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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL,. SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1008
! n"1 " in.. .. i ' 1 -l, Wt-inM i r We'EMPLOY ONLY EXPERT FITTERS AND SALES-PEOPLE World of White Specials Ofttr offerings at this sale have been oven better tlinn our old cus tomers anticipated. , ...,. . LADIES' TAILORED SUITS Of this season's .newest fabrics, modeled from the newest New York styles. ' ...... ... fflO.OO VALUES WORLD OP WHITE SPECIAL. I $42.00 VALUES WORLD OF WHITE SPECIAL. $67.50 VALUES , . WORLD OF WHITE SPECIAL. i I w $80.00 VALUES WORLD OF WHITE SPEGIAL. JJ523.85 ?21.2J5 $18.75 $15.00 MEty; Artisans Attention Initiation and election tonight. Commission Goes to Lyplis , The railroad commission wont to Lyons this afternoon M" hear: tho casb of the citizens of Uyons vcrstiB tho Corvallls ft Eastern Railroad company. Tho Lyons people want n station .erected, and tho railrond company refuses to build It, on tho ground that there Is not sufficient business at the placo to Justify tho company ln.jnnlnialnlng a station. Ackcntinn Traveling State Supor'ntendent J. IT. Acker man went to Corvallls tlrto morning. From there he will go to.Ahea bay. ) You-can eave-from $5 to $10 'On -n-suit during this1-sale.-Every suit Is this season's newest design in- tailoring and fabric.''' ' s n nn 1T.IT.TIPC i ' j WORLD OF WHITE SPECIAL. . : ......... . . . '.', .". .. ,V. . . . . $7.65' $12.R0 VALUES ' j WORLD OF WHITE SPECIAL. . .". V .' . . 'rft' S9.85 $15.00 VALUES ' : - ?yt . WORLD OF WHITE SPECIAL. ........ i $18.50 VALVES WORLD OF WHITE SPECIAL. $22.50 VALUES WORLD OF WHITE SPECIAL. $27.50 VALUES WORLD OP WHITE SPECIAL. .$11.05 S13.90 $1S.85 $20.00 Factory Inspector Here 'G. H. Gram, of Portland,. state In spector of factorial 1foV the Portland- district, -is -1n Snlonvitodny;' v' Artisans Attention Initiation and election tonight. Evnnilnlng Hoard to Moo. LANDS IN SALEM BY. ACCIDENT EMBROIDERY! EMBROIDERY! 4 SUCH AN AVALANCHE OF SNOW WHITE ELEGANCE, AN EVENT NEVER IJEFORE IN SALEM. OWING TO OUR BUYING FACILITIES WE HAVE JUST SECURED A SNAP IN WHITE EM BROIDERIES 'FOR OUR WORLD OF WHITE SALE, EDGINGS, ALLOVEHS AND RANDS, VALUES UP TO 81.50 A YARD, THINK OF IT, FOR ONLY Heroes a true story of a stranger In a strango land. Louie Howlet, 17 years of ago, loft his homo In Byron, Nebraska last Sunday for Selmn, Oregon, a small town near Grants Pnss, to Join his father, Samuel Howlet, a prosperous 'rancher of that place. He asked the station agent at Byron for a ticket to Selmn, but the agent for some reason made a mistake and gave tho boy a ticket to Salem. Young Howlet arrived in tho Cap ital City yesterday n'ternoon nnd bo pan inquiring for his fnther, who by the way, has lived in Oregon for 10 .rears nnd owns n half section of tho finest timber Innd In southern Ore' inn T nn In tlmttrrht If nrn tUnt Tho eighth grade examining board nn nnp rmilii mil iiim in whnf ni-i will meet In the ofllco of Superln-,0f town his father lived so ho con tended Smith this, afternoon to -suited tho city directory, but with no grado the papers of tho pupils who bettr buccpss, tooic tne examination nst wcqk. T.nc He dlsovorel at length that he work of -the board will b? cpnmletttr.wftB not In Selmo, b'.it Snlom. Ho wuni to me posiomco ami inquired u there was nnv mnll for him. Tho o!crk hnnded him n letter addroiyd to his father Saml. Howlet, Selma, Oregon. It seemed thnt tho poat Offico people at Byfon had modo tho same kind of n mtatnke thnt tho ticket ng?nt did. The boy oponod the letter nnd found It was from hU sister, advising the elder Howlet that Loulo was on h's way to Join him. The lnrid went to tho court houno nnd told the sheriff of his nrcdl'cn ment. Tho wor't of It wns, the boy, explained, "that ho was busted." He wanted n Job, and wnntcd 11 rlgth nway In order to rnlse enough money to get to Selmn. He wrote to his fnther lnt even ing, but he Bays If he can earn $4 In the menutlme he will not wait for nn answer. ARRESTED ON CHARGE OF CRIMINAL ASSAM tomorrow. Fine Home for Sale Party with cash better investi gate. P ric e reasonable. Address H., care Journal Unless Wllnm Lee, a 10-year-old Tho sheriff , irlrl. Ivinc neni- MnnmnuMt. la u-. ...". Bncm at Sa em .. . .. . ....., .a ..,,- nuiiiin I ntl,i -: mM... taKon in nor menuiicatlon, Deputy: started fn t t mUy Harrv "ii, '! Sheriff Mlnto has brought to bay one, liKnc an ? w,naopenance. V '! of tho worst of criminals. Bh!" c5B 8nBr.re,lcd b? Clfy S ...The young lady yesterday was vis- Mfi To ,-" "d Idenuft ting nor undo, David Olon, who'od her . ran o ai,? lives just across .tho river from Indo- by Dot utv Sfii 1,rought to fit pendonco. Sho was walking along , nssaul "v HI, At1ni char8 the river bank when sho wns en- iil,.i l ' con'nlt rail ' countered by a strango mnn who . DlnnchiS I n?.'tsf,ew- i jvlthout warning, brutally assaulted tlco WobBtJr nW'c,d befre !. her, tearing off nearly all her cloth-' Ing, JJ wnlvo. nclo.ck x& fng In the attempt to accomplish his' henrC U . ! cxamlnaUon.T dastartdly purpose. I dav inor n hm nCi nQ M t for Tho girl grappled with tho Hold In XnSS wmS oc,0.iht?S a life and death struggle, striking I Jrlaonw stBi! i S? ,'l!lnwn ft and kicking him, and at tho samo' n ,f attornov' flhWanC time screaming for help. Tho man ' Ho vU ? ?Zi fr,,m PendJJi beenmo frightened, and snatching ills grandmotw -' M' 0frW the girl's purse, which contained bond I was nxed i tASlne W nbout a dollar, ho mado his escape ho soouros this niSJH0' ,and ? rtcross tho river to Independence. ' main ln tho count? ?BnMd wl11 f- F.:rsj Crawflfli Todny, . Snturday Bllto Restaurant. nnd Sunday, 19' a yard IIUY ALL YOU WANT, PROHAHLY NUVER AGAIN CAN VU BECUHK SUCH A K WING OPI'OI'TUNITY FOR OUR OUSTOMKRS SEK COURT STREET WINDOW DISPLAY. Ladies, Just Three Days Left To order your fnll and white, i'nde.wenr at special prlcs. For particulars lnquiro at Underwear Counter. SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! All broken llnoj at upeclal reduced prices. Our fhoes arc better values lor tho samo money than any shoes in tho Willamette valley. Mmtxwrrfl StnU' vh. Young. The belated appeal In tho enso of tho State vs. Joseph Young wns filed with tho attorney genernl this morn ing, and tho trial of tho enso before thn aitlt-rtrivni nnntt Itnrrnn lt tm noon BP1 Taft sent n telegraph from Four years ago Young shot Cnspnr nlnpton Immediately to Slier Van Drand of Portland, who after- ,mn1n nf,l?r h,a, nomination congrnti. wards killed hlnuelf. Young wnsl,nt,n5 ,i!b nn(l n8S,lrlnB n,,n of 8UC' rnnvlftfoil rT nuunnlt tvMtli n ilnnrllv ." -- - " """ "" "'-' I weapon, nna sentenced to bIx yenrs In tho penitentiary. Young hnB now pfrved two-thirds bf this sentenco. Sirs. George Slonn of Tncom Wnsh., fttcrlflccd her ovnv life yd1' The nnpenl, which hnB boon drng-!terdny ln raving that of her Infant glng nlong for four yenrs, Is taken baby. MONDAY IS THE DAY Strawberries Clarks, Wilsons, Oregons, Magoons, Excelsior, Jessie $1.20 Crate Order Today I ica PHONE 66 W. A. IRVIN, 203Com'ia Corner Court on the grounds thnt Young had a right to shoot Van Drnnd becnupo ho was attempting to ruin Young's wlfo nnd family. 1, , , o i 1 1 ii 1 1 hi ii City News Weather Cloudy wltli probably showers to night ami Saturday, When in Portland- Visit "Halls" new restaurant, 330 Wa'sh'. 6t opposite Imperial hotel. Rdtyl Tax A Ave mill tax has been levied by the, citizens living In 'the vicinity of ElXhorn, to build a road at water level along tho north fork of the Snutlnm, It Is planned to extend tho road tq Mehnma In the near future. Underbill Inmrovlng parol Underbill, tho Willamette student whoso leg was amputated several weeks ago lj reported as be ing? pnst the danger point. Hj will probably be removed to hb home Sundny. Saloon Robbed t , Tho snloon of J. R. Smith at In dependence, wltMi ' 'eld under at tachment by S!"lff Grant of Polk county, was broken into lnta Wednesday night, and a quantity of liquor stolen. Part of tho stolen goods wp.- known to have been tak en ncrc th !'vrV and the Polk county -ht -iff anusnled -to Sheriff Culver l tV mlddb of tho night for ajsle'nnce. Deputy Mlnto left Sa'eri cn-iy yesterday morning, nnd located the thelf on tho Cooper phy:o oppostto Independence. When ar rested, James Scantlen confessed to having stolen the liquor. He bad a sack full of case goods, which he had concealed ' in the tall gras. Mlnto dellv-red the nrlsnner and the stolon property to sheriff grant. Hole Causes Accident A hole In tho bridge on Fifteenth street betw6n Mnrlon nnd Union street between Mnrion and Union hofso yesterday. Street Commis sioner Martin had the hole repaired, todny' 7&t,jp . ,, 4' . Si MeEhoy'H Hand Will furnish tho music nt tho Falr mcunt game Sunday, the aiBt. 2t Gladys Colo Lead Tho voting for tho Goddess of Lib erty for Salsm's Fourth of July cele biatlon is, up to date, ns follows; Blanche Drown 10. Mny King 11, Jeisle Kenton 30, Mabel Eaker 11, Blancho Clearwater 0, Margurette Wilson 2, Elizabeth Schultz !, Gladys Colo 23. A large vqte Is ex pected to bo cast before tho contest closes.- i 'RnselMll Watt Shlpps vs..,Bralnard Cubs of uiwumi, ouuuuj, me sisi, at league grounds. -2i Ilrldge 1-VU Down About 5 p. m. Thursday evening while n mnn was crossing Mill creek bridge on N. Fourteenth street, the on uviiutt jvii aown, injuring on; muBc mm mo owner. Tuere will be damages to pay. Funeral of Mm. Auperle The funeral of the late Mrs. John Auperle was held from tho fnmlly rP3lder.ce at Jefferson todny upon my iiinni ui mo noon iram trom Sn'em, which carried ninny friend? or necensed to attend the sorvlce' Tho remains were tnken to Portland this nfternoon for cremation. There was a gsneial ou'uourlng of fnipa thotlc friends of the family, as Mrs. Auperle was a woman highly esteem? ed for her many virtues and good qualities of mind and heart. Baseball Watt Shlpn" vs. Bra'nnrd Cubs of roruann, sununy, the 21st. at leagu HIUUHU3, 2t Fieak NewN'mitern, ' The dlseusfl'in on the ul1ert nf!T ulng blnck -n'l - rf vht Ink for.i re.vq)ape-n recnllp the fprt that one'1! of tho mot rmarkble freak new papers ever printed wns the Lumln nrn, published ln Mndrld. It wns printed with Ink contnlnlng phos phorous, so thnt tho paper copld hi rend ln the dnrk. Another cuirlosltv wns called tho Regal, printed with nonpblsonous Ink on thin sheets of dough, which could be eaten, thus furnishing nour ishment for body as well as mind, Lo Blen Etre, n French pnpor, promised those who subscribed for 40 yenrs a pension nnd freo burials. WclMvnown Iowa Minn. Dr. W. W. Kimmoll of Lebnnpn, formerly of Polln, Ia went to Port land this week to attend tho funeral of Hon. B. G. Bowon, whom ho had known for 60 yenrs. Dr. Klmmell wns a claBsmnto of 'Hon. S. F. Pronty of Des Moines, who hns Just beon nomlnntod for congress over J. A. T. Hull. 0 It Is Not Advertising Which Survives; But the Things Which Are : : Advertised : : : : T i The Juggler Juggles , Nothing but fun at the Edlsonln' tonight Come and enjoy the funJ Song, "Smile on Me." Cooked Food Sale . The ladles of St. Paul's Episcopal ulld will hold a sale of home-made1 .bread, cakes, etc.. Saturday. ' June 20, at Putman's drug' store. HE "cleverest advertise ment" you ever wrote may bo quite forgotten now, oven by tho bet frlendi It mado for you! It mny survive only In tho bigger store It helped to crento. But it is just ns csrtain thnt the bigger store of tho fnturo Is to grow out of tho ndvertlB lng of the present ns it is that tho t'oro ns It now Etnnds lc tho resu't, In largo measure, of your "forgotten" advertise ments. You have preserved the re LMlts of advertising. You must crente new results through new advertl ing. III-I I preach rfd to tho young macis. GRAY Samuel Gray, at his resl- women a grent moral and helplal dence, 404 S. Seventeenth street, lesBon. nt 10 n. m., June IS, 1D0S. ' " " Mr. Gray was born in Ohio, Juno -v r. i - vi t... 2, 1S32, crossod tho plains, to Ore-.MONrY Tfl I OAN gon In 1SG2 nnd settled In Lane ,f ivr 1E-' BV Lvnn county, afterwards movlnir with hlv TH09. KFORD pnrcntH to Corvallls. Tho pait sx Over Ladd & Buph's Back, Stlm, PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Brown, of Califor nia, she visiting Mrs. Brown's sister. .Mrs. Gideon Sherwood In S. Snlem. Ed. Hazard Is homo from n three day visit at Portland nttendlng tho K. P. from Central Mrs. J. J. Murphy of Portland Is vIMtlng Mrs. William P. Lord, of this city. m ihb in i 44H-H UNIVERSITY OF OREGON SUMMER SESSION JUNK S3 TO JULY 31. IfWIft 'convention as representative &BB eutrnl lodge Of this city. VUiliuUJca. I'byglci. Full rp of Inst ctori! biaAUTMK.T FOM TEACHCltS For rU)on .Mr4 the UStSTTUt, BIIVtIUTT OF SRIMI, IUUI, MIMI years he hns lived In Salem, where he has been cared for by a nephew. Mr. Minor Grny and his family. Tho deccnRed was never mnrrled. Rev. P. S. Knight will conduct brl.'f fuuernl service at tho residence? tomorrow nt 0:30 n. m. nnd romnlns' will be tnken to Corvallls for burial. o Willamette Graduation ErnvNen. Tho final and formal closing of tho in 08 1 succeB'fifl year In tho hlstoryot Wlllametto Unlvoralty occurred nt the Methodist church last night, wncn n largo class of young mon nnd women received tholr diplomas from tho Institution, Thoso who recslved tholr bnche lor'i egrees nre: Royal Daniel Blsbee, BcbsIo Emily Cornollus, Fred Ln'wronco Hornschuh, Jnnieii Garfield Heltzel, Austin Carlisle Price, John Edward Relchon, Char lotto Ruth Whipple- nnd Lnnlttn Bernlco Young. An excellent program was ren dered, nnd each number was onthus 'astlcally received. Tho program vns as follews: Invocation, Rov. W. H. Selleck; organ solo, Professor T. S. Roberts; Imperial quartet, "Ab sence"; addrcBB, Hon. A. E. Eaten: violin vrtlos, Miss Joy Turner, nnd Mr. 'Frank Frlckoy. The clns nddress was delivered by Rov, Philip E. Bauer, who took for his 'ibject, "Samuel Thrait Rng gerB," Dr. Bauer's speech was able . m .1 silnnlal. Tllf A. rt .. 1 1 n r VnUAn UUU ClUlJlR'Uli U UAtlllll'IVO IWHV11 from the life o his subject he 0; Norwich Union Ffre Insurance Sockty Frank Meredith, RegMrat Attnl Ofllco with Wra. Brown k Co., Nj 29 Commercial' street. NEW TODAY Wanted nt Once From J10Q t 1500, tho best of collateral tecar Ity to offor. Address G 10, Jour nal ofllce. 6-lMf- For Sale Sovoral houiei In Salea and farm 'ands at a bartila. Cap ital National Bank. -Hod- For Sale One model B IUmblM" runabout. Warranted flrt c! condition. Seo Wilson & Mwrer (J.18-1B13 For Sale A first claw cow for ' 1 cheap. Phono farmers, 24X Wanted Immediately iU 6Wd.j" penters. Salem Indian irtooi. Phono Mnln 128. Appjf Edwin L. Ohalwlck, Snpt. w- wa, Oi fill I I 11 II i 18 1 11 M t'lUi-H-4fr44-I"t-v-f-frv4-r-C-4-H-H-44-i-44-H- 4-44-444-444 4-H"t-f-i-H"-H-4-H- HI I I 1 HI I ' ' ' --MHt HURRY!!! For a few days only - Extra X A X Shingles delivered to any part of the city at $2.25 per M. Spaulding Logging Company t I i I 111 II 1 1 II I I I4-H-14H 1 1 I I 1 1 1-Htl 1 1 l-H-4-H-t I IH I 1 I 1 1 1 II I I 1 1 1 I I Ii I I I I II II M H I HH444-f 4mt.H Ml .