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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1920.
.4. Meeting of Salem
-.""...nthers in Commercial
dob chambers. 3 p. m.
jn ST-2S State meeting.
Kenai Farm Loan asmocla-
,g Rotary club lunoh
1 JO-Business and Pro
! fconal Women", elub meet
Feb. 2 " Business Men
, luncheon at Commercial club.
in.1 J T. TV. C A.
J empain In Salem. .
watchmaker, Jeweler. Salem.
jo, Wednesday night. Moose
Dance Wednesday night. Moose
Zadoc Riggs, proprietor ot the Cap
ital Drug store on State street, and
Dr. Charles H. Robertson are among
the Salem folk who left for Portland
Sunday, to attend the Shriner festiv
Plin,, ..n, . u
, B i- ' J . Ul U18-
orflerly conduct, late Saturday, A. D.
spier was nned 110 when rrii
in the recorder's court The charge
. . . . . j proprietor or me
T Lapuai .xchnnge, 337 Court street
front fendrrs nf
. uuk(a .via wnc imu-
ty smashed. The proprietor of the gro
cery store immediately settled all dam
Pat Devine, 49, arrested early Sun
day morning on downtown streets by
Officers Branson unrl v i vhn.
being drunk, was given a susnended
wjmence oi five dais in Jail or a fine
of tie by Police Judge Race Monday,
j Pat told the Judge that "moonshine"
itnisxey had produced his intoxica
tion, but declined to tell where he got
Mrs. Walter Low, wife of the city
street commissioner, is confined to
bed at her home. 245
street, suffering a severe cold. It was
inougnt Sunday that It would devel
op Into pneumonia, but Monday she
showed slight Improvement
D EUiott. 222 West Miller
-It Tinted with relatives m New
t over the weekjnd.
gaby chicks. 658 State. Tel. 400. 27
p Shoemaker of Portland at
Jded io business affairs in the cap-
Bldon company, leading funeral
Superior service. Moderate
Anyone having Defiance wheat for
Should gA in touch with Charles
B. Archerd Implement Co.
H A. Michel of Brooklyn, N. Y..
out of town visitor in Salem
Those taxi drivers In Rniem u.i,n
have not yet obtained new running li
censes face arrest, according to City
iraaaurer nice Monaay. Mr. Hice said
that several taxi drivers here have
not yet obtained licenses. mH h
warned that the period alloted In
which to secure the licenses was near
was an out
Baby chicks 55S State. Tel. 400. 27
A street lami) at the cnr nf 1 9th
and Bellevue streets, where the drive
way enters the Southern Pacific depot
yards 4s greatly needed, according to
several motorists who have narrowly
escaped accidents there. Police said
Monday that several taxi drivers have
complained about the absence of a
light there. One taxi driver reported
that because of his Inability to see the
ariveway n the darkness he drove up
onto depot yard into a row of rose
The regular tri-weekly business
men's biff ball class will meet at the
M. C. A. gymnasium at five thirty
o'clock Monday night Since the in
clement weather that
check to the games only small teams
have been out, probably half of the
memoers or uie teams. This has pre
vented the selection of cantaina on
i either side, and has held back the
Attention of the public Is called by
the Home service section of the Am
erican Red Cross, to the fact that the
government Insurance may now be re
ceived in a lump sum if so desired. In
stead of in the monthly payments, as
was hitherto the case. However, for
those who elect to take the monthly
payments, during the twenty year per
iod, as was at first specified, thus-allowing
the government the use of the
balance during that time, the accum
ulated interest will have-amounted to
$3800 at the end of ttie twenty years,
for $10,000 policies. It is thought that
the majority of persons will pursue
the latter course, preferring the
$57.50 monthly payments to the lump
IIAIL CARFdERS HOLD
JOLLY MEET FRIDAY
The first social and get together
meeting since war was declared by
Uncle Sam against the Hun was held
at the home of Clifton Ross. 2025
Hazel avenue. Friday night by the city
I mail carriers. Prior to the war the car
riers held monthly meetings at the
various homes of the carriers, and
this meeting marks the resumption of
I this practice. The next meeting will
be held at the home of Frank Tooth
acher. The carriers spent considerable
time discussing means of bettering
Carrier service in the city; and they
enjoyed a splendid entertainment and
dinner following the business discus
sion. The following carriers and their
families were present:
Fred Barnick. Frank Toothacher,
Clifton Ross, Arthur Welch, Joseph
Benner, Superintendent of Mails Ar
thur Gibbard, Cy Howard, F. A. Ba
ker, Jesse Prince and W. A Persons.
J. H. Baldwin, brother nf C.ilimnl
A. J. Baldwin. Is visitine fu
weeks at the latter's home on Nob
Will XJr. T?o11t.,i i .
Wednesday night, Mooso in the Minnesota legislature,, and
. 23 connected with a. nrnmlniit ln. tiwm
in that state. He is in the northwest
A permit to alter the one storv
frame dwelling on his place at 678
North Winter street was issued by
Assistant City Recorder Paulson Sat
urday to O. W. Moon. Cost of alter
ing the building will be about $600,
Mr. Moon said.
... mui diaioi jib ia in me iiuruiwegt
C. a Bowner of Aumsvllle was a in connection with some large lumber
visitor in Salem Monday. Interests.
Harold F. Humbert of Portland was
la Salem Monday visiting with friends
and attending to business affairs.
Hia Luclle DeWitt of Portland
pent the week end with her mother
A D. Spier, former proprietor of
the Capital Exchange, went to Wood
hnrn Sunday for a business visit of
several days duration.
0. K. DeWitt, formerly of Salem,
wu admitted Friday into the 35th
Cathedral class, Scottish Rite 32d de
gree Mansons, at Portland.
Ilia Jessie Miles has returned from
Eugene where she spent the week end
with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. O. B.
J. A Krebs, 997 Saginaw street,
who was taken suddenly ill Saturday
and suffered a severe hemorrhage, is
Improving slowly under the care of
Hiss Marion Miller, a student at the
Oregon Agricultural college, was the
week end guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. A. Miller, 260 Marlon
Word has been received in Salem
that an act was recently passed by
congress, insuring all mon and offi
tera of the ill fated "Cyclops" which
disappeared mysteriously In the
Wring of 1919, for $5000.
The interior decorating class of the
Balera Art league,, will meet Tuesday
evening at 7:30 at 642 Court street.
Miss Phillips and Miss Wagner will
he hostesses The emancipation of the
ming room will be the topic of study
Mrs. Mary Theresa Orstad, 50, who
saa been receivinir treatment at a lo
ol hospital for Revoral weeks, paas
j away there late Sunday. Bhe waB
the wife of L. O. .Orstad of Portland,
ho is expected to arrive in the city
Monday to make arrangements for
the funeral. The body is at the par
lors of the Webb & Clough undertak
TITE RIGHT TO
Police received a report Saturday
from W. G. Fisher, 95 South-12th
street that while driving down 12th
street near the woolen mills, he had
collided with the delivery automobile
of the Lebold grocery company. The
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. N.
A. Paris, 1725 South Commercial
Btreet, died at the Portland Maternity
home Saturday. The child was bur
ied in the City View cemetery here
f Special meeting of De-
257 Molay Commandrey No.
the R. C. and the Malta de
grees. Visiting Sir Knights
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Leo Carrillo Here Tonight
0" Unities are of
lne highest charac-
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'o satisfv ,.
"Ml exacting ou.
""uct of our staff
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traction at Uie Grand tonight
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VOMEN PROVE 10 BE
Eugene, Or., Jan. 26. The work of
the women forest fire lookouts In the
Cascade forest last summer was so
successful that N. F. MacDuff, super
visor of the forest, wants a large
number for next summer's work, he
Last sumnrer five women were em
ployed at high stations in the forest
to report by telephone any Indications
of fire or smoke. Each of the women
lived alone, camping out In the open
a great part of the summer, with no
other persons within several miles of
During the summer the forest ser
vice will employ 40 additional fire
patrols and many of these are expect
ed to be women. Many lVs of tele
phone wires have been strung In the
Cascade forest, -connecting all sta
Besides these 40 patrolmen or wo
men the four regular rangers will be
on duty all summer.
3KfiBSB8BS6 Meet Me at Meyers ffSBSes
IT WILL TAKE A FEW DAYS TO RESTORE US TO NORMAL SINCE SB
OUR GREAT ANNIVERSARY EVENT, AND WHILE THIS IS BEING
DONE WE SHALL THROW OUT ON
Short Lengths, Broken Lots and Sizes
at Extra Special Prices to
Make Final Clearanae
Watch for Yellow Price Cards they mean dollars to you
Received Too Late For Anniversary Event
White Braid Tiiinmed CoDar and Cuffs
Regular Cut . ,
All sizes from ' .
4 years, to size 40
POTATOES HOARDED, IS CLAIM
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 28. Investiga
tion conducted by the United States de
partment of justice has disclosed
thousands of tons of potatoes are held
at Yakima, Wash., and at points near
Seattle by growers who are waiting for
higher prices, Ben L. Moore, United
States district attorney, announced
You Can Always Do Better at
Who Will Always Do Better By You
APPROVED BY COMMITTEE
Washington, Jan. 26. By a vote of
9 to B, the senate military committee
today approved provisions providing
for compulsory military traning for
boys between 18 and 21 years inclusive
and ordered a favorable report on the
army re-organization bill.
Pittsburgh, KanB. Jan. 26. Four
hundred Kansas miners struck this
mornin? because of the nasflii.irp of the
Industrial court hill. A mine of the
Western Coal and Mining company at
rranKim ana a mine oi tne wear
Coal company at Dunkirk were idle.
Tn ffilTft fl. finld In OnA Tia.w
Take LAXATIVE BBOMO QUININE
(Tablets.) It stops the Cough and
Headache arfd work a off the Cold. E.
W. GKOVE'S signature on each box.
August Kehrberger vs Lizzie Up
pendahl et al. Summons.
A. Graber vs C. A. Roberts, Stipu
lation, John Nelson etc.,'v8 J. H. West.
August Schnuelle vs Cass Sanders.
Ray Perkins, estate. Order for sup
port of widow and children.
Jerry Graham, estate. . Inventory
Rebecca K. Wait, estate. Inventory
In the -matter of the guardianship
of persona and estates of Paul T. and
Claude H. Huffman, minors.
Herman Tiarks, estate. Inventory
Mary A. Starr, udmliilHlratrix of the
estate of J. N. Starr. Bond.
ORSTAD Mrs. Hary Theresa Orstad,
50, of Portland died at a local hos
pital Sunday night.
Body at Webb & dough's. Funeral
arrangements not yet made.
rARIS Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
N. A. Tarls, died at the Maternity
hospital in Portland Sunday.
Burial was In City View cemetery
PORTLAND HAS FIRST
"FLU" DKATII SUNDAY
Portland, Or., Jan. 26. The first
death from influenza here this winter
occurred last night when a woman
succumbed to the dlnease. There wero
fourteen cases hore today, According
to the board of health, and several
others were being Invefttlguted to de
termine If they should ho classed as
Powhatan, Adrift Since
Saturday, Again In Tew
Hlaifax, N. S., Jan. 26. The dis
abled army transport Powhatan,
which has been adrift since Saturday
100 miles from this port, Is again In
tow, according to wireless advices to
day, Two American tugs are brltiRinj
her to this port.
The ship's exact location was not
Btated, but she is expected to reach
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THIS MARKS THE LAST WEEK OF OUR JANUARY SALE, AND WE AE OFFERING THE FOL- j
lowing cut prices on high grade footwear. If you haven't already attended this sale, you will sure find the S
kind of shoe you wrant and at a very enticing price, at
Brown ' Shoe Store
Women's Women's Men's Boys'
Shoes Shoes Shoes S,10es
Wide variety Dressy street Inbackand ra special
' boots. . Brown on all lines and
of colors and brown English , jU L
kid and calf, shoes that
combinations, and semi Eng. stand up under
possessing sty- lish Very the wear and
les, regularly . .tear
. ' dressy. Regu-
priced $15.50 to . RegUiar price, $3.85
lar $9.00 now or-
$18.00, now $12.50 to $14 " $3.85
$12.85 $9.85 $6.85 $5.85
All lines in
for this Not
MEN'S SHOES for work or out-door wear in black and brown, medium and heavy weights. Regularly
Priced from $7.50 to $8.50 ,
SALE PRICE $3.83 and $6.43