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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1920)
FIE INJURED BY
POETS CONTROL, IS
Flume. Jan. 23. Captain Gabrlele
pAnnunIo's control of this city has
disastrous to the people, who hare
little food and are suffering from epi
demics, according to Rlccardo Zanella,
oosooent of D'Annunsio and leader of
theViuman people's party. He says
the oet soldier is afraid of assassina
tioa and Is constantly under guard and
tht his action in setting the city has
resitted In international embarrass
mmt tor Italy. " .
"Captain D'Annunsio has violated
every principle of free government."
ayi Signor Zaneila, who was formerly
mayer of the city- "He hM ,odB8d his
legionaon our people, has troubled the
city for months and has commandeer
ed property under threats of violence.
The people are sick , of his regime.
There is little food and much disease
and wffarlng while our financial situ
tM Is jppalllng. Ninety per cent of.
the eltiKoa are calling for D'Annunzlo
ana his men to leave."
Waconda, Jan. ii. Waconda has
lost most of Us young folks, there has
been three weddings here since the
new year. Frank Haggneaur and.Hil
ma Ahlgreen were married New
Years eve, Waconda extends its best
wishes to the young couple and are
very proud to have them as residents..
i: iarert who has been agent
for the O. E. railway here for the
past four years has moved fn Ton.
A shower was given in honor of
Miss Charlott Russel at the home of
Mrs. C. Hall Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Goodenoucrh
attended the dance given at the ar
mory Saturday evening.
IS BEING DISCUSSED
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. 1920,
Leaders la Race Fight Are
Organised for the purpose ot pro
tecting the holdings of its members
frost trespass or encroachment by out
aide livestock men the Tumalo Co-operative
Cattle association, of Tumalo,
Deschutes county, filed articles of in
corporation with the corporation de
partment here oday. The incorpora
te are Einl! Anderson, Fred Anderson,
A. J. Barter, F. N. Wallace, W. R. Ger
king, Grover G. Gerking, Phil M. Smith
and Fred B. Wilson.
Other corporations filing articles
here today were:
Honeoy) Investment company, Port
land, $50,000; E. W. Mersereau, H. I.
Jlersereau and T. II. Ward.
Reseburg Development company,
Roaeburg, J15.000; John T. Long, A. J.
Lilburn and Guy Cordon.
Southern Oregon Lumber company,
Medford, Jackson county, $100,000; S.
E.Bullie, S. M. Bullis and E. J. Skewis.
Sam A. Older company, Portland
$1000; Ella Older, Guy Dodson and
Thomas & Merservy, Inc., Portland,
f 10.000; W. H. Thoma3, M. C. Meservy
nd Ora L. Meservy.
Certificates showing an Increase In
capital were filed by the following cor-.
Portland-Wyoming Oil Sydnlcate,
Portland, from $50,000 to $200,000.
Pacific Grain company, Portland,
from $210,000 to $1,500,000. ,
Supplementary articles of Incorpora
tion have been filed by the Bond Auto
company of Pilot Rock, Umatilla coun
ty, changing the name of the company
to the Pilot Rock Auto company and
increasing the captial stock of the cor
poration from $5000 to $20,000.
Permit to operate in Oregon has
keen granted to the Dunlop Tyre &
Rubber company, a Delaware corpora
tion. N. I). Simon of Portland will be
the company's attorney In fact for Ore-
Preparations Made To
Halifax, N. S., Jan. 22. The trans,
port Northern Pacific, bound from
Antwerp to New York with the last
contingent of the American Expedi
tionary forces In France, reported by
wireless at 8 o'clock this afternoon
that preparation were being made to
lake off the 271 passengers of the dis
abled transport Powhatan. The Pow
Hatan in tow of the Canadian govern
ment steamer Lady Laurier, was 200
mile southeast ot this port at noon,
p '.frogre8a wa slow. The Northern
raciflc is accompanying the two ves-icls.
nrGARY MAY HAVE K1G
iJ lM- 23 There is a grow
Het hers that the approaching
6lecUons wm result the
e Ubilshment of a monarchial govern
or.. ?V.cUvlt3r of monarchists in
the I ' blne watched c,08eiy. and
tW. '9 b96n rumore toat
wnary coup would be attempted.
Washington. Jan. 22. Prnnnoots t a
slgnedto better transportation facilities
and communications between the Amer
leas were incorporated in the report of
of the committee on transportation of
me ran-American financial conference
which was presented today to the dele
gates in general assembly.
The committee asked that all efforts
be used to obtain a substantial reduc
tion In ocean freight rates which were
said to have advanced so durins- the
Mrs. Josie Shepard has returned I war ? to prove aa effectual barrier
from a visit In an
10 trade between the Amerira
".w. . . virkuiij tu uer .
sister. . ...."
D. Blackburn and family who have
taken the place of E. P. Habert, have
movea nere to stay.
vuner naoert ana mother were
in Waconda Saturday visit! ne friends.
J. C. Savage was a recent visitor In
There will be no more services at
the Advent church in Waconda as the
building is condemned.
The Waconda furniture store is go
ing out of business.
ueorge Shepard and Tim Wtdmr
are cutting cord wood by the carload.
Motion Attacking Validity
Of Pittock's Will Mowed
Portland, Or., Jan. 22. A motion
filed today by O. L. Price, executor of
tne s,ooo,000 estate of the late Henry
L. Pittock, to strike out certain por
tions of the petition filed by Fred W.
Leadbetter and Caroline Pittock Lead
better, attacking the validity of the
will, was alolwed this morning by Cir
cuit Judge Tazwell.
Dan Reid Makes
27 Pound Gain
Bend, Oregon, Man In Bnd Shape
limes Tiuiluc ana Feels Like New
"I have actually gained twenty
seven pounds in weight and feel just
like a new man since I began taking
Tanlac," said Dan Reed, a woodman
who lives at Bend, Ore., while in the
Owl drug store recently. Continuing,
"Some time .ago I began to have
trouble with my stomach. My appetite
became very poor and I finally got to
where I would have to force down
every mouthful I ate, and when I did
this I would suffer with intense
cramping pains in my stomach after
ward. I would also bloat something
awful and my heart would palpitate
terribly and it would be all I could
do to get my breath. I lost so much
weight that I finally became so weak
I could hardly drag myself around.
When I got up In the morning I al
ways felt worse than when I went to
bed, and I had no energy and just
felt tired and wornout all the time.
"I had been reading so much about
Tanlac In Hie newspapers and the
good It was doing others I decidsd to
give it a trial, and it commenced to
help me almost at once. My appetite
Improved and I began to pick up In
weight and strength. I have taken sev
en bottles in all now, and am glad to
say I have been completely relieved
of all my troubles. I can eat anything
I want without suffering any bad af
ter effects and all that - tired, worn
out feeling has gone. I cari sleep all
night long without waking and always
get up in-the morning feeling ready
for my days work; and while the job
of a woodsman naturally requires a
great deal of physical fetength I can
do as much as I ever did. Tanlac did
me a great service In restoring my
health, and I am always glad to tell
others bout it, and never miss an op
portunity to do so."
Tanlao Is sold In Salem by Tyler's
Drug Store, In Hubbard by Hubbard
Drug Co., In Mt. Angel by Ben
Goooh, In Oervals by John Kelly, In
Turner by H. P. Cornelius, in Wood
burn by Lyman H. Shorey, In Silver-
i by Oeo. A. Steelhammer, In Gates
by Mrs. J. P. McCurdy, In Stayton by
C. A. Beauchamp, In Aurora by Auro
ra Drug Store, In St Paul by Groce
teria Stores Co., in Donald by M. W.
Johnson, In Jefferson by Foshay &
Mason and in Mill City by Marketerla
The establishment of regular freight
lines from the United States to South
American porta and the construction
of specially equipped coal ships were
suggested and co-operation between
governments and commercial lines In
South America for the establishment of
through ccean and land rates was rec
ommended. More frequent sailings from the
United tStaesto South America with
vessels equal in speed and comfort to
those serving on European routes were
rfort Dues Cnt Sought,
Delegates from the Latin-American
countries were asked to work for the
reduction of port dues and the aboli
tion of port requirements which make
the handling of cargoes its trans-shipment
difficult and expensive.
Establishment of motor truck high
ways so located as to assist the rail
roads to bring out products from the
interior also was recommended.
Latin-American countries not yet In.
eluded in the existing postal union
were urged to Join and the extension
of parcels posts systems was asken.
The committee recommended also that
tne international high commission be
asked to draft a uniform bill of lading
Rafael H. Eliza! de. minister from
Ecuador to the United States, acted as
chairman of the session today.
The records of the countv clerk nf
Klamath county show that during last
year 138 marriages were performed.
During the same period 70 divorce
suits were filed and 42 decrees granted.
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Co.
das medicine which will cure any
Open Sundays from 18 A. 1L
until 8 P. M.
' 153 South High iH.
Salem, Oregon. ' Phont 18$
FORD TRUCK WITH TWO TON
ATTACHMENT. BUNS LIKE A
OSCAR B. GINGRICH
MOTOR & TIRE CO.
871 Court Street
MADE TO OBDEB TO HT
YOTJ B WINDOWS.
810 Court Sreet
nOME OF THE VICTROLA
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
;to North Com m err iti
If you're nervous today
or if you were wakeful
last niht orlhe nifht
before, Its time io think of
In place of coffee
A boon to those who like cof
fee but cant get along' with it.
Sold by Grocers
Try a iin-youll findY7ere a?e3J0f
Made by Postum Cereal Co. Battle Creek.Mich.
Dumas, Ark., Jan. J. A civilian
posse from Dumas, preceding Camp
Pike troops to the scene of yesterday's land Doc Haynes .the others, had
" mi.etu mmra negroes and a caped.
dtputy sheriff this afternoon, captured
(John ".Veleh and Frank Kibbel, two of
jthe alleged ring leaders, and ascertain
ed mat Will Kibbell, George Kibbell
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THC KMNOTON ASMS UM C CO Wt
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A Nutritious Diet for All Ages
Quick Lunch at Home or Office
Avoid Imitations and Substitute
I he civilian posse met the Camp
i-iKe soldiers and turned them back to
Dumas. It was decided the troops
would not be needed. They probably
win returnto Camp Pike tonight.
1XX1I MISSION DENIED
Paris, Jan. 23. Reports that Mar
shal Foch is going to Warsaw on a
military mission were officially de
nied by the government today.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
Io Fortify tlie System Against Grip
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
Tablets which destroy germs, act as a
Tonie and Laxative, and thus prevent
Colds, Grip and Influensa, There Is
only one "BROMO QUININE." B. W.
GROVE'S signature on the box. 30c.
1 4 iB
Hamlin' Wizard Oil a Safe
rirsi ia Treatment
Row otlen lockjaw and blood pot.
oning result from the neglect of 4
flight scratch or little cut I Hamlin's
Wizard Oil is a safe and effective first
aid treatment. It is a powerful anti
septic and should be applied imme
diately to wounds of this kind to pre
cnt danger of infection.
It is soothing and healing and'quick
y drives out pain and inflammation in
ases of sprains, bruises, cuts, burns,
itcs and stings. Just as reliable, too,
r sifl neck, sore feet, cold sores,
inker sores, earache and toothache.
Get it from druggists for 30 cents,
not satisfied return the bottle and
'. ycur money back. C
i Cver constipated or have sick head
ie? Just try Wizard Liver Whips,
easant little puilc pills, 30 cents
ar gains for
e mar pain eeaers
SATURDAY AND MONDAY SPECIALS
Si!? f livin fteadijy increasing is it any wonder that people study closely where they can buy
5w?ffl f ne,cf Sltles at the tst possible prices and at the same time not to lower the standard of
mfSoAT AND Y0U WILL KN0W WHY SUCH LARGE
We do not Substitute our
We carry the best there is in the market and always manage to sell for less than others. Some people are
from Missouri and want to know why and how we can do it. Well, we figure on a quick turnover at a lower
protit to be more profitable. Study these prices. They mean more merchandise for less.
Flour is advancing. We sell at old prices
49 lbs Corn Meal .....$2.85
Sack Corn Meal ....66c
Sack Rolled Oats 72c
10 lbs. colored beans 79c
5 lbs wheat flakes 49c
1 lb. lima beans 15c
5 lbs linta beans : ....f..74c
Bargains in Tea
Coffee and Cocoa
Reliance coffee, 1 lb ..45c
Reliance coffee, 3 lb can at 44c
Coffee in bulk at 35c
English breakfast tea 35c
Gunpowder tea 53c
Canned Goods Specials
Milk, corn, peas, beans, tomatoes,
clams, salmon, baked beans and
others, per can 15c
1 can free with two dozen
10 lbs. apples 75c
10 lbs Italian prunes 80c
10 lbs peaches 80c
10 lbs. tomatoes 50c
10 lbs catsup .....70c.
Buy Your Syrup Now
No. 5 Karo light ...55c
No. 10 Karo, light $1.09
No. 5 Karo, dark 52c
No. 10 Karo, dark ...$1.00
No. 10 Fountain $1.09
10,000 yards of bleached
v House Lining
At 8c and up per yard
500 Oregon made
$2.48 and up
Phez 16-oz glass 45c
Arm & Hammer Soda
2 packages for 13c
. 28c Per Pound
Get your share of it
29c Per Pound
Bargains In Soap
10 bars white 60c
10 bars wool 70c
10 bar3 yellow 50c
Men's Furnishings Specials
Men's Light Weight Union Suits at
MEN'S KHAKI WORK SHIRTS
Men's Cotton Socks
2 Pair for 25c
One lot Men's Overcoats at
$6.98 and up
Men's Mackinaws $5.48
Men's suits $15.93
Small sizes $8.08
YARD GOODS SPECIAL
Heavy white flannel, 27-in, yard 29c
Curtain goods lawn and flowered
borders, at, per yard 19c
All wool velour, 54-inch, suitable for
skirts, spring coats and suits at, the
yard .. .. $3.98
We recently received this and we sell
it for less than factory prices today.
Tricotine all colors, 48 inch at per
For a good work or dress shoe visit
our shoe department which carries a
complete stock of footwear for the
These prices guaranteed at
t will pay
and up. vv7Tij I
A large assortment of shoes marked $1.00
Remnants in laces at largely reduced prices. Also a big
assortment of crockery and enameled ware. .
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