Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, June 23, 1916, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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"Salem's Big Department Store
Your Vacation Trip
Will require a Trunk, Suit Case and Hand
Bag. If you purchase any of these you will
want a good looking durable set of car
riers for your clothing. You will find just
what you want in our big Trunk section on
the second floor; the largest assortment in
this vicinity.
Steamer Trunks, Regular Trunks, Ward
robe Trunks, Matting, Rattan, Fiber and
Leather Suit Cases. No matter what you
need in this line we can supply that need to
your entire satisfaction in both quality and
price. We are glad to show you whether
you purchase or not.
Through Ui eorts of the Salem
Patriotic League of which the Hex,
damns Klvin is secretary, lot) testa
ments will lie sent to the boy at
Clackamas anil will lie included as part
if Uie comfort outfits to lie sent with
in a. few days, in each testament will
be placed the mime of the soldier and
sumo special word of comfort.
Lester Davis, former Salem newspa
per man .anil now special investigator
for rJovernor WitiiyeLimbe, may have
to go. before the Multnomah county
aniitd jury. Davis has been trying to
unravel the mystery connected with
the minder of .Mrs. Helen Jennings
and fred Ristmnn near Portland, re-
Order Your Groceries
Today at Damon's
4 Cans of Milk 30c
Flour, Special Today . ... $1.10
50c Jap Ten, Special Today,
pound 20c
15c Can Oystci's, now 10c
Our Be,st 35c Steel Cut Cof
ft, Special Today 30c
10c pkg. Soda, now 4C
3 1-2 lbs. small white Beans
t0r 25c
10c Can pepper, etc, now.. 6c
Pay Cash and put the dif
ference In the bank.
Call wid leave your order or
Plune 08.
Damon & Son
855 N. Com'l. Phone 68
1 1
TllLlJlj " j Read Capital Journal Want Ads. j
Ford Owners, Save $ on Your Fuel
Equip your machine with Via's Distil
late Burner. Get twenty-five miles to the
gallon of distillate. Cut your operating
expenses in half.
Installed by VICK BROS.
Salem, Oregon
Talent Applied for Renjs. S. Via.
,"tiv'iiiM" '
horn Iml
ever, In
Hennett Thompson, a former
is liebl for the crime at Hills
he is not the murderer, ac
to Davis, who refuses, how
divulge the name of the rent
Railway postal employes who were
members of military companies may
tight with the consolation that their
jobs will be restored to them upon
their return from the front. This or
der was recently issued by the postal
authorities at Washington and it is
probable that the same will apply to
all departments of th; postal service.
The Rev. O. Schunke, pastor of the
German Baptist church, Cottage and
I) streets, who presented his resigna
tion some time ago, will preach his
farewell sermon next Sunday morning.
A farewell reception will be given at
the church next Tifesdny evening. Mr.
Nchunke has been pastor of the Gor
man Hnptist church in Salem for the
past ') 1-2 years and will leave nexl
week for his new labors at l.odi, Cat.
Dr. W. B. Hinson, former pastor of
the White Temple of Portland will be
gin a series of evangelistic meeting at
the First Haptist church next Wednes
day evening, extending over Sunday,
July 2. lie is now superintendent of
evangelism of the Coast district, which
includes all the districts west of the
Wockv Mountains and ins work is un
der the auspices of the American Bap
tist Home .Missionary society.
oalem was well represented at the
llth annual reunion of the Oregon Pi
oueers' association yesterday. Among
those present at the afternoon exercis
es and the camp fire, were .lodge 1'.
II. D'Aivy of 77. .Inoge Galloway of
'.2 and Knoch Churchill of '17. -Mrs.
William It. Galloway and Miss Teresa
K'Arcy also attended. The reunion
this year was one of the largest in
the history of the association, the
camp fire talks proving especially in
teresting. Judge Galloway and Judge
lCArcv were among the speakers lit
the camp fire.
The Rev. Robert M. HopV.ins of Cin
cinnati, Ohio, national secretary of the
Bible school work of the Christian
church, was in the city this morning,
accompanied by If. K. Monroe, who is
on his way to Alaska. They were en
tertained by the members of the
ciiiir. h with a luncheon and an automo
bile ride about the city. Mr. Monroe
is on his way to Alaska, to engage in
missionary work, haling been sent
there through the generosity of K. A.
Long of Kansas City. Mr. Hopkins,
the national secretary, will acconipa
uv hiin as far as Seattle.
All Around Town
I t:i ti ) Concert, Willson park. 8
p. in.
June 24. Moose day in Salem.
June 25. German Lutheran
(.Lurch picnic at State Fair
June 2li (.'lose of voting con-
test for Queen of Cherry Fair,
il a. in.
Jump 2s. Meeting nf Siilem
Patriotic League, 2 p. in.
July 3 All-Oregon Grange ral-
ly, Salem.
July 3. Annual Cherry fair.
July 4. Fourth of July ecle-
bration, State Fair grounds.
July 4. Indiana society annual
picnic at State Fair grounds.
July J 2-18. Salem Chautauqua.
July 19. Monthly meeting of
Commercial club. sje
July 20 Wisconsin society re-
union at State fair grounds.
July 20. Southern Pacific rail-
way men's picnic, State Fair
grounds. '
I Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glasse
j as correctly. U. S. Bank. Bldj.
j The Ladies Aid society of the First
I Presbyterian church met this afternoon
j with .vi rs. John A. ('arson as hostess.
I Let us replace your awning. E. L.
! St iff & Son.
j W. W. Powell, agent for the Pruden
tial at Albany, arrived this afternoon
to a nipany the local agents to Ore
gon City for their annual picnic.
jJance at Broo'.w Saturday night
'June 21th. Music Salem orchestra.
! junc24
! It is reported from Stayton that E.
II. Alexander, publisher of the Stand
ard, has been appointed postmaster lit
that place, lie was endorsed by the
democratic organization for the place.
Get your tents, awnings, wagon cov
ers, camp stoves, chairs, etc., at K. L.
Stiff & Son.
Roy L. MuUins, paroled from the pen
itentiary some time ago, has been re
stored to citizenship by Governor
Withycouiho. MuUins will go to the
frftnt with Company K of Corvallis.
Money can't buy better coffee than
lire turning out at 35c. Ask tor the
package. Until Grocery Co.
Tonight is the third band concert of
the Cherriaii b I and if the boys who
have become noisy and interferred
witn the pleasure of the crowds nt the
other two concerts become too loud in
their rowdyism, an effort will be made
to havo the police tnKe them in charge.
Mission Bell cantaloupes, big ship
ment ilue for Saturday, .'t for 2," and -1
for 2."e at lioth Grocery Co.
An auto party consisting of Mrs. cJ
A. I'arks, It. S. Wallace, Mrs. L. IL
Coinptou and Mrs. .1. W. Harbison will
leave tomorrow morning for Camp
Witiiycombe to spend the day. All the
ladies have relatives among members
of Company M.
Taney tomatoes 10c and 2 lbs. for
2.1e; Oregon green beans 2 lbs. for 2.V;
extra telephone peas II lbs, for 2jc.
lioth Grocery Co.
Governor Witiiycombe has accepted
an invitation of Company M, of Sa
lem, to hums with them next Monday
night, when he will visit the concen
tration camp at Clackamas. He will
be the guest of Col. Clenard McLaugh
lin, of I'ortland, at his headquarters,
that night.
i,ct us figure on your next bill of
lumber, lath, shingles, builders hnrd
waie, paints, oils, etc-Falls (,'ity Sa
lent Lumber Co., 111!" S. 12. I'hone 813.
Mrs. S. F. Anderson of 488 South
Seventeenth street was well repaid
for coming down town this morning
and getting in with the crowd at. the
I'rice shoe company special sale. She
is now wearing a pair of $."i shoes that
did not cost a cent, as her ticket num
ber happened to be the lucky one.
The undersigned will receive sealed
proposals up to 5 o'clock P. M. July
li, llHii, for the purchase of one wagon
running gears, size :l 14 and .'1 1-2. The
citv reserves the right to reject nny
or all proposals. CHAS. V. KLGIN',
City Keconlcr. Juno 2'i
Manager Arthur Wilson, of the Pos
tal Telegraph company, arrived in San
Francisco today with a young man who
calls himself Wake and is said to be the
son of the 'Frisco manager of the Pos
tal. Blake appeared in Jefferson a few
days ago and his queer actions decided
the city mnishal of that place to tula
him oier to the county court.
nut Attention Members of Salem
lodge, No. :t;iii, It. P. O. F., aie request
ed to assemble at Willson park this,
Friday evening, at the band concert,
where the Indies of the Salem Patriotic
league will serve ice cream for the
purpose of raising funds for furnish
ing til members of Company M, O. X.
;(., with suitable comf irt bags and con
tents. A large attendance is desired.
-Louis l.achmuud, Kxalted, ltuler.
Howdy ipap.
The ladies of the Patriotic league
will sell ice cream at the band eon
cert this, Friday, evening. The pro
ceeds will be expended for the com
fort of Company M tit ( amp Withy-
c.itnlm Tlie Moose me nil nr.roil In
attend the concert and patronize our
iiiootn. tumult! i . .vines, sec.
Reserve your seats now for auto
'trip to Clackamas Surulay morning re
jturn Sunday evening. See Kdwaidson
& Burns, corner Kerry and High, or
'phone IKAK
Emamial Meyer died at his home
j yesterday in i'ortland. He was bom
;iu Salem Jusc It, I S.:, and for many
! years was in the mercantile business
in I'ortland.
A lodge of the United Artisans will
be organized at Silvertoir next Tues
day evening. Members of the Salem
I lodge and officials will attend to as
sist in the initiatory work,
! Card of Thanks
; We wish to thank our neighbors and
j friends for their acts of kindness and
i sympathy during our recent bereave
' incut.
i K. S. lbower.
j Mrs. Julia Jtrower.
The Columbia highway and various
scenic points in eastern Oregon and the
Crater Lake park will be visited by
Judge Charles F. Klgin daring a long
vacation he is planning. He will leave
Salem in about two weeks. The judge is
putting his car in first class shape and
testing it out for the trip.
I o
I The annual picnic of the Prudential
Insurance company will be held at Ore
Igoii Citv tomorrow. Among the local
'representatives who wfll attend are
Supt. A. II. (iage and his staff com
posed of .1. 1). Ilartwell. V. J. Itnrrargy
and H. A. Lucas. Dr. B. O. Miles, the
Company's physician, is also an invited
It's going to be hot for the boys
across the Kio Grande that is, the
weather is going to be hot. Cognizant
of this 'fact, a number of patriotic lad
I ies of this city who have visited the
'southland aro planning to send the Co.
M boys a beverage with medicinal
i properties. So the blackberry cordial
market will receive a stimulus in the
near future.
Our Business has in
creased 30 per cent in
the last month which
same goes to show that
the people of Salem are
staying with the Midget,
These are regular
prices. Bring, your bas
ket and pick out your
favorite cut for Sunday
and note what you save.
Juicy tender Steak, any
cut you prefer
Per Pound
Prime Roasts of Beef
Per Pound
Choice Beef to Boil
Per Pound
Sausage and Hamberger
Per Pound
To the first 50 purchas
ers of 25c or more after
10 a.m., we will give
free one ring of Bologna
(10c size)
t 371 State St.
Originator of Low Prices
first Will
Probably Be New
York, None To Go Before
Washington, June 2-1. Secretary of
War Baker this nfUrnoon issued or
ders to every department commander
to send his militiu forces to the burder
as rapidly as he can eipiip them.
Th first state troops to move uadir
these orders probably will be from New
York. Other state militia likely to fol
low closely from Indiana, llli.iois and
A high official said this afternoon he
did not believe any of the foices could
start before Monday.
Washington Militia
Gets Rush Orders
Seattle. Wash., June 2:1. Major Gen
eral J. i'raakliii Bell, commander of
the western department of the 1'nited
States army conferred with Adjutant
General Maurice Thompson and Gover
nor Lister here today, and told them
to prepare to rush orders to the Mex
ican border. He said all state militia
would be sent south as soon as equip
ment could be issuel at AmeuYyin Lake.
Xo state troops will be ready to move
for the border before Tuesday.
The orders to the department com
manders, now already iu the hands of
the state militia heads, direct them not
to delay departure because of the
shortage of field transportation
which includes horses, mules, wagons
and auto trucks.
At the war department no informa
tion can be had as lo the exact readi
ness of the militia organization of any
state and for this reason it cannot be
told hoiv soon the first of the guards
men will be on their way to the
It is probable that in many stales it
will be a matter of sev eral days before
the officers in charge consider their
forces "reasonably ready," since this
order is interpreted as meaning the
men should be somewhat seasoned in
camp before being sent south.
Oregon May Go First.
General Bell declined to sav which of
the Pacific coast state troops woud
move first, but indicated that the Ore
gon contingent is the nearest ready.
All western guardsmen will Vie urged
to rush preparations. General Be' said.
0,000 Ready at Chicago.
Chicago, .Tune 211. Major General
Rarry today awaited word from General
Fiinstnn at the border before ordering
15.0(10 militiamen in the central depart
ment states to entrain for immediate
As soon as Punston designates where
he desires the militiamen sent, 5,000 of
the troops who already have reported to
Rarry "that they are reasonably well
prepared for field service," will be se
lected and ordered to entrain.
"Xo troops have been ordered to the
border yet, excepting those of three
states designated by the war depart
ment, yesterday," it was stated at
General Barry's office today.
"The orders from the war depart
ment to this office make it possible to
send nt once any regiment or even a
battalion that considers itself ready,'
it was stated.
Work of mustering in the Kansas and
Missouri troops was under. way today.
Illinois troops will be mustered in to
morrow. .Many regiments, eager 'for service,
have reported themselves "reasonably
well prepared."
No News to Be Given Out.
San Antonio, Texas, June 2.'t. Orders
for the distribution of the state militia
along the border will probably not be
made public until the various units
have arrived at their stations, General
Funstoa indicated today. Their exact
locations will nut be divulged even then,
as Vuuston does not wish the Mexican
military officials to know just what
his arrangements will be.
I'll list on said he will send Ceneral
Pershing's official account of the Car
ri.al fight, expected some time today,
direct to the war department, anil will
await the administration 's orders as to
what steps lo take regarding the affair.
Assembling In Washington.
Cosgrove, Wash., June 211. Camp )'..
M. Urown is receiving the finishing
touches today in preparation for th"? re
ception of the main body of Washington
national guardsmen, who are expected
to arrive at the concent ration camp
Sunday. Troop H of Taeoma, recruited
to full war strength, and Company A.
field signal corps of Seattle, slept un
der canvas last night nt the American
Lake rendezvous and today are energet
ically going through drill evolutions.
The troopeis were scheduled to spend
five hours in this hard work.
Heavily laden wagons and auto trucks
were bringing an endless stream of
equipment, lumber, forage and commis
sary supplies to Camp Brown today anil
the 1,500 infantrymen will find noth
ing has been overlooked when they
reach their temporary home Sunday ev
ening. Entrain Tonight.
X'evada, Mo.. June 2.1. Missouri
militiamen will start entraining tonight
for the border.
John T. He-ssler ami family left this
morning for Fugene. Oregon, where
they will make their home. For the
past two years Mr. Messier has been
associated with the Prudential Insur
ance company. He recently resinned
to accept a position as district mana
ger of the Oregon Life and his head
quarters will be in Fugene. Mr. Mess
ier is prominent in insurance circles
and is a leading member of the Salem
Life Vnderwriters association. We
wish Ii i in equal success in his new to-catiou.
Orders to Department Com
mander Are to "Start Them
Soon As Ready"
Xot a man of Company M will be
turned down by the I'liited States army
medical officers. This information was
received at the Journal office this aft
ernoon from reliable sources at Clack
The physical examination began nt
half past one today and is now in
progress. Ry nightfall the entire com
pany, it. is believed, will have received
Ill case of slight deviations from the
standard iu the matter of eyesight or
teeth, u demerit will be marked against
the man so lacking. Xo one. however,
will be kept away from the front and
active service for a slight disability
that will not interfere with the per
formance of his duties as a soldier.
Reports circulating in Salem that two
prominent men of the company had been
refused are erroneous. The only damage
thus far inflicted on any Snlein guards
man comes through the wounding of one
who was too eager to wield a nick. He
sk n ii his knuckles.
Vrom the same source it is renorted
that the Third infantry will not go to
i ne nor.ier lor tit least a week or 10
days. This, however, depends on the do-
partment commander as his orders from
Washington are to forward the men as
soon as they are ready.
rhus far Compnnv M has been oe-
copied in camp work, drilling, diliirin"
trenches and target practice. The men
ire gradually Toiiudinp into slon.e n,l
work that would put kinks into their
backs a week ago causes no discomfort
$ :!c
:!:;!: :; ,; ,.c
Mexico City, .!,, o:! . y )as
not the least, responsibility in the ( ar
ri.al incident as we are entirely on the
defensive," Secretary of Fore inn Re
lations Aguilar said to the Fnited Press
"We have declared, and our declara
hons have been confirmed, that, the
integrity and dignity of the nation will
be defended and upheld at anv cdst,"
continued the foreign secretary. '
Aguilar would make no comment on
the American situation or Ceneral I'm-
ranza s possible reply.
The city is absolutely quiet today.
Columbus, X. M., June 2.1. Mexican I
bandits are today reported to have in-!
vaded the 1'nited Stales fiftv miles
west of here. The reports stated they
were running off horses on Parkers' i
ranch in 1'layas valley southwest of
Ilachitn, X. M. T.oss of life and fight-1
ing weve not mentioned. j
Shamokin, pa., June 2:i. sixteen i
carloads of ammunition consigned toi
the Xew York port for the allies werel
requisitioned in the Xorthuinherlnud I
yards today by army officers of the!
1'nited States. The cars were immedi
ately re-routed to Buffalo where thevj
will be sent to the arsenal lit Fort I
Worth, Texas. 1
T-:i Paso, Texas. June 23. Five car-1
loads of lumber destined for the Anier-j
ican troops at rolonin lbiblau were;
destroyed by fire iu the .luaie. rail
road yards today. It is now believed
the fire was started to handicap Hon
eral Pershing's forces.
Washington, June 2:1. An executive
order restoring their original positions
Mo all government employes who go to
the border with the national guard was
drafted today by the eomtroller of the
treasury, and is awaiting the presi
dent's signature, ft is understood the
order will be signed at once by J'resi
dent Wilson,
Washington. June 2X If Carrauwi
troops were responsible for the Car
rizal battle, Cnrianza can settle tin' af
fair by denouncing their action, the
state department officially indicated
this afternoon.
Calveston, Texas. June 2:1." All
safe on gunboat Wheeling, awaiting
transportation to Calveston," was the
text of a cablegram received this
afternoon by T. J. Anderson. Lloyd's
surveyor here, who had a gang nf 12
men making repairs on the steamer
San Cristobal at Puerto, Mexico. Xo
details of the inferred trouble were
The entries for the baby parade of
I herrian day are coming in almost sis
fast as votes for. the Cherry queen.
While the contest for the queen closes
next -Monday morning at !' o'clock,
the ontiies for the baby parade may
be made as late as !i o'clock of July
l.lid. although Mis. W. II. Pnncv re
' quests that all those w ho can. regis
jter at the Commercial dub Saturday
lat'tenioon of July 1. The entries for
I the baby parade tins morning were:
Mr. and' Mrs. William Walck, North
Seventeenth street, a g'll: Mr. and
i Mis. Arthur Smith of West Salem,
twin boys: Mr. and Mrs. .1, H. Peter
son of West Salem, a girl and boy:
! Mr. and Mis. C. A. potter of I ;';."
Ilickorv street, n girl; Mr. and Mrs.
l. Putnam, liM." North Cottage, a
Forrest Walker, nijietceu years old,
iutd lit) defense when In- w:is arraigned
befoie Judge Kluin this morning on n
i-hnrge of breaking and eutciing the
Willamette Inixersity gymnasium
with intent to sti al. lie was bound
over to the grand jury which meets in
two weeks. I'dame for the actual
hit'iiking iu of the building was plac
ed on Orley Lefingwell by Walker who
abo declared that most of the prop
erty found in his possession liad been
given him by Trtixton ltvk. win) was
sent to the refoiin sclnnd c-td -day.
Join Our
With our Aluminum Club draw
ing to a close we find that there
are only a few -Piece Sets of
left. This is because house
wives have been quick to take ad
vantage ot the manufacturer's lib
eral offer permitting us to distri
bute a limited number of these
7-Piece Sets on the
Easy Club Terms
As stated in our former an
nouncement, $1.00 cash and 50 cts.
a week for a "-Piece Set of High
Grade Aluminum will hold good
until the few remaining sets have
been taken, then our Club will be
closed and you will certainly re
gret it if you pas up this offer.
This space is too small to pic
ture the complete set, therefore
it will pay you to call early and
inspect the utensils that we are
offering on our Diamond Brand
Aluminum Club. -.
Guaranteed 20 years See
Daily Between
! Salem, Stayton, Mill City and all wtj
! Points. Leaves Mill City 6:15 &. m';
; Stayton 7:45, Salem, 9:15.
! Return, leaves Salem 4:30 p. ni ;
jdtayton 5:45; Mill City 7:20.
Phone 13
se $
The Korean Restaurant
is now opened in our new loca-
tion at 110 1-2 Com'l street.
Everything new and clean. All
, kinds of Chinese and Spanish
dishes. Pav us a visit.
Licensed Lady
Moderate Pricea
Perfect Service
Latest Methods Are
Found Only At
Cottage Undertaking
Phone 724. Salem, Ort.
Cars of any hind for any plsce
at any time.
Office, Bligb. Hotel
Wlen In SALEM, OREGON, ito it
Strictly Modern
Free and Private Batlu
I BATES: 75c, $1.00, $1.50 PE DAT
The only hotel in the business diitrict.
j Nearest to all Iepots. Theatres r d
I Capitol Buildings.
J A Home Away From Hone,
T. O. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones, Free Auto Bui.
At the Ouick Exchange Auction
Market on Saturday. June 21, at
1 :'!') p. m., consisting of one
Complete llou-ehidd Furniture
Wagon, Harness, Horses, etc.
F.N. WOODRY. Auctioneer
Phone 511
Posters are now out announcing lo
the world that a Cherry fair will be
held in Salem Monday July :t. and that
an all ihegoii Fourth of J.ily c, lebra.
lion will be oliM-ried at the s'ate fa.r
ground-. Th rather -tnrtling CJor
rv fair po-ter- an from drawings of
Murray Wade and will doubtless at
tract attention. The Fourth of .lu'y
posters are of the regulation red,
white i ud blue with the American
eagle as a centerpiece. Announcement
is made that the lion. cha. W. Kill
ton will be the orator id' the -lav and
that Mis llallie I'a'ri-h Hingis will
-ing "The star spangled Fanner. "
The day will be officially announced,
by tin' firing nf 21 guns and the i -ciilar
t'lirteer nmiounci-H that l.e-id'-s
the races, there will be the customary
fi-e W'irM! at nigJit.