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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, JAN. 31. 1916.
We Sell Butterick Patterns and Publications
Advance Showing of
Women's Spring Suits
Coats and Skirts
Just arrived and we have placed several models in one
of our Court street windows. These early models are
simply beautiful showing the newest fabric and color
selections for spring; also the latest features in garment
manufacturing for the spring season.
If you would know what is fashions latest in every
thing to wear visit Meyers Salem's Style Store.
To make shopping easy mid
To please our custimers in ev
Theso aro reasons why we em
ploy courteous and intelligent
people to assist our customers in
making purchases they are not
here merely to sell they are
here to assist. We have no room
for bankrupt stocks or trashy
mercandise. Thirty-six years as
standardized of merchandise for
this vicinity has given us recog
nition as leaders in our field
An article must he worthy or ft
cannot enter this store.
Our prides will be found lower
by a comparison of the values
Salem's largest store is a
House of Quality,
SPLENDID SHOWING OF
NEW SILKS FOR SPRING
Our piece goods section is
displaying beautiful Silks
in the new color effects
for Spring 1916. Two-tone
Taffetas and stripe effects
in Crepe de Chine are
prominent among the new
Millinery Department space on second floor after
Inquire at Office.
SEE THE BIG SHOWING OF
NEW FOOTWEAR FOR
MEN AND WOMEN
(Liberty Street windows)
The very newest of the
new Salem women and
men will be much pleased
to select from such an ex
cellent assortment of mod
els we have collected here.
Prices are unusually moderate.
was 1 l..'i feet while one year ago the
highest in January was t'1.2 feet. The
river today is live feet above low wa
ter mark. There was no snow in Jan
uary of one year ago, unci the I'ainl'al!
was .57 of an inch less than this Jan- j
Or. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glass
es correctly. U. 8. Hank. Bldg.
The , Bible class of Mrs. Parks will
moot Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
in tho lecture room of tho public lib
rary. O. H. P. Cough Sjrrup will stop your
cough. No cure, no pay. For salo it
the Opera Jlouso Pharmacy. tf
Westacott .and Thielsen are now lo-1
ealed in their new store on State street,
in the room formerly occupied by tho
Walker Fish ind I'oultry market.
Dr. Stone's Drug Store. I
A chimney fire at the residence of A.
M. Autrunc nt 1N-I5 South Commercial
street, called out the fire apparatus
.Saturday night at 10:30, but no dam
ago was done. j
Dr. Stone's drug storo. j
In a fast, clean game of basket ball,
tho Chomawa Indians defeated tho
Oregon Agricultural freshmen at
Cheiiiawii Saturday night with a sooro
of i!9 to 19. Proctor of Snlcni was
Ladies with narrow feet. Those new
stylo shoes for early spring wear, in
AA widths ore hero, fee thorn in Ilio
window. Kullerton's Queen Quality
Hiioe Store, 270 X. Conunorciul street.
lit, C, B. Cashatt today is moving
his office from looms 413 and 411 Sa
lem Hunk of Commerce building, to
rooms on tho same floor, numbered lOti
anil 407. 11a will be associated with Dr.
0. V. Ellis..
Electric baths and massage under
your physician's directions. N. N. Inv
us, 18 Hubbard Iildg. I'hone 555. tf
The Spauldlng Logging company will
be closed a few days on account of the
difficulty in getting logs from the
mouth of tho I.uckiamute. At present
the bigs are covered with snow and ice,
making it impossible to raft them.
George B. Doust, manager of the Cap
ital City Creamery for the past year
and a half, leaves today for Seattle,
where ho will engngo in tho lumber
business. Ho was formerly associated
with one of tho lurfgest lumber com
panies on T'uget Hound, with houdiiuar
tor nt Seattle. Ho will bo succeeded by
Mail orders received now for the De
ftogorea concert at"' fife,) ! --i-r us
reeivod. Address Minnctta Wagers..
Salem played In hard luck at the first
inter city junior high school basketball
The ceremonial sessions of the
Knights of the Mystic Shrine of Al Wa
der Temple, of Portland, were attended
Saturday by Dr. (). A. Olson, (ieorge
Diinsford, .ioe Beinanli nud V. W.
Moore. Air. Moore crossed the burning
sands for the first time, mid is now en
titled to wear a KJiriiior'g pin.
A petition was presented at the of-,
Mail orders received now for the De j f ice of the Public. Service commission j
Gogorza concert and filled in order as' today by about 100 residents of Hur
ler, a smau stimuli on me uregon iinorr
Line, usking that the railroad place an
game played at the high school gymnas
ium Saturday evening. In tho game be
tween the Washington junior high
school and tho Albany junior high
school, Albany won on n score of 12 to
10. W. (iill of the Salem senior class
refereed the game.
received. Address Minnetta Miigcrs,
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cross will join
tho liosarians on the titennier Great
Northern April 12 when they take their
trip to the Hawaiian islands. They w ill
first go to Vancouver for a few days'
visit, taking tho steamer at that point.
Instead of returning with the Kosnl'ians
they coutemplato making an extended
visit on tho islands.
Attend Moose dancing party Tues
day evening, February 1st. All Mooso
and their friends invited.
agent in charge of the depot. All goods
shipped from that point at present is
shipped at the owner's risk and the
shippers ask that an agent be placed
there to receive the goons.
No effort has been made in Oregon to
raise funds lor tho improvement of the
Militia Aviation corps to take advant
age of tho offer of Kmmersoii McMillan
of New York, who promised to increase
tho fund 10 per cent of any amount
raised by the states. His offer expired
tndnv. Al ichiimn. Afissonri. New York.
iuo ciac uuniinuuau luwu ui wiuuis, Now j,.r,,oy m Maine raised from $10,
nosed out ahead of the Chemawu toa.n!000 to $25,000 for militia aviation pur
by one point in n lively game whicoi ...)s,
i i ... i...it.. i '
was played .it Dallas Saturday night
and tho finnl score was 23 to 21 in fa
vor of the Dallns team. The Dallas
team recently defeated the University
of California by a decisive score.
Change In Oregon Electric Schedule.
Kffectivo Monday, January 31st, No.
63, WooilbnrnSalem local will arrive
Salem 3.20 p. in. instead of 3:25 p. m.
No. 04 Woodburn local will dep.ut 3:30
The Alfalfa Cheddar tSieese company
changed its name to the Nyssn Cheese
company and filed supplementary arti
cles of incorporation to that effect to
day. The ilnnt is located in Mnlhuer
county. The Pendleton Ice & Cold SI or
aire company was incorporated at $1S.
000 and the Wilcox Investment, com
pany was incorporated at $100,000. The
i.U. tT ,. UU, 11111 II 1U, .11 1.111 lll-l.lll 11. ..U . - , , ,
p. m. instead of 3:10 as at present. I '"!?" l-jrnP 'lb was incorporated at
Feb"! The 1m two companies are
0 " Portland concerns.
Soats for the friends and relatives . " T
of the graduating class will ho reserved 9 ,? O Clock club of the First
Wednesday evening nt the auditorium I '''""Ihodist chinch w ill have the pleasure
of the high school, for the graduating!1'' n,,nn ' address Tuesday evening
exercises, lhe auditorium will accom
modate nhout 1,000, although only about
750 enn be seated. The exercises are
open to the nubile.
Look. Beginning February 1st tho
from Judaic Henry T,. Henson on the
subject of "The Kecr.U and the Judici
ary." The Fast Central Circle of the
church will serve the supper at 0:30
o'clock. These meetings of the Six
u I lock club are lint confined to the
Capital Meat Market will sell for cash 1 of the church. They arc for
Pacific Mail Company
Tried On fraud Charge
San Francisco, Jau. 31. United
States Judge Van Fleet today over-1
ruled the demurrer of the Pacific Mail!
Company to the government's suit!
against it for $322,0lJ5 "drawback" al- j
leged to have been granted through i
fraud. The case is an offshoot of the.
Western Fuel company cases in which
three officials were sentenced to prison
terms for fraud.
When the steamship company im
ported coal it w as weighed and duty
paid on tho whole lot. A portion of j
this was shipped out of the United i
States and the government refunded the j
duty on coal so shipped. This w as j
"drawback." The government charges
that, through dishonest weighing by the '
Western Fuel company it paid over to
the Pacific Mail 322,i9." drawback on
shipments to Mexico. !
Will Begin Tomorrow
To Sound River Bed
Tho engineers of the bridge depart
ment of the state engineer's office will j
begin tomorrow to take soundings of
the river bed nt this city for further
information relativo to the proposed
bridge across the Willamette river nt ,
Salem. Borings will be liken and the
results will he used by the state depart- j
ment in preparing plans for the bridge
which will be submitted to the viewers,!
should this body reject the plans now on
file. L. W. Metzger will have charge
of the work in plac of H. H. Holmes
whose resignation from the department
takes effect February 5.
only, no delivery, no credit, with prices
as follows: l lioiee Pool roast, 10c per
lb.; shoulder steak, 10c per lb.; ribs of
beef, Sc per lb.; loin steak, 12'. jc. per
all men who are interested in live topics
of the day.
Time flies pretty fast and what hap-
Ib.j T bono steak, 13c per lb.; round "''' a week or ten ilavs ago is often
steak, 12'ie, per lb.; pork steak, 11c; i fni'gntten. All of which menus that
pork chops 12!.c; shoulder roasts 11c; j '"Iter mailing day, about ten days ago,
Lincensed Lady Em
balmer Moderate Prices
Latest Methods Are
Found Only At
rhone 72 1. Salem, Ore.
side pork 12 '..jo; s.iusago 10c; handling
er, 10c. All other meats l it proportiou.
In their own home alroady furnished
nud ready for housekeeping, Miss Kliz
abeth Hill and Miles Kdwards were
married Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock
by the ltev. 1!. N. Avison. Duly inti
mate relatives nud friends were present.
Immediately after the wedding, a din
nor was served in the home, on State
street, between Twenty third and Twen
Salem pianist who have obtained "'V'S 1'f days sessions to the two
the service of It. K. Hansen for their! !ir""",rv Kdcs of these schools. This
when too Cherrians and school children
sliowe.l their patriotism on .i cold
raihy day, will be brought once again
to the minds of Salem folks next Sun
day, when the moving pictures taken of
the great event wili be shown ut, Ye
At the Grant and Lincoln junior high
schools, the primary second grade will
attend school only in the mornings,
from 0 until 12 o'clock. In the after
noons, from I until 3:30 o'clock, the
tirst primary grade will attend, thus
es, regarding the blocking of a cross
ing, would be complied with.
"The Fortune Hunters" are now be
ginning to hold their rehearsals in the
opera house, getting in trim for their
great appearance Thursday evening.
E. Cooke Patton has joined the ranks
of gasoline buyers, having recently
buiH'lit. n Studebaker car. Just now he
is studying a book on, ' ow to Keep
in the Middle, of the Kond."
Officers of the Oregon Hop Growers
association stated today that busi
ness was boomin and that sev
todav; No amounts or juices were
given out and none of the names of tiie
purchasers were made public.
F. T. Miles, agent for the Wells-Far-go
express company for the past year
will enter tho employ of the company
at Portland, beginning the first of Feb
ruary. K. T. Wilkins, agent for the
company nt Tillamook, will have
chargo of tho office here.
....One of the most scientific as well as
hard fought games of the season was
played Saturday evening at the ym
nasiuin of Willamette University when
the Washington University basket bnll
team contested with Willamette Uni
versity. Tho teams were evenly bal
anced and it was a close fight from
the start. At the ond of the first half
the score was lo to 8 in favor of Salem,
but fortune and good playing reversed
tho score at the close of the game,
Washington winning on a score of 30
The contract station of the local
postoffice, located at the Crown Drug
store is proving a great convenience
for down town folks and for those who
are out shopping and w.int to buy just
a few stamps. Just at present this sta
tion sells only stamps, postal cards and
stumped envelopes. Later, the office
will sell money orders. The parcel post
business of the city will be attended
to as usual at tin postoffice. Also the
weighing of p.inel post packages, as
litis station is not authorized to handle
the parcel post business any way what
ever. Clifford Dudley Baker, son of an im
plement denier of Koseburg, litis been
attending the I). A. C. during the last
semester, but concluded a life in thci
murines was more attractive. Last Fr'
day he applied for enlistment at the lo
cal recruiting station, in charge of Ser
geant Schuninn. On learning that the
young man was only I!) years old, the
sergeant wrote his father that the con-'
sent of parents were necessary before j
nny one under the age of 21 could enlis' ;
in this branch of the service. The j
father telegraphed relatives in the who;
conferred with the sergeant as they
were rather under the impression that
a young man could enlist in the marines
without parents' consent. As this con
sent was not forthcoming, the young
inn ii did not enlist.
WlONGl'.R At the Willamette hospital!
January 2s, 1010, Mrs. Kdith M.
Wenger, in her 2!sf year. !
She is survived bv her huband, R u-1
dolph Wenger, .vnil two children. Clias.
Hester is iier father. The famil; "lived
on the William Hell ranch, south of Sa
lem. Funeral services were held this morn
ing from tho chapel of Uigdon and
Richardson, ('onducted by the Hev. F.
T. Porter, linrial was in the Odd Fel
KG HI NEK At the Salem hospital,
January- 20, 1010. Fr.ink Kuiinek, of
Stayton, in his liSth year.
Funeral services were held today at
1 o'clock from the chapel of Webb &
lough, conducted by the Row F. T.
Porter. Burial was iu tho Odd Fellows
cemetery. Ho is survived by three
sons, C. J. and A. W. Korinek, of Port
land, and (ieorge Korinek.
Can Clerks Be Forced
to Register by Party
San Francisco, Jan. 31. Whether
county clerks can be compelled fo'reg
isfer voters by party will be determ
ined by tho California supreme co.irt
ns tho result of a hearing begun today.
Arguments were begun in the peti
tion of Eugene M. Don for a writ of
mandamus against Henry Pfister, coun
ty clerk of Santi Clt ra lonuty, to com
pel the hitter to ngistcr Hen by party.
Iu the absi'iiie of Justice Lorigan, on
account of illness, Presiding Justice
Lrrnnn of tin. appellate court sat in
his stead. Xo decision ii' expected for
arreu Olney represented Pfister and
Thomas V. Cator 'ho petitioner.
X -If -1- -1 it
"T -V" -T "f 'f T" M-
PIANOS GOOD ENOUGH
FOR THOSE WITH MON
EY TO BURN, AND
PRICED LOW ENOUGH
FOR THE MOST SAVING.
Seeing Is Believing.
See the Chickering Grand
Piano, the latest in Kimball
Pianos and Player-Pianos,
the Decker & Son, the
Strohber Player-Piano, the
Smith & Barnes and many
others of the best. Every
instrument is guaranteedjby
the manufacturer and by
Eilers Music House.
This is a forced sale.
It is your opportunity to
get a fine piano at cost and
it is a fact that the shrewd
est, most conservative buy
ers in Salem and vicinity are
taking advantage of it.
A little each month like
rent, take two or three years
time if you wish, every ob
stacle has been removed.
Only a few days ought to
suffice to close out every
piano. Store open evenings.
J. C. GALLAGHER
General Agent for Eilers
Music House and the
261 N. Commercial.
ui mlnKi-ninim in i 11
piano tuning and repairing are all glut
ified over the perfect harmony of tone
ind action ho can produce and will
I gladly recommend him to the public.
! Mr. Hansen desired to nciiunint himself
with all piano owners and is giving
those who don't feel able to pay full
price, an opportunity to have t'.ieir pi
anos put into perfect condition at a
much reduced price this mouth. Leave
orders ut Salem Hotel.
In competition with Cotswold of sim
ilar breed, F. A. Koser's Huron Duke
and Duchess 12il were declared the I'd.
champion ram and ewe ut the Panaiua
Pacific exposition. F. A. Koser, of
Hickreall, has returned from the evosi
tioil with his herd of 21 Cotswold sheen,
bringing with him $1.4S t in prizes. His
(lord captured all the first prir.es for
this kind of heop at the exposition.
Fifteen inchos of enow fell in Sulein
during the month of January and fi.l''
Inches of ruin. The nverage depth of
tho river was 5.5 feet above low water
IS lllllv (it.ii.w.p I ',, .
:. ' i"",l. , "mi win ue con
tinued until nceomnuidutioiis are pro
vided, when the hours of the lust semes
ter will be resumed.
Charles R. Vickwill build a $4,000
bungalow oa Hush and South High
streets ns soon us weather conditions
permits the beginning of the work,
which will be in charge of Libert
Thompson. The house will contain eight
rooms and will be of the later design
ot bungalow- architecture. A ,l.,,,l.i..
Kiirage will be built oa the rear of the
Roliof Is at hand for those who have
been inconvenienced by freight cars
mocking the road at Mission And Hines
streets. These crossings have recently
been blocked by freight trains, from
I to .10 minutes, much to the inconven
ience of the school children. When the
matter was brought to the attention of
the railroad officials, assurance was
Hion Hint the mutter would be taken
up at once, .in,l that the city orJinutie-
OARDXKR To Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
(iurdner, nt the Salem hospital, Sat
urday, January -!, l!)lii, a son.
GAS HEATER GOT THEM.
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 31. Head
where they had fallen while struggling
to open u window, the bodies of R.
llachi.o Shimamoto and his wife were
found in their home here today by a
caller. Doth had been asphyxiated by
fumes from n gas heater. In its crib
lay their year old baby, also dead.
Little News of the Day
(By Vnited Tress.)
Youngstown, Ohio, Jan. .11 Guests of
honor at a McKiuloy birthday banquet '
to be held here today will be Governors
Frank B. Willis, of Ohio; Charles Whit
man, of New York, and Martin Brum
baugh, of Pennsylvania.
Lawrence, Kans., Jan. 31 The young
est Mason of his degree in Kansas and
probably in tho United States is H. A.
Iilusdel, aged 21, of Garnet, a .junior in
the state university. Blasdell took his
first degree on his 21st birthday and by
special dispensations reached the 32ud
degree two weeks later.
Columbus. Ohio, Jan. SI. The annual
five-day meeting of tho American Jer
sey Cattle club began here today at
Ohio State university.
RAILROAD TO GET $250
Washington, Jan. In an opiuioo
to the senate public lands committer
today, Attorney General Gregory de
clared the railroads should receive if'
per acre for lands involved in the Oro
gou-Ciiliforiiin grant. From that, In
said, should bo deduclaed amounts in
excess of $2.50 collected on lands al
ready sold. This would reduce the.
amount to bo paid bv the railroads b;
4; :( ;I j): :1
Journal New Today Ads de- -
!e liver the goods.
Portland. Ore.. Jan. 31. More than
OS'per cent of the convicts in the Ore-j
gon stufe penitentiary are freed before:
the expiration of their terms, figures
compiled today show. In tho five years
from 1010 to 1!15, 1.220 were scut to the .
penitentiary and 1,210 of these weor
pardoned, conditionally pardoned or pa-rolled.
Sun Bernardino, Cal., Jan. 31. Harry
Kincli. Santa Po brakeman, was killed
at Stino Station, in the desert, it was
learned today, when he stumbled over a
lantern and fell from the roof of n
freight car. Ho has a brother, A. 1
Kiuch, in Los Angeles.
MILDRED WEARIED OF IT.
Oakland, Cal., Jan. 31. Mildred S.
Pickett sued Van H. Pickett for divorce
today alleging that he took her across
his Knee and spanked hev. She also
charged Pickett was in the habit of
throwing her through doors and drag
ging her around the room by the hair.
LEA LANDS AT LAST
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 31. Detroit, wi" I
entertain more than 200 conventions
during lOlli, according to figures an
nounced today by the Detroit tourist
and convention bureau These will :
bring more than 2i0.000 visitors to tin !
city, it is estimated. j
Cleveland. Ohio, Jan. 31. The elev
enth annual food and industrial exposi
tion of Ohio opened in the coliseum
here today. !
CARS OF ANY KIND, FOR
ANY PLACE, AT ANY TIME
Good Garage in connection for
storage of cars.
SALEM TAXI CO.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
24fl State Street.
T""" ' Ill III I MiTT'i'-
SWIPED MAii TOUCH
1 7V'a n. P. motor $150.00
1 Hobart Meat Grinder - $150.00
1 30x30 Meat Block $15.00
00 feet Rail Racks, per foot 75c
Lard Press, Kettle and Renderer $60.00
Sheet Iron Meat Smoker $7.50
1100 lb. Beam Scale $27.50
150 North High Stt
(Brownsville Times Rep.)
ith n thud that could
be heard verv distinctly in political eir- j
des, A. II. Lea has been landed in n
position ciimiiieusiirate with his prowess!
as u politic il manipulator.
Elva Billings, the three year old
daughter of parents living near l.eban-i
on is in the St. Vincent hospital. Port
land, recovering from the opeiation ot
h.iving a part of a peanut kernel re-:
moved from her trachea. About n week
ago the child began experiencing great
trouble in breathing, and for a day
could scarcely breath. Vpuii being
brought to town, in consultation wim1
Dr. C. K. Cashatt. the trouble was diig
nosed ns coming from some foreign
substance ill tne windpipe. She was
taken to Portland, where the kernel1
was removed by the in-ertiou of an
electrically lighted instrument into the
trachea, showing just where the foreign,
substance was located. The reniov.il
of the Kernel was a deli at operation
and was successfull performed by
Drs. Coglaml and Davis. I
Marysville, Cal., Jan. 31. A mail
poum h .looted of all its registered mail,
was found on the outskirts of this ''
today, where if. had been throw n bv
thief who stole it from a truck in front I
of the Southern Pacific depot. It is re
ported to have contained several hun
dred dollars iu money orders nud con
siderable wcoin. There is no clue.
i Also a Nice Line of
Does not mean that yonr eyes are diseased it means simply that yon
have used them too much by constant reading or too close application
at work and brought on EYESTRAIN as a consequence.
The relief is simple and sure, viz: my EXAMINATION OF THE EYES
and GLASSES to strengthen the nerve force.
Why not be helped today?
MISS A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist,
208-209 Hubbard Building.
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