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BAILT CAPITAL. JOURNAL, fALXU, OSJSOOX, WZDNSSDAT, APRIL 23, 1913.
tags rm Great Spring Time Sale? Fancy silks, stripes, dots and figures. 60c values 45c 85c values 69c Cotton Blankets $2.00 values $1.79 $1.65 values $1.48 $1.50 values-. $1.34 $1.00 values 89 75c Diamond E Brand Golf and Negligee shirts. Great value 49c Nansook Petticoats ONE-HALF PRICE 1-2 Women's Muslin Drawers trimmed with embroidery or lace, with fine tucking. 35c drawers 24c $1.25 Golf and Negligee Shirts, pleated or plain bosom, only 98c DRESS GOODS $2.50 dress goods ....$2.24 $1.50 dress goods ....$1.34 $1.00 dress goods .... .88 .50 dress goods 44 CURTAIN SCRIM 50c values ....42c 40c values J33c 30c values ..23c 25c values 18c 18c values ...14c See our great extra spe cialties in MEN'S SUITS $10 and $15 Our artist will not be in our window any more, but, as we have a few coupons left, he has agreed to finish any work that may come in during the next two weeks, before leav ing the city. Get your coupons and leave your orders here. The Spring Time Sale Will still be continued. All the specials advertised for this sale will be in full effect and there will be A FEW NEW ONES. BUY NOW. SHERIDAN'S SON BACK FROM BIS HONEYMOON UNITED PUSS LEASED WIM. San Francisco, April 23. Lieutenant Philip H. Sheridan, son of General Phil Sheridan, of Civil War fame, ar rived here today on the steamer Lur line. Sheridan is returning from B honeymoon trip to Honolulu, where he was stationed Some years ago. His bride was formerly Miss Isabella Mc Gunnigle, daughter of Colonel McGun nigle, of the Fifth infantry, located at Honolulu. Sheridan is an officer of the Fifth cavalry, and was attached to the president's staff during the Roose velt administration. speaker of the occasion at a banquet of Oregon progressives, to be held here some time after the primary election an . May 3. T. B. Neuhausen, state chairman of the progressive party, will ask Colonel Hoosovelt to send a promt not progressive speaker for the ban quet, and Bevoridge is the man most desired. However, the selection will be left entirely with Mr. Roosevelt. SPOKANE MATOE TO EXPLAIN THE SYSTEM (united rnass lusid wiu. Portland, Ore., April 23. Mayor W. J Ilindley, of Spokane, will be the chief b peak or at a meeting to be held here Friday under the auspices of the charter revision committee. He will relate how the commission form of government works in Spokane, and will discuss the preferential system of vot DIED. BARNES. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Baker, 545 Court street, Wednesday, April 23, 1913, shortly after midnight, Miss Eliza Barnes, aged 83 years and 6 months. Funeral services will be held at the residence Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment in City View cemetery. Gossip is a cartridge fired from the gun of idle curiosity. Beveridge May Speak. UNITtD mrss UiS"ID WIS!. Portland, Ore., April 2.1. Ex-Senator Beveridge, of Indiana, may be the Croisan-Low Realty Co. Bargains in 10-acre tracts. We have five 10-scre tracts, situated 1 miles from city limits, on Turner road. Price per tract from (1500 to $1200, accord ing to location; will sell on reasonable terms. Call and investigate. List your property with ui. CROISAN-LOW REALTY 00. Rooms 311-313 Masonic Temple. Rostein & Greenbaum SOME OE OUR BARGAINS $1.25 House Dress es for 90c 42 1-2 in. embroid ery, only 42c yard Large Bed Spread 60i $1.00 Bed Spread 80c $1.25 Bed Spread....$1.00 Rompers, 22c $1.50 and $2.00 Children's Oxfords $1.00 per Pair Boys' Ovei alls, 38c Muslin Combina tion Suits, 50c New Corset Cov ers, 25c Ladies' White Shirt Waists, nice new style waists, only $1.00. 50c pair Lace Curtains at 40c 75c pair Lace Curtains at 60c $1.00 pair Lace Curtains at 75c $1.25 pair Lace Curtains at $1.00 $1.50 and $1.75 Lace Curtains at $1.25 MILLINERY This most popular department now at its best. You are invited to visit us. Nice hats, ready-to-wear or shapes. Big display of flowers. All new. The best goods at reasonable prices. We make a specialty of children's hats. See the little hats for the little tots at little prices 240 and 246 N. Commercial Street JIMWILLS0N 12'a acres, 9 clear, new 4-room house, quarter milo from station on Orogon Electric, south, 5 miles from Salem, $2500. Vj acres at station on Oregon Elec tric, 4 miles north of Salem, all in fruit 5-room bungalow, new. Price only $2500. Some1 of the best land in the Waldo Hills, lj miles from Shaw, cut into 10 acre tracts, on main road, $100 per acre, $200 cash, balance $10 per month. 10 per cent discount to the first one to build on those tracts. JIM WILLSON 141 North High St. Bechtel & Bynon's Bargains HOUSES. We have a number of good buys in houses. Each day some one who is in need of money comes to us to dispose of their propertioe. We can show a number of houses that are well worth your attention. LOTS. We have lots in all the best addi tions in the city. If you want to lmili, let us show you what we have in the way of vacant lots. SMALL TRACTS. If you want a 5-, 10-, 15- or 20 acre tract, you should see what wo have to offer. We have a numbor.which can lie sold on extremely easy terms, espe cially if the pnrchasor will improve. BOTTOM LAND. 40 acres of rich bottom land, all but three acres under cultivation; three miles from Salem on good road. This is especially adapted to loganberries, hops, nlfnlfa or peaches. Joins one of the largest hop yards in this vicinity. Near electric, station and school. Price $0000. SUBDIVISION PROPOSITION. 30 acres on the Oregon Eloctrio three miles from Salem, one-quarter mile to station, on a hill overlooking the val ley; 10c fare to Salem. This is worthy of investigation. Price $7200. FARMS. We have farms in all parts of the county. Large or small, it makes no difference to ue, we can supply your needs. Now is the time to get s farm. We have a splendid lot of monoy-making farms on our lists which wo can show at any time. The roads aro good now and we can show you a number of the best buys In the county. Below is a list of farms that are exceptionally good bargains and we have only a few "days in which to sell them at the present price: No. 1100 acres, 2j miles from Sa lem on main road, 70 acres undor cul tivation, balance timber and pasture, running water, 7-room new, modern bungalow, new barn, othor outbuildings, well, spring, only $123 per aero, terms. No. 252 acres, 8 miles from Salem, 2.1 acre under cultivation; 10 acres set to prunes, balance pasture and tim ber; small house, barn, outbuildings; fenced; water piped to house and barn. With the place is good team, harness, wagon, 4 cows, 2 heifers, 15 hogs, 90 chickens, 30 cords wood, all Implements and household goods; all goes for $4, 500. terms on part. See Scott. No. 345 acres, flij miles from Sa lem, Vi mile from B. R. dopot, all un der cultivation but 12 acres, new 6 rnom plastered house, new barn, chicken house; all fenced with woven wire fence; running water, well; about 6 acres set to fruit; all the stock and implements go with place. This Is a snap at $5200. See Mr. Scott. Bechtel & Bynon 347 State St. phone 432 SAYS TEDDY S PARTY Idaho Man Tells How Republican Gov ernor and Legislature Left Noth ing to Kick About. J. A. Blomquist and A. P. Hainstedt, who have been here from Boise, Idaho, to investigate the system of conducting the offices of the railroad commission, and tax commission, left for home this afternoon. They have acquired a lot of knowledge which will be of great value to them in carrying on the work of the new utilities commission and tax com mission of the state of Idaho. Idaho is enjoying a healthy growth, Mr. Blomquist stated, and while the immigration is not nearly so heavy as that coming to Oregon, the development of the state is rapid. ' . "The so-called Progressive party has been practically wiped out in Idaho," said Mr. Blomquist today. "Governor Haynes, Republican, got so many Pro gressive measures through the, legisla ture during the last session that there is practically nothing left to kick about. In the legislature the Progres sive party men lost their identity com pletely. Only a handful of Democrats had been elected, and the Republicans, with a large working majority in both houses, enacted some of the most radi cally Progressive reform measures in the history of the state. ; "The Democrats are badly split, fol lowing the fight over patronage, and heavy party losses are predicted. Be cause of the quarrels of former Senator Dubois and others, patronage worth nbout $100,000 a year remains in the hands of Republicans. The dealock seems likely to continue indefinitely." Tho Idaho men deeply appreciated the courtesies extended them by the railroad commission and tax commission hero. SEED IS READY. After April 23 Teachers May Send for It at Local Bank. On and after Wednesday, April 23, tho seed of the popcorn contest of schools will be ready for distribution. Teachers may sond in or call for the seed at the Capital National bank at Salem on or after that date. This seed has been put up in pack ages, each containing four ounces, or approximately 1000 kernels. The con testants agree to plant this seed upon a plot of ground not exceeding 1000 square feet and exhibit tho product in the ear at the Salem school fair to bo held in Salem during the third week in September, 1913. Fifty dollars in prizes are to be given away for the best and largest oxhibit of corn, judg ing to be under the supervision of the Oregon Agricultural college. Every school boy or girl in Marion couuty is eligible to enter this con test, and if, for any reason, any one has not had an opportunity to sfgn an application blank, they may write or call at the Capital National bank at Salem and blanks will be furnished them. Many applications are being re ceived daily, and it ia expected that about 500 pupils will enter tho contest. All entry blanks should be signed and sent in before May 1. Funeral of J. L. Nojres. The funeral of J. L. Noyes, who died at his home at 1472 State street, April 21, 1913, was held at the home this morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. R. N. Avison, of whose church he -was a member, conducted the ser vices. ; Jason Lee Noyes, who was named for the great missionary, was born in Lew is county, New York, January 10, 1839. He was married to Leve Jane Mun- ger, .December 11, 1S59. In the spring of 1880 he was among the earliest set tlers in Eingsburk county, South Da kota, whore he lived until coming to Oregon in 1897. Through all his life he was a consist- tent Christian and faithful friend, as well Ra a kinc), loving husband and father, and though nearly helpless for almost a year, he was ever most patient in his suffering. He is survived by his wife and four children, O. A. Noyes, of 8haw, Oregon; Mrs. A. H. Bunn, and Mrs. M. C. Pet teys, both of Polk county, and C. J. Noyes, of Ervin, South Dakota, all of whom were with him at the last. His oldest son crossed, the bar before him at the' age of 23. . Only One Train South. Considerable complaint is hoard among local business men because there is only one opportunity to send mail south each day. The Shasta Limited, leaving Salem at 6:38 p. m., is the only southbound train to be depended upon to carry mail and while there are other southbound trainB carrying mail it is said that the mail is never taken to such trains. As the arrangements now stand, it is alleged that a southbound letter dropped in a down town box af ter 6 o'clock, would not leave Salem un til 6:38 tho following evening. The matter is causing much unfavorable criticism. Funeral Yesterday. The remains of Mrs. Anna J, John son were laid to roBt in City View cem etery yestorday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The funeral services were held from the residonce at 256 North Twenty-first streot, Rev. Davis Errett officiating. Special music was rendered by Mrs. Carloton Smith, who sang "Sweet Peace the Gift of God's Love." The pall-bearers were G. W. Johnson, Claude A. Johnson, George Graben horst, William Grabenhorst, Charles Grabenhorst and Eugene Grabenhorst. SAY JOHNSON IS JUST PLAYING POLITICAL GAME Iokitsd raiss taisii wiai. . Washington, April 23. Declaration that state politics are behind Califor nia's anti-alien land bill, now pending before the California legislature, was Professor Oaten Dead. Seattle, Wash., April 23. Thomas Milton Gatch, aged 80, former presi dent of the University of Washington and the Oregon Agricultural College, one of the most prominent educators of tho Pacific coast, died of valvular heart disease at 5 o'clock lust evening in his home here. Ho had been seriously ill for several weoks. Seed Planting; Time '. ', Only good and reliable seeds at jj FLETCHER &BYRD 349 North Commercial Streot. Cabbage, tomato and kale plants, I seed corn, etc. Bee and Poultry Supplies Got Our Catalogue Freo. R II ri M ri n n if ti II in H n M M M M 11 II II II 11 11 u n n u II H n H if ii w u ii ii ii H H UMMMMailMUyWldUwMlUMiiJ M IP I Mad In flyrarune g ' ttjffW This World Is full of golden oppor tunities, if you men would only wake up and take advantage of them. DO you know that you jcnn get a suit of clothes ' of the highest quality, combined with style and service for $20 Drop in and let us prove it Indian Mocca sins For growing feet For tired feet Light, Soft, 1 neV Comfortable, i Noiseless, Tough Ale Cheap. Buy them for the children. Buy them for yourself. You will like them. Our stock is new all sizes for men and women as well as chil dren priced accordingly. $1.00 to $1.75 a pr Boys Will Be Boys Is! 15c So the saying goes. Dress the little fellow in appropriate regalia and allow them the free dom that young blood requires. We carry a very complete line of Boys' and Girls "Overalls, Children's Creepers, Rompers and Play Suits. These are well made of good, serviceable materi als and very reasonably priced. Sizes-age 2 to 8 years Buys a good waist for a boy. These are the regular 25c waist band waists as illustrated, each .'. 15c 50o grade of the same style to close them out, each 25c. Sizes age four to fourteen years. About fifty extra quality boys' Golf shirts, sizes 12& to 14. Always sold at 50c, to close out lot, now 25c ii u ii H ii ii H Hi I voiced to President Wilson here today by Theodore A. Bell and Congressman Kettner, of California. Telegrams were produced to back up their allegations. It was suggested to President Wilson by Boll and Kettner that Governor Johnson and the progressives of Cali fornia are trying to force the admin istration to interfore in alien land leg islation in the same manner in which former President ' Roosevelt was forced to interfere. . i- Journal Want Ads Bring Beuntts. Everybody's Doin' It Doin' What? BUYING LAWN MOWERS OF Ray LFarmer Hardware Company Comer Court and Commercial Streets. Phone 191 Why? Because they have the right goods at the right prices. Investigate and see for yourself. M n ii ia n ri ti ii ii ii ii M RI M 11 II SALEM WOOLEN MILLS STORE STAY OUT OF DOORS It is no longer necessary to stay in a hot stuffy kitchen or laundry to do ironing. AN ELECTRIC IRON Can be attached ' to the porch light, or you can get a long extension cord and iron where it is most pleasant) out of doors. It not necessary to stand for hours, either. An electric iron makes it possible to be comfortable while you work. IRON WHERE THE BREEZES BLOW THE ELECTRIC CO.