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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 16, 1916.
"Salem's Big Department Store
:g Biggest Values
Special Low Prices on Several Lines of Women's
I i4n Immense Sale of
j; Continues Another Week.
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lit kauo, uiatu, wiurc uiu cuiiiumeu learners
patents, dull and suede finishes. You'll be Sur
mised at Rlirh FYint.wpnr hnrcrninc wo nffov t-n
55 Salem buyers. Keen vour monev in Salem and
55 get bigger value.
v: One big lot of Pumps 50c
: Another lot, choice, $1.00
g And another, very good,
;g QUALITY AND SERyiCE
55 v T77r?rcr
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THE DAY'SWAR NEWS
Russian Attacks Weak.
Berlin, Aug. IB. Tlie liusHians mailt1
only weak Attacks north of tho Dneixter
yesterday, following heavy losses in
Monday's figthtinK, and theso attnelis
were repulsed, it was officially an
nounced this afternoon. The llorinnns
. hold Stnrawipcxyna height.
Nearly Hit Consulate.
Rome, Aug. Id. Austrinn air raid
ers nearly hit tho United States con
sulate at Venice in their reeent raid,
it was learned today. Domhs exploded
within thirty yards of th building',
showering it with fragment. UnilJted
States Consul B. lliirvey Carroll and
his staff were badly frightened.
. A Real Quiet Night.
Paris, Aug. Id. German roeonnolter'
ing parties were dispersed by the
French and the Champagne Inst night,
th war office announced today.
The night was generally calm on
, the entire fronf. Northeast of Verdun
bombardments occurred on several sec
tors. (Icrmnn aeroplanes bombarded
the fortress town of llelfort, but there
were no victims.
No Change on Sonune Front.
London, Aug. HI. Minor engage
ments occurred in tho region of
An Economical, Delightful, Light Place to Trade
$3.00 lo $5.00
416 STATE STREET
THE STOKE FOR THE PEOPLE
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
WE PAY POSTAGE ON MAIL ORDERS
of the Season
A Sale of
A worthy tale of the season's new j
Dresses of marquisette, voiles, lawns, .J'l
etc., in ruffle, embroidery, lace trim-
niings, plain white, white with colored
embroidery and figured patterns all ji
new styles, and worth mora than we JP
ask. Take your pick commencing
the window display.
Dozens of good values
J ..... 1-. ? 1 1 i.1
Po.iereg last night, but otherwise there
was no ehano in the situation on the
Soinino front, Clenerul Haig reported
Italians Capture Trenches.
Home, Aug. It). Italian troops cap
tured Austrian trenches on the slopes
of Monte l'eciuka south of (!oritsiim
in the neighborhood of Hcateina and
San .Marco, Inking 3f:i prisoners, it
was officially anoiiuiiced today.
KINO GEORGE SENDS
ENVOY TO THE POPE
Loudon, Aug. HI. King George has
appointed Count Dc Salis envoy er
traordinarr on a special mission to
Pope Benedict, it was officially an
nounced this afternoon. Count Pe
Salis succeeds Sir Henry Howard, who
was sent to the Vatican shortly after
the beginning of the wur.
Count De Salis is an experienced
diplomat, having served at Brussels,
Madrid, Cairo and Berlin. Ho nlso
saw service in the British foreign of
fioo and at the outbreak of the war
was tho minister to Monte Negro.
A petition for the adoption of Ooldie
M. (ieorge, nine year old daughter of
0. A. and Cordelia (Ieorge, has been
filed in the county court by Walter
and Kli.a (lidley. The parents of the
child have given their consent to the
for Fleshy Feet
We can fit the fleshy girl or
woman to a stylish Shoe consider
ably smaller than she has been
wearing, and still give her mor
room and comfort than she has
The woman with the fleshy foot
is entitled to just as much style as
those who are easily fitted. You
will find this shoe Just what you
are looking for.
Ask for our
'AUNT POLLY'S OUT SIZES' '
All Around Town
August 17. Cherrian dance
August 17. Iowa day at state
Aug. 25. Oherrian excursion
'September 4. Labor day.
Sept. 7-K . Willamette Valley
Tennis Tournament, Sulem.
Sept. 18. Opening day of city
September 20. Monthly meet
ing Commercial club. Address
by Hnrwood Hall.
Sept. 25-30 Oregon Slate Fair.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, flu glasse
m eorrectly. U. 8. Bank. Bltij.
Thompson and McKay, the patients
who escaped from tnc asylum for the
insane Sunday night, have not yet
Word was received today that How
aril Hunsacker of Turner, son of (i.
W. Hunsacker, was seriously ill with
typhoid fever at his home in Jduho.
Chief Harry Hutton and R. Muths,
of tho city fire department, who have
been recreating at Breitenbnsh and
Newport the past two weeks, went on
duty this morning.
Drink Cereo, the liquid food, the
health drink. Ask your grocer. tf
The Drager Fruit company shipped
the first cur load of pears ot the sea
son out of Koseburg yesterday. Within
tho next, week or ten days, they ex
pect to ship ten ear loads.
Mark Weatherford, democratic can
didate for congress, opposing Congress
man Hawley, will soon begin an active
enmHign. His first speaking dates
are in southern Oregon. Later he will
talk in Salem.
Shipley's Dollar Week end specials
for r'riday and Saturday. See Friday's
The roof on the addition to the Mar
ion hotel is now on, the lathing will
begin today and plasteriug tomorrow.
By September IS, the two upper floors
with 27 rooms will be ready for the
furnishings, and by October 1, every
thing will be furnished in tho, 42
Hop piasters tape, 5, 10 and 25 cents
at Loekwood's 2Hi N. Commercial St.
Dr. J. D. Moore of Pueblo, Colorado,
is in the eitv, a guest at the home of
his brother W. W. Moore. This is Dr.
Mooro's first trip to the Pacific coast,
and while he has not had timo to take
in the real beauties of this section of
tho Willamette valley, he expressed
himself as wonderfully pleased with
the scenery of the const and especially
of the country surrounding Snlem.
Dr. C. Hartley, specialist, inflamed,
bleeding gums and pyorrhea. 4 Hi L S.
Hank Bldg. l'hone ISO.
W. M. Hamilton, local manager of
the I'ortlund Kail way, Light and Pow
er company, is in Portland today as a
representative or Hie Salem commer
cial club, conferring with assistant i
general manager .1. II. Dyer relative to
tho new Southern Pacific depot in Sa
lem. In other words, Mr. Hamilton will
endeavor to leant from the S. P. of
ficials .iust what has been done and
nlso to remind them that Snlem expects
Dr. R. Meuric Roberts, osteopathic
physician, 300 Masonic Bldg. Phone
The safe in the office of the city
library whs broken into last night and
a small sum of monev taken therefrom.
The thieves gained an entrance to the
building by prying open one or tnc low
er windows on the west side of the
building. A small sledge and a wedge
were taken from the furnace room,
with which instruments the lock was
I broken from the door of the safe. It
is the opinion of the police department
that the job was done by boys. The
burglars got away with about 20.
135 N. Commercial St. Phone 67,
is the place for fresh roasted coffee,
teas and spices. Wm. tiahlsdorf.
Two funeral services will be held for
Mrs. Mary lva Kurd, wife of the Hev.
T. B. Konl, who died yesterday morning
at her home on I nenieKem sireei. me
'first service will be at 10 o'clock
'Thursdav morning from the chapel of
I Webb &' Clough and will be conducted
ibv the Rev. K. X. Avison and tnc Kev.
.1. Montcalm Brown. The body will
be taken to Portland on the Oregon
Klectrie mid the final services held at
2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon from
the chapel of .1. P. Finley. Burial will
be in a Portland cemetery.
Nothing so disappointing as a cup of
old roast coffee. They why not get a
r......ti amiii rtuist cntt'ee ronsted daily
I costs less. Wm. (Jahlsdorf, Phone tl".
Woodmen of the World are requested
1... .liulrii.f mnnntrer. .1. C. .loilCS.
!to attend the meeting Friday evening,
as important business matters win
I ki, tliA Indue. Onft of these
,h,it nf nrriniL'inir for the reception
oi I. I. Hoak of Oenver. head consul of
i.. u .,.l,.,u .,f the World. With oth
er head officials of the lodge, Mr.
Boak will tour the west in October and
his schedule now calls for the party to
spend the day and eveuing of October
11 :.. U ..ilv Tim i.iimlitt of All the
surrounding towns will be invited to
attend the reception.
Fine orange howl free with a 50 cent
can of tirand I'mon Baking iowter.
l'hon IMiS Lockwood. 21tl N. Commer
cial St. Placing your order now insures
Iowa picnic at the fair grounds Au
gust the 17th, meet at 10 o'clock.
Please bring your own lunch baskets
Dance afternoon and evening. Every
Although the country north of Salem
is being thoroughly searched by posses
from the penitentiary, assisted by the
sheriff of Clackamas county, the two
convicts, Brown and Werter, who es
caped Tuesdays are still at large.
John Bayne, president of the Wood
row Wilson league, says that as soon
as the president is officially notified
Oi his nomination ai)l his acceptance,
the League will get busy and arrange
for meetings and assist in the organi
zation of other leagues.
According to a report received lu
the city today, the first hop yard in
Oregon to begin picking will be that
of Julius Piucus, near Independence.
One week from toduy work on harvest
ing HO acres of i'uggles will start. The
picking of the late hoiB in the yard
will begin September o.
William E. Lerchen and Fred S. By
iion left for Mt. Angel and Silvcrton
this morning in the interests of the
Mnrshfield excursion of the Chcrriaiis.
Kliorts are being made by other mem
bers of the soliciting committee to se
cure a representative attendance from
Snlem ami surrounding towns.
The Rev. J. C. pencer of the Les
lie M. E. church returned yesterday
from a two weeks' vacation at New
port. Mr. and ' Mrs. Spencer chaper
oned a partv of four young ladies on
a hiking trip from Lebanon. Mrs.
Spencer will remain a few days longer
tit the beach.
Charles Evans Hughes, republican
candidate for president will be in Sa
lem a. few minutes tomorrow morning.
His party will leave Portland at 1:30
o'clock on train number 15. and will
arrive in Salem at 3:32. He is sched
uled for an address in San Francisco
Elgin Chipman of Portland, who died
in Albany yesterday from injuries re
ceived while bathing, was buried
this afternoon in the Odd Fellows
cemetery. Funeral services were held
this morning in Albany. The young
man was 17 years old. With his moth
er he was returning from an outing at
Newport and stopped off a few days
as the guest of Judge ami Mrs. Hew
itt. He was bathing In the Willamette
and in making a dive, struck Ins head
on a rock, resulting in his death twen
ty four hours later.
Money will be as free as the sands
of the ocean when the Chcrrians and
their friends leave for the Coos bay
celebration, Friday; morning, August
2o. in fact, according to the latest fig
ures of the Burroughs' adding machine
there will be i(i.')0,000 floating around,
all in.. genuine Cherrian Kopecks. $20,
000 of this money will be in twenties
(twenty kopecks); $20,000 in fives
and $10,000 in tens. Being a liberal
aggregation, there will be no change
smaller than a five, in kopecks. The
money this year will be issued in a
beautiful orange color. That issued
two venrs airo. of a Willamette green
color, will have no more value than
City Treasurer Rice baa been devot
ing his leisure time this summer to the
cultivation of vegetables on a hereto
fore unlovely lot at the corner ot Cen
ter and Winter Btreets, anil one look at
tiio garden will convince anybody that
the treasurer understands 'he art of
gardening. It is perfectly safe to make
the assertion that there is no finer gar
den of its kind in Salem, or in the Pa
cific northwest for that matter. Much
of the labor has been performed with
a grubbing hoe, which instrument Mr.
Iticc ha been in the habit of leaving
in toe garden. This grubbing hoe has
been stolen. Mr. Rice will probably
be willing to donate the hoe if the
thief can be npprehended and compell
ed to use it.
Don't forget the third Cherrian
The Talk Highways of the Land
Millions of miles of long distance wire stretch out from your
telephone to practically every city and town in Oregon, Wash
ington, California and parts of Idaho and Nevada.
When you must have quick action remember that a word to
the operator will clear the track, two miles or two thousand,
day or night. Prompt, reliable long distance service.
Wheat Market Goes
Higher In Chicago
Chicago, Aug. Hi. Wheat rallied
after a lower opening today to frac
tional gains over yesterday's close.
Selling pressure by longs was respons
ible for the low start, but the market
recovered within a few minutes on
heavy buying by commission men.
September was up over the opening
1 to $1.43 3-4, December 3-4 at
1.4!4 and May 1-4 at $1.50 1-4.
Corn opened strong and mado furth
er slight gains on the rise in wheat.
September was unchanged at 83 3-4,
December up 1-4 at 73 3-4 and May
up at 75.
Oats were steady. Scattered com
mission house buying boosted prices
fractionally at the opening, but the
market slowed down Inter. September
was down 1-S at. 43 3-8, Demeinber un
changed at 4S 5-8 and May up 1-8 at
DALLY PAPERS HARD HIT.
Wilwaukee, Wis., Aug. 10. All daily
newspaper of Milwaukee have agreed
to cut off returns in the sale of their
papers with the view, to relieving the
uaner famine, it was announced to-
! day. The size .of the papers also will
be reduced. It is estimated that the
papers will save from 15 to 25 tons of
paper a week.
dance and royal welcome at the armory
tomorrow evening. Besides the com
mittee in charge last Thursday even
ing, others have been added to the
torcc of entertainers, hvcrytlnng win
be at the rate cf one jitney and this
price is to include a chance at Oeorge
C. L. Snvder's rack of 12 dolls and the
wheel oi' fortune in which no one takes
a chance us there is a prize with ev
ery turn. As assistants, King Bing
Ueckebnch has requisitioned i red o.
By noil, J. C. Perry nml Ray ti rant, nud
if business is rushing nt the wheel nml
doll rack, others will be recruited into
Ann Townsend of Salem, a maiden
lady 50 years of age. was committed
to the asylum for the insane this morn
ing. Don Moores, who was hurt in an auto
accident at Stayton Sunday afternoon,
is able to be about on crutches. His
right leg was badly bruised, but no
bones were broken.
Charles Pabst has returned from San
Jose, Calif., and has accepted employ
ment at the Oregon state hospital. He
is a cornet player and is now a mem
ber of the Chehrrian band.
. On account of the incrasjng business
in the valley and especially in Salem
and nearby " towns, the Southern' Pa
cific has appointed an additional trav
eling passenger agent. A. O. Wicks of
Portland. W. H. Jenkins, the regular
passenger agent, will devote his time
mainly to points south ami to the main
line of the road, while Mr. Wich will
work several days in the week at Sa
lem. Salem Is to have another newspaper.
The first issue will be sold on the
streets Saturday. Its name is the
Cherrian llazette ami , Mnrshfield
Marshmallow, and the proceeds from
the sale thereof will be placed in the
strong box of the Cheirinn treasury.
Win. E. Lerchen is the editor in chief
and he will be assisted by others equal
Dan F. Langenberg Is holding re
hearsals with a picked quintette who
are under training to render sweet
vocal music on th ("Iierrinii Marsh
field excursion and to also show the
native sons of the t'oos bay country
what a fine lot of singers there are in
this part of the Willamette valley.
The quintette is composed of Theodore
Roth, Albert Egou, Oeorge C. L. Sny
der, F. O. Deckebaeh and Dim F. Lan
genberg. 'Nurf scd.
Has any one lost a big Jersey cow?
Said cow was found roaming early this
morning in the garden of Mrs. Margar
et Huffman, 12H8 Xoriii Church street.
As Mrs.. Huffman is quite proud of her
garden, she arose nt the sound of foot
steps and at once proceded to place the
intruder in the barn. The cow is still
in the barn waiting for th( owner to
prove proper t v. Mrs. Huffman did not
turn the auimul out into the street,
fearing that the unwelcome visitor
might once again dine off of the deli-
list of toll rates to cities hereabout;
the front of your Bell directory.
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
MET WEIGhTJ POUNDS 3 OUNCES
Buy the Larger Sizes
Crisco comes in three sizes: VA lb. 3 lb., 1 oz.
6 lb., 3 oz. They are sold at net weight instead
of gross weight. You thus pay only for the
contents and not the tin. Occasionally a cook
ing fat seems economical because you do not
think of the weight of the can. . v
You will save money by ordering the larger
sizes of Crisco of your grocer. Do not be afraid
of buying a large package, for Crisco keeps
cneics of her garden. Notice to owner:
Please come ami get the cow.
Otto H. Elmer of the Oregon Agri
cultural college, assistant in plant pa
thology, will arrive in the city this
evening and will give his time for the
next few days in tiia final spraying
exprimeiits in a prune orchard in the
Sunnyside district. Mr. Kliner hopes
Inter to arrange a date for a general
demonstration to those interested,
showing the effects ot the . spraying
experiments carried on this summer.
Certain rows of trees have been given
only iine spraying, others three and
again other parts of the tract six
sprayings. By this means, Mr. Kliner
hopes to show by the appearance ami
general health of the trees, just what
the spraying experiments have accom
plished. AT BRIETENBUSH HOT SPRINGS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Brietenbush Hot Springs, Ore., Aug.
1(1. In spite of the fact that the Brie
tenbush Hot Springs are reached only
by a narrow trail which is 12 miles long
and impassible except to pack horses
and pedestrians the campers were per
mitted the privilege of enjoying a
never-to-be-forgotten chicken dinner
and feast. This affair was planned by
Mrs. Bartholomew, of Portland; Mrs.
Rae, of Kingston, and Mrs. Mosher, of
Silvcrton. The table which was spread
under the largest fir trees a nhort dis
tance from three of the many springs
were surrounded by the 34 persons. The
feast consisted of stewed chicken with
drop dumplings, lr,ish and sweet po
tatoes, tomatoes, corn, beans, pens, sa
lad, pickles, bread and butter, coffee,
pie, cakes and fruit.
The dinner was somewhat delayed by
numerous photographers endeavoring to
gain a lusting evidence of this great
feast. " lad " Bnrr. of Turner paived
himself quite efficient in the line of
serving and dish washing. Los Angeles.
Portland, Salem, Turner, Albany and
ninny other towns were represented.
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