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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM,
THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1915
Overcoats for Boys
YOU'LL FIND IN OUR BOYS' SECTION AN UN
USUALLY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF OVERCOATS
AND MACKINAWS-GARMENTS THAT HAVE
BEEN CAREFULLY CHOSEN FOR THEIR GOOD
QUALITY AND STYLE. NEW STYLES IN THE
WANTED FABRICS. ALL SIZES-3 TO 17 YEARS.
BETTER BRING THE BOY IN NOW.
PRICES ARE VERY MODERATE.
SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK
Boy's Ruffneck Sweaters, Extra Special at $1.39
JUST THE GARMENT FOR THE BOY WHO LIKES
THE OUT-OF-DOORS-FOR SCHOOL WEAR TOO
WILL KEEP HIM WARM AND COMFORTABLE.
MAY BE HAD IN GREY OR RED GOOD STRONG
WEAVE-AND A MOST UNUSUAL VALUE AT
THIS PRICE-THIS WEEK, $1.39 EACH.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
FT v" iff
ML. ' 'I,
Bride-to-Be of President
Descendant of Pocahontas
:mitmmtMmmmxmwtnatmatwmnn:mnmttm I nu Bone corset guaranteed for one
All Around Town
.Mini?. i-you, IIS South Conmier-
Dr. Mendelsohn. Declallnt In ftttJno
glumes correctly. U. H. bank Ug.
The flrt genuine colloge
team is announced 10 eo -plnycd next
nuiuimiy itnornunn ut H:.I0 o 'cluck, on
the vnrwit y grounds, between Albuuy
college mid Willamette university.
W. T. Jackson, of this city, was
awarded the tract for the painting
Oil till! new Itnth iniweiv I.imI.K.w,
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luutuuui iiiiiiiriy sircer. 1 II IH 18 tin' lust contract
Dr. Stone's Drug more.
City dwollors have their trouble.
While mirli necessary thing in life u h
augur and flour uro now at a low notch,
hero ciiiiii'h thu announcement from the
rorthim! movie thnt the price in tlmt
city till lice 11 advanced to 1(5 cent for
evening Known, and thug wliilo one lie
cfHHlt.y of lifu gueg down ,uuotlier one
Dr. Stone'i Drug Btore. tf
Writing from Carter, Montana, to
the Commercial cluh. u hIiikiiiiui ii a!,,!,,,.
that lie him been put out of business m-v
i... i. i . i . . i t . . . - i
ny mu iioiiicnicniiern, uilll 1 limning lor
nnotlier locution, lie is inquiring for a
country adapted to the raising of sheep
,nnd nukn whether there is any bind mo
adapted, within IS or 20 miles of thin
Dr. R. T. Mclntlre, physician and
Burgeon, 211 Musoiilo bldg. l'hono 410,
The young men who' are reapousible
for the Willamette Collegian are milk
ing good their promise of a bigger and
better paper, us the issue of this week
is filled with newsy items, plenty of
college tnlks, cuts of college uffi'cinls
und a fair amount of advertising. Ml
of which rather indicate thnt these
embryo editors, as well as those in
charge of tlio mechanicnl work are
Homo hustlers, and that at the rate
the paper is improving, the boy' ambi
tion may finally be realised, that of
publishing the best college paper on
to be awnrded, nnd with favorable
weather, the building will bo complet
ed mid ready for its occupants by the
first of November, or at least within a
Hygrade, a Balom made 5 cent cigar
with quality first.
While driving a one liorse buggy on
Cottage street Inst night at about 7
o'clock, II. A. Dennett, 21115 North
High street, collided with u street cur
at tho intersection of Chemeketii ami
Cottage streets, and escaped with sev
eral minor bruises. rTe was token to
Dr. W. U. liyrd's office where his in
juries were attended to and today is
reported to be recovering.
Nu Bone Comet ha a model for ev
tigitro. Tne Hob Nob.
George L. Frazure AHA rtf iha urn.
prietors of the West Siilein .Supply Co.
underwent a serious operation today at
the Salem Hospital. The operation was
performer by Dr. II. K. Clay, who re
ports Mr. I'Vn.iiro to bo progressing fa
Nu Bone Corset demonstrated at Hob
Nob, Mine. J.yo;i, New Vork, boston.
Bud Steutsman, who was Indicted by
the grand jury on a charge of assault,
put up a .fill I'dikI to guarantee his ap
pearance in court to nnswer to tho
charge.. It is charged that Mr. Hteuts
man assaulted Tom Mitchell in a hop
yard lust month.
They are all talking about the Clam
Chowder with coif mil bread and
butter for 10 cents at the White Swan.
In attempting to pass another car on
North Commercial street yesterday af
ternoon, both cars going' at a pretty
fair speed, tho car belonging to Mr.
Kitl'lieV l)f HoWcll ll:liri utrnetr lin
H'lirb, turned completely over, breaking
uuui oi mu irnni wneeis. f ortunately,
no one was injured.
SOME BRANCHES OF
' Mrs. Norman Gait, the presi-
dent' fiancee, is a real Ameri-
can, tracing her blood buck to
the Indian heroine, Pocahontas.
Her father was Judge Wil-
Ham Boiling, a prominent Vir-
giania lawyer. Her brother is
Ralph Boiling, a government-
employe at the 1'anama canal.
Mrs. Gait's widowed mother
lives with her in licr mansion in
the exclusive Dtipont circle sec-
The bride-to-be is Kpiseopal-
ian; her future husband l'res-
Washington, Oct. 7 When Mrs. Nor
man Gait becomes Mrs. Wood row Wil
son in December, the White House will
have as its first lady, an American In
dian princess by descent, who can
rightfully lay claim to having "royal
blood" in her veins the blood of
Tho president' bride-to-be is proud
of the fact that she is a descendant,
in the ninth generation of the Indian
heroine, who wedded John Rolfe.
Jamestown, Va., colonist, after she hud j
saved Captain John Smith's life.
R. W. Boiling, M... alt's brother,
today told of the descent and said the j
family is of pioud lineage. I
He recounted the wonderful story of!
how Pocahontas put her own head upon I
the sacrificial stone, when her father, j
the grim Indian chicftian Powhnttan
was about to dash out the braius of
Captain John Smith, his prisoner, the
founder of the Jamestown colony in
the early duys of the 17th century.
So impressed was the stoic Indian
by this sacrifice thut he gave Smith
his liberty and subsequently the blood
thirsty tribe became very friendly with
the colonists. Later .men Smith left
the colony, Captuiii Argnll treacher
ously seized the charming Indian maid
en and took, her to Jamestown as a
Then, believing Smith, her fiance,
dead, she met John Rolfe, a widower
of sturdy English stock, fell in love
with him and married him. with the
full rites of the church, later embrac
The couple returned to England in
101 0. There Captain Smith learned of
the wedding, and petitioned Queen
Anne to remove the ban of "state pris
oner," first relating the story of how
she had offered her life to save him.
Queen Aime not only removed thb
sigma but frequently received Pocahontas.
Enver Pasha Claims To Have
Broken All Murder Records
In Thirty Days
The young men in this section of the
I country seem to nrcfVi- Hini..,i ;.. n...
Charles L. McNary will go to Corral-' "v.v rather than in the marine corps,
Us tomorrow to deliver an address be-1 according to Scrgenut Scliumun, who
fore the various mercantile orgnniza-1 charge of the United States Marine
Hons of that eitv. CorvuMi u ,r.,t. I corns recruitinir stiitinn hern with ,.f.
ting ready to combine its mercantile ft''1'1 iu postoffice building. Many
; preror tno navy, as tins gives them
III! OllllortllllitV to nmriv niirrtii.tnrlii.r
navigation or wireless t'elegriiphy. So
fur, no applicant has been accepted at
the recruiting office,
associations into one body, similar to
the Coiuniereial club in tills city, and
has invited Mr. McNary to pay them
a visit and tell them how we did it.
Reliable Piano Tuner.
The committee ou accounts and cur-
Notice, Knights of Pythias. Moet at
the corner of Court and l.ibeitv streets
'!,,, f tltu state.
TUB MAN FHOM OltKGON
will be shown at Ya Liberty
TOMORROW and SATl'KDAY,
Instead of Todnv.
rent expenses of the city council is tomorrow ut 1 p. in. All visiting knights
worning oui i lie nuiiget ror lulu. From!""" "leiniiers to liiarcn in a body to nt
their investigation so fur, tliey feel as-funeral of brother Stinson. by
wired that the levy for the coming order of F. F. Schrani, ('. C,
year will bo about the same as last! o
year. Serving on this committee are J. At a meeting of Uie trustees of the
A. Mills, Ward two; b. W. Mwy, Ward Odd Fellows building held last evening
sevou, and Jn. McClelland, Ward ix,l It was decided to begin at once the va
acting with City Attorney Trlndlo. j rious Improvement contemplated. The
o entrance nnd lobby will be re modeled,
. Yeoman dance Fridav ntaht. Mmn.1 with til.,.) fi,,,,- ,,,i ...... i.i.. .
, o-- -"' i ' ....... itiiHiiiv , ui IIIH-im I
tiers gel their program at the door. ing. New doors will take tho place of
. . 0 ! the old ones into the inn in auditor-
Xk,' r Jon?"', councilman for the.lum, and the walls und ceiling of the
fourth ward, is in I.a Uramlo this lobby decorated. In the fover, a new
week, in charge of the NpnuldUg Leg-1 stairway will be built to the left on
Ring company's exhibit at the I'niuii entering, in order to give two en-
I county fair, where the company are I trances into the bnleoiiv. The stairway
l showing their Indian ilo, model ready lending to the Odd Fellows' hall wiil
,11111 t barn and nectMinnl garage. He be left as it is. A metal marquee, or
vil be absent about two week, ox- awning will be constructed to extend
.hlbiting at other places in the eastern eniirelv over !, i.l..i.;u ti, ...
New Yorl-, Oct. 7. "It is Knver;
Pasha's boast that he killed more Ar-i
mcninns in thirty days than Abdul!
Humid in 30 years. And, tho latter
was known as the 'Great butcher,' and j
the 'Red Sultan.' " I
This statement was made today by j
Miss Kmily Wheeler, secretary of the'
National Armenian and Indian Relief
association an orgctiintion active in I
Armenia Since l,S!l.'i, on information
from a missionary just returned from;
Armenia. MiHS Wheeler spent sixteen
years in Armenia nnd was there during'
the lMilo massacre. j
"German officers are active in Ar
menian persecutions, according to my
missionary friends," she declared. Cer
tain cbiBses of Tm lis don't sympathize
with the ntitrngc!i but dare not protest
because tho movement is directed by
Const n ntinople.
"Tho government is waging a cam
paign of extermination. This is evi
dent from I lu slaughter and from the
statement of the governor of Van, that
the governor intended to kill every Ar
menian, even the babies, to rid Turkey
forever of the 'Armenian question.'
"They hnve succeeded so well, that
in some villages, there is ;iot even a
sign of life. The entire Tiflis dis
trict has been levelled by fire, and
women have been scorched and scalded
" Kven orphan in our mission have
been deported. In the Van district .17,
000 Armenian were killed during Aug
ust. "Miss McT.nren, an American at
tached to the Van. mission, hns been
missing since .Inly, nnd she i probably
dend. Sister Martha, a German, fled
with fifty orphan from tho Kurds
in July and luis not been henrd from
"Of 270,000 who started for Rus
sia, more than 100,000 died of the ter
rible typhus fever:
"because tio.noo Armenian are in
the Russian army and a handful are
revolutionists, (he government excuses
itself for these wiiolesulo persecu
Propose To Raise $4,385
Without Additional Cam
paign For Money
'Salem's Best Market Place'
Specials in the
Fresh Tillamook Cheese, lb 20c
Limberger Cheese, lb 25c
Cream Brick Cheese, lb 25c
Small. Walnuts, 2 lbs 25c
Ripe Olives, pint 15c
Sour Pickles, pint -15c
Sweet Pickles, pint 20c
Sweet Totatoes, 8 lbs. ... 25c
3 lbs. for $1 Coffee, lb 25c
Best Quality Only in th,
Shoulder of Pork
Loin of Veal
Pure Lard, No. 10
Pure Lard, No. 5
Compound, No. 10 ..
Compound, No. 5 55,
151 North High Street Grocery Phone 830; Meat Phone 840
Thrilling Stories Told In Van
couver Attract Adventur
Vancouver, B. C, Oct. ".Recruiting
has taken a new turn here as the re
sult of the return of three Vancouver
boys from the trenches a few days ago.
They are private E. Biddle who served
with the Sixteenth battalion .through
the thick of the fighting in Flanders
last spring; Private K. E. Gill, of the
Seventh battalion and Private K.
Campbell, of the Eighth battalion
"The little Black Devils" of Winnl-
All three men are convalescing iroin
wound. Private Campbell was wound
ed and "gassed" in the fighting at St.
Julieu and the other two were put out
of commission at Fcstubert, a month
A German helmet captured by Biddle
... . . .. 1. L . ir.. .11 :,.
in a tierce irencii ngiii Jiuy i 00
. ! exhibition in the window of a business
The second day's report of the solici-' hH,,s.e hcl' aml is attracting great at
tor. for funds for the Salem Y. M. C.i '' i'l("l'o'8 story of how he got it, is a
A. shows excellent progress and good thrilling one:
prospects of raising the entiro amount "We were ordered to clean the Ger
called for in tho budget, Mfisr,, with-i 1HS 0t of their line of trenches and
out an additional campaign. Today's c went at them with a 'hurrah' he
meeting was held amid unbounded en- snil1- "T ,vas "Sht on top of them
thusiusm of the solicitors who report!"1"'"'1 noticed a long bayonet pointed
little difficulty in rnisimr tin. mnnnni.l at me from below. I couldn't check
. ..ii u.
iney set out to secure.
The following is the total amount
raised to date:
Jos. Ilulben $100.00
K. T. bnrnes 7.".00
R. T. Moore 0.00
Ward K. Richardson 12.00
J. Frank Hughes 10.OO
" 111. A. -Marshall . 10.00
NO. 5 LARD
l' P. llarluu jjjo
J. I). Ilartwell
myself, so more by intuition than any
thing else, I discharged my rifle from
the hip. There was a German officer
behind that bayonet and he certainly
would have done for me, but my ran
dom shot caught him.
"I took off the officer's helmet and
slung it to my belt."
Private Campbell, describing the bat
tle in which he was "gassed," said:
11 it 1. . . .i. x .1
on 1 "oeu we iook uie i-'orniHii ireiicnes
ifjoo the Huns cried out to us: 'Good com-
j tire building will also be painted.
Children 's School Dresses
You will find the following list of long wearing and
serviceable Winter weight goods for school dresses:
Mohair Repp ,'18-in. wide, solid colors, per yard . .. 47c
Scotch riaid, part wool, good quality, ;!G-in. wide, yd. 23c
New Wool Scotch Tlaids, latest Cheviot weave, :i6-in.
wide, good values, per yard 50c
Fancy Flowered pure Silk Fibre, fine assortment, good
values, 7 1-2-in. wide, per yard .7.25c
Tlain silk Taffetas, all leading shades, 4 1-2-in. wide,
per yard 10c
115 N, LIBERTY, THE PEOPLES STORE, SALEM, OREGON.
ii (71 '
Frank S. Grant Will
Succeed L R. Stinson
Frank 8. Grant of Portland has been
appointed temporary grand keeper of
records nnd seals for the Knight of
Pythia to fill the vacancy caused by
the death of Louis Russel Stinson until
tho meeting of the grand lodgo in Port
hind next Tuesday, Mr. Grant is a
past grand chancellor and stand high
in the order. The appointment was
made by br. A. K. Wrightinnn of Sil
verton, piescnt grand chancellor of the
According to all reports now in,
Councilman ,1. A, Mill wns the only
sufferer I'rein the e4ith quake reiorted
on the Pacific coast last Saturday
night. Mr. Mills live at 4S1 North
Winter street, nnd ejaim to have a
basement under his house with a con
crete wall six inches thick, that didn't
have even n scratch on it. Ijist Sat
urday eveni.ig close to midnight he
noticed sort ui a quiver in the house,
but thought nothing of it until the
next, morning lie discovered a large
rrmk through one side of the base
ment. Thi break in the basement and
the report or the earthquake in the
Sunday morni.m ;tprs, are evidence
enough for Mr, Mill.
Win. bnrghart 16.00 ltu''i nl"l 0,le U fellow, who spoke
U O. Ilerrold
W. L. Mercer
O. b. Miles
.Ino. II. Scott
F. S. bynon
Carl D. Gnbrielson
C. M. Tjockwood
12.00' I)r,"y lair wigusn, yeueu ar. tne top
jmj'of his voice: 'Married man, don't kill
SOOjine. I've a wife and children."
; Funeral of LR. Stinson
Yellow or White CORNMEAL
1 MILK, 10c CANS
GOLD DUST FLOUR
The funeral ritual of the Knight of
Pythias will be read at the service to
W. H. bale ,,.': be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock
R. R. Jones '1ZZZ'.'.""'"" 5 00 in.tlle BI'11",ryi ovcr the body of L. R.
J. If. Lewis
W. ). Evan
Dr. V. L. Utter ..,
Imperial Furniture Co.
Qi:.i.A.. i. -,
lo0i m"u fttrciicr or records
m'flQianil seals. The services will be in
on'n()' charge of the grand lodgo officers, who
00' w'" com'uot tne services at the armory
rVnl innd at the cemetery. Music will be
'TOO '"""'"vu "j" niiim.-i.-5 uuui uie v.nriiiun
J. C. Griffith m; Science church.
O. O. brown ZZZZZZ' "0 00: There will be no formal address at
T. G. Albert.
Anna K Knvlor
the services. In addition to members
of the grand lodge of the state who
l.e Angeles Time: The visit of
J" !m 1 Uoekefellcr, Jr., to the milling
district of Colorado resulted in the
ymng nn ii getting hi uit cover'd
with grease and dirt, but luckily he
I.Rlipi'ned to hnve a change .that lie hd
boi.ght at one dollar down and a dollar
a nk, and therefore wa not com-H-lid
to go home in a barrel.
THK MAN FROM ORKOON
will be shown at Ya liberty
iv,unv.' RIIO. i?.ll l nt'Ai,
nmtfild or Toilay.
Ira Jorgenson i0Wl" present, delegation are ex-
K. llofer & Son
Mr. and Mrs. p. K, Fnlierti'in '
'. D. Bnbcock
Geo. Johnson & Co.
H. S. Gile 4- Co.
P. R. L. & P. Co.
T. II. Knv ....
rnul B. Wallace ZZZZZ
M. C. Findley
Rev. Jnines Klviu
Rev. II. c. stover ZZZ'.
Rev. F. x Porter
Rev. J. c. Spencer
Rev. K. X. Avison
Rigdon & i:ichr,l
1MI. IVArcv .. .
"uo..rt, . . a . .
'i 00 lorseiu. ironi several or
'-'(l0lthe subordinate lodges. The honorary
5 00 111111 h.farer are nr- A. E. Wrightmari,
"i 00 Silverton, grand chancellor eom
10o'oo'""""ler: E'1, D- Curti" of Portland,
100 00 1 pH,t K1"1 ona'-,llor: William M. Cake,
ICO'OO' r"',t ernna chl"1(,ellor; Willard L.
IDO Oo' Marli' A""lny Rrand vice chancellor;
50 001 J' W" lllon,,' Pendleton, grand master
10 00 0f ,1,e eXl'n,q"Pr; Frank 8. Grant,
io oo ; pr"r,,Iani1' pust BrB,ul phan('(,l1"'; Ous. C.
10 001 ' Por,'n"1' supreme representa-
l'l'ooi ,iv,; rrPoree Knight, Hubbard, past
,n',l0 grand inner guard,
""i 00' T'10 m',ive l)nl1 bearer selected todnv
o'-."nn!l,r6 ,L u- Turner,.C. W. Barrick, J. C.
inn' ' "1U,"MI mum, .eni summerviiie
Salem Nursery Co,
K. V. Carlton
N. 1). Elliott ZZ
T. J. Cronise
T. K. Ford ZZZZZZZZZ
A. A. Leo
W. W, Emmons
Wcller bro ZZZZZ.
Fay Collins ZZZZ
Fletcher & llvrd 1
Mr. I,. (. ( ;(( 2
H. J. Clement . .
A. I. Eoff
f. M. Epplcy ZZZ
V. O. Shiplev
J. G. barr ...
George Bros ZZZ.
Otto Hansen ZZZ.
F, A. Erixon .
W. M. bushey ZZZZ
Crown brag Co, .
O. E. Price ZZZ.
Rev. W. J, I.ienkemper
u cuniniing ZZZZZZZZ n.oo' Tllfl 1,"1-v w'" lie
armory tomorrow from
state at the
12 until 2
1 .tl....L .l .1.. ,. i ....
25.00' ' " 1111 cHsuet win ne closed,
COURT HOUSE NEWS
v-uunouea irom rage Two.)
Sun Francisco Chronicle; Ther l.ns
leu n.ore talk of reform, i Huvnia
ince the drive by the Germanic
than in the day when the rtar wis
marching west. IW thi men thnt
the greater hope of improvement iu
Rus-ia depend upon drastic defeat f
5.IH); A marringe license was issued ves
o.00;terday by the conntv clerk to JoimEd
.12.00 j ward Farris, a fermer of Turner, and
10.00 Fannie Fern Funk, also of Turner
1(1.00 1 A suit for divorce ha been filed in
10.0Oi,,,! circuit court bv Gludv Marie
5iO0Swartont against E. W. Swnr'tout. The
1(1.00 '"l,l were married in Vancouver in
10.00 :;llrl1 rt"' enr a id the plaintiff al
15.00!l'l!';, ,,hat hfr linsbnud slapped her,
15.00 ! ,, V lor anA Ta'1 her bad names,
10 00 1? 01 wh"'h ''"""titnted cruel and i:i
o"oo!"nnn u:,aUwv- V. A. Gooile, of
10.001 ' ' '"'- ror ine plaintiff.
Sheriff William Ksch left this city
this morning for Baker where ho wiil
tone charge of Mack Cavin, who wa
arrested in that citv on a charge of
non support of a wife and children in
stayton in thi county. Cavin was in
dicted by the grand jury at it Inst e
'ion. Sheriff Esch will return with hi
pr.soner next Saturday if he lis no
trouble, in making connectiona on the
Damon & Son
855 N. Commercial. Phone 68
Here you get 100 cents worth of
Groceries for $1.00
When la SAXEM, OREGON, stop a
. Free and Private Baths
BATES 75c, $1.00, $1.50 FEB BAt
The only hotel in the business district.
Nearest to all Depots, Theatres "
A Home Away from Home
T. O. BLIGH, Prop.
Both phonea. Free Auto Bus. .
O DWELL IN
COM FOR I
i to dwell at
vKere personal attention
trie Key-note of comfort
end contentment 0)6
TKruout the kol-:fc
Dining Room to Roof
den-the atmosphere is
ibed by ever? g-'"1
HOME LIKE. Eg
thing you .nt-nothmg
you don t want.
1 I . .k. Havor CI
or mow h d. " , 1 j