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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT RNAL. SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, APRIL 14. 191fi.
Economy Basement Specials
BOSTON STORE STOCK and Some New
Boosting Specials, Bought Especially for
Values to $20.00 now
$4.95, $7.85 and $9.63
Values to $5.00 now
93c and 39c Pair
Values to $5.00 now
$1.95 and $2.65 Pair
Both dress' and work
Values to $2.50 now
95c and 39c Pair
or 3 for 49c
now trimmed with
Full sized Sheets
New Bungalow Aprons,
3 for $1, or 39c each.
Middies now 73c each
Muslin, yard 8c
Big Line Men's Collars,
Arrow Brand, all sizes
TRY SALEM FIRST
UALKM COMMtKCMt CLU
Brassiers, nicely trimmed p
15c Each jj
Laces, values to now l
15c for 1-2 Yard
Columbia Crochet Cotton
Men's Silk Fiber' Sox
splendid wearing sox
9c, or 3 for 25c
; 10c Pair
Womei's and Children's
Extra Good Hosiery
' 10c Pair
A big assortment of new
10c and 15c each
KEEP LOOKING young'WORK ON SURVEY
It'3 Eacy If You Know Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets
The secret of keeplmr youni? In to
foci young to do tills ymi must watclt
your liver nnd bowelH there'H no new!
of liming a Hallow complexion chirk
ili under your eyes plmplex u bll
Hook look In your face dull eves Willi no
Tour doctor will tell you ninety per rent
wiiiro lkjiii minute uoweis
i nr. Ndwarda, a well-known phvstrian In
Olilo, perfected a veKctulilo compound
mixed Willi olive oil lo ai t on the, liver anil
Iwwelsv which lie gave to his patients for
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tnhlets, the mil, si I
tute for culumel, me gemle In their arllun.
yt always effective.
' They brlnfr about Hint exuberance of
Hfili ll, that natural buoyancy which nli nil, I
Ikj enjoyed by everyone, bv tuning up llio
llvor und clearing the system of Impui ltleH.
Yon will know lr. Kdwnnls' Olive Tab
loid by their olive color. 10c and Slid per
Ivor. All ilruKitlsts.
The Olive Tablet Company. Columbus. O.
Reports From Stayton Tell of
Location of Salem-Bend
I The work of surveying fur the now
elect l ie line is nearly completed to
! t in i lo nlnivo Mill City. Tin surveyors
'are now pulling on the finishing touch-
es, "trying in" (no section corners nn.l
! K i 1 1 i 1 1 K the line in perfect s)u)o lo lie
put into blue prints. (Anil, h.v-the -way,
! Hi i in the only complete railroad sur-
voy ever made into Slnvloii.) Some
time will ho neoileil to complete the
prints hut Mr. Lynnt tells us Hint ho
hopes lo begin work on the grade by
the Mill iif next month.
The survey is nlinnst a direct line
from Salem to Mill City ami roadies
Sttiyton from Salem in n little over lti
I miles And Mill City in aliout 33. It is
an easy grade with few cuts or fills
ami Mr. I.ynot thinks tiie untile can lie
iiouiplotod us far as Mill City in about
III) days from the lime grading begins,
lie mill the eliiel' engineer will leave in
la day or two for I'orllanil to (jot the
i ti I no prints in remliness to let contricts
I for grading. Surveying east from Mill
City will not begin uulil the mountains
are more free from snow.
Stayton is locnlod nt tlie right dis
tance J'l-nni liolh Pnrtlaml nnd Kcnil to
iiiuko this Hie logical locution for car
'shops, which addition to our town
j would soon give us a population up iu
i tlie thoiis mils.
j Whoever is hacking this project fin
lancinlly makes little difference to Stay
!ton. Our people will welcome the road
jand Hive it. loyal support. While there
I is a Initio amount of froinht traffic
now, we believe u year's time Willi a
I railroad would see it more than doubled
on ueuwil f refill. Add lo this the log
j mid lumber traffic and tSayton will
furnish a (rood supply of freight to
the road. Stayton .Standard.
JNearly 450 Horses On the
Grounds 600 ; Expected
Before Races End
on'i Let a
J ' Al '
Cprtjl.t U.rt Mn, k u(
The real business-like way to buy clothes is just
like the way you buy other things get the best you
can, and get it at as low a price as possible. You
don't let a low price trick you into poor quality.
BISHOP ALL WOOL CLOTHES
$15.00 $20.00 $25.00
are the best clothes made; they're priced low enough
to make them the best clothes made.
And here's another thing: you have heard and
read more or less about the demoralization of the
dye-stulTs and textile markets due to the war in
Wc want to say this:
Our clothes are guaranteed to be satisfactory to
the wearer; and this guarantee is given without
reservation, modification or exception.
San llicgo, f'al., April I I. Tlie sport
of Linus will once more take the front
seal iu southern California tomorrow.
A Her 'weeks of preparation James V.
('off roth, president of the Lower Cali
fornia Jockey club, upon whom fell trio
burden of the rohuililin;; of the Tiju ma
course, jjnve a sijj.li of relief after
watchiiio; the jockeys broeze their horses
around the race (rack for the lirst
time since the "Hatfield flood.''
Tijuana is the main topic of conver
sation iu all of the sport tatherinys to
day. The city is crowded with race
yoers, horse owners nnd bookmakers.
Speci.il trains will begin to arrive to
night anil continue until tiie opening
hour, -:tr tomoirow.
Although the Jockey club officials do
not expect record breaking attendance
tomorrow, they predict that the Sunday
turnout will double that of the opening
Sunday iu January.
There are already close to 4."i0 horses
on tlie grounds, almost double I lie num
ber here bcloie tiie rains. More are due
today .iinl tomorrow. The club officials
today said there will be nearly (Mill
iiorses here before tlie close of the
first week 's race.
All the officials are on Hie ground
with the exception of KdwarJ Trilie the
fatuous starter, fiom Kentucky, ami he
is ilue to arrive today.
Several hundred truck goers went
out to the track today to witness the
final workout of Hie horses jnd get a
glimpse of the tinrk, which was com
Roberts Hats Salem Just Wright
i -i i Hiri; pi
t ai vvooien mias onoes j
I $3.00 Store $4.50 and $5 f
Much in Caplan Case
I.os Angeles, Cnl., (April 14. T.os
Angeles county today was saved thous
ands of dollars in the prosecution of
Dav'ul Cnplin, alleged dynamite con
spirator, when defense counsel conceded
I lint papers found in liie office of the
Inteiiiatioiinl Iron Workers union nt
Indianapolis were genuine.
In the trial of Mathew Schmidt, re
cently ended here, a score of witnesses
were brought here from the east, at
great cost to the county, iu order to
identify .illeged conspiracy papers.
"We will concede that Hie matter
identified in Hie Schmidt trial, taken
from the iron workers is yomi i nr.' " said
Nate I oghlan, Caplan 's attorney.
A. II. Koohi,'. continued iiis test!
iiionv in tlie niirining session of tiie
Sons of American
Revolution of Salem
to Honor Burton
Senator Theodore K. Norton will lo
the guest of honor nt u lniuUot to 1..
given by the Kuleni Sons of the Amer
ican Uo olutinn, April 111, Hie 1 1 1 it It an
niversary of the Htittle of Lexington.
Senator Iturton Hill arrive in Salem, on
Hie 4-:.'!" Oregon Kleetrie and will b
escorted lo the Hotel Marion Jiy Ho
local organization for a reception whicl
will be held nt f o'clock. At (! o'clock
the bauiuct will be called and at '
o'clock Senator Norton will address r
inn.v meeting nt the armory in the in
Baseball Seat Sales at Port
land Good-Other General
N'oiue. Alaska, April 14. Leonard
Seppala's team of Siberian wolf hounds
has a nice lead today in the All-Aiaska
J-'ay lielzene and Fred Aver are fol
lowing in an almost neck and neck race
for set I place. At last reports Aver
was but three minutes behind Del.ene.
Hoy Brown has droppcC oat of the
race. One of his dogs went crippled
and his sled was not large enougu to
permit the hauling of the wounded dog,
as provided in the racing rules. A
greit deal more interest is being shown
:n the event this year than for some
years past. The pur-cis .t'J.nmi.
. Tryout At Seattle.
Seattle, Wash.. April I t. The Seattle
Athletic club will stage its tryout smok
er toniuht. Tiie affair will L'ive lioxing
Intructor diet Mdntyro, a line on his!
boxers rind toose showing Hie most tal-j
ent will be selected to represent the J
local club ill the t ar western champion
ships to be staged here the lift week
of this mouth.
Eox Seals All Sold,
rortland, Or.. Apiil 14. Kvery box
seat for the opening game of the Pa
cific Coast league season iu Portland
next Tuesday has been sold, President
McCredie .inao'.im e.l today. About halt
of the six tlio.'stinil reseive.l grand
stand sorts also have been contracted
The "20,000 or bust" organization of
baseball boosters has disposed of 2,000 i
of tne L'.oOO baseball badges made tor
the purpose of boosting the attendance
at the opening of the season here.
Neville Leads In Golf.
Los Angeles, ( al., April 14. With
State t'h .million Lrvin Armstrong elim
inated from the play, Jack Neville, of
San Kiancisco today stepped into the
iiine light in the southern California
amateur golf championship tournament
at the Los Angeles country cluli. The
lengthy northerner met Walter Maton
in the third round of match pi iv and
was generally expected to come through
iu victorious fashion.
Eleven Cars In Race.
Los Angeles, Cal., April 14. Kleven
cars will line for the starter's gun in
the l.")0 mile $0,01)0 motor derby at As
cot Park Sunday iifternoon.
All who finished in the money at tho
fateful Corona race List Saturday will
appear in the Sunday program. Ilughie
Hughes with iiis Omar: 1'iillen, Mercer
and O'Dounell, Ibiozenherg, were pick
ed as favorites.
Watching the Scoreboard
Pacific Coast League Standings.
W. U Pet.
Los Angeles 7 2 .77rt
Oakland '. o .007
Vernon " o .500
San Francisco 4 6 .400
Portland 4 0 .400
Silt Lake 2 ti .2o0
At Oakland Oakland LI, Portland 5.
At Salt Lake Los Angeles ti, Salt
At Los Angeles Vernon 11, San
Xo, the Seals did not Lite the dust
when they met Vernon at Los Angeles.
They ate it.
Qiiinif, liengal heaver, had the Kgyp
tian eye on Iiis "nemies from the start,
and from Alpha to Omega it was just
one long debate.
If this keeps up they'll have to
ch inge the name of Vernon's ball yard
un. I call it. "abattoir park."
They had one of those things at Oak
land too. Alter the blood had been
swept out it developed that the Oaks
had cinlgled the Portland ducks LI to
lint when M -Creilie's men were ap
parently not only tied to the si iko,
but burned to a cinder, they came back
to life and .staged a garrison in the
ninth, whanging- out five bell ringers
just as the sun went down.
Martin, the Oaks 42 centimeter, had
the 'Leavers seeking their bomb proofs
almost from the moment Mayor Divic
opened the Oakland baseball season by
curling his famous Pvtlion curve over
At Salt Lake tlie seraphs sank their
talons into first place perch and de
voured Salt List warriors alive.
Jack Hyatt bad Siiinn, (juiulan, Kid
red and the ot'ier husky Bee ash art
ist saying "peep-peep'' all afternoon.
The ozone was fearfully slashed all
around the rubber.
Tesrem of the (liants won a heaving
duel from Mayer of Philadelphia when
the latter 's support popped in the ninth
and, Luderus made a wild throw.
Cincinnati grabbed another from the
Cubs by leaning hard cn the lozenge
at all times. They harvested LI hits.
Among the American le iguers the
Athletic pitchers had nothing intricate
enough for the Ked Sox sluggers who
bruised the ball nt all times and gam
boled home 8 to 2.
Although Tyrus Cobb came through
with a two-sackcr clout in the ninth
clearing the congested bases, the White
Sox were too far ahead .mil Detroit
lost. S to B.
Baseball Begins In South.
New Orleans, April 14. The south
ern busebnll association began its lOHi
.season this afternoon with games here,
at Mobile, Nashville and Memphis.
Coffey Beats Geyer.
New York. April 14. Kxit Jack
Coyer. The big Denver scrapper was
eliminated as a New York ring .ittrae
tion, fight fans said today, when he was
knocked out by Jim Coffey in Hie fifth
round of their r-ciiedule ten round bout
here last night,
A "Bloody Welcome."
Stanford I'niversity, Cal., April 14.
They're ready to give California's
"blue shirts" a warm welcome when
they invade Stanford 's campus tomor
row with the firm intention of scalping
Hie cardinals twici in track and base
ball. The baseliall game will be staged in
Hie morning, :is a sort of appetite v bet
ter for the cinder clash. With the run
ning path in excellent shape nnd plenty
of .salubrious ozone to give all hands
lots of vinegar it looks as if the field
day would fulfill the wildest dreams of
Catcher Some Scrapper.
Seattle, Wash., April 14. Abe Vine
gold, recruit catcher for the Seattle
Northwestern league ball club, tough
a second draw with Spider Abe last
night. Harney Williams knocked out
Young Kellcy in the second round. The
bouts wre staged by the Young Men's
Style, in two heights
ClUETt PEABODYCr CO. MC.MAKCRS
WTien In SALEM, OREGON, itof at
Strictly Modern ,
Free and Private Batoj
BATES: 75c, 1.00, 11.50 FEB DA'S
The only hotel in the business district
Nearest to all Depots, Theatres and
A Home Away From Home.
T. O. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones. Free Auto Bm.
GET THEM OF
216 N. Commercial St.
Double Header to
A double bender baselull game is
scheduled for th' Willamette university
grounds tomorrow afternoon when the
Willamette varsity meets the O. A. C.
team and the Salem high school team
meets tiie O. A. C. fieshuian team.
This is the first game on the home
grounds since the Willamette sipind met
the I'niversity of Oregon team and they
hive improved considerably and lost
their nervousness which they felt iu tiie
opening games. Itexford was touched
up for but three hits by the university
team and will probably do tiie twirl
ing for the Methodists against the Ag
gies. Adams w ill preside behind Hie I
wind pad. Proctor, the Salem high!
stndbv will occupy tiie box. for the
academics. Krsel Kay will handle the
indicator. The Inst gnme will he the
high school-f resiintan contest which will j
be c tiled nt l:.'!ll p. m. and the main
event will follow immediately upon thei
last out of the preliminary contest. I
: NEW TODAY
WAXTKD Pasture for 10 head of cat
tle. Wm. Fitts, Houtu X, Phone S7t';il
NEW $100 VICTROLA For $75 fumed
oak finish. Address T. care Journal.
KOU SALK S head of registered
Shropshire sheep. (1. tl. Swales, K.
(i, llox 2.1. Apr 15
WANTKH To buy Mohair. Last iSa
lem Tannery, 2")lh and Oak streets.
Piione 2Di()-M. tf
WAXTKD C.irl to work for board and
room, family of two. Can go to
school. Address T. I.., c ire of Cap
ital Journal. t Aprlo
W'ANTKD A man to take the job of
cutting white tir logs into four foot
wood. Must have a drag saw. for
information, call fi!2. tf
terests of his ciiiididacy for the repub
lican nomination for president of I'ni
I'OU SAL1-: In South Salem, lot :i) bv
::), value 2"0, will take 10tl. if
t ikon before April liHIi. Apply to
112 N. Commercial street. Aprl"
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Journal New Today Ads de-
liver the goods.
"THE OLD R CLIABLE"
nEMr. D t FOR MEN
r OHUiieiRta.OH thial ana hv maii un.
r0M PtANTEN 93 MEf.RVST H'rOOXLYN.NY.'
C W n OF IMITATIONS-
WAXTKD Responsible xsition house
keeping, hotel, city or country, or
traveling help by midilleaged lady.
"11" 12.1s S Commercial street.
KOU SALK 4 loom plastered house,
sewer connection, shed. yard, citv
water, porch, reason for selling, going
awnv. 100. Part rnu. 7"-1 South
WAXTKD Room and board in private
finiilv. by young woman, employed
nt state house. Preferably with eld
erly couple. Address Xo. 2:1, care of
Capital Journal. Aprla
PHONE 937 For. Wood sad. ,
HARRY Windowcleaner. Phono 763.
FOR SALE Gasoline pump and tanli.
Phone 700. AprH
WANTED Dry cows and stripper.
Phone 1425-M. Apr2l
FRONT APARTMENTS Ground floor
491 N. Cottage. tt
PLOW1XU WANTKD Lot or acreage.
Phone 2504J2. Apr20
FOR RKNT SIGNS For sale at Lap
ital Journal office. tf
WANTED Teams to haul wood, steady
work, rhone (il)2. tf
WANTED A girl for general house
work. Phone 2501J2. Aprl
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS New and
clean. 170 Court street. .Aprlo
NICE HOUSEKEEPING JiOOMS
Near city ball. Phono 47. tf
HORSE Huggy and harness for sale,
or trade. 13!)!) Mission. AprlS
WANTED Good salesman. Call 441
North High, after 3:30 p. in. AprU
WANTED Wood cutters .to cut white
fir wood, $1.50 per cord, rhone 692.
MODERN 5 room cottage for rent, 1441
Trade St., enquire W. A. Liston. 484
FURNISHED house for rent, 7 rooms,
modern, 642 N. High. Inquire at 600
N. High. May5
CAPITAL BUG WORKS Rogs Jni
carpet weaving. Jil .North High St.
Salem, Or. AprlS
FOR SALE $4,10 iiiano. cheapest buy
- in Oregon if tiken at once. Address
is, care of Journal. Aprl
WANTED To exchange, 5 year old
mare, weight 1,000 pounds, for piano
or cows. Phone 511. " AprltJ
LOST A ladies duster in Englewood,
or on Garden Road. Ella I.ivington,
Route 7, Phone 2.100 W4. Apr 15
FOB SALE OR TRADE Rooming
house well furnished, good location,
reasonable rent. 491 Court street, tf
WANTED Will pay cash rent for 4 or
5 lcres of good potato land. Must
be cheap. Address Journal C-50. MayS
AUTO FOR SALE A Studebaker, welt
equipped, cheap for cash, if sold this
week. See Latlar, Oregon theatre, tf
FOR SALE 6 Ancona hens and a
cockerel, also Rhode Island Red
Rooster. 553 North Shipping street.
FOR SALE 4 year old Jersey cow,
fresh. For particulars phone 18.53, or
address Whitcley, 594 N. Liborty.
FOR SALE Furniture of 5 room cot
tage near State Capitol. House for
rent. Address 5-R, care of JournaL
FIVE ACRES FOIt RUNT Within 3
days. Salem Heights, between Jef
ferson and Liberty roads. A. W.
FOR SALE 1 team of mares, weight
2750, wagon, harness, plow, hack, cul
tivator, separator, 3 heifers. Phone
SALEM STEAM and Vacuum Carpet
Cleaning Works. Feathers and mat
tresses renovated. Otto F. Zwicker.
Phone 1154. AprlS
EXPERIENCED WOMAN Will do
washing, ironing, housecleaning, cook
ing or serving by day or bour.
Phone 2504J2. Aprl3
FOR SALE 3 half truck Studebaker
wagon. Will trade for heavier wagon,
cordwood or etumpage. 27S6 Lee.
Phone 1322-J. tf
WHITE ROCKS An egg striin of ex
hibition quality. 15 eggs by parcel
post for $1.50. Imperial Egg Farm.
Route 3, Salem. bs
FOR RENT Business block room, size
18x80 feet. 4(57 State street. In
quire at 463 State. Phone 100t.
Maurice Klinger tf
FOR SALE Or will trade for what
have you. Small business, well es
tablished, good location. Address M.
R., care Journal. Aprlj
( 'ICE HOSKS Shrubs and all Kinds
of fruit trees, cheap, to clean out
stock. Jones' nursery, rear of the
armory, phone 413. AprU
GOAT AND SHEEP SHEA KING by
op to date power equipment. List
your orders at Salem Fuel Yards.
Phone f-29. Densmore & Fresia. tf
FOB SALK Cheap, 40 acres, timber
land, in Kenton county, 2 miles from.
Philomath, or will take good into in
part piyment. 310, care of Journal.
OREGON LAND And property to ex
change for western Nebraska, west
ern Kansas or eastern Colorado lands.
What have youf Joseph Barber, 404-5
Hubbard Bldg. Phone 2.11-1722. AprU
POH SALE Or trade, liverv and trans
fer business" iu Texas, S lots, hirn,
shed, 2 houses, noises hearse buses,
transfer, ferries and buggies, also
some good farm land. Address Tex
as, care Juurn.il. Aprl.
WE HAVE 10 DAYS To sell 4 acres
of fine timber near fair ground for
$125 per acre, good soil, adjoining
land sold in large tracts for $2,10 to
$.100 per acre, timber will more than
pay for land. See L. Iiechtel today,
347 State street. AprU
FIVE ACRES Extra good soil, clow
in and an equally good five with fam
ily orchard and 4 room box house, 25
per cent below ordinary. Price $1000
and $1300 respectively. Owners go
ing to Washington. Must be sold this
week. See Win. Fleming,, 341 State
Strce- , AprlS
BIGGEST SALK Ever vou ran find:
20 acres, 16 to 17 acres plough lind,
balance good timber and pasture, no
buildings. On county road. Little
work to irrigate 2 to' 3 acres. Good
black garden land. Price $1,"00. is
worth $3500. 1 need the tnonev. 2'
miles from Salem. "20 Acres, " care