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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, O&EOOK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1913.
r M 1.1 11 II II n ii u El 11 El El n ri El El M 11 II n ri El El ii ri El ii El ii 11 El m wm mm ml tin mii mm mm mm mm mm m m an a m ii mm i For Today's Shopper Special price continue in each and every department of Sa lem' Big Department Store. Supply present and future need now. Reduced price on Women' and Misses' Suit and Coats Drestes, Skirt, Waist, Underwear also cut priced Special prices on Dress Goods, Linens, Domestics, Embroid eries, Handkerchiefs and numerous other lines. Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings specially low priced. Shoes and Slippers also may be purchased now at a considerable saving. The House of Quality Jl.y IlOOODlOOODS KZLs The Home of Satisfaction 3 M El El It El U m 11 El 11 11 H El 11 li EI II 13 13 U El 13 Capital City Brevities I Special meeting of Salem Lodge No. 4 and Pacific Lodge No. 50, A. F. & A. M., i this evening, Installation of officer. Visiting brother welcome. Dr, F. L. Utter, dontlst. Mason lo bldg Mine Viola Sherman loft today for her home in Oak Orovo, after spending the holidays with friends in this city and Silverton. Furniture bargains at the big clear ance sale. Buren & Hamilton. Miss Mao Fottyjohu is in Portland today visiting and shopping. Hon. C. P. Olson, of Portland, is in tin) city looking after businoss mat. tors. Dr. E. E, C'ablo and wife, of Portland, arc in the city visiting frionds this week, Dig pro-inventory clcaranco Balo of homo furnishings now in progress at Buren & Hamilton's. Mr. ond Mrs. J. G. Iddings, of Wood burn, woro in tho city yostorday visit ing. A reply asking that tho case of C. B. Case against Jeanotte C. Dickinson t Dr. F. L. Utter, dentist. Masonic bldg ui. MendelBoan fit eye correctly. U. S. Bank building. Liberal reduction on all kind of home furnishings. Visit the big clear ance sale. Buren ft Hamilton. Logan and Miss Leslie Stinson have gone to Sublimity to visit friends for a few days. Mrs. T. M. Jones, of this city, is en tertaining Mrs. T. H. Adams and sous, of Vancouver, "Wash. Don't miss this chance to save mon ey on home furnishings. Attond the big clearance sale. Buron & Hamilton. After boing coufined to hor homo with illness for two weeks, Miss Fern Hobbs, Governor West's private secre tary, is a;jiiin able to bo on duty. An answer to the complaiut in the case of the Fnlls City Lumber Co. against A. E. Simmons, ct al., was filed in tho circuit court yesterday by the defendants, in which all of the allega tions aro denied, and the court asked to dismiss the suit. County Attorney Ringo yesterday fil- n!., oo dismissed, was filed In the clr- ed a demurrer in the circuit court in cuit court yostorday by tho plaintiff, jtlic onse of 0. 1. Bask in against Marion Do you need any furniture, stoves, county in which tho defendant allege carpets or rugst Save niouoy by buy- "'0 plaintiff has shown no cause for ac- ing at the big sale. Buren & Hamil ton. Mrs. Ti. B. Colbath and Miss Camllle Colbath spent Christmas with the for mer's parents, Mr. and Mis. W, A. Thrift, in Albany, returning huiiiu Inst evening. Mr .and Mrs. .Juo Heese left this morning for Mini Francisco, where they will make their futuro homo. Mr. and Mrs, Heese aro well known in this city ami their ninny friends wish them suc cess in their now field. The good roads banquet, which is to be held at Ht. Paul, Or., today, will be attended by Fred 8. Ilynon, K. Hofer and Luther .). Chapin, The banquet Is being conducted by the Ht. Paul Com mercial ('lull. Dependable homo furnishings nt re markably low prices during our pre Inventory clcaranco snlo, Buren & 1 1 ii m i It on. The Salem Commercial Club todny re ceived a telegram from the Portland ( oniiiiereinl Club In which tho former is requested to tnke some active Interest iu tli movement now on foot for the es tablishment of a regional reserve bnnk in Portland. Tho local organization this morning sent telegrams to William Me Ad no, secretary of the treasury, and I'avid F, Houston, secretary of agrleul tine, in which the plans woro ratified, Opening of eighth series. Series No, 8 of the Mutual Savings and Loan As sociation will be opened on January 3, KM 4, Applications for stock In tho as sot ml ion may be made at tho office of the secretary, 27.1 State street, or to authorised solicitors. A. A, Lee, president. tlon In his complaint. Itaskin is seek ing to recover money alleged duo him for labor performed for tho county. This is a knock made by opportuni ty at your door. Open the door to hor by attonding tho big clearance snlo nt Buren & Hamilton's. Mr, .1. li, Hetinick and wife, of Belle foiilnlne, Ohio, who havo been in tho city for tho past week, an guests of Mr. P.. It. Ryan, loft this morning for Los Angeles and Riverside, Cnl. Mr. Ren nick reports having enjoyed bis visit here Immensely, in spito of the muddy roads encountered on tho many trips to surrounding points. Somo well-intentioned lawyer hns evi dently taken some property from Judgo Galloway's library which docs not be long to him, according to the judgo to day. Volumes 37, ,18, 30 and -11 of tho Oregou Reports, aro missing and Judge Galloway hiis so far been unable to lo cate them, The court requests the law years having occasion to practice in his court to check over their books and as certain whether or not tho missing vol umes aro among them. A party composed of Mr. and Mr. P K. Fullertoii, W, . Snllwnod, Joseph G ruber, J. 1). Riley and It. V. Stoudcn mover left, yesterday for Long Beach, Wash., where they will visit tho cran berry iniirsli owned by the North Const Cranberry Co., a Salem organization. The funeral of the Into James Bnra gor, the civil war veteran, who died hero on Christinas day, was held from the undertaking parlors of Rigdon &' Richardson this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. P, a Knight conducted tho services. o: "Tl-i BUNDAY AND MONDAY. Extra Special Vllngraph feature in three reels. E WRECK" The most thrilling ami sensational picture ever shown nt the Globe. A picture with an entirely resl head-on collision between an eugiuo and a train. The collision alone cot the company 10,000, Harry, Mary, and Anita Stuart Are featured In this great production. Remember the dates Ht'NDAY AM) MONDAY ONLY. A snappy Kssanay comedy will be .how it In addition to this big pro gram. SAME PRICE 10 CENTS Howard McNauIty and family, of Harrisburg, are in the city visiting friends for a few days. Attorney Nathan Smith returned to his home in Portland this morning, af ter spending a short vacation here. A profitable investment a few min utes of you time spent in our store dur ing the big sale. Buren & Hamilton. Attorney Bigelow, of Portland, was a businoss visitor at the state house this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Robertson left this morning for Portland, where they will remain over Sunday visiting friends and rolatives, The home of Mrs. Ruth Sayre, on East Chemekcta street, was the scene of a merry gathoring Christmas eve, at a family Christmas tree, followed Christ mas day by a dinner. Covers were laid for 12 of tho gucHts, Including the im mediate family and a fow invited friends. Dospito the fact that the local post office realized the largest patronage in its history during the past week, but Bix parcels were lost, and theso went astray owing to the senders failing to properly addross the packages. The Christmas nmh is now over, and tho tired clerks havo a little timo to draw a full breath. The stnto printing board will con sider at its next meeting a request from Arthur Brock, foreman under State Printer Harris, for an increnso of 2ii cents per day in the wages of tho em ployes of the stnto printing office. Printers of Salem will get an increase of 25 cents per day January 1, and the state employes want a similnr raise. The state printer Is In favor of the in crease. After tho regular meeting Inst night of DoMolay Commandory No. 5, K. T., the following officers were elected mid Installed: Eminent commander, F, R. Davis; generalissimo, H. E. Clay; onp-tain-general, Jos. Bernnrdl; excollent prolate, 0. It. Burnett; senor wnrden, IT. 0. Beyer; junior warden, Jonathan Bourne, Jr.! treasurer, A. B. Huddle son; recorder, Frank A, Turner; stand ard bearer, J. P, Fri7.oll; sword bear er, A. L. Frazer; warder. Glen C. Niles, and sentinel, Henry Sehoeniaker. Tn 1004 E. B.- Tongue brought suit against the State Board of Agricul ture for $130, alleged to be duo as a premium or stake in a race at the state fnir, in which Tonguo's horse got first place, and wns supposed to also get first money. He also sued for $(13 on an assigned claim from the owner of the horse taking second place In the same race. Tho ense came up on de murrer, which the supremo court re versed, and the case wns reiiinuded to the circuit court for trinl. Recently Judge Kelly discovered it, nnd ordered the plaintiff to show cause why It should not be dismissed. It will prob ably be tried out on its merits in the near future. "Look for tho Flying Eagle." It N a guarantee of the best motion pictures from the world' irrentest producers. " Ye Liberty leads." Social dance in M. B. A. hall, Che maws, New Year'seve, December 31. Regular dance tonight at armory. Gentlemen 50c. Ladies free. The funeral of Elsie Grace May was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence at 1265 Norway street. Rev. G. Schunke conducted the services and the remains were buried in Loe Mission cemetery. - According to the plans now being made by the members of the Salem Gun club, that organization will soon have a club house on its shooting grounds near the fair grounds. The club will hire a man to care for the establish ment, and some big shoots are prom ised in the near future. The members will work now to secure the annual spring shoot for this city, and, in the event they are successful, some elabor ate preparations will be made to receive and entertain the many prominent men and women who will take part in the affair. The following new members were en rolled on the books at the promotion department of the Salem Commercial club yesterday: B. A. Harris, A. W. Crawford, T. K. Campbell, Anderson Steel Furnace & Boiler Works, Salem Fuel Yard, B. K. Lawson, E. F. Carlton, Dr. G. V. Ellis, Dr. 0. L. Scott, J. G, Heltzel, B. W. Macy, Dr. M. P. Men delsohn, . J. A. Pooler, Capital City Creamery, C. M. Lockwood, George Hobson, H. G. Meyer ft Co., L. L. Rob inson, Ben F. West, R. F. Peters, L. S. Barnes and W. S. Bowen. The com mittee which has been working to build up tho membership list has been very successful of late, and many valuable name are being added to the roll daily. NOTICE. Drs. Dnrby & Burton will remove their office from the Thompson build ing to their new offices in rooms 206-7-8, U. S. Bank building, January 1, 1914. 'HAPPY" REMEMBERED. Frank Ward, the deservedly popular secretary of the Elks' club, and one of the best old scouts who ever relieved a brother in distress, is "Happy" today. The reason why is that a bunch of good fellows got tngother and presented Mr, Ward with a handsome and appro priately engraved gold cased knife just as a little Xmas present. Bon Colbath made the presentation speech, nnd those who heard him say he did tho honors in fine shapo. Brother Elks will find Mr. Wnrd at his desk until 9 o'clock tonight enough said. (Continued from pace one. Chicago hospital. I hope to be suffi ciently recovered to return to Calumet before the angry minors do anything to injure themselves." Will Remove Bullets. Tho two bullets in tho fleshy pnrt of Moyor's back, it was said, would be re movod this aftomoon. He suffered more pain, however, where the third ball ripped his scalp, His face and body, too, were shockingly bruised. Tanner, though also badly bruised, was not shot. He asserted that the attack on him self and Moyor was part of an effort by Citizens' Alliance members to use the ChriBtmas tragedy as a means to end tho strike. Their theory, he belioved, was that if Moyor and himself were eliminated, the strikers would accept outside aid and return to work, Shoriff Denies Story. Culuniot, Mich., Doc. . 27. Sheriff Cruzc, of Houghton countv, issued a positivo denial today that President Moyor, of the Wenteru Federation of Miners, was assaulted, shot and expell ed from the copper country. The wholo affair, ho declared, was a "frame up" to Rain sympathy, lie had Investigated carefully, he said, and had failed to substantiate the mine lender's story. Mover's account, however, was gen erally belioved here. Tho deportation, It was said at union headquarters, was planned two weeks ago and it was as serted that two previous attempts had been made and failed. "Look for the Flying Eagle," YE LIBERTY Wednesday and Thursday Daniel Frohman presents . LILLIE LANGTR The world-renowned actress, in her strong play of socie ty life. "HIS NEIGHBOR'S WIFE" A Pr?d4ctIon of unrivaled merit, produced by the most wonderful company of artists in the world ( THE FAMOUS PLAYERS' COMPANY. "YE LIBERTY LEADS" WEXFO RD FOUR DAYS BEGINNING SUNDAY The Colonial Players in The Girl of the Golden West A specially staged production of this famous drama in three acts. SPECIAL SCENERY. EXTRA PEOPLE. The chance of a lifetime to see this great play at pop ular prices. 10 AND 20 CENTS Four reels of feature pictures in addition. BIRTHS. SWABB. To Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Swabb, De- i cember 25, at the residence, Twenty- j second street and Turner road, a boy, 7Vi ponuds. I DEATH NOTICES. LA FONTAINE. At his home at. Chemeketa, Or., Fri day, December 26, Narcisse La Fon taine, aged 79 years. Deceased leaves a wife and five chil dren. Funeral services will be hold Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, intorment tak ing place in the St. Paul cemetery. SERVICE. At a local hospital Doeember 26, 1913, Olaf Scrvick, aged 21 years. The funeral was held from the Cot tage undertaking parlors today at 1 p. m. PIANOS 10R SALE. Having received a shipment of pianos direct from the factory, will give the purchaser the benefit of factory prices. Don't fail to call and get prices and terms. Call evenings between 6 and 9, or write, Frank Dorsey, 220 North Front street, Salem, Oregon. Leave orders for tuning. NOTICE. Party getting flue expander from Liberty Machine Shop must return samo at once or the shoriff will call on him. ; NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY RrROHARPT HFREDITB t 4 Just toll your doctor you want to talre your prescriptions to Schaefer's drug store, and he will know it is put up right. Look for the Flying Eagle YE LIBERTY Tonight MARION LEONARD in "A LEAF IN THE STORM" A graphic 3-part story of a woman' fight against the world. SUNDAY "THE SHADOWS of NAZARETH" A 3-part picture chosen especially for the Sab bath, teaching a wonder ful story of love and char ity, featuring the world renowned English stars Constance Crawley and Arthur Maude "CUPID IN COW CAMP" A SELIG LICENSED com edy drama, cleverly worked out by a strong cast of actor. Florence Roberts In "Look for the Flying Eagle" Ye Liberty SPECIAL ATTRACTION TUESDAY, DEC. 30th-ONE DAY ONLY The Wonderful Gene Gauntier In an absorbing play of mystery love and excitement, in three thrilling part. "In The Clutches of the Klu-Klux Klan" Secured for a tingle day' showing at popular prices. 5 cents 10 cents A Kalem licensed comedy on the same program. II n ii n 11 ti ri 11 11 ii ti ri ii ri ii n ii :h ,n n u :ii M n n ti it M u ill in n ii I n in tt in In in i Crowds get in. After the masterpiece by Alphonse Daudet. Complete in six massive reels. LISTEN 1---What the manager of the Clemmer Theatre, the best in Seattle, write: With Sapho (with Horence Robert, in six reel) uiune my oo pi rice records tor the year, were lined uo till nearlv mirlr.inht ..: - ' "j"g iu get in. I hi mairniticent mctum i rmu t r.. v. j: 1 .1 1 . n e a 1 ana me Last Day of Pompeii. To thoe who wish to lee the best. MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MATINEE AND NIGHT No Raise In Prices ligh Theatre Sign of the Best Shows B 1 r--irr-irsiiiiBii 1 fit rfatl mn m m St II 11 M II II Kl 11 11 M 11 II Kl 11 II II 11 IS 11 II n El M 11 11 II II a it 11 N If M II II 11 n n 11 X.M., ' Try Our Way of Examining the Eyes Yotfll find it different from that ordinarily usedit is de cidedly more thorough and sci entific. We guess at nothing, but test each eye by every known method before deciding upon the lens needed. For scientific instruments, careful examina tion and proper glasses come to Miss A. McCulloch Optometrist 291 Commercial Street Phone 925. Hours 9 to 5. Ground Floor NEW TODAY. TWO CENTS ft word for each Insertion. 41 FOB SALE Cider, 2 gallons, 25c, this week. Commercial Cider Works. North Salem. Wanted immediately, boy to carry Capital Journal route in Hollywood. $1750 20 acres, new 5-room house and barn, barn 40x40, with 10 ton of hay. Land all in cultivation, good soil, no rock, no gravel. Young peach orchard. Terms, at 6 per cent. C. 0. Rice, with L. S. Barnes & Co., 315 316 Masonic temple. BIG BARGAIN Good house, barn and three lots, $1400. Easy terms; must sell immediately. Fine place for chickens or cows, one block from car line. Come to 1298 South 13th street, and see it. Address A. E. Dennis, Salem. WANTED Work on farm by man and wife. Forest Fisher, general delivery, Salem. FOR EXCHANGE Southorn Califor nia homes for Oregon. Give full de scription first letter. M. E. Getter, 1329 Florida street, Long Beach, C'al. LOST Eastern Star pin, Wednesday afternoon. Finder leave at this of fice. Phone 2008. I FOil RENT Small, modern bungalow, I North Cottage street. Phone Carey F. Martin, FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms, also "room furnished house. Phone 47 or 4. FOR EXCHANGE 100 aires of well improved land situated 3 miles from railroad town; well and spring water. Will take from $4000 to $8000 in city property. Bnlance 5 years at 5 per cent. W. A. Liston, 484 Court street. FOR RENT Good 5-room house, two blocks from paved street, modern in finish and fixtures. Price $15. Five room house, three blocks from car line, pnrtly furnished, good well; price $12. Eight-room house, mod ern, with basement and furnace, on car line. Price $20. Seven-room house on paved street and ear line, basement and furnace, also good barn. Price $12. Square Deal Realty Co., U. S. National bank building. Room 304. Thone 470. FOR SALE Kino suburban home, three acres, all under cultivation, now 5 room house, well, woodshed, barn, chicken house, some orchard, just out side of tho city and closo to street car line. Trice $28.'i0, half cash, in terest fl per cent. W. n. Graben horst Co., rooms 1 and 2 Bush bank building. FOR SALE 10 acres, nil under culti vation, small new building 14x22 feet, which would do for house, good fruit and bprry lnnd, 3'i miles from Sa lem. Price $2100, half cash. W. H. Ornbenhnrsli & Co., rooms 1 and 2. j Bush bnnk building. MONEY TO LOAN 0i frrn sad city property. Joha a. j Scott, OTr CblenKO Stors, Kaltm, 9r- Mcoa Phoa lilt. MONEY TO LOAN fla Gooi Red EsUto Smrlty. THOS. K. FORD lvr T.add ft Bush Bai. 8a!m. Or WOOD AND COAL Ik set auaatlu. Promnt Jiln our vclltT. rll City Lamfco trt. Pho Mala til JAPA5ISI LAIJTfDBT ARB MT, CLIAIrtHa WOtXS j No rachlnt7 to tur aa war nul dl!ct fabric. Work tallsf T sad d1lTr4 promptly. ' 443 Ferry trt Pbon Main MoT