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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1919)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2. 1919.
Summer Nights an
the Right Clothes:
MEN : Suits are very hard to secure
nearly impossible at this time as the
manufacturers cannot supply the demand.
They range in variety from Palm "
Beach to the Bishop Tailored Suit, and
the quality cannot be surpassed . else
' Someone once suid: "Tht a green aalcsmaa
might tell something oaee in awhile, but a blue one
would never tell anything." This it true; Bishop
salesmen are all expert and there 'a a lot ia that.
We have Four Tailors busy each day
and if you need a suit for the Fourth of
July or for any occasion at short notice
-COME TO US.
They are all cheerful, and make you
feel "at home". We consider all custom
ers our guests and service is the impor
tant part in our merchandising.
"You'll like the spirit of this store."
. .. ' Op '
Palm Beach $15.00 to $20.00. Bishop's Ready Tailored Suits ,$35.50.
Every Family ia Marion and Polk Counties a Patron.
" bmb tm aaaBaawaBaBMaBMBBMBBMBBiBMBMBMaawaawBwBaMMMMaww!
Satem oOlefl Mills Store
(Oontinucd from page one)
east on State to opposite the band
i. and. Then all will turn in to the
Grand Prizellato fm
hrearms o Ammunition
Write for CatMojttte
band stand where the judging will
take place and prizes awarded. The
procession or rather parade start
promptly at 10 o'clock on the morning
of the Fourth.
The heads of the committee! fur this
all-important baby parade are as fol
lows: Mrs. 8. E. Edwards, vehicles; Miss
, Elizabeth Lord, apodal features; Mis.
V. b. Anderson, comic features; Mrs.
F. D. Thidsen and Mrs. J. L. Van Dor
en, doll enrts; Mrs. William Walton,
perambulators; Mrs. W. H. Burghardt,
girls tricycles; Mrs. Clifford Brown,
boys' tricycles; Miss Hartman. two
wheeled carts; Mrs. George Hose, go
carls; Mrs. E. L. Bukor, baliy buggies;
Mrs. John Harbison and Mrs. W.
lycr, express wagons; Miss Mabel
"Robertson, cow boys and Indians; Miss
Mabel Withycombe, boys' and girls'
bicycles; Mrs. Milton L. Meyers, the
nil important war babies.
Constipation causes headaches, sal
low color, dull, sickly eyes you fool
out of sorts all over. llollistcr's
Rocky Mountaiu Tea will banish con
stipation, regulate your bowels, puri
fy your stomach. You'll feel better all
over. D. J. Fry.
Ban Francisco. As a- means of re
duciug delays Incidental to making
change in war tat payment, the mint is
working 24 hours daily, making 100,000
000 pennies monthly, to go as far east
Webster City, Iowa. They 're won
dering whether every ouc's making cat
sup or whether it's a preparation for
the big thirst. At any rate one store
hero sold 888 bottle tops in two days.
Valuable pine timber on Tumalo
ereek, 10 miles from Bend, is menaced
bra forest fire of unknown oriui'n.
Combination Charter Oak Range
WOOD COAL GAS
When looking for a range it will pay you to get the best the most economical
k-the most convenient range in existence.' That's the Combination Charter
Oak Range and you'll find it at Richters an 18-inch oven, full polished top
white enameled front let Richter demonstrate this range to you he's the
only dealer in Salem that carries the Charter Oak Range and he can sell it at
a bargain because of his low rent and tow store expenses
See this range and youH look no further it's a hummer a perfect cooker
an ornament to any home and the price is an unusual bargain.
In order to make room for big purchase of furniture, soon to arrive, we are
offering big reductions on everything in stock.
DONT DELAYCOME TODAY
I-1 L-fn HXTIJ iw. , ., r-rrii J
two FRANK F. RICHTER
STORES Complete Ilcusefurnisher
373-377 Court Street Phone 217
Yoa Always Get a Square Deal at Richters
DEMONSTRATION : Don't fail to step and see our demonstration of our fuel
saver and gas maker it will mean money saved for you.
35 PEOPLE INJURED IN
EXPLOSION OF BIG NAYY
DIRIGIBLE C-8 TUESDAY
Baltimore, Hi., July 1. At
f. least 35 persons were injured
this after;on when the nsva!
dirigible 0 8. en route fiont
Cap May to Washington, i-
plodcd in an open field aecr
Camp Uolabird. The coccus-
sion was felt in many parts of
the city and windows oi houses
nearby were smashed by f I, iug
A partial list oi the injured
included the eommander. Lieu-
t tenant N. J. Learned, Navlga-
tion Officer R. D. Wkei backer,
Pilot Ensign C. W. Tynuull,
Warrant Officer Engineer B. F.
Sherman, Machinist's Mate Kel-
ler, Bsdio Operator Lynch and
A two passengers, Lieutenant
Commander Quiglcy and Junior
Lieutenant A. B. Tilburne. 4c
(Continued from page one)
20 minutes aftor leaving Eat Fortune,
Was was directly west of her starting
point td was making 40 miles an hour.
This information, contained ia the
latest wireless dispatch received from
her by the admiralty, stated that all
was going well on board.
Shortly after noon the air ministry
received a wirclexs saying the li 34 had
encountered a thick fog 4S0 soft miles
oue from her starting point, and had
reduced her speed to 32 knots.
Btart Mad Early
London, July 2. (Vuited Press)
Bowling along at a speed of forty
knots, the huge British dirigUde R-34
was more than 300 mile out on her
flight to America at 8 a. m. (3 a. in.
New Tork time) this morning. The
British admiralty received a wireless
from her ait that hour giving her lo
cation as latitudo S5.20 north eud lon
gitude 10.40 west. This would place her
about 300 miles off the west const of
The' dirigible the largest in tlje
world began her trans Atlantic flight
at 2:40 a. m., taking the air from East
Fortune, Scotland, he wireless stated
the craft had averaged 45 knots up to
that hour. Her slightly reduced speed
was believed to have resulted from en
countering head winds.
She had changed tor course slightly
ami was headed a little north of west.
An earlier wireless from the R-34
"Off Rothlin Island nt 5:50 a. m.
Steering west Going well.
Rothlin Island is in the North chan
nel, between 'Ireland and Scotland, 125
miles west of Edinburgh.)
Crew on Edge
East Fortune, Scotland, July 2.
The British dirigible Jt-84, which start
ed for America at 2:40 o'clock this
morning (9::40 p. m. Tuesday, iNcw
York time), is speeding toward Amer
ica iuuhj on ine iirtn trails-Aiiajmc
flight of a lighter thnn air craft.
Bugles sounded at 1:27, calling the
ship from its aerodrome. At 1:47 the
dirigible was in position to fly. As
searchlights lit lilt the sky, the crew
clambered aboard. Mix hundred men
men were employed to bring the diri
gible from its shed.
As the great adveuture nearcd, the
crew became visiybl excited.
Lieutenant Cwminander Znchery
White Corner Building
Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store
July Clearance Sale
REMARKABLE VALUES NOW OFFERED; ALL SPRING AND SUMMER MERCHANDISE
To make room for new FALL GOODS, because we are determined to start the fall
season with a Complete line of New Foil Suits, Coats, Capes, Dresses, Millinery
and Furs and because of our policy of closing out seasonable Garments at a time
when you need them, we will inaugurate beginning today, the most remarkable
clearance sale of Women's high grade wearing apparel ever known in Salem. All
thoughts of profit have been abandoned and prices cut to the quick.
July Clearance Sale of Coats. Capes
Pursuant to our policy of closing out what remains of our
stock at the end of each season, regardless of cost, we are,
determined to make a clean sweep-of Coats, Capes and Dol
mans: Regular value $17.50 now $10.50
Kegular values :!2.IU now 113.50
Regular values $19M now :.. $12.79
Regular values $25.00 now $16.50
Regular values $:!0.00 now $17.05
Regular values i.15.00 sow $24.50
Regular values 42..'i0 now $27.50
Regular values i.'iO.m) now $32.50
Regular values $55.00 now . $36.00
Regular values o0.00 now $37.50
Women's and Misses' $27.50 to $32.50, excellent quality,
$40.00 and $42.30 high class Dolmans, made with lurge
sleeves, Palo price
One lot of trimmed hats,
formerly priced $5.00 to
$7.50, Rale price
Isn't it great that so
royal a drink as good tea
is also the cheapest next
Schilling Tea costs only
y cent per cup a pound
makes so many cups I
There are four flavors of Schilling
Tea Japan, Ceylon . India, Oolong,
Englua Breakfast. All one quality. In
pa rchmyn-lined moisture-proof packages.
At grocers sverywhern.
A Schilling & Co San Francisco
Balance of young ladies''
and women's trimmed
lints for less than half
New and pretty Orgaudie, Voile and Hutisle
mado up In a number of new and attractive
some are trimmed with lace, or embroidery,
neatly tucked and others simple tailored sty)
$1.50 values now ."
$2.00, $2.25 values now ..
$2.50 values now -
$3.00 values now
4.50 and $5.00 values, sale price
7.00 values, sale price
$7.00 values, sale price
We have only a few of
this season's models in
young ladies' and women
ftuits, those in remaining
si.es are offered away be
low manufacturer' cost
This Store Will Remain Closed All Day Friday, July 4th
; ri r r
I. i. m .1
With the Finest Dess?rt
Creation ; S s2t
TRU-BU1 BISCUIT COM PANT
SKltANt fihl) tOt I LAND
Unsdownc, of the United State uavy.j
making the trip at the invitation of
the British navy, emerged from his
cabin clad in fur and resembling an
Arctic explorer. Wished and smiling,
he said to the United Press:
Arrive on Tourth
"1 feel great. I would rather fly
across than travel in a boat. The ele
ments will be smoother anil personal
danger does not exist. The weather is
4'limbing into his room, he turned
back and shook the hnnd of tho corre
SKndeit. "Here's luck," were his farewell
Bound for America, the R-34 disap
peared into the mi it soon after hav
ing the ground. Major Keott, enmman
der of the ship, snid he expected to
reach Iong'Island Friday, tho Fourth
Commander Indown will be given
tho honor of steering the big boat to
its landing place at Hnzelhurst.
Final tests of the R-34 were most
Preparatory to sailing, members of
tho crew rolled up their extra clothing,
each man taking a complete change.
All of the officers mrried small suit
cases. Major Scott voiced the sentiments of
the crew when he .aid:
"I haven't the slightest doubt that
we will reach America."
Big Ship Boomy
Commander Ijinsdowne told the cor
respondent the otficers would take
"When not working," he said, "ws
cnii remaio in the em-kpit or up stairs.
There need be no la k of physical ex
ercise. If we wish we can take consti
tutionals up and down the deck, which
is nearly an eighth of a mile lonj, or
can climb the ladder to the gun plat
form on top of the ga bag, where
there is a tilnce for a two im-h cannon.'
WireleMi Operator Kdwarda said he"!
expected the ship would get into com
munication with the Harbor flraee sta
tion at .Newfoundland the moment the
flight was started.
"We have a splendid wirtiea ca
pacity," he said. "Ve can eommnni
cto over a radius of alout WOO miles
The antennae drop 400 feet below the
A Uritish non-rigid machine escort
Cil the R 34 as fur as Ireland.
The Hiodr of Charles Hnnglcdorf, 65
years old, a pioneer resident of Idaho,
wn found uXturdny in his cabin ncarjernnr Krnest Lister.
Lcwiston with a guiuhot wound thru
the head, indicating possible murder.
Acting .(iovernor Uiuis F. Hart of
Washington will be a candidate nt the
coining election to succeed the late Gov-
ry -to Raise Bread
you Cant Do It !
And you can t build and maintain
a strong body unless you put it
the required material into it.
. You must have somethind be
sides mere flesh-forming iood.
is an ideal food, for besides ordi
nary nourishment, it contains the
mineral elements of the grains
material absolutely required for
building and maintaining the right
kind of nerves and bone and blood
and brain and brawn.
Some foods lack these elements.
Grape-Nuts provides them.
io raise in price to consumers.
during or since the war.