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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1916)
Salem's Big Department Store"
Rexall One Cent Sale at Ferry's
Drug Store closes Saturdiy April 22.
Snap Choice 12-acre tract only $100
per acre. Neir fair ground. See L.
Bcchtel & Co.
The employees of the postoffice are
busy today segregating the wrappers
for the political pamphlets, which are
mailed, according to liw, to the voters
of the state, containing the names and
slogans of those who are candidates at
the primary election, Hay 1!). The stite
printes the wrappers and delivers them
Japanese Object to
Last Immigration Bill
Washington, April 21. President
Wilson today discussed with Ambassa
dor C'hinda certiin provisions in the
immigration bill which the house re
cently passed, aud which was objec
tionable to Japan. Simultaneously it
became known that Japan had sent a
memorandum to America covering its
complaint. It is understood the Mikado
objected to placing-Japanese and Hin
Iub in the same classifications and re
stricting tho number of Japanese immi
grants. Radical Reductions on the Season's Newest
Suits for Women and Misses
An immense stock of the most popular models colorings and
fabrics for Spring and Summer. Here they are priced so low
that you really cannot afford to overlook this announcement. Be
fore buying your new suit, do yourself the justice of seeing these
and the number of dollars we can save you on your suit purchase.
to the postoffice according to counties
and after they have been arranged in
the postoffice according to tho separate
For Every Day Wear
and Sunday too
address of each, they are sent to tbej
bindcrv to be wrapped around tho
pimphlct already' properly addressed
with postage prepaid, ready for mail
ing. If you have lost your voice. Get a
Sonora Talking Machine. Myrtle
On the latter point Japan objects
merely to putting the restrictions into
writing, replacing the present "gentle
men's agreement" between the two
Tomorrow the last day of the
EASTER SALE PRICES ON STYLISH
Your choice of the stock at One-Half
Price. A sweeping price reduction---every
Hat in our Millinery section in
cludednone reserved all stylish New
York styles exclusive models no two
Take your choice tomorrow ONE
New, Beautiful White Washable Kid
Shoes and Pumps
They're here just came in and of all the Shoes we've seen we
think they are about it. We know that the dressy women and
misses of Salem will be delighted with them. White washable
kid Shoes in button or lace, and a very modish Colonial Pump
of the same leather that is "entirely different."
(See these in our Shoe window.)
Look Your Best on Easter Morn
For Women, we show a most complete assortment of New Neckwear, New Gloves, I
New Ribbons and all the dainty little things which make your outfit complete,' r
OUR MEN'S SECTION OFFERS
Excellent showings of New Ties, New Shirts, New Collars, New Hats, New
Gloves, New Hose, New Footwear and other Togs for particular Men. A wide
range to choose from and prices are very easy 'on the purse.
Over 36 Years of Suc
cessful Advertising in
QUALITY AND SERVICE
flJloobDxoooD s fcz
J! Your suit pressed 50c... rhone 13.
" Dcn't fail to take advantage of the
liexall Ono Cent. Sale at I'orry'a Drug
Genuine Hot Cross Buns at the Mod
mi Bakery. Court street.
April 21 Willamette university
debates l'aeifie on jrovcru-
men! ownership of railroads.
April 21. 1'rof. Hector Mae-
l'horson on " Mural Credits,"
at I'ublic, Library,
April 21. S n e r o il Cantata,
"Tlie Crucifixion," at ,St.
Paul's Kpiscopal church,
April 22. Mid Summer Night's
Dream, Opera House, auspices
Salem Women 's Club.
April 211 Kaster Sunday.
Apiil 24. Salem Floral Society
at Commercial club.
April 2". Kleetion of Ilirector
civics department Commercial
April 2(5.-" Green Stockings,"
play at auditorium, high
school by senior class.
April 27 Free lecture by Teter
Collins at Opera House.
April 27. Kleetion of director
Agricultural department, Com
April 28 lanec, benefit Salem
Street Iiailway band, at the
May 8. Founders' Day cele
bration at Champoeg.
May 910. Fast Willamette as
sociation of Congregational
17 aeres of fine Umber 1 1-2 miles
east of the asvluin, price .fl2o per acr,
I.. Ileclitel & Co.
Tlio directors of the Commercial club
for the coming year, to take active
charge .lime 7, are as follows: Social,
1. I. Howard; tourist and publicity,
Hi' n jn ni i n Buck; legislation mid III Ml
tio, William V. tiallowav; industrial,
Theodore lloth; mercantile. Fred W.
Dr. Stone's Drug Store for trusses.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fit gla&a
M correctly. U. 8. Bank. Mug.
Good Friday services will be held this
evening at the First Congregational
church. The liev. James Klviu will
peak on "The Cross and the King."
Sr. Btone'i drug ttor.
Mini Flira M. Case will entertain the
children tomorrow morning at the pub
lic library, at the regular children's
)ior, with the story of blue Bird. This
is the tory of two little children
earthing for the Blue liiid of happi
Bess. Buy your groceries at Seamnter Eros,
removal talc. 121 S. C'uiu'l.
C. C. Lamb of the extension depart
ment of the Oregon Agi iciiltuial Col
lege is in the city to attend the meet
ing at the Commercial club of the dole
Uiilos from the nine egg circles in this
part of the state. He has been instru-
mental in organizing the egg circles and
is hero to confer with the delegates lis
to establishing a ceutial selling agency!
in i oilman.
Your suit pressed 50c... Phone 43.
Dr. Hector M.icphcrson, of the exten
sion department of the Oregon Agri
cultural College will speak, this even
ing at the public library on " liural
Credits". Ho has made a pricticul
study of the needs of the fanners mid
does not hesitate, in his lectures
tiiroughont the state, to tell them
truths about where they fail to live
up to their opportunities. Ho is n prac
tical man and not an idealist, ind for
this reason, his ideas on rural credits
should contain some practical sugges
tions. Salem now has Ice competition. City
.Market Ice & Coil Co. Tel 474.
Howard K. Zimmerman, son of A. E.
Zimmerman of llayesville, a student
nt Stanford I'niversity who will be
graduated this spring, has been honored
hv having been elected to the Order of
the Coif, an orgnniz ition to which onlv
thoso who have mndo the highest rec
ords in the law department of too
school are eligitde. Ho was graduated
from the Salem high school about sev
en years ago and fureo years go from
the I'niversity of Oregon. From the
entire law school of the University, ho
was one of three to be so honored,
Those having in .charge the raising of
an amount ncccssarv to assure tiio Fair
grounds road report that nt present the
amount has been secured with the ex
ception of iliout $2(Hl. When this has
been subscribed, the Fair grounds road
proposition will conio before the city
Genuine Hot Cioas. Buns at the Mod
em Itakery. Court, street.
John Claire Montcith, teacher of
singing, in Salem Sat. Call 20l.".f.
Mrs. R. T. Spaulding, who has been
with the Karnes store for the past two
years will leave tomorrow for Missoula,
Mont., to attend a finiily reunion.
She will meet Mr. Spniildiiig who has
been at Spokane and from Missoula
go to Shoshone, Idaho, where they will
Automobiles for hire, passengers and
baggage transfered, rates reasonable,
country trips a specialty. C. G. Mc
Elroy. l'ltoue 1)17 or 0:19. tf
Try Salem'l new lc Co. for service.
and courteous treatment. Tel. 474.
Your suit pressed 60c... Thon 43.
Tolephone Peas, 3 lbs. for 25c. Eu
gene asparagus l."ic lb. Koth tiro. Co.
The oratorio, "The Crucifixion" will
lie presented this evening at St. rani's
Kpiscopal church by a choir of 22 voic
es. The solo part's will bo taken by
Thomas 1,. Williams, tenor. George C.
I.. Snyder, baritone, and F. (1. Hecke
bach, bass. There will be no sermon
at this service and tho presentation of
the oratorio will begin at ":il0 o'clock.
Largo sliipnient of Los Angeles straw
berries, 2 boxes for 2"e. Koth tiro. Co.
Black tfioes 'broiiiooV white rtioea
cleaned. Popular shoe shining parlors. I
Specially equipped for lidics. 3S3
State street. Opposite The Spa. I
The Empress Sunday Bhows that have
been given at the Grand theatre havel
been indefinitely postponed, as the Km-;
press in Portland will close tomorrow!
for repairs and will not open for sever
al weeks. The shows that have been
given at the Grand came direct from
Furnished rooms with hot and cold;
water SO cents and up. Special.
rates by the week. Capital Hotel, Cor.!
-uuio & vom i.
The Elk Restaurant has been pnr
chased by Mrs. V. 8. Vin Doren, who
will put in a full line of cut flowers.
Mr. aud Mrs. Vau Doren are florists of
long experience. A full line of Faster
flowers will be on display by Thurs
day of this week.
Know-land, 421 ( our.
Auction sale at the People's Quick
Exchange Auction Market on Sntnrrlnv.
April 22d at 1:30 p. m. Everything
sold on commission. Don't forget I buy
household furniture, for cash. P. N.
Woodry, auctioneer. Phone 511, Apd20
Nothing independent about us. City
Market Ice & Coal Co. Td 174.
D. I. Howard was elected director of
the social department for the coming
year at a meeting held last evening ati
the Commercial club, succeeding Ciias.j
li. Dick, who was not a candidate for j
rc-elt'ction. The three candidates voted j
on for director were Mr. Howard, II.
A. Johnson and William Lcrclicn.
'It is the intentions of Mr. How-'
aid as head of the department to in-1
nugurntc social gatherings and even
ings of entertainment tho coming win
ter. Also to impress upon the members
that tho social department is for the
entire club and that every one of tiie
membership should make the club his!
headquarters, when so disposed.
Hygrade cigars uphold the name in'
quality and workmanship. Salem-madq
H cents at all deilers.
Dr. Frani) E. Brown, late of New
York, Post Graduate school, confining
his practice to diseases of the eyo, ear,
nose and throat, will have his offices
with Dr. A. 1). Glllis, over Bush Bank
Seamon Schlcsinger of New York city
is in tho city visiting at the home of
Benjamin Brick, As he is associated
with a large importing firm in linens,
he was interested in the flax proposi
tion in tho Willamette villey. Al
though nt first he was rather skeptical
as to what could be produced in this
valley, after a visit nt the penitentiary
inspecting flax raised last year, ind a
talk with Warden Minto, ho became
quite enthusiastic over the possibili
ties of llax production near Salem'
and promised that the matter would bo j
taKen up with li is firm and that he
would undoubtedly be heird from, es
pecially as his firm were large import
ers in linen.
Another largo shipment of Lotus Or
anges il") and 40c doz. Florida Grape
fruit 2 and 3 for 2oc. Koth tiro. Co.
Last Chance for drug addicts to get
their freedom, I am going iwav.
Phone 10.'S7.) until April 2d. 1). B. Grif
fin M. I). ,
Word was received today from Lieut.
I.eo. A. Walton who is seeing active ser
vice with the troops in Mexico. The
letter was dated April 5, and was sent'
from the front 400 miles by aeroplanes
to Columbus, Xew Mexico." Lieutenant
Walton is in the first squadron of the1
Tenth cavalry, in troop I), ami h is been
among those troops that have been con-,
tinually on the march and in the trout;
of the general line of troops in the pur-i
suit of Villa. The letter was written
from Nainntiiiipa, Mexico, and describes i
the country as absolutely poverty (
stricken ind the Mexicans of the low-1
est order, suspicions of the Americans,
and .in fear of Villa. Lieutenant Wal
ton was graduated from West Point,
.lunolO, lOlo, and visited relatives in
this city last summer before being
assigned to duty with the Tenth caval
ry, located at Hu tciiiichiin, Arizona.
Easter plants and flowers, also bed
ding plants of nil kinds. Our plants are
exceptionally fine. B. Prank Sehult.,
Fifteenth and Center streets, rhone
2007. Apr. 21
Big Demonstration and Special Sale
of tho X itional Biscuit Companies
t ookies and Waters will be held at
Nichols Grocery Store, 217 North Coin-1
mercial St., Saturday April 22. Special
all 10 cent cookies and crackers 3 fori
2"ic; all Me pkg. ti for 23c. Fvervbody I
invited to come in ami sample the en- j
tire line. j
Twenty prominent checker and chess
players of Portland including l'ostmns-:
ter F. S. Myers, will come to Salem
Saturday nfternoon, April 20, and piny i
a match g into at the Commercial dub
with the champion players of Salem.
Fifteen games of chess will be played
and 3 g lines of checkers. The Portland
players will arrive in the city on the;
Oregon Electric nt 4:23 o'clock and go;
at once to the club and begin the
g lines. A buffet luncheon will be scrv-'
ed while the games are in progress ns
the visitors will be obliged to return;
on tho 8 o'clock Oregon Electric, us
there is no later train leaving for the
north from Salem, Charles L. Dick, ill-
Governor Pardons Two
Foregners for Deportation
Governor Withycombe yesterday
granted conditional pardons to Trifnue
Cantaceso and Frank Molino, for whom
the Wederal Immigration Service holds
warrants of deportation. The two men
were pardoned upon the recommenda
tion of the Parole Board and will be
turned over to the proper Federal au
thorities for deportation.
A restoration to citizenship was
granted to Grant Miner who was re
ceived at the penitentiary from Wallo
wa county in May, HI 1 2, to serve from
0 months to 10 years for assault with
a dangerous weapon and who was
paroled in March, 1913; Judge J. W.
Knowles, before whom Miner was tried.
District Attorney V. S. ivanhoe, and
Wallawa Counties recommended the
final release of Miner.
Mrs. Harriet Matt of -Gervais
Gervais, Or., April 21. Mrs. Harriet
Matt died Thursday morning at 2
o'clock at her home in Gervais, aged
N7 years. Mrs. Matt was born in
British Columbia but was a pioneer of
Oregon and has lived many years in
She is survived by eight children,
Frank, of Klamath Palls; Albert, Eva,
Mary and Frances, of Portland; Ada
Johns, of Salem; Mrs. J. Kingman and
Paul, of Gervais. The funeral probably
will be held Saturday from the Catholic
church in Gervais.
Orchestra music, something new,
with most expensive picture pro
gram that has been In Salem for
1 DAYS 7
OF SPECIAL FEATURES
Bead ad on P g e 6
rector of the social department is in
charge of the details of the. contest.
Salem will return the compliment a few
weeks later. The contest is open to
Get our figures on your next bill for
lumber Falls Citv-Snleiu Lumber Co.,
.".10 S. 12. Phone SKI.
Buy your groceries at Seamster Bros,
removal sale. 121 S. Coin'l.
We can save you money on garden
hose. Nelson Bros. & Pattern, plumbers,
2H.V.I State St., or phone 1 1311.1 .
A Dollar's Worth of
Groceries for 100 Cents,
That's what everybody
wants these days, that's
what you get at
Best Valley Flour, sack ....81.20
Hard Wheat Flour, saeMi $1.35
3 cans Sugar Peas 25c
3 Bunches lihubarb or Green
Onions for 10c
Cabbage, pound 3c
40c Oranges, dozen 35c
Creamery Butter, pound 35c
Best Grade of Dresden Enainol
ware Berlin Kettles, Dish Pans,
Ten Kettles, etc.
Down Town prico 75c; Damon's
1 Gallon Pure Maple Svrup $1.65
EXTRA SATURDAY SPECIALS
15c. size t at sup for 5c
2 Bread for 5c
5 lbs. of new Potatoes for ...25c
50c Tea for 35c
(i llis. of Japan ltiea for 25c
No store undersells Da
monput this in your lit
tle jimmy pipe.
Damon & Son
855 N. Com! Phone 68
We deliver any place in
East, West, North or
I .X NJ i
For all purposes and all
occasions you will find
shoes in this store. We
can fit you with shoes you
will be proud to wear any
We will be in our new location May 1st.
Mrs. P. E. Fuller ton
270' NORTH COMMERCIAL
Another Tornado and ! ere might be 20 dea l. The property
With It a Cloudburst t 1 ss ""' n,n 111,0 ."' Illi"m"-
Duluiys, Mich., April 21. A dozen!
houses were wrecked and two steun-j
boats sunk by a tornado here today.
A cloudburst filled the streets of Var-i
van with 10 feet of water. Mobile,!
i ....i , , i,:n.,,i i,..,a
.lll., ICUI It'll one nwiiiitn iiiLKii un i- .
and another injured when their home'' OGW1SG
was destroyed. I intun
May be Twenty Dead
K:ins:m Citv. Mo.. A nr i!2 1 Pef inito
Be wise adveniseyourwanb
ruia resuLDnminAwantAd in
Wednesday night's cyclunes was lack-
-The Store That Saves You Money,
A Furnished Four
Room Outfit for
FOR THE LIVING ROOffl-
1 9x12 Rug; 1 Sanitary Couch and Pad; 1 Good
Golden Wax Library Table; 1 Wood Seat Rocker;
1 Cane Seat Rocker.
FOR THE KITCHEN
10 Yards of Linoleum; 1 Stove; 1 Table; 2 Chairs,
FOR THE BED R00M
1 Full Sized Iron Bed; 1 Full Sized Spring; 1 Full
Sized Mattress; 1 Bureau, Five Drawers Golden
Finish: 1 Chair to Match; 1 Rocker to Match.
FOR THE DINING R00M
1 6-foot Extension Table Golden Finish; 6 Chairs to
Match and 1 9x12 Ru?.
Our &Jfiif'JS0 Kent
UUf lf Dept.
Successors to Calef Bros.1