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THE CAPITAY JOURNAL
To Fete Grand
Woodburn, May 21. The Roy:!
Arch ilitsons of this ciiv will ent"--
Year this Week
St::yt,m. Or.. Mm- i s,i,...,i f
... f,.am. iimiiu-r omcers Saturday I this it will oU.se thi 4.
1. The grand chant -i-
have carrkd a saw with the equipment
and made their own fire wood. '
Nine neiiuliful silver trophies, the
Sift of Thos. K. Wilson Co.. to he
-Mphens CilU tte rvsitnud that h 00 eoiiK.rutktiis in Oregon, "t'uc.-vlay. j
had not entered college with a set j b' Heury J. SehueHUrman, corpora j
.... . . , . T, i tion commissioner. According to est!-.
purpose; Judse Henry Itenson regret-1 . , . . "v"'""i " " i
, mate made by Schueldermaii collection !
.cd that accretion is something a man of the corponition department durins
loo k. io w .urn any june July Rd August .m awrrgnte
jtood; Carl Abrams couldn't remem-1 between :'50,000 sud S3.0.
.M r a single regret except that he took
life too i-'erionsly, which he says is not i
of this city
fast ones have been;
to the letter
offices ure Ue-
Slav 22. The sranrt ehmt .,.;.......... . ... . I""""" le winners of the state high
officers will confer the Hova. , h ! week h- -7 e Vn , ' th,Ul mM. heW
de-ee on a el.. V V, A,,!ttwk ' " Wled with school en- at Salem. March 12th and 13th last,
ilesiee on a class of candidates h... t,..r. !,,....,. .u . . . .... . '
- I "v "-.'Jt.C I.ilVe. " ......... .1. M.1U-.1 l. IV.".. ,.! f
followed 1 lll;iimilV...T...l ...... ....... .... ... J .... .li......... i
l,v u Ho..,..... T.tn .to... i 11 " uu,u..i jti.eresi in me 1 ...i.i ... . ueir wmm.w.
Flo. w 1 deliv...- T eorw I closing week's work. What has been! As will 1. remembered by every fol
S he Craft" tli iHvT ." " if" i !lt'co,,""i hf'11 "ere during the year taf lower of athletics in Salem, our toca.
son-, are invited to 2, i " t'rei"t ,he f!""u,,y and t0 th stu-lhiSh school basketball team emerged
i dents wli.i have lalored earnestly and ' trom t contest as state champions
More than 4t communities and
! ..... .nil since
i" . -.linst speeding i ginning at five o'clock and
;te4 the Pliot'
a failing of present day college men. ' counties have been reached
hut emphasised the need of fore- p,.,,,,. Kitt!i Uai,.v SM.cii(,is,.
thought and discretion as Judge Hen-
regretted that he had not formed wid
er interests. Instead "of sticking to his
uwn line of study.
;Ford '1 23
ChevioU l 't .'. .. JS5
t- ton truck ..tsii
1-ton 1"J truck :
1917 Maxwell T. r $;
'stinkimker speedster ?-'V
Overland '1. v-m
will be Corn
i .onr :
carefia anving is in-
sll,M:itT( M TU I)K1,KI5S
irrests will fl-1 ..
his store in the
V ...i. week after a
iti,. .....re fjUIll
fel 0 .f, out of busi-1 mort coi"llfte garages in Marion coun- .
u8Ud, ?i The disposal of tv 'he firm will be prepared to 'the
for the year 1919-20, after a hair-rain-'
The c'.ish plav was mesented in the ' ihg final battle with the Lincoln hl..h 1
(aAHAUK i hiirl. Si '.ool :..,,lit..l,.n. tpm nf Pap.U,.
Silverton, Or., Mar 21. Johnson &' and It was remarkahlv rendered 'I This sreneroiia pift of (he wn..n '
-.immoiir, local Ford distril...tnv'' ..' m- m ...... . .. . .
, viwniiiBioii, camiiaign man- w"'iJa,'y awarus to eacn oi tne eight
iioMiig into the new garage building ager for Mr. Jones, candidate for B-ei1 "ho composed the team an indl
nr tn ''n"r of First and Lew's sessor, and Dave Looney, candidate for'vidu!l trophy which is to be their per-'
. .. . I'tctca ror them by , representative, were in the citv vester-! nianent proin rty .and abx. a larger rno
It is one of theday making the final appeal for votv. ' whio'h 'U be likewise given to the
I.lcenso Itl.uiks Out.
Annual report blanks and notices of
annual license fees were mailed to 10,-
Coolidw & MeClain.
leted the disposal
I and tiife l'e
Mrs. II. M. Baker of Turner was in hiSh school.
citv vesterdav in the intere nf'
fi w"" ..... i. is understoo.l K'e Ter cent ford service in the 'the Turner chautauuua which is t.. be
nerua... - future. The builillnp- i i,u. r ....... . ,.
ttle Will lent mr - - " ui in , jit-iu lirAi. weeK.
j sonic kind of ,-! s a near fireproof as it Is possi-j John Smith of Sllverton was in the
, 1.1." to make. They. will put in a com-' city on business vesterdav.
plete service department and expect to' K. F. Kong of Salem was here .yes-
co nine their work exclusively to ! terday looking for livestock
J on Is.
Mtt has soKl h '"terest
u L- to Vernon Suckow,
trd yesterday. Mr.
't ; !.. of more th.in
, ,w enteruuuim'iit.
ato l.-re they will
s ,er in t-- mot,,.,,!,,
Tell Regrets Of
nt it is Ml'
sotitherii Oregon ...
implications 0f Dr. Maw ttowlnnd. Dr.!
l'riiue and Dr. .1. Sh.'lleyj
"Uotitine V.'aKse.-i.i,-. us- will i
be I lie subjecl of the lecture by Dr.;
.T. (lnv Strohm of Portland the .1 i.-c. i
T3, 1... li.iu hPfl. re- izlnn ir. 1... ...........1 .... ... ..... ..P I
"trwlmnit at it"? llem l4"R" j Sttlem. Dr. Richard TMllohunt of j
..,. i hue. retu new . rortiana win .taiK on t rie Treatment
"outh uf lhl' l'"y 'Vl'lUu'Ku,'-1 f War Injuries as Apiillcd to Indus-
CooMgi' & MuClaine n .'"".trial injuries,", and Dr. F. IT. Tbomp-
tertaineu yesteruaj .m ......... Son oc saiem win open the discussion.
Dr. Thompson is official physician fur
the state Industrial accident association.
,., i Allen. . . K. iinnlliioement las been moil.. ..f
K'l,1f-' .. i 'l'ill;i - llo la Vi meethiL' of I h 1 .,! I.. . T ., ,.i..
j . V Sllliei.ii -
w .1,.. V tl. . ;l 1 t m..rl.i..i ,..;.. ... I... ..l . !..
,.,,.,.-. i auir 10 oe seio. j -j-he W illamette university Y. M C
o his Tillamook farm. A. held an unusual meeting W.dnes-
Owners of threshing machine day night, when a number of men who
ihis vk-i'.iiy have gone on a strike so have left college days behind them;
iar as me nnuier ot cutting wood is were asked to tell "What do
concerned. 1 hey have sent out notices, gret most in your college life
that wood must be furnished in shape;
to use for fuel whei the thresher is I
ready for opcrntion. Heretofore they'
fr the acid-diitressed ctomicb,
Uj t9 or ihre
fter BteaU. oii'jiTd on the
tongue keen y cur stomach
weet try Kl-melds the new
aid to digestion.
MADE BY SCOTT BOWNK
MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION
Lights and stui-K-v
ui have a Ford to sell, brims
I'vl'iB-wm. ,v e
iM For Infnnft
Ne Cki I
A Nutritious Diet for All Ages
Quick Lunch at Home or Office
Avoid Imitations and Substitutes
j Two first class For.l ac.d ov. i la
, i". pair men at y ur s-.-rviee. '
I Terms on r.ll c;rs s-ld.
I Six mouths service.
U. S. GARAGE
I'hone 1 7 T. 2 ' '.'l Ferry
The I'sed Oar Center
UveA .itleuding u.e ... .. ,.,. , ......v u oe n.-,.. in
. mention- J ntlependcnce. Tuesday. Mav 25. A.J
d Mm. Chas Kanisl-y ot -uop.-r will, be served at 7:110. L,
Or are visiting at the liomej Among the Ml'f.u'i-s taken up at thfj
7' Mr. and Mr. Marsh i meeting will be consideration nf tliej I
arrive! last evemi
... . . u..ii . ..o- TM.... t.-
sold hs 1""" " ' - . , I
I thai h v in ! saurman.
STATE g STREET
Ladd Bush tank
A Friend in Need
ch south ot
i K. Doertter "
. . ,,i....i.. I'.nipi ion
Inhere a Bruno imv... ...
toyed b)' the yoling oieeoe.n.
ialkeraon, county scnooi su,.'.-
nt, and Mr. Aiiun oi .
i present to help "ineii.u.. ......
the boys and gins.
origin of which is unknown.
14 the small luinocr hum i"-
U the Harris tarm m tun nu-
billsa fe wnights ago. Coireri-
lamber piled in th? -vanls ne;,r
ill was also consumed. i
us iiiproxunateiy ati
Ml" partly covered by msui-
Mlenp.', Or., May 20. The
iilrace Civic club lieu, an
liiMtlii!i" session last Tues-
rraoon. Dr. Dunsinore was the
r of the occasion and closed his
: with KIward Kverott Hale's
Man Witlrnit a Country."
;ates to the State Federation of
is clubs, which convenes in Mri
f early in .lime were elected.
ncMe Jits. Civic Keker, presl-
Jirt. J. S. L'ooncr and .Mrs. Krea-
Tbe iilli.inut'V are .Mrs. J. S.
.Mrs. Charon 1 .Mrs. Alontan.
uli to booking for the ehnutuii-
hich begins Mav 27. They have
'lie Jlonnioutli ti'i-i'itory to sup
Ti seaaon tickets.
two societic s of tifc high school
il a joint program of music,
a and sketches last Friday aft
Jlondav they part icipated in
''roast ami marshinallow tonsu
' 0. Meliitnsh will present her
pupils in recital the first week in
Feamui family who have
here for several years, left
for Pe KU, Wash., where
tlmake their future home.
Frances Townsoncl, daucliter of
;'IMrs. E. Townseud of this city,
married soon to Abbott K. Clnue
f aceme in that city last week.
! a engaged in the wholesale
P business. Miss Townseud com
'commercial course at a Povt-
ness college and hus since
fmoloyed in the First National
r'f that citv.
F Keizer School
h Close Season
'0r- May 21. The Ketaer
ftrent-Teacher association will
he wort .!.; ..,..
f . .ma sciiooi year ai
to be held Friday evening.
.""Part f ,.he program has
sTi,, " tonnes v earners
interesting to an. An
, queuing contest will be held
Wrt4By on" "nd every one may
N blind children have an In-
l-i'i.' v ' l,r"S,:"h. and the
. 1,1 Mvs- Myers. A
4Mce is expected. ,
visits In Dallas
' Ablut 15 larg
hD,,, 'th machinery rsme
f"Me sn , , n accompanied
wh0 wre bonst-
Sfe. """"men of America
it,.'.' "S ClaS ...,ln,,,i.,n tr,
Klht ... .
r.-t... . ofncials will be
' s of r,ar,lr'' entertained the
.! b,. Jh- f;""1 Times Scwina
hJT' Oak street
Sf"ed a delicious
'lilan.. .... . -.
'al. " -M00r !n
Road Nearly Built
Siuvton. Or.. Mv 21. The lo;.;,v,in;: !
l oud bcins constnictcd from Meliania j
to Ibe timber lands owned by the Sil-I
verton Lumber companV, will be com-'
pleted this week, it is said,- nnd logsj
will be handled to the Sllverton mill J
aver this route very soon. From Me- '
hi.rnu ears will run over the S. P. line, j
The r'ilvei ton mil! lias hi en shut down
for a wok or more pending the com-;
pletlon of I he road and the removal of
timber from the camps. j
Ship Us Your Woe!
Wo do cleaning and carding for
comforters and mattresses. Manu
facturers of pure wool bats
700 rmatilla Avenue
S02 Spalding lil.lg.
Gorman And Brown
Battle To Draw
PortlMiH!, Or., May 21Joe (lormnn,
PoiiKiMl featherweight, .and You:i
Ii-ov;l of Los AngoloH fought
round L a draw in the main event of
ti e I n t!:iiid boxing conimlHulon
lok-.T li'-'i,! at the jii-mory last nifiht.'
"'he fight wo. the grt-atwdt ever Htaged
in this citv with plenty nf action
throughout the tMi rounds.
In the .semi-windup of eight rounds,
PugK.v Morton of Los Angeles was
awarded the decluon over Pete JIHehie
of Poiylliind-. They are lightweights.
Fmnkie Monro of Los AnpelPH and
Weldon Wing ,a .local featherweight,
went eiuht rounds to a draw. i"
Hoke, Portland featherweight, stopped
Nell Zimmerman, anolhor locil hoy, in
the third rou,nd of n scheduled four
round go. Johnny Kugute and Jimmy
Moscow, local lightweights, drew In
the four round curtain raiser.
"Hut there's no bread in th house
for breakfu.st and the stores are all
closed for the night 1' protested Ann
Brinkly in dismay.
Her husband had telephoned late
that an important business acquaint
ance was coming for the night.
'"Then have muffins." suggested
Tom, cheerfully resourceful.
"Tom Brinkly, you know I never
have luck with muffins, groaned Ann,
She hung up t he receiver and turned
to young Mrs. tfuton. "I don't know
why 1 can't make good muffins, Bar
bara. 1 like them just as much as
Tom does, but somehow mine are
never successful. And how I hate to
get up earlier to make them!''
"Why not mix them tonight and
bake them tomorrow morning'.'" said
Parbara calmly. Ann looked at her
in amazement. "Have you any Ryzon.
Paking Powder?" inquired Barbara,
getting up briskly, "because if you
have Kyzon you can get the muttins
ui ready now. The batter will be
perfectly good tomorrow if you stand
it in a cool place."
As Ann still looked incredulous, Bar
bs ra continued: "Oh yes, really, I
often do it myself. And you needn't
worry nbout the muffins turning out
right. Since I've used Hyzon I haven't
httd a single baking failure. And If
you follow directions you can bake
just exactly us well."
The new Kyaon Baking Book (orig-
hial price $l.aoj, containing 2-"a prac
tical recipes, will be mailed, postpaid,
upon r.eipt of 30 cents in stamps or
juini.Or if you will purchase two or
more pounds of Ryzon at once from
vnur grocer, sending us his name and
address promptly, we will mail you a
1! y on Ba king Book free. General
I'hcmieal Co., Food Department, 25
Broad .St., New York, N.
Taft Will View .
Valley By Auto
W illiam Howard Taft will be treat
ed to a motor ride through the Wil
lamette valley, according to orranKe
inents made Thursday, by A. !. fierce
of the Merlon hotel, R. C. Storey, local
Ellison-White manapcr, John W.
W'heaton of Silver Kalln, a. former tu-:
dent at Yale with one of the ex-prtwi-!
dent's sons, and V. M. Woodard.
Mr. Taft will he met at Kuirene by
Mr. Wheuton and Mr. Woodnrd and
will arrive in Halem about 11:30. At
noon a luncheon will be served at Ho
tel Marion which will be attended by
the city'8 most prominent citizens.
Saturday evening, May 29, the for
mer president will lecture at the opera
hnu en "The Tea(rue of Nations ITp-
to Date" and it is probable, that he will
later be taken to l'ortiana ny
mobile by local buHiness men.
Be Subject Ot
Dry Goods Meeti
San. Francisco. May 21. The prob-
..t Pnfaaarlnir in dl'V STOOdH W'll
form the principal topic of dincussiou I
when department tore owners of Hip I
Pacific coast meet the merchant j
princes of the east and Great Britain
in San ViamlRco June 2 and 3 f"i
jthe firnt western convention of tii.;
! National Retail Ury floods associ.i
I The gathering will mork the first
! concerted attempt by the leadi";.'
! merchants of the country to attack
the high cost of living as it relate
ito their Industry. An urgent invitatioi
has been despatched to prominent
; dealers throughout the west by Mar-
;shal Hale, vice president oi w.c
tional organization, to attend the eoni
' ine convention.
I The drapers' western itinerary m
I eludes: Denver, May 24; Colorado
Springs, May 24; Salt. Lake City, Miy
!28; Ogden, May 29; San Franc1. .
May SO: Los Angele, June 5; Oak
land,. June 12; Portland, June 1!:
I Seattle, June 15; Vancouver, June !
j Captain E. IC Brown of Kllenburg
has been engaged to deliver five e?..
1 n-lrn speeches in Yakima vallty
ST -,i,ES l,'
Sizes 14,to 19. Regulars, Slims and extra sizes. Extra
Quality. Prices $1.25 to $2.50
Extra heavy blue denim overalls, $2.75
Work Shoes $4.00 to $11.00
Salem Woolen Mills Store
C. P. BISHOP, PROP.
138 North CfniliiK rdal
8 Bars Crystal White
; Package Sea Foam ........
7 Cream Oil
2 cakes Creme Oil free with Every
Of Crystal White Soap
People's Cash Stores
i ...... . .
KILL THE RATS
,.krichi-S8iid Waterbtig.. It rn-n
.wire in tb'nepwtntoiun frmntiio ouno-
ins for wati-r liv.-b a:v. i' u'e ' ,
ilia Ii.vl'icn:oi. Two Hze-. S i'r.n'1 H-w
;toalu lie er.owfiJ tc 1H iroaiww " '
p fust soy
for the home
at soda fountains
and on draught
For one weuk Beginning Saturday, Slay 22
Customers who have inspected all the millinery stocks in
Salem testify that we have the lowest prices in town. Yet
we are making this additional great cut of 25 per cent. Now
is tho time to buy a pretty summer hat at a low price-.
' . Come Early ! ' 4 "
Salem Variety Store
152 North Commercial Street
MdJte mo?tey with d
HPHERE was never so great a demand as there
is now for boys with bicycles for messenger
service, errands, light deliveriesand similar work.
Excellent wages are offered, too, for either regular or spare
time work. For these boys, the bicycle makes money. For
many other people in other work, it saves money! It is
the clean, convenient means of daily transportation for
hundreds of thousands of people.
Come to our store and see
the fine Dayton Bicycles on
display. We have them in
all sizes and styles, for men
and women, and boys and
yo l. itamsoeo
387 Court Street
girls. We sell the Dayton
because a quarter-century
of service has proved it is
the best! Buy a Dayton! It
quickly pays for itself.