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t Dailgol Journal
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1919.
YOU WILL FIND THAT THE
Is by far the best place to gfet
Ladies' . Ready- to- Wear
Apparel of all kinds. Our buyers do not make hurried trips to the style cen-
ters where they are not acquainted, as do so many of the one-store mer
chants, but we have the best buyers to be gotten and they are on the ground
the year around and become thoroughly familiar with all angles of the buy
ing game. In buying from us you get an opportunity to take advantage of the
better styles they are able to pick, as well as to take advantage of the low
prices due to buying in such large quantities for our 197 Busy Stores.
YOU WILL BE PLEASED TO LOOK OVER OUR FINE ASSORT
Coats, Suits and Dresses
COATS ;......:.;..L..:......;:.1..-:.1..$14 to $65.00 s
SUITS .:......:..............$24.75 to $45.00
DRESSES .:.. ..::....:.... ...:...................$12.50 to $35.00
We have a large standing order for weekly shipments of the very latest and
best Georgette and Crepe de Chine .
AND WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW THEM TO YOU
PRICES ON THESE WILL RANGE FR0M;.;....:....::.............$3.98 TO $6.90
Crawford canning peaches now ready
at Louis Lachmund'g ranch in Keizer
bottom 5 milei norfh of Salem. Bring
your boxes. H. W. .Bowden, foreman.
Phone farm 29F3. tf
Federal Appraiser V. C. Brock, who
has 'been canvassing this part of- the'
Willamette vallov in eomcanv with A.
O. Bohrnstedt, . has recently completed
tae appraisement of property for fifty
loan applicants which will aesreeate
We need 100 women In ail prepara
tory departments, steady work, good
wages. Apply at once. Salem Kinas
ProuuctajUo., Front and Market St. 8-2
Hen who have returned from the
service were voted some time ago mem
bership in the Salem Commercial club
with the membership fee remitted up
to the first of the year. Those who
took advantage of the offer this morn
ing were Dolph Byley, Edwin A. Aid
rich, Nick Kenneth Hatch and Lloyd
W. Ivie. . . . .
The blockade of wheat in the eleva
tors and warehouses of Portland con.
tinueg and as a result, farmers are for
tne time obliged to hold their wheat.
According to grain men, there is a dis
position on the part of farmers in this
part of the valley to sell at once their
grain crops as there is nothing to be
gained joy noiaing, especially as the
price of wheat is fixed. The C'herrv
Oity flouring mill buys just for its
Everything wa quiet today at the
court house, About the only welcoming
hand offered to the stranger who
might wander into the court house
was tendered by Sheriff Needham and
Deputy oheriff Bowers who remained
on the jab, regardless of the fact that
everyone else wag out celebrating, as
tooay is a non-judicial day.
Inheritance tax, when applied to the
estate of millionaires, amounts to quite
nice little sum for the sate. JTor in
stance, Charles Henry Davis of Sagi
naw, Mich., a lumberman, died a few
months ago and there was found part,
of his estate in Oregon valued at $260,
875, of which $112,000 was in stock of
the Booth-Kelly Lumber company. Al
ready it has cost $10,100 in the way of
administration in Oregon and this
loaves $250,775 on which inheritance
tax must Ibe, pail. When the settlement
is made, the administrator of the es
tate will pay the state of Oregon $3,
844.39. ',. .'.
Ladies' Coats and Suits
IMntMttl M. I
All Around Town I
Dr. Mott, Bank of Commerce, 407-8.
We boy liberty bond. 314 MasoMo
A marriage license has been issued
to Frank A. Hottwer of Mt. Angel, 83,
a butermakcr, anil Rose Wellman of
BcoUs Mills. They will be married Sep
tember 3. J. ' , ; ; .' '
' Try Northern Flour. It a a Bear,
very sack guaranteed. , At your gro
tera,. : : f ". tf
Call Patton Plumbing Co. for your
repair work. Phone 1808, 220 X. Com.
treet, .. : tf
Artificial teeth, have expert' plate
man, with over 8F years experience,
at my office. Dr. D. X. Beechlor, den
tist, 302 XI. S. Nat. bank bldg. tf
Dr. O. E. Prime in Dr. O B. Miles
office, Ladd & Bush bank bldg. 9-23
WM. S. HART
'WAGON TRACKS' '
Wlllard Btorage Battery Service Sta
tion will move tu i'38 N, High St.
about Sept. 1st. Your for hotter sorv
deceived today, a shipment of fin
ling cod from Newport, 15 cents per
lb. Order early and cut out tho high
est of living', Pitts Market." Phone
The estate of J. B. Klnyon has been
appraised at $2772.33. The appraisers
were W. B. Scheurer, L, L."81opor und
JPearle CKbbens. Of this amount, $2700
was in an undivided ono half interest
In a note for 45500, secured by a mort
gage on Clackamas county real estate.
Received today, a shipment of fine
ling cod from Newport, 15 cents per
lb. Order enrlv and cut out tho hiah
cost of living. Fitts Market.; Phone
211. - ' . ' 9-3
The U. S. National bank pig club met
Saturday afternoon at tho rooms of
tho Commercial club. An address was
given by Thomas iBrunk who told the
pig club boys and girls huw to got
their pigs ready for tho slate fair.
, Wlllard Storage Baltery Service Sta-
Hon will, move to 238 Jt. High St.
about Sk'pt. 1st. Yours for hotter serv
Indian Hill Farm, Crawford peaches
$1 to $1.50 per bushel. Phone 518. tf
Ten deeds were filed for record Fri
day at the office of the county record
er and the following army discradgea:
W. K. Putnam, V. Fliflet,' 8. D. Jones,
A, B. Pratt, M. D. Richmond,. V. M.
Elwcll, R. O. Hansen and W; L. Carver.
Choice honey for sale Phone 82F2 9-2
' Indian Hill Farm, Crawford peaches
1 to $1.50 ncr bushol. Phone 516. ; tf
Received today, a shipment of fine
ling cod from Newport, 15 cents por
111. Order enrlv and cut out the high
cost, of living. Fitts Market. Phone
211. -. 9-3
Mrs. Mildred R. Brooks has received
a letter from her son, Russell Brooks,
mailed from Plymouth. Lnaland. stat
ing that he had arrived that far on hiS
way to Holland where ne now una tno
official appointment as vice, consul at
Rotterdam. Ho sailed on the steamer
Rotterdam from New York Aug. 2 and
arrived at Plymouth on Aug. 11
There is a suspicion among a num.
ber of business men in tho city that
all the crv from the manufacturers an
jobbers that goods a"e scarce especial
lv in tho drv eoods l""'. is ist a lo
of urounicauda fostired hv th? mami
The biggest and best assortment in town j
at popular prices.
Never did we make such preparations as
this season and never was our showing so im
In spite of the reported high prices we are
showing remarkable values in our entire line
as our garments are bought direct from the
manufacturers at New York and Philadelphia
-in many cases personally selected by our
representative in New York.
This saves you all the middleman's profit.
LADIES' COATS... ,414.75 to $50.00
LADIES' SUITS....:...,... $22.50 to $55.00
CHILDREN'S COATS- :. $6.45 to $12.50
"Our Prices Always The Lowest"
Commercial and Court Streets
Formerly Chicago Store
Do you want your Freight and Ex
press out of Portland to arrive quicker?
Cider and vinegar apples wanted.
Sacks furnished. Ready to receive fruit
ow. Gideon Stolz Co. . Near corner
Mill and Summer Sts. Phone 26. 9-29
Earl T. Andersen, has returned after
service of two .. years . and three
months- in the navy. He enlisted in
Salem, was first sent to Ooat Island,
then San Diego and thon returned to
Mare Island from, winch place he was
graduated as electrician. He then went
into active sea duty s electrician of
the first class on.tho U. . 8. Mercy,
crossing to Franca two times. The re
mainder of his service was in various
trips across the Atlantic. Ho received
his discharge at Bremerton.
Other parts of the U. S. may have
their troubles with marriage licenses
and divorce suits, running neck and
nock, but not so with Marion county.
This county is now going in strong
for marriage licenses. During the
mouth of May licenses were issued to
43 while June was; the same number,
and each mouth had only half a dozen
divorce suits filed. July camo along
with 36 marriago . licenses and then
August, generally the low water mark
for the year, breaks the record with
the issuing of 40 marriage licenses and
only four divorce suits filed.
Saturday W. H. Morris, who for the
past four years has been in charge of
the Hubbard building, closed up his
administration of (its affairs and
turned tho care of the block over to
the new owners, Hawkins & Roberts.
During three years of this period the
property was in the hands of a receiv
er and it is to the credit of Mr. Norris
that all details of tho management
were above criticism. During the great
r Part of his incumbency the offices
facturers ami trade magazines. One dry Und rooms wero kept full, ami rentals
goods man said that he had had no running in the neighborhood of $1300
difficulty in keeping iip nis stocus in a month.
all lines and that even now, his goods
arc coming in on recent ro-orders.
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP
Radiators, fenders and gas tanks
repaired. Tractor radiators a specialty.
Ford radiators for sale. 190 S. 12th
3t., Salom, Or. - 9-28
BARGAINS IN SECOND HAND RUGS
PRICES ON MATTRESSES STILL REDUCED
A big shipment of New Furniture to Arrive Tuesday.
We will Save You Money.
Peoples Furniture Store
271 N, Commercial St Salem.
again this evening. ThiB meludes a
specialty act entitled "I love That
Girl" and another specialty entitled
"lOHrls of '6-." Alf Ripon appears
with his special dummy friend and
gives an interesting act. The movie at
tho Bligh this evening is entitled
. The month of August just passed reg
istered the warmest day of the year
so far with a maximum of 96 abovo
on the 16th. On the day following this
record for warmth, it wa9 81 as the
maximum. The coolest night of the
month was on tho 9th when tho mer
cury dropped to 50. The warmest night
was when tho minimum temperature
was 60. The greatest range of temperature-botween
night and day was 34
degrees, on the night of the 20th, when
the day maximum was 90 and the night
minimum 56. The river is now 1.8 feet
bolow tho low water mark, just where
it was this time last year.
Although other counties may he suf
fering from a lack of rural school
teachers, there is no shortage in Mar
ion county, Superintendent Smith sai"
this" morning. There are 127 districts
in the county and all have contracted
excepting about 25 ana tnere lias al
ready been applications for all of
these 25 schools.. Male teachers are
pretty scarce in the rural schools. Even
before tho war the ono room' schools
had no attractions for male teachers.
According to the present records, H.
C. Todd who has been re-engaged to
teach tho Fruitlaml school, is the only
man in the county in charge of a one
room school. (D. K. Luthy will superin
tend the three room school at Keiser.
Superintendent Smith said that the
majority of schools will begin early in
October. The stato fair and the fruit
season are accepted as good reasons by
school directors for not opening schools
until October.. In the prune sections of
tho county, schools will not open un
til about the middle of October. ,
CLOSED ALL DAY
COMMERCIAL CIDER WORKS
,: P. M. 3 KEG OK Y, Mgr.
P:-..m 8194 1010 W. lom'l St.
Did Ton Bead This Advertisement?
For those in Salem who are inter
ested in what is going on in the city,
there is now the opportunity of seeing
on it. way, tho largest ami heaviest
building ever moved in the pity, the old
elevator building of the flouring mill
at Tinde and South Commercial. And j
Ihore is also the chance to see the build j
ing of a trestle work heavy enough to
carry the 100,000 pounds or more. For
the old elevator, to be used as a stor
ifre pulp warehouse by the Oregon.
Pulp and Paper Mill Co. must be mov
ed over a temporary trestle and floor
ing to its new home at the foot of
Trade street, on the ground recently
given to the paper mill by the city
The hippodrome vaudeville here over
Sunday at the Bligh theater has been
held over for today and will appear
laest song hits and nove Ity f. j-J I
Of Arms For Sein turners
The picture that accompanies the
company is Bessie Barriscalo in a spe
cial four reel feature.
In order to take care of the crowds
that desire to see the bathing girls,
Gome end pick them.
, Bring boxes.
Per box. Down Valley. read S'-i
miles, in Mission Bottom, lVj
miles west from llipm?rc
M. I JONES RANCH
Bring them In even if yon have only
a few pounds. We furnish boxes and
Warehouse. High and Ferry Street.
Phone 717 .
O. B. Webb who has just returned
from an auto trip through southern
California, says the whole state does
n't look as good as the Willamette val-
ley, even if it has fine roads from top
to bottom. While at San Diego, lie
could not resist the temptation to cross
over to Tia.Juana where things arc
as they were in the days of old. He
says the only Americans who stay over
night do so because they are not in
condition to come home and arc in
custody of the Mexican authorities.
Also that very few Americans travel
beyond tho own, as the auhorities re
quire a deposit of 20 per oeut of the
cnV value as a guarantee that it will
return to the U. S., and there is al
ways a chance pf a revolution and the
deposit never returned. On the border,
the custom house authorities take the
traveler's name and gather other use
ful information,- in case something
BATHING BEAUTIES IN PERSON
AT BLIGH THEATER TODAY
broueht to Cork today. The steamer
left for Ireland Wednesday. The Brit
ish authorities have not indicated what
action they will take in connection with
the ship's sei2nre.
"Forget !i" -Buy At Home
Office 512 State St.
We bay mad sell notes, mort-
9 gages and all kinds of bonds.
9 HAWKINB ft ROBERTS
114 Mtwnie Building
Today will bring to the'Bligh thea
ter an attraction that Snlemitea have
been waiting months to see, an op
portunity to see the real live bathing
beauties ii person. Tnere are nine
people in the company including six
bathing beauties, Wob inley, the la-
nous eomedian, who comes direet from
the jSonnett studios in California, to
give Salcmites an insight into how mov
ics are made, consequently he will give
us some of the famous Sennett laughs,
that have become so popular. The bath
ing beauties are of the highest type
possible, maintaining strict training
rules, living at only the highest class
hotels, and live a life that, puts them
in a class far removed from that of the
chorus girls. The girls will be seen in
an art that will be pleasing to the eyes
of fsalenutes, nn act that will show
the latest styles in bathing suits, some J. L. Punish and Joseph Holman.
Cork, Ireland, Sept. 1 (United Press)
Suspected of carrying munitions to
tho Sein Finn forces, the steamship
and Bob Finley, the management of j Hampshire Coast was scijzed by a Brit
the Bligh announce thaj they will givejish destroyer yesterday and has been
a matinee each day at 2:13 and two
complete evening shows.
Lausanne Hall, Historic
, Landmark, To Make Room
1UI UU-1U 1ttlC vuuuuigr
, Lausanne Hall of Willamette univer
sity, which is soon to be superceded by
a modern structure, is really one- of
the historical buildings of the city. -It
was originally tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. William a. Willson, who se
cured va patent for the 640 acres on
which Salem is located, away back in
the 40 s of the last century.
In granting patents.it was then the
custom of the United States land of
fice to give the wifo the northern half
of a section and the husband the other
half. Thus, the half section north of
State street in Salem was originally
deeded to Mrs. Willson under the name
of i'hloe Willson.
The original of Lausanne hall was
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Will
son and was located on the corner of
Capitol and Court streets. There still
may be seen in this part of the town
trees from the original Willson home
Later the building became the home
of the famous Col. E. D. iBaker and he
lived there when elected United States
senator for Oregon in 1860. Shortly af
ter his election he went into tho army
and was killed at the battle of Balls
Later in its history, tUe home became
a woman's college and was moved to
its present location on Willamette cam
pus in aoout lsw. it was originally a
well built two storv house but shortly
after its removal to the eampus, the
ouiauiig was raised and made into a
three story structure. The name was
changed to the name of the famous
ship Lausanne, about a dozen years
ago. The Lausanne sailed from "New
i'ork in 1839 and arrived on the coast
in 1840. Among those on- board were
The costs of bringing
tea from the tea-plant to
your kitchen are almost as
much for poor tea as for
fine tea; andtin both cases,
these costs are more than
twice the tea-garden cost
of the teas themselves.
- So why pay all that
ood money to bring over
tea that isn't half so good?
Schilling Tea is your
fine economical practical
tea, full of the real tea-flavor.
There are four flavors of Schilling
Tea Japan, Ceylon - India, Oolong,
English Breakfast. All one quality. In
parchmyn-Iined moisture-proof packages
Al grocers everywhere.
A Schilling & Co Sam Francisco