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FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1919.
We have a nice line of
That will please the girls for
We have a fine assortments of patterns in lawns and voiles, daintily trimmed
so you will like them. Prices range from $1.98 to $11.50
Girls white canvas slippers $195 f0 93
Girls white canvas shoes to $3 98
Girls slippers in black and brown $19 to 52.93
YOU CAN ALWAYS BE ASSURED OF GETTING TIIEMOST FOR YOUR
MONEY AT THE
April 10. Caster Susday.
April 22 Annual home-coming
of Salem Klka.
April 23 Christisa Science
lecture, opera house, 8 p. in,
April 27 limit Sunday.
May J CeluantiM at Ckajn
peeg, 7(tk Miimxrj .
May 3 Last r c-a waica
U register far aitl electioa
May 2 S Jtrnivr wook sad,
May 18 23 I. 0. 0. F. Graad
Juae 3 fcpeieJ itate election.
Town j ljjk , I
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4c Ber. Seeloy of Portland will be the
spiufr a. ihe Hrst- Presbyterian ,
iehurch ton'ght. The service begins'
I promptly at 7 oclo. lt instead of e
I o'clock. A quartet, of singers from the
I choir will render special music
Ft fie 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer t
lor quic. service. . tl
Prices on fish lowers Ling cod or
red cod sliced, lrx. Whole fish 12e
a pound. Pitts Market. tf
We, bay liberty bonOs. 314 Masonic
bid tf I
54 State St. opposite court house. 4-19
E. O. Miller of Portland at Moos
jjjjIj j. .-. riat mm, 'na" Sunday, 2:.( p. m., suojeet free;
P''sW.V.Sy.iv.svSy ileeturo. "Why Bible students do not!
I Just Received a Fine Line cf Ladies' Dolman Coats. Prices speak for Themselves
Til Saturday Midnight
the rink of life
The most astounding niihirn nf il. lt.,,1
ever screened nno of the mot sonsa
tional and refreshing pictures of the
I Among the names mentioned in to
j day's disatches of men of tho 91st
division who arrived in New York
jTenlerday are Major Floyd 1. Lewis
of Salem of headquarters division ami
Boithold M. iBelkic of the mililnry po
lice, headquarters troops.
CARD Or THANKS .
We wish to thank our dear friends
for their helpful attentions and floral
ttifta durinff our recent Inti
'Mis. K. J. Cheshire. Olivn IV.l.ir,.
' ivira. a. Kim km,
I The one inch of rain that ha. fallen
within the pnst two dnys and heavy
rains to the iiouth hus ihrnnirtht tho
river up 2..t feet during the 2t hours
ending at S o'eloek this morning. The
gunge now rends eight feet aliova tho
low water mark.
17 A Tbnnr?rc ft
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CORNER FERRY AND LIBERTY STREETS
SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1919.
,,, . .. ' ., ' .i'n- anil minor o iNew W-Ln jieiivv
i i. .i ii i t .., iiminpion Alower, good shano; H-
neh ( lulled Plow; 1 8V4 ,h Wa-ou; 1 3 i,h Wago, j ! (!, f l"
1 Cream Kenanitur: 2 l(oll W.,v., u i... v , ... . "Il
... , ; . ; i.invj i nun nnniiMi wire:
II, ,?i J'"',"' 01""ll,,',,aCi VtlK'r lU" Wu"n 'S""111 T,,"l. !te!
1 1 Massive IJt.rnry TnUej 1 Quarter Oak Library Tal.loj 1 Hound Oak
hxtension Tnlilej 1 Mission (,Bk Llir j.,,, . , M, i; Oi'k Jluf fet j
m . . . ""' ood wieners; iiei s. Wpr nua nnil
Mattresses. Kitehen 8fes, Cupboards, China Closets 2 (looj Kug," 2
Ingrain Carpets, Bnnitary Couches; Htand Talde, Dining ilir.
Kiu hen ( ha.rs; Kxtension Table Lamp,, Trunks Window HI .'
'rx !t. K ti'hun T'tn I. II,,,.,. n .... , .. ,""",v . "nnin s,
Henters. Hi...l... I.....7' i.. . ... f " V '"'?. 1 nr". 00d linnges,
.m! msnv othe iiln; " nM" 1U""' 1'ie.ures,
Kverybnily welcome. Kn i
time. I'riv. ...I... ji. r C. "M"-y ""v 1,10 mot- " On
"uy anu sell everylhing.
Mayor C. E. Albln returned home
from a short visit, with his brother,
eorgo L. Alldn at Cimip Lewis, who
is recovering from a Wftllllll 11! till VII A
i V1 uvi'raeis lu.y. Mr. Alhin's wound
' severe one received during one of
the American attacks near Chuteuu
As has been customary for several
years on Friday evening before Kaster
tho choir of the First Methodist
church will give tonight, at the church,
the well known " Cmnf ;yw... h..
Hteiner. The choir now iiiiin!nr8 about
G() and will be under the direction of
l'rof. John It. Kites, in charge of mus
ic at vtiimmetto university.
Ir. Earl M Wilber of 0?Jtland, Cl.
will speak lit the 1'iiitiuian church,
comer Cottage and 'liiimeketa Kt .,n
huiiday. April 20, at It a. m Subject,
niuomii lire ner,. Un,i liereutter. A
lull attendance of iln. 'lun,.h ,,,,,,,,1,,.
ship is desired and the public is cor
.1:.. 1 1 i : . .. ,
uiiuiy mviieci to tit ti'ti.i with the as
surance that thev will he will rcin.i.l
ii iney come anil iient Dr. Wilber,
The U. S. employment office h.i tntia
for half n dozen saw mill inei, in n ut.-
nt i'ratmii for a day and board
tneiuselves, or if;t.2.ri a day for eut-nff
men. The figure of if.) a day seems to
bo the established uricn for furm l...
lnir, ns this is the figure, offered by
me nop men. for thoo working on
the farm nnd boarding with the far
mer, tho figure is about $."u a month.
'ALIAS. MIKE MOP A V
FATTY ABBTJCKLE'S LIBER- !
TY LOAN PICTTJBE
"BEBESPOBD OF THE
'The best" la aB mi m ta vtu
donth comes. Call Webb & Clough CV
Phone 120. tf
Bids Wanted Bids on 16 cords of
dry wood, second growth or old fir,
wuj do received at countv c erk's of
: nee up to i o'cliif It p
April 24, 1919. U. G .
observe Saturday a.
Cook food sAla Sat Anril 19 twr la-i i
flies ox Jason Lee church at tne t. M.I,
Roberts grocery. Orders be phon-v
eu anu snuie cnar'ea anu uemereu ;
with your grocery order.
"Why Bible students do not ob-t!
serve Saturday ns the SaJihath," ad
dress by K. O. Miller of Portland.
Dr. Rov TT Hvrd mho hclit tliA rflnlr !
oi captain in tne meiiicai corps or tna
91st division, arrived in the city yes-
t..r,lav tTn u-.ta u-itl. 41, itivtuiiin i.i
uie Argunnr lorest iiynis aim also saw
service in iieigium.
There is pome swimming going on at
the Y. M. C. A. tnnk this week the
V 7 II I i
if a."$ y
Dr. 0. B. O'Neill optometrist-optl-
;cian, hag resumed ki practice over
Ladd & Bush bank bldg. Office hours
to 5 p. m. Sundays by appointment.
Phono 025. 51
Dr. B. F. Pound announces reopen
ing of his dental offics flth ftnnc IT.
3. .NlUlulllil JL'llik hl.lv I'hnno HQ
Congressman Sinnott wa a recent
visitor at the cartito', stopping off hero
on his nay from The Dalles 'to Kla
Try Mrs. Francis Kinir Gladiolus, nn
cents per dozen. Phono 52.F14. 4-19
I See gladiolus ad. Now Today, 4-19
it I ft B OI" -- " " 11
Th. irajn various crade schools takinir turns in
11.,,.... swillliniiiir trvent. far imitwn if u.-
ajw.v., uuuiiiy - r---i -
llll14 .WHir.-uuiir km i hi- i uui iu. u .
wnicn is iio ne ni'iu -ionnay. ijioya
RnhHiinnn hiilil first liliii't. in the T.in-
ciS.i school and Mux Davidson in the
(.rant school. There is promise of a
lively time at tho luuk next ween.
"Motorlife" saves 25 to CO percent
gasoline, removes carbon frcm cvlin-
dors, valves and spark plugs; prevents
(tnrbon deposits. ' lubricates upper
chambers perfectly; prolongs life of
motor, increases power and mileage
nnd produces higher motor efficiency.
Clnrk's tire house, 319 X. Commercial
- and COATS
We are showing the Biggest
i aim ueM assui uiieiiL in town
at popular prices. In buying
direct from the manufactur
er at New York and Philadel
phia we save you all the mid
Ladies' Coats and Dolmans
$10.00 to $37.50
Ladies' Suits $U.C0 to $33.00
Ladies7 Hats $1.98 to $6.15
"Our Prices Always The Lowest"
GALE & COMPANY
PHONE 1071 9
Commercial and Court Sts.. formerly Chicago Store
'Victory Bonds Celebrate The Victory" 1
F. N. WOODRY, THE AUCTIONEER
Phone 510 or 511
J. W. Maniney, norlst, formerly
with the Oregon stnlo Wniiinl rni.
ed a telegram this morning announc
ing me uenin or .ins ii-mther, Frnnk
Miiruney at lubu(ue, Iowa. The tele
gram wns rweived nt tho Western
t'nion office on the Kill. 1n .,.,
livered to Mr. Marunev until toilnv
Commencing Sundav AnrtI fl rmvlwa.1
meetings will be h.dd lit tin. ( In h ,.f
(Oil l:illl N'lllth Chllr,). .1 n.l ..111
be conducted by the evangelist the
Kev. Osnir Lewis. S.rvii... ..it u..
gin euch evening at 7:4r o'clock. The
aiiiioiiiiceinent or llic services slates:
".Many illustrated sermons on the
Keveliitions. S... tin. i-linrts. iwilnu.
times are here. The voi... .,f c,l il
every soul to awoke. "
Brooks and tba T ot. Tjihich nnnr
lave boon saved from the eel worm
winch infests potatoes and all roots,
throl-h tho vii'ihim-. ii,f l.a
hoard of horticnli
load of potatoes shipped from Los An
gele, and billed to Brooks, Oregon,
was examined bv tli ,.h.m. n'ti,
state board of hortii iilttir.. .,,,.i
to bo infested with the eel worm, a
most diitruc!li,ve .est. The carload
was at once ordensl out of the state
and is now safely on its wav back to
California. The stnte of California hos
a number of pest that are especially
iniiirious to nulnln. an, I h,,
loads are shipped into the state, exam-
inaiion is ma.le at .Medford. Salem or
other points before the cars reach the
point of delivery. The carload billed
tO JlrOoks Wns 4,i tin... hnnn
here and nhL..r,l to southern Clifor
nis for seed.
Dora Dean McCutcheon, teacher of
piano will open a studio within a few
days in Salem. She is from Portland i
and exuects to irivc about half of her
time to tho tcuchin; of the piano in
Artificial teeth, have ecport plate T "ty:. "P wa i lie city yester
man, with over W yMU-s expellee, ,dn' J00''1"? 'Y"r, U' .,0MltI"11
at my office. Dr. D. X. BeecUler, den-;fr,hcr J,uJ!? atll '.'V9 "t
list, 302 U. B. Nat. Bank bldg. tf i lei ma 6, dccl,' los " ,,u'r (lat.0,?
LV""1II IM 'MH III, II W Ultttl V, BO T ill
Dr. Mott offices aioved to Bank of
Commerce building, roosts 407 8. tf
be with the Cherrington piano house
.Misa -Met utelieim has written a num
ber of books on the study of piano and
is now a successful teacher iu Port
land. She expects to divide her time
IS tU 11 til 13 .XA CI S
1 nnnncnu omn? mm rivninro 1
UMMIU 0IU021 " A U Of
Patton Pliunbinir oomnanv are now
able to take caro of your plumbing 1 f, , " , ,0, .u- V'
...I. in ..i. i or. between Portland ami this city
Commerciai street. Phone 1068. . tf
3)C )(( Sfc )fc )fj
"The Funeral BeftutituL" Webb & '
Mrs. E. Power, mother of Mrs. F. 0.
Kighl linger of Salein, died in Portland
yesterday afternoi following a weeks
illness from pneumonia. Tho body will
bo brought to Salem for burial. Mrs.
rower wns a former resident of this
ity. Besides Mrs. Kiirhlliniter. she
leaves five other children.
Froo lecture, Moose hill Sunday. I
April 20th, 2::i0 p. in. "Whv Bible1
students do not observe Saturday ns !
WELCH ELECTRIC CO.
379 State St.
First Class and Tjp-to-Date in
every respect, and Courteous
Treatment Extended to Everyone
252 N. HIGH 8TBEET
WU&N uc BALEM, OREGON
"a Home Away from Dome."
Strictly Modern 1 per Day
100 Booms of Solid Coffort
Only Hotel ia Business Distriet
If you have ariy Junk or sec
ond hand coodu nf anv kind sna
271 Cmemekcta St.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Co.
Has medicine which will cure
any known disease,
Opn Sundays from 10 a. m.
nntil 8 p. m.
l.r.3 South High 81.
Balesa, Oregon Phone 282
AT PRESENT WHOLESALE PRICES
J) This stock is all fresh and the fixtures are the best I
j xju.ci tcu in me ot-si uusiness district in salem. Es
g tabhshed business for 15 years, which has an aver
y age daily business of $100.00. This is a good oppor
S tunitv for the ripht man to trpf 5n rmcinoca Tm..
t3 . " IU UHUII1.0. ICllllO.
Lash. No trades. See me at once if you are inter-,
F. N. WOODRY. the auctioneer
Ferry and Liberty Streets, Salem
Phone 510 or 511
A Chance for the Dealer
We will sell by auction all of our stock of shoes, fruit
jars lamp chimneys, 45 yards of heavy canvas, boys
overcoats, about 60 pounds of good tea. Will ell
one or all of any article.
YOU CAN GET A BARGAIN AT THIS SALE FOR
WE ARE GOING TO SELL IT ALL TO THE
HIGHEST BIDDERTHE DEALERS' CHANCE.
AT i:30 O'CLOCK
Ct A I
ocHtm Mucnon lo.
157 S. Commercial St.
WE ARE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
8:30 P. M.
Salem's Big 5 Orchestra
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