Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1919)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1919.
NEW ORGAN LARGEST
Opening concerts on the mammoth
new Murlltzer Hope-Jones orchestral
pipe organ being installed at the Ore
gon theatre will be given next Tuesday
and Wednesday evening, with Miss
Margaret Faber as organist and Mrs.
Warren Hunt, as relief. - .
The Keyboard contains three man
, uels, with echo, solo and aocompanie-
. Thorn are two touches
- uh slaving a different
LU oaLM "VJ i
Instrument. The pipes range from one
foot in length to 32 feet and there is
a multiture of them, mvery "
. , ,,,a nmi pnv combina-
Btrumeni w yuw. - v,i.r
tion of instruments, altogether there
being 10 different combinations.
. . "...L.-wmniMiii nlayed are
Chose of the string orchestra and brass
band, the Maramba pnone. WB
bells, cathedral chimes, harp, drums,
6 There are BOOO electric magnets and
over three miles of electric wiring re
quired in the organ, wmcn ""
q 1 i.i iotrnmant in the state,
oTtsidTof one" in Portland. The pipes
. i --no nnminv all the sur-
IZ Z in the theatre. Including the
Btntre wings, green room and boxes,
while the echo is placed in the ceiling.
It is the most expensive feature ever
Installed in a theatre the size of the
Oregon, but the motto of the house is
"Nothing too costly nor too good for
Wm. Davis of Gervals spent Satur
day in Salem. ,
Dance tonight at armory 9 p. m
Gentlemen f 1. Ladies 10c. 259
B .B. t,ockhart, preacher and news
paperman, just returnea ironi
overseas with the Y. M. C. A., was
calling on friends among the state of
ficials Saturday. Lockhart has been
assigned to a Methodist pastorate at
North Bend. '
Newton VanDalsem, Btate director
for vocational education, will leave
Sunday for Astoria on business con
nected with the introduction of voca
tional training into the schools of
Commander J. Thompson of the re
cruiting department of the U. S. navy,
will be a chapel speaker at Willam
ette Wednesday morning, speaking
on the subject of the opportunities
afforded in the navy and of the na
tional military and civil problems
facing the country today.
A letter, asking police to aid In the
search for a gold wrist watch she had
lost on State street here October 25,
was1 received this morning by Chief
of Police Varney from Miss Vessie
tji Momkorrr Miss' Beal said that
the watch-is an heirloom, and that
she valued it highly, She oners a
reward for anyone giving information
that will lead to its recovery.
A petition, signed by a number of
..oM.ta nn North Cherry street, ask
ing that the Salem water company
extend its main into their community,
has been handed officials of the com
pany. This extension has oeen allo
cated and sought by members of the
North Salem Improvement associa
tion. What action the water company
will take on the petition has not been
A community course in religious
" education will be given Monday eve
ning at eight o'clock in the auditor
ium of the public library. Pastors,
Sunday school superintendents and
all those interested in the study of
the bible are invited to attena. i.
. general secretary of the Oregon State
Sunday School association, Rev. Har
old Humbert, will be present and aid
in perfecting the organization for fu
ture religious courses.
,ng that "an Oregon rain is
like a jungle mist from heaven, com
pared with the showers here," Russell
M Brooks, vice consul to The Nether
lands, and son of County Recorder
Mildred Brooks, wrote his mother
here today. Mr. Brooks says that he
much prefers Oregon to Holland, and
' would return here were he not re
. ,,.!., "In Ihe land of dikes
and Ice" and attend to the affairs of
his country. '
Miss Mildred McDaniel was hostess
last night to six young friends at a
Hallowe'en party given at her home,
2425 Center street. An enjoyable en
tertainment, music, games and re
freshments brightenea me evening.
The house was highly decorated in
seasonable garb. The guests were
Anita Hevel, Margaret Evans, Meien
and Adele Wlnslow, Lucile Longworth
and Margaret Nunn.
with live topics on community build
ing and'eommunity lire, wui do select
ed soon to carry an extensive cam
paign Into all parta of the county.
It is emphatically explained that this
is not a cut and anea - institute ai-
faiy tin that thn talks will be strict-
ly uplifting and of great value to the
The apportionment of school dis
trict funds for the county- will be
made, as soon as the school census is
completed, which probably will be
next week, according to an announce
ment made at the office or tne coun
ty school superintendent today. The
apportionments cover expenses of all
the schools and the teachers' salar
ies in each district. The apportion
ments are due next week, and will be
Issued on time unless tne scnooi cen
sus is delayed.
TVia fimnlner Iviftt-fl and fender of
an auto belonging to Frank Smith,
Electric apartments,, was siigntiy cam
aged in a collision, at two 'clock this
morning with an auto driven by Koy
S. Scufleld,' Turner, at the corner of
State and Commercial street. Accord
ing to a report made by Patrolman
Victor, Smith was driving south on
Commercial street, and Scufleld was
driving west on State street. Smith
had the right of way. Scufleld agreed
to pay for the damage done to Smith's
Ann. result of a meetine last night
of a special committee of the Marion
county community federation, hem at
the Commercial club, speakers, to deal
tlnotnAcia man aftAndinl thA noon
Aav liinnhAnn nt tha Commercial club
ATnnnv ara Hiia tn rtWAiVA fin ADtre-
ciable surprise. Just wnai us nature is
was not made known, other than it
I will be highly pleasing. These lunch
eons are steadily growing in popular
ity. The lunch itself Is well worth the
price, and the entertainment pro
grams always are vaiuame to tnose
attending the luncheons. An effort to
have every business man spend his
noon hour there Monday , is being
made. ' ' ' '
Tha funeral of Mrs. Martha Jane
Ralph, 70, for SI years a resident of
Salem, who died Friday morning at
her home .148 Wilson street, will be
held at the chapel of Webb and
Clough, undertakers, High and court
streets, at 2 p. m. Sunday. Rev. Holt
oi the Baptist church will have
charge. Burial will be in tne I. u. u.
F. cemetery. Mrs. Ralph is survived
by two daughters, Mrs. L. Mase, Sa
lem, anoVSMrs. Earl Eddings, Eugene,
and three sons, William, oi uiover
Hou nro Cheslev.' of Dallas, and
Harry of this city. Her husband died
here December 4, l 17.
TwAnT.nna ex-service men met at
Junction City last Saturday and or
ganized a chapter of the American
It's Ready for Yon
THE V NAVE RS A t, CAR
All Revere tires in stock 15 per
Reg. price , 16 percent less
We Specialize on Tires for Ford Cars
30xJ 1-2 $20.90 ...
32xS 1-2 $21.75
34x4 $31.70 ...
32x4 $49.90 ..
33x4 $50.28 '
35x4 1-2 $59.70
I save your rim cut tires
"Motorlife" In your gasoline will
clean your, engine and give you
more power. A trial will convince
Goodrich 6000 and 8000 mile tires
CLARK'S TIRE HOUSE
319 North Commercial St.
YES, it's that shoe that you have been plan-
i ; Ti. TTTCinr iT7TT-triTf i
nmg on ouying. its a uuoi vv.ru.uxi a suue
in all respects. THIS shoe is the "ACE" of
them all in a narrow ENGLISH last. NOTE
the, "RACY" lines, the clever toe and add to that
it is a wonderful glove-like fitter.
THE prices are moderate, and the quality
is very high, making this shoe an exceptional
number. ". . '
Model for Conservative Men
TTTTtT "SAMMIT?." last. cnniM in a Wueher.
Black and brown, with a medium toe. THIS is
an adoption of the ever-popular straight last,
with several refinements such as a more smart
lv rounded toe and a slight swing to the sofe,
J combining the points of the ARMY last with the new semi-English toe.
If It's New It's Here
We always keep ahead when it comes to style and quality, you can al
ways be sure that any shoe you buy here is correct in every detail. OUR
style assurance cost's you nothing and you are always assured of the latest
and best. - .
THE PLAZZA is a, medium toe in the latest last and comes in MAHOG
ANY CALF BLUCHER. It combines all the virtues of COMFORT, STYLE
and QUALITY with none ot tne delects iouna m snoes.
Was Sure a Great Month
54 SALES LAST MONTH 54
What Better Evidence Can Be Asked To Prove The Wonderful Value In
Long Years of Experience Have Taught the Ford Motor Company How To Build
The Best Automobile On Earth For The Least Money
THE LONG LIFE, ENDURANCE, SERVICE, AND LOW COST OF. OPERA-
tion has proven to the motor buying public the true worth of '
AND WHY YOU SHOULD
Place Your Order Toily
WE CAN MAKE EARLY DELIVERIES ON SEDAN, COUPE, JCLOSED
MODELS, FORD ONE-TON TRUCK "
LEST YOU FORGET
You should see
immediately, 1 1
comes in a snap
py new model in
Cocoa Brown Calf
in an English last
YOU'LL find full
value in all these
numbers and sty
1 e s found n o-
where else. - . . .
THESE shoes are in the VICTORY last and
have a medium light tan BUCK TOP and COCOA
BROWN buttoms, making a very popuular style of shoe. They ar very
much worn in the EAST and will be V ery popular on the COAST. ' -COME
in and try these shoes on. It will cost you nothing to view the
"NOBBIEST" line of shoes in the city.
:."T.'T;ri.,;"Yry Fsumlsr lit Marion'and Polk Counties a Patron" 1
Salem WOOlen MiHS Store
A nar-r n .,iiAA In p.U .-nftntarv banklna
has been nndpd to the school ot com
merce at the UniveiBity ot Oregon, un.
aer the llrotl.j or rroieusor ju. a,
WHEN YOU NEED A NEW TIRE, LET
US SHOW YOU REAL TIRE VALUE"
falhv Motor 60.
Yours for a
A Willard Battery
with Threaded Rubber
Insulation lives a lonf
lite. It is a protection
against little battery ill
nesses and re-insulation
Four years' experience
on many thousand cars
has proven that this bat
tery gives you more real
value, more assurance of
lone-continued ' efficien
cy, less anticipation of
trouble than any other
you can buy. '
It's a battery that you
ought to know about. If
you'll come in we'll tell
(, you about some of these
Still Better Willards.
Dcggc & Burreli
238 North High Street.
There is a slow but.
constant change in
every person s vision.
Glasses- that fitted '
you perfectly , a few
years ago are prob
ably entirely unsuited
to the needs of your
Every person who
wears glasses should
have their eyes exam
ined at least every
Call and see us and
let us find out wheth
er you're wearing the
proper lenses. If a
change of lenses is
necessary, we'll fur
nish them promptly
We guarantee a
correct fitting and ab
solute satisfaction in
HENRY L MORRIS & CO.
. Eye Sight Specialist
305 State St. Near (Wl.
FORMERLY VICK BROTHERS