Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, May 07, 1914, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON THURSDAY, MAY 7T 1314.
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Coupon Offer for Saturday and Mon
day to all men who are in need of a suit
We are positively retiring from the men's clothing
business. Every suit and overcoat must be sold, as
we must rearrange the interior of our store. We've
planned this event to move a great many suits. We
positively haven't con
sidered profits, as the
coupons will show. We
will accept only one
coupon on each suit,
and this offer is for on
ly two daysSaturday
and Monday, May 9th
and 11th. If you need
a suit now or if you
can use an extra one,
here is your chance to
save a great amount
on your purchase. Your
choice of Hart Schaff
ner & Marx, Ederhei
mer Stein and Cloth
craft Clothes. All good
makes. Cut out the
coupon now.
PROHIS NOMINATE
FULL STATE TICKET
BOAD BOOSTERS MEET HJrWFV TA
WITH STBONQ OPPOSITION! I lJ ML I IV. LVrll
On Good Seal Estate Securlt,
THOSE. rOBO
Over Lald k Bush Bank, Salem, Ore go
. Strongly organized opposition to tho I
annil rnmli hnmli wn tim nfe th titar.
incr held at the Fairfield school house i
, , , ilast night by Seymour Jones and Rev. "wriOWiru t!1S.'iniI
W. 8. U'Ben for Governor, W. H. Trio-i h K. Marshall W II Kuan and Mr I JNOKWILH UMUfl
die and John H. Lewla Salem Men, DuPto were "the ' i.ri'mipal speaker FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
for Attorney General and Start agaif the bonding measure. They! BTJBGHABDT fe MEREDITH
Engineer. , j argued, not against goou roads, but for i Besldent Agents. . 385 St Street.
r. Z f a ,n i tlle!'l,1.v constructed macadam roadN ;
lortland, May 7. W. 8. L Ren, aI-Thre was hot argument presented on,
ready rui independent candidate for , both sides of the Question. It was 11
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$10.00 COUPON
This coupon will be ac
cepted ay cash on the
purchase . of any $25.00
Suit, May 9th and 11th.
COUPON $10.00
$7.50 COUPON
This coupon will be ac
cepted as cash on the
purchase of any $20.00
Suit, May 9th and 11th.
COUPON $7.50
$6.00 COUPON
This coupon will be ac
cepted as cash on the
purchase of any $18.00
Suit, May 9th and 11th.
COUPON $6.00
$5.00 COUPON
This coupon will ' be ac
cepted as cash on the
purchase of any $15.00
Suit, May Sth and 11th.
COUPON $5.00
$3.00 COUPON
This coupon will be ac
cepted as cash on the
purchase . of any ,$10.00
Suit, May Sth and J 1th.
COUPON $3.00
governor, today has the endorsement
of the state convention of the Prohibi
i tion party which adjourned here last
night after a two days' session.
The full state ticket nominated by
the Prohibitionists is as follows:
Governor W. 8. U'Ren (Independ
ent), Oregon City.
United States Senator H. 8. Stone,
of Medford.
State Treasurer R. Loe Paget, The
DaAles; Judge William M. Ramsey
(Democrat), MeMinnville.
Congress First district W. II.
Meredith (Democrat),' Curry . county:
Second district, Georgo L. CleaverJ
Union county; Third district, Arthur
I. Moulton (Progressive), "F'ortland.
. Labor Commissioner Mrs. .Lucia
Faxon Additon, Portland.
, Railroad Commissioner Frank ' J.
Miller (Republican), Linn county.
Attorney General W. ' JI. Trindlc,
Salem. . . ,
State Superintendent of Public. In
struction Curtis P. Coe, MeMinnville.
State Engineer John H. Lewis (Re
publican), Salem. -
o'clock before the meeting closed.
WEYERHAEUSER WILL TILED.
HOUSEHOLD HELPERS,
WHO THINK, ARE
Sift Paul Minn Moo T TV. ,;!!
of the late Frederick Weyerhaeuser wasi foWld by wise hoUSewiveS
niea ior prooate nere today. It esti-i TI Y ANsWF.KTNfJ AlPS
mated his personal holdings at "o,00, , AWKIWU AUt5
but made no mention of his timber 1 AMONG THE WANTS
properties. The will was written inj
191 1 and loft all his property to his .
wife. As Mrs. Weyerhaeuser died after !
the will was written, the property will J I ' ' '
be divided equally aoug the children.: . , ....... . .
There is no certainty that' young
Astor ana nis bmle will be any hap
pier than poor young couples married
the same day.
FITFORM
Nettleton
Shoes
forParticuIar
Men
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
OPODiQOODS
property qualifications from the right
to vote at school-bonding elections, und
alf others.' It also would have a cer
tificate of registration issued to ench
qualified voter permitting him or her
to vote anywhere in the state for utato
officers, anywhere in tho district for
district officers and anywhere in the
county for eounty officers.
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! Piano tuning, first-class work. Phone
14C5, leave orders with G-. C. Will or
, H. F. retcrs. J. E. Hockett.
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' An initiative petiticn which is being
circulated now would do away with
capital punishment Already there
aro petitions .enough to require a book
of 192 pRges, and with two months
Rd a half more in which they can bo
filed the size of th" volume ciinnot be
determined. This pamphlet will take
(HI tons of paper to print at its pres
ent size, and from the way tho peti
; tionr. arc still being circulated it may
: bo 300 pages. The contract for this
1 work will probably be signed today or
f tomorrow.
Good Buys in
Real Estate
0 AD
nun
JliM V MJ lLi
Ft ! 22 t acres of good land, good new
i ' six room plastered house, barn, chicken-
J ' hoiiHe and other out buildings; 13
acres cleared and mostly in fruit,
balance timber aud pasture. Good
macadam mail, '!'(; miles from Suleiu.
This is a good buy. Price $ v"iliO.
LAST DAY
To see the First
stalment of
In-
JO acres of good laml, good houso
; and fine new barn; family orchard, 2
j acres bearing prunes, 5 acres set out
i two years ago. Running water, somo
timber. Located on niriin macadam
' road and just 1 'miles from city stiett
I car line. Price 40,000; terms.
Dr. Asseln, Lnhntirtz, Steoves Bldg.
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Vou should worry if you did tear a
hole in that new sqit. Spnulding, the
tailor, will repnir it past detection; 495
Court street.
Bpocial meeting of Salem
I.odgo No. 4, A. F. & A. M.,
this evening. Work In the E.
A. degree. Visiting brethren
welcome.
Special introductory sale on all mil
llucry next week at tho Hon Ton. Hew
location opposite Lndd & Hush bank.
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Try Scott's 15c moals.
The re-appraisement of the Bush
estate shows nu Increased valuation of
$13,1100. It was claimed the increas
would bo nt least a quarter of a mil
lion, but the appraisers did not so find.
This ends the matter, unless the offi
cials conclude to tuko it into the courts,
and this is not probable.
A fine place to eat at Mrs. Bent's,
301 North Commercial,
IF you appreciate good harboring, try
llibler & Smith's, 33V Stnto street.
Kodak films loft before 8 p. m. fin
ished next morning. Open evenings.
Trover-Weigel Studio, opposite llligh's.
B. P. Combs, aged about 60 years,
died at a local hospital this morning.
The remains were taken to the under-! Journal,
taking parlors of Lehman & dough,
where they nio being prepared for I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Clough, who ro
buriul. The funeral announcements ' side on North Hrwdway street, are
will -appear Inter, j being visited this week by their daugh-
Eostein & Greeubaum, the local dry
goods merchants, have purchased the
bankrupt stock of the Sunset Grocery
Co. us a speculation and intend to
close it out immediately. Watch for. damaged his prune trees to a small
i their big advertisement in Friday's extent, his. crop will , be reasonably
. Regarding Diamonds at
Hinges' Big Auction Sale
SURE! WE ARE SELLING THE DIAMONDS AT AUCTION.
Thay are boing sold at every sale and are going at prices far below tho
wnoloaaie cost. They are the original Hinges' Diamonds and are of th
highest quality. There are still many let which must so set la Rings,
Broochos, etc, and wo ask you to attend these salos and be convinced that
the stock is being slaughtered and the chance of a lifetime to secure first
class diamonds at ridiculously low pr ices,
2 BIG AUCTION SALES DAILY 2 AND 7 P. M.
MR. HINGES IS POSITIVELY QUITTING BUSINESS.
50 CHAIRS RESERVED FOR LADIES.
CH AS. H. HINGES
Salem's Leading Jeweler
123 NorthlCommercial By J. A. Sinclair, Auctioneer
C. E. Hammond, machinist. Elcctri-
! cal appliances repaired aiid automobile
i work done. Phono Main 2100. 200 N.
High St.
j Luther J. Chapin, Marion county ag
riculturist, has issued a call to farmers
about tho county who are interested
! potato growing to meet at tho com
mercial club in this city, Saturday, nt
2 o'clock, for the formation of a
, "Bui-bank club." It is tho uim' of
I tho promoters of this club to secure a
i pure Btra'in of .potato to be developed
t in this county in order to replace the
prestigo lost with tie California seed
potato buyers, who have discontinued
taking Oregon potatoes on account of
disease.
Additional registration lists were re
ceived at the secretary of state's office
this morning. There were about 4,000
names in all, aud they came from
Klamath, Tillamook and Josephine
counties, which aro thought to bo com
plete; and from Clackamas, Marion
anl Linn, which aro only part of the
wind up. Tho office will keen sending
out the pamphlets as fast as mimes arc
received, and until such tini.j that it
would be too lato for them to reach
tho voters.
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A. M. Grilley, of tho'Portland Y. M.
C. A., wrote to Oscar Gingrich, phy
sical director of tho Snlem association,
roquestion on behalf of tho Harrier '3
club, that the date of the annual Port-land-Salcm
relay bo changed from
May oO to a later date on account of
the fact that the Portland men would
not be able to get out on that date.
Thysical director Gingrich was of the
opinion that the Salem association
would concede the point and that the
date of the race woeld bo either June
(t or 13, depending upon tho status of
the weather.
"Ding bust the dod-gasted trout,
anyway," said A. R. Wilson, the man
ager of the Postal Telegraph station in
Salem, this morning when asked what
luck he and George Johnson had yes
terday when they went up to Silver
Creek falls oil a little expedition. Mr.
Wilson declares the water is toq cold
aud the trout have all they want to
eat without going to tho trouble to
.1.. -jm .1. t ,
i !,: - 1, . ,, ... , Milium me uan 011 me nooK. However.
-imywuy, nam .nr. 1 M, w:igon .,, ,,, ., .. '
Aic.Milty, "if mv prune crop fai Is my ..,:(..,;.. t- .1. 1
hoc cron is ee-tnin in vinld " '.satisfaction of getting wet, anyway,
nog crop is ce.tam to jiold. , nd bron(,ht 10me a (,0ZCll frout
Wo guarantee safe return of watches j:ifra"ht l,,,ri"8 tlle wh' -?'
for repair sent us by mail. "-'!tyj'
counts in joweiery. Uarr's. .;
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Attorney Grant Corby and Frank;
Mounee, in the lat.r's auto, made j
flying trip to Stayton this morning on '
business. Mr. Jlourco is tho well
knowu railroad man. ' i
ter, Mrs. Bortha P.ishop, and little
grandson, Arthur M. Kishop, of Port
land. Tho grandson recovered roeently
from a bad fall wh'.ch ho had at tho
llishop-home in the Rose City, and,
whilo for a time it was thought the
LUCILLE
LOVE,
The Girl of Mystery -
' Acre tracts just outside of the city
j limits, good location, all in orchard.
1 Will sell 011 easy terms, if you are Inok
'. ing for an acre tract, inves tigate this.
1")2 acres of land, 80 acres under
eultiwition, balance timber and pasture,
mulling water through pasture, good
spring, fair house and barn, and family
orchard. Price Sli.j.OO per acre.
!i acres all under cultivation, small
house, il'j in i Ig from Salem. Price
$10;i!; $300 cash, balanco t 10 per month
r.t (5 per cent interest.'
Coming tomorrow, a
beautiful 2-Reel Vita
graph drama, entitlad
"THE PORTRAIT" I
40 acres of land, 20 acres under cul
tivation, 10 of which wns plantcj. to
Italian prunes last year, balance tim
ber end pasture, small houso and good
bam; fine spring, running water,
l'rico if3,".j0.
10c
10c
NEW TODAY.
." a .'res of good land nil under culti
vation, 3'j miles from Salem on Rood
road. Price $1,000; .-37-'5 cash, balanco
years at I) per cent interest.
If Sou are looking to trade, buy or
! fell, see us.
FOR SALE-123.
-Good work mare. Phone
C1GAB STORr Muvt sell at once,
dress S. V., JounialT
Ad
V. H. Grabenhorst&Co.
Boom 2, Bush Bank Bldg,
FOR HKNT
N. High.
-Housekeeping rooms, 330 1
-Main 4.
FOR KIINT -Well furnished fr.irt
room. Inquire evenings, 3"!) North
Capitol.
FOR SALE Pura bred Pointer pup, 8
weeks old. Inquiro L. M. Lune.
Phone Farmers 301.
HIGHEST Cash price paid for
Marion Creamery & Produce Co.,
Liberty and Ferry streets.
SEWING MACHINES aro going to be
sold at onco; good drop-head ma
chines from $10.00 up; you will miss
a big bargain if you don't como nt
onco ns they must go at once. 040
Stato street.
Bungalow Bargains
Look this up; only a chance in a life
time lo get a modern bungalow that
is well worth $2,000, for $1,400, on
'easy terms; 5 large rooms, bath toilot,
eKK8, 1 stationary wash tubs, electricitv, con
crete foundation, lot 50x100; near
State street. This week only. Cut nut
the rent habit and buy a home with
your rent money dt it now.
0 1 little fellow -would not live, ho is got
Nearly the entire front of the city ting along nicely.
hall is now covered with beautiful , O
green leaves and vines. The old. Tour. expert watchmakers. Best of
creeper which was lnnted in front of j work. No delays. Barr's.
tho city building veins ago hns climbed I 0
moro than half way to the top of the ...-eaucing stocK 10 pounds gross
structure ami is a "pretty siuht at this l'ur8 lorl $l-2" per can. Cash only.
time of the year.
Partington's M-rket, 1823 State street.
Phoiuj 1920.
o
Richard McNulty, one of the pros
perous young farmers in the Kosedalo
district south of tho city, was looking
after business matters here tins' morn
ing. o states that while the cold
weather which prevailed not long ago
Why pay 25c per pound when you
can get breakfast bacon, sugar cured,'
by the side for 18c per pound? Far-1 The Last Day
ington s .Market, 183 state street.;
Cash nly. Phone-1026.
Where You Always See the
BEST PICTURES
YE LIBERTY
of that
picture
REAL
H. L, Gibson, a representative of the
Vuited Fisheries, a fishing firm which
has the rights to tho big halibut bed
about 20 miles out in the sea from
Newport, was in the eitvModay on busi
ness. Mr. Gibson is trying to estab
lish the Xewport fish trade in Salom
aud states that thi:, city is right in
line with many other of tho valley
cities for service which will land fish
on the table right . out of the salt
water.
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Visit Gilson's attractive new barber
hop in Uligh building, State street.
Another Initiative. petition was left
in the secretary of state's office this
morning and will probably be placed
on file today. It is for the purpose
j of amending the constitution removing j
The Lion
and
the Mouse
Worth Coming: Miles to See.
If you haven't seen it, ask
Your neighbor.
Here Tomorrow
Francis X. Bushman
Sidney Drew
and
FOR SALE A comfortable cottage
with four rooms, south 1Mb street.
Price 800, installment puymei ts
$10 per month, $25 down, 'square
Deal Healty Co. Telephone 170.
FARM BARGAINS.
If you are looking for a farm,
whether largo or small, wo can suit
you. Let. us know your wants.
FOR RENT.
We have the largest list of vacant
houses and store buildings for rent.
FOR SALE Medern six-room and two
lots, ench 55x100; 18 fruit trees,
bearing beerries and rosebushes, good! properties,
kiiucu, ucuur.iiiii resilience properly.
Owner leaving city. Household goods
for sale Will sell at sacrifice price.
Main 1507, 256 North Twentieth st.
MONEY TO LOAN.
We write Insurance.
Wo buy, soil and rent or exchange
WANTED Girls 0? women nt the
glovo factory, 1155 Oak street. Only
those wishing steady work need apply.
Bechtel & Bynon
347 State Street
T.-y the Journal want ads, for you
can always stato your case as fully as
This will inform my Republican
frlnmlfl nnd annnni'taf. ttint T nrn n An
didate for Te-nomiuntion to th f... ! v0" wis1' through them.
the justice of the peace for tho Salem j
district at the primary election of May
DANIEL WEBSTER
WEXFORD
Opening Saturday Night
The Antlers
Stock Company
in-
The Senator's
Daughter
A clever company
of ten people, with
Leota Howard, Jane
Grey and Jack Sinclair
PEOPLE'S PRICES, 10c, 20c
Investigate
; 26 'i neres, near Liberty, all culti
vated, $15 per acre. Take good Salem
property.
2 acreo beaming fruit, 7 room house,
one milo out, $2,300; terms.
Largo lot and house, closo in, $6000.
acres bearing fruit, improved,
$10,000. '
10 acres 3-4 mile out, $3000.
Hop, prune and stock ranches, right
prices.
List your bargains and trades with
us.
We are agents for Canadian
Pacific lands, $11 per acre up,
20 years to pay.
Close iu hotel, 30 roomsn $150$), snap.
30 acres fruit, house, bar
7 miles out. $1S.500.
lo acres,- Konodale, 7
buildings, $3,000; terms.
Acme Investment Company
rbouc: Office, Main 477.
Opposite Court House. 540 State St.
Employment Bureau In Connection.
70 acres,
Ciid drvcr,
acres fruit,
4-