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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 6. 1916.
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OUR GREAT DISSOLUTION SALE OPENS
Be On Hand as There Will Be Something Doing?
200 Fine Brooms, as long
they last, Going at ... .
Fie Plates and Lids go at
$1.50 Inlaid Linoleum to
go on sale, per yard
$d.50 Velvet Carpet, beau
tiful floral design, on sale
Regular $12 9x12 Bunga
low Brussel Bug on sale
Regular $18.00 9x12 Vel
vet Rugs on sale at
$1.50 9x12 Matting Rugs
on sale at
85c 24x36 Rag Rugs, dark
and light colors, on sale
$1.50 27-inch by 54-inch
Crex Rugs on sale at
$12,50 Kitchen Cabinet,
art glass top, on sale at
All size Dairy Fans, values
to 15c, on sale at
$36.00 genuine leather seat
Dining Chairs, quartered
eak, dull finish, on sale,
$18.00 Kitchen Cabinet,
aluminum top, mirror door,
on sale at
White Maple Dreser, 16-in.
b 24-in. oval mirror, $12.00
value, on sale at
$30.00 soli mahogany
Napoleon style Bed, on
$12.00 colonial, oak finish
heavy Dining Room Chairs,
on sale (set of 6)
75c Clothes Baskets will
be told at
$17.00 Go-Cart, large tires,
cane sides and dish, large
hood, on sale at
$2.25 rubber tired Go-Cart,
black imitation leather
seat and back, adjustable
back, on sale at
$1.50 full woven cotton
twine Hammock, fancy
colors, on sale at
$6.00 Forch Swing, eak
finish, ready to hang, on
$25.00 "Century" Refrig
erator, three doors, white
enamel Inside, front icer,
on sale at
$12.00 Refrigerator, top
icer, 40 lb. capacity, on
Regular 10c "Dover" Egg
Beaters to go on sale at
No. 2 New "Perfection"
Two-burner oil fitoves, on
high legs, $9.00 value, on
Regular 35c Wire Waste
Baskets on sale at
Genuine Quartered Oak
Hall Tree, regular price
$11.00, on sale at
WE WISH TO IMPRESS UPON THE MINDS OF EVERY READER THAT THIS
WILL BE ONE OF THE GREATEST AND MOST ASTOUND ING FURNITURE
SALES EVER KNOWN IN OREGON. IT IS POSITIVELY THE GREATEST BAR
GAIN OFFER EVER ATTEMPTED BY THIS OR ANY OTHER STORE AND WILL
RESULT IN THE BIGGEST CROWDS EVER KNOWN AT A RETAIL SALE DUR
ING OUR BUSINESS XPERIENC IN SALEM. EVERY NOOK AND CORNER
IS FILLED WITH BARGAINS OF ALMOST EVERY DESCRIPTION AND THE
KIND OF MERCHANDISE YOU NEED AND AT PRICES YOU CANNOT RESIST
BUYING TO REPLACE THE OLD FURNITURB, ETC, WITH NEW. YOUR EYES
WILL BE OPENED, FOR IT IS A MAGNIFICENT ARRAY OF BRILLIANT AND
BONA FIDE BARGAINS THAT WILL BE TEMPTING TO ALL BUYERS.
A Few of the Marvelous Bargains
You can buy regular 90c Regular $1.50, small sizey $38.50 Six-hole Detroit
Bow Back Kitchen Chairs A E wm nijn gteel
while tae last at . ,.
wanning oven, sanitary
UQg 48c leg tase n saie at
One lot of white, ecru and The genuine $2.50 and $3
SldLtrS Yu" Y- B- nlaaeTd
values to $5.00, on sale, n wle at smaU ftnd gtew KettleSi
per pr ffl QQ values to 30c, on sale
99c u 5c
Boys' Rubber Tired Velo-
vaTes'to' loX cipedes, values to $3.25, on Regular 35c 12-ouart Dish
sale, per pair 8a e at Pans to go on sale at
39c 95c 12c
100 Good Wash Boards, Worth 11 f
to 50c, Going at 1 j
Regular $15.00 Royal Mor- 26-in. Genuine Leather Suit
ris Chair, golden oak, dull Cases, $6.00 values, on
finish, corduroy cushion, saie at
on sale at -
$6.50 Genuine Oak Ann L"0 "-In- nber Mattil8
Rockets, dull finish, gen- fut C"- "chor handles,
uine leather seat, on sale 1)rilss ,cchs' metal hound
p i or edges, on sale
Regular $22.50 Solid Oak
Roll Top Offiee Desks, on $3.73 White Iron Beds
sale at fuj, on sale at '
Regular $10 00 Oak Parlor
Settee, 4 feet wide, up- 8011,1 0ak Chiffonier, with
bolstered seat, on sale Trench double plate mirror,
rrnr W-00 value, on sale at
pJ.0J mt ng
With every $1.00 can of - yP'JJ
Gold Star Polish you can Egular moo golld
buy a Floor Wardrobe t0 g0 on
6-ft. Square Extension Din- S12.00 Princess Dressers,
ing Table, solid oak, dull 18-in. by 30-ln. mirror, diUl
finish, $12.00 value, on wax finish, on sale at
$7.50 6-ft. Hound Dining ffcTTf'11 "
Table, golden oak finish, 1 lCvin' by 241u- oval
on tale at Trench bevel mirror, on
n rjp sale at
$12.00 Sideboard; golden
oak finish, beveled French $6-50 Cottage Dresser, 12-
plate mirror, 3 drawers, 2 in. by 20-in. nurror, on
lockers, on sale sale at
$4.75 .. $4.75.
15c Cake Turners go at
515.00 China closet, 6iass
door, oval glass sides, uar-
golden oak, on sale
00 Brass Finish Iron
Beds will b, sold at
$2.00 Center Tables, 24
iiich top, golden oak finish,
on sale at
$1.50 finest grade Tapestry
Brussels Carpet and border,
on sale per yard
Genuine All Wool 36-inch
Ingrain Carpet, $1.00 value,
on sale per yard
All 25c China Floor Mat
tings to go on sale, yard
$22.50 9 by 12 Axminister
. Rugs on sale at
Oregon Hen Must Look To
Democrats for Protection
Dana Allen's Chinese egg law was de
clared invalid by the supreme court to
day and the Oregon hen must depend
upon President Wilson and the other
democrats of the nation for protection
through "the tariff." The Chineno ogg
law was hatched by Representative
Dana H. Allen, of Marion county, in
the 1915 legislature and through his
efforts a law was passed making it
necessary to label all eggs imported
from a foreign country as "imported
eggs." One J. C. Jneobson, o'f Port
land, refused to label his imported eggs
ami offered a coke for sale thnt con
tained pome of the Mongolian egg pro
duct. Jacobaon was arrested and tried
in the Multnomah county circuit court
before Judge C. U. (iateubein where he
I was iounu guiuy ana appealed to tne
In reversing the opinion of the lower
ceurt and holding the law invalid Jus
tice Bean admitted thnt the "freshness
tho eggs might be dimmed" in tran
sit i'rom the other Hide of the world but
t' at there was nothing to indicate that
the contents of the egg niigh be adulter
ated so as to conflict with the. pure
food laws, or to impair the wholesome
nesa of the egg. Kind providence has
i provided that where the egg is entirely
junwholesome the fact is self evident.
lhe supreme court also finds some
fault with the fact that the law does
not provide for the distance the product
proceedings, opinion by Chief Justice
Moore, Circuit Judge Coke's judgment
for plaintiff reversed.
R. Danby et nl appellant, vs. Htnr
light Irrigation District, appealed from
Grant county, suit to enjoin payment
of warrnnts isiied by district, opinion
by Chief Justice Moore, judgment of
Circuit Judge Biggs, for defendant, re
versed. Joseph R. Me Daniels, vs. (4. H. Har
rington, nppellnut, appealed from In
ion county, suit for services rendered,
Opinion by Justice McBride, judgment
of Circuit Judge Knowles for plain
Elver L. Rice vs. Dr. F. E. Hume, np
pellnut, appealed from Multnomah coun
ty, involving a garnishment, opinion
by Justice Harris, Circuit Judge Mor
row 's judgment for plaintiff reversed.
James H. Childers vs. Ben J. Brown,
nppellnut, appenled from Malheur coun
ty, action for replevin, opinion by Jus
tice Harris, Circuit Judge Biggs' judg
ment for plaintiff affirmed.
I.yda I. Schultz, appellant, vs. Mrs.
Mayo Will Command
Atlantic Fleet June 19
The Hew Flan Com Cure That's as
Sure as the Rising Sun
"Glad to meat you!" says the razor
to the corn. I'll bleed for you!" says
the corn to the razor. Razors and
corns love each other. Corns love to
YVy, O Wliy, Did I Do Itt 'G-H
for .Me After Tfcl If 1 Live!"
be cut, picked, gouged, salved, plas
tered and jerked out, they grow
faster. Mr. and Mrs. Went-and-Cut-It
realize it now, they use "Gets-It"
instead it's the wonderful, simple
eorn-cure that never fails. Stops pain.
Yon apply it in 2 seconds, it dries at
once, the corn is doomed. Nothing to
stick to the stocking or press on the
corn. It means good night to plasters,
halves, diggers, razors and toe-bundling.
You can wear smaller shoes. Your
corns will come right off, "clean a a
whistle." Never inflames healthy
flesh. The world's biggest selling
"OeXs It" is sold by druggists every
where, 2"c a bottle, or sent direct by
E. Lawrence t Co., Chicago, 111.
is to be shipped or the time of transit Arika Selbcrg, appealed from Multno
and it is construed that this law wouldln,nn county, action or ojectmenr, opin
be a bar to eggs shipped from Canada '" b' Justice Burnett, Circuit Judge
when eggs shipped from eastern points Knyannugh's judgment for defendant
would be much longer in transit. Justice affirmed.
Benn stated that ho was in entire syra- J. I. Hanson vs. A. B. Robbins, ap
pathy with the Oregon chicken and that : pellant, appealed 'from Jackson county,
the intention of the legislature in at-1 a foreclosure proceeding, opinion by
tempting to protect the industries of the Justice Burnett, Circuit Judge Calkins'
state are highly commendable and that judgment for plaintiff reversed,
there is a crying need for such legis- Samuel L. Bond, et nl, appellants, vs.
lation. However, he contended that the JtunM Eilison appealed from Lone
peril of the Chinese yellow egg was not coun countVi mlit to cnn,,cl a mortK!c
alleviated according to the constitution opinion by" Justice Bean, former Circuit
of the state and consequently the Ore-Jud e Harris' judgment for defendant
gon hen must seek a champ.on in tne j affirmed,
national congress sinco ilie regulation
of foreign commerce was a national! "i10,11 to. 'V-T "W!?,! "? ytCT'
problem. g ' Ba,e" & Lively vs. Illinois -Surety
b 11 lirtu a . a u company, was denied. Petitions for re-
Boweu Will Bet Aside. hearing were denied in Dennis vs. Wil-
100 many isms" ana crecus mui- lamina and Minter vs. Minter,
cate au unbulanced mental condition
according to Justice McBride who to
day affirmed the decision of former
Circuit Judge L. T. Harris in setting
aside the will of Lucy Ellen Rowell,
deceased, in Lincoln county. It apepars
that Lucy Rowell left a will in which
she bequeathed all of her estate to the
Western Oregon Conference association
of Seventh. Day Adventists and Frank
Kowell, her husband, contested tho will
when it was offered for probate in the
probate court. The county court held
with the contestant thnt the woman
was of unsound mind and refused to
William Psetak Arrested
On Charge of Striking
William Fsetak was Brrestei about 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon on a charge
of striking his IS year old daughter,
Emma I'setak, in an altercation which
took place near Twelfth street. The
young woman raited down the strpet in
admit the will to probate. The circuit - - ; - ,
court affirmed the ruling of the pro- fMher itrui.k her and attempted to kick
bate court aud tho beventh Day Ad-lj I
ventists appealed. w. p . ,. , .
by Police Matron Minnld and related ier
story which caused the arrest of her
father who deposited $20 bail and was
Evidence introduced in the ease
showed that the woman was subject to
hallucinations and that she was a fre
quent user of drugs. She had a religious rPoa!(pd. fr. Psetnk ros-ides ahout
mania also and was & follower of a
large number of different creeds and
The other opinions handed down fol
low: Central Oregon Irrigation company
vs. Public Service eommision o'f Oregon
and the Central Irritation Company
I'sers' association, original proceeding
fur writ of prohibition, pctitinn dis
mied, in opinion of Justice Burnett.
State ex rcl Bcitlia O. Ktilwell vs.
.Tutin R. Stilwell. appellant, appealed
five miles eaet of Salem but his daugh
ter has been working in this city for
some time and has recently been em
ployed lit tli Home restaurant.
hkm Will Have
A bakery will probably be establish
ed in Salem this summer. The company
expe.-ts to invest about J 10,000 in the
from Coos county, involving contempt plant, this amount covering the five
f- V W' i'i
QDMIR.RL HHkY T.AYQ
Follow ing the established policy of j
tne navy, wnicn aims at giving officers
of high rank opportunity to exercise im
portant commands, Henry T. Mayo, now
second in command of the Atlantic
fleet, with the rank of vice admiral,
will succeed Admiral Fletcher nB head
of the fleet a Jwie 19. Rear Admirnl
Coffrmin will become vice admiral and
second iu command in succession to
Mayo, who will have tho rank of admir
al while ho is the first officer of the
biggest American fleet. Another duty
will be assigned to Admiral Fletcher,
who reverts to the rank of rear admi
ral . Mayo was the enuse of the Vera
Cruz binding iu 1914 w hen he demanded 1
a salute to the colors for an affront to
some of his men at Tnmpieo. He is a
Vermont man, fifty-nine years old.
automobiles for deliveries, two bake
ovens and other office and plant equip
ment. While in Portland a few days ago, F.
A. I.egg was in conference with the
company and should their plans mater
ialize, Mr. I.cgg will build a two-story
building for them on the lot he recent
ly puri ha.-M'd on the nortlitn.st corner of
Trade and High streets. According to
the present phins of the company work
on the building to be erected for them
will begin it)iin a month and the bak
ery in-tailed ready fur business
Try Capital Journal Want Ads.
fCupitul Journal Special Service.)
Wncondn, Ore., June li. -Mrs. P.
Hubert and son, Walter, left for Kan
sas Saturday where they will visit
friends and relatives for tlio summer.
A surprise party was given on Miss
Beatrice Thurmun in honor of her birth
Jay on the evening of May .'10. A jolly
timo was enjoyed by those who were
present. Games wero played during the
evening, after which refreshments were
Those participating were: The Misses
Violette Felton, I.everne Palmer,
Gladys Humphrey, Teresa 1'inney, Em
ilia Finney, Eileen Savage. Beatrice
Thursmnn and the Messrs. Walter Nu
som, Frank Felton, Richard Campbell,
Henry Stafford. Francis .usom, Will
Hobinette and Ray Patterson.
Mr. Carlton Savage, who has had an
attack of the measles, is now- much im
proved. He was unable to be with his
class lit the graduating exercises of the
Salem high school but, however, he was
given his diploma, as he had complet
ed the amount of work required.
Maud I.ambe left Saturday for, Me
Minnville where she will spend the sum
mer. Mr. W. H. Addis has recently finish
ed grafting 00 acres of peaches to
prunes. He anticipates considerable
more profit, from the prunes and bet
A bnseblill gome was played with
North Howell Sunday nnd was lost by
the home team.,. A large crowd from
Selah Springs came to witness the game
as well as many from this vicinity.
Xcxt Sunday Brooks will come to Wa
conda and a very exciting game is ex
The Wnconda school closed Tridny.
Juno 2. A picnic dinner was enjoved
by the children and parents of the dis
trict. Miss Gladys Humphrey has been a
very successful teacher and has ac
cepted the position for next year.
Miss Wilma Binkley left Sunday for
Silvertnn, where she is going to spend
tho summer months.
A fnrrwell party was given On Miss
Olndys Humphrey Thursday evening.
Games furnished the evening's diver
sion and later lunch was served. Alss
Hi mphrey left for Portlund Saturday
where she will spend the summer .t the
home o'f her parents.
(Capital Journal Special Service')
Silverton, Or., June 6. The Win.
Moores family were visiting at the E.
T. Moores home in iMilem Thursday Mid
utt'-r.ded the commencement exem-ises
It the blind school in the evening.
The Keeton brothers of this place
enhyed n visit from their sister, Mrs:.
Kffie Smith of Salem lnt Sund.iy.
Missrs Lewis and Kied Johnson wifh
l)r. A. E. ((nightman were business
culleis nt the Rose City a couple of
days first of the week.
The E. K. Taylor family, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Bray and Floyd I). Browne
motored over to Woodbuin Tuesday.
The Misses Vi'iieta and Muiirine
Moons entertained their cousins, Olive
and .(intuitu .Moores of Snlcm Thins-
T. K. Preston who has been seriuusly
:ill with appendicitis, is convalescing
again after a back .set, caused by sit
ting up too long.
it has been given as good authoiitv
that the Portland Railway Light and
I'ower t'o. will extend their road on
from Mt Angel to Silverton' this sum
mer and connect with the Silver I'm lis
Lumber Co. road, and plans are also
being made to then electrify the log
ging road out, to camp Speculation is
rife nrnonir the furmcin ul,w.i f
are to b crossed by the new road, as
ro me .imount ot iienelif. or damage
this will mean, ns the survey so often
crosses the most valuable iand.
N. . llubbs, one of the enterprising
dairymen over on thi Sn nl inn, u-m, in
Silverton on business a hort time Sat
Ir. K. E. Chase. c)ibr nu.nt ;,ii...tH
of Portland, s-nt the week end with
Mm. Chase and the children in North
M. (i. (iunderson of the ' oolidgo and
Me.claine bank w.is called to Porter,
Minn., the first of the uccl on n..
of the serious condition of his fath
er, w no lias been operated on tor ap-
The J. W. Hyetf family with Mrs.
M. E. IMirive and son Elbert motored
to Kuirenn lust. Siindnv to isit t Mm
home of Dr. and Mrs. I.. L. Baker, re-
iiirniu' nome ttertnesilnv.
K. Punriie passed nwny at his home
one East. Hill Saturday morning. Mr.
Fuuriie has been in poor aenlth for
Mesdames Sorensen, H. Iahl and Ole
l.oe entertained the Young Peoples'
society of the I'nited Lutheran church
on Sunday; a dinner was served nr.
noon and nice program enjoyed in lln
Mr. and Mrs. Will shields were over
at Howell Prairie for the week end,
guests at the M ill kelson oml Kenned
.Limes While is spending a couple of
weeks with friends at osnioinili-.
The Henry Pnlniateer family nioloi
ed down to Portland Saturday.
Mrs. Ira Stewart will entertain the
Loyal iierenns class of the' Christian
church, on Tuesday June 0.
Eczema, Rashes, Redness
should not be permitted to
annoy. They may be driven
FOR AILING SKIN
' (At All DriiEcistd.
Dv1am C. medicated with Pus-
roslam ooap ,,, :, w to
health of Skin and Hair. Superior for
daily use: Toiler, Bath, shampooing.
Coin the waste stuff villi a New To
at All Grocery Stores
ASK FOR IT-LARGE LOAVES 5 CENTS
NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE LABEL