Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 15, 1916, Page TWO, Image 2

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We Do Do It!
We can save you money on every pound of
Coffee you buy. OUR GEM 35c COFFEE is equal
to any 40c and 45c tinned coffee. The proof is in the
cupping, try it.
Roth's Supreme Baking Powder.
,: Nothing-, better ever produced. Sold in pint
I Mason. Jars, each 50c
Saturday Specials
Extra Fancy' Tomatoes, basket -25c
Extra Fine Peaches, basket 25c
Italian Prunes, per bushel $1.00
Gravenstein Apples, per box g5c
Tokay and Malaga Grapes, basket 50c
Roth Grocery Co.
Mri. T. W. B. London and daughter,
Hiss Zulette London, of Vancouver,
B. O., who have been tho house guests
cf Mrs, George i Rodgers, left the
iirat of the week for Portland, where
they will visit for a few days before
their return home.
Mrs. Madison L. Jones left Thurs
day for a several weeks sojourn in Cal
ifornia. During her stay in the south
Mrs. Jones will visit Son Diego, and
also Martinez, California, where sho
will be the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J.
T. Jones.
Mrs. Frank W. Durbin has as her
Cuest, her mother, Mrs. J. W. Spriggs,
r Portland.
Mrs. Charles Hopkins of Falls City
is the House guest of Mrs. William T
tirier for several days.
One of the gay little parties of the
reek was that given Master Jack Har
bison in celebration of his seventh
birthday at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Harbison, on Wed
nesday afternoon. Seventeen aappy
little playmates eame and played games
and later the party closed with delight
ful refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. Channcey Bishop re
turned late last night from a brief visit
in Portland.
A motor party consisting of Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. dough, and Mrs. George
L. Hurbnnk will leave for Portland to
morrow to tour the Columbia highway.
Governor Withycombe and daughter,
Miss Mabel Withycombe, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs, it. .1. Schuldcrman and
MiBS Laura Miles, motored to Clacka
mas for the day Wednesday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. McDougnl,
accompanied by Mrs. William T. tirier,
and Mrs. Chester Cox motored to Port
land for the day Wednesday.
Mr. and Mra. Jacob Kamni motored
to Salem from Portland Wednesday
and were the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
Harry E. Clay.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Coffin of San
Francisco, who have been the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Catlin, left
Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. (off in are
en route home from an extended auto
mobile, trip.
Honoring Errol C. Gilkey, who will
leave tomorrow to attend the univer
sity of the city of New York, the Ep
worth League of the Methodist church
gave a largo reception on Wednesday
evening. ' Tho affair was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Scott and
was attended by about 100 guests. Mr.
Gilkey is a graduate of the Willam
ette University and for some time has
been the assistant librarian at the su-
A. A. Bynon who has been in the
northern part of the state on business
will return tms evening. '
Lpunor Comptoa of Drain, Oregon,
formerly of independence, is transact
ing business tn the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Aleinan of
Woodliurn are visiting at the home of
Frank Crawford in Polk county ,
1. C. Beers, of toe Perry drag store,
and wife, who have been visaing at
The Dalles are expected home Sunday,'
Dr. M. C. Findley and family who.
have been visiting mends at Grants
Pass for the last ten days, will return
Wilton W. Martin- of 1031 Union
street left this morning with his fam;
lly for Portland, where they will mako
their homo. .i
Kola Neisy a prominent hop buyet
of oulom, ib in the city. Jte attended
the round op yesterday. Eugene Reg
ister. , .
Mr. and Mrs. A.,M. Clough, accom
panied by Mrs. George L. Bur bank of
Albany and Mrs. V. L. Bryant will
leave tomorrow morning for Portland
and motor on the Columbia highway
Sunday. - . ,
Mr. and Mrs. K. T. . Mulding'of Sib
verton returned to their home yester
day after spending a few days with
their (laughter, Mrs. Mae M. lvic, pro
prietor of the Capital hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lokke left last
night for their home in Taeoma after
a few days visit at the home of their
aunt, Mrs. Ed Keene. Ii!)2 Front tsreet.
Fair Ground Crossing
Declared Dangerous
Acting on the belief that the cross
ing of the Southern Pacific railway at
the state fair grounds is a menace to
the safety of many people, H. H. Cory
of the public service commission has
addressed the following letter to F. L.
Burckhnlter, superintendent of .South
ern Pacific at Portland:
"In the interest of safety first we
wish to direct your attention to the ex
tremely hazardous condition of the
crossing of your track at the fair
grounds station, which is yearly trav
ersed by thousands of patrons of the
state fair. Owing to the fact that the
crossing is not planked or graveled the
rails and ties project above your, right
of way to such an extent that people
often trip and fall. You will recall
that some three or four years ago a
young man lost hi life by tripping on
the rail at this point and falling in
front of an approaching passenger
train. Last year the writer observed
one persop falling and receiving a se
vere scalp wound.
"We believe you will agree that at
small expense an extremely hazardous
crosing can be placed in a greatly im
proved condition by planking or gravel
ing the crossing above mentioned. This
should receive your prompt attention,
an the state fair begins September
The Ford assembling plant at Port
land has been unable to receive ship
ments for the past three weeks. Hence
those who had been saving up their
spare change to do a little motoring of
their own have not been able to motor.
But everything comes to anyone who
will wait long enough and the an
nouncement is made that a ear load
will arrive in the city tomorrow.
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and the
TTTln selecting a garment the greatest
( problem before a woman is to achieve
vL correct style without sacrificing her in
JU dividuality-her personality. Not only
must she patronize a store with a reputation
for fashion accuracy, but she must also
choose that store which offers styles in great
range of varying details and colorings. In
other words, you must select from fashion's
allurements that garment which was asso
ciated with you in the designer's imagination.
Come and see that garment.
U. G. Shipley Co.
Outer and Inner Garments
for Women, Misses and Children.
promo court library.
Mrs. C. Elmore Grove of Portland
visited in Salem today, returning late
this evening.
Announcing New Silks and
Fall Dress Fabrics
In selecting; our line of Dress Goods we have made an honest effort to please our
many patrons. Fabrics and merchandise have been chosen with the utmost care.
Our purchasing power means much to the people of this part of the state. We
select the best merchandise, we sell at lower prices and we protect our customers.
This is possible because we sell for cash. Every department is crowded with the t
season s goods. "Come back customers" are made here daily. Come and be one
of them. '
Costume Satins, New Plaids and
Stripes, in beautiful colors and com
binations. Georgette Crepes in a
large assortment of Fall shades and
plenty of cream, ivory, black and
navy. Crepe de Chine, Jersey, Silk
and Wool Poplins and Chiffon Taf
fetas. These come in many widths
and prices.
Dress Goods the fashionable
weaves include Broadcloth Gabar
dine, Poplins, Suitings and Tailors
Serges, New Ombre Plaids, Striped
Suitings and Tailor Suitings in man
nish effects. We take great pride in
showing you these Worsted Fabrics
in correct shades for Fall and Win
ter wear,
A splendid assortment of Fur
Trimmings. Present indications
cause us to state that they will be
very popular this season. Because
i" of this we are prepared to show you
all the fashionable kinds in widths
ranging from 1-2 an inch to 4 inches.
Make an early selection. , ,
' New Velvets, Vdlvetines, Cordu
roys and Plushes for costumes. Many
new plushes for coats in rich season
able shades. On account of the re
strictions of importation from
France and Germany these fabrics
will be scarce. Let us suggest that
you do not wait too long before in
specting our line.
Car shortaco complaints are still be
ing received at the office of the pub
lie service commission. The following
letter from the Ewauna Box company
of Klamath Falls came in this morn
ing's mail. It is a 'OPT of a letter ad
dressed to E. O. McCormiek, vice pres
ident of the Southern Pacific railway
company, at San Francisco:
"We have wired your company many
time this year and quite often within
the last sixty days for cars in which
to load tiiook, and we appreciate your
having answered nearly every telegram,
although we have .not. received cars in
sufficient numbers to keep our factory
operating any longer,
"We have 130 car loads of shook
piled in and around our warehouses.
Much of it, approximately 130 car
loads, is piled in the open and is sub
jeet to all the elements of the weather
and much damago is being done to this
particular shook.
"We have three warehouses all full,
including aisles and alleyways, and our
cost of loading cars from waroiiouse
in tnis condition requires twice the or
diuary time and is therefore twice the
expense to us.
"Our customers are in distress for
want of shook, and we have it to sup
ply them, but yon are not furnishing
us ears.
"The Klamath Manufacturing com
pany of this j-ity receives sufficient
cara from your company to keep their
factory operating full time. Their ware
house is not nearly full, and they were
obliged to operate four hours Sunday
in order to complete loading four ears
placed for them that day.-
"We are manufacturing twice as
mucn shook that good concern, yet
they are receiving practically as mauy
cars for shook as we do. We do not
know whether or not this is discrimi
nation, but we do know that our eost
of operating has increased 25 per cent
since we have been unable to secure
cars, and about -0 per cent of the
shook piled in our yards is being de
stroyed by weather conditions.
"Our customers' patience is begin
ning to cease. They want the shoox
and therefore we want the ears.
"We informed you in February of
this year that we would ship 1000 to
liOO car loads of shook this season, at
the rate of 100 ears monthly, and to
please keep ns in cars. We may as
well have informed a gopher hole."
The Southern Pacific reports to tlie
public service commission this morn
ing that a total of lt3 empty cars have
been received at Ashlaud during the
past twenty four hours for use on t'e
Portland division. Tho preieut short
age ia 1476 ears.
Tortlani Or., Sept. 15. S. Benson
was admitted to eitixenship yesterday
without an opposing vote. The arfi
davit of opposition to the admission
of the Portlaud capitalist, highway
builder and hotel owner, waa unsup
ported by testimony and dairegarded
by Circuit Judgo Pavis, with the ap
proval of Attorney W. S. U'Ren, who
presented the protest.
Charges made in this protest, which
waa fathered by Eugene E. Smiih,
president of the Central Labor Council,
were unsubstantiated, and the one man
said to have personalaknowlcdge of in
cidents recited in the affidavit did not
appear in court, lie was W. L. Light
ner, chairman of the Board of County
R. H. E.
New York 2 9 1
Detroit 4 10 0
Mogridge and Alexander; Dauss and
R. H. E.
Washington . 2 3 2
Chicago 3 10 2
Shaw and Henry; Cicotte and Lapp.
R. n. E.
Philadelphia ; 2 8 2
Cleveland 3 10 2
Sheehan and Haley; Pcnner, Smith
and Deberry, O'Neill.
Cincinnati-New York, called end 4th
R. H. E.
Pittsburg 13 0
Brooklyn 8 12 0
Jacobs, Evans and W. Wagner; Mar
quard and Myers. (Called end 5ith,
Other games postponed, rain. j
Last Band Concert at
Willson Park Tonight
The regular band concert will be
given at Willson park tonight, and it
is the last one of the season. H. N.
Stoudenmeyer will as usual handle the
baton while Tom Ordcmnnn will be the
soloist. The weajther being ideal it is
expected the largest gathering of the
season will be that tonight. Many of
the numbers on tonight's program have
been placed there by request the pro
gram follows:
Most of the numbers being request
1 March, "Stars and Stripes For
ever." Sousa
2 Overture, "Poet and Peasant."
3 Waltz, "Annette." Baxter
To Make Skin Clear
Don't worry about skin troubles. Yon
can have a clear, clean complexion by
using a little acmo, obtained at any drnft
store for 25c, or extra large bottle at
$1.00. . ,
Zemo easily removes all traces or pim
ples, black heads, eczema, and ringworm
and makes the skin clear and healthy.
Zemo is neither watery, sticky nor.
greasy and stains nothing. It ia easily
applied and costs a mere trifle for eack
application. It is always dependable.
Zemo, Cleveland.
4 Comic Opora Selection, "Al
geria." Herbert
5 Vocal Solo, "Who Knows.".. Ball
Mr. Tom Ordcmon
(a) "In oppyland." Alboi"
0 Novelettes
(b) "Basket of Hoses." ...Allien
7 Patriotic Airs, "Songs of the
Nation." Lampo
8 Mareeau Characteristitpie,
"Whispering Flowers." Von Blon
0 Grand Selection from "Carmen."
10 March, "Willard's Triumph." ..
The PFoman PFho Knows
the one perfume which suits her the exaSt style of dress
which becomes her the particular type of person she en-.
joys as a friend: Such a womantwe are surefK'ill appre
ciate the assistance of the " Taste Packet" in deciding just
which tea-favor precisely suits her taste.
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