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OiWaOMi THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1M. THE GREAT JUNE WHITE SALE Is now in progress. Anticipate your needs and take advantage of the phenorainal value giving. The price on all white merchandise is reduced Linen Suits... In blue, pink, whlto, green, etc. The buying of theso popular suits has been on In earnest In our Btqro, but wo still havs tho correct styles and all of tho latest suit IdeaB for you to cliooso from. Tho prlco of tho whlto suits Is reduced. Notice of Intention to Improve a Por tion of Broadway Street. SaaV r - TWB Notlco Is heroby given that tho common council of tho city of Salem dooms It expedient to lmprovo and proposes to Improve at tho oxponso of abutting nnd ndjacont proporty, Broadway atreot In tho city of Sa lem, Orogon, from tho north lino of tho brldgo ovor North Mill crook on snld Broadway streot to tho north lino of Madison street, by grading tho roadway of Eald portion of said street and by placing thereon gravel nnd crushed rock and rolling tho enmo with a stoam rollor; nil to bo done In ncoordanco with tho plans nnd specifications adopted by tho common council on tho Sth day of Juno, 1909. nnd now on fllo In tho offlco of tho city recordor, nnd by doing nil things required In said plans nnd specifications, which show an oa tlmnto of tho cost of snld Improve ment and nro horeby referred to and - made a part of this notlco. KomonBtrnncoB may bo filed In tho mnnnor and within tho tlmo provid ed by law. Dato of tho flrsUpubllontlon of this notlco Juno 9, 1909. By ordor of the common council. W. A. MOOitES, C-9-llt Recorder. Nervous People And those afflicted with heart weataess mnv nikw hnra uo foar of the dental coair. bWd viutVus iianlby bays: 1 hid 10 teeth extracted at the Harvard Pentlsts' without the least pain, and highly recommend tbem. MP.B. HANLEV, Freemont Station. Whalebone Plate $10 set known : iloea not cover the roof o( tna mouth" bite corn off tue cob; guaranteed $1000VE CHALT.ENGn TUB WOPXD. We will forfeit $1000 to any cbarltaU' Institution for the dentist whe .can make plate for 116 as good as we make for iu. lO Year Guarantee Gold Crown. etr heavy. ...... f;99 I'ull Het Teeth (wbalebone 8. 8. VV.)..S.oo Bridge Work, per tooth, beat KoW""f?-gX White Crowns ... jyCJ Teeth Ite-enameled itaa Oo.u Filling Jooo And not exceeding Jr) Heat Silver Fillings "gS Platinum Fillings fA'so Teeth Cleaned A-'oir'S TEHTU BXTRA.OVBD WITUOVT iU.V Pre" When Other Work t Ordered By our new system of painless dentUtry. used by us alone. Our success Is due to the high-grade work done by our expert, gentle manly operators. Harvard Paiiless Dentists Comer Park and Washington Sts,' Over Royal -Bakery, Portland. Or. Orgeat and- bes t equipped Dental estab- tUbment In the world; 20 tf a to "ft.1? f. States. Open Sunday, 9 to"L Daily wtu B. High Time to Buy a Sunshade or Parasol Thcso brlg..t days cnuso n para sol to bo nn absolute necessity. Purchase now while wo can show you any shade to match your gown. With oT without borders. Natural wood handles. Extremely pretty and attractive- Extra Special... On now Dress Goods SO PER CENT REDUCTION, on a hand som'o assortment of new dress goods In checks nnd plain colors. An over-buy on our pnrt places nt your disposal thcso new goods nt theso greatly reduced prices. Re member. ONE-FIFTH OFF. Administrator Notice of Appoint ment. Notice Is hereby given to nil whom It may concern that tho undersigned has bcon duly nppolntod ns adminis trator, with tho will nnnoxed, of tho ostato of Thomas David, docoased, by tho county court of Marlon county, Oregon. All persons Indebted to snld ostato aro hereby notified to mnUo Immediate payment to the tunder signed, nnd nil persons having claims ngatnst said ostato aro hereby noti fied to present tho same to the tin signed nt tho law ofllco of V. M. Kaiser and M. E. Poguo, In Snlom. Oregon, duly verified, within six month from tho date of tho first publication of this notice. Dated at Salem, Oregon, this 12th day of June, 1909. J. L. BULLOCK, Administrator with tho Will Annexed of tho Estate of Thomas David, Decoaicd. C-17-5tw Bids for Furnishing Suppllen for tho State Institution for lelilo Minded. Sealed proposals will bo received, and nro hereby Invited, for furnish ing tho State Institution for Feeble Mindod with supplies for the six (C) months ending Docember 31, 1909. List- of tho required goods will be furnished upon application to tho superintendent of tho Institution. All bids chould be soalod and marked on tho outsldo of the envelope "Bids for Supplies for tho Stato Institution for Feoblo Minded," and nddrewed to the undersigned. The bids will be opened In tho executive chambers, Snlom, Oregon, on Tuesday. July C, 1909, at 10 a. tn.. and tho Board of Trustees reserves tho right to reject any and all bids. All goods must bo In strict accordance with the samples nud In original packages when pos sible. Goods mus.t be delivered at tho State Institution for Feeble Minded. Dated Salem. Oregon, this 10th day of June, f9O0. II. E. BICKERS, 6-18-to 7-5d Superintendent. o Proposals for Armory and Brill Hall. Sealed proposals, plainly marked on tho outside of tho sealed envelope, "Proposals for Armory nnd Drill Hnli Building, Oregon Agricultural Col lege. Corvallls. Or.," and addressed to the secretary of the board of re gents, E. E. Wilson, at the college office, until 2 o'clock P. M. of June 23, 1909, for the construction and completion of a brick and concrete armory and drill hall building, at Corvallls, Or.. In strict accordance with tho plans, specifications and ln ot.iii.iliiii tn bidders which may bo examjned 4it tn onice ot the fecre--tary of the college, and at the offce of tho" architects. Bonnes & f Hen dricks, 67 Labbe building, Portland. , Oregon. 6-12-2-d REVIVAL MEETINGS STILL ON The union revival meetings still continue with great Interest. Tho street meeting Inst night wns of spe cial Interest. The man who was to Bpeak on the benefits of drinking liquors could not glvo any reasons, but nuused tho evnngellsts ana said they would land In tho nsylum. Dr. Mclnturff nnd Dr. Comer spoko with great power to n largo crowd. After they had gone tho saloon pcoplo enmo out nnd gavo tho follow a hard rnklng over lor abusing tho ovange llsts. Dr. Mclnturff's subject last night wns "Love One Another as I Have Loved You." Ho said thero Is always a Jutlns In every meeting. Christ was bravo. Socrates died li..e n philosopher, but Jesus died like n god." ' "Tho religion of today is too slow." said the speaker. "A mnn is sont to n theological cemetery for a num ber of years and .ncn ho la dead when ho gets out. ' When I was a boy a mnn wns converted In tho morning, licensed in the afternoon nnd hold tho first meeting on his circuit nt night." "Recoglze tho fact that tho world la lost and do your best to snvo ovory bbdy." ''Stephen Merrltt onco Invited n lot of tram pa to n chlckon dinner In Now York. When It was ovor they 'filled his hnt with soup nnd chlckon bones. no wns scared nnd wns going homo, but they held tho wheels of tho enr rlage and told him that n mnn who would not got mnd wth thorn must ue a Christian. Ho wns nsked to nrnv ojid 19 of them were saved that night." "Tho gospol of Jesus is good nows tq every man." This paper does not want to have its presses disinfected so tho details of the Gould trial aro excluded. Get your ads ready for tho Satur day Journal. It will bo n splendid paper to send to onstorn people. "A Nigger Full on Shnnlko Boozo" Is a hard hand to beat. nitiniiminnm i Choice Lots i Have a few vory choice' build ing lots, close in, nt n bargain. On Installment, rcnsounblo pay ments. Also, lot with houso, barn, woodshed, flno well, otc, nt n very low prlco to movo. Will sell on Installment plnn. I D. A. White f 255 X Commercial St , Salem i mii una iit These are the machines that the largest business of the world has grown from. Why they superseded all others was because they were better than any other and are kept that way. 'agsaii?;rv -i. Ln-a.s.w A FULL SUPPLY AT Manning's Implement House CORNER STATE AND FRONT STREETS, SAjEJf.pJFGON FASHION GOSSIP FROM NEW YORK Artistic Picture lints Fast Rcplnclng the Absurd SliupeH Bronze Shoes the Latest Fad New Princess Ef fects. Ladles who have become Intensely weary of tho latest Paris fashion ab surdities in tho way of hats such as tho ubiquitous peach basket shape which Is really becoming to nobody, will welcome with a sigh of relief the vory latest millinery fad In tho all black hnt which It has been found harmonizes beautifully with tho fash ionable shades for frocks, particular ly tho popular rose colored gowns. Bronze Slippers Fnshlonnble. Bronze shoes, slippers nnd ties are tho newest thing In footwear invent ed by Fashion, If that can bo called now which Is, after nil, but n revivnl of an old style. Tho bronzo kid np poars In many forms, pumps with jaunty ribbon bows, strap slippers, high button boots nnd low cut tics. This now kind of footwear can bo used for many purposes, but is In tended primarily for dressy wear. Colour Do lto.o. Itoso color Is having n tremendous popularity this summer, appearing as it docs not only In dresses, coats and wraps, but nlso In millinery, pnrasols, veils, purses and other accessories. In millinery especially rose color Is all tho rage. Roso pink straw is trimmed with flowers nnd ribbons of exactly tho samo shnde, nnd both whlto nnd black straws aro also trimmed with this popular color. Elaborate displays of leather goods In tho new pastel shades have lately attracted especial attention in the Now York shops, nnd hero too rose color has taken precedence. New IdcnN In Frockx. All tho latest models In pongee or llnon gowns show effective variations of tho now long waist line. This Is seen not only In princess dresses, hut also In coat suits, tho skirts of tho lattor being cut with n deep hip yoke, bolow which tho mnterlal Is box-pleated or set on in circular stylo. Tho newest princess frocks hnvo n fitted cuirass effect, extending well bolow tho hips, nnd bolow this nro box-plents or n gathered flounce effect. The Indispensable Brassiere. Tho brnsslero Is no was lndlapcn snblo ns hor corset to ovcry woman who pays any attention to tho fit of hor gowns. A properly made brns sloro holds nnd moulds tho figure nbovo the corset, bearing nil the strain which othorwlso stretches and wenrs tho dress waist, and also pre venting tho ugly lino at tho top of tho corset which often shows so dis tressingly across tho back of the bo dlco. A now stylo brnsslero that closes In front has tlirco small cross bones nt tho side of the bust which prevent tho flguro from spreading nnd secure tho fnahlonnblo trlmncss of line. In tho buck closing, surplleu brnsslero, thero Is n new model, mado with a reinforcing shield umlor tho arm which holps both tho shape and year of tho garment. Both nro mndo by tho Dobervolso Co. nnd.cnn bo found nt most corset departments In the nest Btores. Lovely Hummer Froekn. A very pretty, but by no menna oxpenslvo, summer frock Is made of roso colored linen, or ono of tho heavy cotton fabrics closely Imitating llnon. It Is cut with tho front pnnol oxtondlng down to tho feot in prin cess stylo, but tho sldo panels nro cut off about half way bolow the hlpB and lengthened by n deep side plontlng of tho mnterlal that ex 'OIJMICK tends from each sldo of tho front panel around to tho back. Tho neck Is cut out in a small squaro to dis play a lace guimpo. A touch of braiding in pink soutncho outlines tho squaro neck, trims tno sleeves noovo long Inco cuffs and heads tho pleated flounco effect. Variety of Styles. An immense variety of materials aro uBcd for Bummor frocks. Pongoo fs enormously populnr, so nlso is llnon, batiste, MarquiBotto, cotton voile, chambray and that oxtremoly, useful fabric, foulard. Tho revival' of foulard comes as a boon to womnn kind. It Is used for everything from' plain morning frocks to olnbornto af ternoon gowns and In light shades even for dancing dresses. ARI0N CONCERT WAS A ROUSING SUCCESS A largo audience grootod tho first appearanco of tho Portland Arlon German Singing Society at tho Grand opera houso last night. Thoro woro continuous calls for onooros. The special train on tho Oregon Electric was a half hour lato, but tho pro gram wob all tho moro enjoyed for tho wait. Mora extended notico In tho Saturday Journal, as many at tho Gorman peoplo wish to sond pa pers to tholr frlonds in tho East Tho visitors woro dollghted at tho treat ment received. o Tho Bis nead Is of two kinds conceit and tho big head that cumes from a sick head ache Docs your head ovor fooy like a gourd and your brain fool loose and soro? You can euro it ia no time by acting on your Hvor with Bl- lard's Horbino. Isn't It worth try ing for tho absoluto and cortaln re lief you'll got? Sold by all drug gists. o Election of School Director Somo ono asks tho question over tho phone: "Who olcctB tho school board nnd what aro they elected for?" Tho qualifications of a voter at school election nro, that tho voter's namo must bo on tho assessment roll or olso ho. or sho must own stock In n corporation that Is on tho assess ment roll, 6r bo at tho hoad of n family, having chlldron of school ago. In this case tho law supposes tho man to be tho head of tho family, but If thoro Is no fnthor,- tho mothor can vote. Tho directors hnvo chnrgo of tho school proporty of tho district, I mnnago its nitnirs, niro us toncuorn, take whntovcr nbuso Is naturally com ing to them as good nuturcdly ns pos sible, nnd perform such other stunts ns tho vagaries of an uncertnln gang ot constituents or uuiorcsoon exigen cies compel thorn to. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE ml fraa. Oldait aaancr foricuifn pat 1'atanl taaan turouih Wunii A Cv. 1 a nt a. unii X C. racatrs trttUl ntlut, without ciiarga, in tn ia Sckntific Afflerkatn Abndomlf lllalrlxl WMllr. Treit rtr. eolation uf an? ecltnlllta Journal Tariut, (3 a rear I four niontui, II. eoia Dfall nawKiaaiera, MUNN&C0 3'2rw,!.,,New lltaocb Offlca. (36 Y BU Wahlnlon, iWI Mill-all ' f Ft!" " COPVRIQHTB AC Anront ndlnc a (ketch and description mar qulcklr atoartaln our opinion fraa whalhar an Intention tiprobablrpalanlabla, Coiiiniunlw. tlnn..l.lAll.Mnfli.aiill.l IfflMnftnflK ml I'AfMllfa aaMaaaaHMMBHHMHaaaaaaaBaaaBnManBiHBHaMBi wmf IjuKsmI 7"i vWi wifVlfeJ K3if" t5ffiPi"H. k i JET"'! lJaLLHBolHlLHI WOMAN TRIED 11 TODAY - Tho case of tho city of Salem against liatClo McGlnnls, Roso Lo lnnd, Emma "JhomnB nnd Julia Down ing was Introduced in tho city ro cordor'B court this morning beforo Judgo Wiley A. Moores nnd a der murrer to tho complaint wns nrguou by attorneys for tho defondanta, Kni- sor & Poguo and Carson & Brown, and City Attornoy Koyos nnti Assist ant City Attornoy Holtzol for tho city. After nu oxtonslvo argument by counsol for tho dofondnnts on tho domurror on tho groundB thoro wns not sufficient cnuso contained in tho complaint to constltuto a causo of notion nnd tho citation by nttornoya for both dofondnnts and plaintiffs of numorous authorities, Judge Moorca overruled tho domurror nnd tho enso was continued until 2 o'clock thla afternoon. . Boforo tho domurror wns nrgucd, tho respective attorneys mado a verbal agroomont that hut ono caso would bo tried, that being tho chnrgo ot vagrancy against Emma Thomas, and tho ramnlndor of tho cases should nblilo by tho doclslon of tho courts rondorcd In tho Thomns enso. Thla wns dono to oxpodlto matters, and owing to tho four cases being iden tical. According to tho arguments of tho nttornoyq for tho city, any individual entering a houso of Ill-fame moro than ono Unto, whether or not ho bo possessed of millions, can bo charged as a common vagrant undor thq or dinance Tho arguments of Attor neys' Kaiser. & Poguo and Carson to tho domurror woro in substanco as follews: . t, y That th'a uofondants ennnot bo ac cused of Vagrancy when thoy nro proporty c-Ntonro, residents of Snlom nnd pay taxes. Tho complaint does not show causo sufficient toj 'constitute n crimo for tho renson (horolB nothing to show that tho dofondnnts nro unnblo to udduco somo employment for earn ing n livelihood. In connection with tho nbovo points counsol for tho dofondants cltod de cisions ot tho higher courts whoroby ravorsnls had boon rondorcd in cases In which dlroct' ovldouco to show n poBltlvo commission of crime was ab sont. In answer to tho nrgumont by tho defendant's counsol, City Attornoy Koys nnd Assistant Holtzol quoted tho ordinance upon which tho chnrgo Is brought. Tho ordinance now In effect In this city providing for vag rancy tends to show that should any person live In, froquont or Inhabit n houso of. lll.fumo, tippling houso or houses, bawdy houso or, houses, in any continuous manner, is guilty ot vag rancy, Tho ordlnnnco in effect cov ering tho Banro crlmo herotoforo wns then referred to by City Attornoy Koyes, This wns tn tho enso of City vs. Nichols, whoro Nichols wna con vlctod ot vagrancy antl tho enso wns carried to tho supremo court, whoro It wns nffirmed. Tho ordlnnnco cov ering vngrnncy nt that tlmo was read by counsol for tho city nnd tho word ing wns nearly tho samo with tho exception of tho words "housos." Try n Journal CluBslflcd Ad.