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NOV. 1,-1913 P Capital J 0 M 0 iV-3 0f em otsiMaJ 1 tie The Capital Journal;: We Z PUBLISHED BT The Barnes -Taber Company GBABAM P. TABEB, Editor and Manager. independent Newspaper Devoted to American Principles and the Progress and Development of Salem in Particular and All Oregon in General. ribllantd Brerj Brming Except BuniUy, Balem, Oregon SUBSCRIPTION RATES: , (IaTulablj In Aaranos) Pally, tj Carrier, per year ...1520 Per month.. 45c Pallr, by Mall, ptr -ear ...... 4.00 Per month.. it Weekly, by Mall, per rear .... 1.00 au montht.BOc rULIi LEA8BD WIRH TBLRORAPH BBPOHT VW ADVEBTIBINO BATE. Adrartlslnc rate will be furnished on application. "New Today" ads strictly cash in advance. 'Wast" ,a- and ' Tits Capital Journal carrier boys are Instructed to put the papers on the poxea. ; If the carrier does not do this, misses yon, or neglects getting the taper to yon on time, kindly phone the circulation manager, as this Is the only way we eat. determine whether r not the carriers are following Instructions. Phone Main 82. " . . , SEVENTEEN MILLION BACHELORS. tiou. N INSURANCE COMPANY statistician say there are 17,009,000 unmar ' riod men in the United States, who are physically proper enough candi dates for matrimony. If these figures are correct, then there is a re ' markablo percentage of unmarried people. Suppose there are as many married ae unmarried, that would account for 34,000,000 of our popula- As there are naturally as many women unmarried as men, and certainly aa many of them married, thon we would have accounted for double this num ber, or 03,000,000, As the whole population is estimated at 98,000,000, it will be seen that there can bo only 30,000,000 children and persons of unmanage able age loft. From this showing we are inclined to think tho Insurance man's satomont is a little off. However, whether those figures are true or not, thore is undoubtedly too large a proportion of American men who are unmarried. , What is the reason? We spoke a day or so ago of the commercializing of our women as one of the reasons there wore fowor homes, and why marriage was becoming loohod upon as a matter of convenience. We believe there, is much more in this than appears at firot glance and that the driving of woman from home to the store and factory, making hor "a man," is rapidly tending to discourage marriage. Tho bachelor girl gets ac customed to the self-reliant life, to caring for horself, to living away from hor home rather than In it. The bachelor does tho same thing. He has his club, his lady friends with whom ho attonds the theatres, and whom he learns to look upon in the same light aa he does his gentleman friends, just good fellows with whom he can visit and pass a pleasant evoning occasionally. Each of them finds more or loss compensation in this mode of living, and tho making of a home and sharing it together never enters thoir heads. They livo the artifi-. cM life thoir surroundings and circumstances compol, and marriage is looked uKn as a failure, or at least as something to be avoided. THE PANAMA PARADE. 1TII GREAT BRITAIN in lino, to be followed, of course, by all othor maritime nations, the procession which the famous Oregon will lend through tho Panama canal in 1015, on tho way to tho exposition 'at San Francisco, will be potentially tho greatest the world lina ever seen, whether of fighting ships or vessels of commerce, or both com bined. The. international fleet will doubtless consist of vessels of different classes. That of tho United States surely will. Hut each foreign power will send at leant one of her highest type of battleship, of tho dreadnaught or su per-dreaduaught class, mounting at least eight guns of 11 to IS inches calibre. Naval strength is reckoned at the present time chiefly in the number of such vessels in commission, the heavy dreadnaught and tho cruiser battloahlpa of roeont construction, of the latter of which our navy possesses tiono. Of "all big gtin" ships, Great Britain has 20, Gormany 20, United States 12, France 8, Russia 7, Japan 7, Italy 0, Austria-Hungary 4, Argentina 3, Chile 1, and Turkey 1, when completed. This Is practically tho order of naval strength as estimated by experts, all other classes of vesela being also given thoir due proportion of weight. It is quite likely that the number of vessels contribut ed to the international fleet, which will first assemble In Hampton Roads, will be in about tho same proportion, though Japan is likely o send more han Rus sia, each nnJon being careful not to disturb tho general balanco of naval strength In home waters. In the greatest naval battlo ever fought, that between the allied Crocks and the Persians at Salamia, about ISO" vessels were ongngod, used more as platforms on which thousands of soldiers fought than as contests between ships. In the next greatest fight, at A'tium, whore Caesar dofoatod Antony, more than 300 vessels were engaged in a like mnnuor. The Great Spanish Ar mada contained 1.10 ships with 2431 guns and 10,000 men, but never came into full action. Trafalgar, that greatest of battle between wooden vessels mount ed with cannon, had but fifty ships, whil" Farragut at Mobile had only four teen wooden onos and four lron-clads. Manila Bay, Santiago and the Sea of Japan saw the groat modern battles of loss than a score of ships. Yet succes sively, (mvh one of tho fleets that fought would havo been able to dentroy its predecessor almost at will, and in like manner a single vessel of a number of those which will follow the Oregon from ocean to ocean would be able to de stroy tho whole fleet of any of these preceding battle, Not alone In individ ual strength, but In numbers, lor doubtless fully 200 ships of war will be In the column, will the I'linaina procession bo the greatest demonstration of phy sical force tho world lias ever known, anil all to herald the openlngf of a great waterway hailed as the chief triumph of civilisation in tho promotion of (HWCO. Charles Haas, who shot himself Oc tober 22, after fatally shooting his ife, died at St. Vincent's hospital, Portland, Wednesday from the effects of his wound. Out of 285 registered at Union only 17 have registered as Progressives. The party is not growing in the right direction. , The reconstructed New Scott Hotel, at Dallas, was formerly opened this week. Dallas now has one of the finest hotels in' the state. Thirteen carloads of cattle were un loaded at Echo Thursday to be fat tened for the Portland market. Union has purchased a tract of land adjoining her reservoir, and will pump the water into this, from which it will be filtered into the main reservoir. ; , George Bingham, of Oregon City, was mistaken for a deer while hunting near Trail, in Jackson county, Thursday morning, and was shot and instantly killed. It is not known at this time who fired the fatal shot. Tho demand for alfalfa in Wallowa county has been so great this season that the supply is already exhausted. The price started at $5 a ton, and jumped up to $10 in a short time. . The Dalles 1b having a wet and dry fight, and both Bides claim to have a dead cinch on the returns. The Lane county registration has boon completed and shows a total of 11,011. There were about 8000 regis tered in 1012. . The stato now owns 10 acres of ground at the old Champoeg meeting place whore the status of the Oregon country was decided, and it wns kept for the United States, The deeds were recently signed, and it Is proposed to make a stato park of the grounds, and the next legislature will be askod to appropriate money for this purpose. If it does, and Parkinson keeps his ref erendum hands off, it will be made a beautiful park, as it deserves to be. A. W, Stuart, who has boen 'foreman in the office of the Bnndon Recorder, has token over the stock of F. J. Chat burn, and is now connected with the office as a proprietor. Tho La Grando Mosseneer. daily. eight pages nud with a splendid initial advertising patronage, has appeared. C, N. Palmer, R. C. Wood and A. L. Lind- bock, from Medford, Okla., are the pub lishers. Bcaverton Owl: Mr. Watts, foreman rncifln section 6.3. has a big collection of agates and emeralds In the rough, picked up along tne grav eled track, Ho had one polished and mounted lately by a Portland jeweler. It is a beautiful pieco of jewelry. The Btudv club, an onranlfcation that has been back of the finances of the library association at Coqulllo, has dis banded and turned Its funds over to the board of managers of the library. An active campaign for now members and now funds is planned. Th ilnmnstlfl science department of tho hlirh school at The Dalles Is to have one of tho most up-to-date outfits for tho cooking classes of any school in Eastern Oregon. As part of the equip ment there has been installed "10 hot plato lids or stoves and two ovens, all heated by electricity." But even if a man has no axe to grind ho can usually get a job turning the grlndstono for some woman who has, IF THOSE WHO NEGLECT THEiR HAIR ES The dandruff germ ois a deadly ene my to healthy, luxuriant hair, No mat ter how thick, heavy and beautiful your hair looks, the dandruff germ may bo there at work and very busily, too. Oust so sure as you do not take steps t eheck the ravages of this germ, just so sure you will sooner or later love ymir hair. Baldness may always be prevented by the timely use of Newbro's llerpl ride, norpicido removes every particle of dandruff. It cleans tho anfilp and allows tho hair to grow as nature in. Blood Humors Commonly cause pimples, bolls, hives, eczema or salt rheum, or some other form of eruption; but sometimes they exist In the system, indicated by feel ings of weakness, languor, loss of ap petite, or general debility, without causing any brooking out. They are expelled and the whole sys tem Is renovated, strengthened, and toned by , Hood's Sarsaparilla Get it today In usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarantaba. 7 Don't Hesitate! A Laxative Is Necee , aary if Tongue Is Coated, Breath - Bad or Stomach Sour. Give "California Syrup of Figs" at once a toaspoonful today often saves a sick child omorrow. If your little one is out-of -sorts, half sick, isn't resting, eating and acting naturally look, Mother! see if tongue is coated. This is a sure sign that it's little stomach, liver and bowols are clogged with waste. When crosB, irri table, feverish, stomach cour, breath bad or has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, sore throat, full of cold, give a tea- spoonful of "California Syrup of Figs" and in a few hours all the constipated poison, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of its little bowels without griping, and you have a well, playful child again. Mothers can rest easy after giving this harmless "fruit laxative," because it never fails to cleanse the litle one's liver and bowels and sweeten the stom ach and they dearly love its pleasant taste. Full directions for babies, chil dren of all ages and for grown-ups printed on each bottle. iewnre of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bntle of 'California Syrup of Figs;" then see that it is made by the "California Fig Syrup Company. " Don't be fooled! VOTING PLACES FOR I tended. There are no diam'olntmonts. unloaa the hair follicle are completely atrophied, so why put off tin treat ment until it is too late! Newbro's llerpit-id In !Wo and $1.00 slr.es la sold by all dealer who guaran tee It to do all that Is claimed, If you are not satisfied your money will l re funded. Applications at the best barber shops and hair dressing parlors. Send lOo In poetago or silver to The Ilerpiclde Co., lept, H, Detroit, Mich, for a nice sample of Herplcldo and a booklet telling all about the hair. LADD & BUSH, Bankers iji T5ANBACT8 A OBNX1AL BANKINO BU8TNE8S. APETT D POflIT BOIES, TRAVELERS' CITS OK 8. STOMACH FEELS FINE Tlma "Papa's Dlapepslnl" In firs Mlnuto all Sourness, Gas, Ileart burn and Dyspepsia is Gone, Sour, gassy, ujwet stomach, IndigeS' lion, heartburn, dyspepsia1, when the food yoil eat ferments Into gases and stubborn lumps; your head aches and you feel sick aud miserable,' that's when you realise the magie In Pape's lliapepsln. It makes aU stomach mis ery vanish In five minutes. It your stomach la In a continuous revolt if you can't got it regulated, please, for your sake, try Pape's Dia pepin. It's so needless to have bad stomach make your next meaJ s I favorite food meal, then take a little I Olapepsln. Thoro will not be any dia ' . - t - trwaoat, wiumui tear, it s neeausi! Papa's Hiapepsin "really does" rouu late weak, out-of order stomachs that (,'lves it It millions vf sales smiually Got a large fifty-cent case of Pape's linpeplo from any drug store. It is the quickest, surest stomach relief an1 .ure known. It acts almost lihe magic f it Is a scientific, harmless and picas ant ktomnch preparation which truly beUitis In ecory home. Tariff Reductions can be plainly seen in all our WOOLEN GOODS, SUITS and COATS. Our New York buyer i taking care of that end of the business. Don't be paying the old price. Trade at the Chicago Store, which keep posted on all tariff movements. We can ave you money. it ' f-7 Don't bother about the discounts you are offered in other tores, but come here and see what tariff reductions means. $15, $13 and $25 Suits now $7.50 910.50 $12.50 $10, $12.50 and $18 coats now $4.50 $7.50 $11.50 No such values offered elsewhere in Salom. Tariff reduced prices. Classy Trimmed Hats All on sale at re duced prices $5, $7.50 and $8.50 New models now $1.98, $2.50 and $3.50 Dress Goods and Silks NOW ON SALE. All reduced to make fast selling. Mountains of stylish goods here for your selection. Yard 25c, 35c, 49c, 69c and up Winter Underwear r. If T J TLMJ rur man. Human anu miiii AN IMMENSE STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM. All priced away down for fast selling MEN'S UNDERWEAR 35c, 49c LADIES' UNION SUITS 35c, 49c Satisfaction warranted. Two and throe-piece suite made to your especial , taste for less than elsewhere. Best of materials and better workmanship. Suits $.12.50 up. A. S. Knzrnarek, la dies' tailoring. Rooms 2 and 3 Brew er building. SAILOR HATS In Silk Velour, Beaver and Hatters Silk riuah. Prices cut down. if fWiiPfc. lip 98c, $1.49, $2.50 and up I Beat : ;i V'jnni' il " " 'ninnim.. . i hi ii i s " 11 11111 '. , Bervtce i J ST0R THATSAVES M0NCY J sjssbsjmmsmsssbsjbs Voting places for city primaries to bo hold November 3, and the state el ection November 4, are as follows: Ward No. 1 Yeaton's residence, 678 Marlon streot. Ward No. 2 City Hall. Ward No. 3 Willson's real estate offico, 141 North High street. Ward No. 4 Rodger's building, cor ner High and Ferry streets. Ward No. 5 Beddaway's store, cor- nor Hood and Church streets. Ward No. 0 Gldding's hall, Center street. Ward No. 7 rolsal & Shaw's store, 11U6 South Commercial street. W. J. PATTERSON, M. D. V. Examiner for interstate shipment for the State Livestock Sanitary Board V t e r 1 narlan. Graduate Mo Killip College, Chloago, 111., which enjoys largest practice In the world. Lameness, dentistry and diseases of the foot a specialty. Phones: Resi dence, 1961; office, 27S. Office and feed bant. 420 S. Commercial street. K xpert swimmers keep their mouths closed. Few women are expert swim-mora. Buy J AD SALTS J AD SALTS J AD SALTS at Fry's Drug Store Official Non-Partisan Primary Election Ballot, rem WAKD NO. 3, CIT7 OF SALEM, MAHION COUNTY, OREGON. TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 3, 1913. Mark a Cross (X) Between the Number and name of each Candidate Voted for J-uj-jii, !':.--v:l''?:rrMi".)ii 'if. --ax AVcfjclal)!ePrrparjllonrof,h sImllailnSihi'FbortamlRi'duia lingllicSwniariisamliJwclia' IVomofcs DipystionfjWiir nessuii(II'csi.Conuln$ncliir Ojminv.Narphinc norMixral HUI HAIIVUI1U 1 Aneifrcl IWmtdv forCmwIb turn . Sour Stowa&U'UrrhuM Wornu.CcHmlswm.RYiTia lUSSondLossOfSlXER J-cS'mitt Sifuhv of Tin CrxTAim Coup!. NEW YORK. GuttraiUecTumW tl FoJ' For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought "Rfiara th ft . Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years For Alderman 3d Ward Vote for TWO Long Term Short Term: The above la a samplo ballot of ward No. 3, in which two councilmon are to bo elected. The other ward ballots are identical with this, except that, some of them olect only one councilman. All that is required Is to write in the name of the person you want for the office. As there are no can didates nominated, and, consequently no place to mark a cross, none is nec STRICTLY HIGH GRADE FINISH 51 Pflv)iip in Exat Copy of Wrrnrf. t tnmw mw ott. issVUisK Uk-Jaa. . ilwi SI !IH wli.fc.Hif, W.s4tli tstssl Wi4HU sMI .illisai Mains slid), isnij. issssn Hi nWsl on Autos, Pianos or Carriages. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge. Leave orders at J 468 Ferry Street E. L. Campbell I Extra! Extra! I For the first time In the history of Salem the people of Marion and Polk counties can secure all kinds of sacks at right prices in this city, instead of spending their time and money in going to Portland. We are pay ing one cent a pound for all kinds of rags. We also are paying $13 per ton for all kinds of cast iron. Highest prices paid for all kinds of old clothes, household goods and furniture. We buy and sell everything from a needle to a piece of gold. All kinds of tools and ma chinery and pipe bought and sold. The house of a half a million bargains. J H. STEINBOCK JUNK CO. f t 233 State Street. Phone Main 224 t. I Salem, Oregon. .