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title: 'Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, May 25, 1910, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5',
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VAIhY CAPITAli JOURNAL, BAXKM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, BUY &5t iDid.
NOT LET 6
V FT Q
ON EVERYTHING IN THE STORE
NOT ONE PRICE RAISED
The 20 per cent Discount
Sale Is Still On At
OF HER A
BY BIO FIRE
Kuhn Made C!cihes
Prospects Excellent for
Everything la progressing nicely
for the Lebanon Strawberry Fair
and Horse Show to open Thursday,
June 2. The berries will be In abun
dance at that time and .will be at
their very best and a feature of the
fair will' be the giving to every visi
tor on Friday, the second day of the
fair, a supply of the best fruit that
grows, for dinner. This feature of
the fair was proposed by the grow
ers themselves and they' will 'furnish
berries for all who may attend on
There will be plenty of attractions
In the city and many of them free to
give everybody a chance to enjoy
The Ladles' Civic club will hava
-charge of the flower department of
the show and it is expected to make
this an attractive part and one that
will attract notice and attention.
"The roses, the champion of all flow
ers, will be In their prime at that
time, and that part alone will be
worth coming to see. Then the
horse show will be a drawing card
to the stockmen.
We buy at the lowest possible caslprices
and always sell at the lowest possible cash
prices, Our annual profit that we have
asked of the public has been- from 6 to 7
per cent of our sales, Now we give you 20
No old goods all are,
styles are absolutely
a Large Attendance
A person may not care much for
strawberries and he may have no
taste for roses-or flowers, but there
is no man who does not love a good
horse, if there Is such, then he will
not be misssed If he does not come.
The person who does not loyo' straw
berry, the rose or the horse, has no
business at a show of this kind, and
is not needed, but the lovers of all
or any of these, will be given a
royal welcome and will have a good
time so be in Lebanon on all tho
days of tho fair, and see it all by
devoting three short days to rest,
recreation and a good time, you will
then live long and be happy.
A ?10 prize will be given by the
committee to the grower for the
best crate of berries exhibited, of
any variety, and $5 for second best
Like przes will also be given for
tho best packed crate of berries of
any variety, and for the second best.
The berries taking prizes to belong
to the committee and may be sold
by them, and the proceeds devoted
to paying expenses of judging ex
hibit and caring for same., It is a'l
GRAND OPENING TONIGHT
Moving Picture Entertainment
House of Refinement, Education
Powers' Cameragraph No. 6 . '
to occur In Lebanon, Juno 2, 3 and
New Train for Lcbimon.
Beginning on Sunday morning,
Lebanon will have another out-coming
train. The new gasoline motor
car of the Albany-Springfield run
will run out to Lebanon on the1
morning run, arriving hero at about
8:10 every day in the week, includ
ing Sunday. This change will give
Lebanon a very complete and satis
factory train service. This new ser
vice is the result of the action and
petitions of the Business Men's
A special representative or the U.
S. Department of Agriculture, Wash
ington, D. C, Dr. Maurice A. Eld
ridge, best known authority on good
roads in tho country, will speak on
that subject at the following points
on tho dates shown:
McMInnvillo, May 30.
Forest Grove, May 31.
Oregon City, Juno 1.
Salem, June 2.
Albany, June 3.
Corvallis, Juno 4.
Eugene, June 6.
Roseburg, Juno 7.t
Grants Pass, Juno 8.
Medford," June 9.
Ashland, Juno 10.
Gen. Pas Agt., Portland, Or
Whatever makes men good Chris
tians, makes them good citizens.
AVAS AKitESTHD AT IIOOI) RIVER
AND TAKEN TO PORTLAND
FOR REFUSING TO TELL CEN
SUS MAN HOW OLD SHE IS
MABEL JS DEAD RIGHT.
rmtiTEn press i.EARtn wran.1
Portland, Ore., May 25. Miss
Mabel Lake, of Hood River, Ore.,
was brought to Portland today for
preliminary examination on' a war
rant Issued last night on complaint
examination on a warrant issued last
night on complaint of C. E.v Mark
ham, a census enumerator, who al
leged that Miss Lake refused to tell
her ago to tho census enumerators.
Tho warrant was issued by United
States Commissioner Marsh only af
ter he had recoived strongest assur
ances that tho census officials had
exhausted every other possible
means to persuade the woman to tell
Tho official counter roportcd that
he had tried flattery, cajolery and
other different means of persuasion
before ho asked for a warrant.
Miss Lake Is tho first wonian in
Oregon for whom a warrant has
been sworn out -by the census of
ficials. A FEW THOUGHTS OF A BOOK
WORM ON THE PLEASURES AND
DELIGHTS OF GOOD LITERA.
A great writer's work lives after
him, even though Shakespeare wrote
"tho good a man does is oft Interred
with his bones."
"Paradise Regained," to the lover
of books, Is the hours spent with his
treasured authors. Some ono wrote
"Blessed Is ho who invented books."
Was there ever a more real reason for
thankfulness. What, would wo do
without our Shakespeare, without our
Scott, BobbieBurns, Longfellow,
Stevenson, Dickens, Emerson, Kip
ling, Franklin, Webster, Lincoln De
Maupassant and many more such re
nowned literary geniuses. Tajce them
from us, and where are we?
To tho book-lover the world would
seem barren and desolate.
There is nothing from which more
real enjoyment can bo obtained. They
drlvo away dull care, and mako one
forget the trials and tribulations of
life. What more pleasant pastime,
In vacation time at the at the seashore
or mountain resort, than tho perusal
of the loved volumes? Now Is an op
portune time to procure any or all of
Mhese great works. Were a person to
search far and near ho could seldom
find a collection" of more valuable
works. Many of us are not able tj
have them, as It takes a considerable
outlay of funds. Mr. Patton is to be
congratulated on. being ablo to secure
them all, and in placing them, as
announced elsewhere, so that tho
man of moderate means can have
them within his home,
That is the namo of Salom's nev.-
moving picture show house, and its
doors will bo thrown open to the
public for the first tlmo this ovon
Ing undor tho management of Harry
Moyor. Mr. Moyor wormed his way
Into tho hearts of tho theatre loving
public by his excellent singing at tlw
L.borty, and has a thorough know-
lodge of the moving ploturo business
from beginning to ond. The open
ing night hag bean ongerly looked
forward to by "the management and
ejctenslvo preparations havo boon
made for it, and a auperb show in
very sonae of the word can b
The now show house U locatedon
Court at root in the handome now
biUdlng just oomplotod by Judge
D'Arcy. The building Is both hand-
some and modern In exterior oon
struotlon and Interior equipment.
It was built exprenly for the mov
ing picture 1dw busineat and hes
a seatlnK 'eaJty at 410. It in
flntpped with everything neceawr
for the eoBTenlence and comfort of
Uie public.' and It will be the aim.
of Ofo mnunKeinent at all tiwee to
give the beat show possible, and
ibat it will succeed goes w.thout
The best way to have a good mem
ory Is to train It and trust It chris
FIREWORKS PLANT IN SEATTLE
GIVES FREE DISPLAY 100
EMPLOYES DASH OUT ON
.FIRST ALARM AND NONE ARE
UNITXD rilESS LEASRD WIEE.l
Seattle, Wash., May 25. Every
workman In tho Hltt Brothers fire
works plant at Columbia City, a
suburb; fled from the place two min
utes beforo an explosion and fire "de
stroyed one half of tho plant this
Ono girl, Bessie Moore, employed
In tho pin wheel department, was
badly cut in Jumping through a
window as tho cry of "flro" was
raised. Sho continued to run how
ever, and escaped tho explosion.
A workman saw smoko issuing
from storo room No. 3 at 10:25 this
morning. Ho gavo tho alarm that
vacated tho plant. Two minutes lat
er tho store room blow up. A second
later storo room No. 3 exploded,
then store room No. 2 with 250
pounds of powder, and finally the
paint shop, where two minutes be
fore Miss Mooro with 10 others had
been making plnwheols.
The force of the explosions were
terrific. Fire followed and the sky
rockets, plnwheols and various oth
er pyrotochnics shot into the air in
a brilliant display.
Every department of Seattle's flro
fighters answered tlie alarm and
ambulances wero hurried to Colum
bia. City. No ono ventured near tho
blazing plant until tho arrival of tho
firemen. In tho moahtlmo rumors
of many being killed and injurod
wore rife. ,
The main storo room was saved by
tho firemen. Tho loss la $10,000.
WHO WILL BE THE
The Woodmen aro to havo a pic
nic June 4 and candidates for queen
on that day havo been named as fol
lows: Lita Hayes, Lilllo Johns,
Besslo Zwlcker, Joy Turner and
Alice Clough. Ballot boxe3 have
been placed at Anderson's barber
shop, Georgo Water's cigar store,
the Spa, the White Houso restaur
ant and Young's store on Broadway.
Tho contest Is expected to bo a
warm ono and tho voting spirited.
Notice of Assessment. Improvement
of High Street.
Notlco is hereby given that tho
common council, of tho city of Salem,
Oregon, will at or about 8 o'clock
p. m.', on Tuesday, May 31, 1910, at
tho council chambers at Salem, Ore
gon, proceed to assess upon each lot
or parcel of land liable therefor, Its
proportionate share of tho cost of
tno improvement of High street
from tho south lino of State stroot to
tho south lino of Mill street, in the
city of Salem, Oregon, according to
tho plans and specifications adopted
for said Improvement and on fllo In
the office of tho city rocordor.
All persons Interested in said asr.
sessment shall appear at said time
beforo said common council, and
present objections, If any they have
to said assessment, and apply to
said council within five days follow
ing said dato for tho privilege If
they so deslro to mako said Improve
ment In lieu of their assessment.
Dated this 25th day of May, 1910.
W. A. MOORES, City Recorder.
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r ivusigei, iiiuBDiujatiuov. j
r nsiivuf ur uirermionr oi
fJlJarftintsuwt ha .
, or In pltln wnpMr. uttr
Ot thrw Lou m. tJtt !
uhc tmt Chcmicai Co.
u. o. A,
Arsenate of lead
Our delayed shipment of Ortho
Arsenate of Lead linn arrived
and can now fill your order
promptly. Spray now, do not
dolay. All going at reduced
prices. Also Black Loaf Bit
D. A. WHITE
FKKDMICN 'AND SKKD.MHN
Poultry and Hee lunjilles
255 N. Commercial St., galein
Just step jn and see the crowds and you'll re
alize that -the entire community has confidenec'
in our statement when we say that we are
selling everything in the store, .without a
single exception, at 20 per cent discount,
We shall give at least two days' notice in the
daily papers before closing this sale,
Our store will remain closed all day Monday,
May 30, Memorial Day,
IN JAIL, WILL NOT WORK
Wonatchoo, Wash., May 25.-
Charles Foster and B. W. Roo, rep
resentatives of tho Industrial Work
ers of tho World, of Spokane, aro in
Jail today refusing to work or to
oat, and Wenatcheo is disturbed by
prospects of a repetition of tho re
cent Spokano war between' tho po-
llco and tho I. W. W.
Foster and Roo camo to Wonat
choo last Sunday to enlist tho labor
ers of Wenatcheo In an organization
for tho Increase of tho wage scale.
Sunday evening tho two men
started a public mooting on tho
main stroot 40 foot away from a
AUTO CLUB TO
TOUR THE VALLEY
TWENTY AUTOS WILL CARRY 73
McMINNVILLE . BOOSTERS- OS
TRIF THROUGH THE VALLEY
WILL BE IN SALEM FRIDAY.
Between 75 and 80 guests of tho
local Automobllo Club will leave Mc
MInnvillo Thursday morning for a
tour of tho valley, as a "booster"
organization and to study street
paving. Their schedule provides for
Infrrpriipnfc of Avpr': Hair Vitrnr
increments or rtycr s iidir vior.
AnvfJ-iInrr Inlurloua hcrc7
AnytlJlnur of merit here?
Will It Htoo laillna hair?
Will It destroy dandruff?
s rBc& dolor the Hair
T, O. Krxn OnCTiwT, T,nwll, Mm
-BISHOP'S READY -TAILORED
With Memorial Day at hahd
no doubt you choose to do
special honor to the occasion
and appear at your best.
In that event we
have new style cre
ations, nattiest fab
rics and nobbiest
Modeled with a bit of dash for
the young chaps and more
conservative styles for business
men-just such reliable clothes
as you might expect from us.
The most complete showing -of
Straws and Panamas in
the city with an equal ex
hibit of Men's Furnishings.
alem Woolen Mill Store
(Salvation Army service- 'Tho Salva
, tlonists complained to tho authori
ties and upon tho rofusal of, Foster
land Roo to move they wero" arrested.
Monday thoy wero fined $25 and
costs, which they refused to pay.
Upon their return to Jail they re
fused to work and woro placed la
tho dungeon on a bread and water
dlot. At overy meal slnco that tlmo
they havo thrown away tho bread,
taken only tho water to quench tholr
thirst. Thoy threaten to havo 200
mon fr,om Spokano in town to fight
It out unloss they aro released Im
mediately. arrival at Independent and Mon
mouth about 9:30 o'clock. Thursday
foronoon, Corvallis 'at noon and Eu
gene at 5 p. m. Thoy will leave Eu
gono at 8 o'clock Fridays morning,
and arrive at Albany, via Harrla
burg, at noon; and at Salem 5 p. m.
Twonty cars have been listed to con
voy tho party over tho route.
Most mon spend too much of their
lives In making other miserable. La.
Learning la over In the freshness
of Ub youth, oven for tho old.
Man thou pendulum betwixt a
smllo and tearl Byron.
Sulphur, Glycerin, Quinln, Sodium Chlorid,
Copi,cunl( affe Alcohol, Water, Perfume
Ask vour doctor.
Ask your doctor.
Ask your doctor.
AaU your doctor.