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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6, 1916,
J osfc Received
Beautiful New Waists
Mad.e "of fine Voile, in all white and in white with assorted color combination
stripes ' All sizes. -
Made of fine imported crossbar Voile, prettily embroidered in black, pink,
blue and lavender. Collar, cuffs and vestee of Jap silk. ; All sizes.
Made of a tub silk in assorted colors stripes and embroidery effects. All sizes.
TO BE HELD IN SALEM
Four Day Meeting Arranged
For, Stars of Northwest
to Take Part
TODAY'S BALL SCORES:
Made of very fine quality sico tub Silk, white ground with black and blue
polka-dots, finished with fine quality pearl buttons.
Made of a very fine quality sheer voile, finished with large cape collar of same
material, trimmed with two rows of fine lace insertion and edging. All sizes.
New White Chinchilla Coats
Made of fine quality chinchilla, belt
ed effect in the latest flare style.
New Children's Shoes
In sizes of 2 to 6 and 6 to 8. Come in
fine velour calf, vici kid and patent
leather.' Button style, with or. with
out spring heel. Especially priced
69c to $1.49
- R. H. E.
Boston : 5 8 0
Philadelphia . 2 7 0
Leonard and Thomas; Sheelian and
J?. II. E.
St. -Lonis 3 9 2
Detroit 4 7 3
Weilninn and Hartley; Covaleski,
Diibuc and Stallage Baker (10 innings)
R H E
Cleveland 3 H 1
Chicago 4 10 1
Boehling and O'Neill; Russell and
National . .
First game R. ,H. E.
Brooklyn 1 ' 4 I
New York 8 0
Cheney, Pell, Mails and Miller; Ben
ton and McCarty.
' Second game R. II. E.
Brooklyn 2 10 0
New York 18 1
Marquard and Meyers; Benton and
; The most spectacular tennis tourna
ment ever held in Salem will begin to
morrow at 10 o'clock, lasting three
days. The "biggest players of , the
1 Northwest have already made entries
and the game will be played under the
rules of the National Lawn Tennis as
sociation and the scores made will be
recognized as official.
This third annual tournament is to
determine the championship of the
Willamette valley and is' held under
the regulations of the United States
Lawn Tennis association at the club's
tennis courts on Center street at the
Oregon State hospital. . .
Heretofore, a few players have
dominated the courts. This year, with
entries from the best players in the
Northwest, the games will be more
evenly balanced and thri old timers are
looking for some spectacular playing.
; Itr is a' recognized fact that 'the
club's tennis courts are considered the
most' beautiful in the Northwest. They
have recently, been re-surfaced with
asphalt and arc now in prime condi
Silver cups arc. to be awarded as
nri7.es in each event, the winners in
j the doubles to receive a cup. each. In
hmior of the visitors, a rtinncr uance
will be given Friday evening at the
Mori nil In, tel.
The playing will begin at 10
o'clock in the morning and will con
tinue trrtoughout the tournament, as
sets "will follow at 11 o'clock, 2 o'clock,
and each hour following. A total of
(18 entries have been made by the- 44,
different players who have entered for
Dr. Prince Byid has been appointed
by George F. Kodgers as chairman of
th. entertainment committee and of-
' ficial scorer. There is no admission
i charges to see Iho games and the pub-
s.. i...o i .,.;in the work of
4h l.it ti.niiin lilnvcrs that haVO CVCr 4, RTijoim fnr iiAvernnoa ilnmninu nil I
Philadelphia-Boston postponed, rain.
First game R. H. E.
St. Louis 2 10 2
Pittsburg 3 9 3
Steele, Watson and Gonzales; Jacobs
Kantlehner and Schmidt. v
. Second eame R. H. E
St. Louis 3 11 0
Pittsbura 6 10 1
' Ames, Lotz and Gonzales; Harmon
San Francisco, Sept. l!.' The state
railroad commission today fixed at $4
News of Special
New Fall Goods Arriving Daily
Get the Best and Buy Early
We always prepare for the different seasons,
by having a complete stock of Clothing and
Furnishings for Men and Boys. We guarantee
to please you.
The Store that guarantees every purchase.
Corner State and Liberty Streets.
by the public service commission this
morning: "The Wood-Cutris company
ot Sacramento received, two cars of
fruit here August 31. Still have more
750,000 the just compensation to be ' fruit In them. Why Bhould
nit- uc jiui mi ticu io uoe rurn un wurt;
houses under prevailing car conditions.
Every car they receive is kept several
days, and used as a warehouse. Ewana
paid by the city of Los Angeles to the
Southern California Edison company for
the company's electric distributing sys
tem in and adjacent to Los AiiKeles,
which Los Angeles proposes to use to:Box company, Klamath Falls."
distribute the electric energy of tnel
Owens river aqueduct. An additional I
Huddleston, of Woodburu, and Archie
Hubbard, of Marquam.
An order has been issued by Judgo
Kelly that the case of Joe Menkes vs.
Southern Pacific Railway company be
removed into the district court of the
I'nited States for the district of Oregon.
The order followed a petition from 1 lio
ucteniluiit for yie change.
' competed in Salem.
Entries received up
to today noon
Gale & Company
Cor. Court and Commercial Sts. Salem, Oregon
George F. Rodgors, W.
' L. MeDougal, F. 1). Thielson, Dr. H H.
j Olinger, Dr. Prince Byrd, C M. t ox,
lErcel W. Kay, C E. Hates,. John W.
! Harbison, Dr. Ross T. Mclntyre, U. B.
Ross, Miss Mary Findlcy, Miss Evelyn
j Reigelman, Mrs.' A. J. Ruhn and Oscar
i0,F?o!nbi,ortlnncl: Miss Stella Fording.
I Mrs W. 1. Northrop, Miss Irene (amp
Ihell, Miss Agnes MeBride, Ralph New
: land, A. H. Smith, .lacie Neer, Hariy
a n Wnkpiitan. .i. ' in,ui"
Commissioner Egerson who held all
the hearings in the case, dissented from
the majority opinion and fixed the val
uation at 4,000,000 with severance
damages of $005,521.
The Southern California Edison com
pany claimed $20,000,000.
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Court House News
Marriage licenses have been issued to
Win. Bedford Smith nud Albert Myers,
both of IM'ferson, Carl V. II ersey, of
Senttle, and Vera Ellen Martin, of Sa
lem, and Clarence Baker Van
An attachment haw been issued in
the case of the HummoHd Lumber com
pany vs. Ueoige and Perry Cameron, do
ing business under the firm iinmo of
the South Sulem Box and Manufactur
ing company at 247 East Miller street.
The amount involved is 41 ,23-1 .I4. Tho
property attached is lumber,
n. .l nil
OtandS in Willi tngland Slyke, of Chelan, Wash., and Krm-U)rol,ertyinterM,,,here'
The county court lias appointed Uuy
O. Smith as guardian of L'nul Johnson,
a minor living in Indiana, who ban
Washington, !'pt. (5. Representative .
Gardner,. Massachusetts, denounced to-
iue Janice Harding, of Salem.
Hunter's licenses hnve been issued to
From Seattle: Mr, K.T. W Lesley Keppinger,
!.'.. uiuiknne. (V r. Hvra; irum n-K..-
The will of Mary I. I.yne's, deceased,
has been udtnitlited to probate. C. Al.
Smith is named ns executrix of the will.
I. T. Jones, J. (i. Fontaine and F. E.
Stew- tish blacklist. In a speech on the house j uo, of Oervais, Freeman Vnndale, of .jbby huve been appointed as apprniwrs
Willamette Valley News
high school instructors are, B. V, Ford work in the hop yard near Indepciid-
superintendent, and Miss Keith Van
Winkle principal. Our school begins
' (Capital Journal Special Service)
Jefferson, Or., Sept. H. Mr. and
Wis. Paul McKee are the proud par
ents of a baby girl whom they have
named Jean Frances.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hinz left last
Tuesday evening for a hunting trip in
Miss Maude Blackwell and Mrs. Nell
Reaves left today for Breitenbush
Springs to spend a few weeks.
Mrs. Mary Lines died at the home of
Mrs. Ray Reeves last Tuesday morning.
She was buried Tuesday afternoon in
the Jefferson cemetery.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Lent Friday nioniing, September
Several neighbors are picking hops
for Swartz near the (iardeu road.
The rain here Saturday was uliuest
like a cloudburst.
Miss Ruby Urueufelder Bpent the
week-end with Avis Williams, of Tur
ner. Mr. White preached auotther interest
ing sermon here Sunday evening.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Fruitland, Sept. 0. Miss Priscilla
Otterbein is home again after a long
stay with relatives at Falls City.
A large numncr ot r rumnmi s young i -f-f-i'f-rf'fi-people
have gone to the McLaughlin!
yard near Independence. Among thosel ALKALI IN SOAP
going are Marie Fliegel, Eva ' Ziogler, BAD TOE THE HAIR.
Ornce Baker, Wm. Bellamy,- Joe Flie-
gel. Carroll Runner and Walter Ransom
Fred Coulson and Miss Nellie Brayl ' "
joiued the ranks of the married peo- Soap Bhould be used very carefully,
pie. They secured their license in Van- if you want to keep your hair looking
"You hypocrites!" he exclaimed at
Howard the democratic side. "You claim you
Woodhurn, R. L. tluiss are acvoreu 10 mmau.ty una nespise
tuiiiin. -ii laiiniu, iij uun i ju
pasB an amendment refusing our harbors
to liermuny'a interned ships until she
lepudiutes the Lusitaniu crime."
and C L. Otic
In addition to the aW l.laye en
tries have been made by Claire Shan
non of Seattle who played in th. semi
finals of the state tournament; WalKr
A. Ooss of Portland, twice state cham
pion; Kugene P. Steininetz of P.,rt and
and Clifford C. Harrison, both tirst
lino plavers. A. S. Frohinan of 1 ort
land is another player of the first
milk ot coinnete for honors.
one day last week.
Polk Teacher Goes to Salem.
R. li. Dykstra, who for the post two
years has been principal of the Perry
ilttle school has resigned his position
and accented the principalship of the
Snlein Hciirhts school. Professor Dyk-
CURE FOR POISON OAS
(From The Dalles Chronicle.)
"Poison Oak Jim," who is employed
by the city street department, weeded
poison oak grubs from t lie Fourth street
grade liluf t'siilc this morning, chewed
the leaves for the benefit of Street
Commisisoner F.'M. Phillips Mini a re
porter and begged his horrified uudi
ence "to chew a few leaves and be rid
of the danger of poison forever."
"Poison Oak Jim" has a "sure cure"
for the oak poisoning, which follows:
"When the first little welts of the
poison begin to show under the skin,
its best. Most soaps and prepared
stunts i shampoos contain too much alkali. This
R W. Chute of M. City drove , . ...
v. . vu ui . j while do n some acrobatic
lt.ioi.gn Jciierson im.rsnay .h r.rhi ho van! Elmer Otter-ldries the scalp, makes the hair brittle.
Ivora nine,; , - -u .. :
Cklo hi. horn;! MChUe reined! bein had the misfortune
to Jefferson Sunday.
Many Jefferson people are busily en
gaged in the hop fields.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Thomas moved
the last "of their household goods last
week to Scio, where they will make
Dr. and Mrs. "Allen and family for
merly of Jefferson but now of Mill
ity were visiting Mrs. Allen 'i parents
riu n day.
The teachers for the Jefferson pub
lie school for tis fall arc, Miss Jennie
Burt, firBt and second grades; Miss
Leda Henderson, third and fourth
grades; Miss Frances Byram, fifth and
sixth grades, and Miss Jennie Hollis
ter, seventh and eighth grades. The
Mrs. Edith Rhodes has been visiting
lately with her parents here, Mr. and
A week ago last Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Sturgis visited with the
Thomas family, whom they traded with
They report that they like the Kink's
Valley country very well.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Fruitland, Ore., Sept. 5. Mrs. Emma
Staudifer and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lun
deen weut to Eola to pick hops.
Mrs. John Paris is quite sick at her
home here. Her daughter, Susie Ben
nett, is at home now to care for her.
Wm. Bellamy left here Sunday to
Get the home care of
shoes habit It pays
Well dressed people always have well shined shoes.
ShikhA, with the key for opening the box, its quick
shining qualities and the handy
ShwoiA Home set
for polishing, makes the
.home care of shoes a
BLACK TAN WHITE
SHINE WITH SHWOiA
At oil dealer Accept no iubstitote
The uest thing for steady use is iust
ordinary mnlsified cocoanut oil (which
is pure and greaseless), ami is better
than the most expensive soap or any
thing else you cau use.
One or two teaspoonftils will cleanse
the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply
moisten the .air with water and rub it
in. It manes an abundance of rich,
cream- lather, which rinses out eusily,
removing every particle of dust, dirt,
dandruff and excessive oil. The hair
dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves
the scalp soft, and the hair fine and
silkv. bright, lustrous, fluffy aid easy
Von can get mulsifiei cocoanut oil at
any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and a
few ounces will supply every member
of the family for months.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Ore., Sept. 6. At a meeting
of the Taxpayers '. league of l'olk coun
ty, Saturday afternoon, the attendance
wag go small that the promoters of the
recall movement for busting the county
court decided to call off the meeting
and an adjournment was taken until a
more opportune time. The reason given
by the leaders for the lack of attend
ance was that the farmers of the coun
ty are busy at this time of the year get
ting in their crops. That the recall
movement will meet with small success
in this county is almost an assured fnct
as very few of the more prominent
citizens of the county are iu favor of
the movement and a great many of
those who were so heartily in favor of it
in the beginning are rapidly losing in
Intra is an enthusiast In industrial clubjrnb the affected parts with cold bacon
work and has been praised by eciucniors
I from all over, the country. For a num
ber of years he was principal oi uie
Buena Vista schools and brought them
up to a high standard of efficiency.
Jumps Track on Bridge.
A shay engine belonging to the Wil
lamette Valley Lumber company jumped
the track on one of the company 'a
bridges iu the vicinity of Black Rock
the first of the week and for a time it
looked as though the engine would drop
off the bridge to the creek bed below.
By a large expenditure of hard labor on
the part of the logging truin crew,
however, the engine was got back on
the track with little damage being done.
Hunter Oetg rine Deer.
Bert Wells of this city had the good
fortune last Sunday to get a fine four
point buck deer in the timber near the
rock house. Local sportsmen declare
that the deer is one of the finest speci
mens seen in this locality in recent
years. Mr. Wells took the head to Sa
lem to have it mounted.
Receiver Insurance on Property.
Fred Elliott has received the insur
ance on his property that was destroyed
by fire last week and has begun the
work of rebuilding the residence. The
new house will be a story and one-half
grease, that has been salted, and kero
sene. Apply this lotion until the itch
ing ceases. To prepare the lotion, take
fatty pieces of bacon ami fry nil of the
greuse from them. Then add equal
parts kerosene ami u large amount of
salt." The poisoii-onk-cutiug city em
ploye says the bacon grease rub will
cure '!! cases out of linV "
WILLIAMS IS CHAMPION
Xew York, Sept. . For the second
time the name of R. Norris Williams II.,
or Philadelphia, is to be inscribed cm
the cup which is emblematical of the
American tennis championship. Through
his victory yesterday over William .M.
Johnston, of California, the easterner
wort his second leg on the trophy. Wil
liams' victory over Johnston, who had
wrested from him the title hint year,
was n great dinpluy of the best tennis
the east has been treated to for some
! STATE HOUSE NEWS :
f rnrl'toii Miss Marion Howe; floor he declared retaliatory measures St. l'uiil, Henry Klender, of Salem, W. of the property,
art; from ' 1 ' Adams, are "a blow iu support of Germany ' I '
;V:. rwlen: from Eocene, liar- ugiy cause.
..Minn ' , r..Ai;..n.
... t),,.l imrl M. Hona irom
fienrire Narunn uimi
Significant you never find a drug
gist, anywhere, who does not carry
- For The Teeth;
Pnpand by a Doctor of Dental Surgiry
Send 2e stamp today for generous trial1 pacing of either
Dr. Lyon's Perfect Tooth Powder or Dental Cream.
1. W. Lyon & Sons, In&, W. 27th St, N. Y. City
Permission has been granted the I'ni
led States Railways company by the
frome residence with a concrete base-1 .,u,ic service commission to construct
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ment and will have all the modern con
at common grade a crossing in North
Pluius. The commission has also grant
ed nermission to the Willamette Pac-
Portland Teacher for DaUaa cifie Railwav comnnnv to establish a
Miss Vera Grabt, of Portland, was , crossing of its tracks with highwnv
elected Monday evening by the schoolnenr Enniueer's survey utation "X"
board to teach a grade in the Dallas 34(11 xoo in Coos county,
bich school. This makes two Portland
teachers elected to positions in Dallas
thin year. Miss Hallie Hart being
elected to fill a vacancy some time
Miss Winnie Ijiuner returned the first
of the week from an extended stay et
Miss Dilla B.'Viers returned Monday
from a two weeks' outing at Newport.
Chicago, Sept. 6. Combination of the
Black Rock Logger Injured. . Kleine, Edison, Selig and Essnuay mo-
Oliver Baker, a loireer of Scott ition picture companies into one huire
Brothers crew at Black Rock is in the film exchange was announced today at
Dallas hospital with a badly crashed he offices of the Kleine Film company
foot as a result of a log rolling on him here. The new organization becomes ef
fective September 19.
Governor Withcomhe is attending the
Lino county fair at Scio today. He
will return tonight..
Articles of incorporation have been
filed at the corporation department by
Edinondnon & Co., Portland plumbers,
with a capitalization of iM.OOii, and by
the Coos Investment company of Marsh
field with a capital stock of l.tiuO.
The car shortage 011 the Portland di
vision of the Southern Pacific railway
this morning, as uliown by reports at
the office of the public service commis
sion, is 1,J'!I.
The following telegram was received
Rostein & Greenbaum
DRY. GOODS, SHOES, MILLINERY, CLOTHING
Early Fall Hats Now On Display
Visit our Millinery Department, in rear room. You
will be pleased with the showing we are making.
Nice Hats at small prices. Lots of Feathers, new
things at low prices.
Special good values
Very neat Suits $2.50
Men's Suits, . . $6.00 Up
Extra good, all wool
R. & G. Corsets
50c, 90c, $1.25
Lady Ruth lace front
Ladies' ..; $1.00
Blankets, pair 75c up; large sizes at $1.00 pair;
also $1.25 pair. 68x80 at $1.50 pair.
240 and 246 COMMERCIAL STREET