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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
ufficient for Needs If
Sane Economy Practiced
at f.ut Creek, (.;:
Monday, June 14.
Waher Benton, who work fnr and
with the Scouts at every opportunity dents,
wtw .utMaU denomination, who will be free lo .painter, of Unheal object, will ,ut.n the custom and drvss vt Bibiie
.k0 iAni,Atatinn nn th I followed m tne stieciioii oi uitf era . kimr, vv tu
LUli ' Wt
also making the pictures desir-
will be in charge of the ceremony of; able on theatre programs where their
conferring second class scout vestures
upon a large class.
Scoutmaster Harold Cook issues an
invitation to parents and any who are
interested in scouting to attend
subtle religious propaganda will prove
Salem and the rural districts lmme-f
diately surorunding it must get along ' wonderfully graphic manner contrast
with approximately SO per cent of its.'eiS ,he od ' evolution with the Goa e
normal gasoline supply durin Junei'ne wiDie, and the word of the evolu.
and until such time after July 1 as . tionlst with the word of God and deni-
necewary to bring the gasoline sltua onstrated that there was absolutely
lion to normal. i nothing in common between them,
Thl. is the ou.tan.lin.. t?t h.i,, !.He the theories of evolu-
in liiht .t . session f the K,i.m it. i tlon fu" t holes and greatly amused
mnhii. rubier. ...,.., , ni IarS and attentive audience with
wwiu iivtici m men iiuuu.g a coupie
of teeth and a bone of a skull and
thigh bone and building around these
- . , , , iimgmciiio a wunueriu. animal mat
So far as Salem alone la concerned .,,. , ... ,,., .
1 VJ " ""-u" '" ago." The elder declared that "evolu-
Lm ?V n;onTed!ne ?? Uon is not a science; it is nothing but
will not be applied it was establish- speculation from start to finish." Ji
d from reports of the oil companies, directed his hearers to the God of v.
Jut a shortage of gasoline exist, here Blb the cwa f h
-A elsewhere and will continue until -,,, ,.. . . .,
the Standard and Union oil companies trust and' confidence In Him who as
representatives of the oil companies
nd newspaper men were present, nti
4he Marios' hotel, Thursday noon,
re again supplying their local dealers creator ta also wvIouP--
People are still coming into the
camp and orders for tents are still be
A tremendous crowd Is expected to
come in for the week end.
With normal supplies of the product
Salem and Its tributary territory Is
Assured of about (000 gallons of gaso-
. line a day for the remainder of the
month, was the statement made by R.
O. Snelling, local manager for the As
sociated OH company, who only this
tnorning completed an unofficial sur
vey of the situation as It exists htl
This represents an assurance that ihe
iflaily supply for Salem during the
t onth will be 2600 gallons from the
Associated company, 2000 gallons from
he Shell company and a combined
upply of 1700 gallons for the Stand.
rd and Union companies. These tig-
tires, Mr. Snelling explained, were onl
The discussion brought out the fae
that there are two principal reasons
why the supply now available will not
aneet the normal demands of this com-
normal supplies of the other comn iF2 '
(e., and the fact that motorist, from democrat, onnlr'' only, "l""
other section, of the valley, where the tT.? . 2 6 r!9olutlon;
aso..ne supply is low or entirely ex- G" ' . Ven3 T,",,
, ivt Wtiillg, ti.,Jl
Tennis Tourney Is
Well Launched 'And
Marks Good Events
House Votes to
Repeal War Laws
Washington, June 3. By a vote of
823 to 3 the house today adopted and
sent to the senate a resolution repeal
ing all war time laws except the Lev
er food control act and the trading
with the enemy act.
Though supporting the resolution,
democrat, protested against continu
ing In force the Lever act and ex
hausted, are coming to Salem to sup'
9lu thai, n-nnt-
The dealer, were almost unanimous N. SanHam School
v. HB'vvinviii iruji iihj usnri nun or mr.
Snelling that trucks and other motor
Vehicles used for commercial and In
dustrial purposes must be given pret
rence In the sale of gas, and it Is est!
mated that full two-thirds of 6000 gal
Jons available daily are needed for
these classes of vehicles, which In-
!iuaes pleasure cars and motorcycles
nat are used by people In pursuit cf
The normal consumption of gasoline
In the Salem territory is near 12,oo
nougn estimates place the supply
available to pleasure cars In this vl
rnlty for the remainder of the month
mild until the situation improves at
3000 gallons dally, which is consider
ufflclent If reasonable economy is
One dealer pointed out that "he
horta.ge does not mean that pleasure
ars must be stored away, but that the
Wan who Is in the habit of taking 60
nille pleasure jaunt, over the week
end must content himself with trips of
third that length. ,f
The concensus of opinion at today's
' meeting was that the reckless use,
' waste and hoarding of gasoline should
' be stopped; that If the automobile us
ors will buy and use only reasonable
Amounts of fuel tho Sulem district will
. e able to get by on the present .up
. ly without compelling owner, of
strictly pleasure car. to abandon use
f their machine until the shortage
has passed. '
4 It is estimated from available re
ports that the supply should return to
v norma), or neurly normal, throughout
the state between July 15 and August
8everal dealer, expressed the .ijre
Ion that gusoline for Joy-rldlng pur
poses should be absolutely refused and
that dealers should guard strictly
against allowing their customers to
PORTLAND MKKTIXG IRGKS
BAN ON 1'LKASI RE CARS
Portland, Or., June I. Kllminatton
of pleasure cars from Portland streets
ind from the state highways until th
convention period opens the middle of
this month, was recommended today
. at a meeting her of state and etty of
ficials and representatives of oil an
. motor Interests.
. At least one million gallons of gaso
line will be neded to take care of Ore
gon's visitors during June, It was esti
mated b yoll men, and they declared
the only way of conserving this was to
eliminate supplies to pleasure cara un
til the convention season opens, about
two weeks hence.
Closes Doors At End
Of The 1920 Semester
Presentation of awards for good
work during the school year and many
school events filled the day at celebra
tion, Friday, May 28, at the North San
tiam school, district No. 126, of wnKfi
Beryl McLaughlin is teacher.
A program that occupied the morn
Ing was given over to presentation ex
ercises. Rev. J. C. Tlbbitts presented
the Hal Patton flag to the school. The
banner was accepted by J. Stanley Mc
Laughlin, of the district. Helen Ogles
by, who won the distinction of being
the best fltfh grade speller in the
county contest held at Salem, May 15,
was given the gold medal offered by
the county, the presentation being
made by A. N. Arnold. Recognition
was given Jrden Hammer, Lyle Cobb,
Roy Cobb and WlllU Kerthly for best
attendance records during the school
The morning program was followed
by a basket lunch. In the afternoon
a May Day pageant was presented by
the school children; after which a dis
trict track meet was held. Despite the
fact that this Is the busy season of the
year, many heads of families were
present to witness the closing of the
The tennis tournament at the state
hospital court. Is well under way and
Thursday, the first round of mens
single, was on. The remainder of the
drawing have been made In the men's
doubles, mixed doubles and women's
The first rounds of the women's
singles will be played Friday morning.
One special feature of the tournament
Is the entry of Miss Marjorie Kay m
women's single and mixed doubles.
Miss Kay drew a bye, Thursday, and
therefore will not participate in the
series play until Saturday.
The result, of Thursday's play and
an announcement of the. remainder of
Friday's schedule will be made later.
Ladies' singles for Friday morning
are announced as follows. The tourna
ment rules require entrants to be pres
ent ror play within 15 minutes of, said
not later than to the time set:
10:00 a. m. Mrs. Andrae against Mis.
iu:oo a. m. Mrs. Jacobs against
bjss ti. Bowen.
U:oo a. m. Mrs. Riggs against
miss 3i. Bowen.
a vital force for uplift and betterment
of the people. The spiritual Christian
viewpoint will always be kept foremost
tbejin their production.
An executive board composed of five
of the leading ministers of Pasadena,
California, assisted by an advisory
board of fifty or more ministers of
many denominations from various
parts of the United Sttaes and Canada
will select the stories to be picturlsed
and exercise general supervision over
The conception of the most noted
New Firm Wages War.
Ketchikan. Alaska. Along the nor-
ineiii nm oi- ine continent, a new
American trading firm the Lamson &.
Hubbard company, is waging a bitter
war against the old Hudson's Bay
company for the fur trade, according
to word brought out of the Arctic. The
Hudson's Bay firm, a British concern
has operated in the north for scores
Violator Held In
Salem City 'Jail
Pending reeclpt of word from Judge
Calkins of Medford, George Boggs, age
17, a parole violator, is belnr held in
, f the city jail here. Boggs was . taken
weonesaay evening by State Parole
Officer Varney and placed in Jail here,
his age not Justifying his detention In
Young Boggs, at the age of 16, was
an Inmate of the state training sefcffbl
for boys, but was released during the
war that he might enlist. Upon his
release from the army he returned tp
his home at Grants Pass and there
committed burglaries that caused his
sentence, although only 16, to the pen
itentiary. He was paroled, however
from the bench to the state parole of-
ncer. we then went to work on a
farm near Salem, but his, desire to
steal was t6o strong, with the result
that he is charged with parole violation.
Boy Scouts Gather
Tonight At Armory
Every Boy Scout In the city of Sa
lem and many from nearby patrols
are expected to take part in the gen
et al scout assembly at the Armory.
Thursday night', Juno 8. 1
This Is the lust meeting held prior
to the Scout a summer encampment
to be Shown In
. A plcturization from a strictly His
torical standpoint, of the many dra
matic stories of the Bible, is the latest
and most important event in the mo
tion picture world.
The forthcoming cinema edition of
the holy writ, will, It Is declared by the
clergy prove the most potent means yet
devised for the promulgation ' of re
ligion among millions bf people not
now directly reached by the churches.
The first series will consist of fifty
two two-reel subjects produced with
historical accuracy but without sect t
creed ,thus making them acceptable to
The formal protest of citizen, of
I)nllas and Independence against the
action of the state highway commis
sion in arbitrarily changing the orlg-
innt route of the west Side Partly
highway so nn o miss these two Tolk
county towns, was presented to Gov
ernor Olcott Thursday afternoon by
Oscar HuytcT, Dallas attorney, who
will represent the protestants.
Thursday's conference with the gov
ernor was expected to Include only the
formal presentation of the petition of
protest containing aome 5060 names
and a brief statement of the protest.
If Governor Olcott fails to act In the
matter, It la Intimated that the cn
will taken into the court on a mai
1 ton Ford with express body, top and wind
shield, extra good tires. A bargain at ..,
1919 Maxwell panel body, electric lights, starter
car is just like new with good tires
1918 Maxwell, 1 ton truck with cab and wind- QK A
shield, good stake body, new tires, bargain price wDU
1 ton Republie truck, overhauled, repainted
and guaranteed, new tires, ab and body......
1920 1 ton Republic truck, almost new, body
and cab, overhauled and guaranteed
The great professors that for years
hsve been telling that this earth of
ours came Into existence because great
clouds of dust got to whirling around
In space and finally out of the whirl
ing our world and the rest of them
shot out Into the ether would certain
ly have been shocked if they had been
at the Advent camp last evening and
had heard Eider A. O. Tall of Moun
tain View, Cal., the editor of "The
Signs of the Times." Mr. TaSt In a
2!a-ton Republic truck, new tires, overhauled
and guaranteed, extra good value at ;.....
1918 2-ton Republic truck, like new over
hauled and guaranteed with new tires ....
1920 2r-ton Bethlehem truck
almost new ; .
ALL OF THESE TRUCKS EQUIPPED WITH 1920
Call at the Yellow Front Truck Store for Inspection
W. B. IilLDEBRANDT & CO.
MARION COUNTY " POLK COUNTY
279 N. Commercial St.
lot Cm ciii.Wt
On the producing staff are such
celebrities as Dr. Maxwell Ryder, for
merly professor of biblical history and
archeology at Oxford, and whose text-
u y approximately lour tons ot proper
lies consisting of plows, implements.
tools, household utensils, saddles, cos
tumes, etc., for use
of these pictures.
.The cities of Palestine and Egvpt
book on dramatic art is used in the 'will be re-produced with the utmost
leading dramatic schools' of England. , attention to detail under the direction
He has also had wide experience Iiiiof the research department.
motion picture production and is a
Dr. Allan Moore, a Church of Eng-
It would be manifestly Inappropri
ate to use any so-called "motion pic
ture stars" in these production, as it Is
Buried On r .L
in the production 7T. who died at . '
a short Ur,' "T.
at the Cn.hnli" Ulnw8. n t
"g at 9 o'clock
old soldiers' cirol. " '
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land rector, with seventeen year, as 'the biblical cnaracter mat Is import
missionary in Palestine to his erert, jant rather than the personality of any
has been secured to insure accuracy In ) actor, and for this reason character
costume, customs and scenic locations, j actors of the type most suited to the
Much of his life was spent among the particular character to be portrayed
tribes of the Atlas mountains who re-1 will be selected.
-r. Eiever. a tnr '
" c"y three week. .
He was stricken wittl.r.
arriving.. He was born taTi"8
embourg, Germany. UiJ La.
1 JOl'RXAL WAV
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Salem's Greatest Q'
Silk Sale CiSr l
Friday . I iillf j
Saturday "X f I J
.Thes? silks consist of our best quality .mewhad$ and this sale price is put on to meet the demands of the people I
These silks consist of our best quality merchandise and this sale price is put on to meet the demands of the people
June brides will find this a timely event to supply their present and future nefds. At this writing we have a com
plete range of colors and shades although they may not last for the entire two days. ' -!
40-mch all silk Crepe de QQ
Chine, per yard vie IO
40-inch all silk Georgette
Crepe, per yard";..X. ....
36-inch all. silk-Satin
Messaline, p'er yard '..
These silks come in the fol
lowing colors : , '
36-inch Chiffon Taf
40-inch Lingerie Satin
36-inch Silk Poplins
per yard v.....;....:....,.......
Old Rose, Navy. Russian
Pearl 1 Black Anrimi cnL. i
Copenhagen Peach Plum ' Ecru Etc.
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
FORMERLY CHICAGO STORECOMMERCIAL AND COURT STS.
? ' '. "7rt
MONEY SAVED BY BUYING
From the J. C. Penney Co., never before were we able to
save you more than we are at this time, when it is needed,
and appreciated more than ever
to Hea rt mm
wear Gowns ....$1.98 to $2.98
Envelope Chemise $1.98
to .. ; $3.49
Camisoles ....$1.25 to. $2.49
Corset Covers $1.25
Bloomers .. .. $1.25
We have a fine assortment
of these useful dresses in a
good range of prices to suit
H $1.98 to $14.75
Voile Waists $1.49 to $4.98
Silk Waists $3.98 to $18.50
You will find us prepared
to always save you money
on this important line of
With reference to the Present Shortage of Desirable
Automobiles. ,. , - ;
Have you ever investigated the value placed upon
USED ELGIN SIX, by the automobile trade in general?
If you have, you will know that we can offer no better
suggestion than that you secure one of those good '18 or
'19 models, rebuilt in our own shop, guaranteed the same
as the factory, and on which we can make you an immediate
delivery. : .
They look good and are in fine mechanical order. Real
cars and real values. ' " '. ?
Also some other reliable makes of used cars.
1919 Elgin Six, first class mechanical con- ' J1 Rift
dition, repainted, 5 good tires .....r..:..
1918 Elgin Six, good tire equipment, ;' ' a
Mitchell Light Six, overhauled and repainted
price on this cut from $1150 to
offer on this one.
1917 Maxwell touringoverhauled and repainted 2()
has cream wheels and all new tires tw
1917 Saxon Six new tires make us an
FORDS! i FORDS!
1918 Ford tourinsr repainted .. -
1917 Ford touring. Has demountable rims, good tires, sgj
tire and rim, tire carrier, shock absorbers, tool
board, etc. A dandy buy : J '
1915 Ford Touring, shock absorbers, tool box, etc. A reg
pick-up, at ....'. -
WTe will give terms on any of the above cars.
Lee I Gilbert
156 S. Commerc