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if Baron Edmom. . D. Roth-
lust been rmw
been recetvea irom
tn nn announce-
ier'c he orsanteatlon here.
oMt ... wfl 74 years 0ia
w , - ivonrh branch of
' hnking house. The acuv
TTthe late Baron In helplne
m VJm Russia and Rumania es
SSfcloiilM in Palestine made his
W'ae .M, laments
UCL'VKUUl w. . -
. Holy Land were the founding
Tikwah and Rlshon Le
,.... noted for their grape
.diiKtrV. AS an am 10 n
1 lata taA
m.ur. in the latter
I - which some of Europe's finest
Sri are supplied. As an educator
Rothschild left the Jewish
S "Mikvah Israel." a great agri
SnUoolofPaleatine The American Zionist medical unit
Jjgiven large Bhare f th latf
bms'a support in recent months. A
Si he had established in Jeru-
Twas turned over to the unit re
' tl and through supreme Court
jLce BrKndels, honorary president
of the Zionist orga!"""""
1 , fund of J60.000 also was given
Rothschild for medical
rk in Palestine.
"Trunk Mystery" at Tcrner
Unseed by Authorities
Sheriff V. I. Keedham was callea
upon Wednesday to investigate the re
ported theft of a trunk from the Baker
nctei at Turner. According to the
complaint received here, the trunk Is
said to have contained silverware and
clothing the contents being valued at
The trunk had ben left in the hotel
office and disappeared a few days ago.
The hotel management Is at a loss to
explain the circumstances involving
the supposed theft of the baggage.
Sheriff Needham has . been furnished
only a few details upon which to work,
ftnd was unable to report any progress
Wednesday in regard to the matter.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1920
bard, Woodburn, Gervais. Mount An
gel Crawford To Dayton. McMinnville,
Cailton, Yamhill, Sheridan. Amity.
Salem To Silverton, West Stayton,
Turner, Dallas. Monmouth.
Albany To Lebanon. Brownsville
Eugene To Springfitld. Creswell,
By providing delivery direct to desti
nation, and by giving ratea 10 per cent
-Philomath, Monroe, Har-
SALEM HIGH SCHOOL!
TO fiRHATE NINE
Sine etudents will be graduated
from the local high school at the 14th
annual commencement exercises to be
held In the high school auditorium
Friday, February 13, at 8 p. m. The
program will consist of the following
Invocation Rev. Leland W. Port
er. Old Favorite Medley, Serecly
High school orchestra.
. Address to class Prof. A. R. Sweet
ier, of the University of Oregon.
Vocal duct, "In the Oardon of My
Heart" Joanna James, Gertrude AUl
rich. Presentation of class Principal
Jamea C. Nelson.
Presentation of diplomas J Vice
thairman, E. T. Barnes.
Boy Scouts March, Sousa Orches
tra. Benediction Rev. It. N. Aldrlch.
The students who will receive their
diplomas are Lillian Hazel Bllven,
Muriel Edmunson, Helen Marion
Gardner, Donald Pomeroy Grettle,
linden Martin, Jesse Theodore Walk
a, Ruth Elizabeth Tibbetts, Alice
llarjr Vood. Theodore Walker is
president of the class and Ralph Wll
icn la president of the student body.
Siverton Man Named
County Druggists' Head
George Steelhammer, of Silverton,
w elected as permanent chairman of
the Marion County Druggists associa
tion, when.it met and organized at the
Spa Wednesday evening. The princi
pal event of the evening wag the ad
drwa by J. L. Smith, of Portland, pro
Htiltlon oommissloner of the state, who
plained to the drueglsts what thlr
el we in regard to the prohibi
ten law In the dispensing of druss
medicines. About twenty-five
tMirmaclaU from Woodhurn, Silver
to. Stavtnn. Hubbard. Jefferson Au
nrl M Oervals were in attendance,
ttSST'', F'b- Wirelass tele-
aen-ice for commercial purposes
ltd m es'ablishe1 between Chicago
h tT!0rk' "was enounced to
ZESm, successf"l conversa
ta Ke. yf tnl?hL Robert 0. Oowen
feli. .rk,', lnVentor ot the rao.0
ftj k thirty minutes
B. 0. Mathews, in Chicago.
Truck Lines to
March 1 JsPlan
Officials of the Inland EmDlre
l'ransportatlon company are in Salertl
making final survey of boat and truck
lines proposed by this company, which I
was recently re-organized. President
It. E. Lee of the company announces
that the Willamette branch of the en-
tti prise will be in operation by March
1. This Includes stations from Port
land to Corvallis.
Transportation service at lower rates
is promised by the company's offi
cials who are now here. They are:
President Lee, Major T. A. Mills of the
head office, Portland; Harry N. Bow
ler, head of traffic department; H. B.
fc'haw, superintendent of trucks; A.
Ii Summcrville, Portland, agent of the
company. Captain A. B. Graham,
formerly head of the Oregon City
Transportation company, will be man
uger of the traffic department with of
fices in Portland,
By utilizing the modern motor truck,
the company plans to inaugurate dl
n.ct consignor to consignee" service.
Six truck lines will serve the two boats
operated by the company. These ves
sels are the Orcgona and the Pomona.
If business warrants the extension, oth
'er boats and truck lines, will be added
as rapidly as necessary, '
Boat stations on the Willamette riv
er when completely established will be
a: Buttevllle, Crawford, Salem, Albany
Corvallis and Eugene. The Eugene
station will be Installed when traffic
warrants the addition of a third boat
to the run. Truck lines from these
points will be:
Buttevllle To Aurora, Barlow, Hub
THE BIG 4
Stomach-Kidney s-Haart. Liver
Keep the wtal organs healthy by
regular? taking the world's stand
ard remedy for kidney, fiver.
Madder and uric acid troubles
The National Remedy of Holland for
centuries and endorsed by Queen Wilbal
mina. At ell druggists, three sixes,
t " ttia torn. GoU Medal on So,
amd accapa mo imiutiar
teas than the railroad tariff, the com-, p-.ny and representative from Wash
Pny hopes to establish one of theliugton countv, arrived in Salem Wed
best transportation lines in Oregon. 1 nesday for conference with other of
E. W. Haines, director of the com-'ficials of the lines.
8B4 North Oommereial '
Salem Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators, Fenders and Gag Tanks
- Tractor Radiators a specialty
Ford P.adiators for Sale
198 a 12th Street Salem, Ore
Dee't Be Cut-Until You Try Thi New Horns
Core That Anrone Can Uia Without
DiKomfort or Lom of Time. Simply Chew
up a Pleaant Taitinf Tablet Occasional!
and Rid Yourself of Piles.
Let Me Prsva This Free,
My Intornnl method for the treatment
anil lenmi tient relletof pHv Is t hnrorivct
one. Thoumiiiclsupon t housands of nrate
ful letters testify to this, end I want you
to t ry this method at my expense.
No matter whether your ease Is of long
itnndlngor recent development, whether
It la chronic or acute, whether it In occas
ional or permanent, jou should send for
tbte free trial treatment.
No matter where yon live no matter
what your ene or occupation-If you are
troubled with piles, my method will re
lieve you promptly,
1 especially want to send It to thoev
spparemly hopolecs caeea whereall forms
of ointments, salves, and other loonl ap
plications have failed.
1 want you to realize that my methnn.
of treating piles la the one wott depend
able treatment. -
This liberal offer of free treatment Is
too important for you to neglect a single
day. Write now. Send no money. Simply
mall the coupon but do this now
Free Pile Remedy
E. R. Paire.
9 49D l'Bld, Mnrshall. iilch.
Pleale send free trial of your ?'-t hod
MADE TO OBDEB TO FIT
C. S. HM1ILT0N
840 Court Breet
FORD TRUCK WITH TWO TON
ATTACHMENT. RUNS LIKE A
OSCAR B. GINGRICH
MOTOR & TIRE CO.
871 Court Street Phone 3S
HOME OF THE VICTKCLA
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
OMnese Medicine and Tea tie
Hai medicine whieh will ear any
Open Sundays from 10 A. 1L
153 South Hih 6V
Salem, Oregon. Phone 281
Also Junk of All Einda
Beit Prices Qnaranteed
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
Tie Soman Deal Eouse
171 Oheniekata ft Fhosa 399,
Your Health and
; . t .should cause you lo
imirtiaie the merits of
this teS)le beverage
You are cerlain of purity
; " Sold by Grocers
Made by Postum Gereal Co. Battle Creek,tfich
Must Begin at
Ibrl920 Phn! Only Tha BcjI-
Oral hygiene should originate in the home. Look after
jour teeth, see that you have no infection to transmit to
other members of your family, and watch your children'
teeth. The watchword of modern den'i'try is- prevention.
Don't wait until you are involved in d ntal trouble bef.ra
going to see the dentist. If you do it may cause you to
loose one or more of your teeth. Your teeth were put there
for a purpose so save them by co-operating with your den
, tist in time. Have your children's teeth examined. In the
examination of 30,000 school chifdren revealed the fact that
95 per cent needed the care of a dentist.
MY FEES FOR SERVICES RENDERED ARE
DR. C. A. ELDRIEDGE
Over Hartman Bros. Jewelry Store,
204-5 Gray Bldg.
Ftani ILr L
t I V.mhiU I tT
TTic increased cost of farm
ing makes necessary the
caitful selection of stcds ini
pmvl varieties thut produce
A Safe Guide
to Quality and
Our Seed Gitaldg and Planter's
tiiidt n the standard reference
for gronrs of the Northwest.
iiM im not coinplwi Imr fnl Sds, tret-.
ni Plants., f-crlilizers. Pmihry etvi
H Siivlies. Spiavs iJ Spravcrs.
lf Supplies and liyuiiwejt. . "
This handsome book
is more then a Cst-Ici
It's a tree guiie to
Your Nanw 'douiJ be cn MhiIuv I-irt
ASi l o; t A lAL "G No. 260
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL "WANT" ADS PAY
TAKE NOTICE! MEN AND WOMEN WHO BUY FOR MEN, READ AND HEED. YOU MUST NOW
DECIDE IF YOU WISH TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE SAVINGS OFFERED YOU BY
i . '...-.- , ..-..
Bishop's Clothing Sale
Come in and GET YOUR SHARE of LAST DAYS RARE BARGAINS
That Friday and Saturday will
witness the biggest business of
our entire Sale is our prediction
If you have not supplied your
Clothing Wants for the year, do
so and save money.
For the time is short only TWO MORE DAYS
FRIDAY, and SATURDAY. Clothing will
surely be higher for Spring. Why wait and pay
more? ; Prices quoted in this ad are for mer
chandise of the highest standard, the Bishop
Quality, and are for this week only. Our im
mense stock offers f greater selection of ma
terials and models tha can be found elsewhere
while our sale prices positively defy all compe
tition. We urge you to .
Como Friday and Saturday and
help swell the crowd that will
surely take advantage of the
last opportunity of the season
to buy clothing for the entire
year at less than present whole
C. P. BISHOP.
Bishop's Tailored Suits
Suits that sold for $17.50, $20.00 and
$22.50. Mostly small sizes. Serges, Wor
steds and Cassimeres, Friday and Satur
day's price will be
Bishop's Tailored Suits
Suits that sold for $30.00, $32.50 and $35.
Sizes from 36 to 44. Staple or young men's
styles. Good selection of patterns for Fri
day and Saturday
Bishop's Tailored Suits
Suits that sold for $37.50, $40.00 and
$42.50 in ' Worsteds, Cassimeres and
Tweeds. Staples, with seams, plain or belt
ed. All sizes for "Friday and Saturday.
Bishop's Tailored Suits
Suits that sold for $45.00, $47.50 and $50.
Staple and Young Men's models. Splendid
assortment to select from for two more
days, Friday and Saturdjry.
Boy's Knicker Suits
Suits that sold for $13.50, $14 and $15.
Neat models, waist seam or belted. Some
have two pairs of pants. Assorted mater
ials. For Friday and Saturday.
Boy's Knicker Suits
Suits that sold for $16.50 and $18.00. Ages
to 17 years .Neat modelfl. Belted or waist
seams. Good selection of patterns for two
more days. Friday and Saturday
MEN'S UNDERWEAR MEN'S DRESS SHOES MEN'S RAINCOATS
Heavy cotton fleeced lined Jf-Tular $5.00 $6.00 and Men's $5.00 and I $6.00 rub-
union suit, our regular ?7-00 tan or black berizecj raincoats Only a
$2 50 sellers lacc or ion hlle tney few !eft- You w11 not buy
nr last . them again at
$1-65 $3.95 ! $3.85 .
MEN'S WOOL UNDER- MEN'S DRESS SHOES ' KHAKI WORK SUITS
Regular $8," $9 and $10 Regular $5.00. One-price
Men's $5.00 natural wool values. Tan and black, lace khaki work suits. All sizes
union suits; all sizes and. and button, broken lines for machinists, auto men,
weights. and sizes. Buy them at ' etc.
$3.95 $5.95 $3.95
One lot Men's Overcoats, sold regular at
$20.00, plain or belted, practically all sizes
in the lot. Friday and Saturday price
One lot of Men's Overcoats, regular $25.00
sellers, plain or belted. Price for Friday
and Saturday, will be
Salem Woolen Mills Store
MEN S WORK SHIRTS
Regular $1.50 and $1.75
. , e Only 3 to a customer .
LADIES' FIBRE HOSE
m $1.00 and $1.25 values.
Tan and White only, to close
. BOYS' CLOTH HATS
Regular $1.50 and $2.00 Bova'
Hats, assorted lots, sty
les and fabrics.
MEN'S AND BOYS' CAPS
Regular $1.00, $1.50 and $2.0rt
wool and fabrics, Friday and
MEN'S SOFT COLLARS
One lot men's soft collars, reg
ular 25c, 35c, and 50c broken
: .izes, to close, 2 for
MEN'S WOOL SHIRTS
Men's $5.00 wool, grey and
khaki colored flannel shirts
MEN'S JERSEY SWEATERS
Men's $3.00 black, navy, gray
and cardinal slip over sweaters
MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
Men's flat collar shirt. Tan,
cream and stripes. Sneeial
MEN'S COTTON SOX
Men's 25c fast black seamless
sox. Ail sizes. Friday and Sat
urday. 6 pairs for