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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6, 1916.
"Salem's Big Department Store"
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10-Piece Genuine White Lined Guernsey Ware Set
and a White House Cook Book all for $1.69
The Guernsey Set consists of two bowls, : one
casserole and six custard cups. The cook book is
so well known that it needs no description a
regular $1.00 book. For the coming week $1.69
for the set and book. (Second floor.)
j Great School Time Sale of Boy's
: Suits and Overcoats
4 With prices for good Children's things as low as we $
5 auote. there need be no hesitancy in comine here Si
Kj and buying the entire outfit from head to heel,
K Included in this sale are Novelty Suits for juveniles W
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ami regular KiucKeruucKer inotioik siyies in various
3j colors and cloths. Juvenile sizes 2 1-2 to 8 years; g
Sibovs sizes 3 to 17 vears. Blue serees exemDted inw
J J this sale. ... 3
Boys' $6, $6.50 and $7 Suits and Overcoats . . - $4.95 gl
& Boys' $7.50 and $8.00 Suits and Overcoats . . . &
Boys' $4.50 and $5.00 Suits and Overcoats . . . ,Vq 3
Excellent Assortment School Shoes for Boys and Girls .
Iv w feature an unusually strong Bring the children here and we 3j
? line of Boys' Black Shoes with ... .... .. . A
X heavy waterproof soles, sizes 1 to WI" shoe tl,m t0 yur cntlre sa'-
JV 6. priced at 2.60 iBfaction. , X
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QUALITY AND SERVICE
All Around Town
Sept. 7-8-9. Willamette Valley
Tennis Tournament, Salem.
September 9. Barnum Jr. Bail
September 11. Monthly meet
ing Salem Floral society, Com
Sept. 18. Opening day of city
Sept. 19. Willamette Universi- .
ty college year begins.
September 20. Monthly meet
ing Commercial clab. Address
by Earwood Hull.
Sept. 25-30 Oregon State Fair.
WMWW.' ' ------- --
Market Unusually Brisk
and Prices Advanced
' New York, Sept. 6. The New York
Kvening Hun financial review today
On a wide and active market, which,
however, the larger proportion of the
total business was provided by a rela
tively small group of stock, prices
moved in the direction of higher lev
els in the best part' of the day, with
new records reported for United States
Steel common, which crossed par, for
the Mercantile Marine shares, for In
spiration t'oppor and for several other
less prominent issues. Although the
advance brought out tremendous offer
ings in the leading securities, the mar
ket exhibited an equally tremendous
rapacity for, absorption, especially in
the case of steel, which was sold prac
tically in reams on stop orders in the
neighborhood of its high for the day.
,Thc general market wuh reactionary
in the late trading but declines from
the high point as a rule were small.
' Varying phases of visible storm
floods as presented last week in the
railroad situation and as snen at pres
ent in many labor circles fail to weak
en the general list, of stocks for the
excellent reason that the. market lias
for its foundation and Bupport
redented earnings and lug m
SUGAR'S BIO TUMBLE
San Francisco, Sept. 6. A
drop in the price of sugar of 75
cents per hundred pounds was
announced todny by local sug
This is the most remarkable
drop since the war sent prices
soaring. For a time the . price
Went to 7.83 per hundred
I rounds but; Beveral reductions
lave been made.
Portland, Or., Sept. . Sug
ar dropped 75 cents on tho Port
land market today to 7. This
is one of the, biggest breaks
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, flu glasse
tt correctly. U. 8. Bank. Bldj.
Messrs. McMillan and Shay of Port
land, formerly of Minnesota, are in
the city looking for a location for a
gents' exclusive clothing and furniture
Drink Cereo,. the liquid -food, the
health drink. Ask your grocer. tf
The September monthly meeting of
the Elks will be held tomorrow even
ing. This is the only regular meeting
of the month, as the weekly meets will
not begin until October.
Notice Hop picking in the Minto
yard will begin Thursday. Sept. 7th. s6
Mrs. Miller Bevier of 775 North Cot
tage street, left for Grand Island, Js'e
braska, last night where she will visit
her parents about two months. She
was accompanied by her two children,
Leonard and Robert. Mrs. Bevier will
go to Oniuhn for the treatment of goi
tre by a specialist.
La Corona cigars made for gentlemen
of refined tastes. Siileinmade.
The shortage of cars is so serious
that in order to fill orders for the In
diana silo manufactured nt Ncwborg,
tho Spaulding logging company shipped
scverul cars of just ordinary tiat cars,
By the building up of the sides and top
to the ears, tney were nine to tit tnem
for the shipment of silos.
, Dr. Stone's Drug Store for trusses.
While canning fruit at her home on
tho t'roisan place south of the city
Mrs. C. O. Blake suffered several cuts
in the left hand and serious one in the
right, in pressing down tho cover, the
glass jnr broke. She is now at the
Willamette sanatorium and is reported
today to be in no serious danger.
Dance at Livesley hop yard tonight,
four miles south.
200 Bushels Bartlett pears, must.be
sold at once, 50c bushel. See us ear
ly. Roth Grocery Co.
Dr. Frank S. Brown was voted into
the Polk-Yamhill-Marion Medical so
ciety at a meeting held last night at
Will Back Neither Candidate
Nor Party, three Plans
Dr. C. Hartley, specialist, inflamed
bleeding gums and pyorrhea. 410 U. S.
Bank bldg. Phone 18i5.
The Bey. William M. Sullivan, min
ister of All Souls church of New York
eity, will .hold a meeting at the Uni
tarian church Sunday evening, ; Sep
There will be two more band concerts
Atlantic City, N. J., Sept. tl To no
party or no candidate will go the in
dorsement of the National Woman Suf
farge association which went into con
vention here todny. I Ins much was
decided upon after a struggle in the ex
ecutive committee which began early
yesterday afternoon and lasted until
well towards morning today.
The program arranged by the execu
tive committee calls for the re-election
of Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt as presi
.i.a . ... :
this season by the Cherrian band, and , . . .,., ai,. -p..i. m t
i,,i. ..,:n v. Li.i . win oV Th.lnt succeed Mrs. Frank M. Koens-
next date is Friday evening of this
week and the final concert next Tubs
The Dip is still open for business,
now that the weather has moderated.
In fact, as long as the temperature
favors bathing, the Riverside f)ip will
be open for those who enjoy Septem
. The finest California Cants, four for
25c. The Dalles Burl Greens, 3 and .4
for 25c. Roth Grocery Co.
Justice Webster's court on a charge
of assault and bnttery, preferred by
his wife. He was fined $25. Sentence
was suspended during good behavior.
Our store will be closed tomorrow
until 1:00 p. in. account funeral of Wm.
Adolph. Rostein & Grcenbaum.
....Dr. F. H. Thompson has his offices
remodeled and specializes in Ear, Nose,
Kye and Throat. 414 Bank of Com
M. Binkley, a Waconda blacksmith 8tatt "K-"'"- or whether they shouk
placed on trial tins afternoon in .' T' 'll.'''"" "f "M'0"'"
More than a thousand women, repre
sentatives of 12.000,000 suffragists,
were present at the formal opening of
the convention in St. Paul's church to
day. Suffrage leaders supporting three dif
ferent views as to the best manner of
obtaining votes for women engaged in
a three cornered fight this afternoon.
Following the discussion the delegates
were to vote whether the association
should concentrate its efforts on getting
the vote through national congression
al legislation or through action of the
both federal and state campaign.
Miss Laura Clay, of Lexington, Ky.,
a state's rights advocate, urged the suf
fragists to center their activities on get
ting suffrage legislation through their
"Coercion of some sort will be neces
sary to force enough stntes to ratify a
woman suffrage amendment to obtain
the uecessnry two-thirds," said Miss
Mrs. Ida Husted Harper, of New
jj York, who advocated concentrated ef-
fort in behalf of the federal amendment
"We have now obtained enough
make our mea
nt issue and to
The Drager Fruit company announc-
:.. t l.. i i)nn,hft i v
dried prunes delivered to their Myrtle jqnal sutf age states to
,i.,: ...in u iouic u unuuiiui iiumicu
iiihiil. xiuuu nil iui mil ue I ... .. . - ...
, .1,1. ,!,,;; ;,. ti,,.! force its endorsement ny the platforms
ui uii jive pniiirn.
Mrs. Raymond Brown, vice-chairman
Sun Francisco. Sept.
Wells, who has Ksed as the famous
pioee of sculpture "The Discus Throw
er nearly 1,000 times, today took em
phatie exception to the declaration of
Horace Kebok, Santa Monica school sii-
rt unpre-J perintendent, that the statue is not for
Oliey Slip- ,.l,ii lish eves. Itelmlf nr.Wc.l tlx. nic.
Labor may figure in securities, iUre torn from nil school books on the
inovemeius to a greater degreo at a ground that it is improper for children
later period. I to see.
. The public which is now interested i "Thousands of children have been
n tne biock market is a strong pub-'KjVen artistic instruction through this
n a puunc mm imge imiuieini Bn,i other simijar works of art," said
means and in niny instances tho buy-, Wells.
ing represents the investment of profits I "Children seo the nude in their art
naue rrom tne sale or munitions in r-u- studios constantly and they think noth-
Tope, uoin lor speculative turns and ac- ,,ig of it," said Dr. A. A. D'Ancona
mat casn purcnases to nom ror income 0( the Sau Francisco school board. "If
account. nude are of a classic type, 1 think it
. I permissible."
Members of the Salem Cherrian band .
who attended the Labor day celebrn- Morris Hudson, son of H. S. Hudson,
tions in Portland were distributed a- supreme Master Artisnn, who is well
mong several bands in the procession, known in this citv, hns announced as a
Among tnose wno marcnod and played candidate for representative on the
were Ivan G. Martin, Robert Savage, Democratic ticket, at Portland. His
Oscar Steellininmer, Warren Hunt, mtto favors more ship building for
iticnara Kiiey and A. h. l.nniherg. Portland and lower taxes.
The lure of the hop fields called four
laborers of the paving crew working
on tiic fair grounds rend yesterday. In
stead of (putting their job which pays
30 cents nn hour, tney demanded nign
er w n ires. After tho four men left, the
6. Theodore 1 work of paving went on witli threo men
domg the work that had lormcriy oeen
dono by those who were dissatisfied
with their jobs.
A Household Word in Every Home
That's what Pan-Dandy has become.
' For thousands of housewives all over the city linve
come to realize that it means "the bread that can't be
a cui-jscuLuj mcau iuc
Pan-Dandy is made right with selected flour
and the purest of milk; it's baked right in sanitary ovens;
and so naturally, it tastes right.
You'll say so when you try it.
f Make the trial today nil grocers have it.
I , , t I But be sure it bears the Tan-Dandy label.
SALEM ROYAL BAKERY
840 Sooth Commercial Btreet
of the New York State Suffrage asso
ciation, urged the association to con
tinue its support of both national and
stnte campaigns mid to maintain strict
neutrality in regard to political parties.
LA FOLLETTE WINS
company has cleaned up entirely on
this year s loganberries and -Mr. Dra
ger is of the opinion that but little
loganberry stocks will be carried over.
The public tomorrow will have the
opportunity of seeing tho best tennis
players of the northwest compete on
tiie finest tennis court in this part of
the country. . The games will continue
morning and afternoon for three days
beginning tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock on the Salein Tenuis club's
grounds at the Oregon state hospital.
. Girls are in greater demand than
young men, according to those who arcj
securing employment for young men
and women who wish to pay their way
through college this fall. All of which
means that a young lady has a lot!
more chances of making her board by
doing housework than a young man has
by spending a few hours of each day:
with some business house.
. Tom Hickman, the hoy who was ar
rested yesterday aud confessed to
nrcaKing into a numDer or local dusi- ,,.,.. (rnm rM nt 7, 4i-
ness houses, hns not been committed. th( 8tate this afternoo give LaFollette
to the reform school.. Judge Bushey of J a 1.ad of ji000 over Jeffrie8 for the
tne ,iiven ic court siutcu ims anumuuiii nomination for United Stntes senator on
That is the likely comment on pie made with
For Cake Making
First of all, pie properly made with Crisco looks tempting.
The crust has a rich, flaky appearance that puts a new edge
on the appetite no matter what dainties have gone before.
Then, it is so tender that it breaks at a touch of the fork.
Even the under crust which becomes tough so easily,
cuts as readily as the uppgr crust.
Finally, it tastes rich, yet delicate; fresh, palatable,
delicious in every cense.
14 cupfula flour 1 teaspoonfu salt
cupful Crisco cold water
( Vh kut measurements)
Sift flour and salt twice and cut Crisco into flour
with knife until finely divided... Finger tips may
be used to finish blending materials. Add gradu
ally sufficient water to make stiff paste. Water
should be added sparingly and mixed with knifr
through dry ingredients. Form lightly and quickly
with hand into dough; roll out on slightly floured
board, about one-quarter inch thick. Use light
motion in handling rolling-pin, and roll from
center outward. Sufficient for one pie.
Incomplete Returns Give Him
16,000 and Indicate Total
Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. li Incomplete
. S. HART IN PLAY
Different from Any He Has
Dr. Stone makes no charge for con
sultation, examination or prescription.
The river has been rising for the pst
few days and is now .4 of a foot above
tho low water mark. The rainlfcll this
month has been .00 of an inch which is
more thnn fell in tho entire month of
September one year ago. The Orahn
monn is bringing hop pickers from
Portland ns far south as Salem and the
Pomona is distributing them at points
as far as Mission landing and Dayton.
Leading jewelers and silversmiths
llartmnn llros. Co., successor to Bnrr's.
The firm of Hileman & Goebel has
rented the store room at -01 North
Commercial street and will act ns fac
tory agents for all kinds of machinery,
mechanical rubber goods, cream sepa
rators, pumps, sprayers and engines. J.
W. (loebel is formerly from Silvorton
but has traveled out of Salein for tho
past year for Miileonrny Co. of Phila
delphia. J. Hileman has been book
keeper for the Purvine Pump and Im
plement comptiny, and is well known in
Crawford peaches for canning, $1
bushel, lloxes ."c. Koth Uroeery Co.
Children of all ages are invited to
bring their kites to the Albert pnrk
playgrounds nest Friday afternoon and
take part in the great kite parade to
begin at 4 o'clock. Suitable prizes'
have been secured. For the first prize,
the Salem Hardware company will give
a pair of Winslow roller skates; the
second prize will lie a Swiss music
box given liy the Oeorge V. Will music
house and the winner of; the third!
prize will be awarded a large box of
candy., given by the frank S. Ward
drug ature. The children ure asked to
bring any kind of a kite the' can make
for the exhibit.
No finer stock anywhere than at
llartmnn Xros. Co.. jewelers and sil
versmiths. Stnte and- Liberty.
The committee appointed by Salem
camp Io. lis, Woodmen of tne World
to arrange for the entertainment and
reception of Head Consul I. I, lioak of
lVnvcr met last evening and made
plans for celebrating the visit of the
head consul to Salem, Wednesday Octo
ber 11. These plans will include a
street parade, the initiation of a largo
class of candidates and a reception by
lodge members to the head of the or
der. Members of the W. O. W. of the
surrounding towns are to he invited to
participate in the celebration. Those
having in charge tho reception of Mr.
Itoak are U S. tJeer, chairman; E. P.
Donaldson, A. J, Swieuink, C U. Mat
lock and 1.. II. Fletciier.
that the boy is to make daily reports
to him, and it is not probable that com
mitment will he made so long as he
does no further mischief.
' The death of Sergeant E. J. Mac
kenzie is reported from France. He en
listed in the Knglish army nnd
the republican ticket. Philipp has
won the republican nomination for gov
ernor by about 35,000 plurality.
In "The Apostle of Vengeance," Tri-'
angle feature which will be seen at the !
Oregon theatre Thursday, Friday and j I
Saturday, William S. Hurt is seen in a!
story that is different from anything in ! 41
which he has heretofore appeared. If
- ine Apostle ot Vengeance," a
drama from the pen of Monte M. Kat
terjohn, is a talc of Kentucky moun
tain feudists and has beeu 'handled
with the realism characteristic of Ince
productions. Its many tense scenes are
framed in settings of nuusual picturcs
qucness, thus combining two of the most
important elements in photoplay pro-
Milwaukee, AVis., Sept.- 5. United
Stntes Senator Kobert St. LaFollette,
Droirressive renublicnn. hns bian nnmi.
itiirp.l cnniliilntA in an.iAa.1 l,;mu.,lf 1..
death was due to wounds received atu irge majority over Malcolm G. Jef
tho front, according to a letter re- frif8 of jail(lsvine returns from vester
ceived by nttorney L K. Baker todny.l dnv,8 primai.v showcd early todav.
He was a son of T. S. Mackenzie living It u e9timateu jrom sr.attpri'n(, re.
on a larm east of Salem and was well;....... thnt , v,,ll..tt'. ,..;n i,
known in Salem as a player on the
Congrcgationnl church Itaraca basket
ball team about four years ago.
L. Philips, conservative
republican, has defeated former Gov
ernor Francis E. McGovern and William
H. Hat ton, progressives, for renomina
tion for governor on the republican
ticket. He will have a large milralitv.
Cheer up. Now that the canning sea
son is over, the wholesale price of sug
ar dropped 7.) cents a hundred this af
ternoon arid tne private ip is tmu cieii rlili ,vag one o( lc ori HuKhe8
another drop may be looked for, al-Unpporters in Wisconsin.
iiiuuH ""' ' "'' Burt Williams, of Madison, was nomi-
tne additional drop. The other sido of i ...... (nr ..-, ,i V;n: p
te auumonni cirop. i ne ouier nun u. ; IlateJ (or Koveruor and
tho picture is that wheat is advancing. Wolfe j.aCr" for Vnitfll
which means that what is saved n'ator , the J(,mo(,rnt9 with
the sack of sugar will have to bo add-(jon
ed to the sack of flour.
Evidently there is quite a large sup
ply of blankets and comforts in Salem
as those who donated to Company M
did not seem very anxious to claim
theirs at the arniorv this morning. In
fact, so few people were interested in I Bvnon and
getting the blankets they hud loaned ; assisted- tin
tnnt several automobiles were called
in to distribute those properlv tngged.
tnis menus ahout of the 100
Both Near and Far
Vision in One Lens
with No Line of
There is no cement to
cloud the vision no
rough edges to catch
the dirt, the surface if.
Miss A. McCuIIoch
208-9 Hubbard Bldg.
blankets and comforts were returned.
Mrs. Chauncey Bishop, Mrs. K. S. Wal
lace, Miss Kleauor Rogers, Miss Edith
A. At. Hansen with nutos
morning in tho distribu
tion. The armory will be open Satur
day and then if there are any blankets
and comforts uncalled tor. they will be
turned over to those In charge of the
Three drunks were taken in by the
local police last night. Sid Brownell
and F. M. Neor had twiy almost full
bottles of Hnstetter's bitters on them
when arrested. Tho third was William
sparks, colored. Each of them was fin
ed 10 in police court this morning.
Brownell and Xeer paid the fine, but
Sparks was short of money and will
work for the city five days!
The Eugene Chamber of Commerce
is doing its best to attract a big crowd
at the Lane county fair nnd big cow
boy round up, September 13, 14 and IS.
.Tiie cow boys are strictly in it this
fall as Albany is also in the field for
a big round up show and the Willie
boys in that village are now wearing
cow boy hats.
Republicans to Attack
Eight Hour Legislation
New York, Sept. (i. The republicans
intend to add the eight hour railroad
legislation enacted last week to their
campaign arguments against President
Wilson, Chairman Willcox of the Na
tional committee, indicated today.
Why Not Use
Columbia QUALITY Carbons?
Made in Oregon
100 Copiea Guaranteed frea
' Bach Sheet.
Coluubia Carbon Paer Hff. Co.
83rd k Broadway, Portland, Ore,
Free and Private Bath
SATES: 75c. 11.00. S1.50 FEB
Hnrt la j.nut n n ' 1 ti .1
" o 1 o"i us j-suwii niiMHMii- n mtii. . . - .
ister who is the eldest son of a sturdv '?iy 'ote , "Uthe.bui,i!le" utri'
Kentucky mountaineer. He is brought
unc iu iace wnn me problem of choos
ing between avenging the death of his
father, killed in a feud battle, and ubid
ing by the scriptural teaching that "To
me belongeth vengeance and recom
pense." His decision forms the big
scene of the story and how he succeeds
ultimately in restoring order among
the warring factions is forcefully de
picted throughout the remainder of the
In Hart's support will be seen such
well-known Ince-Triangle players as
Nona Thomas, Josephine J. Bowling
Fanny Midgley, Jack Gilbert and Mar
vel Safford. The production was direct?
ed by Hurt and photographed by Joe
Young Weston Hikes
Fifty Miles a Dav
Now tiiat hiking has become and is
likely to remain a favorite pastime,
note what young Billy Wseton is do-
ing. He was in ,snlem a few dnvs niro
and today is climbing the mountains
beyond Koseourg. j
Second Hand Furniture, Horses,
Wngons, Harness, etc., for Sat
urday Sale nt the tjuick Ex
change Auction Market, phono
511, Woodry, the Auctioneer.
I will give you the highest,
cash price for your used Furni
ture. Phone oil, Woodry, tho
Auction Sale nt the Quick
Exchange Auction Market
every Saturday, come one, come
all. F. X. Woodry, auctioneer.
The distance from Pnrtlnn.1
leni by road is 'r2 miles nnd young Bil-
lv says he made it in one day, that is, j
in- u-ii i oriinnn at t:.iu one evening
aim mm in nif cny n ():,iu ille follow
While the average pleasure hiker
figures on not more than 13 miles a
day, young Weston, son of the finuim
Edward l'ayson Weston, the greatest QAYJlff)
walker of the past generation, makes c
from 50 to SO miles when getting down ;
io onsiness. i ..ije
"Young Weston" as he calU himself I CAK Q
said that he was 47 years old and that Awy iirorv
besides doing a lot of walk in it. thn i f I I Vli 11
and built a fire to get warm. After
throwing some of the damp powder
into the blnze without results, one of
i the boys threw a live coal into the
One lnd was knocked into the water
and escaped the worse fate, and his
. I companion attempted to extinguish tlm
Maze, receivim- fniiil hnrn. Tin,
TYianrrlo for (nun In o Povl 1 elothes of both boys were burned from
suuujjib viai uvvii in a tan the
When In SALEM, OREGON, to t
Nearest to all Depots, Theatre ard
A Home Away From Horn.
T. a. BLIGH, Pro.
Both Phones. Free Ante- Baa.
til I M TAYI Pa
j nr. la ai tjr
best way to remain young was to re
frain from snuikine .-Mid to cut ilown '
on the amount of meat as part of one's'
regular met. I
Found Can of Powder
One of Boys Dead
EDMUND SON & BTJENEE, Props
Phone Do9 or 135
Leaves Salem, cor. State and
Liberty Street daily, 8:00 a. m..
U:U0 a. in., 2:30 p. ni. aud
6:00 n. m.
Leaves Independence opposite
Baker, Ore., Sept. (!. One toy is dead
and another miffc-rimr nlth
burns as the result of a powder ex-
plosion when Charles Huberts, aged 12. j
and Denver Merkles. aped 1:1. Wh nf
names, were on a swimming trip. rosiui uce uanv.
Huberts did Monday night, but there is 9:00 m-. 12:30 P- m., 4:00 p. 1
a slight chance of his playmate liv- nd ":00 p. m.
The boys started for the river Sun- Fare, 50c
day and fouud a can partlv filled with Extra Cars for Country Trips.
blasting powder nt a quarry. They .
enrntu it. witn tnem, took their nwinij