EIGHT THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1916, L All Around Town o There A re at Least 7 Distinct :- , 1 3.4 f f7J:p; TOMORROW Wednesday Surprise Sale No. 813 An offering of large round Center Pieces at 98c Another shipment of those good selling Center Pieces. Laco insertion and lace edge. A splendid article for gift giving-. Von must aeo these to appreciate the very spe cial value on sale Q0 tomorrow At ; .-..... Ol Sale stnrts at 8:30. Bee window. I Says de Facto Government Has No Ships and Cannot Reach Him by Land Mexiculi, Mexico, Sept. II). via Ca lexieo, Cat Colonel EBtnban Cnntu, head of the government if Lower Cal ifornia, today officially discredited re ports from San Diego that Cnrranza soldiers were mobilized near Guaynias ior nn advance on I until s territory. The following official Btuteinent was issued from Colonel Cuntu's offices to day: . , "Governor Cnntu has no news what ever of the so-called expedition. His relations with the general government are as good ns possible. He is under the impression that the reports were forged by enemies of the Mexican gov ernment, who intend to arouse misun derstanding between (ieneral Carran.a and Colonel ('until. Two months ago the same reports were circulated. These were denied by (lenerni Obrcgou, sec retary of war." A member of Cnntu 's staff snid to day that if the reported preparations! for invasion of Lower California were true, the general government oxpodi-i iion wouiu iiitiioiiiMociiv end in failure. JACK FROST CONFECTION- ERY FOR SALE Good Buy. 12th and Ferry fits. I Save $5- 1 on Your Next Suit or Overcoat For $20 and no higher we will make to your order a SUIT or OVERCOAT absolutely guaranteed to fit and satisfy you in every way, and to be the equal of gar ments for which other tailors ask $25 to $30. This means a clear saving to you of from $5 to $10. Our New Line for Fall is now on Display I Come in and see it TODAY. Ward K. Richardson ! 2395 Front Street Reasons Union Suits Please Everybody They are: Perfect fit Washability Durability Comfort smooth seams, non-binding crotch, soft non-chafing fiibrics, non -gaping seat. Strong buttonholes and buttons sewed on to stay. Wide selection in fabrics, styles and weights. Very moderate prices for very fine quality. This is tho feature of Munsingwcnr that will surprise and delight you most. The Union Suit We Recommend llecauso it recommends us. It satisfies pleases the buyer and that's whut we want every transaction in this store to do. AVc are proud of our-Muiisingwear stock first, because Muiisiugwenr is world famous for quality, and second, becuuse we know that Munsingwear will please everybody. We can fit you correctly in the style, weight and fabric you like most. W.ViVWAVAWAVWWAV.'.V.VAW.V.V.V.'.Sl QUALITY AND SERVICE "They have no ships to move such an expedition," said this stuff officer, "And if an attempt were made to' bring the troops 100 miles ' overland through the desert wastes between .Mexicali and the Sonora state line al most insurmountable difficulties would bo laced by the contingent." Market Was Firm and Prices Varied Little New York, Sept. 10. The New York Evening Sun financial review today said: . Notwithstanding the strenuous ef forts of .professional traders to drive prices to materially lower levels in to-1 day's session, the general course of the' ninrket in the greater part of the five hours of business presented decided firmness, with sharp advances in I ninny issues nnd a marked disregard i for the activities of operators who' were anxious to accumulate stocks at 1 a cheaper range. I The public iigniii was committed to' the buying side, without, however, ex-1 hibiling the feverish appetite for stock as reported in the ninrket of recent preceding days. Although many of the professional traders insisted prices would go lower, strong interests were buyers of all the prominent issues. This buying was pronounced in the early afternoon when I'nited Slates Steel moved into new high ground when I'nion l'neifir moved up more than a point and when the coppers became more prominent. In the lnte trading prices showed ir regular and in several instances re actionary tendencies without the ac companiment of heavy selling. STEELS NEW RECORD New york. Sept. 10. I'nited States Steel common set another new record price at 101) a share on the slock ex change this afternoon. It was up . 1.50 for the dav. to $10- Why If RED SOX DEFEAT (Continued on Page Eight.) No runs, one hit, no errors. Second inning: Boston Thomas walked. Mays fanned. Hooper flew to Vench, Jnnvrin safe on Heilintin's er ror. Shorten hit to Young, who tagged third, forcing Thomas. No runs, no hits, one error. Detroit Crawford fanned. Heilmnu doubled to right but was out trying to stretch it, Hoover to Janvrin to Gard ner. Scott threw out Bums. No runs, one hit, no errors. Third inning: Boston Hoblitzell grounded to Heilninn. Lewis lined to Bush, (iiinlner walked. Burns threw out Scott. No runs, no hits, no errors. Detroit Mtnnnge grounded to Hoh- lit.ell who tngged first. Mays threw out Dauss. Bush died the same way. No runs, not bits, no errors. Fourth inning: Boston Dauss threw out Thomas. -Maya singled. Hooper lined to Crawford. Janvrin singled. Bush threw out Shorten. No runs, two hits, no errors. ", . Detroit Scott threw out Young and Cobb. Vench lined to Gardner. No runs, no hits, no errors. Fifth inning: Boston, Hoblitzell singled. Cobb made a great running catch of Lewis' short fly and threw to Burns, doubling Hoblitzell at first, linrdner singled. Scott forced (iardner, Bush to Heilniau. No runs, two hits, no errors. Detroit Crawford singled. Jnnvrin threw out Heilninn. Crawford taking second. Burns scored Crawford with a single. Stnnnge fanned. Burns was caught off second, Thomas to Scott.. One run, two hits, no errors. Sixth innings: Boston Thomas sing led. Mnvs bunted nnd forced Thnnins at second, Dauss to Bush. Hooper flew j to Vench. Burns dropped Jnnvrin 's t foul, being given an error. Jnnvrin I fanned. No runs, one hit, one error. Detroit Dnnss singled. Bush bunted i n fly to Thomas. Young flew to Shor I ten. Cobb grounded to lloblit.el. No runs, one hit, no errors. I Seventh inning: Boston Shorten doubled. Hoblitzell, sacrificed. Bush to Burns, Shorten taking third. Lewis, sne I rificed, fjied to Crawford, Shorten scor : iug. (iardner singled nnd was out stealing, Stauage to Heilninn. One run, i two hits, no errors. I Detroit Vench flew to shroten. Jun- vrin threw out Crawford. Heilninn dotib j led. Bums was purposely walked. Me- Kee, batting for Stnntge, fanned. No runs, one hit. no errors, I Eighth inning: Boston Baker' re l placed Stallage. Scott fouled to Burns. Thomas fanned. Mnvs singled. Hoooer i tripled scoring Mays; Janvrin fouled I 1,1 lliilfi'r IIiia run ttvi lit tin nr. rors. Detroit Harper batted for Dauss, Scott threw out Harper. Mays threw out Bush. Young singled infield. Cobb singled. Veach flew to Shorten. No runs, two hits, no errors. Ninth inning: Boston James re placed Dauss for Detroit. Shorten flew to Heilmnu. Hoblitzell beat out a bunt to Jumcs.' Hoblitzell stole second. Lewis and Gardner walked. Boland now pitching for Detroit. Hoblitiell caught off third. Baker to Youug to Heilninn to Burns, other runners advanced on the ploy. Scott flew to Cobb. No runs, one hit, no errors. Detroit Crawford singled. Heilmnu forced Crawford, Gardner to Janvriu. Bums flew to Shorten. Dnbue batting for Baker thrown out by Scott, No runs, one hit, no errors. Score bv innings: R. H. E. Boston ...1 0 0 i) 0 0 1 1 0 3 12 0 Detroit ...0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 t) 1 Mnvs and Thomas; Dauss, Stallage and Buker. ; COMING EVENTS September 20. Monthly mect- ing Commercial club. Address by Harwood Hall and John H. Todd; September 20. Cherrians attend Folk county fair. 8ept. 25-30 Oregon State Fair. Sept. 28. Elk's day at stute fair. Oct. 4-5-'G Marion County In- stitute, Salem. Oct. 13. Inauguration of Pr. Carl Gregg Doney as presi- dent of Willamette Univorsi- ty. October 10-17. Degree of Hon- or convention. Ort. 18-19 Maccabee conven- tion. " October 17-20. Banti.it state convention, Salem. November 7. Presidential elcc- tion. November , 6. City primary election. Dr. Mendeuohn, specialist, fits glasse- m eorrectjy. U. 8. Bank. Bid.', o The red tie will te worn by the Cher. rians tomorrow for the afternoon visit at Dallas and the Polk county fair, ac cording to an edict Issued by King Bing Deckebach. o Fresh, cider at Farmers Cider Works, 10c per gallon. sept21 o P. O. Brown, who has neen attending the -North Pacific Dental college at Portland is returning for his last year. Donald Byrd will also attend the col lego entering for his first year. o Drink Cereo. tne Hernia food, the health drink. Aiik your grocer. tf o Pete Peterson, the talkless individu al who has been in the city jail for several days pending an examination as to his sanity, was committed to the asylum tor the insane this morning. No finer stock anywhere than at Ilartman Bros. Co., jewelers and sil versmiths. State and Liberty. o The maximum temperature yesterday was 72, with a minimum of in, nc.cord- ) ing to the official thermometer. The river is holding noout even witn a gunge of .5 f a foot below low water mark. Leading Jewelers' and silversmiths Hartman Bros. Co., successor to Barr's. d Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Wheeler of Port land, accompanied bv C. P. Bishop and D. F. Wagner, are out on an auto tour today in the eastern part of the coiin tv. Mr. Wheeler was a resident of Sa lem about 20 years' ago. ....Dr. F. H. Thompson has his offices remodeled and specializes in Ear, Nose, Eye and Throat. 414 Bank of Com merce. , 6 The Willamette law school will en roll two students from the same fami ly, a father and son. In this ease it linppens to be Fred S. Bynon who is now in his senior law school class and A In n A. Bynon who will also qualify this school term ns a lawyer. Dr. R. Meuric Roberts, osteopathic physician, 30!) Mnsonin bldg., phone 40? Word was received this morning from Ralph Southwick from Globe, Arizona, that he had recently been, promoted nnd now holds tiie job of cashier of the Wells-l'argo express compnny nt that place. Mr. Southwick went to Globe about ten months ago. Dr. Alice Bancroft, over Stockton's Eye and Nervo Specialist. Work on the addition to the Marion hotel has been progressing according to , nnd ih two miner stories will be rendv for occupancy fair week. The hardware work on these two stories will be completed today and the fur nishings will go in the latter part of the week. Bring your agates home to be pol ished. Gardner &, Keene, Jewelers, Salem. There is a general activity in Odd Fellow lodges preparatory to the Mar ion county convention to be held in (Senilis, Saturday October 14. Chemek etn lodge Xo. l'of Salem will be rep resented next Saturday evening at a special meeting to be held at Turner and the following week the home lodge will visit other lodges in the county. Salem's most reliable jewelers, Gard ner & Kcene. Mrs. Lizzie Hess of Denver is here for a few weeks, a guest at the home of R. R. Rvan, three miles east of the city. Mrs. Hess has expressed herself as surprised to ttnd a country with the wonderful vesetatiou just at this time of year as she hails from a country where there is nothing but just bare rocky mountain sides. Smoke Hygrade cigars and Salem will smoke with you smoke others and and yon give Salem no reveaue. o Xrs. S. E. Johnston of Multnomah station arrived in the eity today and will accompany the body of her daugh ter, Mrs. Clara May Hodges, who died last Sunday, to Portland. The funer al services will be held in Portland and interment will be , iu the Riverview eemetery. Mrs. HwTbjres ts survived by a husband and two children. o Millinery openin, extensive showing of French and American designs, 3 large display rooms, seven fitting mir rors, rsperief-cd s&hAswomcn. The French Shop, 3o!t State St. You want the best printing at the lowest possible cost. Try the Capital Journal Job Department. ' Chief of Police Welsh returned last ! night from Arlington with John Exe des, who is charged with being the man j who swindled Oust Demas, the Salem slioc ponsher, out of fflla several weeks ago. It is expected that ho will be ar raigned this afternoon. A verdict for the defendant was giv en by Justice of tho Peace Webster in th ease of Capital Street Garage vs. D. J. Gilliam tnis morning. The trou ble grew out of a trade between the parties in which lour motorcycles and a Cadillac car were involved. Charged with the "unlawful mutila tion of and .mving in their possession the carcass of a deetso as to disguise tne sex ami prevent the same from be ing ascertained, which snid deer had; tken and there been killed by said de- "I am not acquainted with Dr. Mag fendants," Jesse Bankluirst, Rex Bur-1 nPs personally, but I know him bv remi- nctt, Jesse Kephart, E. B. Kronk, Bert Lytle, Frank Reveal and R, E. Brown, employes of the Silverton Logging com pany, were arrested this morning. They will be arraigned before Justice Web ster this afternoon. o The big grain crops in the eastern same thing would have happened in part--of the state around Wasco and England, France or even America, if Pendleton was especially noted by U.' America were at war and a known nnti G. Holt, who mis just returned from j American wished to enter, a 30 days auto tour of the eastern part) "Dr. Mngnes was not barred because of the state ami Idaho. And next to he is a jew, but because of his opinions, the big grain crops and the money the: I am certain that some other Jew would sheep men were making, tho absolute i not have refused. Personally I regret failure of the fruit crop in Idaho was i that he was heard for had lie come to noticeable. This year in parts of Ida- Petrograd I am sure I could have eon ho there is no crop whatever of prunes, J vinced him that the Jews here are Rus apples or peaches as the snow and latojsians first and Jews afterwards. I am spring killed all the chances of a crop.) Russian myself, but were I not, nnd o simply as a Jew myself w hich was best The shup of different millinery, open-1 for my people a Russian victory or a ing days .beginning 'Wednesday, 500 Russian defeat, I would unhesitatingly trimmed hats from if.'i.OO to .t2.).0((. The, say a Russian victory and a victory for French Shop, 3."!l State St. I the allies. o I - " I believe I could have convinced Dr. The monthly meeting of the Com-j Mngnes of this. If his co-religinnists niercial club tomorrow evening will be: abroad are desirous of aiding the cause much more than just nn ordinary sea! of -the Jews, they will serve best by sion. Since the last monthly meeting: aiding Ihe allies " two educators have come into the eom- inanity, John W. Todd, superintedentj Dr. Mngnes was halted at Stockholm of the citv public schools, and Harwood ! by the refusal of the Russiun govern- Httll, superintendent of the iaiem iii - dian school at ( hemawa, and both will speak during tho evening. Besides these addresses ami the regular busi ness of the session, there will be a dis cussion of the proposed $230,000 "Sa lem Industrial Fund." The most notaDle showing or trim- med hats ever displayed in the eity.Lj copies of the lntest lints in filmdom in- eluding Theda Bara, Marguerite Clark, National Lillian Walker, Mary l'ickford audi First game R. II. E. manv other noted star types. J ne. French Shop, 3."!) State St With the radical advance ill the price of wheat comes the announce- Second game R. H. E. j ment that several grocery items made ; Pittsburg 1 7 2 mostly of the cereal will step up a fewjew York a 12 0. notches. Yesterday grocers received Evans and W. Wagner; Tcsrenu and notice that Cream of Wheat would ! McCartiv. 1 cost 7.) cents more a case wholesale. Other advances are 00 cents a ease wholesale for Cottolene and a slight ad - vance ail along the line for salad and cooking oils. Sultana raisms will niso be higher, ns there is none now on i.iea,1(i Myers. market. The war ia Europe is to , blame for. these higher prices as Greece and Duly have exported no currants and the' bakers everywhere are now obliged to use raisins. And the worst j of it nil is that mince ment is likely to; go higher and mince pie placed on tho j sheh as a luxurv instead of a neces-i sitv. 0 The mail order houses evidently re - gard this part of the V. S. as pretty good territory, ns Postmaster llucke-j stein has been notified by the postof-l 'ice department that a shipment or. () sacks of mail containing mail order catalogs will arrive in the city within a few days. The shipment comes by fright from New ork and is tlistriD-j uted from Salem nt the local parcel post rates for the second and third zones. This sends them to all points within a radius of 150 miles of the city. Word has neen roceiven irom .Mays and Thomas; jiuuss, .inmes, no nia'il order house in Chicago that an- land and Baker. ' other big shipment, will be made by freight to Salem for- distribution. Andj R. H. E. on top of this news comes the informa ! Washington 0 11 3 tion that a manager of one of the mail Cleveland 0 13 , 3 order houses in nn address declared! (Jallia and Williams; lingby, Morton, that the mail order business was tjsccbe, Gould and Deberry. O'Neill, high tide where there was the least ; newspaper advertising. Company M Will Be Mustered Out Monday Morning The soldier boys will be mustered out at 9:30 o'clock next Monday morning, according to the latest information. X'ii til positive word is received ns to; exactly what day the boys will arrive, no definite date will be made by the Salem Patriotic League for their re ception. . j But as soon as the time of their ar rival can be announced, those who ' have volunteered to send chicken pie and other good things will be notified, as the League intends to give the boys a genuine home-coining banquet of homo cooked "vittals." Besides the banquet, the other big event of the home-eoming will bo the reception to which all Salem will be' invited. It is probable that all patri- otic organizations in tho city will take, part in the reception as the Grand j Army of the Republic has already I signified its intentions of celebrating the return. j However, although the banquet and reception has been frequently post- poned, it is here waiting for the boysi and everybody in town is invited to i be there. America's fisheries yield a return of' 20,000,000 double that of England. New York Rabbis Sympathies Not His Race Prevented Entrance -By William Philip Simrns. (United Press staff correspondent.)' . Petrograd, Aug. 18. By mail.) Dr. Judap Leon Manges, noted New York rabbi, was barred from Russia, not be cause he was a Jew, but because his public utterances had classified him as pro-German. Attorney Henry Sliozberg, a leading Jew member of the Jewish relief com mittee and for 30 years an active Israel ite worker, made this statement today. He explained why Dr. Mngnes was re fused udmission to Russia after he had come to Europe to distribute a fund for relief ot .Jewish refugees from the war ZOne, raised in America. tatiou as a man of absolutely honest convictions," said Sliozberg. "He possesses a forceful character, but if he is pro-German and said things he is reported to have said in speeches 1 am not surprised that he was not per mitted to enter Kussin. I believe the ment to permit him to enter. At his IWwYork offices it. was snul todny that he is ntiw in Germany. ' m TODAY'S BALL SCORES t pittsburg 2 .) 2 Pittsburg 0 10 0 Jacobs, Scott and rischor; Anderson, , Kenton ami Rariden, Kocher. i R. If. L. , Cincinnati 1 12 1 j Hrooklvn .'1 7 0 Scliulz, Musely ami Hiihn; I'I'effer R. II. E.I i Chicago 2 S 0 Philadelphia 0 3 2' Vnnghan and Wilson; Alexander and Killifer. It. H. E. j St. Louis 3 M II j Boston 0 HI 0! i Watson, Lot, and Gonzales; Regan i all,i Blackburn. j American j k. II. J.. j Philadelphia -1 10 .2; , Chicago ' lj j Nnbors, Sheehan and Haley; Benz, , Punl'orth and Lynn. ' j j R. H. E. nston 3 12 0; j Detroit I 1; Journal Want Ads Get licsults lou I Want Try one and see. IF ITS EMPTY fill n VP Capital Journal FOR RENT ad will do the job. It only coats lc a word, and you can't worry for that amount Just Phone 81 jT"'-ai Special Days To Be Features' at Shadow Lawn Presi dent to Speak By Robert J. Bender (United Press staff corresiondent) Washington, Sept. 10. (Aboard tho president's special train.) There is to be more political noise at Shadow Lawn from now on. Tho president, Chairmuu . Vance McCormick and other political leaders, have reached the decision that from now on political horses will bo spurred all the way down t lie remaind er ol the stretch. Several big "Jersey days" several "open house days" at Shadow Lawn for women suffrage workers, numer ous speeches in which the president will uphold ileniocracy 's record of the past four years, and an occasional sally in to surrounding states by the presiden tial party will be some of the heavy ar tillery iinliuib'ered. Democratic "leaders admit the cam paign from their Standpoint hits brou necessarily lagging the past week or so. But 'from the time the president , gets bnck to the summer while huuso things are to be set humming. It is be lieved the president will be once inoro strenuously urged to make a western trip. ' The first political porch speech will eome on Saturday when the president will address the 'Businessmen 's League of Trenton. The same day he expects to receive n delegation of child welfaro workers who wi'.l thank him for getting the child labor bill through congress. Monday the president goes to Balti more to address the National Grain Dealers' association. - The president spent a quiet day on the train. Vpou leaving Columbus, S. ('., last evening after the burial of his sister, Mrs. Annie Howe, he was ac corded a remarkable tribute. Several thousand persons gathered at the rouv end of the train. As it pulled slowly out, every man removed his hat and the women stood silent. Tliere was no sign of cheering. Entering his car, the president said: "That was splendid. ' ' . At all other points where crow. Is met the train the same silent greeting was accorded the president. Why Have Yoiir Capital tied Ip in an Empty House? A Capital Journal FOR RENT Ad at One Cent a Word will Get You a Renter. PIANO TUNING First-class work. All kinds of repairing. All work guar anteed. Twenty-five years' experience. Leave orders at Wylie B. Allen Co., phone 11S7. Residence phone 1405. .1. E. HOCKETT, 915 Highland Avenue. sle Notice to Farmers Woodry the auctioneer will sell your farm stock. Sales for 2 per cent and guarantee satisfac tion. Phone oil. Wanted I will tay you the highest cash price for your used furni ture. -Phone oil, Woodry the auctioneer. AUCTION SALE of Household Furniture at -13(5 South Sixteenth Street, on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 1916 Commencing at 1:30 p. in., consisting of 1 good 8-liole range with water front and reservoir. 2 extra good heaters. 2 dressers, 4 beds, 2 good rugs 9x12; 2 squares linoleum 9x12, 1 round oak extension table, fall-leaf table, 1 oak sideboard, 1 longue in green velour, 1 library table, 1 comode, stand, table, 10 dinners, 2 finned oak rockers with iigh backs and Spanish leather seats "new." 3 other rockers, garden hose, axes, spade, kitchen utensils and dishes, and other things. Everybody eome. . a Terms cash. Mrs. L. V. Yoho, Owner. F.N. Woodry, Auctioneer, Phone 511.