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Cl;c HailsSjfel Journal
FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1913.
All Enemy-Aliens Must
All Around Town
Secure special lontol
and loan it to car Government You can do this from
ycur savings by buying at the J. C Penney Co . Stores .
Let year savings work for both "Uncle Sam" and you.
buys a Thrift Stamp
16 Thrift Stamps, with a small additional amount, will
purchase a v
War Savings Stamp
(Issued by the U. S. Government)
20 War Savings Stamps complete a War Savings
Certificate, redeemable in 5 years for $100 (payment
guaranteed bv the U. S. Government) .
Both Thrift Samps and War Savings Stamns can be
bought at anv Post Office or Bank.
W. L. McDouenl w?nt to Snn Fran-
eise.o Inst night to be away about a
P. J. flreen left for Wnlla Walla this
morning, going over the Oregon Elec
tric. Herman Ham loft for Ran Francisco
yesterday to attend to somo business in
terests. He will bo away sovorai weeks.
Word was received today that Dr.
Seymour f-kiff had been promoted f.'om
the rank of lieutenant to that of Cap
tain. He is a son of the lato Dr. Will
Skiff and is now in the medical corps.
J. P. Veatch fcf Cottflgo Grovie was
la the city yesterday. He is a former
resident of Salem.
State Forester P. A. Elliott is at To
ledo, Oregon, attending the mooting of
the Lincoln county fira pitrol associa
tion. Marvin 0. Holt, son of .rr. O. F. Holt
pastor of the First Baptist church, wlu"
was a Junior in Willnmetto University
last year and this year is a senior U
Redlnnds University, has enlisted in the
naval reserve and wijl b? sent for .rain
ing to San Pedro, California, immediate
ly after commencemnt which will be
held June 12.
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Watson of
Tonkers, N. Y., are registered at th?
Jay McCorniick of Eugene waa a Sa
lem visitor" y.-storday.
E. E. Hrodie, publisher of the Oro
gon City Enterprise, was in the city to
day on business.
His Grace, the Most Rev. Archbishop
Christie, D. I)., will bo in Salem next
Sunday morning to pay his episcopal
visit to St. Joseph's parish, and will
administer the sncrnment of confirinu
ion to a class of about fifty at the ten
thirty Mass. He is an eloquent speaker
and his sermon will be on the sncrn
ment of Confirmation. Solemn High
Mass will be sung and the choir will
choose for the occasion "The Mass of
the Immaculato Conception," by Wel
gand, Rev. Father Buck tl pastor, ex
tends a general Invitation to everyone.
People who. believe In planting their
garden seeds five or six luchoe deep
are learning by this year's experience
that deep planting is rather risky,
should the season happen to bo like the
present one, cold and damp. D. A. White
tho veteran seed man, snys moBt of the
garden seed should not be planted mow
than half an inch deep and those, who
did plant deeper run a chance of hav
ing to do it all over ngnin. Talking
of tho weather, Mr. White snys this
seems to be tli coldest month of May
since he arrived in the city about 28
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL
OVER THE TOP WE GO
1 gal. Puritan Salad Oil l2c
Ann & Hammer Soda 5e
3.1c Steel Cut Coffoe Mo
Rice flour per Hi. n0
Tomatoes ."..1. 1'Jo
'orn '....'","' .1 5c
1. Chwolate 2!o
Corn Flake t)c
0e Knit 1.2 fie
r' ia!t 4o
1'ont urn jiij
l'c Smoking Tobacco ioe
70c. Plug Tobacco ' fiOo
In our Prujj Teiartmcnt we are al
most gnving gooila away. From now on
it will pay you to visit the
FARMERS CASH STORE
Opposite Court House
May 29, Senior High school
play, "Man of the Hour." High
May St;. Memorial Day.
June 4-7. State Grange meet-
ing in Salem.
June 5-6. State Jewelers'
Convention in Salem,
June 8. Partial Eclipse of
the sun, 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock p.
June 12. Commencement day f
June 14. High school gradua-
June 17. Election of two
school directors in Salem.
Dr. M. P, Mendelsohn fits eyes cor
rectly. V. S. National Bsnk Bldg. tf.
"The best" Is all yon can do when
death comes. Call Webb & Clough Co.
Phone 120. tf.
For the benefit of readers who wish
to wear Italian colors we will state
that the flag of Italy is green, with
white and red stripes, crown and shield
in white stripes.
"The funeral beautiful."
Patton Plumbing Co., 385 Cbemeketa
Phone 1096. We do repair work. Stoves
and furnaces coiled. tf.
The remarkably dry weather for this
timo of year is bringing the river to
almost a summer stage. The reading to
day was 1.7 foot above the low water
mark and falling.
The senior class presents tin "Man
of the Hour," May 29th. Reserved
seats 35e, general admission 2Sc. Seats
reserved at high school Monday. 0 zs
Dr. Steiner of the State Horpital for
tho Insane, made a profitable bargain
for the state yestrday, when he receiv
ed two insane patients who had boon
confined in the California asylum in
exchnnge for eight California patients
la the state hospital here.
Second band furniture for sale, rugs
biass bdd, etc., all in. good condition.
Phono Mre. C'liace 91li.
Rev. John Ovall, our Swedish min
ister, after his Bcamliinavian services
in Oregon City M. E. church last Sun
day, lioJd several meetings at Falls
View ond Twilight where a number
have been converted and six were bap
tized last Wednesday. These people
not being Swedes will be added as
members to the First M. E. church at
The 48 men who are ordered to re
port for entrainment to Camp McDowell
California, Saturday Juno 1, are to as
semble at the court house at 8 o'clock
in the evening of that day for final
instructions. Their special train will
leave that evening at 10:45 o'clock.
A $50 liberty bond and $5 will buy
my Underwood No. 5. Call 450 between
9 and 4. 5-25
An address on Scandinavia and its
people and Sta iconltribirtioiis to Ameri
ca, was given by Rev. John Ovall in
tho auditorium of the high school at
Oregon City lt Wednesday morning.
vrhuih was highly appreciated.
Bert W. Macy, city attorney Is now
entitled to give the hailing sign when
he meets a Brother Elk on the streets.
He with Thos. lluell and C. Smith were
dulv initiated as members of Salem
Lodge No. 33(5 B. P. O. E. last evening
and like all good Elks are supposed to
go home at the mystic hour of eleven
Don't forget the patriotic benefit
din nee and enteitaiinnicnt tomorrow
night at tiho Mute school, given by the
I). A. R. Come.
"The Little Patriot", five reel film
at Congregational church Monday the
sing at a mass meeting held yes
terday afternoon in the interest of the
nd ( loss drive, John II. Todd, Frank
K. Dewitt, Albert H. Gille and Frank
S. Barton went to Albany yesterday.
Tlvy were accompanied by Mrs. A. H.
Kahu as soloist and Miss Grctcheu
Patriotic film with special music at
Congregational church Monday May
27th. Prices 20 and 10 cents.
During the excitement of voting last
Friday a lady left her lvest parasol at
the ofice of the city recorder. Record
er Raco and his office force are a lit
tle backward about appropriating the
parasol and would much prefer that the
ov,rnr call and prove tke property.
Vincent Quenette, who has been with
one of the earnival companies now show
ing in town, enlisted vesterdav at the
local army recruiting office, choosing
service in the medical corps. He kft
yesterday for Portland.
The final athletic event for Willam
ette field this season will be held Sat
aiday when Willamette University and
the ealem Indian Training school eon-
test m a dual track nvet. Events will
begin at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon.
The Rev. H. N. AMrich who will con
duct the funeral services of Edward
Gittins to be held Saturday afternoon
at 2 o'clock at the Leslio Methodist
church will be assisted by Dr. T. B.
IY.rd, district super nlndenl of the
Methodist church, flr Ldwin Sherwood
jt Kimball college aad Dr. E. S. Ham
mond of Kimball theological college.
While a student at Willamette Univer
sity, Mr. Gittins was also studying at
Lieutenant Colonel A. T... Woolpert
Lieutenant M. L. Myers, battalion ad
jutant, Major A. A. Hall and Captain
Arthur R.. Wilson all of the Oreanii
Guard, went to oPrtland yesterday for
a conference with Colonel W. C. North.
colonel of tho regiment, in regard to
uniforms, they w.ere given the assur
ance that uniforms for the three com
panies in Salem would arrive in time
for the Oregon Guard here to participate
in Decoration day exercises.
This Is a hard luck story for the
housekeeper just when she is supposed
to be cutting down the allowance for
family victuals. Lemons are now quoted
at fl higher price than for many a year,
due of eouise to the fact that no lemons
are coming from Sicily and that Califor
nia now has the job of supplying the
entire country. And oranges are climb-
Ling right along into tlue class of lux
uries as they too are scarce and Califor
nia is supplying the markets to a great
Tomorrow afternoon at S o'clock the
Spaulding Logging company will have
a flag raisiug all its own. The pore
over 100 feet high has already been!
placed and the flag is ready. An address!
will be delivered by Mayor Walter E. !
Keyes and a special speaker from Port-1
land will be sent hero by the Loyal i
Legion of Loggers and Lumbermen. All j
patriotic lumbermen are members of:
the Loyal Legion and this numbers 192
from the local Spaulding plant. The flagj
raising will be near the Spaulding office
on Front street and the public is invited I
to attend. j
The civil service examinations to be '
held tomorrow will decide whether
women aro to be considered dangerous
rivals of men when it comes to the de
livery of mail on the rural routes. Be-
sides rural routo 3, to bo filled at once,
route 1 in Polk county will soon be open
and then a rural route from Turner will
soon be ready for applicants. Tho exam-
ination papers aro to be sent to Wash-!
ington for grading and it may be sev-.
eral weeks before the anx'iety is overj
for those who stand the examination to
morrow. And most of them are women.
Word has been received from the Rev. i
Carl H. Elliott former pastor of the i
The following notice has been post
ed in tho lobby of the Salem post of
fice: "All German alien enemies are
hereby informed that by proclamation
of the president of the United States,
it is unlawful for any native, citizen,
denizen or subject of the German em
pire or of tho imperial German govern
ment, being male of the age of four
teen years and upwards who are with
in the United States and not fully nat
uralized as American citizens, to ap
proach or be found within half mile
of any federal or state fort, camp, ar
senal,' aircraft station, government or
naval vessel, navy yard, factory or
workshop for the manufacture of mu
nition of war, or any product for
the uee of the army or navy or of tie
United States without first having se
cured, from the United States marshal
in the district in which they reside, e
permit so to do in compliance with in
structions heretofore issued by the
United. States department of "justice."
A permit to approach within half a
mile of the armory will be granted
aliens by the United States marshal
who will be at tho Salem police head
quarters two days, June 7 and 8.
Tho notice also adtis: "All German
aliens who fail to secure these permits
mil thereafter be liable, to summary
rest and internment during tho period
of the war.'' The notice is signed by
G. F. Alexander, United States mar
shal, district of Oregon.
of Customs Intelligence Department of
New York City has wired tne collectors,
of all custom ports not to permit the
shipment of the magazine of that date
to South America. The telegram to Port
land read: "Collector at New York has
denied exportation to South America of
June 1 issue of Saturday Evening Post
on account of an article (Last Loegh).
Postmaster at New York has been no
tified. Advise all ports in your district"
Miss Hortense Ingalls and Paul De
Vere Manniag were married at Amity
Wednesday, May 22, 1918. They aro both
fornvr students of Willamette Univer
sity. During the past year Mr. Manning
has been teaching at Stanford Univer-
First Presbyterian church, that he ar
rived safely in New York City and that
ho had been sent to Princeton for a
week's intensive training before leav
ing for France to engago in his Y. M.
C. A. work. He writes that all eut-go-ing
Y, M. C. A. secretaries are given
this week of training by workers who
have been in Fiance. Part of the train
ing will be in tho wav of instructions
in conversational French.
A Sunday school convention will be
held next Sunday at Salem Heights hall.j
The program will begin at 10 o 'clock in
the morning and continue until 4j
o'clock Hii tine afternoon. This conven
tion is tho meeting of the Red mil Sun-
day school district comprising six j
schools, and is the regular quarterly
event. A basket dinner will be served.!
Prof. E. S. Hammond of Kimball col
lege and Dr. Bowman, president of th.5
Marion county Sunday school associa
tion are tho principal speakers. Others
who will take part 5n the program aru
Miss Lyra Miles, Mrs. Darby and Har-j
old Eakib. The day's session w risc
with the election of officers for the!
coming year. j
And now comes the sad news that the 1
Shasta Limited is to be withdrawn from
service June 2, and travellers who havej
preferred to put on style and pay th
$5 ext'a fare, will be obliged to ride
on the cars just like ordinary mortals '.
It is understood that acommodations to'
meet the need of tike travelling pub-j
lie will tbe j rovided on he three remain-j
ing through trains. The order to dis-;
continue the Shasta Limited eonvs from
the regional director of railroads at Chi-1
The June 1 issue of the Saturday j
Evening Post will not of course r.each 1
Salem until next Thursday, but it mayj
be of interest to know that the Burau
FOR SATURDAY WE
OFFER THE FOLLOWING
45c Per Lb.
No. 5, Per Pail $1.40
No 5, Per Pail $1.20
There is an over-supply
of veal this week. Try a
Roast of milk fed Veal
for your Sunday dinner
at the reduced prices.
Remember we are not a
branch or in any way
connected with any
other market in Salem.
Ladies' and Children's Hats
The Biggest and Best Assortment of Millinery at
Popular Prices: -
LADIES' HATS $1.25 to $4.75
CHILDREN'S HATS 35c to $1.95
Our Prices Always ibe Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
, PHONE 1072 y
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
and Arrests Will Follow
Hoqui.im. Wash., May 24. Positive
evidence of incendiarism in the destruc
tion of the Northwestern Lumber com
pany's sawmiH, which is engaged al
most executively in cutting airplane
spruce for the government, was found
A carbide lamp was found under the
mill, with tricks of a man leadinir to
tho almp. T?iroo trails branched from
the lamr leading to points beneath the
One arrest, has been made and others
will follow today. Federal agents sav
they have evidence that German agents
were sent here from all parts of the
country t ocripple the airplane spruce
production industry. One Oerman alien
enemy, August I'attener, jumped here
from New Orleans and went to work
at once for the Northwestern Mill He
is still held by federal officers.
sity and doing research work as chem
ist. He is now in the government ser
vice as research chemist and has been
rtatioiwd at Washington. Mrs. Manning
who is now in Portland will join her
husband in Washington within a few
weeks. She is the daughter of the Rev.
Fdwm Ingalls, formerly pastor of the
J:ison Lee Methodist church.
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BOKN To Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Kiels
meier, four miles east of Salem.
Thursday, May 23. 1918, a son.
CARD OF THANKS
Wo wish to tliaiiit our friends and
neighbor for their many acts of kind
ness and sympathy during the illness
and death of our wlife and mother.
A. J. TJauieto and eons.
We wirth to thank cut friends for
theia- sympathy and floral offerings
during our lata bercaveniont of wife
and mother. T). A. Harris nd family.
There's one thing we always like to
see getting in the way and that's a
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! WANTED, JUNK I
j And All Kinds of 2nd Hand
! Goods. "
Full Market Prices Special 4c
' Prices paid for Sacks.
' Get our prices before you sell.
THE TEOPLE'S JTJNK ft 2ND
HAND STORE 4
271 N. Com'l St. Phoue 731
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Used Furniture Wanted t
Highest Cash Prices Paid for
E. L. STIFE & SON
Phone 941 or 508
351 STATE STREET
Yick So Tong
I Chinese Medicine and Tea C. I
T Has medicine which will cure ?
X any known disease. 1
tOpen Sundays from 10 a. m.
n e - . 4
t 153 South High St.
I Salem, Oregon. Phone 283
I WANT TO BUY
Your Junk and give you
st square business deal.
I always pay the highest
I WANT YOUR
SACKS AND BAGS
I buy all kinds of used
goods, 2nd hand furni
ture, rubber and junk.
Get my prices before
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa Street
OREGON TAXI & BAGGAGE
Try 'Our Checking System on Baggage.
Claim Checks for Every Parcel
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For Feeding Hogs
CAN EE HAD AT THE
call or Teiepaone
W. T.BGD0HC0. I
W. T. KIGDON L. T. RIGDON
Calls answered all hours day
Res, Phone 111; Office Phone 183
252 N. High. St,
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