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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT RNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, APRIL 13. 1916.
SOCLE T Y
Mrs. I Bishop 'a Kensington this
afternoon was a rhiiriiiinj affair, jhout
twenty-five prominent matrons being
Mrs. John Minto entertained as liw
fiiwst the first of the week, Mrs. John
11. Lo'in, of Portland.
The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Paul's
Parish will meet tomorrow afternoon at
11'C resilience of Mrs. Jjmes Walton,
10'i7 ('enter street.
MisH Zoe Stockton entertained this
afternoon with a few tables of eurds.
Her guests were a coterie of ttio young
er matrons and maids.
Monday evening Miss Phyllis Kellogg
w hostess for a ":S00" party at her
home on Chemeketa street. Four tables
of the game were circled by the guests,
who were: Misses Sfurie Kv.ins, Pearl
George, Kulalia Lindsay, I.ouanna
lirown, Opal George, Myrtle Herdlem,
Mrs. Lester Stit'tler, Mr. mid Mar. 31.
K. Kellogg, and Messrs. Karl Hiimner,
Kalpk Lindsay, Frank DeWitte, Virgil
Meadors, Clarence Cory and Warren
Minn Kellogg wis assisted in the
serving by Miss Louanna iJrown.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kislier returned
last night from a brief visit in Ku-gene.
Several little friends of little Tiosa
liiul Van Winkle gutliered at the rcsi
dence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
H. Van Winkle Wednesday afternoon
to participate in her seventh liirthljy.
The prettily appointed table was all
uone in pink. Favors, dainty Faster
iaaet rilled with lion Lions marked
the places. Covers were laid for seven
little play mates of tho young honor
The ladies of the order of the Fast
em Htar enjoyed their regular social
afternoon Thursday at tho Masonic
Temple, club rooms. The hostesses were
Mrs. Louise (trunk, Mrs. Jennio Kings
ley, Mrs. (). C. Thompson and Mrs.
(lames wero indulged in during the
afternoon and Mrs. l.orenn Wise was
awarded the prize. Later refreshments
Ppring vacation is here for the Uni
versity of Oregon students .uid each
lay brings a number of boys and girls
lionie for a visit. Among the boys who
liave arrived home are: Donald livrd,
Kenneth Moores, Fred Deckebach, liry
aa Turner and Karl ltecke.
Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Kellogg went to
Portland Wednesday to be the guests
nf their daughter, Mrs. 8. F. Mountain
lor several cIavs.
At a meeting held in tho lligiilnnd
school Wednesday evening delegates
were elected for the ' session of the
i Marion County Parent-Teachers' asso-
ciation, which will be held in tSalcm on
1 May the sixth at the high school,
j Those elected were: Mrs. F. 11. Fng
lish, Miss M. P. Jiingle and Mrs. M.
An enjoyable "programme 'followed
I the business session.. Those contiibut
! ing numbers were: Miss Ruth I)nui
! son, Miss Jessie V. Miller, Miss C'har-
lotte Hisizzn, Miss Duclah Presnalt and
The ladies of the First Congrega
tion il church will gather at the resi
dence of Airs. W. 1. Stnley for an in
formal social afternoon Friday.
One of the prettiest of the week 's
luncheons was that given Wednesday
by Mrs. William Dancy in honor of
Mrs. K.lwin L. Baker's guest, Mrs.
H.ilph Watson, and Mrs. Frank Mere
dith, of North Yakima, who is visiting
her sister, Mrs. L. F. Griffith.
A huge bowl of wall flowers centered
the table which had covers for six. The
afternoon was devoted to bridge and
tho honors were won by Mrs. L. F. Grif
fith. Miss Marie Cliuri'Uill, who is at
tending the University of Oregon, iins
arrived horn for her Faster vacation.
Mrs. C. P. Bishop, who r.as been the
guest, of friends in Portland, returned
THREE HAIECD TS AT ONCE
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
San Francisco, April 13. Cnn a bar-1
ber give a man three haircuts at onej
sit ting 1 '
This was one of the questions up to!
Police Judge Morris Opi heim today.
F. Ahein, appeared in court with his i
head bandaged and testified that Al-I
bert Gan.ko, a barber, hail cut his huiri
wrong, kept the change when he hand
ed him a half dollar, beat him up ami
broke his glasses.
Ganzko said ho cut his hair three
times, that the complainant was in the
chair an hour and a half, had an extra
tonic and kept him from waiting on
three other cutsomers.
Gnn.ko was dismissed but ordered to
pay Ahein $7.50 to replace the glusses
broken during the fight.
SLAUGHTER IN MOVIES
Chico, ("al., April 13 ltev. Madison
Slaughter, accused of Attacking Ger
trude J. unison, nged !, his churcn and
congregation will soon be seen in the
"movies." A motion picture coni
ptny filmed the pastor delivering a
sermon to u crowd of l.nijtt. His ser
mon was a defense, bused on the sup
position thnt ticrtruile told her story be
cause she thought it would be n "good
lark" to have an "affair" with a
man of prominence.
Custer E. Ross, of Silverton, is in the
George Vick went to Portland this
A. A. Underbill is attending to busi
ness matters in Portland.
R. A. Btevens, of Pasco, Washington,
was in the city yesterday.
J. H. Van Winkle, former postmaster
of Albany, is in the city.
George Claxton, of Shaw, is transact
ing business in the city.
F. J. Hall was in Portland yesterday,
registered at the Cornelius.
Willi nn Trugen and W. J. Privett
motored to Portland yesterday.
Frank Day, of Tacoma, was in the
city yesterday on business matters.
Mrs. J. 11. Albeit was in Portland
yesterday, registered at the Imperial.
J. ('. Jones, district manager of the
Woodmen of tile World, is in the city.
Gail Hill, district attorney of Linn
county, is in the city attending to le
Miss Kthel McDonald and Miss Mil
dred Hawthorne, of the Barnes store,
are in l'ortlnud.
Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Merwin, of In
dependence, were in the city Wednes
Walter F. Keves, republican candi
date for district attorney, is in Dallas
on legal business.
Mrs. Una Sean.stcr and son Kdwin
will start next Tuesday for their form
er homo in the east.
Lester CI. Watson left for Detroit,
Michigan, where he expects to enter the
employ of the Packard Auto company.
George Russell Reed, of San Fran
cisco, known to t lip newspaper frater
nity as the ink man, was in the city yes
terd.iy. liev. George F. Holt, pastor of the
First Baptist church, is in Albany, at
tending the Central Willametto associ
ation of the Baptist church,
Frank S. Ward retuyied this evening
from Portland where he has been at
tending the meetings and holding exam
inations of the Oregon Board of Phar
K. Iloening, of Seattle, was in the
city yesterday checking up Western
Union affairs. His official position is
district commercial superintendent and
this was his, .iiinual visit.
WANT LOWER RATES
Over 1600 Sip Petition to
Have Wilson's Name
Printed On Ballot
A petition to have the name of Wood
row Wilson printed on the official bal
lots of the democratic party as u candi
date for nomination fur president of the
United States, containing the names of
more than 1,600 registered members of
the democratic party was received to
of the United States.
A. S. Bennett, The Dalles, democrat,
delegate of the national democratic
W. L. Morgan, Portland, democrat,
delegate of the national democratic con
vention. Alfred E. Clark, Portland, progres
sive, delegate to the national progres
A. Lincoln MacLeod, Portland, repub
lican, delegate to the national republi
can convention, Third congressional district.
Theodore E. Burton
Will Speak at Armory
Wednesday. April 19
Theodore E. Burton, of Ohio, candi
date for the republican nomination" for
"president, will speak at the armory on
Wednesday evening, April according
to O. C. Bortzmever, who is managing
Burton's campaign in Oregon. State
Treasurer T. B. Kay has been named
chairman of a committee with Alee La
Follctte and M. L. Jones as associates,
to meet Senator Burton at the train
when he arrives on the 4:3- Oregon
Electric. Senator Burton will be the
The spring session of the Toik coun
tv circuit court nncned nusnif inuslv
vesterdav morninc when .lurln-o il ri I guest of honor at a dinner party which
Belt granted 10 final certificates of i ,vi" b.e arranged by the committee and
citizenship. The ceremony of accept-at wl" h h? assembled some of tho
ing under tho United States flue na- '.'T,ral,u"" . " ' '"""" ("'"- ,
fives of other ennntrix. wa Innr1n..t. I 'hCllf State OttlCialS UlCllUlin
ed in the court room and the prin
Senator Burton is now on a speech
day from G. Y. Harry, general organizer iflipals who received certificates entit- ""aior Jiunon is now on a speecn
of the Woodrow Wilson League of Port- ling them to all the rights and privi- !"al"P m ot the west and will talk
land. leges of citizenship, were Wilmot Kes- n ot tho important e.t.es o est-
- . I n ' ' . en, ( ll-ef nil l r Hnrty.ntnver tri nmbn
The forces at the secretary of state's
office is working over time to list the
names of ail of the prospective candi
dates who are sending in petitions and
notices with every mail. Tomorrow ev
ening is the last date upon which names
mav be filed for the primaries, May 1!
and many candidates have waited until
the last moment to listen for the "urg
ing" of their friends.
Among the candidates who tiled to
George T. Willett, Portland, repub
lican, representative in the legislative
assembly, Eighteenth representative
C. O. Portwood, Fossil, republican,
ter, Suver, Canadian; Louis Vilhvock
Dallas, Russian; Peter Spaan, Sheri
dan, R. 1, Holland; James E. Thurs
ton, Suver, Canadian; Philip H. John
son, Monmouth, Canadian; Ernest A.
Smiley, Monmouth,. Nova .Scotinn;
Edw. A. Cochran. Dallas, Canadian;
George II. Wander, Monmouth, R. 1,
German, and J)avid . Nightengall, Dal
las, R. 1, Russian. Among these new
ern Oregon. Mr. Bort.meyer will niako
the tour of the state witn the sen
NOON HOUR SERVICE
The Salem Ministerial Union will
hold a noon hour service in recognition
of "Our Lord's Last Week." The j
services will begin next Monday, April
17 in th. ln,.hirn r.w.rA nf tlin Virct
Hilioin lu Phillin H T, ,hni.,i (,., . '.. .. . . ... ...
:, 1 ., , ,"' ' ,v. -Methodist church. they will open
promptly at and close at ls:a. p
mayor of Monmouth. Polk County Ob
m. . There will be inspiring music and
a gospel message by President Carl G.
Doney. The hour selected is that we
might accommodate ladies and gentle
men who lunch down town and might
ly, Eighteenth representative district
Joseph A. Stutt, Portland, republican,
representative in the legislative as-
"23" TOR WILLIAM
The union evangelistic services of the
representee in the legislative nssemb- Jason Lee and First Methodist hav(, a hnf h(mr , d jn llonor,n
iy, ineuty-sixm reprcseiuuiive aisrnci. - v ",. , the world's greatest nnnie. Come if
C. G. .Schneider, Portland, "democrat, of , than ordinary interest this ,an , $ d 15 nlinutps.
' . . . ; . i week tliev nre tii-i nrr hclrl In the Jll'.inil 1
representative in the legislative assemb- . , ', ,. " , ., ... ,
. " . .. . T.ee churi'h week tliev wi 1 he
I held in the First Methodist church, and
.win nc in tne nature or passion, v. ecK san Francis(.0( April 13.-William
sembly, Eighteenth representative J Tr n n t " . , I Shakespe.ire 's death date which was
. . J ' o 1 nnr l.nrt ' lire ntnl rlpntl in rcillinll; i: ..i i -. . . ....
- . niispuieii iy arious 01 gaiiizations piaii-
to Christian character and moral pro- i nill(r tercentenary celebrations for the
fess, and would enter into personal tel-1 immortal bard is now firmly established
lowship, with Him, are invited to these as April 23.
services. The evening meeting.! begin! '-he societies which are to celebrate
at 7:45 o'clock, (iood music and able I the episode have taken a vote on it ami
speakers guarantee a helpful meeting, j decided that Shakespeare expired on
' ' I April 23. therefore it must be true. Tn
A SURPLUS OF LEPER San FraiH-liro the occasion will be
Of Blood-Roof, Golden Seal, Stone
and Queen's Root
Also Cherry Bark and Sacred Bark
with glycerine makes a wonderful
tonic, culled " Golden Medical Discov
ery," making thousands of Oregon
people strong. Ask your neighbor
he can tell yon.
Corvallis, Oregon. " Doctor Tierce's
been need in my
ever since I can
mother took tho
i' the 'Pleasant
' Pellets' and was
took the 'Discov
ery' for torpid
liver mid indiges
tion and was greatly benefited. I,
also, took tho 'Discovery' for kidney,
liver and stomach trouble and received
great benefit. I am glad to tell others
of the merits of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. D. II. Dull,
627 S. 5th Street.
Get good blood through the use of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
and you will have no more weakness.
It is the world's proved blood purifier
and tonic. It's not a secret remedy for
its ingredients are printed on the wrap
per. For sale by druggists in liquid
or tablets. Start to take it to-day and
before another day has passed the im
purities of the blood will begin to
leave your body, through the liver,
kidneys, bowels and ekin, and in a
few days you will know by your
steadier nerves, firmer step, keener
mind, brighter eyes and clearer skin,
that the bad blood is passing cut and
new, rich, pure blood is filling your
arteries. Send Dr.Pierce, Buffalo. N.Y.,
ten cents for trial package.
Washington, April 13. The West
Coast Lumbermen 's issoication today
asked the interstate commerce commis
sion to order lower rates on cedar shin
gles from Oregon, Washington and
British Columbia to Illinois, Indiana,
Michigan, Missouri nnd Wisconsin.
Dan E. Powers, Portland, republican,
state senator, Thirteenth senatorial dis
trict. Fred R. Sahvay, Portland, republican,
representative in the legislative assemb
ly, Eighteenth representative district.
Charles A. Brand, Wilbur, republican,
representative in the legislative assemb
ly, Fourth representative district.
E. D. Olds, Oak Grove, republican,
representative in the legislative as
sembly, Sixteenth representative dis
trict. James A. Best, Pendleton, republican,
representative in the legislative assem
bly, Twenty-third representative dis
trict. Fred W. Wagner, Portland, republi
can, representative in the legislative as
sembly, Eighteenth representative dis
trict. Maria L. T. Hidden, Portland, demo
crat, representative in the legislative ! turn
assembly, Eighteenth representative
M. J. MacMolion, Portland, republi
PLEADED NOT GUILTY
San Francisco, April V.i. Edward j featured by a simple program at Golden
Newusbanmer, leper, is more a man Gate park
without a home than ever. 1
Finances now stand in the way of the ANTI-ATRCBArT COMPANY
Cleveland, his former home h is con- Washington, April 13. A company of
centcd to receive him but will send nojl'niteil States Marines, skilled in high
money for his trip. 'altitude gunnery, has been attached to
And today the supervisors are hesi-jtho Advance Base Brigade of the
fating over whether San Francisco will I Fnited States Marine Corns, and will
nut. no the monev for the loner's trio : b. known ih. A ,i i. A ii-.-r-i ft riun I
San Francisco, April 13. Pl?ns of
not guilty of charges of violatii 5 Am
erican neutrality laws were cut' red in
Federal Judge Pooling's court today by
German Consul Fran. Bopp, Bar" 11 Von
Schaack, Vice Consul; C. C. C owlcy
and Mrs. Margaret Cornell.
Through their attorneys, Rocho. Sul
livan & Roche, the defendants demand
ed a bill of particulars setting forth
the names nnd locations of bridges,
factories and railroads which they an
alleged to have conspired to destroy.
east. William Ilassler, health officer,
declared himself willing to put up the
necessary $10, for a private stateroom
if tho board would guarantee its re-
This is the first aero-defence com
pany organized in the Marino Corps, if
not the first in the United States.
WILL GUARD HIGHWAY
"Harry" is the pet name by wiiicn
the queen of Norway is known to ill
Portland, Or., April 13. Fifty mili-
Washington, April .13. Rumors that
can, elector of president and vie presi-, President Wilson was considering witn;tiamen will guard the Columbia rive
dent of the l.'nited States. drawing Ins nomination of Louis 1). i highway next Snnd.iy to catch speed
Willis I. Cottel, Portland, republican, ' Brandeis as Tinted States supreme j ers. Sheriff Ilurlluirt stated today that
elector of president and vice-president ""jurt justice wis denied today at the. he had tentatively accepted the' prof-
White. House. Ifered services -if the e.Hnlsmnon. '
301 Bank of Commerce Building,
rhone 303 Salem, Ore.
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STARTS SATURDAY, 9 A.
Set for the opening of the last and final battle and desperate effort to reduce this stock and close out many lines during the next two weeks, before moving into our new store. We want you
to come. We want you to see. We want you to know that there has never been such an opportunity as this to save dollars and dollars on such high grade lines of Clothing, Shoes, Furnishing
Goods, etc., as sold by this store, right at a time you expect to make your spring purchases. Our reputation of the past twenty-five years for square dealing should convince you everything
here will be found exactly as represented.
One lot of Suits, good staple styles
and materials, sizes 154 to :6, to be
closed out at
100 Stein Bloch and L System Suits
for men, values to $15.00, on sale at
100 Suits for small men or grown
boys, sizes 154 to ;6 (some of which
are the famous Stein Bloch make)
good materials, staple styles, to be
closed out at $4.90
180 Suits, Stein Bloch, L System and
Schloss Bros., all sizes, best of ma
terials, values to $20, your choice
158 Stein Bloch, L System and
Schloss Bros, best suits, values to
$25, on sale at $9 55
Men's 50c dress Suspenders will be
Men's 50c Silk Handkerchiefs to be
Men's regular $1.00 Muslin Night
shirts to be sold at ' 48c
Men's 10c heavy black and brown
Sox, white heel and toe, on sale per
Any man's belt in the store goes on
sale at 28c
Men's $4.50 rubber Raincoats-go on
sale to close out at J5c
One lot of Children's Caps, assorted
styles, small sizes, to be sold out at
One lot of men's and boys' colored,
stiff bosomed shirts to be closed out
for the small sum of
One lot of men's and boys' Sweaters,
values to $2.25, your choice at
Choice of any boy's Hat in the store,
$1.25 and $1.50 values, for only 5C
Regular $2.00 fine quality, Dress
Shirts on sale at
Men's heavy Cotton Work Sox go on
'sale, per pair
Our best brands of Men's $:.00 Hats
on sale at $1 95
Men's regular $1.00 summer weight,
ribbed Union Suits, ankle length,
long or short sleeves, all sizes, on
sale at 45 g
Men's Silk finish, new Dress Shirts,
with French sulTs, all sizes, values to
$1.50, on sale at Qgc
One lot of Men's heavy, Flannel
Overshirts, values to $o.00, to be
closed out at Qgr.
You can buy a 17-in. leather lined,
Traveling Bag, worth $6.00, at this
Men's $4.50 new spring style, lace or
button, dress Shoes on sale, per pair
The genuine John B. Stetson Hats,
regular $4.00 and $4.50 values, to be
sold at $2.48
Men's fine mercerized, Swiss Ribbed
Shirts and Drawers, regular 75c
values, on sale at 28c
One lot of odd Vests, small sizes, to
be closed out at JQC
Regular 25c Boston and Paris Gar
ters go on sale, pair '. jjc
0 SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 8 P. M., BEAUTIFUL $8.50 NAVAJO BLANKET Commencing Saturday, April loth, every time you visit this
11 store we will pive von a ticket flbsolntplv fipp. vpp"fiidlpsfl of whotript vnn tnsilfP q TnnfVi'ic or not Cm-a nil m. t;ni-ot nnj .
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i p4 x xfif ouuuuay uiyiii ut o u uuck. nm munwrs wm w suaiu'iiup ana some cmia win oe asKea to draw a number, and continue to draw until some f. T0
f U i X person in the store at that time gets this beautiful blanket ABSOLUTELY FREE. This is no lottery or fake scheme and you must be in our M If
Ik WO store at the time of the drawing, as the blanket will positively, be given away to some person in the store holding the lucky number JLL 11
Go W. JOHNSON & CO,
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