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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 191"
j Buy YourEveryday Needs
1 ' Here and be benefitted by our mighty buying power
i ; Here are a few items for your comparison .
Mea's Outing Shoes Mens Khaki Pants
Rubber sole, Cuff Bottons, Belt
sl-98 $1.65, $15
Original Chippewa whipcord Pants, $225
Outing shoes for boys, : ,
Sizes 2 to 5 1-2 ' Men's Cottonade Work
S2.45 Pasts $1.93 to $2.20
Mea's Work Shoes Men's Dress Pants
Brown or Blacks, bluch- ,
er or outing styles Gripes"8
$2.85. $3.65. $3.85, '
and &50 To $6.00
Tennis Oxfords And Hen's Athletic Unions
M fes v Suits 75c, 85c, $1.00
In black or white. 1 LI
Priced to you for less
Men's Khaki Overall Blu7e-or ?ray
Suits Roomy and well . ijCojC.
Blue Overall suits $2.95 Rhaki $1.45 to $1.98
i Check Of Mine Disaster
Shows Eity-Two Killed
Wilkesbam", Pa June 6. ilVitra'
Pros.) Burtua rVward, rhief of tlir
state department of mint' today started
investigating the explosion here Trster-
I day in ft coal mine tunnel wheo 8i
persona lost thi-ir lives.
A tlieck up at morgues today shotted
casualties as follows:
Identified dead, 81.
Unidentified dead, 1.
l'lans were formulated todir for a
community funeral for the vidian to
morrow. Communtiy requiem nuiSk will
be held at the Catholic ofcureh.
J STATE HOUSE NEWS I
Salem Sample Store
C. J. BREIEK CO.
141 N. Commercial St. 141 N. Commercial St.
DONALD NEWS NOTES.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Too good ron cis meeting held in De
Cart hall Friday evening was' very
well attended. James Stewart was the
pcttkor of tho evening and his audi
ence seemed in hearty accord with his
flews on the good road question.
A ligttt vote was polled at the Tues
iay election in Donald; fifty votes
least tor the road bonds a large major
ity of those voting.
Mr. ami Mrs. F. Scxsmith took their
little girl, June, to Portland Tuesday
livening to put her under the care of
their doctor, as she had developed a
Severe case of tonsilitis.-
ilr. and Mrs. F. L. Allen of Vancouv-
SiVr-wK 7 Forlniant,
A Nutritious Diet for AH Ages.
Quid.- Lunch; Home or Office,
OTHERS urn IMITATIONS
jer arrived in Donald Wednesday after
' noon. Mrs. Allen will spend tho remain
der of the week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. W. Johnson. Mr. Allen
left for Eugene and other points on
business, Thursday p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Feller were Sa
lem visitors W. 4nesday.
L. P. Swan ..s in Donald from
iChampoeg Thursday a. in.
. .C. J. Espey and J. P. Feller took the
early morning train for Salem Thurs
day. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney (3 rah am and
son Dale of Butteville, Miss Ellen Gra
ham of Portland, Mr. and Mrs., J. M.
Sax of Portland were Donald visitor
Bernis Hartness of Portland spent
the week end as guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Bog'gs of Lebanon spent pa't
of last week visiting his sister, Mrs.
James Ryan and daughter Nina were
Salem visitors Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walker return
ed from Salem Sunday, having spent
several days in the eity and attended
Memorial services while tliorc.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yergcn were
early morning visitors to Donald Fri
day. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hoskins came
out from Portland Fric'ay.
Mr. West, our "Tru lllu" man. was
calling at the Johnson store Wednes
day, having his dinner at the Bunga-,
To each of the four young men or young women who save the larg
est number of DIXIE BKEAD WRAPPERS or DIXIE BREAD LA.
JtKU-J we will give a six month's scholarship in The Capital Business
The Ut of eonteatants showing their relative standing as announced
by the Chairman of the Committee appointed by the Conjmencial club:
1. Hawl Larson 1
2. Venus Bartges
3. Wir.nifrcd Taylor
4. 4ls Itowman s
5. Wayne Elgin
6. Mrs. I-luh Baker
7. Mrs. Dorcus
The Contest Clsses June 30th, 8 p.m.
but it likes to find young people at home ready to undertake a dif
ficult task that will lead to advancement and sticcm. Any young
person who will stop to think seriously for a moment, must realise,
thst his chance of doing better thao the average person, depends whol
ly upon the preparation which he makes to do some particular thing
is a superior way.
The Capital Business College
helps young people to do a few things ia a superior way. It's train
ing, if followed up with initiative ami energy will lead to wr in
businew. Let ns know yonr plans. Qive us aa opportunity to tell jou
more about our work and what it may do or you.
Salem Baking Co.
439 COURT STREET
A few figures from the monthly re
ports of the state institutions will give
an idea of how many people are being
eared for by the public fun and what
jit costs to maintain them. 1
Tho state hospital is the most expen
sive institution, with a payroll of 112,
238 and a monthly supply' bill of .'0,
336. On the first of May there were
1714 inmates, 61 new eases were re
ceived, 8 paroled rases were rcturucd,
14 were discharged, 24 were placed un
der parole, and 22 have died during the
month. The average number of ofticcrs
a-id employes for the month was 203.
The state penitentiary s-howed 284 in
mates. It received during the month, 14
paroled and pardoned. Officers and em
ployes 42. The supply cost was (32(15
and the payroll (3540.
Tho eastern Oregon state hojplta
shows S13 inmates, 10 new eases re
ceived, S discharged, 3 paroled, 3 deaths.
The supply cost was $6228 and the pay
The Oregon state training school
shows a roster of 170 boys, 12 pew
cases received during the month, 4 dis
charged and 9 peroled. The girls In
dustrinl school shows 49 inmates, 3 dis
charged during the month. The supply
bill was 11548.
The state tuberculosis hospital show
ed 79 inmates, 8 new crises received, o
discharged, 4 deaths. Officers and em
ployes number 6 and the supply bill
for the month is (1856.
The school for the blind has 41 pu
pils and the supply bill was (643. The
school ' for the deaf showed 91 pupils,
30 officers and employes and a supply
bill of (1051.
The homo for the feeble minded show
ed 402 inmates, S received during the
month. Officers and employes 3ti and
the payroll was (3265.
The soldiers' home showed lul in
mates, S admitted during tue montn, a
discharged, 2 died. The officers and
employes number 22 and tho supply bill
Tho Portland Labor Council has re
cently forwarded to Governor Oleptt a
copy of a resolution, requesting that
that body be allowed tho privilege of
appointing the three lubor members of
the committee ef nine who are to In
vestigate the affairs of the industrial
accident commission. In replying Gov
ernor Olcott refers the council to his
stand in providing for tho eommitt.ee
the the labor delegates should logically
be appointed by the State Federation
of Labor in order that the entire labor-
nir class of the state might feel that it
was being represented, in the matter.
low hotel. The traveling men like to
arrange thiiir schedule so o to hit the
Bungulow hotel about meal time be
cause of the good home cooked meals
Mrs. Seeley of St. .lohns visited in
the home of her son, J. C Moore, Thurs
day and Friday.
.Mrs. (Jeo. Lamb and son Tim were
'Portland visitors Friday.
Harry Elmore arrived home from
France Monday after "pending six
months in the service
The Children's day service is to be
held in the Donald' Sunday sehool
Munday morning, after which the school
and friends will take full baskets of
provisions and go to Ueisey Springs
for a basket dinner.
There in to be a community club
meeting held in Depart hnll Saturday
evening. A short program, spelling con
test, etc., will be given after which
refreshments will be served and a so
cial time held, for an hour or two. All
arc expected 'to be present from the
Mrs. Turner of Wiseacres left on the
12:55 train Thursday to spend a few
days with her daughter in Portland.
Mrs. Chamberlain, deputy command
er of the Maccabees, attended the
Donald lodge Thursday aftrnoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Keller spent Sun
day in Wooilliurn, the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Frances Feller.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Feller sr.i Mrs.
Jack Bartman were in noodburn Thurs
Geo. I,mi csme In from Silver Falls
company Sunday. He is now in Salem
ob the jury.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark and Mr. and
Mrs. Turser of Wiseacres attended
church at the Donald church last Sun
day. PRICES AND PRESSES
'Continued on sag two)
Potatoes, 25 roubles pound.
The average workman's wages are 30
roubles a day. With four fifths of the
factories idle, railroads in disrepair.
buildings ran down and nobody taking a
personal interest ia anything, rebuilding
Russia is almmt a hopeless problem,
even for the idealit bolshPvikl.
When yos M Journal elassifi-
ti ads get what yon want thai
to they work fast.
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SATURDAY, JUNE 7th
In order to celebrate our first six months in business
we will have one of the
Largest Sales Ever Known to
the People of Salem and Vicinity
Although the People's Cash Store has grown with enormous leaps and
bounds, everyone knows the reason for such rapid growth; the buying power
which enables us to undersell every merchant in town along with our pro
fit sharingjplan of premiums has brought unlooked for business and friends.
When you trade at this store we want you to feel at home and our clerks
although busy at all times are always courteous and attentive.
If You Are Not A Customer of
The People's Cash Store '
Start, now because you're loosing bargains and advantages others seize.
if y Goods
35c Reduction on each dollar in all kind of
and cotton goods. Also in all kinds 0 Ladies'
and Children's Hosiery
Unusual Bargains in the line of
Men's Dress Shirts
Men's Working Shirts
Blue and Khaki Coveralls Khaki Pants
In All Colors
The best Blue Ribbon hardwheat flour $2.90
Fisher's Best hardwheat flour $2.80
1 pound Rolled Oats 65c
White beans, pound 05
Lima Beans, 2 pounds 25c
1 gallon cooking oil $1.90
No. 10 Blue Karo : 93c
. No. 10 Red Karo $1.00
$1..50 broom for 65c
Best potatoes, pound 2c
California Onions, 2 poifnds : ...15c
Oranges, 25c, 70c
Economy Basement. Special Bargains are as fol
lows: Boys and girls white tennis slippers 5Dc
.Ladies' men's and children's shoes and
For Saturday Only
WE ARE GIVING AWAY WITH THE PURCHASE OF ONE DOLLAR A VERY HANDY PAPER
WE ARE GIVING FREE PREMIUM COUPONS WITH THE PURCHASE OF EACH DOLLAR
WHICH ARE VALUABLE IN SECURING BEAUTIFUL GLASS AND SILVERWARE, CROCKERY
AND HUNDREDS OF OTHERS THINGS IN OUR PREMIUM DEPARTMENT.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS RECEIVED. ALSO SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON LARGE
WE WILL TAKE BONDS JUST LIKE MONEY.
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186-194 N. Commercial St.