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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1920)
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
mediate Aid Needed
Fun d's Completion
Fairfield State House Notes.
, payable on demand, to the fund
nnaA r building Drooer ball nark -hih
s for tne V""r.. .... L . " . "
f (or baseball. loolDau " iuiia in iu-
coupon and " t8
roth or Biddie Bishop.
TcTpiu.1 Journal. Any
,V and the Senator.
' make good by plac-
. the baseball map.
Lrtisingi the world.
ien Senators i
" .... -nv worthy Carn
al IK" . . .
for funds and the
lclrdod has always
. Clam anil
tentative oi me
j orthv PJ0'- An
f mo rppreatioii
1. 1 Ml "
went r u of,
f the grt
h.n'e nacKea me
Vw tunas In a whole heart-f-
and with the aid of Sa-
PACIFIC 1), III HARD
Willamette "Pulverized Pacific."
according to their slogan last niyht.
taking the game 25-22, but ther.s
were many anxious raimcntii when
the local fans wic In daub .is to the
outcome. Pacific tvi -5 imvy in the
game, and again near thy enl with
a score of 22 tr 20. Th.j first halw
ended 11-9 for . W.'llametU '
1 Bianop - under the Jinx -.vhich had them in its
lbotrotnVf.'" with L-.no.
tow tank 'ed by he 'di wlld paBSing and fum!j ,
y, concern, na '"" alent, and It was only by r.-llyim:
,mc the " ' .'strongly when behind that ilu-v st.n-
Lrt rf the Capital " :V" ; ed off defeat.
tli. '1. Jackson got-his shoot ln -ve 1,..!
m the game and iciii'-.J several 0:n'-
ly needed baskets.
Fairfield. Or., Mar. 4. nviH i.w
e is the owner of new Kurd car.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Parker and
daughter from Salem 81ent Sunday
at a p. Parker s.
Mr. and Mrs. James Imlah and
Mu Mildred, from West Salem visa
ed with his brother and sister. Mrs.
F. R. DuRette.
-James Mhoney and family spent
several days in Portland last week
with his parents.
Arthur Brook of St .t. .
"""r,,u Kuesi at M. Dilmars,
J- F. Cockdrham has purchased
a farm between Dayton and Wheat
land and will move there this week.
Mrs. Cockerham who is engaged as
teacher here win ramai. j
out her school term.
Mr. and Mr, wM
fWhter. Mm Beck were shopping
In Salem Monday.
Mr. and Mrs.' Mike Mahonv, Jr
motored to Portland Sunday and
spent the day with W. M. Mahony and
family. They also took in the auto
The attendance !n our 8unday
school is growing under the super
vision of Miss Merle DuRette. Preach
ing services next Sunday at 2:3 by
Rev. Achor, pastor.
ly voted by school district No. 51.
Multrmmah county, are declared to
j l"e valid in an opinion written by At-1
County courts over ifc state per-' urne-v (!tnwl Brown for the In for-1
, .... ... . , " niation of tteo. O. Brown, clerk of thV
sist in commitline foeble minded i
iie wna ooara. . . I
wards W ih stale hospital for th in-j
sane instead of the state institution
for feeble minded where ihey riEht-.1
rutty belong, according to Superin-
-SHJi SOX AXFJ.
tV n , o . --H-.u-j tnamnaptTM, Mar. 4. The wearing
tendent R. E. Steiner of the state , .. ' v ,, , ;
hospital. Under .recommendation, of mlk. 'ioenf lrt lent. at,
the state board of control feebieC""!" fn00' ;
minded persons now in th. state hos-!, cco""ng "n ,tict f
Pital will be transferred to the Insti-! S?1? fc,,UCk- PrinPa of the hool.
tution for feeble minded as fast 1 """f- ,O,l0Wed
that Institution can accent new tin,
Distribution of the surplus remain-
iu me jiaie aiarsei roaa lundl -,..,
after co-Vmty appropriations have been' t S"".lu!turiRml3t at ,n elev
met out of the state fund, must still i" Ie8t tn Ands-
conductive of bad colds, and that the
oroer would be enforced during the
oe oistriDuted under the old law. ac- tt ,
cording to Attorney General Brow.! fiOulfi Jnj7rnt( nA lj.orAr
who, in an opinion written for the! - . UiU "ClS
state highway commission, points out laSfl ft"'! Kttfn
e oy tne special session of the legis
lature does not become operative un
til April 17.
E. F. Carieton, assistant superin-
Number 40 for tk
Mr. Theodore Gerke of th Gerke
Idfallv located park at
Li nrfnrd streets. tu -ne
ioftlie aid already pledged.
L 1 utarted In construct
Uwk and bl-achera for
I out the coinpieiiui'
mount is necessiry in 01-
J Ttt ABOLISH
mon. Mar. 4. The sta. of
tbrough its attorney gen
UiuF. JlcCran, today filed in
krt Sum supreme court a stilt
tohan the prohibition amend
M unconstitutional and to
tnforeement of the Volstead
til u forth that the amend
in Improperly drawn, that In
witatn the legislatures have
(ified it as provided by their
nsitntion and that there is no
esngress to propose a consit-
mtmdment regulating the
M morals of the peonle. It
fmhif that the amendment is
live and not a constitutional
krrimi Right Violated.
aueri that the amendment
p Mthority without the con-
pople of New Jersey and is a
lot their sovereign rights. The
I act, enacted under authority
"imdment, the petition says, is
-Wmtd that the Volstead act
beCailW hV "Halt.,r.i..tlnn. 1
EhC RltUUlV itfietrn.'tnn. 11.. .
1 "'t. lllC HI
P o' real and personal prop.
IMn the xtnro " it . ,i,
9 , ,L ln uuiive
fate's free and iiwiunri,
, , ...utfuurni B'JV-
r " ueiircves tne su
IntlM k. ll . . .
, . ..tonnes, wnicn ir
Nnted to tt.iii taa ..j w.
f "ttrferes with 'the interiiui
, dnt 11 made that the act re
p Practice of physicians of the
t' the operation of its penal,
f and charitable Instltu
8Ute has not concurred
CTT and that lf th
f'n win nullify the right of
i. . '' risi o
f regulate its Internal af
'""ion 1Kb .nm .,!.. .
" vaiiu tne
V2am t0 under It
! v BrU"ar "'n of th,
h L.',Ktate"-" nd that the
I ' Its own bo! dra.
j " """Itely announced to-
$ Marfh More
k.. .T"" soldiers. n
il.l . .
today. Th .a
Project near Tor-
r Plain, -
( "." Ject near Tor-
Tr" of "Rhty unit.
i'red he-,u"r aten
1 deTn tt" !T
tntd i v the Inian
! hr he Em"?n was
the ball with all his usual fight, but
was closely guarded. MciKttrick did
his bit by getting seven fou and
one field goad.
As predicted, Pacific Came on the
floor prepared for a fight, and they
put up a fast exhibition, following
the ball In great style. Fenenga w.is
their strongest man on offense, while
Graham "and Wolfe at the guards
really did most to - keep the score
VVIllamette - Pacific
Wapato (4)........F '. (8) Todd
MciKttrick (8)..:.F (4) Hoar
Jackson (10)..,...C (12) Fenengji
Rarey.... .......G .i......; Graliam
Dimick ( 2) ..::....G Wolfe
Referee, Shaw pf Dallaa.
OLD FllIKNDS REMEMBERED
Spokane,. Wash;, Mar. 4. w! H.
Peart, who recently sold his farm near
Davenport, Wash., to R. Shuck, ail
neighbor, stipulated as a part of the
sale price,, that the ; purchaser must
give free board and lodging to "John
nie" and "Pnul," his work horses, as
long as they lived. Mr. Peart bought
the team when he began farming 12
JOURNAL CLASS ADS SELL IT
SAY, it you are going to
mbve to Woodburn soon, we
have one of the best buys in
a good modern 7 room house
in the town; Just-2 blocks from
Main St. and if sold soon $2,
200. We just listed a strictly
modern bungalow In south
Salem at $3800.
22 acres of the best kind of
soil only 0 miles from Salem,
with good buildings, all cul
tivated, at $7500.
100 acres of the best land in
Polk county, close in on paved
road. All in cultivation; no
buildings. J200 per acre.
6 room cottage bungalow,
modern with furnace, paved
' 4ff acres, about 30 acres or
chard, mostly prunes; full bear
ing; good dryer, house with
water piped; about 9 miles
from Salem. $10,000.
5 room house on pavec St.
good lot; bath, toilet, A. great
5 room house close In, toil
et, city water. For quick salo
. 14-acres, 1 mile out; 5 acre
orchard; good buildings, elec
tric lights, , water system, on
paved road; wants tr, traite on
r0 acres close to Poitland,
good buildings; a;l under cul
Photographs of nearly all
the above places at our office.
Fruitland, Or.. Mar. 4 A fr.-n
surprise party for Mr. Stenback at the.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fagg. The
evenine was sDent In niavin
and singing. About thirty friends were
present, a DlDle was preesnted to Mr.
Stenback from his Fruitlnnd tr;A
A lunch was served later in the even
Mr. Stenback exnecta in in i. nn
--. '" L III VvUil-
fornia and then go to Denver when
his parents are living. He Intends to
return to the Willamette valley some
time In the near future.
. vminuii, asaiMiaiu superin-' nmnure uerise or th Gerke
tendent of public Instruction, will re-ffg Co., states: "A year or so ago
port on standardisation of schools in ' m wife tame into the drug store
the four northwest states at the an- anrt said she was going to take a
nual meeting of the Northwestern As- Dluo medicine. She looked over the
sociatlon of Secondary and Higher kinds we had on the shelf and de
Schools at Spokane, March 31 and ced totry Namber 40. After taking
theApril 1 and S. The association 't a while she gave it to our son and
covers the states of Oregon. Washing-! one day J was complaining of that
ton, Idaho and Montana. tired feeling and she sid. ni
i i . ,TTT ',ose you on 40'' MtS "ht and
a total of 1568. S cords of wood helped mo so much that I have been
have been cut and piled at the state1 recommending It to mv cuslomtrs
? m Wu, Camp near Aun,svl "P,an1 huy in gross lots." With scarcely
submmed A a.ecor"nS report an exception, druggists In Evansville
?rol by Warden I 8ta,board of co- anl this Mr unanimously endorse
trol by Warden L. E. Compton. WedJand recommend Number 40 An old
rasdTeeIhc,,r h f th'8, Wd' Wh'Ch 8nd Wy su" an rl"
eluding tZ JZ C7 Ct 'tbr' ln" markea to 'e "hort time ago on
report shows. Com',t""':" will prolong a man's life. Made bv
report shows. j C. Mendenhall. 40 yem-s a drug-
Bonds,n,heumof$l0o rgcJr by
MI Don't Need to Tell You?f
says the Good Judge "
Why so many men are
Joing to the small chew of
this good tobacco.
You get real tobacco sat- ,
isfaction out of UuVsraall
chew. The rich taste
lasts and lasts. You don't :
need a fresh chew so
often. Any man who uses
the Real Tobacco Chew '
will tell you that.'
Put Up In Two Styles "
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long finc-cut tobacco '
fei oSto' oh H -?
Gifts to Women
Jiffy-Jell Users Nted Them and are Welcome. See Below
Jiffy-Jell made with Sun-Ma!d Ra'slnt or
None Such Mince Meat. Made with
Style C MoU Fiat Size.
'1 This itw
;. . ' . Mm ...
Err " :
Half a Pineapple v
Crushed to Flavor One Jiff y-Jell Dessert
406-7-8 Oregon bldg.
J. ,h authorities
" n a t...i. .
"u"o Place In
J. F. HtTTCHASON.
District Manager The Mutual Life of
N. Y., office JT1 State St, Phone 9.
I need your business. Let me prove
that you need insurance.
Hore is one example of the wealth of fruit
in Ji-Jell desserts. .
We crnsh pineapples in Hawaii fruit too
ripe to ship. The juice of half a fruit is con
densed and sealed in a vial to flavor one pint
Yet the whole dessert costs but a few cents,
ready at your call.
So with eight rich fruits which come in Jiffy
Jell. All are made from crushed fruit, all are
abundant. All come in liquid form, condensed
and sealed in glass a bottle in each package.
Real-fruit flavors in bottles
Mark this Jiffy-Jell distinction. Note how it
differs from old-style quick gelatine desserts.
Jiffy-Jell alone has these bottled fruit-juice
Jiffy-Jell desserts are fruit-made dainties,
rich in fruit. The fruit taste is not mere flavor
and not artificial.
People need fruit daily, Now, when fruit il
costly, this is an ideal way to serve it.
Jiffy-Jell comes ready-sweetened. It is acid
ulated with evaporated fruit acid. A rare
grade gelatine is in it, and the fruit-juice es
sence in a vial. '
You simply add hot water as directed on
package, and let cool. Then a package of Jiffy
Jell serves six people in mold form, or twelve
if yoti whip the jell.
Vet this fruit-made dainty, rich in fruit, costs
a trifle. It costs less than serving apples.
'Twill delight you
Try JifTy-Jcll in various fruit flavors. Try lime
fruit flavoi for a tart green salad jell. Try mini
for a mint jell to serve with meats.
Learn what these dainties mean to you. Comparf
tliem with old-style desserts of this type.
We offer you choice of several 50-cent molds if
you will do this, and at once. Cut out our offer so
you won't forget.
. Ten Flavors in Glass Vials
Bottle In Each Potior
KIM Lime Cherry
Or-nf. Lemoa CoKm
Individual dessert molds
Style 4-Tfis suae In pint ise Style-C
In assorted styles of- alumi
num, six to the set. The six
will serve a full package of
Jiffy-Jell Send S trade-marks
(or the six assorted.
I ! w If
Jiffy-Cup for measuring
An aluminum half-pint cup.
Fill twice with water to dissolve
one package Jiffy-Jell. Use J
an exact cup measure in all reci
pes. end 2 trade-marks for it.
n3 '---- '-.i'-r
Silver Dessert Spoons, teaspoon size, in a favorite pattern of Wm. Rogerf
silver plate, guaranteed 20 years. For the first spoon send 2 trade-marks,
plus 10c for postage and packing. Then we will offer you the blance of the set
" ' ' Free to users
Cut out the trade-marks in the circle on the
front of Jiffy-Jell packages. Send S for any pint
mold'br the Set of Six Individual Molds. Send 2
for the Jrffy-Cup, or 2 and 10c for the Spoon.
The pint molds are as follows all aiurmnum.
gjylB Pint Mold, heart shaped.
Style C Pint Mold, fluted as above. -Style
D Pint Salad Mold.
Style E Pint Mold with pinnacle.
.... 1 Six,
ffcMid i circle
fur nr flint mold
or the M-t of lc
Kn t lor JIBy
Cup. ftid t &aa
Itrc for spooa.
Jiffy Dessert Co., MAIL
Waukesha, Wia. THIS
I enclose...) trade-marks
for which send the gifts . I
check at aide.
Enclose 10c for postage and
packing on the spoon alone.
Sensible shoes for sensible men
shoes that fit wellwear. Well,
iv u r? Of
VT VII iiivv ai V U f W Ml 1
Shoes. "Extra service every
step, comfort every minute'
is more than a slogan it's a
fact stitched into every. V, :
: Buckhecht Shbe.
I I I III M
Dugkhecht Shoes for vou for tctive men in all
Walks of life are sold in a variety of styles and
leathers from $8 to $12 by principal shoe dealers in
For Sale in Salem by
PARIS BROS, . '
'" BUCKINGHAM Aa HECHT V '
MAMUFACTURKS tit urfy fifiiu BAH FRANCISCO
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