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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, - SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY, AUG. 28. 1916.
RUMANIA, WITH 800,060 TRAINED SOLDIERS, EN
TERED WAR TODAY ON SIDE OF ENTENTE ALLIES
The bread has just as much to do with the
taste of a sandwich as the center.
And you find that the crispest, daintiest, most appe
tizing sandwiches are made with
So Pan-Dandy Bread iS?
For Pan-Dandy, made with the best of flour, with
pure tested milk and baked in modern ovens, is the finest achieve
ment of the baker's art.
Housewives who have heretofore baked their own bread bow buy
Pan-Dandy and save the labor of bukiugv
At all grocers, 5c and 10c,
Look for the label. ilf
SALEM ROYAL BAKERY
240 South Commercial Street
LATE HOP NOTES
W. W. Oapron of Smith & Capron
of Oneonta, N. Y., was at Aurora Tues
day the guest of Henry L. Bents. Mr.
Capron has several contracts for 1918
hops in this section. Mr. Bents took
Mr. Capron on a tour of Inspection vis
iting a number of the contracted yards
spending nearly all day. Mr. Capron
returned to Portland In the evening
well pleased with the hop yards he
Though Thursday was quite worm,
Mr. Capron expressed himself as mere
ly comfortable, sin.e he was accustom
ed to much hotter summer weather in
New York. Mr. Capron predicts a
large crop for Oregon of very superior
hops this seuson and hopes the growers
will insist on clean picking and good
curing so that a prime to choice prod
uct will result. He was not very san
guine concerning the price for this sea
son as tho present outlook seems to
promise a large crop the world over
with consumption somewhat limited by
adverse conditions in America aud a
aroad. Mr. Capron was highly pleased
with general conditions in Oregon, tak
ing the improvements since his visit
five years ago.
Peaches and pears reported very heavy
G. I'ritihard. Portland hop dealer
and grower, who has just returned
from the east, was unable to interest
brewers in his hop crop, though for
severel years he has always sold di
rect to the brewers. Conditions in
the hop market are so unstable that
brewers are exhibiting uo interest
whatever in the coming crop, prefor
ing to await the exhaustion of pres
ent stock, before .contracting for fu
Lakebrook Special trains with sev
eral hundred hop pickers will arrive
here the first week in September for
the Livesley yards. This company has
erected modern apartments costing S,
000, for his Lakebrook pickers. An
apartment will cost $3 for the season.
This includes water, wood and electric
lights. Tiie other Livesley yards pro
vide free tents, free wood, aud good
ramping grounds for the pickers. Last
year the picking at the Lasebrook yard
was doae by a hop picking machine,
but this season all the picking will be
done by hand in all four of the Lives
The Oregon Electric crop report says
that the prevailing recent weather rip
ened all grain and materially aided
the hop crop in the Donald section. All
grain cutting finished and some thresh
ing done; will be general by middle
of week. Keports indicate average
yield 25 to 30 bushels for wheat, 35
barley, and 40 to 50 oats. Hay cut af
ter rain of good quality and yield, but
considerable lost account wet weather.
Hops doing fine. Very little vermin
damage. Some spraying being done.
Potatoes and vegetables look fine.
Picking began yesterday in the Ju
lius Pincus yard of 'i0 acres near In
dependence. Pincus has 250 pickers at
work, paying 80 cents per hundred.
The Pincus yard is the largest f'uggle
yard in the Btate. Picking of his late
hops will begin September 3rd about
the same date that many Aurora pick
ers will begin.
The report of damage to hop yards
by the storm of Thursday in this vi
cinity as published in the Oregon City
papers was grossly exaggerated. No
yards suffered any serious damage.
Heavy foliage has broken more wires
than rain aud wiud.
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Arabian Nights' Tales Vividly
Portrayed in Gorgeous.
All readers and lovers of the Arabian
Xighta may see for themselves the
dreamed of visualization of their fav
orite tales in the great Oriental dis
play, ' ' Persia, or the Pageant of the
Thousand and One Nights" with which
the Bnrnum & Hailey circus will intro
duce each performance in Salem on
Saturday, September 9.
This great production on which Par
nuni & liailey have spent more than n
million dollars, is said to be the largest
and most beautiful tney bave ever
brought forth. The entire pageiuit will
appear here without a change from
the manner in which it won its first
triumphs in the Madison Square liar
den, New York.
The 3,500 costumes used are historic
ally correct anil their glittering rich
ness makes a literal "fcust lor thei
eye." Slielierizude, the beautiful
Queen of Persio, and the chief charac
ters of her wonderful talcs are rein
carnated in the pageant. Forty mas
sive elephants that any eastern poten
tate would have been glad to own ap
pear in tlie procession while the thir
ty camels attended by Arabian nomads
conjure up the vision of the burning
eastern deserts. The music to which
this mighty procession marches comes
from 350 instruments mid its wild and
exotic character is fully in keeping
with the Orieutnl splendors of the!
The thoroughbred horses which are
a feature of this tremendous display,
are 500 in number nnd their trappings
are georgeous and beautiful. Nothing
has been left undone to make it a com
plete summary of the lavish, spectacu
lar life of the Orient in the days of
old and perhaps Shcherizade herself
never really enjoyed a splendor so daz
zling. NEW YORK PASTOR
SUED FOB 1100,000
Thru the Inland Empire
Grand Canyon of Col
umbia American Wonderlands
Glacier and Yellow
. stone Parks
Kound Trips at Low Fares Daily
until Sept. 30 via The North Band
Eoad. Stopover where you like.
North Bank Rail and
26 Hours Sail ;
on the ships of DcLuxe Service,
S. S. Northern Paeifie and Great
San Francisco RTrPd $32.00
From any Oregon Electric Hy. point
Ticket includes meals and berth.
This route saves Time and Money
and is a Delightful Trip. .
Sept. 2i to Oct. 8
From Middle West to Willamette
I sell prepaid tickets.
J. W. EITCHIE, Agent,
made public until today. Only the pre
liminary of the suit was filed. Neith
er Miss Covington nor her attorneyn
would discuss the suit.
A suit for the same- amount wan
brought by Miss Covington agninnt
lr. Hill last fall for alleged breach of
promise. That action is supposed t
have been dropped and tho new suit 'h
believed a renewal of it.
lr. Hill was served at the Union
League club here, shortly at'turwant
leaving for New York.
Chicago, Aug. 28 Dr. John Wesley
hill, New York pastor nnd republican
politician, was named in the Cook eoun-1 Wedding Invitations, Announcements
ty circuit court here Saturday by Miss and Cal'.ing Cards Printed at the Jour
LueilJe Covington, Chicago, but sot nal Job Department.
Some dealers estimate that full 35
per cent of the Oregon hop crop has
been contracted at 11 to 12 cents a
ivound. Little or no Cusinest in fu
tures is being done in Oregon now.
Chelinlis, Wash The western Wash
ington hop crop will be smaller than
usual this year, and the crop about
Chehnlis lighter per acre on account of
the unfavorable season. Aurora Observer.
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(Continued from page one.)
When You Go
to the country, the camp, the
mountains or resort for the
. The Capital Journal
and your paper will be sent
there as long as you want to
stay. Just call for the Circu
lation Department, Phone 81.
now find themselves forced to defend
their eastern border from nttnek at a
moment when they lack men for the
Russian nnd Italian fronts. Allied mili
tary experts are confident that Oor
mnny will be unable to seud any rein
forcements to the aid o'f the hard press
ed Austrians without inviting disaster
on both the Russian and Anglo-French
Some critics Bee as a result of Ruman
ia 'h nctifttl flip cuttino nff nf Rulrrnrin
land Turkey from communication with
their Austro-German allies and their sur
render under economic nnd military
pressure before the end of the present
Declares War on All.
Paris, Aug. 2S. Rumania today de
clared war on the ccntrnl powers fol
lowing a meeting of the Rumanian
crown council, according to dispatches
received here today. i
The crown council went into session
immediately after a meeting of repre
sentatives of the leading Rumanian po
litical parties, former Prime Ministers
and cabinet members and Rumanian fin
anciers. The purpose of this meeting
was to acquaint King Ferdinand with
public sentiment in Rumania.
It is reported in delayed press dis
patches that General Averescu, former
minister of war, will be named com
mander of the Rumanian nrmy.
The latest advices from Bucharest,
nil censored, reported that the Ruman
ian crown council would meet today.
and furthermore reported the continua
tion of preparations for war.
Budapest advices to the London
Hungarian frontier into Transylvania,
long coveted by the Rumanians.
Rumania's entrance into the war
places a thoroughly drilled and equipped
army of nearly (500,000 men alongside
Of the actual fighting value of the
modern Rumanian army nothing def
inite can yet be told as it has never
been put to a test.
During the two recent Balkan wars,
Rumania of all the Balkan states, alone
kept out of the struggle.
The organization and equipment of
the Rumanian army has been praised
by many experts. Rumania's military
service is obligatory on all able bodied
men between 21 and 40 years of age.
This gives the country 50,000 new sol
diers a year and enables Ruinnnia, out
of a population of 7,000,000 to muster
an army of over half a milliou.
Although Rumanian youths liable for
military service do not begin duty until
tney are 21 years of age, as a matter
of fact they arc at the disposal of the
STATE HOUSE NEWS
Complaints of nil inability to get cars
continue to come to the public service
commission. The latest was received this,
morning, from the Newberg Comemrcial
club, stating that the sawmill and silo
plant in that town will be compelled
to close down unless cars can be ob
tained. 'Jliis plant, the principal indus
try of Newberg, employs more than a
hundred men, and it is represented that
its cl-ise-down would entail much loss
and linrdship. "It nppeurs to use,"
suyi the letter, "that the railroad com
pany phould be required to take care o'f
tho business offered." y
"Am asking our superintendent of
transportation to strain another point
in their behalf," writeB General Man-
war after the nineteenth jager Scott of tho Southern Pacific to
the public service commission, referring
From the time they are 19 until they i to tho complaint of the Klamath Man-
are 21 they are obliged to participate in nfnc.turing company of Klainnth Fulls
target and gymnastic drills every Sun- j that they cannot get enrs to meet their
day from April 1 to November 30. requirements.
During the first seven years o'f mili-1
tnry service the men belong to the ac-1 The case of the Chewaucan I.nnd &
tive army. They then pass to tho re- Cattle company vs. the Stute Water
serves, where they serve for 12 years, Board will come up for hearing today
filially passing into the militia for the in the circuit court ut I.nkevicw, ac
remnineiler of their term of service un-1 cording to advices received by .lumen
til they are 4(1 years of age. The mili-1 T. Chinnoek, superintendent of water
tia is supposed to be liable for service ' division No. 1. In this case the com
only in maintaining internal order in pany attacks a decree issued by the vn
the country and in guarding the rail- ter board adjudicating the water rights
roads during war time. ' of the Chewaucan river. The board dis-
This organization gives Rumania a tributed the water between the owners
total of 250,000 first line troops and of the cnttle company and the owners of
about 400,000 reserves. The ergular the Paisley irrigation protect. The cat
Mornine Post todav otioted n nro-Oor- Brmy col",'Hls of 5.MMu officers, 1,000 tie com puny contends that it is the
fliorning lost tooay quotea a pro-uer- mi.it... f,i.ln, i nno or., num.., ..f il, t,.r i, i, ,,.
man paper in Bucharest ns authority for
the statement that the Rumanian prime
minister hail finally decided to abandon
neutrality and cast Rumania's lot with
the allies. Italy's declaration of war
on Gprmnnv vpnterdiiv mnv Imva in.
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S f lueuced the Rumanian declaration. It
was generally understood that Ruman-
military students, 100,000 troops, 25,- owner of the water through prior ai
000 horses, 00 cannon and 200 niuchine proprialion, nnd also that it will re
guns. Part of the army has been mo- quire all of it in the operation of its
bilized for some time near tho Hun- cattle ranches,
gnrian frontier. I
The infantry organizatioa of "first That he will recommend in his annual
Hue troops consists of 40 regiments com- report that the legislature pass a law
posed of three battalions of four com- establishing a standard for a loaf of
TFI I THF TFI FDHHWF
I I.L.L. I I II- I Lft-L-I I IVy I 1 1 J, ia pinnne(j t0 fntcr tne war witn I(aly panics each per regiment. Each regi- bread is the statement given out b)
I"! in May 1915 but the severe defeat of l"cnt hft8 a,8 an "tra comPnny &t a rre(1 Buclitel, head of the stuti
Lost? Found? Help? Work? For Rent? For fr' the Russians at about that time made iTi' toee,her with one section of two weights and measures department. I..
Salem, Saturday, Sept. 9th
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AND THE NEW ORIENTAL PAGEANT
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SCORES DF NEW FQHEIQN NOVELTIES
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ONE 50 TICKET ADMITS TO MLMutgloUg7
Tickets on sale Show Day at Patton stationery store,
340 State St.; same prices as charged at show grounds
Sale? House Wanted? Business Opportunity?
An Auto? A Horse? If your name is in the tele-
5J phone directory .
it seem practically certain that a docla-
macnine gun companies. lbere are
also NO battalions of reserves and 2
ratlnn an. u-,mi1.1 1... ,.1 l....,n.l I...
V. invasion of Rumania bv AtPn.n.;micomP.llnie! of gendarmes.
riteen Nations In War.
vestigatious made by district sealers
show that a S cent loaf of bread varies
in weight from 10 1-2 to 15 ounces, and
ioe cavalry consists of 10 regiments a iO-ceut loaf from ill 1-2 to M ounces,
of Bed Hussars and 10 regiments of The variation of an ounce un a loaf
black Hussars. The cavalry reuimciits makes a difference of approximately
-.-; jvuiuu.un b lurmui entrance mio me consist or lour squadrons for service at lYo,000 in the total breaw output
mi ivair war makes a total of 15 nations now en-! the front and one squadron for depot I
TFI I THF TFI FPHl lllr .Baged. It is possible Rumania's decision work. An ans
I LLL I I IL I LLi-l I IWI lL K'i1""? exert a tremendous influence on The artillery consists of 20 regiments lie servic
Every phone in Salem, Marion and Polk coun- jg
ties connects in an instant with The Capital m
Journal want Ad rnone jno. 01.
i fin r f kulil irrner naninnu4n!nnn
I l. nu uviuuuniionum j CO
Though the allied censorship on Bui-
"un una uccu rr Biriui lur buv
J"it i era! weeks, wireless advices from Ber
lin indicated uneasiness in the uerman
Business J? Q 1
Office t 01
capital over the progress of the dinlo-
matic battle being waged at Bucharest.
it was plain tnat uermany feared Ru
mania would decide to join the allies
after Russia had swept through the
Austrian crown land of Bukowina and
while the allies were preparing for a
great offensive in the Balkans.
The immediate effect of the Ruman
ia declaration in all probability will be
to cause the early withdrawal of the
Bulgarian forces that invaded Greece to
protect the Bulgarian northern frontier
against a Rumanian invasion. The Ru
manians presumably will form a junc
tion with the Russians operating in Bu
kowina and throw an army across the
aswer was received by the pub
rice commission this morninir to
o'f first line troops, each regiment beinif the complaint of Dr. Kuuffinan. the
composed of six batteries of four guns i'orest Grove physician who stated a
each. There are also 20 regiments of short time ago that tho night service
artillery reserves. o'f the Independent Telephone company
In addition there ia a full organixa- at Forest Urove was handled by boys
tion of engineers and transport trains. who went to sleep on the job. The nns-
uumania's cmef reason for entering wer declares that Drl Kauffman is not
the war is the hope of annexing to her
territory the two Austrian provinces of
Transylvania and Bukowina. They are
inhabited largely by Rumanians. While
all the other Balkan states are inter
ested in securing land in the Balkan
peninsula, Rumania' aspirations lie to
justified in his complaint, and that in
adequate night service in the Forest
Grove telephone office has occurred
but twice in a long series of months.
In answer to the complaint of insuf
ficient and faulty water supply filed by
natrons of the istnvtntn Water ijniriir
Btill another factor sparates Rumania I company, the company assures the nub
n. 4l ... 1 T) .. 1 1 -. . . . . . 1
from the other Balkan states, that of
race. The Rumanian prides himself on
being of Latin origin and traces his
stock back to one of the colonies sent
out by Emperor Trojan.
Journal Want Adi Get Results Too
Want Try one and aee.
lie service commission tnat the com
plaints are not warranted by facts.
India increased its rice production
this year by about 21 per cent to a
new high record, although the acreage
was increased less than one per cent
from last year.
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