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I TION WIDE INSTITUTION
ONLY DY THE STRICTEST APPLICATION' OF THE BEST BUI-
NESS PRINCIPALS, AND
Always Playing Fair g
We have women's nice collars
sets and vestees in many neat sty
les and colors, good values at
49c, 9Sc, $1.49 and $1.79
WITH OUR CUSTOMERS IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD, HAVE Lj
ENABLED US TO BECOME A NATIONWIDE INSTITUTION, WITH 3
197 BUSY STORES IN ABOUT 17 YEARS. ' C)
In the best nu.ilitv
patterns in pink, blue and yellow at M
3 V, 49c, 63c and 89c W
wv, -.v, UJt BIIU OlC
Wash Cloths to Match Towels at
8c, 12 l-2c and 13c
YOU SHOULD LOOKAT OUR LINE OF
AS THEY WILL SURE INTEREST YAU AND SAVE YOU MONEY
THEY ARE PRICED FROM 49c TO $198
A NATION WIDE INSTITUTION
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ApriJ 20. Em Sua day.
April 27 Humane Sun Jar.
May 3 Celebration aCham
poeg, 7ta tuiTvrettrj:
May 3 Lt WT which
to regirter far epecial eleetioa
May 2 3 Joaaur week end,
Wiilaaaette njuwsity .
May 18 23 L 0. 0. F. Grand
June 3 tfpeeJal state elee-tion.
- - v ..a uiinuiu n?3
flinuiitf the rm-iit arrival i.i t,n city.
I n tfs of
T.n I :?'!'"'":: ,!'U k"w !"'" J annual lffIlir
John 0. Maxwell and wife of Mc
pherson, Kansas are in the city for a
abort visit, renewing acquaintance
wilh Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Barnes.
Mr. Mmnull and Mr. Harms were
Mrs. T. H. ItoMimnn and Hon, Ilnr
ry, left yesterday for Scuttle, called
hy thn illnesj of the mother of Mrs.
W. K. Tuvlor of Oorvallis is regis-
n til win iirn. '
Senator C. M. Thomas of Me.lford If1'"" ""'''"'"K
it In the city. ihrcrdcra dub.
J. 8. Vun Annan of Aih-crtiin
Snlem visitor jintcnlay.
Orant Fcrjrnnoa of Amity wa in Hu
Mm. Alice A. Nilei left yesterday
for Bilverton for a liort visit .
Jlobart Durum, who recently receiv
ed l.ia discharge, fri.in the navy, eft
yentcr.h.y for hi home in Walport af
ter a short visit hero with relutivt.
Jud'o T, V. By an, formerly assist
ant a'ate treasurer, was in the city
yesterdnv on hia way to iiieliur.
John Rihiffcrer of Turner, route 2,
wn a enller at the Capital Journal to
day. He has a son with the Atnerhaii
army of occupation in Germany at tha
(I'ortlaud architect win. i, eiiHiij-ed up
:n larKo contracts on public luiildinirs.
'H a busiiiem visitor in tho cilv tu-
i E. Deckebach has been spending
the day in I'orllund on a .business er
rand. Kllicrt Thompson, of tho Valley Mo
tor company, i, ci.'i.fincd t. his'homo
liulph Thoinpson I. niakinu n c.
tensive trip through eastern Oregon
in the interests of t'io Kor.lsou true-tor.
I'. M. Hrnn.lt ,.r..f....... ..
husbandry' of the Oregon Agricultural
lee, Is in tin. city uttemlimr the
of tin. Oregon Jersey
the bread mnkiiiL iiit.ni.
was served. This was the
llie uiana!cmcnt announce several af-
uurs or a similar kind to bo held in
near future, all in the
howinj; how bread is made by the lat-j- CaCh. Murdoc!t' 111 charge of athlet-
v ... iiifcii mmfin, s.Hie llinT yoOH
progress is being made by the boys
band, which was organized about "a
month ao. They hold regular prac
tice meetiiiKs in the manual training
"YOU NEVER SAW SUCH
Phona 77 Oreeon Taxi and Tr.nef
Co. for auick scrvieo
I Will Bell tha R raom nn.ua una
Court tit. for avl.an Ka n,u .f ....
T1..VO m nanaie it. u. W. L.allar, 495
iuo uuDUard bld tf
Among lata addition
l.l I ...
..rury is a volume e-itil e.t "C,
l'ai i;i2 (iermany collection of ad-
d-esses delivered br 1'remier Clpmr-
ccau during the earlir rears ..f nor
Tliis will bo found very iuterrstin" as
showing tho attitude and view point
of the French official circle.
Dr. Mott offices moved to Bardc 0f
Cemnierce building, rooms 4U7 8. tf
Ws buy liberty bonds. 314 Masaolc
Tor Blllouj Troubleg
To iiomote a healthy act on of tho
liver and correct tho disordeia cuused
liv liiliousness, (Miniuberlain ' l.i..'ta
are eiccllcat. Try them and sec 1ioiv
qui. kly they give you a relish for your
fund and banish that dull and siuid
Passion Week Services
At Oregon Theatre Daily
The Halem Ministers' association
lm arraiiL'ed for abort ,,.t -..
vice in the Orejjon theater every day
wcck, in recognition of 1'ussion
week. Tho time and iiluco has been
appointed with a view to i.rovidinir
..... ousy people or the street an oppor
tunity to articimtc in a biief relip-
ems service daily through, ut the week
coinniciuoratite of great event, in the
hist week of the life of the l mi.tili'r
of Christinnitv. Thn erui..n ;n
Kill Ht I": III Ml, I Ill-Ill, I,, a. I'l J';
and will consist of lnv,,, i.i .
iul unisical number, a brief a.blre.s
l viiin and b.iieiliitii.ii. t'.,,l, .i.iv .
layman representating one of the city
. lion-lies will prcniil,. H, ,, f ti,
pastors vnill give the nddre-n. Tho
list of siieukers for the successive .b.va
of the week. Iieinnniov M,,,,,luv f.'.t.
lows: Rev. Dis. Avinon, Handier, An
derson. J'rea. Doney, Dr. Holt, Itev.
l'orter. It 1 hoped that there tnav be
(a general aeeeptanee, on thn Mirt of
our bu.incsa .eopln and others, of this
'invitation to give a few minutes each
lav, for this one week at least, i a
'special recognition of religious things
and the larger part they ought to play
in our busv lives.
United States Flying Circus
Starts On Victory Loan Tour
Han Diego, Cut April 10. Its nor-
sonuel including six famous American
...raw i ji.mis, 10 inltlMj Blt,,s fy.
log circus let t lu re to.lnv for its trip
for the victory l.nn. It trnv,,i H
far north as Seat'b, as far cast as
Denver and a fur south as El 1'aso.
Kpeetneiilnr air exhibits will bo
staged by Lieutenant Toion-I Thaw,
commander of the famous Lnfayetlu
escndrille; Major Kenneth Mnrr, one
of the organizers of the Lafuvette es
cadrille; Major Cnrl Spatx, who while
tittnche.l to tho l.'lth l.lirsuit adllAilron.
won tie (lislinguishcd service crosa for
his aerial a. hievenieiits; ( uptaiii John
A. llainbleton conilnnn.ti'r nf .l,n oi'i,h
aero s.uudron, oft'iciully credited with
crashing six Hun machine; Captain
W. II. Hoover, 27th aero ciuadrou, aix
planes; Ueutemint II. W. Kollmer,
"'Id aero s.iindron, three planes; Lieu
tenant (leori;.' W . rurvear. In nlunni
uud many oihers.
Lieutenant, I'urvear was the first
American aviator to escape from a
Herman prison camp.
Homer Earrel Parrish caxa all the j j
way irom it. ix-nton, juoniaua, x'
claim his bride who lives in the north
ern irt of the t, rv. As he is onlv !
19 vear nbl anil t he not brini7 an
affidavit from one of his parents, or j
his legal guardian, consent. ng to hisi
marriage, ine y..u! g ia ;v wao nac.t:
Out thi iov .-rrif t,.ta b. tlia cnniitT i
clerk office could no nothing for him
n win De ounea to wait until tosi
proper affidavit arrives before a 1-1
cense to niarrv will be issued to him.
The bride to be is over IS and can do i
just as he pbus.-s.
A flturraftion. Be aura to t.v TToavct
sweeer uacrs of Salem what actual
rAH-rivttce wis laugni- tueiii, oeiore
vou fcur an electric swecner: ,il.l on
easy terms. Win. Gahlsdorff the store
of housewares. 4 12
For sale. 4 room bungalow. S800.
Toilet, electricity, gas, close in. Call
mornings or after 6 rj. m. 475 South
NotiM A m 1 1 a 1 niaAtfr.tr A et-1r.
holders of Salem fVuit Vnion will be
aeid at office of Lnion, Saturday
April 12 at 10 o'cl.M-k a. in. erv im
portant business will be transacted.
vl 1fL Special meeting of Do
' -Molay Conunandry No.
e t . ..'.! t manna V4 i
MM 8 nnnonilV
. f t
n, K. T. this evening
Worlt in the Temnle de-
Visiting Sir Knights welcome.
Dr. J. O. Matthis, 409-410 Ban of
Commerce iddg. Office phone 573, res
idence lhoue 6!6. . 4 20
' la all yu can do wticn
Call Webb & Clough Co
In a report of the condition of Sa
lem lodge No. 3:i.i. B. P. (). E. fur
the six months endin-i April 1. l'Jl!'.
the trustees present a statement fchow-
inir thnt tllM linn.a of thn lnil in
money and real estate and lodge equip
ment amounts to '"Vl .fil with net
a dollar of ixdcotedni'ss. One year nai
the membership of the lodge was 777.
On April 1 of this year this had grown
ri fcni it,..;.,.. !.-...... in'.
... u. ,t ..-i .wit j.u
bora had been taken into the lodge by
initiation, tive by afnliation bv dc-
nut n,wl nit.,, t-,..,.ut.. tili l.-;.,t,f
members of the lodge died during th?
past year. The membership of thi'
lodge now is more than SOU.
Notice Annual meeting of stock
holders of Salem IVuit Union will be
held at office of I'nion. Saturday
Anril 12 at. 10 o'l'tni-tf n m . Yom- im
portant business will be trim sac ted.
A new shipment just received in
fancy silk parasols. Colors:
green, red, purple, taupe, etc.
Prices $4.93 to $7.90
our Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & CO.
Commercial and Court Streets., Salera
Formerly Chicago Store
Hug and more pceple stopping off iu
Salem than has been known iur five
Postal receipts at the Salera post of
fice is feeling the impulse ot the com
ing prosperity. The sales of stamps for
he prist month of March amounted to
!7iir.ii.liU while one year ago it was
TjlU.'iO. Postage collected for second
class matter was $232. "S compared to
Iu3.:it5 for March of one year ago.
The annual demonstration of bread
making was given last evening at the
Cherry City bakery, with an attend-
am f 4(10 or more. The rtianaRcment
took this number of people who want
to know how bread is ma tie, thro.igh
the bakery last evening, showing ex
jaclly how bread l made by the whole-"
sale. After an exhibition uf the work-
A mm mm
P vy lliamette Valley
I Transfer Company
1??. Portland Office
H 'A - '"Rn street 2H0 Ash Street
if x iione uw Phono Rronrlwnv
i L.M.HUM i
Yick So Tims
Chinese Medicine and Tea Oo
llaa medicine which will cur
any known diseaae.
Open Sunday, from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. n.,
15:fHouth Ilih 6t.
6olem, Oregon phone 2SU
Another genuine -war tank will be
shown in Salem. This tim-it will ar
rive SutnlllV fnorninir on th troi.i
on the Southern Pacific and remain in
the city until taken on its journey by
I he 1 1 o'clock train. It will be accom
panied by three or four of the mcti
who have neeu actual service.
Dr. 0. B. O'Keill optometrist-optician,
has roeumcd his practice over
Udd & Bush bank bldir. Office hours
9 to 5 p. m. BuDdaya by appointment.
Phono 025. 5-1
Artificial tooth, have expert plato
man, with over 35 years eiperienee,
at my office. Dr. D. X. BeVhler. den
tist, 302 U. S. Nat. Bank bldg. tf
T. O. Bllfth bought the Mrs. Olive
Pnright house at It.'iO .North Tibertv
i street, sold at auction yesterday by
F. N. Woodry. It is an eight room
' boii-e with a lot frnn'nge of 4 feet,
lailjoining the C. P. Hishop home.!
Ir. Itlil'h ia M firm lw.liv,,r in Kn.
lem real estate and bought the prop
erty as aa investment.
Dance Saturday April 12 at Querrjrs
hall 4 mile, south; new floor; best
music. 4 11
There will be same bulbs and plants
for sule at 12.) .North ommerciul
street on Friday and Saturday.
Prof. 0..I. Lewis, chief of the di
vision of horticulture of the Oregon
Agricultural enlleae. will Pcak at' the
Monday noon luncheon of the Salem
t ommerciul club to be held at the Jla-
rion hotel. He will talk on the horticul
tural possibilities of the valley and es
pecially of the valley in which Salem
is interested. Lieut. Louis II. t'omp
ton, who went through the severe
fighting in the Argonno forests is al
so on tho program for a talk. With
two such interesting speakers it is
thouirht that the ntten. lance -will dou
ble that of former luncheons, especial
ly now that the 'business ana Profes- di
There is a "Ko Man's Land" ia
Salem. This time it happens to be at
me v'M.niv eon it nuusc aim is uie leriu r
affectionately employed by court's!
house otficlnls when referrtni. tn tho
office of the county recorder. Mrs.
Mildred Hrooks re the recorder and
men are employed in the office
Hence, "No Man's Land."
A party mado up of Mr. and Mrs.
Carleton, Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Mey
ers Mr. and Mrs. li. If. Hrown. Dt.
nnd Mrs. O. A. Olson were visitors in
Portland yesterday in attendance up
on the Grand Council of the Mnmiic.
order The ladies of tho party wcro en-
tenaineii in- the I'ortlantl Indies with
a luncheon and theater party. Mr.'
t arleton is master of .tho local council
Tell your trouoles to t'ue nolice. Yes
terday afternoon ft call came in to po
lice hfHd.mnrtc.rH .with d comnhiint
that a calf was runniner ut lariie on I
North Water street. An nfli.er una
tnihd to look nffer the stray calf.
Said calf was
tied to a tree and the owner notified
to get his property. Thero is a city
ordinance on strny animals and no calf
is entitled to wander around at liberty
within tho city limits.
Cor. Ferry and Liberty
10:39 a. m.
HORSES, HARNESS. WAGONS,
TKAILORS, PLOWS, TOOLS,
i. mm .nil. in.- ,ii,i.ii-.7i n.i iiiuii-n- oi-iiiiit.i hi iook nncr
sional men uf the city arc taking such 'all of which was done
u uiiivu iiueres. in vouiiue I cilli ciuo
Go to the utility sale at 123 North
( 'oinmereial street on Friday and Sat
urday. You will find a variety of use
ful and seasonable articles such as
aprons, liaus, bulbs, candies, cooked
food, etc. etc.
Get her a new rag rug for her Easter
gift. You will find some pretty ones
at the Utility sale at 12j .North Com
WE ARE NOW READY TO
TAKE CARE OF YOTJB
AT 379 STATE 8REET
WELCH ELECRI0 CO.
D'rcs at MacleaT Sat. n'a-ht: cood
j lunch and good time.
4 M'r.j Caae, of the public library re
ports that the French class is increas
ing in popularity, now having about
I twenty on the list. ttudies aro eon
i ducted each Monday evening. No .Iff 1
4.nite course of study has been outlined
T l,,r .,K,....i;, ., .... t.,l .1... .i.... i...
-. ...-p. ., p. , iur ,m- v.h.-. in,- anil
i'cing simply to progress as far as pos
sible in the book at hand during the
Ours is the only line of auto freight trucks operating j
between here and Portland. We also make j
DALLAS, MONMOUTH, INDEPENDENCE,
it We bUV T)roduPP nf fill Vinrlo nnJ nt,
tation facilities we are able to pay the highest cash
Ii Pnccs- Order your freight routed our way. Sell
your eggs, oressea meats, poultry, etc., to us.
If you hare aiy Junk or mc.
ond hand goodu of any kind sea
371 CnteniekeU SI
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
"Tha Funeral Beautiful." Webb A
("lough ( o. tf
Dance rthlajr April lltli at M. B.
A. hnll. Larger orchestra, better floor.
Along with tho speeches nd awards
to athletes at Waller hall this evening
III ),n ,,,, ...l ..k. 1, .1.
!lee club and the Male Quartet of Wil
lamette university. Miort upeeches
.wiil tie made by A. F. Flegel of Tort-
llnnd. Cy Eakin, Harold .Nicholls and
Harold Diniick. Trea. Itnrnl.I Dimick
of the W. club invite everyone to ba
j present. Program begin! at 7:30. No
A d-stributor for Jell o products was
arrested in the city yesterday while
di-tiibiiting booklets udverti-ing Jell
o. He was fined $10 and informed
thlre was n citv nritinnocn hi. nhifti
those who wish to distribute 'bills or
pamphlet", niut take rut a license, pny
ing lil for six months nnd $-0 for
At a recent meeting of the nubile !:'M',. v"rL 'fl' .i'"'.'!, l1"1'"
... . , - - - nion on. a sis looiiin s license, iciiing
library board reports were l'r'"'""t"'l t!l0 city recorder that his conipany told
showing that during the month of h,n, .u,,.. ,,.. r, ,,,, ,,. L. - ,.-,K
March ! books were added to the li- 1 1, i . , . . ..
, . . i . i . i .uiii uiMrii'iin- iioMTiising in any
brary and 119 new names were alde.l,.;tv -n , s (, '
o the lis of 1,,-rowors. bringing t ie if , with fc fc ,
total number of patrons up to Ml!). ii,.i.., : . , , , ,, ,.
mi. . , , . i , i . ..i... is un- .on. i.iiuior..e.i on u s-
Thcre was a total of o.iD.i books loan- i,.;i, : -, .... . ,
c,l during ihe month. The total Bum ! , " , ' ...
. . j . . . , . , .,, . line T-U annual license,
ber of books in the lmrnry March dlst I
M,r42, Of the total number of
i H O TJ S E II O LD FURNITURE,
CAKFET3, RUGS, DISHES, K.
UTENSILS, RANGES, ETC.
m NOTE: If you have anything to
.,.;u onng n in. ii you want to
buy como to tho Sale. Private j
sales daily. I buy anything and
1 a 11. li
rhone 510 or 511
Huron Onto, former Japi.nese minister
.ot loreign uituirs,.in an address at Halt
jl.ako City Kiturday ngut, mud that
j.lnpan does nut iieire to see the restric
'tinus on immigintion rttiscd.
A .(ii.-!. ii i,giint
the niiHr;iien of ho btreans to bre-ik
away from Japanese r.c.
ii ef Korea tint
i resionsible toi
books loaned, nossiiilv one third are
in tho juvenile class. It is noted that
there ia a large increase in the demand
'or histories, and also of books deal
ing with useful arts, s-ienec and lan-
u. toiling . in- iiio.iw. lour I..-- .. ' . - -
tares were given, nil well attended. anil ;l l:,r'l nbout the campus walks, thru
aiiiireeiated. Three of these dealt with
ph:tss of French life and history, and
one on the league of nations.
What O. Henry, Edna Ferber and
othc. story writes have done for de
partment store workers in literr.rv form,
Charles Klein did for tho stage in
"Maggie 1'epper,"' and now I'aiainount i", " . '"ul v ,,' "rar'",,l
v . . . i . ''he epiK'r window of F.aton ha
has meturifed the r. nv aa a acreen at i .. ....u ...in
traction with beautiful Kthel i'luvton
i .. . . oei
as tne star. Ihe picture will he shown ,., ,,.im ,,, ,hl v rA . ,
at the Uron threatre Inday and hat- , ,rjri on fh
urdav. "Maggie I'cpper' h i.reiiared ... " 6
for the acreen by Gardner Hunting and i
ilirectct l.v (heater Wither. It won d .i,... v.t .. , , . :
; aua uv. ! ur inrLwwii inn inninra anA '
The Ptnt'al prsmenade of tha Willm
cue universiity student, occurred at
11 o'clock this morning an. imposing
and multicolored spe.tnclc. Headed
by the seniors in caps and gowns, thev
passed in ipiadruple columns from the
ItllC State house m-OUlllta an,1 I., nnnr,
ed i'm irresistible onslaught through
the Corridors of the capitol. Massed
! on the cast steps of th- building, with
;the siiviors in the foreground, th.y
I were taken by the camera for the ben
letit of future generation. Returning
'to the campus, they were formed into
a huge ""' and T.hn?i.-.ras.l.l..l r...u.
damage to the camcru ttm. fn t.n.
been reported, which lends color tn
wmiK IN BALEM, OREGON
"a Home Away from Home."
Strictly Modern (1 por Day
100 Rooma of Solid Coffort
Only ilotel in Businesi Dis'trict
i admission rharge.
2ND HAND GOODS
Highest Cash Prict Paid
337 Court St. TIim 493
MuMc by tha Big 5 tnle orchestra,
to long dances both old and new.
int. ni;ht at armory, (lentlemen 75c;
Tha abstract nflicea ant sw bnar aa
the workers In the office of the county
recor.tcr where all .leeds are reenr.led.
1. It. Kncilofska- r.-.,ort. tha fnllnw.
ing tales during the past week: Wm.
Jonea of California buys the A. W.
Howell home on Ilines street; John
Unll of Dallas buvs the F. P. Bow
man tra.-t south of 8lem and C. M.
t'arlson, automobile alenin, haa pur
chased the O. L. Mcl'eek homa oa
be difficult to select a more perfect cast
man mat cnoscn in sunnort miss ( inv-
toa in this photoplay. Elliott Dexter
plays the lending role opH.site the star.
u is nanny nc.-essKrv to call attention
to hia record for splendid work. He
was leadiug nmn for Miss Clayton in
"Women's Weapons" and has been
seen in leading roles ill manv of Cecil
B. DeMille's celebrated Artcraft snc-
At tha annual lessJon of tha Royal
and Select JIasons of Oregon, held
yesterdar in Portland. Dr. O. A. Ol
son of thus city was elected Hrand Con
ductor of the Cram! council! The next
annual session will be held at Mc-
Minnvil'e sometime during April V.'-O.
Within tha east tn r.
ilica have aii.i.l at tK Til ,1, v..i.,l
and after looking around have bought
homes in Sulem and vicinity. Hotel '
men report a wonderful auiouut of trav
sopnomores or the lu:h school for in
terclasn honors will he held in the au-
.litonum tomorrow afternoon at 2:30.
Aa a result of the drlva for Ai men
inn relief fund in the high school yes
terday there waa reported this morn
ing 9.hO, with further subf-criptions
to eome in today. , ,
A telegram wns recently received by'
relatives from Luther D.('oek, who
has arrived at Camp Mills N. Y. from !
overseas and has received his discharge
Since December. 1PIS, he has been
stationed with th army of occupation
at Treavea, Germany. He expects to
reiurn to Niicm next week after
absence of two years.
Secretary Buchtol, of the Public aer-
vu-e commission, has been eallcd tol
lortianil. while Mr. Wi Kama a.,,1 r.
Corev are Hikinir after
n.atter &t Cottage Grove.