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WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 11, 1918.
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IF YOU WANT TO GET ONE OF THOSE
That are the best values you will find. Any one will
appreciate what exceptionally good buys they are,
after giving them a careful inspection.
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COATS... $17.50, $19.50 and $27.50
SUITS ......... . . J. . .$19.50, $23.50 and $27.50
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If Table Damask Ties
Bath Towels and Sets Silks Shoes
Hosiery Books Bed Spreads
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RUHOLl'H In Portland IX c. 10, 1918,
Mrs, George Griswold l-.udolph, at
tho age of 34 years 81 o had been
ill but a few days havii.g been tak-j
- M down with influenza while on tho;
train, returning from Newport to j
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HIGH CLASS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
1 130 Oak St. Friday, Dec. 13 1 p. in. sharp
CON SI.STING OF: 1 Mission oak extension table; 1 mission oak buf
fet ;H mission oak dimi; 1 mission oak child's chair; 1 golden oak
library table; 1 S. O. library table; 1 drop-head Climax sowing ma
chine, new; 1 quartered oak ladies writing desk and chair; 1 quartered
oak I'ii'kerj mission rocker, arm chair nnd lounge; 1 hull ruck; 1 oak
chiffonier; 1 maple dresser; 1 white enamel chiffonier; 1 bird's evo
nmplo dressing tuble and chair, with triple mirror; 1 bird's eye maple
rhiffonoer; 1 wicker rocker; 1 heater block nnd pipe; 1 Rathborno gas
range; 1 nearly new 4 -hole range; 2 porch chairs; 1 Columbia grapha
phono with cabinet and 100 records; 3 flos mattresses; 1 hair mat
tress; 1 3-4 bed spring, and silk floss u'attrossj 1 coil spring; 8 white
enamel beds; 1 9rl2 parlor rug brussels; 1 9x12 dininii room ruir. brus-
sels, ami other rugs and mats; 1 white enamel. refrigerator, round, extra
good; dishes, kitchen utensils, small tools, wash boilers, tubs, garden
hose,, curtains, stuirB and hall carpet, goat-mats, looking glasses, fold
ing card table; 2 oak child's rockers aud'table to match; stand tubles,
poiliers, ironing board, fruit jars, kitchen tables, stools, wash boards,
wringer, vacuum cleaner, pictures, axes, spades, sans and many other
things which will be useful iu any house
NOTE:-All the furniture and furnishings in this home is good and
' suitable for the particular buyer and will be sold without reserve
to the highest bidder. Sale starts ?harp on time and will be
sold in tho house where it is warm and cosy., Tell your neigh
bors and friends about this big sale. Goods can be seen en
afternoon of sale only.
jf ABB MAGER, Owner
J j 1130 Ouk St., Salem.
HAVE TO I
.$9.90, $12.50 and $17.50
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IV GLASSES IV.
THE INVISIBLE BIFOCALS
Help them to do away with the in
convenience of changing or replacing
glasses every tiino thjy wish to read
or tiew, or to look across the room,
Auk about the Gift Certificate. ,
DR. A. McCULLOCH
- 5 Salem Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Besides her father alio is survived by
her husband, a son 11 years old and
(wo sisters, Mrs. Ralph A. Watson and
Mrs. Charles K. Kamp, boih of Port
land.. Mr. Rudolph is employed with
the government reclamation service at
Merrill in Klamath county.
The funeral services wil'. bo held in
Salem ftViday. As yet no attngeinentB
have been announced.
Phone CIO or 511
All Around Town
Dee. 13 Company M benefit
jitney dance at armory.
Dee. 8-14 Red Cross mem-
Dee. 16-21 Fifth annual
Marion evounty crn show, 141
Dec. 30. Second election on
school budget .
"The funeral oeautifuL" WetD ft
(Hough Co. tf
best" to au jon eaa do when
ieath eomea. Call Webb A Clongh Co
PhoM 120. tf.
Dr. J. O. MattMa, associated with Dr.
The ladies of the First Congregation
al church interested in Kcd Cross work
will hold an all day meeting in the
cnurcn parlors next 'ivriday.
H. J.- Clements, office 4VI-410 Salem
Bank of Uom. bldg. Office tel. 573;
res. 1705 South Fir St. tel. 596. 12-27
The sewing rooms of the Red Cross
at tho post offica will be temporarily
closed and no work will be assigned
until after the holidays. That is, unless
there should be an urgent call for work
ers in which caso all will be notified.
I have moved my offices Into more
pleasant and more commodious quar
ters on the third floor of the 17. S.
National bank building. Dr. O. L. Scott
Chiropractic-Spinologist, 3HV213 U. 8.
National bank bldg. tf
Lunch counter opposite O, E. B. B.
depot. Good lunches, M. J. B. coffee.
Lady waitress. Open from 6 a. m. to
12 p. m. 12-30
Tiie Salem realty association (will
meet this evening at the Commercial
club t 7:30 o'clock to discuss and adopt
its by-laws and constitution, rates 05,
commission and other business. Also to
elect a permanent chairman and sec
retary. The real estate dealers of the
city organized a few evenings ago.
High grade, genuine furs for Christ
mas gifts at special prices. West Fur
Co., 217 South High St. tf
Willamette chapter of the American
Red Cross calls for bids on the follow
ing articles, which will be told if fair
prices can be obtained:
10,SOO yards gauze.
358 pounds non-absorbent cotton
3-4 case Bcottissue
Call 1500 or call at Room 204 U. 8.
National bank building. 12-12
ALHOR'EN At tho Willametto Sana
torium, Dec. 10, 1918, after an ill
ness of 24 hours, John Frederick
Ahlgren, at the age of 20 years.
Tho funeral services will lie held Fri
day morning at 10:30 o'clock from the
chapel of the Rigdon company. Services
will bo conducted by tho Rev. John 1).
Woodfin and burial will be in the City
Mr. Ahlgren, whose hoir.o was at
Waconda, had been working in a ship
yard at Portland. Suffering from u se
vere attack of tho influenza, and al
most delirious, he left for hig home
and Inter was brought to the sanator
ium. It was on Oct. 25 of this year that
a brother, Wilhelm E. Ahlgren, died of
the influenza nt Camp Lewis and was
brought here for burial.
The Ahlinon family cons sted of two
brothers 'and two sisterg who came to
this country but a few yeuis ago from
Finlnnd. Tliev wero all living on tho W.
At Joints ranch near Waconda until a
few week ngo one of the brothers was
inducted into tho servico tmd sent to
Camp Lewis. The two surviving sis
ters, Tilda nnd Hilma Ahlgren uow live
at Waconda. The father nnd mother
and a brother of tho Ahlgren boys live
SMITH At the Salem hospital Mon
day Dec. 9, 1918, Jamen Smith.
But little is known of him as ho was
a recluse, living on the North Santiam.
He is snid to be a brother of Captain
Haz Smith, the first man to run a
steamer on tho Willamette. He is sup
posed to have a sister living in Port
land but as vet she has not been found
and no funeral arrangement havo been
A change of
HIGHWAYS RAPID TRANSIT
Trucks will leave both Salem
and Portland at 7 a. m. mak
ig deliveries the same day.
Salem people should phone
orders the evening before.
Open until 6 p. m.
Our midseason sale of high class mil
linery at cost prices. AU the newest
models, many suitable for early spring
wear. The French Shop, 115 High St.,
Masonic Temple. 12-11
MJdsesson clearance sale cf fine mil
linery. The French Shop, 115 High St.
Masonic Temple. 12-11
Prunes are moring out cf Slem at
the rate of about eight ear loads daily
from the three packing plants in the
city. All are of the 40-50 sissoa, recent
ly released by the governa.cnt and all
are for civilian trade.
Modern Woodmen, a rare treat Is in
store for Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica and Royal Neighbors, in- fact ev
erybody is invited, next Thursday ev
ening, Dec. 12th at 8 o clock, lodge
room in Derby building, to hear Head
Director Easterly of Denver, Colorado.
Neighbor Easterly is recognized as one
of the best speakers in thd order, and
all who stay away will have something
to regret for a long, long time. Our
new state deputy head consul will al
so b present and he would like very
much to get acquainted with every
body. Please Consider this es a person
al invitation from the committee for
YOU to meet with us on above date.
Get Charles B. Arcnerd, Implement
Co'g prices on feed before buying. 12-11
The Charles B. Archert? Implement
Co. now carry a full line of feed. 12-13
Sergeant Bert A. Victor of the avia
tion service flew from Dallas Texs,
to San Antonio, Texas, Dec. 3, by way
of Waco, Austin and Kelly field, a dis
tance of about 330 miles. He returned
tho following day to his station where
he has been for the past two years.
Belax and rest In the dental chair.
Dr. Hartley fills and extracts toeth
without pain and corrects diseased
gums. Moore bldg. Phone 114. tf
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Terwilllger, grad
uate morticians and 'funernl directors,
770 Chomcketa St. Phono 724.
" ArtLns attention.
annual Home Coming
Thurs. evening, open to
all friends after a short
business meeting. Pro
gram and refreshments.
The Woman's Belief Corvs auxiliary
of the Red Cross will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the armory.
As this is one of the important meet
ings of the auxiliary it is especially
requested that all membcis attend.
A Jolly Jitney dance, Friday Deo. 13,
Benefit Company M Help the home
Company M's Jitney dance at the
armory Friday Dec. 13th, wilfil be given
by homo people for home people
Having inhabited the leading hotels
of Portland, for tho past few weeks,
viewing the situation, politically, Sey
mour Jones comes home with tne posi
tive announcement that he has in bis
vest pocket 34 of the -60 votes in the
next legislature in ; his campaign for
the speakership of the house.
Community Silver, 9 deplgns to se
lect from at Gahlsdorf s store of house
wares. 135 N. Liberty.
Plumbing and Water Systems Installed
by GBABEB BROS., 131 South Liberty
St., Phone 550. Also agent for Fairbanks-Morse
The Capital Junk Co.
Always did and always
will pay the full market
price for all kinds of
junk and machinery,
automobiles, etc. WE
ALSO BUY AND SELL
all kinds of 2nd Hand
Mrs. Lester Davis went to Portland
yesterdar for a snort visit with friends
Hali.h a Wilson f Anchoraee. Alas
ka, is registered at the Bligh.
rJ. Jj. Chalcrart ol suet wa ai me
Bligh last evening on nis way to his
hnnm ttt Siletz from Portland. He was
formerly superintendent of the Salem
Indian training school at Cuemawa. ne
i. nnw irant st Si let z and has eharge
of Indian interests at Grand Ronde.
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O'REILLY To Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
O'Reilly of 195 0wen9 street, Salem,
Dec. 6, 1918, a son.
He has been named Harry Clair. The
father is in the service stationed at
Ft. McArthur, San Pedro, Cal. Mrs.
O'Reilly was formerly Miss Belle 'ar
ley. CASTLE To Mr. and Mrs Edgar Cas
tle, Dec. 1, 1918, a son. Ho has been
named Iver Louie Harry.
The mother came a few weeks ago
from Vancouver, B. C., and hag been
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
'Frank W. Castle, parents of Edgar
CARD OF THANKS
Wa wish to express our sincere ap
preciation for the many nc'.i of kind
ness and sympathy of friends during
the sickness and burial of our dearly
beloved son and brother. Mr. and Mrs.
J. Kooreman and family, AUha Cooper.
The Cherry City bakery has an an
nual pay roll of $30,000, hus an annual
expense of $3500 for up keep of auto
mobiles and pays $0(i5 taxr each year.
This information was given last even
ing at the Commercial club when the
question as to whether the people
should patronize home mad.; bread or
buv Portland bread through the wagon
and pcddlnr system. As to whether
merchants of a city can and will stand
together on any home industry prob
lem, Mr. Wise," superintendent ol the
Cherry City bakery said it was impos
sible for any outside firm to sell bread
iu Corvallis, Eugeno, Marshfield, North
Bend or 'Roseburg. These towns patron
ized their own bakeries and grocers re
fused as a body to handlo cutside pro
ducts. Ernest B. Bingo, formerly district
attorney for Marion county, is now lo
cated at Bliss, Idaho, as cashier of the
State Bank of Bliss, aecoramg to word
received by friends in the city today.
From Salem ho went to prnctice law in
'Portland with offices in tho Northwest
ern State bank building, but last Oc
tober went into the banking business
as cashier for the Bliss, Idaho, bank.
A genuine bomb throwing contest
will be put on at tho armory Thursday
evening at 7:30 o'clock and the general
public who may not be thoroughly post
ed as to the ius and outs of this war
time exercise, is most cordially invit
ed. Thessurane,e is given that while
the bombs are of the correct size, ruey
are really dummies. This exhibition of
throwing skill was brought abou. ue
crfliso the boys of company F, Captain
J. H. Arnold, challenged company H,
Capt. R. W. Simeral, tc a contest. At
the armory, instead of digging a trench
chalk lines will be drawn on the ar
mory floor to indicate a trench about
three feet wide. Then every .meiuner
of each company will be required to
throw a bomb and scores will be made
according to how many light in the
It is not tonight but one week from
tonight that citizens who have some
ideas as to how the state should be
nui are invited to attend a meeting
of representatives and sent.tors from
Marion county at room -136, Masonic
"The Girl Who Came
f 7sy h
The Biggest and Best As
sortment in Salem at the
Children's hats, each .
98c To $2.45
Ladies' Hats, each
$1.49 To $4.75
Special Velvet Tarns
$1.98 And $2.98
Rev. Paul Smith's Mighty Picture
"THE FALL OF BARBARY COAST"
The two-edged sword of filmdom that cleaves
false modesty and secrecy from the most vital
problem in the world today.
Paul Smith's colossal motion picture based on
his fight that closed the vicious Barbary Coast.
fifi The workings of the "system" that
i" squeezes money from dishonor. Away
with silence on this subject!
Temple. The postponement of the meet
ing one week will give the good citi
zen one more week in which to think
over his ideas before gubmitting them
to the law makers from Marion.
Information from counties of the
state is wantbd by tho state highway
commission as to whether the counties
wish to cooperate with tho commission
in building foadg and also at what
points tho counties would like to hive
them constructed. In a letter to the
Marion county court, addiessed to
Judge W. M. Bushey, the commission
states that in a general way it is fa
miliar with tho situation in the state
but wants to know the exact condition
of the individual county fu.ids. The in
formation i9 also given that the state
highway commission will bo unablo to
give any definite information at this
time in regard to the road building
plans for 1919.
In the suit brought by the city of
Salem against J. H. Albert for fore
closure of certificate of delinquency
for street improvement Judge G. G.
Bingham yesterday entered judgment
against the property for $493.15 with
interest and costs, Mr. Albert did not
contest the suit. The judgment is to
be a lien on lots 1 and 2 cf block 21
of University addition to Salem on
South Winter street. The court ordered
lhat the lien and judgment be foreclos
ed and proceeds of sale be applied on
amount of judgment. Also that thej
jcity of Salem should have the right of
'purchase. An order was issued to the
jcity marshal to proceed at once and
advertise the sale according to law. It
I is understood that Mr. Albert! will
i have the legal right to redeem or to
;begin suit to quiet title or to secure an
injuncticn against the city marshal
against the sale or he may let the city
have the property. In such suits, the
judgment is against the property only
and not personally ygainsl the party
A marriage license was issued yes
terday to Vester.M. Bones, a farmer
21 vears old living on rura' route 5,
jtSalem, and Miss Edith M. Piekz, IS
years old living at 1296 2orth Com-imeri-'iaL
This morning at 7:30 o'clock Just
this side of Jefferson, a federal pris
oner jumped from the car window of a
Southern Pacific train. With but threo
officers, 17 prisoners were being trans
ferred to McNeil island and one of
them took this chanco of securing his
liberty. He is described as about 25
years old, sit feet tall, dark hair,
brown eyes. There is a reword of $oOi
Yick So Tons
Chinese Medicine .nj Tea C.
Has medicine which will tan
any known disease.
Otd Sundays from 10 t, k
nntU S p. m. .
153 Soutk Hlirh tiL
Salem, Oregon. Phone IBS
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