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THE SALEM DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORE.. THURSDAY. JULY 22. 1015.
THREE ENGLISH BUY SALMON ZEROLENE OILS V GREASES RED CROWN GAS OLINE Awarded dan Francisco City Council Adheres To Orig inal Provision of Building Ordinance Tortlnud. Or., July ee. The British government is purclias jug practically all of the low grade canned salmon on the IV eific coast with which to feed its army, it was learned today. There is little demand fur high grade salmon, it is said, and the losses in price over last vear will probably range from 10 to 15 cents a case. i Council To Appropriate $250 To Establish Safe Bathing Place COURT HOUSE NEWS 9J The Exposition gave highest honors to these Standard prod ucts made from California crudes, in competition with other gasolines and automobile oils. Standard Oil Company (California) Yellowstone Park -Travel Very Heavy That travelers to the various great summer resorts in the United States all intend to make the through trip to Cali fornia to visit its two expositions, is the opinion of Chas. S. Fee, passenger traf fic manager of the Southern Fnrific company. He is in receipt of a letter from F. J. Hnynes, president of the Yellowstone Western Stage company opernting in Yellowstone National park, which snys that the stage have handled in the first fifteen davs of the season At a special nieotini: of the citv conn-1 eil called last night it was decided that! Tiieo. Jl. Roth must ronform to the! building ordinances in his proposed new ! building to be erected just south of i Yc Liberty theatre building on Liberty ; street. City Kngineer skelton refused to issue a building pormrt under the pro visions of the ordinance which state that the fiist story wall must bo Hi inches in thickness within the fire lini i its. It happens thnt the theatre building was erected before the ordinance was pussed and lias only a 12-inch wall and .Mr. Kotn wanted to use tins wall as the ,,,,, ,r,i.st her father. mum wim 01 ins nuinung wine a is to be a two-story brick 42 feet wide in side and extending back liili feet. It was stated lust night that the second story of the building would be used us the headquarters of the Y. W. 0. A. and would contain a dining room, with the front part as a parlor and the rest bed room and for other purposes. The first story is to be used for the lioth grocery. Architect l.egg stated that the 12 inch wall would be plenty strong enough and that the weight oa'the wall would never crush it. He said that it would be necessary to pile briekB tiOO feet hich to crush the bottom one. The question' . , , i .. i i , , was one of lateral bracing. Other opiu-L V , l.V' m"" ions were expressed and H,e qnestio, f ('u '"V" ' "l ',l ,' V"." safety seemed to be well provided f or. ' T rt UB ""V v .,?X 'l'" "' Moat of the council,,,-,, confessed their 1UU : u v i ignorance of architecture and building, ' 'l lora Black ns .Ilium A. in fant they noticed in the charter a pr!,: I ,n sl"lli s,und " torrwt vision which seemed 10 cover just such! rI . ,. , .r , ., , ., instances and argued that, since this v 1 ' "v"' , ' 'fl ' ' ' , ' K t i i An lnturtf were named by Judge tuillo- .I ... -,..17 L ... ' i- .' "I . "'!wv ns referees today in the . ..,- 1. 1 . . . . i. i.e. Ml l.ri i. .visn, if it 'were necessary for the first story wall to be Hi inches in thickness in Portland and thiR ordinance had govern- ' The ease of Kva I'nlmertun against S. T. Northcutt, Max tiehlliar. as county clerk, I.add Jt Hush, and the Willamette : Valley Irrigated Land company was 'dismissed in department No. i of the , circuit court by Judge Galloway this morning by consent. This is the second of the cases filed by Mr. Kva l'almer- T. Northcutt. of Turnur. The first ruse was a peti tion for a guardianship tor S. T. North cutt when he proposed to get married and Judge Hushey grunted the petition and appointed a guardinu for -Mr. Northcutt after hearing the case in the county court. The case was appealed to Judge tir.lloway's court when Mr. Northcutt was restrained from getting , married. Judge Hallow ny held that -Mr. ! Northcutt had a right to get married ' but advised hiin not to do so at his advanced age of "4 years. The case was again appealed und is now pending ; in the supreme court. "You take the Hot Bath, I'll take the Cold One" Very polite but lomedmes In convenient, yet when there Is only water enough in the tank for one hot bath, what can the rest of the family dot The answer Is simple, Install a RUUD Automatic Gas Water Heater Nobody wait nobody worries the Mirvlee Is unlimited The Kuud never Unit rteverdis appoints You imply turn the faucet the heater does the net. Complete de sert ptivnlltera' luxe ou request It's Ruud Week at The Gas Company the greatest number of people in Its history, and that practically every trav eler held tickets which showed either j cd building operations in Salem in the that he had already visited California, I past that the provisions of the ordin or was on his way westward to do so. 'ance should either be enforced or the The figures show that, from June loth to ,'IOtli, the stage company, running in conjunction with the I'nion l'neific and Oregon tshort line, handled 3,1150 tour ists. Three-fourths of these held through tickets for a westbound trip to Cali fornia, und the balunce had already lieen there and were returning home. The Southern l'acific recently an nounced that almost a special train a day was now arriving with tourists, each train carrying about 2'Ui; and that regular trains were running in tit least two sections. The schools have closed throughout the country, and the vaca tion period is on. which allows fiimil ies to come west who were only wnitiuu I ..,;t ..i.n. ,.i i.i i I,...:- .; free. ordinance repealed. No one wanted to take the responsibility of repealing the ordinance and when the motion to al low a special permit to Mr. Moth was put to a cote it was lost bv i. vote of 0 to 4. way as referees touay in the partition suit of Alexander Hutchinson against .Mulford Hutchinson ami Id others. It was decreed that the plaintiff and tluee others were each the owners of an un divided one-fifth interest in the prop erty in question and that the othcis held an undivided one-thirtieth interest . in the property. The referees will make partition of the premises. At n special meeting of the city conn- j eil last night this body pledged itsol' . to appropriate 230 to provide for u . "safe" bathing place in the Villain- i ette river for women and girls and i another for boys. The plan advanced ' by O. M. K.lliott, chairman of the civics committee of the Commercial club, pro vides for establishing a bathing place j at the point of Minto's Island opposite; the Spaulding mill and for a life guard to have charge of the swimmers. I he committee ot the Commercial ' lub with the board of directors called at the council chamber last night and 1 the proposition was put by I.. II. lie-, Milium. After some discussion the pledge carried and the Commercial cluli committee announced its intention to proceed with the plan pending final action of the city council at the next regular meeting. Mr. MeMnhou stated lust night that the water company hud npproprintod ropes to rope off the limits of the balh-; ing ground, the Spaulding Logging com pany has appropriated lumber for dress- ' ing rooms, and the committee has se cured a scow to ferry the svimmTs from the city across the old river to the swimming pool. It is stated that the water at this place is shallow and grad ually slopes off to deeper water with no unsuspected hides in the grave. It is proposed to placa n man in charge of the swimmers who is a good swim mer nnd a cool head in case of accident. K. II. Deckabaugh, Tom Kay, August lluckesteiu, (). M. Klliott and others spoke in support of their plan. The Commercial deb asked that the city pass an ordinance prohibiting swimming within the city limits in or dcr that all youngsters miiv bo herd ed up to the municipal swimming hole. The second request was for !r0 or as much of it as were needed to pay the salaries of a boy to run the scow fer ry and for the limn to act as life guard. Keep Cool! Buy Your Summer Underwear Hosiery Sport Shirts Straw Hats Washable Ties Bathing Suits EXTRA SPECIAL SUMMER CLOTHING AT h OFF JL Brick Bros. Is the House That Guarantees Every Purchase Corner State and Liberty TALKS ON THRIFT AND THE CHECKS WERE GOOD San Francisco. July 22. .T. Hurry l.t wis, of St. l'liul, during his stay here wrote checks on nny old thing. Once he used the bin k of a postage stamp, lit oth er times, a napkin, back of an envelope ni.d in place of n signature used h s thumb print. Lewis is rich but didn't have mis check book with him. Judge Galloway ruled yesterday in the case of tho lbildwin company against J. I Savage and otheis that a mortgage and four promissory notes should be cancelled and held for naught and the cloud on the title to the proper ty removed. He held further that the defendants have no r ght to iclief in the form of a judgment in the sum of H 1 secured by u chattel mortgage. HOP MARKET LOOKS GOOD. j John llcuningseii has liccn adjudged i incompetent and K. S. 1'orter nuiueil as I guardian ot Ins prop 1 lied at if 5.0011. The li Great Northern Boats : Will Continue Service" A Thrifty Neighbor. "Any woman who, in nu emer gency, cannot cook and serve a dinner, make a dress or trim a hut is only unll" u woman. Kconoiny is no disgrace; any toul can spend money and waste it, but it lakes judgment to .'peud wisely lor value received." Mrs. Arthur tl. Learn ed. The following is not n piece of sum mer fiction but an actual conversation, the unities alone being fictitious: "Hear me! 1 do feel so happy," said Mrs. Collins us she dropped down into a i hair in Mrs. Whitmarsh 'a pail lor. "I stopped at the bank and de posited my month's savines. 1 hail ten I dollars to deposit, ! "I declare," exclaimed Mis. White j marsh, "I don't sec how von do it I our husband doe-u t giv (ihire ill. i n on lie gives me, I nny less in your feinily and you seem !to have just as many thiiigs as 1 do. nut as lor my saving: w ,iy, wn are , (.'ought H'oin 1 i",' iiy oeaiini on some inn or f venue. other, llo'.v in the world do vou do . m itl" - j "Well v, " .,.1.1 r ,-..:... for so doing. A short time afterward the shadow fell across his threshold, ami he came running and begging us1 to my nothing. "Yes," we replied, "but don't you remember the lime you called me a coward for keeping stilit" "I know," he replied, "lint 1 was George Krobs Tells Eugene Paper It Is! wrong; it isditlerent now," And we Encouraging. listened to him, but there ate things ( Kiigcnc Dcily U. gister.) I that an editor cannot suppress. There That the nop crop 'around Salem audaie other things that ho can foiget I iidepciolcii.e this year is good and the with propriety. far as we are prospects for II fair price ate bright,' concerned, we would rather lessen the was the statement of lieotgo Kieb, of grief ot a parent than throw out II Salem, member ot the firm of Kicbsi morsel for gossiping people to feed IIiih., who own the lingest hop vunl in tin- up n. We would rather wipe the tuns fiom the eyes of a mother than to have "nerve" enough to join the heartless crowd of flying tongues aid sink the iron deeper into her lender si. ul. So when in this neighboring paper we failed to find what we want cd, wc made no comment. Hut deep ilmwi in our heart we admired thai editor and thought nimv of him, lie cause he had u heart that was teudei and he would nil her listen to tho jibes i f an unfeeling public than to the sobs of a broken heaitcd niellio, w it'e and sister. ropeitv, which is vill ous are Marv Ilcu- ' niugseii, Ins wile, Mia r mil nr. a millili ter, Ulnk Miller, a daughter, all of Nl iveiton, Olieii HcNiiingson, a son of I ('orvallis, and Henry llenmngsrii, a son j of Silvortou. The case of (icrge H. l'oersel a ,'uinst I the county of I'olk. an action for diun ages, lias been continued until the lie- i tober term of the circuit court by an ; order made by Judge Kelly today upon a stipulation bv the attorneys, in the i" you a cent I case. Oirson li Hrown ami (Near Hay theie aren ': I ter are uii - I i nix for the iilaintilf n ml .we.Miry, r-nntii -iiieio i Siblv for the defi'iidnirts. und Joscpl lis cirie w an roinity on a change iiidlestly, "my lather ami moth taught me to save when I was a nirl. began then to but mv nickels into n little nviii'n bank. Now whenever I Portl 1, dre.. July 22. -Persistent j think of n way of saving I always put riiniois, di'-pite repented denials, to the 1 the difference betw i what 1 might effect that the Hill lines contemplated : have spent and what I do spend right the withdrawal of the steamers Great J into my bank. If it's only five ccnin. TELEGRAPHIC TABLOIDS :c Northern and Northern l'acific from the Kluvel San i'taiuisi'ii run and piO' posed to operate them hereafter out of I'uget Soiiii.i, led 1'nsideiit L. ('. il man Inlay to issue the following of ficial state .lent: "This company has no intention of abandoning the present route of tne (ireat Northern 1'acilie Steamship com pany vessel." or changing tlieir lernn mils. The business has proved highly Mnrysvillc, ''al-I'-: o w it, const nii't i"ii lollam 1 the Western I'lnilo I 12 miles on a linml in li goes, mid ,r it s two make myself put that in, tri." "Hut where do you save I" ' inter rupted Mrs. Vt hitotm.riM. "Oh," answered Mrs. Collins. "I'm always on the watch for chance. That's pait of the secret. Just the other morning it struck nie for the first time, strange to say that break fast cereal iniL'ht be cheaper bv the ion,- nv nu- sjii". i"m ,n,r,.-ii. im-if. is oiny live cents ei.ninnssion satisfactory and ditlerenee when vou buv six bones, but July 22. J. ('. foreman hero f"i , chased a biiiglnr ii r and located the n w ho had l"U"l his homi lYluliimii. ' al.. July 22.--I'. II. Mur pin' eloped with Mrs, Amanda Kobcit sou. He is 77 and his bride 58. world at Independence, und wh was in Ktigeue Sunday. Mr. Krcbs says that lice lue spread lug, owing to the cool weather that lias j prevailed lor a month or mole, bin the Igiowcis are slill splaying constantly nii'l tile diliiiage from the eriiun is J kept don n to the minimum. t "The iiiarl.et is pretty .stiony," lie (said. "The piice at the piesent time is 1 " ' j cents a pound. I beln-ie that I the newlv mganized Imp eiowei-s' asso 'cialion is hugely responsible for the betternieul III llllllkct roihlltioiiH in tin : section of the country. Wo have a (strong orgaui.iilioii ntoi I think it is uoiug lo do the hop industry a teat deal of gnu 1. 1 ' j .lames I,. Clink, of Spi nigfield, is a member of the boeid ot' due-tots iiiid arcording to Mr. Kiebs, is one of the J most active woikcis in tne assoi-iation. i There has been iputt1 a fluiry in the Iniaiket dining Moi past f, w days, ae Icol'llllg to lilsiics troll I'oitlaud. The !ilMliailil is sl.id to be lll;;elit, lltl'l ttoie has I a heavy bovine; at a number of point ou the i'oat, both of old and new nop. The ocmainl is almost wlmlh- tor shipment to l.oiolfill, III ni.i'i iplelli-e ot the very iiisatil:ictov rmnliiiMi ul' the Top now gri'Ullic; in I ntand. It is said that the aphis hits nltaihi-l tne ines .in that coiiutiv aim tlii t f is a short crop. John Se.l- 0 of Lunelle, hlis sold 20,- poo pounds ul' emlv r'ognle at l-'i rents a pound. 'I In so eaily hops al I ways bring a luglici pne than the Into 1 MlleS. Alfalfa Meal i Hill lbs. Alfalfa Meal will produce as mm two thirds the cost. tl.no for a Itlg ou lb. Sack. let our pries for f I, for we undersell. h milk as IIIH lbs, lliau at D. A. White & Sons reedinnu and Beedmrn Phone 1(10. Salem, Oregon HUIE WING SANG CO. Big line of Waists, Houso, Drosses, Bilk Goods, Men'i and Boyi' Butts, Pants apd Overalls, Ladlos', Geuta, and Children'! Uudorwar, Ovcrshirts, Sweaters and Blioos. Ladles' ana Children'! Fancy Dresses, Neckwear, Ladles' tad Gents' Hosiery, Gluten, Comforters, Blankets, Embroideries, Lacei and MatUugi. We make up Dreanes, Wrappers, Kimoiias and WMU Underwear. All goods selling at lower prices, 291 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET DRE88F.D IN MALE ATTIRE WOMAN TURNS COBBLER there is no disposition or intention of then you save the butoer of ordering making a change. Wha you S Half the fun is taking lh your own tent and living Jr out in the open. Buy a ('A Tent that you know is i guaranteed. J .-I'.' ;.!:.! r-it'r: ;:ti "V sk L . mm - 1 M1 ,il;i;ln,'l..lii;ilillai ijh mix. II I I I A I K K 'If b' 4 WSIilsAkV.ETTE FENTS are the product of 31 years pxr.ori.-tKP in nt.niHkinir. Ant Tent mnt ftuinl hum fervioe in nil knU of w -nthi-r. Why m-t ft a QUALITY Tout m? that w ill bv ready f'-r use next year and the year after, ar "WillamrlU" at your ator k ,5a. to rronr trade mark on the Tent. It U yr,'-'y your itaarantf- we stand behind n. ir, y1" Hirsxh-Wcis Manufacturing " Company, Maker roraisrtx W.l'jmetts Tnt A rorrukM. osam the su se.arntelv. I "I try to make my hnii hold ex jl'disis for ea-h month come within A I certain limit, too. and if at tho ea.i of the month I lime ient les than 1 ex.e.-ted. the sum saved noes into my I bank. I buy some ehea. cuts of meat; fn- instam e, a biisket of be. f to boil and 1'iess, or pit rousts. Vou eiui make ever so tunny noo.l soiin out of the ; ern , too, und John is very toinl of 'v'ii'. I mn'vo i ream soiis out of ihiik an. I the wat.-r in whicu vegetables nre iboibd. I dry M'etnblis. t. lit, you I know- that dried cel. ty leaves ii'HHe'al ! most n yood a sonp as the fresh eelerv ,ilelff i "Potatoes and onb ns nnd .if. h 'b.h I ln in tt sii.dy of in the fall. We have a (."lid Vefetabli. cellar. VO'l now. Tin" last v. sr I uit .lown f'ittv ..,'en nv. .o. My bolter J buy di re. from the n kV.fr, ' ' "i sa vtoi roiii h on v.,iir clothes" asked Mis. Wliitinsr-h. i "I think I s;te ouist there bv xuluf without thin,;.. So ofiin w.icn ym .think you sirui.ly nuit hse new Ires, or a low hut you find vou reallv 'can ('t alone pretty well ,ihoi.t If von do rice. a n. w suit it 's a it" l lsii to buy it in the of (' . i when things are really marKrd down. Well. I hvt talked a. if were the best . limner in the world. haM'ii't If Probably my 'neighbors with I would s,rol mras on rnv clothes, but it dtws Insi.e l,J fe,l res) rich to hsve somethitiif sure laid 1 bv id tne bans fur the future " T. I. Ma.-i.UK'iiiR. Vn-liiti(,'t"ti. .Inly 22. Modifyint! itsj jiriviotis order, the interstate commeice1 i.lnv i.citi mat the i.resein revenue t ive.l by the principal ci- 1 pr.-h lomi'iiiiics ns Inadeipiate and provided tor an iic reuse in rates. Abrdei n, Wash., of rifles eoiisie.ru i I'll I'.rt.i durini; been disc iveri d pi h ii.ru-r Aijnic I ly eilstouis lli-s 'inns is b, lieved ' from the L'nited tus in Mi ii'". .Inly 22. Thousands I originally to fed- the Civil war havu a the caro of the ursen, held up here tors. Her cai'o of " have I a shipped 'ates to tho Iluertis- ltiiynioi.d. -1' . .Inly 22.- Word was si lit tmlliV to I ti :t r 1.-st Mietllni li, at Kel b l'l,'. Id-iho, of u t dy here late yes- Seattle, Wash., duly 22 -N. II I'i. k- erell, who has dressed ia the Kuril of a uiaa for years uniil she has. come to ' loi.k so mm h like u mini that i n n the police, who have n, rested her dnens of times, fnil to rei '.nie her, was monn 'arrested Wedries.luy inj'.ht Ii.llowii.e nri latteinpt to rub the nincerv store of W. J. Itoope 4 Co. Nell nas posti d as b.i.ki.'it. while a man lo complice entiled tin- si.. re. .1. II. Little, a dniK st prupr ieti.r, i"ft ll'-russ the street, saw the two lv-.fl.ii (; and untitled tin' poln-e. Un OK.i'.r.yile polii'i-mi'ii respiiii'b d. Nell heard tin n. and da-lied for liberty, she n f.m.Mv 'arrested when she bll one of tie of f ii i-is in an attempt lu.-.eae. 1 1 -r in I'oinpliie t;..t awny. t.rduv that t". Mr.. 'Ma. id M t ar old I r i rvr " iic lighter wiii no t nnd '.. ere ' the lives of Ins wite, 'men and their five r I. ila. Mother nnd ., i . i f (f in the Wilh.pu . ', lied. Cl I I.e. A ni'. Iljtehllis. Mil. -mill as u 1 1 "'lit of .'i i " of M-.b. I. an ni,'.'! eid'-ntullv linn" M'l) el n lIl.l.K M .Ti.lv 2'.'. S. I. .. h lit today ia In d .it-j; the resentment mure, llut. hin. uc hi. motoreycle intn Im'I rhliiilv sat dnw ri COOLtiR IN CAUI'OHNU Sa'-fiiNiet.to, Cul., ,lnlv 'SJ. lo'li.v . mii'h'""!' r alter two davs "f nnrr.,1.1 July w.uth.r here. Tuciuy the ther lliollieti r loo. lied lOO II rid M-t. 'I'll. V loj This t. Hi..rlitiire usi.ully pieMill" Intel ill the latter pint of July and tan (;h Aukl'i.t. One hiiii'lie.l and t. u n r. liiin. 'iitl fur an oeeitsii.tial day. No s'.f li tinif is n- i.tti'd. on 1, u.i. Si.' is pi'tty heavy. . July 2-V Convoyed' litaki, the liner Hen "eediiiK lo this port hu h broke out in the i r. Isi'KerinK s'.'l cm irratit !...et'i.'. is under control. No details to t!. fans of . fire l.tive ii'j riei. I. Il-irl.au, Nn'al I y the s tea in' r oils ,. -h.wlv today. The ti"' p.-nii'llu's i.'.M. J POET'S DAUOIITEH DIES I l.ar.(.ter. Mass., July I.f.nefell,,- I.sna, danedt W. f.i.r.i; fellow. I. desd l.er t.-lur iwas the "1-d.lh w.th ftolden hair" of Ik m drcB ' the p. Hour.1 St. t.o,;is. .I ll y 22 The property frain hiK S i.r I til other rinhts of the Sat.sh i:n!i"Ml. a 2-'. ihhi.oh'i cor p.r.''ion. were mi 1 under the ham 22, Kdithioior f..r s10"o,""' to the joint f r of Hnrv ' o'lruriia! o n eomnntfsw of the road 's She crebfurs tlleler f'."si.oiire here ycter- dar to s.iu.fy u I .'"''. o.') mort(ture "t wrote ia "TL fill of which ti. t o .itsbU f New V i i. tr..te. Trust comi sav SENTIMENT ANU EUITORU i linlhis iib..-rv-r ) l.t week We looked in II M iehl.or ii.L' rn- sonoer, p. ' t i i.K ty n e in. acoiint of how a '"'inn inini l.i.d jone wr-.tii. Not. a I n,- it tl,.- younif man could be found. A broken hearted life or relative had jrouc to the editor und h-kid him to li) no'h inn, bud the tears Im1 w..n the pf.ni. is, from him. We hsve ,'oiie lino .(di the same thinK ourselves mnny tnin-s An editor is humin; lie la. hi- b.en mil dislike.; he loves and he l.utis; h.r strenuth between low- and d .ty is i'it like trust of an hvertt!" n'ieri Wr remember one esse ,n particular We Is. I 1.1 a certain cu.e fr, by be ciuiMt a t.urful mother bowed down with (rief hiol ".me to ns and I ' t'K'd the favor. A bif hesrd nmn j.ii.id 1 railed us a coward j on us about it, and To the Man on the Road 'Talk Home Today You know what a comfort it is to you; you can realize the comfort it gives the loved ones at home. Our Improved "Lonp Distance" service has made it possible to talk to 1S0O cities and towns in California, Oregon, Wash ington, Nevada and Idaho, connecting 'i!):!,000 telephones. Make a "Long Distance'' call today. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE S.iliiiip1lui!lf.iSSipS