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THE OREGON STATESMAN' SALteM, OREGON
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FRIDAY MORNINGilfAY X '1923 -
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' Kenneth W. Culrer. son of Mr.
,ji Mr. S. T. CulTer ot Salem
married, to ; Miss v Margaret
jmson. April 2 8 at the Eplsco
Jr ehnrch. San Francisco. The
tda. is! a niece of Mrs.,H: jHal-
;'o, Saa ' Francisco, and is well
?fewn' to society circles Id j that
&:-fr:'.- : ; :Ji-v)
l Jlr. Calver was x graduated from
y, Salem high school in 192 U
?ad "since completing his business
Voarse at iHeld's Business college
a San- Francisco has been located
': " Today' f W ;
it i j iuisoiouary- swieiy, i first
Christian ehurchi 3:30.
, j CLUB CALENDAR i
Junior Bataar club with
Mrs. W. T. drier. West Sa
lean. L . '(-;.' 'i !.
Lecture at library. 8 - o'
clock, "Oregon' Pre-historic
Mjen." ! Direction j AATJW.
AAUW Chamber of
wltti Sherman Clay and company.
Mr. and Mrs. Culver will make
their home at Sisson, CaL, where
Mr, Culver has accepted 'a po
sition.". ' I ; - .
Tenements districts in New
Yorfk and Philadelphia were dis
cussed, by Miss Mary Ffndley at
rnimv Laces, yd. 5c
Big Assortment; i
. 1- . it'
2-Inch Width, 12c yd.
I 15c i
i ' Yd. ( ' v
Mercerized Tale Cloth 2 Yards Wide, 85c a Yard
I Dress l 36-ln. . 1 27-in. ; Shirtings
filng Challies pretonne Plain or .
t Yd. v '' Yd, v - T Striped, Yd.
, 19c 19c 19c U 19c
4Jnch Towesling . ; 33-in. 2phjT . SanUas ri
tTabieached .Irish. Linen Ginghams - Oil
Jloslin Unbleached, 1' and v ' .
Good Grudo .Extra Good. Chambray. ..
1 Yd. . Yd.. . . - Yd. Yd :
life , , J :.,, 2SiH W jr25c - 1 25c
S3- Inch ! Jap'5- i:;v-l'''. Jlincrr, f ' ! Levi
Romper-' i-- . ! , ...
Oom- t5 !.;,' ,1Yarna .Straww
V.Yd. ). Yd Deantiful Genuine
'.'25c": : 25c ' ' Shades Koveralls
. Peauot and Dwiht-Anchor (Equal Quality) EIHpw
Tubing, 36, 40, 42 and 45Inch 1 jf
3.inch Gainsborough Mercerized - Wreath
Black ' ' . Hair Table - 5 Crushed
? Sateen' ' . . Kets i Cloth i Roses
Two Good ' Double ' Real Good Pretty
Grade ' .'. ; Mesh J Yd. .. N Shades
lit tz 50c 10c 69c 1 45c
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Tinm Finish ! Tn hie Cloths. Somethiner New.i
Lint No Matter How Qften wasnea, vm
Not Lose its Linen Finish ; ;
3 for1 $1
' Sheets '
I h Berkeley I
I cjambric, Yd.
R. & O.
LSI and up
'240 and 246 North.
the meeting ot the ' Woman's
Home Missionarr society " Wednes
day Miss Findley contrasted the
work in the two cities and show
ed how: (he work in the wo places
differed because of the different
character of .the peples.'
. The people in the tenement dis
tricts of. New "York are nearly all
foreign and are most. grateful for
help, according to Miss FindVey.
Those of Philadelphia' are on the
other hand nearly all Americans
who have lost out and with -whom
it is harder to gete work since
they are easily ' discouraged and
have not the keen ' appreciation
ot helep which for- .found among
the foreigners of New York.
Miss Jennelle Vandervort sang
a group or spring songs ana auo
was accompanied at the piano by
Miss Florence Young.
Miss Marian Hetrick has been
a house guest or auss t.averue
Kantner for several days and has
now returned ' to her home in
Forest Grove. .
The Missionary socieety of the
First Christian church will meet
this afternoon at the church.
A number ot Salem members
of the Artisans ; lodge .visited
Aihnnv at a ' lrireo meeting 'OS
the lodge delegates and members
The meeting was : held Tuesaay
nieht. -; ' v I"
Mrs. W. J. McCornack of Oak
land Cal., has been visiting in
Salem for about two weeks. She
will return home after visiting at
Portland andM other Oregon
points. Mrs.;;.fMsCortnack was
formerly Mre? Ed. N. Edes of Sa
lem, a number ot years ago. n
is the wife of Prof. McCbrmask,
long permanently connected with
St,. Mary's College, Oakland, Cal.
Large Number of Pastors
Participate m Convention
BITS FOR BREAK? AST
SILVERTON,; Ore., May
(Special to The Statesman.) The
Oregon and southern Washington
district : convention of Lutheran
churches! opened Tuesday night
with comimunion services. Rev. H,
Hjermstat delivered the sermon
Revi. O. Skilbred gave the confes
sional services and Rev. George
Henriksen presided at the altar.
Wednesday morning the routine
business was taken up. A motion
carried to the effect that a recom
mendation foe made to the district
mission board to arrange for a
As to loganberries
Here is something startling "
And you will find it is the sit
uation: v v
There is only about a half a
crop of loganberries. Some of the
early sellers, to , the cut-tljroat
small cahneries; will be tearing
their hair.- They.' sold as low as
4 cents a pound and lower, and
these cut-throat, canners sold the
tanned loganberries in advance
on that low basis. -
The later sales! of logahberrles
will be at 5 and 6 cents a pound,
ahd perhaps higher.: There have
been some sales at 5 cents. So
the situation will largely take
care of itself, and there will be
a breathing spell.
But In that breathing, spell, if
that, will be suicide tor the indus
try. If it is allowed to rest at that.
Labor Officials Asked ( .
To Assemble in Oregon
Governor Pierce yesterday sent
a telegram - inviting the delegates
to the next annual convention of
government and state labor of
ficials to meet in Oregon. The
11th annual convention is. now in
session in Richmond, Va.. and the
governor's "telegrr'am was sent to
C. H. Gram," Oregon state labor
commissioner,, r who is attending
field secretary for the Oregon and 1. it- f .
southern Washington ; circuit. J,C
Wednesday afternoon devotional ently. so that it may prosper
discussion was opened by Rev. H. J! St
Rogn of Monitor.- These discus- tisingnd above even that and
sious were continued throughout w. h that therei t" be
the remainder of the circuit meet- organizaMon-ir tight organ za-
ingj which ended Thursday after- tion: 100 er cent organization.
noon. ' I uc " "r'01" " iuar , Gcutic-
The Lutheran pastors attending men sagreenrent. ncm. a scrapot
paper. ; X3 ut urgauuaiiuu luac win
the circuit meeting were Rev. O.
K. Anderson of Woodburn, Rev.
H. Rogn of Monitor, Rev. Carl
Lozeri of Astoria. Rev. M. A.
Christenson of Portland, - Rev. O.
Skilbred of ! Eugene, Rev. P.
Skartvight of La Center, Wash.,
Rer. S. C. B. Knutsen of Portland,
ReVi. J. Thorpe of Portland, Rev.
H. Hjermstad of Chinook. Wash.,
and Rev.- George Henriksen- of
hold water; organization with a
fence around it hog tight and bull
strong and goat high. Then- the
growers, having provided for ad
vertising, to create consumer de
mand, can say to the canners and
other dealers that thety want a
minimum of 6 rents a pound.
And they will get.it. They will
get it, just as long; as they con
tinue to advertise and remain or
ganized. Sure as you are a foot
high. The short crop and conse-
Mrs. Bilveu Elected'- -
Woman's Club president
PALLAS, Ore., May 3 . ( Spe
cila fc The Statesman.) At the
annual meeting of the Dallas Wo
men's club, held in the auditorium
of the public library, Tuesday, the
following bfficers were elected to
serve for the ensuing year: Presl
dent. Mrs. C. N. Bilyeu; vice presi
dent, MrsJE, O. Koen; secretary,
Mrs. W. Leo Beirdneau; treasurer,
Mrs. John;Wlck; chairman ot the
civic section, , Mrs. H. A. Joslln;
chairman' of the literary section,
Mrs. Wynn Johnson. Delegates
elected to represent the club at the
meeting or the State Federation of
Woman's clubs to be held in Bed
ford in the near future were: Mrs
John W. Orr, Mrs. W. Wynn John
son and Mrs. M. L. Boyd.
The - Woman's club is striving
hard to raise ; enough, funds y: to
build a community building In
connection with the American Le
gion and the second entertainment
of a series will foe on Thursday
evening, Majr 17; in the Christian J qNient better prices than were ex
nhurch, where a musical program pecting will lull a lot of growers
will be offered. Besides numbers i jnto temporary contentment. But
offered by the Dallas Choral so
ciety several out-of-town 'enter-;
tainers will be on the program.
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Pictured! here and
many others 'from c
which to choose. Come
in and see them.
Fleeiik Electric Co.
Archie jFlecncr,-. Electrician i
414 0urt? St. Thbhe sl980
5 - : - t .
w nf ti r i
Dcst Cy Tert
remember the -lowest priced
Baking Powder is 'often the
most expensive thatf baking
powder economy cannot b v
bsed oi purchase pncerit?oj
results that count Thafs why .
Tho Economy EU2IIU(S PlU) UlI
is the biggest: selling brand m America.;
You save when you buy it you save
when you use it.. '-';
Use the same ' Baking Powder! that
guards the purity of bakings in millions
of homes that retains its unfailing
leavening srxength to the very last spoonful
The sale of Calmnet is Ofer 150
greater than that of any ether baking
powder; ; - ;
A pound can of Calamet contains fall
16 ounces- Seme baking powders' come
in J 2 ounce instead of 16 ounce cans. Be
sure you gefi a pound when you want iL
gim WORLDS GIULATEST DAIZIN G PQU BR
- njauuMnMinManMnBMrt inrrn r ram iT ' n m
Fire DeDartment Busy
At Silverton Thursday
SILVERTON, Ore.. May 3.,
Special to The Statesman.) The
Silverton" fire department had a
busy time - Thursday morning.
Shortly before 10 o'clock Dr. O.
Heisley sent in a call Jot assist-
ance. Tne nre proven 10 ne ouv si
rhlmnov fire. Before the deDart-1 1
ment had entirely pulled out from
there Dr. Anna Pinseth sent in a
fire; callTrom the East HilL The
firej was In the E. A. Magnussen
home, which is beiflg occupied by
the Misses 'Reby, Hazel end Jessie
May Shenander. The damages
done here were estimated at about
1 50. It Is not known how the fire
started as no oner had been at the
house since 3 :30. J -
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1 NEoO CASH Os;
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1 Our records show that last month was the biggest April that we have hid siice'sfarf
ing business in Salem. This fact convinces us that .the, people, appreciate out : efforts vin
securing loW prices on. quality; groceries ' W e will continue our sake policy of " good- mer
chandise at low prices, courteous service and sanitary handling of our goods.
Many of our, customers! are now supplying their needs the first part of the week aptl
we take this means of thanking yon. While we do our utmost to give the highest quality
of service we would be somewhat handicapped if a larger portion were. to wait until Sat
urdays to do their buying. !i .?
The following prices will prevail until the market changes and as long after as our
stocks lasL ; l ;
s FLOUR AND CEREALS
Vim Flour :r. - -
Crown Flour -t ---
Gold Medal . - - -- --
10 lb- sack Peacock Oats . . . .....
10 lbs. Crown Oats -L
10 lbs. Fine or Coarse Graham ....
Kellogg's Corn Flakesi 3 for
Post Toasfies; Z for
Roman Meal 35c, two
3 Kellogg's Bran
3 Kellogg's Shredded Krumbles
Carnation Pancake Flour -1
Wheat Cereal .... .
. ...- .25c
All of the wheat
io minutes and it's ready to eat
Sperry Wheat Flakes is not just another cereal
It is a cereal that gives your sense of taste a new
iiKinirsensatiotL If you like auHficat flavor
a flavor that says!, "I am all herew you will like
Sperry Wheat Hakes.
It is madelftomUlI of the wheat It has the
J nounshment of die germ the wheat'center, bran,
uteri, starch and. mineral salts.
' Ask; your crcer for Sperry Wheat Flakes the
cereal that wins instant welcome at ithe table.
Save 40 per cent on Ivory Soap
8 bars Ivory Soap and 1 pkg. Ivory
23 Crystal White Soap -
22 Von Hoater Bleaching Soap
11 Crystal White ,
12 Sno Lite Soap . -----
12 White Wonder Soap
2 pkg. Citrus
2 pkg. Seafoam j- -
Palm Olive Soap .... - -1
Creme Oil, 3 for 1- i...
10 Fels Naptha Soap L-
3 lbs. Crisco U -
6 lbs. Crisco ....
9 lbs.' Crisco! .....
4 lbs. Snowdrift
$1.99 8 lbs. Snowdrift
io 1 gaL Tea Garden Pure Cane Syrup ....
i , gai. amoer ivaro
" 45c 1 gal White Karo .... .. ........1
BEANS AND RICE
6 lbs. White Beans .... .. -
5 lbs. Lima Beans -
fr lbs. Head Rice U
IZ lbs. Head Rice :.
riuwrn vcrcTAHl CQ
1 .69c Standard Corn
."".59c Standard Tomatoes
r Solid rack Tomatoes .4
4X Del Monte Pork and Beans
Heinz Pork and Beans, large . ...
.1 ' Heinz Boston Baked Beans ....
, 4gc Small Size Van Camp's Beans, 2 for
"ei nn Medium Size' Van Camp's Beans ...
..$1.00 - CANNED FISH if
.. .i.50c 2 cans Cove Oysters --i....35c
......4c 2 cans Pioneer Clams ...-...35c
45JC n.:U. Cflmnn 1i nr. tit . .L-25c
1 auwj -vuiuttun , w ,
....:.89c ' . ..r ,
...$1.59; ; ,
rs v w . er m
..........60c; x r
"1?c Alaska Salmon
4Hr ... -
;; 8c : MSCELLANeOUS
20c Gem Nut Margerine, 1 lb. ....... v
fiQr Gem Nut Mareerine. 3 lbs. .....
L..:69c Fancy Bacon Backs, lL . ............ -
........ $1.29 . Fancy Picnics, lb.
.... ...$1.93 Extra Large Glass Jelly .
BITTYOUR GROCERIES AT A STORE WITH THE
BE COLOR F
ITS YOUR GUARANTEE . 0 SBIIVICE
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