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tiMLV OAriTAl JOURtiAJU , SALEM, OREGON, AVEDNESDAV, M VY 25, 1010.
Sahlin Perfect Form and Corset Combined, W. B. Corsets
Pingree Shoes, Lansdowne, Gribbon's Linens, Etc., Etc.
HAS A BANQUET
iVIake-Roosn Sale of Ready-to-wear Garments
484th Wednesday Surprise Sale, To
day Only 1000 Money-Saving Oppor
tunities, Every Department is Repre
Linen Suits and Lingerie Dress, val
ues to $1 6.50, special at . . $2.98
This showing comprises the very best styles nd they nil have a dls-
tlnct air of nowncss. A wide assortment to choose from placed on a
special rack to mako selections easy. The makers would bo surprised
at this low price, but we need tho room for a mammoth stock of fall
garments that aro being mado exclusively for this stare. These linen
suits aro plain tailored, with modlum length garments. Tho dresses
aro tho stylish ono pleco that aro In vogue this season. Embroidery,
laces and tucks aro much In evidence as trimmings. Seo
this special showing of values up to $16.50 for only. Sj298
Four hundred members of tho or
ganlzed classes of tho Sunday school
of tho Methodist church sat down to
a banquet In tho Sunday school
rooms last evening, and it was unan
lmously agreed that it was tho so
cial event of the year in church clr
cles. Thcro aro 800 members en
rolled in the Sunday school, but lack
of room mado it necessary to confine
tho banquet only to tho organized
Classes, which aro composed of mem
bers who are more than 16 years of
Sunday School Superintendent
Anderson acted as toastmaster for
tho occasion, and B. P. Kumler,
Mrs. Cornelius, J. A. Alblson, W. O.
Price, P. S. Gilbert, Mrs. J. S. Penn,
Prof Sherwod and Mrs Helgelman,
representing tho various classes, re
sponded to toasts.
Brief addresses were delivered by
Rev. Selleck, pastor of the church,
and Rev. J. T. Abbott, of Portland.
Miss Pearl Bradley and Miss Edlng
ton rendered a duet, and received a
liberal amount of applause.
(Continued from page 1.)
m Haired Krpad.
W Biscuit, Cake, Pastry,
rresh,! aster ul, Health-
ful, and Economical when
Tuscan Straw Baby Bonnets Less One-Third Baby Bon
nets, $1 .35 to $3.00 values, at 98c Lawn Baby Bonnets,
very pretty styles, less One-Third
Theso Tuscan Straw Bonnets aro tho daintiest, prettiest styles wo have ever shown. They plcaso tho
motors and tho youngsters "crow" with dollght. They aro lined with blue, pink and white silk,
trimmed with largo bows of ribbons and flowers, suitable for spring and summer wear. Every one a
beauty. A largo assortment to choose from at theso prices: ,
75c Bonnots.spoclal Make-Room Salo
price . 50
11.50 Bonnets, special Make-Room Salo
$1.75 Bonnets, special Make-Room Salo
$2.00 Bonnets, special Make-Room Salo
Bonnots, special Make-Room Sale
Bonnets, special Make-Room Salo
Slightly Soiled Waists at
one-third and one-half price
Somo of our very beat talfored and lingerie
waists have bocomo slightly soiled and mussed
from so much handling. Thoy aro now offorod
at a prico that will moro than offset tho damage
"iVo now offer those Btylish modoln to shrewd
buyers during tho Mako-Room Salo at
One-Third and One-Half
Their Real Worth
484th Wednesday Surprise
Sale--Today only Hand Em
broideredIrish Linen Hand
kerchiefs at 10c
The Handkorcfilof Counter offers an opportunity
to tltrlfty shoppers that may never happen again.
Thoy aro all pure Irish linen, regular size, hand
omb'roldored, unlaundored; 100 dozen to choose
from in a va rloty of Btyles. Imported and made
expressly for this store. Regular 15c to
25c values on salo at 8:30 a. m. at iiO
No phono orders received.
ttottAt Undertaking Parlor -
Cottage and Chemoketh Sts. Gall
ay or night. Phono 724.
Aud boxes fpr salo at Salem Fruit
Union. ( C-19 to C-l
Ten mon at onco. Work In saw
mill FnllB City Lumbor Co. Phono
Potatoes BO Con! s ,
A sowed Back at Parrlngton's gro
cory and markot, 426 State Stroot.
rroparlng Armory Contract-
Assistant Attorney Gongral Van
Wlnklo is preparing tho contract for
tho construction of an armory at Al
bany. Tho urmory will bo modorn
u construction and equipment, and
when completed will represent a
cost of $17,500.
And got our rgmovnl salo prlcea
before you buy anything pertaining
to woman's woar. Hnlborg & Co.,
complete outfitters for woman and
children. Liberty St., Salom,' Oro,
Iowa Picnic, Juno 21.
Tho Iowa Assoalatlon met last
evening and Battled upon Juno 24
en tho timo for tho holding of tho
annual picnic of tho association, also
fixed upon tho fair grounds as tho
placo. Tho association will hold an
other mooting Tuesday evening
"wtion further plans In relation to
tho plcnio will be worked out.
Q 1 loon's harbor shop
Gibson's cigar storo
GUbou'b baths opon all day Sunday
Fluo Hrenkfiist Uncoil
At J, M. Luwiunco, corner Ferry
& Commercial. Union Meat Co. pro
duco always on hand.
Llco soon oat up your proflts.
Kill this pest quickly with Conkoy's
Llco Powder, Llco Liquid, and Hoad
Llco Olntmont. II. W. Thells'on.
IlntHlns, 1 Lbs, 25 Cents
I'eachen, it Lbs. 25 Cents
At Farrlugton'a grocory and mar
kot, -126 Stato St,
Suporlntondont of Public Instruc
tion Aokonunn loft yeelordny for
Tolodo whoro ho Is attending u
sorlos of twehors institutes. Friday
ho will attend a convention of
80I109I boards nt Corvnllls.
SMITH WANTS VKAL
Wo will pay as follows for first
class produce Ship by express;
Pfrk 12 Ho
Live Hens 18c
Uvp spring chickens ....
pound !0o to ViUc
FKAJW T" SMITH MIWT CO..
"FlRhWig the lUmt Trust,"
And got our removal salo prlcos
boforo you buy anything pertaining
to woman's woar. Hnlborg & Co.
comploto outflttore for womon and
children. Liberty. St., Salom, Ore.
llroho Ann Twlct!
Lorn Purvlno, tho 13-year-old
dnughtor of F. L. Purvlne, while
running across tho lawn at tholr.
homo yesterday tripped over a board
nnd foil, broaklng hur arm In two
places. Medical aid was Immediate
ly Biimmonod, and whjlo the injury
Is not sorlous, It Is certainly pain
ful. Revival Meetings
The rovlval mootlngs undor the
direction of Uov. Oharloa Wosloy
Huth nro well nttendod and ho U
evidently ,onuslng considerable
thinking. Ho is a man at wonderful
energy, and lite addresses boar tit
stamp of this trait. Last year he
traveled 30,000 mile and this year
lies traveled 15.000 miles Ami
proaelied nearly jot) urinous. It is
claimed for him that fully S0.OO0
prons have been converted at his
meeting. Services erery eventug In
tl blr tent corner Seventeenth and
Asylum 11 venue
sured that thcywlll bo protected
Commander Gilmer is firm in his
stand that tho government troops
must not enter tho city, and a clash
between the marines and tho advance
guards of Madrlz is not unlikely.
News of tho fighting is brought to
tho city by couriers. Lines are drawn
within five miles of Blueflelds. Ma
drlz's forces nro suporlor in number
and equipment, though the American
manned gun battory is a powerful
factor in Estrada's favor.
Skirmishing, which has been going
on for three days, and tho heavy can
nonading of yesterday, with tho re-
eated onslaughts today, have wearied
Madriz's soldiers, and Estrada's ad
vantage in position is telling slightly
In his fnvor. It is believed, however,
that tho defenders of the city cannot
hold out much longer.
Heavy loss of life Is reported in the
fighting. Couriers declare that the
Madrlz forces havo suffered most
but many of Estrada's soldiers have
been killed, and a little stream of
wounded Is being borno constantly to
Tho landing of the flanking party
by the Venus has greatly weakened
Estrada's position. A concerted at
tack from this force and from tho
main force of the government soldiers
It is believed would force Estrada to
abandon tho custom house, and the
defending army would bo pushed to
the very front of tho city. Whether
tho American forces would Interfere
if the Madrlz army should attempt to
follow and continue tho attack on Es
trada If his soldiers retreated into
the city is aqucstion that has arisen
today. It is reported that Estrada
has considered making such a movo
as a last resort.
ORGANIZE TO OPERATE HOTEL
(Continued from Pago 1.)
To Deliver Memorial Address
Judge P. H. D'Arcy has been se
lected a3 tho orator of tho day at
tho momorlnl celebration at Mod-
loru. air. D'Arcy del vcred tho Tho total amoimtt of stock sub-
memorial address Inst yoar In this scribed at present Is $17,500. This Is
city, and Is well known throughout probably all that will bo needed to
tlio stnto as an eloquent and force- furnish tho hotel, nnd In thnt caso'no
iui spoiiKor. more wmi D0 BOlli a moetlne of the.
stockholders was held last night nnd
nntB Divorce tho fololwlng flvo directors were elect
Mary Hagorauo has commenced cd: W. H. Doollttle, president; Uus
an ncuon or cuvorco in tho circuit 8el Catlln, vice-president; Chas. H
court agnlnst Frank Hngerauo. Sho Savage, secretary; Max O. Buren
auegos mat tnoy woro marriea n treasurer, and J. A. Wilson. Theso
1SS2 nnd thnt thoro woro sovon nvo raon will hereafter havo tho man
children born to thorn ns n result agomont of tho hotel In tholr hands
of tho union. Sho nllogcs as her Tho spirit of tho Salom business men
ground for dissolving tho mnrrlago ftn(l tholr fnlth In a good hotel being
DOnOS cruel nUU inllltmnn troatmout. nnvlne nrnnnslllnn In thlR Pllv u
shown bv tho wav thnt thov have sub-
Ml.... ' . . 1. 1 . I - -
tho Journal is in rocolpt this
morning of what It bellovos to bo KXOIXHHR rkports ox wathr
mo nnoet uox or strawbornos
brought to Snlem this year. Thoy
Royal is the only baking powder made
from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar
system Is $1,145,000, and tho an
nual cost of maintaining It $116,
900, and the estimated cost of
pumping system from tho Willam
ette is placed at $1,145,000, and tho
yearly cost of its maintenance at
Ho says that a pure water supply
can no doubt bo obtained from' any
of these sources, but when all
things are considered, he favors and
recommends that tho Santlam pro
ject be adopted.
A. E. Trask, of Falls City, spent
yesterday In tho city.
W. V. Hurst, of' Myrtle Creek, la
In the .city on business.
C. F. Easter, of Bolso, is a busi
ness visitor in tho city.
W. H. McBrldo Is a Shaniko visi
tor in the city.
Rev. J. T. Abbott, of Portland, at
tended tho annual banquet of the
Sunday school classes of tho Meth
odlst church last evening.
R, B. Cradlebaugh, a mining en
glneer who has been examining mln
ing properties In Southern Oregon
arrived hero this morning to visit
his father, J. H. Cradlebaugh, of
the Journal staff. Ho will be In the
city for a day or so only, as he Is
compelled to return to Southern
Oregon to completo his work there,
WANTED Good girl or woman for
general Ijiousework. (Family of
three, good wages. Inquire 146 7
Asylum Ave. 5-25-3t
FOR SALE 1 team of horses, 4
years old, weight, 2350; also new
harnass and wagon; all for ?400.
Forced to sell. C: H. Green, Mad
ison St., near S. P. track, Card
well Addition, North Salem.
EAST SALEM WON
FROM "HAS BEENS"
FOR SALE A lovely home, 9
rooms, close in, at 5G5 North
High St. Two lots, room for an
other house, fine shrubbery, plen
ty fruit, garage and barn. Phono
706 and look It over or see admin
istrator at 780 Stato street after
6 p. m. any day. 5-2 5-1 wk
MONEY TO LOAN
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bonk, Salem, Or.
Fire Insurance Society
Frank Meredith, Resident Agent
Room IS Bush Bank Bik, Snlem, Or,
(Continued from pngo 1.)
wero raised by Mr. LyGrlco. a Polk .. .
,..,. f,,..., tL.. -r,., gallons por capita por day ror a pop-
miles west of Snlenu Tho borry U
ulatlon of 50.000 pooplo, and that
tho "Nlolcomn" nnd It tnkoe Just L, , . , , . . . .
.., . ,, .. , . this might be mado to answer for a
u " IT. w ' "... T . " " population of 76.000
UUA. 4 IIUJ tllU U UUU ftlllUkJ tti una
further states thnt
tho report Is
u good bqrry for shipping. Mr.
(Irieo has the thanks of the Journal
FOR SALE Fine residence proper
ty near Marion Square. Address
F. L. T Journal office. 5-20-tf
mini nf tlin Annntnv mwl Tit Mlna
-n . ; . r"" mnde on the nssuronUon that the
h? .hln,"10y "r. B.0,,,B to.? PUnt of the Salem Water company
can be purolmsml nt tho price flxel
f l,v o,. I !.. " l"u W'""WU, HU mm l nan
able to raise many more Hko It to ! e? 1'' 1,1"
ship oust to help advertise tho WlltT "T.. ZtJTZZ
lametto Valley. , f
or roeorvolr cnnncltv. and moro
Candidates for Queon mnlnB In various districts fo Are
At Modern Woodmen picnic: Lola protection, and recommends that
Hayes, BobsIo Zwlokor, Lllllo Johns. $76,000 bo axnondod for that In tho
joy nirnor, Alioo Clough. Get busy llnnnedlnte future,
nnu oioct your friend, ha tho tlrao la Costs of Different Systems
snort for voting. . in' sneaking of the Broltonbush
I) m tool ho Bflva thnt ho hns cnnHiil
Tn Visit !.. " ... " .
" nrnl rhn f11-rnlrn nf rh wntni
.fv imivy cousisung or ur, 11. v. ml,B OP two abova its mouth ns the
Epploy. Ed. Hllla R. H. TJalloy. A. S. nioat f9Mible plan, and that If this
uupion anu Mr, itosa will leave to- U-n not b done a snnnly m&y bo s
nisiu ror jvioriin. to visit uio proper- cwretl from other orejks, and reoom
iijw ui uiv Ainermu Minmg uom- mw,ds Humbug oreek. To Install
imny, in which thei' re all Interested. thU sntom bo that It will have dls
The rereut discovery of olnnnbar trtbutlns; power of 10.000.000 gal
rompies ot wmett were brought up 'ns. It will cost $1,780,000. and the
reoently by Mr Dalley, Is an Iwpor cos or the annual maintenance will WANTED A good cook at 10S0
FOR SALE First clnss newapupoi
fold ng niuchlno 4-6-8-10 or 11
pages folded at once up to a full
sized 7 column paper. Cheap It
taken soon. Speed 1800 to 2000
per hour. Inquire Journal Salem,
WANTED At onco, S or 10 loads
of good dirt. Inquire at Journal
WANTED To find a tenant for
good brick bluldlng In a good lo
cation on Commercial St. Ad-
dross R. McKlnno, care of Jour-
FIRE PRObF SAFES Largo as
sortment, now and second-hand
Also vault doors. Call or write
for prices today. Portland Safo
Co., Agts. Genuine Hall Safe.
87 5th St., Portland, Ore.
FOlt SALE Secona hand buggies
and light strawberry wagons, and
now spring wagons. -Will soil
cheap for cash; going out of busi
ness. 803 Broadway. Warner
FOR SALE Corner lot on Court St.
60x100 feet, facing north and
east; 8-room hard finish house,
plenty of fruit nnd shrubbery;
$2,000 will take this property if
sold this week; easy payments
See Homer H. Smith, Room 5. Mo
Cornaek Bldg. Phone 96 Main.
taut one, tests showing as high aslue SlJS.Ooo.
S3 per cent quicksilver. Th ...stlnnt.-d est f the San 1 im
FOR RENT Five rooms on one
floor, with pantry, water and elec
tric lights, 3 blocks from city hall,
446 Union St. Rent $10. Phono
FOR SALE OR RENT
.' table. ' Induire ' at
room. Phone ?54.
FOR RENT A flat consisting of six
rooms, suitable for ono or two
families, all modern conveniences.
Inquire 1160 East State St.
Lot, Miller and Saginaw; $650; ex
Lot 50x200 on 24th St.; ?10 down,
balance $5 per month.
New bungalow on southeast corner
of 17th and Court sts.; $3750;
Lot In Highland ave; $10 down, $5
per month. -Lot,
40x160, hnlf block of state house
Lot, 13th and Center streets, $1050;
a good buy.
Excellent lot on 23d .street, $190;
$10 down, $5 per month.
Torras can bo had on all of tho abovo.
Tho East Salem ball team tied
tho "Hfis Beens" up with a string
In their last game, winning by a
score of 6 to 1. "The Has , Beens,'
said one of tho victors "aro Improv
ing," being aided by two high school
players. Tho line-up was as fol
lows: East Salem. Has-Beens.
G. Day C D. Phillips
P. Lynch P R. Molson
C. Veatch ...1st B M. Welch
M. Rarey ...2nd B C. Fuller
F. Bell 3d B ,F. Welch
R. Keeno ...... S. S Bellamy
V. Hagerdorn . . C. F.
R. Lindsay . , .R. F. .
D. Gleason . . . ,L. F.
C. Steele Sub.
Sec SMITH-GILLIXGHAM CO.,
Room 5, McConinck Bldg.
Phono 00 or 1023.
Second Annual Convention Oregon
Threshers' Association, Albany,
Oro., Juno 2 nnd 3, 1010.
Round trip rate of ono and one
third faro on the certificate plan
will bo made by O. R. & N. and S. P.
Companies. Tickets on salo May 29,
to June 3, Inclusive, good for return
until June 10. Important subjects
will be discussed, Including an ad
dress by a special representative of
tho U. S. government. .
For further Information as to
rate, dates of sale, .etc.,, call on any
O. 'R. & N. or S. P. agent.
Wed. & Frl.-dly
CARE FOR THE LINEN
Wo mako a specially of launaer
ing the finest fabrics and table
linens. Clones are not worn out
with machinery. All work cafled
for and delivered. Work guaran
teed. Your patronage solicited.
Highland Rand Laundry
2549 Currant Ave. Phone 403
There Ss QnBy One
USED THE WORLD OVEIJ TO CURE h COLD IN ONE DAY.
Always remember tho full name. Lock
for this signature -on every box. 25o.
Huie Wing Sang Co
Big Sale of All Goods at 30
Per Cent Lower This Week
Gentlemen's Pants, pr $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2,$2.20. $2 85.
Ladlefe' Waists, each 50c, $1, $i.25, $1.50, $2.25, $2.75, $4.50
Gents' Overshlrts nnd Undershirts 25c, 50c to $1.00
Ladles' White Underwear, all kinds Half Price
Ladies' Make-up, new lino, all colors 50c. $1, $1.25, $150. to $4.50
15c yd Whito Summer gds 10c
28c yd Fancy Summer gds 18c
46c Half Silk goods 28o
76c Wash Silk sqc
$1.50 Wide Silk $1.00
$3.60 Drees Skirts, sale. .$2.26
$3.50 Drees Skirts, sale $22.25
41o Vesta 25c
35c Fancy Hoso 20c
325 N. Commercial Street