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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, tf08
World of White or JUNE WHITE DAYS EVERY WHITE ARTICLE AT A REDUCED PRICE, HUNDREDS t ! OP OTHER TEMPTING SPECIALS PROM EVERY DEPARTMENT AT MONEY-SAV1NG OPPORTUNITIES. VACATION SKIRTS JUST RECEIVED A new line of Chiffon Pnnnma box .pleat effects In Navy, Brown Black, values up to 97.50 Woi'Id EMBROIDERY! SUCH AN AVALANCHE OP SNOW WHITE ELEGANCE, AN EVENT NEVER UEFOHE IN SALEM.' OWING TO OUR' BUYING FACILITIES WE HAVE JUST SECURED A SNAP IN WHITE EM BROIDERIES TOR OUR WORLD OP WHITE SALE, EDGINGS, ALLOVERS AND HANDS, VALUES UP TO 81.50 A YARD, THINK OP IT, FOR ONLY 19 i BUY ALL YOU WANT, PROBABLY NEVER AGAIN CAN WE SECURE SUCH A SAVING OPPORTUNITY FOR-OUR CUTO.Ml.K- BEE COURT STREET WINDOW MEN You can save from $5 to $10 suit Is this season's newest design $10.00 VALVES-- WORLD OF WHITE SPECIAL $12.B0 VALUES WORLD OF WHITE SPECIAL. $15.00 VALUES WORLD OP WHITE SPECIAL. $18.50 VALUES WORLD OF WHITE SPECIAL. $82.00 VALUES WORLD OF WHITE SPECIAL. $27.50 VALUES WORM) OF WHITE SPECIAL. WAtCH MONDAY'S Pfr Weather Iphouc s tonight .and Sunday. Wlien n Pnnlond Visit "Hn'.ls" new rostauront, 330 IVasli. St., oppoilte Imperial hotol. Wood Cheap One dollar per wagon load. Refuse material from state fnlr grewmdn building. Apply nt fair ground or y. A. Welch, secretary. 0-20-31. 1le Tnslmioo Cigar la a cigar of quality. You can einoUo no better brand. A homo manufacture.- , I BrlHg Your Soiled suits, Jackets and skirts to Johpson & Stege's And have them cleaned and pressed to look like now. Wo mnko a specialty of cleaning hats, and guarantee tho work. Sanitary Meats Must come from a B-anltnry mar ket. You enn nlwn.vs get that klnl from 8teusloff market. No matter what kind of weather. Phone your ordor to 321. 'ou Rave t Use Flour, and It Is J'ist ns cheap to use tho best, as It Is tp mo an in ferior brand. Wild Rose flour h tho best try It, and be convinced. fitVAWbci rles, Straw Pen If. At tho J. M. Lnwienco grocory Order for Sunday. Phono 311. Rwwball Watt Shlpp's Fall-mounts vs. Bralnnrd Cub.1, of Portland, Sunday, tho 21st, at leejcu grounds. Tho bartender? vs. lurbe's Immediately nftor this gnre Double-luador for ono price. City Knlolned A cr?w of men iif again at work on the bul'dlng on Liberty street. Judge Bura.tt having Issued a tem porary Injunction yoordny. r Ktralnlng the c!ty from Interfering with tho work, Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses were issued to Orln H. Belknap, age 41 of Chinook, Wash., And tndary V. O. Hyng, ag 3, of Saiepi, ana to uoueri .i. wa ller ago 24, and Agnes Hughes, ag 23, both of St. Paul. Garvin Dies News has been received In th? fitv nt Mia Month of Vlrcll Garvin. ' Frenno, Cal. Qarvln vjas oriirlY 7- iB836"- ' ' ' City News 30 full $4.85 and of Whlto Extra Special EMBROIDERY! a yard DISPLAY. 1 .v on n cult during' this sale. Every In tailoring and fabric. . ?7.G5 . $0.85 $11.05 13.90 $18.85 20.00 ADVERTISEMENT' the conch of the Salem High School baio ball team. He died of con sumption. Final Account County Judgo Scott has set July 27 a9 the date for hearing of tho IV.al accciut of P P. Goulet and, J (Jo E. Jonc- executors In the cb- i Ute of Christian Wobb. Eaton Hull Hld It is expected that the University will be ready to advertise for bids for tho now Eaton Hall In about ten dnys. BnsebaJI Watt Shlpps Rnlrmounts -vs. Bralnard Cubs, of Portland, Sunday, tho 2ist, at league grounds. Tho bartenders vs. barbers Immediately after this game. Double-header for ono price. i Band Concri't- I The Salem Military band will give a concert tonight, corner of Court rind Liberty streets, and ono ' In Mnrlon Squnro Sunday afternoon. o DAUGHTER OF SALEM PLAYING AT GRAND I The secret Is out. Play at the Grand in a minor pnrt with Georgia Harper, Is Leota Howard, a native daughter of Salem, who for several seasons has besn stnrrlng the Pnelflc . coast with different big companies. Suffering from a slight nervous I breakdown, Miss Howard, on tho advice of her physician, a few months ago gave up high emotional work, suoh as she was playing, but refused to entirely desert tho stage, Consequently, ns a compromise, the talented actress plays minor parts with Georgln Harper and, while ob taining a ni'ich-needed re't, Is not compell a to give up her cho&en work. It wbj tho Intention of Miss How ard to s'lp Into Snlem and out again a? qu'otly a possible to prevent nn word of her being In town from go ing abroad. But her friends discov ered her and refuse to le a native dnughter' rgoclve wich a quiet re ceptlou, - , Miss Howard3 mo.her Is Mrs E. S. Klnston o' thU city. While in her taeas, 'Miss Howard went k-) Santa Barbara, where after studying for a time, she began work on tlu stago and 't was but a bhar't while before her gsnlus wns recognized. Since then she hn btarred with many big companies among them being-the Del S. Snvnge company, tho Seward, company and the Third avenue theat:r, Seattle, stock com pany. Incidentally the 'manager of tha Hnrpor company, J. G. Harper, whlH not nn Oregonlnn by birth, regards, this as his ,homo state, owing much land in Harney county. -J. S. Foster and Dr. G. W, Gray, of Albany aro his cousins ', SklrtB, made with the largo full MARKET REPORTS BY WIRE BAY CITY MARKET QUOTATIONS ON PRODUCE AT SAN FRANCISCO AND PORT LAND LOCAL MARKET COR RECTED UP TO DATE , (United Press Lenstd Wire.) San Francisco, Jiirie 20 Wheat No. 1 California club, per cental, $1G2 1.07; whlto milling club, $1.62 i 1,07 M: J whlto AniBtrallan, $1.70 1.72; northern bluestem, $1.70 1.73 northern clilb, 'ILCi 1.07; Inferior gradej of wheat, $1.401.55. Barley No 1, fesd, $1.27 1.32, with some barley, $1.27 1.30; common to fair, $1.22" 1.23; browing at San Francisco, nominal to $1.47; Chevalier, $1.03 1.85, according to quality. Eggs Per dozen, California fresh Including cases, extras, 21 c; firsts 21c; seconds, 19c; thirds, ISc; eastern seconds, 17c. Butter per pound, California fresh, extras, 23c; firsts, 22c; seconds, 21c; packing No. 1, 21c; packing, No. 2, 20 c. wow cneeso, per pound, caili or- nla flats, fancy lie; -firsts ioc;1'.'.t,s,n,mN win seconds, 0c; California Young America, fancy, 13 c; firsts, 13c; eastern Oregon, fancy, 11 c; east ern Oregon Young Amerlcnn, fancy, 14 c; stdrnge, eastern, fancy New York, 16c; Oregpn, 14c. Potatoes -per cental, Oregon Burbnnk?, 90c $1.15; new, $1.00 1.25 boxes, 40c$1.25. , Onlbmi-'-Per crate, Bermudas, 50 65c; Australian 'brown, $3.00 3D0s reds, 6070c. Ornnges-rper box, nnvols, $2.50 mJMm imWr y Removal Day is upon us. Now is the time to look around the home and see just what you stand in need of, ,f or here is a wide variety of underpriced offerings, as distinguished for worthy quality as they are for price concessions. The home of the famous Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet, the greatest labor saver ever construct ed. See window display. No. 162, regular $65, now $55 No. 1 1 2, regular $40, now $32 No. 1 41 , regular $35, now $28 Q.-S mum BAD BLOOD "IWore nrelbrsftnMnlnBn'fftf'I'iTlindnhA' iiiiliiUi mi uiv Cure, liiul inV fooil r tl in It MiouM Imvo licn. Now I mn mi 1 com pinion tah not JttltlnlH mcritc vrdl.nn tl tlioplmttics Imvonlldllnpjicnrcdfrommy Hutu uuni. a.w.y i mi .-un.vtj fnc. I enrt j tiaUvtrtlK-U nv Mliuiy inviiini iriscnrcn nro gn iltinvotnkenoiilytwoiioxMOith' oiinxfuoiinein. uiareuco id Ufium. oueri-nii, i nu. Best For r jr Theuoweis The Dowels CANDY CATHARTIC Plitit PUtll. rntnt,TitOn(.i. Do Hood KTrlckn. WriHtrn nrOrlpe. He -to Ms.KtTti aid In tiulki Tli" eiinln tnlilrl Mntnlieil 0 0 0. OiirnMtfnl to cure or )rnm ti)in lnoc Sterling kemeJy Co., Chic? go or N.Y. Coo ANNUAL SALE, TEK MILLION BOXES 3.75; fancy valenclas, $3.5,0; "Medi terranean BweotB, fancy, $2.50 2.75. Ml.i:.M MAHKKT Ihm'iiI Wholesale Mnrkrt. 'Eggs 10 c. Butter Crenm.ry 25c. Cows $3 3.50. to,. Hens 9c; young chlokenB, 12c. . Local wheat S590c. Ottts $1.45. Barley $25. Flour Hard wheat, $4.50 4.80. Ptlley, $4.00. i Hay Cheat, $13 14; cloVer", $3 9 per ton; timothy, $14T15. Onions 3c. Hops 1907 crop, 44c. Cascara Bark 3 to 3c. . Mohair ISc. ' BORN. WALTON To Mn and Mrs. James Walton, of Tillamook, Or., Thurs day, Juno 18, 1908, a 9-pound son. Mrs. Walton is n daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fawk of this city. o The first game between tho Capi tols and the Professionals of tho Salem Twilight baseball league, re sulted disastrously for tho state houso starB, the Professionals min ings by a score of 14 to 3. Stieikcnr Riots in 'Fi'lsco. (t'nlttil Prcsi l.cnel Wlre.t ' San Francisco, Juno 20.Threo men wero scrlous'V 'and tfcrhnpo fatally Injured In n riot nt Market and Sixth street this nftornoon be tween tho ,non-unlQn crow of a streetcar and a crowd of passenger1?. Furniture Bargains Alive and awake, come into the store and note the bustle. Some thing of interest is going on and should appeal to you, for our great Removal Sale is now in full swing and prices are at their lowest. All over the store you will find them first rate goods offered at second rate prices so that we shall have as near as possible cSear decks before New and Second HandGoods A trnrul (3na tVtllltrA In!) ll .. " -?-- -y, practical purposes ns g00(1 . cheap. Al o wood stoves both new and second hand ' w. tA u,.,.,. r ,Vh AN fit, tfitflt. to fit any purse. We have a good .line of new ,U d we nro selling cheap, but they nro not chimp ntnff V"1 0. L. McPEEK, 170 S. Commercial Appeal Filed Notice of appeal has been filed In the cose of B. E. Miller vs. Maria Walker, administrator for tho estate of Carl Walker, deceased. Tho ap peol lj from the decision of tho Mar lon county court, rendorod on Mav 2G, In favor of tho plaintiff and agnlnst Mrs. Walker, for the sum of $235 for nn allowance, in a claim against tho estato. AhUh Extension Carey F. Martin, attorney for tho administrator In tho estate of John Lynch, has filed a motion for nn ex tension of 40 days. on the time al lowed by lnw for tho filing of tho appralsemont, , Mhrrfmia Licenses Marriage licenses havo been Is sued to Bonnie B. Kclley, ngo 30, and MUlio L. Work, ngo 20, both of Mil) City, and to B. II. Ling, ngo 23, and Pearl A. Shelley, ngc 23, both of Snlem. Piivs EvnnilnnHoii'' Ab n result of the second eighth grndo examination hold yesterday, 43 p'jplls out of 78 successfully pass ed tho test. Mmtln Principal William H Martin, of Albany, hns boon elected principal of tho Jcffo--son high tcliool. Ron vd Returns Home :Jlss Lizzie Cornelius of Turner, and Albert Frott or Woodburn, members of tho eighth grndo exam lng bonrd, returned to their respec tive homes last evening. Fit you up for the outing senson with tent ni ? MONEY TOlS 'Norwich Union P Insarancc Socletv t rank Meredith, neddeai Age J Offlco with Wa. Brown ft (Ti. 20 Gommni-ni.i 8L'' -... DiiL-Cl, NEW TODA? I rn..t. .t Zl . 'H , ......,u t unce From $ioo i, $500, tho best of collateral wear Hy to offer. Address Q-lO.w ""' mce. g.,' Wood Cl.i'aii One dollar p8r J, loan, nefuso material from iSS fair grounds buildings. AJpK fnlr grounds or p. a. Welch, h" rotiry. 6-20-3t Every Hous wife m. SiASSiA ?K. H M-Mfmtt. R.fcT:.lB!Tr il-.iiiT; 2 " M WW- h. HmiJirfZ,T-1 '."J, CONTINENTAL SICItC.lNTItK 0)Jl. PANY, 700 EAST TUT.VTV. FIRST KTItMTr, CHlIVIJXXi; WYO., OK.Vi:HAL AQK.NT3. ISA MMW'