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THE DAILY CAPITAL JQT RNAL, SALEM, QREflQv SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1916.
Sunday and Monday
Sunday and Monday
LAST IT IS HERE
trance Case of Mary Page
WRITTEN BY THE AUTHOR OF THAT UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS
MARY." A GRIPPING MYSTERY DRAMA FEATURING
'WHAT HAPPENED TO
tfHA MAYO ITU -
ZHSTHMQt CASE of MARY PAGE:
A SPLENDID ARTISTE
Don't forget the Mary Page Gown to
Displayed in Meyers Window next
Be given away to the most popular lady
week in addition
HENRY B. WALTHALL
THE MOST FINISHED ACTOR IN PICTURES
A COMPLETE FEATURE
Charlie Chaplin in "A Night in a Show"
See Charlie in a dress suit and without that funny WalkA Good Show MAKE US PROVE IT.
Continuous Show Sunday. MATINEE 2 to 6 p. m., 10c. 6 to 10 p. m., 15c
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HENRY B. WALTHALL
Star of "Birth of a Nation.'
BEEF TO ADVANCE
" Portland, Ore., April 1. Because of
the high prices of steers in the North
Portland yards, a rise of half a cent a
pound in the best grnden of dresj-d
heef is to be made next week, deaiers
amounccd today. This week's quota-
tiois are 13 cents, while 13 1-4 will
prevail next week. No change is un
i.riiTiad for chuck and other ..iii'iin
New Today Ads work while yon
leep will have results for yon in the
CLYDE B. HON
10 BE DIRECTOR ON
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SHOWN HEBE BEFORE A SCREAM I )
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,5oYernor Will Appoint Repub
lican Nominee To Fill
Clyde B. Aitchison, of the State rui -lie
Service Commission, will assume the
directorship ot the railroad commis
sioners' association at Washington, D.
C at a salary of $8,500 a year, accord
ing to the report at the state house
today. Mr. Aitchison 's resignation
from the Oregon commission will take
effect June 1. Governor Withyconibe
stated some time ago that in case Mr.
Aitchison resigned he would appoint the
republican nominee, tor public service
commissioner from enstorn Oregon to
fill the vacancy.
Mr. Aitcliisnn's appointment, it is un
litrstoud, was made some time ago but
he had dcfervel iicept.iuce pcau.iig !ii
completion of a tvo year iip:vrs. of
the properties rf the Portland" Ka:h' :iy
Light & Power tompnny ivhuH is nov
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
The monthly board meeting will br
held Tuesday morning, April 4.
Mrs. Park recently met with Mi;r.
McN'ary's Bible class and gave them
an interesting talk.
All young women In Palem are in
vited to attend the regular monthly
party Monday evening at 8 o'clock. A
program with interesting numbers hs
been prepared. Refreshments will re
served. A group of girls from the Grant
junior high have organized a club with
the following officers: President, Kl
len Owen; vice presment, Ruth Aspin
wall; secretary, Grace Davis; treswurer.
Bernice Prnin; reporter. Louis Conner-
ll-uner, .11 iss .Mir e t IK
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Reported Jury Stands 8 to 4
-Trouble Feared If He
j Oroville, ( al., April 1. It was stated
; today that the jury in Rev. Madison
slaughter's trial 0n a charge of attack
! ing lo year old Gertrude Ijimson, voted
to i for conviction when its first bal
lot was cast after hreakfast to.lav.
'This is the name standing that whs re
ported last night when the jurors be-
gan their deliberations.
Deputy sheriffs closely guarded the
! jury-room doors today, permitting no
person tu conic near them as the voices
jof the men deciding Slaughter's fate
; were plainly audible in the hallway
when the debate became healed.
Slaughter strolled around the court-
house manifesting no signs of nervous
! ness as tho day wore on. Heading
; newspaper reports flint he was shaken
jand that the jury was voting against
i him, Slaughter sought out his lawyer,
! Guy C. Kennedy, in the yard and asked
j him about it.
j "That's damned reporter talk," as
! sorted Kennedy.
; iHith siiles are sanguine of cettin.'
! the verdict.
j When the jury comes in with its ver
dict the news will be spread in Oro
I ville by the ringing of the old town
I bell, which for manv years has danced
! out startling tidings t0 the people. Al
most every person 111 town who can
possibly do so has arranged to rush to
tho court-house when tho bell rings.
Slaughter will be closely guarded lest
there be a demonstration in the-event
of an acquittal.
Club Alleys to Run
Under New Management
The flub Howling alleys have been
sold by Steutsmau and Wilson to T. K
I'isey, of Tillamook,, who formerly con
ducted nn alley and pool room in that
city. Mr. Casey has closed the alleys
for a few days to make sonio repairs
anil ihnugcs in the establishment and
will open up for hnsiuessl Tuesday,
April II, with the alleys in first class
One afternoon each week will be set
a.-i.lo for ladies anil Mr. Casey will de
pend upon the ladies to inform him
which afternoon is most convenient for
them. A duck pin league will lie funned
in the near future.
' Wake up !
Wake up get busy. To
day is Saturday; tomorrow
is Sunday, and it bids fair
to be warm and pleasant.
We want your undivided
attention for just a few
minutes today to show you
the newest things for
Spring in Ties, Shirts, Hats
167 Commercial St.
. Leading Clothiers
MTUe Dill imi. ns e- c i . ;!
WILLIAM FOX PROOUCTIONOB
West Indies, to be
A Scene fiK)m the big Fox production, taken in tho
shown at Ye Liberty Sunday
GERMANY TO INVESTIGATE
Coining to Ye Liberty for three days
Starting Tuesday, April 4.
BERNHARDT ON THE SCREEN
Whether or not Mine. Sarah Hern
haidt will be able to nialio another
I American tour, she will be here in her
ov- self, in Bluebird Hiotoidnys,
and the local display of the feature
film will be at the Hligh Theatre on
Sunday and Monday, when "Jeanne
Pore," the last piece in whk-h' she.
acted upon Hie stage, will he shown.
While the stage world and its follow
ers are wondering just what effect the
results of her operation will have upon
her acting, it is to be remembered that
It is now becoming quite the' pr.pcr ' jhad
..nn i-.mt-.-i ining io send your trie'i-ts
Knster greetings by wire. And in oi h r
to havo these greetings appear in an
artistic form nnd in a way mor-' impro
priate than the usual blanks, the West,
ern Union has supplied nil in agents
with attractive blanks cspivnllv .'ig;
gestive of the Knster sensuii. X. ).:
Prepay your telegrams.
Three spots on the sun are reported i."''"1''11'"'"' '"'"'"'s "f pantomime, hat)
by the city astronomer, 1. J,. MeAd uns, i cvpr ',c0'1 H,)lc t0 t(''1 "u,re wi,h ,,lw
He states that in former timnu ih glance of her eye, or a shrug of her
him ui occur more than ouen
every in years, hut. that in recent times
that they have shown up every three
Phone 81 for better carrier
shoulders, than many actresses of her
day could vouchsafe by word of mouth,
lieruhardt upon the screen may be re
lied upon to be the Bernhardt' of old,
greatest woman of her generation.
Subscribe for tho Capital
Journal. All news, no con-
Washington, April I. Germany hai
promised an immediate investigation oi
the charge that Teuton submarines have
renewed their campaign of torpedoing
without warning allied merchantmci
The members I enrrviner Americans, aceordiny in Am-
Kllen Owen. Madolvn Owen. Until I bnsnador Gerard's renort tmlnv. Tie
Aspinwall, Crace Davis. Bernice Bonn, said he was unable to learn liow soon
Louise Cooper, Veva Henninn, Aleen tho desired information might be ob
Hidmnn, Luelln ' Bamett, Xancy Sav-! tainnble.
age. Bertha Vick, Leah Koss, Doris Xep-1 With specific data en route from scv
tune, Audnn J'eetz. Fiista Wniiimr I eral American eonsuls nnd thuuc .nr.
"nam, iirace hinenck and ances given (iernnl. it is tie bevert
Beryi t ooper. the fucts in the case will be laid br
fore l'resident Wilson within a week
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been so insignificant thut
Mjirshinallow Salad: Purloin a sa.-k
of niaihmallows, chip up a rubber over
y.iop into rme nuts, ami cover libernllv j impossible to base a definite
with automobile trapsimssion oil. The action upon it.
inni'shniallow.s may be omitted if de-
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it has been
TOia PICTURE NEVEB SHOWN HERE BEFORE
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WUllam E. Shay
The Ruling Passion
AN ORIENTAL PLAY OP STRONG DRAMATIC - VALUE PRO
DUCED AMID THE TROPIC SPLENDORS OF THE WEST INDIES
Charles James alias Charles Adam
entered a plea of guilty to a chaig"
of petit larceny in department No. i
the circuit court to.t'.y and was sen
tenced to .'ifl days in the county jail nnd
immediately began serving his sentence.
I Patrick O'Coniiell who was indicted on
ja charge of perjury was released on his
(own recognizance. C. W. Scott, who
n i was hoi cieo on a c a n:e oi se 1 1 nrr u
pistol witnout a per titl, entered a plea I
of not guilty todu;. and Ins hearing
was Tict for Wed lies, my, April 5. Rex
Turner and Cleve ,'inikins. who were
jointly indicted on i charge of misap
propriation of state funds were arraign
ed today in department No. 1 of the
circuit court anil will cuter their pie, is
April 5 at !) a. m. K. X. Tracy and T.
II. Tracy, who are under indictm 'ill
on a charge of selling wood "at a
greater measure than its true measure" i
have been released on their own reeoj,- I
nuance nnd K. X. Tracy will be trieii i
Thursday morning and T. If. Tracy in
A. Alpin, who wiih arrested at Wool j
burn yesterday and brought to this;
city bv Denutv Sheriff Xeedh.i m. w :i I
j not arraigned today in the circuit con
I Aplin, who is faniiliiirly known as,
l"Snake" Alpin nn.n mdicted on fiv. j
counts charging illicit liquor selling ii:id )
i on ench count the bail wns fixed at :".T i
I and in default of the bail Aplin was I
I lodged in the county jail to await tri.il. j
The case of the state against Harry
Walling, charged with non-tuppon wni
dismissed upon the motion of th" ilis
trict attorney on tho grounds of ins:if
ficieut evidence. The case of the state
against J. W. Young was nlxo dism;
on the same grounds. Both of these
eases were continued from Inst teria.
Empress S.&C. Vaudeville
"The War Child"
Miss Ann Hamilton
and a Distinguished Capt
VALDO & CO.
BLACK FACE FUNSTER
THEY DON'T DANCE
BUT, .HOW THEY CAN
Five Casting Lamys
A wonderful & sensational Casting Act
SUNDAY One Day Only
Matinee and Evening
The Two Greatest in
Sunday and Monday