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PAPIIAI. JOUgWAIy O&BOONv TUESDAY, OCTOEEE 14, 1913.
PAOE 1'IVB. SMART-ALL-WOOL x CLOTHING FOR MEN WHO CARE FOR MERIT AND STYLE CORRECTNESS OUR FALL LINE OF MEN'S CLOTHING is es pecially worthy of your careful attention. ' ' . t " ' i Every suit has been fash ioned by America's fore most tailors, and they have modeled style , into them from the start. " -: SNAPPY! Yes and We are positive, in saying you CAN DRESS NO MORE SMARTLY, NO BETTER and NO MORE ECONOM ICALLY than IN OUR GUARANTEED ALL W O 6 L CLOTHING, PROVE THIS. OUR ' MEN'S SUITS RANGE IN VALUE UP TO$30.i . ; SEE OUR BOOSTER SPE CIALS AT "' " ' $10.00 and $15;OOS Rain Coats for COMFORTABtE - Men. ' SWEATERS You want the best for the money compare our rain coats with others, and you'll buy ours. Prices $5 to $20. TRUNKS TRUNKS The largest and most com plete line in the city. 'A delightful showing in all styles and colors in 'pretty new sweaters for women, misses, men and boys. Noth ing adds to comfort so much in cold weather as a sweater under your, coat, especially when riding., You will find it a pleasure to look for just the right sweater at the right price here. STRICTLY HIGH GRADE FINISH on Autos, Pianos or Carriages. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge. Leave orders at 468 Ferry Street E. L. Campbell Every Woman Knows that Percolated Coffee is the' Best Coffee. But do they all know what electrically percolated coffee means. Same every morning. Can be made right at the table. Al ways Hot, as strong as you want it, but never bitter. We have all styles of Perco lators. Come in and ask us. The Electric Company State and Commercial Phone 85 Militants Attack Police Savagely and She Gets Away During Desperate Encounter Staged. WOMEN COMPLAIN OP BRUTALITY OP POLICEMEN Claim They Were Thrown Down and .' Kicked by Police and Men and - Badly Bruised and Wounded. . , ' . ' (ON1TID FIUJSS UASK0 W11H. London, Oct. 14. After a fiorco struggle, he police arrested Miss Syl via Pankhurst at Bow Neaths, in the East End of London last night, where she was making a speech. When they led her outside, of the building to take her to Holloway jail, the militants at tacked the police so savagely that they had to let her go, and she escaped. Miss Pankhurst, who has an uncom pleted term of imprisonment to serve, was not recognized v until she threw aside the disguise which enable'd her to elude the police and enter the build ing. ( She was warmly applauded as she stopped on the platform, but had been speaking only a few minutes when de tectives, accompanied by a body of uni formed police, with drawn truncheons, entered the hall and made a rush for the platform. 'V, . . ? Chair? ;j?egin to Ply. - -f The' andienqe-'arosfe and chairs began t(j fly". Srirtio of tbS people in the, gnT leries even.dropped , benches on jthe heads ef the police. The police gained the platform, and for ten minutes a daeporate battle waged the officers using their elubs ireely, and those on the platform using chairs (IB weapons. The police succeeded in dragging Mies Pankhurst down to the floor nf .the house, while reinforcements cleared the hall. Outsioe the struggle was re newed with greater fury. Men and wo men were1 thrown, down and trampled upon. 'Concentrating the attack on the policemen who had. the militant leader in their grasp, the women, with the as sistance of several men, succeeded in tearing her from their grasp, and she slipped away.' ' " . ,, Complain of Brutality. ; Several women afterward complained of having been thrown down and kicked by tho police, and after the fra cas were seen nursing bruises. Miss Zclie EmerBon, of Jackson, Mich., whose imprisonment caused such a furor sev eral months rso, was one of .those in jured. .Mrs. Lee, "who presided at the meeting, and took a conspicuous part in the attack on tho police, was arrested. Miss Pankhurst later announced her intention to address a meeting at the Poplar Town Ilall tonight. THE OPEN FORUM f The Capital Journal Invites pub lic dlscusalon In this department Let both sides of all matters be fully brought out It Is not the purpose of this newspaper to do the thinking for Its readers. EXPENSES OF HOFER NOT PAID BY SONS OF VETERANS Editor Capital Joiirnul: In a recent issue of your paper it was stated that Col. E, Hofer and his wifo were "at tending the national encampment of the Rons of Veterans, at Chattanooga, at tho expense of the Soiib of Veterans. You were probably misinformed, as this is not so, Tho division of Oregon has but recently been organized, and have no funds to pny expenses of this kind. Col. llofer paid his own expenses, at least they were not paid by the Sonsof Veternns. ' " ' J. PltAXK Dl'NLAP, Adjutant Division of Oregon, Sons of Veterans, IN ONE MINUTB CLOGGED NOSTRILS Stops Nasty Discharge, Clears Stuffed Head, Heals Inflamed Air Passages and You Breathe Freely. Try "Ely's Cream Balm." ' . Got a small bottle anyway, just to try it Apply a little in the nostrils and. instantly your clogged nose and stop pedup air passages of the. head will open; you will breathe freely; dullness and headache disappear. By morning! the catarrh, cold-in-head, or catarrhal fmucous dropping into the throat, and sore throat will be gone. , End snch misery nowl Got the small bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any drug store. This Bweet, fragrant balm dissolve by the heat of the nostrils; penetrates and heals the inflamed, Bwol len membrane which lines the nose, head and throat; clears the air passages; stop nasty discharges and a feeling oj cloaqsing, soothing relief comes imme diately. , lon't lay awake tonight, straggling for breath, with head stuffed; nostrils closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh or a cold, with its runnine nose, foul raw dryness is distressing, but truly needless.' Put your faith just once in f'Ely'B Cream Balm" and your cold or catarrh will surely disappear. what she bases this promise deponent saith not. ..What did occur to us' was how could any publisher have been in duced to undertake the work unless it was i " privately printed," i. e., paid for out of the author's own pocket. We are by no means sure this was not the case, for there be people who are so obsessedd to be in the public eye that they are willing to use any means, fair or foul, to get there. Now, it might be that a tiny slip, like the error noted above, wight go rever- Lmrating along the eorridorB of time and provo, an amniadlversion against the admission of Col. Hofer to the Hall of 'lfame, so - yearned for by every savant, . So we suggest to tho gentle man, if he finds it necessary to allude to his Tennessee experiences again and to . St: Elmo in particular, that he sub stitute 1 the name of ' Maion i Evans Wil son for that of Quids," and he will come nearer Btriking twelve.1 Very truly yours, MARIAN D. MERRY. Walla Walla, Wash., October 1, 1913. (Continued from page one.) If you would be popular be tyoth char itable and stingy charitable with, ap plause and stingy with aJvice. A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Fqevei rR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER ?-3 RemoVei Tun,' Pimptet, freckles, Moth Pmcliei, H-Ull, i,Tld SklQ DlSfMUi, ua evtry Dif imm od beauty, id de flctthuctltm. It tin Aood the tatt of to year, $uid ll o hirralew wt taste It to be iu nil It properly mad Acttpinocounur ftlt of liniUar timt, nr. L. a. Bwvrfl Mid to Iftdf of tha biuV tern ( pAtlcnt); " At you Udlei . win ura mem i! ' I rBimm end HJnNrnitfl'ii Crenm' m tht ItMt lurmfui of all tbi umproiiitrmtioiii." mr ute iiy n'rtrti:jtiu ta rsncr Uoodi lietien Id tht UolUd SUttt, Oftniulk ui Kurtp. FEBQ.T.H0PK1NS. Prap 37 Sreil km Street tmU ed in prison, but so far as could be learned were being woll cared for. Nothing .could be learned at the Am erican consulate here concerning the plans of Emissary John Ljnd, who, it is reported, might go to Mexico City to warn Hucrta of the serious oonse qeuonees which may result from his soizure of absolute power. , To Quell Rebels. The government, a dispatch from the capital said, would send more troops to Mazatlan today to deal with the rebels, who lro grpwing steadily bolder in that section. The yellow fever epidemic in Carmen and Campeche and, the smallpox scourge in the north were, roported to be reaching- alarming proportions.' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received by the clerk of. school district until 7:30 p. m. o'clock, October 20, 1913, and then publicly opened for the construc tion and erection of . ten fire escapes and six. fire ladders and Btand pipea for variouB school buildings, Salem, Or egon. ... PlanB and specifications may be sir at the office of the clerk Or had from F, A. Legg, architect. : " A certified check amounting to 5 per cent of bid mnst accompany each bid. ' The school board hereby reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the school board. " : W. H. BURGHARDT, JR., Clerk. WILL REMAIN FIRM. UNITED PRDHS LCAMD WIKS. -Washington, Oct. 14. President Wil son and his cabinet decided, at their meeting today, to maintain the admin istration's present Mexican polioy. TheNew Crusade. onorrer flours for Women ""IT" '' "'''''l"n'i:'TTiiii, nun, sri'. '".m.'! Wia housewives re learning that it ia no longer nee esaary to have soggy bread, fallen cake, scorched meat, half-baked biscuits and other cooking failures. For 3,000,000 of them have found that a e lanksFlrst orFudEbnoirw quarter' ft . of the jiK1iIia i ii i vwuiwnig nuuDie, ana saves a time usually spent in the kitchen. These are the facts they discovered: Favorite Ranges cost no more .than inferior ranges. They cut fuel bills one-third; practical ly eliminate repair expense; give perfect cook ing and baking three times aday. . . , Work, worry and money is saved by buying a Favor ita Range. Not overlooking the immense saying of time. Come today, and let us show you a Favorite that will exactly suit your taste, home and pocketbook. , . '' Salem Hardware Co., Inc. 120 N: Com' Street Phone Main 172 I fU (Continued from page one.) Edw. Rostein. l)H.u J. Fry. ', Rouhen I". Boise.' Kay L. Farmer. John J. Roberts, S. A. Manning. Dr. W. II. Byrd. F. N Dorby. Lot L. Poarce. II. W. Meyers. Hal P. Pat ton. Otto Hanson. ' ; Judge W. T. Slater. J. R. Linn. MANY QUAKES. uniTiD rsasa lcascd wiua. ' Panama, Oct, W. Thirty-one earth quake tremors he been registered by tho Ancon semmograph within the last two weeks, tho latest, according to re ports rocelved horo this afternoon, oc curring iuk Los Santos province Satur day night.' The vibrations have ox tended as far as Panama City. 8 SATS COLONEL HOFER IS MISTAKEN REGARDING OUIDA Editor Capital Journal: It is many yenrs since tho promulgation of "a lit tie learning is a dniigernus thing, " but. the lapse of time makes the saying none the less true, We are reminded of It very forribly in reading the commu nication of tho aute Col. ( t) Hofer, In which he mentions a visit to the place where Ouida wrote "Ht. Elmo." The author aforesaid has nover stepped font on American soil, as she detests both tho land and Its people with a hatred positively vitrolic, notwithstanding thAt to us is due In a large measure the success of her nBsty books. It Is no compliment to Miss Louise de la Kameo (Oulda) to niBrk a resemblance to Mr. Hofer 'b "Jack Norton, in some of the first writer's earlier books, ; It exists in the utter lnek nf moral tone and de cency nnly, ns Ouida rcrtalnly possesses a polished style, rythmic flow of lan guage, and facility of expressUm thnt Is cnnsplcious by its absence In tho ef fusion of Mr. Hofer. Tn fnct, the first is an artist, and thn latter simply a caricaturist, It was the somewhat painful duty of i the writer of this article to review theiM work (f) of Mr. Hofer for an eastern j publication, and, as w had a slight gjj knowledge of the person, did not fall Into the error of the 'Frisco writer, who . M nil sure the author hub a wonian l.'pnn Eh n a El n E 13 13 a H a a a a 13 a a a a ti m LI n a ci a a n u El 11 1 1 e.r Eusiees oree of Begins tomorrow, October 15, 9 a.m. Fixtures, safe and furniture for sale. On account of not being able to make satisfactory arrangements for a new lease on our store, we are going out of the jewelry business, to give our entire attention to the optical business. El II II tl El n si ii ii u n El E3 El II El tl n ii ti El II tl ta n II Diamonds All diamonds are exceptionally fins, brilliant gems. ' $100.00 Diamond Ring $75.00 $30.00 Diamond Ring $10,45 $20.00 Diamond Ring $lir4B $25.00 Oold riUed Watch $10.30 $16 Oold FUled Ladles' Watch $11.30 $12 Oold Filled Ladies' Watch ... $8.25 $3.00 Ladios1' Solid Oold Rings... $1,65 $7,50 Solid Oold Pendants $4.00 $7.00 Oold Filled Bracelets $3.65 Clocks and Silverwear .... We only carry the latest makes .... $5.60 Rogorfl 1847 !....$3.B5 $2,50 Bony Spoons $1.35 $15,00 24-piece Sots $7.70 Clocks all now pattorna, latent makes guarantood by tho factory. $1.00 Alarm Clocks 05c $7.50 Mantol Clocks, 8-day $7425 $17.60 QUt Clocks, cathedral strike French style, glass sldog $11.50 Every article sold guaranteed as represented. A magnificent Gold Filled Watch, ladies' size, will be given away FREE Saturday evening at 9 o'clock. Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Solid and Plated Silverware, Lavliers, latest Pendants, Chains, Lodge Emblems, Charms, Bracelets, Umbrellas, Cut Glass, French Silver Novelties, all must go at slaughter sale. H C AS. H. HINGE Jeweler and Optician 4 Next Door to U. S. National Bank Building ii ii ii El El II II El El M El EJ n ti 13 II !3 II 11 N li El tl El ti a N ra El !! El El II El tl H 11 tl El tl II M tl !i 11 El II 11 14 El 11 El II El 1 H tl M S! S!