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Philippino Boy Speaks
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' .Kugene D;vlcs, Fein Annette Uavis,
; Dorothy Ittne Daii.cn, Lucille Ma
; rie Domberpor. Cicorge Major
Douft, Jr., Koa Dertha Dragrr. Kva
Dutton. Phillip rackrr Elliott,
;Katherine Uuth English Marcus Ilay
; ard Findley.-Loroy Lawrence Frazier.
;!Jason"Earl Krizzeil, Klpidio i
t niendo .Caona, Bernardo Barnachea
iOapazrpsther Lina CarV Orace
lora George, Isabelle Annabel!
George, Elsie Gilbfrt. Mildred -qui.
Mary Margaret Goodin, Evelyn Iowa
G rabenborst, Ida Agnes 1 la fterson.
Edna Marie Hall, Agnes Jefferson
Ilalsell, William Terry Harris", Adda
Janet llait, Cajtnen Enola Harwood,
Loyal Wilbur Henderson, Stephen
Maurice Hickman. Amelia lloefling
lionaH Valentine lloggj Lucy Min
ers a Holt. Charlotte Opal Horning.
Grace Kathryn Humphreys, Grace
Lorene Hunt. Harlan Arthur Hunt,
Merle I vie, Ilutn Luciie Jones, Mil-
uim ivayior, aiu ueu Kershner, Ig
nore Mabel Koon. Martus Lorenzo
I-atham, James Brick-Liggett. Doris
Alberta Lenon, Lacy Margaret Ion
ard, Everett Wineland -Quisle. Ches
ter Arthur Long. Joan Thomas
ROTH'S GEM BLEND COFFEE
35c lb., 3 lbs. for $1.00
As a Special Bargain Day Extra; we will give with
each purchase of three pounds of Gem Coffee
ONE POUND FREE
15 LBS. QUAKER CORN MEAL
15 LBS. GOLDEN GLOW CORN FLOUR
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
HOT HOUSE TOMATOES. CUCUMBERS
OREGON TELEPHONE PEAS. RADISHES. CABBAGES
OREGON NEW POTATOES. HEAD LETTUCE
Clark Seedling Strawberries 2 for 25c
Extra Fancy Oregon Strawberries ......." 15c box
California Grape Fruit . . . . ; "3 for 25c
Kentish Cherries Delicious for Pies 21bs. for 25c
Extra Selected Bananas. Ward's Fancy Oranges.
Don't overlook our Coffee Special Gem is the
Best Coffee in Town.
TODAY ONLY 4 for $1.00
ROTH GROCERY CO.
Lucker, Jr.. Hazel McGilchrlst, EI ma
Maurcne Mc Kinney. Carrie Edna
Magera, William Opilvie Marr. Amel
ia Meyer. Marjorie Low Miller, Will
lam p. Mohney. Jr.. Hellen Aloah
Moore. Tora Anne Mortensen. Efrie
Gertrude Mull. Beatrice Kathryn
Murphy, Lucy Inez Nichols. Madii.n
Nichols. Ceejl Ward N'ist. Julia Har
riet ratchin, Luella May Fatton,
William Henry Tatilus. Carl Henry
Pembertn, Fred Charles Peterson.
Jiarvey .Monroe Peterson, Fiank Ken
neth Power. Sirinev Ilrvan rv.
Dewey Timothy Probct. Ina May
Iroc tor, Pertha Caroline Propp. Carl
iiiiam jienruss, Mildred Gretchen
Reid, Paul Kress Richardson. I5en
jamin Henry Rider. Emma Bertha
Ristow. Charles Glasgow Robertson,
Opal Belle Robertson.' Helen Rose,
Arthur Ross, Eugene Reed Rowland.
aran jluciIc Rowland, Alice Violet
Schrunk. James Paul Sherwood.
Floyd La Verne Siegmund, Linis
Simpson. Willard DeWey Simpson,
Willard Henry Sims. Richard Dudley
Plater, Angeiine Elmyra Smith.
Doyle J. Snyder. Leslie Harold
Springer. Bessie Lai Sun, Esther Lai
Sun. Dorothy Taylor. Earle Wilfred
Taylor. Jessie Fern Taylor, Dorothy
Catherine Thompson. Flora May
Turnbull. Lois Martha Tyler, Eloise
Upson. Walter Van Osdol, Verda
Beryl Vaughn. Lloyd Benson Walt.
Ruby Ellen Welsh. Mamie EInora
Wheeler, Harold Leon White. Meryl
Scudder Whitney, Elsie Wikoff. Pan
sy Fay Willard. Avis Adelaide Will
iams Everette Thomas Wood. Gladys
Hilda Zcll. j
Fifty-Fifth Annual Commence
ment of Salem Institu
tion Is Held
CANTATAS ARE GIVEN
Second Violin Mary Heenan. Marg
Viola Maile Loper. Mildied Daaes.
Cello Lena Huckestcin. , Helen
. . Synaes.
Piano Ieona WIedmer.
Harp Solo Mary Lehold.
Violin Solo Anna ISerndorfner.
Chorus Academic Vocal Class
Soli Clementia Sherman. Wilhei-
inina Doerfler. Clare Winkler.
Clare Derfler. Sarah Lansing,
FIRES IN W00I
Tribute to Teachers and Pu
pils Is Paid by Rev.
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Our Goods are all Bargains, considering the present wholesale
price of merchandise
- : , BICYCLES
I ATHLETIC GOODS
vv ARMY SHOES
13 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON BICYCLES ANI TIRES
- SATURDAY ONLY
f OUTFITTERS TO SPORTSMEN
Helpful Hints on Banking
: the term implies, such bank accounts
are opened in the names of persons, and
may constitute savings or deposits for check
I in purposes.
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NumlKred among the 5.000 depositors here at tl.e
United States National Uank are men. Women and
childmi of all classes and with all intereMi...
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ONE COURT IS
PLAN THAT MAY
Judge Carey of Law Reform
Committee to Draw Scheme
One ceneral court for tta niw
state of Oregon, embracing the func
tions of all ptrscnt courts and pre-ril-I
over by a chief justice may be
the judicial scheme nrpspntrvH tnr
consideration of tht nv ncC;,.r. nr
the legislature by the committee on
law rerorm appointed at the session
or 1917. The one-court plan has ap
proval of most of the seven mem
bers of the committee and It has been
left with Judge Charles H. Carey of
Portland, chairman of the committee
to formulate into a report and sub
mit to the committee at a future
The committee on law reform was
appointed by the last legislature to
investigate and renort tn hA
, assembly a plan for the revision and
....... v. iiui. vi juuii mi Buuunisira-
tion. practice and procedure, with a
" Diiiiuiiiiriuun, np 10. reauce
""J cAycuse uj aeiays OI Illlgailon I
" " promote me certainty
justice In the courts. Members
the committee aterv : il(n n-ir
They are Charles II. Carey. Portland;
V. I. Fenton. Portland; K. R. Bry
son. Eugene; Justice George H. Rur
nett. Salem; Ben Selling. Portland;
Judge Percv R. Kellr. Albany, and
Alfred S. Bennett. The Dalles.
Few t--tiiig;H llrkl.
But one meeting of the committee,
attended by all member, has been
held. That was about a , year .ago.
At another meeting last fall three
members were present. Several ju
dicial administration changes, com
ing within the shone or duty outlin
ed for the committee by the legis
lature, were suggested by different
members, but discussions were eon
fined mainly to the one-court nim
Under the one-court plan, all courts -I
in the state, from the lowest to theil
highest, would be presided over by I
the chief Justice."- Departments
woulff doubtless be created, it is ex
plained, with police courts, justice of
the peace courts, county courts and
circuit courts t!arrt in ihiP
departments. As presiding official.
the chief justice would have author
ity to assign any judge to any court !
tn the state of the department jn !
wairh he would h accustomed to ait f
while circuit judges would someti mes 1
e assigned to sit with, the supreme j
court. The chief justice would not '
busy himeslf with haHn ...
ments or writing opinions. His whole
duty would be that of executive of
ficer of the court. '
WoiiM Distribute Work
The committeo iIam
sk the legislature to lopkiit.
office any judges holding positions
maer the nrsent svstoin t-n.t.,. .
existing system the main defect in
ludjcial administration Is that judges
tre not available for th rrvar hues
?t 13 said, tho rirruit inAtr A
have month to keen ihm K,..r
while in other r.;rts of th cit.
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u.uany in Muitnoah county, the;
numoer or Judges Is Insufficient to
take care of the work -
7-In the supreme court a congestion
r Wf)r 3 most of the time, hut
'he condition as far as ,.,,-.
litigation is concerned vnnia
mproved by increasing the norson.
nel of the supreme court .it Is said,
for the reason that everv Indira
opposed to peruse every case appeal!
i to that ttibunal.
Under the one-court nla
the chief justice power to assign anr
Judge to any cwirt that might need
him because of a rnnrn:flnn i.
much time cotildbe saved befor tho
cases reached the omrom.
While much has iteen writ ton n tKn
one-court plan bysttidents of judicial
ILT..' inr Wm has not been
tried fully In arty state.
Prominent among the commence
ment events of the season in Salem
was" the fifty-fifth annual commence
ment or Sacrea Heart academy, held
in the high school auditorium Thurs
day night. True to the hitrh tan,t.
ards established by the faculty of the
acauemy, u was an event of great
inerest, and a source of much nio.io.
ure to music lovers.
The leading feature in this part
of the program was the beautiful
cantata entitled VThe Garden of
Flowers" which was presented in cx
celent form by the academic voieal
iiass. -This will not be soon for
gotten by those who were fortunate
enuogh to be present. Numbers by'
1 ue sinngea quartet were also par-
Or striking interest and spiritual
import was the recitation "The Call
r 1 f m mm .
' i iiirisi presenter! by a num-
ter of the students with Miss Mary
a . ft a . . . .j
ieiKjiu ai tne narp.
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uernani murpny aeiivereu a
very instructive addiess on the (ran
ties or-convent education and reHn-
ment. in coure of which he paid a
glowing tribute to the teachers and
pupils of the school. The air of pat
riotism that pervaded the entire
evening was doubly emphasized by
closing the performance with ' the
singing of the national anthom
. Following is the list of graduates:
Modern Language Course Anna
Mildred Bemdorfner, Salem; Clara
Maddalen Doerfler. Shaw; Frances
star ton Doerfler. Silverton; Wllhel-
mina Dorothy Doerfler. Silverton;
Eleanor Margaret Uuckestein. Salem.
Teachers' Ttaining Course, state
Certificates Clara Magdalen Doer-r
uer, nances Marion Doerfler. Wil-
neimlna Dorothy Doerfler. Eleanor
The program was as follows:
The Call of the Christ
Andante Finale de Lucia Hi !jm.
iivcu nana alone)
of I Eleanor Uuckestein (
of me harden of Flowers. Cantata
Conferring of Graduating Honors
Address to the Graduates "
Rev. Bernard Murphy. O. S. B.
Star Spangled Banner
At the Piano U-ona WIedmer
At the Harp Maty Lcbold
The Arena .... Felicina Antenone
me I'lace. A Few Days Later. .
Oarden. The Same Day.......
I-ady I-iti tf-ntia s Apartment, frleht
The Arena Acain. Th K'f-t
Morning ...... Fiances lorrfler
Tfte ;anlen of Flower
Urst Violin Anna Bemdorfner.
Now :iave ready for delivery.
Thousand Headed Kale Plants
In any quantity. Special low
price of fl.23 ht thousand.
Late Cabbage Plants
Now have ready Tor delivery.
Late Sure: Head Cabbage Plants
Some fine plants ready for de
j Some very fine plants on hand
Dandy plants now ready
Now coming on the market
! ASTER PLANTS
fcome very fine special color
now on hand.
nnen plants are wanted in
laV-ge lots, place your order the
aay trore delivery Is wanted
so' that we can have them ready
wuen you call.
D. A. WHITE & SONS
!61 State St.
l(.Ki:S OF XXSTIP.THX
Neglected const it pat ion may cause
pues. ulceration or the howrls. ap
pendicitis, nervous prostration, par
alysis,. Don't delay treatment: Best
remedy is Foley's Cathartic Tablets.
Do their work surely, easily gentl.-.
without Injury to stomach or intes
tinal lining. Contain no habit-form-Ing
drugs. Fine for fat folks. J. C.
Under the ruling of Director Gen
eral McAdoo women employed In
railroad work are assured of receiv
ing equal pay with men for equal
The Young Women's Christian as
sociation, out of Its four millioa dol
lar budget, has appropriated $200.
000 for-war work among colored
Mayor Connell of Scranton, Pa
has issued an order forbidding the
girls of that town from kissing the
soldier boys as they pass through on
the troop trains.
Two Flat Cars Are Destroyed
on Tracks of Valley
HIGH TOWER IS BUILT
Gives View of Entire Wood
ed Section County Is
The fire t date have Ltn con
fined lo !abing only bat with the
continued dry weather some. j thi
flame- are. bound to get Into adja
cent green ;ti tub-r ncls corralled.
Mr. Fuller and a gaag of men nav?
about finished the contraction of
a high lookout tower on the nmuit
rf ItaM mountain which riser some
370 feet wet of Fall City. From
this station it will h bokeJM fr
the fire warden to obtain a clear
view of the vat timbered section of
the entire western part of the coun
ty and with telephone connections la
the tower he can nr.tifr wardens
throughout the district of any fires
he may discover.
Polk county Is without doubt on
of the best patrolled counties In the
state and Mr. Fuller has bad trails
cut in every direction through the
timber to allow quick travel in case
. DALLAS. June 12. f Special tt
The Statesman I Forest fires so far
this year are threatening some of
the valuable tlmler in wct-tern Polk
county. Supervising Fire Warden
W. V. Fuller reports that the first
of the week a fire in the vicinity of
Bla'-k Rock burned two flat cars an 1
threatened the destruction of a
bridge on thr logging road of ttf
Willamette Valley Lumber company's
noiaings. only tne prompt action
of a fire firhtin ranir utM I ho
structure froi.i complete destruction.
British Vessel Fights
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tacked last night off the Virginia
coast by a German submarine, passed
I safely through the Virginia capes
today apparently not damaged ser
iously, tf at all.
Naval officials hero were Informed
of the ship's arrival, bat had no ac
count of her experience with the
At least one of the German sob
marines operating off the American
coast Is camouflaged so as to pre
sent at a distance the appearance of
an ordinary freighter, according to
Captain Bratland. master of the
Norwegian steamer VInland, one of
the raider's victims.
BARGAIN DAY SPEGIA
.For Saturday June 1
Special arrangements have been made for this annual merchandising event with the
idea of giving greater values than ever when the present market conditions are considered
This surely is the time to make your purchases. not only for the present but for future needs.
" bt offered throughout the store ; the diipllyi conveniently .fringed so thu .election.
Odd lines Women's and Children's Black Cotton Hose ptir
12 l-2c, lite, 35c
ChiadSg tSfaf W RibboD3plaia taffeU nd vclty ribbons, V2 to 6 inches wide.
Women's and Misses' Neckwear-organdies and figured lawns, two special lots 48c and 79c
Women's Lingerie Waists, lace and embroidered trimmed, 2 lots which will go fast C3c, $1-48
DpS dc Ch G-"e. slightly mussed from
Women's and Misses' Breakfast Suits, made of good quality percales, per suit ....... . $1.03
Children's Gingham Dresses, ages 2 to 6, 6 to 14, $1 43
Cotton Khaki Farmerettes' i Overalls, decidedly serviceable, per suit $LD3
Women's and Misses' white wash Skirts, pique, gaberdine and duck special - 51 i8
Women's and Misses' Lingerie Underwear, combinations, envelopes and gowns. $1.43 $1.93
One full rack Odds and Ends of Suits, Silk Dres, Bilk Kimonos, marked at prices iJs than
WperrmntS n ' monos House Dresses, Skirts, etc your choice
KABLY SHOPPING IS ADVISED
OUTFITTEBS TO WOMEN. MISSES AND CHILDREN