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TOE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 21; 1924
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ji f RS.-'BEAULAH MILLS and
J,lMrs Lewis Griffith were Joint
hostesses yesterday1 afternoon at
ne of the most charming affairs
of I the week when they Inyited
quests to make up eight tables of
bridge at the Griffith, home. Hy
acinths,., daffodils,'- and f orsythia
bleiiiod lh giving the rooms an at
t racttve : floral touch. A light
luncheon . was. served ' at . thd tea
hour. . The guests of Mrs., Mills
and ilrm Griffith included the fol
lowing" matrons: Mrs. Frank lley
ers.'llfs. Carl Webh Mrs.' Ray Lu
Ier, Mrs. A. 'Wallace, Mri T. B.
Kay, Mrs! Hollis Huntington, Mrs.
Krcel Kay, Mrs Willis Moore,' Mrs.
E.-Law, Mrs. Leo Page, Mrs. Max
Page, Mrs Sam. Butler, Mrs. Karl
Johnson Mrs. Henry Connoyef,
Mrs. J. C. Griffith. Mrs. C. K.
Spauldlng, "Mr a, J. IL Albert, Mrs.
Zo(-Stockton, Mrs. Walter Kirk,
Mr3 ,JvC. Currie,. Mrs. L. F. Barr,
Mr.': Merle Rosecrans, Mrs.. Ray
monds Boise, Mrs, Merrill Ohling.
Mrs. W. Poorman, Mrs. C. H. Rob
ertson, Mrs. Harry, WidmerMra.
Henry Thompson, Mrs., V. I. Sial
ey, Mrs. Robert Craig, Mrs. Orris
Fry, Mrs. Karl Kiigel, Mrs.' John
MeO&urt, Mrs. James Nicholson,
Mrs. Clifford Farmer, 'Mrs. Claude
Steusloff, Mrs. G. F. Chambers,
and Mrs. Carl Pope. "
Mrs. Henry Conaoyer won high
score for the afternoon; low go
ing tto Mrs. Ray Luper.
The W-club. of Willamette uni
Tersityt entertained at a' banquet
last evening, at 8 o'clock, at the
Gray; Belle. The tables were cen
tered with aenemones. A basket
of green foliage was arranged be
fore the window. The place cards
making covers for 60 guests, were
in folder-form, containing the
menu and program. Toasts and
responses were given by Dr. Carl
Gregg Doney, Coach Guy Rathbun.
Miss Mary Findley, Mr. Stanley
Emmel,' Mr. Orlo Gillet, -and Mr
f '.FIRST DAY OF SPRING
Winter is gone,
And now is spring:
What shall I say.
And what shall I sing?
And what shall I think.
And what shall I wear?
jj t-,IIow fast shall I run?
How fix my hair?
Oh, what shall I do,
Oh, where shall I go,
That I may be sure, .
h That I may know
Winter, is gone
And at my door
Will not come weeping
What shall I do.
Or what shall I sing
To make myself certain
Today is spring?
Miss Etheiya Daniel entertain
ed at a' format 'birthday dinner
last evening Jn the Peacock room
of the Gray Belle, announcing at
the same time her engagement to
Harold Re?ele. Daffodils and car
nations were used in the develop
ment of the yellow and white color
Compare Our Merchandise and Then Note the Prices
E tlEST DELEAVE , TO YOU
WhWwe use the mottoBetter Goods for Less There is a meaning to it, on
whichLwe.slakA..our renntationWe have served the nnblic of Salem before and.
pour record-of honorable merchandising, isstill a. memorywith hundreds oC our pa
trons who are glad to see us back, but we want all the public of Salem and vicinity
r twknow ' ; .f" . ' '. . - " " '
'"DIRECTOR: BROS. .
i u Better Goods for; Less-
And the Values, Quoted Here is Self .Evidence of. Our Desire.
, - - - . to Serve You Faithfully.:
L- '-Injf of the clever
i I ---t" ' S'e tendencies of
I ' ' ..f . 7N.. . the- comincr season
New Spring sho''-
the coming1 season
in ladies'; wearing,
Beautiful n e w Bilk
. dresses fa all the latest
plain andt fancy ma-
f ; terials, real. $23 values'
' Kew spring I coats at
. a bfg savJ 1J QC
- ing. Special vlTTT
showing of popular priced millinery
under one roof.
y Extraordinary Offering
l'50' of our regular $6 to
$7.50 new, spnng hats
will be sold while they
last at the phenominal
low price of
scheme. . Yellow ribhonr. streamers
ran from the center basket to the
yellow-rose Individual nut baskets
which were combined with the
place cards'.' At the place of Miss
Dorothy Hoard man who was seat
ed at one end of the table, Miss
Daniel being at the other, a small
gilt box lay concealed in the ferns.
It held Miss Daniel's engagement
diamond in its tiffany basket set
ting. The birthday cake, covered
with tiny candles, carried out fur
ther the yellow and white color
scheme. Miss Daniel sent a basket
of carnations' to' Lausanne hall at
the dinner hour to announce the
secret there. Mr. Regele announc
ed at the Phi Kappa Pi fraternity
house- Those invited to share in
the pleasure of the birthday an
nouncement dinner were: Mls
Frances M. Richards, Mrs. Florian
Von Eschen, Miss Marie Corner,
Miss Laura Best, Miss Geraldine
Cook, Miss neryl Marsters, Miss
Helen Richolson. Miss Elaine
Chapln, Miss Dorothy Boardman,
Miss Clara Smith and Miss Violet
Arrayed in assorted costumea,
the members of the Business and
Professional Women's club, en
joyed a hard times party Wednes
day evening at the . Chamber of
Commerce. The guests pleasantly
diverted themselves with various
games. A program was given
under the charge of Miss Laura
Hale and Miss May Hale, v Miss
Grace Elizabeth Smith, accompan
led by Miss Ellis, sang a group of
Irish songs. Hard time refresb-
Oregon Products Banquet, spon-
aoredi Jiy..Saiemt Woman's club . at
6:30 at the Elks' temple.
Comedy ana. . pageant, benior
King's Heralds, First. Methodist
church, Friday, 7:30, silver, offer
Tano club, Mr. and Mrs. K, L.
Women's union. First Congre
gational chyr.ch, 2 ; 30; o'clock..
Hal Hibbard auxiliary. Business
meeting and social afternoon. Mrs.
John Seymour, 1425 N. Winter.
The, woman's auxiliary of St.
Paul's Episcopal church, 2:30
o'clock, Mrs. U. G. Shipley, 975 E
The Woman's Alliance of the
Unitarian church, 2:30 o'clock,
Mrs- Roy Burton 6 3 5 Union street
The West Side circle of the Ja
son Lee church, Mrs. W. St. Clair,
2053 North Front street.
George O'Keil was in charge of
the program. Class members pres
ent for the afternoon were: Mrs
S. Willis, Mrs. C. Mundinger, Mrs
F. W. Edgar. Mrs. B. F- Heikes,
Mrs. C. McAllister, Mrs, A. J. Mat-
this, Mrs. D. S. Turner, Mrs. W
McLaren, Mrs. M. A. Estes, Mrs,
Ben Eilers, Mrs. Bjork, Mrs. T W.
Davles, Mrs. W. E. Pickens, Mrs.
C. O. Grover, Mrs. C. C Farmer,
Mrs. M. Lillelund, Mrs. O. P. Co
shaw, Mrs. A. B- McKlllop, Mrs. D
D, Socolofsky, Mrs. John Scho-
lund, Mrs. Martha Lottis, Mrs. O.
B. Ross, Mrs. H. Harms, Mrs. W
F. Foster, Mrs. George O'Neil,
Mrs. Milton Melchert. Mrs. Harry
ments were served, Mr. Biancnei Rajph and Mrs. K. H. Pickens.
Isherman assisting ner.
The costumes variea rrom me i The woman's auxiliary of the
little-red-school-house pig-tail lass J st Pai'g EniscoDal church will
type to that of Peter Pan, Mary
Plckford, Samantha Allen, Mra..
Murphy, Carrie Nation, country
schoolma'ams, generation-ag6 spinr
sters and many others, "Maude
Mueller" even being polygamous
ly accompanied by several
"Judges", or excellent imitations
The spirit of Erin prevailed dur
ing the evening, the program con-,
slating of Irish Quotations, wit-
skits, anecdotes, etc. After re-
meet; this afternoon at the home
Of Mrs. U, G. Shipley, 975 E street
at 2:30 o clock.
The .West Side circle of the Ja
son Lee aid society will meet this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. W
St. Clair, 2053 North Front street,
Friday, March 21, at 2:30 o'clock
Mrs., Minna Budlong of Boston
will be the guest of honor when
the Woman's Alliance of the Uni-
All" j and the pageant "Isabel's
Dream of the World's Children'
will be presented this evening by
the Senior King's Heralds at the
Extra $2.50 Figured Canton Silk Crepes, Yd.' $1.69
oxfords' and pumps
values, to $6; pair
Men's G Goodyear
, Welt - shoes ; pair
Men's wool army
Boys'. 1 3 work and
Brand Silk i .
" J stockings, U.25
' Bloomers 1 2 value
r Men's -Bal. Union
- - Suits, , garment
At Exceptional Prices
Pure cane sugar, 10-lbs. for ....,.98c.
Navy beans, 4 pounds; f or ......I.....25e
( Olympic flour, 49 lb. sack ....$1.50
' Snowdrift hardwheat flour, 49 lbs. $1.50
Full cream cheese, 2 lbs. ....:...-,..5c
Pure rendered lard, pound ..J.:.:,v. 15c
Darimade milk, per- can at 4.-?'-.; 9c
Nutola margarine 3 iba. for ....70c
Cottage rolls, special lb. ..... :.16c
Bacon squares at per pound ....:..14c
Bacon backs, special pound ......I 19c
M. J; B. Coffee, 5 lb can, special $1.99
35c bulk coffee, 4 pounds for ...$1.00
Olympic rolled oats, 9 lb. sack .J-....47c
r Olympic .pancaka flour,-9 lbi sack69c
Fresh, white bread, loaf ... 5c
Sweet naval oranges, 3- dozr -v25c
Large hard head lettuce ......'.tlJ.J.;.,5c
Best Price Paid for
silk knit tie
All large pieces
including. 8 and 10
freshments, a real Virginia reel, J tarian church meets this after
near-clps, and otner forms oinoon with Mrs. Roy Burton, 625
dancing were, enjoyed. Union street. Mrs. Budlong is a
. I national field secretary, and is at
Mr- and Mrs. is. u. .appnann i present touring the Pacific coast
will be hosts at the meeting oi.tneiMrB Budlong will speak informal
Tano club this evening. - ly-fallowing the business meeting
I which is set for 2:30 o'clock'. Mrs.
The two-act comedy. "Dr. Cure-
Fereshetian will sing Del Aqua's
Chanson Provencale" and Run-
sky VKorsakov's "Song of India."
Hal Hibbard auxiliary will meet
First Methodist church. The castt afternoon at the home of Mrs
has had excellent preparation. The John t Seymour, 1425, North Win
program, to which there will be 1 161. street, for an Important bus
no admission charged, will begin i mGaa session and social hour. At-
at 7:45J A silver offering will be j tendance of all the members is de-
taken during the evening.
The Woman's Union of the First
Congregational church, will meet
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
.Misa Kathryn Gunnell, of the
Gnhnell & Robb studio, through
thd local Writers' club of which
Mra. Blanche Jones is leader,, Is
The birthday of Mrs. .William f resenting , an Interesting photo-
Browli was very pleasantly ob- j graph she has taken ot Edwin
served when Mrs. W-, H. . Dancy I Markham to the Poets' Corner In
entertained, at luncheon aq,o,.Mah J Portland,, The gift was accepted
Jongg. The affair was in the na- wlth pieaBUre by the Writers' club
ture ot a surprise. Jonquils andat their last meeting. The plc-
yellow candles were used on thetuW!f which, is 12 by 16 inches in
attractive luncheon table. . A girt-1 g;j jg in the black and white
corsage marked the place of theJtoneS- jt lg a print from one of
guest of honor, Mrst Brown. bne sittings the poet made here
Covers were also placed for: Mrs. j when he visited and spoke in Sa
ReuVen P. Boise, Mrs.'W--H. El-1 iem at the invitation of the league,
dridge, Mrs. 0. C. Locke, Mrs. Mil-1 havlne been entertained at the
ton Meyers, Mrs. W. Carlton Hme at the F. S Barton home. The
Smith, Mrs. W. Al." Jones, Missl DOSt iaureate has chOBen this pho-
Maoei ureignton ana,me nojfiessi tograph as his own favorite and
Mrs. Dancy. The Man Jongg prize I U8ea it In his last book. Miss
of the afternoon went to Mrs. WM (junneJi Wb0 posed the picture
Carlton Smith. Iwas for. two years, head of the
. , I nhntneranhip. semtion of the Salem
Judge P. H, D'Arcy will speaij xj-ts' league. It is probable that
this evening at Mt. Angel. His j the, Markham picture will be ex-
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon, for ; the , County of
Marlon.1 Department No. 2.
Henry H. Gralapp and Amelia
Gralapp, his wife,
Thomas Finch, Walter Finch,
Lutie Nally, Lola Minyard.
James S. Finch, Bessie
Finch, Julia llenson, now
Julia Devoe, Ura Henson,
now Ura Tyson, Henry
llenson. Finch Brown and
also known as Finch it.
Brown, Caasie Brown, now
Cassie Brown-Calvert, Min
nie Brown, Maggie Green
wood, Bainy Brown and
also known as Zina "
Brown, Margie Brown; al
so all other persons or par
ties unknown claiming any
right, title, estate, lien or
interest in the. real estate
described in the complaint
herein, Defendants. )
To Thomas Finch, Walter Finch,
Lutle Nally, Lola Minyard, James
S. Finch, Bessie Finch, Julia, Hen
son, now Julia Devoe,. Ura Henson,
now Ura Tyson, Henry Henson,
Finch Brown and also known as
Finch R. Brown, Cassie Brown,
now Cassie Brown-Calvert, Minnie
Brown, Maggie Greenwood, Bainy
Brown and also known as Zina B.
Brown, Margie Brown, also all
Dther persons or parties unknown
claiming' any right, title, estate,
lien or interest In the real estate
described, in the complaint herein,
above named defendants:
In the Name of the State of Ore
gon, you and each of you are re
quired to appear arid answer th
complaint filed against you in th
above entitled suit and set up th
nature and character of your claim
to the real estate described in said
complaint, on Or before six weeks
after the 15th day ot February,
1924, and if you fail to so appear
and answer the Bald complaint,
for want thereof, the plaintiffs will
apply to the said court for the- re
lief prayed for and demanded in
said complaint, lo-wit: For a de
cree against you and each of you
that you nor any of you have-any
right, title, estate. Hen or interest
in. of or to the following described
real property, namely:
Beginning, at a point on the
north line of the donation land
claim of Isaac N. Gilbert and wife
in township 7 south, range 2 west
of the-' Willamette meridian, in
Marion county, Oregon,- said be
ginning point being north 89 de
grees 45 minntes west, 2.451
chains, from the northeast corner
of a tract of land deeded by L. K.
Page to F. Mickenham on June
10, 1903, said deed being recorded
in Marion county records, book of
deeds, volume 82, page 523, and
running thence south 20.40 chains
to the center of , the, road leading
from Salem to Howell Prairie;
thence north 89 degrees 45 min
utes east, in the center of said
road, 7.353 chains to the south
west corner of a tract of land
deeded to Bird Nickenham, De
cember 16th, 1909, and recorded
in book. Ill, page 79 of deeds;
thence north 20.40 chains to the
north, line of the said donation
land claim of Isaac N. Gilbert and
wife; thence south 89 degrees 45
minutes west, along the north line
Of said claim, 7.353 chains to the
place of beginning,- containing 15
lilt CiO I MIES
3R THE OFFICES
The Men and Women Who
Will Be Ine Primaries
On the 16th of May
Following are the announce
ments ot the candidates for nomi
nation at the primaries May 16th.
The list will be extended from
day to day:
CITY OF SATEM
Will b candidate Tor City Rerdar
At the' primary elaction-liay lOtU. H
promise, if ehoien. efficient aerrie
and strict and impartial law enforca
mtnt . ,
subject will be, "Lincoln, His Life
and Achievements in the Cause of
i Heavy blue enamel
ware, value to $1.50
QS- n- ii 49c
A; Visit to Our Economy Basemant Vill Reveal Big Bargains
BETTER GOODS FOR LESS
In the Double Store ; PEOPLES CASH STORE
PrCmlGCS Formerly V. ' ' NoCorinectWWith Corner Store
hibited in Hartman'a window.
Miss Alice Putnam, a freshman
I at 'the Oregon Agricultural col
The members of. the Count-on- liege, is among those spending the
me class of the First Baptist I spring vacation at her home in
church were entertained this week I Salem,
" It a candidate -at tha Rcpvblieaa pri'
mark May 1 8th. for C aunty Jnd( cl J
' Marion county. Hia alofaa: Strict acoaa , '
my 'on basinesa lines, with) fair traaV
mnt; lower taiea an4 antorcamaat ti
;' tb Uv, '
JOHH JL JCITES801V
It ,a ctndidat for Oo&ttabto for Ralant
. . dlstrirt. JCr akoraft: ' N iatcraat t
aerr lBt,.tl PuUia lnlrst.. - J. "
O. O. BIOS
Is candidate ' for City Treafnrer ' at
the primaries May 16th. lie promises
the . same efficient service he baa always
OEO. W. STOSXX
Announce his candidacy for City E
corder at the primaries May Ida. Ilia
slog-anr (lire boncst and fair truatnwat
la sib '
- JOHH B. OIEST
Will be a candidate in the primaries of
May. ICth for reelection aa Mayor ef
Haletn. If enosen, be wilf devote "the
same atUntien te the affaire of the city
government that Jul bae been ghrins
with the hope of helping to accomplish
still (reater efficiency in the city go
eminent, and of still further aiding il
the growth and development of Salem.
MABIOH. COUNTT -
JEKOMB T. JONES
la candidate for County Judge of Mar
ion county. q.ual and Exact' Justice
to, all, is- hit slogan.
JOHN H, 0AB8OV - -
Wilt be a candidal for Prosecuting
Attorney of Marin county at the K
publican prinmariee May 16th. He win
stand for the atrict enforcement of tb
Is. eandidate for -Ooaatabl of Salem
district. Kecommendation by Judgt
Buahey: "Am true an officer as erej
wore a star." A boot 2- year mxpw
tence as a peace officer.
. Republican candidate fot County As
sessor of Marioa county, lUa a Am. f
erican family of ftve. Heavy taxpayer
School teecket far It yeara; five ytart
aaceeaafttUy is grocery baaiaesa' in a. -lem.
LLOYD T.: BIQDObr v ' " 1
Win je a eandidate In the. Bapobllean
primaries May 16th for Coroner of Mar
ion county. If successful in the primar
ies end at the polls, be wilt give-the
datia of hia office the same faithful -attention
that he baa given during hit
first term, which he la now serving.
. (STUB) SMITH -.
Will be a candidate In the Republican
primaries May 16th for Constable t
the Balem district, Resident of Salem
nearly 40 years. If nominated . and
elected, be will de hia duty and play ae -faveritea.
U. O. BOTEB. . ,
: Will. later announce' hit eaadidaey fer
Cesnty Clerk of Marioa eoosty. '
CLARK 0. GROVES - ' '
Will be. a candidate' for" Constable In th
Republican primary election- Aiay lOtb
Mas served for many years ta capacities
qualifying him tor the' duties of lbs
ploe. if nominated' and elected, h -will
give the duties of the office hit
moat faithful attention, without fear et'
' (OrV , t - w .
V. S. KUNThi
la a candidate for the office of Jostle,
of the Ptaeo of fialem district, at the
Republican primaries May 16th. Bo will
: appreciate your support.
RALPH THOMPSON :
I a eandidate .at the' Republlcna. prK
nwiea may iota- jor Bnenri of atario
slogan: Justice without V
W. H. DOWKXnTa..
: Is candidate far Cotmtf Judge of Mar
i ion county at the Democratic primaries'
' May 16th. He pledget tew nforeemeat
. and reduction: of taxes by tpeading Jeaa4
! money. I ' .. ?.
. POLK COUBTZ t .,
IV yT-V.tgY " . v ; ' .'
WiH be ft eandidate-1 tfto Republican
primariea May 16th' fot, nomination
for Coroner of Polk county. Mr, Keen
er, ' if 'nominated and elected, wilt per
form the duties ot the. office faithfully
acres, more . or less.l in Marion
county, Oregon; and that the
plaintiffs are the owners in fee
simple of, the said premises, and
their title be forever quieted, and
you and each of ybn be forever
barred and enjoined- fj-om assert-"
ing or claiming any right, title,
estate, lien or. interest in or to the
said premises adverse to the plain
tiffs said titles i .
And you and' each, of you will
also take notice that this sum
mons is served upon you by publi
cation thereof in the Oregon
Statesman, a daily newspaper pub
lished in Salem," Marion county,
Oregon,, said pubUcayon . .of said
summons-to be once a week for
six -weeks, by order of Hon. Geo.
G. Bingham, judge of said court,
made on the 13th day of Febru
ary, 1924; and that the date of
the first publication Of this sum
mons is the 15th day of February,
1924, and the date of the last pub
lication thereof will be- on the
28th day of March, 1924.
Attorney for the Plaintiffs.
Residence, Salem, Oregon.
f, 15-22-29; m 7-14-21-28
R e a d the Classified Ads,
Senator Eddy SeeKs to , ,
-- Enter Senate Again. i
B I Eddy at Rpsehu rg -yester- :
day filed with Secretary of State ;
Koser his- statement as a candi--data
for the republican nomina-
ion to succeed. himselt as -state -senator
from . the f ifUr senatorial1
district, comprising Dquglas. coun
ty. .His slogan, is: .''Maintenance
of prohibition, economy in public
expenditures, fair trial of Income
tax." ' ' ' - "
S. lA Newberry Nbf Pendleton
filed as a candidate for; the demo-,
cratic nomination for district at
torney of .Umatilla--county., "If I.
ami nopiiaatedan4f ejected,''.. sya
his platform,- "I - will, during my
term ot office, render faithful ser-
rice and fairly and impartially
perform the duties 'of said offlcel"
W. V. Puller of Dallas fUed M'
a candidate for the republican, :
nomination for represenfative in
the legislature from the 14th. rep
resentative district, comprising
Lincoln and Polk counties'.
1 His slogan is: "Ask support of"
people on. my record of, two terms
at the. home of Mrs. Theodore
Roth. Mrs. G. E- Heikes presided
at the business meeting which pre
ceded the social hours. Mrs. W.
F. Foster gave an instrumental
solo. Mrs. C. McAllister and Mrs.
Theodore ' Roth - sang. Mrs, Ed.
Rose gave an enjoyed reading. Mrs
The Vecinas Realis. met for
their recent afternoon meeting
with, Sylvia Schaupp, 632 North
Liberty street The members
spent the time in. finishing their
quilts which will be sold next
Monday evening, March 24. After
the pleasant afternoon together,
light refreshments were served.
Mrs. Cora V. Hunt, 995 Marion
street, will be the next hostess for
the club, which will meet April 2.
The clients of Mra. SchatiDD for
J'- - ri ciud aiiernoon inctuaea; cor.
v. truni, Mary Acserman, nose
Abbott, Marie Hunt, Anna. Matten,
Susie Parmentor, Sarah Peterson,
Anna Simmons, Kata Shatts, Le
ila Sharp, Cora Schwab. Lauvlsa
Spalding, Dora Townsend. Rhoda
Persons Baker, Melissa Persons,
Bertha Loveland, and Miss Lena
Mrs. W. J. Linfoot was j hostess
for the meeting of the Foreign
Missionary society ot thej Leslie
Methodist church who chose the
occasion for the observance of
Founder's day. An historic skit
was then given. -' The playlet
depicts the organization of the be
ginning of jfhe society in 1868 at
Tremoni church In; Boston The
partlcfjating group included: Mrs.
US P.fNrounaglarr,; Mrs. j James
airchfftMrs.', Catherine B.rown,
Misj ElEt iMoodyi Mrs. F. Li Scott,
Mrs. Jriq.Medler, Mrs. J. P
Klaus,;,Mrst.F W. Selee. Jon
quils, splreA, -Oregon, grape, and
daffodils.' effectively decorated the
rooms where . 30 women of the sot
fcety. gat'hered., .Musical ,nunihers
nfrv gitea by Mrs. Walter :Bnaa,
: . ' - ' i -
TrV TU t?- ,,a
Fast CanodiaTPacific EmpressStcam-
ships wfth-ail modem conveniences
hold tht record time o the Orient . .,,
JAPAN 10 days
SHANGHAI . 14 days. '
- HONG KONG y , 17 days
Attractive Second Class Cabins are"?
" rlt.,. . ... i
1. 1 Avwiawe i proportionately lower f
r fares. . . - "
iruiAin,ws, Agent raj,, uepe v
. ? atohmta He Itwhai h?J It
Newest Patterns, and Styles, 15 to $2;45
We Have Caps for Boys .
Light or dark patterns 98c to $1.50
Men's Dress Shoes
Black or brown in kid. or calf upto-
date shapes $3.85, $4.85, $5.50 to $7.45
Men's Work Shoes
You'll find this department most
complete as we have styles and
leathers that will suit you and
your purse, priced from $1.95 to $4.90
Men's Work Pants
Khaki, cuffs and belt loops $1.75-91.95
Whipcord, same .'. .$2.25
. Moleskin, same .....$25
Grey stripe cottonade $JL95
Khaki, Whipcord, and Moleskin,
priced .:.......$2.25, $2.65 to $2.85
Men's Work Shirts
Good quality' and full cut
75c, 90c, 95c to $1.45
Men's Cotton Unions; .
Light weight, short or Jong sleeves 90e .
Heavy; Ribbed Unions
Long sleeves and heavier than
above garment . ...$1.45-$L75
Men's Outing: Night Shirts
Medium weight ...v........$15
Heavy weight 91.757
Red Cross r Pajamas
Outing and welt made.- .
Boys Fore Runner Hose " .
Heavy, ribbed cotton 1, ... .25c
Men's; Dress . Shirts
No collar, fibre stripe, pat
terns - L, ..$L75-$i.85
Boys? Whitb Canvas Gym or Tennis
Shoes1 with. Rubber Soksv
2Y2 to 6-,.... ... 9L25, 915 and 9275
llVa to 2 ..- . 91.10-91.65.
Black Tennis. Oxfords;.
For child's T to 10"
For youths 11 to 2 ........
For Boys 2V to 6 1.. ....
For. men's shoes ,
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