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THE SALEM CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1915.
EIGHT Salem's Big Department Store ! SPECIAL SALE TOMORROW FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Dexter9 s "Dyco" Cordonett Cotton, sizes 3 to 100, Special for 3 days, 10c a Ball This unusual offering will interest all women and misses who tatt or crochet. An American product that takes the place of D. M. C. May be had in white or ecru and in sizes from .' to 100. Special at this price for three days only, com mencing tomorrow. Put in a supply at this low price. 1 0 Cents a Ball (In the Art Section) FLOUB IS LOWxiK. Portland, Ore, April 7. Be came of a recent lowering in wheat prices, patent grades ot four declined :!() cents a barrel in the northwest today. The price today was if,i.sl1 l'e'' rel. Specials in the Men's Department I for Thursday, Friday & Saturday I MEN'S REGULAR $3. 00 HA 75 Three-Day Surprise Price, Each . . . $2.00 I MEN'S REGULAR $1.50 AND $2.00 SHIRTS X With Attached Collars, Three-day Surprise Price, Each , , $1.00$ I MEN'S REGULAR 25c SHA WKNIT HOSE- I Three-Day Surprise Price . . . 3 Pairs for 50c The House of Quality OOODlOOOD S Prompt Attention Henry Schukderman, the newly-ap pointed corporation commissioner who will aiiceeed Kalph A. Watson on Jia) 1, was in the city yesterday uiternoon attending to some business matters and paying his respects to some of the state dopntiiiont. He has made no plan re garding the conduct of tiie department when he takes charge. Dr. Green tonight at the Graud. Come to Kansas Cash Store and get acipia uited. Superintendent W. S. Hale, of the state reform school, was in Kiigene to day and took back to Salem with hi in W. Tolliver. n bnv living near Salem who escaped from the school nearly a I month ago, but was found found by sheriff Parker yesterday while investi gating another ease, near Springfield. He was placed in jail lat uight Kit-1 gene dun id. Quarterly Receipts of Insur ance Department Not Up To One Year Ago Thnt there has been a falling off in the volume of business transacted by the different1 classes of insurance com pnni's doing business in the state of Oregon during the past year, or the first quarter of this year as compared to the corresponding period of the year previous, is evidenced by the quarterly report of Insurance. Commissioner Har vey Wells, made public vesteidnv after noon, which shows n reduction of $1, MS, 74 in the total receipts on account of tee 2 per centum net premiums tax. There is also a falling off of $ 1 1100 in the receipts t'roii company licenses dur ing the past quarter as compared to the first quarter of last year. The total receipts for the quarter . ., r. t,,. ....!.... 1 ending March HI, llH.'i, from the 2 per r. O. A. Wislicenus, M. D. Physician ; . . , ' for preservation and restoration ol ,', t .,,..,- ,. ,. ' Pr. ThosJGn In His Lecture 'The ForcesTktFaiigj Afsclf?ttf" tudy of the war Ration by a prof thinker and master orator GRAND OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT Prices .., - . 25and50C,,. i Box 0mce "e" Wednesday at 9:00 A. health. Hubbard hi Patron of the "Spa" confectionery store on State street arc admiring the exquisite decorations which have just been arranged bv H. W. Little. Nuiner o.is ivory-toned baskets urn walls, filled with musses or gree and hundreds of realistic rose-colored orchid. Against the tapestried coverings the effect is particularly ad mirable, effectively transforming the - All Around Town ----- Di. Mendelsohn, pectU6t tu flttlus , . u i,.., y liecomiug out of ndjustmeut correctly. D. 8. bank bldg, during the recent storm. The sister o . 'ship, Northern Pacific, will make the Automobile trips passongors and trips lroiu I'lnvol to San Francisco, be baggage; rales reasonable, Country ginning April 1 7. trips a specialty. ('. (I. McKlrny, ,i Phono: Day, t'17; night, Don't miss the big show at The Ore- (I i gnu tn.iight. The river today Is falling, the stage o bovo low water mink being I feel.1 You should soe the society vaudeville Jbiriug the last -'t hours the rainfall' given by the St. Paul's tluild of the recorded has b i .12 inch. . Kpiscopal church at the Oregon theatei o April 7-S. Dollar wutches at Stono's drug store. o ( professor L. L. Eploy, president of The Great Northern steamship Is now! I'hiloinnth college, returned to his in San I'mnciscn for repairs, the out-1 home yesterday niter spending several in the city. Sunday mmrninir he filled the Pnited ilrcthron pulpit, Sev- enti th ami Nebraska streets, and in the evening gave n lecture on "Kdiion- X I 1 11)11. ' ! You naturally think of The Oregon when wanting a good show. I Don't fail to soe the society vaude ville, April cS, at the Oregon theater. Dr. Thos. E. Green tonight. TIIK STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY IW " . 1 :l . ..iU ' .il i i 'I mm WW ttlAijEitfh'iNmiT DRAPERIES Nothing adds to the beauty of the home more than the draperies used. We have just received a shipment of new draperies direct from the factory, and are offering scrims, nets, bus mnivpiisottos, sundown and sunder cloths at very moderate prices. Call and our salesmen will bo glad to show them. RUGS '" tv'l'j.1"-"' We liuve assembled one of the luigent and most varied assortments ever attempted in this city and at the must reasonable prices. We aie showing ninny very pretty patterns in Velvet and Hody Hrus sels; nines to suit purchaser. HOMEIFURHISNIO ILUf. C UUNT& NGHSTS. 1'll'ii Placards are out announcing the be ginning of the baseball season in Salem on Willamette field. Friday afternoin the game will be between the l'niver sity of Oregon and the Salem high school. Saturday, at II : ;t() o'clock, the rniveisity of Oregon will play the Wil lamette university team. Everything In notions at the Kansas store, (let acquainted. Charlie Chaplin is at The Oregon lodiiv ami tomorrow. On Thursday evening at 4 o'clock, in the auditorium tit the high school build ing, there will be a meeting of repre sentatives of the vitriols pnient teachei associations nnd the principals to dis cuss the advisability of conducting playgrounds during the summer vaca tion ami ways and menus of providing for instruction. The Capital Lumber CO., 349 South Twelfth, lluilding material of nil kinds. Public stenographer. Will ta'r.e dic tation nt offices if requested. Phone 4IH M. lloom PI laidd Push bldg. SUte School Supcrtutondont J. A. Churchill went to Cisvallis this morn ing, as did also (Sovcrnor Withycoinbe, to 'ittoud a regular meeting of the boar 1 of regents of the Oregon Agri cultural college, which takes place this afternoon. Don't fail to hear Dr. Green tonight. A big evening', entoiipimnont at the Oregon tonight. Vaudeville and feature photo plays. quarter in 1914. The greatest amount of this tax was teceived from life in surance companies, which paid in if:).), 1113.27; the tax receipts from fire In surance companies amounted to 110,- . 20!s.Hd) and troiii miscellaneous coin pan anient the . Jl0 no . . ' , j, ies ifS, I.1.I.2S. The receipts for agents -..licenses lor Hie insi quarter were .?io,- " ,' 1121, ns against $ 1 11,0(1(1 last vear, of wan ..... . . . . ., Hineii neiiis ot rue cuiupanies jiaio ill ir-lINo; life coinpniiyies,. .1 1 2"i, nnd miscellaneous, $1:111. Life insurance luring the first agent Ti.n inf.,i i: ,, ., , , ,,, i- 1 iii. mini ii. n iiiiui mill aiiv 11 Hi.iik ot ( ommerce bniLbng. I hone Mo. ' the ,mrtl1. .',.,, !0. !..), IW COIllplUTd to .f2H,(lll a vein of the former amount lite oiiipauies paid in 'i:i.i:!..v. fji.,1 lTiillll n...l ... .fcino 1.,., ..f (lw. )1 II, .v., 11 .Iiii.iiiwU . ' """ """'""""""I '"""" About od druggist all pints of the still nor Vt est uddresse for his theme a general optimistic vien- of the business siliiatiou. The Na-iri , f ri , tiounl Association ol Ue.vall di uggists frUlt IrfOWerS CXpCCl win oe neiii in i?nn rranciscy m ,juiv. pnnors .mo a gai ii mkc muc. , jl jn ., . TT . " , , i1 fiii rtor of HI14, fire insurance Not co: Unruh&Macy . ye moved 1 1,.,., ,is,.0lianes l:iol. their Inw offices to suites 2U2-.I Salem. T, ' , . . , Mail Orders ,X a FV,' f.th3 p"ryldn!g sore'i triuu jruers ...returned today from Porlland "'llc'11 anr,l.,ec coi Given " ! lie has been attending the i mil meet- ( ' -l n i jing of th Oregon llexnll di uggists. :,.,,,'.','.' , IFREE Every lady attending the Matinee at the Bligh Theatre tomorrow or Friday will receive a sample bottle of Ingram's Dolly Dimples Perfume; also a chance on a full dollar bottle, on sale at the Capital Drug Store. Watch for today's advertise ment showing the "Quest" The Feature Picture.. PERSONALS ! : lin.;.n. nancy is , PortlanJ onULls: U"U'U, tjovcinor Vithye0lbff valbs this F A. IMhitt iiioriiin. went in n.,..i. , . morning mi the cloctri," M " ''has. Ventmiii o.,' on inrv v i , VPrloni H )eri iiarner. . is in I'liclianan, of Hn,.h , ,, ), w I. A yesterday .l is here tin ivgistcrcl at t,e wi(,' 'h LKworth, 0f,Wf, n "Jhc total receipts from nil sources fori "''"'I'"'"'"'' "'I", the Just quarter were HCS.IM 4.12. ds II III I innril r: fjWILL APPEAL Twenty-one 15c meals S2.75, 1711 .ninth Commercial trcct. Seotts, I Banner Crops In 1915 I Conditions Never Better Is General Ab Magers, Kenneth Brown, Dave Pugh and (i. H. Powers, well known lo ot sportsmen ami ardent fishermen Opinion County. Expressed Throughout the broight back 121 line trout from the. Reports from a dozen prominent fruit waters of Sdt cr In.-t nigut, iitteHnmi Brllin g.0Wers in all pints of the a dny spent in fisliing along this' county are all of the most optimistic strc'iui. Salt creek is hut a short stream . nature. The general expression of opin and the funnels ning the land along, km is that the conditions were never its banks hne -imiiuci to prohibit i better. tresspassing. As n result the few who I C. O. Constulile, conty fruit Inspector, are permitted to lish me usually us-1 who has been out in different parts of sored of good success. Mr. .Magers , the county for the last week, says: " i says he had no trouble getting through ! never saw' such fine fruit prospects. 1 with his car and struck little mud on have been here 2,1 years, and this year H'e roids. jut the present time beats them till. 'The o I rains of last week did no dnmmm wlmt. Will I.,, across street som. ever. Today 1 just returned from the Will be across street sooi. 1 Sunny Side and Waldo Hills district. o jiiiid, like other localities, everybody is I. H. Van Slyke, nn attorney of Aber- happy." deen, S. i who is milking an iiutoino-1 I.. .1. Chiipin, county ngricultuiist, bile tour from South Dakota to the, who naturally is well posted on the situ exposition, is stopping here a few daysntiou, says, "Farming is farther nd with the family of I. (), Cnrtiss. .Mr.,vnnceil now than it has been for mnnv Van Slyke has with him his wife ami 'years nt this date. Grain that was two iliildren and milking the tour a 1 thought to be killed, is coming out ull leisurely one. Today, J. O. Curtiss, ! l ight. Fruit renditions are idoul. .More tlen-ge .hcinsoii nnd Joe Austin are '' "it is setting than trees cun bear, and .showing Mr. Van Slyke the beauties ot'l,,lis mil.v necessitate tl inning, especially Silver ere, !, talk ' , peaches." WCCK VKItn. , -Mis. . h. pvle, proprietre,, ( .t !Jro..iuo,i.l, hotel, wasinsjl,..' !. i'r. W. If. Allin, of I,W!(!rf . t.ie city today on , land. Win Walton, cash!,, of 1, u 1'"sl1 '"'"I', i in I'orllai,, fc,,: ncss. W. T. ltigdon, of the firm of Rn'a miciiiimimh, as in portlnj day on business. 1.. s, deer. inauiwnMlui',vr,.. ... . . ! i . . o-- - ..i.l- v ..,wuj s)vvii ing i o i-ortiaiul on the ikla : Clyde -McMillan rctiwil terdny after spending h fa r.A with F, M, Brown, acuuJuatai' Miss Dora I. rattc.ivvk'A the Portland si'hook is UMi'ttttK Knsti-r viicntion witi Mrs. K H.U luce, His!) B flrect. H-v. KiAiid S. Avison Mt tV for llillsliora to lUfii.i I .Ii With Ruling of Judge Gal loway In Case Shaffers, Shu fere. !1 8 Special meeting of Multno mah chapter, No. 1. H. A. M., this evening. Work in the Hoyal A 1 1 Ii degree. Visiting companions welcome, llefresh-inciiis. Stite Forester F. A. Elliott is in Portland today in attendance upon the '. , V" W '""J, '!'" 1 -'"iN..l of iclatives from Yamhill ' inn-si rirt. I llliui l's;tv, seen, ions, ,;, .,,. ln progress this iit'te. Mooii. At tlies,. meetings the re- j M.'Oiiii.W 'us oi ine Mvieturiei nn. I tieb man DIED it l.Kl'l' Vestcrdiiy, nt n local hospital. W'lliain l.eff, at the nge of HI. T'ie body is novy at the unijf'rtnking parlors of Webb A: ('long, nwaitinir the ouii- A divorce was granted in the circuit court deportment number 2 this morn ing bv Judge Oallowav to Lotella i u'irt ministerial ronvdition Wing I. Tracy from her husband Hnrrv Trnev there tedny nnd tmiioirow. On the grounds of desertion. District Attorney Hiugo, however, opposed the divorce ami stated after the decree was ordered that he would appeal the case to the supreme court, I.otelln Tracy admitted on the witness stand that she was one of the guests nt a recent beer party given on one of the river boats by nptnin Tom Jones who Inter paid a if I no fine in police court for serv ing liquor inside the city. The plaintiff said she was married in hugene August 4, 1012, nnd that five days later her husband deserted her. she asked that her maiden nnnie of Lotella Kemery be restored to her which was granted by Judge Gallownv. She stated that she was but a few davs over 1(1 years of nge when she was married and thnt she afterwards real ised that she was too young to assume the burdens of matrimony. Attorney A. 0. I'ondit appeared for the plaintiff. The case of Vnwk against liouart went to the jury nt. noon todnv and Miss .Miiiv-arrt Roiltm nl M:- Kli.'i belli llnilsy, of Portland, nifl" spen ling the Kastcr vacation. IMU the young ladies are attending ratlin's school in Portland. Kverv doctor in 8 small town is fii convinced that he would ha lift" world famous liml he located in a .i!; When in SALEM, OEEOON, BLIGH HOTEL Strictly Modin Tree and Print Batta RATES 75c, IUW, $1.50 The only hotel ln the nearest to all Depots, mW Capitol BnUdlngl A Home Awy from Ho T. 0. BLI0H,Prt Both Phone- Free Auto the next case called was that of 'F. ' f , ..jSl'It l 1 1 tt" iieasoner against K. J. Sauter. This ITTTT . S TRY SALtM HK-'lj J. ':;J55 mil Rnv. R. N. Avison, pastor of the first 1 "l'i"'r ihi Methodist rhiirch, returned yesterday from Silverton, win re he organised a men's Six o'clock elub similar to the orga-nutioii of the Methodist chnieli here. At the Salem l.,i.i,:il Tui'sdll V ll.lllil.,r V.. ..II It 1HI-. I. 11' g Hi w.o of hist year and mil T!,e boly will oe taken Zeim for veiir wiii. li iik :7i. .rVT''1'1?1 'T1''1 y"y- The deceased is snrviv i 'lnmfe. i ,he sum of 1 ' "'.' l-y lor defraying ex Li "Hl of file Miti.,1 lv I.. I. I. .... ,.,.1 ' - 1,1 "Cin, thai the deli ciiiti ns i ill 1 I cmircn at. their regular Asmstant State En.ln.., P.rev A , .7 "'.' "esdnv evenntg. "I . uet me iiiisiaess .Men's . h.ss c.l liv -i uif.t in..) o in,, ii. k r ,i ci ihi s IIIIOIO is made. It is exoecled iciations of both asso- The Pilgrtnis' Club of the Tirst Con- ' grivuionni church ssistant State Engineer Percy A. ii i ii ir receiveii im sinro. ot 1 1... v i i i ,.. . . nient of t:iv.. .1 i i. . ... :.' "ove uieni- ed in tl. .,,1 ,.,... : ',-"""' gucsis,, no 1 . M. I , A inner ease is nn action to recover money in which the plaintiff alleges that he purchased n contract for a lot in Richmond addition to Salem and that it. wns stated that 2.)0 had been paid on the purchase price of the lot. He claims that he fonn.l that there had been but $108 paid and he asks damages i ,he , f fU2. Tho selec tion of the jury will take up most of the afternoon. hard men have .... , ,, e :. i. .i this yenr. which amounts taiiimcnt for the ovenim- "The Toreee Thnt Palled," by Dr, (Ireci tonight at th,. ilrand, 2"i and ."nic. "liltlliollul, f IO .IIC CHOI llin.l. ...Inl iil M ., Cup.ier slates ihat his property is sit " i ,usi on Hi,, oiitshirts of the c tv population of 7",imo pe'o whic'i ha pie, ami hottt 0 :'! wiiii street Tuo queen Esther society of th Ptrst . ."' '"' ''M'lessea surprise nt the Arbor dny will not be observed by the Salem schools this yenr. As Arbor day conn i Aioll u .1... ...1...1 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE ...ci'ieum iniiiin . KUli ., ,,ev tainiueiit next Monday evening at the church. The evening program will con sist of stereoptican views lnuicd by the Northern Pacific and a lecture on Yellowstone park by Mis. l, Sleeves. A smoke that 1 alwaya the Mine as well as the best for the money, I., Corona, 10 cents, Salem. made. ' Just thro wordsJitney Coffee Club - Lunches. 421) Court street. M. uid Mre. Thomas Burrow re turned last night from a three month' visit to California. Thev were in Long Head), San Diego and San IWisco. ami scport a very enjovable trip Mr Uurrow my the S.m Diego fair while verv ere.lltble, is not Well patronite.l, and u losing money. At San Francis e the exposition clim 0 ,, Mvinir it wv, but the ateudauce is below' ex pivtition. rtoww Uut are lwn th Uw1 nJ U-.t t W.ld, O. Mill,, 14.1 N0r,b' High itrrvt. I'hone MS, insiguificant :i lug school and th n.,d seventh and eighth grade, win nr. passing in trout .,1 the A,.,io,n,i.,,,v t, J 1 1 ' li" amount of fl..- t..v... ... ...... , " ursi recitntion ... , ..it.,..,,..,,. t 'mid will furnish the mm nt the armor .i..'n 11 Tniii.,,1 ... ... . ..... . conioa.e.l !,. 1. .. . 1 "'' ' .'"c "UClllooii. Ill "....I m- pn.B 111'OU SHIIIC I Oioiiei'l.' I ' ' u wrcgon. ension. high scH, for the oe- 1 . Defective Vision Is your vision correct? Do your eyes focus properly for ALL distances? If you are not sure about it vm? t Reliable Optometrist IOW. 0U Will finrl fU. wisest thing to do and the cheanest- A fi, I vu 1111 111 i'iiiii him unr pnMoni - - y 1 -r-il-,,. "l.,. , -j service. SS HlrK P'Tho5 "Ike" Hare, the eampanion of W. r. White, the missing trapper, of De troit, was questioned Inst night bv Deputy Sheriff W. I. Needham and District Attorney Kingo but no new light was thrown upon, the disappear-, nnce 0f the trnpper. The officers are, inclined to believe thnt no blame. houl. be uttnehed to Hare and their niipiiries have resulted in finding out 'hut only the most nmicuhl,. relnlinlis . had exis'tcd between the men. j J and ask Cnerry City Intent Flour. Oak Blend hhntol Flour. Economy eoft wheat Tip Top Self rising Pa"'',T lircgen Wholewheat Oregon Ornhnm iniarnnicru - --j Cherry City Flouring DAILY AOTO BUB passcngeJ', I.ea"cs Oregon Servlc-., . . Hare said that three weeks ago Man- dn.v, he nnd White went to the "Hum bug'' cabin about half way between Detroit nud the Hreitenliiish hot spiings. There they put up over night and W hite started 'out the next morn ing for some game and told Hare where he would find somo trap thnt ..v nnuiru orougnt Hack to uetroii. , j, Hare went tn the tdnce nt the month T. ... ... nt . ..." . - - i rrriu a v reek where the trap were found nud went on Into Detroit and - "" hite wns never seen njuln. Search-! . .. x .... . . . . .. . 1 .1. M If J). T -e HI. 11 Jiv - , I I":!.", n. ni.i ' 4 r AsVhiiiAol'o't.Vl' cos sonatorium J ; Tininiff School. nit V 'I ' I ing parties have scoured the hill for1 White but no trace of him has ever "een found and the friends of the miss- ing man have given him up as lost. When he stayed out over night noth- ing was thought of it as he was an ex perieneei mountaineer and capable of ROBS scoff Con:rctori MJ; & Estimate 9m ing Wort l 1 stavino not ......Mil 1, .I.mii.i tl... ik . .... .... , -, . w T T I T 1- l OCen.n,. ariMi. I White's wife left Detroit this week I for Washington where she has friend? ;u. Hare and wife left Salem last j night for Pendleton where Hare ex . pects 10 R0 to work. j Occau Tark, Wash., April ".John J. Shipley, former Oregon legislator and prominent in political circle, died here today nged rS5 nfter piotrcteil,periisi of ill hculth. Hi homewa in Portland. ..1 Ketl HT ' me ft..! III! n.i H':. l' . 'f': 'W a ' .U a :'ti.i 1! I ,0l it ) f I if II .! Tl ha e .lis,, : (ic le ii Mia, liar,. ir-i dm' ii i, flliMI fin di l'm f tl 1.. ft ' II S'lO .1 llr i "i'1 "ii. I' ' i h, "Mi.,.. in. ,. i. ,k