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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM, OP-EC FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. liCO.
BILL WOULD KILL
MRS. HIPPUSTOX, EMPIjOYE AT chapel of Rigdon Son Monday af
T ATE HOriTAL PASSES AW AY ternoon. burial following In City View
cemetery, under the auspices of th?
Mrs. H.'Jen Huddleston, 43, wife of christian Science choreh.
Jirs. Huddleston is survived by her
husband, father. John Curl, of this
Charles Ilud.lleston, employe of the
Om;on state hospital, died Thursday
... i ft hnsnltnl 1 Ifialh
due to pneumonla.iirs. Huddleston has city; three sisters. Mrs. Emma Aider
been employed at the hospital with son, Portland: Mrs. Rose Barr. balem.
for several years. land Mrs. liouis jicukjic. .
will be held at the Washington, tsne naa no cmiuic-.
A Joint resolution providing for a
constitutional amendment to prohibit
the secretary of state from succeed
ing to the office of governor In the
ewnt of the death or inability of the
chief executive to act. was Introduced
into the senate Friday afternoon by
I nder the terms of the resolution i
in case of the death or disability of!
the governor, the secretary of slat?
would simply assume and extcute
the duties of the governors office un
til the next generul election, when a
g-ivernor would be elected.
The amendment will have to be sub
milted to the people for approval If
it is passed by the lopslature.
The resolution Is prompted by the
recent controversy over the rlnht of
b,-n W. Olcott to fill the office of
governor for the full unexpired term
of the late. Governor W(thycombe and
which was decided In fuvor of Olcott
by & supreme court decision handed
Hank's resolution provides that "In
caw of the removal from office of
governor, or of his death, resigna
tion, absence from the state or In
iibility tu discharge the duties of the
office., the secretary of state shall act
hh governor until the disability be re
moved, or until the vacancy is filled
at the next general biennial election,
nnd In the cane of removal from of
fice, death, resignation, absence from
the stale or Inability both of the gov
ernor and secretary of state, the pres
ident of the senate shall act as gov
ernor UIUH low ujniuiiu; ic iciiivicu, UU1
or a governor be elected at the next . Ll'OWn IiOUr, DDI
general biennial election. The gov
rtior elected to fill the vacancy shall
hold office for the unexpired term of
th outgoing governor, under the pro
visions of the. Hunks measure.
For all Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and-Friends
$1.10 (including war tax) ,9 P. M.
Under Auspices of the American Legion
FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR MAIL ORDER CUS
TOMERS THE PRICES WILL BE GOOD UNTIL
nis TO AID
CENSUS TAKERS III
The man who escapes the Cherrlan
b.nsus taker Monday will either have
t. be burled or nnn-exlstnnt.
IMans were laid Friday during a
conference between Cherrlans and
Census Taker Crawford whereby
squadrons of 10 Cherrlans, headed by
a captain, will canvass each ward In
the city, beginning ut one o'clock
Jiiomluy, enumerating every man, wo
tiian and child In the city.
The Chorrlans expect by night to
lave the work completed. They o.Hk
that some one be left at every home
Monday afternoon, or leave some kind
of sign at the door showing whether
It has already been enumerated or
hot. It Is the plan of the Cherrlans to
enumerate every person In the city-
and boost the. city second In the state
Very few Chinese pheasants were
killed In l.lnn county by the two foot
snow nnd attendant cold snap, accord
ing to the game warden.
Olympic flour $3.25!Crisco, 6 lbs
Pacific flour $uu
Pacific flour, bbl $12.20
D. C. flour ...$2.75
Graham flour, 10 lb bag 68c
Pancake flour, 10 lb bag 73c
Wheat Cereal 70c
Large pkg Oats 37c
Shredded Wheat, 2 for....27c
Post Toastfes, 2 for 27c
Prepared mustard 10c
Easy Day soap, 10 bars 65c
White Navy soap, 10
Swift's White soap, 10
G. A. coffee, 1 lb 48c
G. A. coffee, 3 lbs $1.35
Roval Club. 3 lbs $1.50
Bulk coffee. 1 lb 38?!
3 lbs $1.05
Dependable black tea, 1" !
Tree tea, black, 1 lb 45c
5 lbs. Dark Karo 55c
5 lbs. Light Karo 60c
Milk, large can 15c
Milk, small, 3 for 25c
Eastern pure lard No.
Pure'lard No. 5 $1.45
Pure lard No. 10 $2.85
Wesson oil, 1 pt 43c
Wesson oil, 1 qt 80c
Spaghetti, 5 lb box 60c
50c instant postum 45c
Soda, 2 pkgs for loc
Lemon ex. 2 oz 22c
Pepper, 2 oz can 10c
Mustard, 2 oz can 8c
Ginger, 2 oz can 10c
Cloves, 2 oz. can 10c
Macaroni, 3 pkgs for ,...25c
Egg Noodles 10c
Del Monte catsup 27c
Cabbage, per lb. 07c
Head lettuce 10c
Fresh eesrs 60c
Creamery butter 68c
Nucoa and Gen nut 37c
Peanut butter ...18c
12 oz. Royal Baking
3 pkgs gum 10c
10 lbs. Cream Oats 75c
Phone C. 0. D. Orders to
186 and 198 .
We deliver orders for $1
A Splendid Line of
Await You at the il
J. C. Penney Co,
From which you can make your selection for your Spring Sewing, and be as
sured (hat you are getting the best and get them at prices much lower than
silks would be gotten if priced according to today's market prices.
WHY WAIT AND PAY "MORE SHORTLY?
Mescalines - $2.39 to $2.98 Yd.
Taffetas $1-98 to $2.98 Yd.
Crepe de Chine $2.39 Yd.
Georgette Crepe - JwQ Yd.
Extra fancy Georgette crepe $3-98
Silk Poplins -98c, $1.49 and $2.15 Yd.
Wash Silks $l-9 Yd.
Usona Silk to89cd.
You should not fail to give them an inspection to appreciate the good values
MARION COUNTY TO !
BE SENTJQUT SOON
Thousands of booklets, descrfr-rv
of the many resources in Marion coun- j
ty, will soon be published and distri
buted throughout the world as a result :
of action taken at the meeting Thurs- ;
day night of the Marion County Com- .
munity Federation at Donald. Three
delegates from Salem T. E. McCros-
key. W. F. Franklin and L. J. Chapin
attended the meeting, that was one
of the most enthusiastic ever held br
the organization. '
Several matters of Importance, chief !
among which was the erection cf road
signs throughout the county, were dis- j
cussed and dispatched. I
Each town, community and city In 1
the county will be represented in the
booklets ordered published. One page
will be devoted to each of the 42 to be I
represented. Indicative of the inipar-
tial principlts of the organization, Sa- t
lem has only one page like the rest
More than half of these booklets will
be distributed by the State Chamber
The next meeting of the Marlon
County Community Federation will be
held in Salem February 3.
Members of the organization
nlpH?pri tholr nnmmrt tn the corn showM
to be held here next week.
FiRE DAMAGES MILL
CLOSE TO S1LVERT0N
Silverton, Or., Jan. 16. Fire was
discovered early Wednesday morning
In the Gordon sawmill two miles west
of this city and for a time it looked
as if the entire property would be consumed.
The fire originated In the boiler
room. Men were sleeping in a shanty
near by and at about 3 o clock in the
morning were awakened by the sound
of burning timber. When they went
to the mill the roof of the building
was almost wholly enveloped in flames.
With buckets of water they succeeded
What have you to sell
Best Prices Paid
W. E. Lucas
Ferry and Liberty Sts.
140 In Cash Given Away
Why should Salem people Buy Oregon made products?
In order to stimulate interest in Oregon Products week, Jan. 19th to 24th
Gale & Co. will give $40.00. in cash prizes for the best essays on the above
subject as follows:
Sixth Prize ... $1.00
Seventh Prize i qo
Eighth Prize ..... .' ij)Q
Ninth Prize l.oo
Tenth Prize l.oo
Second Prize i"-"V
Third Prize j-W
Fourth Prize J.OU
Fifth Prize -- 2-
Rules that govern this contest:
1. Anyone residing in Oregon is eligible to compete for these prizes, ex
cept employes of Gale & Co.
2. Essays must be plainly written or typewritten, one side of paper being
3. Essays must not consist of over 300 words.
4. Essay must be accompanied by the name and postoff ice address of the
5. Essays must be received by Gale & Co., or deposited in the post office v
properly addressed to Gale & Co., contest department, Salem, Oregon, on or
before 6 p. m. Saturday, January 24, 1920.
6 In awarding prizes the judges will consider: First, strength of reasons
given; Second, style and forcefulness of composition; Third, neatness and
JUDGES OF THE CONTEST In order to insure absolute fairness and
impartiality in awarding prizes, the following judges of the contest have been
selected: T. E. McCroskey, manager Salem Commrecial Club; R. J. Hendricks,
manager Statesman Publishing Co., and George Putnam, manager Daily
Prize winner's names will be announced in the daily papers as soon as
awards are made by the judges.
Address all answers to Contest Department
Gale & Company
Commercial and Court Streets
Formerly Chicago Store
in extinguishing the fire before much
damage was done. There was no fire
in the boiler, it is said, and the owner
of the mill is ut loss to know Just how
The mill was only recntly built and
was just ready to begin sawing timber
when the fire occurred. It will be a
couple of weeks now before the dam
age can be replaced and the mill is not
not likely to Btart for some time.
For Long Distance Auto Trucking
Willamette Valley Transfer Co.
WE ALSO DO LOCAL HAULING.
For your personal gain
STARTING MONDAY JAN. 19TH C. P. BISHOP IS GOING TO STAGE A SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
NEW ARRIVALS IN LATEST LADIES READY-TO-WEAR
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regon Made Goods
THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO SEE THIS DISPLAY, FEEL THE GOODS AND LEARN
WHERE THEY ARE MADE. THE COST IS NOTHING BUT THE KNO WLEDGEVHICH YOU WILL
OBTAIN IS WELL WORTH YOUR TIME
Salem Woolen Mills Store
C. P. BISHOP, ProP-
- EVERY FAMILY IN MARION AND POLK COUNTIES A PATRON
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