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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAT, JCLY P. t.T.l. n if ti n ti ti ti n li ti w ti ti u n n n a 131 NSAfF rrs rr n n & at the REINHART FIRE SALE .M.ffl.1il..ij.jiijv'.iiwiu'Mitaaa3PrM A UI3 OU ULL. U UNXUU-.U' J 1 1 I! 11 M B it ti ri n ti ii ti it u u n n n ti u ta Ed El II M U El M M 11 ri ii u w ii ti n 14 U 11 11 E! II M u Never before have such prices been heard of in this part of Oregon. Here are splendid, newest style, fin est make shoesshoes for the entire family, at prices you'll never see again, except in just such a misfor tune as our fire. We must buy new stock to replace the hundreds ruined in this disastrous fire. You must help us. Salem's Quality Shoe Store has thrown its entire high-class stock at your feet. You can buy shoes now for the entire family and save big money. This is our misfortune and as surely your gain. FfMFV IX 2JL XL NdL Vim A PUMPS All the new styles, some smoke touched $2.50 This is shoe buying time DON'T MISS IT. Prices like these you will not see again. WOMEN'S Shoes, reg. prices to $5.00, now at $1.50 All fire damaged shoes were taken over by the Insurance Co. These shoes undamaged i ' EDWIN CLAPP Shoes for Men, reg. values to $8 $5 HURLEY Men's Shoes, regu lar values to $7.00 $4.50 EMERSON K?S $3.50 MILLER SS? $2.50 LINDER lTpri $So; w $3.00 .444444444-f-f IbJ All ILA IL-J O X t- X t.T.4444444 .4-4-f - MPN'Q Shocs gular prices &4 EA lUm J to $5.00, now, a pair tp I JU; Do not let this big Fire sale pass without supplying shoe needs of your entire family run noEN'Q Snoes va,tfCS up tlllLUIlCn J to &4.00, now, pr; 75c An opportunity like this does not come very often take advantage of it while you can. Boys' Shoes 75c Regular Values to $4.00 Pair THE QUALITY SHOE STORE 444 STATE ST., SALEM, OR. No Junk! Every Shoe Is a Good Shoe CI 131 M U m m m m ci i;i e B9 12! K W RS m HI S3 ES w u m E5 Bl ES t1 m is h m m n m El ki m Eil u m u n ri est est m m m m m m naasaanaasonazranacaEiissEaaimiBa THE ROAD DRAG ONE OF BEST THINGS TRIED The Simplest and Cne-iycst Way to Maintain Certain Highroads In Oood Condition la to Use the Road Drag. drug is the simplest ami least expen sive contrivance yet devised for mnin; tttiaing earth rouda, aA'unliiig to the experts in the V,. S. depurtment of ngri- serupe. The nmount of this unlit or I skew depends, of course, upon the con dition of the road. Jt.v el I setting t lie runners, it is possible to make their ends follow approximately the same line on the mud, which they would not do if they were set directly behind eueh other und the drug drawn at an angle with the road. In order to provide standing room for the man, it is usual to nail two Washington, D. (.'., July O.-The road i !"";;,ls d,,wn "I1"'1 !'. runK l'1"-"11''1 skillful driver will beur his weight in such u way as to aid materially in the successful operatiou of the drug. The drag is drawn by a chain which should be about eight feet long. This HAS LIVELY FOURTH cuuure, i. no ru cuo,..u... . .K ..-nia. . fastened hv vn M.lts to eael. and i eoiinty authont.es m the work for of ,he fnnt vi ouf of better roads. , the ehuin can pass througn a liole at l'roperly used, the drag gives the . h( Uil)o)lH of tllc Jrollt ruBnw needed erown to the road smooth, out d h() (nd b(i , tuts am other rregular.t.es spreads ho . d fc . pu u, . Ul i8 importaiit that the hitching link at.ng the drying of the rond, and makes shimlJ g() , th((t .,g on can be changed readily. It is ul so do- the surface more or less impervious to water by smearing over the so called pores in the earthy material. The cost of operation depends, of course, upon local conditions and the thoroughness with which the work is done. It is safe to say, however, t tint it is less expensive than any other ef ficient system of upkeep. Farmers' Hulletiii No. 5117, f the de sirable to provide a metal cutting edge for the front runner. This can be made from a strip of iron or steel, itud old wagon tires have frequently proved satisfactory. The cost of such a drug varies from 2.00 to perhaps $10.00 or 12.00. This practically insignificant outlay Will so. :.....i... ...:n I partment of agriculture, discusses mi- "."l"-""'"' ' " tier the title of "The Koad Drag nnd.'f""1,1 ,"Trvi 'V1"' ''''' for t How Jt is ,sed." the best methods of ! 1",,s, f,1'.rw or ,,0,!r l'T maintaining e.irth roads in good condi- ! c"!",wt f "verlooked however that i... .I?:. :... i.. .1 ... I skill in the use ot the drat: is mdisiien- Ivan McDaniels, who is assistant secretary of tho promotion department of the Salem Commercial Club, has a story to tell concerning his celebration of the Glorious Fourth. Karly Satur day morning before anyone was up he started from Salem. Uo went by train rs far as Whiteson and then took an automobile, that was bound for the Wilhoit Springs. Ho went with the auto, as far as Willamiua and partici pated in the celebration there. As one of the stunts he took part in a swim ming race and won first place. Then the people thought so much of his prowess that they wanted him to do a marathon five miles through the dust of the country road. He did not make the marathon. When time came to return he waited patiently for the automobile, the driver of which promised to return by way of Willamiua and pick him up. No unto showed up so MeDnuiels footed it to Sheridan where he secured an auto to take him to McMinnville, where he finally caught a train for home. He says he woit'e forget that I'ourth of duly celebration. DEED FOR THE LOCKS MUST BE APPROVED Portland, July 6. The modified deed of the Portland Railway Light & ' Power Company conveying to tho t inted States the canal and locks at. Oregon City, was given Colonel C. H. McKinstry, district government en gi leer, for transmittal to the United States attorney general, agreement as to tefms of the deed having been ! reached, it is said, by attorneys rcpre- sooting the government and the street car company. The principal addition is a clause whereby the government in taking over the canal and locks does not waive any right to the control of ! navigation. I This right of control is established by statute, is inalienable but was not specifically stated in the original deed and for this reason principally was ob jected to by the Tnited States attor ney general. The local agreement is not, however, final. Approval by the attorney gen eral and the war department must be had. GIVING AWAY THE STATE'S PROPERTY ---44-4 HE ADVOCATES RELIGIOUS TEACHING IN SCHOOLS tion by this simple device. In this bulletin, w hich has just been published, the department points out that of more than 2,000,000 miles of public roads in the United States, only about 200,00(1 miles have been given r. iinrd surface. If im ftfuA llf n.xitru.. !... l...t t of the remaining mileage consists of i ".' hI" T''" V") ''g should be sut'ti roads that are entirely unimproved, nnd I f '''"''.v Reived to discharge nl mater- JACK BARRY MUST DIG UP THE ALIMONY sable. The angle that the runner niiike with the center line of the mini, the skew angle as it might be culled, is an iniportnnt factor. For example if the dragging is done to increase the crown that on roads of this data the drug is practically Useless. There is n much larger mileage, however, that has been jmrtitilly improved, nnd it is on roiuls of this character rosds that have been crowned or drained, but have not a inl as rapidly us it is collected on the runners. On the other hand, tin) condi tions may be such that it is difsirablo to carry along this material in older to deposit it where there are depres sions in the road 's sur?ncc. An intelli- hard surface-that tiie use of the drag j TXJkL -."r.E The length o!1 the hitching drag chain, the disposition of the opt weight, the time when the dnigl; of the rater s i;ing is is advocated. la its simplest form, the road drag consists of nn ordinary lug split in half and the two halves connected like the uprights of a ladder by means of . --I A .. ... .1... : ! ... , should be about 7 or 8 inches in din- I V. BK"'B. u sate meter, and from (1 to X fe..t i l,...l. I ru, t0 f,,U,nv ls to ,iri,K u It is better to have it of well-seasoned, I " t'"l.fomui?K the surtuce con hard, tough wood. The two semi- ' 1 . (nt ? """'T cylindrical halves of the log form the ! ,f,'"t " ""' frt tot runnort of the drug, and are usun Iv w. ., , I . In 110. nil tlli'Ht rvtrf t murtml i n r im. !. cross 'sticks or rungs set in. The log ! spaced from 30 to ,t(i inches apart. The front runner is always placed with the split surface of tho wood faciug for Tard, but tho rear runner sometimes lias its rounded surface iu front. This is done in order to incrcuso the smear ing action of the drag as it passes over the surface of the road. Tho two runners are not placed di rectly behind each other, but are "off set,'.' as it is fulled, from 12 to 1(1 inches. This is done bcetute the drag is drawn over the rood at an angle ufficient to make the runners free themselves of the material which they a part in the matter, it is not usuiillv possible to arrange continuous J'mplov- inent for teams on the road, it is therefore desirable, whenever possible. to have the dragging doue by persona interested in the road, wuo will do it in the intervals of other occupations. ENDED HIS LIFE, j Pan Francisco, July C. Harry John son, a carpenter, euded his life here today by blowing out his brains with revolver. He had been out df work for several months. Seattle, Wnsh., July (i. John Charles (Jnck) Harry, former player with the ew lork tniuits and manager of the Seattle llinnts in the early part of the 1012 season, was cited to appear before Judge Smith this afternoon to show cause why he should not lie piuushed for contempt of court in failure to pay alimony judgment to his wife. Charging cruelty, Mrs. Hurry obtain ed a divorce decree nnd judgment for 1 15.000 against l'any lust November in Judge Smith's court. At that time she declared Harry owned $!Q.000 north of reul estate in California. The Harrys were married in 1007 at Hollis, Jamaica, Long Island. N. Y. ANOTHER KILLED BY AUTO THIS MORNING Oakland, Cal., July 0. "Jimmy" Hreuiian, prominent sporting man and former member of the police depart ent, was instantly killed early this morning when his automobile crashed into a telegraph pole near San I.enndro while he was returning to his homo here from his resort, Castfo Villa, near Ilayward, llremian's body was found lyiuj; beside the. road this morning in the wreck of the machine. His skull was fractured. It is believed Hrennau fell asleep shortly before the accident and lost control of the car. Friends said he had not been drinking. CALti XIA HOY DROWNS. .. Fillmore, Cal., July . Harold Kns ner, aged 17, a Los Angeles school bey, was drowned today in the Hepe river near Fillmore. St. Pnul, Minn., July 6. Religious teaching in the public schools, a living wngtf and old age pensions were urged by President Joseph Swain of the Na tional Kdiicational association in his ftii- I mini address here today. Pres. David Starr .Ionian of Stan- i ford university nnd Dr. D. B. Johuson of Lock'nill, S. C, were the principal candidate to succeed President Swain. A letter was received from President Wilson regretting his inability to at tend the convention. During the quarter ending June .HO, 1011, State Engineer John II. Lewis, issued 147 permits to appropriate pub lic waters. The construction cost of the proposed works in approximately $11,000,000. The proposed ditches and pipe lines aggregate 2o2 miles in length and provide for the irrigation of 2l..j7 n..n nf land? the devcloonient of 1.71") horsepower and for the niuneipal water supply of .6 towns. Oue of the most important of these permits is that granted to L. C. Seawell of Payette, Idaho. He proposes to irri gate 10,5-14 acres with the waters of the Owyhee River and Crooked Creek in Malheur County. This land lies a short distance from Ontario, Oregon. ' The Fast em Oregon Land Company oi San Francisco proposes to irrigate 4.81S acres in the Willow Creek valley in Malheur County with the waters of Hurnt River. The water is to bo con veyed from tho Eldorado ditch which was constructed many years ago for mining purposes. The six towns for which water was appropriated for municipal supply are Turner, Manhficld, North Bond, Beav erton, Myrtle Point and Falls City. PELICAN LODGE OPENS AT KLAMATH LAKE The Markets 4-4--4"-44 4 - 4.444 ' LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKETS. Hocks, 1.2.-)l.o0, Australian, SQUIie. Way, timothy $14.00 , per pound. Clover, per ton - - $$j Potatoes Local, $Htl0; enste.n. Oats and vetch ......$11 1 Washington, $17(20; new, 2f21.',c pur A heat, per busncl ....!0e Bran, per ton $27.00 Shorts, per ton $20.00 Jats, er bushel 32c Chittim bark, per lb 4', .(Sou Cheat, per ton .... $13 Potatoes, per cwt - 4030e Butter and Eggs. Butterfat, per lb., f.o.b. Salem 25c Creamery butter, per lo 27ic Eggs Poultry. Hens, per lb - H'J ; Boosters, per lb 8c ! Steers. ' iteers pound. SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS. San Francisco, July 6. Eggs Es tras, 2oc; firsts, 22'je; selected pulleta, Butter Extras, 24c; prime firsts, 2Hc; firsts, 23c. Cheese California. first's. fane. v. 2K'12!iej firsts, 12c; seconds, 10c. PORTLAND MARKETS 7(ir8cl I'"''"'"!'. Ore., Julv . Wheat r.fe(iciX''w ''lub' 78" w. . "'7ft8cl (lats No. 1 white feed, $22.50. "Ti"ffii7el rlogs Best live, $8.20. 5c' 1'T'tme steers, $7.50; fancy cows, $7; uesi enives, . -Owb, per cwt Slogs, fat, per lb... Stock hogs, per lb. .. Ewes, per lb j : .. 1.. ... u IK .:. 3LI1.J.1; laiuus, irv. .v w. 0 . , . , ... Veal, according to quality iim,,izj;.e " " t. Pelts. I Mutter City creamery, 2oe. rrv , lb Rc ! 'W1 Selected local extras. 25c. CHECKING T1UJ PETITK -s ... Secretary of State Olcott has e. spe 1 cial corps of men checking over the sig natures -to the petitions for initiative measures. It is probable that the work will be finished by next Saturday when ell arguments for initiative measures must be filed. It is not necessary that negative arguments bo filed until Julv 21. ' The earliest date on which accept ances of nominations for office to be ; filed by the electors at large or of a district composed of one or more coun ties may be filed with the secretary of state is July 2,. PASSES THE MATTER OVEIi TO ULS.ERITES Po'icsn Bay Lodge located on Vpper Klamath Lake is now open for the reception of guests and under the management of Mr. Frank Daniels. The location of the lodge is simply ideal, having living springs of water, beauty of lake nnd mountain, boating and fishing at the door, encompassing, forests for hunting, r.nd 1111 automobile road to Fort Klamath and Crater Lake which passes close by. The place is equipped for comfort, nnd as n summer resort offers quiet, icst or recreation and strenuous life out ef doors as one may elect. Motor and row beats are available at a l times, and guides, if desired, for hunting and fishinc parties. WILL TROTECT PROPERTY RIGHTS IN MEXICO -wlted country pelts, each 65c(f$l ; 'jamb pelts, each 2oc SEATTLE MARKETS. i He lie ns, 14 V; broilers. lSfiflOc; goeat:, Seattle, Wash., July (i. Eggs Fresh ranch, 27c; Orientals, lSe. Butter Country creamery, cubes. 2(ic; bricks, 27c; city creamery, cubes. 20c; bricks, 27c. Cheese Limburger, 10c; Wisconsin, 1 Sa-1 !o ; Swiss, 20c; Washington, UK'C 17c. EVERYBODY NEEDS PURE,RICH BLOOD Pure blood enables the stomaeli, liver and other digestive organs to do their work properly. Without it tlicy London. July 0. Voting 273 to 10, I the house of lords tonight passed the , bill amending the Ir!h home rule nica 1 sure on its second reading. ! The amendment excludes Ulster from 1 home rule's operation for six years insd allows the I'lster counties to vote every six years thereafter on the ques tion of accepting the jurisdiction of the Dublin parliament or remaining un der the imperial law-making body in London. ! Washington, July' (i. Secretary" of ' State Bryan announced today that Spain and Switzerland had decided to 'join the intercut ionnl agreement to j protect the eil r.nd mining interests in j Mexico. England nnd The Nether lands already have agreed to the past. The agreement provides that the nn ! lions shall refuse to support diplomat ically their citizens attempting to gain possession of mining claiuis in Mexico, j vacated temporarily by rightful o li fers on account ef the revolution. I 1 ! V . f n ... Onions-Green, 20(?i2.-e; Sacramento oinggisn, jnere is toss 01 appoint;, : . ) snmetiif es faintncss, a deranged stale WOMAN DISAPPEARS. I pf tl'e intestines, and, in general, all j the symptoms of t'yspepsia. San Francisco, July l. The police ! Pure blood is required y every admitted today that ufter a 24-hour f organ of (he body for tho proper pc t search they had been unable to find j fornianee of its functions, any trace of -Mrs. Helen Frances Os- i Hood's Sarsnparilla makes pine iiortie. who disappeared Saturday morn-1 Mood, and this is why it is so 'sur ing after n visit to Mrs. Etta M. Greer. : fMsf1 in the troatnM;nt 0f g0 mnnT O.ikley li. Osborne, the woman s bus-) diseflw, mul aiIaicnts. Its , .,-...,1 could give .no re,sen tor ls t, h y , . f wife's diMipenrance. He said their. , , , ' 4". married life had been l.aPPv and that! "" " J other lnimors. It is his wife was not sijffering from anv, J peculiar eomh.nation of blood-pun-nv.ilady that might cause her to dis-! lvinP' "en-e-toning, strerjgth-givinjj upear. . ' substances. Get it today. HALF MILLION FOR FAIR, IIIE COPPERFIELD AFFAIR. I l.:sler, Ore., July C The heiriii'i of i Kd Fisher, accused of shooting cx-Mii;--I r i-'tcwart of CopperfiolJ. was scbu' ided tor this afternoou. Stewerl wi.I soon I well enough to leave ih; ho.- 1 pit'... Washington, July 6. The sundry' eh il bill as reported out by the senate 1 appropriations committee today pro-, vides $."100,000 for a'government build-i ing at San Francisco for the Panama-! Pacific exposition. The house appro-: priation of $200,000 for the industrial 1 commission was reduced to $00,000 by the senate committee ' NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY BURGHAHDT fc MERED1T3 Sesident Agents. 385 Sfvte StraM. INOT SATISFIED WITH ! YOUR ROOM? YOU CAN FIND ANOTHER BY j USING A WANT AD. It 4: , The Capital Journal will keep you posted of Home affairs while you are enjoying your vacation.