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ITIONE MAIN 81.
PHONE 937 For wood saw. tf
CABBAGE FOR BALK Phono
FIR WOOD $3.50 per cord. Phone
FARM FOR HKNT-
FOR SALE RRngo stove almost new.
Phone 42-F-4. Nov 3
GKN tilt ALi I10U8KWORK WANTED.
Phono 1024M. Nov8
DRESSMAKING By day or taken in.
Phuno 2174,1. Npvlfi
FOR SALti Good young loam, woight
2800. Cull 05F4. . NovO
CHOICE GOAT MEAT 3c per pound.
855 N. Comi. I'noiie 08. tf
FOR SAIjE 3 cows and one Jersey
bull. Phone 29F12, after 7 p. m. tf
ROOM AND HOARD Modern homo.
1135 Shipping street. Phone 1340.
SUITS CLEANED And pressed, $1.00.
Pressed, 50c. Phone 500. NovlO
TWO 7-ROOM HOl'SEH One furnish
ed, for rent. (See G. W. Johnson, tf
LOST Mink fur piece. A1rs. Carl
Tranlio. Piioiie 1250. Reward. Nov5
FOR RENT Good housekeeping rooms.
355 Hellevue street Phono 030-H.
FOR RENT -Furnished housekeeping
room, 818 N. Com '1. Phone 17(iS.
WANTED Work, washing, ironing,
sewing, housework. 733 North From
street. t Nov 3
FOR SALE Good 1400 ikhuuI marc, at
a great bargain. A. W. Meade, route
2, Salem. Nov3
FOR RENT Two houses, elegant loca
tion. Phone 1514. 1195 North Capi
tal Btreet. Nov3
WANTED Good lined second hand roll
top desk. Must be cheap for cash.
Dr. W. A. Cox. tf
FOR SALE A square Hallet & Davis
piano, excellent tone, a bargain.
Phone 741M. Nov8
GOOD COW WANTED Must give ov
er 4 gnllons, testing 5 per cent or bet
ter. Phone 427R. Nov5
(SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE And five
acres inside city limits for rent or
Bale. 1294 South Liberty. Nov 4
FOR SALE Used range, first cuibs
condition, fine baker, includes water
coil, 255 Washington street. Nov4
BOY, 18, WANTS WORK Will work
on farm, milk cows or any kind of
work. 733 North Front street. Nov 3
EEF1NED WIDOW Wants position
as housokceper for refined widower
or bachelor. Call at 143 West Court
WANTED Good reliable work team,
about 1300 pounds. Address A. H.
Robinson, Route 2, Box 54A, Turnor,
Oregon. Phono 11F33. Nov5
FOR SALE Second growth fir for
13.35 big fir $4.25. delivered; also I
surrey almost new, cheap. Phone
54-F-12. Nov 3
A I 'TO FOR HIRE To all points in
Polk county, V. L. Wood, Bayne
building, or phone 700, care Salem
Taxi Co. Nov3
FOR EXCHANGE 43 acres improved
fnrm land, well locaited, for city
property. Square Deal Realty Co.,
304 U.'S. Bank Bldg. Nov4
WANTED 300 yearling Leghorn hens,
or April hatched pullets, White pre
ferred. State number and price. Ad
dress "Leghorn," care Journal. Nov3
FOR SALE Good paying dry goods,
grocery and confectionery business,
store, building nnd two lots, $3,200,
clear of all indebtedness. 35 care
Journal. Nov 9
6PLIT BODY OAK wood, $4.50 per
cord; grub oak $5.00, $5.50; ash $4.50.
Second growth fir, $3.50. Phone
1954, during business hours. J. H.
FURNISHED ROOMS To rent, close
in, desirable place, hot anil cold
water, gas, phone, cheap to right
party. Eor particulmra call at 909
Center street, or phono 2208.1. Nov5
FURNISHED ROOMS To rent, close
in, desirnblo place, hot nnd eold
water, gas, phone, cheap to right
party. For jrcrticulars call at 909
Contor street, or phone 2208. Nov4
WANTED Home o.io to take charge
of my 100 ncro ranch, all fenced, 8
acres in cultivation, house, barn,
Homo tools and bees. A good oppor
tunity for a beninner. Write me.
State qualifications. Do not rail or
phono. Luther Myers, Salem, Ore
gon. Hospital Stntiou. NovlO
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WMz lMms W I DARKEN GRAY HAIR
Beautiful Irish and German
Are banked together in peaceful profusion in our
Linen Department, despite " the confusion their
home countries are in. But the CONFUSION is
making the manufacture of linens a decided un
certainty for the future. Some are claiming that
in a year's time there will be no damask on the
market that will retail for less than $1.75 a yard.
Be that as it may, WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK
and HAVE NOT RAISED OUR PRICES. And
ACCORDING TO OUR CUSTOM, WHICH WAS
ESTABLISHED LONG AGO, WE OFFER SOME
WONDERFUL VALUES IN NOVEMBER.
We have some very fine Linen Damask that the
edges of the bolts are soiled. There are no better
Linens to be had in America than these at their
regular prices, but owing to their soiled conditions
we offer them at the following prices:
75c VALUES 59c
All Other Damask and all
Napkins 10 per cent less
Always Watch This Ad Changes Often
FOR THE WOODSMAN
Wo havo all kinds of Axes, Sledges, Wedges, Saws and Equipments
for the woods.
All kinds of Corrugated Iron for both Hoofs and Buildings.
A good $800.00 Laundry Mangel, slightly UBed for one-fourth original
15 AND $20 NEW 0VEEC0AT3 AT ?5.00.
I pay 1 1-4 cents per lb. for old rags.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
The House of Half a Million Bargains.
302 North Commercial Street. Phone 808.
In Oregon Land Case
San Francisco, Nov. 3 I'nited States
Commissioner Krull is gathering local
ovidencc in a real estate Biiit in Port
land, Oregon, in which Congressman .1.
O. Haves, of San Jose, is a defendant.
The' suit was brought in Portland by
Fenton K. Clrigsby, administrator for
tho estate of M.rs.'Wiinn .Miller-Alcxan-der-Htewart,
deceased, who, it is charg
ed in tho complaint, was induced to
deed an Oregon ranch worth $10(1,000
to ( 'ongressmr.n Ilnyes, Snrnh K. Miller
and John Stewr.rt. Tiie suit is brought
in an effort to compel tlicdcfiMidiints to
restore the land to the estate for the
benefit of the heirs mimed in the will.
LET 'ER BUCK
1915 Pendleton Roundup Pictures
5 REELS S
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
"The Blindness of Virtue"
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3, 1915.
TRY SALEM FIRST
uALtM commtmciAL ei.ua
Commissioner Krull was appointed
to take chargo of tho local end of tho
case by United States District .lodge
Bean, of Portland. Attorney W. C.
Hristol is handling the case in Port
WANT THE AVIATORS
San Fraucisco, Nov. 3 Every officer
of the I njted States army aviation
corps is wanted on tho Mexican border
Colonel Samuel Keber, commanding
the corps, made this announcement to
dny nt the Ooodier court martial. He
asked that the flying officers bo ex
cused irm the court martial as Boon
1 fi r ill" ll l. t !
Use drandmas Sa?e lea and Terrible Lonaihon nt Little'
Sulphur Recipe and No
body Can Tel Brush
It Through Hair
Gray hair, however, handsome, do
notes advancing age. We all know the
advantages of a youthful appearance.
Your hair is your charm. It makes or
mars the face. When it fades, turns
gray and looks dry, wispy and scrnggly,
just a few applications ot cage Tea and
Sulphur enhances its appearance a hundred-fold.
Don't stay gray! Look voting!
Eithor prepare the tonic at Home or get
from any drug store n 50 cent bottle of
"Wycth's Sage and Sulphur ( era
pound." Thousands of folks recom
mend this ready-to use preparation, be
cause it darkens the hair beautifully
and removes dandruff, stops scalp
itching and falling hair; besides, no
one can possibly tell, as it darkens so
naturally and evenly. You moisten a
sponge or soft brush with it, drawing
this through the' hair, taking one small
strand at a time, liy morning the gray
hair disappears; after another applica
tion or two, its natural color is restored
and it becomes thick, glossy and lus
trous,' and you appear years younger..
Iron Production Figures For
. October Broke All the
(Copyrighted by the New York Even
New York, Nov. 3. The downward
reaction of war shares continued nt a
fairly rapid pace today, and declines of
five to eight points were not exception
al, with Bethlehem Steel once down 3ti
points or 175 below the high mark of 12
days ago. This progressive readjust
ment possibly was stimulated by news
of the disappointingly small extra divi
dends in HtudebakCr r.nd the Crucible
Steels official statement, showing in
stead of 1(50,000,000 to $100,000,000 in
war orders which the street had bestow
ed upon it, a real totnl of $17,000,000
half of which were sublet.
Tho declines in war stocks, however,
were only an inmc.ident and uot a dmi
nant influence in today's market. As
a whole the market could be described
as not only active but firm.
Keturna from the steel and iron trade
were of a character unprecedented in
our history. The country's iron produc
tion figures for October broke all rec
e of Blanks
San Francisco, Nov. 3. Failure of
tho Washington government to provide
examination blnnks in time was held
reBponsihlo today by Secretary Tennl
son, of the sailors union, for the fact
that only a few sailors havo undergone
tests required by tho new seamnns'
law, operative tomorrow. Because of
delay, he said, oaly one doctor assigned
to make examination found himself
Bwnmpcd and 10 shops may be held up
tomorrow. More doctors, will bo put
on, it was declared today.
Union men say about 4,000 seamen
aro subject to the new law on this
coast. Government men say they have
no way of knowing how many there
are, other than the aplications tinder
tho law have been under 4H0.
TO TEST SUNDAY LAW
Portland, Ore., Nov. 3. On the
grounds that Oregon's recently revived
Sunday closing law of 1K04, is in con
flict with both the federal nnd state
constitutions, the Hrunswick Hnlke Col
lender company of Chicago, manufac
turers of billard tables and bowling al
leys, brought suit in federal court yes
terday seeking to enjoin the district,
attorneys and sheriffs of 25 counties
from enforcing the lnw. The suit fol
lows the arrest recently of pool room
owners in various parts of the state
for violation of the lnw.
New York, Nov. 3. Abraham Ship
laenff, the only socialist ever having
tlifit honor, was elected to the New
The Red Hose of the
Great White Way
"THE SOUL OF
CHILD LABOR ARMY
workers in dome riaces
Is Pointed Out
Berkeley, Cal., Nov. 3. Grinding out
their lives under fearful industrial con
ditions, 2,000,000 children between 10
nnd 15 years of age constitute Amer
ica's child labor arlhy, Miss Josephine
Eschenbrenner, membership secretary
of the National Child Labor committee
declared here today.
She is seekiug support for the Keating-Owen
bill passed by the last Unit
?d States house and killed by the sen
ate, aiming to kill child labor by pre
venting interstate shipments of child
Conditions in sweatshops along the
Atlantic seaboard, in the cotton mills
of the south, in the glass mills and the
oyster and shrimp canneries, she pictur
ed as appalling.
In the latter factories in Louisiana,
she told of young children working in
alkaline water from before sunrise to
sunset finally coming to have the ap
pearance of animals, many of them in
flicted with festering sores from the
Georgia, she said, works its children
12 hours a night in cotton mills wi''
the windows tight because cold nir
hurts the thread.
"Conditions in the cotton mills of the
south," she said, "aro frightful. The
morale of whole states full of pure
Americans has been lowered through
San Qucntin Prison
All the Same College
Sacramento, Cal., Nov. 3. San Qucn
tin prison is being converted into an
educational institution, it appears from
tho report today of Warden Johnston
who says 1.312 convicts aro taking up
various educational subjects.
Oeoinerty, Latin, Spanish nnd algebra
are nmong the subjects studied by the
prisoners in their cells at night. There
are 2(11 convicts regularly enrolled in
day and night classes: 150 arc study
ing agriculture and 32 are taking ucad-
emy courses. A great many prisoners
are availing themselves of the "lettei
box courses," a correspondence course
operating from the school room to the
NO MORE BULL MOOSE
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 3. The bull
moose party has practically disappeared
in Kentucky, us demonstrated by yes
terday's result. Former Congressman
Stanley's election ns governor is not
conceded by the republicans.
Incomplete returns from a mnjoritj
of counties, however, give Stanley a
lead of 10,000.
Republicans charge frauds.
LOSSES ADMITTED BY BERLIN.
Hermans evacuated 100 meters of a
tranch around Souchez on tho western
Russians occupied Mikuliskl.
Germans gave way befo:o "superior
rorces or tne enemy" m tno Nisava
Tin soldiers us ihi'oren's pluytbi.i.'S
are condemned f y S ckane club women,
v. ho of course wid i.ot adopt stylish
nilitiiiy efter'.s u. their own dress.
BISHOPS ALL WOOL SUITS
$10.00 to $25.00
Hart Schaffner and Mirx
$20.00 to $30.00
We know these Clothes are good and wc know the
good Clothes for fifty years. They stand back of
which is your guarantee for fullest satisfaction.
If you wear one of these Suits there is no question
You'll sure find the style and color you want.
$4.50 and $5
Poslam allays quickly the terrible
itching which attends skin affections
"u1 neuiing process continues wnn
t rapidity as the cause of the an
Skin affected with Eczema, Acne,
Psoriasis, Barber's Itch and similnr af
fections is quickly improved by Poslam.
Poslam assures skin comfort in calm
ing and soothing aggrevated, itching
surfaces. Splendid for clearing in
flamed spots, the complexion and red
noses (oftentimes over night).
As to the soap yon use on your skin,
if these irritate, try Poslam Soap, medi
cated with Poslam, and superior for
daily use, Toilet and Bath.
For samples, send 4c stamps to Emer
gency laboratories, 32 West 25th St.,
New York City. Sold by all druggists.
Berlin Admits Reverses.
Berlin, by wireless to Sayville, L. I.,
Nov. 3. On three fronts, Teuton in
vaders in the past day suffered re
verses, the war office admitted today.
Further progress, however, in Russia
and Serbia, was claimed.
'.'.Northeast of Souchez (western
front) the Germans evacuated 1(10
meters of salient trench," the slate
"General Von llindeiiburg repulsed
the enemy near Pvinnliutg, llluxt ami
Garbunowka (eastern front), and the
Russians only succeeded in occupying
Mikuliski. General Von Liusiugen con
tinues to progress in the Czartorysk
region. General Hothmer is fighting
in the northern part of Siciniknvo.
The war office claimed Inst night that
part of this town had been captured
"Generals Von Koevess anil Von
Gallwitz. made further progress south
west of Krnguievuc (toiitheastern
theatre). Our . troops iu the Nisava
valley (Serbia) nave way before
superior forces of the enemy."
Italians Fall Down.
Berlin, by wireless to Sayville, L. I.,
Nov. 3. Complete breakdown of the
Italian attack against, the Austrinns
on the lsonzo front was reported today
by tho Vienna foreign office. Italian
losses were said to be 150,000.
Prometheus unbound, Grand Puke
Nicholas is to be let out of tho Cauca-
Sufferers from Tuberculoma often
t:nic thut medicine will not help
ttieJ. Freh air, regular tmhttH unit
good food aid in reHtorinu health,
ut mure is (if ten needen. Many
huve been reHtored to health by
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strumentality I hnvp Iiim-h anted
from premature (crave. On Decem
ber 14, 11MH, 1 wm taken with Ty
phoid Pneumonia, which developed
luto TuberculoalN Orncllll were
lound). In February' 1 111(5, I went
to Fort Worth, Ten a a, and Inter to
(anon City, (Uriornrio. After beliiar
there two week my ithjalclan In
formed me that my rune wan hope
lea. Three week Inter I returned
home, welichlnic loll pounda, the doc
tor havlua nrlven me no HNatimnce
of reach Ina; there alive. On .Inly
14, IfHKt, I began tnklnu IVkmnii'
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nd up-buildlnff the B.vHtoni. Con
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To Sell a Good
Knowing it to be good and to realize a reasonable profit
for your efforts is the sum and total of satisfaction in
That's why wc sell
look alike, think alike,
or dress alike.
That's why we have
such an assortment of
good clothes to fit
every figure and every
Our new Winter
Suits at $15, $20, $25
are here, ready for
your inspection, and
you will agree with us
in pronouncing them
are here, too, in , a
splendid variety $15
The Toggery 167 Com'l St.
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"Something Doing Every Day"
Tooday and Tomorrow.
The Famous Players-Paramount
With the Star of S.ars.
Coming Friday and Saturday
"""THE CASE OF BECKY"
With Blanche Sweet.
manufacturers have made
every garment they make,
about the style and quality.