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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1916,
BUSINESS IS GOOD
At G. W. Johnson & Co.'s
The Oregon Theatre
An exhibition of American styles for Spring and Summer 1916.
Fashions latest garments will be shown on living models.
Sails, Coats, Dresses, Gowns, Waists, Shirts, New Yorh Millin
ery, Bathing Suits and Children's Apparel will be displayed.
SALEM'S STYLE STORE
7 1 LL,
Sixth Annual Spring
Included in this array of new Spring fabrics is a
selection so large that even the most particular buy
ers cannot help but find a pattern that will be suited
to his individual requirements.
Blue serges in abundance, plain grays in all shades,
mixtures, Glen Erquads, overplaids, checks, Ban
nock Burns, Donnegals, Cheviots, Worsteds. And
the colors in every one are absolutely guaranteed.
We show all the latest fashion styles from New
York for men and women, and whether you desire
an English or a conservative or box back suit, we
can give it the individuality and touches that will
make it .correct in every particular.
A satisfactory reduction on every suit during this
sale. Suits will be higher hereafter. You had bet
ter buy now, even though you are not in immediate
need of a suit.
A line of tailored to order Suits at $15.00 up.
D. H. Mosher
TAILOR TO MEN AND WOMEN
All Around Town
March 20 Scenes of the, Holy
Land ut liyan's hull, here six
March -1 Vernal Equinox.
March 24-25 Marion County
Sunday school convention.
March 23 University of Ore
gon musicians tit Presbyteri
an church, benefit t'heineketa
Camp Fire Girls.
April IS Itogistrntion for
primary election closes.
April 2i! Kastcr Sunday.
Your suit pressed; 50c. Phone 43.
Orange day was generally observed
in Salem last Saturday. It was observed
to such an extent that about two ear
loads, continuing over SOO boxes of or
anges were sold in tne city.
Tour suit pressed, 50c. Phone 43.
A Congregational social will be held
Wednesday evening of this week at the
homo of K. Cooke J'atton. Mr. Klvin
;.. ....,,..,.,:.... l.rt i L.:.i .l,,it
T I was not to be a high brow affair but
Jnijust an all around good meeting for the
Your suit pressed, 50c. Phone 43.
We are now open. Gilson's profes
sional shoe shinning parlor. 107 State
WITTE-To Mr. and Mrs. floorgo
Witte, Kill) Winter street, Saturday,
March IS, mill, i son. llo will be
named Marvin Albert.
MATTI1KWS To Mr. and Mrs. Milo
Matthews, l!t:l() South High street,
March IS, litlli, u son.
CAMPDKLL To Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Campbell, Saturday, March IS, I'.lltl,
a daughter, to be named Leonore
Get prices on commercial printing
at The Capital Journal office.
Just the Thing
Rest your weary body in one of our comfortable
Rockers. The greatest luxury the family can enjoy
We have just received a full line of Rockersof
just what you need, genuine leather
Price from $6.15 to $20
Bargain Day is Everyday
at our store.
Watch our windows.
Reserved seats for the grand opera
nt the lleilig theatre in Portland next
Friday and Saturday ire only $0 each.
Che.in enough, lint about !HI percent of
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits .glass- '"'V1 " Sl,l.om wiu i'id it eon
is correctly. U. S. Bank, Uldz. vouicnt to dig up .) for one snow and
will just manage to exist by taking in
The river seems to be holding Its own i 11 fi"w ,,e,,t mw-
pretty well this spring weather ns the
gungo today is 7.7 feet above low water.
Dr. Stone's drug Btore.
The Woman's Alliance of the Unitar
ian church will meet T'ridny afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Louise Fnrstner,
2(15 North Commercial street. All mem
bers and friends invited.
Painless Parker, dontist, will not be
responsible for any of Dr. Cox's bills
or any of his unfinished or unsatisfac
tory work. Mar21
Five more cases of uniforms arrived
lit the armory Saturday from the head
quarters of the regiment for the equip
ment of the recruits of the company.
This will provide uniforms for nil of the
remaining recruits who have been drill
ing in their citizens' clothes.
Dr. Stone's Urng Store.
"Usury, Ancient and Modern," will
be discussed ut tho Unitarian church
Wednesday evening at the meeting of
the Meni Liberal club. John P. lioli
ertson will be tho speaker of the even
ing. All men are cordially invited to
attend the meeting.
Automobile for hire, passengers and
baggage tinnsfored, rites reasonable,
country trips a specialty. U, O. Me
P.lroy. Phono 0-17 or IKH). tf
Tho Social Service commission of the
Lvnngolicul churches of America will
present to the people of Salem the re
linions exhibits as they were shown at
the Pnuumnl'ncif ie exposition. The ox
'i ...in I.. ..1 I. :.. t-
TV' 1 V'Y". T'-lle.n team, but it worked the other wav,
lcm a lvy.ui is hall beginning tonight', M , . . ,
Til addition, there win ho 11 great Pil es- , . , , ,, .
,. . , , , . r 1 .1 'Just at present the Woodmen plnvers
tine pageant of local talent under the , ,, , ,. .. ' ,
,. ;. 1 are open to a cha cngo from nnv home
direction ot lr. Moore, who has spent,, .' , ,. h , .
,, . , .. , . ' team combination 0r from the best
11 Mills III J. nun line nun j.uwii. 1 .
Have you heard the Souora Talking
Machine f You miss a treat if von do
not ston in and hear it. Myrtle Know
Busy Buyers and Eager Shoppers Coming in by Bunches to Look Over Our Wear
IT IS A PLEASURE TO SEE THE CROWDS
Never has there been such enthusiasm and activity in our store as there is this
time. Our Removal Sale is certainly appreciated by everybody. Of course our
goods are right and our prices are right, and we are doing the square thing, cut
ting prices as we advertise. Those who have not been in yet, better come and take
advantage of our enormous bargain offering. It won't last forever.
We picked out a bunch
of $4.00 to $5.00 Shoes,
fine dress shoes in but
ton and lace to go at
Men's Dress Shoes, in
stylish shapes, in lace
only; worth up to $4.00,
Merchandise will be giv
en all this week. Come
in and get more tickets,
and be sure and hunt
for them. A good many
have not been taken out
The $8.40 lot of Men's
Suits has had a bunch
of better ones put in;
all go at
Here is a lot for fine
dressers: Men's Suits up
to $25.00, in plain and
fancy-materials go at
Still a few small sizes Men's Suits left;
worth up to $10.00; to close
out at $2.95
The lot of $5.95 Men's Suits has been
piled up with some better ones,
all go at SKAS
G. W. JOHNSON & COMPANY
141 North Commercial
Mrs. B. B. Houston left Sunday to
join Mr. Houston at Santa Clnr.i, Cali
fornia. On her way she will make short
visits with friends uf Eugene, Ifoseburg
and will also visit in San Francisco. She
was accompanied by Eugene Houston
who will devote his time to investigat
ing collecting systems and .igencies.
Special meeting of Salem
lodge No. I, A. F. & A. M. this
evening. Work in the F. C. de
gree. Visiting brethren wol-
L. H. Alderman was elected superin
tendent of the Portland public schools
for a term of one year at a meeting of
the Portland school board Saturday
evening, lie has held the position for
the last three years and before going to
Portland w.is state superintendent of
luihlic instruction. The meetiii!i of the
board was not exactly harmonious, but j
Mr. Alderman was finally elected with
but one opposing vote.
Auction sale at the People's Quick
Kxchauge Auction Market on Saturday,
March 2."ith at LIHl.p. in. Everything
sold on commission. Don't forget 1 buy
household furniture for cash. F. N.
Wuodiy, auctioneer. Phone oil. Apr-0
The Woodmen of the World bowling
team is beginning to feel that so far as
Oregon is concerned, there is no more
worlds to conquer. Tho Multnomah
bowlers came to Salem yesterday to re
duce the bump of self esteem of the Ma
must -state why the pupil is not to re
main during the day.
A children's auxiliary to the Salem
Plural society was formed ut the meet
ing held Saturday afternoon in the audi
torium ot the high school with the elec
tion of Mrs. E. W. Wallace us president,
Ivan (1. Martin, vice-president, nnd
Mrs. Inez Knnpp, secretary. Supervisors
for each of the districts of the city,
corresponding with the ten schools of
the city, will be appointed by J. W.
Marnney, president of the society.
These supervisors will work with th
children of each school. Prizes will be
offered and it is hoped to interest the
day for visiting other schools and the
high schuol teachers have decided ti
do their visiting next Friday. Of tin
HI teachers in the school, 20 will visit in
the Portland schools.
"The La Area cluo-' of the United
Artisans will give a dance Weduesilny
eveuing nt the Moose hall. The dunce
will be attended by a delegation of Ar
tisans from the Dallas lodge.
A commission house in Dallas, Texas,
has heard of the Willamette valley and
its dried cherries and has written to
the Commercial club asking for wimples
and prices of the Oregon diied cherry,
children in the planting of flowers nut I The matter was referred to the local
onlv at their homes but in manv of the
Next Friday will be vacation day for
the pupils of the high school. Accord
ing to the state law, the teachers of
each school iu the state are given one
The contest for membership, attend
ance and collections now on between
the First Christian church Sunday
school of this city and that of the First
Christian church of Portland resulted
I yesterday in Portland winning 'for the
TygSrl,'"(i'SSMHI ' n'r(l time, making the score 'six points
of the city have been damaged by fii"
and that their present appearance i'-i
unsightly and detracts from the beaut,,
of the city. Tho resolution asks tha
tho city attorney be authorized and o
rected to confer with the owners of
such property and ask them to eo-opei-atc
with the citizens in the clenn-u;
movement and remove the unsightl,,
ASK FOR and GET
Cheap substitutes cost YOU same prlcr.
I ! f or Portland and three for
a Nice Line oi
j ewejry. y
a 1 attendance yesterday was. Salem, 310,
island for Portland, 3,'iO; collections were ,
! $12.23 for Salem and $24.00 for Port-,
f'i'A binil- wow members ?H fir S;iltm n iwl
22 for Portland. The contest is on for
$i the mouths of March, April and Mav. j
On account of the cyclone that passed i
J inn smith nf Privtln ml Sniwlni- nCi,.,-.
fjj'ej noon about 5 o'clock, the Oregon Kloe- i
''-1'' ' ! trie was nut out of business fur nbout
IZ2Z32i3ZIZ3III2Zl2Z.j5222S3 tween Donald and
CAES OF ANY KIND, FOE
ANT PLACE, AT ANT TIME
Good Garage In connection foi
storage of cars.
mm taxi co.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
216 State Street.
team that nnv town in the state
1 send hero for a series.
ii Do not put off H .
land, 121 Court.
The paving of the fair grounds road
will be favorably acted on nt the meet
ing of the council this evening. Full-
Can Vnn Toll n TVmnln Pna Tmm 'it "'"I l the owners ot property
a Male Hose " This is tho title of n "''"'"I'IK l''a' measure have signed
book that was to have beeu published potitiou and SO per cent according
bv Henrv (iestalter of this eitv. The ,lie yaw "f ,l" property. Besides
book wiv's to have been issued either ,l10 l,,,,l,lon t"r the paving, a petition
.from a local press or from Portland ami V" i'".l"'p'"'i. praying tor nn exten-
Iwns to have been put on sale about
Mav 20. Hut Henrv Uestnltor was com
mitted to the Oregon State hospital last
Saturday and the prospects now are not
favorable towards the publication of
Electric globes for autos. All shapes,
sizes nnd kinds, (let them t Lock
wood's, 21il X, Conimeri inl street.
The Christian churches of the North
west district will hold n convention at absence must say why the
St. Johns, March 21 to 23. Tnis dis- l'"P'l was not in school, definitely stnt-
. t rit-t includes the counties of Marion, ig whether sickness, business or work
Clackumns, Multnonmh, Polk, Washing- was the cause of the non-attendance
ton, Y imhill nnd Tillamook. Repicsen- and the excuse must be signed by one
tatives from 4it churches will attend as of the student's parents. Also if it i
deleitates trom the Kudetivor societies desired thnt the puiul leave the school
aud Sunday schools. I after attending for one class, the excuse
sion ot the eitv sewer from the road
leading to the tile works to the fair
grounds. It is also understood that later
a petition will be circulated asking the
city to extend the city water works to
the fair grounds.
In order to secure a better attend
ance in the high school, Principal J. C
Nelson will hereof tr require excuses
that say something more than "please
excuse." Heeinnine with this week, ex-
Ordering Glasses that
are needed today h
Unquestionable qual- n
ity. Unsurpasses, j
MISS A. McCULLOCH
208-9 Hubbard Bhlg. R
Phone 109 U
With the blowing down of
ind the high tension wire be-
Fargo, nil trains
! were stalled and passengers were olilig
j id to stay in the cars until about 4
o clock this morning. The storm passed
on to Hutteville where several houses
were blown down and several persons
killed at I. cuts. The damage at v" : rrma-mMnrormKiK
has been repaired and the electric; ; 8 ntmr lTAArvi P ItAITCT
trains are now running on regular J fJOODLE HOUSL
Two ears of coin from the ten ears'
that received the highest award at, tin I
'nnnnui-Pncifie exposition were receiv-i
cd this morning by I.. J. Chapin. The ;
com is of the Pride of the North va-
riety and was sent to Mr. Chapin bv O. ,
K. Freytag, director of agriculture' for
Oregon, it was raised in the corn belt '
of the central states and will be plant-;
ed by Mr. Chapin to test its growing!
qualities and to find out whether it is;
adapted to this climate. The cob of C
ear is small nnd the kernels more than!
the average length. Samples of peas.!
South American cow kale ami pop corn,
nil prize winners, were received by Mr. j
Chapin and will be planted to try' their,
growing qualities in this climate. I
RICE PORK 10c
FRIED RICE 15c
420 FERRY STREET
The city beautiful Idea is becoming
contagious and now the city council is!
getting ready to lend its influence to-;
wards making Salem nnt it should be, I
the prettiest residence city t,f the north-!
nest. Noting that several societies are!
preparing plans to beautify the city
nnd that a clean up day wiil soon be
inaugurated by the civic' department of
the Commercial club, a resolution will ;
be introduced at the meeting of the
council this evening calling attention
to the fact that the city is endeavor
ing to clean up. AKo to the feet tint
certain buildings cu the main streets
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