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M0tf)AY MARCH 29, 1920.
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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
SA Misct Shelton'a
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nageant, Moose hall, 7:39 p. m.
April 1 Marion county vet
erans association meets at
Apri i, Easter Sunday.
April 6. American Legion
meeting, armory, T:S0.
April 7, Lecture recital on
American music, library, 8:30
p. in. ' -J
April t Meeting of Sweet
Briar club, home of Miss Nellie
Taylor on Wallaee road.
April 21. Willamette Glee
dab concert l -
Court House News
'' Circuit Court.
. K. Olmstead et a vs Joseph Meyer
4Qatb, chicks. 553 States Phono
Pishing license, were i -
tft t r c 1 ' may
W T r.- . 'aicerSOR.
W. L. Dava, Claude Steuoff R
Ferguson, Paul Noaok,
u Hixon. Georre Nrn,i, .
fioM win. ' aa eUlt-
fteld. WilUam Getafield. Oscar rv
er and W vi. . uicar Mey-
Thompson, Chas. S. oRss. :n;'t' ,,"
Geo. W. McOn ,.1KSS- Rlckrea'!;
Peth. Molalla. Grant
FOR THR inr,,-,,..
-aster bunnies, Easter ,i i
Easter chicks, r, ? ,?"
State street. una. 5S
sa,eat4tni2A th,6 ? R- ' C,uk
W . M. fectak, who recently sold hi
reBidence on the Bilverton road I ft r
about $10,000. nnn. lMd f .
move .Monday to a largo furmY'r
Setak remarks that th i . ....
mg so rapidly that his absence i ,
make more room on the SaK,m siJi
walks He. was formerly, a guard at
Ftederick Kiel estate. Petition.
Frederick' Kiel, estate. Order.'
Frederick Kiel estate. Last Will and
Terry (i'raham, estate. Petition of ,T forn,e
Arv-illa Matlock, daughter of deceas- Mdte ""wry
Frederick Kiel, estate. Oath of
Henry (J. Kiel, administrator.
Frederick Kiel .estate. Bond. .
Frederick Kiel, estate. Order ap
fai-e weii vT
Sr.y Miss GtZJll "ST Walsh- "ect . one-story
is the dauM, , ' sng ;), on her pro-i
tne daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Prty block 13, of the originla platl
v-umuierciai street. . ,. . u.w,un mmmi
Mr. Read was for m by G M Douglas. Another permit was'
ler ot '"e Capital National Bnkbut futarday tu L. S. Sheldon, to;
to San Francsico recent? whera ""'" hiS "sld-n " T0 Belle-!
he is emulov i .u. " 'I?1 vue street I
sorvau, . . , " -auonai Ke- "
wre Bank in that city. i . ,
i f" niu, ij, arrested on a
Oscar Steelhamm. . . 'charge of larceny br baile. ncu
county asse ....... A ..nu,aal9 Ior Builty in Judite ltn,h-.
' mother ha. ,..t,tlnam o clock Tuesday morninr. wk.,
aid today that she has rSigned "Jay Hill asked until 1
greatly. Mr. Steelhammer Zt 1 entM" his He con"
sent secretary of the Salem Busing , r?bUn H. Creson of
Men s 7no "usinesa a cold watch and i: .,..
- ucj twill
ed together in a local rooming hoime.
been placed upon The tabH after La
sanne hall s supply of butter had beei
seriously depleted by feminine fudse
er's first victims.
After the two score Willamette cc
etls who reside at the hall, had prom-
,,. . toiw i me nan. naa prom-
H.ThaI LZntS lnfrmant H t0 aid in ,ne curtil:" of the
thruTUSSr tr"'.by f '. -ndy .nanufacur-
Uiners resemble .i,- V . , T era tn cultpr reappeared on the ta
ter firkins of the city of Hamlin tT - , .v niormn and !' to maintain the city wh
.ne cty of Hamhn to-well in th. "Garden of Kden". it k j (a, to be voted on is $24 30.
Two crewjj are now laying paremeut
on the Columbia rivr highway b
tween Cascade Locks and Hood Rivtr.
A special election wi!l be held at
Dallas, April 13. to vote on a speetal
tai to maintain the city-schools. The
Lee T. r.;iK,
the Elin s ; " :.Bl?.,.aist.rioutor The trial of Mrs. A. RBnh.,
' his home, 1355 State streTwith VJ7 Ittmber- wUl U held
Pneumonia. Slight improvement in hi, Unruh.-. court it 1U m.
condition sin e...,":ement in hls Tuesday, according to th. ,.....
today, "."Uay. WSS noted. docket today. Mrs. Rehman t.
I til h a a tal'on lilvnK. - .
Automobile. v.. . . . . .run, a nouse
Zelinski; route Cn?ries A- Deion5'n8 Uearineer, that'
Chittenden, 642 W. '
both dama-ed in . " c ly- '
evening it th oaturaay "own or more members of the
Hignte" 1 Crt .AiadJer,.Tele f this Silver-
Ports today. Mr 7eii, W, .v""ce re' , wuuuor are expected to at-
past on Court .t7ll , "ving " tvaaer veremonial in As-
tenden S driv nt ' Chit- t0rm April 3' Worl f 't8 ionial
street vt 7e ,V-l? v, S.U,h on HiSh iVaS received tday by several mem
of wav Ron, . 1,V'"g tne riht bers othe local temple. A special
uW le- m leave nirtland
nnski car ror 1,,..,...
leiauve to mniii,:
s and possibilities
at eight a. m. April 3,
turn to Portland at 1
following the session.
and will re
Henry F. Aker f fip&ale, Wn.
a bitlem visitor. Mr. Xket assms
It , f "'blmuion middle
initial, and Christian name is not
what might 'seem.
N. M. L. club will sell all their
furniture at auction Wednesday,
March 31, 1:30 p. m,, 656 Center St.
' Mrs. L. S. Rowland, pccompahie J
by her son, Reed, arrived home fron,
Portland Monday afternoon. Reed
Rowland has been under the care, of
specialist in Portland and last week
underwent a critical surgical oper j.
tion in one of the hospitals of thnt
1 Visiting friends in Salem. Geor.;e
Robbins of Roseburg registered at the
Henry Collins of Aurora transacted
business in Salem Monday.
James W. McDonald of Spokane s
in Salem visiting old friends. Mr
McDonald reports that wv,i,..
state, sa f;ir as the whef hcit'i
'cerned, has wintered well and that a
souu season is promised.
i Salem and ti possioiaties erq. Xi :fter. escaping
Se ifXiu!?1'? " "am ot IT1""8 " bicl-'e belonging to' rC
commercial el ,h T , . a' ln south 12th street,
the esred .fn deU contai'"S fas apprehended at Rickreall today
uie lesiled information are alreadv V Sheriff John Orr. of Pmic on,,,.,!,
Mr. and Mrs.
Minnville, spent Sunday in Salem.
W, C. Howard of Lemmon, S.
- . I ,.uu v, IIIIIlUll,
This week's dranerv inoelnl T3 ia stopping at the Blinh hntel
ton Scrims, colors and designs o ' Howard reports a very agreeable dit
suit everyone. Regular 65c, 48o per ' 1 ,e 'avonng Oregon, fn compar
yard. Hamilton s. .
ior the oress lion
today, and h7e Yy
to furnish all data that is asked.
Pleasant anticipation came in for
a hard blow at a party in the home
or Mrs. A. T. rv, ..
"""luii, hi jNortn
Cottage street. 8nt,,,.,i
Johnson called nniir.. h
t about 9M0 nad reported that some
Punc.pleless culprit had gained en
trance to the rear porch and pantry
ind had carried off a large quantity
of he refreshments for the evening.
Officer VV. J. White investigated but
could find ho trace of the thief.
Members of the Salem Woman's
Relief Corps who nlnn tn ott-.i ...
Veterans county association at Wood-
u. AUru a, are advised, in a state
ment made today, that a Southern
Pacific train will laeve this city at
9:17 a. m., reaching Wnn,ih,,. i
' ample time to attend the meeting.
police here have been informed.
Vt illiam Gahlsdorf, proprietor of
the Gahlsdorf store, 135 North Liberty!
street, after a three weeks', business !
trip to San Francisco oi,...j ...
Cause Of "Strike"
At Lausanne Hall
What threatened to develop into a
regular table strike was settled amic
ably Saturday, when peaco and good
will returned to Lausanne hall.
"Eat that old oleo, we'll certainly
not!" Is reported
decision of the 40-odd girl students
i Salem Heights school win give it
piuBiaiu aim uua Butmi at me na'i i -.-..w.,,., ivumciia U1UO.
April 2 at 7:30 p. m. Ladies please dinner wasgiven. on Friday even
iiriir hnvoo . 1 last, a the Y w n 1 .,. l U.
ing Winter seasons of the two statei . attend the meeting. I who Bathered around the festal board
. . ' I yulte a number of ladies of the relief Frlday morning and found the butter
nude- ih. ,...! . . corps are expected to attend thtf"mt-! substitute enthroned n th. ,... j .
L'nder the aimnfeea nt tua T3..t
and Profsional Women's club, a
lucien Arant, formerly connected
Ith the Oregonian and now employ
ed on the editorial staff cf the Tim
berman, was a Salem visitor Sunday.
Girl wanted at The Spa. IS
B. P. 0. E. dance Wednesday eve
ning, March 31st, for Elks and If,
dies. , !73
John Richardson, a resident of Dal
las' was a 'business visitor, in Salem
Saturday. ,- - "
Clarence Myers of cotts Mills,
father of the :wo tioys who ran away
from their home at Scotts Mills Wed
nesday has-, written a letter asking
Sheriff W. I. Needham to aid in the
earch for thejjoys, who were last
Mti at Mount Angel. Mr. Myers states
that he has no large sum of money
to spend in locating the boys, John,
"and Peter, 16, but asks the author
ities to aid him in returning the lads
to their proptr homes. John weighs
pounds and Peter weighs 130. Thi
to boys are clad in overalls and
jKth are wearing new loggers shoes. !
nen they left Scotts Mills, they had j
""in ?,)U between them according o
last, a the Y. W. n 4
or of Mrs. E. T. Allen, a worker. ,
the mission field In Persia, who is
now in this country on funiuh.
About fifty women enjoyed the privi
lege of meeting Mrs. Allen, who pre
sented a most vivid account of tlie
Condition of non-Moslem rooWlc.f 4
countries under Mohammedan jle,
and emphasized the necessity (or act
ion towards breaking the power o
the "unspeakable Turk,'' rnd for the
provision of funds to take care of the
refugees now In charge of the Chris
tian workers In those lands, that they
may be provided with the means of
becoming self supporting.
Building permits have been issued
atine city recorder's office to Mrs.
substitute enthroned in the stead of
the genuine article. And so, thft strike
commenced. The fair boarders refus
ing to partake of the "innovation."
According to campus gossip, th
Word was received in Salem "Mon
day of the birth, Sunday, March 28,
of a son. to Mr. Hnd Mrs .T TV Pearl
of 35 Palm avenue, Apt. 3, San Fran
cisco. The little lad has been named
Gordon Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Read
i: Grand Opera House, Tue., Mar. 30
The Musical Comedy Success of the Season
CATCHY MUSIC GOOD COMEDY PRETTY COSTrMKS
A Lingering Landslide of Laughter
Prices 30c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 ,
Seat Sale now open. Opera House Pharmnry
Will Carver was a Newberg visitor
Saturday, returning to Salem the
Special meeting of DeMo
lay Commandrey No. 5 K.
T. this evening. Work in
tile Malta degree.- Vis
iting Sir Knights welcome
NOTE OF THANKS
Wjsh to express our sincerest
switude to all who so kindly aided
our late bereavement, especially
y we mention Rev. Aldrich, the
"merent organizations of the Leslie
E. church, Mrs. Gucher and Mrs.
T, Davidson. W. J. LInfoot, Wll
"am LInfoot, Wilfred Linfoot, Alice
Unfoot, Mrs. Jane fields. 7t
WALLACE REID - !
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Service. Our earn
est endeavor to give
satisfaction, and su
perior service, is
evidenced, by the
courtesy of our staff
the efficiency of our
"ftigfaction of our
clients and tha qual
'ty of service ren
dered, quality. Cour
For Ladies, Misses and
Ladies' New Oxfords and Pumps in
blacky broivn tan, white and patent
leather wit hhigh French or Military
heels in the new narrow or medium
toes, moderately priced, $8.50 to $11.50
New Oxfords and Pumps for the Young Ladies who wear
the lower heels and wider toes, in black and brown at $7.50
Children's Mary Jane pumps in black, white, tan and pat
ent, classy shoes for the kiddies at $1.95 to $4.75.
Ladies' fancy lace and embroidery hose
for real dress occasions and Silk Hose
in all the wanted shades at $2.25 and
$2.95. n X -
Novelty Hose in the new combinations of colors at $1.95.
Children's Hose in Silk, Wool and Cotton at 45c to $1.50.
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Don't miss seeing our Window Display
, You can always do better at
irs Hvx1gooi1gocs fc- First
Who Always Do Better By You
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THE OLDEST CHRISTIAN NA TION
Will perish unless Help Comes from
THE NEAR EAST RELIEF has rescued many thousands
Shall we let thi ; Great Work Stop
Help a Little Now
This is the crucial Time.
Mail your check to A. J. Stillman, Sec'y. The Near East
Relief , Ass' n. Box 362. Salem, Or.
Make Checks Payable to Joseph Albert Capital Nat. Bank