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By GEETKTOE EOEISON ft
EASTER SALE OF
416 fjZ?wk j?v
The loveliest dresses ever for Easter.. It is some
thing to say that these latest,creations are prettier
than those shown heretofore. It was no simple
task to gather them as so many pretty ones, not
only pretty ones, but in accord with the modes, laid
down for present wear.
A Special Sale Silk Taffetas, Gerogette, Crepe
de Chine and Pongee Silk Dresses $14.90
LNTIRE NEW ENGLAND
(Ooatiaued from page one)
la l'rcsideut Wilson charged that the
postmaster general is wrecking tne dem
ocratic party and demanded that ho be
Removed and the strike settled.
A general strike of all lubor in New
Kngland la predicted if the itriko ia not
ettled in very ihort time.
The possibilities of a nation-wide
trike of telephone emptorea have, ad
vanced from the stngo of being consid
ered to tho point where plum for such
a move are in the making. The itrikera
iu New Englnnd are constantly being
axsured of the support of uuioiif iu ev
Upon the results of this demonstra
tion, perhaps in even a shorter time
i than the public believes it possible, tho
I strike may spread to every city, town
'and hamlet iu tho country.
Ronton. Mass.. Aoril 18. I United
'Piths.) Tho aituntinn in tho telephone
'strike throughout Now England was
tense today, following a sercs of clash
SV LIQUIDS AND PASTM FORBlACK7 Mtf
OOrVHITE,TAN AND OX-BLOOD AflfW
ShS (PARK BWOWN)SHOES
ies between crowds of strike svmrnthia-
ers and strikebreakers in which several
studeuts of the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology were beaten.
With tho strike in its fourth day
there wore no indications of a break
in the ranks of the strikers, wh0 still
maintain that they will not negotiate
through tho channels which Postmaster
General Burleson declares they must
use beforo tho wsbb increase niieatlnn
will be considered.
Von nilixt, lean tha lUmi.li
bowels purify the blood, each spring,
ur jua iohvo winier a germs ana lm-
i'ur net in your dioou ona system,
riv them owav. clean out Mia ilnm.
aeh ami bowels rake nnlliahor'a
purifier. 3's. Toa or Tablets.
IV J. Reduce your doctor':
1 bills by keeping
always on hand
YOUR BODYGUARD"-30. OOiTft:
S A A AAA A a . . . . . . . . . " T ' "
Young Men gave their lives. We
are not akod to give but to loan
our money with whirh to pay for
the equipment that made further
sacrifice of life linticceiwtry.
Eleventh Hour Purchase of
May be consummated here with
ease, confidence and dispatch
Wear Something New
Ilere are the important little
thinps that meet Woman's
COLLARS AND CUFF SETS
SILK FIBER HOSE
PURE SILK HOSE
WHITE SATIN PUMPS
WHITE KID PUMPS
And the Necessary Thing9
For the Sterner Sex
A NEW HAT
A SNAPPY CAP
OOD Friday wiU be observed with
Udue ceremony at the falem
churches this evening. At the
First Methodiat Episcopal church Btain
er't oratorio, "The I'rucifixioa" will
b aung by a large choir under the di
rection of Dr. John K. &te. The beau
tiful and impresaive oratorio will draw
a large crowd so it will be well for
those wishing to attend to com a lit
tle early. ervices begin promptly at
lira. Lizzie Smith, past department
president of the Woman 'a Belief Cwps
who has been epcoiting the past month
in Portland visiting friends, returned
Mr. and Mrs .Ernest T. Vigars of
Portland motored from Portland Wed
nesday afternoon and were guests at
the W. C. IMbble home on North Lib
erty street during the day. They will
eome to (Salem the first of th-4 week to
make their home, as Mr. Vigors has
accepted a position with the highway
eommismon at the state house. Mr.
and Mrs. Vigars were formerly of
lalo Alto, California, where Mr. Vi
gars took course in training at the
Tho Women Auiiliary of St.
Paul's church are planning a silver
tee. and cooked food sale at the rectory
on ithe Wedncsdav of Easter week. The
ladies of 6t. Paul 'a have acquired a
reputation of making a success of ev-1
ery affair they sponsor and the coming
event will no doubt tje in direct Keep
ing with their former undertakings.
Miss Grace Edgington, assistant pro
fessor of journalism at the Uuivcrsiity
of Washington, was in baton yester
day as the guest of Mrs. Ivan Bol
linger. Miss Edgington had been vis
iting in Eugene, where he was onco
connected with the Eugene Jtegister,
and was on hejr way to ber home in
Hood Hiver on a vacation. She is a
graduate of the Tuiversity of Oregon
and is very jiopular in sorority cir
cles. a a
Friends of Mrs. W. It. Sloper will
be pleased to hear that she expects to
return home in the near future. Mrs.
Sloper is vlniting with friends in Kcr-
Mrs. H. F. Wickner and daughters
of Astoria, are gurata at the homo of
Mrs. Wickner's parents, Mr, ana airs.
-Cleorge Dimirk. Mrs. Wickner ia well
known in tiulcm, 'being a graauaio or
the Willamette university school oi
. a a a
Mr. II. Smith, who hn been in
Portland attending the funeral of her
sister, returned home Wednesday eve
u.. r T?ii-lin-.)ii tins rtonn tn
Will. Lit v. ..... . v.c
Anahiem, California, to visit her moth
er who is ill.
a a a
Mrs. Enchel Recder is a Silverton
visitor this week.
a a a
l?p from the feast my mater rose
Wk.t nttiL.i. ihi wind An ffenrflllf
Up from tho feupt at the evening's
Throo from out of the twelve he chose
And .took them into a loueiy pince
And left them there for a little
(0, but the wind is fearful!)
Into the dark my Master etept
(Far are the stars' and chilly)
'.,f th ,trk while his comrade slept.
Those who watch with him should have
And he prayed his prayer in his
And drank his chalice of bitterness.
(Pale are the stars and chilly!)
Faco to the mi my Master stood
(Dawn must be near to breaking)
Fwce to .the mob as a Master should
And he saw, as he rooked, a crimson
And a world washed clean by a
heart's blood red
And a world revived by a heart's
And the dawa of a new life waking.
i you are overworked, feel list
languid, or when you can't
sleep or oat, better take JloUister'l
Bocky fountain Tea, livens yon up,
purifies tho blood, soothe and regu
latoe the stomach, makes you eat and
sleep. A real Spring Medicine. 35c.
Tea or Tablets.
RIVAL PILOTS AWAIT CHANCE
TO BTAKT TRANS-OCEAN TRIP
8t. Johns. X. Pi. April IS. (United
Press.) Weather prospects were unfuv-
View Eved Cahly
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fnr tip-Unt mottwra. that pln an-l utrf
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1"'Um ""Jftha prnvPiKi tha rrula ant Irr
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tTS!mS S"rl dlsimifort.
WHher s tritn4 niakca It p.aaihie f,r tha
evprrtant nwtlwr to hmelt rtal! aid
salur. la tha rlorkma or tn be l arf.'rawA
and no a ihuuld airlf.-l to c.v nj.
inra a twU'iuf hamt. It mMn D(lnltt'T
CT'n t Ihe lnir, at tha crti wu b
MMtXE " "im rrpoM ,nd
a. Ilf ST "f, M"'r' rrl"'l n akin
an aeft and natural, and crrt.fOT4
yror ijaHh ami rnl dmin tha pi
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ra Us us at one.
BLOUSES OF SPECIAL STYLE FOR
The new suits call for blouses designed in particular mod
els to wear well with the new waisted skirts if the ef
fect of the suit is to be aehieved.You will find here a
line of the most desirable models in suit blouses.
' Georgette Crepe Blouses
$3.98, $4.98, $5.95, up to $14.75
Crepe de Chine Blouses
$4.98, $5.95, $6.95 up to $12 50
98c, $1.98, $2.75 up to $9.75
EASTER SHOWING-FEATURING A SPLENDID LINE OF
CREPE DE CHINE LINGERIE GARMENTS.
Camisoles Envelope Chemise Gowns Combinations
98c to $3.75 $2.98 to $9.75 $4.95 to $9.75 . $195. to $9.75
Excellent Values in Outer Garments
SUITS ; $19.75, $24.75 to $47.50
COATS $14.75, $19.75, to $44.75
DOLMANS $24.75, $34.75, to $55.00
CAPES $14.75, $19.75 to $34.75
SKIRTS $ 695, $19.75 to $29.75
SILK DRESSES $12.48, $19.75 to $57.50
FABRIC DRESSES .....$14.75, $18.50 to $34.75
"Where Shopping is a Pleasure"
U. G. Shipley Co.
BUY 5th VICTORY BONDS
orable for the trsns-Atlantie flight
when Lieutenant Clements, flight offi
cer, took his last observation here.
However, the Martinsydo inachino pilot,
Kaynham, ig believed ready for its get
nway at any time and if it stnrts, it is
considered certain that Pilot Htwker
in his Hopwith will also take the air
for the big jump.
HINES COMINO WEST
A E HIT Ali KFASIITIY UOFFICER
Becramcnto, Oul., April 18. Lieu
tenant iliarlcs W. Schwsrtr. of Mather
field will start on an aerial recruiting
drive May '20. He will fly as far north
as Seattle, dropping recruiting litera
ture and stopping at many cities to
personally sin up men for the air
toy EH ALLS
Rog. U.S. Pat. Off.
Is out Registered and Common-law
Trade-Mark tnd can only be right
fully used on goods made by us.
K over all t are garments (or
children I to 8 years of age.
If a dealer tries to sell you, under
the Kovaralls name, any garment
not of our -manufacture, you may be
sure he has an article that he is
trying to market on Koveralh
Unless mad by Levi Stranss & Co.
' they V. not KOVLRALLi
Keep Kids Kleen
$1.50 the Suit
MKT FREE 'ST
KON'ERALLS art mc eorr by Levi
Strum ft Co, Saa Fiaocixa aad bear tha
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San Francisco. April 18. (Vnited
Press) Wnlkrr 11. Hines, director
general of rnilronds. ia uppronchiiij; the
coast toilay through -Montana. Ho is
expected to arrive in Spokane tomor-j until April 24.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
row nnd will be in Porthinil Monday.
according to in formation received hor
ite is not expected in Sun Francisio
When the Skin Seems Ablaze
With Itching and Burning
There's just one thing to do.
If your skin seem ablaze with the
fiery burning and itching of Eczema,
real and lasting relief can only
come from treatment that goes be
low the surface that reaches down
to the very source of the trouble.
So-called skin-diseases come from
a disordered condition of the blood,
and search far and near, and you
cannot find a blood remedy that ap
proaches S. S. S. for real efficiency.
the proper treatment it through the
S. S. S. has been on the market for
fifty years, during which time it has
been giving uniform satisfaction for
alUmanner of blood disorders. . If
you want prompt and lasting relief,
you can rely upon S. S. S. For ex
pert advice as to the treatment of
your own individual cane, write to
day to Chief Medical Adviser, Swift
Specific Co, Dcot. C. Atlanta. Ga
ERIXCN& JONES, General Contractors
201 Masonic Building. Phone 1216 R
Building in all its branches
171 S. High Street
2G0 Ash Street
Phone Broadway 454
Ours is the only line of auto freight trucks operating I
mrwnccu uere ana roruano. we also make
DALLAS, MONMOUTH. INDEPENDENCE.
We buy produce of all kinds and with our trarjspor-
tation facilities v;e are abb to pay the highest cash p
prices. Order your freight routed our way. Sell g
your eggs, dressed meats, poultry, etc., to us. q