Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, November 28, 1919, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919.
PAGE FIVE.
I Ail Around: Town
CURRENT EVENTS
" Dec. 1 Music class of Salem
Woman's Club meets with Mrs.
Max O. Buren, 745 Court street.
Dec. 1. Business Men's
Luncheon at Commercial club.
Deo. 8-4 Bazaar In St. Jo
seph's hall.
Dec. 5 Winifred Byfd and
Clarence Whitehill concert at
armory.
Dec. 8 Special school elec
tion for increases in teachers',
salary.
Deo. 19 "The House Next
Door," high school auditorium.
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Dance at armory Saturday
night.
282
Elks dance Tuesday night. Dec. 2d,
285;
A. A. Lee returned last night from
Portland where he spent.the holiday
with friends and relatives.
Norma N.TerwUliger,licened lady em
n.ln,., witl. TrwiM;,ro, P,,.! ni
oalmer with Terwilliger Funeral Home,
Phone 35 for drugs. Prompt deliv
ery. Tyler's drug store.
Wolcott Buren, a student at the
University of Oregon, is the holiday
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Max O. Buren.
Dance Query's hall,
tion Saturday night.
Livesley sta
283 The local lodge of Elks will give a
dance Tuesday evening, December 2,
to which all Elks and their ladies are
cordially invited.
Dance at armory Saturday
night.
282
Died Roy Anderson, 9, son of Nels
Anderson, Portland, at state hospital
November 25. Body shipped to Port
land today by W. T. Rigdon undertak
ing company.
Love, the jeweler, 337 State street,
Salem. 304
Market reports received in Salem
today state that the mill feed market
is exceptionally strong. There has
been no change, as yet, however, In
the local situation.
Phone 35 for drugs. Prompt deliv
ery. Tyler's drug store. 282'
William Powell, manager of one of
the Stiff & Son furniture stores on
..Court street, has fully recovered from
a recent Illness, and has resumed his
duties at the establishment.
Mrs. Sarah Robinson, who has been
visiting relatives in Portland and that
vicinity for the past three or four
weeks, returned last evening to her
home, 864 Mill street.
Herbert Darby, son of Mrs. Bertha
Junk Darby and a student at the Uni
versity of Oregon, is spending the
Thanksgiving vacation in 1 Salem
the guest of his mother.
C. L., Wright, proprietor of the Fair
grounds road garage and blacksmith
shop, has leased the garage to Jack
son & Co. for a period of one year.
There is but one fairground garage.
2,82
The body of Roy Ahderson, 9, son
of Nels Anderson, Portland, who died
at a local hospital November 25, was
sent to Portland today by the W. T.
Rigdon undertaking company, where
funeral services and burial will be
held.
Funeral services for Ben Bowden,
31, a former Salem resident who com
mitted suicide in Portland Tuesday,
were held at the chapel of the W. T.
Rigdon undertaking company at two
o'clock this afternoon. Burial follow
ed in the City View cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Race and
daughter, Nadine from Portland are
"spending a few days visiting at the
home of Earl Race, city recorder,
1105 South 12th street. "Mr. Race's
son is engaged in business in the me
tropolis. .
Died Mrs: Anne Z. Strange, 74, at
home of granddaughter, Mrs. P. C.
Rosenberger, 666 Belmont street, at
2 p. m. Nov. 27. Funeral held at Webb
& Clough undertaking chapel at 2 p.
m. today. Body shipped tonight to
Idaho for burial.
John Likusky, 55, the well known
horse man who died here Wednesday,
was buried in the Catholic cemetery
this morning at 11 o'clock. Funeral
services were under the auspices of
the Catholic church, and were held
at the chapel of the Webb & Clough
undertaking firm.
Chas. H." Vincent, who resided In
Salem for a short time last fall after
coming from Dodge City, Kansas, and
who has since been making his home
in the Yakima country, has returned
to Salem and plans to locate here. Ac
cording to Mr. Vincent, the Yakima
district is .very productive but the
climate cannot begin to compare with
that of the Willamette valley.
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A permit to erect a one story frame ""7"; na am conjpns-rfwoiiivo-
ki ..... . ,,c ' I "IB 23 members, wll leave for home
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ter street', was issued today by
city recorder to Ray L. Smith;
house will cost $350. . .
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The.
. The collision of two autos at the
corner of Church and Cbemeketa
streets yesterday evening, driven by
J. B. Cooley, 1276 North Sixth street,
and W. R. Oleson. routs 6, was re
ported to police. They settled the
squabble between themselves and no
arrests were made.
Mr. and Mrs. Norval H. Jones have
returned from a holiday visit with rel
atives in Jefferson. " They brought
with them their little daughter, Hel
en, who will remain over the week
end, returning. Monday to the home
of her grandmother, Mrs. W, H. Sher
man, in Jefferson.
Some damage to the roof resulted
uiiuiiiiey ure last nigut at ine
I Hum? ui rvicK rwers, ijioerty ana cne-
meketa streets. Firemen
were com-
jpell,ed to ut their way through
Tf ".ne P "CL 0 r!ach ,tlie fla
ugh the
"lames
with chemicals. The fire department
?' atc'fLio 1.3,10 , So"th
Liberty street at 7:30 o'clock this
morning where a chimney fire was
inciting much excitement. No damage
was done.
Hurley Moore, a prominent Wood
burn druggst, who was arrested last
Sunday for driving an auto while in
toxicated, will be tried in Judge Un
ruh's court here Monday morning at 1
1 0 o'clock. Moore is said to have
mounted the auto as it stood in front
of his establishment, drove only a few
feet and plunged into an embank
ment at the side of the street. He was '
arrested by the town marshal and
lodged In the jail.
A banquet of the' stockholders in
the Salem Homebuilders Investment
company is being planned for the
first part of next week. The exact time
and place where it will be held' has
not yet been decided. Stock sales in
the company, which was organized for
the purpose of building homes in the
ci,ty to relieve the acute shortage of
housing facilities, continues good, it
was announced today.
A poll of opinion of business men
on who should act as director of. the
Business Men's League next year
shows that William Gahlsdorf, pro
prietor of the Wm. Gahlsdorf House
ware store at 135 North Liberty
street, stands high in favor. They say
that Inasmuch as Gahlsdorf has been
a, leader in activities in the league
and is interested in its welfare as well
as the city's he should be accorded the
position, as not only a token of ap
preciation of his services, but as a
step beneficial to the organization. J.
W.i Chambers, of. Chambers & Cham
bers, has also been named for the di
rectorship. Louis B. Nelson, who was arrested
at Turner several days ago by Sher
iff Needham and Deputy Sheriff
Smith for being disorderly, was sen
tenced to six months in the county
jail by Federal Judge Bean in Port
land Wednesday. Nelson was held by
authorities here for federal officials
when it was discovered that Nelson
had not registered for the draft. He
explained as his reason for not regis
tering that he was subject to fits and
did not think Uncle Sam would want
him in the army.
Thanksgiving day was made a trifle
brighter for the inmates of the Ore
gon state penitentiary yesterday, when
the members of the First Christian
church orchestra entertained them for
an hour with selections from the great
masters and cheerful little musical
gems from composers of our own clay.
The orchestral program was augment
ed by excellent solo work, and inter
spersed with readings, cleverly ren
dered in keeping with the day. The
ready applause with which each num
ber was greeted, was proof positive
that the entertainment was appreciat
ed by the . audience. Miss Martha
Swart, well known in Salem musical
circles, directed the orchestra. The
church plans to give these musical en-'
tertainments at irregular intervals,
and has the hearty recommendation
of prison authorities in its charitable
endeavors.
The degree team of Prospect Camp
W. O. W, of Portland, under corn-
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V. G. SHIPLEY CO.
will receive applications for
employment from a few sales
ladies, experience necessary.
Apply in person Saturday -8 a.
m. 282
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mand of Captain Vred Lawson, will
arrive in Salem Saturday evening. No- f
;vercber 29 at 7:30 o'clock. They will
go at once to the I. o. O. F. hall,
i which has been reifted for the oeca
; sion, by th Salem camp, and will ini
tiate about twenty members Into the
.Woodcraft. After the initiation the
, team and candidates will be given a
the same evening. All Woodmen of
the World are invited to attend the
meeting Saturday evening and witness
the work of the new ritual. Because of
the large crowd expected to attend, it
was deemed advisable to rent the I.
O. O. P. hall for the evening.
Miss Virginia D. Meyer of Chicago
spent Thanksgiving with Capital city
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Morrison of
Dallas were in Salem yesterday, hav
ing come over to spend Thanksgiving
with friends.
Wearing the uniform of Uncle Sams
army, a group of soldiers from Camp;
Lewis are spending the day in Salem !
on official business. Those In the par-1
tyare C. Wallace, William E. Leash, j
J. Foundler and E. B. Jackson. They i
are registered at the Marion hotel.
Mrs. Grace Kenscher of North
Church street, returned last night
from Beaver City, Neb. She left here
about four weeks ago to attend the
settlement of her mother's estate,, the
late Mrs. Elizabeth Lene of Edison.
Mrs. Oenscher also visited at Grand
Island and Columbus, Neb., her girl
hood home, but is extremely glad to
be back again in the webfoot state.
The Christian Commercial Travel-
. era association of America, common
i ly known-as the Gideons, have been
'""trumental in placing 415,357 Bi-
bles in hotel guest rooms in the Unit
ed States and Canada. Sunday shtfuld
be a day long to be remembered in
Salem as the Gideons with the assistance--
of a number of churches and
friends will place Bibles in the boys
state training school and the follow
ing hotels: Marion 125, Bligh 20, Ar
go 25, Capital 25, boys training school
159.
Advanced milk prices to take ef
fect Dec. 1st. 1919: 1 pt. per day per
month $2.40; 1 qt. per day per month
M.60; 3 pt. per day per month $6.60;
2 qt. per day per month $8.70; 5 pt.
per day per month $10.75; 3 qt. per
day per month $12.25; 4 qt. per day
per month $15.25. All extra milk 8c
per pt, 15c per qt. Cream 35c pt.,
table cream 45c pt., whipping cream,
1-4 pt. table cream 10c per. bottle.
Wholesale, In bottles per gal. 48c. in
cans 2 gallons or less 45c per gal.,
in cans 3 gallons ormore 40c per gal.
The advance in price was demanded
by producers owing to high price of
mill feed and advance in operating
expenses in general over that of a
year ago. The dealers being aware of
the shortage of dairy timber of the
responsible kind, agreed to pay an ad
ditional 40c per hundred to reliable
dairymen and charge approximately
the same in proportion to the consum
er,! as the dealers do not feel that
they should forfeit the additional cost,
as the general cost of operating and
delivering has increased very much
over that of 1 year ago. We therefore
agree to continue to serve our pa
trons with milk of good quality and
render good service during the winter
months, for prices listerd. C. H. Os
tron, Salem Sanitary Dairy; Raymond
Eggler, Meadow Lawn Dairy; Mead
ow Lawn Dairy, Fairmount. Dairy.
284
Steers Kicking Wins
For Oregon At Portland
Portland, Or., Nov. 28. Bill Steers,
lemon-yellow quarterback, with his
Fhree drop-kicks and great all around
offensive attack, was chiefly responsi
ble for the Universtiy of Oregon's 15 to
7 victory over the Multnomah Athletic
club team here yesterday afternoon.
Multnomah led, 7 to 3, ut the end of
the first half. "Scrub" Huntington,
who was also an offensive star for
Oregon, plunged tL-ough for a touch
down i i the third period and Steers
game for Oregon.
Huntington was forced out of the
battle, soon after making his touch
down, with a broken nose.
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onuntiKiai-or-iiuAri
ST g STREET
bdds&ush Dank Building
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llSMfo GCale apt .
W.W.MOORE
House Furnisher
HOME OF THE VICTROLA
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
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f Sale of Sales
After Thanksgiving Sale
' SILKS
This will be a matchless Sale of High .Quality Silks
FANCY SILKS IN PLAIDS AND STRIPES;
MESSALINE AND TAFFETAS-EXCEPTIONAL
QUALITY OF FLOUARDS, which run princi
pally in Navy Blue grounds with white figure.
DON'T READ THIS DESCRIPTION JN AN ORDINARY WAY-VVE SAY,
GOOD QUALITY SILKS. SEE THE DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOWS-BUT
DON'T JUDGE WHOLLY BY THAT, COME IN AND FEEL THE SILKS
AND JUDGE THE QUALITY YOURSELF.
AH at One Price, per yard .. ..
SALE STARTS TOMORROW MORNING
Make it the J
BIGGEST CHRISTMAS
Salem ever had
9SBftriBR883BDBEB
Heat Eases Pain
It reduces inflammation and scat
ters congestion.
" There is more concentrated, non
blistering heat in a box of Begy's
Mustarine than in any box the same
size anywhere.
That's why some people call it the
triple extract of heat. But it can not
blister,
BEGY'S
Mustarine
is the world's quickest pain killer.
and contains real yellow mustard.
Use it to end Chest Colds, Sore
Throat and pleurisy overnight.
Rub it on when you want Neuralgia
Neuritis and Lumbago to promptly
disappear.
Use it for Sprains, Strains, Swell
ings, Soreness, Stiff Joints and Neck.
Always in the yellow box. Money
tack if not aa advertised 30 and 60
cents.
S. C. Wells & Co., LeKoy, N. Y.
(Adv)
MEET ME
You Can Always Do Better at
JL XLgoobLgood s fcr
Who Always Do
SPECIAL
'Good 5 passenger cur will trade
for what have you
U. S. GARAGE
Phone 1752 554 Ferry St. I
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For
One of our Roasters is just what you need. The famous "LISK" Sanitary Self it
F We also carry the "SAVORY" Roaster which is priced at $l.n5, $2.40 and $3 ; tt
If your carving set is dull
Cor. Court
and Com'l.
Streets
4-f
11
Let Farmer take
AT MEYERS!
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"Here's Our Old Friend Santa"
Tomorrow we shall have out the Tops and Toys, the wonderful
Chap" has just remembered he is dated for "Meyers" with his loads
of Holiday Goods for young and old. -
Saturday we shall have out the Tops and Toys, the. wonderful
uames ana hooks ana an tnat maKes tne
Boys and Girls happy. So all Boys and Girls
between the ages of 1 year and 80 years be.
on hand and lets all revel in the joys of "
Christmas
Shopping
Better By You
BUY REMNANTS
AT THE
Remnant Store
2S4 North Commercial
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"Her" Comfort
Basting 3-piece Roasters:
No. 0$3.25
No. l--$3.75
No. 2 $4.00
call on us for a new one. Prices ....
IYL-FA1MV:C0.
care of all yo ur HARDWARE TROUBLES
TO
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Make it the
HAPPIEST CHRISTMAS
Salem ever had
DRAPERIES
MADE TO OKDJSK TO FIT
YOU RYVINIlOWS.
C.S. HAMILTON
340 Court Erect '
No. 3 $4.25
No.-4--$4.75
No. 5 $5.25
$2.50 to $15.00 f
Thone
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