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THE bALEM CAPITAL JOCSNAL. SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY. MARCH 13. 1915.
five JlOTORING TIME Brings Visions of ' Accessory Neccessities . T,n,.0tnfnre. we have the largest and Th!! Itnlete line in the city. Come in and look our most complete ALWAYg WELC0ME. line over. Ray L. Farmer Hardware Co. Everything in Hardware a f!nml Sts. Phone 191 11 bUUl b Ciiy Superintendent Elliott and Principal Nelson of High School Are Reelected i THE GLOBE TONIGHT 3 BIG FEATURES 3 ALICE JOYCE . in the Dramatic Sensation "HER SUPREME SACRIFICE" YOUNG & LORRAINE Comedy VAUDEVILLE ACT Wally Van in the Big Comedy "THE WRONG GIRL" 10c Admits to All. Worth More 10c mfiwBWiMiia Fair Hikers Are Beset by Host of Male Admirers HE'LL BE AT Whether or not to adopt a fixed schedule of salaries with a graduated seule of increase for service for one, two uml three-year periods tind make thut schedule retroactive to the extent of giving credit for years of service til- Irelldv rendered nr in nut tlin uWiorlntn rjagji.JsiT-r."w"i i nnu eftect retard osa of nresont sn lilies and to start the teachers in upon the scale which their salaries fit in the j new schedule is one of the most per- fm-aiuk muvkuouh mii which me r-uiem school board finds itself confronted ii. its efforts to place the district upon I sliding scale of salaries under which lib teachers will be treated justly and equitably and given due credit foi tuithtul and valuable services. I Past night's mot ting wns devoted en ii'dy to the consideration in detail (I u tentative schedule of salaries to of feet every teacher of the city system, which had been prepared in advance by City Superintendent Elliott but nothing or a detimte nature was decided upon and adjournment was taken after 11 i 'clock until Tuesday evening when Superintendent Klliott -will submit u complete comparative statement show iiiK til" effect of the tentative schedulo passed upon together with an estimate of the total budget that will be retpiired under the proposed new schedule. City I Superintendent ). M. Klliott was re elected tor the ensuing year nt $2750 and Principal J. (.!. Nelson, of the high school was also re-elected at a salary of $17-10 for 12 months service, instead of his present salary of 1000 for JU I months. , The re-election of Superintendent Kl liott was made upon the motion of Di rector l.ee, seconded by Director Barnes and following the election, which wns unanimous, Chairman -Miles delivered a brief eulogy upon 1he quality of the services of the superintendent, ex pressed unqualified satisfaction on be half of the board for the excellent showing of progress which has been made by Mr. Klliott and congratulated the board for its good fortune iu having selected a man of his calibre for the head of the Salem school system. In the election of Principal Nelson upon the 12 months basis the board acted up on the, recommendation of Mr. Elliot: the idea being to secure the services of Mr. Nelson during the vacation period when he w ill be of valuable assistance to Superintendent Klliott and relieve ti i in during his vacation. In considering the udoptiou of a new schedule the board bus hud prepared a new standard of requirements for the teachers of all glades which will work some important changes over tho pres ent quulificntions but these require ments will not be made retroactive and will not effect teachers already on the stuff. The question of crediting teach ers coming to the city from other points with experience to their credit iu other cities or towns in the matter of salaries under the proposed new schedule also came up for consideration but Superin tendent Klliott ndviscd that experience iu other cities be not taken into consid eration when employed here and that nil new teachers should be started at the bottom of the schedule n rid permit ibViiUftKNi'TfNftj The three fair' never failed to draw the admiring eves inkers wno set 'of the elligible vouth from his more out trom Port-, demure "steady". i.MKI on toot to. Prettv. sure they're nrettv No . llu' ,!r'an plain featured hisses are taking any rtaneisco fair chances i fnreion I'ii.l.U thi v.,-,- I,'i have been s0 bc-;;s staying around the parental' domicile set with male ad- t0 cook fudge for an ambitious young j mirers that they man who has u steadv job with a I have adopted a "promise" rf a raise! The young! novel plan to in- misses wilh the walking habits are sine their finish- paving their owu way by selling post mg the hike as curds and by appealing in local single misses theatres en the wav. They left I'ort- thcy eat onions, land March H with ." l,.t.. th... I They reached Wood hum Thursday They are experienced hikers and an-1 night, and appeared at a theatre in . ticipate few hardships on their trip.! thut city. The house was crowded and They are each the picture of health! their numerous male admirers threw, and say they are enioving the out of bouquets and violet scented notes up- door life to' the fullest extent. They! on the stage. None of the Woodburn took luncheon ut the t heuiawa' Indian! boys happened to have "pokes'' of.sihool at noon today and reached1 gold dust along that night or they Sab m late this afternoon, j doubtless would have followed the ex- TMicy will march direct Ui Saul ample of the early mining camp days. Frmicisio and who knows mavbe ma Misses Kiltie Huberts, l-'ny shea and trimony, for thev sac they are pro June Shea have set their faces to- pined to take life ns'it comes and to i ward the Uohlcu (Sate all bedecked in (.t '.lie most pleasure out of it in the! high toped boots, khaki tronseis. meantime.. i maekiniiw coats and brnnd brimmed They curry their vanity boxes iu Stetsons and their march so far has thc-r lip pockets. Mm - mm. s3 fesM Great Drama at the Grand Tonight Kntire Charge of Program lit the BLIGH SUNDAY At added uttriicliiui. Key Shea, June Shea, and Kitty Hiborty the (Jirl llikpri. Plfoty of fun. BLIGH THEATRE j,-Ko Raise in Prices The Show That Pleases tho People J The Queen Elizabeth society ef tho ;lc & i sfc j. First MetWIist i-bnicb held a cooked fuoil chicken tarn tide today in th" ' CITY NEWS iiupl.iv section of tho Here i Tlaiuil-: ton furniture .-Kuc. j - Just to keep up the suggestion of try- I4F'Q A M "ICCITO '" "'st ,'U) eommercinl club llL D ill UrrlL-tiK! tin ough the kindness of tho 1'. K. & K. j railroad, are milking urrnngeuieuts to 'place placards reading "Try Salem I First," in all the city street ears. if, f t f p f At IW v - f 1 I i s ' , f 1 1 , - ' ' ' J J l " " 1 - 'I L ' 1' 'A ! 1 i 3 r - . v, ' v ' x H i ' ft i Jf Wl , . . 1 ' ' i ' ' "i 4 . f-t( y J kriiiMiii r.,i i iiini .li-"-'- " j- . ij..jja.M..j:....i.-. ,tS YE LIBERTY i Buttorfat took a sudden arop In the ; local market today of 5 centH per pound inii.l butter of 4 cents. There wnH signs of weakness iu the Portland mnrket ! yesterday, but the drop of from .'12 to '27 cents for butter fut was a much "heavier decline than looked for by tin local dealers. The quotations now jstand today, butter fat 27 cents per j pound mid ereumery butter ;10 cents per pound. Eoqulsltion papers were received to duy by the governor's office fur the extradition of one I!. H. Duke, real name unknown, a fugitive from justice ii'oiu the stale of Nebraska, who i KXDAY AND MONDAY rdf I Qlln-hln Tl WJIIiteil (in II i.tiiit-nn IVirir.,,!- lOllv TWl ' l ! ' 'St ""it of arrest was issued today bv the ' "'S'S't'St (lose 01 Kovemor and forwarded to the proper "lErrilllent eVt'l nrpwirwirl ""fioiitles. It Is understood Duke I. 7 Salem theatre at re!-1'""' ""M ,,y t!l!:Ilt rort,","1 good old-fashioned: John ravrar, Paul Wallace, L. E PnCOS 5 and 10 ppnts ' ","ll,n" m"' "scar 11. Gingrich, of this Only a few years ago American fruit growers, by scientific methods, created the grape-fruit of today. "Utterly Different" from the old fashioned grape-fruit. "Utterly Different" from any other fruit grown. You don't have to ASK people to eat these " Utterly Different" grape fruit. They have tried them -they have found them "Utterly Different" and the world can't get enough of them. Just so have people tried NEBO plain end the" Utterly Different" ciga rette. And just so has NEBO Ejain end the "Utterly Different" cigarette be come famous. Because they are "Utterly Dif ferent" GUARANTEE -If after smoking ha If the package of NEBO vl'din crl you a re wt delighted, return balance of package to P. Lorillard Co., New York (Estab lished 1 700) and receive your money back. Scene from "Today' The wronged husband has taken the law Into his own uanos. At the Grand Opera Houso tonight The society dninia, "To-Di.y," w lib h , gestion of a woman who is arrayed in New York theatre-goers kept running tfi"''' 'i"K jewels and costly furs. The at the th-s.rcct Theatre, that city, all iW'tioi. t first strikes the wife with .,, , ' ; horror; but it gradually takes hold nt lust season, will be presented nt the l,H,r !m , .solution ,,f !,cr-.mori,l Grand Opera House, tonight, March 1.1. icharacter quickly follows. (' (fe Hroadhuist is co-author with j The climax comes when the young Wiriilium N-homer of To-Day." liar- .husband iits the house where his wifoj ry von Tilzer, well-known in the enst is wont to receive the attention of oth- as a music puonsnor, is us iromicer. ers. Me goes to negotiate a leine. II I tlUMKC I I t9 lOcesrrs MB TWINTV mm t Court Hou2e News Deserted by her husband lifter two weeks of married life lit Money drove, r.hv" tells of ,1 vnn,r,l ,,ret- ...... I, I- ... I , ..I, 1 1.1.. I('k"s' ' ""'" ""Ml-V "'""U . , n . ... .. ,. ,.,.., ,,.. i( ;llillst ,r ihnni , William y wite upon w on, an lulonny husbjind , With reason weil nigh dethroned, he nr- .,, '',.,. ,liv,,.(,. ;,.,,.dig to the lavishes his all. Hut when business ranges a meeting. The result is inevit- nl,it fi,., ,, ,,,,,1,, ,.,. ,,,r. troubles come, and their beniitilul able. Swiltly and surely comes the end, Lied I'Vlirunrv (I I'lill and on l-'idiiuiuv ted to work up, ill justice to the home ; l,on"' w,,h nM l,N oXrH'S nn:iit be given nil end that could only be expected. J) f the siinie year, the hiisbniiil de- staff, up nnd ii small flat Jit nil mil retentions i Arthur Hrynn heiols the ruuiimny, uml sorted the wife who alleges that she The old chimney subject nlso came J neighboi hood taken in its stca'j, she re- in his support are liertha Mann, ('lure! has ever I a loving and faithful. There up for blief consideration at the eon-j fuses to relinquish her desire for dress Lindsay, Marguerite St. John, Alice are no children or property rights in clusion of the session over the salary jand 0 butterfly existence. jtiiile, Herman (ierold, Knthmi Keys 1 vohed. William II. Triiolle is attorney schedule and it developed that the Then to the young wife, who Itnows mid Hairy Miu-Fnydeii. This is t'hel'"r t i t" 1 . ' i nun up in i ue notning ol t lie iiooiiuy in love (r scr- same conipnnv as nppeared for four mi ,- ii-ki. i .1 imu u -iiieiocni or ine vice, there comes tne oily, slimy sug-; months tin ui'" mil I'n'i in ui'ii iiii ue lOKCIl until expert advice can be secured upon the question and this will be done to- on in I 'liii-iigo. lay. It was the sense of the bonrd thut if ii steej sinoku stack measuring :isn square inches cannot be squeezed into 11 chimney space of. .'i.'U square inches i'ind the requited smoke capacity cannot lie n'cir.ed to render the service neees- -iii ry for the building, there will be no er course but to have the ehininev lorn down und rebuilt, but in justice to the contractor, with whom n conference will be hud some time today bv the building committee it is proposed to "ecu re the advice oS an absolutely un biased e.vpert. OFFICER 666- where they will attend tho state con iMition of tiie Young Men's Christian so iiitions of Oregon and Idaho. The .mi;,,,, i. ..,,., ,r, I,,,- n.l U-ill He's Lnnli.m- f ii . , with tomorrow 'h program. Mr uuMIlD lor thu li ido v,.i i. o i.... ..c n. ;i,,,.m,.i, . --tiiin'- I-, it iimiiiiki ,1, in,, St Jlltiniina executive coniniittee, nnd will preside 'uiuiLLa i n, ..,.(i.,..,.i ,,,,r.,, (,tv sundayI ' ONLY WEXFORD THE SEASON'S SENSATION Brown and Dolly" The Yorld's Favorites in The DANCE CREATIONS And Wonderful fWnmoa Paid rSuSsof r,eo- Cohans "Hello Broadway" esson fn . - pose for this Picture. A $5,000 dancing film tC ? A rare treat for Salem- The theatres ; this wS 1 ne f rrtlan(1's largcst The Favorite American Melodrama Human Hearts" Th Ba LRjid-In Three Parts "ever crows ok a I'EUFORMANCE-2 TO 11 P. M. Sc Wheat Yield Will Be Good But Acreage Very LkHed.r'ire 'Z, A license was issued at the office (if th iinty clerk today for the luniriage of Flunk i). Iliildis, who is employed iu y. llie pilllltliK mill III r-MM-iioii nnu .05 teililallt tiich olii-es fin the column the dnv of wheal 11ml oilier '('ills is -Mum .Miolson, 11 saiisiiniy also or nil- the Willamette 'al-1 verton. I and inlensil'iiil fn rmiiig is the rule and order wilh the Judge I'crry If. ImHv, ot ilepn 1 1 incut urn Tr Kileui r-,,i. c ill fanners. I No, I of the circuit court for this conn- Other Crops Wintered Well In the Valley 1I.OGAN RELEASES PITCHERS. According to Levi llerren, the prom inent and pio-pcioiis farmer of Howell I'niiiie, Ihere will lie 11 large wheat crop in this section of the Willamette Valley, in proportion to the acreage obinte.l to this cereal, which is verv San Hiego. Cnl., March 1.1. Malinger j biniiII in compai ison to years past, but Hup llognn, of the Venice Tigers, today 1 the winter oats and vetch were serious ideai.ed I'it' hers lfoberts nod Holmes, i y daiiuigeil by I he cold snaps Of the both showed goo, I stuff but their linns ! winter nnd will not yield over a hall' have not rounded inhi shape, Icrop at present indications, All other llognn seigne.l Pitcher Hoy Miteliel, crops seemed to have wintered well, it' the St. I.ouis Hrowns. lOlmer Koest- i with the nicsilile exeeiitiou of louitii- So-net noes you -i e a le a 111 "ii I itinii in other m s, cure 1 is ruined be aiiM' know lory to iliiiot. ."''i acie farm. 1.'! acres under ; 1 ii ii. I 11 lit 11 - liuilicr ami pasture, ll lores in young prune orchard, slrnw berries, loganberries, good sis loom li'iu-c, lui 1 11. and olhcr onlbiiililings. All slick niol iiiiplemciits and honio hiilil (.nnd-" goes. This is 11 good buy. I 'rice .1,J."iil. ty, ni t i lied I', II. Hover, clerk of the ow who is'coiirt, that the depa rt inent would be Is, but his 'opened next Tuesday morning Ills limi ne doesn't1 or will be here on that dale to settle a I bill of exceptions ill the case of tiie state of Oregon eg lies! Miasms llrasser. M'liisser wns ennxict d of the minder o' 1 Uncoil of g ,1 lite si to n,j. tome iu the pcrte'iiii.-y, AM,.r:ii'v t ,1 I'm in 11 1 , ' i urn v.i ior 1 ne 1:11 eni'i. 1,1 will nppenl the m;! to tin Mipiiiue court. Good Buys In Real Estate.;;;;; r:L :z:!, drear Stei lhiiaiinir. deputy couiity assessor, is buck in the office today af ter nil absence of scwrnl days due to troubles of the teeth. Mr. Sleelluiin- nls, per bin hel -bS(i otic Uolled llarley '.flti .'orn if.'IH..r)0 racked corn Ilrnn diorls, per ton Eggs and l'oullry, ''egs, cash, liic; trade liens, lb Ifuosters, old, per pound stags Euttor. renmery butter, per pound ... Hutlerfat, per pound ..Uti ..till ..tf.'fl! ,.17c .1 le ....'if ... he. . :i'1e. ;i2o rortbuid Markotn. I'lithind, lire., March. I.I.- Wheal -i lull, itl..'l7'..; bbieslem, I.KI. dais No. I while feed, . : t : t ..".U . Parley I'ecd, .tL'd.Mi. IImijb llest live, -17. J.I; prime ste m, t7.'iO'(i 7.7'i; fancy cows, ir'il.'iildi tl.7ti; best cnles, .fsio s.jll; spiillg llliobs, tfS (o s..iU. Ibiltcr city ereaioery, dl'.jc, Kggs Selected hial' extniH, !''(( Ilii.c. acr iias not yet reported. SEED GRAIN Have in stock Ifeelcnned Nprinjr Wheat, Ifecleiined Spring dais, Ifecleiineil Hurley, including lleiinled Hurley, Heardless Parley nnd White Paid Hurley. Also, vetch seed, field puis and grass and clover seeds, farm seeds me f iling scarce and would advise placing an early ofler. ' GARDEN SEEDS lfemeniber that we have n com jdete stock of (!nrden Seeds in HI PK and t tint von get more seed and better seed by buying our bulk seeds thnu iu package seeds usually sold by other mer chants. Catalogue tree. D. A. WRITE & SONS 2"1 261 State St., Etlcm, Oregon Then 100. he Io.-iiil' them but he -tilled Ihat h wns conl'ineil to his bed for several Ins s. ll. .. ' ' , '"'"' , "'"',. 1,1 ,,,,. j ,,, t,.,.,iag bv aav menus nor I crop at this eaily stage ,,f soa. i,;,,,,',,,, ,., IMj,, 'rMI ,, I.Mr, llerren sins that while the farmer" lmlin r,1(; ,ice IViii. , ot tins section pin in nil or the nunl-: (;,MI, ,,,. .tli I.! in and to lots. - . , 1 aide ncreaue al their i suosnl to wlieal i , i.. . i ;.. .'iidge hi llv to'liiv hiindcd ... tn nil 1.. v,.i .1.1 ii- 01 Min '"OH .1-1 1 1 in iij; ' ,' ; .-i Hell, Il'llll .1 1 1)1 11 II. Ilrooks, and 1 ige Meclhiiui- tiier, id' SilMiton. This was an action 1 1 in 'i t; . 1 1 on tne ailigi d bn 11 h 1.1 .n ud-vei-l 'Sll g conl if f t I berries and H is ililnciilt to determine ' I the enact extent of the damage to this this vcar, on account of the scarcity of the staple food product uml the nt- Now Is the Time In bay lols if you are going to build, lull 'I unit I'll the building boom starlit ill the Spi in ', Hero Atfl Homo Bargains. .'I fine lols, good barn, nil kinds of beaiing fiiiit trees, g I well, piico f7oii; half cash. Snap for some one. Farm Bargain. Looking for a farm! If ro go nut twlh us 111 one of our autos, wo elm show you some of the best buys in tho connliv; here ale just a few". sl acres well iinpioved, crop In nnd sione slink and implement s go with place; this is one of the best fiii-ms onUowcll I'niiiie, tie ti deep black luaiii WFXFORD TONIGHT. THE GREATEST PRODUCTION EEINO SHOWN IN BALEM "THE MASTER KEY" Thousands nie seeing It. It will hold you every minute - its tho best cast in photoplays. "The JeweTof Allah" A Ilrnn. a of the Par Past LKO COMEDY "GEM and GERMS" Vou'll Have to Laugh. BIIOWINO TO THE BIOOEST CROWDS. Five Cents Prim loutl. L'n acre Italian prune omIi.'UiI all in homing, price if'ioinl. "1 lu res nf good land all under colli atioa. ! ' j 111 res in luii 11 Ih-ci ies, all trelliMil; good hoi!"1, biini. This is a good buy, pi ;(' I.Viu. HI acres all under i 1 It i 11 1 in 11 . I miles from Salem, price .flUon; tt:,H dovMi, Inline c if In per nioiilh, "l! acre l':i no and fruit iiiieh; good house, bam, Minnitig wa'er, .7 actes iu U year old pri trees, Mioiidinu road, h miles frniii Salem. Pii'C .'no per Here; ton,l lenns. Ii per cent. o loom lions", barn, lot 7"xl.'') feet, enst front, closo lo cailine nnd school, not far out. price .fl.enl; ifrwi down. PI n' tes of land, .1 aero cleared, bnl- tii.i.f. liiii.li ,111.1 tiinbi.r oiin I'iiiii 1 1, iiiiln from radtoHil station, t miles fioui Snlei.i, Price thiiio; iJiiii down, bill nine to suit at l per cent, I'lice only ifl.'lj per acre; tcmis. Another O110. Ill acres all eiillivated, house, barn, Top and soiiio slock. Prii 11 tl.in per 11 it-; teiins, S Acres Improved. lock and crop and linplcmcnls; wilh The formal older was 1 1 1 1 . 1 , ) tuday In dc.', iliiiciit No. 1 of the circuit mini by Judge Kelly declining (I, P. Itooth to be the duly elected and (piallied may or of Tin air. The elect bm of .Mr. t,, Ih was contested by M. A. Nicely and the case was In'iinl iu the circuit court of this county. The count in court showed the count of the election board to be cornet, Neither party is to recover costs ill the Uclioll. lose in. A real snap, f'-.-inU terms. L. BECHTEL & CO. 317 Stato St. If you want to buy, lnole or sell,1 i()k iic)lc))(((l !()(!(( TUP MARKET C iliiliJlciliikittik PJ tlsr, timothv, per ton.. I l'loer, j er ton lit If fi I t . Q p .Outs uud vetch Hldi i. n. urifuennursi a tu.Kh'at unci m Room 2, Bush Bank Bldg. .Wheal, yer bushel $1,13 Free Dispensary for Worthy Poor !r. p. II. May, 1, ('., and Florn A. Hrevvstcr, M. 1). 1. (' will eoudiict 11 free dispensary for (Tiiroprin tic adjustments at rooms Me." ll 7, Hubbard Hid. So-culled Inciiiab'u cases especially solicit ed. Horns from 1 to 2 p. in, Phone