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DAILY CAPITAL 30XJZSJLW BAT.KM, 01EOON, TBXntSDAT, HAT 15, 1913.
vrhich was then docile and apparently FOR DANDRUFF AND FALLING in good condition, with the exception of losing considerable hair. D A S-H? HAIR 25 CENT "DAIIDERIflE" SAVE YOl'R HAIR! DAXDEB1XE DESTROYS DANDRUFF AND STOPS FALLING HAIR AT ONCE GROWS HAIR, WE TROYE IT. BANQUET IN HONOE OF THE NEW JUSTICES YES! 0 But nothing flashy about our SPRING CLOTHING FOR MEN. Just the style of Clothing that the man demands who desires to appear as if he understod how to dress cor rectly, even to the least little detail. PRICES MOST REASONABLE. We are positive you WILL FIND THE BEST CLOTHING VALUES HERE. We buy for cash and sell at the lowest possible cash prices. Step in and have a try-on OF OUR GUARANTEED ALL WOOL GARMENTS. It is to your interest to do so. Xiihn Made Clothes HHMHMm OUTING FLANNEL NIGHT SHIRTS, just what you need this summer for the moun tains or seashore, GOOD QUALITY, 78c each. HOMELY, YET ADMIRED AND ENVIED; HER SECRET . The convention crowd in tho lobby made a path for. her, casting admiring side glances, then with longing eyes followed her to the elevator. It was at tho Ponchartrain in Detroit. The inci dent was recalled when 1 chanced to sit across table from the woman. What was it about her that caused all that commotio? She wasn't handsome; she was lacking in form and feature. Yet she did seem mnrvelously fascinating. Her complexion must bo tho secret. Iteally, I've never beheld its equal. Venturing to pick up acquaintanceship, I learned the reason. "I know I' mnot built for beauty," she confided, "lint I've tried to make the most of my one charm. I 've learn ed that men abhor make-ups and arti ficiality. I bar cosmetics; there are just two things I ever us eand they pro mote natural loveliness and youthful appearance. "When my complexion begins to age, 1 get an omice of mereolized wax at the drug store, apply at night like cold cream and wash it off in the morning. This gradually take off the uoter skin, then I have a brand now complexion, magnetically beautiful, as yon see. "Wrinkles never bother me. At their inception I bathe my face in a solution made by dissolving an ounce of pow dered saxolite in a half pint of witch hazel. It works like magic. " Moua Morrow in Town Tattler. There never was a time when people appreciated the real merits of Chamber lain 'a Cough Remedy more than now. This is shown by the increase in sales and voluntary testimonials from per sons who have been cured by it. If you or your children are troubled with a cough or cold give it a trial and be come acquainted with its good quali ties. For sale by all dealers. Brookings Lumber & Timber Company, With Million and Half Capital, Files Articles. g Another big lumber company has in-' vaded tho Oregon field, and will estab lish itself in Harbor, Curn county. The Brookings Lumber 4 Timber Com pany Wednesday filed article of in corporation at the state capitol, with capital stock of $1,500,000. It proposes to carry on an extensive lumber busi ness in Southwestern Oregon. Other incorporations today were: American Sign Company, Portland, j capital stock, $5000. j The United Securities Comany, Bend, capital stock, $5000. HORSES TOOK A SPIN NOT ON THE BILLS Pedestrians and vehicle drivers on State street . this , morning were com pelled to seek safer and more secluded spots, for the time being at least, when the big sorrel horse belonging to T. O. Ifligh, the thoatrical man, came down that thoroughfare at a clip that would make a turf animal look like he was unable to run fast enough to get out of the shade of a berry bush. How or what it looked like that caused the horse to run is still a mys tery. Two young lads, Earl Smith and F. Ncal, wore driving the animal from the S. P. depot, and had just left 12th street, on State, when the horse made a break for the central business dis trict. Ho hopped along at a gait far exceeding the Salem speed ordinance, and nover slacked up in spite of the fact that the lads in the wagon, one on each lino, were leaning to the work of discouraging the'animnl with all their might. Tho sorrel spun up as far as Front street, then took a hunch that the traveling was good going north. Ho camo to Marion street, and tho sight of the green grasa evidently set his equine mind scattering, as he promptly jumped the curb and laid down. In tho meantime Mr. Bligh was coming to the rescue with an auto and express wagon to haul back the re mains, hut there wasn 't any. The lads had gotten tho horse up and were un loading trunks at the theatre when Mr Bligh finally found his pet driver. With Lionel R. Webster, of Portland, acting as toastmaster, one of the most brilliant affairs ever arranged in the Capital City will take place at tho Ho tel Marion tomorrow night, whon over "0 Oregon lawyers assemble around the festive board and the banquot in hon or of the nowly-appointod justices of the supreme court, Hon. C. L. McNary and Hon. W. R. Ramsey, is held. Those having charge of the affair aro J. A. Carson, Geo. Q. Bingham and Grant Corby. This is the committee ap pointed by the Marion County Bar As sociation. Legal representatives from many sec tions of the state are expected to be present, and that the affair wilt prove a great success is already assured. Law Is Not Popular. That the law relating to depositing county funds is not popular with bank ers is the statement of R. S. Hattan, treasurer of Columbia county, in a let ter to Secretary of State Olcott. He says they do sot have the securities to put up as specified in the law, and, furthermore, the money is only in the banks a short time, and tho hankers are at considerable expense shipping coin from Portland to meet the do mands. Consequently there is noth ing left for them fater they pay the county on their daily balancos. Mr. Hattan thinks he may bo ablo to get one bank in four to make applica tion for county funds. He says the law is a case of theory, and lacking in practical knowledge. If you care for heavy hair, that glistens with beauty and Is radiant with life; has an incomparable soft ness and Is fluffy and lustrous, you must use Danderlne, because nothing else accomplishes so much for the hair. Just one application of Knowlton's Danderlne will double the beauty of your hair, besides It immediately dis solves every particle of dandruff; you cannot have nice, heavy, healthy hair if you have dandruff. This destruc tive scurf robs the hair of Its lustre, Its strength and Its very life, and It not overcome It produces a feverish ness and itching of the scalp,; the hair roots famish, loosen and die; then the hair falls out fast. If your hair has been neglected and is thin, faded, dry Bcraggy or too oily, don't hesitate, but get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderlne at any drug store or toilet counter; apply a little as directed and ten minutes after you will say this was the best Investment you over made. We sincerely believe regardless of everything else advertised that If you desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and lots of It no dandruff no Itch ing scalp and no more falling hair you must use Knowlton's Danderlne. If eventually why not nowT A 25 cent bottle will truly amaze you. Man sued for divorce answered that he had done got a divorce already; his wife hadn't read the papers closely and didn't know it. It seems to bo her treat. It's All Off So far as health is concerned if you allow the bowols to bocomo constipated. This condition soon upsets tho digestive functions robs you of appetite and makes you weak and run down. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS LOOSE ONE OF HIS EYES Firecracker He Was Manufacturing Explodes and Badly Injured His . Left Eye. Leslie Young, the youngest son of Dr. V. D. Young, of West Salem, was seriously injurod this morning by a firecracker he was in rae act of man ufacturing. The lad's eyes wero badly seared by the explosion of a quantity of powder he had inserted in the roll of paper forming what was supposed to be tho wrapping of tho cracker, and his face and hair wero badly burned. Tho boy was taken to the offices of Dr. W. 8. Mott immediately after the accident, and, although the right eye can be Baved ,it is thought tho left optic will probably ha,ve to be re moved from the socket. A final apora- . tion will not be attempted, however, I until an eyo specialist from Portland I arrives and examines the case. I Just how the powder happened to be come ignited is unknown. Tho lad was directly over the cracker when it exploded. The flash struck him square ly in' tho face and knocked him down. and cordiality the Italian government today officially welcomed the American commission which conies to Europe to investigate the rural co-perative credit system which is in vogue in Italy, Ger many, Austria, France, Holland, and elsewhere. A'ictor Emmanuel will per sonally receive the American delegates who sailed from New York on April 26. Commission is Welcomed ohitid rasss lsasio wixs. Rome, May 15. With great ceremony Feed Prices Feed has been advancing, but wo laid in a lnrge stock and are able to keep our retail prices at the same low prices as before. Remember that we are never undersold, quality of goods con sidered. With amplo stocks of wheat, corn, Kaffir corn, bran, shorts, flour, etc., wo are able to soil at the same prices as heretofore. Free delivery to all parts of the city as usual. Our low prices will Bave you money when you are in need of any feed. D. A. White & Sons Fecdmen and Seedmen. Poultry and Bee Supplies. 251 State St. Phone Main ItiO n r? Mid-Season IS so Shows What Real Clothing Bargains Are It's a new experience for clothing buyers to find a sale like this to have the opportunity of select ing from a stock as new, as up-to-date and of the quality made by DAVID ADLER all this sea son's goods and be able to SAVE ONE-FOURTH ON ANY SUIT OR RAINCOAT $11.75 BUYS ANY $15.00 FANCY SUIT NOW $18.00 SUITS MID-SEASON SALE $13.75 $20.00 SUITS MID-SEASON SALE $15.00 $22.50 SUITS MID-SEASON SALE $16.75 $25.00 SUITS MID-SEASON SALE $18.75 $30.00 SUITS MID-SEASON SALE $22.50 $35.00 SUITS MID-SEASON SALE $26.75 Look for the Toggery label in the suit you choose read the former price for yourself then figure up your saving. Remember this too our men's shop known throughout the whole Willamette Valley the same label that meant good values and good service before stands TREMENDOUS VALUES NOW Tel i. fvW i Nil AS A Ax ft ' V " '. Our Guarantee Your money back if any suit bought at this sale doe. ot prove satisfactory, just the same as though you paid regular price. THE rm ys. "M ft TT1 TTS & T! BETWEEN COURT AND STATE AT 167 NORTH COMMERCIAL Men's Shoes, if they are Florsheims they are right $4.00 $5.00 $6.00