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THE DAILV CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1919.
NORTH SALEM CLUB
TO DISCUSS PAVING
The North Salem Improvement as
sociation, according to an announce
ment this morning by Secretary Ward j
; K. Richardson, will hold a meeting at
the Highland school, Highland and I
Currant streets, Friday evening at 7:30 '
- o'clock. This organization, according
to its secretary, (eels now that it is
Strong enough to be of material aid in j
ffurinercng improvement in mac com
inunlty and all persons residing in
North Salem are urged to attend the
meeting and acquaint the association
with any needed improvements.
Robert C. Paulus, manager of the
Salem Fruit Union, Is scheduled to
speak before the association on "co
operation." Other features appear on
the program for the evening. F. E.
Tilllnghast, president of the associa
tion, will talk on grading and gravel
ling of streets ,and will submit com
parative data tending to show that lit
tle stands in the way of general street
development in that section.
i Tho movement said to be on foot to
pave Shipping street from Front to
Capital will be discussed. The associa
tion is particularity anxious to receive
suggestions of what may be done for
the betterment of North Salem.
Palo Alto, Iec. 4. Be
cause girls in the local high
school are "bobbing" their
hair, the boys have gone on
They declare they will re
fuse to speak to any girl with
her hair cut
Result: The epidemic of
"bobbed" hair seems to be ef
BOYS DEPARTMENT TO
HOLD ffiOLIC TUESDAY
King Ring C. B. Clancy, of the Sa
lem. Cherrians, today announced the
names of the committeemen to have
charge of the annual inltiational ban
quet to be held in early January.
They are: William McGilchrist, Jr.,
Dr. H. H. Olhiger, P. E. Fullerton,
Fred Thielsen and Dave W. Eyre.
This will be the biggest banquet and
jollification of the Cherrian year, and
the committee was named now. King
Bing Clancy said, that they might
have a month in which to prepare the
In speaking of the Cherrians and I
the new task that has been honored
him, Clancy said:
- vTbe Cherrians have a booklet of
tylaws. And in order that no doubt
might foe 'entertained, these rules will
be followed out from A to Z by the
new leaders of the organization. What
ever is said in the rules applies at all
times to the workings of the ' Cher
rians." ' .
Clancy spoke of his intentions when
It had been asserted that the Cher
rians had not been strictly adhering
to the rules governing the order.
Next Tuesday evening will be a red
letter night for all the members of
the boys department of the Y. M.
A. This department includes boys
years and under. The association has
invited every member of this depart
ment to bring three boy friends who
are not members to be the guests of
the association next Tuesday night.
The boys will assemble in the T. M.
C. A. rooms directly after school.
The following program has been ar
ranged: Class exercises on gym floor
at 4:30; ewlm In tank at 6:15; sing
ing popular songs, led by Rev.' H. N.
Aldrich, 5:60; dinner including ice
cream and cookies 6:15;
"Harvest Heme Tea Nets
WeL For 0.d People s Home
The "Harvest Home Tea" at the Old
Peoples Home was Well attended and
met with ready and generous response
from Salem people and those of sur
rounding districts, aad the board
thanks those who so generously con
tributed to the oheer of the old peo
ple In the home.
A beautiful building site has been
secured on the northwest eorner of
Center and 16th streettt, but because
of the advanced cost of building ma
terial, and upon the udviee of sev
eral prominent badness men, the con
struction of the new home has been
deferred to a later date- In the mean
time all money received in eontribu
tions from the friends of the institu
tion has been placed in the bank
I where it is available at all times for
the purpose for which it was given.
SiMACY HOLDS SERIAL
ARE LEGALLY SOLD
Question of whether the issuance
MondaV Of the 170. 000 BArtnJ mfunllnn
whistling imn.ij t thi. nin, u '
lnZnBV'th? C';aiik: ,brie cta,'kS- y ot prtlad W done has
full of-pep, by two friends of Salem i,eBI1 ,.aisfta rttv ,.- n.rf .
boys Harold Cook, leader of the boy Ma" wVuST.? Um
" ion tnat the bonds wpa iiitAri nrww4
'inc to statutes, and that
missal at 7:30.
It is expected that between 125 and
150 boys will be in attendance at the
rally. Every boy who attends must
Dring ai least one Doy who is not a
ng to statutes, and that no one could
I It nas been pointed out that the or
dinance recently passed by the coun-
member. All the boys will
guests of the T. M. C. A. and every
be the cil autloriz!g the sale of the bonds
. specifically stated that the bonds
thine win ho troa ah n.o.hora .,, should go to "a local bidder." While.
. ...-w, ..v, . . , , . -"-I . -- "-
are planning to attend must have company nad a this connecton it Is suggested that use
their names and tho names of the Jocal representative In Salem, the flj:m can bo made of conveniently located
boys whom they are to invite to the Is not held local. and it was indicated freight houses and other adjacent
La.tt year, the railroads were able,
by preparedness, to handle with rea
sonable efficiency, an unusually large
holiday traffic. This year the trans
portation demands of the holiday sea
son will be further Increased. The
movement of mail, parcel post and
expreso shipments will be enormous,
and there Is every indication of an
unusually large passenger traffic. The
roads are especially anxious to satis
factorily meet this demand, and the
following definite suggestions are
" 1. Requirements of business to be
carefully estimated In advance and
equipment and power provided suffi
cient to avoid overcrowding of de
layed movement of trains.
2. Repairs to all passenger train
cars to be expedited and all such cars
fit for use held out of shop in the
3. Special attention to be given to
tho Inspection, cleaning and general
preparation of cars for service during
the holiday season.
4. Co-operation between individ
ual roads with common use of equip
ment, including through routing of
cars to avoid transfers which would
cause delav or inconvenience to pas
sengers. Co-nneratlon with Pullman
company, with the purnose of maklnc
best possible use of available sleeping
Storage Provided For.
5. Temporary increase of facilities
for storage and handling of baggage
mail and express to avoid congestion
which has occurred In past years. In
Exposure Of U. S. Fitnesses
If They Testify Is Threatened
Portland, Or., Doe. 9, Letters
threatening public exposure of gov
ernment witnesnes should they testify
ngaiiiHt James Watson, on trial for
alleged white slavery, created a sen
sation In federal court here today.
Some of the letters were signed by
Watson and others wore ananymous,
but all of them, .which were Introduc
ed by the government, were Identified
by Eva Barker as In Watson's hand
writing. Miss Barker, who is the govern
ment's chief wltnenH, f:iees motherhood.
Cause of Stomach Sickness.
How to Relieve Stomach Dwtress in a
Few Minutes Money Back tf
Treatment Does Not Overcome
Any form of Indigestion
Y. M. C. A. office by Monday eve-,that the transfer of bonds woufd be
ning Derore 6 o'clock. The boys are
eagerly looking forward to the fine
time in store for them. .
Macy, referring to the city charteffi ticket
saia tnat the charter authorizes the
sale of bonds to any one so long as they
Drmg par or more. He Bald that It is
his opinion that, though the ordinance
j, vtta call for issuance to a local bidder.
aj, it is not binding, and cajinot hold so
jf long as the charter provides for the
jjt , sale of bonds under the terms above
Reach of Earth
Rosedale, Dec. 4. Ben Cook of
Fortland was a business visitor here
. Miss Elizabeth Hadley spent the
week end with relatives in Portland.
Dr. Wm. Cammack has returned
from a six weeks stay with a brother
at Wenatchee, Wn.
Friends here have received an
nouncement of the marriage of Miss
Bernice Parr at Emmett, Idaho.
George and Margery Alexander,
Lowell Gardner and Helen Cammack
spent their Thanksgiving vacation at
The C. E. had a social at the R. a I.
Cammack home last, Friday eve.
Little Sherman Hadley and Ruth
Pearson have both been under the
doctors care, but are better.
Mr. and Mrs. Hadley returned Wed
nesday from Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Holderman, (former
ly Mrs. Whelchel) have moved onto
. Chicago, Dec. 4. Trips to the plan
ets are a possibility, Professor George
DeBothezat. Russian areonautical en- the G. F. Wilde ranch
B.neer, ,.a me western society or Mr8. Barnetf from Canada is vlsUt.
Engineers here. - ling er daughter Mra. W- a Pember.
"Among aviation possibilities," he ton.
said, "is the invention of a machine '
propelled by a Jet, which would take
no count of space.
"I already have In mind such a
plane," he continued,
motor flown by a propeller would be
used ' until the air becomes too rari
fled, then the motor would be shut
off and the plane flown by a scries of
gas explosions that would drive it on
through space. The jet propulsion is
not yet perfected, but it's coming
t Ex-service men now in attendance at
'the University of Oregon who are re-
rAlvlni Jhn hanaflto r. . 1. .-...,. ,1
,n. ".Z unal aid are now being paid their $25
allotments for October.
Probe Of Deportation
Machinery Is Commenced
Washington, Dec. 4. The house
immigration committee has begun an
investigation of the deportation ma
chinery of the department of labor,
against which charges of lax enforce
ment of the law have been made by
Records in the cases of ail persons
.irrestea on deportation warrants
have been requested to determine
whether officials with radical sym
pathies have delayed the deporta tion
work. Chairman Johnson sud.
If yon fuel as though thoro was a
lump of lead at the pit of the stom
ach, tako a couple of Mi-o-aa stomach
tablets and in five nitimtca you should
see that nil stomach distress has van
ished. If you botan. gn, have heartburn or
sour stomach, you need MI o-na. If
your stomach feels upset the morning
after the night before, take two Mi-o-aa
tablets and see how quickly you got
If you have shortness of breath, pain
in the stomach, waterbrash or foul
breath, yon need Mi-o-na and the soon
er you get it, tho sooner your stomach
should perform its duties properly.
If you one a box of Mi-o-na tablets
and feel that it has not overeomo your
indigestion or stomach trouble, taho
the empty box to your dealer and he
will refund your money. For salo by
D. J. Fry and 'all leading druggists.
AFTER 9 YEARS
Mr. Addison L Williams Bnx 1054.
Sanf ord, Fla., writes Tyrrell s Hygienic
"Begardihg the J. B. L, Cascade, ' 1
feel it is one of the indispensable arti
clcs and should be in every home. I
have not taken $10 worth of medicine
since obtaining It about nine years."
i ou can be tree from biliousness and
constipation, with all tho ills which
they produce, by an occasional internal
bath. The "J, B. L. Cascade" admin
isters these scientifically, it being an
invention of Chas. A. Teyrrell, M. D..
of New York, for 5 years a BDecialist
j.i your nostrils are clogged and your " internal Darning,
head is stuffed and you can't breathe .' Bv tne P'opor application ot Nature '
freely because of a cold or catarrh, just cure warm water it keeps the lower
get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm intestine free of all poisonous waste
J. dr"g Btore. Apply a little ot and permits every f unction to work in
this fragrant, antiseptic cream into harmony and without clogging nciiee
your nostrils and let it penetrate makes one consistently bright capable
through every air passage of your head, and well.
sootning and hea rag the inflamed, swol, Daniel J. Fry in Salem, Ore. will be
STOP CATARRH! OPEN
NOSTRILS AMD HEAD
Says Cream Applied in Nostrils
Relieves Head-Colds at Once.
len mucous membrane and you get in
Ah! how good it feels. Your noj
trils are open, your head is clear, no
more hawking, snuffling, blowing; no
more headache, dryness or struggling
for breath. Ely's Cream Balm is just
what sufferers from head colds and ca
anh need. It's a delight.
6. Provide additional emnloves In
office, baggage and parcel
rooms, information bureaus, etc., and
If necessary, increase the number of
depot passenger representatives.
Buy Tickets Early.
7. - Change ticket office hours dur
ing the period of heavy sales, open
ing offices at night, if "necessary.
8. Arrange for "publicity necessary
to induce passengers to buy tickets in
advance thus avoiding congestion and
permitting advance estimate of train
and equipment required. The pas
senger traffic committee will suggest
a form of poster to be used for this
purpose in depots'1 and ticket offices.
and will also prescribe rules to gov
ern advertising which will include in
structions to passengers.
9. Careful attention to supplies
and the provision of necessary addi
tional help on dining cars and in res
taurants, lunch rooms, etc.
On Time" operation of passenger
trains, running second sections when
Move To Eliminate Useless
Currency Is Proposed
Washington, Dec. 3. A recom
mendation that steps be taken to ob-'
tain an international agreement where .
by all irredeemable paper currency
thtroughout the world would be wined
out to eliminate years of high cost of
living, was made to President Wilson's
industrial commission here today. It
was submitted by John V. Shafroth
formor United States senator from Colo
rado and now chairman of the war
minerals relief commission.
WE WILL PURCHASE TOUR
Ranges, Heaters, Cook - Stoves,
Beds. Mattresses. Springs. Bureaus
Commodes, 8ew 1 n s Machines,
Dishes. In fact, any article which
you wish to sell.
Call Us Up
We Pay Best Possible Prices.
Moral: It puts I I m your purse.
Lucas & Needham
retry and Liberty 8ta
JUNK YOUR JUNK
STEINBOCK JUNK CO.
And Auto Wrecking
320-S26 N. Commercial St.
Will Buy Anything, any
where. If you are in '
doubt call 305
Cascade" to you and will also rivi
gjuu 10 snow ana explain tne 'J. B. t
you free on request an interesting and
authoritative book', Why Man of To
day Is Only 50 per cent Efficient,"
written by Dr. Chas. A. Tyrrell,
Ask for it today while it is fresh In
your mind. Adv.
Miss Elizabeth Cnv
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; ,
tH MMHHflM MM
Intermediate School For
Older Boys Urged By Gilbert
An intermediate "reform school to
care for older boys found guilty of In
fractions of the law is advocated by
L. M. Gilbert, superintendent of the
state training school for boys in a re
port made to the state board of con
trol Wednesday. The training school,
according to Gilbert, is in no sense a
penal institution and is not in a posi
tion to properly cope with a situation
which involves punishment of young
men uho are found guilty of violating
care of I
u.ii.-Be Medleiun tnd Tea v
H medicine which will oar to J
known disease. t
"" Hundayx from 10 t U
until 8 P. M. '
133 South High cn
8alem. Oregon. Phone 288
Sale prices on wanted merchandise, practical and ap
propriate for Xmas gifts.
Bed Spreads, GGx8Q, special j
Bed spreads, 70x80, special p 49
Bed Spreads, 72x8-1, special j2 93
Extra special bed spreads, 76x87 ,.jj
Double blankets, all colors, pair 2 93
Comforters, full size, each $2.98 and $3.49
3-lb cotton batts,bleached snow white, the batt Jl 9C
nucK towels, laxitf, each
Huck towels, 19x42, each 25g
Crash toweling, bleached, yard QC
Crash toweling unbleaehecyard 20c and 25c
Pepperell shetmg bleached, 81 inches wide, -
special, yard ggc
Oar Prices Always the Lowest
Gale & Company
i Formerly Chicago Store Court and Com'I Sfs.
$15.00 Cotton Felt Mattress $12,50
40 pouund Combination Mattress S7.50
3o pound Silk Floss
271 North Commercial Street Phone 734
Peoples Furniture Store
A GOOD PLACB TO TRADE
New and Second Hand Goods Bough, Sol and Exchauca "
271 NORTH COMAIISRCIAL ST. MIONE 731
Thin People Should
-Nothing Like Plain Bltro-Phospknte
to Put on Firm, Healthy Flesh
and to Increase Strength,
Vigor and Nervo Force
Judging from the countless nrena.-
ratlons and treatments which are con
tinually being advertised for the our-
pose of making thin people fleshy, de
veloping arms, neck and bust, and
replacing ugly hollows and angles by
the soft curved lines of health and
beauty, there arc evidentlv tlionsnnria
of men and women who keenly feel
their excessive thinness.
Thinness and weakness
uue 10 starved nerves. Our bodies
neea more phophate than is contain
ed in modern foods. Physicians claim
there is nothing that will supply this
deficiency bo well as the organic phos
phate known among druggists as bi
trophosphate, which la inexnen.lv
and Is sold by most all druggists un
der a guarantee of satisfaction or
money back. By foedlng the nerves
directly and by sunDlvimr h hnrtv
oells with the necessary phosphoric
food elements, bitro phosphate should
produce a welcome transformation in
the appearance: the Increaso In
weight frequently beinor nstonlKhln
Increase in weight also carries with
it a genera) iniDrovempnt in th.
health. Nervousness, sleeplessness and
lack of energy, which nearly alwavs
aumpany excessive thinness, should
soon disappear, dull eyes brighten
and pale cheeks glotv with She bloom
of perfect health.
CAUTION While nitro-Phoanlinto
is unsurpassed for the relief of ner
vousness, general debility, etc., those
taking it who do not desire to put on
flesh should use extra care In nvnl.i.
ing fat producing foods. (Adv)
FOItO TRUCK WITH TWO T)N
ATTACHMENT. RUNS LIKE A
OSCAR B. GINGRICH
MOTOR & TIRE CO.
8 71 Court Street Phone 63R
MACHINERY. TOOLS, ETC.
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
Guarantees you the full
value of your goods. We
are in the market for
' HIDES and SACKS
Alsofall kipds of
OLD RUBBER. ETC.
We Buy 2nd Hand
CAPITAL JUNK COMPANY
The Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa St " PnONE 308
THE BREAD FOR ALL.
Made by the best bakers; baked by electricity. Clean
Pure Wholesome. It has a taste tfiat makes you
want more. That's why everyone buys it.
BAKE-RITE SANITARY BREAD
; 457 State Street
Men, Read This!
A Few Choice Patterns of -DOMESTIC
AND IMPORTED TWEEDS
Which we are making up in suits for
$5D and $55
Made by skilled union tailors in our own workrooms.
First class linings and trimmings throughout,
ONLY A FEW PATTERNS
They Won't Last Long
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES v
High Grade Ladies' and Men's Tailor
474 Court Street