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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, Oct. 13. 1913.
CONSULT DB. MAY, experlenc cd nail ,
successful Chiropractor, for acute and 1
chronic disorders. , Has practiced six j
years in Uregon. ree consultation,
hsrrt ciqk. muy airennani. ruone
office 572; residence 882-R. j
jtr- iii ', - wj-a. 1 . -
DB. 0. L. SCOTT-Graduate of Cliiro-j nK..,l Indian .1,11. w, a widow. h.ilVu-'r 01
practices Fountain Head, Davenport, : vulifiliU rights on the .s.piiiinisli roser-Iowa.-
If you have tried everything : Mition. T.icv guessed her age finallv,
and have got no relief, try Ohiroprnc-, nt !n. And Kdghert not the license."
tie spinal adjustments and Bet well.
Office 406-7-8 U. S. Nntiisiul Bnuk
Building. Phone Main 87. Residence
DR. 0. A. OLSOX, DENTIST.
Eoom 214. Phone 440.1
Masonic Temple. Salem, Oregon '
DBT CLEANING PRESSING
CLOTHES CLEANERS Pressers, re
pairers and dyers. One trial will con
vince you that our work and charges
are right. Cleaning parlor open to 8
p. m. Goods called for and delivered
free. Phone 728. Apparel Service
Co., 13S S. High street.
HOUNT CREST ABBEY MAUSO
LEUM The better way. Dry and)
sanitary. Building always open to
visitors, Sunday 1 to 4 p. m. J. W.
taskill, manager, 828 South 12th.
DRS. B. H. WHITE and B. Y. WAI
TON Osteopathic physicians and !
nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer- j
ican School of Osteopathy, Kirksville
Mo. Post graduate and specialized in '
nerve diseases at Los Angeles college.
Treat acute and chronic diseases, t
Consultation free. Lady attendant.
Office 605-510 U. S. Nntional Bank
Building. Phona 839. Residence 346 '
North Capitol street. 1'hone 4(i.
bALEM SCAVENGES Charles Soosl
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts'
at reasonable rates. Yards and cess-,
pools cleaned. Office phone Mainj
2247. Residence Main 2272. j
LEHMAN ft CLOUGH C. B. Webb, A. i FOR SALE Used heating stoves ga
ol. Clough morticians and funeral di- lore! Good stock at used furniture
rectors. Latest modern methods, of all kinds. Good stock of new
known to the profession employed. , goods. Exchange department. Deutsch
445 Court street. Main 120,Main 988. j gesprochen. Come. Peetz Furniture
. ; Co., 233 North Commercial. tf
KlUlJUjX-Kl.wiiAttU?u w. runerai,
directors and undertakers, 252 North
Day and night phone
rjiLEM WATEB COMPANY-Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets.
For water service apply at office.
Bills payable monthly in advance.
A. O. U. W. Protection Lodge No. 2.
Meets every Monday evening at 8 !
in the McCornack ball, corner lourt
and Liberty streets. A. E. Aufrance,
M. W.; S. A. McFadden, recorder;
A. L. Brown, F.
ANTRAL LODGE No. 18, K. of P.
McCornack building. Tuesday even
ing of each week at 7:30. F. F.
Schram, C. C; W. B. Gilson, K- ot K.
VLEM LODGE No. 4. A. F. ft A. M.
Stated communications first Friday
in eaca month at 7:30 p. m. in the;
Masonic Temple. J. C. Welch, W. M.;,
S. Z. Culver, secretary. I
1'ACIFIC LODGE iTo. 50, A. F. ft A.;
M. Stated communications third Fri
day in each month at 7:30 p. m. in
the Masonic Temple. Glenn C. Niles,
W". M.; Ernest H. Cboate, secretary.,
1: N. of A. "Oregon Grape Camp,"
No. 13G0, meets every Thursday even-1
ing in McCornack building, Court snd
Liberty streets; elevator. Miss Syl
via Schaupp, 171)1 Market, oracle;
Hazel Price, Imperial Furniture Co.,,i
I'ODSON COUNCIL No. 1, R. ft 8. M.
Stated assembly first Monday in
eaeh month, Masonic Temple. James
Plant, Thrice Illustrious Master; Glen
C. Niles, recorder.
I I. MOLAY COMMANDER Y Na 5, K.
T. Regular conclave fourth Friday
in each month at 8 o'clock p. m., in
Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir
Knights are courteously invited to
meet with ns. Gee. H. Burnett, E. C;
Frank A. Turner, recorder.
riADWICK CHAPTER No. 37, O. E.I
S. Regular meeting every first and j
third Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Ma-
fionic Temiile. Elizabeth Read, W.i
M.; Ma M. Babcock, secretary. !
V OODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet:
every Frida v night at 8 o'clock '
' " v ornacx diock. uscar Konaiuson
C. C; L. 8. Oeer, elcrk. 507' Court
FtreeL Phone 5'.'3.
"I'LTNOMAH KOYAL ARCH CHAP-
ItR No. I, R. A. JL Regular meet
ing second Friday is each month at'
8 1'. m. in the Mnsonie Temple. Al-1
red r. Marcus, Ex. High Priest; Kua-
sell M. Brooks, secretary,
C NIT ED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meets every Wednesday
nt 8 p. m. in Moose hall. Mrs. F. W.
('ook, M. A.; C. Z. Randall, Salem
I'ank of Commerce.
MLEM HUMANE ROCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Loo Tillson.lf
""retary. All eases of erneity ori
ucgiect ot dumb animals should be
reported to the secretary for investi-
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregoa Cedar Camp No. 624fl,mets
Thnrsda venin at S o'clock
in McCornack kali corner Conrt and
Liberty streets. Flevator aerviee, W.
. W. Hill, V. C . Bex A. Turaerlerk-l
A Case of Love of
Proprty at First Sight
Seiiltlc, Wash., Oct. III ..." V,., she's
ti.i. .1... ,t....i.: 1.., , ..
,,. j, rA
v lipid unin marniiup liri'nm
t'lork nt the court houwt here ami uke
Always cheap and alwavt
idependable a Journal
I Want Ad.
WOOD TO ( TT On halves.
10 big I
fir trees and 10 oak trees.
MONEY TO LOAN $.10,000.00 nt 7 I
Per cent on fnrni ltrnrmrtv. Willnm.l
ette valley, alno several applications
lor loans 011 city property and large
list of exchanges, .lacob & Co., 341
State Rtrect. Room 3.
DON'T BE DRY Make your hop beer
at home. I do. It's a simple, easy
process ami tno result is niiilitv sat
ig. Send $1.00 for recipe to
Hop Malt Recipe Co., Salem,
in, Box 215. Do it now. Oct27 1
GRADUATE NURSE Miss Anna Bat
cliff, 432 South High street
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY
us do your weekly washing. We use
nauuurv nieinoas. ni can ana oe-1
liver your washing for 50 cents. 1
uive us a iriai. inone mi. rir -
teenth and ll streets.
NK,LY furnished housekeeping rooms,
reasonaoie. 6oa aona LommerciaL
, FOR RENT 320 acre farm in Polk
county, 5 miles west of town. 200
acres uuder plow, plenty of fruit for
family, well water. Mjs. D. S. Ad
ams. Salem, route 1. Octl6
SMALL genera! stock of merchandise
for sale. Inquire 1190 North Cap
itol street tf
FOR SALE 5 passenger Buick in good
condition, electric lighter all around,
will give a literal demonstration to
anyone meaning business. Call or
write, Astor Smith, Independence,
Oregon, care of Beaver Hotel. Oct2S
PUBILC SALE Thursday, October 14,
I will sell the following at my
place. 10 miles north of Salem, on the
McMinnville road, at 10 o'clock a. m:
25 graile Jersey cows. 11 yearling
steers. 8 yearling heifers, will be
fresh iu March and April and bred
to registered Jersey bull. 4 head of
horses good farm horses aies 3 to
8, 12 head calves all weaned, 60
head hogs, including 7 brood sows,
plows and other implements. Free
lunch at noon. Terms: All stims of
t0 and under cash; six months time
will be given on all sums over til),
purchaser giving bankable note, with
8 per cent interest. Donald W. M:le,
clerk; Col. A. J. Baldwin, auctioneer:
.1. H. Brieham. owner. fWl.l
L. M. HUM
TICK SO TONG .
Chinete Medicine and
Ha medicine which
will cure any known
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283.
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa Oood Eeai Est Sscarity
TH08. K. rORD
Orsr Ladd Bask Baak. Balsa, Orsjn
J. I. JOHNSON, Prop.
643 Ferry St. Thone 2T'7
Board snd Rooms. Booms 2,re
and I'd. Attractive Bates to
students. We can please you.
SALEM FENCE and
E. B. FLEMINO, Prop.
I Depot American Fence
Ostes, Plain snd Barbad Wire.
Paints, Oils and Varnlshas.
Roofing, Posts, Hop Hooks.
. . at 1 C
14 All IParS II Id Mill' OlUfC
If " "
Stoves rebuilt and repaired.
Stores bought and sold.
230 Conrt Btreet. PhoM 124
Back of Chlcaf o Store.
THE MARKETS t
Wheat and onta hold the name. Com-
wheat and sales n the citv ein be r '" ' """-
ti... t; ' Mrs. . Boone. Salem: 2nd. fr rinn " : ..
i": """' wn' nt iiiiii i,,ij ' fair pillow slips: 1st, Mrs. Josephine)
a few cents apart on eggs, but as the; V?,, ,., .. w T ! ChiWera, Salem; 2nd. Mrs. G. M. Wade
I Portland markets are firm and eggs of ' ""a tuftr: 1st. Jo- Du 'j
scarce, the chame, are that higher "I'" 2? 2nd- En,m j Pair towels: 1st, Mrs. J. ,. Apple-
' Baby Wet: 1st. Mrs. K.v C. B.k-' "V ...... . .. J
Hny, timothy, per ton .
Wheat, new crop
Oats, new crop
Cracked corn ,
Shorts, per ton
Creamery butter, per pound
Eggs and Poultry.
r.gus, candled, No. 1, cash
'B"' trttd 31c
lioosters, old, per pound ... 7.!
Spring chickens, pound 10Uo
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed 9c
. . . 3 4c
'I'ork, on foot
: Snrincr Inmlta . .
1 n ......
;j, - .
A " 1
i a , i
" " :
to ..fa $0.00
Lemons, per box .........
California grape fruit
Dates, dromedary, case
Grapes .. $i.2."
ranberries $10.00 '.
Eggs, per dozen
Sugar, Di G
Flour, hard wheat t
PORTLAND MARKET. ,
Portland. Or., Oct. 13. Wheat
Chib 95 l-2.rtiV: Biuestem 97cffil.
Oats No. 1 White Fee l $24. 25.u til.
Barley Brewing ?Z7.2Va 2; fee-1.
Hoes Best Live. ti.6il.
Prime Steers, s).7. i
Fancy Cows, t..2 j.
Calves. t'.J'."i f "".
Spring Lambs, t7.1..
Butter City Creamery, ?1 l-2e.
T.Z Selected I al eitras, Su
llen . Ik'.
Broilers. 13 f: 1 4-.
-the enclosed car
is best for you
If you want your inveu.T.ent working for
you the year 'round if yo j a:st a car
that ii at your service every day and in
all kinds of weather then yo i want an
enclosed tar A of all enclosed cart th
modern Detroit Electric i at oii.e pre
ferreJ and the most pra:t:cal.
la the Detroit Electric roa hive rcensy comfort
for all paueaer ae4 a sisrU-ry ol r.ecaaauis)
whxk tniblc rich tr.-mbtr of yo-r Ua: y todnvs
it io perfect frty. The af -r Prn:-jj.r J con
tinoout. vibriticolci pc" Aw a.jchanic
sliy eScicnt tht but nxt'r d 't crJ atten
tion, The hiflwr capacify bsttery rf cidosive
Dttroit Kectnc desiB (tusnnteeJ) F:orKles
pester miic.re witfcwt need U ret'-irt-ot than
roa rdiostilr i an enure ity "
Ad frrm iheuadfxxs'of upkeep ct the Uetroit
EJectnc is mct eHvl. Cirtst (or battery
ctrf.nt is lumithed at km rates (5j to per
tenth) nd i frowirt lower
strauoa ridt u awaiunf
Model 61 4-pats. Brofm,
Model fVl S pin. I
Model Si S-pat.
11-J.I ta c ....
Model 57 4-pts. Rear Dnve Brolu. lit-J
Model 56 J-Msa. Cabookt. M1S
ANDERSON ELECTRIC CAR CO.
Manufacturer of Detroit tlectnc Car
Marion County Women
IVnn Mac Tl,'l,. ..,..jJn
IIUU mwoi 1CAIUC inUU5
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Night gown. French and evelet: lst.
.ir. c. v- A iuw, oaiem; zuar Laura
pM. 1 1... , .
Mhl K. Petersen. Sl.- "
Chemise, trench and evelet:
Mrs .Buelah A. Miller, Halsey.
Shirt waist, French and evelet:
Mrs. I.oretta May, Salem;" 2nd,
J. A. Applegate, Salem.
Mrs. Grace E. . Rife.
11 nn yiuuw; jm. .Mrs. t.. 1'etersoil,
llawijnhn"dw; ?nd' Mr" 0race K Rife- Fcrt-
..$9W0, Bgby C0J(,h ro,ie. Jst Mrs Rav c
'""i"o9A B"k,r' al,";. 2nd, Mrs. Grace E. Rife.
' i. Portland.
TI.I T . r ...
J ......... ..... v.,,,,-,-
PnrtlnnH- Pn.l Mlsj nn Tr:.,.l.v.i I I
; -"! Baker, Salem; 2nd. Mrs.
U to lbc;Bi8hop SaU'm.
Displavif. six embroidered handker
chiefs: 1st. "Mrs, Kate Baeswell, Port
land; 2nd, Laura Bamlle. Salem.
Display of three lingerie bags: 1st,
Elene I Fawk, Salem.
Display of three fancy aprons: 1st,
Elene 1 Fawk, Salem. "
piM'. 'w Mrs. F. I.. Purvine. t
Embroidered table cloth: Ut. V
Display of three Swedish darning
Geo. S. Blake, Portland; 2nd,
Lunch" cloth: 1st, Juanita Matlock,
Centerpiece: 1st, Mrs. Cobin Greeorv. '
rortlnnd; 2nd, Bertha Hunt, Portland. !
Centerpiece. French knot: 1st. Mrs. j
Will Foster, Salem; 2nd, Anna Wied -
erhold, Portland. J
Dresser 9Carf: 1st. Mrs. Gen F tf.t
Orpwun Cifv 9n,l Mi.. v,l... I
r. , ) ' -' ' -- J uuua w uiiv-a, .
Collar and cuff set: 1st, Mrs. J. A.;
i Applegato, Salem.
Sofa pillow: 1st, Mrs. J. A. Apple-,
gate, Salem. ... .
Sot nt uir Kin,lUrh;..f.. la T... '
ita M'atlnt-k. Portland.
... v.. .I,.,,., J.-l, VUUU-
Child's dress: 1st, Mrs. E
DiAnlnp thro fnncr Uo- Ut
1 J "",' vug,.-?, i.u-iu-'
T. Vtalr SiolAm I
Pair towels: 1st. Alt .! Sl..ID. Mcl.in. Portland: 2nd. Marcaret
. . -
"no, Mrs. J. A. Applegate, Salem.
Single towel: 1st, Mrs. E. C. Pat-
ton, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. Kate Bocswell.
Set bed linen, three pieces: 1st. Mrs. j
. C. Patton, Salem: 2nd. Mrs. H. W
stump, Salem. .
Fancy apron: 1st. F.lene L. Fawk,
single apron: 1st, Ina Harold, Seio.
Niffht nntrn- tt fr P.n... I'
Portland; 2nd, Mrs. Geo.S. Blake, Port-'i
i Cross stitcn
Kate Bagswell, Portland;'
j Stockton, salem.
Display cross stitch, three pieces: 1st.
Mrs- (ie- Xs' k- Lo Ang'l"; 2nd, Zoe
O SH' i Class 111.
"'AS; Duchess lace collar: 1st. Mrs. J. I..
! ,T Tomlinson. Albany; 2nd, Mrs. I). A.
1.35(5 1.50 jKingslev, Salem.
Duchess la--e centerpiece: 1st. Mrs.
A. J. Basev. suiem.
Duchess luce ilisplar.afonr nieces: 1st.
Mrs. J. I.. Tomlinson, Albany.
Point Isoe cellar: 1st, Mrs. I.oretta
nil, Clara Chradle. Leb -
j Point lace handkerchief : 1st. Mrs. ' Kerr- Salem.
f Mary J. Atchison. Portland: 2nd. Mrs.! Single towel, filet: 1st, Yida Cross,
Kate B.-tgsu'tl. Portland. '. Salem : 2nd, Ritn I.. St' iner, Snlem.
j Point In.'e l.nbv bonnet: 1st. Mrs. ! Set six crochet. 'd doilies: 1st. Vedn
Harw Chradle. licbanon; 2nd. Mrs. J.i May Cross; 2nd, Mrs. L. F. Griffith, Su
i l Tomlinson. Albanv.- ! lem.
Point !se l;splav. four pieces: 1st,!
Mrs. A. J. Hn-ey. Sjilem.
Batteetiu'e centerpiece: 1st. Mrs. A .!
J. Basv. Sitem.
Duplet Dnve Browh, J3JTJ
, nesr Drive Brmnhsm. I"M
, Kroe.t Drive Brouh, 9115
I Battenburg lunch cloth: 1st. Mrs.
!Geo. Coolidue. Liveslov: 2nd. Mrs. E.
- Biudorman, Salem.
Battenburg table scarf
D. A. Kingslcy. Salem.
Batteuburg, display of four pieces:
1st. Berth Hunt. Portland; 2nd, Mrs.
j. L. Tomlinson.' Albanv.
n Class 113.
I.unch cloth: 1st, Mrs. A. A. Hisque,
Mrs. M. C. Pettvs, Sa.
1st, Mrs. Geo. Coolidgo,
Mrs. A. S. Hussey, Sa-
1 . rfiivs, naien
Handkerchief: 1st, Mrs. l C. Con-!
nell. Let 11s; 2ml, Mrs, Clara Chradle,1
Displav of three pieces: 1st. Mrs. A.!
J. Baoev, Salem; 2ud, Mrs. M. C. Pet
Collar, white: 1st, Mrs. G. W. Jenk-
Mts-: Centerpiece: 1st. Mrs. M. C. Pettvs.
Ray C. ! ins, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. D. Mcl.in,' Port
"I Collar, eeru: 1st. Mrs. A. Edic, Falls
City: 2nd, Mrs. O. E. looper, Salem.
Collar and cuff set: 1st. Lois. N.
Ashby, Cauby; 2ud, Mrs. G. W.Jenkins,
Handkerchief with narrow edge: 1st,
Mrs. Flora Clark; 2nd, Mrs. G. W. Jenk
Handkerchief with wide edge: 1st,
Bertha-Stark, Aurora; 2nd, Mrs. A. V.
Bag: 1st, Mrs. D. Mcl.in. Portland;
2nd, Bertha tioldthort, Salem."
Baby bonnet: 1st, Mrs. C. A. L. Ham
ilton. Roseburg; 2nd, Olive V. Peacock,
Yard tatting less than our inch wide:
1st. Mrs. D. Mcl.in, Portland; 2nd, Jes-
'p Holeomb, Salem.
Yard tatting, one inch wide or over:
Mrs. F. X. Moisan. Brooks; 2nd,
Mrs. Mary E. Huas, Salem.
Set six medallions: 1st. Mrs. G W.
Jenkins. S'llem- "nit Mrs V. I llnr.
, , 1 -- -
for doilies: 1st. Mrs. Flora
Clark, Salem; 2nd, Juann Holmes, Port-
Centerpiece: 1st, Miss Xlnbel Snelson,
Snlemr ?n.1 Mrs (V A I. HnmiK,
Pair of towels, tatting: 1st, Mrs.
i .Mauei nniiconcK, iiuisej ; .nut .luana
- - -
fimilnt tnMinrr bit iikwA 1t Wrm
. . - . '
. Class 114.
Ladies' shawl: 1st, Mrs. T. C. Con
i nell, Lents; 2nd, Mrs. B. A. Tayne,
Child's sacnue: 1st, Mrs. Kate Bags
well. Portland; Snd, Mrs. N. C. Maris,
; Slippers: 1st, Mrs. R. H. Grinstead,
j Roseburg; 2nd, Grace Grinstead, Rose-
Afgan: 1st, Mrs. L. W. Stokes, Sn-
I lem; Jnd, Mrs. vttll roster, salem.
Bed spread: 1st, Orace C. frpencer,
Salem: 2nd, Mis. M. E. (Sill, Portland.
i Bed spread fillet: 1st. Mrs. T. C.
: Connell. Lents; 2nd, Katlierine Spiess.
Fillet centerpiece: 1st, Mrs. Homer
Van Winkle, Salem; nd, Mrs. K. A.
Fillet collar and cuff set: 1st. Mrs.
A. J. Basey, Salem.
Fillet bag: 1st, Mrs. Will Foster',
Salem; 2nd, Mrs. L. (). I'ortonu, Oregon
I Eillet collar: 1st, Mrs. Will Foster,
Salem: 2nd, Mrs. T. C. Council. Lents.
: r towels, iniet trimmeo: ist,
Maria Kosine, Salem; 2nd, Eda M.
Lunch set. nil crochet: 1st, Airs. I
F. Griffith, Salem; 2nd, Miss Olga I.y-i
Lunch set. with braid: 1st, Miss Edna
Josse, Snlem; 2nd, Mrs. W. H. Daev, Sa-
! Niuht gowu or chemise, yoke with!
'braid: 1st, Bertha Hunt, Portlund; 2nd,
Juanita Matlock, Portland,
j Irish collar and cuff set: 1st, Bertha
i Hunt. Portland; 2nd, Mrs. Kate Bugs
! well. Portland.
j Irish collar: 1st, Mrs. May Atehi.
son. Portland: 2nd, Miss Auna Wieder
j hold, Portland.
j Irish ban: 1st. Mrs. Kate Bagswell,
Portland; 2nd. Mrs. B. M. Gentsl, Chi-
j Maernnie bag: 1st. Christine Bahn
1 sen, Snlem; 2nd, Mrs. Homer Van Win
i kle, Salem.
I Mai tame eollnr: 1st. Mrs I.. O. Pot
; tonu, Oregon City; 2nd, Mrs. Ifumer
j Van Winkle, Salem.
Displav five pieces filet: 1st, Mrs.
I Chm. L.' Sheldon, Rosehurg; 2nd, Mrs.
I Will Foster. Salem.
Display Irish, five pieces: 1st, Mrs.
Ke Bagswell; 2nd, Miss Edna Josse,
I Class 116.
! Bed spread: 1st. Mrs. J. R. Campbell.
) Slippers: 1st. Mrs. Kate Bagwell,
Portland; 2nd, Mrs. W. ('. Knighton,
Purse; 1st, Mrs. B. M. Gent.el. Hii
eaw'o. Shawl: 1st. Mrs. W. C Knighton. Sa
lem: Snd. Mrs. K. 1( Grinsted, Rose-
ibur- . , . .
Dupmv of three or more articles: it.
Mrs. F. K. Chafer, Salem; 2nd, Olive V.
Three embrnidered hsndkerchiefs:
1st. Mrs. Kate Bagswell. Portland; 2nd.
Mrs. G. L. Tomlinson. Albany.
Three hemstitched handkcp-liirfi:
1st, Mrs. M. A. Gill. Salem; 2nd, Mis.
G. I.. Tomlinxin, Albanv.
Fancy apron: 1st, Mrs. O. L. Tom
Child's dress: 1st, Mrs. Kate Bags
Ni((ht gown: 1t. Mrs. Kate Bar
well, Portland; Snd, Mrs. (!. I.. Tomlin
Set underwear, three pieces: 1st,
Mrs. O. L. Tomlinson, Albany.
Embroidered corset cover: 1st. Mrs
Kale Baeswell. Portland; 2nd, Mrs. J.
A. Appleeate, Salem.
Embroidered shirt waist: 1st, Mrs. J.
A. Anidegale, Salem; 2nd, Miss Eugea
is Gillingbam, Halrai.
Centerpieee, silk embroidered: 1st.
Mrs J. A. Appl'uate. Salem; 2nd, Miss
Eugenia Gilliiigham, Saleas.
Centerpiece, white embroidered: 1st,'
Mrs. M. E. Breyman, Salem; 2nd, Mrs.:
Kate Bagswell, Portland. ,
Lunch cloth, white embroidered: 1st,
Mrs. Kate Bagswell, Portland; 2nd,
Mrs. Francis Ksmpfmuller, Portland. I
Sofa pillow, silk patchwork: 1st, Mrs.,
Jane Williams, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. M. A.
Gill. Salem. '
Pin cushion, silk embroidered: 1st,
Mrs. J. A. Applegate, Salem.
Pin cushion, French and eyelet:1
1st. Mrs. Kate Bagswell, Portland; 2nd,
Mrs. M. M. ChapmBn, Salem.
Pair embroidered pillows: 1st, Mrs.
Kate Bagswell, Poruand; Snd, Mrs.'
Beulah A. Miller, Halsey.
Pair embroidered towels: 1st, Mrs.
Kate Bagswell, Portland; 2nd, Mrs. M.
M. Chapman, Salem.
Single embroidered towel: 1st. Mrs.5
Kate Bagswell, Portland; 2nd, Mrs. J.;
A. Applegate, saiem.
Beu quilt, silk patches: 1st, Mrs. M.
A. Calvert, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. Christina
Bed quilt, cotton patch work: 1st,,
Sarah A. Lewis, Riekreall; 2nd, Sarah I
Kiiml .r..ht,.l 1t. Mr. Aumista
Adams. Montaville: 2nd, Mrs. M. M.
Chapman, Salem. I
Shawl, knit: 1st, .Mrs. rrancis
Kampfmuller, Portland; 2nd, Mrs. J. H.
Davis, Salem. !
Bed spread, crocheted: 1st, Mrs. E. K.
Waters, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. Peter I.uthy,'
Bed spread, knit: 1st, Mrs. Krnisting
Erdman, Medford; 2nd, Mm K. S. Mun
Two yards knit lace: 1st, Mrs. Ern
i.tinir Krdman. Medford: 2nd. Mrs.
Cha. H. Sheldon, Roseburg.
Two vards erocheted lace: 1st, Mrs.
Jane Villiams. Salem: 2nd, Mrs. G. I.
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Uispmy inree pieces rrwuci imv.
1st, Mrs. Caroline Carl; 2nd, Mrs. John
k-.,ll, s.-,.it Mills.
Home-made rug: 1st, Mrs. Jane Wil
liams, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. F. A. Holliday,
Specials In Classes 114, lis ana lie.
Two skirt" with crochet: 1st, Mrs.
Ella Jory, Suleni.
Man's shirt case: 1st and 2nd, Mrs.
W. H. Porter, Snlem.
Mncrame fringe: 1st, I.ora Tolls, Al
bany. Lavender display: 1st, Sadie M. Sar
Special Otass 109.
Hedabo collar: 1st, Mrs. Jas. Mitch
NEEDLECRArT OIRL3 UNDER 14
YEARS OF AGE.
Displav crocheting, three pieces: 1st.
Hilda Jory, Salem; 2nd, Josephine
m.i.iuv nf iniiMiu- 1st. Hilda Jorv.
Salem; '2nd, josephiue Baumgartner,
Pair embroidered pillow slips: 1st,
Corilla Cowcn, Yakima.
Pair embroidered towels: 1st, Jose
phine Baumeartner, Salem; 2nd, Helen
Single embroidereo towel: 1st, Helen
West, Portland; 2nd, Flavia Dimick,
Dresser scarf, white embroidered: 1st,
Opal I .ouise Brown, Salem.
Centerpiece, white embroidered: 1st,
Hilda Jory, Salem.
Fancy apron: 1st. Opal Louise Brown,
Salem; 2nd, Helen West, Portland.
.Three handkerchiefs: 1st, Opal
Louise Brown, Salem.
Sofa pillow, cotton embroidered: 1st,
Mabel Yergcn, Hubbard; 2nd, Ronena
Way, Oregon City.
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We have all kinds of Axes, Sledges, Wedges, Saws and Equipments ; ;
for the woods. ,
ll kinds o( Corrugated Iron for both Roofs and Buildings.
-A good tSOO.OO Lauudry Mangel, slightly used for ono fourth original ( ;
A Woodaaw complete for sale or will trade.
Two Ponies and Harness at a price that will surprise you.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
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don't misv come to ice hUn. You will find him at 13 8. HIOH Street,
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Sales Eleettif Co., slasoais Teaple, 127 North High Main )XX
Salem BUass Laundry, 130 South Ijbsrty Mala U
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Bales Track Dray Cs, aoraer But and Front streets. Mala T4
Boaver Bvate Prtatera, Pattoa Block . - 1811
Sofa pillow, silk embroidered: 1st,
Josephine Baumgartner, Salem.
Child's dress, hand made; 1st, Jose
phine Baumgartner, Salem.
lin cushion: 1st, Opal Louise Brown,
Salem; 2nd, Josephiue Baumgartner,
Displav cross stitch: 1st, Helen West,
Special Premium by Needlecraft Shop,
Display three pieces by child between
7 and 12 years: 1st, Lenta Baumgart
Cereal Foods Baking, Domestic
Salt rising bread: 1st, Mrs. O. P.
Hoff, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. Myrtle W. Ken
Potato yeast bread: 1st, Mrs. G. L.
Munsou, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. A. F. Omyer,
Nut bread: 1st, Mrs. E. L. Meyers,
Salem; 2nd, Mrs. E. F. Wright, Salem.
Steam bread: 1st, Mrs. M. L. Bar
ber, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. E. F. Wright, Sa
lem Baking powder brscuits: 1st, Mrs.
Henry Sauer, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. Jessie
C. Vercler, Salem.
Half dozen doughnuts: 1st, Mrs. E.
V. Wright, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. M. L. Bar
One dozen cookies, plain: 1st, Mrs.
F. C. DeLong, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. M. L.
One dozen fruit cookies: 1st, Mrs.
M. Barber, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. Geo. W.
Coffee cage: 1st, Mrs. Mary Gib
son, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. H. A. Smart, Sa
lem. Layer cage: 1st, Mrs. Myrtle W. Ken
nedyj Salem, 2nd, Mrs. XL L. Barber,
Loaf cage: 1st, Mrs. Myrtle W. Ken
nedy, Snlem; 2nd, Mrs. Russell Steph
Fruit cake: 1st. Mrs. E. F. Wricht.
j Snlem; 2nd, Mrs. M. L. Barber, Salem.
Angel enke: 1st, Eva Miller, Salem;
2nd, Mrs. W. 8. Sawyer. Salem
Assortment three cakes: 1st, Mrs.
Jessie C. Vercler, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. W.
S. Sawyer, Salem.
One pouud nougat: 1st, Evelyn De
Cereal roods for Misses Under 14 Years
Potato yeast bread: 1st, Flavia Dim
ick, Salem; 2nd, Florence Pope, Sa
lem. Baking powder biscuits: 1st, Flavia
One dozen cookies: 1st, Flavia Dim
I .aver cake: ist, Velleda Oh mart,
Salem; 2nd, Ruth Rosa, Salem
Loaf cake: 1st, Ruth Rosa, Salem, i
Preserves and Pickles.
Largest and best assortment of eat-
supa and meat sauces In bottles: 1st,
Jessie C. Vercler, Salem; 2nd, Mary
Gibson, Salem. '
Largest and best assortment fruit jel
lies, 10 or more glasses: 1st, Mrs. A.
V. Oliver, Riekreall; 2nd, Mrs. A. 0.
Best assortment of canned vegetables
not less than sixt 1st, Jessie C. Ver
cler, Salem; 2nd, Mary Gibson, Sa
lem. largest and best assortment pickles,
five or more glass bottles: 1st, Mary
Gibson; 2ud, Jessie C. Vercler, Salem. .
Largest, and best assortment, sweet
pickles, five bottles: 1st, Mary Gib
son, Salem; 2nd, Jessie C. Vercler, Sa
lem. Largest and best display of can
ned goods In glass, not less than 20 va
rieties, not less than 50 articles: 1st,
Clara B. Foster, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. L.
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