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"SALEM'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE"
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Newest Clothes for Boys
All Around Town
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting
glasses correctly. U. ti. bank bldg.
The government standard guage at
the Oregon City 1'rit tiHpiirtiil ion duck re
corded ycstiudny n rninfiill (if .0(1 of an
inch. The river is "till holding at 1.2
below low witter niiirk.
Dr. Btone'i Drug more. tf
Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Thompson will re
turn tomorrow from n week's viHit nt
8caltlo. The doctor attended a meeting
of physicians in hill ciiini'ily iih con
mil t i 1 1 K physiclmi for tlio Oregon Ac
cident (' mi in i hh i o n .
Try the Peoples' Markot for your
moats. The lowest prices in town,
F. F, Schramm and family today
moved from their former locution on
Oxford street, mid ore now nt home ut
25 Oiik street. Mr. Helirnnim 1b ehuii
c.ellor eoimnuiider of the local lodge of
Knights of Pythias.
Barber Shop Tlie Motel Bllgh. Roy
Neer, Prop. Oct 2
The funeral of Trlstrian CoggeHhall,
who died Hoptombor 2H, at the nge of
5 years, will be held Saturday from
. tlio friends church on Hmitli Commercial
street, nt 3 o'clock in tlio afternoon.
The body will be sent to Iowa for
Dr. E. T. Mclntlra, physician and
surgeon, 214 Masonic bblg. I'hono 410.
The eastern refineries have an
nounced another decline In the price
of sugar, which will be effective here
next week. The decline Is ten cents a
hundred, aggregating in all, a total de
cline of 7(1 cents for the month, of
Heptember. Hugnr w ill now bo cheaper
than one year ago.
HAVE YOU A
who reads or studies constantly at
hoincf If so, make sure their eyesight
Is not being Impaired by overwork.
My careful examination determines
the cause, of eyestrain, If any I also
supply the right glasses to correct it.
Bring your giil or boy to
Miss A. McCulloch, Optometrist
20S-209 Hubbard IMg. . Ihene 109
1 Wo stick to our old rule 1JIG SALES, LITTLE PROFIT PER PIANO, EASY
t It is Piano time. Cool weather is here. The evenings are longer. School has be
t gun. It is practice time. What source of pleasure or amusement have you pro
J vided for jour family? If none, NOW IS THE TIME.
I ' Every piano on the floor of the Valley Music House is marked in plain figures
X One Price, Small Profit. Pay our store a visit and while here don't fail to see eui
line of Used Pianos, Player Pianos and Organs.
WATCH US GROW.
Valley Music House
C. F. HULL, Manager 261 NORTH COMMERCIAL
You'll find here the new Donby and Vestee
Models in Suits for Boys from 3 to 8 years in
Velvet Stripe and Fancy Mixtures. They're
unusually stylish made to wear too bound to
give entire satisfaction to both parents and the
boy. Priced at $4.25 to $6.00.
A large showing of Boys Overcoats and Fancy
Mackinaws Just the garments he needs for.
winter wear made up in the best manner of
good materials. Priced $4, $4.50, $5.85 and up.
Dr. Stone's Drug Store
The Rev. E. B. Lockhart left for ' address by Hon. Conrad Olson, of I'ort
Htavton this morning to ushuiiio his J land, and short talks were scheduled for
duties lis pastor of the Methodist .church
where lie had been assigned tiy the lute I
Methodist conference held ut Koschurg
Board and rooms at the Cottage
hotel, Mrs. Bents, proprietress, Hept29
P. S. Stelner, of Dallas, Texas, is
here this Week for his anuiiiil visit.
While in the city, he is the guest of;
his nlcec, Mrs. M. I.. Meyers. M r. i
Htcinor Is a brother of David htcincr
of I'olk county, and an uncle of Dr.
it. K. J.eo Hteincr, of this city.
Dr. O. A. Olson, dentist, 211 Masonic
llldg. I'hono 110. Oc.fi
Mtss Hope Burdlck, of Portland, ar
rived in the city today to accept a
position with the state library. Vor a
few days, slid will be the guest of Miss
Ktlicl Kigdon. Miss llutdick's home is
in Ashland, but for the past year she
has li'M'ii doing speciul library work in
Hygrado, a cigar that upholds its rep
u t it t ion. Nulein made, 5 cents.
The funeral services of Lemuel Lem
mons, who died lust Wednesday, will
bo held Saturday morning at 1 0 : :10
o'clock, from the residence, l'ark and I)
streets, the liev. Hurry ). Marshall of
ficiating. Interment will take place nt
City View cemetery. He is survived, by
a widow, Mrs. Mary u. t.ommnns, and
a son, IMwui'd 1., I.emiuons, both of
Try tlie Peoples Market for your
meats. Tho lowest prices in town,
The automobile fir.., of Rees ft Elgin
has disposed of its business here on
High and Kerry streets to Hulverson &
BOY OR GIRL?
In.i...l iillJln mi ..rilJLi
FOR A BIGGER
Hums, who assumed charge toduy. Both
Mr. Hulverson and .Mr. Burns are ex
perienced automobile men and have
lately been located at Silverton. They
will continue to handle tlio Maxwell
cam, besides other agencies and will
mako several improvements in the re
pair and garage department of the busi
ness. Today Is Scandinavian day. The pro-
gram for the afternoon included a short
address by (iovemor Withycombe, nil
Prof. J. O. Hull, of thfl Willamette
university, ana j. u. jnoisou, or. .Minnu
upolis. The exercises took pluce in the
Although he managed a sawmill on
Mill creek ii'i years ago, Joseph Yutes,
of Corvnllis, is slill strong enough to
lake an interest in the stato fair, and
is here today enjoying the exhibits and
talking over Oregon times, seven years'
lictiiro Oregon wns admitted into the
I'nion. He is accompanied by his wife,
7S years old. Joseph rates Is 81 years
old, having been born in 18114.
Local lumber dealers report an in
crease of booking orders and a general
awakening of tho business, especially
for shipments to California and east
ern points. As the lumber business is
the standard by which business condi
tions aro gouged in this state, these
reports indicate a generally improved
condition, and healthy state of affairs,
with linglitemiig prospects for the fu
t u re.
The next nieoting of the Polk-Marion-Yainhill
Medical society will bo held
next Tuesday evening at Dallas. The
program for tho evening will consist of
special papers prepared and rend by Dr.
Bollman, of Dallas, and Dr. Creadick, of
Portland. The applications of Dr. Ed
wards, of St. Paul, unit Dr. P. T. Hew
itt, of Independence, for membership,
will bo acted on at tjiis meeting.
A flag, 10 by 15 feet, was presented
to the boys of the State Training school
Inst Sunday by the ladies, of tlio G. A.
H. Or rather the flag was presented
to the school, but the boys took as much
interest in the gift mid tho raising of
the flag, as if it had been a personal
gift. About 23 of the ladies of the (I.
A. R. were present at the raising last
Sunday. The flag was made by six of
i the ladies, whose total ages aggregated
George H. Hines, the well known his
torian of Oregon wilr attend the meet
ing of the pioneers at the state fair
grounds next Saturday, mid will bring
with him about lilt) lantern slides to be
j exhibited during the exercises of the
evening. "Pioneers and pioneer
scenes" is what Mr. (lines calls these
j slides, and with each, ho will give a few
I remarks describing the scenes shown
I on the screen. Mr. Hines is assistant
1 secretary and eurati.i of tho Oregon
I Historical society, and secretary of the
I Oregon Pioneers' association. He will
I be ia the city Friday with frieads.
It doesn't take a seer or a prophet
to predict that the rourth ward will
elect an alderman by the name of
Hurricane Claimed Thirteen
Victims In Town of
New Orleans, by wireless to Gulves
ton, Texas, Oct. 1. The known death
list as the result of the New Orleans
hurricane swelled today to 19, while
property damage along the water front
was estimated at millions. The South
ern Pacific -wharves and offices were
swept away by the gale.
The full fury of tlie storm struck the
town of Houme, ami, in the absence of
word from there, it is feared that there
are tremendous casualties between that
place and Morgan City.
Thirteen Are Dead.
Biloxi, Miss., Oct. 1. Thirteen per
sons perished in the West Indian hur
ricane at Rigoletta, I.o., including nine
iu one family, according to fishermen
arriving here today in a storm torn
Mrs. Myrtle Allen, aged 98, was killed
and three children were seriously in
jured in the collapse of a homo at
Long Beach, Miss. No fatalities occur
red here, though the storm swept out
several hundred piers and damaged oth
ers. Small schooners and launches were
strewn in splinters along the beach and
Tho shell road along the coast was
hndly wrecked. The trolley line was
damaged between here and Pass Chris
tian. Tho Louisville. & rfnshville railroad
has resumed operations between. Mobile
and Pass Christian hut not to New Or
leans. A hugo railroad bridge at Bay
St. Loins ib reported destroyed.
Gtilfport reported heavy damage, in
cluding destruction of a resin ship and
tho sweeping out of great piles of lum
ber when niers were destroyed. Two
vessels wero benched there.
Jones. In fact, it's a sine thing. It
all comes about this ways Jerome
Jones, tho present incumbent, has filed
petition for re-demon. Mr. Jones
may or may not lie re-elected, but
whether he is or isn't, the fourth ward
will bo represented in the city council
by Mr. Jones, as .the opponent of Je
rome Jones is Chns. 11. Jones. All of
which seems to indicate that when the
electors iu the fourth ward step up
to tho primaries on Monday, the first
day of November, lie or she, will have
to determine clearly in their minds
which is which, anil whether they are
voting for Charles 11. or Jerome Jones.
This is the month of the annual rally
days for the different Sunday schools.
VVbilo as yet no definite dute has been
selected, several of the churches will
hold their rallv on the seventeenth of
W. M. Hamilton, president of the
Commercial club, announces that here
after the meetings of tho club will be
held onco a month on Wednesday even
ing, tho second Wednesday of each
month. This will, bring the next of
ficial meeting on tho evening of Octo
ber Pi. At these meetings, the im
portant busiuess matters of the club
w ill be to ken up and plans made for the
Tomorrow is market day. The farm
ers who have been bringing in their
produce will be here as usual, at the,
booths on Liberty and Ferry streets.
Next Monday evening the petition ask
ing for the right to establish the market
elsewhere will be presented. The farm
ers favor three locations, that near the
Hemes store, or on tho north side of tho
Stockton or the Chicago Btore. Tho own
ers of these three stores arc willing to
i id the market, but the petition to the
council does not state the exact loca
The funeral of William J. Ashby,
who died in the city September 30, will
bo held Saturday morning at. 10 o'clock
at the parlors of Kigdon & Richardson.
Services will be couiiucted by the Rev.
H. K. Stover, of the First Congrega
tional church, and interment will take
place at the Mncleay cemetery, in the
Asnoy lot. Mirviving him are a widow,
seven daughters and one son. Also three
brothers and two sisters, J. B. Ashby
and Mrs. Wm, Humphreys', of Salem';
tlraat Ashby, f Oregon City, and
(ieorge Ashby 1Ui, I Mrs. (.Hover, of Colo
rado. William J. Ashby came ut a dis
tinguished ancestry, j'fis grandfather
was an officer in tho English 'army.
His father, Joseph Ashby, was born in
Montreal and Inter moved to Carroll
county, Illinois, and from there, cross
ed the plains iu IStiS, coming direct to
Oregon, where he lived until the time
of his death.
The Elks wero certainly m evidence
yesterday, with their purple badges and
national head gear and the brillinntlv
uniformed baud from tho Portland
lodge. Every available space was filled
iu the new auditorium last evening for
the progriun given by the baud and
home musicians. Governor Wilhvcombe
delivered a short uddress of welcome.
Tom Kay was master of ceremonies,
tind special announcer for the occasion.
The numbers by the band were re
(ivatedly encored', as Well as the several
selections by the Orpheus Male chorus,
the Schubert serenade being most fa
vorably received. Mrs. Warren, of Me
Minnville, whs doubly encored, her vo
cal solos being thoroughly appreciat
ed. The official Elk song", as sung at
Los Aug, Vs. was sung by Geo. C. L.
Snyder, with an extra verse- composed
by Mr. Snyder, put in just for good
measure. The immense crowd that
heaul the evening ' exercises was well
pleased, and generous in its manifesta
tions of approval.
San Francisco t'all; A Ssu Mateo)
motorcycle policeman rhasing a speed
ing automobile was put out of the
race by the sting of a wasp. Speeders
and joyrider, are hereby advised to
lay iu a stock of wasps. ' Keep a a.-p
and escape arrest.
Self -Styled Archbishoy of
"New Thought" Will Be
San Francisco, Oct. 1. Dr. Newo
Ncwi New, self-styled "archbishop" of;
the new thought church, teacher of new '
thought science, advocate of celibaey ,
and believer in physical immortality, ;
was arrested by federal officers at sun
rise today in his apartments, charged
with using the I'nited States mails in a
scheme to defraud.
Marie Tully Graham, found in his
apartments when he was arrested, was
served with a subpoena as a witness
United States District Attorney John
W. Preston, who brought the compluint
after weeks of investigation, charges
that Dr. Xew, whose real name is be
lieved to be John Fair, has amassed
thousands of dollars through the gulli
bility of women.
Dr. New has a booth at the exposi
tion, where he sells copies of his book.
Many have registered in his new
thought university nt $100 per course.
Celibacy ia advocated by Dr. New
and his cult, but the complaint drawn
against him charges that "in truth, lie
is doing those things which appeal only
to the baser nature of mankind."
Among these things, the complnint re
cites "gormandizing, drinking alcoholic
liquors to excess and using profane
Postal Inspector Madera, who has
worked up most of the evidence against
Dr. New, has letters written to per
sons in nil parte of the country. Nearly
all of them mention the receipt of if.1),
$10 or $1110 as the correspondent bought
the book, the abridged "course" or a
"scholarship" in the new thought uni
versity. The first information of the alleged
fraudulent character of Dr. New 's
"church" was brought to the federal
authorities by-Mrs. M. L. Clare, who is
to come from Cincinnati, 'and who
wed Dr. New from the middle west
to the coast two years ago.
In the I'nited States marshal's office
today, Dr. New was read the formal
complaint. "This is a frame-up against
me, brothers," he iuid to a iroun of
newspaper men. "I shall be able
answer everything against me."
Back f New 'a aru-st is said to be Maytorena is the only constitutional
the old story of a woman spurned, official who has held office during five
Th ) Clnio woman, it is claimed, was I years of revolution. He can't proceed
jilted by t!;e "archbishop" and she is!to Washington until permission is re
i.uid to hu.e left he co a few months iitt-j ! ceived from the war department.
tor iNew York, where she was chcdiilcl
to wed u wealthy new thought "follow
er." The marriage, however, fell
through, it is said and when she re
turned here she found that the d net or
1 i had a new comminion. Fnilinir in win
back tlie doctor's affection, she turned
Among the charges against New was
that ho fraudulently pretended "that
by a course of righteous conduct and
dieting one may attain immortality in
this world." To this end, said the
complaint, New pretended he was U5
years old a bright and shining ex-
hiii pie or nis ow n uoctrinc wncre
truth he is not more than 4o years old."
Moreover, New, it is charged, profess
ed ability to cure all diseases.
' The doctor had been honored bv the
exposition with a bronze plaque anil had
a place in the Palace of Education.
New told federal officers today he
numbers among his followe the Czar
ina of Russia, Madame Sarnh Ilern
hnrdt, Princess (ieorge, of Greece, the
countess of Warwick and other mom
hers of European royalty.
He was held in $1,6(10 bonds for hear
ing Monday and the liraham woman
was detained us a witness.
HOTEL IS BUENED.
Sun Mateo, Oil., Oct. 1. Fire of un
known origin destroyed the rear of the
Occidental hotel at Half Moon bav
early today, causing damage estimated
Shortly after the fire was discovered
toe trnneis Meat cotnnnnv stnr
robbed of t-5 and the Hertalli saloon of
The sheriff is e-id MlVOrimr In Awitil,.
lish some connection between the fire
and tho robberies.
HUMAN INTEREST IN GREAT WAR
' ." f""? I I I ' i ""Sq
In th wake of the German army. y
Russian children are playing host to th. German invader. One oi th.
pirls is offering a drink of water from the well to the . ij-
Still th. Russ..n children ar. not Prtku?dVtttr!o?
art trying to make th. best of th. aituation, ymtorj
COTTAGE UNDERTAKING PARLORS
G. E. TERWILLIGEE, Prop.
1HE FTJNEEAL HOME
20J North Cottage Street
We are the only ones in Salem who have a lady embalmer to care
for women and children. . -
We are the only ones in Salem that are open day and night and
where the remains of those entrusted to our care are absolutely never
We are tne only ones in Salem who employ the latest methods in
caring for the dead, as Mrs. Leffingwell, our Lady Embalmer, has re
cently finished a Post Graduate course in this work.
Our telephone Bumber is 74. If we fail to answer call messenger
or taxi at our expense.
HOME PABLOBS LATEST METHODS -
1 this is what y(u desire we will be -pleased to serve you.
Bemember our Parlors are always open Day and Night.
Governor Jose Maytorena
Nourishes Ambition to Be
Nogales, Ariz., Oct. 1. Governor Jose
Maytorena has quit Sonora. He is aft
er the Mexican presidency.
This was learned here on good au
thority today. Maytorena came over the
lino last night, accompanied by his
entire staff, ostensibly en route to the
Pun-Ameroicnn conference. At present
ho is stopping at his wife's house here,
closely guarded by American soldiers.
The Yaqtii General Urbnlejo is ex
pected to make a bid for the governor
ship of Sonorn, relinquished by May
torena. Carlos Randall, state treasurer,
is governor pro tm.
It rs believed here Maytorena will go
: direct to Washington for a conference
,vi11' General Angeles with respect to n
new movement. Inasmuch as Aneeks
litis repeatedly dockred himself iuuc-.
cent of presidential aspirations, it is ox
pecied here the i.w-;tetion will decline
Vayt.orcMi president of Mexico and
t then make a bid for American Tecogni
Casualty List Is .
Growing Larger Hourly
nton Kouge, l,a., Oct. L Casualty
returns rrom tne terrific West Indian
nr"'ane which swept' Xew Orleans
nll( vicinity are growing hourly,
I 14 w!,s estimated late this afternoon
i !unt 1,16 (lea(1 W'U number SO and the
i inj"reu 200, For,y three are reported
' have drowned at Rigollctta and
Lake Catherine. Below New Orleans
the casualties were not as heavy as
tenreu, as many escaped because of
No word has come yet from Hotiinn.
SHOT CHIEF OF POLICE.
Oklahoma City, Okla., Oct 1. J. O.
I.nng, a veteran policeman today shot
and perhaps fatally wounded Chief J.
T. Nichols at the entrance to headquar
ters. They had quarreled after Nichols
lectured the squad concerning drunken
ness. KINO SENDS CONGRATULATIONS
Paris, Oct. L Telegraphed congratu
lations which Poincare and General
Joffre received from King George to
day removed any doubt that the pres
ent onslaughts along the western front
constitutes the beginning of n Brent
The king mentioned the nllie
cesses "at the niit.(- f
I offensive" and Foincnre replied sim-
""Ji reclining jjritisn victories.
Constantinople, via Berlin, Oct. .
r T- ii -jbi
Turkish shore batteries sunk a torpedo
boat in the Dardanelles Wednesday u
was officially announced toduy.
Athens, Oct. 1. A French a,iro
which entered, the Dardanelles Tues
day, bombarded shore batteries nuccesi.
fully according to Mytilene disnutelw
' Rome, Oct. 1. Admiral Corsi was to-
! day appointed minister of murine, re
placing vice-Aunurat vrale, resigned.
Seventeen Counties Ex
hibiting at the Oregon
; Stafe Fair
greatest in the
The Spokane, Portland &
Seattle Railway Company offers
a chime, metal-cased clock, value
$50.00, to the county making the
best exhibit of grains and grasses
the number and quality of
varieties to be considered in
making tho award.
who -have done this iu the past are now
holding good places where the work ii
pleasant and the remuneration satisfac
tory. Tho training one cun get by taking
our combined course is the best invest
ment n young man or woman can make.
It pays dividends throughout life.
Next Monday will bo a good time lo
begin a course, its. there will be new
classes in Stenotypy, Shorthand, Kin
lish and Commercial Arithmetic. The
principal would be glad to talk to any
this week who are interested.
High and Ferry Streets.
When In SALEM, OBEGON, stop st
Free and Private Baths
BATES 75c, 11.00, $1.50 PEE DAI
The only hotel in the business district.
Nearest to all Depots. Theatres and
A Homo Away from Horn.
T. O. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones. Freo Auto Bus.
HE LOVE of comfort
i i r J
and toothsome jooa u
it like a stoy at
Scarcely is one well Within
doors before he realizes thot
all his unspoken desires are
being fulfilled. Little
thoughtfulness hasten to
meet him gracious smile
(reet hitn-gcod cheer sits on
S right-perfect service-unostentatious
near-nlwayf-evcr. And it
these little-very" little-things
done at the right time and in
the right iJay which 'get' him
Choice viands faultlessly
served the flavor of home.
TK thing that ippl--oioJ
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