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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
.afsst Wsws Covering Central Willamette Ualley by Capital Journal Special Correspond
DLxteen ewes in
Breed 35 Lambs
Silverton. Or., Apr. 15 J. H. Porter,
who bus spent a life-time raising sheep
Is the SiivsKon Hiils, is thl year en
titled to the cnaiapionship as a broad
er In this vicinity. From sixteen ewes
he raised S5 lambs. Five of bis flock
produced triplets and tea gave birth to
twins. All are healhty and give prom-
In of success In the production of
wool In years to come. Mr. Porter, of
eourae, attributes his success to the
democratic administration, and he is
nut likelyto change the conditions in
any way tf he can prevent it unl
Homer gets the nomination. In that
event he will feel obliged to support
the republican ticket.
The Silverton high school Is prepar
ing to present the usual annual class
play some time next week.
The Knights of Pythias lodge will
Ittve a hard times ball In Woodmen
kali next Friday evening.
Julius Aim expect to leave May 1
for Norway, leaving his store in charge
f his eon. Otto. Mr. Aim will be ab
sent about six months.
The Knights of Pythias will hold a
special meeting, here Thursday even
ing and a number of the Salem
Knights have been Invited to attend.
i'.;a;r Stewart. -Miss Aiaies Dul'..-ue, , uuh a wm ''! f ;!!," itu'.ti
iiisa lArotny l'arlter of Portland be-! candidate.
ing an additional putst. After a brief ' .Mr. Steelhammer'a slogan is based
wedding trip to Portland Mr. an
Sirs. Stewart will return to Conaliij
where they will make inelr home.
,on the fact that he has hud six years
experience as chief deputy in the
Xla-rion county assessor's office. At
the present time he Is secretary of
the Business Men's league of Salem.
Claxtar. Or., Apr. 15. Edward
Muttbes Jr., Is working in Lane coun
Miss Mary Hall of this place was
graduated from Monmouth noimal
school last Friday.
Jesse Woolridge leaves next week
for his homestead near Susanville, Las
sen county, Cal., after spending the
The great Interchurch World Move
ment has already struck here. Church
services at Hayesville; also at Keer.
Aurora Votes Big
Bond Issue For
Aurora, April 15. The high school
bonds voted on here Tuesday won by
a vote of 62 to 51. The contest was
active and the opposition strong, but
the bonds won out by the sheer en
thusiasm of their supporters.
The amount involved is 123,509. It
is expected that the bonds will be
sold as noon na nnaalhlft. na th mrfannt
.erywmy m.gn. as wen come asoam ls desirous of having the new
there Is no way of getting away from building ready for the opening of
this world-reaching all embracing J school this fall.
movement. Just as well come peace The location for the building has
ably, they will get you anyway. not yet Deen definitely settled, tut
A delightful all-day session of visit- Lmi nr. in f.vr r hn.(n . ito
Ing and delicious dinner marked the on the east .in. nf the, i-lirnH nr
liwui to the Ziueer residence tor regis
The piirpo-se of the movement 5$ to
promote the rabbit raisi' inJuairy in
Schools To Hold
Contest May 15
New Run Sunday
! Contrary to other published reports,
'the steamer Grahamona which has
'plied the Willamette river to Salem
ifor many years is" to be retained on
'.the Portland-Salem run. This was an
nounced in Portland Tuesday, by
Dean Vincent, president of the Port
land Navigation company.
I The boat goes on a new schedule
Pendietou i-or tue tnst lime in uie oeinngtaim ivo school
hiatorv of. Umatilla county, a woman. Miss Cora C.t.m . PelHiij;'-. t... '
Mrs. Clara Pauidge Stone, has Mi- Thompson, Everett, have'
" . . I" "nier at a ,,
uouneed her camliil.u-y for the office
of county school superintendent
lire lookout station
mountain, north of here.
I'riiteviile V. V. iiariH-r. auiiervisor
of the Ochoco Forest, has juit boon
given the task of mixing 3,3v0 pounds
of poison oats for the extermination
of rats in the forest.
Aurora. April lS.-Th schools of ,1" p, ' .,,.." . .1 1 ' X "Z
Central Howell, Or.. Apr. 15. Miss
Martha Gehrman, the sprinclpal of the
Central Howell school, spent the week
end In Portland visiting with friends.
Mrs. Frank Turner and daughters,
klarie and Florence of Salem, spent
naturaay and Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Oower. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Spider have mov
' ed Into their new home in Salem.
Hiss Letha Hhepard and Harvey
Peterson attended the wedding dinner
given for Mr. and Mrs. M. I.. Bhepard
at the B. V. Hhepard home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Janx and daugn
tor. Laurel, are expected home from
California at the end of the week.
There la to be n dunce at the Central
Howell hall Friday evening, April It.
Kverybody Ls invited.
George Kalb recently sold his place
nd is now driving around in a Dort
There will be a pliiy given by the
young folks, at the Central Howell hull
The date will be announced later.
"; Mrs. Kudishauser left Eugene Mon
day to visit with her daughter, Mrs.
Central Howell played ball Sunday
and were victorious,
j Miss Ona Wilcox, Miss Lollta Mo
Connell and Miss J?!ln Haverson were
1 visitors at the Frank Comden homo,
'. Miss Marguerite Dorman spent Bwt
sirday and Sunday ut her home In Falls
? Fairfield. April U., Mr. and Mrs.
jHober Pratt and Mr. rl'att's mother
pent Saturday and BuiiHiiy Vita rel-1
stives In 1'ortliind. -
' Ate ami lUi'H n.1,,1.1 nr....... il.
, . ....... uwu .uunca HI a intl
.proud parents of a 8 puund girl, born
, April 8th; she has been mimed Mury
Caroline Elenor. '
, Mr. and Mis. Clyde Parker and
daughter of Salem, visited at Mr. All
up's Sunday afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Muhony aro
spending this week on the ranch. -
Mrs. lialph DuMette went to the
Tiospiui Wednesday to have her ton
,il removed. Dr. in own being the
; Clint Tuttle was agreeably surpris
ed Ruturrtiiy evening when a number
ft friends called upon him, the oc
casion being his 4mh birthday,
" The many friends of tho newlyweds
pelped tliem In everyway possible to
stet their train, they were sent off
mid showers of old shoes and rice,
and their b'lgcuire well labeled.
"' Ous Aral and duughtnr tiave moved
ark to the Aral ranch fdr th sum
ner. 1 J. Ivan Stewart, son of Mr. and
Mm. .lame, 8. Htewart of Corvallls,
.and Miss Merle lmKette, daughter
f Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Dultctto. were
married Sunday afternoon at the
home of the bride's parents. Rever
end Aclmr, pastor, officiating, uslug
the ring ceremony. The groom is n
nwmbe r of Sigmu Phi Ephima fru
ternlty and the bride is a member of
Blirnitt K ippa sorority of O. A. C,
;The wedding march was played by
!Mrs. 1), B. PnRette and Plnlr Slew
;art. brother of tho groom, shiik. The
iruests, all of whom were relatives
of the couple, were: Mr. and Mrs,
S. Htewart, Mrs. Hurdt, Mr. and
.Airs. F. R. Duilette. Mr. and Mrs..
Hlh Dultette Mr. and Mrs. I. B.
Iultetle, Cecil Dultntto, Halbert ami!
76th milestone of Mrs. Frank Holts-
claw on April 4th at her home here.
About 20 kinsmen were present to
make the day memorable. .
Chemawa Lodge, 8412, M. W. A., is
sitting up and taking notice. Initia
tion services were conducted at their
hall on Saturday evening April 16. And
at their next meeting a class of seven
more will be Initiated.
Some of the gardens here are charm
ing with hyacinths, about the best dis
play being at the William Westley
nome. Many gladoliaa are being plant
ed now for luter blooming. This is an
Incomparable flower and the better
known it Is the more beloved.
Demonstration pins, very handsome,
are being received and worn here this
week by those completing some branch
of Industrial club work. The pins are
being sent out by L. J. Allen of O. A.
A survey of the strawberry acreafix
In this Immediate vicinity shows Wy
gants' five acres, Mitcheli's five acres,
Holtxclaw'a 8 acres, William Westley's
two acres. Savage's S acres. This
does not include smaller home gitroen
owned by Hickman's, Webb's, John
Westley, E. A. Matthes, Allie Kites and
Claxtar nursery Is one of the busiest
places In Marlon county. Long, straight
rows of every kind of shrub may be
seen on their trial grounds here.
Two automobiles approaching from
opposite directioms and attempting to
both occupy the small bridge over
Hall's creek simultaneously, met with
a r.ear colllon a few days ago. No la
bilities occurred except the loss of the
guard rail on the bridge, .
the Pacific highway.
Down To Bedrock
Pratum, Or., Apr. 15. The loss of
many potatoes in the locality by frost
last winter, and the high prices paid
for the surplus has cleaned up the po
tatoes to such an extent that a spud
famine is not improbable before the
new crop is harvested. Farmers in this
vicinity have sold practically all the
potatoes they had and there is not
enough on hand to supply the demand.
Herman Kuenzl, secretary of the
Evergreen Cheese Factory, hag decided
to sell his fine herd of Holstine cattle
and go out of the dairy business. He
expects to retire from farm work per
manently In the near future.
Mr. Oerlg has cleared about forty
acres of land at his farm west of here
during the past winter, and Is fast de
veloping a farm of great Importance.
Former Deputy Is
In County Contest
For Assessor ship
With the slogan, "Efficiency based
upon actual experience In office," Os
car Hteelhammer filed Wednesday
his declaration, of candidacy for the
county assessor's office.
Mr. Btselhiimuier la well known
here, having resided In Salem and
Marlon county for SO years. He is a
son nf A, Steelhaiiimer, who for sev
eral years was 11 member of Hie state'
legislature and active in county poli
tics. "I propose conduct of this office
minus flowers and flourishing but
To Meet Tonight
Silverton, Or., Apr. 15. The regular
meeting of representatives of various
commercial clubs of Marion county
will be hcldsjn the Community club
rooms here this evening and It is ex
pected that delegations from many of
the commercial bodies will be present.
Hefreshments will be served after the
meeting. T. E. McCroskey and others
from the Salem Commercial club will
north Marion county will hold
clamatory contest at Woodburn April j
30. From the winners there will be
chosen those who wilt emer the coun
ty contest at Salem May 15. On the
same date there will be an athletic
field meet at the latter place, at
which each school of two rooms or
more will compete for honors. The
Aurora school hopes to be represent
ed at both the declamatory contest
and the field meet. It will send sev
eral contestants to the district meet
ing at Woodburn.
Rebekah Lodge To
'At Aurora Soon
Aurora, April 15. The Rebekah
convention for district No. 4 will be
held here next Saturday at the Odd
Fellows hall. Many prominent Rebek-
ahs as well as many Odd Fellows, will
be present to take part in the con
vention. : Last Saturday the I. 0. 0. F. dis
trict convention took place at Butte
vllle. Judge Thomas F. Ryan deliver
ed the main address. Other well
known speakers were A. H. Knight,
P. G. P. of Canby; L. J. Adams, P.
Q. of Silverton and Henry Westbrook,
P. G. M. of Portland.
To Visit Salem
Of Silverton Mill
Silverton, April 15. Peace terms
were submitted to the striking tim
ber workers of this city yesterday by
the Silver Falls Timber Co., out have
not been accepted. The company pro
posed to have tfie strikers register at
the office preparatory to being call
ed to duty as fast as needed. The
strikers have all refused to register,
or accept the offer. Mr. Hari, a rep
resentative of the government, was
here this week In an effort to reach
an adjustment, and will return tomor
row to see what can be done In the
matter of a settlement of the diffi
culty, but up to the present time the
conditions have not been changed.
o'clock in the evening. The Orahamo
na will arrive in Salem at 5 a. m.,
The schedule as announced by
President Vincent plans a six day
xun, sailing from baleni at s a. m.
and from Portland at 1 p. m., with
the exception of Saturdays.
Corvallis Extensive work has been
outlined for the coming summer school
at the O. A. C. here. The school will
be held from June 21 to July 21 and
will give courses in practically all the
departments covered in the regular
If you are troubled with pains or
nchM; feel tired; have headache,
indigestion, insomnia; painful pass
age of urine, you will find relief in
Tbs world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles and
National Remedy of Holland sines 1695.
Three sisct, all druggists. Guaranteed
LmIi foe Ik Bene Gold Medal eel eeerr sea
Eugene Lane county, in which Eu
gene Is situated, boasts of a traveling
school house, which moves through the
fJovt CWit sJit y 'oBBing camps. The
li eXl OaiUraay .schoa) has every convenience of amod-
... itwuaLiuu, xttv leaeiier receives
a salary of $75 and her board and
lodging. The attendance varies, ac
cording to the size of the families of
j. D. iniow of Portland, a repre
sentative of the National Breeders &
Fanciers association, acocmpanled by
a group of prominent Multnomah coun
ty rabbit breeders, will be In Snlem
Saturday, April 17, for the purpose of
organizing a Balcm Rubblt Breeders
H. Zinser, of 809 North 21st street :
wjio is responsible for the visit of the
men, has offered his home for an as-!
aembly pln.ee. and nil Salemltes having
pedigreed rabbits arc urged to bring-
rhere is no mystery in glasses.
Only exhaustive research,
careful trainnig and long ex
perience will give the opto
metrist the skill so essential
Henry E, Morris
305 State Street
cording to Oregon Agricultural college
specialists, who say that farmers are
planting sunflowers heavily this year
for that purpose.
Fry One Bottle
On Our Guarantee i
mir suffer itchinf torment s aionert 1
few drope of D. D. O. bringe iiMlr!j
He. wc, jl-u Try P.P. D. Soap. to.
IML Lotion for S&n Disease
J. C. Perry 'a.
luaiiicuc People i
GEEE CLUB I
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2!
Two Hours College Fun and Music
GRAND OPERA HOUSE V
Admission 35c and 50c, plus war tax
Tickets on sale Opera House Pharmacy and Geo. C. Will's
Make Reservations Early
Reservation Begins 9 a. m. Tuesday
bailey Mot or Co.
Deliveries Since April 1st
A. O. Condit
Frank M. Ford
Wm. K. Surry
Brown Petzel Lbr.
D. D. Gorsline
R. C. Jefferson
J. W. Savage
Chns. C. Hart
C. E. Jones
E. S. Coates
A. L. Harader .
J. B. Tracy
Virgil H. Magsey
M. S. Ramp
Wm. B. Mott
Co. A. B. Browning
G. H. Groisan
I'hez. Farm Co.
Ella K. St. Pierre
Fred W. Kubin .
Gibson D. White
ORDSON FARM TRACTORS
Valley Motor Co.
A. Ws Trial ! Pyramid Pl Treat
savat la One nf the (iraadeM
Ktrot ) Hvre
Too sre suffering dreadfully
with Itrhlnir, Heeding, protruding
piles or hemorrhoids. Now, no over
' e A "- - ft mi, .feis
lew l-Hlvely Caaaaf AStoeel to
j any drug store ant get M
bo of I'vrnnild Ills 'i'resttnent. lie.
Ii f should come "o quickly you
jump iur juj-. u you are in Gout'.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, APRIL 16-17
For these two days only, we will offer the following: Specially low prices
DonH miss these days of Opportunity!
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PTKAMin rl:l'.T fOMPANT.
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Klnrtiv K.-nrf ire n free Kample
f t-rrmmti I'll 1 realaM-at, in
$8.00 all black kid lace, Lousi heels $3.95
$7.50 black kid cloth top lace, Louis heels $3.25
$9.50 "Red Cross" gun metal lace, military heels ."..$7.95
$11,00 "Red Cross" black kid lace, French heels $9.43
$14.00 "Red Cross" black kid De Luxe, 9-in lace $12.45
$17.00 "Red Cross" beaver brown all kid lace, ,
French heels $13 95
$13.00 all white kid lace, French heels $11.35
$3.75 white Reinskin lace, military heels $6.80
Also in Cuban and military heels at $5.45 and $4.30
$4.25 white canvas lace, military heels $2.95
Black K;d oxWds, school heels
Fine black kid, 5 eyelet oxfords
$11 trade brown kid oxford, military heels ..
$12.00 Red Cross brown kid oxford, French heels $10.35
One lot Red Cross black kid oxfords, French heels, worth
$12.00 to $10.50, at special price of .. $g.85
MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS
$9.00 black calf oxfords, Combination last ... $7 35
$1$ "Stetson" black kid oxford "Corndodger" $1045
$12.50 fine brown calf English lace shoes .$10.20
; $10 Mahogany Vamps, beaver calf top, welt soles l...$8!85
; An all Mahogany English lace Goodyear welt soles ....$6.35
Extra Special Friday and Saturday
Men's vici kid "Freak" or "Natural Shape" last, Neolin '
' soles, rubber heels, every pair worth from $10.50 to $1
Boesat........;..., :......1...... ....,;.$6.95
Better Shoes for Lower Trices and Satisfactory
At the Electric; Sign, "SHOES"
sizes ... .vo
Fine black kid Colonial, military heels t........
Ked Cross black kid pump, French heels not all
- Red Cross brown kid pump, French: neels, $ j2 rje$i95
Red Crnss new tx.' 1 e . ' V
pump, rrencn neels, $10 grade..:...$o.4a
Beautiful black kid, one eyelet ties, French heels $8.75 -
White kid pump, Louis XV heel ZiX'LlM'
White kid pump, military heel .. ; .............$8.45.
White Reinskin -.pump, military heels ....:L.L....:;.ll....$5.45
White Reinskin pump,?French heels . ' , ;'-rl -' ;4.95
Tiite canvas pumps in French, Cuban, or Military neels,
fine cloth, the real summer shoes ...,$3.35, $2-95, $2.85
Cut Prices on aH Misses and Children's Shoes
. Another Extra Good One
Young men's'4Tun metal English lace, best oak leather soles',
Saturdav t- t0 -00, Friday and
- Boys' Special for 2 Days
$4.50 and $5.50 boys' black English lace
Sizes 10 to 13. In sizes'l to 6 ..
17.00 boys' brown English lace, 2 to 6, at
?5.50 and $6.50 boys' brown army shoes ......
81Zes is to 2. In sizes 3 to 5, at