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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUG. 15, 1916.
"Salem's Big Department Store"
Mooneys and Billings Laugh
- ed Over It Given Time
to Secure Counsel
Will Make Many Addesses
and May Possibly Visit
School Board Will Not Build Garretson Says Transporla-
Two and May Get Around
, Erecting the Other
tion Would Be Paralyzed
In that Time
Biggest Dress-Values of the Season
A Sale of
A worthy sale of the season's new Dresses of marquis
ette, voiles, lawns, etc., in ruffie, embroidery, lace trim
mings, plain white, white with colored embroidery and
figured patterns-all new styles, and worth more than
we ask. Take your pickcommencing Monday. . If 3.98
See the window display.'
Tomorrow Our 808th Wednesday Surprise
Turkish Bath Towels, 3 for 25c
These Towels will be sold in a hurry for they're so unusually priced. House
wives should supply present and future towel needs at this sale tomorrow.
Good sized, 18 by 33 inches. Selling at almost double this price in most
stores. On sale tomorrow, 3 Towels for 25c. Not more than six to any
one customer. Sale starts at 8.30. See the window display.
Special Low Prices on
An Immense Sale of Women's Pumps
Continues Another Week. -Dozens of good styles in tans, black, white and com
bined leathers patents, dull and suede finishes. You'll be surprised at such
footwear bargains. We offer to Salem buyers. Keep your money in Salem
and get bigger value.
One big lot of Pumps
Another lot, your choice
And another, very good,
When you want
All Around Town
Chen inn Hand Concert, Willsou
Turk, S p, in.
August 17. O'hcrriuii dunce at
August 17. Iowa duy ut ulato
Ag. 25. Cherriun excursion
September 4. Labor day.
Sept. 18. Opening day of city
Septombor 20. Monthly meet
ing Commercial club. Address
by Hnrwood Hull.
Sept. 25-30 Oregon State Fair.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glasse
M correctly. U. 8. Bank. Blda'.
A car loaded with lumber jumped
the track yesterday at t'ne log ilmnp
in West Salem, but there was but lit
tle damage done and no one wns hurt.
Drink Cereo. the llnutd food, the
- health drink. Ask your grocer. tfl
U. S. Rider of the Salem post office
force with his son llcnjnmiii, and Cur
tis Mohney spent Saturday and Sun
day fishing on upper North Siintinm,
making a catch of ;IX0.
Bring your agates home to be pol
ished, Gardner & Keene, Jewelers,
The Dip is the thing, since the reg
ulation summer time has arrived. Yes
terday more thau 000 dipped and now
the Riverside Dip presents a gay scene
every afternoon and evening.
- While others we ireauclng we rethe Hiigh. He is now located at Butte
Increasing our stock. There's a rea-j
on I ak us. Gardner It, Keene, jewel
ers and opticians.
' O. W. Eyre has returned from his va-
a'ation and is paying (I) per hundred for
Several Lines of Women's Bathing Suits 3j
50c a Pair
$1.00 a Pair
choice $1.95 a Pair
Several good davenports to sell at
sale prices. lluren & Hamilton.
E. L. Buchanan, of Rosville, who has
seven acres of beans, is short of pickers.
He is now advertising for help to take
care of his crop.
A few Opal ranges here which miistlnc wi" ,n,i1 u .i,,u "e 01 'he lead
be sold at once. Huron & Hamilton.
O. E. Lnzendorfer, at one time pian
ist at the Wextord theatre, lias accept
ed a position with a movie theatre at
Hillings, Molilalia, according to a let
ter received today.
It is worth ten to twenty premiums
to have your coffee fresh roasted. Wm.
Gahlsdnrf, Phone 07.
Officer Varney of the police force
I will leave for Newport Thursday to
speuii it vacation or nvti weeas.
O. W, Eyre has returned from his va
cation ami is paying $0 per hundred for
The E. J. Allen family leaves today
for Woodburn, whore Mr. Allen has
charge of an agency for the Ford auto
mobile. "Steve" is making good as
an auto salesman.
O. W. Eyre has returned from his va
cutiou and is paying il per hundred for
Here Is good news for housekeepers
who prefer to eat their own canned
fruit during the winter season. Sugar
dropped 25 cents n hundred yesterday
in New York and the same thing hap
pened in Salem.
Buy your dishes now before the sale
prices are withdrawn. Huren & Hamil
ton, J Word was received today from W.
jH. Maedcr well known in musical cir-
cles and who was formerly pianist at
Montana, and writes that he is on top
of the prosperity wave.
Several good mahogany bed room
suits, roloninl aud Napolean designs,
at very low sale prices. Buren & Ilanv
Shipley's Dollar Week end specials
for Friday ami Saturday. See Friday's
Why live In Chicago when living Is
cheaper in Salem The Chicago price
of milk was lately raised to cents
a quart yet in Sulc,m may be seen the
sign in a meat market, "fresh milk, 5
cents a quart.
Only a short time more to procure
that trunk or suit case at sale prices.
Huien & Hamilton.
Clarence Shaw, a Salem boy who left
here several weeks ago to seek his for
tune in eastern Washington, has writ
ten home that beginning September 1
mg clothing stores at Aorta lakimn.
A fine combination gas and wood
burning malleable range to lie sold very
cheap. Huron i!c Hamilton.
There seems to he plenty of wor'.
for those who are willing to work. Ivan
G. McDiiuicI, manager of the Commer
cial dub received an application today
from the owner of a bean farm, to
the extent that 20 women were wanted
Apply at the Commercial club.
Good Templars meet. The Good Tom
plars will meet this evening at S p. in.
All members are requested to be pres
Yesterday the thermometer at the O.
C. T. dock awoke to the fact that we
are now in this midst of our summer
and registered M above, the highest
for the year.' 1 he rivet held even at
of a foot above 7.1T0' and with half of.
the mouth passed, there has been onlv
.12 oi an inch rainfall. Last August
there wasn't even that much.
Bemifit for itenendents Comrumv M.
Silver tea at Y. V."C. A. over Roth
Grocery Wednesday afternoon. Come
and bring your friends.
Chicago and other eastern points can
not compete with a , coffee roasted
twelve to eighteen hours before your
order is delivered. Wm. Gnhlsdorf,
Three former prisoners in the Ore
gon penitentiary werr returned to the
institution Saturday night. Arthur
Taylor alias Bruce I'ac.ksrd and Thom
as Williams alias Thomas Dean were
brought back from the Washiugtwi
penitentiary at Walla Walla. Taylor
is an escaped convict and Williams is
a pr-.role violator. Both men got into
trouble with the Washington authori
ties after leaving here. The third man
returned was Harry Campbell, a parole
San Francisco, Aug. 13. On the plea
that they are not represented by counsel
and have not been able to secure the
attorney whom they want to defend
them, i nomas Mooney and bis wife.
I Rena, under indictment for murder in
i;uiimi;:iiuii wiin jine prcpareuness uay
bomb explosion, today attained a post
ponement oi their arraignment.
The couple appearel in the court of
Superior Judge Griffin, who allowed
them until Saturday to secure counsel.
They are said to be seeking the services
of frank V. Walsh, of Kansas City,
former chairman of the United State
industrial relations commission.
Warren K. Billings, another bomb
suspect, also asked for a continuance.
His attorney, K. H. Lcmnsney, was in
structed to be ready to enter a plea to
morrow, when Israel Weinburg and Kit
D. Nolan, the other defendants, will
the Mooneys and Billings today
laughed and joked in court, apparent
ly not taking the situation seriously.
l COURT HOUSE NEWS t
Hunter's licenses have been issued by
the county clerk to J. B. Hinkle and 1).
G. Dinger, both of Salem, and to Floyd
M. Shepherd, Carl Shepherd, Herman
Lundwig and W. T. Hogg, all of Scotts
Mills. Angler's licenses have been is
sued to H. 8. Belle and 13. K. Carrier,
both of Salem.
The amount of tax due on the inheri
tance of E. Murphy Smith, of Jeffer
son, daughter and only heir of the late
Francis 1). Murphy, has been estimated
by the county court at 100.72. The
value of the estate as appraised is 22,
805.92. County Judge Bushey has given it out
that owing to being too busy he will
be unable to attend a meeting of the
judges of the laud grant counties to be
nem at tugene.
An appeal to the supreme court has
been taken in the injunction case of
Daniel Webster vs. County Clerk Boy
er, to proveHt the clerk from printing
on the ballot for the coming election
the name of K. G. Wygant as a candi
date for justice of the peace. The ap
peal is maile ror the purpose of determ
ining 'the tenure of office of justices of
Howard Hall, superintendent of the
Salem Indian school at Chemawa has
accepted the invitation of the Com
mercial club to deliver an address at
the next monthly meeting September
The Astoria Regatta committee
writes the Commercial club suggesting
that Salem get busy and hold a voting
contest and elect a maid of honor for
the 21st annual regatta to be held
in that city September 1, 2 and K
John C. Croiinn, a club man of Port
laud, has been nppointd admiral of t'ne
The navy department is also out af
ter recruits since the passage of laws
that will greatly increase the number
of men required on the fighting ships.
The recruiting station will probably be
in the post office building in the rooms
formerly used by the marine recruiting
The man who was taken up by the
police Saturday night on a charge of
being drunk and disorderly, and whose
mental faculties were not sufficiently
Unclouded yesterday morning to make
a pleading, admitted his guilt yesterday
afternoon and was fined !() by City
Recorder Elgin. He will have until
September 1 to make payment.
Fred S. Bynon has Been appointed
editor of the Crazy Corner of the Cher
riun Gazette and Mursht'lold Mnrsh
mallow, to be issued by the Cherrians
while en route to Coos bay. Besides
general information of a personal na
ture, the Corner will contain poems
written Ivy Mr. Hyiion of the ,1. V Hit-
comb Rilcv stvle.
Postmaster HucV.estein is once again
sending out notices to those living on
the rural routes that each Ikix is re
quired by law to have the name ami
number. " The postal law reads: "The
name of owner and number of box'
should be marked on it. Good service
without the name or number on each
box is impossible as there are often
occasions when n substitute must do
Mr. and Mrs. James DicVensdn ofjed by congress will speak hctore the
Butte. Montana, after a short visit in j Portland Chamber of Commerce on the
the citv with relatives, left yesterday i evening of August 10. He is the edit-
for their home. Mr. Dickenson is a
brother of Mrs. A. A. Mickel and Miss!
! M. V. Dickenson of this city. He was
Iborn in Salem, lived his early boyhood
days here and is now cashier for the
iii.n.l Cm, nor Minim; cnmivnnv.
having been with this company tor the
past 17 years.
The committee appointed by King
Uin.r l),...k,.lin..h tn handle the daifce
Thursday evening at the armory is! Governor Withycombe is in receipt
busv thinking up some new stunts'and 0f a letter from Gus Holm, president
preparing to have things arranged in of the Yellowstone Highway associa
order that everybody will have a good I tion, asks the co-operation of Salem in
time. The public appreciated the ef-1 the formation of an automobile circle
forts of the committee at the Inst i tour that will include Denver, the
dance and it is expected that a record I lirand Canyon, Los Angeles. Sun Fran
breaking attendance will be on hand eisco. Salem, Portland, Seattle. Spo
for this last iitnev dance before the kane and Unite. Each town will hen-
Cherrians leave for JMarshfield.
Ebrin Everett Chloman. 17 year old'uro rata in the expense of the gene
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Chip -
man of Portland, and a nephew of
Charles and Harry Elgin of the Salem
citv recorder's office, broke a verte -
bre in his nevk SundaV when he dived
into the river at Monroe, aud died this!
Washington, Aug. 15. President
Wilson will go on no campaign "stamp
This was definitely decided at a
luncheon today, tendered by the presi
dent and Mrs. Wilson to members of
the democratic campaign committee.
From time to tiine'the president will
accept invitations to deliver addresses
in different parts of the country, but
the only trips decided so far are Ilodg
inville, Ky., Septeber 4, and St. liouis
September 2 he Will go to Long
Branch, N. .1., where at p. m. he will
receive formal notification of his re
noinination. After the Hodginville speech, the
president will return to Washington to
remain until congress adjourns, after
which he will go immediately to the
summer White House at Shallow Lawn,
which will be the center of democratic
campaign activities until election day.
This was the .program worked out
-Chairman Vance McCorniick said
delegations from it 1 1 parts of the coun
try would see the president at Shadow
Lawn and he would hold regular con
ferences there, except for the occasion
al trips into the heart of the country
to deliver addresses.
McCormick said no plans, yet had
been made for any trip that would car
ry the president as far as tho Pacific
Coast but that he might nceept one of
a score of invitations that have come
to him from const states.
The campaign committee after leav
ing the White House met with the
president's -cabinet in Secretary Me
FORD At ber home 1229 Chemeketa
street, Tuesday morning, August 15,
1 Dili, Mrs. T. B. Ford, wife of the
district superintendent of the Meth
odist Episcopal church.
Besides her husband, she is survived
by two sons, the Rev. Burgess Ford of
Salem and Olin Ford of Portland, and
two daughters, Miss Sadie Ford of Ore
gon City and Miss Ivy Ford of Salem.
The funeral services will be held
Friday morning at the First Metho
dist church nnd will be conducted by
tiie liev. K. T. Avison and the Rev.'
Mrs. Ford was born in Tennessee and
wns brought up in Arkansns where she
married the Rev. T. It. Ford in 1K70.
They came west in 1SD0 and in the
church work were located at Olympic,
Seattle, Eugene and Portland. Mr.
Ford was appointed district superin
tendent of the M. K. church with head
quarters at Salem last October.
5 TODAY'S BALL SCORES I
8. H. K.
Xew York 0 II .1
Philadelphia 1 2 0
Tesreau and Koesor; Deinarec nnd
R. H. K.
Boston 4 10 0
Brooklyn 1 10 0
Rudolph and Blackburn, Trngrossor;
Marquard and Meyers.
Chicngo-Cincinnnlti postponed, wet
Harmon and Schmidt
Ames nnd Snyder.
R. H. E.
. 1 5 1
.. 0 (I 1
New York O 1
Williams and Haley; Shawkey
R. IT. K.
0 M 1
1 a :t
iohnson and Ainsmith; Kuth and
Thomas, (IS innings.)
Onlv games scheduled.
morning at Albany, where he had been
taken for medical treatment. The boy
was one of u picnic party at Monroe
when the accident happened. He will
be buried here tomorrow afternoon on
the arrival of the 4 o'clock train from
Herbert Myrick, ono of ine authors
of the Rural Credits bill recently pass -
j or in chief of the Oinnge-.luiUl farm
publication niul has i.een acme ror
years in advocating the passage oi
rural credits mil. lie will muKe
. the one address in the nortnwesT aim
! members of the Salem Commercial club
are invited to hear him. Mr. Myrick
was presented with the gold pen with
which President Wilso.i signed the ru
ral credits bill.
lent bv the establishment of such
I circle tour and will 'be asked to share
I ' ruta in tho evoensc of the eeneral
' publicity. Salem's share would be 75.
i The governor referred the communi
leation to the Commercial club.
I Things are moving along in a satis
factory way at the U. S. recruiting)
Upon the recommendation of "Super-
intendent John W. Todd, the board ot
education at its meeting last evening
decided it would not be necessary tonne 4ou,uoo railway men or ine rour
erect extra buildings nt the Grnnt and brotherhoods should be called, the
Lincoln junior high -schools. 'Although
nlnns nnd specifications had been
drawn by George M. Post and contract-
ors had submitted Inns, all Inns were re-
Suiipiiiiteiiilent Todd, working with
i'rinc.ipal .Miller of the Grant school, nr- f0et a strike, when usked how long it
ranged a plan by which the principal's w'ould take to tie up the railroads
office becomes a clnss room and a porch should the negotiations now being con
on the north side enclosed for the prill- ,u,.tel by President Wilson fail. As
cipnl'-s room. A plan was also worked jor the movement of the mails which
out by Mr. Todd and Principal I)ur- woui( ue affected by a strike order,
ham, of the Lincoln school, by which (!nrrotson said the railroads, nut thu
it will become unnecessary to build on ln(,n ,,, ue responsible,
the Lincoln school grounds. n js the railroads that have tho
Although Mr. Todd also hint prepareu
nhi.li whereby it will not be necessary
to build at tlie Washington junior high
school, no definite action wns taken as
Principal Gannett is out of the city. Jhei
opinion of the board and superintendent ,,i8 g ,hl(t is ,he eX(.,19e for
seemed to be that following the plans I evtrv hM oi injustice and oppression,
of Mr. Todd. Mr. Gannett could handle ' -, wfts lhe ,.ase in France somo
the Washington school without the addi- w1r11 )Ht ,; suspended
tion of extra rooms. its constitutional guarantees in order
The bids submitted by con .actors for t e,.,foral tMl.UHiX u;kv.
the three .innior high school bin dings. I ,)0,hups the greatest violation
and which were al rejected as ,t vas ,, rIflh in bile years,
believed they would be unnecessary u - vthing happens where tho
der Mr. Todd's present plans werf rs J " k " ,ve ,
"Tk'so";, WftwTc D no. V "I t i share, they claim that it is an in
M" we t 1 m! ?4,lil4; Dai- dust rial ..-eessity to continue in the
rvmpie & Buley t,772; J. Mollencop. bl state, but the history of civilization
10 i has proven that it is not.
Polk County Pupils $75. I . . . . ' . ... ... ... ... ... ...
The mnno tnninir will be done the
eoniinir year bv Mr. Roberts. He will,
receive 4 for each of the 11 pianos,
those in the grades to be tuned twice a
year nnd the high school piano, three
times during the year. Superintendent
Todd, who recently bought a new car
will be allowed i0 a month for gen
eral upkeep, the car to be-used by Mr.
Todd in the general supervision of the
Pupils from Polk county will liereaft
er pny 75 a venr. The county pays j creasing its capital stock to ,t-",u..,.
40 arid the pupils will pay the balance. Articles of incorporation have been
If the cost of education is filially f ig- filed by the Wilson Siding (.rain k
ured out less than the estimated 475, the Elevator company of lone, with a cnpi
pupils will receive the benefit. tal of 3,000; by the Ritehte Lenz corn-
In figuring the cost of education, : pnnv, of Portland, capitalized tor 10.
State Superintendent Churchill claims ajoOO; by the Wolcotts Millinery of lort
district should not figure in the cost i land, the capital stock of w Inch is .
of the buildings, interest paid on bonds 1 000; and by the Savage Tire corporation
or depreciation of buildings. In other of San Diego, Cal., capitalized tor 10,
words, the cost of education is forlooO. This last named corporation tiWs
teachers, fuel and janitors onlr. The!n declaration of intention to open up lor
Kolnn, l,ni..l nt liien1 inn tnl.-nu Hie
stand that in figuring the cost of edit
eating a pupil, the investment in
grounds and buildings, depreciation nnd
interest on bonds should be included.
The legal phase of this proposition has
been submitted to the board's attorney,
George H. Bingham.
station. Sergeant Richard Donley has
been assigned to the Salem recruiting
office and will remain here perninnnt
ly. Sergeant Schuster left this after
noon for a three days' visit at Turner,
Jefferson, Marion and Albany. For
the convenience of those who cannot
confer with the sergeant during work
ing hours, on Saturday evenings, the
office will be open until 10 o'clock.
Other week days the. office hours are
a. in. until 5 p. m.
There Is a fine of $1000 or a sent
ence of three years in the federal pen
itentiary for the party who is convict
ed of maliciously injuring, defacing or
destroying, or taking away a letter box
or any receptacle used as a letter box.
There seems to have been some doubt
in the minds of the general public and
especially that part living in the coun
try about the seriousness of interfer
ing in any way with a letter box on the
rural routes, and for this reason A.
S. Burleson, postmaster genrnl has been
sending notices to all postmasters with
the information of what is coming to
the party who violates the postal law.
Even a receptacle used by the V. S.
as a lettr box is protected."
Stock Market Indicates
"No Railroad Strike"
New- York. Aug. l-l.-Tlie New York
Evening Sun financial review today
Appreciation of prices marked the
course of trading in the greater part of
today's session, the advances m-i-mii-
panying expnnsion in the volume of I
business from outside source, from
speculative pools and from the ordi
nary trading clement. Railroads, metal
shares and motor issues were featured.
Sentiment as a rule was bullish re
garding the outcome of 'the president's
1 efforts to effect a satisfactory settle
ment ef the differences between the
railroad managers nnd the railroad
workers, a reflection 0f which wns
presented in the active covering by
traders in various parts of the lixt and
a.j,, jm.r,.ase,i demand from coinmis-
Prices in the early afternoon made
further improvement under the infill-
ence of the technical strength of the
market, increased public interest in lhe
speculation and pool
The general character of the business'
suggested not only confidence on the !
part of the substantial interests overj
the railroavl labor outlook, but willing-
ness to countenance bullish trading in
all departments, especially in the rails
which according to the gossip heard in
many well informed street circles,
were in the strongest hands and with
the elimination of the labor factor
would be moved to materially higher
Bonds were in moderate demand -1
investment buying over the counter
was reported. The new international
mercantile marine sixes were dealt in
(ractioa above fJO and a fair inquiry
wiuo issuco in inoitest volume at a
By Carl D. Groat,
(iniiea j-ress JMUir orrespoii.ieni.i
Washington, Aug. M. It a strike ol
transportation oi ine Liiuiied dates
would be paralyzed within a lniniito
after the order was issued, A. B. Gur-
retson or me couuuciors urotnernooa
I Garretson gave this idea of the ef-
, , f . ,.avl.viiiir tho mail." ho
K.-. r i .. r., KalII n-w
W)J 81(,Hia supply men for this. Tho
, 0l. haVp t0 attend to it.
. .t.iMt riiil necessity." Garretson
PTHTC Um VC ML'lUV
The Astoria Finnish Tannery com
pany of Astoria has filed supplemen
tary articles of incorporation at tho cor
poration department changing its naino
to the Western Leather company and in-
In.aMini 111 Ol'OL'On St 1 Olt lllllll. ill UIL
head of its list of stockholders is ine
name of Cluus Spieckles.
State Labor Commissioner O. P. Hoff
has had a sufficient number of the
eighth edition of the Digust of Labor
Laws of Oregon published by Stn'e
Printer A. M. Lawrence to supply noy
nnd all persons desiring a copy. Tho
little" book contains ."52 pages nnd is in
tended to assist employes and employers
to a ready understanding of the Ore
gon laws for the protection of labor.
For the final and complete law interact
ed persons are advised to consult tho
code and session laws of the references
given in the little digest. The personal
suggestions of any individual concerned
are invited by the commissioner. These
books lire for the free use of the pub
lic and will be mailed upon applica
tion. Please to state the number de
sired, write name and address plaii'y
and the digest will follow at once.
Member of Colony Is -
Visiting In Salem
J. T. Warner, a former resident of
Pulem, lint who hint-been lor the past
year a member of the Del Rio Llano
colony in southern California, is in tho
city, attending to business matters. Ilo
reports the Del Rio colony flourish
ing aud after his one year's exper
ience, is entirely satisfied with the in
vestment. Eighteen industries are now
established in the colony including
canneries nnd the manufacture of al
most everything the stockholders need.
A newspaper has lately been estab
lished, and according to Mr. Warner.
.-0.0no fruit trees were planted this
The colony is now organized with
5.000,00(1 stock. To become a mem
ber, one must buy $2,000 worthy of
stock, paying down 1,000 ca-di. The
uniform wages of all is 44 a day, one
dollar of which is applied to paying on
stock, and 3 credited at the colony
The company pays 75 n venr en-di
and 'more if necessary, this being de
ducted from the 4 a day payments,
and will pay entire-amount in cash so
soon as the colony gets on a payiag
After attending to bis business in
the city Mr. Warner will return to Hi"
colony," which now has a membership
of between 800 and 900.
t...T f.ir viurln-French fives.
Money was easy, with the backs
finding'difficultv in placing long time
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