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DAILY CAP1TA1 JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, THURSDAY', JIXE ii, 1911.
With Summer only fairly begun, there will
be plenty of need for Summer Merchandise
during the months to come. Take advan
tage of these unusual underpricings on
goods of quality and purchase now.
We have received a
dirolicate order of
these APRONS, andl,
instead of sending
them back we offer
them special for Fri
day only at your
choice each .
They are of good
quality, percale and
gingham, light, med
ium and dark colors
in stripe, check, dot
ted and plain effects.
The style of this
apron is new and
very neat note the
It will pay you well to get several at
i this very special price think of it, only
; .'.(; It
It is almost beyond belief the
great amount of improvement work
being done at Kingwood Park. You
have to see for yourself.
Have You (Jlven Va a Trial?
On our groceries? Do so at your
first opportunity. We will prove
quality at low prices. J. M. Law
rence, corner Ferry and Commercial
The Seniors of the Medical College
Will receive their diplomas with
the College of Liberal Arts graduates
at the First M. B. church this even
ing. Those receiving diplomas are
Prince W. Byrd, Dr. C. A. Boyer and
Dr. Andrew Soule.
Pont Pay Rent
When you can get a fine six-room
house and two good lots by paying
only $200 down. Close to Capitol
street. Monthly payment only $12.
See Bechtel & Bynon, 347 State
W'c Have Several Lines
Of women's comfort shoes, misses'
slippers and children's shoes and
slippers that we are going to close
out at greatly reduced prices. See
these if you want real bargains.
Jacob Vogt, 220 N. Commercial
There Is on Exhibition
At U. G. Shipley and company's
store on Liberty street, an exact dup
licate of the robe that will be worn
by Queen Mary at the coronation June
22. The robe is trimmed with genu
ine ermine. Everybody Is invited to
see this beautiful robe today and to
morrow. It Is on a tour and leaves
here Saturday night.
Resigns as Dean
After eight years of sprvlce as
dean of the College of Oratory of the
Willamette University, Mrs. Sara
Brown Savage has resigned . and her
resignation has heen accepted. Prior
to taking the position of deniv she
was a teacher In the Willamette Uni
versity. .She is a graduate of the
Emerson College of Oratory of Bos
Business property is advanclne
steadily at Salem. With the! Mason
ic block and the McGilchrist blocks
nssurred all corners are in great de
mand. The Hirschberg corner sold
for the record price the other day,
over $1200 per front foot. The cor
ner of Commercial and Ferry Is held
at over $300 per front foot, proper
ty adjoining the Hotel Marino at
$400. The corner of Trade and
Commercial Is not for sale at any
To Visit in Dakota
Miss Eflia Boggs, winner of a re
cent prize contest, recently run by a
local newspaper, and who has made
a host of friends while working for
Uncle Sam In the reelstrv rlpnnrr-
ment of the Salem postofflce, will
leave Salem Friday afternoon on the
3 o'clock Southern Pacific train, go
ing direct to Mitchell, South Dako
ta.. It is reported on good authori
ty' that before Miss Boggs returns
to the Cherry City the prefix v'Mias"
before her name will havo civon
place to a shorter word, with a
period arter It.
' CITY NEWS.
Remember the Lender Shoe Sale
Saturday. No sale can equal it.
Wanted, any quantity strawberries.
Salem Fruit Union. 6-13-tf
Costs More to Bur
'Costs less to use; Olympic flour,
Wanted any quantity strawberries.
Salem Fruit Union. 6-13-tf
Dual Forget the Saturday
Bargain sale at A. C. Devoe's shoe
It Is Not Bleached
For the best bread use Olympic
Several good second hand buggies
-"at great bargains at Sam Manning's
Implement house, foot of State
' rwt 4-27-tf
Mlotrt Marlon Grill
vWlll be open every night until 12
Vetoes:. Table d' hoto luncheon 12
to 2 p. m. dall, 50c.
If Money Could
UNFORTUNATES WHO HAVE FOR
YKARS NEGLECTED TO CONSULT
A COMPETENT OPTICIAN WOULD
GLADLY PAY ANY PRICE, BUT
THERE ARE SO MANY CASES IN
WHICH THE OPTICIAN CANNOT
GIVE THE VISION HE WOULD
WKK TO WITH GLASSES RE
CAl'HK THE EYES HAVE BEEN
CONSTANTLY STRAINED AND
Classes in Time
Wanted, any quantity strawberries.
Salem Fruit Union. 6-13-tf
25 Per Cent More Bread
Guaranteed from Olympic than
from any Valley flour. tu-th-sat
Rev. A. F. Cramer
And Floyd Rump, of Portland,
will speak at Commercial Hall Sun
day at 2:30 p. m. Everybody cor
dially invited to attend.
Me Cun Supply You
With the best bread in Salem. Al
so the standard" of exeellenrv In tho
grocery line. Call or phone Main
101 rnu rt . '
i "e sunset urocery company.
Wanted for Trial '
Patrolman Sam Burkhardt went
to Portland this morning to bring
back W. R. Petscler, who Is wanted
here for defrauding a hotel keeper.
The Portland police arrested the
Bought Out Store
Charles Kreft is the new proprie
tor or tne Asylum avenue store, hav
ing bought out A. A. Englebart. He
has cleaned up the place and made
additions to the stock and seems to
be a live and accomodating jaar-
For Cherry Fair
The Salem Humane Society will
hold a special meeMnir Th 11 IB1 Q V Air
ening at the Board of Trade rooms
ior me purpose of considering put
ting a float in the Cherry Fair pa
rade. All attend at 8 o'clock. By
order of President D. D. Keeler
Wants a Divorce
Delia Glbbs today began divorce
proceedings in the rimiiir .,.
against Thomas W. Glbbs. She al
leges cruel and inhuman treatment
as a ground for the dissolution of
the marriage bond.
Rev. Father Mnnm l"if Sf TAQOnk'n
Catholic church. Sal em Rpv Tooth
er De Lormle, of Portland, mid Rev.
fatner Francis Mayeur, of Grants
Pass, yesterday assisted Most Rev
Archbishop Christie. TV
lnnd, In administering the sacrament
of confirmation to 49 Children and
18 adults at St. Joseph's church. It
was the largest
Besides re-electinir Mm f
the Willamette ITnivpinitv tnr
other yenr, the board of trustees, at
us meeting Held yesterday, also con
ferred degrees nnon Aalmol rinoii
of this city; Dr. F. S. Hoyt, of Cin
cinnati, and Rev. John Fllnn. of
Portia!. Thn d
of laws were confererd upon the first
two, and the degree of doctor of di
vinity upon the last. All three were
members of the board Incorporating
the colleee. nnrl rtr Untt m. -,t
dpnt from 1850 to 1860.
An adjustment was reached today
between the state and the Astoria
Centennial committee relative to the
$.10,000 annronriatlon made fnr tho
benefit of the Centennial celebration
by the last legislature, and Secretary
of State Olcott has written to Dr.
Henderson, chairman of the com
mittee, advising him that if he will
come to Salem tomorrow nr In tho
course of a few davs. lie will turn
the warrant for the appropriation
over to mm.
The annronriation was heir! nn nn
the advice of Atrnrnev fipnprnt Prow.
ford, who insisted that Clatsop coun
ty snouid pay a back tax of $4,000,
and for which suit has been Institut
ed, before the appropriation was
turned over to the committee. The
attorney-general advised the secre
tary of state that without arrange
ments being made for the collection
of the tax that he would bring pro
ceedings to enjoin him from turning
over the appropriation.
At a conference between the state
and members of the committee and
prominent citizens of the city of As
toria yesterday afternon, It was
agreed that they would use their ut
most endeavors to bring about a
speedy settlement between the coun
ty and state relative tn tho tv or,
upon these assurances being made,
tne attorney general agreed to allow
the secretary to turn tho
to the committee.
Grants Pass will assiat Aimifniri
this year in the Fourth of July celebration.
Millions of Folks
Use Only 'Cascarets'
They Never Hut Headache, Bilious
ness, Sluggish, Inactive Rowels
or a Had Stomach to Make
A million boxes a month. That's
the sale of Cascarets. And every
tablet In every box means a day of
good cheer. Think what a world of
happiness this candy laxative has
brought t,o men and women also the
children. Are you getting your
Cascarets cure bowel troubles
when they have developed. But that
Is the least of their uses. Their best
service is to preverit the many ills
that come from Inactive bowels.
Think of the days when you are not
at your best . The mornings when
you don't feel right, the afternoons
when you are logy, the evenings
when you are irritable. The cause
lies in the bowels.
One Cascaret makes everything
different Don't say "I'll take it to
night." Take It at once. Carry a
box In your pocket. The hours be
fore bedtime are too good to be
wasted. Cascarets are gentle and
pleasant. Their action is as natural
as the action of fruit on the bowels.
They are sold by all druglsts at 10
cents per box.
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JUNE WHITE DAYS at SHIPLEY'S
MAYOR AN I) HIS LIEUTENANT.
(Continued from page 1.)
ter In his attack upon the newspa
pers. T .. .. 1 .1 1 4 !..,. D..1W..1
' MnnA. T nnhmnn fnllmv.H on1
uiajui 1 JtH. 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 14 1WIIU Tl 1.. V. 1. 1. V.
closed with a fiery speech eulogizing
his administration, declaring himself
In favor of the bond issue, and gen
erally grilling the newspapers. The
newspapers in his estimation had
failed to boost for the city and were
only knocking and the mammoth task
of carrying the flag of progress de
volved upon his stalwart shoulders
and the attainment of municipal
glory rested on his administration.
His plea to vote for the bridge
bond election was along the same
line as his lieutenant Councilman
In concluding his argument the
mayor stated that unless the bonds
were floated by the people there
would be no bridges built this year.
The committee of the board of trade
to bring in resolutions In favor of
the bond Issue are Jas. R. I.lnn, F.
Linn, F. N. Derby and C. L. Dick.
Asked to. Explain.
After listening to both addresses
Ernest Anderson, proprietor of the
Anderson barbershop, felt that there
was one feature that both speakers
had failed to explain and that was
the reason for raising the rate of in
terest on the bonds from five to six
per cent At the former election
the one that went down to defeat, a
rate of five per cent was fixed, but
the proposed bonds are to be sold at
a rate not to exceed six per cent.
Unable to give any valid reason
why this increase In the rate of in
terest should be made, the speakers
evaded the point by saying that with
a six per cent rate tf interest the
premium would be so large that It
would balance the interest rate so
that the people would not have to
pay more than five per cent. Pro
vided with this illuminating reply to
his question Mr. Anderson Is still
trying to figure out a rule in mathe
matics which will make six per cent
less or equal" to Ave per cent. The
only conclusion he could arrive at
was that the committee was trying to
compel the people to vote for and
create a larger Indebtedness than ao-
peared on the face of the matter, in
other words by getting a premium, to
raise more than $60,000, by whatever
the premium exceeded that sum, a
sort of obtaining of the goods under
false nretenses, as It were.
Resolutions Not Adopted.
A commltte, consisting of James
unn, C. L. Dick, and Frank N.
Derby, was appointed to draft reso
lution favoring the bond issue. It
was expected that the committee
would return and endeavor to pass
tnem last evening, but it failed to do
so, and so far the resolutions have
not been adopted by the board.
DICK FERRIS IS
rrvrrFn pnrt LiKnr w?n.l
San Diego. Cal.. June IS. nieic
ferns, or Los Angeles, who has been
identified to some extent with Mexi
can rebel affairs at Tla Juana, was
taken Into custody this mornlne bv
United States Marshal Harry Place,
on a warrant issued on an indictment
by the United States grand Jury sit
ting at Los Angeles.
Ferris was called before the grand
Jury at Los Angeles last week.
For Panama Exposition,
TuNiTitn PBFWK LBrn win).)
Sacramento, Cal., June 15. The
Sacramento county board of super
visors today set a tax of four cents
on every $100 of asessable property
for a flinrl' to Ofttnhltah o Qnnramantsi
county exhibit at the Panama exposition.
Ralph Mason went to Portland
Sidney Graham went to Portland
yesterday, where he will enter tho
law offices of Frederick V. Holman,
chief counsel for the P. R.. L. & P.
Frank Starr, a student of the U.
of O., is spending his vacation at
home In Salem.
Tom Clark ar.d Leo Unruh have
gone to the Tillamook country. They
will spend a month at Slab Creek, In
County School Superintendent W.
M. Smith went to St. Louis, Oregon,
Governor West spent yesterday In
H. M. Slater, of Eugene, Is visit
ing his parents here.
"Jimmy" Boggs, clerk for J. M.
Lawrence, is reported ill at his
home, 340 North Liberty street.
Stomach trouble Is said to be- keep
ing Jimmy confined to his bed.
Miss Edna Hershey, of Omaha,
Nebraska, formerly a resident of Sa
lem for 16 years, Is spending tjiree
weeks' vacation with her sister, Mrs.
Walter Goss, of Salem.
. Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Avelrfleld, of
Aumsvllla, are in the city visiting
their daughter, Mrs. L. M. Reeder.
Mrs. Joseph Walsh and daughter,
Josephine, went to RIckreall this af
ternoon to spend the week-end with
Mrs. Walsh's sister, Mrs. E. A. West.
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Union Label Goes.
(cnitbu pimn UDAREn wiri.j
Knoxville, Tenn., June 15. Union
religion is to be preached in a union
church established by local unions
here. The label goes on everything,
The following articles of Incorpor
ation have been filed with the secre
tary of state In the past few days.
Wisner Abstract company, Eu
gene, capital stock, $25,000.
Beaverton Masonic Hall assocla-
i tlon, Beaverton, capital stock,
New England Improvement com
pany, Portland, capital stock, $30,
000. Nicklln & Holt, supplementary,
The Union Timber company, sup
Orewlled Lumber company, disso
Arlington Investment company,
Trout Lake Stock company, disso
Gresham Riverside Amusement
club, Gresham, capital stock, $2000.
Triangle Mining company. Ban
don capital stock, $5000.
Amity Cemetery association, char
itable. Molalla Valley State Bank, Canby,
capital stock, $25,000.
Jackson County Light and Power
Multnomah Realty company, dis
solution. Benson Timber company, Port
land, capital stock, $$3,000,000.
Clatskanle Electric Light & Pow
er company, capital stock, $50,000.
Colter Garment Mfg. Co., Port
land, capital stock, $4,000.
Bend Park Company, foreign,
Portland, capital stock, $156,000.
George A. Bateson & Company,
increase, $25,000 to $75,000.
Western Cooperage company, In
crease. $1,500,000 to $2,500,000.
Malloy Manufacturing company,
Tha Bulley Irrigation Power com
pany, Vale, capital stock, $25,000.
International Mercantile & Bond
company, foreign, Portland', capital
The Appollo Club of Portland,
Hood River Orchards Develop
ment Association, dissolution.
Southern Oregon Development
COREY To Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Corey last evening, a baby girl.
Corey, June 14, 1911, a baby girl,
Forced Out Sale
A few more days and we are compelled to vnente.
Take advnntage of this money saving sales The same rut prices
prevail as before: Silverware, silver fern dishes, Bllver teapots, su
gar bowls, and butter dishes and carving sets at exact cost.
Auction Friday and Saturday, afternoon and night.
Damon & Foster
819 K. COMMERCIAL STREET
MILES BOSLER. At the home of
Mr. Harley L. Boslor, Cottage and
Marlon streets, Wednesday even
ing, June 14, 1911. Miss Grace
Lillian Bosler to Mr. Elno Stanley
Miles, Rev. D. Errett officiating.
At their new bungalow, corner of
Capitol and Shipping street, Wed
nesday evening, June 14, 1911,
Miss Hannah Nordgren to Mr. Os
car Gustaverson, Rev. F. T. Bab
cock performing the ceremony in
the presence of a number of
The bride Is recently from Minne
apolis, and the groom is well known
here, being In charge of of the car
pet department of the Imperial fur
Miss Elsie Korb caught the bride's
bouquet in the flower show. The
young couple have gone to Newport
for a two weeks' wedding trip, and
will be at home July 1st.
BRADFORD At the Willamette
sanitarium, Wednesday evening,
June 14, 1911, Viola Bradford,
aged 12 years.
Death was caused by blood poi
soning. The little girl lived In Polk
county, five miles north of Salem.
Exceptional Offerings on
Warm Weather Merchandise
Reduced Prices on Underwear.
Reduced Prices on Infants Wear.
Reduced Prices on Children's Wear.
Reduced Prices on Shirt Waists.
Reduced Prices on White Hosiery.
Reduced Prices on Knit Underwear.
Reduced Prices on Neckwear.
Reduced Prices on Handkerchiefs.
Reduced Prices on Linen Towels.
Reduced Prices on White Sweaters.
Reduced Prices on White Stationery.
Reduced Prices on White Dresses.
Entire Line Cloth Suits Reduced.
Entire Line Cloth Skirts Reduced.
Entire Line Cloth Coats Reduced.
Entire Line Lingerie Dresses Reduced.
Entire Line House Dresses Reduced.
Entire Line Linen Suits Reduced.
Replica of Queen Mary's Coronation
Robe, on our Balcony, Today
QUALITV MERCHANDISE POPULAR PRICES
U. G. Shipley Company
GO 145-147 North Liberty Street. W
FOR SALE Young team, new
wagon and harness. Call at 448
South Fifteenth street. 6-15-3t
FOR RENT Five room bungalow
near Commercial street, south; $10
per month. Apply 2000 State street.
FOR RENT Modern 5-room house,
and furniture for sale; good loca
tion, bath, toilet, etc. Addres
"C. B.," care Journal. 6-8-5t
GREAT BARGAIN Six room houso
in good condition, chicken house,
woodshed and fruit trees, seven
teenth, near D street. For a shott
time at $2100. E Hofer & Sons,
213 South Commercial street, Sa
lem, Ore. ' 4-29-tf
FOR SALE Residence and large lot
with natural shade trees, corner
Mission and Twelfth streets, with
fine modern improvements and
mission finish. For a short time
only. E. Hofer & Sons, 213 South
Commercial street, Salem. Ore.
Bicycle Season is now on in
full blast. We have a com
plete line of -
Call and inspect them; we will
TO TRADE Two goodi houses and
lots and five-acre tract with new
house, worth $600, to trade for
Improved farm property. E. Hofer
& Sons, 213 South Commercial
"fvMnnp llnrlertP''lno. Parlors
Modern In every detail. Lady assist
ant. Corner Cottage and Chemeket.
HOW'S THIS? A new five-room
bungalow; has hot and cold water,
bath, toilet, stationary wash bowl,
cabinet kitchen, screened-In back
porch, electric light and fixtures,
full-sired basement, furnace, ce
ment walks, handy to school and
car lines what more do you want?
A small payment down; balance,
monthly. Homer H. Smith, over
Meyers' store. 6-12-tf
Forest Grove's postal receipts for
May showed an Increase of 23 per
cent over the receipts of May 1910.
Talmadge Printing Co
t Koom 4, Pattoii Block
Society and Commercial
Give an lowajprintcr a call.
REMEMBER THE SINGE TAX
MEETING Henry George Lecture
association, lecture will be by
Charles Frederick Adams. He will
also talk on the commission form
of government as used in De
Moines, Iowa. Come and learn
about single tax, the commission
form of government and know
whether you want It or stay under
the present plan, or keep what you
have. Come and hear for your
self, and then you will know. Ad
mission 25c for meni and 10c for
women. Don't forget the date,
June 17th, at 8 p. m., at Commer
cial Hall. 6-14-4t
Fire Insurnace Society.
Ilurghurdt it Meredith, Resident Agts
385 STATE STREET.
MONEY TO LOAN
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd and Bush Bank, Salem, Or
OVER OPEN RIVER
Fresno, Cal,, June 15. When the
steamer J. R. McDonald tied up at
Skagg's landing, 12 miles from Fres
no, today hundreds of persons were
present to welcome the officers and
crew. The steamer sailed from
Stockton eaveral days ago to test
the navigability of the San Juoaquln
river. One hundred and twenty-five
tons of freight was unloaded at
Skag's landing, and will be conveyed
to Fresno. Captain McMurty de
clares that the river is navigable,
and says that practically all the ob
structions can be removed at a com
paratively small cost. A reception
was leuuereu co tneo mcers.
o . I
A band has boen organized at Her- i
mlston W. S. Whipple will serve as'
GEORGE M. POST
Corner State A Liberty Sts
Boom 1, Gray Blk. Phone 804.
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The only Woman' College on the Pacific Coast.
Chartered 1885. Near two great Universities
Ideal climate throughout the year. Kntranee
and graduation requirements equivalent to
those of Stanford and University of California.
Laboratories for science with modern equip
ment. Excellent opportunities, for home
economics, library study, music and art.
Modern gymnasium. Special care for J1"""
of students, out-door life. President, Lu'11;
Clay Carson, A. M., Litt. D.. LL. of
catalogue address Secretary, Mills College 1.
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See Me Before Vou Do Anything
C. M. LOCKWOOD
IMione 90S Main .
214-18 N. Com St. 8alem