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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919.
Amusements Aplenty Is
Promised Fair Visitors
COLISEUM EQUAL TO
M OF KIND IN WEST
WcrkOa It For This Fall Coa
. plete Large Enough For
Big enough Ic accommodate s, tlireo
ring circus, wiii an Meal seating tr
raagement in its gaa1stand, the Lnie
coliseum of tie state Jair is today coui
plete so far a the present season's
work in concerned. It is a buildivg to
be proud of the equai af any building
f its kind in the wtkv and it u nil
the more pTatiiyme ''ml its cost wiil be
net out of the priceedii of the fab- wits,
the exception of the 0,000 appropri
ated by the last let,iiilure. Wbec Its
entire seating facilities are in place (he
building will have a capacity of 40,900
people, snd iU cost will be approximate
ly 1 135,000.
The sawdust coicrc-d show ring, In
which the aristocracy of Oregon's stock
wil! be exhibited, U l-i.x20O feet in ui-!
mension and is finely illuminated, so
that the evening exhibitions will p;e-!
sent a brilliant pcctutle. Outside llie
tine is snacc for an iu.inense number j
-of automobile exhibit, all of whicn-'nas'
been taken by Baicni u-i Portland deal
ers. In addition to the vehicle exhibits
will be booths for the display of acces
sories. One of the moat attractivj and
elaborate is that of the Standard Oi!
During Famous Elks Day
For the osual Elks day at the state
fair, Thursday, the Salem lodge is pre
paring something entirely oat of the
usual order and member of the com
mittee are sot backward in procl&Ung
With a membership of about 1100,an4
the Portland lodge coming with several
hundred, besides visiting brothers, it is
felt that the observance of Elks day
this year will be one of the big events
of the week.
As soon as the v Portland Elks and
their band of 50 pieces arrive, all will
be taken to the Elks lodge for a lunch-1
eon after which will come the parade, j
With the Portland band leading, the
parade will be formed in front of the!
Elks temple and the line of march will j
include the business section of the city.!
Gcorg3 E. Halvorsen. who is in
charge of the parade figures that the
fair grounds will be reached by 11:30
or 12 o'clock and the line of march
will lead directly to the coleseum. which
has been turned over to Elks exclusive
ly for an hour or so.
fipeeial stunts will be pulled off by
the Elks in the arena in the center of
which will be erected a platform, to be
used partly by the Elks style Bhow.
tVimplyirg with the very latest ideas
in longer and broader skirts, the style
show will show the women folks of the
state the very latest models. A spec
ialty is that of showing the proper
mode for those ladies who tip the beam
in excess of 175 pounds. -However, the
eommttee promises the latest for those
built on gazelle lines. There will be
amusement plenty for one hour5 Thurs
day noon at the coliseum and everv-
ooay is furiously invited.
For the evening in the pavilion
there will be special music under the
direeton f John W. Todd and tie music
to be furnished by the Portland Elks
band. The evening program will be put
on early enough to permit all who de
sire to attend the horse show at the
AVhile being a little backward in tell
ing everything that will be presented
Thursday neon at' ths coliseum, the en
tertainment committee assures every
direction of John Todd and the music
of the .week will take place during that
hour and that an Elk of the Salem
lodge may be reeognized by the purple
hat with the mystic numbers "336." -
P.S. E. Cooke Patton announces that
in response to the advertisements call
ing for help at the style show, that he
has several candrdates who are doing
their best to reach the minimum
weight of 175 pounds which entitles
the lady to become-one of the models.
While the time of exhibit is only one
hour, Mr. Patton assures the public
there will bo ple.ity to see.
;V 1 h:y
Oregon: State Fair
September 22 to 27th
lHmt O .
I Job Pr
Many Entries In
Grade Cattle Are Made
With Fair Secretary
The growing interest in high grade
cattle is shown in the number of entries
being filed by the assistants in the of
fice of Secretary Lea. It ig expected
that there will be double the number
of entries filed last year. Among the
breeders so far entering are Pickard
Bros., of Marion, who will enter the
WOrld-f amnilH .Tersev ' Viva la Fann."
j , . . . V - ' "'-'.
and a number of other cows with das-
zlmg records. Other brcders with big
groups of entries are Fox Bros., of Sil
verton; Hawley & Son, of McCoy; The
Larkdale Farm, Salem; Hughes Farm,
Oregon City; Theo Brugger, GreBham;
C. H. Evans. Hnlsev. nnl Cnndnn A. Rut.
ties, Yakima, Washington. Several en-
trios nave also been made by eastern
breeders. Of lesser importance but of
no less interest to the parents of Ore
eon boys will be the entries of calves
uy meinoera oi we various industrial
cuius or ine state.
Women's, Misses and Children's Ready-to-Wear
and Ready-to-Use Articles.
Coats, Suits, Dresses, Blouses
KAYSER'S UNDERWEAR -KNITTED
SILK & COTTON PETTICOATS
, CORSET ACCESSORIES
HOWARD'S BRUSHES -
KID AND FABRIC GLOVES
STANDARD LINES OF MERCHANDISE
AT POPULAR PRICES -
1: ti: W$ to
Liberty St. Salem, Ore.
Mass oiJFoilage and Bloom
to Greet Fair Goers This
Year at the State Grounds
The element of beauty will pertade I The Hartman cup is another coveted
We will continue our sale on LARD and SHORT
ENING ALL NEXT WEEK. .
Pure Lard, No. 5 pail $1.50
Best Shortening, No. 5 pail . .....;.$1.30
A full supply of WIENERS AND FRESH LIB
ERTY STEAK. Extra special prices on quantities.
Originators of Low Prices
351 State St.
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the grounds and biiiinii'gs of the state
fair this season as never before. The
visitor will be struck by the mi of
color and of foliage as he enters the
main plaza, where an immense pict f
red, white and blue flowers suggests tno
national colors. The grounds were nev
er in finer condition, freshened by the
rains and rentleied utmaeulate by .he
care of attendants. Masses of flowers in
receptacles wih also srttt the visitor at
the entrances 01 tne buildings.
Unusual iitlciest is being -taken tk-
year in the floral tihiinta, the stale in
stitutioiis, the floral societies of 1 ort
land and Salem, in addition to a laige
number of amaieu.-e being in competi
tion for tilaces of hocoi. Under tt.e di
rection of C.Ii. Chiuty, in charge of this-J
section, the fiower deiKiftment has bc:a
enlarged to neaily ih.oe times the space
oeenpied last vear: th' building la le-
prize about which tile interest of th
state institutions is centered. There will
be a lively cffoit among the other its.i-
tutions to take the ioKhy away ftom
the state hospital, nhich took the prize
last season. As the ucaiital has n bril
liant army of ilor.ers on the grounds
this season, the competitors will "lime
to go some."
While the profe&siouais may ue tx
peeted to make too greatest showing in
the building wuh th,:, greenhouse (ul
leetions, there is plenty of room for ihe
amateurs wita t.nir smaller units.
Among the long lut of elassea opea to
them are porea Ik i:aplu.TS, colKeli jns
of roses,. asters, Kiunis und gladioli, as
well as potted piauls.
All entries in this diartment must De
in the hands oX the Miperintendent not
later than iunuay, Sevtember 21. o
exhibit will be shOTvn unless ccititicd
as having been grown oy the exhibitor,
INTEREST IN CLUBS
Caisps At Fair Grounds To Ac
commodate Youthful Agriculturists
One of the least spectacular features
of the 1919 state fair is bound to prove
the greatest feature in itg far reaching
influence upon the future of agricul
tural, horticultural and industrial de
velopment in Oregon. This i the de
partment devoted to the boys' and
girls' Industrial clubs, covering the
following exhibits: t orn growing, po
tato growing, vegetable eardenine.
poultry raising, pork production, sheep
raising, calf raising, dairr herd record
Keeping, no ine
tpariment, it is evident that there is
jthe keenest interest taken in the work
jby th? cluhs throughout the state, and
if here will be some surprisingly fine ex
hibits made by the youngsters, who are
spurred on by the fact that there is a
fund of $1000 in cash to be divided
among them, in addition to the possi
bility of a free course at the summer
school at the Agricultural college.
To add further interest to the fair
exhibits there is provision made for
both a boys camp and a girls camp on
the grounds for at least three days ot
the fair. Each county is authorized to
send two boys and two girls to this ,
camp, these being members of indus
tral clubs who have scored the greatest
number of points in any one club pro
ject, the county defraying the expense
of transportation to and from the fair.
Thetate fair bqurd is to provide meals
tents and cots, but each boy or girl is
expeetcd to provide their own beddinii.
Suitable persons will . be selected to
have supervision over the two camps,
and every club member will be required
to submit to the rules and regulations
esratisne There is prospect, of
canning, sowine. cook
ery, rabbit raising, home beautifies- t-o ,..,!., nt . ,..i
tion, milk goats. the sround this vear. 8
Irom the mass of communications ! 1 m i ' ' 1
that have come into the hands of E. F. tpm v 1 Tl r t mt
Oirleton, superintendent of this de-iM hWU tUl 111 1 Efi tffClfi JI3
ing freshlT stayed mtU white, a wa.ns-j0thlr .. . ' . . , ..
coting- of green burton to be run I , . , ..-.,.,,., " i :
about th w-aii and original and artis-JBf,a, fc . y f f
tie display features innodueea. A .,iaM,-a. fun.toh-d hv th-
perintendent. All dipiays must be put
in position bv tue ixu;titor, under ine
direction of the supcniticndent.
orative fratucnork is tncted about tae
fonntain, whkh, with its hanginga of
vines and flowim wili lend a sy,n
atmosphcr to the section, A viy
unique and especially aluactive feature
to which Claury has K.veu much jtJtlJ
is a Japanese tea-gardea in minuture,
which .will oreupy Ura space m one
corner' of the building. It is safe to
say this depailmcut will be oue oX the
most popular sots on tiM grounds.
The prospects for tee various exhibits
was never brighter. Late rains have
favored the fall fiowtis. Dahlias, gla
dioli, asters and roses are in the height
of bloom. Of stueei.ih.utcrest slem
is the sladioli.'m,(ptnioo, for arltlch
the highest award istue .Irwin G'i--,B
cnp. (Some uwuuuen specimens ot
this flower h.ie aliisuy ben on exnibf
tion in the Claury flower shop, and the
aszy. ,, ,, .4 i t
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ed anything yet exhibited.
nsemble at ihc fail ittuldinsr will tx-