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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1915)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPT. 27, 1915.
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$ 2.50 Bags $1.98
$ 1.00 Bags 74c
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THIS IS A GREAT
You will be extremely
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"The Hearieltaw Tonight at the Grand
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Good Roads Boosters
Will Gather at
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Always the Best Pictures
Under New Management
BIG SPECIAL PRODUCTION
IN FIVE PARTS
Featuring the Two Greatest Screen Stars
Cathrine Countiss and Lionel Barrymore
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Mablo Taliaferro, who appears In person with the five-star agiogaticn present
ing "The New Mem'ietta" it the Gran a tonight.
Oregon good mails enthusiasts will
assemble at 10 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing in the auditorium at the state fiitr.
where the good roads day Program will
be given. From all indications the
meeting will draw hundred from all
sections of the state. Julius L. Meier,
of I'ortland, who will bo chairman of
tlie day, has promised to allow all per
sons who have some definite plan of
state wide road construction, to pre
sent their propositions. Itv inviting
suggestions and discussing various
phases of the subject it is hoped to ar
rive at an understanding as to a de
fined procedure in practical road plan
ning and road legislation in Oregon.
Special invitations have been ex
tended to public officials and promin
ent men throughout t "no stnto to at
tend the meeting. These include Gov
ernor Withyeninbe, Secretary of State
Olcott, State Treasurer Kay and mem
bers of tho state highway commission
and the advisory board.
It ,is expected tluit several well
known road, workers of Portland will
be present, including S. C. Lancaster,
engineer of the Columliia River high
way, .lohn H. 1 eon, rondmaster of
Multnomah county, S. Benson, A. S.
Benson, and batmiel Hill. A delegation
from the I'ortland Luamber of loin
merce hIso will attend.
V. V. Myers, editor of Mntnroad, nr
ived in Salem tins afternoon as a spe
iiil delegate trom the Chamber of I'om-
nerce to assist .1 working out details
i'nr tomorrow's program.
French Advance In
Desperate Straggle Today 1 1
(Continued from rage Ono.)
from Athens was immediately forwarded
to the Greek minister who is in New
The legation said that tho call would
bo made immediately through (ireek
newspapers. About fj.l.OOO reservists are
Simultaneously the Bulgarian lega
tion received word to call all reservists
in America between the ages of 21 audi
FAIR WEEK !
BUY FROM THE
FOR MEN AND BOYS
A good play is always welcome to can stage is better qualified to give iMlWIJIJ CnCalJ HlVPC
him who feels, if he does not know, I the droll distinction and humor the , flUllo CtlKtClu 1iVCo
that there is no art quite equal to stage author intended. .Mai lyn Arbackle is
art for refreshing the spirit of a way I the selection for the fashionable doin
faring mortal. It is cheering newsinie who puts tho zest of living into
to read that one is to be offered here 'his work of Baving. Laura Mope Crews
for our enjoyment. appears as the1 ch'iiming widow, and
And the pleasure is doubled by the i has inspired the raviewers to write
announcement of a star' cast, one of ! many positive lines of appreciation,
wiiich could not be or would not be as-j Mablo Taliaferro, the of I'olly of the
sociatcd with other than a congenial , Circus, Springtime, and Young Wisdom
part. It means the piece mnse be, very
effective in character roles (and it is),
and that the fame parts have a singu
fame, is the bewitching engeaue of the
romance. What more could a critic
and patron ask for the best expression
lar appeal to the star actors concerned. ! of this sunlit comedy, The Henrietta
This is just the enviable .status of
things in the forthcoming engagement
of "The Henrietta," scheduled for
this city tonight. Tiiis is the best
comedy written by Bronson Howard,
and was first, prodnecu by Kobsou and
Crane, when that fun mnking firm was
than a east of individual fitness of t'.iix
Here is the" piny of demonstrated
worth, . refreahed and refurbished by
Winchell Smith and Victor Mnpcs to
harmonize with another generation, ami
interpreted by actor stnrB perfectly
at the heiuht of its eaieer. It made suited to the parts liiey assume.
them and tke author a fortune. Wil- Tho sequel f thin combination is a
liam 11. ( ra ie is the only ono of the iir.iquoly delightful Hud satisfying per-
trio left, and he is now gleefully en-1 formance, and a toll of business unlike
acting his original role of a lion of
Wall Btreet. Thomas V. Koss is easU
as Uertie Iho Lamb, Robson 's old part
and no young comedian of the Ameri-
anything known for a long time.
"Too New Henrietta. will be pre
sented at the (iriiiul Opera House on
Monday evening, September -7th.
Through Windshield and
Escapes Serious Injury
Our Fall Opening takes
place this week and we
have on display the very
latest models in Clothing
and Furnishings to fill
your immediate needs.
$10 and $15
Our stock is absolutely
new and up to date, in ex
treme as well as conserva
tive models. For High
Grade Clothing at low
grade prices call on
The House That Guarantees Every Purchase
COR. STATE AND LIBERTY STS.
Pony Contest Now On Votes With Every Purchase
illis Scofield, the 1.1 year old son
. V. Scofield, of Marion, whle rid
his bicycle on North Commercial
ticet at 5:110 yesterday afternoon was
hit by an imtomobilo and thrown
through the windshield and when he re
covered from the shock of Iho collision
ho found himself standing on tho mu
ni ig board of the opposito side of tho
The boy suffered two gashes in his
scalo and another gush that began at
his jaw bone and extendod down his
WORK OF I. W. W.
neck to tho collar bono barely miss
ing the jugular vein. Tho auto brought j
him to Hr. (larnjobst's office where j
his woundH were dressed and he was.
sent to tho hospital for tho night. Tho ;
hoy was riding north on Commercial i
rXmllrrid out d tafron;. "KM. U is believed the fire, are
of him and thev smashed together. The 'work of members of tho L w. W. as all
Modesto, Cal., Sept. 27. Hundreds of
:tons of hay have boeu destroyed by
! lire near Modesto in the last few
number of the car was taken by tho
boy and the records show that it He
longs to Klnn Copenhagen, of Portland,
have been of incendiary origin. Ilia
sheriff is scouring the country for sus
pects. , , ei
Heavy Buying Renewed
On Wall Street Today
(Copyright 1915 by the New York
New York, Sept.-27.ln view of the
speculative excitement of several days
past, tho renewed heavy outside buy
ing today was not especially surprising.
As a matter of fact, tho momentum of
the market was emphasized by the days
Tho morning papers contained def
inite reports that Impont and lictulc
"ncm Steel interests had bought con
trol of the Haldwin locomotive company
whose "war eo-.itrn.cts" have been ex
tensive. Simultaneously came news of
allied successes on tho western front.
Tho sentimental effect of the Bald
win purchase lay in the fact that, to
the speculative mind it suggested a
possible general program .of amalgama
tions based on war munitions business.
This is always a possibility wiiich api
peals to Wall street, and especially in
it present mood. Only in the closing
hours did prices show signs of reaction.
Realizing sales were heavy, but tne
market took them without a sensational
break. Hales ran far above 1,U()0,0UU
THY A JOUETIAI. CLASSIFIED AD
THEY ABE BUSINESS GETTEE8
ONE CENT A WOED.
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THE GREATEST OF THEM ALL
Face That the Continent is Talking
The Remarkable Success
THE TWO ORPHANS
THE VAMPIRE WOMAN AS A SISTER
Special Vaudeville .
Late of England Concert Halls
"I'M GLAD MY WIFE'S IN EUROPE"
So Says Our Dusky Friend
Clever Monolgue and Musical Numbers.
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ostein $z Greenbaum
The new store at the old location. Con
venient and pleasant place to trade.
Big assortment of new merchandise.
The Misses Hamilton and Davenport of the ew Frank Rich Company.
WTf:H no. RIVES FINE SHOW. .robe are as good as ever seen in any of
I With an entirely new chorus, ami the high class mini snows and tne wnoie
(several new principals, the Frank Hn-h production is the same as was uscu hi
Co. opened a nights' engagement at; Portland. Messis. Burton, Knignt, on
Ithe'ltllgh theatre yesterday to thre'ijfer ami Kvans are stiK strong favor
capacity houses. This company is bylites and the Misses llamiltou, (lardincr
ifnr the rv best organization that Schiller, and Davenport, were henr.l in
j.Mr. Hich lias ever had, and also the. five musical numbers and all wore
(largest. The company is composed of , stunning gowns, ir yon want to reanj
! twenty people ami tno oiieiung miii,
"The (irent White Way" is' surely
worth seeing. The scenery and ward
en joy a gooil snappy snow anil near
tho latest music, and have a hearty
laugh, by all means go to the itligh.
Millinery department in rear room now
running at full capacity Right up to
the minute in styleExpert trimmers.
Big assortment of velvet tarns.
ATTRACTIONS AT TE LIBERTY.
In keeping with its standard of pre
senting alwuys the best pictures, Ye :
Liberty will offer ti its second feature ;
photodrania under new management the
tense emotional story of a woman's
soul barred to the quirk, aptly named, !
"A Modern Magdalen.'! j
Jn selecting a cast for this elaborate.
photoplay the Lifa I'hoto Film com-1
I pany selected athorine Countiss, one!
ff of t'ne brightest lights of the molern I
stage, anil Lionel Jlarrymore, a nun i
favorite for many years. This happy j
! combination of stage and screen is sup-
ported by a rniit of wonderful excel-
ilence, and the produrtioa has created I
a far greater sensation in picture eir- j
Iclcs than any of the releases of the.
' past season. ;
! This pnxliiction will be presented to-.
I morrow, (Tuesday, eud Wednewlay, at i
regular prices and special comedy at
tractions will rouad out the bill.
The Crest Five-Star Cart
ft Win. H. CRASSE
ft THOMAS W. ROSS
ft MJICLTH MEUCKLE
ft LAURA KQFE CREWS
Beat Bale September 23,
Prices 7&o to 12.00
2 pairs of pants
$3.00 a Suit and up
$4.25 A SUIT
Extra Heavy all Wool Suit$
2 pair pants $5.00
Big Assortment of
Cotton Blankets, 75c and up
Blankets, 60x76, $1.00 pair
Blanket?, 64x80, $1.25 pair
Blankets, 72x80, $1.50 pair
The biggest on the market
240-246 North Commercial Street
If it's for $alc, a
Want Ad will Bell it.
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