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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1919.
$45,080 IS TOTAL
The mibscrlptlon to Lausanne hall
have reached 145,000 but as yet no
final step has been taken to commence
Construction. Prof. Richards, secretary
ot education, tarried at school long
nough this week to announce $2000 In
subscriptions from four Pendleton ao
toators. Dr. Doney also announced a
$6000 subscription from a Eugene wo
man.' . At present there are only $6000 In
actual cash available, but this can eaa-
ly be raised to fifteen thousand any
time the committees concerned vote ta
Btart construction, Dr. Doney asserted
yesterday. Most of the pledges to the
hall fund have been made to the ef
fect that half the subscription is to be
paid when the subscription fund reach
es the $30,000 mark and the other half
when the construction of the second
etory is commenoed. Although the
bulldng and executive committee have
taot yet voted to begin the work, Dr.
Doney feels certain that the foundation
Will be laid this winter. The probable
cost of the new structure is now rated
at eighty thousand dollars.
WITH 375 ON LIST
Subscriptions continue to be received
at the office of the.Y. M. C. A. for the
budget for the coming year. Three
hundred and seventy-five subscriptions
have been received to date. A few
more days will close up the campaign.
The following is a list of the names of
Otto J. Wilson ....$
Z. J. Riggs
M. H. Pogue ,
J. N. Skaife
yr. J, Porter
II. C. Marvin
P. H. Raymond
L. T, Reynolds
T. B. Jones
0. Putnam '. 40.00
Irvln Griffith 16.00
Bam Roome 18.00
A. P. Marcus 6.00
Dr. Bancroft 6.00
W. J. Rhinehardt 16.00
Woolworth Co 25.00
Chris Paulus , ' 6.00
Edward Potter , . 6.00
Hake-rite Baking Co 16.00
Xi. F. Griffith 10.00
Buster Brown Shoo Co. 16.00
A. C. Bohrnstedt 16.00
Central Pharmaoy !i 10.00
J. A. Pooler 6.00
1. ft. Van Winkle 16.00
George Waters 6.00
Oregon Theatre 25.00
Iiuther Chapln 12.60
R. H. liee Stelnor ' 16.00
Vf. 8. Walton 10.00
Dr. dinger ,. 16.00
Cherry City Baking Co. 100.00
A. N. Bush 50.00
II. 15. Ford . 16.00
Robt. E. Downing 10.00
F, S. Lamport, 16.00
A. L. Frascr 6.00
Sidney B. Elliott 16.00
STAR IN "OMAR THE TENTMAKER' RETURNS
TO COAST AS LEAD IN "THE MAS0UERADER"
The international preeminent posi
tion of Guy Bates Post makes his en
gagement at the Grand, November 12,
the most important event of the thea
trical year. By reason of his art, devo
tion to the high ideals of the stage and
' ' T" f
GUY BATES POST
we should not use the word bestowed,
for it has 'been- the never ending ef
fort, the untiring, endless, never falter
ing studious application, that has
placed Mr. Post at the head and front
of his chosen profession. To miss Mr.
Post's performance of his dual role
in "The Masquerader" Is to miss the
epitome of combined art and strage
craft, for his worthy and well known
manager, Richard Walton Tully, has
brought every lever known to the pro
ducers art and craftmanship to bear
in making the production perfection,
from a mechanical, electrical, equip
ment and musical standpoint.
Roosevelt day was observed In all
the schools of the city Monday, with
literary programs and addresses, and
an effort made by the students to Bo
their bit toward making the drive for
funds for the Roosevelt memorial, a
success in Salem. Englewood school
contributed $2.65; Grant junior high,
$3; Richmond, whose drive has not
yet closed has turned in $9; Washing
ton Junior high, $1.25; the elemen
tary departments of Lincoln Junior
high raised nearly $17. The other
schools, while recognizing the day
with programs, contributed no money,
except in the case of the Garfield
school, where it was impossible to as
certain the exact amount. In the
Washington Junior high, Frances Wil-
lard shared honors With Theodore
Roosevelt on the program.
studious endeavor, Mr. Post is the fore
most of cur players. His laBt appear
ance on tour was In Diehard Walton
Tully's "Omar the Tentmaker." The
present creation is In startling con
trast. Mr. Post's remarkable versatil
ity makes him thoroughly at home In
any role he may essay. In his presen
success "The Masquerader" he appear
In a dual role. The men are alike In
appearance, but totally unalike men
tally. This calls for a delloucy of ex
pression, a certainty of poise, a knowl
edge of detail and natural instinct for
the theatre of the first order.
Witji that Post virile temperament
every element of the human soul is
brought Into play, every gift given by
nature singly to most actors, has been
bestowed on Mr. Post collectively. Yet
C. M. Eploy ;
Dr. Carl Gregg Doney
L. M. Gilbert
William K. Carver
W. Q. Allen 25.00
John J. Roberta 60.00
Hotel Marion Co 16.00
Andrew Verclor 5'.00
Carle Abrams 25.00
R. J. Hendfloks 25.00
L. T. Harris 16.00
Dr. Bellinger 16.00
Gussle Nilea 2.00
L. O. Arnold 20.00
V. B. Southwlck . 6.00
CHURCHES ASKED TO
ASSIST FUND DRIVE
John Medlor, chairman of the Des
Moines conference committee at Wil
lamette announced yesterday that $296
of the naeded $475 had ben subscribed.
The students will go before the Meth
odist churches of the city Sunday In an
attempt to reach the high water mark
at once. Modler will present the mat
ter to Leslie M. E. church, whilo Or
vllle c. Miller will make the appeal to
the Jason Lee Wesleyans. The sub
Jeot will not be put before the First
M. U. church this Sunday on account
of the communion asrvlcoa being held
To assist In the financial campaign,
Professor Delia Crowdor Miller, head
of the public speaking department, has
' decided to make a nominal charge at
her recitals, and to turn this money
over to the Des Moines committee. The
first recital by the dramatic depart
ment will be within a week or two, and
will be followed by weekly recitals by
' the department. These programs have
always been free In the past and will
be henceforth so soon as the $475 are
raised. ' ' t.
The committee yesterday chose Prof.
Dorian Von Eschen as Ihe faculty
delegate to the convention.
He has not finally accepted the prof
fer. The five student delegates will
not be named for a few days. ,
Members of the student body ot
large pledged $25S Inst Monday, A
friend of the school subscribed ten dol
lars Tuesday. Wednesday the men's
literary societies pledged as follows:
ChreatophiSians, five dollars; Phllo
doriana, five dollars; Wcbaterlans. ten
dollars. Friday the three' women's
societies subscribed five dollars each.
For the theft of a pump and some
Iron p-;iu from a building at Junction
City, Juice Wells of Bufcno sentenced
Guy King to six mon'ivi in the councy
Ranges and Heaters at half price.
Bargains in Furniture and House
hold goods. Phone us, 1177. We
buy secondhand furniture, Stoves,
carpets, rugs, any thing you have
to sell; highest price paid.
Ferry and Liberty Sts.
Regulations governing the. state
treasurer in the Issuance of bonds to
cover the payment of interest due Jan
uary 1, 1920, on the bonds of
Warm Springs and Ochoco Irrigation
projects were drafted at a meeting
Thursday of a commission created for
the purpose. The commission is com
posed of George M. Brown, attorney
general; Will H. Bennett, state super
intendent of banks, and Percy A. Cup
per, state engineer and was created by
articles XL-b of the constitution.
Bonds Issued by the Warm Springs
project total $1,350,000 and those of
the Ochoco project $1,260,000. An
Burbanks, American Wonders, X
Netted Gems, Pride of Multno- T
man, Garnet Chili, Early Eose.
We will be ready to commence
snipping as soon as you have fully
matured stock to offer. Phone
717 or address 642 State Street,
agreement has been entered into by the
commission with the Irrigation district
to pay the interest accruing on their
bonds for two years and the district in
turn have Issued certificates on indebt-
ness covering the amount and have de
posited the certificate with State
Treasurer Hoff. The irrigation dis
tricts have also advanced to the state
treasurer the Interest on the state
bonds for the first 18 months. -
State 'Treasurer Hoff will issue state
bonds to the amount of $75,750 to
cover the semi-annual interest due on
the districts' bonds January 1. Adver
tisements are being prepared calling
for bids on such bonds.
PACKER FINED $1100
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 1. J. Ogderi
Armour of Armour and company was
fined $1100 In district court, after be
ing charged with keeping . 160,000
pounds of meat in cold storage for
more than a year in violation of the
cold storage law.
Also Junk of All Kinds
Best Prices Guaranteed
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa St. Phone 398
Chinese Medicine and Tea Oo. J
Has medicine which will cure any 1
Open Sundays from 10 A. it.
153 South High St.
Salem, Oregon Phone 212
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The Live Stock. Merchandise f
and Real Estate
Furniture Bought, Sold and Exchanged
I want your Furniture, Stoves and Ranges
Phone 510 or 511 Store 270 N. Commercial St
I wil sell at Auction all of my Stock and Farm Ma-
chinery on the George Savage Farm on the Sil
verton Road, north of Fair Grounds gate.
FRIDAY, NOV. 7th, 1919
SALE TO START AT 11 A. E
Horses Cattle, Hogs, Machinery,
Harness, and Small Tools
J. C. MULLEN, Owner : Phone 1580R
G. SATTERLEE. Auctioneer.
Phone .1177 or 12il, Salem. I
Oregon Realty Exchange In
vestment Company, Inc.
406-407-408 Oregon building
Salem, Oregon -. '
Offers the following property for sale or exchange at a' no-comnils-gion
price, for we eliminate the middle man.
Ten acres of land 7 miles from
Eugene, all in cultivation. Lays
nicely and only 65 rods from
the Oregon Electric station.
Fifteen acres of land three
miles from Bandon in a nice
location. Frice $1000.
Three well located lots in
Springfield, Oregon, for $1000.
Seven room house at 13th and
Waller streets, Salem. Electric
lights, city water, patent toilet.
Three beautiful and sightly
lots in Bandon. Just the thing
for a beach home. -Price $1009
Five acres in Salem. A good
place for a chicken ranch. Well
improved, splendid house, in
sured for $1600. Good barn in
sured for $400. Other outbuild
ings, and lots of fruit. Price
Six room house at 13th and
"Lee streets, Salem. Needs some
repairs by way of painting and .
papering. Ifas city water and
patent toilet. Two lots. Nice
home. Price $1000.
Six room house at 20th and
Waller St., Salem, will be sold
within the next few days for
$1300. This is surely a snap.
Eight room modern house, with
as many lots as you wish, at a
reasonable price, for someone
who wants a nice home in the
city of Salem, where he can
keep a cow, chickens, etc.
Aside from the above Mr.
Purdy is offering a 160 acre
tract of land in Malheur coun
ty with 332 acres af homestead
right adjoining. This is a splen
did proposition for a person
desiring wheat land and an
eastern Oregon home.
Make No Mistake
If you want to save money
Cotton Felt Mattrese
25-year guaranteed Sagless Spring, $12.00
45-inch top, 8-foot, Quarter Sawed Oak Table $35.00
$38.50 Buffet to match, $32.50
$75.00 Range" Coiled and connected $65.00.
No. 18 Heaters, $16.50 .
- Pipe, and Elbows, 25 cents ' '
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE
Peoples Furniture Store
, New and Second Hand Goods Bought, Sold
271 N. Commercial St. Salem. Phone 734
For Long Distance Auto Trucking
Willamette Valley Transfer Co. nS
Lmawtl! jCaMMfilBBl taaWaaVlS IbWaVOatfl
LEONARD and WRIGHT
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SCENIC DANCING NOVELTY
MAYO and VERNON
"THE LAUGH PRODUCERS"
ONE OF THE FINEST
GLADYS LESLIE in MA STITCH IN TIME"
Also "SMASHING BARRIERS"
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(7t's a METRO adaptation oP ihe FAMOUS
Broadway stage comedy by the EAMOUS
Frederic andTanny Hatton jxresentediy
Oliver Morosco. Directed Toy Jack Conway
Maxwell ICarger Director General.
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