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fAQB JHOHT. DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OEEOON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEE 3, 1913, Remodeling Week at Meyers JKJfiS; Owing to the largo number of wo men's fall and winter garments which have arrived and the enor mous lines recently purchased in the fashion centers now on their way to us, we are compelled to enlarge our floor space to accommodate the ever-increasing stock. Mr. H. W. Meyers wired us from New York that the new coats, suits and other garments he was then purchasiig would far outclass any previous showing in Salem, and we are pre paring several of our departments so as to render better and more rapid service to our customers, as good service has always" been a hobby with us. Men will boibusy this week remod eling and rearranging departments, for it is our constant aim for Sa lem's big department store to lead in the matter of exclusive and de sirable styles, quality, prices, dis play and service. We cordially invite-an in spection of the new advance models of Women's and Misses' Suits and Coats. No obligation to purchase. Quality House of The Ml mirm GOODlGOOD S i n i i " a 3fc3 The I N., Home of I Frt J Satisfaction 9 8 Capital City Brevities Dr. F. L. Utter, dentist, suite 415-4K1-417 Masonic building. Miss Ethel Higdon has returned home rf'.cr visiting friends nt Gates for a few days. W. M. Colvin, one of Mcdford's shining lights, was iu Salem yesterday on business. Br. Stceves has gone East to study. Ho will spend one month in Eaiitern clinics and will return September 15. An application for the extradition of H. W. Ballard, now under arrest in Portland, was honored yesterday by Governor West. Mrs. Iiay L. Holland 'and daughter, Dorothy, of Spokane, Wash., are visit ing with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Savage at 723 Ferry stroot, Mrs. Jane Koborts and Mrs. S. Rob erts, the former's daughter-in-law, have left for New York to visit old homo places for a few months. My son, ho who refrains, through neglect, from enjoying aTashmoo, hath withdrawn himself from the way of nieces, hnppinoHg and poace. After visiting hor rolntives in this city for several weeks, Miss Virginia Byrd has returned to Walla Walla. 1 Miss liortha Byrd also went to Walla' Walla. i What woman doos not know the com toilet table? Toilet tables make dress-! toilet table I Toilet table make dress-1 Ing a pleasure, and they add to tho beauty of tho apartment in which they are placed. See our window display of tables for all purposes. Imperial Fur nituro To., 177 North Liberty St. Falling to show up at tho police court yesterday aftornoon, Carl Conner and Josse Francis, the couple who wore ar rested last Saturday night In tho Scott lodging houso on tho charge of disor derly conduct, have forfoitod their bail money. Connor gave $25 bond and Miss Francis put up $10. Your wife's work is just as hard and just as complicated as your own and it is just as important. She has to buy food and supplies economically and well. (She Una to plan meals to keep the household running smoothly, Rec ognising thut fact, wo always endeavor to supply her wants with supplioa that re a little bit better or just a little tit cheaper. Sunset Qrocory, 121 South Commercial Street. f Dr. Asseln, dentist, 205 Salem Bank & Trust building. Jim Bnll, of Shaw, was in the city today transacting business. Fred Legg, the local architect, and family returned today from Portland. Circuit Judge Galloway has returned from a briof business visit to Dallas. After spending an enjoyablo vaca tion in Montana, Miss Lena Girardin has returned. Miss Girardin is a dep uty clerk in County Clerk Gehlhar's of fice. Tho wet weather is here. Your horses should be protected by a rubber blanket or a good horse blanket. Let F. E, Shafer, tho saddle and harness man, 1S7 South Commercial strcot, fit you out. The Victor system of changeable noodles, is the only only way to got per fect tone control the tho perfect tone tho tone you like the best is differ ent with different selections. Call on P.. F. Peters, 521 Court street and have this fact demonstrated. Fall is now with us, and we begin to look for the warm meal, three times a day. In anticipation of the increased domaud, we have made preparations to eater to your tastos in all kinds of strictly fresh moats. Independent Mar ket, 255 Ferry St. Phone 729. Deliv eries anywhere, any lime. Mr. L. S, Geer, formerly assistant mnnagor of tho Cnlef Bros.' largo fur niture houso in Portland, has taken charge of Calof Bros.' store in this city. Mr. Geer was with tho Port land houso over five years. 0, F. Calof, who has been in charge hero since tho opening of the store, will take n much-needed vacation. This is tho time of year when the high school graduates of 1013 are won dering which college thoy should at tend this coming year. At the public library we have cotalognos of a num bor of the colleges and also some books on the colleges and higher education in general which might prove holpful Following is a list of the most useful Come in and look them ovor: Corbin, "Which College for the Boys " Craw ford, "The College Girl of America.' Jordan, "College and the Man." Tnl bot, "Education of Women." Wilson, "Working One's Way Through Co!' lege and Vniverslty." lATnfA A MOTOR li VUlfll Y CYCLES WATT SHIPP, Ammni'ltlon, ruhltig Tackle, Etc, North Commercial Street. Phone 383 Mrs, Mort Pilkington, of Baker City, is visiting at the home of hor sister, Mrs, Harry Hill, in South Salem. H. J. Eamsey, a representative of the TJnitod States agricultural depart ment, is in the city on business. Mrs. J. E. Watson, who received a . bad fall recently, while hanging cur- tains in her homo, is reported to be get j ting along very nicely at present. John Fostor, of Polk county, was yesterday appointed a delegate to the National Conservation Congress, which is to meet in Knoxville, Tenn., this month. I J. F. Stoiwer, of Coos Bay, will soon ; be a resident of this county, having been in the city yesterday for tho pur pose of finding a suitable location. The council continues to siilostop the police matron appointment. It is said that all efforts to got a sufficient number lined up for any candidate nave tailed. Having sold my business, all ae counts due will be received at the store until September 18. After that date nil accounts will be placed in the hands of a collector. J, M. Lawrence. Tho Sunday school hour at the First Methodist church will be at 10 o'clock herenftcr, instead of 12. This was de cided at a meeting held at the home of A. A. Lee by the members of the board last night. ' Miss Claro May of Portland Is in the city, the guest of her father, Dr. Paul II. May. Dr. May's furniture arrived from Portlnnd today and he expects to soon bo housekeeping at 837 Center street. Curfew is supposed to ring nt 8:45 in the evening from now on. ami tho kids must got home an hour earlier than In the summer. The regulations apply to all under the age of 18 years. Mayor B. L. Stceves is due back in Salem September 15. following nn ex. tonded trip in the east. The mayor is raiting a post-graduate course in his line, and also will look after some business mattors. The rain of Inst night caused a light attendance at the council meeting. An other reason for the slump in attend ance is that the council has not been staging the spectacular stunts that en livenod things durinir the snrinir and summer months. It is understood, how ever, that tho safety valve is likely to blow off most any time, and ona of the old-time gnbfests will be in order. ACADEMY of the SACRED HEART Under the direction of the Siatera of the Holy Namea SALEM, OREGON Most approved mothods, Primary, Grammar and nigh School Depart ments. Complete course in Music. No Interference with religion of pupils. MODERN CONVENIENCES DOMESTIC COMFORTS Scholastle year begins third Monday in September. ADDRESS BISTER SUPERIOR. I Grand Opera House fliighta 2 Commencing MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. THOMAS A. EDISON Laughing, Singing and Talking Pictures. Dosrs open at 7 p. m. First show at 7:30; second show at 9:00. Matinee Tuesday at 2:30. Trice of admission 25c. Children 15c. M M They are going some. Those beau tiful boxes with Salem views on. Filled with candy. The Spa. See our window. A beautiful box filled with our best candies. All Sa lem views. Special 60 cents per box. The Spa. Miss Jennie Cleave, of Portland, is visiting Salem friends and relatives this week. Mrs. Lenta Stahl, of Portland, a former resident of Salem, passed through this city en route to Livesley's hop yard. Suit was commenced in the circuit court today by Elizabeth E. Farror to Recover $110 alleged to be due on building rent from J. L. Houck. The Grand opera house last night was a point of interest for theatre goers and the production "The Girl of the Hill" drew a good-sized crowd. The play was well worth seeing and everyone seemed to enjoy it. Humor galore flew during the play and much laughter was provoked by the 1918 re marks dropped by the clever actors and actress::. Alfred D. Cridge, who is making a tour of Willametet valley towns to give them a writeup in tho Portland Journal, arrived in Salem today. He reports conditions prosperous wherev- i er he has been. At Independence last ! night the hotels were so crowded that he could not get a room. " A complaint to recover $118.75 was filed in the circuit court last night by E. M. Kightlinger against "Hattie," a boat. The plaintiff alleges he per formed labor for the defendant's own er to the amount of compensation asked. Attorney Day appears for the plaintiff. i Alleging in his complaint that he received injuries by reason of negli gence and carelessness on the part of the defendant, P. F. Kilian, C. T. Wol fard asks damages in the sum of $3471. The plaintiff alleges that while he was working around the defendant's sash and door factory in Mount Angel, he was thrown into unprotected and dan gerous machinery, when defendant at tempted to force a piece of lumber through the edging machine by hitting it with a board, resulting in plaintiff's foot being disabled. In a complaint filed in tho circuit court yesterday afternoon, C. P. Slade and F. Slade alleges that by renson of Felix LaBranch, the defendant, being unexperienced and careless, nn auto mobile driven by him collided with a motorcycle the plaintiffs were riding with such force as to demolish the lntter mnchino and damage it in the sum of -250, which amount the judg ment asked. The plaintiffs set forth as grounds for damages that while they were riding east on State street, the defendant was driving his machine west on tho same street at the rate of 25 miles an hour, and, indifferent of the safety and lives of others, failed to observe the plaintiffs' motorcycle, and guided his auto in such a manner as to strike the same. The plaintiffs ask damages in the sum of $250, to gether with costs. County Clerk Gehlhnr will hereafter deal out a decidedly new deck in the form of county warrants, he having just received the latest creation today. Tho old warrants consisted of a piece of blue paper about the size of a good big blotter, and it required no small amount of observation to locate th principal figures, the amount called for. The new warrants are a light yel low and very official-looking. With tho exception of a few wan derlng drnuks( that float in from no where, the police station in a very quiet and uninteresting place at the present time. Notwithstanding hop picking time generally has a tendency to.liven things up a bit, the police have had very little trouble. Duo to a dog running between , his legs while he was making a fine spurt for nn Oregon Electric train this morn ing, D. O. Koppe. of Portland, took a bad fall at the intersection of State and High streets. Mr. Koppe was walking along leisurely, when the warning boll of the train that had pulled in from Albany began ringing. The belated passenger got in action, and as ho sprinted for tho then moving train, a little brown dog jumped be tween the running man's legs, with the result that runner and dog rolled Into the gutter. Succeeding in finally got ting free of the dog, Mr. Koppe caught the tail end of the train, and faded out of sight still brushing his clothes. The committee appointed to ap praise tho plant of the late Willis Dun iwny, on which tho state printing is done, mot Tuesday, and a report of a majority of tho committee has been filed. Tho committee is comiiosed nf three printers, Georgo Putnam, G. W. Orton and Carey Hnyter. The first two estimated tho value of the plant at $15,470, but Hayter thinks this too low. Ho has not filed his estimate vet, but will probably do so Thursday, when the board will deeido whether the pur chnso shall be made. State Treasurer Kay says the depart ment having charge of the inheritance tax collected during the month of Au gust $26,500. This breaks all records of the department, and the marked In crease is due to the fact that the de partment is paying close attention to the appraisement of estates, in many cases forcing a substantial Increase and adding materially to the receipts. A large part of the increase for the past month was due to the raising of the appraised valuation of the estate of the late Jacob Kamm, of Portland, Five coaches loaded with 600 people, bound for the T. .A Livesley hop field pulled through Salem this morning at 11:45. Fololwing this train, three coaches and a baggage car passed through. Never bofore in the history of Salem has the passenger traffic been so large, according to old rail roaders in the city, and, with the ex ception of a few who are traveling for other business or for pleasure, the hordes are on their way to the hop yards in the valley. Train load after train load has been passing this city since yesterday, and several other spe cials are expected in before tonight. William Tweedie, who is charged with soliciting for immoral purposes, appeared in "ceurt this morning with counsel, and, at the request of tho lat ter, he was given until 2 o'clock to morrow in which to plead, The de fendant is out on $300 bonds. The tables are all set and everything is in readiness for the get-together meeting which will take place iu the promotion department quarters of the Commercial Club this evening. A big crowd is expected by Secretary Bynon and tho iigh-jinks promised is in lino to be ono of the most noted ever held by the local commercial bodies. DEATH NOTICES. SCHEIMER. Excitement caused from vigorous at tention given to a balky horse is be lieved to have caused the death of An- gust Schrimcr yesterday afternoon on his farm near the city. Mr. Schrimer and a little neighbor boy were driving to the former's pear orchard to picit penrs, when tho horse started to act ugly. The beast balked, backed and attempted to run away, and Mr. Schrimer became greatly excited, accord ing to the story told by tho boy. After arriving at the pear orchard and the two had begun picking, Mr. Schrimer suddenly gasped and fell to the ground Nearby people were attracted to tho dead man by the screams of the lad but Schrimer was beyond aid, his death coming nlmost instantly from heart failure. The deceased leaves the fol lowing relatives: Frank Schrimer, of Pipestone, Minn.; William Schrimer, Princeton, Minn.; Mrs. Ernest Zeil esch. Independence; Mrs. A. C. Schaf er, Salem; Miss Christian Schrimer, Portland; August Schrimer, Jr., Port land; Mrs. T. A. Easmussen, Salem, and Misses Anna and Kate Schrimer, Salem. A Physician's Faith in Tuberculosis Medicine "Have used Eckmon's Alterative In eieral coses of tubercular glands of I tie neck, with excellent results every time. In one case It cost me $50, tor the girl was pat on it only until she could ar range to be operate'!, and In a abort time an operation was not needed. I appose four records are just as fine as of old. Von know my fnltli In It." (Original of this physician's letter on tile.) Eckman's Alterative Is effective In oth er forms. Read what Mrs. (larvin snys: Idnbo Fnlls, Idaho. "Gentlemen: I hove gained twenty-two pounds since lost February and my bnhy la In perfect health. I have been waiting alnce she was born to see how I would get along. I am now doing nil my work, hove been ever since sbe was four weeks old, and I am steadily gaining. I do not cough or raise anything at oil. I believe my lung trouble Is cured." (Sworn Affidavit) MltS. M. H. GARVIN. Note Mrs. Oarvln has seven children. Eckman's Alterative la effective In Bron chltla, Asthma, Hay Fever; Thront and Lung Troubles, and In upbuilding the yttem. Does not contain poisona, oplntcs or hablt-fonntng drugs. Ask for booklet telling of recoveries, and write to Erkman Laboratory, Philadelphia I'a., for more evi dence. For sale by all leading druggists J. C. Perry, Druggist NOTICE OF 'ASSESSMENT. Notice is hereby given thnt tho com mon council of tho city of Salem, Ore gon, will at or about 8 p. m.. on the 8th day of September, 1913, or at the same hour at any subsequent regulai council meeting thereafter, at tho com mon council chambers, in tho city of Salem, Oregon, proceed to assess upon each lot or part thereof or parcel of land liable therefor, it, proportionate share of the total cost of improving ..usnington street, from tho east lin of Vaii-m,,., 4. . .. -.......,. ,,v an-uuo to tne west line or r ir street. All persons interested in said as sessment are hereby notified to appear nam umo Doiere said common coun cil and present their objections, if any im-y nae, to said assessment and ap ply to said common council on or b. fore tho said 8th day of September, 1913, to equalize their proportionate share of the total cost of improving uasmngton street, and their said assessment. nrAS- F. TMIX, City Ttecorder. r m i L X---"L.,.'..y;-lli-fM PRESBYOPIA 'That Subtle Symptom of Middle age, when the eyes fail to dis tinguish clearly articles at closo range, can he corrected overcome by wearinir i that focus the eyes correct! Let us make the examination and supply you with glas,, which will enable you to work read or write without effort. ' A. McCulloch I 291 N, Commercial St-Phoni fi25 tittt : and K'asscs I" The ideal IS tags Summer beverage dgwqysTea England's favorite for over mi 70 years Loans and Insurance 42500, $2000, $000 to loan on real es tate, at lowest rate of interest. Insure your property with Bechtel & Bynon. Represent seven good, strong compan ies. On Easy Payments. We sell houses, vacant lota and 6, 10 or 20-acra tracts on easy payments. Houses for Sent Farm Bargains. We have the largest list of farm bargains in the valley. Don't buy un til you have seen our list. BECHTEL & BYNON, 347 State St. Phone 452 MARRIAGES. GEER-MOREIS. Miss N-ollie Morris and Guy Myrlo Geer were married at the residonce of Rev. P. S. Knight at noon today. They will make their home at the ranch of the bridogroom near Sublimity. The bride is a Salem girl and has many friends who wish her much happiness. Knights of Pythias, Attention. Thoro will be a regular moeting of Central Lodgo No. 18, this, Tuesday, evening. All members in good stand ing aro requested to be present. By order of the C. C. That .. . csn't hut 1 ' IS acre. i d.i. Hi i. ' !W8U $4000 'S Weal suburb V V. in berries, ne """M;. 1S00: 7 .... ', "S,....- and barn, c. in crop, iJ V "". good bam. 220 acre,inp0lk' "vemlnewhoa per acre; several ..,T "eH improved. U,'- ing house, , eery store, end,, t0;.. 20 acres do,, . . rurmshedRooi seUInsuranceoi! APPROVES NOMINATION. UNITED rnESB LEASED Will!). Washington, Sept. 3. The senate foreign relations committee today ap proved President Wilson's nomination of Henry Morgonthau as ambassador to Turkey, and that of John McMnr ray to be secretary of the United States legation at Pekin. Since Colonel Roosevelt has aprmrent 1 become indifferont to tho fate of hi. noted political offspring the Progres sive party, its rapid fading out of sight may reasonably be expected. ., . NEW TODAY. TWO CENTS A word for each insertion. FOR SALE Ono full blooded Rhodo Island Red cock and one dozen full blooded hens. Phono Farmers 11X HOT CHICKEN TAMALE At Fred night lunch. Ring up 1899 it you cannot walk. WANTED A few hop pickorB. Call 316 Masonic building. FOR SALE Remington typewriter No. 10, practically new. Call at 245 Division. Phone 1194. FOR SALE Ono high grade player piano, a snap if taken at once. Bligh Hotel. FURNISHED FLAT-Now 7-room flat, furnished, furnace, modorn, near high school, 6C0 North High street. Phone Farmers' 567. FOR SALE Ford runabout, with box on back end Good tiros throughout, chains and extra tubes. Goiger Con struction Co., 409 V. 8. Bank bldg. LOOK AT THIS Slightly used drop head Bewing machine $10; new drop head sewing machine $18 and up. 610 State street. WANTED Girl for general house work. Must be ncnt, clean a good cook and furnish references. A good, pormanent place in small fam ily for right party. Phone Main 1070. FOR SALE An ideal stock ranch, 280 acres, in one of the best sections of the Willamette Valley, running wator, good fences, near railroad station, $2000 worth of farming- ma chinery and horses. snnn wn.th nf ilniry cows, 4000 bushels of grain, u tons of hay. See Clyde Rice, with L. S. Barnes & Co., 315-316 Masonis Temple. HOUSE AND LOT-50X120, 6 bearing chorry trees, 3 apple treos, grapes, etc., $025, $100 down, balance $10 per month, 7 per cent interest. What "ore do you wnntl See Clyde Rice, 316 Masonic building, SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE and 85r200 ft. "J on paved street, paving paid. Fruit, ornamental and shade trees, blackberries, loganberries, good gar den spot and well, one block from car line, good location, now renting for 9 Per month. All for $1600; $800 cash, balance $10 per month, 7 per cent. Bargain. See Clyde Bice, with ' S- Barne Co., 316 Masonie tern-pie. $500 Will buy . ao... -ch, tha ti, $500 wiI1 ffiake th, first payment, and th. crops will take car .of th. b.I.nc., if you will s -7. erop- Clyde Kic with T. a b . and we prompt uieni. win oTTi Acme Inve: Phones: Office, M,ia - Mu mi, ' ; Opposite Court Housj Employment Bm, necfi'on, j Schaefor" Cora fcrt,' ly relieves the com, Uk ' er's Drug Store only. j' f. I isMfn 'i , ,- South Salem Bo: , Tray and berry hoiei Frail k, All kinds. Porch and lit) it J screens. First-class cabinet tut Phone 308 ' jjjxj,.; MONEY TO LO On farm and city propsrtj, M Bcott, over Chicago Store, lie. : Mtom. Phon. ltd. . j NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE SOCI'" BCKGHABDT t mm ' EesltlMt AgMti . Wito': MONEY TO 10 On Good Real EaUt M TH0S. K. FOES Over Ladd t Bush Bank, Si'-. REAL EST.V JACOB I 00, i Phon. 2424. O-207 HnM!:; MONEY TO L0! Ol gooi Seal IiUtt becitxl inn $47 SUto Strwt WOOD AND CC la w quantity. Prompt tK; our SDecialW. Wl" Cltf K Company, I7 Norti & street Phon. Bill ii JAPANESE UUSDHU"1, CLEANUa WOW No machinery tonr out delicate fabric for and delitnd prootW , 445 Ferry streetPkM;. I Cherry City ; Ice Ire:" Soccially ' t Dinner and Lodger Buy It ; 260 Chemektts SW Phone 2482 I Hop picking napr""!'': will soon do !"" . , bread and cake supplj" THE SALEM ROYAL BAKE Former German will be assured of ' up-to-date, sible firm. Phon" -Qommercial tretl GOLDSMITH 4 PBOPBIET0B& 316 Masonic T.mple.