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APRIL 28, 1920.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
I All AE4ftflFl3 VMlICii
Mil pi uyiiu a uwu
Martin Doerfler, of Silverton, was a'
business visitor in Salem Mondav )
. ""mercial club, 19
May 5-Benofit Dance. Cm
tf.y.3I, Declamatory con.
T county m.
"JTst-Elta Scout night.
Spring." opera houw.
wng 0 n.in-mpn'i eonven-
louri House News
Word hag been received in Salom
that John M. Walker, for many years
! employe of the Wells Fargo com
iPany her, and later assoeiatel wiih
All good shows at the Oregon this 'the local offices of the Standard Oil
Arthur C Foster, resident ot Clyde,!
North Dakota. nter of non-pa rtisnn
Mrs.' F. Von Eschen will entertain !cnUy in charge of the Standard ! i," - " .-l,;--' ,
la: i company, is seriously H in a sanitar
ium ta Portland. Mr. Walker has re
Foster To Talk
fbles" simply refuse to bubble,
mai is au mere w to u vnner Be removed or
j Attorney-Macy has nsked the Jour- good order at once.
rral to make thisut!e appeal in or-
f entfTtP Tnn t rrhi aer te awake the city fathers (or who
and.ntent for Salem and tha? H hotrW j of State and Commercial streets ana
vnner be removed or put into , especially the "'Limp ro?t can near
i Smith's clear store. According to com
Merchants and business men in the Plalnu received, paper and waste
downtown, district !ave also reaistered 1 thrown rnto this container Is very
ever is to blame) to the fact that the! several complaints concerning the tsar!1' 'ared out. except by proper-
ffountless fountain is a bad advertise- j bage containers at the intersection
the mother'a class of the First Meth
odist Sunday school at her home,
177S Court street, Tuesday afternoon.
Oil station in Independence.
The first general recital of the pub
lic speaking depart&ent of Willam
ette university will be given as the
third number ofvthe Willamette ly
ceum course Tuesday night at 8 p. ta.
Short numbers will be given by vari
ous members of the Department. The
arieiy mus gained should mke the
j R. KWon, estate. Semi-annual
T,. A. Kinj-on
estate. Order ap-
Kufner. estate. Order ap-
final report, distrJbntlng en-
Don', forget Wed. and Thurs. nights
are WurliUer nights with Hawley in
concert. - 100
There wil-lbe a joint meeting of
the University of Oregon and Oregon
Agricultural college alumni associa- program one or the r-.ost enjoyable
tions of Marion county in the aduitor- of the series. Musical numbers will
ium of the public library at 7:30 also be featured. The students taking
o'clock Thursday evening. 1 part in this number as in- the" others
" . . have been coach-d' by Professor Or-
Thls weeks Drapery Special full ville Crowder-Miller.
line Boston Scrims, all colors, regular t, - - .
(5c, 35o yard. Hamilton's. 100 I
S o clock in the auditorium. of the
Commercial club. Senator Walter
Pierce of eastern Oregon will- also
talk..' - . - .
Mr. Foster, perhaps better acquaint
ed with the political and economical
time of the non-partisan league, will
bare the plans of the organization and i
tell of the proaimity of the wave of
disruption that be league represents to
this country. Mr. Pierce will also base
his talk on the pending peril that eon
fronts Oregon.' -
' HOME or THE YICTROIA -
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
. AT THB
Hi. North Commercial '.
ty .owners themselves.
After May 1st will be known
as trie pay as you go store.
Called By Death
After serving for four vears in the
Unitel States navy, Oliver Michaels
According to word received by n of Mr. and "Mrs. Andrew Michaels,
local post office officials, there are 1445 Saginaw street, has returned to
three pieces of counterfeit currency k's home In Salem. He is accompan-
iu anuu, uiiu pcupie are warned reu oy nis wue, a Nw York eirl Whom asa . r ,mii,.
to. be on the lookout for them. One he met while on duty in that state. .. ao,. th. , .. v
1 tin , lr.1 i - ii. ,;, .-, , . . . r- " ". i.iniu njiinnw
a T. u,. ... l oimai ncsruve au, iuicnaeis maae lour trans-Atlan-
8BSgaB88B8eSSS Meet Me 'at Mlllefs BBaS8KB88B
Mrs. Harrie M. Talmadge, 51, wife
of D. H. Talmadge, 17S7 State street,
? Z 1 oo'le. estate. Citation - "
Cc Stevens, estate. Inventory j
Mrirs- -' "
Con A Bartell. 40 of Cottage
n,e hotel proprietor to Mrs. L
it RouEh. 35. of Salem.
Art "V. Burhsler. 81. of Wood
Ji t . farmer to Hedwid Wellirtan,
I, of Silverton. - ,. - -
' daily Statistics. -
OLIVER John Lansing Oliver, 1,
,t his farm, Polk county Sunday
sight. Funaral under direction Rig
don & Son not yet arranged.
TAUHDGE Harriet M. Talmadge,
p. at f- niilv residence 1787 State
rtreet, Sunday night. Funeral under
direction Rigdon & Son Tuesday
1:30 p. m. Burial City View ceme-
HPEJJ-At a local hospital April 25,
Jasper Sipes at the age of 80 years.
h. mat a resident of West Stayton
ind is survived by his sister Mrs. Ma
ria Collins, two nieces, Mrs. Ida Bun
tell Mis. Marie Gantenbein. four
wphews, Fay Collins, C. G. Bunnell,
Junes Bunnell of Salem, and B. C.
Collin of Portland. Funeral services
will be from the Terwilliger home,
Tuesday at 10:30 a. m. Rev. Elvin of
ficiating, and burial will be 'in City
View. ' ' ,
BEWLEY At a local hospital April
25, 1920, Theophilus R. .Bewley at
the age of 86 years. ' " I
He was a former resident of the-'
Oregon state soldiers home at Rose
urg. Remains in care of Terwilliger
home and funeral announcement will
he made later. -C0WRSE
Charles Cowrse, 88, ten
miles east of Salem, at 1:30 a. m.
Sunday. Funeral under direction of
Webb & CIoukIi ut 1 p. m. Tuesday
, at the family home. Burial Warren
.. t .kqnal f t Vl I' ; . J. . a.
Bank of New York. It has a picture tic trips on the U. S. S. Huntington i- jo p m T esdav with bur-
of President Jackson on its face. The; and was for nine months on the V.-RvlClly ymn
- , ' - " otn r ,n r mw ill nruuv -.- .
Grant. All three have the forged sig
natures of Carter Glass and John
Burke, and have pen and ink marks
instead of silk thread.
is survived by one son, David, and one
daughter, Mary,' both of this city.
Fancy Selma cloths, full line col
ors, regular $1, 73c yard. HamiUonss
. ' ' 100
The funeral for Rev. J. T. Coow, j
who died in Woodburn Friday, will T O
be held at the Free Methodist church, (jTaM FriCCS oOflT
Winter and Market streets, at 1:30 p.
m. Tuesday. Burial .will be in Lee Mis
isicn cemetery, under the direction of
Webb & Clough.
Goes To Normal
Chicago, April 26. Extraordinary
jmo ..nm.. a hhipi orps aici Report of a machine making
ouLiriv iiitt, ittK. wtfK ht Tnn nnnio rT . A n . ... . . .
Mrs. N. C Kafoury. 940 Union stree '; a sp ke Hmp or Tone of" th arinS ' n,arkt',
The regular social meeting was held! ILL ,T."m? " ,.on" of the today was accompanied by a renewal
at the close of which delicious
freshments were served by Mrs.
j nrnrrio, y A 8 IllfLUC IU UUUUK UY Uer-
re- ,, i,u,..i . '
"""o win, uncviru Liie huui tins stuien gcft
Ada Smith, Mrs.
Miss Mary Shane.
Mary Entress and
o report of a stolen auto was made,
so the police could not learn wheth
er the machine was stolen.
This week's Drapery Special full
line Boston Scrims, all colors, regular
65c, 35c yard. Hamilton's. 100
Charles Clarke, of the Stayton Mail,
was in Salem Saturday on business.
The fender on an auto owned by E.
E. Xavaleur, a local second- hand
delaer, was damaged when the ma
chine was struck this morning by a
truck owned by the Oregon State
Hospital. The accident occurred afr
of. speculative purchasing on a. large
Rye led the way with a steep
rise of 10 cents a bushel. Corn fol
lowed with an ascent of 5 cents or
more for all deliveries.
' ' Big export business? of late in
An unknown man entered her place" breadstuffs formed the basis of much
Saturday afternoon, stole a purse con- 0f the buying and so too did contln
tainihg $7 and fled into the thicket ued unseasoned weather making farm
east of her home, according to a work 80 difficult as to be an evident
statement made to police by Mrs. A.',menSce t0 Production
Zimmerman, residing on the Pacific
Highway near Hayesville. Mrs. Zim-1 ... . , ,
merman said that neighbors saw the WaterleSS t OUUtain
ieuow run atter ne left the house,
but they could not get an accurate
description of him.
streets. Report of the
made to police by Mr. Lavaleur.
Declaring that he overheard three
. bovs nlnttlntr tn steal fin nutn Woltai
oi oiaio- aao "QjBuckner called police Saturday night,
Riles Thirsty Ones
In business Section
' .!..!-....! -1 ? yes year read-
accident was'fy,, an effort was made to frustrate er the foregoing Is .Intended to repre-
George Hartness, official photo
grapher for the Oregon, Washington,
Idaho Airplane company was a Salem
visitor, Sunday Mr. Hratness made
a tour of the blossom fields by plane,
making several exposures of the
me jod . irarric urncer Alotntt an- gent culphuric remarks and fervent
swered the call but was unable to i ,. . "- , , ....
I t ( acumtiuiis jjer-rmys noi auuiuiy ex
pressed.) The cause of the furore Is
find any trace of the conspirators.
"She Is my youngest passpnger"
said Captain Walter E. Lees, Sunday
In referring to Orma Empey, three-
Theft o fa Bal rof gloves and a 'uunu al lne oorner 01 "oey "
crevice book from hin auto as it stood State 8treet and ,s the tounUin (?)
parked on Court street, between 13th naUy Placed there by the wn
and 14th, was made to police Satur- er" of the McGilchrist building.
day night, by L, Aldrich. f Attorney Bert Macy hAs been
. receiving complaint and couifter-com-
Boys stealing stray baseballs' from Pla1t concerning the dearth of wat
Oxford park wljl be dealt with severe- er at this city institution. While the
ly, Chief of Police Welsh said today fountain was installed by owners of
Dr. Chalmer Lee George,
114 Masonic bldg.
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. in discussing the theft Sunday of sev- the property. It was dedicated to the
O, Empey, 687 north Front street, eral balls that came over the fence city in an agreement whereby it was
With her parents, the wee miss salledjdurijig th game. Chief Welsh went to be maintained by the municipality.
on the good ship "Sea Gull" and j to the par kand caught boys who had Mr. Macy is at a1oss, to just what
three of the balls in their possession, department of the city's government
He responsible for the present neglect-
led condition of the thirst quencher.
1, Many times each day thirsty indi
viduals pause at the fountain and
intake vain efforts' to "pump'"' water
from the drinking bubbles. The "bub-
while she protested strcnuousjy upon
embarking on the hydroplane, the
tears had vanished upon the return
of the plane to terra firma. "A nice
boat-wide" Orma stated. '
According to word received In Sa
lem TlavM K Sniire-pfin, fnrmpvlv nf
Prof. C. I. Lewis, In charge of or-.'thls dle(J at tne home 0 his
ganizatlon for the Oregon Growers daUBhteri Mrs. Hattie Montgomery, in
Co-Operatiye Association, left this KanBag City Kansas, April 1. Mr.
city this afternoon for CorvalliB where s,)urgeon was for a number of years
he will attend to business connected B rortont n,n mnklntr hl
home on his fruit farm a few miles
west of Salem. He was well known in
the city and held In high esteem by
his neighbors and business acquain
It hhis office. Prof. Lewis will re
turn to Salem tomorrow. .
Wednesday night, dancing, singing
ad "Revelation" music, Moose hall.
Barley C. Pugh. ; 100
Baby chicks, 558 State. Phone 400.
Meeting Is Set
For This Evening
Those Interested in the religious
education of children are asked to
meet with representatives of the
Salem Sunday schools this evening,
Monday, at 8 o'.clock in the auidtor
ium of the public library.
Rev. John W. Hoyt who is the state
superintendent of the International
Association of Dally Vacation Bible
Schools .will demonstrate handwork
drills, stories and generally outline
the model school. The purpose of the
school as expressed by its literature
The pay as. you go store
After May 1st
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all our
neighbors and friends for their kind i is to "use Idle churches and Idle stu-
Fancy Selma cloths, full line col-! 7""? an" ""e,al,on, 10 111 "lle
rt, regular $1. 73c yard. HamiUonss t?' 7 w H f' "
' 1nft, Martha Walty. A. Walty and fami-
iy. 1UU OKJKjniXALi AOS rA X
MADE TO ORDER TO FIT
C.S. Hamilton "
340 Court Street
Chester 0. Murphy, state cam
Wlgn manaeer for -Hoover, was a
tainess visitor in this city today from
CARD OF THANKS
We the undersigned wish to ex
press our appretiation for the words
f comfort and cheer from our many
Wends. Also the !ovely flowers. In
wr time of great uereavement for
m wife and mother. A. Walty. Will
Krebs, Dave Krebs, John Krebs,- Gol
4ie Rooney, Annie LaFore. 100
Medicine and Tea Co.
"edicine which win curt
nr known disease.'
ea Bundayi from 1ft a. m.
"nUl 8 p. m.
South. High Street- :
!o Junk ef An .
These neckwear fancies assure the success of many frocks, a decoration at the
yoke or sleeves, your garment takes on a new and dressy appearance.
(New collars in round, flat, tuxedo, in filet case, Venice lace, embroidery, organdie
, and Georgette crepe. Priced at . - 50c to $3.50
New Vestees and Gimps in net and Georgette and net with lace frills . ...$1.50 to $5
Organdie collar and cuff sets, some are tucked and finished with pretty lace edges ,
others are hemstitched and have narrow ruffles of organdie material........$l .25 to $3.50
New Trimmings and Laces
Spring Fashion's have created a demand for pretty laces nad embroidereis, we would
deem it a pleasure t ohave you inspect the beautiful novelties we are now snowing. Real
hand made filet lace in widths for collars and trimmings .. - 3c to $3.50
Metal laces in bands and flouncings in black and white with gold and silver effects,
moderately priced. . .. - . ...
Have You Joined the
: Overall Club?
We do not sell Overalls, but we do sell 4
We have just received a shipment of Gingham Dresses made
. from the best quality of Gingham, in Plaids and Stripes, made
up in atyles that are neat and dressy, trimmed ifl contrasting
materials that gives every dress an individuality that makes
them very adaptable for morning wear, while marketing and
presiding over the household duties. , - .,
The line is very complete, including si'zes for the young
miss, up to the matured matron. .
: ; Every garment is honestly priced, ranging from
$2.00 to $7.50
Silk Crocheted, in White,
Pink, Blue, Red.
(I Good Goods. tJJ
.The largest electric sign in the
' world advertises
till n i i ii v
i r fit Tlmia Sioure. Broadway
NEW VORK CITY
250 FEET LONG 70 FEET HIGH
MADE UP OF 17286 ELECTRIC LAMPS
The fountains play, the trade mar!; char&js.
reading alternately WRICLEY'S SPEARMINT.
DOUSLEMINT and JUICY FRUIT, and the
Spearmen "do a turn."
This sl2n Is seen ntehtly by approximately
500.000 people, from all aver ttc world.
Kept Right!. ?,
L':rtal Junk Co.
C3re Deal Hohs'
St- Phone tf