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IGOVERDOR IfttY HAKE
Tut-sdav morning. It is sot a yet
kaowa etartly what hour they wiii
Luve Maihera ful.t. or when ihev wiii
(Continued from Paje 1.)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON', SATURDAY. JUNE 7. WW.
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No fia&fos to efitivss.
RECORDS FOR JUNE
Special Operatic Fcarure-s are included in the new Path
records. Muno sinjs the famous aria -from "iouiw,"
and Muratare the tenor solo from "Migncn." Paul
AU hou thrills itU splendid patriotic songs and
the English Ballads of Grace hkffmari arc delightful
Lcxilw Tjrpuis Ic ji-ur" F sr ln-f ihc lav (in I
(return CI-a-Aa Mu:io. S-rniw t '
unn J Mqmon "Flk- ne crov-it ras" lHe ouiJn'r Be-(..,.. .
I Im Mel Ua rrenJu Lucie. Huraore. Trmw I ' toth
!Oir God. Our Country, an A Our FtttiMacHiuh'
Pout Althjuae, Tenor '- 10 itwh
A Mher'arYiOTirVrTsri' Paul Allhouae .Tenor I
( .sprmefmie I Ar-ipa.ti) Grace Hoffman, SorrMW )
25027 j That'. T Itc ucki i June lSpt.i MO Inch
( Cracc tiotlman. Soprano 1
The other itv lieu ,Lisji.li! scLviionj are ikciJtJIj uorth nhiU.
Popular Song and Dance Hit3
Here are nuveltio) by the score. Jems of the musical
comedy song successes straight tiom Broadway, Band and
Orchestra records by such lavui ites as Joseph Samuels'
Cafe de Paris Orchestra, and Laughalogues by Jack
f W'aitire CtrOin "LiMeti LeerM
1 lienrv nurr and exceuo I no . m .
Life and Lovt (from ' 1 h. Vchet LJv "I . . . f 10 ""
i. Heury Burr and bxcelk) Trio I
( Mk-kev IMoret) . . . Arthur Hilda, Baritone )
Ijunnny m town uweyctl f w men
Arthur Fiekia, Baritone )
f Hindu tan. Intro."My Dreaim Little LotuaFlji-er."'!
Medley hot trot i
4oaeth Samuels' Orthrtlra. Cafe de Puu.N. Y. r 12 inch
Iataae tlamrcntfc Walt:
Joseph Samuels' Oriheana.Cafe de Par.N.Y. I
j (McCarthy h.her) I
.292451 .liuk Norworth, Baritone. Piano stcom. M2 ln.a
i Mickey SUier 'Von rdn
V Jiuk Nurworth. Baritone, Piano accora.J
! more novelty Kits thii monih.
i play them jot you.
1 play Path Rceorda a any Phonos-rwph.
1 will enow you haw.
W D And eight
1 - I Ut
til I X toovatol
Obit Invited Ta Be Passen
ger la DeHavihsd En
Gvveriiur Bon W. OKolt ha been of-fit-ii.lly
tuvitt-i to ride 111 the bi IV
HaviUml airjilane Bcxt Tucsuhy in its
flilit from rat-iii to Portland, ah in
iuUou rame'to the SaU'iu Coiuint teial
dull through Ihe presiiWnt of tl' Mate
Aoro vliil', at 1 he BUjTi!'sl iou ol t'oloaol
PWatsuai of Mathers Fiolil, ciariau.onto.
who will bo in ix-rsinml eliari;e ol the
fuuailrua 5r ships.
( The governor has not as yet signified
his inteutions. However, ue will have
it he opportunity ef thinking it over un-
til perhaiw ueat Tuesday, as Si wording
t a ir reeeived this morning by T.
j K. Mrt'roskey, nanagrr of the t'ommer-
ical club, the day and hour of iiie ar-
rivul of the aiadrnn is uncertaiu.
; Aeeording pres'iit information, the
sqiiadro.i will remain, over Woaday
tnight at Kngone and arrive in .Salem
jTiiesdny morning. Kugene is tlic only
Ijtup to Im made after the oiiMdroa
Heaves Smrumeiito. Between Eugene
.unil Portlund, SkIimii will be l!ie only
I liowever, eitizi ns of Rnlera and tiein
itv will be notified one hour in ad-
"vanee of the arrival of the air ships,
bv the sounding of six long blasts of
tin firo whistU). When the wire has
beeu received that the air ships have
left Kuyeue, tho whistle will aouiij.
' The cialem street railway company
hi.a agrwd with the Ooimnertutl av
every fncitity shall be given the people
for reaehing the fair grounds. When
tlie whistles sound, whether it bo Mon
day or Tuesday, the street ear eonipauy
will assemble cars at IState. and Cunv
mereinl street and will keep up a tun
tinuoua service to tho fair grounds as
long as eonditions justify.
t olunel Woolpert is eo-oK'rating with
the Coniiiieii-iHl club and has promised
that company M shall be on hand to pa
trol the grounds.
) After inspection, it was decided that
the space inside the race track wa not,
large enough for a landing fiaJd, espe
cially as tho big deHaviland is gea
urally traveluig about 70 miles an hour
when it make a landiug. Heneo the 43
aero tract iust east of tho race track
has been officially selected as the avia
tion field fr Halem. Yesterday and
today three tractors and one steiim roll
er have been in use levelling the ground.
It is understood that thin ii aero
tract is to be used a a permanent avia
tion field for Halem. For the to:ii R ot
the siiuiiHroii of six planes buiit for
tyro passengors and the bic De Haviland
the grounds are barely large enough.
It is understood tho mnadron will fly
in regular war formation and niako a
landing one at a time.
For those who iro out to the aviatioa
field in automobiles, the car may be
driven iuto the fair grounds from the
Silverton road or a good view may be
obtained with the ear parked east 01 tho
In order that the aviators may locate
tho field, four twelve-inch planks will
be placed in tho form of the letter T,
and painted white. The aviutora say
that with this and tho white flags post
ed on the side of the landing field, there
will he no difficulty in finding the
grounds after they leuve Jefferson.
j As tho matter now stands, the hune.es
Mire in favor of the srrival of the air
I iL-lig!W..5J.J.5 .U -U-im-iUiUI
, , J- - .-JL3fcft.. u.. I -iiMm.-., . eaa- "
Wc still have some of the Spencer lidw.
Co. paint at
years of S ;e from a man acrUM'd of
having 'dui-d het. i a bar tn farther
Attorney lL'.ou. Kuth's vronal at
torey and jpetial prosoentiug attorney,
objected strenuously to Ruili's answer
iug whether she wasted to marry
Judge John ii Jure? eoactirred aud
a'.aa said he would But permit the nio
tioa by the ik'feivse to allow the mar
riage to take plar.
. Citf News J
Comrueucement exeixiaes wer held
hist evening at the Ssunnjflde c hool 1
hiinse, hix mile soutk of rialeui on 1
the Jefferson Way. Included ia the i
mueu-al BtiinlH'rs was a slo by Mis Jo-1
nnaa Jamea of iei. Inhere was two
'rmliiates this vear, Men nor lorrauee ;
and Alluvia iuith, I
The Woodmen of th World are ar
ranging to hold memorial services to
morrow at the "ily View cemetery.
E. E. Matteu of East Salem and J. !
X.Ouoding of tt. Paul turned in their j
assessments yesterday. They have been j
serving as deputy assessors. D. B. Ilillj
of Mill I'itv also came in with hi as-
isiiieut complete. It is expected t bat i
all deputy assessors will have turned j
in their roll hy June iU.
To the average parson who attends '
concerts similar to the Apollo eonce-t
given lust evening there is mostly the j
director and the siugers in sight, ami
the accompanist, so essential to true
musical chorus rendition is overlooked.
From fho standpoint of the musician,
it may he said that Miss Berniee Clark,
accompanist, gave most efficient ser
vice in making the concert the artistic
success that it was. She played with
the true insight of a musician and more
over with tho true temperament of an
acciimpaniHt, both of which are rare
in the musical world, , JfiZI
T. E. McCroskey, manaser of the Sa
lem Commercial club sn.Vs that due to
the uncertainty as to whether the sev
en airplane w ill reach Hiilem Monday
or Tuesday, it has been decided to post
pone for 0110 week the usual Monday
noon luncheon of members of Iho club
at the Marion hotel.
A marriage license was issued yester
day to K M. Brown, a farmer of Tilla
mook, a 70 .V2, and Liorctta Allen, 'i'i,
of JSalem. This morning a lieenso wast
lrntued to Bay Mitchell of Dallas ana
Butha Ann Vincent of Balem.
But few days are left for those who
wii to submit bills to tho local post-
office for the privilege of carrying all
mails to and iro liotween the post of
fice and the Mouther Pacific, depot.
Those who are interested in the work
ing for Viiele Ham -in the mail Jine,
should apply at. the post office for
lilunds. . '
The Metcalf borne on 12th and Court
streets, opposite the home, of Judge
ocntit, ha been purchased by J. Win.
Chambers, senior member of the firm
of Chambers ft Chambers. Tho pur
chase irice was "U00. Mr. CJiiimbers
has taken out a 'building permit for
$:umh and will materially improve the
Governor Says Cards Of Fish
And Cuius CciuinissiGn Be
long On Table.
Calcimine 1 2Jc lb.
Oovernor Olcott, In his office this
morning, carried about liiin a "tired
feeling'' that sarsaparilla would hard
ly reach the result of a 10 hour
stretch of eomplnlnt and deuial- ehare
and counter charge, in the Portland
hearing 0f the fih and game commis
sion yesterday, in which the game fish
interest were the moBt active agitators.
While the governor was non commit
tal in interview, he voiced the eon vie
tion that the hearing would ultimately
have a good effect in getting all the
cards on the table and in clarifying
the atmosphere of a vast amount of in
sinuation and suspicion.
The most emphatic charges wi-rta pr-N-ui
I'd by the Multnomah Angler's as
sociation and the Oregon Sportsmen s
league, ami the impression gicw upon
the listener that personalities figured
largely in the affair. The most serious
matter brought up by Pres. Price, of
the Aiitibrs rlisli was that Uie i-oiniucr-cm
I fishing intereiS were dominating
the coniiuisaion and subjecting its poli
iie to political manipulation. In re
piy to this the governor said in pait:
"Puliti's has no pluee in the work
of the commission or of sny of its em
ployes. ..o matier wiiat uas oei-n tne
condition in the pt, politics will play ;
no iart in the future as long as I am j
governor of the state, 1 intend to es
ereise my prerogative a executive ovor
Hie sdmisiKtration of the ealirt com
mission and ita employes to thai extent.
"I believe that all of the interests j
covered by the fish and game laws!
should be given an honest deal. I
further believe that the rsrds should
be out upon the table. Whatever is
done along the line of organization will
be done with that (nil ill view.
"If politics is not eliminated I wish
to serve notice that 1 hold the whip
han I and where I have the jurisdic
tion to do so I will eliminate polities
bv eliminating the offending factor
In event a sidjordinsle employe is the
offendVr 1 intend t hold whateveT
ajency might eroplny him etrietly a
eonntle fr twh e-fbfirdinate'S actir-ities."
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GOOD NEWS FOR
. . DON'T WORRY ABOUT YOUR
CAMPING OUTFIT BUT COME
AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE FOR YOU
We are now prepared to furnish your camp outfit COMPLETE with the most
compact folding camp equipment that has ever been put on the market. You
don't need to worry about how you are going to carry your tents, beds,
chairs, etc., for with this equipment you can carry a complete outfit in a very
CANVAS FOLDING CHAIRS CANVAS FOLDING COTS
CANVAS FOLDING TABLES CAMP STOVES
AND EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN CAMP FURNITURE
y SEE OUR SOUTH WINDOW
There is nothing that adds more pleasure to camp life than a VICTROLA.
We have just the right size instrument for you to carry, it doesn't take
up much room, but it is a real VICTROLA and reproduces just as beau
tifully as the larger machines. v
WE ARE THE ONLY DEALERS IN SALEM HANDLING VICTRO
LAS AND VICTOR RECORDS EXCLUSIVELY.
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"You Get More for Your Money at Moore's"
Cantaloupes are not quit yt on the
market as tine dealers feel the figure
is a little too high for Sale minivers.
Hut they will appear next week. They
arc coining from the Imperial valley.
The faculty and class of 1H19, Sac
red Ifcart academy, have issued invita
lio(is fur the eoiiiiueiiicmeiit exercises
to be held Monday evening, .lone 1(1 in
the audtoriuin of tho Salmi high school
outfits. By tho time the roads (hat
have been graded this winter are In
condition to bo paved, It is thoujjht
that the paving plants will be hero aud
that all arrangements will have .been
inn de for crews to operate the tilants.
Hence, while the $S50,(hiU bonds
have been voted fr . market roads,
tliei'j .will really it 110 actual paving
until next spring und annum r.
RK'N'N'KTT To Mr and Mrs. V. H.
Bennett of HMihane, June 5, 1U1D, at
the home of Mr. und Mrs. Wm. Me
llwnin, 1:21)5 Whipping street, a son
He has been minted John Kdward.
Mrs. Bennett was formerly Ms Min
nie MH twain.'
MARKET ROADS WORK
GOES OYffiJO SPRING
Ccnstmctica Efforts This
Summer To Go On Pacific
Judge Itnhey said 4his morning thst
during tho prewnt summer, all the
available working force and machiney
is the county will be devoted to con
struction work on the Pacific highway.
and that no work would be done on
tke market roads in the fountj as pro
vided for in the voting of the M.V),
There a scarcity ef Inbor and ma
chinery, and even if there was a dis
position to begin work at once on the
market roads, it would he impossible
to get the work of leveling and grad
ing done thi summer or to hsve the
paving plants here in time for full
This cominf fall and wintes, work
will begin on grading, ruts snd fills
on the new msrket rosds, in order that
ther may settle and be in condition
for paving next spring, Jude iiinhey
It is proi able that the county will
buy this wi titer twtt c-implete paving
On Wednesday evening, June 4, Kil
vertou militia companf were formally
mustered into the sctvice by Lieuteiiunt
Colonel A. T, Woolpert, assisted by Ma
jor Milton Myers and Captaiu Gordon
Met 'nil. An election of a captain for
the organization was held and Cnptuin
(irover U. Todd, forinely cnptuin of com
pany I of tho old Third Oregon was
unanimously elected. The Hilverton
company whs very fortnnnte in being
able to secure Captain TvUl as he is a
man who has had years of experience
with national guard work and his wors
over sens during the present war gave
him- vast experience that will aid ma
terially in bringing the Hilverton coin
puny up to the highest staudaru of ef
f icieiicy. Appeal.
A. J. Bualck, who bai been associat
ed with the dtuwck grocery stores for
the past five years, has decided to go
into tha automobile business and has
formed a partnership with Wesley
Htreet. They have secured the agency
tl.. Aiil.ii in Ili-fliiltf Kis anil iiuve
leetnblished aeadrjuarters 0 4JD Month
t iiuinicrcial sareei.
Old roasters liSt
liens, live 27t iHo
Radishes, dox .., ..3ua
Puiatoes . I.Hi
New Potatoes 8ftiMS3
(ireon onions dos 4is
Bermuda onions, crate '. -..'. I -!5
lleud lettuce 52.7S
Oranges - $r8'I!
I.emous, box 5aS
Bananas . - Wo
California grnpo fruit ........ Kif't.SS
Black figs lb, IBs-tlM
White figs, lb. . l&u'iuw
Package figs per bx SO pkg Sd(a6.1'U
Uot,ey, extracted -
F.Kgs dozen 4iti iiCsi
Creamery butU-r ...... 87i"TOt
Country bulter - 60s
flour, hard wheat O.Bna.'JS
Portland, Or., Juno 7. -Butter, city
creamery 53(ii 54.
Kggs seltvlcd local ex. 41Vjg4o
Broilers 32(?34e .
Chctee, triplets 'A'Aa&h
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Wheat, soft while si.10
Wfc.st, lower grades oa ssaapls
Bay, oats . ..
Barley, ton $55
Mill run - ft44
Creamery bulter tiOfiiOle
Fork. Veal aad Mutton
Pork on font - -. Ifl'.Je
Veal, fancy l"(al7ViC
fivr. a ... 5(.'ttfc
during lambs - . 12c
riwes . 4o
liecp, yearlings Te
Ek'Es and Temtrr
DAJLT LIVB BTOCK UASSJBT
Time of market steady
Good to choice steers HfiU t
Pair to good steers M';i Id.jO
Commoa steers tl.bWaH
Common to fair steers $8.."(Wi, i
Choice eews and heifers $.5u(nil
Uood to ehoiee cows acd htifera
Medium to fair cows and aoiiera
Pair to medium cows ssj heifers
alvea :i"i 13
Tone of market steady
Prime mixed $19(ol9.?o
Rough heavies l7.50(a,l.5l
Bulk lOi'ii I9.25
Pigs tt..rjvHti ID.50
Tone of maiket steady
Prima lsnilf !:t'tfl4
Fnir to medium Inmlis JlCJjlS.S
Cull lander $9a l0
DUY IN SALEM ALWAYS