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THE DAILY CA?ITAIi JOCB.NAL. 8AU5M. OEOOy, MONDAY. JULT 27, 191.
1HURRAHFO in . . - ... ;i ! Hurrah for the big splash in prices at Stockton's! Our July Clearance Sale has only prepared you for the good things that were to ! : come in the big July and August splash. Most of us think we would enjoy a cool dip in the briny deep, or perhaps better still, in the big :: natatoriums at the seashore, but we all enjoy a dip in some big values for little money. Come and splash to your heart's content The Best Values Are Here. Buy NOW and Buy HERE Big Splash I In Dress Goods Prices The quality and beauty of our Dress Goods is well known to the woman who has resided long in Salem. Customers will tell you "Stockton's dress goods wear well, clean well and look fine; have no superior." And now for the big splash. Just to make it a real big splash we have includ ed many very handsome fabrics which we have just received $3.50 values $3.15 $3.00 values $2.69 $2.50 values $2.24 $2.25 values $1.99 $2.00 values $1.79 $1.75 values...... $1.58 $1.50 values $1.34 $1.25 values $1.10 $1.00 values $ .88 $ .75 values $ .67 t .65 values..... $ .58 $ .50 values $ .44 WOMEN'S NEW Fall Suits 20 Per Cent Less All authentic models of smartest and most popular fall materials $1.35 Middies for Children, 6 to 14 years, now . 85c 60c Crinkle Crepe Creepers, now 50c Children's Summer Coats, now 1-3 LESS Children's White and Colored Dresses Greatly Reduced in Prices Table Linens $2.25 values $1.87 $2.00 values $1.74 $1.75 values $1.49 $1.50 values $1.19 $1.25 values $1.09 $1.00 values $ .88 Pongee Silks $2.25 values. .... .$1.95 $2.00 values $1.65 $1.75 values $1.49 $1.50 values $1.25 $1.00 values $ .85 $ .75 values $ .65 $ .65 values $ Women's Knit Summer Underwear 90c and 85c Swiss Ribbed Vests now 65c 60c Swiss Ribbed Vests now 48c 40c Swiss Ribbed Vests now 29c All made in Switzerland. Very dainty and the quality splendid. . Ladies' Jersey Union Suits $2.00 values J1-3 $1.25 values $ -9 $1.00 values ... $ -88 Begin to Prepare for the Hopyard 25c Sunbonnets, all colors, each 19c High-Class Ail-Wool Suits ; w-t e-. -v m m n m. Every suit is the product of a real artist the tailoring is A-l, in the fabrics all that is best and newest in pat tern and color is reflected. There is superb style and exacting fit in every line of our suits, and you'll look a long way before you find better clothes. Do You Need a New Suit or Overcoat? If so, stop in and have a "try-on" of your particular style of a summer suit. Every inch of every fabric is guaranteed all wool. . 20 to 50 Per Cent Less You'll declare it the best splash you ever had when you i take a dip into the big cut prices on our ALL-WOOL CLOTHING. Come and see. Mercerized Table Napkins Large Size, Superior Quality $1.50 Value $1.20. This is an excellent buy, and it will also pay you exceedingly well to take advantage of our big offer in Mercerized Damask 60c and 65c Quality, 49c 25c Striped Madras, 15c a Yard This is 1 1-2 cents less than the reg ular wholesale price. All bright, new merchandise, but we bought it at a bargain price' and give you the ad vantage. 25c Madras, yard . . 15c 25c Poplins, light colors, yd. 16c BOYS' CLOTHING 20 Per Cent Less (Knife with Every Suit) Suits that stand the wear and tear; please the boy because they are dashing and snappy, and the parents because they are durable. For the Big Splash Now 20 Per Cent Less $1 Golf and Neg ligee Shirts, now . Large assortment to choose from, all up to date, popular patterns. Also another line of equally desirable shirts. 75c Values, 49c 79c Wash Ties Men's Wash Ties, white it with colored stripes, or all white 2 for 25c. Handkerchiefs Men's lfie Hdkfs 0c nr 1A. TTJ1.,. t lviuii a xuc nums Men's 5c Hdkfs 3c For the Big Splash Womens Oxfords 95c Pair Values to $2.50 and $3.50 per pair. These are not this season's latest styles, but they are up to our high standard for 11 wearing qualities. I The Markets POLYGAMIST FEELS MAY PREVENT ITALY BADLY DISCOURAGED! HELPING AUSTRIA LOCAL WHOLESALE MABKETS. Hay, timothy Clover, per ton Oats and vetch Cheat Wheat, per bushel ... Bran, per ton Shorts, per ton heafers of best quality moving at $6. Hogs Swine run also light, outlet broad and demand ugent, $8.75 was top first half of the week, but puce rapidly climbing to the 9c level, as two loa:s sold Friday at $8.90. Has Confessed to Having More Than I Italians Hate Austria, Their Old Oppres- One Wife and Says His Father Will Handle His Case for Him. Oakland, Cal., July 27. Pale-faced $11.00 7.00 , 8.00 - 8.00 85el Sheep Medium receipts of sheep ana debonair air, Frederick Keats Hamil- 20.00 j iambs, both in quality aud quantity, j ton, self-confessed polygnmist and ac- -.v very nine east oi tne mountain Biuireused toreer and swindler, who was sor, and It May Cost King Victor His Crown If He Tries to Aid Her. Modane, France, July 27. With the TWO DROWNED AT PORTLAND SUNDAY Oats, per bushel duS'"c ofiering, most of the receipts being brought back yesterday from Norman, Chittim bark, per ID - ':;(Pc ! trom western Oregon points. Prime: Ok la., was arraigned here today in po- Potatocs, per cwt. Butter and Eggs. Butterfat, per lb., f.o.b. Salem... Creamery butter, per lb Eggs Poultry. Hens, per lb - Roosters, per lb Fryers 1.00' .. 25c ! 27c : ... 23c ' .... 11c 8c .... 14c wethers, $4.u0 to $4.5; prime ewes, lien pnurt. charuinff with havincr ob $3.8o to $4; medium ewes, $3.25 to ; tained $250 from Airs. W. A. Kinser, $3.75; spring lambs, $5.50 to $6 sister of his last bride, Mrs. Johnny ine ionowing sales are representa- ji8e Dunbar Hamilton, by fraud. Steers. Steers 6u56y,e 7(wVM Cows, per cwt Hoes. fat. per lb Stock hogs, per lb 6Vi7c Ewes, per lb 3VjC Spring lambs, per lb. - 4c Veal, according to quality ll12c relu, !14S7sogs Dry, per lb .... .. -"? j 12 hog Halted country pens, eacn omlv Lamb peVts, each 25c SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS. San Francisco, July 27. Eggs, ex tras 29c; firsts 25c; pullets 24 "yc. Butter, extras 24c; prime firsts 23c; firsts 22c; seconds 21 Vic. Cheese, California" firsts, fancy 14c; firsts 12V3c; seconds 11c. tive: 13 steers 1391 71 steers 1194 23 steers 1074 50 steers 1126 31 cows 1093 13 cows 923 10 cows 1035 3 cows 1090 4 bulls 1323 3 heifers 990 1 stag 1401 9,ealves 231 231 hogs 156 50 hogs 146 52 hogs 150 131 lambs 69 71 lambs 68 817 wethers 108 43 ewes 24 THE BO ALT CASE. nd nervous, utterly lacking his usual war spirit rampant in France, Russia, Austria, Germany and Sorvia, Italy is showing very little enthusiasm for the threatened European conflict. Should the government, nevertheless, order an army mobilization in aid of its Teutonic allies, there were many indi cations on the other side of the frontier today that it would precipitate a re might meam the monarchy ' overthrow. Italy's alliance with Germany and Austria has never been popular with the Italians. They are not fond of Germany, and Austria their former oppressor they cordially hate. More than this, the opinion is widely ex In response to the call of the bailiff. $7.30 I Hamilton stood up. 7.23 1 "My true name is Frederick Boslcy 6.75 ; Hatfield," he said in answer to ques 6.50 1 tions by Judge Smith, "but for the pur 600 ! poses of this case 1 will answer to the 5-75 i name of Hamilton. 1 have a telegram 5 5ft 1 ... w;n;nn. i? un ?n. i 5.35 in which he assures me that he will han-! P.'1 thvat can1n" P0 f in 4.50 idle my case. He asks me to request a anything by piping Germany and Aus 6.00: two weeks' delay. I will appreciate is "a tto "r,an1 to the outheMtward -3.75 'very much if you can .rant this re-! territory on some of which Italy 8 25 nnt" I iteseir nas a covetous eye, SEATTLE MARKETS. Washington, July 27. Secretary of the Navy Daniels announced today that he will send to the senate tomorrow and give out for publication a full re- Eggs, freshtport of the board of inquiry's investi- Igation into the story by Correspondent 8.75 1 "I can see no reason for erantine a 8.63 two weeks' delay,'' said Judge Smith. 8.25 "x win ive you one week, and set your 8.00 preliminary examination for August 5.85 3." 5.75 Hamilton's father lives in Pasadena. 4.75 Pending the arrival of his father, the 4.25 prisoner has made no arrangements to secure an attorney. The only statement Hamilton, or Hat field, has made regarding himself and bis alleged crimes was to Inspector Hodgkins. This statement is a volumi nous document of 15 typewritten pages. Portions of it may later be given out by the police. DESEETION PUNISHED BY SUMMARY DISMISSAL Seattle, Wash., July ranch 29c(o30c; orientals 18c Butter, country creamery cubes 27c; jr v.' bricks 29c; city creamery cubes 2c; 1 -rv. , bricks 29c. i Enterprise association, to the effect : Washington, July 27. Secretary Cheese, Hmburger 19; Wisconsin 18that Ensign Richardson, U. S. N., told j Daniels' order abolishing any punish 19c; Swiss 20c; Washington 16(al7c.him h(, ticed the ,.,aw of flight" imtat beyond summary dismissal for Onions, green 20e(tt2..c per dozen;. navy deserters was the talk of official . n.o, . at. rhA time Tn American forces occu- - eastern nasninKiou i8'-'j '"-i, ; Washington today. pieu vera ltu& , . 1 Amnnff now nffiira rnmmpnr iril Taking advantage of this sentiment, anti-militarists have been doing work among the masses since Austria dcliv ered its ultimatum to Servia, with the result that there unquestionably is a widespread feeling against permitting the peoples' lives and money to be sac rificed in behalf of a cause which they positively would rather not have succeed. Good judges of the situation were Frank Fallon of Oregon Naval Militia and Henry Masslnger Are the Victims. Portland, Ore., July 27. Two more water tragedies are added today to the J long list of those who have lost their: lives this summer in Sunday recreation . seeking. Frank Fullon, aged 20, a gunner 'sj mate in the Oregon naval militia, was drowned when the ennoe in which he1 and Thomas Johnsonwere riding, was overturned by the entangling of the tow line they had thrown aboard a speeding launch. Johnson was rescued. Apparently stricken with heart fail- j ure as the result of entering the water too soon after eating, Henry Masslnger, aged 20, sank to death in the Scllwood municipal pool. LOAN ASSOCIATIONS MEETING. t Specials Catlin & Farrar's Early Columbia Peaches 25c basket; 65c crate I Transparent Apples 15c basket; $1.00 bushel X Bob White Soap, special 6 for 25c Lighthouse Cleaner, special be shaker New Potatoes $1-25 cwt. Hot-house Cucumbers 5c each Celery, Green Onions, Cabbage, Parsnips, Summer .:; Squash, Beets, Turnips, Lettuce, Sweet Corn, Green :: Beans, Wax Beans. Our vegetable spray keeps them : : 1 " A. in prime conuiuon. Westacott-Thielsen Co., Inc. Successors to Thielson Cash Grocery L. A. Westcott & Company. Phone 830 151 North High St. Washington, July 27. For the first timo since the league was organized 20 years ago, the United States Lea gue of Local Building and Loan asso ciations met here today. The conven tion, attended by about 500 delegates, will continue three days. At the same time an affiliated or ganization, the National Association of Examiners of Building and Loan As sociations, opened their convention. The visitors were welcomed today by the District of Columbia commissioners. A "pilgrimage" to Mount Vernon is saying today that King Victor will do one of the entertainments planned, well to take this sentiment into account Among those scheduled to deliver ad or he will run gravo risks of loeing his presses and read papers are: Edwin crown. P- Howell, New York; K. V. Hayma- Iker, Defiance, Ohio; Charles F. Benia- ,niin, Washington, I). C; James M. Mc sjcjKay, Youngstown, O.; Oreb M. Tucker, chief of the co-operative bunk division, California 2c&2V,e. Potatoes new local California 1 3-4e(52c. IVjclgl 3-4c;i MONEY SEEKS COVERS. WEEKLY REPORT OF not uniformly favorable. The secre tary's view, however, was that inas much as the department has no trou ble in getting all the recruits it needs Berlin, July 27. Heavy runs were .ttsvit onvimr Timo started todav on the sa vines banks of ! Uxun oivva - - - - , ,,.., , ,um -i.:.!, Twia-,1 Or. Tnl 9T Receipts for! where. As many as 200 persons were many are unwilling to forfeit, dismiss- 16- hogs, 1680-Theep, 4039. deposits from the municipal savings , dcr it effcctxve only m times of C.ttlle Lieht receipts of cattle for' bank here. , .. . j peace. the week, with good demand, prices be-1 The houses at Brussel s, Budapest ine fully 25 cents higher on all grades.! and Vienna were suspended today as a Top on steers, $7.25 to $7.30; cows ansi result of the threatened conflict. it't for tale, a Want Ad will tell it. Journal . ENGLAND TRIES TO SET TLE IT. RESOLUTION TO ARM WIPED OFF MINUTES Attempts to Put Federation In Position of AdTising Its Members to Arms Is Voted Down By Bib Majority. London, July 27. Foreign Minister hir Edward Urey an nounced officially late today that France, Italy and flermany had been invited by England to participate in ambassadorial mediation in an effort to settle the dispute between Austria and Servia. "England," Hir Edward said, "will remain neutral as long as the threatened eonfliet is con fined to Austria aud Servia. The moment another power is involved, however, the position of this nation will be critical." Massachusetts; Mark D. Rider, Chica go; Henry H. Rosenthal, Cincinnati, and (i. Cullen Sullivan, Anderson, 8. C. THE MEXICAN SITUATION. Denver, Colo., July 27. Efforts to put the Western Federation of Miners on record as advising its members to arm themselves in preparation for labor emergencies met with flat failure today in the convention of that organization,' in session here. Not only was tho reso lution urging such action tabled, but it was also stricken from the minutes. The resolution was introduced by Delegate Dietrich, of Snowball, Avin., L. M. HUM Care of YICK SO TONG Chinese Medicine and Tea Company Has medicine which will cure any known disease. 153 South High Street, Salem, Ore. Phone 283. WAIVED EXAMINATION. ! r .. ..-, 4 .. ... XT V T... (11 m acting un.ler instructions from his local! , u.y union. The resolution urged the arm- Clerk William Cleary, who shot ami insr of members so they would be able! killed Fred Newman lust week when to cope with imported gunmen. The,,ho ,aUer toM him ,)0 ha(1 marrK), welfare committee reported untavor-j ,.,(,a ,g da hter nppearcd in coutt ably on the resolution. ( h ,, .:,. ,iimJ. . .......... t...,........,7 hearing. He was locked Column. Try it. Washington, July 27. That General Carranza had officially received Ad miral May and other American naval officers was the announcement contain ed in dispatches received at the state department this afternoon. The same advices forecasted the opening of nego tiations btween Carranza and F'resident Carbajal at Haltillo this week. A cent a word it cheap ad- A cent a word will tell your vertuing in the New Today ; story in the Journal New I oday Yantco Yeriseh, a delegate from. . t. . i: tf : j . u ... I. ......... i of such a resolution would make the!.."" Yv l""u'" federation a laughing stock. The reso-;t,l,n of the grand jury. lution was then tabled almost unaul-' ou,y ONE GIRL AND n"'.sly' .. i i SHE WAS NOT rOB HIII The question of the tmalamauation of the Western Federation of Miners and, MttrhfiolJ) 0re., July 27,-Becaus w, .Werret t. tomorrow, when Vice-;1'1" -"eethcart Jilted him, Lercy Casey, President Hays or the mine will address the convention. workers today fastened a rule against a woodpile, pressed the gun against oi heart and pulled the trigger with a stick. Death was instantaneous. column. Miss Hallie Gibson is a Newport viu itor from Salem.