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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916.
I Phone 68 for Your Groceries Today and Save Money
THE mm CASE
"SalemY Big Department Store"
Special Showing of Women's and Misses' New Smocks ::
Special Sale of Women's and Misses' New Middy ::
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Blouses for Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 89c t
Special Showing and Sale of Kiddies' Play Sets
Consists of Cover-all Apron and a nifty Sun
bonnet to match. Made of a good' grade wash
Extra Special only 39c a Set
Sizes 2 years to 6 years. See the window display
Special Sale of Extra Quality Tub Silks :i6 inches
wide large variety of new patterns ..... 98c Yard
NEWS FROM TOWEL SECTION
A new shipment of Baby Bath Towels, Turkish
weave, pink or blue border, size 13x24, 25c Ea
Turkish Bath Towels, full size, 24x44, pink or
blue border 85c E&
Fancy Turkish Bath Rugs, pink or blue borders,
..size 25x44 $1.25 Ea
Crocheted Turkish Towel Sets, neatly crocheted
edges, one large bath towel and two lace
' towels in each set; ask to see these; $1.50 Set
Fancy Wash Cloths, pink or blue borders 10c Ea
Men's Straw and Panama Hats Your choice of the
stock 12 Price
QUALITY AND SERVICE
Thirty-Six Years of Successful Merchandising
All Around Town
Leslie Blade, blind graduate
of 1'. in (). lecture ut First
Christian church. . Free.
July 28. Wisconsin society re
union t State fair grounds.
July 30. Siilem Street Railway
July 31. Opening of Chemnwa
excursion to Newport.
July 31-Auguat 1. Coiuio op
era, "The Mikado," oper
bouse, auspices Moose lodge.
Aw. 3. Chcrriun picnic and
ill nee, ntnte fair grounds.
-Aug. 3. Marion county civil
war veteran' . association
meet at Silverton.
Aug. 2.V Cherrian excursion
Sept. 23-30 Oregon State Fulr.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, flu glasse
M eorrectly. U. 8. Bank. Bid J.
Steusloff Bros., Inc., will pay 8 3-4
reals for. top hogs. tf
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The Wisconsin folks living In this
part of the valley are holding their
annua picnic today at the state fair
grounds. The membership of tbl so
ciety now is about LMO.
A Snap Will teach and sell my bus
IBS. Owens, Hatter, 405 Court St.
Drink Oereo, tne liquid food. Better
thaa coffee or tea. Ask your grocer, tf
Next Sunday morning . three masses
will be celebrated at St. Joseph church.
The first mass will be at S o'clock in
tho morning, the second at 7:30 and
high mass at 10:30.
Drink Oereo, tiie liquid food, the
health drink. Ask your grocer. tf
Denison's Baths, foot of State street.
Safe, convenient, first class. tf
One hundred crates of raspberries
have been received from the Eugene
fruit H rowers' association by tho Sa
lem Fruit union this week. The can
nery at Eugene was unable to handle
the fruit, the capacity of its plant be
Dance, fair ground Saturday nijjht,
everybody welcome, (iood music. Mer
ry go round will run nfternoon and
Dr. W. G. Morehouse, veterinarian.
after spending his vacation, at the
.Monterey trainimr camp will tie nt his
office Aug. 10 and after that date.
Having completed the addition to
the church, tho members of the 1'antrol
Congregational church will hold a jubi
lee avrvice Suinmy evening. Besides a
sH'inl urogram, an address will be giv
en by the Rev. A. .1. Sullen of Port
land, lie is suHriatendeut of tiie
Congregational missions of Oregon,
tee if you don't get first class
work. Suits pressed 30c. I'll one 43.
On and after Aug. 1st, 1910, and un
til further notice Fry's Drug Store will
supply its customers according to law
with pure grain or ethyl alcohol, tf
Although the public bathing beach
across the river has not been officially
opened, everything is ready for tiiose
who would like to swim in the river,
even at the present tenicriiture. The
bath houses aro both up, and the
grounds ami beach is in charge of Ar
thur R. Wilson. Yesterday about 73
Testimony AH In Last Night-
Jury This Afternoon
Says Not Guilty
An elempnt of sensation was inject
ed into the J.ee .leans trial in Depart
ment 1 of the circuit court yesterday
when the defense had Robert Hun
sucher brought before the jury UL'ain
and requested him to exhibit the four
scars which according to his testimony
given enrlier were tlie result of
wounds inflicted by the defendant,
Dr. C. If. Robertson, then on the wit
ness stuml, was asked to examine t'TH
Dr. Robertson testified that the big
gest ot the scars was the result of an
operation performed by him on Hun-
sukcr at the hospital, and explained I
that such operation was necessary to
free the abdomen of blood.
In their arguments made this morn
ing, the attorneys for the defense made
much of this testimony in an effort to
discredit the testimony of the princi
pll witness for the prosecution.
With this exception, the testimony
continued for the most purt to follow
the two lines referred to in the t'apr
tul Journal of yesterday the state at
tempting to show th'it the defendant
hail been involved in a series combats
the defense endeavoring to prove that I
he was the victim of a drunken mobj
and was justified in using a knife to I
defend himself. I
This trial has perhaps attracted mnrc
attention than any other before tho
circuit court for several months. ThC
defendant, Lee Jeans, is a butcher at
Turner niul a member of the city conn-1
cil of that town. The trial is the cul-
minution of what appears to be u fac-
tioual enmity in the town, dating back
for u considerable time. :
Ituil blood was brought to the sur
face at the time of a street carnival
last April, and na uttrmpt on the part
of the city government to collect a li
cense fee from the owner of the carni
val seems to have been the incident
most largely instrumental in the trou
ble. Taking of testimony was brought to
a close. Inst, night at about eight
o'clock, ami arguments were begun
Tho ease was given to the jury at
2:311 thia aiternoon.
The jury shortly after 5 o'clock this
a'ltcrnoon brought in a verdict of not
guilty, being out about half an hour.
hud the courage to try the water not
withstanding the chilly atmosphere.
why pay more? Suits pressed 50c
by expert press niuu. I'hone 43,
The Adsitts have just opened dress
making and hemstitching juniors at
lii.i N. Liberty, in the place known as
Ladies Outfitting Shop, hone 103:!.
David White, who has been with G.
W. Johnson & Co. for the pust six years,
will open "The Sulem Suitoriuin" at
144 North Commercial street for clean
ing, pressing and repairing. The room
is the one formerly occupied by the
Morse real I'stnte office.
Central Congregation church will
celebrate the completion of the en
largement of the church in a jubilee
service to be held .Suudiiv evening.
July 30. Rev. A. J. Hullens of l'ortluud
superintendent of Congregational mis
sions of Oregon will preach the ser
Out of respect for E. P. McCornack
who waa always greatly interested in
civic affair anil whose home is near
Willann park, the Cherrian hand con
....rt thnt. n-us ia linvA been ifiven at
the park will take placo this evening
at Alarum mpinrc ai me usiiui num.
The vocal music for the evening will
be furnished by Tom (irdemann. The
program will consist only of sucred
Owing to urgent business matters Dr.
II. W. Copland was culled to Eastern
Oregon, nnd it made it necessary for
me to return to Salem earlier than 1
exnected. Hut my vacation had its re
sults nud I am very much improved in
health, and will be in my office to my
friend as usual. Dr. M. P. .Mendel
sohn, rooms 2 10-211 P. S. Bunk bldg.
A surprise is in Btore fqr those who
enjoy music when "The Mikado' is
given at the opera house next Monday
and Thursday evenings. In selecting
the cast, George T. Wilson, who is
producing the oera for the Moose
lodi!i. discovered ft young ludy who
has a voice that is really remarkable,
und one thnt may be said to possess
the prima donua caliber. Tiie young
lady with the remarkable voice is Miss
.loa'unu. James, age HI, who will take
the leading role as Vnin Yum. This
is her first public appearance in Sa
lem, CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the ninny friends
jfor the beautiful floral offerings nnd
lor their kindness) and swnpatiiy shown I
us during the illness and death of our:
daughter and sister.
.Mr. and -Mrs. u. sweiiunK,
A. .1. Sweinink, I
Jack Sweinink, .
In comic operas given by home talent, '.
young man, Hut very few volunteer to
the part or a ncnumui young raai.teu i
in love or to be loved by a gallant :
young man, but very few are willing to i
take the part of an elderly lady in ,
love with the said young man. Yet this'
part will be taken by Miss Alice Judd i
in the comic opera "The Mikado" to j
bo given Monday and Tuesday even
ings at the opera house. .Visa Judd as-1
siimea the difficult role of Katisha.!
the elderly lady, and it Is the general
opinion of those who have seeu the re-1
henrsuls, that she will be one of the hits;
of the evening.
Mrs. Dor H. Clark, living at the
tourt apartments, was struck by an
automobile while she was waiting-to
hoard a, car at State and Commercial
streets yesterday afternoon. She was
TAKE ONPILOT TODAY
Bremen Not Yet Heard From,
But Germans Say She Is
. .By Carl D. Groat.
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Baltimore, Md., July 8. Watchers
aboard the German submarine freighter
Deutschlaiid want to see the ships of
They fear thnt a plun is on foot to
have fWe vessels in ballast in the har
bor follow the Deutschlaiid out to the
capes and "accidentally" ram her.
This would save the allied patrol a big
task and as one of the Germans put it,
the British could say, "Oh, I beg your
pardon; 1 will pay you damages."
This fear is believed to be one of tho
compelling motives behind orders tode
luy the Deutschlaiid 's departure.
The Bremen, however, is a vital fac
tor. Stories that she has been captured
urougbt the comment from a Deutsch
laiid official today:
' ' Bah, she is not dost until three or
four weeks," nnd he added that tho
Deutschland 'a sister ship is too clover
to full into tho bauds of the allied pa
trol. All was peaceful along the l'atnpsco
today. A persistent screen of mystery
still haunted the situation. There had
been a long party aboard the Neckar
at the Deutschland pier; some of the
crew had individual parties ashore, rol
ling iu during the early hours.
But no one connected with the sub
sea" venture would reveal where the
Heutschlnnd's stay ends. Tho forty
eight hours since the Deutschland clear
ed, expired this afternoon, but under
local port rules, it was found that the
vessel need not reclcnr, as supposed,
except, in case she niters her cargo.
This is still being trimmed as there is a
certain unevenncss that might annoy
Will Take on Pilot
Baltimore, Md., July 28. The
Hcutschlnnd prepared today to take
on a pilot from the 'Maryland Pilots'
association, but that. organisation said
Owen Coleman, who brought her up
the river, wns out of town and not im
mediately available for service. White
t aptain Zack Ciillison of the tug Tim
mius wants Coleman, the rules of the
association require that vessels take
the "first man out," the first, man
on the pilot list.
A twenty four hour crew is aboard
the Tiiumins, giving the impression
that the stny of the Deutschland is not
long and that when she does head out
she may plan a liiy over In the lower
bay bM'ore trying to run the allied
taken at once to the office of Dr. O.
H. Miles, and shortly after recovering
consciousness was removed to her
home. Dr. Miles stilted this morning
that no bone were broken, but. that
one of her limbs is badly bruised. The
automobile, in which were a boy and n
girl, did not stop, nnd in the excite
ment of the moment none seem to have
thought to notice the number of the
The Albert park playgrounds con
tinue to attract the children and even
the grown-ups who appreciate an at
tractive plnee for a picnic. The dress
ing rooms for the girls are now com
pleted through the effort of Council
man Jones and safe bathing facilities
afforded for the children, now thnt
the dam is completed. Canvas ban
ner will be placed in the bridge at
Winter street, with the wording, "Al
bert Park play grounds" which will
hereafter be the official name of the
grounds. Beuches have been suitably
placed for the older folks. Last night
about 7o children were out, tnking
nart in the volley boll games, Mr.
Ostrander is on duty during the after
noons, and Miss Elizabeth Schultz
during the entire day.
Wedding limitations, Announcements
and Cul'ing Cards Printed at the Jour
nnl Job Department.
To the Midget Market
and select a choice, juicy
Roast for your Sunday
Originators of Low
371 STATE STREET
Lieutenant Wheeler Loses
Control of Warplane,
Crashes Into Autos
Ontario, Cal., July 2S. One child
was killed and its mother, Mrs. ('. A.
Stoebe, was seriouslv Injured when
Lieutenant S. H. Wheeler, U. S. A
attempting to rise from the ground in
a war plane near Mesa crashed into
a line' of watching automobiles. Pour
automobiles were overturned anil
wrecked. The officer was not injured.
Lieut, Wheeler lauded here in a fog
last mailt while en route to San Diego
lrom Los Angeles in an army aero
plane. Three other planes started at
the same time. Lieut. Wheeler became
lost in a heavy fog.
A large number of persons, many in
automobiles, gathered at Mesa, north
oi this citv to witness tho departure
I this morning. The army officer hav
ing no mechanic, was torceil to start
his own plane. The area from which
the stmt was planned, wns cram pel
by motorists. At U:30 o'clock Lieut.
Wheeler climbed aboard the war plane
For a considerable distance the craft
sped down the field galnbig momen
tum. When the plane lifted from the
ground Wheeler, attempting to steer
clear of a grove of trees, veered his
machine toward the line of motorists.
Support seemed to filial as the huge
war bird swept upon the spectators.
Several person started to run as it
became apparent thnt the officer was
having difficulty managing his ma
chine. Suddenly the craft, speeding nt six
ty, miles an hour, seemed to lower in
the air, struck the ground with a
bound, and hurtled into the parked au
tomobiles. Four machines were over
turned. Harold Stoeb, four years old, was
instantly killed in tbe crash. 1 1 is
mother, stiinding between two cars,
which overturned, was horribly injur
ed. She may not recover. The war
plane was reduced to a mass of wreck
age, despite the fact that the pilot es
caped with hardly a scratch.
Lieut. Wheeler is one of the stu
dent officers studying army aviation
nt North Island, Sail Diego.
Are Now Pharmacists
At the examination held in Portland
July 10 by the Oregon Board of Phar
macy, 111 out of 25 seniors were success
ful in passing the examinations, and
one out of five juniors. Joseph L.
Singleton of the lied Cross pharmacy
was one f the successful seniors, and
also Merl L. Prunk, formerly with the
Opera House drug store. Mr. Prunk has
accepted a position at The Dalles and
will leave to tako up his work at that
city next Monday.
The following is n list of the success
ful applicants for examination and who
are now qualified pharmacists:
T. E. Arnold, Portland; C. T. Ander
son, Portland; A. M. Simmons. Port
land; C. W. Kemp, Portland; A. M. Liv
ingston, Portland; H. C. Benucliiimp,
Stnvfon; Ed. T. Blnkely, Stayton; Dan
B. Hale, Portland; H. A. Peterson, Port
land; C. P. Gardiner, Portland; Joseph
L. Singleton, Salem; Merl L. Prunk, Sa
lem; A. Frank Becker, Independence; S.
J. Hayes, Portland; C. A. Howard,
North Plains; S. A. Mauro, Portland.
Parmer Herman, Portland.
Examinations are held quarterly in
Portland, the next dute being October
17. According to the state law, a drug
store must be in charge of a registered
pharmacist, or may be left temporarily
with a junior pharmacist. The exam
ining board is composed of Ross A.
Farr, president, of Astoria; Frank S.
Ward, of Salem, secretary; Ross M.
Plummer, of Portland, treasurer; Civile
G. Huntley, of Oregon City.
Car Drops Over Bank
Near Albany. Badly
Albnnv, Ore., July 2d. Mrs. Muttie
Cubill, of Dayton, Wash., received a
broken collar bone and other injuries,
: her sister, .Mrs. Sarah MoCuniming, of
Dayton, and Mrs. Wristn Ringo. of Ger
. vais, Ore., and niece, Mrs. j. W. Gro-
shong, of Albany, and her brother, A. O.
, Stevens, of Gervnis, received " bruises
i when a car in which they were riding
! skidded off a grade and turned turtle
at 4 o clock this aiternoon two
I ......4 it r.:
,-,l ma ins i ii,.
I Mr. Stevens and sisters drove to this
city Tuesday to visit relatives in l.inu
and Benton counties. When returming
from the W. A. Buskner farm five
, miles west of here on the Onrvnllis
road, they crossed the v. & K. R. R.
track and started down a hill on which
I is a double curve. The road was re
cently oiled nnd with the rain which
foil todnv it was rhade slippery. The
car skidded and Stevens, nn aged mnn.lthe ,ag increased in interest
locked the wheels witn me foot brake',,. ,te,inl, Kev. Glotzhach's ser
and the machine went over the grade
with its occupants. All were under the
car or partially under.
Both Sides Warned
to Behave Themselves
1 Xew York, uly 28. Police Commis
sioner Wood today notified both strik-
ers and employers in the Bronx strike
.zone that they must immediately dis
'pvnse vth the services of gangsters.
iThe police fear that hiring of gunmen
of all sorts and belonging to scores of
different "gangs" will lead to a reign
Tf terror, which the gangsters will
scire upon as an opportunity to even
up their own personnl and gang scores,
Wood flatly turned down a further
'idea tivlitv t'rnm th l'liinii Railway
I company that uniformed policemen bedren to this meeting. Rev. G.otmtey,
i detailed' to ride on the street ears and i from Africa, will speafc Suuday after-
protect the strike breakers from
All 10c Spices,
We sell for less because we
tion as if you were here in
Suggestions for Saturday
Apricots, Peaches, Plums, Oranges, Banana, Water
melons .2 l-3c per lb, fine Cantaloupes 5c each.
Home grown Tomatoes 10c per lb. Always the
freshest of vegetables.
J. L. Busick & Son
456 State Street
Asks Governor to
Help Find Brother
Governor Withyconibe today re
ceived the following letter from a mem
ber of the Maryland National Guard
in camp at Eagle Pass, Texas, who isJO' ""' B8 VJ wno 18 occuireu ui
seeking to locato his half brother: original of Mark Twain's famous boy
Dear Sir: 1 have read a great deal ..huracter, isdefented todav in an at
about your kind consideration toward,, t ,0 hftve the eomU ,.a"m.sl a du01,
humanity. Therefore I am going to ivi; . rt M(.KlMlzie
ak you to le kind enough to help me j rWer6 ,.Hm,k rin1. ,,e oill llot re.
to locate a halt brother who was m ,,,, :;,. thR ,in,i
your stnte some years ago. His name
is James Hart. He is a Virginian nnd
left Washington, D. C, in li02 and
went to Medford, Oregon. He married
a girl in Medford by the name of
l.cillie Snrgent. They have one child,
a boy, and were later separated or
I am a sergeant in-the Maryland IT.
S. National Guard, now. stationed at
Camp Orel, Eagle PasB and as my
mother in Virginia is worrying about
u both, and worrying most about him,
for none of us know where he is, or
whether he is dead or nlive, 1 will al
ways be grateful to yon if you will ad
vertise or make a search any way you
see fit for him, and if he can be found
have him write to me, E. R. Coran,
Sergeant, headquarters th Regiment.
Maryland National Guard, Eagle Pass,
Texas, or his mother, Mrs. Jane Coran,
Mannssus, irgimn, care Mrs. M. r.
Bowles. I beg to remain,
SGT. E. R. CORAN,
4th Md. N. G., Eagle Tass, Texas.
FREE METHODIST CAMP
MEETING ON NORTH BROADWAY
Though the recent rnias and cold
weather has made it disagreeable for
fk.t.ftl ,teM,la nn thp rnmti (rounds.
mon Thursday morning on "Kebecka's
Choic," wash a very excellent sermon.
Again in the evening his sermou on
"The Harreu Fig Tree." was a strong
arnica! to cverv heart and was respond
ed to bv every seeker at the alter.
Rev. 'X. B. Ghormley, who has spent
nearly nine years iu the African Mis
sion "field, came Thursday and will re
maiu through the rest of the services.
Meetings will continue over the Sab
bath and an all day service will be
held on Sunday. All Christians of any
denomination are invited to join with
us to anv or all of these services. Oimie
and help to push the cause of Bible
holiness. A epecial junior rally will be
. held Saturday
afternoon in cnarge or
Mrs, i.rai-e r.iiwaros, a reiurneu nno -
j sionary from India, assisted by 11 iss
Edith ' Graves, a returned uiissiohary
. rnm China. Come and brine the chil-
noon of his nine year work in Africa.
I jliis meeting will be held under the aus -
buy right and pay no rent.
& Son PH0NB
Phone af Us
Your Orders. They will
always be filled with
the same prompt atten
! pices of the Woman's Foreign Mission
iary society, the closing service will bo
1 held Sunday night.
i HUCKLEBERRY FINN
LOSES HIS LAW SUIT
Kugene, Ore., July 23. "Hucklcbor-
When In 8ALEM, OREGON, gtof
Free and Private Baths
RATES: 75c, 11.00, (1.50 FES DAT
The only hotel in tie business district.
Nearest to all Depots, Theatres ard
A Home Away From Home.
T. O. BLIGH, Pre. '
Both Phones. Free Auto But.
3c )t t- jc sjt 3(t ?C sc 3c ft 3c 3C 5
The Korean Restaurant
is now opened in our new loca
tion at 110 1-2 Coml street.
Everything new and eleaa. All
kinds of Chinese and Spanish
dishts. Pay us a visit.
NEWPORT-NYE BEACH :
He Automobile Passenger and Bag-
Furnished Tents and Cottages
L. D. PICKENS, Box 274
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Any time ,
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