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tmAY, FEBRUARY, 27. 1920.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
All Around Town
nTnoTwhom mV AnSUCTa Mi M th8 ot Rd Son
cunrAn "JIT TUomp .t 10 a. m. Sturdy, burnt follow-
EiJrJmn and who is an Inmate ot the
av-noo! tor. feeble minded. The
operation in question was authorized
of h' 5 J
r . lul neujtn. January 13
;ActivHie9 0f mason and irpenter other Patknts at the state school
if i in the for wrfiin . lalKr. inni..
I; bigh v, I", of O. fresh-
V. C. A. rooms,
I fri. :8
f . -t in T
' LI , ' Meeting of Che-
-.keta cnapi" -
"pl. s-Marion County Lo-
0 ,M: club.
, h 1 Council meeting.
k .ii at 8 P- m
tar Regular meeting
rf American Lesion in armory
..( p. m.
0n club niecui'
' . lit',
in the fore section of the basement
of the Untted States National hank
have provided a first class location
for the shoo of J. n. ivn.
associates. Mr. Woodfin has maintain
ed a shop for years in the 100 block
at state street but the increasing de
mand for auto shon Incatirtn r. ..:
district has caused him to seek bet
ter quarters ror his business. The
new shod, which will h ,j ..
equipped and furnished with five
chairs, opens for business about
March first, according to the pro
prietor. Deciding that he held
- - . 1 Villi
John P. Murphy for the
litigation a jury in Judge Unruh'si
i-uuri late inursday afternoon
granted possession to J. R. Ewiug,
defendant in the suit brought by
Murphy charging illegal possession
of the property. Several witnesses
were called who testified that Mr.
Murphy had declared he had rented
the place to Mr. Ewlng.
ing in Odd Fellows cemetery.
NOTICE Earl Wood, formerly of
the Liberty garage, and O. J. Perry,
who was shop foreman at YL-k h '
rs for several years, do automobile
repaints at S0 Broadway. Phone
FENCE POSTS Just arrived. 2
carloads of 1-ft sDllt cedar ivn.
(Get your requirements while they
last. Chas. K. Spaalding Logging
Co. . jo-
Word has been repolv. t c?i
'.that tar. and Mrs. E. Clair Alford of
60U upsiiur street. Portland, are the
parents of a son, born Thursdav
Ylvd. Y. Beckett . state.
I v.. 1. rv.....
i uvuii - - ., tiiuinuav,
j-niePomerov vs. Stinson D. Pom-, February 26. He hus not yet been
f Motion to dismiss case. named. Mrs. Alford was formerly
Ltd'S 'state bank, a corporation, Miss Pearle Zinn, daughter of 'Mr.
iilen.-Taeoma Lumber company i ana .Mrs. v. W. Zinn. of this city.
L ihn Chr istie. Complaint.
Probate i "" Mrs. Seymour Jones will entertain
the Chemeketa chapter of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution, at
her hom 1056 Chemeketa stree., Sat
urday afternoon. Paul Wapato. win
ner of the Willamette university ora
Martin Loken. , "f Silverton. a
r.ner. to MiU'tna mvil-iuv m...., v,
Daily Statistics. .
at a local
tninera! at chapel of RiKdon & Son
H a. m. Suturuay. ijiii mi uuu tw
Iiatice at armory Saturday night
Vi.J-"The Way to Health.'
U every Monday afternoon,
mora 331 Hotel auuion.
58588388 Meet Me at Meyers 8BSB85S8e88e8
Labor In The City
For Hospital Aid
With the calling Friday by L, J.
Simeral. president, of a special meet
ing of the Central Trades and Labor
also included inth. operation order.
The funeral of Mrs. C. U Wilson. 4S.
from shock when her leg was amputa-
Webb 4 ciough company. Court and
High strets. at 1 n m i. .,7.
of the Leslle Methodist church, had
.irse or tne senices. Burial follow
ed in Odd Fellows' cemetery.
New headquarters for the Associated
O.l company will be opened In the
Inited States National Bank building
Monday, according R. o. Snelling.
district manager for the .
fice equipment and fbrtures were be!
71 rnuay from the old office
at the coniDanv'n niint ....
,,,. " - rr -nine- "'s i me ceiium iraaes ana LAbor
hil l . ak StreetSl t0 the new 'Council of Salem for 2:30 p. m. Suu
neauquurters. da.. nr.,nid ,w ln th ,.,.
. . " v.... luril"U
the traces in the pull for the Salem
general . hospital fund. The sneci&l
meeting for members of the trades
council and other workers, whetnw
members or not members of unions,
was calk'd to formulate Dlans for nar.'
ticipation inthe campaign to be waged.
ror tne funds.
The .mnounrement that labor in tn
etiy Is backing the hospital movement
lends paramount support to the pro
ject. With H00 members of organized
l.;bor In the city pledged to further the
campaign its success is imperative.
Our Entire Stock Notwithstanding The Advance
Please notice the market rrir teuv ivKtVi -
Clark's Mile End or 0. N. T. and Coats
BEST SIX CORD SPOOL COTTON
l)r. i'rank Brown of Salem is a
Ut at Washington hotel in Port-
U while on a professional visit to
le, watchmaker, jeweler, Salem.
Dance at armory Saturday night.
W. H. Furkhart is a business visitor
i fcrttunrt While thpre he is recr-
Itred at the Perkins hotel.
II). Kweny of route 3 spent Friday
Salem on business.
ila behalf of the natlents and mv-
Ef I vlh to thank all the friends
W sent flowers, veirotables. canned
kin, Jellies, books, magazines and pa
n to the emergency hospital while
t were under quarantine for small
it Margaret Wishart, nurse ln
M. Shaner, hop grower of McKee
was a Salem visitor Thursday.
Sherman Shanks, Aumsville flour
miller, spent Thursday in Salem.
H. A. Keene, who operates a large
farm near Stayton, was in this city
A. E. Zimmerman was a Salem vis
itor Thursday. Mr. Zimmerman owns
large fruit traits near Quinaby.
A. C. Woodcock of Corvallis, trans
acted business in. Salem Thursday.
Mrs. David Williams of Council
Bluffs. Towa, is here this week the
guest of her son, -Fred W. Williams.
puuno service commissioner. Mrs
torlcal ennw mill diio " ": commissi
nt the gathering. Mr. W, w, T. . 'It " act2mni??
represent Willn,, etM .h J , Z "1" i Jns' KalP Twamley of
... L4f(- unue uuii-
The regular meetinc nf nin s,i,.TU
Ministerial association will 1' h'ld
10 o'clock Monday mornlnP ;,t the T.
M. C. A. conference ronm. In .i.i.i'i;,,,.
to the regular discussion upon ques-
uons interesting to the fcssemblage,
there will be a book review of partic
ular interest. The review will be ty
E. S. Hammond and will cover the
work by Athern. "RellcHnno vm..oi
and American Democracy."
Action has been filed In the hn.
rtiptcy estate of .1. D. Barker, by J. p.
ivuniz, trustee. Kuntz files action
against H. F. Lee and nthoro in
effortto recover on a certain note for
t.08.60 with interest from November
Answer was filed Thnrsdn
Suit Of F. W. Gaines mralnat s' c Arillo
and wife. Mr. Mills denies thai- h
misrepresented the value of a Wood
burn hotel business snlil ho hi,.,nii
Gaines. He denies havi np nnniArl lor.
as the profits earned by the business
over and above lh-imr iiuneo. vm.,
asks that the suit be dismissed ann
tnat costs bo assessed against Gaines.
A motion has been filed in circuit
White Lake, N. D.
Harold Humphreys, 27, was arrest
ed Friday morning by Constable
Walter DeLong, on a warrant con
taining a charge ofnon-su pport by
his wife. Mrs. Mabel Humphreys.
When arraigned before Judge TTnruh
he pleaded not guilty ana nls hear
ing was set for Tuesday at 10 a. m.
The theft of his bicycle from the
front of the public library some time
Thursday night was reported to po
nce oy narvey McLain, 14S8 Mill
Harry Hall, 23, for six years eon
fined in the state hosnital. dltrt thei-.
Friday morning. The funeral will be
Bill Returned To
Wasington. Feb. 2?. The compro
mise railroad bill was returned to Mm
White House today bv the ricnart-
ment of justice to which it nss rsfw.
red Wednesday for an opinion as to its
validity. The president was expected
to act on it today or tomorrow.
Attorney General Palmer Infnrmmt
the president that he saw no constitu
tional objection to the measure.
Yard Spools, White or Black sizes 8 to 36 ; I iA a
Yard Spools, White or Black sizes 40 to 100 flOZ., lflC SpOOl
100 Yard Spools, White 40 to 100; .
100 Yard Spools, Black 40. to 70; fiOC rffl7 1c tWAi
100 Yard Spools, Colors, 50 to 60. UtW UU OpOUl
COSTS 60c a dozen or 5c a spooH and 1000 dozen must be purchased to get a lower
price which is 53c a dozen.
Our present Stock is all 150 yard spools, not 100 yards
as being sold by others, However,
To avoid .any .hocus pocus appearance of being undersold, our entire stock of Spool
6 SPOOLS TO A CUSTOMER FOR 25c
6 to a Customer. None Sold to Merchants.
Always Remember this We are never undersold, qual
You Can Always Do Better At
J 5 1 OfTOnETRIST-OPTICIAN
Who Always Does Better By You
SIfcTt g SIREtT
n r laauftDUMi van wwm
iTtfOr. Male atf 0
. i, siaven ana lainny, lormony i " m wreuit y
MentR of this city, have moved to C0Urt by AIma (Mrs- eo) Thomp- I
PHONES: Office, 330; Residence 327-W.
R. S. McNeill Produce Co.
We have seed potatoes for sale. Also table potatoes of fin
est qualities. Bring us your eggs and poultry,
son asking that a restraining order be
issueu against the state board of
health in the matter of performing an
Ail Is now tranquil in the marital
sram of the S. r. Fomeroy fam
aecordlnsto a motion for dismissal
W Friday in the case of Jennie
mercy against Stinson D. Poineroy.
Pomerby, through her attorneys,
dtrm reconciliation has displaced
wet proceedings, and after due de
ntion Judte Percy R. Kelly is
" an order dismissing the case. Of
Sfteen cases filed during the new
".this Is the second instance where
re-consideration and cessation of
''on nas developed.
for a permanent and fitting
7 for 'he men whp served dur
s,r worl(I ar win be formulated
im?etms of the Salem War Moth-
; Saturday afternoon in the T. W.
rT.A" mot""s in the city
m lt V Pl'es, m' 88 th matte--which
l8 of especial Interest to
Ration. Tea will be served
tB1 b ablet o attend.
J of MrTar, Chute, who
erhome south of Salem Jan-
'06e burial was defer
1b?,0 th impassibility of
,the in that
t L" the directi0" of
te?n .e'WaS hrken " and
Street l T parked on
Sh. a b(nt Thursday eve-
V" his machine
reported t0 Plice
Kaf ;hat h6 uld Settle
I d0e to the other car
IT ""Mler of Sfei. -
m "-tor Thursday. ' " "
M v-mmandrey No. S
NT 3i. v .""""!. visiting
s" Knights welcome. 50
"Ut OF A Sl-DDEW
261 Court Street Salem, Oregon.
AS SIGRID THE DANCER, at YE LIBERTY Sunday
"STRONGER THAN DEATH"
Salem Sample Store
141 North Commercial Street
THE BARGAIN STORE OF REAL BARGAINS
Look over this list and Supply Your wants of Dependable
Merchandise, at Birgain Prices.
We are offering at this time exceptional
values in this department
Nubuck lace, Louis cohered heel, sand color,
AA to D, extra value, $6.85
Black or Brown Kid, lace, Louis heel, worth
$10.00, our price, $7.85
Ladies' Russian Calf, lace, Hi or Low Heel,
do top, bargain at $6.85
Dr. Edwards Cushion sole, lace shoes for
Women, Rubber heel, $5.65.
Pumps and Oxfords
Gun metal Oxfords, $6.85
PATENT 5-EYE OXFORDS
Plain or Sticked toe, $7.00 and $7.45
PATENT AND DULL KID PUMPS
Hi heels, a bargain, $7.85
BROWN KID PUMP, $6.85
BROWN KID OXFORDS, $5.98
FELT CUSHION SOLE HOUSE
CHILDREN'S E C SKUFFERS
Patent Vamp White Cloth Top, sizes 7 1-2
to 2, special, $1.98
BLACK GUN METAL E C
SKUFFERS, 12 1-2 to2, $2.65
Child's Shoes, $1.25 to $2.75
We carry a complete line of Trunks, Suit
Cases and Bags. Priced to you right.
Men's Dress Shoes
Black Lace English or Round Toe
$4.95 to $9.50
MEN'S TAN OR BROWN DRESS
Shoes in various styles and leathers
$4.65 to $9.50
BOYS' BROWN ENGLISH SHOES
$4.65, $4.95, $5.85, $6.45 ,
BOYS' BLACK DRESS SHOES
$3.25, $3.85, $4.45, $4.95 -
Men's Work Shoes
Black or Brown Lace. Any kind of a shoe you
want. Try us first on shoes
$2.98 to $8.50
MEN'S HIGH TOP SHOES
Loggers or Cap Toe Styles, priced to
MEN'S DRESS HOSE
Plain and Fancy Colors
20c, 25c, 35c, 50c
MEN'S UNION SUITS
Cotton Rib Heavy, $1.75
Cotton Rib, $2.19, $2.25
Part Wool, $2.95, $3.45
MEN'S BIB OVERALLS
$1.65, $1.98, $2.25
MEN'S OVERALL SUITS
Khaki, $2.98; Blue, $3.45
MEN'S LEATHER GLOVES
75c, 85c, 98c to $2.50
$1.90, $3.45, $4.00, $4.85
These items are just a few selected at random in our big stock
C. J. BREIER CO.
YOU DO BETTER HERE FOR LESS
Down Comes the Cost of Meats
"The Price Cutters11
Hereafter, to encourage trade, and in line with our ANTI
PROFITEERING policy, we will have specials every day
in the week. Watch the papers. For Saturday we offer-
Sirloin steak, per lb
Round 8teak, per lb
Prime roasts, per lb
Pot Roasts, per lb ..
Beef to boil, per lb ...
Grain Fed Pork
Loin Pork Chops, per lb 30C
Pork Steak, per lb " 25c
Legs of Pork, per lb 25C
Fresh Side Pork, per lb 2&C
Fresh Leaf Lard, per lb 25c
Fresh Sausage and Liberty Steak, per lb 25c
Smoked Fat Backs, (While they last), per lb 2Q(j
Fancy Sugar cured Bacon, per lb 30c
Sugar Cured Haras, per lb
Dry Salt Pork for Seasoning, per lb
Best Shortening, No. 5 pail
Pure Lard (Limit 2 pails to customer)
Nuccoa Nut Butter per lb.
Best Creamery Butter per lb
rA full line of Fresh and Smoked Fish, Finnan Haddies,
Crabs, Clams and Oysters
Originators of Low Prices
351 State Street
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