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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY. OCT. 29. 1915.
OUTING FLANNEL. SPECIAL
12V2C Quality 9'2c
9c Quality 7c
Our Special Line of
GREY OUTING FLANNEL
12'2c Quality 7c
One cent per word each inser
tion. Copy for advertisements un
der this heading should be in by
2 p. m. ,
rHONE MAIN 81.
PHONE 937 For wood saw. tf
FIR WOOD $3.50 per
FOR RENT Modern house, 1343 Court
SKCOND GROWTH FIR $3.50, de
livered. Phoae 311. Novl
FOR SALE 3 cows and one Jersey
bull. Phone 29F12, after 7 p. m. ti
FOR SALE Ono horse wagon, $23 if
fa If cm nnnn. M. i Bliveu, Route
FOB RENT Five room modern house,
eloso in. $12.00 Inquire 116 Marion
YOUNG LADY wa"t3 position as
atonographcr or typewriter. 5-B i care
FOR SALE A square llallot & Davis
mano. excellent lone, a "
ASH WOOD Firsjt flass
wood. H-30 per cord,
EXPERIENCED restaurant handwnnte
mrk John Dclolf. 103 a
WANTED 50 sheep to keep on shares,
good pasture. J. R. Wntson, Salem,
Route 2. 0cUtf
HOUSEKEEPER For county, pleas
ant: nlace. eht worn. AUitress iw
171, Turner, Oregon.
.rOK RENT Furnished house. all mod
ern conveniences, close in, 250 S. Cot
tage or phqe.e 773 K. OcU0
TOR RENT Five room modern cot
tage. You real estate oont, get busy
and send tho right party and pick up
a dollar. See, A. J. Hasey, "91 f.
. Capital stroot , UcUJ
WANTED Anv kind of steady work,
with a chance to make good, by a
Salem boy who has been away since
finishing high school. J. S., care of
CrLlT BODY OAK wood, :5
eorrl; grub oak $5.00, $3.50 ssn .50.
Reeonl growth fir, $3.50. Paone
1954, during business, hours. J.
FOR 8AI.E 6 Shorthorn heifers, age
5 to IS months, one bull calf read)
for light service and one weeks obi,
price reasonable. A. Doerfler Sil
verton, Oregon. UclJU
IXm BALE Best paying well esteb
i;.k..i ..n huainnM in Snlem, elcar-
i.g from 100.(JO to 1123.00 monthly.
III ncaltn cause or evmua.
SI R- esre of Journal.
MOXET TO LOA! On Improrsd, jj
. t junt aiuinal interest.1 a
I am repmeoting the '""''"ii It
IVrKMit A Mortgage Co. of Portland, II
Oregoi. Quick delivery af "" U
Writ. m. ot eat. at Marion Hotel, f.
9 i OniaM AsiffA. vl
This is one of our large
and especially good lines
of merchandise. The fact
that this Underwear is
guaranteed, and is splen
didly made nearly every
garment being the match
less fine spring needle
work. The prices az-e Ex
, WAYNE KNIT
We are Salem agents for
The 10 co Discount on
Dress Goods will hold
good through this week
and part of the next.
A LINE OF BOYS'
33 1-3 LESS
These are exception
ally good values.
Men' a Clothing,
Broken Lines for
7.50, $8.50, $9.00,
$10.00 and $12.00
The regular prices
of these Suits are
$15, $20 and $25
OAK WOOD $4.50, fir limbs, $3.25; SUITS CLEANED And pressed, $1.00.
per cord. Phone 2249. Oct30 Pressed, .ioc. Phone 500. NovlO
MONEY TO LOAN On good farm se- WANTED-Man to milk cows, German
cunty. ,44 N. Commercial. Novl 1rcfcm,. ., Urm Overside
WANTED House work or other work drive. Phone 4SK2. OetHO
by two young ladies. Phono 1503.
(K.,110 WILL TRADE For city or country
i , property near Salem, HO acres on Sal-
LOST Aluminum oil pan from auto. mon river. Phono 337. Novl
Reward. Notify Capital Garage, Sa-
. t''t30 MODERN WELL FURNISHED 3 room
WANTED - Permanent roomer for ??'r'nv,,,", SJ:
winter student prefered. 147 Union liberty street. 1 hone MoM. Novl
FOR 8ALE Two fresh
room house for rent.
f mercial street.
cows nnd 7
771 N. Coin
Novl BLOODE CHICKENS Fur sale. 25
to 50 cents. Anconas, Andulnsians,
White Lejhorns. Henry Hill. Town
send Creamery at 9 a. m. Novl
Concert Starts at 8:30
f" 1 , . , r . .
f -' , ' V !
"Elizabeth's Entrance" Wagner
"Niemand Hat's Gesehen" Ix)we
"Mausfallen Spruchlein" Hugo Wolf
"Arabesque" in "G" Debussy
MISS CONSTANCE PIPER
"Aria from opera "Louise" ........ Charpentier
"J'ai Pleure en Reve" Jeanne Jomelli
"Chere nuit" Bachelet
"Etude," 3 sharps minor Chopin
"Impromptu", in "A" flat Chopin
MISS CONSTANCE PIPER
"If You Would Love Me"
Stmm turn mm mn
UEANS 10 pounds for 50 cents;
pounds second grado for 50 cent.
Saturday morning at Public Market,
Liberty and Ferry street. Oct29
FOR RENT 10 acres of land, small
bungalow, barn, chicken bouse, hog
pens, garden 1 14 miles west of steel
bridge. Enquire Tel. 47F12. Nov2
Mme. Jeanne Jomelli
I J ,
The best fit
ting and most
set in America.
$3.00. Bon Tons
ues to $2, now 98c
We Have an Ex
pert Fitter She
Has Been Giving
By special arrangement we can
announce that the portrait offer will
be good till November i:th. As this
is Artist Gunn's last -trip to Salem.
Those wishing to obtain a $3.00 por
trait for 98c had better take advan
tage of this last chance. Get a cou
pon with each $1.00 purchase.
TRY SALEM FIRST
malmm eomiftmeiAL civu
Captain Flcgcl, of W. XX., who leads his
I team against V of O. tomorrow.
i With the liiircrest. 01111m of thi venr
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M only a iluy a ay the illauu-tte team
is cleared for action and In fine trim
I for the bftttle. Oregon on the other
EJ hand is eipmlly well prepared, l'inch
fJ.Hezdek h" worked his team hard all
week anil says that when Orcgiiu comes
to Kalem to piny Willamette tomorrow
there will be no repetition of the
score of two years ago when Oregon
r , .
Charlotte Wallur appearing in "Out of
the Darkness," at th Orsnd Theatre,
tomorrow and Batarday.
Half a Million For
the Alaskan Coast
Washington, CM 2ft. .Yearly 1OO,0O0
will be spent on lif saving stations
and lighthouse for the Alasknii roast
if plans of Light Hons r'oiniiiissionri
Oeorge 1'utniirn are approved.
His estimiites show that the govern-
:. . . i. ,
I i.imi , vmii.--,,,j hum i,s railway
building in Alaska, will spend mora to
save ships snd lives there thsn on any
other American coast.
Among the larg expenditure listed
are I2M,000 for a light house tender;
a liaM bouse for Caiie
'' r.iii.-, t--'.""u lor i.) or m
small I laihiug light! along the coast
W.ii0 for 25 or more
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Annual Federation of Wo
men's Clubs Closes With
Report On Resolutions
The fifteenth annual meeting of the
Oregon Fcdiiatioj of Woman' clubs
came to an end yesterday afternoon
with the final disposition of the vari
ous resolutions t'nst were worked over
by the resolutions committee. The reg
ular time for the report of the resolu
tions committee was in the forenoon
but this time was given over to the
election of officers and the report of
the resolutions committee was received
later in the afternoon session.
The convention provided that the
sum of L'KO be taken from the anti
tubereulos's fund each month for a
year ami paid to the state anti-tuberculosis
iiospital in Salem. When this
has lieeu paid and the pledges for
I cases in hand are met there will be but
little of the fund that was ruined by
j tiie sale of Red Cross seals last winter.
This fund has in reality boon the bone
of contention for some time. At an
earlies session the clubs decided not to
Iturn the money they had earned over
! to the national society tor the pre
vention of tuberculosis, but to dispose
of it themselves, of course, for tiie pur-
pose for which it had been accunuilat
jod. While the questioners were still
asking who would manage this amount
and siend the money the plan was an
nonneel ami the stipulated sums order
led paid to the state institution.
A resolution providing that only men
who favored suffrage lie elected was
lost. Mrs. Frederick Kggort said of
this: "We should not lie willing to
adopt the methods of Fnglish suffra
gettes and their imitators in this coun
try." Several suggestions advanced by Mrs.
Kvans in her reimrt were favored. A
fund for crippled children will bo stnrt-
eil; the reiteration will no incorporated; i
children with contagious diseases will :
no proruutiel iiom going into politic I
places ami spreading disease, and the
child labor luw will be upheld.
Mrs. Minnie Osboni, of Kugene, fii-
vored making poverty exceptions, but i
Mrs. Irumtiull contended that tlie clnlil i
should not be sacrificed to provido
for the family.
As an interlude, some merriment was!
caused by the resolution protesting 'secretary of state February 11(1, 1013.
against "the senseless and ever chnng i It is a part of the general code which,
ing fashions of women's dress" and'nmong other provisions, sots out the
suggeme.i a unironn siyio or street at-
t i re,
The cigarette habit as a mensce to
tlfe boys of the country got a rap in
another resolution, and the women will
take up with the nttorney-genoral tho
custom of giving coupons with pack
ages of cigarettes.
A memorial to Mrs. Abigail Hcott
Piiniwny, late iionornry president, will
Resolutions along pence lines didn't
get far. One asking that a spec ill I
election be called before a grout war
should bo commenced was laid on the
Laws protecting the waterways and
forests will be supported by the club
women, Mrs. Surah A. Kvans, who closed her
tenth year as president, was urged to
aceopt the otfico of honorary president,
Auto drives to the various stato in
stitutions were iirnin;ed by tho com
mercial i tub, anil a reception wivs given
in Knton hull, with tm WilUimctto
university women as hostesses.
In the receiving party were: Miss
.1 ii I ill Todd, .Mrs. Curl flr-egg- Policy,
Mrs. It. I. Sleeves, Mrs, llichardson
Avisos, Mis. K, T. Humes, Mrs. A. A.
l,oo, Mrs. M. ('. Kindley, Mrs. (1. II.
Alden, ami iissisllug were Mrs. .1. It.
Hull, Mrs, I". W. Chase, Mrs. Abseil,
Mrs. William Kirk, Mrs. I-'lor i:m von
Ki-chi ii. Mrs. ,1. II. I.iiiileniuiii nnd
Mrs. A. N. Monies presided at tlie ta
ble and a bevy of pretty college girls
On Witness Stand Says He Let
Money Just Dribble Through
Seattle, Wash., Oct. !!. .John W.
Considine, noted tlienl rirl miiuugci
nod reputed millionaire, by his sworn
, admission in superior court here today
' is broke flat broke.
i "Worse than that," declared the
. head of the tlrplieum and other theutri
cal syndicHtea, "I urn personally re
sponsible for between ifKUO.OOO and
tfilKI.IMKi, owed by Sullivan and Consl
dine, incorporated, and my private
debt is about .'1(1,1)00.
"When I borrowed money, the other
fellow always made me sign a note, hut
Ii en 1 loaned I took the other fellow's
word that he would pay it back. I nev
er kept any account of how much I
loaned but it went, here, there and ev
erywhere in litjle digs and dubs, any
where from !( to t-M at a time."
CoriMiline was being examined as, to
his ability to satisfy a t'i'il'.O judgment
obtained on sn over dn note.
lie told Judge A. W.,Krater that hi
had tried every menus to raise money,
hut oh i fig to the chaotic Imsim-sH condi
lions could not Isy lis mis on a dol
" How about all your diamonds! " ill
ouircd Attorney (leorge II. Hum mi in.
examining t)lm. "I suppose you also
have parted with them!"
" Ys, months ago," replied Consi
dine. "They brought but a drop in the
bucket , "and the money was spent long
ago. They wrre of so little Importance
1 don't even remember th date when
Delinquent Tax Lists and Cer
tificates of Delinquency
Tho state tux commission, in re
sonse to numerous inquiries from sher
iffs and tnx collectors and tax payers,
has issued full instructions to these
parties in a circular letter treating of
delinquent lists and tho issuance of
certificates of delinquency- for 'unpaid
taxes of the year 1914,
The letter follows:
Section ".tiSKI, Lord's Oregon Laws,
as amended by Section 27 of Chapter
14, I-aYS of 1913, provides in part:
''Aay day after the expiration of
one month after tho taxes charged
against real property are delinquent
the sheriff shall have the riglit, and
it shall be his duty, upon demand and
payment of the taxes, penalty nnd in
torost, to make out uiid issue a cer
tificate or certificates of delinquency
ngninst such property, ."
Section :Hi9S, Lord's Oregon Iaws.
as amended by Section 30 of Chnptei
IS4, Laws of 1913, provide in part:
"After the expiration of four month
from the date of delinquency, when nny
property remains on tin tax rolls for
which no certificate of dclemniency
lias boon issued, the sheriff shall pro
which no certificate of delinquent1
on said property to the county, mm
shall file said certificates when com
pleted with the county clerk."
Tho intention to establish a period
of three months during which appli
cants for certificates of delinquency
may obtain tho ume, before they can
be issued to the county, is evident.
Section 1 of Chapter 301, haws of
1913, provides in part:
"Four months alter the date wjen
taxes charged against reul property arc
delinquent, the tux collector shall cause
to be published once each week for four
sucecsive weeks in the newspaper or
newspapers, selected by- the county
iniluish county court pro-
a notice suiting a
of the several parcels of
real property upon which taxeB aro do
linquent, the amount of taxes and the
name of the owner, if shown upon tint
tax roll, ami a statement that six
months after such taxes aro delinquent
a tax certificate of delinquency will
issuo therein, as provided by law."
Huid Chapter 1K1 was filed with the
procedure tor the issuance of eertiri
cates of delinquency and collection of
delinquent taxes, but does, not provide
for publication of notice of delinquen
cy. Said Chapter 301 , which was filed
with the secretary of stnto l'Vbruary
27, ll'ld, supplements the general tax
rode with the requirement Unit such
notice shall be published for a definite
M-riod and, further, I hut the notice it
self shall contain a statement to the
effect thiit certificates of delinquency
will not be issued until six months al
ter the taxes became delinquent.
Following the well settled rule of
construction t hut the later act slyill be
Ink on to corrccty set forth tho Icgisit
live intent, wo are of tho opinion I Mi t
Hoctlona 27 und 30 of Chapter 1st
Law of 11)13, have been impliedly re-
(pealed by Section I of Chapter 301,
lws of I II 1.1, in so fur ns relulcs to
the time when certificates of delin
quency limy ho issued. I'ublicatioii ol
notice being required by statute, cer
tificate of delinquency cniiuot properly
be issued in the nlisenco of or prior to
In view of toe foregoing statement,
the following instructions are issue 1
to tho tax collectors of the seveiul
1. The final date of dcllmiiii'itcv ol'
unpaid tuxes charged on the tax rolls
of 1IHI was Otuncr I, HH.'i.
2. Four months alter said dale, oi -i
February I, l!IKi, publiculjun nf thei
delinquent tax list should begin and'
continue oik cm h week lor four sue
eessive weeks, in tho iiiiinner provided
by kiw. (While it is true lluit cerium j
taxes hociiinu delinquent on September ;
I, HH-'i, much confusion will be avoided, '
without injury to any taxpayer, by in
cluding all the delinquent taxes of the
year in one ulilii atioii.)
3. Cerliticates of delinquency for'
tuxes cimrgcd on the 101 1 rolls should ;
not be isftiifd to applicants unlii.utj
least six months from tho date of do-1
linqiieiiey anil, in any event, not until
nil h I nil t : o ri Ims been made ns required
by said Soctio.i I of hapler 3o, Ijiws
of 10 13.
4. Certificates of delinquency for
11)14 taxes should not bn issued to the
county heforo nine months from the
ditn of delinqiicncy, thus retaining tho
ieriod of three months for issuance to
iniiiviiiuui nppiicanis, a intciiiteil tiy
law. " ;
I sold thorn."
"Have you tiny in hnckf" asked the
"No," replied Considine, "I sold
them outright. 1 never hocked any
thing. " '
. of 0. Will Play
1 California Team
I.o Angeles, Cal., Oct. 2ft. Manager
Warren Itovnrd of the University of
Southern California today received n
telegram from Manager A. It. Tiffany'
of the University of Oregon, closing the
denl for a raroo helwei-n the two uni-
Always Watch This
FOR THE WOODSMAN
We have alliinds of Axes, Slcdi;cs, Wedges, Haws snd Eqiiirmeut
for the woods.
Air kinds of Cor rugs tiH Iron for both Roofs and Hiiildirg4.
A gocd SO0.0O Laundry Mangel, slightly used for ono fourth r.rleiiial
115 AND 120 NEW OVERCOAT3 AT W.OO.
J f ay 1 14 cents pr lb. for old rns.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
The House of Half a Million Bargains.
302 North Commercial Street. I'hon SOU.
some morning, don't be
We've a splendid
stock of Warm Under
wear and at very reas
Union Suits are very .
popular and we have
them from $1 to $5.
The two-piece suits
range in price from
50e to $2.50 per gar
ment. Sizes for every
The Toggery 167 Coral St.
JESSE L. LA SKY
Frcsonta Broadway's Most
In an original photoplay of
stirring dramatic episode and
Thrilling Narrative by
HECTOR TUENBULL, entitled
"OUT OF DARKNESS"
A pholo nielo-drama with great
sociological purposes and In
tent, pictured with all the art
of the I.usky Studios.
S. & C. VAUDEVILLE
Sis Acta, together with two
reels of moving pictures,
versities footbull teams hero November
8 ono week from tomorrow,
The Southern California-Oregon dnh
will undoubtedly prove one of the big
gest gridiron events ever staged in thin
end of tho slute. Dopesters figure the
long trip will take some pep out of the
Oregmiiiiiis, but leave them enough to
give the Trojans the fight of their lives.
I'. S. C. indulged in light practice to
day, Tomorrow the Trojans rest ami
go to the Wlilttier-Occidentiil game. On
Monday Coach tllna-o will start practice
for the big nffnir, going strong on
open plays and tho forward pass.
Oregon will probably urrive hern
Thursday or Friday of next week, so
the invader will have a chance to get
TODAY AND TOMORROW i
"The Hoosier School Master"
lly Kdward Kggleston in 5 parts.
Showing l'resid.it Wilson at
tending the. world's scries.
l'reiii-h Cannon Shells selling
fire to houses
President' fiancee nceoiupany
ing him to New VorU.
Always the Best
Aiuictts Kcllerotan In Neptune's
t ym4")ffr'rwt"rir.y 'j.