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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY, OCTOEERlOn.
BETTING IS EVEN
GOTHIC THE NEW
A EH ROW
a for 25c COLLAR
IT FITS THE CRAVAT
His Beard As White, His Step Contenders For World's
As Bouyant As Thirty
Ht. Louis, Oct. 5. The Veiled
I'roliet, his beurd on while and arti
ficial and his htci iih full of bou.vuiic.v
it was. tairtv years ago when lu
first ikhu holding hi.s annual court,
will reign again tonight as monarch of
fun in St. Louis. Thousands will bunk
the. btreets along the five mile course
of the prophet' parade and other
thousands, just a little higher in the
scale of local society, will dunce at the
I'olimieiu, the ncene of the prophet's
levee where he will crown some so
ciety miss "(ueen of Love anil of
Ueauty." With her title, the debutan
te will receive the implied title of
queen of the younger society set for the
After the coronntion of the. queen,
the "common people" will swarm on
to the floor to hold it until tlte lights
finally are extinguished and the Veiled
1'rophet packs his cotton whiskers back
into the moth-balls for another vear.
Who is the Veiled I'rophetf Nobody
is supposed to know but the prohpet
nimself, and those who arrange his fes
tival. And nobody, but themselves,
Knows just who they are. Mavbe he is
a different man every year. Who pro
motes it? That's a 'secret too, but it
preny wen Known that they all be
long to the business men 'a league, nud
are public spirited each to the extent
of a corpulent, check every year. Who
is to bo crowned pieen?' Ask the
Veiled 1'rophet! The envied miss really
is not suppoiied to know. Hut aha real
ly has a tip. Someone tells her it were
best that she wear the finest gown her
father's balance can afford and she
The parade consists of electric light
ed floats representative of various stag
on of the city' history and development.
Championship Are Con
sidered About Equal
By George S. Holmes.
(1'nitcd I'rcss staff correspondent.)
New York, Oct. 5. The Red Kox and
Phillies will face each other on the
world's series battlefield at practically
even terms, from odds of 10 to 0 and
10 to 8 on Boston a week ago, the bet
ting has been brought to even money,
with little real coin in sight.
The decline in the sports' estimnte
of liostun's prowess wus the more ap
parent today, following her double de
feat yesterday at the hands of the
Highlanders. The fans were plainly dis
appointed, A1 imager Carrigun hnd worked his
two best bets, Leonard and Foster, and
they cnt down to ignomrnous defeat.
Leonard particularly, cracked under
the strain, and was forced to retire
from the mound in the sixth after lie
hud allowed tiiae hits and five runs.
Furthermore, the Boston aspirants for
world's honors played mediocre ball.
The weather will play a big part in
th coming series. The mighty Orover
(level nnd Alexander will twirl for the
Phillies in the first gnme. Then, if he
wins, as is expected, and it should rain
Saturday, the Quaker nine would be
in a safe position, for then the lanky
Nebriisknii would bo in the harness
again Monday, thus increasing the
i'liillics' ehances of copping the baa
President Wilson is slated to toss out
the first bnll Saturday and lie may
have with him several of his cabinet
members as well as Secretary Tumulty,
who like the president, is a fun of the
dyed iu tlio-wolil variety.
(Capital Journal Special Service )
Hilverton, Or., Oct. 5. M.rs. John
llnnnestiviil and daughter, Mrs. Kami,
of Corvallls, spent a few davs tliis
week with old friends In Hilverton.
John Lais and sona are Improving
their ranch up oil Silver Creek. They
plan on making a modern stock ranch',
and after getting the buildings and
fauces built will have n fine place to
try out this profitable business.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Kern Miller
are glad to learn of their safe arrival
t their old home; thev fouurl a royal
welcome, awaiting them' nnd it is hoped
the climate of the middle went will
prove beneficial to tyr. Miller's health.
J. whitlow, who hns spent the sum
mer with friends i:i Kentucky, returned
to Hilverton a short, time ngn, and re
ports a very enjoyable time at the old
An iiuloiiioliile pnrtv dinaHing of
Julius Aim, Mr. mid Mrs. Lester Wult
limn, Charles Wdllniiin, Mis. Marie hi
lebretHon, Mrs. Wallie, and Carl Mill
l.elson, inotoied over to Pacific Cite
end Tillamook, the first of the wceli.
Mr. Aim drove his Chalmers cur and
over two hundred miles were eo' ered.
A fine time is reported.
Kev. W. It. Ilmwne and family
were given n Ciii-ewcl! reception by the
Uiisteni Star Inst Tuesday evening.
This was hIho in honor of Mrs. Hebeccii
Mount wiio ciihteniplnte leaving the
'itv soon. A ery pleusaiib social ev
ening was spent, mid light refreshments
Charles Wilson of Burns, Oregon, was
guest at the Hanson Hotel Thursday
night and Friday. Mr. Burns is a broth
r in law of Mrs. Hanson and came to
he state fair to buy som) thorough
J. J. Holy, of White Salmon, Wash
ington, was visiting friends near town
the past week. lLi Is an old resident
of Crooked Finger.
A bright baby girl 1m reported at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Flovd Moving
ton, on Saturday, September !i.
Mr. and Mrs. llert line were guests of
Miirqunm friend Saturday and Sun
day, returning Suiiitnv evening.
J. M. Brown and '(. l llntteberg
were tiniiiincting business In Salem on
Saturday of Inst week.
II. Owens, accompanied bv his niece,
MJmt Willje Owens, of hra'ln, Oregon,
were state fair visitors Wednesday and
Tiuirsilay of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Famest Palmer, Miss
Pearl Palmer, W. H. Itubel and Harold
t.raig motored over to Pacific Citv on
Friday, for a ten days outing,
The II. Sn .idel family are on loving
a visit from Mrs. Sand'el's sisteis,' the
Misses Sarah and Agnes McOuilliu of
New Orleans, La.
Mr. and Mrs. J, Kulibemess were the
guests of friends at K.stacaJn Inst Sat
urday and Sundav.
Mr"- W. Kinney formerly Miss
Mon Mount, who hns been spending
he summer with her mot her. Mrs. lie
beeca Mount, and oti.er relatives here,
"Iso at Purl In ml mid Oregon (itv, has
leturned to her home in Nevada".
Mrs. It. y dme hns recovered from
her accident at t ie Weilftint hop ,,ver
enough so she, in company with her
lamily, have left for their home at
.Monx City, Iowa.
Mrs. I..' II. llnberly, of Waldo Kills,
is enjoying a vi.it from her uncle, W, F
Oildersliev whose homo is at Palmer,
Mtch, Mr. (Iihlersleiv made a trip to
rte coast country ten vears ago and no
lle many changes both in this citv
and the country around since that time.
Mrs, 0, W. Louiuis spent a few davs
with her daughter, Mis. James Fuller
At Wooilliurn the first of the week.
Mr. and Mr. I has. Ooss are in port
land, guests at the Inline 0f Mis. (ions'
sister, Mrs. Spalding, and also with
tier brother sit. I fHiniK. M u.,.i vi...
,- t . mm .u i a.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pheiffer and
daughter of Albany were week end
guests at the W. S. Jack home.
Mr. Kobeit Fioling a government
einplove at the navy yard nl Itieincr
ton, Washington, with his wife, Is vis
llimt at the M. (i. (iuiideroii home this
wok. Mr, Frollii(j is a cousin of Mr.
Mr ami Mrs. Claude Slade are re
joicing over the arrival of fine litl.v
boy that camo to their homo on Monday
Bile Wrny Ut returned front Min-
Peter Volo's ureat Feat.
Lexington, Ky., Oct. 5. Horsemen
still discussed with wonderment toduy,
the feat of Peter Volo, 2, 3 and 4 year
old champion, in setting n new world's
record for n stallion for two hents. IV;
ter Volo won the 4.1,000 Cnstleton euj),
in straight hents, the first heat hi
2:0!! 11, the best of the season in the
Retch Badly Beaten,
New York, Oct. 0 Al Reich 'h aspira
tions to soar in the dizzy heights of
inigjlism were considerably shaken to
day, ltelch took on (liiiibont Smith in
u ten round bout last night nud got
the worst of tin" argument In every
Mining Proprietor Is
Found Dead Near Cabin
Fut Auburn, Oil., Oct. .1. Willi a
bullet hole ill his breaiit nnd n box of
curt ridges in his pocket but with no
gun at tut 1 1 t VV i 1 1 in in llrowu, a mill
ing proprielor was found deml near his
lonely cabin ill I lie Appleirute district
He had been dead about ,'ltl hours.
Ol ficers at once stnrleil to scour the
countryside for n truce of the iiinil, Who
it is thought, shot llrowu with his own
gun iiiul then iniule off with it.
What, iiiny be a clue cunie to light
during the fore loon when authorities
learned that Id own sometime ago had
ounrrclcil with a woodchopper mimed
.leu llrowu and hud lliiciitcucil to kill
Ichs llrowu has not been loaned.
Sun Francisco Chronicle: The pound
sterling has not fallen so low that we
would not pick one up on the
CLUITT. PCACODV CO., Inc.. MUCUS
SENATOR SHERMAN SPEAKS
AT THE EXPOSITION
ncsotn where he has been spending the
Miss F.vn Coolidge is entertaining her
brother Alfred ( oolnlge of Spokane,
Washington, this week.
Mrs. Caroline Deardorf, of Molulla,
Is visiting at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Jesse lllti.er.
Mrs. John Huberts came over from
Salem last Tuesday to see the little
nephew at the Claude Slade home.
Hilverton was verv well represented
each tiny at the state fair and it is
simply iiupui'sible to give the names of
nil that allcndcd. (In Wednesday Mr.
nud Mrs. Win. Drake, Mr. and Mrs. II.
L, Valkcuherg and T, W. Kiehes were
seen wending their way to the merry
citv of teals,
Mrs. Bessie Bennett returned from
Snlein the first of the week where she
has been taking treatment for un nf
fcetioli of the hand which caused her
much pain. The afflicted member is
much better and will soon be all right
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simeral are re
ceiving the eougriituations of their
Iriends over the arrival of twin baby
girls at tncir home on Pridnv, Septem
Miss Nettie ltosheini Is a guest of
I'liuby, Mollala, and Aurora friends
Znck Ner nets nnd 1'. X. Krickson en
joyed a week's outing at the Silet
Indian reservation, This is a trip they
look forward to each year, and lire
never disappointed in having a good
Mr. MiCnlpin, whose home is In
Washington state came to the (leorge
Cussiter home as a surprise guest last
Monday. Mr. Mel'nlpiu and Mr. Cus
siter were friends years ago in Scot
land, and the renewing of old associ
ations was , pleasure lully enjoyed by
both of these gentlemen.
C. W, Thompson sustained unite seri
ous injuries Inst Huturdiiv, when a
sciitfidd broke with him while repair
ing the imr.1i at the O. A. It. hall. He
and J. Ounnels were, working together
when the scaffold suddenly gave way,
throwing them forcibly to the ground.
Mr. Thompson was badly hurt in the
back but Mr. IhinncU escaped with but
a few bruises.
Mrs. P. L, Brown left for Salem last
Wednesday, called there bv the death
of her father, I., Lemon, who died at
eight o'clock Wednesday evening.
A car load of hnw was loaded at the
S. P. depot Monday. Thfy were the
101.1 crop grown by Johnnie Morlev
ami sold to H. I.. Hart. This U the
first large ante of this year' hops In
San 1 Francisco. Oct. 5. A uroDCMttl
for a constitutional amendment to give
congress power to provide uniform reg
ulation of Snunr'LFlcA cnmiltltiiim in ir.
der that the burden on the companies
may e iignieiicu, was mane acre today
III' Mttlilllnr I ji urrmw.a V Kltiipmu.. o.l-
dressing the World's insurance 'congress.
HMIIfllnP HtlMFmtlll if lit lil,,ln-ulA.t.1
- ......... I... i. .1, iv Ma uuu iniuuu.
will be in the race for the republican
nomination tor president at the com
ing convention, iiml will probably be
backed by the entire Illinois delega
tion. "TllU ratiiilnllnna un.ln. ...V...1, II C
insurance business is iloini ought to be
national ana not local," lie said. "Jt
IlllS rittuti In tllO lli.mitl- it,, .nv,l .,,.. n.l
...... .. .u tM.. .i..'ii,,, (,.I'UI tI(. V OilU
power of a national undertaking. Jt
totals, measured by money nlono, more
than the transportation "lines of the
i iiui-ii nuiies. no single lino or mi
nimi effort reaches so generally every
Wlllk and cntnlilinn nf lifn TI,A l,,i...
dnvlH of millions of investments that
safeguard life insurance contracts, the
many hundreds of millions of policies
carrieu, ino vast responsibilities en
tailed are without a singlo regulation
of ifovcrnmcnt. of the I Tn it si,it..u it
is proper now to institute n movemout
SO to nilienil tllll flil.trlll nnimlllllllnn ao
to give congress such power. Let it be
.1 I ..... I : .1.. ... ..
uumi iiih-iiiki-iiuv ami in inn name or
illSticO. A 1II.II...I ntinrt mill o, I
.. . .......... -a.v.i. nni HKVCOOIA
and temporary defeat must not dis-
uiiitiiM. iiiil Nirvii iih Tim itwtni-.i rn t-...
tore increased effort.
Ve meet under conditions tiint
have changed the world. F.ven neu
tral lllltioilS 1IO lollLTltl- 1'iW.I un.Mira V
treaty seems siicred. Barbaric force is
un i ue suiwiuure lor Justice in half
tllO WOl'lll. Till, ileulrm.ti.i., ,.t I If.. ...,.l
v.vu u ii'p aim
mutcrial n'Houn'CM jH imparnlloUvJ. This
IVlIf iluli urill .1 it... I' . .;. . a .
agination. The taxable wealth and the
iMwiiii-uve energy or llio future are
pawned to the
- i uoiii uivu iU
fuik iii cities jtiitt iiutirtcriminato bntch
fry. Who remain to define modern
rim4uion niier a onr of modern
Wltr! All jiiiiiiitn nt'Ciiiiu mi. I TK
ediction of pence will sometimo hallow
Ml" "in.iieiieiiis oi I'.urope. The era
of the builder will then dawn but on
mm win tie the unceasing toll of the
tax L'lltlierer A II... ....... i..... ,.i i
.... ,,, un uluiiei-u
the world, bo has it changed economic
i-iMiuiMiiiiR mm out methods of living,
file ext riiv.iLriince nml i,r,i;,,..i;. .. .. .:
jhe pant are drawing to a close. "The
Bl'imiiuriii, ami t lie heedless the idler
and the incompetent will have less
chance thuii before. The world will bo
lorceil to a higher measure of economy
"In the reconstruction of tho econ
omic and the sociul justice fabric fol
lowing tun worldwide chniign in condi
tions, life imturunco is destined to as
sume an increased d powerful influ
ence, "It Is one of the greatest instru
ments to promote self support and pro
tect tho family known to civilized so
ciety. The legislator who sees in it
only un enterprise to be burdened
whenever tuxes me to be laid has not
nnalyzed well the relation between na
tional strength and private individual
support, the solvency of the family or
its responsible head.''
FREE BOOK ON STOMACH ILLS
tleo. HMavr, of 1,11 Whiting St.,
( hicngo, 111., a prominent druggist, has
t gome io neattti, in which
lie Shows hnu- tin u.l 1.: I., ,
, i . ."n-.i iiiiuseir huh
brought, relief to thousands of other
indigestion nud intestinal troubles bv
the use of French healing oils. One
dose usually convinces. The most
chronic cases rarely need over throe
doses. This book will be mailed free
on reipiest. Mnyr's Wonderful Hetn
ody in sold by leading druggist., ev
erywhere with the positive understand
ing that your money will be refuuded
without .juration or quibble if ON K
bottle fnils to give you absolute satia
faction. FRUITLAND NEWS
(Capital Journiil Special Service)
Iruiilnud, Or., Oct. S.-Mrs. Smitj
and her son, Henry, went to Marion
Niturdiiy for a short visit with Mrs.
Miller, a daughter of Mrs. Smith.
Have Korb, a cement contractor of
Nilem, motored out for a short stay
with Mr. nnd Mis. Sam (lerig.
Miss Alice Nchroedor spent Sundav
with her parents here.
Mrs. Matlock, formerly Miss Mona
Simpson, was home Sunday. Mr. aad
Mr. Simpson have added a little child
to their lamily by adoption.
Mr. and Mrs. Orsa Fugg were visitors
from Auburn to the Sunday achool at
Quito a large number of people from
rruitlnnd attended the dedication ser
vices of tho Oerman Kvaugelical ser
vices at Salem.
Mr. Bond who lives in the western
suburbs of this place has purchased a
Mr. Lattea and Mr. Coleman strolled
over to Auburn to enjoy churcervices
Mius lupi. ll.it.'... h...l r- it-... i .
. , , .....(, un. i .nr. in. rioin
of the Pratuin vicinity were in atteud-
nuii. ur me i, i". ,. Mindav evening.
Mr. Win. Bellamy, of Turner, was
here for a short stay this week.
Hunters have been busv the last
f.iw iluv it. l,i 1.1..:..;.. L.1 ...... - ..
.. .. ..t. ... ,, ,,,,,,,,1, nt-(..,i soine
of the farmers busy chasing them off
A .,1......... i-
4. . u. vni- mi inn m m ul,i course oi
envtion in the northern part of Fruit-
iinnien on me prtipertv ot
Pete Kullier just west of iSwiirts'
I 1.. . .... f 1. .... L . I . i . . t
ami i.niiii'i'ri nns neen woiKlllg tile
past few wiM-ka for Mr, Uichanl who
lives inlK nC AiilintM ..M ll..... At
Wheat continues to be an uncertain
proposition, and as in the past month,
there seems to be no way of making
a good gues as -to which way the mar
ket will turn, for the gimple reason that
wnrl.l AAn.litinn.'ii. different, from
that experienced by any of the present
generation. For the first time in the
history of the coast there are no boats
to carry wheat.
The egg market geeins to be on the
climb, with 34 cents offered in Port
land by some firms, while others quote
30 cents. Several houses in the city
are today payirrg 30 cents cash for
fresh eggs and No. I candled are quoted
at 32 cents.
Hay, timothy, per ton $13.00
Oats, vetch 9(ffi$10
Cheat . 910
Wheat, new crop 75c
Oats, new crop -. .... 30(ffi32c
Rolled barley $31.00
Cracked corn $41.50
Shorts, per ton $28.00
Clover seed 13 to 15c
Creamery butter, per pound 35c
Country butter 17o
Eggs and Poultry.
F.ggs, candled, No. 1, cash 32c
F.ggs, case count, cash 28c
F.ggs, trade 30c
Hens, pound 11c
Hoostors, old, per pound 7
Spring chickens, pound 13c
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed 9c
Pork, dressed 8Cct8VjC
Pork, on foot SS'aC
Spring lambs Gc
Steers 65 l-2c
Cows 3 4c
F.wes .... 3c
Tomatoes, Oregon 75o
string garlic 12 l-2c
Brussels sprouts 10c
Sweet potatoes 2'4c
Lettuce i . 40c
Oranges, Valencia jui.SOfa 5.75
Lemons, per box $3.754.25
Bananas, lb So
California grape fruit $3.00
Dates, dromedary, case $3.25
Fard dates $1.60
Peaches t 00c
Pineapples .t 7c
Kggs, per dozen 35c
Sugar, oane $t!.10
Sugar, 1) O $5.1)0
Creamery butter 40c
Flour, hard wheat $1.55(ff2.35
Flour, valley $1.35(ff l.50
Portland, Or., Oct. 5. Wheat Club
!H)U.c; Bluesteiu IMc.
Outs No. 1 White Feed $23(?i.)0;
Gray $2."(u 'ill.
Hogs Best Live $tl.l5fl.30.
Prime Steers iftifo ti.S5.
Fancy Cows $t.755.
Calves $7(d S.
Spring Lambs $0(iT7.
Butter City Creamery 31c.
Fggs Selected Local'Ex. 32c.
Hens ll(o Lie,
Broilers 14(u 13c.
ALASKAN RAILWAY WORK
Seattle, Oct. 5. With work proceed
ing satisfactorily, 20 miles of the Alas
ka government railway has been com-
Dieted, according tn wnrd received to.
day from Secretary of the Interior
A school house hns been ordered
built by the government nt Anchorage,
const terminal of the railroad.
Why ao you pay 25
Cents for Cigarettes?
To get the quality,
Very well then buy
" Luxury" in the netoflat box.
Because "Luxury" at
FIFTEEN CENTS are equal to
most of the 25 Cent brands,
being made of rare, pure, highly
aromatic, imported Turkish leaves.
"Luxury" the great
est quality-value in
Egyptian 15 Cent
cigarettes in the
nni iiw tmm m-trmtwmJ I
POKTLAND BANKS NOT half billion dollar loan to the allied I Oklahoman. If aU ta Mexican
rni,t n. . ,5f PuH.1;0. ?ve",,?,t!. The clear ng house dis- bandits are put out of commission Met-
are nopccVod u rlin t de;nildrelnoTtio:: ft " te
A cn( a word wilt Ml ym I
ttory in th Journal Ntw Tod-ay I
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