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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1919.
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WE HAVE THIS
v J SENSIBLE
: ..Ill rvnymN
For Men, Women, Boys and Girls
l M Around 1
Men's, Blue or Khaki ................ $4.23
Women's .... $3.49
Boys' $2.79 and $2.93
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CmfortakU. Sat Congruent
At this time of the year women are especially in need of work garments
which allow them more freedom and ease to work in. We have a good big
stock to select from. Come in and let us fit you with one and save you money
u lETTER THAN CVERALLS
i and time. "
I Women's extra good durable Khaki or Blue Unionalls that will wear
Women's Khaki Work Dresses..' .
$2.49 and $2.75
$1.49. $1.69. $1.79 and $1.93
Jan 13 Friday "omiren
nieat exercises tklem high
school, t armory.
Jaw 14. Saturday Annual
flag day exercises of Elks lodgo
Willsoa park, 8 p. id.
Jaa 16 School election, on
June 17 Tuesday Monthly
meeting galea Commercial eluio
Jan 17 Tuesday First
Cherries band concert, Will
June 1 Wednesday Elk'e
band dance at armory.
All Elks meet at club rooms at 7:30
June 14 to participate in Fhig clay ex-
A marriage license was issued yester-1
day afternoon to Fred J. Smith whose j
occupation is given as secretary, and;
Miss Estella R. Wilson. Mr. Smith was!
i born in Salem and the present Mrs.;
,8mith in Missouri. Mr. Smith ia alder-1
I man from the first ward and is iair-(
I man of the eomipitte on licenses, j
streets and bridges. He has bees d
jTnitted to the bar and ha offices with
Reuben P. Boise.
The local representatives of the
jStandnrd Oil company quote some In-!
jteresting figures with regard to the
'rmiouat of fuel consumed by th6 big
'"birds' on their flight across the
state. The fliers stated that they were
using Red Crown gasoline of a specific
gravity of 56, and that they consumed
it at 'the rate of 14 gallon an hour.
.The group also used two gallons of Zc
rolene oil per hour In the flight from
Eugene, the 63 mile trip tcking just
50 minutes. From the filling station
here the five planes took 48 gallons for
the flight to Portland.
Try Nsrtfaara riour. It's a Bear,
every sack guaranteed. At youi gro
Miss Elyaabeth Levy, leather of vio
lin, announce summer course fi'r vio
lin students; orchestra training. In
quire n3 Court St. Phone 844. Fall
sVrin will begin Sept. 8. 6 11
Eiuee at Turner Friday night, Sa
lrm inusie. Men 6Ue, 6-13
X buy Junk of alt kinds, rags and
bottles, metal, iron, broken down autoa
and parts of autos. Give us a trial.
Btolnboek Junk Co. 326 N. Com. Bt.
Phono 305, tf
Wo buy liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
Don't carry large sums of money for expenses, carry
this bank's Drafts, Traveler's Checks, or Letters
of Credit. They form the best introduction to
strangers you can have. j ?
The expense is very little, while the convenience and
safety cannot be over-estimated . "
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
J. H. Albert, President Jos. H. Albert, Cashier
BUSINESS FAILURES IN UNITED STATES.
Have been very largely duo to ignorance and neg
ligence; ignorance of the principles of Constructive
business methods, and Negligence in the application
cf knowledge possessed of these principles.
We can point out Your Errors of the Past,
Show you how to Avoid them in the Future, and help
you Attain Success.
TROMLEY & HENDERSON
Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Portland, Ore.
Studebakers, Fords, Chevroiets, Max
wells, Overlamls, Velies, or any kind of
auto fixed right and guaranteed, by
Busick k Street. ,. 6 12
We wish to thank the employes of
the Oregon stato hospital for the beauti
ful flowers for our brother. Mr. and
Mrs. C. 8. Huddleston.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thnnk friends and neigh
bors for their kindness during the death
of our husband and father, also for the
beautiful flowers. Rnchol Curl, Donley
and Edward Curl.
The best of automobiles do get out of
order, Busick & Street's garage, 430 R.
Commercial St. J.2
Ths Independent Meat market, P. 0.
Rognway proprietor, formerly located
on Routh Commercinl street, and Which
failed a few montths ago, will pay 37(4
cents en the dollar, according to the
finnl report of F. N. Derby, receiver.
Tn the court records the easW'ntnnds P.
O. Rognway versus E. Hoffownv. In tlm
complaint, P. O, Rogowny alleges that
Dr. Carl B. Miller has opened his
dental office at 510-511 U. S. bank
bldg. Phone 841, tf
ArHflcil teeth, nivt expert plate
sum, with over 35 years erperlesee.
at my ounce. Dr. D. a. Beecnler, aea
tist, 302 U. 8. Nat. bauk bldg. tf
Men wanted at Falls City, Or. Falls
City Lumber Logging company can
annlt. n (An man St vnrd find Sort
ing table labor. Wages 45 to eents
Dcr hour. fl-H
The annual catalog of Wlllauiotle sai
versity, known as the Willanietio Uni
versity Bulletin, has just been issued.
The school year for 1019-1920 will bo
sin Sept. 15 for two days of registration
nnd entrance examinstions. Instruction
will begin Thursdny Sept. 13. The
Thanksgiving recess will be. November
27-28 nnd the Christinas vacations begin
i Mrs. Angelina McCulloch was tu at
tendance upon the annual meeting of
me nortnwest association of Opticians
in session in Portland today. A number
of the optometrists of the country were
present and took part in the discussion.
The dance of the Elks to bo given
or week fro mtonight at the armory is
intended by the Elks to be one of the
big events of the season. Harrv J.
Wenderoth hns been appointed "chair
man of the committee to nianago tho af
fair and with him arc William Evans,
K. F. Smith, W. Connel Dyer and Frank
Spears. As a matter of pecial musical
inducement, Oscar 8leelhammer, direct
or of the Elks band, promises an or
chestra of 15 pieces for the evening.
Invitations havo been extended to Elks
nnd their friends at Dallas, McMinnville j
Woodburn, Silverton and Independence.!
According to present plnns, the dancing
will begin at 8 o'clock in the evening
and continue until midnight. It is to
bo a jitney affair and the proceeds mo
for tho benefit of the Elks band and
for other Elk activities.
Dainty Georgettes and Crepe de Chines, New Chif
fon Tafletas with that dainty chiffon finish in all
the wanted popular shades. '
Our silks are bought direct from the manufac
turers at New York and represent the best in qual
ity. You are assured of fresh goods, a very import
ant thing in buying silks.
Our Prices Always the Lowest
Call Patton Plumbing Co. for your
repair work. Phone 10t8, 220 N. Com.
street. . . tf
For first class work call Society
Cleaners ami Dyers, 1272 State St.
Phono 1084. tf
Prices on fish lowers, Ling cod or
red eod sliced 15c. Whole fish 12c
t pound. Pitts Market. tf
At the 59th annual convocation ot the
grand chapter, Royal Arch Masons of
r Hogoway, who Is his wife, refused .Oregon, rccentlv held in Portland two
tn pnn imifi in ihn firm A. n,n.t t ......
And fitting gla'sses is
our exclusive work, and
only the most modern
When we have your glasses ready for adjust
ment, they are eyeglasses of the finest quality, ex
actly made to correct the defect of YOUR eyes.
Have your eyes examined today.
401-403 Salem Bank of Commerce Building
to continue in tho firm or work for him
and that tinder the circumstances he
ws obliged to ask for the appointment
of a receiver. The total claims against
the Independent Meat market amount
ed to ini.l.lfl. The court ordered tTie
receiver to pny all clnlnn, the amount
on hand justifying the piiyment of 37'4
cents on the dollar.
Before you go on a trip nave your
nuto fixed. A missing motor is very
epenive. Piuiok & Street's, 420 fl.
Commercial Pt. 6 J2
The Bslom Volts company has opened
a service stntion and repnir shop in
connection with their salesroom with sn
expert short man In liBrr.A Ail
or nuro rennirinrr ,n .,:,.AH i.i.,i sn,i. m:. t ,y..: n. ,
, Kn iin i uiuh "KK'"K ior sovorni
B,,!nt,nn- 8-17 years as superintendent and sales man-1
r. ' . . IT',f of the Spaulding box factory has1
v.? n !"' Ylctory resU-! resigned. He has accepted a position as
vnl affairs in Por and tomnrrnw ll thn 'onnaroi ...t... - ' . . i
offices of the stale house will be closed . Box and Mfn. Co. of Poril.nri
Salem men were recognized in tho elce
tiqn of officers for the eoming year.
Oenrge O. Brown was elected grnnd cap
tain of guards and J. H. Aekermnn,
grnnd orator. Thos. F. Ryan, former
stnto treasurer, was elected grand chap
Lucille Barton, instructor at Willam
ette university, is enrolling students in
her summer classes in voice snd pi
ano. B98 X. 17th street. Phone l:88.
Dr. L. R. Springer, dentist, Moore
hldg. corner Court and Liberty.
Phone 114. tf
J. E. Doran, who has been with the
A. J. Busick, formerly with 1, 1. Bu
sick & Son, has purchased, the interest
of W. H. Street of Rtreet Bros, garage,
120 South Commercial street. The new
firm will continue in the repair busi
ness with Wesley Street as expert me
chanic. The firm will handle the well
known "Auburn C.-nuty Six" automo
bilo and is row ready to dem msf rate
tho car, to those who are lntersted,
,T. E. McCroskey, manager of the
Snlem Commercinl club, was in Mt. An
gel yesterday attending the dnirytnen's
picnic. By request, he was on ihe pro
gram, speaking on "Community club
MTs. Leah Moyer, for many years a
reside.li of Salem, died in Portland Sat
urday June 7, IBIS, at the home of her
son, Harry Mojtr, at tho age of C4
yenrs. At the 1i-.ee of her death the son
was oust nt'e'tdinj, to business nuvtteis.
Awaiting his s.r:--, no funeral ar
rangements Lave as jet been announced.
for the dnv. fiovnrtuir ftl..ti 1. ...
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the city this morning along with the
SIMPLE HOME REMEDY
FOR WRINKLED TACLS
NOTICE We have opened a first
elsxs repair hon n1 will orlv. h.
itoring public the very best of nervine.
Open nijjht and day and Sundays. Ma-
j non Oarage. Phone 302. tf
vl Dr. L. B. SprtngeT, dentist, Moore
; bldg. corner Court snd , Liberty.
i Phene 114, t
SII.VKUMAN At his home, 1.185
North Fourth street, Tuesdny Juno 10,
1D19, Louis Silverman, at the ajje of
37 yenrs. He was a tailor at tho Oro
go i stnte hospital and is kurvived
by a wife and three children.
Death was duo to an attack of lnflu-!
enai. He was a member of the tnlem I
lodgo of Wgodmen of the oWrld. j
The body was forwarded this after-1
noon to Portland for burial. 1
Why Pay More?
.ta 50 feet $7.50
187.5 Wcrth $85.03 70c to $1.00
t PADCOLIER The artistic, durable floor covering
90c a Yard
Peoples Furniture and Hardware Store
. - - - - . - . , t , uUn iii.
Thousa ntls of tlu fiiir ) aril iiuiml
ig fortunes in frnntic efforts to tr Sergeant Russell M. Brooks has arrived
move tho si'iis of premnture ae from ,in Boston, according to a telegram re
tlieir fm-vs. Kuih wuiiun willingly pnyieeived by his mother, Mrs. Mildred B.
slmo.t sny amount of Uiinny f.ji Hunh- Krouig, county recorder. Nerennt!
lest wrinkle removers, of which there Rrnofcs enlisted In Company M but bo
are many. fore going over seas was transferred to'
If they only knew it, the most ef -'headquarters company of the regiment.!
mn.o M-iiM-.iv iningMiamo is a lm-: wcr ne was assigneil to tne intelli-
i nnrpifi-Bs iace wsb wnicii cm Do gence service.
in(io up ai nome m less than a minute.
They have only to get an ounce of pow
dered saxolite and half a pint of witch
hasel at the drug store and mix the
two. Apply this daily for a whiie as
a refreshing lotion. The effect is al
most maitiral. Even after thn fir.t tr.t
ment a marked improvement ia noticed
ana tne race nns a smug, firm fecliug
that is most pleasing.
I M 0 3MntWVNCUrtNsMttf
Salem Cigar Fanory tt now making
"U Corona" and "Little Salem" ci
gars exactly aa the were ni,tn Kfr,r
Hie war. Smoking them reminds you ef i
rarmers attenUon! If you own a tt"
you know what it means to ma yoi.i j
car in a garr.ge to have it tepalred I
and ean't get It for 1w weeks. We!
give special attention to farmers earn. I
musics Mreet, 4:"0 H. Coml Pt. 6 12.
Registration of Willamette nnlverxl.
tv for the close of the present school
year numbers SIR. At the dose of tue
school year in 191S, the repi.trstlnti
was 377. in the spring of 1917, the uni-1
Trrsiiv was lust oetflnnliiff a period of
unimial pronrmritv wi!h the re?istn-1
tion up to 32. Then with the rnmlo
on of the war and students gi'ing into !
ttie service, the reiristratios at the elose i
of the term of 1814 fell to ,
o . I
What nUajtnr an ntamnM!a If H '
jdont ran fjniet ard smoothf Luick '
Ffrcet, 420 8. Com! Ft. -12
I bars founded a cooperative
organlxaUou of dental special
ists, and my particular specialty
Is selecting and training special
ists In my system, wbicb has
been proven a success by 27
years of experier.ee. Uuder the
E. B. Parker System dentistry
by specialists has proved that
high class workmanship can be
done for minimum cost
GALE & COMPANY
Com'l. & Court Streets Formerly Chicago Store
Beautiful Bungalo Piano
THURSDAY, June 12, 1:30 p.m.
1255 North Cottage Street
CONShSTlXO OF i
Strictly modern 6 roomed bungalow with cement basement, ce
ment floor, furnace, stationary wash tubs, fire place, balh and
toilet, built in buffot and kitchen wooillifts, reception hall, largo
living room, large dining room, 3 bed rooms, back hall and clothes
closets, attic, and lot 49& feet by feet with alley. This home
ia well built in every respect and one of the most complete in the
city; facing east and is suitable for the particular buyer.
1 912 Wilton rug, conventional des!gn; 1 9x11 Wilton rug, con
volitional design; 2 3x Wilton rugs, conventional design; 2 8x10
fibre rugs; 1 10x12 inlaid linoleum; 1 over stuffed davenport with
cushions; 1 Jewctt upright piano, 'onk case; 1 mission oak dining
table; 5 chairs and buffet to match; 1 mission oak library table;
1 3-section mission oak book case; loak reclining chair (push
button); 1 old hickory chair; 1 mission oak rocker; 1 mission arm
chair; 1 4-section fire screen; 1 all leather overstuffed rocker; 1
White Botary drop head sewing machine; 1 folding card table; 1
Knglish breakfast tabic; 1 maloable 6 hole range; laie curtains
and silk draperies and window shades; 10 pictures; Vudor porch
shades; 1 Birds Eye maplo dresser,. French ipirror; 1 maplo chif
fonier, large size French mirror: 1 oak Princess dresser, Trench
mirror; 1 2 inch continuous p:ist Vernis Martin bedstead; 1 1 14-inch
continuous post white enamel bedstead; 2 white enamel bedsteads;
2 sets of coil springs; 2 common springs; 3 floss mattresses; 1 felt
mattress; 1 onk stand table I lo-volume International Kncyclopa
dia; 1 odd diner; 1 8 day Seth Thomas' iclock; dishes, oluminumi
wnre, crockery, knives and forks, fruit jars, 35 quarts home can
ned fruit; o0 jars jelly and jams; 75 feet garden hose; garden tools
books, electric light globes, taWe linen, shoots, pillow cases, goose
feather pillows, blankets, comforts, bed spreads, elect die iron and
manv other things.
TtRMS: Furniture and piano, cash; home 'i cash, balance month
ly payments at 8 per cent interest, note. .
This home and furnishings are high class and suitable for the
particular buyer, they will bo sold absolutely without reserve to
the highest bigge) as the owners are geing abroad.
Come one", come all, nothing will be sold at privato sale.
Home and furnishings now open for inspection.
Home Will Be Sold 2:30 P. M. Sharp
F. N. WOODRY, The Auctioneer
Phone 510 or 511
Arthur R. and Daisy D. Wilson, Owners.
Kesidcnce 1233 X. Cottage Bt. Phone 2230
Elks To Hold Flag Daj
K sUsjss a f
iA building penult wju toned yesterday
' rn IT i l.l T- ..it;!
rt r . 1 ir t . t f"wn, r, iur an numut.a
Exercises Saturday Rignt
frnme residence at 603 Winter
; street. It i.i cs,t;nia!cd that the woik
Annual flag day exercise will be wit! co,t $7000. A permit was also i-
held Saturday evening at 8 0 'clock ' ,od e Anton Genrman of 1135 North,
by members of the Salem lodge Xo.ir.uith Mr vt, ! the emtio of a
:Ut5, B. P. O. E. at Will Park. Thi.. frame dwelling !i or 000.
is an annual event of the local b-'i;" '
the Saturday program being the third j "eeosoeetMe t---
ohscrvauce ' the dry by the
The program for the evenin
''Star Spangled Banner" Klki Hand!
Introductory Exersies t
By ( has. R. Archerd, Kxalted Huler.i
I and Officres ef the Lode. !
Historv of the Flag Wi.ibin D. Pav j
Music' Klks' Male Jnart't!
I ltriotie Addres ...W. A. ( srter mith
Muic inks Baud.
' Mrs. F.dgar Farrington of Eugene is
ia the city, a guest at the home of Mr. 1
and Mrs. F. B. Southwirk. I
I SB I
Yick So Img
Chineee Medicine and Tea
Gas medicine which will cure an
Open Sundavs from 10 A. It. J
antil 8 P. M.
153 South High ht.
Palem, Oregon Phone 233