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DAILY CAPITAL JOUHNAL, 8ALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1804.
Stockton & Co.
The former price of little girls
ages 3 to 14 years.
Tho highest grades which aro
shown this season are to bo
found In our allk department.
The kind that other stares call
85o qualities, we are selling for
Our $1.00 values are all reduced
J. 0. McCue, Astoria.
Elw. Hall, Baker City.
A. Welch, Raker City.
H. O. Flelscbauer, Baker City.
E. Tobln, Portland.
J. M. Healy, Portland.
W. R. North, St. LouIb.
J. D. Scharff, Portland. ."
F. P. Kelly, New York.
W.' B. Prazor, Portland.
D. F. Rowland, Eugene.
W. T. Watson and wife, San Fran-
Phil Becker, Portland.
Goo. R, Stow, Portland,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Smith', Portland.
Esther Holden, Oregon City.
W. P. Creswell, San Diego, Cal.
- Alfred H. Henry, North Yakima.
D. W. Smith, Turner.
M. 'Weinberg, Denver.
I. M. Goad, Portland.
H. M. Ogden, Portland.
W. F. Jeffress, Portland.
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We fit all makes of Tires at all Prices
$2.25 and Upwards
We fit all makes of Rims.
Bicycle Frames and Forks.
Best Workmanship and Prompt Attention. Phone Red 2151 !
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Restoring Failing Eyesight!
Is our bUBlnoeB. Wo have hundreds of customers who aro testimo
nials, who sing our praises, for tho reason of having received per
fect satisfaction. Eyesight mado as good as it ever was. We are
progressive opticians, and lately havo added tho exclusive agency
for tho greatest optical invention over invontod.
Tie Invisible Bifocal Lenses
With a pair of thoso you ovorcoruo all tho old drawbacks of seeing
tho seanis, going up or down stairs, Jn fact they are porfecL Wo
Also fit thorn.
Torlk, doprossed and round sogmont BUocalB. Come In and re
colvo tho advantage of skill and Improved instruments. Our charges
Pioneer Optician. Ba state street
All Shirt Waists
25 per cent reduction on all our fine
shirt waists for summer.
LADIES' SUITS AND SKIRT8
AT 8ALE PRICES.
On Monte clothing and special
lines of menta shoes, also
ladles' and children's shoes.
Harold Hugglns, Portland.
J. P. Meehan, Portland.
W, M, Meehan, Portland.
Geo. F. Hawloy, Jackson, Mich.
H. H. Clark and wife, Denver.
W. G. Pierce, New York.
The Reservoir Being Tested.
Tho reservoir on Falrmount Hill
Park has been completed, so far as
the concrete lining. is concerned, and
the first water was turned Into it
Monday. Manager Chas. A. Park, of
tho Salem Water Company Inspected
tho work, and, to all appearances, It
is a fino and perfectly water-tight
structure It was emptied, and later
in tho night was pumped) full again.
Tho water is a clear and appetizing
looking fluid. When completed the
reservoir will bo enclosed with a fine
Irani fence, and the top of tho earth
enclosing tho reservoir planted In
TluKlmTfoaHaw Always Boiat
We repair all makes of J
If It is for a Bicycle, we ! !
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The Bicycle Man.
Next door to Ladd 4 Push Bank
Coroner's Inquest Is
Thunderstorms Raise More
Bodies From Their Ocean
Tremont, N. Y Juno 21. The big
armory was packed at noon when tho
Slocum, Inquest was started. Frank
A. Barnaby, president of the Knick
erbocker Steamboat Co., was the
first witness. Ho testified as to
oqulpment of vessel. The Insurance
companies had considered the boat
an excellent risk, giving the company
lower figures. The church paid $360
for tho use of the boat.
John Cokely, a deck hand, swore
during 18 days he had been on the
steamer he never saw a fire drill.
First Mate Flanagan admitted he had
never been examined by government
officials and was not a licensed mate
He had been chief mate of the steam
er two years.
At 8 o'clock this morning 12 addi
tional bodies, victims of tho Slocum
disaster, were recovered, making a
total of 764 found and missing. Sixty
four unidentified bodies are at the
morgue. A severe yiunder storm
early this morning caused two bodies
to come to tho surface and eight were
found floating near where tho steamer
was beached. Tho relief fund now
stands at $53,000. Two four-inch
guns today will bo taken out on the
floats and fired along the river where
tho bodies were supposed to bo sunk.
First of damage suits has been filed
by Mrs. Kato Mattler, who lost four
children. She asks $50,000.
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pie howled and clapped, but it. was all
over In a few seconds, and aulet
Preliminary Was Mild.
Tho regular preliminaries were ?o
mild that tho enthusiastic opening is
hailed as a good omen . Uncle Joe
Cannon wore an expansive smile,
when tho cheers swelled up for Fair
banks. It was made a plain fact that
tho delegates had boarded tho Fair
banks wagon. Swinging his two
handed bung-starter, Payne rapped
for order, quiet ensued, while the
Senator Scott got a hand-clap as ho
stopped to the front to present the
gavel from tho Chicago committee to
Payne, after which Reading Clerk
Malloy let loose his fog horn.
Salem Choral Society.
The aSlom Choral Society members
held a meeting- this morning to set
tle up the acounts fcor tho late May
Festival and "Queen Esther" cantata.
They audited all the bills, and, al
though they wero short, tho main
movers in tho enterprise dug up about
$25 each, and, after next Tuesday, all
parties having claims against the s
clety can call1 on the treasurer for
their checks. These entertainments
were a good-sized musical treat for the
entire community, and those who,
with their labors and generosity, have
made It possible for the public of Sa
lem to have It are entitled to great
Late Court oHuse News.
John Heldecker, the well-known
cement worker, was today committed
to the asylum. Ho has been suffer
ing from brain fever for several
Marriage license was Issued today
to Edward O. Klonly and Miss Augus
ta Rouf, and Chas. E. Freeland and
Miss Florence P. Tlllson.
John Scholl was 'appointed admin
istrator of tho estate of Chrlstopbel
P, Krelger, deceased.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shoemaker
announce tho engagement of their
daughter, Mabel Ethel, to Dr. Rasmus
P. Mortenson, of oYncalla, Oro. The
wedding will take place on Wednes
day, June 29th, at 10 o'clock a, tn., at
tho homo of tho bride's parents, on
South Liberty street.
The pupJls of Miss" Eva Cox, assist
ed by Mrs. Hinges, will give a piano
recital tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock
at tho Presbytorlan church. Tho pub
lic Is cordially Invited. 2t
C. L. WcAlister of Shaw Re
ceives Serious Injuries
C. L. McAllister, the rural mail
carrier, who drives on the route run
ning east of Shaw, met with a seri
ous accident last evening, and may
die from the Injuries received. Ho
had a spirited team and was returning
from his trip, when the horses be
came frightened, and dashed down the
road at a terrific speed, throwing Mr.
McAllister out of the buggy, and
dragging him a considerable distance.
The unfortunate man was picked up
and conveyed to his home, where he
is In an unconclous condition. His
right ear was torn from the head, and
he received a number of severe bruis
es about the body, causing Internal
Dr. aRnsom, of Turner, wasi called,
and he pronounced tho Injuries of a
very serious nature, with very unfa
vorable chances for recovery. His lit
tle son was also In the buggy, but es
caped with only a few slight scratches.
Mrs. Hinges Will Sing.,
At the piano recital given at
Presbyterian church. Wednesday ev
ening, at 8 'o'clock, by the pupils of
Miss Eva Cox. You are Invited to
o k. "op o ara. x .a.
Bmtb tl 9 M Kind You Have Always Bought
"Make Salem a Good Home Market"
Capital City Mills Quotations.
Bryant & Pennell, Props.
Poultry at Stelner' Market
Spring chickens 1315c.
Eggs Per dozen, 16c.
Potatoes, Vegetables, Etc
Wood, fence oU, SU.
Second growth $5.76.
AFh $3.00 to 8.75.
Hide, Pelu and 'urn.
Green Hides, No. 1 5c.
Green Hlues, No. 2 4o.
Call Skins 4 5c.
Goat Skins 25c to 31.ee.
Grain and Frour,
Wheat, Salem Flouring Mills,
port value 70c.
Oats Buying, $1.10 per cwt.
Barley $21 per ton. '
Flour Wholesale, 3.76.
Live Stock Market
Steers 3V44c. .
Cows 3c. i
Dressed pork 6i6.
Dressed Veal 66c.
Dressed hogs GOCc.
Live hogs 56,4c
Mutton iVt 3c.
Baled cheat $10$11.
Baled clover $9.
Eggs, Butter and Cream.
By Commercial Cream Co.
Eggs 15c, cash.
Butter 22c, wholesale.
Butter fat 20c at station.
. Wheat Walla Walla, 7172c.
Flour Portland, best grade, $1,
$4.05; graham, $3,50$4.00.
Oats Choice white, $1.25.
Barley Feed, $23.00 per ton; rolled
Mlllstuff Bran, $19 $20.
Hay Timothy, $15 $16.
Potatoes Fancy, 75c$1.00.
Eggs Oregon ranch, 17017&C.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, 13013
per pound; turkeys, 1617c.
Pork Drossod, 606V&C,
Boef Dressed, 608c.
Wool Valley, 17018c;
Oregon, 11014c; Mohair,
Hides dry, 16 ponnds and-upwards,
Butter Fancy creamery, 20c.
Get a Rtmabotit---A
AND ENJOY THE
One hundred dollar runabout Is the
talk of the trade, for it haSthe style
and finish common to the $125 sort,
and the quality has had a year's test,
so wo know what it will do.
The higher priced ones we sell are
world-beateM, too. There aro the
points of excellence that make
them worth the price, and they stand
Our other buggies and driving rigs
aro equally good values, and all we
ask is a chance to show you. Our
trade never was so good, and tho rea
son Is not far to seek, once you note
Two second-hand buggies, and two
open rigs. Call and see them.
F. A. Wiggins'
Implement House 255-257 Liberty St.
Farm Implements, Automobiles,
Sewing Machines and Supplies.
REDUCED EXCURSION RATES.
From S. P. and C. & E. Points to the
Seaside and Mountain Resorts
for the Summer.
On and after June 1, 1904, the
Southern Pacific, In connection with
the Corvallls & Eastern reallrlad, will
have on salo round trip tickets from
points on their linos to Newport, Ya-
qulna and Detroit at very low rates,
good for return until October 10, 1904.
Three-day tickets to Newport and
Yaqulna, good going Saturdays and
returning Mondays, ore also on salo
from1 all East Side points, Portland to
Eugene inclusive and from all West
Side points, enabling peoplo to visit
their families and spend Sunday at
Season tickets from alDEast Side
points, Portland to Eugene, Inclusive,
and from all West Side points, are
also on sale to Detroit at very low
rates, with stop-over privileges at
Mill City or any point east, enabling
tourists to visit the Santlam and Brel
tenbush hot springs in the Cascade
mountains, which can be reached in
Season tickets will be good for re
turn from all points until October 10. ,
Three-day tickets will bo good going
on Saturdays and returning Monlays
only. Tickets from Portland and vi
cinity will be good for return via the
East or. West Side at option of pas
senger. Tickets from Eugene and vi
cinity will be good going via tho Lebanon-Springfield
branch if desired.
Baggage on Newport tickets chocked
through to 'Newport; on Yaqulna
tickets? to Yaqulna only.
Southern?Paciflc trains connoct with
tho C. & E. at -Albany and Corvallls
for Yaqulna and'Newport. Trains on
the C. & B. for Detroit will leavo Al
bany at 7 a. m., enabling tourists to
tho hot springs to reach there tho
Full information as to rates, with
beautifully illustrated booklet of Y
qulna bay and vicinity, timetables,
etc., can bo obtained on application
to Edwin Stone, manager C. & E
railroad, Albany; W. E. Coman, G. P
A., Southern Pacific company, Port
land, or to any S. P. or C. & E. agent
Rate from Salem to Newport . . . $5.00
Rato from Salem to Yaqulna ....$4.50
Rate from Salem to Detroit ....$3.60
Three-day rate from Salem to
Gold Dust Flou
Made by THE SIDNEY POW
ER COMPANY, Sidney, Ore
gon. Made for family use. Ask
your grocer for It. Bran and
shorts always on hand.
P. B. Wallace
76o Crash Skirts $ 29
$2.00 Walking Skirts 1.25
$2.75 Walking Skirts 1.95
TEE CHEAPEST STORE
M'Evoy BrothersXourt St., Salem
Only a Fe
Days Moe of
of the low prices
on all muslin un-
Girls Wanted. Two girls wanted at
Ferguson's restaurant. Wages,
$3.50 per week, with board and
For Rent Furnished office, Includ
ing light, heat and telephone. In
quire of H. W. Searlo, room 5, Ti
oga building. Corner of Stato and
Liberty streets. 6-21-eodtf
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Best work at honest prices.
Tires, Rims, Coaster Brakes and
all other repairs. All work ful
ly guaranteed. Free air In
connection. F. J. MOORE.
Call and leavo a list of your city
Property and farm lands which
you wish to put on the market with
DEMOREST &. HANNING.
Money to Loan
THOMAS K. FORD.
Over Ladd & Bush's Bank, Salem, Or.
$3,00 Dress Skirts
$5.00 Dress Skirts
$7.50 Dress Sklrs
IN TEE NORTHWEST.