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DAILT OAPI TAX. JOURNAL, SALEM, ORBOOW. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1913.
FAGE SIGHT. 1 Owing to the death of Mr. Gideon Steiner, Meyers store will be closed all day tomorrow, Tuesday, the 23rd, Meyers II tl M Capital City Special meeting of Multno-I mah Chapter, No. 1, R. A. M. this evening at 7:60, Work in the M. M. degree. Visiting companions welcome Dr. F. L. Utter, dentist, suite 415-' 118-417 Masonic building. Willard Budlong and wifo arrived from Portland yesterday to visit for a few days. Have your eyes fitted correctly by Dr. Mendelsohn, 210 TJ. S. Bank build- j ing. No drugs used. I Conversation in French between par ties will be a feature of our classes. ' Studio 311 Hubbard building My son, thou must not be disheart ened or cast down because of poor ci gars, for the purchase of a Tashmoo will always bring thee complete en joyment. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ebcroot and Bon, Clifford, left yesterday morning for their home in Vancouver, B. C, aftor upending a month here visiting their many friends. ' A word to big sister or little broth-1 er. Come down or have mother bring yon to onr salesrooms for a demonstra tion of a Victrola. Wo have all of yonr favorite airs. K. F. Peters, 521 Court street. I There is still much need . for the team, and the necks will soon puff or scald, if not protected by collar pads. Talk it over with F. E. Shafor, the sad dle and harness man, 187 South Com mercial street. I The simplicity and elegance in bed room furniture which is now universal-' ly aonght, finds complete expression in the choicely solectcd stock of bedroom furniture at the Imperial Furniture Co., . 177 North Liberty street. A word to the good housekeeping wo man. We ask that you give us a chance to serve you. You will find ours a mod housekeeping store stocked with the goods yon have learned to want. Onr service, courteous our dosiro to wrrvo, sincere. Our prices reasonable, and all goods marked with "quality" stamp. Sunset grocery, 121 South Commercial street According to Chief of Police She lock, the records at tho city hall Bhow that this year has been the quietest one for some time during tho season when the hop pickers leave tho yards. He utatee that very few arrests have been made, and there does not seem to ho much desire upon the part of the transi ent class to "start things" when they enmo In from the hop fields with their Tank roles. Paul ft. Mlnston, an extensive prune jrrowor of Tlosediilo district, who lives ia Portland, and who was In the city yesterday, stated that ho hoped to "make a big cleaning In prunes this year." Mr. Mlnston declares that the rop Is looking the best it evor has, and tliat he hopes to have them harvested within a fow days. AT0 ISE m 1 Ih "There ia only one real how in town, Mutt." "Jeff, I agree with you." BLIGH THEATRE Salem'a Only Vaudeville Show. A Good Program Today and Tomorrow. st a rniir . AC AUfcM i or the SACRED HEART Under the direction of the Sisters of the Holy Names SALEM, OREGON Meet approved methods, Primary, Grammar and High School Deport ments. Oeaiplete course In Music. No interference with religion of poplle. MODERN CONVENIENCES DOMESTIC COMFORTS Scholastic year begins ADDRESS Brevities Dr. May, nerve specialist Masonic bid. Ralph Stearns has gone to Chicago to attend college this winter. i Miss Aggie Alford has returned to her home here after spending an outing at the seashore. It. S. Gile and his new wife have sailed for Europe, according to advices received here. Miss Lulu Heist has gone to Albany, where she will teach Gorman in the high school at that city. Misb Heist is a graduate of Willamette university. Nolan Hoff has gone to Corvallis to attend college. A correction was made yesterday by J. B. Cooper in regard to the general report given out to the effoct that the 1913 hop crop at the Byrne ranch, north of Salem had beon sold. Mr. Cooper 1 staets the hops have not been sold as yet, and are now open for bids. The crop will consist of about 150 bales. Frank C'oldwell, the secretary of the State Board of Thannacy, was the guest of Frank Ward, of Salem yesterday. Mr. Ward is a member of the Bame board. Almost every truck and exproes wagon in the city was busy today trans porting hop pickers' outfits to and from hop yards, and from one railroad station to another. About all tho har vesters in the county are loaving the fields today. A citation has been issued by the Marion county court ordoring Mr. and Mrs. Willis Oliver to appear and Bhow cause for the alleged delinquency of their daughter, Gertrude Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Percilal left for their homo in Bosoburg this morning, after visiting over Sunday with Salem friends and relatives. Today a number of public and private schools opened, but the Capital Busi ness College is open all the year. This is the school that meets the needs of the young peoplo who wis hto prepare qnickly and thoroughly for the best places In business. Talk with tho prin cipal, and learn how this school can holp you. "Buddio" Willis, of Albany, a keen motorcycle enthusiast of that placo, came to grief in this city yesterday morning, when ho tried to cut a horse shoo curve around tho corner of Liberty and Stuto Btrnots. The pavoment was wet when Willis attempted to nialio tho turn, his machine skidded with the result that both it and tho rider turned bottom sido up. Fortunately, neither tho rider or tho inotorcyclo was in jured In tho leas't, although Willis re ceived a long rent In his trousers. VIAVI OFFICE. Now located at 40" Hubbard build ing, elevator service. Office hours from 1:30 to 5 p. m. Appointments made for interviews at any other time. If you should not find Miss Mosher in leave card with residence and phone number. CLARA MOSUEB, Manager. ARGUING" third Monday in Beptember. BUTTS SUPERIOR. S3 11 !! II II 11 II II II II M OCTOBER 24 FRANCES ALDA Lyric Soprano, from the Metro- f politan Grand Opera, New York, assisted by the Russian 'Cellist, CASINI and FRANK LA FORGE Pianist and Composer NOVEMBER 5 SCHUMANN-HEINK World 's Greatost Contralto JANUARY 16 YVONNE DE TREVILLE Coloratura Soprano in Costume Recital as Prima Donna of three periods: Louis XIV; as Jenny una oi isou, anu as rnma Don na of oday. JANUABY 23 CHAS. W. CLARK t of Paris, World renowned teach T er and Concert Singer. Course tickets, $5; tickets to ., one concert $2.50 and $2. Ad- vance sale course ticketB Oct. IS. - Management Minnctta MagerB Phono 1295 Tickets on sale at Music Stores. ft- 4 According to reports on the streets and in auto circles today the Robinson auto fire truck will be shipped out oi Salem before long, a car having beon engaged and final settlement made with the garage on North High street for housing the truck. The garage proprie tor stated this morning that it was his understanding that the truck will be taken out in a vory short time and ship ped away. Unpleasant Ruction. Bones What Is It that makes you look so downuearted? Blnks My em ployee's wife bus endowed another mission. Bones What of that? Blnks Every time she does It tbe old man cuts down our salaries to get even. Boston Post Involved. Young Woman Applicant Excuse me, but I suppose you dou't know of nobody wbut dou't want a young lady to do nothing, don't you? Business Man Yes, I don't London Tatler. Will Power. There are exceptions to tbe rule, but If a man Is worth saving be guuernlly will muniige to do It himself. Phila delphia Ledger. The power to acquire Is worth more tbun the thing gnlned.-Old Saying, A Mean Man. "I never was so embarrassed in my Ufa I came fuce to face with my first husband." "What did he any?" "Nothing much. He Just looked up at me and smiled and then said, 'Who are you nagging now, Mary J"' De troit Free Press. Avoid the Bronchial Coughs of Early Fall. The changeable, weather of early fall brings on bronchitis and a hard cough that is wearing on the system, and seems to tear open the bronchial tubes and mucus lining of the throat. Use Foley's Honey and Tar Compound promptly. For it will soothe and heal the inflamed mucus lining, relieve tho cough quickly, and holp to expel the cold. It contains no opiates. Got tho genuine In the yollew package, and re fuse substitutes. Dr. Stone Drug Store. SNAP Bevhtcl 4 Bynon only advertise real bargains. 320 Acres, $80 por Acre. 320 acres, 9 miles south of Salem in tho heart of the (rent prune belt, 120 acres under cultivation, 100 acres of very fino timber, a snnp, "i000 down, will tako some Salem or Portland prop erty as part pay. Houses Sold on Easy Payments. Somo as low as 125 down, balance 10 per month. Money to Loan. Seven Acres Cheap. Seven acres, close In, rock road, only 1600; terms. , Insurance, Seven good companies. Insure now. For Bent Houses In all parts of the city. BECHTEL BYNON, 347 State Street. HIGH PRICED HONOR It Costs to Represent Uncle Sam at a Foreign Court HEDGED ABOUT BY DIGNITY. Trials and Tribulations That Beset a New Ambassador Ceremonies In Which He Must Participate and For Whieh He Must Give Lavish Tips. An unofficial American can live more economically abroad than at home that la a fact Food Is cheaper. Serv ants work for less money. This being so, why Is It not possible for an un pretentious Yankee diplomat to live In Europe for the same money aa In America? 1 put the question to a for mer ambassador who has lived In Lon don, Parts and Rome. "They tell me one can go to the mar ket and buy a part of a chicken a wing or a drumstick. Think of ltl Food must be cheap there." "But the ambassador cannot sally forth with a market basket on his arm," said tbe retired diplomat That sums up the difficulty. An am bassador cannot do anything for him self. So he Is a shining mark for ev erybody. There Is nobody so helpless In America, except the poor taxpayer. Let us look Into It International law, which Is as full of fine spun distinctions as common law 'or domestic law, regards an ambas sador us the direct personal representa tive of the ruler of his country and ordulns that he be treated In a manner befitting such a very Important per son. Tbls accounts for the ceremony attending the ambassador's presenta tion of the president's letter of cre dence to the sovereign. In detail the function varies In different countries, but the continental custom Is In gen erul as follows: At the day and hour fixed by the king, emperor or president a court functionary of high degree In gorgeous uniform appears at the abode of the new American ambassador. He Is ac companied by numerous other person ages, somewhat lower In rank, but uniformed In equally bright colors. He Is provided with three court carriages, together with attendants and outriders. He Is In command of a mounted escort nnd. Inst but not least of a white plumed band, accoutered with Instru ments of glittering brass. The American ambassador, probably flustered by the ceremony. Is con ducted to tbe first of the carriages. which Is drawn by eight horses. He Is politely waved to the back seat while bis personal escort Instead of sitting by his side, takes the seat facing blin. The Yankee diplomat wears a frock coat Prince Albert he calls It and a silk hat and bis gloves, dictated by his wife, are of gray suede. Across from blm sits the chief func tionary, attired with a brilliance sel dom seen outside of comic opera. In solemn stately procession tbe car riages and outriders, preceded by tbe mounted troop, with the resenant band In the van, take up tbe march to the palace. On both sides of the thorough fare Is a curious, gaping crowd. At that the many corps de garde soldiers come out and present arms, and who" the American ambassador, a plain man, perhaps, arrives at tbe palace there Is an elaborate presentation of arms and a beating of drums thut com pletely take the gimp out of blm. Unexpectedly simple Is the sov ereign's reception of the new diplomat, but lifter It Is over the American must again endure the ceremonious proces sional back to his domicile. Then comes the shock. Tbe first secretary explntns that tbe sun must not set before the poiirbolre Is, distributed. Tbls. the ambnssador learns. Is French for tip. Ele also learns that the transportation to and from the palace has a purse string to It Tbe keeper of the royal stables must be tipped. "It Is an Inviolable custom," Insists the first seoretury. How much?" asks tbe fledgling dip lomat For an ambassador." says the first secretary, "the rule Is $200." There Is probably an explosion, but In tbe end tbe ambassador pays A London editor, who was born In America and received his newspaper training on this side of the water, once sold: You can safely give a present If not a gratuity, to any official below the sovereign on tbe continent" "How about England?" I asked. "Tbe present should be more erpen slve, the gratuity larger " - Deary Reach Keedham In Saturday Evening Post Paint Saves Money. Why not use a little miliit occasion- ally? It prolongs the life of the build. lugs, adds value to tbe price of the farm and helps to make a "home beau tlful." Buildings Inst 25 to 50 per cent longer If painted. That means that I building which would last fifty to sev enty-Ove years unpnlnted would ln-1 75 to 120 years If painted. It Is th same with fences and fnrm Imnle moms. It Is t-Hsy to see that paint saves money.-Kansas Farmer. Generous. Fnther-I want to tell von this, mv on. The secret of success la hunt work. Son-If It's a secret, dad, you "linnldnt hnvi mentioned It For Innately, I'm too much of n aentl man to take advantage of Information tMlued In that way.- Boston Transcript IMiccpMfut minds work like a gtm let to a single point-Rovee. Twenty or more communities in Ore gon will vote on the "wot cr dry" proposition next November. Marshall Lockett Tuesday was found guilty of stealing 26 head of cattle la Baker county. MOLECULES ARE INVISIBLE. Yet Their Traoks Throuah Space Can Be Discerned. It came to be evident about the mid dle of the last century that In order to explain certalu facts connected with tbe relative weights of gases, matter must not merely consist of atoras, but that these atoms must have the power of uniting In small groups. In form- mj a rwpsund. Indeed, this must oe so. For Instance, carbonic acid gas must consist of one atom of carbon, hlch. along with two atoms or oxy- - J , u ... gen, forma a smaii group ui atoms. Tho noveltv of the conception was In the notion that oxygen Itself, In the state of gas, as It exists, for example, in tha air. consists of small groups of atoms; in this case, two. To such small groups of atoms was given too name mnlMMilen. A molecule Is tbat portion of a substance which can exist In the free state, as oxygen does in air. An atom generally exists In combination. but atoms may and sometimes do ex ist separately, in which case they also are termed molecules. Now. can molecules be seen? Is their existence a mere assumption? The an swer to that question Is, No, they can- nnf ha seen, but artmciai molecules can be made wblcn correspona bo closely In their behavior to real mole culpa that the existence of real mole cules Is practically certain. Moreover, although no one has ever seen a mole cule, still the track of a molecule mov ing through space has been seen, and, Just as Robinson Crusoe was right in Inferring the existence of man Friday from his footsten Imprinted In tne sund. so the real existence of a mole cule may just as certainly be Inferred from the track It leavcs.-SIr WiUiam Itamsay In Harper's. COLD COMFORT. It Came After the Little Fakar Had Got His Punishment. Tbe enst end small boy bad sadly misbehaved and was locked in bis room. Pretty soon bis mother beard him calling. Mnvver," said the shrill voice, "I m golu' to bust the window and fall out!" The mother mode no reply. Again tbe shrill voice arose: Muvver, I've found some matches, an' I'm goln' to set fire to tbe cur tains." The mother remained indifferent Once more the voice hailed ber: "Muvver, don't you smell sumfln' burnln'?" Even this drew no re sponse. If you don't smell nothln'," the voice went on, "It's 'cause 1 pulled off all th' match heads an' swallowed 'em, an' I'm golu to die. Up you hear that muvver; I'm goln' to- die." By this time the mother was thor oughly Incensed, and, bat tlly preparing a cup of mustard and Lot water, sbe hurried upstairs, "if you've swallowed match heads," sbe announced, "you'll have to swal low this to keep them company." And then she poured the nauseating 'stuff down bis throat A little later the aggravating young ster, sadder, wiser and much bumbled, concluded to take tbe balance of bis punishment In silence. "I didn't really swallow the matches, muvver," be contritely explained. "1 knew you didn't sonny," replied the mother. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Tips For Tennis Players. One of tbe faults of the Inexperi enced doubles player which Is most persistent Is standing still. Tbls Is one of those necessities In doubles tbat ere often overlooked. But no phrtner can do Justice to bis team unless he moves after every shot to the cen ter of the angle of the return. In other words, both men must constantly change their positions, moving back snd forth toward one side or the other, according to where they have sent tbe ball. If the net man has volleyed deep Into the right hand corner both play ers move across to the right. The right band player thereby protects the shot down bis own side line, and the left hnnd player protects the cross court shot down the central diagonal of the court Outing. Cubrieant For Aluminium. Mnny machinists, especially those employed In the motor engineering In dustry, are frequently called upon to work In aluminium. To satlsfnciortiy do this work various lubrlcums uave been tried, which, however, owing to their volatility, are of little use, A suitable lubricant Is tallow or cob bler's wax. This latter does not dis solve quickly snd consequently does not Bow as freely as tbe volatile oils. American Machinist Going On. A terrible noise of thumping and stamping came from Bob's room early one morning. "Bobby, Bobby," called his mother from downstairs, "what Is going on up there?" "My Bhoes," replied Bob. Love's Paradox. "Love results In many paradoxical situations," remarked the professor. "VThst (a me!" "To keep the love of another one must return lt"-Buffalo Express. Alike, but Different - Mrs. Nubrlde My dear Jock la so handsome; be resembles a Greek god. Mrs. Longwedd-So drws my husband -Bacchus.-Boston Transcript He scolds best that can hurt the least-Danish Proverb. Dont stint the living in order to strew flowers on the graves of the dead. The Boss usually u more concerned about the way a man works than he is about the way he vote. GLOBE THEATRE. The Basco & Brown Musical Comedy Co. opened a two-weeks' engagement at this house to three capacity houses. The company is one of the best organ izations that has visited Salem this sea son, and, from the reception accorded them at each performance, they will be great favorites in Salem. A. B. Basco, as Pat McNogerty, the Irish valet, was a scream from start to finish, and is a dancer of great ability, and as a laugh-producer is a wonder. Ed. Har rington, an old-time Salem favorite, was seen to advantage as Chas. Liv ingston, with great expectatioas of re trieving his depleted fortune via the matrimonial route. Billy Nixon, as Major Puffjackct, a retired army offi cer, was pleasing. Naudla Melville, as Laure, the major's niece, in love with Charles, was very clever and petite. Minnie Moran, as Nora, the maid, in love with Pat, was pleasing. AH of tho song numbers, of which there were quite a fow, wore clever and well re: ceived. The chorus girls are all pret ty and can sing and dance, and the wardrobe is attractive. The company will be here two weeks, with daily mat inees ant two shows .nightly. Popular prices will prevail. DEATH NOTICES. JAMES CRAIG. Tho funeral of James Craig, the Sil verton flax grower, who died in the Portland Commercial club rooms Sep tember IS, was held in Portland yester day at 1:30 p. m., from the chapel of Dunning & MeEntee. Interment at Riverview cemetery. Twenty members of the Silverton Masonic lodge, of which Mr. Craig was a member, attended. Six Knights Tem plars wero pallbearers. Tho funeral sermon was preached by the Rev. J. H. Boyd, of tho First Presbyterian church. Services at the graveside were in charge of the Masoii3. A body of Ma sons from Washington lodge also at tended. Mr. Craig, who was 03 years old, leaves but one near relativo in Oregon, a nephew, Harold Craig, of Silverton. NEW TODAY. TWO CENTS word for each Insertion. WANTED Position as janitor or night watch. Address "L. D" care Journal. LOST Sunday afternoon, between stato house and Liberty, black and white purplo faced coat. Finder phone W. C. Tillson; reward. NOTICE The Bon Ton Millinery, in tho Hubbard building, will open Tues day. FOB SALE Good farm horse, cheap. J. M. Ryan, Northwest of fair grounds. WANTED Girl for dining room work during fair. Phone Main 2034. VANTEf 13 men Wednesday morn ing to cut corn and help fill silo. Wages 2oc per hour. Call tomorrow for arrangements. Clover Leaf Dairy, West end of city bridge. Phone Main 1437. BOOMS Furnished or nnfurnished, 114 blocks from high school. Girl students profcrred. Phone 2003. FOR SALE Fine roan mare, weight about 1000 pounds. Address M., care Journal or phone 1391 in tho even ing. 275-ACRE DAIRY RANCH throe quartors of a mile from railroad sta tion, running water, rich soil, good location. Good buy. See C. O. Rice, with L. S. Barnes & Co., 315-316 Masonic building. LOOK AT THIS Slightly used drop head sewing machine $10; new drop head sewing machine (18 and up. 640 State street. WANTED Girl for general house work. Must be neat, clean a good cook and furnish references. A good, permanent place in small fam ily for right party. Phone Mala 1070. WANTED Those having modern six room furnished house for rent, address "Homeseekor," care Capital Jour nal. Might buy if terms are right. I Your Mirror is Trnlhful :: f n you think that eycglassos are I r nnr nnnn... ... k .1 t ! -mu8 uu Bintm j our eyes rather than wear them just let me oxamine your eyes, proscribe CORRECT LENSES, use only a SUITABLE MOUNTING and fit the eyeglasses perfectly. Then look in your mirror, and I'll abide by your decision. A. McCulIoch I Optometrist 291 N. Commercial StPhons 928 1 Hours 9 to 5. Ground floor ; That you caa't beet ' IS acre, in Plk I" well Improved, $4000; u J1 ? line ideal suburban hom. I acre in hi .m lO,Mo. , I a,enn. L ' . tom on ... i f f 7 . acres in fcrriei. I -7 ? nous. and barni $3000- 3ft " ,nt. f la crop, b.ltIlet 1 10 j' honse, good ba, 7m 220 acre, in Poik ' JZJ?, I, $22,000 j 1 to 5 scree ft. t rT. f. -veralnew I meats; 500 acre, w.llbT'' per acre; several 5 and in . ' m ' well Improved. 18 bleb ? We have a cigar it,ni l rooming house, hotel, ,mZ K cry store, candy .tor.'.P ? ness chances. ! 20 acres close in, well w 00 Several pruniX tract, at th. right puT "J bearing Italian nn,nJ 18 i uiiuaucu ivooms. w .-IT ..." ociimsuianceo .wuniimj prompt and courtL " q.UMe- ment. " Acme Investment Co, B. COOK, Muugtt, Phones: Office, Main 7; Main 2487. Opposite Court rr.. ... . .. OWBtltm employment Bureau in Con. NEATLY FURNISHED Apartou uii r.i sou niorth High. The implicit confidence that m, reople have in Chamherliin'i Colie Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ' counded on their experience In the w of that remedy and their imUp of the many remnrka'ole euros of eolio, diorrhoe and dvsenterv tk. It I., j footed. For sale by all dealers. As to life aftor death, the wiieit rf mortals can only say: "It mj be; ii the future there may be proof; but u yet we do not know." NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY KITKfiHARDT MERKD1TI HesUeit AgraU 184 gtstt Stnel HMHHUItm Schaefer's Corn Remedy quick ly relieves the corn. At Settl er's Drug Store only. i MMOtHMHHtH South Salem Box Co, Tray and berry boxes. Fruit bom tl all kinds. Porch and ltwn iwinp tcreens. First-class cabinet vork. Phone 308 847 Miller Bt MONEY TO LOAN Oh farm aad city proptrty. Ml Scott, over Chicago Stars, 111 egom. Phoae lltl. MONEY TO LOAN . . a H Oi Good Seal EnUUi SeetrttJ. THOS. I. F0 Over Ladd ft Bush Bait, 9ala, REAL ESTATE MONEY TO WAS JACOB ft CO. Phone 2424. 80C-Z0T BnMwlWI MONEY TO LOAN Om goe4 Real Utah BICKTIL inI Ul flUte Street WOOD AND COAL aay quantity. PrM '' our specialty. Fall. City Company. 171 Norti Co ait treat Phone japasesk umn w i CLKAH0G W0MS No machinery to K' out delict, fabric We1 tor nd .-"T.Vd.S ntl F.rrv street. Cherry City Ice We make a Specially 4 :: Dinner and Lodgeonlo uuy it. X W Cemt Stt i rhoMv-j MHHMMMM'