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DAILY CAPITAL JOOBNAL, BALEM, OEEQOW, I'KIDAY, ' AUGUST 22, 1913. TODAY IS REMNANT FRIDAY As lisunl we will sell any or all of our stork of rentiinnts, iueludinn; all kind? of fnbries, ribbons, laces and embroideries at ONE-HALF PRICE- Visit the store toduy and look them over. Of I nierestto Men A Rousing Sale of Shoes and Oxfords at Meyers We have a number of short lines which we intend to close out.' These shoes and oxfords are of the Meyers quality and should not be judged according to these low prices. You men and young men should avail yourselves of this event and purchase several pairs, for they are worth much more than we ask. Note the prices. Men's $5.00 Shoes, Special $3.10 a pair Men's $4.00 Shoes, Special $2.98 a pair In patent, tan and gun metal leathers. Button and lace styles. Men's $5.00 Oxfords, Special $2.49 a pair Men's $4.00 Oxfords, Special $2.29 a pair A short line Men's $3.50 and $4 Oxfords $1.00 See the Window Display Special 20 per cent Sale of Women's Pumps and Oxfords Special 20 per cent sale of Women's Pumps and Oxfords, including all of the present season's styles. ' Careful attention given to the fitting of feet. The House of Quality V 1 XseT .- 1 - E J .COODlGOODS -,. 44 MM t--e-4. - H4'M--lI Capital City Brevities fy Regular nioutiiir uf Do y Molay Cuminunilery No. 'iiljr'' ' """ uvt,"'"l. A full uttoniliiueo is ro quont 'il . By oi dor of tho Eminent Com mander. Vinilin( Kir Kiii;lits wuhinuie. Order your plunm nt Thielncn 'k. J)r. F. h. Utter, dentist, auito 415-116-417 Mnuonii! bulhlinn. The Ohi'iiiiins will drill tonight nt H u'eloek nt the eity hull armory. Mrs. I), II. Mustier ami i-hihlten have Hone to Oregon City on n visit. Mr. and Mm. Iliinald ('. lilover hnv returned from nu outing nt Cnsea I'll. Choicest watermelons in town at Thielseu 's. Hee our new lino of buffets, china elosets anil Lents ilininn Inlile, new whs finish. Cnlef llios. Mr. ami Mrs. William llrnwii and son, Clifford, are outing ut Seal ttoeka this week. Miss Mary Ciuiiiiiiliiuii, of Vancouv er, It. ('., is visiting h(ir cousin, Mrs. Clyde ltice, at "7.'i Center street. I. I Holder, the night operator at tho local Western I'niou office, has (rone to Seattle to visit fur a few days. Miss llerthu Schnltz has none to Al bany, where she will spend the next two weeks, visit iuy, friends and rela tives, Kverylhinjj itlovrs, :;uit elites (in leather or rattan), tents, turps, dulflc lilies, etc, for the hup pie'ier or eiimpor at I'!, Khnl'cr's, the saddle and har ness man, IS7 Month Commercial street. " liilinthn," in the love story of 14 girl, who was pluin, met the 11111.1 she loved llml her ureal fear was that s!ie would loin him., because of Iter own plain looks. I'inally she married him, 11111I keeps lii in nt home by having 11 l,x of Tnilimoos always 011 band, Alornl. Clunpest peaches in Suleui at Thiel- .i-m I'ro.l Meyers, a mber of the '"Cog- gery" firm, lias returned from a brief business trip to Portland. Mr. anil Mrs. Carey I''. Mailn and little daughter hnvo returned from u pleasant outing up the McKenf.ie river. Ilaseball Sunday, August 24th. li'iigue grounds. Senators vs. Oregon State Penitentiary. ('. .P. Hishop is in receipt of a tele gram from Prof. W, .11. Hlealiney, of Walla Walla, saying that Mrs. Hleali ney was improving, and that he would be here ami occupy the Presbyterian pulpit morning and evening. Cons from (I. S. P. will piny the Sen aator on league grounds, Sunday, Au gust 2-ll.h. Their first game outside the walls In several years. They have a strong tram, and a hot gnmo is ex pected. The last reports of the Northwest Pacific Fruit Distributing Association, in comparison with the 1111:2 crop shows the pear crop to be but HO per cent, prunes (I.) per cent, apples 7(1, liml Al berta peaches Nil per cent. .Mrs. (). A. Stillman, with her son Huh sen, and daughter, Krina, left early this morning tu join her Illinium. 1, formerly pastor of J he Central Congregat ional church of this city, in the new work nt Clear l.nke, Washington. The family has an exceptional place in the hearts' of the neighbors, On stipiiliitiou it has been nj,renl that the defendant in the case uf the Prior ess of the Hcneilictine Convent lit Ml, Angel vs. .1. K. llusmer may have until August 'iH in which to file ail answer. The defendant is being sued for the lib legcd spiteful mid malicious printing of an aitcle in his newspaper, the Silver ton .lournul. Choice fresh fruit of nil kinds at Thielseu 's. Attorney IT. f. Mcl.onghliii, of Seat tle, is registered nt the Hotel Minion. Mrs. Vera A. Colts, of Uoseburg, is visiting her sister, Mrs. II. Huell, in North Salem this week. Mr. ami Mrs. ,1. h. Airderson left, this morning for their home ill Colorado, af ter visiting Salem friends and relatives for the past two weeks. Music is no longer be understood Hud enjoyed by a few. Music has come to be 1111 actual necessity in every home, nnd li. V. Peters, 3 SI Court street, by means of his easy payment plan, is "n abling nil who wish to own a Vietrnla. A chicken, fat, tender nnd juicy for your Sunday dinner is always a treat. We pick and dress our own chickens, so can guarantee perfect satisfaction. Or der one 'or more tomorrow. Sunset gio eery, 121 South Commercial street. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. 1;. Lcnimnu and fam ily have returned from an extensive outing at Newport. Mr. T.oinninn re ports that he and his family bud a high t 11 e, an! that the old o.cn.i wns lust nr. big as ever. .lohn It. Leslie & Co., of Chicago, will soon receive the first carload of lo gan berries ever shipped out of this county, according to II. U. Crawford, manager of the Salem Fruit t'nioii. The berries were dried nml packed in Pirooks, ami were shipped yiisterd.iy. There lire 40,(10 pounds in the shipment and it is worth $10,1)00. "Me for Newport agni!'' mi id Ju lius Huker this afternoon after he had been in the eity but a few bonis, after leaving a train which had curried him from the summer resort here this ninrii ing. So saying, linker hurried to the S. P. passenger station, mid pur iluiM'.l a ticket for the place lie h:id nst left. 'Too iniich heat and not enough water in Salem for me," de clared linker, as he looked nt his suit case, nnd hour, led 11 depot -bound our. 44444444444444t444t44444444444 ACADEMY of the SACRED HEART Under the direction of the Sisters of the Holy Names SALEM, OREGON Must npproved methods, Piimniy, (liamm.'ir nnd High School Popprt ? Iiienls. Complete eourie in M,iie, No interference with religion of pupils, MODERN CONVENIENCES DOMESTIC COMFORTS Schulnslic year begins third Monday in September. ADDRESS SISTER SUVEr.IOR. '44.4444 44444444444444444444444 Iiite .Savage, who .reside 00 his farm east of the city, was in Salem this morning, looking after business mat' ters. -Mr. Savage says the crops are fiue, and that he will be in the city to morrow to attend the big eircus. Prom the Woodburn Independent we loam that lien R. I'tter, a former He lent boy, but iiow of iJeuve-r,' whs mar ried in that eity Friday, August Jj, to Miss Until l'lank, of Woodburn. Obi Sol evidently sJitncd up tor fair yesterday afternoon, as the official weather recorder hero states that, the warmest time of the day was along about II o'clock when the mercury de veloped sufficient speed to reach the !I4 above-mark. The heat wave remain ed above the eity until late at night, and even at nil early hour this morning the heat was noticeable. The business mini wiped up the niuisture nnd pulled at his collar, but nevertheless lit; smiled and thanked his stars that it was no bolter. Wo certainly appreciate the manner in which the iiireha.siiig public respon I ed to our advertisement that another large lot of the celebrated opeii-Uottl", rendered lnrd had been received. It is still selling at lit', cents per pound, and is guaranteed strictly pure. Inde pendent Market, 255 Kerry street. I'hone "'UK Deliveries anywhere, any time. Sam Kozer, of 4he state cnpitol, has figured that there will be a total of 250,000 registered voters in Oregon be fore the third Friday in May, 101 I, when the state primary will be held. Only 11,701 have registered .hirin,! the period from dune 3 to August lit, he says. While those who have registered in 1012 and 101,'t may participate in the special election here Septoivber 10, it is held that everyone must be registered since June 3 in order to vote at the next primary and general election. TO. BE TUNiCLESS IS TO BE STYLELESS This Is Claim of Margaret Mason, Who Says Slit Skut fa Not Kvery . tiling iu Diess. DEATH NOTICES. - RITCHIE FUNERAL. Funeral of Charles Kichter will be from residence at .11)2 South Twenty fourth street Sunday morning nt 10 o'clock. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery. BY MARGARET MASON. (Written for the United Press.) Our little J'tut is almost bare; It will be after, while, p, ' For Millie .using .everything .' For clothes iu latest style;' Our Turkish towels, wnsh. clothes, too Likewise the bathroom innY , ,, She's made into a Freuehy suit And perky walking hat.. The portieres have now become A mantle for the ball. Her Paris waist of sheerest net Was curtains in the hall. Hut what is really worst of nil She's used my tnv'rite luinpshnde for A tunic " Minaret. " AMENDMENT REFUSED. I1NITKD 1'IIKSS UtASHD WIllK. Washington, Aug. 22. The Demo cratic house cnucim refused today, by a vot of 1411 to OS, to insert in the cur rency bill the Noaley-Slierley amend ment, prohibiting ilircctdrs and officers of more than one .bank, or trust com pany from joining the nntlonnl reserve bnnks. (Continued from page 1.) -4-f4-V444.44-f44. thmr a a motor Misimy cycles WATT 81IIPP, Ainnmnltlon, Finning Tackle, Etc. North Commercial Btreet. Phone 303 . v':..,,---;;, Are you nenrsighleiH Are you farsightedl Are you nervous f Do you have headaches t Do your eves blurf It' so, come to me ns n registered T T optometrist, for an examination of the eves and glasses which will SPKPI.V It K I, I F.Y H yniir trouble. 'hy not be helped today t A.McCulloch Optometrist." 01 N. Coinmereial St. phono f-!5 where his assistant Walter Chamber-' lain, wns on duty. "(let out and look after yourself," Perkins called to Chamberlain as lie en tered the room. " I 'II send tho signal." Cbnitihci-laiu left him there, repeating tho "H. O. S." call, the word that goes out over the sen when a ship is iu dis tress. Killed While on Duty. It was S:2!) n. 111. when the striking of the ship warned Perkins. Three niin utes later the vessel's mast, wrested from its fastenings by the listing of the ship, crashed down upon the little wire less opornting room, a huge wave came up and wiudieil across the place whore Perkins had been and then the ship went down and carried with it in the operating room, the body of Perkins, perhaps crushed by the mast and saved the awful suffocating that conies to those who drown. One of those who still lives tolls that, above the noise of tho tearing of the most from its fastenings and the cries of those who were fearful of the death that was to come, the crashing sound of the wireless rose nnd went its way to sculler broadcast, but not to fall on hu man ears, tho story of another stricken ship. Killed by Wreckage. The steamer Northwestern, of the Alaska Steamship Company, arrived here lit l'-'iMO o'clock today, bringing, ill addition to her regular passengers and crew, 111 pn igers and IS mem bers of the crew of the State of Cali fornia. Thp Northwestern also brought down the bodies of ten of the victims of the disaster. Agent A. X. Floyd, of the Pacific Const Steamship Company, one of the survivors of the wreck, said, in bis opinion, comparatively few of the vie timse died by drowning, but were killed by falling musts and rigging, and by being crushed iu the wreckage. ' UNITEU rilBSS LIMBED WinE.J .Now York, Aug. 22. No matter if your skirts are slit fore and aft, they will still be on the outskirts of Fnshion unless they are overtopped with the omnipresent wired tunrc dubbed " le Minaret." Positively to be tuniclcss is to be styleless. Built of popular chiffons nnd like diaphanous materials. these lampshade affairs are. weighted aroiiiui tneir wired extremities with the most diveise of trimmings. Olio origin little chiffon frock of Nattier blue has the tunic weighted with a narrow bund of mink, while yet another of sage green tulle is finished with a bobbing border of cherries. Hull fringe in nt,t (old or silver is another favorite fin- isli. The furtriniming of the late summer frocks is steadily gaining fnvor. .Not only as a border for tunics, but as band i"B on the hems of lingerie gowns, er mine and other short-haired furs aro very chic. When the leaves begin to full all the smart tailor suits will havo a generous trimming of fur either dved a la Futurist or true to nature. Velvet gowns fur banded will take on renewed life for their third successful season and evening Wrnw and mantles of soft velours will all sport wide fur '"liars. Already these gorgeous ,. ties nro being pressed into service around bare throats, ami it is very smart to wear the garment slipping carelessly off ullc shoulder, particularly t voni- shoulder is one of vour good points. Wilder no consideration most your mantle bo fastened. What matter if .vour chest be bared to niitninu blasts if tyrannical Fashion says, "Nay, llttvr, Ojto the newest features of these new ,lr"l wr"l"' a that the fur collars are guiltless of fit d the fur is put around the regi,,,, of your knees in the erstwhile favorite fashion elegant I.V called the potato sack. Another e.-ho of the pst come into ,' " '""il'l" own again is tho short " " g.ove 0. white, won, with an elbow l"-vo. f thi fad takes a tight grip 0,1 f"" "" and henrts we are .1"'" to hear n wail from the glove man ulacturors ""'.V "iml to that sent, up Oy the pett.ie.ont and material trust heads when the tight skirts first ,., into favor. What the Niniche hat is lo the 8m '"r girl, the tam o 'shunter promises to lie to the winter maid. Mado of black velvet, they are already much i evi dence on many pretty heads. Ono particularly 'lovely model thni simply reeked of Hue de In Paix was worn on tin. avenue the otn,,r ()llv one of the best dressed women in New York. It wns of thnt newest, of new NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Senleil proposnls for furnishing labor nnd material required for full comple tion of two separate and distinct build ings and the finishing only of a brick hospital building (nggregnling in cost about $15,000) to be erected on proper ty located about one and one half miles north of the city of Snlem, and known at tho Oregon State Rchool for the Denf, will bo opened by the Oregon Stale Hoard of Control, Friday, August 25, 113, nt 2 p. in., at the stnte cnpitol building. Plans, speciflcntions and proposal sheet may be obtnined at the office of W. O. Knighton, architect cnpitol build Ing, Salem, Ore. H, R. (H)ODIX, Seeretnry Oregon Slato Board of Control. $100 to $1 That you can't beat our bargains. 12 acres in Polk county, two miles west, well improved, $4000; 14 acres on car line ideal subiirbun homo, $10,000; 1 acre in berries, now homo on car line, $1800; 7 acres in berries, 2 miles out) house and barn, $3000; 30 acros, 10 acres in crop, balance timber, 4-room houso, good barn, 7m ilea out $3500; 220 acres in Tolk county, well Iniprov' ed, $22,000; 1 to 5 acres on installments several now homes iu Hnlem on install ments; 500 crss well improved, $00 per aero; sevoral 5 ami 10 acre tracts well improved. We have a cigar stand, pool hall, rooming house, hotel, restaurant, gro cery store, candy store and othor busi ness chances, 20 acres close in, well Improved, $(,. 500. Sovornl prime ranches and hurry tracts at the right price. 10 acres bearing Italian prunes, $2750. We rent Houses and Furnished Rooms. We sell Insurance of all kinds List your bariralni w!k ... and v0 will give you ,qukre treat- prompt and ment. courteous Acme Inveslment Co. A. B. ennvc vt. Phone,; Office, Main 477; residence Main J487. Opposlt. Court Hons 640 Stat. Bt Employment Bureau in Con-nedtion. shades, called " uiggerbrowu" and was made with a narrow visor of velvet in lieu uf a rim, thnt cast a becoming shnde over the wearer's red brown iiajf and blue eyes. It was worn slightly turned up on une side at a lakish angle with a ran, gle upstanding ostrich feather. On one side of its dividing spine the fwtheir was brown and oil the other it .w ebon. These tains have the saving grace of being becoming to almost nny counte nance nnd are llighlaiuisli without be ing ut nil nutlmidish. HURT IN WRECK. fuxiren 1'iiBss i.KAsr.n winB l I.eetonia, Ohio, Aug. 22. Mrs. Sophii Shock, of l.os Angeles, and several nth ers were injured here today when tin! Pennsylvania railroad eastern expressj from Chicago to New York was de railed. Mrs. Shcck received pnlnfijl bruises about the head nod body. j I WEXFORDj WANTED I t If you have money to loan anil wish to get good real estate security that will pay 8 per cent interest, see BECHTEL & EYNON. WHY PAY RENT When you cun get a 5-room house, large lot, bearing fruit trees; 2C down, balance same as rent, $10 per month. Price only $('."0. MODERN BUNGALOW Fp to date and well built 4-room bungalow, electric light and fixtures, bath, toilet, basement, on a paved street; $2."iO down, balance $1" per month. Price $1.")0. FARMS Wo havo choice dairy or stock farms $2i per acre and tip. firnin, hay, potato or hop land 011 the fumnus Howell prairie. $100 per acre uiul up. FINE LOTS Wo hnvo large lots in nil parts of the city. Prices $200 nil I up. Some on easy terms. INSURANCE. The only absolute fire protection is insurnnce iu n reliable company, llech tel & Bynon represent seven such com panies. BECHTEL ft BYNON, Fhone 452. 347 State Si NEW TODAY. TWO CENTS a word for each insertion. WANTED Meat cutter, nt mice. Cnpi till Meat Market. 1"1 SnH. Commer cial street. WANT HI) Man and wife or la.lv who will take care of furnished (1-ioom residence property nt 710 North Front street. Apply after (I p. ill. or until 8 n. 111.. Phone 13. rii it iti'..T small house, close 111. Carey P. Martin. Main 411). wAJ I Ml I iy young mini, experi enced, work on lawns, putting iu wood, or any kind of odd jobs. Tele phone Main l l.")3. W. fl. MOHKIIOPSi:, I), V. M. Conn ty veterinarian. Prompt attention day or night. Offices .lack Darr's feed bnrn, B44 Ferry street. Phono 2199. WANTKD $."00 nt 7 per cent interest at from three to five years, 100 acres, well improved farm within ', mile of Kugeno given as security, no incuni. brance on farm. Address "M. A. J.," Cnpitol Journal. WANTKD Six head first class dairv i'ows. Must be from 3 to 0 years old. Call Main 401 or 1(31. WANTED Experienced airl for irener nl housework. Cull mornings. Main lit, Aib Bellcvue. HOUSE AND LOT-50xl20, 6 bearing encrry trees, i npplo trees, grapes, etc., $025, $100 down, balance $10 per month, 7 per cent interest. What more do you want! See Clyde Rice, 310 Masonic building. WANTED Experienced girl for gen- enii nousework; must bo good cook, neat, clean ami furnish host of refer ences. I'hone Main 1070. FOR SAI.K-linrlnp, at right prices for "up inning. i;nqniro of A. d. (,'ros snn. FOR 8ALE-A11 almost new Singer sowing machine wagon, 040 State atreet. SEW IN (J MACIIINES-Miist bo sold. Jnt eome in and see how chenp we wll sell yon a fine drop-head ma chine, the very best makes, from 12..10 up. Now is the time, (110 Stnte street. SEVEN-ROOM mmK ttll(, 8rilno f" lot on paved street, paving pu,l. nut, ornamental and shade trees, blackberries, loganberries, good gar den spot and well, one block from car Rood location, now renting for per month. All f, lGi0; S00 cash, balance $10 per monhi 7 -cnt. Pnrgain. See Clyde Ri,.e, with ,' 8' ,,,rne" 4 (:'. 31 Masonic temple. $500 will buy a 10-acre prune ranch, tha ti. ?500 will ,ak. the tint payment, and the crop, will take ear eof the balance, if you will He, wilt, T. T. ... w E X F O R D Aayi the Best Picture! Complete ' Change of Program Today Always the "rj Best Picture,'. 1 ; Remember When you Break Your Lenses We can grind n duplicate in , vi-ry short, time. W,. haV( latest up-to-date grinding M. chine in the valley. We en 11 also tct. vim, s,Mul give you the best satinfMia with Toric lenses am) W,( 0 frames, at reasonable prices. Chas. H. Hinges Optician and .lewder Next door to V. H. Hank TENSLAlt CREAM OF At MONDS brings color to U) cheeks. Only at Scliaeftr'i Drug Store. M44-4-4-f4-M-4-f4--HmtW Ml isaWaMaVUWMESbstaiuinJLiBlAid South Salem Box G.' Tray and borry boxes. Fruit imi ! all kinds. Porch uii'l lawu iwifgv screens, f irst-class cabinet son, Phone 308 247 Milln MONEY TO LOAN Oa .farm and city propsrtj. Juki 1 J Scott, oyer Chicago Store, lilta, I ejom. Phoni ltd. NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY AUKGuiKOi imam KeiloV AgeBti . I8i NUti M MONEY TO LOAN f ; 0 Good Heal Estate Setirllj. f THOS. K. F0HD I Over UM flush Bank, Sileft 5 REAL ESTATE. JACOB ft 00. ' I Phone 2424. 206-207 Hubbari M f MONEY TO LOAfij Oa good Keal EiUte HirNj. BECHTEL A HSOJ ' 147 SUto Strut COAL AND WOOD j Prompt delivery. Bole ipM j the Tamona Bock Springs Coal CAPITAL rUEIi 00. I B. H. Jory, auccessor to J. I- ) Phono 210. Tarda oppoait & f senger depot. ; WOOD AND COALf la aay QuanUty. Proms ,u" ! our . ipeclaity. Falls Cltf I Compaay. J7 Nortli j, atrort. Phono Main 81 i r, in III JAr AJttnlS LAUnuai n CLElKlJie WOBKS -.-j No machinery to leaf out delicate fubrlce. Wor " , for and dellforod pfomptlr 445 Porry street. I'hone M. Cherry City j Ice Cr2: t Wcmakca Specialty ; , t Dinner and Lodge ordcj I ! Buy it SC ChemekeU Street j Phone 2482 i 444 318 Masonic Temple.