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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 8 AX EM, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 71 191 1 "T SECOND WEEK OF MEYERS Remodeling & Expansion Sale We must dispose of more stock in order to remodel and re-arrange departments with as little trouble as possible. Every stock in this great store offers unusual saving opportunities Twenty Per Cent Reduction on Women's New Fall Suits and Coats during Remod eling and Expansion Sale Newest Models & Fabrics This advance showing of newest models for the coming season has caused a great amount of favorable comment on account of their stylishness the new colorings and weaves, too, are decidedly pleasing. Save 20 per cent by purchasing now. See the window display. Hlfh Men's, Women's & Children's Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps at Unusual Prices During Re modeling and Expansion Sale Just the time to supply footwear needs. We must reduce the size of our present shoe stock and are making prices that are sure to move the goods. See the special window of Women's $:).00, $;5.50 and $1.00 Oxfords and Pumps take your pick for 99c a pair. Men's $3.50. S4.00 and ."R.'von shoes, special at $2.98 a pair. Dozens of other like specials too numerous to mention. Better visit this section and supply foot wear needs now. iwiiameiie iniversity college or medl rine, died Saturday in the Good Samari tan iiospital at Portland. His body was sent to Eugene Saturday night for uuriai. enortry aner graduation, Dr. Russell went to Willamina nud frcri there tn Iikivipw lit. murri.t.1 f;dU i Jessie Drake, who survives him. o Secretary Moores of the promotion tit?laneni 01 ine caieui lomniercial rlub has received a sample of an " Indestructiblo" street sign that is submitted for consideration in the move to put up permanent street signs in Salem. The sigu is of metal and is practically indestructible. Other sam ples from other companies are expected shortly. H. 0. White, of Salem, who with his wife and Mr. and Mrs. tieorgo Burris of this city, returned yesterday from points on the McKcu.ie river, reported having passed 50 machines between Eu gene and Ifhio river yesterday, which would indicate that in spite of the bad roads, ill Allots. th ..i Kpnyin mw i. still the greatest outing resort near Eu gene. iiiigene liiiard. o Fred S. Bynon, who is located with J. K. Scott ill the real estate business, said tYis morning that business was picking up in an encouraging inaiinei and that he expected lively activity in transfers in ami ubuut Salem this full "Donley" walks uhout the street us busy as a bee in clover. V. SEFTON BADLY HTJHT WHILE MOTORING As the result of a motorcycle acci dent about noon today, R. V. Sefton, of the circulation department of The Cap ital Journal, was knocked unconscious and badly bruised about the head and face. No details of how it occurred are obtainable, as he was found on the roadside by a jtassing automobile and brought as rapidly as possible to his home at 4!). South Seventeenth street, tilis city. Thn antniuttl nnirl....t..l t.. leave their names and it was not learn ed where it happened. Dr. Harry Clay was called and found Sefton to be sulferinir from rninusslnn of the brain. He said that apparently mere was no iracture of the skull, and CORVALLIS MAN ENDS LIf EWITH BULLET Z. H. Davis Believed to Be Deranged From Injuries Received In Auto Ac. cident Fires Bullet Into His Head. I'orvallis, Ore., July 27. Believed to have been temporarily insane from an injury sustained in an automobile ac cident a week ago, '.. H. Davis, prom inent merchant and city treasurer, shot himself in the mouth at noon today with a 22 calibre rifle purchased au hour previously, and his death is ex pected at any" moment. the injured man would probablv recover . ,Wh,le '0Y;K with a friend at consciousness before morning." t,,e ,lo0,r ,.f h' ' f business, Davis This is the second time that Sef ton I T."i. , !! "1 T'l I has been injured in a motorcvcle acci- j of . "tort, where ho fired the shot, dent within the lt .;, ..;.L- -n... . ..lavls was tbrowii from -Ins anto.no- first time his foot caught in the chain T " 7 1" T' H"' 1- "L" Cm and was badly bruised'and cut. i ' h, LL"?., ixnn I proiuinent Masou and presideut of the who are members of the ttnrne. Cash i t'orvallis Independent Telephone eoni- Store clerical force, are taking their 1 I""1V- vacation Irom duty this week. .Miss Bayley is spending part of the time in me country ami later will go to Al bany for a few days. A. W. Laf forty today filed his Deti- Complaints have been received in this city from campers down tho river near Lin-oln setting fire to the butts of fir trees. Protest is made that this treat ment of the trees will sunn kill tlnm and forever destroy tho beautiful camp ing and recreation place there. Recent ly a camping party built a fire about tho base of n biir fir. Am n result I.a big tree will probably die. tion us a candidate for congress on the independent public ownership ticket and his name will appear on the ballots as me representative or this party. .Mr. I.uft'erty was defeated in the primary election for the nomination for con gress on the progressive ticket. o A hurry call was sent in to the ft department this afternoon tn mixm-h a gross fire that was burning on North n inier street, l ie department resnmwl. quickly and had the fire out shortly inter its nrrivn . 1 hern una m. ,1,. ago done, but thn hhize Hi buuAti and barn nearby. New Showing of Stylish Middy Blouses, All Specially Priced Now During Our Re modeling Sale Remodeling Surprise Sale for Wednes duy, July 29th Surprise Number 701 Ever Ready Dry Cell batteries, Sold Reg, at 30 and 35c, Remodeling Special, 19c ea. Here's a sale that will Biitely surprise all users of dry-cell batteries, for the price is truly astonishing. All motoriats and thoso who need batteries for bells, horns, buzzers and tho like will be much interested in this uniiNiinl snlo. These "Ever ready" batteries are specially designed for telephones, signals, ignition systems and general open circuit work high amperage. By taking a monster lot, we arc en abled to sell nt this price: NEXT WEDNESDAY, lflc EACH. Sale commences ut 8:30. sce windew display. This splendid assortment of middy blouses reached us yesterday and shows the very Infest ideas in design ing and making these pop ular garments. We have them in Silk, Crepe, Dim ity, and flannel in a va riety of different collnr finishes. You'll bo well pleased to select from such a fine lot ns we now show. Regular prices to 10.00. Special prices rule at pres ent on the entire stock. AT" 'Jrt?S2e A' .1 tiwiuniiMMj Horace Jewett. emnloved In the Com. ti .r . . - . uiceuug oi uie ooara oi .,. .. ... s.urc, .. n turncd irom a governors of tho Salem Commercial three weeks vacation spent in Alon-jelub will be held on August 12th, when tllllll V hllil nn ill. trm lin i'i.ltn.1 i . . ... ' tana. While on iiis trip ho visited lilncier park, spent some time with his brother in Knreka, und jollied old friends in Kalispel. tie brought linen n thick coat of tan und sunburn and a supply of health that wilt last him all tho coming winter. a watermelon banonet will 1m The locution of the feed lias not been determined, but if the water is high enough the party may take a bout and go down the river. If that is impos sible, a trip to some shady place will bo made by machines. After many legal entanglements and "MlW. BiiiwIit. 1.- OfllniH HT.i 1 a.vav miiiiudj mo uaiill iU" VUI t Jf V ItJ .11U.1 J IVgOl CU tdllglCUlCl ...:n ..ti .. ii .i.ii . I -..e . ... . .. . iiiu iifu u.ii iiiv luiix tutting 1'Jttuai n ii iviiiu iu u IIMi: list or CaSOS, to a point on the Itickreull river a short j tho attorneys in the Marion hotel suit distance west of Dallas, where a piciiii will be the center of attraction. The club will be tho guests of Walt Shipp completed their arguments Into thin ..f ternoon and tho ense was submitted to tho jury. It has been on iu the circuit tiie Salem bicycle dealer. A first-class court sinco lust Thursday and has been time is anticipateil. Johnnie .lones will be "chef d' occasion" and his reputa tion insures good eats. State Superintendent of Public in struction J. A. Churchill went to Ku gene today to begin a series of lectures this week before tho summer school of the University of Oregon. .Mr. Church ill 's subjects will deal with the duties of state and county school superinten dents, rural school supervisors, citv su perintendents anil principals. On Wed- a hnrd-foucht case. Attorney. r,ir.... and Brown appeared for George Waters and Wulter Winslow for the Hotel .Ma rion 'iompany. The public market in the Ryan build ing will havo its regular day of open snle tomorrow. AU farmers are earnest ly requested to bring in their produce so that the anxious housewives can fill their baskets with good old Oregon fruits and vegetables. A special fea ture of the day will be the opening of Your Eyes Are Giving You 1 rouble REMEMBER We examine eyes scientifically, We make glasses to fit all er rors of refraction, We can duplicate any lens, We please in quality and in price, We guarantee our work. Miss A. McCulloch, Optometrist. 291 N. Com'l St., Ground Floor Hours 9 to 5. Phone 925 (vi iiidviiuciiin turn (M im-ijiui. wo eu- ' . "v mij iu up i lie ope 111 llg (It nesdiiy iie is scheduled to address tho! Hie meat market in connection with teachers at the Monmouth normal ! 'he fruit and vegetable market. Tho firm of John Bailey & sion will have a regular stall in thn m, -i,.. school summer school. The House of Quality 1 goodIgoods Our Ads Are Reliable Officer Woolery and Spencer made a I 1,"c "cy will sell native beef, pork raid on the Salem rooming house about oth!'r oats cv,l'ry So far 1 3:43 .Sunday morning with the result ' r""l'yt i?0" nre V'. "'-v nM'at n,on that Walter llenslev and Pearl llolz-1 f,,n . tho,r. t0i but if n slau were arrested "for disorderly eon-1 .! , 1" .or h.as othcr m,'ats i ' I duct. Hensley put up S0 bail when ! v,,cd ,0 bnnB ,n wha h 1" for sale, taken to the police station this morning. . 0 At X o'clock this morning the couple I Tne flre department at 3:30 this aft appeared for trial, with II. W. Klgin eri,oon responded to a call at Luther acting as police judge. Hensley wusi""'1 "K'naw streets. No serious dam fined while i'carl Holzslau, who!"'''0 waa lone- is nn old oitenuer, was given three days iu jail. o i Warranty Deeds. Mr. Walther, of the Walther-WU-, .EJ R Adams et ux to Uoinan Catb- limns garage of Tiic Dalles, passed ; Archbishop of Oregon, laud iu Sip . .... .1 . . ifc I flf tnroiiuu !aiem lodnv on tne return irip' nuu irom souinern uregon, wuerc ne, wnn a NEWJ0DAY Ono cent per word each inser tion. . Copy for advertisements un- T der this beading should be in by I a p. m. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. All Around T UD tO the DI-Agflnt. tim. th.r. hav I Tlr juuiy ot-tMi nine enses in tne ponce court i physical iiarty, visited Crater Lake. There were two machines in the party and no mis haps took place on the journey, which occupied nine days and covered 1000 miles. They report that the roads to Crater Lake are in excellent condition own Bertha Stewart, director of tho . 1 Hr0 "I e1x;""t ''"",lon ul milium ,i..... f i and that they inaile 16 miles to every during tho mouth of July. This word versify of Oregon, will lecture at tho ""un of t-raso!'"e JI80,L Thp' visitl'J . i ; . it., i d ..... Dili ii v rtmtT MiiintM in Mtiiir iiirii i irptrnii 1 is an exceptionally low one mill i. nn J indication of the quietness of the city at this time of the year. o I RjIfAtQrv aiirf Uv. T. IT O of the Salem Y. M. C. A., went to Al- i "re is given under the supervision of atioii. Mr. Olover was in Watt Shipp 's Mr. and Mrs. Konald Glover and W. 11. Itvars will leave Thursday for Cas- AMUSEMENTS. BLIGH State, between Liberty and High) Motion pictures of the spectacular war drama "Olna of the South Sea," produced in Honolulu, aul "Our Mutual Girl," in the series iu wilich she is "Found"! GLOBE (State, between Lib erty and Higa) Motion pic tures of "The Toll," special Vitagraph drama in two parts, and comedy, "A Wild Ride," featuring the famous Sterling trio. Tiny Snyder, popular baritone, in songs. ; hny Saturdny evening and spent Suu Special meeting of Pacific fv i . .J ,A' 'N- Millton- ii v a i n . . w formerly residents of Salem. They re lodge J.o. 30, A. P. & A. M., ; turned yesterday evening. Mr. Minton this evening. Work in the i is a young attorney of Albany. M. M. degree. Visiting bretli- 0 ri.ll d'nliinnid J. T. Cooper and familv left RaUm tlilu ...nM..l.... V . .i - ...... i . i. . .v.iiiiiK .tn .ivni'un, wiicre mcy tlvmi innn ....i j. i in spend mo next iu days. They went A OOUt 2000 DeoDle from vannn. nirli 1 i .t ' .. .. .) ,, ' r'-i""cu iu mie ine mosi oi ino nine ll',t' vn ley journeyed to : digging rock oysters nud clams. Mr. niiuoii springs fuiidny. Among the ; Cooper is employed in Harne. Ch Store. Mrs. E. T. Albert nd family, of Eu-' gene, is visiting her mother, Mrs.! Unggs, on Nineteenth ftreeth. She is number were numerous Salem people. Of the Snlem contingent, Al Cleveland ami Mauley Ostrnndcr went over bv motoreycle. " 1 o fl it i......ii .v. vj . i on iMiicieeiun Fireeiii. pne IS wiii .k. . . ? brtdgfl "8lneval"0 visiting the other members of the r. . . i. s'Rte1h1,f,,way commission, ! Albert family in Salem. Sue will be went to tort and this morning on busi-jhere about two weeks, ness. lie will return on Wednesday of 0 this week. Mr. I'urevll ! una. I - i a report on the steel wagon bridge! nfTh VT f . , P00,"00 across the river at this city and will' f ,hc. 1 olk t0,'l,,-v Ja,1 Lo," 1av,s assembly hall of Kimball collin row afternoon at 3 o'clock. Ur. Stewart will explain how sex hygiene is best tllllL'ht tn chilil mil A li mnlli.i.a n . I teachers are ngod to .tteml. The lec-' ,'a,lla where they will spend their va uire is given under tne supervision of ; v.iv.i-i m ..nn .-.ui. i tit.. ..mtli...a .v a. , 'tills Iiinriiiiii7 imttiiiir h iu ulmttTnii flVllil ...v mvuiviii vi uir r irst iiiei.iod-1 " ist church, but all mothers are extended ' "' n'H''.v for tlle !rt'Ht brar lnilt illf,st an invitation. 'he mountains about Cascadia. 11c I bought a box of shells and intimated I thai he was going to play havoc with i any bruin iie ran across. If the bear I supply ran short he was supplied with a fishing pole nud reel, so that he ex I poets to "get" something. Mr. (.ilover i is private secretary to Representative j Willis ('. Ilawley, of the First Congres : sionnl district. -o- li t Shield. Of. .1 in T...n T .w .iiivlciiu U (rant, lot 13 B 10 Capital I'ark Add. to J M I'ille to Frank Rea.len, lot IS fellers Subdivision. $10. Frank Bowers to N O Bowers in T S S R 2 W. $1000. PHONE MAIN 81. GE1MAX girl wants housework. Pbone TAKK CHICKEN TAMALES to your wife. Fred's iight Lunch. FOR SALE Household furniture at half price, 2353 Slato street. OLD PAPERS per hundred. foi carpets; 10 cents Journal office. SPLENDID "furnished housekeeping1 rooms at The Lincoln, 633 Ferry. Moose lodge meeting Tuesday night, July 2Sth. Initiation and good time. Roy II. Wassain, dictator. o - A marriage license was issued Satu lav to Yirtnr t. Su-... . .s Uoquiam, Wash., and Miss Eva Gra! -ruig, a c.erK or this city. 0 May Wing Tye ResUursnt, 439 Terrr street. Everything new and clean; uew uiauagemont The best of noodles and raop uey. Short orders at all hours, o Social afternoon of the O. E. & to morrow afternoon at their hall. Visit ing members welcome, - o .You It your worries behind when you take along a suitcase from Cha fer's. No, embarassing spills just at the wroag time. Oct one at 187 South Commercial. across the river at this city and will probably submit his report "soon after his return. Coal users, attention! Ws have just been informed by the mines that on Allltllst 10 the nrii'O nn .11 (K. i-.v coals will advance 50- per ton. In order io gci me oenerit of the low summer prices now prevailing, all orders for spring vunyon r.gg t,nmp coal must reach us not later than August 1, same to be filled as toon as coal arrives. Falls City Lumber Co., 229 North Com mercial street, phone 813. -ouvicted on a charge of murder in the, wconn degree and awaiting a new trial, Has been turned over to Sheriff Kch nt Uiis county for safe-keeping. Sheriff loun (irant of Polk county brought the prisoner over Inst week. Davis' trial' vill come off in August. Interested in the organisation of a new bank at Newport. . mmnnit composed of L. C. Smith, H. O. Savage. . ii. miliums, u. L.. llrsv. Commencing July 30 the Highland Friends church will conduct gospel meetings every afternoon and evening. The evangelist who will speak is l.ins ley A. Wells. The public in general is cordially invited to attend. Rev. Wells is reported to be au effective speaker and is expected to draw large audience.' J. H. Albert banker, of this city, who l a fvrinil rnB.la anlk...i.. Ui U 1 Them., .ml v a vJj l" i 5,u"y evening for .Medford, where LKlVh ,kr,.,,,n' he wi" UV" "rt iB h roads nllt The, .L t6."' '"I" j"tiM that is now ia session there.; wUh h i t i. i. ' 'f'rn"K Whil i okern Owgoa he will take; with, the state hank .n.-.l..:-.. They will remain here several days. the trip to Crater Lake. He is expect- eu uaca m ostein eariy next week. GLOBE Today & Tuesday The Gateway of Regret Strong drama of stage life featuring GWENDOLINE FATE3 The Toll A beautiful 2-reeI Yitigraph society drama featuring DOROTHY KEIXET and JAMES MORRISON A Wild Ride. - Sterling Comedy TINY SNYD--R Popular Baritone. 10c "House of Comfort" Today Everybody attending the afternoon or evening performance at the Bligh Theatre will receive a ticket admitting them FOR- KE.NT Small dwelling iu busi ness district. Phone .19, Carey S. Martin. ASH AND SECOND-GROWTH FIR wood, four foot. Star Wood Co., Phone 420. WANTED Work by first-class carpen ter; town or country. Call ut 017 -Mill street. FOR SALE ! our Seabright bantam liens and one rooster; 270 South Four teenth street. FOR KENT 7-room modern house, close in. Cull J58 South High, or phone 1-122. WANTED To buy a gentle horse and buggy or mail wagon. Addiess C.er ahl Volk, 1U 7, Salem. FOR RENT Modern flvo room cot tage; also housekeeping room. 330 ' North High street. Phone 4. ' Finding his Business growing faster fthnu his nuarters. Oconto Pettimreil. ' the electrician, is planning to occupy I the entire south half of the storeroom I to the Bligh Theatre, ai lai .orin Liperty street, wnere lie 'is now located. Numerous changes are ; to be made that will mid space and convenience. The front Is to be given over to display of fixtures ami sup ' plies, ami a room will be fitted up espe cially for showing the many styles or . ciocirie shades, brackets, etc.. as thev are viewed when in actual use. The office Blld drafting r.lmn n-ill h mni-.l ! to the rear, and the sooth side will be unvoted to display shelving for electric al heating and lighting appliances. -o- WANTED A housekeeper by widower with one child. Lives miles from town. Address E. A., cure of Journal. f ItM 1 Vli WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY lata or th aeries The Girl of Mystery ! After basking in the sunshine of the t'eacnes or rmuthern California, Steve Henderson, a popular young, man of the Capital City, is back at his work in Barnes Cash store. He was absent from Salem for three weeks and took in several of the California cities while on Ms vacation. He reports having had a gilt edge time besides rubbing up against some Mexicans who were tak ing a few days off from the revolution and recuperating in Los Angeles. Along with several others he went slumming but the Mexicans seemed to be living on hair triggers and he expected to feel a stiletto between bis ribs any moment and for that reason he was rather skit tish about that kin. I nt .;m .: j He returned safe and sound, however. good for tomor row, Wednesday or Thursday, when the first series of THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY will he shown in Salem. The world's greatest motion picture. Just one thrill after another. INFORMATION OF VALUE to those wanting to take up homesteads. In quire of Low & Derrick, 359 State street. LOST Tuesday afternoon, carved leather belt, valued as a keepsake. Return to Journal. Reward offered. Phone 3I-F-4. Theatre FOR SALE 1914 Harley Davidson twin two-speed motorcycle iu A-l con dition. Snap if taken" at once. Call at Fanner Hardware Co. FOR SALE 24 acres fruit land, 6 mile Hum euit-m. urn iane ou per acio I ii sold within 30 days. W. E. Detrick. j R. F. D. No. 2, Salem. I 1 i FOR SALE Heifer calf and new bug 1 py used only one month, or will trade ! for horse about 1200 lbs. J. F. Well i man, Jefferson road and Commercial. ' street. : FOR RENT Modern 5-room cottage; new range connected up, included. ! Inquire at 11)3 Hood street, or sey ! P. N. Andresen, Salem Bank of Coin i merce bldg. TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY. inuiouAY. 5 and 10 Cents WANT TO RENT From 30 to 30 aero of tillable land with or without build ings, close in. Would accept smalt . tracts, but prefer all in one body. . Phone 1437 or call Pinckney Broi' ui.y, west eud steel bridge.