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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1920)
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
WEDNESDAY, AF1UL 7, io;
To Scouts; Big
" - i., thn ,..'v if u ji
be one of ih moai fi f-ie vk'
enjoyable h"!J thU year in Salem, j , .., mv-j
st-d fit -----
ihe amironnauon or wr nu:
could not be used with any
success A two putoon
The Art s-m orehrsir.i. curap
MrM-I.U p.tm ..... m - - rfrtmeic I1U
The drill cirls tean.e -unnameu K.'"
ing th? ever
lately in preparation fur the dance i By J- A. Mays. Tost, covering the;
probably will stage several drill fetes! appropriation of water from Mora?-.
The dance Is beiug given to rai-j heaven creek Cor the irrigation of
funds for the purchase of uniform? acres In Crook county. ,
i.... ... r tuc M... . j j;y jjeruen n- .a." .
uanu ui . , tlhfti tha uniforms have , Mj.. iIm n..nr.ii,r:lion- ol
ielh-wsmp first of any orsanaauon u-. uml tm5 !JCiU alembly ol ! , from unnamed springs for ir j
the city the Salem lodge of hlki ! have. ih wj!J Journey xa Eugene am, f s acres !n Hood River i
iiw4 their arms to the Bov Scouta .i,.,in, s
....!... Ullh (mo lito brother aoiru .. .. county.
i before otner assemuues.
Ine saiem n.i ks nave ucivrnniieu iw
for such pui poses.
The R-34 is 640 feet lung and was
expeeted to have a cruising radius of
nearly 5.000 miles
ner.t if being oo.'
..s:cm the deprt- frttHHtt
Jved at A-ton.i. i f
Extending the proverbial
The Okanagon Lavestcrk asscciati n
has voted a reward of 500 to the
widow of George P.. Snyder, complain
ing wtlness in the trial and coriviatiou
of John FUjJir.ski for iaitie stealing.
There is no "cure
but relief is ct'tea (: - A t
brought by- t" ,
tha Scouu through, and with a big J-H
trether meeting In the armory the(
night of April 2. that ahali mark the
viruial coronation of the scout move
ment in this city, tha -ouH and men
bera of the antiered herd shall the.c
nfter "pull together."
Bounding the spirit, at the meetlni;
ef the committee last night in the Klks
club, better, perhaps, than any ether.
Exalted Ruler K. A. Kurtx said:
"The Elks ar wildly American: al
war have been and always shall be.
The Boy Scouts of America are sworn
to the sam creed. Therefor w are
brothers, , and we'r going to act &s
' Public b InvUrd. '
The meeting set fur April It, a( 8
'clock, is open to the public, and ev
ery cltiien of Salem la Invited to at
tend. Arrangemeuta have long been
discussed whereby tha Elka were to act
aa big brothers to the Scouta, but t ut
to the Influenxa epidemic and other
handicaps. It has been impractical to
hold the meeting earlier.
Every Scout In Salem la looking for
ward to this night. Thrilled with the
thought that the Elks are actually In
te rested In them and their problems,
they are planning every conceivable
form of entertainment, and those who
attend are assured an evening of live
Jy and interesting recreation.
Especially for th Scouta tha Elks
nave aranged to have tha Kcnut motion
picture film "The Sijuure Table" to ex
hi bit at this meeting. The big broth
era have sent all the way to Chicago
for It, beouuse they believe that the
Mcouta will be pleased to see it.
The Elks orchestra will be there.
The evonlng shall not want for music.
Tha big brothers are now working on
other forms of entertainment both for
the Bcouta und numerous citizens that
are expected to atleml.
Waller Denton, Scout commissioner,
will make a brief talk on "Hcoutlntj":
George Hulvornen will tell how he siw
tha Soouta work during tha war In
England, Franca and Belgium; and
Fred Erixson and Exalted Ruler Kuril
will make short narrations. .
The Elka com m ft tee that met la,
night, dedicated to the task of making
H ararngementa for the Kika to par
ticipate a big brothers in the suo'it
movement In Hal cm. was: Fred Kri.v
aon, E, A. Hurts and (leorgo Hulvor.
aen. Several other mem hem of the
committee are arranging events for th
evening, but were not on hand at the
meeting last night. '
Rv'Albert L. Oklhajn of oPst, cov
ering the appropriation o water fro.n
unnamed springs for stock watering
'purposes In Crook county.
John H. Seavey of Springfield. Lane By Chas. Bilyeu of Enterprise, cov-
... - .. .... L ... ,n.i.,inn nf v.tbr frol
county, has tiled application wj.n ering ine apiii --- --
Hurricane creea lor irrigauuu v
acres In Wallowa county.
By Chas. W. Valentine of Heppner.
covering the appropriation of water
from Willow creek for irrigation of
Percy A. Cupper, state engineer for
permission to appropriate water froir
the Middle Fork of the Willamette
river for the irrigation of 28 acres
Other applications for water rights; 24 acres in Morrow county.
have been filed with the atate engin
eer as follows:
By T. T. Shell of Wallowa, covering
the appropriation of water from Mc
Donald and Shell creeks, for the irr -
gatlon of t acres In Wallowa county.
By John McDonald of Wallowa
covering the appropriation of wat'-r
from McDonald and Shell creeks for
the Irrigation of S acres in Wallowa
By J. C. Fraker of Portland, cover
ing the appropriation of water from
a spring, tributary of Rogue river, for
domesti cand stock use. In Jackson
By John Graham of Wallowa, cov
ering the appropriation of water
from Spring Creek for the Irrigation
Famous R-34 Is
Pulham, Eng., April 7. The dlrlg-j
ible airship, R-34, tfhich crossed the
Atlantic Ocean to America, already is
declared to be an obsolete type, al-t
though she was not completed untill
after the war had endia). It is an
nounced .that this trana-Atlaatlc dir-j
lgible, her sister ship, the R-33, andj
the R-32 ar to be used hereafter
only for experimental purpose. Thei
Globe says that reports that they may
be used for commerce or passenger
carrying are untrue and. that they
How Much Tobacco
Will My Heart Stand
A Question Vital to Every Man Who Smokes or Chews
It May font a I'rvclou Mfc to Find
Out by KxerliiH-iit
'Artisan Dance To
Be Held In Armory
f Here This Evening
The artisan drill girla team dance,
for which many ticket have-been sold
liy the lodge member and other In
terested, will b held at the armory
tonight. Oeorgeous decorations have
been made around the hall, and the
The heart of every user of tobacco
bears a double burden. It does its al
lotted tank and then tights nicotine
for supremacy. A long as the heart
wins he lives; when it loses he tlle,
hut before the final victory ut nico
tine you pass through many stages
of decline and decay and suffer many
pangs. Hearts are like human beings
some are slronger than others,
therefore some hearts will stunt!
more tobacco than others, but there
Is a limit to what any heart can stand
The man who puts this additional
strain on his heart a dozen times a
day by smoking cigarettes, a pipe or
cigars or chewing tobacco la taking
a madman's chance with health and
life to lose and nothing to win out
the chance that he may not lose them
He Is Indulging In a costly habit at
the expense of precious health. Ank
any doctor anywhere, and he will tell
you that using tobacco Is lnJur!oi'
and that It Is far better to quit the
habit than t experiment to find how
much tobacco your heart will stand
without serious results.
But the thought of quitting Is un
pleasant to most men even to thos1!
who know that tobacco Injures them
and ta really quit takes more will
Nicotol tablets and taking them as
directed. The habit really quits you
and Its departure is a pleasure equal
to Its indulgence.
If you want to know how much
easier it is to quit the habit with Ni
cotol than without it, go twenty four
hours without tobacco and note what
an effort it is to you then begin tak
ing it as usual and take Nicotol tab
lets. At the end of a week discontinue
smoking or chewing for a day and it
Is probable you will have no desire
resume. At least your desire will b.
greatly diminished and another week
or two should make It not only po--sllile,
but a pleasure, to quit.
NOTE: Dr. Connor, formerly of
Johns Hopkins hospital, under who.e
advice Nicotol has often been used,
said when this statement was shown
to him: "1 have known Nicotol to con
quer the tobacco habit in less than
ten days' time nnd I can thereforj
recommend it highly." When the dot
tor's statement was shown to one of
our leading druggists he said; "Nico
tol Is truly a wonderful remedy fjr
the tobacco habit, way ahead of any
thing we have ever sold before. We
are authorised by the manufactur
ers to refund the money to every dis
satisfied customer and we would not
permit the use of our name unless tha
remedy possessed unusual merit
power than they have and -eauseef-Nleotnt Is "sold hv this eityinder nn
more suffering than they can volun
tarlly endure. To quit the habit
make It easy for yourself by getting
Iron clad money back guarantee by al!
up to date druggists, including D. J
X KXlncK BLEND is RAND 4
.TOffi'WMiiit 1 nim mi 1 ,in II Will MWilriiwWi mf
Always Uniform r No Variation
Once a housewife gives BLKND FLOUR a
trial, she continue to use it. Due to the great care we
flis'!iv in selecting the -wheats and 'our scientific milling
IU.KNM) FLOUR is always uniform in quality.
fhf're is no variation.
While ULEXD may cost a few cents more
per sack than most other flours IT COSTS LKSS I'EK
LOAF because ii j"v: nu rc an-l lanjer loaves of bcitcr
Being a scientific combina'itm of choicest pastern h'aro
Wheat and the choicest of Western Wheats JU
DLl'-ND is a perfect flour for every purpose, as
for cake and pastry as for bread.
Manufactured in "America' Finrr Pl.i.rinrr Mill.'
- -' - - ' luiua vy
Fisher's -Flouring Mills Company
StatUa Bellingham ' t
Portlaiid ' asy"" "S.ani
Tacom Mt. Vernon ' J&r, '-"-'i --a'Vj
Then, of Course, You Have a
We have them here of every kind and description.
The large bone buttons so smart for sports ap
parel; small pearl buttons for dainty waists and
ginghams; in fact, the buttons you want.
Also a large supply of other sewing room needs
such as pins, needles, belting, dress shields, thim
bles, tapes, taffeta binding ribbon, sewing silk,
spool cotton and every other imaginable need.
We Exist for Your Benefit
1. (&. Iftplnj QIa
Quality Merchandise Popular Prices
145t Liberty Street
Of this department i
the' magnitude of t
which has been the X
pride of this store for t
many years, we now
chronicle the last
page. It's simply this:
Your choice of all re
maining Silks at, yd.
Such well known silks as Pine Tree, Corticelli, Skinners, t
and Bramsons, all 36 inches wide.
Taffetas: ' 'Wtlf
The real spring-time silk' in taupe"; biscuit, steel, pearL
and other shades of grey.
Excellent qualities in white, tan, apricot and emerald. I
None better, colors are wild rose, pearl grey, claret,
shell, pink, and Kelly green.
Plaids: , '
There is still a good assortment of these, especially'
good for skirts and misses' dresses.
, Retiring from Business
-TjT gives us a good deal of pleas
1 1 ure to announce that we have
A been appointed distributors
5 for Horse-Shoe tires and tubes
in this district.
We realise that we could only
expect continued tire patronage
V as long as the tires we sold made
.good. Consequently we were very
j careful in making our selection".
States, Municipalities and many
1 of the world's largest corporations
S are today using Horse-Shoe tires.
Exhaustive tests proved the supe
rior quality so thoroughly that
some of them specified that Horse
Shoe tires be used exclusively.
So good has this make of tire
proven hat the demand has
increased nearly sixty-fold in the
last six years.
Horse-Shoe products are of
exceptional quality, yet when
figured by Corporations on cost
per mile basis they proved, them
selves by far the cheaper tire.
We would appreciate an oppor
tunity to show, as well as tell
you, of their merit..
GRUCHON & SON
1825 State Street