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tAIL,y CAPITAL JQURWAIa, 8AU9M, ORPQOX, SATURDAY, MAY 1, iWt.
Y 'f S MONDAY SPECIAL $2.25 and $2.50 Muslin Petticoats for $1.87 The petticoats are made of good material and hand somely trimmed with embroidery or lace and insertion MONDAY ONLY $2.25 and $2.50 values $1.87 GREAT RELAY RACE SALEM TO PORTLAND 1 J I SPENCER HARDWARE CO. New Location 466-72 State Street Phoenix Pure Paint, jnade of Pioneer White Lead, Oxide of Zinc and Pure Linseed Oil. Especially adapted to the climatic conditions of this valley, Has stood the test of many years, Price per single gal, 1 $1.75 Small cans, 25o.up Pioneer White Lead, per hundred $8.50 Pure Boiled Linseed Oil, per gal, 75c Wood Dye, per package 35c up Tube Colors, per package 10c up Berry Bros, Celebrated Varnishes, Luxbury and Liq uid Granite, These are all you need for interior fin ish on $ur house, The Liquid Granite is the best and most durable finish for floors, stairways, linoleum, oil colth and matting, Price 50c up, Jap-a-Lac for all furniture, makes it look like new: any one can apply it, Price 25c and 40c, Trial sizes 15c, Liquid Veneer for cleaning all furniture: will clean and not mar the finish, Price 25c and 50c, Brushes of all kinds, Brushes for painting, varnish-, ing, window and wall cleaning, floor scrubbing dust ing, etc, etc, etc, At 9.02 this morning the relay race of 52 mllc3 from Salem to Port land, betweon tho Chemawa Indian Traln'tip School and tho Y. M. C. A., of Portland, was sot In motion by Governor BonBon, who said tho word "go" to Amos Smookor. run ning for Chemawa nnd D. Cooper, running for tho Y. M. C A., who will raco the first tlve miles. Smonkor nnd Coopo" left tho west Wng of tho atato capltol, with Smook or four feet In tho lend. Both men ran with n long, cay stride, and tho pace Smooker ?et from tho start was swift The pair wore followed by autos motor cycles nnd boys nnd men on wheels Amos Smooker Is a clctfti bnllt, powerful look'ng Indian, and la the relay racer who finished nneasy win ner In Portland last yenr. 'Governor Benson made a Bhort talk to tho run ners, and nave them hU heartiest wishes. Ho also handed each tho following messngo to Mnyor Lane of Portland, to bo delivered on tho nr r'vnl of tho last two runners: "Honorable Harry Lane, Mayor, Port lnnd, Oregon. "Dcnr Sir: Tho Stnto of Oregon send" greetings to Portland, thp bean tlful, the sure winner In tho raco Qf cities of the Northwest. "Verv truly yours, "F. W. BENSON, Governor." Honoymnn & DoIIart, of Portland, have loft with tho governor a beauti ful lov'ng rup, which goes to tho winner. Following nre tho names of tho racers who will step Into tho raco at the end of each five miles, In regular erder: Chemnwn Amos Smooker, John Brown, Louis Dan, John Mason, "W. .More, O. William. O Mltcholl, A. Clark. Souvgnlr, Frank Dan. Y. M. C. A. Cooper, Cortozlan, Nutshnw, McDanlcls, Hymo, Wallace, Beckers, Hnrtman, Larson, Newell. ttiNtgtifCtlllltil-flttttttittMitl.)a SPRING r t Footwear can be found at our parlors in such a great variety of good styles that they fit every accasion. GOPHER GUNS All iron, new and improved style. Price $1.75, Brass safety, $1: traps, 15; up. GARDEN'HOSE One-half and tliree-foii'ths. fifty feet lengths with coupling, P'ict $3.00 to $'"' -t-fiW feet. P jJK'fcOSbiS ill WAS ARRESTED FOR PASSING BAD CHECKS Frank Meyers, who Is accused of attempting to defraud the citizens of HoHeburg by telling them no was Intending to erect a $40,000 hotel and also saying ho had been nego tiating n deal with sevornl prominent business men up and down tho val ley, has been cnught at Slsson, Oil., and will be roturned to Hoaoburg to answer the charges placed against him. Meyers wns formerly a cook In one of the Salem restaurants and nfter forging sevcrnl checks In this city he left, nnd his arrest In Slsson Is the first the offlcora have heard from him since. Ills Inst offense wns to pass a bogus draft of tho Ladd & TUton bank of Portland on tho first National bank of Itoseburg. It Is probablo Moyora will also bo ro turned to this city to answer charges. -o Little attacks of Indigestion aro what bring on other ailments, such as acute Indigestion, chronic dys pepsia, nnd even more serious per mnnent Illness. Kodol Is guaran teed to give rellof. Try It today. Sold by all drugglstH. CHURCH SERVICES (Continued from Page 3.) SPENCER BARDWAI 100-74 Stale St. Phone 10 - Oce o C ncinnat w alihlaat o- If all ict medlrlw ada w.r mra M arr.ilti d to mrry her .- uudwuk-r, would ha . CMAitflur. wonm ha wheels K ' btUat- WalJy "abe 'u &' " , IJlTrni IbUitti CarUoua-d Ultib H . ., 4. . . - ...u,p;.a,; ' ' --J ; tke J'olo -.' i - " " attrition ild !' ' ' ' '" ' "" cttmula . - :" , " " . OttXfc!) v.. an "'" ' ' ' '" '" Vin oftrflna txiniy of ft v. k,i ...rv,ti. uita tp the .liii'S? )U iitt, The tauie oi4 athadato for M or"r to '"' '" ' ' P'" b,M lin ,v-.o, -;.-- -r Special Prices On l'Vi, -J !"! .-lid h i h ; :J I "1 H. '.- Tillson & Company ,,,..! .-grT'T-ilH . L'f.Kr!N3T!rCZSX2- 10 a. in. Preaching at 11 a. in. by the minister Thcme: "Tho Hodemp t'on of America." Christian Endeav or ut G:4D p. in. Mrs. L. F. Addlton, of lAntH, will speak at 7: 45. Theme: "Tho Country's Itoll Call of Progress and Reform." Tho music will bo fur nished the Cherry C'ty Choral Club, Strangorn and visitors cordially In vited and wclcomo. W. O. T. U. Mrs. L. K. Addlton will address the gospel tomporanco meeting Sunday -at i p. m. Sbo Is u good speakor. Br eryono como hear hor. tXtuigvllral Association. Corner of Bovcntoenth nnd Che nieknta streets. II C. Uaker. pastor. Sunday school at 10 a m. Morning sorvlco at 11 a. in. Kvenlng sorvlco at S p. in. Y. P. A. at 7 p. in. Prayer mooting Tim ruddy evening at S p. in I'nitcO Kvnngellnil. CuttngH gtreot, noar Contor. Preach ing at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sun day aekool at 10 a. m. K. h. O. K. at t'10 All ar wttWKniiH (1. I. IovoH. paM'r. I'lr. l'r-ili)teiiitn. Church at ret t oaar Chautnkata. Rfv Hnry T BabMk. pantor. Mom inr 'fryif n 1 1 a. ra. Preach' bk br th uaaior Them: "Jmhi Pins UHW' Thlnga." Quartet. "Tba Lonl I la Ur Rork." WooawaN. lolo ( ilsctad) ly Mr Bnacheu. Bvattlng rvlr- hi 7 10 . m Mm Hi Ib W. 'ntrk ttiia lottary amona the Makh JndiMb, ut ah Ua" Wa h.. will H-ak ubnf h-r work at N-h Hav 1 r aba kas be (or 1 i yaara, t " iBd Out Thy Light." (Joii- 1 io(. iM-fhra. "Flo war Bong." by , m.n, anil SrhHbart'a "Si-ranadp " 'HIHIU ., Jr. O K. at p mu. - (' t MSP.' PukHe eor- rtiali favtUi to aji Mrrtoaa Id tir Xnmm rpi'iat'HH. CotBr f Radn ' Avenuf nnd Knott i Ml Kck Tbb:uaaf PI u, i or , tiler rch ' i i I' . i '' him- - w ' i i i i e .iib i i 'Kt'.'-fiu. Cfciifl'lfiice in God" V g! k' 7 o'dork. mi ng - 4' 7 4.' . ii HttbjM-t i ttr Qu llun ' V '-M Metli.xt'M rtMUwl. VN 1! H.V..W HI rrh at ''.'' in .,!, I'r.-d.- tluailon h a Mlrm J'.. 1 2 ii, hi, p h4(-'' i " ,(i, in ib tt'r of tha riw.ii i .: I'l.,,.. Hti of On'a B-f " Bj,v .ut', l..ai ai . . P" ' Mandt-r l eSu.h d tractor p, .if Kohn', ., o';-jiiIkI rrdUI Ii J''i l l ' I J I t f la ! K ' ' Uu yon um- an nUfiii4-r In 'r4i ag ii, mill ik arrh' if mi yu Alii 'iTaei fc, . - i !. ntd f-- -i i! ' 'ii- ' Vl .r(J .irctlt ,-.n (. i . NEW ANKLE STRAPS AND OXFORDS FOR CHILDREN ALL CORRECT NEW SHOE STYLES APPEAR FIRST IN PRICES' SHOES TKKE SH0l7 w ut x ii2 State St. Xf Phone Leaders in Fine Footery t ,ai l.l4it(l8ligw4itltt4llit4tHtlief I84il4ilf HOW THE STORM HIT THE LAKES Dotrolt, Mlcr., May 1. Tho bargo (ieorgo Noster foundered wl)Lh eight men aboard during tho atorm on Uiko Suporlor yostorday. according to ndvloos recolved by tho adminis trator of tho Nestor estate here to day. A mi-ssago received from tho Nes tor's agents at Haraga, Mich., states: "Tho Schoolcraft arrlvod today. She reports that tho Nestor partod her towing lino off Huron Island yaa torday noon, and was driven on tho rocks. 8ho is u total loss. All on board wero drownod." Tho Schoolcraft was a steam bargo which was towing the Noster. Itatuvla Huff. Tntvers City, Mich. May 1. Tho Iron lighter Hatavla, from Husiall, thought to havo foundered In the storm, wns roscucd 'today by a ferry boat off Fox Island. No word of tho crew of IS men has boon received. U . . . . ' ,." I B. H.I. -". ... 1.1 ..U..IJ. ....... . . ... .. 1 ... . riilPMMn for frM trial I . . .."........ tniuirn ;i. h mi umikkIhIh 7 r.o i ... " linn iprnyiiiK iiiim' '! uiainii rt'iii'i in ii. DoWltt's Kldimy and Illadder Pi. .a quickly rollove bacliMcha. wank Itack nalria In the grolu. rhaiiHia- tlaiH. me. Hwnd your name to B C Da WPt Co box Hold by all drusgiaU Uke bad painting, many laws are not wirih franiNK liHMiiliuru miui lialnfet. Uciablag. (iMi! heavy teeliug aad anek tklnga all i-auMd b mdisaatloti ICo do) to them b dlgHMtlng all tha food miu fsi Hold b) ail drug-?bjM. Play Ball! Now is the time to get your outfit. We have a fine line of Uniforms, Bats, Balls, Gloves, Masks, Mitts and Shoes. CALL AND LET US SHOW YOU. 9fauA4kcd Blyc,es Repaired WJ:ITXm.T.Tf1ZMHWMM:I Crwn ll.ilin hIiI.Ii ! fuiiiiiua ami fiiiioH tho henidd n..niIHve air i.sss Including liv v. flint ilnhh uf H,,r( roH . 6 WaiM-n Hi N. Yorji The Grand FURNISHED ROOMS::::: ... u 1. -. .A... .St... i miDivi'u iim- iun. a I h liiuue. May I Offklal aa-T ajnuar. i.H-if wail' io4ay !fAJVi mw i,. ii . ih. thioac of mgftf 'J bn uml Jhiu ruia Sfjw , i. u ti. i,ii ,, rh. nnMo0r! it i -.'h' i ii .I lllf.l Nil inlU U ri')?l04 to ' ( MiMk in.rdi from boat taMxIlas I .rg. Ktili la i'.i. iil..., r.i, w t it lli itmm ThlttWNMAff)NASI.I-: -'TIk It !- id, i rur.itl . iritt- l!h )! M.i i.l i. 1 Bluld-i Pilin .!.-,; .1 v j In 'iiilia i ii.olk' .. .on rvWiUn Hritd your; i iiii m K l.WIii 6. ''.. Chlci- go for a frr irlul U.'S bold ty nil - ., - - ik ii, u hIkiwb mo I am rnig" rn'1- a Hd- In Alfred Ana- r ! , in it takea "wlae tin- t' inak otiic poul under- aOd ., , - . lkya Will Uf Han't i. ,! tlny atil'tK (fit1 h" ui riiili liruif i un! 'utrii ,1 MMlili t'oll !' ui h 'hll-. i. uiu ii'hui - iiii ir '.j ii (,,,! . H. ll -' llill I '.' -ordlas o illr ft '&k ' v .""1 It will retl.-v.- hr aln Ht4 Im.I '.' trouble f'tn ZU io and ?I ' Bold -M I-anri Koyal ll4tanMUit tw cwmhwiioti (e-rt-f-r-fO-f Q4-(c-Ki'Hl-1-9n4R evt aniaifltfltBifti.aj.aiauitti, i BAYV8EW Rooming House Oi.. uuti out half blucka ouil. o ( latMit liudmc on Main mum.i u i f 9 MRS. O.C.fARTCI?, Prop. ; nkwi'okt oiub ;; 9V9-9-t'W-t94HiimiWi'HK' '- :4--fOa'f-H'f-n-.-H.t HKWPIMIT HM1 UoiiHM. Wa tuaaufai tun l rurr 4 'iinlrU tin. I it i foHhiaJh ayrapa and oihar al- pU'Hi lliilli ll . I . Im and laitmt in. in i aliiat mid war kooU. .... uuwu 4ni uaod for Ihulr purity, whiid J iuttk) thuni a irliu i.ivniii. Wa ar lit a puaition u .uply thtH Md In any muintltlt-a 7 to thr rad ami (rum aiilM aat '& Uf ut luu IMItlilNt. X (i(MII(. Pr f4&4H-9&Wr , MHI-f fit) 3Irs. A. D. Sliolleuburg jj hmw I. Orryuii ! ' i H-tlSHIHlttliH. HofldquarUft . for l BERBY CRATES SOXES Capita! Commission Co. atiT h. roin'l hi I'liHiie 7U