DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1914.
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B Salem's Finest Advance Showing
of Women's Spring Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists
Capital City Brevities
Mrs. Edyth Toiler Weatherred, of
Portland, ban been appointed a mom
be rof the stnto fair board by Gover
nor Wct. Mm. Weathorred is well
known iu Salem, being the ulster of Al
bert Tozior, tho "mayor" of the touted
city, which spring up cwh year in the
cnnip ground next to the fair buildings.
That ho will bo a valuable assistant
remains without saying, as (he always
taken moro than usunl interest iu the
tnte fair, and has nidod in making the '
affair a success upon several different j
ocnidons. Mrs. Weatherred takes the :
place of X. C. Maris, who has resigned, i
Mr. Marls is a field worker for the su-'
periutendent of public, Instruction.
Miss Oosser, daughter of George dos
ser, of Wont Snlum, underwent au op
eration at the Suloin hoKpitul yesterday.
She is reported to be " getting aloug
nicely toduy. Miss Oosser bt one of
West Salem's society belles, and is well
known Iu this city. Her further la the
popular blacksmith who conducts a shop
on the corner of Commercial and Che
inotoka streets. Mr. Oosser Is also a
deputy sheriff for Tolk county.
Try Scott 'i 10c meals,
The case of A. B. Browning against
J. W. Noodham et ttl was settled and
ditmWd in tho circuit court yesterday,
The action was brought by Xeedhmn
to clear title to certain farm lunda in
Dr. Aweln, Zahnaru, Steevos Bldg.
At the regular meeting of the Minis
terial association Monday at 2 :H0 p. in.,
the Rev. C. II, Klliott Is to speak out
of his' experience iu Panama In connec
tion with religious work among the
government employes. Theo. J, Wood
Drs. Darby and Burton, dentists, sec
ern! floor, V. 8. Hank building.
"Tlay and Playgrounds" U the sub
ject ou which Professor Stuait of the
I'uiversity of Oregon will .peak Friday
evening, March 6 at 7:110 at the Cen
tral Congregational church, Ferry an, I
Honth Nineteenth streets. This Is one
of the extension course of lecture to
which all lutorontod persons are lu
vitcd without charge.
Chop auey and noodles. City rstu
rant, 4-0 Ferry street, near Liberty.
The Saturday nlht meetluga of the
-! n t i on Army are proving quite a sue
coks, The attendance in going up stead
lly. Oiptaiu I.otvnien is takiug special
pain to make the Saturday night meet
ing attractive. This evening Mrs. Pin
ucll will sing some special .elections.
After the services hot coffee and rolls
will be sorted to nil present.
Dr, r. L, Utter, dentist, Masonic bldg,
K prospective future BulomlU Is in
the city in the wrvin of Miss linhv
llopf, a resident of Hettl, Mis
llopf Is visiting at the home of Mrs.
(ieorge I'. 1'vre and while she Is still
loyal to the Washington city, she has
a kindly feeling for Kalem. If Old Nol
will behave himself just about right for
the in- t few dsyi and warm things up
around Salem, Miss llopf might remain
J7E cordially invite your inspection of these
early displays we know you will be
delighted with their smart stylish character, the
workmanship, elegant materials and much
desired exclusiveness. Prices, too, are
Xfp noticeable for
will investigate you will find that
Women's Ready -to -Wear Apparel is best
bought when bought at Salem's Big Store.
New displays of neckwear, dress goods, wash
fabrics, silks, footwear and window draperies
are all worthy of your earliest inspection.
For rapid and efficient
service, telephone your
wants over our main line.
Phone Number Is Main 11.
A number of the men of South Salem
met at the Leslie M. E. church lust ev
ening and partook of dinner furnished
by the Indies of the church, after which
a splendid talk was given by Dr. Avi-
son, of the first M. E. church, after
which a brotherhood chapter was orgnu-
Ixed and tho following named elected
as the officers: J. L. Iugrey, president;
John L'lricli, vice-president; Dr. Fred
Ellis, secretary and J, F. Shlpp, treas-
Dr. Mendelsohn fits eyes correctly. TJ.
8, Bank building.
All interesting and instructive talk
was given to tho members of tho local
Y. M. C. A. Inst night by Hugh A.
MoriMi, secretary of the Y. M. C. A. tu
Hankow, China. The Oriental worker
explained tho conditions of the associa
tion iu his foreigu district, and told
how the Chinese young men are devel
oping rapidly since tho creation of tho
new government In China. After the
address a nice lunch was served and
Professor Henke, of Willamette uni
verslty, was appointed to take cbnrge
of a mission study class, organized dur
ing tho evening.
Your photo on post cards; evenings
only. Trover Weigel studio. Opposite
A part of the testimony iu the case of
Williitin Black, et nl., against W. A.
Irvine was heard by Judge Oallowav in
the circuit court yesterday, (Several
witnesses were introduced by the plaiu-
tiff ho testified that the restaurant
over which tho suit wiw brought, was
not as serviceable as it should have
been, and that the equipment of the
place was poor. Among tho witnesses in a letter which held that in the event
for the plaintiff were James MeOil-jtho directors of tho two divided dis
christ, Mel Burdick and a waiter. Blss-k, tricts an) unable to arrive at a satis
et al., are seeking to recover pososssion : factory conclusion, an arbitration can
of a deed to property which is alleged be brought about by a law created
to have been traded for the restaurant. J especially for that purpose. A dis-
Kodak ftlma developed and printed.
Enlargements made from any size film,
tjulck service. Trovor-Woigol studio,
Opposite Bligh theatre.
I Start the day right with "Wheat
Attorney Jim O. Heltiel has gone to ola," the monarch of breakfast foods.
Condon, eastern Oregon, where he cxyTust the dish for wife and kiddies, too.
peots to transact some legal business. Vive and ton pound packages.
Attorney llcltxol spent his vacation in
eastern Oregon last summer aud state
that he will ptobsbly take several more who is the Oregon representative of the
long bikes over the sand and through ' National Congress of Mothers and Par
the sage before reluming home. out Teachers' association. ws iu tho
'city yesterday visitiug the different
Dancing school at the armory from 7 state Institutions. Mrs. Tate was ac
to It every Saturday evening. In.true-'compnnied by Dr. Mne Card well, of
tloit given iu hesitation walti and other ' Portland, and Dr. (.ieorge Rebec, of
fancy dances. Mrs. W. II. Tarker, In- Kugcue. The visitors called at the Ore
st nu-tor, tf0 Tiaining School for Boys and the
.i girls' industrial Institution. Lack of
Oliver Lellfuj, of this city, sustained training on tho part of the parents has
a badly gashed hoa.l yesterday when l,cen largely responsible for the down
he slipped and fell on North i'ommer. I u 0( t, majority ef the youths now
cm! street. The man was walking along jm the boys' training inMitutiou. Mrs.
slowlv when suddenly his feet flew out Tate is an ardent worker in behalf of
from under him and h lit head first the young boys and girl, aud is making
on the pavement. 1K was takea into,, t'r f th, state at present studying
the Sharer drug store and after being the different schools aud homes of the
bandaged up, was takea to th homolvoung folks.
or August Nehrt-erger in the latter 'sl
auto. Although painful, the cut iu Mr. I
Liotfus' head, did not prove serious and
he 1. getting along nicely today, It is
Dr. May, Mrrs ipecialltf, MatorJc hid
their lowness. If
' Qoveruor West has re-appointed H.
0. Meyer a member of the state barber
board. Mr. Meyer" 'is the well known
I Mrilll At III.! M,,V,1. .h,.,. V,H,
Com mere ial street and has been in busi
ness in Salem for many years. He has
been a member of the barber board for
several years and has always tuken an
active part in tho conduct of thui de
partment. That suit you're wearing needs press-
ing. Take it to Spuiilding and have it
pressed out like new by a tailor who
known how. 4!)5 Court street, near
Marion county fruit is iu splendid
condition at the present time, accord
ing to County Fruit Inspector Con
stable. Although the trees nro rushing
to the front a little too fast now, Mr,
Coustnblo does not believe there will
be any killing frosts or any extreme
cold weather prevailing to do any dam
age to the tender buds. Mr. Constable
predicts that in tho event there are no
drawbacks iu the future, Marion coun
ty will have tho largest and best fruit
crop It has ever enjoyed in Its history,
flood enre of tho trees and bushes and
ideal climntie conditions are responsible
for the present condition of Tho fru't,
says Mr, Constable.
Do your feet " give out" long he
fore tho dnv's work is donet The onlv
remedy is a pair of Dr. Reed's cushion
solo shoes. Only plnco your can goi
them is at Jacob Vogt 's,
The luquiry which was received by
tho attorney general from 0. B. Hop
kins, of Corvallis, recently asking to be
'advised along what lines must school
directors proceed iu arriving at a prop-
or division of assets and liabilities when
a district hns been separated, was ans-
wered by Oeneral Crawford yesterday
Itrict has underwent a division near
.Corvallis and the directors are unable
to designate the exact amount of liahil-
ities and assets equally.
Mrs. Robert H. Tte, of Portland,
The man of today with little j
money and a lot of brains will X
find countless opportunities to J
Invest both to profit In the j
Journal Want Ad columns, f
No. 680- WEDNESDAY
Women's House Dresses
With Dust Cap QO
For next Wendesday we offer
an unusually good house dress
of serviceable percalewell
made in several styles, with and
without collar- most of these
have a neat dust cap to match
garment. Your choice of light,
medium or dark colors sizes
34 to 44. Wednesday only 98c
Sale commences at 8:30
See window display
The House of Quality
The county attorney of Polk county,
Donald J. Upjohn, was in the city to
day and announced that tho murder of
the State vs. Lewis Davis ha been ad
vanced! on tho supreme court docket and
will be argued on March 12. County
Attorney Upjohn will argue tho case in
behalf of the state. Davis was convict
ed of murder in tho second degree for
killing his jiiother-iii-luw at Ballston
last January, and is now appealing to
the higher tribunal. Ho was sentenced
to servo a life sentence in the peniten
tiary by tho circuit judge of Polk
Dissount on ladies' suits. Today and
next week at Mosher's, Court street.
A delightful surprise party was given
in honor- of lienuie Iiumseyer, at his
home on D street, lust evening, the oc
casion being the young man's birth
day. Tho evening was spent in playing
many jolly games, nifter which delicious
refreshments were served. Tho guests
dopnrted at a lato hour wishing Bonnie
many more happy birthdays. Those
prosont wero: Stella Yaruell, Bertha
Waldorf, Joyeo Stovensno, Emma Wal
dorf, Ruth Purvine, Anna Anther, Le
na Eamseyer, Nettie Honck, Elmer Me
Keo, Harold Smith, Arnold Kruger, Leo
Spitzmart, Dnve Eamseyer, Lloyd
'chestnut, Eugene Orabenhorst, Nick
Brill and Benuio Kamsovor.
Salem pressing parlors. Phone 1276.
J iWith Mosher, the tailor.
The Six O'clock club will meet in the
social hall of tho First Methodist
church, Tuesday evening. Dinner will
be served at.0:,10 p. m., after which
Professor J. A. Churchill, state super
intendent of public instruction, will ad
dress the club on "The Necessity for
Vocational Ouidance. " Superintend
ent Churchill, who hns had 2! years of
successful practical experience as an
educator and who has entered upon
the duties of tho office of state super
intendent of public Instruction with an
intelligent and far-reaching purpose, is
a forceful and interesting speaker. The
Six O'clock club extends a cordial in
vitation to all interested men to come
and meet and hear him. A nominal
fee of i" cents is charged for the
Free pair of trousers with each suit
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
Mosher, tho tailor.
The plaintiff In M divorce case of
Harry A. Morrison against Miraii'n
Morrison today filed a counter affida
vit to a motion which was recently filed
by the defendant, iu which she asked
temporary alimony and attorneys' foes.
The plaintiffs, in hie affidavit, avers
that, by reason of the defendant har
rassing his employers in Salem from
time to time in regard to plaintiff's
wages, ho has lost his position. The
plaintiff further alleges in his counter
affidavit that he has always sent his
(wife money while she was visiting in
th eastern slates, and in different
places In Oregon, and that she is now
secretly conuiving with a certain cloth
ing house and assisting said mercantile
. establishment to recover monevs which
she expended without plaintiff's
knowledge. It Is asked In the affi
davit that that no cousideratio nbe tak
en of the defendant' motion asking
for alinouv and suit money.
Ladle' special discount today and
next week on ladies' suit at D. H.
Mosher', tailor to women and men.
' E IV J
Attorney Grant Corby this morning
filed a brief in tho case of the state
board of health against the city of Sil
verton. This is an important suit,
which involves the validity of an act
of a-municipality in constructing a sew
er which empties into a stream used for
"Look tor the Flying Eagle"
Sunday aud Monday Ye Liberty will
present Oliver Goldsmith's immortal
masterpiece in 3600 feot of perfect mo
"The Vicar of
On tho same program a clever comedy
ADMISSION 10 CENTS.
ttatt laM AH Milea lait Mitt MaM aA lft Afc m
A Stellar Attraction at
Wonderful Singers, Imper
sonators and Musicians
AH Seats Reserved
Prices 15 to 50 cents
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION SALE
OF HOPS. .
Notice is hereby given that there
will be sold at public auction to the
highost bidder for cash in hand, at the
hour of 12 o'clock, noon, on Thursday,
March 5, 1914, at the office of Joseph
Harris, Salem Bank & Trust Company
building, Salem, Oregon, ninety-three
(93) bales of hops of the crop of 1913.
These hops were prime, and prime to
choice, but the same were damaged in
transit by the sinking of a boat on the
Willamette river. They have been re
dried and re-baled in new cloth, and
otherwise in merchantable condition.
Samples of these hops may be inspect
ed at tho office of Harry L. Hart, in
Worcester block, Portland; Oregon, and
also in the office of Joseph Harris, in
the Salem Bank & Trust Company
building, Salem, Oregon. r
T. ROSEXWALD & CO.,
By Joseph Harris, Agent.
TTS t- sS
sv s s
FOE SALE Safe, office desk, two Na
tional caeh registers, 437 State.
FOR RENT Store room at 437 State;
inquire barber shop or Morris Kling
er. FOR SALE Eggs for hatching from
the world's famous winter laying
straiu of White Leghorns, with a. long
standard record of producing from 18
to 24 dozen eggs for year. Call or
address "K," 059 South Commercial
FOR RENT Half of house furnished.
FOR TRADE House and lot for auto
mobile. Phone 2264.
FOR RENT Seven-room modern resi
dence, close to business. John H.
Seott, over Chicago Store.
REMEMBER AUCTION SALE Tues
day, March 3d, at 1:30 p. m., sharp,
of household goods, 542 North Liber
ty street. Frank Collins, owner.
NEVER 'LL BE A BETTER Time to
build than this spring. If you ever
expect to have a home to suit you,
now is the time to plan for it. We
will help you get the money. Ask
us. We write insurance, too. Lafler
& Bolinger, 406 Hubbard Bldg.
FOR SALE Jersey milk cow. Phone
FOR RENT Seven-room modern resi
dence, close to business. John H.
S.:ott, over Chicago store.
FOR SALE Five acres, Hollywood;
will sacrifice for quick sale; cash or
terms. Maiu 1179.
SACRIFICE LOT In Cardwell addi
tion; any reasonable cash offer.
Thone owner Maiu 1179.
FOR RENT Six-room house, near car
line; $3 per month. W. A. Liston,
434 Court street.
I OFFER a good, profitable, well es
tablished business, requiring eight to
tea thousand. Write confidentially
only, if able to handle it. Apply
"Al," Journal office. -
LOST Ladies' Shrine pin. Leave at
this office; reward.
FOR SALE Logauberry tips, cheap. E.
L. Pharos, route 3, box 178.
10 acres close in, $2500.
7-room house, three lots, 5000.
Lot on paved street, $450, snap.
Large lot and house, 1 block postof
fice, JS00O, snap.
Some snaps in city property.
26'-j acres, all in bearing fruit, mod
era buildings, 16,000.
30 acre, 10 cleared, Improved, $3500.
64 acre Howell Prairie, improved, to
trade for Salem property, $8600.
10 acres bearing fruit, improved,
17 acres, close In, Improved, 1000.
Several good buys in Prune
Ranches, Hop Ranches
and Berry Tracts
We have cigar stores, pool rooms, gro
cery stores, shoe shop, hotel, rooming
houses, blacksmith shop, restaurant.
City Lots in all Parts
160 acres, well improved, $0000.
SEVERAL 8TOCK RANCHES
WHAT HAVE TOTJ TO TRADE?
LIST YOUR BARGAINS WITH OB.
WE SELL HUE, LIFE, ACCIDENT
A. B. Cook, Manager
Phone: Office, Main 477.
Opposite Court House. 540 State St
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU IN CONNECTION.
Between flat lenses and Toric
( deep curve) lenses, lies in the
cost of manufacture and the
additional skill and experience
required in placing them be
fore the eyes. We put our per
sonal efforts into each pair of
Toric lenses, so they will meet
your individual needs. When
you get them of us you get the
best Toric lenses.
Ask for Shur-On mountings.
MISS A. McCULLOCH
291 N. Commercial St. Phone 925
Hours, 9 to 5 . Ground Floor
UNITED STATES postoffice, Salem,
Oregon. Office of custodian, February
26, 1914. Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at this building until 2 o'clock
p. m. March 11, 1914, and then opened,
for furnishing electric current, gas,
water, ice and miscellaneous supplies,
removing ashes and rubbish, and washing
towels during the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1915. Sealed proposals will
also bo received until 2 o'clock p. m.,
April 10, 1914 and then opened for 55
cords of wood. The right to reject any
and all bids is reserved by the Treasury
Department. August Huckestein, cus
todian. Davis Rees, member of the automo
bile firm of Rees Sc Elgin, is in Port
land today on business connected with
the Bale of the Oakland and Maxwell
cars, which are handled in Salem by
Is 99 Per Cent
Good Riddance by the Laundry
Linen, blankets, curtains ap
parelall come back beautiful
when we do your work.
Salem Steam Laundry
136 South Liberty Street
Dry Cleaning. Ask the Driver
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
BURGHARDT & MEREDITH
Resident Agents. 385 State Street.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security,
THOS K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregou
JAPANESE LAUNDRY AND DRY
No machinery to tear and wear
out delicate fabrics Work called for
and delivered promptly.
445 Ferry Street. Phone Main 552
5-room house and lot 50x135, on 14th
10-room house, all modern, very close
12-room double house, $3000. Would
trade for suburban home near car line.
5, 10 and 15 -acre suburban hornet on
and near car line.
Trune orchards and prune lands in the
Liberty and Rosedale districts.
One of the very best farms In the fa
mous Waldo Hills, with 8000 worth of
buildings at $115 per acre. For sale.
Extra good bargains In hop yard,
slock, dairy and grain farms, at price
that are right.
Fine location for automobile repair
Choice residences and residence lota
Houses to rent,
C. O. Rice &
W. S. Low
With L S. Barnes & Co.
315-316 Masonic Temple.
If yoa hart bargains to offer, Urt
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