DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL," SALEM, OREGON, ' FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914.
Get It at
Get That Suit or
j We're positively
the Mens Clothing Business.
Profits cut no figure with us,
for we must move these suits
and do it quicklyyou will be
interested in the extremely
low prices which prevail now.
ww wyn m wt iffl smi ?
77ie House of Quality
Capital City Brevities
A complaint for divorce on the
grounds of desertion was filed In tha
cirenit court today by Wm, Krebs
gainst Myrtlo Krobs. The plaintiff
vert in bis cimipluiut that the defend
jit de-sertod him about a year ago and
tried recently to obtain a divorce in
Lot Angolcs. The defendant failod to
tgt the divorce in California, allegM
tha plaintiff, and now ho asks that he
bo given a decree. Ho also asks thl
custody of the one minor child at tha
inmin of the marriage.
Professor Frederick O. Honks, Ph. D,(
of Willamotto University, will road a
paper ltffnro the Bnlom 9 o'clock club at
the) First Methodist church noxt Tues
day evening on "China Past and Pros
Mit." Dr. Henke spent nine years
in eiliiciutiunul work in China, having
enine .directly from there to his present
KKi(ion. lie has trnvoled extensively
in China, Colon, Japan nndJudin, and
linn ft keen appreciation of tho forces
that are making a new Orient, lie
prnJis authoritatively of tho possibi
lities of tho new republic of China. All
intemtnil in this timely nnd Intensely
interesting question should hear him.
Judge Galloway yesterday granted a
flireroo of divoreo for tho plaintiff in
tha cane of V. P. Gilbert against Eliza
B. Gilrwrt. Desertion woe tho grouud.
Ward for Drags. Bargain prices.
Thorns 2 47. Prompt delivery, 5 IS Ktat .
Dmlwutloii of Intontlon to become a
randiduto for re-election to tho office
of nhariff wns filed in the county
clerk's ufire yesterday by Sheriff Win.
Esrfe. Mr, Each states in his doolartt
tiua that If ro-clootod he will conduct
tho office to the best of his ability.
Ward for Drugs. Cut rate, Phone
r.M7. Prompt delivery.
It la reported that Mrs. Honry Mor
ris, who resides at .125 North Winter
atrwit, la getting along nicely now af
ter Buffering for some time with a
broken arm received by falling.
"Dr. 'Mendelsohn fits eyes correctly. U.
H. Itauk building.
Look for the Flying Eagle"
Do You Remember
the story by Jacques rutrolle, who lost
kin Ufa In the TlUnlo dlsastor, and
whlh ran In tlie Saturday Eveulnjf
TttttT It'i railed
"The Diamond Master"
ami la the most powerfully interesting
story of recent yean... This Is to be
ray awl tomorrow In motion pictures.
IltAtora three reels to tell the story, md
Xtm Animated Weekly and a clever com
vfty pWlurs axe ou thj same program,
.SUNDAY AND MONDAY.
John Bnrrymore, In the great American
ewwsWlj, "An AmorU-an Oltlseu."
CStrittm Tuesday " Paul J. Sainey'i
"Look for the Flying Essie'
going out of
"Ye Ooode King Blng" has issued a
command to his subjects, tho Cherrians,
to attend a mooting which is to be held
tonight at 7:30 p. in. Ho assures the
members that it will be monoy in their
pockets to be there on time, and tlut
tho place of meeting will be in the
Commercial club rooms. The meeting
will adjourn promptly at 8:30. A few
talks on swat-the-fly will bo given and
plans laid by the Cherrians to take part
in the warfare.
Dr. F, L, Utter, denyst, Masonlo bldg.
National Committeeman Ralph Wil-iK
liams and wife wore in the city for a
short time yesterday. They passed
through on tholr way to Dallas to visit
for a short time.
Bring us your Kodak films before 6
p. m, and got them tho next morning,
or prints tho next afternoon. Trover
Wolgol Studio, opposite Bligh theatre.
A complaint to recover $81,44 alleged
to be owing for goods sold and delivered
wns filed in tho justice court yetordn,
by Fletcher & Byrd ngninst G. E. Pen
dleton. Visit Gilson's attractive now barber
shop In llligh building, Stnto street.
County Clerk Max Golilhar yester
day officially announced himself a can
didate for re-election, llo filed his dec
laration mid prevailed upon himself to
plnce after his niinio on tho ballot the
simple words: " Eor re election to a
Fine printing; Fuller Printing Con
cern, rhono Main 2170
At the meeting of tlie ministerial
union Monday at 2:30 p, in, n the Y.
M. C. A. building, the paper of the day
is to be presented by President Eleteher
Koiunii on tint subject, "Tho Church
and tho Hlato or Religion in Polities."
Thus. ,1, Woodcock, secretary.
Plasterers, attention. Open meeting
of local No. 4(15 at D'Arcy Hall Thurs
day, March 11), at 7:30 p. m, All plas
terers Invited to attend.
Don't fall to hear Rev. Thos. Q. Rog
ers tonight at tho Commons Mission,
41 HUte street. This is his last night
at the mission. We look for a refresh
ing time from the Wd. C. 1). Black
Sunday Matinee at
That' the time for the opening of thi
in tlie sparkling comedy
Four acts of clever fun. Don't miss the
opening day, Buuday, March loth, at
The women of Salem are Invited to
attend an open meeting of the Woman s
club, Saturday, March 14, at 2:30
o'clock, at the library. Mrs. Anna
Rogers FibU will road, "Tho Pipor,"
by Josephine Peabody, with violin ac
companiment by Miss Mary Sehultz.
Hoar Dr. David Buchanan locturo tip
on "Tho Bahal Brotherhood" Sunday
at 2 p. m. Unitarian church. No ad
mission. J. Coleridge McElroy, a former Eu
gene boy, now in business at Salem, was
in Eugene greeting his ohl friends yes
terday, returning home last evening.
He is now conducting a fine billiard,
pool and bowling parlor for men and wo-
men. Ho opened business five weoks
ai"l says his place is crowded every
day. Eugene Guard.
McKlnley 10c- music always in stock
at Geo. C. Will's music store.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wolfe, who reside
at 101 Lincoln street, aro entertaining
Mr. and Mrs. Broathway, of tho Cana
dian country, Mrs. Brenthway is a
sister of Mrs, Wolfe, and the visitors
are rather partial to thifl climate.
Get some popular sheet music from
the largo stock nt Goo. C, Will's music
stoio for your Huiiiliiv call.
Story hour at tlie public library Sat
urday morning nt 0:30, "Tho Woudor
laud of Beasts." The doors are open
from :2i to 9:351 All children from
.") to 12 years aro weleomo
"The Rivals," by R. B. Sheridan will
be interpreted by Prof. A. P. Neddie
in a rending at the public library audi
t oviii in this evening at 8 o'clock. Prof
essor Koddie has pleated Salem audi
euces before nnd bis roading of thb
very good comedy will be a rare treat
Genuine noodles, oils and parts for all
sowing mnehinos at Geo. C. Will 's sew
ing machine and music store, 432 State
The fire department made a run to
the Illinois club building last night i'l
response to nl call, but upon arriving it
the place it was found nothing but a
chimney fire iu action. No damage was
The sign of a Salem booster nun
smoking a LaCorona tOo cigar tho most
famous product of the Capital City for
nearly a quarter of a century.
Tom Ordernunn, the genial represen
tative of Lang & Co., wholcsalo grocers,
of Portlnud, is able to bo on the job
again after undergoing an operation for
appendicitis. Tom apioar to be iu tho
pink of condition1 now, despiu the se
vere ordeal, and was around today in
terviewing his many good friends ami
Watch, the entrance of Shafer' leath
erwine store. New goods going iu
and coming out all the time. Always
busy theie 187 South Commercial "t.
Remember, you have a standing Invi
tation to call and her the new talking
machine records as they arrive. Th't
Wiley B. Allen Co.. It. E. Potent, Mg-,
Hustle your clothes Into the bus.
l'hone Main Away It goes to tt
Chplta) City Loundiy. Back come
every article snowy white not a tear -sot
A repetition of the St. Patrick's ball
of 1913 will be given by the Moose
lodge at its hall, on the corner of Court
and Higb. streets, March 17. The Moose
lodge of Salem "took the St. Patrick
cake" last year by giving one of tha
finest dances of the season on that
memorial day and the members aro
working hard now to prepare something
entirely foreign to balemites in the way
of originality for the program next
Tuesday evening. ' The Peerless orchej
tra has been engaged, the floor polished
to ice-smothness and the "wearing of
the green" will prevail both in dress
A suit to quiet title to lands in
Marion county was commenced in the
circuit court this morning by D. Mc
Cleary et ux against Louis M. Wood
aiders et al.
Judge Percy R. Kelly arrived in the
city this morning with the intention of
holding court. He found the chamber?
in the court house all torn up and then
went to the city hall. Here he found
Judge Galloway holding court in tho
council .chambers, the only available
room in the building, and be finally ac
cepted an offer made by tho fire boys
to use their quarters. Judge Kelly
heard an. argument on a motion for if.
new trial in the damage case of Robert
M. West against J. H. Sanquenette.
The motion was denied.
The mother of Miss Mable Childs, of
Roseburg, was taken to Portland yester
day and will remain nt the home of her
il'hter in that place until whtflly re
covered from a recent attack of pneu
monia. Miss Childs spent a few hours
in this city yestorday afternoon visiting
friends, returning to her home in Roso
burg ou the evening train.
Man cannot live by bread alone, but.
he can find the finest assortment in
the city right in our showcases. Fresh
every day. Sunset grocery, South Com
mercial, at No. 121.
Vick Bros., the local agents for the
Ford auto, have purchased the home of
J. W. Harriott on North Church street
where they will erect a garage in the
near future. Mr. Haniett has purchased
the home formerly owned by Clydo
Johnson, located on Church and Uuioi
F. L. Stiff will soon be at his placo
of business again after suffering for
several days with an attack of the grip.
Eugene educators, both from the Uni
versity of Oregon and from the high
school have been chosen to speak at the
conference ou "Sex Education in the
Schools and Colleges, which is to bo
held in Salem on April 3 and 4. Pro
fessor Joseph Sehafor, Professor C, f.
Hodge, Dr. Bertha Stuart, Professor
Edwin V. O'Hiira, Profesnor A. Tf.
Sweetsor, from the U. of O. and Princi
pal Georgo W. Hug of the high school
are down for talks ou subjects relating
to the conference. Those persons mny
also take part in tho discussions which
will follow other numbers on tho pro
gram. F. A. Vogot, general manager of th
rails City Lumber t o., bus returned
from a trip to Falls City and other
points ou the west side lines. Whiln
uwny ho inspected the logging camps in
the neighborhood of Black Rock nnd
tiiind them lively with a bright outlook
for a good summer's business.
Dr. May, nerve specialist, Masonic bid
Mrs. Alice M. Dohman of O, A. C.
speaks this evening on, "Home Nurs
ing." nt Central Congregational church,
Ferry and S. 19th streets. Mrs Dolman
represents the department of domestic
economy which has already provided
several most acceptable spoochon for the
extension course. No charges are made
nnd it Is hoiK'd people generally will
profit by this opportunity to hear a
specialist on such a vital subject.
Salem' model photoplay house presents
TODAY AND SATURDAY
2 Special Features 2
THE NEW YORK ZOOLOGIC
AL PARK .
Part of the largost single collection of
- wild animals in captivity.
ALL FOR HIS SAKE
A powerful two-reel detective drama,
featuring Oortmde McCoy.
HIS LITTLE PAGE
RICHARD DE REVERE
Special Vttigraph Featurs Sunday,
To Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Price at their
home, corner of Center and Winter
streets, Thursday, March 12, 1914, at
4:30 a. m., a son.
At the residence of the officiating
minister, Rev. Delmar H. Trimble,
pastor of the Centenary M. E. church,
in Portland, Tuesday afternoon at 1
o'clock, Miss Lucile Staley to Albert
Miss Staley has been employed for
some time in the office of the state
board of control at tho state house.
Mr. Minton is a promising young at
torney of this city. He is a graduate
of the "Willamette university college cf
liberal arts and college of law.
A SCOTCH MOON.
An old Scottish gardner was showing
to a tourist the beauties of the loch and
of the little village of Duddingston. It
was evening, and as he expatiated ou
the lovely scene, and on the glories of
his country the moon rose over a hill.
Tho old man stopped short in the mid
dle of a sentence and gazed in admira
tion at the moon. Then he turned to
the tourist and said:
"There's a moon for yel I tell ye
mon, we're a grand nation!"
CLOSES FOR SEASON.
Madison, Wis., March 13. The last
of a highly successful senson of "Farm
ers' institutes, ' ' conducted under tho
auspices of the extension department of
tho University of Wisconsin, were held
today at Wild Rose, Ardale, Doyles
town, Dawlton, and New Lisbon. Offi
cials in charge of the institutes reported
on tho work that has been done. Their
reports contained high testimonials
from farmors all over the state who de
clare they have received vast benefits
from the system. Wisconsin was the
pioneer in this movement to hold meet
ings in small towns where the farmers
gathered for instruction in practical
and scientific methods of building ud
their farms and increasing their profitj
not only through the development of
larger crops but also through estab
lishment of a better system of reaching
the consumors with their products.
UNITED FHKSS I.EiSBD WI11B.)
Oakland, Cal., March 13. A time
clock dovice early today exploded an
infernal machine secreted in the rear
of a brick bakery in course of construc
tion at Sixth and West streets here. The
bakery is owned by Giachino & Deva
pof, Valuiblo mnchinery was destroyed
and tho daminge may amount to $1000.
No intent to take lives was contem
plated, as a time was chosen when no
one would be in the building.
Tho police believe that revenge was
Final testimony was taken today in
the enso of J. W. Ransom et al against
D. N. Mdntui'ff ot al. Tho arguments
in tho case were continued until next
. '"'"y- ' Wi&tJt'-
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corner Cottngo and Belmont. Phone
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Reward for information or return to
D. M, Stevenson, 1105 Leslie street.
EXCELLENT DRY ASH and Maple
wood for immediate delivery, at
1.50 por cord. Phone Main 581. T.
A. Livcsloy & Co.
FOR SALE Fine loganberry tips, lc
each. Albert Jonunti, care Steusloff
FOR SALE Good driving horse, per
fectly gentle; only $50. Call at 670
LOST Fountain pen without cap; pur
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FOR SALE Cows, six good young
Jersey, Holstein and Durham, Two
heavy milkers, with young calres.
First street east, first house north of
HOB YARD WANTED Wanted to
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or sharo rent. Address box 333, Sa
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
BUROHARDT & MEREDITH
Resident Agents. 383 Stats Street.
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I uramtuic Heading or
Professor A. F. Reddle
Public Library Auditor
ium tonight; 8 o'clock
ONITED PI1E3S LEASED WIIIE.1
Seattle, Wash., March 13. Al-
best Dahlstrom, head of the "he-
liga" cult who his been on trial
here charged with violation of the
Mann white slave act in transport-
ing MissEdna Englund of Tacoma,
one of his alleged 32 wives from
Seattle to Fresno, Cal., was found
guilty at noon today by the jury
in the United States court on one
of the four counts against him. f
JEWELS NOT RECOVERED.
ONlTBD PRESS LEASED WIIM.
New York, March 13. Flat denial
of reports that part of the jewels
stolen from her homo in Narraganseti
Pier, R. I., last year had been recovered
was voiced here today by Mrs. John
Hanan, wife of the millionaire sh:e
manufacturer. Mrs. Hanan also denied
that the jewels were worth $250,000 as
was reported at the time of their dis
appearance. THREE MORE BODIES.
ONITED PRESS LB1SID WIRE.
St. Louis, March 13. Threo mora
corpses were taken this forenoon from
the Missouri Athletic club ruins. This
brought the number recovered up to 2,1.
Fragments of other bodies were found
but they were so badly burned it
could not be told how many they repre
DAM GOES OUT,
Seattle, Wash., March 13. The Fre
mont dam between Lake Union and the
Lake Washington canal went out nt
12:30 o'clock this afternoon and at 1
o'clock this afternoon threatens to
flood a large part of the lowbuids along
the canal right of way between Fre
mont and Ballard. The city's new con
crete bridge over the canal at Fremont
is in danger of being undermined.
Notice of Amondment of Assessment
Ordinance for Improvement of South
Twelfth Street, From Mission Street
to South City Limits.
Notice is hereby given that the Com
mon Council of the City of Salem, Ore
gon, will at or about 7:30 o'clock p. m.,
on the 16th day of March, 1914, or at
the same hour at any subsequent romilar
Council meeting thereafter, at the
Common Council chambers in the City
of Salem, Oregon, proceed to amend and
modify section 4 of Ordinance No. 1311
so as to re-adjust and correct the pro
portionate shares of the total cost of
improving South Twelfth street from
Mission street to the South City limits
heretofore assessed upon each lot or
port thereof or parcel of land liable
All persons interested in said assess
ment and the amendment thereof are
hereby notified to appear at said time
before tho said Common Council and
present their objections, if any they
hove, to said amendment of said as
sessment and apply to said Common
Council on or before tho said 10th day
of March, 1914, to equalize their pro
portionate shares of the total cost of
improving said South Twelfth street,
and their enid assessments as amended.
CHARLES F. ELGIN,
omluiftloonly 1234,)6on is radtd
90 acres, well improved, 6 miles west,
i7 acres prunes, $12S por acre,
38 acres improved, $3,800.
7-roora house, three lots, $.)000.
Lot on paved street, $150, snap.
Large lot and house, 1 block postof
fice; $6000, snap.
26Vi acres, all in bearing fruit, mod
em buildings, $16,000.
30 acres, 10 Cleared, Improved. $3500
64 acres Howell Prairie, Improved, to
trade for 8alem property, $8600.
10 acres bearing fruit, improved,
17 seres, close in, Improved, $4000.
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
SEVERAL STOCK RANCHES
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE?
LIST YOUR BARGAINS WITH US.
WE SELL FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT
A. B. Cook, Manager
Phone: Office, Main 477.
OppoeiU Court House. 540 State 8t
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU IN CONNECTION.
(Continued from page one.)
his -questions but the break did not
When he gets through the octopus act
the case will get down to its merits and
will have some interest for the public.
This afternoon on the convening of
the commisison F. N. Derby was called
by City Attorney I'age and testified
that, he and W. H. Grabenhorst Thurs
day and today made an appraisal of the
company's land and fixed the value at
$27,800. Mr. Grabenhorst alBO testified
to the same fact. This property wa
valued at $62,202 by Engineer Doreszki
for the company.
Considerable disappointment was
manifested by City Attorney Page over
the failure of witnesses to appear this
afternoon for the city. He considered
a full effort had been made to got them,
Engineer Haganah thought this was
favorable to the company and showed
that the citizens were not interested in
the matter or else felt favorably toward
the company. Mr. Page expected to get
his witnesses on the stand some time
WEIGHTY MATTER SETTLED.
UNITED PRESS LEASED WIHI. ,
Paris, March 13. After eight years'
litigation, the 50 members of the cous
of cassation held today that the rural
co-operative land society of Maginod
had been forced to pay 25 cents toj
much , stamp tax on its registration
papers and must have its money back.
WOMEN GET SUFFRAGE.
UNITED PRESS LEASED WIRE.
Copenhagen, Denmark, March 13.
Controlling majorities in both bouses of
parliament today agreed to the passage
of a constitutional reform bill, under
the provisions of which all electorate
property qualifications are abolished
and suffrage is granted to women.
WE, W W H Will SE lli RlMipl
, We Can Sell
$5000 Property for
For a few days only. We can sell 3
houses in Fairmount park; one is strict
ly modern, for $2900; terms. Mr. In
vestor, look this up for there is only
one chance in a lifetime to pick up a
snap like this one.
Bechtel & Bynon
847 State Street.
To buy, sell or exchange real
'Out of the Rut"
Room 11, Bush Bank Bldg.,
brings the buyer and seller to
gether without commission.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security,
THOS K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
JAPANESE LAUNDRY AND DRY
No machinery to tear and wear
out delicate fabrics Work called for
and delivered promptly.
445 Ferry Street. Phone Main 652
50 acres bearing prunes, all equipped
and In fine shape. A decided bargain.
Ideal dairy farm of 80 acresj near
creamery, 60 acres in cultivation, 20
acres in pasture, best of clover soil,
good 6-room house and barn, all kinds
of fruiti and berries, spring water
piped to house and barn. Extra good
5-room modern house, new, snap, $200
down, $15 per month on balance.
100 acres river bottom, $50 per acre.
10 acres choice cherries, beginning to
C. O. Rice &
W. S. Low
With L S. Barnes & Co.
S13-3H Misonlo Temple.
If yoa have barf aim to offer, Hit
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