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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, FEB. 12, 1916.
We Cordially Invite You to View These Early Showing
of Spring Merchandise
New Coats, New Skirts
Fashions latest garments are arriving daily at Salem's style store Many of
the new models arrived during the past few days.
The New Coats
Embody the very latest style ideas Chinchillas, Corduroys, Velours, Poplins
are popular fabrics in flame color, Alice Blue, Gold, Champagne, Green, '
White and novelty stripes.
The New Suits
In many dainty models of silks and wool fabrics, checks, stripes and plain
colors leather trimming is very much in evidence.
The New Skirts
Are noticeable for the striking effects and stylishness black and white ef
fects are prominent stripes are most popular with check a close second.
782nd Wednesday Surprise Feb. 16th
A Sale of Dainty Boudoir or Breakfast
Caps at 39c each
A rousing sale of pretty morning Caps made of China Silk
Satin Crepes Ribbons Laces and Insertions several dif
ferent styles to select from. These are absolutely new we
procured them as an extra value offering for this sale
They're worth much more. All who have seen them are sur
prised at the unusual value
FOR NEXT WEDNESDAY 39c Each
Sale starts at 8:30 . No phone orders Taken.
(See the window display.)
New Spring Silks
NEW CHANGEABLE SILKS
NEW CHIFFON TAFFETA
NEW STRIPED CREPE DE
These are among the new piece
goods beautiful color effects
depicting Spring In all its
New Spring Hats for Men
New Spring Footwear for
Men and Women
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
jV 1 finopl cooD S fell-
l AL JONES SAYS
Charges That Richardson
Twisted Figures Unjustly
to Show Alleged Loss
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HEXPIUCKS At the country place of
the Schulingor cheese factory on tb
Asylum farm roail, Christina Hen
dricks, in his TNth year,
lie was born in Witzwoith, Prussia.
October 28, LS;S7. After serving in th-i
Franco-Prussian war, he came to tht-.
country ami settled in Illinois, taking
out his naturalization papers in 1 S 7 .
He came to Salem about 14 years ago.
No immediate relative!) survive, hi-i
wife having died 'M) yens ago. He wn-;
a member of the loc.il Herman society
and had many friends.
Funeral services will be held Monday
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon from tli
undertaking parlors of Kigdon and
Kicliardson, the Ifev. (leorge Koehle--,
conducting. Iinriul will be in the City
"riggers can't lie but figgerers can"
says W. Al Jones relative to the re
port of the expert accountants on the
state fair books which purported to
, . . , , STEKLE At his home. 1:107 Nort'i
show that the ex-secretary operated ,, . , . . ', , ., ,
' 1 ( oiumercial street, rriduv, I-ebruur.
the state fair at on actual loss of n. un ,':,th.in Steele, 'in his K5t
$1502 rather than a gain of about year,
$3,000 as first reported at the final He was born in Ireland, his parentii
meeting of the board before A. IT. Lea coming to Poteisboro, Canada, whe.i
was elected to succeed V. Al Jones as he was but six months old. n 157 h
secret arv. was married to Miss Isabella Wood o
Mr. Jones has not seen the report ()f I'ftfisloro. To this union, twelve ehi'
the expert but savs thev have charged H"'11 w,'ri SIX hu's si R'1'''
him uniustlv of" entering into un-! 'I,'l",.v, lived cm rf tarn, near L.iketiol.l,
authored contracts snce he was nu- ( ""'"V1 '"'l'1 1 7. " , e
thorized to proceed with President ! ""'! "''' ,.lav",S ,soM ;'
., ... . .... ...... ... 1 1 iiriii in I oik county in l!)0t. lie niove.i
I nuuin 10 employ a u k aiui outer ai- i . ., , , . , . .
.. - .r L ." .. . , to Salem anil has mine this dtv
; tractions and that it would have been I .
1 1 folly and useless to be obliged to call , . - -, . .
the hoard togetner every time some',,,, , . ,. ,,.,,;,
t lnanufacturer wanted to rent a hundred j Ml.S-' iUi'tin Hildebr.md iPu I
I, feet s uare feet of floor space. !I,S. Jessie Setwart. of Momnoulh: Mr-,.
Mr. Jones states that according to ! Kfl'ie Voung and Mrs. Daisy Kays, C
t)u uppmnitd no cliPikPil nn Dpctunlirtr kj..t - j....i 4f n.i i. i..
a I .. v j. ...i ... odit'iu , urui nit'ni1, 'in i uiiiiiiKi, nui
i, im 1-raiiK .iiereiuiu, me roriner ,.,f Steel, ot 'Twin Fulls. Idaho: Arthi'c
1 1 secretary, had $5,02.11 on the books j Steele and Kdward Steele, of Suver, an l
I at that time and when .Mr. Jones j William Steele and Donald Steele of Sr-
turned the books over to A. II. Lea I lem. lie is .ilso survived bv two brot I'
ll there was a credit of $.8208.08. Mr. j ers and a sister in Canada, and a brotb-
! Jones says he placed over $11,000 in or of Suver. Thirty grandchildren anl
permanent improvements on the fair nine great grandchildren survive.
T I grounds and buildings and that it tuiieinl services will be held at l'i
I would be as Ulliust to cliarge tins to o ciuch .iumia,y murmiig lium uieciiap-
ioneratintr expenses as it would havolel ot Webb and lough, 'liie
i been to charge (hat Frank Meredith
Most $ii0,000 in 1SI14 because the new
Ipavillion was erected.
i Mr. Jones promises to air the actual 1 1
i financial condition of the fair as soon ATTENTION, G. A. R. AND W. R. C
Ijas he has had a chance to look over
the report of the experts, inis report
T I is now in the Governor's possession and
iwill he 'conducted by the Rev. Carl i.
Klliott and burial will bo in the (.'it "
i. : as
Rev. James Klvin, pastor of the. Coi
' gregatiunnl church, has extended a co
dial invitation to all liatriotic bwlir-
town today it was impossible to secure ! nml individuals, to attend a patriot!
the report. : service at his church on Sunday, Feb
ruary IS, at 11 o'clock a.
a ,i i r ft lot' the Sedgwick Tost, J4o. 10, and
Urnet s Lontession shows i se,igwi, k w. r. c, no. i, win meet
Reason of Girl's Death
All Around Town
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glass
es correctly. U. 8. Uank. Bldjf.
Dr. Stone - brag Btor.
A basketball game is billed tonight
between the Y. M. O. A. team and the
Chemnw.i players, and will bo played at
the V. M. U. A. gymnasium. Coach
Mathews of Willamette university will
Order your pure milk and cream
from Mnplo Grove Dairy, 1215 South
Commercial. I'liona litis. tf
O. H. P. Cough Syrup will stop your
eough. No cure, no pay. For salo 't
the Opera House Pharmacy. tf
T. M. Barr, of this city, was awarded
the contract for the heating of the pro
posed forestry building at Corvallis.
Ilia bid was $-M24. Six bids were re
ceived by the government. Mr. Unrr's
was the lowest, with the next lowest bid
Dr. Stone 'i drug stars.
Electric baths ana massage wider
your physician's directions. N. N. Ira
ni, 18 Hubbard Bldg. Phone 555. tf
The Capital Business college will
hold its annual reception this evening
at the Moose hull. A special program
has been prepared and the evening's
entertainment will closo with tho serv
ing of refresiiments.
"The best male quartet Ui the busi
ness" at tae armory Monday evening,
The Metropolitan Male Quartet at the
armory Monday evening, 8;,10.
Although gasoline, sugar and flour
uppenr to have reached tup prico
for the present, the good housekeeper
niay derive some satisfaction from the
fact tiint eggs are now. sidling for .'Ij
cents a dozen and they will not be any
higher for months and months.
Dr. R, T. Mclntyre, physician and
surgeon, 214 Masonic Illdg. I'iione 410.
The commlttoes are leaving nothing ed April 15, 1805, at 7:30 a. m. is as fob points including St. Paul, Minneapolis.
undone to mnke a success of the Wash
ington's Hirtiidny dinner to be given
Tuesday, February 22, (i to 8 p. in. at
the First Methodist church. Price 3oc
The basketball games this afternoon
between the (irant and Lincoln junior
lmvs.: "Abraham t-Lincoln died this; uninna ami -ew vmcnus
morning at 22 minutes past 7 o'clock."
A local council of the world's social
progress movement will be formed in
tho citv next Tuhursdoy evening by
Hisnop 'William M. liell, 1). 1)., of Los
Angeles. Arrangements will be made
high schools resulted in a victory for j lor a meeting mid dinner when the
Mrs. Arnold nnd family are spending
Sunday at the Matthews ranch near
Stone's Heave Drops cures
Price $1. For sale by all drug-
Lincensed Lady Em
balmer Moderate Prices
Latest Methods Are
Found Only At
Phone 724. Salem, Ore.
Smelt are now In the market retailing
at 12 1-2 cents tv pound. They are gill
netted as they huve not come up the
Columbia to any extent on account of
the swift current.
Let us figure on your new awning. E.
L. Stiff & Son.
Neil Dressier has been visiting a
few days with his cousins, Mrs, Helen
Uibby and sister.
All kinds of furniture repaired at E.
L. Stiff & Son.
A new desk has been installed at the
public library. It is a small desk which
will bo in the reference room. The
librarinn will do part of her work here
where it will bo moro convenient for
people to ask for information.
Note. Why worry about collecting
your rent or getting a tenant for your
vacant house. Let L. Iiechtel & Co. do
Complaint has been made to the pub
lic service commission regarding the
dumping of refuse in Salem from the
passenger trnins passing through the
city. Official of the road liavo noti
fied the commission that the matter
will be attended to and that hereafter
there will be no cause for complaint.
Exchange your old furniture for new
at K, L. Stiff & Son.
The primary department of the Lin
coln school will assemble Monday morn
ing in tho residence at 1110 South Lib
erty street. The house has been equip
ped with juvenile chairs and tables and
everything is now ready for the 30 pu
pils of the primary grade from the Lin
coln school, who will be in charge, of
Miss Abbio Davis.
(.runt with a score of Lincoln 12 and
tlrant 28, The tlrant school basketball
players feel they are getting in line
for championship honors.
The rooms of the commercial club
arc dated for three evenings next week.
Monday night, the Salem Floral society
will hold an important session, Tuesday
evening the commercial club oxpert
chess and checker players will endeavor
to redeem themselves iu a contest with
the Salem Chess and Checker club, .ind
Wednesday night the club members will
hold their regular monthly meeting.
Shorthand at night. Having had call
for a beginning class in shorthand ut
night, one will ho started on Monday
evening if a sufficient number enroll to
justify the expense. Call or phone Cap
ital Business College on Monday.
The fire department was called out
last night at 10 o'clock to put out a
fire on the roof of the residence of
Chief .Instice Moore at 020 Oak street.
A small hole was burned in the roof but,
the dainago was slight. At !i o'clock
yesterday -afternoon the department
was called out by a fire nt the residence
of tleorge Uray at 12S1 State street,
where an Ironing board was consumed
with slight damage.
Mrs. F. L. Purvine, of 1009 Rose
street, is in possession of a copy of tho
New York Herald, dated Saturday,
April 15, lSti5. The paper announces
the assassination of President Lincoln
and the official announcement by F.d
win M, Stanton, secret in- of war. A
dispatch from the war department, dnt-
Alto ft Nice Line of
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dinner for you. 202 State street.
Benjamin Brick will go to Portland
tomorrow to complete his list of at-!
tractions for the great and only Moosoj
entertainment to be given at the opera!
House .March 2. llimles Holunson, as
sistant district attorney of Midtiioina'.i
county, has promised Mr. I!ri k ho will
put on a xpeci.il comedy act.
I Hoar Bishop w. M. Bell, D. D., of Los
i Angeles. Cnlifoi nia, nt the I'nited
' lirethien church, corner Seventeenth
and Nebraska Ave. Sunday evening.
IFcbrmry 13, 7;30. Bring a friend.
OARS or ANY KIND, TOR
ANT PLACE, AT ANY TIME
Good Garage In connection (or
storage of cart.
SALEM TAXI CO.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
210 State Street
bishop will give general information on
the movement in wntcii ne is so inucn
Coach Mathews, of Willamette uni
versity, is evidently 'some conch, as he
has taken the university team and
brought them up into tho championship
playing class. TIhumC f.uniliar with the
work of Mr. Mathews nnd his methods
of training, are giving him full credit
for the excellent work of tho univer
Mrs. Edyth Tozier Wetherred will ad
dress the Monday night meeting of the
Salem Floral society, to be held nt S
o'clock in tho Commercial club rooms.
J. W. Mnruny, president of the society,
wishes the public to understand that
all are invited to attend tho meetings,
and that it costs but 25 cents a year to
become tin active member.
The committee in charge of the Lin
coln banquet to be given tonight at the
Hotel Marion by tho S.ilem Kepublicnn
club, reports that the reservations for
tho plates are rapidly being made and
the indications are that a "full house"
will be present. Ladies are especially
invited and it is expected th.it a large
number will take advantage of the op
portunity to see how their husbands
perform at a political meeting.
WiUj almost double floor capacity,
the O. K. Price Shoe company is re.idy
for their annual spring sale and spring
business in general. A balcony 20 feet
in depth has been constructed in the
rear of the store room, with balconies
six feet wide extending n each side.
The entire room will be furnished in
mahogany and white and the floor car
peted in green.
The canoe trip from Corvallis to Al
bany was full of adventuro for two O.
A. C. students who arrived in the city
yesterday afternoon. The river was
swift and full of currents and eddies
.....I 11,., tun .(,,.l.,lu W .1 I'll un flll.l
L.iwrence Dutton are fully satisfied; "1J O'Kon
that a life on the ocean wave is noth
ing compared to canoeing on the Wil
lamette at flood time. The trip was
made in 0 hours and 20 minutes,
tiie fare to
Willamette valley points, by way ot
Portland is -f.'lo. From Chicago the
rate is $:t!..)0. It h.is been two years
since such low rates have been put in
The following were voted on and ad
mitted to membership in the Commer
cial club, at the meeting of the directors
held Friday noon: B. A. Shaver, who
has recently purchased the Fuller print
ing plant ;'R. C. Bnrth, of the office
of state superintendent of banks; and
F. A. Waters, of the Capital Posting
company.' Applications from others who
realize the advantages of becoming
members of the club, will be consider
ed at the next meeting of the board.
In order to maintain the present
standard pictures, the Itligh theatre and
the Oregon have been obliged to ad
vance their prices, and hereafter 15
cents will be the regulation adniitance.
The the.itres here in Salem are among
the last on the coast to advance their
prices. In almost all theatres of the
state using the highest price reels the
prices have already been advanced and
with the home management it seems to
have been a question of inferior reels Jt
ten cents or the best at 15 cents and
they chose the latter.
Wnukegan, 111., Feb. 12. After ad
mitting to Madison officials that he
had been with Marian Lambert, High
land Tarty high school girl before she
took poison in the woods here, William
Orpet, University of Wisconsin student,
denied hero today that . he had
seen the girl take poison. Brought
hero for further examination ho re
enacted the walk in the woods he took
with the girl while she pleaded with
him ndt to leave her, though he had
informed her that he was wedded.
He was taken to Lake Forest and
held for the inquest this .afternoon.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank the people for their
kindness and thoughtfulness towards us
during our recent bereavement and to
especially express our gratitude toward
the Woodmen of the World, Women of
Woodcraft and the Benevolent and Pro
tective Order of Klks.
.T. J. 11 INKLE.
It. A. H1NKLK.
O. j. DARLING AND FAMILY.
Get prices on commercial printing
at The Capital Journal office.
the north side of the church, and onto.'
in a body as nearly as possibly. Let
there be a general turnout of bot i
organizations. Uemember, this will li
a Lincoln memorial service.
W. I. Faulkner, commander; 11. Web
ster, adjutant Sedgwick Post, and Miv.
Laura B. MeAilams, president W. K. C
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Mr. ,T. T. Hunt, of Sublimity, -announces
his candidacy for the ot't'ic '
of county commissioner for ilario i
county. Mr. Hunt is 54 ye.irs old, tin
son of that old pioneer, (i. W. lluni,
who took up a donation land claim in
the Waldo hills in 1847. Mr. Hunt was
born on this old homestead and is proud
of the fact that none of it has ever
been deeded out of the family and that
it is still his home. He is one of th-
most successful farmers .ind stockmen
in the county, is wide awake and pro
gressive, and will, if elected, give th
county affairs the same careful con
sideration he does his private business.
He believes in public improvements,
such as good roads, these to be built nt
the county can jfford it without mak
ing too heavy the burlen of taxation.
He is indorsed for the place by leading
business men and fellow farmers froiti
all parts of the county.
The river this morning was up to the
1S.3 foot, gnage mark and gradually
Hilling. The fall of last night and
tod.iy was checked to some extent by
the rains at Kugene the middle part of
the week. Xow that this water has
passed, the fall of the river will bn
rapid. Wednesday morning at 8:00
o'clock the river's guage was 20 feet;
Thursday morning. 2.'l feet above low
water; Friday morning nt S o'clock,
!!.!) feet above nnd this morning, 18.3
Mrs. L. E. Troyer will preach morn
ing and evening tomorrow at the First
Baptist, church. For the past 12 years
she has been active in missionary work
in Mexico and Porto Rico and at pres
ent, with her husband, has charge of
the Spanish missionary work in south
ern California for the American Bap
tist Home mission society. Mrs. Troyer
is a sister of Mrs. K. O. Siecke of this
city and will stny in the city a few
days. She is now on a two months'
leave of absence and has been giving
this time to lecturing in Washington
The Oregon Elec
tric will run spe
cial train Monday,
February 14th, for
of those ntteuding
the Willamette val
ley hog raisers con-
I """""" I vention at Portland,
leaving Salem nt 8:55 a. m., arriving
Portland at 10:25 .i. m. Return tickets
will be honored on all regular trains.
S mum PV
C I lllllUK I
Low colonist rates to . the ..Pacific
coast will be granted bv the Oreuon
Klectrict and Spokane, IVitbind ami! kun shipments.
Seattle r.iilronds, beginning March 25
and ending April 14, inclusive. The
rates will apply from Chicago, St.
Louis, New Orleans and other Mis
sissippi river points. Special efforts
in ottering a low colonist rote the to se
cure actual homcseckers rither than
tourist travel. From all Mississippi
From receipts of four cases a week, to
that of 1)0 eases of eggs a week is the
record made by the S.ilem Poultry and j
Kgg Circle, since it was organized here!
Inst July. The membership has alsoj
increased from the half dozen men who!
believed in organization to its present1
number of 00, and is still growing. lie
aides the membership of 00 in the im
mediate icinity of Salem, the Circle'
ships for the Kgg Circles of Woodburn,'
Dallas, lorvallis and St.iyton. Saerill
Fleming is manager and was re-elect
ed at the meeting of tho directors of
tho I irele, which met last month. Ship
ments are being made mostly to Spokane'
and Portland and during the cold and
stormy weither prices as high as 50
cuts a dozen were realized on the Spo-
Wait No Longer
AT A GREAT SAVING
Suits, Underwear, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, Neckties
All Reduced. You can buy now for less as we are
cleaning out our stock. Get our prices and see what
G. W. Johnson & Co.
141 North Commercial Salem
Washington, Feb. 12. The Filipino
independence bill, in which the seu.itej
provided for freedom for the island
within four years, will be amended by
the houe Philippine committee to pro ,
vide such freedom iu 10 years. I
HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT how
strong a connection there is between
Eyestrain and Headache I ,
Eminent authorities agree that Eye
strain is the root of many nervous
Keniove the CAUSE by WEARING TROrER 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. Phone 109