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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1913.
We Have Some Good
2 for 25c-Per Crate, $3.00
Get Them Now before it is too late
v Fancy Oregons for Table, 15c
Fancy Wilsons, 2 for 25c, per Crate, $2.75
Eugene Hot House Tomatoes, 25c oer Lb.
Eugene Hot House Cucumbers, 10c Each.
The Dalles Telephone Peas, 2 lbs. for 25c
Oregon New Potatoes, 4 lbs. Tor 25c
Roth Grocery Co.
By CASOL & DIE BUS
Mrs. Chauneev Bishon will Arrive
home Sunday night from a sojourn of
several weeks t Palo Alto, Califor
nia, where she has been visiting her
brother, Lieutenant Carl Gabrielson,
who is stationed at Camp Fremont.
Charles Kay Bishop, the vouneer
son oi Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, will re
turn wita ni mother, his brother, Bob
ert, remaining in Palo Alto with his
grandmother, Mrs. C. D. Gabrielson,
i or a wniie longer.
Society is welcoming back to Sa
lem, Mr. and Mrs. S. Guy Sareent. who
arrived yesterday from San Francisco
for a short visit They are being en
tertained as the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. Livesiey and will be in Sa
lem till Sunday night, when they will
go io oeatue lor an indefinite stay.
Mrs. George G. Brown went to Port
land today, joining Mr. Brown, who
is attending the annual sessions of
the Masonic fraternity now convening
in Portland. Mrs. Brown will pass the
remainder of the week In Portland.
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beautiful vdvety soft
ness of ha skin with
bfi its radiant pearly
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So 10e.tr Trial Shi
FERD.T. HOPKINS SON New York
tarian church will meet tomorrow af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. C. S. Ham
ilton, 290 Front street.
Professor and Mr. v. A. Morris of
Berkeley, California, are' the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W'eller. 163
North Fifteenth street- Mrs. Morris is
a sister of Mrs. Weller.
Mrs. S. E. Hewlett, the mother ef the
sisters, accompanied the visitors to Sa
lem. Professor Morris, who is on the
University of California faculty will
teach at the Oregon state university
Miss Mattia Beatty went to Port
land today to attend the meeting of
the state council of defense at the
Portland library, at which Mrs. Charles
Castner, chairman, will preside. Miss
oeatty will return the end of the week.
Miss Hattie Landesg of Cottage
Grove, Oregon, became the bride of J.
Al Pat ti son of Portland last night at
eight o'clock at the parsonage of the
Leslie Methodist church, Kev. H. N.
Aldrich officiating at the ceremony.
The ring service was used.
The bride is a popular teacher in the
Cottage Grove schools and a member
of the church at Cottage Grove, of
which Kcv. Aldnc-h is a former pastor. . more in Salem and then eo to Stayton
Mr. Pattison is a well known lum-ito visit another sister. Mrs. CasDell.
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Mrs. Fred B. Harrild of Spokane,
Washington, is visiting her mother,
Mr Vifrfleet, and her sister, Mrs.
Henry Vandervort, at the latter 's
home on North Winter street. Mrs.
Harrild expects to spend a few weeks
(Continued from page one)
lardware stocks are rapidly advancing.
And it is tho so mo with drugs, wo
men 'a apparel, millinery, automobiles,
musU nouses and even those who at
tend the theaters in the evening will
find' special offerings.
From the present indications, a man
Or woman who is in Salem next Satur
day wilt find it pretty hard to dodge
When Itching Stops
There is one safe, dependable treatment
that relieves itching torture and skin irri
tation almost instantly and that cleanses
and soothes the skin.
Ask any druggist for a 35c or $1 bottle
of semo and apply it as directed. Soon
you will find that irritations, pimples,
blackheads; eczema, blotches, ringworm
and similar skin troubles will disappear.
A little lemo, the penetrating, satisfy
ing liquid, is all that is needed, for it
banishes most skin eruptions and make
the akin soft, smooth and healthy.
Th B. W. Rcae Co., Cleveland, Q.
bargains and if there are those who
down iu their hearts do not believe in
bargain sales, there is a great chance
to bwome converted Saturday.
rmuiS BKUEi WMVANX
Ladies' and Men's Shoes.
A. W. SCHBUNK
Groceries and Dry Goods.
ROSTEIN & GREENBAUM
Ladies' Furnishing Goods.
RAY L. FARMER HARDWARE CO.
Hardware, Cutlery, Silverware, etc.
F. W. WOOLWOHTH CO.
5c, 10c. and 15o Goods.
Automobiles, Tractors, Auto Supplies
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Automobiles and Tractors.
E. T. BARNES
Men's and Ladies' Furnishings, etc.
J. L. BUSICK & SON
Groceries and Produce.
SALEM HARDWARE CO.
Hardware Cu'tlery and Silverware. ,
SALEM WOOLEN MILLS STORE
Men's Furnishing goods.
W. W. MOORE
Furniture and house furnishings.
We have gone through our stock and cleared our
shelves of broken lines odds and short lengths.
These are marked down, for Saturday's selling, to
such a degree as to make them real worthwhile
Women's White Canvas Button Oxfords and Shoes
at $1.35 and $1.75. Old Ladies' Lace Oxfords, extra
wide, former price $1.60, reduced to $1.25. Low
Heel Lace Oxfords, extra wide, former price $1.95,
reduced to $1.55. Broken lots women's low shoes,
mostly Patent Pumps, some with straps, formerly
priced at $2.75, $.1.00, $1.25, for Bargain Day, $2.20,
$2.40 and $2.75. Broken lots Girls' Low Shoes, sizes
82 to 2, in patent and gun metal strap slippers,
reduced to $1.50, $1.70 and $1.85.
A full line of Gun Metal Button Shoes, extra good
values at former price of $5.85. Get a pair at $4.65.,
A fine Kid Lace Blucher, straight last dress shoe,
reduced from $5.85 to $4.45.
Short lengths, from Vj to 6 yards in fancy silks,
stripes and plaids, plain colored chiffon taffeta and
others priced up to $2.00 a yard, bargain day
Short lengths of all kinds suitable for dress pat
terns, skirt patterns, waist patterns and other pur
poses at cut prices that will clean them up quickly.
Bear in mind that every purchase today is a bar
gain, considering market conditions, but these are
just a few of the SPECIAL BARGAINS you'll find
here Saturday, all of which are worth your time
bermon of the Willamette valley.
The young couple loft immediately
on their honeymoon which will con
sist of a motoring trip through the
Puget Sound country. They will make
their home in Portland.
Mrs. B. Munroe Gilbert has return
ed from an enjoyable visit of several
days spent in Portland.
Miss Joy Turner will present her vio
lin and piano pupils in final recital
this eveuiug at tho Commercial club
auditorium. The recital which is open
to friends of the pupils and all those
interested will begin at eight o'clock.
A special feature of the program
will be a violin ensemDio, which un
der Miss Turner's direction has ap
peared successfully at various affairs
this season. Miss Martell Shipp, a
clever solo dancer, will assist on the
The Woman's Alliance of the Unl-
Miss Vernita Kohlhagen of Roseburg
is the guest of Miss Margery Brown,
the daughter of Attorney Ueneral and
Mrs. George Brown. Miss Kohlhagen
arrived yesterday, and will remain in
Salem till the first of next week. She
came to attend the graduating exercis
es f the Salem high school tomorrow
evening at the armory, Miss Brown be
ing a member of this year's graduat
IIARTMAN BROTHERS CO.
Jewelers and opticians.
Sonona Phonographs and Music,
Man's and Ladies' Shoes.
J. C. PENNY CO.
Mori's and Ladies' Furnishings, Dry
ROTH GROCERY CO.
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
THE FRENCH SHOP
Millinery and Millinery Supplies,
IMPERIAL FURNITURE CO.
Furniture, Stoves, House Furnish
E. L. ST1FI & SON
Furniture, Pianos, Talking Machines
O. S. HAMILTON
Furniture, House Furnishings, Stoves
BUREN 'S FURNITURE STORE
Furniture, Carpets, oto.
O. J. SCH EI
P. R. FULLERTON
Millinery and Ladies' Shoes.
GBX). C. WILL
The Pioneer Music House of Salem
O. W. JOHNSON & CO.
Men's Clothing, Hats, Shoes, ete.
A. J. PARIS
Slvoes, Shoe Supplies, Shoe repairing.
GALE & CO.
Sporting Goods, Guns, Ammunition.
Candies, Ice Cream, Light Lunches.
THE GRAY BELLE
Candies, Tee Cream, Light Lunches.
THE SCOTCH WOOLEN MILLS
Made to Measure Suits and Over-coats.
SAMPSON & OIDEON
Notions, Dry Goods, Kitchonware.
WATT SHIPP CO.
Sporting Goods, Tires, cte.
U. G. SHIPLEY 4 CO.
YE LIBERTY THEATEB
The Store of Housewares
BREWER DRUG CO.
Drugs, Stationery, ete.
Fish, Oysters, etc.
FALLS C1TY-8ALEM LUMBER CO.
Lumber, Builders' Hardware, Paints
Oils. Everything in Building Material
INTERNATIONAL RUBBER SALES
Gates Halfsole Tires, Vulcanizing,
Embroidery, Needlework, ete.
SALEM AUTOMOBILE CO.
(Chevrolet agency) Tires and Bump
DAVIES' CANDY 'STORE
Candies and Soft Drinks.
MEN'S CLOTHING and SHOE STORE
Considering the present market prices and the continued sky high raise, our
. Closing Out Prices are Extemelv Wortli
B.V.D. MEN'S. SHYER ARROW LINE OF MEN'S'
Undershirts SPORT SHIRTS AND TRIANGLE STRAW SAILORS
Wiuitm Walu". COUARS Values M3.00
Now 49c Now 68c 2 for 25c Now 35c
Men's and Boys' Clothing at Re
REAR OF THE
' SHOE DEPARTMENT
Corner Court and
Com! Street, Salem
(Continued from page one)
dldier, June 13. A comparative lull has
settled over this sector again and only
normal fire is being maintained by the
opposing artilleries.. Americans ara ac
tively patrolling between the lines and
are constantly alert.
i Prisoners report heavy losses among
German reserve units as a result of our
recent heavy bombardments. No change
has been made in the enemy divisions
opposite our lines lately, according to
,A raw case of a boche being human
was revealed last night. One who was
taken prisoner saved me ule or his Am
A lieutenant leading a patrol cap
tured a German aud started back to the
American lines. The officer was serious
ly wounded by the explosion of a shell.
The boche dressed the American's
wound with his own emergency kit,
working in the dim light of No Man's
Land, in the midst of shell fire.
Tlwe. lieutenant then directed the
boche to an American post. The Ger
man ran to the post and informed offi
cers there of the lieutenant's pre
dicament. Tho latter will recover.
Highway Bond Issue
Officio! imtiiv was rocfnvfHl votor-
Last Time Tonight BESSIE BARRISCALE in "WITHIN THE CUP"
TOTING WITH FATE"
WHICH GIVES DOUG' A CHANCE TO niSPi.'AV ma
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ATHLETIC FORM MORE THAN EVER skiK
Clever singers, dancers and entertainers
I WEEKLY The OREGON
day that the capital issues eommittee
has passed favorably on the sale of
$690,000 of Oregon state highway bonds.
It came in a letter from the committee
to the state highway department.
The state highway commission had
asned for approval of $l,50u,000 of
bonds, to be sold from tha fi,000,000
road bond issue, but the capital issues
committee refused to approve the full
However, $)90,009 will cnall, the
highway department to complete all con
tracts now under way as part of the
$6,000,000 road program. When complet
ed these contracts will show an expen
diture of approximately $2,300,000. AH
of them will ho completed this summer.
They are located in Clackamas, Clat
sop, Columbia, Hood River, Jackson,
Tillamook, Washington and Yamhill
Small Envelopes Are
Extremely Small Ptivtlnrvra n II......
of unusual size are emphatically ta
boo at the postoffice, or they would
be if the postoffice officials hml thnl.
way about it. The department in Wash
ington, u. (.., has sent out instructions
unit me postmasters everywhere should
endeavor to educate the "public to the
nil mill, B KI11HII llnilltV PllVplnnn Ulna
a fine chance of being lost or picked
up off tho floor ami properly smeared
with a hand stamp. This is due to th
fact that the dainty envelope will not
run through the stamping machine ami
is often lost in the shuffle.
Envelopes of unusual size are often
lost and Rre sure to bo blurred in
stamping. The same is true of envelopes
of dark color or those with too mtch
printing. What the department would
like is that people just eonfine them
selves to envelopes of ordinary siz'
and keep away from the freak or,
dainty idea. As they have trouble with
the automatic stamping machine.
Now is the open season for sport
Now Playing EXTRA ORDINAR Y FEA TURE
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In her first Petrova produced, picture. The feature you have read about in
the great national Snagazines over tea weeks were spent filming this, at a
cost ef more than 1 10,000. I'nauimousry pronounced by critics at its show
ing in Xcw York City at the Itialto s" Potrovas' greatest picture.
"DA UGHTERot DESTINY'
HER FIRST BY HER OWN COMPANY FROM HER OWN STUDIO
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MUTT AND JEFF
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