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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE fi, 19H Second Week Meyers Original June White Sale All White Dress Goods and Silks Reduced All Lace Curtains, Curtain Swisses, Floss Pillows, Reduced All Table Linens, Napkins and Fancy Pieces Reduced All China Dishes, Brassware, Cut Glass, Reduced All Sheets, Pillow Cases and Domestics Reduced' Special Low Prices in Footwear Section, Men's Dept. AH Laces, Embroideries, Handkerchiefs Reduced All Muslinwear and Corsets Reduced I;:::;:;;::::;:::::::::::;;:::;;:: OUR 694TII WEDNESDAY SURPRISE WOMEN'S WHITE PETTICOATS, Extra Special, Only 89 Cents Each A special offering of well-made Muslin Petticoats with dainty embroidered flounces and front designs. They are exceptionally neat, and the number of pretty de signs offer a very wide selection. Warm summer wea ther is just at hand and you'll appreciate wearing such garments. They're dainty, and will give excellent service. The price is very surprising for such Petti coats as these are worth considerably more. Next Wednesday 89c each Sale starts at 8::)0. See window display. Cherry Fair, June 25, 26 and 27 Everything White now at Reduced Prices Bargains in Women's, Misses' and Chil drens's Ready-to-Wear Garments Women's Suits and Coats, $10". A large assortment of the season's new stylish garments. You'll be surprised at such values as these; regular prices to $45; take your pick now at $10.00 Another large assortment Women's Suits and coats. See this rack you'll find many decided bargains prices to $27.50. Take your pick $5.00 Women's White Pique and Linen Skirts. If you need a Skirt, don't fail to inspect this large lot, priced to $7.75. Take your pick $3.98 Children's Wash Dress sale 3 to 14 years, at a reduction of one-third from regular prices. imiii nit 1' """"" IMIMIMMMIIIIIIIMJ-V V I 1 .t ii mi i ii cr.Oj vv .11 1 1 II lllllllll II II It Hi I Hlinvfr!iMillM' ,i it ii I in M mi ii.niiininiiiniM't'i'iiiiiii ii i in mi i ii in 1 1 1 ti i him mi noil Vnn "ii hi M H HllliillllllMiMllli V ill mint iiiiiiiHtiiMiiijiijijiiijj;;;;) lltlllllinilHI ''jl'IIHIII 1 H it ! y ill! I 1 1 ill llill R00SEYELTS ARRIVE IN FRENCH CAPITAL Paris, June ti. Truveling from Cher burg, whore they landed in President Poiucaro's private cur, Colonel Roosi' volt, his daughter, Mrs. Nicholas) Long worth, and his nephew, Philip Roose velt, arrived here today. They were mot ut the station by Sec retary Rjbert Bliss of the. American embassy and motored to the Hotel do Crilton in Ambassador Herrick's auto mobile. Tomorrow they will leave for Madrid, where they are to attend the wedding of Colonel Roosevelt's son' iKcrmit nnd Ambassador Willard's' daughter Hello. Tho journey will be made on the Sud Express, the International Sleeping Car company's crack train, and from Irun, on the frontier to the Spanish capital, details of civil guards will be stationed at short intervals along the right of nay to guaid ngainst any possible at tempt at violence by any of the politi cal agitators with which the country swarms at present. GUESS THIS IS SOME JOB FOR A PAINTER, EH" Seattle, Wash., June ti. It will re quire 35 painters seven weeks to paint 5."! a acres of surface on the interior of the new 12 story L. O. Smith building, now Hearing completion here, according to Kmil R. Zech, an official of the com pany which has taken the painting con tract. Tho paint brushes will daub 000 of fice suites, and will brighten up the elevator shafts from top to bottom, a distance of 450 feet. Approximately :!5 tons of paint "will be used.. This will include 45 barrels of puint and 32,000 pounds of white lead. To Correct Defective Vision You need RELIABLE GLASSES accurately fitted. ;xi:ii Our work is our pride, and you are guaranteed good, con scientious work and accurate results. MissA. McCulloih Optometrist 291 N. Comm'l St. Phone 925 Hours 9 to 5. Ground Floor SEATTLE MAYOR BREAKS ARM. Seattle, Wash., June (T. Mayor Hi ram O. tlill is laid up today with a bro ken arm, nnd will t nimble to nttenj to his duties for several days. While crossing a gravel bed in an in spection of the work on his new home, : adjoining his present residence, tho mayor fell and broke his light uim above the elbow. Mrs. Gill hastily summoned a phy sician and the bono was set. An X-ray examination will be nuido 'todav, as the mayor has been suffering 'from neuritis for several months, pre senting him from shaking bands, nnd : givingVnn much trouble in signing do.; t uinonts. A Hi A MA roun T cf Town j z 4 Try Scott'B 16c meals. Ijl'runk Derbin, Heinle forayer. Louis Ii in ii ml , Joseph Linn-is, tieonje Lew- Dr. AsBeln, Zahnartz, Sloovos Bldg. 'is and 0. o. .McClelland. J. P. Rodgers was In Portland last Pay your Irrigatipn bills now, and night on business. get the 10 per cent discount. Oo to Dr. Stone's for trusses. I! Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting I -n ;hisscs ooirectlv, I.'. S. Hunk building. Dr. F. L. Utter, dentist, Manonlc o building. 1 Ton per cent discount aUdvod on o (irrigation bilk, the first 10 days of this Lleutonnnt Ilenncpsy, of the U. 8. 'month. Army, who in instructor of cadets at o ti. A. I'., was in the city today and in ' Today was shop day for the students consultation with the .governor. f,,f the Chemnna Indian Training School Pay your Irrigation bills now, and get tho 10 per ceni discount. Attorney William P. Lord, the well known former Salem man, now having ml ices i n 1 irt In ml, was in the city today looking after business matt ml Salcin was niiule the renter of nt- it ruction, llanv duskv maidens and husky young men from the school were in the city and all were apparently en joying themselves. Mr. and Mrs. August Shoote, of Port- to- Don't forget tho dates June 10 12-1II. V. O. W, carnival Superintendent Halo, of tho Oregon ers. iliinil, were in the city a few hours t. Floy visiting nnd attending to buiuc!. 10-11- tinutters. Mr. Shoote is engaged in th (grocery Tdntos Yii the ngngeil 111 the r business in the Hose city and that while his business is not boom at present, business condi- Training School for Hoys, was called Hons are picking up enconraginglv. The to Portland yesterday, where his (nth- Jvisitnrs returned to Portland on the aft er was reported to be seriously ill. lie J. moon limited Oregon Electric. is expected noine tonigiit. Dr. E. P. Reamer, eye, car, noso and throat. Masonic T01111 Ton por cent discount allowed on .irrigation bills the first 10 days of this 11011th. Tho Browning Amusonicut company will furnish the attractions for the big W. O. . narnival. live big, free acts. lune 10.11-12 IX Attention, M. W. of A. Memorial services Sunday, .Tune 7. Meet nt hall, l:43 u. 111. Street car sendee. Miss Helen Austin, an O. A. C. stu dent, is isitiug at the home of her ! , ..... schoolmate, Miss Harriet iiigdon, of . T1,f of Mls9, aura 0rant' as" this citv. Miss Austin is 011 her wnv T ' l!" "', ' ,?"l"lst' to her home in Aberdeen, Wash. &l",'"r V a 'Kirttortly" rectal at the 0 liristian church, .lune lith. W. O. W. carnival, June 10 11-12-13. ! , . ' , , lour big davs. i Series No. 0 of tho Mutual Savings ' ' 0 Kind Loan Association will be opened Merrill D. Richmond, who graduated1 "!. tth' W1L Subscriptions for stock Inst oviMiimr from tho Snlom hiirhil received trom .nine 1st, It'l l, at school, started this morning for Anuap-V olis, M.I., where he will take a four ( years course 111 tue I caiy. o We are positively retiring from the Men's Clothing business. Every Suit and Overcoat must go as soon as possible. The garments are of the most dependable makes and of fer a wide choice of fabrics. Regular and Norfolk models. This is how we are going to sell them, commencing Monday. We must sell one hundred Suits during the week, and these prices are going to do it. ill? Men's Regular $10, $15, $16i0 Suits Take your pick now at only Men's Regular $18.50, $20, $22.50 and $25 Suits Take your pick at CHERRY FAIR JUNE 25, 26 AND 27 Salem people have never been offered such suit bargains as these, and we could not possibly afford such tre mendous price reductions if we did not desire a speedy riddance of our Men's Clothing Stock. Come early, as the most choice suits will go first Statu Midsummer Balos are on All millin ery at redued prices nt Mrs. I.. (1. Curtis, 15 North High street, Masonic Temple. A number of Salem hoo mon left will hold f and four at a time at present. There are now ;!!:! men confined in the peui- ono ot t lie ot floors ot the pen, there seems to be a rush on. Discipline bus tho office of the soertftarv, street. J. I). White, see rotary. naval acud-1 ,,, . . ,.u tentiarv and, according to Tom Wilson lersnnd John Jones returned last night :i roi a two-days' ishing trip up tho l.uokinmiite, but say that while the lishing is rjartrcularly good, the fish nr not uiiui iiiti on acconiu or in1 old weather. They say their catch wns lothing to rave over, though they used 11 kinds of bait and all the science means that attempt to DEATH FOLLOWS WAKE OF THREE TORNADOES burg; IT. J. Kerr, Okanogan; J. T. Hc Vay, Seattle. been more thau usually good for some time within the walls of the big build ing and tho prison authorities state that tho men are all on their good behavior. WILSON LOSES WOKEIES OA GOLF LINKS Four Persons Known to bo Killed, Two Others Are Reported Dead, and Scores Injured In Storm. 1 Washington, June fi. President Wil son returned today from Annapolis, dis posed of his most pressing coiresiioad- ! eace and then spent several horns on Sheldon, Iowa, June . lour wore the golf links. This afternoon ho was WANTKD At one., house man, Apilv Notice The Plotters association of , known today to have been killed,' two scheduled to i!iseus the Mexican sit- at Hotel Murion. Waldo Hills will bold their annual other deaths wero reported and L'5 in-! nation with Socrotnrv of state litvu,, ' lengthy visit with relatives and friends I.OC AXBKRRY PICK ERS WANTKD. Two miles south of Salem. Address IT. K. X., Journal office. FOH SA1.K Lxtra good eow; grade Jersey, I) years old; would trade for hogs. Philip Ilces, U. I, box ll'ii. in -Nebraska, Illinois ami other states. West Salem friends gave her a fare well reception. NEW TODAY. TiiMiiv tiir Aiirnm. v hunt flmv a meeting similar to the oiie ut lndo- k,um;n ,0 r"r.v- Ii,'h nl !r1:::::r.',::.'.,l'"."r0. 0,ieut t ,ei re,; d u.Xr .. . X,d . ;rpti', llt ?; .A. hud accounted for, follow. I m.nNuKn. i aunt, lour iiiiios norm ot Mihiimity, iiu' tliroo distinct tornaJoos whu'h mil k i ii i r in 1 ri ii unf.i a i . i.w .to v Harry Tnlbort, If. V. Holam, t Don nivan, Joseph T.inn, Russell Cnltrin, 3 Toaio LENSES NO REAR REFLECTIONS WITH TORICS T li t curved Tortc i on June IS. Tnilim Willlllttl i 111 llllll-ll V ut. .in. .,, .1. it-..u..i.n T,i.-n l-.i.4..-.wi., t'li-.i Notice! Irrlitation bills are now due. i B m V"r" V" .wm .V" P""" uml ynuxy 10 i.er cent discount allowed on said c m "l1"'-' " 1 u,e. "n-v WEST SALEM NEWS. NOT1CK All coupons must be in by June 10. Studio Be Luxe. bills to and Including Juno 10th. Notice! Irrigation bills are now due. M per cent discount allowed on said Vdlls to and including June 10th. Salem la to have soma eastern peopld skape does away with ffr residents within a short time in 'the nersons of Air. and Mrs. r. K. vitei Cioo. S. Dow niag -o- AU nro in- secrotarv. One of the storms struck the town ' West Sali will vote on the question OLD PAPERS for carpets; 10 cents per hundred. Journal office. the rear annoyance rcflortiona of .. ..... ..... ....o. V. i.. fllaueh and their three daughters and Lone son. Tlinv nn iom!iov frmn Plnii tirely. Your field of Nebraska, and will nmke their home Vision is widened and on SoutJi ConinuHoiul street. C. 1). th close-fitting I'ltauch, the well-known eonrt reporter edires can no tiitm. ,nf ' "nother son. and he states that fere when you Attorney General Crawford has passed upon some features of tho work men's compensation law at tho ropiest of the commissioners, lie holds that where an employe is seat by an em ployer living in this state to another state to do work, both being under the operatiou of the law within this state, that the liability follows the 'employ ment and an accident resulting while employed at siuh work would come under the provisions of the law. He also hold that a person working for a ill ; n " ii,,it l, i ,. ;n look Suloni. once thev pet familiar with Off at an angle. Come 'it. in and let me nxulain 1 -o the difference be Woodmen of t)i Wnrl.t will moot In. ...-... Q.A.i . ... tween the genuine ,tho hi(U in t Corm block. Neigh Torio lenses aud the Vor, 1U0 r(qll0,t,,a t, moot at eometory imitation. lit 9:00 o'clock tomorrow morning. Ail ..tin P. Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn, t Doctor of Optics L omoll TTnlto At a ton Naf'1 Ttlr TIIJ. bring flowvra. contractor in repairing a ship both be-j Treasurer, W. P. llaiinay, Mount Ver ing under the operation of the law in mm. this state, that the contractor, aud not; the vessel would be the one held for, damages, if any, and the employe would bo within the operation of the law. o PLUMMER APPOINTED BY WEST. ! Portland. June 6. Ross M. Plummer of Portland, was appointed today by Uovernor West to be a member of tho of a sewer Thursdav, June 11 1.1...! e i .i of Sanborn, a second Uospers nnd tho ' . i,,u "3 ul avenue nave third devastated the farming country ;'f,;'r r.m' ' Kr"lleJ "I"1 Sveled. further north. i, -M.ar!0" Vuiu" ' supervisor, is Owing to the prostration of wire ser- i "n th ,roa,, hUn 1,lto est vice, few details were obtainable. , !:llt""1 n,,,e'1 a'!' improved at an ox- , - pense ot several hsiitlred dollars. WASHINGTON BANKERS j A force of men are at work remodel- ELECT OFFICERS FOR YEAR 'K the chair factory into an up-to-date Walla Walla, Was'.!., June 6. At the lrier for fruit and vegetables. It will final business session hold here today,' be ready for business iu about two the State Hunkers' association elected weeks. tho following officers: i West Salem has two live grocery President, Robert Moody, Everett. stores, one conducted by Mayor George Vice nvesident. H. (.'. l.ucas. North Prai-.ier, the other by Walter (iirth. YskVum. ,vh0 is having a largo two-story build- -'OOD shWIMt MAt'lUXES for sale i FOR SALE 100 -ords of big fir and 1 ash wood. Phor.e Farmers F-Ki. SAND, GRAVEL or loam delivered to any part of the city. Miuto Bros. PRIVATE INSTRUCTION in short-: hand. Call GS7 Marion to arrange hours. IF YOU WANT a good hot meat sand-1 . wioh fried in butter, get it from Fred : Night Lunch. i ;;.00, $5.00, $8.00. Singer machine a home Call at ing put up, as Ins busiuess has out grown his present quarters. Secretary, W. II. Mnrtiu, RiUville. T'lo council has passed au ordinance Chairman executive council, George limiting the speed of autos and motor Wilev, Waterville. .cycles to lo" miles per hour within the Members executive council, H. F. ri,.v limits. The signs are up and joy Lueo, Tacoma; O. M. Green, Spokane; 'iders would better hoed the warning. 1). 11. .Moss, Seattle; II. 11. Turner, There is trouble brewing for those who Walla .Walla. 1 do not. IVIeeates th the convention of the; Councilman Ed Proek. who has boon American Hankers' association, K. I.. ij" for several weeks is improving and TO SEE IT IS TO WANT IT Fiftv The Oregon State Penitentiary Is get- state board of pharmacy, succeeding Rudder, Spokane; . II. Parsons, So- "opes to soon be able to take up his acres of land for sale. House, barn. ng to be a popular institution, appar- Frank Caldwell of Newborg, whoso attlo; W, L. Adams, Hoqmnin; II. Wad- regular worn. chicken house, chickens, household Bldg. Vntly, prisoners being scat there three term hss expired. i doll, tolville; . O. Sherman, Waiti- -iss loKa Cade left Tuesday for a furniture, etc. N. Rosenbaum, rt. 5. office, 0-10 State street. . WANTED Old mas needing and work; must be sober. Fred 's Night Lunch. JANITOR WANTS WORK of a.iy kind. 0., earc Journal, or F. T. C. ' box 41, Fairgrounds, Oregon. FOR RENT The finest six-room flat in Salem. New, modern and vcry close in. Enquire Salem Auto ga rage, 210 State street. Phone uSii. NYE PEACH Seven-room furnish-il house for rent for season. Two housekeeping suites; tiiree bedrooms; choice lecation; adults prefenou. Carrie C. McQuinn, Hvppner, Oregon. FOR SALE Adding machine, stencil cutting machine, typewriter and add ing machine combined. Koch butch er's scale, grain dealer's scale, four trucks and a lot of office equipment. H. S. Gilo & Co. HOVJl'LIKTCBE vour own landlord! It's fine. Come on in. Now is tho time to do it. Real estate is cheap; building material is lower than it will be again. The nmiuwho wins is the ni.in who takes advantage of his opportunities. I' you want to buy or build, we can help you. See us tile once. Lafler & Holinger, 400 Hub bard building. FOR EXCHANGE 34 acres of land with five-room house, small barn, family orchard; 45 acres in crop, bal ance in good wood timber; situated one-half mile from railroad town, and V'j miles from Salem. Will ex change for stock ranch on const. Must bo a good one; will stocked and cheap. Address O. W. Smith, 4l Court street, Salem, Oregon.