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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, FEB. 11. 1916.
Early Showing of Spring
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
You Men who appreciate good Hat values should see these n
new ones latest styles well made a corking Hat
value-only $2.00 f 4
(See the window showing.)
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FOR RENT Millinery De
partment Space on second
floor after February 15. In
quire at Office.
All Around Town
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glass-
correctly. U. 8. Jiunk, Bldg. t
The Woodmen will celebrate this ev
ening by holding a valentine pa'ty ot
their lodge rooms. A program Itaa been
arranged in Keopnig with tno im-nt.
Br. Stone's tirag store.
The employes of the Chicago store
participated in a surprise party lust I
evening. The surprised ones wero Mr.'
and lira. Harley Pngh, 505 Belmont
Order your pure milk: and cream
from Maple Grove Dairy, 1215 South
(.'ominercial. Phono 238. tf .
J. M. TJevers, of Eugene, Is a candi
date for nomination by the republican
party for the office of district attorney
for Lane county.
O. H. P. Cough Syrup will stop your
cough. No cure, no pay. For Bale it
the Opera House Pharmacy, tf
Dr. Stone's drug stars. I
Bishop W. M. Bell, D. D of Los An
geles, will preach next Sunday evening
ui vumub v-uapei, corner or ooventoentli
strcot and Nebraska avonue.
dectrio baths ana massage under
your phyniciau'a directions. N. N. Im
ni, 18 Hubbard Bids. Phone 655. tf
The chnrgeg of being Intoxicated
ngainst J. ('. Carter and Roswell King
were dismissed in police court today
on the grounds oil insufficient evi
dence. SpdaJ lot of children's hats for 25
and 35 cents at Mrs. Locke's removal
al millinery department, Meyers,
Friday and Saturday.
W. L. Bradshaw, of The Dalles, Is a
candidate for nomination by the demo
cratic party for the office of circuit
judgp, Seventh judicial district, com
prising Hood River and Wasco coun
ties. Removal sale. Special lins of trim
med hots for 50 cents each at Mrs. O.
O. Lockoj's millinery department, it
Meyers store, Saturday tho last day.
The Juniors of the law department ol
Lincensed Lady Em
balmer Moderate Prices
Latest Methods Are
Found Only At
Phone 724. Salem, Ore.
the Willamette university will banquet
this evening the instructors and faculty
of the university. The dinner will be
served at tho Marion hotel
See the trimmed hats on sale at Mrs.
O. 0. Locke's millinery department,
Meyers storo. Friday and Saturday,
special lot for 50c each, special lot for
1 .00 each, children's hats for 25 and
Work Is now progressing rapidly on
tho W. V. Mnoro building on Court
street. The sidewalk is being laid and
within a few days that side of the
street will onco again bo open for traf
fic. Regular meals 20c. Hotcakes and
coffee 10c. .less tieuige, ":! State.
One trial will convince you it's the
best pi .ice to eat.
John Claire Monteith, teacher of sing
ing, in .Sulem Saturdays, (all -015J.
Winthrop Hammond reports Hint as
soon ns thoso who nro getting their pa
pers in shnpo to become members of the
American Sons of Revolution receive
their returns, a meeting will bo culled
and a chapter organized here.
Owens, Tailor and Hatter. Phone 872.
Choice beef roasts 10c pound, . Cap
ital Market, 121 8. Com '1.
Barnett H. Goldstein, of Portland, has
filed as a candidate for nomination by
tho democratic pnrty for tho office of
representative, Fighteonth representa
tive district, comprising Multnomah
county, with this Blognu: "Repeal of
all Sunday closing laws. More common
sense and less fanaticism."
Special for Saturday: Beat roast of
beef, 10c pound; boiling beef, Sc pound;
best creamery butter, ;i5c pound. The
Peoples Market, Liberty street. Phono
All kinds of fine aluminum tit 75c
each piece. K. L. Stiff & Son.
The public schools will hold no spe
cial Lincoln exercises as tho 12th comes
on Snturdny, but aro arrnnging for a
general program to combine Lincoln
and Washington exercises on Mondnv,
February 21. Special speakers will ad
dress the schools in patriotic addresses.
Loin steaks, 12 1 2c per pound. Can
ital Market, 121 S. t'om'l.
E. L. SUff & Son are doing a big
business these ulce spring days. Their
specialty is to sell new or used furni
ture, and tako iu tiio old as part inv
J. K. O'Neill, traveling passenger
nitunt nf ill. O l' l u. xr . , .
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Furnish your home for half Mice
from our exchange department. See ad
on page 6.
W. W. Cardwell, of Roseburg, has
filed as a candidate for nomination
by tho republican pnrfy for the office
of circuit judge, Second judicial dis
trict, comprising the counties of Hen
ton, Coos, Curry, Douglas, Lano and
Bishop w. M. BeU, D. D., of Los
Angolcs, will preach at Cnstlo Chapel,
corner Seventeenth and Nebraska Ave.,
John TJ. Smith, of West Chehalem,
postoffiee route one, Newberg, is n can
didate for nomination by the republican
party for tho office of state senator,
Twenty-fourt senatorial district, com
prising tho counties of Lincoln, Tilla
mook, Washington and Yamhill.
Special for Saturday: Best roast of
beef, 10c pound; boiling boef, 8c. pound;
best creamery butter, 3."c pound. The
Peoples' Market, Liberty street. Phone
The seml-anuual meeting of the hoard
of trustees of Willametto university
will be held in tho First Methodist
church Tuesday, February 15. T. S.
McDaniel, of Portland, is president of
the board, Dr. ii. L. Steeves vice-president,
I. H. Van Winkle, secretary, and
A. N. Bush, treasurer.
Rib roasts, rump roasts, 10c pound.
Capital Market, 121 S. Com'L
The river this morning Is 19.8 feet
above low water mark and falling. The
water is out of the office of the O. C.
T company but tho floor of the ware
house is still under a foot or two of
water. The precipitation for the 24
hours up to 8 o'clock this morning was
.45 of an inch.
Has anyone seen or lost a cyclone?
Peoplo living in tho southeastern part
of the city saw a full sized and proper
ly shaped cyclone, of tho right Iowa
model going through tho country in mid
air, supposed to bo about eight miles
southeast of the city. Tho report of the
cyclone conies from severnl living in the
east part of tho city and it passed by
about 10:30 this morning.
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rifc Mil ttriil
To Discuss Irrigation. Drain
age and Rural Credits and
Also Nice Line
....... , i'jiiiuiiij; luiurinaiiou reiurive to
the emmigrntion and immigration ex
pected to this section following the
close of tho Kuropenn war.
Got your Sunday roasts at the Cap
it 1 1 Miirln.l !! U I' 'I
Lincoln day will he oisevH Suudav '
I tiy nppropriuto exercises at t!,e Tir.-t
Congregational clur 'h, at the mo ring
service. Members of the 0. V. I? , Song
' of Veterans and Snnnish Veternns. In-
II dian fighters, ludiet of the O. A. R., and
;the Woiiieu's Relio! eorpi will all ht-
J 1 tend.
CARS Or ANT KIND, FOR
ANY PLACE, AT ANT TIME
Good Garage In connection for
storage of can.
SALEM TAXI CO.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
246 State Stwot.
(Written for the United Press by C. C.
Portland, Ore., Feb. 11 The state
irrigation, drainage and rural credits
conference authorized bv the Oregon
irrigation congress, will be held at the
state house m Salem, March 9.
A call for the conference has been
issued by the special committee which
was given the responsibility, and more
than half tho delegates from representa
tive state organizations have been ap
pointed. The conference delegates are asked
to formulate a plan for state guaranty
of irrigation and drninage securities.
It is proposed to draft a constitutional
amendment for submission to the people
at the next general election. The con
ference probably will decide whether to
submit enabling legislative at tho gen
eral election- or, later, to the legisla
ture. Already there is sweeping the state a
conviction that no more important gath
ering has ever been planned in Ore
gon. It will have the bigness and se
rious responsibility of a constitutional
convention. The best brains and expe
rience from nil walks of life and nil
occupations will be represented and will
bo called upon to produce the plan
which, when enacted into law and ad
ministered, will solve the state's fr.uir
development problems of irrigation an
ii ram age.
All authorities financiers and farm
ers, railroad men and organized labor
nave made statements recognizing the
necessity for action and sunnortinrr tin.
fundamental character of tho procedure
outlined. The only doubt has been as
to whether preiudiees and differences
can be laid aside in the common pur
pose to do now a big thine for Ore
Because of the preat nubile intern!
in, and the significance of tho confer
ence, mnny will probably journey to the
proceedings, their concern keener even,
man it it had been a session of the leg
islature which they had come to attend.
Governor Wlthvcomhn nnrf nto
Treasurer Kay will leavo this city for
Medford tomorrow to nttmwl T i
day banquet which will be held in that
city Tomorrow night. They expect to
spend tomorrow afternoon traveling
oyer Pacific highway nn nn inspection
trip and will return to Roseburg where
they will inspect tho Soldiers' Home.
William A. Marshall, law reroo.n
tativc on the Industrial Accident com
mission, will bo tho principal speaker
this evening at Union headquarters, on
Court street. The mpntlnn ,,..:.,..
is Open to tho public and is of general
inroresr, 89 Mr jimrahnll will talk on,
"Compensation." The meeting will be
called to order nt 8 o'o.lnetr. Pniin,;.,
the regular program, refreshments will
A membershin camnatim ,m
launched by the Elks to continue two
months, beginning March 1. Tho mat
ter was brought un nt th
evening, and it was voted, almost unan
imously to begin a genuine vieorous
campaign. Committees were appointed
by Exalted Ruler Anderson. Tim ma,.
ent membership is close to 000, but the
Kcnerni opinion wa3 that there was room
Mrs. L. H. Suter. inns Vm-tii fi.n.
teenth street, returned n few days ago
rrom mwa, wnere sna was called by
the death of her mother. Her father
still survives, at the nir nf ni mnn
Mrs. Suter's parents were pioneers in
iow ou years ngo, coming from Penn
sylvania in the only mode of traveling
in those days, the horse and wagon. At
the time of her mother's death, her
parents had been married 67 years.
W. D. Evans. Of tho rtntnmarM.il Vl.
store, is receiving the congratulations
of his friends, and especially those
who aro members of the Commercial
club. All due to the fnct tw Afr v..
ans was the only member of tho Com
mercial ciud who won a game of cfceck
ers in tho historic contest held at the
Commercial club rooms last Tuesday ev
ening between the old stand hvs of tho
Commercial club and tho Salem Chess
and Checker club.
While Judge Daniel Webster was not
so fortunate as to see Abraham Liucoln
during his services in the Civil war, yet
he had the pleasure of eastiug his sec
ond and third presidential vote for the
great emancipator. The judge cast his
first vote for John C. Fremont. At
tho time Lincoln was nominated by the
rnpnblicnn pnrty, the judge says that it
was a general surprise to thoso living in
Wisconsin, as all expected to see Seward
Of New York nominated on tho first
"How Boys Go Wrong" will be fully
illustrated in a three reel moving pic
ture at the First Congregational church
Sunday evening. This is the second
moving picture entertainment given nt
the church. The reel is one of tho stand
ards of the General Film company and
will require about 45 minutes for the
showing. Will S. Hale, superintendent
of tho Boys' Training school will de
liver a short talk before the films ore
shown. There will also be the usual
singing of hymns, .hoi' singing and
reading by the pastor, the Rev. James
Do your eyeglasses harmonize with
your features f 1 have made, years of
careful study of facial characteristics,!
nd select the sine, style and shape of
eveiilasses most hivomintr to the face
of the wearer. There is a high grade
of skill required to properly adjust eye
jjlns mountings so as to have tne glass
es conform to the tVial contour, and at
the same time maintain A correct fo
cal annle at all ti.nies the art of ac
complishing this has been mastered by
me. Along with this, I correct all de
fects of vision. After an examination
1 will tell you if you need glasses. I
"No More Darning
for Us, Mother"
O IX pairs of Holeproof'will
wear six months without
holes or tears. That is guar
anteed. If any of the six
pairs wear out in that time
you get mw hose free.
More than 1,000,000 people
wear Holeproof today because
of its fine quality and dura
bility. Next time you are in
our store, please ask us to
show you Holeproof.
$1.50 to $3.00 a box
Ladies' $3.00 per box.
Men's $1.30 per box.
The kind of
goods that will
or money back:
You cannot buy
You mftV huv ft nftir of Dutr'na. Thmium
froii2 to6-?ad wear them for Two Months.
Ibr every suspender button that comes oe will
pay you Tciv Cents. If (Key ripallhe waist bawUe
will pay you Fifty Cents
If they ripot flc seat or elsewhere wi will pay wm
This Is Shoe Weather Packard
Shoes at a Large Saving
REGULAR $4.00 SHOES NOW J3 43
REGULAR $4.50 SHOES NOW. . JJJg
REGULAR $3.00 SHOES NOW $3 93
8 fit f 1 m '
tttfl tHfc At AM HJA &t
G. W. Johnson & Co.
141 N. COMMERCIAL STREET
use no drops or Jrugs as they are dan
gerous. Dr. M. T. ifendelsohn. iiooms
z 1 0-1.1 U. S. Bank Hlda.
The Hon, Charles A. Murdock, of San
Francisco, general secretary of the;
American Unitarian association on the j
I'acific coast and editor of the Tacitie
Unitarian, will be the speaker at both ;
morning and evening services at the. !
Unitarian church. -Mr. Murdock is a;
pleasing and convincing speaker. His
subject for the morning sermon is,!
"Are Unitarians Christians?" In the
evening he will present some vital phase
of tho Unitarian faith. Everybody in-!
forested in progressive idealism in mod- j
ern religion should hear this message. !
Bring your friends.
The Elks are preparing to hold one of
the biggest dances of the season on
Washington's birthday, Tuesday, the
22nd. Permission Has given at the
meeting Inst evening for all Elks to
invite one friend, and if even half of
tho membership take advantage of this
privilege, the dance will be one of the
HAVE YOU EVEB THOUGHT how
strong a connection there is between
Eyestrain and Headache?
Eminent authorities agree that Eye
strain is the root of many nervous
Remove the CAUSE by WEARING rROPER GLASSES and tho RE
SULT will be better eyesight and less headache.
Eyestrain relieved by properly fitted glasses.
MISS A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist,
208-209 Hubbard Building. Phoae 109
I big events of the month. The entire Elk Isaac Lynch, who has charge of the
orchestra will furnish the music and elevator in the Salem Bunk of Com
the lodge rooms will be appropriately mcK0 building, went to Portland thia
decorated with hatchets and other sug- morning.
gestive Washington emblems.
,The Store That Saves You Money,
Spring Time Will Soon Be Here
Now is the time to brighten up the house with an extra piece of
Furniture. We carry a fine line of Dependable Merchandise.
BED ROOM FURNITURE
In Oak, Birdseye Maple and Ivory or
3 Mirrors Dressing Table.. $24.30
3 Mirrors Chiffonier $28.80
Wood Bed to match f 29.70
All of the famous Adaner design
Specials in Dull Wax Dres- ffQ Oft
sets priced up ftom f J.Ov
30x48 in. top, table full 1-4 sawed oak,
26x45 in. top, table full 1-4 sawed oak,
Others priced from .... $4,0,5 Up
Our showing of wood and leather
seat Rockers can not be surpassed
1-4 sawed oak Rockers, priced as low
Leather seat Rockers priced as low
L--. r........ $4.80
All-over leather Rockers priced as.low
The kind that always
make good. Price
7 r ., 3fSMi0J
We sell the famous Way
Sagless Springs warrant
ed for 25 years, sold on 30
days Free Trial. Price
Successors to Calef Bros.1