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Days More of this firand Cherry
Right up untiLihe last minute
-ised the people of this town a
tlie crowd larger and Kappier, choosing here and there from the different departments and in such quantities that we realize our efforts are appreciated, '
i stt because our merchandise is of a standard grade: 2d, because the prices are as low as good goods can be sold for; 3d, and people believe in our
: methods of publicity they know we do as we say or your money will be refunded with the, same good will-as we receive, it, As we are nearingthe end
of therriost successful 20 per cent 'sale we ever opened to the public, we have decided to give some lines even a greater discount, Hundreds of placards
will mark these extra specials;
'. CITY NEWS.
Electric Light FJxtures-r
Call and see the two 'light fixture,
., sz:uu ana un, mo jsiectrjc liem
and;FIxture Co,, 245. If. Liberty. ,-
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jFor Uo. Best- ',
In groceries nt all, times and at
tho most reasonable pVlces, call on
JjiMU'Lawrenco, corner Commercial
arid Forry. Phono 311. '
Cot Uic Celebrated
iTantlum lamp, tho strongest,
cheapest, and most durriblo on 'ho
markefc 245 N." Liberty St. Tho
best Is tho cheapest, always. Tho
Electric Light and Flxturo CjjOj
They Met Him "
Ono of Salom's most popular citi
zens took occasion to mako a' llttlo
out-ofvfawn trip last week. Tho news
of his coming reached his destination
before ho did, and, to his surprise,
th6jmayor of Brownsville, two brass
bandsand half of tho town mot hint
ns'"l!o'' alighted, and recognized him
as Jim WHlson, of Salem.
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JLIJOjJ. -UJlliS i , ,
t6fc-Mss Elmo Woilor will glva
their closing recital for tho year on
Tuesday; Evening, Juno 28,. and" Wed
nesday evening, Juno 29i,at thoFIrat
Baptist church; at 8:15 o'clock. -Tho
pujplls invito their friends and all
thoso Interested In their progress.
Will Deliver Qrntloiv
Judgo D'Arcy has boon uoloctod
to deliver tho oration at tho colobra
tlon 'of Indepondonco day at Hub
bard. Jiidgo D'Arcy Is ono of tho
most oloquont orators of tho stato
nnd can always bo dopended upon
to deliver ai oxcollont address.
I hae three 10 acre tracts only three miles
from Salem. Best fruit land in the country.
Beautiful view. Must be sold at once.
Per acre. $5.00 per acre down, balance
$1.00 per acre per month. You will have to
hurry if you get one of the tracts, as they
will go fast.
Homer H. Smith
Room S McCornack Building.
Three Days More of Vigorous Value Giving
of this sale we will continue giving unmatch'able qualities at
treat" in real bargains ,and we
come in ; every department
Licensed to Wed
County Clork AHon yesterday af
ternoon Issued a marriage' llccnso to
James E. Whitehead, of Turner,
aged 43 years, and Anna M. Hick
man, of Elgin, Illinois, aged 33
Somo New Arrival t
A party, of 25 from Minneapolis
and St. Paul, Minn., under the direc
tion of tho Barnstadt Improvement
Company, will arrive in Salem to
morrow, and expect to stop hero
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
looking for a location. All ofthem
aro professional people. Fruit Is tho
principal Idea. They aro billed to
stop at tho Lincoln rooms, with Mr.
Wm. Adams, who has Just recently
assumed the management of this now
. Rev. H. Elliott, of Portland, will
begin a series of mcotings July 2 in
tho hall at 444 Court street. His
meetings aro In tho lntorcat of thOf
Nazarlno churcti. Ho Is a diligent'
workor In tho missionary field and a
fluent spoaker. All aro cordially In
vited to nttond thoso meetings.
K. of P. Memorial Services.
Tho Knights of PythlaB lodgo will
hold Us momorlnl services this ovon
lng In tho Steovcs ' building on tho
corner of Liberty and Stato Btroetp.
A program In keeping with tho splr
it of tho occasion has boon propared.
It Is riB follows:
Selection K. P. Quartet
In Momorlam. .Bro. Goo. F. Rodgors.
Vocal' solo Selected
Miss Loulso Croniso
'Address ...Bro. Barr G. Loo
Selection K. P. Quartot
Vocal solo Selected
Bro. Geo. 0. L. Snyder
dloso of sorvlco by Chancollor Commander.
have -been true to our word.
awaits you with a bigger surp'ise
KING. At the homo of his niece,
Mrs. D. D. Tompkins, 551 North
Summer street, Salem, Oregon,
Thomas King, of heart failure,
aged 72 years, 2 months and 2
Tho funeral will be held from tho
residence at 2 o'clock tomorrow af
ternoon. SCHREIBER At 560 North High
street, Salem, Oregon, at 4 p. m.,
Juno 27, 1910, Mlllio Katherlno
Schrolbor, beloved daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Schrelber, ago 20
years; G months, 15 days.
Funeral services at Catholic
church Wednesday, Juno 29, at 10:30
WILSON. At tho Oregon Stato Hos
pital for tho Insane, this morning,
Samuol C. Wilson, aged 01 years.
Tho remains wore shipped to Port
land for interment by the Rlgdon
Undertaking Company this after
BLARCE. At trajOregon, Stato Hos
pital for tho lanof today, Johan
na Blarco, ngeir 48 jyearaA
Tho remains weroshlEby tho
Rlgdon Undertaking Company to
Mount Angel, where interment will.
Water will bo shut off tomorrow
morning at 8 o'clock on tho following
Conter, from Liberty to Fourteenth
All streets north of Conter and
oast of Capitol, including Capitol.
On account of changes being mado
on streets preparatory to hard sur
faco pavement. Salem Water Co.
Trya want ad In Tho Journal. They
JOURNAL, SALES! OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1010.
Pair 20 0 Discount Sale
less in price than you pay for imitations elsewhere, We prom-
This sale has been going for seven days, and each day finds
than you saw yesterday,
WHEN BAXKd AND BOND COM
PANIES REFUSE TO PURCHASE
BROADWAY BRIDGE BONDS,
THE WOMAN'S CLUB GETS
Portland, Ore., Juno 28. Because
banks and bond companies refuse to
buy tho Broadway bridge bonds, on
.account of litigation brought against
.the 'clfy by persons opposing the con
struction of another municipal
bridge across tho Willamette river
to connect East and WesSt Portland,
club women today subscribed ,$11,
000 for tho bridge bonds. At a meet
.lngjfef tho Wdmen's Club the mem
bership subscribed $1000. Iramedl
atelrSafter tho Women of Woodcraft
subscribed for an, additional $lO,000
With this as a sjartor several com
mittees' were appointed to wait upon
tho wealthy womon of Portland, who,
it is believed, will subscribe and as
sist in tho movement.
When told of the action of tho wo
men's club Mayor Simon was highly
elated, "They never fall at any
thing," ho exclaimed. Officials of tho
club declare that the women will sell
tho entire Issue of $250,000 among
The bridge, when completed, will
cost $2,000,000. Tho present bond
lssuo was voted to pavo the way for
Good farms at a low prlco aro be
coming scarce in tho Willamette val
loy, but by watching tho market
thoro are still chances to pick up
fine lands for a reasonable figure.
Thoro Is a farm of 140 acres one
mile from Sublimity, Marlon county.
Oregon, and tho best land that is for
sale at an astonishing low prlco for
60 days. Two-thirds of this 140
ncro farm is lorol land, one-third la
rolling. It is entirely fonced, most
ly with woven wiro fenco, nnd there"
are between 80 and 90 acres undor
cultivation. Thoro is some small
timber on the place suitable for
cord wood for homo use. It la wa
torod by a running stroam, ono well,
and two springs. Thoro is a fine
family orchard 12 years of ago In
good condition. There Is a one and
a half story house with Beven rooms,
two barns, ono 3Cx41 and ono 36x"3G,
four chlckon houses, one hog. house,
root house, and two cellars. There
Is a good school ono milo away and
it Is ono milo to tho . F. D. route
and threo miles to tho railroad, Tho
farm la on a macadam road.
Tho farm la now In crop and tho
crop goes with tho farm until har
vested. Tho price la only $65 per
acre, including tho crops. Tho own
ur has the best of roasona for making
this Bsc'riOco. This farm will be on
the marmot at this prioe for a short
For further Information and a
trip to th place gee Homer U.
Smith. Room 5. McCornlck Bldg.
PhoM 9, S.1WH. r. fct4t
Cairo, Egypt, June 28. Ibrahim
Wardanl, assassin of Beutros Pasha,
late premier of Egypt, was hanged
here today, following extreme pre
cautions on the part of tho British
administration to prevent any dem
onstration by tho condemned man's
"I die for the cause of Egyptian
liberty," were tho last words of the
premier s; Slayer.
Tho hanging took placo In the
yard of tho government prison here,
and outsiders were Jealously exclud
ed by tho authorities. Newspaper
men were barred from witnessing the
execution, and a strong detachment
of troops patrolled tho streets about
the prison. Many soldiers and po
lice In uniforms mingled with the
crowds that gathered early.
Later tho order was Issued that no
large gatherings would bo permitted;
and tho crowds wero dispersed. Tho
Nationalists, wearing their colored
fezes wero in evidence, but they
mado no attempt at a demonstra
tion. OREGON PIONEER
THOMAS KING, WHO CAME TO
SALEM 37 YEARS AGO, DIED
AT THE HOME OF HIS NIECE
Thomas King died yesterday after
noon at tho resldenco of his niece,
Mrs. D. D. Tompkins, 551 North
Summer street, and tho funeral will
bo hold from tho resldenco tomor
row afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev.
Babcock will conduct tho services at
tho resldenco and tho services at the
gravo will bo In charge of tho Odd
Follow lodgo of which organization
tho deceased was a member.
Mr. King was ono of Oregon's
pioneers, having settled at Salem 37
years ago. His profession was that
of a mechanical ongineer and for
years ho served in that capacity at
the Salem Iron Works. Ho also saw
service as engineer at the state pri
son. Ho was a member of the Are
company during its early days and
did much In Its upbuilding. He was
ono of tho city's enterprising nnd
progressive citizens nnd ho leaves
hosts of friends who will grieve to
learn of his death.
Ho was 72 years" of ago, and
leaves to survlvo him six sons John
W. of Adams; Will D., Jerry P., and
George, of this city; Frank, of Pen
dleton, and Ralph of North Yakima.
Ho also leaves n nephow, A. L
Brown, nnd two nieces, Mrs. D. D.
Tomklna nnd Mrs. O. W. Moon, all
of this city.
In addition to being a member of
tho Odd Follow lodge, he was also
a member of tho Odd Fellows En
campment and tho Ancient Order 'of
Are in tho Upper.
Washington, Juno 28. Many
sonators and congressmen who are
riding Westward today la Pullmana
ore occupying upper berths because
of tho rush to Reno. Tho lowora
wero roservod In advanco by Eastern
fans and the statesmen wore forced to
accept upper bertha, in spite of
strenuous objection. On one West
bound train Congressman Needhsw
wr8 the only sUteeman far-lghte.l
enough to raeerve a lower berth sev
eral days ahead of the time for bU
lira. W. R. Anderson Is back
from a visit wfth rolatlvos and
friends In Portland.
Mrs. Seymour Skiff is visiting
friends in Portland.
RoV. Father Moore departed today
for a visit to Oregon City.
John Ryan, of Townsend, was In
the city yesterday afternoon.
W. B. Barnes, of Klamath county,
was in the city on business in con
nection with his office yesterday af
ternoon. N "
Miss Nellie Mclntlre Is spending a
a few days In Portland with friends.
TO START POSTAL
Washington, June 28. Postmaster-General
' Hitchcock, Attorney
General Wlckersham and Secretary
of tho Treasury MacVeagh, created
trustees of tho proposed postal sav
ings bank system under the new pos
tal bank law, met this afternoon
Tho trsutces aro empowered undor
tho law to devise plans for tho bank
ing system and to select the cities In
which banks shall be established.
said that the trustees intend to com
plete the organization of the system
as soon as possible.
The army Is experimenting with
transmitting bugle calls for long dis
tances with he aid of the mega
phone. Norwich Union
Fire Insurance Society
Frank Meredith, Psident Agent
Room 13 Bush Bank Blk, Salem, Or.
MONEY TO LOAN
XROS. K. FORD
Over Lndd & Bush Bank, Salem, Or
LOT 60x110; two blocks from State
house, $900. Easy, payments.
Lot, Miller and Saginaw; $650; ex
cellent buy. '
Lot 50x200 on 24th St., $10 down,
balance $5 per month.
Lot in Highland Ave; $10 down,' $5
Let 400x160, half-block of stale
Lot Thirteenth and Center streets,
$1050. A good buy.
Excellent lot on 23rd street, $225;
$10 down; $5 per month.
Terms can be had on all of the
See SMITH-G ILLING HAM CO.
Boom 5, McCornack Bldg.
Phone OO or 1023
BECHTEL & BYNON'S BARGAINS
Here are a lot of farms worth cort
slderlng: 460 acres of sandy loam, 250
acres under the plow, 50 acres beav
er dam, modern buildings; one of
the best farms In tho Willamette
148 acres, half in cultivation, bal
ance timber and pasture; within
one-fourth mile of railroad town;
only $50 per acre.
A finely Improved llttlo placo In
the section south of townj good im
provements and fruit, berries, etc.
Only $2800; terms.
198 acres of good valley lanti lo
cated on electric lino not far' from
Salem; good improvements, high
rich ground; $95 per acre; good.
Worms can Bo arranged.
121 acres on Salem prairie; lino
soil and good improvements; 20
acres in fruit; no low ground; $125
per acre; terms.
198 acres on Salem prairie with
the best improvements of any farm
in the valley. That is somo talk,
but It is tho truth. All under culti
vation1 but Just enough for wood for
a family for a few years. Seo this
3-room house, barn, well and fourl
lots for $800; snap.
Strictly modern 7-room bouse,
barn, lawn shrubbery; etc., for only
$4,200. House has electric lights,
furnnce, bath, toilet, In fact all con
A beautiful now homo at actual
cost: lnsido Dronerty: owner leavlns
city nnd tho place is too nice to rent,
being modom and artistic. Must be
sold quickly. $4,200; terms.
$4,500 will buy a flno 25-ncre
tract, close to town, 20 acres In ap
ples; this is a good placo and has
fine rich soil.
$6,000 buys 9 acres of fine land,
with a good 7-room house and good
barn; black soil; not far from town;
2 acres In fruit; nicely Improved
$8,600 will buy 15 acres on, car
lino near fair grounds and new boul
evard; all set to fruit and berries;
will subdivide so as to more than
double the cost. We can do this tor
We havo a fine list of vacant hits
located In different parts of Salem.
Good buys, all of thorn. Easy term?
Remember we aro headquarters
for farms, large and small, an the
famous S lam and Howell pralriea.
Don't buy till Vou sm thta Motion.
llKCHTKL & RYNON
317 Stnte Street " TeL Main 102
FOR SALE First class newspaper
folding machine 4-6-8-10 or It
pages folded at onco up to a full
sized 7 column paper. Cheap If
taken soon. Speed 1800 to 2000
per hour. Inquire Journal Salem,
FIRE PROOF SAFES Lurgo as
sortment, new and second-hand.
Also vault doors. Call or write -for
prices today. Portland Safe
Co., Agts. Genuine Hall Safe.
87 5th St., Portland, Ore.
FOR SALE A first clas3 side sprlngr
buggy, one scat, in A No. 1 condi
tion; reasonable price; Call at
Journal office. . 6-9-tf
FOR SALE A modern 5-room cot
tage, on an Improved corner lot
66x107; one of the finest locations,
in tho city. This placo has all
modern plumbing, bath, toilet,
lavatory, etc., connected with
sewer. Fireplace, beamed coiling,
cabinet kitchen and all up-to-date-conveniences.
The location is ex
cellent. Easy payments. Homer-
H. Smith, room 5 McCornack:
building. Phone 96. 6-22-tf
FOR SALE Tho following land has
been placed In my hands to sell:
10,000 acres of farming land, lo
cated in Morrow and Gilliam coun
ties; 80 acres of land, 16 miles
from Spokane, Wash.; 192 acres
near Whitman, Wash,, and 1100
acres in Columbia county, Wash.
For particulars and information
call on or write me at tho Journal!
office, Salem, Ore. R. M. Hofer.
FOR SALE A fine lot on south
east corner of 24th and Trade Sts.,
high and dry, 60x192. This te-
" a dandy. $400, $25 down, bal
ance $10 per month. Homer H.
Smith, Room 5, McCormack build
FOR SALE A good range and din
ing room set. Call at 259 N. 15th:.
FOR RENT 6-room houso at 793
Statesman St. Inquiro at Asylum
Avenue Grocery. 6-28-3t
CAN MAKE $50 PER WEEK We
want 'somo good hustlers to sell
high grade, reliable Nursery
Stock. Splendid territory, ex
pense monoy advanced weekly
Address Albany Nurseries, Inc.,.
Albany, Oregon. " 0-28-lmo-
WANTED AT QNCE Girls for gen
eral housework. Threo wait
resses. Housekeepers for town
and country. Men for town and
farm work. Man to drive team.
544 State. Phono 1507. A. C.
Smith & Co.
WANTED Woman for general
housework in country. No hired,
men to, cook for. Good wages.
Call at 465 N. Front St. 6-28-3t
WANTED Woman to do cooking:
and tako care of kitchen. Small
family. No washing. Call at 465
N. Front St. 6-2S-3t
LOST Cocker Spaniel .pup.V white"
spot on breast. Return to Bureau
saloon and receive reward.
N Paterson Has Bad Fire.
t UNITED PKES3 LEASED WIRE.
Paterson, N. J June 28. Fire
which threatened tho destruction of
the business district of this city was
controlled here today after four fire
men had been Injured. The firemen
wero struck by a falling wall, but
none wero fatally hurt. Loss $500,
000. SALEM SANITARIUM
Corner Capital and Morion Sts.
General Hospital and Sana
torium for nervous and mental
First class attendance of
nurses and physician guaranteed.
Mrs. Marteana McAlpin
Phone Main 1951.
Is all newly fitted up and is now
ready to accommodate all who wish
to come; also cottages and tents for
rent. For further Information write
to W. D. Wheeler, Newport, Ore., box
CARE FOR THE LINEN
Wo make a specialty of launder
ing the finest fabrics and table
linens. Clones are not worn out
with machinery. AH work: called
for and delivered. Work guaran
teed. Your patronage solicited.
Highland Hand Laundry
2649 Currant Ave. Phone 40'3