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PAGE TOVTSL EUGENIC SHOV TO BE Veterans Ready For Annual Encampment of the G. A. R. GREATEST EVENT OF THE SEASON The Linn County Fai) SCIO, OREGON September 24, 25 and 26 GREAT FAIR FEATURE Select Your Little Tots of Salem WiU Be Entered and Score of Ladies Will Aid In Details. ' Under the auspice of the Salem Commercial club, a eugenic show, or contest rather, will be held in the audi torium of the promotion department of the club prior to the opening date of the state fair. The contest is being arranged by Secretary Bynon of the Commercial club at tho request of C. M. Plummer, the man who has charge of the eugenic department at the state fair this year. Mr. Plummer has re quested every commercial organization in the state to hold a contest before the fair opens and Salem will be among the first to respond to the suggestion. Tota Hare Whole Show. The little tots of 8alcm are to have the whole show to themselves and not a single other attraction will be staged when they are given the stage. Every mother in the city is requested to bring i along their jewels and enter them in the contest for the perfect baby honor. Thore will be everything necessary to making the babies comfortable and a score of efficient ladies will be on hand to see that the contest is carried put to the letter. The patronesses of the show will be Mrs. A. JT. Bush, Mrs. John McNary, MrB. F. W. Durbin, Mrs. Tom Kay. The judges will include Mrs. Dr. M. E. Pomeroy, Dr. W. Carlton Smith, Dr. 0. B. Miles, Dr. H. J. Clements of Salem, and Dr. P. Kcone of Silverton. The exact date on which the con text is to be held will be announced later. rH ' ill I'M : y --iWA;, gry(w 1 1 . 1 " : r- 1 " 1 " Rain Coat Now N' Friends of Manager Waters Appreciate Fin Program and Excellent New Theater. Loyal to the core for the man who shows ontorpriBO and public spirit by giving the people something new and entertaining, F. L. Waters, the man ager of the Snlom Amusement and Holding company, is tho genial host of a thousand or more enthusiastic theater goers nightly since ho opened his natty little show house, called the Ye Liberty, on Liberty Btroet. The Ye Liberty has been changed from what was a com paratively "little house" to one of the finest, movies on the coast and the workmen had hardly packed their tools and left tho building when people were invited to come, look and listen, They did all threo things and went away liappy and with a satisfaction down deep in their amusement-loving souls that will awaken every time Mr. Wa ters' big electric sign in front of his placo of business begins flashing. With the srtme old smilo and the same old greeting which has made him friends in unlimited numbers in Salem, Mr. Waters conducted tho big opening with dispatch and correctness. Not one patron was overlooked. I In all, the opening was a monster success. It was ft credit to tho city of Ssileir,, inasmuch as local people showed marked appreciation of the fact that the theater man had been doing some big things for them in the way of en tertainment and general comfort. The rejuvenated show honso is a credit to Snlem also. Nothing finer could be devised that would tend to afford good, clean amusement for tho public and it goes without saying that the big, cool and Ciimf;rtii!ilo theater will be liberal ly tronir.ed. ORTIIEKN veterans of the civil war watched wltb Interest for tbs forty-seventh annual encampment of tbe (Jruud Army of tbe Republic in Chattanooga, beginning Sept IB. General Alfred B Beers, com mander in chief of tbe G. A. U., wbo arranged the details. Is mem ber of the bar of Fairfield county, Conn., and wus judge of a court at Bridge port practically sixteen years. He bas been a member of tbe Soldiers' hospital board of Connecticut about twenty-two years. He enlisted ss a prlrate In Company I, Sixth Connecticut volunteer Infantry, Aug. ', 1801: was in the Sherman expedition to South Carolina In 1861 and at tbe capture ef Port Royal, S. 0.; was also at tbe siege of Fort Sumter and Charleston In 1863. In 1864 he was in the Virginia campaign, closing bis service with Sbsrman Id North Carolina In 1805. General Beers was elected commander In chief of tbe Grand Army of the Republic at Los Angeles last year. New York's bandsomt monument on tbe crest of Lookout mountain, in Point park, Chattanooga, Tenn., Is also shown. CAMINETTI CASE (Continu'd from page one.) Few students of human nature ever graduate. "Did Caminetti ever say to you that his only regret in leaving Sacramento was because of his elder child f" At kinson asked Miss Norris. 'Yes," was the alleged answer. "Ho expressed great devotion for the child and snid he would send(for her as soon as tho divorce proceedings wore uudor way." Attorney Woodworth for the defenso asked Doane whether Miss Norris was asked whether she had been intimate with Caminetti boforo leaving Sacra mento, but Doano's notes did not con tain any roforence to this angle. Doane was thon excused. The court then granted a temporary recesB. Left to Avoid Scandal, "Marlia Warrington and Lola Nor ris left Sacramento for the same pur pose that Drew Caminetti and Maury Diggs did 'to avoid the scandal that their relations thero had cause!.' " This was the opening statement of Attorney Marshall B. Woodworth for the defense to tho jury just before noon in outlining what tbe defense in tended, to prove. ' ... ' "Wo will show," he continued, "that these girls were just as anxious to avoid tho disgrace as either the defen dant here of Diggs. We will show that no coercion was attempted; that Caml netti did not buy the tickets, and that ho had been warned that he was to bo dismissed from his position in Sac ramento bocauso of his conduct with Miss Norris." Woodworth 's statements wore voiced following a temporary recess. He at tempted to read tho Mann white slave act to the jury and also to read the text of the indictments against Cami netti, but Judge Van Fleet interfered. Newspaperman Testifies. The defense announced a chango in pluns immediately aftor tho temporary recoss. Instead of calling Caminetti to the sta,nd as had been originally in tended, two witnesses from Sacramento were called. G. A. Putnam, an employe of a Sac ramento pajwr, testified that ho met Miss Warrington on the Saturday pre ceding the olopement by appointment and told, her that Mrs. Diggs intended to make trouble because of her conduct with Iiggs. Ho said ho told her that she need have no fear that his paper was going to air the scandl, explain' ing that it did not print that sort of news, WiU Testify Today. In a final effort to clear himself of tho charge of white slavery, Caminetti will take the witness stand in Mb own behalf late this afternoon. It is prob able that Lola Norris will be called to testify regarding Caminetti 'a promises to marry her and the effoct of these promises in inducing her to make the flight to Reno. But it is on Caminetti 's own story that tho final hope of the defense rosts. I And get the full season's I use out of it. We have a larger and bet ter line than ever of Gab erdine and Rubberized Rain Coats. PRICES $3.00 to $25.00 Come while the lines are complete and the stock fresh. Salem Woolen Mills Store j . SUICIDE PACT CASE. UNITED rUEHS LEASED WIRE. San Francisco, Sept. 3. The ab sence today of any member of the san ity commission caused a continuance until tomorrow of the investigation in to the case of Mrs. Vivien Lyons, pret ty Denver divorcee, who since her al leged suicide pact with Eobort J. Wid ney, of Los Angeles, has been held under observation by tho authorities. Mrs. Lyons it said to be rapidly recov ering from the stnte of hysteria brought on by the reported critical con dition of Widncy and the drug which she swallowed. Bring your exhibits to the County Fair. Liberal premj. urns in all departments. $2,000.00 in cash will distributed to exhibitors. $600.00 to school chilis Best Farm exhibit $70.00 $40.00 $1.00 Ji0 Domestic canned fruit $10.00 $ 8.00 $ 3.00 Farm exhibit for children under 15 $12.00 $ 8.00 $ 3.00 Best school district exhibit $25.00 $15.00 $10.00 MANY PREMIUMS EQUALLY AS GOOD . Special Premiums The Southern Pacific Railroad offers a $20 silver cup for the best Jersey cow at the fr The Hill railroad systems of Oregon offers a $20 silver cup for the best farm exhibit New, first-class restaurant on the grounds. Regular meals 35c. Camping groundi fa. Races, amusements and attractions for old and young. Music by Monmouth Concert Band Season Tickets $1.25 Day Tickets 50c Special Rates on Railroads A. G. Prill, Pres. Roy V. Shelton, 5ecj This world isn't so bad if you'll just smile and keep on trying. This old world might ba worse we had our wav about it. THF 1 1 liLi STORE TH YOU MONEY MAYOR OF MEDFORD DIES IN TAILOB SHOP IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT As to the quality of La Follette's Early Crawford step into our store. Compare the size, the quality of the fruit with that of other growers. Three Comparisons The peach itself, the size of the box and the quality of the fruit. We invite you to make comparisons. You will find our prices lower than any of them. Our Price, 60c, 75c and 85c Order Your Tomatoes Now We expect a load today, 85c per bushel. Tomatoes for the table, 15c per basket. We are moving stacks of fruit, you had better see us before making your purchases. Roth Grocery Co. Phones 1 885-1886 410 State Street rUNITXD PnKSS LEASED WIBE.l Mcdford, Ore., Sept. 3. William Eif fert, mayor of this city, was found dead from heart disease in hiB tailor shop here last night about 9 o "clock. Mr. Eiffort came here from Ada, Ohio, about ten years ago, and has been actively identified with local politics for the past soven years. He was a pnst exalted ruler of tho B. P. O. E, a Mason and grand prophet of the K, of P. He lenvos a widow, one son, Justin, who is a Southern Pacific fire man and five daughters, three of whom aro married, tho eldest being married last Saturday. She is now on her honeymoon in California. An inquest will not be held. CALL FOR BIDS. Notice is hereby given that the com mon council of tho Uty of Salem, Ore gon, invites sealed bids for the mak ing of an improvement of Saginaw street in the City of Salem, Oregon, from the north line of Lincoln street to tho north line of Meyors street with 9-inch macadam or 6-inch gravel cement concrete in accordance with the plans, specifications and estimates on file in tho office of the city recorder of said city, which are hereby referred to and nindo a part of this notice. Said bids will be oponed on or after tho 8th day of Sept., 1913, at or about 8 o'clock p. m., in opon council moot I ing in the City Hall in Salem, Orgeon. 1 Each bid submitted must be accom panied by a certified check equal in amount to ten per cent of the amount of tho bid. The city reserves the right to reject Buy and all bids. This notice is published for five successive days in a daily newspaper published in the City of Salem, Oregon, tho dnto of the first publication being Sept, 3, 1913. HI AS. F. ELGIN', City Koeordor. Our Line of Heaters is Larger This Year Than Ever With Prices Less Than Last Year r - -C n M E! II II M II IJ ti u N II II M 11 ti ii ii ii ii n u II 11 II II II 13 M n ti H 11 M B1 II II II 11 13 II II 1! II n ii u n ta ii M Ii 11 II 11 11 ri M n ii si ti n u N I! 11 I know men who rise early b f in a good day at loafing. iiMauMMiU Asa imAi SAV Our Garnet heater is a most satisfactory wood burner; very attractive and desirable, from $9.50 to $13.00 Dont fail to see the Shasta Heater, all cast iron lined, with finest nickel trimmings. $11.25 to $16.50 We have a big line of airtight heaters and other stoves on our floor which you should come in and look over before you buy. i cUe J3i w, . UUHI amCHSTS. kit ti rm: Cf.in Heater be one oi healer on been known to most sausraciuiy , the- market tor m y you are looking for m A in and ce gwu vv...w . - - stove. Large size for $16.50 Cornea in Many Size' thin? th'n l I III llH IH lim Pim IWiMBipi , ,, . '