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THURSDAY", AUGUST 14, 1919.
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tWiH Be of Interest to You
TO NOTE THE EXTREMELY LOW PRICES ON
Which we are offering you. You will find a nice new," clean stock to select
from and new ones coming right along now.
Velveteens 98c, $1.23, $3.49 and $4.93 yd
Poie de Soie $2.23 and $2.49 yd
Black Moire .. . ..$2.49 yd
Messaline .. .:.... ...........:.....$1.49 to $1.98 yd
Taffetas :....$1.69 to $1.98 yd
Ssitins - - :.:.:.......$2.25 yd
Georgettes Plain Colors ....$1.98 yd
Fancy Figured Georgettes u... .. ....$2.49 yd
Crepe de Chine ; $19 yd
PP,ins - ' 98c, $1-49, and $2.15 yd
Figured Satin Linings $1.98 yd
Usona Silks :...l......49c, 69c and 89c yd
All Around Town
for the remainder of the evening the
entire family wis busv answering the
ad. He had placed i 1 rire of IK) on
the cow and the sale' was soon made.
But sad to relsto, ft- the (ale had
bee closed another piiivhaaer showed
up offering tl With 5'i telephone
call's and 30 peopb routing out to aee
the cow, Mr. Weils is indited to think
people read advertisemeuU , ...
! Tree, old lumber for too hauling, at
Salem Water Co.
Camp out or live
WUlard Storage Battery Snrrloa Sta-
tioa will , move to 2SS N. High St.
about Sept. 1st. Years for better serv
Dr. Mott, Bank of Commerce, 407-8.
The funeral aervices of Bessie Q.
Spencer will be held Friday afternoon
at 3 o'clock from, the Terwilliger
Home. They will be conducted by the
Rev. C. H. Powell. Burial will be in the
Odd Fellows cemetery.
Sales Cigar Factory u now making
"La Corona" and "Little Salem ei-
tare eiaetlr thev were made before
the war. Bmokins them reminds you of
eld times. tf
STOCKHOLDER IN CRANE
COMPANY SAYS DEMANDS
W STRIKERS ARE JUST
! others without anything like commen
jsuiate returns to society for it. There
I Is no good act or generous deed of any
moniber of the Crane, family that at ull
will or should invalidate this conviction."
I' " I
Chicago, Aug. 14. (United Press.)! Tl' sooner the money -is taken etty
"Radically socialistic' and hurmful to "f. ,hl' fllmil.v. better it will be, Mrs.
labor" were ehtiractoriantions given 'or "those of the finally
here todny by Charles R, Crane,, Jr., of who have ,,une littl0 ,,lr inj"re t,"
statoinents ninde by his cousin, Mrs. ",JV,' others by the use of this on
Frances R. Lillie, In tipliolrli n r actions! ,r",l money."
of the 70(10 employes of the Crsne eom-l Crane, who is n cousin of Hichuid T.
panv ie striking-for higher wages, j Crane, Jr., president of the company,
The monil support given by Mrs. said "she rend it all in a book."
Llllie, who holds a lure? block of stock. "Hho does not know it, but licr ex
in the tton company, was rnntnined Inpression of views is most harmful now,
a lettor received by John Kikulskl, t1 not only to Industrial corporations but
labor orgit'iizer. Mrs. I.llllc, known us' to labor tie well," said Crane. "Unions
a sympathizer of organized lnbor, wrote ""v nro trying to keep away from radi
from hnr Mnwxsehnsettf home: leal niethoda in vogue iu foreign coun-
'I ennrtdt hido the fact thnt the tries.
A full and complete rssortment of
drapery, materials pi'i'd right at Ham
ilton's. ' V j jjj
Large ahlpment of men's sulta di
rect from the east lit liifhop's.
DALLAS LIBRARIAN RESIGNS
(Cnpitnl Journnl Special Service.)
I)i-.11hh, Or., Aug. 14. Miss Ruth
nuth, who for the. past severnl years
hns been city librarian at the Carnegie
library in this eity, resigned her posi
tion at a meeting of the library board
Monday night, her resignation to tuke
euect the first of September. Miss
"nutli will take up teaching this foil.
So far the board of direr tors of the li
brary have been unable to soleet a suc
cessor to Miss Hniith as the salary paid
ior me aervtcei or lilirarian is much be
Try Herthera Flour. It' a Bear.
every tack guaranteed. At your gro-eera,-
Kisa Fen Hobbt. former secretary
to Governor Oswald West, hat return
ed to the United cVtates after a year's
service with the Red Croat in France,
according to press diss utchet from
Don't list your farm with 8O0O-
IXVKSKY unless you want to sell. 341
n town. Phone My-8-1.)
Newport fishing season opens; ling
cod sliced, 15c, and whoie fish 12c per
pound; red cod lOe pound, rittt Mar
ket i . tf
Erma King, the 11 year old girl now
at the Willamette snnitoiium recover
ing from burns, is .nuking a satisfac
tory rec.over.r Ir. K. II.' Thompson
said this morning. 1'nrt o." the second
ary bandnges wero remcved and the
doctor is now assured ths: a sufficient
number of the grf, have taken to
insure her1 recovery and to shorten
her stay in tho hoipitai several weeks.
We buy liberty bonds. 814. Masonic
Call Fatton Plumbing Co for your
rnpair work. Phono 1608, 220 N. Com.
Willard Storage Battery Service Sta
tion will move -to 238 N. High 8t.
about Sept. 1st. Yoart for better terv-
ice. . ' 8 30
Harvest dance Madeay Sat night.
. . ......... Mm.. tm. 1,- Mint ma i . .. -
Crime fniiily i. getting every year enor-l Richard T. Crsne, Jr., was not in the " ! 7 nl1? T " ? . B. Wallace, of the Wallace or-
oh in m nr mnnA frum tun in imsa nf Uw i- .. : .1 1 1 - -
- ,t nv m. mi n 111 a 3juyaiij vmvilM9 wiut
' Big Lau$ Show
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'. V' . .
. - : MADGE Vj
i It 011 's
week't drapery special Cre-
Avoid higher pricu by purchasing
your suit now at MMioti's.
LAMA TOOZE VISITS DALLAS
Capital Journal Kieei!il Rervicc.)
Inlliis, Or., Aug. 14.- I.ieulenunt La
mar Tooite, brother of Walter h. Toose,
Jr., of this city, is a guest at the homo
of his brother here this Week. I.leuten-a-nt
Toone arrived lu this country from
France but a few weeks ago and after a
short visit wilh different members ef
tho family wi.l tour tl.e slute giving I e
tores on the wur in Kuropo in tho in
terest of the woman's building at the
University of Oregon at Kugi ne. Lieu
tenant 's Tooie brother, Leslie, was kill
ed on the battlefields of France durl'ig
one of the big drives during tho later
dnys of the war,
I ss 1 I
W.vsh your auto wtth a genuine Rock
Ilnd wool sMiri'.'. Tylir's Urtig Sloie,
1"7 JS. t'onimerciiil street.
The People Cash store It paying tho
hi(jhet iiri.-es for li"'.T t.italoes and
JHl N. " I. I'l -tie 4-VI. 8 10 jTod...v " euluina of tU 'sp tul Journal
charils and Hulem 'Water Light & Pow
er it William O. Allen, ninnaaer of
the Hunt Urn eifiiiery and , 0.
rVekelmih of th" Marion creamery.
have been selected by the employers
or tne city to represent them in volun
tary mediation matters." These men
with three selected bv the Tradet and
Inbor council will meit t J take up all
matters thut may arise iciween the
employers and the em loved in Snlem.
A short time ago representatives of
the Trades and Labor council signified
their willingness to appoint three mem
bera to cooperate with three members
selected by the employers to adjust all
labor matters. As yet. the Trades and
Labor council have not appointed their
three members of the iredintion board.
Champion Prone We are In the
market. Deliver to I'hei company
plnat opposite Southern Pae. Co. pas
senger station or nhone 204. fT
On vacation, tffice of Dr. O. L. Scott
chiropractic, closed from August 10th
to Aug. 24th. 8 24
Artificial teeth, have expert plate
man. with over 35, years experience,
at my office. Dr. D, X. Beechler, den
tist, 302 U. 8. Nat. bnnk bldg. tf
F. B. WelU of 1903 Scwth Commer
einl street happened to have a cow for
sale a few day ago. ILuii.g decided
to sell the cow, he took a chance on
finding a purchaser 'Immth the "Ne
Highest price paid :for chickens. E.
C. Cross k Son. g.jj
CARD OF THANKS
We wih to thank nil the neighbors
and friends for their m.mv ...t. nt
kindnese and sympathy during oil' re
cent bereave me nt. tie"o. B. Dorsey i
F. Latham,' K. B. Latham." i
Mr. A. O. Poor, Viavl represenUtive
w ill leave idy morning for a ten
days visit in-Seattle. Be at home to
friends and patrong at the Marion the
25th. . .... . .... ..Vi
Going to Stayton Friday night? A
big dance and a gool tiire for every
one. Round rip in the birf White auto
The J. J. McDonald fruit farm of 65
acres about one and one half miles
south of Salem . on the Liberty road,
has been purchased by 3. B. Elliott,
Wm. J. Busick and H. ti. ( onipton. Mr.
MeDonald it to have the ciop on the
placo and not give possession to the
new owners until December 1. Dnrinir
the past loganberry season, the ernn
on the 10 acres on the tract' sold for
fDUU0. There are also sevt-rt.1 acres in
prunes, cherries and apples, besides a
residence and a tenant he use. It is con
sidered one of the finest Jrt.it and ber
ry farms in the Liberty u'-jiriet.
Highest price oali for chickens. T.
C. Cross & Son. a.i.t
Special Hip vaudeville at the Bligh
E. Coot Fatton, publicity manager
of the Snlein Elks in their campaign
fro securing the 19:';' tinminl conven
tion of Elks, wir.l from Rosebnrg
last evening: "Sale-n nvsured of next
convention. All h:i.. U favor us."
Big live monkeyi tt the BUgh Sunday.
The big dance Bat. r.tsht at SI B.
A. hall nenr Chemawa. At to leaves Ma
sonic Temple 8:30. 8-13
Dance Armory Sat. ntght.
Excavations are now almost complet
ed for the main building of the Oregon
Pulp Paper eommy, on Trade
street, between Commercial end Front
streets. Tho old e'evalor building,
which is to be moved to the foot of
Irade street, is not as vet on its trav
els as Mr. Moffitt found the building
was much heavier 'han anticipated.
nowever, the concrc'a fennr'ationi and
Artisan picnic at Taylor 'a
near Mehama. A'l who 'sh
please cnll some member if the follow
ing committee, (ilcm .Vict. Mrs.
.1. A. Bernard! or Fm.as, Waluuf.
hi Apartment X
J. H. Anderson Ph. D, the late la
mented and much filed Tiwn man of
the feeble minded, will api ear at the
tiriind Opcia hou this evening
t 8 o'clock. Mr, Aadmua will rend
selections from h s ewn poetic works,
and give a prut nsiiH'he entitled
"The M.islcry at lu' Vi-v. Minded''
All nun amt wiotten wlij mllevr In a
iisre dial niul the proper protection
f the ward" of ti .ts'e mo invited
to be present. Adniitsmn fne.
Wonderful show Sunday, be there
early it is great P.lig).,
Bligh hat great show c-n.ing 8vmday,
the vaudeville will ht a treat to the
!alcm theater gne t.
Owtuine Bock Island sponitet "e.
?c, 1.15-Tyler's Drug Store, 157 S
Tcrgct IMuy At Home
Sakas a Good Place to Trade
This morning he rusin d intn tho Journ-
grove al office, exclaiming that by all meant
to go (the a. I hoti!d not be allowed to run
again. His trouble vn not. in finding
a customer, but in Oodjinr 'hem. fchort
ly after the paper wa disf.ibuted yet
terday evening, people beg.m coming
to his house anil railing by phone and
MAt'KKK At a lf.i hispital 'August
I!l, Miss S-irhh Mm.rer.
She is survived by three sisters. Miss
Kathrrme Msurer of San Francisco,
Mrs. F. I.euthi of Tuulalin, Or., Mrs.
M. B iggs of Salem, and Iht. e brothers,
the Kcv. Er.ra Manner of Canhy, form
er ptor of the Sal-nl Evangelical
huich, Michael Maur?r and Otto Maur
er. both of Salem.
The funeral servi'-es will be held Fri
day morning at 10 :.".t" o'eUck from the
chapel of Webb Hough and will be
conducted by the U-m F. W, Ijiuner,
!'' of the Salem lStnrel'ia) church
lunai will he in the l.ee Mission eem-eter-r.
j Miss Msitrcr w a i- mher of the
Chemeketa street F.vanfl"l church
and an earnest Cans'! tn.
aof SAFELY aol
Invest in Farm Mortgnges and
you will not have to consult the
finsncial papes of your news
paper every morning to. deter
mine what you are worth. You
can always inventory your farm
mortgages at par; they possess
greater stability than almost any
other fi rm of investment.
We offer for sale the highest
type of these investments first
mortgages on improved produc
tive farms in the Willamette val
ley. Hawkins & Roberts
314 Masonic Bldg.
After Kept. 1st we will be locat
ed in our new quarters 204-Jd"
Oregon Electric Building.
"We are now showing a full and complete line of
Ladies and Children's hats. Pattern hats that come ;
direct from the fashion centers of New York and
Philadelphia. Also a laree showing of trimmed
models finished in. our own work rooms.
LADIES HATS $2.98 to $8.50
CHILDREN'SHATS $1.98 to $4.75
"Our Prices Always The Lowest"
GALE & COMPANY
Coml & Court Streets Formerly Chicago Store
China Cup and Saucer 20c
White and White Enameled Plates 20c
Wo will saw vmi mnnpv nn mntroKSPS
TV UU V V J VU XVAiV VII V
Reduced prices on ranges. i
2-Burner Perfection Oil Stove $14.00 t
BARGAIN DAY EVERY DAY j
Peoples Furniture Store
271 N. Commercial St. Salem. $
Do you want your Freight and Ex
press out of Portland to arrive quicker?
piling is ahotit reitdv for the elevator, i here. This citv was one of the few lo-
all of which will be built hiyh euoiigh icaiities visited by th? Mcalthy ,lapa
I to placo the buildinr out of reach of nose manufacturers. They were taiion
hijih water. The of'iee row occupied in charge by T. K. MeCrnskty niana
jhy the Salem water c.i:rpaiiy, at thejger of the t'onunercinl cluo, nnii showa
I corner of Commercial and Trade streets , the plant at Turner. N. lilruntsukn, one
j will be used by the pupc.- company forjof the visitors and ewner ff five flnr
its iiffiee. The wi! r co'opuny will ; mills, in Japan, expn ssed his npprecin
I build' on its property ;ust across on i tion of the courtesii 's extendi d his pa
jt ommercial street. By this time next ty, in a letter to Mr. jMeCroskcy ne
'year, it is estimat'd thnt the 'paper ; follows: ," Very mtinv thanks for your
Iconipany will be employing 125 at least ! kindness during my tay in your conn
!Also, by this time tvt y-ar the Val-,try. I have safely t.rrW.-d to niy homo
jley Tackiiij? company will be given em-1 on the ,'ld inst. af'er having verv iu
i ployment to from 75 to '00. and the i struetive and en.i"v..!)'e t'.ur through
Salem King's l'rod"0t3 company fig- nil the way. Our flux cro;i will be iiull-
ute its enlaced plant will employ froin'ed from the end of this month and is
O.ir upntatioa for
'400 to 'lOtt.
New Btnff arrivinj faily If yon are
in need of clothes, see Bishop.
Several months age a uekgation of
prominent Japanese llax growers vis
ited Salem to look i;ito the industry
O.ir upiitatioa for
ind red ssional wis-
i t hp public s
ai"l oi:r i omluct irre-
pro.t 'liable. We are
fa r at p.!l times.
expected on the who.e those of a nor
mal yenr." The letter is fiuted July 3
and is written on the letter head of
the fibre department of the Teikokit
Peima Kaisha, Ltd. with head office
at Tokyo, Japan. . . ,
Cretonne aXirt length fof 94e. All
colors. Hamilton's. . 8 3
fejSl ir o t e e t i o n.
equipment if m
if. . tjaj.w-,-----'
To attend the Demonstration of Ferguson's Orange
Marmalade. Come in and taste this Marmalade and
know for yourself how good it is.
Roth Grocery . Co.