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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1916.
son's Jewelry Specials
Save your good jewelry by having extra pieces for every-day wear
To close out our line of Jewelry, values 15 to 25c, have placed everything at 10c
Cuff Links, values 15 to 25c, to close out at 10c pair
Bar Pins, assorted designs, 15c values now 10c
Neck Chains, good values at 15c, now . , lOc
Brooches,, many designs, 15c values, now .' . 10c
Men's Watch Chains, good values, to close at 10c
Stick Pins, values up to 25c, to close out at ', 10c
Tie Clasps, 15c values, now , . ' lOc
Beauty Pins, regular 15c sellers, now. '. 10c pair
Men, Women and Children's Rings, to close out '. ' '. 10c
To clean 'up on a lot of fancy coupe shape decorated china plates, regular 15c
sellers, to close out at, each . . 10c
WE INVITE STATE FAIR VISITORS TO OUR STORE.
.Trapped by Two Girls He
, Puts Up $15,000 to Pre
i Hobson's 5-10-15c Store
254 N. COMMERCIAL ST.
G. W. HOBSON, Prop.
Chieago, Sent. '-'!. Tho other side ol
the story of an Iowa businessman's al
leged entanglement in a blnrkmail plot
here and his supposed payment of $15,
000 huch, money, wil be told to Iliuton
G. Clabaugh, federal Investigator here
C. E. Wheeler and W. X. ,7ay, attor-
Tinvn for the Town limn, tnlil fiiiir iili-
El ; ent 's story to C'luhaimu here yesterday.
UjThey are keeping his naino seerot until
n after his daughter's wedding which is!
l.A 'I'l.n nttA..n. .... ..f 1,.'
Hiu uc own. t. iv iiuviiia 1110 ui nit
M I firm of Brimiii, Wheeler, KUiott and
Si Jay of a eity in Iowa,
tf Two girls in his home town, it is
H'said, eame to Chieago and in June, the
m I Jem-u man, visiting here, called on them.
HIle had been in their apartments only
H , a few minutes when the door beU rang.
S3 One of the girls answered it and in go
Qjing out, closed the door leaving the man
Mjnnd girl alono in the room in which
55 , there was a bed, it is said.
H When the girl returned f rom 'answer
ESing the door, she was accompanied by
Q 1 two men, one of whom said he was u
j The Juwaian says he was charged
Jj with violating the Mann act but was
H ' advised he could husa up the affair, lie
13 1 iiaid$oOO, it is said.
Mi Later the lawyer and the two girls
Contest Is Assured
Humors that the annual Willamette
sity would not be played this year were
shattered yesterday morning when
Coach ilnthewB definitely announced
the return of tho veteran warriors for
their annual battering. Owing to con
flicting dates in tho 'varsity schedule
and that tho Salem business men may
see the 1910 team under first fire, the
game will begin at 10 o'clock s'narp.
Although Manager Tlurgess P. Ford
of tho alumni team has been making
strenuous efforts to sign up the stars
of former years, tho list of former pa
trons of the beef trust is still in the
melting pot of doubt, Coach Mathews
announced the alumni possibilities this
P E N
DESSSE'SEnE'lT'SnC'finB'BraHHESnHnHBSn HRBBiraWlWffWlr1!!SFIMMraiwiwi!Mi visited the Jowainn's home town and
HOW TO REDUCE
A SIMPLE. SATE, RELIABLE WAY
l-.a-' rt-0r.' .Vt.-
People who are over-burdened with
superfluous fat, know only too well the
discomfort and ridicult that over-stout
people have to bear.
If you are carrying iround five or
ten pounds of unhealthy fat you are
unnecessarily weakening your vital or
gan V and are carrying a burden which
destroys the beauty Ok your figure. i
There is no need of anyono suffering
from superfluous fat. If you want to I
reduce your weight in a simple, siei
find reliable way, without starvation
diet or tiresome exercise, here is a test
worth trying. Spend as much time as
you can in, the open air, brcatho deep
ly and get from any good druggist a
box of oil of lioroin capsules; take one
after etch meal und one before retiring
Weigh yourself once a woelt so as to
know just how fast you are losing
weight and don't leave off the treat
ment or even skip a single docs until
juu arti uuwu iu iruriuui.
Oil or korcin is absolutely harmless,
is pleasant to take, and help's digestion.
Even ! few days treatment has been
reported to- show a noticeable reduction
your work seem easier and a lighter and1"""""-" louI "H.vs nlllss r souuers lighting in a trench
inore buovant feeling takes possession ' K'gement and the Portland Oregunian which is in the range of tho enemy's
of vour whole being. : 011 A,u'!u!!t 20 comments as follows: shells and shrapnel. A great ocean liner
Every person who suffers from super- " Civilization," now being screened is torpedoed and women and children
fluous 'fat should give this treatment nt tl,e Heb theatre, is of the most drown.
atrial. : daring protests against the selfishness "Hardly less vivid is a superbly
i !"'id inhumanity of a war of greed and , staged fight in the interior of a suli-
TOOK HIM AT HIS WORD ! ftCrl''siriI the world has known. There j marine when its commander, sickened ut
Ms a bombardment of a citv by aero- slaughter, opens the torpedo tube and
,.; Marvsville, Cal., Sept. 21). Taking' I1'111'08 where great buildings are de-', the '"Sine e Imt-
I'rinciiial J. C. liav at his word when : molished and hundreds left dead under t Tt' . . , ,. . .. . .. ,, ,
lie protested against stylish clothes and: the debris of the buildings. There is a ."t" , !'', Is li la'Tln
ZAX ..nava, battle where dreadnoughts and VT " "
ing clad in overalls, "hickory" shirts j Wedding Invitations, Announcement! T) p r P .
and cheap bungalow aprons. . ! and Cal'.ine Cards Printed at the Jour I &HS DflrrOWS lOr firSl
, oal Job Department.
there extorted $l..")0ti. Thev arc sup
I posed also to have taken two notes for
I $.")IIOO eneh. These are said to have
been left with lawyers with the under
standing they would not be negotiated
if there was the slightest hint at pub
licity. It is said there is no violation of
the Mann act involved ami it is not
believed the case involves the supposed
blackmailers recently arrested, here.
Montana Man Shot
by Girl Reporter
Missoula, Mont., Sept. 2ft. Suffering
I from three bullet wounds inflicted by
J Miss Edith Colby, a newspaper report-
er, A. C. Thomas, republican county
chairinnn, was in a precarious condi
I tion here today.
I The shooting occurred in the street
j at Thompson i'alls. One of the bullets
hit Thomas in the stnniacli. Miss Colby
who wns formerly in politics in Spo
kane, is detained by the police.
It is nlleged that Miss Colby opened
fire after Thomas refused to answer
her rjiiestions and accused her of tellinc
The wonderful Inco feature " Civiliza-1 super-dreadnouiihta
inn" .,.,. 1, i!.w....l !....
v....... o w in. viinnii iiii-itiir un ij IIC-CS UII11 B11UK.
are tattered to
One scene shows
The Journal Does Job Printing.
xtra ! ' Va
All This Week
UGH 11 EAT
Time Outside the City
New York, Sept. 28. Paris is bor
rowing money for the first time outside
of France. A $00,000,000 loan is Do
ing arranged for the city hero througlii
Kuhn, l.oeb & Co., it was announced to
day. The loan will take the form of a five
year, six per cent bonds which will be
offered the public by the banking fiimi
next week. --
The I'ily of Paris will use the funds
je'ovitb'd by the bond issue to iii'Tcise
hospital facilities, build orphan asylums,
cart' for wmPivs of soldiers and to main
tain the uncaiph.yed.
Journal Vv'nut Ad Get P.esults You!
Want Try ono and sen
.r ? ' .'''Ti i u-i
'THE STRONGER LOVE, i
TODAY - TOMORROW
lit iiir n'ri t tnt rf', V" i iVi jLii'. jii ,'iUiJriV
morning which arc an array that wouM IjS'jjfiiir?
insiiii terror liuo n cihi nniinii.
The mere ehaneo that either "Pruney"
Francis himself or Ciinuneey Bishop
of Salem Woolen Mills fame will play
the charging role of fullback in good;
old fashioned style is sufficient to a-j
rouse the attention of football follow '
ers anywhere. j
lirazier Small and TToward .lewett,j
the speedy Lilliputians of recent years j
and Lloyd Shisler will tend to the!
halves while Gingrich, Small or lin-
ney Miller direct the movements from,
the pivotal position of quarterback. !
For confer Massey or John Carson are
INSISTENT PETITIONS OF PORT-
1 HI.-UH Ul ilii'H- Hiu lilt n. ..i .i. v
tackles and "Doc" Mclntyre hiuisel:
may participate as one, if not both,!1
As ti:e alumni game is always synon- CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND OTHER PROM-
ffiSffi INENT INFLUENCES, TO HOLD THE FAIR OPEN
()pch Muthews nnnoiincetl his first .
1. ...Ill l.n 1D.1 fmti Ptm
XTTZ naiAND OTHER EXHIBITS WILL BE HELD IN PLACE
left tackle; Flegel or IMmicK, lett eni;
liauch or Winner, right guard; 'jaylor
or Sniess. rmlit tackle; Kextord on
Sparks, right end; Month or (Irosve
nor, quarter; Teall or Tasto, left half;j
livnon or Tasto, right half; Taylor or:
"With such a lineup of heavyweights'
on the alumni team the 'varsity will
ilo well to break even,'' said Coach j
Mathews. "Considering that we havoj
had a first team squad for only four
days, we haven't got much chance to
The alumni were defeated 27 to 0 last
year by the varsity n!id determined to
revenge the score, the game on Satur
day morning will be n liiii'd tjissle. j
OWING TO THE FACT THAT THOUSANDS OF
PEOPLE OF THE STATE, ESPECIALLY PORT
LAND, WERE UNABLE TO VISIT FAIR DURING
WEEK AND DESIRE TO SEE THE EXHIBITS OF
THE BIGGEST STATE FAIR IN HISTORY OF THE
NORTHWEST, THE STATE FAIR BOARD HAS
YIELDED'TO INSISTENT PETITIONS OF PORT
LAND BANKERS' ASSOCIATION, PORTLAND
SUNDAY. THE LIVE STOCK, AGRICULTURAL
lies about him. She declares he in
.). Munire, editor of the paper, is
also in jail. Miss Colby told the sher
iff Manire urged her to shoot Thomas.
AND SOME FEATURES OF THE CARNIVAL AT
TRACTIONS WILL ALSO BE ALLOWED TO RUN
DURING THE DAY.
SACRED BAND CONCERT IN NIGHT HORSE
' AND HAVE A GOOD TIME
TO REGAIN A HEALTHY,
l 1. 1 I W... I'. .'.ul. iri. l. 1
ish complexion, one ounce or oriiinui t . frt.rrrlWWirwvivr frrte,-
iiierciilized wax will ant you in tins di
rection more man iiieivca inn m ens-, mlllm , , , , ,
luetics. It produces a natural beauty.
This was, procurable at any drugstore,! STEAMER BEAR DAMAGED.
cointpletcly absorbs a bud complexion,-
revealing' the healthy young sdiin uu- Kuroka, Cal., Sept. u'S. A large
..erneath. Its work .s done so gradual- j lt,v ,. .u(,. M the side of the
lv. dav bv dav. that no inconvenience
is caused.' The wax is applied nt night,
like cold cream, and removed in the
morning with soap and water.
Another valuable rejuvenating treat
ment this for wrinkles is to bathe
vour face in a solution of powdered
saxolite, 1 oz., dissolved in 'a-pt. witca
, - rTTTMn-rtim ii -iiwirfif nimnii m im mi hiimmhi :
mil im r u ii i n . ii in .iihumi nnm i '
titi g iV tit mu T tn nmt mML2uLu
When lb SALEM, OREOON. ito '
Free and Private Batbj :
This has n r nrkable action in j BATES: 75o, $1.00, fl.GO PE DAI
Hleiimer Hear, now' on tho beadi near
Jape Mcdocino, us n result of tho
stiuiii of the l;i sit three days. Wester
ly seas have been suiieping in on tho
steamer, preventing work by tho salv
ors. It was reported from the Hceno of
the wreck tinkiv that the Dear's hull
has been severely slrained and her po
sition has been altered. Tho salvugu
work may be given up.
smoothing out the
up the loose w:
lines and ' 1 firming
The only hotel in the businosi uintrkl
X en ret o all Dopols, Theatre nr
' npitol Buildings.
A H i me Away From Horn.
T. O. ELIGH, Prop.
I Eoti Phones. Free Anto Bns.
ngagemsnt Extraordinary .
(Contitiu-'d fiom I'ngc Thicc.)
tt durk .Itiiifi night, literally alive with
Fireflies. Lac i flush reiiresenleil a
blast from a giunt gun; yet this crest,
was only one of half a doen others
seen while approaching Coinbles from j
ouo sido only.
As my eyes ached from trying to fol-1
low tho incessant flashes, bursting seem-
incly from every inch of the entire
crest, I suggested to an Alpine cliaus
seur. my guide, that the action was
probably at ils height.
"This is an ordinary bombardment,"
ho replied shrugging his shoulders.
In fuct half an hour later officers
said that this uns merely the bombard
ment which followed the general iK-ault.
Cmnblcs already had been taken.
First-class work. All kinds
of repairing. All work guar-
antccd. Twenty-five years'
experience Leave orders at
Wylio B. Allea Co., phono 1 IK7.
Residence phono 1-105.
J. 10. 1IOCKETT,
015 Highland Avenue. sit
i EDMUND SON BURNER, Props
I l'hono !.') or li)5
' Leaves Salem, cor. Slato and
Liberty .Street daily, 8:00 a. m.,
JhOO a. ui., 2:.'1U p. m. and
k i:00 p. in.
Tieaves ludependenuo opposite
! PoBtnfl'ico daily.
!l:0U a. in., P-':30 p. in., 4:00 p. m.
and 7:00 p. m.
' Fare, 50c t
Extra Cars for Country Trips.
-1 Hays Stsrt
m Sun. Oct.!
Greatest I J If IimIwJ i l.CjPii ,ncc
in 1 1 reels with 1000 thrills. Brought direct in its entirety from a
four weeks engagement at the Neilig Theatre, Portland, Oregon
SPLENDID ORCHESTRA FEATURE CHORUS
WONDERFUL EFFECTS A REVELATION
Prices Same as in Portland, 25c, 59c, 75c. Reserved Seat Sale Opens Today
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If fill I Notice to Farmers 1;.;
h)' ft Woodry tho auetioneer will sell I 'j
!' tt yur falm "'fek. Bales for 2 B
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In Wm. Fox's ricuui;aLion
UNER TOO FLAGS
Sunday and Monday
YE LBERTY THEATRE
If You Know When You Are Lucky Don't
Musical Comedy, Minstrel and Jubilee Singers
A $1.00 Show for 25c and 35c
Listen for the Band
Grand Theatre A 5