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DAILY OAWTAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY, JUNE 22. J00p
m C9f i aMMM uMgMuBBMMBnWHaMMMMnMaHV''WuiiHiiiiuiii i ii ...i. ..i.. . .... ....- .,. mM wrmmmmmmmm rWPM Wp&f v. w 32 ' V i 1 1 1 1 mily ! tftBW INNHJft ' f 9 XJWML,FV "- n j OW IS THE REST TIME OF ALL THE YEAR TO RUY WHITE GOODS. ALL DEPART- IMENTS WHERE ANYTHING AVH1TE IS SOLD ARE IN WHITE ATTIRE. ALL STOCKS OP WHITE GOODS RAVE REEN DOUBLED, TREBLED, AND PRICES ARE MUCH RELOW REGU LAR. THE SLUMP IN THE COTTON MARKET AND TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE, MONEY STRINGENCY RY RELIEVING SEVERAL MANUFACTURERS OF SURPLUS STOCK AT RE MARKARLE CONCESSIONS ENABLES US TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS HUNDREDS OF MONEY SAVING OPPORTUNITIES. Vacation Skirts Wo hnvo Just received n Bwell now line' of Chiffon Panama Skirts, Inrgc and full, box plent effects. All are Jii3t good walking lengths, colors nro blue, brbwn and blnck, and would regularly sell for ?7.G0; owing to their late arrival, we have placed them on sale for your choice $4.88 Serpentine Crepe 30-inch wido in a now assortment of beautiful floral designs and dainty colorings for KimonaB, house dresses and extra good values-- 20c yard HOSIERY WE HAVE ON DISPLAY BLACK AND TAN LACE HOSE OF VEHY CHOICE PATTERNS A N D SHADES AT AN EXTRA GOOD VALUE. 3 pairs for $1 . ALL WHITE HOSE AT WHITE SALE PRICES W. B. CORSETS IN RROKEN SIZES AND STYLES TO CLOSE, SELECT YOUR SIZE NOW AND SAVE FROM 25 TO BO PER CENT. Silk Petticoats Your choice of gonulno high grade taffeta silk petticoats in a large assortment of colors, stripes, checks and plnids, as a saving from 10 t 50 Ior edit. Special Sale No. 385 For our Wednesday Surprise Sale we offer a lino of cool and com fortablo tnllored and white shirt waists. Three different distinct styles, pleated nnd embroidered effects, values thnt usually sold for $1.25 and $1.50. Your choice Wednoiday Only QQr ON SALE AT 8:30. OlC No Phono Orders Received. Summmer Silks and Dress Goods in plain and fancy weaves; white silks, Voiles, Eolines, Henriettas, Crepes, brilliatines and PanamaB. World of White Prices Ladies' Knit Underwear Jn vests, drawers, union suits, combination suits, trimmed with delicate laco at World of White Savings. Children's White Lace Hose at White Sale Prices EMBROIDERY Such an avalanche of biiow white elegance, an event never before in Salem. An event probably never again in Salem. Buy all you want. Edgings, Bands, All-Overs, Bead lugs, etc., Values to $1.G0 a yard, Your choice 1 9c yard High Grade Muslin Underwear Trimmed with dainty laces, choice embroidery, bands, beading and tucked effects ThlB U positively tho best offer of gowns, corset cov ers, petticoats, drawers, chemiees, etc., we have ever mado at a sav ing of One-fourth Snap Brim Sailors . The newest New York novelty n M.n'H iiv,n,, .. ubxantlnlly woven out ot cnoto trw nd 1m XxM? ' ' down over the eyes. Tho coming o tbla new Arli , m i ta ' w by nmny. The rlra turns down mid ,hae. the eve, 7'' ,t"i Sf'sfyTesi!8"' ' ""w ' SSt, ftft, Jjj White Sale Prices mien, you i.an bave From $5.00 to $10.00 on your summer siit by buying now. Wo hnv i.ini spring and summer suit of this season's newest J Xi0IlHSaIe,,eT fabrics. Remember wo make clothing on a dry boo ft L n " Jt00' we reduce the price from 10 to 15 per ccn? It Xa AmHn elsewhere. Also, World of Whito Specials on ihlWi !?.BOiP.?r Mnt underwear, hosiery, handkerchiefs, straw lmts, etc. ' Whlle lle' New Department-New Annex Cotton and Wool Blankets winter31 ntdUCCd PrlCC8' ndv,8 bu',B n for vacation and I57il tan or Rtvy Special , , 10-1 tan or jrey Special 10-1 wlilto World of White . . . 11-1 white, with pink or bluo htVlpe 1 Special 111-1 uhlto, pink or blue- htrJpe, ovteu heavy npcciai , 30d G05 78J 7S6 Just received n full line of Comforts from OCc to J9.G0. Second floor S2.25 12 BARS OF THE CHOICEST TOILET SOAP, 25 CENTS ijJe&y&UQ&o-i City News fygfg: $2&ysrr iffleVGK4 ffi?fef?62& Mi Weather Fair tonight; Tuesday fair nnd wanner. When In Portlnnd ViBlt "Halls" now restnurnnt, 330 Wash, St., opposite Imperial hotel, . Wood CheaiH One dollnr por wagon load. Refuse material from state fair grounds building. Apply at fair grounds or F. A. Welch, secretary. . C-20-3t. Two M"J Arrested A fight on State street Saturday, which grew out of an argument be tween John O'Meara and W. B. Lov el, resulted in tho arrest of the two men. They were taken to the city Jail by Chief Gibson, where they will tarry for the next few days, i Married at Salem Bennie B. Kolley nnd Nellie L, Work, of Mill City, wro married on Saturdny by Judge Webster, Set Aside Property Judge Scott Saturday Issued or ders Betting aside the exempt prop erty In tho estate of J. E. Hammond, deceased, for tho u60 of the widow, and authorized Q. W. Hubbs, the nd mlnlstrntor, to pay $30 per month to Mrs. Hammond, also to sell the JJbrary ana certain natures left uy Mr, Hubbs, Marriage Permit A mnrrlage license was Issued on Saturday to F, B. Martin, aged 24, and Hnttio May Ross, age IS, both of Salem. Jtnhbctf a Stoat? An unknown burglar entered tho paint store of Charles A. Bor! on Liberty street late Friday night, and after ransneking the desk aud cash drawers, Anally got away with $1.50. The store was entered through the back door. The thief left no clruo Jrom which tho police can work. Talked to Farmers The meeting of the Buttevllle farmers last Saturday was attended by Dr. Wlthycomb of tho Oregon Agricultural College, and Fruit In spector Armstrong. Both men spoke at tho meeting, and ndvised the farmorB of that section to go Into tho fruit raising and dairy business. Professionals T.wo men who gave their names ns Anderson nnd Palmer were arrested Saturday night for begging. Fourth of July Notice The business men of Salem, are requested to meet at the board of trade rooms at- 8 o'clock tonight with tho Fourth of July committee for tho purpose of deciding what hour to close their places of business on July 4, to permit their employes to take part in one of the greatest demon strations over taken place In Salem. It, It. Commission in Portland The railroad commission is In Portland today hearing the case on the application of the Oregon Elec trio Railway company for n suspen sion of demurrage. Confirms Sale Judge Scott this morning issued an order confirming- the sale of the real property in 'the estate of George Harwath, deceased, to William Scol lard, Baud Conceit Sunday Tho Salem Military band delighted a largo number of music-lovers with some excellently rendered selections In Marian Snunre Sunday afternoon. The weather wa- fine and Salem' pretty girls In summer gowns weco much In evident. IF YOU ARE DISAPPOINTED OCCASIONALLY WHEN YOP ANSWER A WANT AD., DO NOT LKT THEM MAKE YOU A PES SIMIST ABOUT WANT ADS. FOIt ONE CF THESE LITTLE ADS. WILL BRING YOU A CAR GO OF .MONEY ONE OF THESE DAYS. MOST OF THE JOBS, NOWA DAYS, GO TO THE PEOPLE WHO ADVERTISE AND WHO WATCH AND ANSWER THE Al. ? Marriage License A mnrrlage license was Issued this moining to Enrl G. Dedrlck, ago 21, of Portland, and Miss Luella M. fcralth, ago 18, of Sllverton. Always Givt' A homo product the preference when its as good as any other. Ap ply this rule to Wild Rose flour an! you will bo a steady purchaser of that brand. It Pays to Buy The best meat. Steusloff Bros sanitary market furnishes only tho best at right prices. Phone 321. Tho Best Grocery Store In Salem is on the corner of Com mercial and Ferry streets. J, M. Laurence, proprietor, believes in sat isfied customers. Phone order 311. Farmers Complain Farmers and fruit men complain bitterly at the delay in repairing the big bridge. The crew laid off yes terday, and the ferry can take but two teams at a time. Large strings of teams are waiting for the ferry. The contractor should bo required to put on two crews, and let traffic through as soon as possible. Electric Rnto Cases Judge Galloway held court thin afternoon and Jbsued an order con tinuing the present rnte on the Port land General Electric to Oak Grove nnd Milwnukle, pending an appeal lo tho supreme court. Hound Over The case of the state vs. Blanchard charged with assaulting a young "woman, wns heard before Justice Webster, and a3 the young woman's testimony sustnined the charge, he was bound over to the grand JTry. ATTORNEY GENERAL PASSES ON NEW LAW Attorney General Crawford had received a letter from J. M, palton of Burns, newly elected treasurer of Harney county, inquiring as to the date when the county treasurer elect ed at the last general election shall assume the duties of his office under the constitutional araendme,nt voted, on the same election'. The letter was written after read ing n newspaper article which con tended that ns the newly elected offi cer could not Bhow that he wbb elect ed prior to tho adoption of the con stitutional amendment, ho could not tnke his seat until January 1. Attorney General Crawford gives as his opinion that the office of coun ty treasurer does not come under tho hend of those offices affected by tho amendment, nnd thnt Dalton should assumo the duties of his office Jn; July. DEATH OF MRS. JOHN HOLMAN. Mrs. Jennie Weeks Holman of this city died after severe and protracted suffering nt her home, 434 High St., Sunday afternoon at 1:30, aged C7 y3rs, surrounded by her husband children and grand-children. She wos one of the plonser3 and best known women of thh city, having come here In 18C7, two yearB aftor I her husband located here, coming from Ontario. She was born Jn Lon don, England, Mnrch, lS41,wasmar ried to John B. Holman at London, Ontario, July 3, 1801, where two . children were born, one Walter J. who resides in Snn Francisco. At Salem two daughters were born, Mrj, iVictor'a Lunn, nnd Mrs. Geo. Meyer. She was a devout member of the Episcopal church all her life. The funeral service will be held Wednes day at 3 p. m. at the family resi dence, but the Interment will be pri vate. A sketch of her life and character will appear later. o PERSONAL Dr. J. C. Clay and daughter, Mis? Ida Bell, of Pomona, Cal will arrive thU eve to visit Dr. and Mrs. H. C Clay. Dr. Clay, accompanied by his wife, went to Portland this mornJng to meet his father and sister, who wll', arrive by steamer. They will all leave Wednesday for a two weeks outing at tho coast. Frank Swnyne and Robert Braedc. owners of the Edlsonla Nlckelodlon, left for Portland this morning to see about improving their picture service. H. E. Klrby of Portland is stop ping at the Willamette nnd will be in the city for a month demonstrating the new Studebaker car which he brought up with him. Mrs. P. A. Thomas has gone to Portland for a visit, while her hus tiand goes to Newport to attend the Grand Army encampment. Mnnnger Deckabnch, of the Salem Brewery association, went to Ger vais this morning, o Goodo Out Councilman J. F. Good? today took his first out-doqr walk sinco ho was shot two weeks ago by Ben Stan ton. o DIG GUNS BOOM ON PUGET SOUND (United rrcs r.encl Wire.) ' Senttle, June 22. Tho nnnnnl pract'ee with the mortar guns at Forts Worden, Casey and Flagler, protecting tho entrance to Puget Sound, is being held today. Tomor row the coast artillery companies at tho three big sound forts will spend tho day In shooting the big disap pearing rifles. Tho entire work will be given over to tho annual field ex ercises. E'gbt Seattle officers of tho nntlonal guard will spend a week with the regulars In their camps nnd wltness.the work of the soldiers. ' ' -G FEAR SAILOR VICTIM OF FOUL PLAY fUnlted Press Looted Wtre. Snn Francisco, Juno 22. Tho po lice are today trying to find the rob bers who killed James W. Tracey, a coal passer on the U, S. Connecticut and threw the body off the highest point of Telegraph hill. Tho position of the tnllor's body and the fracture on the skull indicates that he ww probably killed for his month's pay, which he had with him, and then thrown off the cliff. Ho was a native of Fall River, Mass., and had been In the navy but a year. i - o .... MANY KILLED IN LOUISIANA TRAIN WRECK (Unlted Trees Leased Wire.) Baton Rouge, Lai, Juno 22. Sev eral are reported killed and many injured today in a wreck on the Bat on Rouge Eastern railroad. State Representative Jones is said to bo among the dead. Several state sena tors and representatives were In jured. Specific details are lacking. n WK I LOAN MONEY TO TH03. K. FOR? Over Ladd & Bu'h's Dank, Salem, Or Norwich Union FJre Insurance Society Frank Meredith, ncIdent h& Office with Win. Drown k Co., N 29 Commercial street. . NEW TODAY Wailful at Once From 1100 t $500, the best of coiiaiersi Ity to offer, nal office. Address G 10, Josr- Ml-tr- Wood Cheap One dollar p JJ loan. Refuse material from J J fair grounds bulldlngi. y fair grounds or F. A, Welcb. 6-203""" retary. 111 - Wanted Middle aged UjrjLjJ German Bakery for pW" ?w and assist in tendh j ij gj quire at store, I2tb y,e.jt w 1 Every Housew &w jam?? ,.,n4XTlLEC0 COXTlNE-VrAii ."- TWEIiTl- summer JHB iJ! jrvHK Judgo Lawjor today dismissed th P&2a: indictment charging Tirey L. Fordfc KgsSU W hend counsel for the United RaU'i SF?j!j2iS roadsjn San Francisco, with bribery,! , CTkjg-C1 on the ground that he was once acnu, nwn quitted on the eame charge.