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' SALEM, OREGON .
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1919.
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WE HAVE A FINE STOCK OF
Men, Women and Children
, . And as these cool rainy days are here, now is the time, to stock
.up in this important line of wearing apparel. There is no question
but what we can save you money. "'. ,v' ::
. COTTON UNION SUITS
: 98c, $1.59, $1.69. $1.98
WOOLEN UNION SUITS
$2.49. $2.98 and $3 J8
. . BOYS' UNION SUITS
98c, $1.19. $125 and $1.79
. COTTON UNION SUITS 1
$1.98. $225. $2.98 : '
WOOL UNION SUITS
$2.49, $3.49, $3.98. $4.98 and $5.90
DRAWERS AND SHIRTS
' 98c, $1.49, $1.98. $2.49
Look over our Stock of
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN ; THEY WILL PLEASE YOU AND
SAVE YOU MONEY
j All Around Town
'T- SECRET BEBV&iE ; j
v, COMEDY , ... . .
If the 'pleading is not guilty, a time
will be sot for trial. Witnesses are
now .being subpoonod for testimony bo
fore the grand jury. According to the
(aw, any one .wha has any matter of
importance has the privilege of volun
,. vVanted at once, experienced porter
at Bligh hotel...
, Caijoll Hadley Palmer of Portland
witihes to annouuee that he will lie in
oalem on Thursday of each week bo
ginning Sept. 18, for, the purpose of
giviug instruction in. voice culture and
ISiiiging. He can be seen at the Wiley
p. A uuu music house. attar i o'clock.
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;" W. M. Smith, superintendent of Ma
rion county schools, says that the
County is now- well provided ' with
teachers and that practically all dis
tricts In the county have contracted.
as provided by the laws passed by the
mat session of the legislature, an sal
aries will be from 7f up and at this
iute crate, no tewcuer may cancel a con
tract to teach another school in Ore
The reconstruction of the south en-
trance to the post office building bo
Kan this morning, the contract having
ueen awarded ny tho post office de
partment in Washington to Erixon &
Jones. The contract provides that tho
wor must be completed within 75
Salem Elks woo bay not provided
Dr. O. B. Prime In Dr. 0. B. Miles
ff ice, Ladd & Bush bank bldg, 9-25
Dr. Mott, Bank of Commerce, 07-8.
The municipal labor bureau business
is picking up considerably. There has
been an order entered for one male
cook and one female cook besides help
wanted in divers othor ways. .
Call Patton Plumbing Co. for jour
ntair work. Phone 16(18, i'iO N, Com.
Try Northern Flour, it's a Bear,
very lack guaranteed. At your gro
era. . : , tf
The Marlon county grand Jury Js
ow in session and judging from the
.mount of business in sight, it is
thought tlint it will remain in session
the ereator part of the week, The find
ings f the grand jury are made to
Judge Percy Kelly of depa'rlinout No.
1 ami are then filed on tho docket.
Whore true bills are found, the part
will 'he arraigned nd allowed
GAXEM auto badiatob shop
Badiators, fendera and gas tanks
repaired. Trustor radiators a specialty.
Kord radiators for tale. 180 S. 12th
fit., Salem, Or. 9-28
W are on the market for your euli
pplea. Don't lot them lay and rot.
Beinember few extra d ifi always
enio in hanuy ij pick up your good
all APPLES and take them to the
co:.":ercial CIDER WORKS
requested to do so by the lodge offi-
Is. This is ni preparation for Elks
day at the state fair. Wharton L. West
is chairman of tho committee.
W. M. Hamilton, superintendent of
the Salem plant of the Portland Bail
way 'Light and i'ower compuny, says
there are no new, developments in tho
gas situation. Ho feols confident that
m a dav or so the reserve supply will
have reached on amount, that will justi-
thc renewal of ens service to those
who were cut off last week.
In the divorce suit of Eva TerilU-
ger against F. L. Torwilliger, an order
has been entered for the issuing of a
summons against the defendant. This,
ordor was issued following the filing
or on affidavit by Mrs. Terwillige-r, al
leging It hat the. defendant subxienly
left this state with their daughter,
Ruth, and that his whereabouts are
Mention of a divorce suit was made
a few days ago, in which tho name of
Paul Miller appeared as' one of the par1"
ties, wow it happens there is Paul W.
Miller, chief of the civil service de
partment at the post office and he' has
boen receiving a. number of inquiries
as to wnat tlie trouble is all about. Mr,
Miller of tho twist office wants it un
derstood everything is all right and
that he isn t having trouble with any
In tho suit of the Fa .is Cifrr aalein
Lumber Co. agnuist Voget Biol, K.
K. Pratt and A. K. Bell, the circuit
court Jins ordered a foreclosure of the
mortgnf o "oti ;tho property involved
for the payment of notes of $1721 and
$1L'0J)0. Tho land involved! in the fore
closure is lots 7 and 15, in block 2 in
the subdivision of. lots 1 and 10, Mock
1 of Simpson's addition to the city of
4iilem. This addition is in tho eastern
art of tho citv between tho Turner
WARNER At her horn eon the Garden
road, Sept. 8, 1019, Mrs. Eliza War
ner, wife of Jacob "Warner, engineer
at the state house, at the age of 59
years. Her death followed a lingering
illness of 18 motnhs. .
..Besides her husband Jacob Warner,
she is survived ty one daughter, Mrs.
The funeral services will be held
Wedncsdav afternoon at 2 o 'clock from
the chapel of 'Webb & dough and win
be eondueted by the Rev. H. C. Stover.
The body will' be placed in Mt. Crest
. The .orUand and Southeastern rail
road continues to file for record in the
office of the county recorder deeds for
rights of way, giving the railroad a
strin of land 80 feet wide. All deeds
contained in the printed form of deed
the provision that the railroad must De
constructed and in operation ty Jan
uary 1, 1922; Deeds of right of way to
the road were given by -A. P.- Kirsch,
L. Arthur, E. D. lurabtrec, E. C. Sim.
eral, J. J. Niebert, J. B. Pegree, A.
Lindbeck, C. C Wcnger and George
Keech. Where there is timber on the
proposed richt of way, tho grantors
reserve the privilege of removing it. j
Others require the construction of
crossings or under road crossings. J. J.
JNiebert in his deed agrees to remove
a buildin? that stands on the proposed
right of way. The right of way secured
in these deeds is juat south of Silver-
ton. , .' .:. ..'.''.
Bevenae stamps amounting to $21
were placed on a- deed-filed with thej
countv recorder. aturdav. rne grant
ors were William Cornish and wife and
the zrantees Myles Kintz and Dan J
Kintz. The tract sold is one of 305
acres, being the donation land claim of
William U. Miller in townsnips ana
9 south of range 1 cast. The considera
tion was $21,000 and conveys the land
deeded July 28, 1878 by H. E. Schmidt
and wife. The tract is about two miles
cast of 'feilverton.
A marriage license was Issued Sat
urday to Richard ;1. Kinney, a salesman
from -..aniiio, Oregon, and Miss Ethel
McDonald, a ' stenographer of Silver-
ton route 2. - iso to Earl F. Gleason
a pharmacist of Salem and Dcmma
Uaininon a stenographer of Salem.
Marvin Zehner, the IS year old boy
who run away from his home at Hub-
iioara ias& April nas w ruieii m mum-
er that he expects to come ones, ac
cording to a recent report . After he
left home efforts ' were made through
all police stations 'in this part of the
state to locate him but ne managed to
travel under various namos and his al-
dress could not be learned. At the time
he ran away, it was said that this ac
tion was due to the fact that he want
ed fo attend school and that his fath
er did not agree1 with him on tho
school idoas. .. "fc ' .
Ladies' Coats and
The biggest and best assortment in town .
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.l..............,.....$14.75 to $5(M)0
L'ADIES' SUITS........:. $22.50 to $55.00
'CHILDREN'S COATS -$6.45 to $12.50
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Streets
Formerly Chicago Store
The Salem Floral society will meet
this evening at the Commercial club to
especially discuss plans tor the .enter
tainment of members, of Uie Portland
floral societies and to also arrange for
a suitable floral display at .the state
The funeral services of Mrs. Ella M.
Jory were held this afternoon at the
First Christian church and were eon
ducted by the Rev, Leland Porter. Mrs.
.lory died last Wednesday at the home
of her sister in Marshtiold.
The temperature in Salem is now
going into the regulation fall weather
with 63 as tho maximum Sunday, just
the same as algary, Baker, Or., and a
few degrees cooler than Meaiora ana
Roseburg. There i a warm wavo back
cast with 88 at Kansas City, 90 at Bos
ton, 90 at .New York, 90 at St. luis
and the. same at Chicago. The rainfall
in tho valley has .brought tho river up
one foot during the past 24 hours.
John L. Bozorth, a former resident
of Salem died Sept. 6 at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bozorth
t Bav Cttv at the ace of uu years, bc-
sdes hi parents, he is survived by a
wife. The funeral services wcro held
this afternoon at Bay City.
. HUBBARD NEWS
themsolvos with the lavendor caps are road and Trade street.
Watch the Little Pimples;
They are Nature's Warning
u Ba4 Blood.
Pimples on the face and other
parts of the body are warnings
from Nature that your blood it
sluggish and impoverished. Some
time! they foretell eczema, boils,
blisters, and other iki'n disorders
mat ourn tike flames of fire.
. J-ne? tnean that 7i" b"xl b
i : , pun,y w nd e'ne it
of toe impure accumuUtiout that
can cause onhmrred trouble. This
remedy is the greatest vegetable
blood purifier known, and contains
no minerals or chemicals to injure
the most delicate skin.
bottle of S. S. S. today, get rid of.
those unsiB-httv. rfi.fiir,,;. .
plej, and other skin irritations. It
will cleanse your blood thorough
ly. For special medical advice free,
address Medical rUrritnr Ai c
Laboratory, Atlanta Ge,'
Thursday morning went to Portland for
a few days before returning to her home
t-i Albany, where at an early date her
Hubbard friends expect to hear of her
When Misb Frances Yoder was m
Portland last week she. called on Mrs.
L. W.- Abbott at the Good Samaritan
hospital, ward 36. Miss Yodor found
Mrs. Abbott in her usual cheerful opti
mistic outlook on life, just as if her stay
in the hospital was from choice instoRid
of recovering from a broken hip, which
injury Mrs. Abbott said was not so pain
ful as it had boon and she could report
Shortage Of Freight Cars
Hits ' Shippers Of Valley
It becomes more and, more apparent
that there is going to be a serious
shortage of freight cars for the Wil
lamette valley tonnage of fruit and
grain. .. .
A bulletin received today by the
public service commission from the
railroad administration stntes that box
car loading is increasing at the rate
of from 2000 to 5000 a day, and that
the scarcity of cars is due 'largely to
the fact that shippers are not' loading
to capacity. It is estimated that - in
the past 7 months there have been 700,
000 more car shipments than during
the same period last year on account
of this, and it is suggested that a cam
paign be opened throughout the state
to induce shippers to be more consid
erate in",1his respect, since there is no
regulation covering the point. '
In the meantime telegrams are com-
1ne in to the commission's office com
plaining of heavy losses, especially
among stock shippers, because of the
failure tS,.8eeure cars as ordered.. "Un
der the present conditions all that he
administration ean. do is to see that
the available rolling stock is equitably
Postmaster O. M. Crittenden received
a message Monday from Mill City, an
nouncinsf the birth of a son to Mr. and
Mrs. Jav Crittenden.
L. D. Leiirhton of Dallas called at the
hospital Wednesday to see Mrs. Leigh-
ton and little son born last ween. JMr.
Leighton is interested in prune growing
Miss Lena Hilbert this week resigned
from the llewet Mercantile store after
two mid a half yenrs as bookkeeper and
taiiyirii i im i'i ryrWVirrTH tvt ' Mit
Melt VapoRub In
spoon and inhale
lc Word Class Ad Will Sell It
Bring them in even if you have only
a few pounds. We furnish boxes and
MANGIS BROS. :
Warehouse High and Perry Street.
. Phone 717
Office 642 State St. Salem, Or.
Now On. New Heaters at Old Prices
SEEING IS BELIEVING
TRADE IN YOUR OLD STOVES
- We will Save You Money.
Peoples Furniture Store
271 N. Commercial St. Salem.
The Higli Cost of Dressing
Is receiving an awful jolt at the Scotch Woolen Mills Store. We are showing
a large line of all Wool Materials that we will fashion with a suit in any style ;
you wish to select at t
Do you want your Freight and Ex
press out of Portland to arrive quicker?
Because of our wide
experience and our
studious efforts to
attain perfection in
our . profession we
are equipped with .
most profound iknowl
edge of our business
We give the utmost
Our line of woolens at $45.00, $47.00 and $49.00 are extraordinary values not :
to be found elsewhere. When you select your own style, have it made just as
you want itto suit you personally. " " ?
Time to think about Overcoats. We have a line of Ready Tailored Overcoats
at $35.00 and $39.00 that are a wonder. Come in early and select one they will
not last long. . .
SAVE MONEY BY SEEING OUR LINE BEFORE BUYING A SUIT OR
SCOTCH WOOLEN MILLS
P. M. GKEQOHV, Mgr.
K""HM 1010 N. Com 'I St.
Did Yon Bead This Advertisement?
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426 State' Street