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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOfRNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 16. 1916.
New White Boots for Women
A splendid new number in white Rcignskin eigfit inch boot,
lace style, plain toe, white covered heel, an excellent value,
P"ced at $4.00
A splendid assortment of new Colored Kid Boots.in various com
binations. The very newest in Footwear Fashions Come and
Summer Clearance Prices on
All Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Women's and Misses' Bathing Suits and Caps
Its a Cool Head That Wears a Straw
You'll enjoy real head comfort under one of these Straw Hats all the new shapes
to suit all tastes from straws to panamas. Priced at
All Around Town
St. Mendelsohn, specialist, flu glass. I
ohn, specialist, flu glasse-
V. S. Bank. Bid ,
Sare your ice money, you can get ic 1
Weinhanus Nectar, California liliiir,
grape juice, vinegar ale. Koth (.roeery
T drioiers please uot as usual I
have reroived tiist crop new picking
teo. Phone t57 vuur order. Win. Cuhls
Comes the Price of
The Midget a'ivays leads
in giving the public the
benefit of any decline m
the price of meat.
Here are the prices
you should pay for prime
kef; if you are paying
more try the Midget.
BEEF TO BOIL
BEEF TO ROAST
Juicy tender Steak, any
cut you prefer
Free to the first 50 pur
chasers of 25c or more
after 10 a. m., we will
give 2 lbs. of Spare Ribs.
371 State St
Orfeisatcr cf Low Prices
Salem's Big Department
$2.00. to $5.00
QUALITY AND SERVICE
We will hang that awning for toil '
K. I.. Stiff i sn. 7 !
Inter-Utv leaaue bash!.ti n.yJ
looks good to fandoni. Crowds lart'esti
m years und new bugs hatching daily i
I Don't iois.s the Montiivilla-I.oiu "aiue
' ' n .u
net free Ice with your refrigerator
nt E. I,. Stiff v .Son. !
Mayor Harley O. White and family j
are spending a two week "s vacation ut
, Walton, west of Kugene. Their orig-l
inal plans were to fish along the Me-'
I h'eu.ie riyer hut after arriving at Ku-
i geuc decided to visit relatives near
I Walton. j
j Mrs. Holland has been ocated at,
713 State, is moving to Court.
Secretary A. H. Lea, of the state fair,
uonra. lett .Nilem todav for l'orthind
from which j.oint he
will Rave to
,morrow lor Los Angeles where he will
I attend the .Tint triennial conclave of
tne JvniLMits Temnar which will l,
in sesniou 4nne 17 to Jtiue 23. .
Free spareribs, see Midget Market!
ad.-ihis page. i
Frank JohnsoTTaTmer Urine near
W hen tin,, i ,.,,o , . j " -
....,.,.,., niiviiru uown aim:
gored by a bull last evening, receiving'
injuries Ooiu which he died this morn-
inir ll.t nUiii '. .11 .... j
is survived bv a wii'c'ond . ,;,tr !
Mrs. B. A. Itrnwn nf ..;. '
Down comes Ule Drice of meat MJ
! Midget Market ml.
The Eer. O. Graner of America!
Halls. Idaho, will preach at the tiermun
IHnptist church next Sunday during the
I absence of the liev. (i. Sch'iuike who is
attending tlie lierniiin llaptist J'acific
I coast conference at Pallas. Mr.
iSehunhe will preach, his farewell ser
Unun Suiidnv June 2o.
We are still standing by the public
of Salem. Kead our ad Midget Market.
The Salein Social Cervice Center isj
in position to help tt few women audi
children in the way of giving hein
clothing, provided of course thev arei
needy and worthy. Those who 'cornel'"1
under Ibis head mav call at the rooms
of the Social Cervire (.'enter at the'iu
court house next Saturday the 17th
Save a few dollars by gotting your
groceries at the elost' rui sale. Wood
j Miss Laura Cuuinuugs, second assist
ant of the public library has presented
her resignation to the library board.
'She has made nrraugemems to go to
jKveiett, Wash., wnere she will hu-ve
charge of the children's department of
;tue puhiic library, taking up her new
! work about ,)ulv 1.".
Ask E. L. Stiff & Son about their'
free ice otter with each refrigerator I
We ctt SAVe yoo money on garden!
neae, fselses Hros. I'atton,- plumbers,
353 Chemeket St. Fhone 1900. tf
Benjamin Brick, director of the
tourist, publicity and convention do-
part won t of the Commercial club will '
meet this owning witn A. H. Leu audi
the state fair board to complete final !
arrangements for the Cherrv fair to bcito
jheld ill Salem July 3, ft tiU the all-Ore
'gon Fourth of July celebration ihe fid
W. W, Stelwer tat vuT based t'nej Sunday when I.oju meet the strong
Maple Grove dairy also He Kaiser MontavilUt team, leiiju grounds, 3 p.
View Jiiry and will run koth undertheim. "Keno" is some twirler and the
li'ume of Maple Grove dairy with their!
office at 1-13 S. Com'l. tf
June 10. .Sacred Heart Aead
emy commencement eiercises.
June 17. Waldo Hills pioneer
picnic, home of Airs. John B.
June 17. 1). A. I!, and S. A. B.
observo Bun'.er Hill day pub
lic library, 8 p. jii. Public in
Tited. June l!l. School board election.
June 21. Moose day in Salem.
June L'5. (leiirau "Lutheran
church picnic at State Fair
June " (.'lose of voting eon
test for Queeu of Cherry Fnir,
9 p. tn.
July 3 All Oregoi Grange ral
July X Annua Cherry fair.
July 4. Fourth f July cele
bration. State Fair grounds.
July 4. Indiana society annual
picnic ut State Fair grouads.
July 12-1S. Salem Chautauqua.
July '20 Wisconsin society re
union at State fair grounds.
JulJ -0. Southern Pacific rail
way men's picnic, State Fair
You will always enjoy an erening at
home with a Sonora Talking Machine.
Myrtle Know-land, 421 Court,
... 7!' c r.!ri? ..belo?I whole;
!"hh- oi in ine More iorincnv ownen
,.f,,0ll , .
Co. Kverything is being
F"lal ac,ion of the committee fromito
tn( ''ivies department in charge of the
municipal bathing beach will be taken
' u "'ceting called lor next Monday
evening. The site will then be deli
nitt'ly selected and within li) days' or L
weens, the citizens or the eitv mav en
joy all the pleasures o? a sea side re
sort lit the rate of five cents per bath
with no charge tor tiie children.
watermelon on ice 4c lb., canta-
louics 2 and 3 for 2oc, cooled grape
fruit. 2 for .'toe. Koth llroccrv Co.
Rae Lang Holland has mover her
dressmaking parlors from 712 ."flute
street to odd Court street, l'hono S.'lai
Beginning next Sunday, June 18, the
train on the Oregon F.lectric known
Woodburn local will be discon
tinned. This is the local that arrived
Salem from Woodburn at 3:2il
o'clock p. in. mid left Salem at 3:30.
This train will probably be put ou
again next fall. Tiainw heretofore
making regular stops at Fast Inde
pendence ou the O. K. will stop only
on signal at that station.
Buy now. Snow flake crackers. Swas
tika Itiscuits and wafers one free with
five. Koth Grocery Co.
Make that improvement for the sura
nier comforts now. We can furnish all
kinds of building materials. Fulls Citv
Salem Lumber Co., 34!' S. 12tk. Flume
Ex-chief deputy state engineer E. I.
fnntino has been assigned bv Stute
Kngineer Lewis to act as inspector of
a $-'0,000 construction job near Jtend.
Mr. I.wis notified the highway board
some time ago that he had no further
use for the chief deputy at if'J.lO per
month and that he could get u much
cheaper man who could do the work as
well but the board decided to return
Mr. Cantine and left it to Mr. Lewi
iSnd something for his chief deputv
to work at.
"Spec' ' Keene will make his bow to
Intercity leiicuo fans as a. twirler
Iiiu bank on him to wiu the r-onuant
Rumors of War Cause
Anxious Moments in
Salem's Militia Homes
"War ini,! Rumors of War" floated
about SiiN.in W .vxnimr und romgino.1
(.,:. . . c .1. j , i
foaling most of the mght and au oc -
casional rumor was seen drilling; even;
as late an this forenoon, Dame rumor
bad it that. Comr.sinv M had been nr.
dered to the Mexican border and in less
than half an hour after the Dame
whispered her report a complete
mobilization order was on the win; of
gossip. ine name merely wlnspereil
that the vague report was about that
someone suspected that the state
militia might be ordered out maybe.
From that the mobilization order grew
uiiil each self appointed reporter filled
out the blanks in the order from ini
imagination until the complete report
was that the company had been ordered
to Mexico to capture Villa and all of
his villains, take Cnrrnnza prisoner and
force his army to take a bath. It was
also reported that the company would
leave on the 7 o'clock train .Sunday
morning for the "front."
The rumor has been traced to a single
source where it was nierelv an in -
nocent inquiry relative to a rumor
which originated in Portland as a re
sult of the last Mexican raid yesterday.
The "seeker after truth" went to the
armory to ask some of the bovs if they
had heard anything about it. It hap -
pencil nun lucre were nuuiii .nm r,in
in the armory at this tune, nliout Jl:.iii,
and in passing from mouth to mouth
about the table the rumor became
strangely twisted and grew to gigantic
Baseball Sunday June 18th, 3 p. m.
Montavilla vs. Loju, league grounds.
I.oju only one game behind first place
and now have best all around lineup
this se-ison. jnueU
I iteming 10 ine wisnes 01 lus trienas
Kollin K. rage has consented to be
come a candidate for election as school
director at the election to be held next
Monday afternoin. Ifc consented to
anon- ins name to He useu oniv arter
1....I... i n:.i. i..i i i ; " . u.
naiir ii. j'iciv into occinnu hi ijtr-
come a candidate, Mr. Page is among
llie best knowu of Salem attorneys,
lie was city attorney three terms and
for many years local malinger of the
Portland Builwuv, Light ami l'ower
company. The polls will be open Mon
day afternoon from 2 until ti o'clock.
Dr. Bowman, dentist, suite 414, Bank,
of Commerce bhtg., associated with
Dr. I'tter. Ir. How man formerly prac
ticed in the east, but is located here
Carle Abrams and Harrey Wells
have returned to Salem from Kngene
where thev attended the reunion of
the Spanish War Veterans and the It.
A. K. for the state. Mr. Abrams and
Mr. Wells were elected to the two
highest offices in the state organia-
tiou of Spanish war veterans, Mr.
Abrams was chosen as commander for
the state and Mr. Wells as senior vice
coinmander. The election of comiuan-
der was hotly contested between Mr.
Abrams and A. W. McLoughlin, of Ku-
gene but Abrams was elected by a
majority of 11 votes.
Special demonstration offer today
ou'J. . One package free with . every
five purchase. Swastika Hiscuits and
Mrs. James at Hoth Uro-
Twelve green hides which were stol
en from a slaughter house at Albany
were found yesterday evening by F.
W. Hurger in a pile of driftwood across
the river from the bathing beach.
They were reported to tho police who
recovered them and will return tnem
their owner at Albany. It 's
thought the hide? were left there by
F. W. Barr and Charles Douglas, the
two melt wim were arrested June ti
by the Salem police upon a descrip
tion received from. Alonny. The men
were returned to Albany where they
were bound over to the grand jury
and are i.ow in jail.
For Sale at Boggs Co. Hall safe,
2 flour show cases, National cash reg
ister, cheese cutter, electric, coffee mill,
desk, step ladder, empty coffee cans,
scales, warehouse truck, delivery wag
in. Wood ii Uower.
Ban F. West is chairman of the auto
for Monday July 3,' berry
fair dav, and accordmR to -Mr. est a
modest' statement, it will be the big-
gest auto parade over pulled off in
the eitv of Sulci". He says there is,
no doubt about it. Already the own-i
ers of 125 cars have signed up to .dec-
orale their cars anil tuse pari m u-
paraile, competing for the three pr'z-
es, first V'.'o, second 1", and third $10.
Hut. this is just a beginning as Mr.
West has about To more owners of cars
lined up. placing his figures at 200
decorated autos in line, compared to
,"0 of one year ago. There will be n
Ford section and all fortunate pos-
sessors of Fords are requested to tele-
phone Oonald Miles and notify him or
Ii...:. :...-i1h- t.. onter l.ndL'es will
III! II im, ,i , ,, .- v,,..-. r-
oln ...imnetn tor ihp three cash prizes
the S. A. It. and I. A. K. will be repre-;'
sentcd and even the Sunday schools
are to enter one car er.ch. Mr. Westi
savs this will be sumo auto parade.
Dtiriag Juno, July and August, Is
iust as cood a
tune hs any to start a
course of study at the npiuu iusi
ness college. A- new class in shorthand
next Monday. This school is in -e-sion
all summer. Special studies, such
as writing, typewriting and arithmetic
mav be taken, if desired. juneli
Prof. C to. McKellius. dean of the
N'.inh Pacific. Pharmacy college of
I'.irtlun.i was in tin eitv vesicrdnv jnt
Linking around and saving a few kind
words for his college. He was the dean
of the first pharn u. v school cstnhlisn-1
ed in Oregon at the'O. A. C. in 1 "'".!
where he remained until two years ago. I
Now Is the time to buy mail boxei.
After July 1, u u,ail box especially do
Uniforms Add Color. j
About this time tlie 40 oM t iam C11 I
who attended the 1.1, cat Preparedness I
film ,non at th (iran,, TJmt ,.,, j
out on the twt at the cud of thei'w
show and this added lucl to the,
! flames. The militiamen attended the
show as guests of Manager Hligh and
tho- u-iir ttinii w.'fvii'i, n ,,i t'm-me Tlieii
, Captain Celilhar's telephone set up a
steady jingle and from ll:dO until 3
I o'clock this morning, it ran;.' eontinn-
' ousiv. At o o 'clod.
todav it started fn!
again and the Captain grew hoarse as
suring wives, mothers, sweethearts.
ladv friends, cousins, and maiden aunts
that "There would be no war."
Jt appears that the rumor is nbso -
lately without basis and only a sue -
cession of circumstances all coming at
once servei to start the rumor whicn.
rcl used to down. !
As a matter of fact if there ever is j
a mobilization order issued it will be
sent by the president of I'nitcd States ,
direct to the adjutant general of Ore
gon who will communicate to the bat-
I talion and company officers. The
1 company officers will notify the non
ommissioiied officers who will notify i
the men in their squads and no com-!
pany will ever bo mobilized by rumor. 1
The noil-commissioned officers' of,
CompaHv M are "oing 0ut for special i
j field instruction next Sunday at "I
i o clocK ami ine plllilic is uercov niirnc'i
. that they are not going to war. neither
jure they hiking for the hills to leave
I Salem defenseless and open to an at -
I tack by the army of Yucatan or the
I Sw iss navy.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
A suit uns tiled ill the circuit court:
today by the Star Land Company,
against Katie Holmes and ,!. P. Holmes I
and John J. Turner and Provev J. i
Turner i, ;
inruer, nis win
to foreclose a mort-l
gage on parts ot lots 1, 2 and X of I
block 2, Central addition to Salein '
and on lot 13, Liberty Fruit Farms.!
The note which is alleged due is fori
$1,1.")0 and in addition to a judgment
in this amount the plaintiff seeks toj
recover interest and cost and .KKi at-1
toriKlvs jt'eets. Carey F. Martin ih
"l'0"1' fr the
plil Ul t 11 1
Chris Follis. of Stayton, today made
$47 by being locked in the county jail
for one whole minute. Follis was con
victed in the .justice coutt of Stayton
foT ult. and battery and was fined
" "d eosts. The costs amounted to
W and this would have made a virtual
'ine of $."2 had Follis paid it without
being committed to jail. However, he
accepted the jail sentence in default
of his ." fine and declared he would
serve it out. He was brought to 'his
city by the constable and turned over ; in.iured:
to the sheriff who locked him in jail, j James C. Mclntyro, KMcrprise, lo,-
Follis had ti un him when searched and 1 ging. . ' --s
no sooner had the door been locked i of the total number, reported, 2-"C
and the sheriff turned away than Fol-jwere subject to the compensation act,
lis rattled the door an.l demanded to(:!4 were from public utility corpora.-
be allowed to pay his fine. This, of tions. 2S were from firms and cor-
course, is the right of every nian who j purnt ions who have rejected the j ro-
),,,,, tne money but when a liian goes to' visions of the act, one was from a firm
jaj) jn dU'faultf fine he cannot be j which does not employ labor in htiz-
taxed for costs or be reonired to serve
them out, s0 bonis got out ot jail aim
the paying of if'47 costs by one minute 's
A marriage license was issued
tn John Piehl, a fireman of Mt. Angel, j
and Anna Kcben, an assistant eashior,
also of Mt. Angel. j
The booze shipments into alem and '
Marion eountv have shown a steady
increase since' January which indicates
.i,. i,;..h' ,r lui.l i fori
.i-,..i J..H-'i.;vi out an.l!
, , .' . '....1.. .i. .... i .
t ie "two iiuan a, iiiouui n s no -
, ,' - ,.,
inir woraeu in innuv instances, i n
uary a total of 370 sales and ship-
meats were repor eii: in .eor ar, ,
was increased to ill and in Maren
1 1 Hi was the total,
in April and May
This grew to 132
slums a total of
I ts: w ith the possibility ot all ot t he I
reports not. being in yet. The coni-j
moil carriers brought in far the greater I
amount of tile booze or 3i!44 shipments
during this time, and the drug stores
made 12S0 sales for external use only
und filed 1 prescription? calling for
intOMcnnng n.pior ici- i...... ,,.
SOU sales in five months under ""'!
dry rule. j
Sheriff Ksch today received a letter ,
frvP . ft. Cook, a former uroinincnt
Salem citizen w no non resiue m m-
,.n(r0- c,,0k says he has a fairly good
position in Chicago and could get a
,tt,.r llIu. if were not under parole.
; eunf, tu endeavnr tn persuade
t;ov,,rnr Vithvcoiube to give hint a
fuj jrdon. He is living wit his
wifo iu Chicago where he went arter
i)(ic pleased from the penitentiary,
.ivs. . i-.i..--.. - -
signed by the post office dertment
in i,.v tn be used ou all rural routes.
..ist at present n large size mail nox .
worth a dollar may be bought for half
W. E. Slater, former secretary or
the F.Ik lodge and Mile Rusmiissen will
leave this evening for Portland and
.tomorrow morning at V o clock nine
the steamer Creat -Northern tor fan
VVancisco. They are en their way to
Detroit where they expect to remnin.
Bunker Hill day will be duly obserr
ed bv the liaughters of the American
Kevolutiotr and the sous ot the Amer
ican Revolution by the reading of n
hivforv of the battle, written by Win-
thron Haiumond hi the
Saturday evening at
jlist been recently orgiiuizeii. tne . a.
n. decided to co operate witn tne i.
A. K. in observing Hunker Hill day.
following the custom of all chapters
in the country. Mr. A. .1. ria'in win
sing several patriotic scr.gs.
bo is invite 1 to attend.
l TODAY'S BALL SCORES 1
Kuntlehnar and Schmidl
and Tragressor. Harieou
All other Nationals postponed,
York 0 0 1 0
Cleveland 1 0 0
Called end 4th, rain.
Keating and Xnnainake! ; Morton,
Mitchell and O'Neill.
Philadelphia 3 8
Detroit 4 S 2
Xahoia and Sehang; lhibuc and
Itostou 4 a J
! Crcgg, Foster and Agncw; vmbam
j and Si-balk. Wolfgang icpla.-cd Wil
i r' frtllflii WH
Alarms His Family
New York, dune It!. Colonel Tioose
j vclt suffered another coiiL'linig sfioil
Iduring the night and was feeling much
i worse today. It was admitted at his
'hotel to. lay" that his condition is alarm
' ing his tsimily. '
The colonel left, the hotel with Dr.,
I Hubert V. (iuile, who has beer, called
in consultation, and went to the phy-'
1 Sudan's office for examination, lie
! shook his head when asked how he felt '
ind whispered "I don't know a thins :
j ,. w, , reporters met
, ,iifti,.Htv in talking
.,(,,.,, to be in great pain. "
, y,',,r.,i ,,,lrni7 who called
j f,.p,n,.,,s todav were turned I
tne hotel, Koosevelt refusiiit:
i Golf and Tennis to
Be Played at Eugene
t ,iiivi v v l"1'.' 1 ! "
tennis pla.vers of the Ill.ihee c).it will
visit Kugene to engage in a friendly
contest with the' members of the Ku -
gene Country einb.
j The golf vlayers of Sniem or- prac
tically beginners. Therefore, they do
I not expect to ,-arry away very n.any
; honors but they, do expect to get a lot
j of good jiointers from their Eugene
! The tennis players are stronger and
jnill be more likely to hoid their own.
The Fiiuer links are now getting in
I fine shave and with the completion ot j
I the in-w sand greens the loci.l enthus
iasts will undoubtedly - put in more
316 Accidents Are
Reported to Commission
Puling the past week, June 1 to 1.",
inclusive, theie wefe. reported to the
state industrial accident commission
"li'i accidents, 'of which one was fatal.
Following is the name of the fatally
! anions occupations, and one was noni
; a firm operating uiuirr mr n p...-.
j si nger being injured.
j ' '
! lUlh KUIUCld UlilUll
Would Recall Officials
" " , ,
Dallas, Ore.. June l' Irnuguiaf.on
of a movement for the recall of County
dodge Teal and County Commission, r
He.dett w as voted. 31 to !l. yeMerday at
a joint meeting ot the 1 oik County
Farmer,' I'nion and the Folk County
I Tn vim vers' Leairue. Some 12. i persons
. , -. - -
int ihe session kept their seats when a
, . . ; .
j JK X ere Idtterlv a,
fw u.r Ul.tion
, . e . . i
iu ,.i.ii ..,.i; i.iv ..
crete bridge in place of the steel struc -
ture at Independence and the chaug-
ir.g of a road to eliminate two curves,
Countv Clerk Fobin'on nn.i Circuit
Judge Pelt came in for criticism by
the speakers, the former being accused
ot obtaining deeds to the property
;IJ hm inr iiu im 1 "- " i
,,: it Ili.,1 t.reo t'ile.l l.r.d
th1 )uft(.r t-ur nis r,,tl,slii rE;,t a
,. , , .
1 , . M - 1
"J 1 ; t
Fresh Eggs, per
2 dozen Lemons 35c
4 Cans Milk for
Corn Meal, sack
6 lbs. of New
Potatoes for .
B. Eligh ii rtcciving cra)i;iat,'uJu--.
on Jiur.ds V1::v lir the
vaudci-iile pltiyt-ry I wiirfl! 1o the city
to eme-taii! the iilk brjthieti id the
aaiiv.ul hoUit--oun tig last evening. Mr.
h wus seil, to I'oTiland I v the
inittei- wh iiisni".tii'- to do an
he i.b-ased,' and Iho result wi'.s, the.
j' . v
i.w cc.-ne of the finest vaude
ling ever l.tjught to Salem.
'lffi'-trs aij j uriii --oiiiTini.j m-fl offi
its of .i.jr..:iii v M will lake jp peeil
instructioi. work in tent fiit'-hi ig und
'uinpiiif. i.'.-xt Saielay. Abo.i1 i'ij men
will be exiled oiit fur this ui ii-
' The Original
Upbuilds and euslains the liody
No Cooling or Milk requirftl
Used for Vz of 6 Century
Free Sample Borlick's, Bacinc, Wht.
When la SALEM, OBEGCN, ttof i
r:et ana Private Esttt
BATES: 75c, 11.00, 11.50 TIM I-J
The only hotel in the business c'jitrjc.
Neareit to ail repots,. Theatre turt
A Ecme Away Trom Etut,
1. O. EI36H, Prop.
Beth FhOLes. IYee Ante Fu.
Care of tiny land for Ly .liw.
01 flee, Bligb Hotel
, iil rrrv iiirn rr
; ftm yj AU1U ilmX'
T 't T i
j - mjV flWII
j Sblem, Stayton, Mill City und ill uy
, Feints. Leaves Mill City u. m.;
stayton r :4, SaJem. :15.
I.etv.:n. leaves Salem 4:30
p. m ;
Stsyton 5:45; Mil City 7:20.
if s? ;c :)t if
The Korean Rsstanrauot
is row o ened in our new loca
tien nt 110 i-2 Coml street.
EvfrytL!ng new aiid clean. All
kinds of ' hinese and Spnujuh
dishes. J'av us a Visit.
Jit :j! if.
Latest Method Art
Found Only At
Pione 724. SaUm, Ort.
i-.nd ap-!M Ul
,,.k ;,t ; 1