TEN THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAR. 18. 1916. if n SALEM'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE mm4L4m r tttttttttttt ttttttt Announcing Meyers9 Spring I Fashion Exhibit OreTheatre Tuesday Evening, March 21st We cordially invite all Women and Misses of Salem and this vicinity to attend this event Tuesday eve. Bright and beautiful garments-Fashion's latest modes will be shown onliving models. Children's wear will also be displayed. New Suits, New Coats, New Dresses, New Gowns, New Skirts, New Waists, Latest New York Millinery. Democrats Hold Rally at Court House to Revive Party Spirit The leading dcmocrits of Marion county met today at the court house to regenerate the party spirit that has lain dormant so far this year, on the eve of the primary elections. While the re publicans have been holding get-together meetings the democrats have been sulking in their tents mil it is proposed to draw them out with a little of the enthusiasm that bids for victory at the polls. County Chairman T'raser called the meeting to order this afternoon and sought to inject some rejuvenating and encouraging remaiks for the benefit of the " imterrificd '' few who answered the party's call. The democrats as a party are tar outnubered in this county and in the state at large but democrats have been consistently elected to of fice in tile past through the popular vote but the Marion county delegation proposes to issue the call to the polls to weld the scattered ranks into i solid body to work for the success of tho ticket at the general election. Crown Prince to Risk All On One Grand Assault (Continued from page one.) Will Not Limit Warfare. Berlin, Mar. 18. A bill opposing any ngreement with other nations to limit submarine warfare except with regard to passenger ships was introduced to day in the reichstag by the National Liberty party. The conservative cen ter parties introduced similar measures. Hint British Did It. Berlin, Mar. IS. Two British sub marines were near the Dutch liner Tu bantia the day before she was sunk by an explosion, the Vossiche Zeitung's Amsterdam correspondent telogruphtvT todav. pa ti Do not put of f w SPECIAL MENTION Just Receiyed a Large Shipment of New Draperv Fabrics Among these new things are dalnty pat terns in SilkolineRadium.Cloth, Creton ne, Venetian Cloth, Scrims in plain and bordered effects, Swisses in various pat terns, Marquisettes in plain, drawn worked and heavy tape borders in white, cream, champagne and ecru. Silkolines also in plain colors. See these new arrivals in the Drapery Section (Second floor.) In the Embroidery Section New Novelty Underskirting Full forty inch length with an em broidered flounce 18 inches wide, joined to foundation with French and ribbon beading. Patterns of beau-knots, Flordelis and dotted effects beautifully em broidered on fine swiss. Ask to see Pattern No. 469A. NO. 787TII Wednesday Surprise MARCH 22ND A Sale of Women's Sheer White Waists FOR SPRING AND SUMMER juxiia vaiue 1 euucsuaj yc horn - ,f An entirely new assortment 01 dainty yirr Waists to choose from in this event; among the lot are all-over embroidered waists, some with pin tucks and pleates, others hemstitched and with embroidered af fronts some are lace trimmed. Every - needs from this sale. Next Wednesday , only 98c Each .Sale starts at 8:;)0. See the window dis- f I piay. jno pnone or man oruers taKen ior these. 1 THE IIOUSE OF QUALITY . -- J. JJLOO.QI ptott All Around Town nftttittnuinintttiiinniii COMING EVENTS TONIGIIT March 18 Republican rally at Armory. Orange day. ;c Democratic rally, Court House. Children's Auxiliary Salem Floral Society will orgutiizo at high school, 12 p. m. Mutt and Ji-f f at Opera House. . ijc March 20 Scenes of the Holy Land at Kyan's hall, hero six days. ijc March 21-25 Marion County ijc Sunday school convention. jc March 25 University of Ore- gon musicians at Prosbyteri- an church, benefit Chemekota Camp Fire Oirls. sjc April 18 Registration fur $ primary election closes. $ Dr. Mendelsohn, apeclallrt, flu glasa t correctly. U. 8. Bank. bldg. The funeral of John A. Sherwood who died March Id, will not be held until a sister living at Centorville, Kansas, arrives Sho is expected to be her by next Tuesday. Tor twit, desirable office room, Mur pliv .hIc, corner of Htnte nnd Commer cial streets. L. Beehtel Co., 317 Htnte Mreet. MarlS niniiinttntntiumtm Dr. Stone' i drug store. Your suit pressed, 50c. Phone 13. The Elks' dance was a decided suc cess last evening. About .SO couples were on the floor and everybody was so well pleased that ine entertainment cum mil lee is thinking of putting on an other dance sometime next month. Painloss Parker, dentist, will not be responsible, for any of Dr. Cox's bills ior any of his unfinished or unsatisfac tory work. Mar21 "Storm Signals" will bo discussed in a meeting ior men only to bo-held nt the First l'resbyterian church tumor- ' row afternoon at 3 o'clock. The address will bo given by lr. Hutchison, who has been holding special meetings. , Arciuo ruuitn win sing. Tire insurance written, best old Hue j companies. J,, llechtel & Co, Maris I Dr. Stone's mug store. i The A. I. Eoff farm of 70 acres and the Hubert Craig farm of 63 acres, two and n half miles northeast of the city on the Silverton road was recently pur chased by John Schoffo of Columbus. Neb, The consideration was $1.S,IMI0 nnd the sale was made by W. 11. lira j benhorst & Co. Try Qilson's shoe shining parlor, 'parlor. MarlS ! 25o sortma this week 12Vc. Buren lA Hamilton. Change of Business Location I wish to notify my customers and the general public that 1 luve sold mv interest in thn Cnnilnl l!.,,,., .i v.. ........ . - " . . . u umv uiuteu inr uiuce ur iny transfer business to my old stand at the (ilobo Confe. tioi.ery in toe Hubbard Hldg. I have purchased a new three tun truck and in in po sition to handle general transfer business. KAPPHAHN TRANSFER COMPANY rton 13- K. L. Kapphahn Your suit pressed, 50c. Phone 13. One-Half Price sale on scrims, voiles, marquisettes nnd lace nets, liuieii & Hamilton. D. A. White & Sons are doing a little catalog business themselves, just like the big mail order seed houses in the east. To convince the people in t Willamette valley they need not sent' east for their seeds on account of price or quality, they are sending out I week 1,000 catalogs. Sixth Annual Spring Opening Sale begins today at Mosher's. Automobile for hire, passengers and baggage trnnsfercd, rites reasonable, country trips a specialty. (J. 0. Me Klroy. rhone !M7 or 030. tf o A. H. Oago, superintendent of the l'nidciitial Insurance company in Sti lem, fell on the steps of the slate hos pital yesterday and when he recovered consciousness about nn hour later, found one side of his fair pretty badly bruised, but already dressed as he hud been taken into the hospital nnd given medical attention, Dr. R. T. Mclntyro, physician and surgeon, 21 1 Masonic llldg. l'iiono 410. Make the beginning now In the study of shorthand or stenotypy. New classes at the Capital Hnsine College next week. 'ill and talk the matter over wilh the principal. Judge Galloway left this afternoon for YVeiser, Idaho, being called there by the serious sickness of his brother, Thomas C. tialloway, who is very low, from chronic bronchitrs contracted to' lowing nn attack of grip several years ago. The judge expects to be back so as to take up his work on the ben next Thursday. Dr. Stone's Heave Drops cures heaves. l'rieo $1; for sale by all druggists. No bad dyes. All colors guaranteed in suits made by Mosher. Sixth annual spring opening sale starts today. Petitions for the paving of the fair grounds road are now in circulation nnd it is thought thnt n majority of those interested will sign by Monday evening in order that the matter 'may In brought before the city council Monday evening. Those in favor of the paving are also in favor of work beginning enrly this spring in order that the w may be completed before tho dusty season bejins. See the Orbon De Luxe ranges at E. 1,. Stiff & Son. 50c does the work of a dollar at Trov er & YVeigol's Studio. Eyres and Cavanaugh shipped anoth er car of hogs to Portland yesterday, bringing their total shipments up to 21 cars for the season. Today Mr. Eyres said that the price in Portland yester day was nine cents with the exception of one car of extra large stock from the eastern part of the state. He also says that he expects to install within a short time Fairbanks scales at the Southern Pacific yards. Sonora stands for perfection in talk ing machines, fitted with the tone mod ifier. Mvrtlc Knowland, 121 Court. Easter is coming. Order your suit at our sixth .inuunl spring opening sale which starts today and be dressed up for Kaster. Mosher, the Tailor. The Sons of the American Revolution and those who are eligible will meet next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Commercial club rooms and arrange plans tor an appropriate celebration April 111 of the battles of Concord and Lexington. At present about 25 are eligible to join the organization and n chapter will be formed in Sulem as soon as satisfactory proofs can be made. The Daughters of the American Revolution was organized in the city about a year nnd a half ago and has a membership of Till April first, photos at half price. Trover ; Wcigel. We hang awnings and retire go-carts. K. I j. Stiff Son. The student body of the Washington junior high school installed officers a few dnvs ago as follows: President. Vernon Mentzer; vice-president, Althen Dorks: secretary, Wayne Allen; treas urer, Furl Shnfer; editor, Arthur Rose braugh; board of directors, John Dome galla, Irene Faulkner and Helen Corey. A hoys' athletic association was also formed with the fallowing officers: President, Armorv Gill: vice-president Hoy Anderson: secretnrv, Lester Swart a. Trade in your old stove for a new ihbou Do Luxe range. E. L. Stilt & Son. o Why go to Portland for your sweat baths, when Salem service is so effi cient! Save fr fare nnd take treat ments at 213 Hubbard Hldg. Phone .l.'io. Wanted, to make your photos at just one half our regular price... Trover &; j Weigel, opposite liligh theatre. Maris j I An automobile belonging to Ralph A. ' Van Cleave was run into this morning i by a car occupied by five Corvallia stu-! dents on their way to Portland. The i I Van Cleave car was heading for the bridge on Center shrct and the Cor i vallis car was traveling at a fair speed on Commercial and the cars cdMded exactly nt the center of the inler-;ec-, tion of the two streets. Neither torj was cum ged to any great exteNi, but ' as tho Corvallis car appeared to b'j inj t'-e wring, the matter waj timid coin-; promised and the students went on their j iv.y to i'oitland after a couple of ho. us; !-day. j Eyre and Cavanaugh are still in the' market for hogs, sheep and wool and, are paying nurket juices. Hogs next Monday, N"i cents, next shipment will, be made Thursdav, Phone 2200-M, or 21S3-M. j The Church street paving proposi tion w ill come before the meeting of j the city council next Monday evening.! A majority of the property owners have nlready signed and it is understood there will be no pnrotest. Ten days are! required for advertising and 20 days allowed for a remonstrance. Other usual ) delays will bring it up to close to .May 1 before the work will begin. The paving will extend on Cliurcn street beginning at State adjoining the First Methodist church and extend seven blocks to Mis sion. Between State and the mill race, the paving will bo -10 feet wide, and be tween the mill race nnd Mission street, the width will be 30 feet. Do not be misled, you pay no morei tor glasses from me than you pay else where. My 33 years of experience in fitting gl.isses correctly is nn asset to you. 1 use only the best materials that can be obtained. T can refer you to thousands of satisfied people that 1 have fitted in this vicinity during the last 0 years. My prices are very reas onable. I guarintee satisfaction in ev ery respect. 1 do not use drugs or drops in making examinations as they are dangerous. Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn, lloom 210-211 C. S. Hank Pddg. Here is a chance for patriotic citizens will all kinds of money handy and plen ty of time on their hands. Several con ventions will be held this summer to which either the governor or mayor will be asked to appoint delegates." Right now a. patriotic citizen with an nbund ance of time nnd money may secure the job of attending the Patriotic, Prepared ness convention to be bold nt Spokane, March 27-28. The Columbia Naval Base committee writes Mayor White that h iy entitled to appoint from three i delegates to represent Salem. The ap pointment is entirely honorary, as the delegates will be permitted to pay their own expenses. Cnn rnl,,n.v;A ... t , uviuiuuia iivci CACIIISIOUS cy auto. As soon as the weather permits, j Kdmnndson & Humor, the stage men,! will run a big seven-passenger Pierce-j Arrow car tiom Mtleiu up the I olumbi.i river highway and return every Sun day. Leaving Salem at ti a. in. nnd Portland at 0 a. m the day will be spent along the highwiy with an hour or more stoo at the most desirahle place for lunch, etc., reaching Portland! at li:30 or 7 p. m. and Salem nt 9:30 or 10 p. in. Only seven passengers will be taken to the car and reservations' can be nude singly or in parties of! seven. For further information, sec Ed-1 iiiuinlson & Hurncr at the -Maxwell' flarage, or Phone !."!. I In order that Salem may line up with j the larger cities of the country ami! have a fashion show all of its ow'n, the Meyers department store is arranging! for exactly that kind of a show, one that will demonstrate the very latest in ladies' wear. The interesting part of the show is that the latest in designs' will be shown on living models. Ten! young ladies of the city will appear on! the stage of the Oregon theatre next i t destiny evening in the fashion show I ami demonstrnte to the folks of Salem what's what in nifty clothes. There will be nothing in men's wear shown, but the fact that 10 young lnd'ca several of them perfect' thirty-sixes, will appear us models will be in it of enough interest to guarantee a rec ord breaking attendance. J. L. Stockton does not know yet of the recent action of the Business Men's league of the Commercial club, concern ing the Oregon Retail Merchants' asso ciation, as he was taken seriously i anil had sent in his resignation before the meeting. He had been suffennj from apoplexy and thought he won recover from the stroke which lie two months ago sufficiently to carry on the work of the association. When he felt this Inst attack cominir on. h. thought he might be imcapicnted for ! carrying on the work successfully and for this reason resigned. He was pro nounced out of immediate danger Fri day which wns good news to his many friends in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur P. Reid an' their young son William, nceonipnni by Mr, and Mrs. K. F. Hitchcock, nv tored from Portland this morning for an over Sunday visit with Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Gannett at the Court apartments. English Deny Story. ! London. Mar. IS. Berlin reports that British submarines were near the Dutch liner Tubnntia shortly before she was sunk by an explosion was branded uii- : true today by the secretary of the ad miralty i . I French Aviators Busy. Paris, Mar. 18 French aviators made five raids on German cities and im portant militnry positions (luring the night, engaging in 32 duels in the air above Verdun, it was officially announced. Great Aeroplane Battle. Taris, Mar. .18. Shelling of German trenches in Corbenux wood and a bom bardment around Fort De Vaux were reseribed in today's official commun-' iquc. In other quarters there was no important activity in the Verdun region last night. j Imost unprecedented nerial opera- tiers were also described. Seventeen j French aeroplnnes attacked Conl'l.'i,;-, station, through which pass some of the crown prince's supplies for the Verdun oi tensive, rorty uoniDs were nuiiCil upon the tracks. Another air squad of 14 machines dropped bombs on the station at Metz. Three fires broke out in the depot, nnd there were numerous explosions along the railway. German batteries itiiato-l nearby opened a vigorous fire nt the flying muchines, which escaped un harmed. A third flotilla sent 10 bombs into the aerodrome at Dietize. ind hnr'ed five more on Amaville station. In addition to these exploits, ih" com munique said French neroplares made CD 'flights pursuing enemiii. and pn pnred in 32 sky duels, damaging a tier niai. Fokker. DEATH OF MRS. H. E. REEVES Until Tomorrow m in E3 11 m Ordering Glasses that g are needed today' ei COME TODAY- g COME HERE g ua Unquestionable qua! ity. Unsurpasses, Guaranteed Service. MISS A. McCULLOCH gjj ti! V. m m OPTOMETRIST 208-9 Hubbard EUhj. Phone 109 El 11! m Mrs. Hattie E. Reeves, who niutic Woodburn her home for a number ot years, died at her Home in Portland Saturday last. Deceased was (il years of age and a native of Xew Jersey. She came t i Oregon 23 years ago with her hus band and children, the husband havir.g died several years :.go in this city, rilic is survived by two sons, ll.ury K. Reeves, of Hillsdale, and Frank R. Reeves, of Hermistoii. Mrs, Reeves was a nurse for man; years, following thur avocation here and then in Portland, where she muvol from Woodburn a few years ago. She took a deep interest in the ti. A. Ji. nnd was past department president of the Ladies of the G. A. K. s!:c was also a member of the Ladies of the Maccabees. .Mrs. Reeves was of cheer ful disposition, a woman of fterliug worth, a good mot her and much loved by a large circle of friends. She was always found a good friend in need. Funeral services were held in Port land Sunday at 3 p. m., at the resi dence establishment of J. P. Fiuley & Som Montgomery and Fifth, Portland, under the auspices of the Ladies of the G. A. R, The remains were taken to Hubbard, where farther services were held at 11 a .m., Monday, many attend ing from here. Interment was in the family plot nt Hubbard Cemetery. Woodburn Independent. Congress Splits Over Plans for Army's Increase (Coptinuert from Pane One) soldier may be examined, and if found efficient be may return to civil life as a reservist for the rest of his term, subject to call only in ease of war. The aviation arm of the service is increased by Chamherlnin's measure, which also tremendously enlarges the machine gun organization nutl the equipment and personnel of the field artillery. Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock are the parents of Mrs. Gannett. Mrs. Henry Shomaker is in Portland to spend two weeks visiting her son. Charles O. Shomaker. She has been a resideut of Salem for the past 50 years and this is her first visit to Portland since 1888. Phone 700 TAXI SERVICE OARS OF ANT KIND, FOB ANT PLACE, AT ANT TIME Good Oarage in connection fot ttorage of cars. Seasonable Bate. SALEM TAXI CO. Oarage OPEN AX L NIGHT. 246 State Street. CITY NOODLE HOUSE NOODLES 10c, RICE-PORK 10c PRIED RICE 15c 420 FERRY STREET Hem RESIDENCE PARLORS Lincensed Lady Em balmer Moderate Prices Latest Methods Are Found Only At Cottage Undertaking Parlors Phone 724. Salem, Ore. DIED PETKRSOX In this city, March M, HUii, Mrs. Augusta Peterson, in bn 53th year. The body, accompanied by relativ.-, was forwarded from the Cottage no deretakers to Marion this morning for burial. SMITH In the city March 1.".. IP' Mrs. Kilna O. Smith, in her :i2d yeni. The body was sent last night by b don & Richardson to Portland fei burial. ELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25c at all djruggists. ntis ; lift" a Miss Spencer Sings for the Edison Miss Klizabeih spencer, the well known Kastern soprano, -was heard in' a varied programme of delightful song'i at the White Temple in Portland lait night The affair will be in the na ture of a private hearing to which, musicians and inuvie-lovera will receive special cards. Mis Spencer is rapidly becoininir popular on the concert stage. She ba'i studied and coached with sonic of tho masters in Kuropo. Miss Spencer sings for the Kdison Talking Machine and you may hear her voice at GEO. C. WILL, The Sewing Machine and Music Man 132 State Street - .