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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1919)
THE OREGON STATESMAN :'. St?; DAY, MAY II. 1010
New and pretty Georgette Waiiti $2.95. Slip-on Fibre Silk Sweaters $7.75. Saline Petticoats $1.25.
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Trimmed Hats, this Season's models, $3.00 to $15.00 values, sale prices $1.50 to $7.75. See th
Smart New Suits for
We. show a splendid as
sort in cut of new suits in
youthfnlylcs for misses
ami juniors and also suits
for, women who'., retire
.large sizes! Popular prices.
(White Corner Iiiiildinir)
Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store
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"Women's and Misses'
sweaters. Some with fancy
sttipnl collars and cuffs.
"All sizes in popular colors,
lingular values to .t"."0,
sale price $5.95
May Sale of Coats, Suits,
Capes and Dolmans
New capes ipecially priced .
Dolmans of jwoofr velonr, trieotine, serges. Panama cloth, ahar- "
' ' - $22.50 to $55.00
Spring Coats $19.50 ;
tan, victory Kei, Kose, hrowt, hena to ha.rn;;:!;;:;::!:1;!'
'22.T0 COATS ............... . MONDAY YOCR CHOICK
. "-' -1' i-o.mans ranging , price from .. .$25.00 to $55 00
may oaie oi l ouifg Ladies' and Women's Stylish Suits
Sulfa TinA .
rw" hala't been ' Bo attractive, so different, nor in a wider va-
Ka ,. . . - i m- lauureu moaeis. a word mav
Jre odee mf and trimmings as well an3 p,S
SUITS at S24.50 ?f "jen's-wear serge and gabarMlne.
rrav mH i iTi V . b,ack navy blue and shades of
trlmmkS - and semI-b'ted styles, embroidered and braiS-
SUITS &t $32.50 7hfe lnr,ude the various belted ef-
: . w DO erretts. Of mens-wftir ar n
nary blue and tan t " vytm. in uiacic.
SUITS at $37.50
Belted, models including Russian
forming panels trori ZJnd bo Plts
with black silk braid and W,"""1 T,,ers " trimmed
MAY SALE OF MISSES' AND WOMEN'S SILK
AND WOOL DRESSES
Dresses $ 9.75 to $32.50 ?tln-
Dresses $16.50 to $35.00 Ser s i"
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fcVLKM'S GREATEST APPAREL
' . STOnu
This Is Salem.
9men and Misses Ready-to-Wear
Apparel. Becanse at no other store
in Oregon (except possibly some of
the Portland department stores) can
you Hnd sweh a large assortment or
tharrafag styles' to choose from. In
cluding latest models in SoiU. Coats.
Capos. Dolmans, Dresses, Waists
; Skirts and Millinery. : -'
Satjxie Petticoatj - -
We are known tar on .t
obi- Ta8f assortment of Petticoats,
for wonderful sales, Just to .serve as
a reminder that we are i the PetU
coat atore of Salemr we will place
on sale beginning Monday ont hun
dred Satine Petticoats arranged in
two groups for your inspection.
i Group i. .
Black and Colored Satine Petti
coats.; regular "values Ilea an
Sale price :
Group 2. "
macic and Colored Satine Petti
coats, f Cotton Petticoats. Values
S2.60.j Sale price
May ' Sale of Silk Petticoats
. One hundred Petticoats of Tub
Silks, changeable and plain Taffetas,
attractively shirred, tucked or
gathered. . -
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Reg. $5 values, sjjle priee ...$3.45
Reg. $G values, sale price .. .$4.98
Keg. f 7 values, sale price . $5.75
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Sale of New
Surely, Tub Blouses
Were Never Lovelier '
Tub Waists have proved
to be the most satisfactory
because they can be so eas
ily laundered and made
fresh and new looking.
Soft, pretty , Voiles are
made up in a number of new
and attractive ways. Some
are trimmed with lace or
embroidery, some are pret
tily tucked and other are
on simple, tailored lines.
Touches of color are also
happily used on a number
of models. '
S 1.50 and $1.75 values,
sale price $I.2.V
$2 values, sale price $1.48
$2.50 val., sale price $1.75
j Georgette and Crepe de
Chine Blouses ,
$4.50 and $5.00 vftlues,
sale price $;i.73
$C00 valnes, sale
$7.00 values, sale
$7.50 values, sale
. P"ce . .
$9 00 values, sale
$12.50 values, sale
Price ..... ...
We are Salem Agents for
Arrow Brand Hand
W HY YOl- CAN IK) HKITKIC HERE
because .we are one cf a chain ot
Cloak and Suit stores owned and op
erated by this Company in Portland.
Salem and many other Northwestern
cm?: Our; buying facilities are
greater, and because of our ,ow
overhead expenses and policy of sell
ing for cah only, we can always
sell for less and save y0ll money.
If yo neetl a skirt buy it ,H aiM,
ou save money. .Many smart n.Kt.Is
for general wear,, Including
Taffeta Skirts. Cabardine Skirts
Serge Skirts. Baronette Satin Skirts.
xNovelty Plaid Skirts. Striped Skirts
Belted Skirts. Pleated Skirts
Tailored and Dress Skirts.
Reg. values $5.50,
Reg. values $6.00,
Ree. valuta ? --i.
ale price $ 5J5
Reg. values $8.50,
sale price J 7.95
Repr. value $10 tw
sale price $ 6.50
Reg. values $12.50,
sale price $ 9 J5
Res. values $15.00,
sale price .$11 0
Reg. values $18.00,
sale nriee "7C
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fiiff McCarl, Y. ill. C. A. Secretary. Told Soldier
; He Could Make Uving Playing Ball; They Didn't
' ve Him, and Tried Him Oat; Cliff Proved It
When Cliff MrfrariL v r o a
secretary who accompanied the troop
train that brought the headquarters
company of the 91st division to the
Presidio at San rni.i,. 3. 1-
mobilization last week, toldthe sol-
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Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Calls answered at all hours, day or night
252 N. High St.
diers that he
- u..c uib iitinie
Playing baseball, the old time gren
ade throwers thought he was a hot
air merchant, so they decided to
show him up.
However, their little "frame-np
Proved a boomerang and when the
JSe ha7 8rHVed ln San Francisco
M,ra.iy Zere aH 8taunch allies of
S TId 8wear b'
b!! , train was a number of
ball p ayers. They decided to give
StT M trjrnt at baU Py'nginJ
If possible prove him a fake Thev se-
the "r8t p,ace wherl'tl; Train
jchedue allowed an hour-, stop at
ttLfcene of th expose
-rThe "victim- proved a wililne
one. He even helped the "Trame
and other paraphernalia. Then
they went Into action.
al one time manager
of the Rakr n r . .. fc
tv Z ,V ' "'Kon Dan team.
tZl l h, To the aonishment of
the soldiers -the Y man made a
beautiful running catch
i It might have been pure luch
Again it might have been an accK
J!a".vHlBe"':0t BaeHeld. pitch
n th? Northwestern leagf let
another long throw go in McCarl's
man made a good catch. ,
hlfir th "Y" man Introduced
himself. He was a former first
baseman for o . 1
c,. . fu r rancisco
Seals, former manager of the Butte.
jioniana team; former first base fori
Vancouver, and many other teams.
The boys had hot recognized him in
1: ..1, u. A. at the Presidio.
fin M 1 -
- " "c irain were nh -n
known baseball sharks at Cal King,
of Fresno, manager of the Baker
City. Oreron. ball team; J. McEIroy
I,1 Co. k'
I K. Uoodmnn
Lnen Morl.y & Co.
w. B. Jerth
J. D. Cooley
A. w. Schrunlc
Keddaway n Cash store
Oibgon Ac Uirch. Liberty
M. V. Johnaon
May & Ciood
of Sarraimnto. pitcher with Vernon.
Pacific Coast Iragiie; Matt Mines.
IJaI:trfItld. Xorthwetern leaguA
pitcher; Howard Mundorf, Kre.iio:
former right field with San Francis
co. Pacific Coast league; Ray Iiss
ter. Sacramento Trolley league; and
other lesser lights.
After these ball players haj In
come acquainted through the effort
of McCarl in helping; them enroute.
they formed a great liking for the
V. M. C. A. Vphony" ball player. Ho
nrrfinoA1 Kill . .
Patrons Are Relieved of Dif
ferential for Certain
Length of Time
Chairman Fred I). Burhte) of the
public service commission has given
"its i-aciric ieiepbone & Telegraph
company an oral interpretation to
run iii misunUerKtanding telative
to the differential allowed by the
commission's recent telephone rate
or.Jer effective May 1, as applied to
ue anu wait phones in residences.
The coininiionV Portland office
nas ieen deluged with complaints
by the natrons wh o hart rortivMl
from th telephone company char-
inp an aiKimonal 23 cents for desk
The recent order slUu-. v
5 "f 2 cents additional for desk
Phones. According to Its interpre
tation 01 me oroer the company has
pent its patrons bills for the present
month with an additional charge of
cents ror desk instrument!. This
has brought a flood of protests from
tho-e who were not aware of the
ruling. Since the commission's or
tler did not proride for a formal no
nce to patrons or changes made.
Chairman Buchtel has ordered that
P to the time allowed for no i-l
the bills patrons who wish to change
irom uesK to wall phones may be
reiieveu or tne 23 cents additional
charge for dk phones now used. If
they have rocelved l.iiu with -. ii.
added but have not yet paid, the
company is ordered to re-bill them
at the old rate. If they have paid
but have chosen to apply for wall
phones tee company is ordered to
refund 23 cents or credit it on the
next month's bill.
I'nder the terms of the order pa-
irons nave 90 days In which to have
au pnones substituted for desk
phones, without a charm tnr in epi
lation. After that
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"i oe i.
Niew Voileis and
Summer Wash Good
A wide range of pattern ior yonr choojfog.
19c to 98c ycj.
Our Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & CO.
Commercial and Court Streets
Formerly Chicago Store
"Pa. what la a socialist?"
"A socialist, my boy. J a ma 1 hn
thinks he ought to have as much a
"But SllDD3.inr be la cir.in.
than you are. dad f .
men. my boy. he cease in k.
a socIaJUt." i....!..rn. ,
tub ioi)f:u tm.n
A gla-s of sody underneath tU
A rlug of fudge, a Rollo book and
BH mD lld' me ,n lba "4ern.
U ilderac?s were prohiblsh enow.
"Christ the Way Out" Will
Be Basis for Discussion
BICYCLE SUPPLIES j
You will find the wheel you
"The Home of the Indian"
126 South Commercial St
. C. Savi
W. h. Karnp
al. J. McCormaolc
"Christ the War Out" o..
theme -elected, to guide this year's
v - a- conference at Seabeck
where delegates from the four Pa
cific northwest states gather each
year. In addition to representa
tives from the colleges, high school
graduates, particularly those who In
tend entering college, next fall, stu
dents from the Indian schools, and
foreign students are expected to at
tend. place for a gathering of young peo
ple for study and recreation. It is
reauecic on the Sound is an ideal
located on Hood's canal, a branch of
Puget Sound. In the Olympic moun-
!a 1 n a '
This vear the inn r... ....
from June 14 to June 24 and Its
"" a3 outlined by the commit
tees, is ' a camnalen for ..r,.i,.--...i
uate righteousness and for the un-
...Mi uevonon or life to the social
and religious needs of this new day
iT wunus nistory."
Each morninir of th Mnr....
given oyer to Bible classes and the
uy 01 me college problems. The
afternoon. Is spent in out-of-door
"Airuuun ana at n ph ih
"pedal features such a rim
pageants and lectures, to add to the
OIv,ne meeting. One of the
speakers this vear win .
t arl Gregg Doney of Willamette uai-
A delegation of
P.anning to go Trom the Willamette
. over twice a i.ir - w-
number which has ever gone from
vT k , year 11 n,Pn- Harold
Nichols, Homer Takor 11 ..1 m...
ck, Rursel Rarey. Ray Raiey. Paul
Jay, George Holt. Robert Story. II
l-mir.el. Lester Dav. and Paul ii
represented the college
Officers of the rnl I a fa V n
us Anderson. nra.i,iani .
tr in . iiunaiu
Alort. vice-president, and Ben Rickll.
-ecretary. paul Doney is in charge
or Seabeck, work on the campus this
Not only do the hnvs hav th
rrivileee of eninvin- th'u oil t In at
Seabeck but later In th atimmor
during the latter part of August, the
. u. a. girls will hold their con
ference there. Unlike previous
years, the one this year will be only
Tor college sirls. The officer of ihe
college -Y" are Mary Findley. pres
ident: Evelvn Detune vloa-n
dent; Helen Shaver, secretary, and
Lucy Holt, treasurer. Grace Ragley
n cnarge or te plans for the con
Last year seven etrW attsmi
from Willamette. Gladvs MrhnU
Evelyn DeLong. Mary Parounaugian.
-ji.mi mun. uienna Teeters, Ruth
Perinrer and Pnth t-u... n
c-- - - ....... 11 unci e. Ulir I V '. '
of the special foat
vas a trio from Rremerton navy
yard who gave a musical program,
and another was a pageant presented
by the yeomanettes from Bremerton.
Wvxv -nunif. ---....
'wm-mi , nV .lnt.r.
The thonwin.ls of satisfied patients of Dr. M. 1.
" 'o "Kits Eyes Cornelly," will Im
irlair to learn that his services are again available
ly KI"Iy visiting his new offices in Portland. -
Dr. Mendelsohn practiced his profession eon
tinnonsly i Salem for m arly 10 years and is one of
the most widely known and esteemed Opticians in
Ill h.allh compelled him to relinquish his prae
tice 11. Salem and he went to California for rest and
reeiijK ration. Having recovered his health he has
returned Oregon and opened attraetieelv ap
pointed offices in the Failing linildinjr, Portland.
Hi new quarters are on the fourth n.wr. directly
over Ihe railway ticket office.
Dr. Merd.lsohn extends a cordfal invitation to his
friends, patrons and acquaintances from both Polk
and Marion Counties to visit his. new offices and
make their headquarters there while in Portland.
Patron will he given the same careful attention
received in his Salem offices. f.
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If you1 are ko rnfortnna'te as to; hreak your
glassy, mail the hmken pieces to l)r. Mendelsohn
and he w, return your glasses the same as new.
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn
41415 railing: Bldf ., Portland, Ore
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