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WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1919.
(Ll)C 3ailiiiHal Houraal
MEN AND BOY
ALWAYS APPRECIATE THE FACT THAT THE
J. C. PENNEY & CO.
ENABLES THEM TO SUPPLY THEIR WANTS IN
AT PRICES THAT MEAN A GREAT SAVING TO THEM, AT THE SAME
TIME GETTING UP TO DATE MERCHANDISE OF THE BEST QUALITY
Will be glad to see the following: Can always have their wants sup-
, pliednote the following
Athletic Union Suits AOiIetic Union Suits
Of good quality striped and checked 0f checked Nainsook and fine raesh
Nainsook' and Egyptian Mesh MrnnA "Ac
79c, 89c, $1.19 and $1.49 wcanq.ac
Men's B. V. D.'s $1.69 dkS
And sport blouses that please at
Dress Shirts 59c and 69c
With and Without Collars of good ;
quality, Percale, Madras and Soisette Play SmtS
98c, $1.25 and $1.49 Of best materials in blue, khaki- drab
and blue stripe
Work Sbirts tteartim
Of Chambray, Khaki and Satine nrt-0
79c, 98c, $1.49 and $1.69 , , ,0
2 for 2oc; 39c and 49c
Mens Suits Boy Suits
To see and feel our suits will convince We will always fit the boy out with a
you of the unusually good values. nifty suit. We have them from
$17.50 to $32.50 $1.98 to $11.50
NOWHERE ELSE CAN YOU GET SUCH GOOD VALUES IN THIS IM
PORTANT LINE OF MEN'S AND BOYS'FURNISHINGS AS WE GIVE
U. S. National Standard
Fig Club Holds Rousing
Meeting Here Saturday'
(superintendent Smith is also a lriilit I cnu?ht no fish.
star in 1'ig flub circles. I .a Moine Clark
wr.a present at yell iiiHtruew ino.ntg
ninny friends with, her gracious porsun
allly. W. C. Huppes, industrial field
worker for tho state department of edit-
Tho U. 8. National Standard Via club 1 ' '". ('"' "'. l''" I
v u . mn . . . , epiif rums ami uik( or soiut oooit sense.
Which met 10(1 Hlrnntf at tnm l.nmmor. .. .. ..
,1.1 ,b,h ,.. I K,?l fi..,i.. 1 .Mr- 1 !:" ul the bumucss pnrtwer-
. I slim cxistmir between the mr nri i.lu
is ill. 'ill only if the bov forgot the niir
May 3, wrs lirirn full of enthusiasm
Elmer If of h is president of this organ
izatinn, Francis Kniith, secretary Irons
urer, at J Frank Kggor is vice-president
John W. I,. Hinith is emergency assist.'
ant county club leader, whilo 0. W.I
iiyre la "daddy" of tUo Tin club.
W. T. EIGDON b CO.
2.V2 North High Street
Particular work fur purlieu-
Auto delivery 1272 State St.
Phone 1084 8
at meal time ho ran expert "tho pig
will equeal on him! "
Mr. Todd of Fruitlntid, in a clever
well told tale, related his mporoneoa
Kith experience with razor back hogs
in the swamps of Arkansas.
J. W. L. Smith Hinted that the I'nitcd
Statea National bnnk Pig club i
present the Indent in Oregon and from
nrexent it.dientiotis bids fair to he the
largest in the I'nited Ktiitos.
Dr. Uttor, dentist, lias returned af
ter devoting a few days mi Portland
with Dr. I'inott, ilniiijj special X-rnv
Belter Have Your Eyes i
You can depend upon
our sincerity of purpose
to administer to your
eye needs and to pre
scribe glasses only when
Our work is guaranteed
DH A. McCULLOCH
2M-5 Salem Bank Of
"r. r. u l iter ih home from I'mt I
land, havinu pent aeveral dav there!
tnk iti upecial study in X rnv work. j
Mr. and .Mm, J. V. rembe'r and amiaj
of Monmoiilh are reKiatprrd at the
in i tin. .
J. '. Rnaelaml of Silvertoii wan in
tlie city yelenlay.
Hubert M. Duncan, captain of in
fa ii try and amintant camp adjutant re
turned to Camo l-owin th in llinrniiiir
I leaving over the Orcein electric.
Mr. and Sin, Kd Hoffman cif Jrffer
Kon were in rinlein lu-t evenini; attend'
ing the dance j;iven at the Klks' Imleo.
Mr. and Mm. Victor I.ooney ncrc n I
be cilv yenterdav frm .(.ff,-r.,m l)nr 1
'"K hp evening tyhe hi tended the I
dunce ((iven at the Klka' lodp'. I
1 The last iimtitute of the .hod year'
f'r Marion county teacher will he held '
Saturday at Woodlmrn, Addr.
be delivered hy I'rof, Miepnrd. head of
nianual traininif work of the (). A. ('.
Kmik Welle of IVtland and by 'rf.'
Hriimbach of the O. A. I', educatioiml
d i "par tin cut.
Wait S. Low Mjrs there U nothing to
the atnry that he wa ehnicd by a
Jersey bull a few day ao and had to
climb a tree. He ay the real truth i
about as flh: that while finking!
aning trio Ain iia in company with Hill .
Zwicker and Krank Slie.lcck, they rainc'?
to pimtiire in which the Jemcy bull j I
wa knijr of all he urvevcd. That said
bull chiim d Zicker and She leek over f
tho fence into another field. That i 1 1
Miss Afrucs Hal.sell, the young
musician of Sulcin will be presented in
concert, vocal and instrumental, at the
Firat Coiinrenp.tional church Fridnv
oveniiijj, May 9. The proKontntion will
be under the direction of Mis Minolta
Mu;erH, with whom Mis Hnlsell lnif
been atudyiiiK in Portland, Miss Beat
rice Shelton, of thin city. The eoncerl
was originally planned for next Moniluy
but it wna Inter decided to make the
date Friduy evening of thin week.
Owing to the expense of putting on
the entertainment it ha been decided
to charge 1!." cents for the dottlile bill
to be presented by the students of the
high school, at the hi;h school audit
oriiiui Thursdiiy evening. It was ori
innlly announced there would be no ad
mission charge. The double bill includes
the operetta " l.ndy of Shnllot " and the
play 'Hunch of Hoses."
M. J. DeLapp who has b-en with the
I'rice Shoe store for the pat six Jeais
has nccipied a position with the shoe
house of Soiiiincrs and Kaufman at San
All Around T
for the Blind program at High
May 18-23 L a O. F. Grajid
May 30 Memorial Day.
June 3 6peenJ state election.
tance to be two boy end a girl. He'
iia righteously indignant over the mat- '
: ter specially as s.niilar deatruetiua is
s ) reported from other people in that
ne:ghborhood. There is likely to tie
a good deal of this sort of vandalism
$ as flowers come into bloom aud steps i
jsnoula Dp taken by the police dopart-
ilay 11 Sunday Mother's
May 14 Oregoa State School ent or by a self constituted tommit
Dr. Hott offices moved to Bank of
Commerce building, rooms 107 8. U
Patton Plumbing company an sow
able to take eare of your plumbing
wants ia their new location, S2Q N. i
Commercial street. Phone 1063. tf;
At an, assembly meeting In the high
school auditorium this morning the Hi
, 1 chub took the first steps toward the
I annual "Friendship C ampaign a
' movement that n;ay re ftf deep signif
licence to the boys in school. Cards
jwere distributed bearing a list of fonr
; questions or topics, one of which is to
j be selected by each student as a sub
ject for a possible intervuew with some
: business or professional man of alem.
!The idea is to enlist a number of prom
inent men who will volui.tcer to give
; their time to any boy who wishes
I brief interview men who have had
(broad educational advantages, who
have seen much of life or have had
business experience, so that out of
their own life and observation they
will be in position to give sound ad
vice to boys along tho line of relig
ion, business activity or tho choice of
an advanced course of study. Las;
Phon 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer 'year those inu'rviel,s proved -very
Co. for quick service. w helpful to boys who took advantage of
mem, as ku uruuiu uui uu a mimon
Men's heavy cotton w ork sox, pair 13c
Men's flannel work shirts, each 9Sc
Men's Chambray work shirts, each 79c and 98c
Men's and Boys' Jersey Sweaters, each 69c
Ladies' Hose, pair 19c
Ladies' Summer Vests, each 15c, 23c, 33c
Pepperell Sheeting Bleached 81 in. wide, yd 59c
Percales, 06 in. wide, yard -23c and 29c
Hope Muslin, 36 in. wide, yd 19c
Fancy Outing Flannels, yd 19c
Indian Head, yard 29c
Silk Poplins, 36 in. wide, all colors, yd $1.00
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court St&, formerly Chicago Stort
"The host" Is an too. can do when
death eomee. Call Webb It Clough Co.
A, E. Watnon, age bout 63, whose
home is in Fairmount, was seriously in
jured at Oregon City last Sunday,
when crossing the street an automobile
eomfing up from behind struck him vio
lently, throwing him several feet. He
struck the pavement with such force
that he was unconscious for. several
hours. He was brought to the city and
is now at his home in Fairmount. lie
is under the constant care of a physi
cian and it is thought that he will re
cover with proper care and rest. For
the past few mouths Mr. Watson has
Ueeu wurking at Oregon City,
I of speeches before the assembly this
buildinga today, enjoying a picnic din
ner at noon.
Watch this pper for our ad Friday,
No-Vary Grocers, 383 Court St. Phone
Mir. and ABU G. E. Terwiiliger, gid-
give one or two concerts at other points
in the county this week.
At a meeting of the aopnomore class
at Willamette University yesterday
noon Laurence Daaiels of ft. Helen
and Miss Fay Peringer of Belliughaui
were nominated for editor of the li-l
nate morticians and funeral directors; Wallulah; Ivan Corner, Robert Fisher,
770 Chejueketa St. Phone 724, i Paul Flcgel aud Harvey Cooper were
o nominated for manager. The election is
Fred C. Baker, editor of the Tilla-to bo held Tuesday Mav 13 in F.at.m
Jmook Headlight, is in the city boosting Hull.
for the Koosevelt highway. He says o
tho people on tho coast are strong for A permanent poultry aud egg nssocia
tho proposed military highway as itjt;n was orfiaiiized ut Greshani Satur-
whi no niuen ior ine niury ana cncese.j.jy icut
... , w . . - v isincsw. lH-sioe omisunu ivi uie mm-
The Funeral Beau til ul." Webb ,. i,;v. i ,i, ,. i.
H iker has the pleasure of being alivo
aiier mo postal auinoruies nau nun
Dr. B. F. Pound, just returned from
service, announces reom'ning of his
Ideutal office 5th floor V. S. National
bank blag. Phone 5-11
Yesterday waa the warmest day we,
have had in JSalcm this year with the
l d as dead, and
"".?u "' -'7' Allowing notation, 'One F. C. Haker,
official mavunum temperature reading ?
,4. The highest .temperature in Janu-: ,,, a(ro,lt ,,,.,,,
A full million dollars will be spent in
Aberdeen this year on street construc
tion k nil new buildings.
TVnnna in T.nne ennntv firn flrooio mf
id on his letters the bll(Vi anJ thc p wil," bc far shortl.r
, 'One 1. t. Haker,.. :.. filv Mtinm tod.
Or. L. E. Sprlnget,
bldg. comer Court
Prices on fish lowers Ling cod or
red cod sliced, 15c. Whole fish 12o
a pound. Fitts Market. tf
arv was 60, in roUruurv 53, m March
7(1, and in April 71. As there has ueeu
no raini'ull since April "i, the river is
rapidly fulling and today noon is 3'
feet above low water level. While
and Morrison streets, Portland,
John W. Todd, conductor of the
AiMilln clnh nnnnlini'M thnt the second
concert wnll be eiven at tho opera I f
Wo buy liberty bonoa. 314 Masonic
lem experienced a iiiuximum tempera- j house Fridny evening, June fi. As ut the
ture vesterdav of 74, the ninximtim rec-1 first conc.t rt, odniission will be only to
ords elseivhere for vesterdav arc as , honorary members nud their guests,
follows: Haker, Or. ikiise, Idaho
jtJ4, Chicago ii, lukima 1 1, un Fran
Ipiu,,,, Ittl l.r, t, .!,. v It t I'ti'U.niY OIL
Among the multitudinous public af
fairs and attractions coming before the
Fenrfnir hit hi. if. mii,i bi .lS;in 1!'0 U- I'"rtla" l 74,ledforil M, ; people of Kalem in the next few weeks,
f L 'vfi T '.S.' kldDaP U'Kl Marslifield (is . I !,e' ,fmt should be kept in memory and
o j provided for in advance is tho semi-
The state encaniprucnt of the Spanish ! annual concert of the Apollo club, to
War veterans will be held in Sraiem he given in the Urnnd Opera house on
July 3 and 4 instead of in Juno as Friday, Juno 6th. Nothing more would
the two children pending divorce pro
ceedings, lr, 11. II. Whito changed
tho locks on several doors of their
home on Capitol street in order that
his wife might not gain access. Yes
This change in be Accessary in this connection than
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Co.
Has medicine which will cur
any known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. m.
153 South High St.
SaJem, Oregon Phone 282
dute is due to, the effort of state i to snv that it will be un to the slund-
comiiiauder Harvey Wells, and niem-iard of past appearances; but it is the!
terday when Mrs. Edith Kvra White 0"Kin!ly unnouiicca
attempted to enter thi. house to visit
hir chililrmi. thn Lov tin.1 t.,in
rvinu to her hciiw. wnnl.i ami u,.in.k ibers of llul Hilibard cnii 'p. W ith the i policy of tho club to make each con
tho doors and St was found necessary I """' f ,ht' Oregon .Spaui.-h wa vet- :ceit a littlo nioro attractive than the
to call Dr. White to his home to nn-i1'"" ,0 'SnU'm 0,1 J"ly 3 R'"1 4' "'Oipast; and they have been at work fori
lock the doors. Officer Thompson who K"'t homecoming event under the aus- months past with this aim in view".
accompanied Mrs. White made no at-1 Pj"' . of Wn,r '"'''"s club and o ,
me iuikh'-bi jui.iiu i u.uj u,u. At a recent meeting or tne wenster
ever staged in falcm, to be put on un- ian . Society of Willamette Osenr Olson,
dcr the auspices of the Commercial : prominent junior from Woodlmrn, was
club, thc first four or five days of I ci,,cf0(i ai) president. Olson is at present
July promises exuting times for the I maim(jer 0f , ),e Three Squares Club and
C1'y' I president of the Junior Class. The
tempt to enter the house, but remain
ed on tho outside for an hour or so
while Mrs. White was in tho house
and while she went to a neighbor's
house where ono of tho children was
playing. According to injunction pro
ceedings neither Mrs. Whito nor the
loctor are to remove the children from
the jurisdiction of the court, pending
the divorce trial or until further or
iel s of the court.
Warner's corsets' are really better.
1.50 up. Oale & Co. Commercial and
Court streets. tf !
Orange dance at Macleay Saturday
night. Hood music. Good lunch. 50
Among recent transfers of ranch
property in the vicinity is the salt" on to a telegram received by his mother,
ilie Joe Hlair place of five acres to , Mrs. I). C. Hewitt of South iSnleni.
Mr. lledine; S. F. Fnko has purchas-i He was wounded sliithtlv while fight-
We will pay full value for
Liberty Bonds in trade.
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE
186-191 North Commercial St.
One of the Portland papers refers to
Hubert C, I'aulim, manager of the Sa
lem Fruit Union and president of the
Commercial cluji, as the "Wizard of
tho Willamette." The "wizard'' part
of the name seems to be due to the
fact that as mnmigrr of the Walem
Fruit Union, there was a dividend of
other officers elected were Paul Flegel,
vice president; Kenneth rower, cor
responding secretary; Clare (iilletle,
treasurer. Harold Dimick, marshuil and
Harry Howers critic.
The Men's Gleo club, of Willamette
University, which has been winking
hard on their mutual concert program
1 you have any Jnnlt, Hides,
Rubber, Metal, Machinery r
Old Autos or Parts of Autos
We pay highest cash prices and
guarantee satisfaction to ev
eryone. Don't make a mHakc.
STHNB04 JUNK AND
AUTO WRECKING CO.
326 N. COM! ST.
ed Jhe tieorge Mason tract of seven
j acres on the Turner road; Joe Hrffguu
jhns pir.chascd a 24 acre tract from O.
,H!iu. near Oak drove. All of these
i sales were made through the iocolofsky
j Wanted $800 on gilt edge securi
ties. J H care Journal.
Dr. L. B. Bpringer, dentist, Moore
bldg. comer Court and Liberty.
I I'hone 114. 'tf
praeticaHy In3 per cent declined for,hnV( arran,,Prt to givc their conceit in
the year llMSjojhe stockholders. Salem on Friday, May .L'3rd. Their pro
fl 'grain as usual will be a varied one, vo-
Elton Hewitt, who has been with tho , nl numbers bciiiL' interspersed wiih
army of occupation in Germany, arriv-1 readiiiL's and comedy stunts. The chief
ed in New York yesterday, according feature will be the work of tlte otinr-
tot which is doing some excellent work,
as shown by their reception on the re
cent tour south. The organization now
has IS members, with Miss Florence
Shirley as accompanist. They expect to
Kcs. Phone 1332 W
Players a Specialty
With Oierrington 1'uino House, 421
Court St., Salem, Oregon
ing on the Nomine, Sept. 10.
C. Z. Randall, formerly an attorney j
in Salem with offices :n the Sulnii
Hank of Commerce building, and who j
went into the service early in the war
h is formed a law partnership with the
district attorney at Pendleton. Mr. '
Randall served with Company L of
WELCH ELECTRIC CO.
S79 State St.
First Lieutenant James D. Fletcher,
a former Willamette university student
left this morniuir for Cumn Ie.is after
Emmett k White will ship fat hogsla hort visit in the city. He is a veter
and stock hogs and Cattle Saturday. I an of the Argonne forest wheTc he was
May .10. I'hone 4.,"M. 5 8 , wounded in the right arm 4v a machine
gun bullet. His home is at tfiieridnn.
Saient has recently received a desir
able new citizen in a Mr. Mchukev who
W. H. Cook will go to Ashland this
dropped into Naletn to investigate, j week to remain indefinitely for the;
wa won owr bv- the climate and beau- i benefit of his hcnlth. He hn never!
tiful surroundings, and at once ne
jtiated for the purchase of the Wright
property at I'os Hush street, through
the Fleming agency, and is now in pos
'ion. Mr. Schukcv is a well to do
fully recovered from the effects of
the influenza last winter.
E. C. Wigan, of the noted English
f.rm of hop dealers, Wigan, Richard
the field was a l"t of rooks and
men. safe on the other side of the f(
nrnceM.lml Ia VI. If. .11 t
beat it for more quiet pastures. The men ' I
lhi.n i...lt t. :.!!
..,... iti-m ami pro- .
Ceeded with the fishing, although the; j
WHEN IN SALEM, OREOON
"a Home Away from Home."
Strictly Modern II pey Pay
100 Rooms of Solid Coffort
Only Hotel la Diurioes District
farmer from the vicinity of Meadow, sen Co. arrived in the citv lat
Crove Nebraska, has retired from act-(evening in company with his wife and
ive work and will spend the balance! were guests at the Marion hotel. Jt
of his life In the Willamette valley. hn been the cus'om of this firm to
o isend one of 5ts members to Oreuon on
ArtLrlcJal teeth, have expert plate a tour of inspection rf the hop area,
man, with over 35 years eiperlcnee, ' but this is the firt trip made by Mr.
at my office. Dr. D. X. Heehler, den-1 Wigan since the beginning of the war
ust, 3Ua u. , fiat. Bank bldg. tf in 1!H4. He will probabiy spend a
0 week in the vnllev, stoppimr some time
E. H. Kennedy la back at The City 'at the huge Wiaan hop ranch at Inde-
ClcaBin works, 1261 Stats St. Phone jpendenee. ne expres himself as very
W3. j- tf j favorably impressed with the valley as
o la wliole and csoe.-inlly with the eoulT
Bt. Carl E. Miller fias opened his ! try Jntweea Salem and Imb-wndence.
The 10th of May
Is the last day you can subscribe to the Victory
And your last chance to obtain the best security
ever offered investors.
Don't delay, but let us take your subscription
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
J. H. Albert, President Jos. H. Albert, Cashier
dental office at 510 511 U. 8.
bldg. Phone 341.
which in tunny n-spect ia similar to
the intensive farm nections of l.ng
land. The civics class of the Lebanon High
school, under the supervision of their
R W. Carey, of South 11th street,
reports the wanton destruction of some
of his finest flowers on a recent eve
ning hy a group of vandals, reported, instructor, Mrs. E. K. Coad. are making
by neighbors who saw them at a dis- a tour of thc state institutions and citv.
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