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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1916)
First Showing of the New Fall Apparel
Full of snap and attractiveness that foretell an Autumn of unusually
pleasing styles. See the big assortment that are now r eady for in
spection ; also the window display.
Sale of Women's Summer Dresses
Here's a rousing Clearance of the season's newest, stylish Dresses
every one a good value at the market price. Plain, stripe, flowered,
embroidery and lace effects in Voiles, Marquisettes, Lawns, Linens
and Fancy Cloths; many plaited and ruffled Dresses in the lot. An
unusually large and varied assortment to choose from. Be on hand
early and get a good choice
$3.95 Dresses ..$1.98 $ 8.50 Dresses. .$4.25 $5.00 Dresses ..$2.50
$10.00 Dresses.. $5.00 $7.00 Dresses ..$3.50 $12.00 Dresses.. $6.00
$15.00 Dresses $7.50
Many prices between these quoted. (See the window display.)
Another Lot of Dainty Dresses, Clearance at, each $3.75
When you want
Go to Meyers
All Around Town
Aug. 31. Dr. Howard H. Rus
sell, founder of Anti-Saloon
League, address at First
September 4. Labor day.
Sept. 7-8-9. -Willamette Valley
" Tenuis Tournament, Salem.
September 9. Barnum & Buil
September 11. Mouthly meet
ing Salem Floral society, Com
Sept. 18. Opening day of city
September 20. Monthly meet
ing Commercial club. Address
by Hurwood Hull.
Sept. 3-30 Oregon State Fair.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, flu glass
fl correctly. U. S. Bank. Bld.
The church building of the First
Church of Christ, Scientist, on Chemek
eta stivet between Liberty and High,
it being repainted.
Drink Oereo, the liquid food, the
health driuk. Ask your grocer. tf
The (Jeer and Kreuger furniture store
will begin to move part of their stock
next week into their new building on
the location formerly occupied by the
Weiifurd theatre on Court street.
Quality stands first at Hartman Bros.
Co., quality jewelers,
Flans for a country bungalow are be
ing drawn hy architect (ieorge M. Post
for J. J. Wood to be erected as a
country home for Mr. Wood near Wood
bum. Salem's finest and largest jewelery
store is Jlartmaii Bros, company.
Bom sales of prunes are reported at
70 cents a bushel, delivered at the or
chard. This is equivalent to about five
wnts a pound for the crop straight
mrougn, auu is considered satisfactory
ur. r. 11. xnompson specialist, eye,
ear, nose and throat. 414 Bank of Com'
Reports from the S. I. train dispatch
er 1 office are to the effect that the
Cherrinn special arrived in Kiigcne on
time, 11:20 this morning and that after
a stop of 40 minutes, left for the Coos
Sea the wish bones at Welch Elec
tric Co., 220 Commercial St.
The fifth Wednesday In the month
will be next Wednesday and according
to its usual custom, the Maccabee
lodge will hold a special social at their
rooms in the Met orna.'k building. Br
aides the usual refreshments, there will
be a program of interest, in charge ot
Wslter Lj, l.enon, Karl Sumner ami
Mrs. Jennie Miller.
Sea what Mr. George Hatch the mail
rsrrier, has accumulated, and devoured
220 Com'l Ht.
"Salem's Style Store"
Special Sale of Middy
extra good grade material used in these buy
them tomorrow at this low price, each
Not more than three to a customer.
O. J. Beach and family returned yes
terday from a week's stay at Newport.
Mr. Beach claims to be some hiker, as
he suys he hiked to the Devil's Punch
bowl and buck, a Walk of 24 miles all
in the same day.
Wish you had the stove at Welch
Kiev trio Co., 220 North Commercial St.
The funeral of Lowell Cannon, the
eight year old sou of C. II. Canuou will
be held nt 10:30 o'clock Saturday morn
ing from the chapel of Webb 4t Clough,
instead of the Highland Friends church
at 10 o'clock, as announced from the
pulpit of the church last uigiit.
Dr. O. L. Scott, D. C, will be in his!
office on and niter Saturday Aug. 2d.
. . . . aug2u
George Palmer, a rancher of the
Roseilale district is at the, Willamette
sanatorium for treatment of blood
poisoning, lie is well known in this
locality nnd Hosednle, having lived in
this vicinity nil ms lite.
Water Sports at Denlson's Baths
foot of State St., Sunday afternoon,
The following are driving 1017 Fords
having purchased during toe last few
InVB: William Mnv, Salem; K. M. Bai
ley, route 9; H. McDnuiel, Salem; Miss
Ida White, Salem; Mrs. II. C. O'Xeil,
Salem; T. L. Hoi ley, route 3; Jesse II.
Kobinson, Turner; H. 1). Green, route
Bathing suits, all sizes, styles, col
ors, shoes, caps, water wings. Watt
Shipp Co. '
This la the way the mercury climbed
yesterday for a record day: 1 p. m., Mi;
p. m. mi; 3 p. m. 91; 4 p. 111. 92 nnd
.1 p. in. 93. All of which indicates that
the warmest time of the day is iiloug
late in the afternoon. These tempera
tures are the government's official
Don't grope in the dark, get a flash
light at Lockwood's, 2HI N. Commer
cial. Mrs. Rebecca Stroop, living three
miles southeast of Silvertou, died sud
denly at her home yesterday morning,
she assisted her daughter in the morn
ing household work and later was found
dead hi her room, her death being due
probably to heurt failure. The funerla
will be held in Silverton. -o
Is your Ford complete It will inter
est you (0 look over our stock of BC'
cessories. - Watt f hipp Co.
The mercury in the thermometer
made the highest climb of the year
yesterday, reaching tho P3 mark at the
O. C. T. dock where tho government
gets its official records. Of course
down town It was several degrees high
er. With Oil as the high murk of the
year at Salem, Grants I'nss was having
some weather up to 103 above. Hose
burg with 101, .Med fold with 105 and
Pendleton at the 100 mark. The river
is the lowest of the year with two de
grees Mow aero.
Use Shelby Maxda electric lamps for
brighter, whiter light. I'lione DOS Lock
wood, 21tl N. Commercial St.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUG. 25, 1916.
at V2 price
The "Human Fly" who climbed to
the top of the Meyers store Wednesday
evening, will next try the court house,
promising to keep on going until he
rests on the head of (ho Goddess, of
Justice. The dome of the court house
looks like pretty smooth climbing, but
he says lie can and will climb it next
Saturday evening at 7 o'clock.
Two necessities for your automobile
a vacuum bottle nnd a flashlight
Wutt Shipp Co.
Commanders of the various encamp
ments of Spanish War Veterans in Ore
gun will assist the adjutant general in
securing recruits for the Third Oregon
infantry. This is in compliance with a
request mnde by Acting Adjutant Gen
ernl Wilson to Commander Harvey
M-..1I.. f 1 11. .11 . 1 V
I i euo. v.wmiuuiiucr ciis nas maue eaen
commander a recruiting officer.
Tor good cup of cofiee get Grand
I'nion Angle Blend next time. Phone
(H Lock wood, 210 N. Commercial.
Red clover is reported an excellent
crop in this part of the valley, better
iuuh me crop ot last year. Very little
midge is noted, and this only in fields
which were cut too Into in tho spring.
The average yield will be four or five
bushels to the acre. A bushel of clover
seed weighs 00 pounds. Local dealers
predict a price of from 15 to 17 cents a
Stick to it, sure you can depend on the
hop pickers tape at Lockwood's, 216
Rv. Dr. Howard H. Russell, founder
of the Anti-Saloon League and one of
the ablest and most noted speakers
and workers in the temperance move
ment in the nation, will be heard in
the city next Thursday evening, Aug
ust 31, at the First Christian church.
His address is looked forward to with
much interest by those interested in
the temperance movement.
Four iHundred Candle Power, See
the mutch lighter gasoline lanterns nt
Wkwood 's, Sill N. Commercial.
Prohibitionists will have the privi
lege of voting a prohibition ticket this
full, as the Marion county ticket is as
follows: For congress, Murk V. Wenth-
erford of Albany; for legislature. L. 1).
Hutcliff, Salem; Luther 1). Cook, Sa
lem; hnos Presuall. Marion: Oliver
.lory, Salem, A. K. Harris, tlrooks; for
sheriff, A. K. Slovor, (juiuaby; for
clerk, Swain Fra.ier, Salem: for asses
sor, John Mormon. Saloiu: fur commis
sioner, J. G. Vogt. Salem; for constable
William Pratt, Salem.
You may BtiU enjoy yourself If you
are in Salem, by smoking La Corona
Salem best grade cigar.
A warrant for the arrest of J. C.
l ochrane, section foreman for the
Southern Pacific eompanv at Turner,(
was sworn out here yesterday before
Justice of the Peace Webster, nnd it
is expected that Cochrane will be ar
raigned mis aiiermion. 1 ochrane is
charged with assaulting Mayor K. O.
Thomas of Turner. As near as can be
learned at this time, the difficulty
arose over matters pertaining to ac
tion of the Turner city council look
ing to the regulation of the speed of
Southern Pacific trains within the citv
limits. It is stilted that Mayor Thorn
as was knocked down and rendered in
sensible by Cochrane.
New arrivals la the following dress
silks, silk hosiery, Warner's corsets,
shirt waists, special prices. Agnes Me
Kvoys Chirago Store, State street near
t TODAY'S BALL SCORES t
S. H. E.
St. Louis r 14 O
New York :. 2 13 1
Weilman and Severoid; Cullop, Love,
Mogridgo and Valter9.
It. II. E.
Chicago 2 10 0
Washington 5 12 O
Williams, Wolfgang and Sehalk;!
Harper, Shaw and ilenry.
R. H. E.
Detroit 2 9 2
Boston 14 1
Dnuss und Spencer, Hiitoer; Shore,
Leonard and Cady, Thomas.
First game R.
Clevelund ... IS
Bngby, Beebe and O'Neill;
Williams and Pichnich.
Second game R.
Keebe and Coleman; Bush, Sheehan
R. H. E.
Xew York 6 13 5
Pittsburg 2 11 2
Snllee and Rariden; Harmon and
Schmidt. (11 innings.)
R, II. E.
3 10 0
2 4 0
Cheney and Miller;
0 3 0
gust, McConnell and Archer.
0. A. C. to Demonstrate
A demonstration on what has been
done by the 0. A. C. in its spraying ex
periments will be given next Wednes
day afternoon at the Hoosier farm,
formerly the L. M. Gilbert orchard, sit
uated cast of Rosednle between the
See Welch Electric Co. window at
220 Xorth Commercial St., contains 28
different varieties of breast (wish)
bones of birds.
New Columbia Dry Cells. Welch
I. Lynch, who handles the elevator.
nt the Salem Dank of Commerce build
ing is entitled to a decoration. While
swimming in deep water nt the River
side Dip he heard a young lady strang
ling and calling for help. He manag
ed to reach her jiinI us she was go
ing down the third time and by holding
her with his right, arm, succeeded in
swiiuming to shallow water, lint un
like most heroes and life savers, Mr.
Lynch doesn't even know, or hadn't
heard today, the name of tho lady lie
New Columbia Dry Cells. Welch
Special Why don't you get your
Sunday spring chicken nt 10c a lb.
and your fresh eggs at 27c a doz, at
Mickeiihnm 's, HIM South High. aug2li
A lungmotor, which is claimed to
.possess certain advantages over the
pulmotor now owned by the city, is on
exhibition at the office of Chief of Po
lice Welsh. The instrument has been
obtained on trial by Mr. Terwilliger of
the Cottage Undertaking parlors, who
intends using it for the purpose 01 es
tablishing proof of death if it meets
the promises of its manufacturers. Hy
use of the machine complete respiration
established, it is claimed, whereas
the ordinary pulmotor goes 110 further
than to pump air or pure oxygen into
High and Fancy Diving, spectators
free. Novel water stunts, at Denison 8
Hatha, foot of State eit. Sunday after
noon, Aug. 27.
New Columbia Dry Cells. Welch
The body of the eight year old son
of Chester Cannon of Clifton, Oregon,
arrived in the citv this afternoon, ac
companied by his parents. The boy
fell through n hnv shoot on tho farm
of which Mr. Cannon is superintendent
near Clifton, sustaining injuries that 1
resulted in his death yesterday at the
Good Samaritan hospital, Portland.
Funeral services will be held at 10:30
o'clock Saturday morning nt the chapel
of Webb & Clough, and burial will
be in the City View cemetery. Chester
Cannon, father or the boy, is n son of
C. 11. Cannon of Pringlc.
Autos for hire, passenger and bag
gage transferred, rates reasonable,
couiitrv trips a specialty. V. G. Me
Klroy, Phone 047 or UStl. septl
Club wheat Is quoted at $1.26 today
in Portlund, sacked. With the differ
ence for the cost of sacking and freight
estimated nt 12 cents a bushel, that
would make wheat in Salem worth l,14
Hut on account of the uncertainty of
the mnrket. the mills are wing from i
1 to 91.05 for their immediate needs.l
Keports from North Dakota and I ana
da are to the effect that rust and smut
are reported to be damaging the wheat
and the Chicago market advanced sev
eral cents. All of which would indi
cate a good chance for another ad
vance of five rents a sack on flour.
Vntlpo hn whom I have con
tracted with for Bnrtlett pears, those I
solicited and others, 1 will receive same
commencing Monday, Aug. 2fth at the
hop ware house of the Oregon Klectrie
railway, corner Center and Front street
Salem." Hriag iu your Bartletts regard
less whether you have ticcn solicited or
not. Grade tiiem up carefully and re
ceive the highest market price, the
better the grade and quality the high
er the price. J. B. Olinger. Phone
Grocery Sale For Hop Pickers ::
Lay in your supplies before
Fels Naptha Soap
6 Cans 5c
9 Lbs. Walla Wal
la Sweet Onions
3 10c Cans Mus
tard Sardines for
price 25c, our
One Hop Picker's Straw Hat
or Pair of Gloves Free with
Beuua Vista and Jefferson roads. x
l'rof. H. T. Bnrss and Trof. O. H.
Kliner of the O. A. C. who have been su
perintending the experiments during the to ,he fruit srowcrs and for this reason Unit poods mills in Philadelphia pro
summer, will be present to explain the ! it is ,ire(1 tlmt evory one interested ., 1' ,.-,.,-. ,.t
...miner in which snrnvinir
lone and giving the
To test the effect of different sprays
and also the result of different number
of sprayings, cerctnin rows of trees
were sprayed once, others twice and
Shoulder Roasts of
Veal 12V2c per lb.
Veal to Stew
8c per lb.
Legs of Veal
Beef to Boil
8c per lb.
Beef to Roast
10c per lb.
14c per lb.
Freshly made Sausage
10c per lb.
Low Prices s
going to the hop yard; hop yard stores charge big price
Hard Wheat 14 Lbs. Small V'""" 13
Fl0ur White Beans for ll. S3
JH $1.00 fesssa 1
Worth $1.75 - VvFF t H
3 Cans of Salmon : H
for 50c Japan Tea, KEOf fol H
25c - - g&M
'i 25c El
XWrfe' 4 Lb3' f UrVe 14 LbS' f SUgat W
V?En70" cut Macaroni for fr B
fj With 5'00 ordcrs
I 6 Lbs. of Rice for SS
-"-"" spuds 25c hi
Special ,, H
HC- 3 1-2 Lbs. Italian f;
I DC Prunes for g
' Bushel 25C H
35c Cans of
Chocolate . Ejj
N 'D.n' BEST" rm'y J
28c ' &amm&&3ri if
50c Cans Union II
Leader Tobacco , Ha-rH or.Jt.j
Special ... , f4
40c 1 " 35c 1
There is no doubt this store is making the lowest prices 011 (Iruccries
in Salem; these prices will prevail until the 1st of September. Huy
a iM.OO order and get a Hop Ticker's Straw Hut free.
DAMON & SON
again others six times. In other tracts!
near, different formulas were used.
The spread of brown rot and Cylin- j
il ri.Kiinrinm line hepnnie n ui.rinnu im.rinep
should attend the demonstration.
Mexico City, Aug. 25. The Mexican
! members of the Mef ienn-Anierienn coin
1 mission that will discuss eontrdversies
' between the two nation rceived their
j final instrHctonst from General Car
1 ranza today and will leave for the
United States tomorrow.
I Special Agent Kodgers has notified
' Foreign Secretary Aguilnr that the
j first, preliminary meeting of the joint
I commission will be held nt the Hotel
;Itiltimore in New York 011 September
i The Mexican commissioners also held
a conference with Foreign Secretary
; Aguilnr today.
j Luis Cabrera, one of the Mexican
1 members said today thnt he was great
j lv pleased nt the selection made by
; President Wilson.
Seattle Officers Raid
! Notorious Road Houses
1 Seattle, Wash., Aug. 25. Sweeping
King county in the biggest raid in its
history, Sheriff's deputies directed by
I Under Sheriff John Stringer early to
day emptied three notorious road houses
.of their roisterers, hustled them to the
i county jail, seized large stocks of as
I sorted liquor and at a late hour were
continuing their search for big caches
j of intoxicants said to be buried along
the shores of Lake Washington.
! road house, it is said, when the depu
ties swarmed in and ordered everybody,
guests and hosts alike, to throw up their
; hands while a search was made for
About SO persons were arrested, near
ly half of whom were women and al
most all of whom arc snid to hove been
: unmistakably under the influence of
The places raided were Johnny Clan
cy's road house at The Meadows; Tom
Sinister' s house bont nt Kenmore, and
Bill Mullen 's house boat at Juanita.
' A Guilty Conscience.
A young fellow who was the crack
sprinter of his town somewhere in the
j south was unfortunate enough to have
j a very tardy laundress. One evening,
, when, he was out for a practice ruu in
Ins rather airv and abbreviated track
I costume, he chanced to dash past the
house of that dusky lady, who at the
time was a couple of weeks in arrears
, with his washing.
I He had scarcely reached home again
when the bell rang furiously and an ex-
cited voice was wafted in from the
' ' For de I.nwd 's sake won 't ye all tell
Mnrse Bob please not to go out no moh
till I kin get his clo'es round to himj"
Your choice for one year of
three of the following maga
zines. Farm Stock & Home;
Household Guide; Spare Mo
ments; Better Farming; to any
one having a suit cleaned or
pressed on Wednesday or Sat
urday. Phone 4:1. All work
guaranteed. 204-3 Hubbard
855 N. Commercial
Faith without work accomplishes just
as much us hope without hustle.
-Ono hundred and fiftv hosierv unit
lAl AjAA A Alii AAA A
Vi Cents per lb.
Basket 20 Cents
i lbs. for 25 Cent
5 Cents per lb.
Home Grown Onions
10 lbs. for 25 Cents
5 Cents Each
WARD K. RICHARDSON
2395 N. Front
When In SALEM, OREGON, stop M
Free and Private Baths
RATES: 75c, 1.00, 11.50 FES DAT
The only hotel in the business distrii t.
Nearest to all Depots, Theatres aid
A Home Away From Horn.
T. O. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones. Free Auto But.
Automobile Passenger and Bag- w
gage Transfer -
Furnished Tents and Cottages
L. D. PICKENS, Box 274
Any time .