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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1919.
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I Edwin Savage arrived in Salem last The trial of Ed Olsen, 22, accused! 1822, as originally determined, the J
J evening, having motored down from of refusing to give information as ! house foreign affairs committee today
4 tcoliax, wasn. tie win ue me gupsi i ms name ana a-uarrwa -nitm uic-u n.v
jot hisjiarents, . Mr. and Mrs. N. S. the victim in an auto accident on
' Savage for the coming week. Mr. Sav-j Front street last month, in which Ol
i iage reports the roads hi terrible con- ;en is alleged to have been careless
1 ditkin in some places, and ideal in in driving, will be held in the justice
! others. . jof peace court Wednesday at 10
U -1 OFTOflETRIST-OPTiaAN
Nov. 17-18 Convention
state commercial club secretar
Nov. 18 Mass meeting, ar
mory, E. B. Fish, topic, 'True
Nov. 19 Rotary Club, Hotel
Nov. 19 Business Mm's
League, Commercial club, 8
Deo. 19 "The House Next
Door," high school auditorium.
! o'clock. Carey Martin, attorney, will
Fair and Warmer- Sunday all day. i E. C. Mcllwain, who recently held aeiena uisen p.. u .
270 !a sale on his ranch near Howell prai-1 charges.
Dance Saturday night armory. 27011
Dance new Auburn hall Saturday
jiierht. Salem's best five niece orches
Dance Saturday night armory. 270"
Adjutant General Conrad
went to Portland Thursday
Dance Saturday night armory. 270
1920 Velie Sixes on display. Salem
Velie company, 162 N. Com'l. 272
Mildred Marshall, stenographer in
l'roiu Portland Thursday.
ounn Matun lieiuley, 4!
local hospital last night after
rie, will leave Sunday wnn nis wiie
and son for California tfi remain the;
Funeral services for Mrs. Kva Luella
Ul?u i i : un .'. . .....,.,.
brief entire winter, intrir mumwun Von KvKeren, wno giwi i uie iwuraii-
, -V. ; .. v, rl tlm familf Will . , . , . ,1.,,. ..-ill l. 1. 1 .1
ness. The body is at the W T. Kig- t . ..,.. ,r n,,r nf the - .J. -.1, c,..,.
nirlors Arrange-- train me inw(uiBci
and funeral have 1 sotnern Part of the stat during their j mortling at 10:30 o'clock. Reverend
;bujuui ii iii7io. (j, j, lOVell Will conuuui wit? fi viutfs
land burial will be in the Oddfellows
Returns from the third Red Cross cemetery. Mrs. Eykeren was the wife
roll call are coming in slowly only ' ef jhn Eykeren of Stayton. She was
two outside districts reporting yester-:37 years old and Is survived by her
nay. uonaia sent in us compute husband, a two-year-oia son una one
ments for burial
not yet been made.
"Fair and Warmer'
Sunday all. day.
Jens Dangarda, B0 years of age, ttl." 4n b11j onp tne intlenend
died at the. state hospital Thursday, i ence uraI routes contributed S.
Dangaard was committed to the instt- jjone Df tne larger auxiliaries hve
tution from Coos county about a year sent in tneir ,.eportSi; and the total at
ago. He was born in Denmark. He noon to(jay amounted to J338.
has neither friends nor relatives in ,
this country, according to the hospit
"Fair and Warmer"
Sunday all day.
C. A. Doveli of the Oregon Agricul
tural college is here today checking
over the September and October
claims of ex-service men -attending
the institution under the provisions
ot the soldiers' educational aid bill..
I The .U. of O.-O. A. C. football game
at Eugene tomorrow will take several
state officials to the university town
on "business." Among those who
have signified their intention of visit
ing Eugene on this occasion are F.
A. Elliott, state forester; J. A. Church
ill, superintendent of instruction, ami
Dr. W. H. Lytle, state veterinarian.
"Fair and Warmer"
Sunday all day.
Phone 35 for drugs. Prompt deliv
ery. Tyler's drug store.
Evangelistic meetings are in pro
gress at the Jason Lee Methodist Epis
copal church every evening, Saturday ' Mr. and
excepted, at 7:30 o'clock. Reverend home after
P. M. Blenkinsop sings and speaks at friends in Portland.
the meetings, and is proving to be a
great drawing card.
sister, Mrs. Bert Uebles, of 1010 North
An effort was being made today
by the entertainment committee of
the Elks to get some boxers for the
entertainment program next Thurs
day evening at the antlered herd's ini
tiation exercises. Physical Director O.
J. Hull, of the T. M. C. A., is cooperat
ing with the committee and is seeking
information of any one that will be
willing to enter the ring that night.
There will be about 125 new members
inducted into the Elks that night. A
banquet and, entertainment has been
arranged, begins at 7:30 p. m.
Mrs.- Earl Anderson are
a few days visit with
Not a Filler A Preservative
Will increase life of Tires :
40 per cent. ;
Guaranteed no loss of air. '
Will do away with all j
punctures up to a twenty-;
penny spike, . !
No rim cuts, no fabric j
breaks, no stone bruises.
Will not injure rubber.
MARVEL TIRE LIFE CO.
Edward Keyes, Mgr.
146 Center St., Salem, j
STATE a STRUT
- UddBush Bank!
TEftbr Slate aft
0. A. C OREGON GAME
Tickets on sale at
MADE TO OEDKK TO FIT
YOU RW1NWWS. .
34(1 Court Sreet
1016 Chalmers, first class mechan
ical condition, electrie lights, start
er, all leather upholstered, $850. "
Oscar B. Gingrich Motor
& Tire Co.
371 Court street. Phone 635
254 North Commercial
Good 5 passenger car will trade
for what bave you "
U. S. GARAGE
Phone 1733 S34 Ferry St.
Holiday dance Stayton Tuesday,1
Born To Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Her
ren, 1586 State street, at 4 o'clock
this morning, a son.
Norma N.Terwilliger,'ucensed lady em
balmer with Terwilliger Funeral Home,
Special meeting of Demolay Com-
mandrey No. 6 K. T. Monday evening.!
Nov. 17th. Work in the Temple de
gree. There will be visitors from sev
eral Commandries and a banquet af
ter the work. Visiting Sir
Joe Richardson, deputy state treas
urer, and C. K. Knickerbocker, a clerk
in the treasurer's office, went to Port
land this morning to deliver another
$1,000,000 worth of state highway
bonds, a part of the $10,000,000 issue n patient at the state hospital.
authorized by the last legislature.
W. Harris, attendant at the state
hospital, found- guilty by a jury in
Judge Unruh's court yesterday,' was
fined $35 iind costs of the trial this
morning by Judge Unruh. Harris was
charged with assaulting Louis Jensen,
Mrs. B. E. Cariier and Miss Laura
Bell, were guests of their brother, S.
W. Bell of Rickreall,.for a few days
during the first of the week.
The remains of Dr. O. B. Estes, for
merly a physician of Astoria, who died
yesterday at a local hospital, have
been shipped by the Terwilliger home
to Astoria for burial. The widow of
Dr. Estes resides in that city.
Gj-and commander of Oregon, Frank
Baillie. will attend the initiation
Knights ceremonies of 11 new candidates in De
Mr. and Mrs. Ben R. Perkins will
leave this city Saturday for Olympia,
Wash., for a visit with their parents
Several weeks ago the Perkiiis chil
dren went to Olympia and Mrs. Per
kins, who has been confined in a Sa
lem hospital for several days, will
join them there. Mr. Perkins will re
turn here after three or four days.
,Fred Williams, of the public ser
vice commission, accompanied by Ed
Wright, his assistant, are spending a
few days in Portland.
Mils' Maine Victor has returned to
O. A. C. after a short visit with her
parents in Salem.
C. G. Gram, state labor conimis
sioner, will leave tonight for Portland
and Tillamook orKbusiness.
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Miss Lena Belle Tartar, who spent
r a few clays with her parents in Cor-
L. L. Quackenbush of this city, and vallis the first of the week, has re-
Si' ' IN
11 THE PERFECT LOVER
H - SENNETT'S ,
, UNCLE TOM WITH
OUT THE CABIN
A tv ft
W. T. EIGDON k CO.
ftSS North High Street
Molay Commandery No. 6, Knights O. R. Wiley of Portland, have opened turned to Salem.
Templar, on Monday, November 17.
Delegatons from Corvallis, Eugene
and Albany will also be in attendance.
The theft of a suitcase at the S. P.
depot last night from A. G. Clark,
Bligh hotel, was reported to police,
who are investigating today. A wo
man, seen to be acting in a suspicious
manner about the depot, is thought
to have stolen the suitcase. It con
tained considerable child's
but nothing of value.
a tire shop in Eugene,' They have lo-1 ANNOUNCEMENT
cated in the Bennett block, beneath j, l. Busick & Son announce the
the Chamber of Commerce rooms, and gaie. Qf their State street store to M.
will be ready for business by the 1st goiof who will take possession Mon
of December. Mr. Quackenbush is in flay, November 1,7th. "W, f. Busick re
the same business with his brother tires from the firm of J. L. Busick &
here, and Mr. Wiley has ben hiana- gon and is entering the Wholesale
ger of the Portland branch of
United States Rubber company.
the grocery business In Salem. J. L. Bu
sick will continue in business at 103
South Commercial and will conduct a
strictly cash store. 270
. State Department Asks For
Earlier Return Of Hero Dead
' At the next meeting of the lltera-
clothing, ture appreciation section of the Salem
I Art league, Nov. 21, the course of
I study to be followed will be decided
An auto driven by George Trott upon. It was announced this morning!
was slightly damaged, left front wheel that the meetings of the literature ap- J
broken and headlight smashed, in a preciation section will be every first j
collision yesterday evening at the in- and third Friday of each month at the! Washington, Nov. 14tT-The state de
tersection of Liberty and . Court, public , library, State and Whiter partment has requested. .Ambassador
streets with a machine driven by W. streets. Miss Flora M. Case is in Wallace at Pari to urge th French
H. Parker. The accident was report- charge of this section, and Mrs. E. C. government to allow the return to this
ed .to police. No one was injured. Richard la leader in studies. ' country 1 of American dead before
Special trains ieave 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 COVER
RESERVED SEATS ON SALE IN SALEM.. AT.. HAUSER feROS
31 MEET ME AT "MEYERS" iiSJt;rr.ir",.t'.V''.,i'!,."'.ty!t
New Fall Showings
AR DAY I tK m 1 1
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New Fall Showings
I THESE SUITS AND COATS SOLD UP TO $57.50, BUT TO MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP OF THE STOCK WE WILL HOLD THIS ORIGINAL EVENT FOR THREE DAYS.
The Biggest Opportunity You Ever Had to Save Real Money
WE SHALL HAVE AN EXTRA FORCE OF EXPERIENCED SALESWOMEJf TO WAIT ON YOU, BUT ADVISE YOU TO ATTEND THIS EVENT EARLY IN THE DAY AND AVOID
THE AFTERNOON CONGESTION. THIS EVENT HAS THEM ALL BEAT. THESE ARE REAL BARGAINS FOR THREE DAYS ONLY. . ' v
Doors Open Sat
urday at 9 a. m." fftlpO
Closes 8 p. m. II JiUiLCOIS