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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAR. 8, 1916.
"There is a point where cheapness ceases to be economy"
I Free Embroidery Lessonsl
Over sixty women and misses are obtaining free lessons from Mrs. C. M. Dickson, the expert embroidery in-
l structor from New York, who for the past week has been teaching all the new embroidery stitches including
the newest Grecian Cut Lace Work. Absolutely no charge for this instruction
::j Those who have taken a few lessons and those who intend to enter the classes should do so at once as next
week is positively the last week of Mrs. Dickson's stay in Salem.
Embroidery classes from 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. Attend the morning classes if possible. (Art section)
iNew Millinery Departmen
Under New Management, and a New Service
We have just completed and per
fected an arrangement with our
buyer (Mr. Meyers of New
York) to give us a WEEKLY
SERVICE in up-to-the-minute
MILLINERY, and until Easter
we shall have the pleasure of
displaying a new shipment of the
latest ideas and styles in Wom
en's Hats every Monday morn
ing, in our Ready to Wear De
partment. AN EXPERT MILLINERY
BUYER AT YOUR SERVICE
selecting the choicest Hats and
at prices never before duplicated
in Salem, the first shipment Just
received and are now on display
in our FRENCH ROOM in the
MENT, Miss Lupton in charge.
GREAT RUMMAGE OF REMNANTS NEXT FRIDAY
ALL AT ONE-HALF PRICE
On next Friday, March 10th, we will hold a rousing
sale of remnants an accumulation of short lengths
which we intend to dispose of, as we need the space
they occupy for new goods. We will pile them on
tables in the main aisle and you can pick out just
what you want.
It will be a regular Remnant Rummage event. Silks,
Wash Goods, Wool Goods, Linens, Domestics, Rib
bons, Laces, Embroideries, etc., will be represented.
Real Rousing Remnant Bargains.
Your Choice-Next Friday One-Half Price
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
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Convict Who Imbibes
Gets One More Chance
M. F. Ilutdieson wolo up in tlio city
jail this morning with- several things
Also a Nice Line oiS.
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- masonic Temple "'Wil
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nn 1 1 i m mi n I in addition to a headache.
Ilutchoson wns it nested Inst night by
tlio Salem police cm n ch.trgo of being
intoxicated but this morning tlio man
remembered tliat he was nn ex-convict
and is out on pnrole. lly brenliing his
parole nml getting drunk ho was sub
ject to a return to tho pen, but Govern
or Withycnmbe, lifter II conference with
P.irole Officer Joe Keller, decided to
give tlie man nnotlier cliauco nnd tlio
city will keep liiui five days while lie
llulclieson wns sent up from Umatilla
county for obtaining money under false
pretenses and wns pnroled Inst November,
Order your pure milk, cream and
Mnplo Orovo butter from Maple Grove
Dairy, 1213 South Commercial. Phono
NOT ALONE, BUT STYLE, QUALITY OF
MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP AS WELL
Made of White Galatea, neatly trimmed, large sailor
collar, extra good value, 98c
We have also a good variety of other middies; priced
from 50c to $1.50
One must see them to appreciate the value
The Store for the People
416 State Street-Next to Salem Bank of Commerce
March 8 Annual inspection
Company M, at Armory.
March 9 Oregon Irrigation
Drainage nnd liunil Credits
Conference nt House of Hep-
Bishop Howe of Alaska, at
St. I'ii ul's Kpiscopul church,
March 10 Salmon day.
Wallace Mao Murray lecture,
March 13 Salem Floral Society
nt Commercial Club.
March 11 Installation of Rev.
.Tame Klvin, pastor First
Murch 15 Monthly meeting of
meiubers of Commercial
March 111 Salem Festival chor-
us annual concert, opera
PeMciss entertainers, Armory,
benefit Company M.
March IS Republican rally at
March L'l -25 Marion County
Jt Sunday-school convention.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fita glass
es correctly. U. S. Bank, iildg.
Mrs. W. G. Prunk, of 333 South
Church street, who iias been seriously
ill for the past three weeks, is reported
today to lie improving.
Dr. Stone's drug (tore.
J. W. Sherwood, state commander of
the Maccabees, is in the city and will
meet with the members of the lodge nt
a special called meeting this evening to
lay out plans fur th summer work.
Dr. Stone's Drag Btore.
The river this morning was at a
gouge of 13.2 feet above low water
mark and filling. The precipitation
for the 21 hours ending this morning
was .10 of nn inch.
Bachelors home. Best in town. Room
and board $,"i.U0. Fine meals. 3tio N
Eugene Riley, who was formerly with
the Oregon mute hospital, writes
friends here that he is now located at
Nnpn, Culifornin, and that he is in the
employ ot the state hospital at Unit
E. L. Stiff A Son will refinish or up
holster tnat old piece or furniture.
The public is invited to be present t
the .uiiuiii! Inspection of Company M
to bo held this evening at the arniorv.
The inspection will begin about 8
o clock and the drilling at Mil o'clock.
Lieutenant Vililnnis of the U. S. regu
lar army will be in charge. The com
jinny will line up about 105 strong, the
largest membership of any company In
Estimates cheerfully furnished free
on awnings by K. L. Stiff & Son.
The Right Reverend Peter T. Rowe,
bishop of Alaska, will deliver an ad
dress tomorrow evening at St. Paul's
Kjiiscojinl church, the services begin
ning at 7:30 o'clock. For the Jiast -0
j ews he has been in the services of the
church in Alaska. j
Cherry City Patent flour at your!
Street Commissioner Low has a large
j force of men cleaning out glitters on
nroauway anil Hood streets in order
that the drainage may be jirojiorly tak
en cure of, and that the street cau be
graded later on .ind placed in good con
! Seed wheat, oats and veatch at Cher
j ry City Flouring Mills. Marll
The !cwer committee of the city
I council will soon order work to begin
on Hickory street, this sewer district
being kmvn as Xo. 2, 1!1. All of the
work will be done by day labor since
the motion to advertise for bids was
lost at the last meeting of the city
council by a vote of 4 to !.
Ward's Southern California sweet
oranges, L'.ic and .Ulc. Roth Grocery Co.
The team workers of the Elk lodee
who give new members the hailing sign
and other secret signals by which an
IMk may recognize a brother, nre jiost
ing up on their initiatory work, as it is
understood that a large 'number will be
initiated the litter mrt of this month.
lapesijry upholstering fabrics at
about half juice. Huren & Hamilton,
The Rev. Josephine E. Hockett, of
the Highland Friends church will speak
this evening nt the Salvation Army
headquarters on Court street. The Cms
pel team of the army has prepared sev
eral music il numbers lor the meeting.
Captain Kelso extends a hearty wel
come to all. The meeting will begin at
Del Monte canned goods, 15 per cent
reduction in doen lots. Koth Grocery
With the advance of 15 cents a hun
dred on sugar effective today, the
price for beet sugar is $7.00 a hundred
nnd tor cane, $7.40. One year igo the:
nignest price tor sugar retail was $ii.4.i
and the highest in recent years, $$.20
a hundred. This was on August 17,
H14, shortly after the declaration of
war. Dealers nntici.ite additional ad
vances within a few weeks.
Golden Gate coffee, this week only,
$1.00 cans for 7."o. At Roth Grocery
The 0. W. R. & N. reported to the i
public service commission today that
the shortngo on their -lines today wa
10 box cars and that they had a surplus
HIS GREATEST DESIRE
IS TO AVOID WAR
Washington, Mar. 8. Presi
dent Wilson's "supreme wish"
is to avoid war. Senator Stone
declared today. He said:
"Last night I had a most
frank talk with the president.
His supreme wish is to avoid
involving the country in war.
of 205 flit cars. The efforts of the
public service commission to relieve the
car shortage are being rewarded by a
substantial decrease of the shortage in
other points of the state.
Pumiture repairing and upholstering,
cariet cleaning and laying, mattresses
remade. A. F. Tingstrom, 043 Court.
The Cherrians will hold their regular
weekly drill this evening at the armory,
beginning at 7:30 o'clock. As the an
nual insjiection of Company M this ev
ening is ojien to the public, many of
the Cherrians have expressed their
intentions of staying a while and get
Anybody is foolish to leave Salem,
but if you must go, let K. L. Stiff &
Son pack your furniture at reasoii.ible
Portland's quotation today for hens
is 17 eents and for broilers, 20 cents.
A commission house from Portland has
had an agent in the country around
Salem paying 15 cents for hens and ex
pressing them to Portland each day. j
During the past week he has exjiressed
about 20 coops. j
Special meeting of Hodson Council '
No. 1, R. & S. M., this evening. Work
in the 1!. & S. M. degrees. Visiting j
coniiianious welcome. j
This is not only "Better Babies",
week, but Salmon day is also to be ob-:
served which haipens to be tomorrow.!
Hotels and all restaurants are snpjiosed;
to feature salmon mid insit upon their!
customers showing their patriotism, i
especially in this part of the world. The
next sjiecial day to observe is Orange
day which is announced for Saturday,
Now is the time to recover that
couch or chair, tnjiestries at about half
their former juice. See window dis
play. Huren & Hamilton.
The Business Men's league of the
Commercial club has made arrange
ments with the business manager of the
Meier & Frank store, Portland, to give
a business talk before the league next
Tuesday evening. An invitation to at
tend will be given to all members of
the Commercial club.
$3.00 tapestries now $1.50, $5.50 ta
jiestries $3.25, $2.00 t.ipestries OSc.
These are some of the jirice concessions
in our big tapestry sale. Huren & .Ham
ilton. The first meeting since its organiza
tion two weeks ago of the American In
stitute of Banking wns held last Mon
day evening at the office o'f Walter K.
Keyes. The members of this association
who include men from all the banks of
the city, have taken up as their first
study, "Negotiable Instruments" and
were given a lecture on this subject by
Walter K. Keyes. Meetings for study
and discussion will be held Monday
Attention Maccabees. You are earn
estly requested to attend meeting to
night. .1. W. Sherwood, state command-
er, wishes to jiresent matters of im-
jiortauce. W. li. Gilson, W. H. S.
The Marion county democrats will
hold . meeting at the county court
house March 18 at 2 p. m. to discuss
some of the ways and means previous to
tlie primary election. A primary nom
inating pet ition for Woodrow Wilson for
president has lieeu jilaeed at the ffice
of W. A. Liston nt. 4(10 Court street
where it may be signed by all regis
tered democrats who wish to sec Wood
row Wilson .is a candilate for re-election.
The petition will not be general
ly circulated and will only lie kejd ojien
for those who call at the office to sign.
The annual convention of the Marion
Countv Sunday school association will
be held nt the First Congregational
church Fridnv and Saturdiv, Mrach 24
aThe Store That Saves You Moneyn
are what everybody
Cnr canitarv ennt ic('i -r
just what you need
for your baby; owing
to the great conven
ience of this seat you
cannot be without
one fits on any toilet
I " is, '; v. V,' -
Our demand is growing more
every day for Crescent Ranges.
They have been tried and make
good built from Ingot iron
through out; sold on 30 days free
trial. Priced fifl and up.
Let us furnish your
home for less money
Successors to Calef Bros.1
WHY COME TO US
FOR GOOD EYESIGHT? -Y 1 ' " v" 1
Hccause your eyes will receive the f'Jfxi K
icst of attention combined with tlie pg'tf :.;; J " i
utmost skill in modern methods of eye M!SfSi
llie Hest is none too good,
MISS A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist,
208-209 Hubbard Building. Phone 109
Eighth Day of I
rv r 1
iiamon s t)ig
1-2 Gal. Jars Fruit (Loganber
ries, Plums, Apples)
3 Pounds Mincemeat
8 Pounds Fresh Smelt
7 Bars White Soap
12 Pounds Onions
13 Founds Sugar
Cleveland Baking Powder, per lb.
Damon Unloads His Stock
of Groceries at Sale Price
DAMON & SON
855 N. Commercial St.
We Deliver Any Place in
and 2.". Fully l."i0 delegates from all
Sunday schools in the county are ex
j.ected" to attend. The Hev. James Kl
vin is jiresident of the association and
will neside. Among the juominent
sieakers from a distance who will tike
an active jiart in the meetings are the
Hev. ( has. l'hiiis, state secretary of
inter-denominational Sunday schools,
and Mrs. Clara O. Essen, state field
worker for the Sunday schools of the
A live -wire, with a live message, for
wide awake jeode. lle.ir Ir. Hutchin
son in the first service tonight at the
Presbyterian church. You will find it
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion will hold their third annual state
conference Friday and Saturday of this
week. The sessions n ill be held in
Portland at the Hotel Benson. -Multnomah
chajiter of which Mrs. James X.
Dais vis Tdgent, will ieit,'ertnin the
state gathering. Mrs. Kdniuud Bow
Davis is regent, will entertain the
give the greeting of the state. A strong
feature of the program includes the
giving attention to the obi trail roads.
Mrs. Henry Met lenry, of Washington,
who is national chairman of the trails
committee, will sjieak on the historic
significance of these old mads and of
tlie pnrt the Daughters of the American
Revolution are having in the restoring
and marking of these old trails.
Nomination of officers for the com
ing year was the order of business last
evening nt the Moose lodge. The elec
tion of officers will be held next Tues
day evening. Everything was calm and
peaceful as the following officers were
nominated and will have no opposition
at the coming election: Dictator. Ern
est Blue; vice-dictator, Benjamin
Brick; secretary for the three year
term, Donald Miles; trustee, Ed Brock;
inner guard, Ernie Martin; treasurer.
William B. X'elson.
W. E. Hoage, who has been operating
a merchants patrol, was arrested by tlio
Salem juilice lust night on a charge of
operating without a license as procided
in an ordinance passed the night bo
fore by the city council. Hoage wa'i
released ujion his own recognizance and
today he stated that he would apply
for a temjiorary injunction restraining
the officers from enforcing the new
ordinance until it had been passed upon
by the courts, linage maintains that,
he is simjily a night watchman acting
for the merchants who einjiloy him and
iii.ii in l- mil ,ntiiiin nil. iiu isiuiLj
j of any ordinance.
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at The Cajiital Journal office.
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ANT PLACE, AT ANY TIKE
Good Oarage In connection foi
itorage of cars.
SALEM TAXI CO.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
216 State Street,