EIGHT THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 1916, i I I Early Showing of Spring Wearables Women's New Suits, New Coats, New Skirts, New Waists and New Dresses The Season's artistic styles for Spring Models that are "different." Watch our window displays for the new things. Extra Special Opening Surprise Sale of Spring Silks A grand assortment of the newest Silk Fabrics for the coming season. Latest patterns and color effects 35 inches wide Qualities worth up to $2.00. Sale Price, Your Choice, a yd This sale price equals about 59c a yard for ordi nary widths Be sure to see this big assortment and get an early choice. MEN! A New Spring Hat for $2.00 m You Men who appreciate good Hat values should see these value only (See the window showing.) mm GOOD1GOOD S Q3L FOR RENT Millinery De partment Space on second floor after February 15. In- v quire at umce. All Around Town ST. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glass es correctly. U. 8. Bank. Bldj. , The Ladles' Aid society of the First Methodist church will serve a birthday dinner in tho church parlors Tuesday evening, Fcbru.iry 22. Dr. Stone's brag store. Wayne Baker, of Englewood, loft for Winchester, Oregon, yesterday where he will enler the employ of the South ern Pacific is foreman of their ware house. Order your pure milk and cream from Maple Grove Dairy, 1215 South Commercial. Phono 208. tf Nell Summerville, recently with the Wells-Forgo Express company in Salem, as messenger, has been promoted to the position of agent at Dnllns. Ho left today to tnko up his new work. 0. H. P. Cough Syrup will stop youv eough. Xo cure, no pay, For sale it the Opera House Pharmacy. tf The next monthly meeting of the Commercial eluh will be held Wednes day evening, February IB. Tho board of directors will meet tomorrow noon lit the club. Dr. Stone's drug store. J. C. Carter and Boswell King were arrested last night by the Jsnlcm police on a charge of being intoxicated. The young meu were arraigned in police court today and took 24 hours to enter meir pleas. Electric baths and massage under your physician's directions. N. N. Im us, 218 Hubbard Bldg. Phone B55. tf The water Just came up to the ash pits of the engine rooms at tho Spann ing mill yesterday but this did not prevent the mill from running as the pits were covered with boards and the engine fires were fed as usual. Eat at 262 State. Jess Goorga knows what you want to cat and how to pre pare it. St. Joseph's choir will sing Loesch's "Mass in F" next Sunday morning. As an offertory, Dun F. l.angcuberg and II. F. Melnturff will sing l.nmbil lotti'g "Ave Maria" by request. Special lot of children's hats for 25 and 3f cents at Mrs. Locke's removal sale, millinery department, Meyers, Friday and (Saturday. The Salem fire department was called out at 11:15 last night In response to an alarm turned in for u chimney fire at the npartmont. house of South Com mercial street near Mission. Is'o dam ago was done. Elks attention. Special business I meeting Thursday, February 10. Every body should bo present. V. 10. Slater, secretary. FeblO F. II. Hayes, who was arrested by the Nulem police on a charge of boot legging, was given a fine of $20 in police court yesterday afternoon by Jurigo Elgin. Ernest be Shirley, who was charged with mistreating a child was also fined $20 in police court. I Removal gale. Special line of trim med hats for .10 cents each at Mrs. O. I (!. I.oekes millinery department, 'it Meyers store, Saturday tho last day. I The Business Mon's class handball cam of the Y. M. C. A. will leiivo Snl.,i on tho 8 o'clock train this evening for Albany where a tournament with the Albany lmndball experts will bo staged. Tho team will return tomorrow. "The la Arc Club" will give a val entine party next Thursday evening nt tho home of Mrs. Nora Kriesol, 3!10 South Fourteenth street. About SO In vitations have been sent out for the iarty and tho famous drill ton ill nt tVin Arliwnna anticipate tho event of tho i iiivr, BEAUTIFUL HAIR And a clear complexion are two of the chief factors of beauty, and may be attained by ny lady through our treatment. We have all the LATEST ELEC TRIC APPLIANCES for face and scalp treatment, and the preparations which we use are all our own manufacture and guaranteed pure, SHAMPOOING, MASSAGE, MANICURINO, HAIR DRESSINO Our prices reasonable, our work guaranteed to please. Open Saturday evenings. Imperial Beauty Parlors DR. W. E. STANTON. Skin and Scalp Special's! WINIFRED W. DUSENBURY, Manicurist and Hair Drcas-ir. 301 Bank of Commerce Building, Fhont 393 work. Tho pay is good nnd tho fiirm on which ho is to work is located near I.ivealey. Ivan O. McDaniel, secretary of tho Center, with office at the Com mercial club, will give additional infor mation. Sold three pianos yesterday. What nukes this sale remarkable is the high quality, the number of costly expen sive styles that are included in this stock. Finest styles like tho (.'flick ering Cirnnil, the Art Style Decker & Son, the Kimball, the most beautiful styles of the Smith & aUrnes, and many, many others. Seo ad on pago 3. .1. ('. (iullagiier. o R. F. Peters, manager of tho Wiley Music House, and Miss' Minnie Cotter man were married Sunday noon by the Kev. R. F. Tischer at the Unitarian church. They returned this morning from a short wedding trip nnd are now at home at 110 Myers street. o The fast Chemawa basketball team will invado Salem Saturday night for a gumo with tho Y. M. C. A." team. As a preliminnry to tho main event tho inter mediate team of the Y. M. C. A. will piny tho Hilverton high school fresh men. Tho game will be called nt S p. m. v -o Bert Seer, sheriff of Lincoln county, was in the city yesterday. He has re cently becomo famous as tho sheriff who found a mummy in a bam, way down on Yakima bay. He also has the distinction of being a cousin of the fa mous artist, Homer Davenport, and also a relative of an Oregon governor, T. T. Oeer. The Arabian Knights club of Salem will celebrate Washington's birthday in the way of a smoker and general all around good time, including wrestling, boxing, sleight of hand and divers oth er entertainment. The address of tho evening will be delivered by Judge Lawrence T. Harris of the state su premo court. Tho entertainment will be held on the banquet floor of the Ma sonic Temple, and is given for all members of the Al Kader Temple nnd other Shriners in good standing. The committee having charge of the enter tainment is composed of H. H. Thielsen, chairman, Fred A. Erixon, Hal D. Pat ton and Dr. W. C.irlton Smith, presi dent of the Arabian Knights club. TODAY'S ODDEST STORY Cleveland, O., Feb. 10. H. K. Knapp, prone to do what his name implies after the alarm clock rings in the morning used to get up, shut the thing off and go back to bed and over sleep so much that he got three arousers, put one in each corner of the room anil now, by the time he has mule the rounds nnd shut them all off ho is ready to stay up. L3Z O. H. Carson, who recently began the practice of law in this city, filed the declaration of his candidacy for the republican nomination for the office of district attorney of Marion county. Mr. Carson came from Washington to this state several years ago and was graduated from the Willamette law school in 1915. The Salem Floral Society will meet nt the Commercial club rooms next Monday evening at 8 o'clock. As Mr. Maruney said at the lust meeting of the Commercial club, what the society wants is a larger membership, in order to interest the city as n whole in land scape gardening nnd the planting of more flowers in the city. The annual dues are 25 cents. J. E. Anderson, of The Dalles, has tiled as a candidate for nomination of the republican party for office of rep resentative in the legislative assembly, 2!th representative district, comprising Wasco and Hood River counties. t H. Ransom, of 'Portland, is a candidate for nomination by the republican party j g ror me, ouice ot siaio senator, i.uijj. senatorial discrict, comprising Mult-i iioniah county. Slogan, "Economy and Efficiency." This is a had year so far for smelt, as none are in tho market. The floods in tho Columbia river have prevented them from coming up stream, even as far as the mouth of the Cowlitz. Ac cording to fish men, smelt will not travel up stream against a strong cur rent, and so far this year have not been any farther up the Columbia than Clifton. And now comes a letter to the Com mercial club from the Vaughn Seed company of Chicago, saying it can use two carloads of onion sets. The letters states that the firm buys only in car load lots as smaller shipments make the rate too high for profitable hand ling All of wliieJi" seems to indicate there is a market tor everything the valley can produce, hut that shipments must be made to tho larger dealers in carload lots. Everything is coming on In fine shape I II II II ri li n ii ri 11 13 11 11 I 11 u See This Demonstration in our window, showing the strength of our Dutchess Trousers. We make good the warranty as shown in cut. If you have trouble in finding trousers that will hold you and give you service try a pair of Dutchess. Prices $2 to $6 This Is Shoe Weather Packard Shoes at a Large Saving REGULAR $4.00 SHOES NOW. . . REGULAR $4.50 SHOES NOW. . . REGULAR $3.00 SHOES NOW. . . to au.iA,..i,i .,ia,i...iuii'.iii iKMimi mimm You nw buv a Dair of Dutr-hp Trouun fronl2to0isnd wear tiiem for Two Months. Tor every suspender buttonthal comes off we will peyyou Tei Cents. If they ripatthew4istbiuvil.we Killpsy you fifty Cents 1 they ripat the seat or elsewhere we will pay vwi One Dollar or give jou a, New Pair. Mn G. W. Johnson &Co. n 13 1:1 11 U II 11 li U n la 13 ID 13 131 E9 HI LI til ES 13 ft ll u m Ei Kn U m m m m u K m 131 m r:i rj El $3.48 $3.78 $3.98 141 N. COMMERCIAL STREET SALEM, OREGON VI M motives. The funds from this entertain-! Inst night at the armory. The C'her ment will be invested in uniforms for I rinns evidently intend to maintain their the Moose marching club. standing in the state nnd hereafter, the o I drill and roll call will begin prompt- The bids for the new forestry huild-jK- at 7:30 o'clock every Wednesday ev- for the great Mooso entertainment tol'" of the A" Tir -ves: ! t'"ie- And just as an incentive to be be given nt the opera house Thursday ' !'nl"y "lS; . T'lluian, of ; on hand at the roll call, it was decreed & last evening that in the future, wlio- I ever does not respond to his name at ! the Wednesday night drill, will be as ! sessed n. fine if ?.ri eenKn. Tt. n-nii fnrtli. Other Salem bidders were: Southwick , Pr .lecreed that the 25 cents would be and Hendrick, $.'VJ,0S0; Snook and Tra-! collecte d. vers, $:i2,2.il; Dalrymple and Buley, . ' ' $:i5,;i00; I . nn i'atton, f.H,ii,i; fie wort and Engstrom, $34,713. o , March 2. ' Viek Bros., who em-l r ""u1!. lom! u ne " ny about 40 men have already reserv- , ! u, Vuiiin tu 1 the entire front row of tho bnlconv. : 1' 1 t .T ....1 '. ' . ' i.; .7 i-uiuiuci n.is nui jcl urv" illUIIUHl. evening, pi C( not only because they expect to see a first class show, hut from patriotic Special meeting of Salem Lodge Xo. 4, A. F. & A. M,, this evening, Work in tho h: A. degree. Visiting brethren welcome. W. E. Wilson, president of the Ore gon (lay Workers association is in l'ortlnnd attending the annual meet ing in session there yesterday ank. to day. He delivered the president's ad dress of welcome. Otto Hansen is al so in attendance, to submit tho report of the advertising committee, See the trimmed hats on miln nt my. O. V. Locke's millinery department, I Meyers store. Friday and Saturday,' special lot for "iOc each, special lot for tl.OU each, children's hats for 2.1 and M cents. i The Lincoln services at the Congre-! gational church, to which too members! of the U. A. It. and all affiliating or- i ganizations are invited, will be held' uuditv ninmtn,r. Tim M..ril..id in evening at the church will include a speci.il reel of moving pictures from the l'athe company. . The Salem Social Service Center can place a farm hand who understands the proKT caro of hogs and cows. The applicant must bo unmarried and want the job bad enough to bo willing to WTCil AND JEWELRY ilso ft Nice Line of V''CJ , Jewelry. L' KARL NETJOEBATJEB Maaonle Bldg Phone 700 TAXI SERVICE CARS OF ANY KIND, TOR ANY PLACE, AT ANY TIME Good Garage in connection tot storage of cars. Reasonable Sates. SALEM TAXI CO. Oarage OPEN ALL NIGHT. 246 State Street. M OREGON TODAY TRIANGLE Y PICTURES Sable Lorcha A Great Chinese Mystery Drama Featuring Thomas Jefferson His Father's Footsteps Another Keystone with Scream FORD STERLING One of the world's Greatest Funmakers. ADDED ATTRACTION ELECTRICITY ON THE FARM A beautiful picture ss well as Instructive of a modern farm with all the latest im provements of electricity. Very Interesting. TOMORROW Raymond Hitchcock Mabel Normsnd Mack Sennot An All Star Keystone Cast in "STOLEN MAGIC" The Best Yet "Home of Triangle" The entire Bligh theatre aggregation El of stars will appear this evening, after the theatre performance, at tho Ki ! gj lodge and put on their acts for the j pleasure of all the Drothers in good ! 52 standing. This will include Clayton, the I mystic, bare foot dancers, singing team ' H and magic acts. The performance will M luiiow iue reuuu uusiuer:j seniun ui i the hlks. Important business is sched uled to come up this evening and after the boys have labored with the serious problems, the entertainment committee thought it advisable to put on a spe cial entertainment for the edification of those entitled to the hailing sign. o Last lime loaay to See FANNIE WARD in the 11 11 tt A rainfall of 1.25 inches was record ed by the O. C. T. Co. water gnage for the 24 hours up to 8 o'clock this morn ing. The river at 8 o'clock today was 23.8 feet above low water and falling. The highest, gunge this week was 20.2 feet, Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. The Pomona went to I'eoria yesterday and will carry wheat this week be tween Peoria and Corvallis. The steam er Oregona at Portland has been leased to the telephone company for stringing wires. About 2H miles of wires are i down in the Columbia slough nt Port- ! mid and the Oregona will be used this week in this repair work. j Clayton, the mystic, appearing at : the Hligh theatre, suffered a painful ; injury and several bruises last even , ing when he fell from a runway in i front of the stage. As a p.irt of the performance, the mystic gazes into a crystal globe, and steps down the run way from tho stage into the auditori um. The carpet covering the runway I happened to be wider than the boards and he fell, falling about six feet in j the orchestra pit. Although severely injured, he managed to continue his performance. He was attended by Pr. W. H. Morse, and will be able to fill his engagement this evening. L. S. Geer and A. A. Krueger are . now the sole owners of the Calef Fur niture store and the firm wilt here after be known as (ieer and Krueger. Mr. Geer has been associated with C lef Bros, for the past nine years, finee il... i.nu;....ua ,u,..i.i;....i :.. ,u:u city, he has been a partner nnd the i H success of the firm in ffalem has been j M duo to Mr. Deer's business ability and 1 close atention to details. Mr. Krueger a his been bookkeeper for the firm thejS'S past year. The firm will remain in its I El present locntion nud the stock will be !f largely increased. i v Tomorrow night, the Central Lahor Council will hold nn open meeting in the rooms on Court street, to which all who are interested in the compensation! problem, are invited, to attend. A I smoker jud refreshments will be serv ed after the evening's program. Wil-1 liam A. Marshall, the labor representa-! live on the Industrial Accident Insur anve Commission, will talk on "Com-i i nsntiou. H. . Sleeiuan, of Port-1 "THE CHEAT" A Paramount Feature FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Daniel Frohman Presents A Faithful Picturization of ii Denman Thompson's THE OLD A Paramount Picture B YE LIBERTY Theatre I! ti n ii ii ri ti ti ri u ii ii ii ri u n Wonderful n Instructive j Exhibition 11 il "OLD HOMESTEAD" Denman Thompson's Rural Masterpiece Made Immortal by Famous Players. In Addition to Our Regular Program. ri u n n i u ti El CI LAMP MANUFACTURE SEE Edison Lamp Works Processes of Lamp Mann- facturlng Thousands of People Employed Streets of New York with Big Building Covered with Lights The film is instructive and at the same time includes several amusing incidents 11 II M 11 IJ 11 11 II "The Old Homestead," the greatest rural drama ever written in" which tlm late Denman Thompson stirred for ov er thirty years, has at last been adapt ed is a feature play by the Famous Players Film company by special inf ringement with Friink Thompson, son aud heir of the author-actor. This great American classic will be seen as a Paramount lecture nt the Ye Liberty Friday and Katnrdnf. i Through the active eo-opeiution of the younger Thompson, the producers have been able to preserve to a re markable degree the atmosphere and spirit of tiie original play. This wn-i accomplished by means of photographs of the first Josh Whiteomb and of tho costumes worn by the various members of tho supporting cist. Of special im portance in this connection was tb" obtaining of permission to use the old Thompson homestead in New Hamp shire, which was the setting depicted in the original play, as the background of the film. Director James Kirkwood and his company went to the old New Kngland village where they spent sev eral weeks in photographing scenes in and about the Thompson farm and in the outlying country where there sti'l exists to a remarkable degree the sanm interesting and delightful types tlmt were found by Thompson when he wroto the play three decades ago. F.von the interior of the Thompson home woh used for some of tho scenes which transpired in the house. Another interesting link between tiio st.ige nnd the screen lies in the fuct that old Grace church, which appeared in painted canvas as a backdrop in tho original presentation of the play, serves as the ictnal background for the corresponding scenes in the film. H was in 1875 that Denman Thomp son, while suffering from an attack of rheumatism during an engagement at Martin's Viriety theatre in lt tsbnrjj. conceived the idea of a rural dr.imntic sketch which he then called "Joshua, Whiteonib." The success of this sketch led him to expand it into a pin which was presented for the ifrst timo at the Boston theatre in lssii under its present title, "The Old Homestead." The marvelous popularity of this rus tic drama, "which has mule an unpar alleled appeal to all classes and ages ever since its first appearance, is easily explained by the fact that it p.iints real life in. its truest and best aspects, and that it tells the simplest of stories concerning the simplest of people. It Is human nature without its coiifusiii.; and baffling veneer the sort of char acterizations that, everybody compre hends because of its very n.iivete. i j RESIDENCE PARLORS i.n.l uh., ,v o u.,, l.t- ,1,., S.l...,, .,. II ... ...i ........ vyi,,. p n f mv iit ,111 IftVI I I 1 L III11SV DJ at LICl IllUk lUUrtl i it w,... v,.n.,..;., 4 .... ...,.,.. .k..... I it the national conference of tue Am ericau Federation of Labor, will also address the meeting, t'. V. Brunt, president of tho local council will pre side. Captain C. L. Dick and his Cherrian cohorts put in an evening of drilling M 11 n u YE LIBERTY THEATRE ii ii n u u Lincensed Lady Em balmer Moderate Prices Latest Methods Are Found Only At Cottage Undertaking Parlors Phone 724. Salem, Ore.