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WE HAVE UNUSUAL
We have them in all the popular colors and materials
in a Good Range of Sizes ;
It will surprise you
To find the Good Quality for the Money in This new
Shipment of Waists
Voile Waists 98c and $1.98
Georgette Crepe Waists $3.98 and $4.98
Crepe De Chine Waists $4.98
YOU CAN ALWAYS DO
: personals :
Mrs. Kilns Iumlns Klagg left this
morning for Old Point Comfort. Vir
ginia. Her husband is an artillery of
ficer at that place.
. Miss Ruth Puxson, school librnritiii
left last evening for Central Point,
Oregon, for her summer vnciitiou. La
ter she will attend the Pacific North
west Library association meeting to be
held in Heattle beginning Sept. 3.
Mrs. Blariche Howard, assistant li
brarian Is home from an extended visit
in Iowa, Camp Dodge and Butte, Mon
tant Her daughter Miss Irene Howard
who holds the. highest average for rog
iMered nurses in Montana, will noon
be called into the Bed Cross service.
Officer Muriels who has been spend
ing ins vacation on uie omnium, in
once again on the job.
'Hie following Hul.vm people were in
Portland yesterday: Miss Helen Pierce,
ut the Cornoliun, Mrs. 1'ied lluelitol at
BOYS WA.NTBD We need the
service of a number of Oram
araiT School boys for permanent
part-time work. The boys we so
loot will t)J well paid ami given
u opportunity to earn, learn
and advance. Apply to W. II.
Hurghardt Jr., -J71 Wato St.,
Salem. Or. 718 ii 81
ROM! v GREENBAUM
Shoes, Washington Shoe Company and Mayer lines,
guaranteed shoes. The real Martha Washington
shoes for Ladies. The best wearing boys', shoes
that are made. Dress shoes and work shoes for-men
Boys' suits. All wool, good patterns, the strongest
most reliable boys clothing on the market, be sure
to see them.
Minerva Yarns. The best to be had. Pretty colors,
knitting yarns and silk mixes. Also khaki, olive
drab and grey knitting yarn. Get your supplies for
the winter, this will be hard to get in the winter.
. Cotton blankets, wool and wool nap blankets. A big
assortment, prices as low as the present market will
R. & G. CORSETS
School Girls Corsets, at $1.23
Sport Girdles, at ...$1.75
Double strength corsets, at ..4 $2.00
Lace Front Corsets, at $2.50 and $2.00
Corsets from 75c up.
240 anil 246. Commercial Sreet, Salem, Oregon
VALUES FOR YOU IX
BETTER W ITH THE '
the r'owjid; Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Byrne ut
Next Liberty Loan
Campaign Sepember 28
Washington, Aug. 1. As foro-
cast official announcement to-
dav fixes the next liberty loan
campaign as opening Kopl.'m-
'ier mid closing October 1!.
The amount of the loan to be
determined when Secretary M.'-
Aloo returns to Washington
next week, is .ostiniated at. I
tween $11,000,000,000 and $,
000,000,000, to bear Interest ut
the rate of four and a quarter
per cent, It will thus lie the
greatest and shortest loan cam-
pnlgn in the history of the world
Settled By May Pay
Peronie, Ariz Aug. 1. The threaten
ed copper strike in the Jerome district
was definitely averted today when Fed
oral Mediator Hiwell Davis brought
about an agreement between the em
ployes Snd managers, of which the fol
lowing are the main features.
Flat incrense of 73 cents per shift
for all employes
Companies af;ree to reduce house
rents water and light rates.
Committee on which men will have,
two representatives will supervise pri
ces to lie cliiit'i'cd in retail stores.
I All A
Aug. 5. Private O'Kouke at
armory, 2nd Battalion benefit.
Aug. 8 910 "Pershing's eru
saders" at Liberty Theater.
Aug. 7. Annual Meeting of
Aug. lo Membership nieetiug
of 8al?m Commercial club.
Aug. 17. Annual Meeting of
"The funeral beautiful
"The best" Is all you can do when
death comes. Call Webb & Clough Co.
til. , 1 Oil . f
Jobx O. Gaou, age 19, of Criwfords-j
vill", Jjiiui countv, Oregon, yesterday en
listed ii the regular army, going into
tint fjiia.-ternias'.ers corps.
Save 5 per cent with our cash regis
ter cheeks. We conduct business on a
.ash basis. Perry's Drug Store.
Fred E Anderson, formerly chief en
gineer yt' the city hull, writes friends
f.oni Astoria that he has a fine job
with th.-. Standard Oil coinprny at As
toria anfi that things are coming his
way. He left Salem about a week ago.
V ell for cash. Commencing July
lii we will conduct our business on a
strictly cash basis. Patton's Book
Walter A. Denton of the Meyers de-
pai tment store is mourning tile loss of
his Deuber grand watch. He doesn 't
know whether it was lost during the
excitement of the closing evening of
the Chautauqua or while doing duty
at Marion squnre for the Red Cross.
Big dance at Macleay Sat. night.
Lunch served by ladies of auxiliary;
last dance of the season. 8-2
Artisans Attention teg
ular meeting tonight.
Irrigation Even numbers, Mon.,
Wod., Fri. end Sua. Odd numbers, Tues.
Thurs., Sat. and Sun, Even numbers
are on Mi e south and east side of
street. Odd numbers are on north and
west side of street. tf
Under the auspices of the Pacific
Const Rescu.i and Protective society, in
terd'noiiiiiiational, a camp meetiiii; will
lie held at lith and A rircets in Salem.
'I'll first meeting will be this evening
urn! tiie meetings will contiiuio until
The following marriage licenses were
issued at the courty clerk "S office to
dav: Frank Clinnilierlin of Cheniuwa. 23.
leugiiioer, to Surah Brewer, of Cheinawa,
Hi, stenographer; Montague B. Coade,
i'i of Salem, construction engineer to
Km,:oI Edwards, 27, clerk of Salem.
IU I.r.ui ti nt T. T In,M hoot
p.; . 1
acc-ptcc au appointment from illam-
eite university to take up special train-
mg at the I'icsiilio. tor the past tew,
wceki he has oeen studying nillitarr tac
ti(s ut St. Johns, Wisconsin, but is now
,-11 his w:iv to Sun Francisco. With the
riipoiutm.:iit tl young Barnes, 21 men
from Willaiiii'lte university aie noiv at
the I'r'si'.'io taking the government's
i special ii) day course in military train-
1 It pays tu advertise. T. O. Albert cou
jclu li'd to iv.'iit his furnished apartments
!at So:! Mill street last Saturday after
i noon and took a chance of finding a de
I sirnble renter by inserting a small ad
I in the Capital Journal. Before going to
(.'lurch oiinilay morning, a satisfactory
re1 tor appeared and within a few min
utes .Jr. Albert had rented the apart
ments. Dr. Carl Gregg Doney will sneak Fri-
.ley evening at 8 o'clock at the Kaiser
school house, f.mr miles north of Salem.
,vs u,e iMiiscr oom.iu 10ms me n.e
those of every other community, deeply
Milerestod in tluj war and how the boys
an getting along over there, IV. Doner j
h:is bon asked to speak on his experi
ences while in France.
j The regular business meeting of the
Christian Kndeavor Society of the
Bungalow Christian church, 17th and
.Court street which was to have been
held Friday night, August the 2nd, has;
been postponed until Saturday night
August th," 3d. This is one of the most
wideawake, live-wire endeavor socie
ties in the city, and a cordial welcome
splendid program and pleasant evening
are assured to all.
j Glenn O. Miles, formerly of the Cap
ital National bank and for the past
year with a banking house at Hood
I Kiver is in the city. It was but a
! month ago press dispatches carried the
information that Mr. Niles had been ac
: copied for jservie in the (Janadian
army, after he had been rejected by the
j American reeruiting station It seems
there was nothing to the story as far
' as his Service iu the Canadian army
was concerned He is here for a short
visit with his mother but. has not given
up hi ambition to enter the service.
Complaint continue to com in from
all sides regarding th" children at play
around the band stand during the band
concerts. There is general feeling
that the Txnd ht there entertaining the
people and that the hundreds of people
coin to enjoy the music and not to be
interrupted by the noise and play of a
lot of children around the grand stand.
( At times they have even attempted to
; play on the stand and steps during the
; concerts End the suggestion ha been
made that mothers ask their children to
jjt play near the fountain or elsewhere
y.aud not interfere with those who come
; to enjoy the music.
j TUej'iuib Arthur Later, 18, enlisted
t yesterday in tha navy a:id is now on the
jvay in uieuierton. He gave as neit of
kin his mother, Mrs. Jessie V. Loter,
1 Z .North Seventeenth street, Salem.
j He cnlijtid for the seaman service.
The dairyman seems to be up against it
on account of the scarcity of feed ami
flu" assuiitnce that prices will be higher
tins fail. Hence butter fat is now quot-
c d whoksale ar 53 cents a pound and
creamery butter at 53 cents a pound.
I The chier of Dollce asks that when
ti10r0 uas lwa thieving either
large oi snull, that people report at
oit-e to i.ie police headquarters and not
wait a few days to find out if the stol
en article will be returned. If there has
been some petty thievery, it is difficult
for the police to got track of the thieves
if there is uo import for several days.
Tlii nriiiiiii,, a woman telephoned to
I He police ti'al Monday or Tuesday a
I'hinkc: had Lk;n stolen from one of the
cunoe houses. Having waited so long be
f iv making known her loss, the chanc
ed are that the thief has that blanket
safely stored away with but little
chance of any officer locating it.
The two engines of the fire depart
ment made a run of one and one-half
miles to put out a grass fire at Four
teenth and Lewis streets, known as the
Litchfield pasture. There was but lit
tle damage as the department arrived
; tjm0 to reVent the Rnresd of the
flames. The fire chief ni.irPt that
juat at tuig time of vear ,)e0pie shoul-l
be more cautious in liuhtinir fires.
With a wind blowing as it was today
at 1 o'clock there might follow a dis
The following information is for the
Le:i.'fit ot the housekeeper: Watermel
ons aiv now coming from .the famous
Tuilock LOiintry of California, the homo
of the; cantaloupe. A car load will be on
the nu.ikit within a day or so. From
Tin '.'lilies con es tomatoes and the fruit
houses s.iy they n.v of excellent stock.
Walla Valla is just uow fending an
em a fine lot of onions of the fine yel
low stock. In Astoria cherries like those
irrowu in Salem are selling at 35 coins
Mnsiv tor the Apollo club has already
I ci ii o'dered and announcement is made
l.y John W. Todd, director, that re
hearsals will begin early in September.
During the coming winter two concerts
.vill be given at the opera housj and
I tlieec will be exclusively for associate
i members anil their friends. Admittance
will only b..' on enrd invitations and
th'Te win be no admission charge. In
olli i' words, the two conceits will be
for only associate members and invited
The warehouse of the Oregon Elec
tric was destroyed by fire this morning
about 2 o'clock, with all its contents.
The building was valued at close to
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"""" " "- lumi'vi
stored in the warehouse as well as sev
eral )ale, of h The t comM
it tl),,av ..., , d , th
h ' automobile and were
seen to pass around the building and
then leave in their auto. Immediately
afterwards the building burst into
flumes. Two ether houses were burned
belonging to G. W. Markee. The luinbei
in the storehouse was valuable oak
and was a complete loss.
The TJ. S. employment bureau on
Sink' street, Jns. R. Coleman, examin
"i in charge, found employment for 3o8
during the month of July. Of this
number 1!S were men and 170 women.
As the bureau was established here just
,".t the time when it was.thought th.9 Lo
ganberry ero; would be partially lost
in awotiut ot the scarcity of labor, a
?l Oi.ial effort wt.s made to secure pick
ers. lUnii'.g July 123 men and loli women
w. r ? issigned to jobs on Loganberry
trrds. During July, applications for
.......i. B9 fii,)Ws. Lowers
,,) lmMl 4 (a,.mor9 43, bean pickers 14,
J.cgar.oerry pickers 279. Many were put
on jobj who did not make official ap-
plication for work
LOST Pocket bonk containing $25 or
t'M in currency. The pocketbook is
Marked "Salem Bank & Trust Com
pany, Salem, Oregon. "
During the month of July recruits to
fonvlU(i(lJ for wrviw iu tUe rLuIar .
tl 1 niimlin. 111 wnra finn.nl. nn.t
my by Sergeant Davis, recruiting offi-
cer. During the 11 months he has been
iu cha.ge of the Sabm office. Sergeant
Davis has accepted and forwarded for
service iu the U. S. regular army 233
voluntary enlistments. May of this year
was a bad one for business as oniy 9
wcr." accepted for service. December,
I. ''.7, was the biggest month's business
Uj during that month 102 were accepted
and sent into the service. The heavy en.
'.i'tnv'Dt record of last December was
due t j the fact that on Dec. 13, 1917, the
law went into effect by which men of
a;aft age would not be accepted fo.
BOYS WANTED. We need the
services of a number of Gram
mar school boys for permanent,
part time work. The boys we
select will be well paid and
given an opportunity to .earn,
learn and advance. Apply to W.
H. Buruhsrdt. Jr., 3T1 State
S!S., Salem, Or. 7-23 S I
: State House Hews I
Joseph Boitano. a patient at the Ore
gon state hospital. Uft last night in ,
the care of an attendant for Italy, '
where lie will be placed in the Italian
army. He is the son of a wealthy ;
Italian count who is paying the expen
ses of the deportation. He was com- j
mitted to tlie hospital from Multnomah j
Secretary of State Olcott and State
Treasurer Kay, two members of the
state land board, and Attorney General j
Brown will go to Harney and Malheur ;
counties the last of the mouth to in-1
sped Harney and Malheur lakes in !
connection with an application of C. :
B. McConnell to drain Malheur lake in-'
to Harney lake, for the purpose of re-!
claiming the land in the bed of Mai- j
heur lake. About 40,000 acres are in- j
voiced and a question exists as to .
who owns the land, the state or the
upland owners. !
Rev. Mr. Parkinson, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church of Eugene,
delivered an illustrated war lecture to
the boys at the state training school
All armories in the state, including
the Portland armory, are under tho
control and supervision of tho general
staff of the state military forces, ac
cording to au opinion of Attorney Gen
eral Brown given to Acting Adjutant
The opinion referred directly to the
Portland armory, a the site for tho
armory and the building were pur
chased and erected by Multnomah
county. But the attorney general
points out that the county is a mere
agency of the state, and the state, leg
islature may enact laws regulating the
control of county property. The legis
lature has enacted a law giving the
control of all armories to the general
Attorney General Brown has advised
Insurance Commissioner Harvey Wells
that the articles of incorporation of
the Vnion Workers Beneficial Asocia
tion, which wag organized in Portland,
are not eligible to be filed under the
insurance laws of the state. He holds
the articles do not qualify the organi
zation as a fraternal benefit associa
tion, nor as a lodge, nor as an accident
'.tlnntary enlistment in the regular V.
S iiimy. Voluntary enlistments are, now
for men between the ages of 18 and 21
nnd M and 10 years. Enlistments lor
the l-gulnr armv are for the period of
the war 01 for six months following the
c'ose of the war.
Trombone Solo By
At thi band concert to be given Fri
day evening at Willsou park, instead of
the usual vocal solo, Oscar. Sttelliauuncr
director, will play a trombone solo. Of
specinl note is the selection to be given
by the band, "Overture La Belle
France" in which will be included the
most popular French melodies.
The program is as follows:
Stat Spangled Banner
March, First Brigade Wcldon
Selection, Algeria Victor Herbert
Watti;, An Autumn Reverie Koife
The Merry Lark Bcndix
Overdue, La Belle France (French
Trombone solo, Kentucky Home
- .-. Fishet
Mazurka Heather Bells Losey
Selection, The Royal Chef Jeromn
....March, Garland Entiv.'e King
Efforts Are Made To
Save Valuable Cargo
A Pacific Port, Aug. 1. Effort
were under wav ioday to transfer the
$4,000,000 silk' and rubber cargo of
the Canada Maru, Osaka Shoen Kaisha
liner to salvage vessels in expectation
that she will very shortly go t pieces
I on the ocks off Capo Flattery, where
she grounded earlv Tuesday. With
storms imminent, the Japanese vessel
is poised at a danger ous angle on a
rock that penetrated number two hold
when he went aground iu Tuesday's
Xo. 2 hold is full of water and Xo. 1
hold has six feet and is filling rapidly
despite the pumps. Less valuable por
tions of the cargo are being cast over
board by the crew in au effort to
lighten the vessel, which is constantly
A heavy "ground swell around the
cape, which necessitates two anchors
to retain the Canada Maru in anything
j like a steady position, is seriously in
j terfering with the salvage work and
, the removal of the cargo.
Efforts are being made to hurry the
removal of the silk which constitutes
the bulk of the cargo and is valued ar
All Common Labor
Washington, Aue. 1. State quotas
I for an industrial army to keep the na
ition's plants running at top speed are
being computed today by the depart
ment of labor.
The quotas represent the number of
men each state will be asked to re
cruit for an army of eommon laborers
running into hundreds, of thousands.
The quotas will be announced tomor
row. This army is to be mobilized un
der an order of the t'nited States em
ployment service which becomes effect
ive at midnight, giving the government
absolute control of the common labor
market through a monopoly on recruit
ing and distribution of common laborer.
All Ladies Summer
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
Oswald Garrison Villard
Sells N. Y. Evening Post
New York. Aug. 1. Sale of tho New
Vork Kvening Post by Oswald Garrison
'Villard and other stockholders to Thom
as W. Laniont of J. P. Morgan & Co.,
was announced here today by Villard.
The newspaper will be operated by
the present editorial staff, under con
trol of a board of trustees which in
cludes Theodore W. Vail president of
the American Telephone & Telegraph
company; Henry S. Pritchctt, president
of the Carnegie Foundation for the
Advauce of Teaching, and Ellery Sedg
wick, editor of tho Atlantic Monthly.
Rollo Ogden, present editur, will re
main iu charge of t.e editorial page.
In a statement Lamont said he had
made the purchase largely because of a
sentimental interest through his bro
ther, the late Hammond Laniont. who
was managing editor of the newspaper,
but added that the chief reason was
his faith in the public value of the
Post. He pointed out that his other
duties would not allow him to assume
personal direction of the property.
Villard also issued a statement, in
which he expressed confidence in the
The Post has been controlled by ,tlie
Villard family for 37 years. He added
that he had contemplated retirement
for six months.
Larder Of Allies To
Be Stocked To Limit
Washington, Aug. 1. The larder of
the allies .will be well filled during the
coming year, according to the survey
of the department of agriculture, is
The commercial stocks of wheat re
ported bv 7.1H0 firms on July 1,
amounted to 9,237,009 bushels. 'This
does not include stocks on farms, nor
docs it represent the total commercial
stocks of the country. This is but. 28.8
per cent of stocks held by the same
firms on July 1. 1917.
The short comings of wheat are made
up br other products. Corn is reported'
as 27,371.441 bushels; oats, 40.ii9S.ri53;
barley 6.531,0.-3; rye. 1,058.189. The
stocks average from one to 5 per cent
heavier than last year.
The survey shows 2.392,943 barrels
of wheat flour, white, in stock; whole
wheat and graham flour, 199,4ij6 bar
rels; barley flour 42(1,441; rye flour,
451,208; corn flour 43.559,833" pounds.
Wheat flour is 4S.9 per cent while the
other stocks average fram 159 per cent
to 244 per cent heavier than last year
- The following commodities were re
ported by wholesale grocers:
Beans," 3.708.022 bushels; rice, 32,
349,003 pounds; rolled oats. 40,177,743
pounds; canned salmon 59,023,859
pounds; canned tomatoes. 59,651.162
pounds; canned corn, 30.706,139 pounds
and sugar, 175.925.924 pounds. Beans,
rolled oats, tomatoes and salmon show
ed a substantial increase while the
other commodities fell slightly below
11. mi- 1 T-i j
I me .1 .' J 1 report, me siock 01 conuens
jed milk is 12.1 per cent larger and
'evaporated milk is 36 per ceut larger
ithan in 1917.
Will NtrtBe Modified
San Francisco, Aug. 1. There will be
no letup in the restrictions on the use
of wheat, according to a cablegram re
ceived toddy by Frederick O'Brien, act
ing federal food commissioner for Cali
fornia, from Herbert Hoover, who is
now in London
Hoover's cablegram contained the
text of a resolution passed by the food
controllers of Italy, France and Engiand
saying that although increased crops in
the I'uited States will relieve the situa
tion in Europe, it will still ho Leees
sary to maintain "rigid economy and
elimination of waste" in Xorth America
as well as in Europe
300,000 FOB AUGUST ,
Washington, Aug 1 Three hundred
thousand more draft men will he called
to the colors during August, according
to present pirns of the provost marshal
and Spring Hats Now
Marries Beverly Bayne
Baltimore, Md., Aug. 1. Francis X.
Bushman, movie star, and his co-star,
Beverly Bayne, were married at New
York Monday, Bushman smilingly ad
mitted here today. Tho marriage quick
ly followed granting of a divorce to
thtf first Mrs. Bushman at Towson,
Md.. last Friday. Bushman quietly dis
cussed the marriage to Miss Bayne and
regretted publicity in the matter, ha
said, until a statement made by his
former wife was read to Jiini:
"They miht have waited until the
ink was dry on the divorce papers,"
sarft the first Mis. Bushman.
"I should have obtained a divorce
three jears ago," has Bushman's re
ply to this.
WBES IN SALEM, OKUOOK,
"A Heme Away from Home."
Strictly Modern $1 Y-er Day
100 Booms of Solid Cimfort
Only Hotel in Business District
I WANT TO BUY .
Your Junk and give yon
a" square business deal.
I always pay the highest
I WANT YOUR
SACKS AND BAGS"
1 buy all kinds of used
goods, 2nd hand furni
ture, rubber and junk.
Get my prices before
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa Street
Yick So ToBg
i- Chinese Medicine and Tea Cfe.
t Has medicine which will aura
X any known disease,
t Ot-fH Sundays frox 10 a, u.
until 8 p. m.
J 153 SoutV High St.
a Salem, Oregon. Phou SSI
J Used Furniture Wanted I
Highest Cash Prices Paid for
2. L. STIFF ft SON
Phone 941 or 508
Afld All Kinds of 2nd Hand
FuU Market Prices Special
Prices paid for Sac kA
Get our prices before yon sen
THE rEOPLE'8 JUNK ft QfO
871 R. Com'l St Phou 734