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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. THURSDAY. OCT. 7. 1915.
ill C. I. II. ELECT
Have Your Picture Enlarged By Our Artist in Our Commercial Street Window
You are entitled to have one enlarged with every sales check amounting to $1.00 or one of the Coupons that
we give away with every sale amounting to $1.00, by paying 98c, to pay cost of materials.
-:- BIG SPECIAL OFFERINGS -:-
Pianos Piao OS
Annual Convention Will Close
Work At Newberg, Ore
We have been giving many extreme specials this Fall but owing to this immense Fall Trade
advertising has in a measure been crowded to one side. We call your attention to a
few of these specials today
We have good coats
td show you from
$3.25 up, but our
real attraction and
very desirable of
ferings range in
prices from $4.95
and up We have
splendid coats at
$5.95. If you want
handsome coats for
dressy wear we
have them in values
up to $48.00.
You will find our prices
Mail Order House
I On sent Pr word inser-
j Copy for advertisement u
J der this heading should be In by
t 8 P- m.
?HONB HAST 111
SALEM CHIMNEY SWEEP.
KIR WOOD $3.50
WANTED Gentleman roomer in pri
vate family. Phone 204R. Oct7
FOB. SALE Piano, $40.00, in good con
dition. Phono 211. OctS
WANTED Wood to saw, prices reason
able. Call 52 IR. - Oct9
KOR SALE Shetland pony, cart and
harness at a bargain. Phone 8F22.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment,
new furniture, light and airy. 256 N.
wahtRI) 11.. In work for room
and board, by young man going to
school. J. M. w., care journui. xf
BALDWIN and, Spitzenberg apples de
livered for 50c per bushel. Mrs. Os
car Meyer. Phone 64F21. Octlg
FOR SALE 4 Mi acres, 3 blocks to tho
car line. No improvements. ' Call
Mvoninm lflQlAL Oct7
FOR HALE New 5 room bungalow,
U7r!. terms, owner. Earl Heamstcr,
1411 Mvira street. Oct7
F( lit KKNT Furnished honso. all mod
ern conveniences, close in. (.'all 250
S. Cnttayo or nhone 773R. Oct7
ROOMS FOR KENT Two pleasant
raiann modern in averv resnecet.
fabieka north of state house. 1-2 block
from earline, terms to suit 840
Union atreAt. tf
PARTY WnO TOOK small fox terrier
from homo of O. F. Purdy is known
and unless dog is roturned at once
measures will bo takcu to recover
NOTICE My wife, Mrs. Elizabeth
Khavelnnd, ha loft my home and
board. I will not be responsible for
any debts contracted by her. J. E.
FOR " ' ' E One of the nicest homos
-p.: a fliil 1 i tin more
than hall ita Table, almost VOtir own
terms. See us at onco. Laflar
lkilinger, 406 Hubbard Bldg. tf
WANTED 1 200.00 at 8 per cent in
terest, on residence property in Sa-
lem, conservatively worth $3000. Car-
rying insurance of $2,500. If inter
acted sail on (oo. B. Jacob Co., room
3, Bayne Bldg. Thono 2424.
MONEY TO LOAIf On Improvea
farms at 7 per cent annual interest.
I an representing the Commerce Safe
Deposit ft Mortgage Co. of Portland,
Oregon. Quick delivery of money.
Write me or call at Marios Hotel. .
. oergnr, naiero, uregon.
A GOOD MODERN noME f:heap. I
seed th mnnov for expenses at
echool. I am ' willing to sarrifiee
mnch. Will sell for $1400. $o00
alane ensv term
Square Deal Realty Co.
Wonderful Values WHIT
W1 ums K mi
Strong as leather Hosiery for
women and children regular 15c
quality, to introduce them
These are a guaranteed Hose and it
will be to your advantage to in
vestigate and Test Their Real
r a nuw v
YOU CAN SECURE fresh pork at the
public market Saturday morning. Oc(3
FOUNl Iron ffr&y Tiorsc,owner can
secure game at 1S10 N. Com'l by pay
ing charges. Oct9
jA NICE LITTLE ALTO for salo or
trade, cheap. Call or write ISO N.
23rd street, city. Oct!)
WANTED To buy interest in small
businoss. Must bear inspection. Ad
dress L., oare Journal. Oct5
FOR RENT Large upper room, fiir
nished or unfurnished. Nice for wo
man employed at 337 S. 18th- street.
QUALITY APPLES Choice and fancy
Rhode Island Ureenmgs and .North
ern Spies, 75c a box delivered. Ham
cr. Phono 8F2. Octll
MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 op to $10,
000, on improved farms. Thos. A.
... QUO TT Q 'NTn.innol Hnll
Bldg., Allen., Oregon Octl5
FOR SALE At bargain, 6 room house,
2 lots, fruit, near car line and school.
Will accept Ford or cord wood as
part payment. Address F. S. S., care
Building Permits For Three
The building permits issued by City
Engineer Skelton for the quarter end
ing September 30 total 28,00. The
largest single permit was that issued
to the Roth company for a two story
brick building which was for $18,000.
Tho full report follows:
J. F. Prime, one story residence
on Liberty street $ 1,850
Tho Roth company, two story
brick store building on Liber
ty street 18,000
Dr. Clements, repairing 5(J
R. Carey, one and one-half story
residence Fourteenth and
State streets 1,200
Wm. E. Kloster, one story resi
dence on Sixteenth and Mill
street f. 400
Fred Straw, one story residence
on Thirteenth and Hoyt
C. W. Boothby, remodeling ntore
front Commercial and Court
Joseph A. Albert, concrete band
stand in Willaon park 1,000
John T. Lucker, one and one
half story residence Church
and Union streets 2,750
Dnvid Wright, repairing dwell
ing High and Division streets 300
T. A. Luudstrom, one and one
half story dwelling Cherry
and Hickory streets 1,"0
SIMPLE WAY TO
Thr lii one mire wiv that ha nerpr
fuiIol to rmov ilendruff at onro, ami
U I . . . . i ' t . la. 1 1. MAa A. env
.' Vii et aboui
four ounces of plain, common liq'iid
arvon from any drug store (tins is an
Jl ". 'h t moisten the!
ill .m aai.i.itf t mr nittnt wiifu
ai-aln and rub it in gently with the
"infer ft . .
Hr morning, most ir uni an, ui "
dandruff will be gone and three or four
mre sni.licntions will completely die-
mi ' 1 . . i . ....... :,.!..'
solve and entirely nesiroy ntij ..
sign and trace of it. no matter now
much dandruff you may have.
Ynu will find r.ll itching and digging
cf the sralp will step instantly, and
i..:. .n he r uirv. iiistroiu. k"'
hundred times better.
Bon Ton Corsets
The best Corsets
in America. The
Best Fitting, the
Best for Com
fort, the Best
Wearing, and all
prices. We call
attention to two
ters at 98c each.
One lot $5.00, $4
and $3 Bon Tons
for $2.50, $2, $1
TRY SALEM FIRST
LATE STATE FAIR
Bead Work of Umatilla In
dians Is Unique and
On unique feature of the state fair
in connection with the Indian exhibit
at the west emt of the new pavilion,
not heretofore mentioned, was the dis
play of Indian beads and other work
done by the Indians on tho Umatilla
reservation in Eastern Oregon. A very
entensive collection has been made of
"t'0,1" md by these la!lln. uch,
band bags, gloves, moccasins, belts, leg-
gins, tobacco- pouches, cnaps, ete. all
heavily beaded in a most artistic, man
ner; also hand bags woven with husk
or raffia and hemp cord all done by
hnnrl. th cnlnr achoniea anil dAui oninir
of the figures, all studied out and exe-
cuted by the Indians, show them to be
a race of exceptional artistic ability.
Tho exhibit also- shows several sets of
hnniitnfnl film mail, fmm nAVnta ml
bob-cat skins, and a rug made from ai1"" " ki "e ir.
eouunr Rkid with t'io head attache,!, all ' 1 inex special and highly co.W.i
th wnrlc hin .imn hi Woiio. Woii
Indian, from the killing of the animalil,in? 5x.,rn( ti ri''h 1,1 K""ia ol, which is
to the rimshinir of the furs and thei"- ",0"-'K 'ciuriie.
mounting of the cougar head, without
any previous trnini'.g or instruction.
The booth constructed for the display
was altogether two small for as attrac
tive a display as might otherwise have
been possible. Another booth shows
the rapid advance these Indians have
been making iu recent years in the
way of dry farming, by the display of
watermelons, cantnloupeil, squashes,
pumpkins, potatoes, onions, carrots,
sweet corn and other vegetables and
wheet ami barley nil raised by intesni
fied farming methods without irriga
tion and very little rnintnll, which
would do credit to tneir white brothers
in other sections of the country more
favored by rain or facilities for Irri
gation. Still another booth shows the
industry and artistic ability of the In
dian womon in the needle-work un
broiderv. etc.. and tho canning of the!
various fruits. The display in this soc- "n'1 '"''" ,"u "ited Ktat.s depend
tion beinir such as to colnnnro favor-: ent uPHn the national forests for the
uMv niih tho .ork ,l i .v.i.
women. This is tho first year there
has been an Indian exhibit at tho state
fair and tho instructions to have such
an exhibit were received so late by the
impcrintcndent of the four rosorva-
tinns in the stnta, I'matilla, Klamath,
Warm Springs and Siletz, as to give!
them only about three or four weeks '
limn Im m; li i li fn nillian sn,l ...... mm
It is intended, however, if it is de
cided to place an Indian exhibit at the
3c j fair another year, to take the matter
up early enough in tho season to per
mit or matting a mora lavornble and at
tractive display. The exhibits from the
I'matilla reservation this year were un
der the rhsrge and suiervision of Alvin
Harbour, clerk, and W. II. Seibert,
farmer of the I'timliU school.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Mamie II. Hoover, et al. to E. W
, 'oulsou, lot 41 and south 5 -rcs of
'?' ' ""l H Tr0" '
Bernice B. Sutton et us tn F. I).
'"' Harsh Vinson, part of block 2,bnrn growth can be quickly banished,
N'olk If ill A n nil x. Ka 1cm I A iiantn U mi.ln r44li mi a. ...i Ki.i.
'Nob Hill Annex, tsilcm.
waiter L. Tooze et ux to Ward A.
York, lot J, block 1, Wwtdburn, Wsli
lule Home tract.
II. J. flraff et us to Willamette Val
Icy Mlg. and lian ( o., port F. M.
Coon clans, .1:1, . I Wj part U. A. Cone,
Sr. claim 33, 3, 1 W.
07 LlXI J
7 vv y&ik
One assortment H aa i
of Royal Worces-KU I Al
Big Special on
You Can Be Comfy for
just a Little Money
HOW TO GET RID OF A
A Homemade Remedy that Will
Do It QuicVly. Cheap and
If you have a bad cough or chest cold
which refuses to yield to ordinary rem
edies, get from any druggist 2V4 ounces
of Pinex (50 cents-worth), pour into a
pint Dottio and fill the bottlo with
plain granulated sugar syrup. Start tak
ing a teaspoenful every 'hour or two. In
24 hours your cough will be conquered
or very nearly no. Even whooping
couch is greatly relieved in this wav.
The above mixture- makes a full pint
a rnmiiy supply ot rue finest
cough syrup that money could buy at
a cost of o.ily 54 cents. Easily pre
pared in 5 minutes. Full directions
This Pinex and-Sugar Syrup prepa
ration takes right hold of a cough and
gives almost immediate relief. Jt loos
ens the dry, bourse or tight cough in a
way that is really remarkable. Alno
quickly heals the inflamed membranes
which accompany a painful cough, and
f01 the ,fl.rnl",10h of phlgm in the
uiiuu-l ami uruiit'umi uiues, muff enu-
ing tho persistent loos cough
lent lor broncmtis, apaamadi
winter coughs. Keeps
1 trated compound of genuine NorwivV
to avoid iiH.".piointmciit, ask your
druggist ror "Z'-i onuecs or Pine,'
do not accept anything else. A guar
antee of nliHoluto satisfaction, or mon
ey refunded goes wltli this prep ra
tio;:. The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Portland, Or., Oct. J. During the
decade ending with tho Inst fiscal year,
the forest Service has classified and
opened to entry over 15,500 individual
scattered tracts in the forests, covering
over 1,700,000 acres. This classifica
tion has also resulted in eliminations,
to dati, of "proximately 13,000,000
'"7.7 "I T'"""""'? J'-M" '"""N"
ni i .1 . .
source of their water suntdv.
I '.r"m. ,)M,m to 15,000,000 little
"r" "pruees are planted every
yoar on the nniional forests, and also
several tons of tree seed are sown
"c the IIH.I lumber cut, over thirty
billion feet of the total were from
coniferous woods, 20 per cent of whu-h
wss supplied by the States of Orcon
. I nr . 1. :
Enough paving bhwkit were treatd
by the wood preserving plants in the
l.nited States during UM.1 and 1014 to
snrrnce a street 30 feet wide and 211
SAFE IIOME TREATMENT
FOR OBJECTIONAULB HAJRS
Tim el'H'trii: needle is not required
for the removal of hair or fuzz for with
the nse of plni i delntone the most stub
A paste is mr.de with water ami a litil-
or the powder, then spread over the
hniry surface. Is about 2 minutes it is
nibbed off fid the skin wsshed. This
simple trcslinent not only removes t!te
neir. but leave tee skis free frosi
lilemiiia. lie ture you get genuine dels-tone.
Newberg, Or., Oct. 7. The election
yesterday at the state W. C. T. U. con- j
vention resulted in the re-election of!
the otficers as follows: President,
Mrs. Jennie M. Kemp, of Portland;
vice president at laruo, Henrietta
Brown, of Albany; corresponding sec
retary, Mrs. Mary D. Russell, of Port
land; recording secretary, Mrs. Madge
.1. Means, of Shedds, aud treasurer,
Mrs. Margaret Houston, of Portalnd.
All were elected by a unanimous vote.
Mrs. Lillian Mitchner, stato presi
dent of the V. C. T. U. of Kansas,
spoke briefly at tho morning session.
She said the Kansas law is tho best
prohibitory law in the world and that;
it had prevented drinking. fcho re- j
ceived a huge sheaf of sunflowers, the
emblem of her state. Mrs. Mitchner
was one of the speakers tonight, herj
subject being the results of tho en-i
fnrcement or tha prohibition law ia
Mrs. Sleeth Urges Co-Operation.
Mrs. Lucia F. Additon. of Lents,!
state lecturer, said there should be
new Salvation Army organized to do-1
velop true statesmanship.
Mrs. Mattie M. Meetli, of Portland,1
called attention to the iiniiortanee of i
the active support of tho W. V. T. U.
in tho enforcement of tho prohibition;
Much enthusiasm, was aroused by the '
remarks of Rev. Henry Mills, ,Sti years'
n' age, who said that ho was one of
three who voted for prohibition many I
years ago in Vermillion county, Illinois, j
Rev. Alice Hanson, of Portland, anid
it is the duty of the V. C. T. U. to aid
in increasing the sentiment in favor of
Author Explains Dry Law.
Dr. .1 V. Anilntw.iii nt Tlw. Il.,ll.,
author of the prohibition law of Ore
gon, spoke at length tonight iu explana
tion or me acr. jie comluitted the
argument sometimes, advanced to the
effect that it is not a workable law.
I his afternoon tne delegates woro en
tertained at n reception by tho Wom
an's Civic Improvement club. On tiio
opening day of tho session the commer
cial club tendered the delegates the use I
of its rooms. I
Telegtams have been cnmiiiir in to!
the convention from all over the I'nited
States n nd the proceedings of the ses-1
sions aro evidently attracting wide in
terest. The meetings have been well
attended by citizens of Newberg. The
convention closes it's work tonight.
The 32nd annual convention of the
Oregon W. C. T. U. met at Nowberg
Tuesday morning, October 4th. After
an inspiring praise service followed by
roll call and other introductory busi
ness the state president, Mrs. Jennie
Kemp, of Portland, gave her annual
address, so full of information and
helpful suggestions that tho conven
tion enthusiastically vutod that it be
printed not only in tho year book, but
also in booklet form for wider distri
bution. Mrs. hemp told us of one sa
loon that tried to have moving pictures
but tho authorities refused permission
suying that tho saloon would degrade
the pictures a.id that, pictures could
not elevate a snlonn. Hlio spoke of the
suppression in Portland of the sale of
alcoholic candy. Of -our W. C. T. V.
booth in the educational building at
Sen Francisco having received the
grand prize for exhibits in this build
ing. It is certainly remarkablo that
there were but. two of our Oregon conn
ties that failed to- give a majority for
prohibition Inst fall and they failed
merely by .') and "i votes. Certainly
tha Oregon W. C. T. II. stands at the
door of greatest opportunity for civic
service. The same majority which
voted Oregon dry should delegate to
political oblivion every officer who
does not enforce the law.
Oneof our speukwrs thinks every can
didate should measure shunt 45 inches
to the yard for they will doubtless
shrink considerably nfter tiiey are in
office. Many who are now in office
should be sent home for a rest. It Is
encournging in our work toward na
tionul prohibition to know that nt the
present time HO per cent of tho terri
tory and M per cent of tiie people of
our nation are under dry legislation. ,
The preliminary report of the creden
tial committee showed 130 present on
Tuesday morning. Many more will bo
in later. Tuesduy evening welcome was
extended to the convention iu behalf
of the city by the mayor, Jesso Ed
wards, also by Rev. fioul'd, of tho M. K.
church for the churches, by Rev, Levi
T. Pennington of Pacific college for
educational forces, by Mrs. Inez Hutt
for women's clubs, find by Rev. Louise
Rounds for W. C. T. lT. 'Mrs. Ada W.
Ijiruh, national organizer, ably re
sponded, tiood music, wns furnished by an or
chestra and other musicians of Pacific
Anita HI. Baldwin
Buys Holstein Cattle
Sacramento, Oct. 7. Mrs. Anita M.
Baldwin, vf Los Angeles, daughter of
"Lucky" -Baldwin, was one of the
main purchasers at the unction sale of
Holstein rattle during the first day
of the sale a t the state fair grounds.
Agent for Mr. Baldwin paid $lt,0.)0
for twenty bead of cattle YVeduee
I'here were In all 74 cattle sold for
a total of 41,4-40.
F. W. Kiesvl, Hscrameuto banker,
paid 'li.700 for two cows. A bull eslf
from the ranch of Morris ft Hons, Wood
land, brought the fanciest price, $2,300.
if. Kenaud, of Phoenix, Aris., was the
J. H. Gibson, of Williams, Cal., paid
$1,421 for seven head.
On hundred head aro being sold to
day. Hen A. Rhodes, of Los Angeles,
is the auctioneer.
.Prepare For Lon? Fight
Over Spaldmg Estate
Han DiegOt Get. 7. Attorneys for
both factions were today prepuhng fur
Irv a a
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We have a full, complete stock to select from.
We do not represent other houses; our pianos are
bought at the lowest cash discount prices.
Our profits are the smallest. Our stock consists of
low price high grade Pianos, and Pianos of a better
finish for those wishing to pay more money.
We have been selling Pianos for 136 years, and our
many satisfied customers is the best guarantee we
can give. We are back of every instrument we sell
and our terms are right.
432 STATE STREET.
the long legal battlo nvor tho fortune
of tho late A. O. Hpalding, "father of
oasonail," following tho appointment
yesterday of Mrs. rjiuuldiiig, executrix
of tho estate.
Keith Hpalding, son of the spurting
goods magnate, who is contesting the
will which left the bulk of the flaOOO
000 estate to the widow said today,
that the truo facts concerning the will
were being withheld from tho aged
mother of A. (4. Hpalding in the enst.
"We fear tho shock might kill her
if she learned that her son left his es
tate to his second wife," Hpulding
Ho denied statements attributed to
Madame Katherine Tingloy, head of
the Thensophical Hociety, of which Mrs
Hpalding is en active member, that
Hpalding wus a poor mau when he mar
ried tha second Mrs. Hpalding.
"His fortune wns already establish
ed," young Hpalding said today.
He also took issue with Mine. Ting
ley in regard to the funeral of his
father, which he says was held almost
beforo relatives of the deceased In the
cast were notified.
29 CEiS'T OAS IN SEATTLE
Henttle, Wash., Oct. 7. An order ol
the Public. Kervico commission, is todn
on file iu reducing the minimum
charge for gas in Heattle to 25 cents a
month. The Heattle Lighting company
has been chafing SO cunts and lliougii
it had agreed soma months ago to tlic
25 cent rate, failed to live up to its
agreement with the city and re petition
od tho commission for permission to
charge the higher rate. The order is to
become effective October 20.
Advertised October (I. 11113.
Allen, Mr. W. A.
Alphonse, Monsieur Pierrot.
Anderson, Waldo k Hon.
Autenricth, Mr. Kdd.
Heaver, Mr. J. A.
Hell, Airs. W. N.
ilihhop, Mr. W. J,
Brown, Mr, Clyde,
Brown, Mr. C. W.
Hum ii, Airs, T. .1.
Cult In, Airs. (I. 11.
Campbell. Mr. If. H.
Cawley, Miss Kiln.
' lurkson, Mr. J. O.
J 'minis, Mr. (lust.
lie Waels, Miss Helen.
I'uvall, Mr. I lean.
Kricksou, A. K,
Koluetter, Mr. J. O.
(iarrick, Mr. Vernon.
(lath, Air. Arthur..
(iilson, Airs. It. L,
(lenwool i'.iinnuna Plantation Co.
(ioode, Mr. J. I).
Oriihcnow, .Miss Kllen.
Hi-ndnrHon, Atirs Leln.
Hess, Mr. John.
Hickman, Mis. Arthur.
Holmes, Miss Dimple,
Houser, Mrs. J. A.
Jackson, Mrs. Iiella.
James, Mrs. Fannie.
Always Watch This
FOR THE WOODSMAN
have all hinds of Axes, Bledgei, Wedges, Saws and Equipments
for tho woods. '
All kisds of Corrugated Iron for both Roofs and TlnlMinDi.
A good IHOO.OO Laundry Mungcl,
A Woodsnw fomtileto for sale or
Two Ponies and JIurness ut a price
H. SteinLock Junk Co.
The House of Half
no HT...1L !l 1 . . 1
iiu iiorin voiiinMinriui niruef.
"' -'--('( AT'-'' .
Leibold, Mrs. ('has.
Livingston, Mr. (leorge.
McCarthy, Mrs. P.
McKarlan, Mr. J.. A.
McHorley, Mr. Arthur.
Mann, Mrs, L. L.
.Merrill, Mr. It. E.
Murray, Mr. Joe.
Oakes, Mrs. K.
Olson, Mr. Frank A.
Paul, Will. .
Price, Mrs. Murv.
P.ve, Mr. llurry'F. (.1)
(jiiinlan, Mr. Leo K. .
H.ienrcr, Mis. Carrie.
Mi ii I U, Mrs. John I).
Hmiih & Morris, Kditor Democrat
Holdberg, Mrs. Will.
Hlil'f, Mrs. E. L.
Hiillivan, Miss Corn,
TiiHsell, Mr. It.
Thompson, Mrs. R. E.
Van Fleet. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. (2)
Yakotu, Mr. K.
Y g, Mr. West ley.
Waldinan, Mr. J. A.
White, Mrs, Joe.
Williamson, Mr. L. A.
Al'OL'HT IKJCKKHTICIN, P. M.
TRY A JOURNAL CLASSIFIED AS
THEY ARB BUSINESS GETTERS
1NE CENT A WORD
Will be shown the first of a 13
"The Broken Coin"
All Art, and Skill known to
Pilindom has Lien exercised to
make this the most wonderful
picture sver produced. Hturt
wilh the first picture and follow
Today, Tomorrow and Satudray
"GRUNDY AND LAZZO"
In a Kinging and Duneing Act
that is a Riot
Eutlrs Change of Ptrtnro
10c Always 10c
slightly utod for one-fourth originul
that will turprlso you.
a Million nurimlna.
rhone S01. t