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Famous Nettleton Shoes "The Shoe of a Gentleman"
BSue Ribbon White Event and June White bales
Unprecedented Value Giving of
Women's Tailor'd Suits and Wraps
From past records which show a heavy increase over
last year's business and In anticipation of a heavy In
cre"a8o;'ln ihjj ftfll business, wo. havo decided to dispose of
every aulc'and"wrap In the women's ready-to-wear sec
tion -regardless of tho makers' cost or former prlcec. We
will, need all' the room available for Iho heavy fall pur-
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chases and to make this room wo originated the Mako-
Room Sale, which mot with approval from hundreds of
"customers 'who' have Jakon advantage of our truo moflts
and genuine value-giving".1 All this season's latest ap-
proved styles classed Into tkre6 lots and priced as fol
lows. Tako advantage. ' , '
$28 to $50 Tailored Suits .
. , Ma(e-Roorn Special Prjce.
$20, to $25 Tailored Suits
Make-Room Special Price-.
$14 to $27 Tailored Suits
Make-Room Special Price.
485th Wednesday Surprise Sale
Tho Waist 8octlon oftors nsurprlso Indeed to
Wednesday's shoppers. Ono hundred cholco dain
ty samplo lingerie waists, laco and ombroldory
trimmed, open down tho front. Not ono In tho
lot that Is not worth $1.50. Como today, plclc
out tho ono you want, and tho prlco
will bo only. 08
Nono sold beforo 8:30. No phono or mall orders
Women's Driving Gauntlets and
Motor Gloves Now Ready
We've been urged by many women to buy this
special lino of gloves and now announce their
'readiness for out-door recreation. The colors
aro tan, brown, grny and black, all sizes of each
of tho following prices:
$1-25, $1-50. $175 and $2-50 a pair,
Now Is tho tlnio to buy before tho assortment
becomo broken. See display. Glove Counter.
Chantcler and Middy Blouses for Girls-Blue Ribbon Special
Low Price of 98c Each
Long Pongee Coats Reduced 25 Per Cent in Price
Slightly Soiled Waists now 1-3 and 1-2 Price
Cherry Fair July 7-8-9. You'll Be Glad You Came.
$t )jc SC- Sj jC SC jC 55 ?jc 5fc 9fi jC jjc
QHaon's barber ohop,
GJlaca'a cigar storo
GJlson's baths operi nil day Sunday
Miss Cowlcs Still liCrtds
Miss Nolllo Cowlcs continues to
load in tho contest for queen ot tho
Chorry fair. Hor voto is now 405.
Tho noxt highest la Miss Mary Ec
korlln with a voto of 377.
Purchased Two Tracts
Henry E, Garbo, recently from St.
Paul, Minn., has Just purchased two
tracts near Fairflold, ono of 80' acre3
and ono ot throo ncros. Ho has
movod on tho larger placo with his
family and will grow poaches, pota
toes and logan berries. Derby &
WUson closed tho deal.
A Slx-Wccks' Visit
D. W. Eyro, wffo nnd daugktor
leave tomorrow for an oxtonded trip
East. Thoy will visit Mr. Ey.ro's old
homo in Illinois, nnd will atop at all
of tho principal cltjos pn tho way.
Thoy will roturn by tho Canadian Pa
cific nnd visit Mr. Eyre's brothor at
Mooso Jaw, Saskatchewan. This will
bo a plousuro trip from start to llnlsli
and will last for six weaka.
Pupils Secure Certificates
Certificates have bean awarded
tho pupils who secured an avorage
of 90 per cout In tho recent county
spoiling contoat. Thosa awnrdod cos
tlllcntcs are: KonnetU Mooree, Em
ma May, Graco Molloncop, Marguor-
ito Cook,, Alice welch," Aunio Wlhvnt,
TJIrdeep Moyera. .fiutah Woods. Au
brey Jones, Arabic Smith, Dorothy
Krwln, Earl Homnn, Ousslo Nlloa,
Bar! Woods, Mary Shutte.
To Participate Ju Man Hint
Warden, Curtis, at tho stato ponl
t,outlary, left Inst evonlng for Lake
county, to paryclpato in tho man
hunt for Ika HArrolJ, the murderer
ot Horbort and Waltor Newell near
Lakevlew. Ho took with him tho
prison blood hounds and was to bo
sin tho hunt from Lakevlow upon
tils arrival thoro last night.
SMITH WANTS EGOS.
Wo will pay a roljow for flrst
dasa produce. Ship by express;
Live Hens , ...18q
I4vo spring cuiokons , . . .
pound SOo to S3Ko
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intANK I. IW'Xll MRAT CO
'PlglUlnR tho Ilea Trui,
McArthur to Deliver Address
Hon. O. N. McArthur, prlvnto sec
retary to Govornor Bonson, has ac
cepted an invitation to deliver tho
address on Indopondonco day at
Merely a Suggestion.
Oh! Noblo Oonsorlpt Fathers
When you moot again tonight
To shed soino oratory, nnd
Likowlso somo rays of light;
Let mo offer a suggestion
That may conserve-your tlmo,
And Justify my butting in
To your affairs in. rhyme.
About that boll on Center stroot
And its uncoasing din,
Assnsslnntlng, Silence nnd
Provoking words of Sln-r-Don't
bother with an ordlnanco
Or worry tho S. P.
About inaugurating gatps,
Dut tako a hunch front mo.
Don't rosoluto or ordlnato.
Don't whoroas, and don't swear
Or wasto your timo In! argument,
Or wasto it worso-r-ln 'prayer;
Dut if you'd stop its clanging and
Put all tho nolso to rout
Sond Murphy up with orders Just
To tako tho clappor out.
J. H. Oradlobaugh.
A SPLENDID ItKOlTAL.
College of Music Dul(gli(H Large
Audience With Splendid Program.
Tho College of Music hold its
commencement reoitnl last evening
beforo a crowded houso nt tho First
Mothodlst ohuroh. Tho program
was lengthy, hut for nil that it did
not havo a dry or unlnteroating
uumbor, and It woe enjoyed In full
by tho largo crowd,
Tho rocltal was pronounced by
thosa attending it na being superior
to that given last year. Thoro was
a marked improvement in the urtU
tia nnd technical work of the stu
dents, nnd also in tho oxprosslon or
shading and feeling, and tho execu
tion was markod with a brllllanuy
seldom evidenced nt a recital of that
CltOWUS OF visitors.
(Continued from IflBO 1.)
After Roosevelt has been properly
welcomed he will tako luncheon ut
tho home of . hla brother-in-law,
Douglass RoblnsQp, with Robinson.
Senator Lodge, RqprMftntatlvo Long
worth, hi son-in-law, nnd other per.
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Dufur plans the biggeet horse aud
fruit fair for next full tf tluy
have ever had, and that ie foin
STRIKERS WILL ATTEMPT TO
'OLOSIC THE RAKER IROX
WORKS T O X I G II T -1- LACKV
(JOMPANV IS RUNNING, RUT
Los Angoles, Calif., Juno 15.
Tho striking metal workers will at
tempt tonight to oloso tho Baker
Iron worka, ono of, tho largest estab
lishments, In southern - California,
according to a statement toduy by
George Gunroy, ono of their leaders
Gunroy declared that prnctlcally
every machinist, boiler makor and
moldor at tho Bakor works will quit
toirght. lib predlotod that the
doors of tlu) concern would bo closed
boforo tho ond of tho weok.
Bocauso of defections during the
Inst two days loss than a dozon man
nr.Q'luft nt work nt tho Lacoy Iron
works, the union londors say.
Tho manager for tho Lacoy conv
pnny Insists that more than 100 men
still nro at work, but admits that
tho oflloloncy of the plant has boen
Impaired by tho deeortlons.
Union onlclnls today bognn the
distribution of funds sont here by the
labor un'ons of San Francisco. They
claim they have enough funds
ready on hand to care for the strik
ers for nt least three months.
Tho Llewellyn Iron works rofuaed
to permit their men to lonvo tho
plant nt tho noon hour today, bo
cause of noon meetings planned,
tho strikers. The men were com
pellod to oat their lunches In the
Aboard Steamship Kalaerlne, Au
gust Vlotorin, Juno 1 a. Colonel
Roosevelt spent part ofhls day la
visiting tho stoke hold or tho steam
ship, whero ha chatted with the
stokers. The colonel replaced ono
ot tho stokers for a tlmo and sent
sovernl shovolfu'g of ooaj into one
ot the furnnooe. At the conolus'on
of his visit ho shook hands with tha
grimy men and ascended to his quar
ters. Lator Roosevelt formally received
the first and seooiul elnea paaengM
E. M. Rand, of Vancouver, was n
visitor In the city yestorday.
Mr. and Mrs. JL C. McAllister re
turned yestorday from a visit of sev
eral days in Portland.
Hon. C. N. McArthur returned
last evening from Corvallis, where
ho attended tho quarter-centennial
celebration of tho Oregon Agricul
turo College as the representative Of
Stato Superintendent of Public In
struction Ackerman is back from
Corvallio wherp Iio attended the
quarter-contennlal celebration of the
Oregon Agriculture College.
Miss Palmer and Miss Fleming
leave today for thedr summer vaca
tion. Thoy will stop at -Portland to
hear Maud Adams, then go to Now
port. Earnest Dennlson goes to Eastern
Washington for his summer vaca
tion. Married Tills Morning. ,
"Roy Mulllnlx and Elizabeth Mar
garet Brockner were united in mar
riage in the city today, nnd tho cou
ple left this forenoon for Portland,
whero they will spend their honey
moon. The marriage occurred at tho par
sonage of tho Unitarian church and
tho ceremony was performed by
Rov. Bandy. ' It was witnessed only
by immediate relatives and a few of
Iho intimate friends of tho contract
ing parties. Both of tho contracting
parties have hosts of friends in the
city who will wish them happiness
They will bo at hom.e to friends
The Journal force has an especial
interest in this wedding for several
reasons. First, they are all Just
naturally good friends of the
groom's and then, tho Journal press
man, W- W. Kuntz, was "best man"
on the occasion, and that la tho next
best thing to having a wedding of
one of tho force. Tho Journnl boys
aro sincere in tholr wishes for the
happiness of tho young couple, for
they want to retain .theirfaith in
their pressman as bolng a mascot
rather than a hoodoo.
WOULD BORN OIL
TO PREVENT FIRES
'ONITUD mESS UML3ED WIRE.
Olympla, Wash., June 15. Let
ters have been 'addressed to officials
of 10 railroads operating in this
State by tho state railroad comiuls
slon, asking them to offer sugges
tions ns to, the (Jate for holding a con
ference to discuss tho. question of In
stalling oil burners on locomotives
oh their 'lines.
The Mllwaukeo road already is
burning oil on' part of it's llnesjind
the Northern Pacific has Installed
oil burners on somo of its switch en
gines. The proposed conferonco will
bo hold In Tacoma or Senttlo and
tho -matter of eliminating to as
groat an extent ns possible the dan
ger of forest fires from locomollve'3
will bo d'scusBcd.
Tho commission Is j'n recolpt of
loftors from D. P. Simons, Jr., chlof
flro wnrdbn of the Washington forest
flro nssoc'atlon In which It Is urged
to tako stops toward calling such a
conforonco. It Is stated that In Now
York locomotives oporatlng ovor the
Adirondack mountains ai'e required
to use oil burnors from April 15 to
October 15 and .the suggestion thni
such nn nrrnngomont hero Is offorod.
DfUTEII 1'IIESa UCASEO lv.inu.
Twin Falls, Ida.,. Juno 15. Tho
body of C. E. Boll, a wo'.l known
miner In this reg'on, who plungod
Into the mouth of an oxtlnct volcano
crater near the headwaters of the
Bruneau river, and fell 800 foot to'
h.'s death was brought horo for bur
Boll's body was recovered several
days ago by follow minors from Jnr
brldgo, after thoy had risked their
lives In descending Into the steep
BoM with a party of prospectors
arrived at the crater In February.
He started to oross over the
mouth of tho crater on a heavy bank
ot ice, beedleea of his companions'
Ho had proceeded but a few fe-t
whon tho bank caved and Bell with
a terrible cry dlsanpoorod.
There had been as number of at
tempts prev'ously to recover Bell'a
A number of Salem men havo
atxiuaje te them that aeweoo lae W
Tho Glidden Auto Tour.
ItiniTRD rucaa UAREn wiu.1
Loufsvillo. Ky., Juno 15. Tho au
tomobiles onterod in tho sevonth nn
nunl Glldden tour, resumed tholr
Journey hero, today. Nineteen cars
, of tho 25 entered havo perfect
I Today's run of 193 miles will take
thorn, to Nashville. Tennn this even
ing. They plan to reBh Bewllug
Green, Ky.. about noon.
Lucky, or did you always have to work for what you got.
In cither case, read the. following, and you will profit by
it if you act.
Large modern 6-roo,m house ,all trje-roorjisf, ate large,,.hot
''and cold water, lavatory cabinet kitchen,semen"tiJ'furnace,'
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, lot 30x157, House shingled and has. large porch r TwbJacks
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
Room 5 McComack Building. Phone 96
FOR SALE First class newspaper
folding machine 4-6-8-10 or 11
pages folded at once up to a full
sized 7 column paper. Cheap it
taken soon. Speed 1800 to 2000
per hour. Inquire Journal Salem,
FIRE PROOF SAFES Large as
sortment, now and secondrhand.
Also vault doors. Call or write
for prices today. Portland Safe
Co., Agts. Genuine Hall Safe.
87 Cth St., Portland, Ore.
FOR SALE A first class sldo spring
buggy, ono seat, In A No. 1 condi
tion; reasonable price. Call at
Journal office. C-9-tf
AN ESTABLISHED REAL ESTATE
' Concern wants a good, reliable
man or assoclato man, who Is fa
miliar with tho people and prop
erties in Marlon and Polk counties.
Address confidentially "R. J).," P.
O. Box. 364, Salem.' G-14-5t
I HAVE OFFICE On ground floor
in good location, will share with
or without desks. Apply P. O.
Box 354. . 6-14-tf
"OH SALE Several houses in 8a
lera. and farm lands at a bargain,
uapltal National Bank. O-leod
HOT WATER In ono minute and
see demonstration at H. H. Hunt
er's olectric epply house. Agent3
No Infringement of Patent.
New York, June 15. Pending
trial of tho suits filed by Orville and
Wilbur Wright, to protect their aer
oplane rudder pantents ngalnsj. al
loged Infringements by Louis Pnul
han nnd Glenn H. Curtlss,. tho tem
porary Injunction obtained by the
plaintiffs will be vacated, according
to a decision of tho United States cir
cuit court of appeals. Tho court held
that tho Infringement was not clear
ly enough established to warrant a
Fire Insurance Society
Frank Meredith, resident Agent
Room 13 Bush Bnnk Blk. Snlenj, Or
MONEY TO LOAN
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Ot
LOT GCxllO; Two blooks from State
house, ?900. Easy payments.
Lot, Miller and Saginaw; $650; ex-i
ccllont buy. !
Lot 50x200 on 24th St.; ?10 down,
balance 5 per month.
Lot In Hlghlnnd Avq.J 110 down, ?j
Lot, 40x160, half block of stato
Lot, Thirteenth nnd Center streets,
$1050. A good buy.
Excellent lot on 23d street. $225:
$10 down; $5 per month.
Terms can bo had on all ot the
See SSnTILGILLlNGHAM CO.
Room S, McCornack Bids.
Vhone 06 or 1023
I am clvinc a creat reduction in nrlces' on broken lots of i-
ladles' and children's' shoes. I am selling
Ladles' welt Oxfords, regular ?3.50, now ?2'.50 "
Ladies' patent Oxfords, regular $3.25, now $2.2?
Children's canvass Oxfords, regular $1.50, now 75o
Children's kid Oxfords, regular $1.40, now. ... 05c
Children's high top, regular $1.00, now . ., 50c
Before buying elsewhere come in and look over'thes3 bar- '
gains. ' ; - ,
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22Q lIbrth Commercial Street
There is a brilliancy which attracts the eye for a mo
ment both in people and gems, There is brilliant
quantity which has also depth and genuine worth,
Our diamonds, suitable for bridal gifts, or for your
personalise, possess the brilliancy which attracts
and have, too, intrinsic worth of unvarying value, A
good investment a pleasing gift,
Self-Filling Fountain Pen
now solas on. Drop in and let ns demonstrate
to you the superior advantages of the Conklin.
Self-filling, self-cleaning. None of the bother
nnH nnnornnce so common with other fountain
oens. No separate filler required. - o
Don't miss seeing movable fidures In window.
Unique, Interesting, amuslnd
Corner Stale and Liberty
CARE FOR THE LINEN
Wo make a specialty of launder
ing the finest fabrics and table
linens. Clones are not worn out
with machinery. All work called
for and delivered. Work guaran
teed. Your patronage solicited.
Highland Hand Laundry
HS Current Av. Phone 403
Huie Wing Sang Co.
BIG STOCK OF GOODS AT VERY LOW PRICES
We make up wrappers, kimonas, waists
and white underwear. All kinds of
Gents' and Ladies' Furnishing Goods
$2.GQ night gowns, sale $1.S0
$3.25 white underskirts,
Wrappers, 50c, 75c, $1. $1.50
$3.00 kimonas, salo ....$1.25
$6.50 silk kimonas, sale $6.00
$2.00 waists, sale $1.25
$3.75 waists. aU $2.50
$2.00 union suits, sale.. $1.25
$9.00 trunks, sale ....$6.50
Silk goods 25c, 35c 50c to $1
15c a yard goods, sale ..10c
4Sc fancy dress goods, sale 30c
$1,11 silk senrf, salo 7Sc
SSe( fcoe, sale 26c
$3.00 gents' pnU, sale $2.21
45c Undershirts, sal ....30c
Chinese and Japanese Bazaar
235 N. Commercial Street
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