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' ' SM CHARGE
i BY WIL
Get Salesmen To I
Join Club Named
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
.. -rh. French gov-
H tO A"'"
Ws charge of militar
. it was s"id l
L. this morning. A
. , on initially he
I i Kin. of the nrtoi.
tu.r.. me ...-
In - had n""-
LTHY OF CiTY
FAIL TO CONTRIBUTE
More interest among young men '
working in shops and stores in the city
will have to be aroused before a Sales-1
men's club can be formed, and in view I
of this fact those associate members J . The Rttem General -Holta, eam
who met in the Commercial club Fri- paign for JIM.UOO will fail unless trie
day night to form the organization, cithsens of Salem who are financially
outlined a campaign for more prosi.ec I able to assist donate, was the nein.iJ.
lakeu nut a result uf decision reached j said that many persons who wouk".
at a-conference Friday night of lead-1 contribute to the fund could not be
ers in the campaign. What steps J reached, and it was asked that they'
would be taken were not announced, j telephone campaign headquarters, ,
It is believed that the committees will jiir write their donations and send
show up" the latent subscribers by 1 them to headquarters. Several public
publication of their names after futile ; spirited citizens, wishing' to see one
ater.ipts are made to gain their sup ; of the best hospitals in the northwest
', erected here, phoned to headquarters
' i today and asked that their names e
port of the society.
At present laloons are not allowed
within fifty yards of a mosque. Statu -bout,
the Turkish section of ConataB
tlnople. has no saloons.
i entered for donations.
f?" obtainable in of
f'tathe exception of ex-
Z ,ake thft T
tides by M. Jusserands
Polk to correct the
Jres-ion his assertions
3y The Filing
loiiuHing men as cnairmen were
named to visit every store and shop
in the city to recruit members for the
organisation: . Robert La Rue,
Oleson, J. V. Chambers Jr.. F.
Jobleman and E. E. McDonald.
committees, with the, tic word issued at eatnnaien hein,,
ters in the Commercial club today.
; Tne figures released Friday showing
I that J35.9000 was yet needed in nut
Oscar! the campaign "over the top" were un
P IX" . V. . .. .1 . i . . . .
"""6 luoaj. .o iurtner committee
reports had Jeen received up to noon.
Aid In Campaign
part through "titatkn.
Liberty to Aid. '
The entire Liberty district pledged
aid to the novement at a meeting in
Liberty hall there Friday night at
which Walter lenton, chairman for
the publicity committee, and Mr. Me-
Gilchrist spoke. Flans were made at i
the meeting for the organization and
naming of committees to conduct ac-1
live solicitation among residents there. . ,
Women organizations of Salem mo- Constantinople. Jan. IS. William
bilized today, under the leadership of j pss foot I Johnson, or some oth:
m i-u n r uatiini nutj.i.wTa in 'American anti-ftolonn M'tmniiAp will
future meeting, net for March I and Campaign Manager William Mc- the camapign. It was said that thev! sked by the Turkish Ureen Cres
the club, It is expected that ! Gilchrist was nn:.hi m ..... ... cent meietv i v,,, h .,. .
enough members, as well as others not , mate of the amount theVommiitees residence districts of the cite for sub- th absolute prohibition campaign In-
members -but who are interested in the j probably would report when they came scriptions that could not be taken bv jaaeurated March i. . The Sheik II
movement, will be on hand to aid In ; In. , . the committees working downtown. 1 l3li" ctsal head of the Moslem
forming the Salesmen's club. Some dractic action to sain dona- . n..n.ii..u. Mmmi in. -prhuroh. said he would throw the full
u pinion imw me ousiness men of:ons from Salem s wealthy will be
the uy snouia encourage their sales- ' i'
268,584 VOTERS IN
The total respiration by counties
follows; Liaker 3 3, teuton -i!?,
Clackamas 13.637, Clatsop 1171, Co
lumbia 1193. Coos Tl-o. Crook 1 T 0 ,
Curry 1I0. Desrhttte S4; Utuglan
7;i;!l. tMilum 191'.'. rant S1U, jt..r-.
ney 2355. Hood River 2537, J.li kson
S0S4, Jeffersv.n 1911, Josephine Si'Hl
Kl.tnii.th ill", Luke L"6t)ti. ltne J2,
li IT, IJncnln, asi.Uuu. I l.Hl, ' Mal
heur . 4 M 1 . M:H-ion 14,571, Morrow
:!. Muluiomah 76. ML Tafk T)'i.
ibero.n lse. TillannMik SfiiU. trii.it-
tilla ST47, Cninn ilsl, Wallowa aluii
siM li 1 1 , .U, a sh i n : t o n V ; 6 3 , , V h . -4 -
IkJ.. i' am bill-,8 US-
Of the 2S.iSl voters regMtisred iu
Oregon up to March 8, as shown by
reports of clerks of the various coun
ties made to Sum A. Kozer, deputy ,
seeretury of state, 171. 1 are repub
licans, 71.164 ai-e democrats. ilSl ,
prohibitlonisvs. 336 sucialtsu nnd
S9D are classed as oiiseellniieolis.
Marion county Is second iu point of
total registration with 11.171 011 trie
books up to the time of the report,
Multnomah counlv. leading the , lust
hcaiquarters it was influence of the church to the sup- with a total registration of 7.13t, -
Workmen t 'the Vtuehner Luui)Hr
compitny mill have demanded a mini
mum wagp-nf u day Instead of
II. SO uKieed upon two months ago.
With the falling of rain In I'nioii
cuuiity fanners are rejoicing. The
drouth this year has beeu unusual and
grave doubts of securing a crop wer
being entertained. - '
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JOI KNAL WANT ADS BRING 'EM
JOI KNAL WANT ADS PAT BfcST"
men and assistants tq join the Sales
men's club In order to aid them In se
curing training in proper salesmanship
was expressed at. the meeting Friday
night. It is planned to provide caiwtble
speakers to address the member of
the Salesmen's club on modem and
i.noh ado when the ser
l Marion county for their
4,v in the late war. This
Option rather than the
... (or -In most individ
L ' the buys left without
aiund ' drums
Li in the mine manner.
llir for the joyful re
,nie folks or "that girl."
jung excerpts from serv-
certificates gives organ
ise duration and other
Ln i few of Marion
Lrvice men. The certifi-
rtently filed In the coun
IWenger. pvt. 1 cl. en-
L entered the service
was discharged May
ring in iih; ciuv
hill V. Pryden. battery B,
artillery corps, entered
July 5, 1918, serving in
ber 14, 1918, to Febru-
9. Harry M. L,evy. mess
miwny C, 76th mrantry.
itmd the service July 25.
bier senice In the United
lischarged March 1, 1919.
Chester Hannegan, 162d
lliated April 9,1917, serv
ice December 11, 1917, to
rton Rardall, electrician
lio) V. S. navy, June 25,
las released from the ser
ty !J, 1919.
I Paid To
I. Miller For
If the lasting value and In-
Jioswrk of Professor Delia
!frs who recently resigned
fcctte university, a word of
I should be spoken as she
p ig. that work.
i was. in the Chautauqua
final fields before coining
Jile Is known to all. ' F01
fcsnlve years she toured
i America, half that time
It In the service of the
Bureau. Through her
.of Gen. Lew Wallace's
known wherever she iins
"Ben Hur Lady." The
fhex personal touch and
nown only to her olossi;
to her students. By In
piratlon and kindness
I interest, she made her
FSwhom I count mvself.
"te In personality an4 In
i .,. ...
is me soul or a
I her aim to live an unl
I' helpfulness, 8unimoiiiig
r of body and mind to
fit furpose. Technical
V Platform nrl con Iu.
. or this purpose.
reat lesson she taught
f and lives in her art.
gone from" Willam
iay have been blinded
f to the high purpose of
I Bat she leaves hehin
f h will never forget herj
I to thank her for it
f t and assistant in her
f ilamette. 1
"The rapidly Increasing use of 71.1s
scnger automobiles in business is
proof that they are a profitable in
vestment," says F. G. Delano of the
Salem- Automobile company, lo-nl
dealer In Chevrolet passenger and
commercial cars. -"llusiness
houses would not h-.iy
more and more of these cars excepr
for economic reasons and these rea
sons are obvious.
"The passenger ear not only cuts
cost. It Increases the value of money.
Travelling expenses when invested in a
motor car, show more satisfactory re
sults. It makes the money paid to
salesmen yield more business .and
"The salesman's time Is valunblo
and an automobile enables him to see
more people and to cover more terri
tory In a day. It makes him Independ
ent of other expensive conveyances.
It does not limit him to railway sched
ules. "He does not have to waste time In
unprofitable places. He can get to th?
right place at the right time. His mo
tor car makes every minute count and 1
saves all his energy for his work.
"And the passenger automobllo. Is
proving its advantages, not only In
selling but In every' line of business
Where transportation Is a factor.
"This Is especially true of the up to
date, medium weight cars.' Their weli
balanced construction makes then
absolutely reliable. Their convenience.
Increased by complete equipment,
adapts them especially to commerdil
"In addition to theses advantage
they are as Inexpensive to maintam
to buy. Their total maintenance cost
divided by actual mileage proves how
much they save. Increased business
provesShowrnuch they earn.
"It is this economic merit combined
with their dependability and conven
ience that makes medium weight cars
such Important factors in business
Marjorie Burnum and Capt. Walter
"FROM MOVIES TO VAUDEVILLE"
Violet & Lewis
Roman Rings and Fun
FRMCIS X. BUSHMMI
A nd Beverly Bayne
A SPECIAL FEATURE OF THRILLS AND ROMANCE
The Famous Star
A romance of mother-love in which the little star is a motherless waif who escapes
in trousers from a Convent in Italy and comes to America to care for all the poor,
neglected babies. Altogether charming, quaint and different from Miss Stewart's
' previous photoplays ,. , -
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A' New Sunshine Comedy '
fKle y Mid
p Uame Here
SnA ana"n- L retir-1
; died sfftTdenly - .t
I "ay as he .was sitting
tl2 K anMis death
I - the cause of death.
t was brn in John
",ay 1853, and
OMlOk J. ' "I"""'
I J with his farenH UK
r-Cavanagh In 1865.
F Hawaii ri.- .
IZ 10 -VfKnv near
J"- c" "Wiggins.
U,"'"" George Cav-
-. .. ' 'eginsr'Uu-
i -I Ms death.
E a Member (vf
js " 11 the parlors of
I'IJ ' "ve,opi'ng 1"
v- ' l"T a 0011,1 issue to,
'T road connecting;
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WM.'WWifif'ftO i.XV l.U.t 'i WrO-PrCiAt Will
"l? ftflr the min the Springtime in croon of gentle zephyrs,
in the gladsome song of birds and the other voices of natu&" t
Humans tooycrave musw m uw yi tug .-. a
VTA lltl HMHISI W MI
! - A
t ' viilfrnrrvvnu to the beautiful woods where nature rules
andthebirds sing.-low utue group u,
Ml&dmwe bade from tteUving room floor. To the opera y
rtr;arirf Mheaiisoi the great ariisis,
Sonora Dealer in Salem
415 Court Street
The edict has gone forth that the MIDGET MARKET "must go." Since
it was first established it has always been a "thorn in the side" of the
meat combine in Salem. Now that they are thoroughly organized as never
before, they are going to make another attempt to put us out of business.
W- t - -
You, who have resided in Salem for some time, do not find it hard
to recall how the big fellows soaked you before the Midget camn - Do you
want those conditions back" again under tlie jniise oft "the high cost of
living?" --I. i ' . "
They now have a stronger combination than ever and they are out
to "get" the Midget with their "camouflaged markets."'
You, who have been our strong supporters since we were first estab
lished, who have been loyal throughout our fight, can now aid us again.
Tell your friends, be a booster for the MIDGET. Do not be misled by the
EEEF TRUST'S underhand methods. Let's beat their game.
, , -When the Midget was. first opened, a prominent member of the trust
remarked that they would "have the boys back on the farm plowing for
the old man in couple of weeks." "The boys" haven't started to plowing
yet. We have got to teach that BEEF TRUST a few more lessons, among
them that they don't own Salem. -: " - ' ' r "" 1 '
YOURS FOR VICTORY,