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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOl RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1917.
THREE I Saturday Will Be REMNANT DAY Woolens, Silks and Cottons From our large and Extensive Stock of DRESS GOODS sfr Also Laces, Embroidery and Scrims Economy Basement Specials CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR Small white fleeced Vests 9c Each Small grev fleeced Pants 9c pair Fleeced Pants and Vests 35c qualitv 19c Fleeced Pants and Vests 50c qualitv 30c DRESS GOODS Extra Special Value 25c Extra Special Value 39c In the Economy Basement SHOE 8EAINS IN f rnAHAini niAriiriiT PENITENTIARY BILL ""'S?, Liberty rAlliU IU LUuAlt II Boys' Shoes, button or lace, pair $1.35, $1.65, $1.95, $2.45 Boys' High Cut Shoes, pair $2.95 to $3.25 Broken Lines of Rubbers 39c pair Ladies' Oxfords and Slippers 95c and 39c pair Misses' Shoes 95c, $1.65, $1.95 Men's Shoes $1.95, $2.65, $2.95, $3.15 Women's Shoes 95c, $1.95, $2.95. $3.15 Neglected to State Where Proposed New Prison Should Be Built Frank IjOimm. who hH ilo remark-; lever character uctiiig in many! Kniiioun NUlll productions MM I ! thorn "Th Kternal City, ' in support I of I'milinc Frederick) "The Spider". ' in support if the name atltr; "Miii, , (iooryo Wifciwgt) ' in support of! I Marguerite I'lnrk; " I'mler Cover, "j I " Diplomacy, ' in ww) of Marie! jl"ro, ami in "The Old Home Mead ' ' ml "Tin' Evil Therein," in (Thick lie! s a s 1 IN V A Cor. Court and Com'l St.! Thnt Salem and Marion county came within nn ace of losing the proposes new ieniteutiary was nut generally real 17.0. 1 during the time that the trill pro viding for reening the question of fliroriHting UH.iinO to the people at the election in June was under discis sion in the house of representatives The hill passed the house and vns sent to the house of rep reteatativea, The bil passed the house an. I mis sent to the senate when it was discovered that it measures referred to the people for the erectiou of a new institution the exact place it is to le liuilt ha to he speci fied. This specification was omit tod in the bin as passed by the house, an Portland, southern Oregon, or eastern Oregon niijht have secured! the pro posed now structure. However, when ii was finally discov ered that the omission was made, on motion of Representative Seymour Jones the hill was recalled from the senate and iimended so that the place for the new penitent itiry is Salem The proposition is to be placed on the ballot at the special election on June 4, when the people will determine whether or not the 4(n l,0(Kt shall he ap propriated. The hill introduced was the result of a board of survey of the! needs and requirements of the present i penal institution, which recommended ! the building of a new institution with ' the labor furnished by the convicts. Seven other Measures are to be voted i on at this time by the people. They are; as follows: State issue of 16,000.000 in bonds In! begin construction of a comprehensive was featured does perhaps his most system of roads and highways enihrac-1 difficult acting in that company's lag entire state. I adaptation of Dickens' celebrated novel To raise pay of legislators from $3 ar'tirent Expectations. " In this I'uru day to 40 a day, extending legislative j mount picture which is the featured at session to 50 dai s and limit number ' t no tion ;it Yo Liberty theatre Friday of bills that can lie introduced by each j and Saturday, Mr. I, usee plays the fa member and each committee. (mous criminal Provis in support of l,ou- To authorize assessors of western 1 h Bttff and nek 1'ickford, who are Oregon counties to restore Oregon and tarretl as Estclla and I'ip, respective- IV. r m.. Jack wicKroED 6 BEAT LPECTATIW fAMOUS PLAYteS -PAttAMOUNT FRESH OREGON SPINACH 2 Pounds for 25 Cents Wallace Orchard New Town Pippins, well packed, fancy Apples, per box $1.25 Lachmund's Rome Beauties, beautiful, luscious Apples, per box $1.00 A REAL BARGAIN 200 boxes orchard run Apples, per box 50c Buy Your Sugar NOW $8.25 for the Best. Roth Grocery Co. Phones: 1885, 1886, 1887 SALEM CELEBRATES (Continued from page one. Ladies' Glee club other nations, he spoke of our country Miis Wlizabetlt Levy gSjVe an artistic ! as the great, world philanthropist. All interpretation of 11 Medley of Patriotic Countries look to the United States for "A Bunch of Hoses." i Tunes. ...eLela Belle MeCaddam "Whirl and Rwirl." (Spinning chorus from Flying Dutchman) .... Wagner "Barcarolle.' ' (Tales of Hoffman) . . . . Offenbach ' Elephant and chimpanzee. ' ' the THE OREGON Todav Only VAUDEVILLE Pumbv & Brown Black face Comedians A Pantages Act Marc McDermott THE PRICE OF FAME Special Vitagraph Frank Daniels In a real comedy, and A Day at West Point Educational, Interesting Charles andall, president Washingtoninns, after relating the pur pose of the organizations introduced justice Henry L. Benson, of the state's supreme court, as the speaker of the hour- His address was a scholarly, im pressive presentation of the purpose of the national holiday. His remarks were in part : There are inflt three help in time of need, and that cry has never came in vain. 1 atriotisni, .Mr. Benson said, was no capable of definition, but several exam ples were related as illustrative. Every day some great bully of vice is threaten 1 ing OUI Fatherland, and if we listen i we can hear our nation calling us; if we ' answer we are patriotic. Some of the j vices related were social, as the bully birthdays thai f greed, and the unjust distriiutioii Tinted states wealth. Aii act that goes contrary California urnut lands to tax rolls Requiring municipalities to hold their primary and general eledions on MMnC day state primaries and general elec tions are held. . To provide for classified assessment of property with graduated rate nt i taxation on property of different ' classes. To enable Fort of Portland to build lor to subsidize .steamships and operate line of steamers to foreign and domestic ports. To prevent repeal of anv units of ,.ot:4-..t:n i... : t:.hO i ii ... ji ji ' i ' i i ,: screen Will nu itcis oi me loisiuiure amiillsi which the referendum is invoked also1 will be on the ballot. It win be remembered by those who know their IlicKens that Frovil is the escaped convict whose gratitude to ward I'ip tor his assistance in time of trouble leads him secretly to make I lie boy his beneficiary and to educate him, The portrayal of this desperate char actor who finally melts under the Mill ening influence of the boy 's kindness, and who plunges poor Tip into despair by his attempted reciprocation, is one of the most exacting performances that Mr. Iaiscc has undertaken. Those who have seen his previous work on the expect big ininga of him in Great Expectations. now in session here, is on record today With the rcipicst that the national (ieo-1 graphic board substitute the namej Mount Tacoina for Mount l.ninior. Uesolutions have been adopted com-; mantling the state legislature for its; action in memorialising the national board with the request for the aboli-, Hon of the name Rainier, and asking j that when a substitution is made the new name be Tacoina or its variation Tahoina. A copy ol' these resolutions today was sent by Thomas (1. Bishop, president .and I'. II. Powell, secretary of the federa tion, to the legislature, to be sent with the legislative memorial to Washing ton. I). ('. Bishop is a brother of William Ilisli pp, the hall breed Indian legislator, who opposed the memorial in the house. The Northwest Pederatlou of Amer lean Indians is representative of all the tribes on both sides of the moun tains in this section of the I'nited States and its recommendation is ex pected to carry great weight with the national geographic board, which is RJtX i ions to establish as many aboriginal names as possible. !N ALALI MAKES SOAP BAD FOR WASHING HAIR Most soops and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali, which is very injurious, as it dries the scalp anil jUakes the hair brittle. The best tiling to use is just plain mulslfied coeoanut oil, for this is purr and entirely greaseless. It's very cheap, and beats the most expensive soaps or anything else all to pieces. You can get this at any drug store, and a tew ounces will last the whole family for months. Simply moisten the hair with water :aud rub it in, ttboiit a teaspoonful is all that is required, It makes an abund ance of rich, creamy lather, cleanses i thoroughly, and rinses out easily. The , hair dries quickly and evenly, and is soft, fresh looking, bright, fluffy, wavy and easy to bundle. Besides, it loosens and takes out every particle of dust, lilirt and dam! to ore celebrated in the thev are Jesus, Of Nazareth; Washing-1 Weaa is patriotic, and this day is to re tott, of Virginia, and Lincoln, of Ken mind the American people of that obli I celebrated since thev gallon, ine -singing or America close.) saviors of b inity, j the program. In speaking directly ' tucky. 1 tiese are arc likened as the a nation, a race. i of Washington ht 1 the work of Quet fame. ; Justice Benson. , and Washington, Nothing Known Officially i Washington, Feb. The seventy two American Ynrrowdale prisoners have been "released" so many times recently, according to state department officials, thai they refused to comment likened hi i Esther, of work to Biblical Same Prices Our Advice: Come Early in comparing Lincoln staled as his belief that both from their birth were devoted to the great purpose their life fulfilled. They were looked over by an all wise providence. Washington could not have i accomplished the deeds of Lincoln. The I work to be done, their different charac teristics, due to mental type and train-' ing would make Jt impossible for a Lincoln to have done the work of a Washisgton and vice versa. The mis sion of both was a divine like that of Jesus Christ. In reference to the fact the people of today are negligent of history, the jus tice said: " You don 't know the biog raphies of . Washington. Lincoln, and Je.ius Christ as you ought to know them." Be "spanked" the students for nuL knowing their own national his tory. Since he did not wish to embar rass any of his hearers by asking for a show of hands, lie asked each one if he knew that, Washington at the aye of 111 ; was a contracting surveyor, or that at the aye of 13 he was adjutant general ! of all the troops of Virgin's- "The real purpose of this day and I of February 12 is not for the purpose ' of education in history, but it is to keej' alive in you the spirit the fires of pa triotism, to arouse you to the fact that you are ritizess of the first great suc cessful experiment in democratic gov- I eminent. r The great question is: do you recall ( to mind often enough that you are citi zens of the I'nited States. That this is a government of the people, by the pen pie, aiol for the people. In comparing the I'nited States with Representative Elgin Will Revise journal of the Lower House Were pn mti Landed Safely Ger mans Claim 200 British Dead Found on the latest report today via Amsterdam, repeating went. Officials said ttiey hart answer to the demand for of the Americans. Sweden Protests Stockholm, Feb. Tl. Swt Belli the I .. i I t .li l! , r or f lf Tn the work of revising am ing the journal o'f the house scntatives. t aarles 11. r.lgui, represi tive from .Marion cousty, lias Been elms- en by Speaker Stanfield to supervise the wora anil represent nun. ipa ac-uai Washington. Feb. 22. Five Aineri revising ot the ournal Will begin next ,,,.., i ,i u . i- v ,r , " j i . n i cans weie aboard the Swedish steam- Monday, and during the next few davs .. , , the clerks will take a well earned rest. I p Skogtand, sum; by a submarine In the house those who will do the "tf Hie coast of Spain on February 18, work o frevisiag are Fred Dragcr, chief Consul Hurst at Barcelona reported to clerk; Charles Krskin, calendar clerk; the state department today, cud Merril Moores, journal clerk. They i The Skogland sailed from Norfolk expect to get through in about 2(1 days. ; with a cargo of coal for B&gnoli, Italy It requied 25 days last year to complete j Consul Hurst reported that the ship the job. was stopped six miles south of I'ara- There were .1(5 more bills introduced j gona at fi o'clock the morning of Kob in the house this sessoion than two runry 18. The crew of Jii men, five of years ago. In the 1015 session, there ! which were Americans, was permitted were 5.1-1 bills presented and in that minutes to leave the vessel. The inst closed ofiO. snbmnrine crew then sank her with a tioiuh. .onc ot made formal protest to Germany over the sinking of the Swedish steamer Hugo Hamilton, according to informa tion today, L Same Old Story ton, i'eb. 22. A Rental dispatch from Berlin via Amsterdam today de clared that the American prisoners aboard the ifarrOwdalc have been released. Indians Want Name of Mountain Changed The closing hours of the BI17 ses sion were marked by utter confusion, according to the journnl clerk. Bills were read, amendments were offered, conference committees appointed, the re ports of the conference committee re jected, and cvervfhing left in a uddl that is worse than a Chinese liuz.b of this hopeless tangle, the clerks tuns find sense and find out just what th legislators did. In the senate, the journal vised by John Cochrane, chi .Tim church, calender clerk; T. Hunt, journal clerk. Tin do not. require a r'ttpresentatl Oresident of the senate to be in the house. then sank her the crew was cv were landed ; afterward, lairued American Wi i at i , I'eb. 28. of Anieric e North Indians. injured gonia shortly Those who snip are: lames Brenner, Brooklyn; Le wright, Portsmouth, N. II .1. Qf Brooklyn; .lay Lewis, Fnioiiiow joaepn Brown, r.nanetti, .. ,t. reported it I 'ara - -111 be re- f clerk; ml John statutes e of the (sent as Feb, count attveh state- THE MAN WITH THE SMILE Douglas Fairbanks AT HIS BEST in Same Price THE MATRIMANIAC FRIDAY and SATURDAY The Oregon A iiinr : Come Early ' British Lost Heavily Berlin, via Sayville wireles '.. Two hundred British were I dead, followini repulse of an south of Ariiieiilieres the ofticia inent asserted today. ''South of Armenticres after a strong ifire, several Knglish uom panics entered I our positions. (lie statement said.! "Thev were immediately ejected by at powerful counter thrust. While clean-1 j ing out trenches 2011 dead Fnglishiiien I W0YC counted. Thirty nine were brought! , back as prisoners. ' ' (If the fighting on other fronts, the! statement said: "Southwest of Biga and on the south1 IDanK ot .xarocz utSe enterprises or i i Kussian detachments of a strength up 'to one company failed. .Near Labusyi on the Shishara and at several places j between the Dniester and the forest Of the Carpathians, several coup d mains' were successfully carried out by our thrusting detachments. ' ' Will pay for the ch since to heal Catarrh Liner Perseus Sunk London. Keb. 22. -The Holt liner Perseus has beet sunk. Three Chinese and one European of those atteavrd are missing. The Petseus was a steel screw steam ship of H728 tons and was owned by tin' Ocean Steamship company Ltd., and managed by A. Holt and company. She was built In I !il. Her port of registry was Liverpool. Gerard at Madrid Madrid, I'eb. B, American Ambus -j idor Gerard arrived ben todav en (route home He was accorded an offl icial reception, many, representatives of! j tjie goiernment and King Alfonso bc-1 ing present. After an experience of ?5 years, during which time TsO million Americans have used Kondon'a Catarrhal Jelly, the manufacturers of this remedy feel so :-;uro that it will relieve catarrh that they offer to pay for a chance to prove its benefit to any catarrhal sufferer. They announce that any resident of this community can go to almost any drug store and get a complimentary- trial can at the expense of the manufacturers. If the druggist has no gratuitous package:., the peisn may buy a 25 cent tube with the unqualified understanding that if that lirst tube docs not (Jo that person more than a dollar's worth of good, he or she can get their quarter back from either the druggist, or the Kondon Com pany at Minneapolis. Over 33,000 druggists know Kondon's Catarrhal Jelly is effective, harmless, clean and pleasant to apply and they knor the Kondon piple will gladly live up to this offer "quarter back if not worth a dollar." Address LAST TIMES TODAY in Friday and Saturday Jack Pickford and Louise Huff in GREAT EXPECTATIONS Orchestra Music Ye Liberty GIRLS Alhambra Musical Comedy Co. HONEY MOON GIRLS MUSIC, LAUGHTER, PRETTY GIRLS, NEW SHOW, NEW PEOPLE TODAY-TOMORROW HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE SATURDAY BLIGN THEATRE uiiHiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiii MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.