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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1915.
CAE OL B.
This evening at eight o'clock in thciSalem, having frequently been guests
auditorium of the educational building, I at tho homo of Mrs. John Huberts, a
tb Oregon state blind school will stage
the operetta, "The Outlaws of Etti
qoetta, " which was to successfully giv
ea by the school last spring. Miss Mar
euerite Mower, Salem's sweet and tal
ented singer will play the part of the
.leading lady, wmle Kuymond ieahey,
Wbo has sung both in Portland and oa
lem, will take the part of the King of
The cast of characters and special
musical numbers in the operetta are as
Kndolph, King of 1'annonia
Theirezaire, Chief of tne Outlaws ....
- Wendell Helm
Motto, His Lieutenant .. Frank Sanders
Unono. the Lord High Keeper of the
Hook of Ktiquctte .. Harry llcrnstein
Goawai, Prime Minister of Paunouia
- Mark Duedall
Gobon, the King's Jester
- Marion Yantis
Veronica, Princess and -Ruler of Ar-
casia Marguerite Flower
Mary, her footer sister Veda Miller
liorus of outlaws and village girls
Chorus, "Sing hey for tho life of an
Chorus of girls, "Come, companions,
Jet's bo gay."
Holo, "Who comes this way."
Holo. The Mountain Maid, "I come
v Chorus and solo, "Did Vnu ever see
Holo, "It Isn't Ktiouofta."
Holo and chorus, "Jt seems that Hie
Duet, "That clay I sjient with you."
Holo and chorus, "Welcome to the
Mary and chorus of girls, "Come all
maidens. ' '
Hesitation and song "Rudolph, What
, Trio, "I can only conjecture."
1 Holo and chorus, "M,y friouds, I
Winn iu BliruK 10 yOU, '
' Duet, "I would not I
imr nnnnol "
bo a little dane-
, Holo and chorus, "Hurrah! hurrah!
The tyranny is pant."
. March and finale, "8eo npprooching
ur lovely quoen.i'
Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Killgoro of Tort
land, attended the fair and visited Mr.
ad Mrs. N. T. Hollyer, of SBmn
Heights, the fore part of the week. Otli
r guests at the llellver home who vit
Med the fair on Halem anil 1'ortland
days, are Mr. aud Mrs. A. II. Brown,
Miss Jessie Fox, of Portland, is the
Buest over fair weok of Miss Mnblc
Mover at her home on the Wallnco
The residents of Salem Heights
Mowed their loyalty to tieir home
town and their appreciation of a spe
cial day for Halem people yesterday by
the attendnni'o of practically all Ha
lem Heights avenue dwollers, at tho
fair during tho dny.
In honor of Mis.i Vernetta Riekot'i
liirthitay Mondny, Miss Georgia House
ud Miss Barbara Livingston entertain
ed with a four course dinner at the
home of Mrs. L, H. llurkheud, of Mon
mouth. Covers were laid for five, tho
out of town guest, being Miss Hara
Jones of Portland. The tublo and tne
rooms wore attractively deconited with
autumn leaves. After dinner a pleas
ant hour was spent at the piano. Those
present were: Misses Mary House, Ver
netta Ilicket, Hnnili Jones, tleorgia
Jlouso and Barbara Livingston.
Mrs. Win. Htiiiger, of Portland, spent
yesterday In Halem as the guest of her
"ister, Mrs. A. J. Muiiroe, Mis. Htaiger
and her husband are former well known
Kalem residents having lived here un
til very recently when business inter
) of Mr. ritaiger called them to
l ortland. 1 hev are domiciled at the
s srnviow noiei or that city.
une ot tne novel features of the
wiorning programs at the fair is the
informal talk given in social renter tent
n "nip ground at l u. m. Tho ad
dress tomorrow morning will be of spc-
rial interest to women, as Mrs. William
J . iru will talk o.i Re flux raising iu-
tusiry and what it means to the wo
meu of Oregon, both Industrially and
la inn home life. Mrs. Uird is well
qualified to uposk on that topic, as she
nsa niailo a comprehensive nt ml v of
flai industry In this state mid is a
pgnlred atituorlty on the subject.
. Mr. and Mrs, Claude Hlade, of Bil
verton are being felicitated upon the
arrival or a son, w illliun djUctte Hliide,
Mondny, Heptember twenty seventh;
Mr. and Mrs. Hlsde are well known In
Olros a bHtllnnt stosty shine thai
nor nti jwn en or ousl orr flint
niiMlt to llidion-lli.l liuii uuf
uiaM tun at any eur.
Black Si!k Stove Polish
U In a rUu hr uf. li't mur
Hutu tHHtw mtlftit.
TrrH m tmr
liW law ImOMi rl
1 II I mrr-riminii wiiwpiiiiiiiiiwjn....j
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sister of Mr. blade.
Tomorrow the music at the fair will
number several popular selections, as
the Business Men's Quartet will sing
"Over the Hills to Mary" at the races
in the afternoon, accompanied by the
band. And in the evening at the audi
torium in the new pavilion, the Ladies'
Htate Fair Glee will give the "Rosary"
by Nevin and the Business Men's Quar
tet will sing "Till the Bands of the
Desert Grow Cold" by Ball.
The Oregon Congress of Mothers mny
well feel indebted to tho Halem mer
chants for one of the prettiest booths
in tho educational building as the fur
nishings were contributed by tho local
merchants and arranged byO. P. Fox,
the decorntor. The booth is located to
the right of tho main entrance on the
east and attracts the eye of the visitor
immediately on entering, with its deli
cat pink and snow white fittings,
which might well be likened to the,
uiiiiii.y lurnisnings or a young girl a
boudoir. But such spurts of the im
agination are at once checked by tho
sight of a largo banner hearing tho
words, Oregon Congress of Mothers
and Parent-Teacher association. An
other glanco ot the booth and the ta
bles of neatly piled literature, the
model equipments for demonstrating
tho proper care of children, judicata In
stead, tho domain of science clothed In
its most hygenic garb. The booth oc
cupies a space, forty three by fifteen
feet, and is the coiistant center of a
shifting throng of on lookers, eager to
lenrn and see for themselves the meth
ods of tho organization. Tho Oregon
Congress of Mothers will hold their an
nual sluto convention. October "(V In
Corvnllis. A popular adiiinrt to tfci
main booth of the Oregon Congress of
Mothers is tho kindergarten conducted
in an adjoining room by Miss Nellie
Hsebero. Winning tots of all sizes art
lott to whilo awny a varying length of
time, -with fnseinntir.ir color..,! i,.,iiu
and aremtecture of the building block
variety. That tho weo folk are en
grossed to an amazing extent is seen
wnen tne mot hers grasp the absorbed
kindergartners by tho hand and tear
them, most reluctant, from nil .nn.,,...,.
of pursuit, towards the less engaging
r.,.n,.,-, , , inline alio neii, tirnwn
ups themsolve.i mav I hi
odd momenta in the' kindergarten booth,
smilingly watching the antics of the!
unison, cnui.hy li 1 1 to folk, seated on
the low benches, lininir the sld,.. f tl..
miniature tables. The Oregon Congress
of Mothers' bootli is in chnriTo t ki..
llttltio L. Vail, of Portland, . .'
ent worker in that organization.
I)r. M. J. Hutler, of Independence,
Is in tho city today.
Mrs. AV. J. Itarhnm was in the city
yesterday, from Dallas.
U. II. F.rnost, of Ht. Paul, was among
tho fair visitors yesterday.
W. I). Laugliary, of Oregon City, is
B state fair visitor for the week. '
v. n. Jicncer
of Rosediilo, is
hern today on busi-
George H. Htivnge, or Newport, Is here
today to take part in the Llk celebra
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Bcnke, of Florence, are
hero today, the guests of Fred 1
1. A. AVebh, of Portland, is in the
city today the guest of his son, C. B.
Mrs. Frnnk Buck, of Portland, is in
the rity, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Miss Myrtle Hensel, of Portland, is
visiting in the city, the guest of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Browning left thir
morning for n month's visit with r,..
lives and friouds in Lewis, Kansas.
Mrs. Iluttie Campbell, Miss pearl
Campbell ami Chester Campbell, of Me
Miniiville, are visitors in the city foi
Mrs. h'llen Lane n ml daughter, Mrs
Margaret Htolr., of Portland, are in the
city this week iisultiiig with Hrs
Sleeves and Findlev.
Postmaster C. 11
ritimiirt. r vn,
Is in the city today attending a meeting
of the directors of the Will,,,.u, v.i
ley F.xposition association.
(I. W. Griffin, of Kiu'enn. U ;,, n,.
city today to attend tho meetiiiL' of Hi..
executive committee of the Willamette 1 "'"l,,n' """. ' friv in Sa
Valley Kxposition association I ,,,,n SH,"r'l".v Tm' ft,"',"l wl"
lr. George 0. Gaunt, of Hsrdin, Mor !? h,eld Saturday afternoon. Kev. II K.
row county, i. hr,,. .1. ..... ... . 1 'mbertou ofticiating. Burial will be
Dr li v i i n. " V
- --. . ..u,., fiuiin una rorin
erly u resident of this citv and a part
iier of Dr. Pound.
Kilgar Kowlaud, sou of L. H. Row
land, who has been spending the sum
mer months in the Couer d' Alone
mines, returned toduv and will take up
his studies at the Sulem high school,
Mr. and Mrs. 0, v. Lojnn, of port
land, Mr. and Mrs. R. o, Rector, of
Portland, niul Mr. ami Mrs. J. K. Mur
phy, of Lebanon, are Iu the citv todiiv,
the guests of Mr. and M,s. K, H. Riugo.
Alined and Sunk
Washington, Sept. SO. American Am
bassador Mary at Petrograd reported
to the. state deportment today the
American Vessel Vincent was' mined
and destroyed Monday off Cape Or
loff. The crew was saved, and three In
Jured members were treated at Arch
angel. offiehils said the loss would not pro
vide dirput with Russia but that
repMstiou would lie asked,
San Francisco Call: Thirty-one mem
bers of the California ravalrr of tie
Civil war ar still alive. Which r
'II tie old army auerv: MViio ever
raw a dead rivalry mitf "
SERBIAN COUNTESS JAILED
Count and Countess Kaittagvitch.
Hun Francisco. ( Seciul) Arrested
with his bride as spies by the authorities
in Sydney, Australia, whilo touring tm
world on their honeymoon, and released
after being detained and closely ques
tioned for twelve duys, a Serbian noble
man, M. Millnn Kaitcugvitch, Count do
Mouteforte, arrived here on the Union
liner Mouna on his way back to Bel
grade to fight for his country.
1 wicc has the count s honeymoon
trip around the world been interrupted
lnrce years ago, immediately alter
his wedding, he made a wager with
another Serbian nobleman that he and
his bride could tour round the world
on a motorcycle.
They toured through Turkey and
northern Africa when the count was
Overtaken by a messago from his gov
ernment, ordering him to join bis com
mand immediately, us war had broken
out with Turkey.
Tho count left leg was shattered
at the siege of Scutari, and as soon
as he was able to get out ot the hos
BUTTE At the home, 2H20 Lee street,
Thursday, September 30, 1915, Wil-
1J.! t tl A a if A n til Vrtli r
Funernl services will be held at 2
o'clock, Saturday ni'tcrnoon at tho
residenee. 2rtL'0 Lee street, with in
terment ill tho Odd Fellows' cem
etery. The Hev. George Taylor will
officiate at the funeral.
Surviving him, besides tho widow,
are Martha Findley Hudolnh, of San
,lose, t uliforuia, anil the following ctnl
ilreu, nil living in this city: William
Hut to, Christopher Bntte, Anna Butte,
Carl Butte nn.l Henry Butte. Wilholm
Butte was born in Germany on Feb. lit,
IM4 and crossed the plains in 1872.
For the past 13 years he has been
living in the viciuity of Sulem. He was
vice-president of the German society
in Salem nud a member of the Sons of
COGtiKSIIALI At tho home of C. H.
Kiliniindsou of South Commercial St.,
Tuesday, September 2S, 1!)1.) Triatian
( oguesiiall, nged si years.
lie was a retired bnuker, coming here
from Iowa, following the death of his
i wife, ten venrs nun. to make his homo
I w',h daughter, Mrs. Alice K. Kd-
imindson. Other Salem
viving him are Mrs. L, M. Kirk and
Mrs. Kstimr Miles, both being sisters-
111 l,,w' A ' l:- t'KKshall, of
ASIIBY ) the city, Thursday, Sep
tember 30, liH.y William .1. 'Ashby,
Jr., at the age of S.1 years. The boiiy
is in charge of Webb Clough, wait
ing the arrival of relatives from St.
IH.lt; H To Mr. and Mrs. Frank IV
Bligh, at the Sulem hospital, Thurs
day, September 30, iv15, a son.
BALH AN To Mr. aud Mrs. Kdward
hslhsn. of KUih North Commercial
street, Thuisday, Sritemler 80, ltllo,
a son, to he named Ralph.
BKINNER JLECAPTUKEa CUP.
Stockton, Cal.. S.pt, 30. J. f. Skin
ner, Stockton, today recaptured the
famous A'alvoliae cup for the Saera
meBto to Tallac, Lake Tahne, run for
which Motorist have been contending
several times annually for In aat
six year. Skinner, driving a Mitchell,
mad Ik run ia S hours ti miantee.
eltppiag seven minute from the retard
mail hr llarrv Arnold, of MaiMBt&
I this spiing.
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j fi, - -' fir
AS SPY '
OON; WAR CALLS HUSBAND
pital he and his bride again started
on their honeymoon, this time without
The countess is a writer and the
correspondent vOf the Vctchernje No
vosti, a Belgrade newspaper, a con
nection which got both of the travel
ers arrested as spies. They had taken
passage on the Btenincr Niagara for
Vancouver. ' -
The countess will now write an ac
count of the l'aniuiia-I'aeific exposition
for the Belgrade paper before the couple
continue their jonrney back to Serbia,
wncro tne count will again join his regi
ment and continue the interrupted
O. A. R. TO KANSAS CITY.
AVnshingtoa, Sept. 30. Kan
sas City, Missi-uri, was lOhoeen
today as the 1016 meeting
place of the G. A. R.
Chinaman Stole Art
Exhibits at Exposition
San Francisco, Sept. 30. Charged
with tho theft of $.'52,000 worth of
paintings which formerly hung ia the
Palace of Fine Arta at the exposition
ncre, and winch ho admits having dis
posed of to Charles Freer, a Detroit
millionaire, Lee Kce Son, a Chinaman,
was longed in mil here tolay.
Lee was brought here today from
Berkeley, where he was taken last night
for identification by the owner of the
paintings, L Sun Sii, of Berkeley.
At Iee's room, Jtlitt Post street, de
tectives took poi-sesSion of nearly $0,
000 worth of paintings and art works
which it is bclieveel Lee was about to
dispose of. In a handkershief taken
from Ue the police found C200 in
greenbacks, believed to be part of the
money l.u said he was defrauded of.
Cargo of Reindeer
Carcasses Reaches Seattle
Seattle, Wash., Slept. 30. The steam
ship Mihu 'I'lioinnson. Owned by the
Pacific. Const Cold Storage company of
.Mime, arrived Here at noon today with
a cargo of reindeer carcasses. The
shipment is the first of any Quantity in
a new Industry which the Nome men
believe will ultimately have the effect
of pounding down the price of beef and
other table uieuts.
The officers of the company declare
reindeer steaks can be "ld in Seattle
and the rest of the country cheaper
than beef. There were ninety carcassea
in the r.lihu Thompson's cargo.
The Pacific Const Cold Storage com
pany has several great herds of the
rem. leer feeding near Noma.
agatuat loaa of appatlU, psor dignities,
haadacha, liver or fcowtl trouble, try
It tones, strengthen aid Invigorate
tha entire system. Try it
Alleged Arson Gang
r n "l.u:
Oakland, Cat.,- Sept. 30 Charles
Chester Burright and his wife, alleged
leaders of the -inter-state arson ring
swindling insurance companies out of
40,00O in the past six years, today
faced preliminary examination before
Police Judge Weinmann.
(Simultaneously with the beginning
of the preliminary examination came
news from Los Angeles of the. arrest
of William O. Truox, aged forty-five,
an alleged accomplice in Los Angeles
fires netting a total of $2200 in insur
ance. The two fires occurred in 19H
at Tremont station, Los Angeles, when
a double house was fired by the Bur
rights and Truax, the Oakland police
Ahhoueh the Oakland polfce arc
bending every effort to locate James
M. Snyder, alias Selig and wife and
another unknown man, no trace of the
trio has been uncovered.
Evidence introduced in tne Burt-
right preliminary showed that the cou
ple purchased five gallons of turpen
tine shortly before the fire which de
stroyed the house at fifty-fifth and
Trumbull streets: that they had oc
cupied the house under the name of
Barnes and had collected l,uuu in
surance from the Home Insurance com
pany of New York. Tho presence of a
third man, who posed as the husbano
of Mrs. Burright when the statement
of loss was sworn to in the local of
fice of the insurance company, was re
vealed by Charles M. McOill, whose
father is district manager for the com
pany at Oakland.
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fflTTOT HnircE NEWS
jc VVUUI liVUULl ULillU
The open season for hunting Chinese
pheasant begins tomorrow and the coun
ty clerk's oftice was selling hunters
licenses by the wholesale. Yesterday 2(i8
were sold and it is expected that about
500 will pass over the counter before
the offices close tonight. There is con
siderable misunderstanding about the
laws relating to this vicinity and the
recent acts of the legislature. The Cap
ital game reserve was abolished but it is
unlawful to hunt on all state lunds and
also within the city limits or upon rail
road right of way or within the county
rond. Only one hen is allowed in a bag
limit of five birds for the day and only
two hens are allowed in seven consecu
tive duys. This means that if the hun
ter is caught with two hens in his game
sack he is "pinchea. "
Lottie L. Sherman has brought suit
against B. L. Harris in the circuit court
of this county to collect $7,200 dam
ages alleged to have been sustained in a
smashup of an auto and a motorcycle.
She states in her complaint that she was
riding her motorcycle on the Newport
road near the Toledo crossing in Lin
coln county when she met the defend
ant in his auto. She claims she dis
mounted and stood alongside tho road
to let him pass bnt he ran into her aud
she was seriously injured. She further
alleges that she was obliged to submit
to an operation and suffered other se
rious injuries. Carson & Brown of this
city are attorneys for the plaintiff.
A marringe license was sold today at
the office of the county clerk to Wil
liam M. Steels, a farmer of Turner wno
confessed to the age of 80 years, 11
months and 27 days. The bride was Mrs.
Arlita (Jolden, who is 76 years old and
a resident of Turner. Both had been
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Pruitlund, Or., Sept. 30. There is
quite an acreage of corn in this sec
tion. Farmers are beginning to know
the valuo of this cereal. It can be
used as a gfeen forage for milk cows
and is an excellent silage, and the ear
from tho green state to the mature is
line for pigs aud hens; and then johny
cake and corn dodger, and if you are
a nigger or even u white man down
south, hoe cake can be mentioned. It
used to be tnought corn could not be
grown for profit in Oregon. This is a
great mistake. This season your cor
respondent has raised as good corn as
any he ever saw, and ho has grown it
in the corn states of Iowa and Kansas.
Tuesday p ,m. Mrs. A, Doney, of
Drain, and daughter, Mrs. Bessie Bak
er, ot the Kickey district, called on old
friends and neighbors here.
A snort while ago Henry Smith and
N'elson Croshaw, popular young men
wherever known, ninde a trip to the
conH. It is reported they camped one
nigiit ia the neighborhood of Black
Kock back somewhere in the hills. They
were aroused from their slumbers by a
hugo black bear going through their
grub box. If there is anything in this
world Henry is afraid of it is a bear.
Hut Nelson being a member of the O.
N. ti. is supposed not to be afraid espe
cially when he thinks there is no dan
ger. I tut whether tho boys shinned it
up a tree or sung patriotic songs to
scare bruin away this reporter cannot
suy. At any late Henry is home and
glad to escape with his life, as he would
as soon meet a Herman submaritie as
encounter the hug of a Polk county
bear. As for Nelson I know, not what
has become of him as his home is at
present in the Battle Creek section ot
Monday Mrs. Nettie Miner aud sis
ter, Mrs. llvrta Murphy, of Portland,
and Henry McAllister, of Montavilla, a
brother, made a short call on relatives
A few days ago little Kasper An
dregg. of Salem, who was hurt at the
time his mother was killed on Asvluin
avenue by a street er a month "ago,
visited with the family of Mr. and Mrs.
P. J. Kgter, of Fruit land. Young Ras
ped had a very painful fracture of an
rin. The bone protruded through the
flesh and ia X Hy view was taken
so the doctor could iiow better how
Miss Avis Williams a few davs ago
had tiie misfortune to hv her buggy
vrvkea by coming ia contact with a'a
lulu ia Salem.
Walter Ransom sn.l Jo Fliegel, have
again takea tip their studies in aSlem
high school. Harlan ltransoa is alo
Salem Pay quit a eontlngent of
rraiiiaDaen alien. let in state fair
Sunday Mr. and Mra. P. J. Kgler at
Gold Dust brightens home wives' lives,
A it brightens fork and knives.
Tl. A ll O . T-
j nm uoui imw wina
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tions printed on every package of Gold
iTHE n CFAIRRAN K company 1
larger packages for
Bowers Denies Attempt
To Oust Portland Club
Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. 30. Branding
as false stories published here in which
he is quoted as the champion of a move
ment to oust Portland from the Pa
cific Coast league, John Bowers, owner
of the Los Angeles club, today wired a
denial to Judge W. W. McCrcdie, Port
"Stories in Los Angeles papers yes
terday were misconstructions of a state
ment I made in regard to an eight club
league," telegraphed Powers. Sorry
they have misconstrued same. Use this
telegram as you see fit."
Powers stated here that such talk on
his part would have a very harmful ef
fect on the league and that he meant to
vote for two more clubs in tho north
west instead of against the Portland
"It is very expensive for the southern
clubs to travel to Portland for only one
series and I believe it would be a good
idea to .embrace both Spkane and Seat
tle in the circuit if pssible," said
Powers. "Then the local teams would
be able to remain three weeks in the
northwest instead of hopping in and out
for only a week as they do now."
ROBBED COMPANY STORE.
Oroville, Cal., Sept. 30. Jim Patter
son and Ben Kiermsn, former employes
of the Diamond Match company arc
held in the county jail here today on
a charge of robbing the company store
of $2,!'00 at Ramsay bar Sunday night.
They were captured yestcrdoy at Koek
Creek, in the Feather riyer canyon.
They had $400 hidden in their shoes)
but denied knowledge of the robbery;
tended the Sunday, school convention
Tuesday, Lute Savage, of Salem, was
nut beating the brush west of Yeoman
station for the escaped convict. Lute
is said to be a dead shot but did not
have a chance to try his skill.
The posts and railing on the south
side of the fill and culvert at the foot
of Simpson hill have been burned by a
recent fire. The attention of rond su
pervisor Kaplinger is called to this.
Last Thursday as your correspondent
was driving east on State street, when
opposite the W. U. campus the mare
slipped on the wet surface and fell,
breaking one of the shafts of tho bug
gy. The animal for some time was un
able to ariso on account of unsuitable
footing. After being unhitched she at
last regained her feet with no further
casualties. I might say some of the
girls of the university who had been ex
cused for the day. rendered useful aid
helping to unhitch and get the mare
onto her feet, while the boys stood by
and looked on. Such girls are worth
a dozen male kids in such an emergency
and will in the future make model
mothers and grandmothers and will
bless and adorn their generation by al
ways doing something worth while.
: Salem's Educational Directory
Schools anil Colleges
Capital Normal and Industrial School,
Term of 13 week. open. September 13-isj
13th and Wilbur 8treets, Salem
Frederic & MeudenhaU
liano Organ Theory.
Myrtle Long Mendenhall
Studio, Room 211, Hubbard
rrank E. Churchill rianiste.
Pupil of Emil Liebling, Cricago; gradu
ate of Western Conservatory, Chicago.
Studio Room. 1-2, Opera House Bide
Kcs. Phone 1671-K.
Miss Beatrice Bholton
Teacher of Piano.
Studio 345 Marion St. Phone 12!9
Lischitezky Technic and Dunning Sv
tem of Improved Musie Study for
Phou 1J51 695 N. Liharty
William Wallace Graham
aeacoer or violin
teaahl M. Q'rma.y, under Joachim, Mar-
Nn.' lad on. half V k'6" of kiKhMt md.ttom from them,
ginne" 7 Eurcpeaa experience. A .perialty made of be-
C imt.m q M17 AaaUtant, 180 & Slit St,
For cleanlna Wvm
and forks, washing
5 dishes. Dots and nana
add a tablespoonful of
Gold Dust to a panful
of hot water. Gold
Dust does not mar
You mnU ftnrl
The Active Gleaner
State Bank Deposits
of Washington Grow
Olympia, ' Wash.," Sept. 30. The 276
state banks show, in. response to the
call of September 2, deposits nearly
I in the preceding call of June 23, but
c.p,uuv,.jvu ivoo tunu iuuod vl me cor
responding call rf one year ago, ac
cording to the compilation announced
today by State I!ank Examiner Nan
son. " Greater activity this year in the stock
anil, bond market:', inducing 'depositors
to use money for these purposes instead
of allowing it to remain in the bank
vaults, is held responsible for thin,
Bcservcs are close to 30 percent where
as only 15 per com is required.
INDIANS AT RED TRICES.
Colusa, Cul., Se t. 30. Charles Net
son, an Indian, and his family are held
in the county jail here today on a
charge of indulging barbaric practices
with Tete Lopez, a Mexican, as their
victim. It is alleged the Indians tied
! Lopez to a tree in the jungle back of
ColiiBa and chopped at mm witn an aio
as they danced a war dance around him.
Lopez is expected to die.
Capital Journal Only
Complete Paper Sold
The Capital. Journal is the
only evening daily published
in Salem that is' a complete
newspaper. The Portland papers
peddled hore ate printed in the
forenoon about . 11 o'clock, are
simply the regular "edition of
the day before with some
changes on the first page. They
are only extras made up for
street sales and out of town
circulation, making no pretense
to being real newspapers. The
Capital Journal . on the other
hand, contains the complete
leased wire service up to 3:30
p. m., which is 6:30 p. m. in
New York and past midnight
in Europe, the seat of the great
'war. It also contains all the
local news of Salem and sur
rounding territory that is worth
while. It is a complete after
noon newspaper and the only
one circulated in Salem. "When
you pay your money for a Port
land evening paper here you are
merely being "faked" into buy
ing a cheap extra with big
headlines on the first page and
yesterday 'a newg everywhere
The Capital Journal sells on
the street for 2 conls. Tay no
- Willamette University
I. H. Van Winkle, Dean of Law School
Dan F. Langenberf
Late pupil, of F. . . Arenr..
Studio 314-15-1(3-17 Hubbard BWg.
Mrs. D. T. Junk
Mrs. Bertha Junk Darby
Teacher of Piano
Thona 1050 W. 679 N. Cottage St
Miss Laura Grant
Piano and Musical Kindergarten
859 Center Bt Fhone 201 B
Miss Luctle Barton
Teacher of Voice aed Theory
Studio Room 404 Hubbard Bldg. Ks'
dence 1017 North Twentieth street.