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FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1919.
iprlng Is Here
Every one is interested in getting their supply of
the best of
We have a good line of underwear so that we can
supply your Wants at prices that are attractive. You
will find an attractive line of silk and MUSLIN
UNDERWEAR for women and a good variety of
Men's, Women's and Children's
W u IT l
n 11 A
March 21 Annual Willam
ette university Glee at armory
8 p. m. Fzee.
March 3ft Tm alok for
ward one lit or, g Vlk a. a.
April 20. Easter Sunday.
Concert by Raymond Ballard
"Eomance of Happy Valley"
"East Lynn With Variations"
Salem Eifla club. Special meeting at
oiiuurjr a p. m. loaignt. Election of of
ficers. By order of president, S. A.
Russia, Serbia and for the Jugo-Slavs.
Headquarters for itho collection of
lothin(f will be on 'North Ccmmorcial
About ona yar ago the wise ones
walked up and down Commereiul street
land said it was awful In aim . mnmr!
i , . , .... . .. tafriiifct in 4lm K..;i.l
ni wore ouiiuingg But within one j . V """"" uceu-
year almost a miracle has happened I '"ed by '''""""oy & Wallace. This store
and if it wasn't dn such a substantial r?0"J W'U !b Ppn,,(1 for tho receipt of
city as fSalom, someone might say that 0,:hln' next M',mlay morning, but not
ttha old town was about to experience untjl t,mt Wftginninjf Monday of
la boom. But tho fact is .the business I npxt wcek. os" who have clothing
(conditions are go satisfactory in the 1 f or "e alliei1 refugees, are asked to
icity that ono can walk up and down ' Plthfir deliver it at headquarters or to
Commercial street from tho Southern ! 10"'l,mno J-'u "fatinjr just where bun-
uncuic rreijjnt aopo tnrougn the bus
iness section, north and find tout one
(vacant business room and the owner
of that building is just deriding which
lono of several applicants ho will rent
the room to. Buildings aro undergoing
Iropuirg and in several offiees-on South
Commercial, changes are being made
(to bring .things up to a modern stand
point. This includes the offires of the
'Marion creamery and tho bnkery ad
'joining. The most noticnble improve
Intents on South Commercial are going
ion in. the, Byau (building and the prop
erty at tho corner of Perry and Corn
Uncrninl recently purchased iHy I), Sam
tools. And the sounds of tho hammer
lof improvement is also heard on State
Lloyd T Eigdon, who ig now sta
tioned at Camp Lee, Virginia, write
(that his chances of gotting uut of the
service rn pretty small and that he
has tout little hopes of receiving his
discharge until next September. Aftor
surviving an attack of tho mumps, he
iwa appointed orderly. lie is with the
Od battalion, 62d infantry.
The drive for clothing to bo put on
'beginning next Monday by Willainotto
iclmpter, lted Cross, is not especially a
tfrivo for the (Rolgians, Ihut for the al
lied refugees. This includes , parts o
Phone 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer
w. for fuck service. . tf
I will sell the 8 rooat house at 14lfi
Court St. for 3500. See me at once.
iauu wui Handle it. U. W. l&flar, 405
WO Hubbard bldg tf
Dr. Mott offices moved to Bank of
Commerce bldg, rooms 407,408. tf
Bby chickB, 64 State St. today tf
The board of trustees for the First.
Congregational church of Salem as or-'
gaiuzed recently is as follows: W. I.
iSlaley, chairman; Mark McCallistcr,
sceretury, and H. 8. Poisal, C. F. El
in, 0. B. Gingrich, C. E. Alton and
it. (B. Fleming.
Columbia river smelts in any quan
tity. Fitta Markot. tf
And a notable cast in
By Jerome K. Jerome
dies may (be found. Collections (Paring
the week will ihe niado by auto trucks.
Capacity Of Oregon Theatre
Taxed To Limit At Opening
If the Oregon theatre's seating ca
pacity hud boon tripled and the udinis
siou prico doubled last night, Managor
Kuppor would still have had people
standing up for a chance to got air the
opening recital of the orchestral organ,
bavurnl numbers wero played by Oran
ist Uullurd preceding the regular per
jormunco, seioctoa with a view to cring
ing out the wide rango of effects, and
mere would have boon a gasp of sur
prise and delight from his audience if
thoro had boon room enough in tho
building for anybody to gasp. Especial
ly effective was tho military coloring
thrown into the opening march. His
performance was greotod with a gulo of
applauso. Throughout the running of
the films the organist continued to dem
onstrate the extent to which the instru
ment could bo adapted to the pictures.
He oven furnished a musical setting for
the midnight oncounter of a pair of
tom-cats a sidesplittor. It is certain
tUnt tli. n.. ...... ...ill 1 jft ... 1
dated vx; z;": m
-s-j mvV"I r "B7 - "'" ft ate t
puuuu miuu. ajid Buuuuieni oi one en
thusiast at the opening last night will
At Woodry's auction Sat 10:30 a. m.
goa wort norse, 1400 lbs.; 1 good
iuiu nuti wixjj runiin attaenment.
wwui or jxit. Angel was
orougnt Detoro Justice Glen Unruh
'ims morning, charged with larceny by
bailee. His hearing was sot for next
Thursday. It is charged that he sold
a car load of potatoes to Mangis jjtos.,
received the money and then disposed
of the potatoes to another party.
Mra Mildred B. Brooks is in re
ceipt of a letter from a young French
lady in which she says a lot of nice
imngs aoout Kussell Brooks. The let
ter is about like this: "Ma Chere Mrs.
Brooks: Un grand gentile 1 'amour",
etc. The (French girl who writos is
about 12 years old and claim to be a
direct descendent of LaFayette. She
liveg at Bordeaux.
Bread and pastry sold, as well as
peanut brittle, in Davies shack, 387
State St. 3-22
will be able to pick out men who will
make up the varsity squad. Diniick and
Medlar, two of the star track men, are
both in school and are expected to
sc. or eheavily in the eoming events.
We are in the market for fifty good
fat heng every day. Top price paid. E.
C. Cross & Son. 3-22
Attention Encampment members I
0. 0. F., work in the Eoyal iPurple De
gree and eats, I. 0. O. F. hall Saturday
March 22d. Come.
William a Walton, cashier of the
Ladd & Bush bank, is home from a two
weeks vacation at San Francisco and
San Jose. Anricots are now in bloom
in that country with other evidonces
of spring, Mr. Walton eays. Prune land
in that part of the state is selling at
$1000 an acre. They have had abont as
much rainy weather in that part of
California as Oregon ha9 had for the
past month and Mr. Walton says he is
glad to get home where the Bun is shin
Q. W. Eyre will ship live stock Wed
nesday March 26. Will pay . highest
market price. Phone 2206M evenings.
For sale, 20 head valley horses and
mares from 1000 to 1"00 lbs., guaran
teed as represented. Call at 448 Fer
ry St. 3-24
Dance the schotUsche at armory
Saturday night 8 p. m.
For the benefit of those who are a
little hazy pn the constitution of the
'United (states, it may be sain that a
copy of same may be found posted in
tho lobby of the post office, with the
compliments of. GhemekuTa chapter,
Daughters of the American Revolution.
Spring and Summer
for Misses and Women
Soldiers night, the Woodmen of the
World will hold open house for return
ed soldiers and sailors Friday night,
March 21. Special high jinks ntght.
Vaudeville, music, etc. All soldiers.
ftailors flnd mni-inns in ho nifv nn.j:nl.
ly invited. MoCornack hallr 8 p. m 3-21 i'Bv the wa-v' g0" has never fified
' - r r . h inth amendment to the constitu-
Have yfcur wool Wankets cleaned ! tion of th3 United States which reads
'before putting them awav. Salem ' 89 follows: "Ihe rights of citazeng or
Cleaniifg Works. Phone 703 the Un tate9 to vote Shall not De
0 'domed or abridged Iby the lilted
The Vrooman Franquotte walnut is fetates or aiiv .state on n.c?unt 01 rac?
to be the future walnut of the Willam-,.0Vpre"0.CT2u IT.
ette vallev. according tn H TT vn!xuue- "'.W u.e m u..
I mm TV nllTlt-tl f manaotn. k " " '- -m-". ' -
says ttat ma'n; growr of inferl1 constitution and turned it down,
Knrrliali nr. A Pni;,.,in l,lu 0
are ffrnftin th .Vrnn..t.t .,..; ' "veI lwo Buu lua wul
Ho says there h a special interest be-Saturday ht' 8 m
Artificial teeth, have expert plate
san, wira over is years experience,
at ray otneo. ur, JJ. JL. ileechJer, den
list, 302 U. S. Nat. Bank bldg. tf
Dr. J. 0. Matthis, 409-410 Bank of
Commerce ibldg. Office phono 573, res
idence pnone tyu. i zu
Er. 0. B. O'Neill, who returned
few days ago from Santo Dominuo.
uvuero ho was stationed at a marine
hospital doing special eve work, has
'been fortunate in securing a long lease
'on the 'bungalow of Fred 0. Mahan,
1077 South High street. Dr. O'Meill
'thought upon his return that ho would
'rest a few weeks but tho dehuind for
'bis professional services have been
yiuh that he hag decided to 'besrin at
'once his practice in his offices over
'tho Ladd &, Bush bank.
Don't forgot the dance at Aumsville
Saturday night. 3-22
If you want to imow the name of the
lady referred to on pago 124 in the
March issue of Pictorial Review in
rriferentcje Ho FAaneo-American, Jiiygi
emc goods, phone 75. 3-25
Bread and pastry gold, as well as
Soldiers night, 'the Woodmen of the
.tV" j V . , """"Tpuuiuuee World w,u h,i 0.,e houso for tblujn
x, a p.uco oi aurnea rocmossness ed soldiers and sailors IMilay night,
fnr K imnnr tA nut in Dn lnBf i. i: i. - . . . . J '
nun in a wwn or tins sizoj but Salem Vnudeville,
wiu always remtiinlier him for it.--
Miss Tnn Carson Perrlno, who cele
brated her lOOih birthday on January
-'!), died Saturday in Baltimore.
Special high jinks night
music, etc. All soldiers,
sailors and marines in the city cordial
ly invited. MlcCornack hall, 8 p. m. 3-21
It is probable that at an early date
meeting will be called of the location
jieommittee in charge of laying out mur
'ket reads in the ciunty on which the
people will be given an opportunity to
Chin&se Troupe hmhv.
Acrobats Ccrii? Sundavlr'0 ?nn 3- It'm taV '!e rat'
a " "J 'ter of one or two roads which have
(;hoy Hung Wa Tr
':i!t been definitelv deeideil-nnd which
t'OUlH! a oronn Of' . .11 .
fimi. i'I. , . . 1 T ,. r "lire nor qmie snuniaeuiry to an inter-
,11, . ., 1 , "l'T:mu!5e " 'ested. It might Ibe said that in the
juggling ncrobntic and magic, present ,i;i.i; i,f
nlM;Ut?WttS? T'VTUS ho main highways. Marion county i,
.""... ;' " V v .fortunate from
'".a 01 vuueav.ir. .ntneso nerist are
more or loss scarce in this
ing taken in all parts of the county in
walnut growing now that tti.e experi
mental stages have" passed and it has
oeeu demonstrated that the Vrooman
r rnnqnettes are adapted to the valley.
Robin D. Day has reopened law of
fices at room 16-17 Ladd & Bush (bank
building. . tf
Wanted Elderly lady for house
work, modern homo, permanent posi
tion. Phone 1G90, cull 123 Jf. High. 3-22
We are In the market for fifty good
fat heng evory day. Top price paid. E.
C. Cross & Son. 3-22
;; L.M.HUM 1
Chineso Medicine and Tea Oo. I
Has medicine whieh will cure
any known dieeass.
Open Sundays from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. m. "
153 South High Si.
Salem, Oregon Phono 282 J
When you buy a shotgun to get that
chicken hawk, mako sure its a Reming
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their many acts of kind
ness and sympathy in our recent be
reavement. h. J. Wechsler, Al Hnlde
man, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henslcy.
While prices have not come down
materially, there are some indications
that the country will gradually get on
a footing as it was ibeforetlie great
war. Police officials report that occa
sionally a genuine hobo is found trav-
elin? throueh the country, notwitn-
standing the gront demand for workers
Extra dances at 8 p. m. Saturday
night at armory.
Willamette university has arranged
for a series of f&hr track meets this
season. McMinnvillo collcgo will be
met an a dual meet nt McMinnville
and at Salem. Chcmawa Indian sediool
will Ibc met at Sulom and at C'hemawa.
(oaeh Matthews had his men out on
the track for tho first time yesterday
afternoon, and it is planned to hold a
preliminary meat to be run off by the
classes the IntteT part of next week.
Over a hundred men are expected to
enter this meet, and from the rivalry Jjffffll&'t
t'Ulluilt'U 111 uuii;l UUll IUIU (JUUip-Ll
tion will bo keen. From the showing
niado dn this meet Coach Matthews
I want to "buy stock hogs weighing
80 to 125 lbs., and all kinds of stock.
G. D. Burdick. Phone evenings 235 i.l.
f I mmry
Discriminating women pride themselves on know
ing where and how to secure for a modest. sum the
style and value of much higher equivalent.
Such are the patrons of Gale's. They have learned
that the styles are the most favorable and the prices
the most moderate.
Chosen at random which
is typical yet distinctive.
The color is Beige. The
material is tricotine. It
has straight and conser
vative lines. With fetch
ing style and trimming.
A late arrival is a great
Oversea Bron Evora,
lined with self-colored
charmeuse. A new fea
ture that catches the
eye is a wide band of
Joffre blue charmeuse
applied to the lining at
the hem's depth. This is
just a sample of the
Ladies' Coats $17.50 to $38.50
Ladies' Coats $10.00 to $38.50
"Our Prices Always The Lowest"
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
Let your furniture and household ef
fects bring you more money toy sell
ing it to Woodry 'the auctioneer. Phone
510 or 511.
.fortunate from the fact that 9 per
leent if the fnnit fnr those riwina vi
country on !.i. i..i .... i i i,.,.i:,j
la9''VherLtrh.t, "I""8"",4 mi ('without levying additional taxes. Only
nmZ im ni,i. L ?"""' n 'will have to be voted in bonds. Those
. T ! " .V 3. The late Wslatufe
any before a special election, i'or-
of artisk. They hnve been engaged to
appear at tho iBligh theater for one
piny only, Sunday, Mareh 23.
. Furniture, rnnge-s, henters,
tools and, In fart, anything you
have to soil. 1 ibtiy for cash.
Woodry, the Auctioneer
Phone flu or 511, 3 22
nierly it was fifteen days.
"The host" is all you can do when
death cornea. Call Webb & Clough Co
Phone 120. tf
ALL NEW SHOW TODAY
Special Show Sunday '
"CIIOY HENG WA" TROUPE
"The funeral beautiful.'
CI ugh Co.
Wa buy liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
My now office Is S28 Hubbard bldg.
Now phono 1009. I do a general insur
ance business. 1 write surety bonds,
and loan money on the easy pay t plan
Own your own home, and stop throw
ing your money away for rent. See me
today, H. E. Bolinger. tf
8tated meeting of Pacific
lodge No. 50, A. P. & A. M.,
tins evening. A full attend
ance is requested by order of
tho W. M. Business of import
ance. Changing of the bylaws
Soldiers" night, the Woodmen of the
World will hold open house for return
ed soldiers and 'sailors Friday night,
.Mareh "I. r;ieouil high jinks night.
Vaudeville, iniisie, etc All soldiers,
snilors and marines in the I'ity cordial
ly invited. .Mct'ornitrk hail, 8 p. m.
Bus leaves Masonic Temple at 8:30
p. m. for Chemnwa dawe I'riuav nisht
March 21. " 3-21
WE ARE NOW READY TO
TAKE CARE OF TOUR
AT 379 STATE SREET
WELCH ELECEIO CO.
Hop wire and all kinds
of hides. Before you
sell-See Us. Phone 398.
LloydZachary and Gilbert Lyons,
tho two youths who developed into
fancy check artists and defrauded a
number of merchants last week, andjfr
wno conressou or tneir doings, will be
tried .before Judge TJnrnh ' Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock. Since their ar
rest they have been putting in time at
the county jail.
WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON
"a Home Away from Home."
Strictly Modern $1 per Day
100 Rooms of Solid Coffort
Only Hotel in Business District
Dnce at Maclcay Saturday night.
Big turkey supper and good time for
Bill . Brietske, the barber, . notifies i
his friends that ho is now in lngreys
barber shop at 311 State St.
Comity Judge W. M. Bushey is home
from a three day visit around lleha
ma and that section of 'the county. The
trip was made especially to investigate
a bridge proposition at Mchama.
If you have ajay junk or sec
ond hand goods of any kind see
271 Cmemekcta St.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
CAPITAL JIM CO.
171 S. High Street
Phone 1400 -
230 Ash Street
Phone Broadway 454
Ours is the only line of auto freight trucks operating
between here and Portland. We also make
DALLAS, MONMOUTH, INDEPENDENCE,
We buy produce of all kinds and with our transpor
tation facilities we are able to pay the highest cash
prices. Order your freight routed our way. Sell
your eggs, dressed meats, poultry, etc., to us.
Woodry's Auction Market
CORNER FERRY AND LIBERTY STREET
EVERY SATURDAY 10:30 A. M. AND 1:30 P. M.
SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 10:30 A. M.
10 Good shoats, weight about 75 pounds each
36 pure bred white leghorns pullets, extra fine.
2 pure bred White Leghorn cockerels, extra fine.
53 pure bred R. I. Red pullets, extra fine.
6 pure bred R. I. Red cockerels, extra fine.
1 Sorrel mare, 10 years old, weight 1050 pounds
broken single and double, a fine driver.
1 Good young Jersey cow.
2 New Trailers
1 3 1-4-inch Mitchell wagon, wide tire
x o i-4-mcn btudebaker wagon, wide tire, 1-2 truck.
1 3 14-inch Bain wagon, wide tire, with hay rack.
1 bet single harness
2 Cream separators
2 Plows, tools, etc. ' -
1:30 P. M. Furniture, ranges, heaters, etc. If you'
have anything for sale, bring it in I have buyers
waiting for most anything you have. I buy for cash
or will sell on commission. Don't forget the big Stock
Sale April 5th. Send in your listings not later than
March 25th, that it may be advertised.
F. N. WOODRY, the Auctioneer, Phone 510 or 511