Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, June 07, 1916, Page THREE, Image 3

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT I RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1916.
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BUT still at the same location and sell
ing Better Furniture at Lower Prices than
any other store in town
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Look in Our Windows
BUT better still come in and look over our immense stock of furniture
parison will convince you that this is the store for Real Furniture Bargains.
A Few Samples of the Money Saving Reductions
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i COURT HOUSE NEWS
County assessor Hen F. West t'.iis
mnrnin;; began tlie writing of the
tax toll which will be completed in
about three months. Mr. West esti
mates that the 1016 tax roll will show
a slight, increase in property valuation
over the 1913 tax roll, depending to
some extent upon the valuation of the
corporations which is fixed by the state
tax commission. The valuation of
property in Salem mid Marion county
is about the same as last year.
There will be two cooks in one home
in this city which was established by
a marriage license which was issued by
the county clerk today. This seems
hardly fair when it is cunsidered that
some homes are devoid of even 'one
cook. Marshall W. Hammer, of Nnlem
and Hosa .lane llaverson, of Salem,
both jjave their occupations as cooks
to the marriage license clerk.
A suit to establish the owner of a
note, a mortgage, a fruit tract and a
family bank account was filed in the
circuit court today by "Benjamin JSow
den against. Sarah K. liowdon and
M others. The notes are for if-l.s.jO, if IDS
i jianil if, (.)() respectively. I he mortgage
!j is on lots ami 7t) of Capital Hu
ll i fruit farms. The plaintiff states that
4 I he has an account at the I. add & Hush
jjjibauk for ifilTl deposited jointly to the
j , account ot himself and his wife, Stir-
and notice tne tremendous reductions on ever article in the house. A com- "HHT HHi
13 that she cannot be found and he asks
IJ the court to give him the sole owner
J ship of the bank nccouat.
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S3 school at St. Helens, lie will assume
his duties September 1.
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$16.50 large,
heavily
padded
easy
Rocker,
10.65
$12 solid oak ladies'
golden dull finish,
:olonial style
Desk,
$7.85
$36.50 Duofold Bed Davenport,
solid oak C97 OC
fran yLl.QO
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$7.50 Electric Reading
Lamp
$4.65
$7.50 Gents' Smeking
Cabinet
$4.50
$15 golden dull finish, colonial
pattern
Buffet ;
$9.15
Regular $2.35 solid, oak golden
dull finish, Dining
Chairs
..$1.90
$16.50 solid oak Library Table,
golden dull
finish
$10.50
Bcgular $12.50 6-foot Dining
Table, solid oak, golden
dull finish
$9.35
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$18.50 Cliina Closet,
golden dull
finish .: I,.'.
solid oak,
$12.90
A marriage license was issued at the
county cleni's office today to Chester
II. Miller, u farmer of Jefferson, and
Milium V. Skelton also of Jefferson.
Kmdou Fritz Blade, of 1-1,12 State
street, an assistant bank examiner, to
day made application for his final pa
pers making him a citizen of the
1'nited States. Mr. Slade was bom in
Oxford Nova Scotia and came to the
l.'nited States from Canada.
A secretary of the boys' department
of the V. M. C. A. was elected at the
monthly meeting of the board of .di
rectors today noon. After considering
several who were especially tpialifieil
to take up the new work, the board
decided on Clinton K. Ostrandor. He
was a student ot! the Salem high school
and later graduated from Pacific I ni
I versify at Forest, Crove. For the past
year he has been priucipnl of the high
v acaaon
Time
Buy Your Wearing
Necessities....:
Clothing, Sport Shirts,
Sport Ties, Tennis
Shoes, Summer. Caps,
Men's White Shoes,
Suit Cases, etc., at
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Brick B
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The House that guarantees
every purchase
Business Is Satisfactory
According to Expert Clews
New York, June d. Business condi-0(MI on L' S. Sleel,
tioiis are exceptionally satisfactory inf
tiiitny respects, and much more so tlluM coiihl Inn-
year ago. Xot
371 COURT STREET
See the articles in our west windows. They are only a few of the hundreds of attractive bargains in our
store. Come in and see the wonderful values.
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II H Miller, both of Jefferson, were mnr-
Mjried tiiis afternoon at the parsonage of
..(the First Methodist church by Hov.
JjK. X. Avison, Mjs. X. II. Atchison of
U Portland, a guest at the Avisou home
land iHrs. avisou witnessing tne cete-
moiiy. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will make
their home at Jefferson.
cream
LAST TIMES TODAY
Charles
Chaplin
In hi3 first new comedy un
der his new $100,000 contract
THE
Floorwalker
Helen Holmes
In sixth Chapters of
The Girl and the Game
Sixth Chapters of
THE IRON CLAW
2 THEATRE ?
SE lC 3C (C 3fG JC 3(t 3(C (C 4c
4t Ton get a paper fall of read-
tag, no contest dopo. -
Western Vaudeville Ass 'a
Vaudevilli
Two Big
Acts
. FRIDAY and
SATURDAY
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TODAY-TOMORROW
Mary
Pickford
In
The ETERNAL GRIND
Paramount Pictograph
Orchestra Music
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OREGON
TODAY -TOMORROW
"Triangle Pictures" "
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MAE MARSH
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'Showing the Beautiful Little
Screen Star at Her Best.
By Stork Delivery
Special Two-reel Keyston.
Coming Friday and Saturday
H. B. Warner
THE RAIDERS
Story of New York and Wall
Street
(Continued from Page One.)
A few minutes after Governor Hiram
Johnson of California, leader of the
radical bull moose, declared that ''he
believed whatever Colonel Roosevelt de
sired would lie done."
"There is a spirit among the progres
sives of personal love for the colonel,"
said Johnson. "I cannot speak for the
entiro party but I believe that if Col
onel Boosevelt were to endorse a candi
date, the progressives would accept
him."
l'erkins declined to say what, he had
discussed with Colonel Roosevelt.
Western state progressives headed by.
the Colorado delegation have filed with
(ieorgo W. Perkins a bill of specifica
tions which they declare is the acid test
to which any caudidato that they will
agree to support must respond to.
A few hours before the convention
was cheduled to open, Perkins declared
he was still hopeful of effecting an ad
justment with the republicans.
Henator Borah, who will probably
have much to say in drafting the repub
lican platform, talked with Colonel
Roosevelt at Oyster Bay by telephone
early today. It was rumored Borah
made a flat proposition to the eoloncl,
offering him the privilege of dictating
the republican platform if he would
step inside and throw his support to
Hughes.
Steps toward harmony were planned
by Perkins and William H. Childn, to
follow immediately Raymond Robins,
temporary chairman of the convention
concluded his keynote speech.
The plan called for resolution nam
ing a ommitteo to confer officially
with a similar committee from the re
publican convention to decide on a plat
form and a .candidate mutually agree
ablo and to effect a reunion of the pro
gressives and republicans if possible.
White's clan of radical westerners,
determined to preserve the progressive
party's individuality was prepared to
oppose this resolution and if the step
became necessary to the preservation of
the separate entity of the progressive
party, to rush throngh a nomination of
Roosevelt, and then put it up to the re
publicans to accept him or a third
ticket. The conservative bull mooseers
t all lines to avoid nomination until
Friday or Saturday.
Robins' keynote speech, perfection of
j temporary organization and assign
I ment of committees were the onlv set
events on the progressive program to-
pscial Vaudeville
MEET AT THE OREGON'
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1UM0R0US LECTURER -
VERY POPULAR
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Beauchamp Has Traveled Thirty-three
Years Delivering Lectures.
Low J. Beauchnni) Is the humorist
who makes you think, the thinker win?
makes you limgli. He is the sunshine
mun of the Chautauqua. Like n rate
vintage, his weitllli of w holesume good
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Crowds began trooping toward tha
auilitoritim early. Among the delegates
and alternates were half a hundred wo
men. They were expecting to piny an
important role in the convention.
The balconies of the auditorit.m were
packed. Boxes in the front row were
occupied by women nationally known.
One box was reserved for Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.. Mrs. Alive
Hoosevelt l.ongworth and other rela
tives of the colonel.
i her grows richer Tvith the passing of
the yean). This veteran humorist has
traveled over a million miles lu Ku
rope und America, preaching the gos
pel of sunshine. Itight now he is In
the lenlth of this popularity. Tills Is
hta thirty-third year on the American
platform, and It bids fair to prove the
record year of his career.
Wedding Announcements, In
vitations, and Calling Cards
printed to your order at the
Capital Journal job office.
Phone 81.
Notice of Improvement of South
Church Street
Notice is hereby given that the com
mon council deem it expedient so to
do, and hereliy declare Its purpose and
intention to improye South Church
street from the south line of State
street to the north line of Mission
street, except that oition there occu
pied by what is commonly known as
the Bush or Church street bridge ex
tending from the north line of Oak
street to the north line of the westerly
extention of Jlcllevtte street, at tiie ex
pense of the abutting ami adjacent
property by bringing suid portion of
South Church street to the official
grad, Constructing cement concrete
curbs and paving said portion of said
street with a srx-tucti, two-eoursr
Bituminous Concrete
consisting of a one
which paid nothing'
a few industrial)
stock market movements indicate.Tlicie ;' ,m4C ' 1 'livulends, l,t
is some disposition to hesitate, owing j prinienco dictated a conservation of I'i-
to high prices, war anil political un
certainties, also to a closer scrutiny of
credit, but this tendency has not thus
far become sufficiently pronounced to
induce more than a partial slowing
naticuil resources, such ns reduction of
debt, improvement of plant and build
ing up of reserves. During the pist
year L'lll coinimnies renorted io..f;w r
down of activity, which, taking all ',oou,uuu, or if.iiiu.uoo.tMiii more than
things into consideration, was somewhat ja y(,"r "gi the steel companies showing
desirable. The war created abnormal i u" '"'Tease of $7,0II0,IH0, the nimuiini
eottditious in certain, directions, and;1""1 'onipnuies $'iii,(l(l(l,liUil, the copcr
there was serious danger of reckless ! cnu'enis .H'!,(liil),0iM) and petroleum
expansion and speculation unless some i '""'panics if-'ifOOiltdO. year ago
form of restraint was imposed. This!""'1' companies earned about 7 per
developed a more cautionary spirit ''J-11' on '!'' r capitalization, while in
among those who assume the initiative; 1 1"0 )'''"r just ended they earned over
bankers have become more discriniinat-; '' I"'1' cent. Building operations would
ing and merchants are careful not to ; 1'i'oliably he upon a larger scale were it,
overstock, w hile manufacturers are pro-1 ""t f"r 'I"1 high cost uf bnterials ami
tecting themselves against coiitingcn-! which delayed many ncw-eatet-cies
with more than ordinary conservu-' l'fiw's. The! railroads are also deferring
tion In consequence there is a wide-1 ,'"''1' purchases for improvements and
spread optimism throughout the country ; ''J'l'i'ig stock ns much as possible for
mixed with a strong vein of caution, j similar reasons. The steel industry enn
This healthy balance between these two, ' satisfactory condition and will
forces is one of the best assurances of!'"' f' eiaployeil for months to conic
continued activity. The prosperity of t profitable prices. The one important,
the United States' has undoubtedly been i factor that is not encournginj; , tl,,,
greatly stimulated by the war, especial-1 ('r"P outlook, the season being hack
ly in the east; but this is only a trans-1 '"''t and without tiny bumper crops yet
itory stimulus which will eventually i sight. On the other hand juices in"
bring its own reaction; while far relatively high and with the surplus
ahvail of it in permanent importance is'''" vl''' J"rm lust year, moderate crops
the better sort of prosperity based 1-1 wr'J '"'"" g'H'd prices for the farniei.
on several years of big crop's, especially 'J'1"-' stock market is laboring under
the harvest of W15. The A ineiican i several adverse conditions, an, unable
farmer was never so well-to-do as to- therefore to reflect the favorable hu-i-dny,
and west of the Alleghanies this I 'u8 conditions referred to nhnve. Chief
or tnese oiistacles tiro the presidential
campaign, the war, our relations wiih
Mexico, the influx of securities from
abroad and a somewhat closer money
market. The political cumii.wn is real-
is still the vital factor in business, not
withstanding the rapid development
of industry and trade in Keeping with
growth of population.
Proof of these statements is found in
! current, trnde statistics Hunk elem-iiiim ! W 'CSS PXCltlllir than usual anil hccms
pa v e m e n t, last week lit leading cities were fit! peri';1 '"' of men rather than of issue-,
and one-half! cent ahead of Inst year: a very large l''1" lter promises to be mainly putiiot-
inc.h Bituminous Concrete wearing sur- e-ain, even nllowiug for the effect of'""1' ""'I preparwlness, with prospect of
face la4d on a tour and one-halt men high values. Hailroad eurmngH tor Ap-,"" lanit coming into proaiinence Inter
liituminus t ouct-ete tins' in accordance
with the (ilans, specif ii-ations and esti
mates for the improvement of suid por
tion of South Church street, adopted
by the common council on the !ith day
of June, l'jlti, now on file in the of
fice of the city recorder which for a
more detailed description thereof are
hereby referred to ami made a part of
this notice; being thilt character or
kind of improvement known anil desig
nated in s'lid plans, specifications and
estimates as " liituniiiious Concrete
Pavement No. 5."
Tho common council hereby declares
its purpose and intention to male said
above described improvement by' and
through the Street. Improvement !''
parttnent of the city.
Ilv order ot the common council.
( has. V. Hlgin, City Keconb r.
Dated this ti day of June, l'tlii. jnelT
ril thus far reported show an increase I "" 'he war goes grimly ou. There i
of over 22 per cent New capital iss-11 '1'iod of peace talk but no trusl
ues in May in the principal states nre worthy signs of action in that direction,
estimated at about if l(i2,ti(KI,0()0, which, J'"'-s I'1"'-, The desire for jie gruwa
was nearly double a year ago and thel'" '"tensity, but so docs the bitteruem
largest May on record except litlO. Ai"' "r struggle, which is not likely to
feature worth noting is the flood n( '"') ""til defeat, actual or potential,
municipal bond issues, the total for the,"''"gN submission. .Mediation just umv
year U)r being about iril)0,ll)l),OllO, or'",0"1'1 useless and possibly harmful,
the largest total on record. Still ano--' lle Mexican situation is iirjaiu thrcat
ther feature is the numerous new pet-j ''"'"( ""'I delicate in the extreme. Tiiis
roleiiai issues, tho total reported in May government is certainly pntieut and
alone being $ii7,000,uo0. The record of ';nK suffering an intolerable situation,
new enterprises for May shows purticu- ''j'1 pressure of foreign sale of Aui
lar nctivity, the total charters of con-' Cicnn securities has certainly bcun a
cerns above one million capital being j depressing factor in this market, ind
209,1)00.000 of 170 per cent above the
same month last year. Dividend and
interest payments in June are estimated
at 1.17,000,000, or $17,000,000 more
than last year. This increase was
largely due to the dividend of .iiti,.300,-
We can save you money en job print
.uig g' t our prices.
Salem Chautauqua Opens July 12
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DIED
CORY In the city, June 7, 10 10, Mrs.
Nora I. Cory, in her 40th year.
She is survived by a husband, three
sons ami one daughter living near
Mncle.iv. The body is at the under
taking parlors of Rig.lon and Richard
son. As yet no funeral arrangements
have b"'ti made.
Why are we popular? E a-
cause we tell yon every day,
the news of the world.
If You Suffer from Backache, Lumbago, Kidneys or Rheu
matism Take Hot Water and "ANURIC"
but for this obstacle many of our hiyt"
citiss issues, especially railroad shaiey
and bonds, would be selling at hiylioi
figures. American investors have had
exceptional opportunities of buying
American investments upon favorable
terms, and these seem likely to uontiu
uo under the additional tax of 10 per
cent upon the revenue of British hold
ings of American. Heliable advice
from London intimate that the British
government will not force or weaken
thu market for American securities; u
policy that it undoubtedly follows float
self-interest and quite in line with pre
vious action. The consequent return or
American men and women must guard ' rheumatism, gout, gravel, neuralgia
constantly against kidney trouM", he-'and sciatia result. It was Dr. J'iercn
cause we eat too much and all our food ; who discovered a new agent, called ' foreign securities will tend to imorov
is rich. Our blood is filled with uric ; " Antiric" which will throw out and. the foreign exchange situation and
acid which the kidneys strive to filter j eradicate) this uric ncid from the sys- check tho imports of gold which have.
out, they weaken from overwork, bc-,tem. Ir. I'ierce believes "Anuric" to recently been resumed by arrival of
come sluggish; the eliminative tissues; be 37 times more potent thun lithia.lover 2S)000,0il0 from Canada, where
clog anil the result is kidney trouble, ! and consequently you need no longer ! the Hank of Knglund has a cousiilcfal'lo
bladder wenknes and a general decline ' fear muscular or articular rheumatism deposit. The local money market hSs
in health. ! or gout, or many other diseases which i lately been somewhat firmer, owing
When your kidneys f el like lumps of are dependent on an accumulation of to the expansion of loans and a desire
lead, when your back hurts or the urine ' uric ncid within the body. Send Dr. ou the part of bankers to exercise moro
is cloudy, full of sediment, or you are I'ierce, Invalids' Hotel, Iluffalo, X. Y., discrimination. Hank reserves, accord
obliged to seek relief two or three times : 10c for trial package or $1.00 for full , ing to the last statement, are down t
luring the night, when you suffer with ' treatment ,'Auuric." Ui,'i7,0U0,U()O, a decrease of 107.00ti.000
sick headache or dizzy, nervous spells, j Dr. Tierce's reputation is back of this ; since the end of January, due chiefly
acid stomach, or you have iheumatisiu inediiine and yon know that his to a reduction of ii22,O0O,lOO in cnl
when the weather is bad, get from your ! " Tleasant l'ellets" for the liver and j reserves and in part to an expansion
druggist "Anuric." Ib-cause of uric j his "Favorite, Prescription" for the ills of 1IOUO,000 in loans in the lust four
fleni in over aiiuniiance in ;ne sys-; ot women nave nan a spienuiu rcpuin- inoimis
tern, backache, pains here und there, tion for the past oO years. HKNliY CI.KVt's.