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THURSDAY. MAY SO, 1913.
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t Store Closed All Day Tomorrow Memorial Day
You can SAVE yourself MONEY, TIME, and 1
ENERGY by buying from the J. C. TENNEY CO. ' ::
You will find that we always have a GOOD, FRESH, : :
NEW STOCK of goods, and a nice clean, bright, "
light store in which to shop.
I We have a nice line of Silk Chemise and Camisoles 1
i made of excellent quality Satin and Crepe de Chine, X
X hemstitched and with neat embroidery work.
:: camisoles 98c. $1.49 and $1.98 !!
i: chemise , $1.98 i!
YOU WILL ALSO FIND A GOOD STOCK OF '
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. Mrs. Lottie Lavalleur left this morn
ing over the Oregon Electrie for Sea
Fred Brazclle left thii morning for
Minn Laura Boyd is visiting at Pros
Sheriff W. I. Needham loft this morn,
in (i on official business at Ketchikan,
' ' Frod C. Each, manager of the Ftrnny
storo at Dallas was a Salein visitor yes
terday. Mi. and Mrs. Lee L. Gilbert and Mr,
and Mrs. J. S. Hanson left this morn
ing for a four day fishing trip on Blue
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hoton of Wanna,
Oregon, are rogisttrcd at the Bligh hotol.
Dr. B. C. Ellsworth of Astoria was
ia the city yesterday.
Clifford Harold of Tangent registered
yesterday at the Bligh.
The cash receipts yesterday at tU
eity hall from speedsters figured up 10
equally divided between W. F. Burnett,
who was doing a little extra time on
South Comnieroinl Btreet between Trade
Vn.nr ond Tlnvil T,flin1f1 whn atOTl-
ped pn the accelerator to the extent of
about 35 miles on Court street between
19lh and 20th streets. Nowadays it
seems that speedster take things good
naturedly unless it happens to be a
Portland candidate who chows the rag
more, or loss and objects to the rural
way of doing things.
; Fanners may not all be aware of the
fact, but here it is: All wheat is sub
ject to seizure by the government after
May 15 nnd there is a penalty attach
ed for holding wheat and not bringing
it in to some center station where it
Corner Ferry and Liberty Streets,
Saturday, June 1
0 Poland China and Birkshire
Pigs 2 months old, a fine lot.
1 Orchard Diae--goort.
1 two-Section Lever Harrow.
1 Hay Fork Ripe and car good.
1 Oliver 40 Mow complete.
2 Oroas Cut Saws, nearly new.
Wedges, slcdgoa, logging chains,
erow bars and many tools.
Horace, wagons, etc. Don't miss
this sale. '
1 good Organ, 2 Dressers; Kitch
en Cabinet, 1 range, 2 burner oil
tore, 3 rugs, dining tables,
kitchen tables, , rockers, chairs,
beds, springs and mattress and
in fact anything you wish to
furnish a home.
Note: I buy Farm Machinery,
Toole and Furniture for Cash.
Paroi Stock sales conducted any
where ia the state.
r. H. WOODRY,
Phones do or 611.
may be purchased by the government.
The seed aoason is now over, and It il
uot permitted to use wheat for any pur
poses even that of feeding poultry. Thii
is the ruling of the food administration.
The samo authority urges farmers to
bring in their stray loads of wheat and
play on the safe side.
After a drought of eleven days, Salem
today experienced a slight amount of
moisture, not enough according to the
farmers' view to do any material
amount of good.
Dance Moose hail Saturday night.
Dane Moose hall Saturday night.
The dance, given at the armory last
.evening for the benefit of the Second
battalion was well attended, notwith
standing the many other attractions in
the city. The boys commend W. L. B.ry
ant for his efforts In their behalf. It
is ou the program to give dances from
Hint to time as battalion benefits.
Don't miss It. What? That auction
salo Sat. at Wooilry'a market. See the
ad in today', paiiw. See page B.
Those who are ambitious enough to
wish to sorve tbfl country as school di
rector will have until Saturday morning
Juno 15 In which to present a petition.
The election is Monday Juno 17, and as
the ballots must be prepared and ar
rangements made lor voting places and
.judges and clerks, the time limit for fil
ing has been placed two days before the
election,. The candidate for school di
rector must have a property qualifica
tion, but any registered voter may vote,
regardless of whether or not they pay
taxes or even have any property.
The funeral services of Jacqueline
Hdgerton, the four year old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Edgerton will be
held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from tho home of Mr. and Mrs. George
L. Rose, 705 Court street. The services
will bo conducted by the Bev. W. (7.
Knottier of the First Congregational
church and burial will be iu the City
Local Jewelers are already making
'preparations for the annual meeting of
the state association which will con
vene in Salem June 5 aud 6. The ses
sion's will be held at the Commercial
club. The program includes a luncheon
at the Marion hotel and addresses by
leading jewelers of the state. 0. A.
Hnrtman first vice president of thfl
state . organization.
The local Y. M.0. A. will do Its
share of work in providing laborers for
harvesting the crops in Marion county
in the way of upholding tine organiza
tion known as the Vnited States. Work,
lug Reserve. The object of this organ
isation is to secure boys between the
ages of 10 aud 21 who will aid iu the
harvesting of the berry and regular
farm crops this summer. At a meeting
held yesterday afternoon the Rev. R.
N. Aldrich was elected to assume charge
of the organization. To especially the
fruit growers of this section the har
vesting of the loganberry and other
crops ia a matter of vital importance
and the Y. M. C. A. through the work
of the boys will endeavor to becow.
headquarters for both the boys who
are willing to work and for those who
are in need of helpers.
All Around Town I
managers who has been stationed at
Elle:i.4urg, Wash. Mr. McDonald pre
sented his resignation to his company
uiv.ro thin a month ago but it seems tht
company was not able to place a man
ager here until today.
For rent Leonard hotel at 264 N.
Front, almost completely furnished
"The Kaiser" at Liberty
Memorial Services 8 p. m. all
May 30. "The Kaiser," at
the Liberty theatre. -
June 3. Patriotic mass meet-
ing, First Baptist church, 8 p.m,
June 4-7. State Grange meet-
ing in Salem. .
June 5-6. State Jewelers'
Convention in Salem.
June 8. Partial Eclipse of
the sun, beginning about 2:40
June 12. Commencement day
June 14. High school gradua-
June 17. Election of two
.school directors in Salem.
Dr 'It P. Mendelsohn fits eyes cor
rectly. TJ. S. National Bank BIdg. tf.
Boyal Highlanders musical entertain
ment at Union hall Tuesday evening.
Dance will follow. 0-zo
The Marlon County Jersey Cattle club
will hold its annual mteting on the
Doerfler farm, Sunday, June tho 2nd,
All interested should attend. Meeting
begins at 1 p. m.
Patton Plumbing Co., 385 Chemeketa
Phone 1096. We do repair work. Stoves
and furnaces coiled. tf.
"The best" Is all you can do when
death comes. Call Webb & dough Co.
Phone 120. tf.
And now comes the sad news that
tlw olive drab and khaki colored cloth
is not for the civilian, and not even the
toy scouts may hereafter buy. The war
department has issued an ordor that
on account of the demand for this cloth
for military purposes,, no organization
not entirely military may buy and here
aftor none will be manufacturer for
Donald W. Miles and Walter E.
Keyeis have moved their law offices to
410 U. S. Bank Wdg. 0-4
Highest price for Loganberry pick,
ing. Hegistor now at 415 U. S. Bank
"Uncle Sam and His Body Guard"
is the name of a patriotic drill to be
given Friday owning May 31 at the
Javon Lee Memorial church by 60 child
ren, assisted by Hebel's Cherrybud
baud. The program for the evening con
sists mostly of patriotic drills and iz
under the direction of Mrs. Cora Hen
dry. There will be no admission charges
A silwir offering will be taken, which
wiil bo given to the Red Cross.
Register for Loganberry nicking at
415 U. S. Bank takig. tf
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Walter E. Keyes and Donald W.
Miles have moved their law offices to
410 U. 8. Bank bldg. 6-4
"The funeral beautiful." Webb ft
Clongh Co. tf.
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. Artisans atten t i o nl
Open patriotic meeting
tonight, come and bring
your friends, I. O. O. V
Good opportunity for man and wife to
go into DiwnesB. l'none or call on
C. S. Hamilton. 5-30
Women, children do your bit Help
pick the Loganberries. You can regis
ter and get all particulars at 415 U.
s. rank uidg. , tf
Taking Into consideration that the
average woman now-a-days puts ia her
?p?re time attending to some patriotic
luty or attending a meeting of some
kind, tins Capital City laundry has come
to the rescue of the average man by
putting in a modern mending depart-
iouse to w?ar socks with holes, nr
to take UD work on It similar lino in
underwear witn a couple of buttons off.
ue iaur.ury now takes care of the holey
socks ad the buttonless shirt and what
u still better, the ia no chares for
ins service. This fortunate chancre in
the affairs of men is due to the business
f. resiaht of Chas. L. Wieder and T5. T..
Wieder, proprietors of the Capital City
lauuury. it wm also-doubtless nwet with
rut approval of the women.
Big benefit dance at Stayton Friday
May 31. Lunch served1 by honor guard
girls. Roads iare fine.
Benefit dance at Stayton Friday
night, May 31.
J. A. Beck of the Salem Taxi Com
pany wishes to state that he was not
arrested for not taking out an automo
bile license as stated in yesterday's is
sue of the Capital Journal. He states
that he is willing to ;take out a license
Geneva, May 30. Internal
disorders in Austria-Hungary
have paralyzed the project of
the Austrian offensive against
Italy, according to a dispatch
from InnUbruck today.
Serious riots have broken out
again at Laibach and Grata,
where Slavs and Jugo-Slavs at-
tacked Austrian troops. The sol-
diers fired into the crowds,
killing and wounding several.
Recent riots at Prague are
said to have been decidedly ser-
kms. It is estimated there were
2,0u0 casualties there.
to operate a car in the city providing all
others are compelled to do the saiue, and
when licensed drivers have proper pro
ment. No more need for the head of the
custom of many owners of autos to use
them for hire whenever anything spec
ial is going on without taking out a
license and it is agaiust this custom
that several of the auto owners are pro
Hogs at auction &t. 10:30. S page
Big sale Sat. at WOodry's market,
10:30 and 1:30. See ad for particulars:
cm pago 5. I
The Marion county grand Jury was
in session yesterday and it is whispered j
about that several sensational indict- j
ments are anticipated. It is understood !
that tho grand jury has been inves-i
tigating the sale by druggists of a mix
ture and bitters containing more alco
hol than the law allows and that the1
bitters were sold as a beverage and not i
for medicinal purposes. There is also a
suspicion that the grand jury will takei
into consideration the parties who have'
bought these bitters taking the stand!
that the purchaser is equally guilty with
the man who sells in violation of thej
law. Anyhow, there is an insistent ru-
mor that something is about to break!
loose in this line of rather a sensation-1
Ladies Hat Special
A wonderful collection of Hats at prices made
possible only by our direct buying methods.
See window display and prices
$1.98, $2.75 and $2.98
Our Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
COMMERCIAL and COURT STREETS, FORMERLY CHICAGO STORB
WHEV IK SALEM, OREGON,
I "A Heme Away from Home."
l Strictly Modern 1 per Day
i 100 Rooms of Solid Comfort
j Only Hotel in Busiueea District
Ecrry Tickets, Journal OSce
. P. C. McDonald for three and a half
years manager of the Salem Fruit Co.,
'ias resigned and will leave tomorrow
will hold its annual meeting on the
Portland. lie will be succeeded by Guy
K. Wileox, oiko of the Salem Fruit Co.'s
WARREN. At the Salem Hospital
Thursday, llay 30, 1918, Eli Warren
at the age of 75 years.
So far as known, the deceased has no
relatives in the city. A brother is liv
ing in the east but as yet has not been
located.. Mr. Warren was not married
and made his home living alone on
North Broadway street.
The body, is at the undertaking par
lors of Webb & Clough. The funeral
services will be held tomorrow after
noon from the Webb & Clough chapel.
Mr. Warren has been a resident of
Salem for the past 30 years.
IRRIGATION TOR 1918
For tho purpose of tryisig ro make
the nrrigation service more satifrtae-
tory the ciity Will be divided into two
districts so that each district will get
the full service off the plant upon the
(toy it rrigate.
The plan is to have the houses which
bear even numibers on the streets im
itate onlv on Mondav. Wedneadav. Fri
day and Sunklay, and the houses which
bear odd number on the street irri
gate only on Tuesday, Thursday, Sat )
imtey and Sunday. This plan win per
mit every house to irrigate four days
out of eacit wek.
The purpose of ths Water company
in furnishing water for irrigation is I
mrt to furnish all the wator a person
can run through the hose in the six
irrigation hours every day, but to furn
isfc enough water to keep the lawn in
condition. To use more than enough is
a wante. We will pump the usual I
amount of water and hop to fornish I
it more satisfactorily Salem Water,
usht fewer vo. u i
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personal Ufa from authentic incidents 18 Even dyed-in-the-wol pacifist will
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hope to heaven that tne "Mad Dog of fleeting, red-blooded American when
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