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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON.' MONDAY, OCT 23, 1916.
Senator Geo. E. Chamberlain
1 Will speak on the leading issues of the day at the
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Monday Evening, Oct 23
Hallie Parrish Hinges Will Sing
(Continued from page one.)
diss will "get the worst of it."
"Church and racial questions were
injected into the campaign by the re
republicans, but they found it would not
work," he said., "The great body of
voters are true in their alloginnco to
The dominant issues of the campaign,
Marshall said, are peace, prosperity and
the question of continuing the foreign
policy which has meant peace, or substi
tuting for it a "chip on the shoulder"
Knows It Can't Be Bo.
Albuquerque, N. M., Oct. 23. In ref
erence to the charge against Republican
Nominee Hughes that he bad entered
into a private agreement with a pro
German organization, Theodore Roose
velt, in a signed statement today, de
clared he was absolutely sure Mr.
Hughes was telling the exact truth
when he declared he had said nothing
in private which he had not said in
public- Ihe statement reads:
"Any man who knows Mr. Hughes
realizes it is impossible for him to enter
into private agreements or to engago
in intrigue of any sort.
Signed "THEODORE ROOSEVELT."
A little want ad will make big sales.
Prices Moved Higher
On Very Active Market
New York, Oct.- 23. The New York
Evening Sun financial review today
On an active volume of business
with trading well in excess of 1,000,
000 shares," prices moved in the direc
tion of higher levels in the best part of
the city; new records being established
in many prominent issues and the gen
eral list moving to substantial im
provement as compared with Satur
day's final quotations. Public buying
was active, particularly in the steel
and copper shares. United States
after opening up one point, advanced
to a new high range, while better
figures then ever before made for
them were reported in some of the
sugar stocks, Central Leather, Utah
Copper, Wabash preferred "A", the
Denver and Rio Grande issues and cer
tain of the specialties.
Great activity marked the eourso of
business in the last hour, with trading
well diversiljied id with increased
interest in the rails, especially Union
Pacific. Norfolk and Western and
I Reading. Bonds were in good demand.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
THE BEST THERE IS IN
WHEN YOU SHOP
Why Not Gel Free Tickets to the Movies?
Salem Public Is Offered Unusual Opportunity to Save Money. Twenty Enterprising Merchants Will Entertain
r : ' Their Customers at the .
Free Tickets will be Given You with Cash Purchases at All of the Business Houses Listed Below. Clip this
List to use when you shop. Ask for tickets.
Autos & Auto Supplies
The Ford Dealers
Bicycles and Supplies
"Home of Excelsior
Books and Stationery
Commercial Book Store,
Books and Stationery
Eat as lightly or as
heartily as you like
Cigars and Tobacco
Rett's Cigar Store
Only Cigar Store giv
ing Oregon Tickets
Cleaning and Fressing
The Taste Tells
GALE & CO.
We give Oregon Tickets
with 25c purchases
Big jptuai nugiaui luuay
The Star Supreme '
In Chapters 12 and 13 of
"THE FIGHTING SPIRIT"
A GOOD SHOW
MAKE US PROVE IT
The Beautiful Little Metro
"The Light of Happiness"
Seventy Years Old.
Tuesday, Wed., Thurs. Norma Talmadge in
"THE DEVIL'S NEEDLE"
DRUGS AND TOILET ARTICLES f.
Red Cross Pharmacy
QUALITY, SERVICE, ACCURACY
FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SUPPLIES
Purvine Pump & Implement Co.
Everything for the Farm and Ranch
Engines, Windmills, Pumps, Power Sprayers, Wagons
J. L. Busick & Son
Best Grades of All Fruits and Vegetables in Season
Everything That's Good to Eat
Harness and Saddlery
Leather Goods, Auto
mobile Robes, Leather
Jewelry & Silversmiths.
HARTMAN BROS. & CO.
If It's Jewelry we
Sweet Meats kept sweet
Speaks for Itself
Plumbing, Healing, Etc
FRASER & PRATT
It will pay to let us do it
Shoes and Rubbers
DeVoe's Shoe Store
Always better bargains
279 N. Com'l St.
A. J. Paris Shoe Shop
Tailoring and Altering
Clothes for .particular
& altering neatly done
Note: Some firms give a ticket free with a cash purchase of Twenty-five cents, and others with 50 cents,
75c or f 1.00 purchase, depending on the character of merchandise handled.
proves it 25c at all druggists.
Eats Twice and Talks Once
Will Speak Once In West
By J. P. Yoder
(United Press statf correspondent)
Albuquerque, N. M., Oct. 23. Colon
el Roosevelt fairly ate his way through
Albuquerque New Mexico's largest
city, today. Due for a five hour stop,
he was given a breakfast reception
from 8 to 9:30 and a noon banquet from
12 to 1:30, after he had spoken at 10
Roosevelt got another big reception
here with ubiquitous bombing and
Secretary of War Baker was the par
ticular target for Roosevelt's campaign
darts today. The party arrived here a
bout an hour lato and the colonel was
clad enough lor the extra hour's sleep.
He was slightly tired when ho left
Phoenix early Sunday.
It became known today that the col
onel will probably answer the appeals
of West Virginians and go on for one,
and perhaps two speeches in that state
when he goes to Baltimore. Ine Bu'ti
niore speech will be Monday or Tuesday
of next week.
The secret of the unexpectedly long
stop at unllup, A. Al., came out today
It wus at (iallup on the way west that
tho colonel got his worst taste of heck
ling. The Roosevelt special was suppos
ed to stop less than five minutes. It was
held up - minutes. It has since been
learned some one laminar with air
brake attachments turned a screw
which kept the brakes tight until every
brake was examined unit the trouble
remedied. Railroad officials have start
ed an investigation.
No Recall Probable
Against Members of
Polk County Court
Dallas, Or., Oct. 23. It seems prob
able now that there will be no recall
election against the members of the
1'olk county court.
Petitions had been circulated and it
is reported, hail been quite liberally
signed, particularly since the collapse
of the Independence bridge, which had
added impulse to the movement, but
for .some reason these petitions were
not filed with the county clerk prior to
20 dnys before the general election,
November 2, on which date it was plan
ned to have the recall election set in
order to save the county the expense
of n special election.
Thecontractor having refused to re
build the concrete bridge at Independ
enee which collapsed a few weeks ago
when the false work was removed, the
county court has started work on no
halt' of the county to repair the damage.
ice middle span will have to be re
moved and entirely rebuilt, but it is
believed that the two end spans can
be lackcii up and repaired.
The cost of the repairs will be about
$2000 and this will be charged to the
contractors, but as they were not tin
der bond and had collected the full
contract price of the structure, a law
suit will probably result.
$ Court House News
County School Suiierintendent Slnith
will have the school directory for the
year 1D1B-1V17 in the hands of the
printer today or tomorrow. It will be
the most complete directory that has
been put out by the superintendent for
some years and will contnin a number
of new features. It will havo the school
census, the enrollment, tho number of
months school held in each district,
the county valuation, sularics of the
teachers and principal, the district
boundary hoard, and the school offi
cers. There has been numerous inquir
ies for this directory and the superin
tendent expects to have it ready for
A. A. Lee and Frank Wrightmnn are
busy experting the books of the coun
ty recorder, Mrs. Mildred Kobertson
Brooks. They began this morning and
will be busy fur the next three, months
experting the books of other county officers.
An action for the recovery of money
alleged to be due for work done on a
Ford automobile, was begun in the cir
cuit court Saturday by Charles Cladek
against E. II. Kennedy, as the City
"JUST use mellow tobacco,"
J says Alec Wise-acres.
But wait! Mellow means
"thoroughly cured." And cur
ing takes time. 18 months it
takes sometimes longer.
No ordinary, slap-dash manufac
turing method will tur: oat a sure
enough mellow ciyar You've got to
be sure every leaf o mellow before
you use it
They do this in tho OWL fac
tories. It takes a lot of time. It takes
work careful war. It takes an in
vestment of over a million dollars in
reserve leaf that js waiting to reach
the proper degree of mellowness.
But the results make the frffort
worth while. For lh OWL is it
k. A. CUrfSi CO. )
Cleaning Works. Cladek alleges that he
did the work between August 12 and
August 18 and that be furnished skill,
labor and materials at tho request of
Kennedv, and that the repairs amount
ed to '.Mi.WO, of which $5 has been paid.
He asks judgment in the sum of $.",1,110
and the lieu on tho machine foreclosed.
Because Chnrles Mnlkcy did not build
a fence strong enough to keep his sheep
out of W. A. Young's growing crops,
Voung filed a complaint in the circuit
court against him in the sum of $250
for nlleged duniugo to a five acre tract
of oats, 1 1 acres of barley, and 200
cabbage plants. Young asserts he gave
Mulkey permision to graze his sheep
on a portion of his laud if he would
build a I oiuo to keep the sheep from
getting into the cultivated fields. Ho
asserts a fence was built but of such
a make shift character thut it did not
keep the sheep in.
I Marriage licenses were issued by the
. county clerk to Virgil Loom's, of
Itrooks, and Pay Vibbert, also of
j Itronks; Kenneth Don Conmlcr, a farm
i er of Gcrvais, and .lessio (Jertrude law
yer, also of (lervnis.
BfVrANN IE VAR&kl
Tues., Wed. and Thurs.
"EACH PEARL A TEAR"
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