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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1920)
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
hcphcrd Withdraws But Three Still
Seek Oicjuu Voters' Approvai For
Nomination For Vice-Presidency
Cce.-ge Shepherd of Portland, who . .
liiid as a candidate for th n-publlcan ? h lltr fnm fin n i
Kominatlon fnr Vice prwldent of the lXUUU' OmpUny
tailed Rates yesterday momlnjr. I . Clrl Tlfrf Prmit
withdrew his nams lata vrxtorriav af- ''' i Mil,
ternuon. At that there ara three vice-,
prexidtntuil aspirants on the rtpub-j
cn uanoi in uregon, namely Kiwood The Western Eublx-r comnnnv nf
To Operate Here
: XV m. Grant
Tacoma, Want, capitalized at 15,0(10,
named as attorney In
fact for this itate.
Washington, of Indiana
Webster of New York
O 'i.,i,wttl has been granted permission to op
Oregon republicans will also be re- erate In Oregon. Alfred A. liampsen
iu.. . oeiween five presi- 0f Portland is
nenuai aspirants: mrara w. Johnson,
Herbert C. Hoover. Frank O- Lowden.
Leonard Wood and Miles Polndtxter. Articles of Incorporation were filed
On the democratic ticket the sclec- Friday as follows:
nuns are ereauy sjmpuried inasmuch vtooaiaw investment company,
as mere is only one candidate for Tortland, 1200,000; tl. T. Woodlaw, M
jre!iiienuai nonors. w Illiara Clibbs Kelly, O. XV. Holcomb.
sicauoo of r.t-w lorlc, and but one as- Columbia River Log Scaling & Grnd
H ins ninmnj mate. William lag bureau, Portland, no capital stock
i. "unn or rortiand who filed dur- J. 8. OGorman. Kuswll Hawkins, H
V. "" ruiay. ine c. Clair, Watson Eastman, J. A.
i i ,a . V .. Prom-ly. P. J. Uria, E. 8. Collins.
Tn,", h7,.,. crtlf1 ffd Albatross
iomewhat enlivened yesterday also by urnltre company of Portland
the IIm of Albert Abraham p J? I "how n lnereas0 ln WlUU stock
burs- as an .lnr.ni h hn. - .,7. "om 1100,000 to $150,000.
race for the republican nomination Re'1u"on ot dissolution were filed
wrainbt Robert N. Stanfleld of Port. b th Sutherlin Light & Power com-
( land. i pany of Sutherlin, Or., and the Coluuv
Another closing day surprise was bl!l Rlvr LoR Scaling & Grading bu
sprung by William D. Bennett of Port- rtttt of Portland.
;ana, wno rilea as a candidate for
public service commissioner from tho
western district on. the democratic
Henry J. Schulderman of Portland,
added his name to the list tof repub
licans aspiring to the office of sec
rotary of state.' Frldav nfi.rann
bringing the total lip to seven with no
democratic aspirants filing for the po-
, Kmery Charles Dyo of Oregon City
who regaled the Oregon senate wllh
a lengthy dissertation during the innd
dosing hours of the special session
last January . was the last candidate
to enter his name for a place on the.
primary ballot. After wrestling with
a platform most of the day undecld
d as to Just what political plum he
ivould most enjoy plucking he deeld-
"i upon mat of delegate from
into at inrge
Jos. J. Blcwart of Curvallls, bent
the closing time y fifteen minutes In
filing as a candidate for delegate from
the state at large to the republican
Country Club To
Feast On Sunday
Although It had been planned as a
i Blossom day event, and club mem
bcrs had been Invited to bring out of
town visitors ns guests, the Johnnie
Jones dinner arranged for next Sunday
at the Illlhec country club, will be
held, notwithstanding the fact that
Blosfom day lias been postponed a
week because of the weather.
The event Is udvertlsed as "a big day
at the golf links" and preparations are
being made with the high hand tnst
characterises tilings sponsored by the
the Pnlllltrv clnh A phfil-im r.9 1R nan.
to the democrat!. nu.,..in m i. .
tlonnl ninv.nii..n . . " ",uue "" " presi.ient.
Just as the clock HZtT' T,"' '
night, marking the official close of-m'l,l "U"y the plB; f ""or at
filing time oniciai close of thn ncn,, ,)f Ul0 tltHt UMe
K possible. . members ur urged to
ihone their Intentions to attend to any
member of tint house committee, com-!
posed of W, M. Plimpton, M. Mey
ers and John J, Roberta. ' ' ''
l'ho ineim for the dinner, one' of
.lohnnlp Jones' best, follows:
Johnnie Join's Celebrated linked Hum
( Brown Potatoes Juicy Huin Gravy
'llend l-ettuce with 100 Island Pressing
lui) Cream and Caku
Alaska Here; Is
To Speak Tonight
'top was d-mo:i.hei
Tbe accident occurred when Mr.
dimming turned west on State street
Tiuiu 1-..U and .Mr. Sohusterwitz was
goini; west on State street. He did
not see Mr. Camming; enter State with
his auto and he made a sharp turn to
ihe right to avoid striking him, turn
ing the car completely over. Jlr.
!?huslerwiu escaped without injury. -
' btocKings Come Down,
newspaper. We know it.
'" headlines a
Why not try
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
GRAND So Mon., Apr. 19:
ONE SOLID TEAR I.N NEW TORK SIX MONTHS IN
CHICAGO FOUR MONTHS IN BOSTON
Main Floor 12.00 SEATS
lialcony $1.50, $1.09 ON SALE
Gallery, 60c TOUAT
mack-lock Lewis, the
rnm Alaska, arrived In
nuiiy. He showed
Idiles and his
by hlmeelf and delivered his Interest
lng talk on Alaska to a packed house
t the Liberty school on Friday even.
was broken and the
In an attempt to avUd 'collision with
an auto driven by W. A. Cummlng,
IftRll (Ink ulnml Inut !..!., .... .......
This evening, under the auspices nf driven by H. Bchu'sterwlta, overturned.
Ail. A. OF Nlilim ku ...in 11... n.l...lul.l..i.i
1iU on the same program for tho boys
training school, lie ,.. v...... WMaBa
thargo of Ihs service at that lnstltu
lion on Humbiy morning.
Hun.lay evening, the people of 8)llcm
ll have an opportunity of seeing the
Picture and hearing the address at
th. Leslie M. E. church t 7: so p ,,,
I , ??. " v,ee"", al 7:30 will be
buddies" night at the V. M c A
J0 Invitations have bee,, sent' out to
the boys members to be pesent Mon
lay evening and each boy will have a
held In tho "y Rym wher, 11
uoeommodaUons will b9 arranged for
1,1 CrWU' will show
(..9 llltf.fT.HI I1IDT fftllr
1 Axmlnstcr rug, lGxlg, like new
1 Axmlnster rug, 12x12, like new
2 Axmlnster rugs, 9x9, like, new
1 Mahogany lounge, like n?v -
1 large Hrnlge Iieoch heater,
block aud aipe
1 small huat.sr, L'ock a td pipe.
1 oak sowing rocker
1 oak arm jht'r.
1 oak arm chair, leather uphol
stered 1 combination oak book case
and writing desk
1 spring rocker
1 oak side board
1 oak extension table
1 oak hall glass
1 oak stand table
1 oil heater
1 Globe kitchen cabinet
1 croconole board
2 book racks
1 Organ stool v
1 large oak dresser, large mirror
1 single bed spring and mat
tress 1 4-hnle gas range, like new
1 4-hole gasoline stove.
3 odd diners, hoes, pruners,' gar
den cultivators, axe, buck saw,
child's rocker 1 , small heater,
pump head new, curtain stretch
ers, trunks, chicken wire, lady's
bicycle, 11 volumns "Presiden
tial Works'' . and ether books
and many other things.
Be ON Time-Thursday Apr 22, 1:30 p.nt
Geo. Martin, Owner F.N.WOODRY.
1032 N. ICth Street THE AUCTIONEER,
... . Phone 510 or 511
"WoodryBuys and Sells Everything1'
Petitions To Be
' Heard At Court-
: House, April 20
., " Piesentnnve class of prom,.,.,
"nolad in .he lis, ,7,: t
n. a. llojrer Sa.urday morning Ma
Hon county residents of U,n
?e """-X more Iritrllat .
Citizenship 8hlC0 8tnt0 :
ci ol law. wk. t ImposHlble for any
lerso ,0 vote ,, , ,
hip paper l addition to this J,!u"e
Jln-ro are also many VWnm who have
Z V?" s,'niya sho.
line and are complying wl'h be
laws a. tnHHy a, ,h HtlutPi
Naturalisation petitions of the f -
&Bfrm. U h"H,,l! A,,,,"' c" "K
l hillp Carston Htrange. Thomas Spen-
r Watts, an of whom were b .r, In
KB and; Anders Peter Pe.erson ,
ark: George lialod. Russia: Alex
Kdwurd Robertson, Hwedcu; Herman
H. Kuensi. flwltrlnnd: August
J-on Haucier, Nathan,,., Wernard Tru'
Canada. Consideration will ,,'
U given to the com,, petl.i n" f
Mernhard lllt.Ier. Fred William Ho-
mn and Wl.llan, Henry Homn.'ll
of whom were born In Oermr - v I
These petitions will be hen '4
ounty court houxe Tuesday, April Si 1
durlnn Ihn A....II .... . ' "'r" ,
To Give A Dance
Plans are under way fr the largest
A...er.,Hn legion dance of the sea.,,
nerordlug tu announeemei.l. ,lm,U,
today. The affair wi M p,oe ,
the armory next Friday night. April
As usual there will be special mus.
le ftml a commercial dworato win
probably be eug:iged to take charge
of the dei-oratlons. Committees have
been appointed to take care of the
various phases of entertainment, and
vry effort ls being put for "n
make the dan.-e a phenomenal suc
mi-TD i I til
.! .'' I II I I a :.! - l
: -t .a-'' "
At this time when.
Are so high, and are such a great factor in
evpry one's expense account. It is indeed
fortunate for Salem that one" of the 297
J. C. Penney Co., stores is located here.
For every member of the family in a great range ofstyl
tcnals and prices. You should not fail to come and look over
our new stock if interested in making
Your Money Go the Farthest Possible
As in everything else our
Offers unusual values for you. We here call your attention to
The railroad block sysiem does not
to remove, blockheads from tne
Talm Olive soap, 3 for
Palm Olive Talcum
Palm Olive Shaving Cream
Palm Olive Cold Cream
Shoe Polish Cream
just a few items
Household Furniture Thursday, April
221:30 p. m.1032 N. 16th St. corner D
Having sold my home, I will sell the following to the
Will Be Pirf Of
Hong Kong. Sixteen aviitoa .aivd
mechanicians, mostly Americans haf:
arrived here and 11 American -air
planes are on th;lr way from New
York to the .Orient to establish the
first commercial aviation enterprise In
! China. It is announced that this aerial
'service will connect Hong Kong. Can
j ton and the Portuguese colony of Ma
j cao. Lter, it is stated, the company has
! plans to extend its activities to Manila
and Tokio, touching at centers on the
The airplanes to be used in this sor
vice are understood to have been built j
originally for the United States navy
nd equipped with Liberty motors but
have been remodeled and are said here
to be capable of making continuous
flights of 650 miles carrying 11 pass
engers. Walter Bonner, a veteran of
the United States Naval Klying corps,
is to be general superintendent of the
new company which has been financed
through the efforts of C. B. W. Ricau.
a Macao capitalist.
.fti):er. 'ourr.eye-1 to Mt.
day to attend to business matters
J that college town.
Lloyd T. Rigdon of the firm of
Rigdon & Son, undertakers here, and
Incidentally candidate . for county
SKINNER & WHITE
nn YOU LABOR AGENCY
W I N T 33 N. 2a St, Portlaad
U f , pa Wt fan tsh snopth Pan Hda,
(" ' Mllko. Wos Cotter Mia,
ae Htcb Help.
Phone Broadway 3205
Ve have completed
rangements whereby we
will be able to give you all
baseball dope from inning
If you can't
122 N. Com'l. Street
SATUauY, APRIL 17
Special Spring prt'(
30x3 S Non-Skid
32x3 i Non-Skid
Won Skid ,
34x4 . Non-Skid .....
30x3 m Non-Sid..
34x4 Non-Skid ,
.. 43.00 .
JOURNAL WANT AD3 PAT
MALCOM JIRE CO.
C-J'mmerclal and Court Sts.
Be sura and see 'us before you huy
Shoe Laces .....tZ to
BUYS and SflLS
279 S. Oiiumorclal St.
11 I H tfJ ksF
1 iPimii i
Jap Rose Soap ..;
rure white laundry soap ...
2-in-l shoe polish
Colgate's Tooth Taste
Colgate's Bath Soap
Colgate's Shaving Cream ....
.Vasaline, large size
As '.to-Market Conditions
. We have saved our customers thousands of dollars by anticipating the market and
buying ahead of the gradual increasing prices. During this time we have advised our
customers to buy shoes ahead to avoid paying a higher price and they have done so
making large savings in each instance. Now we feel that the peak of the market has
been reached and we are going tq suggest that our customers and friends only buy for
their immediate needs, wearing the shoes they have and having them repaired.
There will be no immediate reduction of any great importance, but will be a grad
ual decline for the next four or five years. We are also going to warn our customers
against worthless shoes that are being placed on the market at this time at slightly
reduced prices. All buyers of shoes shouli. demand a positive guarantee on every pair
they buy to protect themselves against the e WILD CAT makes. -
We are only buying shoes from factories that absolutely stand behind every pair
of shoes thy make and that we have proved through years of selling experience.
Y-f jau. It t 34-fia. as staa. JT-ts' T . r 55' 7". ." ..-O. U.r , A V sa '
Meet tier Bistoo's
. 9m f
And choose from our large stock, your Spring Stetson
or Mallory Hat.
You can depend upon us to fit you with the most becom
ing shape and shade. We know how to do it and w& have
the assortment to do it with. You can depend upon either a
Mallory and Stetson Hat
To 'give you the best service obtainable in ha ts
YOU DO NOT TAKE A CHANCE TO LOSE IF YOU PURCHASE HERE
Salem Woolen Mills Store
C P. BISHOP. PROP. -
x EVERY FAMILY IN MARION AND POLK COUNTIES A PATRON