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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1913
I tk Me
ALWAYS DO BETTER
When They Buy Their Furnishings at a
J. C, Penney Store
Because they get the Best of Merchandise at the Least Money. During These
is so high, You will find it to your interest to see us
For Your v0 :..,'(tV;v- v
All Around Town
While the Cost of Living
0 vSrcoats, Mac-
Shirts, Etc., Etc.
cttITS , . .$14.75 TO $25.00
overcoats" .p.so to $22.50
MACKINAWS V $7.90 TO $ 9.90
DRESS SHIRTS V$i,2LaH- !H2
FLANNEL SHIRTS $225, $2.49, $Mo, $3.98
UNION SUITS $1-98, $2.49, $3.49, $4.50
TWO-riECE UNDERWEAR 98c, $1.49, $1.98
"ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER"
Oct. 19. Last day of regis
tering for eity election.
Oct. 23. Election of Directors
Willamette Chapter, Bed Cross.
Oct 27 Sunday. At night,
turn the time back Tne hour.
Nov. 5. Election day.
H. J. Wenderoth, exalted ruler of the
Salem Elk lodge has appointed the foi
sts lowing dance committee for the winter:
!c. E. Knowlnnd, C. F. Robinson, E. J.
Smith, Jas. McFarland and Paul
"The funeral oeautlfoL
"The best". It all yon can do when
The Independence Bed Cross auxiliary
will hold a 9treet carnival this evening.
i the proceeds of which are to go of
'I I eourso into the general treasury of the
Independence Bed Cross. It will be a
! general rally for the cause and an invi-
tation lg extended to all. .
CABS OF THANKS
thank uiy friends for their kindness
An.l m.nH.i' .l.ioi.i.r mi. duBf Vlllfi-
"band's illness an, I death. And the
g.rand old men of the Sedgwick Post
will have a warmer and more hallowed
tall Webb & Clough CO- rhey,honore,l,him.n.his last sleep and
, J it..will'helpinakeijiiyi, loneliness the,eas
7". ; '' it ' I icr tn ' l)eHr-4M rs.v Frank! ,B' 'CJauible
Miss Emma Martin who has had 20 -mK children., """ fi 1
years' experience as a missionary in "
China, will address the members of the Some twenty books of stories, instruc
Ontral Congregational church, at 19th tio nd histoly were donated to the
and Ferry streets, Sunday morning at public library last wivk by a Catholic
10:15 o'clock. gentleman. The list will doubtless ap-
" 0 pear in the near future. Several new
Dr. A. McCulloch has returned from periodicals were also added to the li
a vacation spent at Newport and will ijrarv tables.
be in her office as -usual.
Olson's Appointment May
New Buildings Wanted
At State Institutions
That new buildings should bo provid
ed which would permit segregation of
Question has been raised as to whe
ther the appointment of Conrnd P. Ol
.... t. - .. . ..J,
";uTt laVta of the tZ Wy. -t . -ft. training school,
lnturo, to the. offico of justice of the and also buildings which would make
mipreme court to fill a vacancy is eon- possible segregation 0f men at the state
stitutional Docause or tne met mm .,,.,.,!.. : M, recommendation of
the 1917 legislature passed a law pro
viding that the salaries of justices ot
the supremo court should bo $4500 a
year instead of $2000.
Justice Olson today asked the attor
ney general for an opinion as to whe
ther his appointment is legal anil lie is
i. .,.!. . .,11.. iif;n,t hM ,i,J be a resident officer of each of the in
touch with tho inmates.
j, B. lluck, Catholic chaplain for tho
two institutions, in his bicnuial re
port to the state board of control.
Cvoigo Kocliler, tho Protestant chap
lain for these institutions, recommends
in lii8 reports that tho chaplain should
office by appointment.
Prior to tho law passed by the last
legislature justices of tho duprenie
"ourt had been receiving $4500 a year,
but only 2()00 of It was termed sal
ery and $-50u was designated as ex
pense. Juatice Olson, in his letter to tho
attorney general says that in 1917 a
law was passed "consolidating tho com-
S conations of the upremo justices."
;e contends Unit tho compensation was
not increased, and therefore the section
of the constitution which provides that
no senator shall be appointed to au
offico the emolument of which have
been increased during tho term for
which tho senator was elected doo not
"I have resigned my senatorship,"
he says, ' 'given up my law practice
and am performing the dutiet qf a
justice of the mipreme court,, but I
do not wish to do this work or draw
any aalary if thcro is any flaw in my
title thereto. Nor no I desire in any
way to embarrass Secretary of Stnto
Olcott or State Treasurer Kay. I have
not as yet cashed tho warrant for ser
vices performed the last few days of
Septomber, and shall not do so until
the question ia settled."
BRISBANE AMONG HIS FRIENDS
Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 12. Arthur
Brisbane today confirmed a report that
he has purchased tho Milwaukee Even
ing Wisconsin. Brisbane stated that ho
Is aula owner of tho paper and will be
"Traill up a child In tho way it
BhAuld go, and even when lee is old, tie
will not depart from it," quotes Hot.
Koohler in liis report on tho boys
"Thoso are. wise words," he eontin
lies, "but sadly neglected in our days
Children aiw allowed to havo their own
way and strict supervision over their
companionship is neglected. In many in
stances the homes of boys ar but moi'l
rooming and boarding houses. The fear
of God, obedience and rospvet for nil
thority aro not instilled in the child's
mind, and under such circumstances the
child Is bound to become a candidate
for tho training school, where the state
is called upon to do the work whieh par
ents should havo done. There ig no sub
stltution for a good home.
"I believe much good has been ac
complished by the religious and moral
toaching of the chapel .ervicea. The inr
gor number of boys who observe tl.vir
parolo shows that their days at the
training school have benefitted them
and that the seed sown is beating
Raincoats For Soldiers
Still Being Purchased
New York, Oct. 12. The following
telegram has been sent to every pro
curement depot quartermaster in the
CTATE UATTCC WTWC
oiniii iivu-ui lUiiiu
Dr. Bchenk has now returned from
his vacation and he extends a cordial
invitation to his patrons and friends
to visit his institution. tf
Dr. O. Hertling'a friends and patrons
will ba cleaso-d to know that since clos
ing his office in tho U. S. bank building
he has recovered 111s normal neaun aim
is now located in the Moore building at
407 Court street Salem. Dr. Hartley will
engngo in tho gonvral practice of dent
istry giving special attention . to ' tho
painless filling and extracting of teeth
and pyorrhea. :
Wood Special For 10 days only be
ginning Oct. 8 we will sell 10 loads 16
inch mill wood at $2.50 per load,
prompt delivery. Spaulding Logging
While driving a tractor yesterday
morning, Melvin Jones, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison Jones of (ioivais, uad his
right foot so badly crushed in an acci
dent that it wos found necessary to have
it amputated between the ankK and the
kneo. Tho operation was successtuily
performed at tho Willamette Sanitar
ium and this morning he is reported
making a most satisfactory ivcoveiy. It
Seems that in attempting to pass through
a gate tho tractor backed against a tree.
Cecil W. Nist has been appointed by
Senator McNary as ono of thj young
nren from Oicgon who will be given the
The undersigned auetioneer has received instructions from the own'7;
W H Smith, to sell bv public auction, at his farm, known as the Old
Barker Place" 2Vj miles south of the Feeble Minded school, or o miles
south of Salem, on the Tringle road on
Tuesday, October 1 5
AT 10 A. M. SHAKP, CONSISTING OF
1 Bay mare, 7 years -old, weight 1400; I-d'apled grey mare, 5 years old,
weight 1700: 1 matched team black mares, 6 and 7 years old, weight
3300: I bay gelding, 6 years old, weight 1700; 1 srrel colt rising 2
years weight 1100. These horses are well brt.ken, wund and in good
condition, and are an exceptionally fine bunch, and anyone wanting
gooofhorses should attend this sale.
I good Jersey cow, 8 years, to freshen in December; 1 Jersey heifer
rising 1 year old; 2 sets double breeching harness good; 1 3'i Hush
ford wagon; 1 814 Studebaker wagon, box and sideboards; liDeenng
mower, 4 foot cut, good shape; 1 Oliver . hilled plow No. 50, nearly
new; I Oliver steel plow. Nil. 40; 1 2 section" lever harrow; 1 garden
culti'vator;lMiew lmmUora.k;Ciiew, grind stone; 1 anvil and vise; 4
'tons baled oat hay. 40 head" "ehiekeSs; l' 4"hok stove and other house-'
hold furniture, shovels, .chains, arid other-articles too numerous to men
FREE'. LUNCH AT NOON
TERMS: All -sums of H).IHI and over cash; over Hint amount, time will
be given to Oct. 1, 1919, to parties furnishing approved bankable notes
bearing interest at 8 per cent per annum. No article to be removed uir
til settled for. Decision of the Auctioneer to be final in all cases of
W.H. Smiths, F.N.Woodry Auctioneer
Turner, Route 1. ' Sakm, Thone 510
NOTE Wobdry Conducts farm stock sales anywhere.
Boys Are The Principal
Law Breakers Nowadays
Criminal business now a days in Sa
lem and vicinity is mostly in tho line
of arresting and chasing boys fvewn 14
to 17 years old,
privilege of compotiiig in an examina- A fw days ago two boys about 16
tion for an appointment to West Point years of ago were arrested with a car
' Notice: We are ready to receive ci
der and vinegar apples at the following
prices: Cidar appes, sound fruit shak
en from trees, $10. per ton. Vinegar ap
ples, windfalls and down fruit, $8 per
ton. Sacks furnished. Gidioon Stolz Co.,
near corner Mill and Summer Sts. 10-15
Word was received today from Harry
A. Scott that he is working hard in tho
service, stationed in a camp at Joyce,
Washington, and that he is driving a
truck. Ho was member of the bicycle
firm of Scott & Pipar. Mr. Piper who
is also in the service is now a sergeant
and is in the ' spruce division, and is
stationed at Portland.
Dr. O. Hartley, dentist, Hoore build
ing, 407 Court St. Painless filling and
Depends upon the condition
of the eyes not upon the
age of the person.
may " be strengthened by
glasses, properly , fitted as
we fit them.
Dil A. McCULLOCH. Oatometrist.
I ' 204-5 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Attorney Gcnoral Brown has given
an opinion to State Highway Engineer
Nunn that the state highway commis
sion has authority to enter into a con
tract with tho United States forestry
department for grading and surfacing
portions of a forest road in Tillamook
country. Tho state highway department
will do the work by force account. j
Major A. L. Mason, general veteri
narian inspector for tho government,
has been in conference with Dr. W. H.
Lytle, Btate veterinarian, telative to
steps which should be taken to guard
nguinst glanders and influenza among
horses. It is expected orders will be
Issued requiring the disinfecting of all
livery stables and stock yards in the
Division 2, in Portland, made the.
greatest increase in the number of men
who registered under tho military draft
September 12 over the registration of
.Tunc 5, 1917, of any district in the
state, according to a report made by
Provost Aliirshal (lenernl Crowder. On
June 5, 1917, 2919 men registered in
that district, while on September 12
of this year 6263 men registered, the
increase being 114 per cent.
To Pay For Uniforms
Washington, Oct. 12. The war de
partment will pay commutation for uni
forms for soldiers in training at col
legiate institutions in units for the re
serve officers training corps, it was
For uniforms consisting of one
breeches, ono cap, one coat, canvas
leggings cap and collar ornaments, and
one pair of shoes, tho commutation
rate is 18.32.
For additional articles of uniform, in
conformity with proscribed conditions,
each member of the unit may obtain
a service cap, hat cord, two botton
breeches and two flannel ghirts. The
commutation rate for these is $12.47.
The quartermaster general is author
wed to purchase all uniforms contract
ed for or provided by institutions, au
thorised to Jnaintnin units of the re
serve officers training corps.
I'nited States under date of October
12 and by auhority of the acting quar
"You are instructed to continue the
purchase of all spot delivery rain eoats
suitable for soldiers from manufactur
ers and wholesale stocks. Instruct all
manufacturers and wholesalers to at
once cease delivering any raincoats to
their civilian trade until yon eau sur
vey their stocks. This order is effective
m of October 12." ,
. Journal Wast Ads Pay
Dr. Mendelsohn will leave shortly
if you havo any tronblo with your eyes
or your glasses see him at once. 10-14
based on today's quotations, 89 ecus
ed at onc cent a yard wholesale in ad
vanew of the price offored InBt week,
Cotton warp now costs tue niercnants,
based 0 n today's quotations, 89 cents
yard'delivored in Salem. Feppereus 01
all kinds are scarce. TIdb is the dry
goods story for the day, all of which in
dicate that gingham uresses anu sucu
will cost more next spring than thy
present day prices.
Miss Ada Miller announces the open
ing of her vocal classes. Those desir
intf to Btudv with her should call at
her studio, 600 N. High St. or phono
Knights of Columbus, come to the
hall, State street, tomorrow afternoon
for flag raising. Come all.
Mrs. C. A. Park has consented to or
ganlse and teach a Bible class for both
men and women in the rresoyierinii
church Sunday school. Khe lias nan
a wide experience as a. Bible teacher and
is a graduate of the Moouy institute
of Chicago. Her classes, of wlnen sno
has had several 111 Salem speaK nigiuy
of her as an interesting teacher. A gen
eral invitation to the young people of
tho city to join this class is extended
to thoso who are not at present attend
ing other Bunday schools. The class
will hold-its first session Sunday morn
inir. Oct. 20, at the Sunday school hour
at the First Presbyterian church.
military academy. Each of the sena-' they had sotlen in Seattle.
tors from Oregon have the privilege of i ycsterday morning two boys one 15
appointing two cadets and those ap- d the othpr ol(1 wcre arrest
pom meats will be made on a basis of cJ havin ,cn ca Port.
scholarship. Tlw examination will be land and b htit to gak,m, q., m
held Oct. 15. Mr. Nist is the only young these . was from th(, 0r torm
man from Salem who will bo permitted schoo, anJ wa9 out on ,Ci 1Ie ig
to enter the competitive examination. now in the rcfovm 9l.ll00i ana tho otler
I boys will receive tho attention of the
Postoffice officials call attention to police authorities,
the fact that when any one complains Two runaway boys from Roscburg
that a letter has not been received by a were taken from an early morning
soldier in camp, that in making the train by the police and lodged in the
complaint, the exact address, showing city jail. The father of the boys is
namo, rank, company and regiment coining after thorn. They are 14 and
must be given With this information. 18 years'of age.
tho postoffico officials hero can send a lmr u"? i-ocuui-u jic u, ull,-t-noto
of inquiry where the soldier is n0 from the reform school and head
located. But simply saying that John ed suth- LP 0 oa toduy tllJy hatl
Smith or Richard Roe did not receive , n0'Rcen eauS"- ,
a certain letter is of but litlo comfort' T'111".? ,t.!1Ma.f ltV, Ifi
TAKE NOTICE! t
I want all kinds of house-
hold and offic Furniture, Gas
Ranges, tias riatc-s, Heaters,
Wood and Coal Ranges, Cook
Stoves, Farm Machinery, Tools,
t Woodry, The Auctioneer
as any man is hard to locate in a camp
of 25,000 or more.
authorities wired Salem that they had
two hnv nhniit. 1 .t inrfl nf nan thnt.
I could not cive a satisfactory account
0 'of themselves.
At the closing of the fall term of; Every week a number of complaints
the circuit court in department No. 1. come into police headquarters as to the
Judgo Kelly presiding, tho final caso doings of boys from 14 to 17 years old.
was that of tlm Ladd & Bush bank Last night two boys, each about 14
against M. S. Lnngo,. E. O. Lango and years old, stola an ice cream freezer
A. F. Lango on default, tho bank rece- from the house at 464 North Liberty
iving $1,000. A default judgment was street. The police arrested them but
also taken in th0 caso of the Lancaster rather than get into trouble for good,
Tire & Rubber company against Joe, they paid the pricc of a new freezer.
Hammond for 2(i8.00. On th erand I 1 1
juryfor the coming term of court aw Will Af pQrmer Jllfjcfe MoOre
Gcoree W. Gibbons, foreman. J. H..IIUI1;' JUUgC lf.UUlC
Small, B. S. Drake, James T. Cooper
J. H. Hollingsworth, N J,. Gehlen and
u. . v The will of Frank A. Moore, for 26
years a member of the supreme court of
If people holding bonds of the First Oregon, was filed this morning in the
and Second Liberty Loan do not receive county clerk's office for probate. He
4V4 per cent on thvir investment, the died Sept. 25, 1918. The will is dated
fault is their own. vTho banks are send- Sept, 3, 1915, and was witnessed by
ing out information that all first con- Justice Henry J. Bean and C. h Moores
verted and .second liberty loon bonds janitor of the supreme court building,
must bn surrendered to the government Mr. Moore is survived by two daugh
in exchange for new bonds that will ters, Calista Moore of Salem and N el
draw 414 per cent. These bonds so sur- lie Miles of Portland and one son, A.
Filed For Probate Today
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Ce.
Has medietas whieh will ear
any . known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 a. m.
until 3 p. m.
153 South High 6t
Salem, Oregon. Phone 181 I
All those owing Dr. Mendelsohn for
services please cnll and close your ac
counts as tho doctor expects to leave
Soloist an.i teacher. Nine and a . .
t half years' study and teaching in t
I Europe, twelve years in Portland. I
X tl....:i . ..!.:.. -AonnnailtlA Ttflltt
tions in many partg of United I
States as teachers and soloists
' Beginners accepted; coaching in .
' accompanying and ensemble for
" ' apartment. Studio at Marion ho ; ',
" . . o-... j .! o OS! ..
xei, uiuruuys ucginmug wvv.. -j
BERTHA JUNK DARBY
1 i - TEACHER OF PIANO
Special training for begtynvrs, Godows-
kv-Progrcssive series if desired.
Studio 679 N. Cottage. Telephone 1950W
rendered must be in San Francisco by
Nov. 9, and it is necessary that the Sa
lem banks havcythem on or before
Nov. 5. This is the last call and four
per cent bonds that are not converted
by Nov. 9 will continue to draw four
Beginning Sunday, October 20, the
Standard Oil and the Shell companies
in Oregon will no longer sell gasoline
or distilate on Sunday. Tho new ruling
is to meet tlna wishes of the State Coun.
cil of defense. This may or may not be
come effectivo ifl Salem. Some time
ago, these two big companies complying
with the wishes of the State Council of
dvfeneo decided that all filling stations
should close at 6 o'cloek in the evening.
This rulo has been observed by a number
of the larger garages in Salem, but
other9 have paid no attention to the
wishes of the Statv Council of Defense.
For this reason there is no assurance
that Salem will be a dry town from the
standpoint of gasoline, even if the
Standard and Shell companies do shut
down on Sundays.
Col. J. H. Cradlebaugh is reported as
gradually improving the past few days
Miss Martha Findley left thia morn
ing over the Oregon Electric for Seat
tle. W. F. Drager and H. R. Crawford of
the Drager Fruit company are in Port
land confering with the state fvderal
Mis- Rose Bartruff and Miss AnL
Humphreys, two nurses of the Salem
hospital, were called to Corvallis yes- j
tenia- to work at the students' army
training)! corps camp.
DR. W. E. STANTON
Skin and Scalp Specialist
Treats all eruptions and
blemishes of skin and scalp.
Latest appliances for treat
ing the feet. Satisfaction
518 U. S. Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
Portland Furniture Dealer wants
all kinds of second liund furniture,
stovos, gag ranges, ete. Best price
paid. Phone 951.
H. Moore of Salem,
The bequests in his will are as fil
lows: First ,to his daughter Nellie
Miles of Portland $5.00.
Seconl: To his son A. H. Moore of
Salem, his gold watch and chain.
Third: To his grandchildren, sons
of Frank A. Moore, deceased, Kenneth
J., Harold W., Donald F., and Wilbur
A., $1.00 each.
Fourth: To his daughter Calista
Moore the north half of lots 3 and 4,
block 11, University Addition to Salem-
Fifth: To his wife, Emma Moore, a
life interest in all real estate and per
sonal property. (Mrs. Mooro died short
ly after the will was made).
Seventh In caso any-of the devisees
in the will should die before his death,
tho will provides that the property de
scend to his legal heirs.
A. H. Moore is named executor of
the will. All other wills are revoked.
Tho value of the real estate, known
as the Moore home is estimated at
$3,000 and the personal property, $2000.
Polk County Pays For Its
Share Of Bridge, $43,69829 j
Polk .county today handed Marion
county a check for $43,698.29 as pay-
ment in full for its share of the new j
bridge across the Willamette! river andj
the expenses of maintaining a ferry'
during tne troublesome tunes of not
long ago when there wasn't any bridge
Of this amount, $41,270.79 was for
Polk county's sharo of the bridge. $2,
000 was for the county's share in main
taining a ferry when the second bridge
was declared unsafe. $427.50 was Polk
county's share in payment of the elce
trie light f Uturs. These cost $1429. and
Polk county's share was 30 per cent.
Polk county will hereafter pay 30
per cent of tne cost of maintenance.
Part of this maintenance cost will be
that of re-painting the bridge abou:
Hemstitching and Picot edge
We do this work in 'he best
All work guaranteed.
Singer Sewing Machine Co
337 State Street Saleu
every three years.
I WANT TO BUY
Your Junk and give you
a square business deal.
I always pay the highest
I WANT YOUR
SACKS AND BAGS
I buy all kinds of used
goods, 2nd hand furni
ture, rubber and junk.
Get my Prices Before
you sell. '
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The, Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa Street