Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 30, 1915, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY. SEPT. SO. 1915.
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A SURE THINS.
" 'Tis a fight between a Roman ar.d
a Barbarian."
"And does' the Roman win?"
"Why should he lose? Th??? tar
are made to eell in Home;"
TEACHING THE YOliNQ IDEA.
Mrs. Hosk Don't you know what
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die?
Little Tit; What, mamma?
Mrs. Hogg They so to a honibls
place where they get thin.
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gold.
But Atropos, the dread, was other
wise minded. - ,
"Why," eiclaimed Atropos, "if we
make her worth her weight In gold,
she probably won't do a blessed thing
to reduce her flesh, and she'll Just
naturally get to be a sipht!"
I I.achesls, the fearsome third, sided
; with Atropos, and although Clotho re
i sorte'd to about ajl the dilutory tnc-
! ttia (Kai, Irnmvn t'ri nnMlnmontni'V luur
she was finally defeated.
Oregon State Fair
Salem
Week beginning September 27th
Races, Fat Stock, Poultry, Agriculture,
riortieultnre, Manufacturing
All the activities we are interested in
will be represented.'
Seduced Eatlroad Fares
from all points in Oregon
Sale Pates, Sept. 23d to Oct. 2d
Tiekets limited to Oct. Oth
All trains direct to the Fair Ground
Ask our local Agent for train schedules,
aud tickets.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
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John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
Baptist Quarterly
i Meeting At Lebanon
The Buptiet quarterly ntiseiiibly of
'the central association of the Haptist
'church will meet at Lebanon in the
i First ISaptis't church for a session of
three days, bcrinning next Friday.
I The first sessioj will be held Friday
jnij;ht, with an evangelistic sermon by
I the Rev. (Itorge II. Voting, followed
by a service of (,'hriptian testimony,
'led by the Kev. Harry K. Marshall, of
i tiiis city. . Saturday morning, Mr.
: Marshall will deliver an address on
j"The Itapttot Assembly Its Objec
tive. !' The session in the afternoon
'will be n'ien over mostly to tho (lis
'cttssion of Sunday school work. The
I evangelistic sermon for the Saturday
I evening services will be delivered by
t the Rev. Harry K. Murshnll of this city.
1 The Sunday morning sermon on "The
I Christian lirowth" will be delivered by
the Rev. O. ('. Wright. The young
.peoples' session will be held Sunday
'afternoon, with niblrettnes by Miss Mcr
! rill, Miss Neptune nnd Miss Davis.
SEEDS TESTED FREE.
Farmers and other visitors at the
state fair having field and garden seeds
that tliev would like to have tested are
invited to bring them to the Oregon
Agricultural College Kxhibit nnd hand
them to the expert m charge or seed
testing demonstrations. The seed will
he tested for purity and for germina
tion and reports will be made to the
growers submitting the seed as soon as
possible after the close of the fnir.
HTtH)IMtM))tHtTmTfrWTHItHtttttlHH
I FOR THE WOODSMAN
t We have all kinds of Axes, Sledges, Wedges, Sans, and Equipment
for the woods. .,
All kinds of Corrtieated Iron for both Roofs and Buildings.
A good fSOO.OO Laundry Mangel, slightly used for one-fourth or.g.nul
cost. ,
A good 4 horsepower John P. Gasoline Engine, fully guaranteed.
Two Toniea and Harness at price that will surprise you.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
The Horn of Half a Milltoa Bargains.
4 Skin 01 reamy is a joy torevr
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IN A LIVERY-STABLE TOWN.
A livery stiible-town hi usually a
mile from the station a mile of dust
and mud, goals, chickens, tin cnnn,
barbed wire, old. garments, and an
cient vehicles.
There are three livery stables, a
blacksmith-shop, and nine nickel-plated
barrooms; a drug and picture-postcard
store; and ay grocery store, a
hardware store, a general stoie, and
a kind of a store.
There is a hotel In connection with
a livery stable. The llvery-stabloa
are most imposing edifices Mission
styje, Romanesque, and Gothic. The
churches and the hotel seeui to be
Caslon Old Style.
Your room at the hotel Is over the
bar room. This keepj you' from being
lonesome. If you want to iake a nnp
so as to be at your bst when. you lec
ture in the evening, there Is a youth
on the sidewalk below your window
whose business It la to keep you
awake. He can make moro dlltlcult
kinds of noises than a memsc-lc.
Some of I hem arc so wonderful and
ONClte so much curiosity that you mm-t
climb out of bed 10 see how ho does
it. 9 Ho halls everybody he known and
regalea them extensively. When there
Ia nobody to be regaled ho whistle.
When his tune Is worked out, nnd he
can think of nothing el.,e, he rolls a
Iteg up and down.
In the middle of the night you are
awakened by a siartllng appnrnilon.
An old ludy Is standing In her night
dress, a lamp In her hand, dei.peiately
trying to hang hir clothes on lma;;l
nary hooks In the air. For Homo rea
son or other she cannot locate the
hooks. You have Riven up all Idea of
rest, and are ready to bo c:iU -h"d
by th;.i Intent novelty.
She i.i ft nice looking old lady' In
Fold 1 !;-.,ried spec k. Her eyes rest
upon you, lying I" bed.
"Well, mercy me!" aho aays, and
closes the door.
She evidently Inadvertently mla
look your room for a closet. . You
then proceed to sink to sleep with a
smile.
Salem florists, both in the profession
nl and the amateur classes, carried
away high awards in the big floral dis
play at the state fair tiiis year, accord
ing to the decision of S. V. Walker,
president of the Portlaud floral so
ciety, judge of the exhibit, as announc
ed lust night. In the professional class,
Carl Ritef, the Salem florist, took four
straight firsts lor cut flowers, and sec
ond in the cut glndiola class. Salem
amateurs won all of the awards in the
cut flower division with the exception
or glailiolaa, in winch class Mrs. K. C
Uenniston, of As'.iland, carried away
iirsi Honors. . 1
Mr. Walker wns very profuse in his!
prnises of the quality nnd scope of tho
floral display at tho state fair this
year, pronouncing it the largost and
best that has ever been hold in the
northwest, and he paid especial compli
ments to the exhibitors in the displays
of dahlias shown flat in the big an
nex to the floral conservatory ou the
south end of the industrial building.
Particular credit for fine display of cut
dahlias was given tho Tillamook county
exhibitors who filled one table, 72 by
3 feet, with n gorgeous arruy of dahlia
blooms, ami this exhibit will be kopt
fresh throughout tho balunce of tiio
week.
The Oregon state hospital has also
occupied a whole table in the dahlia
exhibit, aud the splendid blooms of
more than 400 varieties proves a valu
able adjunct to the flower display. Tho
iusano asylum has two acres devoted
to dahlia culture a-d an expert florist
in charge. The total area devoted tn
dahlia exhibits aggregates 1380 square!
foet of canvas covered tables and
t. leva re all filled every day.
Mr. Walker and hundreds' of the slato
fair visitors nave eomplitiientod l'rof.
Arthur L. Peck, superintendent of the
floral department of tho lair, nnd his
assistant, Horace Skiff, of Salem, for
the remarkably fine showing made in
all divisions of the show. The awards
in tho floral display follows:
Display of cut flowers other than
dahlias, Mrs. W. H. Parker, Salem. 1:
Airs. W. llarvev Crawford, Salem, 2:
Mrs. W. It. Henry. Salem. S.
Display of cut ulndioli. L. Dennistnn.
Ashland, 1.
Display cm sweet peas, Mrs. W.
Harvey Crawford, Salem, 1; Mrs. W. H.
Parker, Kulern, 'J; Mrs. W, H. Mott, Sa
lem, 3.
IDisplny of cut roses, Mrs. W. 1). Har
vey, Salem, 1; .Mrs. W. 8. Mott, Sa
lem, 2. ' ,
Display of cut asters, Elizabeth Lord,
ciuii-m, 1; :unrv r.. itaas, nalem, v.; Mrs,
Grace O. Chenowcth, Salem, 3,
Specimen of aav plant In bloom,
iuary i. uaas, .nien, 1.
Hest arranged vase, Mrs. J. It. Camp'
bell, Salem, I; Mrs. W. R. Parker, Sa
lem, 2; Anna .1. Shinn, Halem, 3
Begonia in bloom, Mary K. Haas. Sa
lem, I: Mrs. ,1, It. Campbell, Salem, 2.
ttarn plants, Mrs. rc. s. Hudlong, Ha
lent, 1; Mrs. G. H. Crawford, Salem, 2;
wary r.. turns, .aieni, 3.
Professional.
I Best showing of grecnhotiso product
t THE MARKETS :
The market seems to have settled
down, waiting for something to hap
pen. While the wheat quotations are
7.) cents, very little has been offered.
Weather condition in tho central
states, the prospective forcing of tho
Dardanelles, throwing Russian wheat
open to the world, and the scarcity of
ships for shipping wheat from the eoast,
all combine to make the wheat proposi
tion one of uncertainty.
A Salem dealer was conferring with
the poultry and egg rueu in Portland
yesterday, and reports the market un
settled, with many commission houses
throwing storage on tho market.
N changes arc recorded in the live
stock market.
James Kill Sentenced
To Fifteen Year Term
i v.- ..... : . ,
Stockton, Cab, JScpi. SO. James Mc
Gill, the self-confessed I. W. W. fire
bug; who pleaded guilty to a charge of
setting fire to tho barn of Joe Dits,
of Lodi, on tho night of August 25, was
this morning sentenced by Superior
Judge C. W. Norton to 15 years iu San
Queutiii. The limit for the crime of
arson is 25 years.
McGilt refused to gt any further
details of his operations.
The sheriff has no trace of Ander
son or Williams, whom MeOill said were
implicated with him iu numerous fire
settings. -
FIREBLIGHT FEATURED.
WHOLESALE MARKET
v Cframa.
Hay, timothy, per ton $13.00
Oats, vetch $!1(7?10
Cheat
Wheat, now crop
Oats, new crop
Rolled, barley
Uorn
Cracked eorn
Bran
Shorts, per ton
Clover seed
Buttwr.
Buttorfat
Crcamory butter, per pound
Country butter
One of the interesting features of
the plant pathology department at the
stiite fair is an entire pear tree badly
infected with f ircblight. By means of
inspecting carefully the characteristics
of fireblight and the symptoms as they
appear on the tree, growers will learn
.l,.ul In reuard to identifying
$l(o'10 tiroblight, and from panels and charts,
... io aiao on tlisplny, tney may icarn now 10
30(ff32e Lonlroi It. .
31.00
$10
... 41.50
... 27.00
... 28.00
13 to 15c
33c
35c
.170
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, candled, No. 1, cash 30c
Eggs, case count, cash 2Sc
Eggs, trade 30c
Hens, pound 11c
Roosters, old, per pound 7c
Spring chickens, pound , 13c
Hirrs Mil to s
Mr r '
t"n pallrirt';
MAa fi Ln
will thus)
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jamaT Cnm' m lt Iwjs m.nl all la
Ikm tnttMWU. r r 1 tT !! dr-iulrts aM Jm tf
Wa lt I Uu UUI SUUS, C-J-M uvt ClllvH-.
mia.T.HQftJIl Pretj. V lit! John SM toTtr.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
t 302 North Commercial Street.
Ilone m.
Try a Journal Classified Ad.
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SOU) 11 DRUiUSTS YLRsliiKLRt
HIS OPPORTUNITY.
Teller I heartily Indorse the Idori
of the United States Mint coining
half-cent pieces.
: Askington-Why o?
' Teller BecauKC It fill enable Dei
ron Plnchbrlck (0 coiitiibnto to pub
lic enterprises all ln antt to wi'n
out ilskinn bearldlseassi.
A POOR TIME TO PflOPOSG.
Cblmmy Here's Aaellna, now! Jf
yer love her why don't jtr go ihjht
up an propose matrimony T
Johnny-Wot? After she's bin
a boldln her lstr' teethln' baby for
over four hoars! Kay! she ntniidirt
marry de" Crown Prince uv Ocrutany
if be ast her now I - .
JEWJODAY
On cent per word wtta Inser
tion. Copy for advertisement
der this heading should be in by
I p. n.
PHONB MAIN U.
PHONB P37 for a wood taw. Oct2
DARBY Wiadowcleaaer.
Thoae 768.
Oetl
Fork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed 10c
Pork, dressed 8 1-2D l-2c
Pork, on foot 6c
Soring lambs ('
Steer 5(ff5 l-2c
Cow "8 Gii 4c
Bulls 33MiC
Ewes -..3c.
Wethors : . .44M;e
Vegetables,
Cabbage 40e
Tonmtocs, Oregon 75e
String garlic 12
Potatoes 75c
Brussels sprouts 10c
FIR WOOD $3.50
2411.
per
cord.
Phone
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WANTIOD Light five passenger auto.
Phono 2140K. Oetl
KOIt SAliK 12 July pigs.
Unmsden, 8HK21.
Phone tleo.
Octl
8KVEN BOOM
rout. Phone
Sweet potatoes
I .ounce
2Vie
. 45c
rrulta.
Oranges, Valencia (5.25(5.50
Lemons, per box $3. 75(4.25
Bannnns, lb Ga
California grape fruit (3.00
Dates, dromedary, case (3.25
Fard datos (1.60
Cocoanuts, per dozen (1
Cantaloupes (1.25
Watermelons (1.25
Crapes (1-40
Cranberries (11.00
Peaches .". . . 60c
Pineapples 7 Vic
Eetall Fries
Eggs, per dozen 35c
Sugar, cane (11.23
Sugar, I). O. '. $6.03
Creamery butter 40c
Flour, hard wheat (1.55f 2.35
Flour, valley (1.351.30
ia cut flowers, palms, floral desiun nnd
decorative plants, Curl K. ileuf, Salem,
1; ttann ti iieruert, t'ortluncl, i.
Jiest disidnv of cut. asters. Carl Heuf.
I; IIuliu & Herbert. 2.
Best display of cut chrysanthemums.
Carl Heuf, 1; 1,'alin & Herbert, 2.
Best display of cut gladioli. Carl ftctif
1 ; liiilnr and Herbert, 2.
Jiest display ot cut dahlias, Willam
ette Dahlia & Floral Co., Portland, 1;
(.ill Bros. Seed Co, Portland, 2.
Ainaieur uiass.
Collection of blooming uernniiiiiis in
pots, not less than five plants Mary
r.. llaas, Salem, I; tilcun rurvino, Sa
lem, 2.
Best specimen of house plant, Mary
K. Haas, Salem, I; Mrs. W. II. Parker,
Salem, 2; Mrs. W. I. Ilnnry, Hnlem, 3.
Collection of blooming plants, not
less than 20 plants, Mary K. linns, Sa
lem, I; dlenn riirvine, Salem, is.
Hanging basket, Mary K. Haas, Ha
lem, I; Mrs. A. .1. Kdwerds, Halem, ft;
Mrs. .1. If. 1 nuiiihidl, Salem I.i.
Porch basket, Mrs. W. II. Parker, Sa
lem, I; Mary K. Barfs, Halem, 4.
SERIOUS TROUSLE ON SHIP
San Francisco, Seid. 30. News of se
rioiiH trouble with a Japanese crew 011
board the steamer Minnesota was
brought, here todity by officers of the
liner China. The Minnesota lay in Na
gnsaki for nenrly a week, helpless, be
cause tho crew refused to wnrk. When
the China reached Hongkong word wns
received thnt a Chinese crew was to be
rushed at once
furnished
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house
for
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BAUBKK WANTKD inquire ai once
424 North Com I streei.
HOl'SK FOB HUNT Near Mcruniey.
school. Phono aouuu. I"""
FOB 8Al,K-New L. C Sm tn 1 typewrit
er at a bargain, mono u.i.
WILL 11AVK ON PUBLIC MARKET
Saturday, nresseu nonn. vu... v-
Sept.lO
MOTORCYCliE FOB BALK or trade
... ..i.iiii.niit niiro. i nuiio if
mr "
Main.
Octl
FOB BALE-(:holce pointer dogt, train-
tn it wnTK. fuf.ua
Swcglo.
it
BliACKBKBKIES 25c per gallon, de-
can. noyau uj-
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livered. Phone or
Phone 378.
WANTED (lerman girl to do house
work in small family j sleep ai
Phone 221).
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FOB HALE 20 acres 2Mi miles from
Hnlom. (70.00 per aero. VV. M. care
of Journal.
Octl
WANTED Desk space and telephone
) tnro or office. Addresa D. .,
euro Journal.
Octl
"III" GUDDENS
SORE. TIRED FEET
PORTLAND MARKET
Portland, Ore., Sept. 30. Wheat
Club, Stic.
Bluestcm, 00c.
Oats: No. 1 white feed, (23(fi 23.50.
Feed, (25.
Hogsi Best live, (0.35.
Prime steers, (0(i;tl.75.
Fancy cows, (4(i-4.25.
Culves, (7(;i8.
Spring lambs, (0(t7.
Hut tor : City creamery, 31c.
Kggs: Selected local ex., 32c,
Hens, ll(ii l3c.
Broilers, 15e.
(leeso, 8e.
San Francisco Firm
Will Build Submarines
Washington. Hopt. 30. The Union
Iron Works of Han Francisco today was
tho lowest bidder on contracts for 16
new const defense submarines. The
company's offers, opened before a big
crowd, proponed to complete five or
more of the vessels within twelve
months. Their price was ("1 10,000 each.
Other bidders required from 20 to 25
months. Tho Hun Francisco time limit
was tiie shortest time ever proposed for
such a eontrrct.
The Electric Boat company of New
York, controlled like tho Union Worki
by ( harle M. Schwab, presented the
second lowest hid, proposing to con
struct eight or more submarines nt
.r)2.'l,000 each.
Other bids Included:
California Shipbuilding company for
from three to fivo vessels, (3(8,000
each.
Abnr Xeff of Long Beach, Culifor-
1 ma, for one at (JiiL'5110 with a new
secret type of propulsion.
Congress fined the maximum price,
at (5.'(,000 ami tho navy department
win apportion tno sixteen awards
WANTED TO RENT A farm of 100
acres, drain rent. M. J. Oillenhcrg,
Independe ico, Oregon. bept.iu
FA UM KKS We wnut your beef, pork,
butter and eggs. I'eoi'i""'
Market, 1"5 North Liberty St. Octl
TAKEN UP Dark red cow and 2 year
..1.1 i.wic nnd white heifer. Owner
can secure by pnying expenses. Phone
73F23.
Oct'J
Hubbard Uhlg., or 121
street
FOB IUT-t
room notiM), ioi ot l,u",' T
Octl
FOB KKNT 6 room house, two lots,
large bam, chicken house Bd park.
(10.00 a month. Inquire 1415 N. 4th
street. !'"
YOUNU MEN and young women should
reail tho advertisement of the Cap
ital Business College elsewhere in
this issue. 0ct
WANTED To give contract to cut
1200 cord wood on shares, give four
for one, or trade for horse aim nnK
irv U Kdwiirds. Route 2. Ocu
sj '
FOR SALE Ten acros, with new tarni
buildings, purtially cleared, 0 miles
from Dallas. Will accept fivo hun
dred in trudo. W. A. Liston. Octl
WANTED Boy over 15 on farm, must
be good milker and understand care
of stock. No idlers need apply. Ad
dress It. A. Blivins, Shaw, Oregon.
Route No. 1, Box ID. Dct-
TIZ make, sore burning, tired feet t M,uii,.
aches and pains, the corns, callouses,
blister and bunions.
"TIZ" draws
out the acid arul
poisons that pull
up your fert. No
matter how hard
you work, how
long you danoe,
bow far you
walk, or how long
you remain on
your feet, "TIZ"
bring restful
Toot comfort
TIZ" is won
derful for tired,
aching, swollen, smarting fee. Your feet
Just tingle for joyi shoe nerer hurt or
seem tight.
Get a IS rent box of TTZ" now from
any druggist or department store. End
foot torture forever wear smaller shoes,
keep your feet Iran, iweet and nappy.
FOR RENT Five room modern house,
close in. (12.00. inquire lid Marion
street. Oct2
FOR HAI.E OR RENT 100 acres near
Hoiith Silver Creek Falls. 8 acres
cleared, rent can be paid In work,
(lood stock rango all under fence.
Luther Meyers, Hospital Station, Sa
lem, Oregon. Hl't:ll
UK CAME BACK If you have any
old carpets you wish woven into fluf
fy rugs, notify H. A. Dobncr. Phono
1207M. Hugs on exhibition at state
fair. Hl'llt:l
No matter what Kipdota
Want Ad uou put in our
papcrwewivourcJt3
ROOMS FOR RENT Two pleasant
rooms, modern in every respeeet, 4
block north of state house, 1-2 block
from carllne, terms to iiiit. 840
Union street. tf
CIDER APPLES WANTED The Gid
eon Ktol. Co. will pay cash for app u
offered up to December 15to, Also
make cider on share. Octl
MONEY TO LOAN 11,000 up to (10,
000, on improved farms. T'nos. A.
Hoberts, 2Ut U. 8. National Bank
Wdg., Halem, Oregon Oct.l
MONEY TO LOAN On improved
farm at 7 per cont arinual iaterest.
I am representing the Commerce Safe
Deposit Mortgage Co. of Portland,
Oregon. Quick delivery of money.
Write me or call at Marlon Hotel. K
J. lierger, Salem, Oregon.