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WOMEN'S' WOMEN'S ' 60c WHITE TURKISH
MUSLIN ' CORSET BRASSIES D.TOTnwnr
DRAWERS' COVERS of MlHlUWtLa
Well Made Trimmed with - -. , : . 20x41, Now
Neatly Trimmed Lace or Embr'd'y Good Matenal
23c Pair 25c . 49c Each 19c Each'
$3.50 values '$2.89
$3.00 values $2.39
$2.75 values $2.14
$1.75 values $1.49
$1.50 values $1.29
$1.25 values '98i
Others at ...94c
Are On Sale at
Closing Out Prices
COLONEL TO ATTACK PATERS.
New York, April 24.Colonel Roose
velt will enter the fight against German
lie has promised to launch an attack
for the Lean in Purse
Twenty-five years fight-.
ing ethical bigotry have
resulted in placing good
dentistry in the mouths
of those who have to
consult the dictates of
their purses if they
would save their teeth..
In order to have peace
we sometimes have to
fight for it. That's my
position now, and here
tofore. For the right to
advertise, dentists face
by selif-c o n s fit uted
judges who, .though
never having adver
tised, have no back
ground of experience,
can know nothing of
practical a d vertising,
yet make breaking the
rule a cause for .expul
sion from or non-admission
to the guild of po
litically ruled, right lit
tle, tight little dental
f ' " - f
All of Splendid
Big Drive On
$6.00 Emb. $2.00
$5.00 Emb. $1.77
$3.50 Emb. $1.00
$1.00 Emb. ..50c
85c Emb. ... 39c
18 in. wide
against circulation of German language
papers at a Lusitania anniversary meet
ing here May 7.
SHOULD GIVE THEM GUNS.
New York, April 24, Three thousand
actors have voiunteored to give up their
work in the United States and play in
camps behind the American line ia
France. Those who go will furnish en
tertainment in the Y. M. C. A. huts.
If j ou don't know the
benefits of dentistry it
is very much the same
to you as if those bene
fits do not exist. Re
strictive measures to
prohibit a d v e r tising,
hamper progress, deny
the masses a beneficent
service and place a
necessity common to all
in the same class with
the luxury purchasable 4
only at luxury prices by
the opulant few.
More dentistry at mod
' erate cost means great
er benefit to the public,
and .more .work to the
dentists an end most
effectively gained by
popularizing the com
through the press.
Hours 8 to 6. ' . Closed Sundays
STATE AND COMMERCIAL STB.
Nineteen ofices located as fellows: San
Francisco (2), Oakland, Stockton, San
Diego, Santa Craz, Los Angeles, Fres
no, Bakersfield, Sacramento and San
Jose, Calif.; Portland, Salem and Eu
gene, Ore.; Tacoma and Bellingham,
Wast.: Brooklyn, N. Y. (2); New
City, N. Y.
DRESS GOODS '
$4.00 values $3.49
$3.75 values $3.00
$3.50 values $2.78
$3.00 values $2.87
$2.25 values $1.80
$1.95 values $1.49
$1.65 values $1.37
$1.50 values $1.24
$1.35 values $1.24
$1.35 values $1.00
$1.00' values 79c
90c values ..60c
60c values .. 4yc
Corner Court and
Com! Street, Salem
29 ARE FOWCWLIY
OF CONSPIRING TO
Trial Has Continued 155 Days
, an'd Ended With Spectac
San Francisco, April 24. Twenty
nine miki, charged with conspiring on
American, soil to incite a revolution
against British rule in India, were
found guilty ty a jury in federal court
here early today.
Only one of tho thirty defendants
on trial was acquitted. He was John
P. Craig, shipbuilder of Long Beach,
Among those convicted were Franz
B;:pp, former German consul general
at San Fraiirisco, and practically the
entire consulate staff.
Two defendants, killed during the
shooting affray in the court room at
noiom yesterday, were not mentioned in
The verdict, returned at 1 o'clock
tliis morning, marked the end of a five
months trial which has cost the go
ernment approximately half a million
dollars. The trial began .November 20
and has continued for 155 days.
Judge Van Fleet fixed the bail ol
each of the convicted defendants at
Those convicted are:
Franz Boipp, former German consul
E. H. Von Schaack, former German
Henry W. Kauffmann, former chan
cellor of the German consulate:
Louis T. Henjghstler, attorney for
Charles LattendoTff, said to be an
agelnt of the consulate.
Welter Sauerbach, lieutenant com
mander of the interned German gun
Edwin Deinat, captain of an intern
ed Germain ship.
Heinrich Eelbo, captain of an intern-
'ed German ship.
i Joseph L: Bley, San Francisco ship
1 Robert Capelle, San Francisco agent
of the JJorth German Lloyd.
Harry J, Hart, San Francisco ship
J. Clyde nizar, San Diego attorney.
Bernard Manning, San Diego inaur
Moiitz Stack Vo Goltzheim, San
I Francisco realty man.
liaghwan Singh, poet of the Hindu
i Tarkanas Das, Hyidu writer and pro
fessor. i Santokh Singh, 0jial Singh, ilaha
deo Abaji Nandedkar, Godlia Ram,
'Sitfudar Singh Ghalli, Munshi Bam,
iXidham Singh, Rishan Singh Hindi,
jlnmam Din, all members of the Hin
; dust audi Ghadr staff.
I GaMnd Behari LaJ, student and lee-
Dr. C. K. Chakravarty, American
jhead of the Berlin India committee.
Lhirlndra Sarkar, JN'arau.yra Das.
Besides the 29 convicted, three plead
ed guilty and "will be sentenced with
the convicted ones. Those who pleaded
i ouiltv are:
I Lieutenant Wilherm. Veil Bricdrtn,
I former military attache of the German
Georgo Botliek, former German con
sul at Honolulu.
H. A. Schroeder, former vice consul
Six additional indictments were dis
OF CANDIDATES AS
THEY AREON BALLOT
For County Offices the Repub
licans Have No Democratic
Candidates whose names will tie
printed on the ballots to be voted on
May 17 eaeh have a number placed be
fore their naaies. In order that the
prospective voter may become famil
iar not onlr with the name but the
.number ,tho following list is printed,
taken from the offp-ial ballot:
For County Judge
58 h. J. Adams
59 W. M. Bushey
For Countv Clerk
60 U. (i. Boyer
For County Sheriff
bl V. I. Jieeduaiu
For County Treasurer
62 D. CS. Brager
For County Surveyor
63 S. B. Herrick
For Countv Coroner
64 A. M. Clough
For County Recorder
65 Mildred Robertson Brooks
For Countv Commissioner1
66 JasP. Feller
67 W. H. Goulet
68 Ben E. Robertson
For Justice of the Peace, Gervais Dis
trict 69 H. D. Mars
For Justice of the Peace, Salem District
70 Fralnk Davey
71 G. E. Unruh
For Constable, Salem District
72 Lee W. Achoson
73 Walter E. DeLong
74 U. KoDertson
75 Al M. Southwk
For Justice of the Peace, Woodburn
76 H. Overton
For Constable, Jefferson District
77 J. T. Jones .
For Constable Silvexton District
78 A. t Isameral ,
Fot Precinct Committeeman, Turner
79 H. R. PcoU :
80 William F. Wright
For Justice of the Peace, Salem Dis
trict . 18 John H. Cradlebaugh
19 T. A. Rinehart
Some State Offices
Among the candidates for" state of
fices whoso numbers are of local in
terest are the following:
For United States Senator
18 Chas. L. Mc.Narv
19 Robert N: Stanf'icld
21 J. E. Alnderaon,.
22 F, C. HarJey " ' ' : r
23 Gm C. Moser '
24 Ben W. Okott :
25 L, J. Simpson ,
26 James W. Withycom.be .
For Slate Treasurer .
28 E.. D. Cusick
0 O. P. Hoff
81 Tim F. Ryan '
32 Ben, F. West '
For Justice of the Kunremi Court
35 Percy M, Kelly .
For State, Senator from Marion County
47 Sum H. Brown
48 W. Al Jones ' :
49 Louis Laehmiuid
50 Alex M. LaFolle.tt
For Representative from Marion Coun
51 Johjii Dinwooillo
52 S. A. Hughes '
missed jy the prosecution during the
The case was given to tho jury at.
6:05 p. m. yesteaday and the verdict
was returned and read at 1 a. m. to
The closing day ot tno trial was
climated yesterday when, just as court
adjourned for the noow recess, Earn
Singh, defendant, shot and killed Rum
Chandra, another defendant, and fired
three moro shots wildly about the court
room. United states Marshal James
Holohan shot Item Singh dead ivi his
tracks an instant later.
The convicted men will he sentenced
Tuesday, April 30, Judge Van Fleet an
Attorneys for practically all of tho
defendants today prepared appeals or
demands for new trials.
Do you ever have
That discouraged feeling often,
comes from a disordered stom
ach, or an inective liver. Get
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Men find in our great Clothing Stock just the things they are looking for
and others, the finding of which comes as a pleasant surprise to them. In
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STORE Clothing Stock own none superior. A man gets full measure of
Clothing satisfaction here.
One of our most powerful trade drawing magnates is
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Men of all ages and tastes will find Clothing to their exact requirements
in our selections. The variety of models and patterns is unusually large.
BISHOPS CLOTHES $20 TO ?40; OTHER LINES $15.00 UP.
53 Seymour Jones
54 David H. Looney
55 Ivan G. Martin
58 Z. J. Kiggs
67 Geo. W. Weeks
For -United States Senator
14 Will R. King
15 Oswald West
16 Walter M, Fierce
It . Harvey O. Starkweather. .
STOMACH TROUBLE RE
LIEVED BY FIRST DOSE
"I was bothered with nervous dys
pepsia and chronic stomach trouble so
badly the doctors could not give me
any relief. They were going to take
mo to the X-ray but STUMEZE saved
me the expense. One dose of STU
MEZE and I got relief within twonty
minutes, and am now back to myself
again after month of agony. I have
taken several bottles of ' this wonder
ful medicine and cannot recommend
it too highly." W. C. McDougal, Co-t
ronado, California. If. your Btomach
hurts, if you have gas, sour risings,
belching, dyspepsia, indigestion, ca
tarrh of the stomach or intestines, go
now to your druggist ad get a bottle
of this master prescription for Btom
ach and digestive ills. It is guaranteed.
HARD BLOW STRUCK
(Continued from page one)
be much increased. The increased 300
mites of travel would be through the
heavy pa'rolled North sea, necessitat
ing continuous operations under the
surface which are highly destructive
An enforced addition of one third to
the jourmcyingB of the U-boatB would
make tlie-m by that much the more li
able. to attack by the new depth bomb
which a.ro giving such satisfactory re
sults. If, therefore) the Belgian sub
marine bases have been blocked, there
is curtain to be an .important .rise in j
the curve showing the destruction of i
the undersea craft.
Should the number of submarine vie-:
tims announced next week and the
week following show a striking de
cline, it may bo taken for granted j
that tho British navy has been sue- j
ccssful in its purpose. If, bwever, it
is dVlTiifonstratcd that the initial at
tack was mit wholly successful the pos
sibilities to ibo gained may well cause
the allies to try once more.
(Continued from page one)
Schmidt landed in New York in 1913.
she aid, having left Germany to escape
military service. His. first venture was
on a farm near Laktaood. N. J... where
Aledo Ulrich li in housekeeper disappear
Next Irma Pallatinus, aged 28, an
swered (Schmidt s matrimonial advertise
ment was "married" to him and dis
appeared. Other women subsequently came and
disappeared in the ftchmidt homes in De
troit and here, authorities declare.
CAN PUT 3,009,000
(Continued from page one)
in France and the United States. The
cost of each, according to General Iilaik
chief of the engineers, will be about
$350,000. Based on French and BritiM
experience, this number will suffice for
an' army of 1,500,000 men.
TWO GIRLS SAVED
(Continued from page one)
"I hope we can return to tho front
soon." . "
An offiecr tells tho story of the
' bravest man in the regiment" who
was too modest to speak for himself.
Tho "bravest man" is a boy of 1!)
who, during last Saturday's cuguga
ment, carried munitions seven times
through a barage and was partly buried
twice by debris from exploding shells.
Another instance of bravery' cited,
was that of American soldiers, armed
with automatic pistols, who charged
eight German machine guns, capturing
One American sharpshooter was cred
ited with fifteen bodies during the en
gagement. Aetivitv is crenevnllv liolnw nnrnml nn
all fronts occupied by the Americana,
umiougn tnero is increased rifle and
machine gun fire on the soclor north
west of Tool. One fourth of tho sheila
falling on Seicheprey are gas.
Greatest Gm of War
Philadelphia, April 24, the
greatest engine of destruction
that has yet been produced in
artillery by tho great war, will
move out of ono of tho muni-
Hons factories on the Delaware
river tomorrow nnnruiOig. $
This titatement by Samuel M.
f Vauclain vice president . and
gencial manager of tho Bald-
win Locomotive Works, who
has won the sobriquet of "gun- $
smith of America," is tho of-
fLc.iul announcemcint tbalt Am-
eri's Rupergnn is ready.
Vauclain, who is chairman of
the euib eonnmittco on army1 and
navpr artillery of the council of
national defense, added "that
tho otntke engino of dctrtruc- sjs
tion was planned, designed,
constructed and completed with
in ten woeks time."
Besides vouchsafing tho ad-
s)e ditional information, that the
' side gutters of concreto weigh !
75 too)is apiece, Van e lain would $
not go into the details of the
BTEIKE TO END QUICKLY.
Washington, April 24. Labor depart
ment heads here today looked for ear
ly adjustment of the Detroit traction
strike, Fred L. Feick, department concil
iator was to arrive on the ground today
and confer with union and company officials.
"BLUE BONNETS" J New Fabric with Nc Ftaluru. '
" Blue Por.iwl " taetU the uecdi r,f the woman vtho wanU t beaut Jul, dutahle Mitia
that weaia vfiiiwut wrinkling, rcpeUdutt ami laundcrt perfectly. Admirably (Japti (ot
Ifiilcr-nwde drciara. ipoit coult n.J tk.rlj, childrTUSBtwr.t, pctticniiU , etc Alaodrp
eri, fixture coveting etc. Guarhiiletdtiyefftitaiid durable Widevuiety of ci
(juuite pal term.
II your drt)rf dfwin't carry "VSIm Bonnet tend iu tb d wilh name of deafer and
we yiK tend f.ini tempi-: and i.oufy cl your rcguctl.
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Get Fifteen Days For
Portland, Or., April 24.r L, B. Burtcli
and Georgo Bimson, Russelliles were sen
tenced today by Municipal Judge Itoss
miui to pay a fine of $-00 each and
speud fifteen days in jail for distribut
ing copies of the "Kingdom News",
said to be an advertising medium for'
tho "Finished Mystery" the sale of
which is prohibited by the government.
ivasr nununy romuuci citizens living
on the east sido of tne citj nuiid cop
ies of the ".Kingdom News" upon their
front porches and reported to the po
lice, who, responded quickly and arrested
liurtch and Simpson.
Be Better Looking Take
If your skin is yellow complexion pallid
Untrue coated appetite poor you have
:' U. .1 taste in your mouth a lazy, no-good
l ieilnH you should take Olive Tablets.
Dr. EJ wards' Olive Tablets a substitute
f orcalorntl were prepared by Dr. Edwards
titer 17 years of study with his patients.
Dr. Cdwards'Olive Tablets are a purely
vegetable compound mixed with olive oil.
You will know tliem by their olive color.
To have a clear, pink skin, bright eyes,
no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like
childhood days you must get at the cause.
Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets act on the
liver and bowels like calomel yet have
no dangerous after effects.
They start the bile and overcome consti
pation. That's why millions of boxes are
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