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TL'ESDAY. AFRIL 10, 1917. .
Tomorrow's Big Special Sale
Boys' Hatch "One
Suits at 48c a Suit
A Spring and Summer
weight in the widely ad
vertised o n e b u tton
model, fine r i bbed
bleached cotton; special
Wednesdn 65C a
Free Butterick Patterns
The Coming Week
We will give free any 10c or 15c
liutterick Pattern with all pur
chases of dress suit, waist or
sfcirt fabrics amounting to $1.00
or over. A 20c Butterick Pattern
free with all purchases of fub
rics amounting to $2.00 or more.
Pick your pattern here free for
that new garment you're plan
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PJTTiHIU'RGOlRL ENC. AG KB TO WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT, 21)-Miss
Marguerite 'Teuiplo O'Neill, whose
I ideiit I al t uns lust tieen announi'Oit
k;j MVS. "Joseph A. O'Xi-ill nnd Mr. Taft
:-: --PERSONALS ;.Vx
' vDr. K l'j..Fj-"her and son went to Port
ii'iiJiL' this' morning. ,'
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vim in the city yesterday-
Jos. 1, Mickajson, of Fulls City, was;
a smiert; visitor Mommy.
C. A.i Pari: wit's in Portland yester
day registered at the Seward.
. !j. H. Baker, of the Barnes stove, is in
Portland, today, attending Jo business
affairs. - ..
W. K. Simon and family, of, Lyons, j
are in the city und will ninke. Snlem
their home. '
Geurp Kuov.iaud, of F'""tUind, aS-
jociaUid with tho Mutual Lite Insur
ance company, is in tho city ou com
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Duvies will liave!""" V "KOi, " ;. v 1
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of Van Wert, Ohio. He will assist thein !
in' their confectionary store on South alc ' or Aumsmo.
Coinmoreial street. I '
Private Swales, who has been in I T,, Summit School, located on -the
charge of the recruiting office for the ' 80,h wtst ' Turner, with Miss
past few weeks, has been assigned to!"1"1" Schilferer as teacher, held a
the Albany office where he has been
placed in charge
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Why the Journal Is popular
It prints the world's news to-
day while it's news.
"Salem's Best Shopping Place"
No. 842 Wednesday Surprise
Women's Dainty Spring and Summer
Waists 98c each
Here are unusually attractive, inexpensive Waist- ia
colored dot and fancy self stripe pattern pretty collars
in new large style. White Waists with various colored
dota and also plain colors in self stripes with white col
lar; canary, apricot, pink, nile, blue, are QCj pofTl
Mine of the colors in lot. On stflc tomorrow IOC LatU
(Sale starts at 8:30. See the Display.
6. 00 Pure
Suits at 85c
Here's just the Union
Suit for Spring and
Hummer wear, fine elas
tic weave, ecru color
and real underwear at
$3.98 a Dozen
Here are the finest
kind of pure, imported
linen Napkins, brought
from Belfast; various
patterns. We are clos
ing thorn out $6.00 qual
$3.98 a Doz.
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COURT HOUSE NEWS
Russians who take' out natuialina-
tion papers to become citizens of the
t niteu (states are
not veipiiied to 10'
; nOUltce lllleiilllH'e to (Vnr Xichnlnu unv
more but to "The Present Government
of Hussia," whatever it limy be. This
statement of renouncing allegiance is
to be used in granting- papers to Hus
sians until further advice from the
commissioner of naturalization, U. K.
Campbell. The notice was received by
County Clerk Hover today.
Marriage licenses issued by the conn
I ty clerk are as follows: Everett B.
Theobald, a farmer of Silverton, and
I Mary E. Mathesou,. also of Silverton;
Wilfred Hatcher, a farmer of Hubbard,
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and vtuiarci n. inn mm, in mo rood
',!lsir!i.8 ?uctta .Yista'
box social last week and netted the
sum of iflfi.15, which will be used for
improving the school. Specifically tho
money will be spent on a cupboard in
which to place tho dishes used in serv
ing tho hot lunches giveu there. Win
dow shades will also bo purchased out
of the sum rtiised.
A Sale of Women's
This salo should -interest
every woman in Salem;
light medium and dark
patterns in stripes and
figures, belt model, but
tons at back, be sure to
Wednesday 49c Each
. M r
do better at
Kenorr"fr. lw. VW B,.1.Al .'
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box soe.al was held and the sum ot
fuO.40 raised. H. H. Jhikseu is the
teacher. The money will be spent in
improving the school.
With one bidder in sight, Deputy V.
S. Marshal Becker, of Portland, con
ducted a sale of laud on the west steps
of the court house this morning. Ho
brought the bidder with him from
Portland in the person of Mr. Clark,
who represented plaintiffs in a case in
volving land in 1ane, Coos, and Marion
counties. As the greater portion of the
land was in Marion county, the sale
was held hero.
.Sheriff Needliam turned over to the
County treasurer this morning the sum
of $HI4,3rr.J7 us taxes. Of this sum
Salem receives $17,1)39.23 and Wood
burn $l,r18.()4. School district No. 24,
the Salem schools, receive $8,6o5.41 of
Judgment is asked by the Bank of
Woodburn ngninst J. K. Stewart, et al.,
on a promissory note in the sum of
$1375 loaned on April 21, 1915. Of this
sum $375 has been paid and $1000 re
Alleging that ho signed a contract
with i' V. Settlemier, proprietor of
the Woodburn Nurseries, for the deliv
ery of U3S Phillips Cling peach trees,
and thnt he received OS trees, planted
them, nnd thnt last year when they
produced fruit discovered only 25 were
of the kind he contracted for, W. J.
Gray, of Yuba City, California, has
filed a complaint against Mr. Settle
mier for damages in the sum of $2700.
On account of the fact that the con
tract for 'furiiishiutf a car load of
prunes by Powers & Son to the Eagle
Grocery .company was verbal and lie
cause failure to deliver the prunes was
due to what is termed an act of
providence, the .jury in tho case -of the
Eagle. Grocery company against Powers
& Son for if lOO damages for breach of
contract retimed a verdict late yester
day afternoon in favor of defendant.
A five reel film, "From the Manger
to the Cross," portraying the lifo of
Christ, will be shown Sunday evening at
the First t'ougiv-gmioiuil church. The
film, includes about SO.000 photographs
and required inure than eight mouths
in preparation. The works of the great
est painters Were consulted i portray
ing this piJnno. i no t immure used in
the films was made to resemble those
Used in ' tho -time of Christ nnd the
costuming is faithful to that of the first
Christian ernw Nearly a mile of film
will be thrown on the screen. This is
in every way tho most interesting film
ever shown in the church.
ALINE -To Mr. and Mrs. Francis E.
Aline, at the home, 175 North Twen
ty fourth street, Sunday, April 8,
1917, a daughter.
Sho lias been named Donna Esther.
DUDLEY To Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dud
ley, at the Salem hospital, Sunday,
April S, 1917, a son.
A 600 Candle Power S6.50
S fcrwtfrt Ijtnp v!tt iww offered
,.''. M t!'l HkJ or hanging Uu!
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Conpkte with pumu, afcade, mantles torch.
SEE MY LAMPS FIRST
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rJ All Arnimri Irtwni
April 10. Justice Lawrence T.
Harris address before Six
o'clock Club at First Metho
April 13. Vietor concert at
public library, Madams But
terfly. April 14. Marion County Odd
May 4. Willamette university
annual concert at arniorv.
Hans Meyer, who was one of the
champion clarionet players in the Sa
lem military band last summer, is now
in Butte, Montana, and following the
music game, according to lotters re
tetved here recently by friends.
Sr. D. X. Eeechler, dentist, located
3-4 mile north of the fair grounds, Port
land road. Owing to no office expense
prices reasonable. 3-21
The river today is 12.2 feet above the
low water mark. There has been 1.41
inches of rain for the first third of
April and tbo range of temperature yes
terday was from 50 to 42.
Call Patton Plumbing Co., S55 Che-
meketa. Phone 1906. Try us on repair
The funeral of Mrs. Caroline O.
Schultz who died Sunday will be held
Wednesday afternoon at the German
Evangelical church, corner of Liberty
and Center streets. The hour is 2 o'clock
and tho services will bo conducted by
the Kev. H. E. Able.
During dull season suits pressed 50c.
Cleaned and pressed $1.00. Modern
Cleaners, Phone 360. 463 Court street.
The state highway commission, after
'S ieoii Hi inu Slate nouse tills
iiiurning at which an engineer was
named, went out this afternoon on a
tour of inspPction of the roaita in this
vi,.;,;t ti. n,.,mi;..
scheduled to go to Silvcrton and Wood-
ivlany an hours' comfort in a good
pair of glasses if fitted by Gardner &
Plans and rpecificatious for the new
electric, building, to be erected by
Steuslot'f Brothers are now in the hnnds
of tho contractors. All proposals must
lit aki mi Suk Mi m H i i
im rii iftfl it "r f4 A
tit alUI il. M iM
be submitted to the architect, George
M. Post, by Saturday afternoon of this
week. The building was planned for
and will be occupied by the Portland
Bailway, Light k Power company.
Give yonr eye9 the attention they
deserve. Consult us firt. No time like
the present. So place as reasonable
as ours. Gardner & Keene.
An appropriation of $50 was voted by
the directors of the Commercial club to
aid in maintaining the annual shoot of
the Oregon Rod and Gun club associa
tion, which will be held in this city
May 6, 7 and 8. Cash prizes will be of
fered 'for tho shoot and a large attend
tnce is expected from Albany and
Have you tried that Roman Meal
Bread? Any grocer in town can get. it
for you. Made by Cherry City Baking
Co. A home industry.
Just at this time of year when the
average high school graduate and also
others who are ncaring the limit of
their schooling are wondering what they
arc good for, the public library has se
cured a 10 volume library on "Library
on Vocations." These are to aid the
young generation in selecting a life's
Dr. Stone's Drug Store makes
delivery. Phone 35.
The army recruiting station on State
street is a pretty busy ilace now-a-davs.
Yesterday the iollowmg enlisted and
will leave in a day or so: Keith Into,
20, of Salem, going into the aviation;
William Ohler, 19, aviation; Fred A.
Derranleau, 20, of Albany, infantrv;
Merrill D. Ohling, 20, Willamette stu
dent from Albany, medical corps:
Frederick B. Mack, 18, a Stayton high
school student, infantry
office sent away six men, examined 12
and interviewed 30.
Donald W. Miles, lawyer, has taoved
his office to room 503 Salem Bank of
Commerce blilg. Phone 370. 4-Ki
The Salem public library will give
two more entertainments in the audi
torium of the library before the close
of tho season. The next will be Fri
day evening of this week with Madam
Butterfly on the Yictrola, The Inst
number will be an address on "Homes
of English Poets," by Mis. Lulu B.
Sheldon, Friday evening of April 27.
Mrs. Sheldon has visited the homes of
many of the English poets and her ad
dress will to a certain extent include
her personal experiences abroad.
Our 35c Value of
20c pkg. of Thomson's
It Pays to
ON HIGH STREET, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
WE DO NOT QUOTE PRICES OVER THE TELEPHONE
SHOES, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, NOTIONS, DRUGS,
' TINWARE AND GROCERIES
JaHk ih tWI HA (MB tWltk at
Bring in your hog Thursday April i
12. fl.l.GS per cwt. and fiw in market; j
oa account of scarcity of livestock Ii
will not ship Kin for at least two
evks. V. W. Evre, Phone 220o.L 4-11 j
War conditions will soon he felt by :
the retail houses in the city. One dry-
goods house has received several in
voices with the following stamped:
"We reserve the right to cancel any un
filled portions of this order if owing to
them." All of which means that the
merchant may order or the traveling
salesman mav take orders, but if thcl
war conditions interfere, the wholesale
house reserves the right not to ship.
The Cherry City Home Eestaurant.
1 S. High announces that beginning
Sunday April 15 the price of uieuls 'll
be 30 cents instead of 25 cents. The
advance in the price of food makes
this slight raise absolutely necessary.
Mr. Edwards takes this opportunity to
thank the public fof their liberal pat
ronage and assures them that the same
satisfactory service and quality of
goods will be maintained. 4-11
The visit of Prof" H. P. Barss, plant
pathologist ot the O. A. C, has been
delayed several days ou account of the
unusual weather conditions. As soon
as real spring weather arrives. Prof.
Barss will begin his dry spraying ex
periments at the asylum orchard, and
bis other experiments on tracts pecu
liarly adapted to the work. But until
winter weather leaves for the north,
there will be nothing doing in the way
This is not written to throw a scare
into any one, but the solemn sad fact is
that the government will have to f ind
snm means in the wav of additional
taxes to raise the five billion dollars
for the war and thnt one of the first
probable victims will be sugar. Fasten:
wholesale houses anticipate a duty on
sugar and all the inside information is
to the effect that about one cent a
pound will be added to the present
price. That will mean 10 cent, sugar for
the best, the highest since the Civil
The Salem chapter of the Sons of the
American Revolution will celebrate the
I anniversary of the Buttle of Lexington
and Concord at the Masonic temple,
Thursday evening, April l'J. The event
is to be' in the way of a reception to
Justice Wallace McCainant, president of
the Oregon society- 'the meeting will
be patriotic throughout with addresses
by President McCainant and Mrs. Isaac
Lee Patterson, state regent of Uic
Daughters of the American devolution.
Invitations have been sent to nil mem
bers of the society in Oregon and nlso
to members of the Willamette chapter,
Daughters of the American Revolution.
The committee having the event in
charge is composed of F. S. Gannett,
clmirmnn; George M. Post, Ruben R.
Bosie, J. D. Hnrtwell and Rollin K.
TRY JODHNAL WANT .ADS
Sunmade Seedless Raisins
Honsehold -Furniture. Woodry
Greer, the auctioneers, will
pay highest cash prices for tain.
Phones Sll and 221.
Used Furniture Wanted
Highest cash prices paid for
used rurniture. w
E L STLTF ft SON,
Phone 841 or 508. -
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KINGSTON STAGE HEADQUARTERS
Marlon Hotel, Phone 2010
5 and 7 Passenger Enclosed Can.
sjc jc jfc 3c )c sc sjc sjc sjc sfc s)c sc
' DR. C. H. SCHENK
202 to 206 Masonic Temple
" Thono 11S2.
Hours 9 to 57 to 9
General Debility und Nervous
ness their is nothing better
than massage or electric treat
nieifls. DR. EVA MURPHY
381 Stiite St. Phone 7 t!J