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" SALEM, OREGON.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1919.
That has built and kept its
business on the principal
J, C. Penney Co.
OPERATING 197 BUSY STORES
WILL ALWAYS GIVE YOU THE BEST OF
SERVICE, AND MERCHANDISE AT
THE LOWEST PRICES
Should not fail to look over
what we have, before you
buy. We will
SAVE YOU MONEY
Look, Read and Think
Of the wonderful savings we will make you. It matters not what department it is in, whether for Man,
oman or Child. Investigation will prove we have them all beat. .
WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW
NICE, NEW NIFTY '
Of fine Georgette .Crepe in
good colors and styles
$18.50 to $24.75
That please in colors that
are good. Look them over.
They are priced at
$7.50, $8.90, $9.90 and $10.90
Of all kinds, which are of the best and is all new
Ginghams, yard 19c to 35c
Kiddy Kloth, excellent, fast colors, yard 39c
Percales, yard 15c, 21c, 25c and 29c
Sheeting, yard . .....49 to 69c
45-inch Cabot Pillow Tubing, yard 25c
42 Pequot Pillow Tubing yard 39c
Bleached Muslin, yard 18c
SILK AND MUSLIN
Made of the best of nainsook
crepe de chine and satin,
daintily trimmed with lace
98c, $1.15 and $1.49
$1.79, $1.98, $2.49, and $2.98
We have a fine offering
in this important line
of apparel in Woolen
and Silk Fabrics in sol
id colors and plaids;
$3.98 to $12.50
We have as fine a line of Oxfords, Pumps and Shoes as
there is to be found in the city. We can supply your
wants having them in White Canvas and the best of Kid
Leather in BLACK, WHITE, BROWN and GREY
WHITE CANVAS, in prices from ...$1.98 to $4.98
KID OXFORDS and PUMPS in a splendid variety of
styles from $2.98 to $8.50
The only way to appreciate the value we offer in SHOES
is to SEE them.
You will find us stocked
with such leading
makes as Armor Plate,
Burson, Lawrence, Oc
tagon and Bear Brand.
Ladies Silk Hose
$1.39 to $2.49
Ladies' Lisle Hosie
68c to 98c
2 for 25c to 35c
2 for 25cJo 49c
I A 1 HP
i Mrniinn i mum
May 28 (ruination Recital
Wilamette School of Mimic.
May 31 Concert by Iniver-
Sty Uirl' ai,. Club.
Juno 2 Graduation Recital
Willamette fVhool of Music.
Juno 2 Monday lood roada
rally la Salem.
June 8-8paclal stat lee-
June HIkIi Rehool senior
claw play, "The Fortune Hunt-
Sj , i.i. nuimm . u iJui 1 .
June 5 Thursday "Wind
Willi of Holland" at Chesiawa
June 6 Apollo Cincort,
June t Saturday Historic
al p?"nt Willamette univor
y ea in pii.
June 18 Hihool election, one
"A NIGHT AT THE
Prices on fish lower. Hug cod or
fed end sliced !.". Whole fash 12c
pound, Pitt Maiket. tf
I buy jiuik of l kinds, rags, and
kotiles, metal, iron, broken down autoi
sad part, of autui. Give ui a trial.
frteimWk Junk Co. S20 X. Com. St.
I'aoue 305. y
Judge Percy XL. Kelly will open court
faaxurrow in lirtiiient No. 1. The lay
w4lt 3-e given to selling cam ! and hear
lug tnoiiiww. Ordinarily Friday and
rss(tirdJiy are the dan for ihia nrelim.
insry work to a rrtru'sf term of eonrt,
kst .1 to the fa. i iWt Friday ia Me
B'onnl day, the court will convene
ArtificCl teeth, bar expert plat
sr-an, with ovar 33 yea,,- cxperiencs,
at r v office. Ir. D. X, Hiwhler, (Jen
tf, 3)i V. S. Nat. bank bldg. tf
Among the gtita at tbs Marion ho-
I "I 1 . 1 v is a gr!Mi of oitr prominent
ixjr.it,-;, recently arrived from ToUo.
Thev r0 rreviitn'sve of one of the
jrt.,i.f tl".x atd hemp manufacturing
omrifflMM in Jftixn and are making a
fmir of Anicrii'Ji wirh a view to study
ir.v tee C'.-n.) fi-.rn f.if th eultivatirm'
nnj manufacture of tliiue product In
thia country. While here they visited
tho state plant at the penitentiary and
alan made a trip to Turner. They will
go from here east and then on to Ku
rope to investigate the industry there.
Vr O. I Scott, chiropractic spinol
ogist, will not return from I'ortland
!!iil aevk. Hie ufiic. m the II. M.
National hank hnildiii(j are open, how
ever, for making apiioiutmenti. tf
"Tba Funeral Beautiful'
The remainder of the former Spn-
cr hardware atock, owned ly Director
ISro haa bwn punhimed by the iSa-li-m
Hardware company and it now be
ina moved to the atre on mmcrciul
Pattoa Plumbinf company are now
able to take care of your plumbing
wauti in their new location, 220 N.
Commercial itreet, Phoni 1608. tf
Just few dayi left to buy baby
chioke. Call tomorrow, III Slate Kt.
A niarriaga llreuaa wia laaued renter
day to Ted h- Wyatt Iavjtt 2., a oiin
iler of Eiijren, and M'rna Kuther M,
C. Ureminela, 22, a atudont of tialpm.
40 percent off on Urea, carrr them
away. 4 larke Tire Hmiw, 319 N. Cum.
Dance at Tnnier Saturday arenliig,
May 31. ttlcm orchostra. UeutUxucn
Nazamova, the lublimo, in "Out of
The i'og," 'beginning ISundtiy at the
Cut flowera for Meraortal day, 10
cent a bouquet and up. S01 Locuit
40 percent off on tiree, carry them'
away. Clark Tire Home, 319 N. Com.
Walter A. Denton will deliver the
Kmdtmtjon addreaa thia evening at the
Shnw aihiHil which ckise tuiluy. V. M.
Smith, County eivpcrintendent of
school will pnwnt di'pliMiwui to the
two jjrailimtea of the eehotil, Oeurgp
TiMier and lio.Vinond Kieber.
Speed? 112 mUea an hour) HeU-bent-
for election! Hi Wally Tied tear up
tho terra .firma in "Tho Koaring
Koan," frldny and Satuntoy at the
Danca at Turner Saturday evening,
May 31. culem orcbetra. Gentlemen
"0 cent i.
Conaorvative estimate for the prune
crop in the northwest place it at about
iO per rent of the crop tuf one year
bko. Home rwtmate the Marion county
cr.. at abdit half (if the 1918 crop
while others are of the opinion that
tho crop will not ijuite reach SO per
cent of one year ao. Due ly the raini.
and .fiiN"orBlle condition eo far thif
aon it ia thought Hurt the ir.is will
average lrf The price thia yrwr ia
about thiw ccnia a fnund fitgher than
one year ago. The felling by the gov
ernment of ti.'.IHiO ce of Jaat ycari
cmp will have no effect on the mar
ket, piickors aa.v, as the old crop dooi
not dinxMlv come in comjietiUoii wtth
the 1919 crop.
NOTICE W have opened a first
cla repair iop and will give the mo
toring public the very beat of aervice.
Open flight ami day and Sunday. Ma
rion tiarage. l'houe 3riS. . tf
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Vlesko wish to
announce tJie arrival of their on, Mar
tin Victco, from France, where he'anw
17 mon'ht of avrvice. He ia accompan
ied by hia tiride, formerly Xli He
nore K. Mrhie of New York city. They
were married May 13, 1919, ia the Oli
vet Metmirial chapel. The wedding wa
fololwwl v a reception at the home of
the bride' parcnta, Mr. and Mr. K.
Vchte of 61H Wct litlst street, New
York ciiy. Mr. Yicako went into the
aerviee rom Hutte oa r!.')it. Si, 1917,
and received hia diwharge Mav 21,
1919 at Kort U. A. KuwelL Chcvenne,
stata Treamrar Ifoff waa on of the
8aUin repreacntative at the meeting
of the State Banker aaaociation at Al
bany yewterday. Several of the banking
people were alao preaent. There were
17 bank rciprcanted in tho meeting
Oavid Kyre, of tho U. . National bank
wlaa named ni vice chairman of the
group, and J. H. Albert waa namet aa
a uuiinibor of the executive coiumittee.
L T. Burt, a Grand Army man aged
83, waa found dead at hia home 12
mile cast of talcm, Wcdneadny afternoon.
Dane at Turner Saturday aveninar.
May 81. (Salem orchestra. Gitleien
Dance tonight Querry'i halL
O " 1
Spanlah War Veterans you are order
cd to report at Marion mpiare Mday
May 30 at 2 p. m. to take part in pa
rade. Without fail. V. 1 Maaten, com
mander. 3 29
Geo. Banker floor manager tonight
at Qucrry '.
Dane at Turner Saturday (veiling,
May 31. Nnloni orchestra. Gentlemen
Forest EC Miller returned home y ea
ter day and kas filed for record hi dis
charge paper. On the paper it ia noted
that Mr. M:ller was in the ecrvice as
a first class private and that he saw
active fighting ia the Alsace sector
Mar 5 to July 21, 1S1!S; alon the
Aisne and Marne river from Julv 29
j to August 7, 1913; in the Oiac acd
Aisne campaign from August 26 to
-September , Itl and in the Mcuse
! Arx'iune fighting from t?ept. 2ti nntil
I the day the armimiee was signed, Nov
1 11, 191$. He was in a machine gun
j company during all thia fighting and
'went through it all without receiving
any injury whatever.
Vlaltor are always welcome at
our baby chick More, 544 State
Street opposite eounty eourt house,
ca week. 6 24
i Salem Cigar Factory is now making
j"La Corona" and "Little Salem" ci
gar exactly as they were made before
uhe war. Smoking them reminds you of
ou times. ti
The ballot boxea for the 73 voting
precinct in Marion eounty have all
been filled with the necessary ni&ter
i ials. including cample and official bal
lots and have ibeen- turned over by I
G. Boyer, countv clerk to Sheriff W
1 1 1. Nceilhum. It is now Mr. Necdham'a
duty to see that the boxes are official
ly delivered to the election judges in
each' precinct. In Palein the voting is
by precinct only and not by wards.
Phone 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer
Co. for quick lerviee. tf
Dr. L. B. Springer, dentist, Moore
Bidg. corner Court snd Liberty.
Phone 114. tf
Dr. Carl E. Miller has opened hia
dental office at 510-511 U. S. bank
bldg. Phono 341. - tf
Emmett a White will ship lambs,
hops and cattlo next Saturday. Thone
1425M. - ' 5-30
Special meeting of Multno
mah chapter No. 1 S. A. M.,
this evening. Work in the U.
A. degree. Visiting Compan
A new shipment boys'
received in the latest
models. A splendid as
sortment for your
choosing. Ages 6 to 17.
$3.45, $4.93, $5.75
Modern Woodmen attention. Import
ant meeting ThuMitay evening, May
119. Come. Committee,' 5-29
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
GALE & COMPANY
Com'l. & Court Streets Formerly Chicago Store
The McMiilnvtlle base ball team
came, nw, and were conquered. x"cs
tordjiy afternoon on the Willamette
grounds tho Halein high school band .
met the visitors in a rapid game, which'
in the first three innings wna vory
closely played, the score being held at
1 to 1. Then tho Sulcni team shook it
clf loose and began to pilo up scores,
among which wan a spectncular home
run taken by Latham with a fly over
the grand stamL There was the cus
tomary record of errors on both aides,
but on tho whole the Salein liattery did
good work and the game was aa inter
esting one for players and Biutators.
Tho final score showed 10 to 3 in fav
or of ftalotn. Tho visitors are not sat
isfied to lit the contest end there, ao
will .piny a return game with the high
school boys on June 14th.
Warren Hunt snd Harvey Parker
jazzers tonight at (juerry's dance hall.
Mak up an auto party tonight for
Querrys. Good road, music and time.
Speaking about antiquities, 3. O. O
Wimer has one that has more than or
dinary interest aUrtchcd. It a cop;
tf the (Slut in i nan of the vimtHgc of
lSoti in the days wh 'n Asahel Hjuh
wns behind the ouil and to payroll.
This copy is number 12 tf smne 6,
and while It shows tho av.auit nnd bat
tery of time and axe. it is still read
able. It ia a blanket sheet o sevm
w-iile columns, set in fine type and in
nocent of block heads and disp'.rry
ads. Its market column reeds oddly n
compared with the year 1919. Wheat
was selling at $1, oats at 62 cents, po
tatoes at AO centa a buslul, benns at
2 cents a ound, bacon 11 cents, but
ter 20 cents, eggs 15 cent and flour
nt tl a hundred.
Sura nave a good time at Querry'i
There's No Question
About the need of a checking account by all who have
money transactionsthe only question is who will
handle the funds?
This bank places at your service, its equipment,
security and experience, guaranteeing a satisfactory
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
J. H. Albert, President Jos. H. Albert, Collier
which he has spoken, Mr. Stewart has home an.d that his real name was Hur
found the communities interested and old Griliblo and that his people live
enlhusinatic over good road, He will ne0r tanby. Th father of the boy is
speak this evening at Stnyttm Thurs- in A,toritl ity 1o loeat6 hlm -but
day evening at Jefferson, Friday evo-'his roth(,r ja luAiiie Ha a rivt)(l
IHYLA'lS took his waywmd
i T 4i t j 'v. Drother Home with bmi.
c qt inr oiiiivij ti uiitiit y r veil I fig,
oune .no e.ion, ne lucsnay. jjvjy gj ALWAYS
We buy liberty bonds, 314 Masonic
Dr. L. E. Springer, dentist. Moore
bldg. corner Court and Liberty.
ihone 114, tf
. .Tha boJv at W T Riuuinl ill Urn in
kt.,fe Thnrsdny from 10 o'clock in the
morniiiK until 1 o'clock in I ho after
noon at the Wiibb c Cloush chapel.
The funeral services will le held at
the chapel at 2 o'clock and will be con
ducted bv the Mnon. Hurial will be
in the Warren cemetery
Dance at Turner Saturday evening.
May 31. Salem orchestra. Gentlemen
Llor conditions in the- atate at
Washington at the present time com,-
pare most favorably with condition
prior to the war, according to reports
received by the I'mted Mate employ
I'tano were set oa foot al meeting
of the Walla Walla eounty commission
ers a few days ago for calling an elec
tion to bond the county for $ 1,."OO,OO0
for permanent roads.
Try a Meal at
-3 North Commercial St. over Home
Cretonnes 60c, 60c 75c snd $1 values
)5c vard. Hamilton's. 5 29
This week's drapery special. Firm
colors in Snowfluke drapery Koae,
Ulue and Green. Kegutnr 7", Die. Ham
ilton 'a 6 29
Major Jack Hamilton, with his
French wife whom he rescued from the
Gorman will Sx-k auain this evening
at the Liberty theater. Several months
ago the Saturday Evening I'ost had
an artiile de.crtling the mnjjr ' thrill
ing experiences' in arriving at a con
vent in northern 'fiance .piat the
Germans were killing and carrying
avav tk women and how he managed
with other soldiers to drive the Huns
away in time to save among others
the woman who eventually became his
Try Northern Flour, It's a Bear,
every sack guaranteed. At youi gro
Ware or ' corsets are really better.
1.50 up. Gale ft Co. Commercial snd
Court street. U,
Dr. Mott offices moved to Bank of
Cootraere building, rooms 407 8. tf
St. Paul is strong for good roads snd
the -.Vi.rXKt Marion enmity bunding
measure, accorumj to James S. Stew
art, who s;H)ke there last evening oa
the good roads pnblcms in Marion
county, la every part of the county in
"Tha est" Is all you can do when
death comes. Call Webb t Clough Co.
Phous 120. tf
A boy about 15 years old giving his
name as 'Norman Kid, applied last eve
ning for lodging at the police ststioii.
Upon being questioned, he finally sd
niitted that he had ran away irom
J Western M& Salvage J
if Particular work for partieu-
Auto delivery 1272 State St.
Phone 1684 5-29
W. T. RIODON CO.
252 North High Street
SALEM AUTO BADIATOB SHOP
Radiators, Fenderi and Gai Tanki
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
AlPwork guaranteed, 198 8. 12th Kt.
Salem, Oregon. 812
WELCH ELECTRIC CO.
379 Stats St
We will buy for spot cash,
your old furniture, tools, house
hold goods, hardware and junk
of all descriptions. There is
hardly an item we do not buy
We specialize in this line
are able to pay all your goods
Give us a trial.
Corner Center a N. Commercial
care of I
Chinese Medicine and Tea C
Has medicine which will eyre any
Open Sundays from 10 A. M.
until 8 r. Al. A.
153 South High St. f
Eg; auoijr uo2jjq 'aiding I
B. W. BALLANTYNE
Players a Bpeciaity
With Clierrington Piano House,
Court St., Salem, Oregon'
WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON,
"A Home Away from Home."
Strictly Modern 1 Per Day
100 Booms of Solid Comfort
Only Hotel in Business District
Highest market price paid for logan
berries. Royal Anne cherries, red rasp
berries, strawberries, gooseberries and
We furih tixea and crates.
r)2 Sta'e St. Sa'em, Ore.
ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT VIA
Express Service at Freight Rates
Long Distance Hauling Only
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS'