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j lT.jHonr.e ProducU
"ixth Annul t
V- Corn Show.
NOTICE Teoman meets Saturdav
night Instead of Friday night. Hurst,
State street. By order of committee.
tliorouehlv .1 . .
ProTessor Clmore of the uer.r;:;
or farm mechanics, spoke on "Power
tanning." The afternoon scss'0a
Tractor Fuel" by R. o. S.nellins. Ma-
nnn twin-... -
me caa-s? at
,- p. m. wfch an address on lubri
cation At,, ir,. .
. ; - is local manager
or the Standard Oil.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1920.
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"uowr Co.. tractor ue
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M.-Meetins of Salem
b chambers, J P-
.T.-s State meeting,
rarm Loan ass0Qia"
apipi in Salem.
14 ! Please meet at the club rooms at 1:30
t$1't,F,j Saturday to attend in a body the Elk
tunerai ot Drotuer X. I. iJavidson,
from the Kigdon chapel.
A. D. Boyd and M. L. Henderson of
Portland, factory representatives of
the Goodyear Rubber company, are in
Salem today on official business,
j J. C. Holcomb. and William Monroe
: of San Francisco, visited friends and
; business acquaintances in Salem Fri-
Howard Foster Players, today at
the Bligh. ' 20
Attention B. P. O. E. . Members
tchmaker, jeweler. Salem.
ird foster Players, today at, Klgdon company, leaaing funeral
h 20 ! directors. Superior service. Moderate
I Fvr the purpose of furthering jun
ior Red Cross work in this section,
was a ! Bort Adams, of the divisional head-
armory Saturday night.
quarters in Seattle, is making a tour
01 me tiume service otiices in the
Willamette valley. Mr. Adams was a
Salem visitor Thursday.
,. uMmes of Corvallis
visitor In Salem Friday.
. ,. sat. nieht. Good
t Miss Thelma Beamish of Livesley
I 0. Hickman, a Gervais phy- station, underwent a serious operation
Sas a Salem visitor Thursday, at the Salem hospital Thursday, for
'perforative appendicitis. She was at-
Auburn hall Saturday niglit. 'tended by Dr. W. B. Morse and Dr. G.
20 E. Prime. It is reported that she is
I doing as nicely as could be expected.
r. n Sherman of this city j
Portland Thursday for a few Arriving in the United States Feb-
TLt, rt li uarv 15' 1902' Carl NicoIal Anderson,
,iit wiin irienut. . hag (,ccllled that America ,g a
,. citniiliv nieht iBod country to claim citizenship in
" 90 and so announced his intention, Thurs
jduy. Mr. Anderson was born in KJol-
Waaainonlc orchestra, 7 art- jhavn.' Denmark, but is now a resi-
,; ,rt0 tonight. Koads great, dent of Garvai
The Salem chapter of American
c, o. Bingham, wife of , war mothera will hold their regular
"'Ce of County Recorder
Mildred Robertson Brooks, became
NoMan s Land" Thursday, when C.
R. Ellis resigned his position in that
or.lce in order to accept a better op
portunity in clerical work smu.
a taw student at Willamette univer
sity and has been mninl,i,ri
county recorders office during the
i.-aai iwo montns. Recorder Brooks'
domain received th -nir, -k'..
Man's Land" about three years ago
because of the fact that mere man,
has been a rarity among the clerical
force employed there. Mr R.,r,i-
nles that there has been any employ
ment discrimination against the mas
culine sex. but has observed that the
feminine staff persists in individual-
ij. -urs. i5i-ooK.s has now two assist
ants, Miss Helen Savage and Mrs.
Dora Webb. The office is very ur;
aespite the fact that this portion of
Use court house is being altered in or
der to make more commodious quar
ters for the recording department of
..iis:-.n;tas, -tis. 24 The aate t-
fl;.-' passed and sen; to the house a
bill authorizing the sliinpir.s KarJ ta
j ?ra glowing out of the cancelaiiion of '
! contiKcts. The board has estimated i
that the measure will affect about :
$13,000,000 in claims.
, Paris Jan. i44. The appointment' Washington, Jan. 24. Secretary
of .Major Kaufbwen as German char-1 Daniels yesterday took issue wish Wi!
ge d' affairs in Paris has been accented Ham J. Bryan, who wared in m.i.H.'.
my the Kiecch government. Tfce Ger- j addresses that Chsinnsi Cummincs of
man authorities communica ed The tj. ! h? .--a-'c r.atirr..! cm.nitt e
' rmr's inaueuiol dinner, at which an
Kdnards presidtntial nomination fc Joru
was lanr.chmt. and in reply lo .Mr. i'.ry
un said he was piesunt only as u
Pui.umeiU cf Kerr Koufiverpo ;o
povmiraont V eCr.esdny throiisj
Sais minister t- France.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
Pacific university has accepted an '
invitation to ioin with Willamette iini- :
nersuy and Oregon Agricultural col
lege in a woman's debate league.
Out Of 1S69 casea filed in the Plnolr
amas county courts during 1919 426 j
were divorce suits. Many of them i
were by residents of Multnomah cor.n
tno -- v.n:a a:sssoi'ia;e hi:i."f from
ftjitlOTrw; K.l'.rr!gf New Jeis-y, wh-i
iw:i? elec.eU on a -v et" platform or
'.es.gn tho natxoii.il committee cbulr
Mr. Cumminss sttended the gover-
Vrs. B A. I.ei -.on, a pioneer of
Bonton comity, is deal Rhe cras-se l
lne plains- fro.n Mi' souri in 1S32, set
tled ne;ir Jlimnw, where she has since
JOURNAL WANT AOS PAT
i Pendleton, Ore., Jan. S4. Wallace 1
; Wilder was found guilty of second de- ;
gree murder for the death of Bert W.
; H. MeXeece, former serviee man, by a
I jury in the curcuit court here last
night after deliberation of three hours
and a half.
Stated meeting of DeMo-
lay Commandrey No. 5, K.
T. this evening. Important
business. Visiting Sir
Knigists welcome. 20
1 fo0'.b . SinQ '
Hartratn in rv '-IVn
O " " VMl
If you want a good
automobile, and pric
is an important con
sideration, tak a
Journey through the Auto
moUio Want Ada in ouf
Clasaifled Section. We pro
mie you a pleasant trip and
many price and quality sur
priaeiQ Rut aaa Um ths Want K ln
Arriving daily. Within a few days our stock will be
the most complete in the city. We desire to serve
you right. Our prices will always be low and the
quality of our goods will be kept at a high standard;
A cordial welcome awaits nil visitors to this store.
152 North Commercial Street.
business meeting in the Commercial
club chambers Saturday afternoon at
3 o'clock. It is Imperative that all
mothers attend, and those .who have
not yet paid thoir membership fee of
$1 are asked to come prepared to do
so, so that the check for per capita
may be forwarded to national head
quarters at once.
Bineham of the circuit court,
Thursday in Woodburn as tho
,ard Foster Players, today at
;gh. , 20
and Mrs. George Elgin, 1099
High street, have as their guest
.,nt,lna tflirln nf Portland.
Don't forget ths big new and sec-
nd the good dances at armory on hand furniture auotion at Wood-
Saturday night. Hear the good i r auction nouse on aaiuraay, at
and singing while you dance. 1 1 30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Tell your
20 friends. 20
JI. Roberts, 1237 North Winter
was a business visitor in Port-
nd the good dances at armory
Saturday night. Hear the good
and singing while you dance.
Js. Knapp of Portland attended
train alialrs in the capital city
The loss of her purse containing a
post office money order for $50, a
$10 bill and 75 cents ln coin, was re
ported to police Thursday night by
Mrs. A. E. Harris, 965 North 16th
street. Mrs. Harris said that she be
lieved her pocket was picked by some
one. She missed her purse after leav
ing the Woolworth store.
' 'CHARLES RAY
"THE WEAKER SEX"
, At the regular meeting of the Ma
rlon County Women's Republican
club which was held at the Commer
cial club Thursday, the following off
icers were elected for the coming year,
Mrs. C. P. Bishop, president; Mrs.
iHelen Southwlck, first vice president;
Mrs.- Seymour Jones, second vice
: president; Mrs.. A. L. Johnson, secre
tary; Mrs. O. P. Hoff, treasurer. Be
cause ot the Inability of the club to
secure the Commercial club rooms on
the date of the next meeting, the date
has been changed and will be an
A Bhort course of lectures were giv
in in the Commercial club Friday, ex
plaining the uses and advantages of
tractors, and their operation, were
Every Day Wearing Apparel
Al Our Every Day Prices
Men's Heasy Work
Shoes, black or tan
M. J1R5 in C7 Kft '
plus line we have a
mock ior you to
u 5111211 ions
f er Style Shoes
$7.45 to $11.95
fc Black Shoes
at for Dress wear
, to to $9.50 ,
come in English
or round toes.
'or dress wear
1 to $6.85 "
2 to 6 $3.98
Mens Union Suits
Cotton Rite, $1.75
Fleece lined, $1.98
Part wool $3.45
Shirts or Drawers
Cotton Rib, 98c
Wool Plush $1.79
Natural $1.98, $2.50
Men's Coat Sweaters
. $3.95, $4.50, $4.95
Men's Logger Shirts
Plaids and Khaki
$6.45, $7.50, $7.85
Men's Kersev Woolen
Pants, $3.85 to $4.95
Men's New Style
Hats, $1.90 to $4.85
Men's Khaki Overall Suits..
Men's Gauntlet Gloves
75c, 98c, to $2.50
Men's Mackinaws -
$11.85 to $13.85
n Sample SidM
TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY OF OUR CELEBRATION
No Reserve Special Discount on all Merchandise No Reserve
Extra Special Waists
CREPE DE CHINE
Lot 1, values to $8.50
Lot 4 values to $14.50
EW SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE RECEIVED
It all goes into this Big Anniversary Event
4-4 Bleached Sheeting same grade and count as Hope Muslin, yard..V...;.25c
1000 yards of Devonshire Cloth, yard - --39c
Full size Crochet Bed Spreads, regular $5.00 values each ..... -- $2:79
Fine full size Crochet Bed Spreads, cut corners, regular $6 val. each....jJ2,98
500 cans Colgate Talcum Powder, 25c size, each 15c
Cotton Huck Towels, regular 25c values, 3 for '.
Large size, high quality, Huck towels, regular 40c values, each 25c
Tomorrow fxtra Selling Event, 2-in-1 Shoe Polish 10c, 3 for 25c
HERE ARE A FEW OF THE MANY ITEMS OF THE FORTIETH
These are taken at random throughout the store. Remember SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON ALL MERCHANDISE, including the ad
vance Spring Shipments already received, and whatever new merchandise arrives during THIS BIG EVENT.
Java Rice powder 35c
Pears Unscented soap 12c
Poiror Aonon'n 9A fnmAfs . 20C ' ste
AJUJ i .lOWlUif . Vfcvw m.
Bayer Asperin, 12 tablets 10c
Mary uaraen penume
Odorono, small 19c
Odorono, medium 59c
Colgate's Talcum, all scents 1 - 15c
Pepsodent Tooth Paste
- Colgate's tooth paste, small 9c
Colgate's tooth paste, large - 19c
Pebeco tooth paste 32c
! Men's work shirts, in chambray and cheviot, not -mail
order shirts, but heavywegiht and full cut...!....83c
Long Cloth 39c Yard
3 Pi St
32c f T&opntnjk
TO "hpst fc
Fruit of the Loom Muslin 33c Yard
Lonsdale Muslin 35c Yard
Devonshire ......: ; 39c Yard
Ozara. Outing Flannel high grade.. ......39c Yard
Men's heavy cotton Munsing Wear suits $1.85
Spool silk ., 7C
All wool Auto Robes, made in Oregon City.......;..$9.15
Men's black cashmere hose : 39c
Royal Worcester corsets .- ..$2.19
Model Brassieres, 75c grade 59c ,
Ladies' sweaters, ONE-HALF PRICE
Garza 9-4 sheeting ....56c Yard !
Garza nillnw rasps 4rjYf.fi 1 on
r .. , catn .
H 150 Berkeley cambric 49c Yard
cxai Jap Crepes, white, 30 inch 45c Yard
T ' 1 T T 1 I 1 n .
adies' Silk Clocked Hose C
New Shipment, Black, White and Brown, Anniversary Price r
THIS IS THE BIGGEST SHOPPING EVENT EVER STAGED IN SALEM. THOSE WHO SHOPPED IN THE AFTERNOONS
KNOW HOW CROWDED WE. WERE. IF YOU CAN SHOP MORNINGS IT WOULD BE MUCH PLEASANTER AND WE COULD
GIVE YOU BETTER SERVICE.
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