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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1920.
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T:: bureau. 3:39 p. m.
Teb. -Meeting ta H
J of SHalem to 0mam
Feb. 6.-1 e,n ot Slem
Helghts Improvement league,
I community hall ' 1
Feb. MeUnS N
T m Hiehland scheoL "
Feb aBusiness Men a
juncheor., Commercial club.
! 'Feb! 10. Meeting of Floral
gjciety. Commercial club, t
!. Musical concert,
J high ch001 aditor,nm 8
BFeb. 10. Meeting of. Salem
League, Commercial club,
I SO p. rn.
. P.h n Monthly banquet
i v m r
i 1 1. m. '
Feb 11. Open forum meet
ing Commercial Club, club
clambers, 8 p. m.
Feb 12 Christian Science
lecture. Grand opera house, 8
d. m.. .
Fob. 19 Marlon County
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x nMMrpns Dureau
. Commercial club.
i Feb. 10-14-OT. W. C. A.
campaign in Salem.
I Feb. 1. Basket ' social,
I Spanish War Veterans at ar-
t mory, 8 p. m. .
Lots, watchmaker. Jeweler. Satem.
Smash up your auto, strip Tout
nan, put your car on the hummer
ted let the Fair Grounds Garage do
We repair automobiles and flx
Forda. All work guaranteea. ;
Phone 308; shop at end. ot pay
nent on Pacific Highway. '
a special meeting of the board of
trectors of the commercial ciuo wm
t held tonight at the Spa. The meet
tag has been called to discuss and
bear plans for raising the club budg
et for 1920.
Dr. S. C. Stone can now be found at
Tyler's Drug store. ,
lies Captain Inakeep of he Bortland
department, died at a hospital here
Wednesday. He was 41 years old. The
body was shipped to Portland for fun
eral and burial by the Webb 4 Cloug'a
Our golf ball enamel will make
your old golf balls .look like new.
Hauser Bros. 33
' The Presbyterian ladies will hold
a cooked food sale Saturday Feb. 7,
at the store of Lot L. Pearce, 23 N.
Commercial St., beginning at IV a. m.
There will be on sale cold meats, bak
ed beans, spaghetti, pies, cakes and
The following persons were initiat
ed into the- United Artisans Thursday
night: Mrs. Daisy Turner, Nellie D'
Autremont, Madonna E. Stranahan.
Emma. B. Lee,- Ruth B. Wallacei Ea
rner j.-. j.iavies, Jennie Bush, Paul D'
Autremont, William H. Dalxiel, Sam
. ivoser, M. Klorfelm, Verden M.
Moffitt, Ralph Martin, Elmer L. Ter
rill, T. J. Condo, R. J. Collins, Af H.
Hitchcock and A. A. Kafoury.
Dance at Macleay Saturday night
Everybody welcome. 83
Mrs. Belle Pero, who died In Cen
ttrville. R. I Jan. 37, will be buried
la the Lee Mission cemetery Satur
day afternoon, following funeral serv
tees to be held at the chapel of tie
Hlgdon and Son company, at 3:18.
Reverend L. C. Zimmerman will have
charge. Mrs. Pero died while iB a
rait from Salem to the east '
"Light of the Western Stars," starts
minaay at the Oregon. as
Dance Saturday night in the arm
ory. . . 32
Tou can't afford to miss the special
neetlngs at First M. E. church. Hear
Dr. Mahood tonight at 7:30. 82
Tour rivals are getting their golf
Kruie these days. Our equipment will
give you an edge on them. . Hauser
Judge George G. Bingham has ren
dered an order and decree in the suit
t John Walling against Hal Sisty.
Tola suit Involved the settlement of a
contract. By the terms of the court's
rddr, Mr. Sisty is allowed 60 days in
whicii to make certain payments due
Ton can't afford to miss the special
eetings at First M. E. church. Hear
w. Mahood tonight at 7:30. 32
Baby chicks. 558 State St. Tel 400.
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Attorneys representing plaintiffs
w defendants in the suit of the Phes
J?Pany against the Salem Fruit
"'n, will submit written briefs to
w conrt as the result of agreement
" in department No. 2, Friday.
rZ J?e G' B1"Sham and Judge
sTL Kel,y are expected to ren
wjint verdict In the case in about
"fee weeks time.:
Hear TV t 1 . ...
twk 7 ."""'""o at tne First M. K.
Z 1 '0mght at '30. Good music
ood preaching. Warm welcome
8nish 'nfluenxa here
!!mhe RlBdon Son under-
eompany at two o'clock- Sat-
l'MlHw sing while you
,ne ory Saturday night
" ail. preat"lng. Warm welcome
l? lnsH, former Port
---MWI brother of Po-
I THE KPfCAK KAav.
xuis is iaeai golf , weather. We
nave everything to help your game.
Hauser Bros. 32
i-uuicryKaepers: Our firi hKv
u or iszo will be on sale to
morrow, Saturday. We can supply
either local or California hatched
chicks this season. New location, 558
State St. Visitors always welcome. 32
ler, who carried the leading role in
jxjiopnooe duet and Turfield Scjind
;the "House Next Door" wilt give sev
tera readings. These soloists and oth-
1 ers will appear with the band, orches
tra, and glee club concert under the
direction of Prof. C. A. Davidson on
the evening of Feb. 19.
After an illness of several months
la a local hosoit&L Charles R wnu
iama. 4(, from Portland, died Thura-
oay morning. The body will be ship
red tc Portland f-n- funeral and bur
ial Saturday by Ui Webb & Clough
company. Mc. W.,i:am had no rela
tives In Salem,'
rropeny, the total valuation of
which, is 320,000 is Included in the
report or William Kaufman, Jacob
iurcner and Philip Strou in their
appraisement report of the Christian
Wenger estate. Personal property,
represented mostly by liberty bond
investments was appraised at 35,
009.83. Tbgjestate embraces real prop
erty in Marlon county valued at 315.
150. County Judge Bushey has appoint
ed George Aj Smith, J. W. Mayo and
jonn. nuaerer as appraisers of the
George Neibert estate. -
W. J. Culver, S." C. KIghtllnger and
Frank Bowman have submitted ap
praisers' report in the estate of Phil
ippine Warner. The report covers
property valued at 34477.70.
A meeting of the boy scout council
of this city will be held at the Com
mercial club thlsr evening for the pur
pose of shaping plans. to promote the
campaign for raising the budget for
ims year s work. ... r
... The latest, book of golf rules is
yours for the asking. Hauser Bros.
8peaking on Christian Science, Dr.
John Mi, Tutt, D. 8. IX.. of Kansas
City, Mo., will appear at the Grand
opera house, Court and High streets,
Thursday evening. The meeting will
be at eight o'clock, and the publio is
invited, to attend.
Miss Ada Jones, Miss Mamie Johns,
Jess Johns and Mr. and Mrs. George
A. Sohulz of Salem, attended the
funeral of Miss Gretta Bigman in
S. C Kightlinger returned Wed
nesday night from an extended visit
Miss Lucy Holt and her brother,
George Holt, who have been attend
ing Willamette university, have gone
to Seattle with their parents, Rever
end and Mrs. G. F. Holt. Reverend
Holt has been the pastor of the First
Baptist church for a number of years.
The two young people will enter the
Vnlversity ot Washington. j
Men for service In the Panama
canal department of the U. 8. artil
lery are wanted at once, according to
a communication received by Corpor
al W..W. Sites, In charge of the local
recruiting station, from the war de
partment Friday. So urgent is the call
that special assignments are offered
to all men enlisting or re-enllstlng In
this department, the, message read.
C. A. Sweek of Burns, attorney for
the new Irrigation district being or
ganized In Harney county, was a cap
itol visitor Thursday in consultation
with State Engineer Cupper relative
to the plans for the district. The dis
trict includes approximately 80,000
acres in the vicinity of Burns and
will Include the holdings of the Pa
cific Livestock company, the Win,
Handley company and practically all
the irrigated and partially irrigated
lands now taking water from the Sil
vles river. Land owners In the dis
trict will vote on the organization of
the district February 10.
A new men's literary society has
been organized at Willamette univer
sity, composed of students who on ac
count 1 of the Increased enrollment
could not be taken Into one of the old
societies last fall. They may affiliate
with the Palladians, the new women's
scciety, la the manner in which all
the societies are inter-related for so
cial purposes, but nothing of this na
ture has yet been arranged. Several
of the upper classmen Interested In
the project are William- Sherwood,
Leslie Bailey, fiverett Lfsle and Wil
liam ShoII. The society has not yet
Sa HI club members dance
night Cotillion hall.
Following six years of strained
fortunes prosperity la again smiling
upon the lower Coquille valley, in
southwestern Oregon, according to F.
N. Perkins of Bandon, who has been
a Salem visitor for the past two days
Mr. Perkins says that the opening of
a large condensary by the Nestles
Food company at Bandon has been
one of the greatest factors in the re
vival of industrial activity in the sea
fort city. The-outlook In the lumber
industry, the commercial backbone
of that section' of he state Is also very
premising, according to Mr. Perkins.
n Among th soloists who will appear
in the concert of the high school mus
ic department concert next Tuesday
e?eninfe' are several masculine artists.
Ira Cave will render a cornet solo,
Avery Hicks, 'cello solo; Lamont Bul
lock and Wayne Allen will render a
Frank Beatty, originator of system
of automobile Identification, was a
Salem visitor Friday. Mr. Beatty, who
was engaged In federal Investigation
work during the' war, has evolved
what he calls a "Bertillion of the au
tomobile." Mr. Beatty knows more
About cars than the average garage
"fence" and criminal mechanic. He
claims that an automobile . can be
classified by marks, similar to the
human finger prints and has proved
his theory to the satisfaction of many
automobile owners and to the discom
forture of sundry auto thieves.
John Claudius Wilson, 62ra farm
er, residing at Woodburn, filed his
first citizenship papers Friday. Mr.
Wilson was born at Askerki, Denmark
and arrived in the United States,
June 13, 1870.
Mrs. C. B. McCuIlough left Salem
Thursday for Perry, Iowa. .
W. V. Brown, profesor of agricul
ture at Oregon Agricultural college,
was a Salem visitor Thursday, leaving
for Portland in the afternoon,
Speakers from the Christian and
Missionary alliance convention in
Portland will speak at the Baptist
church Sunday, February 8.
Word has been received that Lloyd
G. Schaeffer, 1505 Cottage street, has
been advanced from apprentice sea
man to seaman second class. Accord
ing to naval officials, the advance
ment of Mr. Schaeffer Is an Illustra
tion of an every day occurrence
among the men who have gone into
the navy and applied themselves, as
the navy today requires 80,000 men
of high skill in fifty different trades,
and is operating its own schools to
teach each man to become an expert
in his own line. Mr. Schaeffer is sta
tioned at the naval training station,
As proof of the exceptionally large
volume of business conducted at the
local post office, the postage sales for
the first class matter totalled $9,804.
70 for the month of January. Last
year, with the three cent letter stamps
and two-cent post cards, the total
was 311,052 for January. Second
class matter postage aggregated $169.
07 for. the past month, and third
Judge J. F. Lighter of Portland,
was a Salem visitor Friday, bn offi
Miss Etta Helena Mahood, of Tor
onto, Ont., 1b in Salem visiting her
father, Evangelist Mahood.
F. A. Hammergren, of San Francis
co,, was a business visitor in Salem,
Frank Chambers president of the
First National Bank of Eugene, was
a Salem visitorFriday.
Gus Wheeler, of Portland, whose
carriage and appearance belies his 76
years, was In Salem Friday. Mr.
Wheeler, In past years was a Salem
resident, being at one time County
Treasurer for Marlon and. later, as
sistant state treasurer.
Alex Harold, who operates a pro
lific cfarm, north of Salem, was in
the ccity Friday morning.
. E. E. Bengs, fruit "grower, who re
sides near Marlon, transacted business
in Salem, Friday.
In an order signed by Judge George
G. Bingham Thursday, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Wood have been granted per
mission to adopt Vanerva Tepa, a
minor child! 'The little girl's name will
be changed to Vanerva Wood.
Due to the Illness of Walter Wins
low, an attorney in the case, the trial
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Outfitters to Women, Misses
Quality Merchandise ' Popular Prices
of 1. B. Ewing, charged by John P.
Murphy of illegally possessing a ten
or trset of land, was postponed in
definitely Friday by Judge . L'nruh.
The -trial was Bat IS o'clock Friday
HARPER C B. Harper, 31, of flu,
at his. home, 1325 . Fan-mount
Funeral at chapel of Webb ' A
Clough company at 2 p. nv Saturday.
Burial Odd Fellows cemetery. - -
kick Howard Elvin Rice four
months old, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Rice, 3053 North Liber
ty street, Thursday. .
Funeral at chapel of Webb ft
Clough company, 10:30 a. m.' Satur
day. Burial I. O. O. F. cemetery. .
INSKEEP John William Inskeep, 40
of Portland, at a local hospital
Body shipped to Portland by Webb
& Clough for funeral and burial.
43, Portland, at
Body sent to Portland for burial by
He Sees With
Foresighted men never allow
themselves to get farsighted
or. even nearsighted. At the
first Indication of Impaired
eyesight they come ta Dr.
. Henry E. Morris and get their
vision perfected with proper
Henry L Morris & Co.
SOS State St, Salem
To any person Who may be Inter
ested- I will state that I was aft'.Uited
with CANCER involving almost the
entire lower lip for two years or more.
I consulted with Dr. 8. O. Stone,
Salem, Oregon, who applied a medi
cine for five days and the CA.NCER
came out entire to mj' greaut satis
faction. The place healed up nicely
and I can truly recommend Dr. Stone
and his treatment v
A. J. Hrr-HlSON,
Banks, Oregon, Routt 3, Box 1)3.
Phone C 0. D. Orders Early
Picnic shoulders,: lb .......26c
Cottage rolls, lb .......30c
Sugar cured bacon, lb....42c
Lard and Compound
6 lbs Crisco $2.30
3 lbs. Crisco ...$1.20
No. 5 pure lard $1.50
Coffee and Tea
3 lb. can Royal Club
Coffee, per lb..... .....50c
9 lb. can Royal Club
Coffee, per lb 48c
1 lb. can Royal Club
Coffee , 53c
1 lb. G. A. Coffee 47c
3 lbs. G. A. Coffee, per
1 lb. Folger's Shasta ....50c
3 lbs. Folgers Shasta..$1.43
6 bars Swift's White
Soap, large bar ...,.;.. ...58c
6 bars Royal White Soap
larga bar 60c
6 bars Crystal White
soap, per bar 65c
Large bar Peter Pan
Toilet soap, 3 for 27c
Cream Oil Soap, 3 for....25c;
3 Shinola Blacking ........22c!
Crown Flour, sack ..$3.30 (
Olympic Flour, sack ....$3.30 ;
We believe flour will be high- j
er and advise buying a liber-;
al supply. I
Webb & Clough company.
BARDWICK John D. Hardwirk. 63,
' at his lame,' 1433 North Cottage.
Thursday -at 11 p. m.
Body at Webb & dough's. Funeral
to be held Monday. Definite announce
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City Health Officer R. B. Petneroy
received reports of 13 new cases of
flu, Friday," Totaled with cases, pre-;
viously reported,, this gives. 33 flu
reports in Salem during the past ten
days. As a good number of these j
cases are now on the road to recov
ery, the situation in SaK-m has not
developed serious aspects attained in
Within the last four days, three
deaths have been reported and at
tributed to the flu. Physicians and
health- officers Wve engaged In a
campaign of education against the
epidemic. The general public is being
warned to keep a lookout tor individ
ual outbreaks of the disease. General
tare of the person and regular hab
its are being urged by guardians of
the publio health as the best safe
guard against the disease. .
tNIOJC SCALES SHOW INCREASE
Washington, Feb. C. Union wage
scales in the general trades in 191
averaged 17 percent higher than In
1913; and 65 percent higher than in
1013, according to a summary is
sued today by the bureau of labor.
The popular kinds. Also
a big assortment of
Keep your teeth clean.
Tyler's Dreg Store
157 S. Commercial
Meet Me at Meyers
Rubens Infant Shirts
Keep Baby Warm
The double lap over the chest and abdomen
gives protection where it is most needed and
wards off coughs and colds. Adjustable belt
assures a perfect fit and makes dressing
easy. Made for children of all ages, and in all
materials. ALL WOOL. SILK and WOOL,
COTTON and WOOL, and ALL COTTON.
SarvThi BANDINGS, 3 to 8 inches wide;
tTkH11,118 an BANDINGS to match; 27-inch
jri inN f(?r Chlldren's Dresses; EMBROIDERY EDGES for Collars
TxC,Tmmings' Plain white and cokred designs: 18-inch SKIRT
That wonderful masterpiece "Old Darby", by the immortal Rosa Bon-.'
-heur, is on exhibition in our Ready-To-Wear Department.
1, We have brought this art treasure to Salem for your pleasure and edification-
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It is not a reproduction. It is the original painting, done by Rosa Bon
heur, one of the world's famous artists at her home at FonUinebleau,,
Fran9e,iri 1884 and ait critics and laymen the world over are united in de
claring it one of the most marvelous pieces o f realism ever put on canvass.
On Exhibition Section
. FREfi! M ADMISSION! !
You Can Always Do Better at
Who Always Do Better By You
40 Years In Busi
ness and Always
in the Lead.
40 Years in Salem
and Boosting Our
Here they are. It is to your benefit as well as ours to patronize us.
THE ONLY INDEPENDENT DOWN TOWN MARKET
That does their own slaughtering. Not connected with any other market in
Salem. Boost the Midget. "There's ti Reason."
Roasts, per pound ......;.................20c
Beef 'to Boil J5C
Round steak ........".........25c
Grain Fed Pork
Fresh Side Pork, per lb 3QC
Legs of Pork, whole, per lb 28c
Loin Pork Chops, per lb 33c
Pork Steak, per lb 2Sc
E XT R A
PICNIC HAMS, PER POUND ...23c
DRY SALT PORK FOR SEASONING, PER POUND 22c
PURE LARD, GUARANTEED, NO. 5 PAIL JJ35
BEST SHORTENING, NO. 5 PAIL - $120
Don't overlook our Fish Department in charge of Mr. C. T. Doty. Fresh, Salt
and smoked. Fish of all kinds. A fine lot of Fat Chickens for Saturday.
Originators of Low Prices
351 State Street