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MARCH 5, 1920.
TEE CAPITAL JOURNAL
SAYS BIDD1E BISHOP
today announced the transfer of Jack
Former, outfielder, to the Detroit club
of the American league.
V Williams of the Canadian
;T.Vts have arrived at an
nent concerning the transfer
j! fTti Hall, geml-pro outer garden
L, to the local aggregation. In ad
to having a Ko& rep aa on
JffcKfcr, Hall la known as a handy
wtui his mitts in the 158 pound
"TV, h met middle welghters all
'TT . maatlnir
tho west. Bl wiiw 0
Angeles" Joe Rivers. He arrived
hisalem recently and will make his
r -ith hia parents, who reside
twin the 191 season Hall
To Last Entente
Washington, Mar. 5. The rejoinoer
of President Wilson to the last note
of the French and British premiers on
the Adriatic situation was placed on
the cables last night and today was in
the hands of American diplomatic
agents In Europe. The message prob
ably will be decoded today and laid
before the premiers.
The state department declined to
make public the .contents of the note
or intimate the position the president
had taken on the proposal contained tn
the recent Anglo-French communica
!T. with the Canadian league,
hu deed to pass up all week
baseball na ""a1" """
Another player to come to Salem.
Jpni Cohen of the Northwestern
tajruo. and more recently from, the
Testate league. Cohen works on sec
ond sack and is considered a ub
Intial addition to the Salem team.
In order to Induce Cohen to locate
here. 0. G. Quackenbush has provid
a the second bagger with a job at
He ihop (Quack's.) This is an ex
ample of the assistance given the Sa
lem Senators by local business firms.
In addition to contributions to ttt
'""Run out to the new pack at :2th
and Oxford streets, and watch v,s
now," invites the manager f the
Senators. "Something doinif all the
time." Contractor Bahlburg hits near
ly completed work on tho bloacliors
and the grandstand will soon be
swung into line. With the completion
ol these structures, a seating cipaci
ty of at least 3000 is assured, to say
nothing of the protected parking,
dunned by the builders.
"Have you lined, up with us on '.he
budget aid?" asks Biddie, "it not,
-.trh flir the coupon in toi.i iw s
Caoital Journal and coiro in with do
ration." With Harry Wenderoth, who
is secretary-treasurer of th baseball
duo, Blddie is working overtime in
trying to place the Senators on an n-
deuendent financial basis, wun
sterling athletic field for Salem ami
with this park at the disposal of tau
Senators, the club will not have to
ask for further financial assistanca,
"But we sure need help new," coil'
eludes tho hustling marmger.
Portland, Or., Mar. 5. President
W. W. McCredie of tho Portland base
lull club of the l'acific Coast league
JOUHNAL WANT ADS PAT
Rub Turpo, the only Turpentine
ointment, on the forehead and tem
ples. What u relief! Try it. '
Senator McNary has introduced a
bill In congress as a substltte for the
measure drafted by the Western States
Reclamation association, according to
information received today by State
Engineer Clipper. The McNary meas
ure provides for an appropriation of
250,000,OOO the same as the original
measure, but the amount would be
able only in sums of $15,000,000 an
annually to be paid out of the funds in
the treasury unless there were no such
available only in sums of $15,000,000
raised by a bond Issue. The new bill
was drafted to overcome objections to
the original bill raised by the treasut j
Attempt To Prove
U. S. Aided Soviet
Washington, Mar. 4. F.fforts to
snow mat t&c American government,
through its diplomatic scents, aided
revolutionary attempt; to upset the
soviet government in Russia were
continued today before a senaate com
mittee by former Senator Hardwick of
George, counsel for Ludwir P. A. K.
Martens soviety ajrent in this countrv.
D. C. Poole, former American consul
general at Moscow was on the stand
but denied unqualifiedly that he had
taken part in what Senator Hardwick
termed "conspiracies under the Amer
ican flsg to blow up Bridges."
Consular funds of the United States
had been left in the Moscow banks,
Mr. Poole said, because the soviet "na
tionalized" them and his subordinates
were unable to draw out the money.
He also told of raids by soviet agen
cies, on the consular officers of other
The Umpu.ua Gravel company 01 1
Mashfield, capitalized at $40,000, filed '
articles of incorporation with the cor-!
ReJuee your deitorif;
bills by ket ping t- , i
always cn hand aV.N)
Incorporators are M. W. Payne, Isaac
Tower and A. K. Peck.
Resolutions of dissolution have been
filed by Grber, the Radiator Man.
The capital stock of the Western !
Building company, Portland, has been !
increased from $50,600 to $60,000 and;
the capital of the Jantzen . Knitting
Mills company, Portland, has been in
creased from. $100,000 to $150,000 ac-
cordingt 6 certificates filed today.
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JOCRN'lL WANT ADS PAV BEST
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JOURNAL. CLAS3 -'D3 SELL, IT
SIOUX CITY COMPLKTIXY
TIED UP BY la STlUKi:
Sioux City, Iowa, Mar. 4. Thou
sands were forced to wa'.'i to ivork
here today as the result o? a strik; cf
employes at the power plant i f :;w
Sioux City Service company lust i.h.ht
which tied up all street car traffic and
crippled business. All schools were
The power house workers quit who
their demands for a 10 to 15 per vei.t
raise in wages were refused.
Seattle. Wash., Mar. 4. Rain and
cloudy skies today caused Major A. D.
Smith, United States army aviator, to
postpone his attempt to make a one
day flight from Camp Lewis, Tacoma,
ia .-vui uiego, cal. Major Smith plan
ned yesterday to leave n.t
day. He said today he would leave oa
the first clear day.
Babllsm acknowledges Mohammed
as a prophet, but denies the doctrine
of bodily resurrection.
In ten generations the descendants
of a single sow would number M00,
CAPE COD CANAL OPEN
Sandwich. Mass., Mar. 4. The Cape
Cod canal was reopened today to per
mit the passage of coal barges and
colliers' idestined to relieve the fuet
shortage at Boston and', other New
England points. Owing to a' dispute as
to ownership it had been closed since
the railroad administration relinquish
ed control Sunday night.
Need Attention In March or Face
May Stay Covered
Now is the time to take special
care of the complexion If you wish
to look well the rest of the year. The
March winds have a strong tendency
to bring out freckles that may stay
all summer unless removed. Now is
the time to use Othine double
This preparation for the removal
of freckles was written by a promi
nent physician and is usually so suc
cessful that it Is sold by druggists
under guarantee to refund the money
if it fails. Get an ounce of Othine
double strength, and even a few ap
plications should show a wonderful
improvement, some of the smaller
freckles even vanishing entirely.
Ask for free sample Perry's drug
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
That dainty and charming sctress,
Louise Huff, Is famous for her beau
tiful complexion and as an author of,
ninny articles on tlie subject of
beauty, she has been persuaded to
tell the readers of this paper how
they may quickly acquire a soft, I
smooth, rosy-white complexion like;
hers, Bhe says: "To get the best re-
suits ine Kin enouiu ue uiuiijukiii
oleansed, then apply Derwillo which
caa be obtained at the toilet counter
of any up-to-date drug or department
store." This instantly beautifies the
complexion and Its continued use
makes the results permnnnt. Over
five, hundred : thousand girls and
women are using Derwillo in prefer
ence to face powder and other beau
tlilers and they are just as enthusias
tic over it as Miss Huff. Be sure to
read her large article on the com
plexion soon to appear In this paper.
In the meantime get Derwillo which
she recommends and try It lo day.
you will be delighted with It and
soon have a complexion for whbhi
evervone will compliment you. a
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D. J. Fry and J C. Perry.
Coughs and Colds
Catarrh, Croup, Sore Throat
banished by Hyomei
The germs of catarrh do not exist
in the same atmosphere with anti
septic Hyomei (pronounce it Hlgh-o-me.)
Breathe Hyomei and relief from
catarrh, coughs, sore throat or cold
will come In two minutes. '
Breathe Hyomei and that stomach
straining hawking in the morning
will quickly disappear.
Breathe Hyomei and kill the ca
tarrh germs; heal the Inflamed mem
brane, stop the discbarge of mucus
and prevent crusts from forming in
Br.-athe Hyomei for i few minutes
each diy and rid yourself of con
Ertathe Hyomei give it fulthful
trial and then. If you are not satis
fled, you can have your money back.
Hyomei is sold by druggists every
where and by Daniel J. Fry.!
It relieves stomach misery, sour tom
sen, belching and all stomach disease or
money back. Large box of tablets 60
cents. Pruggists in all towns.
Salem Sample Store
141 North Commercial Street
Blue serges and fancy Cassimere weaves
$25, S36.50, 847.50
BOYS' KNEE PANT SUITS
Belted, pinch back and Norfolk models in
grey and browns, mixtures
$6.85, $8.45, $10.90 to $13.50
BOYS' EXTRA KNEE PANTS
Corduroys, $1.48, $1.98
Brown mixtures, $1.45
Boys' Blue Waists, 98c
Boys' Blue Chambray Shirts
79c, 98c :
BOYS HEAVY SCHOOL SHOES
Black or brown, blucher
$2.98, $3.20, $4.20, $4.85
BOYS TAN OR BLACK ENGLISH
$4.63, $4.95, $5.85
MEN'S BLACK OUTING SHOE
$28, $3.65 ,.
MEN'S BROWN BLUCHER
$3.63, $4.20, $4.85 up to $7.50
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Black or tan English and regular toes
$4.65, $5.85, $7.85 to $9.50
EDMONDS ARMY LAST SHOES
Sizes 11 1-2 and 12, AA to C
$12.00 Value for $6.85
MEN'S ARMY LAST SHOES
Black or Tan
. $6.50 to $9.50
Oxfords and Pumps for
And summer wear, patents, gun metal or
kid, the cewest laSta and heel3 for
$5.98, $6.85, $7.95
LADIES' BLACK or BROWN
' Kid lace, Louis or Military Heels
$7.85 to $8.45
GREY KID LACE SHOE
1 '. ... Military Heel,
' - $7.85
LADIES' SILK HOSE
Black, Brown or White
$U9 and $1.45
Black or Brown Silk Liele, 60c
Grey, Palm Beach, blue, 35c, 39c
. $1.19, $1.45. $1.95 to $2.95
Womeu'B Outing Gowns
LADIES' and MISSES PINK
. . . Jersey, bloomers, 50c, 60c
. Ladies Pink Camisoles, 65c .
Ladies Spring hats, $1.65 up
Misses hats, $2.85
Light or Dark Patterns
$1.65 to $1.98
" Women's House Dresses
$2.20, $2.65, $3.20
Misses and Children's Dresses
$1.00, $U9 to $2.98
When you want Trunks, Suit Cases or
Bags, try us first.
270 N. Com'l. St., 1 :S0 p. m.
Furniture, Ranges, Heaters,
Canned Fruit, Kitchen Utensils,
DiBhe Jtools, etc.
Harness Cream Separator
6 Anuona Hens.
"(io Where the Oowds So Uuy
Where You Uuy tlie 'llenppt,,
Mi ON TIM 10 1:30 P. M.
rhone C10 or 5U '
PRIVATE SALES DAILY,
Style is a Wonderful Thing,
Marking you as in the Mode
and giving you an individ
uality if you choose wisely.
But Service see that you get garments
Our Ready-Made garments will give you
service that you expect so it proves its val
ue as you wear it. See the dainty, becoming
serviceable coats and suits we are offering
during this month.
466-474 State St,
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
he Proof of the Pudding
jasi'hy car oi'TPUT Here is evidence conclusive that FORD CARS not only
fully lead in sales in Salem, the state of Oregon, but throughout
car ry the United States.
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jj!' 15,4oo htl The table on th left is a report taken from the February
ctoS ZZZ ZZZ ul issue of the "Motor Worlds published in, New York, and is
Columbia.'... 59 ... ,
iMrigt u.500 no positively authentic.
Uort SI 2,500 a
3a We caH your attention to the fact that more FORDS were
Hub!Ibnr.'7Vrr.! ' I'm V ' manufactured last January than all other leading makes com
jujrn SSZ.-SSS ' bined. ,, , . ' ... ...,u x. u'
Liberty - 350 iJ
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Noimn We also find this fact
Mexwell .' 22S
Oakland . .. . . The FORD MOTOR COMPANY are over 150,000 orders
Overland . u
Packard - f, behind. This evidence clearly shows why you should
.:: I . PLACE YOUR ORDER TODA Y
Bcrlpp-Eoothfi "' iJ
. Total WW Turns the Trick
Implements f lavement
C. J. BREIER CO.
YOU DO BETTER HERE FOR LESS