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'if, ' 1 : t i t-. -1 1 TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1915. EIGHT MMMM MM THE SALEM CAPITAL JOPBNAL. SALEM, OREGON, H Hr V"? $ M"M-M-M-M---Mi TOMORROW'S BIG SALE 728th Wednesday Surprise Women's Embroidered Gowns at this surprising price 3 for $1.00 Here are dainty muslin gowns in a pretty style at a price that is truly remarkable. We dont see how they can manufacture thr-m looks as though someone lost money, but we procured them by a good purchase and will give our customers the benefit. The gowns are finished with embroidered scallops around neck and edge of sleeves, which are quarter length ; embroidered designs at neck. Offered for tomorrow's surprise 3 for 1.00 Sale Starts at 8:30. No Phone or Mail Orders Taken. All Around Town HHIttMtMtl M R MflNTHS PIN iW IIIVIIII.IV llkl Will ft BY LURENZEN Dr. MendeUonn, specialist in fitting sorts of preparations to bring that cup timet correctly V. 8. bank bldg. home with thorn. About oO will attend n ifrom Miilem. Phone: Day, 947; night, CM. Tha Capital Lumber co 349 South Twelfth. Building material of all kinds. -o- The Knights of Pythians will have a big time tc.night. Visiting brethren invited. Thomas Townsend, representative of Allen & Lewis in the Stilem territory 1ms purchased a new Oodillue, enr. He drove it up from Portland Sunday, ne- 1... r..k M.iDlvnn ,,f tlio The river today is 2.9 feet above low , Mul.'ion hoU,,'' water murK, A rnintau oi . w j Automobile trips passengers and baggage; rates reasonable, Country I trips a specialty. ('. ! McKlroy. STATE SOUVENIR SPOONS Start Your Collection Now Your Choice of Three Ways in Obtaining a Collection One spoon given free with a purchase of $2.50 or multiple thereof A spoon for 5c with each purchase of $1.00 or multiple thereof Or they will be sold to those who wish to buy them at 1 Oc Each. See the Big Display of Spoons on the First Floor """"" il The House lfl ' IL Quality jCl .OOOEs! .COOP S f! j wus reworded yesterday. j Get your basebaU goods at Shaffers. j Will be across the street soon. ! All Kinds of office fixtures and cab j inet work lit Keiuhard's, 20tf t'boinek ! eta. 1'hoiie oil. Word was received today of the i death of Jonuthan Hoer in California isome time ugo. Mr. Hoer lived in this city for several years and was an active i member of the Church of Hod in North Salem, Try one of our hot lunches. Jitney Coffee Club, 429 Court. The quality smoke and Salem-made I. a Corona, 1(1 cents. Albert Berg was fined S3 in police court this afternoon for riding his motorcycle on the street between the Oregon Klcetrie depot and the train when it was discharging passengers. The best of bread and cakes with bak.'iy lunches. California Bakery, :!II7 Court. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention Dr. 2r,c. Stone's Ant Killer, Booms 25c per night, $1 per week. Scott's, 179 South Cnniniercinl. Four acts, six reol pictures, the Ore gon, Wednesday and Ihursduy. 1'ive and ten cents. The Mt. Angel boosters will leave in nutos tomorrow morning ut 10 o'clock from the Commercial club. About twenty-five prominent business men of the city have expressed their intentions of going, to help Mt. Angel celebrate, and to show our friendly feeling. A regular Portland vaudeville show of four acts uud six reels of pictures at the Oregon Wednesday and Thurs day. Glen TJnruh returned yesterday from ti week's trip at Dayton and McMinn ville He says the grain and fruit pros pects in that section nre more favor able than they have been for many years and that everyone is feeling cor respondingly happy. I do not uso drops or drugs of any kind for examining the eyes, as, they are dangerous; as ii rule 9 c.-ises out of 10 they leave n bail after effect, l'riictical experience is what is neces sary to iniike the light eve corrections. Dr. M. I'. Mendelsuhn, L'lD'JIl U. H. Hunk building. A real estate transaction was closed vo-(r, v.f.-i'.-, 4..f ' ,.,,,. ''.I.' ,;.',";'- CAPTAIN N. H. LOEENZEN. visilor here, yesterdny. Henry II. Thiclscn n ml wile are vis- DEDCAMATC I'ortland today. ILlXOUlmLj !'. Waters is in Poitlinul today, j, ;goin; on the morning electric. ! W. II. Steusloff was ill I'ortland yes- i teril. iv biiviug a carload of cattle. Juki! Ilitchcy, of Silvertuu, is in thei )r ' .; j.; is,r jH n Ims'incss visitor city today. in Portland, returning this evening. A. K. Alden, of Seaside, Die., is in I. O. Dubinin, of Mt. Angel, is trims the city toilny, jading business in the city today. (leorce Blower, of i'lirtliind, was III ,lnn. CI ruber and 1'. K. Kullefton are the city yi'sti'rdny. fishers today on the McKcnzle river K.I I rieiHliinan, of Silveiton, is herej lllnin McCord, an attorney of Wood today on business. burn, is ill Snleiu today on legal busi- Mir. W. C. Knigliton went to I'ort laud this morning. John I'm r, of Warren, Ore., is regis tered nl the Dligh. I'r.'d Hulloise, of Woodburn, was n ness. (lo.crnor Witbycoinbc was a passen- ger tu I'ortland this morning on the! electric, to help open the bnsi ball sea son l here. Offers $10 In Prizes For Es say On Best Methods of Preservation by Benjamin S. Via yesterdny whereby Buttorfat took a sudden drop on thelOorgc Tliomnsnn of Salem, became the Portalnd market todnv and is reflected , owner or tuc W. H. t.nos rancn or .'0 in today's quotations at L':! cents. This acres located AVi miles east, ot Salem, sudden decline in price is attributed to at a consideration of $7,000 and the California markets catering this section and to a general ovcr.supply of the home product. "Prevention is greater than cure." Dr. Wislicenus S ibirimn, 211-222 llubliard building, Notice: I will not he responsible for any debts contracted by any one except, myself personally. Daniel I'andrich. Eight now thore is just a littlo com petition among rose growers as to who can announce the first blnms. While the Portland papers iiniioiiuce several, Salem is coming right along, us among those who now bonsl of a blooming rose is .Mrs. T. D. .lones, living on South Tw nitv furth street. 9 A. M. And the Day's Work Done 1 The KKANTZ PREMIER is nine pounds of concentrated, dirt-cleaning energy. It's more limn a mere vacuum cleaner. It is the logical answer to the housewife's demand for an ef ficient portable cleaner at the right price. Superior to all others in convenience and case of operation. Telephone Now and Have a Electric Cleaner sent to your home. FREE DEMONSTRATION One piece wide mouth aluminum body casting, light, compact, ac cessible motor. Handle self ad justing, any position, can be locked for special work, as clean ing stairs, mattresses, etc. Ad justing knob regulates height of nozzle from floor instantly, according to nap of carpet. Revolving brush loosens dirt and whisks dust, lint and threads into the bag. Pistol grip handles, with cap switch where It's always in your hand, no stooping to turn current on and off. $1.00 a Week Places One in Your Home If 1m In order that it will not be neces sary to qua en ii t i no the county clerk's ol'fic" when the gopher and mole scalps begin tu cuine in and also to prevent the Oregon Klcetrie, tourists from mis taking the county court house for a glue factory when tho east wind tans the cars with open windows, County Clerk (lehlhur has offered $10 in prizes to the gopher and mole liuuteis of the county. "(lopher and mole hides, ns I re uieiniier them ill my youth," said Mr. (lehlhar today, "have their mwa pe culiar odor, and unless the scalps are taken care of in the proper manner the handling of them will be u disagreeable! . i.. i. i. i.:. i.. -II : . i 8h ,l"ii .iiiii linn- in limning uct'uui i!l men with n generous supply of sundry ver min. 1 object to Wiving tho offico cluttered up with an ill-smelling horde of green hides unless they are properly embalmed, and I think it is well worth tin in ,i ,.o.. , i " " """' litmus' elul To' interest the boys and girls of thei 'win.' minima in v fulfill IOWJI1U Tlie Cottago Hotel, on Front consideration of 7,000 and .Mr. Kuos takes over a house and lot, on 4th street at 2,000. The biggest bargain of the season, four acts and six feature reels at the Oregon on Wednesduy and Thursday. A. G. Newsom and Wm. Lewis, form erly of Salem, returned today from a trip of several months to various points in South America. They were greatly surprised to find n city like Buenos Ay res, which is far in advance of any of our largest cities in municipal im provements and general beauty of architecture. No. No. Ill 2-i:i ! 4liS i 44S 8 We take pleasure In announcing our annual opening on Saturday afternoon, April 17. The public is cordially in vited to take tea with ns ami look over alul'our newly arranged show room ami eu Court streets, lias been leased by Mrs. Jessie Kent, who lias hud charge of the New Knglnud lieslaurant for several momhs past. Nornia N. Leffingwell, embalmcr and lady assistant with Cottage Undertak ing Tailors. I'luiae 724. A deed was placed on record yester day t' 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1. U, I, ina and wife to Rus sell Catliu, cuiiu'vlng the undivided half interest in part of lots 7 and 2, block 47, city nl" Salem. This is the property 1111 State and Front streets, now occupied by thu S. A. Manning llarilvvnr 'uinny. Go to Dr, Stone's for trusses. Ladies! If you desire a beautiful in 1111. 1 complexion use Maurine Cream and Lotion. To be had at the laiged fixture department. The store will be closed until 2 p. tn. in order to prepare for the opening announcement of which is made only through the pa peis. Salem Klcetrie Co., Masonic bldg. Arrangements are being made for a great open session of the Woodmen (if 1.1... l- the World, to be held in this city a week from next Thursday, April 2.'1. Several speakers of prominence will make addresses, among them, Congress man llnwley. This is to be n meeting to which all the friends of the lodge are invited. This evening two of Salem's organi zations will meet at the parlors of the First Congregational church. The l'il grim's club of the church cntertnin the business men's cliib of the Y. M, ('. A. It will be sort of a surprise on each side, as the Y. M. C. A. men have n special Capi'al Ding Store. Masonic building. l'"Kr " prepare, me nature ! wnicii Tho following report is submitted by Captain N. Jl. Lorcnzen, showing the work done by the local Salvation Army corps during the six months beginning October 1 and ending March 31: Fiold Worir. Xo. of open air meetings held lot! I No. of soldiers present ut open ! air meetings 1 ,;".";" Approximate open air attend 'nc..l2,.'illll No. of iiidnn' meetings conducted 17S No. attending indoor meetings.... 0,U!!) No. of conversions III! No, enrolled in Sunday school 4.j Nil attending Sundiiy school l.DtiS No. attending bund of love meet. I I ings (II weeks only) 101 i No. of Young 1'eoples' Legion ! j meetings Held ;No. present at Y. 1'. L. meetings total No. of 1. 1, meetings con ducted Total present at Y. I', meetings. ... No. ut War Cr,vs suhl in Snleiu.... No. hours spent in visitation No. 'd' houses visited No. 01' houses prayed in Belief Work. of meals given out of garments given nit No. of puirs of shoes given out ... No. persons given garments mid shoes No. given lodging No, given employment No. of families given groceries.... N't of families given fuel No. of people given medical aid Total receiving relief Prison Work. No. of meetings conducted in state prison 33 No. attending prison meeting's.... 3,44(1 No. prisoners personally dealt or prayed with No. professing conversion , Mo. of War Crys distributed in prison No. of hours spent visitinir prison Financial report for the six months from Ucti.ber 1 to March 31: Income, Collections $ SS..10 Donations 772.20 1'rofit of War Crys li.ju Total income $86:V2fi Expenditures. Kent for hull and quarters if2o9.0ti Light 15.83 Stationery and postage 20.20 cr lure and traveling expenses 54.3.") Sularv to Captain Loreu.en.... 10li.3.'i Incidentals Ifi.W War Civs for prison 1S.O0 Relief ' .'Mo.su Percentage to II. CJ 25.H0 Creamery ButUr 80 Fresh Kraut, quarts ...... .""MO, I Two Glasses JeiiV Vin Tlour (not ti'. '"butth.' Bold Dust RourT ir1 ey flour 1 lb. Damon's Pr.mi. "8 CutCofAStM 1 Rogers' teasioon"" 25MreewiPCh Damon & Son Phone 68 Monev rtnu v. - ' . iu i artaest Free Dispensary k Worthy Poor A. Brewster, M. D. D. C n eonduet a free dispea Chiropractic ad justmciltl 305-6-7. Hubbard E So- incurable case. especially m ed. Honrs from 1 to , , . Phone 572, 1 KWMM17-J Shoprootof 4 Day or Nieht n.. J1 A. L. G0DFHZT ! t Plumbing, Repairing ami M Work a Specialty , Reasonable Charge,, saien d, j 343 1,(141 3(18 1,337 181 172 SS 14 CI 2,157 5S 1,300 IIS aiMB11 '.Will IIIIIIM Safety First Call a Taxi or Touring Car Phone 700 Salem Taxi (a Office BlighWi depot. :u 11 luinquet to tie lie 111 ut : 1 S. The business seniCitioi, nud the pr nation of the' V , , I ' . , V T 1 scalps, County School Superintendent ! ' '"""V l"" "' U,P Thv Um' W. Al. Smith today mailed out letters . " ' " "'? l? , 1, . ,. ,1,.. ....... . "noli is mure nr less ot n secret but , ,' ..." 1 ""' thev promise schools telling of the conditions of the,nm( llt ,. iiiuiesi. 11 is proposeii 10 give 1 i'..., n 1,' Ii. M, I'Ul. it r, . ..... i m. i , a. men lire still 111 tlie darn as The Business Men's class of the Y. M. "K'y " l"'vo b,'''0K' ,lu'm C. A. ill be the en...!, nf the l'il- ,,K' "'l'"t ut' the First Congregational something entertaining III MtHM April It. siou 10c. ' tor the fust prize. 3 for second and 2 for third prize for the best coin JpositidiiH 011 "How to Catch (lophers 1 mid Moles and How hi Preserve Theii j Scalps." ' Tne compositions must be ill the nam!., oi mo county whuol superiu tend-ut on or before May 1, ItH.'i, Tie'1 j following points will be considered in judging the eiiiuposltions: Writing, spelling, punctuation, form, pa rag in pil ing, i hoice of words nud originality. .The t (impositions should contain less than 3011 words, should be written eu ' one side only of letter paper 8C.xll,! and the manuscripts should be folded' twice troiu the bottom, nud the name,1 age, address and name, of school writ ten across uue end. It is roeomineud- .., ,,., pipi n niu 11 composition i, , (,tVl, 1 on 1 he nbme subject. I J. C, Campbell, Horace Sykes, C. S. Newberry, Jack Howard, Chase Claire and Karl .lory, all employes of the Southern Pacific freight department of this ity, returned to Salem this morn ing lifter u trip to Albany yesterdny afternoon, where they were present at a demonstration on the shipping nud nniMling ot giant powder and other W ednesdiiy evening, I vim. ly invited, Admis- i Don't miss the Peanut Pastime Party j niK explosives. This is one of the reg ular iicuioosiriitious nciii hy the com pany nt convenient locutions on each division. Sunt hem Pacific employes -.- I were present at the demonstnition from L.ite this afternoon E. L. Swartz, ! ,r'.v points on the division south who reddo. altit lour miles east of I'ortland. They report that they now this iity eu the I'latilni road, phoned thoroughly competent to handle to the slicnir v uifice that he had ! firirncliers, Zeppelin bombs and (lum founl the lilin, ion :into standing in the!'1'"" bullets, as well us taking a special load near his place. The car appeared M' '" diving after subniariue tor to lie in pi.i.1 . 1, Iim eVen the ' I"''1" ones a n,i coats in the car were miss ing. An excellent program has been pre pared fr the IVni.ut Pastiine Pnrtv to ue given b ee at )lmr the Artisans Wednesday hail, lief icshiiieiits will Mangis Bros. Purchase ML Angel Potato Pool Luther J. Chapiu, county agricultur- One of the largest deals that has been tiniisacted ill recent years in the pot.uo business was made hist Saturday ...in : " , , .. . -"oiikis miis., 01 mis citv. imucht . .... u.. ... i, ......... 1 ... miii.i a inrmers uistiiutp ,1... i. . - i,- .,iiiKvi 10 1 oriiniui tins mora- Sat ur,l-i v ,,.;, , 7 " , . . .mi. rtiiget kh. leu carloinls were !.i.i... "'.. was the successful 1,1,1.1,.,- .,l,,.t coiiineinors. 1 uriier. Mrs. W. T. Kukin ami tour (leorge Ptibner I '11 1 mini mid wife heel 1,0, tl . c , 111' it nrnra n,i tnv.t nit . ... . . , .. . ... ,,.1.1 ".. .1" " '"1. up 11. y tne imo an, the lo,l i'h, ... ... ,,,,, , r-n ,'ii , ,11 i.,,r ti n '. - Al Ntt 1' itritlt.'.t M.it.,,, ., ,.,.1 I-.., a.,-.. ... ii- ,.,w , evening from an , xteuded Visit at' Uil' rl ' ' ?.ho.rc',i' .hl' I'ut. wiii iiuiiresn lie 1 ! 1 it..... , istitute on "Hops l Prod action and , 1 "" wlU l"' "'l'l"'d to Uuuhter. Mrs.' i,.,i. 1 ' ,r"","" 1 ( ulitorniii. us the sl.,oi, 1. . .,.,.. 1 IMacl.can, of Astoria, nre iu tho city,!' " the coast states. Tho short crop gu,M. of Mrs. II II. Thiels,.,,. A Reed time for'everyone is assured W,illl'"'"'- valley has caused a Mi.s Ktninn llotl.nan, of Keiser Kot- , , ,.,, P.i,"" Par.v Moose f"'"'1'1 "'" To supply the om. ,s vis,., ng her sister Mr,. (Hen, hull, Wedt.e.av ev A I M Z 'l""""". l "t of the 10 Inn,,,, I...I., North Htth stret. 1,L- held here. Never in the - -- n , 1 1 urn in v 1 , , . I . . . . i"t-i .111 r. ,1 ,, , , 1 whs called to Silver Creek this morning to .ittend Mrs. Volts, who is seriously ill. j Mrs, Minnie l'eets, of M0 Vion street, was reported seriously ill this inorniiii! 1 toil, hi 1,-1 iiiMin ue r romniion iimi nin I tenuity Improved so that ure not seriously nUtined. i" 11 n niinunl convention, muni i,i.,...t i,..i 11 i' i-l v 1 ue ni-iti-i-ciiB 1 iiiises tie,,, the fact that thev have ' 1 " "" i naiieiigiM the degree team of the Can by lodge for the trophv, a silver cup, which K,,, to ,i. iniK dec re team. her friend. ,1.. . r.n "un lllnl,.V but the tail price of potatoes the re- is 2 cents per ears nud now the Snlem I, , , ....... .4, 11-1,1 - I lodge is working hsrd and making nil i A J. Thi household helper yom wift needs can be found quick ly through the Journal W Tuinl expenses $Sl!o.2(! Liabilities of the Salem corps Incur- red during the winter: To the Roth Grocery Co. for gro ceries bought lor needy $ 32.35 To ri. Wait, for rent of quart ers 37. oO To S. A. headquarters for chairs 43.04 Total liabilities $112.80 MOTHERS OP THIS COTJNTKY have through all ages past ami will through till years to come tuke care o' the ordinary simple ailments incident to every family with their own fav orite remedy. In almost every home in the land Lydia K. Pinkh'utn's Vegetable Coin pound is the recognized standard house hold remedy for female ills; thousands of American women owe their good health to it. Made from tho roots and herbs of the field, it is a simple remedy in which suffering women may place perfect confidence. H contains no narcotics or harmful drugs. Dr. Doney Addresses Chapel Before Leaving I Pr Doney gave a short address in I'linpe! this morning in which he urged ' the students to conserve the energy and eoiiceetr ne on their work at p'-vi-t almost 75 (cr cent of tho a rernge in dib!nnls energy is wasted. " Pee! off.: suid he. "mid iret ready o ib the large things which the world offers for those who nre prepared, take the mot to of Theodore Roosevelt 'Hit the line hard': it is not the man who can merely get along, ut th man who does things is the one who is a success. Pr. Doney leaves for Portland at 1:50 this p. m., where he will be bn li quefied at the home of A. M. Smith, one of the trustee members. He will leave tomorrow morning for his home nt ltuekhnnnon, W. Vn., arriving there next Monday morning, he will stop over Sunday nud give an address in some Ohio city. A. K Graham, of Portland, president of the Oregon City Transportation com pany, is in the city today. H is ,llllk iug an inspection trip through the val lev this week of the company's prop- The Maples 156 S. Com! Street Ladies come and enjoy J selves Tuesdays and Frifr Target shooting, also nfi ments and candies. Special-New Korca fitv Restaurant J BpaalaTobickytfi - Pirns. CllOJ JW " V 120 Ferry Strew ( 1 TRY SALEM FIRS'; 0oaVolewbe.t Oregon Oruhsm H Oi iA Jl Ouaranteed an ,( fUn-vfilvFloai) rt i . eK ' Urttrit l"i 1 1) , i.e. his v. - a tm , i 'i iu;:iu a. 'h, AjjI"- i I iitnrium wJ B- t . S.-h.'l. ..i-it".' Pure ::, r i p""'1' 11 3 1 4,i'i Hl .. . v.. uf;,r' f.mc I tni i . ,t j ertics.