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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JAW. 16, HIT,
THREE
ROSTEIN & GREENBAUM
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, CLOTHING, SHOES
This will be Blanket Week with us. Take our ad
vice and buy now, while the prices are reasonable.
They will be 25 per cent to 35 per cent higher.
We have Blankets from 85c a pair up. Good big
cotton Blankets at $1.35 a pair. Blankets 72x80
heavy weights $1.75 a pair. Wool Nap Blankets 75
k86 only $2.50 a pair. Nice plaid Blankets at $2.50
a pair. White Wool Blankets at $4.50 a pair. Nice
plaid all wool Blankets at the old price $6.00 a pair.
For this Week Only
Men's Woolen Suits, good clothing, only $9.75 a suit ;
worth more money wholesale.
Men's Union Mens' Men's
a v M Black Sateen
Suits, heavy JJeavy Bib Overshirts,
weight, only Overalls heavy weights
$1.25 gjjj
Millinery at a Fraction of True Value
Ladies' Ladies' $7.50 Hats
Trimmed $5 Hats nn J
u . T on sale
Hats on sale
$1.00 $175 $3.00
Men's Winter 3 pound Ladies' & Girls'
Underwear Bats Union Suits
Mr the market A b in
wc 65c 50c
240 & 246 COMMERCIAL STREET, SALEM, OREGON
E
A Great Conception Covering
All Ages-And Ail Ruled
by Love
More studendous in conception nad
execution than the "Birth of a Nation
ancc, " which wan run at the drnnd op
era house last niglit to an audience that
I'tmy i txuuj iiin-ii me , 1 1 , i , . in' pru
iluption is n magnificent spectacle that
brings to people's eves the splendor, the
luxuriance, the beauty and the sorrows
of ages that have been swallowed up
in the debris of history and leaving
only meager records of vanished hopes
and despairs, joys and sorrows.
It is a colossal venture that brings
home to this intolerant self satisfied
age the fact that the past has been rich
in civilizations as cultured in the arts
and sciences as this in which wc live.
Through perusal of many records, Mr.
Griffith gathered the details that, un
der his magical hand, assumed the fea
tures of a story of love and hate that
preaches a sermon stronger than any
delivered from the pulpits.
Vour stories are woven in the warp
ami woof of the theme of the struggle
of Jove in touching men's hearts nod
Belting the hardness to a sympathetic
altruism. The scenes flit from the
nod era city with lit palaces and its
slums, back to Rabylon with its crook
ed streets and idol worshiping throngs,
then to the Holy l.nnd where the I'hnr
isee's pray in public, and then to the
court of Prance when Catherine !e
Medici was the power behind the throne
and the struggle was between the Cath
olics and the llugenots.
Apparently unrelated, .the stories be
gin and run through a series of inci
dents that gradually draw closer and
closer together" in their action and cri
ses until there ore four tremendous cli-niuxes.
Hut here is the difference of the
m
r
L
IT I ft .
me mac uomino ai
Grand Next Tuesday
"The Lite Domino." the great three
net musical production by Charles t'uril
1 lier which took New YorV. Hostt.n and
Washington by storm Inst season and
was Ml LIMrf ill fl produced in Vienna rnd
; l'aiis will be presented by AadrOan Dip
I pel at the Grand theatre.
This is a most elaborate mndiirtion
PUT CREAM IN NOSE
AND STOP CATARRH
Telia How To Open ("logged Noa
tnls and End Heud-Colda.
Vim feel fine in a few moments, tun:
cold in head or catarrh will he gone.
Your clogged nostrils will open. Th
air passages of your head will dotr
nun iiiu mo orcame u'en. .o mor '
L L 1 """" " dullness, headache; no hawking, sun:
high class musical en c.ta... n.c.it. ,rom ,h ,,, diaehargea Of dtyneaii
gr:.nd I opera music to the catch . popular Rt r -j; I i for breath at night.
Variety of lyrical fun and dance. The, T,.n vmlr ,lruggist von want a sma I
score is enchanting as it ripples and ,,,,,,, ()f KK -S (10am Mui Apply a
sways and floats along ,., a variety of , liU). of this' fragrant, antiseptic cream
tempos, the synoopations of winch have , in vmlr nos;ri. l,.t it penctrat
been arranged by Mr. Milan Roder of through every air passage of the hea.
leiino. There has been a lavish ex M)0the and heal the swollen, inflamed
l eiiditure in producing the wonderful , mucous mciubrar.e, and relief comes iu
sceinc effects. The many lovely young stantlv.
girls in the chorus disport their youth -j n is just what every cold and catarrh
tul charms in magnificent and appro-1 sufferer needs. Don 't stav stuffed-lip
priate costumes and sing as well as ami miserable.
j dance in a decidedly sprightly ami i-1
aeious manner. Five noted nediaus i laugh-coiners, w ith their comical son;-
call out about three laughs to the miu ;aud dancing and their breexy persol
ute throughout the entire, three acts, olitics; Allan Ramsev, Mile. Andrea
Among the notables of the cast arojCordnv, from the opera contiqnr, Part,
iHradford Kirkbride iu the leading role, and Archibald Oilchrist. Some of ti c
lend whose work has placed him in the i most popular songs are "The Song of
foremost rank of light opera singers; the Chimes," sung by Mr. Kirkbride,
I Yvonne Darle with the highest, clearest, and Miss Parle to the accompaninioi '
sweetest vocal registers to be heard of Silver Bells; "The I.ilae Domino. ''
aayWMM outside of grand opera; .Marie, the motif of the piece, repented with
pleasing persistence throughout the
three mis; "Let the Music Plav,"
"And Still We Smile," "Ladies' Bav,"
2 " "" - "What Is Done You Never Can l"
.have been enormous. do," "Where Love is Waiting."
French Raid Frustrated. "What Every Woman Knows." kv4
I Berlin, via SnyviUe wireless, .ran. Hi. many others. There is dancing of a'-
Boating back of a French trench most overy variety, fhe merriest if
, raid near Bonvraignes. south of Rove, which is 1 travesty on the Russiun bal-
Iwas announced in today's official let ilone by four men in the second no.
I Statement. Elsewhere on the western There are so inanv soeeial features ii
! front tin- statement said the "fighting the piece that it must be seen to be nr-
national . ctmuweu activity was wimni ninderntn limits predated and no lover of good music
Mr. r"t" " "' evciy possuue nut in Keep on notn soles except there was a little or of good clean entertainment can nf-
toid to miss it.
! Hamilton, a dainty, mischievous sm ite1
with a voice of gold; Joseph Carey and1
jKdward Crawford, who are the principal
AT THE BLUSH THEATRE TWO DAYS, TODAY AND TOMORROW.
From that dav to this he
cd men was a member of th
mhIiIh ,,f .1,,, i,i:,. .. ,,,..
(Sleasun is the nckn'.w lodged ropresenta- the mach;ne,y of the republican party livelier local artillery fire.
tive ot William Barnes, Jr., of New ST ., , " ' ' ; . """"".
York. Mr. Gillette is a pronounced re- "n,m's' ( Nm PerlM R,ld Mar-
setlonary republican of California and , , ...
the bitter opponent of Hiram John . ""N campaign last fall, we
,r .knew what these men represented, but
Hemenway and his associates were t4?M '2' U Hughes knew
,-nief..l not' to trust thus.. rovie t Mlintlliey represented also tmd that his
liberal minded republicans. Although - " S"re " "f s,r,Pl.)inB
r K-inn- !, ,M.l,i;.n (;i ,. them of their power in the republican
. , . . . . . . . . .. nip k ,nrr t in i1. , , i I . I , . . t I .......
endings, in j-snuyion, tne higli priest of ""ei ,lr" uv i
' 'I il l I I . ' ' Mil ivi r . ,
Bel, who hates Nebuchadneszer for
power in t Ho re
Perkins declared there was need for
irouucin;; ine worsnii) or isntar, ine . s ,,,,i(v no;nat tl,n iihuMnna
uod.lcss of love betravs -he citv to the chairman ot Indiana, were in Mew lork : . . . ,, . 1
t,uinn ss ii ii,u, -.lu ul lIlt ..... '. , crntic nitmiiioitr.nlion l.nl n
forces of Cyrus and there is t re mend
oils slaughter. The city is doomed and
n civilization destroyed; in the Holy
Land, the lowly Naaerene, who came to
FOR
CRACKED and
CHAPPED HANDS
Dennis Eucalyptus Ointment
AT ALL DRUG STORES
Tubes 26c Jars 50c
Salem Grange Held
Session Saturday
I i UAUiLIJ UDLUADLn
U!lfilIU riALIrtlALU
1
I
Fairground Road Paving Row
Starts Ask State to Pay
Share of Paving
yesterday, they were ignored
Hemenway Blamed.
"Hemenway and his associates have
for a long time been secretly cireulat-
teach love and peace arid who said to mg stories reflecting on Chairman Will
fhe accussers of' the women taken in c,ox and charging him with reapomibib
adultery "He who is without sin, let ity for having lost, the national election, !
! Him first cast, a stone." was nailed to whereas they themselves are solely to
the cross and lulled; in France. Cather- blame tor the defeat of Mr. Hughes.'
ine succeeded in persuading the king toMr. Crocker is notoriously responsible
order the massacre of the llugenots : for the loss of California. Mr. Sam
which took Dlace on St. Bartholomews I Perkins, by his short sighted and his.
morning; in America, the young man I stupid ninnagtment of affairs in the
who had been tried and condemned to I state of Washington, lost that state for!
I be hangs d by the neck until dead fori Mr. Hughes.
j a murder he did not commit and who "These men, in yesterday's meeting;
had taken his place on the scaffold with I by slighting Chairman Willcox, by nt
the black cap over his face, was saved ! tempting to shear him of his power, en
by the kindly heart of a police officer, Ideavored so to humiliate him as to
i whose friendly interference reunited force his resignation and allow their
the boy and his dear one. man to assume the chairmanship."
I his photoi lav contains excellent act
Salem grange held an en joyable nieet-j
ing .Tan'. IS. This is the 44th year since J
Salem grange No. IT was organized and
during this time it has had its ups and i
downs as have many others, Inn has al-!
ways held its organisation and is now !
in excellent working condition, aaid !
lias a larger membership than for a
number of years. The of ficers for the
coming year were duly installed by:
Mrs. Zella S. Fletcher, county deputy,
assisted by Mrs. A. V. Davidson, paatU;
master or aaiem
Admitting the defects of tli" present
system of city government, at the"meet
ing of the city council last night the
resolution asking for the appointment
of a committee to draft a commission
form of city charter was adopted. This
resolution was adopted only after a
warm debate between the members. The
membership will consist of three coun
cilmen, and six citizens at large. The
vote was S to o in tavor of the resolu-
excellent act-1 Perkins and ( liv paid glowing com-1
ing and ninny legitimate thrills mar . pliments to Willcox in his " difficult " i
are part of war's excitements, many : position as chairman and his success in
touching scenes of love and affection, !,,ttrr,iin itMumnaivita
me
(.. on inis mailer or a viee-cniurniaii. 1
tent demo-
ut not "by an
executive committee which has done
nothing except to perpetuate itself in
power,'' and urged notion by the na
tional republican committee to "name
some committee that, will be represent
tative of all elements opposed to the
democratic party that will outline poli i
cies and principles' for which the re-'
united party Bhould stand and thnt '
will give us some constructive leader J
ship. "
Lxplaining Hughes' defeat the state
ment said: "L'ven the high character
of Mr. Hughes could not overcome the
distrust, felt by the masses of indepen
dent voters for the very men in control
of the republican machine who took this
action yesterday."
Chairman Wilson rend the Perkins
Colby statement with Interest, but was
shy of comment.
"It is just a personal opinion of the
writers." he said, "and T do not cure
to talk. I do not think any affront
The real reason for the
many gorgeous spectacles of riotous
! travaaance, many moments of
touching pathos and grim tragedy; yet, referring to the
heart f these men." the atat emeu t continued. ! ""W committee in voting against
coterie
again,
it is lighted throughout by the magic nUairman Willcon is tfia fnet thnt he ' think I was right on it. and a right.
of the theme "that love will triumph." 1B( tric,i ; every way to liberalize thel1' Messrs. Perkins and Colby construe
republican party and make it responsive Ut 1111 that is their personal
by the state of 2,000 for the improve-.'((J the ,vUnt.8 of th(, ,.,ulli am, fiu, of ,hl, i opinion.
meut or unurea sireci. mat paruouinr f party. These men know only too well I
part of the street which fronts the state Uv !f Cl.nlrman Willnnn inumliiil in I
school for the blind. jhis endeavors thev. instead of him,
The Fairgrounds Road. ; ,,,,, be sh,jn, ,' ' r
Because he believed he had found a Tt Was Hand Picked
'
TODAY
. TOMORROW
THURSDAY
S8 Marguerite I
PN IN A HUMOROUS PHOTO PLAY
m Miss George 1
4 UfjlQHINP.TAM I
IIShhII I
THE STORY OF THE GIRL WHO
COULD NOT TELL THE TRUTH B
1 YE LIBERTY
flLHHLfflHHtflHHjHHHjjHsHLHH
NO FIGHTING SAVE ON
(Continued from page one.)
Snrp; 1 THURSDAY
OptCldl & FRIDAY
snap in the matter of purchasing gravel ,,Th(1 ,.(.nt;ve committee which took
violence, the forces on both sides clnsh-
giange. i n-l,,. (.l,:c ,uI,.,f ,, V, nmnnaiHnn
Among those installed, was Mrs. Zel f adontinn WJta the exoense of Irnwinn
a . rieicier, wno is now sort nig the proposed charter, which was estimat
2t year as secretary of Mile,,, grange. . . v . . -5 .... ,,. Aldermen
appreciation ot her long and faith-1, ,,,cle1(U(, anH BUiott. Councilman
to .service, and as a mark of the hifh U dtclared that it would not be
esteem n winch she Is hold by th maoh over 100, and that if the system
jiiembers she was presented with a gold ad u' Mve the' eit
baJUC6 of her oti ice. 1 a j 1 11 '
,r . r. . . , n , many hum. reds ul dollars.
Air;. A. V . Davidson, one 01 Salem l ' .. T . , , . .
, , . . ! ( ouncilnian .nines contended for ins
,,-.,, ,!, had oa tn Mrs Fletcher. I 'evolution Jiy
which was done in a few well chosen
words. The recipient was so overcome
by Ihis appreciation of her services that
she could not respond, but will thank
the donors at a later meetisg.
Recess was taken at the noun hour
and an excellent lunch wa
lli,,... I.,,'-,,. Ml
The afternoon session was in charge 1 educi
of the lecturer. A recitation was given
by littl Beth Shank. Miss Rebecca
Smith read a paper on The Farm as a
Home. At the roll call by the W. L..
the ladies were asked to give three
reasons why they loved the farm, and
the men to give three essentials for a
successful fanner.
The women, were rather backward
in giving their reasons, for tin
farm life. Saving, it would
saving that he believed
it would be shortsighted policy to turn
it down just now when cities all over
the country are adopting this form of
government- Salem he declared to be
one of the highest taxed cities in the
state and if this taxation is to be re-
while,
GERMANS MAY EXECUTE BLAIKIE,
ACCUSED OF ATTACKING U BOAT
. . ' .1,, ! It ....,1.1 I,.. ITi
served to 1 " r.
I believed the commission charter would
taxes by one-third.
Blame Charter for Cost.
Councilman Jlelson wag of the opinion
that if the city could get a system for
$100 that would save one-third 011 the
taxes he was for it. Councilman ifc
C.ellanil declared he was in favor of an
up-to-date charter but wanted it to be
proved that it would save money.
Couneiluien Roberts, Buchner and Mil !
love of let, all joined in condemning the pres-
require out charter but were not wholly in fa-1
lor tne use ot tne city, uouncuman r'i-jti,js action yesterday, "as hand picked ,ng 111 frequent hand-to-hand encount-1
liott introduced a resolution asking P,r-1 by Murray Crane of Massachusetts, in, !, ,K- Not only have the German troops
mission to buy 1,000 yards at 90 cents ( njodlgJy af ter the national convent ion. i heen thrown back here, but their losses j
a yard. He said the city was now pay-J ' ' ' ' 1
intr 75 cents a vard. After s discussion - i
as to the regularity of buying without J
advertising, the amount Wat cut to 500
yards and authority granted.
The Fairgrounds road paving matter
came up again at the meeting last niyht
and IS property owners with three law
yers invaded the council chambers with
a protest declaring that the city had
violated its agreement in regard to the t
cost of laying the pavement in that it I
was not to cost more than 00 cents a'
yard but that it has cost about $1.14 a
yard. It was also asserted that the im-1
provement was made against the will
, the property holders signing the re
monstrance, The signers of the protest
are: M. K. PogUC, YV. T. Slater, T. K.
ford, W. H. McKlrov, (ieorge H. S
dard, L. E. Grant, A. H. Hunt. M
Castro. Mrs. ,T. F. McDonald. J, N. Win
or, H. V. DeVoe and Charles Deniiison
LID IS BLOWN OFF
some thought to nive only three rea- vor ot otlier systems. After Mayor
sons why they loved the farm. Keyes spoke and declared that if the.
The men thought good head, a Strong charter was drawn it ought to be adopt;
arai and a will of his ow n, was essen-. ed, a vote was taken, which was in
tial to success iu escaping those who favor of adoption.
would (arm the farmer. A good wife; Mayor Keyes appointed a committee
n8 deemed one of the most necessary of three Councilmen Buchner. Johnson
essentials looking to success on a tarm and Melson to confer with
Some discussion was had iu regard of the. legislature concerning
to the entertainment of Marion county ,
Pomona grange, which will meet with cut granges is expected.
Salem grange Wednesday Jan. 1". Orange closed to meet 3rd Saturday
A large attendance from the differ- in February the 17th.
(Continued from page one.)
Hampshire, who were members of the
executive committee, and ex tlnx ernot
Gillette of California, holding the proxy
of Executive Committeeman Crocker of
California; Mr. Mc Arthur of On
members, with the proxy of Executive Committee
payment 1 man Williams of Oregon, and l.afe (ilea
, son of New York, voting the proxy of
executive Lommitteemaii Perkins of
Washington,
"No one of these three last mention-
Last Times
TODAY
THE OREGON
Home of the Best
Last Times
TODAY
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
In Thomas Dixon's Great Play
6 The Foolish Virgin9
TOMORROW - BESSIE BARRISCALE in 'A CORNER ON COLLEENS"
1 1 1 - iH ' 1 1 1
1 -jfek .,'""")
m CfiPWW BLME OF THE CRLEDOHtn 4 '
I 1
B L I G H THEATRE
itu naiac its a t ivcb
CVTD A f TODAY
1 Kriends in America of Captain James fate of Captain Fryatt, who was put
jHlaikie of the Anchor liner Caledonia, to death last Ji 'y on a similar charge.
which was sank by a German C boat Captain Itlaikie has served as an of
'An Pec. 4, are anxiously awaiting the fleet ot the Anchor line for many years
disposition of his ease by the (iernians. .,,, f r,,uently in New York. Mis
who hold him prisoner. It is declared . ., " . u . . .
. ., ' ! 'home is at reenoik, Seotlaiid, where
trom 1 !! man sources that nptain
Blaikie tried to ram the submarine, and " bos a wile and n-vernl children. He
if this be shown he may suffer the is fifty-five vears old.
Tomorrow
REX BEACH'S
The
NE'ER DO WELL
STIRRING STORY
10 REELS OF LIFE AND ACTION AT THE
PANAMA CANAL
NO RAISE IS PRICES
BLIGH THEATRE

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