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run.v nAPTTAp sozr.mn. ermu oregon. tit&dav. ttt, c. toio.
We've-been complimented by but friends and competitors as
being leaders with the best stock and best system, they a'l
Our Sale a Record Breaker
acknowledge.now that our sale. Gaused a stimulus to prevail and was the means of them unloading their surplus lines of merchandise; do they appre
elate our efforts? Our original, intention was Fo'nolcJ -afive-day sale to reduce stock, but as .opposition says continue, we certainly shall, be occommo-
dating, and to protect our'custbmers we ,dferthis grand stock, acknowledged by allffo be the peer of any in this grand state, less 20 per cent dis-
count Tor cashi ,brokenlines of. good cloan-stock. at your. own prices ; "
Womens ahd.JylisseS' Tailored Suits and
Coats have jjoindd the grand sacrificing
varifw'e Have assorted them into lots
and priced thertl as follows:,
Lot lfo.1, tailoreS suits and
coats, valuestp $1 7.50 now
Lot Nq.taHored suits and
coats, values to $27.50 now
- rtrv V
Lot No. 3, suits and coats,
values toj$37.50 now
Women who appreciate values will find
selections from this lot worth double the
prices we are asking for this high class
of merchandise; first here the first
served "as long as they last at these
prices...' Ready made .section first floor.
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S TAILORED
SUITS, the good kind. The best kind,
Every man and young man in this town , .
. knows the value of our clothing, we have
a special lot marked at -the following
$15.00 values ;special to
close at j
$20.00 values special to
, close at
$25.00 values- special to
$27.50 values special to
And -many other prices not mentioned
with as liberal a discount. These suits
are all clean cut and are as near per
fect fitting as the tailoring art can make
them. See this special display.
TOMORROW a big sale of
Gidgham aprons with bib at
33c each; '
t-.-J.: ?7 OH OA .- DOI M
wwew SSrSTk ' Edcrhcimer, Stein & Co. ft
PINK PILLS HELPED
FROM THE FIRST
Parents of Qlrls Approaching
Womanhood Should Consider
the Treatment Which Re--stored
Woman to Health.
"When the youni? girl developslnto wo
manhood thcro is always the danger of a
eeneral breakdown unless the blood la
puro and rod. This is especially true if
.8lia overetudies or ovcrwbrks.
It is a danger, however.' that can bo
easily averted if the warning symptoms
of impoverished blood are promptly need
ed. Pallor, loss of spirifa, depression,
lack of Ambition and shortness of breath
are some of theso symptoms which can
not be mistaken. To ensuro healthful
devtlopment steps must be taken at once
to build up the blood, whenever these
symptoms are present. The experience
of hundreds of women has proved that
Dr. Williams' Pink Pila are tho best
mcdicino or this purpose. They are a
certain blood builder and strengthen and
give health to tho entire body.
"i r i it -c i f X' T71. '
WITS. y . 1U. -L.YJU1, J1 iiu. HI) IIUIIIB
street, Chico, CaL, tells 6f her euro by
Dr. "Williams' Pink PUIS as she hopes
that pther suffering women will bo led by
her statement to give tliis remedy a trial.
"When I was in my seventeenth year,"
aho says, "I began to siuTer from weak
ness common to my sex. I had never
boon very strong and now ficeraed to
break down completely. I had head
aches every day. Jly back ached a great
deal. I was pale and thin and didn't
have ambition to do anything. I would
lie around most of the time.
"My home was in Orland and I was
treated by a doctor for about two months,
lie did not help mo at all and I gave up
his treatment to try Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills. They helped jno from tho first and
a few boxe3 entirely cured mo. I have
been well ever since."
Parents of uirls who co into dcclino as
"IheV reach the period of development
. ... . i i.i n i ;
snouiu nos negieci me nrei warning symp
toms for tho whole future health of the
cluld depends upon tho way in which
she passes this critical time. Nature
needs help in moat cases and tho tonic
treatment with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
is the most ellicicnt that can Ixs given.
If vou desire full information about
this treatment, write for a cony of our
free booklt-t. "Plain Talks to Women."
Dr. AVilliams' Pink Pills are sold by all.
druggists, or will be sent, postpaid, on
receipt of price, CO cents per box; six
boxes for $2.50, by the Dr. Williams
Medicine- Company, Schenectady, N. Y,
t UNITED rillSSS XJ3ABXO WIIUO.
Vienna, April 2C. Rolatlves or
the wlfo of Princo Miguel of Bragan
za, formerly Misa Anita Stowart,
havo offered through their logol
representatives here to settle the
Prlnco's debts at 50 cents on tho
Tho creditors do not llko this.
When tho princo, or tho Duko of
Vlzen,. as ho is moro commonly
called fh Vienna, married Miss Stow
art, they supposed Miguel would
have unlimited funds at his disposal
and that thoy would get their money
in full besides making much more
out of him in future.
Tho young American woman's ad
visors were too artful for this, how
ever, and so arranged matters that
Miguel has -tho handling of nlmo3t
no actual cash at all. Their repre
sentatives havo openly informed tho
representatives of the creditors that
they consider the latter "harpies"'
and would givo them nothing what
ever wore it not that they think the
princess' situation will bo more com
fortable if some sort of a settlement
is reached. But thoy think that
even comfort would bo purchased at
too high a rate if the claims are fa
be paid off cent for cent.
Though tho Braganza-Stowart
marriage was advertised as a genu
ine lovo match into which financial
consideration did not enter, the-
princo being, as it was announced, a
very rich man, tho truth is that his
debts were enormous. It is reported
that ho is much annoyed by the par
simony with which ho is helm?
CITY NEWS. 4
Tho Big Shoo Sole '
At Jacob Vogt'a etoro is still on.
A live Salesman
And collector wanted. . L. P. Sav
ago, 247 N. Commercial. 4-2C-3t
By purchasing shoos now at Jacob
Vogt'a groat shoo aalo,
34tgo Undertaking Parlors
Cttso and Ohomekota Bta. Calls
day or night. Phono 734.
Ono of tho lino plato glass show
windows of G, W. Johnson & Co. was
Commence Grading a i
Tho grading off Twelfth'stroot bo
twoon State and Court stroeta is now
In progress, and will bo rushed to
New Auto Gnrrigo
S. F, Anderson has taken tho
agency for tho Oakland automobile,
A carload of them arrive in Port
land for him today.
Thursday, April 28th
Will bo tho only date on which
tho special reels of pictures, "Roose
velt In Africa"' will bo shown in Sa
lom. Notwithstanding tho great
cost of those pictures, Manager Wa-
tors, of Yo Liberty, is giving his pa
trons tho opportunity of seeing this
special attr'acllon at tho' regular ad
mission. Sixteen jh and - Cbemokota ' stroots.
Hot and cold water, bath, stationary
wash bowl, toilet, largo basement,
furnace, largo rooms and closets. You
cannot duplfcato this property for tho
prlco asked, Lot 50x160 foot to al
loy. Will soil, it taken at once, for
$2800; $500 down, balance in month
ly payments. Smlth-Qllllngham Co.,
room No. 6, McCornack building.
Phono Main 9G. 4-13-tf
Norm all Opens May
Tho Capital Summer Normal opens
on May S, It will continue until
tho August examination, Classes
-will be formed In all branches for
county and state papers, Htonogra
Phy, typewriting and Latin. Address
J. J. Kraps, Salom, Oregon. 4-26-Gt
Voto Yes for Monmouth Jftmnal
You know what a good teacher
means to a community, and especial
ly to a child, Tho Normal School Is
whore tho teachers aro best trained.
Ypn have n valuablo plant at Mon
mouth, worth more than $100,000.
Don't abandon this, but voto, yos,
tote for Monmouth and sustain tho
Normal School. Tho coat is four
cents on a thousand dollars, J, B.
V. Butler, See. Com.
4-14-Uw-d & w.
lielievo Cliifton Is Kobbcr.
BSITSD rSOBS UUSSu WIBS.J
San Joso, Calif., April 20. Sher
iff Barnett, of Oakland and dotcc
tlves Olnan and Wren of San Fran
cisco, aro oxpocted to arrive horo
lato this afternoon to attompt to es
tablish tho identity of Oharlos Chlf
ton, allegod robber and suspected
Tho Oakland and San Francisco
offlcors will bring with them a nuni
her of persons involvod In recent
hold-ups and murders in the bay
cities and hope to prove by them
that Ohlftoa is tho man wantod.
Tho wltnoBsos in town of tho ofn
cora aro those connected with tho
murders of Motannan Smith aud
Dopuiy Shorift Llpdqulst of Oakland
and of William Schnoidor of San
is your protection. You'll find it
on all govornmont inspected meat.
Hams fcMafSrS Bacon'
boar tho JTodoral Stamp tho mark
of aimrnvfil nf flm TT
spootora an absolute guarantee look Y
of puritj-. Bo snro that nil tho Z-t
meat you buy boars this 3?odoa fiS&S
Stamp and then you aro certain not ia
to be disappointed with tho quality.
At attl UsAlors, Hotels and Cafes
U1B tft Cepy, reHlnnd, OrK
In a decision rendered this morn
ing tho supremo court of tho state
reversed, the judgment entered by
Judgo Burnett in the circuit court of
Marlon county in tho case of Laura
Palmer against tho Portland Rail'
way, Light & Power Company.
Tho case was brought in the lower
court to collect damages for injuries
sustained from a collision between
ono of the electric cars of the com
pany and a buggy in which tho plain
tiff was riding. Judgo Burnett grant
ed a non-suit to tho defendant, and
the plaintiff nppealed. The supremo
court holds tho lower court errod in
ruling out an ordinance and PIbo cer
tain oyldenco with relation to speed
limits. Justice Mooro rendered a
In tho case of M. J. Doyle against
tho Southern Pacific Railway Com
pany, an action from Lano county
nnd a personal Injury caso, the judg
ment of tho lower court was affirmed
An affirmance, was also made In
the case of the Northern Pacific Rail
way Company, nppellants, against
Tho Dalles Transportation Company,
an action for money.
In tho caso of the Gorman Evan
gellcal Reformed Bethany Church of
Salom, appellant, against Lena
Schtndler, et al the judgment of the
lower court was also affirmed. Tho
Issuo involvod was the possession of
A motion to dismiss the appoal In
tho caso of 13. B. Moon against II.
RIBholder was granted.
Tho judgment of tho lower court
in tho caso of A. E. Andrews against
Oliver J. Brown, a Multnomah caso,
and brpught to establish a bound
ary lino, was 'affirmed.
Tho court madq a similar ruling
In tho case of L. F. Koads nplnst
tho United Railways, also a Alultno
ma& mutt ,mi. alV1 brought to ro
covoi monoyfor injuries sustained at
tho hands of the company.
Tho motion fdr a rohoarlng in tho
caso, of tho State of Oregon against
Hans Qoodager, appeal from tho cir
cuit court of Multnomah county, was
In tho case of Z, L. Regard
against A. Barhan, a caso appealed
from the circuit court of Judge Gal
loway, and aftlrmanco waa made. The
same ruling wtu also mado In
SHORT CHANGE ARTIST
! IS NOW IN JAIL
UNITED PRESS LEASED WIBE.J
San Jose, Cal., April 2G. A man
who bears a striking resemblance
to George Curry, secretary of state,
and a candidate for governor, i3 In
Jail here today, charged with having
short-changed various bartendors
yesterday. It is alleged that he in
troduced himself as Curry, and car
ried on a whirlwind campaign for
votes, while playing tho rolo of poll
Four alleged confederates are In
carcerated with the alleged short
According to those who lost at the
hands of the gnngi tho man would
enter a saloon, and, after introducing
himself as Curry, would proceed to
set 'em, up" to every one in the
house." The schemers then would
confuse the bartender while ho was
Changing gold pieces, with a result
that they mulcted tho "house" out
of sums which moro than paid for
the beverages consumed.
It Is alleged that the men operat-
C( successfully at a number of places
in Redwood City before coming here.
Amend Railroad Hill.
rONITKD PRESS LEA8EO W1IUS.1
Washington, April 2G. Tho re
publican Insurgents united with the
democrats In the house this after-
noon and succeeded in adopting an
amendment to the administration
Tallrpad bill providing that tho
judges of tho court or commerce
shall bo named by tho entire su
preme court of tho United States,
Instead of by tho chief jiiBtlce alone.
The voto of tho Insurgents and
democrats was 143 and of their op
The insurgonts havo made many
objections to the bill and tho line-up
on tho amendmont Is taken as an In
dlcatlon that they will use their al
liance with tho democrats to foroa
A meeting of the property owners
on Capitol street was held at tho
Board of Trade building last own
ing for tho purpose of considering
tho proposition of boulevardlng th.is
street to the state fair grounds. A
committee, appointed to make an in
vestigation as to the situation sub
mitted a report which showed that
.fully 90 per cent of the property
owners were in favor of the move
ment. The report created consider
able enthusiasm, and it is believed
that tho movement will be carried
t) a successful termination.
A committee was appointed to
wait-, on the city council, county
court and Governor Benson fpr the
purpose of ascertaining if financial
assistance cannot be obtained from
them in the matter.
Gratified Over Appointment.
I tlNITRD FK IJlARKn W1MM 1
Washington, April G. Members
of tho president's cablnot this after
noon discussed tho appointment of
Govornor Hughes to tho supreme
bench. They express gratification rt
the appointment and Hughes' ac
President Taft rocolved many let
ters of congratulation today forhls
choice of Hughes
Fail Causes Death.
IHMtTOD rttKIH UBAflCD WtSB.1
Aberdeen, Wash., April 26. Pe-
tho tor Lent, employod at Burrows mill
case of W. L, Jorman against J. L. here, is dead today from a fall of
MUnor. also an appeal from the court two foet at tho mill. .Tho acoldent
of Judge Galloway.
A motion to dismiss the appeal in
tho caso of John Harney, appellant,
against W. E, Thlpp. et al a Jack
son county caso, was granted.
Tho Judgment of the lower court
In tho caso of Mary E. iiouqk against
th City of Honeburg, a caso brought
by tho oil to collect, a sewer assess
ment. Was sustained.
In tho case of J. E. Stowoll
against E. D. HnlJ, a Multnomah
ease, tho lower court was also sus
tatned. 'Jt'stnY take throvdayrto get a
letter to Portland and back.
occurred last night, Lent falling
backward from a Btoep laddejr, while
two feet from tho floor and breaking
Read the Journal Want Ads.
Wright Succeeds Steel.
Hon. Will Wright, of Union, was
appointed yesterday afternoon as a
successor to State Bank Examiner
James Steel, who tendered his resig
nation, to take effect May 15.
Mr. Wright was for many years
connected with the First National
Bank of Union. He is a Republican
In politics, a native sen of Oregon,
and the son of W. T. Wright, one 6f
H1MES At tho family home, No
303 South Commercial street, Sa
lom, Oregon. Saturday, April 23,
1910, at 3:30 o'clock p. m., Fred,
tho son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Hlmes, aged 5 . years and 6
months, of lung fever.
The tunqrnl services were held
from tho residence, 303 South Com
merc'nl strQet. at 10:30 o'clock this
forenoon, by Rev. W. H. Selleck nnd
Interment will bo had In City View
n I 1
Is It worth 25 cents to yon tostop
that awful agonizing ltqh? Surely
you wlllpend 20 conts on your dtiig
BtM'a recommendation, to cool nad
heal and soothe that terrible itcamgJ
By arrangement with the D. D. D,
I abovatoriea of Chicago, we aro i-bln
o niPke a special offor of a 25-ent
bnMlu of their oil of wlntergroen
conrcund, known as D. P.. Ii J're-
Ecnptton. Call or write or telcpoiu
to J. C. Perry, druggUt.
Wo absolutely know that tho itch
Is utoppod AT ONCE by I), D. I). Pre
scription, and tho cures nil em to
Notice of Assessment . for Improve
ment of Owens Street.
Notice is7 hereby given that tho
common council of the city of Salem
Oregon, will at or about 7:30 o'clock
p. m., on Monday, the 2d day of
May, 1910, ?t the council chambers,
at Salem, Oregon, proceed to assess
upon each lot or parcel of land liable
therefore its proportionate share of
tho cost of the improvement of
Owens street from the east curb lino
of Liberty street to the east curb
line of Rock street, in the-city of
Salem, Oregon, according to the
maps, plans and specifications adopt
ed for such improvement and on :llo
in the ofllco of inn city recorder.
All persons interested in said as.
sessment shall appear at 'said time
before said common council and pre
sent objections, if any they havo, to
said assessment, and apply to said
common council within Ave day3 fol
lowing said date for the privilege it
they so desire, to make said imiirove-
r.f-nt ,ln lien nf tnelr assessment.
Done by order or tno common
council of the Wty of Salem, Orean,
this 25th day of April, 1910.
,W. A. MOORE".
Notice of Assessment for Improve
mcnt of Bush Street.
Notice is hereby given that (he
'.(mmon council .if i-v city of Silv.i,
Oregon, will at or at cut 7:30 o'clock
p m., on Monday, tho 2d day of
Stay, 1910, at tl; council chambe s
at Salem, Oregon, proceed to assess
upon each lot or parcel of land liable
therefore Its proportionate sharo of
tho cost of 't.e improvement of Bush
rtreet from the west line of Hlgn
s'reet to the east lino of Fir street,
in tho city-of Salom, Oregon, accord
ing to the maps, plans and specifica
tions adopted for such improvement
and on file in tho office of the city
All persons interested in said as
sessment shall appear at said time
before aald common council and pre
sent objections, if any they havo, to
said asscsment, and apply to said
common council within Ave days fol-
1 lowing said date for the, privilege., if
they so desire, to make said Improve
ment In lieu of their assessment.
Done by order or the common
council of tho city of Salem, Oregon,
this 25th day of- April. 1910.' v '
W. A. MOORES,
5jc 5jJ S 5j jjS (c jjc 5$C j(j tjf ijl Jl
W. S. Duniway joined the Port
land business men's excursion to
Klamath Falls last night.
Fto. Insurance Society
Frank Meredith, Resident Accuf
Room 13 Bush Bank Blk, Salem, Or.
MONEY TO LOAN
TFOS. K. FORD
Over Litdd & Hush Hank, Sulem. Or
Try a Journal want ad
ffi , sp
FOR SALE First class newspaper
folding machine 4-6-8-10 or 12
pages folded at once up to a full
sized 7 column paper. Cheap if
taken soon. Speed 1800 to 200O
per hour. Inquire Journal Salem,
TOK SALE Several bouses in 8a
'otn. and farm lanls at a .bargain.
Capital National Bank. " 6-1-eod
ROOMS FOR RENT In private fam.
ily; all modern conveniences;
meals if desired. 444 South High
street. I 4-26-3t
WANTED Woman cook at the Wll-
lametto Sanitarium. 4-26-lw
FURNITURE FOR SALE And
house for rent, 1038 Union street.
Lot on 17th st. between" Court and
State, 650; easy payments. Can
you beat this buy?
Lot 50x130 on Highland ave., ex
cellent location, 125; ?20 down,
balance $5 per month.
8-room dwelling, southeast corner
12th and Court sts., lot 82x82;
price $3250, which Includes paving
now being dono.
Lot 50x100, corner 'of - Miller and
Sagnlaw; $650, easy payments.
Lot 75xl65, 'Capitol st 110 feet
off Court. $4500. -
Lot southeast. corner of 13th and
Center sts.,, 54x81 feet; $1050,
terms. '!; ''
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY LANDS
Bow River Valley, Southern Alberta.
First-class Farm Lands Cheap Ten Years' Time.
Local Agency Steeves Block, Salem, Oregon.
Mccarty, local agent,
The bird-killing cat destroys the
best mousers the farmer has in his
USE ALLEN'S F00T-EASE
The anti-septic powder to be
shnken Into tho shoes. If you have
tired, aching feet, try Allen's Foot
Ease. It rests the feet and makes
now or tight shoes easy. Cures ach
ing, swollen, hot. sweating feet. Re
lieves corns nnd bunions of all pain
and gives rest and comfort. Always
use it to break in new shoes. Try it
today. Sold everywhere, 25 cents.
Don't accept any substitute. For free
trial package, address Allen S. Olm
sted, Le Roy. N. Y.
Dwelling, south 25th st., two lots;
$1400; terms to suit. t
Phono 96. Room 5, McCornack Bdgr
, -Some womor llko puddings, are
too rich to ngrCo with their husbands.
Prcslenty Roosevelt Say
that outdoor exercise Is needed A by
the American people: That's all very
well, but bow can people with rheu
matism follow tb.at adrlcoT The
nnswer is simple use Ballard's SnW
Liniment and the rheumatism will
go; leaving you as spry as a coH
Gives quick and permanent roller
from rheumatism, neuralgia. lam
back and all pains. Sold by all'
CAFE FOR THE LINEN
We make a specialty of launder
ing the finest fabrics and table
linens. Clones are not worn out
with machinery. All work ca'led
for and delivered. Work guaran
teed. Your patronage solicited.
Highland Hand Laundry
2549 Currant Are. Phone -403