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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1920)
SALEM MEN NAMED
STATE ELKS LODGE
Portland. Jan. 26.-Appointive of-
UI . ,-. , ctatn Rika' asan-
ra in tne -"6"" "
' X nd n'bers of committees
I 1920 were named Saturday by
during- f tha aaao.
Hirrr G. Alln, jii -
V. tat association is com
SSTof 'the membership of all the
P0" in-. nf the stata of Ore-
lTIk rrairrui"'" -
nn and is composed of more than 15
The appointive officers named are
e a Jerome. Meaiora iuubo,
1188 sergeant at arms; Walter L.
tmW. Sr.. Salem lodge. No. S36. chap
tain, and J. W. Hildenbrand. Marsh
fldd lodge. No. 1160. tiler. '
These officers will serve with the
i-tive officers during the annual
1m .reunion which will be held in
,,ii.-it,'d for this convention
(r elaborate, and it is expected that
lr of their families will gather at
th capitol cny ourms iuo uuuiouuuu
'"'to committees and members ap
pointed to serve during the year are
Committee on laws: William R. Lo
gos, Oregon City lodge. No. 1189,
chairman; T. E. Daniels, Medford
lodge, No. 1168, and F. P. Leinen
weber, Astoria lodge, No. 180.
Committee on auditing: J. Gordon
Baker, McMinnville lodge. No. 1283;
Dsnton G. Burdick, Bend lodge, No.
1311, and Francis J. Toomey, La
Grande lodge, No. 433.
Credentials committee: E. Cooke
Patton, Salem lodge, No. 336; J. K.
Choate, Jr., Ashland 'lodge. No. 944,
and Dr. R. J. Pilkington, Astoria
lodge, No. 180.
Publicity committee: James D. Ol
son, Oregon City lodge, No. 1189;
George 0. Brandenburg, Portland
lodge, No. 142, and Lee D. Drake,
Pendleton lodge, No. 288.
rtiatrihuHnn committee: Charlea H.
Burgraff, Albany lodge, No. 859; Dr.
H. U Toney, Jlcllinnvllle lodge, No.
1283, and Charles C. Bradley, Port
land lodge, No. 142.
Grand lodge committee:: P. H. D'
Arcy, Salem lodgo, No. 836; K K.
Kubli, Portland lodge, No. 142, and
Dr. William S. Kennedy, The Dalles
lodge, No. 303.
Committee on relationship with
other state associations: Wilson S.
Wiley, Klamath Falls lodge, No. 1247;
Dr. Clyde Mount, Oregon City lodge,
No. 1189, and Tom O. Russell, Eugene
lodge, No. 357.
WHAT X YOUNG MAN
I "Presumably every young man
bows, as a physical fact, that he can
to nothing next year which be cannot
D some degree, do today. The
Important question Is whether the time
Ml come early enough In life to do
Blmny particular good. A lazy man
tannot possibly make himself Indus,
trioiu in the future; or an extravagant
nan, economical. If it Is done at all
lie must do it at an immediate present
fcoment-itt some 'light now I No man
jver saved a penny in the future, or
w will, He has got to save the
Nnny in his hand at the moment or he
( W be broke to the day of his death.
To save the nenav in hand ha
tait resist the temptation to spend It.
Every year that he does not re
wt weakens his ability to resist. It
U within the knowledge of everybody
... luo uruiuaiy circle or acqualn
mwi that, after a certain time, the
m who Uvea up to the limit of his In-wme-whlch
about nine times out of
w means a little beyond-accepts that
7.H..T cono"'on and Just auto
jMUcau, spends all that he gets.
If he ran . .
that i,7 i uy lamy' or ooner,
Ed.;;;, . l msooQ. L,mn for nlm-"-
uul ,ne eaturday Evening
i Start haw ul tt
Oetm m. ""savings Stamps,
M t budget basis. Make W. 8. S.
Al ter a job tbn feUow "
of twenty-six War Baring
v - Men
S faiH1 u'UP aftcr erythin?
e h7lt VgaV,e me new blood
t ratify ked "
back if it fail,:
Quit Meat If
Kidneys Act Badly
Take tablespoonful of Salts if Back
hurts or Bladder bothers Drink
Iota of water
We are a. nation nf . .
en i a ana
our blood is fUled with uric acid, says
. V umonty, who. warns
u, lu ua consianuy on guard against
The kidneys do their utmost to free
the blood of this irritating acid, but
become weak from the overwork
they get sluggish; the eliminative tis
sues clog and thus the waste is retain-
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1920.
III "A ninrAtnn I
ed in the blood to poison the entire
When your kidneys ache and feel
like lumps of lead, and vou hava
aUnglng pains hi the back or the
urine Is cloudy, full of sediment, or
the bladder is irrltnhio nhnrin.
I to seek relief during the night; when
JUU severe Headaches, nervous
and diziy 'spells, sleeplessness, acid
stomach or rheumatism in bad weath.
er, get from your pharmacist about
lour ounces of JnA !, .
jblespoonful In a glass of water before
ureaiuasi eactt morning and In a few
days wour kidneys will act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon Juice, combined
with lithla. and has been naeA fn Tol
erations to flush and stimulate clog-
sou moneys, lo neutralize the acids
In urine bo It Is no longer a source of
irritation, thus ending urinary and
. Jad Salts la
.Injure; makes a delightful effovescent
lithia-water drink, and nobody can
make a mistake bv taking utti.
casionally to keep the kidneys clean
Chicago. J. Cgdea Armour of Ar
moar A Co., Ermest A. Uastill. pres
ident of the Cora Excaaag NaUosal
Baak; Julius Koaeawald. presideot
9f Sears. Roebuck ft Co, and sev
eral other Chicago mniioaalres. are
going about today clad ia shoes re
They refuse to pay JH. SIC and
tig. the price "good shoes" are eell
lng for here.
Armour says ho boaght his (rst
pair ot m ahoea ia tare years last
Roseawald. whose company owns
a ahoo factory or two, hasn't takes a
pair ot new ahoea oat ot stock lor
All ot which basal aaytkiag to da
with limousine. Toa caa bet your
bottom dollar that Araaoar aad tha
rest ot them "half-sola- their iixaoa
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
MUSICAL C0S1EDY COMPANY
New Show New Songs New Comedy
GRAND 8SS M0N JAN. 26
OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS
LEO CARRILLO Gl ace Vaentine
EXCELLENT SUPPORTING CAST; RETURN ENGAGEMENT
Reserved seats sa sale at Opera House Pharmacy
PRICES-50ctot2.00 RESERVE EARLY
f Jf m w.
m MjapttM' Room
Of Russia, tella na that
a bed vtm itraw
covered boards. To
cayaigrn a room with a
eo'zxrtsbtt bed, food fumi
fcaw and fa s congenial home
pram merely a pkssact little
Jwrney through the Kooma
to Kot Want Ada la this
tn sa ! n.. fl Wmt a, t-
CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ADS BRING RESULTs!TAlE CAPITAL JOURNAL
aL limn mm i i .Biian m M1 ,
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Rain Coat Sale
We have remaining in stock Twenty-three Genuine Rubbered
a few Cravenette Coats, Various colors, and all sizes which we
are offering in some instances away below regular values.
. Your Choice H "
$14.50 values t
$16.50 values Y&Q f
$18.75 values dfr 9 fl Jr
The Old White Corner
Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store
At prices to suit your purse
Having received 92 new Fords during the past 6 weeksowing to receiving
extra allotments-we are overstocked on used cars and we must move them
to make room for our regular business. A greater portion of these cars
have been overhauled and repainted and are in perfect running order.
Remember last season's conditions on used Fords. They were not to be
had at any price and the same condition will prevail this season. If you are
in the market for a car.
Now Is the Time to Buy
ACT QUICK BEFORE THEY ARE ALL SOLD! .
We began business in this room February 1st, 1917,-First Reason.
We take our annual inventory Februarv 2nd ?n wmt tn jnn
stock to the very lowest figure po&blJnfge! UV
We Can USB t,hf Mah tn o trnnA orl,m- nir.i
why we make this 6 inree 00easo
Before Inventory Sale of
FOR ONE WEEK
af. 4. St?4?.lil
waning Monday, January 26, and
tnaing Saturday, January 31
With A Most
Tremendous Cut in Prices
FOR SHOES OF HIGH QUALITY. IN SPITE OF 'TRPat Anirtvrrc.
Lot 152 ladies' patent vamp cloth top
Lot 301 ladies' patent and kid lace
Lot 403 ladies' black cabareta, 2-
Lot 486 ladies patent and kid pumps,
Lot 602 Child's black kid button,
sizes 5'2 to 8.
AND THEN SOME!
MISSES SIZES 11 TO 2, AT $2.95
Style 534, gun metal, button welt, S.
D. sole, spring heel $3.65
Style 535, calf lace and button, welt
S. D. sole, spring heel $1.15
Style 505 kid lace, English last, low
Style 517 brown elk, button, spring
Style 501 black kid button welt S. D.
sole, spring heels .....;..$3.95
Child's sizes, 8a to 11 $2.95
Style 633 gun metal, button, Neolin
soles, spring heels $3.50
Style 643 smoka elk, button, belting
leather soles $4.25
Style 612 brown elk, button, oak
leather soles $3.45
Style 604 black kid, button, oak
leather, soles ... $3.65
BOYS' SIZES 2 TO 5 AT $2.95
Style 816 black calf, lace and but
Style 834 brown, grain blucher $4.00
Style 831 black heavy oil grain
LADIES' SHOES AT $3.95
Lots 107-107 "Selby" all black lace,
sizes up to 4'2 only.
Lot 114 "Selby" black kid, cloth top,
sizes up to 6 only.
Lot 141 black, all kid, button,' sizes
up to e'i
Lot 112 black, all kid, button, 8-inch
Lot 109-110 black, all kid lace, French
Lot 214-213 black, all kid, lace, Cuban
Lot 146-179 dark grey and Ivory kid,
matched cloth tops, lace.
Lot 142 "Selbys" black kid, tan and
gray cloth tops, lace.
Lot 141 black kid vamps, pearl grey
cloth tops, lace.
Lot 154 patent vamps, black cloth
tops, button, Cuban heels.'
Lot 274 gun metal lace, school heels;
MEN'S SHOES AT $4.95
Lot 709 black Aristo kid blucher,
welt soles $5.00 grade.
Lot 746 black gun metal blucher, welt
soles, $6.50 grade.
Lot 724 brown grain army blucher;
welt soles $6.50 grade,
Lot 754 brown heavy work shoe, welt
soles, $7.00 grade.
THERE ARE MORE GOOD BARGAINS, TOO, IN THE SAME PLACE
Our 1919 business was 54 per cent greater than 1918. Why? Many thanks'
We will try ta Deserve it Again in 1920.
LITTLER & UPMEYER