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OXILT CAPITAL JOUUfAL, EALEM, OKEOOK, WEDNESDAY, MAT 28, 1913.
STORE CLOSED ALL DAY DECORATION DAY I m f,nt)H,)tM(M HUH Just to end the Springtime Sale With a Flourish We offer you the following great extra specials, in addition to the many wonderful offer-, ings that we have previously advertised. Sale CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 31. MM x .. tX .... XX . 4 MCM'C C111TC X $1.50 Silk Hosiery 98c I $1.50 and $1.25 i $1.50 and $1.25 T A II f Pretty Lingerie X Ladies Hand Bags Waists 98c f 4 MEN'S SUITS SLENDID $15.00 SPECIALS t SEE THEM X 98c ItMUtMMMtttM WOMEN'S and MISSES' COATS f GREAT SPECIAL I $8, $9 and $10 I . . $1.25 Long Gingham X f and Sateen Petticoats 98c t 1 X i $1.50 and $1.25 X Cotton Blankets X 98c S1.25 Golf and Negli gee Shirts 98c The DRESS GOODS SALE IS A HUMMER. BUY NOW All Silk Messaline Petticoats $1.89 each. See them. You will be pleas ed and sur X jTS Notice of Proposed Establishment and Ee-establishment or Change of Grade on Market Street and the Garden Road, Which Is the Extension There of From the Center Line of Church Street to the East City Limits. Notice is hereby given that the com mon council of the city of Salem, Ore gon, proposes to establish certain offi cial grades and to re-establish and change other official grades on Mar ket street and the Garden Road be tween the conterline of Church street and the east city limits. The grades which are proposed to be established, re established and changed by the com mon council are described as follows, to-wit: At the intersection of tho center lines of Church and Market Btreets at an elevation of forty-two and eight- tenths (42.8) feet, said elevation being a confirmation of the grade estab lished by ordinance No. 661 of the city of Salem, Oregon. At the intersection of the center lines of Cottage and Market streets, at an elevation of forty-four and eight tenths (44.8) feet, said elevation being a confirmation of the grade established by ordinance No. 574 of the city of Salem, Oregon. At the intersection of the center lines of Winter and Market streets tho elevation is re-established and changed to an elevation of forty-four and three tenths (44.3) feet, said elevation be ing a modification and change from the grade established by ordinance No. 578 of the city of Salem, Oregon. At the intersection of the center lines of Summer and Market streets at an elevation of forty-six (46.0) feet said elevation being a confirmation of the grade established by ordinance No. 909. At the intersection of the center lines of Capitol and Market streets at u. I..'. .yV . j Doctor Stone's Headache Tablets Will stop that I splitting headache 10c and 2.1c. SB. STONE'S Q. E. Horse Liniment cures that lame horse without the loss of a hair. Price (1.00, large bottle. DR. STONE'S Q. L. Cures at once that smarting burning bladder in women. Trice 75c. DR. STONE'S Sella tho "Honest John" truss, the best on the market today, for little, big, old or young. DR. STONE'S Dollar watches will get you to the train, steamboat, dinner, to bed all on time, and you will never miss a cog. Guaranteed for one year. DR. STONE'S Drug store, Salem, Oregon. The only cash drug store In the state. an elevation of forty-nine and five tenths (49.5) feet, said elevation be ing a confirmation of the grade es tablished by ordinance No. 576. At the intersection of the center lines of McCoy avenue and Market Btreet, at tn elevation of fifty-one and five-tenths (51.5) feet. At a point on the center line of Market street, which is three hundred (300) feet east of the center line of McCoy avenue, at an elevation of fifty-three and throe-tenths (53.3) feet. At the intersection of the center lines of 32th and Market streets at an elevation of fifty-three and three tents (53.3) feet. At the intersection of the center lines of 14th and Market streets at an elevation of fifty-three and five-tenths (53.5) feet, the center line of 14th street being defined in accordance with the plat of Rosedale addition to said city. At the intersection of tho northerly projection of the center line of 1.1th street in Frickey's Railroad addition with the center line of Market street, at an elevation of fifty-four and five tenths (54.5) feet. At the intersection of the northerly projection of the center line of 14th street in Frickey's Railroad addition with the center line of Market street, at an elevation of fifty-Bix and seven tenths (56.7) feet. At the intersection of the Northerly projection of the center lino of 15th street in Frickey's Railroad addition with the center line of Market street, at an elevation of fifty-seven and seven-tenths (57.7) feet. At the intersection of the northerly projection of the center line of 16th street in Knglewood addition with the center line of Market street at an ele vation of fifty-nine (59.0) feet. At tho intersection of the center lines of 17th and Market streets at an elevation of sixty-three and five tenths (63.5) feet, said elevation be ing a confirmation of the grado estab lished by ordinance No. 993 of said city. At the Intersection of the northerly projection of the center line of 18th street in Englewood addition with the center line of Market street, at an ele vation of sixty-eight and five-tenths (68.5) feet. At the Intersection of the northerly projection of the center line of 19th street in Englewood addition, and the center line of Market street, at an ele vation of seventy-three and six-tenths (73.6) feet. At a point whirh is the intersection of the present easterly city limits and the center line of Mark et street at an elevation of seventy-seven and seven tenths (77.7) feet. All persons owning property adjacent to said Market street, and the Garden Road, whifh Is the extension thereof, or tho part thereof described above and upon which it is proposed to establish and also re-establish and change the official grades am hereby notified to make and file their written remon strances, if any they have, with the c'ty recorder, aiminst the said estab lishment, re establishment and change of graces within the period of ten (10) days from the final publication of this notice, and unless the owners of more than two-thirds majority of the super ficial area of the property adjacent to aid Market atreet and the Garden Road, or the part thereof particularly affected by said proposed establish ment, re-establishment and change of grade, remonstrate in the manner pro vided by the charter of the city of Sa lem, Oregon, within the period above named, the common council will proceed to establish and re-establish and change the grades of said Market street and the Garden Koad, at the ele vations set forth in thiB notice by the passage of an ordinance on or after twenty (20) days from the date of tho first publication of this notice. This notice is published for ten (10) days in a daily newspaper published in the city of Salem, Oregon, the first publication being the 27th day of May, 1913. CHA8. F. ELGIN, City Recorder. It would surprise you to know of the great good that ia being done by Cham berlain's Tablets. Darius Downey, of Newberg Junction, N. D., writes, "My wife has been using Chamberlain's Tablets and finds them very effectual and doing her lots of good." If you have any trouble with your stomach or bowels give them a trial. For salo by all dealers. "high-browed" female may pos sess the Bamo brand of fascination as the bearded lady in a dime museum. A Bailable Hair Tonle. It ii an easy matter to prevent ball ness, dandruff and other diseases of the scalp by using Meritol Hair Tonic. It should be used regularly to keep the scalp free of dandruff germs, as these germs are the cause of the majority i t cases of dandruff and later, baldness, We are authorized to guarantee Mori tol Hair Tonic. Capital Drug Store. Child ren s Wash Suits Our stock contains the new t style and cuts in wash suits for boys. A large assort- 1 ment to select from in T whites and colored suits. AH guaranteed fast colors, Ages 2 1-2 to 6 years Prices $2.00 to $4.00 Salem Woolen Mills! Store TEN PER CENT OF THE S The Larger Part, Though, Had Conditions- Attached, Which May Pre vent Acceptance. The time for making popular subscrip tions to the city of Salem's $383,000 five per cent sewer bond issue came to a close at 5 o'clock yesterday after noon, and the records in the recorder's office show a total of $38,500 was de sired conditionally and unconditionally. The conditions on $35,000 of the sub scription are such that it is doubtful if the council will accept. J. R. Linn, agent, of Salem, offers to take $25,000, but stipulates that they shall bear the loot mn((. rvx.:. .-..1.1 ' ...a.uK.j uaiD. mia wuuiii mean that he would get $19,000 in 20-year bonds and $6000 in 19-year bonds. Tt has been generally admitted that 20 year bonds would bring par or better. The bonds mature at the rate of $19,000 annually for 20 years. The Clatskanie State Bank wants $10,000 in bonds to run not leas than three years. Alex. Daue, of Salem is the only un conditional offer tendered. He is wil ling to take $1000 in bonds and pay for them at par. For Sewer Assessments. Others subscribed for bonds did so' on condition that the subscription meant that their sewer assesment, paid some time ago, would be counted as cash, and they bo given bonds in return. The to tal of this class of subscriptions reached $2500. The subscribers are as follows: Scott Paige, $100; Eugene Eckerlen, $200; Charles Kroft, $300; Mrs. Matil da Stellman, $100; Krank Kubin, $50; V. Kurz, $75; Willis R. Folks, $223; Au gust Schnuolle, $475; J. R. Boysell, $125; R. R. Ryan, $30; Mabel James, $S0; Schramm & Hunt, $500. The council will take action on the matter Monday night. It is a disputed question, whether the city can issue bonds to those who paid in assessments for sewers. Recorder Elgin took their subscriptions, and it will be up to the council to apportion tho' bonds. There waB a misunderstanding yester day afternoon between tho recorder and J. R. Boysell. Boysell understood the rocorder to say that he could not sub scribe for the bonds. He returned with Minton, and Recorder Elgin stated that he had made no such statement, but had told him that he could take his 1 subscription, although he could not hand him over the bonds. The rocorder ad-1 mitted he had expressed doubts about HER HANDS AND ARMS MADE MARVEL011SLY BEAUTIFUL IN A SINGLE NIGHT IJEE PRESCRIPTION DID IT. C'amiiie de Verlae says: "'Had any one told me such wonderful results ould be accomplished so quickly, I pos itively would not have believed it. My arms and hands were covered with tan and freckles; my neck was dark and discolored from the use of high collars. All these defects were obliterated by one application of a free prescription, which I am pleased to give to any one. It's just s simple as it is effective. Go to any drug store and get a onc-onnce bottle of Kuklux Compound. Pour the entire contents into a two-ounce bottle, add one-quarter ounce of witch hazel and fill with water. Prepare this pre scription at your own home. Apply uight night and morning. It makes the skin soft and beautiful, no matter how rough and red it maay be. One appli cation will delight you. I have given this prescription to thousands of wo men and they are all just as enthusias tic as I am. Try it on your face, neck and shoulders, and you will be agree ably surprised. It is deliciously cool and soothing and is not affected by perspiration, It will not rub off." the letralitv of tnrnintr over hnmlg in cancelling assessments. CHERRY FAIR JULY 4TH (Continued from page one.) upon motion of Geo. F. Rodgers, it was voted to hold the Cherry Fair and a big celebration at the same time. In fact, it was voted to "whoop 'em up," and invite everybody else to join in. Music Promised. J. R. Ellington, the manager of the Ellington-White Chautauqua organiza tion, said that he will be glad to assist in making the fair and celebration a success by bringing the White City band here, and that arrangements have been made to have Senator Burton, of Cherry Fair; kill two birds with one an address. A suggestion was advanced by F. G. Deckebach to the effect that more new features were needed met with the approval of all at the meeting. Bands from every district In the country will be invited and special invitations will Who Can Solve This Mystery ? PUZZLING FINGER PRINTS Furnish the only clew to a ft Si SENSATIONAL MURDER f h w WHO MADE THEM? Was it the dead man's beautiful ward, who M had millions to gain m:.M t!. ... .... I A A.J ' 'vA p Was it his son, irom wnom ne naa pancu f'Mltlin anger? mm Or was it some interested third party or an accomplice ? ONLY THE FINGER PRINTS CAN TELL l vr til uimu(i rvww sy IheArgyle use Novelized by J. W. McConaughy from the successful play by Harriet Ford, Harvey J. O'Higgins and De- tective William J. Burns. $fM$ ?tM Soon to Begin In This Paper EMBROIDERED Flouncings by Express They arrived at last. We wanted them badly; you've wanted them, and you'll want them more than ever when you see them. These imported, embroidered, Voile flouncings are 45 inches wide and are really the daintiest we've seen in many moons the best values for the price. These are very popular, and also very scarce. The girl graduate will appreciate these dainty creations of the Swiss peasant's for her dress. 45 inches wido, white and colored, with bandings to match. Also some Bulgarian effocts; yard 80 Cents to $2.00 Always fit a fine gar ment over THOMSON'S ll "OLOVEJTmNfP CORSETS. , Thompson's Glove - Fitting Corsets And the result will be a happy surprise We have just received a lot of the latest mod els in all sizes. s Ay iQa4S& Oscar be sent out to several other organiza tions to take part in the three-day fes tivity. The committees wore selected and Fred Bynon waa elected president. Fred's ability as a "livo chap" is well known, and that he will do his Bhare with s good measure goes without say ing. Joe Baumgartner was chosen sec retary and H. O. White, treasurer, two other woll known Salem live wires. HIGH SCHOOL PROQBAM , WILL BE GIVEN TONIGHT Tho high school will be open at 7:30 this evening for the inspection of pa: Irons. The industrial departments will be in operation and a good idea may be obtained of tho progress made in new education. At 8:30 all will be called to tho assembly room, where an addi tional exhibit will be shown, A little program of interest will bo given there by tho pupils. Work of the girls in the physical department will be shown in tho gym, after tho assembly program. Miss Ktliol Morriain has boon success ful in drilling the pupils in a program for graduation week. Notice of Improvement of South High Street. Notice is hereby given that the com mon council of the city of Salem, Ore gon, deems it expedient and hereby de clares its intontion to forthwith Im-, prove South High street from the south lino of Bush street to the north line of Iloyt street with Bituminous Mi cadam, Ponotration Method, at the ex pense of the abutting and adjacent property within the said limits, in ac cordance with the plans and specifica tion for said street improvement aa heretofore adopted by the common council of said city,- and on file in tho office of tho city recorder, which are heroby referred to for a detailed de scription of said improvement and made a part of this notice by such reference. Written remonstrance against the said proposed improvement may be mado at any time within ten (10) days from the final publication of this no tice In the manner provided by the city charter. This notice ii published for, ten (10) days by order of the common council, the date of the first publics tlon being the 20th day of May, 1913. CHAS. F. ELGIN, City Recorder. Notice of Improvement of Wash ington Street Notice ia hereby given that the com mon conucll of the elty of Salem, Ore gon, deem is expedient and hereby de clares it intention to forthwith im prove Washington street from the east line of Fairmount Avenue to the west line of Fir atreet with six-inch gravel y cement concrete pavement at the ex pense of the abutting and adjacent . ' property within the said limits in sc- ' cordance with the plans and apecifi- -I cations for said street improvement, as heretofore adopted by the common council of said city, and on file in the office of the city rocorder, which sre hereby referred to for a dotailod de scription of said Improvement and made a part of this notice by such reference. Written remonstrance against the said proposed improvement may be made at any time within ten (10 days from the final publication of this notice in the manner provided by the city charter. Thia notice la published for ten (10) days by ordor of the common council, the date of the first publica tion being the 20th day of May, 1013. CHAS. F. ELGIN, City Keorder. Constipation Cured. Dr. King's New Life Pills will relieve constipation promptly aud got your bowels in healthy condition again. John Suspic, of Sanbury, Pa., says: "Thoy sre the best pills I ever used, and I ad vise everyone to use them for constipa tion, Indigestion and liver complaint." Will help yon. Price 25c. Recommended by J. C. Perry. Wonderful Bkln Balvs. Buclilcn's Arnica Salve is known ev erywhere aa the best remedy made for all diseases of the skin, and also for burns, bruises and bolls. Reduces in flammation and Is soothing and healing. J T. Sossamon, publisher of Nows, of Corelius, S. C, writes that one box helped his serious skin ailment after other remedies failed. Only 25c. Bee oinmendcd by J. C. Perry. o be Theatre BEGINNING TODAY MISS ROONEY In Popular Songs. REX "THE SMUGGLER'S DAUGHTER" In two reels; and it's good "HER HERO'S PREDICAMENT NESTOR "THE VIOLET BRIDE" POWERS