THE D ULY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1919. PAGE THREE 3Ki3l5;5V3 A n Economical, Delightful, Light Place to ill The New - SALEM GETS HI Spring C OcltS Coats of the Cape and Dolman type, developed on slender, straight lines seem to be the most favored for Spring wear. Of these, the models with loose flowing lines, straight flowing backhand belted in the front section are to all extents securing the greatest amount of attention. Materials are in all wools. . SILKS, SATINS, AND TWEEDS , on sale. A new lot of ENGLISH TWEEDS, CRAVANETTED, PRICE .$15.99, $18.00, $21.50, $25.00, $29.50 i Just X i Received A new shipment of D avion And other makes We wwould be pleased to show you our line TERMS. LLOYD RAMSDEN 221 South High Street ' Prominent Salem Woman Passes Mrs. Iva- F. Turner, wife'of Lawyer j Frank A. Tumor, passed away at the family home, 335 N. Capital street, this morning at 2:45 after an illness of sev-j eral months. ' i Mrs. Turner was well known in this city where the family has resided for ( over au years, one was Dorn at unai field, Minn., Oct. 5, 1861, and was mar ried to Mr. Turner Feb. 20, 1883, at San born, Iowa. Two children were born to this union, Rex A. Turner of Winifred, Mont., and Miss Joy 'iuraer, tiio well known musician and mnsie teacher of thi3 city; she is Also survived by her mother, Mrs. F. E. Inman ,and. a broth er, Lawyer 0. M. Inman, both residing in Salem. Besides being an active worker in the Order of the Eastern Star, Mrs. Turner was a member of the Artisans lodge and for a number of years was an ard ent worker in the Salem Woman's elub. Tho funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at Kigdon's chapel, under the auspices of tho First Church Of Christ, Scientists, of this city. Burial will be at Mount Crest mausoleum, the services being con ducted by Chadwick Chapter No. 37, Or der of EasternStar. Elks To Arrange For Big Banquet Hall la Basement Members of the Salem- Elks lodge at the meeting hold last night, unanimous ly voted that the lodgo was in need of a large banquet hall and a well equip ped dining room and kitchen where the members could at all times be served with meals and where on special occa sions 300 members or more could be seated at the same time. Fred A. Erixon brougnt ?o tna at tention of the lodge the fact that the lodge building had a fine large base ment 25 by 108 feet, besides plenty of room for a kitchen of proper size, and that without anv great expense, this basement could be constructed into a dining room and kitchen. And then there would be enough room left in which to build a suitable stage. By an unanimous vote, the trustocs of the lodge were instructed to have plans drawn at once and to fcavo work begin on the re-arrangement of the basement. Mr. Erixon said that tho ceiling of the room was nine feet high and that it was well ventilated and that it could oasily be made into a dining room with an up-to-date kitchen. District Deputy Burggraff of Albany addressed the lodge last evening and after the initiations there was the regu lation Johnny Jones banquet. The following were duly initiated in to the "mysteries of the 11 o'clock hour and are now duly credited members of Salem Lodge 336, B. P. 0. E.i 0. B. Gingrich, Frank W. Durbin, Jr., A. H. Gillo, A. W. Lawrence, F. E. Powell, John W. Miller, H, H. Harris, J. H. Evans, S. A. Harris, Thomas K. Sander son, Glen Goulet, Milo S. Farwell, A, L. Becson and Edward J. Amber. ' ., J May Appeal To War Dept. For Action On Nurse Case San Francisco, March 21, Alleging local army officials are far from dili gent in their efforts to locate the per sons responsible for the death of Inez Beed, army nurse, relatives of the dead woman today are considering an appeal! to the war department for an investiga tion. They state that in the two weeks amuD tut, luuuuky ui luu uwuj auuuu au. a canyon near San Mateo was establish ed, the army investigators detailed on the case have apparently accompuHfted j nothing. Arthur Beed, brother of the doad woman, ismaking a private in vestigation to determine whether the army investigators apathy is due to lack of interest in tho case or to a desire to cover men in military circles who might be connected either" with the girl's betrayal or her death as e .unuit of an illegal operation. For several days, police have been awaiting announcement from the Pre sidio of tho arrival of the dead girl's efforts from Fort Riley. Kansas, where sup A True Builder Made from whole wheat 6 malted barley this delicious food pro vides the necessary elements for sturdy muscle and brain buildind. Economical tfeguiresno sugar. t Theresa Reason 9 TRAMN SYMPHONY ORCKESTMCOKCERT Mrs. Jane Barns Albert, Solo ist Had Many fares From Fascinated Audience. To many a listener tho Symphony or chestra concert last night was a ven ture into terra incognito a realm of fantasie and of dreams, where, under the magic of the director's baton there were unlocked mysteries of spiritual and dramatic necromancy such as are never revealed in the ordinary music al performance. It is a siuiplo thing apparently to wave a baton over a group of thirty musician; it is a far different thing to gather up and focus upon one ibrief evening the musical lore of such instructors as Anton Ku benstein and Clad-a Schumann, associa tion with Hoffman, Schunianlleinke and Powell, and tho inspiration of a life intimacy with the world's great est composers. The audience did not rcalizo it, but that was why the "fino frenzy" of Suppe and Mascakni and Verdi and Hadyn came up Iroiu the dead decades and throbbed and burned again in the performance of a group of more fiddlers and horn blow ers. To say that the program of last night wag faultlessly rendered would be but a half statement; it was thru its tfaultlessntss that Director Sites lound it possible to express what the great composers tried to impress upon the world .the divine element ia nar mony. Program Well Selected As before stated, the program ren dered at he Grand opera house last night wag selected with a view to giv ing full scope to the orchestration as well as to satisfy and delight all class es of musical tastes. Everyone was bound to ibe delighted with the splen did interpretation of the immortal "Poet and Peasant,"' the bewitching melodious subtleties of " Oa-k..Wv.a Busticana" and "Rigoletto." There was glitter of barbaric eolor and mili tary splendor in Hulvorsen's "Boja ren" and Vordi's march from "Aida" productions that never fail to thrill the soul and quicken the pulse. To those who still held to their nature the element of romance, there was the most alluring- charm in Berger's con cert waltz " Amourcuse" one of the finest types of this class of composi tion ever written. Whether or not it was fully appre ciated, the Military Symphony of Haydn was tho great number on the program the moot intricate and elab orate pattern weaving of themes and movements, worked out with infinite ingenuity and Tendered Iby the orches tra in grand style. Soloist Added Much to Concert lb was verv ' flrvhrc-nriatfl 'that W)n vocal soloist Mrs. Jane Burns Albert should have been gowned in rose tinted satin and Bhould earry a cluster of roses, for her voice expresses itself in roses white, blush-pink and pas sionate crimson. To a most winsome stago presence and a voice of flute purity and flexibility, she adds the suibtle quality of soulfulness that makt's her renditions go home to her listeners. She expressed herself most exquisitely perhaps in tho littlo aria "The Star" by Rogers, and most be witchingly in "Butterflies" by Lei ter. She was called to the tngo again and again by insistent encores. The average listener might not re alize the fact, but a largo part of the charm of tho evening's performance was due lo the faultless work of Mrs. A. A. Schramm who presided at the pi ano, both for the solos and the en semble. It would ibe almost trite to remark" that the greatest commendation is due to Prof. Sites and the orchestra in view of this performance, which rep resents' not only hard work but musical eenius. The only regret is that the op era house could not have been packed to capacitv, as it doubtless would have been had it not been for a num ber of great attractions just preceding it, and another occurring at tho same hour. Certain it is that Prof Sites can take to himself the satisfaction of hav ing firmly established a musical or ganization that will be a credit to-tho city and to himsolf she was stationed. Although there is reason to believe the trunk may contain clues leading to the solution of the mys tery surrounding the girl's death, police say, army officers have not investi gated the trunk's non-arrival. Johnson Says Bill To Suspend Immigration Is To Be Introduced Aberdeen, Wash., March 21. A bill suspending all immigration for four years will be introduced on the opening day of the next session of congress. Congressman Albert Johnson, who ar rived home from Washington yesterday, Is authority for that statement today, Johnson will be chairman of the house immigration committee. A provision for the deportation of all aliens who withdrew their apyneortjons for citizenship that they evade tho draft will be Incorporated In the bill, Johnson declared. Another clause will provide for the cancellation of the citizenship of nat uralized citizens who agitated revolt and advocated the overthrow of the United States government. DEATH "EXAGGERATED" 'V-r-r tir trn - -- . r Bend, Or., March 21. Simon A. Si- monson, who was reported to ha-ve died in a French hospital last fall, has ar rived home from Camp Lewis, where he was discharged fronvthe 8ixty-fifth ar tillorr, and is very much alive. "The report of mv death was greatly 16 OUNCES MAKE A POUND 100 CENTS MAKE A DOLLAR I i: The Truth Admitted AT LAST : rag: f ftT Tll' Has admitted at last that they are buncoing you in their advertising of price?. They admit that they believe you all are very SIMPLE and FOOLISH. They advertise a set of prices for ONE day a week to compete with our REGULAR prices and below they say no change in their regular prices and quality. They admit that they are buying poor, scrub stock to offer you as a bait to come to them and be robbed. We have reduced the price of meats 50 per cent since we came here, and we offer you the best quality of meats at anywhere near the price. We are killing as good a quality of beef as any market in the country and we DEAL SQUARE with YOU. We have only the ONE PRICE for every piece of meat in our shop and for everybody. Has the Trust Treated You Square? Have they done the right thing by you in the past? Do you believe they would in the future? Hardly. - . We are having a hard fight to kee pprices down. Are you helping or are" you backing the TRUST with your trade and us with your words? We are doing all we can to help you. Are you doing your share to help us? The future prosperity of-Salem depends on whether newcomers can live reason ably here or are to be robbed. Reasonable cost o f living helps a city. We are doing our bit. You are SURE of a SQUARE DEAL here. Has the TRUST ever given you a square deal? 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P. O. ROGOWAY, Mgr. Phone 104 Go 100 CENTS MAKE A DOLLAR if It If i We have stood the raise of stock and kept our prices down as we prom- ff Fighting Salem's Meat Trust What would you thave had to Pay for MEAT Without Our Fight Against the Trust? Not connected with any other market in Salem. No 40 to 50 per cent i profit here. YOUR MARKET- j 1 exaggerated," said Simonson.