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JHB SALEM CABTAl .1,m.r 8ALE1VI
OBEQOW, TODAY, WAY M. 1915. r JZT June White Saturday Sale I ,a 5o f's White, the Ullly Price Is Reduced Hope Muslin Men's Clothing 8 AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES C Regular $20.00 Suits, now $10.00 Saturday Only Women's Suits 8c Long Cloth andCoats GREATLY REDUCED IN PRICE Take advantage of these sales YoUr Ch f 3 Beauti,ul DisPIa-v as it will soon be impossible l0R LESS for the merchant himself to buy for these prices. Mens 25c Ties 20c A large new line to choose from, Saturday only. IE Report, Which Lacks Con firmation, Says Change Takes Place July 1 TRY SALEM FIRST ALIM COMMtmCIAL CLUB Clearance Sale Millinery at Half frtce Trimmed and Pattern Hat in our stock is included in this sale. First come, first served. Look at These Prices $2.50 HATS NOW $1.25 $ 6.50 HATS NOW $3.25 $3.00 HATS NOW $1.50 $ 7.50 HATS NOW $3.75 $150 HATS NOW $2.25 $10.00 HATS NOW $5.00 $12.50 HATS NOW $6.25 ; Prune Crop May Be I Better Than Was at First Expected AnmsvMo, Ore, May 2S. rruue rnis lent of this section ri'jort the crop much; i better than expected. The ruM tains during the bWum time did consider able damage lis ili.l the frosts 11 shirt i time ago. Fanners who two weeks ago reported crops would he considerable I less thiin last year, now report a good I crop. Jt is estinmted tlmt Marion ooun jty's pi'tiiie crop will lie fully 70 jut cent and fanners in general are' very ptiin jistic. Tim continued tains have' brought out ine pastures and hay will be n big crop iu this vicinity. INCUBATIN8 DEOENEEACY Exclusive SuitsNillinery f T aT m. r- a -y rY MARRIED. Thursday last Oeo. Thomas and Miss V .,'lll,iv-v .il,"r'.v'J to .Salem, tk. !"?' w,'re ,,"it,'J ln nrringe nt 'e court house by Judge Bushev. They "'''''""piiiiied by the 'bride's K&i-n1;: Frnnk H,,h'"' The bride 1U1, Kr,,wn ,0 omnni,00(I in Htnyton, and the groom is an in dustrious young Waldo Hills resident. Both liavo Hie best wishes of many friends. They will make their home on the J. T. Kearns farm north of town. Stnyton Standard. A secret is something known to but one person. (Medford .Mail-Tribune.) There is much food for thought in the letter l'rotn Charles Kdward Ifus sell published in this issue concerning conditions iu Knglaud. As a result of consideration of and legislation for the fortunate, an interior race has been bred, dwarfed intellectually and stunted physically. The industrial development of Kng land, the prosperity of her classes, has been at the expense of the masses. As Mr. Mussel) says: "Society has produced u new kind of human creatures, inferior mentally, in ferior physically, without physical stamina, ami without the spirit of re volt, dull, sheep like, submissive, tin illuminative, weak and retruirrcKsive.' A largo part of the toiling millions i ne er got ciuuigii to I or iiiisiinitarv dwclliuir hours at dreary employments, mid as a result are thin-liloodi d. and without ambition in tncir rickety, liorntdy wrecked by a faulty industrial system, n race of men apart anil with only the rudiments of human intelligence. Some of them have forgotten hnw to laugh, they have no knowledge of passing events and the world about them. " To get something to ent and to find some place to sleep constitute for thesi Although no official confirmation can b ,0ri'd f " Patently rumored in official circles at the state house that Dr. J. N. Smith ,one of the leading phy sicians of this city' and fr many years prominent in republican politics' is 'this city and county, will be appointed sup eriutondont of the state feeble minded institute to succeed Dr. J. H. Thompson the. change to tuke place probably on July 1. Some time ago it was reported that the services of Dr. Thompson had no been altogether satisfactory to the board of control and there were rumors afloat of a contemplated change in th administration of the institution, but the rumor finally died out ami has not ben revived until within the past tew (lays. It also became noised about, some six weeks or two months ago, that Dr Smith, who is regarded as eminently qualified for the important and vastly responsible position, would be the suc cessor to Dr. Thompson. Bankers See Prosprity in BothEast and West San Frnnciseo, May 28 That the r.uropeaa wnr is bringing an era of prosperity to the raited States, was the declaration today of James 1'. Roach, delegate from the American Kxcaango National bank of New York to the joint convention of the llaukcis' Association of California, Oregon Ida ho and Nevnda. ' "Following a tour of the Cnitcd States," said Roach, "1 can see noth ing but prosperity ahead. This goes or norm, soutn, east and west. The sale of foodstuffs to the waninir nil :.. .i..L l...- . . . I """" ' uisiruiuung miliums id dol lars to tlio American farmer. Good times nre on the way." R. M. Welch, president of the Cali fornia Bankers' association, declared in his address that, from a banker's point of view, the warring nutions show no signs of financial or physical weakness, and that ronseipieutly no letup of tho great conflict is in sight. Aside from the delegates of Califor nia, Idaho, Oregon and Nevada, a large number of delegntes, representing big fiiiunciul concerns throughout tl ist lire uttcadiug tho convention. WOODBURN HIGH SHOOL GRADUATING EXERCISES The W'nodburn high, school graduating class of ltll.T will hold the annual grad uating exercises at the M. -;. church, beginning Sunday evening, May doth, when i'rof. Muttnews of Salem, will de liver the baccalaureate address, and on Wednesday evening, June 2nd, the grad uating exercises will take place. Following are the graduates: Roy Kllis Harper, Freda Kdora Holm, Henry W. Hansen, Myrtle Louisa Olson, Virgil Hall llaller, (ilcnn Sterling Mcdonognl, Anna l.uella Aline, nul Aninist s',.l. (piet, (leorge Byron Coemnn, Jr.. Mil dred irginia Walker and Hex Wililam Bcntlcy, Over two-thirds of the r,.,,t,..rU ,,i- the class have signified their intention to pursue their education ut college, which speaks well for tho Woodhurn high school ami the public school should feel proud of them. Kllis Harper, I'unl Fuhpict, Henry Hansen and (Menu Me. (loncgal will attend the Oregon Agri cultural college. Hex Bently has re ceived tin' Willamette university schol arship. Myiile Olson hus accepted the scholarship offered by 1'acific univer sity. Mildred Walker will take special training iu Portland, (leorge Coleniiiu will teach a vcar previous to crnin.r ... at, inhabit gloomy ' "'0 I'nivorsitv of Oregon, Miss Holm work long; will tnko up the teaching profession. Anna Aline mid irgil Haller are unite- small boned, 1 cided. .Much praise, should be ghen Vr,,, i-;..i Superintendent Colemnn un.l tl, i.;.,i. school faculty for their untiring effoits nnd Woodhiirii can justly feel proud of the graduates. The cl-iss lomors were bestowed upon Miss Myrtle ii.iii and Mr, Virgil Hal ler, Miss Olson delivering the salutation nnd Mr. Ilnllcr the valedictory.- Independent. Our Saturday Special Here's our story. The "Toggery" bought of a New York maker far too many of the genuine "Erin" Pure Linen Shirts and Drawers to retail at $1.50 per garment. They are certainly beautiful goods, but too high cost for the uZ?f iuy?r" J!?6 Eamcn,S are twenty pure linen, just as labeled. Instead of $1.50 per garment, we shall sell these goods as a Saturday Special" for 69 Cents Per Garment Never mind what they cost in New York-ifs luckv we have Shirts and knee-length drawers. - "'"i no larger stock than we have. HAMMOND-BISHOP CO. Leading Clothiers Kw COMMERICAL STREET THE "TOGGERY" 0 R E G O IN 20c BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEOMEN I0C llll'.Vs'l.'IT IYH) At UttJ linilM,en.. . .. -VIUW1 IVl Helen Cornelius Perry Prescott Pat Hogan Verna Cooder Reigehnan on y , rl Violinist Comic Reading Thc Iri,h Jubill,c Sl,ltTti()ns "Wmfi'AMnu'ivr.. " A George Ade Comedy A A ? NE T,,K AIXOIMNG PILGRIM WHO A live-Act World feature KEPT ON GALLOPING Oregon Theatre j SATURDAY EVE. SUNDAY AND MONDAY WILLIAM FOX Presents THEDA BARA iu Thc Clemenceau Case By Alexandra Duma The famed "Vampire Woman" of the Theatre Antoine, Paris, iu the most powerful of photoplays. A production mtieiiil'icciit hi. reeled and written bv Herbert Hrcnon. " I'riiiiui that scorches like livint" flame. "- New VorU I'rcs. ADMISSION 2()c Children accompanied hy parents 10c NEWJODAY One cent per word each Inisr- Uon. Copy for advertisements on dor this heading ihould bt in by 2 p. m. ' rnONH MAIN BL i I OAK wood, $3 per cord, Phiino 22111. WANTKI) TO HUNT- For a term, ti modem -1 or (I room house, not too far lint; rent must be reusoiinblo, Address 2 ,1., euro Journal. Muy2s) SA VK 1(100 by buying a new 7 room 1 today. Terms can bn made. M( down, balance monthly. AM dress 111, cure Journal. tf. I, FOIl HA Lu ll's lor .'dli l lbs. Wans ;j cents-, 111 ; at. public market. Mav2S Ftlll SAI.K--H rooiii house, close in; can give good proposition if sold thla w-cek, M.iuflt ciinsidir s lti.l Miitress ,(, cam Journal. I Ftlll HUNT Housekeeping rooms, ;i.l(il I -North High street. Phono I. .lv2S1 If l'(" HUNT HI aeies oveillow fruit and garden luml, plowed and ready (iir crop, within five- blocks iif post ot'lieo at Aurora, with house and out buildings, .fill p,T month lo responsi ble parties. .171 North High. "NEFTUNE'S DAUdHTEB." Anclhcr Great ricture Coming to Ye liberty Sunday and Monday with Splendid HoUmu.s. WAN I'KD- 2.ri loganberry po ke !". (1. W. Hut tniim, route ;. , June M.v:il COI.OKKI) woman wants pnotion as cook in small hotel or boarding house. Host of references, phone tij'.i. Mv2!l IIOOM AND ItOAHO in modem home at 2'IS Court street. Tel. ;,;o M. M A II II I Kt man wishes position "tn ranch, or small fruit much. Address M. M., cure .biininl. Ma2s lirsiNKSM ( II A Ni '10 Wanted, man with t.iM) to IUOU run s,.,.nro perous iiianiinicturlng business and plant with ifl.i daily piofits. No risk. Hank references. For persmitil inter view address J. W,, care Juurnal. ,May3 1 Foil HALK H acres, clos a snap. lull '.Mil North Commercial street.; ''' ' ""I- Mm 211 I IIAVH u fiverniiii mmleni flat and I inn -leeoiif poreb with wuler uiol lights lor iM2 a month, on comer of I2lh and Leslie streets,' two I. locs.it ironi . I . depot on paved street. l-minett, ri.'i Smiti, -.'t, jyli (I IIAKHi'-J. -Window cleaner. Phono lsoU-tf COMPLKTK stock of tested g,,,,!,.,, field and lawn seed. Wcslacott 4 Thielscn Co., 151 North High st. tl l-Oll HKN I' - New .1 room modern bun gahi,v, North Twenty fust street Carey P. Mar, in, -II!) Phono. ti BIG DEMONSTRATION The National Biscuit Company will hold a demon stration at our store tomorrow, showing all their dif ferent kinds of crackers, cookies, etc. We sell all regular 5 cent packages, 6 for 25 cents and regular 10 cent pack aKes 3 for 25 cents, tomorrow only. Packages of each of the many different brands of crackers, cookies, dainties, etc., that the National Biscuit Company carry will lie opened and everyone calling at our s,ore tomorrow may have samples of the same. dlildrcn of ll. ,d bre.hr ,f ' """" 'l".Vnicnl ,t, ,w ,, ,,,. .... ,,. . ,, .unknown. Old nee pensions are a ! swoidwomati. )' in i, i fur . i i ; 'Iream of the fniure. 8ome progress' The settings f'ci , ., , , ' i v . .1 . "lis been made toward pure food, to descuhed ;is wild , i, i , . . ., . i ward sanitarv dn'-llings nn, in the should be, for the crv influences that t, 1 . .1... ' , , . i i,i - I. , arge caster niies ror pi vsp-a train-h-ne degra. led l,,o:.,ty ,n I'.ntain are , .hndren-bot efforts are at work ,n the. I ,,,-cd state.. Nm.lflr Mi j ir M,mnry .,, ,, " I" lll"S- L-IIS . MJIJI IHIIISM ...I, . " Neptiiio ' hauciiter." Ilm title nl 'the tn mei.diiis -1 -. t n . ii lii r success iu I which appears Amicllo Kellenuaa. ( ' ' -bi- of the lonii dmite." 'tlu' ipicen of the sea." "the peifcit. woman," icte., sl.poMc, Pv a coinpanv of oer ja t Ii fit i -H ti . pti.pli-, comes to Vo Liberty Sihm;i v and Mmolav. S'n h a su ss has tins .p to,e l.e.-ii that it is being ndaptid to the tegular stage and will be one of I lie tiatmes of the ciaunig season. Miss Ki lloimnn in her acipiatio work proliiibly has no eipuil iu thc world. " Neptune's li.'iugliler, " which is a dav in seven log parts, given her op poitiitnlv lor the d'splnv not only of i.er miiioaid inoililics but of lo-r talent I i-vTii ii in i 1 i,u .. i .... . .... ... . . ' "' - I'OI ,ows for sale, 2 Jersey, 2 Hoi ham; 2 are l'reh, giving four gallons a dnv each; 2 fresh soon. m. Asi h enniin, it. ,1. phone p I. Mio.ll W I-, IIAVH u men residence In Snlvm lo etclmugo for ll residence iu Ash land. Ore. Alno a resideucii in Tin) Hallos for a residence in Salem, or property In the vicinity. I ,.,.it Co., ; 1 7 Stale sttcet. May2S SITIATION WANT Kit MAI-K ACCOUNTANT HoilK K KKPKIl . HAI.KHM AN, lift years of ago, exper- ,,,,, ii, iiinming, iiisutaiic traciing and merchuiitilo tim peient tn tnko charge of oifi,... bnsiuiss, not a I'm o ,,f hard or dirty work nor long horns, willing to go or ol town, suin.y r pereeniHj,,, ,uj,i lucelleot relet, .mes. Address Prod- encii, f. o. , ,r,Hi n,,!,,,,,. Mliv con- iiiii or V2'J Poll SAI.P- 2 year old M. Cook, Turner, Ore., Jersey I, nil. mule 2. M- I'OH SAI.P ( hcup, mii iiiiloinnliile (I hiiluier-) In longing t , rrj, estate, liiipnrii of Tod Sheldon at John Mauieis' garage, Center street. to to Lino h. Fred ' Night MmJ'.i the C L. Sperling & Son 21 ' Commercial Phone CG indiisti ial centers obtain in many of our own hives of industry the result of iiioicpoliation of natural rcourees. The textile strikes in New Knghiiid, the mining strikes in West Virginia and Cohuado, and numerous other labor disturbaces expose similar do gi n i r ii y in humanity, being incubated and l"te!ed I'1.- oiolilions impiined by the jrrcc.i of the millionaire employers. ud I, '"ine such degraded human article seems to .h the idea) employ soulIiI in many industries that Imported the ih'.'ip piiuler labor . Kurofe lo icplioe the independent nam c. ( Jn the I'nile l States, as in Kiigland until re. ot vuir legislation has been for the dollar ratlo r than for the 1 man. Mo-h. b gil:ilion, creating ureal wealth for the few and pup ri-ni the maiiv, fr the protect of ficiencv at the expense of insnt f i-i-eiic, inn its ini'Mtable rcvilt in the evolution '1 a degcuerate race. KnglniPl in the la-t few years has anaiicned to llie need of a tion. Lh.id OiDikfe has forced throoeh uany rc forms designed lo reuie desfote s'llhliorn oposti results of all-es of a ci be remedied in a dc-nde. Ja hun anitai.ari egr:t:.in. Kngland i. tar alien. I of the Putted S'aies, Con-p-n'.i'i"ti fr accidents or dis ability riists iu n ly i for states. In- h n vi ol' for snf- ly conditions. ..0. Hot the t,'iir cannot I The countless opportunities offend in the . x '.' 1 1 t im and development of an etnpite ro Ii in resources have de laved the ii.i (oriiUe result of American civiliMitioti, if continued along the lilies that gcvcrtod the pat half i-ni tury. This n - ill is already a hiowd in the older -cttled regions such as New P.ngl.'in.l and the middle Atlantic slates, where ma I til Is the heritage of the few at.. I pauperism the heritage of the many, where 'he native Aineronns, with th'ir "ling, supetfiriul nnd sta tionary ciiliute aio dying out --as they ought I". b:i' ii j ended their useful ness, and fnreigners are reclaiming the ul.llloti.ned l.'-li'l. The prosperity of a nation doe not resi litem the f .r' lines of the few, but upon the pr.-gres of the manv - upon their phvoal cmfort nnd well being and th"ir H ' Meetiial deielopmrtit. The civ iliaie oi that has this for its purpose is an ei. during one, be. sue worth while. It i" not 'i pie will on log this sji,., People hae III the . itii s pro-c of .VI c will ni- I f nits. The r-'iudny fi.'in III play hate been w o ld and wood, rl ul that many Salem poo s oppol (unit y of see la. ilar pictorial Ititiinph. lowded Hie lug theaters to s,i it f,t no admi-sion nils. r Libel I v pat Ions r .0 .ei,i.; clnllrtci Iu oiillnuoul I'OK SALK -14 in. swing H rt. ., iron lathe, ehiap. Impiire ut ( hup ll and street, boiler room. May2H IlPA I'TIFPI, 0 , , t rits-1 close Koseluirg to exchnagn for vacant lota in Saleni. Also now, modem ,, nungalow, close in, very cheap trade or sill, Will accept a nicti ()- Mem iiiingaiow close In car lino any men rc.idnno district ( city. Ilalaaco in terms or cash, Hubbard building, phono 2121, Jiiuut in tho Ml nil ,ll 11 p be . in. BBcscaanasaacaai ISPECIAL!! HI IIHANK POTATOIiH -We can f,lr. ni-li seed or table slock ut nnv Inno. Phone 717. Malign llros., :,w buU Te.'l. Miul-s WK will allow you lbs hlghetit pries fut your used furtiilura in ichangs fui new. Calef llroi., homo furni.heri Phone RV3. Poll SAI.K days old. Two sown timl Phnoe s;i p ,'i. pigs, rew Mavl'S HORLICK'5 The Orifjinal MALTED MILK Unto you ay "HOflLIOK S" you may got m Suhttltutn, H -W TODAY A.VD TOMORROW Original Picture of theB g Lusitama II Kliowln all prominent men tl women as they left New York Kl I This is the real stuff, no bogus M one as others at ihlwlm. ll LAhV sli nogriii her de-ires position illimidiutely. Kefereuce.. Tclelhunn " S. (nle k Co, Mv:i) W A N T ll T I TIIA lTr;i..ti,iy in tf residency for suloniul.il. , " Addtcss 21, earn Journal, tf I them an address by Mrs ( RALLY AT MAC'LEAY. I County School Supt, W. M. Smith, 1 with I'rof. P. (Iriff,.,, vf , ,,,,. stun work ot O. A. C. and p., II. Lock hurt, went to Macleny Fri.lny after noon, where eighth grade students went given diplomas by the superintendent. i I'1" lance at Macbay was esti mated ut ."Oil, hundreds being there for the dinner, taking in the bull game be tween Macleny mid n,Wi which result ed hi Shaw winning, II Ii, and tl rises ill the grange hall, under the di- ! recti, ni of M iss l.i.n. oniclius. 'I hero was a moiuing mid nl'ternoori program, and the neighbor! I was filled with nut I I',, n wi,uf, ,,f ,r who had come from Turner, Shaw, H.H'ky point, Nlavton and other "Miiiiiiiiniii s. J tie arteruoon proi;tiiin consisted of many numbers ',,, P. II. Frbsi II t F. and H II 11 gBIighTlieatrcg; H TODAY AND TOMORROW W , . . : ' .,r"n :v ?''"-''"'. "niy ni.pt. s,iti, whose ad, Less and demonstration g.oHtly lippre, luted, especially ,y lions .keepers, tho CorMtllis oiiin's being one of tin) features of the In the morning Mr. Smith j. resent lipiiOIIIIN si i.ivcsiiy. It is In be hepci tl.nt stnyton can secure tin so gentlemen to come hem and give their demonstrations. TIicho affairs always prove to be most inter citing and educating.-Slnyton Stniul-aid, Poll SAL'.' Oil TUAHK I go,,,! dnv : ing mure, hsrncst and biiguv. for Lit beef cuttle. Imlepelldelit Miliket. I May 211, A STt'HPHAKI'.ll, llui.k or Overland uutomobiln wanted. Will tru.lo opiity In fine new house. Address1 1 1.1, i are Journal, f was the ,',irk In v. I ' FX' HAN'IK- lor rulem modern dwelling, 7 neres near ts.itherlm, Ore., I'l mill i fiom paved strc-l; ,i acres plant. , I to ( y. ur old inn. d I'tml tree., !l room new house, ponlltv- house Mm inn fe, t. 'rl(, ji;,io. ,. V. Uoiirlir, Hulbcrlin, Ore. ilayiS 111,' aM'f.'ge nil n is proud of Ins abil ity as a I, Iter writ, r .nit tl a few of the... 'how up ... a bte.vh of rotiinj suit.