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T.tZ DAILY CAPITAL JOPTtVAL. 8ATJ;tt. OaEGOM, SATTJSDAY. MAY SO, IBM
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- STORE CLOSED
Attend Our Big
JUNE WHITE SALE
Be on hand Monday morning to share in the won
derful bargains that will make this the most remark
able merchandising event of the summer.
JUNE WHITE SALE
precision of movement. At 3 o'cloek
the parade came down Cnmniercinl,
halting at the Mill crock bridge where
the beautiful ceremony of itrewing
the water with fbiwe,rs for all the un
known sailor dead end they who went
to death amid the gnrgings of desper
ate battle on river and ea was gone
The parade through the city was be-
i tweea lines of patriotic citizens who
! lined the sidewalks, and who stood
with bared heads as the grey veteran
I passed, followed by tho companions
who shared the hardships or war who.
them, and often in no leaser degree.
Company M, O. N. O., led by Captain
liehlhsr and the local band, headed tlm
I procession, and after these came the
Chemawa boya followed by the Veter
ans and the sons of Veterans. Thru
came the Chemawa band occupying tl
post of honor at the head of the Wo
man's Belief Corps. The weather wob
ideal and the occasion one that will
oiig be remembered after the lust of
the sturdy old veterans has passed over
to join the majority that have preced
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will be hostesses. Thev are: Mrs. W.
M. Kick, .Mrs. John 11. Albert, Mrs. K.
T. Barnes, Miss Mnttie Heath, Mrs.
Chauncey Jiishnp, Mrs. Mildred Brooks,
Mrs. A. N. Bush, Miss Ma Chapman,
Mrs. V. A. Kllii.t, Mrs. H. C. Kpuley,.
Mrs. (I. 0. Brown, Mr. Huimford. Mr-.
John II. Lewis, Miss Nina MeNary,
Miss Angio McCulloch, Mrs. B. C.
Miles. Mrs. C. A. 1'nrk, Mrs. G. V. l'ew-
1 therer, Mrs. I'nink hpeurs, Miss Ellen
Tli,,l,n Mr. II H WllllHi'P.
r.,mr.i:n,Aff inff "Mica Atllllv AflntllM
i nnd Miss Fae Goin, of Charter Onk,
houso guests of Mia. 1.. K, lisli-
A. K. Huekestein entertnnieil
The Best Food-Drink Lunch at Fountains
WT Ask For
markets with a vastly larger perccnt
or nf the tonnatre produced within our
j territory than we controlled during our
, SEATTLE MARKETS.
Avoid Imitations Taka No Substitute
Rich Milk, malted grain, in powder form. : More healthful than tea or coffee.
Forinfants.Invalids and growing children. ;
Invigorates nursing mothers and the aged.
Agrees with the weakest digestion.
'. Keep It on your sideboard at home.
! A quick lunch rjreoaied m a minuto.
Seattle, Wash., May 30. Eggs
Freeh ranch, 25c; Orientals, 18c.
Butter Country creamery cubes,
2(ic; brick, 27c; city creamery cubes,
2lie; bricks, 27c; Oregon cubes, 23c;
Cheese Limburgcr, 19c per pound;
Wisconsin, 18lJc; Swiss, 20c; Oregon,
15(allic; Washington, 15Hie.
Onions (ireen, Wazta per aozen;
Texas, $2.503 per crate; Australian,
5(atio per pound.
Potatoes Locals, $14(fM6; eastern
Washington, 1822; CnUfornia new,
2(g-f per pound.
STILL HOPES TOE A
GOOD PBTJNE YIELD
Nation Honors Its Heroic Dead Today-
Beautiful Flowers Strewn Over Loved
Clnes in the Eternal City of Silence
Beginniug early ttt thffiiiorning yes-1 their surroundings. Flowers and ver
terday the street curs were crowded dure and beauty, h1 that enn mako for
with those visiting the City of tho perfection in tho City of Silence are in
Dead, placing on the littlo mounds that j lavish profusion and perfect as' only
mark tha vpatincr Tiinces or loven ones, vretua iiuwvib van
The Dutch steamer Alaria, which will
load 5000 tons of wheat at Portland
early in June for Europe, will about
clean up the visible supply of 1913.
Shipments to California and the south
aggregate about 800,000 bushels in tho
iast. month, but this is about done due
to exhaustion of the supply and tho
nearness of the California harvest. j
The 'Wool crop of eastern Oregon is
about all cleaned up, and rrioes have
ranged from 2 to 5 cents higher than !
for some time. Butter stocks have been j
pretty well cleaned up and prices arc ,
expected to advance soon. The straw
berry market is swamped, ana prices
Spring lambs, per lb
Veal, according to quality
Dry, per lb , 8c
Salted country pelts, each C5c$l
Lamb pelts, each t.25c
N. P. PRUIT DISTRIBUTORS
HAVE SUCCESSFUL YEAE
Spokane, May 30 On May 31, 1913,
just one year ago, the organization of
the North Pacific v Fruit Distributors
was completed with the shipping season
already upon it and marketing facili-
are almost anything anyone wants to .ties yet to be provided for the growers
otler. lnis was uue o xne iung wun wuu huu vunt mci. nu a iu-uno-dry
spell whiali tended to hasten ripen- Itive association, created and controlled
inir. followed bv a week of cool weather I by themselves.
and rain, and when this ended the crop! "Sinco that date," declared General I
ripened w,ith a rush that simply swamp-: Manager J. ii. Koubins in ins annual
ed all demands. The season will be j report to the board of trustees during
short on this account, and Taspberries the past few days, "tho Distributors
will be the next in order. This, too, ' has, we believe, justly earned an envi
gives promise of being of unusual pro- aide record for achievement not hcre
liortious, and the outlook for prices is tofore paralleled in the fruit history
far from encouraging. Poultry and
eggs are unchanged, and the vegetable
market is generously supplied.
of the world.
"'e have in the most thorough man
ner planted the true spirit cf eo-opera-tion
in every fruit district of any con-
1 sequence within the four states of j
LOCAL WHOLESALE MAEKETS. j Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Mon- j
TTnv. timnt.hv $15.00 ; tana. We have within that vast tcrri-
Clover, per ton ....$910 . tory, through the standardization of
Oats and vetch ; 1 grade, pack and practices, and through
Whoat, per bushol 90e ; certain well-defined policies and well
Bran. Der ton - $27.00 : established principles of marketing,
Shorts, per ton $29.01? substantially transformed the fruit in- j
Oats, per bushel o-e 1 dustry of the isortnwegt rrom a posi-
Chittim bark, per lb .4Vi5c : t;on 0f doubt and uncertainty to one
Cheat, per ton - $l9jof hopefulness and permanency.
Potatoes, per cwt ..4050ci Xo have successfully organized and
Butter and EeKS. otherwise secured the affiliation of
Monmouth, Ore., May 30. Apples,
pears and prune trees in the leading
fruit districts of Polk county 'give in
dications of the usual good crop again
this season. Prospects for apples nnd
pears seem especially favorable, the
growers say, while some doubt is held
regarding the possibility of the prune
yield being up to the standard. Nu
merous reports have been circulated
concerning the prune crop for the sea
son and some bad predictions have
been made, but tho ast few seasons
have proved that in spite of the appar
ent failure of the. blossoms in tho
early spring, a substantial yield is ob
tained. The samo reports were cir
culated last year with the addition
ti.at frost had also done an enormous
damage. Notwithstanding the fre
quent stories of crop failure, growers
are placing out new trees, and pros
pective growers are clearing land on
which to plant young orchards. Lasi
year s total yield in the county was
an increase of nearly 30 per cent
over the preceding year, according to
figures of the various driers. Inter
views with the leading growers show
an optimistic spirit prevails. Some
say the' crop will bo fair. Others re
port their expectation of a noted do
crease in the yield. The young orch
ards, however, which come into bear
ing this fall, it is declared, will bear
heavily irrespective ot weather condi
tions. Old apple orchards and pear
trees have been well cared for and a
good yield is expected
shipments iti this, fruit
delicate and beautiful flowerB as sweet
and fragrant as is our memories or
those whose feet already tread the
flower-decked fields of Paradise. The
cars were veritable florist's vans, and
the street leading io City View and
I. O. O. F. cemeteries, which join eacn
other, was all day a long procession of
autos and carriages laden with flowers
and greenery. .m . " ,
The sun, as it' swept 'across nearly
four thousand miles of the most beauti
ful section of the earth, smiled down
on cuontless plots where lie the dead
of city, village and hamlet. He saw
the beautiful places that loving hearts
have selected for the last sleep of those
whom living they loved, and dead they
hold in tender memory. By the greas
cities where for a brief day the hum
of business and the mad pursuit of
wealth are forgotten and where the po
iihed shaft of marble and the massive
granite stone mark the graves, of those
on whom Fortune showered her Midas
gifts; by town and village where not
less loving hands had placed less glar
ing monuments over those who were
but are not; by the unpretentious ham
let whero the verdant mound and the
simple headstone bore tribute, tileut
but eloquent, of the deep affection that , a pft0Tt Bpt.e,.h, followed by a song by
Here vesterdav all day busy hands
cleaned and decorntru grave and stone,
and as the evening fell it was a ver-
itabTe garden of beauty and bloom.
Class and caste were forgotten, and
wealth and poverty were not, for the
ways through the grounds were filled
"h autos' heavily laden with blos
soms, and witn inr m tne lone persu.i
bearing the simple bunch of flowers to
plaee above somoplie dear in tlje long
ago, and never to be forgotten.
Ladies Hold Services.
The Indies of the Grand Army held
services at Lee Mission Cemetery for
th soldiers and unknown dead. After
an impressive address by Rev. Spencer,
of Leslie Chapel, the comrades anil
Indies followed the Flag and decorated
all the comrades' graves. At noon a
dinner was servclj by tho ladies and
about one hundred! old comrades with
their families were present. .
Bender G. A. K. Ceremonial.
At 10:30 this morning the unsteady
line of the Grand Army of the ltcpub
lie gathered around tho soldiers' monu
ment in the ( ity View cemetery to
pay homage to their departed com
iades. Coinnmnderi Ilalley, of Sedgwick
Post No. 10. opened the services with
Parade Was Oood.
Tho parade this afternoon vtus one
worthy of extended comment such us
time prevents mnking. Its finest fen
turo was the Chemawa bnnd and uni
formed cadets. Tho band is one of
tho finest in the stato and the boys in
: uniform mndo ns splen,did an appear
anco as any militia organization that
appeared in nny pnrado any where to
I day. Both tho band nnd the military
company aro splendidly drilled, show
ling it in their soldierly benring nnd
a party of young people Thursduy night
Tiizcs were wnn by Miss Mario
Campbell and Byron Nowd.
The rooms were fragrant with decor
utioiis of I n Franc" roses.
Musical numbers were enjoyed and
nftorwards refreshments were served
by the hostess, assisted by Miss Olivo
McGco and Miss Willa Huekestein.
t'tuests were: Miss Olive McGeo,
Miss I.eondino Kokerlen, Miss Willa
Huekestein, -Miss Marie Campbell, MUh
.iicile Anskowski, Miss Luretta Ford,
Messrs. Harry Wcbftner, Tom Camp
bell, Bert Ford, Murk Huekestein, Roy
al Nmlon, Peter Bross und Byrun
WILLIAMS DEAL FALLS THROUGH
Taeoma, Wash., May 30. Joshua
Kinghnm, owner of tho Vietoriit Been,
announced this afternoon that the denl
for Nick Williams, manager of tho
Portland club, has fallen through.
Williams does not wish to chang
berths, Kinghnm says, and besides Del
mns is plityirtg good ball for Victoria.
Butterfat, per lb., f.o.b: Salem ..250 . cjgi,t sub-central districts, including 87
Creamery butter, per lb 27'ic, local or shipping associations and em-
Cmiitnr i more than e.uuu crowers is
-Hens, per lb.
Cows, per cwt
Hogs, fat, per lb..
Stock- hogs, per lb.
Ewes, per lb
bv the commercial world as
"Contrary to the almost universal
experience of other newly formed or
ganizations attempting anything like
a similar scope of work, we will during
our second year enjoy a greatly increas
Prune growers look for a high
for their product hero this season
Cherries will bear the usual croj)
this year, according to the present in
dications, and many new orchards will
has made this little uuiet spot the
Mecca, toward which, through all tho
fleeting years the eyes of the soul have
turned and from which tho prayers of
the heart have ascended.
Soot Is Beautiful.
What moro pathetic story is tfiere
than that told by t'jo little path that
leads through the tall grasses, worn by
faihful feet from the farmhouse door
vard to tho little mounds where Moe;i
'the family's dead? And yet tho sun
in all his course shone down today on
no more beautiful spot than that which
I Salem hn chosen for her dead. A
beautiful undulating slope from which
! tn the eaHt the valle'v can bo seen
Last year 's j stretching away, a sea of verdure that
were heavy. 1 break against' the fir-clad foothills of
BOUT CALLED OFF.
l,r'ie,the Cascade range v.hich towers above
them snow-crowned aim purpie-veiu-u,
too lovely to be majestic, too magni
ficent to be simply beautiful.
To the west the view is just as beau
tiful, but of different type. The wind
ing Willnmetto shows glimpses of sil
ver between its broidery of tree ana
New York, May 30. Because only
$1,400 worth of fans evinced sufficient
interest in the bout to pungle up their
coin, last night's scheduled ten round
match betwen . Freddie Welsh and
Johnny Dundee was called off at the
eleventh hour. Welsh had been prom
ised $2000 for his end and Dundee
$1000. After giving the small house
the once over, .the two battlers decided
the W. U, C. sextette. Yoi Chaplain
Lyle offered up a short prayer in. mem-
ory of the biave dend nnd Adjutant '
Webster read Li'ncpin 's Gettysburg ad
dress. After the members of tho post filed
by the bace of the monument deposit
ing their floral offeiiii;:s in memory of
the d ad of companies in which the
served in the great war of reliellioii,
!the sestotte sang "Nearer My God to
iThre." The W. Tt. C:. then rend from
'the Scriptures and! followed the usual
' ceremoniei of depositing flowers.
Fire Lant Salute.
At the word from Commander Halley
; the firing squad from Company M, tin
I der Sergeant .ludson. fired tho salute
to the d"ad. Rc. Porter pronounced
tho benediction and then the musician
i tepped forward nnd sounded taps while
the veterans stood with uncovered
heads listening to the Inst ccremonia
tribute to the soldier that many of
them will hear. Kach year the I'm
grows thinner anil tho steps more
feeble, and tho "toy " 01 oi journey
shrub, while beyond it rise the gentle! to the cemetery ttt visit too graves o
hills dotted with farms, dark in places j many a comrade who stood at their
with the old, old forest, laced with elbow as they witnessed tho same cere-;
streams and crowned in robes
beautiful than the mind of man can
conceive. Beyond this tiie dark ridges
of the coast range form an unludating
linn serosa the skv. and far as the
eve can reach there is in all directions ter
beauty everywhere. .
Busy Hands Bpreao t lowers.
tnnrp monial the venr before.
-r, t- nv.in .1.. nn.i friarinir mti. :
lespilU iCiutu niv-o li"'. -,
shine, however, the men who years ago
gailv left their homes to the lively tune
of -"The Girl I Left Behind Me," tot-
to the eemetery for tne one nay
I of the year when tne nation honors
Whe inembers of the Grand Army of tho
TO THE PUBLIC
Our sale closes tonight, and we want to thank the
people at this time for their generous response to
the liberal offer we have made them in the matter
Friend-Making Reduction Sale
We kept our pledge with the public and gave the
best values consistent with good merchandise. On
we will take inventory, and if we find our stock has
not been reduced enough during our sale of the past
two weeks, the public may hear from us again. We
are determined to have our stock reduced in pro
portion to the actual needs of the store.
Having given you a REAL GENUINE SALE, and
having satisfied everyone who came to our store to -buy,
we naturally will expect you to continue buy
ing here whenever you need
Clothing or Furnishing
and we assure you we will give the best values for
the money that you can possibly obtain here in ba
lem or elsewhere.
The Plymouth Clothing Company,
Corner Liberty and State
i A : ;n hoamntf wnn npinu r. iivihh m --
i. a i it n rpinripriw hit "upi
and will return to me . uul iu i'""1"- ,
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it's electric, come to us
Heating and Cooking Appli
ances, Lamps, Fixtures, Fans,
Salem Electric Co.
Wiring, Automobile Lamps,
Equipment, Isolated Plants,