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TAX BUDGET WILL BE
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FRAMED AT SPECIAL
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1915.
THE NEW STORE, AT
In Rear of Store
T he busiest place in town.
All the new Millinery ready to
wear. Hats or shapes.
Fine assortment of f a n c y
Silk Velvets in a great variety
Hats made to order.
BOY'S ALL WOOL SUITS, WITH TWO PAIRS OF
AGENTS FOR ROYAL TAILORS, BEST IN THE WORLD. SUITS AND y.
OVERCOATS MADE TO ORDER
Porter Charlton on Trial
for Murder of His Wife
Bv Alice Rohe. I
(United rress stair orrespouuem, ,
Como, Italy, Oct. 5 -Porter Charlton
went on trial here today.
x rum lue jiuii uugo u " wv
in Italv is always confined in
the courtroom, the young American, not
yet twenty-five, listened to tho opening' practically means ueam irom insaimy
of the case. From the start it was clear in a few years. The sentence for
that the defense would attempt to prove, murder not deliberate is twenty years,
that he was insane when he killed with The many extenuating circumstances
a mallet his wife of less than a month! in the case, together with the youth of
on the night of June 7, 19lfl, stuffed! the prisoner, and the fact that "crimes
her body in a trunk, and threw it intolof passion" are not regarded with
the flpnth. of T,ake Como. ereat seriousness in Italy, have led
The strangeness of the crime was not!
a i il.
lessened hv the medieval caee. and the:
two fantastically costumed carbineers'
who gunrded him, with their Napoleonic
hats gaily cocknded and thoir decorated'
uniforms, appeared in spite of the sin-
ister setting like opera bouffe chorus-
Charlton is an American with Italian!
lawyers, in nn Italian court being1
tried by Italian methods. However, in 1
the two years since he was taken back'
to Italy, he has learned the Italian
language sufficiently well to be able to
follow the progress of hia trial. I
The iurv which will hear the pleas'
.n 0;,i K..H- it i. mo. l
tip almost entirely of professional men,1
and the reports "of the alienists who
have been watching tho prisoner will
not fall unon ignorant ears. There
have been three reports by alienists
all of a type familiar in America, which
will be introduced at the trial. The
fir.t .),. .i.c.o ,ioM,,i him in.
ane at the time the crime was com-i It is iid that the experience drove
mined- the seend for the cown d-U-harlton into period, of insanity during;
clarld MmVne, and the third,"rovided on. of which' he killed her The de- i
V the governmeat, ieft loophole, bothju oS lS
n,ig between 'the court and tl
240 AND 246 COMMERCIAL STREET
THE OLD LOCATION. YOft WILL FIND THIS J
A STORE PROFITABLE PLACE FOR
CHUCK FULL OF DESIRABLE WEARABLES.
RAINCOATS AT LOW PRICES
prisoner were the visions of the penal
1 t.:..t u. ..::....,. Tl.
ly ...ca m, "." "i"'" "
sentence for deliberate murder is life
imprisonment. The first jears of j
r..- ... . ,
finement in a dark cell with only bread
and water for food a sentence which-
Chnrlton 'a counsel to believe that
mill l.a aiiiIa nnsHihln in frpe him.
will be Quite possible to free him.
Charlton, then not twenty and a
clerk in a New York banking house,
married Mary Scott Castle, May 12,
1910. She was twice hia age, had been
well known in San Francisco and New
York, and had short experience on the
stage. She was of an intensely passion
ate and jealous nature, and when Chal-,
ton met her she was being held on bail
for the shooting of William H. Craig, a,
broker, in tho elevator or tne vt anion-1
Astoria. She fascinated Charlton, and
the attention of the young man pleased
Thev sailed for Genoa four days after,
their marriage, and immediately they,
began a series of violent quarrels. They
went, tnrougn Jtaiy ami io me snores oi
Como, where their quarrels were so
j strenuous that they were asked to leave
the hotel. Then they rented the V illa
negnazzi at anmramu, mien
was commit ed.
Made from the right crude
The Jury of Awards at both San Francisco
and San Diego Expositions found an oil
mide from California asphalt-base crude,
highest in lubricating efficiency. That oil wu
Zerolene.The fact, too, tint such unbiaied author
Tries at a U. S. Naval Engineer, engineeri of the
Packard and Ford Motor Coinptniei, nd other),
have also gone on record in favor of oils niae
from atphalt-bisa crude in accord with the de
cision of the Exposition juriet prorei thit 7 io.
lene is made of the nghl crude, and mad igit.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
ike Standard Oil for Motor Cars
YOU TO TRADE
Hosiery, Under wear. Big
stock; Low prices.
Ladies' Union S u i t s, nice
white, winter .weights, only 50
Girls' Union Suits, winter
goods, 50 cents.
Outing Flannels, the heavy
10c grade, in white or colors.
"This week only 8'ic yard.
PANTS. BALMACAAN It
7, anj at its height Charlton, blind
1 with rage, picked up a mullet and boat
her to death. Ho put the body in j
trunk and sank it in the lake. Then he.
fled. The trunk was found two days!
later and search was made for Charl-!
ton's body, for it was believed that he
too, was the victim of a murder. He
was arrested as ho walked down the
gangplank of the Prinzess Irene in New
Jiruur. ne nun i
York harbor. He had sailed from
Genoa. He confessed the crime, but he
b fc , , .'harlt
f fct extpa,m, jt was not
til August 1913, that the United States
Supreme court decided that he must re
turn to Italy to stand trial. There he!
was lodged in an asylum for observance, j that he planned to elope with her to
Italian legal processes are slow, but South America.
the trial was finally set for August,! 1
1914. The coming of the world war;! i! 1 T f T II Mppf-
eaused the first postponement, and llallUlldl II. V. ! U. HlCtilO
Italy's entrance into the war caused it
to be postponed aijnin.
t finement will be taken into account if
..... . . " V "
1 lie time that he has spent in con
is sentenced to a limited.
DALLAS LOCAL NEWS
( Capital Journal Snecinl Serviced
Dallas, Ore., Oct. 4. O. C. and J. V.
Smith have purchased from W. A. Aycrs!
the Orand and Star motion picture
houses and will conduct them in the fu-
ture along tne same lines that tney
have been running the Orpheum. For
the present time the shows will be run
in the Orand theatre and upon the com-
pletion of the building to be occupied
by the Orpheum the main shows will be
transferred to that building as it has
, m.,iu.j.ui.. ujhu
Arrested for KllUng Vhnunu.
fl. Schsffer, J. Wright. H. A. WnRht,
"r.'f " "nKCr, uu
Independence, wei. -rrested Wedi.es- i, (... ,avi ct vir to H. J. Graff,
morning by Sheriff J. W. Orr on !et , part y, M. Cone laim 32, 3, 1
J k,"h" oSlw.V Vwo7i I w' P"" ' K '
V S?!Xl ! " TT?
day afternoon. Friday afternoon they
were given a jury trial in Justice
Hardy Holmnn'a court and two of the
men fined $25 apiece.
Polk Wins at Tair.
Polk county won first prizes on the
school exhibit and tho county exhibit
at the stnte fnlr at Salem this week.
Winning of the blue rmfmn by the coun
ty is due to the hard work of Mrs.
Winnie Hrnden, .secretary of the fair
association and J. K. French, who have
spent a greater part of the summer col
lecting and sorting and preserving
fruits and grains for the exhibit. The
collection will be taken to Portland
next week and exhibited at the land
products show which will tie held the
latter part of this month.
Pittsburg Press: A good many peo
ple thought that perhaps in the ab
sence of Kockefeller, Jr., the Dible class
might adopt a resolution asking him to
raise the miners' wages. But evident
ly the class is still a little more under
the influence of 2rt Broadway than of
Nazareth. Anyway, it didn't.
Portland Secured First Place
By Haying Wider Variety
Second prize was awarded to the Sa
lem high school fur an exhibit of man
ual training, domestic science and art
work of districts of the first elass, at
the state fair, l'ortlaud receiving the
Salem won on arrangement and best
appearing exhibit, but l'ortlnnd's per
rentage was nigucr on ine greater va
riety of work. lu the Portland exhibit
were displays from the Benson Poly
technic. school, the Trade school, as well
as from the difterent high schools,
While the Salem spnee was but Iti by
24 feet, that occupied by Portland was
twice as large. .
The cabinet -work of the Salem ex
hibit was especially noticeable, while
Portland displayed uo cabinet work of
any kind. Another exhibit that at
tracted general attention and was fa
vorably commented uu, was that of art
and bnsketry from tlic grade schools.
In the. arrangement of the exhibit
the grade art and high school draft
ing was mounted and framed on the
wall, while the furniture occupied the
center floor space. Art crufts with lat
tice wire effects was the scheme of the
exhibit, with the general color theme in
browns, mingled with reds and orange.
In harmony with the general color tone
of the decorations, the lattice work
frames were in dark brown, ornament
ed with autumn leaves.
The exhibit this yenr at the state fair
waa in every way larger and more at
tractive than those of former years. In
charge of the exhibit as a whole was
6. B. Bonell, head of tho manual train
ing department of the high school, as
sisted by Miss Florence Wuest, now iu
charge of the grade art, to whom must
be given much credit for a greater
amount of the designing of tho ex
hibit. Miss Bertha Edwards, of the do
mestic science department assisted ma
terially in the success of the exhibit.
The display of art, under the direction
of Miss Ethel Merriam, and the junior
high domestic science display with llissi
Shaw in charge attracted much tavor-
able attention and added ereatlv to
ll 1 ' 1 ' i ...1. 1
me exiiiuil us a mum.-.
L K'J IS
training displays, the various articles
shown were the actual worn ot tlic
pupils, and were collected jiiMt n few
:lnvs before tlic opening of tin fair,
and none were especially prepared for
Take ns a whole, those who were in
charge, and the teachers in the vnr'ous
Jopa.tn.ents re much gr itified by tho
excellence -::r me exnuni ami ny
universally f'lvornblo expression
praise and nppuval.i .
Seeks To Prevent Sale
of Valuable Securities
T,oh Atigolrfl, Oct. 5. Superior JihIro
Viti iiiuiiii will novfc Mut iiriln v lmnr nvi.
denco on the application o'f Ezra T.
-,,i,i, i,i,..rmn,. f,.,. nn in.
,.;' ,,,, ;i i,u .if f,,
posing of securities worth $'.hz,uit,
which lie alleges, sue took trom ins
safe deposit box in a bank.
In replying to Stimson'g injunction
suit. Jlrs. Annie C. Stimshn filed nn
affidavit, asserting she took the secu
rities from the box because her hus
bit iid was infatuated with Virginia
Oay, 25, a nurse who iB at present in
San Francisco. Mrs. Stimson swears she
nformed her husband had spent
considerable money on Miss Oay, and
In Largest V City
battle, Wash., Oct. 5. More than
i 1,,. ...ln.i..i I u
I,UIIV UCICKlucn uu- ,-ji.fc.irii ihtb ini-
urdnv when the National W. C. T. U.
I convention will open for a five day
Seattle, with a population of 320,000
in the largest city in the I'nitod States
to be entered in the ".Dry" column
j t"Kinning January 1, the stato having
vo'?1 ''7 H"!rl Tu v",,or' of "
"Wet" m Minucapol.s yesterday is
looke'1. l'011 "'l "V 'J I'fi J:T Til
arrivals among the delegates.
The next election, they claim, will
show a big dry victory.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
, j h ,.han(,0 , M,iry 1mMs c,mnco
j Rrt Ht,t, , , w
John Nosak tn Anna Nosak, part
Geo. M. linker Claim No. 44, 3, 1 W;
...... ur i rti :d r. l w
j1 nurft; nlll, . . Kennedy to K. H.
l()borll(, , viri )l(irt h. U. Jones Claim,
No. 3 ,! 4 4i .
Claim 33. 3, 1 W
U L$p 0(mtln tnhVirU
Heads of Departments Meet
Tonight at 7 p jn. to Frame
At. a short session of the city council
last night it was -decided to call a
meeting at 7 o'clock tonight of the
heads of the various committees of the
council to formulate the tax budget for
next year. The budget will be dis
cussed at tonight's meeting and then
presented to the people of the city for
approval or disnppiovnl before it is
formally adopted by the city council in
their regular meeting.
A petition was rend asking thnt the
name of liose avenue be changed back
to Fifth street and upon being jmt to
a vote tho petition was indefinitely
postponed. It was recalled later by
Councilman McCracken who said the
title to some of the property along this
street was affected and the residents
desired that the maiden naino of the
street be restored. The proposal car
ried. A communication as read from the
city attorney stating that the narrow
strip of the Cronise property which the
council wished to purchase, in order
that tiie street might be widened
could be purchased lor 1 50 in cash and
the city to do the paving. The conn
cHliuen objected to the city doing tho
paving as the cost of the paving was
not. established and asked that a cash
consideration bo submitted.
John McSorley and Arthur O. Me
Sorley were to be ordered to vacate
the alley iu Capital Park addition
which it is said they have fenced. Dr.
H. II. Olingcr and Dr. T. Ci Smith were
reappointed by the mayor as members
of the library board. The appointment
was ratified by the council. City He
corder Elgin reported that no appoint
ments of clerks ami judges of election
were made iu time for the notices to be
sent out so he had sent notices to those
serving on the last election board. The
!'0,ll,,'il ratified the action of the city
l i- VI MCI ,
A petition for an arc light
"l "v'v .
,;t., nii, i i).....ii,..-
was referred to the light com-
as nmtron ot "tho V! K depot duri
depot during the
state fair sent in, a. petition asking
mat sue lie npiKiinted to serve ns ma
tron of the O. E. depot regularly and
the matter was referred to the com
mittee on health and police for a re
port. The bill for an ordinance to change
mo present, triune onliuniice which
, qj,.eH at6hlot)iles to back in to the
I cm ns ui an angle or .iu degrees came
up for the first reading last night. It
I was proposed by the new ordinance to
permit autos to drive up to the ciirli
head on so that they would not rim the
risk of smutdiinif bicycles alonif the
- . i . . .......
Tho bill was rend the second time liv
title only anil when the matter cuiiie up
to Vote on the i'inal passage. Councilman
McClelland threw a monkey wrench in
to the gems by voting no, bcrnuse, he
said, everyone was familiar with the
terms of the present ordinance and it it
wero changed it would only cause con
fusion and that he did not consider
it. liny more dangerous to back u car
into the curb than to hack it into the
crowded street so the mutter went over
to the next meeting of the council.
THROUGH BLTJF. SPECTACLES.
(Minneapolis Farm, Stock and Home.)
An editor might imrniihriiKO Lincoln
by saying, "You cu.i please sonic of the
people noine of the time, and you can
liniilcasu seme or the people all t in;
time, but you can't please all of the
jieojilo of the time." Witness the fol
"These are democratic times winch
F H. & 11. sanctions fo 1 am about
half out fif cash and you will have to
wait a little. Mend the paper if yon
like on these terms. 1 have about quit
reading farm papers thiit. are trying
to find a way to produce more. We are
producing so much now that the ship
ping trust is putting the I'nited States
in danger of wnr with Kurope through
trying to get rid of the wheat we raise
and the products of labor in general. It
has lieen said that tnere is nothing In
politics, but i think there is everything
in it except the farmer. G. II. T."
Wouldu t that inr .vouT Here la a
are democratic times and the pioduc -
HUH lJL, JUilll i nnn i.,-,- ,i--,,
greater on tho whole than it wns iu
11111. l osKiblv the turn! press had
something to do with this increased
production F., S. & II. honestly hopes
it has. It sincerely believes that it. is
a quarter of wheat lit a dollar a bushel
than a bushel ot wheat at a ilollnr a
hmdicl, and all joking aside, the in
creased production in the northwest due
to better farming methods comes about
so slowly that it can have practically
no influence on the prices In t.ie
world's markets. Tuts subscriber is
suffering fiom wlmt is known as- an
ingrowing grouch. He is a flat failure
and he wants everybody to know it. lie
proclaims his failure by charging ev
erybody save himself witn contributing
to that end. There are a number ol
him five or six at bast in the north
west; they talk cantankerously about
the politicians, yet they do not do any'
thing to try to lift and better politics,
better for a man to sell a bushel and
subscriber inviting K., H. k II. to send
him a free will offering of fifty cents
year, and at the same time charging
his financial stringency to the fact
that the democrats are in power and to
the assumption that increased produc
tion of crops is responsible for his poor
linanclal return. What is he raising '
Is the price of wheat low I Has butter
fat dee reused in value) Is corn cheap f
Are folks giving away tneir hay Una
anything that the farmer has tn sell
seriously fallen off l;i price I Yet, these
T'jey scoff at farm papers, but thev
do not listen to tne solid advice of the
farmers wao write for these papers.
They stir up ill-will and dissension
wherever they can and whenever the
opportunity to get a hearing is afford
ed them. This is a sorry business for
anyone to engage In. P., H. II. is not
angry at such men; it is only Heepiy
sympathetic with them. They miss so
The History of the World
From the Dawn of Creation
The Great War
Ts depicted in art, science and industry
and presented in wonderful colors
This wonderful Exposition closes Dec, 4
Don't Miss It
I.est you always look back to 1913 with
Scenic Shasta Route
Through the wonderful Valleys of tho
Willamette, the Sacramento, the I'nip
qiui and the Kogue offers exceptional
Low Round Trip Fares
Full particulars with copy of booklet
"Wayside Notes, Shasta Route" or
"California and its Two World Exposi
tions'' on application to nearest agent
SOUTHERN PA CIFIC
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
Beginning to Worry
Berlin, Oct. 4. Three questions of the
very gravest imnortuiicc are at present
occupying the minds of the (lerinuii peo
ple money, soldiers and the economic
Tho strongly pnlrio'ic Vossiche Zci- This home-made cough syrup is now
tung states that while the three wari"' in more homes than any other
loans issued on August 14, 11114, l)e-j cough remedy. Its promptness, ease and
eember 2, 1014, and March 20, 1IU5, , certainty in conquering distressing
asked for 20,001). ' '.0,000 murks, only : coughs, chest nudthroftt colds, is really
1:1,000.000,000 were raised. Other pa- remarkable. You can actually feel it.
pers frankly admit that at present the
country's financial position is des
perate. A new effort is now to be liiudc to
raise new, armies to niakn up fur the
ilrcudful Ionics Hiift'ered iu Poland and
linfMii. Tie three classes .f 1(117,
ili'N and lilll) lire to bo
uiled to the
colors at once,
All Seminaries Are Closed.
At the. recent convention of Prussian
bishops at Fulda under the presidi y
of Archbishop llartiunn of Cologne,
the (piCMtion of how to get new ciiiuli -
dates for ecclesiastic offices wns seri
ously discussed, as all seminaries have
been closed because the students lire
at the front. Forty thousiind Priisaiiin
teachers nie ui.'O in the trenches, and
nf tliC!'i' no less than 0,01)0 have been
killed or wounded.
As for tho economic situation, it
would be absurd to suy that (lermiiiis
are starving, as it is still possible to
get pnictically every article of food
here. Neighboring neutral countries
have been supplying Germany with nil
tho foodstuffs needed, but the prices
have gone up at an alarming rule, and
it is becoming evident that tho mo
ment is drawing near when the neu
trals will have nothing more to sell.
The l.eipziger Neuesto Niichrichten
writes of the economic, situation: "I'll
fortunately there is no prospect what
ever that tho prices or bread ami other
articles of food will go down even
tempornrily, though the German har
vest has been good. Wo dread the
misery the coming winter will bring.
Soma People Almost Penniless.
"Until now our country population
has been able to walk barefooted and
the need of clothing has not been felt,
but what is to become of us during the
approaching winter in spite of all the
heroic sacrifices we have niadel Dur
ing the pnst year the prices of all the
necessaries of life have doubled, and
the people who need food anil clothing
most arc almost penniless. How is this
going to endt"
The Herlinger Tngeblntt, writes: "As
a result of the lack or food during the
early part of the war, thousands of
head of cattle were slaughtered
the country! more than
1,1)00,000 pigs were also killed, and
breeding was practically slopped. We
are now about to feel the effect of
this famine and misery are approach
Inff. Part of the German press also takes
a very gloomy view of tho military
situation, particularly ltussla,
Russian Armies Big Problem.
Thus the Meuchencr Neuste Niich
richten writes: "The object of the
German army should be to destroy the
Russian armies rather than capture
fortresses. Yet the Russian armies
continue to carry nut a retreat that
was dunned by a master mind and
splendidly carried out. Only in the
open field may we hope to win a vic
tory that will seal the fate of the Rus
"The capture of fortresses is all very
well, but if we do nothing but that, the
Russian army leaders will have every
reason to feel exultant. The great ques
tion is, when shall we succeed In an
nihilating the Russian armyt To be or
not to be, is the question which toduy
faces the German UN well as the Russian
AT THE OREGON BUILDING.
San Pianelseo. Oct. S.-O. M. Clark,
Oregon commissioner to the exposition
nn, I Mrs. ( lurk, were given a farewell
luncheon today by Mrs. Charles A.
Gray, hnteis of the Oregon building.
Mr. ami Mrs. ( lurk leave tonight for
Port In int. Tli ii I larks will be followed
by Commissioner and Mrs. R. A. Month,
of Kugene, who will remain at. tho Ore
gon building during the coining ''""''V;
ninej out of their lives, are so hedged
about by anger and hatred ami little
ness that the rest nf us can have nnlli-
ing but pity aud sympathy for them.
HOW TO MAKE THE
QUICKEST. SIMPLEST COUGH
Much Better than the Ready
Made Kind and You Save $2,
take hold. A day's use will usually
overcome the ordinary cough relieve
even whooping cough quickly. ISploii
ilid, too, for bronchitis, spiisniodic croup,
bronchial asthma, and winter coughs.
Get from any druggist 3 1-2 ounces of .
l'iuex ("H cents worth), pour it. in iv
pint bottle and fill the bottle with pre in
criinulated suuar syruo. This uives you
at a cost, of only 54 cents a full
pint of better cough' cyrup than you
, could bhy for i2.50. Takes but a few
minutes ' to prepare. Full direction
, with I'incx. Tastes good and never
You will bo pleasantly surprised how
quickly it loosens dry, honiso or tight
coughs, and heals the inflamed mem
branes in a painful cough. It also
stops the formation of phlcgu in the
tli ri mt niiil bronchial tubes, thus ending;
the persistent loose cough.
J'iuex is u most valuable concent ruled
compound of genuine Norway pine ex
tract, rich in guiiiiieiil, which is so heal
ing to the membranes.
To avoid disappointment, be sure ami
ask your diuggits for "- l li onm-eu
I'incx," and don't accept anything1
A guarantee of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes with
this preparation. The i'incx Co., Ft.
Wayne, I ml
sj( j( jc )c sc ijc )c ic jc )(c ijc tjc c
WAR NEWS OF ONE
YEAR AGO TODAY
There wus desperato fighting
all along the western front with
few changes in tho situation.
The I'Yeiicli war office reported
slight fid unices on the heights
of the Meuse, nnd the Germans
reported the capture of u fort
near St. Miiiiel.
Tho Rusiuiin general stuff re
ported thnt tho Gorman army
which was retreating before the
Russian advance had been
forced to evacueto fortified po
sitions between Wiibalcu and
The llelgian authorities at
Antwerp waru'd non-combatants!
thnt the city wus about to
The Kri.'iich fleet was luyiug
mines iu tiui Adriatic to off
set nimilur action by the Aus
nincWHllkHlnvn Poll ah
In dittrtrnt. It i1om not
dry out ; ran m unrj la tli'i
Itut drofij lifjuifl ami tHu.
Vim uuHlilvi liNulMwIy nt
wwtU1; iioniiNt or oVt. Yuu
i Mif mvutijr'a wvrth.
Black Silk t
ll fiM rmlt mnt wmornknt. bill It ftfim brilll
tit, ailkv 1 1 Mir tlutt im nut W M uIiikI wllh any
toitifr tM'Uti. Illnill KHW Hl'tv I'otisili A tit
nUi fff ii ! fijiir limot m Ion M ot-lu su-jf
polurt -to II ftttvu ytrtj tuny, wurk aiul men'.
hnn'l (nraat when Ton
tjrutt fthtvw ixillnh, lw itim tit
k tV Ml k feilli. intti,'t
I Im tuvi tlinh VUil ever
iih-iI- yiriirtkratfjf wiurWuJMl
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