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YEDTESDAYS APRIL 2, 1919.
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As Easter Approaches
Every woman is interested in
This morning's express brought us another fine line
of LADIES' HATS from the most Famous Design
ers. They are mostly plain tailored, but have such
dash and chic that they unmistakably proclaim
their aristocratic origin.
You will find a big variety of shapes and colors
$1.25 to $5.90
They need to be seen to be appreciated
The first exchange day of the Sa
lem Plural society will 'be Thursday at
State and Liberty street, on tho Lib
erty BlriN't side of the (Inrdrtcr and
Kccno jewelry store, Tlio cxehnniie
(lb i liino. will be on flowers, plants,
fnrdtn need and vegetable plants.
Jklrs. Knulish and others will be in
ehnr( and the exchniitfiiiK will bt'ijin
t tt o'clock tomorrow iiioininjr nnd
(continue until about 5 o'clock. Lnl
jnar this branch of the Floral society
(work inado vxc.haiiKt's of about l.H,UU0
Tbe usual run of fish stories Is drift
ing into town today from the sports
wh were at luruo yesterday, but out
ft regard for the reputations of the
angler, as well Us. for fear of tipim
iwrei;kiii;j the Journal press, the re
porter refniins front putting them in
After living In th's country more
Otan .11 years, (.'hnrlea 1. l'riday has
decided to be a real citizen and to lie
teomo a voter and to exereine the rights
f an Amerienn. lie lias filed his dec
laration of becoming ait American cit
izen. He laLi that he is oil years old
Anil that lie was bom at Worcester,
Ktiifland. He now lives at lll't North
THOSE who geek,
our service dis
cover that wo
nre competent 10 ar
rnn en all of the de
tails. We discharge,
the responsibility in
n highly satisfactory
171 S. High Street
i-iti ntnmitirni (it t i rrttTt f ittti h iiiirm
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.
Mummer street. He arrived in this
country March ), 1SSS. lie , bo
obliged to wait two years before be
coming a full fledged American as this
is the 'regulation time between tho
first declaration of intention and the
granting of citizenship papers,
A man with the primera! instinct
for hunting und fishing stepped up to
tho counter of the county clerk this
morning and was greatly surprised to
learn that n hunter's ami fishing li
cense combined costs ifcl, Hut it does,
unless one happens to bo a woman, in
which case it costs nothing or simuld
I lit applicant happen to be a real Ore
gon pioneer or a Civil war veteran.
No one under tho age of 14 will be
granted a license. Licenses are ginnt
cil for tho vonr nnlv and those now is
sued, as well as all othorg expire Jan.
Vlctc Bros, announce that hereafter
their garnge on High street will re
; main open until 10:111) in tho evening
land will bo open until this hour every
j evening tn the week. This is done all
j in the line of better service, now that
' wo have one more hour of daylight
I each evening. The garage opens at 6
o'clock each morning.
I More magazines are wanted for ol
dinrs, as word has been sent to All
pnxtiunxtcrs that supplies are lulling
off. Now in otiler that a magazine
may be sent to the soldiers, it is only
necessary tu attach a one cent stamp,
but it is neeesMtry to note whether
there is printed on the upper right
hand corner a notice to readers. If
the magazine has this notice, the one
cent will curry it. If not, there is no
use fn mailing "it. The notice one
should look for is as follows: "Notice
to renders: When you finish reading a
magazine benriii;; tliis enoliee, place
a one cent stamp on this notice, mail
!the maiiaziue, and it will be placed in
jthe li iiiols of our soldiers, sailor or
marines. .No wrapping, no address,
Peter C. Ttmnom, 62, of Mill City,
was trrauted a license yesterday to
marry Mrs. Margaret E. Alters, also
of Mill City. A license was nUo grant
ed to Clarence K. lavis, Salem, Bge
3 and Bertha E. Crim, age 22 of Sa
lem. After securing tho license, the
young folks stooped across the hull at
the conntv court lions? and Judge
lliishey pronounced the words that
tun .le them man and wife,
'JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
2:10 Ash Street
Phone Broadway 451
All Around Town
COMING EVENTS' .
April 4-5 Marion eounty
Sunday school convention, iirst
April 20. taster Sunday.
ilay 2 Celebration at Cham
poos, "tith anniversary.
May i Last day on wnicn ;
to rotfister for special election
May 23 Junior week end,
June 3 Special state elec
iFEANK KEEN AN
'THE MIDNIGHT 8IEOE"
Phone 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer
Co. for quick service.
si Will ell the 8 room house at 1406 'for entrance, and it will now he nee
Court St. for $:tiW0 See me at once, essary only to make formal application.
$ir00 will handle it. 0. W. Laflar, 4U0-1 endorsed by the authorities of the col
40(i Hubbard blda tf lege or university with which the gtn-
The cost of traveling Is Increasing,
especially where one takes a trip as
far east aa t hieago. Another notch on
the price of a ticket to Chicago was
added March 15 and now it costs , me h wtoes ocnotnrsntps in me pnsi ao
? in t.. n ti.kit atrnicht to the. eade. notwithstanding that they car-
Wititlv fitv' from Salt including
war tax. One year ago it wns only
ki;l KS Tlii.n l,v dein-ees and little at
a time the rate was increased. Just See the Diamond T truck demon
prior to March' 13, the ticket to Chi- ; strand by ('has. Liveslev at 210 State
eago cost $70. "it and then the new rate
sheet of March 1." pushed it up $1.80
until now the 8 per cent war tax and
the charge of straight three cents a
mile brings the total up to the $72.36.
Dr. Mott offices moved to Bank of
Comincrco bldg, rooms 407,408. tf
i'liy chicks, 544 State St. today tf
Among tho goldiers arriving in New j
York yesterday in the MUh infantry
were a number of Oregon men, those
from the Willamette valley being
Prank A, Howe, Lebanon; Albeit West
Scio; Milo H. Cooper, Oregon tlj'j
Cunt. Mike II. Sims, Salem; dipt.
Ray Walker, Independence; Hans N.
linsmiisseti, lliHsbnro; Walter Kleni
mer, Silverton; Avtell Jensen, June
tion City; Lieut, i'riincis M. ''helps,
Salem; John Hess, dates; James Hilt
Attention Yeomen: Social evoning
and lunch, Wednesday evening, April 'Johnny Jones at the lodge of the Sa
2, 4-2 J lem KIks. Charles A. Archerd is the
o incoming exalted ruler nnd Harry J.
Summer school at the Capital Nor- Wenderoth becomes one of the 23 past
mill is now in session. Normal, civil exalted rulers. To become a past ex
sorvico, bookkeeping, typewriting nnd I alter ruler of the Sniem lodge of Elks
stenography, dregg & Pitman classes indicates a long life as every one of
are formed. If interested, call on us the exalted rulers since lMlu', when
at comer of Pith and Wilbur streets, the bulge was organized, is living.
J. J. Krups. 4 5 o
o Maiquerade dance at Hurst hall
Amateur gard wra who are starting .Thursday eve, admission 2."c. Only
on a production campaign for the idin
iihc tnav secure a valualde little book
lot on the subject free by sotidinw a
request to the l)epai'!meut of Agricul
ture at Washington, for a copy of the
"Harden Hook," enclosing two cent
stamp fur return postage. Address
Frederic J. llnskia, director for Ore
gon. Artificial teeth, have expert plate
man, with over 35 years experience,
at my office. Dr. 1). X. Beechler, den
tist, 302 U. 8. Nat. Bank bldj. tf
See tho Diamond T truck demon
strated by Chas. l.ivesley lit 2lt! State
street. ' 4-5
The Boone organ recital at the First
Congregational church last evening was
greeted with a crowded house and the
program was generally very much en
joyed, although badly marred in the
start br a delav of 45 minutes. The
organ program was judiciously divided
between the classic and the popular
'type of music, and if Mr. Boone had
read the faces of his audience verf
closely he would have received an in
tuits ion as to the relative merits of
the two types In their minds. There
I whs a yawn for Bach's fugue in I)
'minor and next to an encore for Vic
tor Herbert's "Soionade." Certainly
the foua numbers by American com
posers were very highly appreciated.
The vocal numbers by Mrs. Street
were finely rendered and met with the
Columbia river smelts In any qnan-
titv. Fitti Market. tf
j Dr O B O'NelH, optometrist opti
iciau, has resumed his practice over
Ladd Bush bank bldg. Office hours
! to 5 p. m. ¨nrs by appointment.
Phone 25. 4 3
I J. W. Troy, gospel singer of Port-
Mand. last evening joined the Kev. A.
'.Sterling Harm r in the evangelical
! campaign at the First Baptist church,
j He led with enthusiasm the chorus
j choir and the congregation in a spirit
'cd opening song service. He sang two
solos with Miss Ruth Morwood accom
panying at the piano. Speaking on the
j theme of "One Times One," Mr. Mar
iner preached a heart searching sermon
ion tio.l s plan of personal work in ex
I tending Uod's kingdom. Services will
Ibe held again this evening at 7:30
o'clock and the topic will be "The
Holy Spirit." Mr. Troy will sing and
lead the song service.
We bay liberty bonds. 311 Masonic
! Dr. J. 0. UatUUa, 409-410 Ban of
jOontmeree toldtf. Office phone 573, res-
idenee phone 5i(J.
"The best" Is all you can do when
death comes. Call Webb t Clouga Co.
Ihone 120. tf
SpeaMng about "carrying coals to
Newcastle" C. X. Needhaiu is mak
ing a demonstration of it in his baby
chick trade. He has made express and
mail shipments of day old chicks as
: far s Aberdeen and Seattle, as well
as to distant points in Oregon. He
findg the shipping- by parcel post the
safest and most economical method, as
numerous letters from purchasers at a
(distance tell of the arrival of chicks
i in hundred lots without any losses. It
I is only w here chicks do not have prop
ier care after arriving thet losses oc
cur. This business of furnishing baby
Ichickg in sain II lots promises to go far
i toward restoring the badly damaged
poultry business Sn the northwest.
Dr. Doney has recently received
from the secretary of the American
trustees of the Rhode Sehnlnrshin An
i announcement that in future they will
'abandon all qualifying, examinations
dent is connected. Selection will be
made entirely on the basis of the rec
ord made in school. For some reason
nt entirely understood there seems to
have been n falling off of interest In
ry a most alluring arrny of cultural
Special meeting of Multno
mah chapter No. 1, R. A. M.
this evening. Work in the
fust Master degree. Visiting
Eev. E. II Glover to speak Rev. E.
H. (Hover, foreign secretary of the
Christian nnd Alissionnrv Alliance,
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, T,lrsilav ev.-nit.K. April :(;' speaking
ur t, (enter street Methodist church,
;( l'Uh and Center) at 7:110 0 'clock . llr.
; t'luver spent twenty years as mission-
nry in China; has visited and is ac
quninted with conditions in Tibet, In -
din, Japan, Aiiiim, the Philippines nnd
South America. Is just home lrom Por
to Kico, nud soon U'ttves for Palestine.
Come and hear him. No admittance
Tomorrow evoning there will be the
annual installation of officers and a
those with ninshg dance.
Wanted Fat hogs and stock hogs.
all kinds of entile. H2oM.
e in the northwest. He will open for
Even over in Yamhill county, when a business at 32i! North Commercial
lost car is found, the farmers feel that street in the buying of all kinds ofi
the proper place to report is lit the junk and second hand goods. And be
Snletn police station. Chief Varncy re-1 sides the regu'itr line of second hand
XsnVAa'r-ff y-'-p---- -y-'-'fw.-H;jf infill" --'
From the Original story by KdgnrHice Burroughs.
whito girl by apes.
The most Stupendous, Amazing Film Production
in the World's History with
MO LINCOLN ENID MARKEY
And 1000 others Produced in the wildest jungles
of Brazil at a cost of $:500,000. Staged with wild
lions, tigers, elephants, baboons, apes and cannibals.
Special Orchestral Music
ceived a phone message yesterday
fnm Seymour Wilson of Yamhill eoun
ty that a at rayed or stolen car was at '
his place. Mr. Yarncy went after the
ar and found it to be a Buiek seven
passenger that had been stolen from
Robert Havden of rortland. The own
er was notifi-'J and he will come to
Salem to get his car. ;
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Terwilliger, grd-
uate morticians and funeral directors,
770 Chemeketa St. l'hone i24.
The management of Hotel Marion
is pleased to announce the first post
war dinner dance for l'riday April 4,
at $1.25 per plate. Dinner at 7 p. nt
Musie hv the Warren Hunts. e in
tend this to be the first of a series,
About to weeks ago two boys from
the . .j.ut scaont iM-apt'd and came
to Salem. To make their get away,
they stole a horse and luiggy from the ;
WUklander home at BUS South 12th
street. About a week .o a report
was sent into police headquarters tnat '
the outfit had been found, but this re-1
port was found to be faelse. Y ester-'
day Superintendent Gilbert of the re
form school captured one of the boys.
In the boy's confession he said they
took the horse and buggy to Portland,
ran the buggy into a canyon near the
city, turned the horse loose and sold
the harness to a boy. ;
Mrs. Chas. Maxwell, retailer of the
Franco - American Beauty requisite.
Dance M. B. A. haU Fri. April 4th,
Auto truck leaves Masonic Temple
S:30. Round fare 50c. 4-3
A telegram was received this morn-
ing annotin'-ing the death yesterday at
Medford of A. C. Smith, a Civil war
veteran who was on his way to Napn,
Cnl., to visit his wife and two daugh
ters. Mr. Smith has been employed of
late with the W. H. Orabenhorst real
estate firm and has been living at the
Baker hotel. Two of his daughters,
Miss Florence nntl'Miss Helen Smith,
live at Napa, Cal.. and Mrs. smith
has been visiting thero for the past
three mouths. Besides his wife and
two daughters, Florence and Helen, ho
is survived by another daughter, Mrs.
j. L. Jackson of Portland and three
sons, Sheridan and Chauncey Smith,
both in the army und a younger son,
Theodore. The body will bo taken to
Napa, Cal., for buiial.
Dr. Hartley wishes to announce that
lie will be associated with the Smith
Long college (Pyorrhea, Prophyluxis
and general dentistry), corner Broad
way and Alder Sts., Portland, Ore.,
after April 12th, 1010. Those desiring
his services before he vacates Salem
office, should phone 111 for appoint
ment at once. "3 ,
Tor the benefit of the Methodist
ehun h at Brooks a basket social will
ho given Friday evening of this week
at the home of Sig Harris on the Hop
mere road to Brooks. A good time is
promised to -all, the Salem folks arc
. cordially invited. The Kev. Hubert J.
Allen is pastor of the church at
Meadow Lawn Dairy just opened.
Pure, fresh milk aid cream. Phone
!KF12. llayiiiann & Eggler, mgs. 4 5
Hear Eev. A. Stetling Baraer at the
First Baptist church tonight. Topic:
The Holy Spirit. Also J. W. Troy,
The grand lodge of the I. O. O. T.
of Oregon will hold its sessions in Sa
lem for the week beginning Monday
May 1!. F.lnbnrate plans tire under
wny far tho entertainment of the del
egates. H. Steiubaclt, tho man who became
famous as the proprietor of the 'house
of a million bargains" is home once
again in Salem and lins decided that
4-8Mt,'iu is about the best business point
with the lion the elephant raid on
cannibal village tattle between an
ape and gorilla Abduction of the
Best Quality Silk
36 inches wide, now $1.00 per yard.
Colore: Navy, White, Black, Old Rose, Taupe, Pearl
Grey, Copenhagen, Plum, Pigeon, Tan, etc.
$1.00 per yard
"Our Prices Always The Lowest"
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
goods, ho will niako a specialty of sec
ond hand automobiles. Mr. Stein-bock
asks the support of his Poll; and Ma
rion county friends.
Hear J. W. Troy, gospel singer at the
First Baptist church tonight. Also Rev.
A. Sterling Burner, preacher. Topic:
The Holy Spirit.
Dance at Fruitland hall Saturday
Abcnt one year ago one could buy
ilcsiraiblti prune tracts at about if'2(H)
an acre nnd other fruit bearing laud
at about the same figure. But now
things are different. A figure of 220
an M'-ro has been paid ami is accepted
as the right price for unimproved
laud within a few miles of Salem. V.
If you have ajny Junk or sec
ond hand goodu of any kind see
271 Cmemeketa St.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
2ND HAND GOODS
Highest Cash Prico l'aid
3J7 Court St. Hione 4U3
Your Glasses Are The
Most Conspicuous Thing
That Yoa Wear.
Therefore: Study Style and Fashion in spectacle
wear. Combine these with Correct Lenses and Per
fect Frames and Spectacle wearing becomes a de-"
light. Let me show you the newest Sheltex mount
ings. DR. A. McCULLCCH OPTOMETRIST
20-1-5 Salem Bank of Commerce Bldg.
GALE & GO'S
II. tirabruhorst & Co. report the sale
of a ten aero tract of land in wheat
4i j miles east of Salem on the asylum
road. The pnrchaser was I.'. M. Lam
bert of Bratum who is a aud fanner
and knows what land is worth.
Farmers may find desirable seed
gmin a rather hard thing to find, liar
ley White says seed grain is a scarce
article ou the market and that fann
ers will experience considerable diffi
culty in finding good seed.
JOURfUL "WANT ADS PAY
WE ARE NOW READY TO
TAKE CARE OF YOUR
AT 379 STATE SKEET
WELCH ELECKIO CO.
Vlck So Teas
Chinese Medicine and Tea Oo. I
Has medicine which will cure
any known disease. J
Open Sundays from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. m. f
153 South High St.
Salem, Oregon Boone 282