Address "T" Route 1, box
4-C, Turner. Sept25
WASHING AND LAUNDRY by tho
dav or hour, or will take work home.
Wit Mill street. Scpt24
Sl'ITS CLEANED FOR TUB FAIR
Cleaned and pressed $1.00. l'ressed
Sue. Phone 500. Sept25
WANTED To work for board and
room. Young man attending school.
Used to hard work. Phone 402. tf
KM, KM CHIMNEY SWEEP Estab
lished 1909, chimneys and furnaceB
cleaned and repaired. Eave troughs
cleaned. Phone 19. 8ept25
K00M8 FOR RENT Two pleasant
rooms, modern in every rcspecet, 4
blocks north of state house, 1-2 block
from carline, terms to suit. 840
Union street. tf
POR RENT 240 acres dairy farm,
stock for sale, consisting of cows,
horses and hogs. Plenty of feed for
the winter. See Jacob Co., Bayne
Kldg., 341 State street. tf
HDKR APPLES WANTED The Gid
eon Stolz Co. will pay fash for apples
offered up to IVeember 15th. Also
make cider on share. Octl
money to loan i,ooo up to io,-
0K), on improve farms. Tiios. A.
Roberts, 2o V. 8. National Bank
Hldg., 8lem, Oregon Oct.15
WANTED by experienced men, dairy
ranch to take charge of cither on
salary or shares; must be near school
Address W. P, H., eare Journal. 24
ItONEY TO LOAN On improTed
farms at 7 per cent annual interest.
I am representing the Commerce Safe
Deposit k Mortgage Co. of Portland,
cregon. Quick delivery of money,
"rite me or call at aMrion oHtel. F.
J. Merger, Balcm, Oregon. tf
LADY DESIRES POSITION as book
keeper, experienced. Address 534 N.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS One
down stairs. 486 N. Liberty. Phone
FOR SALE I will sell my 40 acres
with stock, implements, and crop. Ad
dress "T" Route. 1, box 4-C, Turner.
ACREAGE for town propety or team,"
wagon, harness and difference. Ad
dress A. C, care Journal. Scpt27
FOR RENT 5 room houso, two lots,
large barn, chicken house and park.
$10.00 a month. Inquire 1415 N. 4th
street. s 8ept30
FOR SALE Fir, oak and ah wood, for
Particulars phone ilFll or address W.
I. Kgun, Gervais, Route 2, Box No.
JUST COME HOME from Portland
with 1200 spring chickens for the
fair and now fried at Fred's night
lunch. Sept 25
MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 to $10,000,
7 per cent, on good farm security.
Sco Scott & Hyuou, 124 South Lib
erty street. . ' Scpt27
FOR SALE Ouo fresh Jersey cow.
good milker, gentle. One Jersey
heifer, fresh in January, very gentle.
One fine Berkshire brood sow. Cheap.
Route 3, box 119. 8ept27
FOR-SALE OR RENT 1HO acres near
South Silver Creek Falls. 8 acres
cleared, rent can be paid in work,
(iood stock range all under fence.
Luther Meyers, Hospital Station, Sa
lem, Oregon. SopKIO
District Sunday School
Convention at Rickey
To hold the record of having the
largest attendance of any rurnl Sunday
school district in the world is surely a
great honor. This record was made last
March when there was an attendance of
1,200 at the Hnyesville district Sunday
school convention held at Chcmawn.
Next Sunday, the Hnyesville district
Sunday school convention will be held
at Rickey, and it is expected that a
largo attendance will bo present from
the east side of the district.
Harry E. White is president of the
district, with W. A. Jones, vice-president.
The secretary is Miss Sylvia
Jones. Miss Mabel Willinms is mis
sions and Christian stewarship secre
tary. The complete program for next Sun
day at Rickey is as follows:
10:00 Devotional services.
10:15 Building With Thought
Miss Laura Heist, Snlem
Special music School
11:10 What Is Ynur Pnrt in the
Work Today! ... Rev. F. Hall Reeves
12:00 Basket dinner.
1:15 Business session and reports of
MONDAY Cpn 27
EVE NINO Ocp 6l
The Croat Five-Sur Cut
ftTKOMS W. KCSS
ft LAURA HOPE CREWS
Seat Sale September 23.
Prices 75c to $2-00
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
TRY SALEM FIRST
balcm caamiMMt club
2:00 Soul-Winning in the Sunday
Rev. Hurry E. Marshall, Salem
2:40 Round Table, conducted by Dr.
II. C. Epley, Salem.
Song by Mixed Quartet
Miss Olive Clark, Portland
How to Destroy Catarrh
Germs and End Catarrh
A Specialist's Advice.
Catarrh is a germ disease and the
only way to cure it so it will stay
cured and never come back is to kill
and drive out of your system the
catarrhal germs which have found
lodgement there. When the germs go
the. catarrh will stop. The trouble
with most treatments, like sprays.
salves, creams, greasy balms, lotions,
etc., is that they give only temporary
relief bv opening np for a while the
clogged head, throat and nostrils. In
a little time the catarrh comes back as
bad as ever.
People who suffer continually from
catarrh should drop such temporary
makeshifts and get something that
really gets atthe root of the disease
and stamps it out. There 'is nothing
belter for such esses than breathing
I into your nose and lungs the pleasant
isootiniig, Healing, gorm destroying air
I or Jiyomei (pronounced High-o-me)
I made from purest oil of Eucalyptus
and combined with other powerful
'healing, antiseptic and gorm destroying
I ingredients. Hyomei penetrates and
' heals the inflamed swollen memhrancB
; of your nose and throat, atops dis
charges, clears the passages and com-
j pletcly overcomes the disease by de
I stroying its cause. For catarrh germs
i cannot live in your body after Ilyomai
reaches them. Daniel J. Fry and many
other gool druggists in Salem and
vicinity have long sold Hyomei on a
I positive guarantee of successful results
jor money back and find this generous
j policy pays. Most druggists are now
: giving a pocket inhaler made from hard
j rubber with every complete treatment
i sold. This makes a very simple, easy
and convenient as well as a thoroughly
reliable means of treating by the best
known method this dangerous and often
Charged With Murder
Seattle. Wink.. Pent" kin fiol
,oy, the merchant 's policeman who is
imn-gtni id nave nren ine snot early
j Sunday that killed Carl Frisscll, 17
i years old. was charged in a criminal
information filed in superior court to
idav by Prosecutor Lundin with second
' 1TIW miirilr
Gouley and City Policeman G. N.
Norton had been chasing another mo
torcycle a few minutes before, and has
fired several shots. While Norton was
nt a Patrol box. it is alleged Gouley
shot Frisscll. thinking he was one of
New York State Officials
- Injuredjn Auto Smash
Portland Or., Sept. 24. Secretary of
Ptito Francis M Hugo and Deputy
Stae Controller James A. Wendell,
both rf New York, are en route to San
Krsineiirt today despite painful injuries
s'lHininid in an automobile accident.
Ar(f nif anicd by their families tho
Empire state officials were touring the
city in a sightseeing far late yester
day when it became unmanageable,
ran dewn 1 steep grade crashed through
a ficki t li nee and came to a standstill
in the sunken garden of the Theodore
I!. Wilcox grounds.
Ileff' was badly bruised and Wendell
'cs'iiined a sprained thumb.
After tihvsicians had attended them
the New Vcrkers left for the exposition
city lat night.
Roseburg, Ore., Sept. 24.' I have
been, involved in charges which are
meant to show questionable financial
dealings, and which, if founded, would
result in serious injury to my reputa
tion," Dr. T. B. Ford, of Oregon City,
declared yesterday, as he faced several
hundred ministerial delegates in attend
ance at the annual conference of the
Methodist Episcopal c?.urch.
Supreme silence followed. Dr. Ford
continued: "I declare to the open con
ference and before God that these
charges are false and I know too well
my service to the church to implicate
myself in such affairs."
Although admitting openly that his
son, O. F. Ford ,of Portland, had be
come obligated to Robert C. Motor, a
member of tho Columbia conference, in
the sum of $9,000, Dr. Ford said he was
not involved to the extent of a cent.
Secretary Compares Statement.
Here Dr. Rarick, the secretary of the
conference, then confessed to having
made statement sregnrding Dr. Ford 's
reputed troubles. h contended that
hut statements were justified by a let
ter he had received from Mr. Mutor.
Although intimating that this letter
contained authority for his remarks,
Dr. Rarick refused to make its eon
tents known either in ojieu conference
or at a private meeting of lending
churchmon that followed.
It was said here tonight that other
persons in attendance at the conference
have copies of the letter in possession
of Dr. Rarick and that If contains noth
ing detrimental to Dr. Ford.
Bishop Calms Debate.
"Let us have peace and quietness,"
interposed Bishop Cook at this stage tf
the proceedings. Various suggestions
were then made for finnl determination
of the matter, the bishop pointing ont
three ways of hearing each side of the
One was to appoint a select commit
tee to make an investigation, another
to appoint a commission, while the
third was to debate in executive ses
sion. Bishop Cooke urged that there
be as little disturbance as possible and
tho matter wbb dropped.
As the suggestions for disposing of
tho controversy were being discussed
tho following letter written by Robert
Motor, and addresseo to I)r, Ford was
rend in open conference:
"Hope, Idaho, Aug. 10. To Whom It
May Concern: Having learned that it
has been circulated that the Rev. T. B.
Ford had borrowed of me $!000 and had
failed to pay it, I wish to state that
such is wholly untrue. It wus his sou.
O. F. Ford, to whom I loaned the money,
the doctor assuming no responsibility
whatsoever in the matter.
Character Testimony Given.
"I would sny also thnt I have been
acquainted with Dr. Ford since Feb
ruary, 1S72,' at which time I was
licensed to preach, he being the presid
ing elder of the quarterly conference
and appointed ine to a work in his dis
trict. From that time we became more
and more intimate and quite closclv as
sociated in the work of the ministry so
that in my home, in his home, in camp
and in journeying on horsolrk, by
coach and rail, 1 never heard him my
or do anything inconsistent with the
most gentlemanly chnrnetor, and lis
presiding elder, or pastor, ever to mis
treat or injure nnv person.
"I gladly give this testimony to the
good character ot Dr. lord, and hold
it a privilege to have had the favor of
his acquaintance and friendship.
"ROBERT C. MOTOR."
Rev. E. C. ('line and Dr. Clarence
True Wilson Inn I much to do in restor
ing harmony. Dr. Cline confessed to his
blunder in repenting the purported
transaction after hearing about it.
.Bishop's Relative Dies.
Dr. James Moure, of the Snlem dis
trict, reported that 30 new buildings
had been erected under his supervision
the past year, iie luding eight parson
ages and 11 new churches. He said
the property hud incrensed tlOO.OOO in
vnlne, and 1,500 members had been
added to the church. At this after
noon 'a "session Bishop Cooke received
telegram announcing the death of his
sister-in-law, Miss Lizzie Fisher.
The feature of last night's session of
the conference was tho address by Dr.
Clnrcnco True Wilson.
White and Black Face Artists 7
First Run Pictures
From the famous piny by O. T. 4
Dnxcv, Author of
"IN OLD KENTUCKY"
A Special Feature Picture
THE TAMING OF MARY
Nestor Comedy featuring
MATINEE 2:00 TO 5:00
I WEXFORD THEATRE
t ALWAYS lO CTS. 1
"Seems Like Old Times"
Said one of our clerks yesterday, after selling a number of hat and shoe
Business is certainly much on the gain, and we have an idea that the
attractive stock we are showing this Fall is one of the reasons why we are
British Horse Transport
Sunk By Submarine
Washington, Sept. 24. The British
horse transport Auglo-Coliimbian was
sunk by a submarine at 0:110 o'clock
this morning en route from Moutreal,
Consul Frost at (Jueenstown cabled the
Frost reported that tho vessel was
given warniug before she was torped
oed, anil that the crew hnd ample time
to take to the boats. No casualties re
sulted. Six Americans were nmong the crew.
The transport halted after an excit
ing chase of 78 miles, when the cnplain
saw that he had no chance to escape.
Officials regarded tho incident as
tending to prove the sincerity of fler
innny's claims that she would give
warning to vessels beforo torpedoing
them, though in this instiiiico there was
doubt that warning was required in
view of the vessel's apparent attempt
Missouri Pacific Wreck
Kills Several Trainmen
Omaha, Neb., Kc t. 24; Misunder
standing of orders, according to .Mis
soi.ri I'lii-ilic officials, was responsible
today for a crush lietweeu a south
bound passenger train and a north
bound freight at ( )i cnpolis, Nebrnslui,
which resulted in the death of If, C.
((odium, of Kimsiis City,- passenger
fiiei -inn, iiml the laliil injury of M.
.Sherlock, ot Kansas City, vclurau pas
I' wis bi'lii'Vi'il mi pnssengers were
killed, though several were hurt, lloth
Ccgini". Wo'ie ilemiilishil.
Sherlock died later of his injuries,
and Kxpirss Messenger Cotton was so
h ully hi.it that he may dio.
I. Wilson, of Fulls City, Nebraska,
biiiki mail, was the only member of the
freight train crew 1o perish.
'I hi' u "senger train was going 40
miles an hour, while the freight was
r liking fifteen. When tho crash camo
one ol the engines exploited.
A gold rooster piny ill five purts,
adapted from the great play of the
same name by Paul Armstrong and Win
iliell Smith, featuring (iuil Kane and
liruce McKue, Supported by Paul Mc
Allister and a splendid cast.
Marsh, a draughtsman in tho gun fnc-
fnctory of Jidin Durnnt, is swindled by
Kdwnrd Piiikney, Durnnt 's general man ,
ager, out of the huge royalty to be '
paid should a gnu of .Marsh's invention
prove a success. Piiikney loves Muisie,
but is outrivuled by I.ieut. Soiners, U.
Homers also has Invented a gun which
lie gives to be east to tho Duruut Iron
Works, and which, if successful will do
Piiikney out of his expected graft on
the Marsh invention. Pinkney takes .
good earn that the Soiners gun is
"killed" in making. Ho then mis
represents Homcs to Muisin and her
father, and though Muisiu loves the
lieutenant, she feels she must give him
up. Accompanied by her mother and
Piiikney, she goes in the Durnnt yacht
for a cruise. The boat hits a mine,
and in the rush to leave her, Maisie is
trapped in the wireless room. She
sends out the H. (). S. signal taught
her by I.ieut. Soiners. The lieutenant,,
aboard a I'. rf. cruiser, arrives at the
side of the doomed snip Just In time to
make a sensational rescue. Will be
shown tomorrow, Sunday, and Monday
at Ye Liberty theatre. , j
ALBANY FACTOBY PROSPERS.
Albany, Or., Sept. 24. Tho Veal
chair factory of this city has changed
from nn eight to a ten hour shift. This
Is the ret ii It of good business. Tim
change has served to spread optimism
among local nifliinfacluring concerns.
LF, flATE September 17. to the wife
of il, M. 14 Onte, of Yrela, a duugh
Made by the most reliable manufacturers in America
A Specialty of Up-to-Date Young Men's Clothing
THE TOGGERY" 167 COMMERCIAL ST.
Captain Yon Papcn Won't
Talk Abouridiotic Yanks"
San Francisco, Sept. 21. Dodging all
questions about his designation of,
Americans ns "idiotic Yankees," Cap-j
tain Von Pnpen, Herman embassy nt-j
tache, "in bad" with this government:
for letters sent to Kurope by Ameri-!
can Correspondent Archibald, was here
incognito toduy. With him was Prince j
llat.feldt of the (ieriiian embassy. Vmi j
Pnpen registered as "Papo" while his!
companion used the unassuming title!
of "Mr. HaUfeldt."
The attache indicated he was on nj
"leave of absence" but whether this'
was to bo permanent und bo virtually a j
recall by Ambnssador Von Hemstorff
he would not say.
I'nitcd States secret officers were I
reported to have their eyes on Von '
Papon's moves. Ho is reportd to plan
a trip to Mexico. j
Los Angeles Times: We don't be-;
lievo thnt sueeotiiHh has nn enemy in
the world. i
TODAY OREGON T0M0RR0W
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Three Added Attractions
SUNDAY Theda Dara
the Man Who Cares"
Salem Only by Us.
New Candidates In Field '
For City Councilmen
Four candidates hnre filed petitions)
signifying their intention to enter tho
nice for positions in the city council
next year, (leorgo J. Wilber declared
his intention toduy to be a candidate
for alderman of tho Fifth ward and
Levi AlcCrackeii, present incumbent ami
representative of this snuio ward haa
filed his completed petition for his re
election to thut offlco.
T. J. Kress would oppose .Tames Me
Clellitiid In the Sixth ward for the of
fice of alderman. Mr. McClelland haii
nlso filed his petition declaring his In
tentioii to be a cundidato for re-election.
Frank S. Ward, who snt In the council
for a short timo this yeiir from tho
Fourth ward, is now n resident of tho
Second ward and has filed his petition
at the office of the city recorder. V.
V. Von Kscheu is tho present incum
bent whose term will expire Jununry 1.
in "THE TWO ORPHANS"