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THE DILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, THURSDAY. OCT. 14, 1915.
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The bright sunshiny weather like we have been having this Fall or blustery
wintery weather, Snappy Smart Clothing, Durable, well Tailored, . the kind that
makes you proud that you bought them, and that we are proud to carry them.
Style, splendid fabrics, satisfactory wear and MODEST PRICES; .go .hand in
hand at this exclusive Men's Clothing Shop.
Men's Suits Made
$15 to $35
Fit and Satisfacture
Z One cent per word eck tnier- j
Copy for drertUemeBt 4
X der thia heading should b in by J
t p. m. ... 2
JHONB MATS K. 1
HATiRY Window clcaocr. Phone
FIR WOOD $3.50 per cord. Phone
.WANTED To buy fresh cow. Phono
2347 W. OctH
i'lTVWr: LEGHORN PULLETS For
Bu?e. Phone 30F13. Octl3
TIRST CLASS SERVICE At Fred's
night lunch. No jitney. OctlG
SECOND HAND MCYCLE For sale,
cheap. 254 S. Liberty. Octl6
FOR SALE 3 cows and one Jersey
bull. Phono 20F12, after 7 p. m. tf
FOR SALE Sturgis folding cart, good
- condition. Phone Main 1050. Oct It
FOR EXC11ANOE Uood single buggy
to trade for voting chickens. Phone
49F.J. " Octl6
FOR SALE Vonng Berkshire boar,
White Leghorn cockrells. II. A. Clark,
BALDWIN and Spit7enbcrg apple de
livered for 50c per bushel. Mrs. Os
car Mover. Phone o4K21.
FOR RENT To responsible tenant, at
reasonable rate, seven-room house,
.partly furnished. Thone StiHJ. OctH
BOOKKEEPER Wants position; ex
perienced, roferonces furnished, low
wages to start with. Address A. 11.,
MONEY TO LOAN 1,000 up to 10,
000, on Improved farms. Taos. A.
Roberts. 09 V. S. National Bank
Bldg., Salcra, Oregon Oct.lii
BPLIT BODY OAK wood.' 4.50 per!
cord; grub oak .r.00, 5.S0; ash 1.50.!
Second growth fir, $3.50. Phone
1954, during business hours. J. H.j
BOOMS FOR RENT Two pleasant!
rooms, modorn in every respecet, 4
blocks north of state bouse, 1-2 block j
from carline, terms to suit. 840
Union street tf
WANTED $ 1 200.00 at 8 per cent in-1
terest, on resMeuee property in Ha-;
lm, conservatively worth $3000. Car-;
rying insurance of $2,.100. If inter-1
Meted call on Ooo. B. Jacob Co., room
S, Payne Bldg. Phone 2424. tf,
HONEY TO LOAJt On improved
farms at 7 per cent anlnual interest:
J am representing the Commerco Safs
Deposit ft Mortgage Co. of Portland,!
Oregon. Quick delivery of money.
Write me or call at Marion Hotel.
J. 'Berger, Salem, Oregon. V .
100 ACRE FARM Well located and!
fully eiuiiped with horses, nil stock!
ad machinery, to exchange for city
income property or good cheap land,
that will make a stock ranch. !20
acre stock ranch locativl in Grant
county, Washington, S miles from the
eonnty seat, l' mites Snap lake,
waat Improved city property or well
J vr WMl cut iui in tx'-tikiikv J."
ranch. Price $20 per arro. Jfe'h
' Dtrber, AOS Hubbard Dldg. OctlSl
The Mens' Clothing Department
Is Filled With Clothingfor
All Sorts of. Weather
a Hi' i i II i H mm m ' I ii iMi I mK "vt-75rv
WILL TRADE Cattle for stock hoe, i
also have corn to soil. Phone 7K11. 1
SHIRTS Cut and made to order. Sat- I
isfnction guaranteed. 1SU N. 23rd !
street. Octl6 ,
FOR RENT Furniture for five rooms,
complete, first cIbbs, reasonable.
Phone JUS7. , , OctlS
19)4 FIVE PASSENGER FORD First
class condition, $300 cash. Address
P. F., care of Journal. Oct 10
LOST Man's watch with sold fob, on
Ferry street. Return to Journal of
fice. Reward. o.00. Oct 10
FIVE ROOM APARTMENT For rent.
Furnished iflo, unfurnished $12, 3!i9
Mission, Phone 1737 W. Oct 1(1
LOST Pair of gold rimmed glasses, be
tween 21st South and 19th street.
Leave at this office and receive re
BOOKKEEPER Wants position;- ex
perienced, references furnished: low
wages to start with. Address A. P.,
care Journal. Octl5
A (iOOD STOCK of merchandise for
sale or trade for clear Salem town
property. 4011 Hubbard Hlilg. Phone
1U44. Laflur k Kulingcr. tf
FOR SALE 1H acres of good land, 8
miles from Salem, tfio.fHl per acre for
cash, 16 acres in cultivation. J. II.
Eaton, Phono 1 11.14,. Salem, Route 2.
Oc t Iff
TAFIA Tho imported Percli'cron stnl
lion weighing 1910 pounds, will bei
sold Snturiluy at tiie commercial!
club's public auction, corner Liberty!
and Trade street, Salem. OetlS
50 ACRES FOR SALE At horgain. A
splendid home, 3 miles from Salem,
running water, good buildings, ma
chinery, stock, grain, etc., goes with
place. Small payment down, balance,
terms. Owner changing business and
must sell. Addrens AIM, care Journal.
This Coupon flood for Reduced
Whose exhibit of Marie Antoin
ette Facial Preparations attract
mA in much attention at the
But Fair, WILL BE IN BALEM
with her assistant, watcn tnis
paper for announcement of date
Madam Schwartz will be pre
pared to give demonstrations at
a reduced nrice of 71 cents in
order to introduce further to
Salem tho excellence of her
methods ami the Marie Antoin
ette Prcarati(iis for cleansing,
preserving anil care of the skin.
X. P. To be entitled to the re
duced price cut out this adver
tisement and niail to MME.
334 14th 8t, Portland, Oregon.
RUSSIANS GET READY.
Paris, Oct. 14. Huclisrest reports to
day that lluninns are concentrating at
Odessa strengthened the belief of
those who think tliat the czar plana t
land forces on the Bulgarian cowt.
- a CBlfTONTyf,WIHES
V. "j V
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The popular comedian who will havo
the principal role in the laughing
success, "A Pair of Sixes," which
comes to the (irand Opera House on
Monday, Oct. lHth.
Lien On Unsold Lands
Increased By Portland
The desert laud board yesterday af
ternoon granted the request of tine
Portland Irrigation company to increase
the lien on the unsold land in the
Paisley project from $10 an acre to
$08, and extended the company's con
tract with the state tor the completion
of the project until September 11, 1017.
In consideration of this, the company
will be roquired to increase the size of
its reservoir, by milling to the height
j of tiie dam under construction.
! There are 12,im0 acres in the Paisley
'project of which 7,(l"i4 arc unsold. The
i company will not be permitted to sell
Anymore of tho land until the water
! rights are adjudicated.
I Not To Yisit Coast
Philadelphia, Oct. 14. The Phillies
and l&wl Sox will r.ot go to Han Fran
cisco to play a series of seven games,
! Manager McRny of the national com
mission announced this afternoon. The
j Phillies rejected the proosition when
I informed by the exioition manage,
merit that tho hitter did not guarantee
(the iilayers I .",! as requested. Mc
j Roy's announcement followed a con
versation over the long distance tele
phone with Lanuin in which the Red
Six owner stated his tonui bad taken
Among those who returned yesterday
from the meeting of the grand lodge of
the Knights of Pythias for the state of
Oregon, held at Portland were Frank
l. Wnghttnan, past Krsnd ehsnrellor;
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Si-hi-lberg, Mr. and1
Mrs. W. H. Oilson, J. C. Perry, J. A.I
Kadcliff, Claud Hsrrwk, H. H. Snyder
and H. A. Johnson, mipreme auditor.!
The returning member reKrt tho meet- j
iiig as one uf the moat important ever
Minister pf Agriculture
of British Columbia to
, Speak at Anaory
"Duncan Marshall is the best man I
ever heard oa an agricultural talk. I
hoard him sometime ago address the
Chamber of Commei-.'e of Portland and
after h once pot under headway, he
held the- close attention of all for two
hours. He is not only an interesting
talker, but his suggestions are practical.
He talks good common sense instead ol
This opinion as expressed by C. P.
Bishop, of Mj. Mnrshjall, is of special
interest, aa this sneaker will deliver
as address Saturday afternoon at 3:00
o'clock in the armory, immediately fol
lowing the auction sale at the Waring
birn on Liberty stieet. Tho speaker
is minister of agriculture for the prov
ince of Alberta and will be in this part
of the Btate to deliver an address at
Corvallis next Monduv. Those in
charge of the market regard themselves
aa exceedingly fortunate in securing a
man of Mr. Marshall's prominence for
tho opening niarRet day.
Bi? Fellows Fighting
Against Income Tax
Washington, Oct. 14. Battle Hues
were drawn today in a decisive strug
gle over the nation's infant income
tax law. Attorneys argued in the su
preme court five cases involving con
stitutionality of this statute.
Eighty-two million dollars of the
country's revenue depend upon the de
cision of these cases, and even more
would be involved if congress decided
to increase the tax.
The special point of attack was the
question of the present regulation
whereby incomes below t3,0(H a year
are exempted. The appellants charged
that thiB constitutes discrimination by
classifying taxpayers on the basiB of
Solicitor General Davis, for the gov
ernment, argued that congress clearly
intended to touch lightly the classes
with small income, and bear more
heavily on large incomes.
"When the government raises money
by taxes," he said, "it should not bear
down oppressively and unjustly on any
one class. Income taxation tends to
shift the burden upward."
AT STOMACH MISERY
Daniel J. Fry Will Return the Money
If Mi-o na Docs Not Relieve
Among all the remedies in Daniel J.
Fry's popular drug store, there are few
that he is willing to sell on a guarantee
to refund the money if they do not
1V11-U-UU, IUU IUIMUUB U"!" PLU I CIIICU
has holpod so many of bis customers
that Daniel J, Fry says, "If this
remedy does not relieve you, come back
to my store and 1 will cheerfully re
turn your money."
. Anyone whoas dyspepsia, indiges
tion, headaches,, dizzy feuliugs or liver
troubles, should take advantage of this
chance to be made well without any
risk of spending thoir money to no pur
pose. Mi-o-na will relieve you, will
regulate the digestion, will euablo you
to eat whnt you want. If it does not
do all this it will not cost you a cent
Daniel J. Fry has sold hundreds of
boxes of Mi-o-na in the last few weeks
and lias yet to rccoive tho first com
plaint from any customer. Such a
record is simply marvelous and speaks
volumes for the merit of tho remedy.
It is easy enough to fill a column
with tho symptoms afflicting thoso who
have dysicpsia, but there is no need
of describing their condition. What
they want is relief and they can get
it in Mi-o-na. . Do not suffer a iiay
longer with disordered digestion. If
Mi-o-na relieves you it costs you 60
cents a box, if it does not, you bnvo
Daniel J. Fry's personal guarantee "to
return your money.
held with a larger attendance than in
any past year. Nut only the state grand
lodge will meet in Portland for 1010,
but the supreme lodge of the United
States will meet in l'ortlund tit the
n mo time. This is tho first time in the
history of the supreme grand lodge that
arrangements have been made for its
meeting west of the Rocky mountnins.
Florence La Badie and
Supported by a Company of Stars
Including Julia Blanc, Alphonse
Kthier and Reginald Harlow
The Oreat ThAiihouser Feature
A Play of tiie Paris Underworld
with a Strong Undercurrent of
Love and Mystery, by F.MILK
(lAIM)l(IAU, tho Famous Nov
elist. Surpassingly staged and
splendidly acted. Four acts of
thrill, siiKpense and sentiment.
Today, Tomorrow and
Remember, Three Days Only
Paths Weekly News, showing
the Latest World's Events
11 GIVE $100,000
TO ROADS IN STATE
Will Improve Road From
Bend to Crater Lake By
Using Lava Cinders
The highway commission following
conference with the representatives ot
the various counties, met yesterday af
ternoon and decided to allot $!)0,oi0 to
Wasco county for tho completion of the
link in' the Columbia highway from
Hood River to Mosier, a distance of
about eight miles, llnlf of the amount
will be given from next year's fund
and the remniuing half in HM7. The!
money is made contingent upon Wasco
county appropriating at least an equal
amount tor road construction.
Assurances were given by Wasco :
county representatives that tiiey would!
immediately pluce the question of the I
comity's voting bonds in the sum of
$2(12,000 before the people. Mayor
Johusun, of I u fur, and others assured
the commission that they had no doubt!
but that the proposed bond issue would
The commission ulso voted to appre
ciate $10,000 from the highway fund
tor the building of a rond from Bend
to Crater lake. This money also is
undo contingent upon Crook county ap
propriating an equal sum. The con
struction of this road will bo in the
nature of nil experiment in the use of
lnvn cinders, which are said to abound
in this sectiun. If tho cinder road
proves a success Crook county plans to;
Innlil other roads with tho same ma
terial. The highway commission uow has)
pledged out (if the $2;i:i,()00 in next I
year's road fund, $107,000. Columbia;
county is promised -:!(), 000; Jackson,
$1.1,000, due it under the law; ud 1
Washington couutv, $7,000 for the Hex !
Tigardvillo road, and then $25,000 is
allotted for expenses of tho highway
department l rook county gets $10,000
and Wasco, $4"),000 from next year's
A part of the bridgu department fol
lows: The matter of reconstructing the Sa
lem bridge is now under consideration
by the county courts involved and it is
proposed to liold a joint meeting with
reterence to the matter tho latter part
of ti.e week.
In an ettort to further consistent and
economical design a standard specifi
cation has been prepared for tne de
sign or ordinary highway bridges set
ting forth the loadings nud other mut
ters to be considered in thu design of
such structures. This will not only
prove of value to the various county of
ficials but will, it is hoped, affect a
marked improvement ill future bridge
construction throughout the statu and
impress upon county officials and oth
ers the necessity of competent design
in order to secure an intelligent and sat
isfactory expenditure, of public funds
appropriated for bridgo construction.
Paving and redress specifications arc
being prepared lor various types of im
provement and will be submitted for
your approval at an early date. 1 have
also prewired a bulletin for your con
sideration setting forth tho actual func
tions of the highway commission and
other matters in an el fort to develop
proper public opinion and to promote
co-operation with thu public, mid offi
cials of the various counties in all mut
ters pertiiiuing to thu higliwuy develop
ment throughout tiie state. The writer
lins given the preparation of the bulle
tin mentioned considerable thouglit and
is convinced that the publication of the
same will result in greater co-operation
with its attendant benefits and devel
op the fact That economic features must
be given intelligent consideration in
order to insure selection of the most
ccoi.omicul type of mproveiueiit,
ART DEPARTMENT DIVISION
Printing and Engraving
Kngraving on stone, 1st, Leonard I..
Kngniviiig on wood, 1st, Leonard I.,
Kngraving on metal, 1st, I.eonurd
Blgn Painting and Penmanship
Sign painting, 1st, Henry l.ee, Salom,
2nd. Dnvid N. Anderson. TiuiLrciit I
Photographic Portraits and
(Iroup of 0 portraits, 1st, Saniuc
Landscape or murine, 1st, A. I
Thomas, Newport. j
Rest collection nf landscapes and I
marines, 1st, A. L. Thomas, Newport.
Amateur Photography 1
I'hotiigrapliic views, landscapes, cnl-j
lection to consist of not more than 21,
1st, .1. R. Wharton, Kosehurg; 2nd, (I.
M. Davidson, (ireslinm.
Port raits or genre, best collection of
not more than 24, 1st, Clins. It. Hun
dull, Sulem; Fred Pniiliis, Salem.
Conflict print, 1st, O. A. Nelson,
Centrnlin; 2nd, Robt. C. Paulus, Su
Portrait from life, 1st, Mrs. M. F. i
Wood, Portland; 2nd, Ruth Ilnliaiinoii, !
Figure study life, 1st, Delia O. Hush
m il, ItermiHton; 2nd, Mrs, M. F. i
Wood, Portland. i
Landscape origimil composition, Int.
Clyde Leon Keller, Portland; 2nd, C. ,
J. Fulton, Lugene,
Liinili'ii' sketch from nature, lt,
Henry I'e, Salem; 2nd, It. Monroe
(iiloert, Snlem. ;
Murine original composition, 1st, C.
J. Fulton, Kugene; 2nd, Clyde Leon
Murine sketch from nature, 1st, l
Monroe (Jilbert, Salem; 2nd, Margaret
Landscape or marine sketched from i
two or more, 1st, Clyde Leon Keller,
Portland; 2nd, Lli.abeth Sargent Slier-!
Animal study from life, 1st, Mis;i
(iracc L. Hunt, Portland; 2nd, Clyde;
leon Keller, Portland. j
Flowers from lintuie, 1st, P. Mir.une, I
l'ortlund; 2nd, (icorgiu. L'. Hullivati,
Fruit from nature, 1st, Margaret
Gill, Salemj 2nd, Mrs. M. N. Chap
Still life original composition, 1st,
Margaret Oill SaU-ra; 2nd, Delia O.
Water Color Painting
Portraita from life, 1st, Margaret !
Oill, Salem; !nd, Harry A. Mills, Sa- j
Figure study from life, 1st. Edith i
Morgan. Milwaukee; !nd, Margaret
Landscape original composition, 1st,
Miss Jamie Stewart, Portland; 2nd.
Miss Francis M. Penn. Salem.
Flowers from nature, 1st, Miss Ja-j
mie Stewart, Portlsnd; 2nd, Margaret
Fruit from nature, 1st, Miss Jamie I
Stewart. Portland; 2nd, Mrs. Ray F. I
Still life, 1st, Margaret Gill, Salem.
Marine original composition, 1st.
Jennie Owinga Webb, Seaside; 2nd,'
Kdith M. Morgan, Milwaukee.
Special miunture, 1st, Allen Katon,
Portrait from life, 1st, Miss Edith I
F. Jones. Portland; 2nd, Harry A.j
Life study, 1st, Mrs. M. F. Wood,'
Portland; 2nd, Kdith Morgan, Mil
Flowers from nature, 1st, Margaret
Gill, Snlem; 2nd, Mrs. liny F. Alber.
Landscape front nature. 1st, Msr
garet Gill, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. Corn
Marine from nature, 1st, Mnrgnrot
Gill, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. Cora Heady.
Work in Monochrome
Figure full length life, Tst, R. Mon
roe Gilbert, Snlem; 2nd, Clyde Leon
Head from life,' 1st, Miss Kdith F.
.Tones, Portland; 2nd, Renska Swart, of
Charcoal sketch from nature or life,
1st, Kdith Moorgan, Milwaukee; 2nd,
Mrs. Grace L. Hunt, Portland.
Pencil sketch from nature or life.
1st, Miss Kdith Jones, Portland; 2nd,
Margaret Gill, Snlem.
Pen and inkMlrnwing from nature
or life, 1st, It, Monroe Gilbert; 2nd,
Kthel Williamson, Hickox.
Amateur Under 16 Years of Age
T.andscnie or marine, 1st. .Mabel
Clare West, Sulem; 2nd, Mildred Gill,
Life study, 1st, Miss Francis M.
Penn, Salem; 2nd, Hum Humes, Salem.
Still life study, 1st,. I.inireu Nelson,
Tapestry painting, original design,
1st, Mrs. M. F. Wood, Portland.
Rook cover, original design, 1st,
Miss Nell V. Rerry, Lulherville, Md.;
2nd. Mrs. M. H. Douglas, Kngeue,
Magazine cover, original design, 1st,
Mrs. M. F. Wood, Portland; 2nd, Sn
phus Lang, Junction City.
Leather tooled, 1st, Mrs. M. H.
Douglas, Kugene; 2nd, Allen Katon,
i 'lay modelini;, 1st. Edith Morgan,
Milwuukee; 2nd, J. TJVederick Tliionc,
Tottery, hnnd made, 1st, Allen Katon,
Kugene; 2nd, Edith Morgnn, Milwau
kee. Poster, original in Color, 1st, Chisel
Cnrtoon, 1st. Geo. W. Phelps, Port
land; 2nd, SupliuN Lung, Mcdl'nrd.
Hammered bruss collection, 1st, !,
N. Littleton, Portland; 2nd, Geo. W.
Carved wood, 1st, R. Monroe Gil
bert, Sulem; 2nd, Fred Itonopnrte, Su
lem. Three Specials
Life character, Mrs. M, F. Wood,
Special Cairio jar, Sadie M, Sorriel,
Pyrographv, Clivc M. Saiy, Portland.
Special collection tooled leather, 1st,
Mrs. M. II. Douglas, Kugene
China Fainting (Professional)
Largest and best collection Clilnn
painting, 1st, Margui-ct Gill, Sulem;
2nd, Miss Kdnn Josse, Salem
Host collection, conventional, 1st,
Altn Jones, Salem; 2nd, Nancy Skaife,
One half dozen tdutes, 1st, llessie
Oill, Snlem; 2nd, Mrs, G. G. Shirley,
Rest si'cimen conventional design,
1st, Altu Jones, Sulem; 2nd, Nancy
Best specimen semi-conventional de
sign, 1st, Margaret Gill, Helom; 2nd,
Mrs. K. M. Davis, Portland,
Best specimen naturalistic, 1st, Mar
garet Gill, Sulem; 2nd, Alta Jones, Sa-
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
As shown for two weeks at the Ileilijr in Portland
The First Genuine and Official
Described in every detail by
Dr. Fred Topken, Traveler.
Taken by German photographers, who risked their
lives to record the actual happenings of the minute
amid death dealing shot and shell, and by permission
of the German general staff. Approved by His
Majesty, Kaiser Wilhelm II.
is our greatest asset.
There's, real fun in
that makes come-back
We are loyal to such
makers as the Crofut
Knapp Co., who have
made good hats for
over half a century,
just because such hats
make come-back cus
tomers. Stetson hats the same
So, when some obscure
maker comes along
with an offer of "just
as good and a few cents
lower in price, we say
"No, thank you, can't
take the chance; have
too many come-back
New fall hats at
$2, $3, $4, $5, $6.
The Toggery 107 Com' St.
Monday, Oct. 18
MAIL ORDERS NOW
Best specimen flat eiiamel, 1st, Mar
garet Gill, Sulem.
kmiiinniinniri inrimtoiii Mm .i tm I m 4
With OSCAR FIQMAN and
N. Y. Cast.
Trices 50c, 75c, 11.00, $1.50
Hcatg on sale Saturday,