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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1920)
ITHE CAPITAL JOURNAL'
By M. B.
IV ill soon be here
With its flowers
Ami new hats
Folk who have not thought
WU! grow suddenly
And will think
And a Redeemer
And UWy will be glad
Thut they gate
To the Hospital Fund
They are told
That he came
Not to be ministered
!v.l:;ch It lutJ, iu pcu Ucuiui-. ami
7 L T? ' formative iteais that will assist m-os-
llVW L.UUIVHI r irTTl'' pet-live investors, merchants, bankers
or any other persons Interested in ob
taining a definite and true knowledge
or conditions in a country whre their
future may lie."
Mr. Mitre said the idea's nn.l dntte..
of the newspapers in the upper and
lower nalves of the western hemis
phere were the same. "Th milio
of newspaper making are different
he added. "and even these differences
are becoming smaller and smaller."
. Mi i
But to minister I
The Cobbs & Mitchell company of
Portland, capitalized at 11,000,000,
filed articles of iaeornoratmn wiih flip
corporation department here Saturday.
xne company will deal in lumber and
lumber products. The incorporators
are: rrank J. Cobbs, Chas. T. Mitch
eil and Charles N. Hughes.
Other corporations filinir nrfii-w
Mountain View Anartmpnts Pnrt.
land, $109,000: 1 V. Lundberg, Raluh
Coan and C. C. Stout
Bonnybrook Fair Amusement com
pany, Portland. $10,000; J. H. Kloster
man, J. TV. Blaney zrA I. H. Curl.
Resolutions of dissolution were filed
by the United Clothing company.
SEATTLE RAILWAY LOSES
beanie, Wash., Mar. 20. Seattle's
, """ ,e railway system has
v.v,vvv auniig the past year, ao
cordlngto a report of Harry VV. Car
roll city comptroller, to Mayor Hugh
Caldwell, made public today. The
railway lost $108,000 alone In January
"ml even more in February Mr. Car
roll a report showed. Nothing, he said,
S. J ?"rncll,n! 011 feet wilway
Bonds due two years from now.
NEW INDUSTRY FOR ALASKA
Cordova. Alaska, Mar. 21. A fish
Jneal Planter of its kind in AfaSka
ill tt"f 111 Cordova about
I , I ra"cisco n1 Montana firms
t:::T. e mea m used
Y tZ . ,, ,e antl Poultry. Fish
, ' ""u'cmui purposes and for use
- goat' " Paints, will be extract"
News Exchange '
Closer, Is Claim
Buenos Aires, Mar. 22. Intemhunir-
of news between North and South
South American newspapers with the
news agencies and newspapers of the
United States has hrnnphf oK.,,.t "..
better and more thorough feeling or
commercial and social brotherhood in
every nation than would have been
possible in anything less than decades
uuuer omer conditions rn
Dure, airector of La Nacion, told mem
bers of the American club or hob
Aires, at a luncheon recent lv. Siuni
ing as a publisher Mr. Mifro nt
consider this to be one r,r ih '
nuirajous 01 journalism. '.
"After all," he asserted. "ih n-t
est service a newmmiwr r ...
agency can render to the country in
GOVERXMEXT SELLS COAt
Nome, Alaska. Mar. 21. t 7 no! S- in
receatly came to assistance of Nome
when a coal famine threatened. The
war department at Washington order
ed Fort Davis here to eell fit n
its surplus coal, 190 tons, at $36 a ton.
This will m vT.. lj .. ...
..... .... .iviuci iierus uniu trie
first steamer arrives from the states
in the spring.
11 . -
For Colds. Grin or Inflnenu
and aa a PrcventativM ha -t i -v a
TIVE BROMO OUINTXm t.ki...
Look for B. W. GROVE'S alenatnr.
on the box. SOc. rAflvi
A child should not look pale,
unn or worn. Such condition
denotes malnutrition. To
Keep up growth and robust
ness a child needs a plenitude
Ox fnnn nh im i -
w u viioxxuns
abundant in growth-promoting
properties, u ani ideal supple,
mental food that could well be
a Dart of th 4:f a .
. wtreiy n
Kiunina cniin. -
Children always do well
THOUGH vegetables cost a
101 id marlcet you can have
them in plenty, without paying
so much! And better vege
tables, and fresher! Just a little
55acera ,ittle care-nd
Morses unfailing -seeds. You
can get them
at grocers, floristt, drug and
hardware itores, etc,
C C. MORSE & CO. M"
125 Market St
JOURNAL WANT ADS TRY THEM
, -i-"3 2. XT, x i tirial
r ' i "i ;i 'Kf' AlU, Wr i..,, .Jff - .-.' Ti. 4 r
T I ' . "Jy' " nnnn,i.- ".SjZTL- 1
EVERYBODY know, and likes Karo. Now vcur.
get it with the flavoring of purest
The new Karo Maple Flavor has all the delighlfj
taste of fresh maple syrup, but has body enough to
pour nicely, and is reasonably priced.
Karo Maple Flavor looks appetizing and is just as
good as ,t looks. You will find if the ideal synip f"
pancakes, waffles, biscuits. P
It is just the spread on sliced bread for children.
Be Mar to ask yatzr grocer for Karo Maplt
flavor mtha Green Can. It it guaranteed to
pleai you or your grocer return your money.
CORN PRODUCTS REFINING COMPANY
17 Battery Place . New York
, JOHNSON, LIEEER COEiPANY, Portland, Ore.
ADigest of Specials
compromise-bargain news briefly itemized for the benefit of
busy folks. Bear in mind that
others, everything in the store is discounted at least ten per
cent during our retiring from business sale.
Men's heavy bliie Crown syii
teiu overalls, 44 and 40 $2.13
Wen's Ikhakl unionalls, I.ee's
Women's overalls .....$1.63
Women's khnki unionalls
t .. $1,95
Women's two-piece work
suits, blue , $ 85
J Women's ami
Hoys' Nainsook pajamas for
I 8. 10, 14
socks in black,
J l'art wool
Rrey. tan, natural 80c
4 Misses' black wool hose, slue
1-2 only 43c
Lot Infants colore! Cash-
mere hose at , 400
Long . silk Rloves, mewar
j quality 45c, eac, so
4 2io Williams toilet soap !5tj
Koys's ISuster Brown button in sixes
i 1-2 to 6, pair ....,,...... $..2S
Men's White House, button ....... $5.95
Men's Ill-Tops, 6 1-2 and 11.. $7.95
Misses' bhu-k lace, 11 1-2 'to 2 S2.B5
Misses' black button. 13 to 2. .,...$2.25
Misses' white buck, 11 1-2 to 2 $2.95
Girls'' white buck, 8 1-2 to 6 $3.65
C.irls' white kid, 4 and 4 1-2 ... $.195
girls' black button, 2 1-2 to S $2.85
Women's and CUrls' lace an dbutton.
kid and sunmetal, low and medium
heel, 2 1-2 to 5 j3 gs
Anpther lot. 2 1-8 to S $3 "3
Wonien s and girls' low shoes," sires
3 1-2 to 4 ouly , '$2 35
Lot chi!Uren's ahoe. and slippers, 8l!es
' 8 ; '. 7e. 3C $1.25. St. Ml
r"' 0 t0.4 ......33e and 8(K-
21 shades 53c
Another lot of 40 diffet-
ent shacles 43c
AH wool velour coatings
reduced to $2.95 and $3.35
All our high grade plushes
reduced OXK FOVHTH
Excellent wool plaid, suit
ings, 40 in wide, yd $1.95
Still more splendid plaid
silks at, yd ; $1.95
All laces and embroider
ies reduced from
10 to 50 Per Out
35c to 65c all-over laces
75c to 85c 'all-over laces
M.00 to Jl.fio BH-over
White,- pure wool scarfs
Black pure wool scarfs
rrimmniKS braids 0 every
description yd 2c, 5c, 10c
!!m' . i5c :
ot of V. M. C. emhrwtd
ery rioss. creena !,.
' .JIN.'. i,auiiiiaii,.w.p
Horton Tire Co.
ALLOWANCE made on your old tires
BOMB OP THE T1CTROLA
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
- - - - . - T A - S A I
MADE TO ORDER TO FIT
340 Court Street
: Care of
Yick So Tong
htoeee Mediclna and Tea Co.
Has medicine which will cura
, any known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. m.
- 163 South High Street
Salem, Oregon. Phone 283
-Salem Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators, Fenders and Gas
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
Ford Radiators for Sale
198 S. 12th SL Salem, Or.
For Mcu, Women and
Men'a best 2-plece
Men's heavy grey ribbed cot
ton union ' suits $1.93
Men's fleece lined cotton lin
ed cotton union auits.. $l.95
Women's extra good white
wool pants , $1,4:3
Women's silk and
, , . emm, .inw necK, sleeve
let, ankle length ' 1, '
Women's cotton ru,. n.a .r'"'"'L'""
ankJ. length " !! t,Z
Vomo' athletic union suits " si 00
Children's 2 -piece, at farmeat. ZZTlsTtosZ
5 II. & W. Maternity f Y'Tll "
corsets j ts K. -- '""-'' f
M.5 11. & w. m)rKjnR ' fjt U :
corsets .. ,.... t,5 VjVJf
$1.25 Thomson's nursing 1 1 I B II ' '
coi-sets ; 95,. f I ',
13.65 H: W. elastic gird- ''
' .-. -- $1.93 .,A r U '
FOB LONQ DISTANCE
WE ALSO DO LOCAL
PUKD TRICB. WITH TWO TON
ATTACHMENT. RUNS USE A
MOTOR & TIRE CO.
371 Court Ptreet phone 63S
$1.25 Misses' H. A W. Waists
79c and SOo Brassiere .... "' " ' VTI
5o lace Bandesus .. "''TT
TCn tC. BLu . " ' ' ..........SO
out omn i-rotectors .
n AT THE
-254 North Commercial
Also Junk of All Kinds
. Best Prices Guaranteed
"Capital Junk Co.
iM Square Deal House
! Chemeketa St -Phone SU
HOUSE AND PORCH STYLES
To look well is such a very simple thing when one
chooses a wash dress that is attractive in style and will
launder as satisfactorily as do the EVER DESIRABLE
hams in striking plaids, checks and plain colors. It is so -
uiwuys rresn and crisp about yournouse- s
wwk in tnese days of practical and attractive house
dresses and it is a well known truth that
DIX DRESSES ALWA YS FIT! DAINTINESS AND
. Go hand in hand in the wash dresses of today. The
materials in these shown here are especially good and
a welcome feature of many of them is the wide, roomy
pockets. You will find them at Shipleys.
.... .w -.. w i,y OUCVl
Where Shopping Gives You Many a Good Idea
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