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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV. 5, 1915.
3 NEW TODAY
One cent per word each inser-
Copy for advertisements un-
sk der this heading iliould bo in by
2 p. m.
rHONE MAIN 81.
PHONE 937 For wood saw. tf
CABBAGE FOB SALE l'liono TUF14.
HARK if Window cleaner. Phone
FIR WOOD $3.50 per cord. Phone
general; iiousewohk wanted.
Phone 1024M. Nov8
DRESSMAKINU By day or taken in.
Phono 2174J. NovlO
YOUNU PIGS For sale cheap. Phone
:i21''-3, cvo. lings. NovO
FOR SALE Good young team, weight
liSUO. Cull lif,F4. NovO
CHOICE GOAT MEAT 5c per pound.
855 N. Com 1. l'liono OS. tf
FOR SALE Mango beets. W. Zitkel,
Box li:i, Route 4, Salem. Nov8
FOR SALE 3 cows and one Jersey
bull. Phono 21IFJ2, after 7 p. ra. tf
ROOM A NO BOARD Modern home.
1135 Shipping street. Phono 1340.
SUITS CLEANED And pressed, $1.00.
Pressed, 50c. Phono 5U0. NovlO
TWO 7-ROOM HOUSES Ono furnish
ed, for rent. See ti. W. Johnson, tf
LOST Mink fur piece. Mrs. Oarl
Traglio. Phone 1-30., Reward. Nov5
FIVE YOUNG COWS For sale. A. I!.
Poller, Brooks, Oregon, l'liono 35K2.
FOR RENT Furrished housekeeping
rooms, 818 N. Com '1. Piiono 1708.
FOR KENT -Furnished housekeeping
room, 818 N. Coni'l. Phono 1708.
FOR RENT New modern three or four
room apartment, it 1 S. 14lh. Plio.ie
LOT (K) by 200, 14 fruit trees, barn,
for cash, $400. H. C. O'Neill. Phouo
FOR SALE 14 Whito leghorn pullets
nnd hens, ere laying, (.all 90S South
21st street. Nov8
WANTED Good sized second hand roll
top desk. Must bo cheap for cash.
Dr. W. A. Cox. tf
FOR SALE A square Hiillct & Davis
mano. excellent tone, a bnrgain,
Phono 74 1M. Nov8
AV1LL TRADE lir cows or ' young
stock team, I'nrni machinery and sur-
ry. Phono C5F4. NovO
CHOICE (iftAT MEAT For sale, 5c
per pound, at tho People's Meat
Market. Liberty street, rnoiie n.
YOUNG MAN 18 .years old, wants
u'nrlr Kfi tttriln vit Anv iimiiln work.
Address Y. M., earo Journal. Nov8
JX)R RENT A modern six room house,
ono block from car line, with two
acres of fino Innd in cultivation. The
Sauaro Deal Realty Co.. 304 II. 8
Bank Bldrr. Novfl
WANTED A placo close in, to work
for her hoard, by a girl attending
Business College. Address K. . l.
4, Box 20. NovO
WANTED Good reliahlo work team,
about 1300 pounds. Address A. H.
Kohinson, Kouto JJox sua, Turner,
Oregon. Phono 11 F33. Nov5
FOB SALE Good paying dry goods,
grocery and confectionery business
store, building and two lots, $3,200,
clear of all indebtedness. 35 care
BPL1T BODY OAK wood, $4.50 per
cord: grub oak $5.00, SS.ftO; asn 4.oU
Second growth fir, $3.50. Phone
1954, during business hours. J. U.
FURNISHED ROOMS To ront, closo
in, desirablo place, hot nnd cold
water, pns, phono, cheap to right
party. For particulars call at U!i
Center street, or phono 2208J. Nov5
HAVING A FEW repair watches un
culled for, parties owning same write
me nt Silvcrton, Oregon, .1. it. rimilli
Jeweler, succcsnor to S. W. Thompson
Co., 6i'i Stato street, Salem, Ore
Fill Try To Force
Issuance of Permit
Portland, Ore., Nov. 5. Ab a result
of the refusal of Corporation Commi
sioner Schuldermnn to issue a permit
for tho organization of a corporution to
build and mumtnin a maternity hospitul
for unfortunnto wayward girls of Port
land, for which purpose tho lato Henry
Womme, left property valued at $355,-
000, will result in court action, it was
Attorneys for the executors of Wem
sio's estutc will filo suit for a writ of
mandamus at Salem tomorrow asking
that Schulderman bo compelled to issue
Mchuldormnn denied the permit unless
fees of regular business corporation
were paid. The executors hold that it
will be a charitable institution nnd n
nch is required to pay a fee of $5
Wemme's will specified that after
tho hospital has been established for
three years it is to bo turned over to
the Christian Science churches of Tort
land. TO BUILD LABOR TEMPLE.
Portland, Or., Nov. 5. An. option wns
taken on a down town lot by the Af
filiated Labor Unions of Portland to
day on which it is planned to build a
labor temple to cost $100,000.
$1.00 values 75o
75c values 55c
60c values . . 49c
45c values 37C
35c values 24c
FOUR PAIS HOSE 25c
Black and Tan Hose
FOUR PAIR, ONLY 25c
15 LESS 15 LESS
A large, comprehensive, snap
py stock to choose from. For
a short time
Hospitality of City Extended
To Visiting Editors
(Continued on once two)
wfis along the technical lines recount
ing the waste in tome departments of
tho paper which might be eliminated
to the profit of the owners. Arthur
Dcute, of tho Deute-Tvler company, of
Portland, spoke on "Co-Operation Be
tween the Press and the Agency in Ad
vertising." After a general discussion the visit
ing editors adjourned to the Salem com
mercial club whero a buffet luncheon
Coming Sunday and Monday
Black and Tan
Ragtime Opera and
15 People - 15
Watch for the Street Parade and Band Concert
"Something Doing Every Day"
TODAY and SATURDAY
Jesse L. Lasky in Association with David Belasco
America's Most Versatile Photoplay Star
In That Great Play of Dual Personality
"The Case of Becky"
By Edward Locke.
Blanche Sweet's Greatest Triumph as a Photoplay Star.
S. & C, Vaudeville (six acts), Two Reels of Pictures,
Monday .... "The Majesty of the Law"
$1.75 Gowns $1.49
$1.35 Gowns .. $L18
60c Gowns -'. 45c
A Wonderful line at $1.00
For a Short Time
20 PER CENT LESS
This includes all of our
MEN'S GREY ROUGHNECK
George Palmer Putnam, Carl D. Shoo
maker, Carlo Abrams, George A. Whito
and Frank Dnvey composed the com
mittee in charge of tho luncheon and
were appointed by Governor Withy
combe as the representatives of the
newspaper fraternity in this city.
Those in Attendance.
The following editors registered to
day at the convention:
Fred C. baker,. Tillamook Headlight,
Lloyd Riches, Oregon Journal, Port
land. E. II. Woodward, Newberg Graphic,
Mr .and Mrs. Phil D. Bates, Pacific
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
MATINEE AND EVENING
Get an Enlarged Picture for
a Christmas present for some
dear friend. You can get a
$3.50 Picture for 98c
by purchasing $1 worth of
merchandise here and pre
senting the coupon to our
artist, Mr. Gunn, who will he
with us until November 13.
The Mrs. Wall
of Embroidered and Stamped
Goods ON SALE HERE and
the PRICE CUTTING IS
MEN'S AND BOYS'
E. E. Brodie, Morning Enterprise,
A. E. Voorhien, Rogue River Courier,
K H. Flagg, Wnrrenton News, War
ronton. A. If. Dcute, Deute-Tyler company,
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Bede, Cottage
Grove Sentinel, Cottage Grove
T. 11. Ford, Snlem.
O. O. Hamstrect, fc'heiidan Sun, Sher
idan. Frank Davey, JIarney County News,
Carlo Abrams, Pacific Homestead,
G. P. Putnam, Bend Bulletin, Bend.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. 1J. Brown, Courier,
R. .1. Hendricks, Statesman, Ralem.
.f. E. Grathe, Evening Budget, As
toria. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. P. Hurley, Forest
Bert R. Greer and wife, Ashland Tid
A. K. Adams, Woodburn Independent,
Ben F. West, Salem.
F. M. Brown. Brownsville Times.
('has. II. Fisher, Capital Journal, Sa
ilcm. E. Hofer, Pacific Coast Manufactur
C. E. Ingals, Corvallis.
C. J. Mcintosh, Corvallis.
W. H. Wuatiicrson, Florence West,
Eric W. Allen, U. of 0. School of
P. II. I) 'A rev, Salem.
M. .1. Brown, Benton County Courier,
j H. P. Donolioe, Portland Journal,
j Henry M. Hnnzeii, Portland Tele
gram. I Carl I). Shoemaker, Roscbnfg Even
! J. Fred Thome, U. of O., Eugene,
j Henry Waldo Coo, Medical (sentinel,
Edith Tozicr Wctlierred, Portland.
C. C. Clinton, Enterprise Co., Port
land; A. E. Houston, Capital Journal,
Olmsted, Mail, Ktuyton; Stephen A.
Stone, Salem Statesman; Nettie Kuch
ler, Olmsted, Staytnn; Kulph E. llonzer,
gun Historical Society, Poitlund; E. M.
Examiner, Ijikeviewj If, I. lleltzil, O.
A. C, Corvallis; II. ).' Wars, (icrvnis
Star; Mrs. II. ). Mars, (lervais; W. J.
Clark iiinl wife, independence Enter
prise, Independence; Mrs. George Mil
lion?', Independence; John (i. 'Iv. kinsn,
Mc.Minnvillc Telephone-Hcgister; C. II.
Le Masters, Standard, Amity; Mrs. C,
O. Lo Masters, Amity; (1. J. Taylor and
wife; Mrs. (f. E. Brooking.
The Evening'! Program.
Friday evening at (1:11(1 tho commer
cial Club of Salem, extend a bsnipict
to tho visiting newspaper men mid
wives at the .Marion hotel.
Saturday morning U:0O, reports of
resolutions nnd other committees; 11:30,
"The Nowrtpnpor of Todtty nnd Vestcr
day," John E. (irntko, Daily Evening
Budget, Astoria. Oregon; 10:00, reort
of secretary, Philip S. Itutes, the Pa
cific Northwest; 10:15, "Journalism,
Conservation and Otherwise," Edunr M.
Piper, editor Tiio Oregoninn; 11:11,
15 minutes' discussion of pertinent sub
jects referred to tho officers of the
association by members; 12:00, election
of officers; I2:.'I0 Adjournment.
GERMANY DID NOT ASK IT.
Berlin, Nov. 5. Denying that it had
over usked Brand Whitlock's retire
ment as Americnn representative in
Belgium, the government today ile
dared there was "no reanon for doing
so as neither his personality nor activ
ities had caused dissatii'faction."
Wkltlock took part in trying to pre
vent execution of Miss Edith ( vcl,
There never is a list rose of summer,
as there never is a lust strawberry
siuco horticulturists got busy,
. ' ' El
MALKM COMMtnCIAL CLUU J gig ,
I Plan Is Departure From Tra
ditions and Change of
WHY INDORSE EUROPE BY
IMITATING HER FOLLY?
apeaK aomy cut tarry a
Big Stick" Is a Misleading
Washington, Nov. 3. Signs of a
break between President Wilson and
his I'ornier Premier W. J. Bivun over
the administration defense lirogram;
became unmistakable today. Bryan do-!
iclared he viewed the president's Now I
i V...L ........U . !.L 11 1
ri'vri- u i i-pHii-micns nun sor
row and concern."
"The president is doing what he bc-j
lieves is -:s duty but I fee it my
duty to dissent," Bryan declared. "We
cannot criticise his motives as be hns
given his views with clearness and ein-j
phasis, but those who differ with him
are under a like obligation to express i
themselves with equal clearness. I
"The president will not assume that;
ho is more deeply interested in the'
country's welfare than tho millions who1
elected him temporarily to bo their
"If be giving voice to his country-'
men 's opinion, he is as anxious to have
them frank with him as ho has been
with them. How otherwise can he
know whether he represents or mis
represents their views!
A False Philosophy.
"Tho plan he proposes Is not only a
departure from oui traditions, but a
reversal of national policy. It is not
only a menace to our peace and safety
but a challenge to the spirit of Chris
tianity which teaches us to influence
others by example rather than by ex
"It is a false philosophy. From its
falsity, it inevitably leads into dif
ficulty. The spirit which makes an
individual carry a revolver, leads him
not to use it on slight provication but
to H!"e language which will provoke.
"'Speak softly but carry a big
stick' is the ilelusivo maxim employed
by those who put their faith in force.
There are two answers to it. First, the
man who speaks softly hasn't the dis
position to carry u club. Second, if
the man with the soft voice is per
suaded to carry a club, his voice
changes as soon as he begins to rely on
".Why reverse our policy nowt The
president admits there is no reason for
the change. He says Mho country is
not threatened from any quarter; she
stands in friendly relation with all
"To make the statement more em
phatic he adils:
" .'Thero is no fear among us.'
Wny Change Our Policy?
"If we are not. threatened, if rela
tions with ull nations are friendly, if
everybody knows we are able to do-
fend ourselves if necessary, if there
is no fear among us, why then is this
time chosen to revolutionize tho nation
al theory and exchange our policy for
that of Europe! Why abandon the
hope we have long entertained of set-j
ting an example for Europct
"Why encourage tlie nations of
Europe in their folly by imitating
"Why impose upon tno western
hemisphere a policy so disastrous!
"I)o we not expect all Latin America
to be stimulated to preparation if we
enter n new era of orcimrntionf Will
not, such a policy make conflicts be !
tweon those republics more probable?
Will Do Infinite Harm.
"We will do infinite harm to our!
neighbors as well as fo ourselves if we;
are. drawn into this policy which pro-;
voltes war by preparation which is im-j
possible without a largo increase of
tnxntion. We are now spending more
than .tijOIKyjOO yearly on prepared-j
ness ten times what wo are spending
on agriculture. I feel sure tliu tax
payers will not favor increasing this!
when the change is not only mincccs
siny but a mcniice to our nuti'iimf
ideals. There lias not been a time in
recent years when there was less rea
son to add to the expenses of the armyi
and navy, for we are not only without;
an enemy but our preparedness is in-!
creasing rapidly, as other mitions ex
haust themselves. There never was H
timo in our history when our duty to!
tho world more imperatively demanded!
self restraint und tho counsels of
"I hope the president will not be
deceived by the utmospliern of the Man
hattan club (where ho spoko last
night). This is the onn placo in
America whero the inamniou-worship-ping
portion of the democratic party
meet to exchange compliments. There
is no group further removed from the
sentiment of (lie musses, whether you
me.'Suro that sentiment by economic,
social or religious standards,"
Wilson Mado No Comment.
New Vork, Nov. n. President Wil
son today declined to comment on form
er Secretary of Sti.to Hryau's arraign
ment of hiii pieparediiesH speech. Tno
executive obtained the first iiitlmnt ion
of tho Hryan attack from tho United
Press when he wns read a suninuiiy of
the Washington dispatch lit the Ml.
Kegis hotel before going to the Cleve
land liodgn home for lum-hcon with his
liiincee, Mrs. Noininn (Inlt,
Those element to tho president, how
ever, pointed out that tin had antici
pated just such ntfJ't'kj when in lust
nlihl 'h soeci h ho said;
"If men differ with mo on this vital1
"A Moving Tale" Due
To Salem's Growth
Evidently desirable business rooms
are hard to find in Salem, as several
of the tenants of the McGilchrist cor
ner, who are obliged to move by next
Wednesday, are having difficulties in
securing desirable locations.
W. W. Johns, whose harness and shoe
shop adjoins the Bligh Hotel, will re
move to 174 South Liberty street.
H. Ashford, proprietor of the shoot
ing gallery, is not decided as to his
location, but may leave tho city.
C. J. Pillett, who owns the cigar
store just west of the shooting gallery
has found no desirable location.
The shoe repairing shop of J. R. Pol
lock will take quarters in the Waters'
building on State street, opposite the
Ladd & Bush bank.
W. C. Harris, proprietor of the bar
ber shop on the corner, has not de
cided on n location.
The Larmer Transfer Company will
probably move its office to the Oswalt
shoe repairing shop, on South Liberty.
A. E. Hoffman, candy, confectionery
and cigars, on Liberty street, has found
no suitable location.
M. Dolan, shoes and shoe repairing
has several store rooms in view, but as
yet has not decided where ho will lo
cate. Mrs. H. P. Stith, in the millinery
business, is undecided as yet, as to a
The McGilchrist corner is in an ex
act square, with H2 1-- feet on State
street and the same on Liberty. It is
part of the original tow n site dedicated
by the Kcv. William Willson, March --,
18.10, and is Known on the city plats
as the west half of lot .1, block 21, City
matter, I will ask them to make clear
how far kihI lrow they are interested
in making tho country's permanent in
terests safe nihilist disturbance."
BLANCHE SWEET IN
"THE CASE OF BECKY"
Blanche Sweet, Cnrlyle Blackwcll,
Theodore Roberts and James Neill are
tho'"four names that head the cast for
the LusV-Belusco production of Ed
ward Locke's famous drama, "The
Case of Becky," which will be the
attraction at the Grand theatre today
Never before hns Blanche Sweet been
seen in a role similar to the ono she
ploys in this photodrama. When "The
Case ot Becky" was produced by David
Bela'sco, as a drama, it caused a sensa
tion in the theatre-going world. Not
sinco the days of "Dr. Jekyl and .Mr.
Hyde" has a play of dual personality
i f i 1
"The Blindness of Virtue"
Great Moral Lesson
There is a crisis in every girl's life.
This play is of one girl's crisis.
Featuring Edna Mayo and Bryant Washburn.
The Red Rose of the Great White Way.
"The Soul of Broadway"
In a High Class Music.nl and Novelty Act.
Always Watch This
We have all kinds of Axes, Sledges, Wedges, Hawg and Eipiij.nieiiti f
ivr mo militia,
All kinds of Corrugated Iron
A good $800.00 Laundry Mangel,
1S AND $20 NEW OVERCOATS AT $5.00. -
J pay 1 14 cents per lb. for old rags.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
Tho House of Half a Million Bargains.
302 North Commercial Street. Phone SOS.
sand in your sugar to
avoid charging you an
advance in price, and
.- excused himself on the
ground of fear of los
ing your custom what
would you think of
If your clothier sub
stitutes mercerized cot
ton cloths in place of
wool, and does not tell
you of the change,
what do you think of
Woolens are advanc
ing in price, and anoth
er season you will pay
a little more for good
clothes, but today we
are offering the best
values in our business
history. New Winter
Suits and Overcoats at
$15, $20, $25, $30
Yes, it's trouble to
show you, but it's the
kind of trouble we are
desirous of having.
The Toggery 167 Cora 'I Bt.
been presented to tho public. And
when the victim of tho two-selfs is a
young girl, espcciully of Miss Sweet '
charm und ability, tho announcement
that the photodrama will be seen hero
is one of unusuul interest.
As the quiet and winsome Dorothy,
Miss Sweet wins a host of friends; but
when her personality changes before the
eye into the malicious and disagreeable
Becky, tho audience is at a loss as to
what is going to happen.
The character is un unusual one and
is considered by those who have seen
the photodrama to be the best in which
Blanche Sweet has ever appeared.
Supported by the three splendid art
ists whose numes uro given, each a star
in his own right, nnd the ot tie r members
of the Lasky nil-star stock company,
gives the film version of this sensation
al play a degree of excellence rarely
attuiued by any motion picture produc,
Bertha Grant and Mabel l)e Hearde
tho original liawaiiun Hula Hulu Duuc
ers are a big feature with the Punch
Jones ling Time Opuera Minstrels that
will be at the Bligh theatre Sunday and
'Monday. They carry an elaborate spe
Hilt I drop for their act that has proven
one of the big hits over the 1 'mitogen
time The Hula Hula dunce is consider
ed one of tho most artistic classic
dances of the day und when staged as it
should be lends a pretty picture to tho
eye. The music, is tuneful nnd very
catchy and no doubt will be well re
ceived during tho action of the play.
for both Hoofs and Bulldirufs.
(lightly used for one-fourth original