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HAHRY 'Window ' eleaner. Phone
yjB WOOD $3.50 per cord. Faone
WANTED To buy fresh cow. Phone
SHOWN LEGHORN PULLETS For
gale. Phono 36F13. Octl3
BBOWN LEGHORN PULLETS For
gale. Phone 36F13. OctH
FIRST CLASS SERVICE At Fred's
night luaeh. No jitney. ' Octl6
SECOND HAND BICYCLE For sale,
cheap. 2o4 S. Liberty. Octl6
FOR SALE 3 cows and one Jersey
bulL Phone 29F12, after 7 p. m. tf
FOE RENT Furnished sitting room
aid bed room. 356 N. Cottage. Octl3
FOR KENT Nice- modern 6 room house
close in. Call room 320 Hubbard
WANTED Grub oak wood on the
ground. Ward K. Kichardson. Phone
J.M. Oct 13
FOR EXCHANGE Good single- buggy
to trade for young chickens, Phone
FOR SALE Young Berkshire boar,
White Leghorn cockrells. H. A. Clark,
Salem. - OctlS
LOST Man's watelr with gold fob, on
Ferry street. Return to Journal of
fice. Reward. , Octl3
WANTED Woman to do goneral
house work in country, small family.
Phone 84F3. " " " Octl3
FOR RENT One lnrge houso keeping
room with heat and electric lights,
close in. 143 Court. Octl3
BALDWIN nnd Spitzcuberg apples de
livered for 50c per bushel. Mrs. Os
car Meyer. Phone 64F21. Octl5
WANT TO RENT 50 acres good land
near Salem. Would take separate
tracts or all in one. 2097J. Octl3
FOR RENT To respousiblo tenant, at
reasonable rate, seven-room house,
partly furnished. Phone 56S.I. OctH
J1ME. HILL Gratunte nurse, certified
midwife .nnd masseuse. Visiting
cases by the hour or day. Phone 319.
FOR RENT Large upper Toom, fur
nished or unfurnished. Nice for wo
man employed at 337 S. 18th street
FOR SALE At Jndian school, Chem
awa, beginning October 18, 15 hogs
and 35 pigs. Call personally or
. phono. OctlS
"BOOKKEEPER Wants position; ex
perienced, references furnished, low
wages to start with. Address A. B.,
MONET TO LOAN 11,000 up to 10,
000, on improved farms. Thos. A.
Itoberts, 209 U. S. National Bank
Bldg., Salem, Oregon Oct.15
A GOOD FIRST CLASS paying busi
ness worth $1,000, to sell or exchange
for personal property. Address L. for
particulars. Cace of Journal. Octl3
SPLIT BODY OAK wood, $4.50 per
rord; grub oak $5.00, $5.50; ash $4.50.
Second growth fir, $3.50. Phone
, 1954, during business hours. J. H.
FOUND A pair of rimless nose glass
es, near knglowood school. Owner
may have same by calling at Com
mercial booit store and paying for
BOOMS FOR RENT Two pleasant
rooms, modern in every respecet, 4
blocks north of state house, 1-2 block
from carlino, terms to suit 840
Union street tf
FOR SALE 2 fine yearling colts, full
blooded Poland China pigs, Mam
mouth Bronze turkeys, all at a bar-
bain if taken soon. Address Alvin
W. Mead. Route 2, Salem. OctlS
FOR 0t,E One of the nicest homes
on Fairmount Hill for a little more
than half its value, almost your own
tmma Sn no nf nnpfl. " TiSfllir ft
Bolineer. 406 Hubbard Bldg. tf
WANTED 41200.00 at 8 per cent in
terest, on residence property in Sa
lem, conservatively worth $3000. Car
rying insurance of $2,500. If inter-
farted call on Geo. B. Jacob Co., room
3. Bavne Bids. Phone 2424. tf
MONEY TO LOAN On improved
farms at 7 per cent animal interest.
I am representing the Commerce Safe
Deposit & Mortgage Co. of Portland,
Oregon. Quick delivery of money.
Write me or call at Marion Hotel. F.
J. Berger, Salom, Oregon. tf
160 ACRE FARM Well located and
fully equipped with horses, all stock
and machinery, to exchange for city
income property or good cheap land
that will make a stock ranch. 020
acre stock ranch located in Grant
county, Washington, 5 miles from the
county seat, l'-i miles Soap lake,
want improved'ity property or well
located city lots in cxctiango for this
ranch. Price $20 per acre. Joseph
Barhcr, 405 Hubbard Bldg. Oct 13
Willamette Valloy Company. First
mortgage, five per' cent sinking fund
gold bonds, dated December 1, 11105.
Notice is horoby given, pursuant to
the provisions of the moiigago to Gcr
niantown Trust Company, dated Decern
W 1, 1903, thnt, the undersigned com
pany ss trustees will receive scaled
proposals tip to twelve o'clock noon on
Wednesday, October 27, 191.1, for the
Uo to it of bonds, as described above,
t a jirice not exceeding one hundred
and five per cent (105 per cent) and
accrued interest, sufficient to exhaust
as nearly as possible the sum of 4,2-4'.-34
now in the Sinking Fund. Preference
to be given by the trustee to bonds of
fered at the lowest price.
OKK.MA.NTOWN THt'ST CO.,
Clarence C. firintnn. troiirer. German
town, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
240 and 246 Commercial Street
New Store Old Location
Big Assortment. Best Values.
Children's Umbrellas, neat handles 50c
"Ladies' Umbrellas, good covers, long black
Nice assortment tipw stvIpo
- - " - -j Mb ...... y & i aiiu giiUy
New Umbrellas, wide tape edge, latest handles,
eight ribs, heavy silk cord at $1.50
Ladies' Union Suits, nice white, winter weight,
Girls' Union Suits, nice white, winter weight,
Men's Union Suits $1.00
Separate garments for ladies or children ... .25c up
Boys' Woolen Suits, with two pair pants . . .$3.00 up
Special Woolen Suits, nice patterns, with two
pair pants $4.25
Extra good Suits, with two pair pants ,$5.00
Men's Woolen Suits at $12.50, $10.00 and $8.75
Men's Woolen Pants, from $2.00 up
Men's Outing Flannel Night Gowns, good quality 65c
In rear of store, is the busiest one in town. Ready-to-wear
hats or shapes, fine assortment of fancy
ostrich feathers, flowers, etc. Silk velvets in great
variety of colors. Hats made to order. Lowest prices.
LOYAL SONS ELECT.
The Loyal Sons of the First Christian
church met last evening forthe election
of officers and for an all around good
social time. About (SO young men were
present, and among thoso who were re
ceived into the order was Reed Row
land, who has been a member of every
grade in the Sunday school, beginning
with the primary clans. Addresses were
made by Jr. H. C. Kpley, the Kov. F. T.
ortcr, C. E. Knowland and past presi
dents of the order. Ira Mercer, ath
lotic director stated that two indoor
baseball teams would be organized and
that games would bo played with the
organization from other Sunday schools
in the city.
The officers elected for the following
year are, president, Lloyd Case; vice-
Today and Tomorrow
WONDERFUL COLORED SOPRANO
Singer of Southland Songs.
"THE BROKEN COIN"
"A MESSENGER FOR HELP"
A Western Drama.
Featuring the landing of the crew and pasengers of
the torpedoed liner Arabic on arrival at Queenstown
Presenting Miss Billie Rhodes and Jack Dillon.
10c ALWAYS 10c
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, Oct 13, 1915.
at 1 OS ar,A ci fin I
president, Robcy Kadcliff; secretary,
ltoscoe Clark; treasurer, James II.
Walker; sergeant at arms, Lylo Bar
jtiiolomew; athletic manager, Ira Mer
cer; exerutive members, Lloyd liojdi
nian, Karl Brunkj entertainment com
mittee, Karl Huat, Lloyd llnldiman,
Victor Brad-son, James II. Wplker,
Fred Schomnker; social committee,
Koseoe ( lnrk, Karl Hunt, Oral Lemmon,
James H. Walker, Fred Schomakcr.
1 CHICAGO'S MAYOR IK PORTLAND
Portland, Ore., Oct. 12. Mayor Wil
liam Hale Thompson and 20 aldermen
I of Chicago arc scheduled to arrive here
I 'it 2 o'clock this afternoon and to leave
I for Tacoma at 11 o'clock tonight. The
1 visitors will be extensively entertain-
ed during their stay.
WEDDING KNOCKED OUT
Columbus Day Spoils Plans of
Louis Gillpop, Age 18, and '
Joyce Hammer, 15
Seattle, Wash., Oct. 13. Joyee.IIam
mer, aged 15, daughter of former State
Senator Emerson Hammer, of "Sedro
Woolley, and Louis Gillpop, aged 18, oil
around athlete, might have been en
joying their honeymoon today if it
hadn't been for Christopher Columbus.
As it is, the would-have-been bride,
ia sobbing as if her neart would break
at the home of friends here, waiting
for her father to arrive, and Gillpop is
temporarily held in the county jail.
They eloped Monday, the girl wiring
her mother that they were "married
and safe.' But when they applied yes
terday for a mnrringe license at Ever
ett, they learned that because Columbus
had discovered America on October 12,
it was a legal holiday and the court
house was closed.
By this time the father had romped
down to the telegraph office and gent
word to sheriffs in western Washington
to hold the couple if they showed up.
Wheu they alighted from the Everett
intemrban here they were taken into
Silverton, Or., Oct. 13. Mr. nnd Mrs.
.lack Moiley are visiting Portland
friends this week.
Miss Esther llines was in Portland
on business the first of the week.
Miss Bess Cowdeu is entertaining
her friend, Miss Lila Sciigstnke, of
Portland, at her homo on Mill street.
Miss Nellie Distnd, left for Portland
last Friday, after a pleasant visit at
the home of her sister, Mrs. De Spain.
O. W. Hubbs .accoinisinied by his
mother, Mrs. V. P. Hubbs motored
over to Marion lust Monday for a visit
at the N. It. Hubbs home.
Mrs. Williams entertained her sister,
Miss Julia Johnson, of Portland, Ure
iron, over Bundav.
E. E. Taylor and Louie Wolfnrd were
over on the Santinm river fishing last
Sunday. They bad good success, and
a tine outing.
Airs. G. A. Webb accompanied her son
Dr. Webb of Mt. Angel over to the
fair one day the past week, as she has
been very sick lor Borne time past, tne
trip was lnucn eu.ioyeu.
jonny Circle enjoyed a visit from
his trieud Hollo Leitsell of Woodburn
A motor parly consisting of Mr. and
Mrs. Uscar Kodiield and Mr. and Mrs
Frank DcGuire were plcasuro riding on
the streets of the Capital City last
Miss Mariorie Riches was a week
end guest at the home of her brother,
Ucorue Miches aud lamilv in Salem.
Miss Addle" McKillop and Lawrence
liorrick or south Silverton, were mar
ried at Salem on Thursday, October 30
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nixon are en
joying a-visit from their two daughters
Mrs. C. b. urn una n of hdnuinton, Al
berta, and Mrsi W.TJ. .Miller, of ton
The 11. L. Nutting family had a
nephew of Mr. Nutting, Martin Ken
field, of Beiniclji, Minnesota, as a guest
for the week end. Mr. Kentield nrcoih-
panied by Mr. Nutting, left for Port
lun on Monday morning.
Joseph Lumen, Charles Bentson, and
A. L. Larsen ,- started Monday on
.trip through the middle weet. Their
destination was to be different- )Kints
in North Dakota nnd plan on being
gone two weeks.
Mrs. Arthur Williams will cntertnin
the Loyal Hereana at their regular clans
social, at her home on Thursday even
ing, October 14.
lU'V. Browne and family have moved
to Lents, Oregon, where he uas been
called to preach tho coming year. The
Albert Webb auto truck took thoir
household goods lust Wednesday. This
estimable family leave many warm
friends in Silverton who wish them
success in their new home.
A number of flattering prizes were
carried away from the fair last week
by Silverton men. The l,oe Brothers
won prizes botn on sheep and their
thoroughbred Poland China hogs, anil
Messrs. J. II. Porter and Charles Moores
received two first prizes, three second
and one third prixe on their fino Bel-
igiau horses. Ihe jet hlack tenm of
Bud TlimmiK were winners both in team
and second prize on one of them single,
this being more noticeable inasmuch as
they were in competition with thor
oughbreds. The woman's home missionary so
ciety of the Methodist church will give
a Hallowe'en entertainment at the M.
E. church parlors, on October 29. Ev
eryone is cordially invited and one of
the best tunes promised all who at
tend. There is a noticeable increase in or
ders for lumber at the Silverton Lum
ber conitinv ' mill and it is difficult
now to get curs sufficient to handle tie
outside orders. There is a shortage of
about 50 curs right at the present
Nels Ilerigstad gathered OfiO boxes
of fine Italian prunes from his three
aim orchard. The dried product was
sold at 0 cents a pound.
Tho I'nited LutLerans will hold a
conference in the rrw St. Johns Luth
eran church the 1lth and Dlth of Oc-
tf.hep Tint fnlbiect fnr (renprul iiirifi-
sion will bo Hpvelctions 2:1:7. On Sun
iduy tho l'tli of October tho new church
iwill bo solemnly dedicated to the wor
isrip of God, by tho president of t ie
It'nitod chore!!, the liev. T. II. Dahl, l.
V., ot Minneapolis, Minnesota. All
servieiM will tie in .Norwegian, except
on Sunday tfternoon.
i Tho Kov Miller family have their
jhoiiM'hold goods packed and stored for
a time. Mr. Miller is going to Portland
to look for a location, and in the mean
time Mrs. Miller aid little (lladya will
i visit reliitic.i at Salem, after stnd-
log this week at the Ira Stewart home
in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilsey, on Mc
.'lain street, are the nroud parents of
a fine Id -ouJd boy born on Monday,
! October th.
I Mrs. Isaac Wbesldon, of Plaiuview,
Oregon, anil Mrs. I.ncy Churchman, of
Sheridan, left for their homes InirtTties
i day, after a very pleasant visit with
Heals Skin Diseases
It is unnecessary for yon to suffer
with enema, ringworm, rasbea and sim
ilar skin troubles. A little semo, gotten
at an? drug store for 25c, or $L0O for
extra larre bottle, and promptly applied
will usually give instant relief from itch
ing torture. It cleanses and soothes the
vkin and heals quickly and effectively
most skin diseases.
Zemo is a wonderful disappearing liquid
and dors not smart the most delicate skin.
It Is not greasy, is easily applied and
costs little. Get It today and save til
A Bungalow Bungle
Special Two-part Comedy,
Burr Mcintosh and Lolita Rob
ertson in Adventures of J. Ru-
Read full-page advertisement in
Sunday 'a Oregouian.
When Mice Make Merry
A One-reel Comedy Cartoon ,
bv .1. K. Bray
Don't Faii to See the Fatlie
Weekly Every Thursday,
YE LIBERTY THEATRE
Always the Best Pictures
ADULTS 10c CHILDREN 5c
MANY LIKE THIS IN SALEM
Similar Cases Being Published In Each
The following case is but one of
many occurring daily in Salom. It is
an easy matter to verify. You cannot
ask for better proof.
F. A. Sutton, tent and awning denier,
Snlem, enys: "I had kidney trouble
for ten years and sometimes I was laid
up. Doctors did not help me. Sharp
paijiB extended through my back and
were most Severe in my kidneys. Often
when working I had to give up. I lost
weight and was in vory poor health. I
had headaches, rested but little, at
night and didn't know what to do. On
a friend's advice, I tried Doan's Kid
ney Pills and to my surprise they
brought great improvement in a few
days. I continued to get better steadi
ly. I got more sleep, my appetite im
proved, and tho pains gradually, but
surely, left mc, After I had used three
boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills, 1 was in
better health than I had been for ten
years and not a sign of kidney com
plaint remained." (Statement given
Jan. 31, lildO.)
Over Six Years Later, Mr. Sutton
added: "I confirm my former endorse
ment of Doan's Kidney Pills. They
effected a permanent cure in, my case."
rnce Sue, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Sutton hns twice publicly recom
mended. Foster-Milbiirn Co., Props.,
uuirnio, jn. Y.
Mrs. S. T. Hobirt on McClnlno street.
Mrs. V. W. GiKetLi left fur her home
nt Orants Pass Inst Saturday after a
three weeks' stay at tho homo of her
daughter, Mrs. Claude P. Slude, of this
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crowiler were
guests at the ('. F. Faith homo at Ore
gon City, tho past week, returning the
firnt of this week. Mr. and Mrs.
Fai;h are .l.ru Crowdcrs parents.
Tho Silverton hign school football
team went to Woodburn Saturday and
got beaten to tho tuuo of Off to 0. Our
boys have nut had very much prnctico
and were much lighter weight tliun the
husky Yids of thj sister town.
A little h:ly, weighing just, eight
pounds arrived at the Jon Olcson homo
lest Thursday, Octobor 7th.
Mrs. Floyd Boyiugtou is enjoying a
visit from her sister, Miss Esther llrein
mel, of Salem, who came to get an
rpiainted with tho little niece lately ar
rived nt the Boyir.gtou home,
-Tho uniiunl sale mid dinner given by
the Vidies aid 01 the I'niled Lutheran
church Saturday was a success in ev
ery way. Many crtielos were sold and
a nouiitcotis din;.er was served to over
J. K. .Moil: it, was umong the lucky
prize winners at the Sulem fair carry
ing away lour blue ribbons and one
red ribbon on hij white Japanese ban
tams and black tcilod JupaiiiMu ban
tams that he had on exhibition.
itev. James II. Irvi ie, the recently
uppoi.ited pastor or tho M. K. church,
with bis wife arrived In the city Wed
nesday and they are now practically
settled ami vt hoinj in tho M. K. pur
Mrs. Arthur -Hicks and children,
( harlotte and Stanley, have goiio to
Portland to .loin Mr. Hicks who has
employment at that place.
I levo nnd Jvun Mnscott went to
Woodburn Sutiilduy to see tho football
game between thut place and Silver
Frank Wray, Jr., has accepted a po
sition with tho Sharpies ( ream Sep
arator company nt Stock ton, California,
and left for rnsco last Wednesday
where he will attend the fair before
taking iii) this work. Ho exoccts to be
Mrs. Silas .Newell, of .New Hampshire
who has been visiting tint Hobart fam
ilies of this place, left, for Salem Sun
day, and ufter a visit with relullves
there will leave for her Now England
Over fifty Odd Fellows and Itcbekshs
rrom the local lodges or Milierton re
sponded to nn invitation given by Butte
lodgn No. 120, Scotts Mills, to assist in
tho dedication of their new lodge binld
ing just completed. Other lodges all
through th" valley were also invited
and about three hundred were present,
the dedication taking place on Tuesday
evening, October 6th, Henry West-
brook, deputy giund master of the state
of Oregon, was toe presiding officer
nn this occasion. Short talks iy Hoary
Boys asd Girls Aid
Does Much Good Work'
The Boys' and Girls' Aid society of J
Oregon, with headquarters at Portland,;
baa just issued, a report of its work forj
1V 'OBI. TWII, iu wuh-u ma suiieuu'iii I
is uutue mui vn Airu ou ox mis mr
37 boys and 34 girls were being taken
care of, and that during the year the
condition of 262 children had been in
vestigated. Three boys and eight girls
had been received from Marion county,
and a total of Wi had been in the care!
on the society. During tho year, Sulem
'people had contributed t-7 townrds its
support. The largest contribution from
any private company was that of $luU
from the Ladd & Tilton hank, Port
laud. Westbrook, Judge Dimick, T. V. Rich
es, Asbury Starr, Sol Walker, grand
senior warden of the grand encamp
ment, and B. Howard were much en
joyed and a short program was ren
dered, with music by a quartet of male
voices throughout the ceremonies. A
fine spread was prepared and served
by the Scott a Mills Kchcknhs end an
evening was pussed that will long be,
remembered by all present.
Miss Esther llines entertuincd two
friends from the O. A. C. college at
Corvallis, from Friday until Sunday.
They were the Misses Ruth Buruell aud
The J. E. Blazer children aro among
the whooping cough victims these days,
and there are quite a number of cases
Hazel Tlartmnn spent. Saturday night
and Sunday with tho homo folks out on
the ranc h.
F. K. Callistcr Is driving a new Olds
mobile, purchased while at too state
fair last week.
Mr. and Mrs. M". J. Van Valkonberg
left for the sunny south land last
Wednesday nnd will attend tho world's
Miss Cora Browno was a guest of
friends at Independence a few days the
Mr. and Mrs. Joe OH and son Whiter,
spent Sunday with tho Pete Pflum fam
ily, up in the Silverton Hills.
A social event of tho past week was
an entertainment nt tho Martin Lor
euce home in honor of their son An
drew and his bride, also their daughter
a:id husband, both recently married.
Thero were about thirty gticsta pres
entf and the afternoon was spent In a
social manner nnd a general good time.
The newly weds were presented with
many useful nnd beautiful presents.
Tho following were present: Martin
Lorence and wife, Andrew Lorcnce and
TRADt MA KM
If ALUMINUM UTENSILS Vv '
Thursday ' .
f I Friday and Saturday V 1
j Special Prices Will Prevail on Certain t I
j Pieces and Seta j J
RAY L. FARMER 1IDW. CO.
Everything in Hardware
Cor. Court and Com'l. Phone 191
STTIminDM L JT
If you are one of the hundreds of Salem men
men ready for an Overcoat, you should see our
wonderful line of new models in ail the new and
desirable models and styles.
In the light grey to the
plain hlack shades cut
with the regular or set
in sleeves. Made with
the convertible or vel
Prices $12.50 to $25.00
Guaranteed to be water
proofed or a new coat
$10.00 to $15.00
A shipment of single grey wool Blankets excel
lent bargains at $1.05.
Old hats to the rub
Cover your thinking
department with a new
comfortable, neat and
See us, for we make it
our business to fit
your face as well as
Then, too, we try to
fit you mentally.
And your bocket-book.
Newest styles at
$2, $3, ?4, $5, $6.
Made by such makers
as Crofut-Knapp and
Loading Clothiers .
Tho Toggery 167 Coml Kfc
.v-ifo, Key den Terry and wife, Joe Terry
.ind wife, Theodore Fischer and wii'o,
Andrew Fischer and wife, Bert Terry
and wife, John T. Hoblitt and wife,
Mrs. Funny Terry, Misses Houor Terry
nnd lne Fischer, Phillip Fischer,
Ward, Harold, Olenn and Karl Terry,
Seward Hoblitt, Krick Fischer and L'l
H. K. Hodges, former editor of tho
Silverton Appeal, hits sold his property
on Liberty hill to Johnny Riches and
moved his family to Veneta, Oregon,
w here he has charge of the local papor
which ho purchased recently. The best
wishes from a host of .friends in Sil
verlon will follow them to their new
In black and Oxford
grey serge and silk
$20.00 to $25.00
Full length black Coats
one-quarter silk lined
$20.00 and $30.00
Full length and rubber