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MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1919.
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Dance Moose ball Tuesday night
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We have a fine assortment of
There is a good range of colors such as Black,
White; Navy, Brown, Tan, Maize, Flesh, Apricot,
Grays, Blues, etc. Then you will find sizes running
all the way from 36 to 52. The materials are the.
best for the money that you will find, being in
Georgette Crepe, Crepe de Chine, China Silk and
SILK WAISTS....$1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $4.98, $5.90, $6.90
VOILE WAISTS 98c, $1.49, $1.98, and $2.98
We can supply your wants in
MATERIALS FOR WAISTS
In solid Colors. Figures and Stripes at
25c, 33c, 49c, 69c, $lt69, $1.79 and $1.98
f J IncorDorertsd &
Paul H. Btege, formerly with tlio Im
perial JParni'turo Oo., and who had
lived all his life in Salem until a short
itinm ago, is now located nt Oakland,
Calif. To frionds ho writes that lor the
past two months ho lit a kwd as much
rain in Oakland as ho over saw for the
samo length of time in Oregon. A. L.
Wallace, who went to California with
Mr. Stego, is located in San Prancisco.
A campaign has boon started in Eu
gene to raine $25,000 for tho woman's
building at the University of Oregon
KEEP YOUR EYES IN STYLE
Besides having efficient glasses, it is
just as easy to have- becoming glasses
8HELLTEX SHVEON3 MEET THE
DR. A. McCDIiLOCH
204-5 Halom Bank of Commereo Bldg.
Jtfarek 11 S. W. Montague
ddres before Six O'clock
elub, If. . ehurek.
March 12-13 "Officer 666"
at the opera house. Elka bene
fit. Hank tO-ealea Symphony
oooert, apwi keaae.
Hank St. Tan eloek for
ward hoar, I o'eloek a- B.
Dr. Mbtt ttUxm aiored to Bank of
Commerce bldg, rooms 407,408. tf
Bby chicks, 544 State St. today tf
Columbia river smelts in any quan
tity. Fitta Market. tf
Several members of the local lodge
of Odd IFellows wero in attendance up
on a meeting of tho Silverton lodge
Saturday night, at which there were
about 150 representatives from vari
ous points in the county, IS going from
Hubbard. There were several new mem
iberS put through the initiatory rites,
and this was followed by a fine ban
quet furnished as a Burprise by the
mm 77 ma h 1
Mm Jm Wilson at 240 N. Cottage
street -Kill sell her fiae home, piano
and elegant furniture and furnishings
at public auction, on Friday, March
14th, at 10:30 a. m. F. N. Woodry, auo-tioneer.
Special vaudeville at tie Bliga the
ater today and tomorrow.
... Transfer. Company
Wo buy liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
Wood For Sale jFour foot slabs;
prompt delivery. Spaulding Log. Co.
Evangelistic meetings tonight, Les
lio MethodiBt oljurch, Dr. A. Sterling
Barner, preacher; l'aul Taylor singer.
A Bible conference will be held to
night, 7:30 p. m. at tho 17th and t'lio
meketa street Evangelical church, in
cliargo of Evangelist Walter Duff and
Scotch-Irish party. Girl preachers will
conduct meetings for girls nt 4 p. m.
at tho samo church. Mr. Duff has a
good evangelistic record all over Ire
land, Scotland and the state His work
consists mainly to arouse interest in
the study of tho Bible, and he will
build up before the audiences concrete
outlines of the Plan of the Ages, and
other scriptural subjects.
Artificial teeth, have expert plate
man, with ove? 35 years experience,
at my office. Dr. D. X. Beechler, den
tist, 302 U. S. Nat. Bank bldg. tf
V.e tty liberty bonds. 311 Masonic
Economise, get your hats cleaned and
blocked tnrly to avoid the rush, at old
location, 495 Court St. C. B. Ellsworth,
Jack Return and wife are in the city
today from Astoria bound for San
Francisco, and from thero will go to
Australia. Mr. Iietlow has Ibeen editor
of tho Daily Astorinn for some months,
ibtit now starting on a world tour, dur
ing which he will investigate unem
ployment and after-war conditions
writing for tho Wheeler Newspaper
171 S. High Street
230 Ash Street
Phone Broadway 451
Ours is the only line of auto freight trucks operating
Between nere and Portland. We alio make
DALLAS, MONMOUTH, INDEPENDENCE, -SILVERTON
g We buy produce of all kinds and with our transpor-
tation facilities we are able to pay the higkect cash
prices. Order your freight routed our way. Sell
your eggs, dressed meats, poultry, etc., to us.
I will sell the 8 room house at 1406
Court street for $:I)(M. See me at once,
$l.r00 will handle it. O. W. Laflur, 44)5
400 Hubbard bldg. W
Noticft Dr. Hartley will close hi
dental office March loth, 1919. Fhonf
Company M boys of Salem are now
in Cnmp Lewis and according to the
best of information to 1)0 had. they ore
expecting their discharge within a few
days. They arrived in Portland Fri
day evening on their way to Camp
Lewis, in I'harge of Lieutenant 1. H.
Onmpton. Headquarters' company of the
IfiJd, A, B, O and D received their dis
charge Saturday and this morning re
ceived their final papers on waning the
payroll at Camp Lewis. These four
headquarters companies include the
Itiid regimental bund, mounTed iiits
and officers companies. Among the Sa
lem boys in tho band arc Kdgnr M.
Rowland and Kdwin B. Payne and they
will arrive in Salem tomorrow or "WH
nesday. Col John h. May has sivagesipd
that the official homecoming program
,b delayed a week or so or even long
er, in order that as many of the Salem j
soldiers as positiMe be here to takej
part ia the event.
Miss Marvin, of the state library ,in
conjunction with the eounty superin
tendents of the state, is gathering up
complete data as to the military ser
vice of every Oregon boy who enlisted
or was drafted into the U. S. army,
with a view to making up an exhaust
ive hietorical record to Ibe placed in the
archives of the state. For this purpose
there is being mailed out a minute de
tailed questionnaire, covering every
point with regard to period of service,
family connections, casualties, etc,
Thees blanks are to be returned to the
state historian, in care of the state li
brary. Eelativea are also invited to'
seni photographs and clippings from
newspapers telling of experiences, char
Dance Moose ball Tuesday night.
Broncho Billy, the originator of west
ern movies, has returned to the screen,
hig first new feature "a Son of a
Gun" at Ye Liberty tomorrow.
The Eifeg lodge of Salem ig planning i
for a homecoming next month that will
eclipse any event of the kind everj
held by the lodge. There are several
reasons for rejoicing and bringing to
gether members of the lodge. One is Si
that many- Elks who were in the ser-
The Allur.tg 'Beauty
of the Petri
firsts i.a moct cnarming cxptession in
La Tsajca rjeeklaccs. Vs ctrry L
Tau:c.i ta n arrr.yofquakic including
str;ndj v.-ith f.'sin dasjeend die high
cr pood "dc Iiisc" nwi:iacM mounted
with genuino r!;:-nonds. Ea u your
pearl r.eckbcc o a real La Tautca.
IN LINE AND
HATS OF THOSE NEW ROUGH STRAWS AND
CREPE FACINGS-SHOWING MUCH ORIGINALITY
cwapws arf. SMATJ. AND CLOSE FITTING-SAILORS,
ROOM, TURBANS AND ODD IRREGULAR BRIMS.
IN EVERY CHOICE OF EFFECTIVE TRIMMINGS AND COLORS
CHERRY RED, HENNA, NAVY, TAUPE AND BLACK. HERE IS BUT
A HINT OF THE DELIGHTFUL VARIETY.
Pricced $1.49 to $6.90
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
GALE & COMPANY
COMMERCIAL AND COURT
FORMERLY CHICAGO STORE
vice are home and are coming home.
The other is that the lodge has proper
ty valued at $3i),000 and that for tho
first time in about 20 years, it is entire
ly out of deibt. With not a dollar ow
include a talk iby Dr. Carl Gregg Do
riey, O. E. Halvorsen on hi8 experienc
es while on the firing line in Germany,
Superintendent S. S. Duncan of Mc
Minnville and Prof. E. D. Eessler, pro-
ing and this much property to tho good fessor of education of the O. A. C, Prof
and a rapidly growing membership, Bossier will talk to the principals of
there is a feeling that something big schools and 'bring up for discussion the
should" be put on. This will be the an- question as to whether the principals
mini homecoming event which was not association of the county shall conduct
held in 1918 on account of war condi-, a field meet.
tions. The preliminary plans are in the o
hands of a committee consisting of' H. N. Beck of Hubbard, lost from
George E. Halvorsen,1 chairman; E. j his automobile a -complete extra wheel,
iCooke Patton, Mr. Craig, Kay Gilbert ; 34x4 in case, while driving between Mt.
and Frank, Bligh, At the homecoming Angel and Silverton Saturday night,
two years ago there wasi an attendance , Finder please notify H. N. Bock, Hol-
of about 500 at the armory and an ef
fort will be made at the coming event
to bring together a much larger number
An elaborate program will be presented.
Dance Moose hall Tuesday night.
f No photo play has yet been produc
ed so tilled with adventure and thrills
Highest market prices paid for
dressed hogs, -beef and veal. Independ
ent Market, phone 104. 3-15
HAETMAN BROS. CO
Jewelers and Opticians
W. Cor. State & Liberty Bta.
Lost, Fitch fur neck piece on North
'Com'. Phone 63, reward.
Saturday, March 15, a teachers' in
stitute will be held in tho auditorium
of the Salem high school,, to 'be attend
ed by teachers from all parts of the
county. The morning session will bff do
votcd to round table talks in discus
sions of school subjects and methods
of teaching. In the afternoon Bcveral
lectures will be delivered. These will
FULL VALUE PAID FOR
SECOND HAND GOODS
Phone 493 337 Court St.
7-Roomed House, Piano, E!e-santFamitireandFaraishmgs
MarcSi 14 1
At 10:30 A. M. SHARP
H 246 KORTH COnAGE STREET
MRS. JAS. WILSON, F. N. WOODRY,
OWNER, THE AUCTIONEER,
Phone 330. Fkae 510 Or 511
fdi h Toil
:'h'ne- Medicine and Tea C
Hat nindV.m which will mt
nr known dlseate.
'V-ti fiondayt from II a M.
mill p. m.
'SS aoutfc High St
People are expected to go right on
saving iby tho purchase of war savings
stamps and for the purpose of stimuiat
ing thrift and incidentally he'ping the
government, the executive committee
lor this county lias been organized
through the appointments of W. M.
Smith, county superintendent of school
-On this comtnittoo are E. T. Homes,
A. A. Lee, Hal D. Patton, August. Huck
ostein, Ben F. West and VV. M. Bmith.
It is announced that no drive will be -matte
but the committee will work to
have war savings societies formed-in
every school district in tho county. Tho
slogan is to bra "Save 25 cents a week"
-Letters will 'bo sent to employers of
labor asking their cooperation in put
ting Ibefore workers tho proposition of
saving 25 cents a week and investing in
war savings stamps. Last year Marion,
county purchased $972,000 worth of
pavings stamps, this figure being S2
: per cent of its quota. As a whole the
1 slate of Oregon went over the top on
' war savings stamps.
I Although she is 76 years of age, this;
' did not prevent Mrs. William C. Boone
from applying- for a divorce and get
ting it this morning. In her petition
for a divorce, sho stated they were
married 12 years ago and that in 190!)
he deserted her. They lived about four
miles south of Salem, on her farm. Af
ter thoy decided to separate when he
left in 1SW9, he went to livo on his own,
farm just a few miles south of the city
and sho remained on her own farm. The
petition for divorce states that all
property rights had been settled, as
each had farms. No alimony was asked
and eai-h will pay their own expenses
incurred in the suit. When the cane
was called this morning, Jlr. Boone let
it go hv default. ,
OREGON TAXI AND
Have added one 2-ton O. M. C. truck
to their equipment and are now able
to handlo anything that conies along.
WE ARE NOW READY TO
TAKE CABB OF YOTTR
AT 379 STATE SEEET
WELCH ELECBIC CO.
Hop wire and ail kinds
of hides. Before you
sell-See Us. Phone 39S.
George C. L. Snyder, Miss Olga Gray,
Oscar B. Gingrich, Misi Florence Cart
wright, Jnnies Mott, Mrs, Walter
Ppauldinj;, Pea W Olcott, Carl Hinges,
E. Coolie Patton, Bunuy Meiring, A.
L iVsser, Dan Langciiherg. Mayor C.
The Elks Announce Their Annual Play for 1919
Grand Theatre, Wednesday-Thursday, March 12-13.
See Page 8 Today Journal
.Morning 9 O'clock nt .
Opera House Pharmcy
Phone 1159 Tickets 50c$1.00