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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT'RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1916.
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te Sale r?rv
Special Prices on all White Goods
June White Sale Prices on all Muslin Wear and Corsets.
June White Sale Prices on all Table LinensDomestics etc.
June White Sale Prices on Laces and Embroideries.
June White Sale Prices on all White Hosiery and White Shoes.
June White Sale Prices on Men s and Boys' White Wearables.
June .White Sale Prices on all White China Dishes, Etc.
Clearance Prices on all Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists and Skirts
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dising in Salem
QUALITY AND SERVICE
The blouse of
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Committees Rest Last Night
and Settled Preliminary
The chairmen of the various commit
tee appointed by Benjamin Brick to ar
range for the nnnuul Cherry fair met
at the Commercial club last evening and
discussed plans and submitted budgets.
Mr. Compton, ehnirmnn of the commit
tee on street sports thought he could
get along with $50 while Air. flahlsdorf
of the parade committee placed his low
est figure at $51). Mr. Reynolds of the
cherry display committee thought $115
was his lowest and Mrs. Dnncy for the
'baby parade, considering the import
ance ot this parade, thought she should
have at least s)K0, and ulso remarked
that the mothers thought real money
as prizes were more to be prized than
Hie Saiem floral association figured I
Theodore Hagman Is
. Found Dead in His Room
Theodore Hagm.m of -vstorm was
found deirrt in his room at the Olen
hotel on Commercial street lat night
about 10 o'clock. His death was due
to a hemmorhage of the lungs. He
came to Salem sever,ul days ago and ap
plied Jot admission to the Oregon St ite
Tuberculosis hospital and as this in
stitution is now crowded his appli
cation was denied. T-ater he asked for
permission to live in a tent on the
grounds in order to receive treatment.
A letter was found in his pocket giv
ing his name anil the fact that he was
l member of the Moose lodge at Aston
ia. A communication was sent to the
Moose secretary, William I . A. Pole,
and instruction's were received asking
that the body be sent by Webb and
Clough to Astoria for burial.
A Korean restaurant will be estab
lished in Salem, at 110 1-2 north Com
mercial street, up sairs. Harry Lee is
Loju now tie for league leadership
Cole pitched superbly anil had great
support. Baby Heavers are coming
strong but Salem his a hard bunch to
beat. League grounds, Sanday 3 p. m.
Assistant Moderate Pricei
Latest Method Are
Found Only At
Phone 724. Salem, Ore,
AH Around Town i
J COMING EVENTS J
Juie 2. High schoql commence
ment exercises at Armory,
Juie 2. Kimball college, com
mencement, 2:30 p. m.
Juae 3. Public, speaking de
partaiont Willamette univer
sity, First M. K church, 8
Julie 7. Annual election offi
cers Commercial club. -
Jam 7. Willamette University
June 9. Graduation exercises
Htote School tor the Deaf.
June M. Flag day.
June 10. Sacred Heart Acad
emy commencement exercises.
Juno 13. School board election.
Juae 24. Moose day in Sulom.
July 3 All-Oregon Orange ral
July 3-4. Annual C'herrv Fair.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glasse
es correctly. U. 8. Bank. Bld.
Shipments of the Spaulding Logging
company have been delayed lor the
past three or' four days by the short
age of cars'.
Dr. Btoue'i drug store.
The average Maximum temperature
for the month of ..ay was ti-.i and the
average minimum temperature was 43
degrees above zero. The river is fall
ing .oid today is 3.5 feet above low
Dr. Btma makes no charge for con
sultation, examination or prescrip
One singing canary bird is offered
.it auction tomorrow morning by F. N.
Woodry on North Commercial strfet.
The bird hapens to be pint of a house
hold outfit that is to be included in
the auction and is listed as housobohl
Dr. Stone's Drug Store for trusses.
Is making a hit with the people. Everything in the
store reduced. First class Furniture go on sale at
unheard of prices. If you are in need of Furniture
it would be well for you to pay our store a visit.
GET OUK PHICES-SEE OUR LINE
Boiling Beef 7 and 8c per lb. Capital
-Meat .Market, m S. Com.
A five room bungalow at 120 Myers
street has been purchased by L. Mick
clson, at a valuation of $1750. As part
payment, lie deeded -in cignt aero tract
three miles south of the city, to Fail
.Seamster. Air. Mickelson bought the
property as an investment. '
T Bone, Loin and Bound .eaks 12
per lb. Capital Meat .Market.
The Wisconsin society will hold its
annual picnic at the state fair grounds
Thursday, July 20. This date was de
cided on at the meeting held yester
day afternoon nt the office of Judge
Webster. Committees were appointed
to arrange for U program. The Wiscon
sin society now1 numbers about l!50.
Saturday sale 10 percent discount on
groceries. Seanister Bros., 121 S. Com.
Dr. Hill, a physician of the Coeur
d Aleno Indian reservation came to
Salem by automobile just to be pres
ent a.t the graduating exercises at the
armory tonight, as his daughter, Miss
Dorothea Hill li.ippens to be ono of
the graduates. They wlll.tnrt home,
by the automobile route, next Satur
day. Saturday sale xO percent discount on
groceries. Seamster Bros., 121 S. Com.
The following good citizens of Sa
lem were initiated into the Klk lodge
Inet night and will be entitled to wear
the Klk pin, give the Fill grip and
take part in the annual homecoming
banquet: Charles (I. McKlrny, Miller
Hevier, Lelaud (1. Hendricks, W. ).
Fisher, M. A. Kstes, J. K. Currie and
0. L. O'Brien.
Choice Beef Roasts Wc per lb. Capi
tal Meat - nrket, 121 S. t om.
The Portland, Corvallis and McMiim
ville Moose, and in fact Moose from
the) whole Willamette valley will be
found morning in the streets of Salem
Saturday, June 24, ns this is the day
tho Salem Moose will net as host for
their brother Moose and give them a
sample otVSalein hospitality. The offi
cers of the local lodge have the promise
of two car loads of Portland Moose and
also n promise from Corvallis to be on
hand to make Snlciu Moose day a great
The following dentists will close
their offices at 12 o'clock noon on
Saturdays during the months of Juue,
July, August and September.
Fpley and Cilinger,
W. 0. Assoln,
larbv ami burton,
(). A". Olson,
Smith and Fields,
J. C. Griffith,
F. L. Vtter. iniutfl
All parties invited to a smoker at
Union Hall, 8 p. m. tonight. Come and
We can ftVA von mnnov nn irsrilan
hose, Nelson Bros. & Patton, plumbers,
ou vueuieueia qi. rnone iaot). tf
Benjamin Bricfc, as director of the
tourist, publicity ami convention de
partment of tho Commercial club for
the coming year, has appointed on his
his committee T. G. liligh, the Rev.
James F.lvin, Mayor Hurley 0. White
i nn me Hev. K. F. Tischer. The rati
fication of Mr. Brick ns director of
this department and his committee
will take place at the annual meeting
l une. 7 when all niheers arc elected
and the selection of the seven direct
Buy your chicken for Sunday dinner
nt 17 cents a pound from M. Micken-
ham, Farmers Feed Shed, lot! South
W. W. Steiwer has purchased the
Maple Grove dairy also tho Kaiser
View cUiry and will run both underthe
name of Maple Grove dairy with their
office at 1213 S. Com'l. tf
Rev. J. C. Spencer of Leslie M. '
church left for liosetnirg, Or., this morn
nig to attend the annual convention ol
the Klamath District Kpworth Le.igue.
lie has made leagvs Work a specialty
and his practical suggestions a:e brinj'
ii demands on him us a lecture-. Hi'
will speak this evening on "The Kp
worth League Institute," and will re
turn to Salem tomorrow'. The Salem
Lpworth League institute which will
be held July 17-23 will have the priv
ilege of hearing him.
The hemstitching and button making
shop of D. Adsett has been removed
from 352 Ji. 12th St. to 2.'10 Hubbard
Baseball Sunday, League grounds, 3
I', m., llaby iveavcrs vs. Loju. Beavers
beat the famous Kotula memorial day
5 to 2 and have won the last three
BIDS WANTED v
I will receive sealed bids for a stock
of merchandise, principally groceries,
of tho invoice value of $HkI2.2(' with
fixtures of $387.35. located nt 173 o.
Commercial street, Salem. Oregon, up
to 12 o'clock noon of Monday, June
5th, IStlti. Terms cash, and a ten per
cent cash deposit, must accompany euh
offer. Right reserved to reject any and
all bids. Inventory may bo seen nt
my office and property may be inspect
ed at Salem. K. L. Sabln, 740 Morgan
Dated May 1, 1010. june2
We pay the following prices: Hens
14c. broilers 23c or better; ducks 13
l-2c. M. Mickenhain, Farmers Feed
that 100 would he low enouirh to snend
in prizes and decorating the armory. The 0. A. C. alumni will hold its an
Rev. James FJvin of the queen contest ! mini re union tomorrow nt Corvallis.
had a most encouraging report, in i Percy Cupper of this city is president
which ho stated that there was likely of the association. Quite a number
to be a genuine rnce Tor the honor of from the city are making arrangements
naming the queen, and that already to attend.
there was considerable money in the o
treasury. The Republican county central com-
The plans for the fair include tlieimittee will meet it. 1:30 o'clock to
crowning of the queen Monday morn-morrow afteyioon nt the eourt house
ing to be followed by the baby parade! for tho selection of officers. Tne call
and the viewing of the floral and cher- is for the new committee elected at the
ry exhibits at the armory. The after- 'primary May 10.
noon of Monday will be given to thel o
parade from representatives of all the A carload of oak lumber for floor
granges in the county, and the mer-j finishing was received yesterday by
chants' and manufacturers' parade, the Spnubliiig Logging company from
Street sports will follow. The women i Little Hock, Arkansas, i Oak lumber
of North Salem will put on a pageant I crimes" pretty high as e c iv shipment 'S
at. Willson rark. The da v. will close I valued at. $1500. with an additional
with the liall at the armory.
Dans for Tuesday morning include
the automobile parade, military and
civic parade and nil fraternal organ
izations. This will be followed by
patriotic speaking from the reviewing
stand. The afternoon of July Fourth
and the evening will be gire'n to Hi"
celebration nt i no 'fair grounds.
To .still increase efficiency and to
, make my service still more nvailabln to
all classes, have decided to reduce
my fee to meet all cases. Beginning
June 1 Cards for adjustments will be
sold for $5.00. Ordinary cases can be
correctly diagnosed by modern ap
proved methods; more difficult cases
, can obtain a X-Ray examination and
splnogrnph for a nominal fee. Every
case will receive my personal attention.
Such examination made by an expert
Specimens 0f our high class Flojoro
scopsic work open for inspection,
P. & 0. Chiropractor,
Hubbard Bldg., fhone 572
Our perishable Fruits and Vegetables are always nice is owinjr, to our
display window, which is of special construction, having two thick
nesses of plate glais with air space, keeping out the dust and nir.
Pure distilled water ico used to Keep an even temperature. '
Tut in your order early for tomorrow of the following:
371 State Street
Originator of Low Prices
.Choice milk fed Veal
the finest that can be
Strawberries, 2 boxes 15o
Fancy Roseburg Head Lettuce,
3 for 25c
Florida Celery, tiU 15c
Hot House Cucumbers, each 15o
(ireen Peppers, each 5c
Fancy Wincsnp Apples, doz. 30c
Florida Grape Fruit, 2 for.... 25c
California Grape Fruit, each 5c
Oranges, dozen ........ 30c and 40c
Fancy Large Bananas, do. 25c
Lemons, d'cu 25c
Salem's Best Market Place
426 State Street Two Thones, 830-810
VEAL TO BOIL
-H)0 freight charges.
Willie Ritchie, former light weight
champion and welterweight, Ralph
Oruman, are billed to put on n good
fight nt the Tee Hippodrome next Tues
day evenin. Tickets are of grand opera
value, .is the announcements State they
arc valued at from L00 to 3.00, ac
cording to loc.ition.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our neighbors and
friends for their kind help and sympa
thy in the last sickness and death of
our husband and father, and for the
...s. C. ,T. Snrith aud
Walter K. Smith.
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I The children's story hour Satiuday
morning will be discontinued until o-
vember, but this does not prevent mem
from coming to the library Saturday
mornings, according to the school li
brarian, Miss Flora. M. Case, who will
be found at the libra rv on S.iturdny to
help the children in picking out their
I summer reading.'
County Clerir. Max Gehlhar, Ernest
Blue, Walter lierth, .Tunics Cr. lletzel
jand W. F. Kritzke leit. this city this
morning at 4 a. m. and returned at 7
jo 'clock with 30. fine b.iss which they
captured near i.ineoin. me
particularkv hungry this morning and
most of them were caught in about 30
minutes. Some of the samples exhibit
ed in town this morning weighed four
Royal Neighbors and Modern ..ood-i
men attention. AH members .ire re
quested to report at our hall at 1 p,
in. Sunday, June 4, to take part iu
memorial exercises appropriate or the
ilny. This will be our annual memorial i
day. Do your duty and come and
bring n. few t'kmers if possible. The,
Ciierrybnd baud will furnish music. Im
portant. He there and bring your
friends. By order of committee. j3 1
A fann valued at 318,000 hasvjustl
been sold to K. Hartley and Craig j
Hi-others, on Howell Prairie, cuiiM-t ing
of 27" acres. The grantor w.is John I
Stanrii, and the tranM'er "lis handled,
by W. II. (irnlienhort & Co. The newj
owners intend to spend several thous-
and dollars in improving the property..
100 of which is now. in cultivation.;
jFnrtv acres of the farm is be.ner dam !
jliindi Mr. Stamen will make his home j
I at Mt. Angel.
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; George C- L. Snyder announces that j
!the shipment of rifles for the Salem!
Kit'le club has been delayed on in- j
count of the- great demand for rifles i
throughout the country. Tt seems that
' Salem is not the only city th.it is
feeling the patriotic impulse. In fact.
I the movement is active in every state
in the union and just nt present the
iurvenals are a few weeks behind. But i
!thev are coining, is the assurance 'of j
I Mr.' Suvder.
Cars of any kind for any place
at vy time.
Office, Bligh Hotel
MILL CITC AUTO STAGE
Salem, Stayton, Mill City and all way
PointB. Leaves Mill City C:15 a. m.;
Stayton 7:45, Salem, 9:15.
Return, leaves Salem 4:30 p. m.;
dtayton 5:45; Mill City 7:20.
When in SALEM, OEEGON, itct at
Tree and Private Baths
BATES: 75c, 11.00, 11.50 FEB DA7
Tho only hotel in the business district.
Nearest to all Depots, Theatres and
A Home Away From Home.
T. G. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones. Free Anto Bm.
Now is the Time You Are
Buying Your June
Compare these Prices with what
you have been paying, then bring
your order to our store or
Lettuce,, Green Onions, in
Radishes, 3 bunches lUC
CTlamery Butter, pound ... 30c
lemons, ptr dozen ,
LEGS OF VEAL, WHOLE
Word was received today from Lien
tynant Leo Walton of the regular army
about 3.-i! miles down in .Mexico, th.it
for the first time siueo nrriv ing in that
scorching country, they have had real
ice water. As the Mexican government
refused permission to use the railroad,
all shipments must to to the troops by1
automobile, and for this reason ice has .
been unheard of during the six weeks
the troops h.ive been suffering in that
Thursday, June 15 has been officially
et aside for the annual home coming
of the Salem Klks. At the session of
the lodge l.mt evening plans were made
and committees npmtcd to begin at,
om e and send uotue to all Salem Klks
in Oregon aud elsewhere and tell them
that the bigget show on earth is about
to be pulled oYt'for all brothers in
good standing, and that a committee,
consisting ot K. Cooke Patton, T. IS, j
Bligh, .issisted by S. T. F.udicott, liar-1
ry Wcnderoth, A. I Wallace and Fred !
S. By nou positively guarantee l'lO
laughs in li'O minutes. A iaii'iiet that ,
really is a banquet will be served at!
the armory to be followed by moving
picture cartoons of prominent Klk por-;
fraying them in tlieir every day move-1
meats. Ami beide these attr ictions, '
Mr. liligh will s our the northvve-t in
securing the kind of an entertainment j
that an Flk can appreciate. It i- in-'
tended to be u gteat home coming.
Two Dozen Eggs for 45c
Tillamook Cheese, pound.... 20c
White or yeuow Com Meal, OA
regular 35c, our price JVC
10i Bottle Cider
Extra Special Saturday f
Best Valley Flour, pcr
2 Boxes Strawberries
2 Cans of Milk
Walnuts, now pound .
4 Pounds of Curve Cut
Special for Saturday
2 Loaves of Bread
Peanut Butter, special for
50c Can Cleveland Baking 1A
Powder, spl. for .Sat., lb 4vC
10c pkg. stda now
We sell for less because we buy
and sell for cash, and pay no
Damon & Son
We Deliver any place in Salem.
S."5 N. Com'l at. Phone C8