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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEB. 25. 1916.
New Spring Merchandise on Display
Throughout Salem's Big Store
These fresh showings of beautiful Spring Goods will be of interest to all who are
interested in the latest things for the coming season.
New Suits, New Coats, New Dresses,
New Waists, New Skirts, of
Utmost Quality and Style
(Watch our window displays for the new things)
New Spring Footwear. New Spring two
tone Taffetas. New Crepe De Chines and
Tub Silks. New Spring Wash Materials.
New Spring Hats for Men. New Silk Hosiery.
New Laces and Embroideries. New Suits
Millinery Department Space on second floor For
Rent Inquire at Office.
No bankrupt stocks or discarded
merchandise -sold over our counter.
When you purchase hero you get
good goods. 30 years of successful
merchandising in Salem.
JJl.. " JLJL
Quality and Service
All Around Town
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glass-
correctly. U. 8. Hank, illdg.
A misisonary from the Philippine Is
lands, the Kev. George li. ). I'otersou,
will speak lit tiic .First Methodist church
next Sunday evening.
Order your pure milk and cream
from Mnplo Grove Dniry, 1215 South
Commercial. 1'hone 208.
"There is a reason" for
the success of the
We made it possible for
the people of Salem to
obtain choice meats at
We ask you after looking
at the matter fairly
whether we have suc
ceeded and are deserv
ing of your patronage.
Dr. Stone -a Errog store.
The following persons were register
ed at the Port land hotel yesterday :
John Savage, Nortnnia; George il.
Graves, F.nion; (!. 1. I'utnam, Perkins.
Dr. Stone g drug store.
James 0. Johnson, of Gold Beach, is
a candidate for nomination by the re
publican party for the office of dis
trict attorney for Curry county.
$2 folder cards. Trover-Weigle Studio.
0. W. Fulton, of Portland, filed today
as .i candidate tor the office of dele
Kate to the national republican conven
tion, with the slotian, "For Hughes for
$2 folder cards. Trover-Weigle Studio.
Jcny Rusk, of Union county, well
known in Salem as the speaker of the
house of representatives in 101 1, lias
announced as ti candidate for the pub
lic service commission from eastern Oregon.
When you drink Welnhard's Golden
Sector or Apploju you spend your nion
I ey in Oregon. .Served at I'uul'Mnrnnek,
1 10 iNorth Commercial.
i The basketball game which was
scheduled to bo played in Salem tumor-
row evening between the O. A. C. team
land Willamette university- h
postponed until next Tuesday cveniiiir
February 2!). "
Suits sponged and pressed 50c. Tel. 13.
J. A. Buchanan. Of Rosnhnro- . .
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Minium ior noininaiion hy the
u Nlr,v ir t no otlice of
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il1'".' . nil iiiiii i ii 1 1 ill mill t ........:
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ng ho counties of Lane, Doughs, Coos,
Henton, Lincoln and Curry.
John Claire Mouteith, toacher of sing
ing, in Silem Snturdays. Call L'Ol.VJ.
The children will be entertained tomorrow-morning
at the regular hour at
the public library by Miss Amv Mar
tin, a teacher from the rrk 'school.
... .s .uarun is an interesting
in unii ine cniiiircn are
an entertaining half hour.
,r0rd' y"r pure milk, creaan and
Maple Grove butter from Maple Grove
Uaiiy, 1215 .Soulh Commercial. 1'hone
A Washington oirthday party will
be held tomorrow afternoon bv the sen
ior Girls King's Heralds of "the First
Methodist c.'iurch, at the homo of Mrs.
A. A. Lee, J ,11 5 State street. The
hostesses are Florence Young, Mabel
I'otson .tad Jonuoll Vandervort.
Suits sponged and pressed coc. Tel. 43.
Edgar B. Piper, managing editor of
inn wregoiunn, will address tho Si
O'clock club of the Kr.it Method
church nt tho meeting to bo held next
Tuesday evening in the uluircli parlors,
lie will speak on "National Preparedness."
Stated meeting of De
Molay Coniimindery No.
ii, rv. T., this evening.
Visiting Sir Knights arc
The Salera Festival Chonts, under the
efficient direction of Prof. F. S. Men
denimll is making good progress in its
rehearsals of the "Hymn of Praise"
.Hid "The Crusaders. "' The annual con
cert of the society will be given about
the middle of March.
Pierre L. Traglio, the artist who
designs flouts for the Portland Kose
festival pageants, is in Salem today on
iv visit at the homo of his father, Pierre
U Traglio, Sr., who resides on North
17th street. Mr. Traglio is a former
resident of West Salem.
An auction sale will be held at the
f irm of YV. S. Cotton, one mile south of
Zona, Polk county, Thursday, March 2,
at 10 o'clock. M. F. White 'will be auc
tioneer ami a long list of livestock,
I'a rm implements nnd household goods
will bo disposed of to tho highest bid
ders. Ed. Piaseki, graduate of Willamette
university, li)i.!, was given the examin
ation before tho examining bonrd last
evening at the armory for first licu
temint. lie is now with Company T.. nt
Dallas. Mr. Piaseki is practicing law I
wim uscar iiayter, at Dallas.
A requisition wai issued hy Govern
or Withy-combe today on the governor
of California for the' extradition of Le
land Swift, who is wanted by the auth
orities of Malheur county. He is charged
with the crimes of larceny of a mare,
and forgery. Sheriff Hen. ,r. lirowu,
of Malheur county obtained the requi
sition. The city of Salem is now the own
er of a Ford car of the latest model,
purchased yesterday. The car is for the
use of tho street commissioner and i
to be re-modeled, into a truck and used
mostly in carrying men ami tools to
different parts of the city. The cur
was purchased by tho street committee
under tho authority given it at the lust
meeting of the city council.
The Philippine Islands and our duty
towards tho islands will be discussed
Sunday evening at the First Methodist
church by the Kev. I). (). Peterson, who
has -spent many years in that country
as missionary. Besides the work of tl-
eliurch in the islands and what has been
done, ho will discuss the bill introduced
in congress, giving independence to the
islands within a few years.
Rosebud Class Forms
The Rosebud cluss of the Leslie M. K.
Sunday school met at the home of itr.
and -Mrs. E. A. Khotca at 1415 South
Liberty street, yesterday ufternoou and
organized a Queen Esther circle. Of
ficers were elected as follows: Lucille
Olson, president; I.eona Morgan, vice
president; Helen Peterson, correspond
ing secretary; Veda Rhoten, literary
secretary; Helen Frcy, mite-box secre
tary, and Mrs. Gibbs, teacher of the
class, was chosen director.
Brief talks were made by Mrs. l"n
derhill, Mrs. Gibbs and Rev. J. C. Spen
cer. Those present were: Mrs. A. A. Un
derbill, Mrs. Gibbs, Kev. J. C. Spencer,
Gladys Olsen, Lucille Olsen, I.eoun Mor
gan, Klsie Boynton, Florence Simons,
Alice Horhnrdt, Helen Fry, Anita Rob
erts, Helen Peterson, Cleo Walker, Mil
dred Judson, Ida Vogt, Adra Harmon,
Caroline Christanc and Kdith Senmster.
After the organization was completed
dainty refreshments were served by the
The committee on lights of the city
council this morning granted to Gard
ner and Keene permission to erect un il
luminated clock in front of their place
of business on State street. The com
mittee being of the unanimous opinion
that, all gooil citizens should be home
and in bed before midnight, decided
that 12 o'clock at night wis late
enough to warn the wayfarer of the
passing of time.
Siphoning of the mill race at Churcl
street is under consideration by the
street committee of the city council,
but no definite action has as yet been
taken. Should the race be siphoned
it would lower the level of the street
nt this point about three feet. Siphon
ing is necessary to put the street in
condition for the proposed paving of
Church street from Stale to -Mission.
"Spinners of Speech" Is the special
reel, the property of the Pacific Tele
phone and Telogrnpn company, which
will bo shown Sunday evening nt the
First Congregational church. All the
tclephono operators and linemen anil
employes of the company have been giv
en nn invitation to attend tho services.
Tho reel shows tho various stages of
construction work and manufacturing
departments of the company.
Lamar Tooze, who came into promin
ence when he accompanied the Ford
peace party to Europe and who is at
present a student at the University of
Oregon, in response to tho invitation of I
the commercial club to speak before
its members, writes manager O. H. Luck
as follows: "I am ide.'ised to accent
your invitation to address the member
rtU SPRING SHOWING
They are here and we want our patrons who have been waiting for the arrival
of our new stock of Packard Shoes to come in and see what an enormous stock of
Spring Shoes we have.
All styles in English walk
ing, lace and button, in
military and medium heels,
in conservative styles
Shoes built right, prices
right and feel right.
$4.00, $4.50, $5 and $6
Shoes with a reputation as
cannot go wrong
I All Styles
371 State Street
All you can eat, prepared, served and
prices right. Jims tieorge knows how.
-o-- .-Nino street.
After several delays the long looked
for "(io hir Plcturos" were shown nt
the llligh ttimtrc today. The mnviea
show County Clmk (ichlhar and Thomas
urown, the father of the bill, bninino-
! J.I.UOO gopher scalps in the furnace nt
un- court nouso wim tne county commis
sioners looking on while the scalps
ul.i..k .1 1.. A.I. . 1,1 ......
... ivm iiiu coiling ?..iuu went up in
CARS Or ANT KIND, TOE
ANY PLACE, AT ANT TIME
Good Oarage in connection foi
torige of can,
SALEM TAXI CO.
OPEN ALL NIOHT.
Hi State Stmt
AIM Ntca Line of
. Maaonlc Bldg.
Sez I to Myself
I call buy
1 lb. can of ground
Chocolate for 30c
Damon Blend Flour
$1.20 per sack
Best No. 1 Hard Wheat
Flour $1.50 Sack
Best Unbleached Hard
Wheat Flour $1.40 Sack
Corn Meal 30c per Sack
Salmon, 3 cans 25c;
95c per Dozen
40c Oranges for 35c
Good Eating Apples
70c per Box
3 Pounds of Pure
Strained Honey for 25c
5 Pounds of New Crop
Italian Prunes for 25c
26 Pounds for $1.00
1 Quart of Home Made
Dill Pickles 15c
2 Quarts of Home Made
Kraut for 15c
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR
Best 35c Coffee for 30c;
STKl-X ( I T.
2 Loaves of Bread for 5c
Damon & Son
855 N. Commercial St.
We sell for less because
we sell for cash and are
out of the high rent
G. W. JOHNSON & CO.
141 North Commercial Street Salem, Oregon
siiip of your club Saturday evening,
Muri'h 4.M The address will be inveii
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in tho auditorium of the club. I
O. E. Prioe, of the Price Shoe com-!
puny, will jrive n line party for his em
ployes on the evening of March 2. This'
is the evening the Moose lodge will give
their great and only entertainment and!
Mr. Price has reserved a row in the
dress Circle. Line parties are beeoni-:
ing quite the thing since Vick Bros,
started the fashion by t iking the en
tire first row of the balcony.
Through Mrs. Edyth Tozier Wetherred :
it was made known to the Klhs at their i
meeting last, evening that the state l'airj
board would co-operate with the Klkj
lodge of this city in making Thursday!
of state fair week one of the big days'
of the state fair. The Klks will Soon!
Appoint n committee to take up with the!
I lodges of the state the proposition of
preparing a special program for that
day and the attending of llk lodges in
"SALEM'S BEST MARKET PLACE"
Now at 426 State Street
Special Sale of Canned Fruits ends Saturday. All our 25c Canned
fruits at l9c each, 3 for 50c
Mrs. Sawyer will place on sale with us, Saturday, her famous Caramel
Chocolate and White Cakes at 50c each; Sunshine Cakes, 80c each.
' Order early.
Salt Raising and Yeast Bread .'. 10c Loaf
We have a limited supply of small potatoes, while they last, lc per lb.
FEUIT HEADQUARTERS Finest Fruit-Lowest Prices.
426 STATE STREET PHONES 830 and 810
Bean George H. Alden, of Willam
ette university, and Attorneys Uollin
K. 1'agi: nnd Krnest Blue went to Wood-1
burn this afternoon to judge .i debate.
The debate will be a three cornered ori
triangular affair as three schools, Jef ! J J
ferson, Woodburn nnd Kstacndn willV
t ike part, to decide the championship ot 'jtj
I he northern Willamette valley league. hi
The winner will meet the Albany high "
school team, March 4, ns this team i j I.
the winner of the upper valley league. m-m
D. Shono, of ToJryo, Japan, manager 1
of i tourist agency, has written the
commercial club that now is the time to ' gj
visit. .Tii mi n ns 1'n I'hnrrv i,w u-ill nnnii ? 2
be iii bloom nnd that the spring time is !
ine iiicni time 10 visit nis country, lie 1 1
also suggests that, while the Americans
were busy in 191 J with their big expo-
u;iw... l,i ... t toil! i....l.l Kn
r-HIVIII, IUV .-Mim till UL li'lll '1UIIIII
about the right time to do some touring U
in Jup.in and accordingly has sent a
folder, with views of tho scenery to be
seen in that far off country and de
scriptions of their attractive points ot'i
n V! m m i n T m w T1! T! W "B 7f ?! f" ?T ?! II
Got prices on commercial printing
at The Capital Journal office.
Lincensed Lady Em
balmer Moderate Prices
Latest Methods Are
Found Only At
rhone 724. Salera, Ore.
Have gas pipes installed.
It Saves the sod.
Ask us about Free Service
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