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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. AUG. 2, 1916.
"Salem's Big Department Store"
A Big Assortment Of
For Men, Women and Children
The Season's Newest Colorings
Styles and Trimming.
Wool or Cotton Suits at various prices
Special Sale of Boys'
Palm Beach Suits
Here are new stylish suits for boys best made in
Norfolk and other stylesknickerbocker and straight
trousers. These suits sell regularly at $5 and $5.50
Why not outfit the boy nmu) at generous saving?
QUALITY AND SERVICE
All Around Town
MM .- '
Lecture at Chemnwa by Adnlph
A. Boric, of Tufts' collie,
Dr. Stone's Drug Store for trusses.
Robert Muths of the city fire de
partment, with leave of absence for
two weeks, left tor Newport this morning.
Ana". 3. Cherrinu picnic and
dance, state fair grounds.
'Aug. 3. Marion county civil
war veterans' association
meet at Silverton.
Aug. 15. Third aautiul picnic
Southern Pacific employes at
state fair grounds.
Aug. 25. Chcrrian excursion
Sept. 25-30 Oregon State Fair.
sultutioii, examination or prescription,
' Business at the Salem postoffice for
the month of July was ns follows:
Amount received from the sale of
ifCittumps and stamped papers, !, HUM;
amount received from second cluss mat
ter, 1-12.43; from third ami fourth
class alter, $27.35. Tulnl, !fli2S!.72.
Wards Drug Store will supply its
i customers with pure gruin alcohol ae.
Although the price of gasoline has
advanced one cent this extra tariff ap
parently has knd no effect on those
who want to riilc in their owns cars, as
Vick llros. will unload eight carloads
of fords every day tor the next, two
Weeks. The models for the coming
year are the same as Inst but the
price has been reduced, nil hough there
has been a general upward tendency
in the raw materials.
Senator A. M. Lgfollette says that
the best cunning peaches will be ripe
in about eight or ten days and that
tiie average retail price will be in the
neighborhood of $1.25 a bushel, lie
say unit, m general, the uracil crol
Stone makes no charge for con-1 will not average tip with lust year and
mat several orclianls in the county will
make a poor showing. His owu big
crop this yenr he attributes to the
spraying and cureful attention given
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glaase
M correctly. U. 8. Bank. Bld'.
The open season for deer does not
liegin until August 15.
Drink Cereo, the liquid food, the
health drink. Ask your grocer. tf
Fir Chief Hutton left this morning
for lireitcnhusii Hot Springs to spend
his annual two weeks vacation,
Denlson's Baths, foot of State street.
Bale, convenient, first class. tf
The grading and drainage crews are
working1 steady on the fair grounds
road and the water company is laying
pipe. I no curiiuig n the seven blocks
of the road will be finished this week
and the actual paving under headway
by next Monday.
On and after Aug. 1st, 1918, and un
til further notice i'ry'a Drug Store will
supply ita customers according to law
with pure grain or ethyl alcohol, tf
This 1b a story of gloom for those
who have, and of secret enjoyment for
those, who haven't. (lasoline 'advanced
not her cent a gn!loii August: 1 ami
now those who ride will burn un the
gaunt the rate of 21 cents a gallon. All
of which is a serious set back to those
who were saving up to buy a Ford
lined the price dropped SO. "
cording to law.
For the benefit of its customers and
for the thirsty public in general, the
Capital National bunk places a 31)0
pound block of ice in the cooler inside
Ihe bank every three days furnishing
ice cold water lor the fountain on the
Dr. 0. Hartley, specialist, inflamed,
bleeding gums and pyorrhea. 41tl U. 8.
Hank, llldg. 1'honc ISrt.
Parcel post packages as heavy as 11
pounds may now be sent to China ac
cording to a recent ruling of the post
on ico Department, ami tor the nnv:
lego of sending this distance by mail,
there is u charge of 12 cents a pound.
I no parcel post rate net ween Salem
and China went into effect August 1.
We will always gladly furnish esti
mates on your bill of lumber. Fulls
CitvNulom Lumber Co., 34!l S. J2th.
I 'ho no SI 3.
The Marion county Veterans' associ
ation is planning for a big meeting at
Silvertou tomorrow. A special will run
from Snlem leaving Trade ami Com
mercial streets at It o'clock and the S.
1 depot, fifteen iniites later. It is
exacted that fully 2(1(1 will attend
Tne school board of education will
advertise for bids this week for th
one siory nuiiinngs to tie erected on
the grounds of the three junior high
schools. At Washington junior high
school, a two room single story building
will be erected, mid at Lincoln and
Kirant, n one room building. These ex
tra buildings are necessary on account
of the crowded conditions in the three
junior high schools. Plan and specifi
cations were drawn by tieorge M. l'tst.
John W. Todd, the new superintend-
ent of tho city schools arrived in the
city yesterday with his tnnulv anil is
now giving his attention to the work
of tho schools. In Mr. Todd's family
are Mrs. Todd and four children. The
two boys are ago nino and seven years
anil the two girls, four and one and a
hulf years old. Mr. Todd is a brother
of Miss .lunia Todd if Lausanne hall
aid of the Kcv. K. II. Todd, president
of the College o Puget Sound, Toconin.
The Spanlding Logging company re
ceived an order this morning for ship
ment, of lumber to Calexico, Califor
nia. The order will be shipped to Ma
jor Thomas 11. Hanson, quartermaster
of the I'. S. troops at Calexico and will
be used in the building mostly of
floors for tents. The lumber to be
shipped is mostly 2 by (I, 2 by 12, 1 by
12 ami I by 3. All of which indicates
that the government is making arrange
nieuts for n long stay i the troops at
Calexico. When Company M moves
into its new quarters at Imperial City,
the tents will be floored with lumber.
Attend Picnic and Send
Band to Marshfield
Ihe big event of the summer will
happen at the fair grounds tomorrow
afternoon and evening as the Cherrinug
ana all friends of Cherrians will gather
, me grounds tor a u.ao dinner and a
dance and entertainment.
-The program is about like this:
Every Cherrian to the number of 120
is commanded by King Bing to appear
in uniform and if they have families,
to bring them along.
The dinner is what might be called
of the picnic style in which everyone
brings a well filled basket. The dinner
will be served in the restaurant,
everybody eating a t the same time.
During the nroeress of the dinner, scv.
oral entertaining features will be in-
irouuced by i'red S. Jjynon, who is the
committee on entertainment. For those
who came minus the lunch basket, re
lief will be afforded bv William Ate.
Gilchrist, Jr., who has been appointed
master of the hot dou and hot coffee
I department, and wh0 will for a slight.
cunsiiierunnn serve not drinks and hot
dogs. Mr. McOilchrist will make no
money himself for his work, as the
proceeds go into the Cherrian treasury.
After the dinner and a few other
pleasant features, the jitney dance will
follow in the machinery building. For
those who have n thirst, soft drinks
will be served.
The Cherrian band will play and the
Cherrian orchestra will furnish the
music for the dance.
The price per dance is five cents and
the dancing committee of which M. L.
Meyers is high chief, announce thnt
every jitney dunce will be a long one,
provided of course There is not too
much of a rush.
The money received from tho dance
and stands and William Lerchen's bur
will go into the Cherrian strong box,
to help defray the expenses of the
band to the Marshfield celebration.
This great event, under the auspices
of the Chcjrinns, and to which all are
invited is scheduled for Thursday
evening, August 3.
Rob Mexican Peons
By Webb Miller
(I'liiteit Press stuff correspondent)
Columbus, N. M., Aug. 2. As pun
ishment for dcalin;.' with "gringo in
vaders," Cnrian.a troops in the wake
of the American expedition systematic
ally robbed the natives oT the gold and
silver tney untamed ly selling (leenil
Pershing's column supplies. Manyl
Mexicans have brought such stories j
to the American lines it was leu-nod
I he do tacto government troops
created a virtual reign of terror on
the heels of the withdrawal bv the ex
peditionary forces. From eacn village
one native was forced to name every
Mexican that sold supplies to t!:e
"gringoes."' Sounds of Cnrranz-i sol
diers the hunted the Mexicans down
and robbed them of the American mon
ey. Torture was resorted to when the
natives refused to divulge tna hiring
place of the money.
Sir Roger Casement
Will Hang Tomorrow
MAY LAND AT PENSACOLA
London, Aug. 2. Roger Casement!
will be hanged tomorrow morning, it i
un ueuuiieiy nnuouuceu lonignt.
Preparations were going forward nt
Pentonville prison for the hanging of
the Irish leader, iu the meanwhile the
prisoner's counsel declares Casement
seems utterly unconcerned nt his nn-
proaching Ifate. His condition was
said to have unproved since his trial
when he appeared haggard and de
Premier Asouith acknowledged re
ceipt of a monster petition signed bv
prominent Irishmen today appealing
ror clemency for Casement .but did not
hold out any hope of exercise of mercy
toward the condemned man
TODAY'S BALL SCORES
Philadelphia 2 7
Chicago S 13
JoJhnsou, Williams and lluley;
cottc and Lapp.
Boston 5 H
Detroit 2 S
Fisher and Thomas; Poland
ninghain, Diibiic, and McKee.
(lallin, Avers and Ainsmith;
Xew York li
Mnnimnux ami Schmidt; Benton ami
R. II. ' E.
St. Louis "' 10 1
Boston 3 S (I
Ames, Wiilinnis and Gonzales; Tyler,
Hughes and Blackburn.
R. IT. V..
Chicago N 0 7 2
Philadelphia 1 11 1
Prendergast and Wilson; Alexander
and Killifer. 12 innings.
R. II. K.
Cincinnati 4 11 2
Brooklyn ' 21 u
Schneider and Wingo; Pfeffer am1
McCarthy. 13 innings.
Mikado Well Presented
Pensacola, Ha., Aug. 2. Be
lief that the German submarine
Bremen will dock here was
strengthened today with the
presence of several allied war
ships in the gulf oi'f Pensacola.
Also the destroyer Koe, station
ed here, left today to engage in
aeroplane maneuvers. No aero
planes were found but the de
stroyer is patrolling just in
side the three mile limit beck
Several tugs are cruising just
within the limit off tho harbor
Confidence Men Got
Gus Demas Bank Roll
This is a story of misplaced confi
dence in which Gus Demas, a Greek
; bootblack, playing the lending ns well
as the losing part.
According to Demas, a Greek met him
! accidentally on the street yesterday and
! with tearful eyes toll him of $12,000
: that had been left to a young Greek
I in the city who was supposed to be
I working ns a bootblack. The stranger
I said that the money uul been left by
a man who had wronged IH-uins' father
While talking with the stranger, a
third Greek appeared who vouchsafed
for the $12,000 story and showed that
he had money by going to a bank and
returning with a big roll ' of equal
.lust as a matter of good faith, De
mas was asked to show that he had some
money and with the strangers went to
the V. S. bank and checked out his ac
count, ninouuting to 050. This was put
in a box supposed ty contain the 12,00(1
left to Demas and the $12,000 supposed
to have been drawn from the bunk by
out of the strangers.
By this time, the three had walked
to a point on South High street near
the Fry residence. Here the transfer
wus to be made when according to De
nnis, one of the men produced a hand
kerchief and a minute later Demas be
came dnzen. He was instructed to go
to his room with the box pud wait tin
arrival of his newly made friends. Af
ter waiting a time, he become suspicious
and on opening the box found only :m
The loss was nt once reported to tho
police who this afternoon report no
trace of the confidence men. Warrants
have been swum out for their arrest.
This is the end of the first chapter of
prices Shaded Lower
But Market Was Lively
Now York, Aug. 2. The New York
Tvening Sun financial reiev today
Professional pressure against pi ices
in today's trading caiired the greater
number of prominent issues to lower
levels, the selling, however, failing to
bring about an active market or to
attract liquidation from substantial
Following an irregular opeuiu.j in
which price changes ns a rule were con
fined to small fractious the .-renter
number of issues in the early tr-i-liiig
moved slowly in the direction of the
Railroad stocks showed a fair degree
of life in the first hour under the lead
ership ot Luion Pacific. Talk again
was heard in the street of the probab
ility of the declaration of an extra'
dividend on this issue.
In the early afternoon sentiment on i
the floor turned decidedly bearish and j vVc",
pressure was exerted in most pnrts of "i""v
the list, however, without britigin'r Portland, Ore., Aug. 2. Kdwurd
out stock in any volume. Further lo:.s- J Beals, weather man, measured his waist
es were recorded by the stocks which I by mistake with a 15 inch ruler and
were the weakest in the initial Ir.ins-! cave his tailor the exaggerated linii ii-
actions, including Industrial A! iiol, ! sions. His new flannel whites were nino
.Maxwell Motors and Willys-Overland, j inches too gross. Beals' friends thought
the latter showing a decline of upward: he was wnstisg away when he paraded
oi tour points Horn Wednesday tlos- with tho Pvthians,
Although the rails were not sold oa
strike talk, the dullness iu tiie group ns
n whole reflected the labor situation,
wnne me poor weekly go erwnioi-:
port ot weather conditions in the great
iiuriciiiiiirai secuiuis ot tne country con
tributed both to the general u'e.-ice
of intciest in the dealings and lo the
bearishoess among traders.
Mexico City, Aug. 2. General Carl
Malcotte arrived here today for a con
ference with Minister of War ObrcgonJ
to piun concentration of forces for
Villa's capture. Malcotte announces
hero his determination to make a
quick job and to take the bandit gen
eral at '-all costs."
He stated a special representative
had been sent to give assurance to the
Guggenheim Kxplora'tiou company of
protection from bandit raids and guar
antees of such facilities us it may de
sire in order to permit resumption of
the Veliirdenn mines. This, General
Malcotte stated.would bring eondi-j
. The audience at the Grand theatre
last night showed the effect of the
counter attraction of the opening of
Riverside Dip, but those in attendance
were more liberal with their applause
than on the previous evening, and to
tell the truth "the Mikado" as present
ed last night merited it.
The performance was smoother
throughout and there was more "pep"
injected into the various scenes, while
the orchestra played a better accom
paniment, and picked up the encores in
a snappier manner.
Mr. Wilson made an announcement
between the acts and said in part:
"Ladies and gentlemen: You will par
don my making an announcement in
costume, hut I feel that a word of ap
preciation is due you for your expres
sion of our efforts and also the cast
for the work they have accomplished
in staging this standard opera so cred
itably in tho length of time in which
we have accomplished it. This opera
we are presenting tonight has lived for
a period of 31 years, has been translat
ed into other languages and produced
in almost every modern tongue.
"There is n reason for this and it is
that when Gilbert wrote the libretto he
created types thnt were universal. The
scene could just as well have been laid
in France, Germany or Russia, or in
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tions in Durnngo practically up to common to all -systems of government,
normal since all the farmers of that 'Ko-Ko' is the cheap man of small enli-
Btnte have put a large portion of their fbre suddenly raised to an exalted posi
uimi miner cultivation.
Rut That Riverside Din ! 2500 Saw Dedication
or Kiversiae Uip
Riverside Dip, Salem public bathing
beach, established by the Comnien-i.il
club, was formally opened last n;t.ht
with an attendance estimated at 2.V.O.
iiesmes .inn -wno enjoyed tne spoils
loniung on from this sole of the river.
The official program began with, the
automobile parade at 7 o'clock forming
nt the .Marion hotel and led by the
The main event of tne evening's en
tertainment was the swimnuVng cm tests
put on by the Meyers department stoic,
with the awards of bathing suits for
winners in the four swimming match, .
In the match for boys under 13, th?
first prize was won by Donald David
son -ami tiie second prize, by Frank
Jarvis. In the contest for boys over .'0
years, Florance Legget won' first and
Louis Walker, second.
For girls under Hi, Alice McClelL-n
nun awarded tne rust prize ami Kli'.a
both Bayne, the second. In the Indie'
contest, Miss Klizabeth Spitzbnrt was
awarded tne first, prue and Miss Flor
ence nicotine, the second. In the
men s race, Claud Steusloff was fivst
and Willnrd Martina, second.
The judges in the swimming races
for the Meyers' prizes were R.
Bishop, Wiii, Gahlsdorf and Fred L.
Mangis. Attorney John Bayne was the
The opening of the beach was a suc
cess iu every particular ami the at
tendance last evening was but a fore
runner of the crowds that will be found
Automobile Passenger and Bag
Furnished Tents and Cottages
L. D. PICKENS, Box 274
T 1 1 I I . ,n m I H
that position and consequently mukes
Will Not Resume Work. (many mistakes. 'Xanki-Poo' is the ro-
New York, Aug. 2. Officials of the ! tnantic young lover working under the
Guggenheim Kxplorntion company said 'cover of mistaken identity. 'Yum-Yum
today they were ignorant of anv I ' Pitti-Sing' and 'Peep-Bo' are typical
special representative" said to being school girls at the giggley age. Jntislia
offering protection and guarantees in is Hie husband tuisting old maid wnn
The Frame Shop at 115 Court street,
will offer on Special sale Saturday
some 250 picture frames nt 25c to 50c
each. These frames are mado from
tdiort leneths or lcinnants and nre
I just the same as nre sold in tae fram
ing department. But at about one
fourth regular price. These prices
will include glass and fitting.
W. E. Slater and Milo Rasmussen,
well known F.Iks of Snlem who passed
the examinations aa uufo drivers for
tho V. S. army, writo 11. .1. Wiedmor
ns follows, from San Antonio: ".lust
Winded iiere slid will start in Iwn limiri
on the last lap of our journey about $1 00
300 llliles Irmil her.. Wn ..ill",.... l. '
sent to Fort Sam Houston."
their mining district. Mining in Mex
ico would not be attempted at present.
it was said, because of luck of railroad
The transportation committee of the
Marshfield excursion will go to Inde
pendence and Dallas tomorrow to se
cure the names of those who wish ac
commodations for the Coos bay excur
sion. Next week, the committee will
go to Woodburn, Gervnis and Silverton.
With PVerV Cash OrdPr of i 'x,'rsion will eairy not only rep
Thursday & Friday
Made by me are no better than tluwe,
made iy otners out in tno tit of
lenses is the real north.
I not only give you the best lenses
that money cau buy but guarantee to
fit jour eyes correctly satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded.
1 can refer you to thousands of satis
fied patrons in Marion and Polk
' You pay no more for scientifically
fitted glasses than you pay for poorly
Dr. KI. P. MENDELSOHN,
doctor or optics I
210-211 United states Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
Tmj river seems to be holding its
own, as the gunge today is 1.1 feet
a nova ro, the same as yesterday. One
fvur ko loony tne gunge was ,o or a
toot below and two years ago, .7 foot
below. The sunnier climate ulso con
tinues about right notwithstanding tho
predictions for a hot wave, as the max
imum yesterday was 71 above ami the
minimum, 5.1 above.
Tha first lectureof the sunier insti
tute at Chemuwa will be delivered this
evening in the auditorium nt Chemawn,
at o'clock by Adolph A. Berle, pro
fessor of social ethics, Tutts college,
Cambridge, Mass. He will seak on
"Kducation which Educates. " The
next lecture will be given Fridnv even
ing by Dr. Arthur P. Wedge, of Bos
Luther jr. Chapia mads a trip to Mt.
Angel, Aurora, Donald and Woodburn
today to asuist iu .making plans for lo
cal com shows this fall. The gvncrul
com conditions are belter than the
average and are showing much better
man expected consiilerimr tne tnit'nv.
oralde weather. With the usual hot
weamer in August, th corn crop will
average better than a year ago.
$2.00 for Groceries, 1 will
give 12 pounds of Sugar for
These are some of
3 pkgs. Maccroni 25c
resentative people from Snlem, but
the surrounding towns ns well.
Jtion who does not know what to do in (each evening nt "The Dip'' especially
nncii i ne usunt .august not wave ap
pears along the Pacific coast.
Hereafter, the beach will be open to
the public every day after 2 o 'clack,
in dairg.i r.f Arthur, I!. 'i!son end F,.
.!. Mangis with Mrs. Horsey in charge
of the indies dressing rooms.
On His Bold Stand
Denver. Col Vug. 2. Miss Anne
Martin, chairman of the National Wo
man 's party, today sent from here the
lonowing message to Charles E.
"Your declaration for the nntional
woman suffrage amendment makes the
women of America your debtors for
very deemed views ot me ami ne
I Mikado' is the jolly monarch of the
'Old King Cole AYas a Merry Old
Soul' style. From these materials Gil
bert constructed a most ingenius nnd
humorous plot and Sullivan set his
rhymes to jingly tuneful music that
has become familiar and loved the
world over. Xo two men since Gilbert
and Sullivan have been able to collabor
ate -so successfully, and the comic op
eras (so-cnlled) which are now pro
duced scarcely outlast the season in
which thev are first presented
Abstracts eiamined. Corporation Law.
Financial Agents. Trusts, Escrows and
Accounts. Estates probated. Collec
tions, Deeds, Mortgages. General
practice in all courts. Correspondence
solicited. Prompt attention. Bank
references. Fourteenth year.
LOANS PLACED ON PORTLAND PROPERTY
Mosessohn & Mosessohn
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It is the opinion ot the cast and your couras-e nnd stntemniwiii,.
mino also that a stnndnrd opera such as I Miss .Martin state,! in n ;,!.,-,;...
Arrangements will be made by the wc are presenting here tonight should I that the woman's pnrtv was not playing
Commercial club whereby the teachers be seen by more people of Salem than j politics.
coming from the entire northwest who; have witnessed it thus far. as it is edu-1 "If President Wilson comes out for
are attending the summer institute at , rational to a certain extent as well as . the federal, amendment or the present
Chemawn.niav be brought to Salem for : entertaining, and the younger genera-' democratic congress passes it the ni-esi-
d pkgS. MaCCl'Oni OCIau evening's entertainment, which will'tion who have never seen it should not dent will not be opposed by uS.
3 PkES SDaCettl 25cli", l,",, a ride nlwut lh city and a i miss the opportunity. We therefore will ever, from present indications t
r K r L 1 oir '"'rimi! bund concert. As there is at-, present it at popular prices of 50 cents i will be nothing else for the won
O IDS. Uatmeal Z5C ready an attendance ot more thnu 200,, and 35 cents for reserved seats, 25 cents! party to do but to place its e
6 bars of White Soar) arrangements will be made for a spo- j genoral admission, and 10 cents for chil- strength behind Mr. Hughes."
cuil train on the Oregon hlectric
6 bars of White Soap . . . 25c
1 can 15c Corn 10c
1 can 15c Peas 10c
1 can Tomatoes 10c
1 can 15c Salmon 10c
2 lbs. of German Amer
ican Coffee 55c
1 large cake Toilet Soap, ,5c
Our phone is "66" We de
liver phone us your order.
Yours for business,
247 N. Commercial Street
I dren next Saturday night. The opening
! of the bnthiuc bench tonight has cut
The Riverside Dip committee from down our attendance and conscquently
the Civic depart men t of the Comnier-! ninny who would have come here jossib
cinl club, with Dr. W. II. Hyrd ns ly, have not come. We feel also that
chairman, met this morning and took 'there are ninny people iu Salem who
definite action on two propositions ,li,l not feel they could afford to bring
that have been presented. Requests! their families at the prices prevailing
have been coming to the Commercial tonight, who would come at popular
club that a dancing floor be erected at 'prices. Thanking you tor your atteud
the bench and that dancing in buthing; ance and appreciation I trust thnt yon
suits be permitted. The committee sat! will all tell your friends of this an
down on this proposition good and I nouncenient and asist us in fillirTg the
hard, nnd it was definitely settled that! house next Saturday."
there would be no dancing on tliej , ,
beach. The other proposition wus thnt i WOULD TAKE POWER
of holding a special weekly event nt I FKOM COMMISSION
the beach, iu which there T.ould be
special sports and entertainment. This! Washington, Aug. 2. Attacking the
met with the favor of the committee j interstate commerce commission .is
and arrangements will be made for one I having vi.-'uallv turnc I over to the
big evening once a week for special IMipunts and other powder mnnuf ict-.ir-nttrnctious.
itrt ;t8 ,iutv of regulating .-xplosi e
. " I cargoes. Representative Hamill of
Wedding Invitations. Announcements' New Jersey introduce 1 a bill this nf
nnd Calling Cards Printed at the Jour-j termon to' ,a! s i--h imi'.ioiity away
nal Job Department. (from !Ve interna a' c.nui-ir conimis-
Have the CnpitaJ Journal follow you
during your vacation. Phone 81.
When is SALEM, OEEGON, sto at
Free and Private Baths
BATBS: 75c, $1.00, 11.50 FES DAT
The only hotel in the business district.
Nearest to all Depots, Theatres aid
A Home Away From Horns.
T. Q. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones, Free Anto Bos.
The Korean Restaurant
is now opened in our new loca
tion at 110 1-2 Com! street.
Everything new and clean. All
kinds of Chinese and Spanish
dishes. Pay us a visit.
$ DON'T TELL YOUR AGE
Gray hairs are no sign of old age, but
tired eyes make you look older than you
CORRECTLY FITTED EYEGLASSES
will take away that tired look.
Let us relieve you of eyestrain.
Miss A. McCulIoch. Optometrist,
20S-9 Hubbard Bldg. phone 109