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TOE OREGON STATESSIAX: WEDNESDAY", APRIL 17. 1918
Prevention of Eye Strain
In the case of eyes, as In most other cases, prevention is desir
able. Eye strain that has endured for any length of time is almost
sure to have injured the eyes more or less and to have caused a
lot of annoyance to the patient. Be far-sighted and consult us at
'once. We will give you our best attention, as our equipment Is
complete. ' ,- . ' 4 ' " . j
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
State and Liberty Street.
Ir. Punk-t to. Optometrist. Ilroken Lenses Daiilirateri.
With Our Complete Equipment
Refined services and latest meth
ods of embalming, 'twill be a ''funer
al beautiful." Webb Clou gh Co.
1 1 1 1 Lur ----
Idaho Official Here
M. p. Allen, elate engineer of
Idaho. Is In Oregon Inspecting high
way. , improvement projects and
speaks in a commendatory manner
of the work on projects he has vis
ited, lie was a caller at the state
An item In The Statesman of Tues
day with regard to the receipt of
materials at the Red Cross work
room caused some misunderstanding,
The Daraeranh should have stated
specifically that a large shipment of
gauze bandage material had been re
ceived at the rooms In the postofflce
- not general materials for war, ar
tides at the headquarters. A large
shipment of muslin and outing flan
nel Is on the way. When this-ar
rives work will be "begun on a list
of seven articles as follows: Pa
jama suits, bed .jackets, bed shirts,
helpless case shirts, convalescent
shirts,' underwear and bath robes
It is requested that seven boxes a
month be made up of these articles
this order superseding all other al
x OREGON State street near
O. E. depot. Home of Artcraf t
and Paramount pictures.
"The Hostage," with Wallace !
LIBERTY Liberty near
State. 'Hands Down," with
BLIOM SUte between Lib
erty and High. Mutual and
Bluebird films. Special films.
Too Whip" In 8 reels.
Judge George G. RJnjcham
Will, lecture on "The Trial of
Christ from the Standpoint of - a
Lawyer." at the First Pnlted Breth
ren church in Yew Fark Sunday
evening. April 21, at 8 o'clock. An
offering for the benefit of the church
will taken at the close of the
lecture. L, "
.t 1 have a tlZQ Singer player piano
which I will sacrifice for $562. It's
an unusual bargain a rare oppor
tunity for anyone wanting a high
grade instrument at a low price. E.
L. Stiff & Son. 4 46 Court St.
Grocery Clerk Wanted
Phone 236 or 1618J.
Preparing For Paving
A crew of ar-out ten men is ai
work on a four-mile stretch of road
between the fair grounds and Pud
ding river. The old road bed Is be
ing loosened up wun a good, deal oi
effort and prepared lor a roca tea
which is eventually to carry hard
surface paring. .
Council Meets Monday
The regular meeting of the city
council, which regularly would have
been held Monday night of this weeK.
was postponed until next Monday,
1 have a S7&U singer piayer piana
which I will sacrifice for $562. It's
an unusual bargain a rare oppor
tunity for anyone wanting a hlgn
grade Instrument at a low price. E
L. Stiff & Son. 4 46 Court St.
Says Ukrainia Presents
Artistic Dances WiU Be
Seen at-May Day Festival
Rifle Shoot Is Potoncl
On account of the MarQuarrle
meeting at the armory tonight,' the
regular meeting and shoot of the
Salen; Ririe club has been post
poned until Friday night. The club
now has about luO members and out
of that number It Is going to pro
duce some excellent shooting talent.
Anyone Interested Is free to witness
the shooting at the armory.
Lecture for 'Housewives '
A Mrs. Jennie Kemp, who Is "field
agent for the Oregon food adminis
tration, will speak on "Food Prob
lems for the Housewife" In the au
ditorium of the public library Satur
day afternoon at 2:30. The women
who were interested in the course
on war breads will find this a worthy
continuation of the work they have
been doing. A edrdlal Invitation IS
extended to all the women of Salem
to hear jMrs. JCemp. ,
Ycnns Man Wanted ,
To learn Printing trade. Good
wages while learning.' Apply States
man Composing , Room, upstairs.
"Windmills of Holland"
HlEb schoel auditorium, Friday,
'April 1. .
Salem Frolt Company-
Pays highest cash price for egp.
any quantity. 267 s commercial si.
Mre Candidate Filo
The last of the county candidates
Mairriace License Isued
Licenses to wed weie Issued from
the clerk's office yesterday to the
following: C. E. Fuel and Elizabeth
A. Fuel, of Salem; George J. Gor
don of Polk county, and Mrs. Myrtle
Swift, of Marl.vn county.
At The Cmrt House '
Petition was filed by Millie R
Morse, asking for a monthly allow
ance of $75 per month from the es
tate. The last will and testament of
Henry B. Tbielsen was filed, show
ing the disposition" of a number of
old and .very valuable heirlooms to
riiffrrnt members of the family.
The entire balance of ival and per-
I nrnncrlv Was left tO RIA Wia-
ow. The estate Is estimated to te
valued at $47,500. The executors
romipstcd that the court appoint o
P. Bishop. Iiusseu waiuu anu jm"
rtnumcartner as appraisers. In the
.. rr v. B. McKowan. administra
tor of the estate of Josepn rorsier
to irtake themselves known filed their J aaBSt J. T. Reams et al. a writ of
petitions at the court house yester
" a m
day. They weie u. A. rouaa, or
execution was issued for the sum of
$1121 and costs on judgment rena-
WASHINGTO., ApAl 15. From
a special envoy of the Frankfurther
Zeitung. sent inio Ukrainia to report
upon the economic outlook, the Gcr
mans have received a rather dismal
picture of what" they thought was a
,,reat prize when they broke this pro
vlnce away from Russia.
An official dispatch from France
today gives this account of .Jhe Z
;"The correspondent says that th
hopes which the central powers coul
i.lacv In the Ukraine as a counterpart
i.i th Aid which was lent her against
... ... , . .
ithe Bolshevilfl are lessened ny u)?
stiidv of the situation. In the silos
on the granges there Is at present
nrt availahlA suddIv. The correspond
ent reveals that as a result of the
dispossession of these large proprie
tors vn where niantings were made
there Is no prospect of a harvest be
"There Is said to be more drunk
enness than ever throughout the
country and a largo amount or agri
cultural lands have been destroyed.
hrourh an uprising of the peasants
which has ben going on tdnce Janu
ary. In a single large estate the low
I- valued at over 4 0T.OOO.OOft rubles.
'tko.o urr estates are the ones
which formerly did the bulk of the ex
porting. The sugar inuusiry ---tlcally
May Day exercises on May, 3 and 4
111 be the most important event of
all social functions of the college
year at Willamette university. New
and interpretative dances wm e
given by the girls of Willamette ant
dainty flower dance in costume
will take place on the lawn. The
dancers are to be Misses Spoor, Gar
rett. Harris. Mlnton. Walker, Sav.
age. Syre. Sherwood. Targent, PaCk-
Ingharo. Smith. Yannte ana -anip-
bell. ' v
The most beautiful of these dances
will be the winding pf the Maypoie
and the Maypole dance ny Misses
rmtsan. DeLon. HohPs. trait.
Morrer. Nichols. Weber, Twidweiu
Wise. Hnrbetz, Parounaglan. Goltra
McKennon. Goodin. Sterling. St. I
Pierre, Johnson, McClnre. Martin.
Medler. Skinner, Scatchwfll, Jas
koskl and Hanson. -
Spring " .
Aumsville. Republican candidate for . . defendant J
constable .and William Bowley. Re- WJ 1
une 1. 1917.
publican candidate-fur constable for
Note (Tianire of Iocatlon
Miss A. McCulloch, optometrist,
row located at rooms 204-205 Sa
lem Bank of Commerce bldg.
Young Man Wanted
At the Spa.
W. S. Brown of Oregon Agricul
tural eollere was a guest at the
. . m
Flltor-- White lgnorns . hotel yesterday.
wesi layiDK ul"c"
n,h white Leehorn hen,
FARXSWORTH To Mr. and Mrs.
fl. K. Farnsworth. of Route 4, near
. Ralem. at the Salem hospital. Sun
day. Apill 4. 1918. a daughter.
She will be named Elizabeth
County Treasurer Held to: mt
Act in Ex-Olficio Capacity
Under section 12. chapter 357
Laws of 1917. county treasurers are
ex officio treasurers of Irrigation
dirtricts In their respective counties,
according to a ruling of Attorney
General Brown in rcrponse to a ques
tion from District Attorney Bert C.
Boylan of Madras. The opinion holds
that the trcasuret of the Suttlea Lak
Irrigation district, elected nnder sec
tion 2. chaDter M-9. Laws of 191-.
Is succeeded by the collator treasurer
tinder the later law, and that funds
t th. hand of the district treasurer
should be transferred to the county
treasurer. ' .
Comt in and look over the
hundred of all-wool suit pat
term we have in Hock.
We'll make voa a suit at a
surprisingly low price. Order
426 STATE STREET
Miss EdMh Trautroan Is the Dem
ocratic nominee for village treasurer
of Keneca Falls. N. T.
- Two thousand . American ' women
physicians have registered for medi
cal service during the war.
Souvenir f Sioee of Parts
Dr. W. Lone, the well known vet
erinarian of Salem, whose home l
Correction In Gale'a Al I - 249 South. Church street, has a
A price of $1.88 should have been Uouvenir of the siege of Paris. 1S70
tTirtl in the Cale In Co. an of
April 16. as the price of the Fern i
washable kid gloves.
''Ifav Cm to Camn Lewi
A meetlnc of the Willamette
Women't Glee club was held Tuesday
' . morning to make arrangements for
i i a ronrert which will probably be
. i t.w M.itkU Ida I ((.
f -V. .! -7 VV .hT nid the one with France.
.' near future. - Aiirii " - i . j
eelved by the glee club Inviting It to of which the "Ouvenlr ? J1 "J
rive a concert and final arrange-1 minder
ments ar being made for the date.
1871. which he seenred wmie on a
visit to that city In 1871. and has
ketp ever since. It l Pie e
war bread of those days, stuck onto
a white tablet, under glass, hermet
ically sealed. It is a Utile aaraer
than most of the war bread seen in
Mi rnHiitrr now but not darker
onM he the fate of the United
" " ' . . '. .LI.
if Germany snouia win ui
t'tuhlnir lArenses Isftuori-
vi h in licenses Usuca at tne
Watt Shlno store are as follows:
nirt stmnson. I. Greenoaum. i. t.
Clark. Russell Pmith. F. H. Taulus.
J. C. Rogers,
r. W. Parker.
Harrlss. of Tumer: Sam Bower, Si!
number 251. owned by C. f. Win-
lams, edltv or tne isonnwrat i u, ,
Journal, first plac over all the other
1606 fowla Ol pracucauy
vnnwn breed. Mr. Williams' nen nas
i-i Hot 132 eecs since November
. a i l acuta a v s
, o. e. lwis. urn,! . .ne conlest began, or 101
Wolford, an or saieni. . otncr word she missed oniy
n. I'amer. u. i.i ... i i. i th-t time, ins
J. t - . a
Boise. Idaho, on duud
with the Lumbermen's Trust com-
PaMyr's. Robert Shlltx came In from
Black Rock yesterday on a buslne
rD.n A. Cook of Dallas was In the
city yesterday on one of his remi-
Mrs. F. I. Cutsforth of Woodburn
Many American women are study
ing chemistry with a view to mak
Inc It their profession.
Mexico's first woman aviator, Mrs.
Enedlna Monroy. has Joined the gov
ernment flying corps.
Mrtra mn for factory work, M
hnur time and rood wages: steady
t.. ii.it r.tntnirious Dlea
... ..... ..
,tn or tne nossiuuuy v
taKiOUfl diseases oeina nrnfi I "uv
' , Piece
Own (tt ill as;psea. Hear
kM at Araaarr vrry SatarUar
. ae SI I.
A Tloma Away from Htn
f trletln Modartv Per Day
ISO Waaa f SII4 Caaafart
Only Hotel In Business Dlatrlet
This samole of war bread
was the same as furnisnea. to ur
residents during the siege, each per
n i,.inr allowed a dailr ration of
300 grammes of It. with 30 grammes
ef horse meat There la a statement
on the medal: "All was eaten; dojrs.
cats and rats." There is also a price
list of articles, during the siege,
showing the out of butter, beer.
a.- AaM.Aav aaa Tl rt 1 f
...... Iwlr mutton. dOZ pudding.
dog guts (6 francs per pound); beef
pudding!" Pilchards, cneese wowu.
coke, onions, etc
iiiiivi.. V. 7 ' vri,j, - iir in Salem yesieraaj
pen of five bird nas nm v--- " vm ailn and son Carl came
VB.v i . . k.ii city yesieruay i -
Vraltnt II. 8. Ulie OI VU
a, - i
a t i urn. n State St. I . t.j rv their .nt Monday In Portiana on
- lected ano enu "" " w,j "l ' I tlA with his house
rommunlties Into camp. m """""I ""v i -vin
rl has ssued a rettuest io
. rlAI ...t.
10V C M rnho have Tur ns the Vast weeH and a very few
Wen" exposed io communicable d.s- case, of me-les Hoyser left for
eases, and make , m-edlate rert Mr and Mrs. O. M. Hoyser
throun me 10. v -ittt ,.- nrt fn. .T
. . . I - ... ky a I ni irri vi i rv4 1 1 -' i .... -
camn to wbkh the recruit Is a
Alice Miles has gone to Sll-
All rmcn Airair i Candidate
The last day of registration at the
citv hall brouzht In the following
ruin-? o. L. Scott, candidate for
alderman from the seventh ward; N.
D. Klllott .alderman rrom me iru
th ward; Fred J. Smith, alderman
from the first ward; James McCW
in.i .iirmi nfrom the sixth ward;
ntto'j. Wilson, alderman from the to go.
OregwTaxi& Baggage Co.'
Try our Checking System on
Baggage. Claim Checks for every
UK HUTTF.lt C:tP
on 4 V BITTKH
w.l. k ..ik.iiinta. (tnr us'a al-
ways nurd. If your srrocrr aosn i
ha1l It. Call r It at .....,.
CAPITAI. ITV I'lMirEIHWK
n Ports of Toledo, ur.. "
the city yesterday for a few hours.
Jedge HatTV 11. wen anu
. ...li - t rvaiiaa wt-re
nrer A. I. iiooni '-- -
rxn r - - - - .. , i-
t. riin.ra of I'rivaie i"-nj.i
....1. it..- -in ii iii rrinsy n
MlV.ll-H.il". ..... ... - " ' ...
cantonment at Douglas. An..
take elar. Friday - "Vr tVY visitors In Salem.
ducud by R.;i"r -7:
Salem Veil Co, Phone 41-
. . Buy One
Welch Electric Co.
220 N. Com.
! Phone 5S.
W MT aary- Wafceal prl
far laawaa kal4 a4 taeU mt
People'! Second Hand Store
Til H. Caaaaaaral 1U I'fcaaa T
Uied Fcrniture Wanted
lllsaeat eaah eHrra al4 fee mm4
E. L. STIFF & SON,
Phone 041 or 608
Diseases of Women and
SOC United States National Bank
Building, Salem, Oregon
I pay the highest cash price.
Before you sell, get my
prices I also'bny all kinds
of second hand furniture and
, The Square Deal House.'
271 ChemeketaSt Phone 398
Kxtra Special 3 Hs. De
pendable Coffee for ... 9 Jc
We will pay 11 to any one who
Is not satisfied that Depend
able Coffee is worth .40c
Dependable Spices, all flavors,
2 o. .t c
3 lbs. Royal Club Coffee arid
2 ox. Vanilla for . .'. . fl.QO
I lb. can Royal Club Coffee
and 2 oz. can Pepper . . 35c
llershey Cocoa, ht lb. tin. ISc
1 b. cr.n Chocolate
1 lb. can Red Salmon ...
Large pkg. fJolden Rod
7 bars Pacific Laundry
Xatterman Kuner.1 Today
i,... vr the late John o
4-W I V II vn V - .a
v.i-, a ton of Mr. and sirs.
V. v i-rmsn. will b h-ld from
if h is Barents, -
..it. ,.r Turner, mm i -
.t t o'rtock. Rev. ueorat-rv.-i..-.
! t i h .k.ra ai inn luurui.
Will i. . nii
. -,m m at Turner In the Old
I . I 1 1 1 V 14 L w ... -
We will pack, move or store
your goods and guarantee aat
Isfactlon. Rate on Kagtern Shipments
riano Movtnir and Out of Towa
WOOD AND COAL
457 State" StreeL
Webb & Clouds
Complete Equipment -
Corner Court and High Eta.
Hulk Soda Crackers, lb.
5 liars A. II. Naptha Soap 30c
5 Rars Fell's Naptha Soap 33c
No. 3 Compound SI. 30
No. 10 Compound .... S2.a0
lU-st Creamery llutter, lb. 4Tc
5 lb. Karo Syrup 5"
' 10 lbs. Karo Syrnp
Jell-o. 3 pkg.. for
2 cans Winn.!1
Cream of Rarley, pkg..
Monopole Raisins, pkg.
Sun Maid Raisins, pkg.
3 pks:s. 11 ot. Raisins
5 bars Crystal White Soap
j.c Path Tablets. 2 for
Cnam Oil Soap. 3 for .
American Club Coffee. Satnr
at nnlv notind 2-c
N. P. C. Crackers and Cookies.;
GILL In Salm. Tuesday, April IS.
1918. Mrs. Margaret A. GUI, who
was 3 years old.
She has two grandsons. hliny
and Eugene GUI two former Ealem
high school boys; who are In tne
army In France.
Mrs. CHI had been In bed for only
, i, riHhmtrTi n nan awn in-
i- .i... o rail aome time ago. Iter
.i.M.kirr.m.hw. Mm. George V. Gill.
was recently seriously Injured In an
automobile accident. The doccasod
made her home with her son. George
im i4t Smith nttare street.
"'V; t fB in. Mrs. Gill would
. l K veara old. She W8S Z
..ii... .r th state oi inniana. r-n
. . r. .rn aha came to Salem
from Eugene and has lived here con
Tho funeral will be held this
i .t ;30 o'clock from tho
IIIVI UIIIK '
u-.kt. rimirh rhanel. Rev. I .
I r... Kin nnluct the services
I -pu Kwi will be taken on the 10:50
j Southern Pacific train to Eugene, for
Pomona Grange Will Hold-
Meeting at Fair Grounds
Don't let your bad cold or
La Grippe hang on until it
undermines your general
Break un the cold in 24
Schaefer't Cold Tab
lets will do the trick. Mildly
133 N. Commercial Et.
$1.50 per cwt. for Cast Iron
85c per cwt for Stove Cast
75c per drt. for Iron, 8teel
Have you anyrning
No 1 Sacks, 15c each
Dispose of It now
Bring it to us .
' It's a matter of dollars In
your interest to do so.
WESTERN JUNK CO.
Salem's Leading Junk
Corner of Center and Court
Watch for announcement on
TO OTH BRUSHES
A very strong1 assortment In
cluding the famous "Orien
tal Ivonr " "Prophylactic,"
etc 5c to $1.00
Large variety, 50c to $1X0
Including a complete line of
military brushes zoc to o.w
Good assortment l&c to f 1.00
BATH BRUSHES :
$1.00 to......., $3-00
25c to. . . ..;, . .$L23
Almost anything you may
want 'in brushes may .be
' ' bottght.here '
. Court St.' at Liberty :
The . .
Carries the messages from the brain to all parts of tb body.
Th-e message, tell -b part of the body how to perform IU
functions. t ' ' ' . .
If this line of communication (the spinal cord )b Interfered
with the mcftages do not reach their destination and that part of
the body does not function normally. This is called disease.
PresPure of a vertebra on the spinal cord produce, this result.
Cblropractlcs remove this prwsate and health Is the result.
Dr. O. L. SCOTT,
Ibm 400-TJ. V. H. Xatbmal Itank P.ildlng.
Office PUe S7. Ilealdrnce Phone
' 11 aaa-a.--.----------------
We Ruy Fgft Pay " Trade
or tVh. I
Uimlnes and swlabllily will be
onmt.infd at the meeting of Pomona
('.range which Is to be held at the
fair grounds today. As It is the reg
ular quarterly meeting, the morning
BMon will be devoted to business
ruattersr. Including arrangements for
the state grange tq be held here In
June. There will lie a banket dinner
a noon, and In the aftt-rnoon. at the
Woodman headquarters, there will
be a sp-clal program of much Inter
Minnesota Pledge to
Take Vote of Soldiers
f. v A
t . a w
st PAI'I.. MINN.. April
ri.lHntr.iielf to the early adoption
of an order providing for taking the
Whether the franc hl win ei- . AAAa,Aaaaaae VV.aa
an order proviiing ror iiua r m .
,SSsr.SS i Buv 3rd Liberty Loan '-.Bonds'
r ballots for distribution arnon V AaVUV V MM.mr t .
e soldiers In th service. V ' This Space Patriotically Contributed byValls City-Salent Lumber Co.
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