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TOE DAILY OArlTAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1019.
a candidate. The proposition was ruled
out of order.
Tho names chosen will go before the
peoplet South Dakota at the primary
election. Other candidates may be
proposed by petition.
WILSON A! WOOD
OF SOUTH DAKOTANS FUNERAL OF MRS. C.
BOWER HELD TODAY
Pierre, & D., Dec. 3. Major General
Leonard Wood today had the endorse
ment of republicans of South Dakota
as their choice for presidential candi
date. Wood was the victor in the re
publican state convention which closed
late last night over Covernor Frank O.
Lowden of Illinois.
The vote stood: Wood, 28,699;
tiowden, 15,443. !
Tho democratic convention, meeting
at tho same time, indorsed President
Wilson for a third term.
Governor L. J. Frazier of North Da
kota, was Indorsed as a presidential
candidate by tho Non-Partisan conven
tion. - The republicans favored Governor
Calvin Coolidge of Massachusetts for
vice-president and the democrats,
Thomas R. Marshall to run again.
Governor Peter Norbeck was en
dorsed as republican candidate for
United States senator and Senator Ect
& Johnson was given the support of
the democrats. i
Senator Miles Poindexter, who made
a last minute fight to procure the re
publican presidential indorsement, was
not mentioned by the convention.
After the democrats had Indorsed
Wilson, it was proposed by a delegate
that the meeting go on record in faror
of William G. McAdoo if Wilson is not
The funeral services of Mrs. Chas.
Bower, whose death occurred In her
73d year, of heart failure, Sunday, at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. L.
Stiff on Judson street, was held from
the Webb and Clough undertaking
parlors at 10 a. m. today.
She was the only daughter of Hen
ry and Ruth Simms. born in Chicago,
111., June 18, 1848. While yet a child
she removed with her parents to In
dianapolis, Ind., at which place, ,at
the age of 16 years, she was married
to Dr. Benjamin Franklin Harrison
She is survived by six children, Mrs.
J. H. Harper of Spokane, Wn., Dr.
Joseph and Geo. Harrison of Alberta,
Canada, Mrs. E. L. Stiff of Salem,
Mrs. Lottie Smith and Mrs. Chas.
Clark of Brainard, Minn.
After the death of Dr. Harrison she
was married to Chas. Bower of Brai
nard, Minn., who still survives her.
VICK BROS. TO OPEN
TRACTOR AGENCY IN
FIRE KILLS SIX
Pittsburgh, Pa., Dec. 3. Six persons
were burned to death when fire des
troyed the home of Frank Switala.
near here, earlytoday. The dead are
Mrs. Switala, her four children and
About January 15, the Vlck broth
ers, George F., Charles A. and Alfred,
Intend to open their new oFrdson
tractor headquarters in Portland, at
Second and Hawthorne streets. The
Vick brothers recently sold their
holdings here to the Valley Motor
The new headquarters, that will be
the central distribution point for all
Oregon, has a frontage of 100 feet
on Hawthorne street, and Is well lo
cated In the business district of East
Portland. George Vlck, who returned
from Portland last night to his home
here, said that only a few minor
things attendantto opening stand in
the way of ready opening of the agen
cy. Alfred and Charles Vick have al
ready moved to Portland. George
Vick said today that ha probably
would make Salem his home although
the business Is in Portland.
Vick brothers have a contract for
the state agency until August 1, 1920.
There is some talk, George Vick said,
that the contract will be shared with
other distributors throughout the
state. But Vick brothers, hoping that
they will again be extended tho con
tract, are going ahead with the big
project in Portland. They intend to
have a branch house here.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
Miss Elizabeth Cox
A Fashion- Expert
Who is connected with the McCall company, will be
in Salem, December 4th, for the purpose of rendering
any service possible in connection with the J. C.
Penney Co. Pattern Department.
Miss Cox is versed not only in McCall Patterns,
Publications and Fashions, but has a clear concep
tion of all matters pertaining to women's dress. She
will be glad to assist you any way possible along this
line during her stay.
YOU'LL FIND THEM
. HERE IN
Suits and Overcoats
Good, stylish, all-wool Suits and Overcoats
Made by The House of
Priced in accordance with the Kuppenheimer stand
ard of Highest Quality Materials and Unequalled
1' Workmanship. A good assortment of models and
fabrics to select from.
KUPPENHEIMER and FRAT CLOTHES
$35, $45, 50. $55 and $60
Everythiing That Men Wear
Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, Gloves, Hosiery,
Lounging Robes, Etc.
MAKE THIS STORE YOUR
SOCIAL LEADERS PAID $10 PER SEAT AT PRIVATE
SHOWING OF FILM PRODUCTION TO BE SEEN HERE
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S STORE
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herself, in "Auction oFSoufs
America's, leading society people
and leaders in sociological and polit
ical thought were the first to see
"Auction of Souls," the unprecedent
ed screen epoch to be presented at
the Liberty theater, starting next Sun
Before being, shown publicly in mo
tion picture theaters, it was exhibited
privately in the larger cities of the
east and west, . where distinguished
audiences looked at it in amifzement.
Society Leaders Interested
In the Plaza hotel, New York, one
of the greatest centers of distinction
in the country, "Auction of Souls,"
had a private showing under the su
pervision of rs. Oliver Harrlman,
chairman of the national motion pic
ture committee, and Mrs. George W.
Vanderbilt, chairman of the New Tork
committee. This exhibition lasted a
week, in which time, 7000 of New
York's leaders in society and uplift
paid $10 each to see the picture.
Among those who saw "Auction of
Souls'" at this exhibition were cx
President Taft, Charles B. Hughes,
Cleveland H. Dodge, Cardinal Gib
bons, Rt. Rev. David H. Greer, Myron
T. Herrick, Otto H. Kahn, Henry
Morgenthau, Oscar Straus, Steph
Wise, Mrs. Vincent Astor, Mrs. John
Drexel, Mrs. August Belmont, Count
ess de Langler Villars, and hundreds
of others of the nation's leaders in
if any l.'nes.
Besides the New York, exhibition,
the picture was seen in Los Angeles,
where the leading society people of
the western coast reviewed it. It also
was shown in Philadelpha at the
Eellevue-Stratford, where large audi
ences paid to see the picture.
B. A. Ferguson, an experienced mil
ler, announces that he will begin im
mediately the construction of a 60 bar
i el flouring mill at Antario.
BYRD - WHITEHILL RECITAL
FRIDAY, DEC. 5TH 8:15 P.M.
Box Office Open Friday Morning at
Reserved seats $l.G0-$2.t)0
Plus 10 per cent War Tax
Unreserved Seats $1.10
Doors Open 7:45 P. M.
JUNK YOUR JUNK
STEINB0CK JUNK CO.
Ami Auto Wrecking
320-326 N. Commercial St.
Wil! Rnv A'lVthing, any
where. If you are in
doubt call 305 .
WE WILL PURCHASE VOCE
Ran gen. Heaters, Cook dtoves,
Beds. Mattresses. Springs. Bureaus
Commodes. Hew I n g Machines,
Dishes. In fact, any article which
you wish to sell
Call Us Up :
We Pay Best Possible Prices.
Moral: It puts I t in your nurse.
Lucas & Needhara
Perry sua Libert Bt
Kings, Spitzenberg, Russets
LOW PRICES IN QUANTITIES
5 boxes, $4.25
10 boxes, $8.00
Apples are very cheap fruit,
costing only about 2c per lb.
in these quantities. Buy
your winter supply now
while the price is low.
25 pounds 60c
50 pounds, $1.15
While it lasts,' 100 lbs. $3.00
Last chance to make kraut
25 pounds, 50c
50 pounds 90c
100 pounds $1.50
Sound Winter Keepers
25 pounds, $1.20
50 pounds, $2.35
100 pounds $4.50
25 pounds, $1.00
50 pounds $1.90
100 pounds $3.75
SQUASHES FOR FEED
100 pounds 50c
500 pounds $2.25
Plants, per 100, $1.50
PHONE YOUR ORDER 494
WARD K. RICHARDSON
Sale prices on wanted merchandise, practical and ap.
propriate for Xmas gifts.
Bed Spreads, 66x80, special
Bed spreads, 70x80, special
Bed Spreads, 72x84, special
Extra special bed spreads, 76x87
Double blankets, all colors, pair
Comforters, full size, each : -'$2.98 and $3.49
3-lb cotton batts,bleached snow white, the batt $f,25
Huck towels, 18x34, each
Huck towels, 19x24, each 25c
Crash toweling, bleached, yard (c
Crash toweling unbleached, yard 20c and 25c
Peppero" shetinc: bleached, 81 inches wide,
Our Prices ,AIways the Lowest
Gale & Company
Formerly Chicago Store Court and Com! S(s.
Grandma or Grandpa
Will appreciate a pair of -
XV. GLASSES XV.
THE INVISIBLE BIFOCALS
The Gift Certificate will solve the problem.
DR. A. McCULLOCH. OPTOMETRIST
204-5 Salem Bank of Commerce Building
$15.00 Cotton Felt Mattress
40 pouund Combination Mattress
35 pound Silk Floss
271 North Commercial Street
Peoples Furniture Store
t A GOOD PLACE! TO THADB
t New and Second Hand Goods Bough, Sold and Exchanged
271 NORTH COMMERCIAL BT. PHONE 734
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Willamette Valley Transfer Co. km
WE ALSO DO LOCAL HAULING.
Truck and Tractor
OPEN FOR MARION COUNTY
The Most Efficient Orchard Tractor on the Market.
Truck lino well csCuWIslicu on coast, wlch features not torrnA
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TIichc Hik-h nrc oiien for a live dmlcr. Some fliiuuelnl nsww
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lines, both made, nt saino factory. IJoth iif5 Bru" H"l-s wU kr
llnetlve- Kelllnur fen tares not In uny othefj lino. Traetor shown "
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Furilit'r partleitlnrs on npxmiimcnt.
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