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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 23. 1916.
35c white, large Turk
ish Bath Towels 22C ea.
23c Turkish Bath
18c Turkish Bath .
Towels '.. 14c
15c Turkish Bath
The last two numbers
mentioned will be sold
in the 5c, 10c and 15c
Our store is full of eatables that are ideal for out
ings and picnics.
25 cases of the finest Cantaloupes for tomorrow's
buyers; large sweet Cantaloupe 5 cents each. Fine
Watermelons 3 1-2 cents lb. Peaches, the best Cali
fornia, 25c basket. Plenty of fine Strawberries for
all. Sunkist Oranges.
Our Vegetables are always the best.
J. I. Busick
Formerly Moir Grocery
456 State Phone 182
Invite the Pan-Dandy Kids to Dinner
You'll be surprised to see how much more
agreeable the meal will be or breakfast Or luncheon, either.
For Pan-Dandy means pure, ivliolesome, delicious,
appetizing bread, good as the best housewife could make and
sold at a fraction of what it would cost her to make it.
Selected flour, tested milk, absolute purity all the wy
through that's why Pan-Dandy is a household word in
thousands of homes.
Let your family try it today. We're content to
llvlllc ttiJr m.lcrtkw.llf
t 'J I ' I - EtJ Kill, j UUIIIt.111..
Look tor the 1'un-JJandy label at any good
SALEM ROYAL BAKERY
240 South Commercial Street
We call attention
regular specials in
60c White 12V2c Each Rubber Heels
Sheets A new line of Q
72x90 Pillow Cases 3C
48c 12V2c Etch Pair
Petticoats New 54"in- Hosiery for
69c Each Tab!e Damask Women and
Others at 1212C Each Chidren
89c 10c and 15c
. Good , , Men's Snxs
. Jelly Glasses, men s aoxs
15c Each 2for5c 8c, 14c, 15c
"the new All-Wheat
Ready-to-Eat" food of
the Kellogg Toasted
Corn Flake Company.
to a few of our
TRY SALEM FIRST
Market Is Uneasy
and Prices Lower
ew York, June The New York
Kvo.nhig Sun financial review todav
Probably at no time since -the rela
tions of this country with Meiie0 be
came; acute has the utock market more
faithfully reflected the feverish state
of niiufl of Wall Street than it did to
day. Traders and public alike were
frankly perplexed and there was whol
ly lacking any definite item of new
from the southern border and beyond
to give guidance.
At the, opening the market wan dis
posed to be cheerful and prices very
generally advanced fractionally.
A vigorous hear drive toward the
end of the first hour superinduced con
siderable liquidation in copper slimes
and munition specialtins. Stop loss
orders anil a number of weak accounts
gave, moment mil t0 the downward move
ment. The early raid was arrested be
fore midday with not a. little progress
toward recovery. With the higher level
offices the trading relapsed info ex
Railroad issues were largely neg
lected, but standard industrials held
their own fairly well for a time under
the leadership of United States Steel,
which moved narrowly mound Hi.
The. fortunes of a nnvering session
took another shift in the second hour
of the afternoon when a sidling move
ment carried Tennessee Copper, Ana
conda Copper, and 1'nited States In
dustrial Alcohol to r lower level than
before and losses of two points or so
reflected in several of the more weakly
held securities. Steel yielded fraction
ally. ; At the later trading stocks reflected
tho wavering tendencies of the day.
New York, June "'!. Republican
Nominee diaries Kans Hughes was
busily engaged todav in formulat ini
I plans for his carnnign. His must nutcd
i visitor was Charles W. Fairbanks, his
j running mute on the republican ticket.
! Senator Harding, who was chairman of
I the republican convention and named
; chairman of the notification commit
, tee, is expected tomorrow to arrange
the date for this notification ami to
talk over campaign plans,
j Hughes has not yet made up his mind
I on choice of a einnpnign manoger.
j Hughes had a two hour conference
with former Senator Root. The two sent
I out for a copy of the democratic pint
; form and went over it thoroughly map
ping out campaign issue- and plans.
; Senator Hoot w ill probably make three
or four big speeches.
Hughes would not comment today on
Colonel Roosevelt. About the Hughes
i headquarters, there wa a e ontoVnre
that the colonel would back Hughes to
! the limit, taking the stump if neces
National Committeeman Neidrighaus.
; of Misouri, called on Uughe todav,
EUGENE MINISTER GETS
CALL FROM KANSAS CITY
L'.igene. Ore., June 2.1. Rev. I.ouii
S. I'upp, pastor of the Fiit Chris
tinn churcIT of this city, the bngest
Congregation of ilmt denomination
on the Pacific coast, has I ivecl a
I' all fioiu his old church ui Knuas City.
I Mo,, where he was pastor for Hi veins
before coining to Kiigene. He announced
yesterday that in all probability he will
accept. If he does, he plans to close
ihis work hoie about the middle of
IIUL LHOL 111 Ull LI
If Other Moves Fail Orpet
Will Tell Haw Marion
Courtroom, Wuukegaii, 111., .lane -.'I.
Tho sta.te closed its ease agiiinst
Will Orpet, accused of .Marion Lam
bert's murder, shortly after noon to
day. The state, after finishing with the
letters, read into the evidence para
graphs from the chemistry text book
Orpet studied at Wisconsin University.
Some of these paragraphs, marked
with pencil presumably by Orpet, dealt
with cyanide of potassium, the poison
that killed Marion.
Orpet 's defense, conteudinu the state
had failed to prove anything against
the yoiith, at once prepared to begin
arguments asking the case bo taken
from the jury.
The state claimed it has proved
through witnesses that Orpet had a
motive for killing Marion; that he had
easy access to the. poison that killed
j her, that he was the Inst person with
ner nine aim mar sne was apparently
in no mood for suicide. .
Courtroom, Wnukeijan, III., June "X
i Lawyers for Will Orpet planned
smashing blows today in au effort to
free the youth of the charge of mur
dering Marion Lambert, the school
yirl sweetheart he won and threw aside
for another woman.
As the state nenred conclusion of
its case, with the reading of the Inst
-2 of the letters Orpet wrote Marion.
Attorney James II. Wilkerson for the
defense outlined his plan of cam
paign. hirst he planned to eliminate
the record much of the state's
ujouv n irrelevant.
Second, he planned
Donnelly to take the
Third, in the event
to ask Judge
case from the
his second move
fails, he is ready to
tell the jury, in
his opening statement
that the "seini-
confession ' secured
from Orpet the
i night ot his arrest was procured un
der duress and that Orpet will take
the stand and solve the mystery of
Marion's death in Xelms woods. last
"Orpet will tell the jury how Marion
died," Wilkerson said prior to the
opening of court today. "He will tell
them why she died. We will show that
this case is one that was created for
the purpose of publicity on the part
of the state's attorneys, as well ns on
tho part of the newspaper men and
Recess of court until tomorrow was
expected after Wilkerson presented his
arguments to the court for dismissal of
Sailing Dates From
Portland. Ore., June 23. Owing to
the longshoremen's strike the Snn Fran
cisco and Portland Steamship company
announced today that all sailings have
The . North Pacific Steamship com
pany, however, announced that thev
would continue to receive freight and
passengers as usual, but no arrange
nients have been made to load the
The steamer Rose City of the Pan
Francisco and Portland company was to
have sailed today. The steamer Beaver
is at San Francisco, and is affected by
the same order.
Andy Mndsen and Sam Smith, of
ficers of the longshoremen's union,
went to Seattle today where they will
meet Federal Mediator Henry M.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
I "The sum of $l,iijO,oiio is hereby
Ihimages amounting to tHKjll against , appropriated to be expended under the
John Tueedie and Kffie L. Tvveccliu 1 direction of the secretary of war and
are asked by Elizabeth Copies iu the under such rules and regulations as he
circuit court today. The plaintiff, J may prescribe, for the purpose of
tuples, is guardian of Frank and Eth- ; maintainiii" at a cost of not more than
el Copies. It is stated that the Twee-1 lr"" month the family of each enlist
dies took an option on n loi) acre e, man of the national guard called or
farm, two fifths of which thev agreed 1 drafted into the service of the 1'nited
to pay $:!20rt lor and for the icmnind-: States until his discharge therefrom,
er $siKiii. At the time the option was-which family, during the term of scr
given Ji'lnl) was paid. Since the Twee-' vice of said enlisted man, has no oth
dies took possesion of the premises, ; er means except his pay, adequate
the complaint reads, tiicy have grown 1 for the support of said family; and the
hops, grain ami other crops ami haowords 'family' shall include wife, de
paid nothing on the contract, pocket-: pendent mother and father, and sisters
ing the monev, t as well lis brothers, under age of l-l.''
ft. W'. Muey, city attorney, has filed
a long answe r To the injunction pro
ceedings brought against the city by
Prank Ward to restrain the city of Sa
lem from operating its newly acquired
paving plant. Mney's chief contention
is that it is not necessary for the city
to unwind the usual reel tape before
gettin" a plant to hey down the pave
ment needed so badly iu several sec
Jack Kos, of Salem, '! years old,
ami F'rancesea HeMarco, '.j'i, hnc se
cured a marriage license.
BISHOP OF LOS ANGELES
Philadelphia, June 2.'!. The Right
l.'ey. John .1. Mct'ort, auxiliary bisiop
i of Philadelphia has been appointed
I bishop of Los Angeles, Oil., uding
,to a private dispatch received here to
"lav from Home. Ilish.cp MrCccrt is out
lot' town and it could not be learned
whether he has received official notice
of his appointment.
Journal New loaay Adi de-
liver the goods.
How Cherry Queen
There is a general suspicion that
voting will really begin in a clay or so
on the Cherry fair queen contest and
tiiat whether the Elks or the candidate
endorsed by the Moose win, will de
pend on how generous the bulge boys
feel and how anxious thev are to name
It is prettv well conceded that from
now on, unless the unexpected hap
pens, the contest is between -Miss Coo
dor, endorsed by the Elks, and Miss
Wilson, the candidate of the Moose,
1'nited Artisans and other lodges.
There is a sU'out suspicion that
Miss Cooder has not voted nil the
uionc given by the Klks last week,
and another strong suspicion that Mts
Wilson was generously suported at a
meeting of the Moose a few evenings
ago, and will receive additional sup
port at the big meeting of the Moose
The final votes will he cast nt the
Commercial club before !i o'clock Mon
day mnrnins. June -. and the count-
inir of the votes immediately nftor
Miss Cooder is ahead today, with
the total votes as follows:
Yerna Cooder oT.flOO
Kstelln Wilson (H.iiSil
Inez Stege 'W'
I i art mule Cnrv R.Hcfl
Minnie llarr' I,-""
Madeline Force Astor
Gives Wealth for Husband
Bur Harbor, Maine, June 2:i. Mrs.
Madeline Puree Astor completed her
sacrifice of money for love at the altar
todav. Dressed iu a, simple blue serge
traveling suit, with a straw hat to
match, the widow ot Colonel Jolin
Jacob Astor was married late this ntt
einoioi to William Karl Hick of New
York. In doing so she automatically
forfeited an income from the $.",(MI0,(I00
principal, left her by the TiU,.ic's
Tho officiating clergyman today
was Rev. Albert C. Lamed. (The eero
inony took place iu St. Saviour's Pro
tcstiint Kpiscopal church. Only a few
intimate friends were present.
The couple will spend their honey
moon iu a cottage at Santa Harlmra,
'al loaned tho bridegroom by Mrs. I).
Kverything was confusion in Bar Har
bor during the morning and with the
report that the New York train bear
ing guests was au hour late, it nppearei'
certain that the wedding would be pot
poned until lute in the ufleruoou. Hick
was excitedly hurrying around town
with Scott I'yle, making final arrange
ments with "movie" picture camera
men on the dead run taking pot shots
tit him at every corner.
S. S. Convention
Capital Journal Special Service.
Qiiinnby. Ore., June 2:1. The Hayes
ville district, composed of 2(1 Sunday
schools, will meet in convention at
Qui na by Park, Sunday, for an all day
session. At noon a basket dinner will
be a pleasant feature, and the busi
ness sessions will be alternated with
musical selections. The following speak
ers will appear on the program: R.
Willis, superintendent of Hayesville
Sunday school, who will speak on,
"Scone Essentials of the Successful Sun
day School;" Prof. Burgess F. Ford,
Salem, on, "Teachers and Teaching;"
Oscar B. Oiugrich is to spenk on "So
cial Life and the Sunday School;"
"Why Boys Oo Wrong, " by Will S.
Hale, superintendent Oregon Training
school; Miss Alta Patterson, Miss Ornee
Sherwood. Miss Gladys Carson and Miss
Roberta Morton, all of Salem, who will
speak on the different phases of teach
ing iu the Sunday school.
for Support of Families
June l!:t, A resolution
appropriating $l,0O(i,iiui) to provide, re
lief for national guardsmen, whose
families might suffer through absence
st "I the supurtni'f member at the bor
slcider was unanimously passed by the
ijc mouse this afternoon. The resolution
:! 1 ,,;'ds:
No Friction Between
Cantine and Himself
I ft-l;t ring t hut :is hi t with Jiimsf It' !
jiui'l I:iity 'iintiin' nt' llit' NtiiN" liiti-;
i way riiiiiiitivsioii thf rc h not tlio -t
hit ui' fih'tinii mi'! tli.'it it 11 tn-'Minnt !
:)K-itriny in tin1 nis rrccntly nut j
jWfil t'uiiiifli'il, Stntt' KntriitiMT l.fui to-j
il:iy isMicI (i MiLlniu.'iit in wnii'h the:
sittiiitinn iH 't t'ortlr. Sny? Mr. Li-wis: j
'I'Im1 hrinll'no 1 tin- item in tl"'j
i OitM'0hi:iii nt' .Intii' prrtninin tu
; tlic win k nf M r. f'liiitiin.' nt, Hirml, j
itfivt'h nil i.rrn!ii'nus imtri'inn, nml it I
s my iriri' tluit thin In cnrrPfti'iI jn !
jliiinu'f to all aitii'ft roiM't'i'iit'd. I
1 j m n my n-turn from Coo roiuity,,
f ri'(iii't to M'i'Nil iiii'tlnh nsknl tiy
1 th rrpri'MMitnttx c of tin h I'oniini, '
I h;ir. upon tlnj ti'lyt'itniH ivriwil in my,
iiliM'ih-'. Tin' iii-xt imiiiiiny Tonriv-
il woi'l fioiu Mi. ('iinliiit' explaining1
that In- h.i'l hi'i'it in l'i !in illr on oft i-j.-ia)
tinnitus, 11 in I o i'i liMilti'il 1'a v in
his fni vai -liny ii'I'l n"-f.
Tin1 inipnsioii ilmt llii'ir i- friction ,
hrt vu'i'ii my. "rlf ami Mr. Cant im ot ,
witii tit' state highway f t' i u 1 m in en
tirely erroneoiH, ami t probalily liae
upon the tart thai the ex'iMinn mail
lawn an y iii'h -finite nn to nnturallv
or Travelers and
nit Cases an
PRICES AS LOW
Come to us for the
best in Sport Shirts
The House That Guarantees Every Purchase.
cause men of tho highest motives to
differ as to their interpretation mid
I find in many counties similar dif
ferences between county surveyors,
county recorders, and county courts.
These unfortunate provisions of the
'aw which promote confusion iu road
matters should be corrected by the
lit' x t legislature.
Htate highway department,
(Signed) JOHN II. LEWIS.
June 2:i. Hllij.
Members of Club Pay
Visit to McMinnville
Members of tho Commercial club and
Cherrians nccepted in guod faith the in
vitation of McMinnville to come over,
help celebrate, extend it brotherly
hand ami eat chicken pie.
Although the famous chicken pie of
McMinnville was of course an incentive,
the real wish of the Cherrians and Com
mercial club members was to signify
'by their presence, their appreciation of
tne triendly spirit that has always ex
isted between Salem and .McMinu
ville. Although many business men were un
able to attend on account of part of
their force being tit Clackamas, they
gathered in goodly numbers at the Com
mercial club and sent their good will
along with the fortunate ones who were
able to make the trip.
The start was made from the Com
mercial club rooms this morning at 10
o'clock, -with tho intention of returning
about I p. m.
Among those going were: Williuin
(iahlsdorf, D. T. Howard, Ivan fi. Me
Daniel, Stephen Knfuourv, Murk Sid
dull, the Rev. James Klrin. W. 11.
Danev, P. K. Fullerton, ,T. Tf. T.nutor
man.'nr. W. H. Darbv, F. (i. lleckebaeh.
Larry Tfoffer, A. .V. Moores, A. R. Wil
son, Zmloe ,T. Tfiggs, L. II. Burnett.
Fred K. Mangis, 1. L'. flrnber, Paul
Stege, Tf. F. Albee. K. Hofer. J. C.
Thoyipson, Ttav Crant, Benjamin Brick.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1L Hamilton, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles fi. Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
It. II. Mnshor.
GRANGE PICNIC AT RICKHEALL
Monmouth, Ore., June 22. '. K. !
Spence, master of the state grange, wnsi
the speaker at the farmers' picnic at j
the liickreall picnic grounds jesterdny.
when menibcis of the grange and 'farm-;
crs' union from all parts of the cowu-
itv gathered. A basket dinner was!
set s ed.
Tell your neighbor or tne sat- )
lsf action of reading the Cap- ;
c j)c st )t )t ic sc s(c jjt s$( Jfi jjc js sc ))( st
ENJOY YOUR SUNDAY DINNER
hy'providing your table with the best the market
2 for 15c
Raspberries ..1 for 25c
Peaches, dozen 25c
Plums, basket 50c
Apricots, basket ... 50c
Oranges, doz., 25c, 35c
Bananas, dozen 25c
Salem's Best Market Place
426 State Street Two Phones, 830-S40
AS THE LOWEST
Continued from Page One.)
This government unquestionably will
make duiunuls upon Cnirauza for te
lease cf American prisoners taken bt
the duTizuI battle as soon as it in
definitely established how many wcio
captured, it. was officially slated to
day. Secretary Lansing said the gooiu
uieut might be freed of the responsibil
ity by denouncing the act of the com
mander of his forces.
II' the 1'nited States forces were the
aggressors he suggested this govern
ment might find it difficult, technicul
ly at least, to make, ft dumuml for re
lease of American ti ps held prisoner
As a matter of actual procedure, tl is
government will seek the men's reluse,
even if the Tenth cavalry men were the
aggressors. This government appe.r
eolly relics un Pershing's report us
showing that the Mexicans were the i-t
gressors, but is furnishing Cnrranza ev
ery opportunity to disclaim it.
The returning cavalrymen are timb;r-
I to have told Pershing that tho
Mexicans were at fault in the trouble.
Army men generally said today tloy
did not believe the'Carrizal incident
by itself, will provoke war, though th-y
expressed themselves as believing wnr
cannot be avoided ultimately.
Following u 15 minute' conference
with President Wilson at the Wh te
House, Secretary of War Baker said no
change iu policy regarding Mexico is
eoiitomplated. The administration, he
said, is still awaiting information -n
the f'airiznl incident.
Official statement was made that in
no time has the president discussed
ith any department, official the sol-,
joet of culling volunteers.
Americans in C nn nnjnnto state lire
experiencing difficulty in departing.'
a irding to a consular report to the
state department todav. The message
was not specific as to the difficulty
MAh'h'IKD- At the re.torv f S
Paul's Kpiscopul church, June 2"2,
I '.iH'i, at t p. 10. by the Kev. Koberl
S. (iill, Miss Kinma K. Moths and
Henry S. Fcdl.es.
'Pi oreiuotty was witnessed oy
Mr. and Mrs. ('. It. Doni-on. The
groom is a baker in this city on, I the
biide nns formerly with the liareen
store. Thev will live in Salem.
Teddy Roosevelt Peas
:! pounds ... 25c
New White Potatoes
(5 pounds 25c
Carrots, Beets, Rad
ishes, Rhubarb, Green
Onions, each 5c bunch
Tomatoes, 2 lbs ... 25c
Watermelons, lb 4c