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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1919.
lililiT BROS. PLAN TO f!M VESSELS IN
SPU $125,000 IN
Expenditure of $125,000 in expan
."on of their plant this spring and dur
ing the next year 1b planned by the
Hunt Brother Packing company, ac
cording to an announcement thus
moraine of W. G. Allen, manager.
Seventy five thousand dollar of thi
iwnount will be spent this spring in
building an addition to the plant on
vmni at root nd adding new, and
Next season the Hunt company ex
pect to be able to handle double the
capacity of business. This will amount
to approximately 400,000 cases, Allen
Tha first steo of expansion was
made when the company bought ten
lots that adjoined the present plant
premises. A new structure for the
main part of the plant will eventual
ly be erected on thi property, accord
ing to present plans of the company,
reinforced concrete throughout the
main building and floor.
DISTRESS Off KOVA
SCOTIA COAST TODAY
XEV YORK CHILDREN"
ARE TXDER NOURISHED
OF COAL PREDICTED
Halifax. N. 8., Dec. 1J. Reports of
steamers in distress continued to be
received here following the gales
which have been sweeping the Nova
The marine and fisheries depart
ment has been notified that the steam
er West Loft us, which had the United
States shipping board steamer David
son county in tow, has sprung a leak
and is racing for the nearest port,
presumably Halifax, while the David
son county is again helpless with the
United States coast guard steamer
Apache steaming to her assistance.
One Ship Ashore
The steamer E. D. Kingsley, Mon
treal to Halifax in fallast, is ashore
at Whitehead and the steamer Sheba
is calling for assistance from a DOint
330 miles east of Halifax.
Sydney reports haying received a
message from the steamer Pro Patria,
which maintains a service between St.
Pierre, Miquelon and Halifax, asking
The Lake Elmsdale is resting on a
gravel beach at Blue Cape and the
Lake Dalewood is on a sandy beach
! at Port Hood Island. Wrecking tugs
'have left to aid them.
rw IS. Normal coal
was closer today.
rn-Hiilte suoerstitions and the efforts
of extremists, Illinois miners reported
In larger numbers for work today,
president Frank Karrington made a
personal appeal to a number of recal
citrants. He expected almost normal
production beginning Monday.
Kansas miners gradually replaced
volunteers today and It was believed
Mlxte troops would be withdrawn at
the same time. Governor Allen in ar
ranging for exchange obtained the
consent of union miner to Work over
Sunday in order to Insure a good start.
. Encouraging reports on the number
of miners returning to their mines
were reported by operators' represent
Copenhagen. Dec. 13. The Ameri
can, British, French and Italian min
ister here .were reported today to
liiwe returned the peace notes of Boris
liitvlnoff, bolHhevik envoy, without re-
The minister announced that Llt
vinoff had broken the conditions of
the conference, which wu cnllod ex
clusively to deal with the exchange of
prisoner.' ' ,
TAKES PLACE III CITY
11. H. Keck of Portland arrived here
tiiut morning Co assume the duties of
Ktit-te representative of the federal fuel
department during the present enior
Keck will he connected with
the governor' office and will handle
all complaints received with reference
lo fuel shortage.
No serious fuol shortage Mints In
Oregon at this time, according to Keck
mt none need exist if the people will
vwo the available supply sparingly and
liberal use as possible of Wood until
thn coal supply is back to normal.
Curload shipments of wood will b
given preferanee on all roads In Ore
gmi, Keck stated this morning.
Ijile Dalewood Aground
Montreal, Que., Dec. 13. The Lake
Dalewood and the Lake Elmsdale, re
ported aground in the Strait of Canso
may soon get off without any erious
damage. United States shipping board
officials here rnnounced today.
fathb:u uses ax to
slay entire family
New York, Dec. 13. A strange and
horrible tragedy was discovered lato
yesterday afternoon In the home of
Mason R. Strong, an architect and
structural engineer at No. 237 Lexing
ton avenue, Passlc, N. J., one of the
finest residential parts of that city.
Crazed by misfortune. Strong had
attempted to destroy his entire family,
Including himself, some time Tues
day night. Creeping through hi home
at the dead of night when his wife and
five children were aslep In their beds,
the man had dealt them terrific blows
with an axe and then had 4akeu his
own life by cutting his throat with a
HI wife was found dead in one
room, his sixteen-year-old daughter,
Elizabeth, In another. He himself was
dead In the bathroom.
The list may yet total four dead, for
his only son, Nathaniel, twelve, is in
the Passic general hospital with only
a slight hope of recovery. Two other
children Nina, fourteen, and Susan
na, nine are also In the hospital, dis
figured. They probably will live.'
New York, Dec 13. Health Com
missioner Copeland reports that 30
per cent of the children of this city are
undernourished and made public for
the first time a survey conducted by
his department of the children in 33
selected public schools in Manhattan
"In these schools we found 4500 chil
dren so undernourished as to need med
ical care," said Dr. Copeland. "Of
the 10,000 we examined the average
consumption of milk was 1 cups a
day. In spite of the fact that my
statemens have irritated Mr. Horton. I
insist that 300.000 under-nourished
children are ready to become victims
of tuberculosis. We must provide milk
at a lower price for these children or
the ravages Of tuberculosis will in
crease. In my opinion It would DC
Better rpr New York City to engage in
a crusade and spend money to provide
miik at a reasonable price than to
build monuments and city improve
There is not a drop of gasoline to
be had at Roseburg, and the Standard
Oil company holds out no hope for
any in the near future.
Christmas Gifts of
We have on display the most
gorgeous display of jewelry ever
shown in Salem. No matter what (i
you desire in this line come in
and you will surely find it here. f
When you want the best in jew- 4
elry come tr I
Jewelers and Opticians
N, W. Corner State and Liberty Streets
Kaunas City, Kan., Dec. 13. United
Hi.'tte District Attorney Robertson late
J'Ytduy issued a federal warrant for
the arrest of Jess Wlllard, former
he ivyweight champion, on a charge of
Wlllard was charged with violation
of the law in charging excessive prices
for cord wood. The district attorney
alleged Wlllard charged $3.60 a cord
for wood on the stump at his farm
which was alleged to be double a 'Just
A 'deputy will be sent to arrest the
f.mer champion, according to United
Wales Miti'Mhnl O. T. Wood, In whose
1 1 (mils the warrant wbh placed.
JOURNAL WANT ADS HAY.
Harry W. Scott
All Next Week
On account of weather conditions many of
our country customers were unable to take
advantage of today's big sale. In order
that all may share in the bargain offerings
our management has decided to continue
the sale throughout the coming week.
Xmas Bargains for Everybody
Come and see what a dollar will buy.
Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes
(Notions and Christmas Goods.
- - ; '
LTBEETT BOND QUOTATIONS
New York, Dec 13. Liberty bond
IM's 99.34; first 4 s 93.56; second
4 s 91.6S; first 4 Vi 's 93.70; second
4H' 2.0; third M'a 94; fourth
4H's 91.88; victory 3 3-4's 98.92; 4
(Continued from Page Seven.)
JIUNGARIAN TRHTr IX JAXUARY
Paris. " Dec 13. The Hungarian
treaty it was learned today will be
presented in January. A short time
will be allowed for the Hungarians to
accept it. "
even glance at a newspaper. Being
used to have an evening paper all" my
life I must know the most Important
news event of the day before going to
I ask a friend of mine who takes
The Journal "What does the big
'black type say today.'
of the .separate headings and he,
being a newspaper man, might sot
know which was the most important
Here you have it all in a
(Continued from page two)
He reads what the big black type
says and I go to my night's work 1 not only saw fisner s nana but goat
It saves time. The big black tvl
presses you with the Importune of
the news, so that you cannot forget it
When Fisher sold the Journal I
predicted that the new publisher conlJ
not keep .the pace he had set in the
typographical game. But the moment
I set my eyes on that new style of n..
typographical art, a five column hi
hlolr tvna lln ant i.
. . - raiuran dis
play heading across sthe top 0f th
page I threw up my hands in amaze
ment and said, "The new editor i..
luii. 1 J . .
knowing that I am up to the minute
on the cvet.ts of the world. If it
were not for the line across the page
my friend would have to examine eacn
him one better and cleaned no th
table stakes of all newspaperdom hi
cities the size of Salem.
she is suffering from an attack of the
Grippe and is confined to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Riches had
as their house guests the first of the
week the former's brother, Lloyd Rich
es of Oregon City, Miss Opal Farley
and Miss Wells, also of Oregon City
and Carl Maljty o.f Portland. The vis
itors remained over for the dance at
the Moose hall given by the Monday
Night dancing club.
The Yomarco bible class of the First
Methodist church met this week at the
home' of Mrs. H. H. Kloepping, 1454 !
Court Street A big party had been
planned but owing to the inclemency
of the weather the plans were changed.
A comparatively good attendance was
in evidence, however, and Mrs. Kloep
ping proved herself a very hospitable
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spaulding were
host and hostees at a beautiful dinner
party following the dance of the Mon
day Night Dancing club. Covers were
laid for Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. John
son, Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Mills and
Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding.
Invitations are out for a dancing
party at Cotillion Hall Monday night,
given by Miss Vesta Smith and Miss
Dorothy Chambers. The affair is to
be in honor of the birthday anniver
saries of the two young ladies.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph White have is
sued invitations for a dancing party at
Cottlllion Hall, Thursday evening,
December 25, In honor of their daugh
ter, Miss Margaret White.
Should be selected now. We will make delivery
Christmas morning if desired.
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