THB DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDKBSDAT, APRIL 1, 1914.-
You Men Who . Heed
Soils Read This
We're positively going out of the Men's Clothing Business. We must sell every suit just as
soon as possible. You have your pick of hundreds of suits and at prices that mean distinct
bargains. The present low prices quoted on suits and overcoats are creating much interest
but to promote more rapid selling for this week we offer the coupon as a special induce
ment to get you here. We want you to see these unusual suit values.
We know you'll be glad that you heeded this ad. The amount of this coupon is reduced
from the already attractive sale prices so take advantage nowbuy that new suit this
week cut out the coupon, ,., i
Remember you run no chances when you purchase here. Our reputation of 34 years' suc
cessful merchandising in Salem is sufficient evidence as to the quality of goods we sell.
Don't forget to
Mr. and Mrs. George Haltenhoff and
little daughter, well known in Hnlem, left
lust night for Tho Dalles who.ro they
intend to ninko their future home. Mr,
iiinl Mrs. Haltenhoff have a fine fruit
mid vegetable farm a few miles from
The Dalles ami they will begin iuime.
dinloly to place the soil in shape for
planting. Mr. Ilulteuhoff has been en
gaged as foreman of the bottling works
of tho Hnlem llrewory osoclutlun for
the pant six years and ho staled last
evening that it is possible that ho will
return to Salem after a while, "Hnlem
In a fine town and 1 would lige to make
it my permanent homt " suid Mrs. Halt
enhoff. Dr. Mendelsohn fits eyes correctly. V,
B. Dank building.
It is understood today that the at
torneys who represented W. A. Irvin In
tho suit which was decided yesterday
in favor of William iilack et al, will an-K-al
to tho supreme court. Just what
grounds will be hold has not been as
certained. Dr. May, nerve specialist, Masonic bid
Sheriff Esch yesterday wade returns
on bench warrants to the county clerk
in the following cases: It. McMorriea,
adultery; J. II. Miller, larceny of a
mnre; Albert Fnore ami W. M.' Dairy,
felling liquor to minors. The grand
jury will convene agriln tomorrow morn
ing at which time it will finish up con
nidcring matters for the April term,
"Sprig has cabe," said awcll kuowu
rSnlcniito yesterday afternoon, while
leaning tin against the shady side of
the 1 luted Mutes National Ui'uik build'
ing. The man explained that he had
discarded his heavy underwear several
weeks ago during the warm spell and
museum ,.tly caught a dickens of a
! 1. rnid man was no other than
Attorney tirnnt Corby. Attorney
t:irby said n few other things cini
reraing the weather alsn, but, being a
ImoHter of the I il climate, the re
porter refrains from quoting the bar
rister lit length.
Ward for Drugs. Bargain price.
Tliouo 2217. Prompt delivery, fill State.
With the exception of a few idilngles
nnd a rafter or two, the new cannery
liuililing down on North Front street
is about ready for aecupiim v according
to A. ,1. Anderson, the contractor who
is putting up the structure. A carload
of cunning machinery has already ar
rived nnd will be installed siniie'tline
this week, whilu several other carloads
of equipment lire now on the way.
.Hunt Brothers will be till prepared to
t ive the 1HM fruit and vegetable
crop nnd say they will pay the highest
Just Iu Spauldlng'i 10U Batohall
IuldcK. llaiiser Bros,
BoTaial friendly bets as to whether
or not Portland would "bring home
the bacon," in the gamo with Sacra
mento, werii made yesterday afternoon'
liy local fans. The bets were not larte
lm the parties interested wotked tip
Considerable enthusiasm over tho out-
This Coupon Is -Worth Two Dollars
$2.00 COUPON $2.00
This coupon is good for two dollars
on the sale price of any suit or over
coat in our men's section, if presented
before Saturday, April 4, at 9 p. m.
bring the coupon, this offer expires Saturday the 4th, at 9 p. m.
Bern quiet work Is being done by
certain county ''officials, to ascertain
tho leak through which came infimin1
Hon concerning the nations of the pres
ent grand jury, That a probe will bo
forthcoming is almost an assured fact
now and loino wnrm happening lire
looked for when Circuit Judge Kelly
opens his session hero this week. No
one seems (it ho able to state where the
grand jury news, came from, but nn
effort is being in ado to find out and, if
rumors current are true, tho parties re
sponsible are already "spotted."
Ladles now la your chance Be
those perfect drew forma, 454 Mariou
street. Thono 1602.
Smoke a Tasbmoo 12'i cent cigar.
" After ' working for seventeen years
for ono firm, the Kilcm Flouring Mills
Co., Paul Traglio yesterday tendered
his resignation. . .Mr. Traglio baa not de
cided jut whnt he will do now but he
hinted last night that he might aspire
for ouiidinter in Salem. Paul is a
Frenchman with lots of nerve and ex
ecutive ability when it comes to man's
beet friend and that he would coax all
the dogn in the country to go and buy
a license remains without saving. Paul s
bosom friend, William P. 1 in bene k, tho
geuiui ex seliool director for Kalom dis-
trlct au, well known business man,
mated yesterday afternoon that Mr,
Traglio is seriously thinking of going
lack to Franco to engage In the wine
iiiauufnct tiring IiuhIucsh,
Dr. r. L. Utter, danUst, Maaonlo bldi.
Eddla Mutthoi who fractured his ol
bow Inst week when playing ball Is Im
proving slowly ami while still suf fet
ing much pniu, hopes are entertained
Hint ho will regain the use of tho mem
ber. Hmuke B Tii'dtnioo 12'j cent cigar.
Judge Tcrey R. Kelly will probably
be in Salem next Sutiinlav morning md
nt that time he will oi nut in his
new i liainbers. The tn-t hu-one to be
tiansiu te.l in the new eouil room will
be the setting f , ,), ,),,,
raigntnents of n various defendants
in criminal eases. It is more than likely
that Judge tlnllowny, who picnics over
department No. 2, will nNo hold .ourt
on the .nine ,luy nu, In his individual
chamber nud County Judge ihnhev stal
ed Inst night that the county court will
have Kouie hu-ouci'N to transact Saturday
in the n i.lrlcd chamber provided for
It on the third floor.
Wliou lu Albany don't fail to atop at
the St. Charles hotel; completely re
modeled and refurnished. J. Stnley,
An April 8 theta will b A meeting
held by the members of the Snlom Com
mercial rlii)) at which time tho date
upon which tho next Cherry Fair will
take place is to be decided. Several
other matters of importance will also
come up for discussion and Tom liicli-
j ardson, the Oregon Development league
booster, of Portland, will address the
While chasing a rabbit last Buuday
near Liberty, SSouth of Nilem, the fine
Airedale clog oifiicd by .stiicey Reeves
became caught on a sung nnd could not
liberate himself until an ugly wound
hud been inflicted in his left siclo near
tho shoulder. It is believed by Mr,
Reeves that tho dug attempted to jump
over a log nnd failed tu notice the
sharp point of a broken limb sticking
up, with the result the brute was
caught. The injured dog was brought
to this city and Dr. Patterson dressed
You can tango all day if you wear
t no remarkable
remarkable cushion sob. )... i i
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Dr. Reel and sold in Salem by
Jacob Vogt, 220 North Commercial.
Attorney-General Crawford will not i
take steps to revoke tho charter hold !
by tho Huso City liquor firm on the
ground that the company is not guilty
of having shipped a package of wine I
to this city without being properly j
labeled. Tho pneknge in question i
was shipped to J. All. Benjninin, a I
deputy in the office of the-attorney
general and contained four quarts of
wine. ine local officers caught sight
of the package and, finding nothing on
it which would tend to adviso everyone
what it was, the shipment was packed
off to the polico station whero a big
pow wow km held over the innocent
appearing box.- Tho wino was finally
placed in the big vault in the city
recorder' office and from all appear
ances It is now up to the owner to call
and ask for It, It wns finally found
tho package was labeled on the bottom.
Henry Smith, a Stayton republican,
has filed his declaration of intention
to become a candidate for constable
for tho Stayton district.
Cleaning, proming. dyeiiuT. all dona
l,y experts at the Capital City Laundry.
Phone Main UW and tho wkl-oii will call
promptly. Pricea reasonable.
Joe Bcott, who waa arrested here
KXTiLeS North' sZm1!: 1
was given a hearing before the justice
of the pence of West Salem, the crime
having been committed near the Polk
. . '
county town, with the result he was
bound over to await action of the next
Polk county grand jury at Dallas.
Scott's bond was placed' nt 200 nnd
failing to furnish the same, Constable
linluh took the man over to Dallas
last night and turned him over to
Sheriff John llrunt for safe keeping.
When you want anything in leather
goods, go to an exclusive Icalherware
store like Shater'a. I7 Smuii I'.im.i
meiviul street, where you can depend on '
geiiing want you want.
Visit Alison's sttractlve new barber
shop In Bligh building, Slato street,
You will never be satisfied until you
; own a really good talking nmchiiie.
I Why not buy it now iiii.I euiov it as
von go along f The Wilev B. .ilen Co.
.121 i ourt.
.Remember, Sunset rervlce always sat
isfies, whether you buy in poison, dv
messenger or er the 'phone. Bear it
in mind when you need groceries South
Commercial, at No, 121.
Smoke a TaOnnoo 12'y cent cigjr.
The Avenue Miukut ta attrtwg
widespread attention aiming Fait Salem
housewives on account of the high
quality of its meats. W. A. Sehlrmer,
proprietor, 1021 tenter street: Main
Hmuke a Tashmoo I:'':, cent elgar,
It Is No April Fool Mosher is in his
State street shop today. Pee him for
A blister on tho bottom of the right
foot is n sign that you need a pair of
Dr. Heed's remarkable cmhion solo
shoes. Jacob yogt, 220 North Commercial.
Central Circle of the Christian church !
will sell honie mudo enndies at the
Imperial Furniture company, Saturday,
April 4. '
"UUD ' i uorvaiiis, nas
W "-n T"ty Jm,.B ,ot
I""'? ,V ' tho ""expired term of
ncior i-. mioses, wno resigned to no-
eept tho position of postmaster.
Dan Cupid loafed around on the Job
last month, neenrding to County Clerk
Uehlhar, with the result that only 13
marriago licenses were issued in Marion
county during the past 81 days. On the
average there are between 40 and 80
licenses issued each mouth and the
county clerk is ht' a loss to' understand
why Master Daniel has been so de
linquent of late. "It all goes to show,
nevertheless, that worn out sayings
about love in the beautiful spring are
getting more frayed around the edges
than ever," said Clerk Goklbar today
as he cast a sorrowful, eye over tha
clean pages of the marriage book.
Milo Atterbury, tha well known yard
master for the Southern Pacific. Co., iir
Salem and who was taken to San Fran
cisco where ho underwent an operation
recently, will bo bnck home about next
Friday according to his father-in-law,
Alex Conoyer today. Milo has been in
the southern city for some time and he
is now getting along finely, according
to the news received from attending
Governor West expected to leave for
Denver to attend tho meeting of west
ern governors Friday, but has postponed
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.. nun iiii-v will iiiiiki, run Trill in.
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governors will meet Tues-
nnd the recliuna-
itiotl conferenco will Iiclmii a tu-n ilnva'
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n,-,,. i niihv, i nt, on. rer oi ine
meeting is to devise some plan by which
the stntes working in conjunction with!
the general government, can take over,
nnd complete all the Carey pro jects, of j
which there are a number in each of tho
western stales. It is believed some nr
rnngemeiit can lie perfected bv which;
this enn be done nnd the interests of the
settler ns well as those of the state.i'
and the general government can be pro-;
The lbrt of filings tor on no uua
morning was ralher light, but the sup-1
ply of candidates is far from lieinj
evluiuvtel. Win. P. Mcnley filed for'
the rcpuhlUan nomination for represen
tative from Jnikson county. 11. Von
der llellen, republican, present senator
from Jackson county filed his petition!
tor nomination for teelivtion. IMwar l1
D. I'hliich, republican, filed for thei
nomination for representative from
Multnomah county; and . lames D. Ab
bott, republican, wants the noininatioa
for state senator from the same couu
tv. S. J, Silverman, progressive, files
lor the nomination tor representative
from .Multnomah county.
K. a Bartlott Paid a 2.r0 fine In I
Judge F.lgiu'a court this morning for'
riding his wheel en the streets alter,
night without a light.
Deputy City Health Officer Hartwell
yesterday arrested Geo. X. Wivhter
for transporting fresh meat Into the
city without it bo'ng properly covered.
Wivhter paid a lino of f.". I
Probably the finest cauliflower ever
brought to Salem was that that has
been coming from Independence this
spring. Jimmy Boggs at the old J. M.
Lawrence stand looked sad when asked
about it, saying he could get no more,
and if he had had time he would prob
ably have shed a tear or two over the
fact. As it is the first of April he
realized it was useless to weep for
evervbody would think he did not mean
Jack Crowe has entirely recovered
from the effects of the hard day's work
he put in on bis ranch a eouple of weeks
ago. He has also recovered from the
temporary aberration of mind that
made him think the ranch needed clean
ing up, and will not have another at
tack before next spring.
The open season for trout began this
morning and bam M inner distinguished
himself by catching minnow. , Bam
said it was a trout but it was April
Fool day and nobody believed him. The
fish wasn't speckled but the story was:
Anyway Sum had something that
looked like a fish and ho siiys he
caught it in Mill creek.
The Al O. Barnes circus advance car
arrived here today unci the town is be
ing billed. The show conies here April
14, p.ud is assured a big crowd. It
will be the first show here this season.
It already has a good reputation here
and is declared to be bigger and better
Young Athern, an American, was
matched yesterday in London to meet
I'nt O'Keefe, of Ireland, in a 20 round
bout beforo the National Hporting club,
Miss Pnulino Aral of Wnconda, was
in the city yesterday.
Clifford llaiold left this morning
for Albany on business.
C. O. Hice is attending to business
matters in Albany today.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. J'etzel of (Jiiinnby
spent yesterday in the city.
Rev. .). Varnes, of Kimball college,
is having great sucecsu in his work as
pastor at Brooks.
J. C. Zalkowitz, formerly in the tail
oring business in this city, but now a
resident of Portland, is here oh a brief
A. Cr. Mngers, who hns been swinging
around the circle, going through Mon
tana and that section, is nt Vancouver,
11. I'., today, and will be home in u few
Mrs. A. C. Mutthes has been called to
Portland by the illness of her daughter,
Mrs. Bert Garrison, who is suffering
from typhoid fever.
"lenntor" Booth was in the city this
morning nnd visited the state house.
Surreptitiously he took a look into
tho senate chamber just for the sug
gestion. Hal Paltou, who has been in Port
land for several days, is home ngnin
- t'''i''f t the locomotive on the
political railrond. The tryout of tho
engines will take place May 15.
Rev. (i, L. Lovell, of Portland, form
erly pastor of tho United Evangelical
church in Salem, left this morning for
tho conference lit Dallas, after visit
ing Salem friends for a day.
Mrs. Bertha Lick Gamer and little
son Robert are up from Taeomn, culled'
hr liv thrt illiiixtn nf Writ fjnninr'l
grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Lick, who died
at Quinaby last night.
Miss Mary MeCormick and Miss Lou
ise Snow, of Independence, visited
Snlcm friends for a few hours yester
day. They were on their way t,o Port
land to study music.
Mine Gladys Canter left this morning
for Dallas, where she is called by the
seriousness illness of her mother.
Former Patrolman Woolery left today
for Hollister, California, for a visit of
a month with his brother.
- - Withering Rosea
features Margaret Fisher, a
The Clutches of a Gang
two reel Keystone comedy
Slim Hogan's Getaway
LaMont's European Dog and
A great attraction
Remember today and tomor
"Sign of the Boat Shows"
Four Days Beginning Tonight
Student Matinee Saturday
The original version of the Great
Au'erican play by Oeorgo Broadhurst
JrJlii Jfctt man
TAID IN FULL.'
A great exposition of the "Social
Evil." A powerful appeal to All Men
FRICE8 NO HIGHER 10 20 CENTS
Tor custom mad to your Individ
ual taste, prieed to meet your purse,
Be our selection eg- silks, ratines, crepe,
for all styles of fancy suits. A. S.
Kozmarek, ladies' tailor, 203 Brewor
INSURANCE POLICIES NOT
CONSTRUED TO LETTER
Portland, April 1. Insurance policies
are not to be construed to the letter,
according to a decision rendered today
by Qircuit Judge Cleeton giving judg
ment for $1,110 to George C. Moore
against the Aetna Life Insurance
company for the Joss of all of his left
hand except the thumb, by a shotgun
accident. The company denied the
right of tho plaintiff to $1,000 insur
ance for the hand on the ground that
tho policy made necessary the amputa
tion of the hand at or above the wrist.
Physicians testified that tho thumb
might as well be removed as far as its
utility was concerned.
WANTED Largo boy for porter work.
Model Shaving Parlors.
FOll KALE $1,500 property; plastered
house, fruit, burn, on ear line; $1,300
terms. Phono 1S80W.
HELP WANTED Man to work on
farm. Must also bo able to milk.
Call at I'inckney Bjos. Dairy, west
end of steel bridge.
FOB SALE First, mortgages on houses
and lots for $S30 and $1000, 8 per
cent quarterly, on 5 years' timo cov
ered by insurance and payment guar
anteed. Seo J. Haumgartner, at
Bechtol & Bynou's.
WANTED Experienced house maid;
general bouse work, uo washing.
MtiBt bo good plain cook, and capable
of managing and ordering for house.
Good wages, permanent position,
rhono Main 1065.
FOR SALE Ono top buggy, wagon
bed and ono spring wagon with
tongue, shafts and top. Phono 377-J;
201)3 Trade street. Stcustrom Bros.
FOB KENT A good houso cheap.
FO(i,-SALE One top buggy, wagon
bed and ono spring . wagon with
tongue, shafts and top. Phono 377-J
2005 Trade street.. Htenstrom Bros.
POTATOES About 20 bushels fine
Hurlmuk seed, 25c, bushel; phone
(i'JO R. H. F. Hankin, l.'iil!) State.
FOR SALE Three fresh milch cows.
Phone 1 137.
$1.00 a Sack
W'o offer you the finest Hard
Wheat .Graham, made by Fisher
Flouring Mills of Seattle, in tho
regular 40 lb. sacks, at the above
very low price.
Place your order today. Ask
.your grocer,. ho will tell you ho
cannot buy it that cheap in car
lots. Every sack- guaranteed.
Stock limited. ', . "
Fancy Hard Wheat Flour
Wo carry all the leading brands
and you- will find our prices
lowor than other stores. "Special
prices in barrel lots.
l'hono Main ISO, . . i
. Phone Main 160.
TONIGHT AND THURSDAY
With all the Latest Events
"Adventures of Kathlyn"
"Three Bags of Silver"
"Andy the Actor"
Edison Comedy, with Little
Andy Clark as Lead
Last jWeek of
.RICHARD DE REVERE
Follow the Crowds
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security,
THOS K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
JAPANESE LAUNDRY AND DBY
No machinery to tear and woar
out delicate fabrics Work called for
and delivered promptly.
445 Ferry Street. Phone Main 652
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
BUHGHAKDT & MEREDITH
Resident Agents. 385 State Street.
"March 23. A man came Into our of .,
i'ice today and said that he wanted,
for cash, from two to four acres, unim
proved, close in, and that ho would
wait until after our April first issue bc
i'oro buying. Have you got it?
"OUT OF THE RUT"
Room 11 Dush Dank Building.
144 acres river bottom lands, $6000.
90 acres, 17 acres prunes, $128 ncre.
38 acres improved, $3800, snap buy.
I.argo lot and house, close in, $6000.
26',a acres bearing fruit, improved,
10 acres bearing fruit, improved $3300
17 acres, close in, improved, $4000. .
Several good buys in berry tracts.
Hop, pruno and stock ranches, right
List your bargains and trades with
We are agents for Canadian
Pacific lands, $11 per acre up,
20 years to pay.
Close in hotel, 30 rooms, $11300, snap.
Several good business chances
We sell insurance of all kinds.
Houses and furnished rooms to rent.
City lots, all parts of Salem.
Acme Investment Company
A. B. COOK, Manager.
Thone: Office, Main 477.
Opposite Court Houso. 540 State St.
Employment Bureau In Connection.
We are Mtrong believers
It has been the watch
word in the selection of
our fabrics.. It has
strengthened the repu
tation of "BISHOP'S
CLOTHES", along with
the best workmanship.
Suits $15 to $30
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