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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT KXAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUXE 13. 1916.
SCHOOL ELECTION PLANS FOR PilLITIA
The Most Modern
;Po!!s Open 2 to 6 P. M. Tax-
I payers' Meeting To Be
Held Monday Evening
; I'Burera Sl Haiiiltbe5sjl
Company M Proposes to Car
ry Past Record for Excel-
1 Tl in
We have now in operation one of the very best cold
storage plants in Oregon. We spent our money free
ly to make it in every way in keeping with our
We Are Now Ready
To furnish you with Ice Cold Cantaloupes, Ice Cold
Watermelons, Strawberries, Apricots, Tomatoes,
Grape Fruit, Fresh Crisp Vegetables, Telephone
Peas, Gem Peas, Cucumbers, String Beans, Celery,
Turnips, Beets, etc., etc., etc. ,
Pacific Coast Biscuit
Thi is an Oregon institution that deserves all of
your patronage. They make the best crackers that
have ever been offered for sale in Oregon. MRS.
ROSE JAMES, Oregon representative, has an ex
hibit of SNOW FLAKE CRACKERS and the full
line of biscuits. It will be a great pleasure for Mrs.
James to meet you and show you" the wonderful line.
Roth Grocery Co.
All cnii. names to come bet'oro the! JfifiCe I Rlfflllffn La!Tl!l
electors of school district No. 24 fori
: election as members of the boaifl of'
i educat ion at the annual election June!
j lit, must file wiih the clerk of the! Tl"' selection the site tor the an
school hoard, Wi'liam Iiurghardt, Jr., Itmul encampment of tiie Oregon Na
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i"1"" ''".'. ."uiii . itionui diiarii nns not we; oeen
! lins was the decision of the board
of directors at their
evening A director
to succeeil R .1. Miles who is not a "are mobilized and ready to move but
candidate for re-election. n preliminary arrangements linvei
! .-even teacners ami janitors lor air !,,. iiU,, for the largest cam everU
the school buildings were elected lust j in the state. Beginning Wedues-j'
evening as follows: ,av .Tulv ii until Friday Julv 11 the 1 1
liex Putnam, Springfield, matln-, ni i'li t i u 1 1 icti will live in iui tents nndli
.....,.,w..l .....I If ;u i, .f l.l.. tl.... :f
,. , . ; ' T'l null IV I.t ""I Hill" llllll II.
meeting last '
to he ulected ' wl" '"' given out until the state troops
i maties, science and football, senior
;high school, ifiuO.
i Wellington Kletc'uer, Kockiord,
'physical education, $110.
Emily Griffin, Salem, physical
I Oscar I,. Edwards, Monmouth, sei
'ence, Lincoln junior high school ipso.
Emma Frances Moore, Hood liiver,
i second trade, Washington school, $H3.
Elva B. Austin, Monmouth, sixth
grade, Garfield, school, $H").
Ilenriotfa Hoyser, Drain, sixth grade
Highland school, $0"'.
M't.A 4oultn,-u ..t,.iut nn.l the linil.l-
' " v - recruit
ings in, which they will lie employed j t i 1 izn t
are the following:
F.nglewood school. J. Wi Brock;
Garfield school. (). E. Hogue; Grant
S. W. Drake: Lincoln school, 1. J.
Brown; McKinley school, M. B. Ben
nett; Park school, O. I. Purdy; Kich
nioud school, ('. O. (iobejy; Washing
ton school, J. 1'. Ilerbst; high school,
John T. Boss, A. Van Lydergraf, Guy
For the election of school director
nert Monday, the polls will be open
I'rom. 2 untuNi o'clock and the voting
boothn will be located as follows: ?o.
1, Garfield school; No. 2, police court
room, city haU; No. :i, office of W ii
You Can Easily Entertain
With a Victrola
Your guests will have a "splendid time" listening
to the exquisite music of the Victrola.
They are sure to enjoy it immensely it is always
a pleasure to hear the world's best music.
You can easily get a Victrola. There are Victors
and Victrolas in great variety from $10 to $400, and
we'll gladly arrange terms to suit your convenience.
Come in any time and hear your favorite music.
If there is any thing about music you are not cer
tain about, ask our man. He knows the latest
record and can advise you in regards to the records
you like the best.
Wiley B. Allen Company
It. F. Peters, Manager.
521 Court Street. " Salem, Oregon
perform all of the duties of a regular
soldier according lo the schedule pie
pared by Colonel McLaughlin.
Company M proposes to take the
largest and .best company to camp this
year 1 1 hat has ecr been assembled in
Oregon or in the Whole Vnited States
for that matter. Company M with a
total enlistment of 115 men and three
officers is the largest mmtia company
in the I'nited States and it is the in
tention of the company and oflicers
that this record be carried out in
camp. Since it will be necessary to
recruit a tew more men belore the mo-
ion order is given. Now that
the militia pay bill has passed and
oes into effect July 1. the pay receiv
ed for drill will prove some advantage
who enlist after that date. When they
receive federal pay they are under the
same regulations as the regular nrmy
men and must comply with the same
laws. Those who enlist prior to July
1 will enlist under the present mi
litia regulations. The term of enlist
ment after July 1 increases to six
years, three in active service ami three
in reserve, and a number tho men are
hastening to enlist before the new
regulations go info effect as this gives
llow tang in ritil bwing
A. J. Conner; Ifigolnu.l school, to ,, r,iiiittm..n. After Julv
regulations change slightly for
liam Brown & Co. l-! SouU Coiniucr- ,h ilU o(. the benefits of the in
cial street; No. 4, llalvorseu & Burns,
High and Ferry streets; No. 3, Grant
school; No. 6, Asylum avenue confec
tionary store; No. 7, Lincoln f hool.
Voting will be by wards, the num
ber of the voting; booth indicating the
MAKES FACES YOUNG
'Success has at last come to scientists
who for years have sought some meth
od of removing the outer veil of facial, given
I skin in cases of unsightly complexions
i which would be both painless and harm
(less. The new process is so simple,
iso inexpensive', the wonder is no one
ihad discovered it long ago. It lias
I oeen amply demonstrated that com
jmon mercolized wax (sold by druggists
in ounce packages) entirely removes,
by gentle absorption, the withered,
lifeless Kiirffice skin, (flowing the
youthful roselike skin beneath. Tie
wsx is applied at night, like cold
fream, aud washed off in the morning.
The absorpion also cleanses clogged
pores, increasing the skin's breathing
capacity and preserving tone, color
and natural beauty of the new skin.
A simple and harmless wrinkle-remover
which "mis also proved quite
successful can easily be made at home
in a jitfy. All one need do is to dis
solve' an ounce of powdered saxolite
in a half pint of witch hazel and
batho the face in the solution onc a
day for awhile After the very first
application the finer lines disappear
anil the deeper ones soon follow.
Jnne 14-18, Wed., Thurs., ana
Go via tho fast, comfortable
trains of the
Oregon Electric Ry.
Tickets sold June 12 to 14, good
for return until 19tb.
Prom Salem to Eugene, $2.80;
from Beaverton, Orenco, Hills
borr or Forest drove and inter
mediate stations on this division,
ft.60. From Tigard $4.40, Tuala
tin $4.30; Albany $1.73; Corval
Fares from other points on ap
plication to agents.
J. W. RITCHIE, Agent.
Ftone 81 for lack of service.
C. F. Hein and family made a trip to
Fortlr.Ld the first of the week. They
returied home Tuesday.
Lucile and Oraco Tiilsou visited
with their aunt, Airs. D. A. Osboni, at
Turn-M, the first of the week.
Mr.-. B. I. Plumer and children visit
ed with her brother, C'has. Martin, and ' special eulogy of tho flag.
Elks Will Fittingly
Observe Flag Day
reased pav but shortens their enlist
ment to three years as at. present.
The pay in camp is $1.25 per day
for privates of which the state pays
73 cents and the government 50 cents.
There is some question as to tho a
mount of the federal pay this year but
if the 50 cents per day from the gov
ernment is not allowed the regular ar
my pay that is allowed under the new
law will make up the difference.
The camp schedule includes all of,
the drills of the soldier1 scpiad audi
company as well as battalion and reg-1
iuieiital movements. In additions
schools for non-commissioned officers
will be conducted and lectures will be
hy the regular army omcers
who will attend the- maneuvers.
The schedule lor the day begins at
5:50 with tho first plaintive wail of
the bugle and four hours iu the fore
noon are allowed for drill. Taps sound
at 11 p. m.
The following is tho full schedule
of calls for the coming encampment:
First call for reveille, 5:50 a. m.
Keveille, t) a. m.
Assembly, 8:15 a. m.
Mess caU, l:15 a. m.
First cnll for drill, 7:15 a. in.
Assembly, H a. m.
Mess call, 12 m.
Fatigue, 1 p. m.
Sick call, 1 p. m.
Stables, fiist end, 4:20 p. in.
Assembly, 4:30 p. in
Mess e ull,S:.'IO p. in.
Fla day, to be iobserved by all Elk
lodges through the country wiU be
properly commemorated bv the Salem
lodge, No. 3.10, B. I'. O. Elks, at their
lodge rooms tomorrow evening ot H
o'clock. This meeting is open to the
public and all are welcome.
Th-j services will be held according to
the established ritualistic form, with
the regular officers of the lodge and a
sister, Mrs. R. ii. Fuson, Inst week
One of Harry Prunk'x horses is suf
fering serious injuries from running a
ho program is as follows:
Selection Elks' orchestra.
Introductory exercises Lodge offi-
pick.'t in behind ono fore-leg when try-icers lend by Louis L. Lachmund, exalt
ing to jump a fence.
The lust 10-cent social of the season
! to be given by the local Christian En
; denvor society was held at the I.loyd
j Read home Tuesday evening. The even-
ing was pleasantly spent in games and
I merriment, after which strawberries
land cream were served. Those" present
! report a jolly time. These itocials have
' proven very popular and have been a
1 success in every way, so wo hope to sec
them repeated during next season. j
! Friday afternoon. Juno 2, Mrs. R. E.
Sturg'S, of Brooks, who was visiting
j here, invited in a number of her old
j time friends for a social afternoon.
I They gathered at about 2 o'clock and
i enjoyod a goo dvisit. Ia the course
! of the afternoon lunch was served and
j tho party broke up at about 4:30.
Those present were: Vrs. T. Y. McClfcl
! Ian, Mrs. Chan. Martin and children,
Mene and Gwen, Mrs. Boss Condit and
baby, Mrs. C. F. Hein, Miss I.ela Hein,
1 Miss Mae Smith, Mrs. R. M. Fuson,
! Mrs. B. I. Plumer and children, Lois
' and Maudo, Mrs. Wm. fitraver, Miss
Don Albus. Mrs. Will Mcjts. Mrs. S. S.
iSwan1: and daughter, Elizabeth, Mr1.
1 (ieo. Baynard, Miss Gladys Speer, Mrs.
: R. E. Sturgis, and the three small chil
History of the Flag Bro. E. B.
Altar services Lodge officers.
Hony "Remember the Old Conti
nental." Hrs. W. Carlton Smith.
Elks' Tribute to tie Flag. Bro. Rob-1
in Pay. '
Auld Lang Syne. Orchestra.
Patriotic address Hon. Frank
First cnll for retreat, or parade 0
Assembly, 0:15 p. m
Retreat," 0:20 p. m.
First call for foruml guard mount
ing immediately niter, paraun oi ic
. .i.i.. i.a i,i,..r
UCIU, BSfWUlt'lJ it; Mimui' a . -
Taps, 11 p. m.
Miss Pearl Burton, of Salem, is a
guest at the home of Mr. and Airs. B.
i'nul-e.n, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Pickens and son, of
Salem, spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. KC. Fainter.
Mose Uarren and Sam Egli are home
from two weeks spent at Hood River
H'don Knight has so far recovered
from her recent illnesS that she is able
to wall: about the house.
Mr.). H. N. Beck and Mrs. S. M. Dans
fortu went to Portlnnd Wednesday aft
ernoon to enjoy tho Hose festival.
Thora were only a few of tho best
of us left in town Wednesday anil
We told you we were going to give you the greatest Furniture
sale ever advertised in Salem. NOW YOU KNOW WE MADE
GOOD. Ever since we opened this mighty Dissolution Sale, our
store has been packed and jammed with eager buyers, every
one expressing an appreciation of the wonderful bargains on
up-to-date, high grade and dependable lines of Furniture, Rugs,
Carpets, etc.', of the kind and quality that has given this store
the reputation of being Salem's leading Furniture and House
Furnishing Store. Hundreds of customers were turned away
on opening day, as it was not humanely possible for our large
force of sales people to wait on everyone. Many of our bargain
lots were sold out completely an d we are certainly pleased and
gratified to know that our efforts were so well appreciated. If
you are one that could not get waited upon, we urge upon you,
by all means, to visit this sale, this week, as we will have many
more surprises for you each and every day of this sale and want
you to know it is to be a real sale all the time and that the good
things w7ere not just for the first day only. We want you to
come to this store and sale, expecting to buy the best lines of
merchandise that money can buy and at prices less than they
can be duplicated for in any market of the West, and we promise
you that you will not be disappointed.
the week in Tortland attending the Sev- WaVJ on his place south of town. F'i-
enth Day Adventints camp meeting. day no received a shipneut of Cardaiu
Oeo. W. Knight started on the road pigems and 200 dav old cflix. The chix
Tuesday morning to sell goods for tho j nrt3 tKim tue Tom Barron White I.e.-
air,an:s iverr uros., grocery nouse. . . . . , . . t
Ho weiil to Silverton that morninp to I 1 - b -v... -w-
accompany tn regular salesman tor :i
f .'tv di ys to get in closer touch wit!; the
tricke of the trade, to tie roi.ly fir
his regular territory next week.
l'i'iii'.os Aires, June 12. Hipolito lr
goyen was chosen president of the A-
Igeuline licpuhlic, today by the elei
toinl college, being the first radicul
ever o reach the Argentine presidency
Luna was chosen vice presi-
Try Capital Journal Want Ads.
eggs, F. M. is buildintf up a line from
wMci to supply the market.
W. L. Bently, rond supervisor for
Xo. 2, wus well pleased Saturday over
Last Sunday the families of ft. N. the X'od work done on the Uleason roml
Bocit and their guest, Mrs. 8. M. Dans- beginning that morning. The Tr-mJl
forth of Thayer, Kans., Homer Beck, J, I anil Miller teams were on the grid, ft
E. Ln.igdon and F. A. l'ook motored tip Tlies teams are large, steady mule
the Columbia highway. At tho end team.i aad the grader was kept gi.ing
of tho run where lunch was eaten it was I all dry, Other improvement is t.i be
cool enough to appreciate a fire. Ou ! done vu Fainter avenue and on rhe
the return trip they visited friends aud j Sangu;iji:tlo road
relatives in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ferguson spent
A lawn tennis court was built this j Thursday morning culling on Mr. and
week on the Band association lot just Mrs. K. B. (irimin. Mr. Ferguson U
nort.i of the band hall. Rev. F. ('. Hut- stale sunervisor of h io,w mv.
ler and others vcre. interested in the with offices at Salem. It was iu hisi and Bowels is one of Nature's requiri
movcircnt and most of Monday and department that Mr. (irimm worked i menta for the maintenance of bealtK
. ucK.hiy was spent in getting tiie when in the service prior to his'appoint- As Boon as any weakness is shown, try
f1'"' " ii .- i.-.i .. iiu inr lumping. meat as postmaster at Hulilnird. Mr.
About 20 have contributed to build the ' Fergtif.on is recovering from an acci-
m. t , Hient in tin; mils aliove .Molalla in which
The past week E. M. Pierce has add- his left ankle was l,i..,l,..n V,.,.,-:
ed 11 Red Hufus rabbits to his pens prise. ' ' i STOMACH BITTERS
Care of the
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NATS RALLY INTERRED
Chaplin Bro W. K. ' Thursday, the others were at the Rose
' ' "festival.
Mr. and Mrn. L. M. Scholl nnd daugh
ters, motored, jto Port bind, tTucsdnrt
Velma and Vesta remaining for the!
Mrs. M. B. KcHtcr went to Molalln
Tuesday morning to visit her niece, j
Miss liia F,. Judd, for a few days.
Herman Roedel went to Portland last)
Thursday to attend the Adventist camp'
meeting, to remain a week.
Mr?. Harry Slinncr returned to her i
borne in Mt. Angel last Sunday after a 1
month spent at the hospital where the .
underwent a serious operation.
Dr. H. W. Weaver yas called to the
home cf Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krast,
two files east of Cnuby, Wednesday ,
morning. They have a fine boy at the j
Mrs. ('. B. Hamilton and children, of i
Denver, Colo., who are spending the!
summer with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cas
sidv, attended the Rose festival, Wed-
The Scandinavian National Midsum
mer Festival which is being held the
24th of June, each year, will this year
be held in this state on Sunday, June
25th, at the Chautauqua park, Glad
A t rogram of high order w ill be ren
acred, American and seanmnavinn j ne-d:,y.
speakers will take part. There will j Mm. Blanche Coe, w ho taught school
also be American nnd Si nndinavian ; the past year at Svensen, Ore., and
songs, mu.iie and recitations and spe-! daughter, Agnes Seaman, nre spending
cial parts for the children. jthe v.uotion months with Mrs. Coe's
Th : progiam will begin at 10 o 'clock i d. other, Mrs. Hvland.
a. m., preaching at 1 1 a. in., 'by the Rev. Mrs. Geo. Taylor returned to her
John Ovnll. .home in Silverton last Saturdav aft-
The afternoon program will begin at . er spending the week with her daughter.
Sritor 11 What makes vou think, sir', , Free admittance.
2 o'clock, refreshments will be served
: that I will not be able to support vour
j daughter !"
I Her Father "The difficulty I've
! had ii; doing it myself. "Boston Tran-
All are most cordially invited to at
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Mrs. Sbem.an Shoules
Mm. F.vu, Richmond, of Mt. Angel,
who will tench the tliird and fourth
trad' ) in the Hubbard schools next
term, ,ent Saturday in Hubbard. i
lli 'iMi Roedel, jr.. nnd sister, Mi-s J
Anna, and little brother, Danny, spent t
f 111 n
A New BRO M KID Slipper, foxed pattern ivory
top, button boot. Turn sole and Louie heel.
A New 9 in. Lace Boot in Grey Kid with Ivory top
These BOOTS are BROOKLYN MADE
and are the newest things in boots.
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152 N. Commercial Street