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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1922)
PENALIZED THE LAW TOR BEtNC AHEAD OP .TIME
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" irar lvira. Carton and her little ion, who must make a return
i rip to Belglnm.' before 'She can enter th United States, because whea
' ..e arrived here she was three hours too early to be included in the
iuota 6l inimiuvtsior the month, Mr. Carton ia in Chicago.
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JULY FIFTH TO BE DAY.OF
' CELEBRATION IN FAMILY
The family 'of O Si Nortnaii of
Hhla clijr has dedded that July 5
la a, bigger day la history than
July 4, and in the future the day
after! the day" featured by flre-
ycrackers flag displays and speech
es will be celebrated In the house-
' Eloise Norman was1 born at
6:55 p. m. July 5, 1908., f5leo
Elteabeth was born at 1 0 ; 5 5 a.m.
July 5,' 1921. and - July 5, 1922
became notable at 12:55 p. m
because of the arrival of O. "S.
Norman, Jr. It is the only In
stance ;in thl3 citl where as many
as, three childrei In one family
excluding triplets, have the sane
birthday, and another peculiar
feature Is the faA that each child
was born wlthinl five minutes of
the' hoyr. The ! Norman family
moved to Pensacola from " St
: Louis, .Mo., last October. '
IN AUSTRALIA SAME AS HERE
Westward fthe flapper takes her pected to appear,
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course. ' At least sucn is tne inmt
conTeyed; by two recent Tisltors
from' the 4 Australasia.' ;
i Ini Australia the i flapperflour
Msbes even 'as she does in the Unit- !
ed States", 'U.'ihe rejuctanf confes
' slon of Miaa Carrie Lanceley, Jus-
tralian prima donna who is jhere
' en route. to Londonj Not so vimp
- i8hly'Qr:;so 6bviously, does th anv
tlpodean-flapper flap but she does
i her ansae hestj Miss Lanceley feaid.
H "Go Into the. lobby of any Sid
ney hotel, the: singer said, 'and
! you'll? see them, Just -like the
American" actresses! who come out
; to uSi!' -j -; -h v
Over in. India, too, the" flapper
is momentarily one might say ex-
according to Sy-
ud Hosslan, jourjialist and lectur
er from the bii British posses
sion. But Mr llossion, who rep-
reseated India Ss ta reporter ; at
te edent Wasb.itqn peace conference-
explainajthe flapper, psy
choldglcally,;arii one might say,
biologically. Jl;' said he inter
prets her as a lik in 'the chain 'of
fevplutijon froni he clinging vine
to the .new woman. She Is a g!rl,
Hossian avers .fho has scrapped
the Victorian agfs for the dawn of
tr' new jone. Deplte her flapplngv
she really is a Sweety wholesome
creature who sitfeply hasn't as yt
arrived at whnliver they call1 the
next way statloif on the main line
BIG SHIP PW
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IS BEING RAZED
wHundred and Seventy
' Million Dollar Structure '
!i ' Going to Junk Pile -
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. SO. -Ileg
Island, where rose the shlp
t building industry during th? war
gave the United, States . rehewad
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prestige In thel maritime woria
soon will be th$ tlat field it wan
before' Uncle Sap invested $2f0
000,000 there. Jlut thi 946 acn'a
will be habitable, as sanitary, n
gineers have made It so. '
Where once an army of. 36,00
men yere building high class van
ela t record-breaking spc'etl.
there now is ai detail of 50 men
armed; with oxy-acetylene torch1?!?
and other Instruments with which
the demolition iof the gigantic
ways and other equipment Is be
ing wrought. The government's
attempt tp dispose of the plaat
by auction having, 5 brought only
low1 bids, it was decided, to sell t
FIRST BATTLESHIP MARRIAGE SINCE WAR.
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w f.fnL John S. Phillips andiiss Elizabeth H.-Mayberry of Holly-
1 Wash- Jbls Is Bald to be the first marriage to have taken place cn
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STORE CLOSED MONDAY "ATONEMENT DAY'i
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For a Mighty One Day's Selling, in Which Ve Concentrate Our Efforts With HighrPowered Action to Stimu-,
T late a One Day Buying Enterprise
If you can read foetwem lines yn will , v rf Afti'on calls wit for action. The thr-
quickiy respond to tho fact that this is r ' 3tfft fiu . oughness cvf tbis vTOt, ronp2Nl with
the greatest bargain appeal ot me seas- V W rt 1 1 I I J lts great jJMmy-saying opportunuies.
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calls for immediate response
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Sftdp Where The Crowds Buy
ur eat est
36 Inch Heavy All Wool
Ik tea.? wv '
iatlsiaclion guaranteed or Money ice.unaea
DOUBLE PREMIUM COUPONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS ON TUESDAY
I . Except on Sugar Pwchases , - ' .
Regular price' $1.49 :tjer yard.
but Tuesday is rioX a regular
day. It's an extraordinary bar
gain day. 12 .different -colors
and patterns to . select from.
Special at- j . .
$4 Silk and Wool 36 in-
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Cr epe Knit
In nine dfferent colors. This
excellent material : or rich
looking street dresses land trim
mings. Special , j
36 inch Silk
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Finest quality 36-Inch silk Vel
vet. In colors of bine, black
and brown. Regular ? 5 . val
Ladies' Wool Street
Niceljr trimmed and mbroldrdd.
All Wool Slip-Over ..
27 different colors to: select from.
Silk Pprigee and Crepe De
Beautiful embroidered and alluring
styles, Hegular $5.50 values. A
special purchase is the reason for,
this unbelievable selling.! Special
$1.98. ' , ' ;
Wear Department Offers f
'I WOOL SPORT SKIRTS
A shipment of wool and silk sport skirts that would daz
zle the, eyes of any onlooker, by their bright colors, Knife
and box pleats,, heavy etam and other .rt g o
$ilks. Values to $12.50, go at -, - J) c O
Bargains! the store is full of
them. An offering like this is
certainly a record breaker,
heavy flannel gown in good
patterns. Special for Tuesday
in all sizes.
3 Pound Cotton
Pull 3 pound weight. Suita
ble for extra large comforters.
Regular $1.25 values. Special
Heavy ,35c quality in a new
big assortment of full colors.
Special for Xuesday per yard
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Boys' All Wool School
Regular $9.50 and $12 VafneaT. '"Every salt nicely made
up in clever styles the boys will be proud to wear. Dark
patterns and mixtures. ; Sizes run from 7. to 17. Special
for Tuesday, ;
Dei Monte" Best "Patent Flour,
1 sack.... ...$1.90
1 barrel........ 7.50
Waldo Hill, guaranteed
for good bread or mon
ey back, 1 sack 1;30
3 cans Carnation Milk.:
3 cans Corn .
. 3 cans Pork and Beans
5 lbs. Coffee in bulk..
3 lb3. Cocoa in bulk.
1 lb. Gunpowder Tea .
j With a purchase of $2
or over, except sugar.
7 bars White Wonder
Hundreds of other items
has been cut down to
j the lowest level.
100 'bs. Spud!
i0 lbs. Dry Onions .
Eggs, 1 dozen.,.. 1-36
IS j..: ,;v : J. . - ' ' 1 1 - - '.
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2 Pair Knicker Wool
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Roys are sure hard on milts,' and, that Is a good re&foit
(o (get good ones. A two pair pants suit such as we are
offering in this sale wUi be sure to stand the tale of
bard knocks and wear. Regular $12 to 15 values, special
fu? J What'sjLjcer.
All Wool Heavy
more comfortable, than a good wool slip
over sweater? The kind the boys: like. , iTho colors they-
want. are here in a sale at half price. Special at , ,:
FINE WOOL CAPS, SPECIAL 85c
An assortment that would easily be worth from
$1.50 to $1.75 each. . Every one lined, sweat
band," etc. Special aC.
$10 ALU WOOL
"KANGAROO" MACKINAWS $5.95
Kangaroo Brand all x5o mackinaws nnth large
convertible " and shawl collars. Pretty dark in
visible plaid and plain1 colors. Special for Tues
day $5.95. v ,
$1.50 WINTER WEIGHT
UNION SUITS 98c
Genuine "Mayo BrandI a heavy derby ribbed
. union suit, closed crotch! elastic finish, that as
sures a perfect finish py conforming to the
""shape of the 'body. ( " '
GUARANTEED RAIN COATS $2.98
A school outfit "without a 'rain coat is incom
pleta This special offer should hustle all moth
ers and boys down here1 Tuesday rriornin'g when
the store opens its doors. "
Whatever the School Boys' Needs
j WE HAVE IT T
Boys' $5.00 Solid teather
Solid leather sturdy made shoes, for sturdy boys. The
genuine Santa Rosa make; every pair guaranteed. Solid
leather. This value will go on sale Tuesday only, all
sizes at ,. ,
Boys-Fast Color BIbuseis
He'll surely heed, two or three at least at any rate, you
can easily a vaU-yourself of that many, peing we have
cut the price gjtf, recklessly. All sizes; color: and styles can
be found in this., lot, Special, at
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