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THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1918.
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SOME MORE OF THOSE POPULAR
Voile Waists -
Have just arrived, and you will find them extra
food values at gc
We have some more of those good Middy Blouses
for both girls and women. They are made of excel
lent grade of white' middy twill trimmed with de
tachable blue flannel collars, and are priced JJ 9g
All Around Town
June 21. Annual meeting
nembera Balem Commercial club
Jane 23. War Savings Stamp
mass meeting at armory.
Jun 24-28 War Savings Stamp
June 26. Concert 'of Salem
Apollo club at Opera bouse.
June 29. Homecoming Day.
July 21-27 Chautauqua week.
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn fits eyes cor
rectly. U. B. National Bask Bldg. U.
TH funeral beautiful." Webb &
Clougu Co, tf.
Charles Franklin and wife of Philo
math are in the city the guests of Mrs.
"I. Bunce, 1193 South Liberty street.
Mr. Franklin is a brother of Mrs. Bunce.
Miss Ethel Lacey and Miss Marie
Kinney of San Francisco are in the city
for a two week's viHit with William
Lorchon. The young ladies aro cousins
of Mr. Lerchen.
Miss Gladys Irvine, formerly with
the Independence postoffice, is in the
city for a short visit. She has received
an appointment in the post office ser
vice at Astoria. ,
Ralph E. White, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. White, -left yesterday for Van
couver, having enlisted in the quarter
master's corps. His brother1 is already
in the army.
Miss Alice Powell, who has been visit
ing at the hom0 of Mr. ana Mrs. T. C.
Albert, left yesterday for Portland, ou
her way home to Chicago.
To attefld the annual pioneer's moot
ing Judgo P. H. D'Arcy and sistor Mifcs
Teresa D'Arcy left for Portland this
morning. They will visit several days
before returning. ,,
A Salem Lamp
"Who was it 'mongtit our city dads,
Endowed with spurious learning,
Concievod the -joke that they should
Let the lower lights bo burning! 1"
Two Oregon Boys .
; Die In Training Camps
Washington, Juno 20 The wax de
partment today made public the names
of soldiors who died in the Unitod
States during the week ending June
14. Included in the list are the names
ol soldiers wlhoi died in the United
States prior to the week mentioned
and sulNtequont .to Mareh 8. These are
indicated by an asterisk. They include:
Cadet Horace W. Wood, Milwaukee,
Private Mike Domote, St. Paul, Minn
Second Lieutenant Arthur E. Mazie,
Private V. E. Sorensun, St. Paul,
Private Viator S. Cloland, Biverton,
Martin E. Dairkas, Woodntock, la
Jamos E. Horithey, Chillieotho, 111
All v in J. Mi n roe, l-emmic, Iowa.
Corporal Rolbort C. Old, Spencer, la.
i Private Gilbert Skhal, liig Falls,
Private Arthur B. Miller, Colusa, Col
Karl 0. Bildorbacih, Corvallis, Or.
Walter B. Davis, Ashland, Or
Henry J. Goode, Kansas City, Kan.
John A. Karlson, Eureka, Cal.
Edward Arndt, Detroit Mieh.
Second Lioutonant Alanor li, Hansen,
Buran Mainad, Detroit, Mich.
Orvilla E, Boone, Indianapolis, Ind.
Elijah Johnson, Cincinnati, Ohio.
WHEN IK SALEM, OREGON,
"A Heme Away from Home,"
Strictly Modern $1 per Day
100 Booms of Solid Cmfort
Onlj Hotel in Business District
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL
STORES MAY CLOSE
TO ASSIST PICKING
Decision Will Come After All
Other Efforts to Secure
Pickers Fail .
The mooting of Snlem bnalneaa mnn
at the Commercial club rooms to dis
cuss the matter of closing the stores
and place of business generally so
that berry and- cherry pickers could be
provided for saving those crops, got
down to business promptly at 2 o'clock
this afternoon by tho selection, of W.
I. Stalcy as chairman. The discussion
some at 5 and each, and alll of them
tO haVA illRt. ihA Uma tflaoa finmn
wanted to close all day, some just for
iuo aiiorncon, some at 3 o'clock and
took a wide rnnire. nn tnn a nnnnrinir
had arguments as to whv bin nlnn wn
- It was finally' agreed that if it bo
came nfPfiSShrv - tlift Hiiainnaa nlnoni
would close, but no hour of closing
wore agreed on, that to come up if the
closing becomes necessary. In the
meanwhile committees are making a
ennvass cf the city for workers and
the Commercial clnh nnil tho ln.o!i,n.u
men have agreed to provido trans
portation to and from tho berry fields
or orcnarus ror an volunteering to
"Doc" Lewis, formerly with the Per
ry Drug store writes from Goat Island
that life in the service suits him about
right and that he is now serving as as
sistant druggist in the training camp.
Patton Plumbing Co., 385 Chemeketa
Phone 1096. We do Tepair work. Stove
and furnaces coiled. tf.
After Juna 21, my friends and pa
trons will find me in Moore building
on Court street, up first stairway cast
ox isrewer-s arug store. Phune 695.
Mary C. Rowland, M. D. 7-13
Secretary Baker In
Favor of Loyal Legion
Portland, ,Or., jjnno 30 Secretary
of War Baker is unqualifiedly in fav
or of the Loyal Legion of Loggers and
Tho spruce production, division of
the United State Biirnal corns todnv
made public a telegram from Baker
to Colonel Disque, commanding, in
wlhieh the secretary decllurcd tho L. L.
L. I "has iboon conducted, with the
guidance and assistance of the wnr de
partment and is a vital and intogral
part of thig department program."
Buker doclarod "any attempt to un
dermine its usefulness I should regard
with the most serious concern, partic
ularly at a time when tho maximum
strength of this country must bo fo
6used in tlfb production of supplies for
our fighting forces in franco."
Certain persons, it was explained at
division headquarters, hav been' seek
ing to discredit the legion by declar
ing it really obtains' (little considera
tion from the war government, ltakors
telogranv is considered their adequate
GARDENING IS A DUEL
From seod lints to prewiring- jar
the war gardnar mint fight tho alien
mamiat.. The. National War Gat-dan
Commission, of Wathington, will sand
you for a two-cnt stamp to pay fot
C a frea garden book toiling yoa
how to win this big drive. .
We are both called for duty in the army and must
report on June 30th.
Therefore, we kindly request of all our friends
who are indebted to us that they come in and settle
up their account or make satisfactory .arrange
ments for payment before Saturday, the 22nd.
SCOTT & PIPER,
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The funeral services of Mrs. Lewis
Stout, an Oregon pioneer, will be held
at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon from the
home at Mchama. Burial will be in the
iox Valley cemetery.
"The beet" is all you can do when
death comes. Call Webb & Clough Co.
Phone 120. tf
' Big dance at Sllverton Sat June 22
given by Co. H. Music by Suckow's
jazz orchestra. Come. 6-20
Curtis B. Cross and Claud Belle are
spending a f.ew days on the Willam
ette south o Eugene fishing, accord
ing to an announcement in an Eugene
Patriotic mass meeting at Brooks
school house SiTuday June 23d at 2:30
p. m., good music, speaking by Walter
I Tooze of Salem and others. Every
body urged to be present. Signed, Chair
man district 31. 6-21
To attend the Y. W. C. A. conference
Miss Certrudo Eakin, Mrs. C. A. Park
and Misg Helen Pearce left for SeaUeck
CAED OF THANKS
To the many dear friends and neigh
bors who stood by us in our time of
late sorrow we express our deep appre
ciation. For the tender words of sym
pathy kindly deeds tokens of beauti
ful flowers, offers of cars, etc., wo
thank you all. Gratefully, Mrs. Isabel
M, Wh'ite, Miss Cora L. Prcscott, Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Shiplor.
We sell for cash. Commencing July
1st we will conduct our businessn a
strictly cash basis. Patton 's Book
From Camp Travis, Texas, 90th div
ision enmes tho folowing news: Pri
vate Gilbert J. Kenno, medical depart
ment, has been transferred to Field
Hospital No. 359, Camp Travis, Texas.
Attention ladies. We are closing out
our Derby (gold line) pattern of Hav
iland China. Now is the time to fill in
pieces you are lacking. Cut prices while
it lasts. Hamilton's Furniture Store.
The Troubadours of your own home
town the Apollo club in concert,
Orand Opera house, Wednesday, June
0- Tickets 00 cents including reserv
ed seat, on sale by any club member
or at Will si Music store, Patton 's
Hook) store anld Myrtle Knowlafrid's
music store on Jourt St.
The city now has an Income of $60
or more a day, as long as the county is
using tlie city paving plant. The rent
is 7Mi cents per superficial square yard
and yesterday something over 800 yards
was paved on the Smem-Silverton road.
Mrs. Lulu Dahl-Miller, contralto, a
favorite in Portland, will assist in the
first semi-annual concert of the Apollo
eiuto, Opera House, June 20.
Too Apex Electric cleaner gets all
the dirt that can 'be gotten by any
vacuum cleaner and costs much less.
Let us give you a demonstration. C. 8.
The lady elevator girl is the latest
for Salem. She is employed at thc Hub
bard building and her name is Miss
Minnie lirecden. She says slio finds no
trouble at all in running an elevator,
."vcn the one in the Hubbard building.-
This is not her first time holding down
a job now considered women's work
as for six mouths she worked as street
car conductor at Murphysboro, Illinois.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their many acts of kind
ness and sympathy during our recent
'bereavement, and also for the many
beautiful floral offerings. Mrs, Belle
f ero and family.
In an automobile collision last even
ing at Marion and Cottage streets, Mrs.
A. C. Rahlke suffered several severe
cuts and an injured hand when their
car in which she and her husband were
driving was overturned by a Hudson
driven 'by Henry Vandervort, alderman
elect for the second ward. The Ford
driven by Mr. Rahlke was considerably
I want to buy stock hogs weighing
115 lbs. and over Phone evenings 2357J
Call and fee our Apex Electric clean
er. It is the best suction cleaner we
have handled. Sold on easy terms- C. S.
Hamilton's Furniture store.
The announcement a year or so ago
by Vick Bros., of the arrival of a ear
load of 1 ords was not of any great spec
ial interest as it waaaan. almost weekly
event. It is not 80 now and hence the
fact that the firm really received a car
load today may be of interest to those
on the waiting list.
Trunks, bags and suit cases for your
vacation trip at Hamilton s.
Companions of Hodson Council No.
1, . & S. M., take notice. Hodson
council No. 1 will go to McMinnville
on Satin-day evening June 22d.Those
wishing to go wall please phone to L.
F. Carleton; phono 76, and make res
ervation' for auto ride. By order of
Thrice 111. Master.
Prof. Florlan Von Eschen will leave
in a day or so on a canvassing tour in
lim mil-rest ui itiuuutuue uuivorsiij
visiting towns along this coast, begin
ning at Tillamook, Prof. J. T. Matthews
wil also spend some time interesting
students in the University, going first
to Portland. Dean Alden will devote his
timo to the interest! of the University
in Salem and surrounding towns.
Bargains in dishes. For the next few
days we will sell all patterns we are
closing out at a big reduction. Ham
Porch, shades' ajnd refrigerators at
The 65 men who are to entrain for
Camp Lewis Wednesday June 26, are
ordered to report to thfl exemption
board at the court house on the morn
ing of tho 2fith at 10 o'clock when final
instructions will be given and the men
also given the chance to' pr.epare their
allotment papers as well as insurance,
The flurry in gasoline is over and
and things are running along smoothly
with a 22-cents per gallon price by all
three of the gasoline companies. Accord
ing to the best of reports, there is no
prospects of a gasoline shortage but on
account of the advance in railroad rates,
there is an impression that before long
the price may be jumped up two cents.
Hence those who were forehcaded
enough to buy liberally the first of the
week, are sua on the eato si.
The funeral services for '-Joseph A
Martin who died June 13 in a naval
hospital at Chelsea, Mass., will be held
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the
chapel of Webb & Clough. Burial will
b.3 in the Pioneer cemetery four, miles
from Brooks. Death was due to lobar
pneumonia. The body arrived in Salem
this morning and was seven days com
ing from Massachusetts. It is probable
that marinos will come from Portland
to act as yall bearers.
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The Cherrian band has accepted an
invitation to play at Eugene during thc
Fourth of July celebration at that city.
John Oraber, manager, says the band
had several invitations, but as the Eu
gene folks wrote that they wanted the
best band in the valley with zu pieces.
he considered the Cherrian band filled
the bill. Henae during the celebration,
although four bands will furnish music
for the day, the Cherrian baud will
lead the procession and also give tliQ
afternoon band concert.
It is estimated the cherry crop will be
less than half of normal and some places
tho yield as low as 30 per cent. The
prunes aro beginning to drop due to
warm weather, but this is a habit that
fruit has, just thinning itself. If. there
is a shower within the next weck the
crop will pull through all right. The
lightness of the cherry erop is said to
be due to the cold weather in-April
which did considerable damage besides
The call for six special men to leave
for Sail Francisco to undergo training
at the expense of the government has
bnen filled and no more volunteers will
be accepted. Yesterday Frank Dewitt of
the Schei clothing store volunteered and
Orin A. La Course of Geary,' Indiana.
Mr. La Course was registered from Sa
lem. He was recently married to Miss
Marcella Bynon, daughter of Fred S.
Bynon, now of Geary, Ind., He wished
to come to Salem and spend a low
days with his mother before going into
The state tooi administration .today
sent out orders that the limit on the
purchase of sugar for canning purposes
will hereafter be 25 pounds. A card must
bo signed stating that the sugar is to
be used for canning and no other pur
pose. The regulation still holds good
whereby town folks are limited to two
pounds purchase at a time and those
not living in town to a five pound pur
chase. Throe pounds a month to each
person is the limit.
The T. W. C. A. camp has been post
poned until next Monday morning when
tho start w" be niado at 8 o'clock.
Transportation well be furnished those
who wish to go to the Miller orchards
five miles from town. After the work
is completed, transportation will be fur
nished for those who will work in other
fields. At the Miller ramp, the work will
be cherry picking. It is expected that
at least 30 girls will go with this Y.
W. C. A. camp, to be ehaperoned by
Miss McFadden. Miss Florence. Cleve
land, secretary ef the T. W. C. A. an
nounces that applications may be filed
with her for ttle Monday morning camp.
War Stamp llass Meeting
Next Sunday Afternoon
Two oi the most eloquent speakers
in the state will deliver addresses next
Sunday afternoon at the mass meeting
to be held at the -armory at 3 o'clock
in the interests of the coming war
savings stamp campaign.
At Ix Mills, president of -the First
National bank of Portland, is not on
ly one of the big business men of the
state, (but is also regarded as one of
the most forceful speakers, with a mes
sage well worth hearing.
Judge Stephen A. Lovell of Pendle
ton is also an orator of note and re
garded as one of tho clear thinking
men of eastern Oregon- The committee
feels that it has been especially for
tunate in having Judge Lovell deliver
an address before the Salem people.
The meeting Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock is a mass meeting and it is for
the public in order that all may hear
some truths regarding the war savings
stamps and also one's duty in support
ing the government in securing the
vast amounts necessary for successful
ly prosecuting the war.
No subscriptions or pledges will be
taken at this mass meeting.
Word was received today of the death
of Mrs. Frances Houser in Boseburg
at tha Mercy hospital. She had been
ill bat a few days. She was well known
in Salem having visited here"' several
times with her sister, Mrs. Dave Trestor
of 1148 Norway street.
Sergeant Charles David, officer in
charge of tho local army recruiting sta
tion received word this mornig of the
death of his "bunkie" with whom he
served five years at Fort Worden, Wash
iiiL'ton and can Francisco. lLo was kill
ed on the western front in France and
was a member of the 65th heavy field
The women aliea living in Salem
and on the nine rural routes are not ro
sponding very fast to the call to come
in and register. When the Uerman men
aliens were ordered to register some
time ago they responded at once to the
number of 25. So far about a dozen
women have registered at the postoffice
and police station and it is figured that
quite a number more will be obliged
to register before next Wednesday even
Alderman Ward Is In favor of remit
ting the license for a time to any truck
owners who would do their share in
carrying peopln out to the loganberry
fields early -In the morning and calling
for them at noTjn, provided of course
the truck drivers would charge a nom
inal sum, about1 10 cents for each trip.
It is figured that 30 or 40 people could
b.3 accommodated on a truck and that
the owner would break even at ten
cents a head if the fields were close in.
Tho big problem seems to be that of
getting volunteers, to the fields and
Three commissions in' the Oregon
Guard w,ere received, today from the
commanding officers in Portland, by
-Major A. A. Hall and the officers ap
pointed have been ordered to report to
the commanding ofv-".ors of the First
regiment, Oregon Guard, to be assigned
for duty. The newly commissioned offi
cers are James W. Jones, advertising
manager of tha Capital J ournnl with the
rank of second lieutenant of infantry. I
Dr. C. E. Cashatt with the rank of First
lieutenant, medical corps and John F.
McCormick, who has been serving as
second lieutenant to the rank of captain
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It ia understod that Dr. Carl Gregg
Doney who has beien in France since
early in the year, will arrive in New
York city about July 18. At a recent
meeting of the trustees of the Univer
sity he was requested to go to Wash
ington to confer with the military ant"
orities regarding an instructor for Wil
lamette University the coming year. Be
fore returning to Salem he will make
several stops to confer with candidates
who have applied for teaching positions
in the University. Thneo positions are to
be supplied in the music department and
a successor to Dr. John O. Hall. It is
thought that Dr. Doney will arrive in
the city about the first week in August
when tha people of Salem will be given
their first chance to hear of news from
the scat of war viewed by one of our
o'wA home folks.
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Police Officers 7. E. Wright and O. F.
Victor of the Salem department, have
been subpoenaed by the federal author
ities to appear in Portland as witnesses
in a case involving the unlawful trans
portation of liquor into the state of Ore
gon. It will be remembered that Wright
and Victor, arrested Clias. Cook and
End of Season Sale on
At Greatlv Reduced Prices
Coats $11. 90, $14. 90, $16. 75
Suits.. ...$12.90 to $20.00
Our Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
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Marion County Girls
Enjoy Life at Ccrvams
Alice Jaquet and Margarete Bahnsen
two of the girls attending the two
week's summer course at the O. A, C.
aro having a good time according to
letters written County Superintendent
Smith The girls were given the two
week's course having won prizes at
the last state fair.
Margarete Bahnsen, who won for the
good work she did in sewing writes
as follows: "We arrived here safely
yesterday morning and are certainly
having a fine time. There are 16 of
us girls Haying here in a sorority house
We have two assemblies a day and are
going to do Bed Cross work from now
on. I wish to thank you for the work
you did to make it possible for me to
Alice Jaquet, who keptVour dairy
cows and made the best record at the
last state fair, writes Mr. Smith as fol
lows: "We arrived safely at Corvallis
and we are getting along fine. I am
sure that I wil be greatly benefitted
by this trip and I Want to thank you,
for all yon have done to make this trip
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CAPE COAT FOB MOTORING, WITH SEMI-BELT EFFECT AND PATCH
Chas. M. Soernsen, on November 30th,
last, while they were in tho act of
transferring a lot of liquor, from an
.early morning S. P. train to a local au
tomobile. The arrest of these two men
and the seizure of the liquor, led to the
arrest of thirty-seven other men engag
ed in the unlawful transportation of
liquor, and to tho breaking up of one
of tho strongest organiznitons of this
kind on the coast. The two officers,
Wright and Vietor, are well pleased
with the result of their arrest on. that
beautiful Thanksgiving morn. ' '
Whito Beans per lb - 10c
30a package Cream of Barley 22c
20c Mrs. Stewart Blueing 13c
50e Koyal Baking Powder 39c
We have still a fine stock of Shoes
on which we will save you 50 per cent.
We have one small computing scale,
worth $6.00, $2.00 wil take it.
It pays to trade at the
FARMERS CASH STORE
Opposite Court House