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DAtty OATITAIi JOU11NAL, 8A1.K5I,
JflllDAY, MARCra 18, 1010.
TO SELECT YOUR
HELP YOU WITH
i DAILY SALE. TODAY IS THE LAST DAY j
I OF THE W. B. CORSET DEMONSTRA
TION BY MljSS CRANPALL. TO-MOR-
I ROWS BIG SALE
TOMOnnow ONLY the larso Coat
T)rw!H Skirt in the dennrtment for
were designed especially for Spring and Summer wear. All the lat
est styles are here In a wonderful comprehensive showing.
$7.50 values, prbBasVor sale, at tho
low , price- of .. . ............ .
to Kn viilt! aA.
n r.n vnlnna
AXX.uu , ...
: cn vnlitno.
iety Is large
AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS FROM THE
HOISERY AND UNDERWEAR SECTIONS
ON SALE SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY,
FROM 7:30 'TILL 9 O'CLOCK. INVESTIGTE
Special sale of Ladies' fancy
colored Hosiery, blue and whlto
strlno in lace effects, black with
.solid toDB. an extraordinary valuo
I. for tomorrow's after suppor sell
ing, all sizes in the showing;
Regular values selling at 50c,
special rrom v:au tm a p. m. to
morrow night at the
low price of 39J Palr
Ladies' silk Swiss ribbed Vest,
MEN'S SPRING AND SUMMER WEIGHT UNDERWEAR
REDUCED IN PRICE
Onlv underwear of merit placed
able for Snrlnc and Summer included In this extra ottering. ' All!
sires for men from our regular 50c
placed on salo tomorrow only at the
This price should attract overy
r & a a .MmL
f Italn tonight nnd tomorrow.
, On lace curtains all this week at
Buren & Hamilton's. 3-lC-3t
(01 pointing) Is on dlsplny in
Meyer and Boll's window, 347 State
Oottfcgo Undertaking Parlors
)j' Cottago and Chemeketa Sts. Calls
day or night. Phono 724.
(All the Xew Curtains
U Are included in Huron & Hamil
ton's loco curtain salo 3-16-3t
Airship in fiulcm Tonight
' fj'ujlgo Dollttlo and Police Officer
Casey loavo Chicago today and ox
nect to bo In Salem by 8:30 p. m.
.! to nresldo over tho dOBtinlcs of tho
Kangaroo Court at Woodmen of tho
World hall tonight. Tho airship
will be . put on exhibition by tho
, committee, Everybody invited.
Manicuring, facial or body uios
age call at Elite Massage Parlors.
"Rooms 301 U. S. National Rank
Why Pay Regular Price I
When lace curtains are being sold
. uuroivt a mscoijni. uuren & autnii-
xvimt nv,i n.mwi,i I
r .a a ,r,n .
y C. A, Smith and A. . IcQco havo
commenced suit 'in the circuit court
f against J, 8. Vandoleur, guardian
for A. Erlcltson, et al. Thoplnlutlffi
compJtiliatuHeBOs that somo tlmo
, I.ngo they brought suit on a promla
t BQry note signed by Erlukson and ro
"fcoyerftd Judgment on It, mid that
':'( then Erlckson fraudulently trans
ferred h'ti real property. The plain-
tiff a now ask that all of the deeds
of transfer be declared void.
Rrvtmvrd Company M . ,
i Senator ThontBS Kay reviewed
4-tQoinptiny M nt tho nrmory last night
-. and upon tho conclusion of tho re
view ho complimented tho mombors
otktiio company very highly. Ho nl
vad addressed tho company on tho In
adequacy of tho armory for drill
i purposes and promised his support
in tho work of sccurlug a now nr
work. ClinB. K. SpaulU-
Cor. Pront ajul Ferry
Chas. h. 8pauldtR Ut Co.
yrOBt atttl Fttrry St
27TH ITS TIME
WEARjNGS. LET US
OF DRESS SKIRTS
and tfuit Section offers every I
less than tholr real -worth, they,
pro-Eastor sale, at the
pre'Eastdr sale, 'at thp
nre-Eastor salo. at ithO-.
of .. . $709
nrd-Eastoirsnlo. nt tho
of .... ; 7-92 i
nro.Knstpr sale' at the
1 - r ,
of.. S 9-58
nrfi-Enstor sale at the
of .. ..; S12-92
rirnOSaster sale at the
low price of ; ' S15-34
Anil many other different prices too numerous to
eaual Drice reductions. Tho var
enough to please tho most exacting.
colors, pink, cream and blue, high
neck and long slfeeves, suitable
for Spring wear. $3.00 and $3.50
values on sale after
supper, special at ...... $2-19
Ladles' plain whlto lisle Vests
with high neck, long or snort
sleoves, or sleeveless. A good j
value for tho money, sold every-
whoro at $1.00 a garment. Our
SDecIal price for Saturday after I
suDDer sale at tho special
price of 79H
FOR TOMORROW ONLY
with good wearing qualities suit
values will bo
low price of . . .30c a garment
man who is a firm believer in
q a m , JE a
Rest on Kartli 1
That is what they say of the guar-
anteod Electric Iron. Electric Fix-1
turo and Supply Co., 245 N. Liberty.
St. 3-1 8-2 1
I)o You Want fancy, 19; Oregon fancy, 19.
A good Electric Globe? Tho tan-. Potatoes Per contal, River
talum lamp burns less Juice. ft whites, 75 90c; for cholco to fan
gives a brighter light. Electric Fix-1 nv ,n cn,,n wlMl Ytrn ntn.k mintn.
turo and Supply Co., 245 N. Liberty
Tag Buy Tomorrow
Don't fall to socuro ono' of tho
tags, "Tho Homo vs. tho Saloon" to
morrow whon you nro asked to take
one. Call at th&. W. C. T. U, at
Buren & Hamilton's, Knorr's shoo
store and othor places, Ask about
them. It is a national affair, backed
by tho Wi C, T. U.
Tho Salem Auto Garage, yesterday
recolved a carload of Maxwells. Two I
of thorn woro 30" H, P. with detach-1
i m -ii
able tonnoaus. Thp othor was a 30
H. P. flvo-passengor touring car.
Tho toy tonnonu cars are about tho
classiest looking macblno that havo
"boon soon In Salem for somo time.
Tho engines aro practically noiseless
In operation, and havo power to
sparo. , , ,
Well Known IteUgious Journalist
uussoir Krrott, general manager
and treasurer of tho Standard Pub
lishing Company of Cincinnati. Ohio,
is the guest of D. Krrett. and wife,
o tho First Christian Church of this
city.' ' Mr. Errott Is a cousin of the
pastor, and ono of tho best known
religious journalists In America,
and a man of sterling character. IIo
will bo in tho city over Sunday.
An Venom Interested in organlx-
Uik a bulUUug and loan asaoclatlon
ln Salom can mul tno subscription
blanks at the oince nt F. W. Waters,
In the rear of tho U. S. National Uank
nulldlng. Mr. J. 0. Whlto will bo.
thero to explntn tho proposition
A Man of Iron tfervr.
Indomltablo will nnd tremendous en
orgy are nover found where stomach,
liver, kidney and bowels nro out of
prder if yoif want these qualities
fitnl the Biif.rnuR thm tirlticr llftft Tr
King's Now Life PlUs, the matchless !
regulators, for keen brain and strong
body. 2Ro at J 6. Perry's.
Whatever la la right It kopt in Its
proper plnou. Evil means out of
order not properly used.
A Timely Protection.
Uvoryone kuowb tho after effects of
la grippe nr often more dnugeroais
than tk diMKM. sq ofteo it iMds to
PDvumontn, wkloh a wMKaaed hearU
actlon liUkM fatal. La
toughs thi.t itrnlii mi! wfulcen ;he
ytiw vleld Qulxkty to th lu-aMng
.i:ui m tit bi.iuf t...:iM- of Foley's
Honey and Tar. Refuite iubtUutt.
J. O. Perry.
HE WILL NOT
Washington, March 18. Tho al
lied Republican Insurgents and
Democrats this afternoon turned
down three compromise 'propositions
submitted to them by tho regulars
Tho first proposition was that a
new rule committee bo formed to
number 10 members and i with no.
prohibition against the speaker be
ing a member of tho committee.
Tho second was that the commIt-4
tee should number 19 with no prohl-
tlon against the speaker acting on
Tho third was that Cannon's sup
porters would accept the Norris
resolution providing tho clause
aimed at tho speaker bo eliminated.
On tholr p.art tho Insurgents sub
mitted a compromise proposition
that the committee on rules be com
posed of 15 mombers nnd that the
speaker shall retire as a member of
tho committee. They agree to take
tho promlso of Cannon that he
would retire and not to havo that
provision written in tho rules.
Tho matter was put up to Cannon
who refused to assent to the com
promise proposition, saying: "That
Is not a compromise, and I will not
bo the goat."
The speaker refused to accept the
advice of Dalzell of Pennsylvania
and Smith (Rep.) of Iowa, not, to
rule on the resolution and declared
that he would rule today and accept
tho verdict of tho house.
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San Francisco, March 11. Wheat
Australian and Propo, $2.05
2.10; Sonora, $2.05 2.15; good to
choice Cal., $1.82 1.87 ; Nor
thern wheat Bluestem, $2 2.02;
club, $1.85 1.87 ! Turkey, $1.90
"1.95; Russian Red, $1.81 0"
Barley Feed, $1.40 1.41;
fancy, $1.43; common to fair,
$1.32 1.36 ; brewing and ship
ping, $1.42 1.43; Chevalier
nominal at $1.60 1.65.
Eggs Per doz., Calif, fresh, In
cluding cases, extras, 21; firsts,
20; Seconds, 19; thirds, IS.
flutter Per pound, Calif., fresh,
extras, 28; first, 28; seconds,
Now Cheese Per lb., new Calif.,
flats, fancy, 16; firsts, 15; sec
onds, 15; Calif, young America
fnnsy, 19; firsts, 18;. Eastern
Oregon, 18; do Young America,
20; storage Calif, flats fancy, 17;
firsts, 1C; Young America fancy,
19; New York Cheddars, fancy, 20;
do. singles, 20; Wisconsin singles,
bio at 90c$1.05; Salinas, $1.35 fi?
1.55; Oregons, $1.151.30; Early
Rose, $1.35 0 1.50; sweet potatoes
crates, $22,25 for fancy only.
OnLqns Per contal, yellow Calif .
$1.50(31. GO; do. Oregou, $1,65 0
Oranges Per box new navels,
choice, $1.762; fancy, $2.25
2.50; now Tangerines, $1150.
Local Wholesale Murket..
Flour, hard wheat $5.75
Mill feed, bran $28.00
Wheat, bushel $1.10 1,15
Oatfl, bushel ' 4245p
Hay, cheat 1517
Hay, oat , . . .' $1518
Vetch hay t $15 017
Hops, 1909icrop ". 13 18c
Chittim bark 4c
Mohair . . '. .25c
Potatoes, bu 30 40c
Apples, bushel ....... .75c $1.26
Ityttff and IgR.
Buttor, creamery 36c
Rutterfat m 39c
Butter, country ..s 30c
Broilers and fryers 15
liens .' 16c
oostors (young) ,...14c
Roosters (old) So
Turkey . . ; 22c
Bucks ... 12 c
8toers (1000 to 1200 lb) . . , ,'56c
steers (under 1000 JtbJ ... .4 5c
Hogs, fnt 99c
Stock . . . .V ,.ticfi
Ewes : 5c
Spring lambs Co
Veal, according to quality .10 11c
1'lrtoriul Revlfw rittti'rnv
Tho April pattern nud spring
hvy arrival. Golden
Rule Haruar. Mrs. B, T. Swart. 271
As President Roosevelt calls it is not '
nearly tho menace to increase in pop 1
ulatien that deaths among Infuntt '
I are. And eight out of ten of the
I deaths ars drjUy or Indirectly
oaussd by bowel troubled MoQeo's;
Bapy BlUlr jeuras diarrhoea, dysen-:
tarysottr fctomacli and all Infant ail!
raenl of tnin Btnre. Just the thing
i or teetning iuiee. rnce n anu
S&c. Sold by all druggUt.
Fear nnd waif nr.- ihc ereMorei
f all our Miff i 111 rroiu the cmdte ' I
to the grave.
Jim Riggs, tho tfago df Newport, is
in tno city sn axing nancis wun old
Salem friends and transacting busl
nos. C. Allison, of Harrisburg, made a
business visit here today.
Alfred and Clarence Beachy, of Al
bany, were In tho city today attend
ing to business matters nnd visiting.
They will leave for Portland this ev
ening to look after several business
S. D. Culver, of Marlon was among
the Salem business visitors today.
County Judge Bushey is in tho
north end of tho county today, look
ing up road matters.
Miss Freda Fischer has returned
from a brelf visit In Portland.
County School Superintendent
Smith returned last night front' ithe
Jefferson district, where ho visited
schools. Tho superintendent reports
schools throughout the south end, of
the county to be In a flourishing con
dition this spring.
Attorney Reames returned to Jack
sonvllle this morning after spending
to matters before the supreme court.
Tom Wilson, bookkeeper at tho
prison, has returned from a brief
visit" in Portland.
Dean Shroaves, of Sublimity, Is
here today on business.
Luke Barker returned today from
a short business visit in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Connors, of
Albany, were visiting here today.
Tom Jackson, of Stayton, trans
acted business in this city today.
"Blllie" Swopo, of Portland, cele
brated St, Patrick's day here yester
day. Miss Mabel Hall left today for
Portland to visit until Sunday.
Will Asher and family, of Dallas,
visited Salem friends yesterday.
J, J. P6tter returned to Portland
this morning after attending to busi
ness matters here.
H. G. Campboll, of Dallas, was a
business visitor here yesterday.
Miss Helen Dalrymple has returned
from an extended visit with her
brother, Tom Holman, at Tlllamoolj.
R. A. Harris was ln Falls City yes
terday on business.
George Dorcas, of Portland, Is
here looking after business. George
is a former Salem hop man.
Miss Sylvia Jones, of Brooks, visit
ed here yesterday.
Joe Teabo and wife, of Chemawa,
were visiting and shopping here yes
terday. Mayor George F. Rodger3 has re
turned from a brief business visit iu
Grove Maddlson returned to Dal
las last night after a short visit here.
F. M. Saxton has returned to Baker
city after a week's visit here.
Dave Copeland returned to Port
land this morning, after visiting and
transacting business here for a short
R. R. Cummins left this moraine
for Portland to visit for a short time.
Miss Carrie Smith has returned
from an extonded visit in Eugene.
Superintendent Shelby, of the
ITUaw M.I. tyJ 1A11 V i At;-
turned to Portland this morning.
it. G. Long left this mornlnpr for
Marlon on business. .
Wm. Tyler, of Chemeketa, was a
visitor here today.
Harry Maurer, of Portland, for-
Topopularlizethe Queensware department and turn your atten
tion again to our splendid stock of Buck's Steel Ranges, we propose
to give, away, absolutely free, beginning Thursday, March 17th
$10.00 worth of Queensware or other goods of your own
selection from the Crockery Department
WITH A BUCK'S STEEL RANGE. This liberal offer made ;
alike to cash and credit customers
All Goods Marked In Plain Figures
Come Early, Choose from an Unbroken Stock
nrorly of this city, is spending a fev;
uays nero. v
Mrs. John Campbell returned last
night from a week's visit ni Portland
Fire Insurance Society
Frank Meredith, Kesldcnt Agent
City Hall, Salem, Or.
D. D. BARRON
Civil engineering, surveying, plat
ting, sub-dividing. General contrac
ted for concrete sidewalks, bridges
and streets. State and Commercial.
Entrance 136 South Commercial
SU Room 9. Telephone Main 2Q4.
MONEY TO LOAN
TUOS. K. FORli
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Or.
Try a Journal want ad
" NEW TODAY
DRY WOOD TO MOVE Will sell
cheap. Phone 1410. Call at 1790
'State -St. M. P. Dennis. 318-3t
FOR SALE Several houses In Sa
lem, and farm lan-is at a bargain.
Capital National Bank. . 6-1-cod
SUITE OF 2 ROOMS Nicely fur
nished, drum . heat, electric liRht.
Will rent together or separately,
Toilet and bath on same floor.
715 Center St., corner Cottage:
A Neighbor of Yours.
As well as yourself is liable at any
time to have rheumatism. We're all
liable to have cuts or burns, bruises
orxscalds, crick in the back, neck or
side some kind of an ache c-r pain
Then heed this advice and tell your
neighbors Ballard's Snow Liniment
all wounds. Sold by all dealers.
A falling tiny nerve no larger
than the finest silken thread takes
from tho heart its impulse, its pow-
er, its regularity. The stomach also
has its hidden, or inside nerve. It
was Dr. Shoop who first told us It
was wrong to drug a weak or failing
stomach, heart or kidneys. His pre
scription Dr. Shoop's Restorative
Is directed for the cause of these
ailments these weak and faltering
inside nerves. This, no doubt, 'clear,
ly. explains why the Restorative has
of late grown so rapidly ln popular
ity. Druggists say that those who
test the Restorative even for a few
of Its wonderful merit. Anyway,
don't druK the.ors:an. Treatlnc the
cause of sickness Is tho nnlv so'nalho
ond successful way.
tal Drug Store.
Sold by Capl-
FREE DISMES WITH v
'You Can Have -.
Insured Clothes ,
'THAT'S the land we offer
A you in Clothcraft. With each
Clothcraft garment goes an insurance policy in
the form of a signed guarantee by the maker.
And we stand back of it, too.
All-Wool Clothes $10to$25
Don't decide on your spring clothes until you learn the facts about Clothcralt.
ii i J
Whether I do wrong or right 1
will have helpers In the one in
stance to hinder, and in, the other,
to aid me.
The Rood alone survives, for ev
erythlng adjusts itself sometime. Wo
inherit tho, good not tho evil that
A Swollen Jaw
Is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
it is caused by neuralgia, toothache or
accident, Balldrd's Snow Liniment
will reduce the swelling and relieve
the pain. .The great and sure cure
for rheumatism, 'cuts, burns, scalds
any and all aches and pains'. Sold
by all dealers. .
wfrHfrfre-fra-f let g 1 9 1 a i i oi o i a i
NEW SPRING SHOES f
For ladles, men and children have arrived. $
115 N. Liberty
means that your Clothcraft
Suit .must hold its style
that it is strictly pu.w wool that
the coat front won't break that
the collar and lapel won't sag or
pucker. Think what this means
Yet Clothcraft Clpthes xost
no mote than ordinary clothe which never
could iUnd such backing. . . .'
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received until
March 26, 1910, by tho undersigned
for the erection and completion, also
sub bids, for a brick hotel. Plans
may be seen at the office of Chas. H.
C. A. VANDRAN,
Coughs that start ln the fall and
hang on until spring are sure trouble
breeders unless checked and curod.
Bronchitis, pneumonia and consump
tion are the direct result. Foley'o
Honey and Tar cures the cough, stops
the hard breathing and heals and
soothes the inflamed air passages.
Refuse substitutes. J. C. Perry.
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