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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCT. 1. 1915-
Good Values, Good
Style and Service
Don't envy a well dressed mah be one! You can,
and easily. All it requires is a visit to this exclusive
Men's Clothing Shop and purchase a 1915 Fall outfit.
TAKE THE STYLE of our clothing, for instance
You won't get better style, no matter what you pay
and we can prove it.
TAKE THE WOOLENS, as an example They are
famous the world over as the kind used in high priced
TAKE THE TAILORINC-It's superb. The style
of these clothes is tailored in to stay there FOR THE
LIFE OF THE SUIT not just pressed in, to disappear
in a hurry. JUST SPLENDID, SMART CLOTHING,
AND WE INVITE YOU TO COME IN AND FIND
FOR YOURSELF THAT IT IS ALL MODERATELY
PRICED. ALL WOOL SUITS FROM
BROKEN LINE OF
$7.50, $8.50, $9, $10 & $12
The Regular value of these Suits is $15, $20 and $25
On nt par word each lnir '
T Copy fur advertisements
dar this heading should ba lu by
I p. m.
PHONB MAIN U. 1
I'llnNK o;i7 for u wood suw." Oe2
KAUUV Wlmlowi'li-uiior. Phone 70S.
fill VOOI)--ar.rt ir conl, riionu!
TOM ATtlKSJ -Von. Pliono Cuiiiiniiiu. 1
W ANTKU Lllit fivo MiKMMi!iT onto. I
I'liumi lil Kilt. Oitl
I'lilt .SA1.K -12 .lulv piK". I'lumo Himi. )
KhiiiriIi'ii, .'lsl'21. ' Oitt
MIVKN KOOM (iirnlHhi'J Iioiko tor
rent. Minna "i," tfj
JMU HAI.K -'rly iiiw, liinli!rnli' :
piniiu. A ln r m tt ti . Mioiii"I2.i. O.'l.'ll
MOTOKCYC1.K Ktlt SAI.K or tru.lc
lor riuiiihont unto. l'huiio l'."J
Miiin. Oi 1 1
-CliuicK pointer doei
to Ticl'l work. I'hone 21 1' Clin.
WANTKU- ticiiiinn airl U do house
wuili in kimiiU IiiiiiiIv: sleep at uouie
r'olt SAI.K lil ies Hi., mile from
Saleni, f7it.no per acre, W. M. S., cure
of Journal. Oct I
W AN TKO IV'li spuco and telephone
In store or olCice. Addles U. S.,
erne Journal. Oct!
FAHMKliS We wrnt Jour beef, pork,
butter Hud ci;gs, I'eopli'i' Stent
Miirket, l.'io North' l.ilierlv St. Oct I
TAKKN IT- Dark red euvr and 2 year
old blink and white heifer. Owner
ciin n'cure by paving enpemej. I'hone
7;tK23. ' IVtli
IMIt KKNT-:!'., trim ou car line, tl
rnom iuiii-e, Kits of fruit, cull M)
lliibbanl lllilK., or l:M N. Liberty
YOl'Nt! MKN nml young women, uliould
read the advertisement of the Cup
ilal luiiH'K College elM-Mhore in
thia iu. Kt
VOlt KKNT 1 room cotliiue with two
Kiiod lot, near school slid carline.
mostly modern, m.imi. Impure I.V.' 8.
Munch. 1'iiiiiie HiV Oit4
IXiH HA I. K Ten neie, with new farm
building. nrliallv clcurcl, 9 mile)
from Uitllin. Will accept l'iv hun
dred In trade. W, A. l.i.Un. UctS 1
coming" for our
MUST CLASS lluihuuk potatoes, One
per luslii'l. I'lioiit' L'fl'';i. Oil")
WANTKU In oxrluiiiKii fur oo.l top'
l"t;i!y, II Unlit Hprinn wnuuii. I'lioiu'i
I'OU KKNT - lii Hcvtrn room moilerii
lotlano on S. 1 1 It Ktrivt. Impiiri' up
liiipiTiul l''iiriiitiu Co. Oct2 i
OKIiKIt MAM.K WOOD (' Wiir.l K.i
ICli-lui i.tnoii. ifl.mi p,.r conl. tlnit)
mik, .'i.Uil. I'liniio Oi-t-
vWANTKU-Mnn with rntn riiiilli''
to hurvi'Mi liiickwlii'iit or Hunt to bnvl
urnln I'rinllo. Sii or plionc I'r. Molt. II'1
MALHWIN iiihI HpitiMiliortf nppli'H iK--!
livi'it'il lnr fidi- per lnislii'1. Mrs. (Is-!
iMir McyiT. I'liniic Oir.'l, Oillo!
WANTKU l''ivi(li I'oHn, or lo lu t'u'li
noon. I'lumo 4,1(1, H a. ill. lo 1 1 u. in.
hiniii'iH1 I'VtuI llurii. Oi't'2'
FIIIST CLASS Krult tutk woo.l. .vrm n!
I'oril, ilcliv cn-il Sntnriliiv. I'liom' ITlit'i
M t on i It t or licl'oii" tl a. m. Sninr-I
WANTKU - Young inn i and wile on
I'm in, permanent place lor rustler, no
limer. Phono .llil'll, K. C. I' It.
K. U. No. ;l, I lux I. sr. Octl
WANTKU - Hoy over lo on farm, must
be good milker nnd understand care
nf stock. No idlers need apply. Ad
dies It. A, Hlivius, Shaw, Oregon,
Koute No. I, Hun III, Oct-
HOOMS FOIt liKNT-Two pleasant
rooms, iimderii la every respeeet, 4
blocks north of state house, I S block
from CHiline, terms to suit. tHO
Union street. tf
CIDKH AITI.KS WANTKU The Gid
eon SloU Co. will pay cash for apples
offered up to December 13ti. Also
nmko eider on shares. Octl
MONKY TO LOAN f 1,000 up to 10,
000, on improved farms. Tho. A.
Huberts, Slllt I!. S. Natioiml Hank
Hldg., Salem, Oregon Oct. 13
MONKY TO LOAN On Improved
farms at 7 per cent niuiunt interest.
1 nm representing the Commeroe Safe
Depoait it Mortgnge Co. of Portland,
Oregon, (juirk delivery of nionev.
Write me or call at Marion Hotel. t
J. Iterger, Snlem, Oregon. tf
A PITA I. MKAT MAHKKT It.
Woolerv. Mont prices reduced. Hound
steak, 13 e lb., shoulder steak U''..c.
roust beef I'-'tje, boiling beef 10c to
I'mC, veal collets pork chops
l.V, pork steak l'.'le, Imiiibtug I.V,
MM m ue 13c, piceic hum l-ic, No. n
Inrd idle. Octl
THK OLD RLLIAHLE"
4r dh iiuiiiii i u i ui i u . uu ....
mOMHANTIN t5HfNHY!lT BROOKIYN NT
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WHO IS PROF. GUNN? WHERE WILL HE
BE? and when will he be there? Watch our ads
and see. Ask for a Coupon at our store. You are
entitled to one with every dollar's worth of trade.
It's to your interest to have them
Trained Bloodhound Need
U..l.,, (I.-... r.t.. 'III lOlt
IMitor Journal: S clinic ngo 1 vis i
iled the peniteri
Herniary uud was favorab-1
ly impressed with the manner and pro
caution used but in spite nf all this
there are uiiiueroiis escapes iil'ler which
it rciiiircH money, time and the risk,
and in ninny cases the loss of the lives
of good men (as was tho case recently)
and even then we presume Unit in some
Instances the criminal i.i not recap
tured. The officers are not unfaithful
or betray their trust but no doubt use
all the precaution at their command
Tliev take the convicts out in stpiuds
and work them many miles from the
pen and guard them as licit they can
lint these men are criminals and des
perate men and will take desperate
chances as was the case recently when
Iwo'of them jumped from an nuto truck
and reached the brush in spite of the
shots from the guards, lint vou sav-
it is necessary to work them and when
uiey nie property guanieo wnat ei
can be done. I lived in Texas five,
years. That slate is five or six times'
as large as Oregon and they probably I
have as tunny convicts in proportion
nnd they .e composed of whiles, Mex
ii,n mum ii'iiiuri", hum ,iil ! UiirillK
uud desperate lis our convicts but we
seldom heard of nn escape. They take
them to the Holds in sipinds of per
imps 30 or 100 and instead of having
about one guard to ten convicts they
have probably two or three guards for
the bunch. These guards are ou horse
back and well armed and no convict is
allowed to come within certain distance
of a guard. In the buck ground is t'.ie
dog man, also on horseback, well armed
and has a bunch of bloodhounds leashed
togetiier. lu ease of an attempt to
escape the horn would blow the signul.
The hounds would be given the trail
and the fugitive would be overtaken J
neioro ne eouni get a nine awny, inouiiii
tiiev are desperadoes thev soon learn I
hat hey have no show ot escape and ,centsl a, allowing him an hour or
theielore se doin rv it. 1 lived in a two the start and tho hounds never
county sea in wiiich the county owned; fail to find their quarry up a tree,!
iMooiiiiouu.is ami i saw tnem tested, a
man was in mil awaiting trial tor tor
cry ii ii. i one uny in ine ansence or me, even in the most favornble weather,
tinier he got out and had a long start After that time the trail canaot be sue
before being discovered. No one 'saw joessftilly followed,
him w knew the direction he took. The, Hut vou sav that there are wavs to
hounds were put on the trail and fob deceive' and mislead the dogs, such as
lowed him through rice fields, grass. wading streams, etc. Wading water,
timber etc.. and made some (urns at I we were assured would mean a sure
iiuare sngie. inn tney nually overtook capture as it would freshen the trail,
him. In niiotner instance a man killed! There mar be other ways, and there is,
lu wire in the night and fled. He j but a prisoner who eaeapes is not sup
kept tn no streets, but cut across lot, plied with the necessaries. Iu casa the
iiinoeu renew, etc.. in an endeavor to .
steal a horse from some one with which
le escape. The dogs, overtook him be
fore he got the horse. Hut, you say,
we have hounds. Perhaps we have,
but these dog mint have thorough
training by person who understand tie
business and thev must be kept ta eon-
slant practice. This is done by givlng'bo gives tho proper trail and after'
it i . t z' w n
TRY SALEM FIRST
ALCM COMMtHCtAL CLUU
Flf f HCO Moot If Ifirlnavc Pool
liWO mvul " "u" W 1
Like Lead or Bladder
Bothers You Meat
Forms Uric Acid
Most folks forget that tho kidneys,
like the bowels, get sluggish and clog
ged and need a flushing occasionally,
else we have backache audjdiill misery
in the kidneys region, severe head
aches, rheumatic twinges, torpid liver,
acid stomach, sleeplessness nnd all sorts
of bladder disorders.
You simply must keep your kidneys
active and clean, and tho moment you
l eel nn ache or pain In the kidney
region, get aliout four ounces of Jnd
Salts from any good drug store hero,
take a tnblesp.ionful in n glass of water
,,.frB breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will tin act fine. This
fau) aalis is made from the acid of
"rapes and lemon iuicc. combined wi'li
lit Inn, and is harmless to flush clogfed
kidneys nnd stimulate them to normal
activity. It alio neutralizes the acids
in the urine so it no longer irritates,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jnd Salts is harmless; inexpensive1
u.nkes a delightful effervescent lithia
water drink which everybody .shniill
take new and then to keep their kid
I'C.vs clean, thus avoiding serious com
plications. A well known local druggist snvs he
'!! i"ts of .hid Salts to folks Alio be
lieve it, overcominir kidner trouble
whili it is only trouble.
some one u sm.ili Cil,ol,w nn
sometime several miles away, but 5!
hours seems to be the extreme limit'
state had, hounds tkttt were thoroughly
trained we believe Mint Hooker miirht
have been captured long before two
good men lost their lives. The two eon
victs who jumped from the trucks
cuuld have been overtaken on short no
tice, but have thoroughbred dog, well
trained an, I in i,r....i.. ami thev most
SATURDAY 'S PEOGEAM.
Shriners' Day Grange Day....
Pioneer Day Carnival Night
9:00 to 12:00 lianil concert
on grounds and at children's
playground by Hebel'g Cherry
11:00 High wire perform
ance in front of old pavilion.
12:00 Aeroplane flight by
Herbert E. Munter.
1:30 Raving program at
Lone Oak track. Music by Me
Klroy's band. Vocal selection
by Salem Buuinesa Men's quar
tet. Shetland pony race. Great
western relay race" (final heat.)
Aeroplane flight immediately
following the races.
4:30 Art department, new
pavilion, analytical and instruc
tive lecture on art by Mrs.
Alice Wreister, superintendent.
7:30 Band concert in new
auditorium. Vocal selections by
Salem Business Men's quartet
ami Ladies' State Fair Glee.
Shriners high jinks. Special
program of side-splitting initia
tory stunts. Grand carnival of
, 7:30 Old ..auditorium. Pion
eer program, Hon P. II. D'Arcy
presiding. Lecture "Pioneer
Days," Geo. H. Himes, secre
tary Oregon Historical associa
tion. Unionism Without Union
Is Rockefeller Plan
Denver, Colo., Oct. 1. Unionism
without the union will be tried in the
Rockefeller Colorado properties.
Tomorrow two representatives of each
of the Rockefeller coal camps will gath
er at Pueblo to approve a plan, which
John D. Rockefeller, r., today called
"more democratic than unionism,"
whereby the miners will live under a
sort of union plan, without some of the
features embraced in unionism.
This plan contemplates self govern
ment of the camps, provides for presen
tation of grievances and appeals to of
ficials, though probably these appeals
must be individual rather than collec
tive as in unionism. A collective bar
gaining feature will probably be in
cluded. Rockefeller without giving de
tnils of his scheme declared it contem
plated benefits to nil.
Seconded by "Mother Jones.
Washington, Oct. 1. John D. Rocke
feller, Jr. 's, "personally conducted"
welfare trip through Colorado drew n
fiery comment today from "Mother"
Jones, "angel of the mining camps,"
who invited him to make an. inspection
"Ho is making a bigger fool of him
self thnn ever on this trip through
Colorado," she said. "Moreover, I'll
tell him about it, too, the first tim"
I see him. I told him to go there alone,
cull the miners together and hear their
grievances. Tnstend he is surrounded
with his satellites. W. McKenzie Kinp.
nnd the rest arc having him see only
what they wnnt him to see.
" Dnncing with n mine boss' wife and
borrowing a mine superintendent's
nightgown, as he did on his tour, will
not put more food into the stomachs of
underpaid miners, their wives and ba
bies. ' '
15 OREGON NEWS TODAY J
Portland, Or., Oct. 1. Tra M. Brown
is suffering today from a bite in the
throat. He partly swallowed his false
teeth in a fit nf laughter. A surgeon
removed tho masticators.
Portland, Or., Oct, 1. Dr. David X.
Hoberg became state health officer to
day succeeding Dr. Calvin S. White. Ho
was elected to the office bv tho state
board of health last May.
Portland, Or., Oct. 1. Hundreds of
armed men were headed for the fields
nnd forests today. The 1013 hunting'
season for ducks and pheasant in the I
Oregon counties west of the Cascades,!
with tiie exception of Coos, Curry and
Josephine was ou. j
Portland, Or., John W. Minto, elected
by the state board of control yesterday
to be warden of the state penitentinrvv
succeeding his brother, Harry, killed,
Monday night by an escniied convict,
went to Snlem today to enter upon the
duties of the office.' i
D.ul. r i nr. i
! DlJUPv LOIIldlllS ' 1 die
of Mexican Outrages
Salinas, Cal., Oct. 1. The terrors of
livin in revolution-torn and provertv-I
stricken Mexico and the
which Americans are subjected to by'
........ ..4 ...,-Aiuunii nii isqni iiiilinns
were disclosed in a strange manner to
day when the contents of s lettnr
tained in a bottle nicked nn nn Gia rnatt I
near Monterey were made known here. ,
ine letter was enclosed in the bottle
on August IS. 1914, and was cast into
tho waters of the Pacific from the Am
erican settlement at I.os Moehia, Sin-
The findei was requested to
letter to P. D. Boyd 310 San.oi
s Prancisco 1lu'nI
TIKE IN TEXAS TOWN
Marshall, Texas, Oct. 1. Fire today
destroyed the coach and paint shops,
the general storage building aiid sev
eral smaller structures of the Texs 1'.
j cific railway here, with a loss of $700..
The flames ate their way through a
section a quarter of a mile'iquare, con
suming numerous passenger and box
II iY lor ral, a Journal
Want AA will tmll if.
three or four hours tho scent. 1 tinre
liable and after five hours it is almost
a useless task. '
L. H. SITTER.
Germany Has Not Determined
, Disposition of Conquered
Bcrliu, by wireless to Sayville, Oct.
1. Germany has not determined what
disposition she will aiake of Belgium,
Under Foreign Secretary Zimmerman
declared today in a newspaper inter
view. But uhe is determined that Bel
gium "shall not be England's var
"-Germany has always wanted
peace," he said, "h.ia she now wants
guarantees that the present war will not
He added that Poland's future, too,
hus not been decided, but declared that
Germany will determine both cases and
that no nation will be able to impose its
will upon Germany.
The interview was granted to the cor
respondent of thc.Nieuwe Rotterdam
sche Courant. Zimmerman assured him
that Germany does not intend to vio
late Holland's neutrality nor to at
tack her economic and political inde
pendence. He added that Germany ap
preciates Holland's neutrality.
an HALL NEWS
Police court was a busy place this
morning with the usual grist of speed
ers and drunks who inhabit this city
during tiio state fair and run afoul of
the Salem police. In all during the
month of September 61 arrests were
made by the Salem police officers and
charges booked at the station. Twenty
eight of these arrests were on charges
of intoxication, which is more than for
any single month since the city went
dry. Speeders totalling 19 were arrest
ed, two vagrants, two bootleggers, two
escapes, one for violating a traffic or
dinance, one on a state charge, and
four for. Portland authorities. Chief of
Police Welsh made 7 arrests, Hickerson
made or assisted in 11, White 8,. Victor
3, Stubbs 7, Varney 21, Nicholson 5,
Irvin 3, Constable Cooper 3, Street
Commissioner Budlong 1. Three cases
wero dismissed, fines amounting to $1S2
were assessed, ami a total of i2 days in
jail was sentenced by Judge Elgin dur
ing tho month.
John Trambitcas, Joe Glickinan and
Moses Cohen, three youths from Port
land were arrested by the fair grounds
police yesterday and 'turned over to tho
constable of this district to be held for
the Portland juvenile court officers. Jt
was charged tlint the boys were steal
ing articles out of tiie niitos parked at
the fair grounds. They were locked
up in the city jail to await the arrival
of the Portland officers.
William Stultser was arrested last
- " f --a
JY E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NUMBER OF
LARGE SHIPMENTS OF SHOES OF THE VERY
FINEST MAKES AND TIIE LATEST STYLES
AND WE ARE GOING TO MAKE SATURDAY
?v ?H1?GEST DAY IN 0UR HISTORY IF YOU
5TaA?TTT?JI0ES C0ME TOMORROW AND HELP
JJ EA? ALL RECORDS; IT WILL HAVE TO
SSJ BIDAY AS WE HAVE AL
5EADY MADE ONE OR TWO NEW RECORDS
1 iyj012 ARRANGEMENTS FOR MORE
HELP AND WII.T. WAIT nxr vnir nnmtnnv
See New Shoes Saturday
326 State St
night on a charge of being intoxicatwl
and pleaded guilty before Ju,gP Eh.1
this niorninff and wss uivn .
$10 or o days in jail. ,
Jack CarHnn. whn won o......... i
terday on a charge of being intoxicated
pleaded not guilty before Judge Elgin
and his trial will be held this after
noon when the night officers who made
the arrest will be called to testify.
Bert Alnhin. of T.ohnnnn n, :.i..i
up by the Salem police yesterday on a
charge of illegal liquor.selling and tak
en before Judge Elgin. Alphin plead-
eir PlliltV tn the chnrtra ntwl :
o ..no given
a jail sentence of 20 days which he is
now serving in ucrault of the cash.
A MERCILESS JUDGE
One Who Shows No Favor.
A merciless judge is Father Time,
Before him the weak and the wanting
go to the wall. Only the truth can
stand. For years the following state
ment from a Salem resident has with.
stood this stornest of all tests.
A. J. Wood, 733 North Front Btreet,
Salem, says: "Kidney complaint got to
bad in my case that I knew I would
have to check it or suffer more serious
results. Just nftor getting up in the
morning, the complaint was worse. I
had heard of Doan's Kidney Pills doing
good work in similar cases. I begna
using them. In a short timo I was free
from kidney complaint. I have never
had a sign of kidney complaint since."
A Permanent Cure.
More than six years later, Mr. Wood
said: "I have never had a rotum symp
tom of kidney complaint since Doan's
Kidney Pills curod mo. I willingly con
firm my former endorsement of this
Price 50 cents, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr Wood has twice publicly recom
mended. Foster-Milburn Co., Props.,
Buffalo, K. T.
1UU ,1 1VU1UI llin
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and Bush Bk