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DAILY OAPITAIi JOUItltnki, SAtiEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY APRIL 27, 1010.
OUR SHEARS ARE STILL CLIPPING THE PRICES
The heavy shopping of the past week has-made deep inroads into some of our very best lines of good seasonable merchandise which we now offer
at a still greater reduction In prices, 1-3 to 1-2 their real worth, Broken assortments of shoes, odd sizes, If your size is in the showing we will sell
them to you at manufacturer's cost, laces and Embroideries, Handkerchiefs, Summer Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Waists, Skirts, etc, Short lengths
and odd pieces of bolt goods, ribbons, etc, clearing .at greatly reduced prices, Our 20 per cent sale closes tonight at 5:30j take advantage today,
Women's and Misses' Tailored Suits and
Coats have joined the grand sacrificing
van; we have assorted them into lots
and priced them as follows!
Lot No. 1 , tailored suits and . ri r 95
coats, values to $17.50 now
Lot No. 2 tailored suits and
coats, values to $27.50 now
Lot No. 3, suits and coats,
values to $37.50 now
Women who appreciate values will find
selections, from this lot worth double the
prices' we are asking for this high class
of merchandis.ei first here the first
served, as long as they last at t(iese
prices, Ready made section first floor,
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S TAILORED
SUITS, the good kind, The best kind,
Every man and young man in this town
knows the value of our clothing, we have
a special lot . marked at the following
$15.00 values special to
$20.00 values special to
close at ,
$25.00 values special to
$27.50 values special to
And many other prices not mentioned
with as liberal a discount. These suits
are all clean cut and are as near per
fect fitting as the tailoring art can make
them. See this special display.
TODAY ONLY-Checked Ging
ham aprons with Bib at
low price of each jz .33c
mm 1 Mil
Now York. April 27. Stocks
opened promising today, but at tho
close tho whole market seemed per
meated with weakness. Following
tho declaration of a dividend yester
day United States Steel sold rapidly
during the forenoon. Over 18,000
shares were disposed of at 80 4
and 85. Chespettk & Ohio moved up
k points: vNcw York Central the
same, Kansas & Texas 1; Union
Pacific, Central Leather, Brooklyn
Rapid Transit, American Car, Amer
ican Smelting each jumped ono point
over yesterday's close.
Despite tho morning's aeronautics,
the market began to drop steadily,
and at the close many, stocks sold bo-
low the close yesterday. Amalga
mated Copper, Intorborough, Metro
politan, Pfd, sold a point under last
night. Louisville & Nashville rose
1; Southern Pacific 1V4; American
Locomotive 1, and Reading 1
Throughout steel dominated the
market. Bonds were firm.
ROOT TO REPRESENT
U. S. IN FISHERY OASES
UNITED r-RESH LB A RED WIKH.l
Washington, April 27. Former
Secretary of State Root, who is go
ing abroad to represent the govern'
ment In tho New Foundland fisheries
case, said today that ho probably
would bo very busy whllo In Europe
and, in consequence, doubted whether
he- should be able to see. . Colonel
Shortly after it was announced
that Root would act as tho repre
sentative of the United States In the
fisheries controversy, it was rumored
that ho would also see Roosevelt and
I give the administration's side of tho
i political conditions which have de
I veloped since the colonel went to Af
.Ederheimer, Stein & Co.
W I I I W Wl
1 l t 1a JU 1a 1 i vL X
fp f J rJS f J J 7 f. 7
lEo a pound at Farrlngtonc, 426
Try tho Tashmoo -
Thoy can't bo boat,' two for
Manufactured In Salom,
For Good Things
In tho grocery lino remombor J.
M. Lawrence, tho grocer., Phono 311
Prompt deliveries mado to all parts
Fickle Contracts Wanted
Wo will contract with gardonors
for any quantity of cucumbers for
pickles. Call or wrlto for prices.
Gideon Stolz Co., Salem, Ore.
A live Salesman
And collector wanted. L. F. Sav
age, 247 N. Commercial. 4-2B-3t
Gllson's barber shop
GllBon's cigar utoro
Giison's hatha open all day Sunday
atugo Undertaking Parlors
CtetUgo and Ohomoketa Sts. Calls
fifty or n!ht. Phono 724.
Dried peachoa wo havo over of
fered: 3 lbs for 25c at Farrlngton'a,
tho Grocer, and Markotman, 426
XieMgae Met Last Night
Tho Sovonth Ward Itnprovomont
le&gao bold a mooting last evening
In Townsend hall and it mado nn oi.
aminatlon of the plans and blue
print for tho sowor systom to bo in
stalled In South Salom. Tho mom
bora wore dooldodly pleased with
them and elatod over tho fact that
so comploto and adequate u systom
la to bo Installed.
Normal Opens Mny a
Tho Capital Summor Normal opons
on May 2. It will continue until
tho August examination, Classes
will bo formod In all branches for
county and stato pupors, stonogra
phy, typewriting and Latin. Address
3. J. Krapa, Salom, Oregon. 4-20-Gt
Vote Yes for Monmouth frormnl
Yon know what a good toacher
Bsoans to a community, and especial j
ly to a child. Tho Normal School is
whore the teachers aro best trained.
You have a valuable plant at Mon
mouth, worth more than $100,000.
Don't abandon this, but voto, yos,
"rote for Monmouth and sustain the
Normal School. The coat is four
' cents on a thousand dollars. J. B.
V. Butler. See. Com.
4.14-llw-d & w.
fifteenth and qneraokoU streets.
Hot and cold water, bath, stationary
wash bowl, toilet, large basement,
furnace, largo rooms and closets. You
wrnnot duplicate this property for the
yrtee asked. Lot 60x180 feet to ol
Jy. Will sell, If taken at once, for
it4kMs$X fcMa'ltt BBntn.
ly ti jr taints. Hmith-GlIliHghatn Co..
room No. 6. McCornsck building.
rko) Mala 96. 4-ll-tf
Had No Llccn
A printer by tho name of Tufts
who claims to hall from California
was arrested yesterday on tho
chargo of fishing without a license
yestorday and fined tho sum of $2
by Judge Wobstor.
Play Tills Afternoon
Tho socond game of a series of
games botweon tho. Salom high
school team and tho team of tho
Wlllametto university occurred thl3
aftornoon on tho athlotic flold of tho
Interment nt Joseph
Tho remains of James J. Dough
oriy, who died In East - Salem was
sont yestorday to Joseph, whero In
tormont will bo mado. Dougherty
was 39 yoars of ago and tho cause
of death was paralysis
To Elect Officers
Today is olcctlon day at tho Wll-
lamotto Unlvorslty and officers will
bo elected for tho coming year.
Thoro aro a number of candidates in
tho flold for tho various offices and
tho contest will bo keon.
Will Attend Convention
A numbor of Salem's business
mon dopartod today for Oregon City
whero thoy attended tho convention
of tho Open Rlvor association. Sev
eral papers wore road boforo tho
convention on tho lock question and
also a roport submitted by a com
mlttoo who had oxamtned tho Ore
gon City locks.
Some of tho pictures with Rooso-
velt In Africa wore obtalnod with tho
groatost difficulty. A Hon, for In-
Btauco, was photographed as It canto
down to tho water holo to drink,
with tho camorn qn tho ground and
the camorn man up a tree. At Yo
Ltborty, Thursday, April 28, one
day only. 4-27-1 1
Wm. Ratzbburg of this city has
boon nwardod tho contract for tho
plastorlngof tho Hotel Marlon. This
Is ono of tho largest plastorlng con
tracts which havo boon awarded to
any contractor In tho city for many
Will Raise Chickens
,Mnx Mullor, manager of tho poul
try plant of tho Oregon Juaano Asy
lum farm, departed yostorday for
tho city of Portland, whoro ho will
ondoavor to socuro noodod equip
ment for tho hatching operations of
tho plant.. It Is tho plan to ralso
oaoh yoar eovoral thousand hoad of
poultry for tho use of tho lumates
ot tho Institution.
Will Pave fi. l"""TrackN
Superintendent Ft olds aud Engi
neer niood of tho onglnoorlug de
partment of tho Southern Paolllc
Hallway company were In tho city,
yesterday and hold a consultation
with Mayor Rodgors with regard to
paving tho eompanys traoks on
Twelfth street. The pavement will
be ot Belgium blocks and vetrlfled
brick. Tho company will also dp
further work la tho way of beautify
Ing the depot grounds.
Try a JouruM-Want Ad.
Railroads Will Comply
Tno ranroau commission lias re
ceived a number of letters from
railroad companies in tho stato to
which It sont a communication to
tho effect that all lato trains must be
bullotlned and all roads Indicate
that they will comply with tho order.
Library Commission Meets
Tho stato library commission held
a mooting this afternoon at tho state
houso and a numbor of matters per
taining to tho library were acted
upon and disposed of.
Complains to Commission
Tho Oregon Railroad commission
today recelvod a complaint against
tho sorvlco of tho Sneridan & Wll-
lamina Railway compapy at Willam-
Ina from G. N. Jnck. Jack Bays
that tho road favors certain patrons
Charles L. Swain who has beep
making a survoy of lands In Eagle
Creek for tho stato engineering de
partment returned to tho city today.
Tho survey Is mado undor tho Carey
Act project and Its purposo Is to do
tormlno tho available water supply
and area of land.
8. I. Hearing Tomorrow
A hoarlng oh tho complaint pre
ferred against tho class rates of the
Southern Pacific Railway company
will bo hold by tho railroad commis
sion tomorrow. It Is expected that
most of tho commercial clubs In the
valley will bo represented by dole
gates who will glyo testimony.
To Build Sanitarium
Mayor Rodgors, nccorapanled by
Suporlntondent Cloments, Architect
Hazeltlno and Contractor Welch
yestorday visited tho site for the
Stato Tuberculosis Sanitarium the
old Muto school proporty. The
grounds woro carefully oxamtnod
with a view of dotormlnlng upon a
location for tho various buildings
which will compose tho institution.
Preliminary plans had already been
prepared and most of tho work yes
torday was In cheeking them up. Be
sides now buildings the plans call
for a remodeling of tho presont
Cominerco Commission Hears Cases
UNITED I'BESS LIIAaED WISE.
Washington, April 27. Tho in
terstate commerce commission today
conferred on tho Spokane rato case.
Ofhor cases discussed were tho Seat
tlo and Portland back haul cases,
tho San Francisco cases, Involving
rates Into thoi mountain district, and
tho Reno, Nevada, cases.
Reno shippers aro desirous of
having tho samo rato on class and
commodity traffic from tho Atlantic
seaboard as Is now given to Pacific
coast terminals. Sacramento is
classed as a coast terminal because
of tho water connection at that point
with San Francisco and the rail
road's defense' Is that this boat con
nection enables them to make a low
er rate than R.eno gets, despite the
Ketchel-Lnngford Bout Tonight.
UNITED PRESS LEASED WIRB.1
Philadelphia, Pa., April 27. Af-
tor almost two years of effort to
bring thorn together, Stanley Ket
chel, middleweight champion of tho
world, and Sam Langford, tho Bos
ton bono crusher, will moot In a
six-round bout hero tonight, unless
tho unforeseen happens. It will bo
Ketchol's socond appearance In tho
ring since Johnson defeated him In
Colma. The so-called assassin has
beon working hard the last three
weeks nt WoodJawn.Inn, Now York,
and appears to bo In hotted condi
tion than nt any tlmo in tho last two
LIKE JVIR. BRYAN
Des Moines, April 27. Open op
position to tho suggested boom of
William Jennings Bryan f0r presi
dent on the prohibition ticket Is ap
parent nt tho prohlU'tion convention
here. A number of the delegates,
however, favor passing some sort of
resolution endorsing Bryan.
Charles R. Hall, a California!),
nddresslng a banquet of tho dele
gation voiced tho Bryan opposition.
It would jeopardize tho prohibi
tion party to havo as a candidate n
man not out of the kindergarten
class of the prohibition school, ho
declared. "Ab soon as Bryan cuts
away from tho 'whisky democratic
party, I will be willing to endorse
Steamer Venus Attached,
(UNITED PRESS IJflAFED WIBE.1
Now Orleans, La., April 27. The
steamer Venus, loaded with arm3
and ammunition consigned to Grey
town, Nicaragua, presumably for the
j aid of tho Madrlz government, He3
in tho harbor hero whllo two separ
ate actions are pending to keep her
, from sailing. The Stearns Foundry
1 company libelled to vessel on an al
leged Indebtedness of $14,000, said
to bo due for repairs to the steamer.
Captain Haltland who was arrested
on a charge of violating the neutral
ity laws by undertaking to furnish
supplies to Madrlz, is waltlngthe
decision of the U. S. commissioner
who heard tho evidence and took the
matter under advisement.
County Surveyor Herrick is plat
ting land at Brooks today.
Mrs. Ada Strong and Mrs. L. D.
Westacott wont to Portland today to
seo Otis Skinner nt the Bnugalow.
Judge and Mrs. Burnett returned
from Albany hls morning.
John ' Osborne, of Scranton, la.,
who spends his winters in California,,
stopped off today to visit President
Homan, of Willamette.
S. D. Potorson was a Milton visi
tor in tho city yesterday.
O. E. Frytng, of Oregon City, who
has been In the city for several days
on business matters, returned to his
Will Wright, of Union, who was
appointed as successor to Bank Ex
aminer Steel, was a visitor at the-
stato capltol yestorday.
Mrs. Franklin Russell, who has
been visiting friends in tho city, has
returned to her Walla Walla home.
Toft Fires Alaska Men.
UNITED rKZSS LEASED WIRE.
Washington, April 27. On
charges of general Incompetency
President Taft this afternoon re
moved Samuel A. Sutherland, mar
shal of tho first district of Alaska,
and John T. Boyce, district attorney
for the same district, from office.
Moro immigrants entered this
country during March, 1910, than
during any other March In our his
tory. Of tho 132,397 immigrants.
110,000 aro Italians, Austrlans,
Russians and Hungarians.
D. D. BARRON
Civil engineer, surveying, plat
ting, sub-dividing. General contrac
tor for concrete sidewalks, bridges
and streets. State and Commercial.
Entrance 136 South Commercial
St., Room 9. Telephone Main 204.
Fire Insurance Society
Frank Meredith. Isidenl Akcii
Room 18 Bush Bank Blk, Snlem, Or.
Judge Frazer Creates Sensation.
Pittsburg, Pa., April 27. Judge
Frazer today created a sensation In
tho graft cases by announcing that
thero would bo no graft trials for
Tho entiro panel of petit jurors
drawn for the trials was dismissed
by tho court with tho exception of
thoso drawn to servo in the pending
trial of ex-Councilman Coffey.
Tho toymakers of Sonneberg are
among the worst paid work people In
Germariy, It often hnppens that the
earnings of tho Sonneberg workman
nnd his family, working sixteen
hours a day, do not exceed $2.40 a
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY LANDS
Bow River Valley, Southern Alberta.
Flrst-clasa Form Lands Cheap Ten Years' Time.
Local Agency Steeves Block, Salem, Oregon.
A. D. MCCARTY, LOCAL AGENT.
Consul Uelleven Girl Suicided.
Washington, April 27. ;Unltod
States Consul Crowntnsh'eld at Na
ples today cabled his opinion that
Miss Estella Rold, whoso body was
found thoro last Sunday, had beon
drowned nccldontnlly. Ho gavo no
details of tho caso or of his reason
for ascribing hor doalh to accident.
Crownlnshlold's messago la be
lieved to tndlcato that ho bollevos
that Miss Rqld committed Buicldo.
The pollco, however, still bollevo sh
, o !
Guarding Roosevelt. ,
unites rREsn uuino vritt,
Paris, April 27. Fearing lht.
former Prosldont Roosevelt Is In
danger from a possible attack Uy
soVoral American anarahlats her,
tho polka today hurriedly detailed
six, doteoilyoa . to guard th Anior..
Tho pollco havo learned that the
anarchists auddonly left Naplae
bound for Paris.
In your hour of E E E,
If on this paper you should C CC
Take my advice and now dc Y Y Y,
Go straight away and advert I l I,
You'll find the project of good U U U,
Neglect can offer no exQ 0 0
Be YYY at once, prolong yoir dAAA,
A silent business soon dK K K.''
Rioting nt Toluca.
UNITED PRluSB ICASED W1BI.J
Lacon, Ills., April 27. Sheriff
Howard and 12 deputies started
from Toluca, 20 miles from here to
day whero it is reported serious riot
ing is in progress. The rioters
havo cut electric light wires and dis
abled tho water works plants, It Is
Notice of Assessment for Improve
ment of Owens Street.
Notice is hereby given that the
common council of the city of Salem,
Oregon, will at or about 7:30 o'clock
p. m on Monday, the 2d day of
May, 1910, at the council chambers,
at Salem, Oregon, proceed to assess
upon each lot or parcel of land liable
therefore .Its proportionate share of
tho cos,t of tho Improvement of
Owens street from the east curb line
of Liberty street to the east curb
lino of Rock street, in the city of
Salem, Oregon, according to the
maps, plans and specifications adopt
ed for such improvement and on :11a
In tho office of the city recorder.
All persons Interested in said as
sessment shall appear at said time
before said common council and pro
sent objections, if any they havo, to
said assessment, and apply to said
common council within five days fol
lowing said date for the privilege it
they so desire, to make said lmprove-
r.r-nt in lloi. of ttieir assessment.
Done Dy order or tho common
council of the city of Salem, Oregon,
this 25th day of April, 1910.
W. A. MOORED
MONEY TO LOAN
TH.OS. K. FORD
Over Lndd AS HuMi Uunk, Salem, i"r.
Try a Journal want ad
, NEW TODAY
FOR SALE First class -newspaper
folding machine 4-C-8-10 or 12
pages folded at once up to a full
sized 7 column paper. Cheap it
taken soon. Speed 1800 to 2000
per .hour. Inquire Journal Salem,
Ore. 3-2 1-tf
Lot on 17th st. between Court and
State, $650; easy payments. Can
you beat this buyT
Lot 50x130 on Highland ave., ex
cellent location, 125; $20 down.
balance $5 per 'month.
8-room dwelling, southeast corner
12th and Court sts., lot 82x82:
price 53250, which includes paving;
now being done.
The Capital Journal
' Brings Results
Notice of Assessment for Improve
ment of BusH Street.
Notice is hereby given that the
M-mmon council ..f trt city of SiU'ii,
Oregon, will at or alcut 7:30 o'clock
p m., on Monday, tho 2d day ot
Any, 1910, nt U;' council chambo s
nt Salem, Oregon, proceed to assess
upon each lot or parcel of land liable
therefore its proportionate shaio of
the cost of l.e improvement of ISusb
rtreet from tho west line of High
s'eet to tfc east lino of Fir itre.it,
In the city of Salem, Oregon, accord
ing to tho maps, plans and specifica
tions adopted for such Improvement
and on file in the office of the city
All persons interested In said as
sessment shall appear at said tlmo
before said common council and pre-!
sent objections, If any they have, to
said ossesment, and apply to said
rnmmnn rmtnrtlt vlthln flvn H.n fal
lowing said date for the privilege. If
they so desire, to make said Improve
ment In lieu of their assessment
Done by order of the common
council of the city of Salem. Oregon,
this 25th day of April. 1910.
W. A. MOORES.
Lot 50x100, corner of Miller and
Sagniaw; $650, easyi payments.
Lot 75x165, Capitol st., 110 feet
off Ccart. $4500.
Lot southeast corner of 13th and
Center sts., 54x81 feet; $1050,
Dwelling, south 25th st., two lots;
$1400; terms to suit.
Phone 96. Room 5, McCornack Bldg:
AUCTION SALE On April 29th 1"
will sell nt public auction at my
place three miles east of stato in
sane asylum, on the Frultlnnd
road, horses, cows, wagons, bug
gies, all my household goods, and
numerous other . articles. John
WANTED Girl for general house
work, family, of. three. Mrs.
Frank Meredith, 1365 State street.
LOST. Watch fob locket; Initial
"H" on back; baby's picture In
side. H. H.. Moyer, Yo Liberty.
AUCTION SALE On April 29 I wilt
sell at public auction, at my place
three miles east of the Insane Asy
lum, on the Frultland road, horses
cows, wagons, buggies, nil my
household goods and numerous
other articles. John Meyer.
WANTED Two flrst-clasa salesmen'
who can make good, with $150 to
$1,000 to Invest .with services,
nn make $5,000 annually. Call
evenings. W. M. Gulylts, Capital
CARE FOR TBELINEN
Wo make a specialty of launder
ing the finest fabrics and table
linens, Clo.aes are not worn out
with machinery. All work called
for and delivered. Work guaran
teed. Your patronage solicited.
Highland Haid Laofldry
3549 Currant Ave. Phone 403
White Labor. (