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DAILY CAPITAL JOUINAL. BALEM, OKEOOX, THTJESDAY, MAT 22, 1913.
FAGS TITS. mmm Saturday Special Table Napkins Fine Linen j Beautiful Patterns : FE Suits $10 to $30 Waist Linens Saturday Only y 90c values 69c I 85c values 64c f 7Sc values 49c X Saturday Only Kuhd Mfe Ctotbes Snappy Clothing That smartly dressed men wear, the kind that gives SAT ISFACTIONALL WOOL and made' so well that they retain their shape through rough wear. They are handsomely styled, high qualitied SUITS MILES AHEAD of THE OR DINARY ready to wear gar ments. SEE OUR GREAT EX IRA SPECIALS, SUITS at $15.00. , Dozen $8.00 napkins, $6.50 $6.00 napkins $4.50 $5.00 napkins $3.95 X $4.00 napkins $3.19 $3.50 napkins $2.89 t $3.00 napkins $2.49 I $1.50 napkins $1.25 napkins $ r. . .1 Tl T oacuraay oniy. inese are X Landscape at Fair Grounds Is Being Transformed and New Record Will Be Made. That the floral features of the state fair will eclipse all previous years is not unlikely from the present indie tions. Hugh Bryan, who has charge of the landscape work, has had wonderful success for far, and the backward sea son lends itsolf admirably to floral culturo, for the reason that it will bring the plants into bloom during fair time. Three new firms are growing exhi bition dahlias, and will have 1000 va rieties that have never before been shown herei In addition to the usual large display of asters, geraniums and cammas, there will be a , great display of bedding plants. A. total of 600 tuberous begonia will be bordered by 400 vernon begonia, making 1000 in all, and these will be in bloom during fair week. Such a flora display cannot be seen at any other state fair in the country. BEAUTIFUL HANDS AND ARMS . A FAMOUS BEAUTY GIVES BECKET TO THE WORLD A Free Prescription Ton Can Prepare at Tour Own Home. Many women take perfect care of their face and clothes, yet neglect their hands. Rough,, red hands, are almost as unattractive as ill-kept teeth. It is a simple, easy matter to keep your hands smooth and beautiful, he following prescription, which you can compound at your own home, is famous for the marvelous, instantaneous re suits it gives: Get fron your druggist one ounce of Kuklux Compound. Put it in a two ounce bottle, add a quarter Of an ounce of witch hazel, fill with water and Bhake well. You will be surprised at the result when applied to your hands, arms, face, neck or shoulders. Blemishes of every kind disappear as if by magic. Freck les, tan, rough skin, coarse pores yield instantly to thiB application. It is de liriously cool and soothing and is not affected by perspiration. It will not rub off. This is the prescription of a lamous Parisian beauty. annHHsnnBnnnanBHnnBURKiBTN. OF I GAINS MADE BY BAPTIST CLUB Maintain Lead by an Increasing. Mar gin in Capital Journal's Bargain Contest. . The Baptist Women's club maintain ed the leal in the voting yesterday in the Capital Journal's refund bargain contest a'nl made great gains, while the Woman's lielief Corps took second place. Tha Playground fund is in third place. Interest i n the contest is stead ily growing. Today's standing follows: Baptist Women's Club 8303 rfomen's I.'elief Corps ., 6085 Playground Fund 5270 Ladios of the G. A. R 5065 MisB Kato Wiseman 4870 Ladies' Aid M. E. Church 4440 St. Joseph's Church 4215 Y. M. C. A 4190 Woodmen of the World - 4095 Moose Lodge 3935 Episcopal Church 3125 Mrs. Emma Smith 3885 Silver Boll Circle, W. of W 2580 Commons Mission 25C5 Police Force 2075 Degree of Honor 1785 Fire Department 1105 Modern Woodmen of America 1000 Explanation and Conditions Securing votes in The Journal's Re tund Bargain Contest is simple. All that is necessary to do is to call for a cash check or receipt when making pur chases at any store advertising on the Bargain Page which appears in this papor eery Tuesday and Friday for a period of ten weeks commencing May 6, 1913, and ending July 19, 1913. Bring or mail these checks to The Journal office within ten days of the purchase date, where five votes will be issinl for every five cents rcpre sented on the checks. These voting slips are to be depos ited in the ballot box at thiB office for the contestants you are voting for. Every contestant is entitled to one nomination coupon which may be used any time during the first two weeks of the contest. This coupon when neatly cut out and trimmed and properly filled is worth 1000 votes. All cash checks must be in this office not lator than Saturday, July 21, 1913. Persons employed by this paper or in the stores advertising on the Bargain Page are the only ones barred from participation In th contest. Nomination Coupon Good for lOOO Votes Capital Journal's Refund Bargain Contest, $100 in cash I free. 1 For Address i. (Good for nomination and only one allowed each Con- testant. Must be used within five days of date. THURSDAY, MAT 22, 1913. ' E LOT OF WILL START HERE Entries in Four Classes Close and Lists Are Announced by Secretary .of Fair. Announcement was made today by Secretary Meredith of the state fair as-' Bociation, of the number of entries in tha 2:24 trot, purse $1000; 2:12 trot, purse $1)000; 2:2.r pace, purse 1000; and 2:118 pace, puree $5000;. The 2:04 pace and f :09 trot did not fill and are therefore declared off. There are 14 entries in the 2:24 trot, 17 entries in the 2:12 trot, 21 entries in the 2:25 pace and 14 entries in the 2:08 pace. Oregon, Saskatchewan. Alberta, Colorado, Utah, Washington, Idaho, California, Manitoba and Montana are represent!. The list is a splonuid one and assures great races here. Prefers to Meet Ritchie and Thus Hang Onto His Title That Much Longer. trjNITXD P TIERS U1SED WIU. San Frnncisco, May 22. Prediction that Joo Rivers never will meet Bud Andorson through fear of the Medford boy's prowess is freely voiced here to day by San Francisco fans who jour neyed to Los Angeles to witness the Mandot-Anderson bout. For this rea- son, they say, Rivers prefers to meet Ritchie in San Francisco for the title July 4, rather than jeopardize his ring future by clashing with Anderson in Los Angeles on that date. Rivers had promised to fight before Promoter Me- Carey's club on that date, but it is said he is trying hard to get his release. Me Carey planned to stage the winner of the Mand'.t Anderson bout with Rivers, James J., Joffries former heavy weight champion, is one of Anderson's strongest boosters, according to the re turning fnns here. He declares the Medford boy is the strongest light weight he ever saw and is certain to be the next champion. ODD FELLOWS ELECT Decide on McMinnvllle as Place of Meeting for the Grand Lodge in 1914. lerry Boxes & Crate Carried in Stock SPAULDING LOGGING CO. Front and Ferry Salem, Oregon Medford, Or., May 22 McMinnville was given the 1914 Grand Lodge con vention of the I. O. O. F. by unanimous vote thiB morning. The delegates from the northern city promiso royal enter tainment and are jubilant over the con vention 's decision. The grand lodge this morning elected the following officers at the most im portant election held during the con vention. To H. J. Tayior, of Pendleton, goes the honor of grand master and tho oth er honors wero as follows: Deputy grand mBHter, William Gallo way, Salem; grand warden, John Hall, Marshfiell; grand secretary, E. E. Bha ron Portland; grand treasurer, Q. U. Doane, The Dalles; senior gand repre sentative, A. W. Bowersox, Albany; ju nior gTaud representative W. A, Wheeler, Portland. Mr. Wheeler is tho retiring grand master. He was given an ovation as well as being honored by the office of representative. Porto Rica to Show. Ickitid ruins uinu wist. San Francisco, May 22. Tho Porto Rican site at the Panama-Pacific expo silicon was dedicated here this after noon by R. M. L'uevas, commissioner from Porto Rico, who came here for that purpose. Prior io the dedication, the Porto Rican commissioner was tendered luncheon at the fit. Francis hotol by the exposition directors. He will leave Fri day for New York and return at once to Porto Rico. When an ex-widow wants to name the baby after her first husband "he uses poor judgment. BEEF STILL SOARING IN NORTHWEST MARKETS ONiTin r-mss uism. wiaa.l Tacoma Wash., May 21. Nothwith- standing the arrival of more than twen ay curs of Iowa corn fed beef at Car sten's Packing plant, prices today soar ed on steer beef to 1-1 'j cents a pound, At this price jobbers must ask 22 cents a pound. The advance affects the en tire Pacific coast. Thomas Carstons, the local packer, at tributes the advance to a scarcity of cattle, made by numerous farmors en tering the dairy Industry. He advo cates the removal of duty on Canadian cattle. Peter Pan" Witnessed by House Crowd 3d to Standing Room Only at Grand Opera House. Before one of the largest houses that has ever filled the Grand, Maud Adams last evening played "Peter Pan" in er own incomparable way. It was a splendid presentation of the land of make believe and the audience was re sponsive and appreciative. Even skep tics, who disbelieve fairy stories, were carried awny by the portrayal and the younger folks found in it what they have long believed and longed to see glimpse of Never Never land. The action of the play centers around Peter Pan, as played by Maud Adams, and she, win beyond eriticism. There was standing room only for those who bought tickets last night, and hundreds were turned away two hours after the seat sale opened. The Grand is too small for first-class play. Socialists '. ' Condemn. ' ' tnitiRD paass umbu wim.1 San Francisco, May 21. The Social ist party local of San Francisco has adopted resolutions condemning the incarceration of "Mother Jonee" and a number of minora ih West Virginia, and by resolution calls upon President Wilson to "enforce the constitution of the United States, and tee that a re publican form of government exists in that state, and that each of our com rades who has been so nnjUBtly dealt with shall be liberated at once." Copies have been sent to President Wilson and to Congressman John I. Nowland, San Francisco 's .union labor representative. Showed Them the Pace. UNITED FUSS UUD WIRI. New York, May 21. The British, Belgium andAustralian peace delegatos from the government prison at Fort did firsthand idea of America's re pntcd swiftness and dash. During their 15 days' Btay here th delegates traveled 4000 miles, or a daily average of 206 2-3. They were guosti at 55 formal breakfasts, luncheons an dinners, or an average of 2 2-3 formal meals a day. (Continued from page one.) as the streams of water will be directed that way from tho top of the Masonic tomplo. The demonstration will give one an idea of the efficiency of the Salem fire department, and one which will be the first ever held hore. Tho Hubbard band, one of the fin est musical organizations to appear in Salem so far this week, was on the streets today, and will furnish the music for tonight's entertainment. The band is composed of finished musicians and tho music rendered is up in "G," or as much higher as you care to go. Big Time Last Night. With the Salem Military band to tickle the cars and fraternnlism and carnival spirit , prevailing, last night proved to bo a winner, In both attend ance and entortainmcnt. The big fra ternal parade was a hummer. About ten blocks of marchers were led by the band and three orders, the Moose, Maccabons and Woodmen of tho World appearing. The parade was the largest ever seen in the city, and several flash light pictures were takm from differ ent points. . The silver loving cup for the best drillod team was won by the Order of Maccabees, The contest was held. In front of the Mooso hall and County Clerk Uehlhar, Carle Abraams and C. L. Imiis wero the judges. Those partici pating in the contest, besides tho win ners, wore tho Mooso and W. O. W. Fine Time Tomorrow. There will be something doing, and doing right tomorrow in Salem, as that date has been set as Pallas-Balem date. In fact, this day is set asido for every citizen in Polk, Yamhill and Clackamas counties. The Dallas hand, an organi zation concedod to be among the lead ing ones In the Northwest, will arrive tomorrow morning, and furnish music for tho carnival, and the Moose from every city in the three counties will be on hand to stir things. Another big auto parado will be held tomorrow, and many cars are expected to arrivo from Polk county, Dallas es pecially, to take part. There never was a time when people appreciated the real merits of Chamber lain's Cough Remody 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 cough or cold give it a trial and be come acquainted with Its good quali ties. For tale by all dealers. A man living at Auburn, New York had a severo attack of kidney and blad der trouble. Being a working man, not wanting to lose time nor run up heavy doctor's bill, he cured himself completely by using Foley Kidney Pill A year lator he says: "It is a pleas ure to report that the cure was per manent." He haB had -no return what ever of the pain, backache and burn ing. His name is J, A. Farmor, and h says: "Of course I rocommeud Foloy Kidney Pills as a very effective- cure for kidney and bladder trouble" D Stone Drug. Co. FATHER GETS A JOB SON FACES THE PEN tUSlTKD riUtRS LAIU WtU. Washington, Mny 22. The nomina tion of State Senator Caminetti, of California to be eommissionorgenora of immigration, succeeding Daniel O Keefe, of Detroit, waB sent to tho sen ate today by President Wilson, And many an ought-to-be man isn '' 4 Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevei D B. T. FELIX GOURAUOS OMENTA! 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First TniBt Company of Portland, de crease. Bishop's Ready Tailored Suits Constipation Cured. Dr. King's New Life Pills will relieve constipation promptly and get your bowels in healthy condition again. John Suspic, of Sanbury, Pa., says: "They are the best pills I ever used, and I ad vise everyone to use them for constipa tion, indigestion and liver complaint." Will help you. Price 23c, Recommended by J. C. Perry. $15 to Are the kind that will please you. We have them in box-back models, as well as the more conserv ative cuts. In all wool and worsted fabricsbesides the largest selection to choose from. Salem Woolen Mills Store s "If Pays in the End" "This is better; than going away to the f country and leaving poor hubby to sit lonely and disconsolate in a hot city horne." , We handle all stylet and sizes of G-E Electric Fans The Leaders of the IMarket, The Electric Company S3 iMiiiiiiiiiiain r-M ,aixjE0iiiiiEiiiiii; mmSSSSSStmm Huie Wing Sang Co. Big Stock of Fancy Goods and Dry Goods We nave made up all kinds of Wrappers, Kimonos, Waist, Whito Underwear and all kinds of Bilk Goods, House Dresses, Men's and Chil dren's Buita, Pants and Overalls, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear. All kinds of overshirts, and all colors of Sweaters, Bhoes, Ladies' and Girls' Fancy Dresses, Fancy Neckwear, Ladies' and Gents' Hose, Embroidery, Lace, Silk Scarfs, Chlnaware, Matting, cte. All Goods Must be Sold to Pay for Due Bills 325 N. COMMERCIAL ST. SALEM, OREGON.