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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, TODAY, HAY. 14,1913.
paob rm. 1 SATURDAY SPECIAL 1 El II n El 11 ti n si M 11 25c. HOSIERY For Women and Children 19c. a Pair Limited 6 pair for children and 4 pair for women to a customer. Saturday Only 11 11 II II II 11 II II II II tl II M 11 H II II II U tl II 11 If 11 II n ti ti ti ti ti ii ii n ti ii ii n M E3 Women's Leather Purses and Hand Bags j $15.00 value $12.00 t $5.00 values $3.95 $12.00 values $ 9.00 $2.00 values $1.49 j $10.00 values .$7.50 $1.50 and $1.25 values 98c II $ 8.00 values $ 6.00 Saturday Only Armour s Celebrated Talcum Splenid quality. Known everywhere as an extra good Talcum. Saturday Only, 14c' a Can WANT AD HOROSCOPE May 16. Give yoirr child with this birthdate the beat of education and cultivate his ideals. Tairrus, the sign governing thiB birthdate, is a peculiar one and pre sents many difficulties to be over come. 0 The lesson of self-control must be learned early in life. Remember that a Taurus person, who can and docs succeed in controlling his lower nature, become a (riant of power physically and mentally and is able to control and sway great bodies of people. The temper of the Taurus person is very hard to deal with. They will kick and roar, when infuri ated, like a wild animal, and the best thing to do is to leave them entirely alone. This date gives strength and per manency to all real estate changes and sales. Domestics, oools, waitresses will be favored through the Journal Want Ads. 2.80 Round Trip to Eugene Tickets on salo May 10 and 17, 1 return limit May 19. Special train for Commonwealth Day Saturday, May 17, wi',1 leave Sa lem 9 s. m., arrive Eugona 11 a, m., leave Eugene 7:30 p. m., arrive Salem 9:43 p. m. This train will carry delegates of tho Oregon Society of En gineers, Federation of Women's Clubs and other civic organiza tions from Portland, Salem and other points. Tickets are good on regular Oregon Electric Railway trains. Details will bo supplied on re quest. C. E. ALBIN, General Agent. I! 11 11 11 II n $1.00 values 75c J 11 II M t II 11 II II tl 11 11 II 11 11 II 11 ii ii ti u ii u El 11 11 K1 11 tl II chemawa wins meet with coevallis high school Chemawa defeated Corvallis high school in the field meet held at Che mawa yesterday afternoon 9 to 27. The track was slow. Summary: 12-pound shot Kader (Chemawa), Wilcox (Chemawa), Laehnnce, (Chema wa), distance 43 ft. 6 in. v 100-yard dash Walker (Chemawa), Renrdon (Corvallis) Eader (Chema wa). Time, 10 1-5 seconds. Mile run Jim (Chemawa), Jenjia (Chemawa), Anruin .(Chemawa). Time, 5 minutes. High jump Lnchance (Chemawa). Farmer (Corvallis), Service (Chemawa) 5 ft. 3 in. , SSO-yard run Jim (Chemawa), Al phuni (Chemawa), Jonjia) (Chemawa). Time 2 min. loUj sec. MO-yard dash Sellen (Chemawa), I'elton (Corvallis), Iireednn (Chema wa). Time 54 2-5 sec. 120-yard hurdles Moses (Corvallis), Sellen (Chemawa), Reardon (Corvallis) time 16 2-5 sec. Iiroad jump Lachance (Chemawa), Kader (Chemawa), Farmer (Corvallis). 'Histance 19 ft. 6 in. uiscus Eader (Chemawa), Sellen (Chemawa), Terry (Chemawa). Dis tance 107 ft. 3 in. 50-yard dash Walker (Chemawa) Wilcox (Chemawa), Keardon (Corval lis). Time, 5 3-5 sec. 220-yard hurdles Moses (Corvallis), Reardon (Corvallis), Farmer (Corval lis). Time 27 sec. I'olo vault liicks (Chemawa), Fur nior (Corvallis), Service (Chemawa) Height 10 ft. 3 in. 220-yard dash Hroedon (Chemawa', Walker (Chemawa), Sellen (Chemnwa) Time 22 1-3 sec. What is the main difference between a porter house steak ami a pork chop! There is nothing like a Porterhouse or Sirloin if you choose. A cut of Flank or a slice of Round, to drive away the blues! There's nothing like a ten der Chop of Veal, Mutton, Pork or Lamb, to make you say, when stowed away, "Quite Satisfied, I Am." BUY THEM HERE Phone Main 217. Capital Meat Market 121 South Commercial Street f The size! A FULL DRESS BALL Portland Man Wears Only a Smile and Wants Wife Who Will Dress Just as He Does. tmiTiD russ uussn wiai. San Francisco, May 16. A togless bride is sought here today by Ernest W. Darling, of Portland, "nature man," who has returned to San Fran cisco after spending eight years in the South Sea islands. Darling does not ask much of the woman. He is not par ticular aa to color or race, but she must be willing to subsist on uncooked food, and dispense with all raiment. "In retui for these petty sacri fices," said the nature man today, "the woman I wed will get a Darling." Darling established a nature colony in Tahiti, but he admits he is not very popular there. He asserts the police of the islands are entirely too particu lar. "On my mountain ranch, however," 'said Darling, "I lived as I pleased. I ran about entirely in the buff." Darling says he proposed to one San Francisco woman, but she turned him down. He will seek a bride in Portland, if unsuccessful here. SPECIAL TEAIN FROM PORTLAND TO MEDFORD Special trains will take crowds to Medford Monday as follows: I. O. O. F. Daylight Special consist and make-up: One baggage car, 1 din ing car( 5 all-steel chair cars, 5 all-steel coaches. Schedule. Leave Portland Mon., May 19 .8:15 a.m Oregon City 9:00 a.m. Woodburn .. 9:43 a.m. Salem 10:2.7 a.m. Albany 11:20 a.m. Junction City 12:20 a.m. Eugeue 12:50 p.m. Cottage Grove 1:35 p.m. Drain 2:25 p.m. Rosebnrg 4:00 p.m. (rants Pass 8:40 p.m. Arrive Medford 9:40 p.m. I. O. O. F. Night Special consist and make-up: One baggage car, tourist sleeping cars. Standard sleeping cars. Schedule. Leave Portland Mon., May 1..8:00 p.m. Oregon City 8:45 p.m. Woodburn 9:30 p.m. Salem 10:10 p.m. Albany 11:00 p.m. Junction City 11:55 p.m. Eugene Tnes., May 20..1 2:25 a.m. Cottage Grove ....1:05 a.m. Drain 1:53 a.m. Rosebnrg 3:25 a.m. Grants Pass 7:40 a.m. Arrive Medford 8:40 a.m. Tnat Public Insurance. rOKITIO PRESS LEASED W1HI.1 , New York, May fl. It is expected that Dr. John Russell, former supcrin tendeut of the Matteawan asylum, and Horace Hoffman, Harry Thaw's confi dential agent, will be tho principal wit losses today at the trial of Attorney John Anhut, charged with trying to bribe Thaw'B way to liberty. Thaw, who testified Inte yesterday that Russell had agreed to get him out of the asylum in exchange for a bribe (.f $20,000, may be recalled later foi cross-examination of his story, aftoi Russell has had his say. Demand $300,000,000 PARIS, May 10 Three hundred mil lion dollars cash indemnity today was formally demanded by the llitlknn al lies from Turkey at the meeting of the international commission chosen to ad just the Turkish national debt follow ing the termination cif the war. To day the first sessions of the commis sion wero held here, liesides the ques tion of th - cash indemnity, tho com mission will conscider the proposal of the Ilulkan allies to assume portions of the Ottoman debt in consideration of the territory toy will receive when European Turkey is finally divided. MEXICANS TO FIGHT FROM THE AEROPLANE cmitfui muss IXASCn wins.1 Om.glns, Ariz, May 10. Messages received today from Giiavmas, Solium, state that Didier Mnsson, an aviator who disappeared following his release recently by tho United States authori ties near Tucson, has arrived thero to day and is superintending the assem bling of his aeroplane. The machine, it is reported ,arrived at (iunymas almost simultaneously with with tho seizure by American officers near Tucson of several packing cases alleged to have contained a dummy aeroplane. Mnsson, is is said, has been promised $45,000 for prosecuting an aerial bomb campaign against the Met ican federal barracks at Giiavmas. Apperson Representative Here. N. H. Williams, Northwest represen tative of the Apperson Automobile Co., is in the city calling on ('. W. Moore, local rep resent at ive. Mr. Williams has just camo up from California, nnd states that the big freezo thero has not only injured this year's erop, but the crops for several years an well. He says Sa lem certainly looks good to him, and that his company expects to do a big business in this vicinitv. THINGS TO READ. Interesting Articles in the May Maga zines at the Public Library. Boyle, James, "The Legal Wage," Forum, p. 576. ' Brewer, C. B., "The Widening Field of the Moving Picture, Its Commer cial, Educational and Artistic Value," Century, p. 66. Chamberlain, M. L., "Children in Bondage, Baby Toilers in tie New York Canneries," Good Housekeeping, p. 518. Davidson, W. C, "Making Filth Eat Itself up," Country Life in America, p. 57. Dean, Frederic, "Maud Adams," Good Housekeeping, p. 603. Fiske, Amos K., "Needed Currency Reform," North American Review, p. 577. Fosdick, Rev. H. E., "Reuniting the Church," North American Review, p. 615. Gregory, J. 8., "The Coming City," World's Work, p. 82. Marvin, W. L., "American Ships for Panama," Review of Reviews, p. 574. Michelson, M., "Sweet Land of Lib- ierty," foudalism. and civil war in the United States now. (Conditions in West Virginia) Everybody's, p. 615. Moses, G. H., "Greece and Monte negro" (many fine illustrations) Na tional Georgrnphie Magazine, p. 281. (March). Muddiman, Bernard, "The Com rades of Maeterlink," Forum, p. 618. Pearsons, T. G., "Home Life of the Birds," Craftsman, p. 187. Phillips, M. R., "Four Houses of Modorate Cost," in blue print, Conn try Lifo in America, p. 49. Photography that is critical, con structive and creative shown in the work of Baron do Meyer, Craftsman, p. 158. Roche, Jules, "Socialism and the State; a French View," North Amer ican Review, p. 588. Smith, H. M., "Oysters; the World's Most Valuable Water Crop," National Georgraphic Magazine, p. 257. Spencer, A. C, "State Regulation of Vice and Tts Meaning." Forum, p. 5S7. Story of tho great floods, with illus trations, Review of Reviews, p. 505. These magazines can all be consult ed in tho reading room of the Salem public library, which is open from 10 in tho morning until 9 o'clock in the evening. Tho library has subscribed to extra copies of Harper's Monthly, Century and Reribners magazines for circulation. These current numbers may be taken out on a.rcgnlnr fiction card, nnd kept four days. TIME TO ACT. Don't Wait for the Fatal Stages of Kidney Illness Profit by Salem People's Experiences. Occasional attacks of backache, ir regular urination, headaches and dizzy spells are frequent symptoms of kidney disorders. It's an error to neglect these ills. Tho attacks may pass off for a time but generally return with greater intensity. Don't delay a minute. Be gin taking Donn's Kidney Pills, and keep up their use until tho desired re sults nro obtained. Good work in Sn lem proves tho effectiveness of this great Kidney remedy. James Barager, Lee and Turner Sts., Salem, Oiegon, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills helped mo a great deal when I was suffering from kidney disorders and rheumatic pains in my back. 1 still beliovo them to be a fine kidnoy medicine. You may continue publish' ing tho testimonial I have given be fore." For sale by all dealers. Trice 50 cents. Fohter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for tho L'nited States. Remember tho nnmo Donn's and take no other. Mexico is to have another election. As soon ns it is over the order of the day will revert to revolution. Doctor tone's Corn Remedy Knocks Corns and Bunions h I g h o r I t h a n "Oilroy 's kite." Price 25c. DR. STONES Boroto Compound and Plaster will take tty kinks out of your lamo back. Price 50c. DR. STONES Itch Ointment will euro you of that Itch which you caught from that fellow. Price tl. DR. STONES Poison Oak Remedy will cure your Poison Oak, which you got last Sunuay, Price 23c and 50c, DR. STONES Cough Romody will clear your pipes of phlegm and cure your cough, Price 25c and 50c. DR. STONES Toothache drops will stop the toothache in one minuto by tho watch. Prico 25c. DR. STONE'S DRUO STORE, Salem, Oreogn. Free delivery to any part of the eity. il:v . W,.-.rJ DOH'T STAY GRAY! DARKEN YOUR HAIR BEAUTIFULLY A Mixture of Sage and Sulphur Pre vents Dandruff and Fallig Hair. When yon darken your hair with Sage Tea1 and Sulphur no one can tell, because it's done so naturally; so ev enly. It is also splendid to reinovo dandruff, cure itching scalp and stop falling hair. Preparing this mixture, though, at home is a mussy and troublesome task. For about 50 cents a bottle you can buy at any drug store the ready-to-use tonic called "Wyeth's Sage and Sul phur Hair Remedy." Some druggists put this mixture up themselves but make it too sticky, so insist you want "Wyeth's," then there will be no dis appointment. "' X-RAYS. Shipping oil to burn dead "Greas ers" is much like carrying coals toL New lastlo. The sausage skin skirt is the gen uine mold of fashion. The Oregonian Is standing in with President Wilson and the administra tion on ono thing at least. It believes in kow-towing to the Mikado. A resolution was introduced in tho Oregon Grange, nt Albany, yesterday, indorsing the action of tho California legislature in passing the anti-alien land laws. It will probably be acted upon today. In enforcing city ordinances, too much attention is paid to gnats, while the two-humped dromedaries are given easy deglutition. t Another twister hit a Nebraskn town, Seward, yesterday, and as a re- Bechtel & Bynon's Bargains SUBURBAN PROPERTY. $2250 will buy a fine now bungalow, close to car line, school, graded Btreet, largo lot, only $250 down, balance on easy monthly payments to suit. Don't pay rent when you can got a home on such easy payments. $250 will take a large lot just ono block from the fair grounds car line and only oight minutes from State streot. Terms to suit. See Mr. Bynon. $100 an acre will buy a 65-acre farm in the best pnrt of tho Howell Prairie district. Terms to suit. Seo Mr. Boch tel. IflOaero dniry ranch, 3-4 mile to cheese factory, onohalf mile to storo and P. O.; 2 springs, running wator, hme and barn. Will trade for city property tip to $2200. Prico for farm, $2800. See Mr. Scott. Five-room bungalow, one-half block from paved street; easy torms. Prico $1500. Will take lot as part payment. See Mr. Scott. t We have just a few days in which to sell ono of tho best pieces of suburban property around Salem; about 45 acroB nil under cultivation except about 8 a itch; land lies fine to subdivide; im provements nro first-class; house 7 rooms, with full cement basement, bath, toilet, hot and cold water, furnace, well house, pump, gasoline engine, high pros sure water tank, large two-story barn, good fences, excellent soil. This is the best bargain on our books. Prico is only $12,500. Come in and seo Mr. Scott nbout this. , $1525 will buy a good bungalow, just completed, in a good district; $500 down: bnlilnce easy payments. Seo Mr. Brunner. Suppose your property should burn toni(iht. Insure with Mr. Dyor, with Bechtel 4 Bvnon. BECHTEL Phone 452. BYNON, 347 State Rtreet, n il U n!ll!llllllllllllllfi:i1llllllllll!lllIM II 11 11 11 n ti M a mmkm. LMmtj b$$jm a i,f y Ei MM&iis2isZ, II UiiJIiililliniMiiiH HitijijlilliMlra THE ELECTRIC CO. SAGE TEA WILL You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with "Wyeth's Sage and Sul phur" and draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. Do this at night and by morning all gray har disappears and after another appli ction or two becomes beautifully dark ened and more glossy and luxuriant than ever. You will also discover dan druff is gone and hair has stopped fall ing. Gray, faded hair, though no disgrace, is a sign of old age and as we all desire a youthful and attractive appearance, get busy at once with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur and jou'll look years younger. Inquiry shws all pharmacists in town hero sell lots of it. J. C. Perry- 'suit 10 are dead, 30 hurt and 23 resi- idences destroyed. Strange how soon things begin to happen in Nebraska when W. J. left it and went to Wash ington. The Union Pacific and S. P. merger dies hard, and its final dissolution seems as fur away as when it first be gan to show moribund symptoms. Uncle Sam may yet have to draw its last breath for it with a judicial cork screw. "It grieves me to think you have fal len so low," Said Evers to Tinker and Chance. "It grieves mo to see them all trim ' ming you so," Said Evers to Tinker and Chance. 'Tcrhaps if you gents will drop in for a call, And watch whilo we cop the world's rorics next fall, My athletes will show you some regu lar ball," Said Eveni to Tinker and Chance. Merltol Pile Remedy. A now scientific preparation for both internal and external use and absolute ly without an equal for the treatment of piles in any form. Ask us to dhow you this romody nnd explain its many advantages. Capital Drug Store. Thero aro no game laws to intorfere with tho killing of time. Thero never was a time when people appreciated the real merits of Chambor- Iain's Cough Remedy more than now. This is shown by tho increase in tales and voluntary testimonials from per sons who have beon cured by it. If you or your children are troubled with a cough or cold give it a trial and be como acquainted with its good quali ties. For snlo by nil doalers. . SEED CORN Wo have a complete stock of both Field nnd Sweet Corn. Our corn is selected for this valley, and is of very fine quality. All varieties. Y'on will find our prices tho lowest in the city, quality unsur passed. Garden Seeds We offer yon the largest nnd best, selected stock in tho valley, nnd, lis we buy direct, from the growers, our price lire the low est. All frei-h, bulk s Is. D.A.WMTE&SONS Feedmen mid Seeilmen. Poultry and llee Supplies Phone M. MO. 251 State St. l 1 M i I, . . ' a' ,i iimiiiiii'liiii, illiliililililiUiliililiilliiiilil MMMHHMMHHH If You are Not Able to Tell the Quality of a Suit of Clothes Next time you buy come here. We are' experts in the manufacturing of cloth at well as selling cloth ing, and will give you the benefit of our experience. You can depend upon what we tell you. We tand back of everything X we say. Bishop's Ready Tail- i; ored Suits I at I $15 to $2 5 1 I Are guaranteed to you. Salem Woolen Mills Store Your friend will think it a Bliame If you in uu n lot of money by following the advice ho gave you, but which he was afraid to follow himself. 4-MM-4--T SPECIAL I have on hand for carni val week a complete line of ladies' and men's dress shoes 'in all leathers, and strictly up-to-date lasts and styles. Martha Washington and many other kinds of la- f dies' comfort shoes for summer wear. Jacob Vogt i 220 N. Commercial. Salem, Ore. I 11 jiBllliliisw" 1 Bit It II II tl II II 11 li ll ll ti tl tl ll ll it ll ll ll H ki L3 i I !' U