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ilOKDAT, JTXE 17, 1918.
As we were Saturday wiilf extra help to take care of the large numbers, which
we. had expected, still there were some who we were unable to wait on prompt
ly. Of this we are truly sorry.
However Every Day Is
. C. Penney Co. Store
And we will be able to give you prompt attention, and the best of merchandise if
.1 il. I IV 1 . Tl
ai me Lowest rnce any nine you neea it.
All Around Town
June 17. i Patriotic Mass
Meeting at armory, 'Wake Up
June 17. Election of two
school director in Salem. Vote
2 p. m. until 7 p. m.
June 17. Annual Musicals of
Miss Beatrice Sholton, Congre
gational church, 8 p. ni.
June . 17-26. Female alieni
' June 18. Band concert Will
ion park. "
June 21. Annual meeting
member! Salem Commercial club
June 23. War Savings Stamp
mass meeting at armory.
June 24. War Savings Stamp
June 28. Concert of Salem
'Apollo elub at Opera bouse.
Dr. 14. P. Mendelsohn fits eyes cor
rectly. U. S. National Bank Bldg. tl.
"The funeral beautiful." Webb ft
Clough Co. tf.
The Ladies Aid, Society of the Metho
dist, church at l'ratura has postponed
its meeting announced to he livid o.',xt
Wednesday at the homo of Mrs. Bice.
eombine near and far vision in
lens without unsightly lines or
use of two pairs of glasses.
In the lower part of Kryptok glasses
you get the neeewwiry correction for
reeding r other close work. In the
upper ptrt you get the correction for
I make a specialty of correctly fit
ting Kryptok glasses.
If yov have trouble with your glasses
and are not getting the pleasure from
your reading on account of your eyes,
come to me and I will fit yon with
Kryptok nd your troubles will be
. My. .5 year of practical experienee
will fit Your ere eorrectlv.
I guarantee satisfaction and my
charges are very reasonable.
M. JL P. MENDELSOHN
21011 United State National ,
. . . Bank Building.
; PHONE 110.
Fatton Plumbing Co., 385 Chemeketa
Phone 1096. We do repair work. Stoves
and furnaces coiled. tf.
After June 21, my friends and pa
trons will find me in Moore building
on Court streot, up first stairway east
of Brewer' drug store. Phone 695.
Mary C. Bowland, M. D. 7-13
Sergeant Floyd Stratum who has been
visiting at tho home of K. A. Dunigan,
has left for Camp Lewis. He is tho son
of W. E. Stratton of Eugono and has
been in tho U. S. Sorvice for the past
Oregon Hectrio change In schedule.
On and after Monday Juno 17th trains
No. 63 and 04 will too discontinued
and No. 9 and H will have daily
Woodburn connection, scheduled as
"The bsst" Is all you can do when
death comes. Call Webb & Clough Co.
Phone 120. , tf
The Oregon Electric train between
Salem and Woodburn, run for the ac
comodation of those attending school in
Salem has been discontinued. The train
arrived in Salem from Woodburu at
3:05 p. in. and returned at 3:30 p. m.
etc., at auction
Soe Pttge 8.
Wed., 555 8
Today la the day young people
should begin some practical work "at
the C&pi'tal Business college. Many
are planning to entrr, will you be ono
young lady, to prepare to take the
placer of some young man who is call
ed t the Bervice of his country. You
caa do his work in a business office if
yett luttvo tho requisite training,
The regular meeting of Chadwlck
chapter No. 37. Ore&er Eastern Star
will be held Tuesday evening of this
week. The event is to be a social affair
to which all members and their families
Auction sale Wed. 1 p.
Liberty St See pago 8.
Don't .fall to hear Miss Ada Miller
and Alfred Schramm in duct end solo
niHubem, (at First Congregational
church this evening, 8:13,
... E. T. Watkina for three year agent
for WelbjFargo express company in Sa
lem has been granted a leave of ab
sence on account of illness. He will be
succeeded by H, E, Harrison, formerly
ngeut at Dallas for the company. Mr.
Walking will probably return to his
former home in Michigan to recuperate.
: i .
Hear program by pupils of Mis Bea
trice hholton this evening' ot IFirst
Congregational church at 8:15.
Patriotlo numbers will feature pro
gram by eonior etas of Miss Sholton
at First Congregational church this
evening at 8:15.
There will be such a great demand
for labor to harvest the crops not only
in this section but everywhere, that it
is not improbablo that a house to house
canvass will be made and the names se
cured of all boy and girls above the
age of 14 years who are doing noth
ing. This announcement was made by
a man familiar with food and labor
conditions. If this should be done, it
would probably come through the food
administration or the local labor bur
eau, acting directly under orders from
the department of agriculture.
E. O. Green, who resides on the Iron
ton fruit tracts, brought a tins box of
strawberries to this office today. Only
19 berries were required to fill the box
Mr. Green says that the hot weather r
duced this berry crop materially and thai
gardens have been greatly injured by
the aphis this year.
The local exemption board today re
ceived a call for six special men, vol
unteers, who are qualified as machinists
or who hav.9 some training in that line
They are to leave for San- Francisco
July 1, where the government will give
thorn a Bpccial course of training and
assign them to duty at once, with the
probabilities of going soon to Franca
The six men wanted must volunter at
the local exemption' board before June
It has been announced that blue over
alls and jumpors have supplanted blue
serge Buits for the motormen of tho
Portland Hailway, Light and Power
company employes at Portland. This or-d.-r
has not as yt become effective
with tho Salem motormen. The action in
Portland was taken on account of the
high price of blue serge suits. It was
thought at one time the motormen would
wear khaki but as the government want
ed all the khaki manufactured, the
Portland motormen compromised on
jumpers and overalls.
Two Speeders yesterday were nabbed
by tho speed cops. Benjamin Peterson
of Silvorton put up $5 and said it was
not convenient for him toiome to town
for trial until Wednesday. Tho tinvo was
given with the understanding that if
lie did not appear his (5 would be con
fiscated. B. B. Case of Vancouver, Wasln
ington, said he wasn't going very fast,
but officer Smith said it figured 30
miles an hour. Ho was somewhat peeved
and niado some remarks which didn't
prevent him from depositing $5 for tin
o . . , I
Tht steamer City t)f Eugene, property
of the Spaulding Logging company, af
ter 13 years ot active service and two
years on the retired list, has f inully clos
ed its career. During' tho past week the
steamer has been dismantled and tlw
boiler romoved to more active service ii)
the mill. Tho boat was used by Spauld
ing's mostly for towing logs and gon.
oral carrying to the paper mills.
The annual camp meeting of the
United Evangelical church will be held
at (juinaby beginning July 25, and clos
ing August 4. The program -is as fol
lows: July 25 and 26: Sunday schoo'
and Keystone League of the Christian
Kndeavor convention. July 27: Woman's
Homo and Foreign Missionary conven
tion. July 28 to August 4: Bible con
ference nud camp meetings. The OL?fu
tivp committee include the Rev. 8. S
Mumey, Guy H. Stover, I. H, Frnnhnm
the Bov. G. L. Lowll and J. L. Bums
Ben F. Beckwith who registered a
year ago with the local exemption board
giving his sddrens ui 313 South F street
Silverton, is showing the correct pat
riotic spirit. Although he is now work
ing in the ship yards in Portland and
therefore given deferred classification
ho isn't satisfied that he is doing his
duty and writes the local exemption
board as follows: "Your of the 13th
was received this morning, stating that
I could stay with the shipbuilding, or
go to Camp Lewis. Well, I am glad to
go and do my duty. Kindly let me know
if I can leave from Portland and will
I have to report at Salem and if so,
what date and hour,"
KELLET. At the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. G. H. Jewett, 1206 North
Commercial street, June 16, 1918, Mrs.
Jane E. Kelly at the age of 87 years.
The body will be taken to Marshall
Wisconsin for burial. The funeral ser
vines were held this afternoon from the
Webb. .St Clough chapel and were eon
ducted by the .Kev. K. N. Avison.
PEROi At the home of his son, at 1215
ftorth Commercial street, J una 16
1918, Edward A. Pero at the age of
M years. Until recent years he had
been employed at th Kay Woolen mills.
Besides hi wife, he is survived by
three daughters and one son. The daugh
ters are Mrs. B. H. Davis of Portland
Mrs. J. B. Acheson of Hood Biver and
Mrs. Meivin Matteson ot Akron, New
York. The son is Edward H. Pero of
1215 North Commercial straet.
The funeral services will be held at
the Bigdon chapel at 10 o'clock Wed
nesday morning and burial will be in
the Lee Mission cemetery.
PRESCOTT. At her home 632 South
Commercial street, Saturday June 15.
1918, Mrs. Augustus Prescott, at the age
oi eo years.
Her husband died about one year ago.
one is survived by two daughters Mrs,
Isabel White and Mios Cora Prescott of
Salem and a granddaughter. Mrs, T. J.
Sniper of Polk county.
J. lie funeral services will be held from
the residence Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock and will be conducted by the
Rev. J. Bowersox and John E. Fes.
of Portland. Burial will be in the City
ROLAND. At the Deaconess hospital
sunaay, June ie, Jl, to Mr. and
Mr, Guy B. Roland, of Jeforson, a
She has been named Dorris Caroline
Harold O. Whit and Miss Anna
Moore were married yesterday at the
nodule of the bride's parents, 209 South
lytn street. lhn ctremony was perform
ed by the Eev. Jones. oX the Christian
The depot quartermaster of Fort Ma
son, tauf,, has written the Commercial
club asking information in regard to
kinds and food values of this valley and
such other information that will aid
him in buying his supplies.
Although It appeared, a trifle chilly
this morning, the government offi
cial thermometer recorded 53 as the
lowest temperature for tho night with
bS at B:dO o'clock this morning. Th!
rivor has been gradually falling until
today it is three tenns of a foot below
The first Chorrian band concert of
the season will be given tomorrow even-
ug at 8 o'clock from tho band stand
in vvaison park. Another is scheduled
for Friday evening and hereafter on
Tuesday and Friday evenings of each
week, beginning at 8 o'clock.
Notwithstanding the fact that the day
of weekend rates are, gone, 65 people
bought tickets over the Oregon Eectric
for Portland Saturday afternoon. And
they all had to rido in the regulation
day coach as the parlor car has been on
only for the morning train to Portland
Employes of freight houses will be
given plenty of time to die in their
gardens horeafter, as an. order went in
to effect today whereby the offices
close at 4 o 'clock each afternoon and on
Saturdays at 1 o'clock. This is a gov
ernment order, based on the fact that
many freight employes were leaving for
positions that gave them more favor
Two young men today enlisted In the
navy. .Raymond L. Savage enlisted as
second class seaman and Boland G. Al
len the same, both going to Bremerton
for th,, preljminary training. A fow
days ago Hurbert W. McDonald and
his twin brother, Hubert B. McDonald
ago 21, both of Shedd, enlisted as sec
oud class seamen. Wlion the young mai)
enlists as second class seaman, this en
ow tor a Bigger
To Make Things Hum
Closing Out of
AT STARTLING REDUCTIONS
See Window Display and Prices
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWESL -
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Streets Formerly Chicago Store
. I am ready to guar
antee you reliable
optical service with
quality and workman
ship the best, which
means satisfaction to
and correctly fitted
for all defects.
DR. A- McCULLOCH,
v . Optometrist '
204-5 Salem Bank of
titles him to several privileges one of
which is rapid advancement. That is
if the young man has any special qual
ifications, after the preliminary train
ing, h.9 is placed where he can do tho
best work and show that he is qual
ified for promotion.
Fred A. Steusloff county food admin
istrator announces that no change lias
been made in the amount of sugar ttia
can be purchased by a housekeeper for
canning purposes. This is 100 pounds.
Tlws limitation for ordinary purchase
is two pounds for those living in two'
and five pounds for those living in tb
The hours for the election of two
school directors are from 2 o'clock this
afternoon until 7 o'clock in the evening
Thore is but. one election booth and
that is at the former Bed Cross head
quarters on State street, just opposite
The Spa. Any person eligible to vote
may cast a ballot. There is no property
qualification and even if "one has not
registered, this does not prevent voting
provided one is eligible to vote in this
district. Four candidates are in the field
Harley O. White-and Chauncey Bishop
representing the present policy of the
board and the Bev. H. E. Pemberton
and A. F. Marcus of South Salem the
other side of the proposition.
Prosecute Jeremiah 0 Leary
Now York, June 17. Delancy Ni-
coll, one of the leading criminal law
yers of New York and H. Snowden
Mnrshlall. former United States dis
trict attorney, will have charge of the
prosecution of Jeremiah 0 'Leary on
charges of treason, it was announced
by the government today.
Alexis U'JUeary, one of the U'JjenTy
brother, was on uho witnes stand to
day in the trial of John 0 'Leary,
charged with assisting? Jeremiah to
flee from New York May 7. x
Fourth Liberty Loan
Washington, June 17. The govern-
W. W. Huntley and wife of Brooks
were in the city over Sunday. Mr. Hunt
ley has enlisted in the navy going into
the engineer's corps and will leave in a
day or sofor Bremerton.
D. H. Talmadge of the Halsey Enter
prise was in Salem over Sunday. Mrs.
Halsey left for Newport to remain two
Sam Gerig of Mill City was in Salem
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Finlay, formorly
of Salem were here from Portland over
Sunday. Mr. Finlay is employed at the
Albina Machine Works, Portland.
William Butte formerly of Salem waf
in the city yesterday.
W. A. Persey, after having lived some
Judge Keliey Is Given
ms mi :
. TRAN CREDIT.
I Special for This Week J
Only. : '
25c Carvlonsis Talcum Towder,
I Rexall -18e T
25c Violet Dulce Talcum
I 75c.Tcilct Water, Kose, Violet. '1
t Lilac ......... 49e
I 33c Bubbcr Gloves 27e I
f We ss-ve You 5 with our cash
. . register check. ,, u
PERRY'S DRUG STORE
WE SELL FOE CASH
ment is preparing to launch the fourth
liberty loan in October, approximately
a $6,000,000,000 issue, the largest of
any nation during the war to date, at
o imereas.THTo or yj per coot.
Secretary MeAdoo informed bankers
they will bo expected during the next
four months to assume $4,000,000,000
in treasury certificates and $2,000,
000,000 additional will be offered to
Plans for the next great loan are
rapidly being formulated. Posters, but
ton and valuable war trophies to as
sist in arousing enthusiasm, already
have been tentatively selected.
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL
Attorney General Brown has the dein
ocratic as well as tho republican nomi
nation for the office of attorney gen
eral. He received 6oa democratic vote.
Congressman Havvley has the demoerat
io nomination for congress from this
Circuit Judge Kelly of this district
has the democratic nomination for the
supremo bench, getting 339 votes.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Churchill has both repuiblkan and dem
For labor commissioner C. H. Gram
ha both nominations.
For public service commissioner Fred
A. Williams who got the republican
nomination by a majority of 646 also
got the democratic nomination by a
majority of two, bis veto being 260
against 238 for Miller.
time in Calgary, Canada, hava return
ed to make their home in this city. He
reports business and salaries good at
Calgary but that tho living expense
are much higher than in this section.
Boy Bay who niado an auto trip Fri
day last to tlw coast, -returned yester
ee ITnruh of the Commercial Printing
Company is in Portland.
F. J. Fletcher of Silverton is register
ed at the Bligh.
W. C. Cowgill, former Salem news
paper man, is now in Corvallis.
Don't Miss It
High Class Household,
Furniture, Rugs, Etc.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1 9, AT 1 :30 P. M
555 So. Liberty Street
Consisting of 1917 Maxwell Touring Car in first
class shape, $850 Mahogany Studio Auto Player Piano
with Rolls nearly new, 1 Axminster Rug 9x12
beautiful design-new, ,1 Axminster Rug 9x12 for liv
ing room, 1 velvet Brusssels Carpet 13x14, 1 Brus
sels Carpet 9x12, 1 Oak Buffet with plate glass Mir
ror, 1 Ouartered Oak Round Extension Table, 4 Oak '
Diners, 2 upholstered Oak Rockers 1 upholstered Oak
Sewing Rocker, 1 Child's Chair, 1 very fine Maple Chif
fonier, 1 large Oak Dresser, 1 Oak Chiffonier, 1 Drop
Leaf Table, 2 Kitchen Chairs, 2 pairs Portiers, Lace
Curtains, Hall Rack with Mirror 4 doz. Fruit Jars, 1
White Enamel Bed, 2 good Mattresses, 1 Coil Spring,
4-gal. Wash Tub, Copper bottom Boiler, 1 Carpet
-Swcenar, 1 Clark Jewell Gas Range, Dishes, Kitchen
Utensils and many other, things.
Note: Everything offered in this sale is nearly new,
and suitable for the paricular buyer, the owner is.
moving to California and everything offered will be
sold, so be there on time . Terms fish .
T. F. RHODEN. Owner,
555 S. LIBERTY.
P. N. WOODRY,
THE AUCTIONEER, Phone 610-511