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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1915.
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THE second attraction of the Ly
ceum course concerts will take
place in the armory on Friday
evening when the local management
will present the Oxford company,
vi iieh is composed , of artists of rare
Appearing on the programme are
Mrs. Stella Sebastian Ogdcn, soprano,
yiho was formerly with the Bostonian
Opera company. At present Mrs. Oy
4ea is a soloist in the Sheridan Park
Methodist church in Chicago.
Mrs. Veare Ross Coburn, the con
ttalto, has a deep full rich voice and
im a wonderfully clever crayon artist.
Mrs. Coburn was formerly a member of
the Schubert concert company.
Tie tenor of this company, Claude
OpJen, was the firet tenor of the Chi
cago Oriental quartette, and is equally
c home in oratorio opora, concerted
music or ballad.
Harry Leiter, who possesses an ex
cllent voice is a soloist in the Pil
grim's Congregational church, of Chi
cago and is considered one of the best
bassos in the west. Mr. Leiter is also
m, comedian of rare ability.
Harrison Bureh, the accompanist, for
ihis groupe of artists, is unusually tal
ented and ranks among the foremost
A special feature of the programme
will be the "Mikado" en costume
which has been arranged by Mr. Og
den. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Clay were hosts
for a charming stag dinner on Wednes
The benrd, which was arranged for
sine,, was beautifully centered with a
fold art basket filled with lovely rich
bronze chrysanthemums and greenery.
One of the gayest informal dancing
parties of tho month was that given
ly the Klks in thoir attractive club
rooms Tuesday evening.
About sixty couples glided through
the evening to the splendid and well
chosen music of tho Klks orchestra.
The next party is being anticipated
with keen delight.
An attractive ono o'clock luncheon
today was thut presided over by Mrs.
Josoph Baumgartner. Circling the table
were the members of ber Kensington
Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Smith, of Port
land, spent several days last week with
Dr. and Mrs. J. N. 8m itb.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Park, of 1495
South Liberty street, are being con
gratulated upon the advent of a daugh
ter, born December the second.
A prettily appointed luncheon of
Wednesday was that given by Mrs. R.j
P. Wallace, honoring Mrs. Smyth, of
Portland. Seated around the' table
which was centered with a beautiful
fern, were: Mrs. Smyth, Mrs. A. O.
Condit, Mrs. John Dubuis, Mrs. Ed
ward Smyth and the hostess. After
luncheon the guests spent a delightful
afternoon with their needlework,
The Monday Night Dancing club
will give a dance in the Moose hall on
Saturday evening at eight thirty
Mr. and Mrs. Knight Fenrcy are re
ceiving congratulations upon the birtn
of a daughter, born on November thir
A delightful dinner of Inst Thursday
was that presided over by MrB. Paul
Circling the artistically decorated
table were: Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hous
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Lillmrn Boggs, .Miss
Ruth Boggs and Eugene Houston,
The ladies of the Robekuh lodge held
their regular meeting in their club
rooms Monday evening. During tho
ovening tho following officers were
elected for the coming year. Mrs. La
Moino Clark, noblo grand; Mrs. Ger
trude Cuiiiinings, vice-grand. .Mrs. K.
W, Simernl was re-elected secretary;
and Mrs. II. I'nttersnn, treasurer.
Mrs. J. N. Pearcy, of Portland, ar
rived Wednesday to visit nt the homo
of her son, K. C, Pearcy, and her sisi
ter, Mrs. Frank Davey, for several
If you have a bad cough or chest cold
which refuses to yield to ordinary reme
dies, get from any druggist 2V4 ounces
of Pinex (50 cents worth I, pour into a
pint bottle and till tlie bottle with plain
granulated sugar syrup. Start taking
a tcaspoonful every hour or two. In 24
hours your cough will be conquered or
very nearly so. Even Vhooping cough is
greatly relieved in tliia Way.
The alve mixture makes a full pint
a family supply of the finest cough
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of only 64 cents. Kaaily prepared in 5
minutes. Full directions with Pinex.
This Pinex and Sugar Syrup prepa
ration takes right hold of a cough and
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ens the dry, hoarse or tight cough in a
W that is really remarkable. Also
quickly heals the inflamed membranes
which accompany a painful cough, and
stops the formation of phlegm in the
throat and bronchial tubes, thus ending
the persistent loose cough. Excellent for
bronchitis, spasmodic croup and winter
coughs. Keeps perfectly and tastes good
children like it.
Pinex is a special and highly concen
trated compound of genuine Norway pine
extract, rich in guaiacol, which is so
healing to the membranes.
To avoid disappointment, ask your
druggist for "2A ounces of Pinex," do
not accept anything else. A guarantee
of absolute satisfaction, or money prompt
ly refunded goes with this preparation.
The Pinex Co.. Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Mrs. E. A. Miller entertained a group
of iricnds yesterday at a dolig.itful
sewing. Her guests included: Mrs.
Daniel J. Frv. Mrs. H. L. Clark, Mrs
Tames Swnbodo, of Chemawa, Mrs. Ar
thur Gibbard. Mrs. Brewer, of Chem
awa, Mrs. ('.. C. Graham, Mrs. Roma C.
Hunter, Mrs. Charles Elgin, Mrs. James
Elvin, und Mrs. Kirk. Mrs. Miller was
assisted in the serving by her mothor,
An attractive feature of the bazaar
held in tho Leslie Methodist church
on Wednesday evening was the delight
ful progarmmo which was arranged by
tne Ladies Aid society of the churc.i
The programme included readings by
mtb. .1. Montcalm Brown, and Davrl
and Rawson Cbnpin, vocal solos by
Mrs. Lois Powers and several selections
on tho Victroln.
The booths erected for the various
, If you want to see a busy place, come to Barnes'. It does not require a full
or double page to herald an event of this kind at this store. Only a modest little
advertisement and the people respond most generously, i CONFIDENCE -that's
the word- They bow that they will find everything in the entire store (with the
single exception of Rubber Footwear) reduced at least
Here are a lot of
An Immense Lot of Broken Lines
Women's Shoes in Kid, Patent and Gun Metal;
all good shapes
1.90 Bhoes for $1.60
2.75 Shoes for J..!"""""!.""Z!2l20
$3.36 Shoes for $2 00
J.T9 Cushion Soles !..!"""Z"Z!!I!"! 9s!oo
4.00 Bhoes for
Broken lines in Kid, Box Calf aud heavy Chrome
leathers. $1.25 to 2.00 shoos now ....91.00 to 91.00
flood styles of good Gun Motul, button or lace,
2.T5 Shoes, now $2.20
93.50 Shoes, now !!!!"..92.80
4.00 Hhoes, now !."""!!"!!"$320
4.35 Hhoes, now :J""!"!3.16
4.73 Hhoes, now !.!..Z."!"!!!3!80
HEAVY WOEK SHOES
l.fiO Bhoes for ... 1120
2.20 Hhoes for "Z.ZIZ.JU8
3.00 Hhoes for ZZZ9&40
3.50 Bhoes for $2J0
4.15 Shoes for !.."Z!"!!!.93!i0
Broken lines of Boys' High Top Shoes Reduced
20 per cent,
Leather Coats $5
Entire lino of Men's Mack Leather Coats, cor
duroy on reverse side, may be worn with either
sido out. The regular price, 90.00, was extremely
low; now .. lo.oo
Oordnroy OoaU, Blanket Lined
Hoy 'a 91. po Coats now tl.ifi
Men's 92. H5 Conts now 92.28
Men's 9,'l.M Coats now ..ZZ.Z93!oO
Men's Bath Robes $3
Our entire line of .Men's Bath Robes genuine
, Beacon Light quality priced at 94.25, 94.65 and
93.00; your choice 93.00
Tui-tle Kecks for Men and Boys.
Boys' heavy, red or gray broken lines:
91.00 grndes reduced to $ .73
1.45 grades reduced to 91.00
Men's Heavy Shaker Knit in Grey, Navy and
92.25 grndes reduced to 91.65
2.N,r grades reduced to 92.00
1.35 grades reduced to 93.00
White Sweater Coats for Men and Boy.
Boys 91.00 conts now 9 .75
Men's ilf.'JO coats now 91.50
Meu's 93.50 conts now 92.00
Broken lines' of two-piece Underwear a big lot
of them mid nil sizes up to 50.
Medium weight, cotton ribbed, regular price 50c,
each garment 400
Grey wool und cotton, regular 91.00 seller, each
garment now 80c
Grey wool nnd cotton, regular 91.23 grade, each
gurment now - 91.00
Kxtr.i Inrge sizes of very firm quality cotton rib
bed garments, regular $1.25 grade, now 91.00
$5 Velour Hats $2.00
Our Entire Line of Men's Velour Hats 93.25 to 95
grades, to close out 92.00
Broken Lines in All Departments
Reduced 20 to 50 per cent
All Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats Reduced 20 per cent
$ armed) (fadi fflcre
The public service commission today
issued an order establishing a new
schedule of rates for the telephone
lines in 'VYoodburn. Tho new schedule
is slightly higner than the old one but
the snbscribers approved of the in
crease in rates which is to be met with
improved service on the part . of the
The Favorite Telephone company is
consolidated with the Western Tele
phone company under the order of the
commission which was made upon the
application of the subscribers at the
hearing conducted at Woodburn some
The new schedule of rates became
effective December 1, and is aB fol
lows: Business, one party, $2.50 per mo.
Business, two party, $2.25 jier mo.
Business, four party, $200 per mo.
Residence, one party, $2.00 per mo.
Residence, two party, $1.75 per mo.
Residence, four party, $1.50 per mo.
Extension telephones, $0.50 per mo.
Business, uburban party line, 91.50
Residence, suburban party line, 91-00
A portable or desk ttlephone is 25
cents per month extra.
Farmer party lines (subscriber owns
and maintains equipment and line to
city limits), 90.00 per year.
Kxtenaion bell only (ordinary), 15
cents per mo.
Extension bell only (loud ringing),
25 cents per mo.
Extension telephone (without bell),
35 cents per mo.
All monthly bills payable in advance
before the 10th day of the month.
Farmer line bills (yearly rate) pay
able semi-annually in advance during
the first month of the period.
The utility may discontinue service
to a customer for failure to pay for
such service in the manner provided by
the existing schedules of the utility, or
for other incidental telephone charges
due from the eustomer because of the
installation of such service, covered by
the lawful schedules of the utility, but
not until written notice has been given
to the customer of intention so to do,
as follows: (1) When bills are nor
mally made out monthly, until the ex
piration of at least fifteen (15) cal
endar days after such written notice;
(2) When bills are normally made out
til the expiration of at least tn'irty
(30) calendar days after such written
notice. sueu notice may be incorpor
ated in the bill for service provided it
is prominently displayed m general
form and style previously approved by
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large pearl buttons, adjustible collar, comes in white,
yellow and flesh colors. j
Splendid Values at $198
EXTRA HEAVY SILK CREPE DE CHINE with the latest military collars,
trimmed in soutach loops and bone buttons, comes in yellow, white and flesh
colors, extra good values $2 68 H"
You will not find a more acceptable Xmas Gift for mother, sister, or wife than vS
either of the above numbers at this time of the year. See these before you buy.
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COURT HOUSE NEWS J
The city tax levy of Snlrcn is the
highest in the county according to the
notices of levies which have been sent
in to the office of the county assessor.
Woodburn with 13.3 mills comes next to
Salem which will levy 14 mills next
year. Donald has 10 mills, Mt. Angel
will also raise 10 mills, Staytou five
mills, Aumsville eight mills, and Gor
vais six mills.
A marriage license has been issued
by the county clerk to Jesse M. Martin,
a farmer of Macleay, and Laura Bugh
er, also of Macleay.
articles were in charge of Mrs. J. L.
Ingrey, Mrs. J. V. Carson, Mrs. J.
Kooreman, Mrs. Mason Bishop, Mrs. J.
(J. Wpencer, chairman or tJie Pazaar,
Mxs. Amos Vass, Mrs. Rose Kight-
The Adelanto Mtprnry society, of
Willamette university will give a mn
sical programme in their halls at the
next meeting. The programme to be
ven is as follows:
Roll call, favorite composers.
Piano solo, Lucille Emmons.
Harmony in A flat, Rosamond Gil
bert, Lola Looley.
Vocal solo, Carrie C'ooksey.
Piano duet, Eva Hogue, Oeneviove
The Philodosian society will give a
scran bag program tomorrow atternoon
in their halls.
The programme is to be as unique
as tne title signifies in tant eaco mein
ber will be required to contribute a
part of tne program, and it can be oi
any nature, so a mysterious variety is
in store lor too society.
Tho many Salem friends of George
Sullivan, of Oregon City, will be
grieved to hear of tho death of his
mother, Mrs. Thomas P. Sullivan,
which, occurred this morning.
Benjamin Brick is in Portland on
Miss Lorcne Staley is visiting in
John Moron, a real estate dealer from
Monmouth, is in tho city.
John Grant, of Dallas, former aberiff
of Polk county, is in the city.
Theodore Becker, of Tacoma, is in
tho city, visiting I.. N. Simon.
Robert Paulus went to Portland on
the morning Oregon Electric.
J. D. Bennett, a prominent loganber
ry grower of Lake .Labish, is in Sa
lem. Mr. and Mrs. M, F. Thompson, of
Silverton, aro visitors today at the M
rion county corn show.
C. A. DcLong, of Los Angeles, left
for his home this morning, after a shun
visit with J. O. Trnoger.
Miss Alice I.uptou returned yester
day from a three weeks' visit at the
San Francisco exposition.
Mr. and Mrs. Chanes Spenee, who
have been visiting at tho home of W.
W. Moore, left this morning for their
huno at Arlington, Kansas.
Louis Lupton, publicity and adver
tising manager for tho Meyers store,
is homo from a two weeks' visit at
the San Francisco exposition.
MEN AND WOMEN
Women as well as men are made
miserable by kidney and bladder troub
le. Dr. Kilmer ' Swainp-Koot, the
great kidney remedy, ia highly recom
mended bv thousand.
Swamp Hoot stands the highest for
the reason that so many people say it
has proved to be just the remedy
needed in thousnnds of even the most
At druggists iu 50c, and 91. W) sites.
You may receive a nample size bottle
of Swamp Root by Parcel Post, alfo a
pamphlet telling you about it. Address
Dr. Kilmer Co., llinghamton, N. Y.,
and enclose ten cents, also mention the
Salem Daily Capital Journal.
J. B. Martin, W. E. Lottmnn and A.
M. Lottman have brought suit in the
circuit court against M. O. Davis to
restrain the defendant from using a
Btrip of land across their farm for rond
purposes. They state that they are the
owners and tennnnts of 40 acres of land
in this connty and unless the defendant
is restrained he will make a road across
their property. McNary & McNary are
attorneys for the plaintiffs.
The county judge today appointed
Joseph J. Keber administrator of the
estate of Joseph Trout, deceased. This
estato is valued at 918,000 and consists
of real nnd personal property in Ma
rion county and in Redwood county,
Minnesota. The heirs arc Elizabeth
Trost, tho widow of tho deceased, nnd
Mary Augusta Trost, aged 3 years, and
Joseph Trost, nged 1 months. Henry
Trost, George May and George Lassas
were named as appraisers of the estate.
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ENGLISH PAPERS SUPPRESSED tion ngninst these sheets. Simon Bft-
" itused Northcliffo of bitterly attacking
London, Dec. 1. Suppression of Lord!tao administration aud thus "even ue
Nortncbffe 's newspaper was seen here!. ... ,, , ,. .,
todav as a poaaiblertep in carrying , "'tcnt.onnlly'' of promoting the prc
out the threat of Sir John Simon, home piganda of tho enemy and causing mit
sec.retsry, to resort to court. rc I conception among England's allies.
CHRISTMAS At his home, 23C9 Lee
street, Salem, Ore., December 2, 11)15,
Daniel Christman, aged 84 years.
He is survived by two sons, James C.
and Samuel of Free Water, Ore.; two
daughters, Mrs. Fred Kubler, of Port
land, and Mrs. Percy L. Cupper, of this
eity. The remains aro in the care of
the Terwilliger Cottage Parlors, and
funeral announcement will be given on
arrival of the sons.
ROADRUCK At the homo of his son-in-law,
D. A. Wright, 008 North High
street, Wednesday, Decr.nber 1, Itllfl,
Charles Lewis Roadruck, aUtlic age
Besides his widow, he is survived by
three daughters: Mrs. D. A. Wright, of
Salem, and Mrs. Hayes and Miss Goldie
Roadruck, of Irrigon, Ore. Surviving
him is also a sister, Mrs. C. J. Mun
son, of Moscow, Idaho, and a brother,
H. C. Roadruck, of Clackamas, Wash
The brother ia here to attend the fu
neral. Services will be held at 2 o'clock
Friday afternoon, from the parlors of
Rigdou li Richardson, the Rev. Carl H.
Klliott officiating. Burial will be in
the Odd Fellows' cemetery.
MILLER In the city, Thursday, De
cember 2, 1015, Miss Tearl Miller.
Funeral announcements will be mode!
as soon as relatives arrive frosrt Hunt
ladies, Do You Wish
to Make a Dollar
Something new at the "HOB NOB" SHIRT WAIST FAC-TORY-Yon
can have a beautiful Waist for $1.00.
These Waists are made right here on our new hem
stitching Machint: They are worth double. Seeing is
BRING YOUR OWN GOODS Silk or any kind, we
make your Waist complete for $1.00. AH work
MKYER At his home near rrntum,
Wednesday, December 1, 1015, Gott
lieb Meyer, at the age of 67.
As yet no funeral arrangements have
Show Market Drop
During Last Year
The totnl value of taxable property
of Oregon, including that equalized by
tho county boards of equalization and
that equalized and apportioned by the
state tax commission, is 914, 623, 837.
75 loss than last year according to
figures compiled by the slate tax com
mission and made public Inst night.
The total value of taxable property
this year is 9034,405,032.25, while lust
year it was 9(149, 11K,B70, the figures in
both instances including Oregon and
California land grant assessments.
Tho total value of taxable property
equalized bv the state tax commission
this voar is 9121.fl7K,mi.91, as com
pared with 12t),ll.1,a!l.1.16 last ye.ir, a
decrease of 94,217,001.23.
Marion county s total taxable prop
erty for 1014 was. 943,453,0!3.5ii for
11M3, it is 942,3WV''2.0.
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