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Meyers Exposition Contests
t Five free trips to the Panama exposition. A separate contest each month during May, June,
t July, August and September. May candidates nominated and standing at last count : t
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WHILE IDE OWNERS tonight iu m BEYHNDi ilUb
. ...--....-. I LAST TIMES I I "
ATI a n a MU- n: i
Agnes Bayne ' 428(? ::
Mrs. Albert Brown - 4276 "
High School - 3988 ::
Florence Elirin
Woodmen of the World 3626 I
Chemawa School 2761 I
Mrs. II. Nash -325
Save your sales checks. They are good for votes if used within severi'days.
All Linen Napkins
An Important Sale of
Lovers of fine linens will
be pleased to read of this
special event. The Meyers
Store has always been
known for its fine linens.
Here are dozens of fine lin
en napkins in many beauti
ful designs. If you would
save on your linen pur
chases, attend this sale
Monday, Tuesday or Wed
nesday. Formerly $3.50 Napkins re
duced to $2.95 a Doz.
Formerly $1.00 Napkins re
duced to $3.15 a Doz.
Formerly $5.00 Napkins re
duced to $3.95 a Doz.
Formerly $0.00 Napkins re
duced to $1.05 a Doz.
For Monday, Tues
day and Wed
nesday A Great Sale of Ar
row Collars at
10c Each
This collar event should in
terest all men. Put in a
supply at this price and
save for such a reduction
on standard collars comes
seldom. You have your
choice of any collar in stock
sold the world over at 2 for
25c. Three-day sale, your
choice 10c each.
Special offering Men's 50c
Four - in - Hand Neckties,
Your Choice, 29c each.
A Sale of
Crib Quilts
50c Each
Our regular 89c seller,
Here's a special offering of
white quilts for three days
commencing Monday. Crib
size, 43 by 50 inches. They
are worth much more than
we ask. We have sold doz
ens of them heretofore at
89c each. Three-day spe
cial, 50c each.
The House
Your Money
Goes Farther
at Meyers
Get Away With Valuable Lap
Robes, Whips and Over
checks Still Missing
"The ruin falls upon the J"' ,",lJ ,,lp
unjust. ' Principally iipmi the just, be
cause the unjtiHt have the umbrellas of
the just."
While the good people f the Monitor
district were in utteiiilinico upon a Inl""
lie meeting, presumably prayer meet
ing, nt Monitor, Inst ll.ins.lay evening wo).k of thR
some KncrilefririiiH vnmhi or auunl8 .
pression of opinion will lie given as
mnilp 11 rni.1 imnn their rius. which were
hitched outside anil slide 11 nnntity lf
hip robes, whips and over checks, the
latter from the horses' bridles. So far
us known here the guilty culprits have
not been apprehended.
News of the -raid was telephoned
Sheriff Ksch from Marshal Allie Kngel,
of Woodburn, and a close watch has
been kept in Salem for the appearance
of some of the stolen goods. The arti
cles stolen are described as three lap
robes, one with a tiger head in the cen
ter, another with two horses' heads nml
the third with a deer's head, and all
with pink borderH. A lot of whips and
over checks, on of the latter of which
had 21 celluloid rings in it.
astic over the cleanliness, efficiency
and low cost of electric cooking and the
wonderful variety of appliances.
William Farnum in "The Nigger"
mid vaudeville the Oregon tonight.
The Barrere Ensemble at the armory
tomorrow night at 8:15 o'clock. Seats
$2, 1.")0, $ I and Toe.
C. W. Smith and A. W. Lindee have
made a trade, by which Mr. Smith be
comes the owner of a 5-acre tract three
miles out on the, Jefferson road and
Mr. Smith takes title to two lots on
i South Commercial and Kuriil streets.
Mr. Lindee will begin at once the erec
tion of two houses on his property. The
deal was handled by II. A. .lohiison &
The Barrere Ensemble at the armory
tomorrow night at H: 13 o'clock. Seats
2, l."0, $1 and "oc.
W. P. Elmore, the Brownsville bank
er and mill owner and representative
from Una county during the last ses
sion of the legislature, is in Salem to-
lay having some business with the state
machines will be one of the attractions
at the farmers' picnic and agricultural
show lo be held at Silvcrton May 1".
Luther J. Chapiu airs to .Silvcrton to
morrow to make final nrningenients
with the ('ommercial clnli of that place
and nrningo for speakers. Silos, dairy
utensils, supplies and dairy inaeliiuery
will form an important part of the ex
hibits for the institute.
You cannot afford to miss William
'Farnum in "The Nigger.'' The Ore
gon, tonight, lust time.
; The Sunshine Girls of the Franfc Rich
' company is perhaps the best shew that
has appeared l'or many months at the
llligli. A capacity nuasc greeted them
Mrs. Mary Jane Reed Laid To
Rest In Cemetery At
Mt. Angel
In the death of Mrs. Mary .Tune Reed
which occurred at the Oregon state hos
pital in this city, last Wednesday af
ternoon, Marion county lost one of the
earliest of the state's pioneer uphold
ers and probably the oldest woman in
the state. At the time of her death
Mrs. Reed lacked but four months of
being J02 years of nge. She was aa old
resident of Mt. Angel and was laid to
he.- final rest in the Miller cemetery
there, ut 10 o'clock Thursday morning.
Mrs. Mary Jnne McCloud was burn
in -Tennessee October H, lSlit. She
moved with her parents to Missouri
where she was married to ' Zucharia
Heed October 18.1S. They resided thr'c
until 1K50 when they crossed the plains
to uregon, locating on a fnrm near I
Marnuani. There she resided until her
death. Sho wns the mother of thirteen
children, six of whom are living, name
ly: Mrs. Lydia Abott, Edwin and
Charles Reed, Ellen Covey, Kiania Buff
and Louis Moloney.
She was one of Oregon's earliest set
tiers and leaves a host of friends and
relatives to mourn her demise.
Mrs. Ifeed had been in very poor
health for many years and had suffered
a great deal during her latter years,
says the Mt. Angel Tribune. Possessing
an exceptionally strong constitution
Mrs. Reed endured her suffering with
patience and little complaint. On ne
count of her nge and feeble mental con
dition she was committed to the state
hospital some years ago.
Mrs. Reed was a woman of powerful
energy and worKcd Hard all ot her life.
After tho death of her husband she had
tho responsibility and euro of a large
family which she provided for well,
. i l I .. L'l , ....
. ... ...... r ,nui Treasury ue pariiiicni., -ir. j:.miun- h,ib
, . .,, --"u " , he and his family went to CnliforniaJ
and spent about a month nt the expo
sition and in general sight-seeing, fal
lowing the legislative session.
The Barrere Ensemble at the armory
tomorrow night at S:lo o'clock. Seats
if 2, $1.50, $1 and "oc.
Frank A. Pierson, an inmate of the
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uiuigc. u.i.i main-., ui un- i.is.iuc ,,.......f ,.; .; 1,,1 f,. ,i,
lu.muu i"Jlt()Ke n,v Speedway
1AT CHANCE jo to
Tonight TOMORROW ros,.
"The Caprices of Kitty"
Day Week-End
festival At WMUh,
Friday .and Saturday
"Gretna Green"
jnt both performances yesterday. Ihe
uuinciice evidently cnjiiycu ine snow us
all numbers were repeatedly encored,
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All Around Town
1 7
Dr. Mendelsonn, -.jiociallst in fitting ! .Jj T? i"" J!"'"
.1..... ,..n. it si I.I.I.. ","" ehnreh will meet Friday allcr-
" " "' """" inoou wilh Mrs. A. L,
Elliott Thnmnson cltv .n1e0, , J south Cupitii! street.
.i... i.'..ii , ... i eliurch are
i iii-
Isills City Luniber Co., bought a
Wtndebalicr car Saturday and diove to
Portland and return by way of Me
Minnville yesterday.
The Cupital Lumber Co., 340 Bouth
Twelfth. Uuildiag material of all kinds.
Tho contract for building the new
School liunse at .can was awarded Hat
tirday to V. L. .Shiner. The new eon
trai t alia for its construction without
a basement.
Cottage Hotel, on Trout and Court
streets, Mis. Jessie llcnt, priiprictresH.
Kootn and board ft! per week.
Kyan, of ml
All lailics of the
cordially invited.
Father 0'IIara, of Portland, address- ;V1'" ll.,'''r nT nni1 '
ed the ministerial association at the
regular weekly meeting today. During
the business session 'a course of study
was adopted for the coming year. Fol
lowing a vote of thanks to Father ; Nigger
O'llaia, the association adjourned l'or Sunday
tiio summer,
ponded four and
five times. They are billed here tor
four days, bugiuniiu yesterday.
Over two thousand people saw "Tho
nt The Urogon Saturday and
They all sav its splendid.
Two Men Killed
Two Women Injured
Portland, Or., May 2. Two men were
killed and two women injured when
ClUIICIl J1UII1 UIUI IHlJllltlUli JUnVl t,.,u., fitl, W, i.i.ifl .-n., n,in,l n u 11
evening and has not been apprehended 1(,lls,,, uutm,biut East Foitv-nintl.
up to a late nour this afternoon. I ler-1 . T:llnn,, :,.: .;. .,,
son was fa nierly a traveling salesman I .nd , CBr Blinlli , u ,,istull,0
out of Portland, and has been a 1'"-Lf :!0 feet, turning oyer twice in transit
tient at the asylum for several .y'i-1 ml ending with wheels in the air.
lie was a trusty at the farm and harm- Theodore C. Hyde, a restaurant man
less, lie simply walked away from the ni)(j t R1. f t)0 nHtomo)iu,
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struck, was pinned beneath the ma-
Washington, May lABk
an this afternoon arniouM thii (i
stale department will n ,,,.
many for a rfpo-t wnmiii, u( k
peiloing of the American mt &
Hull-light by n Cwman am '
the, supper hour,
show uii.
when he tailed to
The Polk-Marton-YamhUl Medical
society will meet tomorrow evening at
the Heaver hotel,1 Independence. The
program for tiie evening will bo a pa
per by Dr. Laurence .Selling, ot Fort-
ehinc and instantly killed. Harry S.
Miller, driver of the machine which
ordinarily did duty as a jitney oa the
Twenty-thild street line, was thrown a
dozen feet away into the grass of the
parking and died while being taken to
the Hood iSinuritan hospital. .Mrs. Jose
phine Jspencor, hall owner with Mr.
Eoyal Arcanum will moet tonight at I"
o'clock nt -12 Salem Dank ot Com-
Don't miss it tonight, the last showing.
land, (.:i " lassitieation ol the epli-;Hyde of a restaurant nt .'10 1-2 North
rites." The speaker of the evening: sixth street, was thrown clear of the
stands high among the medical profes
sion in Portland and is regarded as one I
melee building.
"The Nigger," tho film which Is at- ;of the coming internists The npplica-
tractiag so much attention at the Ore-1 tion for membership of Dr. C. E. Cash-
ar and had several ribs fractured. Miss
Anna K Knsterbee, the fihiinc.ee of Mr. j
Miller, was caught beneath the automu-!
bile, but except for numerous bruises
All Star Feature Cor'p frw ,
By an All Stttapn
Verer Beton Storn-L
it rai rn. u"
Matinee 2 US-Evoiajl U U
Second eveninj peilomuice
Conuuetca 9 . a
I gon theater, hns been censured ill sey-'ult, of this trity, w ill be considered at and a wrenched arm, wns uninjured.
H. L. Boardsley, a uromlitent fanner
living west ot the Keiscr llotloius, has
just let the coutimt for a new barn.
The site is losTO feet and will cost
Automobile tnus pMnongerg Mid
baggage; rates reasonable. Country
trlpa a ippcialty, C, O. McKlroy.
I'hones Day, D-17; night, 831).
The river today la at the 1,3 foot
stage, showing a fall of .2 inch within
the last 1M hours. Cue year ago today
the river was at the ,1 foot stage,
Follow tht crowd at meal hours, 6
to S:l,M n, ui 11; H(l a. ill. to 2 p. in.,
fi::i() p. in. to 8. Hundny, 7 a. in, to I),
12 to 2 p. in., 5 '.10 to N p. m. Same
price Sunday as week day. Itest meal
in city lor 2.1 cents. Home llesnuraul
2211 North Commercial,
Tlie Eiuwson club will meet Tuesday
eening at H o'clock with Dr. Flora
A. Ilrcwster, 4211 Hubbard building, All
friends ami lovers of P.mcrson are wel
come to these meeting,
If In doubt, say La Corona, and you
lire right.
George JI. Saudor and Roy Kina
leave loday for a two days' fishing
trip un the Luckiamute river, about 15.
miles trum here,
If It is eata you want, try tho Jitney
('(.flee t lull, rjll Court.
The golf players are beninnliut to
take a regular spring interest in the
game. About III) were out to tho links
yesterday. The grass is now all trim
med and the grounds in general arc
getting in better condition,
Dr. Btono'g xtch Olntmont cures the
oral southern Males. Films like this this meeting.
Frofessor A. F. Reddle, of the Unl- one mid " I'nc t Iniisman" are not per- o
yersity of Oregon, will give " Headings initted to be given in ninny sections in The Potato 'Growers' association of
in Dialect" as the next number of the the south, not because there is anything 1 Marion county will meet nest Saturday
library lecture course next Friday, ' ob jectional or suggestive in them, but j at noon at the rooms of the Commercial
May 7, in the auditorium of tho library, because where race prejudice is strong club. At this meeting there will be a
In these readings Mr. Ileddie includes it is thought advisuble not to have inc-1 discussion of the methods of planting
some of Druiun I 'a poems nliout th t tires shown where this feeling exists. ami of preparing seed. Those who wish
Canadian voyngenrs, nml others which: a to join the association, in order to be
will be eipially enjoyable.
"David Couucrfield," Charles Dick- present at the meeting Saturday, should
ens great masterpiece, is beiair shown consult with L. . . ( .iBPln. who is secre-
Judge a correspondence school by the today and tomorrow at the Wexford tary, and who lias charge of the meet
success of its students. There are good
Ischou's and poor schools, I itivo free
advice about all courses. Tea years in
the business. F. 1. Abbott, 211 Hub
bard building,
Visiting domestic science students
froii (I, A. C. spcul some time Satur
day inspecting ami investigating elcc
trie ranges and the various electrical 1 evening at the Marion hotel, but every
cunning iicmccs in ine sines room or niemticr ot he I niiimeicin e ill) is n
the Salem Kleetric Co., iu the Masonic I vitod to attend. Matters of import
temple. They returned highly onthusi- nneo will be taken up anil a general ex
theater ill a seven-pnrt production. I imr. W. 11. Kuan, (if Hopmore. is presi-
I nis is line .tl the big classics and no .dent of the association
doubt Salciu lovers of Dickens works
will avail thcuivhes of the opportunity
to see this.
Not only the members of the various
committees that have recently been ap
pointed are expected to be present this
Salem Is within four days of New
York city, according to the
schedule of the fast express
wnich handle (Ireat Northern express
business. In other words, a package
shipped out of New York Saturday,
May 1, at 11 o'clock iu the evening,
would arrive iu Salem on Tuesday, the
4th, on the 10:10 morning electric. This
places Chicago just three days from Sa-
Knunerson Heid, age 27, an aatomo-
bile divier for eight years past, was
the pilot of cor No. 8, a Buick from the
Dundee garage, which struck the small
five-pussenger machine in trying to pass
it on the road. Ho stopped his machine
200 feet further on, sent his mechan
icians, buck to investigate the accident,
and when they reported that one man
appeared to be badly hurt, but that
there was not much they could do.
rushed on to the speedway. Twenty
minutes later he was arrested on the
grounds by Detective Captain Baty and
taken to the city jail, where he is being
held on a charge of involuntary man-
latest ! slaughter, with bail fixed nt 5,000.
trains I
Wd ;
Classy GenUeman'i Bet j
i :
The Moit'a Liberal club will moot
Wednesday evening at N o'clock in
Chaiining hall ( T nil uriiin church). The
newly proposed charter-revision will be
the subject for general discussion. All
men are invited t0 attend these meet
ings. . j
Dr. Allesn, dentist, second floor Bank i
of Commerce building.
tawrenco Scott, who la employed at
the penitentiary, has' recently bought a
home on North Fighteenth ' street, be
tween Court uml State streets, from C.
H. Acker,
25c meal for llic.
merciul. Scott's.
171) South OOin-
The Cherriana will moot Oils evening
nt N o'clock al the Commercial club to
take up the Panama Pacific exposition
Regular meeting of HihIboii council Pr,,P" 'lion, Chctrlan chcrlngo and oth-
No. I. U. is S. M this eveulnir. A full
attendance Is reipicnted by order of the
Thrice III. Master. llnines of Import
Race, Visiting companion welcome.
er matters of special importance
Dr, Wlsllccnus Sanitoriuni for presor
Mitio'i and restoration of health. Hub
bard buildii'g.
Today-FRANK RICH CO.-Today
Sunshine Girls The Rollicking Girls Plenty of Fun
a. u : ir i -r a ...I 1 1 1 ; , a m--
Provide Yourself With the Proper Glasses
iimi hare an imlwufion of rural rain or cyr tlrfrct, it is
to your intoi'ost that you have n thorough and caroful exam
ination made, nml if "Glasses" is the verdict, put them on
cheerfully, realizing that by so doing you are far better
equipped to fight life's battles, with the odds in your favor.
liy special training in optics and experience, we are
qualified to give you competent advice.
Miss A, McCulloch, Optometrist
208-200 Hubbard Bldg. Phone 109
4t Wkmm kivMMAm
Entire Change for Tuesday and Wednesday. New
Scenery, Settings and Wardrobes
An Eastern Fantasia. For Laughing Purposes Only
lorn. The packages from Xew York are
placed on through enrs direct to Tort
laud, being handled just once at l'ort
land before delivery here.
Governor Withycomba has appointed
K. V. WriRht, a graduate of the O. A.
('., us agriculturist at tiie boys' train
ing school, his work having begun !Sat
urday. He will have supervision over
all branches of agriculture at the school
nud will train the boys in how to test
milk and cream, graft trees, etc., I
will try tn arouse interest in ngricul
itiirnl work. 11b takes the place of the
regular tanner employed nerctoiunj m
tho institution. At a later iiato
einl instructnr will be secured for
Lni i. ;.,;.,., i,:..i, .,111 incluile the
simple hrnnches of eaipeuteriag and!
blacksmith work.
ill Kindl Of
First class Bhoe aWnlm P''"'
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l 8 SHIMS 5Mj
The Maples
A Bplendid program was rendered at 1 1 mnV
e Social Service meeting at tho tni- T II1
I.adics come " . " '
,vsnd Fridays T-g" 'f;.
M'Refreshmcnls and
ihe Sncial Hei vice meeting at tho t ni- f 1 11 I " . W ih
tarian church last evening, and heartily : . . and 7 , krl ;
enioved bv a largo and appreciative .. ch(,rry uty
audieuce. ".Mrs. Anna Hiv'" K",h' Flour, rtl,, '
presenting Amiroeies huh - it qk dicuu - , ntv-
bv (ieorge Bernard Shaw, demonstrated f El,on0ray '0J -!5 raw-' P
her artistic ability in most charming' T Tjp To, S!W'8 '
eo.i t nmi,.iil niiinbers by Slissl ,,.' whole"""
Inez Itcnison ulso were mOKt charuiiug- j t Orocon (irb,ll
ly rondere.1 and much enjoyed. These I Oi(p UfZ lti ,
nieeting? are growing in i, L,mI'.,'
I ami are evidently filling a need m th t p. ;
life of our city. A civic program 11 vj
T . . . iA- . a
..o.f "M.m.lnv when Messrs
I A. Mills, . W. Macy and ('. '' :!'.
cock will discuss the quesinm.
iSalem Needs a New City barter
a vital subject, in which every citiwi'
ami tuipayer should bo deeply intir-
I Vha
I'KYSllK At a local hospital, May 2.
1!M.-., Mrs. Hclle Kryslie, nt the ay
of ..'Ml. Funeral services will bo "
tomorrow afternoon at the parlor J
Webb & Clough, Kev. Horns, huch t
ficiating. Interment will take
at Citv View cemetery.
iLvuiicl was an active uicuil
the Lutheran cliuren and '
k""" "cTpiw- vzn
.. nVi-na -
,in.-.ndable - j
Children 10c
l.v o l,nhni,l nml sou lii"K ,
the Macleay
. i
onthenst of the
city on

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