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BAttT CAPITAL JOURNAL, gALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1918.
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TODAY IS REMNANT FRIDAY
All Remnants Exactly One Half Price
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always Ki:ro(ixiy.i:i as the cheat vAUE.oivixn event
Or THE SEASON, SEHVKS A DOUBLE PURPOSE. THEY BUS-
TAIN THE PRINCIPLE. INCORPORATED INTO THIS IHISIXESS I
FROM ITS VERY FOUNDATION', THAT "All STOCKS MUST HE I '
FRESH EACH SEASON," A XI) THEY DEMONSTRATE, AS MOTH.
IX(J ELSE POSSIBLY ( OILD, THE POWER OK THIS STORE Edit
FAIMtEACHlXU ECONOMY. THROUGH THE PRESENT JAxTT.
ARY CLEARANCE WINTER MERCHANDISE IS OFFERED AtTeT
DI CTIONS RAXHIXH FROM ONE-FOURTH TO ONE-HALF AC
TUAL VALUE. ACTIVE PREPARATIONS FPU SI'RIXG CAUSE
US TO MAKE THESE RADICAL PRICE CONCESSIONS AT THIS
TIME. WISE HUYERS WILL OBSERVE THE ELEMENT OF ECOX- I
OMY IF THEY PURCHASE AT MEYERS.'
The House of Quality
ROOSTING INDUSTRIES AND GOOD
ROADS IN WASHINGTON COUNTY
COLONEL IIOFER ADVOCATES
STATE AID AM) SAYS PORTLAND
HAS DEFEATED ALL I1LLS SO
- JM1 ooodIooods
CITY NEWS. ;
Regular danco tomorrow night Ar
mory Jmll. Klas.sy Kubs Klul).
Try oiio sack of Cherry City Flour
We do rolling and chopping. Cher
ry City mills.
Attorney Carey F. Martin has moved
his law offices to rooms 412-413-414
Masonic Temple. 12-28-tf Cherry City Flour Mills produclB,
No. 344 State Btreot Is where all the tiow, bran, shorts, breakfast foods,
It will pay you to remember the Sa
lem Fish and Poultry Market. Nothing
but the best fish ixmllry nnd eggs.
Phono Main 2125.
legislators get Bhaved. Davis".
For fresh fish call phone 2126. Sa
lem Fish and Poultry Market. II. C.
Bybee, 177 South Commercial.
mill chop, chopped wheat, rolled oals,
wheat, oats nnd barley,
Mr. K. llofer will address the Min
isterial Union Monday morning on
To avoid our usual Saturday rush 11,0 1 anaina Canal and Imlmgrntlon
phone your onion early. Main fin to Oregon.'
Fancy! and staple groceries at living!
prices. See Sperling's, 311 North Com
Treat to school girls.
RECOlil) OF IS HENS WAS
KEPT BY W. E. P.MIR
The tabulated record of the receipts
and expenditures, total number of eggs
of 48 hens for one year, which ap
peared In The Capital Journal a few
days ago, was kept and furnished The
Journal by W. E. Park, of this eltv.
Credit should have boon given him on
tho article, but It was overlooked by
somo of those mysterious comblna- SCHWARTZ
Hons which make the city editor's life
ono joyous round of pleasure.
Undor the leadership of Dr. Hawk,
the enterprising dairymen and busi
ness men of Gaston have raised $,")000
toward establishing a cheese factory at
that place, and tho Oregon Manufac
turers' Association will try to osslst
them In getting the Industry estab
lished Roost the Home Industries.
The campaign of tho Oregon manu
facturers for the better support for
the home Industries met with enthu
siastic support In Washington county.
Publlo meetings were held this week
at Hlllsboro, whore President McMon
ies, Col. B. Hofer and Mrs. E. T. Weth
A good roads picture show was put
on by courtesy of Phil Dates, repre
senting that department of agriculture.
The court house was packed with peo
ple, some coming from Forest Grove.
Thursday night an Immense crowd
greeted the speakers at Gaston, where
the cllztens had the band out, and the
ladles served refreshments.
Col. Hofer made a plea for state-aid
In the construction of permanent high
ways. He said both the state and na
tional government should assist in
construction of the main highways
through the state. A great deal had
been said about the bad roads In Wash
ington county. He declared It was
wrong to ask Washington county to
Imlld a permanent highway for the
whole state to use, when, at the out
side, not over 20 per cent of tho traf
fic over such a road would emlnate
from Washington county. Let Wash
ington county pay In proportion to her
Bbaro of the traffic, and let the state
pay the rest He said It was easy for
Multnomah, with one-third of the
wealth of the state, to build roads in
that small comity. One-fourth of a
mill tax would do It. Hut why had Mult
nomnh defeated all good roads legis
lation for the rest of the state? The
time has come to demand state aid for
the counties that are willing to con
struct permanent main highways.
The Gaumont Weekly NO. 41,
W'lih two other good reels and
one great comedy,
The strolling violinist, introduc
WOLFE Si WICHEKT,
In a comedy act, "The Dutch
Janitor," at the
will get a
first 150 school f
12 years old, at- X
Saturday nuitineo f
nice package of f
AT VERY LOW PRICES '
Can always be had at our store. Hut for our Saturdays
nicking prices on quality groceries that will appeal to the
of buyers. Compare quality and prices.
At a Salem hospital,
Thursday morning, January 10, 1913,
Mrs. Hulda Schwartz.
Tho first 150
school girls under 12 attending the
Dllgh matinee Saturday at 2 p. m. will
receive a nlco package of sachet.
Cholco chicken Is what you want for
your Sunday dinner. We make a spe-l A. Jeltcr, who wns Indicted on the
clalty of dressing them. Our bread dinrgo of selling liquor to a minor,
sales are Increasing. Why? liccause nnd who pleaded guilty yesterdav, was
It Is good. Phono Main 131. The rino.I Jr.n H.la mm.,!,,- i, i,i
Try a veal roast for your Sunday
dinner; they aro fine better than
chicken. Our shop Is Btrlctly sanitary.
Phone your Sunday order early. Main
K.28. SloiiHloff llros. Court nnd Lib
Salem Furnlturo Co. sloro, 3M-3:!!l j
Chemckela streets. New store; new
stock; no old goods, but our prices aro
!y. .lotto paid the fine.
The last will and testament of the
Into Kmnitt Scboefeld will bo contest
ed in the circuit court now, according
to articles filed, with County Clerk
Gehlhar today. It Is alleged in the
contesting petition that tho deceased,
by reason of an unbalanced mind, us
the result of being a slave to mor-1
phlne. was Induced to dniw in, n will !
... .-cuuuime ,,,,-miuro m.yers. by ono Eleanor Drake nnd June Drake
We can savo you money for your new ,
home. See us before buying. I LOCal GXllibitOI S at the P0Ul-
paeirio i,odge, No. no. a. v. & a. m. 1 i"y show are lequostod to be at
state communication this (K.iduy) ev- the armory at 3:30 1o arrange
enlng In Masonic Temple at 7:;,0 p. ni. fnr mmm, Af 4ln!, L!,.J
iv-i utv iviitiMUl Ul UIUH UIIUO
at 4 o clock, sharo. All birds
TODAY AND SATURDAY.
You have f k cry AT RAT
heard of LAdLI thf DAI
By (lie Vltagrnpli Company nnd
3 OTHERS 3
CLASSY SOXGS BY QUARTET.
HOME OF OOOI) PICTUHES
See it put on
iii true life
Stories of the
The Janitor this morning toted 15
pounds of Ice into President Malar-
key's private office. Senator Joseph
said the Ice made a noise like a suspi
cion. He was heard to ask Dan Kel-
laher In an undertone If he believed
the president was placing soma of his
proposed legislation In cold alorng.)
to prevent Its having any appearance
of putrefaction until after the session.
E. D. Lockhart, of the Statesman de
lights to linger around the legislative
halls. Lockhart ran oato a former
colleague of the pulpit days, now a
member of the house, recently, and a
Portland reporter, who is not In the
habit of hearing tho conversation of
the cloth, listened, grew interested and
turned In a column to his paper as
feature copy. The paper fell for It
and ran the story.
President Mnlarkey was compelled
repeatedly to rap for order this morn
ing. Dan Kellaher Is probably the
noisiest member of the senate. Visit
ing around among the nclghlMiring
senators is ono of the methods em
ployed by Kellaher to keep down bis
fever. The dimpled member from
Multnomah declares thnt If ho con
neither have Hull Run water nor any
social, privileges, ho will attempt to
force entrance into Mnlarkey's private
STANDARD (0RX AXD TOMA
TOES Our trade calls for the better
article In this line, so we aro
slightly overstocked. To those
who want them, Saturday only,
!0c per dozen No sale over one
ROYAL VELVET UOItX
We have made many friends by
calling their attention to the su
perior quality of this corn $l.,10
In any quantity.
. PEELED ASPARAIUS
This Is the peer of all canned
vegetables. The price is very
modest; no more than you pay
for beans and peas. A very
healthy food. Can be served hot
or In a delicious salad.
Fancy peeled 35c per tin.
Extra large 25o per tin.
10 per cent less in dozen lots.
OUR OWN PASTRY.
Are you paying 15c per dozen
for doughnuts? Our doughnuts
at 10c. Compare the quality.
Pumpkin and mince pies 25c.
Can you make them for that
Prune, angel, raisin and coacoa
nut layer cake, 35o; known ev
erywhere for their excellent
quality. Can you match them?
White, gold and chocolate cara
mel and nut cake, large sub
stantial quality cakes Served In
Salem's very best homes, 50c
We wish to Introduce this brand
of goods, 20c quality, 3 tins for
SUPREME SUGAR CURED
Compare tho quality of these
sugar cured Eastern bams with
the salt cured hums that are be
ing offered at barguln prices.
We meet Inferior competition
with hams that are of a superior
quality. Test them.
Saturday special, 20c per lb.
SUPREME PICNIC HAMS
Only 13 l-2c per lb.
We have fine light strips ol this
woll-known bacon In stock now.
Tit It, 30c a lb.
We have a largo stock of orang
es, purchased before the freeze.
A few days yet at tho old price.
See our 40c display.
From the Wallace orchards.
Very choice stock, 75c per bu.
Choice eating and oaoklng ap
ples, 50c box.
IMPERIAL IILUESTEM FLOUR
Bread and cake bakers appreci
ate good hard wheat flour. You
take no chance In making Im
perial your choice. Try It today.
$1.40 per sack.
Golden Gate Coffee, 2 lbs, for 85c
Alhambra, 3 lbs for $1.00
ROTH GROCERY COMPANY I
Visiting brethren welcome. Edward
liostein, W ,M. E. II. Ornate, seero
Globe Theatre Today
must be out ot tho show room
by 6 o'clock, as there will he a
dance at R p, m, The floor
must be cleaned ,
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
HeuMeut ,Went mt Mint llr
I'hoiie Main 201). Kale if 1.00 Day and Up
With dining room, home cooking nnd homo comforts; quiet; near
business center; nil oulsldo rooms. Special weekly rates.
10O Court Street. MRS. MAM 1 V 1 10. Proprietress.
WILL FEATURE TODAY AXD SATURDAY
TIMS SOCIETY DRAMA IS WORTH YOUR IVIIILE.
DON'T MISS IT!
MATINEE DAILY, 2 P. M. '
OLD-TIME NEWSPAPER MAN
ILLUMINATES THE OFFICE
Mr. Campboll Hardy, representing
the spectator, of Portland, Is In the
city, nnd will remain for a few days.
Mr, Hardy has played the newspaper
game for many years, and is known
by all the old-timers. He let the light
of his countenance brighten up The
Journal editorial rooms, bo much bo
Ithat we noticed the devil had over
looked some of the corneiB. It must
have been Hurdys smile that made
even those corners show up.
Tho veto was overridden in senate
bill No. 43. This bill provides for the
creation of a state livestock sanitary
board, tlxlng its powers nnd duties, ap
propriating tho sum of $50,000 for sal
aries nnd expenses of the board nnd
repealing certain pertinent sections of
Lord's Oregon Haws. Tho bill was In
troduced by Senators Iiurgess nnd
Hawley. Six members of the Judiciary
committee recommended the passage
of tho bill, Dlmlck alone dissenting.
The vote was 20 ayes, 2 noes and 2
POULTRY SHOW ENDS TOMORROW
(Continued from page flvo.)
A. V. Oliver, Itlckrcall 1 cockerel
and 1 and 2 pullet. '
S. ('. llrown Leglwrns.
.1. Id. Card, Dallas 2 cock and 3
Vi'nrrcn Gray, Jefferson 1 cock, 2
.xcicre, 1, 2 and 3 hen and 2 pu'let.
,i. M. Garrison, Salem 1 cockerel.
iOd. Seiicel, Albany 3 cock.
THE HOUSE HAS FIGHT.
(Continued from page 1.)
DOUIITED CiOli OR (iOVEIIXOR.
(Continued from page 1.)
Half Price Sale
From S a.
m. to 9 p. m Saturday, you can buy any of
See our line of mouldings and got an estimate boforo placing your
BARNETTS ART HOP
N ext to Yo Liberty Theatre lit I N. Liberty SI reel.
('. II. MOUSE nnd
lllcyclen, Nundrli-s and Repairing, Locksmith
Uiillcd for and Delivered. Phono Main 18S7.
Sll SOUTH II 14: II STREET
Keys Fltlcd -Wheels
All nervous and chronic diseases are successfully treated and per
manently cured by Dll J. r. WORK, naturopath and food export. Of
fice temporarily at 493 Court Btreet.
At one-hnlf tho regular price
This assortment Includes ninny black, navy, gray, brown
ami some cruvenette raincoats.
M0.00 Fonts (tUflO
Ir'.Vi.lM) Uoa Is 2-,o
f-'O.OO ('outs $10,00
$15.00 Fonts ;.r,0
$12.50 ( out ,fl,2,-,
$10.00 Fouls ', $,M
This sale will bo for ONE BAY, and ,on day only,
sizes, ,V, to 44.
SALEM WOOLEN MILLS STORE
leglslntlvo assembly for tho use of the
Institutions or departments. In cas
j an omergency shall exfst requiring the
expenditure of a greater sum than the
I amount appropriated by the legislative
assembly Tor any Institution or depart
ment or for other expenditure of mon
eys not provided for by law, the bill
creates an emergency board consisting
of the governor, tho secretary of state,
the tate treasurer, the president of
tho senate, the speaker of the house
and tho chairmen of the ways and
means committee of the senate and the
houso to authorize deficiencies to be
In Ills veto message Governor West
"1 Inasmuch as there aro going to be
no deficiencies during this administra
tion, unless they bo caused by acta .of
God or tho public enemy the passage
of such a bill Is unnecessary and
would only encumber our statute
books with useless laws and further
complicate our already complicated
system of government"
Olhor Illlls Voted On.
The senato sustained tho veto of the
governor of somite bill No. 1, provid
ing a manner by which ports may geit
by purchase, unappropriated and un
sold tldo nnd overflow lands. All of
tho senators present voted against the
bill, Four members wore absent.
per cent of Washington's voters, ho
said, regarded It as freak legislation.
The provisions of the second choice
bill require a majority vote at a pri
mary election to elect, and make it
compulsory for voters to express their
second choice of candidates for any
Tlra other bill of the governor's'
which was sustained by the house was
the one modifying the punishment
penalty relating to conversion ol pub
lic funds to private uses by public of
ficials. The voto on this measure wns
27 to sustain tho veto and 22 to pass
the bill over the veto.
Those good chicken tamaleB, whole
Bale and retail. Special for parties.
Any kind, any size, any style. Fred
makes the kind you want Phone Main
2048. Order early. Delivery to any
part of city. Shipped to any town lo
i FOR RENT f
t Now modern cottage, four
blocks from P, O. Phone Main
J 67- . T. 0. BLIflll.
CONFECTIONERY and Lunch Stund
for sulo cheap. Apply Immediately.
Commercial Eat Shop. 332 N. Com
mercial street 1-17-Ct
When In need of Chill or Tamal
visit the Commercial street Eat Shop,
ims a, tonimcrclul street. Lunches
served at all hours, op to 12 o'clock,
except Sunday. Also confectionery,
FOR RENT Two Bleeping rooms,
with heat, cloeo In, 292 High street.
Phono 2227. l-17-.1t
FOR SALE Saturday, nlco dressed
goats, $1,00 apiece, delivered. Phone
WANTED At once, two chamber
maids at the Hllgh Hotel; must live
at home. l-17-3t
I DET $25.00 you cannot mako sand-
wrnos nt brine like Fred nuke in
front of Madison's, Look and t.ee.
No greaiws, 1-13-.11
MONEY TO LOAN
On Cood Real Estate Secnrlly.
TIIOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Hank, Salom, Or
MONEY TO LOAN
On farm and city property, Joh a
8cott. over Chicago Store, Salem, Or
egon. Phone 166J.
WOOD AND COAL
In any quantity. Prompt- delWerj
our specialty. Falls f'it i mK.l
Company. 279 North Commercial
street Phone Main 811
SALMON FAVEROLLES I have sev
eral trios and pons loft at winner
sale prices. Circular for tho asking.
Eugeno Preecott, Salem.
WANTED Amateurs for
night. Globe theatre. '
MONEY TO LOAN
On good Real Estate lecirltj.
147 State Street
Globe Theatre Today
I' I .
:: Grand. Opera House ::
:: Monday,, June 20th
First TIcm Here.
And tho World Famous
Oscar HammnrBtelu Cotnlo Op
With a special orchestra In Vic
tor Herbert's masterpiece
Hook and lyrics by Rida John
son. Prices, $2.00, $1.50 and 7Bo.
JAPANESE LAUNDRY AND DBT
No machinery to tear and wear
out delicate fabrics. Work called
for and delivered promptly.
6 Ferry St Phone Main 2261
Office Phone Main 183
Hlgdon Residence Main 11L
Funeral Directors and Undertakers
262 N. High Btreot
Xaieale TemnU M