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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1&9.
OF 18 ARMY UNITS
Eighteen army organizations were
represented at the district convention
of the United Spanish War Veterans
held at the armory Monday night, the
guests of Hal Hibbard Post of Salem.
Quests were present from McMinn
ville, Woodburn. Portland, Silverton
and Htlsboro. Some ef the members
served in two, some in three wars, and
few in two or more regiments during
the Spanish-American and Philippine
Wars, and close to 40 regiments were
really represented by the 31 guests
presented. Some soldiers, those boys!
The breed didn't die out with their
fathers. . ' ..
: The occasion was one of many plan
ked by State Commander Woolpert and
Ills sdvlsurr council wherever two or
more towns can Join forces and instil
flew patriotic interest by these social
reunion It la to be done all through
the coming; year.
. Addresses were made by Department
Adjutant Bouthwlck on the social and
organisation value of the district meet
ings sad by Commander Woolpert
along the same lines. Colonel Poor
man ef Woodburn, one of the best
loved officers of the old Second Ore
gon, spoke briefly on the lack of mem
bers In the Woodburn camp but he
gave the admirable reason that they
luid sent a larger percentage of their
members to the great war than any
other Spanish-American camp in Amer
lea. Four of the Woodburn veterans
who have lust returned from Europe
were guests of the evening.
Department Historian Meade of Mc
Mlnnvllle spoke briefly on the collect
ing of historical data of all the soldiers
'now. In Oregon. Comrade Faulkner,
lata of Salem, though now living in
, Albany, spoke for the grand army and
its challenge to every later soldier to
"carry on" their work tot humanity.
, "Americanism must be forced upon
some residents of the United States,"
he chanted. In an impassioned appeal
In making America a united nation.
Comrade Buchanan, commander of
McMinnville camp, urged that the or
ganisation work through the schools to
teach the Ideals of Americanism. Dr.
Hoffman, also of McMinnville, spoke
briefly, but begged off from a long ad
dress under the plea that his wife was
the auxiliary president and it wasn't
well to- have too much speaking in one
Comrade Houston, of the O. A. I.,
spoke of the comradeship of the army,
saying that he pitied the ordinary ci
vilian who never knew what such a
bond means. L W. Hyde, of Hills
boro, urged that all good Americans
should honor the name of William Mc
Kinley as one of the nation's war pres
idents, the man under whose gentle
but heroic guidance' America first em
barked on her program of milking the
A" bounteous feed of coffee, cider,
three wars, said among other things:
home-made cakes with genuine before-the-war
Icing, salads and other good
things followed. It was a hungry
man's spread Indeed.
Following the banquet brief talks
were mads by many guests. Major
Moshberger of Woodburn, a veteran of
thre wars, said among other things:
"We have 83 people listed In Oregon
who canlced their first papers or other
wise evaded thotr duty in this last war.
God knows we don't want them I If
We haven't laws to reach them it's time
tn make laws that will put thein out of
this clean land of ours." He was heart
ily applauded for his reference to the
efforts of the American Legion to fer
ret out ihe alien outcasts. ' Other
brief talks were given by Captain Todd
of Woodburn, veteran of two wars;
Comrades Garrison and MoOHon of
McMinnville, Chris Quayl of Silver
ton, Hull, Kinnrow, Wilson and Cheno
weth of Salem.
Resolutions were passed regarding
the death of the late Captain Hardy
of Portland, the last survivor of the
Perry expedition that opened Japan to
the outside world.
Other meetings of a like character
ere scheduled for Albany, McMinn
ville, Woodburn and wherever two or
more camps can get together. The
state department plans to make this a
banner year in its whole history
DIM STUDENT BODY
TO TAKE PART IN PLAY
Plans are under way for the presen
tntlon of a high school play on the
evening of December 19 In the high
school auditorium. Instead of an in
dividual class presenting It, the entire
student body will be represented in the
cast, and "The House Next Door," by
J. Hartley Manners, has been chosen
as the production which would best
bring out to the best advantage the
talent of the players. Miss Thompson.
of the English department, Is coach'
ing the players; A. J. Gillette is acting
as faculty manager and Virgil Starr is
serving In the capacity of student man
ager. Elmer Dierks has been appoint
ed stage manager, with Ralph Hamil
ton as his assistant, and Ira Caves, aid
ed by Robert Littler, has accepted the
responsibility of property manager for
OVERSEAS MEN WILL
AID RED CROSS DRIVE
Overseas men of Willamette univer
sity have come to assistance of local
Red Cross chapter in the third annual
roll call campaign, and will present
the drive to the movies of the city on
(Saturday, Sunday and Monday nights,
in three-minute talks. There will be
one speaker and one talk in each of
thre movies for the days named. The
men will appear in uniform.
The schedule will be:
Saturday night Ed Norene at the
Oregon, Verne Bain at the Liberty and
Lemuel Esteb at the BUgh. Sunday
night Harold Miller at the Oregon,
Ed Norene at the Liberty and Bryan
Conley at the Bllgh. Monday night
Verne Bain at the Oregon, George
Lewis at the Liberty, and Vernon Klos
ter at the Bligh.
The roll call campaign was present
ed at Willamette during the chapel
hour Friday by several of the students,
and resulted tn an almost unanimous
enrollment of the student body. Full
reports are not in as yet, but indica
tions are that very few of the students
did not sign up. Miss Myrtle Smith
was chairman of the meeting and ex
soldlers Victor A. Collins and Harold
Miller spoke on the work of the Red
Cross overseas while Raymond Atte
bery presented the present roll call
program. Constance MacLean render
ed the "Marsellalse" on the pipe organ
a an opening, number.
Chicago. The saloon at Oakley
avenue and Van Buren street Is now
the Gospel Tabernacle. Rov. J. R.
Beverldge Is the pastor.
Portland, Or. Oscar Johnson got
quick results. Rushing Into the police
station he said he'd been robbed of
$40 he left in his shirt pocket upon
retiring. Cops searched him and
found the money.
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171 S. Commercial Phone U07
QUARANTINE HAY BE
DECLARED IN TUP
That It may become necessary to de
clare quarantine Is adfqoted districts
where thrlps are causing damage to
fruit crops Is contained ta a bulletin
Issued by the department of etomol
ogy. Oregon AgrleiUtaral college.
Growers within the Infested districts
are asked to take speeial precautions
to combat the pert that threatens to
wreck greater damage next year.
According o the report the pear
thrlps appeared tn Oregon in destruc
tive numbers for the first time this
past season. The most serious Injury
was to prunes In the Liberty district
near Salem. Outbreaks occurred in ad
jacent fruit sections toehidlng north
ern Linn and eastern Polk counties.
All variety of fruit trees were attack
ed. Following s careful survey of the
problem the report says It was deemed
advisable to visit sections In California
effected with the thrlps and by review
ing the situation and experiences there
conferring with authorities and grow
ers, attempt to gain Information which
would assist' growers here In avoiding
unnecessary mistakes and aid them In
formulating ' plans In their endeavor
to cope with this new pest and the
problem of Its control aDd the preven
tion on its spread
lem and elsewhere, and other features
that are to be brought forward without
previous announcement, are to be
made regular parts of the Sunday pro
gram. The Bible class conducted by Judge
Penson is proving to be one of the most
wonderful series of inspirational lec
tures ever given in the city. The Judge
is a devout historian, with the teach
er's ability to present his subject in an
interesting manner. The class is open
for all men, and all are invited.
After being thrown from his automo
hit. ..an if sViiVieil and overturned
(Tuesday, C. I. Stafford, ad Oregon City.
merchant, was taken to the nospiiai
with broken ribs and other injuries.
Also Jnnk of All Kinds ;
Best Prices Guaranteed
The Square Deal Hons
371 Chemeketa St, Phone SOS
WE WILL FntCHASE TOUR
Ranges, Heaters, Cook Stoves,
Beds, Mattresses, Springs, Bureaus
Commodes, Sew lng Machines,
Dishes. In fact, any article which
you wish to sell.
Call Us Up
We Pay Beat Possible Prices.
Moral: It puts f I in your purse.
Lucas & Needham
' Perry and Liberty fits,
SUNDAY SCHOOL GOAL
SET AT 1000 STUDENTS
A goal of 10 00 pupils has been set
as the winter's "stunt" for the First
Methodist, Sunday school. It has not
yet been reached, but the change of
time schedule from the war basis to
that of normal living has made it pos
sible for more, people to get ready on
time 9:45 on Sunday mornings and
the attendance has Increased wonder
fully In the past two. weeks.
, An orchestra is being proposed, with
enough pieces to present some excel
lent concert music. Surprise addresses
by prominent men and women of Sa-
AH Revere Tires in Stock IS Ter
. , Cent Less
Reg. Price IS Per Cent Less
80x3Vi $20.90 .w $17.77
32x314 $21.75 18.BS
81x4 $28.75 ..... ; .....134.45
32x4 $29.30 $24.90
33x4 $28.65 ... $24.28
34x4 $31.70 ........$J8.9B
32x4 $49.90 $43.42
33x4 $50.20 .... $42.73
36x414 $59.70 .$60.75
1 Save Your Rim Cut Tires
."Motorllfe" In your gasoline will
clean your engine and give you
more power. A trial win convince
Goodrich 6000 asd '8060 mfle tires
CLARK'S TIRE BOUSE
319 North Commercial St
Monday, Nov. 10th, a2?
2 miles east of Salem, on Garden Road consisting of
10 fine Jersey dairy cows, fresh and coming fresh,
all heavy milkers; 2 Jersey heifers rising 3 years old
freshen in spring; 1 Jersey bull, 2 years old from the
best stock; 1 Duroc brood sow; 1 team, 5 and 6 years
old weight about 2650 pounds, a good general pur
pose team1 sound and true; Farm implements, bug
gies, hacks, harness, etc.
Doti't Miss This Sale
A: FRANKE, Owner F. N. WOODRY, the auctioneer
1 Phone 510 or 511
List your sales with Woodry for Results
Steinbock Junk Co.
All kinds Scrap Iron, Junk, Metal, Rubber, Rags
Highest Gash Market Price
WE WANT AND WRECK
326 N. COMMERCIAL, PHONE 305
Don't Forget the Number
0 The Electric Duzz-AII Motor Set
The latest electrical labor-saving device for the home. The motor and ten at
tachments will do many laborious tasks
Drill Holes ; '
Polish Finger Nafls
Massage Face ;
, Stir Dressings
v. Vibrate the Body
- Clean Skillets '
Etch Initials .
Mother's Baking Days4 Are Over
. The Family Now Eats
And They all Say, "It's Just Like HOME-MADE
BREAD Try a Loaf Today
BAKKE-RITE SANITARY BAKERY
457 State Street ;
Bin-basks, Ameriean Wondere i
Netted Gems, Pride ef Mnltno
-utuj, uttjuefc tiiuu, x&riy Jtose.
We will he read to eommenee
shipping as boob as yon have fully
matured stock to offer. Phone
717 or address 642 State Street,
T Chinese Medicine and Tea Ob. t
X Hat medicine which will cure any X
t1 known disease.
X Open Sundays from 10 A. If. T
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usui o r, m
153 South High St.
f Salem. Oregon. Phone 2S3 J
To Net 4.80 Per Cent to 6 Per Cent
Government and Municipal Bonds Bought and Sold
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
205 Oregon Bldg. Salem, Ore.
Save from 10$ to 20$
A Store Full of Bargains
We Buy, Sell and Exchange
Peoples Furniture Store
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE
New and 2nd Hand Goods Bought, Sold
271 North Commercial St. ' Phone 734
For Long Distance Auto Trucking
Willamette Valley Transfer Co, ;5ST.
WE ALSO DO LOCAL HAULING.
A SALESMAN WILL CALL UPON YOU AND DEMONSTRATE ONE UP
ON REQUEST. PHONE 85.
PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT & POWER CO.
AT THE PANAMA - PACIFIC EXPOSITION,
SAN FRANCISCO, 1915, THE
THE INSTRUMENT Or QUALITY
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Award for (
THIS WAS IN COMPETITION WITH OTHER
, PHONOGRAPHS WHICH WERE AT THAT TIME
USING THE SO-CALLED RE-CREATION TESTS.
The tone-supremacy of the SONORA is acknowl
edged by all who hear it in comparison with other
Many improvements and tone-refinements have
been made since 1915 and today the SONQRA stands
without a peer in the phonograph world.
Sonora Dealer in Salem,
415 Court Street