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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1010.
PINGREE SHOES FOR WOMEN- BROADWALK SHOES FOR CHILDREN
f BLUE RIBBON
WHITE EVE WAND JUNE WHITE DAYS
SALE Of READY-TO-WEAR APPAREL 1st Floor
IN BUYING CLOTHES
As In buying other things it's always wise to bo sure you got what
you pay for; sometimes the Ignorance of a buyer Is tho chief source
of profit to tho seller, Whon you seo HART, SOIIAFFNEn Ai
MARX namo on clothes, you know they or made of all wool fab
rlcs; ypu know you're getting style creations Jhat represent tho
greatest designers in the world; and whemyou buy these clothes,
or anything else In this store, you ,know that you get a guarantee
of featlsfaction or your money back. Wo want to see you wearing
these clothes. Suits,
' ' $20.00 TO $50.00
This Store is the Home of Hart,Schaffner & Marx Clothes
In a wonderful comprehensive- showing of this season's popular
shades, all tho'rory latest four-in-hand string ties, etc., are repre
sented; popular prices for vacationists.
Hie Missing Link is in Town.
Tho guest of one of our leading
Through tho energetic efforts of one of
our leading merchants wo have with us
one of the greatest attractions of the day.
Tho Missing Link.
Ho is not as wild and wooly as he looks
but is cultured and polished to a high
degree and is really a great comfort and
help to mankind. Ho is now on exhibi
Chantecler and Middy Blouses for Girls Priced at 78c ea
By mistako theso blou3es woro adyertlsed In yesterday's papers at
98c they aro worth $1.25 but as wo are having a make-room
salo in tho ready-to-wear section, wo decided that to clear them
out on their arrival at 78c. They are well made, and they have tho
nppearanco of a much costlier waist. Beo them.
Tailored China Silk Waists, Make-Room Special, Less 20
Plain white, black pin etrlpes and black Gibson styles, and 1-Inch
and -Inch, pleated fronts. Women will bo Impressed with this
showing, ana more so when the prices aro learned. All sizes, well
tailored, now at, 20 per cent loss during tho Make-Room Sale.
Women's Driving Gauntlets and
Motor Gloves Now Ready
Wo'vo bopn urged by many women to buy this
speci&l lino of gloves and now announco their
readiness for out-door recreation. Tho colors
aro tan, brown, gray and black, all sizes of each
of tho following prices!
?l-25. 1.50- ?L75 nd 2 50 a pair.
Now Is tho tlmo to buy ".boforo tho assortments
becomo broken. Seo display. Olovo Counter.
The Little Mischief Stockings
A now lino that wo have Just added to our already
largo showing of children's hose. Theso llttlo
stockings aro of a bette grade. They are silk
lnsldo and outside and wool center. They aro non
Irrltatlng. They como In black blue and white,
all sizes of each color, usually sold for 50c. Our
special low prlco at
Cherry Fair Bunting, Official Colors, Now On Sale at .
mnrnrwinrTTri 1 11
4 1 2c yard
jjc fc ?Jc sc jc ) jjs sfc jfs jjc jc jjc sfc
Tho Finest Beef
Pork, lamb and veal that money
can buy, at Farrlngton's.
Wo Glvo You U10 Nicest, Freshest
Groceries, canned fruits and vogo
tables at prices that will swoll your
savings account, Test us for ono
month. J. M. Lawronco, 197 South
THE OWL CONSTRUCTION CO.
Phono Main 204, 168 South Com
mercial stroct, upstairs. General
contracting and brldgo building,
concroto work In any form. SUR.
VISITING! AND PLATTING A SPEC
IALTY, Two crows in tho field. Wo
novor sloop. D. D. Barron, Mgr.
Railroad Won This Time
Tho Oregon Railroad Commission
today handed down an order In tha
case of Geo. L. Hubbard against tho
O. It. & N. Co. Tho complaint charged
thnt tho company fnllod to provide
, adequate facilities at Montavllla for
tho handling of tho freight and pns
songer trafllc. Tho commission finds
against this contention but rocom
mends that tho company provide
freight and passenger facilities at the
station at Graham.
Notlco to Contractors
Soalod bids will bo received by thu
Oregon State Doard of Agrloulturo
until 1:30 p. m., Tuesday, Juno 21,
at which time said jids will be
oponed, for tho construction of n
rodol . dulry barn at tho Fair
Grounds, in accordance- with plans
and BpQQlflcntloiis now on lllo at the
olflco of tho socretary nt Fair
around. A chook for 10 per cent
of amount of bid must accompany
bid. Tho right is rosorvod to roject
any or all bids.
Secretary Oregon Stato Board of Ag
rlculturo. Salem, Oregon, Juno 16
Company Files Answer.
Tho O. R. & N. Company has filod
an answer to tho complaint proforred
against it by tho Pitts-Weld Com
pany, In relation to falling to pro
vide a spur for tho handling of traf
fico at Hertnlston, The answer is in
tho wny of a general denial of tho al
legations mado In tho complaint.
Graduating Exercises Tonight
Tho sonior class of tho College of
Liberal Arts will hold Its graduat
ing oxorclsos this evoning In tho au
ditorium of tho First Mothodlst
church. Tho class oxorclsos were
hold this aftornoon In Wlllnmotto
chapol, and wore woll attondod.
Thoso graduating nro Ruby Coryell,
Bloanor Colony, Agnes Moore, Cyn
thia Hornibrook, Leila Rlgdon, Holon
Smith, Nora Emmol, Annlo Plglor,
Clark Bolknap, J. W. Eckorsloy and
FOR THE BODY
SMITH WANTS EGGS.
We will pay ns follows for first
class produce Ship by express:
Pork , 12o
Live Hons ...18c
Idyo spring chlokona ....
pound .'. . 20o to 22c
FRANK L. SMITH MEAT CO
"Fighting Uia lteof Trut
V.VITKD l'SKSS LBiifED WIIIE.1 ,
Como, Italy, Juno 10. Divers to
day nro eonrchlng tho bottom of
Lako Como for tho body of Portor
Charlton, missing husbnud of Mary
Scott Castlo Charlton, whose body
was found In a trunk In tho lake
Many persons her, Including Con
sul Cnughoy, do not accept the p.v
ltco theory that Charlton Is still
alivo. and Insist that a thorough
soarch bo mado for his body In tho
Tho rumor was revived today that
Charlton fled to Switzerland dls
gused as a priest Two mon told
tho pollco thnt they saw Chnrlton on
Friday, Juno 10, shortly bqforo tho
body of his wife was found.
Thoro Is no vorifiontlon of tho re
port that tho missing man was seen
Assistant Attorney-General Van
Wlnklo announced today that, in the
event that Judge George 'Burnett
should not becomo a candidate for
re-election to tho circuit court. bench,
but becomo a candidate for the su
preme court of tho state that ho
would becomo a candidate for the
placo now occupied by Judge Burnett.
Several prominent members of tho
Marlon County Bar Association have
urgoa Mr. van winkio to becomo a
candidate, and ho has had tho mat
ter unaer consideration for some
time, anu aecmea to make tho an
nouncement, with tho abovo qualifi
cation this morning. Should he be
como a candidate it Is understood
that he 1 would have the unlimited
support of tho County Bar Associa
tion, in addition to that of his hosts
of friends in this judicial district
Mr. Van Winkle has had years of ex
perience in his profession, and was
selected by Attorney-General Craw
ford as his assistant because of his
ability and legal acumen He has
faithfully and ably discharged all the
duties devolving upon him by reason
of his position and is qualified in ev
ery way to fill the ofilce for which he
has announced his candidacy.
In addition to Mr. Van Winkle,
there are two candidates in the field
for the office of circuit judge Percy
Kelly, of Albany, Republican, and
Judge William Galloway, of Mc-
Minnvillo, Democrat. Tho former
has tho endorsement of tho Bar As
sociation of Linn County at least ;t
Is so said, and will mako a hard race
for tho office.
Judgo Galloway is now presiding
ns Judge of the equity department of
tho circuit court He Is able, and ex
tremely popular with tho masses, and
theso two qualifications won for him
tho judgshlp at the last election,
and that in a district that is over
whelmingly Republican. During his
administration he has administered
the duties of his office with faithful
ness, fearlesness and ability, and he
is stronger with the people today than
he over was, .and it is the consensus
of opinion among thoso who aro con
versant with political affairs, and
keep their ears to the ground for
soundings that ho will be reelected
by a handsome majority.
An effort was made to Interview
Judge Burnett today w'th tho view of
ascertaining whether he would bo a
candidate for re-election but It
proved futile ,as, ho was not In the
Lucky, or did you always have to work for what you got.
In either case, read the following, and you will profit by
it if you act.
Large modem 6-room, house rall the rooms are large, hot
and cold water, lavatory cabinet kitchen, basement, furnace,
-lot 50x1 57, House shingled and has large porch. Two blocks
from car line and five blocks from school, Best of. locations,
$300 Down, balance only $25 per month
Why pay rent, with such an offer as the above
Iff Iff W W m 1 I
I Room 5 McCornack Building. " ' 1
ELITE MASSAGE PARLORS
SALZMAN At tho state "hospital.
Salem, Oregon, Tuesday, June 14,
1910, A. J. Salzman. Tho remains
wero shipped from the W. T. Rlg
don undertaking parlors yesterday
for Interment at Saginaw, Oregon
BULLARD At tho family home,
606 North Commercial street, Sa
lem, Oregon, June 16, 1910, Mrs.
Polly Bullard, aged 81 years.
Mrs. Bullard was the mother of
Miss Mae Bullard, a teacher in the
Central school. , She came to this
city In 1908 from Michigan.
The funeral services wero held at
the residence at 4 o'clock today.
HUGHES-BAKER At tho residence
of Rev. Ennls, In Jacksonville,
Ore., Saturday, June 4, 1910,
by Rev. Robert Ennls; James P,
Hughes and Maybelle E. Baker.
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HASSANKOLCH, A TOWN IN ASIA
MINOR, IS SWEPT BY TREMEN
DOUS FLOOD RESIDENTS
POUCH!) TO SEEK SAFETY ON
Hits Trouble Quickly
Ralph Pealo was arrested last
evoning by tho pollco on tho com
plaint of A. Froel, who, It seems, ac
cuses him of having knockod him
down last night and taking his
rue-nay from him. . Free! was ro
leased yesterday from tho state pri
son, whoro he has boon serving a
sontenco for inrcony. A hearing has
not boon sot, but tha oase will prob
ably be heard some time, during the
UNITED rilESS LEAKED WME.
Constantinople, Juno l(i. Four
hundred persons wore drowned and
Inestlmnblo damago done In a flood
that completely inundated the town
of Hnssnnkolch, Asin Minor, today.
Tho Hood was ono of tho worst in
tho history of that section of Asia
Minor. Tho wntors rushed In Kroat
vnlume through tho strrots and first
rorceil tho peoplo to seek refuge on
tho 'rooftops. Continuing to rise,
the flood soon covored tho town.
It Is bol'ovod some of tho resi
dents of Hnssankoleh escnpod to tha
hlghlnnds, but 100 foil victims to tin
soothing wntors. Tho storm wnij
slmllnr to thoso which have hood
raging in Switzerland.
WILL TRY TO TIE ,
UP STEEL WORKS
In nln'o cam out of ten a nita-
elrtsvoim msddlsr gta a salary rmm
people who are wH behavtHl and at
tnd to their own business.
UNITED I'REBS IJUSSD WISE.
Los Angeles. Cnl., June 16. The
battorlos of tho striking metal work
ers aro to bo turnod upon tho Llowol-
lyn iron Works, the plant which has
boon more successful in withstand
ing tho strlko, according to tho doo-
laratlon of tho strlko loaders today.
Noarly 2fi0 mon left tho Baker Iron
Works and tho Lncy shops last night
The strikors say both those shops
must close before the end of tho week.
Tho foundrcmen and bollor makers
will meet tonight at the Labor Toraplo
to perfect their plans.
The strikors will attempt Monday
to tie up all etruotural and rein
forced steol construction work.
Fire Insurance Sooiptv
Prauk Mfmtlth, l-Hliciit Aaeni
Room Ul Uusli ltmik 111k SaUmii, Or
MONEY TO LOAN
I TWOS. K. PORD
Ovpr liMilil & Ilitih Dank, SnUiu, Or
Mr. and Mrs. D". W. Clearwater, of
Portland, are y'slting for n wcok at
the home of their daughter, Mr3.
Hurry Moyer. The have spent the
past two weoks visiting In Eugene.
M'ss Myrtle Clearwater, of Port
land, is making a month's visit with
Mrs. Harry Moyer.
Miss Gail Suter and M'ss Jo Far
rington, of Tacomn, are visiting Miss
Miss Maud Dav's left yesterday
for Drain where she. will visit a few
days with friends and will then pro
ceed to Berkeley, California, to at
tend a summer school.
Ernest Donnlson depnrted todav
for eastern Washington to spend his
Mrs. Joshua Smith loft today for
a visit with friends in Portland
She will also attond tho convention
of tho W. R. ., which will bo held
nt Astoria, June 21-24.
Mrs. F. Sporry. of Portland. Is
visiting hor parents, Mr. and Mrs
Miss Mabel Glover, of Portland
is visiting friends in tho city. She
Is a graduate of the Willamette
Unlvorslty and 's attondlng tlio com
moneemont exercises of tho lnstltu
Mrs. Lois A, Green, and . son, of
Belllngham. Washington, aro visit
ing Mrs, Groene's mothor. Mrs. L
Mlsa Boryll Holt departed yester
day for Cambridge, Idaho, whore, she
wlil spond tho aummor. with hor
Mr. J. P. Patrlqk, of Dos Moines
Iown. Is visiting his niece, Mrs) E
Hofer, arriving yesterday. Mr. Pa
trick has made several visits to Ore
gon and It has becomo a habit which
ho says ho derives a great doal of
pleasure from. Ho will probably ro-
maln In Salem tor so mo time.
Master F'sh Wardon McAllister
loft this afternoon for southern Ore
gon on buslnots In connection with
Judge HeUry Benson, of Klamath
Falls, is a visitor in tho ally.
FOR SALE First class uewspapei
folding machine 4-6-8-10 or 1J
pagfcs folded at once up to a full
sized 7 column paper. Cheap It
taken soon. Speed 1800 to 200(
per hour. Inquire Journal Salem
FntE PROOF SAFE& Largo as
sortment, now and second-hand.
Also vault doors. Call or write
for prices today. Portland Safe
Co., Agts. Genuine Hall Safe.
87 5th St., Portland, Ore.
LOCATED IN THE NEW UNITED. STATES NATIONAL BANK
BUILDING. OFFICES 301 AND 302.
Ladies, Look What Advantages You ffeve N6w in
Salem, Equal to That of Larger Cities
Bako Oven Baths for Rheumatism and run down systems. And
Dr. of Electrolysis removers of Birth Marks, Moles, Superfluous
. Hairs and Warts, never to return.
Latest fashion in Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Facial Massage,
Bleaching and Manicuring. '
LAST BUT NOT. LEAST
Clay and Almond
for the face, freshens, softens
and leaves tho youthful bloom
to the face.
Treats and cures all manner of
diseases of the feet.
Phone 596 Call and Give Us a Trial
FOR SALE A first class side spring
buggy, ono seat, In A No. 1 condi
tion; reasdnablo price. Call at
Journal ofilce. 6-9-tf
A license of ?150 a yoar was im-
nosd Qn near baer Jo'nts at Rose-
burg last week and moving picture
Shows must pay 60 a year n'tht
Eating al you can Is what g vet
''ti)V stomich trouble. '
AN ESTABLISHED REAL ESTATE
Concern wants a good, reliable
man or associate man, who Is fa
. miliar with tho peoplo and prop
erties In Marlon and Polk counties
Address confidentially "R. E.," P
O. Box. 354, Salem. 614-5t
I HAVE OFFICE On ground floor
In good location, will share with
or without desks. Apply P. O.
Box 354. 6-14-tf
OK SAUK Several housee in &a
lem. and tarm Inn-le at a bargain
c.onl'ni Nntlnnnl Rank. 6-1-cort
HOT WATER In one minute and
seo demonstration at H. H. Hunt
er's electric supply house. Agent3
A splendid rain for everybody.
Mr. L. M. Gilbert's family have all
been quite sick with grip. It seemed
to be contagious. All are Improving
The Sunnyslde Phone Company
hns been repairing all the lines of
the company, 'and putting them In
The road work In district No. 27
has been moving along rapidly; are
building some good roads.
A. L. West has left for his old
home In Indiana. His father Is very
low and Is not expected to live long,
David Poarson has bought tho 18-
acro woods tract of L. M. Gilbert;
consideration $75 per acre.
Is also building a brand new dryer
for his big prune crop. He says his
trees aro just loaded with fruit.
Davy is coming out of tho kinks all
C. K. .
Electric news? Why yes; lots of
It two or more surveying outfits In
tho field. There Is no route half so
good as the direct route, that Is' duo
south from Sa.e r
There was an auto break down on
.Jockson hill Inst week, but no one
was hurt. The machine was badly
smashed up, owing to tha brake be
ing out of order.
Our school closed last Friday with
BO WE RM AX GOVERNOR.
(Continued from page 1.)
as Acting Governor Bowerman ar
rives this afternoon he will preside
over a meeting of the State Desert
Land Board, and this ovenlng will
preside over a meeting of -the Stato
Benson Still n CandWate.
The assumption of tho governor'
office by Bowerman has ledto the
revival of a story which went the
rounds of political circles in Port
land a short time ago, and which
was to tho effect that Governor Ben
son because of his ill health would
David,01 bo a candidate for the office of
secretary of state as he had an
nounced, but that he would retire
from the field of politics, and thnt
his brother. Judge Benson would be
come a candidate for governor.
If was stated, however, at the
governor's office today that the gov
ernor's health Is improving, and that
In the course of a month he will re
turn, and that he still remains st
candidate for the stato secretaryship.
WANTED AT ONCE An Al man
and wife for farm; first-class car
penter, ?4 per day; man to help
with grubbing, street and farm appropriate exercises,
work, good wages; fourth cook; dinner was sorved by the parents at
girls for home and hotel work; 20 12 m and at 1:30 the school was
mon for sawmill. A. C. Smith & called to order by Miss Ora B. Mor
Co., 544 Stato street. Phone .1507 . gnn, our teacher and for two hours
I tho Vlsitlncr nnlilln llatfjnnd tn n
FOR SALEA. modern seven-room ' sp,endl(, program of Bong recltat.0Il
"ur ut "r- ce.raonl drama, etc. Here are some of tho so-
waiKs air arouna; plenty or snrun- lections
bery; flno location; only 2500;J Tho p,ag Drl wUh mus,
terms. Seo Plant & Tallman, ( schoo.
uoom 205 u. a. National Bank
Bldg. Phone 479.
Thore Is no point In
-man who has no money.
CARE FOR THE LINEN
We mako a specialty of launder
ing the finest fabrics and table
linens. Clo.uos are not worn out
with machinery. All work cnlled
for and dellveml. Work guaran
teed. Your patronage solicited.
Highland Hand Laundry
2(49 Currant Ave. Phono 403
"Mrs. Dosomo and Frank's Visit,"
The spelling class,
"Seeing the Ghost."
Recitation, "Mustered Out," Dalslo
Recitation, "Cat Tails," Cecil Pear
Recitation, "The Overworked Elo
cutionist," Margey Gilbert.
Recitation, "Getting Up." Dudley
And many others. .Mr. and Mrs
Morgan, of Brooks, wero present.
FOR SALE Corner lot, new houM,
S-room whan flnWiwl. in High
land. S b'oota watt of Mut
sehool. Price $400. half cosh.
John Van Laantn, Snlsm.
LOT 60x110; Two blocks from Stat
house, $900. Easy payments.
Lot, Miller and Saginaw; $650; ex--cellent
Lot 50x200 on 24th St.; $10 down.,
balance $5 per month.
Lot In Highland Ave.; $10 down, $;
Lot, 40x160, half block of state
Lot, Thirteenth and Center streets,.
$1050. A good buy.
Excellent lot on 23d street, $225;
$10 down; $5 per month.
Terms can be had on all of the
above. See SMITn-GILLIXGIIAM CO.
Room 5, McCornack Bids.
Phone DO or 1023
Is all newly fitted up and Is now-
ready to accommodate all who wish
to come; also cottages and tents for
rent. For further information write
to W. D. Wheeler, Newport, Ore., box: