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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCT. 1, 1915.
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BANKS WOULD CURB
STOCK SPECULATION i FAIR WEEK
We Have selected for Saturday's se ling, hundreds of the very choicest bar
gains from each of our twenty four departments, to assist the busy shopper and
aid us in handling the last day crowds. Out of town visitors will find it to
. their advantage to get our prices
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT OUR BIG STORE
32-in. Heavy $1.25
$10 and $12.50 Chinchil
la and Novelty Coats
$1.00" Double Cotton
Blankets for big beds
$3.50 Two-piece Boys'
Ladies' Velvet Shapes,
$1.50 and $2, all styles
Ladies' $12.50 and $15.00
New Fall Suits
$1.25 Ladies' Long
White Silk Gloves
' MEN'S SHIRTS
85c and $1 Men's Dress
and Negligee Shirts
Wall Street Brokers Must Be
have Themselves Or Give
10c and 121-2c Dress
Ginghams and Outings
Ladies' $1.00 and $1.25
$1.00 Ladies' Mission
65c Men's Fleeced Shirts
65c Bleached Table
Damask, 68 inhes wide
$3.50 Ladies' Fur Scarfs
Ladies' $2.50 Shoes, but
ton or lace, all sizes
TRUNKS AND BAGS
$1.50 and $1.75 Rattan
or Fibre Suit Cases
12 l-2c and 15c Persian
Cretonnes, floral designs
18c and 20c Ladies' and
$10.00 and $12.50 Men's
- Heavy Winter Suits
42-piece Dinner Set, reg
75c and 85c Wool Serges
and Novelty Dress
Ladies' and Children's
35c and 40c Vests and
75c and 85c Ladies'
Crepe and Outing
85c and $1.00 Long or
Short Corsets, Support
Our Pure Food,.Tinware, Glassware, Graniteware, Dishes and
Aluminum Departments Offer Many AttractiveBargains
I New York, Oct. 1. The conservative
; element in Willi street was reported
j today to be arranging to stop the bulls
, for fear that tales of "millionaires
'made over night," coupled with fourj
j successive "million share"'days in the
i market may result in n era of reckless j
j speculation which would ultimately end
in a sudden slump. I
' The word has "neon quietly pnssen j
that the linnks would demand a larger
collateral if the market does not act
more conservatively than it has in its
: recent days of feverish activity.
I The quick success of the gigantic
I allied loan is recognized as a eontribu-
iivu uu-tor hi uooimiig me munvvi.
j Subscriptions are reported already to
, total more than 00,000,000. ' .
j The recent activity on the street has
sent prices of seats on the exchange
sonring. One sent was sold for 4(12,000
or $2,000 above the last sale,
j The market coatiiued its bullishness
today, however, opening strong. Steel
'common Roared to Ml, the highest mark
it ha touched since l!Mi". A quarter
of the trading was in these shares.
Wall street we it mad over speeuln
S tion in war issues ugain today. Steel
! common led the sky rocketing. A
j frenzied mob w.".s rbout the steel poat,
and before the clos the figures soared
Ito SI 8-8,
The curb market, too, whs jammed
; despite the rain. Fmhrellns had no
; chance with tlio jostling wild throng.
The Market Cloped Irregular.
' Wall street begat, to show signs of'
'"cracking under the strain" of its tin- j
usual business. Several commission
: houses suggested a vacation tomorrow
jin order to permit clerks to eutch up
with clerical work, resulting from sev-1
oral million share days. I
1 The governor of. the exchange said, 1
however, that it is impossible to close, j
as the whole world is trading there. '
! Henry ('lews, noted banker, decjarod i
tho market is booming because "ev
erybody wants to buy stocks, and thai
I demand is mukinu nrices soar."
' l'ooplo, he said, believe that after
the war America will see a big indus
"The big intereiitK," ho continued,
"mo in a strong position. New bank
ing laws have been set up to safeguard
against panics, mid banks are bursting
with deposits. I'eople are Bponiiing
less. This bos made money for invest
"Merchants, nre beginning to realize
that wo nre on the edge of an era of
prosperity. Exports are now larger
i than at any time in our history and the
ilinlf billion allied loan will increase
these exports. ' '
! Stone Oppp-s loon.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 1. Cliiiinniin
Stone, of the United States stnnti' for
; eign relations committee, was on ivc
i ord today in opposition to the
0(1(1,0(111 allied loan now being flouted
in this country.
Stone, declared the loan endangers
I American neutrality, lloud holders, he
: believed, might become partisans, par
j ticulnrly if this one loan led to others,
land in this way a lurge part of the
1 nation would become unneutral.
BUY FROM THE
FOR MEN AND BOYS
Our Fall Opening takes
)lace this week and we
lave on display the very
atest 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. iFor High
Grade Clothing at low
grade prices call on
BRICK BROTHERS J
The House That Guarantees Every Purchase
COR. STATE AND LIBERTY STS.
Tony Contest Now On Votes With Every Purchase j
San Francisco Chronicle: "Women
in America dress better than women
in Europe, but the men dress much
worse," says a woman writer. You
cun't burn the candle at both ends.
EM SUCH PAIN
Suffered Everything Until Re
stored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegeta
Florence, So. Dakota. "I used to be
With Election of Officers
For Next Year
Those Charged With
Washington, Oct. 1. The forty-ninth
annual encampment of the "boys in
blue" came to an end here today witn
! election of officers,
j Four cuiulidates, Klias II. Montfoit,
very sick every month with bearing of Cincinnati; Lole ultJ",,
' j :. .-J ! flitv: V 1 am J. Patterson, of Fitts-
I?'. , I l.. ... ...A o..,t Patrick Concv. of
haTachea ! T' I'cka, were hi the field to succeed Da-
? M vid I'almer as colander in chief,
deal of the time and d tQ be k,dinjt.
very little appetite. Klias ylolntort wa8 , today elected
The pains were so n,,,,,,,,.!,.,. j chief of the O. A. K.
bad that I used to heavy rain marred the final re
sit right down on the
unions. Thousands of visitors have al-
floor ajid cry, be- ready left the city tor tiicir nomes.
O Exercises attendant upon rresiu.n.
cause it hurt me so
and I could not do
any work at those
times. An old wo
man advised me to try Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound and I got a
bottle. I felt better the net month so
I took three more bottles of it and got
well so I could work all the time. I
hope every woman who suffers like I did
will try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound." Mrs. P.W.Ijinseng, Box
8, Allyn, Wash.
Why will women continue to sufferday
in and day out or drag out a sickly, half
hearted existence.missing three-fourths
of the joy of living, when they can find
health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
For thirty years it has been the stand-
trd remedy for female ills, and ha re
stored the health of thousands of women
who have been troubled with such ail
ments as displacements, inflammation,
laceration, tumors, irregularities, etc
AN EASY WAY TO END
Simple Home Treatment Destroys Germs
of This Dangerous Disease.,
The reason why so many people who
Buffer from Catarrh never seem ablo
Annual Encampment Ends President Included In List oflSyiS ulZ
I sprays, douching, greasy creams, oint
ments, etc. Such things do open up
the swollen nostrils and clear the head
temporarily, besides stopping for a
'whilo the disgusting blowing, hawking,
I spitting and choking, but thoy never
I cure. To drive out Catarrh for ood
I you have got to get down to its real
cause. Catarrh is a germ disease. The
I air is always full of catarrh germs
thrown off by one person and absorbed
by another anil whon the system does
fuil to throw off such germs they find
permanent lodgement in the nose,
throat and head and multiply rapidly.
Tho getms of cntarrh cun be best
destroyed by inhaling the pure medi
cated air of Hyomci (pronounced High-o-me).
This splendid and powerful
I,. : - . .... - -- --- oommnntion or on i iMicmypius wmi
1 tirtinntmn At rhn 1 nit !c f m iTit a unvmir - . .. i
other healing agents lias a wonucnui
germicidal action. You breathe its air
into vour nose, throat and lungs by
means of a small hard rubber inhaler
Washington, Oct. 1 Three officers of
the Kiggs National bank were today
indicted by the federal grand jury.
The indicted men :
Fresident, Charles E. Clover.
Vice-President, H. H. Flnther.
Vice-President, W. J. Flother.
It was charged that they falsified
statements concerning the bank 's nl
leged stock operations. The charge is
The bank issued a statement, in an
ticipation of tho indictments saying
that the American Audit company of
New York had declared the banks de
nial of stock operations was true.
: ' V A i I means of a small nam niuoer lnuaier
The indictments against the officials.,,. IJa)li(., j Pry n,i otll,,r wm
are an outgrowth of the bank's c-, ifi1g .rc . 8akln ,, vitty
Wilson's laying the corner stone of the
morial anwiitheatre nt
Arlington rational cemetery were trans- tion against t-ecrotary or tnc treasury; , i(n ,very treatment. This
fcrred indoors except for the actual , MeAdoo. Comptroller of Currency il-1,; ',,, air j, certain death to tho
fixing of the stone. ! hams and I nited States Treasurer Prn), o( rntBrrh and drive them corn-
Thousands of tottering veterans and Burke, charging them with attempting ll(e out of vour ,ytim and whpn
other guests crowded the White House ; to wreck .thn nistitunnn. he rma are ' destroyed the catarrh
Inst night to shake hands with the PM" f.,u.,.ui ; with all its dinugreeab'lo symptoms will
dent, though the program conremp a, , a ." . , ,top. Even lw. o, three minute, use
only a small reception iq , --- '-' urll,eii Seattle' he said, ('it is will give refreshing reuer, wn.ie, ir
cd organizations an.t u. a. , ',nMe , .llI)nose that the radium! you will use it tow or thdee times a
" of transmission from there would be : day for a few weeks it will completely
IT WirftloCC TplPnhnnV ,eqal to the radius of transmission ; banish catarrh and every symptom of
USC lIHUCOO Hlty"""J f Arlim-ton. Yohohsmft ami Tokli ; catarrh. As Hvomci is pleasant to
A. rnnnnniie IhcTanrP are within a radius of WW miles from breathe and is always sold by drug
VMvl luiviuivua j
Pan Francisco, Oct. 1. With wire- j
less telephony over enormous distances ,
an established fact as evidenced by ,
conversations between Arlington, Vir-!
ginia and Honolulu, engineers of the
American Telephone and Telegrapn Co
.leclared that Oirther improvement of
the invention would be Incited with ,
. ... ..v:. .inr. to
M jon want spe' i!tI write to ,it tr the success of
-TllE.Pinkhm Medicine, Co. (conll- inVention, today declared trans pa
dcntlali Lynn, Maxs. Your letter will ! if if commu..icstloa by
b opened, read and answered by a ,voe is practic ?;
woman and held la strict confidence. before long, it will be ro,Dle 10 la'
No matter what Kipdot a
WantAl uouputin our
gists evervwhere with a positive guar
1 antee of successful reults or money
: hack, surely no catarrh sufferer should
1 go long before trying Ibis simple home
New Orleans Stales: The men of
I Houston sre encouraging the " Huy it-lin-Teas"
movement but George liailey
of the Houston font is frank enotign
to admit that the stuff is made iu Ken
tucky. New York American: Mrs. Taft's op
position to woman suffrage ought to
deal a staggering blow to the cause in
the great gulaxy ot state that sup
port Mr. Taft, I'tah and Vermont.
Banks Are Threatened.
Chicugo, Oct. 1. 'ankers who sub
scribe to the allies' tCi(in,n()0,WlO loan
here todnv face threats from cranks.-
The first of these has been deliver
ed to Fresident Charles fl. Dawes, of
the Central Trust company, who wns
the first banker here to announce him
self in fnvor of the bonds. As a result
it is today closely guarded. Moreover,
special detectives kept a close watch
on hiB residence all night.
Your money buck if von wnnt it is
tho way in which Daniel .T. Fry, the
popular druggist, is selling Mi o-na, the
great dyspepsia remedy.
This is an unusual plan, but Mi-o-na
hna .a much merit and is so almost in
variably successful in relieving all (
form of indigestion that ho ran but
littlo risk in Belling under a guaruntee
of this kind. .
Do not bo miserable or make your
friends miserable with your dyspepsia.
Mi-o-na will help you. If it doesn't,
tell Daniel f. Fry 'that you wnnt your
money buck and ho will cheerfully re
A change for the better will bo seen
from the first few doses of Mi-o na'nnd
its continued use will soon start you
on tho road to perfect digestion and
enjoyment of food. -
Mi-o-na has been so uniformly suc
cessful that every box is sold under a
positive guarantee to refund tho money
if it does not relieve. What fairer
nroiiosition could be made.
Daniel J. Fry gives his personal
guarantee of "money back if you want
it" with every box of Mi-o-na that ho
sells. A Kiiarantco like this speaks
I volumes or the merit of tho remedy.
No $5 Required For
Telephone In Future
The state public service commission
today Issued an order abolishing the flj
advance ueiiosu rcinrcii m ri-nmn r
trons of the Pacific Telephone and Tel
egraph company. It has nlwnvs been
tho custom of the telephone company to
reipiirn applicants fur flat, mte service
to deposit i" which was to be forfeited
if the connection was not retained one
The commission's order does away
with this, and after November 1, whn
it goes into effect, the only require
ment will be that subscribers pay in
Kxcept for meter or measured service
no deposit shall be demanded from any
customer for service. .
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IS REAL EFFORT
France Claims To Have Suf
ficient Munitions To Carry
By J. W. T. Maaon.
(Written for the United J'ress.)
New York, Oct, 1. It cun no longer
be doubted that the allies planned to
have their present operations on the
western front develop Into the long ex
iiected major offensive.
Otherwise, so careful a diplomut as
Senator I'ichou, would not buvo stilted,
us he did in an exclusive interview
with tho United 1'ress, thut France has
sufficient munitions to curry the drive
to a conclusion.
The allies must have realized thut the
Oermans will cluim they have "shot
their bolt" if the offensive falls.
The French and Hiitinh announcement
that private cable messages to neutral
countries ure suliject to a two Hays de
lay is an indication that important
movements nre in progress. This move
means that the allies dnvlscd this
scheme to prevent (leruiany from learn
ing through ingenious code, telegrams to
neutrals just what is proceeding.
Indications are that a new allied
movement is developing between Koye
and NoisBoiis with l.al'ero und l.uoo,
siipply centers, as the objectives.
Dii'iiiiiighum Age World: The pro-tent
activity along thu Mexican liordi t
has given a new lenso of lite to tin1
Texas rangers, who were alioit. to I"'
consigned to innocuous desuetude.
is "Velvety body
there are ,
mx more in
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