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THK DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM; OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1916.
ONLY an even -burning
cigar can give you a
Now the OWL, being long
leaf filler, shaped in the even
burning, square -end shape,
burns "right" It gives you
all the mellow flavor of its
Don't experiment. You can
always get an even -burning,
satisfying smoke in the Million
PENNANT RACES ARE
GETTING VERY CLOSE
Kood litNlo man,'
men til of victory.
to back Ms state-
Boston Braves Climbing, Five
Teams Each Have a Chance
XV w York, June 2(i. Tlie rush of
the Huston liinves in Mm ';.,ni
letiKui- and of tlie Boston ami Sew
oru ti'iuuH in the Aineriean lias liulit-'
eneil tlie pennant races today mid has
The Bantam Champion.
Portland, Or., June 20. Johnny
C.'oulon, former bantam-weight boxing
champion of the world, will arrive in
I'ortlnnd Thursday for his six round
built with Hilly Mnscott oil July 4.
After meeting Mascott, Coulon prob
ably will go to Seattle, where another
bum has btvu tentatively arranged.
Watching the Scoreboard
Willamette Valley News
be sorry to hear that she has suffered
1. j. -a I...:..
I a siruht ui piirui3is.
WFT SAIFM ' M A"" k't,'rev-one of Wt'st Sa'
IlLiOl uALEull item's pulilie sehool teachers nine years
I a'-Jo, was a Satufilay and Sunday guest
-at the J. T. Hunt home. A number
! of her former pupils called upon her
V.. Cade was n recent house guest of when a guessing contest of who is
his son Leslie and wife at Albanv. who took place. Miss Jeffrey is now
Miss Alice lluich. of Rickreall was! one of Medfonli's efficient teachers
a week end visitor at the McLean ! """ ""s come up to attenn tne summer
threatened seriously the leads of theji.0H Angeles
Pacific Coast League Standings.
w. l. ret.
V ernon 45
1'odgers and ndiiins.
(hi W ednesday the Detroit Tigers ! lortl,in,l 35
slipped into a tie for first place in the Salt Lake 32
iirun icuf.;uo only TO
rmei; to the fourth position where they
The I'hillies got to within four points
of the Dudgers on Tuesday but fell
oach in,' Hitter part of the week, while
At Portland Portland, 3; Salt Lake,
FAIRFIELD NOT ICS
("nirfielil will have tiieir usual picnic
Julp 4th ia the I in lull drove. Kvery
Miss Annie Lutliy of Salem ipent
Sunday with her sister Mrs. Hon lu
J.Vtte. Mrs. K. H. Smith mid N'ndeeii are
visiting in Portland this week.
Mr. ami Mrs. Merlin of St. Louis
spent Sunday at T. A. Ditmnrs, their
little son is spending the week there.
, Mr. mill Mrs. Tied (Irant of Port
land are guests of James and r'. .
Dul.'elte this week.
Cecil IbiKotte enlisted ns uiiiilia
' man and left for Clackamas camp
Tuesday. He is going under Captain
Those attending the boat races at
Jlutteville Sunday were P. K. Ibiliette
and family, John linlnh and family.
Miss Kitn Martiinler, IVeemon Marth
nler, Kdward Oitninrs and T. Itubens
Snnmiie Parker is tlie possessor of a
motorcycle. (iervnis Star.
Phone SI for lack of service.
MISS GROUNDS WAR BRIDE
Miss Margaret Crounds of Indepen
dence was married to Sergeant Ward
.M. Ackley oi Company K, nt i'ort
bind on Tiiejbyp under picturesque
circumstances. The wedding took place
in the officers' quarters at the com
pany's armory, and the Rev. W. S. (lib
bert of Astoria, chaplain of the TliiriT
infantry, performed the eeremouy.
Mrs. bena (irounds, sister-in-law of
the bride, was the maid of honor, and
First Sergeant H. P. Vickery acted as
best man. The bride expects to follow
her husband to the Mexican border af
ter the guard arrives at that point of
defease. Dallas Observer.
SELLS ROCK CRUSHING JOBS
(leorge Stewart has sold to A. 15.
White of McMinnvillo his contracts,
granted at the last sesion of tiie coun
ty court, for rock crushing tit the Palls
City, Mays (Salt creek) and Under
quarries. Though he would not state
the consideration, Mr. Stewart says he
will be able to put his prune land in
thorough cultivation, the thing he
wanted to do if the actual profit from
the contracts panned out the way he
had figured tnem. Dallas Observer.
the Dii.lui.ru r,.,f.,.., 1 .1,.- V ' il" 1 """-"I" vuKiauu, a-i; i.us
" ,. ' l'"i wo.h Angeles, ft-1.
ot the early part of the week by win- At Los Angeles-Vemon. 4-5; San
mug two double headers on Thursday I Francisco l-t
and Saturday. ' '
The work of. the Yanks featured the Oakland grabbed the Sundav after
weeks play and bioueht them to within ! ,m.. o.,. , i u ..,..i..o i
half a game of the Indians. Heavy I the series.
hitting ami good fielding won seven' -
games for the Xew Yorkers as against) Dos Crandall, formerly of the Giants,
two defeats. heaved for the Oaks in'that fateful nf
Itill Curiigau's world champs, with j teriioon session, holding the Angels to
six victories anil only one defeat, I five hits,
climbed to a secure berth in third I
home in Kingwood Park
Ired Smith and family have moved
from their Kingwood residence into
the Mrs. Jane Wilson house. Mr.
Smith is a son-in-law of Mrs. Wilson.
Dr. T. P.. Ford. Dist. Kupt, of the
Methodist Kpiscopal church preached
in the old school house Sunday even
ing to an interested congregation.
Mrs. Jennie Hunt of Nebraska was
a guest of the I). Cade family recently.
session at Monmouth normal.
Miss Klizaheth Kerdson another- of
Medford's teachers joined Miss Jef
frey Sunday evening and both went on
to Monmouth Monday morning.
It is reported that V. P. Darby has
bought the Oil Griffith place. '
.Mrs. r. ( . Sneer and little son ot
Mrs. Hunt visited here a year ago audi West Stayton visited here Thursday,
was so well pleased with Oregon thatj Miss Kll'a. Phillips came Sunday from
she has returned to make her home Lynns where she has been staying,
here. Mr. and ..Irs. .Peter Guler and Mel-
Mrs. V. ('. Heisc and two children ! vin Gildow motored to Portland Sat-
have gone to Lugene tor a time as Mr. urdav
Heise has employment there. Mrs. Campbell of Arizona came last
Kev. and Mrs. T. I. iarnes and lit-! week to visit her father Georse Mvtes,
Salem Heights News
pi.icr, wiiiie w asnington, losing five
and winning three, slipped from second
to fifth place during the week.
The return of Kvers Itraves second
baseman to the game, put StaMins
team on its feet and the Hraves fought
a several extra inning game through to
Paddy P.aumnn ot the Yanks and
Long of the Cardinals took slugging
honors, with five hits each out of five
limes at bat.
X'ew York, June 2li. The most im
portant battle the fistic world lias
seen since the W'illai d-Moran fight will
be staged at Washington Park, Thurs
day, when Moran again appears with
.lack Dillon, the ludinnapolis "man
killer" ns his opponent.
Indications today are that the bout
will draw even a larger crowd than
that which witnessed Moian's defeat
at the hands of the champion. Dillon
will go into the ring confident of suc
cess, while Moran is using the advan
tage of a "good big man beating a
Pete Standridge, of Los Angeles, was
quite some henvist himself but he was
found for three swats in the initial can
to and lost right there.
Fanning of San Francisco, was called
on the ninth at Los Angeles to crimp u
threatening Vernon rally, and he did so
with four pitched balls.
The Pengals and SchIs divided the
Sabbath double bill. That gave Sun
Francisco the series.
Runny Brief fushed one of Kelly's
fastest offerings into the bleachers for
a home run in the fourth at Portland.
In the tenth Stilt Lake won and even
ed up the count with Portland, three
Yesterday 's big league hero was Hans
Wagner, whose hitting stnrted a Pirate
rally in the twelfth and ended in a
rout of the Cubs.
tie ones went to Summit Saturday and
were over night guests at the Sini
Miss P.lln Puge who attended the
Rose festival ns queen of Salem Yoe-
men lodge returned nv way ot -New-
berg where she visited with her sister
arriving home Sunday.
llabv Oliver Morgan iias been very
ill with pneumonia hut is recovering.
Mrs. Kdna Moore has returned from
Mrs. Elizabeth Kirkpntriek and .Mrs.
.1. O. Spurlock went to .Newport Satur
Miss Margret De Pray of Salem v
ited over Sunday nt the C. M. Mi;ler
Arthur Rich of Scotts Mills and Miss
( ora Ktiney were married at the
bride s home Thursday
Mrs. G. H. MeNeal and little daugh
ter Mildred of Marion returned home
several days visit with her parents j after a weeks visit at the H. W. Me
al P.eunn Vista.
Lester Lamb has had his enlarged
tonsils taken out and adenoids remov
ed. Ho is doing nicely.
Miss Joanna James returned from
Miss Dorothy Miller was a recent
guest of her cousin Mrs. Harvey Craw
ford of Zena.
Mrs. Arthur Smith and three little
ones were visiting witrr her parents
Mr. anil Mrs. J. t'liruh of North Sa
lem for several days recently.
The mnnv friends of Mrs. Rex will
pitchers, one a homer.
The Cardinals can be pushed just go
far. They turned on the Reds in a
double bill, taking both games.
The White Sox bested tho Indians in
a game in which hits and spikes were
used freelv. Zeb Teri'v. the hose short
stop, left the game in the fifth, when week rebuilding C. M. Miller's lumber
D. W. Lamb went to Stayton with
the motor truck Thursday to get a
block for the engine at the .sawmill.
Mr. anil Mrs. Phil Brinknian and
baby of Portland came Tuesday even
ing to visit at the home of his parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. ('. lirtnKnian.
Clair Brock and Wesley Cheffings
made n trip to Salem Tuesday. Clair
returned home on the evening train
and Wesley returned home Wednesday
Fred Garment of Riddle, Or., who
has been visiting his brother, T. W.
Johnson, returned home Wednesday
evening accompanied by Mrs. X. V.
Mrs. t). K. Darby and sister, Mrs.
McDonald went to Alsea for a week
end visit with their mother Mrs. M. K.
Davis. They returned home Wednes
A crew of workmen are busy this
Rav Chnpnian's spikes cut a gash in
Hinchinnn led tre swatting for the
Pirates. He garnered four hits off Cub
Thirteen hits were made off Combs of
the Indians by the White Sox. The
heavy hitting was offset by six er
rors. Joe Jaekson got four hits and secii
fice out out five trips to the plate.
mill that went up in smoke Sundav
June 11. The work is progressing fine
and within a short time the business
will be once more in full sway. This
goes to show what public spirit can do
for a town. Record.
Let the Capital Jonrnal New Today
Column put your dollars on the rijht
Mrs. Ellis of Dallas visited her sis
ter, Mrs. A. L. Miller Tuesday of this
Mrs. John Wickberg and daughter
Martha, made a business trip to Mon
Misses Clara and Florence Miller re
turned Saturday from I'allas and Rick
reall. Mr. Speaker has gone to Washing
ton to take charge of a paving con
tract. The Ladies Aid society met with
Mrs. McCollum Wednesday with a pic-,
nic dinner, it being the last meeting
Mrs. Welby of Wisconsin is here vis
iting Mrs. Kingsley.
C. W. Sawyer is ill with rheuma
tism. Mrs. It. Morris has just returned
from' a visit with her son in I'orltaud.
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman and smalt
I daughter, Ruth, have gone east for an
Mrs. McKafferty of Aberdeen, S.
I)., is visiting with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Engdahl.
Wm. Sawyer was elected director of
the school Board for three years.
Grove Hemsilciy and Harold P.eja
ii in are with Company M, now at
ST. LOUIS NOTES
Louis Aral spent the week end in
Mr. and Mrs. R J. J. Miller attend
ed the boat races at Timieville Sunday
Air. and Mrs. lierlin spent Sunday
at T. A. Ditmars.
Miss linogene Miller and Mrs. My
rene Schneideke and son Justin, aro
visiting their former home for a few
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Irt Breed,
twin girls. Friday June lei, 191ti.
Grandma Aral and Pauline spent
Sunday at the Miller farm.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Q. Oltaway from
Aurora, were Sunday visitors at the
Leonard Maiioney attended the boat
races Sunday at Butteville.
Mrs. Arthur Groffin visited at the
Mountain View farm one day last
.Mrs. A. W. Schmeidcke and Mrs. B.
J. .T. Miller are Salem visitors this
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Groshong visited
their daughter Mrs. (has. Wampole
one day last week. Edith Wampole
returned home with there.
Mrs. Henry -Kirkwood visited her
mother one day last week.
Miss Helen Scolnrd visited nt the
.uillcr farm one day last week. Ger
Tou read the news we get it.
ICE SHOE CO
Every week grows larger. Sales are getting heavier each day. We are unloading thousands of pairs of world's best Shoes at prices lower than Portland jobbers are selling them. Can you beat it ?
Come m and get our prices and realize the way we are sacrificing these high grade Shoes. If you'll need shoes within the next two years, now is the time to buy, as shoes will never be cheaper.
Take advantage of the last week of this greatest of shoe sales. SOME OF THE PRICES THAT WILL BE IN EFFECT THIS WEEK
200 Pairs Men's $5 High Grade Oxfords, Black and Tan, Good Styles, now go at
500 Pairs Ladies' Pumps $4.50 and $5.00 Grades, all Leathers, now go at .
Our entire stock of Hanan Pumps, regular $6.00, now go at $3.95
Our entire stock of new and up to to date $5 Pumps, go at $3.35
Our entire stock of new Spring styles in $4.50, $4 Pumps go at $2.95
All other Pumps, broken sizes and odd lots, go at $2.35 and $1.95
. . . . . $2.95
500 pairs of Men's Elk Bals, regular $2.50 to $3.00 go at $1.95
300 pairs Men's, Women's, Boys', Children's Tennis Shoes, go at 50c
500 pairs Children's Barefoot Sandals, all sizes up to 2, go at 95c
100 pairs Men's Work Shoes in Tan and Black, $3.50 grades at $2.65
Men's Dress Shoes
REGULAR $6.00 GRADES IN TAN AND BLACK
BUTTON AND LACE, GO AT $4.95
REGULAR $5.00 GRADES IN TAN AND BLACK
BUTTON. GO AT $3.95
REGULAR $4.00 GRADES IN TAN AND BLACK
BUTTON AND LACE, GO AT $3.35
Ladies' Dress Shoes
REGULAR $6.00 GRADES, KID AND PATENT,
BUTTON AND LACE. GO NOW AT $4.95
REGULAR $5.00 GRADES, KID AND PATENT,
BUTTON AND LACE, GO NOW AT $3.95
REGULAR $4.00 GRADES, KID AND PATENT,
CLOTH AND KID TOP, NOW GO AT $3.35
Boy's Dress Shoes
REGULAR $4.00 DRESS SHOES, BUTTON AND LACE,
NOW GO AT $2.95
REGULAR $3.50 DRESS SHOES, BUTTON AND LACE,
NOW GO AT i. $2.65
REGULAR $3.00 DRESS SHOES, BEST GRADES,
BUTTON AND LACE, GO NOW AT $1.95
Cut Rates on All
Special Agents for
Fox Pumps and
Witch Elk Boots
Special Agents for
Hanan Shoes and
Ground Gripper Shoes
Ladd & Bush Bank