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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916.
Just a Few More Days of The
Big July Clearance Sale
AH of Our
Beautiful New Dress
At Reduced Prices
During This Sale
GO FOR LESS
During This Sale
Gingham Aprons, large
Breakfast Sets, pink
98c Each .
All-over Gingham Ap
rons, really house dress
85c values 65c
75c values 50c
40c values 30c
30c values 25c
Others at, yd. 18c & 15c
$15.00 Curtains.. $7.50
$6.00 Curtains . . . $3.75
$4.00 Curtains . . . $2.69
$2.00 Curtains . . . $1.69
$1.75 Curtains . . . $1.39
$1.50 Curtains 98c
And many other arti
cles In Our
TBY SALEM FIRST
BIG SALEM CROWD
Fifty Have Already Signed to
Go and Committee Has
Just Begun to Work
There is no doubt about the Cherrians
and their friends and the business in
terests of Salem attending the great
celebration at Marshfield, August 25
The committee in charge after spend
ing a day in canvassing the city report
a general interest in the excursion and
that many who had arranged to be out
of the city, have made arrangements to
charge their plans in order to accom
pany the Salem excursionists.
Governor Withycombe and wife will
accompany the party and it is probable
that other state officials will make it
convenient to join in the merrymaking
that is sure to take p lace yhen the
Cherrians start things at Marshfield,
Saturday, August 28.
The followng have already signed
for transportation and accommodations
and the committee is just getting under
full headway in calling on those who
intend to go:
Governor and Mrs. Withycombe, State
Treasurer and Sirs. Thos. B. Kay, Mr.
and Mts. R. C. Bishop, Air. and Mrs.
Chas. G. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. George
E. Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Harley O.
White, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Meyers, Mr.
and Mrs. Thos. Townsend, Paul Stege,
George F. Rogers, A. R. Wilson, Fred
Cole, Kola Ncis, John W. Roland, Abe
Magers, Otto Wilson, H. W. Bernhardt,
E. W. Williams, William Evans, F. R.
Waters, Patton Bros., 8. B. Elliott,
George Graves, W. C. Howell, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Dick, William Lercben, F
G. Deckabach and family, Watt Mhipp,
Frank H. Ward, P. E. Graber, Joe Rein
hart, Theodore Roth, Bert C. Macy, Ep
ley and Olinger, Wm. Gahlsdorf, Carl
Reuf, Joseph H. Albert, A. H. Egan.
All of which indicates there will be
some Salem people in Marshfield for
Saturday, August 2ti, which will be
known as Marshfield day. The Salem
excursionists will leave Friday morning,
August 25, at 9 o'clock, arrive in
Marshfield at 6 p. m., leaving Marsh
field Sunday morning aftor breakfast,
-giving the excursionists a chance to see
the country in two daylight rides.
(Continued from page one.)
Don't Drift Away From Your
(Continued from Page Tlr.ee.)
The 'Refreshing Qharm
of good tea is in its
Unfortunately, the world is not full
of good tea. You must choose with care.
Tiose many women who use Schillings
Best know that the cost of good tea is
very, very little. But this is not the only
reason for their preference. Another
reason a very real reason is that
each of the four taste-types (Japan,
s "English Breakfast, Ceylon, Oolong J
brews tea of indescribable charm.
Send for the Taste Packet
which males it easy fir yen It find the type if tea that
ym He test. Qintains fittr parchmyn tnvelcfei if Schilling
Tea Japan, English Breakfast, Ceyltn and Otltng.
Erf ugh fir five ir six tups if each kind. Mailed
fnmptlyinreceiptif JOcentt( stamps tretin).
Addrtss: A Schilling 14 tympany
jjj Secind St., San Erancisci.
- Sold through grocers only.
In standard packages, S-iz. and l-U.
reported, "small parties of Germans
entered our front trenches at two
points, but were immediately driven out
by a countor attack, leaving their
Northeast of Souchez and elsewhere,
Huig reported artillery combats.
The German Version.
Berlin, July 28. "The enemy cannot
boast it has progressed," declared the
war office statement today, referring
to British attacks on the Poizeres sec
tor. "Enemy attacks near Poizeres
and southeast of Foureux woods were
broken down," the statement asserted.
"Bitter hand to hand fighting occurred
at Longueval and in the Delvillc
Grenade attacks at Soyecourt were
repulsed, tne statement asserted, and
operations at Thiaumont proved unsuc
cessful. "Russian attacks northeast of Swin
iuchy gained ground," the statement
reported. "Counter attacks are proceed
ing. Near Postomyty, Austrian forces
drove the Kussians back irom advanced
The war office declared that six at
tacks around Skrobowawygoda by the
Russians proved unsuccessful.
Russians Forge Ahead.
Petrograo, July 28. The Russian ad
vance in the region of the Stonicvki
and Boldurchka rivers continue success
fully, the war office communique de
clared today. Gains were also reported
in the Caucasus.
are already opposed to mixing relig
ion and politics f But every now and
then some religious enthusiast (or sev
eral ot tnem) has some kind of a
scheme or progwsat of the nature of
sectarian legislation, Mere in Oregon
the proposed, "One day in seven rest
law" is a specimen, verv innocent
looking in its verbage to be sure. Just
scratch it a little and yon will see some
thing below the surface that does not
appear above. People of OreRn look
out! Do you want the legislature to
tell you when to rest? Don't you
It appears thnt the Salem chantau-
qua did not suit in one of its features
one of the city clerjjy. One of the
singers it seems didn't use the church
hymn book in all his numbers but in
one of them got off something rather
worldlv for Sunday night whu-h ratn
er peeved this custodian of Salem's
proprieties. Now brother don't feel
so bad about it. Out here in the coun
try we don't think Hnlem is so easily
hurt by even a Portland singeT. It is
sometimes about ns ba 1 to mold about
a fault as to commit the fault.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Mehamn, Ore., July 2tl. Mr. R. F.
There are so many times when a cheery telephone
message from you would mean much your friends in
The fact that you can't see them so often is all the
more reason why you should talk to them oftener, and
an inexpensive telephone talk occasionally will work
Consult the list of toll rates to cities hereabout; it's
in the front of your Bell directory.
Just let YOUR TELEPHONE keep YOU from drifting
away from your friends.
The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Market Was Lifeless i
New York, July. 28. The New York
Evening bun financial review today
In a market made up wholly of the
unimportant transactions of unimport
ant traders, stocks today moved within
narrow limits, final quotations present
ing irergular changes, which were sig
nificant of little more than the varying
opinion of the floor element.
Although opening prices in the great
er number of instances showed frac
tional improvement, as compared with
the closing of the preceding, day, there
was no indication of life in the mar
ket, and no change in the general char
acter of the trading.
Sentiment on the floor was bearish.
but no especial effort was made to
depress quottions. Price changes after
the first hour and in the noon trading
were not significant, except in the
heavier tendency in the quotations of
the granger stocks which were adverse
ly affecte by continued unfavorable
reports from western crop eentcrs.
Afternoon operations were limited
practically to a email trade, except in
the last hour, when there was a fair
imitation of activity in a few issues.
Discussion Kept Out
Washington, July 28. Anxiety about
the immigration rider pinned to the
child labor bill by Senator Borah re
sulted in a conference today between
President Wilson and Senator Kern,
senate floor leader, and Senator Pom-t
Administration leaders don't want
the immigration question to come up in
the senate at this time. After hit con
ference with the president Kern ex
pressed the hope and belief that
Borah's amendment would not be
TODAY nd TOMORROW
"NOT MY SISTER"
Selig Tribune Weekly
All Ue Latest News
"The Moonshiners" .
A Roaring Keystone
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
2 ACTS 2
DE LA BEAUX ART
Special Scenery and Lighting
CARS and CASK
The Cowboy Musicians
In "The Scarlet Woman"
A story of the Great
Shier returned Wednesday from his
short visit in Portland.
The Mehama bridge is receiving re
pairs. Mrs. E. R. Thomas, daughter of Mr.
X. Stossel, will return with her
daughter,-to her home in Portland in a
Good fishing up the teantiom river. ,
Mrs. C. Stevenson has unfortunately ,
dislocated her arm, and will go to Stay-,
ton in a few days to have it set. j
Mrs. J. Fibze will be a Stayton visit-:
or some time this week. j
Mr. E. Uiatt's eyes are some bet
Mr. X. Stossel will return home this j
week from visiting his daughter in j
Mrs. E. A. Shicr's son and wife in I
Mill City, are now making their home '
in Albany. I
The Stavton girls are making their I
camp in Taylor's grove, and come to!
Mehama for needed supplies.
Mrs. E. B. Stout is slowly recovering
from her long illness.
The rain is very hard on the harvest
fields as many people have their grain
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Woodburn, July 28. Mrs. Harron
and daughter of Salem are guests of
Mrs. E. Stnnard this week.
Clarence Coyle of Newberg motored
to Woodburn Tuesday on business.
Miss Sadie Richards, Mis Hazel
Bitnev. Miss Ethel Bonney, Miss Ale
tha Bitney and Henry Miller motored
to Salem Monday evening and attend
ed The Birth of a nation.' 1
Guy Weaver, Ertzcl Wolt'ord, J. Crit
tonden and Dimick of Hubbard at
tended the dance herj Saturday.
Mrs. Merle Davis is the proud moth
er of a tine baby boy born Tuesday
St. Marv's Episcopal Guild met Wed
nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Phil Livesley. The time was pleas
antly siient in sewing after which re-
ireshments were served by the hostess
assisted by Mr. II. -U. Austin. 1 lie
members present were, Mrs. T. C. Poor
man, Mrs. E. G. Kmmett, Mrs. Bor
chnrdt. Mrs. 11. L. Gill, Mts. H. M.
Austin, Mrs. Don CowIck, Mrs. Ed Bos-
coe, Mrs Ray McKi.iney, Mrs. Fred
Dose and Mrs. L. M. ilitnoy, additional
guest were Mra. C. W. Kent, rs.
Hugh Miller -wwl Airs. Warburt-on.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. See of Donald
spent the week at tht borne of their
daughter, Mrs. I M. Bituey.
Iceland Austin, Nelson Adams, Ruth
Austin and Crescenta Clatt motored to
Salem Monday in the former's car,
and attended the Birth of a Nation.
-urs. O. E. McAdams of Portland is
the gnest of her sister, Mrs. Walter
Johnson, this week.
Catherine Detweilder, Helen Scar
borough, Dorthea an 1 Birdie Schram
leit Thursday morning for a Week end
outinir at Mt. Hood.
Mrs. Jack Morrison of Portland is
the guest at the home Oi her parents,
Mr. anil Mrs. A. Behram.
Mrs. Hugh Miller and son of Oak
land are visiting at the borne of her
sister, Mrs. W. Kent.
Dr. V. L. Rochs, Henry Dnhl, Henry
Bomhoff and Oscar Beck attended The
Birth of a Nation at Salem this week.
Art Guess and Wendel Kent went to
Fargo Wednesday aflernoon to play
Mrs. Brown of Oorvallis is visiting
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. V
John Rammage of Portland spent
Sunday in Woodburn.
Ida Nebl of Montana is visiting her
parents. Mr. and Mm. N. H. Nebl.
Geo. Lennox of Iowa, who has been
visiting here, has accepted a position
with tile Johnson k Shurer drug store.
He will take nenry I1ir place who
will return to his home at Hilverton.
CARLYLE BLACKWELL in
A succession of rapid fir
scenes culminating in the
mad riot of an infuriated
mob and the dynamiting
of a big building.
Grace Bomhoff, who has been ill for
some time ia able to be about again.
Helen Nebl who has been visiting
at the home of her purents, Mr. and
-Mrs. M. S. Nebl has returned to Portland.
Edward Sanders of Seattle is the
guest, at the home of his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and .Mrs. W. T. Binkley.
uuests at tne home of Mr, and .Mrs.
L. M. Bitney Sunday were, Mr. and
Mrs. f red rergen and sons, l.vle and
Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Flovd Walker,
Donall and Arthur Staples of Aurora.
Mrs. M. Kiinvon and children of
Medford are visiting at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Colonel J. M. Poorman and Mrs.
Poorman, Dr. Edward Hartford, E. L.
Kilen and Wi. P. Buse went to Salem
Tuesday and took in the Birth of a
Nation. They made the trill in the
Miss Helen Bontrnger who has bpen
taking care of her aunt, who hn been
ill at her home in Kulm, North Dako
ta, has returned home.
Mrs. F. W. Settlemier departed Wed
nesday for Portland where she will be
the guest of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
T. T. Geer.
Miss Bertha Worrell of Albany is
spending the week at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Geo. Philijxi,
Ed Murphey of Astoria in visiting
at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. B.
C. B. Smith of the Spudding Log
ging company, Salem, was in the city
Tuesday looking after business inter
P. D. Settlemier returned Tuesday
from a trip through western Washing
ton, Mr. Svttlemeir made the trip on
his motorcycle and re(ort the rondx
in good condition. He was the guest
of his sister at North Yakima.
Fred Payton had toe misfortune of
cutting the tendon in one of his fing
er recently while shaving.
Dr. Sims and ramily lert Tuesday
morning for Newport where they will
spend their vacation. They made the
trip by anto.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Kirk of St. Paul
motored to Woodburn Wednesday.
Mrs. Frank Proctor and children of;
West Woodburn spent Wednesduy with j
Mrs. II. M. Austin. I
Mrs. J. A. Bohn and daughter,1
Gladys, left this week for their home!
in Oakland, Oil if., after a month's vis
it with Mrs. Bohn's lister, Mrs. J. L.
Mrs. Walter Johnson entertained a'
number of little folks at her homej
Wednesday in honor of her daughter,
Ruth's eighth birthday. The afternoon j
was pleasantly spent in playing gumes
after which refreshment were served.
T. N. Kennedy left Wednesday for
Portland where he will spend several
days visiting friends.
Misses Veda and Mae Cook left
Tuesday for a week's visit with
friends at Portland.
Mrs. O. P. Calef of Ashland is the
guest of her mother, Mr. W. 11. Kel
sey. Mr. and Mr. Elmer TInll, Mr. and
Mrs. J. J, Uall and Miss Mabel Lantz
entertained at a farewell party iu hon
or of Bev. aud Mr. O. C. Weller and
Mrs. Warbtirton Tuesday evening ot
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hall.
Rev. and Mrs, Weller were prosented
with a beautiful picture of a musical
subject. Mrs. Warburton was present,
ed with some dainty fancy work. A
bout forty of their intimate friend-i
were present. Refreshments were ser
ved by the hostss.
News from Jefferson
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Jefferson, Or., July 28. Ranee Nileu
from near Omaha, Neb., is visiting hit)
aunt and uncle, .Mr. and Mrs. A. T.
Mrs. Elnood Bulgin and sons, Ar
thur and Willium, are visiting Law
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. PtotheTO hnvo
returned from tho coast where tbey en
joyed an outing of several days.
Harold Adams of Portland is stay
ing with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. ( has. Grabenhorst.
William Greenwood of Dallas is vio
iting Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wuln..
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crumm havu
moved on E. C. Hulley's place.
K. C. Hnllcy has moved to Salcnij
where he is now employed at the statu
Laurence Ilulgin was in Sulcm Wednesday.
1 faramouni CZT1
"The Evil Thereof
Ry Channing Pollock and
Kennold Wolf. A powerful
morality drama, with
In motion pictures.
Salem's Only Exclusive
In a Cluss Separate