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SAXLT CAPITAL JOTTXSaX 8ALEM, OiEOOH, THDlflDAT, MAT 16, ISIS.
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AT PORTLAND SHOW
Is Pure White Mildred Grant Variety
( and Measures 27 Inches In
Circumference.
(UNITED runs UMBI9 WIM.l
Oakland, C'aJ.,' May 15. Rivalling in
beauty and size the Frank Havens roue
of Portland fame a year ago, the larg
est rose in tko United State, grown
burs by A. A. Baxter will be taken to
Portland for the Kose carnival by Cus
todian .Nichols of the Oakland chamber
oi commerce.
The rose, puro white and of the Mil
dred Grant variety, measures nine inch
es in diameter and 27 inches in cir
cumference. H will undergo a chemical
process at Nichols hands which will pre
serve it for 20 years or more.
8T. LOUIS TO HAVE
A VICE INVESTIGATION
St. Louis, May 15. With sensational
testimony rivalling that which attend
ed the Illinois vice commission bearing,
eipeeted, the wage commission, created
by the Missouri legislature to investi
gate wage, working conditions and
j $2.80' I
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fiikots on salo May 16 and IT,
return limit May 10. Special
train for Commonwealth Buy
Snturdnr, May 17, will leave Pa-
lem 9 a. m., arrive Eugene 11 '.
a. m., leave Eugene 7:H0 p. m.,
srrivo Palem 0:45 p. m.
This train will carry delegates "
of the Oregon Society of En- "
giuiH'ra, Federation of Wouieu's
Clubs and other civic organizu
tions from Portland, Salem and
other points.
Tickets are good on regular T
Oregon Eleetrio Railway trains. I
Iietails will be supplied on ro
il nest.
C. E. ALBIN,
General Agent, f
twit:
Scene from tha picture beautiful, "Pilgrim's Progress," Grand Opera
House, Saturday, Hay 17, Matinee and Evening.
living conditions in the state met to
day at the call of Chairman Michael
J. Kenney to outline its program.
Chairman Kinney said the commission
would begin to hear witnesses within
the next few days. Factory and de
partmtnt store owners and managers
heads of departments in atl kinds of
industrial establishments and employees
at all such places will be heard. The
rommission has been particularly in
terested in securing hundreds of girls
who are employed in all kinds of es
tablishments as witnesses. The pre
liminary proceedings have been kept
secret, but from time to time there
haao leaked out rumors to the effect
that some of the testimony of the girls
will be of a startling nature.
JAPAN IS TAKING
THE SENSIBLE COTJBSE
Tokio, May 15. That a "friendly
and permanent solution of the difficul
ty with Cslifornia," is expected is a
semi official and inspired statement
which was issued here today through
the foreign office. It is said that ne
gotiations with America were "pro
gressing satisfactorily."
The conservative forces of Japan do
not expect any serious trouble as a re
sult of the passage of the California
anti-alien land law. Both the govern
ment and the newspapers are ignoring
the anti-American agitation, for which
they blame irresponsible persons whose
influence is not great.
Discuss the Hague
Mohonk Lake, X. T., May 15. The
third Hague conference and its impor
tance to the world was the topic un
der discussion today at the third and
fourth sessions of the nineteeth annual
hake Mohonk conference on Inter
national Arbitration. Today's speak
ers II'. Paul 8. Keinsch, of t lie Univer
sity of Wisconsin; Dean William Perry
Rogers of the Cincinnati Law School;
.Inekson II. Ralston, of Washington, D.
C; Br. Amos S. Hershey, of Indiana
University; Widiiiain B. Hornblower,
of New Vork, and Edwin I). 'Mend, of
Boston.
PORTLAND OWNED
VESSEL IS ASHOBE
Portland, Ore., May 15. Ashore al
most iu Bight of her destination is
tho fate of the American schooner
Ooorgo E. Billings, according to a re
port received today by the Merchants'
Exchange. She stranded in Botany
Bay, just south of Sydney, Australia,
according to the report, which Btated
that the boat was in an easy position.
Tho Billings sailed fsom the Colum
bia river March 11 for Sydney with a
cargo of about a million and a half feet
of lumber.
Grand Opera House '
Saturday, May 17
MATINEE AND EVENING
The World's Best Pictures
JOHN BUNYAN'S
"PILGRIM'S PROGRESS"
Made amidst tho magnificont
scenery at Torino, Italy, with
Alexandra Sulviui as Christian;
Jefferson Penrose, lecturer;
Francis Phillips at piano and
organ and Ana Calveri, the em
inent dramatic soprano, will ap
jH'ar in concert beforo and af
ter tho production, also render
ing tho beautiful solos during
the Pilgrim's Progress.
Prices: Kveuing, 5o. and 50e.
Matinee, all seats children
15c,
Huie Wing Sang Co.
All good must be sold in 30 dayi, to pay for due bills.
Big stock dry goods and fancy good.
We have made up all kinds of Wrappers, Kimonos, Waists, Whito
Underwear and all kinds of Silk Goods, House Dresses, Men's and Chil
dren's Suits, Pants and Overalls, Ladies' and dents' Underwear. All
kinds of overshirta, and all colors of Sweaters, Shoes, Ladies'
and Olrls Fancy DroMos, Fancy Neckwear, Indies' and Gouts' Hoae,
Embroidery, Iaco, Silk Scarfs, Chinaware, Matting, etc.
AH goods on sale at cost for 20 days.'
325;N. Com,l,St. Salem, Ore.
Bechtel & Bynon's
Bargains
SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
(2250 will buy a fine new bnngalow,
close to car line, school, graded street,
large lot, only (250 down, balance on
easy monthly payments to suit. Don't
pay rent when you ean get a home on
such easy payments.
(75 FEB ACRE.
48 acres of fine land, all under cul
tivation, only (75 per aere, 1 miles
from Oregon Electric station, in San
tiam bottom. See Mr. Brnnner or Mr.
Pettyjohn.
(250 will take a large lot just one
block from the fair grounds car line and
only eight minutes from State street.
Terms to suit. See Mr. Bynon.
(100 an acre will buy 65-acre farm
in the best part of the Howell Prairie
district. Terms to suit. See Mr, Bech
tel. Fourteen acres near Turner fine, rich
bottom land, no gravel. No. 1 loganber
ry land. (1400. See Pettyjohn or
Brunner.
160 acre dairy ranch, 3-4 mile to
cheese factory, one-half mile to store
and P. O.; 2 springs, running water,
house and barn. Will trade for city
property up to (2200. Price for farm,
(2800. See Mr. Scott.
10 ACRES IMPROVED.
We have just listed one of the most
highly improved 10-acre places in the
county; l'i acres full bearing walnut,
2 acres assorted berries, lVi acres
choice assorted fruit; good house, barn,
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well, partly planted to corn and pota
toes; small amount of pasture and
enough wood for fuel. This place can
be had for (0250; easy terms. Close to
Salem. See Mr. Scott.
Five-room bungalow, one-half block
from paved street; easy terms. Price
(1500. Will take lot as part payment.
See Mr. Scott.
We havo just a few days in which to
sell one of the best pioces of suburban
property around Salem; about 45 acres
all under cultivation except about 8
acres; land lies fine to subdivide; im
provements are first-class; house 7
rooms, with full cement basement, bath,
toilet, hot and cold water, furnace, well
house, pump, gasoline engine, high pros
sure water tank, large two-story barn,
good fences, excellent soil. This is the
best bargain on our books. Price is
only (12,500. Come in and see Mr. Scott
about this.
(1523 will buy a good bungalow, just
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completed, in a good district; (500
down; balance easy payments. See Mr.
Brunner.
Suppose your property should burn
tonight. Insure with Mr. Dyer, with
Bechtel 4 Bynon.
(3000 will buy a beautiful new bun
galow, with all improvements, electric
fixtures, full plumbing, basement,
sleeping porch; fine lot. Ask for By
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BECHTEL & BYNON,
rhoue 452. 347 State Street.
Liberty and Pringle Notes.
Mrs. Myrtle Summers visited the
neighborhood Tuesday.
Mr. Frank Timmerman visited Salem
Sunday.
Mrs. Fish made a visit to Salem
Tuesday.
Roy Phillips made a trip to this
neighborhood Tuesday.
Ray Gilinoro, of Liberty, visited Sa
lem Monday.
Mrs. Tabry and Mrs. Gurgurrioh
visited Salem Monday.
Mr. Fish visited Salem Monday.
Mr. ('rum is working for Mr. Wain.
Ceorgo Wilkening has been working
for Mr. Hiekok, of Sunnyside.
Mr. Crozier, of Sunnyside, visited Sa
il m Tuesday.
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen's Foot Ease, the antiseptic pow
der. It relieves paiuful, smarting,
tender, nervous feet, and instantly
takes the sting out of corns and bun
ions. It's the greatest comfort discov
ery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease
makes tight or new shoes feel easy. H
is a certain relief for sweating, callous,
swollen, tired, aching feet. Always use
it to break in new shoes. Try it to
day. Sold everywhere, 25 cents. Don't
accept any substitute. For FREE
trial package address Allen S. Olm
sted, U Roy, J. Y.
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Wednesday
at 8:00 p. n.
May
21
Charles Frohman presents
Maude Adams
In her most famous suc
cess.
"Peter Pan"
By J. M. Barrie, author of
"The Little Minister."
Seats on sale Saturday at
9 a. m.
Prices $2.00, $1.50 $1.00.
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GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE
OF THE HINGES JEWELRY STOCK STILL GOING ON
Money must be raised, and I am disregarding all former retail prices and wholesale cost
I have cut and slashed. every piece of merchandise in the store, from the largest diamond to the smallest collar but
ton. The cut price is plainly marked in blue pencil on every article, thus allowing you to compare both the form
er price with the cut price.
This is positively the greatest opportunity every offered to the public of Salem and vicinity. The chance of a lifetime
to secure Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Clocks, etc., at less than wholesale. I am quoting a few prices
below, which will give some idea of the reductions that have been made.
DIAMONDS
All diamonds are exception- f
ally fine brilliant gems and
mounted in solid gold. X
$550 ring, 2 7-8 karat $375.00
$185 ring $125.00 t
$165 ring $92.00 X
$150 ring $73.00 J
$83 ring $53.00
$75 ring $41.00
$35 ring $20.00 I
$16.50 ring $10.00 f
$65 ear screws $36.00
$35 ear screws $15.90
$25 ear screws $13.74
$47.50 necklace $24.00
$55 tie pin $32.10
$21 tie pin $11.10
$18 tie pin $9.80
$14 tie pin $7.38
$85 brooch, sunburst ....$48.00
$55 brooch, diamond set $32.98
$50 brooch, diamond set $24.62
$35 brooch, diamond set $18.74
$30 brooch, diamond set $16.24
$30 brooch, diamond set $15.05
$17.50 brooch, diamond set
$9.05
$15.00 ' brooch, diamond set
$8.48
$75 ladies' watch, 14-k gold,
diamond set $39.40
$75 ladies' watch, 14-k gold,
diamond set $38.40
$40 ladies' watch, 14-k gold,
diamond set $20.90
CUT GLASS
$2.25 cut glass nappy ....$1.19
$2.75 cut glass nappy ....$1.49
$6.00 cut glass set, 6 tum
blers :....$3.49
$10.00 cut glass pitcher $5.85
$20.00 cut glass bowl ....$13.60
$16.00 cut glass bowl ....$9.80
$17.50 cut glass bowl ....$9.80
$11.00 cut glass bowl ....$6.90
$65.00 cut glass punch bowl
$28.49
$6.00 cut glass cream and su
gar $1.88
$6.50 cut glass cream and su
gar $3.49
$7.00 cut glass cream and su
gar $3.74
$7.00 cut glass cream and su
gar $4.10
$15.00 cut glass cream and su
gar $8.10
$18.00 cut glass vase ....$9.80
$15.00 cut glass vase ....$8.90
$8.50 cut glass vase $4.38
$18.00 cut glass sandwich
plate $10.90
$15.00 cut glass sandwich
plate $3.90
$6.00 cut glass vinegar cruet
$3.90
$5.00 cut glass vinegar cruet
$2.65
The cut glass stock consists
entirely of Hawkes, Sinclair
and Dorflinger makes, consid
ered the finest on earth.
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REMEMBER THE
BUY YOUR JUNE WEDDING
8:30 A. M. to 6:00 P. M. Saturdays, 8:30 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
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The quality of this stock is too well known to require comment. Every article in the store was bought for th
best retail trade, and will be strictly guaranteed. Positively no goods have been substituted in the sale.
A magnificent gold watch, ladies' size, fitted with Waltham movement, will be given awav FRFF catiid
DAY EVENING AT 9 p. m. A free coupon given away free with each purchase. aA1UK"
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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Mr. Hinges is not quitting business, but will continue as before at conclusion of this sale.
Stock of C. H. Hinges
By Order
QUOTATIONS
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JEWELRY
Latest blue bird pins, all
sizes 24c
$1.25 sleeve buttons, gold
filled 35c
$3.50 sleeve buttons, solid
gold $1.90
$2.00 tie pins, solid gold, ruby
set 63c
75c beauty pins 19c
$1.50 beauty pins, set 3.. ..67c
$6.00 fobs, gents', gold
filled $2.63
$2.50 fobs, ladies', gold
filled $1,23
$4.00 vest chains, gents', gold
filled $1.10
$5.00 lorgnettes, for ladies,
gold filled $1.69
$3.00 lockets, gold filled $1.56
$2.50 necklaces, gold filled 88c
$1.75 gold emblem pins' all
orders 49c
$8.50 bracelets,, gold fill
ed $3.74
$3.50 bracelets, gold filled,
misses' $1.62
$4.50 bracelets, Carmen ad
justable $2.47
$1.25 tie clasps, gold filled 67c
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SILVERWARE
$1.25 child's set, knife, fork
and spoon 24c
$2.50 child's set, knife, fork
spoon, cup, napkin ring 72c
$1.75 set, 6 teaspoons, Com
munity silver 67c
$2.75 set 6 dessert spoons,
Community silver $1.24
$2.50 pie knives, Rogers' silv
er $1.07
$2.25 berry spoons, Rogers'
... silver 72c
$1.50 cold meat forks, Rogers'
silver 62c
$2.75 set 6 fruit knives, Rop
ers' $1.67
$15 set 26 pieces, Rogers'
silver, consisting of 6 knives,
6 forks, 6 tablespoons, 6
teaspoons, 1 butter knife and
sugar shell and chest $5.75
$18.00 same, Community silv
er $6.90
$2.50 same, American Silver
Co $9.70
$20.00 quadruple plated tea
set, tea pot, sugar bowl,
creamer and sugar ....$6.75
$16.00 comb, brush and mirror
set $8.00
$5 sterling silver teaspoons,
set 6 $3.50
$13 sterling silver soup spoons,
set 6 $8.85
$9.50 sterling silver butter
spreaders, set 6 $5.98
$2.50 sterling silver butter
knife $1.49
$2.25 sterling silver sugar
spoon $1.34
$4.75 sterling silver sugar
spoon $2.38
$1.25 sterling silver berry
spoon 79c
$3.50 sterling silver baby
spoon $1.90
SALE WILL LAST BUT A SHORT TIME
AND GRADUATION GIFTS
SALE HOURS
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WATCHES
All watches are warranted
new, latest models and perfect
timekeepers.
$3 watch, boys' special $1.20
$5 watch, boys' special $3.49
$10 watch, best workingman's
watch made, 15 jewel
Waltham, nickel case $5.75
$15 watch, 15 jewel Waltham
and gold filled case ....$7.10
$30 watch, 17 jewel Hamilton
and 20-year case $15.65
$45 watch, 21 jewel Waltham
and 20-year case 24.90
$40 watch, 21 jewel Duber and
20-year case $19.00
$30 watch, 17 jewel, adj., P. S.
Bartlett, 20-year case $14.98
$20 watch, 17 jewel Waltham,
in gold filled case $8.90
$18 watch, 17 jewel Duber, in
gold filled case $7.90
$27.50 watch, 16's thin model,
17 jewel Duber $13.90
$22.50 watch, thinest watch in
the world, with Elgin move
ment and 20-yr case $11.49
$45 watch, ladies, 14-k solid
gold and Elgin movt. $21.00
$25 O. S. 20-year case, Walt
ham or Elgin movt ....$9.90
$15 watch, ladies, gold filled,
engraved case and Walt
ham movement $7.10
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CLOCKS
$1.00 alarm clock 45c
$2.50 alarm clocks, intermit-,
tent $1.23
$7.50 mantle clocks, 8-day,
cathedral strike $3.49
$11.50 mantle clocks, 8-day,
cathedral strike $5.82
$12.25 mantle clocks, 8-day,
cathedral strike $6.48
$13.00 mantel clock, 8-day,
cathedral strike $6.72
$30.00 solid onyx clock, finest
in the store $15.53
$35.00 Grandfather's hall
clock $23.10
$20.00 regulator $10.38
$2.50 umbrellas 88c
25c Silver Cream Polish, best
on earth 13c
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THREE EXTRA BARGAINS
IN SILVERWARE NOT LIST
ED IN PRECEDING COLUMN
X X
$10.00 sterling silver salt and
pepper $6.10
X $12.00 sterling silver cigarette
X cae $7.42
$15.00 sterling silver cigarette
case $8.10
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NOW, AND SAVE MONEY
of J. A, Sinclair
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