Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 13, 1913, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    PAOS EIGHT.
DAILY CAPITAL J OTTIKAL, IA1HM, 0S200H, TETOSDAT, NOVEMBEE 13, 1913.
Meyers' Great One-half Price Sale of Women's and Misses'
Suits Continues to Draw Scores of Bayers to the Big Store
Your choice of any Suit
at onehalf regular price
: it
The House
of Quality
Capital City Brevities
f)r. V. h. Utter, dentin, suits 415-
417 Mssonlo building.
Mrs. Pulton, chiropractor, Hubbard
building.
C. B. Harrison, a traveling salesman,
Is in the city visiting his family.
Attorney John Carson has returnod
after investigating some legal matters
in Dallas.
Yos the Wexford quartet will ho on
tonight with tho "Mury" picture. A
good show for a d i mo. Boo lobby dis
play. Oct busyl Catch mink, skunk, musk
rat, coon and all kinds of fur-beariim
anlmuli. I pay the highest prices in
Oregon. Pie nio before you sell, 0; F.
Purdy, 242 Center stroet.
Dr. Mendelsohn, doctor of optics, in
locstod in U. S. Bunk building, rooms
210-211. Its will examine your eyes
am fit them the way they should be
fitted. It will ent you less money for
proper fitting than you pay olsowhore
for inferior matorlals and nonprofes
sional service.
First Week
End Special
Here's a special that will
appeal to you.
Save on a Sweater
See these $6.00 Sweaters
in our window. They're
soft and yet durable the
best woolen yarn went in
them.
Special only
$1.15
AND COMPANY
Every suit must be old we want to be rid of them now, and
profit is entirely overlooked in our effort to clear the decks
for holiday time. The suits are of brocaded wool poplin,
serge, ratine, brocades, etc., and are in the popular colors of
navy blue, brown, Copenhagen, Russian green, mahogany,
terra cotta, taupe, etc. Beautifully made and finished every
one & worthy garment and well worth its regular price. Sure
ly you can afford two suits at these prices. See the suits and
you'll be convinced of the unusualness of this offering.
Women's and
Women's and
Women's and
Women's and
Women's and
Women's and
Women's and
Women's and
Women's and
Misses'
Misses'
Misses'
Misses'
Misses'
Misses'
Misses'
Misses'
Misses'
regular
regular
regular
regular
regular
regular
regular
regular
regular
Stamp Your Own Linen Pieces
Just received a large assortment of things to interest
needle workers. Towels, Pillow Cases, Laundry Bags
and many other dainty articles here for your inspec
tion. Pretty designs and initials ready to transfer.
You can do it yourself we'll show you how. Visit
the art section when in the store.
HL JJL
CpOOPJlGOODS
Dr. Mendelsohn fits eyes correctly.
Dr. May, nerve specialist. Masonie
building.
Miss Alice Mills has gone to Silvor
ton to visit during tho remainder of tho
wook.
Hour tho quartet tonight at the Wex-
ford, Last timo today of tho "Mnry"
picture. It's great.
Charles Spaulding, tho president of
the Bpatildlng Logging company, is in .
Portland on businoss this week.
Still some hats at bargain prices at
the Bon Ton, 312 .11:1 Hubbard build
ing. Iook them over before you buy,
C. W. Cochran, an official of tho
Oregon F.loetric railway, was in the city
yesterday,' looking after business mat
ters. County Clerk flohlhnr yesterday is
sued a marriage license to D. C. Kerr
and F.lla Burt Wldol, both of Silver
ton, Dorothy and Charles filmon, students
at Mt. Angel college, are now being
visited by their mother, Mrs, Chns.
Hlmon, of San Francisco,
Holeproof
Hosiery
Headquarters
Overcoats and
Raincoats
in all
the latest models.
$10.00
$25.00
$18.50
$22.50
$25.00
$30.00
$35.00
$37.50
$40.00
$45.00
$50.00
Suits,
Suits,
Suits,
Suits,
Suits,
Suits,
Suits,
Suits,
Suits,
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Sepcial
..$ 9.25
..$11.25
..$12.50
..$15.00
..$17.50
..$18.75
..$20.00
..$22.50
..$25.00
vt
Bov. C. A. Mahor, assistant at St.
Joseph's church, is in Portland today
on business.
Furs romodolod. Take your last sea
son's furs and have thorn mado over
Into popular this season styles at tho
Bon Ton, 812-313 Hubbard building,
Raw furs. We mnko a specialty of
InLIn . 1.!... ...!.!.. . .!..
11D illto handsome. fa.hl..aJ,i ,. Th
Bon Ton 313-313 Hubbard building.
Aftor spending the summer on hii
farm in Saskatchewan, Canada, 0. E.
Ityro, Itho HvoU-Vnjown ftball star,
bns returned to spend tho winter hero,
Mr. Eyre reports crops in his district
flourishing.
A potitlon for reinstatement was
made to tho supremo court today by H.
T. Turner, who waa disbarred in 11)07
on a chargo of forgery, Tho petition is
signed by prominent citizens. Turner
was accused of forging a pretended as
signment of acertlflcato of school
lands.
Tho jury which ha been serving dur
ing tho October term of department No.
1 of the circuit court was discharged
yesterday afternoon. Judgo Kolly will
remain hero until Sunday hearing de
murrers and motions. With the oxcep
tlou of two more cases, tho October
term docket has been about cleared up,
Te annual praise meething of the
Woman ' Missionary Society of the
1'ioshytorian church, will meet in chui !i
parlor Friday afternoon at 2:.10 o'clock.
An Interesting program has been pre
pared. Mrs. McCllntock, a returned
missionary from China, will address tho
mooting. All ladies of the church are
cordially invited.
fcays it's groat. Manager Waters, of
tho llraud, saw "Stop Thief" In Port
land Tuesday night, and says It is the
best comedy that has conto to the coast
for many yearn. Manager Pangle, of
tho TIclltg theatre, hacks Mr. Waters
up in this statement, and says that it is
breaking records at his theatre. "Stop
Thief" plays at the (imiiil opera house
next Monday, tho scat sule opimiiig
Saturday at 0 o'clock, with mall orders
now,
A smt to foreclose a mortgage given
by 8, J. Nyakaa and wifo to the Star
!ud Co. was started yesterday in the
circuit court. The Star Land Co. al
leges that Mr. and Mrs. Nyskn Issued
ft promissory note on May 8, 11M.1, for
$00 and as security gave plaintiff a
mortgage en farm lands in Marion
county. No part of the note hn been
paid, alleges plaintiff, and it is asked
that the mnriiraue be foreclosed.
Mis F.lla F.llisnn, an attendant at
the asylum, fell down an elevator shaft
yesterday afternoon at the Institution.
I and sustained several severe but net
serious Injuries. Miss Kllison opened
one of the elevator dour and started
to step In what she thought was the
elevator. The rsr happened to be down
on another floor, however, and, before
the young woman could stp, she slip
ped and plunged to the bottom of the
shaft. The force of the fall rendered
her uneonscimi, but, with the excep
tion of a few ents aud bruises about
the head and shoulders, aha escaped
safely.
Handled vegetable brushes, Sc each,
at Salem Hardware Co., Inc., next Sat
urday. Saturday special vegetable brushes
with handles, 5c each. Salem Hard
ware Co., Inc.
Learn to read music. Reasonable tu
ition. Call at Krapp's Normal, Che
mekota and Commercial, Thursday
night, 7 to 8 p. m. Night school.
Young people's literary and social
entertainment of the Swedish' church
will be held at the pastor's home, 1833
Trade street, next Tuesday, November
14, at 8 p. m. A good program will be
rendered and refreshments will be
served. All are cordially invited to
attend. Committee.
Football game. High school special
to Eugene.- Leaves Salem at 8:30 a. m
Saturday, 15th, arrive at Eugene at 11
a. m. Leave Eugene at 8:35 p. m. Arrive
at Salem at 11:15 p. in.; $2.10 for round
trip.
Deputy Sheriff Needham this morn
ing received a telephone message from
East Independence to the effect that
one John Bobinson had been robbed of
a suit of clothes,, two pairs of shoes
and a hat. Bobinson informed the
deputy that he arrived at his tent, in
which ho has been living, on the east
sidij of the river, from Independence
last night, and found his best suit gone
and two pairs of new shoes missing. No
clew was left by the robber.
The following members of the pro
motion department of the Commercial
club were elected last night to serve
on tho committee which is to nominate
officers for the department during the
ensuing year: W. H. Hamilton, Carle
Abrar.is, Will Gohlsdorf, Roy Wassom
and Luther J. Chapin. There was
about 30 members present last night at
the regular monthly meeting, and it
was partly decidod to hold the election
of officers on the evening of December
9, at the Hotel Marion.
Oswald Becker and L. D. PottyjoBn,
of St. Paul, were in the city today,
looking after business matters.
ELKS, ATTENTION.
Initiation, a good entertainment and
social sossion tonight. Johnny Jones
will serve one of his best lunches
There will be things doing. Bo there,
brothers, be thoro.
BIRTHS.
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LEEPEE.
At the Salem hospital, Thursday, No
vember 13, 11)1,1, to Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Lcepor, a daughter.
STRUCK ON HEAD BY AN
UNKNOWN MAN WHO ESCAPES
The police today are looking for a
.ttrango niun who hit Otto Anson,
baker at the California bakery, over
tho hoad with some blunt object while
he was walking to his home east of the
city last Tuesday night.
Anson left this city and had reached
a point on tho reform school road, near
the Fvndrich slaughter house, when ho
saw a man walking toward him. Just
as Anson attempted to pass, ho says the
man up and hit him over the head. An
son tells thn polico that he was stun
nod by tho blow, aud did not regain his
right mind until several hours after
ward, when he made his way home.
It is bolioved by Anson that his as
sailnnt intended to rob him, but, upon
seeing what ho had dono, became
frightened and fled.
WILLAMETTE VALLEY 10
GET REM FOR BIG
The commissioners appointed to gath
er tho Willamette valley exhibit for the
Panama exposition met this afternoon
in the auditorium of tho promotion do
par tin cut of the Salem Commercial
club for tho purpose of framing pinna.
There ars throe commissioners from
each county in attendauce, and Clack
amas, Marion, Linn, Lane, Benton,
Polk, Yamhill and Washington counties
are represented. Mayor Stecves dcliv
eered the address of wqlcomo and the
mooting is being conducted by Marion
comity's commissioners, W. T. Tsylor,
Fred 8. Bynon and U D. Tettyjohn. C.
II. Stewart, of Albany, Linn comity, is
acting a chairman.
ELKS, ATTENTION.
Initiation, a good entertainment and
socIbI session tonight. Johnny Jones
will serve one of his best lunches.
There will be things doing, Be there,
brothers, bo there.
i, . I j
Wexford
FKUUY AND SATl'KDAY
u.k Fight for
Millions"
4lHH Feet of Thrills.
THE ONE BIO FEATUBS Or
THE WEXS
SEK
HANSEL' MUST DIE IS
DEMON OF WEST
IN HIS CASE
Governor West this morning commut
ed the sentence of Lem Woon, a Chi
naruan, who waa sentenced to hang No
vember 14, for the killing of another
Chinaman in Portland some four or five
years ago, to imprisonment for life. At
the same time he announced that he
would not interfere with the course of
the law in the case of Oswald Hansel,
who is sentenced to be hanged tomor
row morning at 8:30, for the murder of
Judge Taylor at Astoria last Septem
ber. Strong presusre was brought to
bear to have Hansel reprieved in order
that his testimony could be taken in a
civil suit, to set aside a deed and mort
gage given by Hansel to attorneys to
defend him. It is alleged that this deed
and the the title to other property was
secured from Hansel by doubtful meth
ods, and Hansel claims ho never execut
ed the deed. 'The governor, however,
concluded that there was not sufficient
ground to warrant the interference.
BY CONFERENCE HERE
At the session of the Congregational
conference today the following officers
were chosen:
Charles E. McGinnis, layman, Eugene,
moderator; Key. F. C. Butler, of Hub
bard, assistant moderator, and Daniel
Stever, of Portland, re-elected registrar
for three years.
Gives Fine Address.
President Bushnell, of Pacific Uni
versity, gave an intensely interesting
address at the First Congregational
church last niuht. He was optimistic
as to what might be accomplished, al
though deploring the fact that the
church had not succeeded as well as it
should with the working class in the
large cities. Tho greed of many by
which they hojd to get something for
nothing was one of the curses of the
day, ho asserted. Ho firmly believed
that civilization could never advance
along such lines.
Professor Henlts, of Willamotto Uni
versity, discussed "The Civilization of
Christianity ' ' interestingly.
Tho musical program of the evening
was much enjoyed.
State Prohibition In 1918.
The committee on temperance recom
mended yesterday that an effort be
mado to repeal the home rule law in
ll'U and make no effort for state pro
hibition until 11)10. II. It. Sheldon, su
perintendent of tho Anti-Saloon League,
strongly ondorsod this plan,
The registrar's report showed a grat
ifying growth iii tho churches of the
state.
Thcie was a lively discussion at the
afternoon session over papers read by
Mrs. William Fleming on "Women for
Women, or Womon for the Kingdom,"
and Mrs. Robert McMurphy, on
"Wasteful Methods in Women's
Work."
Tho following is the program for this
afternoon and evening:
Afternoon.
2:00 Tho Church and Social Service.
(a) The Church and Social Movements,
Rev. E, A, Harris, (b) Tho Church and
the Amusement Problem, Itev. D. V.
Poling, (c) The Rural Church as a So
eial Agent, Rev. F. C. Butler.
The program for the Woman's Con
ference at 2 p. m. is as follows:
Devotional, Mrs. Walter Hoge.,
Tales of Heroic. Deeds from Our For
eign Fields What Our Women Are Do
ing in the Home Land, Mrs. Win. Kant
tier. Music.
Bound Table Mrs, Oeo. N. Paddock.
3:00 Discussion P,1 by O. N. Ed
wards and W. A. Schwimley.
4:00 National Societies and the
Kingdom, (a) Congregationalism in
Oregon, Supt. O. E. Paddock, (b) Our
Sunday Schools in Oregon, Supt It. N.
Smith, (c) The Church Building Socie
ty, Rev. E. 8, Bollinger, (d) Reports
from representatives of other National
Societies.
Evening,
Tho Layman and the Kingdom.
7:30 Praise sen-ice.
7:4.1 Address, Hon, W. H. Lewis,
Seattle, former president of National
Brotherhood.
8:13 "Establishing the Kingdom
A Man's Job," Rev. Frank Dyer, Ta
coma, former secretary of National
Brothorhood.
ELKS, ATTENTION.
Initiation, a good entertainment and
social session toniuht. Johnnv Jones
will serve one of his best lunches.
There will lie things doing. Be then',
brothers, be there.
FATALLY BURNED
(vwrrao rsasa utssn tm.)
Sai-ramiMito, ( al., Nov. 13. Her body
throws serosa the kitchen, Mrs. Ors
Tsrkins waa probably fatally burned
by an explosion of coal oil hers today,
tier son, Leonard, aged 17, was also
badly burned whJW trying to rwwu
his mother, The boy will probably recover.
r UNITED FBEKS LliSBD WIRI.
Washington, Nov. 13. The nomina
tion of Dudley Field Malone to be col
lector of the Port of New York, to suc
ceed John Purroy Mitchell, mayor-elect
of New York City, was confirmed with
out opposition by the senate this afternoon.
EYES SPLIT BY BLADES OF
IS I
0NITID PRESS IJIASBD WIBB-
Nogales, Arir.., Nov. 13. A. A. Rudg
in, aged 66, a rancher who was made
totally blind a month ago when blades
of corn slit both his eyeballs as he
walked through cornfield, died today
of bloodpoisoning, resulting from the
wounds.
ILL STREET FIRM IS
rjNlTVD FSISS LHA8ED WIR.t
JNew York, Nov. 13. Following the
filing of a voluntary petition in bank
ruptcy, a receiver was appointed today
for H. B. Hollins & Co., one of the larg
est firms in Wall street. Liabilities
were given as $6,000,000 and assets as
between $250,000 and $500,000. The
amounts named in the petition was $661.
The firm is a member of the consoli
dated and New York exchanges.
WORK EMPLOYES LONG HOUES.
UNITED ri.S.SS I.BASKIl WIRB.l
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 13. Charging
the contractors with working their em
ployes from nine to 12 hours, with no
overtime, and with paying low wages, a
resolution , asking the government to
abolish the contract system of handling
United States mails in large cities, was
introduced bofore the American Feder
ation of Labor convention here today,
by dolegatos of the International Team
sters' union,
NEW TODAY.
o
WANTED Washing, ironing or clean
mg. Work by the day. Address 420
State street.
A.y icu i,aiiy capable ot earning
good salary. Room 22-S, Hubbard
Bldg.
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, near city hail, 336 North High
St. Phone Main 4.
LOST in Stockton,'s Mayers' or Style
shop, umbrella, Monday. Finder
phone Main 1617.
BOARD AND ROOM in private famil
lyj modern conveniences, 524 South
14th street.
FURS REMODELED at 312-313 Hub
bard Bldg. '
FOR RENT House with barn, half
block fro masylum avenue and 20th
streets. Phone 1352.
YOU CANNOT get eggs by blaming the
1 chiekous. Conkoy's Laying Tonic
will get the eggs and relieve all
blame. For sale by D. A. White &
Sons.
FOR RENT 0-room modern cottage,
$10 per monih. Inquire Saginaw and
Willson.
FOR 8ALE Two splendid heifers; be
fresh soon. Phone Main 640.
WANTED Carrier boy for Highland.
Apply to Capital Journal.
FOR RENT Two nicely
rooms, 1495 State stret.
furnished
LOOK AT THIS Slightly used drop-
head sewing machine $10; new drop
head sewing machine $18 and up. 640
Stats street
DO YOU WANT a suburban home that
will, Incroase in value $1000 a year
for the noxt four years, that is now
notting the owners over $500 a year,
besides their living, that is within
10 minutes' walk of the street car
line, that has an eight year-old or
chard of peach, walnut, apple, cherry
and pear trees, and all kinds of ber
ries and small fruits, and a $100 Jer
sey cowl See C O. Rice, with L. 8.
Barnes A Co., 313 316 Masonic torn
Tie. $6iH) Will make first payment on a
$.300 prima orchard, balance $200 a
year at and 7 per cent; had $300
worth of fruit this year, and the
trees are young. Fairly good hnns
and barn, 5H miles, on crushed rock
road. C. O. Rice, with L, 9. Barnes
Co., 315 116 Masonic temple.
Globe
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Tonight
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Tomorrow
WOMEN ESCHEW POLITICS.
IDMITIO PBSSS LUIS ED WIBB.1
New Orleans, Nov. 13. The Daugh
ters of the Confederacy refused flatly
today to receive greetings from the
Southern States Woman Suffrage Con
ference, aftor tho organization of that
body was effected. This action was
taken on the grounds that the Daugh
ters must eschew politics of all kinds.
Wet or Dry
We Btill have real bargains in city
and country property.
14 acres on car line, 2 miles front
bank, $10,000. 7 acres in berries,
bourse and barn, $3000. 30 acres, good
house and barn, $3500. 4 acres, well
improved, close in, $200. 20 acres, well
improved, ideal suburban home, $6500.
1 to 5 acres on instalment. 5 and 10.
acre tracts, good terms. Several now;
houses on installments. Some prima
ranches and borry tracts at reasonable
prices. Several business chances, such
as pool hall, cigar stand, candy store,
blacksmith shop, hotel or restaurant,
Headquarters for New
Salem Maps
We rent Houses and
Furnished Rooms. We
sell Insurance of all kinds
List your bargains with us
and we will give you square,
prompt and courteous treat
ment. Acme Investment Co.
A. B. COOK, Manager.
Phone Main 477. 540 State street
Opposite Court House.
Employment Bureau in Con
nection. E. L. Campbell
Carriage and
Automobile Painter
Fully equipped for high grade
work. Up-to-date, dust-proof
varnish room.
408 Ferry St.
Salem, Ors.
Our specialty Is proscriptions.
Accuracy .quality and promptness
Scbaefor's drug store. "Deutsche f
Apomeae.
NORWICH UNION
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
HI R'iMAKBT A 1KKKDITV
UsMest AfmU Mt Htate (Mr.
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa Nona Rfal Estate 8eir1tj.
TH08. K. FORD
Orar Ladd A Bush Bank, Salem. O-
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa farm aad city property. Jeka ft
Boott, oyer Chicago Store, laisss,
som. Phons 1111.
REAL ESTATE
MONEY TO LOAN
JAOOB ft 00.
rhons 2424. 208-207 Hnbbard Bid
WOOD AND COAL
la say quaallty. Prompt llvr.
nr specialty. Falls City LnarUr
Compaay. 17$ North Coram-r
strsst Psoas Mala III.
J XT IH t St LACXDKT AR ll
CLIiSLSa WOMB
No cnachlaery U tsar aac wear
at aeilcaU fabric Work !M
for aad 4sllrsjrs4 prwmpUy.
44fl Ferry strati. Fhons Mais 1131