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TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1913.
NATIONAL WAR GARDEN COMMISSION
Another shipment of nice Children's Summer Hats
just arrived, and you win find a nice assortment to
select from. There is straw hats and wash hats in a
variety of styles and colors.
They are priced at 25c, 49c, 79c and 98c
Boys' and Men's Summer Hats . . .25c, 49c and 98c
Toyo Panama Hats $1.49, $1.93 and $2.98
We make your money Buy More
J Incorporated J
All Around Town
E. B. Barber of Portland was a call
er at the Commercial club today. He
' says he is a farmer. . ,
Mr. and Mra. Ana Smith of St. Julius
spout the week nd with Mr. Smith's
pa rent a, Mr. ud Mrs. C. W. Smith of
' Mrs. M.L.Meyers will return tikis eve
ning from a week's visit in Seattle
where she attended th division con-
'J. B. Iwrsoa left yesterday for Seat
tle,' Mrs. H. Parrish and Miss Nina W.
I'arr'uh loft today over the Oregon Elec
tric for ocaltle.
Minor M. Lewis left this morning for
, V. F. Wright a naval officer left this
mo. i.. n g for Kw York for an et:ti,.
1 . ' ' ..
Two Ships Are Being
Launched Every Day
. Washington, May 14 -An avoraso vf
i wo WW) a any were launched by the
Emergency Moot Corporation for the
week, emlinor. last nairht. the United
States shipping board announced to-
Way. for tha third) successive week,
wowi mom jauironinmi averaged one a
day, the total tonnage floated being
zo,iKn pons, meet launchiiigs totaled
32,100 tons, .
America's merchant marine reeved
one completed: wteet ship a day during
the liurt. week, the total dolivorics of
completed ships being 48,1!0 tons.
ImJudod in the week's deliveries of
tool ships wioro five , .cargo vossols,
two ran k org ana one refrigerator ship.
The atto of Maine, famous for ship
building, launi'iied tho firat govern
ment built wouid eh 'up last week. Ths
sew boat, thfe Audi a, 3500 tuns, was
btii.it by the Portland Shipbuilding com
The Moose Popularity
Contest a Big Success
The Moono aire meeting with niore
than expectations with their popular
lady contest which they will hold In
connection with their spring celebra
tion ithe week of May 20t'h to 25th.
The Bernardi Greater Shows which the
Moose have en.gw.god to furnish the at
tractions for the occasion will arrive
. with, tlwur speVial train of twenty tfivo
cars, throe hundred and fifty people,
fifteen hwh claws shows, ami three gi
gantic riding devivos early Sunday
morning and will bo in readiness to
open the doors of their tented city
promptly on time Monday night. The
Kt of candidates in the popularity con
test will tie shown on the bulletin
board in windew of tho headquarters,
444 State street, each day and will
show thoir respective standing. There
will be a tfrand prize of 11M) in war
saving st am and to the lady receiv
ing tilio greatest number of votes t",
to the next number of votes 15, and
to the third number of votes HO, all
in war saving gtatrtps. The contest will
tome to a close Saturday night on the
celebration ground's. Among the many
feelures of the Bernardi Greater Sliows
ane the Motordrome where dare devils I
Carver and Jankaon race at the rate
of 100 miles per hour around a perpen
dicular cylinder track thirty feat is
eireuaifarewee and makes one think
they belong to (the suicide club. Then
here is the great sensational ride
"The Whip." These are only two of
the fifteen higfo class features found
on the Joy Zona of tho Bernardi Great
er Shows. From letters tliat have been
eoronng ia from . outside towns the
IsVoose expect . a big crowd for their
Four Oregon Marines
To Be Made Officers
Portland, Or., May 14.--Four enlist
ed marine if Oregon havo been se
lected to enter the first marine corps
officers training camp at Kuantico,
Va. ancording to official notifLcation
re'eived Itoday from Washington.
They are Sergeant John V. Beckett,
Jr., Portland; Clinton W. McLeod, In
dependence, Or.; Elmor E. Hull, Baker,
Or., and Edmund C. Norton, Corvallis,
Or. Beckett is well known in tho north
west as a football star. '
Five hundred marines have been se
lected from enlisted men to form the
camp. Tho training will consumo about
May 14. Patriotic BenefL
Eastera Star Bed Cross auxiliary
Bed Cross, at Masonic Temple.
May 18. Richmond P. Hob
soa leetnns at Armory, Free.
May 17 Willamette Glee elub
concert, opera house.
May 17. Primary Election,
City, County and State.
May 20 25. Bernardi Great
er Exposition, auspices Moose
May 30. Memorial Day.
June 4-7. State Grange meet
ing in Salem.
June 5-6. State Jewelers'
Convention in Salem.
Jane 8. Total eclipse of
the sun. World's Almanac gives
hour as 1:38, but new time
schedule will make the hour
June 12. Commencement day
June 14. High school gradua
tion. June 17. Election of two
school directors in Salem.
At the meeting of the directors of
the Commercial elub lust evening there
was a general discussion of plans for
the support of the club, but no definite
action taken. For the past year the club
has given the greater part of its time
and also the time of the clerical force
to government patriotic work, which
lias centered for this district at the
Richmond P. Hobson will speak Thurs
day night at the armory on "Ameri
ca at War". He comes Iwre under the
auspices of the anti-liquor league ol
America. He was born in 1870 and it
was 28 years later that he broke into
the lime light, in attempting to block
ade the harbor at Santiago, Cuba, by
sinking the coal ship Merrimac across
the neck of the harbor. In wont years
ho has been delivering lectures advocat
ing a national tempernnce law.
While the" posse wag out looking for
Baldwin last night, near Marion, it was
thought that tho criminal had been cor
nerad. However, it turned out that in
stead of Baldwin, the mail cantured had
JuBt escaped from the insane asylum. He
wa Drought back to town ami turned
over to the proper asylum authorities.
Dr.- M. P. Mendelsohn fits eyes cor
rectly. U. 8. National Benk Bldg. tf.
'The best" Is all yon can do when
death comes. Call Webb t Clough Co.
t-none 120. tf.
Sxt Sunday evening the tinder ts c!
li.;lla 'rcwucr Miller of Willamette t oi
v?r-ity will present at the tirsi V tli
'list vhurch "The Story jf Jesiii tho
Booms Wanted Those who will have
rooms to rent during time of the State
Grange session June 4th to June 7fch,
inclusive, please notify J. A. Sellwood,
phone 1907J or Commercial club, fi-13
The funeral services of Herbert Gam
ble who was accidently killed last Sat
urday at Dryad, Washington, wore held
this afternoon from the Bigdon under
taking parlors. They were in charge of
the fiev. A. Wells of the Nazarene
church and burial was in tha City View
Mr. Gamble was engilncer for a log
ging train at Drvad daiurday evening
at the closo of the Osy 's work, ho back
ed his eugino to the wood shute where
tf.u engine takes on slab wood. Just
as he stepped from rh engine, a large
piecq of slab wood fell a .11sta1.ee of 0
feet sinking Mr. Gamble directly back
of the car, causing Initial t deu.h,
Patton Plumbing Co., 385 Chemeketa
Phone 1096. We do repair work. Stoves
and furnaces coiled. tf.
"The funeral beautiful"
. Tiie local exemption board Is prepar
for Juno 5 when all young men who
have attained their majority since June
5, of 1917 will register. Although the
bill requiring this registering has not
as yet been officially passed by con
gress, there is assurance thut it will and
Ui board is preparing accordingly. Keg
ibtiation will be at the court house.
Just right, nothing more, 1 won't
make any false or nonsensical protn
istis. If chosen, I shall conduct your
justice of peace ofrie honestly, iutel
ligonbly uuj economically. That's all
Frank Davey. (1'aid adv.) 515
Vote 73 X Walter E. DeLong for
constable. 1ft years service as police
of SuU'iu and deputy sheriff ot Ma
rion county. 515
Miss Lorene Parker, home demonstra
tor for Marion county left this luoruinir
for Scotts Mills wher.j she will address
a meeting of women on wheatless bread
and demonstrate also. Wednesday she
win speak at Uervais aud the remain
der of the week in Clackamas county.
She will also urg,9 the farmers to eat
Constable Percy M. Varuey will ap
preciate your support for city marshal
If satisfied with the official record
of Constable Percy M. Varney, indorse
it by voting for him for city marshal.
the W:n.irae..t ii.ee club :tt tc
tu a cuio- fi.tg itb two '.uis. ince
its rgauiation for this spr uj run
--f. t'ur it has osttv.omea.o- Harry
li.w"r--, ii . ior Cam. Le April
and l.or-n auet, now iu t j I'
Naval service. The program to be pre
sented at the opera house Friday of this
week includes many of the most popu
lar numbers sang during the reeent tour
into Washington. Miss Florence Scheurle
is the accompanist and solo pianisi. Dr.
Frank Wilbur Chace, dean of the school
of music, will direct.
If yon want an officer In the city
marshal's chair who has done thins
vote for Constable Percy M. Varnev.
vm 16 x Percy M. Varney for city
The Capital National bank announces
that it has received some of the coupon
bonds of the Third Liberty loan and
those who have paid their bonds m full
may receive them by calling at the bank
Guaranteed for 5,000
miles without a punc
ture, or a NEW TUBE
Over 100,000 now In.
tise get yours today
don't take another
chance' with punctures.
TOLIVER 6,000 AND
Tires are guaranteed to outwear
ny other tires in their dhp.
chance for REAL
I . 2fegj7'
Drop in and See
The Oregon ToEver Sales Co.
Patton Block, Salem, Ore.
70 X Frank Davey, has no enemies
to punish or friends to reward ut the
expense of jusltiee. Alillionaire aud la
borer will receive equal treatment un
dor tho law in his court, (i'sid Adv.)
Al M. Southwlck, thirty five years
a resident of Salem, with K company,
Second Oregon lT. S. voluutevr infan
try during Npanish-Amerivan war, asks
the re-publivan nomination for consta
ble, Saiom district. 5-10
I shall permit the circuit and mt
prenuo courts to exist and try an ovca
xioiial vase even alter I em elected
justivp of the peace. Frank Davey,
No. 70. 5-13
An agent of a Montana mill was in
the city a few days ago endeavoring toi
sell flour to Sa.cm merchants. One of
the merchants remarked that he did not
1'iirteistnml why the Montana- mills
ceuld be running while the government
inters had been such that tho null at
Independence had been closed and the
umsville mill was running on short
time. Also, why the orders were such
that the Jefferson and Stavtou mills
were able to grind but little. It seems
tlct the regulations are such that the
smaller mills were obliged to shut down
us a certain amount of flour must be
Hi mind from a bu.-hel of wheat. Also the
fact that a mill could only use 70 per
cc:it of its purchases of a proceeding
year and this also cut down the amount
an that the small mill could not be pro
fitably run. I
Vote for No. X 72 Lee W Acheson,
a resident and voter of Marion county
for 25 years, candidate for constable
on the republican ticket. 5-15
L. E. Lavalleur left May 5 for
Washington, Montana and Wyoming in
a tour inspecting the merits ol tin
Tolivvir tubes and tires. flalng become
thoroughly convinced of the merits of
the Toliver tube, he has taken the
agency for 17 counties and will carry
a complete stock.-:
Word has been received from E. Har
ry Miller, who has been in training in
tho engineer's officers reserve train
ing camp at Petersburg!), Va., that he
has been given a commission of second
lieutenant and that he has been as
signed for duty at Camp Pike, near
Little Rock, Arkansas.
The poem ' 'Let the Kaiser Live"
printed in this morning's Statesman as
"written for the Statesman by A. Louis
Solof, Salem, Oregon, member of the
Jewish Battalion, now enroute to Eng
land," was published in tho Capitnl
Journal January 12, 1918. This paper re
printed it from a dry goods magazine.
Salad and Cooking Oil, gal. tl.90
Large Crisco $1.95
Small Crisco 33c
Medium Chisco 95e
Folgcr's Golden Gate Baking
Powder, 1 lb 43c
Boyal Baking Powder, 1 lb. 45c
K. C. Baking Pwdr, 25c sine 20c
Hoyal Club Coffoo, 3 lbs. 85c
Royal Club Coffee, 1 lb 35c
Peaberry Coffee, 1 lb 23c
Jell '0, all flavors, pkg 10c
Kellogg's Corn Flakes, pKg....l2c
Post Toasties, pkg lie
AJ1 2-o. cans spices, pkg..... 8c
Citrus Washing Powder, pkg. 25e
5 Bars Whito Laundry Soap 25c
5 Gallons Coal Oil 60c
100 lbs. Potatoes $1.15
2 m. bottle Vanilla, Buckeye 20c
2 cz. Koyal Club Vanilla 20c
7 Bars Savon Soap 25c
Peanut Butter, lb : 18c
Creamery Jutter, lb 45c
Keen Cleanser Can 5c
2 Cans Old Dutch Cleanser ....15c
3 cans Holly Milk 5c
No. 5 Vegetnble $1.27
No. 5 Compound ..$1.20
5 Bars Ivory Soap 30e
Bulk Chocolate, lb. ...j. 22c
Bulk ' Grahams, lb 18c
Bulk Soda Craekers 18e
Beans, small white, 2 lbs. 23c
Bulk Ginger Snaps, lb 20c
Best Tillamook Cheese, lb. ....30c
3 Shinola . 25o
Ghiradellis Ground Chocolate,
1 pound cans 27c
2 lbs. Cod Fish 37c
Curve Cut Macaroni," lb. . 8c
6 bcxes Matches . 30e
Postum, 25c pkg 20e
Postum Instant, 60e size 40c
Postum, Instant, 30c site ..25c
We pay 32c Cash and 33c Trade
CLOSES WITH TERM,
IS WHITE ELEPHANT
BuMn Costing $30,009 to
Wait For Pupils lo
The McKinley school building, built
about five years ago at a total cost of
close to $30,000 will be closed, accord
ing to the action of the board of edu
cation at a meeting held last evening.
This closing of the McKinley school
will be permanent until such a time
that sufficient pupils are living in
that part of the city to justify its re
opening. During the past few months
the enrollment has been 49. These
pupils will be assigned to the Park and
Lincoln schools this fall. Miss Willets,
principal of the McKinley school has
been transferred to the Enjrlcweuc!
school as principal for the omini:
school ear. Mrs. Von Esehen, who lias
beea in charge at the Enobwood ch-jl
will 1,,-come principal v the Lincoln
L'liys who ere willini; to wo '1 in
the onicn fields near Brooks wi'l be
give.i a K-ave of absence for this week.
This a:tion was taken by the bond 11
the l?o,uest of J. W. Brewer, farm ..I'mr
agent of the state.
In nrder that pupils may stay in the
fields Lrd ajsist in tVi harvest, tho
board cecided to plaej the opeiiin-j iff
the .'all term of school at Scptein1 er L'f.
The lollowing teachers were .-ve-l
fr the elementary sehi.cls: Miss r;c,,i
11 I.llis, at $75 a month; Miss I.yle
Mirray, ,S0 a month; Miss "aU-O'io
Fowle, $75 a month; Miss Cora M.
Rotto, $75 a month; Miss Marion
Richmond, $75 a month; Miss Floy A.
Norton, $80 a month and Mies Alpha
E. Bosequcst at $80 a month.
Merrit Davis was re-elected super
intendent of the commercial depart
ment of the schools at a salary of $160
a month, i. E. Uergman or Anderson.
Indiana, was engaged as instructor in
the proposed new mechanical depart
ment of the High school at a salary of
$140 a month. Ho is to report in
Salem a month before the beginning of
school .to install the equipment.
The Cherrians wanted to borrow 18
of the High school cadets for theis en
tertainment to be given at the Helig
Theatre, Portland, Wednesday even-
The boys were loaned.
Railroads Stocks Are "
Strong, Many Sales
New York, May 14. The Now Tork
Evening Sun financial review today
Following upon the disposal of the
accumulation of buying orders in steel
and other industrial shares, interest
suddenly shifted to the railroad list
toward tho end of the first hour in
today's session of the stock market.
Fiom tho moment of opening trading
was lively and by 1 0 cjock transact
ions had rolled up a total exceeding
.825.000 shares, thus insuring a second
'million share session this week and a
fourth for the preeeut movement. In
dustrial advances at the start were
very moderate save in smie of the
Through the mid day period realiz
ing sales set prices back several pointa
in some cases. In the early atternoon,
however, buying was resumed. Ameri
can Sgr Refining rallied briskly fol
lowing the declaration of an extra
quarterly dividend of 3-4 to one per
cent for the four coming quarters. The
irails, which lhadj ttfiuprj.aTily lo)'
ground, likewise came back in good
ifonn. Toward the closing trading was
lof a mixed character and prices turn
ed soft aud irregular.
Chambers ft Chambers, furniture men.
hnve sold their business to Fcldstein &
Wrecker of Portland. The new proprie
tors will close the doors of the furni
ture store for several days, preparatory
to putting on a sale closing out the
Ladies' Voile and Lingerie Waists. The Smartest
assortment yet received jch 98c
White WASH SKIRTS in aU the new materials:
Gabardine, Pique, Oyster Linon, Seibro Cloth and
White Ramie Weave Cloth. A style for every
Pocketbook $1.49, $1.98 and $2.45
PETTICOATS Iozens of pretty styles to choose
from . 75c to $3.75
Our Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
COMMXECIAL and COUBT STREETS, FORMERLY CHICAGO STORK
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Cloverdale, Or., May 14. Mrs. i'. A.
j Wood visited Salem Tuesdny and
brought her sister, Mrs. W. Wilson
! and husband of Salem out to spend a
rew onys. z
O. W. Karris was called to Portland
Alonday to serve on the grand jury. He
motored down with his son, Frank, the
latter returning the same day.
Mrs. Hattie Annis was taken with
appendicitis last Tuesday. Dr. Massy
was called. The patient was hurried to
Salem and an ojteration immediately
performed. Though very low yet she is
slowly recovering and in a course of six
weeks mnv lie brought home aurain.
Miss Winnie Wiper who was called to
lilano, to tlw bedside of her sister, Mrs.
Frank Lyle returned home a few days
Sue reports that Mrs. Lyle is slowiy
improving and expects to soon be as
strong as ever.
Mr. Olin Hadlev. teacher at North
P'il?r, Oregon., high school, returned
jhiinie last Monday to spend a few days
viini ins parents. Air. ana jirs, v. J.
Ilndlcy, before enlisting in the reron
stiurtion work and going to France.
Mrs. Hennis and Mrs. Gus Drager, Mr.
ard Mrs. Whitehead, Mrs. Knnke and
Mr. aud Mrs. G. W. Farris were Salem
visitors on Friday.
Mrs. Delia Blaco, Mrs. Graybill and
son, Leonard and Miss Ethel Craig
were shopping in Salem on Saturday
Miss Emma Schifferer, a teacher at
Stavton spent the week end here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Schifferer.
Mr. aud Mrs. George Wood and Mrs.
J. Xozeis of Salem spent the week end
with Mrs. F. A. Wood.
Causes Loss of Job
G. T. Savage, who has boen working
,with the street department under
iWlalter S. Lowe, was discharged this
morning due to his disloyal utteranc-
In talking yesterday with J. O.
Refigeihnan not only did Savage state
that he had no use for Undo Sam but
that he thought the war was all wrong.
He also toldl J. B. Koss of Hie street
iforce who wears a liberty button on
his hat, that any man who wore a lib
erty button was a murderer and that
tho Biblo did not approve of war.
Besides has disloyal utterances, Sav
age has refused to buy liberty bonds
or war savings stamps, according to
report. Ho also told Mr. Beigelman
that he had no use for President Wilson.
Aviators Will Carry
Mail On Wednesday
Washington, May. 14. Aviators will
carry American man lor tne lust tim.?
Wednesday. The first few deliveries will
be experimental, the mail to be drop
ped, as time goes on, as war aviators
The machines will land in places des
ignated by the postmasters of Wash
ington, Philadelphia and New York, the
three cities to benefit by airplane mail
MUST KEEP FISHING.
Santa Cruz, Cal., May 14. Salmon
fishermen on strike her.o were notified
today by the United States food admin
t ration that unless they return to work
immediately and supply the fresh fish
ii:irket their licenses will be revoked.
They were told by a representative of
the food administration that the fish
rations at Camp Fremont will be in
c i eared luO per cent tra a step toward
savftg meat, and for this reason a plen
tiful supply of salmon is imperative.
RAILROAD IS REBEL.
Tckio, May ll.-!lio Chinese Eastern
ailwny (that part of tho Trans-Siberian
railway which ctosses Manchuria tQ
Vladivostok) (leJuud itself independ
ent of tho Kussin rjoishevik government
and formed ii? tn organization, fol
lowing a eonfeiciue between General
Horvab ami Chinese officials at Peking.
Amricans have acted as advisors to
the railroad orguuialion for the past
two months. , i
TO MARION COUNTY VOTERS
It waS not until numerous petitions
were presented, asking in to becomo
a candidate for tho office of county
judge, that I concluded Vo run. These
petitions were circulated aud sined
by disinterested persons, representing
many people and the various interest
of the county.
The people of1 this county know how
tho business of the county has been .
conducted (hiring my term io office.
Tho financial conditions of the coun
ty are first class, and 1 invite an ex
amination of the rccordsT If I am nom
inated and elected I will continue to
give close attention to the. business af
fairs of the county, and endeavor to
treat all tho people ai.d interests fairly
W. M. BUS HEY. ;
JOB PRINTING THAT
Gives you satisfaction arid at
Rates you can afford to pay
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
We have now on hand to deliver 3
computing scales, 10 tables, 1 counter,
2 roll top desks, I iron clothing rack,
1 national cash register, 3 show cafes, 2
heaters, 3 gas lamps, window fixtures
one 8-foot shoe sfat and many othtr
We have also 1900 acres land in Polk.
Benton and Lincoln vountiee, for sale
or trade for general merchandise. All
free from incumbrance.
FARMER'S CASH STOBE
Opposite Court House on High Street