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MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919.
(Ll)c Dailnimlal Ifournal
Every retarding Suld'.er and Sailor stoild hate a job. We unite wi;h tie V.
S. Employment Service of the Department of Latwr and the Churches of the
country ia the Nation wide movement to observe May 4th as " Employment
Sandy," and k employers to Ut th.-ir openings with the V. S. Employment
Service ttd its Bureaus for Botursiaj Soldi" rs and Sailors.
YOU WILL FIND US WELL STOCKED WITH A GOOD LINE OF
WE WILL MAKE YOU BIG SAVINGS ON THESE LITTLE THINGS. JUST
NOTE THE PRICES ON A FEW OF THEM.
Darning Cotton 3c
Mrcerized Mending Cotton 4c and 8c
Soutache braid, 12 yards .21c
Whisk brooms .29c
Clothes brushes ..5c and 49c
Shoe laces 5c and 8c
Colgates Tooth Paste 8c and 19c
Colgates Talcum Powder .....15c
Fancy 1 1-2-in. elastic .......29c
Hair pins 5c, 8c, 10c, 15c and 21c
Rose bath soap 8c
Jap rose soap 10c
Children's supporters 15c and 18c
Electric hair curlers 8c and 21c
Lingerie braid with self thread
ing bodkin 8c
NOTE THE FOLLOWING
Palmolive Toilet Articles
Shaving Cream 21c
Lip rouge 25c
Vanishing cream 45c
Cold Cream 45c
" ce Powder 25c
Rouge ; 49c
Toilet Water : 89c
All Around Town
31 , ,
Tonight Address of Howard
E. Weed to Salem Flural fcoeie
ty, Commerei Club, t p. id.
May 11 Sunday , Mother's
May II Oregon Sttte School
for ike Blind program at High
May 19 21 L O. O. T. Grand
May 3'i Memorial Dav.
Job 3 Special state election.
Artificial teeh. tare expert plate
an, with over 25 years experience,
at my offiee. Dr. D. X. Eeeehier, d' n
tist, 303 C. & Nat. Eaak bldj. tf
in the rclobrstion i.f the birthday of
J Frank 8. Ward.
OeoriiO W. Xcw and family of Port-
' In nd were Kuests yesterdi.y at the home
of .Mr. and Mrs. L. 8. Hhcldon.
Mr. and Mia. Kcott Ward of Albany
were in tho rity yi stordnv.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hurd and son,
Jnek, went to BaJcm yesterday to
spend the week end with Mrs. iiurd's
parents in that city. Eugene liejfis-h-r.
Mrs. F. O. Simpson left for her
home in Portland Saturday after via
it i ii fr a week with her father, i
Charles Archerd left Saturday for
Portland for a brief visit, returning
Deinndy of Seattle. Alliin Andrew,
(Irnnt Pass; W, T. VanN'uy of Dalian,
t .1, liitrhio of Oervais.
Anion the furlniighad soldiers who
came in from 'amp Lewis to spend Ike
week end were 8. W. MarMers, Karln
Iane, Herjteant Archie H. Pratt, all
fuvor of thej1,,ivin f"r " n"rt'1 111,1 "'nt over
M. Wentrnm of the Western Union
Teli-graph Co., wan among the guests
at the Marion hotel today.
M. J. ltiHhnp and wife of 1 9r"uil
apent Hiinday in the eity, regislering
at the Marion hotel.
E. IS. Tongue of III!!lxiro n one
of the recent arrivals in Unli-m.
W. J. R. lleach of the Inter state
Henlty awieiatiun Forent drove, was
in the eity on busine today.
Z. J. RijiKt drove to I owns fwtur
day evening, returning thia morning.
Mis Grace Holt spi'nt t-iitiirdny and
Pun.lsv in Portland with 'her aunt,
Miss Mabel Hudelson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Adrian of Spring
field, Oregon, wero in the rlty yester
day, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
i. K. rieott, parents of Mrs. Adrian.
Fjirl iJaue left yesterday for Camp
Iwis, having been here a few duya on
Hert-eBiit Arehio B. Pratt, after a! Anion the reeent arrivals at
hurt furlough in the eity left yesterday .Capital hotel were Mr. and Mrs.
for amp Lewis.
MR.jor A. A. Hall of Portland, was
visiting friends in the city Sunday.
Janus H. Stewtrt, representative
from Wheeler county at the last legis
lature, and ehampion good roads advo-
, eato is in tho city. He will spend the
next we k shaking In
JiooKeveit highway and Inter give some
of his time to Marion comity, advocat
ing mnrkct roads.
Prof. C. I. Lewis of Corvullis is In the!
eiiy . He addressed th Commercial club
t the Monday luncheon at the Marion
Hert W. Westbrook and wife of Al
bany were in tho city yesterday to help
7 REASONS WHY YOU
SHOULD USE 0. H. P. DENTAL
Carbonate of Line
1st (ilycerine keeps cream soft.
Snd Castile soap ia purest cleanser.
8rd Carbonate of Lime is ft tooth
th Tincture of Mvrrh hardens giiiiis!
nnd tends to prevnnt Pyrrhoea.
6th Carbonate of Magnesia overcomes
acid mouth and prevents decay.
8th Itiearbenate ef Hoda neutralizes
the acids of the stoniarh.
7th It l pleasnntlv flavored, making
its use a pleaeore
IIKWKTT To Mr. ann Mrs. II.
llewett of Medford, May .1, P.M!,
He has been named Richnrd Diivia.
Mr; llewett was formerly Mihs (iladya
l.uthv. lloth she and her husband were
former students of Willr.metto Univer
sity, McFADDKX To Mr. and Mrs. Allan
McKadden, at Ban Francisco, April 13
1'Jlil, a daughter.
Hhe has -been named Frances Jean.
The father was formerly a Patem boy
and his mother ia Mrs. Hadie McFadden
of 41!) North Capital street.
The following prominent Pi.l. m den
tiits give it their endorsement:
OPERA HOUSE PHARMACY
Tha data of the proposed concert of
(the P. of ). (i!ee club has becu chang
cd from Mny SL'd as first aniiouneed, to
(Tuesday, May i.i when they will ap
ipear at the (Irand o'era house. There
are sixteen In (tie troupe, which in
cludes some of the tvrwt talent of tho
university, and in addition to the mus
ical program they put on ft number of
(comedy etunts that are said to be
worth the price of admission, lu this
part of the program is leo. loust, a
Salem toy. The concert is given under
the auspices of the ralem high school
seniors and the proceeds will go to the
oinking up of the Clarion Annual,
which will tie unusually elaborate this
County Judge C. O. OUlette of Jose
phine, stopped off in the city today
on his way from Jrunts Pays to Port
land to look after road matters at tho
highway department. He states that
there is njjocd dcul of road construc
tion in the vicinity of firnnts Pa,,,
partly oa the Pacific highway an't
partly on post and forest roads".
The club yell of the Standard rii"
club No. 2, of which Ueorge W. Kyro
is club leader, is as follows: "llci.e,
moxie, ii boom rah; Marion county
pig club, rah, ruh. rah." The club met
lust (Saturday afterneon at the audi
torium "of the Commercial club and of
ficially adopted by-laws nnd a consti
tution. W. C. Hopper, fi,.id worker
for the state superintendent's office,
delivered an address. Several members
of the club enrolled for the judging
and demonstrations contest.
The Salem Lodge of Eks irUl give
a dance Tuesday evening beginning at
H::tO o'clock. It is thought that this
will be the last dance of the season,
Saturday evening about 5:30 o'clock
O. II. Wilde got in too much of a hur
ry to get out vf town, going north on
Capital street. It happened that the
speed cop Was also going noith about
ihf Kline time And he figured that
Mr. Wilde wru having town at the
rate of 35 miles an hour. That was 10
miles an hour too fast. He contributed
$10 for being in such a hurry.
E. F. Marcus h taken out ft build
ing vi-rmit to remodel a dwelling. The
house is at 3Ml U llevue and the re
pairs will cost in the neighborhood of
At ft meeting of the members of the
IHaleni Orand Army of the Republic
I held Saturday afternoon, resolutions
were passed asking the officials of
the Odd Fellows cemetery to clean up
the cemetery and make it presentable,
(especially as special exercises will be
I held on Me rial dav, Mav 30. The
statements were made at the meeting
that the present condition of the cem
etery was a disgrace lo Salem and to
the community, as weeds and grass
were allowed to grow everywhere and
the stone and monuments were fall
ing down, (iideon Stolr. and James .Me
Clelland were appointed as a commit
tee lo confer with the officials of the
Odd Fellows cemetery.
There is ft Paid B. Wwlaos of Salem,
Oregon, and another Paul B. Wallace
of Rifle Colorado. H'ifh were lieuten
ants in the lti.'d infantry and both
served in France. The Paul B. Wal
lace of Colorado happened to be in the
medical corps. Hence, when letters
have been addressed to Paul B. Wal
lace, l''Jd infantry, there was sure to
be a mix up. This morning the Salem
post office received a package of 15
lettirs, all intended for our Paul B.
Wallr.ce, but which had been sent to
the Paul H. Wallace at Rifle, Colorado
and then forwarded to Malem.
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
In His Latest Release
E. H. Kennedy is back at The City
Cleaning works, 1201 State St. Phone
ru3. tx ,
Prunes are quoted today as high ft 18
cents and the market is strvr.g. From
& local standpoint, it may be said that
about "3 per cent of the crop has been
southern part of the state around Bose
burg it is reported that the entire crop
has beta sold. j
Dr. Carl E. Wilier Has opened his!
denial ofice at 510 511 V. 6. U::k
bldg. Thone 311. tf
Dr. Mott offices moved to Bank of
Commerce buildirg. rooms 407 8. tf
Patton Plmnbicg' company are now,
able to take care of your plumbirg
wants is their new location 220 N . ;
Commercial street. Phone 106S. tf
One week from today, representatives
of 11 of the towns aud cities in the
eountv will meet at the Marion hotel tt
'luncheon to form commercial o.aui
: ration by which Marion county may be
fully represented on subjects to be dis- j
.cussed at any co-operative meeting. .
Manager Mcl'rwker of the Salem Com- " "
iinercial elub has visited all towns in the ' HI9 crop of 60,000 pounds for this fig-
" Icounty and arrangements have been ure. The l!l-'0 crop of '50,010 pouuds is
.u jou c. qo wnen;made for all to be represented at the 'cont Tinted for at 28 cents aud the 1U
The biggest and best assortment in
town at popular prices. A new
shipment just received direct from
Philadelphia. Our buying direct
saves you all the middleman's profit.
LADIES' HATS $1-49 to $6.90
CHILDREN'S HATS to $2.98
OUR PKICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts formerly Chicago Store
death comes. Call Webb ft
meeting ncit Monday.
j erj at 2.1 rents. Stras & to. ot
i London bought the hops.
Dr. B. F. Pound. Just returned from
service, announces, reopening of his
O-ll . ....nf ;,, 1,;. niiliiniobilo whiln the
Utrect car was taking on and di.ehtrg-
in.' nosHcngcrs This is aguinst the
dental office 5th floor I".
bank bldg. Phoae 119
"The Funeral BeaatituL" Webb It!
See Miss L. E. Goodhue at 351 S.
17th St. for Subscriptions to all mag
azines. Phono 711M. Sat tf
Prof. C. I. Lewis, professor of horti
culture, addressed members of the Sa
lem Commercial club at tho weekly
luncheon held toduv noon at the Mt.rion
In Saturday's paper ad should have
read Harry W. Scott. 147 8. Com.
St. and $1."0 iu merchandise given
Our stock of pianos Is again replen
ished as we jut received one carload
and another cnrload will be in next
week. Cico. (.'. Will, Salem's music
The chances are that Salem folks will
not only see airplanes during the Kofce
Festival at Portland, but also on the
great and glorious Fourth to bo proper
ly celebrated in Salem. It is thought
that possiblv some of the tirplunes that
will fly at the Rose Festival may Do in
duced to r'-st a few days and then come
here on the Fourth.
Baby chicks hatched in May do not
moult nn.l they lay all winter. Can
supply leghoriL, Minorca, Rods.
Rocks, Anconas and Wyandottes. Call
at 544 Htatc St. (oposite fie court
house.) Phone 400.
Nice line new summer dress hats.
Former prices from six to ten dollars,
new priced two to five dollars. Call
between 2 and 3 j. m. 17it( S. High.
n n n mv
Phone 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer
Co, for quick service. tt
Prices on fish lowers Llrg cod or
red cod sl.ced. loc. Whole fish 12c
ft pound. Hits Market. tf
Checking over the records in the of-
ffcr of the Salem Abstract company
shows that during the month of April
there were about 140 rtnl estate trans
fers of importance in addition to a
large number of minor transactions. A
certain proportion of these, of course,
are mere exchanges between residents
of th:s county, but a large number rep
resent investments bv outside capitns
in Marion county fruit and farm lands
Wo buy liberty bouos. 311 Masonic
Dr. O. B. 0'Neill. optometrist-opU-eian,
has resumed his practice over
Ludd k Bush bank bldg. Office hours
9 to 5 p. m. Sundays bv appointment.
Phone 625. ' 5-1
Associate Interstate Secretary New-
byer, of the Y. M. C. A., arrived in
the city yesterday and in company
with Secretary t'ompton of the lvl
association, went out to Turner, Stay
ton, Jefferson Marion aud other ru
ral centers with a view to interesting
the people in the plan of establishing
branches at the different points so
that rural residents may obtain some
of the benefits of the organization
with a limited equipment. The two
gentlemen are continuing their visits
through the eountv today and it is
hoped that they may arrai.ge for ft
representative from each center to at
tend a meeting of the Y. M. C. A.
workers to be held in this city next
week, when plans for federated action
may be made.
Warner's corsets are really better,
$1.00 up. Oalc & Co. Commercial and
Court streets. tf
Oswald Bmpey transfer. Day phone
9.17, night phone 67W. Special prices
on out of towu trips. Stand, 124 South
Sr. B. F. Pound announces reopen
ing of his dental office 5th floor U,
S. National IUnk lld. Phone 169.
Albert Anderson ft contractor ot
Grants Pass, was a visitor nt the state
hoiiM' today, coming in to confer with
the highway ( uiniiusion with regard to
an overhead crowing which he is con
structing at Divide.
B. O. Thompson, formerly of llauau,
died Sunday at Portland. The funeral
services will be held Tuesday afternoon
at 1 o'clock from the Presbyterian
church of Tumor mid K-ill Km nnniliii.ttnl
by tfe Kcv. Townsend of Portli.nd. Bur-!'n, r." ""crested in flowers, at the an
inl will bo in the Twin Oaks ceiucterv I d',onura of ,he Commercial club this
near Turner. " evening beginning at 8 o'clock. He will
oring witn him several stenopticon
slides to illustrate his ideas. The title'
of his lecture will be "More Beauti-1
fill Salem." He has lectured eitrssivc-!
ly throughout the country. 1
The body of Mrs Rose Adehnau, '
who disappeared from her home on i
the night of April 1M nt Orvais, was!
found yesterday in the river about '
four miles from Oervais .There were
no marks on the body and the eoro-;
ner's virdict was that she had com- j
mitted suicide. She was til viars oid. '
The body will be buried at tiervais.
Russell Brooks writes his mother,
Mrs .Mildred I'.rooks, that he expects
to be in the city of Sarcra in time to
take iwrt in the great homecoming
and Fourth of July celebration. He
also writes that from information
available over there on April 18, ttat
the entire army of occupation expects
to be home by the first of July.
A lnd transfer involving J16.500
was filed Niturdav in the eountv re
corder's office. This is the amount
that was paid for s2.f3 Bern ot nd
by t'arl J. Tngchcrtscn. The grantor
was John S.-hn. Wx. The tarm is not
far fr.un (iervais. I
A price of 30 cents a pound for this I
.war's hops was aiain established'
when Henry 1.. Bents who lives one
mile from Xewberg on the Aurora .and
Newbcrg road, contracted tu sell his
O. B. Gingrich was arrested this
uHirninir "on a charge of passing a
city ordinance which has been in et-
feet for years. Mr. Oingrch s an auto
molde dealer. Ho contributed $5 for
his violation of the city ordinance.
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Our pledge to those
avail themselves of
our services is that
wo will perform all
of our duties in a
manner that will
Katisfy them, Our
past conduct assures
them that their ev
ery wish will be ful
filled in a definite,
Mr. B. E. Cradwick of Portland, man
ager for the Pacific Building 4 Loan
association of Taooma, lins been iu the
city conferring with A. C. Bohrnstedt.
who has recently taken over the agency!
for Salem for this association, which!
spi eiali.es almost entirely in loans on
residences already built, and to those
who need monev for the buiblinir nf
W. T. EIGDON tt CO.
253 North High Street
If you have any Junl:, Hides,
Rubber, Metal, Machinery ot
Old Autos or Parts of Autos
U'e pay highest cash prices and
guarantee satisfaction to ev
eryone. Don't make a mistake.
STEINBGCK JUNK AND
AUTO WRECKING CO.
326 N. COM! ST.
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine aud Tea Co.
Has medicine which will cure
any known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 ft. m.
until S p. m.
153 South High Si.
Salem, Oregon Phone 262
Dr. B. N. Avison has received from
Ur. (J. F. Ream of the life service de-i
partment of the ('(denary, an extensive'
list of opportunities for those thinking
of offering themselves for the service
in the Methodist church. Those inter-:
ested arc asked to see the pastor this
Howard Evans Weed, landscape arch-'
itect of Portland, will address mem- i
bers of the Salem Floral society and all
Paiticuhu work for particu
Auto delivery 1272 State St.
379 State St.
WELCH ELECTKI0 CO.
Orange dnce at Macleay Saturday
night. !ood music. Good lunch. 50
cents. " 5S
Wanted 800 on gilt edge securi
ties. J ii care Journal.
A meeting of Chadwick Chapter No.
37, Order of the Eastern Star will be
held Tuesday evening at S o'clock is
the Masonic Temple.
Dr. B. Springer, dentist, Moore
bldg. corner Court and Libert v. tf
In Saturday i paper ad should have
read llarrv W. Stt, 147 r. torn.
St, and 1."0 in merchandise given
L. B. Springer, dentist, Moore
corner Court and Liliertv. tf
The Stuperutuous Super Feature
Prof. E. D. Pavatte
On Our New
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