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THE DAILY CAPITAL JQ.URMAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1919.
COOPERATION IN FIRE
PREVENTION IS ASKED
The whole-hearted co-operation of the;
people of Oregon is necessary to place i
Tho Industrial Loan & Investment
the state in the front ranks in the
matter of fire prevention, according to
Horeec Sykes in charge of fire preven
tion campaign work in the office of A.
C. Barber, state f ire . marshal,-
''Oregon has led the -way in-every
other patriotic ondeavor," declared Mr.
Byke, "and there is ' no" reason why
she shoould sot, he first in this matter
which means an actual Baying of dollars
and cents-to the, people of the state.
"Only a few? years ago the city of
Portland was Onc of the worst fire
traps in 'the entire country. 'The fin
insurance . companies were threatening
to withdraw from "the city. Portland
kad an' annual fire loss of $6.72 per
capita."'. Then a fire prevention campaign-
was launched and today Portland
stands at Jhe headof the list as -the
one city in the nation with the lowest
fire loss per capita, a loss of less than
(1 per person per year.
"The record of Portland can be made
the record for the state with similar co
operation but it is up to the people to
put it across."
,. Mr. Sykes expects to go into every
school in the state in his campaign of
education aeainst fire waste, carrying
hit! appeal direct, to the children of th
state: , ' " " -
$100,000 filed articles "of incorporation
'here ; Saturday. The incorporators are
S. R. Haynes, Estfis Sncdecor and
Thomas O. Donaca.. ,. .'. . ;
Other . companies filing articles Sat
Northwest Turpentine company, Port
land; $10,009; H. V. Meathers, W. B.
jiooerson and Joice Savage.
' Oliver" Investment company, Port
land; $100; real estate; Frances Ellas;
H. C. Ellis and fathsrihe Barr.' :
The Electric' Stpre, lnc: ; Albany;
$10,000; W. T. Burman,, E. C. Cline and
C. C. Bryant. '.;' ': -
Stefani Lumber . company, Cauiby;
$10,000; A. Stefani, P. Stefania and A.
The Used Car company of Baker has
filed a certificate showing an increase
in capital stock from $6000 to $9000.
MOT VISIT AT
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: Niagara Falls, N. Y., Oct. , Ah air
plane flight over Buffalo by King Al
bert and Queen 'Elirabeth of Belgium,
was abandoned today Tbeeause of rainy,
weather. " ' '. ' '
King Albert got -his first view of
Niagara's cataracts' from Luroa Point.
Tho islands were closed this morning
to all save the royal party. ' The Unfiem absent from Salem for a month,
and the queen scarcely waited lor tre while he -visited the 3. A. K. eonven-
automobiles to stop before they aligat-Ition at Columbus, Olio; his old home
od and rushed to the railing, along inat. waaena,. .Minnesota, ana a aavgncer
The will of Joseph Kaiser, who died
here September 22, was ' admitted to
probate maay; ana i.. M. rage was
appointed zeeutor of the estate. The
estate consists of $6500. In his will Jos
eph Kaiser ordered the installation of
a memorial window in the Salem Cath
olic church,.-and provided money for
' Jfotiee that thoy will operate their
firm in. Sulwn Heights hereafter under
the- name of Wiggins & Wiggins, was
made Friday by Henry G. and Donegah
Wiggins.,. Thev. filed the notice with
the eounty elerk.
County Olerk: U.' G.' Boyer, who has
OF 6090 ACRES OPENS
HOP MARKET BIDS TO
The irrigation of 6000 acros of land in
. 'Wallowa county, near Enterprise, is con
templated in an application filed with
State -Engineer Cupper by John H.'Jnvx
ell, E, Y. Haskell and S.. M. Lovell of
Enterprise, covering the appropriation
of water from Little Sheep creep and . ?tate( according to present estimates, the
its inouianes. i is um ". 'crop will not exceed 30,000 bales, wash
project will involve the expenditure ofjjngton was more, closely sold up than
$100,000. . env 0ther section with practically 95 per
Charles Montgomery of Prinville hasc(mt of the gl.owers un(jer contract.
wade application for the appropriation , Th ol,aiitv of the Oregon crop is sat-
Portland, Or., Oct. 6 The Oregon hop
market has reached the 73-cent levei
and bids fair to pass it. A number of
lots ",aggregating between 300 and 400
bales, were taken at 75 cents, and few
of poorer quality at 71 to 73 cents. At
the 75-cent quotation the" demand is
strong, but tho dealers find it difficult
to buy. The majority of crops are not
yet baled and the growers are in no
hurry to sell.
- The buying appears to be' nearly all
for English account, though there, has
been some purchasing by dealers to fill
up their contracts which have not come
up to the required quantities.
It is figured, that more hops were, con
tracted for in Oregon and Washington
than were produced this year. In this
of water-f rorii Crooked river for the ir
ligation of 151 acres of land, the de
Telopment to cost approximately $1800.
The cortftruetion of a reservoir of
10,000 acre-feet capacity is contemplated
by Charles Hutchinson of North Powder,
Union county, who has made application
for the aporopiintion of water from
"Wold creek. v .
An application covering the appro
priation of water from Beaver creek for
irrigation of 70 acres of land has been
filed with tho state engineer's office by
Leaia R. Henry of Langlois, Curry coun
ty. ... -..,' ,
isfactory. Traces of mold have been
found in some sections, but on the whole
the yield is sound and clean.
The queen was excited,
dorful,1' the king exclaimed as he gawd
tit the tumbling water.
j - A west wind blew the spray direetly
'in the faces of the members of the par
Just as the king and queen reaehed
the iron railing along the river bank
the sun came from behind a billowy
bank of clouds. It formed a rainbow in
the bank of mist rising far E'bovo the
cararaeta. . ,
The king and queen took many pic
tures of the falls. Each had a earners.
Lieutenant General Baron - Jacqm
climbed over the railing skirting the
high cliff at the brink of Luma. falls,
hazarding a fall to the rocks nearly 200 j
feet below, to got a bettor -picture of
the falls. ; j .
Prom Luma Point the royal party went
to the Cave of Winds dressing room.
There the king, the queen, tho prince
nnd other members of the royal party
donned th0 heavy woollen clothing, the
felt boots, tho rubber hats and eoats
worn on excursions into the cave tinder
the American falls. As the king wa
pulling on his boots an attendant stoop
ed to assist him, "attaboy, king." This
brought a smile to the king 'S face.
At the Niagara Falls station King
Albert kissed his first American baby.
It was H. A. Stone Jr., 12 weeks old
son of a New York Central freight agent
here. The baby pulled the king's mns
taehe. The party is .scheduled to leave Buffa
lo at 8:30 tonight.
.; At the luncheon in Boston yestorday
the queen' and Princ Leopold had their
first taste of Boston baked beans.
at ChSeago, returned to this city Thurs
day night, ana resumed worn at his or
fie. Friday. H said that he enjoyed
the trip very much, and regretted that
he-could not remain longer.
Heelty transfers in the county con
tinue to show an increase. Tip to noon
Saturday 13 transfers were recorded at
the.offHse of the eounty recorder, alt
for fair sized transactions. One army
discharge off A. H; Hennies, and the
wiU of B. Biddlo, also were recorded
A hearing for Al'vis Pulley 22 ar
rested on n charge of stealing some
elovcr seed from the farm of John D.
Smith, willSJe.held Tuesday afternoo,'
before Justice of the Peace Cnruh.
Then hearing of Norman Owens, 18,
arrested on the same charge will be
held Wednesday morning.
Homer Choate, cousin of Owens, w ho
was also arrested and confessed his
part in the theft, is free under bail of
Pulley was arrested here Friday by
Sheriff Needham;. and Choate and
Owens were arrested at Portland upon
advices from Sheriff Needham 's office,
J. N. GATION DIES
Spokane, Wash., Oct. G.Joseph Na
poleon Gation, descendant of General
Beauregard, son of a. former president
of the Bank of Montreal, and in charge
of the first transcontinental dining car
service over the Northern Pacific, is
Tired and disgusted with being' rob
bed so often, J. M. Davis has sold his
general merchandise store at rairview
A women 's auxiliary to the American
Legion, the second in the state, was or-1 and will retire to spend the winter at
gsirized at Eugene Tuesday, night.
Will H. Bennett state superintend
ent of banks, Saturday issued a char
ter to the Knappa State bank, Knappa.
Clatsop county. The institution is cap
italized at $15,000.-IV E. Stewart -ds
president, C. H. Wotzek, -vice presi
dent; W. C. Boatman, cashier, and J.
r. Harmon, assistant cashier.
Because a large picture of the fsrmer
kaiser appears in tljo now geography,
tho Parent-Teacher association at Eu
gene lias passed a resolution condemn
ing the book. :
Marriage licenses have been issued to
Irvin Mlagee, 60, of Woodburn and Nina
Gleason, 40, of Hubbard; and to John
Aldeman, 64 of Gervais, and Thressa
Englhart of Mount Angel.
. The will of N. B..Nilster of Silver-
ton, who died some time ago, was filed
with the county clerk Monday, and ad
mitted to probate by County Judge
Bushoy. In has will Nilster names as
his beneficiaries Mary E. Siddings, Ida
S. Graves, Fannie T. Smith, Jett L.
Dibble, Bertha J. Woodsides, -Dell T
Smith, Lottie J. Davenport and Beda
The estates of Carl W. Unundson,
dice L. Pinska and Albert K. Pinska
were also admitted to probate.
ONE of BISHOP'S OVERCOATS
they are manufactured by America's
foremost designers; " personally chose -by
Bishop's buyer in the East. . v.'.
THEY range in styles from the
light overcoat to the heavy garment,
that has the weight suitable for ex- ,
tremely cold weather.
STYLES in the , WAIST-LINE,
BELTERS, (with belts) with straight
and those with slashed pockets. QUAR?
TER arid full lined, making the dres
siest, most serviceable and stylish over
coat shown today.
' DON'T WAIT ! PURCHASE
YOURS WHILE THE STOCKS ARE
$22.00 to $65.00
; FLEECE WOOL shirts are absolutely pure OREGON fleece
wool, the natural animal vitality remaining makes the life .of the gar
ment wear longer. THEY come in the plain and twilled fabric;
manufactured along lines that give that snappy satisfying appear--ance
so much desired. ,
PRICED at $5.00. THE label "BISHOP'S FABRIC" protects
THERE are 100 dozen here; or 1200 garments, sized from 14 1-2
to 19. They are a "WarmNumber" and are very popular.
Look at Our "Island Window."
"Every Family In Marion antt Polk Counties a Patron"
Salem Woolen Mills Store
Op ft M
TO Uvf ' n
Herman Edwin Norn Strom, torn
January 7, 1918, to the wife of a man
known as Jo Morley, at SSlverton,' was
(formally adopted Mondayby Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Ulofton (Strom of oilverton, I , , . . .
M Sa saSa -that after-the birth of the - .: r
little boy his parents disappeared, and f The beautiful farm homc: of Al Witliee
at no time made any effort to provide ncar Amity, with all its contents, wns
?' .: "un Ui luo "-. destroyed bv fire a few days aco.
much property at
Sihool for boys, ,
the' state trailing eliango National ibank of itpokane.
in Meadow GroTe, Neft,
Whole Family Follow Sons to War
With "Jazz" Cure for Homesickness
Tin .!- 1, .,,,! ,.f .. !,.. .4.l.
The shipyard. strike has reached. As-, ed . inTestientiou to determine the re
sponsibility for a fire which restroyed position of agriculturist for the Ex-
tona. Three plants are
aid 309 men are out.
E. V. Averill, inspector of the L'nit
ed States biological survey at Pendle-
.las loft that city to assume the
A little more than a quarter of a mil
lion dollni'it more than was paid lust
year will be paid (by Umatilla county
taxpayers neat year, according to tho
estimate of Jouuty Assoesor Strain.
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Mother and Thret Daughter
After Roy Had Cone
p.. n:J Tkmti'tt
wo rroncr-' " v&
Form Rag-Time , Orchettra
and .Are Driving Away
tha Blue of Thouaand of
Boy Overetf .
Jj -J : ; ' ' . ! , ,
in mmwmiA n Economical, Delightful, Light Place to TradewiMMnHMMi.
i Tne majority of. the suits in our.
J l&pJ: JVW ' showing are in three-quarter
MJ e 's! ll lengthr Quite a few of them are
m W eS Yi semi-fitting and have collars of
Vhen the two tons of Mrs. Ellse
Bolander, a musician, of. Berkeley,
Cal, went to war, the mother de
cided that the remainder of the
family should go, too. The imnain
der of the family consisted of-MrtC
Bolander and three daughters,
Alice, Mabel and Pearl. - They are
all concert artist, and when the
first call went out from the Y.M.
CA. for entertainers they enlisted
m a unit. -
Vrs. Bolander played the guitar
and ukelele In this private quartet,--Pearl
flayed tha cornet,. Alice t.
inrm oboe: ptano and accord ia
and Mabel the piano and clarlaet.
The result was nte "Jaialest" ce
cheetra, so tha boys say. that ever
visited a cantonment. .
For more than a year this group
played the Y.M.C-A. circuit, Tlaiting
practically -very camp 1b the coon'
try ana piarinK w uo uiw
thousands of men. They were not
allowed to go across because of the
two- boys -on the -other aide, but
when the armistice was signed tha
request 't-overseas gerrice, which
they hau aa in formore than a
year, was granted. They, nave been :
in France fur several months, play- -Jng
rag time In camps and at tne -leave
area. They Jaade their first
appearance at . the. Pavilion, in.
Paris, and were an . inatamaneoiia
. success.. . 9
While the dough J lav exacting,
and wants his opera good when he
does- hear it, he more often wants -rag-time,
and this to the music that
haa helped the Y.M.GA. drive away
the A.K.f. -malady of homesickness.
Apparently , the vogue , of the
straight line silhouette holds its
own without rival in dresses as
well as in coats and suits. You'll
wonder when you see them that we
can afford to quote th- m at these
prices: Wool, Silk, Satin, $15 to $75
Separate waists are now reigning
in high favor and the most popular
1 - of them are included in our display.
Some are tailored and others are of
Boftand sheer fabrics. Splendid
, values in silk waists at $2.50 to $25
Many new ideas in style
have made their appearan
ce since the first new modes
made their formal debut for
autumn wear. These new
ideas add greatly to the ap
pearance of the garments in
general and lend them an at
tractiveness .'' which - ig - admirable.
The majority of. the suits in our.
showing are in three-quarter
length. Quite a few of them are
semi-fitting and have collars of
self material cut high with pointed
revers. Many have vests of fur and
fabric. The pick of them we offer
you at these prices $25 to $125
The stunning coats we are show
ing adhere strictly to the straight
line but have a fullness which is
concealed by inverted pleats and
other clever features. Their prices
win surely please you $15 to $125
Salem's Exceptional Store '