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THE DAILY CAPITAL' JOURNAL, , SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 1915.
From the Great Stock Reducing Sale
This sale embracing everything in this great house-furnishing store is proving t
quite a marKea success as baiem housewives know when we say sale prices, that I
means a genuine reduction. Prices are marked down all over the store. Come t
and see what a substantial saving you can make on your Thanksgiving and other t
75c Table Damask 59c
$1.00 Table Damask 78c
$1.50 Table Damask $1.19
$2.50 Table Damask . . v $1.48
$2.75 Table Damask $1.98
Made Table Cloths can be used on
either round or square tables.
$5.00 71x72 ....$3.98
$7.00 81x82 $4.98
$3.75 Napkins, per dozen $2.95
$4.00 Napkins, per dozen ....... .$2.98
$5.00 Napkins, per dozen $3.98
$7.50 Napkins, per dozen .$5.89
CARVERS AND TABLE ACCESSORIES
$5.00 3-piece Carving Set, heavy white
metal handles, silver plated, French
grey finish, Sheffield steel blades, a very
handsome set at a handsome reduction.
Other carvers from . . . .$2.50 to $10.00
$5.00 Casserole $2.90
$4.00 Casserole $2.65
$3.75 Casserole $2.50
$2.10 Casserole $1.35
$11.00 Electric Percolator $8.50
$10.50 Electric Percolator $8.10
$ 8.50 Electric Percolator $6.35
$ 7.50 Electric Percolator $5.95
Large Crowd of Staunch Sup
porters Follow Invaders
To This City
SPEGIAL EXHIBIT OF
-Miss Marvin Will Give
come to these services,
i Siieucer, pastor.
Kev. J. C.
Will Open Thursday Afternoon I Report Issued By Librarian
Stock Reducing Sale of Boilers, Wash Tubs, Pails,
Wringers and Wash Boards.
25c Wash Boards 17c
45c Brass King Wash Boards ..... 27c
$.3.00 Perfection Guaranteed
' Wringer .$1.98
$2.25 Extra Heavy Galvanized
$2.50 Extra Heavy Copper Boiler $1.78
$3.50 all copper high grade Boiler $2.48
$1.25 heavy galvanized Tub, wooden ::
drop or stationary handles, wringer
$1.35 heavy galvanized Tub, wooden
drop or stationary handles, wringer J
attachment .f . ..... . .$1.05 i
60c Anti-Rust Bottom Pail ....... 39c t
This is Hi . rx, V
the V)xx)ujvv orecvxxcv,
sale mMMmmm .
"May" Use KsOwn Judgm't
The state corporation commissioner
was informed today that ho could use
his own judgment about permitting
foreign corporations to do business in
this state according to the opinion of
the attorney general. The question
came up in connection with the request
of the Pacific Building & Loan Asso
ciation of Washington for a certificate
to engage in uainess in this state. The
1913 session of the legislature in Wash
ington forbid building and loan asso
ciations from outside of the stato of
Washington to engage in business in
that state. This law permits Oregon
to exclude Washington building and
loan associations from this stato.
The Oregon law, however, says the
corporation commissioner "may" ex
clude them and Attorney General
Brown interprets May to mean just
may. That is, the corporation commis
sioner may exercise his own judgment
and the may is not manditory, and he
is not required to refuse to permit for
eign corporations to do a building and
loan association business in this stato.
SPECIAL OFFICER IS ROBBER
Portland, Ore., Nov. 13. Charged
with robbing one of the stores he was
paid to watch, Spec.iul Officer Harry F.
Courtney was arrested early today. He
is said to have confessed to a series of
thefts in the Piba & Mara importing
Courtney was emerging from the im
porting houBO when arrested. On his
person was a dresnor spread, table cover
and a marked $5 gold piece.
He also carried over 100 keys of ev
ery imaginable type and five or six
de'licato lock picks.
President Doney Will
Lecture On Nietzsche
President Carl Gregg Doney of Wil
lamette University, will lecture next
Friday evening on the German phil
osopher F: id rich Nietzsche.
Friedriih Nietzsche had a brilliant
career through college nnd developed
into a great thinker. lie held up for
mankind the ideal of "Superman," the
rnce surpassshig itself, Sho creating of
a stronger, more imposing and more
dominant race, By many his tench
ings have been blamed for this great
Europoau conflict nltho he lived and
taught before the strugglo began. Dr.
Doney who has already mndo for him
self the repntr.tion of being nn enter
taining speaker will interpret the phil
osophy of Nietzsche in his own inimit
A special exhibit of attractive books
for children- will be held at the
Salem Public Library, beginning next
The Albany High school football boun(, in ,pasilf editioBS wMch
team with its agregntion of rooters , nmke nneta for a mWa 0wn
numbering oyer three hundred arnyed Librllrv wMlo others wiU bolmd in a
in this city today to take part in the lc89 expensive form. Animai Btoric9
annual affray between the Salem and mUe s,ori fai stories ftnd book
Albany High schools on Willamette describing things children may make
field this afternoon The Albany con-' , (, ill(,lmcd ln tllfi ,is-t
tingent is reported to be in good condi- The exhibit will open Thursdav
turn for the game and balem is not nftornoon in ,he educational room of
suffering particularly on account of in-ithe ub h th m u j
out for the pleasure of the children.
A talk will be given descriptive of the
books by Miss Cordelia Marvin, state
librarian, at 4 o'clock fu the after
noon, to which parents are especially
The boy scouts of America have pro
posed that the first week of Decem
ber should be observed by all as juv
enile book week. Although the library
wishes to co operate with this boy
scout national movement, yet it. will
hold its exhibit one week earlier in
order that if certain books desired are
not in stock, the dealers in the city
will have time to order them.
For Miss Marvin 'b talk Thursday
afternoon at 4 o'clock all parents and
teachers are especially invited, but for
tho convenience of those who cannot
see them Thursdav, arrangements will
bo mndo to keep the books on exhibit
the remainder of the week.
T.he Unpardonable Sin is the subject
of the evening sermon by the pastor,
Cnrl U. Elliott, and Witnessing for
Christ, tllo morning subject. Junior ser
mon subject, "A Boy With Backbono
and Push." Christian Endeavor ak
0:30 o'clock, subject, "How Can tho
Denominations Bo United for Service I"
Chorus choir morning and evening.
Corner Capital and Marion streets, W.
G. Lienknemper, pastor. Sunday school
at 10:00 a. m. Morning worship in Ger
man at 11 o'clock. Subject, "Tenipta-
iuries thounh Coach Clancy says sever
al of his men in tho first lineup may be
forced to retire early if they happen
to be bumped in a sore spot.
The 'Albany Huskies average a shade
hotter than 100 while Salem weighs in
at lot!. White will fill in at right
guard in place of Carson in today's
Salem lineup and Williams will play
left tackle in place of Maloney. The
Albany linoup will stand as announced
Willamette field is soft today but
has dried off sufficiently to ensure a
fast. game. Yesterday it wns under
water but the porpus ield dries rapidly
when the rain stops. On a fast field
the heavier Albany line will have but
slight advantage over Salem and the
speedy Salem backfield is expected to
make the most of their fleetness of foot.
If the score of today's game stands
in Salem's favor the Bed and Black
warriors have an excellent chance to
land tho valley championship when
they meet Columbia University here on
Thanksgiving day. ITuuser of Chemn
wa will referee, "Pete" Anderson, of
Albany will umpire and Ben McClelland
is slated to act as head linesman in the
game this afternoon.
FALLS CITY NEWS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Falls City, Ore., Nov. 12. Mr. and
Mrs. N. Helig left Thursday for San
Francisco, where they will attend the
exposition for several weeks.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Collins,
Tuesday evening, a girl,
Friday is to bo "Go to School day"
and every parent should be at the meet
ing. If they ure not there, it is their
own fault for invitations have been ex
tended to every parent to come out on
Mrs, Kate Kief rind Miss Edna Wick
Austria and Italy
Will Be Discussed
Germany, France, England, Russia,
hhve all passed in review and only two
more addresses remain in the splendid
series of illustrated addresses on
"Europe nnd the War" at the First
Congregational church on Sunday even
ings. "Austria and Italy" will be
considered on Sunday evening and on
November 21st the address on "The
Balkans," probably the most inter
esting address in the course, will be
given. Austria is old and the modern
Austrian-Hungarian Empire may be
viewed as an effort to maintain the
ancient glories, the inherited traditions,
the magnificent imperialism, of, in
many ways, tho oldest nnd most aristo
cratic empire existing today in Europe.
In order to understand Austria Hun
gary we must go back to the day
dawn of the history of Central Europe.
What we now know as Austria-Hungary
was nover wholly conquered by
The circulation of thr"Snlem Public tiou and Deliverance." Evening serv
Library is gradually increasing, accord-, i(.e Bt 7.3,, subject, "Oims and Meth
sued by the librarian. Miss Anne D.
Swezey. The October report of this
year shows nn increased circulation of
454 more than the month of one year
ago, and 1203 more than October of
1 11 1 3. The gain has been along" all
lines, both adult and juvenile.
During the month, 150 books and
three pamphlets have been added to
the library, all for adults. This brings
the total number of volumes up to
ll,3fi3. The circulation for the month
was 444(1, of which 3102 were taken
out by adults and 1344 by the children.
Fiction is still in tho lend, as the adult
readers called for 732 books of refer
ence nnd liberal education, 2315 of
fiction, and 55 magazines. This per
centage of fiction is about the same as
one year ago. The juvenile renders
called for 531 class books and S31
The average daily circulation for the
month was 171, with the greatest call
for any ono day on the last day of the
mouth, when 205 volumes were taken
out. The smallest day's circulation was
the first day of tho month, when 101
were called for.
The new registrations for October
were 197. The call for reference works
has increased greatly during tho past
month. This is duo to somo extent to
the organizations of the junior High
schools, as to teachers of these schools
have rnt many of their pupils to the
librnrv for assistance.
ard, of Chanute, Kus., who have been
visitine with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tal-
bntt, left Saturday for their home. Mrs. tho Roman as wns tho case with most
Tnlbott accompanied them as far as I of southern, central, and western
Portland. I Europe. Austria has been called "The
Wm. Dennis nnd family have moved Whirlpool of the Nations." Austria
into the Lombard property, opposite of ; from one. standpoint is the result of
tho Christian church
Wm. Finley, the lunch stand proprie
tor, will go to Dallas, where he will
open up a restaurant in tho Cozy Corner
near the poBtofficc. His family will re
main in this city.
Sir. nnd Mrs, Nichols wero in Dullas
Mrs. Addio Montgomery was culled to
Dallas the first of the week, by the ill
ness of her daughter, Airs. Hazel Peter
F. Droego wns 11 business visitor in
Portland the latter part of this week.
Dr. Helllswarth was in Dallas Thurs
day on professional business.
From the way thut the thirsty lovers
of tho red firewuter from Dallas are
racial clash for Teutons, Finns, Arars
and many other races met here. The
most of tho tribes were Teuton or Ger
manic. When the Goths invaded Europe some
remained beside the Danube, anil were
called the eastern Goths or Ostrogoths
and their realm wns called tho Oester
reich shortened through Medineral
Latin into Austria showing Austria to
be a Gothic, country. The Goths be
sides the- Danube early became con
verted to Christianity under the labors
of Vfiles called the great npostlo to
tho Goths, lie constructed an nlphnbet
and translated Christianity in the East
ern Empire and so it wns spread among
Austria was Honmnized by (linrl
Wftl&d Urkllffevc Will
In lllili 11 Mir rrii-i
Soon Be Here
Only Five Weeks Until
You are now studying what to get This
advertisement is to remind you that I have a
very desirable line to select from in the music
line a complete stock.
Good Goods Right Prices
Geo. C. Will
THE MUSIC AND SEWING MACHINE
432 State Street
coming to this city on week days nnd I mnKp, The armies of ( iiarlmngne
spreading the Frnnhish kingdom oust
and west and south, marching through
lower Germany, reached Austria, de
feated tho AvnrB, and united eastern
and western Goths in ono great rran
hish kinirdom. The kingdom of Chart
niagno affected all Europe but perhaps
Austria most of all. In H00 Charl-
ningno wns crowned by thn Pope at
ltome as Human Emperor. Charlmagne
was not French but was a Prunk of
Germanic stock. The Austrian Em
pcror ns the head of the uncalled Holy
Saturday nights, indicates that they
arc going to make the best Of the
"wet ' season, lictorc tho Uroutn comes
At. the Parent Tenchers' meeting held
at the high school building Tuesday
night, Mrs. C. L. Hopkins wns re-elected
president. This makes the third term
for Mrs. Hopkins, nnd as she had been
such a faithful worker for tho good of
; the association there wns not any oppo
sition against her and sho was elect
ed bv acclamation. For vice-president,
New Today Ads, one cent per
We arc having a great revival at
Highland. Rev. Glacock is preii-lung
full nnd free salvation and people nre
being definitely blessed at every serv
ice. Meeting to night nt 7:30, on Sub
bath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sab
bath school at 10 a. m. Christian En
leavor at 0:15 p. m. Come and hear ami
see what the Lord can do. Josephine.
Hockett, pastor. Phone 1105.
Sunday school nt 10 o'clock, Prof. W.
T. Stnlcy, superintendent. Church serv
ice at 11 o'clock, subject, "The Secret
of the Lord." Christian Endeavor
meets at 0:30. At 7:30 the fifth illus
trated address in tho series on "Eurnpo
and the War" will be given. The sub
ject for Sunday evening will be "Aus
tria and Italy." Tho following point
will be considered: "The Double Mon
archy," "Germanic Austria," "slnvin
Austria," "Hungary," "The Old It
aly and the New," "Tho Whirlpool of
the Nations." Everybody invited anil
everybody welcome. Music, by chorus
choir under direction of Wm. McGil
christ, Sr., morning and evening. No
mid week service will be held lie 'iiuso
of prohibiten rally in armory on Thurs
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
Sunday services are held at 440
Cheineketa street, nt 11 n. m. nnd 8 p.
m. Subject of Bible lesson, "MoitalM
and Immortals. " Sunday school at 0:45
Wednesday evening testinioinni
meeting ut 8 o'clock. Rending room in
the Hubbard building, suite 303, and in
open every day, except Sundnys ami
holidays, from 11:45 a. m. to 4 p. nr All
are weeome to our services nod invited
to visit our reading room.
No. 1228 North Winter stroot.
ar,y services: Sabbath school
Preaching at 11 a. ni, and 7:45
Prayer meeting Thursday 7:45
W. J. Johnston, pastor.
0:45. p. m.
First Methodist Episcopal.
State and Church streets, Richard N.
Avison, minister. 9:00 n. m., Class meet
ing. tl:-15 a .111., Sunday school, Messrs.
Schramm tind tulkey, superintendents,
11 a .111., Morning worship, sermon sub
ject, "Immortulity Hrnurht to Light."
.1:00 p. m., nev. i. u. wcigio win speas
nt tho Old Peoplo's Home. 0:30 p. m.,
Intermediate League, Mis. M. O. Find
ley, superintendent. 0:30 p. m., Epworth
League, Mr, A. A. Schrumm, leader.
7:30 p. in., Evening worship, sermon by
the pastor. .Music by the chorus choir,
under the direction of Dr. Frank W.
Coiner High and ('outer, F. T. Porter,
minister. !l:45 a. m., Jtible school, Dr.
II. C. Epley, director. Speciul numbers
by t.:" orchestra. -Miss .Maus, of St
Louis, -Mo., will be nt the Hible school
anil will speak at the morning service
Miss Minis is a specialist in Hible school
work nnd worthy of a large hearing
0:30 p. m., C. K. 7:30 p. ni., The pastor
will speak. Special music by the or
Harry Starr won the nomination over iHmnn Y.mMr considered himself nnd
Mm. .icsse .nover, ! n vuiu ui si '"itt.ns considered by most atholics at
! 13; R. M. Woindcrly was elected secre-' ,(,ns( in ftn ; 1T1 Iort ' 11 1. sense, the secular
tnry. After the transnction of the bust-1 h(,((, of 10 lf()man chiir.-b. For a long
ness was over the president announced I t.lC Auiitrin hll(I ,iminion in Italy,
that discussions wero in order and that j .,, . .1(,rh.,H , tho (imo uf ir(.,.
they would bo glau to near rrom nny : . (ir(ut AllB,ril ,.,.rtiy wns
Interested party or parties. Prof. Haley
the principal, arose to his feet and in
an impressive manner told of tho pro
gress that the school hud made this year
nnd that mudo last year, and comparing
the two years together, this year's
work showed up tho best. The "Go to
School day" which comes Friday, No-
1 . v - .1 l'
I vemner i, ne huiti-mhoi nis umii-m;r,
1 as being a day on which overy pnrent
I and nil those who wished to have a
! good school to come out und see what
was being done in tho progress thnt the
: students were making, He snid that ho
i had a largo bulletin board that h
I place nenr the entrance of tho building,
tho most powerful representative of tin1
'Germanic llace down to Imiti. Austria
and Italy nro historic foes, Austria in
tho muiii in tho dominance, nlthrough
Venice for long centuries controlled
most of tho Adriatic, seaboard which
was recently owned by Austria.
Italy's alliance with Germany nnd
Austria wns defensive only. It, is re
ported thnt when Italy deenred herself
neutral tho kaiser sent a telegram to
the Royal Palace in Home, "I Will
never forget nn I will novor forgivo
you." If Austria is pronu or nor
ancient glories so is Venice and Italy
may see tho progress that their children
j are making and also tno progress tnnt
their neighbors' ciiiiuren are miming.
Ho closed his discussion by adding that
if there were any dissatisfied parents
or persons who had been misinformed
or hod heard some, of tho current rum
I or that were sometimes mndo, to not
I hesitate to como up to the school ni"'
! see for themselves whnt the teachers
wore doing in the way of educating
their children, ns tho tenchers wero al
ways clad to have visiting parents:
and thnt if a teacher did not hnvo time
on which will bo placed tho grades of I with her. Largo portions of the
the students, so that visiting parents ancient Venetian domain today belong
10 AUMina Ullll Jiuijr in ill iiiu .i... ...
tho effort to regain this territory.
Italy has interests in Albinn east of
the Adriatic, nnd these combined with
her desire to secure the Austrian terri
tory with Italian population in Tren-
tlno and Trieste have led her at last
Into the grent war on the aidn of the
Allies. Ever since Carour created a
1'nited Italiv in tho middle of tho
nineteenth century tho nation has been
urnwinir rapidly in unity of spirit in
ambition and efficiency. Why did
Italy hesitato so long beforo taking
to receive visitors It was timo for her this opportunity of nttacking Austria,
to sten down nnd out. her old etiemv and if regaining from
Mrs. snider, or Dana, was a visitor' hr tho old Venetian province! unc
1 in this city Sundny,
Mrs. Rose, of Alrlle, is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Thrasher, this week.
Mrs. Chnppel has returned from a two
weeks' visit witlfricnds in Portland.
Georgo March, who has been working
In Portland for somo time, has returned
Miss Viola Lane in visiting her sister
in Dallas this' week.
probablo answer is: Tho influence of
Italian socialists wno aro pnrm-uiuri.y
strong nnd nro bitterly opposed to the
war. Tho address will be Illustrated
by fifty stereopticon slides,
You get a paper full of read-
ing, no contest dope,
North Cottage street between Center
nnd .Marion, A. A, Winter, minister
10:00 a. m., Sunday school, A. A. Flesh-
er, siiiiciinteiident. Preaching 11:00 11
m. and 7:30 p. m. The pastur's lasl
sermon on the series will not be given
until a week later, The last subject of
the scries is "llei'ven." Ill the even
ing the pastor will give a character
study. 4:00 p. in., Junior i.iiilia or
leaders, Mis, Harvey and Miss Iteming
ton. Ik. 10 p. ni., Young People's meet
ing, subject " llow the Denominations
May He United in Service," to be led
by the pastor, Tho thank nffciiug
meeting of the Woman's Home Foreign
Missionary society will bo held on Wed
nesday iit'teinoiiii at 2:30 o'clock at the
home of the president of the society
Mis. S. S. Mnniey, Mil North White.
street. Mrs. Myru Miller Staut't'cr, the
brunch president of Jlillsboro, Ore., wil
1)0 present ut the thank offering meet
ing in the nt'tcriiooii. In tho evening of
the sumo day she will address a mass
meeting in the United Evangelical
church nn North Cottage street ut 7:. HI,
You cannot afford to miss this meet
ing. Thn members are requested to
bring their thank offering boxes to the
afternoon meeting. Thursday evening ut
7:30 mid-week prayer meeting.
Leslie M, E.
Sundny school 11:15, Joseph Bnrber,
superintendent. Morning service 11
o'clock, sermon by pastor. Junior
League 3 p, m., Mrs, J. C, Spencer,
superintendent. Epworth League 0:30
p. m.. lender Miss Huth Winter. The
evening service will close the Win-My
( hum eampnicn of thn past week, Spc
cial sermon by tho pastor. All nro wel-
East Stato and Eighteenth street:,
George Koehler, pastor. Sunday schoiri '
in German and English at 10 o'clock;
divine service at 10:30 a. m. Luthef
League at 0:45 p. m. Evening service
in English ut 7:30 p. m.
Corner Thirteenth and Center Htree(s).
A. J. Weiglc, pastor. Sunday school nt
10 a. m., Henry Grnlnpp, superintend -nt
Public worship nt 11 o'clock. Epworth
League at 7 and sermon at 7:30 p. 111.
Swedish Tabernacle, M. E.
Corner Mouth Fifteenth and Mill
streets, Eev. John Ovnll, minister. Serv
ices at 3 p. in. and 8 p. m. Topics, "A
Sure Help in Need," nnd "Life's Les
sons." AH Scandinavians are most cor
dially invited to attend.
St. Paul's, Episcopal.
Hubert S. Gill, rector. Holy commun
ion 1 a. ni. .Mat tins mi, I nddress, II
m. Evensong nnd address 7:30 p. in.
Sunday school 11; 15 a. m.
Coiner Chemeketn and Cnttago
streets, Richard F. Tisher, minister.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock, Miss Ethel
Fletcher, superintendent. Morning ser
vice nt 11 o'clock, subject "Has Uni
taiiiinism u Message?" .Music by Mrs.
L. lower, Mrs. Walter Denton, organist.
"Social service meeting" at 7:30)
o'clock, Kev. Tischcr will speak on
"Some War rulicics." All friends in
terested in liberulisni and progressive)
thought lire cordially invited In. our
services. Hring your friends. Every
North Nineteenth nnd Minion streets),
Sunday school 10 a. in., M. Win. DenniN,
superintendent. Peaching 11 a. 111. uinl
7:30 p. 111. Prayer meeting, Wednes
day 7:30 p. ni. H. W. Shaver, lfltlii
Waller street, pastor.
No. 2H State street, Kev. .
will spenk Sunday at 3 p, m.
Tuesdav and Friday at 7:30 p
employment office, second hand cloth
ing solicited, which is given free to
needy ones, J. D, Cook, superintendent.
Associated Bible Students.
Hegulur weekly class study in up
stairs hall, ut southwest coiner High
und Feiry streets, Sunday ut 10 o'clock
a. m. All Hiblo students welcome.
Sunday meetings ns follows: Khco
drill, 11:30 n .in. Sundny school, 10:31)
n. m. Christian praise meeting, 3 p. in.
Speaker, Kev. S. L. Boyee. Snlviition
meeting, 7:15 p. m. Week night meet
ings, every night except Monday ami
Thursday. Ciipt. and Mis. Kelso.
H. C. Stover, minister, Morning ser
vice nt 11 o'clock, Sundny school ut
10 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 7 p. in.
H. C. Stover, milliliter, Sundny
school at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor
at 0:15 p. 111. Evening service ut 7:30.
Music by tho choir ami mule quintet.
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