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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1916,
'W. B. Corsets' 'Munsing Underwear
For Good Goods
Go to MEYERS
I "Milt SUGAR
; LV WD. dl AA t
6 Lbs, Broken' Bice ... . ... 25c I
6 Lbs. Macaroni ... 35c f
3 Lbs. White Beans ... 30c I
3 Lbs. Eppley Bkg. Pwdr 75c I
3 Lbs. 35c Coffee . $i.oo
1 Lb. Uncolored Tea... 60c J
t S T.nnrn Ciins Tomatoes uOt
T 10 Bars Laundry Boap.. 25c !
J. 1 81b. Sack Table Salt :.. fcjC
ALL FOB ONLY
Our great mall order special
Packed ready, for shipment or I
. delivery, no cartage; cash with 4
order, you can i oeai u,
Westacott - Thielsen Co.
Phone 840 . 426 State 8t. '.
We want Eggs 28c Dos. in trade I
EDMUND SON & BURNER, Props
phone O.'iU or 1255
Leaves Salem, cor. State and
Liberty Street daily, 8:00 a. m.,
11:00 a. in.. 2:.10 p. in. and
6:00 p. m.
Leaves Independence opposite
0:00 a. m., 12:30 p. m., 4:00 p. m.
and 7:00 p. ni.
Extra Cars for Country Trips.
When In SALEM, OREGON, ttof t
Free and Private Baths
KATES: 75c, 1.00, 11.50 PES DAI
rhe only hotel in Jhe buiineas district
Kearest to all Depots. Theatres and
A Home Away From Home,
T. Q. BLIOH, Prop.
Both Phones. Free Anto Bos.
These are both
mm Wk ! J! mr
uood News trom the Hosiery Section
Just Received a New Big Line of
Kayser's Silk Hosiery
Among them the new patent marvel stripe , pure dye, in
grain silk Stockings. The marvel stripe is a series of little
knotted loops that prevent runs or garter tear. The pure
dye ingrain insures wearing quality and luster. You can
get perfect silk hosiery satisfaction by asking for Kayser's
t T T PT WW
Marvel Stripe Hosiery at Meyers.
Final Cberrian band concert,
Sept. 10. .1. Frank llanly, Pro
hibition nominee for presi
dent, speaks on stops of court
house Saturday morning at
Sept. 18. Opening day of city
Sept. 18. Willamette Universi
ty college year begins.
September 20. Monthly meet
ing Commercial club. Address
by linrwood Hall ami John H.
Sept. 25-30 Oregon State Fair.
Oct. 4-5-6 Marion County In
Oct. 13. Inauguration of Dr.
Carl Gregg Doney as presi
dent of Willamette Universi
ty. October 17-20. Ban' r. state
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glasse-
correctly. U. 8. Bank. Bid.'.
The old Anderson steel furnace build
ing in the Kichinond district is being
torn down this week by W. W. Hose
blllllgil. Fresh cider at Fanners Cider Works,
10c per gallon. scpt21
At the final Chcrnan band concert
this evening, Tom Onlcinann will sing
"Who Knows" and In- special request
"A Utile Hit of Heaven."
Drink Cereo, the lKiiua food,
health driuk. Ask your grocer.
Jesse Hardesty of Snn Jose, Calif,,
was in the city yesterday on his way
Inline from Scuttle. He is an old sol
dier having served during the Civil
war in tho Seventh Ohio regiment.
No finer stock anywhere than at
Ilartman ltros. Co., jewelers and sil
versmiths. State and Liberty.
The United Artisans are planning for
an open session meeting early hi Octo
ber when h peeial program will be pre
pare! to include addresses by speakers
active in business and political lite.
...Dr. F. II. Thompson has his offices
remodeled and specializes in Far, Nose,
Kyo and Throat. 414 Hank of Com
Robert R. Nicholson who has been on
the Hiilem police force for tho past
nineteen months has hamlcl in his res
ignation to become effective tomor
row evening. He will enter the employ
of llalvorsen and Hums, selling Mux
well automobiles. Mr, Nicholson has
had a dor.en years experience as a
traveling salesman and the selling of
goods will he just getting back into
tho old game again.
Loading Jewelers and silversmiths
llartmau ltros. Co., successor to Burr's.
A 11 A 1 TP I
Iaii Arouna town
Great Society Film
E D A "v
Arrangement are under way for a
big social session of the 0,1,1 FeLvs at
' . , . , .
Dr. Mendelsohn is remodeling and
,.i.,.,,. mo iinra mi us iv i;.m aw
his increasing practice.
If the members of Comnay M are
mustered out at Clackamas, thev will
be allowed three and one half centa l's is not the first instance at Indian
mileage from the ennip to Salem, odd- j Head of a big shell penetrating the arm
ing about $1.75 to each man's pay when I ur n which it was shot and ricocheting
the government settles up for services.'0 tho test grounds, but none ever went
0 a dangerous dintuuee before.
When you think about High grade
grade articles connect La Corona ci
gars Salem made.
Salem Parker has been in charge of
classes in note rending and chorus sing
ing for the past week at the First
Christian church, giving general in
struction of benefit to those engaging
in choir work,
Stated meeting of Pacific
lodge No. 50. A. F. & A. M
this evening. Work in the K.
A. degree. Visiting brethren
The high cost of living went up an
other notch yesterday. Flour advanced
five cents a sack nnd eggs five cents
a doen and the augar market is show
ing considerable strength since it took
a downward slide Inst week of 75 cents
The fourth quarterly conference of
Leslie Methodist church will lie held
in the church tonight at 8 o'clock by
Ur. T. H. Ford, district superintendent.
Reports of the year's work will be
read, and a large attendance is expect
ed. The office of director of the Com
mercial club for tho publicity, tourist
and convent ion department, vacated by
the resignation of Hciijuinin Hrick, will
be filled by tho board of directors on
authority given them by the l ommcr
cial club constitution.
Dr. Frank Wilbur Chace, head of the
music department of Willamette di
versity, has returned from his vaca
tion and will direct the chorus choir of
the First Metiiodist church next Sub-
bath morning and evening. The choir
meets in rehearsal twicp a week, rlans
are in limnl for n number of sacred
concerts during the fall mid winter.
The Cherrians have a lot of things
to talk about at the meeting called for
this evening at the Commercial club,
besides auditing the bills incurred dur
ing the Mnrsht'iebl excursion. The im
mediate proposition to be acted on is
that of attending in a body the Folk
county fair next Wednesday,
... The Oregon state school for the blind
will open for the regular full term next
Monday. Many of the pupils are now
coming in from distant parts of the
stale and it is expected that the term
will begin with ii registration of about
35. No new work will be undertaken
the first semester and what is done
later will depend on how liberal the
coming legislators feel toward the
BIG STEEL SHELL
First 16-inch Shell Ever fired
in the United States
Washington. Sept. 15. How a HJinch
Bolid Htcel shell tore straight through
a home near the government testing
grounds at Indian Head, Maryland,' pass
ing through the jooms adjoining that in
which were a woman and her three
daughters, was reported to Washington
ji was uie tirst Ill-inch shell ever
fired in the United States. Sailing from
tho mouth of the first Ill-inch gun ever
set UI in this country to be tested, the
shell tore through a thick section of
tough armor plate, thence through a
huge bank of sand and, tilting upward
as a result of this resistance, described
a mile-long arc through the air.
Urs. -Mary dwann had just finished
preparing tne mid day weal for her hus-
hwnnn one of the
tnpn hniwlltnr !,
... 6 i
Hor two smallest children had fol
lowed her into the dining room, join
ing her 18-year-old daughter. Thero was
a terrific roar and crash. The house
shook. When she recovered . from the
j fright, Mrs. Bwaim went into the kitch-
en. There were great gaping holes in
I opposite walls. Outside the house lay
j the huge muss of steel, still hot.
I This was about three weeks ago. In
idinn Head is only 54 miles from Wash
ington, but is almost as isolated as a
B" 1 th.el''""i
I'" , e t ofiet
1'i,tlc Kasi ftwann, aged four, now
uses the big steel cvliiuler as a hobbv
I horse and her mother looks on. hcnm-
ing at the thought the child is alive to
The gun has been fired several times
since and without accident. It is ani,l
the homes thereabouts like that of
tho Swanns, are supposed to bo far
enough away to be safe.
Members of the Salem Rifle club will
go to Fin.cr Sun, lay morning for the
regular target practice. Paradoxical
as it may seem, the fact is some of the
boys make better records at 500 and
000 yards than -they do at 20(1 and
In order to care for school children,
on the Oregon Fdectric to and from
Snlem, trains No. 03 and 04 will run
duily between Woodburu and Salem ex
cepting Saturdays ami Sunduys. This
will become effective next Monday.
No. 03 arrives at 3.05 p. in. and de
parts ut 3.30 u. jn.,.
George Palmer Putnam and Karl
Hinges left this morning at 8 o'clock
for Clackamas by auto, after spending
n day and night in the city on their
drive from southern California to
northern Oregon. Mr. Hinges hns fall
en off n few pounds since he began
life as a soldier and Mr. Fiitnnm has
added a mustache to his equipment.
The river is now .3 of a foot below
low water mark, the lowest it has been
this year although the same gunge was
touched on the first of the month. The
rainfall for the first half of the month
is 1.17 inches, rather above the aver
age as only .42 of an inch fell last Sep
tember. Yesterday was the warmest
day of the month with the O. C. T.
official thermometer registering 83.
The foreigner and those who have
delayed taking out their citizenship pa
pers will hereafter be duly impressed
with the responsibilities of citizenship
and tho honor conferred on them in be
ing permitted to become a citizen of
the country. About 200 foreigners in
Portland were made citizens todny in
.lodge Davis' court at the Library hall
in I onian,!. To each will be presented
a silk flag uven by the Oregon society
of the Sons of the American Revolution
Lloyd L. Griggs, age 18, of Mill City
enlisted in the I". S. army this morning
as infantryman and left this afternoon
for Portland to go with a squad to
Fort McDowell. All enlisted men now
start services at $15 a month uud all
found. The enlistment now is for three
yenrs with the colors. At the end of
this time the soldier is transferred to
the reserve for three years and civil
life, subject to call in case of war, Kv
en at the completion of one year's ser
vice, the private may apply for trans
fer to the reserve and this mav he
granted if he has made a good record
luring the year.
BUND AY AND MONDAY
AND HITS HOUS
The Moose lodge will give a banquet
and reception to the members of the
lodge who were with Company M on
tne -Mexican border. The program ot
tne evening will include several mus
ical numbers and short talks by the
soldier boys. Among the Moose who
have been members of Company M are
A. Mickels, .lohn Holman, Irving Hays,
i II mm Mason, Oscar Cutler, Frank
Orovcuor and A. Tyner Woolpert.
The Commercial club is investigating
the problem of raising broccoli in this
vicinity. Within tho last few years
rtosemirg lias become tamous through
out the country for its broccoli and its
car lot shipments to eastern markots.
The Umpqiinh valley fruit union hand
les about all that is raise,!, liroccoli
seed is secured from Kngland and
France. It is planted in Mav and sown
the same as cabbage. It requires free
ricn bottom land and thorough fertil
i.ation and after a farmer learns how,
there is a profit of from $75 to100
a month to the acre.
The Eev. Cart H. Elliott pastor of
tho First Presbyterian church per
formed two marriage ceremonies cd
nesilny at his home. Miss Lola Mar
garet Mall of Marion county and John
Palmer, a farmer of Marion county
were married at 1:30 o'clock with the
bride's sister as witness. Also at 7
o'clock Miss Clara M. Yadnnis of Mar
ion county and Howard C. Hamilton of
We undersell all Salem
Stores and Deliver the
Big Specials for Saturday
Hard Wheat Flour,
jj "Damon1, BEST" CrtaiMr Butur
Creamery Butter ..... ...35c
Walnuts, per pound"
Valley Flour $1.35
nun win oe i.-ii .Monday.
3 lbs. of Soda Crackers
Green Olives, Regular 40c O C
quart, special, quart 0C
xsiiin vuuw uuuw, regular nr 1
40c quart, special fcwl 3
Beats 'Em All Our Big
Mail Order Special IS
20 lbs. Sugar. 6 lbs.' Broker Rice.i j
a ins. Macaroni, 3 lbs. Small ft
White Beans, 3 lbs. Eppley's
caning powder, 3 Ins. 35c Coffee.
1 lb. Unsnlnred Tea. 3 cans To.
I matoes, 10 Bars Soap, 10 lb.
sacK salt, all tor
We Pay Treisht on Two Orders
Damon & Son
855 N. Commercial St.
"A Tortured Heart"
Salem's Only Exclusive Picture Show Always the Best Pictures
Under the direction of the
Sisters of the Holy Names
and DAY SCHOOL
Most approved methods, primary
grammar and High School
Departments, complete course in
Harp, Piano, Voice Culture, Vio
lin and Harmony, Elocution and
No interference with religion of
Scholastic year begins Sept. 11
Sister superior j
THE CAPITAL NORMAL
Industrial School Begins
on September ISth. Better work
will be done than ever before.
- If you are interested in
Normal work, Business, Civil
Service, Stenography, Type
writing or Preparatory work.
You will be well repaid by tak
ing a course with us..
J. J. Kraps.
Officers for the Knights and Ladies
ot Security were elected Wednesday
evening at a regular meeting as fol
lows: President, A. A. Knglebart: vice
president, V. J. Ilngedorn; second vice
presment, i'. ai. Uregorr; secretary, G.
IX Dimmick; financier K. F. Walton;
prelate, Mrs. H. II. Ilagedorii; conduct
or, Mrs. E. F. Walton; guard, Mrs. F.
M. (iregory; sentinel, .lames Knpp
hahn. A man who either cannot or will not
talk was picked up by Officer .Nichol
son this morning and taken to the po
lice station for examination. When
discovered by the officer the man was
engaged in gathering scattered bits of
popcorn f roiii the sidewalk and putting
them into a paper sack. From a letter
found on his person it is inferred thnt
the man's name is P. Peterson, and
thnt he came from Ontario, Oregon. Xo
action has as yet been taken inthe
"Sam," the Chinaman charged with
having opium in his possession, was
found guilty by a jury in Justice Web
ster's court this morning and was fin
ed flOO, which fine was suspended
during good behavior. The case was
prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney
Khno.S. White, and attorney J'. II. D'
Arcy appeared for the defense. "Sam''
will be taken to Portland this after
noon to answer to a charge preferred
by the I'nited States revenue depart
ment. The early risers only will have the
privilege .tomorrow morning of hearing
a candidate for president speak, ami
possibly a candidate for vice president.
The special bearing .1. Frank llanly,
the prohibition candidate for president
anil Ur. Ira I.audrith the vice presi
deutinl nominee on the same ticket, will
arrive in Salem at 7 o'clock, and by
7: the speaking on tiie steps of the
court house will begin. It has been
definitely decided that Mr. Hiinly will
be one of the speakers. The party will
remain in Snlem an hour and a half,
leaving for Albany at 8:30. The Rev.
F. T. Porter is chairman of the re
ception committee. Should rain inter
fere with the out door speaking, the
reception will be held in the First
.etiiodist church. Mr. llanly is an
orator and an nil around public speak
er and this ability had much to ,lo with
his election as governor of Indiana
about eight yenrs ago.
Of Beef reaches its B
g highest standard at ij
jj this season of the year, n
j Special prices for Sat- 4
BEEF TO BOIL
FANCY SHORT RIBS
g GOOD POT ROASTS
! OF BEEF
g Per Pound
ig PRIME ROASTS OF
U A MIDGET MARVEL
u SERLOIN OR T-BONE g
l MIDGET jj
371 State Street
The following was handed in for
publiention today "The entire neigh
iKiihood in which Mrs. llattie Stroud"
resides is indignant over the disturb-,
mice caused by her sls:er, and the in-'
siuuation of persona! misconduct. Mrs.
Stroud is a widow lady, a tiuict and re
fined woman and all who are ni'ipiuint
ed with her are her friends. It wait
simply a family affair the sister be
coming enrage, I because their mother
preferred to icside with Mrs, Stroud,
came to Mrs. Stroud's house nod caus
ed the trouble. "
If most of the reformers would wuit
long enough to correct their oww
faults they wouldn't linve any time to -correct
the faults of others.
Of household furniture nt 434 South'
Sixteenth street, on Tuesday, Sept. 19,
lllld, commencing at 1:30 p. in,
F. N. WOODEY.
Phone. 111. - Auctioneer
1 pay highest cash price for same or
will sell on commission. -Phono 511,
Woodry, the Auctioneer.
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