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DAILY CAriTAJj JOUKNAIi, SAUKM, OREGON-. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1010
Blue Ribbon White Sale
A Store of Tempting White
Things Specially Priced
Select While the Assortments
TOWEL SALE OF NOTE
The Domestic Section oilers 75
tlozon good grado Huck Towels, Blze
16x34. An opportunity that shrewd
Iquyers should not overlook. Wo
expect at this price reduction they
will move fast, and It is doubtful if
there will be any left toward evening
so wo advise evory one to look after
their towol needs and come early. The
salo starts at 8:30. No phono
orders received . . .
$27.50 and $25 Spring Suits now $19.85
New Shipment Received Yesterday
Salem's largest cloak and suit storo announces bargains extraord
inary in wdmen's Tailored Suits. They are the first shipment of
our spring models; each ono is skillfully tailored and beautifully
finished throughout with the best of linings and findings; the
jackets are the latest cut tight ..ttlng, 32 and 34 inches long, with
notch collar and plain reveres; the skirts aro the stylish new kilt
ofTects and aro desirable walking lengths. Women with discrimin
ating tastes can be pleased from tjils olegant showing of navy
Wiles, blacks, browns and greens; J.he material is a fancy self
fltrlpe serge. Come early for they wont last long at this price.
Regular 127.50 and $25.00 values now on sale in the rfMfl DK
.qpak and Suit Section at the low price bf iPiiJiOU
SEE LIBERTY STREET AVINDOW
Glad to Get Back to the Land
of Milk and Honey.
if. X X 4
Fair tonight and tomorrow, mid
probably warmer tomorrow.
February 8 and D
Y. M. C. A. Minstrels.
Cottayo Undertaking Parlors
Cottage und Ghomeketa Sta. Calls
day or night. J. C. Sill. Phone 724.
Smelt in Season
Wo have an abundance to supply
the. demand. Price lower. Farring
ton's markot, 42 C Stato St.
Y. M. O. A. Mlnstrels
Jfcbruary 8 and 0.
Given Porinlnnlon to Marry
County Clork .Hen Issuod n u.u
rlago llconso today today to Thomrw
A. Jlahor, of Portland, aged 25, arid
Victoria Brunflold, of Salem, agod 18.
Kdenbowor Want Station
Tlio Railroad Commission wont to
Rosoburg today for tho purpose of
hearing a potltlon mndo by cltizanj
and business men of Edoubowor for
a station at that placo. Vh-' ciaim
In thoir potltlon that tho.v is suffi
cient freight and pn&aongur aorvioe
from this point for tho construction
of a station by tho Southorn Paulilc
Railroad Company, $
At Woodraon of the World IirH,
corner of Stato and Liberty streots,
Friday, Fob. 4, at 8:30 p. m. Ad
mission 10 coiUh. Persons woarlng
maska admitted froo. Bring your
frlundH and have k good Um
Dr, B. II. White, Osteopath
Troata aouto and chronic diseases.
Nervous diseases a specialty. Lady
attendant. 60G U. S. National Bank
Ship your good, fat produco to
Hmtth. Ho nevtir (Bhargae commls
elon. Ship bixxnp - Hb will
Largo voal lws.
BgHH, market prion.
PIUN'K Jj, WnilH PEAT XX).,
"Fighting lie M0' Trust,''
I February 8 and 0
I Y. M. C. A. Minstrels.
Dr. O. V. Kill
Has moved his office from Stato
St. to rooms 410-411 in the U. S.
National Bank Bldg., whore he will
bo pleased to soo all his old patrons
as woll as now ones,
as woll as now one. l-31-3t-eod
February 8 and 0
Y. M. C. A. Minstrels.
(Continued from page one.)
curbed streot graded 30 feet wide,
and gravelod full width, tho gravol
to bo olght inches in depth in tho
centor and six Inches at tho curb line
Owens street was reported as fa
vorablo to a similar improvement,
but not yet fully signed up.
Wilson streeroported as desiring
a slightly dlfforont specification, but
also favorable to improvement.
Moyers street was favorable to im
provement, but, Hko Wilson street,
desired an nltorod specification.
Saginaw Htroot roportod for a
stroot gavolod full width and cubed,
and that owry property owner that
had boon seen had promptly slguftd
Tho committee appointed to Invot-
tlgato tho city chartor in reference
to tho building of main trunk line
sewors, with a vlow to lmving tho
chartor nmondml, roportod thnt such
action was nolthor advisable nor
dotdrnblo, and the reasons given
were so obvioim that tho report was
accepted and tho committee relieved.
Tho Gommitttto to whom wae dele
gated tho task of ascertaining the
feasibility of re-diverting tho Wil
lamette river Into Us ancient chan
nel, naked for more time, which was
Th la proposed plan Is requiring
much serious thought on the part of
tliURO bundling it. The Willamette
river Is gradually eating its way east
toward th proposed route, but be
fore it (van be Huccotwfully changed
to a new channol, hundred of acres
of proporty now und or cultivation
and hold very vuluabeto the differ
ent owner will have to be taken In
to consideration. The general opin
ion Is that the running water would
be greatly beuelletttl to that section
of the city, in that tho South Salom
Slough, which Iihh boon the wnirca of
much trouble eiuue the south part of
the city hgH, llegun to grow, would be
waahed'Ottt, hiiil a mors sanitary con
dition eatabllehed along the water
Tho routlrto buInua of thn meet
ing having been completed with tho
dUouwIun of the WUlawrtto river
problem, tho feast was nocct In ordor,
and tlila followed with dinars ooeu
pliHl the seriouH Attention of the
crowd for some time.
William Fleming, Wm. Mean.
chrlHt und Dr. o n. Mllas addreeeeu
the meeting on pppulex improve
ments, and gave aeverat goed ttuggew-tious.
"Yes, It Is good to be home," said
Dr. Jttobertson, in answer to an in
qulry by a Journal representative
this morning. "It scorned strange.
though, to see the ground covered by
snow when I got up this morning,
and for a few moments I could hardly
realize that I was In Oregon, and not
back in tho country whoro it knows
how to snow, and where there aro
real blizzards. Anyay, I can get ac
customed to the change back to gen
uine Oregon weather by degrees.
Dr. Robertson went East about
two months ago, primarily for the
purpose of taking a special course
of study In surgery and woman's
diseases, and incidentally doing
some other post-graduate work. He
spent considerable time at Rochester,
Minn., studying in the St. Mary's
hospital, commonly known as tho
'Mayo" hospital, from the surgeons
who conduct it, and who have glvon
It a national reputation. The doctor
Is enthusiastic, not only in bis praise
of these eminent surgeons, who, it
s easily seen, ho classes as tho very
host in the country, but also of the
wonderful system they have perfect
From Rochester he went to Chica
go, studying tho methods in tho hos
pitals there, and thence on to New
York, where he took the special
course" alluded to. This finished he
went to Philadelphia for the purpn.se
of witnessing operations by Dr. Dacv
6r, ono of the most celebratel of
Eastern surgeons; and then to Pa'tl
moro to seo the work of Dr. Cnllii,
tho famous surgeon of the Jolun
Hopkins University, spending soniu
time in each place.
While delighted with his trip ai-d
unstinted in his praise of tho gret
surgeons of the Eastern cities, It !3
evident he thinks that, outside oi
specialists, tho Mayor, of Minnesota,
and thglr system and methods ahead
of anything in the East. Ho also vis
ited Washington, whoro tho polltf-in
surgical operations of tho ooiiiitry
oro performed, and which is In
a half-dazed condition a large part
of tho time from the anaesthetics ad
ministered to keep it from Woking,
or otherwise giving signs of Ufs. 'lip
stay wasshort, so that he saw onl;
Senator Chamberlain, of the Oregon
delegation and then loft for Chicago,
with the intention of staying a wiek
or more, but the cold breezes from
the' lake, tho snow-burled strsots
and, above all, the remembrunct
that tho gentle "Chinook," thji green
grass and budding flowers were d:ie
In Oregon, made him change lils
mind, and he only stopped long
enough to secure a berth in tho Pull
man, and said he, "tho happiest min
ute of the trip was when I hit the
cushions for home."
Will Meet Tomorrow.
The Salem Realty Board will
meet tomorrow at the rooms of the
board instead of tonight as an
LaGrlppe pains that pervade the
entire system, LaGrlppe coughs that
rack and strain, aro quickly cured
by Foley's Honey and Tar. Is mild
ly laxative, safe and certain in re
sults. Sold by J. C. Perry, Druggist
County Commissioners in Session
The county court is in session to-
fiday. The only business taken up to
day was the approving of claims and
other expenses against the county,
along with a few complaint registered
by taxpayers, claiming to have paid
double tax on their property. Peti
tions will be taken under advisement
Reason Enthrone fl.
Because meats are so tasty they
are consumed In great excess. This
leads to stomach troubles, bilious
ness and constipation. Revise your
diet, let reason and not a pampered
appetite control, then take a few
doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets and you will soon be
well again. Try it. For sale at all
good druggists. Samples free.
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W. W. Martin is Tit -Eugene, placing
Deputy District Attorney Wlnslow
leaves tomorrow tor woouourn on
business in connection with his of
Mayor Rodgers was a Portland
business visitor today.
Howard Blakeley left for Portland
this afternoon to look after business
matters for a few days.
Rolla Miller and wife, of Gates,
were in tho city today shopping, and
visiting frlouds for a few hours.
Dave Richter loft for Portland to
day to attond to business mnttors.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bughman,
of Albany, were visitors In the city
Miss Geraldine Running, of Port
land .arrived this afternoon on the
Electric, and' will be the guest of
the Misses Florence and Alice Coop
er for the remainder of the week.
Mrs. Guy Lewis, of Coburg, who
was operated on at the Salem Hospi
tal last Monday, was reported to be
resting easily today. It is believed
that the danger point has been passed
and that she will now recover.
Chas. Hazelton returned to Port
land this morning after looking up
"business matters in this city for n
Rollln K. Page has returned from
a oner business visit to Silverton.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hubbard re
turned to their home in Portland
this morning after visiting their
son, Frank Hubbard, of this city,
for a few days.
Tommy Ryan, of Portland, is in
the city looking after business mat
ters. o .
For the purpose of furnishing the
Y. W. C. A. room in Eaton Hall,
Friday, Feb. 4, at the M. E. church. ;
Smith & Everett
Real Estate Money Invested
Loans ln Portland Real
Insurance Estat0 securities
PORTLAND - OREGON
Fire Insurance Society
Frank Meredith, Resident Agent
' City HallfBalcm, Or.
TF.OS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Or.
LUTELLUS li. WOODS
Tuning, polisning, repairing. Tel. 60S
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zOR SALE Several houses ln Sa
lem, and farm lands at a bargain.
Capital National Bank. 6-1-eod
WANTED At Salem Hospital, .t
cook. Apply In person.
LOST Saturday night, 29th, a
small brown fur. Between the
Opera House and Meyer's store.
Will finder please leave it at the
"Journal office. 2-2-3t
WANTED To-cook In family or res
taurant by .experienced man. Ad
dess "Jap," care Journal. 2-2-lw
Thcre Will JJe a Meeting
Of the Humane Society of Salem at
tho office of Dr. Byrd at 7:30 Thurs
day evening. Business of impor
tance and all members are urged to
be present. 2-2-2t
RIGHT IN THE HEART of the city
Rooms with heat, electricity,
phone, bath. Also good board.
Mrs. F. B. Merry, 511 Court St.
FOR RENT 6 room house, also
furnished housekeeping rooms.
961 Mill St. Phono 647. 2-2-3t
Plies Cured In O to 14 Days.
PAZO OINNTMENT is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed
lng or Protruding Piles ln 6 to 14
days or money refunded. BOc
We. Extend a Very 'Cordial Invitation to Housekeepers to
Come and Examine Our Magnificent Showing of
Bigelow Peerless Carpets and Rugs
Bigelow weaves the name in the back of every yard of carpet and rug that he makes and the name is a warrant of
merit, This store and the Bigelow mill are after the same thing quality so .quite naturally, we affiliated, t
There has never been in the city of Satem an exhibit the equal of our present showing, and it presents the most ad
vantageous buying opportunity that can be brought to pass this season, Carpets for every room in the house,
Good quality Ingrain Carpet, sewed, laid and lined
pen yard - 65c
Extra good quality Tapestry Brussels, choice pat
terns, sewed, laid and lined, per yard $1.10
Fine high pile Axminster Carpet, in exquisite color
ings and patterns, sewed, laid and lined, per yard $1,35
Rich Velvet Carpet in beautiful patterns and color
schemes, sewed, laid and lined, per yacd .JO
9x12 all wool Rock Mills Superior Art Squares, ,whi
they last .-$10,75,
Washabla Bath Room Rugs In pleasing designs and
color wHlnmt&df of blue and white and green
anpvhlte, at only y,- $2'25
Have You Seen the New
Art Craft Draperies?
The very newest novelty drapery for windows, door and
sash curtains in a variety of pleasing colors and shades,
new, inexpensive and durable, priced at 25c and 35c a yard
Draperies and Lace Curtains
In endless profusion, This season we have added to
our usual large stock a complete line rjf plain and fancy
scrims, and several new patterns of Bungalo Net, in both
close and coarsely woven mesh.
Scrim from 1 5c to 50c a yard,
Bungalo Net 35c to 75c a yard,