THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEB. 29, 1916. FIVE Sale Commences at 9 A. M. II K We Announce the Opening f Our ixoeomy easement Tomorrow Wednesday' March 1st We have combined this Economy and SHOE BARGAIN BASEMENT And you will find many extreme values in the Basement. Tomorrow the Economy Basement offers you a Be Be Remnant Day This includes Silk, Velvet, Embroider', Laces, Wool, Ginghams, Percales, Etc., Remnants Tomorrow Only, All Remnants 5c Also the following Specials Silks and Cotton Waists, values to $2.50, now JQC eac, Men's and Boys' White Shirts, now jqc Wool Capes, 10c each; Dressing Sacques, 10c each; Boys' Caps and a few Hats for Men, 10c each; Children's Dusters, 10c each; Children's Dresses, 10c each; Separ ate Jackets, 10c each. Also Children's Coats, values to $5.00, now $1,98 Dress Skirts, values to $7.50, now $1.80 And a world of other bargains. A Big New Assortment of BERRY DISHES In Oar 5c, 10c and 15c Basement TRY SALEM FIRST v . "PEG O' MY HEART' While the coming of "Fog O' My Heart" ia initself a matter of genuine theatrical moment, the faot that it will he presented by the lioston cant, which Oliver Morosco, the producer claims is the best cast ever assembled for his production of the M.uinors' comedy, lends added expectancy to its engage ment. "1'ek O' My Heart " will be the attraction at the Grand March 4. With Florence Martin in the title role Miss Madeline L 'Estrange as Mrs. Chi- Two Days Only n n ' AiCWRHKIHBALLKDUHG, '" CAMILLE.' Today f ' . And Tomorrow Chester, Lillian Kemble Cooper, as Ethel her daughter, the snobbish Kgnish so ciety girl, Vork Erskine as Alnne her brother, an English cad, Eilmund Dalby as Christian Hrent, Charles Uenlon as Montgomery Hawks, the solicitor, and Fred L. Tiden as Jerry, the nobleman, the final engagement hero will beyond doubt be one of the interesting attrac tions of the current season. M.iil orders can be filled now. The box office saje will open on . The Freshman Glee has been post poned to March 1.-,, the. time will "be well used as several of the classes were not ipiito ready for the contest and the additional time will heli them out. 1 Is Growing Rapidly In Mem bers and Enthusiasm Would Beautify City If the suggestion of A. H. Lee, secre tary of the state fair hoard is followed, the ramping grounds near the fair grounds will not hereafter be used as a cow pasture. The new secretary stat ed this in an address last evening be fore the Salem Floral society, held in the auditorium of the Commercial elub. That Certain ground along the railroad part of the state fair grounds, should be given to tho Floral society for them to beautify, not only from an artistic standpoint, but for the advertising ef fect upon tourists passing through, was another suggestion of Mr. Lea. Working with the Floral society, he said that the fair grounds would in many ways be beautified. One of these was the changing of a low muddy spot on tne grounus into a pond, parVrt with flowers and another was the filling of several old wells, to be planted over with flowers, working with the society. Judge William Galloway in a short talk, referred to the time when he was president of the state fair board and the proposition of selling the land for 10 an acre was being favorably con sidered. The judge said that it was his deciding vote that saved tho fair grounds for tho state. He was in fa vor of the extension of a good road to the grounds from Capital street and thought that if the property owners would co-operate, the state and city wouia ao tnoir snare. Mrs. Edyth Tozier Wethnrred, who presided at tho meeting, supported Sec retary A. II. Lea in his ideas of im proving conditions in the camping grounds and the giving of the Floral society the privilege of beautifying the grounds near ,tho fouthen Pacififc road. Besides the addresses the evening's program included a vocal solo by Miss Marguerite Flower, n violin solo bv Miss Pearl George, a reading by Miss Pauline Remington and violin solo by Miss Edna Renison. The next meeting of the society will be held nt the Commercial club rooms Monday evening, March 13, and a pro gram of interest will be arranged. A the annual dues are only 23 cents, pub lic spirited citizens arc coming to the sunnorr or tne society as a matter of civic pride. Members added last even- in a were: Ivan Gk Martin. Willn TTnli..;,i Oscnr L. Dunlnn, Phil Asr.inwnlt. O. W. Johnson. Fav H. Coll ins. Znideo Vnlmcr Dan F. Langeuberg, Mrs. J. A. Todd nniinni uiiunwnv. .Mrs. AVillin.ni Cml loway. La Moinc It. Clark. S. E. Rhodes. Daisy M. Carter. Ottmnr IT t ,,.v t. A. L. Johnson, R. T. McTntyre, Ivan O. .ncuonaiu, M. r. Kiick, Perry Pickett Mrs. C. T. Follrich, Mrs. S. McElnen.! Mrs. W. V. Johnson. Robbers Make Quick Change In Store of G. W. Johnson & Co. The store of fi. W. Inl, J41 AOrtll ( OmmPhiHd utt-an. n.nu ed last night by robbers who outfitted themselves f'rnm head tn fnnt n. k..i $20 in cash in the pockets of their new sun, and departed, leaving their cast off garments on the floor. Entrance was gained by prying open a rear win dow. The heavy steel cl isps of the fire windows were sprung out enough to ad mit the body of a man and then the window was .jimmied. The night, prowl ers ransacked the desk for valuable pauers aid left the contents of the drawers scattered about the floor. From the cash register they secured about t20 in change. They emptied one entire c.iso in which were hung the higher priced ".ISs" and selected at least two suits of clothes anil those that did not ap pear to take their fancy they scattered about the floor. This morning when the store was opened twenty-five or thirty suits were found on f,e floor behind the shoe cases out of sight from the street. N'ewshoos were nki se lected by the fastidious robbers ami the old footgear was discarded ami left behind with the old suits. Whether or not the' thieves took new hats, shirts, or "something in neckties" is not known as the stocks of these goods were not disturbed. ON TRADE STREET TO upreme Court Reverses Northwest Governors Lend Judge Galloway's Ruling In Kurtz Case The supreme court today handed down a decision in the case of G. Frederick Kurtz against the Southern Pacific in which Chief Justice Mooro reversed the rulings of Judgo Galloway in the equity department of tho circuit court of Marion county. This suit was insti tuted by Mr. Kurtz to enjoin tho 8. P. from putting in a spur truck or switch track in front of his property on Church ana iraue street. The proposed switch Support to Plan For Co operative Market A plan to charter a steamer to carry Oregon fruit and fruit products to the European market was presented to Gov ernor Withycombc yesterday by E. L. Goodsell, of New York. Governor Withycombc approved of the plan along with the governors of Washington and Idaho. Mr. Goodsell will go at once to California whore his plan will be pre sented to the fruit men of that country tr.iek was to extend to the flour mills! and it is hoped that a hugo co-operative on this street. It was stated that about I marketing system may be perfected to fifty cars were loaded and shipped the vast benefit of the fruit growers of either to or from the mill each year and tho Pacific coast and northwestern that because the switch track" did not extend to the mill that it necessitated extra charges for drnyago states. Mr. Goodsell will present his plan before the Portland Chamber of Commerce Wednesday advocating a def ine railway company attempted toinite nliin of ortMiniVntion. which it is secure right of way in front of Mr. proposed to carry out in tho interests hurts' property and he refused and 1 nt tint fruit ttwlo-utrv in. vuuiuiia orciirvu iiiir passage of an ordinance ttirougli the city council authorizing them to use tho city's street "While the governor informed me that the state could not legally guar . ... , ,ij jurei t niitoe tno cnarter or a steamer withon IZ lVl T1" rai MT1UI-,r,"t l,r-i legislative action," satd Mr. Goodsell, 5.7?'A! h Ml:Kurtz ProP-l "he said he believed other interests in. No Unwarned Attacks To Be Made On Liners (Continued from page one.) in a. CAMILL 99 Alexandre Dumas' immortal drama is picturtzed by the distinguished producer, Mons, Albert Cappelani. Today - ?ni irtivif 1 Vi THEATRE Tomorrow m smy P2ckfo(f In THE FOUNDLING PATHE WEEKLY TODAY, TOMORROW and THURSDAY t ram- f!wm .fmmmmn V ' i h4 Mi I - if ' I mm Y j OREGON Today Tomorrow Thursday Big Banner Show DOROTHY GISH in "JORDAN IS A HARD ROAD" A Powerful Ktory of tho Great NorthweM. In Five Actf. Another Keystone Knockout "Fatty and the Broadway Stars' All greatest comedians on earth in one comedy. Fatty Arbuckle, Weber and Kield", William Collier, Raymond Hitchcock, Mack rienett and others. A sure cure for the blues. "Home of Triangle" i , ;..! ; " mP"'y the state could be found that would t TliT Vi' l,,mh lend their support. He proposed a plan W nz ? -th I'Z StTS, nk yUrt tJth, Portland 5 k. ,K --rket ftjat predicts of ... northwe, wiiich lntr fia,-...l u n f .i,., .., I successfully. He realizes tho need of leged damages of tho rduintiff I strong co-operative organizations among The suit was tried out in the circuit firowers court betore Judge Galloway nnd result ed in a decree for the railroad entitling mem 10 proceed with their track and Mr. Kurtz appe.iled to the supreme court from this decision. Mr. Kurtz further claimed damages because the presence of the cars on tho track and the tooting switch engines made his apartment house on this corner unsuit ed to tenants and had ticen largely va cant or let it reduced rentuls. Another residence on the same property he said at tho trial that he had been unable to rent at any price because the prospect ive tennants objected to tho presenco of a switch track so near to their front curb. In his opinion Justice Moore says: "It is believed the causo of justice will be promoted by making an injunc tion against any further alteration of tho street in front of the plaintiff's (remises temporary, and requiring tho excav.ition to be filled until his right has been secured by compromise, or if this cannot be obtained then by con demnation when the amount of damages which he has suffered can be determ ined by a jury. ' ' Justice Bean, Harris and Hcnson con curred in the opinion. Attorney Charles L. McN.iry, represented the "plaintiff and Halph K. Moody and George G. Hingham appeared for the defendants and respondents. I lie supreme court also held this morning that tne city councils cannot pass ordinances requiring all merchants to close their stores At ti o 'clock in the evening except on Saturdays in tho case of ( han Sing, hum iSm, mid others against the city of Astoria. These stores have a large number of customers who are fishermen who do imt get down town until after supper in the evening nnd when tiie city passed the six 'clock ordiiunco the storekeepers brought suit in the. circuit court which held in favor of the city. An opinion by Justice Burnett reverse,! the ruling's of the lower court. Tho other opinions t'idlow: A. L. Dundas vs. Grand View Land company, appellant, suit for an account ing, appealed from Multnomah county, opinion by Justice Burnett, judgment of Circuit Judge Kiivanaiigh for pi lin- iiil 111 III III (.1 1. It takes several vards additional cloth to make our "Hotel" Night Shirts, but they are big and loose and roomy, as a sleeping gar ment should be. If you want genuine sleeping comfort, try one of our night shirts. Heavy twill cotton at $1.25 and others at $1.50, $2, $3 and $1. Pajamas in all qualities and in a variety of materials. MS0NDBISH0P CO. The Toggery 167 Commercial St. Leading Clothiers armament unless tno armament is proved. It is, thecrfore. obvious that the imperial German government does not intend to revoke its pledges. "Tho imperial German government welcomes the intention of the American government about a modus vivendi be tween tho belligerents with regard to disarmament of merchantmen but it cannot see its way clear to cliango or postpone tho new orders, because the imperial German government can no longer permit submarines to be subject ed to illegal attacks by armed enemy merchantmen." The memorandum was signed by Am bassador Von Bernsforff, and append ed to it was a list of British liners, said to have attacked Austro-German sub marines. The German embassy today received from Berlin several alleged quotations from the British press, tend ing to show that offensive arming of merchantmen is admitted. i.em i. j in in i on i, Appellant, vs. Van Kinon Klevator company, et al, action for damages for person'.il injuries, ap pealed from Multnomah county, opinion by Justice Burnett, Circuit Judge Mc Giun's judgment for defendant af firmed. Louisa Johnson, appellant, vs. Port laud Kail way, Light and Power com pany, action for d. images lor personal injuries, opinion by Ju.dice Hcnn, Cir cuit Judge Kavanaugh's judgment for defendant affirmed. Logan & Blown, appellants, vs. A. M. Lansing Rebukes Bernstorff. Washington, Feb. 2!). Secretary of State Lansing today ngain directly re- tiunefl Ambassador Von Bernstorff for improper publicity work in the German-American diplomatic, situation. In a formal statement, he declared that morning paper reports of the contents of Germany's latest memorandum Inn' not been made public by himself or bv tho state department, mid that they hni' not expressed his view on the memor andum. Morning papers had printed what purported to be a paragraph of the memorandum. If. Parson et al, suit on a note, opinion by Justice Harris, judgment of Cir cuit Judge G.iteiis for defendant, modi fied. Motions to dismiss were denied in Lulu It. White vs. Kast Sido Mill & Lumber company, appellant, ami Bern ard l-'lynn, appellant, vs. Watson P. Davidson et al. Laura Gustin vs. Kly Gustin, -Appellant, suit, for divorce, appealed from Clatsop county, opinion bv Chief Just ice Moore, judgment f Circuit Judge Clooton for plaintiff modified. IVtitins for rehearing were denied in Lombard vs. Kies, Leslie vs. Niel, State vs. Ware. You get a paper full of read- ing, no contest dope. J NEW TODAY The Capital Journal will not be re sponsible for more than one insertion for errors in Classified Adrertise ment. Bead your advertisement the first day it appear and notify ui im mediately if it contains an error. PHOA'B 037 lor wood aw. EAKEY Windowcleaner. Phone 708. Mai3 Will i CI'TTEHSJ 2153.'. WANT K I) Phone-Mar7 FOB RENT Furnished rooms. Phone 3.R. Mar. -1. FOH RKNT Housekeeping rooms. Phone 2003M. tf WANTED A medium sized brooder. Phono -J2F2.). Fobl!l DRESS MAKING Mrs. Carrie Hod geis, 212 P. 19th. MarlO FOR tALK Two teams, harness and wagon. Phono 172L'. Ala i si FOR SALE Heifer, it months old. Call 7ltti North Mth street. Feb-Sl A GOOD MILK COW For sale cheap. -015 North Commercial. Alar! ROOJI AND BOARD In modem home. Phono 540, 391 N. CotUge. Feb29 PGR SALE lilocky work mare, single or double. Phono 25U2W-1. tf FOR RENT Furnished and unfurnish ed modern house. G. W. Johnson, tf W..NTED TO UK. XT ." or 10 acres, near Salem. U-S, care Journal. Feb:!: OAK, nsh, fir and maple cord wood. rnoneldliB-J. W. b. Proctor. MarlO FOR SALE Two speed Indian, equip ped, $100.00. Call Fire Dept., M!. Febl'St FOR SALE Choice, eating potatoes, not frosted, 00c per bushel. Phono -IU5A1. Feb29 WANTED To rent 7 or 8 room house reasonably closo in. Address N. K. O., care Journal. tf FOR SALE 15 acres bottom Ind, south of Marion. Mrs. . Thomas, Marion, Oregon. ApriJJ. FOR SALE lilltl Six cylinder Bnick automobile A-l condition. Price right. Phone L'31(iW. ALul WILSON' Strawberry plants, largo va riety, for sile, b.2r per thousand. It. 9. B. C. Zielinaki. Fcb29 WANTED 17 more sales people. Aindv at side door entrance. Ask for E. G. Seaman, Chicago Store. Feb. 29. A. F. TINGSTIIOM Non located at 612 Court street. I'piiolstcring, fur niture repairing and carpet cleaning. Feb2!) .-i V - ' ,l , x ; f -V - V . i 14 - - .".". ; : ; 1v .5 - '; Is ' " : ' y-. X M f ts 4r " . ? .' Cflff. , .J .. V: . j S'A !:! '" j " f - ''! .:'; ' J M - ( ' MARY PICKFORD The Famous PUvers-ParuiMunt Star. Th Salem Movie fans will have ino'ier eianc to see Maxy Plckford tWs weok at Ye Liberty theatre, Tuestay, Wediiewlay and TliiustUy. m 'Tne Foundling. . GOAT AND SHEEP SllEAIilN'U liy up to date power equipment. List your order at Salem Fuel Yards. Phone 5-. tf A. V. TINliSTliOM Now located at (M2 Court. Phone 2:10. Upholstering, furnitnro repaiiing ami carpet clean ing. Fob29 EXCHANGE Will sell good Barley motorcycle cheap, or trade for horse nnd buggy. Apply at Capital Journ al office. tf Foil SALE Established business, suit able for lady with small capital. No experience nccoss.iry. Address No. 75 cure Journal. Mnr4 FOB RENT Store, 21x163 feet, elee trio lights and steam heat. Bee Watt Bblpp Co., 219 Ncurtl Commercial street. Phone 363. U Folt SALE Kino residence lot, 152x103 feet, Capital and Center streets. Price $2800. Write J. W. JJcckley, Ner strand, Mjnncsota. Mar23 FOR SALE Cheap, a beautiful modern homo, buildings new including 3 icrcs of mixed orchard at city limits. Ad dress 75 C, euro of Journal. Fob29 EXCHANGE tl'VlOO clear property in slate of Washington, to exchange for valley farm; will assume large in debtedness. Address J. II. Hhoten, "70 S. Com in ere in I, Salem. FOB SALE Beautiful five acre trac free soil, well drained, under cultiva tion, modern bungalow, ono milo north of fairground, paved road, R. 9, Box 5, Sulcm, Oregon. llarS FOH SALE Sanitary cou.-h and mat; I heating stove, rocking chairs, single barrel shot gnu, bicycle, A-l carpen ter work bench, library table, square dining table, 2 sectional knockdown pheiiMiut pens, 10 by 12- each, and wringer, 215 D. St. Feb. !.