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(Tbc 3oilaiiial Journal
THURSDAY, FEB. 15, 1917.
I Unusal Off rina nt Mp-vpra fnr Th 11 r sclav. X
X IT IS TRUE ECONOMY
J PRUDENT SHOPPERS
Daisy Outing Flannel
The best quality, Selling
in some stores at 20c a
J yard. Three day sale
! Price 12c a Yard
Best Crochet Thread
J Fine mercerized, soft and
hard twist, good assort
ment of colors. Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, 3
balls for 5c
A Sale of Middy Blouses
Regulation style, good
t quality, heavy twill and
linine, all white and blue
t collars; a good grade at
J $1.25. Thursday, Friday,
and Saturday ..79c Each
I You Can Always
: Do Better at Meyers
Wheat Market Shows
Strong Undertone Today
Chicago, I'Vb. 15. Wheat hud
Mrong undertone today. A "break fol-
, , , , . , , i
lowed ihi- Mart, hut n good commission
house demand developed. May opened
down 7 H, but subsequently guined I
3-8 to $1.71! :t S. .July opened down B-S,
Inter gaining 7-8 to $1.47 ii-S. Septem
ber opened down 5-H but guined go
ing to I.M7 .Is.
Com started witii a "eel, undertone,
hot strengthened with wheat. May
opened down 3-8 then gained 1 to
1.04'i. July opened down ',, later
mining 7-K to iW .'t-4.
Oats displayed tenipory flnnnen in
first trades, but prices eased, then fob
Every Saturday 1:30 P. M.
341 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET
We are receiving several consignments of medium
and high grade furniture for our sale next Saturday
and you cannot afford to miss this sale if you are in
need of furnishings of any kind. The list includes
almost everything necessary for modern housekeeping.
Utensils & Dishes
Everything put up goes strictly to the highest
bidder and is a bonafide sale, as we hire no pei-son
to bid in furniture that does not bring in high
Dealers have attended our sales and remarked
that they were able to buy for less than wholesale
This is certainly the place to get furnishings for
that extra room or even the whole house.
E. L. STIFF & SON
EVERY SATURDAY AT 1:30 P. M.
Free Souvenirs for the Ladies. 341 N. Commercial
Cash for Used Furniture
Don't ever sell your furniture
price, in cash or trade, or if you
price to let us diapoao of it by
l L STIFF & SON
- "'-" w-w . w
Friday and Saturday
TO PURCHASE FROM
WILL READILY REC OGNIZE THE OPPORTUNITY
TO SAVE MONEY
PAYS TO RAED OUR ADS
.23-Inch Imported .
Pongee Silks 43c Yard
Here are new Pongees in
an unusual offering, just
the fabric for spring and
summer. Sale price Thurs
day, Friday and Satur
day 43c a Yard
Carlson & Currier and
Spool Silk, Black and
Thursday, Frrday and
Saturday .... gc a Spool
Queen Outing Flannel
Light, medium and dark
colorings in desirable pat
terns, pinks, blues, etc., in
neat stripes. A good value
at 15c a yard. Our price
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday 12c a Yard
SALEM'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
I lowed the othor grains. May opened tan
1 changed, then gained l to fu 7-s-, July
opened down I S, later gaining 3-8 to
' Provisions ruled iinctianued and sell-
ling was only fair.' I'nfavorable shipping
;nW" "' v'"' ,0 e" uepreiw-
IUg Oil Cct .
, m ,
Washington "Bone" Dry
Unless Law Is Referred
Olynipia, Wash., Feb. fl
of Washington will go bom
unless 80,000 or more voter
Iry June 10
The measure whieh abolishes importa
tion of liquor on auditors' permits puss
ed the senate yesterday afternoon. An
And dozens of articles
too numerous to
without seeing us as we pay highest
prefer will give you a still higher
auctiou on the premises.
404 Court St. Phone 841
3 Busy Stores. 341 39 N. Commercial
- - - ' J 7 t
Women's Outing or Auto I
Gloves of Kid Leather
These are excellent qual- t
lty and sell at $1.75. If
we have your size, you tj
1 j 1 mi i 1
can Duy tnem inursaay,
Friday and Saturday
a $1.29 a pair jj
A Three Day Sale of I
8-incnes wide and in f
plaid and check patterns.
Take your choice of the
lot Thursday, Friday and 1
Saturday . . . . 4gc a Yard
6 to 14 years, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, a
large assortment' of pat
terns, light and medium
colors 39c Each
amendment to refer it to the people
was overwhelmingly defeated.
Governor Lister will sign the bill.
Only three senators voted against
the bone dry measure. .Senator Karsh
ner tried to amend the bill by striking
out I lie clause whieh permits priests,
ministers and rabbis to import liquor
for sacramental purposes.
The amendment was voted down,
friends of the bill were afraid to lisli
lending it bach to the house.
San Francisco's Underworld
Accepts Defeat Quietly
Wan Franciseo, Peb. 18. "Sail Pran
eisco's underworld today aeeepted de
Hysteria and excitement which came
wi'li the closing of the '"Marbary
Coasl " has passed and one of the
World's most notorious vice spots to
day was as quiet as the morgue which
The underworld women have dropped
quietly from sight. Not one took nd
vnutago of the offer of financial aid
and other assistance which social work
ers made. Hcv. Paul Smith, whose vice
crusade sounded the death knell of the
"Barbery Coast." said today that not
only did the women decline to seek aid
but they had laughed at social workers
who offered such aid.
Tin I nana and the border will get
many of them, it is said.
Before leaving for California yester
day, A. N. Bush placed with the city
recorder the deed to the city for the
Bush pasture- The city recorder will
present it to the city council next Mon
day evening for acceptance, after wliten
it will be recorded. The tract is to be
officially known as "Bush's pasture '.
One of the provisions of the deed is
that it shall remain in its present state
during the life time of Miss Sally
Bush. The tract contains 5" acres locat
ed in the hettrt of the city and is declar
ed bv mnnv to be one of the finest
park siles in the valley.
The first annual reunion and roll call
of the Baptist church was held this aft
j eruoon and w ill close this evening with
lun address by the past at, the Rev.
' Qaorge V. Holt, outlining the work of
! the church for the coming year. The
I services opened this afternoon at -i
jo'ekyk with a devotional program, ful-
lowed by a roll call. As names are call
i ed, each member will be called on for
a short response. A social hour and
lunch will follow the afternoon roll
I call and exercises. After the lunch.
the evening services will open with a
i praise service for which special music
has been prepared by Mrs. r. P. Harlan
and a quartette composed of Theodore
and John Koth and Johu and Fred
Broer. After the eveniug roll call, an
address will be delivered by the pastor.
So far, about 60 of the unmarried
men of the Klk lodge have been rounded
up for the home made dinner that the
married men of the lodge will tender to
the unmarried members on the evening
of Thursday, February 22, just in the
way of observing Washington's birth
day. This number includes a few of
! the charter members who have managed
I to get along without the comforts of a
home to the younger members of the
i herd who have just passed the age (M
1 21 years. After the dinner all mom
l hers of the lodge will meet at the Klk
temple for a Washington birthday pro
TRY JOURNAL WANT .ADS
All Around Town!
February 20. Anniversary ob
servanee of Knights of Pyth
ias and Pythian Sisters.
February 20. Anuiversary ob
of the American Revolution.
Address bv Rollin K. Page.
February 22. Company .1 jit-
ney dance at armory.
February 2.'t. Dean Morton, of
I'niversity of Oregon, at pub-
lie library, "Opportunities of
Business. ' '
February 23, 24. 25 Western
if Oregon Christian Endeavor
convention, First Christian
. . .
"It pays to trade wfcere things are
J II mL T ii . :lll llll- Ul lllll l7IIIIH---'n III H' I " I UII Ill.-M
rSalenT " made!25 years, reports that there is an un-
u huh I HemHinl among tht farmers for all
I, I lillS HI M'fU- I HIS rII -HI. HIM' M.JS
C. T. Doty fish. Pnone 2125. 121 S.!th(, farmers are mo',,, careful in Mleet
0IIU ing clean seed and of a better yrnde.
The many friends of Mrs. Margaret
H. Fursman will be grieved to know! t
that she passed away in Seattle January
31, at the age of SSt years. She was a
resulent oi Salem tor many years.
C. T. Doty fish. Phone 2125. 121 S.
Big dance at Ryan's hall, Saturday;
eve I'Vb. 17. Everybody come. 8-15
The river has fallen one foot during j
the past two days and the gauge reads j
today 5.7 feet above the low water :
mark. The ramie of teniuerature is varv-!
ing bul little so far this month, with
a range yestenluy of from 10 to 36.
Will "A Salem friend" who conir
municated with Doctor P. please send
Auction inside of building, out of the I
rain. 341 X. Com 'I every Saturday at
h30 p. m. Free souvenirs for the la-
The Rer. H. N Aldrlchs and Luther
3. Chapin went to Woodland yesterday
to atteud a special meeting of the men
interested in the dairy business. E. B.
Pitts, of the O. A. C, delivered aiv ad
dress on "Feeding of Dairy Cows. '
C. T. Doty fish. Phone 2125. 121 S.
Best hogs $11.50 or better. Q. W.
Eyre. Phone 2206M. tf
Guyer it Pfreim, of 246 State street.
are now local agents for the Paige
sometimes called the most beautiful cat
in America- Wi S. Barnes, the sales man
ager for Oregon, promises a big cam
paign in the way of placing the Paige
car this season.
C. T. Doty, oysters. Phone 2125. 121
"Promptness and neatness In watch ; 0
repairing." Ponieroy and Wallace, 125! C. T. Doty, chiG'.-ens. Phone 2125. 121
Commercial. I tf I s. Com.
George Shaw, president of the Marion ; a chimney fire was the cause of a fire
County Poultry association, announces j department run last night , at ii:10. The
that the annual show for next year Willi blaze was at the residence of W. H. By
be held beginning January 18, 1918. It era, of 835 North Commercial street
is possible that it will be held at thej 0
same time as the Marion county corn ; Buy Everwear, the nationally adver
RhOWi jtised hosiery of Ward K. Kichardson,
o 2395 Front.
Willamette Encampment No. 2, T. O. o
O. F., will hold its regular meeting CARD OF THANKS
Tuesday evening Feb. 13. Special enter-
tainment. Chief Patriarch. 2-18
Dr. D. X. Beechler. dentist, located -
3-4 mile north of the fair grounds, Port :
land road. Owing to no office expense:
nrices reasonable. 1-21 1
At the meeting of the Maccabees last,
BnAHlnn ;., ,!,, 1. ..!.... , ,i it Mi.- i 1. i I i
. ,r-r. , . w , , i,
building, an address was given by Mrs.
Aydelotte, of Oakland. Cal., deputy su -
picnic commander of the woman's lien
el'ii association of the lodge. After the
regular business session and degree
work, lunch was served.
25c will buy a gooa square meal serv
ed family style at George Bros. Res
taurant. 2G2 State St., two doors west
of Com'l St. tf
Dr. F. H. Thompson, 416 Bank of
Commerce. Practice limited to diseases
of eye. ear, nose and throat, and gener
al surgery. tf
When it comes tq the open discussion
of various ipiestior.s, we are progress
ing. At Willamette university tonight
in Waller hall, at the annual Keyes
oratorical contest, one of the contest
ants has taken for his subject, "The
Double Standard of Morals."
C. T. Doty, oysters. Phone 2125. 121
Furnlsh your home by attending E.
L Stiff & Son's auction ales, Saturday
at 1:30 p. m 341' N. Com'l. Free souve-
nirs for the ladies
The up-to-date billiard parlor of J. M.
Sehou A Co. announce the opening of
an amateur billiard tournament, com
meucing this evening and lasting for
eight or 10 days. Among those who
will take part are Mike Miller. Ray
Tilsins, Byron NoUd. Q. M. Watson,
Chns D. Brown and Berrel Rexford.
Auction of furniture, E. L. Stiff ft
Son's auction house. 341 N. Com'l ev
ery Saturday at 1:30 p. m. Free souve
nirs for the ladies.
Have you seen the new Hudson hi -
cycle Watt ijhipp Co.
Thieves entered tha high school dress-
ing room last night and made away w ith ' Has anyone any Information concern
several jerseys and other athletic goods. ; ing the death of Gaines Fisher? Aceord
Kntrance was gained through a window. ; ing to a letter received by City Record
Kvidenee seems to show that the theft jer Race, from J. C. Hoover, of Liucoln.
had been planned n the window is
thought to have been unlocked by some
one. From time to time there has been
petty thieving and efforts will now be
made to stop it.
C. T. Doty, oysters. Phone 2125. 121
John Shipp. a taxi cab driver, was ar-
I rested this morning, charged w ith eut
iting corners. He will be arraigned this
,afternoou before Police Judge Race.
I Ford tires Blackstone $10.10 and
U.20, guaranteed SSM miles. Watt
j Bhlpp Co.
The indications are that an acreage
larger than ever in the history of the I
! county will be planted this spring la
; oats, wheat, clover, timothy and pus-1
. ., 1 i Imt. 'i. . i. i
iiurcirnisst - s, ir. ,. ii i n-, wimi ims niin.
,,r .... .... ,. ,, l
C. T. Doty, chietons. Ph,,ne 2125. 121
H. Keppler and family, oi Naravisa,
New Mexii-n. arrived In the city today
un. I will MiA'p their lionw in folk eoujl-
.,i., h., ;i., ,.,,, k. ,.;tv Hu
; heard of the Willamette valley through
If Heads living at (iervais.
Automobile gloves and robes acces-
sories of all kinds. Watt Shipp Co.
Elaborate preparations are being
made by members of Company 'M 'for
their hie military ball which will be.
given on the evening of February 22 j
m honor ot Oeorge Washington's birth-1
.nay. line eoiummee in enarge is com
posed of Sergeant H. F. Mclnturff and
Privates Malcolm Gilbert and Williams,
This committee promises that the
George Washington dance will be a first
C. T. Doty, chic'ciens. Phone 2125. 121
"The Bird of Paradise" brought out
a capacity house last evening at the
opera house. The general opinion is
that it ii one ot the best plays that
ever came to Salem. The cast was sal
isfactory from every standpoint and the
same may be said of the support.
Biggest and best auction of furniture
In town 341 N. Com 'I Saturdays. 1:30
p. in. free souvenirs for the ladies.
The Imperial Valley of southern Cali
fornia is now calling for the Indiana
silo manufactured by 1h"e Npaulding
Logging company. Within a few days
three carloads of silos will be shipped
to El Centrp and Calexico for distribu
tion among the farmers' in that country
who live below the sen level and who
raise two crops every year. The In
diana silos are now being delivered to
all points on the Pacific coast from the
I Canadian to the Mexican border.
j We desire to thank the friends
1 neighbors and especially the member
W. H. C. who assisted us during
the illness and burial of our belov
mother. Sarah A. Fisher,
. P . .
You are foolish to leave Salem, W
if you must go, K. 1.. Stiff v Son wi
- mil- ...... t I.. 1. uli.wi l,..-i.c fill- vnilV
ii"-',. " , ' 1 ... - -
goods, cash On the spot or will auction
jit on the premises and give you a cash
Members of the Salem Rifle club :
shooting in the national inter-club gnl-
lery competition tor 1817, made about!.
average scores last evening, the fivoi . . . ... c,- , 4 4 t I
, . . ,. .. ... .! ,. , on state street. She was 81 years old tttt.t,,ttt
high scores out ot the 10 beinu as fol- , , . , ... . mi 1 ' "
lows: Whorlev, 1711; Mapes. U: Doe, !'ml h"fl, Y'N o I rt tL' , " '
173) Day, tW; &tllen, ud. These scoA!fc h,,sbattd- ( -K f"1"- sons and two daughters. H. IX and Wil
"''.. ' ., , ., , . . died 12 vears ago. She is survived bv : ,. n t 1 . ir- T r m -r-,
are out ot a possible 200. shooting a a .laughters, nine grandchildren and:1""11 LamloU; M,s' hm" B' TT
bulls eve one inch in diameter a ldLZ K,eat-grandchiTdrt1i. Two of her and Mrs. Lena Waters Perlich. Kleven
tanee of 78 feet, the target ntte is or ttji0M art, residents of Salem, Rov 1 grandchildren and four great-grandchil-the
regulation army weight ol eight ar jj, . B. C . Btttton. ' Idren also survive. He had made his
l"iuuds' 0 home in 8alem since 1893.
An interesting feature of the auc-' Tthe od housekeeper wiU pay 25 Funeral arrangements are in car, ,
Hon. at K. 1.. Stiff & Son's auction T,"s f hundred more for sugar today the Terw.lliger parlors, luneral an
, '. -ii v 1 - -i ;. ,1,.,, ., 1 ro than slu did yesterday and the chances ; nouncenients have niit as yi't been niade.
'.. .. .. , . . Tj ate good tor another 2a cents advance.
ouantitv ot new furniture of gooil . . . . , - .
i-. t .1. . ...,11 This brings the regularlv quoted price
(Mia i v is put 1111 tor sale )is well as 1 e ! UM t , '
use I oods 1 s,1Sar ,0 a hundred tor cane
' ' jnnd $7.S5 for beet sugar. This figure
CARD OF THANKS I 's l1"4' cents a hundred higher than
We wish in this manner to extend ; J ago today The highest price
our sincere thanks to all friends who!!'"1 tor sugar in 1!K. was on July
., , 1 .,,. 1 :,,.it,. .,, ,i,,rin.T ! when the quotation was !.!(i a hun-
! the sickness and following the death
..1' .mi. I1.1ls.11.1l tiiwliin.l nnil In-other.
Ms., Miss 'ii..s fat the solos so beauti
fuUv rendered, as well as thc friends,
for their lovely flowers.
MKS. WILLIAM 1). K1NC
JOHN W. KING,
CRANK 6. K1NC.
T. RALPH KINO,
JF.RRY P. KINO,
GEORGE A. KING.
Beginning next Wednesday evening, '
there will be regular weekly drills for!
the Cherrians. This boosting organiza
tion is planning big things for this com
ing summer and an effort will be made
to line up all the Cherrians at the week
ly drill. Auvhow, a record will be kept
lot those who are interested enough in
I the welfare of the organization to at-
s iciui arms.
I MAMMOTH AUCTION SALE
"At the People's Quick Ex
change Auction Market"
Cor. Ferry and S. Commercial St., opposite the
ON SATURDAY, FEB. 17. at 10 a m. and 1:30 p. m.
At 10 a. m., consisting of 3 good fresh cows,
horses, wagons, farm machinery, harness, wagons,
spring wagons surreys and small tools including
one 600 lb. platform scale good as new, 1 ball bear
ing grind stone, one 14-inch breaking plow, 1
double stove cultivator, one 5-shovel cultivator,
one 2-section iron harrow, 1 post hole digger,
saws of all kinds, forks, spades, shovels, vise,
wrenches and many other things; J. S. Johnson,
At 1:30 P. M., Household Goods, consisting of a
number of beds, springs and mattresses, sanitary
cot, good lounge, extension tables, kitchen tables,
kitchen cabinets, 2 good dressers, : good 4-hole
cook stoves, heaters, rugs, dining chairs, rocking
chairs, kitchen chairs, cupboard, kitchen utensils
and dishes, 1 good 4-hole range, 1 fumed oak
library table, and many other things.
Everybody welcomed, ladies especially invited;
the only place you can buy at your own prices.
. F. N. WOODRY, Auctioneer, phone 511
Not connected with
ic )jc sfc s(s fi
J. 1). Hughes is in the city from
Harry Jacobs, of Powell Kiver. B. '.,
is in the city
Richard Walker, of Turner, was a Br.
lent visitor yesterday.
Sherman Swank of Aomsville, was in
the city yesterday.
George W, Hug. of Mc.Minnville, was
in the city Wednesday.
ilrs. Anna Bittick, of WoOdburn was
a Salem, visitor yesterday.
G. H. Kordeu. of Mosier. Ore., is in
the city registered at the Bligh.
J. Ot. French uts in Portland yeiter
day registered at the Multnomah.
J. V. Sherwood, state commander of
the Maccabees, is in the city. His home
is in Portland.
A. A. I'nderhill, manager of the
Townseuil creamery, was in PoriluuG
yesterday on business.
K. ('. Smith, district deputy of the
Maccabees, of Albany, is in the city to
remain for several days.
L. M. Thomas, of Portland, is in the
city. He is district manager of the
Knights and Ladies of Security.
-Mrs. Ada Wallace Unruh, a member
of the legislative committee of the W
C. T. I'., returned yesterday to her home
in Portland. She has been in Salem for
the past five weeks.
Mrs. Sarah A. Richardson, of Klls
worth, left for her home yesterday.
ISince the first of the year she has
been visiting at the home of her son,
Kay F. Richardson:
W. W. Zinn, who formerly owned a
confectionary store on South Commer
cial street, is home from Astoria and
ha decided not to iro into business in
lndthat city. He says it is a good bnsi-
town but there are too ntanv Vinos.
gwedeg and Norwegians.
I Illinois, the proof of his death is de
I sired. It is stated that he was engaged
in the livery business at the lime of his
death, which occurred October 8, 1892.
Mr. Kace said that as no vital statistics
- were kept at that time in the citv ot re
j, he coulJ uot give thc information
. - -
Mrs. Hannah Louise Colwell, who died
yesterday morning, had been a resident
111 I'ail HI 1111 111!" llll.si 1 JVCIl-s, llllll UUI
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- i The big snows in Montana are re
sponsible for the advance in thr retail
i price of eggs of five cents n dozen. Th
prosperity in the mining towns of the
j state also have something to do w ith it.
Kggs are scarce in that state as the
1 ground has been covered with snow for
i several months and Oregon has been
(called on to supply the demand. Hence
ithe prices stiffened in Portland, the
same thing happened here and eggs are
selling five cents a dozen higher than
thev were the first ol tne week.
LANDON At the home of his son. at
1472 Fourteenth street. February
1SU. .loon Wilson Ijimton, 111 his wtn
his wife he is survived bv two
any Secondhand Store
Household Furniture. Woodry
the Auctioneer will pay highcot
cash price for same. Phone 511.
hje $ $ $ $ ; 'f
Clean, Fresh, Airy Rooms
(Formerly Hotel Keith)
4o9 State St.
Rooms 50c to $1.00 a Day
Special Kates bv the Week
MRS. M. M. LAY, Proprietor
si: tic sic s:
POLK COUNTY SERVICE
Quick, safe and a comfortable
Taxi -Laum-h line. Modern pas
senger boat at our command day
and .night. Permanent Taxi
passenger service to all points
on the West Side via our new
stand at West Salem depot.
Phone TOO, same as city call.
i Oregon Taxi Co.
has put on a night service with
a prominent stand at the
Phone 2010 or 13
for Results -that's
what our little Want
Ads are doing for
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