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THE BA1EM CAPITAL JOTONAL, BAIKM, OREGON, SATUBDAY. MARCH 13, 1915.
EIGHT. MM 4 Dainty New Footwear A Showing That Will Please AH Women. New Assort ment of Desirable Clothing, Hats and Shirts for Boys. Attractive Spring Displays In Every Section of Salem's Big Store You'll find here the very newest and most desirable assortments of new goods. Every article that comes to this great store is carefully selected by experienced buyers who extend every effort in procuring quality merchandise. THE NEW SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, WAISTS AND SKIRTS FOR WOMEN AND MISSES ARE ATTRACTING CONSIDERABLE COMMENT AND ADMIRATION. IBUREN & HAMILTON Enthusiasm Grows As FURNISH LODGE ROOMS, Milesjall Behind Masonlo Lodge at Silverton Have; f vou imVe been following the Eooms Furnished By Local j0)lrnpv f the three Portland K"l Salem Finn.. hikers, vou should seep your eyes open, . . ....1 v nvclvA 111 tor tnev are fx i Our 734th Wednesday Surprise Sale, March 17th A Great Offering of Messaline Silks at 69 Cents Per Yard Usual Qualities to $1.25 should interest every woman dressmakers should take particular notice of this event for it offers values that happen seldom. May be had in black, white and popular colors ;)G inches wide and sells usually up to $1.25 a yard special surprise price next Wednesday, Gf) cents per yard. Sale Starts at 8::i0 See Window Display In The Wash Goods Section A Gingham Sale-Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday-Beautiful Cotton Voiles Specially Priced I'RETTY DRESS GINGHAMS A large assortment of pretty ginghams in plaids and checked effects most popular coloring 27 inches wide and our regular 15c grade. Special for three days commencing Monday, at 10 cents. I'RETTY COTTON VOILES-This is a timely sale of fine sheer Voiles just when thoughts are turning toward spring and summer apparel. A fine grade in white only yard wide and our regular 25 cent grade, for 1!) cents. Special all week, commencing Monday. 10c. Buren & Hamilton were successful in securing the contract for doenititinj,' and finishing f the new four story brick Jlnsonie Temple at silverton. ! The quartern of tlie -Masonic lodge 'lire in the modern style of architecture, solidity, pouifort ami convenience being the chief keynote. ! The homelike character of the entire j unite id well carried out in the recep tion room with its spacious floor, col loninl columns, arrlicl windows and large open f noplace. The walls are in a soft shade of tan mid live tuned brown velvet carpets covers the floor. The windows are draped with n new cut out sundour fabric to match walls, floor and furniture coverings. I l.eutlier chairs, rockers, davenport 'and massive solid mahogany table com I pletea the room which is homelike, com ' fortahle and inviting. To the right of the r .tim room lis the ladies' rest room furnished in noiu tune and ivory. 1 lie floor cover iiig is n blue Axininsler. the window draperies are blue cuf out sundour hung in the modern style "nilli pleats and French headings." The main and most inter. 'sting room in the lodge hall with its hij.li ceilings u nil paneled walls is said to be one of the most complete ami l"'sl cuuiiii.od i in the stuto. The color scheme is blue 'and brown. The entire floor, about -'Jo ; by 40 feet is covered with a small pat- tern two toned blue velvet carpet. The i furniture is solid mahogany, upholster jed in dark brown leather, j I'nlike most lodge rooms the old cum ibersoine chairs for the officers of the lodge have been superceded with spe jcially built overstuffed l,ij. buck chairs which fold dignity an. I comfort , to ii ii already luxurious room. I Huren and Hamilton aie to be highly jeoinmeiKled in seeurinj; this contract. I figuring as they did againsi several of 'the largest dealers in the state. Everything is now installed to the utmost satisfaction of the committee in charge. Attend the social service meetings at the 1'iiitiirian eliur.h S lav evening at 7 :.. .Mrs, ai infos' will sing! Try our 35-ceut chicken dinner to morrow at the Cottage, j "Parting of the Ways." A. L. Crim I 11 to I I,,., I., . . : .1 . .... ......u ... on h i, lonigiii, nisi uiris- I f in ii ,1,, Men's Suits Made to Your Measure $13.75 and Up diui' -- .OOOlGOODSfeS; TRY SALEM FIRST ALM COMMERCIAL CLUB .'Inuring Mills All Around Town Tckalon cream lias no peer in croams - at Itoth's. I the music stores will be icervcl nt the Innniuy in- i l-'ri.hiy, from I 1 :.'lu a. m. i to 7 : 10 p. in. lint iie house, I, I ! Goo. F. Rued, who came, hero recent ly I'iMiti Kansas, is expecting the ur- f ,;va - ,iH n, 1Vl) dinighlei-s to Tho river is frilling today, the presont ' din , Mr. Ii I bought a farm near singe being '.'.S feet above low water ; Sublimity and is uuihiug seveial im nun is . Til.' re was n .11 inch rainfall porta, it iiupiiiw, incuts on his new homo. Dr. Mondelsoiiu, specialist In fitting ' glisaui correctly. U, B. bank bldg. Pared delivery, ImkKhho 1,1111 frotitht. I'lices, llie, lie, 'Joe nml ."ill. C. ft. .McKlne.'. I'houe 7:1 I'l. May Fong Tyo. Good noodlos. Boxes lor" Indies, till Kerry street. Because, of many roiitiests and the1 gient enthusiasm muuilested in the. .ipoiio ciun cicieer, at the aininiv The Musical Artists' Course presents their next number, the .polo club, of I'ortlund. This club is one of the fin est Minlo choruses on the coast. The best professional singers and teachers are included in its i bership of 7.1 voices. Those purchasing exchange tickets now may have the privilepe of reserving their seals at the advance sale at the armory aet Friday trim ll::id a. in. to 7:o p. in. Kntir'e house $t. Norma N. Leffingwoll, cmbalmer and ludy assistant with Cottage I ndertal; ing 1'iirlors. I'lu.iK. 721. The first quarterly meeting of the Snlein social seivue center will be held at the city bbraiy at 7::itl this evening upon which oitiisioii Mecretnrv If. A in Salem tonight about tour o nw. tu arU nre "Miss .lone and Fay Shea, and Miss Kittie riebertz, wctl kiwwn and ioiulnr Portland g'ls. on their way to Sail Francisco to attend the exposition. Leaving Portland early last Monday morning, thev have been traveling leisurelv reaching Chcinnwn yesterday where thev were entertained last night land today by the officials or uic Indian training school. A Journal re porter "assigned" to get a "story", had a Tather difficult time in locating them at that place today, they were so busy inspecting the various building mid exploring the gardens which sur round them. Thev were finally located in one of the buildings and ' didn't mind being "written up" in the least. Both the Misses Shea ate most substantial look ing girls, and give one the impression of being entirely capable of with standing the hardships incidental to such a trip. Tloth are typically Irish as their name- would suggest, blue eyed, dark haired ami clear skinned, with' dimples thrown Miss liobcrtz is blonde and looks too slight for such a trip, but in this her looks are decep tive for she is sort of professional when it comes to hiking only last year being the principal in a three thous and mile hike from Saginaw, Michigan to San Francisco. The girls nre outfitted in khaki trousers, flannel shirt of the same color, high top shoes, brown mnckinuws and cowboy hats. A colorful loose tie is the only feminine accessory of their wardrobe, but when some one, during the interview laughingly spoke of the absence of the inevitable vanity ease, one of the girls demurely renelied into a trouper pocket, bringing out a tiny powder puff with which she daintily touched her cheeks and nose, "Oh yes,' they explained, "those little things appeal to us just like they do to nil girls, but. von see", was further explained, "it has been found by all feminine hikers, that skirts are im possible. " Tomorrow nftcrnonu nnd evening the girls will appear at the I'.ligh Theatre in Salem. Miss .lime Shea is one of the most popular younger singers in Portland, having appeared as n lending contralto in "Colonel Remix and Belle." uivon at the llelig this winter by the Mult nomah Club and numerous other con spicuous events. Thev were particularly anxious to reach Salem ns nil Ijieir ninil had been forwarded here. " Ves," one of the. girls said, "we will have hundreds of messages when we get there", and she a. bled us an afterthought, "Kittie will have n letter from .lim" who ever lim is. Mrs. Charles R. Shea, mother of the Shea girls, will join them in Salem. Good for You FOR BENT 1 acre, 4-room house, 3-4 acre loganberries, 1 block to car line, 3 blocks to school, $10 per month. 5 acres, 2-room house, 3 blocks to car line, $5 per month. . FOE SALE 5-room plastered . house, 2 blocks to school, has good well; price $1,150, $15 down and bal ance $10 per month and Interest. 10 acres for sale on easy terms, 4 miles out. All in culti vation, small shack; $50 down and $10 per month. J. H. Mills 275 STATE STREET. country and town districts. Addresses were made by Mrs. O. ii. Frazello of Cortland, stute superintendent of pub lic instruction J. A. Churchill and Prof. Stetson of the University of Oregon. Salem was also represented by the president of the different parent teach er associations of the different schools. The special object of the meeting to day was to effect a permanent organ ization and to discuss ways and means of extending its usefulness. Go to Dr. Stone's for trusses. State Senator C. P. Bishop will pre- NEW TODAY 49 c.: white wYANitiTnrinrr-r--. I string. Kre, Miller lit K '" ' ii,. SEWING wanted at niiTT"T- JIAKHY Window afT ' lu Phone iv ROOM nml l.o,..i i.."-- : lOIM-. man wishes woriTofT" larui work preferred. A,l, .. M., care Journal. S side at the meeting to be held at the First Methodist church, nt 3 o'clock to morrow afternoon, the principal feature of which will be an address by At torney (lenerul George M. Brown in which he will gie a legal interpreta tion of tlje effects of the prohibition bill enacted by the Inst legislature. An other feature of the meeting will be music furnished by the preacher's male quartet and addresses liy others. I'o not fail to take advantage of this big meeting. F01 SAI.K-Store fixtl,r s ow,,,ses, scales, ,.asl, r , all 1 l.'l nines street. FOK .HATCIIIX.i-Choic.lfEn Butt O.pington eggs. ;l4 ,., " .street, corner North Froit. j, NKW Sniitli l'reinier tvpe.vriter I": special price I3.' J. . J4i I ourt street. j. FOR liKXT-Vp to date 7-roou f, close in. Pee R. 11. Klciiiiog. na 1-1. Res. I'houe !':'. FOR UK NT He tint iions flo ii'Jhlc from ... block mid hulf tmf 'ourt FOR RENT I'uui liioni mudern in. furnished or nnfiiiiiisl,a,, km 210 South rouiteeiitli, J,,: FOR expert landscape or garden , lawn work, see nr ii..irj V; Liuiu n Hins., 171.1 Hickory ,t Mi.-i FOR SAI.K- I'.v owner, l.i arif. fo land, fenced ami clear, reck r Ha'gniii if i liken soon. I'liow K! Re-iden"e plume S2. Se; jour usea furniture id exobuuire fo? new, Calef Bros., homo furnisleii Phone 5ii3, an interestiiiL' progress made leciildcd veslcnlliv. o- - Governor Wlthyconibo yostorday ac cepted the resigiuit inn of Ml. I. I. Ilu luer us u niciiiber of the state bouid of barber examiners. The governor ap pointed Mr. C. II. Kelly, ol I'oiiliind, hi this . notion. n Tho Cupltal Lumber CO., 31(1 South tm, iweiiui. nun, ling material ot all km, Is Have Rolnhard do your store and of fiee fixture wuili. I'hone .11 1. Milieu 'Jll. the liilllineemeot l,el;..i u ii ! will be possible to raise the leouired i r. f... .1... ..I.. i. i i.. ... . .,' .. U. 1 i on. in poiciug i ue en tire house at the low price of ifl. Only those purchasing exclinnge tickets n't the linisie stores now will be entitled to reserve the best scuts next Criday at the armory, from ll::iu to 7::iu p. m, Mrs. J. F. Iddings, who has bcon living in noise, I In lit. I,, r the um years, will nccciit a i.ositiou Mon day at the Harnes ('ash Store. Mrs. Iddiugs is well known in the citv. hav- llllllls will leu, tailed rep,, it ,,f nl(l '"ineilleiij sllie( lis I llltngll i a t i on . ' m,y '" 1 ""I'd. All members of the ' social con,.,- Iir(ri,,i ,,, la, !,,,,.( I and the general oublic is doille I the i in n s is to secure free hitching in the various yanls ami bams in the business part of the city. Another ioiiii is 10 nave lariners' Ii lies every Saturday. As a special inducement for I lancers to c,4me to town on Saturdays, 1 arrangements will be made to have ad-Jre-ses made every Saturday by men uhi. , an talk on live farm topics. If ! FOR Rout 'A LI. I wo liw'si's, one U'n fii' cloven Iiiiii,1it. Vluine '.' Hox 102, llivvse Si Sdi'Vn Mi;i I is hoped tout arranneinents can be '' made so that these three plans mav be I'.v !ooi ,,.i .: ., . , "i" ...ii,... so.neiioie earn mi- spring. meetings, wlilch have 1 nt the llnyesville Hnptist church, four miles nortli of this city the past week, it total of -17 converts have signified their intention of leading better and more Christian like lives mid the meet ings will be continued with an all-day service tomorrow. Rev. 1. K. .Marshall of the First Hnptist church of this city, has beei nduetiiig the nuetinirs niid ihey have been successful beyond his j hopes. Rev. A. W. Rider, li. I)., of i I. os Angeles, will be the guest of the i Doust, lit. I-list Hnptist church of Smlem tomor row and will deliver the sermon nt to- ., or. ow evening s meenng, and Kev. , ' silvrm.ii nl ! FOR SAI.K- j and saddle years old, Sharpens separator, horse, woiglit 0 It cheap for rash. 11. Mi:! : CI I FAT iggs f hay for sale. I'mlri'lfc 8, or iiatehing. First how ' Marshall will preside during the morn-j ing services. Dr. '. W. Heechler. M:! Stouo's una anle. ,. chilblain remedy 2.1c H.'tcakcs and coffee 10c. Cm rcial. Scott's. 179 South i Charles A. Kihhc, of this city, who has to. I lie pa.t l; years been u In I''1' "'' ho a..l.ie. Ciystal Wilite Leg- hoiiis of the lilanchiird ami II. W. I Viuing -t.ain, mal es the claim of hav- nig i he best all ariinnd chicken to be I had. The White Leghorns re not oi,l 1 Ian. ins a- early winter layers but u " cents per dozen above Kibb, the o. I. O. 8., Ull -l'J lluubard bulbliiui. The following mceived the pletnros given Ii v the I'uinie Shop and (lilteiy; Mis. V. 1 1. Vins Mis. II. K. Meiwi'n, Mis. W. II. Smith of Monmouth, I'. I. Iloyles, Miss Met ulloch ti nil Miss Chun Kiiscliei, Miss Kin. ine lliishiiell was fiiilumite eiioiign to biing in the litpiltlt older and ioecic, a .1.7.1 flume Ciee of charge. "Parting of the Ways." A. L. Crim and male ipiai tet, tonight, First 1 In tin n iliiiich. If you want your choice of Boats at the Apollo club cuiiccrt buy your ticket n.iw at the music stoics. Knlire house l.lld. Tho Six o'Clock club of the First Methodist church will be addressed by Judge llnshev at their next meeting ! Tiles lay owning. Mm eh HI. Judge ' llnshev will take for the sublet of his A. L. CrllU address tne business uf the co.iuty I'irst Chi in t'riuii the standpoint of a county judge. nig been with the Harnes store several'',1"' "'"'"'' ! 'or eggs, and jiulgiug years ago. Mr. Hidings is now in lloisc. ' ' """ ,l"""' i.inglit to this office yes but will eiinie In Snlein .(bout June I to i ,,;"I;IV, l,h'.v aie well worth it. Mr. make this his Inline hoiue. Kibbe 's anls are located at li!i", South o I oiuuicic.al street, and visitors uie ul Notice. !' will not bo responsible for " 11 v" ' ,'l,,,ine. any bills coi.tiacted l v unv one but i - n myself. J. II, (inn ison. There is no use to try, vigil" made for HI lents. Sale ii niiiile. - o "Parting of tho Wnys." and male ipiuitet. tonight, tiau , luir, h. The Salem Canoe club is getting icadv lor its annual spring opening. There will be a meeting of all mher of the i lub next Tuesday evening at the office of the Spiiuhling Logging Cn. when officers lor the enduing year will be elected. The houses for the cau.es hae all been removed to this i'l of the river and llie now at tiie foot of Hellevue street. The oll'ieeis of the club are as follows: , .1, Weid ner, president; Ralph Sen iff, vice-piesi-ilenli C. A. Vilibeit, secretary and treasurer; house cKuniittee, l. c, l'nnl us, iigust Neiigelmuer and O. ,1. My. ers. At present llu ie is a membership of about III 1. The active season for ciiuoeing this year will begin about Apul I. Notice. Uniuh & Miicv have moved ! their law ni l ice. to suites 2oi-3 Salem Nn lienor : Hani, ot Ion,,,,. ,, l,,,i).liii,r i'l,.,,,.. vl. La Ciirona.' - o 'jllubbard building The Commercial club is working on ! :l I'1 1,1 1 me better co operation be- A. L. Crim twecn the uu ,, , ,,diants and the farm- Dr. Wislicenus Sanatorium for pres. ervation and ret ,,,,i ,.,' healtii. Automobile Insurance Insure Against FIRE COLLISION THEFT LIABILITY LOSS OF USE Pieal Protection for the Auto Owner H. R. White, Agent ! YVANTLD A gm.,1 sorond-hand Fori enr in ritht nrii'P. I'l1"" hours lilH. residence 1722. llClll:l1 bard building. Hs:i MAIJO lil'.Ll' WANTED-) toil'" da,,' easily made. Co-i)rnte : " No eai.ital or experiein'e ..' Write at m I'o. Inge, o Hrown, Lock B!-' r.N'I'Jl'K has. A. Kihbe. t'' ;;'; Commercial street, breeder oft''; l-l.... I .,,.1,,., ,, Ilwiialll'tllir.'-l. M 11 ..111 I.,." r. tnr ill and o months, eggs fur sale. Also llat.H ihivul.l Jlf!.: 275 State Street first ' hi is- the eliiig eonntiy. One "Parting of tho Ways.' and mule ipiaitet, louight I lllll clllltcll. I . - , -o Lund plaster, miliar beet pulp, O.ily axchnnxn tickets purchased at oats and seed wheat at Chenv seed Citv THE STORE THAT B.WES YOU MONEY, COR. COURT & HIGH STS. List your liouse tt rout in our FREE KENT DEPARTMENT. Only 15 More Days In our Croat Cash Contost Help your friends win the $200.00 cash first prize. We can save you money. See us before buying elsewhere. imrorjB credit is good here. Good new from tho library. The new ; ehiins fur the auditorium whim iae' been awaited so patiently but eagerly me .it last installed and ready lor use. ! The library iiuditui iiiiu now pi esents a very ciclitable app. a uime, and will be! a iii'ieh mine i on, tin table plan1 lor Ic tun s and meetings. ii t.iiul (iluster, miitar beot pulp, secil' outs an, I seed wheat at llieiiy City fliiii'ing Mills ' ' : Tho death of Mis. Vortices, mother of Hear) Voihccs, occurred nl seven' o'clock this morning, nt tlie borne el' her son two miles east of Salem, Mr-, Yoiheos iiii'ivcl in the citv Tuc,lav, her dcnlh coining utter a three dnvs' illness. The body will be, shipped' to the family in Mi, hignu tomorrow nun niiig, Lailirsl If yon desire shin and coinplcMon, team and Lutum. To be had nt .,, Cupitnl Drug Mote. Mas., me buildup, acio.s from O. L. det'ot. o - At the meeting of the Yeomen's bulge) la evening, (lie tiiphcus mule do. os sang the following sole, tion.; "Sweet and Low," "The Winic, Sing,' and "The l'i rfect Day." 'f,,,, oiimiii nt inn now ha.. 1:' inembei., but this will soon be inciensed to IH. The Orpheus male mini tel. under the man itgcmciit of A. I.. Wallace, is becoininj very poiular ectettiiinen. Their next Mppearaii.e will be at the fust Methodist cliutcli next Wednesday evening. The Parent Teacher association of Minion county i, holding meeting today at the Salem High school. The ! 'tag ait led by all the teachers ill Salcui as well us ibose from nil the Phono 16 HBBQBBflBfl SKVKN-KOOM htlise to f ,i.,i,f.i ,itV VH VI. lioiitcd. 'uriee .".' iur i"1""11' North Capitol street. I'll'""' (leoige K. Lyre. Mi" s..n.:.i 4'in,itoM:iin Eyestrain and Wrinkles - :! s ;;t :; KUKll J6 SCOTT Contractors and Builders, Estimates Furnished on Build ing Work, large or small, riione lJ.r), Cold Storage ce For Rent I'AKTNKli WANTKI)-S.rin'll"J to.onte. for Sail 1'riimisi'U f"; hiiinlicl per month Him'1'1 hustler: must have day ur Monday. 7iW tee'nth street. tli' .Sinlh ' 1 $ i ;! : : I 'in no timing is not "(Inn.! in lv,,.,.- v ifl..t..4 I i ii luuea - "I'liv Tiiiiiiiii viui.-s- er n is out of tune Wl,c 0 toevthor both are brought on by attemptinji to reai es When 1!1:nsis nro ecwi sary. 'e can fit vou with lie- h" "'"V.ntfEM'BliWs that will enaoie ymi to see clearly jv i t h o u t Eyestrain oV .Wrinkles. I-i't us supply the Glassts today. Ask 'for Rhudon lenses. Miss A. McCulloch OPTOMETRIST 208-20!) Hubbard Bldg. Phone 109 , sm'ssc n 't I ii'.o.iuhi roaiu at w txti.ilities, sen ic,, trt I'! :'.(.", Tuned'' ' that wondeitul laeiliiy of permitting the artist to I through the whole field pf 1 tender this hind of tuning ' :alein musicians. j, p K;1,.(, Spa Apartnients for storage of fggs, butter, meats, fruits and vegetables. Reasonable monthly and H-iison rates quoted. All parties interested call at vN S, Commercial street. SALEM BREWERY ASSOCIATION Cold Storage Department. rr : !TT i 1,il.,i,: 1 l'OK S.U.I.- - 10 . es K . loganbcn ies.o acres prime, ." cheirics. .cats, phnn ban Hai, chieheii f "" ',., e,l: :i l mile to g.io.1 t."'". '' 41., b..Mi. bahineefl-"1"""1' go.,.s at !C.".o. . , i.i vi:i;v sTAiti.i--""' 1 wagon. kr' to '' 1 carnaee. - niic ev 'rvth'iig icadv to g' " a ....I ...,e- bain rem w i .. g.io Ail lor Aiiinvil ml. Ii'aiisia" i ll" ' llAlti,AIs - One ho, tor li ,,ujv new, cepti.'..i.ll.'." baid h.,il,!i l.incll "V"' i- soil eioi I , e, lO- Ilti"- "ioo; at voiir . ,,. IniVi" ,s. .bl. iil' i Tiiolll lie"" WI1 b'""" ill ,, iiKi.r WANTI': ll fl-llllll'''- ...lilCS ''"'" ' ti-'"- "? J,,-' no Rcddaway's Cash Grocery leo.iern ',i i,il,, , l';,s "ll.lelc binldi.;, an 1 ( Imii. h, on larue II 1 iiae, I'hoce 1: Special New Korean a City Restaurant 8pnl.a Chicken. Hot Tannics, CM11 Con Came, Chop 8uey Noodl, 420 Verry street inn u!jnou id ao, lioJuianjiiuniv; ,J ""l.-l J'lU'utt, Kuisuiio-s dox ilix uij.m.w no.tjjo U,ii,Y .ui tioK.uo iii.iii;i;) iioa.uo 'ini l,i( jiis Atuouo.ia: inou p,pii,iti piMHi w Jllo ):oq. luoiii, A)t,( .wjjq,) aaooHo snoA iv liintttli. mil' ft Welil.'H 'h cy. i-ai: or fall l!,:.:.e-. pleat. ' ( :. to ."'" -1 win at. ...irvjii"". in ... ... neii' pa-tM,::- i.'n,.'. ' 1 rio will linn , inoi'", u...i.'-";,wi I hull -"rliC II""' " ...,H f"1 .,1 .cCMit I ivl . t V II. iltin, (if.