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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL,' 8ALEM,' OREGON, FRIDAY, MAECH 20, 1914.
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"Get It at Meyers"
Siop at Salem's Big
A Special Message to You
tellows Who Need a
1 1 We're Dositiwlv cy: .i
i f Men's Clnfhinc n.,:
the space for enlarging the other
sowing aepartments and must
unload this immense stock, of
mgn-grade clothing as quickly as
possible. You fellows who need a
suit, or if you are planning for a
ror spring-spend that
money here now, and make it do
uuoie amy. You can not afford
to pass such offerings as we give
in our men'a sAot:n .
.uuiiuw ana Let Us Show You.
The House of Qnnli'y"
Capital City Brevities
ma nonnr of h inir a Mt.-Ki ,..!
I'lymotHh Hock chickens nomcd for him" 1
a tae kgal documents recorded in Can-1
'' """''k wiU hw. Mi. William
( rotu .he lrlt hero ten .lay, for
Canada with n valuable, collection nf
Khude Mmui Red, anil Whit,, l i '
fowl, was obliged tu give the i.odigr
n, value of each at the Canadian ho,--der
or hnxo tli.-m entered as " inon-iin-h",(,u
whi.k a duty of :!0 per rent
i ourlci A ..he ha,l among the num.
t.er a. aultaiy Plymouth grandson of
Cuuradf Krcbs l,no rooster, she con
fermd iijon him the tillo of "Krehs"
tmiu( which was officially recorded.
To accomodate the numi. .ft......
tho Salem high aelioul the g:30 a. ,
OreKn Kloctrio car now mak... '
tl at tho school. About 30 young
I--,-- ..u, ,no suburban districts ,-t-
1 '1,0,,1 ' "lfin, one of then,, Miss
Lorn Masscy, of Itroadacros, coming -I
her .lays journey belli,? nearlv r.tf
Dr. May, nerve specialist, Masonic bid
Finn Hinting; Fullor Printing Coa
f. J'hotii? Main 2170
Tjrnra who have kept a ricord of
Wrw-r winters my tlint tho present oue
i the mildest fur ten years, and eo
ie n-t f-sOin at li'BHt one mouth
Bin-ad nf average years, Peaches, plum
and prime ore coming out and straw
Swjy be, are In full blossom, while a
fV-w for) handed people have garden
jva wWI out of tho ground.
Mrs. H. Nawmsyor returned fr.i v. ..
Ke yeaterday whero aho attended the
tnt Christian Kndeavur convention.
"I'eolal ear una nearly filled with dele
Itatea fnuu poiuta between Portland
and KuKene, Bd folh.win,, tho biUMnei,
KesHion, tho viaitora wore ahown ove,
Iho city in aulonioliilefl.
DOaon'i attracUT now barbae
fcop ( II1i,4 building, Stata atroot.
Dr. T. L. Utter, donUat, Maaonic bldg.
Brinj us your Kwink funis bofor 6
p. m. and Het them the next mornii,.
i'-uu. mo net arternooi,. Trover
WfiH Htudio, opposite niinh theatre,
Tomorrow moraine is SutiirHAv
inu, and Uiero are about 300 bova who
will b getting now suit, during the
Aiy. lie sura to aei our large abut
ment, Salem Woolen Mill, Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Foy V. Omart. who r-
iide four miles south of Salem ou thy
Liberty road, are the proud parents of
a nine-pound baby boy. The little via
itor arrived last Wednesday. Mrs
Olimart was treated at the Salem hon
pital. Both mother and child are re
ported to be doing nicely.
Garden clubs are being organized
ayani thin canon in all rural schools
the lat organized being at the Perkins
school, and another will probably be
formed Saturday evening at Clear Lake
when Prof. Hyslop, of the department
of agronomy at O. A. C. will address
tne students and farmers.
First church of Christ, Scientist, Sa
lem, Oregon, cordially invites the pub
lie to a free lecture on Christian Sci
ence by Judge Clifford P. Smith, of
Boston, member of the Board of Lec
tureship of the Mother Church. Tho
llrst Church of Christ, Scientist, Bos
ton, Mass., at the Grand opera house
Sunday afternoon, March 22, at S
State Treasurer Kay and wife and
Judge D'Arcy will attend the "Made-
in-Uregon" banquet at Albany tonight.
Miss Alice Irene Skiff, of Salem, will
be on the program with solos. An in
teresting session is promised.
Torty-five acres of beans are to be
planted on the Frank M. Ford place at
Lake Labiwh, and throughout that sec
tion over 100 acres will be planted, ar-
rangenionts having been made for a spe
cial bean thresher which will facilitat-,-
the M'piiration of tho beans from the
Strike Because They Allege Southwick
and Headrick are Employing
CONTRACTORS STATE STRIKE
WILL NOT DELAY WORK
Assert There Are Plenty of Idle Men
on Hand to Take Places of Those
Who Are Off Job.
The streot cleaning department has
been at work the past few days remov
ing the leaves and litter placed on th
parking in Center streot and is prepar-
"g the ground for grass and flowers.
Four members of the nmntnr'.
union, employed by Southwick & Head
rick, contractors ensaired in remndBlin
the state house, struck and quit work
touay Decause the firm was emnlovino
I . a
TO.ciai non-union carpenters.
According to the contractors th ,,nin
members yesterday voiced protests
against the employment of non-union
men, and when they, reported for work
today, and found them still on the jo'i,
the strike would not delay the work as'
thoy struck. The contractors ter
were are plenty idle men socking em
ployment, and that their servicp. nun
be obtained. The contractors state that
they have been paylne the union
and also observing union hours, and
uiat ne only grevmnce the strikers had
was the employment of non union men.
daughter, Mrs. J. ir nlf
formerly Lillie May Durbi'n, of this
The republican club of Salem will
hold its regular meeting in
tion- department of the Salem comme.-
ual "un this evening t a ... t.
Among the many important matters to
u '""sel is that of taxation in this
'ittl. me State tax enni.ni.l- :m
be on the program and the matter will
be gone into thoroughly. A rnn,l P,
is expected out this evening as the tax
luuun ,9 a burning one at present in
this vicinity. Whatever is decided no
on at the meeting will be used as 'a
Plank in the republican platform for
Marion county hereafter.
Declaring that he "has information
which leads him to beliv ti.. .u.
r,ars Club" 0f Milwaukie, was or-
gamzeu ror unlawful purpose, which
were not revealed when it obtained its
articles of incorporation, Governor West
today requested Attorney-General Craw
ford to commence legal proceedings to
dissolve it. According to the executive's
information the club ha h-.n ,.;in..
the liquor laws.
Dr. Mendelsohn fits eyes correctly. XJ.
S. Bank building.
Boys knlcker suits. Two specials
that we have. First, wo have 17 dif.
forent pattorns with coat, and, if do
sired, two pairs of pants. 8o
have specially mado largo suits for stout
ooys, and the same price as remilnr
suits. Salem Woolen Mills Store.
Boys' clothing, The largest assort
ment of boys' knicker suitB in Oreenn.
outside of Portland, is at the Wonlnn
Mill Store. Over BOO from which to
make a soloction. Salem Woolen Mill
Invest 12'2 cents In a Tashmoo anrl
revel in tho enjoyment that can enmn
only from a high class eitinr riirhth-
Hindu of tho finest tobacco.
Ward for Drugs. Baraain Dricos
Phono 2217. Prompt dolivory, 548 State
Send your collars to the CnDltnl mt
i-niiiidn- nn I note how white nnd how
'n-relully ironed they are when thev
nine buck. Phono Main 1(1.1
Now, if it's suit cases you want. vn
will tnid the very kind you're lnnkin
for lit the old established leather t,,r,
nt Niuier at Is: South Commercial
No matter what your favorite musical
instrument is,, wo cm, supply it or the
"'J'"' Hint goes with it. The Wilev P.
Allen Co., li. V. Peters. M,.,. r,2l iW
Chickou for dinner Sunday? We droits
tiiem to order for you tho nicest nnn.
mat can bo had. Tho Sunset groo
cry. Smith Commercial, at Xo. 121.
Goo C. Will, the dealer in musical in.
iimients, made ft business trip through
ne country yesterday on his bicycl ,
suffering a breakdown near Quinahy
Uli "eiiivi'd linn for some time.
Spring house clearing Is much In evl
itence, eleven buildinirs receiving
f paint within a few State street
Au eight and one half pound daughtei
was bom to Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Pun-inn
at their home at 0.15 Tniou street ves
torday, M,u,h U). Thl, ii,,,.. n.
been named Margaret Kllis.
Suit to quiet title to lands In Marlon
county was commenced in the cir..,,i
court .vesterdny by P. . J,.,,),!,,, ,,i
against Bell McCoruiick et al.
Bomember our Eaater showiiur of n.f.
terns in high class millinery Saturday.
Mile. M. lluffe, the French Shop.
Business grows Mosher moves. April
1st to Patten block,
week at St. Joseph's Catholic church.
Father i Moore being assisted bv rhn
missionary fathers, Iiev. Father Kane,
o. 1., of Seattle, and Rev. Father
Calron, C. SS. I., of Portland. The clos
ing service will be Sunday evening.
Spring cleaning always means elim
ination. We are eliminatim nit
ends of moulding by making them into
frames, and filing these frames with
t suitable prints then closing out the
completed picture at 50c, irrespective o
sizo, subject or frame. The Frame
Shop, 279 North Commercial.
The young women who sold St Pat
rick tags last Tuesday succeeded in col
lecting $70 which will go to the
orphans' home at Oswego. The Salem
eitizons contributed handsomely for the
cause and mjiny little tags were seen
nuttenng from the coat lapels.
The police blotter at the station was
us dean as a whistle this morning when
"dgo Elgin called the court to order.
Tho night officers were tinnb,. M mnl
note of even a suspect aiid consequent
ly court adjourned within a very short
Farm work at the Oregon Training
'i in full swine now. Tn w
at the institution are anxious to get out
and delve in the rich soil and that
Superintendent Hale will have some
crop goes without saying. The Oregon
Training school has always mado a fine
record with its farm produce and the
land owned by the school is en,,.i,i0,.i
to be some of the best in the country.
Special services have been held all L C0Unty TOad betwen Salem and
eek at St. Joseph's Cathni; ..,,.. r"UBrton 18 n splendid condition, ae.
'., to ... u. Hartmau, who motored
uur irom tne latter town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. BUlingsley, of the P.
& K, are Portland visitors for a few
days this week.
at the Frame Shop-
A revelation In Easter hats at tha
French Shop. See them tomorrow.
Charming display of the new Easter
styles m hats at the French Shop to
morrow by Mile. Buffe.
Be sure to visit the French shnn
Buy Them Now
Ward's thin skinned sweet juicy oranges are at their very best nowi
The quality is simplv immense, 20 and 35c per dozen. L
Excellent bananas, fine ripe, yellow fruit, 20 and 25e per dozen.
Fresh vegetables. California asparagus,' Telephone peas, home
grown rhubarb, onions, lettuce and cabbage.
You Save 20 Per Cent
White Eose Flour is the flour for the economical house wife. The
quality is equal to any other flour. A high grade patent blue stem
hard wheat flour, $1.25 per sack, $4.85 per barrel.
Fresh Roasted Coffee
.? house in Salem is better equipped to supply its patrons with fresh
roasted coffee. Think of the patronage we haw and that will
give you an idea how often we turn over our stock. We have have
an excellent cupping coffee for 30c. Ask for Floral. Folger's Am
ber coffee has the quality of the ordinary 40 and 45c coffees. It sells
at 35c, three pounds for $1.00.
Imperial Coffee, the most popular coffee in the city. No matter
what you pay, you won't find the rare combination of blends that
goes to make the Imperial. Popular price, 40c per pound.
Golden Gate Steel Cut Coffee. The highest grade coffee on the
American market. Sold in tins only. 45c, two pounds for 85c.
I RothGfocegy Co.
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The Al O, Baroos circus will show in
this city April 14 tin, n.i
W. K. Peck, being here yesterday mak
ing arrangements. The circus has been
ngnged by the Portland Shriiiprs nn. I
will give several performances ou tin
vaughn street ball ,nrk.
School specialists who wiirconirroirnB
in Portland today will hear an address
m State Superintendent of Pnl.l!,.
Instruction Churchill. Nmmr:f.i
iiiircmii and his assistant K. W. CnH...
ton left tor Portland lust evening.
SALEM'S MODEL PHOTOPLAY
Today and Saturday
"A Drama In fleyville"
A spcial comedy in two reels. Booked
as one of the funniest oomedies ever
Two Strong Dramas Will Be
Richard De Revere
Talented Tenor In New Song
Mary Jane Pumps, Suedes, Velvets,
Patents, Etc., in the Latest Spring
Shapes for Women. Call & Inspect.
The Leader Shoe Store
263 N. Commercial St. A. C. Devoe, Proprietor
A motion to strike out certain allnua.
tions contained in the complaint in the
-use ot r.d Ogle et ill aeninst ir.dl..,, r
Hurst, was filed in the circuit court
esterduy by the di-l'emliuit.
The county court yesterday ifw.frf
Walter S. Low to net. n ,.,,., i...
.... .... .uij fii-uu-ri
of weights and measures. Mr. Low i.n I iVlTmT
-"" i"'"K"uut me county and
win make a good sealer.
While out looking at Easter Miuin.
ory call ami seo tho beautiful display
i spring nnts at Mrs, L. Q, Curtis'
iNortli High street.
Mrs. Estella Hulet. missionary from
Cincinnati. Ohio Will ai.nt. - . . 1. .
ominous Mission tonight at 8 n'eU.l.
u nod music; everybody welcome.
The mid-week mooting of t.h rr.
M. K. church was addresse.l last
by Rev. W. If. Sclleck former nn.t
the local church and now in charge of
mo .M. r church in The Dalles.
Sol Durbin, one of Salem's most re
Kpected pioneers, returne.l Thursday
evening from Riverside, California,
whero he has been since early in De
cember, lie was accompanied bv his
laughter, Mrs. C. M. Walker, who rt.
turned three weeks ago. While In Cal
ifornia ho visited at the home of his.
The Inside of the
White Slave Traffic
I BLIGH THEATRE
THE HOUSE OF COMFORT
Coming Sunday and Monday, "t..
and Steel," a Vitagrauh feature with
Maurice Costello as lead.
"Yesser, I received these trophies di
rect from Teddy Roosevelt," said T. 3.
Blight this morning when a Journal
representative mentioned the fact that
the Elk hend ami the Moose head insr.
lately placed in the Blight hotel were
very tine. Mr. Bligh declared th.it tn
heads were presented to him bv the ev-
president and that he valued them high-
l.v. Just where Mr. Bligh thought j
Roosevelt shot the animals which bore j
the heads was not mentioned but it is '
suto to say that while the genial hotel'
manager stales they are from the South !
African tribe it can easily be nresmne.l I
that they originally came from Main-, j
.Montana or Alberta. !
I On the grounds of cruel and inhuman
jtreatme.it, Uvo May Porter this morn
i ing filed a complaint tor a divorce frou
j W. it. Porter in tho circuit court. The
; plaintiff avers that her husband, a shoit
time ago, attempted to cut her throat
with a razor and was addicted to the
excesisve use of intoxicating liquors
There are no property rights involved
and no children at tho issue of the mar
riage alluges the complaint.
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
BURGHARDT & MEREDITH
Resident Agents. 385 State Streot.
"LOOK FOR THE FLYING EAGLE"
t a aim uio uont yiyvurffl
An AH-Star Program
In the beautiful two piec story
"The Touch of a Child"
As the star of a sparkling eoaiedv
IN TWO REELS
THE ANIMATED WEEKLY
The first news in pictures to reach
I . cscaaaaaaaaaaasi
JAPANESE LAUNDRY AND DRY
No machinery to tear and wear
out delicate fabrics Work called for
and delivered promptly.
445 Ferry Street. ' Phone Main 652
WE W TODAY.
X)R SALE Or trade, good motorcycle,
J.iu l ourt street. Phone 393.
The Capital Journal's new press ar
rived in Salem Inst night and today is
being transferred from a car to the ne
building on South Commercial street,
where it will bo Installed by a mo a'
from tho Goss plant. It will be in
running shapo by the last of next week
o-nd by a week from Monday, it is prob
able, the regular edition of The Capital
Journal will be printed on it.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security,
THOS K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
DIRT FOR SALE Must be hauled off
right away. Apply to Andy Ander
son at the new Capital Journal build
FOR 8ALE choice five acres of sandy
ioam, o-room bouse, barn, well, good
fence, la acres loganberries, 1 acre
of strawberries, choice garden land,
convenient to school. Price $1700
cash $1100. Square Peal Realty Co'
PRKSS CLI IVS xKVV
NATIONAL INSTITUTION THROW3
UI'EN DOORS AND WILSON WILL
BE GUEST TONIGHT.
Will present on Tuesday, March 4,
for three days
Soldiers of Fortune
I In six mis, with Dustin Famhain.
ruyed at th price of 10 cenU
MONEY TO U)AX-0 renl property".
Call at 302 Salem Hank & Trust
FOR SALE-Plaster,-d house, plumbing
complete, barn, fruit, on car line.
FVR SALE Ancona retp. f,, , or
ting, f2.-0 for :.D. tv South Four-teenth.
FOR SALE ft ran uew moving picture
machine. 200 feet new H-foot striped
sidewall, and a baby upright piano.
H. K Waring, 1S4 South Commercial
50 acres bearing prunes, all .ni.,.i
nd in fine shape. A decided bargain.
Ideal dairy farm of 80 acres. ,
creamery, 60 acres in cultivation, 20
acres in pasture, best of clover
good 6-room house and barn, all kinds
of fruits and berries, spring water
piped to house and barn. Extra good
5-roora modern house, new, snap. 1J00
down, $15 per month on balance.
100 acres river bottom, $50 per .
10 acres choice cherries, beginning to
C O. Rice &
W. S. Low
With L S. Barnes & Co
13-31 Masonic Temple.
If yon have bargains to off n-
wit ua. "