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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TBIDA7, JANUARY 18, 1911'
PAGE EIGHT Aft Salem's Elg Store TODAY IS REMNANT FRIDAY ALL REMNANTS ONE-HALF PRICE Annua Cearance and White Sales Extremely Low Clean-Up Prices in Every Section An Unusual Sale of New Pongee Silk Special big purchase under new tariff schedule. 85c kind, special 48c $1.25 kind, special 79c $1.35 kind, special 87c (See Window Display.) Special "Get Acquainted" Sale of Woodbury's Toilet Articles Special reduced prices to have you try them You'l like them. 25c Tooth Paste, special 15c 25c, Face Cream, special 15c 25c Soap, special 15c (See Window Display.) Going BE t of the 2i n m 9 en s viotnins Business Every Suit and Overcoat must go. No more after these are gone. Every suit in this mammoth stock priced like this: MEN'S $15.00 SUITS CLOSING OUT $10.00 MEN'S $18.00 SUITS CLOSING OUT $12.00 MEN'S $20.00 SUITS CLOSING OUT $13.35 MEN'S $22.50 SUITS CLOSING OUT $15.00 MEN'S $25.00 SUITS CLOSING OUT $16.65 MEN'S $27.50 SUITS CLOSING OUT $18.35 1 LOTS OF SUITS ONE-HALF PRICE. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY J1X t"Fd: GOODlGOOD S OVER 33 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL MERCHANDISING IN SALEM Capital City Brevities Dr. F. L. Utter, dentist. Masonio bhlg Dr. Mendelsohn flti eyas correctly. U 8. Bank building. Willow clothes baskots, 50c, apodal. Duron 4 Hnmillon. J. O. Mcliityre has returned from a business visit in Dallas. Social danco at M. B. A, hall, Choma ira, January 17. Everybody welcome. Do Treville concert tonight at tlio Armory, 8 o'clock aharp. Tickets on wile lit tlio box offico. J. L. Stockton tins returned from Al bany, where ho attended tho promotion congress. Wnshing machines special prices. Huron & 1 1 ti id i 1 1 on. Hoar de Trevillo In songs as sung by the famous Hwoodlsh Nightingale, Jen ny Lind. At the Armory tonight. City Attorney Rollln K. Pago wont to Portland yesterday afternoon to tmdt after nomo legal matters. Oet more satisfaction eot. of your Special prices on eourso ticket to Trovillo nnd Clark. Inquire at box of fice, tlio Armory. Mayor Htvcves wont to Portland last evening to look after somo business mat tors. Hay 11. Richardson has returned from a visit with his motlior at Vancouver, Washington, Samuel Granger, a well-known fruit grower, of Ilillsboro, is In Salom to look after somo biisinoss matters. Do Trovillo concert tonight, at the Armory, 8 o'clock sharp. Tickets on sIo at tho box office. 1), 8. , liubb, a former resident of Salem, Is hero from Springfield to look after some business nmttors, A locturo on "Education and Indus try" will bo delivered this evening at tho Monmouth Normal school by Col, E. Hofcr, of this city. tine of five coloratura sopranos in tho world Is Mile, do Treville, who Bing;i teas and coffueB. Tho Yokohama tho Armory tonight in concert Crockery & Ten Co. can help yon. At 10 o'clock tomorrow morning the Plum reimir shoo remodeled, best i funeral of tho Into J, W. Rove will equipment in Salem; new, . first-class bo held from the parlors of the First shoo man In charge! quick service; M. K, church and Rev, I?. N. Avlson prices low. Jacob Vogt, 220 North will officiate Commercial street, Your Sunday dinnor will be Incoin- One of five eolorntnra sopranos In pletn without one of those fine fat Ihe world is Mile, do Treville, who slugs t tho armory tonight In concert. Have you heard tho new Victor rec ords t We are always glad to have you visit our recitation room, and courteous clerk are always ready to play any musle you wish to hear. Tho Wiley B. Allen Co., It. P. Totem, Manager, S21 Court, street. dressed chickens from tho Sunset gro cery. Expert cooks say they aro the best to bo had in Salem. A music roll Is not an oruiinient, but it may lie nrnnmenlnl as well as use ful, The nicest ones, in all stylet and colors of leather, you will find at slmfor's, tho saddle and harness man, IS" South Commercial street. TONIGHT SATURDAY GLOBE A Three Reel Selig The First of the Series The Adventures 77 Special price on course ticket to Tre ville and (lurk. Inquire at box office, the Armory. A complaint is filed today in tho cir cuit court by Coolidgo & McClaine ngninst John Massing in which tho plaintiffs allege that the dofondant is owing them $2,104 on a promisory note. Judgment is asked for tbo amount. I'oter Phillips, the chief of tho Salem fire department, Is today sporting a new cap. Tho domo pioco Is made on lines strictly modern for such high of fices nnd Poto's friend doclaro he looks almost handsome with it porchod upon his gray locks. A mooting of tho members of tho Farmers' Society of Equity was hold at tho Kaiser school houso, north of the city, Inst night, and tho following officers were elected to, servo during tho ensuing year: Prosident, S. Jones; socretnry, Mr. Whitecotton. A petition for a writ of mandamus was filed in the circuit court yesterday by the state in relation of Miller & Co. against Insurance Commissioner Ferguson. The plniniffs ask thnt the defendant bo required to issue a cer tificate allowing tho former to transact nn Insurance business in this state, ' Peter Kilkenny, a lad about 13 years old, who hns been nn inmate of tho Ore gon Training School for Hoys for some time, made bis escape last Wednesday afternlon, nnd, up to tho present time, Superintendent Hale hns received no Information concerning him. The lnd wore the regulation school suit when he loft. A few women voters are beginning to call nt tlio county clerK'8 on ice to register nt present, Tho rush hns boon pending for two weeks now and tho clerk Is looking forward every ilny to tho time when he nn'd his deputies will have to hustle. The ronntv court has dono awnv with its public drinking cup which formerly j " decorated the big earthen nn at the entrnnco of tho County Clerk's of fice, lu its place an Improvised drink ing fountain hns been installed. This new wrinkle for the benefit of tho thirsty consists of a mental contrivance fastened In tho coutnincr mid by push ing a littlo button, water (not IcO wi,tei' of course) springs up to meet tho visitor. SS WW SSS ''SB fS SSS mi SMI M M M atf Ik aus ikJ IMS o M Utl fell 1 e it .i i oi Minivn Featuring Kathlyn Williams I'.enwinbur this U Ui first of a series that will appear hero about avery Uue wenki. tin first on and you will want to m tham all A GOOD VlTAOBAril COMEDY will also be shown wlUi this program, fea turing JOHN BUNNY and LILLIAN WALKER. A comedy that li guaran toed to mak you laugh. Ens Wexford Admission Ten Cents Tonight nnd Saturday with pciftl Sat urday matin at 2:30. "The Traffic" Tho Dowerful whtta alava play that Is showlni to capaotty housoa In Now York, with ITtXDERICK HARRINGTON WILUAM RAYMOND MILDRED KIRBY TOUR ACTS SIX SCENES Four RoeU of Taatura rteturoa Aufumontad taat of 88 pcopla. POPULAR TRICSS 10 and 80 wnta Clothes baskets, regular $1 sizo, now HIIc, special for one week. Buren 11,'imilton. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Albee, newly-weds, left yesterday on their honeymoon for points north. The couple were married yesterday. Free. Yes, wo will give you a pair of pants free, extra, with every suit ordered this week. We hnvo the only complete stock of woolens in Salem. Those are made in Salem, not in Chica go. Mosher, the tailor, Court street, An order was issued by Judge Kelly yestorday permitting the attorneys for Pay Carroll to inspect the dying state ment made by the Into John Zoller, the Corvnis city marshal, who was shot sev eral weeks ago. Carroll Is being held chnrgod with tho killing. Members of Sedgwick Post No, 10, A, H., will attend tho funornl of eir Into comrade, J. W. Bovee, at the "First Methodist church, Saturday morn ing, January 17, lflH, nt 10 o'clock n. m. Intermont in tho 0. A. I?. Circle, City View cemeterv, P.. C. Ifnllev, coinninnder. D. Webster, adjutant. A reply was filed in the circuit court yestorday in the ease of Mrs. A. P. Uechtel ngninst Pearl nnd Frank Col lard, in which the defendants deny each nnd every allegation in the complaint filed recently for damages by the plain tiff. Big reduction on clothes baskets, wash boards nnd kitchen brushes. Huron & Hamilton. "What will be the answer!" Is the slogan being ndopted by ninny people in Salem now thnt tho supremo court has been presented with the final argu ments In the two local liquor cases. Speculation is rife as to which judge will write the opinions and whether or not Judge Calloway will be sustained in his judgment of the two suits. It Is more tlinn likely thnt the higher tribunal will decide contests of the November local option elections all at once nnd that the city case, being entirely different and airt, the court will hniul down a separate opinion on thnt suit. County Treasurer Moore Is making some elaborate preparations for ro- eiving the taxpayers and also their money when the crew working on the books turn them over, Mr. Moore looks for a big rush when the figure bedeck ed volumes nr oinod up and he ex-', nets to do a big business from then on. Sheriff Ksch is smiling. He Is glad some for the renson he will not get the usual cussiugs that were wont to come his way when he collected the taxes. The taxpayers took their wrath out on tho V'X collector when they became dis satisfied with the amount, instead of jumping upon the one who made up the rolls. According to the last rort received from the school for the feeble minded, the four men who left the unemployed band to work at the Institution, are still on tho job and showing an inclina tion to remain there notwithstanding their former pals' attitude. Ther are good workers, It is said, and frown iiHn the other ncn who would not even Tho jury in tho damage caso of R. 8. Montgomery against William, B. and G. Berringer returned a verdict this morn ing in favor of the plaintiff for $200. The complainant brought action against the three defendants to recover $3500 on the grounds they assaulted him, dur ing a meeting held near Mehama, for the purpose of choosing a road super visor for tho district. The case of Theo. Lindeken against J. A. Winell, et al., is being tred in Judge Kelly's court today. This is an action brought by Lindeken to annul a mortgage alleged to be held by tho de fendant against the plaintiff. Attorney John A. Carson is in Port land today on legal business. Several Marion county road super visors are being waited upon by Coun ty Clerk Gehlhar this morning. They are. being shown the new forms and methods of keeping accounts of the work they perform on the roads and are also receiving the new blanks and report sheets. County Clerk Gehlhar today issued marriage licenses to the following couples: M. E. Gilsdorf, of Shaw, and Catherine Peerenboom, of the Fair grounds, and F. J. Brack and Frances Kahut, bot hof Salem. Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock the case of the state against Frank She' dock will come up for trial. Shodeck was convicted in Justice Webster's court of violating the game reserve law and he is now appealing to the circuit court. There is considerable interest hinged on this case in view of the fact that about ten hunters, ar rested several months ago on the same charge, believe the law unconstitu tional. Almost a quarter of a century ago the first LaCorona was made in Salem. It was an honest cigar then and has ever remained an honest cigar, worthy of the highest praise given it by the thousands of satisfied smokers. Don 't count the bread problem solved until you have tried Tip-Top bread the kind that the Sperling grocery sells at 311 North Commercial street. It has made more friends and given more satisfaction than anv other brand. Or der a loaf. Governor West has today mailed letter to A. H. Averill, president of the Portland Chamber of Commerce, advo eating the use of convict labor in the drilling of wells to provide water for homesteaders on dry farms. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Holeomb left this morning for Portland, where they intend to make their future home. Mr, Holeomb is well known here, having been engaged in the mercantile business for several months. NO. 57. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The Ladd and Bush Bankers, at Salem, in the State of Oregon, at the close of business January 13, 1914: Resources. x Loans and discounts - .fl,ltK.7a Overdrafts, secured and unsecured , Bonds and warrants . . - Stock and other securities - Banking house Furniture and fixtures ..... Other real estate owned Due from banks (not reserve banks) ... Due from approved reserve banks Checks and other cash items , Exchange for clearing house Cash on hand .... .. Expense Other resources tUNITKO PIIKSS LEASED WIIIB. Mexico City, Jan. 16. President Huerta today placed heavy guards of troops over both railroad lines con necting Mexico City and Vera Cruz, The roads are the only means by which foreigners could escape from the enpi "Look for the Flying Eagle" Ye Liberty TODAY AND SATURDAY. The President's Pardon An exclusive licensed foature photoplay In throe parts. SUNDAY AND MONDAY Exclusive Double Bill "An Hour Before Dawn" Three Parts Famous Players "The Thrust of Hate." Three Parts Hand Colored 2,936.31 409,305.11 None 73,000.00 None None None 603,197.13 None 43,311.66 568,718.15 None None Total $2,822,596.09 Liabilities. Capital stock paid in .i Surplus fund ........ .. Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid Dividends unpaid . .. Due to banks and bankers ......... Postal savings bank deposits Deposits due Btate treasurer Individual deposits subject to check Demand certificates of deposit Certified checks Cashier checks outstanding ..... Time certificates of deposit Savings deposits Notes and bills rediscounted Bills payable for money borrowed.. Reserved for taxes 500,000.00 4,000.00 ' 90,130.77 None 205,518.67 None 15,000.00 1,642,012.44 209,305.78 3,682.30 4,895.75 148,050.38 None None None ( None Liabilities other than those above stated None Total ; ... $2,822,596.09 State of Oregon, County of Marion, ss: I, W. S. Walton, assistant cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and be lief. W. S. WALTON, Assistant Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of January, 1914. A. BUSH, JR., Notary Public. , t Correst Attest: A. N. BUSH, S. BUSH, Directors. tal in an emergency, and diplomatic representations to him were responsible for Huerta 's action. The tightness of mbney today was unprecedented. Tho troops were grumbling. The general belief was that a financinl or military crisis, or both, at once, were imminent. Huerta attended ' the funeral this forenoon of General Joaquin Mnas, late military commander of Vera Cruz, who died while on a visit here. NEW TODAY. TWO CENTS word for each insertion. 4 FOR RENT Farm, lfiO acres, all stock ' and implements, for sale. Three miles from town. Address 160 A, Journal. A Washington town has raised an outcry against the woodpecker and de mand its extermination; it actually pe:ked a hole through the side of a building. What trivialities some people will become excited about. FOR SALE Fine Brown Leghorn hens. Phone, Farmers 348. FOR TRADE Lot cial street, for 2097.1. on South runabout. Commor-Phone FOR SALE At hard times price, 20 room roooming house, some cash, bal ance monthly payments. W. A. Lis ton, 4t4 Court street. FOR LEASE Kighty acres rivor bot tom laud, 60 acres in cultivation, bal ance in pasturo; all fenced hog-tight; fnir house, good bam and outbuild ings, and placo for dairying or hops; five miles north of Salem. One hun dred acres six miles east of Salem; 40 acres in eultivntion, balance timber and pasture. J. A. Cooper, owner. 470 North Church. Phono Main 445. Bungalow Bargain New, modorn bungalow, well built, 5 rooms, bath, toilet, eloctric light, sewer, paved street: only $200 down, balance like rent. Price $1400. Another Snap House, barn, well, with 14 lots, side walks, car line, close in; lots are worth $230 to $")00; will sell at a sacrifice. Price $2300; terms. Farms. We have tho largest list of farms for sale in tho vallcv any number of acres to suit. Money to Loan. We write insurance and bonds. Bechtel & Bynon 347 State Streot. FDR SALE Comer lot, 00x75 feet, fine business location. C. O. Rice, with L. S. Barnes & Co., 315-316 Mn Bonic Temple. w j um turn m l 1 take a job shoveliug air. BARGAINS 12 acres, Polk county, well improved $4000. 14 acres on car lino, $10,000. B acres in clover, house, $12,10. 30 acres, 10 cleared, Improved, $3300, 220 acres. Polk county, improved $22,000. Sevtral good buys in Prune Ranches, Hop Ranches and Berry Tracts Wo hnvo cigar stores, pool rooms, gro cery stores, shoe shop, hotel, rooming houses, blacksmith shop, restaurant. Right prices. City Lots in all Parts of Salem 10 acres bearing Italian prunes, $2200 lO room modern house, $'.'300, Snap. 100 acres, Improved, $2,100. Expert Public Stenographer in attendance SEVERAL STOCK RANCHES CIIEAr. WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE? LIST YOUR BARGAINS WITH US. WE SELL FIRE, UrB, ACCIDENT INSUARNCB. , B, 8 ROOM HOUSES, INSTALL MENTS, Acme Investment Co. A. B. Cook, Manager ' Phone: Office, Main 477. Opposite Court House. 540 State St SEWING MACHINES If you need a sowing machino como and get one now, as we are going to moke a cleanup sale. No reasonable offer will bo refused. 010 State street. FOR SALE Our high grade piano, will ta $130, if sold at once. Call at 318 Hubbard building, FOR RENT Small, modern bungalow, North Cottage street. Thoue Caroy F. Martin. FOR SALE Hop yard. C. O. Rice, with L, 8. Bnrnes Co., 313-316 Ma sonic Templo. WANTED Position bv woman, for small wages, can sew and cook. Mrs, Henrv, The Lincoln Hotel. Thone 465. FOR KENT Furnished 4-room house, with bath, $14.00 per month. H4t Trade streot, between 15th and lrtth FOR SALE OR TART TRADE Price $400 per acre, one-half cash and part trade, tho balance for 10 years at 6 ler cent, 25 acres of flrst-clnss river bottom land, close In, and on good road. This land Is suitable for hops or any kind of fruits or gardening of all kinds, and has some fine trees just coming into bearing, such as cherries, pears, peaches, and some other fmlts, small bouse, good well, phone in house, large barn, plenty of small fruits. Now you ran mako big , money In raising truck, a it only takes half an hour to come to town, and yon can be on hand early and get the best prices, and if you are look ing for a place of this kind you had better see J. A. Knapp, 2S2 West Fifth streot, Eugene, Or, Household Worry Is 99 Per Cent Wash Day Good Riddance by the Laundry Remedy. Linen, blankets, curtains ap parelall come back beautiful when we do your work. Salem Steam Laundry 136 South Liberty Street " Phone 25 Dry Cleaning. Ask the Driver MONEY TO LOAN On farm and city property. John H. Scott, over Chicago Store. Salem, Ore gon. Phone 1352. NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY BURGHARDT MEREDITH Resldont AgonU. 38S State Street MONEY TO LOAN On Oood Real Estate Security, THOS. K. FORD Over Ladd 4 Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon WOOD AND COAL in any quantity... Prompt delivery onr specialty. Falls City Lumber Company. 273 North Commercial street Phone Main 812. Just toll your doctor you want iu in.u jour prescriptions to Sehaefer'a drug store, and he J will know it is put up right. JAPANESE LAUNDRY AND DRT CLEANING WORKS. No machinery to tear and wear out delicate fabrics Work called for and delivered promptly. 448 Ferry Street. Phone Main 2258.