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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1916.
Tomorrow's Big Sale
Our No. 801 st
A Sale of "Lynat" Hat Liiungs-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 JOc Each
See the window display. Sale starts at 8::)0.
Special. Sale of Women's Summer Vests 3 for 50c
Here are light, cool, ribbed Vests especially
fashioned for stout people a new, attractive
style that will appeal to all women. Extra special
value 3 Vests for 50c
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
r I 1
Steering Committee Led By'
Crane, with Hughes,
New York, .lune 27. William K.
WiUcm of Now York was this after
noon named chairman of the repugli
ean national committer.
Tim sc.ectiim ot Willcox was an-1
iiounced follwing a 43 minute confer
eao.e between candidate Charles Kv
jins Hughes and tiie steering committee
of rhe national committee headed by
W, Miiirnj' Crane of Massachusetts.
WlHcok first came into prominence
as the most likely candidate for
Hughes campaign director two weeks
iiHirinv nun inn mi nr I 0,1,m h"v ,,t'""
iiiLtUA hmmm ur
Served on Hearst Newspapers as Religious Editor
and Travels Over World In Search of News
RORF.nT PA UK EH MILKS, who Is brought to the Chautauqua thin year,
waft the confrere of liludslone, Pope l.eo Mil. ami many other of tun
great clmriioler of modem limes, both lu this country and Kuropv. As
reformer, traveler and "uplift" editor of the sreattst chain of newspaper In
the world. Jr. Miles la equipped wit ii a fund of (list hand Information seldom
experienced III one inan'i career. Ah an orator Dr. Miles Is distinguished for
Ilia dramatic power to vlsually.e the fanloin clnirncters ami event of llie uaat
generation, with which he Is no thoroughly familiar.
At Salem Chautauqua which opens, We dnnday, July 12.
Others have been mentioned as pos
sibilities anil various state leadeM
have urged "favorite sons" but Wril
i 'in has generally been considered most
likely to bo the final selection since
his name first appeared. Willcox was
formerly chairman of the New York
public service commission.
He was the first man to call on
Hughes at his hotel here when the can
didate came to New York following
his nomination and resignation Jroil
the supremo bench,
The new chairman is n idose person
al friend of Hughes. He formerly was
postmaster of New York and later was
appointed by Hughes, when the, latter
was governor of New York, to become
chairman of the state public utilities
While iViiicox has been compara
tively active in republican politics, he
has never figured prominently as a
member of the so-called organization
crowd. He has belonged to the Hughes
group of republicans in New York
He is an attorney with offices in New
York and is a member of the Union
League anil New York Yacht chili. Ho
was born at Smyrna, X. Y, and is uo
ALL OVER GLOBE
All Around Town 1
1 I I.I I, I H
: COMING EVENTS t
June 28. Meeting of Salem
Patriotic League, 2 p. in. 1
.rune 20;iO. Women 's Homo l
Missionary conference First
. Methodist i-li 11 1 -li .
He June lit). P.cnefit sales .lay for
Ladies Auxiliary Spanish
July 3 All Oregon Orange ral-
ly, Ha I em.
July 3. Annual Cherry fair.
July 4. Fourth of July cele-
brution. State i'nir grounds.
July 4. Indiana society annual
picnic tit State Fair grounds.
July 12-18. Salem Chautauqua.
July 19. Monthly meeting of
July 20. Wisconsin society re-
union at State fair grounds.
July 20. Southern Pacific rail-
4c way men's picnic, State Fair
tfi sfc fc rfc s(c Jc fc sjc sjc sc ?c
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glasse
jb correctly. U. S. Bank. Bid,;.
The question of station facilities at
Wren on the C. & K. will be discussed
at a meeting of the public service
commission to be held June SO.
Call at our store before you buy your
tents, awnings, or outing supplies,,
K. L. Stiff & Son.
The law firm of Mclnturff & Mc
I ii t ur t r has moved its office from the
Hush Si linryninn building to room
12 o the Mniphv building, Stale and
Our prices are, right, no reduction
necessary. Gardner & Keeno, jewelers
G. W. Eyre has asked the city for
permission to erect a cattle corral at.
the S. P. depot. Thero is a corral
there now but apparently this is in
adequate to handle Mr. Eyre's busi
ness. While others are reducing we are
increasing our Btock. There's a rea
son! ask us. Gardner & Keene, jewel
erg and opticians.
The Orpheus male chorus will go to
Silverton tomorrow evening, giving a
concert at the Gem theatre. Oscar
Steelhainmer as n soloist and K. Cooke
Cat ton as a slight of hand artist, will
We can save you money on furniture
a full line of new and used furniture
nt money saving prices. K. L. Stiff
Dance at Rickreall will he given
next Saturday evening by the West Sa
lem baseball team. Tiie boys hope to
carry several truck loads with them
from West Salem to assist in having n
Wanted to rent modern 5 or 6 room
; furnisiied house or lower flat by re
sponsible partv. Enquire 20!' Marion
Threatened with a shutdown through
i shortage of cars to handle its prod-
net, the sawmill at Summit, has appeal
ed to the state public service cominis
j siou. The matter has been taken up
with the S, J', railroad.
See us before you figure on your bill
I of lumber, w e can save you money on
jail kinds of building materials. Falls
CitySalcm Lumber l'o., a lit S. 12th.
The Oregon Electric railway com
Ipnnv lias notified the state public per
jvice commission that tt proposes to in
stall a crossing signal in the form of
'a bell at the point where the track
J crosses tiie highw ay at Waconda.
i Turner is preparing to hold a hig
! Fourth of July celcbiatiou witn all
I the regulation old time features, in
I eluding the best oratory in t lie valley.
, For those who enjoy exercise, there
will be a big bowery dance during the
, afternoon and evening.
The attorney general has furnished
i informal ion concerning the "full
Jcrow" legislation relating to railroads
i in Oregon. A county-wide inquiry into
ithe subject is being instituted by the
New Jersey stale clmmber of coin
! incrrf .
Miss Vera Kitchner, the new organ
ist at the Oregon thcjitte. was former
ly a Salem girl. She left here several
years ago taking up the study of music
in the east and in Europe. Before
coming to Salem she was with one of
the I'ortland moving picture houses.
The Rev. Harry E. Marshall is in
the city, leaving this evening for a
week's evangelistic work at Junction
City. After the close of the Junction
City work, Mr. Marshall will spend
about n niorth resting in Snleni, Mrs.
Marshall and son are visiting relatives
at Unig Beach.
Word was rceived this morning that
the three wandering Salem Elks, A.
L. Wallace. Milo Itnsmussen and Y. K.
Slater had arrived In Los Angeles. Mr,
Wallace will stav in Los Angeles. The
other young men are now ou their way
to Detroit where they expect to lo
cate. ' -
Major WTute had some doubts at
lns Digit's council meetiug. Appli
cation had been made to erect a tent
on the let next lo Ye Liberty theatre
to be used as a shooting gallery. On
past occasions permits hnve been is
sued and the council Inter found that
pretty jubtsantinl buildings hud been
put up. This time the couucil will
take no chances but will investigate
Crew of Boat Fires Shots In
Return and Police Are
Called to Docks
Several shots were fired by the
crew of the steamer l'oiuona last night
in beating off an attack by a baud of
thus who greeted the arrival of the
river boat at the Trade street dock
with a volley of stones.
As near as can be ascertained by
toe police, six or more men hid around
the lumber piles and buildings on the
docks awaiting the anival of the boar.
The opinion lias been expressed that
the men came up from Portland with
the express purpose of attacking the
i'atrolnien Victor and Howe respond
ed to a call for help seat in to the
station but the attacking party had
disappeared when they arrived on tiie
scene. The attack, which is an echo
of the longshoremen's strike now in
etiect at all coast pons, is the second
occurring within the past few weeks.
A committee from the city will meet
with the countv court to make ar
riingenients for taking care of depend
ents of those leaving with the Third
regiment tor San licgo today. With
the head of the family gone to war
some households will have a hard time
of it unless the authorities provide re
lief. Cherry growers are considerably
alarmed o'er the continued showers as
the Koyal Anns are beginning to cra-k
badly. There is a 'splendid crop this
year and picking has just begun. Only
good weather during picking- is needed
to insure profitable returns to the grow
ers who are getting five cents a pound
at the Salem canneries for Koyal Anns.
Fire patrol assessments axe legally
, levied even though the county court ne
glects to put tliejn on the tax roll if the
list is tinned over to the assessor and
' he puts thcni on the mil, Attorney (lon-
Iernl Hrnwn held, in a reply to a fpiery
from State Forester Klliott . Also, says
Hrown. tax collectols can accept pay
ments us a charge on their books.
The Moose hall will be the scene of
rejoicing tonight at the general re
ception to be given Miss Kstelle Wil
son, ipieeu ot the Cherry lair. The
.ooose, nssisted by the United Artisans
Woodmen of the World and Modem
Woodmen endorsed Miss Wilson and
were active in raising funds necessary
to elect, nt the meeting tonight the
maids of the queen will be selected.
The question of whetuer or not
Marion county will make payments
under the widows' pension law will be
decided in the near future in the su
preme court. Two cases now before
the court, Kva M. Wolfe and Mary L.
Fiuley against Marion county, have
been ndvauced on the calendar, iioth
involve the same principles and an in
teresting -argument is expected con
cerning the payment of back pensions
A request has been made by Mrs.
Fred S. Itynon and Mrs. "S. (.'. Hyer
that all the ladies who have been pre
paring lunches for the soldier boys and
also the comfort kits, bring them to
the Southern Pacific passenger depot
by " o'clock. This will give them a tu
ple time to prepare all packages and
arrange for the quick distribution.
The company is ordered to leave Clack
ainas at -I o'clock. The train will stop
here about ten minutes.
The funeral of A. G. Newsom who
died yesterday morning- in the St. Vin
cent 's hospital. Portland, will be held
Wednesday nl'teruoon at - o'clock
from the chapel of Rigdou ami Rich
ardson. The services and burial will
be under the auspices of the Salem
lodge No. Soil. H. P. . Klks. assisted
by the Rev. R. F. Tisc'oer of the Uni
tarian church. Ilnrial will be in the
Mausoleum at the City View cemetery.
All Klks are requested to attend the
services, meeting first at the lodge
rooms nt l:itO o'clock. F.Iks are re
quested to bring their automobiles.
ttovemor Withyconibe has accepted
the invitation of Hcujamiu Hrick. di
rector of the publicity and convention
department of the Commercial club,
to be his guest Chcnv fair day, July
3. The governor will crown tiie Cher
ry fair queen, Miss Kstelle Wilson, and
take unit in the day's festivities. All
committees are requested by Mr. Uriels
to not to fail to attend the meeting
tomorrow evening at the Couiniercial
club, for a last report. This meeting
is the final one, and Mr. Brick urges
a full atteudance in order that the
lit of pri.es may be properly prepar
ed and the finishing touches put on
for the gland celebration.
PormerW an official ostal guide
.was a sedate looking volume costing so
much that only corporations ano man
order houses could afford to own one.
.now trie postal autnoriTies in iinsuiug-
Iton believe that the guide should be in
the hands of just ordinary business
houses and even the common people who
like to know something about postof
fice. Hence, it may now bo obtained
for 7,1 cents, bound in black cloth, with
monthly nupplcnients to follow. For the
small sum of 10 cents a copy in paper
back may be obtained by leaving this
amount with the postmaster and wait
ing until a dub ot 10 can be formed.
Kory postoffiee address in the coun
try i given in the official guide.
Bead Capital Journal Want Ads.
Salem and Portland Lawyers
Break Law by Scrapping
Attorney Grant Corby and Attorney
-V. S. Richards are nursing no ill feel
ing today as a result of a mixiip in
Judge Galloway's court last evening
during the hearing of habeas corpus
'proceedings instituted by Mrs. Agnes
I'lirdin to secure possession of an eight
year old child now making its home
with Mr. and Mis. .1. G. Flake of this
Richards interrupted Colby while
the latter was addressing the court and
the Salem attorney became somewhat
ruffled. So mr.rli so, in fact, specta
tors aver, that C ;bv ilf'-rcd to whip
th I'ortlaudei' if the latter would
observe the amenities by coining out -
Kvidently a believer in a strong of -
tensive as' the best means of defense,
Richards, report has it. jumped up and
wailed in. hitting Coibv a number of
j Court Reporter .Ranch. Deputy iioyer
jaiiil the court itself took a hand in tiy
i ing to restore order. To Flake, Cor
bv's client, goes the honor of break-
! ing up the fight, for he caught Rich-1
j arils and forced him back over a seat, j
Mrs, Flake swooned.
I The court imposed a fine
I'oiiland man which was
to the I
when the latter apologized
'.judge and to Coibv for his
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IIIIMI'. X UK illlOlU',.? I'.lll'tl llUllil.1. j
The suit was almost lost sight of in .
the rumpus but Judge Gallowav ad-!
vised that it be taken into the Wash-
Highlit county courts which issued tliei,
i viiit; the child to Mrs. 1'iinlin. '
TODAY'S BALL SCORES
11. II. E.
ing, Diimoiu and Henry; Cald
well and .unamaker.
koff a n. I Carroll; Ruth
r. n. i:.
Williams and Schalk; Bagby,
ton and O'Neill.
First game R.
:St. Louis "
Uubuc and Haker; Weilinau
I) . t
W. JI. K.
Ffoston :1 11 1
Philadelphia 0 5 0
Barnes and Oow.ly; Alexander, Hea
der and Killifer, Burns.
First iriimn t o. JI. f"
0 3 0
1 0 X
4 VI I
lo io l
and Cibson; Sea
Fisher. Jt. II. K.
S !l 1
2 7 4
ton, Prendergast and
jst. Louis ...
! Superintendent WadswortlT
Goes to California
! Superintendent 11. K. Wadsworth of
t the Salem Indian Training sehool,ill
exchange positions with Superintendent
;llarwood Hall, of San Jacinto, Cali
! fomia, the exchange to take place at
Mr. Wadswoith with his two sons,
I Heliner and Lou ry. will leave for San
Jacinto tomorrow. Mrs. Wadsworth
and daughter Agnes will remain at
'Chemawn a short time in order that
I'M is. Wadsworth may be for a time un
der the special treatment of the
( heinuwn physician,
t Mr. Wadsworth says that it i with
ithe greatest regret he leaves the W'il
ilamctto valley and his interesting
' work at Chemawa and the exchange is
made entirely on account of the health
Mrs. Wadswo'th. He also expresseu
his appreciation ot the imtny
shown him and his family
j charge at Cheiuawa.
! Mr. Hall, the new superintendent, i
l a man of great experience in Indian
; work. The many improvements plan
' ned will be carried out iu addition to
others which Mr. Hall will inOTTe.
and Bride Murdered
i I'olumbus, X. M., Jue 27. William
jTarker ud his bride of three months
werp murdered in their bedroom by
j Mexican bandits who raided the l'ark
!er ranch southwest of Hachita at 4 a
Im. todav. ColonM Waterman of the
border patrol at Hachita confirm. the
i reports of the raid in an official st-fC-';
meat declaring the defenseless Amer-
l ican ranchman and his wife were .nuir -
I dered litter trie .Mexicans- nou..-.!
i hotiso with bullets. The raiders es -
raed bu' k to Mexico with ol ark-
I Our circulation is coming up '!ire sufficiently fed and well treated,
j and aim growing read thiThey have aa'iplo room for .Tier.Ne.
I paper Md yo gueei tt reason. Am 'assured there is no danger for their
FLORAL SOCIETY TO
All Members Requested to
Bring Flowers and Assist
In Work Sunday
The responsibility of having the arm
orv iimiicilv decorated for the Cherry
nice next .uoimay uas ueen
assumed by the Salem Floral society. At
their meeting last nignt, all members
were requested to bring flowers and
shrubs and to assist in the decorations
Sunday aud Monday morning. The ex-J
tent to which the armory is decorated;
will demonstrate to the people of Sa-j
lem what can be done by a properly
supported floral association and for this;
reason the society wishes the co-opera-i
tion of ail its members.
Instead of arousing aaiagonism. thel'
1 letters sent out by the society have;
been received in the best of spirit, rc-
! suiting in the improvement of several
1 homes aud vacant lots. These letters;
! suggested improvements in the general'
condition ot varus and parking;-
Besides decorating the armory, the.
floral society will be represented in the
auto parade and in order that it niay
bo appropriately represented, -Mrs. F.d
ward Tallman was appointed chairman
of a committee. She will select her
own assistants. j
Mrs. John Miato volunteered to assist
the decorating committee In charge of
the armory and will place a special;
exhibit of Knnglish Iris, sweet peas ainF
roses. Her exhibits will not compete
for prizes. ' 1
"We want .1.000 members." This is I
the new slogan of the societv ami in
order that a membership campaign may
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ed and when worn by young ladies at j
the armory will indicate their willing-!
ness to take the names of new mem-'
hers along with the two bits annual
The society will have a booth at the
armory and it is from this booth the
young ladies will sally forth in their
efforts to I'l'iug tiie membership up to
the coveted 1.000.
2 Latin American League of
Buenos Aires Sends Tele
gram of Sympathy
By Charles P. Stewart.
(United Press .-taff correspondent.)
Buenos Ayres, June -7. A lengthy
telegram expressing sympathy of the
l.atin-Aiueric an league was forwarded
io viciieini iarrau.a louav, lonowing
a meeting held here lasf night. Several, v,,,,,.,,,, ','or ',,,,. firM, an( aU (,f
pro-Mexican speeches were made, tire j rhe ,,,,,. ,,., luis ,.nUil.:J.
orators charging the existence ot an ox-j ,,,, fm. with 'th ,x,.e,,,ion ,,f some of
paus.oinst party .,. the n.ted .States e , .,,.;. At '. rn,sell v"
with designs on all South America. l.-.U-s the totol supply of blackberries.
ioreign Minister M.urature has re-j ot ,,, Mt, wiU
ceive.i a communication from toreign 'b( , ,h )rvlli,ills iccs, ,:1s
ecivtary Agailar ot Mexico, intimating j Ml. H(J,t A, ',u, snvs . , ,,.,,,
that rrcsidcut A llson s decision to pa j ,.,,,.,. ,e n, ,,e aMo J lstt.llo the.
sue n strong policy toward Mexico ,s L miU, I ,.,,,, f ,l,c eomniunitv on the
only tor political purposes. ,.,.,,,. ,.,; ,
outli American governments 'on-! . . i ..i . i . i j .
linue to exchange messages with refc
once to mediation proposals.
It was semi-officiallv hinted toda
oei-,,'aioos. errain smaller gocer
also accused of indiscreet in-
South Americans Active.
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...i'umiihi.i ,,i it (i.-ii lie on
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ii.i,, o i' liu'i'noi vTeio-iiu .iiian.a urg
ing release of 17 Amciicau troopers,
held prisoners at Chihuahua City, it j
was learned today. ' i
These diplomats pointed out to Car
rniiMi the diplomatic expediency of do
ing this if he is sincere in his expressed
desire to prevent war. Since there is no :
war yet. the capture. I men are not pris. 1
oners of war, the diplomats pointed out. !
and cannot legally be held on that:
Technically, it is understood, they can
be considered in the same class with
Mexican soldiers entering United
States territory, but it is 'considered
probable the Mexican government will
take this attitude.
C A. Barr of Riverside drive brought
to the Capital Journal office todav a
limb of a cherry tree several feet in
length that was simply loaded with I
cherries.' It gives you an idea of the
great crop this year in the vicinitv of
Soldiers Are In Prison
at Chihuahua City
! .Washington. June :7.-Tw eutvone i "f """'P ''. 'nt was runi7
I - ,, V . ' '" ' , at t o .per niniiiitain in .tosei.lnue cone.
, mate two sergeants, and one white tv ,,!,' ,.onttv . The stamp.,,, II
, nte pietcr, sHivn-ors ot the Carnal ,l mine are located about 25 mibm
I battle, are interned in the M-nitentinrr I r....,. t-. .:o i ...
nt Chihuahua Citv, th
consul there telegraphed
embassy this afternoon,
no 'danger of their lives,
of the men are wounded.
They are in
he said. Two
Both are re
No meution was niade of a' command
ing officer. The message which was
delivered to the state department:
"Ther? are. twenty-one privates and
two sergeants of Tenth cavalry and one
white interpreter interned in the tn'ni-
l "Ther? are. twenty-one privates nndi
rwo sergeuius ot lertn cavalry and one
lwbite. interpreter interned in the peni-
( teutiary. Pwo are slightly wounded, ' are in the Juarez jail this afternuon.
one through the shoulder and the otherlThev were presumably captured after
j through the knee. Both recovering'
land receiving medical attention. They
MILL CITY AUTO STAGE
Salem, Stayton, Mill City and all way
Points. Leaves Mill City 6:15 a, au.;
Stayton 7:45, Salem, 9:15.
Keturn, leaves Salom 4:30 p. mo.
Stayton 5:45; Mill Oity 7:20.
The Korean Restaurant
is now opened in our new loca
tion at 110 1-2 Com'l street.
Kverything new and clean. AH
kinds of Chinese and SpanUh
dishes, l'av us a visit.
Cars of any kind for any place
at any time.
Office, Bligh Hotel
Latest Methods Are
Found Only At
Phone 724. Salem, Om.
Automobile Passenger and Bag
Furnished Tents and Cottages...
L. D. PICKENS, Box 274
Kugene Cuard: J. (). Holt has ai
' ranged to operate the Creswell Fl'oit
j company in order to fill the orders for
; canned fruits that he is unable supply
j from the output of the Kugene can
' nery. The local plant is already' work-
ing to its full capacity canning chol
ines to fill a large order that was io-
i . , i.,.. . , n .
louiiitten iio'iig ine uiin- j'kiii .in ... i,
1 Kugene concern, the fiuit growers' :
sociation bearing the expense of the
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Lake County Kxnniiner: Shearing is
now in full swing in this section of t!,e
enu nt iv. with three corrals nt woik.
I These are the Wilson corrals, in charge
of Con Breen
Reynolds and Hankies
and Nick Barrv, at the.
i near the
old Ambrose cot nils. The propriel
of these corrals have installed niaclun- .
run by gasoline engines. The Wilcox
corrals are equipped with li machines,
but an additional five will be added in
the near future. Reynolds and llan
kins have a like number, while Nik
Barry has 111. Twenty machines wdl
lie able to shear about M.UOO sheep u
day. Wool is now being hauled ii to
tow n and w cighed.
Ashland. Ore.: Ashland ex ts lo
entertain at least ."0,000 people on July
4. !5 and 0. at the foimal opening of a
magnificent park, which has cost the
city over 2.-)0.0Iiii, and the setting for
Ashland's famous lithia and soda and
sulphur springs, now highly developed
and placed at the disposal of the pub
lic. The big feature is a reproduction
of the Pendleton Roundup, a .410.000
attraction, under the tiaine of the
Rogue River Roundup. A tract of hi ml
adjacent to the city has been secured
for race track and arena, and a vest
nnipithenlro is being preoarcd. A f io -hour
show will be given daily.
Astorian: An echo of early day min
ing in Oregon is a paperweight recent. v
presented to .lust ice Webster by C. W.
Buekner a block of wood from the b. 1
i i. oui .-loins i u sr., uie mill lien u us. ,
to prepare the ore for shipment to the
, smelter. Justice Webster .,.,. l. .
some of the ore was packed overland -to
the const and shipped to Wales for
smelting. It yielded Mime gold, copper
and other metals.
Two More at Juarez.
I r.i raso, l exas, .lane .7. Two ne-
gro troopers 0f the Tenth U. S. ca v airy
the Carrizal fight. Mexican authoritien
I in Juarez, retusn to make know n their
names. The men probably will be sent
'to ( hihuahua Citv and jailed with the
American priouers already