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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1910.
All Around Town i
BUY IN SALEM
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There is no city in the state better equipped to supply
than Salera can. Another certain thing is that no
at lower prices than the merchants of Salera.
J. C. Penny Co.
A NATION WIDE INSTITUTION OPERATING
197 Busy Stores
Is enabled to supply your wants in Ready-to-Wear Goods for Men, Women,
and Children, also Dry Goods, Notions and Shoes, at prices lower than you
Buying in such large quantities for so many stores, buying for cash, sell
ing for cash, not delivering, etc are a few of the outstanding reasons we can
even undersell the large mail order houses.
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The poet office d'tpartment officials
here said, they had teen unable nyis
far to cetjiWihh the identity of thoee
ending the "'bomb package." All
that i known here U that two bom In
have reached their destination one to
Mayor Hanson, Seattle, which nlod
to explode enj ihe other to IVirmer
.Senator Hardwick, at Atlnntn, which
exploded with injury to hie wife and
Other Bombe possible
Fear was exprensed that other bombs
wight have carried sufficient postage
to carry them through the mails and
may now 'bo en routo to their intended
It was noted toy authorities that vir
tually all of the prominent men to
whom packages were addressed are
concerned with immigration problems
in one capacity or another,
A blanket warning has been tent out
by the. poet o6fice detmrtmcnt to all
post office inspectors and superintend
ents in charge of the railway man ser
vice to watch for any bombs that niny
still be in ronslt in the mails.
Two Beach. 'Frisco
San Francisco, April 30, (United
Press) Hom'be, aimilur to that sent
Mayor Haimn of Senttle, were recoiv
ed last Mondny by District Attorney
Charles M. J'iekert and his assistant,
Meadow Lawn Dairy
RAYMANN & ECCLER .Managers
F. W. DURBIN, OWNER.
PURE MILK AND CREAM
Delivered Morning and Evening
I ROUTE YOUR
Express Service at Freight Rates
Long Distance Hauling Only
Will Convince You I
. ' ,
m kiting iMi J
Edward A. Cunha, it was learned
from his office today.
The packages were wrapped in pa
per (postmarked Now York, with the
name of Oimbol Brothers typewritten
on that paper. The word "novelty"
was stnmpcd on 'the packago also.
When the bombs were received both
Hckert and Cunha were eick in the
r'rionds brought Cunha 'g package to
his aick bed, thinking it a prcwint.
The packago was half open when their
suspicion was aroused as to its nature.
It was nut oened until today, when Its
content were disclosed to be sulphuric
acid nnd ewplosivcs similar to that
sent Muvor llunson.
Fickert'a packago hns not yet been
I'ostal authorities were railed In on
the case today and other federal offi
cials will cooperate with local authori
ties and New York officers in seeking
the responsible parties.
Following the arousing of Cunha 's
suspicion regarding the picknge mark
ed "From (limbel Brothers, " a tele
gram was sent to Seattle authorities,
asking a description of the bomb sent
to Hunson. " Following it receipt, the
bomb sent Cunha was opened.
The bomb was wrapped in a paste
board container. Its outer ruse was a
wooden box, seven Inches long and
about two inches in diameter. The box
opened by pulling off one cn,1, and to
FREIGHT VIA I
your wants in all lines
other city will sell you I
this, inside tho box was fastened a vial
of acid, arranged to spill over fulminat
ing caps nnd set off rxplosives in the
lower pnrt of the box.
I.edimen Chinnit, self styled repre
sentative of the Russian soviet govern
mciit, will be deported from Brazil.
Today and Tomorrow
A brand new 6-reel
Comedy and Weekly
If yon have any Junk, Hides,
Kuhbcr, Metal, Machinery or
Olj Autos or Parts of Auto
We ,v highest cash price and
guarantee satisfaction to ev
cryene. Don't make a mistake,
STEINBOCK JUNX AND
AUTO WRECKING CO.
326 N. C0M1 ST.
lb; b Celebration at Cham-
P0?, T&tb anniversary. .
ilay J LaM day ca which
to register for special alectioa
laa.7 11 Junior week and,
liar 1 2-L 0. a F. Grand
Jane 4 ttyectal iut elee-
"TEE WINNING "gELI."
Jt" U an yea oaa do wken
A oesea, Call Webb A Clough Co.
i aa a
Mom 77 Queon Tut and Tranrfer
Ca. f ;mk aerviee. tf
Two children wwe run over yester
day by automobiles. Zelpha White, the
little daughter of Lou White, a bar
ber living near Smte and ltth streets
was run over (by taxi and eeriou-
injured. James Johnson, a newsboy
wae painfully bruised when run into
at state and High streets. He was tak
en to the office of Dr. O, . Cashatt
for treatment. In running across the
street selling papers, he dodged one
car to run in front of another.
Price on flab, lowers Ll&g cod or
ta eod eliced, 13o. Whole fish 12c
pound. Market. tf
W boy liberty bonOa. 31 Maionle
Dr. O. R O'Neill. optometrbjt-opO-elnn,
has resumed Ms practise over
Ladd Bush bank bldg. Office hours
9 to S p. m. Sundays by appointment.
Phone 025. 6-1
Hal D. Patton Is In receipt of a let
ter from AI Kader Shrine, I'ortiand,
tolling of the trip the Portland Shrin
era intend to tiike to Vancouver, B.
C. The visit is .scheduled fo. Friday.
.Salem Shriners ro invited to accom
pany the Portland men .
Dr. B. F. Pound announces reopen
ing of his dental office 5th floor U.
3. National Bank bldg. Phone 169.
Hrd time dance Wednesday April
30, at Querry's new hall at Livesley
station, 4 mileg'eouth of Balem. A
splendid good time assured. 4 30
William Pern Headrick, former high
'hool boy and veteran of St. Mihicl
and the Argonne forest, arrived in
Now York city yesterday, according to
a telegram received by his paront
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. lieadrick of 455
North !ottisgc street. He was in
France 18 months and was with the
army of occupation.
Trade in your old piano an part pay
ment on a new. We carry tho Blicrrrthn
flay line. K. L. Wtiff Son. 5 3
Through the efforts of the Balem po
lice the Chevrolet cas belonging to W.
F. Tcrhuno which wa atolen a few
evenings ago, has been recovered in
When it was learned a short time
ago tit Thdodoro Kiisevclt, Jr.,
might visit the Pacific const, an in
vitation wns neiit him (by Harvey Wells
to stn) off at Rnlem in June during
the slute encanopnient of Hpnnish wnr
vet cm us. Yesterday Mr. Wells heard
from Mr. Roosevelt with tho announce-
This is to certify that I as afflict
ed with ca.icer of the niMile two years,
uliith worried me ;rently.
I i'iiliod to Pr. S. t'. Stone for
treatment and in a nhort time my
eancer came out to my great relief.
The place soon healed ui perfectly.
I write this recominendntion on my
own suggestion for I feel it my duty
to let thine similarly afflicted know
that a cure is available by simply ap
plving to Dr. Stone.
April 26. HMD.
Mrs. H. J. S'ang.
540 X. Hifch St. Hnlcin.
S. C STONE. r,L D.
(Stone's Drug Store)
2il North Commercial iitreet,
Consultation and Advice Free.
Bient that his plan hai been changed
and that he would not visit this J art
of the northwest.
Artificial teeth, lurs expert plate
an, wife, orrr 33 veers eiperienee,
at asy office. Dr. D. X. Beechler. den
tist, 302 V. S. Nat. Bank bldg. tf
E. H. Kennedy i tack at The City j
Cleaning works. 1261 fitata St. Phone !
Only two more dart to register for
the coming June 3 election. The books
will be open at the county clerk's of
fice sntil 8 o'clock this evening and
the same on Thursday and Friday eve
nings. Thoy close at 5 'clock Sat
Dr. CM E. Miller has opened his
dental office at S10M1 V. S. hank
bldg. Ione 34J. tf
Sc. Mott offices moved to Bank of
Uoi&aeree building, leome 407 8. tf
Fatten Piumbinff aDmnanv are now
able to take eare of your olombing
waats la tbeur sew fcteation 2'JO H .
Owaaereial street. Fhone 168. tf
OUf Ounnar Ellertoa, ae S7, a far
mer, wa born in Korway but came
to this country when 21 years old. Af
ter thinking it over 16 years he he de
cided he would like to be an American
citizen, and hna filed his declaration
of intention. He will bo given two
more yeare to think it over, as this
length of time is required by law be
tween tho time of filing the first dec
laration and the final examination.
Thia also give two yeare for study on
the constitution. He lives at Silverton,
rural route 2 and renounce hie alle
giance to Haakon VII, king of Norway
"The Funeral Bearmfta.'
For rent, two niee bedrooms, reason
able. Call at 1678 Vaginaw. 4-30
Hrd time dance Wednesday April
30, at Querry's new hull at Livesley
station, 4 miles south of 611 1cm. A
splendid good time assured. 4-30
A marriage license baa been Issued
to Albert William Ehlen 23, a farmer
of Aurora and Mary Louinc Kerr, a
telephone operator of Aurora.
Wanted To rent pasture for 20
hend of cattle. Call phone 12 or ad
dress Rr. 6, box 1, stating location,
acreage and terms. 4-30
See us for used pianos. E. L. Stiff
& Son. 5-3
Cretonne special, 60, 60, 75c and fl
cretonnes, 35c yard. HwiiUton-'a. i
The TJ. 8. employment bureau In the
city now can place a number of men
at tho Oregon City ipnycr mills. For
this work, 4 cents an hour is the min
imum and the work is but eight hours
a day. A dozen or so men were sent
there last week. Thero is also a call
for wood chmppcrs. One woman in or
der to be in time, left her order for
25 loganberry pickers. Sho explained
thero always seems to be a rush for
pickers and she wanted to get her or
der in on time.
0. Boyor, county (clerk .
Emmett ft White will ship all kinds
of cattle and hogs next week; top pric
es paid. Phono 1425M. 5 3
The annual May dance of the La Ar
ea club nt Mwsonic Temple tomorrow
evening promises to be one of the
most enjoyable dancing pnrticg ever
given by the club and a large attend
ance is anticipated.
Notice The Royal Neighbors and
Modern Woodmen joint social for
Thursday evening, has been poMpoucd
until further notice. Committee.
Ernest Moore, another young veter
an of the great war, arrived in fa-
hMn yewterduv wearing lii9 wound
stripe, lie wns a former member of
Company M and waj with the company
on the Mexican border.
Special meeting of
Vw" iSy He.Molav ( oiiiiimiiclrv,
No- 3 T. this eve
vFT ning. Work in the R.
C. degree. Visiting Sir Knights wel-
Oswald Empey transfer. Day phone
SKS", niht phone 07W. Special prices
011 out of town trips. Stand, 124 South
Clarence Burr of Wichita, Kansas,
has purchased a 71 acre farm of Mr.
l.nanian of rnlem. me tnrm is near
Aunisville nnd the "1 ncres wfre sold
for 700i. The trnct is improved but
i without house or barn.
Cretonne special, 60, 60, 75c and 1
retonnes, 3"e yard. Hamilton's.
See the tulip window at C. B. Clan-
cev 's this week .
Clifford O. Compton of Scio, age 18,1
appealed a few daj-s a;jo to enlist in j
tho P. S. army for three years thntj
he might be sent to France. l'nfortn-i
nately, ihe young man had done such!
hard work, nnd mostly all of the snmej
kind in saw mills and logging camp, j
that he had become muscle bound, and '
could not limber up sufficiently to pass;
the tes's here. He was given some in-1
structions as to how to limber his arms,
and les an told to report strain. ;
lining heavy work ever since his boy
hood days and all of about the same
kind he had become muscle lionr.d.
'Tig tulip time at Clancey'i.
I Salem folks really will have a chance
I to see some fancy airplane work next
month. Senator Charles IT. McXary
A new shipment just received made up in very neat
and attractive patterns. We are placing them on sale
for "Buy in Salera' week. 98c, $125 and $1.49 each
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court St& formerly Chicago Stort
wired the Commercial club as follows:
"Am advised by Col. Davis, aviation
service war department, thut he has
arranged for exhibition of aircraft in
your city by planes enroute to Port
land Rose Festival. " The airships will
come from tho south exhibiting at Bed
ford and Eugene. It is probable that
the space inside the Tuce track at the
state fair groumle will be used for
Salem grown tulips for Salem week
at C. B. Ctancey's.
Dutch Breeder Tulips, the old type
whence came the moderns in C. B. 1
Clancey'e window thig week. !
Mrs. Or Hing -who has had so much '
trouble lately in Chinatown appeared !
beforo the court of Justice t'nruh this
morning and was bound over to the i
grand jury. It seems she got in the '
habit of threatening everybody when ;
her troubles canio on too fast, and It
was on this charge that she was tM.ond
over: She was let out of mil without
bond, upon agreeing to appear before
the gTand jury when called.
Order tulip bulbs C. B. Clancey, or
CARD 0 THANKS
Wo wish hereby to extend our sin
cere tlmnk to tho friends who so
kindly assisted us during the illness
and death of our wife and mother, aud
for tho offerings of sympathy and
flowers. J. H. Emery and children,
Mrs. W, J, Neuens, sister.
WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON
a Stop at
"a Home Away from Home."
Htrictly Modern ft per Day
100 Rooms of Solid Coffort
Only Hotel in Business District
TO THE PEOPLE OF AND
If you have anything to sell in the
line of Junk or Secondhand Oonds and
Machinery of any kind, and if you went
to get tho highest prico for your goods,
then be sure and call
398 The Square Deal House.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeketa Street
THE 4 3-4 PER CENT VICTORY LIBERTY NOTE
Is the safest investment you can make. Payments on
subscriptions are due as follows:
With application lrt per cent
July 15, 1U19 -....10 per cent
August 12 20 per cent
September 9 L'O per cent
Oetoher 7 20 per cent
November 11 20 per cent
We will be glad to take your subscription.
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
J. H. Albert, President Jos. II. Albert, Cashier
Strained vision causes headache; correct glasses af
ford needed relief. j ;
Better Have Your Eyes Examined
DR. A. McCULLOCH OPTOMETRIST
201-5 Salem Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Burl E. Oliver arrived in New York
a few days ago according to a tele
gram received by his mother. He has
seen 11 months service is France. Tho
telegram stated that le hoped to bo
home within short time.
MAY ALLISON I
A Comedy Treat. Better
than "In For Thirty
LAST TIMES TODAY
I L.M.HUM 1
Yick So Tong
'Chinese Medicine and Tea Co. X
Has medicine which will cure T
any known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. m.
153 South Hizh St.
Salon), Oregon -Phone 282 X
WELCH ELECTRIC CO.
Phone 053 " 370 State St.