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DAILY CAPITAL JOUHNAL. SAEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, .JUNE -J7, 1008
WORLD OF WHITE
Advance showing of EARLY FALL STYLES In LADIES' TAIL
ORED SUITS, The Jackets ar,of3G Inch length, hand tailored, man
nish effects. The materials nro the new weaves and colors In self
Btrlpo and shadow" strips Herringbone .serges and diagonals. These
suits arrived today and aro on display for every one who wants to see
tho new fall Btyles.
Ladies' and Children's
We aro now able to talk shoes; 35 coses Just received In shoes and
exford3 for women and children. This store Is now better prepared
to fit the feet of tho little totB than any other store In Salem.
The now Bhades of tan and oxblood oxfords for ladles, Napoleon
tops, tan shoes In some of the newest up to 'the minute creations. If
you think we can tell you what's what In shoes come In and see. A
stylo Tind Inst for every shape foot.
Wo have Just received a swell new line of Chiffon Panama Skirts,
largo and full, box pleat effects. All aro Just good walking lengths,
colors are blue, brown and black, and would regularly se)l for $7.50
owing to their late arrival we have placed them on sale . for your
Thirty Inches wide In a new assortment' of beautiful floial designs
and dainty colorings for klmona, house dresses, and extra good value
20 cents a yard
ladies' Knit Underwear
In vests, drawers, union suits,
combination suits, trimmed . with
delicate lace at World of White
WHITE LACE DOSE
At White Sale Prices
Danco at tho Rink tonight.
East Portland vs. Salem,
grounds, 3 p. m.
Sunday fair am)
When in Portland
"Visit, "Halls" new restaurant, 330
Wash. St., opposite Imperial hotel,
Wo Would Llko-T"
To Impress you with the fact that
Wild Hose flour Is a homo product
rb good as any Imported flour. Try
& sack tho next time you order.
0K F, Mason Box Co. .
247 Miller St., South Salem, man
ufacturer of all kinds of boxes,
crates and fruit dyer accessories.
Phono. 308. tf.
Paid on or before, July 1 wU be
subject to a 10 per cent discount,
IcW Oeam Social
A lawn social with a- fine literary
and musical program will bo given
on next Tuesday evening at the homo
of K. G. Lantz on the Liberty road
io furnVsh tho new school house,
7;45 and 8:30 p, m. and return In
Paid on or before July 1 will be
Paid on or before July 1 will be
subject to a 10 per cent discount, tf
Little GIiIk Wanted
Sixty little girls wanted to call at
L. U. Josse furniture store on Court
street Monday, June 29, agos from
C to 12 years, for Fourth of uly.
East Portland Va. Salem,
grounds, 3 p, m,
Steiislofr's Meat Market
May bo equalled, but It I? excelled
by none In the United States for
cleanliness and good meati. Phor.e
Visit the Un.to.drtt
Moving picture show, tho Edlsonla
on North Commercial Btreet, alwaya
the latest films,
East Portland V3. Salem,
grounds, 3 p. m.
For Iowa l'eonle
Cars will leavo Willanje.U ;jtelBWj,-Mr.r'aml 'Mrer'Adams of Frultland
ty of neighbors and friends In honor
of Dr. nnd Mr. Sifter, who return
next week to their former home In
Dss Moines, Iown. The guests were:
Mr. G. J. Parsons and wife, Mi?s
..i,i in ,w, ;u....w , 'Glenn. Miss Parsons, Mrs. L. F. Pa
" JV" v ' ..vm. n son3 faster George and little Miss
I Bertha Parsons of Salem; Mrs. Grey,
Don't Forget , Mlss Burt, Mrs. Wolf and daughters,
The danco at the Auditorium Rink Mrs. Montgomory, Mrs, Kenlon, Mrn.
tonight. McElroy's orcheitra, Ad- Cooper, Mrs. Brokalo, Mrs. Mat
mission 10 cents. . .thows, Mrs. Card and daughters,
Mi's Rose Edwards, Mrs. T, Monr
Tomorrow Afternoon gomery and Mrs. Ross FIcklen, Cake
East Portland will play Salem nt,n"d strawberries were served. Musto
the leaguo grounds at 3 o'clock. Thelw8 a feature of the entertainment.
Salem team has been strengthened pr. nnd Mis. Sllte- have made many
by signing Robinson, formerly the, Mend during their stay here and
Oregon City pitcher: Curtis Coleman n j" in wishing them a safe and
on second base and Joruson, secured i j"v iwmru nome,
from the Frames, win play third
base, This will give the home team
the strongest line-up they have hnd
will Do a hot one and the Salem team'
del erves the patronage of the Salem . lfembro? Sentence. Postponed
people as the management spares no' Tho eentonce of A. J. Hembree,
expense In arranging for good games, the Tillamook county murderer, haa
I again been postponed. His attorneys
DftHce. ToHlglit havo filed a petition to st aside tho
Attend the dance tonight at Prof, vermcx oi ujo jury, ana tho motion
win ob rBeu hi me folk county,
court on July 9, at 10 a. m. Judge
Burnett has adjourned the court un
til that time.
. Danca at the Rink tonight.
East Portland vj. Salem,
grounds, 3 p. m.
(Continued from Page 1.)
stltuttons. Salem Is gaining a great
reputation no a convention city.
Tho Evening Program.
The smoker at tho Elks hall was a
great success, with music by Mc
Elroy's orchestra, Mrs. Hinges and
Mls3 Verclor. Judgo Crowoll of
Mcdford astsd as toastmastcr, nn.l
there were short addresses by Arthur
Roynolds of Des Moines, W. D. Vln--cent
of Spokane, W. L. Jones of Now
York, J. W. Maxwell of Soattlo, Bert
Clark of Now York, D. H. Moss of
Seattle, Ralph Stacey of Seattle, D.
II. Palno of Eugene.
First Full Bank Itepmt.
For the first time In tho history
of tho stnto of 'Oregon, completo
statistics are available showing the
condition of all the banks In Oregon,
both State and Nntlonnl, State Dank
Examiner Steel has completed tho
compilation of reports of the condi
tion of all banks on May 14, tho re
ports having been received from
'tato and private banks under tho
provisions of tho stato banking law
which has Just gono Into effect.
Tho Btattstlc3 bIiow total resources
of $100,393,091, of which amount
$47,892,000 is In the form of loans
nnd disceunt: $1R,C00,000 securities,
bonds, etc; $17,600,000 duo from
other bnnks. nnd $11,700,000 cash.
Of the liabilities. $11,107,000 Is cap
ital stock, $0,000,000 Bttrplua and
undivided profltB, $8,300,000 due to
other bnnkB and $70,000,000 depos
its. Tho report covers 132 stato and
59 national banks.
Delegate Reported Since Friday.
N. U. Cnrpenter, First Natlonnl
H. HIrschberg, president Inde
pendence Natlonnl bank, Independence.
W. H. Fear, secretary Merchants'
Savings & Trust company.
Miss M. A. Barnett, cashier W. M.
George Schulmcrlck, cnshler III1U
boro Commercial bank. HUlsboro.
"Henry L. Bents, president Aurora
A. Shute, ' cashier J. W. Shute,
W. M. Barnett, Wasco.
II. F. Smith, Holllngshcad &
F. L. Meyers. caBhler La GranJo
National bank, La Grande.
S. L. Bear, vlco president Citizens'
National bank, Baker City.
E. G. Cnnfleld, cashier The Bank
of Oregon City.
H, M. Cox, assistant cashier Ar
lington National bank, Arlington.
A. L. James, assistant cashier
Flret National bank, Baker City.
George F. Hauscr, cashier Bank
Arthur McPhllllps, cashier First
National bank, McMInnvIUo.
E. W. Hazard, cashier U. S. Na
tional bank, Salem.
J. M. Poorman, cashier Dank of
E. Hofer. vice nreslderit First State
bank of Independence.
Arthur Roynolds, president Bos
Moines Natlonnl bank, Des Moines,
J. W. Maxwell, cashier Soattlo Na
tional bank, Seattle.
D. A. Paine, vlco president Eugene
Loan & Savings bank.
Frank D. Brnndago, Knauth
Nachod &Kuhno, New York.
E.i C. Apperson, president Mc
Mlnnville' Nntlonnl bank, McMInn
vIUo. Joseph H. Albert, cashier Capital
National Bank, Salem.
A. Bush, Salem,
W. A. C. Powell, cashier Polk
County bank, Monmouth.
J. W. Anderson, cashier Scandlna-
! vlnn-Amoricnn Savings bank, Astor-
1 Maynard Redmond, cashlor Geo.
W. Bates & Co., bankers, Portland.
Henry Teal, representing Morris
Bros,, bnnkers, Portland.
B. B. Morton, assistant cashlor
BaIn State bank, Basin, Wyo.
Erwln Harrison, assistant cashier
Tillamook County bank Tillamook.
John A. Keating, vlco president
Bankers & Lumbermen's bank, Port
land. J. E. Hlgglns, cnshler Astoria Na
Alex Martin, Jr., cash'er Klamath
County bnnk, Klamath Falls.
R. W. Schmeer, cashier, U. S. Na
tional bank, Portland.
E. A. Wyld, vice president Secur
Ity Savings & Trust company, Port
William Scarth, cashier Lincoln
County bank. Toledo.
R. M. Pullenry, second vice presi
dent National Bank of Commerce,
D. H. Ross, vice president First
Natlonnl bank, Seattle,
Bert Clark, Na tlonnl City banlt;
G. W. White, president First Na
tlonnl bank, Klamath Falls.
W. O. Jone?, assistant casliler Na
tional Park bank, New York.
J. H. Albsrt, Capital National, Sa
lem. Montle B. Gwlnn, president of tho
Pendleton Savings & Trust company,
has been elected president of the
Oregon Stato Bankers association for
tho ensuing year. Convantlon con
cluded Its work at noon fodny.
Other officers elected were R. W.
Schmeer, vice president,, cashier of
the First Natlonnl bank, Pertland:
W. S. Crowell, tr?asurer, president of
tho First National bank of Medferd:
and .J. L, Hartman, of Hartman &
Thompson, re-elected secretary. J.
C. Alnsworth. of the United States
National bank of Portland, was
chosen delegate to tho national convention.
McMUn' popular dancing school.
Paid ,o er Wore July 1 will be
utitect' to a 10 pr cent discount, tf
Miss Maobelle Baker left this
morning for a visit to relatives and
friends In South Dakota.
Mis? Francjs Gleeson spent Thurs
day t-n the, city, shopping and visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sellwood and
daughter, Lilian, have returned from
Turner, where they have been visit
ing Mr. H. L. Earl of that city,
Dogwood nml Persimmon Trees.
Tho supply of dogwood nnd por
slmmon shuttles In the Southern
states Is nearly exhausted. This
statement will not appear significant
to tho avoragoinnn when ho first
hears it. But whon ho Is told that
tho entire Bupply of shuttles, bob
bins and spindles used In tho cotton
nnd woolou mills in nil parts of the
country Ib furnished by the dogwood
and persimmon growing in tno
Southern states tho seriousness of
tho situation 1b apparent. Tho tex
tile mills of the country ropresont
a capltalUatlon of nerirly a billion
dollars,, and bobbins, shuttles and
aplndles aro Just bb necessary parts
of these mills as tho throttlo 1b to
Fortunately the shuttle manufac
turers havo found another source of
.supply In tho dogwood stands In tho
far northwest part of tho country.
Two large companies manufacturing
splndlos, shuttles and bobbins havo
erected plants In the Cnscado3 In Or
egon, whoso dogwood foro3ts nro tho
greatest In the world, tho treo often
attaining n height of 75 foot and a
dlnmetor of ono to two feet. The
Southern dogwood Is rarely nHoro
than six Inches Indlameter. Exten
stvo stands of dogwood nro also
found In California nnd Washington
Up to tho present tlmo lumber userfi
In tho Pacific" northwest havo found
logwood vnluolesB except for fuol,
and its utilization for the manufac
ture of shuttles will bring about a
considerable increnso In stumpngo
vnlucs of this treo.
Those companies at their Orogon
plnnts will not only manufacture tho
articles named, but will utilize every
part of the tree turning to nccount
the waste wood and producing such
by. products as pyrollgneous acid,
acetic acid, protacotato of Iron, ncc-
tato of lime, methylated Bplrits, sol
vent naphtha, wood tar, wood pltoh
and vnrlouB forms of charcoal. Dog
wood Is lndispcnsablo In tho manu
facture of shuttles, bobbins, and
spindles bocauso It is tho only wood'
which tnkcB a high polish and wenrs
pearfectly smooth by friction under
Tho discovery of tho adaptability
of the Pacific dogwood, however,
not aided tho Eastern manufacturers
and they havo been obliged to look
for substitutes nearer homo. Tho
most promising of theso are mos
quito nnd tupolo gum. Tho wood of
tho mo3qulto Is heavy nnd very hard
,closo grained, and lins a compact
structure. It Is probable that It
would bo eminently ndapted for tho
manufacture of shuttle blocks, as it
appearB to havo nil tho roqulsllo
hardness and susceptibility to n high
smooth polish. Already It has prov
en well fitted for tho manufacture
of spools and bobbins for which
white birch Js now so largely used.
The tupolo gum is medium hard and
heavy, nnd haB a compact fibrous
structure. It has not yet been uti
lized to much extent In the textile
Industries, though it Is qulto prob
ablo It will play an Importnnt part
In tho future, since It combines wth
sovcrnl necessary qualities tho ex
acting proporty of wearing smooth
Tho dance at tho Auditorium Rlrilt
tonight. McElroy's orchestra. Ad
mission 10 cents,
New Players Signed
Tho Cherry Pickers havo signed
Coleman, Johnson and Robinson all
of whom will play In tomorrow's
game against Enit Portland nt the
leaguo grounds, 3 p. m.
An old hat bo' it looks like now.
Bring one In and let us bIiow you. If
you haven't n hat, bring an old suit
and see what we can do to It. John
son & Stege, next door to Journal
The Best Imported
Cigars are no better than those
manufactured right here at home by
the Salem Cigar Factory. Patronize
homo Industry and enjoy a good
smoke. Tashmoo, La Carona and
TODAY'S SPECIAI q
I'lllTS, BAKERS, MIIOILEHs
STRAWBERRIES, GOOSEBERRIES, PEACHrc ..
NANAS, OBANGES, LEMONS AND CIIKRlUKs ' UC()TS' A.
TELEPHONE PEAS, ASPAIWGUS, TURNIPS vntrvn
CABBAGE, STKING BEANS, ETC. w""i 10U.NQ ONlnft
GERMAN BREAKFAST, SCHLOSS KASR, FUIA CIUU3,
MOIR GROCERY CO., 6
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Grand Opera House
jonn r. Lordray, Manager
ONE NIGHT MONDAY JUNE 29,
L.S .SIRE Prosonts America's Foremost Character Actrcig
In Her Great New York-Chicago Success by Anno Wnrtfer
THE REJUVENATION Of
Original cast and production. Thn.0 months in New York, three
months In Chicago.
A Laugh Every Minute
Prices: $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c
Scat Salo at Box Office Monday nt 9 A. M.
Hello, Jim! What's yoar rush?
Hello, Bill; See you later, for I am In a hurry to get down
to McPeek's. Ho has Just got In a lot of fine goods, both new tirf
second hand, and they go so fast down there, I am afraid 1 vrlllte
That so. What's he got?
Oh, a lot of CARPETS and among them Is 40 yards of goo4
BRUSSELS about ae good as new; good RANGES for wood oreol;
GAS RANGES, new and second-hnnd -goods of all kind. DUhei,
glnssware, enmp outfits, cooking utensils; and he Is alweyi In the
market for second-hand goods.
O. L McPcek
170 South Commercial St
Hatch Is Delcgat
George Hatch Js the Salem dele
gate to tho State Mall Carrier's con
vention which meets In Astoria to
day. Putting In "Y"
A crew of 40 men began work
this morning on the Oregon Electric
railroad company's spur on MI'l I
street. Four carloads of dirt were'
placed on the street this morning,
where tho rails are to be laid. It Is
thelntentlon of the company to com
plete the work at the earliest dato.'
possible, bo that the State street
spur may be taken up, and the
switching transferred to Mill street. I
DeWltt'R Kidney and Bladder
Pills are prompt and thorough and
will In a very short tlmo strengthen
the weakened kidneys. Sold by all
tU 7 KW Yw Haw Alwt)S
DA1LEY At the Salem hospital 'nt
10:30 o'clock yesterday morning,
J. W. Dalley, agd 83 years, 9
months, aud 2 dayB, of heart dl
The,' funeral will bo held at the
Clough Undertaking parlors nnd tho
burll at tha Rosedale cemetery. The
ripceneeri lenven five eons and two
daughters to mourn his death.
Sympathy In tho Eyes.
Clinically It Ms found almoit Im
possible to foresee this turn of af
fairs, and until lately the pathology
of the affection, sympathetic opthal
mla, has been equally obscure. Dr.
George Lenz , (comes to) the
conclusion that sympathetic oph
thalmia is due to a specific Infectious
agent, especially as the pathological
findings In the later affected eye aru
similar -to those In the eye that Is
orlrlgnally attacked. The author
thinks that this Infection Is carried
from one eye to the other by tho
blood stream, the absence of pyemia
(blood poisoning) being probably
due to the great specificity of theqr
ganlsm, Jlmlted a'a it is to the tis
sues of the eye alope. It may bo
hoped that such observations will
soon reach the stage of assisting tha
ophthalmologist in foretelling the
probable occurrence of sympathetic
ophthalwla aad" in preventing it by
early removal of the originally af
fected eye. Medical Record.
MONEY TO 1L0AN
TH0. K. WW
Over Ladd ft Bush's Bilk.1
Norwich Union Fkt
, Inswawe 5T
Frank Meredith, IlwW ij
Office with Wrn.Brotri C'i"
?fi rnmrnerMnl street.
Wanted at Once- row i
?500, the best of colUteri.
Ity to offer. Addre 0-4M
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For SaleSeveral nousw
and farm 'ands at a :
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