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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SAoKM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1010.
Mum. Stops Perspiration Odor, 25c Box Notion Counter
that tho bonds of matrimony existing
between them bo dissolved on tho
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During this Hot Weather we Are
Offering Extraordinary Values
In Summer Wearings. July Sale in
AH Departments-Summer Dresses and Linen Suit Sale Enthusiasm
Grows, Do You Wonder? Summer Styles Reduced 20 to 50 0
Women cannot afford to make summer dresses when ipeso aro clearing for about tbo cost of materials,
and besides this, warm, weather calls for sheer light dresses. These Suits and Dresses aro made In the
numerous styles that havo been In domand this season. Somo aro plain tailored, others are elaborately
trimmed, with laces, tucks, cluster tucks, and oven others nro handsomely hand embroidered. Women
aro especially Invited to look over, heso warm weather wearings. Reduced from
250 to SO Per Cent in Price
492 Wednesday's Surprise Sale
Silk Mulls, Benzi Silks, Etc.,
Values Up To 65c A Yard, 19c
This Is an Important announcement and should
recolvo tho attention of shrewd buyers. Wo ex
pect to closoout every yard at this low price.
Thoro Is a largo assortment of dainty colorings
and choice patterns to chooso from. Regu
lar values ujp to 65c a yard, on sale tomor
row only oUho special low' prlco, yard....X9
No Phono Orders received.
Men's , Summer Suits Reduced
Distinctive smart styles, different from ordinary
store clothes. They aro mado from all wool fa
brics and . designed by America's best designers.
Ask to sco our Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes.
Wo are selling at special prices this week.
You'll need a summer suit this hot weather, be
sides tho prices aro In keeping with true econ
omy. (Men's Section) v
Guaranteed Silk Petti
coats Reduced in Price
July salo jj 5.6O
July salo j; 600
July salo $ 6-40
July salo 6-80
July sale . .' 8-00
' July salo SIO'80
July salo $ 9.60
All wanted shados, Including
2500 Yards of the Choicest
Fancy Silks Reduced In
Price. When You Wake
Up To the Fact That You
Are Paying Too 'Much
For Silks- .Come To Us
Wo can servo you better quality
for less monoy. All our fancy
silks aro classed Into ono great
lot and offered to tho wdraen of
Salom at a -matchless, price.
Thero is a wonderful 'coloring
combination of stripes, dots,
checks, plaids and floral designs
to chooso from at reduced prices.
$3.50 Net Waists
It Is our purposo to always be
first with tho now styles, and
our showing of theso waists is a
llttlo out of the ordinary. They
aro carefully made, full silk
lined, trimmed with pretty laces
to match, cream and white only.
Special this week nt tho low
Try a Soft Drink
From tho new $100 refrigerator
Just put In at Greenway's Confec
tlonery -on State, street, opposite
Court house. It will keep you cool.
Farmers' Commission House wants
your poultry, eggs and veal, and will
pay cash, at highest maret price. In
connection with Farmers' Feed Barn
162 South High street. Phone 430
Con You Buy.
Mucn goou improved land near
Sublimity, Oregon at $65 per acre
No, you cannot. For a short time
however, I havo a 140-ncro farm one
milo from Sublimity at $65 per aero
This prlco Includes the crop until
harvested. See mo at once about
this, as it will not last long. Homer
II. Smith, room 5, McCornack bldg,
Phono 96. 7-13-tf
A fine 10-acro tract only three
miles from Salem. It Is tho best fruit
land In tho country, beautiful new
house. The price Is only $100 per
acre, $5 down, balance $1 per month
Seo me about this. Homer H. Smith,
room 5, McCornack bldg. Phone
Preparing for Picnic
Tho Sunday school of the Chemek-
eta Evangelical churph will hold its
annual picnic Friday, July 15, after
noon and evening, in the grovo on
Capitol street, just north of . tho
bridge. Durlxg the afternoon there
will be games, races, etc., a picnic
supper and in the evening a big bon
fire and program. A cordial invita
tion is extended to all tho friends.
Verdict for Defense
Tho case of D. A. Mngness, et ul.
versus F. E. Osborne, was heard to
day in tho circuit court, and the Jury
brought in a verdict for tho defense.
Tho caso was one of damages. The
defendant was represented by the
firm of McNary & McNary.
Ollson'o barber snap
QUson'a cigar store
Qtlson'a baths open all day Sunday
Licensed 'to Wed
Frank W, Rhodes, of Tillamook,
aged 24, and Evelyn G. Woods, of
Ghoinawa, agod 20, woro granted a
marrlago liconso yesterday aftornoon
by County Clork Allen.
Ono of tho Finest
r Houses In Salem has been placod
In my hands to bqII. Tho salo must
bo made Boon, theroforo tho prlco is
reasonable Seo mo about this be
fore it is gono. Homer H. Smith,
room 5, McCornack bldg. Phono 9 G.
C. & 73. Improved Service
Tho Corvallis & Eastern will run
two dally pasonger trains, except
Sunday, leaving Albany for Newport
nt 7:30 a. m. and 12:35 p. m. Ro
turning from Newport at 6 a. m. and
12:15 p. m.
AVants Judgment for Damages
Tho caso'of Edna J. Brown, trus
tee for tho Independent Ordor of
Good Templars of SUvorton, against
Georgo Webb, et nl., 1b being hoard
today in tho circuit court. Tho plain
tiff says sho la tho trustee for tho or
ganisation, and that tho defendants
aro wrongfully In possession of tho
society's hall, and sho asks damages
to tho amount of $500, nnd nlso a
rontal of $20 per month from tho
date of tho alloged wrongful posses
sion Novembor 15, 1906, to tho
tlmo of tho restitution of tho property.
just tne thing for your driving
horso, end a good disinfectant; the
fly-killer that will keep tho flies off
of your cow and mnko her glvo
more milk. Now on salo at F. E.
Shafer's, tho harness and baddlory
B. F. Finn brought down 90 gallons
of turpontl.no from his Leaburg still
Monday, and shipped out 2585
pounds of rosin to tho Salom soap
works. Eugono Guard. Mr. Finn
Is now in Salom, and will be hero for
Wants n Divorce
Rena A. Doyen today filed a com
plaint for divorce ngalnst John
Doyen with tho clerk of tho circuit
court. Sho nllogos that thoy wero
married In August, 1909, and asks
Selnli Mineral Springs
Manager Whltcomb had a fine
crowd at tho Selah Springs last Sun
day and addresses were delivered by
Hal D. Patton and M. E. Pogue, of
Salom, and Rollio Watson, of Tilla
mook, who spoke of tho beauties of
Neskowln Park. Thero were several
hundred people in attendance and
they enjoyed tho program nnd tho
minora! water very much. Great
Improvements havo bqen mado at
,tho Selah Springs, which are located
abont two miles east ,of tho old How
ell Prairie school house. The mln
oral water Is being bottled and Is
sold at tho Spa and at Zlnn's confec
tlonerles In this city.
MEDFORD AND ASHLAND FIRE
DEPARTMENTS RESPOND TO
CALL FOR AID FOR STRICKEN
r UNITED PRKBS UASEn rr.l.l
Medford, Ore. July 13. Tho little
town of Phoenix, between this town
and Medford, today suffered the
worst flro in its history, when a plan
lng mill and a score of nearby build
ings burned. Aid was summoned
from Medford and Ashland, and fire
companies from theso towns arrived
In time to check the flames which
threatened the destruction of tho en
I And Now For The Vacation!;;
July 4th has passed. Cherry Fair, with its brilliant record.
The mountian, the sea, the river, the stream, .
are calling for you!
i Whatever the vacation pursuit, we carry jhe goods that f
will make your outing an assured success.
$ Fishing Tackle, Witch Elk Boots, "Kampit" Clothing, J
wuxwtitt wuuung, ruues, ixevoivers, ammunition.
Any Man Can Buy-
But R keeps hundreds of men
awake nights to sell. We know how
to buy and sell, for years of exper
ience has taught us how. If you
doubt this, try us and wo will sur-
prlso you. If you want to buy,
sell or lease, see us as wo handle
nothing but tho best on tho market,
P, C. Lavey & Co., 402 U. S. Bank
Building. . 7-9-2t
Card of Thanks.
Wo wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to nil friends and neighbors.
who so Kindly assisted in so many
ways during tho long-continued sick'
noss nnd'death of our boloved hus
band and father. Also for (ho many
beautiful flowers, tho kindly words
spoken and for tho excellent music
Mrs. F. A. Colony,
Elliott A. Colony,
Eleanor M. Colony.
Rifles to rent, and everything pertaining to
coast or mountains.
l-M M H M -H-H-T-H-f
SAY! AVHERE'S THAT PIG?
If thoro Is a pig loft in any
corner of tho Northwest, wo
want it. Wo want as much
dreseod pork as wo can possi
bly get. Wo will pay a3 fol
lows for produce Wo never
tako off commission. Ship by
Dressed Pork 1-lic
Dressed Vcnl , KM
Fresh Kgjs 20c
Live. Chickens Hons . ...lflc
Spring Chickens 20c
Address all shipments
TOANK L. SMITH MEAT CO.
'Fighting tho Beef Trust"
UNITED PRESS LEASED WIBE.l
Beverly, Mass., July 13. That
President Taft will assume tho per
son of leader of the Republican par
ty in the New York campaign, fol
lowing his return from a week's
cruise along the coast, Is the predis
tlon hero today.
Taft is believed to be growing im
patient because of the muddled
stato of affairs in New York Repub
lican ranks, and It is believed that
he will not continue waiting for the
endorsement of others before taking
a hand in the gubernatorial and
The situation elsewhere, notably
in Indiana and Ohio, also is said to
be causing the president to contem
plate taking an active part in the
game in those states.
Senator Crane, of Massachusetts,
and Attorney-General Wickersham
havo departed with conferences with
Taft last night. The prisedent had
luncheon with Captain Logan aboard
tho yacht Mayflower today and
golfed with Captain Butt in tho af
HE WILL NOT RESIGN
(UNITED PRESS Lnisrn WIRE.
Milwaukee, Wis., July 13. En
dorsing tho Republican insurgents
and inviting Senator LaFollette, pro
gressive leader In the senate, to be
come a full fledged Democrat, the
Democratic state convention met
hero today. A. J..SchmItz, of Mil
waukee, was nominated for governor
and Bert Williams, of Ashland, en
dorsed for tho United "States senate.
Astoria, Ore., -July 13. A forest
fire, which started In the clearing at
the Hammond Lumber company's
logging camp near Oak Point Sun
day, has already caused damage esti
mated at $20,000 and is still burn
ing. No green timber has yet been
A largo force of men is fighting
tho flames. Practically all of the
company's camp has been destroyed,
Including the cook house, two bunk
houses, blacksmith shop and two
Four trestles along the line of the
company's logging railroad have
been burned also. FirTS Warden D.
H. Prescott, of Wahkiakum county,
Is directing tho Are fighters.
Mr. anil Mrs. Chns. La Grange, of
South Salom, leave for Everett'.
Wash., in the morning to visit their
sons, Fred and Oscar, and his fami
lies. Professor E. D. Ressler, a mem
ber of tho faculty of tho Oregon Agri
cultural College, at Corvallis, Is lm
tho city today.
Miss Louisa Arthur is visiting:
friends in Oregon City.
Fire Insurance Society
Frank Meredith, Psldeut Attest
Room 13 Bush Bank Blk, Salem, Or.
MONEY TO LOAH
'XBOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Or.
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rnnltril Prcs Iane; Wlre.J
Seattle, Wash., July 13. Secre
tary Balllnger, of the interior de
partment, camo homo to Seattle
last night from Washington and
will spend tho summer on the Coast
Ho was met at tho station by hi3
Balllnger did not caro to talk poll
tics today. Ho did declare, how
ever, that ho would tako no active
part In the Washington stato cam
palgn now on.
He reiterated his statements that
ho had not Intention of resigning.
BACK BROKEN IN SCUF
FLE FOR HOT SANDWICH
Los Angeles, Calif., July 13.
Ralph Phillips, formerly a postal
employe, lies today In tho Sisters of
Mercy hospital with a broken back,
and Jesse Navarro Is In Jnll, the re
sults of a battle over a sandwich In
curbstone lunch wagon.
Phillips ontorcd tho wagon and
so'zed a "hot dog" sandwich which
Navarro had ordered, 'according to
Navarro's story to the police. Dur
ing tho scufllo that ensued Phillips
fell across a curbstone. His spine
was broken nnd ho sustained sevor
brulsos about his head. It is doubt
ful If ho will recover.
DAUGHTER KILLS ASSASSIN
OF HER FATHER,
M H H f
! Feed Co. i
I GRAIN, HAY, FEED, FLOUR,
J. F. JOXKS, Manager.
Phono Lln 008.
Itttil State Street.
They Wero Even.
John Mitchell, tho labor loador,
told this to the Pittsburg Dispatch.
"Harvey Barr, a successful lawyer,
had a wonderful talent for gottlng the
best of people. Even at home he kept
his talent In play. His wife said to
him ono morning:
"Harvey, dear, this Is tho flftoenth
anniversary of our wedding. What
aro you going to give mo?"
" 'This is what I am going to give
you,' Harvey answ6red, affectionate
ly, and Ito handed his wifo $16 In
crisp, fresh bills.
" 'Oh, thank you! And what shall
I give you?' tho gratified wlfo asked.
" 'Thftt meerschaum pipe I've been
admiring bo long,' Harvey promptly
"In tho evening on his return home
the plpo awaited blm. It had cost
Just $15. He lit it up and began to
color it carefully.
"But as, the evening woro on his
wife seemed Ul st ease.
" 'Where is my present Harvey,'
she said at last, fretfully.
" 'wny, my dear Harvey ex.
plained, 'you gave rae a pipe, I gave
you $15. Don't you see? We're botH
New Orleans, La., July 13. Joseph
Sjplggnao, a Black Hand agent, today
shot and killed John Manzella, a
wealthy Sicilian merchant, who re
fused a demand for money, and was
then himself shot and killed by
Manzela's daughter as he attempted
to escape. Spiggnao entered Mah
zela's store at daylight. Ho demand
ed a sum of money, threatening
vengeance by the Black Hand socl-
oty. Manzela refused and tried to
put Spiggnao out of tho store. Tho
intruder drew a revolver and shot
Manzela through iho heart. Then
ho rushed out of the store. As ho
reached the sidewalk Manzela's
daughter, who had heard the dis
pute, ran to the front of the store
and shot Spiggnao.
FOR SALE First class newspaper
folding machine 4-6-8-10 or 13
pages folded at once uj; to a full:
sized 7 column paper. Cheap 1C
taken soon. Speed 1800 to 20001
per hour. Inquire Journal Salem,
FIRE PROOF SAFES Large as-
'feortment, new and second-hand.
Also vault doors. Call or write
for prices today. Portland Safe?
Co., Agts. Genuine Hall Safe.
87 5th St., Portland, Ore.
FOR SALE A modern 5-room cot
tage, on an Improved corner lot
56x107; one uf the finest locations
In the city. This place has all
modern plumbing, bath, toilet
j lavatory, etc., connected with,
sewer. Fireplace, beamed celling,
cabinet kitchen and all up-to-date
conveniences. The location Is ex
cellent. Easy payments. Homer
H. Smith, room 5 McCornack,
building. Phone 00. 6-22-tf
FOR SALE The following land has
been placed In my hands to sell:
10,000 acres of farming land, lo
cated in Morrow and Gilliam coun
ties; 80 acres of land, 16 miles
from Spokane, Wash.; 192 acres
near Whitman, Wash., and 110O
acres in Columbia county, Wash.
For particulars 'and Information
call on or wrlto me at tho Journal
office, Salem, Ore. R. M. Hofer.
WHITE CATTLE RUSTLERS
PREYING ON IDAHO HERDS
TUNITED r TIERS LHA8ED WIItR.
Boise, Ida., July 13. That a mur
derous gang r cattle rustlers are
operating In Southern Idaho and
Northern Nevada seems well estab
lished today following the unearth
ing of evidence by Commissioner
Day of the stato land office, that
hundreds of cattle havo been stolen
recently, and a band of Indian "rus
tlers" has disappeared. It Is be
lieved that white outlaws met and
killed tho Indians because the red
men jvero Interfering with tho
Wo want 1,000 cords of big and
second growth fir wood at tho Salem
Tile. & Mercantile Factory near fair
grounds in North Salem, and will
receive sealed bids for same In lots
of 50 or morp cords, up to and In
cluding July 25th, 1910.
Wo reserve the .right to accept or
reject any or all bids, Address Sa
lem Tile & Mercantile Co., P. O.
Box 45. Salem, Oregon. 7-S-6t
SNAP! SNAP! SNAP!
Wo havo just listed four big lots
on Capitol street which wo can soli
for the very low price of $350 onch.
Theso lots aro 55x150 feet and have
18 foot alloy In rear. Can be sold
on roasonablo terms, Lots just oppo
site aro being held at more than
double. Remember that Capitol
street will soon bo the most desira-
blo residence street in tho city and
then those prices wltt look Hko snap
BECHTEL & BYNON
347 State Street Tel. Main 452
FOR SALE A fine lot on south
east corner of 24th and Trade Sts
high and dry, 60x192. This is
a dandy. $400, $25 down, bal
ance $10 per month. Homer H.
Smith, Room 5, McCorma'ck build
ing. , 6-20-tf
WANT TO RENT Small farnTTS
to 15 acres with buildings. Pay
cash rent. Address, Petp Hanson.
R. F. D. No. 8, Salem, Oreg.
AUCTION SALE Of horses and
mules Saturday, July 16, at 2
m at the west end df tho steel
bridge crossing river at Salem.
Saddle horses, driving horse, and:
draught horses. If you want a
good horse, now is your opportun
ity to get it at a reasonable price.
FOR RENT 5-room house and
basement. Well water piped in
houso; $10 per month. Inquire.
560 N. High. 7-13-31
FOR SALE A bargain. Household
utensils and furniture, stoves, gas
range, tables, chairs, bedsteads,
dishes, etc. Must be sold imme
diately. Ivan G. Martin, corner
Mill and High Sts. Phose this
offlcij. Main 82. 7-13-3t
Confectlonory opposlto court
house on Stato St., for your ice
cream, cold sodas, peanuts and
popcorn. Also a full line of cigars
nnd tobacco and dally papers.
Call and supply your noeds at 628
State St. 7-1-3-1 mo
Of course I believe in dreams, if
I dream of green snakes with tho
bodlos of camels and the legs or
lizards I believe I ate something that
disagreed with me.
The farmers' organization, the So
ciety of Equity, as growing rapidly in
LOT 60x100 Two blocks from stato
houso, $900. Easy payments.
Lot, Miller and Saginaw; $650; ex
Lot 50x200 on 24th St.; $1,0 down,
balance $5 per month.
Lot In Highland Av-.; $10 down, $5
Lot, 40x160, half block of state
Lot. Thirteenth and Center streets.
$1,050. A good buy.
Excellent lot on 23d street, $325;
$10 down; $.5 per month.
Terms oan be had on" u of the
Seo SMITH-GILLIXGHAM CO.
Room 5. McCornack Bldg.
Phone 00 or 102a. j
West Salem Transfer
Connects with nil trains at
West Salem for Dallas, Falls
City and Salem.
Leaves Journal office for
West Salem at 8 a. m.,
12 m 1:10 p.- m. and 3:30 p.
m. every day except Sundny.
Also for Independence, Mon
mouth nnd McMInnvllle.
Leaves 8unday at 12 m.,
and 4:15 p. m.
Calls at hotels on request.
Telephone or leave orders at
Capital Journal office any day
but Sunday. Phone 32.
J. P. Underwood, Mgr.