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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORKOON. SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 1916.
Come to Moore for More Values in Furniture
Willamette Valley News
(Capital Journal Special Service) .
Rev. T. D. Yarncs is attending the
Annual conference of the Methodist
church at Lebanon, this week.
Murphy and Bedford have sold their
hops. The crop wan light but free from
mold. . '
The Win. Squires family, who have
been living on the .1. T. Hunt farm near
Zeoa, will move into the Sriiith-Bran-naa
Walter Hunt and family from eastern
Oregon have arrived in the neighbor
hood. They' traveled with team and
were eleven days on the road. Walter
Hunt is a eon of J. T. Hunt and will,
make his home on the farm recently
vacated by the. Squires family.
Delbert Moore received 1st prize on
his! bantam chickens at both ' Polk
county and Oregon state faws. . Albert
Lamb was another of West .Salem pu
pils who had an exhibit in the indus
fore the high school students Wednes
day noon, during the assembly period.
Her selections were greatly . enjoyed
by all the pupils. Mrs. Grace Weijer of
Portland .gave "several instrumental se
lections, besides accompanying Mrs.
Mr. Koyal and Mr. and Mrs. R. A
I.uthy's brother, John Goodkeneeht and
family near Silvertou Sunday.
A. Mcl.ay, late of Anchorage, Alaska,
visited over Sunday with his son ii. A.
and family, who live iu the north part
Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly and Bob
Kelly motored over from near Jefferson
start on their journey to California
Sunday in Mr. Royal's car. They will
be accompanied to Albany by ln
Hendricks where she will visit with her
I Bister a few days.
I Mrs. W. S. Gordon, wife of the for
mer pastor of the Methodist church of
this city, but now of Astoria. Ore., is
visiting" friends here while her husband
is attending conference.. .
Florence , and Orvillo Stoner attend
ed tho Salem state fair Wednesday.
Wednesday afternoon during the
physiology class in: the high school, an
accident occurred. An experiment was
being made with phosphorus, which ex
ploded and caught the table afire.. In
attempting to -put tho fire out, Dewey
Witney was burned quite badly on the
Karl Sims, who attended the Pendle
ton round up. "returned Sunday. Nelson
W TH. Kliacilii .Inhtiuntl atiirtpd S2iilni. lOdams. who accompanied him, remain-
day for eastern Oregon to visit heri1' ' Pendleton, having secured a po
mother, Mrs. Jasper Rhodes, .who is sition as clerk in a grocery store,
ill. She went by wav of Kelso, Wash.,' Mrs. Kemp, "who has been ill wjth
where she will be met bv her husband.! ptomaine poisoning, was attended by
Among the Polk county pupils at- h"r daughter, Mrs.-Geo. Linduhl of
tending Salem high school are Flossie Monitor. - .".
Becken, Mildred J)ouglass, Ruth Bed- Chas. C Davis from Sheridian has
lord and Walter Braanuii. Attending I taken charge oflHs father s farm on
.junior high are Doretha " Douglass, Pacific Highway. '.,'-:
Alice Wodd, Dorothy Miller and Joan-! W. L. Binklev and son, Bill, left Moli
na James. -.'.I day for tioldendale, Wash. Mrs. Bmk-
Mrs. Moore of Xewborg is the housel 'ey and daughter will leave to join
guest of her nieco, Mrs. T.-1). Vames. them this week. Many friends regret
She arrived Wednesday and will re-1 their departure. .
main fur several davs. . )ieut. 1'. A. I.ivesley and wife with
F. Id. Wood, Walter Gerth and Mrs. aptain and -ars. Murphy of Corvallis
Horace Wuoley are maong the many, motored to Portland Wednesday.
who have concessions at the state fair Many people, .from Woodburu are Ot
tilia year. . tending the stato fair at Salem turn
Mrs. Minnie Anderson of Newberg week. .
is the auest of the Chas. Kuire family. Mr. and Mrs. 1). M. Snntli ot nil
She expects to return home Friday.
The jucCoy family have moved t
Hnleiu and the house vacated by them
is occupied by a Johnstone family.
James WJirinley of Muncie, Indiana,,
was a dinner guest Thursiluy at the
home of his cousin, J. T. Hunt, whom
lie had not seen for forty years. Mr:
Whrinley is on his way to San Diego.
Mr. and Mrs. Kellur and son, Glenn,
liave gone to independence .to live ami
the Peterson family have moved into
the house they vacated.
Mrs. J. T. Hunt spent a day in Dal
las recently. She attended the Polk
county fair and reports a very pleas
' Mis. Ernest Blue and son, Asberry,
expect to at rat for Alaska today. II or
eon Leslie will accompany them as far
as Portland where he will remain to
Moshlierger and daughter, Thelma, will! Sunday and spent the day at the home
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Wooilbuin, Ore., Sept. 29 Mrs. Knth
ivn Crysler Street, contralto, sang be-
sav, I al., will lie tne guests oi men
daughter, Mrs. S. G. Knglish, until
Mayor .Stoelhaunuer has appointed
Mrs. Hiram Overton a member of the
A family reunion was held at the
home of L. T. Johnson Tuesday even
ing. This was the first time in twelve
years that all the Johnson family had
Simon Voder's sister, Mrs. John
Raggic of Needy, is staying at his
home now. She has just returned from
the Silverton hospital having undergone
an operation for appendicitis.
Dr. Brewer removed- the tonsils and
adenoids 'from truest, the Ki-year-old
sun of David Acrgcrter of Linn county,
Mrs. Alice: McDonald of Mill City
stooped iu Stavton Monday to do some
trading on her way home from Jordan
wnere sue was visumi;.
C. A. I.nthy, wife and little daughter
Thelma visited at' tho home ot -Mrs
of her parents, F. 1. Jones anil wife.
Mrs. Dora Slireve has brought the Sa
von hotel on 131 Eleventh street, bet
ween Alder and Washington iu Portland
und will move there as soon as her af
fairs here can be arranged.
While tightening a jar of fruit Suir
day, Chris Giobler cut both hands se
verely on the broken glass. Dr. Brewer
had to take several studies to close the
Mrs. K. H. Coats and sou Kugene ar
rived from Vancouver, Washington, Sat
urday for a visit at the home of her
daughter Mrs. C. C. Nott. Mr. Coats
returned home Monday but Mrs. Coats
will remain for the winter.
The second week of school shows a
decided improvement over the preceed
ing week in attendance, especially iu the
high. This department gained twenty
new-student, giving an enrollment iu
the new high school of 152 pupils. This
number, no doubt, will be increased to
seventy or eighty.
ltywas stated in Inst week's Mail
that Miss Casper of L'aioii, Oregon was
to be the fourth teacher in the high
school,' but as Miss Caspar could not
come, the board secured the services of
Miss Olive Bassett of Newburg. .Miss
BasBCtt is a'graduate of O. A. C. and
is highly recommended. She will teach
classes iu science, Knglish and" history.
Carl Follis and -Miss May Georg'e
were mnrried iu Albany on Wednesday
of last week. The groom is the son of
J. T Follis of Kingston and is well
known iu Stayton, and the bride is the
daughter of Air. and Mrs. Lee George
of shelburii. The yquug couple will
make their home on the Flood place
between Stayton and Kingston.
The Wilbur Woolen Mills company of
this place secured the contract for 10(10
blankets for the state institutions bid
ding against several other sharp com
petitive bids. The contract was not
awarded to the lowest bidder, but qual
ity was taken into consideration, hence
the securing of it by tho Stuyton com
pany, whose products are of the very
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Mill City Items
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Mill City, Ore., Sept. 30. Rev. Mac
Leod preached his farewell sermon
Sunday to a large congregation. A fare
well reception was given for Mr. and
Mrs, MacLeod .at the I. O. O. F. hall
Friday evening and a great many
friends and neighbors were there to
pay their respects to the departing pas
tor. The Silvertou I. O, 0. F. lodge visited
the lodge here and. the evening was
spent ill speeches and gclting acquaint
ed, after which they marched to the
dining room where the Rebeknhs had
prepared a spread which was duly ap
preciated by those present.
Born To Mr. und .Mrs. John Bilyeu,
a son, eptemher z4.
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It is now time to plan the heating of your home for the
winter. While you are changing your stoves why not
buy that new range. The Estate Range is made of Blue
Welded Steel scientifically treated withstand heat and
will outlast any range on.the market for the price. Ask
anyone who owns, an Estate. Prices $30.00 to $50.00
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See our window display of Beautiful Bedroom Sets:
The latest effects in cane panels and plain in oak and
walnut waxed finish. You must see these sets to ap
preciate their values. We have a large line of Dressers
that are especially priced to move. Fill in that extra
piece of furniture now and get enjoyment out of your
home. You deserve it. . v 4 '
Heaters For All
These cool mornings and
evenings make it neces
sary to have a little fire.
We have the heater for you
from a well made air tight
heater to a magnificant
fire place heater. Prices
to suit all. Quality and
heating properties unques
tionel. Prices from
It $1.50 to $20.00
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At a special meeting of Victoria Court'
W. C. O. F., held September 22nd, three;'
new members were initnted, making a
Mr. ami Mrs. Kd Bertram went to the -total of 51) new members iu the Court
fail Monday. with several other nplieatiuns pehding.
Mrs. Morse ami daughter returned to! A committee was appointed to arrange
Albany Monday morning. . I for a card social to bo held Friday ffven-
Mr. and .Mis. I). I). McLnno were Al- ig, UctoDer u.
Clean Cooking and
Cooking becomes - really pleasant and work in
the kitchen is . no longer disagreeable for the
housewife who boasts a Cabinet Gas Range.
.The heat, soot, dirt "arid general balkiness of the
old wood range are all banished.
With a Cabinet Gas Range
Gas Range cooking is the clean, dependable way
to cook. No bother or muss about it. A Gas
Range will convert your kitchen into a cool, com
fortable room where you may be without fear of
soiling dainty garments. .
You will be interested in the
new Range. See them-in our
showrooms. Phone 85.
THE GAS COMPANY
bany visitors the first of the week.
V great many people are taking ad
vantage of the mill not running this
week n nd are taking in the state fair.
We are having 'fino weather for fair
week this vear.
The bridge is again iu passable condi
Miss Mary Irvine, of Albunv, has es
tablished a class in music here.
Mr. I.ettallier's home burned Wednes
day. , Mr. Wm. ltnuibu and Airs. Fox weru
married in Vancouver lust week, return
ing here Saturday. Tho Mill City band
serenaded the bride mid groom Mon
day evening which was highly appreciat
ed. Fine reports are being brought ill by
Salem visitors of, the state fair this
About Our Great State
The following letter was taken from
a Columbus, NebntskJH, newspaper
written by Mr. M. Hruegger, firesham,
to go into the si In; some fields have i Oregon, who is visiting at that place:
com ripe enough to husk, while much j ''After a rapid journey of three 1
or i.eeos hoc,,,, ,o ccks or so to through Nebraska toward the
npea. ilos are being built bv the fob .. ... . . . .
lowing: J , Heisbick, (2nd)', Mrs. i'. "orth, past tho not yet fully hurvested
Wolff, J. H. (iooding, Thomas Connor, ' wheat fields of Montana, and eastern
Walter W. Kay, J. Hnrle, .1. K. Larson,1 Washington, along the basalt banks of
the classical ( olurtibia river 'where
Much corn will soon .be in condition
Mr. Jones, J. H. l.oigren, F. i. Cole
man, J. K. Kldriilge, and P. O. Ciulinin,
Mr. I. Hnrle has purchased a McCor-
nncK corn Harvester, being the rust mm, Oregon, to rest from tho storm of
ever purchased in this vicinity. , polilicm and business hv a visit with
party is building u corn crib to In. Id I11V 0her and sisiers after a long
100 bushels. Many farmers having hop m.paration.
driers will use them to cure the corn I irui,.r n, iil, ,.-.
Petitions Council to Arrange
for This In Compiling
A movement is now on, bucked by the
perfectly. Woodburu Independent.
WEDDING JIT SUBLIMITY.
J green illeys, surrounded by forests
j of fir trees, und overshadowed by
! mighty mountain peaks, Mt. Hood,
the teaching force have arranged
band of Camp Fire Girls and took their
first hike to the North Fork Friday p.
m., returning Saturday. .
l-ulltf the flr.Hinii ' T nrrtt-ml of..)..
few days ago iu tho beautiful state of ; Com ly.-re iu I lb, ior the marking and
liwivi iiiiiuiiijj wi u ii nin-i-ii in rMiifiii,
whereby one may give intelligent infor
mation as to locutions iu tho chy by
The mailer of marking the streets
and of course the money reipiired will
have to come through action of the city
council ami it is especially to the mem
bers of the street committee, W. 11.
Cook, chiiirmaa, J. A. Mills ami N. I).
Klliott, thut a petitiou will be presented.
A rding to those who understand
city a tt'n Lis in general, tho only way
to have this street marking done is to
Jefferson. Adams. St. Helens and
A verv- tiri'ttv i.liitivli mi.ildiiifr wiis ...1 l...- .1 .. 1.... !..
r. Mel. une sold his driving' horse'... , ... u. o....w: i. lIi i. , .
. . i , . . , ' auictiiins-vu ni mu ni. iuiiimr inuiiii' I uii-iii-r- uiri nn-. ji ri-uu mil mi; ill
ami bought un auto tins week. 1 1 ... t n ! ......si...i
Tlie.hiKh wliuul jjirla and iatlieH oft"1 irin, J,M"';u V, 1 J
n ft u ni Hiii- Kr I n link nf fifiu n tr '"h"""""'
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The contracting parties were Adam ,'" i, , ' . W f it I ,..lf , I '"'Pess memliers ot the council an. es
u . . i. r t t i fll,m r 1,1 1IH '"'.V f'1' himself diawn , ,,(,,.my the street committee that it i
Susbauer, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph,,,, ,lilt country and conse,uently spent , ho wish of the citizens. The Coinmer
Susbauer, of near Sublimity, and Miss ! his last davs hero. Many former rial club has iilremlv evuresvi-il itm-lf in
'ltose Kintz, the churming daughter of siss citizens especially ' from the fV((r of such action, but the money und
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kinz, of Sublimity.! "erne Jiigniann, live .nero, miia taeir , nuthonty to do so must come from the
J. T. Follis was au Albany visitor. The liride was tor several years the
Mr. and Mrs. I.. A. Thomas and Miss
Marie Henkel visited at the O. F.
Harold home Sunday.
Miss Bertha Si-h liter and Carl John
sou of Portland were guests at. the Cur
tis Cole home Sunday.
cows and yodel just aslhey did in the city council
popular clerk in F. J. Kiesterer's gea- days of old in the Alps. It has been suggested that citizens
eral store. The groom " is a hustling ''The two states of Oregon and; who really want the streets marked,
voiinc? farmer and well liked bv every- Washington, with their wonderfully should tako the trouble to write the
one. I fino climate, great natural resources . Commercial (;lub to show that the ef-
The bride wore a white pussy-willow , in the mountains, forests and valley, forts of the club are being appreciated
taffeta with p net overdrape, trimmed besides having a population of very and endorsed.
with pearl beads. Her attendants were intelligent, extraordinarily progressive, 1 lie following petition, signed by the
German Newspapers Make
Bitter Attack on American
Herlin, Sept. :tl). Chamiellor Von;
Hethmaiiii llollweg met with the bnd:
get coniioisioii of the reichstng today
in a secret session that will have a most
important bearing on the future con
duct of the war.
The chancellor faced members who
have criticised him for his alleged dri
ll re to wage more energetic war on Kny
laud and men who still advocated a re
sumption of vigorous submarine Will
i's re. Supported bv a renewed outburst
of editorinl opinion anil by attacks on
American neutrality appearing in yes
terday's papers, they pressed the chan
cellor tor moo explicit pledges than
were .contained in his reii hstag speech
On the outcome of this couferei-e
will depend whether Hethmann-lloll-weg's
opponents will continue to wTto
open war on him when the reichstng
reconvenes next wees.
Though several newspaper critics at
tacked the chancellor for failing to out
line more specifically the government '
intentions towurd Kii'.'laml in his reich
stng speech, these sentiments wore not '
Kc).n..l tiLirin. M.wijuv uitli id., un m. . t lie Miuwi-s Wiimm SiiKlifiiier mill Antrcliiic mill t'enernltv sober and moral iicoulu nresiilent of the Ciiniincrctiil cluli n ml shared by the majority of his reichstue
Kintz. .Miss Kushituer wore a -Nile- are facing a great future, greater man the director or each iiepurtment, w ill be 1 "i'i""'-iiin. ;) rimmi-u, un-j nm..
teacher as last year, Mrs. Kuth Smith
' Omar Cole is home again after har
vesting about three weeks on Albnny
Mr. and Mrs. List on Darby returned
home . Friday afternoon' from the hop
Green silk and Mins Kiiitu was attired j any other section of the I'nited 1 presented to the council
iu light blue silk. The groom was at-! States."
tended by laa hint, and Joseph Sus
bauer, Jr. ' .
A wedding banquet was held at the
home of the bride 'a parents at noon,
and was ateniied by
FRUIT PACKING AT DALLAS
before today's conference btgna th:ir
"Whereas, Numerous complaints are thr chancellor was speaking under lie
beiiiL' received bv the Salem Commercial Igrcatest dil tu ulties, with hostile news-
club, from citizens of and visitors to 1 l"'l"'rs waiting to pounce on any utter-
the city, because of the luck of ade
quate street signs, und
"Whereas, This much needed i m
provement could be instituted by the
mice and misconstrue it to suit. th. ir
nity at a very nominal cost per veur bv'"' '"e reichstng commission today he.
means of a unit plan of installation, I WiJl,lil silence the attacks or tno ma .CO
ST. PAUL ITEMS.
Hiippickiug will be cleaned lip in this
viciuity this week, as many hops were
undoubtedly left on the vine as were
jiicked owing to the mold and scarcity
of pickers. Kven some of the larger
grower-dealer yards left large parts of
their yards unpicked.
Gravel hauling has been resumed on
the road lending south toward Salem.
years of health and happiness. Stay-1 of pu'eking the top Invars in the boxes "Whereas, With the right construe-! '""'"(f the street committee to cany
ton Mail. - by hum). The real work of packing will i tion, these signs, when once ' installed, !"'' ? " 1"r coming year, he
The J. K. Annsby packing plant start-
many, relatives ed vesterdav mornfrigou the pack of the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schafer and and friends. I HUH prune crop. During the three days
Carl Schafer and Mrs. Schafcr's neice The young couple will livo on the of this week thut the plant is running,
frnin Wnuhiiiiiti.ii viuitixl r(.1iitivi. nn t .Timnli KiiHliHiier fiinn itetir Nnblimitv. itiHf, a few hands are einnloved at errad-
McCully Mt., one day last week. The Mail joins with their many iug the prunes and facing them in theli. e., installing a certain portion of thel".v ''ritics
Mrs. S. B. Cole ud son. Kulph of friends m wishing them many prosperous: boxes, this latter 0eratioii coiisistingileity each year, and
Jordan were visiting at the Curtis Cole
home Mondny. Halph will attend high
school in Stayton this year.
A number from this viciuity will at
tend the state fair this week.
Carl Fleischman, who has been work
ing for Chas. Schafer this summer has
returned to Salem.
G. F. Harold and daughter Alta.
Curtis Cole and l.oyde Chrisinan went
to the state fair Tuesday. Stayton
The chancellor's supporters wero con
fident that in a frank talk in private
POLK FAIR RECEIPTS
voinmence next Monday morning when ; become a permniient improvement, with
1 tiO women and -5 men will report at the
plant for work and the packing win con-
According to the report of Director; tinue throughout the months of October
of Admissions W, I.. Koehreu, the ndoiis
sion receipts of last week's county fair
totaled to4".-JS. Concessions paid in
,147, making a total of iiti4.4. The
dinvtors are pleased with the admis
sions, particularly, as this year's fair js
the first one at which a charge has
heen made at the gate. The 1IU5 fair
lacked 450O of paying for itself but
tliA lior.1 lunula thin VI'Ui'h .vii bi I ion
will Clear ex-ni's. ii-iihiik iinni iiiii
tion can not be' given until the present
oudit o'f the bills is completed. Dallas
The lurid lif- of the city is gener
ally exaggerated. The town is seldom
as red as it is painted.
am) November. Dallas Observer.
PARKER SUPPORTS WILSON
J.ong Branch, N. .1., Sept. 30. John
M. l'arker, progressive nominee for vice
president, has offered to speak in sup
port of president Wilson iu the cam
paign. His offer has been accepted by
the president. He will make speeches
in Ohio, New York and New Jersey.
President Wilson today arranged fo
resume conferences with newspaper
men, which were a feature of the first
two years of his administration.
Through this medium lie is expected to
discuss Militical subjects freely and ex
piniiid them for the counry.
pructieallv no up keep cost' and Kesoiveu, limt copies. ot tms reso-
"Whereas, Such an improvement '"''i" be "'-'i'1 to ' . mH-VOr
would not onlv add to the attractive- i wf ,,,e 'ouiieilineii, urging them to favor
ness of the citv but would also be time ul,l-v ul'"1 ' important proved
savers to merchants and others .nuking I improvement, and that tho Salem Com
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leliveries in the citv, and
"Whereas, Such an improvement in
volves the entire city and not some par
ticular section or ward, and
"Whereas, The city council through
the street committee has mado a much
needed improvement ill the installation
of 'School District Traffic Signs,'
thus beginning the campaign for bet
ter street signs throughout the city,
therefore be it,
"Hesolved, That the board of direc
tors of the Salem Commercial elub iloea
hereby petition the Common Council of
the city of Salem for an ndeipiate ap
propriation in the coming budget, al-
in en in I club through the civic depari
incut offers their services to tho eonii-.
cil in carrying this mutter to a succoh-
t" ill completion.
"HOARD OF D1RKCTOKS, SAI.KM
"Jos. H. Albeit, president;
"Cha. H. Fisher, secretary; H
"A. Bush, Jr., treasurer;
"C. K. Spaulding, vice-president; &
"D. I. Howard, 'i
"F. B. Southwick,
"F. W. Steusloff, .
"Chas. V. Galloway,