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DAI1I CAP! TAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON- MONDAY, JUNE 17,1912.
! LADIES' AND MISSES3
Take one of these pretty Suits along it you intend to
enjoy that ocean sport
A most complete assortment to select from
and braids in
two of the
kv Several collar
$3.50 to $6
show you this
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Divided Skirts, Walking
Skirts Kahki Dresses,
Norfolk Jackets, Sweat
ers in a complete show
ing, heavy shoes, Indian
robes, steamer blankets
-all ready for you and
Hand Bags Suit Cases
A most comprehensive dis
play of fine, durable, good
looking traveling goods,
The largest assortment in
Salem, Don't fail to see
this great array when you
are ready to buy,
Supply Your Needs at Meyers
You May Get the Buick
Ever Conducted in Salem
Regal J. E. Tilt
Utz & Dunn
Chas. K. Fox
X. P. Ford
P. J. Harney
All above mentioned Shoes sell from
95c to $2.95
Children's Shoes from
20c to 95c
Men's Work Shoes from
$1.95 to $2.95
Come in and see this immense stock
and you will buy
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Crawfish at Collins Buffet.
Read the Journal for News
Business Men's Lunch, Hotel Marlon
Excellent service, superior cooking,
The Dependable kind
When you buy groceries of the Sun
set grocery you get the dependable,
and the best bread in Salem. Phone
Hot In Chicago
And growing warmer; but the big
cooler of Hill & Hansen keeps their
meats first class. When you want
fresh meat phone Main 247.
Salem Is Decorating
For the dedication of the big ar
mory and the 0. A. R. Their ice cream
should be ordered from the Wonder
Kantly Kitchen. Phone Main 999.
Wholesale and retail.
The Hotel Marlon's Business Lunch-
Prepared and served In an up-to
date manner, 60c. 5-27-tf
Leather and stray suitcases, the
Sextoblade Bafety razors, driving
gloves. Harness made to your order,
and harness oil. F. E. Shafer, the sad
dle and harness man. 187 South Com
General Hiiggnge Smasher
Ed. Long has made a deal with Joe
I'nderwood and they are handling
the West Salem baggage and trans
fer business in cahoots. E. D. I)ng
nnd Co. meet all trains, Salem, West
Salem, and Oregon Electric, and will
call nt your home and handle ladies'
baggage with kid gloves If necessary.
The Marion county publishing com
pany Is IsBuing the Dally Abstract
containing the official transactions at
(he courthouse and city hall. The
service promises to be very efficient
and reliable, and the price for the
dally record la only one dollar a
Old .Timer Here-
Lorenzo Elliott, of Rainier, an In
dian war veteran, Is attending the en
campment. He lived in Salem In 18(59,
and could have bought land where
South Salem Is now (It was called
Sleepy Hollow then) for seven dollars
an acre. There was good duck shoot
lug where there are now fine paved
streets. lie wns taken all over town
In a Capital Journal motorcar.
Auto and Car Collide
A collision between an automobile
and a street car occurred last night
at the corner of Loberty and Court
streets, in which each was about
equally damaged. The steering gear
Tender and fore part of the auto was
badly damaged, completely disabling
It, while 1he step of the enr was
damaged to considerable extent. The
car belonged to Conrad Stafrln, of
Moved Freight Depot
The Oregon Electric freight office
wns moved yesterday from High nnd
Mill streets to the new quarters of the
company at the coiner of Chemeketn
nnd Front streets, where it will be
located In the future. The pnvenient
on Front street ut that point Is now
thoroughly hardened nnd ready for
use, so that all business of the
freight department mny bo handled
from the new locntlon.
Virgil Golden, who was seriously
Injured Saturday afternoon when
making a trip on a "slide for life"
apparatus which had been Installed
by a number of boys In the city, over
Mill Creek, and who was operated on
and hnd a section of his skull re
moved, Is said to be resting easy to
day nt the Salem hospital, and the
attending physicians entertain hope
for his recovery.
Gulden Is Iti years of age, andjt
was his first trip. Tho "slide for
lire" was arranged by attaching a
ciible to trees on each side of the
creek nnd then attaching to the wire
a carriage. The length was 400 feet
iind the gravity was of sufficient
force to send the carriage across the
creek at great speed. When Golden
started across, the rope used to pull
the carriage buck, caught on the
l:ee and the pulley was dislodged.
Golden was hurled from It, falling a
(llt-tance of 2," feet, nnd alighting on
the rocks below. He sustained a
broken arm and a fractured skull.
Shortly after the accident convul
sions set In and an operation was
performed by Dr. Stolner and Dr.
Griffith, of the asylum, and Dr. Carl
ton Smith, a section of the skull be
Big Added Attraction
Mr. Edward Holland will present in Motion
Pictures and Lecture
Or the Secret of the Inner Circle of Society
"A Fool There Was"
This is the picture that has raised such a great
commotion in the Eastern Cities
1 Oc No Raise in Prices 1 Oc
WALIACE-WALLACE At the home
of the officiating minister, Rev. P.
S. Knight, Saturday evening, June
15, 1912, Mabel C. Wallace to Rich
ard W. Wallace. '
SYMES DROWN. At the White Tern
pie, Portland, Ore., at 8 o'clock p.
m., Sunday, June 1G, 1912, Miss
Fannie May Brown to Percy E.
Synies, both of Salem.
After spending a brief honeymoon in
the metropolis the couple will return
to Salem, where they will make their
RINGO KENEDY. At the residence
of the officiating clergyman, Rev.
Albert Mason, Cottage Grove, Sun
day, June 16, 1912, Miss Addie V.
Kenedy to Mr. William A. Ringo.
both of Salem.
The newly-married couple will
make their home In Salem, where
they have both resided, and where Mr.
Rlngo Is engaged In the drug busi
ness, being one of the owners of the
Crown Drug company.
I Central Point is agitating the mat
ter of establishing a public market.
NEW BUNGALOW close In strictly
modern, four blocks from business
section; $200 down, balance month
ly. See Homer H. Smith, McCor
nack building. Phone 9G. 5-24-tf
H. DYKSTRH Shoe repairing; opened
at. 19th street, opposite Eppley's
Btore. Half soles 50c to 1.00; heels
straightened 25c. 6-ll-6t
SI'ECIAI, Hot chicken tamales to
night on corner Commercial and
stata in front of Madison's.
TAYLOR At the family home, on
Highland avenue, Saturday, June
15, 1912, to Mr. nnd Mrs. F. A. Tay
lor, an 8-pound boy.
BARGAINS Having sold out, must
sell by June 22nd all my personal
property consisting of reliable
horse, good covered hack and two
wagons, blacksmith's portable
forgo, wood cutting tools, harness,
single and double, and many other
articles at my residence 2199
Broadway street. J. D. Walton.
Try n Lh Corona
And be sure to get it from the Si
lent Clerk. 6-17-3t
If Poor Eyesight jj
Causes you to make mistakes
don't give up business have us ','
examine your eyes mid supply
the correct glasses.
Our work Is dependable stop In
291 North Commercial St.
Phone 92; Office Hours 9 to S
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS-336 North
High street. Phone Main 4.
E. D. LONG & CO. General transfer
business. Baggage transferred.
Meet all trains West Salem, Ore
gon Electric nnd S. P. Phone Main
749. 16,"i S. Commercial street.
t DON'T GET DISCOURAGED
I KNOW PRVS
I POISON OAK
If your dealer does not car
ry It, we will send post-paid
on receipt of price.
DANIEL J. TRY
ISO North Commercial Street.
WANTED By experienced butcher,
situation with reliable grocery or
market. Best of references. Would
buy small business. Address C. E.
Elliott, Salem, Oregon, General
Japanese Hand Laundry
Dry Cleaning Works
Clean nnd sanitary, all work done
by hand. Mo machinery to tear nnd
wear out delicate fabrics. Work
culled for and delivered promntlv.
trial will make you a steady pntron.
430 Ferry Street Phone Main 252.
MONEY TO LOAN
OX CITI PROPERTY.
Call at room 314 United States
National Bank Building.
MONEY TO LOAN
TIIOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd and Bush Bank, Salem, Or
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
BURGHARDT & MEREDITH
Resident Agents S85 State Street
WOOD AND COAL
in any quantity. Prompt delivery
our specialty. Falls City Lumber
Company. 279 North Commercial
street Phone Main 813. .
MONEY TO LOAN
On good Real Estate secirity.
BECnTEL A BYNON
7 State Street
MONEY TO LOAN
On farm and city property. John H
Scott, over Chicago Store, Salem, Or
egon. Phone 1552.
FOR SALE Modern bungalow on
paved street, east front, close to
car, sewer connection. Small pay
ment down, balance monthly. See
Carl D. Gabrlelson. Room 5, Mc
Cornack building. 6-17-3t
LOST One automobile top cover on
Rosedale road Sunday evening.
Phone Farmers 494. 6-17-3t
WANTED Girl for cooking and gen
eral housework, family of three
adults. Good wages. Phone 309.
590 N. Summer street. 6-17-3t
LOST Canary. Suitable reward for
return. Mrs. Brown, 1125 Hlnes
SERIES No. .5 In the Mutual Sav
ings and Loan Association. Will
bo opened on July 6, 1912. Sub
crlptlons for stock are now being
taken at the office of the secretary,
275 State street, and by authorized
solicitors. J. d. White, Secretary.
WANTED Experienced lady cook at
the Cottage Hotel, at once. Phone
1!09, 160 Court street. 6-17-2t
IHSMARK CAFE. 184 Commercial
street, near corner Ferry stet.
First class service under new man
agement. Meals also served cafe
teria style. Meals, 20s, 2.'.c and
30c. Thomas C. Lynch. Prop.
BEST PHOTO PILLOW TOPS. 98e.
Medallion picture frames made
cheap; old frames regllded. All
work called for and delivered. J.
C. Banner, 496 South 19th street.
CAROLINE ELINOR HAINES
Piano Instruction. Write for circu
lar. Studio 491 North Cottage
THE NEW SECOXD-HAXD
We have a good line of Clothing
and Shoes. Highest prices paid for
second-hand clothing and shoes.
842 N. Commercial St, Salem, Or.
Offlco Phone Main 183
Rlgdon Residence Main 111.
Funeral Directors and Undertaken
262 N. High Street
O. C. T. CO.'S
Steamers Pomona and Oregona leave
for Portland Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 10 a. m.; Tuesday, Thursday
and SntlirHnv at ft a ... ... r- , 1 1
----- v w . .11. , 1111 VUIVHI1IB
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
M." P. BALDWIN, Agent
Be me before rnn do anvthin.
C. M. LOGWOOD
ii a,. - MS
SH-.ll K, Commercial, Salem, Oree
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
TODAY, TUESDAY and WEDXESE
MATINEE EVERY DAY
Adams & Adams
COMEDY MUSICAL, SINGING
TALKING AXD DANCING
TWO CHILDREN THAT Alt!
TWO- REEL FEATURE
mE GREAT WESTERN' 1'ICT
'in AT EVERYONE TALKS AB
AXD CANNOT HE SEEN AT
OTHER THEATER IN THIS 1
ALL WORLD RECORDS SMASI
FASTEST AXD MOST SE!
TIOXAL FREE-FOR-ALL EVER
, A Rich Comedy
THAT WILL PLEASE ALL, AX
SCEXIC PICTURE, SHOWING
CERENT PARTS OF CAL1F0I
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, V
MATINEE EVERY DAY
WATCH FX" THE BIG BAN
1 '" tf S.
MJGIXNIXG NEXT SUNDAY M
NEE AND EVERY EVENING
AFTERNOON, ENDING WEDNES
THE HUMAN HORSE...
HE IS HERE UNDER THE DH1
TIOX OF THE SALEM HUMAN
SANITARY. WELL VEXTILAT
SHOW OF MANY EXITS