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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALfiM, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAR. 25. 1916.
New and Used
We need the Space, hence the ex
tremely low prices. See list below:
One 818 Cast Iron Detroit Range with dull steel high closet, sanitary base, 18-inch
oven, six lids, double fire backs, draw-out hearth, a fine baker; regular $38.50
value; special on this range ; $24.50
One large Detroit Cook Stove with large reservoir, very much the same as the
above range ; regular price $35.00; special price for this stove $21-50
Also one exactly same as above but slightly used; regular $35, used price. . $15.00
One new Kitchen Gem Cast Iron Cook Stove; regular $12.50, sale price $8 00
Also one larger size '. $9.00
Four all steel body Cook Stoves with good cast tops, sells regularly for $12.00,
special while they last $8.75
One used Buck Steel Cook Stove in good condition, sold new for $30.00, sale
One large $65.00 Bridge-Beach Steel Range with Reservoir, in fine condition, just
the Stove for large family, boarding house, lodge or church kitchen. This Range
is well worth $40.00, but.will be sold for $25.00
One $50.00 used Standard Steel Range in good condition, special $18.00
One used $40.00 Royal Range, a very neat small sized Range in good order, price
W.CBawIey Files As
Candidate for Congress
W. C. Hawley, of Salem, filed today
as a candidate for nomrnatlou by the
republican party for the office of rep
resentative in congrCBS, first cougres
His slogan is: "No interests"to serve
but the public interests."
Other candidates are:
Lionel C. Maekay, ut oTT!nncl, sn
didate for nomination by the republican
party for the office of representative
in the legislative assembly, Eighteenth
Gus C. Mower, of Portland, candidate
for nomination by the republican pnrty
for the office of state senator, Thir
teenth senatorial district,
Robert M. Duncan, of Vidn, candi
date fof nomination by the republican
party for the office of district attor
ney for Malheur county.
John G. Hoke, of Baker, candidate
for nomination bv the democratic, party
for the office of representative in the
legislative assembly, i wenty-sixth rer
o. 1228 North Winter street. Sun
y services: Sabbath school 9:45.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday 7:45 p. m.
W. J. Johnston, pastor.
Sunday services as follows: Knee
drill, U:30 a. ni. Sunday school and
Bible class, 10:30 a .m. Christian
praise meeting, 3 p. m. T. P. L., 6:15
p. m. Salvation meeting, 7:45 p. m.
Week night services every night except
Monday and Thursday, (.'apt. and Mis.
St Paul's Episcopal.
Robert S. (Jill, rector. Holy com
munion 7:30 a. m. Meetin and address
11:00 a. ni. Evensong and address
7:30 p. in. Sunday school 9:45 a. ni.
First Methodist Episcopal.
Corner State and Church streets,
Richard X. Avison, minister. 9:00 a. m
class meeting: 9:45 a. ni. Sibbath
DAY I 'bool, Messrs. Schramm and Oilkey,
WILL ASK GOVERNOR
A petition will go forward from this Superintendents; H:00 a. m. morning
city asking Governor Withyeombe to worship, sermon by pastor, "The High
Bet aside a day in Miv to be known; est Ministry"; 6:30 p. m. Intermediate
We guarantee our second hand Ranges to be in good order and to do first class
cooking. . Used Ranges taken in exchange for new or bought, outright. Let us
figure with you on anything you need in Furniture; we will take your used furni
ture in exchange.
. This is a merchant tailor shop where your clothes
are made to fit your individual need by men who live
and spend their money in Salem.
The measuring, cutting and fitting of clothes in
this shop is done by an expert, who know7s his busi
ness from long experience.
The materials from which you select your suit are
the best product of the weaver's skill and the best
that money can buy. The colors are absolutely
Notwithstanding the general rise in prices on
woolens, due to the war, our Sixth Annual Spring
Opening Sale offers you the opportunity to wear
the best clothes in Salem and at the same time to
save money on their purchase.
Suits, Salem Made,
$25, $30. $35 and $40
Suits Tailored to Order
$12.50, $15, $17.50 & $20
Style, Fit and Finish Guaranteed.
D. H. Mosher
Tailor to Men and Women
344 State Street Next to Patton's Bookstore
jS JOOETY J
as "bird day." J. K. Mount took the.
matter up with State Game Warden
Shoemaker, and the move met his ap
proval. Silverton Appeal.
ing for Hubbard, where she will give
several readings at the benefit min
strel show tonight.
Mrs. Anna Rogers Fish will movo the
first of April to the new Moore build
ing on Court street, where she will
have an attractive new studio.
Mrs. Frank Meyers will entertain the
Mothers' class of the First Methodist
church at her residence Tuesday after
noon. Miss Edna Josse returned Wednes
day from Portland where she was the
gul st of her sister Mrs. George Jlaack
for several days.
Mrs. F. R. Stevenson returned Thurs
day evening from Brownsville where
she visited Mrs. W. B. Minier.
Dr. and Mrs. H. .1. Clements went to
Portland this morning where they will
spend tho week end.
The F. I), I., class of the First Pres
bvterian church, met at the home of the
Misses Florence and Selina Kunirow,
1335 State street, Friday.
After a short business session. Miss
Palmer gave a siiort talk on ' ' Sympathy
Towards Our r-nennes. '
Dainty refreshments were served by
the hostess assisted by Ruch Gibson
land Greta Misnor.
Those present were: Mrs. Emmons,
teacher; Miss Palmer, assistant teach
er; Helen ilogue, Lorn Purvine, Mary
Jane Albert, Maud McCov, Ruth Wcl-
born, (ireta Misner, Mamie Victor,
Ruth Gibson, Elsie Gilbert", Luira Mnrr,
Selma Kumrou, Florence Kumrou and
LADIES' AID AT BROOKS
(Continued from Page Two.)
at ten o'clock a. m. ami close at four
o'clock p. in.
Mrs. Keith Powell and baby son,
! George Bin"h iin, of Lafayette, are the
'guests of the former's parents, .Mr. and
Mrs. George Bingham.
! One of the most attractive aff lira of
the mid-week was the five hundred
party for which Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
I Hartley were hosts.
j Their guests included the members of
! the Cherry City Card club and. a table
or so of friends to make five tables of
! the game.
i Card honors fell to Mrs. Fred Steus-
! lof f md J. B. Craig.
! The rooms were charming with an ar-
' ray of spring blossoms.
i Assisting Mrs. Hartley were: Miss
j Hazel Downing, Miss Jennie Fry and
; Miss Edith Siiaw.
i Tonight the Chemeketa Camp Fire
Girls will present Mrs. Middleton, solo
' ist; Mrs. Thnclier, pianist, and Miss
j Forbes, violinist, from the University
i of Oregon, in concert, at the Presby
i terian church.
Miss Grace Bibcock left this morn-
League, Mrs. M. C. Findlev, supcrinteu
dent; :30 p. m. Kpwortii league, Miss
Eva Seott, president; 7:30 p. m. even
ing worship, sermon by the pastor "The
i romise aim tlie hook." Music by the
chorus choir both morning and evening
under the direction ot Dr. ri-ank W.
Chase. District Superintendent T. B.
Ford will have chuge of the mid-week
prayer service on Thursday evening.
Following this, he will hold the quarter
James Elvin, pastor. Sunday school
meets promptly at ten o'clock. W. 1.
Stalcv. superintendent. Morning ser
vice eleven o'clock. Subject, "The
Prophet of the Art of Loving Kind
ness. " Special lnu-Jc morning tauU
evening bv chorus choir, director, Win.
McGilchrist, Sr. Christian Endeavor
nt 0:30 p. m. Ple.isnnt Sunday even
ing service 7:.')0. Doors open at 7.
Pine congregational singing, special
music bv excellent chorus choir, brief
address by pastor, beautiful motion pic
tures. A delightful way to spend a
pleasant hour Sundnv evening. You
will enjoy it. Evervbodv invited and
everybody welcome. Thursday evening
meeting ciu. studies in ook of Acts,
read page 3
present at the regular meeting Mon
day morning 10:30 nt th V. M. C. A.
building. Dr. R. N. Avison will read
a paper, the subject of which is "Jesus
tne i ropriet of imiiiee." All having
tickets for the Social Service and Pil
estine Pageant will please report to the
secretary not later than Monday morning.
Enst State and Eighteenth streets, I
George Koehler, pistor. Sunday school!
in German and- English at 10 o'clock.
Divine service at 10:30 a. m. Subject:
"The Messengers of Pence." Luther
league nt. 7 o'clock. Evening service
in English at 7:30 p. m.
First Church of Christ, Scientists
Sunday services nre held at -1 10
Chemeketa street, it 11 a. in. and S
p. m. Subject of Itible lesson "Real
ity, " Sunday school at 0:4.1 a. in.
( orner M mon and N. Liliertv streets I Wednesday evening testimonial meet
Dr. G. F. Holt, pastor. Sunday school ing nt S o'clock. Rending room in
nt 9:45. Public worship at 11 a .in. , tho Hubbard building, suite 303, and is
and 7:30 p. m. Morning topic. "God's j open every dny, except Sundnvs and
Workmen." Evening topic, " How Help . holidays, from 11:4,1 a. in. to 4 p. in.
Came to a Lonely Young Man." The All no welcome to our services and in
public, is cordially invited to all these vited to visit our reading room.
Leslie Methodist Episcopal. Corner of Chemeketa nnd Cottage
Bible school 0:4.-) a. m. PreachriiL' ' streets. Richard P. Tiseher. minister.
service u a. in. and :30 p. in., sermons
by the pistor. Junior league 3 p. in.
Kpworth league ti:30 p. m. "Pageant
of Nations." Special Wednesday even
ing 7:30, "Report of Laymen's Mis
sionary Convention," by' Dr. R. X.
Brooks, Ore., Mar. 25. -The Ladies'
Aid of Brooks met nt the hospitable
home of Mrs. Scott Hickox, at Brooks,
on Thursday afternoon, March 23, 19 Hi.
The house was beautifully decorated in
hyacinths and spring beauties. There
being no business or work to come be
fore the society the afternoon was
spent socially. Master Windsor Hunt
rendered some, very creditable selec
tions. The little Misses Marie Dun
lavy and Mary Sturgis sang prettily.
Mrs. Hickox gave a reading. Dainty
refreshments were served. Those pres
ent were: Miss Elizabeth ('011101111,
Mrs. M. L. Jones. Mrs. A. E. Harris,
Mrs. W. P. Jones, Mrs, Clyde Harris,
Mrs. Frank Sturgis, Mrs. Jacob Noylor,
Mrs. .Tno. Duulnvy. Mrs. Robert Hayes,,
Mrs. Ralph Sturgis, Mts. Will Gilbert,
Mrs. Walter Hunt, Mrs.' Scott Hickox,
little Marie and Johnnie Dunlavy, little
Mary Sturgis, Master Windsor Hunt,
Master Theodore Hickox.
RICH FAIL IN DUTY
Los Angeles, Cal., Mar. 2.1. If the
rich did their duty there would be no
suffering in the world, wis the state
ment today of Nathan Strauss, New
York philanthropist, addressing the Na
than Strauss Palestine Advancement
society, he told them that if people
with an income of $30,000 yenrlv or ov
er would reach out a helping hind to
the poor it would go a long way to
ward improving the world.
Dr. Arthur Waite Expects
Death in the Electric Chair
North 1 ottagc street between Cen
ter and Marion, A. A. Winter, Minis
ter. 10:0(1 a. in, Sunday school, Mr.
A. A. Flesher, superintendent; 11:00 a.
in. Pre idling, "The Fortitude of the
Christian Life," bv pastor: 3:00 n. in.
Junior Endeavor, lenders, Pauline Rem
ington and Feral Flesher; 11:3(1 p. m.
Young l'eojde's meeting, topic, "Great
Home Missionaries," lender, .Mrs. (I. N.
Thompson; 7:30 p. in. sermon hy Rev.
If. C. Stover, minister of tiie Central
ot pulpits. Thursday evening, mid
week prayer meeting. To ill our scr
vices you are cordially invited.
Sunday school at ten o'clock. Miss
Ktlrrd Fletcher, superintendent. Adult
class meets nt ten o'clock, Mr. Huston,
lender. Morning service at, eleven
o'clock. No evening meeting. "Man
Know Thyself is the subject of the
morning. .Music bv Mrs. T. H. Gal
loway. Mr. II irry Mills, organist. All
friends of liberal religion and of pro
gressive idealism nre enrdiiillv invited
j lo our sen n es. Bring your friends.
j Gospel Mission.
j Formerly Snlciu .Mission, corner Com-
. inerciii 1 nnd Center streets, Sundnv
.,..1 1 O.'li. - ..... '
m-uiiui ;.u p. 111. i reacuing ,i:.ui and
7:45 p. in. Prayer meeting Wednesday
7:45 p. in. E. K. Slipyer, pastor.
German M. E.
Corner Thirteenth and Center streets,
-1. J. Wei- Miister. Sundnv school
at 10 a. ni., Henry Grnlnpp, superintend
ent. Public worship nt 11 o'clock. Ep
worth league at 7 . 111. Hcrirv Carl,
leader. Bible study at 7:30.
Swedish Tabernacle M. E.
Comer South 15th and Mill streets,
Rev. John Ovall, pnstor. Sunday school
at 2:30 p. m. Preaching at 3:30 p. m.
and 8 p. 111. All Scandinavians are most
cordially invited to attend.
241 State street. Kev. Henry TW.
An exchange! 11 index, colored evangelist, spenlis Sun-
nay nt .1 p. 111. me colored evangelists
will hold meetings in the mission for
another week at 7:45 p. m. They preach
the old fashioned gospel with much unc
tion from nliove. Come ami henr them.
After Sunday evening. Kev. R. (. Mill
er will be present und have charge of
the singing. J. D. Cook, superintend
ent. The Church of God.
177ll Fairgrounds road. Sundiy school
at 10 a. 111. Edward Declien, superin
tendent. Siiiid.iv services nt 11 fl. 111.
and 1 :.I0 p. m. Wednesday service at
Mil p. m. All are cordially invited
Ethel Williams, pastor.
P. T. Porter, minister. Bible scjocil
0:45 a. 111., Dr. II. '. Epley, director,
Lloyd Holdimiin assistant. Greut orches
tra, something eery minute. Contest
waxes warm. Come and help. 11:00
n. m. worship ami address by Mrs. Es
son. Mary Schultz, violinist. ih.'IO p.
ni., C. E. 7:30 p. 111., sermon by pas
tor. Large chorus, orchestra and dis
solving views Willi stereopticon
Shawls, Capes, Coals and
Coatees In All the Colors
of the Rainbow
By Margaret Mason.
(Written for t;,e United Press.'1
H. C. Stover, minister. The members
ot the Sunday school will attend the
district convention at Chemawa in a
body. No morning service. Chrixtiitn
Endeavor it 7:30 p. in.
New York, Mar. 25. D Arthur
Warren Waite is a prisoner in Bellevue
hospital todiy, expecting to be sent to
the death ciiair for his self-confessed
share in the poisoning of John E. Peck,
hi 4 father-in-law. A more gripping
poison mystery is being unfolded than
that in the chapter on toxicology in
Dumas "Monte f'risto."
Mrs. Mary Horton is the "other
woman ' in the case, from renruary
or inale lile cin-uniserilied and nar-
row He insists that He dues not but
that He adds to life and multiplies its
ineaniii" and its power. The morning
incuts and Mrs. Horton 's rooms nt the "t'.""'"1 ,l" pastor, 1 ail 11. hlliott,
Comer South ll'th and Ferry streets,
H. (.'. Stover, minister. Sunday school
at 10 a. 111. Junior Kudcnvor nt ! p. ni.
Senior Endeavor at 0:15 n. m. Kvi-n.
Wei-: ing worship at 7:30. Kev. A. A. Winter
pastor ot the I'uited Kviiiuolicai
" . church, Snlein, will occupy the pulpit
First Presbyterian. in the evening. Tho pastor issues an
Carl II. Elliott, pastor. Wliat i( earnest invitation to the members rind
life Does Jesus sulitrid from life! friends of the church In h,.nr u-;.
almost within his clutches when the
wealthy father-in-law came from Grand
Hipids to spend some time with in in in
W, C. T. U.
Sun. lay nt 4 o'clock nt llamp .Memor
ial hall there will lie 1 1 .ting iu ;,.
or of Neal low, the father ot oinhilii-
All are invited.
Women Plead For Htm.
Xew Yoik, Mir. 23. Not merely one
"other womin'' but many flitted like
butterflies near tne flame in the gay
night life of New York with Dr. Ar
thur Warren Waite, now pleading for
22 until M m h 18 she maintained a merciful death to release him, according
costly apartment at the Plaza hotel, to assertions today by officers who nc-
Dr. Wnite and Mrs. Horton registered cuse the man of poisoning his wealthy
as "Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Walters, of father-in-law, John E. Peck, of-Grind
New Ro'helle." -'" Rapids, Michigan.
Peck died March 12, supposedly of Police searched Dr. Waite 's luxurious
arsenic tioisonine. Suspicion was di- Riverside Drive apartments and found
ret ted at Dr. Wjite bv a maid who said I in them hundreds of suits of clothes 1
she saw him pour liquid into Peck's and in a wall safe mnny interesting
soup nnd tea. After first denying all; books nnd papers. There wis a dairy
knowledge of Peck's death, Dr. Waite J enlivened with picturesque comments
admitted he purchased poison for t'eck.on several innmornas. utner noons con
because the latter said he "wanted to
Detectives sav Dr. S nte tried to
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tained names, dates and addresses. De
tectives are seeking these womn.
Itr. Waite. still weak from the over-
bribe the maid to change her story. He i. lose of opiates he gave himself on the
borrowed $4O,0n0 from his wife 's aunt, j eve of his arrest, is tossing on 1 cot
speculating with $30,000 and sending! at Bellevue hospital, guarded by po
the remainder to his brother in Grand lice. He beseeches death to release
Rapids, Michigan. ;him, ami constantly bemoans his situa-
District, Attorney Rwann's theory is tion. District Attorney Swann alleges
that Dr. Waite needed more money to Dr. Waite poisoned his father iii luw
maint tin his Riverside Drive apnrt jto get money for the upkeep of iiis
ments and Mrs. ollrtyn's rooms at the various estildishiiicnts and loves.
will he mi amplication ot Jesus' words
"1 clime that ye might line life, and Hon
nave it more iioundantly. ' In the
evening the subject is "the man who1 South Salem Friends,
set his heart." The Sunday school j ' orner of S. Coinnien-ial and Wash
meets at 0:45 o'clock with classes for ; ington streets, . .;. I'einberton pnstor.
all awes. .Mr. Jos. II. Albeit is super-; Hilde school at 10 11, m., H. C. Miles
intendent. (superintendent. IKvmigclist' C'la'scock'
W'H 'dcich ... II n. m. and 7:30 p. m.
I. B. S. A. !'' E meeting at 0:30 p. m will have a
.Meet in Hudgers building on thc report of state convention hy J.lovd
corner of High and Ferry treet at 10 . Holdemnn, president of the ciiv union,
o'clock .1. in. Those interested in 1 Prayer meeting Thnrsdav 7: 1,1 p. m. We
Bible truth are united to meet with have had thy blessing 'of Cod on the
ua- I meetings through the week Uud are
i looking for a gicnt day tod iv,
Jason Lee Memorial. j
At the corner of Jeffeion n ml X. CHICKEN TRAINING
Winter streets, J. Mnniculm Brown,! DEVICE THAT TRAINS
I pastor. Sundnv school at 10 a. ru. j A chicken triiiuinif device, iwtei.ie.l
I'reiicning services at 11 a. hi. and at by W. F. Kerr, of line citv, is now be
i:30 p. 111. Kpwortii league devotional ing offered to chicken inisers. Mr.
service nt H:3il p. m. Mr mgers made ; Kerr is now appointing agents to
welcome to nil services. handle the illustrated plans and spoeifi-
u I'-ations. The device mav easilv be built
United Brethren. ,y anyone who secures the" right to
(astle Chapel, comer Seventeenth I build one and right inuv lie secured lit
and Nebiaskt, II. H. Di,rl, minister, a very reisonalde price. Thev sell on
G. ('. Tool.er, Sunday school superin-', sight,' is the way Mr, Kerr expressed
dent. Bible school 10 a. m. Morning, himself after being out among chicken
worship, 11 a. m. Christian lindenvor, j misers. Mr. Kerr is a mnn of cxpen
0:30 p. in. Evening worship, 7:30. A em-e in the chicken business and the
cordiil imitation is extended to all. Idevi.e he is offering was thoroughly
I tried out before it was ever placed nil
Ministerial Union. thv market. S,h erton Appeal.
All members are hereby uigcl to bo
I'riscilla doesn't give a rap
For wraps of any sort;
Vet every 0110 is wearing wrapi;
They're Fashion's stl'ongest forst.
To still bcVhic, escape a cape
And give A saeque the sack,
I'riscilla solved with much finesse,
Also a deal of tact.
Indeed, she's doubly fashionable,
Yet not a wrap sho bought
Her brow is mantled with a blush
And she is w rapper in throught.
New York, Mar. 25. Shawl I or
shawl I not
That's the j, resent s.irtorial question.
The Spanish flavor iu our dressing, tho
quaint "befo' the war" touches of tbo
hoops and crinoline have called forth
from layers of tissue paper nnd old lav
ender those graceful fringed squarch
that wr.ipped our grandmothers in
cashmere ami romance.
There are exquisite gossamer itct
shawls, black or white, for wear with,
tne fluffy ruffles of our summer organ
dies! lovely paste! tinted crepe shuwltt
with deep silk fringe, ns well ns the
heivily embroidered crepe shawls ut
Of course the exolie beauties of the
brilliantly embroidered Spanish shuwln
lire in great demand by all that contin
gent of stunning brunettes who effect,
long drooping eiiirings and lniigouroim
Even the maid of sports has f.illc-n
for the shawl in the shape of the warm
merino plaidie of old Scotland.
There is such 11 fad for cunning lit f to
capes that it is indeed n determined
and square set of feminine shouldcni
that c m escape their lure.
Tafleta seems the favorite medium
for these fascinating frivolities and
most of the enpes are ruffled. They
are nil ridiculously short and incon
sequential nnd therefore coquettish.
One, of peach color t.U'feta is simply
three tiers of ruffles with another high
ruffle turned up around the neck for ;i
collar. Two tiny artificial peaches tied
with a knot am long dangling ends of
narrow picot edged old blue ribbons iuo
set at the back of the collar.
Another contr.istiag type is a plain
ittle fitted enpe of grey taffeta, nc-o
line d with a niching around its should
er length finish and a loll collar that,
reye !, the rose lining.
Then there are tiie quniut little silli
coatees and saeques of ls.30. W0111
"ith summer frocks they are irresis
tible. One of tipple green i'uille has lim
ing bell sleeves and a flaring little pep
Iiiiii edged nil ubout with .1 quilling of
Another little basque like saeque of
bronze faillo is finished ja n cording
and fastens ut the waist line with tv,o
Long coats of faille belted in at tho
waist line with voluminous skins .nut
long capes of taffeta for evening wen,
fully as full ns the barrel .skirt beneath
them add variety to the wrap family.
Surely with such nu assortment to
dionse from everyono cm be n nipped
in her own personality.
WANTS GRIGUS BADLY
Los Angeles, Cal., Mar. - l'.,li,,
.Mi.icr. owner of the Vernon tenia, to
day offered two-thirds if Vs bml
team to the Montreal lute-iunc I
lingue team fur Arthur (iiifg., in
" Rather than engage in 1 fi;.),f V,ti,
Montreal before the National vitn.ii:i
sion, I will give the Inicrn-itioiii l
league dub six players," Miid Mniec
toilay. "Montreal can liuve Outfit bi n
Kane, P.nyb-ss, Catcher nnd .M, ,11111.
They can also take lufielders- Purtcit
President Al Bnnm nrrived today to
talk over the trouble with Muicr, mi l
Baum ill ni, the Vernon magnate 111
his fight f"r the player.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all t'xugjjibts.