4. ; "i i EIGHT Our No. 801 st Wednesday Surprise A Sale of "Lynat" Hat Linings Ouly 10c Each A new creation a lining ready made to place in your hats with adjustable head size so that it makes the hat fit correctly. Reline your hat with these for almost nothing; may be had in black or white; extra special for next Wednesday Qq ch See the window display. Sale starts at 8::i0. Special. Sale of Women's Here are light, cool, fashioned for stout style that will appeal to value A Special Sale of Pictures (Second Floor) Reproductions of famous, oil paintings many subjects reproduced in natural colors, rich gilt frames all ready to hang on the wall. Lovers of art will be interested in these special offerings. One Lot at 69c each. Another Lot at 98c Each (See the window display.) QUALITY AND SERVICE 17,000 IN WILL (Continued From Page One.) If. Bac kus, Company II, Seventh regi ment, Chicago, misluiucd a severe fli.-h wound in the left thigh last night when, according to his story, a civilian fired threo shots at him with u 32 calibre revolver. - Willilim O'Hrtcn. believe,! t.i bit it' ! 4hrt Nnunnth i-nitl m, ,,1 Cl.l n u. .... ! last night in a atraight jncket 'it the tity jail. Ho became demented during tho night. He was much improved to day and may be allowed to return to tump. Troop Trains First. Washington, .tune 20. War depart ment supplies h in troop trains have the right of way on all American railroads. Through the American Knilway associa tion, tho department, it was learned to day, has at its disposal all the rolling tuck it desires. As fast as freight is sent to the border, the empty cars will be "dead headed" back to distri tnition points. Cars containing war depart men t nut tol'ialH bear a special placard anil thin iH recognii'.eil by every dispatcher and train crew as giving it the right of ay. Much of tho war dcpintiu.'iit fre'jrht moves even foster than o;)rc-is tiains. A railroad sidetracked on 'is fast limit ed trair.- to make way for the war sup plies. The railroad association, 'ncludiu t in its membership every railioad presi dent in the country, has Informed the a' department that it w ill give i very j ounce of eo-o i e in t i o u in its power. llobilii.ntion of lallioad 'or vs has been accomplished almost nut 'uirit i'-.illy. The association has soot a peciill trained imps here to be a; the coin will lnu C clear tracks ahead. Your Last Chan r 1 1 1 v 1 "v.- iiii-iiim-i s mir uiamond TS Brand" Aluminum Club will be - .i.'.ri .wiLWll mm mmm o can. it afford to. miss tins splendid opportut.it v-Think of it! -7-1'ieccs of tins H,Rl, Grade Diamond 15ia.nl Alum inum Ware (just as illustrated) on Easy, Club Terms. Ca".at t,i.eT",orc t,,is rvenit.K or tomorrow morn in ,!. fI'I 'J-10 st',s-tlu- a jst as Kood i.s the" first. . rMjSri"S.yo" TOU8t ACT GEER-KRUEGER, Furniture Summer Vests 3 for 50c ribbed Vests especially people a new, attractive all women. Extra special 3 Vests for 50c Troop trains, even more th in freight, will have dinar tracks pIicm 1. Change In System of Examining Teachers A lepaitiire will be made in examin ing applicant for teiuhei' certifi cates when the examining board meets at the high school at nine o'clock Wednesday morning. Tliis year, one !yenr papers will be granted to those who pass satisfactorily in innmiat training, physical culture, domestic science, music, typewriting and .sten ography. Heretofore examinations have been restricted to ueademic sub jects entirely. From Marion county about 1."0 ap plicants are expected. The examina tions will be held for four days, con cluding at four o'clock Saturday af ternoon. I'll pern will go to the state school superintendent ' office for cor rection. Rev. W. B, lllnson, D. D., who speaks at the First Baptist church in this city Wednesday, Thursday ami Friday even ings of this week anil morning and ev ening next Sunday, is one of the best known pulpit orators and Christian workers on the coast. Ho successful ly filled important pulpits in Vancouver and San Diego before coining to the White Temple Baptist church, Portland, I four years ago. He is frequently called upon for addresses and sermons at eon-; vcalions. He will be one of the lead ing speakers at the Christian Mndouvnr j convention in Stockton, C.al., next tmuilli uliiirii 3 fall! ileleon t co n ov- ! where .1,000 delegates are ex- pectcd. He also speaks several times at the coast convention of the Baptist loung People s I niou in Spokane, also held next month. The meetings here are free. The public is cordially in vited. The evening services will be gin at H o clock, ce FTRR we have seetved four more ........ I. - nr i no:,cu, men we can not supply you with a single set of this High grade Alum inum on the most liberal terms of M $1.00 Cash J 1 r rv . ana ou as. a Week Will you he one of the liK-ky four? Will you share the advantage of this Oanr! hfT.r? QUICK because thi. is your J THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. All Around Town t . t ? t COMING EVENTS TONIGHT Tax ravers Loajjuc meets 'oinmcrciul club. Snletn Floral Suciety meets Commercial club. at June iS. Meeting of Salem Patriotic League, 2 p. m. .lane ."ill. Itenetit sales .lay for l.ailie:! Auxiliary Spanish War Veterans. July 3 All-Oregon Grange ral ly, Salem. July 3. Annual Cherry fair. July 4. Fourth of July cele bration. State Fair grounds. July 4. Indiana society annual picnic at State Fair grouad9. July 1218. Salem Chautauqua. July 19. Monthly meeting of Commercial club. July 20 Wisconsin society re union at Stato fair grounds. July 20. Southern Pacific rail way men's picnic, State Fair grounds. g jj. Dr. Mondelsohn, specialist, fits glasse- n corroctly. U. 8. Bank. Bid,;. j The rain fell yesterday, but not to i any great extent, as the government's i official record shows only .13 of an inch. The river is fallinir and today is !..'! feet above low water, -o- David L. Cook, WHO graduated from Willamette university this spring, has been elected principal of the Newbcrg high school. He will also have ch'nrge of the classes in physics. Salem chimney sweep. Estb. 1909. I'hone I!). The SpauldUig Logging company ship ped this morning a car load of inside finishings for the ('hanslor-r.yon auto mobile supply house of l'ortland and a car load of mill work to central Califor nia and Nevada. . Now is the time to buy your sum mer lint during our sale. The French Shop, 35!l State St. T. E. Talbot was taken up by the po lice Sunday for driving his automobile too fast a. clip. He put up $10 which was forfeited when he failed to appenr in police court this morning. o We are headquarters for stoves and ranges. Prices $I.."iO ami up. K. L. Stiff & Son. A. J. Strei arrived here this morning from San Francisco to npplv for a requisition for (leorge. W. Harrison. I Harrison is now in custody at Portland and is wanted in California 'for neglect j ing to provide for a minor child. j A full line of tents, awnings, wag ; mi covers, and other outing supplies !at K. I.. Stiff S: Son's. Lieutenant Colonel T. W. Scott, head j of the Northern Pacific division of the Salvation Army work, will conduct a public meeting at tjie Salvation Army hall lit M o'clock Tuesday evening. Kveryono is invited. You can live without coffee if you drink Cereo, Salenii's new hcaltn drink. ! O. L. Dtnilnp, of the general de'.iveiy window of the Salem postoffire, vns appointed on a committee to take up the advisability of issuing a quarterly postal clerks inagaiue, at the annual . meeting held last week in Oregon City.1 You drink ill ink. can live without coffee if you Cereo, Saleml's new health1 -0 Tuesday evening the Moose will hold open house at their lodjje room cclcbrnt inc; the election of their candidate as oiieen of the Cherrv fair. The I'nited '1 A i t isu ns, Wooiliuen of the World, and i Modem Woodmen are invited to take ' part in the jollification. Have yon tasted Salem's new health food drink Cereo, )jet sample at Gas t'o. tomorrow. The West Salem baseball players are rotoni.ed as some players when the name is on a regulation field. Hut yes terday at I'errvdale they were handi capped by the hih mass on the field i and the rain,' and as a result came j home with the small end of the sc.oe, i played 15 to 'i. o I Havo you tasted Salem's new health ; food drink Cereo, (jet sample at tins it'o. tomorrow. ; Harley O. White mid family returned Sunday from a two weeks' enmpi:ir and automobile trip on the McKenie. The hich cost of living ns well ns the Cost it hir;h livine; were materially reduced by campion out duiini; the entire tiip. I Get our prices on all kinds of lum- ; her and builders supplies. Calls City-' Salem Lumber Co., lit!. S. U'th. I'lione' U- o - I ve wish to thank our. Irind friends ! who assisted us during our bereave ment, also the ladies of the Prinze-jt'len-.nnt lVint Social club. (Signed) .Mrs. W. Kobins, Mrs. .1. S. Taylor, lialph )?yal. BIDS FOR WOOD Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned until Kriday, duly 7, at -;0tl o clock, p. in., tor the delivery of one hundred twenty five (l-o) cords I of larce second I'towlh fir wood to oe delivered before October 1, It'lti. The court reserves the riht to reject anv or all bids. MAX fiKlll.HAR, ' County Clerk. June 21, -'S, .Inly 1 supplies at E. L. Stiff The armory has been secured for the i use of tho Salem Hifle club and the 1 first general drill will be held this ev ening at S o'clock. The work is just preliminary to the forming of a home guard anil all those who are interested ' in military tactics are invited to not 'only attend the drill tonight, but to take active part. I Millinery Sale, All goods at 1-2 i price. .Many new novelties included. The French Shop, 3,"iU State St. I 0 I . . Buster began yipping and growling and scratching at the door at midnight Sunday. Buster is a fox terrier owned ny v. . nice, wuo lives at t tipitni and Shipping streets. The terrior's master went out into the garden back of the house and found that the pup had treed a young possum. The biimhiiI had been living on berries and cherries apparently for several days as the gar den was devastated. Today Buster had an extra treat at dinner time. Of special Importance to ladies Is the milinery sale now opened at The French Shop. Large .stock, many new styles. 3.")!) Stato St. " , More than fourteen thousand permits for the importation of liquor will be the total to date for Marion county when the blanks now in the hands of the ex press companies and physicians are used up. Common carriers have used !),000 of this number. Whiskey, under the two quarts a month plan, seems to be the most popular importation. Ktlivl alcohol for external use will require 2,000 blanks while the same commodity on physicians' prescriptions will ac count for a thousand. For sacramental purposes liquor will need but 1,000 blanks. Presentation of the "housewives" and personal property bags which the ladies of Salem, under the nuspic.es of the Salem Patriotic, league have been making for Compnny M, will take place tomorrow at Oluckamns if the soldieis are still in camp. Should an order to move be received, the presentation w:ll occur at the Salem S. F. depot when tne troop (rain comes iu from the north. In event a delegation goes from 'lore to Camp Withycombe, Mrs. W. ). sseln. president of the society, states that spe cial rates can be secured for r,msr.or tation on the 1:27 train and lures all!,, : i . V. . , - " 1 i.iuit-s who run get uwny 10 join ine party. The citizens of Salem as well as the members of the Commercial club are expressing their satisfaction and appre ciation of the efforts of the several lodges that supported candidates for Cherry queen. From a lodge standpoint, it was not only the pleasure of support ing a candidate, but it was done in the way of lodge contributions to aid in the celebration. The lodges nssisting and spending their money in the contest are the Flks, Moose, Woodmen of the World, Modern Woodmen and the Uni ted Artisans. It is through the pa triotism of these lodges that $024.44 was placed in the hands of the commit tee to not only' properly costume the queen and her attendants, but to be used in the generul expenses. You can make , money by reading the Journal New- Today column. The Soldier Nimrod A true story Copelauil. eye in verse. By llerbe iirht specialist. t W Thompson was a soldier bold, Full six feet six he stood; lie had the strength of Hercules, I Hut his eyesight wasn't good. Jle loved his dear old Cucle Sain, lie loved his country's flag; And woe nnto the anarchist, Who called the same "a rag!" He ao loved to hunt and fish, A modem Nimrod he; Hut a limn should have good eyesight if I A .Nimrod he would be. One day he wandered in the wood, A deer! I p came the gun, ' Then when the smoke had cleared away, He saw what he had done. There lay a farmer's Jersey eow, A scene he ne'er forgot! The owner heard him shoot, and soon In linger reached the spot! He talked of law, and this and that, Hut Thompson meekly said, "I'll pay the price, my injured friend; Piav do not lose vour head." The soldier gave him forty-five, From out hia meager pnv Twus dear indeed for the soldier boy! ,.t Ami then lie walked uwny. He called on Dr. Copeland next, And had some glasses made. "1 want the very best," said he, "The very highest grade." Now- when lie sees a fanner's cow, He knows the brute on siht, He's well prcpnred for "greasers" too, If called upon to fitiht. He'd reconniite that Villa scamp A half a mile away, And hriii); him down with ease and trace. Nor have a cent to pay! Vr. Copeland takes Dr. Mendelsohn' place during the hitter's absence. Campers' Son '. MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1916. (Continued From Page One.) Idaho. Instead of coin? to Idaho, however, lie will return to his head quarters at San Francisco tonight. California About Ready .Sacramento, Oil., June 2(i. Four thousand national guardsmen are en camped here today making final pre parations for tiieir trip to the Mexican bonier. Nearly 1.O0U additional troops including several southern California units, have marched into the state fair1 grounds during the past 24 hours. Kverv man must Hm inii..nhit..,t . gainst small pox ami typhoid. This! work is now being rushed under the 11-1 rcction of army surgeons. At the same time, the militiamen are being sworn I into the regular service as rapidly as! possible bv Captain llanigan. i Among tne troops arriving here dur- ing Sunday were a batterv of field nr tillery and a hospital corps from Los Angeles, a body of cavalry from ita kersfield and the Fifth infantry. . The machine gun company of the Sixth infantry came in from San Fran cisco with its death dealing weapons on three trucks. The company brought more than the required fifty men, us it was beliPMvd some of them iniulit not be able to pass the federal pliys l ical examination. " j Companies M and B of the Sixth in-1 fan try arrived from San .lose carrying; huge bouquets of flowers. Roses hud been placed in the men's hats, ropes' of flowers twined urouud tiieir rifles I and on the locomotie of the troop! I train was a wreath of roses with cross-, I flags. ! Seven Artillery Companies San Francisco, June 20. With scv- !eu coast artillery c"Tr:j':i!::C.'5 iiiiuto- un expected orders, moving toward Mex- ico today, 10 companies were left to man the fortifications of San Francis ico bay. About N(." officers and men iwere included in the units which de parted. The first troop train started I south about 2:30 a. in. Two others fob 'lowed at dawn. The artillerymen arc mployed as infiuitrv and will proh ablv be used along the border near San Diego and Calexu-o. Orders for the move were sudden and absolutely unforeseen. Many members of the companies were on leave. A four p. in. the work of round ing up the artillerymen commenced. Orders for them to icport were read from the stage of every theatre. Au diences arose and cheered when the soldiers hurried away. At 11 p. m. heavily loadetl army wagons drawn by six and eight horse teams began clat terinf through the streets to tin' Southern Pacific station, One company went from Fort Bali , one from Fort Milcy and the other five from Fort Winfield Scott. ."Ca tional guardsmen may be used at the fortresses while tin' regulars are away. Prospect of War Keeps Stock Prices Lower I New York, June 20. The New- Vork iKvening Sun financial review today ! said : I Over Sunday .levelopments. pointing more strongly than ever to the likeli hood of war between this country and j Mexico, were not of a diameter to stimulate public buying, a feature of I which the professional clement took ad vantage of today is depressing the gen eral list. In the In the opinion of shrewd Wall Street observers, the market suf fered fully as much, if not oioir, fioni the meagerncss of outside participation and lack of support as it did Tnyji the inroads of bearish traders, who sought and found many weak spots both iiinonn , jjerxol, ut Idaho; .Indue H. 1). .vloitoni, standard railway shares and industrial of St. l.ouis, w ho held a North Cum spoei'ilties ' 1 i'"tt I'l'yi rturton Vance, of Kentucky. Iteiiorted efforts in the direction ot.au.i ruiuiiriuj;e oiuy, or .ew i oik mediation on the part ot Bolivia and sundry other of the South and Central American governments had little or no influence either upon sentiment or upon the reactionary tone of the market. I'iit prices were irregularly changed but. averaged lower. The feature at the outset was u violent break ill Com I'rodiicts common and preferred which .livlincd four to Id points respectively. j Prices weakened materially as theore II, inn advanced, specialties like Mexican I Petroleum, Mercantile Marine preferred land Industrial Alcohol leading the way. I Losses ranging from two to three I points or more reflected freely in the ! list in the early afternoon, i 1'n.iiroiiieeil weakness in issues like ' b'eadiug. Chesapeake and Ohio, Crucible 'steel, P.nl.lwiii Locomotive, I'liUcd t States Smelting. American Cnn and the j lihe, which have figured prominently in recent clicpie operations, indicated I pool litpiidatiou as the source of the selling iiioveinent. Sixtv Members Are ! Added to Moose Lodge i The local M lod" larger by 'about sixtv members jiirdny. Three score 'nut thioueli the de;. than it was Sat candidates were jiee work by the h rame to Salem i Portland team w for the purpose. ! Lodges from other cities were rep resented in the big parade Saturday evening by about three hundred dele gates. Three bands scTie luled to . ap pear in the parade were unable to be 'present as most of the musicians had gone to Clackamas with the militia. Heliel's Cherrybud band led the pa hade which passed through the down 1 town st reets. I Coventor Withyeomlie was kept from attendance by pr.ss ot business land Walter L. Tooe delivered an nil dress iu the governor's place. Acting ! Mayor -Mills welcomed the outside i lodge men iu a brief speech. Bids Are Opened For I Marion Hotel Annex Bids for the construction of a 4 room annex to the Marion hotel were opened today by the Capital invest ment company ns follows SoutUwick & Heudrick .1. F. Mollencop fM.ii.-.uu l i.u''Hi.iio Van l'atton & Son 1 .. .H5 .Wit.li! lalhyniple i Huley $1 H!'l.i'0 ILL RESERVED FREE "Cereo" Substitute for Coffee To Be On Tap Here For Three Days For three days beginning tomorrow; I morniuir at 10 o'clock, the people ot Salem and especially the housekeeper!) will be given an opportunity to drink and pass judgment on a drink that may yet make Salem famous, This drink will be made known to the wn,l, as "Cereo" and is mainline- tared in Salem, it will be served free !at the offices of the Portland liailway, ! Light anil Power company. State and : Commercial street, the company having ! given the "Cereo" plant permission to . use their offices, just to help along I u Salem institution. j "Cereo" is a drink that it is claimed ! will take the place of coffee. It is not i only palatable but is nutritious, made I entirely of rye, vegetables and barley. ! It is claimed to be not only a health i builder but that it w ill assimilate with other foods. Another good point, is that. "Cereo" really has a pleasant flavor, which cannot, be said of many substitutes for coffee. There is noth ing in it in the way of a stimulant, its ingredients being rather a nerve and i issue builder. This is a home manufacture and the yeople behind the enterpt ise are anx ious , that Salem folks should pass judgment on it. It will lie handled by all local grocers, (tne toaspoouful of "Cereo" is equal to three times the amount of other coffee substitutes. The plant on Sotilh Commercial street has a capacity of 1 1 IOO piniuds daily and it is expected that this capacity will soon be doubled. They are packing for free distribution, lo0, OOO samples. For the past thirteen years. Dr. F. C. Hagcl has been experimenting with compounds of a vegetable nature that could be made into a substitute for 'coffee. The company handling it be lieves this substitute has been found, one that is really of greater liu". lit ions value than other coffee substitutes. Anyhow, they ask the public . to sample packages at the office of Portland liailway, Light A: Power fice and sample the new- drink. get the of- Refused to Take Part In Secret Session Perkins Represents Hughes Chicago. June 20. John X. Parker of Louisiana, progressive nominee for vice-president and the national com mittee men from six states bolted the meeting of the national committee this afternoon after Colonel Roosevelt's let ter supporting Charles K. Hughes was read. Parker left the committee room fol lowed by Henry F. Kochens. of Wis consin: A. T. Moon, of Utah: J. M. In- They refused, they said, to become participants to a secret session of the committee. They have been voted iIohjj by a large majority on a resolution to make the meeting an open one. The secrecy was imposed, it was rum ored, when George W. Perkins inti mated he had a confidential message from Hughes to the progressives. Parker and his adherents were said to be ready to return to the meeting at any time it was made an open one. Mathow Hale, of Massachusetts, act ed as chairman of the committee. Com mitteeman Victor Murdoch is in Cali fornia. Pinker made public telegrams before he left the session showing lioosevclt hail asked him to confer with him and that he had refused and also made pub lic a letter offering to withdraw from the vice-presidential candidacy in event the proiirossivos would name a "stn.nf ticket." Riotous Scenes. Amid riotous scenes at the mectin.c; of the progressive committee this aft ernoon. Victor Murdoch of Kansas, was - piaeeii in ni.niniauon lor the presidency progressive ticket bv Bainbridge of New York. Colby's action folkiwed the commit tee's decision to necept Colonel Roose velt 'a declination of the progressive nomination as final. It was Colby who nominated Hoesevelt tit the progressive convention. Muidock's nomination was seconded by Judge Nii.'toni, of St. Louis. Uavinond Uobius, who was chairman of the convention, leaped to his feet. "Have you Murdoek's consent, to run .' " he asked. "No, but I haven't his refusal eith er," said Colby. The committee late this afternoon defeated. ::i to l.", a plan to nominate Victor M unlock of Kansas, for the presidency. The defeat of M unlock was believed to have eliminate, I any pos sibility of a progressive ticket in the P.Uti race. Miss Dorothy Holland left for Spo kane last Saturday to spend the summer with relatives, she was accompanied as far as Portland by Mrs. Kae Holland, Miss Kluaheth Jones and Miss Mvrtle u-....... 1.. .. i n: ... i.- i -ii i uv... in mm. .ms rvioiwoiiio win remain iu J'ortlaiid. having accepted a position in the inu-ic store of Rush & Lane. The ompnnv will take into consi.l oration the bids and int. make an , avvar.l until all details of materials to ). used and methods of construction thorough I v investigated. 1 ure MILL CITY AUTO STAGE Daily Between Salem, Stayton, Mill City and all wty Points. Leaves Mill City 6:15 a. m.; Stayton 7:45, Salem, 8:15. Return, leaves Salem 4:30 p. n titayton 5:45; Mill City 7:20. Phone 13 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. r?iv us a visit. j SALEM TAXI Cars of any kind for any pbic at any time. Office, Bligh Hotel PHONE 700 ttQBEBa NEW HOUSTON HOTEL Sixth and Everett streets, Port land, Ore.. 4 blocks from Union Station. Under new manage ment. All rooms newly deco rated. SPECIAL KATES BY WEEK OE MONTH. Hates: ."oc. Toe, $1, $1.50 per day' He couldn't see a thing if you placed it right un der his nose. Familiar saying. If YOUR sight is THAT defective, get glasses. Get them from us and with them Serv ice that makes our glasses the better. Miss A. McCulIoch, 208-9 Hubbard Bldg., Phone 109 SHURON The RESIDENCE PARLORS Licensed Lady Assistant Moderate Pricet Perfect Service Latest Methods Are Found Only At Cottage Undertaking Parlors Phone 724. Salem, Ort. When In SALEM, OREGON, tc it I BLIGH HOTEL i Strictly Modern Free and Private Bath BATES: 75c, 1.00, 11.50 FEB DAT .The only hotel in the business district. Nearest to all Depots, Theatres irl Capitol Buildings. A Home Away From Home. ; T. Q. BLIGH, Prop. Both Phones. Free Auto Eos. ! NEWPORT-NYE BEACH Automobile Passenger and Bag gage Transfer Furnished Tent9 and Cottages... Correspondence Promptly Answered L. D. PICKENS, Box 274 STENOGRAPHERS I Why Not Use Columbi QUALITY Caibcn7 Hade In Oregon 100 Copies Guaranteed from Each Sheet Columbia Carbon Fa?er Mfg. Oo. 33rd k Ercadway, Portland, Ore, Try Capital Journal Want Ada. Ml Ml !