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TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1919.
A NEW SHIPMENT OF
round t own
P h- hi i ip gn
A, -TT TXT
Scrims, Nets and Marquisettes
In plain fthite, cream and ecru, also in nice flowered designs from which
you can make appropriate selection for your new draperies. Then, too, you
should not fail to see our .
As we have some beauties and they are at lower prices than you are accus
tomed to paying elsewhere. . .
CURTAIN SCRIMS, YARD... 18c, 21c, 25c, 29c, 33c and 35c
CURTAIN MARQUISETTES, YARD ...29c, 33c, 39c and 45c
CURTAIN NETS, YARD 35c
CRETONNES, YARD 19c, 25c, 29c, 39c, 45c, 49c and 65c
CURTAINS $1.69, $1.98 and $2.98 Pair
June 3 Graduation recital
Western Conservatory of Musie,
Christian church S p m.
Jon 3 Special stats lec
tion, polls close 8 p m.
Jane 4 Dr. Wheeler st Ar
mory, auspices Elks' lodge,
i'ree. 8::30 p. in.
June 4 High School senior
class play, "The Fortune Hunt
er." High school auditorium,
8 p. m.
June 5 Thursday ' Wind
mills of Holland" at Cheuiawa
iiuilitorium 8 p. ni.
June 6 Friday, Cantata, "A
Pay in Flowerdom" at State Iu-
stitution for the Feebleuiiud
I ed. " S p. in.
June 6 Apollo Concert,
Opera House 8: HO p. m.
June 1 Saturday Historic-
al pageant Willamette univer-
June 18 School election, one
t PERSONALS. ; Born t
( Ifrs. A. E. Ivanhoe, representing; the
srfit text book commission returnl to
1'nrtland this moniiiiK.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. 0 ill nf Port
land arrived in the oily yesterday far
short visit. Mr, Oill was formerly tw
ist uf St. 1'nul's Episcopal church in
B. H. CiooiUii, secretary of the state
board of control, went to l'ortlitnd
George Host, areliitoet, wns In the
ily yesterday from Portland, He it
i associated with I'ortlsnd firm
f architects. Mr, l'imt drew the plans
sot the M-Kiiiley school while living
CHffl'STKN'KEy To Mr. and Mrs.
Huns Clirislensen, June 2, 1U19, a
She has been named Helen Maxine.
BAXEM AUTO EADIATOB BHOP
Sadiators, Fenders and Uai Tanks
Tractor Radiators Hpecialty
All work guaranteed, 19s 8. lath Ht.
W", Oregon. 9 IV
W. T. RIOPON CO
33 North High Street
WHEN IS SALEM, OREGON,
"A Ilouie Away front Home."
Strictly Modern I 1'nr Pay
1(H) Knoms of Solid Comfort
Only Hotel in Business Jiistricc
irwvlNtf At the home of 11. O. Me
flurren on the (Inrdon road, Juno 2,
1(1 Mrs, Unmet .N. llmk intf, at
the age of N2 years, Hhe had lived in
this pHit of the stato ubout 14
The funeral services will Ihe held at
the Ki(tdon chnpcl Wednesday after
noon At 2; 30 o'clock and will bo eon
ducted by the Hev. 11. N. Aldrich of
the I-sl ii M. E. chitreh. Huiiul will be
In the 'ity View cemetery.
i l 111 HIIUIUUU1U1UUUUI.U1U1I1UUUM' UlJ
WELCH rECTBIO CO.
S79 euu St.
The eicbisivc select
qualities of our
Muipiuent are above
reproach. We are
competent and cour
teously obliging. We
render efficient ser
vice and yon will
find tis conservative
In our financial re-quest.
CUY IN SALEJI ALWAYS
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1; i V:. I M f M I
Steve Joseph Bi'hmidt would like to
become a real American citiren. Ves
terduy he filed his final petition for
citixenHhip. lie lives at (iervais on ru
ral roue 1. He was born July 2tl, 1S87,
at l'niikota, Hungry, and came to
this country in 1WKI. lie declared his
first intention of becomins; a citizen
on April 21, 191(1. He fornwiars alio
Kinece (o the .present (fovermnent of
Austrin llunuttry. Next t)et(lcr ho will
appear before Judo Oeorye (1. Bing
ham and also Ibefure the special exam
iner and show whether he knows
enough about citwimhip to exercise
the rights of an American citizen. This
exumination is in the way of asluig
gereral questions on the constitution
of the 1'nited Ntatcs and on civil gov
ernment. The tourist season is about now on
and every day in the down town dis
trict iniiy do seen cars with streamers
from different points in the northwest
The Pacific Northwest Tourist associa
tion is daily receiving letters number
inif albnitt 2V) from jH-ople'in the east
who want Information as to touring the
west, and these' Inquiries are forwiml-
eil to the "Salom Commercial -club for
answer from a lncul standpoint. Inquir
ies include the asking of information
as to camping facilities in biJem, ca
noeing, garage wtcs nod spec'nl scenic
ailrnctions. One man is touring from
i'liicago to Los Angeles via Seattle
and Purl land and wants to Uuow the
bout wny of retting through Oregon
from Portland to ahfornin.
Tlia commencement calendar of Elm-
ball school of Theology for the week
is as follows: Wednesday, June 4, at
8 p. m. Keeeption by President and
Mrs. 11. J, Tuluot in hall of assembly1
to trustees, faculty and friends of Kim
ball school of Theology, in honor of
the gradimting class. Thursday, June
I tt ( p. m. A n n mi I communion ser
vice in hall of assembly. Friday, June
6, at 2:.1ll o'clock, in hall of assembly,
gradimting exercises. Address by Hev.
H. Jl. Mehuett, S. T. B., J). It. At 4:30
o clock, annual meeting of the alumni
in the library. At 6 o'clock p. in. alum
Memberi of the Salem Elks lodge
will meet tomorrow evening at the
mid march in a ibody to the armory to
hear the address of Or. ('. T. Wheeler
of Chicago. His slory is that of the but
tle rone of France and epocinlly what
the Mnlvation army lassies did for the
boys. The Elks of Oregon have under
taken to raise 121,000 in the state out
side of Portland for the Salvation ar
my and the meeting Wednesday even
ing nt the armory will be the first to
call ewius'ial attention to the work of
the Hnlvation army. Dr. WheeVr is re
purled In bo an orator of force, and
for this reason tins been sent to the
coast to speak during the prent cam
paign, lucre is no admission charge.
Miss Case, of the pttbUc library, calls
attention of all those ho are inter
ested in advanced education fb the col
lection of college catalogues and sum
mer school .bulletins now mum the
shelves. These may furnish valuable
information to those contemplating
; higher courses or special courses of ed-
'rUIY IN SALEM ALWAYS
'OUT OF THE FOa"
JTuU"'. E. schedule, effective Bun
day June 1st E. train So. 12 will
leave Balem 12:05 noon instead of
12:15 and will reach Portland 2:20 in
stead of 2:23 as formerly. 6 3
For your health, drink Lactone But
termilk The Spa. 6-2
In Jiis tour of the south and east,
starting in Se Oilcans, Dr. Tl. L.
Stoovrs has rcuched Washington, 1). C,
according to word heard from him yes
terday. He will return west over the
Liiieoln highway and the northwest
Lactone Buttermilk, Just what the
doctor ordered. The Spa. 0 2
Try Northern Flour, It's a Bear,
every sack guaranteed. At yom gro
Dr. Carl E. Miller hat opened his
dental office at 510-511 U. 8. bank
bldg. Fhone 341. tf
Students In the sixth grade In vari
ous parts of the country have been
sending in inquiries to the oinniereial
clulb asking for information as to the
willpy. This morning one inquiry came
from a -sixth grade jupil living at AI
ibany, Oregon, asking for information
as to climate and general conditions ill
the vicinity of the fy and other in
formation that would help a sixth
Jfrnde student in the study of geog
ArUficl11! teeth, have expert plate
man, -with over 35 years experience,
at my office. Dr. D. X. Beeebler, den
tist, 302 U. 8. Nat. bank bldg. tf
NOTICE We liars opened a first
class repair shop and will give the mo
toring public the very best of service.
Open night and day and Sundays. Ma
rion Garage. Phone 3G2. tf
On June 13 the special school train
on the Electric to and from Woodburn
will He discontinued. After that dale,
the 4 o'clock Electric north will run
entirely as a limited and bwal stops
north will Jo made Uy tlio :.!( train,
north from Salem.
sMJM.iJBjgu uumihuis mi i
tractor year be jinning July 1, they I
are promised i.dK) :ronlson tractors.
This is for the territory covering Ore
gon and part of Idaho. "o arrange
ments have len made asvet for trans
ferring headquarters to Portland. Un
til definite iplans are made, the state
headquarters of Vick Bros, will be in
the 8alem Bank of Commerce build
ing. Patton Plumbing company are now
able to take eare of your plumbing
wants iu their new location. 220 M.
Commercial street. Fhone 16C8. tf
Dr. Mott offices moved to Bank of
Commerce building, rooms 407 8. tf
Prices on fish lowers. Ling cod or
red eod sliced 15c. Whole fash 12c
s pound. Fitts Market. tf
A marriage license was issued yester
day to .lames H. Campbell, atc n a
painter living in 8alem and Surah E.
'Ki2gs, age ti-i, also a resident of Sa
lem. Mr. Campbell was born in Ken
tucky and Mrs. Kiggs in Oregon.
I hay junk of all kinds, rags and
bottles, metal, iron, broken down autoi
and parts of autos. Give us a trial.
Steinbock Junk Co. 326 N. Com. St.
Phone 305. . tf
Ws buy liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
Phillip Single, a former high school
student who went to war with Com
pany M, writes his father W. P. Kin
glo thut ho hopes to get home by next
August. He is now with the army of
occupation at Obonbaeh, Germany. He
writes that in ouo of the heavy at
tacks before Koissons, he saw 50 tanks
blown to pivcos when the Germans con
centrated the fire of their artillery
on the tanks which were moving in
front of the infantry. In the Argonne
in one attack he was one of the fortu
nate 27 men who Were not hit, out of a
total of 200 nitiking tho advance over
a certain part of a sector. When pass
ing through a barrage he writes that
ho did receive a slight wound from a
shell in the heel, but not enough to
keep him out of the day's engagement
Lady wanted to assist the cook at
the Spa, tf
Girls' Summer Dresses
In white Voiles and Organdies. A large and choice
assortment for your choosing, ages 2 to 16. Also a
splendid line of girl's gingham dresses from
98c to $3.98 Each
Our Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
Com'l. & Court Streets ' Formerly Chicago Store
L. B. Springer, dentist, Moore
Court snd Liberty
E umett and White will snip lambs,
hiijs nrtd cattle next Saturday, June" 7.
Phone H25M. 6 4
A building permit has been issued to
R. H. Manes of JtM 'North Church
I street. II will spend Sl'O in repairing
!a dwelling house. This is th first build
Mng permit of the wnth. '
I Dr. I R. Springer, dentist, Moore
'bldg. corner Court aud Liberty.
; Phone 114. tf
Lost Route boos, please return to
Journal offie. 6-2
8lem Cigar Factory is now maMng
"La Corona" Hnd "Little Salem" i
gars eact!y ns thev were niado before
tihe war. Smoking them reminds you of
old times. tf
Phone 77 Oregon Tsxl and Transfer
Co. for quick service. tf
VUk Bros, say that for the fiscal
Dance Moose hall tonight.
Piano recital graduating- exerciasa
of tho Western Coiiscrvutury of Musie
at the Christian church tonight at 8:15
p. m. Public invited.
The will of Wilton L. Simeral has
been filed in the county court. It pro
vides for the ipointment of the wid
ow Kmma C. Hiiuoral as executrix to
serve without giving bonds. The estate
is valued at M00O in real estate and
about flSOO in personal property. Af
ter willing severnl smnll ibeuuests to his
children, the bnlnnce of the estate is.
given to the widow. The will was mnd
Feb. 11, 181IS. As appraisers of the es
tate the court has appointed Joseph
Unmsever, W. A. Jones and J. C.
Owing to numerous requests Mrs.
Ralph White will give another dunce
for her senior pupils Wed. June 4th.
Offices of Dr. O. L Scott, the chiro
practor, will ibe open Monday June Dth.
Frank E. Churchill will present Miss
May Mickey in srnduating recital this
evening nt the Christinn church S: 15 p.
m. assisted by local talent. Tublic invited.
1 The city park board has been nnti-
.fying several property owners to trim
(branches of trees overhanging the -side
walks. According to the city ordinanc
es, these ihranchcs must be trimmed at
'least eight feet above the side walk.
(Several parties have also been notified
to clean un the parkings in front of
their yards. The city pnrk beard is
.aho given this authority by ordinance.
Marion snuore is being put in first
class condition for the big homecom
, ing event. Last week the jwrk board
sient $115 in painting and other work
in Marion square.
Juue gift sale of Mrs. Junk's china.
Central Pharmacy, State St. (14
Lady wanted to assist the cook at
the Hpa. tf
Dandy music, good floor, what more,
Query 's hall. "
This week closes our season for ha
bv chicks. Few on hand now. Call at
,"44 State St. Phone 400. 6-4
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere ap
preciation and heartfelt thanks to the
many friends for the kind words of
sympathy and beautiful floral offer
ings which softened the sorrow of our
recent bereavement tho death of our
heloved husband and father. Mrs. W.
I. .Simeral, L. J. Simeral, R. W. Sim
eral, O. P. Simeral, Mrs. K. E. Taylor.
We have a happy time at Query's ev
ery Wed. night.
Victor records, I Just received some
of the well known (lately hard to get)
older Victor records, also the new
Juno records. Geo. C. "Will, Salem's
musie dealer. 6-4
Probably the youngest poultry rais
er in Snlem this season is Master Ken
neth Hewitt, uged 10 years, living on
North Cottage. Ho has just reported
to the Tcedhain Chick Store that out
of the 'i.) baby chicke purchased about
months ago he has lost only one, and
the. rest are) doing finely. Manager
Neeilhnm states that the. average loss
es among the 1aflty chicks will run less
than this, and points to this fact as
contradicting the general idea that m-
ctrbntnr chicks have less vitality than
mothered chicks, in this connection he
states that the past two weeks have
witnessed a grand rush in the chick
business, orders of one or two thou-'
sand being booked for single custom
ers. The Fortune Hunter, high school au
ditorium Wed. June 4. Admission 2."e
uud 35c. 6 4
Call Patton Plumbing Co., for yotir
repair work. Phone 1608. 220 N. Oom'l
Eig dance tomorrow night at Query 's
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
Yick So Tong
Chinese-Medicine and Tea Co.
Eas medicine which will cure any
Open Sundays from 10 A. M.
until 8 P. M.
153 South High St.
Salem, Oregon Phone 282
Our Expenses Are Less.
We Sell for Less.
Compare these pices anywhere These are our
5-ply Garden Hose
$7.50 for 50 feet
Garden tools of all
"Perfection" oil stoves
Peoples Furniture and Hardware Store
; 271 N. Commercial bt. balem.
ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT VIA
Express Service at Freight Rates
Long Distance Hauling Only
'real. Mass Meeting Wed., June' 4thj -.Ar.
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Admiscion FREE. No Collection. Auspices ofSalemElks Lodge
of Chicago. Recent
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