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v WEDNESDAY MORNING;4 JUNE
' Portland-' Manufacturers -to
Entertain In Annual
4 , Bayers1' Week. ;
PORTLAND, Juno 15.- (Spe
cial.) Elaborate plana are being
made by 125 Jobbers and manu
facturers of Portland to entertain
the merchants front states border
ing on the western slope at their
14th annual buyers -week, August
2 to 7. '
The merchants of the; 14 west
ern states are invited to come to
Portland as the guests of these
jobbers and manufacturers to par-
The Commercial Book Ctore has
TTerything you need In books and
Rtattonery and supplies tor the
school, office or home, at the low
est possiKa prices.
ticipate in a week's entertainment,
at which time there will be shown
to those . merchants that Portia nd
is the leading jobbing and manufacturing-
center of-. the -Pacific
northwest, and. distributing, center
embracing a .JertitoryJn excess !
14 5,000 square miles."" ' -
As a feature for these merchants
to come to Portland daring the
week, these. Jobtiers and manufac
turers will 'refund their round
trip railroad fare on all combined
purchases amounting to $500 or
more, ; irrespective : from distance
traveled. - All the railroads' in the
west entering;- Portland, as well
as the steamship lines, are making
special rates for this occasion.
Already a number of reports
have been received that merchants
from Saleni will' bo on hand to at
tend Portland's 1 4ta annual buy
ers' week. ; . i , . - i
At Tits Theatres
There is nothing so satisfying as
to know you nave good, tires on
your car. iThe.MalcomTlre Co.,
Court &. Com'lJ can supply you.
See thenu J- ()
Old Fashioned Bar
Doub!a: Strength Peppermint:
Wyau prefer SugarCbatedGun '
jljen get tits.
The Saturday Evening Post Story
'DOUBLING FOR CUPID' V
. NINA WILCOX PUTNAM v
. Today" and Thursday;
LAURA LA PLANTE
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fglrfworc ' 'Florence ' "Vidot 'and
Adolphe iMenjou in "The Grand
Duchess and the Waiter.". . :
OrrKon Laura lla PLante, Har
ry Myers, Kate . Price in Tbe
Beautiful Cheat,"' from the Satur
day Evening Post story "Doubling
for Cupid," by, Nina Wilcox Put
Bligh Sid Chaplin in Charley's
Pry's Drug Store. 280 N. Coml,
the pioneer store. Everything for
everybody in the drug supply line,
with standard goods end Quality
eerriee always. ()
Hallk ft Eoff Electric Shop, 337
Court ' St. Everything electric
from motors and fixtures and sup
plies to wiring. Get prices and
look' at complete Stock. ()
Mrs. H. P, ' Sttthr millinery.
Most beautiful bats in Salem; nil
shapes and colors; full stock from
which to make fine selections. Best
quality. S33 State SU ()
CATHOLIC CARDINALS ABE
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waiting i thousands ' that lalmost
prevented movement qf the pre
ates equipapes. i. Mounted police
cleared the way forthem. -r The
buildings were 'Cecorated "'with
the papal colors, yellow and
white.' Cheering or kneeling in
bumble ; piety, the thousands
greeted the cayalcade as it swept
along the" street- The cardinals
gave their blessings to the. throngs
and waved to thousands in. win
dows and on roofs.
At city .hall the nenith of the
demonstration was reached. Mov
ing slowly through the ' banks of
humanity, the cardinals stepped
from their automobiles, while po-;
lice, formed a circle around them.
Cardinal" Hayes and the papal le
gate .were - the , first to enter "the
aldermanic chamber where Gov
ernor ; Smith stepped forward.
Kneeling at their feet he kissed
the ring of Cardinal Bonz&no and
then" that of Carninal Hayes As
the , governor gave .his personal
welcome to Cardinal , Bonzano , his
voice was so low that his .words
were inaudible evert to those near-
Smlth 4c ' Watklns, Conrt and
High Sts., auto tires, tubes and
accessories. McClaren and Fisk
tires. Offer the most miles for
the least money. ()
DRYS ARE LEADING
IN NEW JERSEY RACE
. tOonturoed from pas 1.)
for nomination as the republican
congressional candidate. . , The
league descrtbed this as the most
important ceotest in New Jersey,
calling upon its followers to ko to
lhe,poHs.-inf6tr etchers, If ncces'
sary, to oppose the "saturately
L The district, composed of rural
and, suburban, communities, wit
nessed 'the only attempt of wet re
publicans to give United States
senator waiter E. Edge a delega
tioa which would resound his at
tacks on prohibition.
- Not even in the thickly popu
lated eittes'otNewark and Eliza
beth wete lthere euDOskion to the
renomiBation.f foarry republi
can congressmen, and as a-result
the general election's will bring a
series of congressional fights be
tween drfs and wet democrats.
On the other hand the second
end seventh districts produced :no
dry opponents of wet republican
inenmbents- The only other con
test against members of the con
gressional delegation was in South
Jersey where Representative Pat
terson, republican, . was . hard
pressed by Charles A. Wolverton.
Both Wolverton and Patterson are
dry and Wolverton was the organ!
yation candidate whoever wins will
be opposed by a, wet democrat in
the fall. ;
The wife of . : circuit court
fudge, opposing . " dry democrat
on a platform calling for a refer
endum to get prohibition out of
politics, was one central figure in
. She was Mrs. Adeline Lawrence
of Freehold, candidate for demo
cratic senatorial nomination, and
her. opponent was; James R. Hen-
drickson. The, battle ground was
Monmouth county, within which
territory ; the Methodist camp
meeting, grounds are situated at
Ocean Grove. The county has a
long stretch of shore iine along
which rum runners once were ac
tive, and is reportedvo. stronghold:
or the klan.
Other Features of Quality
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Matinees 25c Evening
As Mayor Walker greet-. any way attributed to the Ameri
ed the, princes of the church he
alfet kissed their rings.1. -. '
k The . cardinals were -presented
by. Grover A. Whalen, chairmanJ
or tne mayor s reception eommu
tee.; Cardinal "Bozano represent
ing, the eccliasticsy responded, of
fering blessings of the pope and
paying tribute to America. Gov
ernor Smith then officially wel
comed the ; visiting cardinals.
Besides Cardinals Hayes - and
Bonzano,. the cardinals present
were Chrarost, Dubois. "Osernoch,
O'Donnell ' and Casanova, "a Cardi
nal Faulhaber was not present. - .
Hunt & Schaller. leading meat
market on North Commercial, at
No. 263. Finest meats, fruits and
vegetables. ' The crowds trading
at this store tell the story. ()
Gabriel i Powaer" e tm ppf y . Co.,
lumber, 'building materials, paints
and varnishes, roofing papery Get
prices there and make a big, sav
ing. Office. 175 S. Com'I. ()
Efker Auto Co., Terry j&t Liber
ty St. Autos stored, and bought'
and sold.' Cars .washed day and
night. Low prices and service will
make long friends. I')
The Capitol Motors. Oldsrao-
blle six coach and sedan are sur
passing beauties; finer "perform
ance, lower prices. Look them
oven Biddy Bishop. ()
The rug and carpet department
Of the Hamilton Furniture Co. is
one of the .most complete in the
state. All rug prices below regu
lar list. )
Bonesteele Motor Co., 474 S.
Com'l, has the Dodge automobile
for you. All steel body. Lasts a
lifetime. Ask' Dodge owners.
They will tell yon. ; r SkX
Darby's Drug Store, where qual
ity service and low prices meet.
Everything In the drug line, noth
ing wanting-in high class service.
Court at Liberty St. ()
' The Cherry City Baking Co.
bread, pies and cakes &r of high
est quality. One of Oregon's most
sanitary bakeries. Visit it. Worth
while. A Salem show place. ()
CHILE CALLS HALT ON
(Continued from pag 1.)
in Latin American diplomatic cir
cles as almost certain to be car
ried down In the crash of the pie
biscite commission. How far reach
ing such a result would be is a
matter of lively discussion in
Washington. It conceded private
ly that complete failure of the Am
erican effort would be a blow to
the prestige of the United States
throughout the western hemis
phere if blame for the failure is in
can negotiators; and. a statement
from Washington definitely laying
the responsibility .t the- door of
Chile is among the possibilities.
I do not know whether I shall
staynere.or jnot'! said the Chil
ean ambassador today when ask
ed what ' the next Chilean step
would be. .
Donghton & Snerwin, Hard
ware, 286 N. Com l St. Hardware,
Builders Supplies, Paints, varn
ishes. Give us a call, you'll find
our prices reasonable. . . ()
The Man's Shop saves you a ten
dollar-bill on every quality snit.
Shirts, hats, ties, collars. High
grade clothing, perfect fitting,
long wearing. 416 State. . ()
The Scotch woolen Mills is a
first class store to order your new
spring e.nd summer suit. Suits
hold shape and color. Best dress
ers wear 'em. 426 State St. ()
-Vtck Bros, are eelllag the Oak-
la.ad and Pentiac cars. -Agents for
tha valley counties. ; Pioneer firm
in antos. Oakland coach now only
11270. 280 S.lIIgnSt. - (?)
? The Square Deal Hardware Co.,
230 N. Com'l. Mostr elegant and
practical lines of mechanics tools,
uilders hardware, cutlery, etc Go
there and save the diftreence. ()
Baker-Mornucopia Mining Co.
ready to start mill, for long run,
. G. V Day tires, tubes- and ac
fesories. liaa the Goodyear tires,
the standard of the i world. . . Mr.
Day. cangive 'you - more mileage,'
Corner Coml and ChemeketaU()
- W. G. Krueger, reanor; progres
BiveJ fair; equitable. Growing city
and ' country make 'possible buys
that will make you good' money.
Complete listings. 147 N. Com'L
Classified . ads Bring ' Results.
H. I. Woodry Son, 271 N.
Coml St, furniture store. Bar
gains in furniture of all kinds.
Agent for Lang ranges, best made.
Also auctioneers. ()
C. A. Luthy. Reliable Jewelry
store. What yon are looking for
in Jewelry." Where a child can buy
as safely as a man or woman. Re
pairing in all lines. )
Chas K. Spanldlng Logging Co.,
lumber and building materials.
The best costs no more than in
ferior grades. Go to the big Sa
lem factory and save money. ()
H. T. Love, the Jeweler, 335
State St. High quality Jewelry,
silverware and diamonds. The
gold standard of values. Once a
buyer always a customer. ()
The Opera House Drug Store,
Service, quality, low prices, friend
shin give increasing patronage.
Old customers advise friends to
trade here. High and Court. ()
! To CALIFORNIA
By PjCKWP STAGES v
30 HOURiS TO SAN FRANCISCO
Tnrough Heclining Chair Car Service Three
Shedoles Each Day With Stop Over Privileges
Leaving the Terminal Hotel
10 A. M., 7:00 P. M , 1:35 A.M.
f SAN FRANCISCO
One Way'..r.. , ,V $15.50
Round Trio ..1 -?30)0
For Information LCaH At
or Phone 696
1 .First National Bank, the bank
6f friendship and helpfulness In
time of need. Interest paid on
time deposits. Open an account
and watch your money grow.' ()
Walter H. Zosei. automobile
tires, tubes and accessories. Vul
canizing that holds. 'High, quality.
superior service. A trial makes a
customer. 1 9 8 S. Coml. ( )
White. Honse Restaurant, 262
State St., where hundreds of peo
ple prefer to eat. All you want to
eat for less than you can eat at
home, quality and service. ()
" WEDNESDAY THTTRSDAl?
Better Tet Baking Co.. 264 N.
Commercial, manufacturers of
Better Yet Bread ,for sale at all
grocers. You II like it fresh
every day. , ()
11 VICTIMS IDENTIFIED
500 MEN WORKING1N DEBRIS
OF RUINED FACTORY- .
GARY, Ind., June 15. JBy As
sociated Press.) The last of the
11 men killed yesterday in a gas
explosion Ii the coke by-products
plant of the Illinois Steel company
here was identified today while a
force ot MO men put to work to
clear away the debris of the wreck
ed plant which is to be rebuilt.
- Of the more than 75 men who
were injured, 42 tonight still re
mained in hospitals and of this
number 17 were said by doctors to
be in a serious condition.
Crown' Drug Store, , 33 2 State
St., has many new articles to show
you. Every conceivable thing in
the way of drugs and drug store
specialties are there. " )
The Electrie Restaurant serves
elegant meals and lunches. Try
them; you, will come, again and
bring your friends. Best in Salem.
47 State St., . - , C
- j &
O. J. Wilson, for z l years the
Buick man in Salem; When better
cars are built, . Buick will build
them. The better Buick is here
for you and your 'family. - ()
. The Marlon Antimobile Co. The
Studebaker, the world's, greatest
automobile value. Operating cost
smalL Will last 'a lifetime, with
.are. Standard coach 1 1415. (
. JPearcy . Bros... bar the finest
garden, lawn and flower seeds.
Poultry supplies and fertilizers.
Lowest prices. - Seeds of high
quality. 178 g. Commercial St.
As. sophisticated.. as MA r, Woman of Paris:'- As. 4pwn
to earth and packed with gags as' "A Regular
Fello' Menjou is his own perfect self in it.; '
Florence Vidor, in breath-taking Parisian
gowns and a new boyish bob, is amaz- ,
ingly beafitiftiLv A polished
love comedy. I
: A PARAMOUNT PICTURE j
at the. Organ
AN INSIDE TIP TO MAKE, "YOU LADGM-
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