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THE PLACE OF PLACES
TO BUY YOUR NEW FALL WEARING APPAREL IS AT THE
T3u. 'A mm' "ill ni"m
I H "A VE 0UR EXPERT BUYERS, WHO HAVE SPECIALIZED ON LA-
""'VJ iM rdowiu t-JiiJMTlSKSAiNH THEY ARE AL
WAYS ON THE LOOKOUT FOR THE LATEST AND BEST THE MAR-
tEJF0RDS' IX THIS WAY WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN ABLE TO
PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS, AND GIVE THEM A SERVICE THE ONE
?R?IERCHANT CANNT GIVE. THEN ALSO THERE IS THE
Jru ! unlJ FACT0R 0F BUYING F0R 0UR M STORES IN
PJVRGE QUANTITIES, WHICH ENABLES US TO GET THE LOW-
LPf5SS- THIS SAVING STAYS IN YOUR PURSE. WE ARE RE-
iu vail.1 THE IN E WEST IN
roimo I own
! . I
Sept. 12. Thursday; hvistra
tiou t voting i u.;t s of nil
men between 1 ami '21 and SI
to 4ii years of ;n;e.
.Sept". 12 I': t . "A (ireat
I.ovc" at Oregon theatre.
Oregon !ate Fair Sew. 23
2S. Sept. 14.01d Tire Day" ia
Salem. Eed Cross Benefit.
Sept. 30 NIumI days begin
Special meeting of De
Molav t'oinm.iitdfrv No.
". K. T.. tliis neiiing
Work in the Temple iK
Visiting Sir Knights weli-onie.
dance tonight Moose hall.
New Sk; .
Ladies' Coats and sJ
i Dr. Mendelshon is back in his office
i and is at your service tl
"The funeral beautiful.' "Webb ft
IClough Co. tf
The reuort of the condition of tha
ll'iuted Klates National bank, of Sal, mi. . :
, at the close of business, Autinst SI, is
printed in tndav's oarer. It shows to-.
i tnl resources of l ii.": osa 1
New York cars vuu a little higher In
license number than those of ( trefoil
A car will, tag nunilier lii,il."i(i from
New Vork passed through the citv to
day. W ith his party of four Mr. I'iescli
lias been i n the way since .him- S, s'op
pinjr for a .week or tuo each at Men
vor, sje it tie and I'orlhind.
Big dauce tonight Moose hall.
The demand for houses, both furnish
ed and unfurnished is very jjreat just
now. I!ut thev have to l.v niodern'
V. Memcycr. the real estate man at
fair snoei. is turning down, a
do., oi or none applicants everv day. So
it there should If,, anyone with such
properly available they can obtain
iiiu k service I'v phoniui,' him at 1(100
Big dance tonight Moose hall.
I KKZ'"4 C0L0RS AX0 STYI t
HSE5 $14.75 TO $47.50
ZZiz ?2"0 TO $45.00
"!'v,- ', C. M. Lmerv nf K,m p,i...
,.... ;cse,m i!; the .Mitomoldle lilue Hook
"aa' "u ucin-i. ivitius jjiiiw orore. is ,,, t ... .....I.:.. . . ..... . .
s- . . . I "Il " 'mi IS I HIT III lit In-Ill Pi'i
uiiou, m uoor east or lrey-, oni ot r.ads nnd nroner hotels x, l,.,,..i...
"vKunuviy. tt.lourists icav f nd it , .
a, u4. cvciy luursuay . 1" Ml ill' cs til U ....., I :. ...;n
in 1 S.. 1 . . T i , , i ' " SI III
"'a ''nun u, I 1L' i s. l.l .eorooK mil tmimr f I.:.. i
,.! w ., , ' ;7 ' " ' - " 1:1 "ls ,on to to ilc all
' " m,-u- tl cniinues in roads mi, l,otl
Toi, Tjiim 77 ,,. ' 1;,,i"Ils i" f'"' norlhivest.
John Phillies, an old sold er 71 ve.irs
old was found liy tire police trampiiio
his way to visit a dauhter in Califoi"
ma. He said he had no pension and no
money for traveling epcxii-es. The po
lice gave him hiding ;,,i lueakl'ast.
In the Civil war lie was with t !... n
tth Iowa cavaliv.
'y S" ' "" www"
old mww 18
Herbert Unney and wife of JeftVr
rm aif registered at the Biigli.
W. T. Deninrest of Mvrtle I'oint,
Oregon is in the city.
Dr. H. H. Scovei will return to Ka-
'"in, attjr a year's absence in Daven
li3ft, Iowa, lie has been sgtudvin.r in
hi.ropnictie schools in the east "
J: ! r, T"(J?-V ttruc-t3 were signed
S: X:f'arl t'i ?mj,t president
Dr. Oon-.y Signs Contract With
War Department to Care
for zsu bGidiers
Umette I mversiiy, witU the war de
railment, whereby ho university agrees
i i,..f')'. .s.".ir".s.tuats of the Stu-
' ' ' - y i raining corps such trnin-
STIFPLKR.-To Mr. and M L j a ' war partmeiit approves.
Ktiffler, Sept. 9, lit IK, nt the iioiu'e of u-, ," War 'I''-tment will
is,w J.yneli, 897 South Pil'leenth , stuiientg wtth tmiforius.
Ii-v '"! "oaru, iurmsh nil army coiiin
iment In ! udinur l,,i i.i.., , 1
.,ii ., -o. . " . " u,""ers anil
!U military text books. The university
i agrees to conform t M 0tn,i.....i "
Originally the plan was that each sol.
, ' . ,)e paid :iu a mouth and
When eiimiiif, ) Monmouth, students , ""s Sllm' t'1" student soldier
C urL'entlv im,iCi,i j . i Wl,l'ld provide the ft Ynnti una ( i, i
i'ie nryi'iir v cnn,ic.i i.. ., i
i 1 111 l!IKo tie i ,..,,,1, i: J, , -- t"i"""vo i ins nnr
iviuthern Pn.- f ,. x...;.. .-, , Mack lite incliidin, t,.,,.,i at ,
, ; nnins iMmtiav, ' ,.,.., 4 u "ie army
H-tcmber 15, (oaviny- Tortland at 2:20 1 "f ft , 1)1'!1('tw,"1!y pny all expense's
"ii't'i it ( ;M!)i j. I , , , , r s -vtrc list g
I', m and 3:50 p. ,.; or Sale.n.Falls 1 ,nfl ', '"f' roRard'M f whe his
(i(y trains leaving Salem at 4-l.T p , .u,a" 'ler may be called.
"11,1 . 5:58 p m. Purchase tickets by way ! m. " l,r,,,,,!,? the old medical
of Dallas. J. II. Ackerman, President " iZT T" m",,u,8 wil1 hp ed a. bar-----..
s fl"- H'V 20 or 250 students of the
army trainina corns. ;1 1 ),,,: ,, i. t,; i,.
:iot been detimtely decided. The build-1
mis. inning room space for 22.) or
i 'nolo ana on the three floors there is
I ample barrack room for as muiiv, al
lowing each soldier the custonialv !.;
sipiaiv feet of floor sjiace and Oui'l cu
bic feet of air space.
The army regulations, instead of re
quiring fou,. teruia of n we(iks pmh
will ask three terms. The first win i.. i
gin Oct. 1 and extend to Iec 21 The
second term begin I)oe. ,'!0 and close-,
.March 22 nml tho ti,;,.,i i . .
Ar . .,, " . iuiui, oeuinning
March ol eliwes for the year on Juno
Dr. Doiiey wired the war doparhuvnt
t.Kmnrningas to what disposition
.should be made regarding n.. ,..sl
whether the war department would i
- ii-sjuiarion, or whether the
4. '"" '," 8,1 exI'(,"s" of about
rai-K' '-emodeled into ba
Anyhow, as the matter now slanda.
miiiw practically takes over
the IlVIIIL' OXDOna,. nf ... , .
,. . " . i - i iiiv nine in
tiiiH-ersity over tu. age of 18 year"
o becomes associated as a member of
" ui "i entrance, he be
comes as much n ..' ,
, .. " uuiier as
.-iiii-.r 1 1 ' 1 II 51 r , a ii c in I .
C-'"""". I)S 1L lift wnD nl n i
Big dance at Livesley hot) yards 4 miles
xoutli. 10 cent car fare, Tues., Thtirs.,
Hat." of each week. Union musii. Dance
all voti like, on ,: .e
"Cranberries raised in t.h
of fseaview Merc lieu,i yctcrdav bv
Mrs. P. L. Purviae. To one nn I'm,,', ;!;,',
iv,iih the cranberry a, groun in Oreu,,,,
jthey appeared more like a small sized
''rab apple, all of uhidi is pretty ,.tl
evidence that the coast lands of Ore- '
you in the iiei.u'hl.firhood of .eaview '
is fine for cranberry raising. !
Save all your cull anniea tti
- --1-1---", wuuv
Mini needs the vinegar. ve p.,v hig!,.
est cash pri,.., I'mit taken after Aug.
-0. Gideon Slolz Co., near corner Mill
and Hunimer St. Phone 2i 9 13
-"The test" Ja aU yon can do when
Aem? Ca!! Wobb &clough ctf;
The police will pPf Wm, if t-...
Von to be one nf i ...
ii.0,11 twin ;in.' ri ( n 11 if
around 1.1 an auto and fail to observe
the state and city laws i regard to
displaying rear li.,liiu n'. ... ,.
.... r --c-'o. i,; i-uv oriiin-
ice reads: '.One red light j .thp mir
- .... M-.ice. Quired la shall show
r, te ; l:gl,t across rear of vehicle.
I"te ray of such rear lamp -shall
li ne upon the number plate carried on
ot sue, vehicle." All of which
means that here..,!'!,,,, n, ,: ' 11 ,
"nd,"'c;l 1','"an' to the carrying' of
Hmwn ""t aml " .it" light
tlm ,U si,,,,,, upon the license number.
I'- - arrvn,anv aul(ls thgt m
the reu light. According to the or-'""ll!h-P.
tr must be carried fro,,, one
hour att-r sunset until one hour before
Big dance tonight Moose hall.
,' John E. Wright, acting thief of po
in e was to.lay called before the grand
jury to tistily ia the Vates kidnap
P'tifT cas.. Officer Wright was one ,'f
the men who heard the cries for help
of Mrs. Vates when her husband at
tempted to kidnap her. Vates is now in
the county jail and .Mrs. Vatii has
tiled a suit for divorce.
One of the provisions of the war de
partment with Will,, (te I'nivoisitv
i that .hruhl the I'niversitv h;!Vl. ".-ji,
sluden's in its army ti-fiini,,,',
le C'.Hul into service, tl,.,,-., ,1
Just received Showing
Some of the smartest mod
els of the season. Buyinc all
our models direct from New
YorJv ind Philadelphia fac.
tories saves you all the mid
Children's Coats $3.98 to
Ladies Coats and Suits J14.75
Our Prices Always the LoWest,
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chici
-."! ,roiii otner institutions, me,,
to take the place of - the oil inducted
in o the service. .V number of smaller
ooleges such a, the one at Albany
rind -IcMmnville will be permitted bv
the war ilepartmem f mini
training. L'egardlcss of uhcre the slioi
Wtudent ';j Army Training Corps he is
under government orders and may be
sent to my institution of learning ,- to
any camp. h
j In accordance with military law
Lieutenant Colonel ,. T. Woolpert nas
i ueen designated as e( Handing officer
"t the suite armory at Mai He is to
.'Issllllin r.tl ...i,..:..:......,- . , . .
. : V , .'1,-iniiive iiuiies con
nected wilh the proper care of the ar
mory and will have complete control
and supervision of same. One of the
,Tirst acts of Lieutenant Colonel Wool
Port will be that of completely reno
vating t.ie armory and making it n fit
Place not only for the use f sol.liorS
imt tor the many larger social events
of 'the winter. This will include tho
en ting into the large drill hall of two
In Salem nil , ., .. :n i , ,i.
"e regis, ratio,, i h,, same buUdln .' ' Z,'
uh.'.1 at the primaries May 17 with the e, I , r
'xception f precinct 12, where the:
registratiiu will , i (he hickory bark! V I,;,,,,, , 7?7
iMlilllillir lltl 12th ' street if,,..,: ,. . ' ,. "gtoll, ,Set. llMiflut
iii SaN.. should not,. tl !."'.".! t,l8!"n ba! .S.'J-'H imt
ll't-eciuets Mav 17 then. - , ' ... ! 1 Te . Uich is to force tie '
ll'lneos, one for ward and tin he oV' 'Sht "'e allifsiMlf'
l-unty end state. triMZ
I 1 lutsdav will be i ,. I,il(i,.s I " . ,
where votes were
cost on the slate
instead 0t advancing the price of
sugar one cent n pound, the jobbeis
, one iieeuieil to make il one and one
I ';" '"' nml that price is now in ef-
nit. i ins will have nothiiiir to do
(with the present stocks but after these,
ate exhausted, there will be an ex-
mi , ceers uililcil on to the present
....-c. -e-,er in the lnstorv of the su
gar market has the wholesale juice nd-
....... i-u s. iiioicuiiy. in it as the aver-
ntre to erch oersoo i,. . i.. ,.p
sugar each month, the advance will add
"in. i n i ee cents a month to Hie present
cost ot living tor each person.
It has been practically settled that
all ot tlie former voting places in ll.
lii'ecnets in the county will be ued
for registration next Thursday. Conv
lerk lioyer has written all registra
t'n liimrds to secure the building, i
which thy last nrinmrv l..i;
, -j ., m e ri
Francis- X. Bush- r- - .
And His Bride F " ' '
"With Neatness C ! ' '
And Dispatch" ' ' .y.-v;'V !
Full of corned v nd b :"'- N " ... J
Laughtw I 1 1 .... - 7 '
Also a Sunshine . - "
j' -v . T ' ' . ....
Mi HOP YARDS
TO BE ABANDONED
Li i. . .
yards h.v :':r":""',l',rj,nti'op
oiy -:rjmry itioii. not
,, ".xuu.ii or the uncertainty of
the market but. .,1s., , .
:-rei,y of pivlceV T hi. " ' '
tine of the ....,. . ! M v
nml l n, V 1,1 111,1 fitv
b..n, . ,., . '"""(""ueiiee section
ui 0 river
Tim i:in,i . ,
.. ".."v'l. ami j'atterson yards
were a bum onn.l ,....i.... .
all nickers J.; ?1 "J CVem"S
i, lu uiuer van s. Th
i ; ov ..in vest lie cron
find the satm - inl U0P
, , - -"., v.miics in from it I
W'wi VSV? tb ,Mt " ".or"
I",, , Lb mnfartured after Dec.
m ...... ,,,, uncertainty 0f the
tiinate ,,BV0 blt, 'or
tunate in h-avmir enooi, :..i
it is uiHlerstn,i " 7: am
l0 harvested. .- wlU
There i nn tn,tu. :" . .
,, , - - "v "."'mnnon to bp
i'ad 'egarding tho "no beer" rcnla-i
t.on -and the manufacture of nmi U--liolie
beverages styled nearer,'
tho "BWi .r.l""r oire,i"ion that
nie no beer" i'ni.,t; , ..
,,!,. 4 , , s"."...i uin not an-
!",((1t0n !!'"aUi,h,lic bpvtraS'S for which
,10 is are used hut ti. . ...
eo, fir,.i " "i""1 wa not
Hop growers figure that the -pick-ng,
drviiio. nnd i,,..l. j... ., 1
i.r ,', " - ----i i"".K .or rno mar-
market and the conviction that the day
ot hops is about, hva, n.o.,,. J
i; ... ; , , ' "'v iuwers are
wving thi8 two thirds by abandoning
I GIVING UP FARMING
A J HI
i i-tie unriersitrnprt c.infv,.. t. . .
tions frm the7r p te . ,SriW li
public Aiirtf nn Qr i..r,"s"i LU sen DV H
east of Salem l-2 ,; "" ea ' -2m'1 I
A party representing the office of
inu adjutant general of Oregon in the
interest of tho bortrd of instruction
will arrive in Salem next Tuesday. ,T.
Frederick Thome, associate field di
rector of tho American lied Cross will
ne one ot the party nnd is on the pro
! Kfain to deliver an address for tlm
I meeting to -be held on the evening nf
I the lith, probably in the auditorium
"f the Commercial club. It is hoped
iar not only all who arc interested
in the Home Service section of (he K'cd
' ross, bu-, every Ked Cross worker in
'"c i-uv win maKe it convenient to at
tend the meeting and hear Mr. Thome
who is one of tho most interesting
talkers in the .Ked'Croas service.
I WANT TO BUY
Your Junk and
a square business to
I always nay the hifki
I WANT YOUR
SACKS AND BAGS
I bay all kinds of UK
irncds, 2nd hand in
I i n I, , nnl limf
i uit, iuuijci anu juin
Oct my prices ban
j ou selL
IKE CAPITA! M
I hc Square Deal Houf
ni lau .LutA Twiur
All church bells In the city will ring
ai o'ctoclc next Thursday morning
again at noon and again at 0 o'clocl
in the evrnimi bv reoues't of the On.
gon Ktate Council of Defense. It was
tnonnht nnnroiiriiito thnt. on n im-
pirtant an event us regis' ratio liday
there shoidd be
and no!if!fl nt
i i. ... . V " '' . i". h'"
1:1111.11 was also suggested by the Ore
gon Council of Iv, rnnrt Hint flnrrs
unoum be displayed everywhere and
that the patriotic spirit "-should be
shown by the singing of patriotic
Hongs. Attho meeting Monday of the
Salem Ministerial, association, resolu
tions wore passed endorsing the sug
gestion Of thn 11,,,,,,,,, Htnta Pmini.il
of Defense and tho pastors of the var
ioure i, box 1.37, phone 39F5
fifli mm m
At iu a. m. Sharp, Consisting of
XJ17 'i'r0' ??c 7 ars, weight. ir,.-,, , , ,
r"" 1U!'f i'oO pounds; l n-rev wbli,,., a-v mm, aao 7
' Kiev norse, age 17 rears wei'oht 1--0"" " , ' weW loOt) poumls
t kshire shoats weiht 2W 'C fjTi 4, 'd 'hia mi
Brey geese; 1 De, ring mower, 5 .Z ? "eJ1"1 Rod hens;
f"t cut; 1 Oliver chilled plow 0 M T""8 h"-v rilkp- 12-
d."uM leeching harness; o'set i,!. t'J 12h stC('l l.lo-w; 1 et
'', .nv,' new; 70 Inishels W te P ? 'Tj 1 ""''i garden
oved until settled for. De IL I , "e ,? ?'""!'" No. article to be re-
or dispute. " ""i""neer to be final
Hemstitching and Picot edge
work, - se
We do this work in the best
manner. X se
All work guaranteed.
And All Knit of ad H
mil Market PriceMpI
prices paid for Sacto I
.... uim TOO
THE PEOPLE'S K
271 K. Com
HAND STOKE J
no 11 c mmi
Skin and Scalp SH
m , -11 omint a s 1
Treats an f J
blemishes of skin an J
the feet Saj
337 State Street Salem
BIG FREE LUNCH AT NOON
PETER CUUTRIGHT, p.wm
Houte 7 box 137. Phone. 3!Ko THK AUCTJONEKR '
, Ph0e 510, Salem, Ore.
NOTE: Woodry conducts Farm Stock 7
where anr, crno-",.F ..baIes any-
Yick So Toog
Chinese Medicine mni Te C.
fiaj medicine which will enre
nj known disease. -
Opn Snndayt from 10 ." m.
nntil 8 p. m.
153 Souti High 8t
Salem, Oregon. PhoM 181
6 Tnj,r Assistant I
L 1 '
I nr A VTTID.
ii bind, nf seconJ M"" . B(lti
Stoves, Kas ra.ete.-'
a, J p
,xr. hnv Old Mj
Musu t-rT:,bS for n