Newspaper Page Text
DAIbV CAPITAL J'JlItNAL, SALEM, OltEGOX, FMIUV, MAKC1I 20, 1U00.
BUY READ'S DRESS GOODS For Your EASTER GOWN We have positively the largest and most attractive assortment of Dress Goods ever shown In Salem. Heads Dress Goods always mean a fabric that Is unequuled by any other make. The now wonvos and favorite eha'dos are nrattlor this yor than ever. - Ue sure that your Eastar gown Is from our stocR of lUmil's Dross Goods. Sutlsfnotlon guaranteed. If You Want Your Gown An Artistic Success Huw it fitted out n HOV.I WOHCKS'i Kit COKSKT. Royal Worcester Corsets Are THE CORSETS Thf will nlv. )imi the latot effort In figure. Royal Worcester Corsets are ox tromely cctmfortnliltV fthllo-thoy produce all of the 'slender offoot demandftd by fashlou'a dlo tata. Wo have Just received u large Hhlpmunl of the Itoyul Worcester (ii'ps ami want you to prove all ue of them. Baby Furnishings That are ?o prett we are sure thj look Just like that sweet baby of yours. Xo matter how dainty j'ou want your Unby'a bonnot or w . other wiNtrlng ajiparul, wo am sure you will "be highly pleased with what we have for Haby. New Ruchings Sueh dainty and pretty niching that they make one think of some pretty flower lustoad of an article of lre. We have largo assort ment of thifco attraatlvu.j'uculngs. which wo have Just received, but In order to secure the most deslr- able you had better cumo now ! JAMES BRYCE, THE ENGLISH AMBASSADOR, DELIVERS LECTURE (United Press Leased Wire.) Deraeley, Cal., Mardh 26. Consid ered toda one of the world's great est thinkers on questions of bocIiU economics and world history, Jaines Dncc, Urnlsh ambassador to the t nlted States, hns aroused great In terest and discussion hero b his loc turo before the faculty and students of the PailTii Theological seminar In Hearst hall last night. He spoke of Relations of ethics and rollglon before the appearance of Christian ity ' and in part said: e understand religion to monn the conception man forms of the Deity his Idea of his own rotation to the unseen power that govurns tho universe Uj ethics or morality will be understood man's conception of Ills i elation to his fellow creatures and of the duties he owes them. The re sults of this view of his relation to others appears In the conduct of his life That conduct Is also Influenced b his religious beliefs: so the sub ject to be considered Is the Influence of both taken together on the nctunl i otuluct and behavior of men. Most of us now mink religion and morality to be practically Inseparable. Hut this has not always bcon so. i hero have been rollglons in which thero was vory llttlo morality, faiths in which belief had told vor little upon practice. There have been sys tems of morality which could hardly be said to tost upon religion, systems at am into. In which the Idoa of any Delt to whom mnn was responsible was extreme! faint and dim. In order to understand the Influ ence which Christianity hns oxorted on morallt) It Is necessnr) to know something of the religions and ethi cal systems of tho ancient world be fore Christianity appeared. Hefore Christianity ethics were a tntrnl power in tho activities of man. We find plenty of schools of phllos cpln many schools of thought, many louceptlons of a Deity, but In all tho writings or the ancients we find an appreciation of the Influence of moral power Plato may not hnve belloved in our divinity, but ho had a definite lomletloii of a divine power and a well defined conception of the inoial relation of man to man " side of tho question "Resolved, That, waiving .constitutionality, tho federal government should Impose n progressive Incomo tax on all Incomoj above n certain specified amount." v The surprise or tho dobato was .ho action of the Washington d. haters In upsetting Oregon's argument by turn ihg tho Issue on the question of n pro portional tax. Tho local men were not prepared for Mich a turn, so that their argument for n progressive tax became weak. H L. .lame was the leader of tha Washington team and Josso II. Uond Headed the other sldo. ihh m ! wwm imf t f t iiii J.LSTOCKTON THE OLD WHITE CORNER A Hurry Up Coll. Quick! Mr. Druggist Quick!--A box of Ducklcn's Arnica Salve Hero's a quarter For tho lovo of Moeos, hurry! Baby's burned hln telf, terribly Johnnlo's cut his foot with tho axe Mamie's scalded Pn can't walk from pllos Dllllo bus bolls and my corns ache. Sho sot It and soon cured all tho family, its , tho greatest healer on earth. So1 J ' by J C. Perry. JOJNESMAYYETGO TO THE WHITE SOX Sentllo. March 2C. Tho reports from Portland that Fielder Jonos, tho f treat bateball manager and player, b irretrievably lost to the Chicago White Sox are not entlroly corroot, according to a statement made by Owner Clinrle Comlsky today. Comlsky as that the matter watt not definitely settled at tho mooting ho held with Joneu In Portland yoi terday. Jonoe told Comlsky that, if It was poeelble for him to get awuy from hU business In the Oregon oily, he would return and lead tho Whlto Sox for one year moro. Tho "Old Roman" denies the story ent out from Portland to the effftot that Jonoe offerod him $250,000 for a half interost, in the Chicago club. Comlsky today announced that thd White Sox will upend two weeks 'it Seattle during their training porlod next iprliiR. arriving here March 24, and playing a aeries of gamos with President Dougdale'a team. Using thi ttqr as a basis of opeiatlons, they wttl YisH Taeoma and Vancouver 1 Luc a County, 88. Frank J. Cheney makee oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of i . J. Cheney & Co., doing business lu the city of Toledo, county an 4 tate aforeeald, and mat said firm w-lil pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOliLAHS for each and every ease of catairh that cannot bo curod by tlu use of HnU'u Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHBNEY. sworn to botore me and subscribed In my pfeeonao this Gth day of De eember. A. O. iSSti. A. . Uleason, (Soal) Noury Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in tornally. and .acU directly on the blood and muoous surfaces of tho system. Send for teetlmonlala free. F. J. CHLWRY & CO , Toledo. O Sold by nil drujslsts. 7fc 'lake Hall's Family Pills for rci,. stlpatlon. ill Make Any (I'liiniciit. S M Chung &. Cth Is n Japanese firm that has recently located In Sa lem for the pifrpose of making "lln- geiie. ' that la. all the delMte little in tlilfK that women adorn them Helves with They mako anvthliiK a woman want. SiilrtwalHU mado to meaauro. or anything else, and they hnvo glrle to took after their cus tomers, tako ntMHHree and' to make things that fit. It Is a new luiluatry, but ought to be iirofltablf Salem Hotel Am'vnK Cottage Qrovo Andy Arnold and wife, George Cttshman, Arthur Ulack OlvMlltlln U'nnt. n 11 rn.t.. II bort Caurtmnn, John II. Bushong, Aiex. t'oner and son, Jay, Tom Rose man. Red DlufTs, Cnl. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thlolmnn. 8. A. Harris. 13'.itte. Mont. DuVu Holllster and family. Fnlls City. Or. D. D. Klrkmnn, Nathan Willis. La Grande, Or. (leorgo Holcombc, Mr. nnd Mr. J. H. Loadbettor. Spokane Daniel McAllister, Hal. Llonnl. Onkland- A. F. Senm, Mrs, Julia Cluslor. Ornnd Rondo Fred A. Sitrgont. Portland T. h, Perkins, J. O. Johnson, I). 0. Horren nnd wifo, W. O. Hnrshaw, R. L. Johns, Claud T. Anson nnd wife, Frnnk Kennedy, Win. It. Shreovos, L. P. Jeffrlo. Day City-It. R. Thointimin. A. inompson. Oregon City Rus llenv's, Arthur Mallory, Medford. Or. W W Ynimo nn wire. Al. Danlols. Peter McVrnckon. I uanioru. t;ai. .Mr. and Mr. G. II. linker. L. D. linker and wifo. Sonttlt Hrnost Smith, R. M. Joe ly'n. F. Locke. Dallas, Or. Henry A. tludlong HMiop o o to Home. Los Angelo, Cnl March 25. An uoiincemetit wns inndo hero toiny! that the Right Rov. Bishop Conatv ' will go abroad th's spring, and It !' understood thnt ho will visit the. Vatican befme his return. Dlohop County will Join members of his fam ily in Italy The tlmo for tho pnrty't return has rot been decided. gBl V r ggflgflggK?7 gfl ggRgggBgHgv ngggggggggngr k flgggggggSK QPHJPSf7 '.kiBgfV.' UgeKRtllvnglggai. ' S:9 Your New Spring. Suit Is Ready for You Isn't It about tlmo you wore getting It? You'll find It among those beautiful new colorings on our clothing tables' and tho prlco Is Is so low this season that you won't want us to keop It long for J on after you sco It once. MUX'S CLOTH IX this Spring Is more sightly tlinn over boforo. becauso unusual attention hns boon mid to the finish of ovory garment. , Brandegee, Kincaid & Co. Clothing Holds Its Bhnpo bettor thnn ordinary inuknN becauso It'a built right all through. This factory combines choice fabrlou, high grndo lin ings and trlmmlngc, and auporlor workmanship, which means ab solute satisfaction from ovory suit. t JS tr'sieds B?-&. Z7 . f?v a w& Us0sre i &&&!'. cZareSi'. ' mmm The reason our prices are lowor than at 'regular stores" la be- X T eniiso wo do a strictly spot cash IiuhIiiuhh and our business man- t ngement Is economical, J Waiklifil the Stri-ots ' Tht- Olrni espfilmfiit f riuwUtax and tb reeult wu that thin method the paved !" uiude luat night of cleaning the mreets will nobabl by ChiVf of the Km- Uepaitweat Jack be adopted hereafter Vory little Darr and his. helpt-rs Two aeetlona tiiur was taken up for the lieanlnx f of ! were put in action on State the two blocks, and the p&fveuaent Street between Commercial and High ' wac thoroughly wastied AVER'S E-iAIR VIGOR Stops Fwllirnr Hair An Clccant Drcaalnx Destroys Dandruff Makes tiulr Grow Docs not Color the Hair IH'1"'T I .!! Viu WASHINGTON WINS DEBATE OVER U. OF 0. Unlvi'rlt of Oregon, Bugono, Or., kiIVII .. lltjrv 1U liuilllt iuu uv- bato iH-tweeii the university of Ore gon und the University of Washing ton last night are unanimous oday in the declaration that tho victory won by the Washington dobators It ono that they Bhould be proud of The vote of the judg- wiu two to nno in their favor Oregon nupported the nlllnnailv" Your Examination of Our Silverware in our to k of silverware ou Mill flifll rvpieiieiiiatlve patterns of the loading maker, rich hi dualgu .nid genuinely different from the o nil am and trite. Why not when "Spring cleanliiK. ' replrrfi those broken set of table nil W"."aiv and have your aldebourd und table displays of beauty ami refliiH-ment? Compleie stocks and moderate ilciti Barr 's JEWELERS WANTED! 1ff HiicrlAo To clean and overhaul UU OlCyCieS f0r Hie season's riding. Our Inducements-KnDctr,mcn Call up Call up 363 tf&&hhMX. 363 we will call for srczWL?itAjJfi muIII call for and deliver your wheel SALEM, OHCQON. and dcHver vour vhcl i mmmmmm MM 1 m-m 4 t- -JW Common Sense In the Kitchen There isn't aiy let-up ti hrrm-. vvn k. fne tmee meals must be piopaied every day in tho yenri You cannot uet out of that, but u i.m -u.ike it iiei and do it in half tho usual time. . Think how lo-iy it v, you jeT leady to do your work tho way you aro doing it now to colloct all tho uton- s Is and materials, and put them away again some in tho pantry, somo in tho cupboard nnd somo In othor places .round tho kitchon, THAT IS THE BIGGEST PART OF THE WORK the most disagroenblo part. It Is tho part of tho work that a Hoosior Kitchon Cabinet doos away with, by grouping materials and u tonsils in ono complete combination pantry and kitchon ta ble so you can do your work all In ono placo. It will give you half tho tlmo you now spond in the kitch en for other things. It is not the actual work that UtkM Uw. biggest part ot youi time it Is getting ready for it and putting things away. Como into our storo. Let us show you a short cut in kitchen work show you how you can have a noaV orderly kitchen with half the work and at a vory small expense, I gpilte JHgipBI Hi II 'I I I t li 1 Ci" ? ' r I S" 'liSl n 'I I illii-'j-ir -gg1 rgr---?J4i'. iy j ' THE uosier Kitchen Cabinet twoxm MODERN HOTEL BUILDING' 0 150 ROOMS Ij m m Delbb'3 v rfeniBe r. i-n t HE Aa r iHSA" immmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmtmmummwnmmmunwmmmimnmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmammm