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All Around Town
Deo. 1 Music claaa of Balem
Woman' Club meets with Mm.
Man o. Hurn, 746 Court street.
Immj. 1- BunlneM Men's
luncheon at Commercial club.
Deo. - Bacaar In Bt. Jo-
liflc b Winifred Byrd and
Clarence Whltehlll conceit at
IHH!i gBppclal school eloc-
Hon for IncreaMes In tcacher"
Doc, 1 "The House Next
oor." high school auditorium.
Norm N.Terwilliger,licensd ladr em
tIoier with Terwilligor Funeral Home,
lve, the Jeweler.
yf. A. Baker of Amity, wim a Med
fin d vlHitor Hat unlay.
them at Mlsliops;
liim eviry day.
they will remind
F.ll8 dance Tuesday night. Pec. 2d.
Mm. 1'. B. C. IjUPiim of Tlllumook
Ciiv. and Mikm Bonnio HiiIch of l'ort
are the kuchIm of Mr. and Mth.
(3. W. Lucas. 697 North 21t tret,
ror a tow days.
A "man's man" appreciates a Bilk
8l,lrtwtn a friend, Bishop will help
The Hnulh Circle of the Christian
church will hold a lnv.aar and conk
rd food Hnlo at UlnKrich .Motor Car
Co.. 371 Court street December 6th.
Knlehts of Pythin. ,,
men,bers of hl ,' ,L ""Uon. All
nested to be prim It'lhB!nUy
Tuesday evening C 2rt meetlng
initiation, p. 7. Election and
J- Kuntg, K, R. 4 g, 286,
reni.i..i Chinaman who
resided a quarter of
, " a mile east of
not reported unit. Sunday 'nTght T
at the chapel of the Crf he'd
u;."HlnK is BuLedbyrt
Tho DrofiHnwniru i .
In your conk .r'i"Br ,mllM
it at 343 1-2
Mts t i lnim elht montl".
er of Mrs. K. L. miff, Hoyt and Jud
son streets, died at the home of her
daughter Hunday afternoon of heart
.......... mIB. ,iower8 came tp thjB
i . . " Jr "0' T"e funeral will be
held at the chapel of Webb & ClouBh
at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Lowers leaves a husband, C. H
Lowers, who Is ut present In Salem;
and three daughters, Mrs. R L. Stiff,
Mrn. C. A. Thompson, Portland, and
Mrs. .1. U. Harper, Spokane, Wn.
fuel hlllu l" ... . ..' "CBlBr
. .....n in IWO,
ZgigAILYCAPITALJOTrnKAT. cat .t?ht nmy
Mr. 8n H,i.. ,
5 cigar th. l.V. V. try Ki"en
r smoke nf , ,HaV("a short fill-
JihlW?len'" Prelgn Missionary
!nul Ja8n Mortal
I ", la8t Week ln Sday
hool rooms. Mrs. Bowm. formerly a
missionary ln chlna 8pok()
-ft oi ner experiences in the
enjoyed by a
the "rnZl , "a 01 t:,e laJi of
horouehiv BWan ""Stands
Ch.n?gh'y ,he,Mi"onary situation in
of lhnf ., ui me needs
aed to the membership of the society.
terIr;nnVIrS Sloan- ot Le
ter, and Mrs. Sloan's mother, Mrs.
Snrne,McDOWe11' 01 MP
wn. T ' ,T arrlved ln Wern and
Will spend the winter here. They have
ZhTV116 H,el Be""P -"I the
'"'-y years; and have
many fends ln Salem whQ wiu fee
glad to hear that they are here.
JUHNSON-To Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
-"...won, 6Zi south Capital Street, No
vember 30, a boy.
He has been named Jason Ellis.
The regular meetliiK of Chudwick
clmpter No. 37. Order of the Kastern
Star, will e held Tuesday evening,
Derembor 7. at 8 o'clock. Election of
uffii-ers will le held.
Hp wise. He will appreciate a beau
tiful tie sold at Bishops buy it now.
The Charles Archerd Implement
r.n.. is in the market for straw oats
and vetch and clover hay.
J. V. Haufthuwant, for many years
sn employe of the Hunt Bros. Can
nery, left this morning for Los Ange
les, where ho will spend several
months as the guest of relatives. He
will stop on his wny for brief Visits in
Red Hluffs and San Francisco.
If you expect him to take a chance
with vou don't buy a last minute
jjin buy now. Bishops.
Siliiiishes for cow feed 50c per 100
11m. fiOO lbs. for $2.25. Ward K. Blch
uirtson, 2395 Front. 284
Mrs. Ada Leopold, formerly an em
ploye at the Spaulrtins Lumber com
pany, has accepted a position at the
Liberty Kxchange store on North
Commercial street, und began her du
ties this morning.
Your chance is to
hosiery at Bishops for
buv him silk
The Women's Republican club, of
which Mrs. C. P. Bishop Is president,
and Mrs. Boss Moores Is secretary,
held tho first meotlnf? of the season in
the Commercial club , rooms this af
ternoon. Political economy and tho
Kovorntnent administration were the
topics of discussion at the gathering,
and a large number of club members
were in attendance.
They appreciate linen handker
chiefs for Xmas they're useful gifts.
1 burns its own gas no wood, coal,
I or ashes. 343 1-2 Court St. 264
Mrs. Alice AVenger was hostess at a
meeting of the "E" club at her home
on Belmont street Friday evening.
The hours were pleasantly Bpent with
music and games, several original
features being Introduced for the
amusement of the guests. An elabo
rate supper was served at midnight
to the following guests, Misses Nellie
Jefferson, Anna Capps, . Viola Ash,
Louella Ash, Freda Winger and Av
ery Hicks, George Brown, Virgil An
derson, Ira Cave, Karl Wenger and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zinn.
Please get married, a comedy sen
sation with Viola Dana, at Ye Liber
ty today. 284
vavt i-o mi-, and Mrs. V. A
Wraw, 1860 South 13th street, Novein-
4i, a son.
He has been named Wayne Alvin.
Suit to gain judgment for $230 and
:0 costs of the suit from M. S. Eskew
was begun here in circuit court today
by S. H. lleltzel, administrator of the
estate of Mathias Goodie. Heltzel al
leges that in 1916 he loaned Eskew
$230 which has never been paid, and
mat. its payment is necessary to th,
closing of the Gooding estate.
Several tentative plans have been
prepared, and a. meeting of Interested
citizens will be held Tuesday night at
7:30 in the offices of the Commercial
club manager to adopt some method
of providing work for unemployed
this winter, and homes and care for
needy. The Salvation Army is taking
a leading role in the work, and is re
ported back of a scheme to establish
a municipal woodyard where jobless
may cut wood and earn their board
and lodging. It is held that this caa be
worked to success, and with only a
little financial aid to start It. It Is be
lieved that soon it will become self
supporting. It is proposed to purchase
a number of cords of wood, then put
unemployed men to work cutting it,
retailing It at a cost just large enough
to pay for the wood and provide lodg
ing for the one who cuts It.
Because Capital Post No. 9, Ameri
can Legion, has too many members to
be accommodated in the Commercial
club rooms, meetings hereafter will
be held each Monday night, at 7:30
o'clock, at the armory. The meeting
tonight promises to be one of import
ance. It is understood plans relative
to the handling of I. W. W. and agi
tators, will be discussed.
Everything is realy for the big an
nual Cherrian banquet and election
of officers tomorrow night. The ban
quet will start at 6:30 o'clock at the
Commercial club. The business Bes
sion will follow. All Cherrians are
urged to come
U 5 1 OFTOtlETRIST-OPTICIAN
SIAlt g STREET . . - . R . ,
, , muu a yuan uam immiinu
Charged with the theft of a suit of
clothes, a suit case, and a pair of
shoes from a man at Vancouver,
Wash., the latter part of August, Har
old Woodard, 18, was arrested here
Saturday night by Sheriff Needham
and Deputy Sheriff Smith. He was re
turned to Vancouver today by Deputy
Sheriff Laws of that city. Woodard
was working at the White ouse restaurant.
Word was received in Salem late
Saturday night, that Mrs, Teresa J.
Savage, for many years a resident of
Salem, died ut her home In Portland
that evening. Mrs. Savage was 60
years old and the wife of Lyman Sav
age. She was a native of Oregon. Mrs.
Savage is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Arthur Bobbins of Portland, and
a son, Elmer Savage, of Salem. Fun
eral arrangements have not yet been
Salem lodge 336 B. P. O. E. will ob
serve Elks memorial day Sunday De
cember 7, with a Bpecial service at
the opera house. The ritualistic cere
mony will be held, assisted by the
chorus and orchestra of the lodge.
Justice Lawrence T. Harris, of the
Oregon supreme court, and Walter
Keyes will be the principal speakers
ot the evening, and Reverend James
Elvin will serve as chaplain. Hallis
I'arrish Durdahl and John W. Todd
will render special musical numbers,
in addition io the program by the or
chestra and chorus. C. 13. Clancy will
have charge of the decorations for the
event and the committee on arrange
ments is composed of Ralph White,
Irwin Smith and F. T. Wrlghtman.
George L. Putnam editor of the
Capital Journal, is in Portland today
where he acted as pall-bearer at the
funeral of George M. Trowbridge, edi
tor of the Oregon Journal, who died
in Portland Saturday.
The W. C. T. U. will hold its regular
monthly business meetmg, followed by
a short program, tomorrow at 2:30 p.
m. Their regular meetings will be
held,, hereafter on the first and third
Tuesdays of every month, the third
Tuesday to be the day of the Silver
Tea. All members and friends are ask
ed to note the new dates.
'XlWCor Male aixf
The mothers of the Lincoln school
will meet Wednesday afternoon at
3:30 in the school building for the
purpose of organizing a Mother's Club,
ihe mothers of the school are urgent
ly requested to attend if possible as
some extremely important matters
will be brought to the attention of
those who are present, it is believed
that all women with children attend
ing the school will be vitally interested
in the formation of the club and a
large attendance is expected Wednesday.
Eoze Bagdasarian, 38, an Armenian,
today signed papers at the court house
declaring his intention of becoming a
subject of the United States. Bagda
sarian lives on route 3, Salem.
Henry Brady Hoffman, 63 321
South 19th street, succumbed Sunday
night at a local hospital after an ill
ness of several days. He Is survived
by his wife, Mary J. Hoffman. The
funeral. In charge of the W. T. Rig
don company,' will be held at the
chapel Tuesday at two o'clock, Rev.
Holt, of the Baptist church, officiat
ing. Uurial will follow in the Lee Mis
You have thought many times a
MaUory hat at Bishop's would look
eood on him. You know why. 285
The funeral for James Batchelor,
90, former justice of the peace here,
who died Friday at his home on Mis
sion street, was held at two o'clock
this afternoon at the chapel of Webb
& Clough. Rev. Corby and Rev. John
Rn officiated. Burial was in the City
View cemetery. Floral offerings were
many and beautiful and the funeral
attended by many friends, and
the relatives of the old time resident.
B. W. Btubbs, a former Salem po
liceman, and at the time of his death
an attendant at the state feeble mind
ed institute, died there Sunday after
noon. No funeral arrangements have
yet been made. The body is at the
Webb & Clough funeral establishment
Court and High streets. Mrs. Stubbs
wan killed two y ars ago in an auto
' ' .
"LUCK IN PAWN"
LAST TIMES TODAY
W. T. RIGDON ft CO.
t North High 8tfrf
,i mi , I, a I
At the regular meeting of the
Knights of Columbus to be held this
evening In their hall on State street.
Colonel E. Hofer will address the
Knights on the subject of the cam
paign now being carried on by state
officials and a committee of the cen
tral labor council, whereby all diffi
culties between capital and labor wil'
he harmoniously settled without
Kirlkes. The plans of
call for a mediation committee to
which all troubles shall be reffered.
The committee will consist of three
employers and three employes. Colon
el Hofer has Just returned from Den
ver where the plan is being furthered
and is meeting with success. All
Knights are requested to attend the
Eighty Foresters sat down to the
sumptuous feast spread for thenr yes
terday at their hall en North Com
mercial street, and partook of a post
poned Thanksgiving dinner, prepared
by S. C. Kightllnger, peer amonfe
chefs. Turkey and "fixin's", pudd ng
and nies to say nothing of the cider
and Pies, to say wag
loaded, occupied the atten ion rf the
rXrn andt them in exeel
nt humor for the business session
. . ...i, .q th festivities, int
Z nes f en or twelve new candi
Z were received for consider mm
and will be acted upon at the next
meeting of the lodge.
. , i ,nk nrices to take ef-
month $2 .40; i r - ,.
$4.60; 3 Pt- h $8.70; 6 Pt.
2 qt. per aay p " " 3 qt per
per day Pr mon ft $10.' - y
day per mon l J m,,k 8c
r ii pe 'qt Cream 35c pi
per pt. Hie per u hlpplng cream
table cream 4,c pt., wmpp
1-4 pt. taDie Ciea... - ,
Wholesale, In bottles .pe, -f-
cans 2 gallons J-V gal.
In cans 3 gallons oi more ea
The advance in prto "a o
by producers ""'Topemtlng
mill feed and advance i i a
expenses in el ver g 111 o
year ago. The dealer Qf
the shortage of ry; payanad
rOTnnnil.lo kind, agreed to pay
da.rymen and ciiarte consum
the same in prP" t0 fec, that
er. as the deiVlert8,he additional cost,
as mo ....j Very n."-"
delivering has Je tnerefore
over tnat " "" " rve our pa
a(?rce to continue to ser
trons with milk oi winter
nder good service during u
months, for P"fVLtwn Dairy, Fair
tary Dairy. Meadow Lawn ua jg.,
The case of W. M. McFarlane, suing
for damages alleged to have been me
ted him in a fistic encounter with
Harry O'Neil, will be heard in Judge
Unruh's court tomorrow at 10 o'clock.
Potatoes are said to have been the
unhw.i nf disnute that caused the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred . Entermille
nrn here after spending a week at the
Pacific Livestock Exposition at Port
tun .,,vm;,ien 1 anrt. VIK.UIIK -vim- 1 LC 1 " '"
entM. Mr. anil .Mrs. i. J. uanme.
I'nik county. They are both 1919 grad
uates Of U. A. u. arm mi.
Alma Mater a visit letore reiurnn.B
tn their home at Baker, Oregon.
i.'t,r.iiille renorts very lair
hi section of the
wheat, barley and alfalfa grow.
Lot 80x80 feet
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 State St.
We promise that
upon all occasions
our professional con
duct will be such as
to reflect credit up
on our wide experi
ence and excellent
254 North Commercial
A snecial meeting of the Marion
County Children's Bureau will be held
Thursday at the Commercial ciuu. xi.e
meeting will be given wholly to busi-
ss and as matters or unusual im
portance will oe iransau.cu -v
tendance of members is desired.
I L ratterson, who has represented
Lnntv in the state senate, for
the past several years, was in Salem
. . .. .tHinff to business matters
looay " -- .
and visiting with friends.
Good 5 passenger car will trade
for what have you
U. S. GARAGE
Phone 1752 654 Ferry St.
HOMK OF THE VICTROLA
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
seldom fails to
That torturing rash from which you
suffer can be speedily relieved and doubt
less cleared away by using Resinol Oint
ment. It is a mild, healing preparation,
prescribed by doctors for many years, and
used not only for severe skin troubles, but
as a general household remedy for bums,
scalds, chafings, etc. It is so gentle and
soothing, it can be used or, the tenderest
and most irritated skin without fear.
Sold by all druggists
MONDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1919.
i MEET ME AT MEYERS i
For Early Christmas Shoppers
LADIES AND C RUMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS
Our showing is certainly most complete ranging in
price from 5c to $3.00. They are of dainty material,
LISSUE, LAWN and PURE LINEN.
They are sold single or put up in neat attuactive
boxes 3 in a box.
BIG SILK SALE IS NOW ON 61 O A
Messalines, Taffeta, Foulards
ALL 36 INCHES WIDE. THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONAL SALE, AND
WOULD MAKE VERY PRACTICAL XMAS GIFTS.
You must certainly visit our Neck
wear Departments, for both Ladies
and Gentlemen. The showing is
not only of quality materials, but
of the very newest in pattern and
IN HE DAY
YOTJ CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT
7t 1V3-1 JLL
Who Always Does Better By You
"AT THE OLD STAGE DOOR"
"Come Watch With Me the Passing
"HIS OFFICIAL FIANCEE"
Sure It's Good
1. Grand March "Aida"....Verdi
2. "Swan".. ,....St. Saens
3. "My Wild Irish Rose"
4. Medley...... Popular Airs
MISS MARGARET FABER
Ti Mil- '
i h- - - 1
if Pi' i
IS THE TIME TO ORDER YOUR
And the Scotch Woolen Mills is the place to
order it. Our suits and overcoats give you
that stylish, well-dressed appearance and
in addition are made from best quality fab
rics. Absolutely the best values for the
price. Come in and see our line.
426 State Street