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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUG. 31, 1016.
"Salem's Big Department Store"
j? Tomorrow and Saturday
Here's your chance to buy Silk for a new Waist or
Skirt at a great saving. All kinds of the season's
popular Silks in short lengths, from 1 to 4 yard
pieces Messalines, Taffetas, Grograins, Crepe, etc.,
in plain and fancy patterns and colors. For two
daystomorrow and Saturday, yard Q8c
(See the big window display.)
A Sweeping Clearance of
Summer Fabrics This Week
HOP PICKERS NEEDS
Hop-Pickers' Shoes, Hats, Aprons, Women's inexpensive Dresses, Men's
Shirts, Overalls, Comforts, Blankets and all the other necessary needs for the
hop-yard are here in good variety at little prices.
When You Want
Go to MEYERS
TOMORROW and SATURDAY
9 PALUA3 PICTURES V
And the party of players making the i
''lavy Crockett" were caught by an
unexpected suow storm in the moun
tains and kept from all outside com
munication for three weeks. They were
rescued by a relief party and suffered
no serious bad effects from the ex
perience. This picture conies to the
Ye Liberty Theatre tomorrow, Friday
General B. H. Pratt, known as the
father of the Indian industrial schools
of the country is on an inspection tour
of the west and was in Sulcm a short
time yesterday. He is known as the
founder of the Carlisle, Pa., Indian
Althopgh NO years of age, iie
is still active in the ludiau service,
Be lure to get fresh Spices
when you can. Phone 07 for
prompt service. Win. Oahlsdorf
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The Salem Bowline Alleys will be ooened on or
iii about Sept 1, under management of M. L. Patton.
9 Will t A;J. f. n w ...:n
IM be reserved each week for
Short Length Sale
Silks at 98c
15c Holly Batiste, 30 inch He a yard
20c Flaxons, 30 inch 1 13c a yard
35c Reception Yoiles, 38 inch 19c a yard
65 Pongee Printemps, 36 inch 38c a yard
$1.00 Imperial Voiles, 36 inch 69c a yard
50c Stripe Voiles, 36 inch 29c a yard
Various patterns and colorings of the season in a
wide variety. See the window disolay
m w a o
.Fairbanks Declares Huerta Should Have. Been Recognized
i'O 'y FRIR0RNKS HOME MiriDlflNfiPOLtSy
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Indianapolis, Iud., Aug. 31. Declnr-
in tor protective tariff that would
insure against a "commercouil invasion
which would paralyxe American Indus
try and blight our happiness," and con
demning the "vacillatiug" policy of
the Wilson administration as regards
Mexico, Charles W, Fairbanks this aft
ernoon accepted the nomination as the
candidate for the republican party for
Fairbanks came out with a flatfooted
ladies and escorts.
Doolittle & Bergholz, Props.
statement that President Wilson should
have recognized (iencrol Huerta as
president of .Mexico.
"It was our iminifest duty to have
recognized Huerta as the president,
either do Tucto or do jure," said Fair
banks. The notification ceremonies were held
on the lawn of the Fairbanks home, be
ginning at 3:30 p. m. Senator Lawrence
Y. Sheriunn, of Illinois, delivered the
notification speech. W. R. Willcox, re
publican national chairman; A. T. Hcrt,
western campaign manager, and Frank
H. Hitchcock were present.
Fairbanks' tariff statement occupied
nearly balf of his brief address.
licgnrding the claims of the demo
crats that President Wilson has kept
the country at peace, ho said the claim
was too broad, for "there has been real
war in Mexico, due to our own aggres
The notification today was a barbe
cue of old fashioned flavor. The day
was a holiday in Indianapolis, and there
were parades by marching clubs and
other events. Senator Sherman o.f Illi
nois, made the principal address. The
ceremonies took place on the lawn of
Mr. FnirbankV residence, which is one
of the show places of In.liaiuiiiolis. Mr.
Fairbanks w ill begin a campaign tour of
Jamea T. Chlunock, superintendent
of water division No, 1, has gone to
I Lakeview on business connected with
the water hearing now being held by
' the circuit court there. The court has
declined to remand the proceeding of
1 the state water board fur the taking
'of further testimony.
All Around Town
Aug. 31. Dr. Howard H. Rus
sell, founder of Anti-Saloon
League, address at First
September 4. Labor day.
Sept. 7-8-9. Willamette Valley
Tennis Tournament, Salem.
September 9. Barnum & Bail
September 11. Monthly meet
ing Salem Floral society, Com
Sept. 18. Opening day of city
September 20. Monthly meet
ing Commercial club. Address
by Hiirwood Hall.
Sept. 25-30 Oregon State Fair.
The bridge across Mill creek on
North 14th street is closed for repairs.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glasse
M correctly. U. S. Bank. Bid'.
Harry Stenatrom, who has been act
ing as assistant to H. H. Campbell, lo
cal agent for the Standard Oil com
nanv. has been transferred to Ontario,
where he will have charge of the oil
Drink Cereo, the liquid food, the
health drink. Ask your grocer. tf
The plate glass was placed in the
Wexford building on Court street this
morning and within a few days the
building will be reaav tor the occu
pants, the Geer & Kreuger furniture
Quality stands first at Hartman Bros.
Co., quality jewelers.
Arguments in the my paving plant
case will not be made until tomorrow.
Attorney Trindle was operated upon
yesterday tor the removal ot his ton
stls, and was not able to appear in
Salem's finest and largest jewelery
store is Hartman Bros, company.
As several of the band boys will play
with McElroy at the Astoria regatta,
there will be no band concert tomor
row evening at Willson park. The
next concert will .be Tuesday evening
of next week.
Dr. T. H. Thompson specialist, eye,
ear, nose and throat. 414 Bank of Com
John Watson, in charge of the golf
links of the Illahco club was in Kugene
vestercluv inspecting the greens. Wit.i
iu a short time he expects toxput the
finishing touches on the greens nt the
Autos for hire, passenger and bag-
gage transferred, rates reasonable,
country trips a specialty. C. G. Jlc
Klroy, Phone 047 or 039. septl
Superintendent Hale of the state
training school for boys confiscated
some tobneco a few days ago which
is said to have been dropped for the
boys by prisoners while on their way
to the 'flax fields.
Go to Derby's for Crawford canning
peaches '4 mile east of Kniscr school
house. Frank Derby. aug31
Elizabeth Schoffen will lecture in
Hvnn's hnll Wednesday September !
at 2:30 o'clock to women only and in
the evening nt 7:30 o'clock to the gen
eral public. She has given 30 lectures
in Portland churches since the first of
Bring your agates Lome to be pol
ished. Gardner & Keene, Jewelers,
A special of seven coaches on the
Oregon Kloctric brought hop pickers
from Portland to Hopiiiere and Lives
ley today. Sunday a special of nine
conches nnd two bngghge cars will
leave Portland for Livesley and points
While others are reducing we are
increasing our stock. There's a rea
lont ask us. Gardner & Keene, jewel
ers and opticians.
Sixty head of Holstein cows and
heifers were sold in an hour and a half
at a sale held this morning nt Chema
wn. There seemed to be plenty of
money and a willingness to buy ami
ll brought high prices. The sale was
by auction and was conducted by 11
For Sale Am going to leave, will sell
my Stndebnker, 1 i 1 7 model at a sac
rifice. See it at Vick Bros
Even if there is railroad stri-Ve,
there will be considerable traveling by
automobile for some time. One expert
on the gasoline proposition estimated
thnt the Standard Oil people had stor
ed with a radius of 15 miles of Snlem,
at least 80,000 gallons of gasoline,
which he figured would keep things
moving for several weeks.
I will collect first 5 days of the
month at 4: X. Liberty St. Effie K.
Wright, clerk, Women of Woodcraft.
A. Ik Wallace who is now In Los An
geles, writes friends hat he is not
studying engravSjng, but that he (is
preparing himself to become an optome
trist and that he expects to engage in
the optical business as a practical i
ticiau when he return"i this winter.
For Rent National Cash Registers
for hop picking season. Room 10 Opera
Bouse. D. M. Stever. septl
They aie aU talking about Salem's
i best 5 cent cigar Hygrade.
A warrant was issued today for the
! arrest of J. M. Briukley of Wacomla on
: a charge of assault and battery. The
; warrant was sworn out by Mrs. Brink-
E. A. Johnson, who lives north of
town, was arrested yesterday on com
plaint of his brother, C. H. Johnson,
who alleges that his brother threaten
ed him with violence. Johnson will
be given a hearing before Justice of
the Peace Webster tomorrow.
Corn is showing up fine around Dal
las, according to parties in today from
that part ot Polk county, ine gener
al opinion is that corn has never look
ed better in tiie northwest and thnt
with the regulation weather for the
next three weeks, a large percentage
will be ripe.
Sam Strom of Darnngton, Washing
ton, a village m the Cascade moun
tains 200 miles from Snlem. has writ
ten to Chief of Police Welsh stating
that about a week ago a carrier pigeon
came to his place with a band about
its leg upon which was a date and the
name of Salem. Oregon. Strom wants
to hear from the owner of the bird
Members of the Salem Eifle club will
dike part in an official shoot at the
Finzor range Sunday. Krag-Jorgen-sens
recently sent to the club, 'M in
number, will be used ami also the gov
ernment ammunition. The shooting
will be according to the rules of the
war department ami an otnciai recoru
will be kept of nil scores.
Because of the impending strike all
passengers who will not reach their des
tination by 4 o'clock Monday morning
are urged to delay their trip, as they
may be subject to serious delays and
the Oregon Electric or Southern Pa
cific will not be responsible for loss
or the inconvenience of travel. The
strike if called will be effective at 7
o'clock Monday morning.
Carey T. Martin and family will re
turn this evening from a months' stay
at Belknap Springs. While climbing
on top of a mountain, Mr. Martin
claims to have discovered nn unnamed
lake. N'o won! has been received as
to whether he intends to name it, or
refer the matter to members of the,
national geographic society
Fred Moore, charged with giving to
bacco to boys at the stute training
sc hool, was brought before Justice of
the Peace Webster yesterday and fin
ed $1. The sentence was suspended
pendina aood behavior. Moore is said
to hav given the boys tobacco while'
engaged in hauling wood to the school
Superintendent Hale entered the com
The funeral of Charles E. Bier was
held this afternoon under the auspices
of the local Elk lodge from the chapel
of Webb & ( lough. Burial was in tiie
t'itv View vemetery. The pall bearers
were Watt Shipp,' Ed Baker, Wm.
Burghardt, Jr.. William Bross, William
Esch and William Evans. According
to the report made to the Oregon board
of health .by the attending physicians,
his death was due to typhoid fever.
Come on with your oats stories. Ed-
ward Dunnignn of Howell Prairie was; assuming very serious proportions. Our I
in the city yesterday with a report! principal industries, many of them, will;
that on 14 acres the yield was 1200'be obliged to close operations, if re-
bushels, a little over S'i bushels to thclief js not obtnined to a considerable
acre. lie says tnar a neignoor aver-
aged 31 bushels to the acre and that
nccording to his figures, the difference
in yield was due to the tact tnnt Air.;
Dunniirnn has a number of cows and
a manure spreader, ami his neighbor
Ike Patterson who lives just acrossl ,;n au,i camps is imminent unless a The result, though disastrous to him,
the river near Eola was in the city yes-; supply 0f cars is furnished a", once, was provocative of a series of highly
terday, boasting thnt he had the bestrpj,e tosing 0f this one mill alone : amusing but dangerous situations,
hop yard in the ..country and that h'Sjnieans the loss of employment to over:w,jeh were finally cleared up bv the
cornfield could not be bent anywhere! 2-0 )1)PIli ami a j089 0 pay-roll t0 this i intervention of the militia,
in the west. Mr. Patterson is a six-oitv of ,m 5,000 per month. The Chcr- jonn nines, nn extremelv clever
footer and then somis, yet he says his
com towers several feet above him
even with his hat on. lie took a i'j!
last year at the corn shovv iu Salem and '
is privately or i.ie op.moii ...u ..u
... : 1 1 ...- nn..Mi,i imvr Ilnn0mliii'
Will lime uii.Miit. nvrtv
Th. Tnirt. inr AiifTiisT weamer. rc -
sport for August . eh". c -
to the oft u-ia f "
O. C. T
more than August of one vear ago The
w ml was from the north 21 days of ,
the month, from the south seven days,
and from the west two days. The time'
of taking the official record is 5
o'clock in the afternoon and this shows
that 17 davs were clear and i-t .wereiius snuaimu nr ''i mvi.n.a.... ,
cloudv. ' : than we do, but we cannot refrain trom,
Tailure of the prosecuting witness,!
E Miller, to appear this morning re-
suited in the dismissal by Justice el)-1
ster of Rudolph lletker 'and Mrs. Elsaj
Miller, who hajl lieen arresieu mi i cannot oe too strongly nig ui.uu "lwui ny irum ine inig puie i" inu
charge' of adultrv. Their arrest fol-! railroad coinl'any, and we believe that ( al holidays and special events to bo
lowed a trial in the city police court aln. steps you may take to remedy ; observed by the lodge and also on tho
,r.,a nf in.lei.ciit conduct, to .fe.S.- ...Tl..,.t will receive the loval sup-; birthdav of the lodge. Chemckot
Inch thev pleaded guiltv, Betker be-'port of the Salem Commercial Club as lodge No. 1 of Salem was founded Do
ig fined 10 and Mrs. Miller 25. Theft boJj. nI1j the hearty appreciation of ; cember 0, 1S52, and never in the past
couple were arrested in a local room
ing nouse Mouuny nignt.
! Mondav will be observed as
kite day by children in all partsjnf the
countrv and just to get in line with the
national observance, children are invit-;
ed to bring their kites to the Albert I
Park Playgrounds and get in on tie
pleasures of kite flying. There is noj
limit as to siie or shape or length
tail, or whether the kite has any tan
at all; or it may be of the Chinese
stvle which is mostly tail. Girls are
qualified as kite flyers as well as boys,
just so thev have a kite of their own.
. maM Md.AnaA will A AAtjutl
by H. S. Gile i Co., made necessary by i ( tne Albany commercial club,
the large amount of Pheasant brand, h(,en appuinted secretary of the Mo
louanberrv iuice tiie company has stor-iiine. iii. Commercial club with a sal
a. I i snt'lnn.f'.ass bottles. To fill theilrv of .'1.0o0 a vear. A letter was also
orders already booked, the company
has stored ten times the amount of lo -
: COURT HOUSE NEWS t
! Marriage licenses have been issued
i nt the county clerk's office to Orin
Aloir.o Copeland and Laura Jsabelle
; Isom. both of Brooks, and to Peter D.
Nissen and Kosalia 11. Skonetzkni,
both of Mt. Angel.
Time in which to file an appeal to
the supreme court has been extended to
September 11 in the case of Dorothea
Stool, administratrix of the estate of
Oluf Olson Stool, deceased, against
the Southern Pacific railway company.
A decree of divorce has been granted
by Judge Galloway in the case of .los
sph Fliegel vs. Josephine 1'liegel. The
defendant is awarded custody of the
two minor children, but the plaintiff
is to be permitted to visit them or to
receive visits from them.
Alice Martin has asked for an order
of the court permitting the two minor
children of herself and Jesse Martin
tu visit her at her home in Mill City
nt such time as the children may de
sire to do so. Judge Galloway has cit
ed the defendant to appear and show
cause why such order should not be
The petition of Lonis Webert, guar
dian of the estate of Jacob G. .Miller,
incompetent, that le be permitted to
use if.'iOO from the estate tor use in har
vesting a crop of hops, has been grant
ed on condition that C. F. Bremer, ren
ter of the property, shall give a chat
tel mortgage to the guardian on said
The county court has approved the
bond of Anna C. Bond, Charles K. Gee
Inn and Dun E. Powers, executors of
the will of the late Patrick Geelan,
who hud property to the amount of
The will of Joseph A. Dodge, de
ceased, was admitted to probate iu the
county court this morning. The value
of the estate is 25(I0. M. B. Krom
ling and Agnes Estelln Kromling are
named as executors, and August Will,
John Scholl and M. C. Crittenden as
The will of George W. Stephenson
was filed for probate in the county
court this morning. The property has
a probable value ot o000. it is aske.l
thnt Alice R. Stephenson be named as
executrix anil tnnr jonn -uurinv,
Ryan and Earl Gibbons be a pointed s
J. H. Farrar has been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Lena
!,.i,ulz. August Huckestein, Paul Mil-
ler and Estella Taylor have been ap
Salem Commercial Club
Writes of Conditions
Under date of August 31st, the fol
lowing letter has been addressed to
the Public Service Commission by the
Commercial club relative to the car
shortage in this section:
''Puldic Service Commission, Salem,
"Gentlemen: The Salem Commercial
Club notes with satisfaction the efforts
on the part of your honorable body to
relieve the present shortage of cars in
this section, and desires to assure you
that this organization stands ready to
lend you its active support in any way
possible to bring about a speedy solu-
tion of the difficulty,
"The condition in Salem is rapidly!
uegree mi ieui, buiuh ir m-.i
''The ( has. K. Spaulding Logging
company, or tnis city, reports n snort -
age of forty-one cars to date. Their
operations are controlled almost en -
tirelv by their ability to make rail !
shipments, and a shut-down of both;
Flouring Mill reports a short -
age of ten cars. Their storage facili -
,;,, an? rpidlv being filled to capacity1
nn(l ull,csg reHi,f CHn oMaim,a at
h .j, ,g 0 tioll wiu hnve to
be discontinued. Other firms are suf -
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;w e re receiving complaints from Var-
ions n.rces even- day.
provide cars prom-
. it'iiiiir iii h uriaitr ur il-mi-i 1101:11-.
- 0 . " . . - -
uin.ugu i.mu.m v .u nium y . ..,
etc and the tot. . loss , to hj. con,
nuiuity will be very serious indeed un-
less some immediate action i. taken by
the railroad company.
'--No doubt your body understands
i suggesting tout su general u ii"n6
as now obtains throughout this section
snouui nave oecu juresceu u i
Southern Pacific Company, in our
opinion the seriousness of the situation
every busiuess man in Salem.
SALEM COMMERCIAL CLUB.
Hv Ivan G. McUnniel. Mgr."
gauberry juice that it did one year ago
The storehouse to be erected will be
on oaed ground from the Oregon
Kleotrii- and will adjoin their present
waroi1mse on the south. The permit
otitaKI,n m,t this morning at the city re
comer s oiiice tuus iui n ",uij
structure, worn win ocgin uc.i wen.
According to word received today,
M. J. Duryea, who for several years,
was secretary of the Eugene Chamber
.- , ... . . . n.t.l alla.u-flnld mil lllltf T I
I to Mark Woodruff of the Portland
' Chamber of Conancree giving the in -
Catarrh means inflammation
Inflammation is the stagnation
of blood the gorging of the
circulation with impure blood
Of course you can't be well under
this condition. It means, headaches,
indigestion, kidney trouble, coughs,
A nutrition in
creases the circulation, invigorates tbc
system, removes the waste mailer and
brightens you up.
Over 44 Years
Of service to the public entitles it to a
place with you.
It Makes Good
The Peruna Company Columbus, Ohio
You can get Peruna In tablet form
EDMUNDSON & BURNER, Props
Phone 9o!) or 1253
Leaves Salem, cor. State and
Liberty Street daily, M:0il a. in.,
11:00 a. ni 2:30 p. in. an.)
i:UO p. m.
Leaves Independence opposite .
i'ostoffice daily. ::
9:00 a. in., 12:30 p. in., 4:00 p. m.
and 7:00 p. m.
Extra Cars for Country Trips.
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The story of 'Tlie Cub" is a highly
diverting one. At the time of some
bitter feuds in Kentucky a newspaper
editor desired a special story, and as-
; pigm-n u ne, voting rcpurier 10 mo
i job. lie, clever mid deliSnnir, pronipt-
; ly got himself in a terrible mess by
( railing in love with one girl who wan
; prominent on one side of tho feud, anil
1 getting himself fallen in love w ith by
another girl who was on the opposite
; comedian who has made n great reiiu-
; tatiou for himself in World Kilm
features, has a part in which he fairly
reveals as the cub. There are other
highlv finished players iu the; cast.
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' "'The Cub" will be presented at tho
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Snturdnv; there will 'also be a good
comedv bill, don't fail to see tho
Monkey Pictures, a laugh from start
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JJggg lQc, tVeMngS ISC,
formation of -Mr. uuryea s new joi.
f f ; s activities iu commercial club work
m ijregon cover a period oi uuout. sv-
: Cll years.
- The U. S. flag, nine toy elgmeen leet
Sj,IHt received by the Odd Fellows lodgo
K4 years has the lodge failed to hold,
its regular meetings. It is one of tho
first lodges founded in the northwest.
The charter came from Baltimore -
l round Caoe Horn, with a delay of scv-
ertti weeks at Honolulu. Noue of tho
,-hnrter members are nowliving. John
. j. Wright has been a member of tho
- lodge longer than any other, man in
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