Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, November 21, 1919, Page PAGE TWELVE, Image 12

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAIySALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1919.
BIG TRUCKS BARRED
IH HIGHWAYS BY
TECHENICAL ERROR
What i8 to become of the big truck
t.r more than five ton currying eaimc
itj" in Oregon?
That is the question that is staring
tit the face the owners of these leviath
ans of the public highway just now.
Heretofore the state has been licen-s'.-ig
trucks of thin size at $5 per year
tint it has been necessary then to. se
ll: re r permit at ....8 per month from
tl.e county court before the trucks
could use the public highway.
The hiFt legislature made no provis
ion fur the licensing of these largo
trucks in passin Us revised motor ve
hicle lav. In fact a maximum capacity
of fivetons fs specified in the 1919
Int. An interpretation of the law by
Assistant Attorney General Van Win
kle for the benefit of the secretary of
st ite's office fails to uncover any luop
I, lfs whereby the big trucks can claim
it right to recognition on the public
thoroughfare,
Thre applications for the licensing of
t. ticks of more than five tons capacity
1 ue already been received at the an
toiiiooilf registration department of
the secretary of state's office ml more
ai-e expected as there are probably 100
ot! the.-e trucks in operation in Oreecon
at this time.
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Coming to The Bligh Next Sunday
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North Howell Items.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
North Howell, Nov. 21. MPs. Les
ter W'altumn died in the Salem hos
pital following un operation per
formed by Dr. Hickman Nov. 15.
J units Englebretson was born In Nor
way in ISiHI, came to Oregon with
livr parents when six years of age.
they settled upon n farm in North
1. oh ell Yhere Kie lived until her
niariiane to Jster Waltman, also of
North Howell, Juno 6, 1910; to them
ts born a daughter, Lucille Marie,
who s now three years of age. She
survived by the husband, little
iliiughtwr, a sister nnd mother and a
host of friends who loved her us their
own. Over 200 people Bttended the
funeral services at het beautiful
liome here. Rev. Hall conducted the
services, and sho was laid to rest he
Hide her father in Bethany cemetery
tienr Silverton.
Mrs. E. IS. l'"letchor nnd daughter
Flora until Miss 13d nn Stevens of Sa
lem came out on the stage to attend
ti.e funeral of Mrs. Jurdls Waltnmn,
Miss Irene Jefferson is attending
the Benke-Waiker Business colle.ee
in Portland this winter.
Miss daily Oddle left Wednesday
for Palem where sho will take a six
months course in dressmaking.
Mrs. Waller Smith has as her
guests a sister , and hrother-in-law
ftiiin Oklahoma.
Syd Cutsforth of Idaho is spending
the winter nt A. Bumps.
Airs. Florence Phillips and children
ff Salem visited Sunday at Ellis Stevens'.
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Reports Of Hun Activity
In Baltic Conflicting
London, Nov. Si. Conflicting re
ports regarding activities of Colonel
Bermont's German troops In the BalHc
region were received today.
Dbspatches from Berlin said Ber
mont's armies were marching toward
that city. A Lettish official communi
que from Riga, declared the Letts had
forced Bermont's troops to evacuate
Mitau and Lihuu and that the Ger
mans were withdrawing toward Ger
many and murdering us they went. ;
Peredixo
TooiKPriste
JoUoafy
wner
KEEP IT SWEET
Keep your stomach sweet
today and ward off the indi
gestion of tomorrow try
RM20IDS
the new aid to digestion.
As pleasant and as safa to
tak as candy.
' MADE BY SCOTT BOWNK
MAKERS Of SCOTT'S EMULSION
Compromise Ratification 1
Probable Says Hjtchcock
Washington, Nov. 21. Ratification
of the treaty through compromise is
probable. Senator Hitchcock, adminis
tration leader, declared today in ana-1 voted for ratification in some
lyzinz the senate s failure to ratify on1 Hitchcock said.
Wednesday.
Only fifteen senators voted against
ratification in every form while eighty
form.
Ql .'AIN'T VI LLAGK.lt 9 IN NEW' PI
CFOKIJ FILM "In wrong," in will
ch Jack I'ickford Is to be seen at the
Liberty theater, beginning Sunday is
laid in a country village. The greate
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Waconda News.
(Ctipitnl Journal Special Service
Incarceration Of Jenkins
Protested By United States
Washington. Nov. 21, A protest has
been dispatched to Mexico by the Un
ited States against Incarceration Wed
nesday in the penitentiary in 1'uebla of
William O. Jenkins, U. S. consular ag
ent there, the state department an
nounced yesterday.
This action was taken by the state
department Immediately after receipt
.f official confirmation of Jenkins' im
prisonment.
The note declares that this govern
ment Is "surprised and incensed at
the ve-imprisonment of Jenkins, par
ticularly in view of the sufferings anl
losses already sustained by him in
connection with his kidnaping due to
lack of protection by Mexican authori
ties and because of his subsequent ar
rest.
r number of its characters are theleviewed by a pair of elderly males w
quaint types which one finds far fro ho rival the most energetic female
m largo idties. One of the character!
stic scenes is an Ice cream social at
which all the gossip of the town is r
rv n r I amiIKD confkrkxck likely
DAnnunziorrenaresror un,i.. Nov. 21 An amedon
I JD'JAOli iferenco probably will be called to sit
irOpOSed Kaid Ull OpalatO in London to consider the Russian,
I situation, Premier Lloyd-George an
nounced in the house of commons.
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London, Nov. 21. '(I'nited Press.)
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Extensive preparations are being made
by (luhrlele D'Anuunzio for his pro-j
posed raid upon Spalato. according to I
i dispatches from Belgrade today, quol- i
ing a semi-official report from Spa
hito. "
D'Annunzio has announced he will 1
return to Zara Novemlter 22 and em-,
bark with 15,000 troops upon his Spa-:
into expedition, according to the dis-l
patches. A naval detachment, which '
has arrived at Zara from Italian ports, ,
will assist the poet, the dispatches stat- 1
ed. ' i
1INX Il.Vl'NTS HAIDKII
Spokane, Wash., Nov. 21. Detect
ives conducted a series of five raids
on alleged radical meeting places of
l'lnlundeis in the city. A quantity of
radical literature In the Finnish lan
guage was seized. One arrest was
made.
;c sk sis $
Waconda. Nov. 21. A business
ivteetlng of the Lades Aid society was
held yesterday afternoon at the home
of Mis. E. M. Palmer. Most of the
members were present nmt the work
fur the ensuing year was discussed.
At a previous meeting the officers
elected were Mrs. A. W. Nusom, pres
ident; Mrs. George Thtlrtwin, vice
president; Mrs. C. C. llussell, nacre
tmy and Mrs. T. A. Loren, treasurer.
It. was (lechled to meet nt Mrs.
rcn's honit) on Wednesday, Nov. 2(1.
Miss Merloni Walker and Vent
Walker were among the S.ileiu visit
ors Wednesday.
Mr, Palmer left last week for Hot
T!lce. Oregon, where lie will spend
pome time, on account of his liiuiitli.
Mrs. M. Fulkcrson, county super
visor of schools, spent Wednesday in
VVnconda.
Miss Flora Policy spent the tvwcli
e.id with Iter mother, Mrs. M. Policy.
Among tho Waconda fiiolball- en
thusiasts attending the Oregon-O. A.
C. game nt Eugene last week were
limner Egan and Ilrynn Goodemnutli,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitthes and
on Merle, spent Thursday in Port
Ir.nd. Mrs. Eugene Mannlnfi vlsitoj Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Stafford Tuidav.
An Important school meetng ias
held Wtdnesdav to elect a direv'toi
to fill tlm vacancy left by J. C. Stv
iigc. N. P. Vinyard was elected for a
li-rin of three years. The important
matter of liuauccs tor the school was
also talked over and the hudftet ap
proved. Mrs. I, A. Loren spent several d.ivs
in Portland last week visiting inemls
mid relatives.
HER DAUGHTER
WAS SAVED
FROM OPERATION
Mrs. Wells of Petersburg
Tells How.
tknniuB to the Oit'jron Sunrluy
W.W.MOORE
House Furnisher
HOME OF THE VICTUOLA
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
1916 Chalmers, first class mechan
ical condition, electric lights, start
er, all leather upholstered, $350.. -. '
Oscar B. Gingrich Motor
& Tire Co.
371 Court street.
Phone 635
Perfect Health Is Yours
If the Blood Is Kept Pure
Almost Every Human Ailment
Is Directly Traceable to Im
, purities in the Blood.
You should pay particular heed
to any indication that your blood
supply is becoming sluggish, or
that there is a lessening in. its
strong and vital force.
By keeping your blood purified,
your system more easily wards off
disease that is ever present, wait
ing to attack wherever titers-is an
opening. A few bottles of S. S. S,
the great vegetable blood medi
cine, will revitalize your blood and
give you new strength and a
healthy, vigorous vitality. Every
one needs it just now to keep the
system' in perfect condition. Go
to your drug store and get a bottle
to-day, and if you need any medi
cal advice, you can obtain it with
out cost by writing to Medical Di
rector, Swift Specific Co., 45 Swift
LaborUgry, Atlanta, Ga,
Just Received
a Big Line
Of Linoleum, Pabecoline and Elxtex Brand floor coverings. We will sell them, at
right prices.
Start Holiday Shopping Now
We have the famous Superior Aluminum which is noted for' its superior quality.
Also a Good Line of Graniteware
FURNITURE AND HARDWARE
At Low Prices .
Capital Hardware and Furniture Co.
Phone 947
Petersburg, Va. "For two years
tny daughter suffered from a weakness
ami funis in tici
ri('ht side; at. times
olio was so bud aba
could not do any
work, for twe
yearg sluT was at
tended by the best
physicians hero, and.
both npreert that
she would have to
be' operated on. I
suKRestevl Lydia E.
l'inkham's Vegeta
ble Compound, and
at first sne refused
to take it, but finally consented. From
the very beginning it helped her, and
now she is entirely well, nnd telling
evervbody how much good it has done
her. ''-Mrs. W. D. Wells, 22i North
Adams Street, Petersburg, Va. .
If every fjirl who suiters as Miss
Wells did, or from irregularities, painful
periods, backache, suieache, drtitf'.n.B
down pains, inflammation or ulceration
would only Rive this famous root and
herb remedy a trinl they would soon
lind relief from such Biiitoring.
r'or special advice women tire asked to
write tne Lvdia K. i'inkham Medicin
Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of forty
Vears experience is at your service.
Grandma Used Sage
Tea To Darken Hair
HIDES
and SACKS
WANTED
Also Junk of All Kinds.
Best Prices Guaranteed
CALL 398
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The Square Deal House
271 CUemeketa St. Phone S98
LM.HUM
care of
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Oo,
Has medicine which will eure say
known disease. -,
Open Sundavs from 10 A. 11.
until 8 P. M.
153 South High St.
Salem, Oregon, Phone 283
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'liHc MiRACLt MAN
ano mane up a mixture of Se Tea
and sulphur to bring back color,
gloss aud youtbfulness
Common (rardeu snsfe browed into a
heavy tea with iililnir addel, will
turn priiv, streaked and faded hair
licaniu'ullv dink and lumiuant. Just
a few appbeations will prove a revela
tion If vour hnir is faded, streaked
or urav. Mixing the 6n(fe Tea and Sul
phur recipe at home, though, is trott
ljlosoine. An essier way is to (jet a
bottle, of Wvetlt's BaBi an4i Sniphur
Compound at any drujj stove all ready
for w. This is the old time recipe
improved bv the additimi of other in-orcflicnts.
While wNpv, aiay, faded hair is not
sinful, we fill dosirc to retnin our
youthful ai'pcarfliire and attractive-
ues iiy ((aiiceiiHiR your nrttr wnn
W'yelli 's'Snirc arid Sulphur Compound,
no one can ten, tice.tuse tt to-,i it so
naturally, so evenly. You just dampen
i sponge or cott imwi wiui at. ami
irnw tills throticjb your linlr, Miiiii one
small strand at a time; by miiniu
all gray hairs have disappeared, aud.
after another Application or two. your
linir beeomes beautifully dark, jilosny,
sift and luxuriant. (Adv)
For Long Distance Auto Trucking
Willamette Valley Transfer Co.
WE ALSO DO LOCAL HAULING.
Phone
Expert Service
In Hair Dressing. Manicurinfr. Shamoooina1.
Scalp Treatments, Etc. We solicit the patronage of
Salem ladies who desire the services of experienced t
beauty specialists.
SANITARY BEAUTY PARLORS
Under New Management
202-20:5 Salem Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Steinbock Junk Co.
WANTS
All kinds Scrap Iron, Junk, Metal, Rubber, Rags
Sacks, Hides.
Highest Cash Market Price
WE WANT AND WRECK
OLD AUTOS - V
32G N. COMMERCIAL, PHONE 303 '
Don't Forget the Number
I "Where Your Dollar Buys the Most.
OOP -XT l :1 C4vnn4
Trade in Your Old Furniture
MIF! r a nr n 'Bill!
mi : YumT Y.nml-
iff'' ' ' w
1m Mince rie . nA
AND
THANKSGIVING
LET US DO YOUR THANKSGIVING BAKING. PIES, CAKES
...... . . - - mMu -so- rs.vnAX&a3i "
DOUGHNUTS, ROLLS, AND, OF COURSE
Rite Bread
OUR PURE BAKERY PRODUCTS - HAVE THAT HOME
MADE TASTE
SAMITE SANITARY BREAD
437 STATE STREET
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