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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 27, 1916.
BEN IS! SHOWS A
Sends Everything Listed in This Outfit to
Your HomeThen $10.00 per Month
Everything you see in these rooms, including floor coverings, for One Hundred and Fifty Dollars, and a
years time to pay it. -
This $150.00 outfit has solved the home furnishing problem for scores of people.
Particularly for young married couples who have wanted to begin housekeeping with everything as
cozy .and comfy as possible. b
business of Office Increases
1 But Running Expenses
IF IRL IE
Including solid Oak Table, 42 inches
iu diameter, 6 foot extrusion; de
signed just ilS
Four heavy Oak Chairs, made to
match the table iu finish
A handsome, large Buffet, made
with plenty of room for silverware,
linen and china, and equipped with
a heavy plate minor.
Genuine Brussels Rug,
patterns,, size 9 by 12
foot. Priced special
Colonial Oak Dresser, as shown iu
picture, largo and roomy
A Massive Iron Bed, plain, pretty
dosign, quite massive in
appearance and full size..
All That Is Required in a Modern Kitchen.
16-inch Polished Top IDEAL Range :
Two sturdy craft style Chairs, built of hardwood at
Kitchen Treasurer, with two flour bins, two small drawers
and two moulding boards
Mission Bedroom Stand, nice finish.
Small Bedroom Chair of genuine
oak, finished to harmonize with
balance of furniture.
All Steel Spring, with link fabric,
guaranteed a lifetime
Sanitary Cotton Felt Mattress, with
pretty art covering, well tufted'
Craftsman Rug, 8-3x10-0, popular
browns, blues or greens.
While the average citizen is practic
ing economy and demanding loweitax
es lie requires the same economy H the
public officers and though the busi
ness of the county has been greatlv in
creased iu some instances a few of the
office holders h ue succeeded in actual
ly reducing their running expenses.
One instance is the office of Countv
Assessor Hen F. West who conducted
the office of county assessor on such a
narrow margin of overhead expeuses
last year tint Assessor lien Keei.ey, of
Lane county, sent his chief deputy
down to Salem to find out how Marion
county's assessor could handle more
business than there was in l.nno coun
ty for less money.
Iu cistiug over his record as shown
by the warrants drawn and charge 1 to
his account, .Mr. W.st finds that his
record will not only bear close scrutiny
out lie invites the careful citizen
Iu 1!H2, the year before Mr. West
went into office, the tax roll consisted
of.SSS pages of 29 lines each. Tn 101.-.
La j the roll contained S)o2 pages of 30 lines
tljeach, the equivalent ot "So piges of 21)
Jines to tne page. By actual count,
there- were 2,784 more names on the
I miS roll than on the 11)12 roll.
Ju spite of the increase in work in
TRADE IN YOUR OLD FURNITURE AND GET A SQUARE DEAL
E. L. STIFF & SON
We Sell for Less Because Our Expenses are Lowest
Court and Liberty St. Phone 941 ALBANY"
With every Tailored to Order Suit of Clothes.
Place your order now and get 'an Extra Pair of
Tailored to 2
Scotch Woolen Mills
51 S j
Dallas Knights Visited j
Capital City Tuesdayj
nig for George Clark, a convict who es
caped from the fitnto penitentiary at.
Salem .Monday night. I'p to an early
hour this morning no truce of the miss
ing intm had been found in this county.
Dr. H. Charles Dunsinoio of im
pendence has announced his candidacy
ia Biiunu oy mo - . - - - "," , "lr icpuuiicun ticKct for countv
mva i.T :.. Salem, Tuesday even hue The t n ,.i...l ,,. : . ' '
....v ..ti. icaa in , . , " . . i "t it; tumuli; prill
coming primary election.
j Samuel Orr of 1'ortlaiid visited tins'
, week nt tlite linmti .if ii;u ....... ui :
ti .t. . f i . . - " """in
riuseiu, or l s.... nni u M,-i. ...1
ucpiuy gratiti cnancciior or tins district,!
had charge of the conventit
Hsavy Rains In Orange
Section Start New Flood
ti lines to fall steadily and grave rears
of resulting flood losses are felt. . j
I Snow at Sacramento.
I Sacramento, Oil., Jut. 27. Tiie Sac
jramento valley contributed snow to the
1 sevearl hinds of weather in California
..... . . ' todav.
ino last storm went to pieces again All over the Sacramento vallc
una morning. ion is along tne noutn- ,..,, (low for M.veral honrs
e, in iiiu const line ;.o iso'aie , . " hack cist " style. It was the second
and service to San Bernar, 1110 and ot.i- snowstorm of the year in Sacramento,
er valley cities censed. The Santa Fe , t,n ,.. ,... i.i,',,, i,-.,.i 1 :n.
three inches of snow.
(Continued From Page One.)
CURLING IRON KILLS
NEW METHOD IMPROVES IT
2: mm REPEAT IS
to 8iii Diego, almost ready for resnmii
tion of regular schedules, was broken
Telegraph and telephone lines suf
fered. All wires to San Diego went 1 length of time
1 , I u , . , , 5v . "! 1:1 the iia Nevada mountains ! 'i.piid silmr
...,tu ,..,.... u.i.t iu,.imu.i iue itm-. there was 1 heavy snowfall. At the
porary poles there, han Diego is a;KllIIlmit of the mountainS the snow now
badly isolated as it was during too pro- measures nearly sixteen feet.
Many a woman loses the silk v. fluffy
real ,llillilln appearance of her hair
uiioiiyii naiiniiiii use or the not curling
iron. Certainly it can do the hair no
good to dry up its natural oil, singe the
life out of it, making it harsh, brittle,
and dull. And there's no excuse for
Washouta Stop Trains.
Riverside, (al., Jan. 27. All trains
arc annulled on the Santi Fe and Salt
I.nke roads between this city and Los
oous rose during the last Angeles because of the dnini done . " ' Irom r00t
Santa Moftiea reported fe't nig.st'orm The Sta IV ! " T 17.
uns a washout at 1'rido,
gress of last week ?s stornr.
. Lowlands between Los Angeles and
the beaches were inundated. Water
is around the porch steps of cottages in
snmo parts of Coinoton. This is high
er than any floods rose during the last
unusually high tides, with a gale back
ing up water in the Venice canals.
Los Cerritos slough between Los An
geles ami Long Heach is rapidly fill
ing, and the Pacific Klectric bridge is
endangered. Tho Santa Ana river is
ns high as ever and growing, demolish
ing temporary bridges.
Long Beach. Flooded.
Long Deach, Cal., Jan. 27. Long
Heach is again hutling with high
water as a result of another down
pour during the night amounting to
2..")0 inches. Four feet of water is re
ported in the National Hank of Long
jteach building basement and all down
town streets are running streims. Tho
fire department was kept busy during
tho early morning hours responding to
Tho boulevard at Willowville was
under a foot and a half of water for
tho first time this season. Transporta
tion lines are reported still in operi
tion. Advices from the ranchers north
of town indicate that the San Gabriel
and Los Angeles rivers are not giving
trouble as yet, but may be expected to
carry a tremendous volume of water
when the flood runoff from the foot
hills reaches here later in the dav.
About two inches fell Tuesday morn
ing but it rapidly melted and only half 'continuing the use of that destructive
an inch stayed on the ground for any ' instrument, now that we know what
an be accomplished by applying plain
mountains ! 'itiind silmerine.
The use of this harmless product real
ly preserves the life, lustre end beauty
of the hair, ami the curly and wavy ef
fect is perfectly natural looking and
moist captivating. If you've never
tried it, by all means procure a few
ounces from your druggist and use
enough to moisten your hair from root
Scudded Before 90 Mile Gale
But Is Finally Battered
.. ...... '
' .....7iiv.ui ill l li.u, Ill-Ul VUlOll.l,
1 which stopped traffic on the Fullerton
branch. The Salt Lake has a washout
at Collins, near Ontario and is out of
commission. The Southern Pacific md
the Pacific Klectric report their lines
in operation. The rainfall for the
storm up t0 10 o'clock this morning
wus .OH. The season's rainfall is 11.9.
TO BUILD DIWN COAST
brush. The liouid silmerine is neither
gummy nor greasy, but quite pleasant
THIS IS "HATTERS DAY'
fifteen hour period, three md thirty
three hundredths inches of rain had
fallen here. This is a record. Rain con-
Kiigene. Or., Jan. 27. Con
struction men were jubilant to
day over tiie announcement of
H. P. Hoey that L'tiO miles of
railroad will be constructed be
tween Coos Hay and Kurekn,
California, connecting the Wil
lamette Pacific, now Hearing
completion, and the Western
Pacific, which has Eureka as
its northern terminus.
To date tho Willamette Pa
cific railroad, from Kugene to
Coos liny, has cost Jr'9,UU0,0U0,
A road from Cool Hay to
Kura together with the pro
posed lino from Mapleton to
Tillamook, would provide a
coast route between Portland
and 3hn Francisco.
This is "Hatters' day." Tiiat does
not convey any meaning to you unless
yon are familiar with the history of
Union Labor. In the earlier years af-
l. tl.. 1 :.. .i. .
n.i urn .7i:i:i iiitiii ttus in lurce, me
.m..in..ilmi.. I.. 1 ...I 1..
. j .I jvi i. nuun in reit-iiii runes, iifiuiuiy
I tho contempt cases against (.tampers
I; ami other labor leaders, held that la
. I Ixir was a commodity and in article
jTjOf commerce. The ("nited States Su
Jipreme Court sustained this contention.
: Thus the Sherman law intended for the
nrn...!n.i ..:: i .
j. ..I... i tun ui tni.t-iis itus iiiauc n
weapon against them.
The so-called " Anti-Hoyeott Associ
ation" brought suit ngiiiist the Hat
ters of Daubury under the- Sherman
act. The Hatters fought the case and
it was in the courts eleven years lint
was finally decided against them. The
award of ihinnges was three fold and
the total amount was over .fllOO.OUO.
This fight by the Hatters led to the
adoption of the Clayton Anti-Trust
net, which declares that "The labor
power of a human being is not i com
modity or article of commerce."
This .judgment naginst the Dnnbury
Hatters they are unablo to pay, and to-
nay organized latior all over the United
'.States is dointing the pay for one
: hour s work to help pay it off.
lie 1 1
An essential to
health and good
A Standard Ethical Dtntlfriem
End 2c tump today for gtntroul trial packiR ol
itbtr Dr. Lyon'i Ptrftct Dntl Crtam or Tooth Powdar.
I W. Lyo & Soiii, Ine.,5 9 1W. 27th St, N.Y. Cft
A TYRANICAL RAILROAD.
Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. . 2. Clerks
and freight handlers of the Big Four
system went on a strike today to gain
their demand for the right to organ
ize. Organizers said that the trouble
would probably spread over the pntirf
system, affecting 3,500 men but not
injuring the passenger service.
Officials said thev would crush the
union, and the walkout followed dis
charges of clerks for joining the or
ganization. riOHTINO TOR HIS LIBERTY
Portland, Or., .Tan. 27. J. W.
Matthews, former vice consul from the
Netherlands in Portland, today began
his fight for release from pnrole. Con
victed of irregularities in land deals,
Matthews was sentenced from 1 to 10
years in the prison and paroled by
Judge MiOinn, a year ago. Since then
ho claims, his fimilv has made reti-
tiition of about $20,000.
Portland, Or., Jan. 2?. The sailing
schooner Kepent, abandoned by her
captain anil crew of seven men, is to
day wallowing helplessly in the sea off
Cape Lookout. The French bark Bay
ard, thought to line met a similar
fate, is believed to be proceeding slow
ly to Snn Francisco, with her top gal
lant masts by the board. Not until the
steamer Avalon i.rrived at South Bend,
Washington last night with the l(e-
peat's crew was it learned th.it it was
not the Bayard which has been aban-l
doned near Tillamook.
The Repeat left Port Ludlow, Wash
ington, January IS for San Francisco I
with 500.0H0 feet of mixed lumber.!
Cnpt.un .Mackenzie tells a harrowing!
tale of the adventures of the little!
craft in last week's storm. Friday and
Saturday the Repeat scudded under
bare poles before the 90 mile gale, her
master vainly endeavoring to bring her
into the course of coastwiso steamers.
Not until yester.l.iy when the Avalon
was signalled, did the Repent get ns-1
sistauce. Then she was leaking badly,
her rigging was torn to pieces and Cap-!
tain Mackenzie desoaireil .if Lmiiilnir
her off the beach.
The captain h is little hopes that the
cargo and personal effects of tiie crew
can be sae. The tug Tneoutii is be
lieved to be still standing by the
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
A special train bearing 52 members
licateil bv these figures, the cost of of -Mamnon lodge No. !Hi 0f this city
operating tne onice is i
official records tn bnve
11)15 than iu 1912. In 1012. f.in'tntnl loft Dallas at li:50 and returned shortly
cost was ti,iri0.10. At that time tho n,t,t,,r nlinght. During the course of I O. C. Smith has returned from th
tn.x roll w is extended bv another onnn- lf? convention two rnnilirtutes ivore iti-1 lutilsiiliw.t-' i.iu ..4 i n...... t
!ty office but the legislature changed itiated in the rank of Knight. Add res- Smith is rapidly rocovoiinir '
;th,s so that in li)13 this duty devolved es were made by (Innut Chancellor .Mrs. Winnie Braden secretary of tl,
1 upon the county assessor. This brought . Hani Marks of Albany; Grand K.,..jPlk County Fair nsociat uY was
too total expense of the assessors of-, ' Kecords and Seats Walter trienson business victor iu ftll. I ,
:ftce up to .f,710.44 in l!tl1. Deduct- t Portland and Past Grand Chancellor ! dav '
,iiig me amount expended tor labor in: -trans: Unglitinan of Salem. At the
j extending iite roll which was 705 elose of the convention a liirlit lunch
lue iiu.i expense is nrouglit .Jown to
; li.UX'i.-H, or .flU.tiii less than in 1U12.
I This docs not take into account con
isideralde indiceutal expeiw connected
I with the extension of roll amounting
probably to not tess than 50.00 per
I ,vp r.
j Since Mr. West has been in efli.
there has been a constantly ilimiii;,!,
iug number of complaints to come l.c
fore the hoard ot eipiilizatiun. which
the assessor feels is a tribute to, and
ill recognition of, the effort that he has
jiua.le to exercise sliicl fairness and im-
p.irtiatity iu assessing prooerty. Con
tributing to this result also,' is Mr.
West's policy of appointing men ns
deputy assessors, who ate recommend
ed by and satisfactory tu the taxpay
ers in the respective ' localities. This
policy hits' resulted in the selection, iu
almost every -instance, of responsible,
nprescntative mm in nlmm the com
munity litis confidence, md explains in
large part, the assessor believes, the
general satisfaction with his ailmis-
tration. AI r. West is generally busy -in
the field, personally attending to' as
sessment work from Mnii-h 1st each
vear until the 1 ix rolls are ready to
Mr. West has been n resident of Ma
rion county for 25 years and always
has been closely i.leniified with the re
ii-nu uni.t-n.1 T
...... ..iihi, t.. i lust-la, in 1 1; I s.. . . i, i n v (lii...ii tt'....l.
" "-miifcii'ii siit-t-l.
.Mrs. 1. (,. s.ini:letoii of Fulls citv tvim
lit -Dallas visitor .Monday afternoon.
. ' ' Countv Judge John B. Teal who hn
Garage Has Small Tire. ', , (,nfi,, to his home in hull 7!iy
A small amount of gasolene catching ; on account of illness was irt the city
fire in the pit at the Catherwood gnr-j Monday nfteinoou for a short time.
i ge early Tiresdny evening caused an' Judge . , H,-lt .l, .t session
urn in in ne sfiu in nun me rue iigtiting ; "i mo circuit court tor Yanihill count y
el at Me.M ninville this week.
v inline i.eiinaril, n prominent busi
ness mini of Monmouth transacted bn-
I'purntus rushed to the
blaze however, was extinguish
lore tne arrival or tne tne.
and no damage was dune.
A Portland man was put in jail and
will be examined as to his sanity be
cause he wanted to tell the govern
ment how to conduct, the postoffico
department. Vet nothing has been
done about several people who are self
confessed experts on the conduct of
our foreign relation.
sniess m tins city Monday.
C. ('. Margrave f Salem visited relu
tits in tiiis city Monday.
Mrs. II. K. Smith and Mrs. Walter
1.. Tooze, Jr., are iu Portland this wool:.
M. A. Poulson of Portion, I spent tho
first of the week at the home of M.
and Mrs. . A Fiuseth.
Morton KUis uH returned to his lioms
in The Dalles after an extended visit
with relatives ill Dallas.
Mr. mid Mrs. C. I.. Barnes and daugh
ter, .Miss Maude returned the first of
the week from a short visit ill Por
Tiles Suit Against County.
Mayor K. C. Kirkpotrick of the city
of Dallas thtoiigh his attorney Walter
I.. Tooze Jr.. Tuesday filed a complaint
in the circuit, court of this county ask
ing for nil injunction against the col
lecting of an alleged illegal assessment
of five mills against the property lo
cated within the corporate limits of tlii.i
city. The mayor alleges in his com
plaint that as the city of Dallas is n
sepaiate road district the county court
has no rieht. to levy n road tax within
the city. The filing of the suit is thel''"'1 Graves of Biillslun, was a guest ai
outgro.vtli ot much discussion ocr the "" ""mo ot .vi r. ami .Mrs. A. S, (
mutter of the county colectinir taxes 'I"-' first of the week.
within the corporate limits of cities for, .Morris Fovvle a prominent rniicher ci'
road purposes, where the charter of the Airlie neighborhood was a Dallas hus
city creates out of its corpotates limits '"'ss visitor Monday,
a sepnrate and entire road district, and : Uainl Woods, a -student nt the l"ni
e.xcludes the juriiliction of the countv .versify of Oregon at Kugene spent Suii
court upon such mutters. The case will ('".v !lt th home of his parents Mr.
probnbl,; ho heard before Judge Belt at ' M''1- ! jN'T- Woods on Clay street.
an curly date. j
; An Oregon City merchant explains
Sheriff Hunts Convict. i 'I1"' sweet cider he ordered from St.
Sheriff John Orr and other officers! 'leveloped its "kick" on the way
of the county were busy Tuesday look-i ,n '"'"U"11- ibit he hUs not explained
I why he didn't buy Oregon cider.
BE PREPARED FOR EMERGENCIES
WHEN IT'S RAINING BLUE BLAZES AND YOUfc
WIFE'S AUNT ASKS YOU TO GO DOWN TOWN
FOR 7 NICKEL'S WORTH OF INVISIBLE CARPET
TACKS-DON'T TELL HER TO "LET GEORGE DO IT "
GET OUT YOUR UMBRELLA, PUT ON YOUC
RUBBERS AND LIGHT UP A
Body of Eighth Victim
of Slide Recovered
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 27. The eighth
victim of the ( orea snovvslido disaster
was J. H, Wilson, of Vancouver, B. C,
and his body was found buried in the
snow at the scene of the wreck yester
All victims, it is now believed are
accounted for. During tho five days;
search hundreds of tons of now werei
shoveled and blasted away in an effort i
to locate the missing bodies. I
Traffic is going steadily over tne'
Great Northern Cascade route. No fur
ther slides have been reported during
the Inst three days.
NINE DAYS IN THE ICE
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 27 Kdwnnl (J.
Kirschner, his wife, 3 year old son and
Prestly Mayer, aged 18 years, arrived
here today after being marooned in
the ice nt tho mount h of the Sksgit
river for nine days. Kirschner is a
city firem.iu. On January 1() tho party
left Seattle in a .small power schoon
er for a hunting trip and were caught
in ihu freeze-up.
CHINK TALES GERMAN
Portland, Or., Jan. 27. Albert T.
mug, i ninese, roiny wis awarded a
prize by the Confederated Gorman
Speaking Societies for tho highest
grade in the German language among
the grai.i of the Lincoln high school.
coupon in 4 v . v THE CIGARETTE
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