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WHEN A Mf MARRIED
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GIRLS AND BOYS PRIZE
WINNERS AT STATE FAIR!
Because they w the winners of the!
county industrial club contests, 48
youngsters, boys and girls, were enter-1
tnincd nt the stats fair as guests of the
etate of Oregon last week. Two large
tents nerved to accommodate these
oung guests, that of the girls being in!
charge of Mrs. J. 1'. Harrington and
lis. Kd Anderson, of Crcswell, nndj
Al rs. N. J. Maris, of Portland. The girls
ciy that their eamp life lias been very
lilcasaut and that their entire stay has
been one of much pleasure and profit. I
They won the honor by doing superior,
work in baking, sewing, gardening, cau-4
iiing, or other projecrs of practical 1
talue in their respective districts, and
while they are primarily interested in;
corresponding. exhibits, they are almost '
equally attracted to industrial club j
work in many, other projects. j
Ho it is with the bovs. Those that
grew corn this, year and succeeded in
producing n splendid product nt the rate
of more than 100 busnels per acre, are
just about as likely to undertake poul
try or baking next year. Like their fath
ers, they are finding out thnt proper di
versification pays, and they are going
to be content with nothing poorer than
1 lie best in the lending agricultural in
dustries of their counties.
An attempt has been made to include
nil the most important of these farm
ing and home-making industries in the
work of the coming year. The state
school superintendent, the extension di
vision of the Agricultural college.-and
t lie l". 8. department of agriculture
have ngreed upon 14 projects, represent
ing IS different lines of club work.
The present group of winners express
pleasure w ith Th"1" wide "field from which
to choose their "projects, and most of
them will be in the contest next year.
The winners from Marion county
were William .Vogt, Rnwson Ohapin,
Margaret Bohuson and Ida Vogt.
Daily Cap i I a I J
RATES FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: One
J. T. JOHNSON, Prop.
643 Ferry St. Phone 207
Board and Rooms. Rooms 25c
and Up. Attractive Rates to
Students. We can please you.
SALEM FENCE and
t R. B. FLEMING, Prop.
Depot American Fence
Gates, Plain' and Barbed Wire.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
Roofing, Posts, Hop Hooks.
40 Years Making Stoves t
Stoves rebuilt and repaired.
Stoves bought and sold.
230 Court Street. Phone 121
Back of Chicago Store.
L. M. HUM
Chinese Medicine and
Ha medicine which
will cure any known
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore, Phone 283.
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa Oood Bati Estau iecmrtty
THO& K. FOD
Orw Ladd ft Bash kUsk. Baton, OrafM
A tent word will tell your
wants ia a Journal Ad under
New Today. Try it.
?E. ARE. fT-EAe "TO
inform you of yooe.
AorePjce As a member
of the sociery post
THE CONSOLATION OK ,.
P.S-. KINPL FORARO
FOR. INITIftTlOM FEES'.
THE PEOPLE ARE
WITH THE PRESIDENT
(Editor and Publisher.)
In an editorial in the Evening Mail
on Friday S. 8. MeClure clearly showed
how out of sympathy with public senti
ment Theodore Roosevelt is as indicated
by his attack on President Wilson at
l'lattsburg. He says:
For the people of the United States
there is nothing so important as to
maintain the integrity of our national
consciousness, as first of all the United
States of America. ' '
From the opening of the war the
president chose a wise and honorable
course, and today ho has the vast ma
jority of the people with him. He has
their approval, and he has their confi
dence. They approve of what he lias
done, and they have confidence that
what he will do in the futuro will be
In this peculiar crisis it is fortunte
that the nation and. the president agree.
They agree with the president in regard
to the principles of submarine warfare,
and will back liira in his negotiations
with England in regard to contraband
and blockade. They agree with his reas
oned and deliberate decision in regard
to the shipments of munitions of war.
And the people are opposed to embit
tering public opinion by attacks on the
president during this critical period,
whether from Mr. Roosevelt, Mr. Bryan
or partisan propagandists on the plat
form or in the press.
The Editor and Publisher is not a
partisan newspaper. It numbers among
its readers and friends adherents to all
political parties, ana ttoes not under
take to advise any of thein how to vote.
It does, however, have positive opinions
6d "some 'public ijuestio'ns affecting the
political and commercial welfare of the
country. We think, for instance, thnt
Mr. Roosevelt has clearly demonstrated
thnt he not only lacks tact but shows
disrespect for President Wilson. Instead
CON8ULT DR. MAY, experienced and I
successful Chiropractor, for acute and
chronic disorders. Has practiced six
years in Oregon, rree consultation.
Hours, 9 to 12, 1 to 6. 305-6-7 Hub
bard Bldg. Lndy attendant. Phone
office 572; residence 982-R.
D8. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro-
fractic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
owa. If you havo triod everything
and have got no relief, try Chiroprac-
tis spinal adjustments and get wen,
Office, 400-7-8 U. b. Natidnal Bank !
Building. Phone Main 87. Residence j
Msin 828-R. j
DR. O. A. OLSON. DENTIST.
I Room 214. Phone 440.
PRY CLEANING PRESSING j
: CLOTHES CLEANERS Pressers, re-!
pairers and dyers. One trial will cou
vince you that our work and charges
are right. Cleaning parlor open to 8
p. m. Goods colled lor ana aenverea
free. Phone 728. Apparel Service
Co., 1.18 8. High street.
MAGNETIC MASS3TTER AND SCIEN
IF YOU WANT YOUR HEALTH
BACK Go to Dr. Hagel. He can
get circulation when all others fail.
He treats for all bodily ills, aches or
pains. Come and see me if you are
ailing. Treatment, 1.00. Bush ft
MOUNT CREST ABBEY MAUSO
LEUM The better way. Dry and
sanitary. Building always open to
visitors. Sunday 1 to 4 p. m. J. W.
Gaskill, manager, 828 South 12th.
DR3. B. TL WHITE and B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer
ican School of Osteopathy, Kirksville
Mo. Post graduate and specialized in
nerve diseases at Los Angeles eollcge.
-Trtat acute and chronic diseases.
Consultation free. Lady attendant.
Office 505-500 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phoc 859. Residence 348
North Capitol street. Phone 409.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
oraer Comiaereia' ana iraae iirtwa..
For water rrvU apply at office.
Bill payabU monthly ia advance. i
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I of allowing the president to run the
: ship of state according to his own
j best judgment, Mr. Roosevelt wnuts to
I take the wheel himself and do the steer
' ins. Former President Taft has the good
sense to refrain from public criticism !
! of Mr. Wilson, and therefore has the
, regard of the bulk of the American peo
I REMEMBER! I REMEMBER!
I remember I remember,
The houso where I was born; .
The little' window where the sun
Came peeping in at morn.
You'd hardly know the old place now,
For dad is up to date,
And the farm is scientific
From the back lot to the gate.
The house and barn are lighted
With bright acetylene,
The engine in the laundry
Is run by gasoline.
We have silos, we have autos,
1 We have dynamos and things;
A telephone for gossip,
, And a phonograph that sings.
The hired man has left us,
' We miss his homely face;
A lot of college graduates
Are working in his place.
There's an engineer and fireman,
1 A chauffeur and a yet.,
'Lcctrician and mechanic
Oh, the farm's run right, you bet.
Tho Little window where the sun
I Came peeping in at morn
Now brightens up a bathroom
I That cost a car of corn.
Our milkmaid is pneumatic
And she's sftmtary, too; ,
But lad sets 15 cents a quark '
I Fur milk that once broueht 2.
ft for tale, a Journal
Want Ad will it.
ou r n a I s C las s
Cent per tvovd for the first insertion. One
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Boos
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yards and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
LEHMAN ft CLOUGH C. B. Webb, A.
M. Clough morticians and funeral di
rectors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession employed.
. 415 Court street. Main 120,Main 888.
RIGDON-BICHARDSON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High street. Day and night phone
A. O. U. W. Protection Lodge No. 2.
Meets every Monday evening at 8
in the McCornack hall, corner Court
and Liberty streets. A. E. Aufranco,
M. W.; S. A. McFadden, recorder;
A. L. Brown, F.
CENTRAL LODGE No. 18, K. of P.
McCornack building. Tuesday even
ing of each week at 7:30. i. r.
Schram, C. C; W. B. Gilson, K. of R.
SALEM LODGE No. 4, A. F. ft A. M.
Stated communications first Friday
in each month at 7:30 p. m. in the
Masonic Temple. J. C. Welch, W. M.;
S. Z. Culver, secretary.
PACIFIC LODGE No. 50, A. F. ft A.
M. Stated communications third Fri
day in each month at 7:30 p. m. in
the Masonic Temple. Glenn C. Niles,
W. M.j Ernest H. Chonte, secretary.
B. N. of A. "Oregon Grape Camp,"
No. 1300, meets every Thursday even
ing in McCornack building, Court and
Liberty streets; elevator. Mist Syl
via Schaupp, 1701 Market, oracle;
Hazel Price, Imperial Furniture Co.,
HODSON COUNCIL No. 1, R. ft S. M.
Stated assembly first Monday is
each month, Masonic Temple. James
Plant, Thrice Illustrious Master; Glen
C. Niles, recorder.
DE MOLAY COMMANDERY Nok 5, K.
T. Regular conclave fourth Friday
ia each month at 8 o'clock p. m., in
Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir
Knights are ronrteonsly invited to
meet with us. Gee. H. Burnett, E. C;
Frank A. Turner, recorder.
CHADWICK CHAPTER No. 87, O. E.
S. Regular meeting every first and
tklr T,i,lv ml k fi m. in the Mi-
MBia Ternple. Elizabeth Bead, W.
ji.; tj, u. Babeock, secretary. .
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet
(Medford Mail Tribune.) '
Tho Petrograd announcement that
General Kuropatkin has been placed in
command of the Russian armies shows
a surprising reversal of public opiniou
in Russia for Kuropatkin has been in
disgrace since tho detent of the Russo
Japanese war defeats for which Ku
ropatkin was made the scapegoat for
an. inefficient, corrupt bureaucracy.
Kuropatkin la a fitting successor of
the Ciraud Duke Nicholas. He is one
of the world's military geniuses though
he lacks the position ami iron nervo to
lefy the czar and the bureaucracy as
Nicholas did. The German influences
surrouniling the l'ussian court are re
sponsible largely l'or the failure of Bus-
sian munitions, and Nicholas has cvi-"
dently been sacrificed to shield them,
as Kuropatkin was ten years ago.
Russia 'b need is great. Kuropatkin
is patriotic enough. to forget iiis mule
served humiliation of the past for his
country, as Nicholas' is bearing his own
humiliation today, for Russia needs
Alexei Nicholaicvitch Kuropatkin is
a man of many . accomplishments
soldier, scholar, . historian, geographer,
statesman and administrator. He is ti7
years of age, a hereditary noble of
I'skof, descendant of the ancient czars
of Aloscow. Hc,cntereit tne army at is
and has seen active service iu every,
part of the great empire, from the j
frozen Arctic to Arabian deserts, from 1
the Balkans to tho Pacific. He has re-i
ccived every decoration Russia bestowal
ror va or is auoru ieaucr or men ana
an idol of his army.
iMiropaiiun iuuKi.i ij.ruuHHun i
following Sedan. .He was tho 'first B-'cepted or re. ected as it
successful governor of Trans-Caucasia I ult(,1 , fllt"r8 l,ln" t,,. adjutaiit
and pacified the wild tribes of Turcos- 'general. The first resignation in tho
tan. His record ns an administrator is, majority was that of Carle Abrams, of
as brilliant as iiis military career. Ho! Salem, when ho was appointed a mom
is the author of Bevcral books and has ber of the Accident, commission, but
every Friday night at 8 o'clock in
McCornnck block. Oscar Donaldson,
C. C; L. S. Oeer,' clerk. 507 Court
street Phone 5!3. '
MULTNOMAH KOHAL ARCH CHAP
TER No. 1, R. A. M, Regular meet
ing second Friday In each month at
8 p. m. in tho Masonic Temple. Al
fred F. Marcus, Ex. High Priest; Rus
sell M. Brooks, secretary.
UNITED A RTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meets every Wednesday
at 8 p. m. in Moose ball. Mrs. F. W.
Cook, M. A.; J. T. Ponn, secretary,
413 Masonic Temple.
SALEM HUMANE, SOCIETY D. D.
Keclor, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. All cases of cruelty orj
neglect of dumb animals should bei
rcportod to tho secretary tor invest!-
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246,mcets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in McCornack hull corner Conrt and
Liberty streets. Elovator service, W.
W. Hill, V. C ; Bex A. Turner,clork.
GRADUATE Nt'IISE Miss Anna Rat
cliff, 4H2 South High stroet. Phone
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY Let
us do your wcelily.wasbing. U'e use
sanitary methods We call and de
liver your wasning lor oi cents.
Give us a trial. Phone 2471.; Fif
teenth and I', streets.
LOST On the Oregon state fair
grounds, September 3li', ladies hunt-,
iug case KM watch,' tan leatiier lob,
engraved H. to K. Reward. Mrs. E.
M.'Cole. Turner, Oregon. UilS
SMALL general stock of merchandis.
ltol street tf
FOR SALE Two seated buggy auto,1
cheap. Impure at 22nd and lly.le
I streets. . OctO
SPLIT BODY OAK wood, 4.r0 per;
cord; grub oak .00 '.o0; ash $4.50.
rWond growl n nr, i.i.du. raone
813, during business hour. J. II.
Eaton. Oct. 11
FOR SALE Used heatirfg stoves ga
lorel Good stock of used furniture
of all kinds. Good stock of new
His. Exchange department. Deutschl
prochen. Come. Vtttt Furniture;
, 23S North Commereial. tf
I'll It HAI.K .1 riasscnifer Iluirk in a nod
condition, electric lighter all around,! anee committee of the Metal Trades At
will give a literal demonstration to'liance, -
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1915.
jpwy bob voa
KNCWC THAT TUESWV
AFTERNOON IS THE
OU-Y PAy IK THE.
VkEEK HAVEN'T R
SINGUE PUACE. TO
GO - DON'T VOW?
added materially to the scientific
knowledge of the age.
It may be thnt Kuropatkin is des
tined to lead Russia to victory for
Nicholas left tho Russian armies in
tact, though sacrificing subject border
districts to military strategy. The new
life and energy of the Russian armies
in halting the Ucrman rush, at any
rate, indicato a master still nt the holm.
SMASHING THE 0. N. 0.
Iu line with the policy of the ad
ministration in tho National Guard
of Oregon, in which politics seems to
hold the coinmnuding position with-
out regard for efficiency or for scr-
vices rendered, a letter is reported to
have been received by Captain Eugene
Moshberger of this city from Colonel
McLaughlin stating that, though sen
ior captain, he must not expect ap
point of major on account of his place
of residence not being in Portland. It
is understood that the next in rank,
Captain Hockenyos, does not want tho
position and Captain Daughcrty, of
Portland, will be appointed.
To anyone not acquainted with tho
workings of tho present administra
tion the reported letter is not so sig
nificant, but to one who has watched
the political machinations of soma of
the officers of the National Guard
since the change of administration, it
only shows that years of service and
ef ficioncy count for naught when a
political machino is in tho making,
Hillc0 tho miVKllt of the present
Bdju(alt cnerill t)l()r0 lmve
Uj rciHtra,ioil9 anl0Ilg tho 0fficl.rg
; o( 0uur(, wi(ll mor0 f(J,.
nd in each case the resignation
i f i c d Advertising Page
- Half Cent per word for each successive subsequent insertion!
anyone moaning business. Call orlB
writo, Astor Smith, Independence,!
Oregon, enre of Uenver Hotel. OctUS
FUH SALE A fine largo house on car
line and ..paved street near school.
Price $2,000, nlHO six lots on a main
street with cheap house and well of
good water, fino barn. Telephone
470, or call on Square Deal Realty
WILL TAKE CATTLE or horses ns
payment on cheap iilnco on Salom
Heights. J. H. Arenimeier, Houto 4,
Salem, Oregon. Octu
40-ACRE woll linprovcfl farm to trade
for modern houso, close in. 82-acro
farm for rent. Stock and implements
for sale. Geo, B, Jacobs Co., Bavno
Hide., .141 Ktnte. " tf
NlyiCLY furnished housekeeping rooms,
reasonable. 80S North Commercial.
FOR HEN'T 210 acres duiry farm,
stock for sale, consisting of cows,
horses and lions. Plenty of feed for
tho winter. Sec Jncob ft Co., llayne
Bldg., 341 State street. tf
IKJNT BE DRY Make your hop beer
i(t home. I do. It's a simple, easy
process and the result is mighty sat- i
isfying. Send $1.00 for recipe to
The Hop Malt Recipe Co., Salem,
Oregon, Box 21.1. Do it now. Oct27
MALE HVAA' WANTED Managers,
cnpable, ambitious voting men want
ed ns traveling iimi slate managers;
1 200.00 yearly salary and expenses;!
or' cash and commission. Also local)
Representatives wanted; s) 12.00 week
ly salary nnd commission. Goodwenr
Hosiery" Mills, Dept. 2H, Trenton, New
Jersey.' Oct 8
A, ,, jIKM WANTED-Women,
young or middle sged, wanted as spa
fial representatives in home town;
4I-.00 weekly salary and commission.
Also state nd traveling managers
wanted; $1200.00 yearly salary and
expenses, nr rash and commission.
Goodwenr Hqsiery Mills, Dept. 2H,
Trenton, New .lerwy. Oetl
ELECTRIC WORKERS BTRIKE
Schenectady, N. Y., Oct. 4. About
2,000 workers iu the machine liops of
the Mammoth General Electric works
here went on strike Monday. The strik
i"I"J "Han,fMA "'d ""organized
, Th "u8h h,our
1yr repudiating the acceptance of a
52 1-2 week compromise by the griev
his resignation was not and has not
yot been accepted, although it is re
ported that tho atvorney-gencrnl of
the state of Oregon ruled that Major
Abrams was not eligible to hold the
Whether the action of the adjutant
general is due to tho orders from
higher-up or due to the fact that he
was at ono time ordered out of Wood
burn (and went by rust freight) by
the citizens for his detestable actions,
is not known at the present time, but
it is known that one of the moat
efficient captains of the National
uuard, who has seen 17 yenrs of ac
tive service in the Guard and in the.
Philippines, is being side, trsckud to
make room for political adherents to
tho present administration.
During tho administration of Ad
jutant-General Finzcr a ruling was
made and agreed to. among tho offi
cers of the National Guard that the
senior officers were to be the only ones
to bo considered for promotion and
that policy was faithfully carried out
until tho advent of Adjutnnt-Genorul
White. Woodburn Independent.
Mrs. A! Anderson, of Portland, spent
a few days here visiting her sister, Sis
ter Jmeldn. Mrs. Anderson had just
returned from the exposition at San
Mrs. Crump aud daughter, Josephine
left Thursdny morning for tttayton,
where they will bo employed at tho
George Prangn left for Spokane Fri
day, where he will attend school during
tho collcgu term. It no doubt will be
!n pleasant school term,- as his brother
r rauk Is also registered nt the sumo col
Edw. Carroll, of Bridgeport, Wash
ington, is visiting at tho Henry Miller
Win. Herinens left for a few days va
P. A. CHAN
is tho ONE reliable Chinese herb doctor restoration. Any known sick
ness of men and women without operation. To those who may concorn,
don 't mini, come to see him. You will find him at 103 S. HIGH Street,
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quickhandy reference for busy people
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1200
Salem Steam Laundry, 130 South Lit arty Main 21
PLUMBINO, BTEAM PITTING AND TINNING
T. If.. Barr, 164 South Commercial Street Mala 191
Rigdon-Biehardson Co., 64 North High street Day and night, Mala 181
TRANSFER AND DRAYAGB.
Salem Truck ft Drey Co., corner Stat and Front street! Mala 74
Beaver Stato Printers, Patton Block.. 1511
WANTS HIS FREEDOM.
Sacraineiilo, Oct. 5 John llnnnw hek
sent to San (juentin from I-os Angeles
county, to serve 25 years on the charge
of administering poison with intent to
murder hi mother, is todny asking for
commutation of sentence saying be has
proof that the poisoning was done by
MEETS ON '
cation with friends at Forest Grove:
Tho city council has just finished
having a coucreto top put around the
city well. .John A. Van 11 a mile, of
Stnvton did the concrete work.
Rose and Miles KinU, Mary Etzel
and Adam Susbauer drove, to Salem
Tuesday to Dttomi tho fair.
Frank Pfleuer, our barber, has rent
ed a room in the Crump residence,
where Mr. Pliciger will reside during
J. A. Ditter nnd wife, Joseph
Sehrcwo, Mrs. Mary Ditter and Frank
Roeaer motored to Salem Tuesday.
A beautiful and lmpressivo wedding
ceremony was performed at the Catho
lic church last Thursday, when Miss
Anna Steffes become tho bride of Alois
llassler. Tho bride was attired in ft
handdress of whito messaline, whil
the bridesmnid. Mios Minnie Hassler,
sister of the groom, was becomingly
gowned in a cream dress, Philip Steffes
a brother of tho-brido was best man.
After the ceremony a bountiful .wed
ding dinner was served. Lator in the
day Mr. llassler and bride were tnaea
to Salem, by his brother-in-law, H. J.
iMutchlcr or ntaytou. ai rtaiem i
young couple tooK the train for a hon
eymoon trip to tho San Francisco ex
position. On their return tney win n
at home on tho llassler farm, Stay-
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh that Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely deranit th
whole system when enteritis; It tlirouuli
the mucous surfaces. Such articles should
never be used except on proscriptions
from reputable physicians, as the damans
they will da Is ten (old to the good you
can possibly derive from them. Hull's
Catarrh Cure, irmnufacturod by V. J.
Cheney A Co., Toledo, O., contains no
mercury, and (a taken Internally, actlns!
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying Hall
Caturrh Cure bo sure you fct the Kenu
Ine. It Is taken Internally nd made In
Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.Te
tlmonlala free. w
Hold bv IlniKKlsts. Price 75o per bottle.
Tnk lim n Family PIIU for rnnltlnltla
Poole's Drug Store recently purchased
a supply of the best Eczema remedy in
the world. Ask him to tell you about
Dry Zensal for the crusty, scaly skin
and Moist Zensal for all watery eruptions.
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