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DAILY CAPITAL JOTJRNAL, SALEM, REOON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1914.
A shipment of new
gowns for afternoon
and street wear has
just been received.
featuring all of the
latest of Dame Fash
The fabrics are var
ied, and their colors
are numerous. In the.
trimmings a touch of
Persian is noticed on
several models, but
laces or ruching on
all of them, and as ev
ery feminine heart de
lights in filmy laces,
these spring and sum
mer styles are sure to
You are invited to visit our
It is filled with new mer
chandise. New Jack Tar
The finest yet and a large
assortment to choose from.
WOULD CUT INI OFF
GOVERNOR WEST OPPOSES THE
GRANTING OF LICENSES TO AL
LEGED LAW VIOLATORS.
Governor West has today mailed a
letter to the mayor and city conucil of
Sherwood, protesting against the grant
ing licenses to Fred and Frank Col
felt, saloon keepers, who have, it is as
serted, sold liquor contrary to law. The
governor's letter follows:
"My attention has been callod-to the
fact that Saloonkeepers Fred and Frank
Colfelt aro about to apply to your hon
orable body for a renewal of liquor li
cense in your city.
"I have been advised that Mr. Frank
91-aere farm, $S00O; want city
property up to $4000.
MO-aero stock farm, $25 per
aero, for city property up to
15 acres, improved, $M0O, will
tako $2000 iu city property.
7 acres, well improved, close in
for larger farm.
2'4 acres, improved, on Broad
way for fann.
IflO-acre farm, well improved,
at Newberg; will take city prop
erty up to $")000.
160 acres in Tillamook county,
$2000 for Salem property. What
We write insurance and bonds.
Money to loan.
Houses for rent
For sale, farms, any number of
acres to suit.
Houses on easy paymonts.
Bechtel & Bynon
347 Bute Street.
Big Stock of Furnishings and Dry Goods
All to Be Sold at
SPECIAL CUT PRICES
An unequaled opportunity to get all kind of fine wearing
apparel for men, women and children. You owe it to your
pocketbook to call and tee for yourselves.
Remember this is the store that
325 N. COMMERCIAL STREET
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Colfelt has recently been convicted un
der seven different indictments for the
illegal sale of liquor, and is now on pa
role on five of said counts, and that
Frank Colfelt was recently fined $200
apd given Bix monthB in jail for a sim
ilar offense, and is now out on parole.
"Being charged with the enforcement
of the laws of the state, I wish to call
the abovj) matter to your attention and
most emphatically protest against the
issuance of licenses to theso parties.
"Trusting that we will have your co
operation in this nutter and that it will
be unnecessary for this office to take
further steps in order to force your lo
cal saloonkeepers to show a more do
cent respect for the laws of this state."
LARGEST SAWMILLS OF
EVERETT FIGHT UNIONS
united imiess i.EARnn wiim.
Everett, Wash., Feb. 26. In a pub
lic statement issued yesterday six lum
ber eoinanics representing tho large
lumber interests of this city, announced
thoy would close .their mills hero Sat
urday to reopen later under certain
The statement says the mill ownerB
will not tolerate union officers or del
egates or wearers of union buttons
about their plants, but that they will
not necessarily discriminate against
former union members, if they promise
to resume work at the same wages and
under the same working conditions now
This announcement is the result of
a walkout several days ago at the plant
of the Robinson Manufacturing com
pauy duo to the discharge of a number
of men. Most of tho sawmill owners
at that time declared they would sup-
TT7L 'modern way to
results, at a moderate
cost, is the jr
want ad Way
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This is less than the whole
18c and 15c values
port the Robinson company in all ways
The union men say they regard the
uituation as a struggle for the existence
of their organization.
(Continued from page one.)
and the man was under bonds at one
time for a wholo year to keep tho
Attorney Winslow states that Smith
has written letters to several men
threatening to kill them and several
years ago threatened to kill a surveyor
who wanted to establish a lino near
According to court records Smith has
terrorized the community in which bo
lives upon several different occasions
and was the bully of tho whole neigh
borhood. Smith is nbont 6.1 yenrB of ago and
hns been a resident of Marion county
lor many years.
Timber Company Helps.
Deputy Sheriff made tho trip up to
tho Johnson ranch on a spocder loaned
to him by tho Silver Fulls Timbor Co.
Deputy Needham states that tho timbor
company readily oflcred linn assistunco
when lie announced his mission at the
mountain railroad offico and oven as
signed a nmn to operate tho speeder.
Smith was with Curley Cooliiljjo M
years ago, when the two went to Clint-
co, Oregon, on tho coaHt, to examine a
timber claim and both men were fired
at from ambush, Conlidgo being killed
and Smith receiving a bullet in tho
leg. The Van Felt boys were arrested
for tho killing. Later Van Felt was
shot from ambush and killed, and ro
cently Cooley was arrested in San Fran
cisco charged with tho murder.
MUSTEROLE Loosens Up
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Just rub it briskly on tho chest and
throat at night, and get tho soothing
relief this clean, white ointment, niadu
with oil of mustard, gives.
The old-time mustard plaster used lo
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why millions are now using it with such
comforting results. It breaks up a cold
quicker than any mustard plaster you
ever saw. .
Best for Bore Throat, Bronchitis.
Tonsilitis, Croup, Stiff Neck, AsthmB,
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I'loiirisy, Itheumntism, Lumbago, Fains
and aches of the Hack or Joints,
Sprains, Soro Muscles, Bruises, Chil
blains, Frosted Feet, Colds of the Chest
(it prevents Pneumonia).
At your druglsts's, in i'a and BOc
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Accept no mihstitulrt, "If your druggist
cannot supply von, send Viz or Sue. to
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Miss M. Speers, graduate nurse, St.
Petersburg, Florida, says:
"I have found it excellent for every
thing that has anything tn do with colds
or rheumatic uf lections. I am a profes
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than anything I ever saw."
CAPITAL CITY mDRY
Former tfilverton, Portland and Snohom
ish Residents Buy It and Plans
to Extend Business.
ABE ALREADY UNDER WAT
Present Plant Is to Be Remodeled, En
larged and Repainted and Made
Modern in Every Way.
The Capital City Laundry, located in
North Salem, at Broadway and Market
Btreots, has changod hands. The new
owners are J. E. Nadon, formerly of
Silverton; G. P. Clerin, until recently
a resident of Portland; and F. W.
Haskins, who has lately arrived from
Snohomish, Washington. All of the
members of he new company which
will conduct the laundry are thoroughly
familiar with the business and hare had
practical experience in it for years. In
seeking a location they decided , that
Salom was the most promising town tn
the state, and they have come here with
the determination to assist in ita up
building and to become a part of its
commercial activity. .;
As fast as possible the present plant
is to be modernized. Numerous i.m
provoments am already under way and
much new machinery of latest pattern
is to be installed. The building at
present in use is to be remodeled, en
larged and repainted.
An up-to-date cleaning, pressing and
dyeing department is to bo added. The
delivery service is to be improved and
it is expected to make use of auto
trucks in addition to the present wag-
A down-town offico is to be main
tained at Spaulding's tailoring shop,
495 Court, near High, and branch
agcncieB will be established in all of
tho surrounding towns.
BECKER 1L GET TREE
STRONG BELIEF ALLEGED MUR
DERER MILL WIN OUT AT SEO
OND TRIAL OF CASE.
UNnT.D 1'IUtSS l.KASKU WI1IE.
Now York, Feb. 20. Strong belief
that formor Police Lieutenant Charles
F. Docker, granted a re-trial on charges
of murdering Gambler Herman Rosen
thal, would be freed at the socond trial,
prevailed here today, Dofenso attor
neys wero confident that the action of
tho circuit court of appeals in criticis
ing Justice John W. Wolf, who presided
at the first trial, and of its attack on
tho admissibility of tho evidence of
fered by Stun Schopps, indicated eer
tnin Buecess for Becker.
Becker probably will bo returned to
tho Tombs hero from tho death house
at Sing Sing today. If he is acquitted,
ho intends to fleck rc-iiistatomcnt to the
polico forco and suo for'back salary.
An interview granted by Becker to
a representative of tho Now York
World was published horo today. In it
Becker declared ho believed the slayer
of Rosenthal to bo still at largo and
named ono of tho witnesses who testi
fied at his first trial as the actual
"I have not the proof now," said
Becker, "but, I believo this man is
tho slayer. According to his own tes
timony ho was drunk on tho night of
the murder and did not remember what
"I feel sorry for those boys in the
death house, for I do not believo they
had anything to do with tho actual
hilling of Rosenthal,"
Becker referred to tho death house
as an Inferno, adding:
"Imagine, yourself sitting in a chair
facing another man holding a cocked
pistol at your head. That's tho way II
felt, despite the fact that deep down
in my soul I knew that right would
YOUNG IN GET 5 DAYS
DANIELS AND COMSTOCK STAGE
CUSSING MATCH, AND ONE OF
THEM GETS SLAPPED.
Karl Daniels and C'lydo Comstoe.k,
two Salem young men, wero given five
days each in the city bastilo by Judgo
Elgin this morning on the charge of
being disorderly at the corner of State
and High streets laxt night. According
to the police matron, tho young follows
were making remarks that oven a dog
would be ashamed of, and were carrying
on like two heathens.
Whilo tho men wero In tho midst of
their cussing match, W. D. Farrier, a
local citizen, tried to remonstrato with
words, and failing, slaped one of the
follows. Officer Handera then hove In
light and took the three men to the
Too much booze and little common do
cency wero resoiiililo for the youths
actions, declare Chief Shedock, Riid
therefore they will have five days In
which to lounge around a couortr.e jail
and think matters over thoroughly.
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No matter what ails your feet or what
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your face in paiin. Your shoes won't
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agony from corns, callouses or bunions.
Get a 25-cent box at any drug, store
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comfort for only 25 cents. Think of it.
HEAD OF" WnuJAMEl'TE COLLEGE
OF THEOLOGY REGIONS BE
CAUSE OF ADVANCED YE'S-.
Dr. II, D. Kimball, prosidont of the
Kimball Collogo of Theology of Wil
lamette university and donor of the
building ami grounds to tho university
has today tendered his resignation and
will move to Los Angeles.
Dr. Kimball, who is ono of the lead
ing Methodist ministers of the west, do
cided to give up active work and move
south because of his advanced years.
Whilo pastor of the Vincent Moth
odist church, of Spokane, eight years
ago, Dr. Kimball concoivod the idea
of endowing a Methodist theological
school in Oregon and finally docided
to make it a part of Willamotto univer
sity. Because of this fact tho trustees
of tho school unanimously called him to
the presidency of the collego when it
was opened. This institution hns grown
under his management and ranks high
among colleges of theology. Mrs. Kim
ball hns taken a part in church and so
cial work and, like her husband, will
bo greatly missed.
Uov. W. W. Youngson, pastor of Hose
City Methodist church, Portland, and
Rev. IF, S. Wilkinson, pastor of the
First Methodist church, Eugene, have
been mentioned as possible successors
of Dr. Kimball.
(Continued from page one.)
Carlson in a Mason, and Ball in a Mar
iii on followed In order.
Oldfield lost his socond position in
tho fourteenth lap when ho stopped in
front of tho stands to tako on fuel. Do
I'almii, Carlson and Ball flashed by,
whilo Jtnrnoy, emerging from the pits,
tacked on behind Anderson, who was
a lap in front,
Six cars worn out of tho rnco before
the end of tho thirteenth lap. In aM
ition to Wishart, Grant (Isotta,) Lewis
(Mason,) Marquis (Sunbeam,) Vcrbeck
(Fiat,) Goodo (ApperMoii) and I'ullen
(Mercer) had boon compelled to quit.
Crnshos Into Fence.
Eddie I'ullen, after holding a lead
II into tho thirteenth lap, crashed
through a fence at a dangerous turn
ami his cur was wrockod. Pulleu was
unhurt. Ho was making 85 miles an
hour when the accident occurred.
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a Small Trial Bottle of Old
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Kidneys causo backache! No! They
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A moment after it Ip'uppliL you'll
wonder what became of tho buAachn,
scat Ira or lumbago pain. "St. Jacobs
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It's tho only application to rub on a
weak, lame or painful bark, or for lum
bago, scutlca, neuralgia, rheumatism,
sprains or a strain.
GOVERNOR GLAD TO SEE
Stand in Favor of an Amendment to
Give Governor Power to Veto Single
Items of Appropriation Eight
RECALLS FIGHT MADE BY
OREGONIAN AND ITS CEOWD
Opposition of Portland Paper Largely
Responsible for Defeat of Meas
ure at Last Session.
Commenting on an editorial in the
Oregoniam, Governor West this morning
'I am glad to see the Oregonian
come out and take a stand for an
amendment to the constitution which
will permit the governor to veto single
items in blanket appropriation bills.
Seeing the need of such legislation, I
called the matter to the attention of
the last legislature and an amendment
was submitted to the senate through a
resolution by Senator McCulloch, but
was killed by the Oregonian crowd in
"A similar resolution was introduced
in the house by Messrs. Reames and Ea
ton. It passed the house, but was killed
in the senate. ,
"Had the Oregonian raised its voice
with just one word of endorsement the
resolution would have carried, and the
amendment could have been voted upon
and adopted at the last special election.
"Thus we have seen a most meritor
ious measuro go down to defeat through
the position of .Senator 2':ef," the'
Oregonian 's candidate for governor, and
simply because that paper and its
crowd in the Bonate had a personal dis
like for me. v
"Now, that, the Oregonian admits
the need of Buch an amendment, it will
no doubt be anxious to see it placed be
fore tho peoplo through the initiative,
and, in order to holp the matter along,
I will agree to donate dollar for dol
lar with the Orogonian Wards raising
a fund to securo signatures to place tho
measure upon the ballot." ".
TOMAN WILL NOT UMMRE.
IINITPD F1IESS LEASED WIIIH. ,
Seattlo, Wash., Feb. 26. According
to word recoived hore Jimmy Toman,
vflio was supposed to hold an indicator
in tho National lengue this season, will
not umpiro in the Northwestern league
again, but will go into business at Los
For ono week only, beginning Saturday, February 28th, and ending
Saturday, March 7th, we will make our regular
$4.50 Photos for $1.95
See our DlSl'LAY CASES for samples and come up and we will ex
plnin how wo are able to muko you this exceptional offer. Tho origiual
and regular price will be maintnlincd after Saturday, March 7th.
The Parker Studio
WE DEFY SUCCESSFUL
Competition on Staple Groceries. Our goods we know
are bought right, and by comparison only, QUALITY and
PRICE you will know that that are told right.
White Rose Hard Wheat Flour. Will make elegant
bread, cake and biscuits. It has proven so satisfactory
in most every case that we are confident that we have an
Note the price. $1.25 per sack $4.83 per bbl
C. and II. berry sugar, $5.00. D. G. sugar $4.75
Supreme Sugar Cured hams 22 l-2c lb
Best Cream rolled oats 5 lbs. for 25c
Fancy red salmon, excellent quality 2 for 25c
Ripe olives, pint 25c; quart 40c
Japan rice, good grade, 18 lbs for $1.00
Fancy small white beans, 16 lbs. for $1.00
ROTH GROCERY CO.
Phone 1885-1886 410-516 State
The Tango Has
The Dress Modes
, Fashion is quick to catch the
nowest craze and translate it in
to terms of material, "or form, or
Just now all the world is talk
ing Tango and half the feet ia
the universe are keeping step to
the newest jingles.
So fashion is appropriating
the popular Tango which makes
The tendency is apparent in
the new shoes, the new dresses,
the new ribbons, down the whole
roll call of attire. Artists are
interpreting the spirit of the
dance in different wayi.
The most authentic news of
these unusually interesting
changes is to be found in the
advertising columns of Eve
daily newspapers like Tie Car
ital Journal. . '
Advertising that tells about
things of such human interest as
these is no dry reading. . It is aa
interesting as it is instinctive;
and profitable. ,
Up-to-date people are those
who keep posted on the news the
advertising has to tell. :'-
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Ye handle Ul the different
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ing the following: Soluble Sul
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You will always fid our line
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the market and find our prices
the lowest, quality considered.
Grafting Wax and Rosin in
stock, also Beeswax.
D. A. White
FEEDMEN AND 8EEDMEN
251-261 State St. Phone M. IM
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