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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1916.
"Salem's Style Store"
i A Great
Arrive at Dublan
By H. D. Jacobs.
(United Tress stuff correspondent.)
U. 8. Army Headquarters, Dublund
Mexico, (By wireless to Columbus April
.1.) Two American urmv aviators who
had been missing sinee Friday arrived
here today. They wore caught in a ruin
nnd snow storm in Chocolate pnss, '
OUR FACILITIES, PLUS OUR EXPERIENCE
Enables us to make and adjust those glasses which
help your eyes most.
Ask for the Shur-On mounting.
MISS A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist,
208-209 Hubbard Building. Phone 109
The Store That Saves You Money,
Spring Time demands that you take baby out.
If you have a Fulton or Fultonette you will enjoy
' The Fulton Gocart as a colapsible cannot be dupli
cated for simplicity. Just the thing for that auto
See them on display in our north window.
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saEEEE2S2B"Successor8 toCalef Bros
, ,, ,
Pre-Easter Sale 100 Newest 1
and Misses' Suits at $19.85
For this week we place on sale abeautiful assortment of New York's
latest model Suit at a price within the reach of everyone 100 choice
Suits to select from including the popular serges, poplins, gabardines
and various check patterns in navy,peach, tan, Belgian blue, sage
green, apricot, champagne and various colored checks . Choice
miles south of headquarters, while fly
ing in from Namiqtnpa.
Facing a blinding rain, tho flying
men narrowly eaeapeil death. Finnlb
they beonmo lost and landed near the
home of a Mexican, lie proved friend
ly, giving them food, lodging and musi
cal cutertninment. On Saturday ho
started with them toward United States
army headquarters. When they arrived
hero n horso nnd wagon was sent buck
for their aeroplanes, which were not
See Window Display
A Seven-Day Pre-Easter Sale
of New York Latest Millinery
exclusive styles no two
QUALITY AND SERVICE
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April It Eleetiou of director
'tourist and publicity depart
ment, Commercial Club.
April 4 Recognition services
for Rev. Cleo. F. Holt, First
April 7 Tmkcgee Jubilee sing
ers at Congregational church.
April 7 Prof. Robert E.
Stauffer lo.cr.ure at public lib
rary on "Oregon Litera
ture." Apuil 9 Oregon Social Hygiene
Suciety, open meeting at
Armory, 3 p. m.
April 18 registration for
primary election closes.
April H. Flection of director
April 22. Mid Summer Night's
lh-enm, Opera House, auspices
Salem Women's Club.
April 2H Faster Sunday.
April 28 Dance, benefit Salem
Street Railway band, at the
April 2S High school piny
"Creen Stockings" at opera
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fita glass
m correctly. U. 8. Bank. Bldg.
George Trazure, of Uie West Salem
Supply company who has been serious
ly ill for several weeks, is reported
this morning to be rapidly improving in
health, and out of danger.
Dr. B tone' i drug store.
F. F. Schram, who has been with the
Chicago store in the grocery depart
ment for the Inst seven months, has ac
cepted n position in Mnrshfield and
left for that city with his f. unity this mouth. Last February, the sale of
morning. stamps amounted to $thiS.75 while dur-
o , ing the month of March the Sales went
Automobiles for hire, passengers ftndjon so stoadilv that the totul amount
baggage trnnstercd, rates reasonnmc, 1
country trips a specialty.
Kirov. I'lioua 947 or tio9.
Mr. aud Mrs. L. E. Sheldon of Al
bany are in the city and expect to
make Salem their home. Mr. Sheldon
was formerly head of t he dress goods
department of the Hamilton store, but
at present is traveling for a mercantile
Vi. Stone's Drug Store for trusses.
Ivan O. Martin and Mrs. Matlock, of
Salem, were in the city Wednesday. Mr.
Martin is one of the likely candidates
for representative. He is one of thos
follows who will play fair with the peo
ple in every undertaking and oeserve"
to be elected. Silverton Tribun.
See my Car Five passenger, a snap
at Vick Bros. Apr 5
alike. .See the window
TTTTt ttttttf TT TTTt
30 loaves of fresh bread for one
( dollar. See for yourself ut the Modern
j Bakery, 4119 Court street. Aprl
The women's auxiliary of the Span-
i ish War Veterans will effect a perma
I nent organization at a meeting to bo
women who are eligible are invited to
The Summer Normal at Salem begins
j on April .'I, nnd continues twelve
weeks. Address J. J. Kraps, Salem,
! Oregon. April
The Southern Pacific carried an ex-
cursion of the Knights of Columbus to
Corvnllis yesterday, bringing members
. from Mt. Angel, Sulem, and Albany for
I special w ork in that eity. The nttend-
ance was about 100.
j Motor truck for sale. Will consider
!teum as part payment. Inquire Gideon
'Stol. Co., Phone 20. Apr(5
Tk. Qg1.i lnlln. -nA T f- i,l
under the management of Sherrill Flem-
ing, shipped during March, an average
lof I7." cases of cHgs .1 week. Markets
hnv recently beta secured by which
1 400 cases n week cna be sold at prices
in advance of the local murkets.
, Wliy worry? Let T. Eechtel & Co.
do that, thev will get von a good ten-
nnt for your vacant house. Apr.1
The Salem Social Service Center,
through its secretary, Ivan O. McDnn
iel, is in a position to place six men
who can work in a brick ynrd. There
are also several jobs of spading in sight
for those who really want work. Apply
to Mr. McDaniel at the Commercial
It means more life :o your shoes ev
ery time you have them shined at Oil
son's professional shoe-shining pirlor.
457 State. tf
The contract station of the postoffice
located at the Crown drug store, is do
inn a business that is increasing: eacl
Auction sale at the People's Quick
Exchange Auction Markot on Saturday,
April Mh at i:'M p. m. Everything
sold on commission. Oon't forget I bnv
household furniture for cash. F. N.
Woodry, auctioneer, l'iione Ml, Apd-0
Tomorrow night at the rooms of the
Salem Chess anil Checker Club, James
Walton, Jr., will play simultaneous
games with all the best chess players
in the eity, or nt le .mt, those who would
line to get in the game. The only con
dition is that each man bring his
chessmen. The game will begin at S
o'clock and is open to the public.
Thinking of building this spring?
We can supply you with all kinds of
lumber and building materials, tiet
our price. Falls ( itv-Salem Lumber
oni jany. Phone 813, 3i'J S. 1-t'a St.
Sage of Lebanon Since Milt
Miller Left, Is Being Urged
to Enter Race
Honorable Samuel M. Garland, or
"Sam" is he is called by the furnace
man, will in .ill probability be a candi
date for cr.igressman of the first dis
trict against W. C. Ilawley, the well
known present incumbent who has held
this position since Hryan first ran for
president, or along in that epoch some
i:,,,u i r .... r ... Mom n
DemniT.it by birth, education aud prin-J
ciple, a lawyer anil a gentleman, lie
served in the 1915 legislature and is at
present a holdover senator. His home
is in Lebanon, in Linn county and he
has a clean political md private record
that makes him a strong favorite where
he is known.
A petition, started this morning in
Salem urging Mr. Garland to allow his
name to be put on the ballot, was
signed by about oO unterrified Demo
crats in an hour or two ami petitions
arc nlso being circulated iu Corvallis
Mr. Garland is not seeking the nomi
nume forward but he is said to be in a
"receptive mood'1 and should he be
urged by enough of his friends .ind fel
low Democrats he will allow his name
to be presented at the primaries.
Regular meeting of Hodson Council
No. 1 K. & S. M. this evening, a full
attendance is requested by order of the
Thrice 111. Master.
....A tract of land enntniuing -12 icres,
four miles north of Jefferson has been
purennsea ny ir. it. watt of Lonurg,
Ore. The tract is improved with house,
barn and orchard and bought by Mr.
Watt as an investment. John Steiwer
was the grantor, ind the sale was
handled by W. H. Orabenhorst & Co.
Qestion Answered: Question Where
can I get good Auto Klei-trie Globes
Answer Go to Lockwood's at 21ti X.
Officers of the Salem Elk lodge went
to Independence this afternoon to as
sist in conducting the funeral services
of George A. Rich, who was a mem
ber of the Salem lodge. Those attend
ing were A. J. Anderson, William L.
Patterson, Eugene Slater. A. L. Wal
lice and Judge P. II. D'Arcy.
The White Kid Spate have arrived.
see them at Fullerton's, 1170 Xorth
Com'l. Where vou see everything new
first. Tonight, the director for the coming
year of the tourist, puhlieity and con
ventions department of tile Salem
Commercial club will be elected, to suc
ceed F. G. Dneknbnch. It is not known
whether Mr. Deckubach desires to suc
ceed himself or not, or whether there
ire any announced candidates in tho
field. While all members of the club
are welcome, according to the rules of
the club, members can only vote in the
department with which they affiliate.
They Are4 Here Everyone has been
waiting for those white wash.ible Kid
Spats. See them at Fnllerton "s, 270
N. Com'l, Home of tueen Quality
The executive committee of the state
teachers' association met Saturday and
along with other business, discussed the
advisability of establishing an Oregon
state teacheii' jijurnnl, although no
definite iction was taken. Members
present were: J. Podey Wells, Jnekson
county; Viola Ortschild, Portland; Dr.
11. I). Sheldon, Eugene; (I. M. Elliott,
Salem, and E. F. Carleton, assistant
state school superintendent.
Hear the Sorona Talking Machine.
The greatest achievement of the age.
Took first prize at San Francisco tor
clearness and sweetness of tone. Mvr
tle Knowlnud, 4ll Court.
In the contest between the Sunday
schools of the First Christian church
iu Sulem uud the Christian church iu
Portland, in which attendance, new
members and collection each count a
point, the Salem chinch won all three
points yesterday.' The attendance record
was Salem 4(i:l, Portland H41; new schol
ars, Snlcm ill, IVrtland 29; collections,
Salem $:t2.0l'. Portland .f2''..HI. With the
three points won yesterday, the Sulem
church has scored six points against a
total of nine for Portland;
Don't Miss It! The Brown-Robertson
line of prints, one of the largest
and best lines in New York City, will
be here Wednesday and Thursday of
this week nt The Frame Shop ind
Git'tery in their new home at 41 Court
St. The public is cordially invited to
come in and enjoy these wonderful
pictures. ' Apr 4
John D. Guiss, the brother-in-law of
K. Cooke Patton, was the first to file
at the land offiie, Portland last Sat
urday for land on the Siletz reservi-
tion. viith the aid ot his wife and
iinugnter, ne una aeiu first place in
the line since March 22 and filed on
a claim which he settled several years
ago, but on which he had been nimble
to prove on account of the land hiving
been withdrawn from entry. He had
already spent ifloW on the claim.
A subject of local import will be
disciwsed by Prof, h'ohert K. Sfautfer
of Willamette University nt a lecture
to be given next Friday evening at the
public libriry. Although he has been
iu the state a short time, he soon be
came interested in the' writers of Ore
gon and learned that. Oregon more
than any western state ha t produced
many writer of national reputation
and many who are now contributing
to the literiture of the country, es
pecially in technical and educational
lines. Heine he has chovu fur his ad
dress, "Oregon Literatuie. "
The road commissioners of Polk
county are likely to receive about a
tiirn l,ilt..rt t.i.l.v- t'runi I. i.ri.ia u tin..
autos stuck iu a tad stretch of road
The best ground and sifted cereal food ever offered
for a man or woman's appetite-entertainment
Ckerry City Patent Flour
v . At Your Grocer
I AUCTION SALE
OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
AT 486 N. LIBERTY STREET, NEXT
Tuesday, April 4, 1916, Commencing at 1:30 p. m.
One good 6-hole steel Range, with Reservoir;
One good 5-dr'w'r drop head White Sewing Machine;
Two good Fluff Rugs, 9x12; One good Axminister
One solid oak extension Table, nearly new.
Six solid oak Diners; One marble top Wash Stand;
A number of Dressers, Stands, Oak Rockers, Beds,
Springs, Matresses, small Tables, Gas Range and
Plates, Fall Leaf Tables, Kitchen Treasures, 1 small
Stove, 1 Porch Seat and Swing, and Other Articles
too numerous to mention.
Note Don't forget the auction sale at the "Peo
ple's Quick Exchange Auction Market," which is held
each and every Saturday at 1 :30 p. m. Everything
sold on commission. I will pay highest cash prices
for your Household Furniture. Try me and be con
vinced. F. N. WOODRY,
Phone 511, Auctioneer.
Sunday on the Snlein - Hopewell - Port -
land road, just before Yamhill county
is reai-iieib, traveling north. On this
hill, which seemed to have no bottom,
ten cars were pulled out yesterday ami
( lyile Apperson, a banker of Mc.Minn-
ville left his Apperson six in the road
over niuht. With the exception of
this mo leet ot
deep mud, the roads
An auto drive of 171 miles was made
by K. T. Barnes iu his car yesterday,
which included n drive to Multnomah
Falls on the Columbia Highway, by
way of Portland. The trip was made
leaving Silem nt 5:.'10 in the morning,
returning nt :'M) o'clock, p. in. The
roads were fine with the exception of a lum yesterday afternoon and came down
few bad spots, but Mr. Barnes is of town to look around. He stopped i"
the opinion that if one really wants front of the Bligh theatre and proceed
to enjoy the scenery, the trip should ed to do a Charlie Chaplin with tho nid
not be taken on Sundays or holidays, of a willow switch for a enne nnd nl
Yesterday, so many cars were on thettrnrted a larce crowd when the fre .
lnchwnv, tint the whole hiu'nwav trip
was just like driving in a procession.
The postoffice at Salem broke sev
eral records during
March. The month
est receipts tor the same period ever
experienced by the office, nnd the first
ipiarter of the year was the largest in
the history of the office for n corres
ponding time. Total receipts for M uch
were ii4s7.1l, compared to 'triTsS.ST
for March of one year ago. Of the
fi!IS7.14 taken in at the office last
month, ."17:11. US was fur stinips and
stumped envelopes: .f lM.04 from news
papers and periodicals; if2.V.i."7 from
third nnd fourth class nutter and $1.1.
7." for box rent. For the first ipiarter
of .1010, the receipts were $;;i,.'i!t!l.0.",
compared to f'l!l2'.l, one year ago.
On account of the great deficiency in
officers that would arise in else a na
tional emergency, the Western Popart
ment of the 1". S. Army will establish
military training camps in the west,
whereby professional and business men
may have the opportunity of four
weeks' training iu practical military
U'f.'iirs and instruction from military
officers. Military circles feel the lack
of officers and non-comniissioueil offi
cer especially should a nntion.il emer
gency arise, and the government is es
tablishing these training amps especi
ally for those men who could soon quali
fy as of fiiers. Camps of instruction
will be established at Americano Lake,
unsn., rort Douglas, I tui, and Monte
Now that March. 1916, belongs to!
the past, nere is the record made bv
the official recorder at the office of
the Oregon City Transportation docks:
The hottest dav was the 17th, when
the mercury in the thermometer reach-1
ed til: the lowest temper iture for the j
mouth was :t'J above, on the fourth. !
The aveiage maximum temperature was
."L'.l! degrees nnd the average minimum, 1
4.1.3 degrees, with the average for the!
month. 4,11.4 degrees. The rainfall was '
l'l.'iti im hes. the heaviest experienced ;
during March for flie past - fifteen !
ye irs. The average stage of tho river1
as 10.2 feet ahove low water, with .
the highest at 17.2 feet oa the 27th and
the lowest, five feet above on the first
and second dav of the month.
Willamette university fared remark
ably well in the all Tar western indoor!
meet at Corvallis last Saturday. The 1
best athletes from all the lending col
li ges from California. Oregou. Washing-'
ton and Idaho were present and every
event was strenuously contested, lii I
the SO yard dash, with 20 entries, ninny
from the California colleges where stu- 1
dents are iu training during the w In-
; ter, Bert Ford of Willamette univei
j sity, won seeo.nd place. He was i
the lead until the last i" feet. Fold
; is a sopohomore and lives in Salem. Tb
third place in this race was nlfo won liy
j n student from the university, Krazier
Small, a law student. These record -i
; nunle bv the home bovs mav be einisiil
ered as quite remarkable from the fad
that the IS who did compete in 111--race
were from erllegej Vilote the boy-'
are given pnocW1 elii.nce.) '"T trainin:;.
Paul Browi of ills un v.'rdty, .hos--.
home is at Amity, was given fouith
place in tlu ,;a."iia throw.
Frank Neilson escaped from the anj'-
performance was interrupted bv () :
'fiver Vnrney. Neilson gave, his nddrivi
as the last house on Asybini avenue o'i
the south '.sidp of the street nnd he w .n
the month ofnpj up ;,, county jail until tin
showed the la rg- nff ;,,,.,, ernm fl, i11Mitiitimi nrrived.
Xielson said he thought Charlie Chapli'i
must be crazy ns it was so easy to imi
tate li i ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stiver ot" llal
1ns were guests in the citv Suudnv ol
Mr and Mrs. Marshall, ' North
Also a Nice Line oi
jcwcuy, j s
KARL NETJGEBATJER. x
CITY NOODLE HOUSE
FRIED RICE 15C
420 FERRY STREET
Lincensed Lady Era
balmer Moderate Prices
Latest Methods Are
Found Only At
Phone 721. Salem, Ore.
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