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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOI RNAL, SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY. JUNE 30, 1916.
Final Seasonend Clearance of Women's and Misses' Ready Wear
We do not intend to carry a garment over the season and have reduced prices regardless of profit. Your
chance, to obtain new, stylish wearables at big sayings.
All New Spring
1 Navy Taffeta Suit, size
::6, silver button, taffeta
loops, plaid collar, $19.85
1 Navy Taffeta Suit, file
silk, citron collar, yoke
skirt, size 40, ....$16.25
1 Champagne Taffeta Suit
shirred skirt flared cape
collar, size :)8 ....$19.85
1 Crushed Strawberry
Taffeta Silk Suit, cord
ornaments, size :J8, $17,35
1 Peacock Blue Taffeta
Silk Suit, silk and cord
ornaments, size :!8, $17.85
1 black Serge Suit, plain
tailored, Matzen model,
$::0.00 value, size 42, $JQ
1 green Serge Suit, black
taffeta trimmed, flared,
si :'.6 $9,95
1 Tan Serge Suit, ' navy
blue, embroidered, maize
stripe lined, copy of
French model, size 08,
1 Poplin Suit, Copenhagen
Blue, fancy cut, button
trimmed, size 44, $H.95
1 black Serge Suit, pad
dock style, satin linerj,
1 black Serge Suit, flared
model, size :S8, ...$H.95
1 black Serge Suit, front
belt, button trimmed,
Special Rack of Skirts,
values to $12.50, semi-annual
clearance price $4.95
Special Prices on Chil
dren's Coats and Dresses.
Special. Rack of Ladies'
and Misses' Coats, values
to $1:1.85, clearance
Special prices on Kimonos.
Special prices on Ladies'
and Misses' Silk Dresses.
Sale for Tomorrow and
TAFFETA SILKS--36 inches wide
Season's newest stripe and check
patterns former prices up to $2 yd
Two Day Sale Price $1.19 yard.
A Sale for Men
Your choice of any Straw or Panama
Hat in stock including our entire
Spring and Summer shipment
Take your pick Price
A Sale of Batiste (or
Summer Waists, Dresses
White and light colors in stripe
Dot and flowered designs.
Extra value for tomorrow and
Monday . . 12y2c yd.
Women's Summer Vests
3 for 50c
You take no chances when you purchase
here. Our Reputation of 37 years in
Salem guarantees every purchase.
Big Assortment of
Jack Tar Middy Blouses in many
styles, Kahki Clothing excellent for
coast or mountains, Bathing Suits
and Caps in the season's newest ef
fects, Sweaters of style and durable
quality many pretty colorings, In
dian Robes and Steamer Rugs in a
variety of designs. You can save
money on all your other vacation
needs too if you purchase at Meyers
MINISTER TO CHINA
Tokyo, Juue :!(). Baron llayushi has
been appointed Japanese minister to
China, it was announced today. It in
expected that llnyashi will make an ef
fort to bring a settlelement of the dif
ferences between warring factions in
HOESES TURNED OVER
Washington, June 30 The horses mid
equipment belonging to the American
prisoners arriving at Juarez from Chi
huahua City yesterday will be turned
over to the American authorities today,
according to the promise of (lenerul
(ionzales, General Bell reported to the
war department today.
BIG BILL PASSES
I Washington, June :itt. The L'",H)(t.
I (JOO fortifications bill, including a
$7.")it,()0tl item for the purchase of John
! Hays Hammond Jr. 's niido device In
! control torpedoes, this afternoon was
'passed by the senate and transmitted
j 10 the presiden.
H. F. Mclnturff, sergeant of Com
pany .il, writes from the train, "some
where in California" that the boys
were all delighted wi'.h the number of
i remembrances given them ilunng their
I 1,") minutes stay in Salem, lie writes:
"l felt so bud iu not seeing you and
i all the other girls that I am hardly
over it yet, whieu pciHaps expresses
the individual opinion of all the bov .
who missed seeing some of their iiest
f fiends. The address of the home
company is Company il, Fort Kose
crans, San Diego.
Crowning queens is to some extent
out of the regular line of business for
Salem folks, and for this reason, in
order that the crowning may be done
gracefully, a rehearsal will be held
sometime tomorrow', iiyor White is
l,;il.l t.il:., iiiii't in tlie ceremonies.
although the governor will place the
'crown on the fair brow of Queen Ks-
telln. -Mayor wane win piescin me
freedom of the city, and with this free
dom will go ii large golden key. The
key is now in preparation and will be
readv for service Monday morning.
Life on the rolling sea on the battle
ship Philadelphia is the life for a
vonng man, according to liaymond An
derson, who is on a short leave of ab
sence, visiting his parents, ilr. and
Mrs. F. A. Anderson, on South Fif
teenth street, ilr. Anderson was for
....... i.. ., .., Iier of (Vmi'anv M. but
in the ii ii vv last March.
: , n I..,,.., I urith the life
is iiioi ,.- I III, I, (' " -
believes it would be a g I thing lor
any young man to take the training of
a lew wars, lie will return to the
battle ship July IS and will soon sail
Five days from Los Angeles to
southern Oregon muddy roads, is the
record made by an automobile party
registered today at the ilarion. lhe
traveling party is made up of .Mrs. .
F. Brant, daughter and son, and Air.
and Mrs. Harold Hayly, all of l.ns
ii"eles. The parte arrived last even
inland are just tiaveling for pleasure
somewhere to points in the northwest.
Their car is a !MI horse power Simplex
Harold Hayly was a classmate of Har
iv llofei'at' Stanford.
OUR CONSTANT AIM
Is to make this Grocery Store a
better one, a more desirable
source of supply, un efficient aid
to thrifty housewives. We aim
at perfection in all details, in
quality, price uud service. A
trip to our busy store will con
vince you that we can and do
sell Groceries ut a smaller margin
of profit than any store in the
Willamette. Jf not already a
customer we solicit an opportun
ity to please you.
Do you kiiow that you can buy
l.Sack of Bestr Valloy 1 IP
Flour at Damon's for if 1.1 J
4 lbs. o White Beans at or
Damon's for LoZ
1 10c pkg. oi Vetmecelll, Spa
ghetti, or Macaroni for Less.
White or Yellow Corn Q1
Ml, sack' OuZ
Heavy Jar Rubbers 1 p
2 dozen IDC
4 Dozen for 25c
1-2 Gallons .... 85c
4 Cans Milk .... 30c
1 Oallon Best Cider Oft
Vinegar for UC
A 10c can of Pepper, Ginger,
Allspice or Mustard
20c Dozen' 2 ao-tn 35c
Don't Pay More.
10 Loaves of Bread OC
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR
Our Best 35c Steel Cut
A fine 60c Broom
4 lbs. of fine Italian or
Primes for LjZ
3 lbs. of Sugar for.
Damon & Son
Phone 68. 85S N. Coin'l 8t.
We Deliver injr place In Salm
Save money in your house furnish
ings at K. 1.. Stiff & Son's.
The stock of the Chicago store will
be sold Saturday noon at the office of
K. I.. Sabin, in toe irorgau building,
Portland, by order of the V. S. dis
trict court. The sale must, later be ap
proved by the court.
If its building materials see us.
Falls City-Sulcm Lumber Co., .'till S.
12th St. Phono SKI.
The unfavorable weather has some
what delayed work on the municipal
piny grounds in the Albert pasture.
Several of the children were taking
advantage of the sunshine yesterday
and as soon as the weather permits,
additional play appralus will be placed
Now and used furniture for less at
F. I.. Stiff X Son's.
The G.uitcnbcin volunteer company
is now an active organization. Young
men who may feel the call, not lor en
listment, but for the pleasure of un
derstanding the 1'. S. army tactics,
may enlist at the office of attorney
Itcnjamin S. Via.
Extra Special for tomorrows buying
in millinery. The French Shop, :t.VJ
The Cherrian band will give a eon
cert at Monmouth Saturday evening
weather permitting. With the present
fruuie of mind of the weather man lhe
"weather permitting" is now to be re
garded as a part, of all out door events
Here's hoping for sunshine next Mon
day. Mtllliiery at cost urices during our
midsummer sale. The French Shop.
Excavations are being rushed for
the new annex to the ilarion hotel by
the contractors, Soulhwlck and Head
rich. The annex will be KM feet long
and X feet wide and will run palallel
with the Ferry street wing!. It will
he constructed as to form an inner
court with the main body of the hotel,
making all the rooms outside rooms. -
A timely sale of new add summer
millinery. Hats at cost price. The
French Shop, State St.
No admission will be charged at the
slale fair grounds on the Fourth. Al-1
though there was some talk at first j
of h ii admission charge, it was later;
decided to have everything free. There I
will lie a charge, however, tor seals tn
the grand stand and for the shows to
be put on by the Arnold carnival com
Attend the demonstration and learn
the merits of Cereo the new food
drink, Masonic llldg. opposite court
house, Saturday and Monday.
Business houses will remain open all
day .Monday, Cherry fair day. The
Fourth, being a national holiday, ev
erything will dose including the bands
The post office will make one morning
delivery, Monday, Toe express com
panies will hold their offices open
Tuesday morning until 11 o'clock.
Fill it at the
371 State St.
in the State
All Around Town
Dance tonight, Hersi Hall.
July 3 All-Oregon Grange ral
July 3. Annual Cherry fair.
July 4. Fourth of July cele
bration, State Fair grounds.
July 4. Indiana society annual
picnic ut State Fair grounds.
July 12 New York Society
picnic at stale lair grounds.
July 12-1S. Salem Chautauqua.
July Hi Salem Street Railway
excursion to Newport.
July 11). .Monthly meeting of
July 20 Wisconsin society re
union at State fair grounds.
July 20. Southern Pacific rail
way men's pi.'nic, State Fair
King Bing Deckebach of the Cher-1
rians demands the attendance of all
loya! vassals, dressed in raiment of
spotless white, at th Cherry fafr,
dance, to be given at the armory Mun-
day evening. The gi:.nd march will
( begin at ! o'clock, led by King Bingi
sc and lueeu Kstclla. " j
Attend the demonstration and learn .
'the merits of Cereo the new food
jiiring, itnsonic llldg, oposite court
: house, Saturdav and ilondav. 1
I ' o ' ' i
! The Salem Floral sncietv intmiti fn
make a creditable showing in the pa
rade Monday afternoon. In order that I
this mav be done, it will need an a-'
bundaiice of flowers for the decoration!
of automobiles. Those interested in the
society are reipiested to send flowers
to .Mrs. I'au .1. Fry on High street.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, tits glasse
es correctly. U. S. Bank. ISld0',
j Dance tonight, Hersi Hall. j
I The North Side Investment compa
;tiv of Silvcrtiin, with a capital stock I
'of ..".0(H today filed articles of in-;
corporation with the state corporation,
.department. .1. W. Thompson, L. Ilan-i
sou and Chester F.. Ko:-s are behind the
concern. Other incorporations were: I
'Portland Broom company, .flO.oiMi; K.I
C. Davis, Inc., Portland. f.",iiOo i
Letters and packages for members
of Oompunv M will be delivered to
them if addressed in ,-are of Foit Hose
craiis, San Diego, Calif.
Loganberry pickers wanted. Twelve
to fifteen more pickers are need tit I
Martin yard five miles south Phone Biggeset attraction of the Cherry1
41 jnueoO t-.lir i,.,,,!,,, s,,ri,,.s between Balling!
V 0 I ltradfords and l.oju for leadership of
jiuiwuuu ii.m, superintendent oi tne inter Citv league, .lulv L' il-l, league
grounds, (tames start ;! p. in. 2nd and
aiom imiian sciiotu at t liemawn, ar
rived in the city yesterday, succeeding
F. Wadsworrh who has been trans
ferred to San Jacinto. Calif. The
transfer was made for the benefit of
the health of Mrs. Wadsworlh.
Loganberry pickers wanted. Three
or four more families, l.ong season.
Camp five miles south, l'liono Carev P.
To assist in the relief work for the
benetit of families of soldiers really
needing help, mavor Harlev O, White
:ird and -:Jii p. in. the 4th. ,jnly3 ,
Earl Mangis, a brother of Fred E.
and K. J. Mangis enlisied in Company.
K. at Portland, passed through the!
city Thursday evening. The company!
to which he belongs was recruited
mostly from high school boys and col-j
lege students making it the voungest,
june'iO eompnnv from the age average in the!
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Unwrapping packages and eating of
Arizona Bill, the Scout, will arrive
in the city Saturday, traveling with
his burro pack train, on his way to
Portland and Seattle, and then back to
Washington, D. C. He recently passed
'across the Arizona desert to Sail Diego
and feels competent to give some pass
ing remarks on weather conditions in
I that part of the V. S.
Superintendent Hale of the state
j training school today went to Oregon
City to bring back Harold Collins who
violated ins parole. I ollins recently
gave a bad check for $l'ii) to liinus
Kenvvick of Silverton in payment for
a motorcycle. He was apprehended
while on the way to Portland on ad
vices from the Salem police.
The state board of control has made
awards fol' supplies for all state insti
tutions for the next six- months. Among
the Marion county firms which were
successful ill the bidding are Aumsville
Flouring .Mills. C. K. Cross & Son.
steusloff Bros., Kay ,. Farmer Hard
ware company, Salem Hardware com
pany. Cherry Citv Flouring Mills, W. S.
Fitts. Daniel -J. Fry, I). A. White &
Sons, and (ileason (Hove company.
Teachers who are not satisfied with
their jobs and salaries as well, might
rind it to their advantage to take a
civil service examination and qualify
for positions in the Philippines. The
government is advertising for teachers
in the Philippine islands and is willing
to pay from I'2U0 to bi0o a year.
lCxaniiiiat ions will be held in Seattle
August in and 1 1 and information re
garding same may be had at the local
Beginning toniomw, the Salem
Street b'ailway will inaugurate a new
time schedule. The State, Chemeketn
and Yew Park cars will leave from
State and Cniuniercial streets at five
minutes past the the hour, M minutes
past, :!"i minutes past and ,"0 minutes
past, and will maintain the same time
returning from the end of the lines.
The Seventeenth and Summer street
ears will run on their customarv schc.l-
gna"c read i1. feet above. Today the
river is :t.!l feet above. These figures
are official and are reported to the
district weather forecaster at Portland
by C, C. Ilrahani, agent of the Oregon
City Transportation company. The
Portland office makes its reports to
tiie P. S. department of agriculture at
At the (Juick Kxchange Auction
Jlarket tomorrow at l:.'tt p. m..
consisting of high class house
hold furniture, wagons, harness,
and horses, new sewing machine.
F. N. WOODRY, Auctioneer.
MILL CITY AUTO STAGE
Salem, Stayton, Mill City and all way
Points. Leaves Hill City 6:15 a. m.;
Stayton 7:45, Salem, 9:15.
Return, leaves Salem 4:30 p. m.j
dtayton 5:45; Hill City 7:20.
I The Korean Restaurant t
is now opened in our new loca
tion at 110 1-2 Cora'l street.
Kverything new and clean, All
kinds of Chinese and Spanish
dishes. Fay us a visit.
appointed a committee consisting of j the nninv good things presented them as
Mrs. (iefnge H. Hurnett, Mrs. A. X.; they passed through the city, occupied
Itusli and Mrs. T. It. Kay. They will, the time of the boys of Company il as
coopeiate with the Salem Social Ser-ithey sped southward through "alitor
vice Center, through the Commercial , nia, writes one of the boys wearing the
club. khaki. The day following their de-
I o pnrture nnd final reception in Salem
Baseball series for championship was suggestive of a Christmas oeca-Inter-City
league Salem league ground ion, so miinv of the boys were display
July 2 ;t 4. Hattling Hiadfords vs. Sa-; ing tokens of remembrances. Those who
lem. (in me start .1 p. m. 2nd and 3rd are familiar w ith conditions in the south
nnd 2:Jil p. m. 4th. july.t regard the assignment of our troops to
o Fort Kosoneruns n verv fortunate as
An exchange and sale of property weather condition there are ideal,
was made yes-'rday whereby Mis. VV. Along the Arizona, and New ilexieo
O. Asseln becomes the owner ef Hilt border, the weather is close to the 10d
acres of land in Montana, valued ut murk, w ith cool nights. Troops ordered
'i,HOO, and V. V. Faulkner takes pos-; to Brownsville, Texas, and Laredo,
session of 10 acres of orchard land near Texas, will find the weather conditions
ireswell. The sale wn handled by ! around But degrees above, both dny and
Win, (irabeuhorst & Co. 'night.
The firemen's volunteer band of Cor
vallis has been engaged by the state
fair board to furnish music on the
Fourth and to play for the dance dur
ing the afternoon and evening. The
organization will bring 2"i pieces. Ar
iivngomeiils were made last evening
by l. K. liraham, chief of the Cor
valli fire departmenT. The Arnold
timuseiuont company, having the con
cessions at the grounds will provide a
lancing floor and the juice of a dance
will be at tiie rate of one jitney per
Let us talk about the weather, the
kind wo have been experiencing dur
ing tiie month of Jure, now- that the
worst is over. The rainfall for the
month was l.:tl inches. Sixteen days
were clear and fourteen were cloudy.
During fourteen of the clear days, the
wind was from the north. Friday, the
Pith was the warmest day, with a
maximum temperature of !'l. The
coldest night was on the loth with a
minimum temperature of :!!, making the
average for tiie mouth, 'il.4 degree
above. The river was highest on the
Isth with a guiikie of s." feet, and low
est on the 21th and 2"th, when the
Cars of any kind for any place
at any time.
Office, BUgh Hotel
Latest Methodi Are
Found Only At
Phone 724. Salem, Ori.