Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, February 25, 1920, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    jEDXESDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1920.
round Town
A. L. Lindbeck, resident correspond-'
ent for the Oregon Journal, has In
clined an ear to the stories of sudden
wealth in the poultry same ana .
planning upon the establishment of a
modern poultry plant upon fc's five
acre tract in the inhnrn A it
jOdd Fellows hall Thursday evening.!
;The meeting begins at 8 o'clock. AM j After an illness of several days G.
"i-RBEST E"" niBiuoera are urged to attend and nr-A. Johnson, of the state insurance de-
l"1" ti,.i,i,t.. in h ....,t I. . . ,
f"- ..ict.. i Vai iiiirui. is once more at nis desk in
... ithe office. Mr. Johnson, who is in
Truck drivers dance. Union hall. I charge of the real estnto w j. ,.t
Wednesday night. 48 j present occupied in issuing licenses to
! I real estate brokers for the vear 1920.
Warren Reed, of ReedsDort. whol
5 Lecture recital at ,owns several canneries in southern' LeRoy Thomas of Washington D C.
lreKon, as a Business visitor in Sa-i'no has been assigned to take a ,..
An- auto bearing license number
53193 and a car driven by Adolph
CSreenbaum, who resides on E street. '
were slightly damascd Tuesday eve
ning when the cars "ollided. The col
lision was reported -to police.
1 Jmb BuW- Mens league,
"hi club. 8 P. m.
C0h 5.-American Legion
!ticipate in the contest.
,i Monthly meeting j
" ien league.
. . rmory; evening.
Alumnae of Salem high school meet
at public library for purpose of form
ing alumnae organization, 7:11 p. in.
S p. m.
' j.herry City Bak-
T . will eni1
" 'ives and friends at a
uet at 6 P. m.
vey of the census departments in Ore
gon and Washington, is in Salem for
J. A. Patterson, formerly owner nt . few dava on official husin.oe vi t,,i
I a furniture store on North Commercial ; a short conference with J. A. Craw
ford, district supervisor, Tuesday.
pb "(Commercial league ; street, accompanied by his wife, is in
k iball game, Y. M. C. A., ; Kansas en route to his home in Salem,
i after an extended visit in Pennsvl-
?',..' o Regular meeting . ;vania, Oklahoma and Kansas, accord-
al - t- Qrmnrv & liner t ni,.A I... .t . ,
nvv n.-v.rttru u$ irieitus in mi
city Tuesday. The trip was taken be
. .merican Legion in armory V ing to word received by friends in this
March 1 P-usiness Men's
luncheon, Commercial club.
T'h fi Women's repuhli-
"fclab "" Commercial
cause of the ill health of Mrs. Fat
jterson, who is said to be much iin-
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Meant to Me,
j Thursday February 26, 1920, at 10 '
a. m. sealed bids will be received by I A party of Salem women, wives of
la .nnmmittoA nn .1... Iki.J .1 i wall .-...j,
...... . .... me iuiiu iruur oi "'i r.iiv,,ii iiuiiaiiu, nrmea
At a meeting of the students of the
Kimball school of theology In fh
school chapel Wednesday afternoon at
a o'clock. Rev. Mr. Gilbert, district su
perintendent of the Salem district of
the Methodist Episcopal church, ad
dressed the assembly on "What the
Theological Seminary Training Has
Reward Offered
For Lads' Return
To Reformatory
No trace Qt Glenn Yost, 15, and
Morriss Etearns, 15, two lads who es
caped from the state training school
Tuesday evening, had been found up
to a laie hour Wednesday, according to I
authorities at the school A rewnta
of $i each for the apprehension if the i
boys has lien offered! find Superin
tendent Gilbert asks that any one pos-!
sessing information of their where-,';
abouts communicate with hinu
Yosi and Stearns fled the sch'-o!
Tuesday evening. They were in the ;
barn milking, and seeing an opportut,-
iiy, made a t-eak for liberty. They ;
were last seen making their way
through the brush that skirts the creek
running past the school toward Salem.
The boys' homes are in Portland and
it is thjught they might go there.
Strictly a Salem Institution I
The Home of
It .' . i
Police received a report Tuesday
that a heavy lumber truck In attempt
ingto swing around in the alley near
the near of the armory, struck one of
the large cluster lights and broke it
loose from its foundation.
Circuit Court.
..,..,. Branch vs. L. S. Lambert,
jdmmistrator. L'
Probate Court.
ff. II. W1 estate. Affidavit ot
publication ot a"""
John Kieschnick estate. Affidavit
oI publication of notice of appoint
aent of administratrix.
Jlarnasc i.n ' iim-.-..
Bt.tertS.'CS-r. 4B. of 1120 S.nilh Lib-
nv street, a ciirpcn-er, v -oua
32. 420 liusn street, naiorn.
of Aurora, a
Umica JVfMJie ! rr"Lafky buildinB. corner j Portland yesterday, making the Sew
rtOUoS lV ClVo, High and Court streets, Salem, Ore-1 ar' their headquarters, while out on a
. Son, for a Quantity of household goods! social expedition. The group consist-
ana furnishings formerly the equip- ert of Mrs. Ben W. Olcott. Mrs.
ment of the Mcose lodge and club, George V. Rodgers, Mrs. William F.
consisting mainly of rugs, carpets, I Lytle. Mrs. W. Melvin Plimpton and
linoleum, leather and mahogany I lra. George L. Rose. Portland Ore-
chairs, one complete office outfit,! Soman
roll top desk, chairs, directors tables,
complete invoice of stuff can be ex
amined at No. 304 United States Na
tional bank bldg., phone 376, and op
portunity to see and estimate on stuff
will be given from 1 to 5 p. m. Tues
day and Wednesday February 25th
and 26th. (Adv) 48
Patrick 11. Git
ww, to Olive I'rrston 19 of Auro-
Daily Statistics.
ASHMAN Walter D. Ashman, 38.
t his home in Waterloo, Tuesday
it 10 P-
Body at Terwilliger home. Funeral
Friday morning at 10 o clock, ' Rev.
Gillispie officiating. I'.urial will be in
the Lee Mission cemetery.
BANTA To- Mr. am -ars. Francis
M. Banta, 222 N. 24th street, Feb.
24, a son.
BTNTLEY-t-To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
L Huntley. 564 S. 16th street, Feb.
23. an 8 pound son.
Lora watchmaker, Jeweler, Salem.
Vlarl ."TheWay to Health."
tare every Monday afternoon,
a., room 831 Hotel Marlon.
2 p.
leRoy Thomas, special agent from
the census bureau. Washington. D. C.
arrived In Salem Tuesday and is res
tored at the Bligh hotel. While In
Salem Mr. Thomas will work ;with
local and district census officials in
making a preliminary survey of cen
tin returns and reports.
NOTICE Earl Wood, formerly of
the Liberty garage, and b. J. Perry,
ho was shop foreman at Vick, broth
er! (or several years, do automobile
repairing at 805 Broadway. Phone
1111. 55
FENCE POSTS Just arrived, 2
carloads of 7-in. split cedar posts,
(let your requirements while, they
Special meeting of Pa
cific lodge No. 50 A. F. &
A. M this evening. Work
in the F. C. degree. Visitors
welcome. 48
last. Chas.
Spaulding . Logging
Dr. S. C. Stone can now be found
at Tyler's drug store. 48
Word has been received in Salem
of the death In Stayton February 16.
of W. G. Cleveland at the age. of 70
years. Mr. Cleveland was well known
throughout this section of the state.
Walter D. Ashman, aged 38 years.
died Tuesday evening at 10 o'clock
at his home in Waterloo. He is sur
vived by his widow, one sister, Mrs.
Molly Glasgow, and three brothers,
oJhn, George and William, all of Wa
terloo, The funeral will be Friday at
10 a. m. from the Terwilliger home.
Rev. Gilisple will officiate, and bur
ial will be in the Lee Mission cemetery.
The Modern Woodmen will hold a
hard time social Thursday evening.
Everybody invited. 49
The Women's Home Missionary
wclety of the Jason Lee Methodist
Episcopal church will hold a special
meeting Thursday, February 26, at
Die home of .Mis. L. H. Roberts, 1337
North Winter street. All the women
of the congregation are invited to be
wraentand meet .Mrs. May Bliss, na
tional field secretary, who is in Sa
lem on a brief visit.
Judge and Mrs. Slater of Portland
ere the guests Tuesday of Mr. and
N. J. Haas, 1J1 South Church
In a settlement offer filed by Will
E. Purdy and associates offer a settle
ment of $167 and to pay costs of an
action, recently Instituted against Pur
dy by Earl and Henry Patton, plumb
ers. The plaintiffs asked Judgment
and lien to the sum of $110.10 involv
ing plumbing work performed for
- Invitation to attend the wedding
March 12 at Glen Ridge, New Jersey,
of his nephew, Captain Samuel Lus
ker McCroskey to Miss Helen Mary
Stevens, was received Wednesday by
Manager T. E. McCroskey. of the
Commercial club. Mr. McCroskey's
nephew distinguished himself during
the war ns a leader In Uncle Sam's
legions overseas.
H. L. Whistler, arrested Sunday by
Deputy Game Warden Bremmer for
shooting Chinese pheasants out of
season, has been given his liberty un
der $35 ball by Judge Unruh. Whist
ler was arrested near the properties
of the Silver King mines. He will be
arraigned in several days.
L U Thomas of Marshfleld left for
to home Tuesday evening, after a
wra dayg visit nt the home of Mr.
Mrs. W. E. Thomas.
Mr and Mrs Mark Abrahams of
Francisco, who have been guests
Hotel Marion during an extended
Hit with friends in Salem, left Tues
tln a 'our of the eastern states.
0. Buchtel. chairman of the
WUe service commission, has been
, t'rom his office for the past two
beu8e of Illness.
American Legi wm gve a dance
i,Z. ry toniBnt- Everyone is
'o oe present. 48'
CPital post N,
, Will give
American Li,
of its famous
""aUhe arm.,-,, .:,.,.. -
, - 1 luiiium. i oe noy?
rved "over there"
invite you to
2 ,Al!ld;'ashionl spelling bee w.
3 -''Ern nv i ... ...
ftiMf v '""'""era or the SaTem
Cl ,' 4' l r'it'1 Artisans, at
Jar meeting to be held In
"2 "lness f Mis.
tovLt ""lma". who was
Th? thenibra"T this even-
ott.Prram ha ben
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Game Set For
Thursday Night
The second local game be-
tween the University of Ida-
ho and Willamette university
basketball teams, scheduled
for Thursday afternoon, has
been postponed and will be
played in the armory Thurs-
day evening at 7 o'clock
sharp, according to an an-
nouncement made this after-
noon by Coach Mathews.
Because of the tact that
the Idaho squad will have
to leave Portland at 11 o'clock
Thursday night for the north.
the game here is being call-
ed early and the visitors will
be taken to Portland by au-
tomobile immediately after
the contest.
Swamp-Root For
Kidney Ailments
There is only one medicine that
really stands out pre-emknent as a
medicine for curable ailments of the
kidneys, liver and bladder.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands
the highest for the reason that it has
proven to be Just the remedy needed
in thousands upon thousands of dis
tressing c&ses. Swamp-Root makes
friends quickly because its mild and
immediate effect is soon realized in
most cases. It is a gentle, healing
vegetable compound.
Start treatment at once. Sold at ail
drug stores in bottles of two sizes,
medium and large.
llowever, if you wish first to test
this great preiaration send ten cents
to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N.
T.. for a sample bottle. When writing
be sure and mention the Salem Capi
tal Journal. (Adv)
Women Jurors in Michigan have
been commended for their broad
mindedness In rendering decisions.
Household Fur-
We handle only secondhand
We have the name of be
ing the fairest priced house
in town and are proud ot it.
Lucas & Lucas
Phone 1177. Liberty and Ferry
Coming THURSDAY Matinee and Evening
And His
Jungle Girls
Special Scenic Musical Comedy Production,
Over 40 years in Salem, with a stock of
merchandise second to none in the
countryy and at prices that are
You Can Always Do Better At
Who Always Do Better By You
Thursday Only theatre
Of the Salem High School
Meet at Public Library Auditorium
For Purpose of Organizing Alumni
SV7 '
for every
111 Jf- .. '".'
if.. mmm.
if Urn
Misses' and Children's
The largest and best selected stock for
the kiddies in this part of the state, in
cluding all the best shapes. Misses and
Children's brown and black English'
lace Calf or Kid, from
$3.15 to $6.00
, lit I "" It
"Skutter ratterny Button:
blk in sizes 11 to 2
$2.75 to $4.50
Sizes 8 1-2 to 11
$2.45 to $4.00
tnat sturdV youngater's inoa
that outwears the ordinary
More and Larger Loaves
of BETTER Bread
BLEND FLOUR makes more and
larger loaves of better bread in proportion to its
cost than other flours, hence housewives have the
satisfaction of knowing that they are getting
more and better values for their money.
&f$r3 BLEND costs more per sack but LESS
PER LOAF. It costs' more as flour, but gives more both in
quality and quantity of loaves, therefore it is actual household
economy to use it in preference to other flours.
Fisher Flouring Mills Company
. Bellingham
Sec"' Portland
Mt. Vtrnon
W l. aft tl.
UatJurf aad ttyi.
MiKHes and Children's sixes
$4 T0 S6.50
Infants Shoes
In black, brown, tan and combinations, sizes 5 to 8, are .
priced from ? -J"
Baby's hard soles in all kinds, colors arid combinations of
colors, 1 to 5, at VSS!l-
Soft Soles at
Warranted Satisfactory Service in Every I'air
i.t,.. o "irnHh
shnfM" in Krown or Smoke
j Elk. English last, sizes 11
hV ::.-rr!?v to 2
All Grey Kid English lace
i mivou II to z at j..iu -
. r : v .'). Smaller sizes $2.45 to$4.50
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i v JSS? At The 167 North
Electric Sign Commercial
"SHOES" Street