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Report of the Condition of
Gotham Fads and Fashions u Substantial Reductions on
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOLlKNAL. SALEM, QRECON. SATURDAY, MAR. 18, 1916.
Ladd & Bush
At .Sulem, in the State of Oregon, at the close of business, March 7, 19H:
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
Bunds and warants
Due from approved reserve bunks
Exchanges for clearing house
(.'ash on hand
Capital stock paid in $ 5rtn.0u0.oo
Surplus fund 13.0II0.00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 21.SS100
Due to banks and bankers 21S, 215.40
Individual deposits subject to check l,422.ii7S.0i
Demand certificates of deposit 23!I,:U4.S5
Certified checks 7.21H.3!)
Cashier checks outstanding 3,407.23
Timo and savings deposits 235,342.10
By Margaret Mason.
fctato of Oregon, County of Marion, ss:
I, Win. S. Walton, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
WM. S. WALTON.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this ISth day of March, 101 (5.
L. P. ALDKK'II,
Notary Public for Oregon,, residing at .Salem.
My commission expires November 23, 191!).
C'OKRKCT Attest: A. N. Bl'SH,
I similitude to the genuine article is ob-
tained by three bands of contrasting
"Where are you going, my pretty I colored ribbon trisecting the skirt for
maid J ' ! nil the world like regular barrel hoops.
"Down to the cooperage, Sir, ' she ,, , ,.,. i. , ,
1 ' ' (.ould anything be more aesthetic?
,, 8" , . , . Xow the real secret of the successful
"To get desns for my new spring . Mn SQ mU(.h
. ,.?m ' ... ... . , ,, shell as the inner. In fact, on the bar-
Just like a barrel it mil be cute." j rel Iietti,.oat rests the ,;.,., of the
i barrel skirt. This petti is built of the
New York, March 17. What with , heaviest stiffest taffeta stitched and
the new barrel skirts and the short box j corded and tucked to give it a proper
coats, coopers and carpenters seem j consistency ; and 'round the hips and
more- qualified to turn out the new down to the knees is a series of tiny,
spring toilettes than tailors and dress- stiff ruffles that is guaianteed to hold i rj
makers. An electrician might need to 1 anything at bay. It's quite the saineju
bo called in on some of the jobs, to do ' proposition as when we used to ruf
the wiring on those hip hoop effects, j lie the fronts of our corset covers and
Even the plumber might not be amiss j camisoles to obtain a voluptuous front
when it comes to the piping that prom-1 age. It's the snmc ruffling, only times'
ises to be so popular a trimming on 1 have changed and also the place. Of
ruffle edges and as a finish aruund course the new barrel skirts are very
necks and sleeves The barrel skirt is short, though we are promised that they
sure to be an all around winner. Any i are coming down a bit ere long . They
brutal husband who refuses to let his; are invariably worn with a tight tit
wife wear one is in for a barrel of j ting bodice, thereby accentuating the
i trouble As may be judged from its j rotundity of their outline. As an arti-
name, tne contour oi me new siun.cie or wearing iipparti e nine "n
bears a marked resemblance to that
common wooden receptacle used for en
casing flour and apples. How fitting
that this model should be chosen to en
case the flower of womanhood and the!
apple of Mr. Everyman's eye. Ot
course we often hear also of the pork
barrel, but why go further into the
matter! It requires just seven yards
worn by the very best and fairest and,
consequently, we may prepare our
selves for a long list of endearing love
terms resultinir therefrom for use in
j f taffeta to fashion one of these new those letters so popular in divorce and
skirts. They are. set onto a rather lireach of promise suits: ".My little
high waistline and immediately begin j barrel of Bweetness." "Ickle sugar
to barrel out over the hips. Further I barrel," etc., etc., ad lib.
accustomed heretofore to tho use ot
the barrel only as substitute for stolen
or damaged trousers by either bull
dog bitten or bathing gentlemen in
comic miners. Now they are to be
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t SOCIETY :
(Continued from Fago Two.)
MEXICAN "TROUBLE REGION," WHERE U. S. TROOPS ARE BUSY
tone shading that quite f.tscinated his
Durintr the programme Kev. Winders
gave a short talk stating the object of
the entertainment and the collection of
tho silver offering was taken by sev
eral prominent business men.
The splendil work of the accompan
ists, Miss Evelyn DeLong, Miss Ruth I
Schult. and Miss Joy Turner, added!
much to tho success of tho programme.
The visit of Mrs. Rollin K. Page, of j
Sulem, last week, was made, tiie oc-j
rasion of a delightful party Friday af
ternoon, when Mrs. P. 1,. Brown enter
tained in her honor a large number of
friends at whist, siys the Silverton Ap-1
peal. Six tables were arranged in the
rooms, which . were prettily decorated.
Vivid clusters of yellow daffodils plac
ed in graceful bowls, with violet chif
fon ties and demure violets adorning
the tables, gave a festive appearance to
the rooms. At the close of the after
noon dainty refreshments were served,
after which .Miss Mae Servico was pre
sented with the prize, she having made
tho highest score. Those who had the
pleasure of meeting Mrs. Page were:
Mesdames A. .1. Kich.irdson, Balcntiue,
S. E. Richardson, i E. Callister. Ar
thur Johnson, Lura Hammond, H. L.
Nutting, Win. Town, Frank Huso, A.
I'. l.oar, Geo. Steelhaminer, 0. P. Slade,
Win. Service, K. S. Trumbull, Carl
Brown, D. O. Kerr, Cnl Sciilador, John
T. Hoblitt, L. F. Evenson, W. S. Jack,
Misses Frances Adumh, White, Evylan
Nutting. M.iy Service, Sylvia Mctlin
COURT HOUSE NEWS
Butteville, a small city on the north
cm border of Marion county is the
fiist city in the state to hold an elec
tion to 'disincorporate under the 1913
law. An election w.is held and it ap
peared that a majority was in favor of
maintaining the incorporation but two
votes were thrown out and the county
clerk has been notified to canvass the
vote as it provided by l.iw to settle
the controversy. Buttevi.ie has a prop
erty valuation of a little over $13,00(1
according to toe last assessment roll.
Mr. (ichlhar will canvass the vote this
Judge Galloway ti is granted a de
cree of divorce to Elizabeth M. Mullin
ix from her husband, Koy Mullimx on
the grounds of cruel and inhuman treat
ment. The couple were married in this
county in 1910 anil there were no
children or property rights involved in
the suit. The plaintiff was given the
right to resume her maiden name of
Elizabeth M. Gieen.
A decree of divorce was granted by
default by Judge Galloway yesterday
to Minnie Taylor from William Taylor
on the grounds of desertion and cruel
and inhuman treatment. The couple
were married at Marshfield in 1907
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3MZ. C PICACHOS
Compare our Stock with what you see elsewhere.
Inlaid Linoleum, regular $2.00, special $1.60
Inlaid Linoleum, regular $1.35, special $1.10
Inlaid Linoleum, regular $1.10, special 85c
12-ft. best Print Linoleum, regular 85c, special 65c
6-ft. best Print Linoleum, regular 75c, special 50c
6-ft. Congoleum, regular 65c, special 40c
WE HAYE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
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At prices that meet any pocket book. See our east window for large display of
See the Saturday Evening Post on the beauties of Congoleum. Its becoming a
national floor covering both cheap and sanitary.
We are making large reductions on all dining room furnituresee windows
' The above map of the United Slates-Mexico border gives an idea of the location of places mentioned in thM
' news dispatches telling of the Mexican trouble. It is in this section that the military activity will be grt'hlc.4 !
j during the coming days. '
.unl have one child, Catherine Ann Toy-1 store of the defendants ill one, i.
lor aged five anil one half years. The' Nichols, and that they were to receive
plaintiff was given tho care and cus-lii per cent commission on the first
tody of the child. Attorney Carey i j $12,000 and 2'- per cent on all above
Martin appeared for the pluintiff. i$'J,000 and th.it the store was sold for
if-500. McXiir.v & Mi-Nary are attorn-
Dessa K. Mills was todiy appointed f eys for the plaintiff.
ailministrat rix of the estate of John R. j
Mills who died at Sulem; March !, leav- Charles A. I.ytle and Julia A. Lytic
ing an estate consisting of $-00 in cash; today filed a suit in the circuit court,
and an undivided one half interest in j against li. I' Kit nip, as .uliniuistrator of
100 lcres of land in this county valued, the last will and testament of .Mary A.
at $115110. The only heir is Desna K. iRamp, deceased. The plaintiff nl-
Mills, the widow of the deceased. 'lege that thev moved to a piece oL
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Sheriff Ksch, as county tax collector, i A. Kamp and cared for her in her old
today turned over a total of $ I4,.)4.).23 , age and that Mrs. liamp built a house
to the county treasurer. Of this sumjfor them on the property for $IM0il
the state and county tax fund gets $120,-1 and that they gave her a note for this
!))!. 1!), he general road fund $.",S")tl.S:2, j amount secured by a mortg-ige on lots
Salem school district .t:i,7.j2.tt7 ami the 4 and f, block SS in Salem, merely as a
city of Salem $7,403. !KI. This is the matter of record and that it was un
third tunfover of taxes that has been derstooil that the note and mortgage
made of the 1!H j tax. j should be cancelled but th.it the ad-
I minis) rator refuses to cancel the mort-
C. C. Kulifson and H. L". Mi'Kcnney ' gane and they nsk for a decree of tne
have brought suit in the circuit court , court cam elling it.
against Charles -Malone anil Louise .Ma
lono to cjuiet title to lot 11 Jickson
acres consisting of 5.03 acres in wuich
the defendants claim on interest. Car
son and Brown represent the plaintiffs.
IT. S. Potson, principal of the Park
sihool, and County School Superintend
ent Smith presented the sihool with
the standard pennant.
lie 1 LilVUViiriJLU $
gene this morning.
(leorge 11. (Iraves was a nissengei
this morning on the Oregon Klectiic fill
Mrs. J. A. Ilernardi went to Portland
.Mary Edna Junes is in Portland fol
an over Sunday visit.
Ii. M Hoi'e'r went to Portland thi:
Olcott was in Portland ves
Supervisor J. K. Druilette and E. F.
A .'. Mitchell, of Alb-iuv
.Mrs. K. S. Lamport is in Portland fi r
Claud (latch is ill the city. For
many years he was with the Ladd &
Bush lunik and at present is I'uitcd
States bank inspector with headquar
ters at Oakland, Cnl.
John Ilolilitt, editor of the Silverton
Appeal, wits in the city yesterday.
J. I). Huberts returned yesterday to
his home at Myrtle Creek after a stay
of several days in Salem.
J. K. Xeal, of Huena Vista, is in the
.Mrs. Ambrose Kiblee is in the cit
Miss Dorothy Kicrnnn, of Cheiuaw'i
is in the city.
K. II. Anderson returned to his hon e
lit Jefferson this morning, lie !ois re
cently hud his eyesight restored
j through an operation on his eye for
C. 11. Stewart, liostmnster at Albany,
U'ii in lhi . . "
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REVIVES PEACE KUMORS
London, March 1. Overthrow of
the Von Tirpilz faction ami failure of
Cernian troops to capture, Verdun re
vived peace rumors here today. The
rumors have as yet received no serious
consideration here These events how
ever, it was believed, would unquestion
ably shorten the war. A small minority
thought Cermany was near surrender.
RAN AMUCK IN PORTLAND.
Portland, Or., March IS.JAnncd wilh
a piece of lead pipe and a butcher
knife, Krnest Kicsmiuiu, aged "S, ran
wild through the streets at noon today
until overpowered by two policemen.
He threatened the lives of several peo
ple, but attacked nobody, lie is be
lieved to be insane.
Kressninii is a (ierinan. His friends
said his mental condition was caused
by brooding over the Kuroie.'in war.
MINISTER'S WITNESS DELAYS
Oroville, Oil., Mar. IS Ifev. Madison
i Slaughter's fate appeirs to depend
largely on a question of veracity be
1 1 ween two women.
j When his trial on a charge of at
Itackini; liertiuile Lunsiin, 15 years old,
is resumed on Monday, the defense will
Iproe I with its attempt to prove more
: alibis for the accused pastor.
Best Range in
C.irleton, assistant state superintendent n" over Sunday visit,
went to North Howell last night to at-! '"''. t'nd .Mrs. Ben I.inr arc v;.i::ng
tend a Parent-Teachers incetinir which, o'-r Sunday in Portland.
was held in that district. Mr. Carleton
spoke on educational values,
Xniioleon I in vis, of Hubbard, is in
Salem on a short business trip.
11. F. Mclnturff was in Dallm yesti r-
d"y attending to legal business
Joseph Murihy special agent of the
Aetna Fire Insurniice lompnny, with ot
fii'es in Portland, is in the city.
-Mr. und .Mrs. Cornier, of F.ngiewix d,
are spending a few days In the city,
Charles l.ipschuctz, a businesi nuiii
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of Portland, is in the city for an o v i r I c
At a joint meeting of the Butteville,
Donald, Case and other scniol dis-'
t riets in the northern pirt of this coun
ty held at Buttevill- last night, it was
decided to hold a school fair in that
section next fall. Supervisor Druilette
and Count v Superintendent W. M.
Smith attended the meeting.
In tiie hands of an irate husband a
pillow becomes a dangerous weapon ac
cording to a complaint filed in the cir
cuit court today by Lizzie 11. Ilenlinc
who el limed that her husband "hit her
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on ine nemi wiui a iiiiiow uuu uimosi ,r ,.
knocked her senseless thereby. She ,.. ,, ,,,.,.,1 ., t,i t, ,
,. .. ,. ... ,"ir lr, .lisscs hsfher ana Aetna bmmei, st.i-
tuither a eges that Harvey II. Hen- , . ......
,- i i f i .u- dints of Willamette university, tire
ine i rank to excess and n this con- ' . ,. .
.... , , , .. i . si ending t ie Luster vacation with tneir
ditnm was cruel ami innuinan and ren- ' ,
i .... i i... i: i ... i .., ti. l. pnrents near Hillsboro.
M.It-ll IH: llll- I'UI'IVII- l-ll,- n.Tn.T -
lor $75 suit money and a one third in
terest in i lot in this city. The couple
r inns, neuoeiso,. uo , .e r-irou.i, o, , f ftPr ,, n,s,.,e of W(.k
Lugene. were in Salem yesterday. , ,,, jn UC illt,.,,.,t, ot )js s,, ,.,
h W. Mleyers returned fist cvnrnii; t ),.;,.,,
f i .in a week's stnv at Hot i. i'. J t. ; ' w4 ,, ,t -r ,.
m n,. . , i,,ilert Strong, ot Moiuo'it , :s in
Mrs Thomas Campbell returned vis-,.t .. '
ieru:;y irom u snori isii in loruai.o.
Judge and Mrs. L. T. Harris went to
Kiigene today to spend the week-end.
D. C. Thorns, of Jefferson, is eom-
oi mug oos.ness anu po.iucs ... w.e cap.- j,,,,,,,., cnv,urg. alleged
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Mrs. James Groshong. of flervaii, is
EXTRADITION HELD UP.
Los Angeles, Cal.,
March IS. Mrs.
'badger girl "
in her fight
n the city the guest of V." 'i.v.ghtcr
were married in Scio in 1!'02 and have
no children. The plaintiff seeks' the
right to resume her maiden name of
Lizzie Schaefer. Dana II. Allen is at
torney for the plaintiff.
I.aberee & Claik today filed a suit
.igiinst C. L. Sierling and Sun to col
lect $112 alleged doe on a realty com
mission. The plaintiffs
found n pnrcoaser for the grocery j
Mm. C D. Purdy went to Portland
tl is morning to visit r.er sister, Mrs.
-'.i.'i.h Robinson, ho is recovering from
'in illness of three months.
Mrs. F. Ct. Arthur and two children
left for her home in Los Angeles after
a two months ' visit with her pi rents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Tl. Fisher.
Miss Dorothy Jeffrey, attending Wil
lamette university, is spending the
Luster vni-ntion at her home in Rose-
Inini that they linru.
the grocery! Mia Helen Deckabavh went to Fu-
scored her first victory
for freedom todav.
I'nited States Judge Trippet granted
a, preliminary writ of habeas corpus.
This means that she will bp held here
indefinitely or until the petition is
disposed of finally.
The hearing of arguments for a final
writ will be held next week. The court I
will set the date later.
LETTERS THREATEN WILSON.
Washington March 1 . President
Wilson has received an in. usual number
of letters threatening his lite, it was re
vealed today. The war conditions arc
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The Capital Journal li the
only evening daily published
in Salem that is a complete
newspaper. The Portland papers
peddled hero arc printed in the
forenoon about 11 o'clock, are
simply the regular edition of
the day before with some
changes on tho first page. They
are only extras made up for
itrcet sales and out of town
circulation, making no pretense
to being real newspapers. The
Capital Journal on the other
band, contains the complete
leased wire service up to 3:30
p. m., which is 6:30 p. m. in
New York and past midnight
in Kurope, the seat of tho great
war. It also contains all the
local news of Salem and sur
rounding territory that is worth
while. It is h complete after
noon newspaper and the only
one circulated in Salem. When
you pay your money for a Port
land evening paper here you are
merely being "faked" into buy
ing a cheap extra with big
headlines on the first pnge anil
yesterday's news everywhere
The Capital Journal cells on
the street for 2 cents. Pay no
Rust-Resisting Body. The body and high closet nf the
OK'HoN liK I.I'XK are nmde of Ariucn Amciii-an Ingot
Iron, which is ll'J.O'.r pure, and guaranteed non-corrosive
and rnsMoisting. You remember how long the old fash
ioned iron nails used to la-t,' You know the durability
of old Kiissian iron stove pipe and how many years the
old style metal roof lasted. They were good for a lit'e
timo because the impurities we.ro all taken out of the
iron. Just so with Armco American Ingot Iron. Ile'.ng
practically pure, it is guaranteed never to pit or come in
holes like steel. The OHUOX I IB LCXK range is built
like a steel range with none of the objections of a steel
Hinge and all the advantages ot't'ered in a cast iron range.
It will unquestionably Inn :is long as you want a stove if
gien reasonable earn . Tho body which is the vital part
i ( a range, is made of three parts east iron inside, ingot
iron outside, and heavy asbestos board between
Electric Welded OlfBOX I .' K LIWE Ranges are electric,
welded, whii-h does away with the old unsightly rivets
and is the most approved style of siove building. Y'ou
want the ,est and latest construction, especially when
it doesn't cost any more.
Trade in Your Old Stove
BARGAINS IN OUR EXCHANGE DEPT. FOR MONDAY
One $18.00 Set of quart'd oak full box Dining Chair $9.00
One $'J2.5o Circassian Walnut Dresser, like new $12.50
One $17.r.o 2-ln. plank top solid oak 6 ft ext. Table $U.0O
One $8.50 full quartered oak Rocker $3.50
One $16 Couch, upholstered In beautiful brown
velour 1 ,t ' ($6.00
One $15 Davenport in perfect condition $17.50
One $30 Davenport In perfect condition $12.50
Two $10 0x12 Wool and fibre Rugs, really new, ea. $5.00
Wool Ingrain Rugs t $1.00
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