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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OSXGON, "FRIDAY. JAOTABY 30, 1911 TAH AV IS REMNANT FRIDAY, Annual Year-end Clearance and White Sales End Tomorrow AT 9 P.M. The extraordinary offerings throughout every section of Salem's Big Store will make the closing days of our An nual Year-end and White Sales unusually interesting to those who want to save. Supply the clothing needs of the family and things for the household now. ONLY ONE MORE DAY Beautiful Muslin Garments Priced Extremely Low Dainty Embroideries, Don't fail to supply your needs Final Clearance, Women's Suits, Coats and Dresses Misses' and Children's Garments, all at special prices . . Save on Linens this Final Week . . Save on Dress Goods and Silks this Week Bedding, Draperies, Cut Glass, entire lines reduced Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, buy this week WE'RE GOING OUT OF THE MEN'S CLOTHING BUSINESS Buy that Suit or Overcoat now. Investigate. The House f Quality 3 Capital City Brevities Dr. F. L. Utter, dontlst. Maaouie bUlg Dr. Mendelsohn fits eyee correctly. U 6. Bank building. Dr. E. O. Reamer, eye, ear, nose and throat, 401 Masonic building. Pane. M. B. A. hall, CBeninwa, Jan uary 31, now music The hotel that made eating popular The Leonard, 254 Front street. After visiting with Dalian friends for omo time, Miss Lotlin Weis has returned to this city. Moso Hall waa buried In City View cemetery this afternoon at 2 o'cloek, Rev. II. E. Mondial! officiating. Mr. J. 0. Roigolman has loft for Portland, yotscrdny afternoon, to visit at the home of Mrs. Edward Richard. Mr. nnil Mrs. Roy T. Lovens, of Comas, Wn, are visiting at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill, on Division trect. K. ('. Trice, of Eugene, has returned to his homo after viKlting with his son, Oscar Price, in this city, for several Jays. O. F. Victor, formerly a resident of Belwn, but now connected with the Armsby pneking plant In Dallas, la In the city for a short time on business. This la hard weather on hands. Whether you work of play out of doors, you'll find the kind of gloves you need at the etoro of Shnfer, the saddle and harness, man, 187 South Commercial. With a Vlelrola In the home, every mimical longing is satisfied. Our store Is headquarters for the best in tnlklng machines. Como In and seo and hear -for yourself. The Wiley B. Allen Co., R. F. Peters, mgr., 521 Court street. It's time you were thinking of thnt Run.lay dinner. The folks are com ing, yon know, and you'll wnnt a chick .enone of those fine fnt ones that you an get only at the Sunset grocery. South Commercial street, at No. 121. The Jolly MIME ii f pi ii m i li ti ii ni I'reHontlng the luted Musical Comedy and Vaudeville Hits, both vocal nud Instrumental. rRETTY COSTUMES LIVELY MU8I0 GRACEFUL DANCINO FUNNY COMEDIANS AMERICA'S MOST CLEVER JUVENILE TROUPE. fcb. 1, 2, 3 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday WATCH TOR THE BAND... Price 15c, 3oc, ROc. Blih Theatre Sign of the -i-TflfipiMijiwiwjniw1 ALL REMNANTS GO AT 1 1 'Ht If V- iloooDlGooD s Dr. May, nerve spocIalBt, Masonic bid A. 0. Magora is In Portland today on business. Tho spneions court house lawn greatly roscmbles a floating garden at prosent owing to the heavy rain fall of Into. The ground has become so saturated that the wuter now lies on th.i Burfaco nnd tho long grass in floating. Hie ufiieml of tho late Miss Ilnttie Mann was held from tho undertaking parlors of Lehman St dough this after noon at 2:30. liev. Robert 8. Gill con Jo ted the services and tho remains c ciiburicd in ( ity View cemetery. Declaration of candidacy wiib filed with tho secretary of ittato yesterday by II. W. foe, of Portland, and Jim T. Cliiiiiiock, of Kulein, Coo Is aspiring to membership of tho national committee on tlio progreiisivo ticket, while Chin uock is seeking ro election as superin tendent of Htntn water division No. 1. At the eighth annual couventiou of the Oregon Retail Hardware and Imple ment Deiileis' association, which was held this week in Portland, Lot L. l'earcn, of this city, was elected presi dent of the association. . Mr, Tcarec bus I een active in tho hardware busi-nc-s for years and, with his experience and general ability, the organization will f i ml that It has a most excellent in m it ns Its chief. The jury in the ease of J. E. Scott against the VYillametto Manufacturing Co., brought In a verdict last evening for 412 iu favor of tho plaintiff. Judg ment in the mm wns asked by Scott for services performed. The funeral of the Into N. E, Skeltou wns hold yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence on 14th and D streets. Tho members of tho (. A. li. conducted the services at tho grave, white Rev. Richard Tlscher officiated at the home. Entertainers Beet Show. m mm ium I km Jte iuZ W taM .m! mm 3 HALF PRICE Where Satisfac tion Follows fctvery Transac fcn tion TODAY AND SATURDAY Bartered Crown Biograph Drama. Stanton's Last Flinsr Thrilling Edison drama taken in Eng land. Jerry's Uncle's Mistake A two-reel Vltograph comedy, featuring Sidnoy Drew and Kate Price. Billod as one of the best comedies ever produced Miss Mabel Ford Portland's Popular Soprano 10c GLOBE 10c Feature Program Sunday. County Clerk C.chlhnr yestenlnv is sued a mnrringo license- to Carl Schnf fcr and Emma Schwab, both of Mt, An gel. Don't ruin your child's henlth by feeding it rich, iinhenlthful pastries. Give It a slico of Tip-Top bread and butter, nnd watch its eyes spnrklo with delight. The Sperling grocery, 311 x- .-i- i - it. . . . . iMirm v ummerciai, will sona it to veil fresh. On the grounds that, her husband, F. M. Bishop, has been sentenced to serve time iu the penitentinry Myrtle E Bishop asks for a divorce in a complaint filed in the circuit court yesterday Mary A. Ueunelt also filed a com plaint for divorce against 0. E. Den nett, asking thnt the mnrringo knot be untied on tho ground of cruel ami iiihu man treatment. Cruel and Inhuman treatment is alleged in a third com plaint filed yesterday afternoon by Helen B. Butcher against E. B. Butch er. Circuit Judge fliillowny will hold court Iu the city council chambers in the city hall again next week, begin ning Monday, Department No, 2 of the court is likely to have a busy time for the next eight days as there have been tunny applications filed by at torneys desiring to have their respect ive cases set for an early hearing. Judge Kelly will continue work in department No. 1 in the regular court chamber and it is not proliablo that he will fin ish up his labor for ten or eleven days owing to the many new matters coming up every day. Judge Kelly will hold court all day Saturday, despite the fact that Saturday 1 generally considered a holiday with the Marion couutv courts. fi U 14 II (blobe Jail empty, chief asleep and the pa trolmen dozing was the only report that could be obtained at the department of city justice this morning. There was one lonely man in jail early today, but he waa turned out, and the place re sumed its generally tired expression. Members of tho Salem Cherrian club have been invited to attend a meeting in Eugene on February 19 to. assist in formulating some kind of a plan to give the Willametet valley some first-class publicity during the Panama fair. It is more than likely that Salem will send a good representative bunch, if not the entire band, of Cherrians. John W. Ounn, a former well-known Salemite, died in San Francisco last Tuesday, according to news received here yesterday. Mr. Gunn was at one time Pacific coast manager of the Lon don, Liverpool & Globe Insurance com pany, and he had many.friends, while making the Capital City his headquar ters. The Salem Cigar Factory, Aug. Huck- estoin & Son, proprietors, is a model in stitution. It has plenty of light, ample room, abundance of fre?h air and meets every requirement. Its workmen arc union men, receive good wages, and are chosen for their skill. It is the home of tho Bon Ton 5c, the La Corona 10c and the Tashmoo 124c cigars, each the best of its kind. A complaint to recover $1473.73 al leged to have been collected illegally by the city was filed iu the circuit court yesterday by R. C. Hallberg et al against the city of Salem. The plain tiffs aver that they paid assessments amounting to the above sum on a sewer system in the city, and later when the courts declared the assessment void, they demanded tho return of their money but were refused. Somo juvenile gun carriers are at 'large in Salem at the present time, bi lieve the police. For the past few nights shots have been fired in differ ent sections of the city and, accordi to the police, a band of boys are re sponsible for the unlawful handling of firearms. A gun is a very dangerous arficlo even in tho hands of man, ai l the police are going to try and locate the owners of the weapons which are being fired off during all times of the night. Application was made to the state railroad commission by the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph company to dis continue its office at Granite, tho com pany explaining that the town is now reached by a fanners' line from Sump ter. The same company also asked that it bo allowed to discontinue its office at Mohawk, Lnne county, Mohawk is now reached by a farmers' lino from Springfield. It was announced that the principal users of the line had requested tho removal of the office. To servo the county and pay his own expenses is ono of the unpleasant fea tures of being county attorney, accord ing to Mr. Ringo, the present incumbent of the office. County Attorney Ringo can find no room iu the court house, and, in view of tho fact the county court will not or cannot arrange for more quarters, the prosecutor is com pelled to rent aud pay for out of his own pockets offices in the Masonic building. Inasmuch as he is entitled to an office iu the court house, County Attorney Ringo believes that he should havo tho privilege. A complaint for divorce wns filed in tho circuit court yesterday afternoon by Iva M. Mcintosh against T. M. Mcin tosh. The complaint avers that the de fendant has treated her in a cruel and inhuman manner of Into, ns follows: That in February the defendant came home drunk and choked and bent plain tiff; thnt he is addicted to the use of intoxicants to tho extent of being mi ablo to pay for the support of plaintiff and compels her to go out and work for her living, and that he has been in tho habit of remaining away from home at Intervals. The plaintiff alleges that sho married the defendant 20 years ago, and that there is one child as the issue of the union. The couple now re side in Silverton, Ore., according to the complaint. "Look for the Hying Eagle" Ye Liberty Double Feature Program TODAY AND SATURDAY THE PARASITE The strongest picture show In Salem for many a year. The sensation of the country, featuring Arthur V. Johnson, in throe-part story of a human "par asite." A Proposal from Mary The sixth and last of the serlos named "WHO WILL MARRY MARY?" Sweet Mary Fullor chooses her own husband. DAPHNE LEWIS The Favorite Singer of All Balem Price Re and 10c This program is an example of the class of pictures Ye Liberty runs all the time. -. SUNDAY AND MONDAY Daniol Frohmau Presents MARY PICKFORD The most popular actress as the star of "IN THE BISHOP'8 CARRIAGE" In five parts, February 8 and 9 Mrs. Flake ia "Test of the D'Urber Tlllee." C. P, Bishop went to Portland this morning to attend fce banquet given by the Commercial club in honor of Secre tary of -the Treasury McAdoo. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Loyd left for their home in Portland this afternoon, after visiting for some time' with friends and relatives in this city. The county court is today busy se lecting the judges and clerks of elec tion, to serve during the ensuing year. Alex. Oakley arid family, of Sheridan, Ore.) were in the city today visiting. They will remain here nntil Sunday, when they leave for Los Angeles to spend the remainder of the winter with relatives. Leon B. Hoskins, of Medford, a lead ing druggist of that city, also a mem ber of tho Oregon Board of Pharmacy, was in the city yesterday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Smith, of Cot tago Grove, were in the city yesterday afternoon visiting for a Bhort time. They left last night for Albany to visit Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr; and Mrs. John B. Rutherford. OREGON FINANCIER PORTLAND OR SAN FRANCISCO Seattle has no frienls in Oregon for selection as the Northwest Regional bank location, according to a Salem financier, Seattle has no interests in common with the people of Oregon, transacts a small amount of business with this Btate, and always showed a disposition which has translated the so called "Seattle spirit" into the well known Washington phrase the "Seattle hog."- If Portland does not secure the bank, San Francisco is the second choice of practically every one in Orogon who is interested in the matter, it is de clared here. ONE ACCIDENT IN 50 YEARS AT SEA BRINGS HEN RANCH rlNITID FBCSS LIlftlD WISH. San Francisco, Jan. 30. Captain Bernard Paulson sailed the seven Beas for 50 years in safety, to come to grief in San Francisco boy. Through this solitary mishap ho has achieved his am bition. His yacht grounded on the Marin islands between Point San Pedro and the Contra Costa shore. He had to stay all night. "Just the place for that chicken ranch I have been wanting," he said. Ho found the islands were owned by the government, which wanted a ten ant, so he has leased them. lie will havo a model 7-acre hen farm with a foghorn to call the chickens, ship's lights on tho coops and a snug harbor for yachting friends. MONEY TO LOAN On Good Real Estate Security, THOS. K. FORD Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon LookRead Just compare this list of FEATURE ATTRACTIONS to other so-called fea tures seen elsewhere: FEBRUARY 1-2 3 Sunday, Monday and Tuesday The Jolly Entertainers 24 CHILDREN 24 Watch for the Band FEBRUARY 4-5. Carnegie Alaska-Siberia Expedition In six reels. The most educational picture ever depicted. FEBRUARY 6-7 I" Six massive parts, 210 scenes, 200 people FEBRUARY 8 TILL 11 Victor Donald & Co. 8 PEOPLE 8 In a complote change of plays nightly FEBRUARY 12 TO 14 Roturn Engagement of FRANK RICH CO. Entire Change of plays. Kit? THEATRE Land Bargains Two acres, with lloOi) house and 100 fl-yenr-old peach trees, one mile from court house, $i."00. Sonio bargain 10-acre suimrban home on Unrdcn Rend, new house and barn, all well 1m proved; 20-minutes' walk to car line. Another 10-acre home, l'i miles south of court house, near car line, pro ducing good income; walnuts and peaches coming into good bearing. Hep and dairy farm as pood as the beet, aud at prices and terms that can be met. C O. RICE With L. S. Barnes & Co. 313-316 Masonic Temple. If you have bargains to offer list with us. ADAMS FOUND GUILTY OF UNITED PRESS LEASED WIIUE. ot. Helens, Or., Jan. 30. Following an abrupt cloding this afternoon of th trial of Greene Adums on a charga of niuraer, the jurv last night at 8;30 o'clock brought in a verdict of man slaughter. The day was taken up with the tes timony of Adams, who declared that he shot ouly in self -defense, and not until Robest MePherson had fired three shots, one of which, Adams testified, hit him iu the leg. Adams sai l that he was in the little drugstore at Vernonia last summer, when MePherson came out of the Web ster hotel. AdamB left the drugstore and started towards the postoffice and saw MePherson crossing the bridge to wards him. As tho twain met, Adani3 declared, MePherson crowded him off the nar row walk; then struck at him.' Adams dodged the blow, he said, when again MePhei'son struck at him, but missed. At this time, tho witness testified, MePherson drew a revolver, at which the defendant drew his, also. Says MePherson Fired First. Adams declared, however, that he did not fire until MePherson had shot three times at him. When MePherson was shot, he emptied the cylinders of his weapon at Adams, the latter said on the stand, but failed to hit him again While this gun play was in progress, Adams fired two shots, more, he said, the first of thsse being fatal, MePher son dying within a few minutes. The testimony of the state 's witness, the child, Hattie Webster, who said that Adams fired first, was substianted by B. Sessman and C. W. Mellinger, who declared they heard the shots and that the first ono made a lour report, while those following were in rapid suc cession, like the series of reports from a bunch of firecrackers. LECTURE AT PUBLIC LIBRARY THIS EVENING Professor Stafford will tell '"low to get pure water" in his lecture tonight in the library auditorium at 8 o'clock. He will illustrate the lecture with tU) lantern slides. The lecturer will be introduced by Charles A. Par. Tie lecturo is free. SEWER REFUND NOTICE. All persons whose sewer refund claims have heretofore been refused, or who have, for any reason, been pre vented or doterred from filing their claims, are hereby notified to present their claims at onco at my office in the city hall. CHAS. F. ELGIN, City Recorder. NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY BURGHARDT & MEREDITH Resident Agents. 385 State Street MONEY TO LOAN I have a client who will make short loans on household goods and other per sonal property. John H. Scott, over Chicago store. 4 YEARS OLD Homedale lAC PER GA1L0N Straight S.v7J WE PAY EXPRESS F. Zimmtrman Isf Co, Whiskey roRTLAND, OKS. SIND TO CATAlOa Special Today! SG'd acres, all in bearing fruit, mod ern buildings, 10,000. 14 acres on car line, $10,000. 5 acres in olovor, house, $1250. 30 acres, 10 cleared, improved, $3j00. 64 acres Howell Prairie, improved, to trade for Salem property, $8000. Several good buys in Prune Ranches, Hop Ranches and Berry Tracts We have cigar stores, pool rooms, gro- cory stores, shoe shop, hotel, rooming houses, blacksmith shop, restaurant. City Lots in all Parts of Salem 10 acres, close in, $o00. 7-room house threo lots, $"000. 10 room modern house, $2300. Snap. 160 acres, well Improved, $0000. Expert Public Stenographer in attendance SEVERAL 8TOCS RANCHES CHEAP. WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE? LIST YOUR BARGAINS WITH US. WE SELL FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT INSUARNCE. 4, 5, 6 ROOM HOUSES, INSTALL MENTS. Acme Investment Co. A. B. Cook, Manager Taone: Office, Main 477. Opposite Court House'; 540 State St EMPLOYMENT BUREAU IN CON NECTION. MlMlHHIIIHIlMIWlHMMi GRAND OPERA HOUSE EDISON TALKING PICTURES TONIGHT Entire Change of Program Special Saturday Matinee 2:30 Prices 15 and 25 Cents NEW TODAY. TWO CENTS a word for each insertion. 200-EGG HATCHER Costs only $3, no freight to pay. Actual hen controls everything, no lamps, no expense, no costyl mistakes. Over 609,000 sold. Thousands of testimonials. Free cir cular. G. E. Sherwood, Salem, Ore. FOR BENT Large quarters formerly occupied by E. Eckerlen's saloon at 252 North Commercial street. In quire Eugene Ec.kerlen or telephone Main 1302. NEW AND SECOND-HAND House hold goods. An excellent opening for furniture man in a coming town oa coast; cheap rent; no competition. 145J, Journal. FOR BENT Five-room cottage, mod ern, close in, $7.50 per month. In quire at 724 Mill street. FOUND Ring and two keys. Owner can have same by calling at this of fice. NO 1 PLACE Close to school, modern improvements, largo lot, good barn, will trade for small tract of unim proved land, east of Salem up to $1000 or $1100, balance, $700, terms. Address Mrs. O. C. Baker, 1390 North 19th street, Salem, Or. TO EXCHANGE 80 acres best river bottom land, in cultivation, close to Salem; improvements. Will take small farm or city property to the value of $5000, balance long time, 6 per cent. J. A. Cooper, 470 North Church street. Phone 445. SEWING MACHINES If you need a sewing machine come and get one now, as we are going to make a cleanup sale. No reasonable offer will be refused. 640 State street. FOR RENT Small, modern bungalow, North Cottage street. Phone Carey F. Martin. FOR TRADE House and soven lots for 100-acre farm or more. Phone 2495M. TYPEWRITERS Ten per cont off this week. 11 Murphy block. FOR RENT Modern 5-room bungalow, permanent tenant preferred. Fred A. Mclntyre, 1705 South Commercial. Phone 1483. MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE With hardwood floors and cement base ment, $2050. Modern 10-room house, very close in, $."00. Two new houses in the Oaks. Seven-room all modern house on Fairmount Hill, $4000. Good hotel buy. One of the very best farms in the famous Waldo Hills, at a little over $100 per acre, including $8000 worth of improvements. Extra good buy in hop yard. Prune orchard and prune land in the Liberty dis trict. Stock and dairy farms, subur ban homes, business and residence city property. C. O. Rice, with L. S. Barnes & Co., "315-310 Masonie Temple. If you want to sell right, list with us. WANTED TO LOAN Thirteen hun dred dollars, will pay 8 por cent in terest, with security on 24 acres of good fruit land in Tolk county. Square Deal Realty company, U. 8. Bank building. Boom 304. Phone 470. FOR RENT Two well furnished rooms for housekeeping. Inquire at 332 North Church. WANTED Young mnn wishes position as grocery clerk; has had one year experience; speaks German. Refer ences furnished. XYZ, Journal. :: Just tell your doctor you want - to tate your prescriptions to ', ', Schaefer's drug store, and he will know it is put up right, JAPANESE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING WORKS. No machinery to toar and wear out delicate fabrics Work called for and delivered promptly. 440 Ferry Street. Phone Main 2258.