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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL,
OREGON. SATURDAY, FEB. 12. 1916.
SUNDAY and MONDAY
A Five Act Metro
Don't miss this great picture.
The man of Her
The Man of
J WOODBURN NEWS I
Matinee 10c: Evening 15c: Children 5c
The Home of Paramount Pictures
SUNDAY and MONDAY
PEARL WHITE CREIGHTON HALE
A Five Act Story of the Kentucky Hills
A BIG COMEDY FEATURE REEL
Accordianest Direct from Pantages
Evening 15c; Matinee 10c; Children 5c.
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Do you want to keep
Do you want to keep
It Tells How in
"Her Mothers Secret."
R LAST TIMES TODAY
J YE LIBERTY Theatre g
Home of Paramount Pictures jj
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Bill MM Ml MM ii i lUt Mi wi Ikk HMI iiU dfcJ
1,500,000 SQUARE FEET
These pictures also show ex
terior views of the factory,
employes leaving, etc. They
are a great aid to
in addition to our regular
Real Real Estate Bargains
Property To Exchange
L. Bechtel & Co.
WHY PAY RENT?
Own a Home of Your Own.
$50 down, p"ce $500; good 4-room
$250 down, price $1,250; modern bun
galow. $500 down, price $2,500, modern bun
galow. $500 down, price $1,000; modem bun
galow. $1,000 down, price $2,800; modern
$.1,200, strictly modem 7-room house.
$4,200, strictly modem 0-rooni . house
$5,000, strictly modem 7-rnom house.
$0,500, strictly modem 8-rooin house.
$12,000, strictly modern R-room house
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Woodburn, Ore., Feb. 12. M. J. Lin
dahl is moving his Btoek. of hardware
and furniture to Monitor, where he will
continue in business.
Miss Esther Berge is spending the
week in l'ortlund.
The Philotheti society of the Presby
terian Sunday school held a social in
the church Tuesday evening. Refresh
ments were served.
.Miss Ruth Gilbertson, nurse at the
Good Saimiritiin hospital, is the guest
of Mrs. D. O. Cowler.
The Ravelin club was entertained
Monday evening at the home of Miss
Nettie Broyles. Five hundred was
played. Miss Nora Beck received the
first prize and Miss Sadie Richards the
consolation. J.mich was served by the
hostess assisted zy her mother, Mrs. W.
Miss Gertrude Grassmau entertained
Monday evening in honor of Miss Iva
Feller. A jolly time was spent in play
ing game after which refreshments
Mrs. B. F Hall was taken to the Good
Samaritan hospital at Portland where
j she will undergo an operntion. She was
! accompanied by her sister, Mm. Eunice
j Bonnev, nnd Dr. Kettle.
I J. W. Cavin, who fcas been taking
j treatments at the St. Vincent's hospital
i has returned home much improved.
j Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maupin are visit-
: ing at the home of the former's parents.
I Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Maupiu.
i Archie Eugle and Leonard Roberts
! were Portland visitors Tuesday.
. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fisher were
! week-end guests of "tie latter's sister,
i Mrs. Clias Sterling, at Brownsville.
Miss Hazel Bitney is spending a few
i days with her aunt, Mrs. Fred Yerger,
N. J. Drew, of the Warren Construc
I tion company, of Portland, was the
; guest of ,T. V. Gavin Tuesday and
! St. Mary's Kpise.opnl Guild met at the
home of Mrs. T. C. Poormnn Tuesday
j afternoon. After tlio business meeting
i was over the hostess served refrcsh
j ments. Mrs. ,T. M. Poormnn. Mrs C E
; Wait and Mis. J. Ray McKinney were
: additional guests.
I Mrs. R. L. Guess was hostess to a few
! of her friends at. her Ln
,$ i crnoon, w here a verv rtelirl,n,i :
-a nj(i,t m learning some of the new
steps in dancing Luncheon was served
by the hostess. Those enjoying the aft
ernoon were: Mrs. Chester Cox, of Sa
lemw: Mrs. Hugh Miller, of Oakland;
Mrs. D. C- Cowes. Mrs. P. A. LivesW
and Mrs. Ray McKinney.
Mrs. W. R. Cooper, of Portland, spent
Sunday at the home of her parents Mr
and Mrs. J. Hooser.
Fred Dose left the first of it, i.
for California, where tlP will i-nmr.iti
about two weeks looking after business
Miss Idn Nehl is visiting friends in
Portland this week.
Attorney Walter O. Keves. of Salem
was a Woodburn visitor Wednesday
The members of the Ravelin club met
at the home of Misses Madge and Mary
Scolinrd Wednesday evening to make
preparations for n dance to be given
Monday, February 14. After the busi
ness meeting was over the girls en
joyed a sociuble hour with music and
conversation, after which refreshments
were served by the hostesses. The club
members present were: Miss Lois Bee
be. Miss Nettie Broyles, Miss Sndie
Richards, Miss Nora Beck, Miss Mary
Scollard. Miss Nell Binkley, Miss Delia
Week. Miss Lila Jerman. Miss Ethel
in...my, .miss Alothn Bitney, Miss
...HciHo ,-M-onara ana .Miss Gladys Bink
ley. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Coon, of Monitor,
were in Woodburn Wednesday on busi
ness. land W' 0U'SS SPP"t Wpl1ne3(lny in r't-
Miss Ruth Sivinderninn was the week
end guest of Miss Kale Mill
Miss Clara Guerne lias re-onVned her
...umiery snop utter a two weeks' vaca
tion. The W F. M. S. of the M. E. church
met at the home of Mis. Clms. Parr
There was a large attendance. A very
interesting program was given with
Mrs. D. S. Livcsny as leader. Mrs D
S. Livesny was made n life Member'
ieauitul luncheon was served by the
Mis. W. H. Kesley left Tuesday for
w.,n huh relatives anil
irn-ini ar .Newport.
mi.-sionary lor the district of
v "Minimvia. "live a verv iutirct;nn. .,n.
Hawthorne, of Taconia
Terms can be arranged on any of the j a meeting of the Home Missionary
above list. For particulars see I.
Houses for rent in all parts of the
city. Fire insurance written in best old
line companies. Let us write your insurance.
1- .'. si
The lampshr.de stocking.
Since fashion now cuts the fair ones'
skirts at lengths that make it un
necessary for curious males to wait for
windy days to note hosiery innovations,
observers will soon have the oppor
tunity of being entranced at the vision
of a dashy new style in stockings
tne ivampsnaue, they call it.
Nothing new is claimed for the use
of a stocking as a pocket. When
Queen Isabella gave her jewels to
Columbus she probably turned her
back on him, hitched up her royal
train a bit and then uroduced the
sparklers that were to send him on his
way to fame, lint tho receptacle was
just a stocking without any adjust
ments. Now, however, comes a stocking
bearing a pocket, with a flap and a
clasp. Small change, powder puffs,
chewing gum and shopping lists may be
We can furnish your Home for One-Half Price
from our large stock of used Furniture.
One $15.00 nickle plated top Kozy Kitchen Cabinet,
just like new $9.00
One $5.00 fall quartered oak Rocker, looks like
One No. 8 Cook Stove, good as new $4.50
Others too numerous to describe $3.00 Up
Good Air Tight Heaters $1.50 Up
Others of all kinds and sizes $2.50 Up
Good Steel Ranges, all kinds $10.00 Up
One $14.00 white maple Dresser, nearly new. . $6.50
Library Tables $2.50 Up
We have a full and complete stock of new Furni
ture and will take your old furniture in as payment
on the new.
We also allow you all your old furniture is worth
and will pay you cash if you want it.
E. L. Stiff & Son
We sell the cheapest because our expenses are lowest
Corner State and Liberty Sts. Phone 941
havo opposed the war from the start j
and w ho arc practically w ithout inl'lu-)
John Bull today is more determined
than ever to sec the thing through and
ho is better prepared. He has quit spec
ulating on the length of the war and
has got dowa to business. Ho is not
worried over what he regards as merely
temporary successes of tho enemy. He
is confident ho will win; and he would
resent most bitterly any interference
Mr. and Mrs. Taw have the best wishes
of their many friends here for a long
and prosperous married life. After the
ceremony a dainty luncheon was served
by Airs. Patterson and the happy couple
left for a short visit in Portland. They
will be, at home to their friends at
1005 North Cottage street, Salem, on
their return from Portland.
Miss Beckie Branignr spent Sunday
Tom Kennedy returned this week
from Portland, where he has been for
the past two weeks
Miss Dovie Rhodes went to Brooks
Monday for a visit with her friend,
Mrs. Fred Hannon.
There was a surprise dancing party at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford
Monro on Saturday evening.
Mrs. Andrew Nicols has returned
to her home in Dayton after a 10 days'
stay with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Brock,
who was very ill but is now convales
cent. Tho Mark Siddall family, of East Sa
lem, were recent over night guests at
the J. H. Eaton home,
West Salem was somewhat inconven
ienced by the recent high water as the
road at the approach to the bridge was
overflowed but no water reached any
part of the city, not- even the base
ments. Justice of the Pence F. L. Wood has
been appointed registrar for West Salem
and surrounding precincts. Registra
tion has begun in earnest.
The city council met in regular ses
sion Mondny evening. All members
present.- Earl P.ushncll was appointed
to fill out the unexpired term of Geo.
Gosser, who has removed from the city.
A number of bills were presented and
Mayor Geo. Frnziire read his annual
report and appointed committees for
the ensuing year.
Treasurer Ernest Blue reported nn the
finances, showing a small balance in
The question of a high school for
West Salem and nearby neighborhoods
Hoquiam Denies Any
Dislike for Pork
Tloquiam, Wash., Fob. 12. A storm
of protest has broken out here over the
telegram sent to Congressman Albeit
Johnson, urging that $30,000 was suf
ficient for a postot'l'ico and federal
building. in this city, and declaring thnt
more would be considered as "pork."
A flood of telegrams have been dis
p.itciied to Johnson, all asking that the
future growth of Hoquiam should be
considered, nnd that the original
amount, $125,000, be still urged on con
gress. United States Not Under
stood by Belligerents
(Continued From Page One.)
onerous than they would have imposed
a year ago.
1 can state mosl positively that ho far
as England is concerned peace at pres
ent is out of the question This asser
tion is based not only on the statements
of cabinet members and other public
men but upon persistent inquiry among
the common folks. Tho pro-pence ele
ment in England is a neglible quantity,
confined to a few irreconcilablcs who
What the French. Think.
By William Phillips Simins.
(Taris Manager of tho United Press
Between Franco and tho I'nited
States there exists a strange misunder
standing. Neither country appreciates 1
the state of mind of tho other nor j
grasps the full significance of what the1
other is fighting for. i
mis is one s impression following a,
trip through the enst, west and south,!
made to get in touch with home condi
tions nuer neiug with tho allies in
France since the beginning of the
While officialdom seems to appreci
ate America's position fully the
Frenchmnnin-the-streets says "Amer
icans are patient." Yon kiinw by the
way ). says it that he thinks the
1 nited States stands for pence-nnd-makiiig-lnts-of
the country is rolling in wealth, ninkiug
and selling munitions and that in or
der to keep this state of nffairs go
ing, the nation will balk at almost noth
ing; that with 1'ncle Sam, dollars count
before idenls, big business before pres
tige nnd diameter.
President Wilson, in his western
speeches-, made it plain that. Colonel
House or some of his other pulse-feelers
in Europe had found thi.i siime thing
true of Europe in general. On the oth
er hn,:d, one discovers few Americans
who seem to realize the deadly earnest
ness of the French, t have been fre
quently asked what Franc thought of
France is not thinking of pence nnd
if you would insult a Frenchman, all
you havo to do is to suggest peace to
"We did all we rnnl.l l,,,,,.,,,.i.i.. i,.
hnve pence a yea rago," he says. "Now
'an oniy come arter wo lick the
Germans. ' '
This is no bluff and bluster. He
means it, every word. He says it quiet
ly but with a sort of religious fervor
in his voice, his jaws set, face grim
So don't misunderstand the French
man. His country is so teetotally set
on fighting it out to n victory wheth
er this takes months or years that
there is something in his determination
that is almost, wierd.
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Last Chance Today 1
And His Own Company f 1
Matinee and Evening
7:00 p. m. and 0:00 p. m.
5 acres, $.13 per year.
i PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE
! We can exchange your property for
! what you want. List with us. No
j trade, no commission.
A. E. Austin Tuesday ev-
' on a paved street. Paving paid. For
! $280 cash. You will have to act quick
j to get this.
j 10-ACRE TRACT
' close in, deep rich Black soil. Price
; for a few days only $1,N00, terms,
j 24 acres, all under cultivation, $2,400,
. terms. 9S acres well improved on How
i ell Prairie, only $9,000, terms. 13H acres
! well improved with all stock, crop, im
! plements, everything goes at $05 per
I acre, terms. 20 acres Rosedale dis
i trict, $75 per acre.
I Wo can place your money on good
! real estato security.
New Todav ads costs you Ui thin
you think worth more than you
Before vou buy any r'nl estate, see
L BECHTEL & CO.
317 State Street. Phone 452.
If thi carrier oe not glT
aerrice notify the office
home of Mrs
Walter Rice loft Friday for Nebraska
where he will spend the remainder of
Mrs. E. 11. Wright and daughter,
Elanor, went to Salem Monday, where
they attended the funeral of Mrs J
R. Hinkle. Mrs. Wright had known
Mrs. Hmkle ever since they were chil
dren. Mr. and Mrs. (ieo. Lindahl will leave
the first of the week for Coons Rapids
Iowa, where Mr. Lindahl has accepted o
position with one of the hardware stores
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Settlemier enter
tained a few of their friends at dinner
Saturday evening. The guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Ray McKinney, Mr. and
Mm. Lyman Shorey, Miss Conklin and
Miss McKnight. After dinner the even
ing was spent in playing cards.
Miss Gwendolyn O. Evans, of fanbv
and Miss El.la A. Baxter, of Oregon
City, were week-end gncsts of the lat
ter's grandmother, Mrs. M. E. Baxter.
Of unusunl interest to their friends
here wn the announcement of the wed
ding Saturday, February 5. at the home
of the bride', sister. Mrs. T. F. Patter
son of this city, of Mis Gladys Warner
and Mr. Gustavo A. Taw. both of Sa
lem. The wedding tools place in the ev
ening. The bride nnd groom stood under
an arch of ferns and Oregon rrape.
The bride looked very charming in a
dron of white silk crepe de chine. Rv.
Lester Toor performed the ceremony
Mrs. Taw is the daughter of Mr. niid
Mrs. T. S. Warner, formerly of this
city. She is at present a stenographer
at the state house. Mr. Taw is a drug
gist of Salem, and formerly worker nt
the .Tolinwin t Slovey Drug eomnnny
of this city, and has many friends here.
HER MOTHER'S SECRET'
Fox Fi 'lduction.
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SCtNl MSM WMAT Will F0PlSAJf
"What Will People Say?" the next
five part feature picture which will
be show here at Ye Liberty theatre on
Sunday and Monday, promises to bo the
treat of the sea-ion. It is a Metro pro
duction, containing all the elements that
have made Metro the acknowledged
leader in ths motion picture world, with
Mme. Pttrova, the gifted emotional
actress, in the stellar role, and a strong
supporting cast. It was produced for
the Metro Pictures Coropration, by the
Popular Play and Players, and is a pic
turization of tho famous novel of the
same name by Rupert Hughes, one of
the foremost American dramatists and
novelists. This combination goes (u :
make "What Will Peoplo Sayf" an!
offering of unusual interest to all the
photopliiy goidng public. Mmo. Petrovn
will be remembered for her notable
work in the previous Metro master
pieces, "My Madonna," "Thn Vam
pire" and "The Heart of a Tainted
EMPRESS S. & C. VAUDEVILLE
Get the Money
Harry Mason and His Players
Barber and Jackson Gerard and West
Comedy A BREEZE FROM
SINGING and TALKING MUSICAL COMEDY
Johnson and Connefl "Cadieux"
"THE SWEDE and ASTONISHING FEAT8 ON
THE GIRL" THE BOUNDING WIRE.
Bud Snyder & Co.
Comedy Sensational Cyclists
Matinee and Evening