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THE QR1XK)! STATESMAN t SrXDATt MAY 11. 1019 '
Army and Navy Fans Who Helped New York to Take Off Baseball Lid
UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
DIRECTOR (JEXERAL f)F RAILROADS
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES X&RTH OF ASHLAND, 01
, Change of Time
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Changes in time at Salem
MAIN LINE ' : ,
Xo. 13 Leave Salem 11 :t5 am instead of 11:10 pm
Xo. 23 Leave Salem .4:08 pm' instead of 4:05 pm
Xo. 27 Leave Salem 0:4 pnt instead of 3; 54 pm
54 Leave Salem
28 Leave Salem
18 Leave Salem
24 Leave Salem
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74 Leaves Salem 3:33 pirn instead of 3: SO pm
i Every Age of Childhood Has Its Shoe jj
The proper care of the growing foot is our specialty
and we ha ;c the shoes for every need of health.
0lif fm5 mi cloth toP.
! Are Withonl Straps.
KnSS&5 P BirU' siMS 212 40 6
X Vo SL?"?' new- h'Kh nt. sizes 8 to 11 $2L85, 11 X
I Patent AnV?1 H? $izes 2 to 7 are & I
1 fJrI straP. Janes. 11 to 2. $2.95: 8 to 11 $2.65- - X
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Carter's ILittte liver Pills
You Cannot be Ov A. Remedy That
ated r.,Jf Makps T.ifo
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wood i. tfc- r f: r
,May 1 1th
will be as follows:
am instead of 3:05 am
am instead of 9:12 am
pin instead of 2:00 pm
pm instead of 6:50 pm
JOHN M. SCOTT,
General Passenger A,gent
The very latest thing for Misses and.
Children is an all Grey Kid Lace in
( Newest patterns in sizes 11 to 2, $5.60
' In 8 toi 11 $5.00; 5 to 8 $355;
. 2 to 5 $2.65.
Nice Brown Calf, broad toe,
button or lace, spring heels, 11
i to 2, $455; 8 to 11 $3.45; 5 to 8 $355:
English lace, low heels,
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ait; a.w ana 91.23.
Whitd canvas Pumps and Oxfords Z
in alllsizos and stvlps .
Barefoot JSandals in either Pearl Grey
..or Brown. ..... ........ ..
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or Black Kid Oxfords for.?
k the New; English toe styles.' Z
.Style and Quality.
tin m iiijimT
Worth Living- 5
1m ban dmtw. if
tfr'Q Ionia du i e
Thlrtjr thousand fans, among them
many in khaki and the navy's blue,
helped to lift the baseball lid in New
York. These photographs were" taken
on the opening day at- the Polo
Grounds,, when the champion Red
Sox beat the Yankees 10 to 0. ln
the lower photograph Jacob Rup
Prt and Lieutenant Colonel T. L.
Huston, who served abroad with the
16th engineers, owners of the New
York American League club, are
seen escorting to their seats Admiral
Henry T. Mayo, commander of the
Atlantic fleet, and; Major General
Thomas H. Barry, in command of
the department of the east. Both the
admiral and the general are enthusi
astic fnas. The jopper picture shows
a few of the gobs who flocked to the
game. Five hundred of them were
there as the guests of Lieutenant
Colonel Huston, as were 500 dough
boys, many of them members of his
Passing of Mrs. Emerson
Brings Back Journey on
! Foot Across Plains
The passing at Cottage Grove on
Friday evening of Mrs. M. J. Em
erson (who in pioneer times In Tolk
county was M:s. "Jack" Hendiicks.
near Monmouth), leaven only four
members of a train load of Immi
grants who left Springfield. III., for
the Oregon country in March. 1850.
The "train" consisted nf Kvn
Jw&Roas drawn bv ox teams. They
arrived ln the Willamtt va'u
nonths later. Mrs. Emerson, who
was then Marv Jan
,!Ip;of a girl of 12 years, walked
most or the way acron the plains
nearly all the younger people walked
to save the strength of the sore
footed and weary oxen The fonr
surviving .members are J. H. Bait sh
in an. of Woodhnf.v a traA O t .hi.
Lbirthday was January '13 E. L.
rownsend. of Monitor, aged 79; Eb
e'aezer Boynton of Woodbum. aged
78, and JV. T. Rigdon. of Salem, who
is somewhat past .50, but does not
look it. All the "passengers" of
that wagon train were related, by
consanguinity or marriage; though
the relationship of some of the
youngsters ran to third cousins; as
in the 'case of Mrs. Emerson and Mr.
Rigdon. When that "train" arrived
at what is now Council Bluffs, Iowa,
they found only an Indian wikiup
and the ferryman's cabin, and across
the river where the great city of
Omaha now stands there was not the
IF BACKACHY OR
Eat Less Meat, Also Take GIam of
Salts Before Fating Breakfast.
Uric acid In, meat excites the kid
neys, they become overworked; get
sluggish, ache, and feel like lumps of
lead. The urine becomes cloudy;
the bladder is Irritated, and you
may be obliged to seek relief two
lor three times during the night.
When. the kidneys clog yon must
help them flush orf the body's urin
ous waste or, you'll be a real sick
person shortly. At first you feel a
dull misery in the kidner region,
you suffer from, backache, sick
headache, dizziness, stomach gets
sour, tongue coated aid you feel
rheumatic twinges when the weather
Eat less meat, drink lots of water;
also get from any pharmacist four
ounces of Jad Salts; take a table
spoonful in a glass of water .before
breakfast for a few davs and your
kidney will then act fine. Thi3
famous salts is made from the c'd
of grapes and lemon Juice, combined
with lithla. and has been nsed for
.generations to clean clogged kid
neys and stimulate them to normal
activity, alw to neutralize the acids
in nrtne, so It no longer la a source
or. Irritation, thus ending bladder
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive, cannot In-'
Jure; makes a delightful effervescent
hthia-waler drink which everyone
Bhonld take now and then to keep
the kidneys clean and active. Drug
gists nere say they sell lots of Jad '
Salts to folks who believe In over-1
coming kidney trooble while it is I
v. f ? .TA i F T, - , iff.
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Ign of a shingle. The descendants
of the Baughpians. Townsends.
Boyntons, Rigdons. Slterwocds. Bon
neya and others who made up thtt
passenger. list of that pioneer train,
are numerous now. and they a:
scattered all otcr Oregon and th-j
other coast states.
Real Estate Involve)
M. Barscheid has filed suit in jus
tice court against J. V. Ebner of
Mt. Angel asking judgment for $50.
The suit involves a real estate deal.
Buys Home on Thirteenth
,. Among the real estate deals of the
week is recorded the purchase of
the Meta Wolter home on North
Thirteenth street by X. B. Brown,
superintendent at the Spauldibg
mill. The latter's family will re
turn shortly from the east and oc
cupy the dwelling. Six lots are In
cluded in the transfer.
TO BE PLENTIFUL
Parachute Drop, Ferris
on Fourth Program -
A triple parachute drop, a ferris
wheel, a merry-go-rou no, and a va
riety of other concessions, have been
secured for the Fourth of July cel
ebration by the committee having
this part of the program In charge.
There will be no questionable enter
tainments but there will be a wide
range of diversions in the conces
sions, which will be ground together
in one section near the center or
Another feature tof 'Ihe Jkunse
ments will be the Cherrian dance
which will occupy the street for a
block with a band for music.
According to ?. B. Claney. a mem
ber of the committee, many Port
land people have informed him that
they are planning to attend the Sa
WITH THE AII31V.
i Half and Half. Passing a hand
over, his forehead, the worried drill
sergeant paused for a breath as he
surveyed a knock-kneed recruit.
Then he pointed a scornful finger.
- "No." he declared, "you're hope
less. . You'll never make a soldier!
Look at you now; the top half of
your legs is standing at attention.
and the bottom half is standing at
The Test. Oonveisatton over
heard in a mnntlon canteen after a
serving of heavy, half-cooked wad
This 'ere pudding ain't 'alt 'eavy
"That'i nothing. My missus made
some one day that we couldn't eat
o she gave It to our dncka. A few
minutes later a little boy knocked at
the door and said. 'Missus Jones,
yer ducka have sank!' "
I BITS FOR BREAKFAST
List your rooms.
I Make the three-linkers at hnm
This Is Mothers' Day.
Germany sa she will not stgn.
And she says she cannot carry out
Ser part of the peace :reaty If she
But she will sign, and she will
ca:ry out ner part or the peace pact.
If the present government refuses
me people of Germany will
pntMn a government that will in
They have had all the war they
wani, ior me present, for a thou
sand years, and for all time.
President Wilson Is ready to an
swer any claim of Germany that the
peace treaty she nrust sign does not
line op faithfully on his fourteen
You will get some of the most
eloquent messages in th ri
ing columns of The Statesman of this
morn tag. There are a lot of good
writers In the business houses of Sa
lem. Senator Borah says If the I'nited
States senate approve the league
of nations covenant he ill fumigate
and get out. Why delay the fumi
gation? WHEN YOU WAKE
UP DRINK GLASS
OF HOT WATER
Waah the poisons and toxins from
yatom before putting mors
food Into stomach.
Wash ranrutr n ik. . ,i j v .
breakfast like you do on the ouUide.
This is vastly more important be
cause the skin pores do not absorb
impurities into the bl.od. caasins
illneaa. while the bowel pores do.
For every ounce of food and drink
taken into the stomach, nearlv an
ounce of waste material must be car
ried out of the body. If thbTwaate
material is not eliminated dar by
day It quickly ferments and gener
ates poisons, gases and toxins which
are abmrhwf n. v.
. "' r.x u IUIU U"(
Wood stream, through the lymph j
uucis wnicn snouid suck only nour
ishment to sustain the body.
A splendid health measure Is to
drink, before breakfast each day. a
glass of real hot water with a ta
spoonful of limestone phosphate in
It. which is a harmless way to wash
these poisons, gases and toxins frora
the stomach, liver, kidneys and bow
els: thus cleansing, sweetening and
freshening the entire alimentary ca
nal before putting more food into
A quarter pound of limestone
phosphate costs but ve-y little at
the drug store hut la sufficient to
make anyone an enthusiast on inside-bathing.
COMFORT for it means " a "cool kitchen.
Economy for it wastes no fueL You burn
kerosene oil only when you need it, Efficiency
for a Florence Oil Stove is easy and quick cf
operation and every bit of beat is concentrated
close under the cooking.
Come in and jet our salesmen show its many
good points. 1
gE? Ray L. Farmer Hdw. Co. pfr;
Merchandise of Merit,, that
OUR RUG PRICES
We umlerKtaiul that it is quite easy to make claims
one prices are "the lowest in town," and all that
ort of thins. Talk U indeed "Cheap." ''Still, when a
store know that it undersell every other Ktore and at
the same time gives qualitit-s that are not to Le found
elsewhere, why should they not claim to have just those
We know that our rug price are far below those of
other store. We know that the quality of our rugs
cannot be beaten. We invite you to aee our rugwnd
the othersthen you can believe our claims. Just keep
m mind 'you get more for your money at
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CORRECTNESS OF STYLE
j REASONABLE PRICE
Are Embodied in
Hy mjtdi'uipr suitH to yruir
to vour x-rsonn!
The mate-rials will
it when delir. red
prsoiil piarahtee of talif;i
SUITINGS CARRIED IN STOCK
Inr vit i f i'aii iiiniiiw.A A
; nv rarrj- in stock a good
assort me jit of high grade woolen from 'which vou map
choose. pUr htnek of these suiting this KoanU larger
than ordinary and embraces good, of exceptional cpialitv.
nine o, and look them over. If yu st.e anything to 'suit
your fanj-y, we will In? pleased to fill vour order.
SCOTCH WOOLEN MEL STORE;
42C State Street
should Merit your Patronage, y
Suit Ordered Here.
order we are enahleil to give
irefert-m-eH at to style, fit and
) of your own selection and
in every instance. The corn-
to you will 1k l.acketl by our
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