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THE CAPITAY JOURNAL
! ah Ground i own
county schools. Artnory
rf Oohin team ts Salem
' tU Oxford park. i:J0
-iol flub. 8 P.
Cwr, ?T- May Day and
"IT end. Willamette.
JB'or Rjinouet Jersey
One of the special features of the eve
ning will be the seven piece orchstra 1
.tthlok .- t . .
.-..u rM secured lor me occa
sion. Come one, come all' is the
invitation of the guardsmen.
State Forester F. A. Elliott is in
I Portland today o nbusiness connected
Court House News
J F. Iy v9' Lt,nor Day- FlndinSa
anAnd Conclusions of Law.
gush A. Lehman vs. Paul J. Leh
Findings of Fact and Conclu-
jiom of La'
Mary F. Rregoire vs H. L. Akerhil!
.1 objection to cost bill.
Finding of a bicycle, believed to with the forestrv di.ni
have been stolen from H. Martin. I t-
1467 Center street several days ago, I Percy A. Cupper, slate engineer-. Is
in the brush near his home was re-ih Heppner where he is In consulta
nt - .i a8t n'8ht by B- H- Uon with directors of the Joh Day
Aldrich. 345 Myers street. irrigation . district relative to devel-
, . . opment work on the project.
Glen Unroh, Justice of the peace,!
m t?L?rTnt Jda 'here he Tn Highland Mother, club wUl
atteni to matters. Judge meet Thursday afternoon. May S at
iices here Thursday. lams of Boaton who fa conducting tne
. . Courses in home nursing in Salem
Commercial street, was issued tZlv Z , f remed.es and meth-
to O. F. Franklin. Cost oTe stTuc- A Vr caf'n for home,
ture wiil be ,6000. It will be erect-1 'Ztei
ed by H. G. Carl. ' l" e!Pectea-
Louis Rosumny. manager of thiL.r" ?r I10? . ig"ea Wed"
Beaver Nut Cmopany, of Portland TT n,"rmn D Wor
was in Salem Tuesday afternoon .n ?"Bhara- d'ssolr '"e bonds of mat
...i.v.ij uniting oaimi a. xjenman ana
ny went to Albany and Corvallis.
morning Uansactine " -
business. This afternoon Mr. Rosum-1- , . nm,an- lhe ?oul)le
29, 1919, at the time of marriage the
vs .!. H. Johnson et
.i Answer of J. H. Johnson.
- c DAMsrhev vs G. D. Treat. Cost!
Rj' B Kennedy vs. Frank C. Sibley
,nd L. K. Spawn. Amended Com
MUs Cora Hendry will present her! ride -being.- years of age while the
Junior pupils in recital at the First !groom was 40- Acc"ding to the com
Presbyterian chfirch. Friday evening-' plaint file1 by Mrs- L0"1"". trou
May 14, at 8 o'clock. fb!ed followed soon after when the
1 husband is alleged to have made at-
Capatin and Mra W. S. Manir, oflteml"s to 8ecure certain prouerty
Seattle, arrived in Satem Sunday-for' owned b'.J.lrs- Ifhman. The com
a week's visit at the home of their, plaint enibraced charges of cruel aud
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.
Members of the
Corps Aid society will
McCornack hall, upstairs at the cor
ner of Court , and Liberty streets
. , ... .
rrohate Court. I'""1'' murunig ana spena tne day
ftlta Moore, estate. Twenty eight oass. Announce-
JS'to acco.ai.any final, account. f thia was made this morning,
w'" 1 . I with the reciuest that nil m.n,,,.
come and bring their lunches.
y i iniiuiiiun ireaimeni Dy jir. Lenman.
Mrs. Lehman is also given the riirht
J to assume ier former name of Sarah
Women's Relief A- Sylvester.
meet at the;
unhcit Gardener, estate. Order fix
ing time for hearing final account.
Otto Mauer, estate. Order conflrm-
. ..n....r,i 'il nrnnwtv. I
Mauer. estate. Report of sale Willamette. Sweetland field 3 p. m.
a personal property.
Baseball tomorrow Stanford
Food Prices Jump
100 Per Cent In
Past Seven Years
Divorce Decree ls I
Cace Day Vs. Day
The decree issued Wednesday by
Judge George G. Bingham in which
the suit of J. F. Day against' Lenora
Day is dismissed will probably cause
the complaining, husband to conclude
.that divorce court procedure encom
passes many pitfalls.
J. F. Day as plaintiff recently fil
ed suit for a divorce from his wife.
alleging that she had been guilty of
such cruel treatment of himself that
he had been compelled to leave thir
home. Among other allegations, the
plaintiff had charge that. Mrs; Day
had on one occasion handed him a
gun and told him to "blow his
brains out." -
In findings and conclusions, the
court noted that testimony submitted
by Mrs. Day shows that in September.
1918, the plaintiff began to pay at
tention to another woman, causing
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dissension which increased until April,
1919, when they ceased to live to
gether. The wne!usion makes obser
vation tkat "while defendant may
have ush1 strung and forceful lan
guage : in opposing plaintiff's . con
duct, such was provoked by the at
tention which the plaintiff was pay
ing to a woman other than his wife."
The court decrees that plaintiff is
not entitled to a divorce order and
judgment is entered in favor of the
defendant. The case is ordered dis
missed and the plaintiff. Mr. Day)
required pay costs of the proced-
C.VHD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindness and sym
paihy during the illness and death
of our beloved husband and father,
Charles Wester also for the many
beautiful flora! offerings. Mrs.
Florence Wester and family. ls
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many friends
and neighbors for their sympathy
and kindness to us during our recent
bereavement of eur beloved husband
and father. Mrs. Clara Snyder and
MEET MB AT MILLER'S!
Many men during a lifetime of hard
work have accumulated a fortune,
which, after their death, has been dis
sipatd through mismanagement', ig
norance, or extravagance.
You can guard against such a con
. itingency and mke your fortune live on
and perform your cherished wishes by
, making a will and placing It in trust
- with this bank as trustee.
. ' Consult your lawyer about drawing a
will and creating such trusts as you
desire. A trust may be created t
. v " have 'effect cither durinir- vnn.- ltf
time, or after your death.
CAPITAL NATIONAL BMK
Washington,'' May 5. The family
food budget1 in February was exactly
twice the sum expended for the samej
articles of food in February, 1913, ac-
MnrriutH' Licenses. ' -n.e auies Auxiliary oi tne span- cording to department of labor statis-
lnhn'W. Defiance, 25, of Salem,) tsh American War Veterans are mak- 'tics. . . .
i barber, to Myrtle Gossett, 30, of )ng plans for a progressive 500 par-' Durme approximately the same
t t , i . iv. r, . r. ' Hcuu in ui ci i. cumin, mo increase
- " uti b"i n mc v. a. xt. ruums
Le Hollenbeck, aged 20, and Frank
Lewis .aged 22, were drowned in Co
(Juille river while loading milk on n
boat.' Hollenbeck BtlimhlpH nnrl fall
Lewis plunged to the resmje and both
Henry Guinness, 40, of Salem, a
rldier to Mabel Cartwright, 26, of
Salem, route 3.
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J. W. Hoyt, of Ashland, was & Salem
liator Sunday and Monday, .
Love, jeweler, watchmaker, Salem.
Dance Hurst hall, Knights and Lar
liu of Security. Best music, Thurs
jay May 6th. Good social time assur
Owen Williams, Chehalis, Wash
ington, registered at the Bligh hotel
at the Salem Armory, Friday, May 7.
The affair will be Informal and all
In an order entered by County
Judge W. M. Bushey, Wednesday,
June 14, 1920, is set as the date for
final hearing of administrative re
ports in the estate of Robert Gafdner.
Horace Sykes and Gilbert Allen,
both of Salem .were in Eugene Tues
day attending to business.
I8. BO per 100 for White Leghorn Jterg.
ttby thicks. Now ready for delivery,
a N. Needham, 558 State street.
Phone 400. Ill
D. L. Mitchell, of Albany, spent
Tuesday in Salem looking up acquain
tances and attending to business mat-
Some lady receives a prize at the
I armory Saturday night. 114
Watson C Lea, of Drain, attended
fc'bminear -affairs1 in-Salem.; , Mon
day and Tuesday. ' . ,
0. Jones, Hosksin, was a visitor to
Bill city. Tuesday morning. .
P. L. Taylor, well known horseman
T Medford, was In this city, Tuesday
looking after a portion of ills racing
string, stabled at the fair grounds.
Mr. Taylor is registered at the Bllgh.
A. Johansen and George E. Qulnn,
toth hailing from Astoria, visited
Wends and transacted business in
Salem, Monday and Tuesday.
Potatoes for; sale, 5 and 6c per lb.
Me they last. A. J. Egaiit ;Gervals,
Or. Plums, sen. - - 109
Elevator operator wrtTrted at V. S.
Rational bank. See I'nruh. - 108
Keverend F. w. Laune, pastor of
ChempVM.i st,.n.,t wni
. ".,--1. .uv(iuf;r:iii:ii
urch, under whose ministry the
rch has gained noticeably in the
f Wr, left for Portland Wednes
day to attend the annual conference
"the church, being held there.
tk!''.?' ' Sllxon. who has been
West of her brother, W. H. Prunk
ue Red Cross Pharmacy, for sev.
f" ays..has returned to her home
William A. Dalziel, deputy state
sealer, who has been - on a trip to
Eue;i'o, returned to Salem Tuesday.
was 130 per cent while in Italy it was
187 per cent.' Germany outranked all
countries enumerated with an in
crease of 224 per cent.
T. Leland Brown returned to his
home in Salem Tuesday evening, at
tar several days visit in the timbered
ctiStrtet : of southern Oregon, nar
Rcse'.)ii&. . ?'. J
Donalo Young, of Eugene, who par
ticipated in the golf tournament at
the lllihee country club Sunday, and
who remained in Salem as the guest
of friends, has returned to his home
in the Lane county city.
C. C. Cathey, of Albany, was a busi
ness visitor in Salem Tuesday. Mr.
Cathey is a resident of Albany.
Members of company H report the
stage all set for a first class ' dance
at the armory, Wednesday night May
5. The proceeds from the dunce will
be used in completing the mesa fund
.for the midsummer encampment
BETTER NOT MISS IT
Priscilla - -Dean
MADE TG ORDER TO FIT
140 Court Street
Takes the plaoe of houst
lining for less.
- Max 0 Bur en
179 North Commercial
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We are too busy
And Modernizing Our Store To
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t rtmif iriin iTiir n i i m i .
Wop dry's Stock
of Furniture, Ranges, Heaters,
Rugs, Tools, etc., before you
270 N. Com'l ..St. Phone 610
or 511 ff .,
"BLACK IS WHITE"
HAWt.pv t H
8:45 TO 9:15 P.M.
METER READER WANTED
$90.00 PER MONTH .
Must have good eyesight ; be able to ride bicycle eVery day,
rain or shine; write legible figures.
..Apply in writing and state age; length of residence in
Salem, recent occupations and employers, address, phone No
PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT
& POWER CO.
FOR LONG D1STANCH
PHONE 1400 ' ', .
WB ALSOf iScr LOCAL
I Will Save You Money
ON YOUR DENTAL WORK
I have had eleven years of practical exper
ience and do only high-class dentistry,, using
the very best of materials
am now offering P re-War
Prices and I Guarantee
Plates $12.50 Porcelain fillings ..........$2.00 up
pSa(innteWOr) Gld $6 00 SilVCr filHng9 : $L0 UP
Crowns (PototHZIW-'oO fmeilt fillings " f1'00
Bridge work, gold or por- Cleaning teeth $1.00
celain .....$6.00 to $7.00 Removing nerve $2.50
Gold fillings ..................$2.0G up Extractions $1.00
DR. C. A. ELDRIEDGE
' Phona 1500
204-5 Gray Building
Cor. State and Liberty Sts.
Over Hartman Bros.
2 in -
PTff TT T? ww '
USED GAR VALUES
OF UNIVERSAL MERIT
your used car now and save money. We must close
- " out all used cars this week
j.917 Dodges-passenger, i
senger, , QH(f
new f fr i
"ns like new 3 I UOU
1917 Buick Six, 7-passenger (J- CAA
fine shape for quick sale... ipLOVVJ
1917 Dodge Roadster,
We back all of these cars to be good.
Your own terms if you need a car
Salem Velie Go.
162 North Com mercial Street
Phone 186 and 198
Thursday Specials Orders Over $1.00 Delivered
Fresh Peanut Buttery lb ......... 20c
Pint Del Monte Catsup .........:..........23c
7-2 Pint Del Monte Catsup ..........45 c
Palm Olive Soap, 3 for . 21 C
Cream Oil Soapy 3 for ......... ........21c
Royal White Soap, 17 bars ........$100
Pint Mozalo oil ..-- 39c
Quart Mozalo oil 73 q
U2 gallon Mazola oil -$1.45
3 lbs. Curve Cut Macaroni . .... ........25 C
2 lbs prunes . . .......27c
2 lbs. White Figs 27c
Monopole Coffee, lb 47c
Cream Cheese, 1 lb 33 C
Cream Cheese, 5 lbs; per lb ............30c
Fancy White Hand Picked beans,
3 pounds for -25 c
Kellogg's Krumbled Bran . 18 c
2 Post Toasties 25 C
Crown Flour, sack ... .... $3.35
Olympic Flour, sack ..... ---$3.10
2 Carnation Milk 23 C
ZBordens Milk ....:.....;..................-23c
2LibbyysMilk 23 C
Nut Margarine, pound -33 C
Medium Cottolene ....... . : .: ... .. $ 1.20
Large Cottolene .. ....... --$2.39
6lbs.Crisco. ............ ..$1.90
3 lbs. Crisco ... ................... .95 C
2 Cans Tomatoes ..............25 C
2 Cans Corn ............ -r.-28c
2 Cans Clams .........;. 35 C
2 Cans Pink Salmon, lb. size 39 c
12 oz. Royal Baking Powder ........36 C
3 lbs. Royal Club Coffee ............$!, 49
lb. GhiradelWs Chocolate 39 c
No. 5 Pure Lard --$1.23
' No. 10 Pure Lard $2.40
ALL MAIL ORDERS RECEIVED THIS WEEK WILL BE FILLED AT THESE
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