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THB DAILY CATIT AX JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1911.
TUBES Society i PERSONALS ' ! Mr. and Mrs. A. Aleon, who have been in l'ortlund since March, have re- The Salem municipal band under turned to Salem for several weeks stay. Director H. N. Stoudenmeyer, will give' " Mrs. Mary B. Mentor has arrived in its regular Tuesday night concert at 8 Salem from Boise, Idaho, and will make o 'flock, on the Willson Park band her home here. stand in the capital grouuds. Both : J. P. O'Neill, of Portland, is a guest classical anil popular airs win ue given at the Ulign. SALEM GIRL TO GET TWO WEEKS VISIT TO EXPOSITION EXPENSES PID FRENCH ARE DRIVEN ! OUT OF MULHAUSEN German Reinforcements Too Strong and : Position Became Intolerable Put Up ! Stubborn Resistance. Bring all sales checks to the Canital Journal office and receive one vote for as follows: March, "The Free Lanee" Sousa Overture, "Sunshine and Show- - ers" Flath Waltz, "Wedding of the Winds," Hall Musical eomedy selection, ' Bright Eves" Hoschiia A scene of splendor aud glory un rivaled in the histnrv of world' jy. positions is assured the voting ladv who "v" ,ot J0,1" P". '. , . . . A ... The following firms' sales checks or wins the trip to the Panama Pacific rf,.eipts are good for votes at this Exposition at San Francisco which the office: Stockton's , R. K. Mavnard is registered at the Bligh hotel from Portland. O. J. Lemon, of F.I Paso. Illinois, is visiting his cousin, D. A. White, the Capital Journal will give to the one veteran feed and seed man. Mr. Lemon , ho secures the largest number of votes is making a leisurely trip through the. . .i , . . . west and exnects to" he sw.v from hi. 1,1 ,h'8 Pln,lar votl"8 f0ntl,st- (a) Tone Poem, "After Glow," ....C-obb honie al)ollt tliree nionths. After en- The plan is as follows: (b) Request, " Eleanor" I'eppen joving the leasures of a stav ia Salem,' A number of Salem's most progres- Medley Overture, "Remick's Hit he" will leave for Ban Francisco and ve firms and retail stores have agreed No. 12'' Lnmpe, jj0S Angeles and return east by way of to give sales rhecks or receipts for all Shadow Dance, "Flickering Fire- I the more prominent southern "cities. j cash purchases made during the next light" Penn, Frank J. Miller, of the state railroad five months. These sales checks mav March, "Monstrat Viani Jo.v : commission, returned today from a b exchanged at the office of the: . (week's vacation spent in the wilds of Capital Journal lor votes on the basis of I Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Steeves", Labanftj,,,,, countV- j ami Muriel Sleeves ami miss Helen Assistant Attorney .General, James Sleeves, of Vancouver British toliim-, (:rawfor(1 returned 'last night from an b,a, who is a guest at the Steeves home, I allto tri to Newp0:t wher he am, hi returned last night from a fortnight s father 8)ent lhe wi;ek e(, The attor. visit at Crater Lake where they j v 0nprnl v ,.; . rn. The Toggery Salem Electric Co. Salem Laundrv Co. Wiley B. Allen Co. The Globe Theatre The Royal Bakery (bread wrappers) A. C. Devoe Shoes The Spa The French Shop Mauser Bros. Trover & Weigel, Photographers motored. Mrs. M. Ostrow and little daughters Frances and Dorothy, of Marshficld, who have been the guests of Mrs. J. C. Pettyjohn for a fortnight, left last night for Ban Diego, California, where they will visit Mrs. Ostrow 's mother, Mrs. Jennie Bennett. The Ostrows were former residents in Salem. Mr. and Mrs. James Mason, of High land, announce the marriage of their daughter, Myrtle Marie to Dr, James K. McMnrray, of Spokane, Washington. The wedding took place in Spokane August 8. Dr. and Mrs. McMnrray will make their home in Spokane. a week's vacation, Dr. and Mrs. G. T. White and the Misses Belle, Ruth, Alta and Master Charlie White returned last night from a fortnight's visit to Nctart's Bay and Nenkowin. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Prathcr, of Lar ned, Kansas, who have been visiting (their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. East, on Center street, for the last 10 j dnys, left yesterday for their home in 1 Kansas. 1 II. C. Smith, of Portland, was in Sa lem yesterday. W. J. Small, a resident of Mehama, spent yesterday in the Capital city. . Verda Russell, of Macleay, was in Salem yesterday for a short period. J. F. Conrad, who hails from Silver- fra. T TMvt-Arila a .Tuna Tiriila with1 Mrs. L. D. Pettviohn, of St. Paul. ara'ton.tne llttle nmT tne fnllls i. Edwards' parents, Mr.I01 ,ne a90fdes, was in Salem yestcr- visiting Mrs, and Mrs. L. C. Griffin, of State street They will remain for a week. day on business. Miss C. E. Healy, of Salem Heights, is a guest at the Sulem hotel. The D. A. White family on 630 North mnnii't i iimn 0?"lh8Jh.!.:r8t! .iBIG GERMAN LINER v. -t u. iinutum, vuiiiuruia, aim Oscar Lemon, of El Paso, Illinois, who is a cousin of Mr. White. Both guests arrived last night. Miss La Rue East and Miss Gertrude East, left this morning for Newport, whero they will spend a fortnight, visit ing friends and enjoying the cpast breezes. CAPTURED BY BRITISH New York, Aug. 11. Despite details from German sources it was believed practically certuin here today that the North German Lloyd steamship Kron- I prinz Willielm has been captured by a I warship. Reports of the capture of the Little Miss Carolyn East, who is visit-! liner came from two sources, ing friends in Portland, will return Under cover of darkness, the Kron jboiHy; and go with her mother Mrs.! prinz Wilhelm left this port lust week, F. F. East to Newport, where they will ostensibly for Bremen. She carried join Miss La Rue East. ) 0000 tons of coal which, it was believed, . , , , I was intended for the German cruiser A real old fashioned hayrack party . Dresden somewhere on the Atlantic. mw i ii. i? I L r , The steamship Narrogansette, here ! members of the Eastern Star Lodse d.-.i ' .. j IT u a if tt .v iruui nuuerumu, reuuncu nenrinij wire- n . t S , of -M"-nHat 16 less messages to the effect that the lurner, in West Salem, and held a pic- u- ivh i i i i i nic. The afternoon was spent socially r0"r'V f eT and this evening the'men will join the slm,,"r "l,0rt Rlven out by,tl,c party for a picnic supper at the i Turner ! R1'al Mai1 .l aKet company, whose home. j steamers are in the Bermuda trade. The Kronpriny, Wilhelm would make Edward E. Rose has finished " Annie a valuable war prize. She wos built in Pboto copyright, 1914, by Panama-raclfio International Exposition Co. H. 8. Crocker Co., official photographers. THE TURKISH GOVERNMENT BUILDING AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. Paris, Aug. II. The Freiich troops who captured Mulhauseii, Alace, Satur day, evacuated the city today. The announcement of Mulhauson's evacuation was an official one from tlie ministry of war. I The French invaders of ANace had been engaged in an attack on Ncu ' Hreiyach, the center of the main line of : German frontier fortifications. While this fight was in progress the Germans brought up reinforcements in such over whelming strength thnt the French were 'forced back, first uo.l Mulhauseii and then out of that city as well. They retired only into the outskirts, however, where nt latest accounts they i were making a stand. 1 It was believed a general buttle was in progress. I French reinforcements, the war of fice announced, were being rushed into Alsace. Whether or not Columr, as well as ' Mulhauseii, was evacuated was not known here. The Gorinau force which drove the French back, it was stated, was be lieved to bo the. army originally massed , at Strassburg with a view to invading , France. It was nearly 500,000 strong and the French troops were in no Hum i bers to meet so lurge a body, j No details were available. one vote for every five cents shown on the sales cheek or receipt. The votes may be deposited in the ballot box at this office by the person holding them, either for herself, for a friend or for any candidate whom they want to put in the contest. The candidate who has the largest number of votes on January ,' li15, will be given the complete 14 (lavs tour of the fuir. The time to start ask ing for these sales checks is now. Even though yon may not try to win the Yokahama Crockery & "fea Co. Vick Bros. Garage Salem Fish and Poultry Market. Independent Meat Market . I". M. Roberts Grocery Poisal and Shaw Grocery C. M. Eppley Grocery. The Highland Grocery Reddaways Cash Grocery J. L. Busick & Son Grocery Dr. Mark Skiff Dental Office. J. E. Hockett, Piano Tuner. j BATTLE AT LIEGE j (Continued from page one.) ' vance through Belgium upon the French j frontier was believed here this after i noon this afternoon to have boon ef 1 fectunlly checked. It was stated officially that the Ger I mans were entrenching along tho fiivcr ' Ourthe. This was taken as meaning that they meant to hold the ground ! they hail gained but had abandoned hope of making further progress.' The kaiser's general staff, it was be lieved, would try to find another route for entering France. Against the Germans who have al ready gained a foothold in Belgium, it was expected the combined Belgian, French mid British forces would take the offensive immediately. Presumably because they entered on their campaign under tho impression that Ihey would be operating in a country well able to support thorn, that tney would meet with littlo if auy re ON HIGH PRICES When we opened our fruit market in Salem it started a warm fight, other dealers were having things thoir own ay charging high prices for thoir products and making long profits, consequently they disliked to see a low-price dealer locate in the city. But the public was quick to grasp the opportunity to secure good fruit at unheard-of low prices and our market was a success from the first day. since we have been in Salem we have sold more fruit thnn all other dealers combined. We expect to remain here permanently just as long as tho public willbuyour products. If yon want to continue to buy good fruit at less than whole sale prices ' Patronie Our Market Help Us Fight the Battle for Less Profits Our goods are the finest that enn be obtained bought direct from the growers ALWAYS FBKSIl AND HUM. Tho following price list will convince you that we really do sell fruit nt giveaway prices. Free delivery to any part of the city. LARGEST CANTALOUPES IN TOWN . .' 5c EACH FANCY BIPE BANANAS 21 TOE 25c SWEET ORANGES 2 DOZ. FOB 25c LEMONS 25c PER DOZEN FINE MALAGA GRAPES 2 LBS. FOR 15c WATERMELONS 15c, 20e, 25c SWEET POTATOES 5c PER POUND TOMATOES : 5c PER POUND ONIONS 12 LBS. FOR 25c Wohl'sFruitMarket 383 STATE STREET . NOMINATION COUPON Laurie," which will be sent on tour 1901, is of 21,200 tons displacement and tnis fall with a strong company. ican make 23 knots hourly. Daddy's Bedtime Story T How Dreams Are Made to Come True. 1 1 A special nace devoted to the adver trip yourself ask for the sales cheeks tisements o fabove firms is printed Distance and that they would make as Borne of your friends will be sure to every Friday night in this paper, quick work of their task, tho Germans want them. j Watch for it. " evidently entered Belgium practically without fond Mimlipi Hv tho time t.ivv r.ulii,t tl.nir ml-. i;takc their lines of communication were badly disorganized, with the result that " " thpy havo suffered terribly from hun- lgcr. Some captured officers were quot ;!ed as saying they had fought three days . J with nothing to eat. The (ioniums unquestionably have battled listlessly and ninny believed the explanation wus that they were licnrl T; starved to death. mi. .. . . , I j no goieruur oi Antwerp mis sum I moned all German nud Austrian resi dents 10 report to tne police, saying those who failed to do so would "risk being shot as spies. "Wouldn't the man In the moon laugh to ae ui coming?" GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES For Address A free trip to the Panama-Pacific Exposition in 1915. One nomination only allowed each contestant. Must be used within 10 days from date, Aug. 7, 1914. ! FIRST STATE-WIDE PRIMARIES IN OHIO MY BE DEARTH OF CIGARETTE PAPERS FUNERAL TRAIN II (Continued from page ono.) Wear-Ever Aluminum A7!s? 6y the .Aluminum Coohlng flpNJ UtGtis7 ComrMy, New Kensington Pa. &r$& 2& miUUSAUUPM SIT nnOYMIIll3IlTHIU ess Thaoimars II KtTTttS WITH IHJIT5 Heretofore sold by solicitors, now sold to you direct and at about twenty-five pef cent less than solicitor's prices. Now, you can buy, atabiqsavinq. those QZ5 a'ummum pieces you have long wanted buy "Wear-Ever" at the price of inferior aluminum wear, c An unusual opportunity to supply your kitchen with "Wear-Ever" Aluminum. Utensils illustrated here are the ones sold at the reduced prices; If you cannot secure these utensil from your dealer, send order with money, direct to us, and utensils will be sent by parcels post, prepaid. Pittsburg aluminum company Home, Ga., for burial mri'-ed here tjis afternoon. Jt wus reported here that all Koine buildings were dinped, Hint all flags were at half mast uud that business was suspended. lr. t'ary Gravsoii ferns tho greatest trial for President Wilson nud his daughters will bo when tho departure' is made from the cemetery. j The services in Koino will tie private' with the Kev. G. G. Snyder officiating.1 8 n wsmjrmm 42SSo. Broadway, Loa Angvlat S21 Market St.. Saa Franciac Calif oral .WCHll, CUJTARD CUPS AND CERlAl PAN TPANS OMtlt lEACHER told us today," said Jack os he and Evelyn curae to daddy for the evening story, "that by thinking bard enough you can do most anything you want to. But I don't believe It" "Why not?" nsked daddy. I "Because there are too many other follows trying It, and they beat you to t , .. It I know 'cause Billy West and Tommy Sloane bent me at marbles, and I ZXly turn- Because most of the cigarette papers, thought and thought and almost prayed that they woudn t." d , t0(, wfK. vot ' of wnk.h millions arc br J Daddy laughed at Jack's rueful fuce. "Keep at it and you'll win after. , t, . b , . t;,e first state-wide r;,i , Bunuany while. I think tonight, kiddies, that I'll tell you a lot of little stories which "tt his'orv of the sUte tm?e'1 ' ar. Jack's remark made me think about, because, kiddies, your teacher was quite ( The national aspect of today's pri-! e Pr ln traw or in Austria, tho right Every great thing that has been done was first an idea in some j mUries is due to former United States j Ellrollfan war if prolonged may deprive one's brain, Just like n llttle seed planted In the ground, which, when It Is Senator Joseph Fornker, of Cincinnati, many of those who "roll their own'' of watered and the sun Bhlnes upon it, springs up and grows Into a tree or n who seeks to "come back" as a candi-, the fuming pill. A few cigarette nnpcis vine or grass, us the case may tie. date for the republican nomination for are made in t inted States but those are! Ilrnssels, Aug. II. Tho German "So this Idea In somebody's brain Is watered and sunned, yon might say, ' L'nited States senator. Forakcr's caa-1 of cheaper and of poorer quality nml ! losses in tho fighting at I-iege, iuclud by thought and very soon something great Is done, and then we wonder tlidney makes the republican senatorial I American cignrette smokers invariably j ing Sunday, were as follows: about it and exclaim nt the power of the human mind. j (.'' tand out; in national prominence. , call for imported papers. . Killed, 2,0(10. "lnnc v,.,,r nn n Freneh writer. Jules Verne, wrote nhont n hlff shin I IIe ,s opposed by Warren C. Hard.ng, : A local cigar man sti ?d this mornin;;. Wo ed, 2U.IMM). a......,, ..r.- , ' ' 1 Mnrw.n fnrmar lion tnnnnt (rnvi.pnor tilUt ilfl I K tint Innlr fnr n futtfi.n In T..b.,.. i.-la,,..., l. H..1..! 1 VI m 1WH) wi ... a. v ..a.. w fa w . v. 4 1 - - . -a ... t'tlllllll. all j A tin I.II F IWIU'I H ttj JinlllllO, and Ralph D. Cole, of Findlay, former : I'lRarette paper beeanso thre was a 0,1)00. Every Article New and Perfect or Money Back OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF LOSSES AT LIEGE : congressman. I The questions "Can Foruker come back?" and "Can he efface the mem lory of the Standard Oil letters?" are Cole made his fight as a protectionist. In the democratic senatorial field are: Attorney General Timothy (S. Ho- thnt sailed under the sen Instead of upon It lie called It the Nnutllus. Ev ery one poobpoohed the notion and called him a silly dreamer. But now we have bouts called submarines that sail right down under the water with men inside them, and they have good air to breathe, and no water can get in, aud they are used In modern warfare. "Maybe, too, one day we will take 'a trip to tho moon.' Wouldn t thnt be ; beinc asked bv every politician. He great to climb Into one of the airships that are made now and live Jules I made his fight as an out-and-out stand Verne's story? He wrote 'A Trip to the Moon,' you know. Wouldn't the! patter of the old school. Harding al funny little old man In the moon laugh to see us coming? And then perhaps ways has been a strong supporter of be would tell us what he has been laughing about for so many years." ! Foraker. He entered the race after a . "na.l,i I lll.- in L-nmv. nlinf ho la Iniifhlni? nl.niif nil tlu timn conference wun me lormer senator, Maybe what we do looks funny to him," s'nld Evelyn gravely. "I shouldn't wonder." Daddy laughed right, out loud at Evelyn's widely 1 ' . . i nan Timninff An Ilia rflnftTfl in nffipt . "Then there Is the wireless telegraphy.. Marconi thought and dreamed )rir c es8mnn Jolin j. LcntZ) 0', and experimented, and now when ships are away out In the middle of the ;Columbug) who advocates government ocean they can send messages to the people on the shore. Just think, kiddles. own(,ri,i,ip of telegraph lines, and John If a great big ocean steamship was carrying mamma and me over the oceim j l, Zimmerman, of .Springfield, we could say good night to you, and that 13 Just what we must say now. So Two warm gubernatorial campaigns run along and let mamma tuck you In." , were waged. Governor James H. Cox, , ! seeking renomination, is opposed by a a Congressman J. J. Whitacre, who at tacked Cox as the "builder of the greatest political machine in the his ' tory of the state." In the republican field are Frank B. Willis, former congressman of Ada, and David Tod, of Youngstown, former state senator. Most of their speeches have been featured by denunciation of the democratic administration. A. L. Garford, candidate for the pro gressive nomination for senator, was not opposed in the primaries today. House of Half a Million Bargains We carry the largest stock of Sacks and Fruit Jars. H. Steinhock Junk Co. 33 Stato Street Salem, Oregon. Phone Main 224 good supply of them on hand in thisi This wus neennliuir tn un official . country. However caivfiil niorchentsi notineeiiicnt by the Helgian war minis- ' "fiit-miK mrgo rpiiimit'es or them try here today. Hiii-au jusr. 10 ue on rne sum snlc. .Most of the worold 's supply of tobacco is grown in Tnited States. Even the im ported mixtures ir.? grown in this country and exported to foreign coun tries where they may have foreign names, labels, and import diiti3 placed upon them to improve the flavor for the discerning Ameiican smoker.- SCHOOL LIBRARIES SOON GET NEW BOOKS WILL HELP TEACHERS FIEST, TO GET HOME ' NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS The greatest success of the age Is "Notaseme" Ladies' Hosiery In the last six weeks I HAVE SOLD 45 DOZEN PAIKS with a money-back guarantee, and only two pairs have been brought hack. Doesn't that prove that they are a success? They sell at 25c and 50c ln Black, White, Tan and Green, and can h had in "out" sixes. We have "Notaseme" Hosiery for Men and. Children, too. A. C. DeVOE 344 STATE STREET TWO STOEES 238 N. COMMERCIAL TO SWIM THE MERCED. Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 11. Duke ' Kahanamoku, Hawaiian Olympic swim mer, is planning today a trip to the Yosemite valley to attempt to win the Merced river above Happy Isle, a feat : never yet attempted. Several swimmers of the Los Angeles Athletic club prob ablv will accompany him to watch the rtrial. Washington, Aug. II. American travelers in Kurope of moderate means will be provided with passage home first, according to .Secretary of War Garrison today. "The problem of getting teachers back in time to open the schools will be given first consideration," lie said. "Travelers of larger means will be nsked to wait." Secretary Garrison was optimistic over the situation today, saying every thing possible was being done fur the Americans in Kurope. Secretary Hryan had received no re ply up to .'1 o'clock this afternoon to his representations to German officials The report of County School Superin tendent W. M. Smith regarding the school libraries was filed with the state librarian today. The report shows that there are now nearly 24,000 volumes at the disposal of the pupils of the schools of the county. The Salem schools, on for the release of Archer Huntinaton account of the larger number of pupils,' and Mrs. Huntington, held at -Nurem-have the greatest number of books in burg. their libraries. Of the total number . about 3000 new volumes were added RESULT OF JOY RIDING. during me last school year at a cost of I 1400 and approximately the snme sunn Los Angeles, Cat., Aug. 11. Dr. O. R. will be available next year for the pur-' Hullard is under arrest here today chase of books. charged with contributing to the dclin- This fund is provided by the county j quency of Lottie Kee, 13, who was cni on a tax of 10 rents per capita for the: ployed in his home. Miss Velma Lynn, pupus or tne schools, f.acli school gets a ranaret singer, was arrested on a its portion of the library fund accord ing to the number of pupils of school age in the district. The books for next year will be receive! in October of this year. Kach district has the privilege of selecting the books from the atalo:r sent out by the state librarian. Another arrest has been made in the Myrtle I'oint bank robbery case. similar charge and a like warrant issued for the arrest of Mrs. Maud Smith. The charges, it was said, grew out of al leged "joy parties" at a home occupied by the women. Are you buying or Belling? A Journal Want Ad will help you either way. ASK GEO. PETTINGELL The Electrician To Explain His New Plan of WIRING YOUR HOUSE Whereby You Can Pay for It in Installments This offer does Not Apply to new houses now under Construction, but it does give you an opportunity to have your home equipped with the most modern electrical devices for light ing, heating, etc.. at a price and in a way that you CAN AFFORD. in JS Ask Pettingell.co Ph0ng Wai" 187 1 j