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MONDAY, MAY 20, 1913.
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" NATIONAL nAR GARwEN COnMlSSK'N
The Place to Buy
Is at the J. C. PENNEY CO. Store. Then you will
be sure of getting the best in every sense of the word.
Our company is the largest individual shoe buyer
in the United States. This gives us "The Edge" on
the people just buying for one store. You can rest
assured of getting THE BEST of Material, Work
manship, Style and Treatment when buying from
us. At the same time you will be making a great
saving in money. AN INSPECTION WILL CON
White Canvas PuifiDs ..$1.49. S1.S9 $1.98. $2.98
White Canvas Shoes
............ $1.98, $2.49. $2.98. $3.50 and $3.98
We have Shoes of all kinds for '
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN -
Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Kelncy, Mr. and
lira. Miller Hovicr motored to Molalln
7Htorday. They report tho road between
Molalla and Bilverton muddy on account
of the recent rains.
" W. T. King loft this morning on' the
Qrogon Eleutrie for Bteilacoom, Wash
ington. . Th6 Oregon Electric lold 20 . tickou
this morning to nvombera Xt the I. 0.
P. F. and Bibekah lodges who will
attend the state meeting held at Boa
sido this week,
Ivan O McDuniol, now with the sig
si service, was in the city over Bun
day from Portland, ,
Miss Annora Welch was a Portland
Miss Lixzie Bayley of the Barnes
tore, spent Sunday in Portland.
Miss Alice Powell was a Sui'.day vis
itor in Portland.
' Lieutenant Ralph Allen, a former En
gene boy and son of B, D. Allen, of this
eity, who has been vitutjng here, the
past faw days, left yesterday for Sa
lem where he will spend two days visit-
kg his wife parents before- he and
Jars. Allen leave lor Cainp Jackson, a.
). -Eugene Agister.
lis WiU Be Busy
Week In Capital City
This may be termed a busy week for
Salam, J-'imt of -importune fumes tlie
Bed Cross drive, Then we' have tho
Bornardi expoeitkm Btrect show cover
ing several iblwks, given unilor the
uHjilicfts of tho Mouse- lmljfe. Tho Car
nival Frolio, on Church street, between
Btsto and Court is under tho auspices
f the MaiM-abecs. Then Dr. W. T. Fos
ter president of Reed college- and one
of ui loading educators of the west,
will speak at the armory Tuesday ev
ening on the war, tell ling of his trav
els in Krojice. Wednesday evening, the
(Jherriam give dance at the armory
and the Lincoln and Grant high school,
pupils give their operetta, "The Wind1
mill of llul-tand, " at the high school
auditorium. The members of the coun
try club give a dance at the club house
MEYERS. At the home of her daugh
- ter Mrs. Blanche Irwin, 1709 Ferry
I street, May 19, 1918, Mrs. Ettio S.
j Meyers, in her 72d year.
' With her daughter, Miss Mabel C.
Mpynrs, she fame from Portland to 8a
In junt a few days ago to visit rela.
tjves hero. Saturday li.j suffured from
n "troke of apoplexy, which resulted in
her death later in the day.
fhe is survived by five children. Tho
l;dy was taken for burial to Portland
this morning by her daughter, Miss
Mabel C. Meyers.
MOOSE SPRING CELEBRA TION BERNARDI
HAWAIIAN VILLAGE TANGOMAZE OVER THE TOP-CABARET
MOTORDROME CIRCUS SIDESHOW PALACE OF ILLUSIONS
ATHLETIC SHOW-PALACE OF ARTS TRAINED ANIMAL SHOW
POPULAR LADY CONTEST
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Date On June Fifth
The local exemption board has receiv
ed official notice that all men who havi
reached the age of 21 years since June
3, 1917, are to register Wednesday, June
3. According to the instructions, there
aro no exceptions whatever. If one is
sick, on the stntcmnt of a physician,
tho registration card will be sent to
In Balom, registration will he at the
courthouse. Registrants may also report
to the registrars J. W. Mayo, at Btay
ton; D. B. lllll at Mill City; F. E. Oal
lister, at Bilverton or to J. T. Lowis of
Jefferson. At eat-u of those towns, reg
istration will be in the city hall.
These registering places have bnon
made just for tlie convenience of the
young men. It doesn't make any dif
ference whore the young man register,
in the county, just so ba guts there on
June S, and does not think another
day will do as well. This is a military
measure and according to the instruc
tions Issued, no excuses will bo accept
ed. Thurxiiay evening and at the same time
the Woodmen give a ounce at their
hall, tho proceeds to be given to the
Bed Cross. On Friday the Italian flag
wd.Il -fly firom the .flag-polo over tho
postJffii-e undkirm-ath tho national
emblem, and next Saturday there is a
divil serviflo examination for carrier
for the rural route running south of
the city into the Liberty district. Tho
mcimborn of the first battalion of the
Oregon Guards will receiivo their 'uni
forms this wnck and the high school
base ball team plays Cktwvewa Wed
ncstrny aftormmn at WiMmmetto field.
Home Guards Will Be
Uniformed for Memorial
Before the memorial day exercises of
May 30, tho entire jecond battalion of
Oregon guards will have received their
nw uniforms. Already the milforins of
company E, tho first to be mustered
in, have been received and vrill be is
sikvI to the boys Tuesday evening by
Captain A. B. Wilson. The hou-eoma
of the company will receive theirs this
Assurance have been received that
the uniforms for 'computilea F and 0
of Snhm and H of Bilverton will ar
rive tlnis week end everything will be
in ship shape for a regimental drill
in uniform docOTattlon dy, May 80,
The unicornis are of the regulation
olivo drab with the regulation cam
MEXICANS KILL SOLDIERS -
Sau Antonio, Texas, May 20.Mexi-
cau bandits fired across the internation
al line near Hidalgo, Texas, this morn
ing, killing Sergeant Herbert Ulrich,
ivighth cavalry, according to a report
The American soldiers returned the
firo, killing four bandits, the report ad
ded. It was not stated whether the Am
ericans pursued the Mericans across tiki
All Around Town 1
t COMING EVENTS
May 20 25. Bernard! Great-
er Exposition, auspices Moose
May 21. Dr. Foster of Port.
land at the Armory. Free.
May 22. Cherrian dance at
May 23. Grant and Lincoln
High schools operetta at High
May 29, Senior High school
play, "Man of the Hour." High
May 30. Memorial Day.
June 4-7. State Grange meet-
ing in Salem.
June 5-6. State Jewelers'
Convention in Salem.
June 8. Total eclipse of
the sun. World's Almanac gives
hour as 1:38, but new time
schedule will make the hour
June 12. Commencement day
June li. High school gradua-
June 17. Election of two
school directors in Salem.
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn fits eyes cor
rectly. TJ. S. National Benk Bldg. tf.
"The best" la all yon can do when
death comes. Call Webb & Clough Co.
Phone 120. . . tf.
The report of the condition of the
Ladd & Bush bank is printed in today's
Capital Journal. It shows total resources
"The funeral beautiful." Webb ft
Clough Co. tf.
Patton Plumbing Co., S8S Chemeketa
Phone 1098. We do repair work. Stoves
and furnaces coiled. tf.
The Foresters will give a dance next
Saturday evening at their hall on
North Commercial street. It is just for
members and their friends.
Men wanted to handle
sawmill at Newberg, Ore.
for eight hour day. Board
cured at reasonable rates.
Spaulding Logging Co.
Men wanted to handle
sawmill at Newberg, Ore.
for eight hour day. Board
cured at reasonable rates.
Spaulding Logging Co.
can be ee
can be se
Eeports are coming in from the coun
try that tho aphis is doing considerable
damage in the gardens and grain fields.
It is claimed that the appearance of
aphis this year is due to the cool weath
er and in general a much lower temper
ature than is usual during May.
CARD OF THANKS
The children of the late Mrs. John
Wiftbaum wish to kindly tl.rink all
thoso who assisted! theni at the last
illness and burial of their mother,
nvother. , , .
Wednesday, May 22. is clean up day
at Maoloay ceuiotory. ,
Dr. Frank W. Chace will present Miss
Lela McCnddnm in a senior recital at
the First Methodist church this, even
ing. She will be assisted by Dr. Cliace
and Miss Lyra Miles. t
- I take this opportunity to thank the
citizens of the city of .Salem for tie
loyal support given me t the pTimaTy
election of Friday, and -to assure you
that if it should be your pleasure to
olVet mo ta the office of city marshal
at the election this fwll it will be pos
sible for me, by acts, rathnr than mere
words, to show vou of iny true feeling.
PJJBCY M. VA.RN KY.
The Spaulding Logging company ship
ped Saturday evening a car load of
stringers to tho Hog Island shipyards
at Hog Island, Pennsylvania. The ordpr
was received Thursday and within 48
hours, it was rolling. .
' Dr. W, T. Foster, president of Seed
college, one of the Hading educators of
the northwest, will deliver, an address
Tuesday oveuing at the armory, under
the auxpiccs of Willamette chapter, Am
erican Bed Cross. He has chosen for his
subject, "The Destruction and Re-Construction
of France." Dr. Foster spent
sevtral months in France and has
brought home with him interesting
views of the destroyed cities and many
evidences in his pictures of the young
and old people that had been maimed.
The lecture of courst is free.
At k meeting of the wax service com-
mttee of the Bunjralow Christian
church held last evening, plans were
matin fnr an nlil tiiii ennrert on the
Uvoning of Friday, May 31. The program
is to incume om insmoneu songs, vionn
playing and dialogs of the days of long
ago. The church has a number of good
singers and those interested promise a
nue concert. The proceeds are, for the
I boys at Camp Lewis.
Special meeting of Pacific
lodge No. 50, A. P. A. M
this veniag. Work in the M.
M. degree. Visiting brethren
I Tno Mother'! daa of the First Meth
odist church will serve the dinners for
the Bed Cross workers who meet again
Tuesday noon at the church for a gen
KoUce has been received by the local
iaJts' lodge that the grand lodge will
meet tnie wmuier at Atlantic City July
8-13 and ti.at the city has 1,000 hotels
to accommodate the visitors.
The complete rote for justice of th
pease for Salem presinrt was Cradle
baugh 154 and Keinhart, 157. The lattt
aud Attorney Unruh will fight it out
at the polls in November.
A Bed. Croas. meeting will be held at
SAtts Mills Tuesday evening as part
of the week ' Bed Cross campaign. Ad
dresses will be made by the Hav. Bob
ert S. Gill and P. K. Fulltrton.
Now that the Oregon Guard has, or
is about to receive, its uniforms, prepar
ations are under way at the armory by
which each company will have rooms of
its own for the care of its equipment
Mr. Thurman Cave, who has been
with the State Highway Department for
the past two years, has accepted a po
sition with the Warren Spruce Company
of Toledo, and will leave for his new
work within a few days.
Tonight the city council will take up
for final reading and passage tho bill
prohibiting loafing; one in rtgard to
the care of contagious diseases; th
junk shops without tlue parent's order,
and the moving picture ordinppce
whereby tho police matron, the city
marshal and the mayor becomes 4h
board of censors. i
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The post week was one o low tem
peratures ia Salem and vicinity, accord
ing to the government's official re
cords. The highest for the week was
57 and the lowest tcmperaturt 41. The
week bef oro was also on.9 of rather low
tempcraturts for May. For the months
of April and May to date, there bus
been only a total rainfall of 2.35
inches, below the avtrage for this time
Adair Lockwood, after completing hi?
course of 25 w.ceks in the electrical
training school of th navy at Mare Is
land is home for a ten day visit with
his parents. In the) examination, he made
the high rating of electrician or tne
second class, which means that as soon
as ho. is assigned to duty on a man of
war, he will be ranked as electrician of
the first class.
The University of Oregon players won
two out of thre0 games in their tenniB
contest last Saturday with the Willam
etto University experts. In the singles
Miss Marjorie Campbell of Oregon, won
from Miss Hortcnse Harrild, 6-2, 6-2.
Miss AdrLcne Eppin'g also of Oregon,
lost to Miss Mary Findley, 6-4, 7-5. Ore
gon won in the doubles, Miss Madeline
Slotboom and Miss Marjorie Kay
against Miss Findley and Miss Oiara
Perkins. Tho return match will be play
ed in Eugene next week.
The bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M.
l-Vi-y, who died Saturday morning at the
Willamette Sanatorium from trichino
sis, will be taken to Lodi, California
foi funeral services and burial. The bod
ied will be accompanied by a brother
of Mrs. Frev. The four children who are
fusti siifferina from tne same rflsease
ctuscn by the eating of raw pork, are
reported today to be making a satis
Several Italian flags have been offer
ed Postmaster Huckcstcin for May 24,
the day to bo observed complimentary
to the Italians as it was this day that
Italy entered the great war. By order
of the treasury department. at Washing
ton, all federal buildings are to fly the
Italian flag next Friday. TIiom offered
n:e about two by three feet and the
flag will fly on the flagpole oi tne post
office underneath the national emblem.
A patriotic program was given last
evening by the Epworth league of the
German Methodist church on Center
street. A servico flag with six stars
was presented by Louis Oldenburg and
dedicated by the pastor. This flag rep
resents the number of boys of the
church who nre now in the service, sev
eral now being in France. The pledges
and offering for the Bed Cross, work
amounted to 40.00.
TRY JOURNAL WANT ADS
1 uiuuini Ji
GRAND PRIZB 100 WW. 1 B.
LADY RECEIVING HOST NUMBER VOTES J25.00 IN W, B. C.
LADY RECEIVING SECOND NUMBER VOTES, $15.00 IN W. S. 8. . .
LADY RECEIVING THIRD NUMBER VOTES $10.00 IN W. 8. 8,
VOTE TOR HER HEADQUARTERS Hi STATE STREET.
PHI MOSS WIMfRS
are well received
IN SALEM CAMPAGIN
No Report of Today's Sub
scriptions Is Available Up
To Present Time
The Bed Cross drive for 115,000 ia
Salem, to be raised within 43 hours,
started with a rush this morning, with
more than 300 workers repor.ing for
duty and that number taking lunch
eon at the First Methodist church for
the mid-day conference.
Sunday afternoon, 400 workers were
iddresBe-d by Lieutenant Kalston of the
Canadian expeditionary force, who
I Id of hi-s experiences at the front
with the Canadian artillery. Elton
Wat ki lie of the department of justice
delivered a sitirring. patriotic address,
telling of how this country got into
die war, its present duty and the need
of the Bed Cross in tin? army work.
At the meeting today noon at the
First Methodist church, the captains
reported cheering results of the morn
they aire inclined to be most optimistie
aa the people have responded generous
ly to the call.
Since the report of suDscripticns pub
fished Saturday, several large ones
have been received, dncludfing the $500
from the Bush family. Others who con
tributed! Saturday were Senator C. L.
McNary $100, John MeNaj-y $100, Sa
lem Bank of Commerce $100, Both Gro
eery ,JOo. $100, Steusloff Bros. $100
Messrs. Steevcs & IFindloy $100 and Ir
win Griffith $100.
In front of headquarters on State
street has been erected a thermometer
which will show tho total amounts sub
scribed during the Red Cross drive.
Today noon the indicator pointed to
Manager O. B. GingrSch, sizing up
tho results of this morning's work,
fecils confident that the amount will
be raised in the 48 hours' and that the
people will respond cheerfully to the
needs of the Bed Coss.
Court House News
Owing to the rush In getting eleo
tdon TeVnrns gathered 4Wr Capital!
Journal readers some other things
were neglected last week. Among those
were two marriage licenses that were
not reported, one of Friday nd the
other of Saturday. They are Harry P.
Whitio of Portland and Una May Seara
ster of Salem and Hary Humphreys
and Eva A. Steward both of Stayton-
In. tho suit of H. J. Bellarts against
Andrew Johnson Mrs. L. H. Wood and
others a decree was granted reforming
and then foreclosing a mortgage. '
A. B. Gillis versus John A. Gearin,
et al, suit dismissed without prejudice
on motion of plaintiff.
F. R. Reynolds versus Edith M. "Rey
nolds, decree granted that plaintiff isn
not entitled to tne renei asKeu. ana
that defendant is the owner o real
property mentioned in complaint, as
trustee for Mary J. Reynolds, deceas
Harry Gray and wife against R. J
Hendricks, Carlo Aibrams, and the Sa
lem Land company, a, corporation, suit
to recover damages for failure to keep
contract. The damages asucd aro $1.
500. Nellie Turmidge versus Henry Turn
idgo i the title of an action fcr dl
vnritn filn.il tnriflV. The complaint al
leges the parties were -married March
Ki. 191'8, and that the dream is over.
Pmiutiff alleges that she was but 17
years odd when married, that she lilt
ed to attend dances and the society
of young folks, and that defendant
knnw this. Yet but a short time after
marriage he became jealous,and accus
ed her of meeting men for immoral
purposes and otherwise treated her
cruelly and inhumanly. She asks the
bonds of matrimony .bo severed and
that she be allowed to resumo her maid
en nanio of Nellie Baker.
First War Babv
Born In Salem Today
Wo now announce Salem's first war
At the Willamette sanatorium mere
was born, May 20, 1918, to Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar M. Rowland, a son.
Although tho father happens to be in
France at present, the assurance ia
given that this first war baby will be
named after his father and in future
years will sign himself, Edgar M.
Before leaving for France. Mr. Row
land wis granted a few days leave of
absence from his duties in the re-gi-muntul
l.nn.l Ha imnroved the time
by coming to Salem and marrying
Miss veima West we is now witn mc
162d Infantry in France, sailing from
this country December 12, 1917, arriv
ing in Franca 17 days later.
Ffs pretty hard to find
at $1.00 per yard
But. with our Eastern connections and direct-buying
methods we have received a new shipment this morn
ing and is now being placed on sale.
An excellent and lustrous quality . . -
Silk Poplin 3Sdf $1,00 5.
Colors: Old Rose, Pearl Grey, Smoke, Copenhagen
Blue, Plum, Pigeon Blue, Beige and Ivory.
, Our Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
COMMERCIAL and COUBT STREETS, FORMERLY CHICAGO STORE
GARDEN ARMY TO SMASH
ALL PRODUCTION MARKS
The Spirit of 18.
UNITED STAT S FOOD ADMI N I.TRATI ON 9
"The South wi:l feed herself this year," says the National War Garden
Commission of Wuhington, one of whose field agenti bu jut return-id from
six weeks' trip through that section. Report coming to the Commiuion
from other sections of the United .Slate, show that the garden arm has
mobilised as never before and that uruUr the direction of this Commission
the people will ra'se a record-breaking amount of food to help supply "The
World's Cry for Food," which the United Stale. Food Administration empha- .
siz ia it striking poster.
REMEMBER OUR OPTICAL SERVICE
Insures a accurate, painstaking examination,
courteous treatment, reasonable prices and
DR. A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist,
204-5 Salem Bank of Commerce Bldg.
GREA TER SHO WS
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luv THE SENSATIONAL RIDE, "THE WHIP
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