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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY. OCT. 2. 1915.
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I PHONB MAJX U.
PH05IE 937 for a wood saw. Oct 2
FIR WOOD $3.50 per cord. Phono
JOIN CENTRAL EMPIRES
Wiihia Fortnight Balkan Kmg-
. don WD Be Actively
TOMATOES T Yes. Phone Cunirnings,
SEVEN ROOM furnished house for
rent. Phono "4." . tf
FOR SALE Nearly new, highgradej
piano. A bargain. Phone 125. Oct3
FOB SALE Choice pointer dogs, train
to field work. Phone 24-F-2. Chas.
WANTED German girl to do house-
work in small famil
Jeep at home.
TAKEN UP Dark red cow and 2 year;
old black and white heifer. Owner
can secure by paying expenses. Phone
FIRST CLASS Burbank potatoes, 50e I
per bushel. Phone 21F3. Octal
FOR RENT One seven room modern
cottage on S. 12th street. Inquire at
Imperial Furniture Co. Oct 2
ORDER MAPLE WOOD of Ward K.
Richardson. $4.00 per cord. Grub
oak, $5.00. Phone 494. Oe.t2
WANTED Man with grain cradle
to harvest buckwheat or want to buy
grain cradle. See or phone Dr. Mott. tf
BALDWIN and Spitzenberg apples de
livered for 50c per bushel. Mrs. Os
car Meyer. Phoue 64F21. Octl5
WANTED Fresh cows, or to be fresh
soon. Phone 430, 3 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Farmers' Feed Bam. Oct2
YOUNG MEN and young women should
read the advertisement" of the Cap
ital Business College - elsewhere in
this issue. Oct2
MAN WITH ' ANTOMOBILE wants to
get acquainted witli hunter with good
dog. Phone after 6 p. m., 580M. (Sun
day hunting preferred.) Oet2
FOR SALE Ten acres, with new farm
buildings, partially cleared, 5 miles
from Dallas. - Will accept five hun
dred in trade. W. A. Liston. Oct2
"WANTED Boy over 15 on farm, must
be good milker and understand care
of stock. No idlers need apply. Ad
dress R. A. Blivina, Shaw, Oregon,
Route No. 1, Bos 19. Oct2
BOOMS FOR RENT Two pleasant
rooms, modern in every respecet, 4
blocks north of state house, 1-2 block
from carline, terms to . suit. 840
Union street ' " tf
MONEY TO LOAJ 1,-000 up' to $10,
000, on improved farms. Thos. A.
Roberts, 209 U. S. National Bank
Bldg., Salem, Oregon . Oct.15
JX)ST On the Oregon state fair
grounds, September 30, ladies hunt
ing case gold watch, tan leather fob,
i engraved K. to E. Reward. Mrs. K.
M. Colo, Turner, Oregon. 0(t.1
MONEY TO LOAN On improved
farms at 7 per cent aninnal interest.
I am representing the Commerce Safe
Deposit & Mortgage Co. of Portland,
Oregon. Quick delivery of money.
Write me or call at Marion Hotel. F.
J. Bcrger, Salem, Oregon. tf
By Henry Wood.
(United Press staff correspondent.)
London, Oct. 2. Within a fortnight
Bulgaria will join the Austro-Germans
in a combined attempt to cut through
the Balkans to Constantinople, accord
ing to reliable information today. The
plan is to squeeze Serbia between three
armjes. The Auatro-O rmaus would at
tack the western and northern frontiers,
while the Bulgarians would hurl their
furces from the east.
These forces would occupy Macedonia
unless the aid of allied troops to the
Serbians gives promise that these at
tempts would be repelled.
The allied capitals ha ve no further
doubt as to Bulgaria's intentions. They
have accepted Foreign Minister Grey's
statement of Teutonic aid in Bulgaria 's
mobilization as a certain forerunner of
her entrance on the side of the central
The London press viewed Ferdinand 's
decision, as a case of "backing the
The fact that the Greek parliament
voted the war bills convinces the allies
that Greece will aid them when Bul
garia attacks. Rumania's position is
still doubtful, though Bucharest con
tinues to report military preparations.
JERSEY CATTLE Hi
ELECT OFFICERS FDR
NEXT YEAR AT FAIR
Many Breeders Will Exhibit
Herds Now At Fair At
Tiny Tots Are Provided Witk
Amusement While the
Tired Mother Rests
WILL TAKE CATTLE or horses as
nat'mnnt .in liaOii nlnoa nn Knlam
Heights. J. H. Arcnimeier, Route 4, j
Salem, Oregon. Oct6 i
AGENTS WANTED The best seller
for agents. We have it. Anyone can
Rf.U it. Tn nrnvn it wrifA H. t' !
Box 41, Oak Grove, Oregon. Oct2
STOLEN On September 27 from my
residence, a Dayton bicycle, No. in
628. My name on frame. Finder re
tain and receive reward. Ralph Hai.i
MEN AGENTS New patented vacuum
duster. Only way to clean Auto
- mobile, office and home. Sella $1.25
to $3.00. Local and district men
wanted. Auto-Vac Duster Co., Jack
MALE HELP WANTED Managers,
capable, ambitious young men want
ed as traveling and state managers;
$1200.00 yearly salary and expenses;
or cash and commission. Also local
representatives wanted; $12.00 week
ly salary and commission. Goodwear
Hosiery Mills, Dept. 28, Trenton, New
. Jersey. Oct8
FEMALE HELP WANTED Women,
young or middle aged, wanted as sper
cial representatives in home town;
$12.00 weekly salary and commission.
Also state and traveling manager
wanted; $1200.00 yearly salary and
expenses, or cash and commission.
Goodwear Hosiery Mills, Dept. 2H,
. Trenton, New Jorsey. OctS
SALESMEN Pocket side line,' new
live proposition, all merchants in
towns of 100,000 and, under want it.
Pays $5.00 commission on each sale.
No collecting, no risk to merchant.
We take back unsold goods. Easiest,
biggest paving side line ever offered.
Canfield Mfg. Co., 208 Sicgel St.,
Entire Change of Program
BOB AND PEGGY VALENTINE
In a Big Surprise Act, Featuring Quick Change,
Making Five Complete Changes Before the Audience.
Universal Feature 2-reels
"A WITCH OF SALEM TOWN"
Featuring Mary Fuller
. "WHAT A BLIND MAN SAW"
A Modern Romance, 2-acts.
This Film Is Released for the Wexford.
It Almost Happened
Presenting LEE MORAN, MISS BILLIE RHODES
Matinee 2 to 5. Evening 6:30, 8:00 and 9:30
REMEMBER OUR PRICE IS 10c
AND OUR PROGRAM EXCELLENT
OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE OUR PATRONS
While a few of the Oregon breeders
of Jersey cattle 'who have exhibits at
the Oregon state fair may not enter the
Panama-Pacific livestock exhibition at
San Francisco, on account of the re
vival of the foot-and-mouth disease
scare, many of them signified their
intention of entering the national com
petition with their exhibits at a meeting
of the Oregon Jersey Cattle club, which
was held at the fair grounds this after
noon. The meeting was presided over
by President C. C. Dixon, of Shedd, and
officers for the ensuing year were elect
ed as follows: President, R. L. Burk
hart, Albany; Warren Gray, first vice
president; Frank Doerfler, of Silverton,
second vice; Frank Laughary, Mon
mouth, secretary-treasurer, and W. H.
Smith, Oregon City, director.
Upon motion of Congressman C. A.
McArthur, of Riekreall, the club voted
to open a campaign for the addition
of more members with a view of get
ting every Jersey breeder in the state
into the organization and widening the
scope of its influences for the ad
vancement and protection of the indus
try. Secretary Longhary was directed
to correspond with the American Jersey
Cattle club, with which tho stato ell:
is affiliated, and which keeps a rec
ord of all of the Jersey breeders of the
state, to get the names of all Oregon
breeders for the purpose of soliciting
their membership.- During the discus
sion of this subject the fact was
brought out that there were more reg-
istered-for-mer.it Jerseys (those capable
of producing 423 pounds of butter fat
and better per year) in Oregon than
any other state in the union, outsido of
New York state.
There are over 20u Jersey cattle on
exhibition at the state fair owned by
23 Oregon exhibitors which is the larg
est state exhibit of Jersey cattle in the
country. There was a full representa
tion of the exhibitors present and a
general discussion of matters of interest
to Jersey breeders was participated in
during which general satisfaction and
good feeling was expressed as a result
of tho award of premiums and all were
pleased with the success of the fair and
Illahee Country Club
Will Hold Meeting
President Bush of the Illahee Coun-'
try club has issued a call for a general
membership meeting of the club for S p.
m. next Monday evening, in the aupdi
torium of the Commercial club.
This will be the regular annual meet
ing of the club, and there will be much
important, business to be transacted.
Among this will be the election of the
officers for the coming year.
This meeting follows the meeting of
the board of directors which was held
last week. Practically all of the board
were in attendance, and each was en
thusiastic over the prospect- for the
club for the coming year. It was de
cided to make plans for an aggressive
membership campaign immediately to
follow the general meeting, and to make
it a point to get new men and women
I interested in the gnmo of golf. The
I board felt that with the splendid condi
i tion of the links, and the promised
road improvement, lucre would be
great demand for club privileges this
coming fall and winter.
DurinJ the past three months, the
: links have suffered from the dry weath
) er and although there has been a steady
i attendance of players vacation trips
I have detracted from the popularity of
I Golf is considered the ideal fall and
winter game in this ciimuti; nnil it is
j planned to okmi the season with a rush.
Fostofces Are Robbed
In Poik County Towns
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dullus, Ore., Oct. U Wednesday night
burglars entered the postoffiee at Mon
mouth and after tearing open several
parcel post packages left without tak
ing anything of value. Entry was gain
ed by buttering in the front door of
the building w ith a heavy timber. I.bk!
week the postoffice ami store at Buena
Vista was broken into hut nothing val
uable taken. Tho sheriff's office has
been hot on the trull of the burglars all
week and arrests may be expected at
any time. About a year ago several
postofficea throughout the country were
broken into and much Valuable property
taken and it is supposed that the samo
gang is at work in the county nguin this
General Increase In
Lumber Price Predicted
Tncomn, Wash.. Oct. 2, A reneral
lucre'ase in the price of all grades of
lumber is forecasted hero today by the
' action of mil men comprising the mem
bership of the Went Coast Lumber Man
ufacturers in racing the prices of slash
I grain flooring and drop siding respec-
tively 1 and f 1..-0 per thousand, l.um
1 bermen expect an active market in the
t A vote of all the manufacturers on
j the eoast will be sought at once to
; determine whether prices on the diffcr
' ential list of the association shall take
November 1. If a majority favor the
I advance, it will morn a general increase
; in til lumber prices.
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S. and C.
While all exhibits on display at the
Oregon state fair are of educational
value there are some among them which
go even farther than this and serve the
double purpose or being not ouly in
structive in nature buc aUo render val
uable physical service in a big institu
tion such as this, rromiuent among
these stand out the children's play
grounds, the baby nursery and, last but
not least tho congress of mothers and
parent-toat-Lers association booth.
Tho children's playground has given
very valuable service in connection with
the state fair not only in furnishing a
healthful source of amusement for the
small .i:id lull crown children but it
touch's a lesstm in the best kinds of1
play ti the physic- 1 and n:i ntul devel-!
opment of the child, rue baby nursery, !
in the old pavilion, is not only a boon i
to tired mothers in affording them re-j
lief from the burden of hnviug to
worry and fret with a restless and fret-1
ful baby, but it also Mprves as a small '.
kindergarten where the little tots are I
given their initial training in tho use '
of their hands and brains. Both of!
theso departments are in charge of I
trained directors and nurses who are ;
equipped for any emergency, in case of ;
accident or sudden illness, and who are j
competent to teach the child the best I
and most instructive methods of utiliz
ing tho plaything equipment.
In the case of tho Congress of Moth
ers' and Parent-Teachers' association
booth, of which Mrs. H. L. Vail, of
Portland, is superintendent, all sorts of
paraphernalia are provided for the
amusement and instruction of the public
generally in the science of rearing chil-!
dren to become useful men and women
and also ready means for providing
prompt "first aid to tho injured relief"
in the event of accident. This depart
ment ia under the direct supervision of
Miss Margaret Wishert, a trained nurse
of the Snlem hospital who is putting in
her third year at the stato fair, in the
capacity of nurse and demonstrator of
the different apparatus and medical
From a practical standpoint this de
partment has upon numerous occasions
rendered valuable first aid in cases of
accidents, which have occurred on the
grounds this year, and has proved its
value as a necessary adjunct to a suc
cessful state fair. On one occasion one
of the cooks in a fair grounds conces
sion suffered a severe burn of the arm
and hand as the ra.rt of a gas stove
explosion and tho Injured member was
given prompt relief through treatment
given by Miss Wishert. Wodnesay ev
ening a littlo boy became separated
from his parents and lost and lie was
taken vto the booth nnd made comfort
able and sent to his home, out of the
city, on the following morning at the
expense of the department.
Vaudeville Program at
The Grand Tomorrow
The. Portland papers are unanimous
in fnvorallc comment on the Sullivan
& Considine vaudeville bill which has
bcr.i i'ii ut the Kinpress the past weuk
nnd wind; comes to Halem at the (irand
ti .morrow tor two nights and Sunday
ma .i nee.
Six attractions comprise the bill to
be shown here, headlining Little Caruso
a'i-1 his company in a pretty mmi'iil
si'ifcii.g end scenie attraction. Iftvtie
Herron and Milt Arnsnuiii liven tiio Lit ! I
with their clever comedy and minHlr.'l
offering. A sulfragette slieti'li, en
titled "A uiet Woman" by Ktaufield,
Hall ami Lorraine, is full of hearty
laughs. Owen Wright, tho Amvr'cuu
hunioriht ami mimic, imitates steam
boats, locomotives, musical instrunivnts
anil numerous other familiar sounds.
Otto Hicks ami Dollv Hevmoure offer
a singing, dancing and comedy number,
and the Ambler llros. is a nencatinnal
act as tho world s best equilibrists.
I'nees will lie as heretofore 25c, .Vic
and .()r, with a bargain matinee Sun
day at 25c, nay Nit.
Willamette Plays.O. A. C.
At Coryallis Today
The Willamette university football
team is laboring with the Oregon Ari
cultural college huskies at Cervullis
this afternoon in a soft muddy field
which will prove a serious handicap to
the litfht Willamette squad. Coach
Matthews took almost his entire squad
with him to the game in order that they
might absorb some football knowledge
even if they were not put into the
The O. A. C. squad Is an unknown
ouantity this year as far as the. con
ference strength is concerned but Wil
lamette left this rity with little hopes
of humbling the Aggies. The Willam
ette is siilmta itially the same fls the
one that worked against the Willam
ette Alumni in the first half of the
game Inst Friday. Next Huturiloy Wil
lamette ulsys the Albany college team
in this city.
TEXLLIS POLES SHIPPED.
BIGGEST SHOW IN TOWN
AND COMPANY IN
"A NIGHT IN VENICE"
"A QUIET WOMAN'
"T he Minstrel Maid"
Assisted by Milt Arnsman
" STAN FIELD, HALL and LORRAINE
AMBLER BROS, and CO
World's Best Equilibrists
HICKS and SEYMOUR
The Clever Comedy Pair
American Humorist and Mimic
PRICES 25c, 35c, 50c
SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 o'clock.
Any Seat 25c.
EVENING PERFORMANCE AT 8
COURT HOUSE NEWS :
District Attorney ltingo toduy filed
the appellant's brief in the supreme
eourt in the case of me Stato of Ore?
son airainst Krnest Underwood. Vn-
durwood was charged with attempting
tn aolicit for no- immoral woman and
was indicted on this charge hy the
grand jury. When the cose came up for
trial Underwood's attorneys knocked
out the indictment on tho grounds that
it did not mention the lady s nume as
the indictmeut said " Jano Doe." Judge
Kelly sustained the demurrer of the at
torneys for the defeuilunt and the stute
appealed to the supreme eourt. Attor
neys Smith k Shields are representing
A marriage license wus issued at the
office of the county clerk yesterday af
ternoon to Chester A. Baker, a farmer
of Rose Lodge, and Georgia A. Conrow,
of this city.
An order was issued by ,Indje Ilushey
today citing Mrs. -M. A. Hoteling, fit
Woodburn, to appear in tho county
court room Alondny, October IN, and
show cause why N. A. Hufford should
not be appointed guardian of her es i
fate. Her estate consists of personal
property valued ut $1,100. Mrs. Hotel
ing is 2 years of ago and held to be
incompetent to transact her affairs.
Jackson Bouter, colored, aged 82
years, was committed to the Oregon
Stuto hospital this morning after 1111
examination by Dr. K. D. Hyrd. Senil
ity was given as the cause of the fixed
delusions which affected tho patient.
Harvey Wells, as receiver for the Ore
gon Horticultural Kire Relief of Oregon,
hua filed a petition at the office of the
county clerk asking permission to tiring
suit agaiust all of the policy holders to
recover the assessments due and unpuid
upon their policies. The policy holders
in many instances have paid the last
assessment levied but some refused to
pay upon the representation of the com
mittee ill Vortluud of policy holders
who profuss to entertain tho belief that
the assessment can bo beaten in the
rourU. The granting of permission to
bring suits agaiust the policyholders in
arrears will open up the controversy
and will doubtless .wait in further
Judge William Galloway, in depart
ment No. 2 of the circuit court of this
county today handed down a decree in
the case of W. A. Wise, Dora Wise,
nnd lleorgia Wise, against H. W. Wag
ner and Sophia Wagner. This was a suit
to quiet title to luia 1, 2 and II of
tract 1(1 Wise acres containing 3 1 11
acres which tho defendants purchased'
upon a contract hut according to tho
findings of fuct tailed to keep up their
piiymeiits and forfened their title to
tho property iu question, Hy the de
cree the fee Niniple title to the proper-,
ty is vested in tho plaintiffs.
Mnrriugc licenses were Issued today
ut the office of the county clerk to:
Jesse A. Hendorshott, a Htnyton con-
I fectiuuery dealer, and Murie William
' sun, a Stayton clerk; Krmel K. Cramer,
a Hilverton laborer, and Minnie Hello
Van Cleave, a Hilverton telephone op
erator; and to (loorgu Merritt Fnber, a
Portland .ilesiaaa, iiid Mary i, Hrown,
of this citv.
Gee! Id have a
birthday every daj
if we had
Fourteen iar loads of trellis poles for
hop yards owned by T. A. Idvesly and
company, of Haleni, are being shipped
from Kugeiie by Kdwurds Hros., of the
upper Willamette country. '1'he poles
are eaeh Ti feet long and wete cut in
the woods on the upper river near I Jin
dm and filiated to Kngene, where they
were snaked out on the north hunk of
tho stream near the Ferry street
liridge. The poles are hauled to th
Oregon Klertric cars for snipmcnt to a
station south of Halem.
Kdwanl llros. have already shipped
half of the pole and will have the re
mainder shipped withia a short lime.
'V 1 Ji flavor you use
PI ' I II u hurries. Tho
II I ciosn iMitween the inouiiUin blaiklier fc, TzLii
I I . the juii-e as the In
ry aid the
come from th field, wet
-4 i v o tho children something new
t them enjoy this new fruit juice
ic delirious jui.-e of Oregon's famous
i y h n I it r ics ! It's the miiiio delicious
I to 1 1 ml in wild lilHek
rcgon loxtinlierry is a
n tiie mountain Mink her
red raspberry. We press
with the morning dew.
Tell Your Grocer to Send You a Few Bottles of
Have some of it ready for little impromptu oceasinns. See the wsy its
delirious flavor will deiight everyone. "1,ojii," like nn other fruit juice,
contains tho natiirsl citric acid. Vm can compare "l.oju'' flavor wilh
nothing else it isn't thn sweet, insipid flavor, neither does it leave thut
heavy, sluggish after effect.
"l.oju" is light crisp, with enough of thut acid tanno to ninke you want
a second gliiHs.
Try "Loju" In the individual bottle.
It Is terred at the state fnir, and all
of Bnlem'i fountains and Sweet bhops.
Northwest Fruit Products Co.
i "' .,.