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DAILY CAP! TAL JOURNAL. SALKM, ORBOUS SATURDAY, MARCH 21, UN.
km BANK TALK No. 8 -BY THE- mW STATES NATIONAL BANK SALEM, OREGON KNEEITS OF A BANK CONNECTION It comes to the question of a bank connection, everyone , its eter b,c banking business la conducted conservatively, yot llbcral .r . ncenrn vou safety of funds. Economical and bvs- 1 ot ninpoa tia In a nosltlon to render favorablo i0 patrons. . vo amount of Information can glvo you knowledge of actual ' You may know tho advantages of a checking account J bnjt i,ut not to test tho method lu to lose, tho benefits. ttl Is tru0 of a lPartnients banking. To securo a bank Kction Is to add mnny auvantnBe8, to your daily business trana-JldDft.-4dvantages that you can get in no other way. t gar bank is for the benefit of our patrons, for tholr ubc every I i. .ii.. 4ib no ilnnnnrln rnmilrn Wn sldltv i(v nrnn. kr or occas:uui"'j J"Dk -" - " -"j e" ,....v- jdlierttco to the most exnctug cUBtomcrs. ,&M JOU. ELEANOR FRANCIS HOUSEHOLD LETTER - The Importance of Leather In Fashion able Attire- Accessories That Mate a Simple Costame Modish Bags Belts and Shoes In New Leathers and New Shapes Parisian Gloves For American Women The Whole World Urder Tribute to Supply the Demand For Leather iiiiiii'ijii(inntiwiiiuiwiilciitnmtitiiit'iwi THE CLASSIFIED FOK ALS "Wo can Bervo and E. W. HAZARD, Cashier ICADY TAILORED"CLOTHC5 Off WELL DRESSED MEN. V 3 -JfY a fKyfiJ) V 1V-V-V- c v m j j i w PRICE .RANGE. $ 20 T $ 40 (Eleanor Francis.) Ono of tho most noticeable thlng3 hero Is tho rapidity -with which worn- knowing that in tho long run she, not only nppoars -to greater advan tage but fcnvcd monoy by selecting en acquire tho knack of appearing her gloves with caro. "To bo woll thoroughly modish and up-to-dato in tholr dress. Tho costume that Mrs. A. wears with Jsjst tho right air after a short sojourn hero may bo oxact'y tho samo In which she look ed consplclously auburbnn on her arrival. In nine cases out of ten booted and well gloved is to be well dressed as tho French Bay and they know that what they aro talking about in this matter suroly. Shopping and Traveling Bag. Very flat and decidedly largo aro tho faBhlonnblo shopping bags with tho chango In her appoaranco has few exceptions, and traveling hand boon wrought by moans of what aroj'iuggago is built on a similar plan, called tho "small things' In her Strango to say capacity Is not sneri tollet. Ilor boots, gloves and voll.lflcod to this general flatness 'of oi lier modish purso and shopping bag, feet, for bags great and smnll, aro all -tho finishing touches that innko built with lngonlously contrived sldo tho dlfforcnco and dowdlnosB. For saleLarge wooden tanl qitlro at E. C. Cross market, 3-12-tf FJh Property for Sale In good market town on Southorn Pacific, good schools and churches. Or.o aero planted to all kinds of fruit, two-story, 8-room house (on solid foundation) with porches, closets and pantry, nlso two-story black smith and wagoa shop and largo barn. Will bo sold reasonable, os owner is unablo to woik at black smithing. John Holm, Aumsvlllo, Oregon. 31-2-;im Good Horses for Salcj Cornelius & Skipton, at end South Commercial street bridge, Salem. Twenty yenrB experience, and handlo only straight, sound, rellablo stock. Horse bought and sold or ship ped to any part of the country. Glvo them a call before buying horseflesh. 3-11- For Sale Good stock and dairy ranches for salo at reasonable prices, with or without Btock, some .timber. Can also locate good government homesteads. L. F. Coin, Waldport, Or. 2-19-lm bctweon modlshnesa gores that allow thorn to expend o Tho clover stranger I moot for extra spaco. 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TSftinfii nii ' ii.-2;JbTS fiftit corabit to snrnvor in tho fjKm. D.nrtion on roiuest. sHou, WckkI aud Stool Tanks. market. Somothlng to do Complete Wind Mill and CHASE & SKAIPE, 198 StatStrcct EER PROMOTES EMPERANCE . cognized as a Food Product, and kalt With by the Government Ifl. v., "'erofriu,! , u - ,... ., ,,. . . fltl. t t'! and aobrlety to a far greater oxtout than pronibi n laws on thn tnn i.rv. -aad S d European naUons aro encouraging the manu "Htf p. Wtt,umIitioB of light beers containing about throo and 'rtflfr0 5ta loho', &8d lho result -haa bean most gratifying Uited v emperanC' 'iofi i) l government ban takon a positive stand in fai-.." r uPaumant holding that tho re-establlahJn? r6"ieiBt sa r oQ,MB nn absolute neces- ittf u rrm of temperoace and sobriety, n, . r,,8,Id a a "Food Product." and la so dealt Ju,. lfrtt 4nJrate eompanlea havo contradicted tho Ilea ' hiTr v iTa Wir'Boy through prohibition sourcos that "S 01 . aa . 4 ... , , , HBlUfc& . w uai u onug msuraaco, ana navo i ""MthewBrw . i i,.. - 4 ... .i. rlrii ! (Bot more than two quarts during twen- ie.. ." ,h vry bs&c of risks. Tho latest British life 'fcttiiM, .. htjW tt the ratio of death rata nmonc abstain- L. WWf' SrMtAr fhn . , .- j-,-1 4 M ss,h lMi,me, and tho day Is not. far distant when uaa l t6e dalJy subsistence of vevery family lrwx ,, ' " neceasUIes. !tS 'r sett tke Sa,flm BrQwery Association is In every fuu ,, lt Bioda.-n enterprise can nroduce. It speaks a ob bt advertisement. BREWERYASSOCIATION SALEM, OREGON within our gatos has boon quick to recognize that much of tho proverb lal smartness of tho woll dressed New York woman Is duo to the per fection of hor nccoRsorlos. Dcttcr a slmplo tailor mado with handsomo glovos of jitHt 4ho right Bhado, footwear that fits to perfec tion without unnecessary tightness and hnrmonlrca perfectly with tho toilet, thnn tho moBt olaborate get up that lackB In these Important de tails. Tho Demand for Leather. Tho whole world Is under trlbnito to supply lonther for fashionable ac coutrements, and tho tannor's art has bocomo of grentor Importnnco thnn over. In addition to tho im mense amount ofjpnthor trimmings, tho automobile has Immensely In creased tho demand. For tho fittings of tho enr nothing olso is so satla- factory while tho mnn who "chnufs" if not the one who rides Is "all clothed In loathor" with 6r without tho fur on it. Now Footwear. Never was tho drofislug of a wom an's foot of more Importnnco than at this season when tho universal uso of short skirts for all wulklng purposes puts tho foot so much In ovldonco. Whoro formerly tho "Foot beneath tho pottlcoat," "Peeped in and out," It la now an view all tho timo, and Its dressing makes or mars tho effect of any costume. Fanoy; shoes aro tho rulo rather in this category. Odd vamps and uppors aro a growing stylo. Evou In low out shoes one boos this wrinkle and qulto ns often as not tho colors vary as woll as tho matorlals. Tho most desirable of the now loathors Is kid, which Is a glossy soft loather, era nro rather moro sonslblo ono with "buffed" or dull flnlshos and thin oholco Is a sctiBlblo one bIiico tho glnzcd surfacoa shed soil and wear hotter than tho suede finishings. IleltN and liucklcs. Helta of narrow loathor thnt har monize with tho prevailing- rolor of tho cpRtumo or with Its trimmings nro modish and very many of thof havo motal sjldoa or stationary ornn ments of various forms. Glovo kid belts mado In glrdlo forniB and elab orate with steel and gilt studdlngs contlnuo costly nnd fashionable? though no longer a novelty. Ilurklcs finished in white nnd In colored onnmols nro used both with leather and fabric belta, and olnstics nnd metallized gimp contlnuo popular. Cretonno bolts, hats and parnsola aro to bo n fad of tho coming iMintnor. o Clmmbcrlaln'H Cougli Itcniwly Is Iloth Agrceablo and Kffectlve. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy hnv no superior for cougliB, colds nnd croup, and tho fact that it is pleas ant to tuko and contains nothing in any way injurious has mado it a favorlto with mothors. Mr, W. B. Polham, a tnorohant of Klrksvillo, Iowa, eays: "For moro than 20 yean Chamborlaln's Cough Remedy bus boon my loading remedy for nil throat troubles. It Is cspccMly buc coesful In cases of croup. Children like It and my customers who havo used it will not tako any othor." For salo nt Dr. Stono'u drug Btoro. For Sale Ono big full lot, good 11 room house, a big, two-Btbry bntn, young orchard, good garden spot, chlckon park. Title clear. No agents. Terms of payment easy, part on tlmo If den I red. For par ticulars soeownor, M. A. Dlco, 790 North Commercial streot. 3-10lmo For Salt My modem 10-room homo nt tho southoat corner ol Oak and Wlntor streets. For par ticulars write mo or call on Jos. II. Albort at Capital National Dank. F. A. Wiggins, Topponlsh, WnBh. 3-12-tf For Sale 80-ncro farm, 7-room houso, barn 54x74, giannry, ohlck m hoflso, spring water, farm fenced with wovon wlro, accond bottom laud, 4C ncros In crop, tint bor on farm will pay for samo, nil kinds of fruit. Latham Land Com pany. 3-10-tf For Hale Two C-yonr-old Jersey cows, with calvoH. 8. II. Hatch, Salem, Itouto 4. 3-20-31 IN THANCK FOK FOIlTY-TJinKR 1)AY8. (United Press Leased Wlro.) Los Angolos. Cal., March 20. Ohromo tanned Klazed FoaHB that Bhe will dlo If not nwaKonou irom me poeullar state of noarlv a hrllliant an nntont loflthor comtt ,n wh,0n "h h M" tor 43 but with none of tho Jattor's ten- Suporlntendont Darber, of tho doncy to spit in cold or to torturo oounty hospital, assisted by several tho foot In warm weather. Made of PWI. today is making renewed goat Bkln tho toughest hide known' e,70m lt rou8 " Dou,ah Haw to tho tanner the Ohromo tanned FOR RENT For Rent Ono ton-acre hop yard six ncros of farming laud, with houso nnd outbuildings; one (l aoro traot of loganberries garden nnd orchnrd with houso and out buildings; ono lC'aoro hop yard with houso and bnrn, to bo rent ed all or soparato. Located ono mllo north of Wnuconda, on oloo trie lino. Enqulro of E. M. Mm soy, 444 N. Wiutor ot., Salem, or A. W. Niusom, Gcrvals, or phor.n Farm CD or W. II. Egan, Gcrvals, Phono Farmers 20. 2-20-tf JjODQKtL AWtfVSVW Tarficnters Unkm No. l&HLttg Union No. 1065 of Carpenter Joirors of America meet Saturday orenlns; at 7: 3D p. aw fe Hearst hall, 420 State St, A. W Dennis, Reo. See. Foresters of America Court Satr wood Foroators, No. 19. Mt Saturday night In Holtnan Hall, Stato Btrcet Waldo Miller, O. Ri J. O. Perry, financial secretary. Central Lotfgo No. 18, K. etf P. Castle Hall la Holwta block, eer fior SUte aad Liberty etreeM. Tuesday of eaea week at 7 ill m. Onear Joka, O. 0.; H. X. .Aadertoa, K. &t H, a g, MeAcra Woemrw ot Aieria Ore- goa Cedar Camp No. (24. every TaHrt4ty t1ms 6elMV in Holwam U If; 1P4 Hill, V. 0.; F, X, Ttiraer, titk, t jr j Woethnea Bt Wrll -Meet erery Frt 4ar ight at 7:Se, la Holmaa kail, O. L. Darling, 0. C; P. L. Fra lr, Clerk. Llaoela AmiMlty Union. ftfek, aet dent and poasloa InsHraace; $2, 000,000 pledged; every claim M Good ageate wanted. J. K. Q Mongomory, supremo orgaalr, Dox432 Balom, Oregon, R. H. Ryan, nocroinry, 646 Stnto street. MISCELLANEOUS. WM KoM mibs while visiting at Ba lom recontly, lost hor heart. Flndor ploaso return to Journal ofllco nnd recolvo reward. Will Call nud Pay Cash For mon'e cast off cloLhln, brokon watoho and Jowolry. We clean nnd pros. High grado work. -Phono 903, Slgournoy, 483 Stnto. 1-25-tL JiiNt Arrive! FIno now Block of marblo aud granlto monuments, Wo can aavo you monoy nB wo pay no big ront or city taxes. Come and get our priced nnd bo con vinced. Shop In City View Cem etery. J. D, Uohnnun, Phono 1260, Salem. 3-10-tf. Vogct LHmtwr and Fnri Co. -Lumber .Bhlnglw, building material, wood and coal. Low price a& prompt dolhorloa. One block -. of B. P. passongi? dopoL Phone. 103. 7-2-tC WANTED. kins. Wanted Younc man. irood snlarv. In or near Salem, to reprosont and,tnlB mw to show property for large Port land real estato firm. Exporlonoo not neoMssnry. Small oash securi ty required. Address "Manager," 242 Fifth street, Portlaud. 3-14-71 WimtMl Hired girl at 1417 Court streot. Telephone Main 1431. 3-l8-3t HuMlhiff Men Wanted Distributing Samples and Clrcularso. No can vasBlng. aiobe Adv. & Dls't. Acsn Chloago. 3-19-31 WoodcutUmi Wanttnl Call on R, Q. Henderson, Chemawa. Telephono Farmor' 311. 3-193t glnzod kid Is unusually durable as" Since Mrs. Hawkins lapsed into well as attractive, and is made up In her ,onS "'P. Physlolans- and Bolen all the boat styles of the season nt tUt8 hve closely examined her dally tho samo price as othor leather, j1""8010 "' boon able to euggOM a Matcl.InK AccesKorles. !n,eU,od of treatment by which the x. vi. . . i.i woman eould ho awakened. Sunor- ..i. ., .. .t.i . Intendent Uarber states that tho wo- u.w iuu u. '-' uu7'JUB-lmanWll8tbeawttkenod(od orBb0 WanUHl-An honest, onergell young Shoes, belt, gloves and shopping bag " ."- Y' " man to drive delivery waon and .. ... At. a t. . fT.I. ItVb AUUVffVI. w an hi me same eoior, onen an in . exactly tho same leather except the! " " glovos which are of kid or dogskin. "' . - V . Tho easiest and most expensive way' Th Jf " d,ayf 0f 8pr,nS to acquire, these is to glvo an order J lm f"ff t0 l oui for the set. but most women prefer aBd "!li,ixh,,,"lIn a,r.nnd R BHinv. iiuiurau ijjui uuvo jJftiB to buy. soy the shoes and match up the othor things at various shop. Shoes by the way are not quite as ttlinrnK nntntul ttiftt aitrlncr nml io.i ith. . m. ii i 1K te thrown asido and many abed glazed leathers are more In demand ... - , ,. ,. homed up all winter are brought out aad you wonder where they all came from. The heavy wlntor cloth- Ilutto & Wcjideroth Fine wises, liquors and clgarj. Wo handle tho colcbrated Kellog gnnd Castle whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer constantly op draught. South Commercial street. 9-8-lyr Enlarged Our moat market on East State stroet has boeu doubled in Bice and wo nro bettor prepared tkan ever .o aorve cuatomors. Prompt service and tho best of moo,ta our motto. Call or phono 199. II. E. Edwards & Oo, For Hnlo First-class enrpot paper nt 25o for a hltr roll. DRAYMEN. Cummins Rroa,' Transfer Cetnpanj All kinds of transfer work done. Furniture and pianos boxed ready for shipment. Prompt norice la our motto. Stand and office at 253 South Commercial street. Phono 210, Residence Phone 968. RuKgage nnd KxpreM R. N. White, gonoral delivery to any part of the olty on short notice Stnnd in front of Ilarnott's restaurant, Com merelal street. Phone 396. Resi dence phone 690. 2-14-tf work In grocery store. Address, with reference, H. H. Regan, 429 Court atreoK' 3-19-3t Wuuteii Poeltlon by harbor. Write to G. Salem, Or. experienced 11. JohnBon, 3.11.31 HA8IT AND lOOH VMJrOHIKdT Frank M. Ilrowii Manufacturer oi sash, doors, mouldings. All kinds of houso finish and hard woo4 work. Front street, between State and Court. Make all complaint at the office. than euede or dull flnlshos, though In white shoes groat use Is to be made of canvas the coming aeasen. Gloves Wrinkles. I Long gloves are as mush used aa ever- Maize, In lovely soft tones. their flannels. Then a oold wave 'omee and people say that grip Is epidemic. Colds at this season are even rnr dangerous than In mid winter, as there Is mweb more dan ger ef pneumonia. Take Chamber- lolin'o rViiit T?amulv ftnuAVAf ft nil a mauve or lilac more pink than ImJi wf, baye nothBe'to fear. It aI. shadings and greens from Reseda Wik a aoJd to re,uU Jn pneuBJ0Bla myrtle White and blacks are Mt, fcB R wa, Bged , ,eaMflt as much worn la contrast with -, tafce Ch(Jron turaea as formerly though of course . . r . nft. .- -m very uiuon uu u uin ur nmw toilets. The woman who knows how to drees better than her friends at smaller cost, buys the best in glevee OJuDVOnXA. JUarstl Kgutut lMlifcJYMKAWriiwjt C&&ffli PLUMipRfl. Theo. ML, Darr Plumbing, hot water and steam beating and tinning. 104 Commercial" street. Pbona Main 192. 9-1-lyr M. J. Ptftze! Plumbing, steam and gas fitting. Successor to Knox k Murphy, 236 Commercial street, 'Prose Mala 17. TJVK1IY AND FEED HTAItLKa. Livery and Ftd HtaWee Old Post, office Stables, at 264 Ferry street, between Commercial and Front J streets. Telephone 188. Some of the finest liveries In the elty can be fo'und here, Dick Weetacott, proprietor, 1 0-1-1 yr TO OWNERS OF HORSES The undersigned la prepared to break, handle and develop roadsters and trotting horaea. For terms of board and care apply to HAM CA8TO, Fair Grounds, Or. -mmmmmmmm ummwmfKtcHnm.1 mn-imuwxtPILL. iumZ7ZZwr zrrL""??. ?' Wl,,. (wwutu. i, JZJT'izn?'!: !, MxiiMMi WriMw My, w J!-" o T4. Utrtt. f. 'Uh$ikmbfik.$.CStm . $ W, mm iijsBfawiiBaif mi' ; 'i " -.-.-