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rl HE DAILYCAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1?,.
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s CCRI1.ENT EVENTS
Nov. 14 Monthly member,
ehlp meeting ComniefcluH club
8 p. in. Banquet and enter
tainment Nov. 14. Salesmen's club
forms, Commercial club, 8 p.
Nov. 14. Marlon and Polk
County Medical Asmq., Office
Commerclnl club, 7:30.
Nov. 14 HiiKiiar at Pres
Dec. 19 "Th House Next
Poor," hish school auditorium.
Dec. 8-4 Bazaar In St. Jo
Love, the jeweler. 3.17 State St.
Hatches, diamonds, Jewelry. Repuli-
. 1llrs or ,ne coun.
try is of such vital Importance as to
le of Interest to all. The meeting will
"isMi ai riKni o clock
Held ut the armory
"uru lo accommodate the lartcw
"irons mat in expected
to hear the
l.V, November 9llth hna'R. WhitA v Air nnrt fi T
been definitely set n th .. .....
, h, ,, ,. as recoraeo at tue court house
shed on lot eiitht hiw :.u." '..!?. ch 125 candidate, will be initiated, lb 600'
cibtiL, nur win 1 . ,
ThP st..!!,,,, , -s... piumpiiy at lour odock
nn,V J, u. ".'I? " the Hfternoon. in the club rooms on
house roacl,ui L. ". l" uth .Liberty street. All Elks in the
- """'"" city will meet at the club at 7:30 and
. HISKest game of the season free ,T''Ck " b0,y t0 the armorV. ib
Kvery run counts. Ai? members liltnr ' wrv an ' wnere ' banquet will be
t -W. O. W. meethiK S ! r" Wd at 8 c,ock' and tensive
Members only oVMif! 01"nlon' there will be no dance.
in j,ne ifair to be exclusively for Elks.
Clifford Latour Li.vel,.,i i,,,...,. .comn,ltt charge of arrange-
on or .vir. a,i Mrs. L(ltollI. LoveIttnJ H , v ' . ,r L , -""l'osea oi An order compellling Louis L. Aral
oi Jerrerson, died earlv thi. .'"l"' .t,""lm"i
invi rjrwiii jL,ewis.
the transfw of 55.38 acres of land
near Stayton to Gibson T ami Ijiiirn
cost about $500,
i Dance new Auburn hall Saturday
night. fttlotn'B best'five piece orches
Lilian Gish Is Star In
."Broken Blossoms" Coming! and end
most pleasant kind and people have, and whU-h has been watched by a de-
been good enough to say many nice j voted public through nnmrmns nthpi-
'ouragmg things about my work Griffith productions and is soon to be'
in 'Broken Blossoms.'" 'seen so splendidly in that remarkable
Thus spoke Miss Lillian dish -the art sensation "firvken Hluasoms" at
real Lillian Cilsh. And to show the sim- the Oregon Theatre.
tkliclti' nf hwi tnuta un.l thii nmHuatv f !
erywhere. So much is expected of ft her wishes, she was Induced to speak' Willi,, 8. folsom, a resident of
star, for the public is of such exacting !of her work under D. W. Griffith's di- Oregon for 44 years and widely known
and changing tastes. Fortunately for ! rectlon, a work that found Its first real , throughout the state, died at Dufu'.
me, my experiences have been of the expression In "The Birth of a Nation," , Sunday, aged 75.
"I would be terribly nervous were I !
to become a star and be exploited ev- i
District Judge George H. Eingham
Elks in the left this city today for Eugene where
j he will sit on the bench for Judge
, Sklpworth. He will be In the college
i town the remainder of this week, and
probably a part of- next week. Judge
j Kelly, department No. 1, district court
I is on the bench in Portland this week.
Mis. M. I). Kills of Dallas, return
ed to her home In the l'olk county
city this morning, after a brief visit
With relatives here.
Lena Belle Tartar, teacher of sing
ing, 1U2 Liberty St. N. Phone 334 or
H. J. Wenrlernth
i n .......1 v. . ""iiii
-. - .,np,lai artei. a b,.ie( llnesi)
Tile hiulv f., . -
, , "wurueu to jciterson
for burial by the W. T. Klgdon umler
Special meeting of Salem lodge No,
r. v a. ai , , this
in the K. C. degree,
E. T. Albert of Portland was the
pucst of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T.
C, Albeit, ycHterdny. He rcturne'i
Dr. S. C. Stone can be found at Ty
It'f'd drug store, 107 South Commer
cial street. 2011
James T. liraml, Marshfiehl attor
ney, is here on business before the
supreme court today.
dance Stayton Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. George Martin, 1032
Korth 16th street, have gone on an
e 'ended vacation trip.
T rma N.TerwUliger,licenaed lady em
t ar with Terwilliger Funeral Home,
Mrs. It. A. Nudon of Harrlsburg Is
t' it guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. Eckerlin, B05 North Liberty street
WV L. Garrett, who holds a high po
" m in the Artisan lodge, Is here
, ,n Portland, attending to business
unci ted with the lodge.
U. V. Hogg of l'olk county, dealer!
in 1'oluiid China swine, angora goats !
and White Hock chickens, has taken j
a number of his best animals audi
birds to Portland for exhibit at the!
live stock exposition wiiich opens!
there next .Monday. Mr. Hogg has,
never failed, heretofore. i i.,.,w
home a few prizes.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will serve cafeteria lunch
both at noon and evening, Friday, at
the church. 209
- Pauline Aral and Augustin P. Aral.
defendants In a suit to' collect on a
mortgage and promissory note, to pay
$ jjj.to S. S. Gibson, plaintiff. $2750 and
$191 for costs of the trial, was made
Wednesday by District Judge Blng
7, j Gibson sued -to collect on a prom
" jlssory note for $2750. and to foreclose
: a mortgage on property transferred
to. him in paymeait of the note.
Mr. and Mrs. Hop Lee, Chinese, re
siding ut 13th and State streets, are
the proud parents of a ruddy cheeked
8 1-2 pound boy. He was born Mon
day and was named Leslie Hop Lee.
Mr. Hop Lee, who is retired, will di
rect his energies toward schooling
his infant son in American states
manship, friends say.
ig dance Tuner Friday Nov. 14.
madge orchestra. 269
3. S. Parker and L. V. Baker, both
. Albany, were in Salem yesterday,
racted here by the presentation of
he Masijuerader" at the opera
use last evening.
John H. Lewis, engineer manager
the Warmsprings irrigation dls
t In Jrfalheur county, called at the
ce of State Engineer Cupper on
ration business this morning.
, W. -Cunningham, consulting en
f ier, Is here from Portland today
o.i business with the state engineer's
o ice at the state house.
Mr. and Mrs. George Conkey, prom
fnent Independence residents, were In
Salem yesterday. Mrs. Conkley under
went a minor operation at the Salem
The time Nov. 14th, 10 a. m.
The place Presbyterian church.
The, attraction Big bazaar. Free con
cert in auditorium at 8 o'clock. 209
The Albany court of the Foresters
of America, have surrendered their
charter and become affiliated with
the local court, Sherwood No. 19. At
the meeting of the Saem court next
Tuesday, a number of the Albany
members will be present, aud twenty
new candidates will be Initiated. The
Albany court had a personnel of thir
The Business and Professional Wo
men's club, now in course of organi
zation, will hold a meeting this eve
ning at 7:30, in the Y. W. C. A. rooms
on Liberty street. Business will be the
admission of charter members and
the general outlining of the program,
to be followed by a talk by Miss Ger
trude P. Bader of Seattle, national
field secretary, who will discuss top
ics of interest to all progressive wo
men. A large attendance is invited. ,
Frank Holder, formerly manager
of the Western Union telegraph of
fice here, but now a radia operator
in the U. S. navy stationed at the
Bremerton navy yard, la in Salem to
day renewing acquaintance with his
numerous friends. Although enlisting
only for the duration of the war
Holder has decided to continue in
the service for the time being at least
in order to do his bit toward reliev
ing the serious shortage which exists
in the personnel of, that organization.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kearth have
returned to their home on North
Commercial street after spending a
fc.iort visit in Dallas where they went
to attend the armistice day celebrations.
Mrs. D. D. Olmstead has reported
lo the police the theft of two jarde
Tilorg, filled with geraniums, which
were stolen from her poch Monday
The women of the First Christian
eburch were entertained by the man
agement of the Cherry City bakery
yesterday. The women were shown
through the plant and were guests at
a dinner in the building.
Mr. and Mrs. John Marr, Jr., who
have been spending a few days visit
at the home of the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Marr, Sr., on South
High street, have returned to their
home in Astoria.-
S. Benson, of the state highway
commission, and Hebert Nunn, state
highway engineer, will leave Oregon
about December 3 for Louisville, Ky.,
where they will attend the conven
tion, of the national association of
state highway officials." The conven
tion will be held December 9.
boosting the score two points
ahead of James Elvln's team, the biff
bailers under Captain John W. Todd
won an easy game last night at the
T. W. C. A. gymnasium. The run last
night was 19 to 6. George D. Aldon,
marked hv his rett sweater, could be
wen slinging them across for Elvln's
leant, but could not get organized sup
port to push the secretary's boys to
LILA TiEE AND
. ELLIOTT DEXTER
OP THE WOLF"
The home of Arthur Baldwin, West
Salem, was burglarized some time
last night, and about $85 worth of
clothing stolen. Police were investi
gating today, and working on infor
mation offered by Baldwin that he
suspected a certain young man whom
he had befriended. Officer W. J.
Wright also investigated last night the
burglary of the Roberts grocery store,
456 Court street, and found that only
four boxes of grapes had been stolen.
Who the men will be who shall di
rect the destinies of the Salem Com
mercial club next year is puzzling
many. At the monthly meeting of the
club Friday evening a nominating
committee, to name candidates for
the offices, will be appointed. Then,
at the December meeting of the club,
election of officers will be held. No
one claims knowledge of who might
be named to fill the chairs the ensu
ing year. It is the hope of many
members, however, that the success
ors will De a progressive a
now in control.
The Rotary club this morning dis
nntnhorl invitations to secretaries of
all trade crafts in the city to urg'
the r mem hers to attend the mass
meeting next Tuesday evening at
which E. B. Fish, machinist from a
Seattle shipyard, will talk on "True
Americanism." An effort is being
to have every Salemite attend the
eeting as the message of Mr. J) isn is
VON EY KEREN At the Deaconess
hospital, November 13, 1919, Eva
Lneila, wife of John Von Eykeren
of West Stayton, at the age of 37
years. She is survived by her hus
band, one son 2 years old, and a sis
ter, Mrs. Pert Peebles, 1010 North
Cottage street, Salem.
Funeral services will be . from the
Tenviiltgcr Hoite Saturday morning
at 1 0 : 1) 0 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Lovell will
officiate and burial will be in the Odd
Rome, Nov. 1 2. The Holy See has
officially recognized the new govern
ment of Jugo-Slavia, it was announc
ed today. The Serbian government
soon will appoint a representative to
the Holy See, it was also announced.
lyitj Chalmers, first class mechan
ical condition, electric lights, start
er, all leather upholstered, $850.
Oscar B. Gingrich Motor
& Tire Co.
371 Court street. Phone 835
Good 5 passenger car will trade
for what have you
U. S. GARAGE
Phone 1753 654 Ferry St.
Our estimable -con-'
duct has caused us
to be commended
by the people of
this CO mmunity.
They have faith In
our ability and de
pendability and wo
(3, will see to it that
no incident of our
shall lose us their
MADE TO ORDER TO FIT
YOU R WINDOWS.
340 Court Sreet
0. A. C OREGON GAME
Tickets on sale at
' AT THE
254 Korth Commercial
Dr. CB. O'Neill
STATE g STREET , . HH e RKu Riunr
5Tar8fr State ai?d
DO AWAY WITH
How to Purify a Souur, Distressed
Stomach in a Few Minutes
Let us talk plain Knglish; let us cafl
a spuko a spade.
Your food ferments ml your stomacli
isn't strong enough to digest the food
you put into it, so the food sours and
forms 'poisonous gases, and when it
docs leave your stmach it lins not fur
nished proper nourishment to the blood,
and has left the stmach in a filthy con
dition. Take Mi-o-na stomach tablets if you
want to change your filthy stomach to
a healthy cleau purified one..
If Mi-o-na fails to relieve your in
digestion, rid you of dizziness, bilious
ness and sick headache your dealer will
cheerfully refund yftur money.
If you want to make your stomach
so strong that it will digest a hearty
meal without distress and you want
to be without that drowsy, all tired out
feeling, take Mi-o-na; it should give
you prompt relief. For sale by all
leading' druggists. ( ':
AT FtlPFMF MrtiMf-i-CTy
M LUyLlML P. M. NOV. I d I! Ifl
Special trains leave Portland at 8 a. m. arriving at Salem 9:45 a. m. on both
Oregon Electric and Southern Pacific. Reach Eugene in time for dinner.
5,700 SEATS UNDER
RESERVED SEATS ON SALE IN SALEM.. AT.. HAUSER BROS.
The Stage Is AH Set for Friday and Saturday. Our
IS ATTRACTING EAGER BUYERS FROM FAR AND NEAR. FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY WILL WITNESS THE HEAVIEST BUSINESS OF OUR
SALE. EVERYONE NOW KNOWS THAT OUR PRICES ARE
Less Than Today s Cost
W. T. EIGDON CO.
258 North High Street '
SANITARY BEAUTY PARLORS
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Salem ladies can now secure expert' service in this
line. We are experienced hands, formerly of Meier
& Frank, Portland
OPEN TUESDAY NIGHTS BY APPOINTMENT
Now located at 202 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
CHILDREN'S SHOES LADIES' SHOES
Children's brown, black and Assorted styles in lace or button, Kid, Gun
, . , .,- Metal and Patent Leather, all sizes. Regular
patent leather shoes, suit- $5.06, $6.00 and $7.00
able for dress or ' school v r"""f
wear. Sizes H to 2. Regular lJJ j
, $5.00 sale QJ? O tlJ? QJJ
- LADIES' SHOES AND PUMPS
nftiw piinrc One lot, some are Hanan made shoes and pumps.
BOYS SHOES Sizes 2Vfc to 4 only. Worth $8, $10 and up to $12.
Boys black calf shoes, Much- iftXk tssX
er lace, sizes 11 to" 2. Regu- lfcjL fTc
lar $3.50 and $8.. Special at ip'OU'U'
LADIES' FANCY SHOES
. Ladies' Grey, Patent Leather, Two Tone With
BOYS' SHOES ' Cloth Tops, High or Low Heels, all sizes.
r, , , , , u Regular $8, $9 and $10.
Boys black gun metal shoes - '
for dress or school, sizes 2 'a (vJJ p'T J ' "
to 6. Regular $5.00 sale CpOjojy j)
: LADIES' DRESS SHOES
ROY' HIPH TOPS Ladies' Brown Kid cloth top, Military Heel, all
duio mun luro gizes AlgQ Ladies, Wikh Elk ghoes in one lot
Boys' black or tan shoes, 12- Regular $9.00 and $10.00
inch top, bellows tongue, tfffa T F 1
- MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Black calf, blucher lace, as
sorted lasts. Our regular $9
and $10 sellers
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Black blucher lace, 10-inch
top, O'Donnel make, all sizes.
Regular $12.00' values
MEN'S ARMY SHOES
Men's tan army shoes Buck
ingham Hecht make, regu
: . lar $7 and $8
MEN'S HIGH TOP
Reg. $11, 16-in top ...$ 7.95
Reg. $13, 12-in top........$ 9.95
Reg. $15, 16-in top $10.95
Dayton's make loggers
Reg. $10, 10-in top ...$ 6.95
Reg. $11, 12-in top.'...::..$ 7.95
Reg. $12, 12-in top........$ 8.95
326 State Street
0 Salem, Oregon