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ESDAT. JUNES, 1920.
" June J At arraor' benefit
,final concert of WJ
S,tfte hol for music. First
w C. church.
June J- Regular open
tli Salem Commercial
! Sub. Opera house S p. m.
June -Baseball. Oxford
prk. Senators vs. Woodburn,
June T. Business Mens
taacheon, Commercial club,
"jane 7 City council mest
! tat City hall, f.30 p. m.
I une l.-KTwo piano re-
by Miss Welter's pufcils,
t la the evenings.
aM 9. Salem Kotary club
meting, Hotel Marion, nobn;. .
June 14. Salesmen's club
. jpetms, Commercial club, 8
frnt 23. Shrine day In 8a
t fern and Willamette valley.
I June 19. Pioneer picnic,
I Mrs. John A. Hunt's grove.
I June 19. Waldo Hills Pior
jeer association picnic, Mrs.
I J T. Hunt's grove 12 miles
J east of Salem, all day; open to
Court House News
lev! B. Hanson vs Howard E. Clark
U4 Mark A Paulson Motion for con
tinuance , " '
racific' Building and J,oan associa
Mob. a Washington corporation vs
Lester H Barber et al. Complaint.
B, S. Martin vs Otto 3. AVilson, Ans-
nt. 't 'V .
Annie Busby vs Delbert h Busby
nd Veda E Busby Affidavit for PUb-
iiation of referee's sale. j
i Probate Court
in the matter of the guardianship
of Nina Eatella Whelchel, Clair Gris-
nld Whelchel, Eileen Blanche
Whelchel and Clell Wilbur Whelchel.
minors. Petition. .''"".'"..
b the matter of the guardian ship
a Nina Estella Whelchel et al. Or:
Carl Brantner. 26, of Black Hock,
i lumberman, to Pearl G. Harold, 23.
of Salem route 8. Fred Hammack.
Jr.. tt, of 446 Union street, a mechan
ic, to .Marguerite Wing, 19, of 826
1FIGGIN9 Mrs. Nancy Elizaoeth
Wiggins, 61, at the family residence
in Salem Heights Wednesday. Body
tt Terwllllger home. Funeral at 19
a. m. Friday, Baptist church. .
love, Jeweler, watchmaker, Salem.
For renting of Moose hall see Har
ley C. Pugh, phone 801 at 1541 D
8alem chapter of American War
'Mrs. Temples Telegram'
IN ; -'- . . 1
Pay as you go plan adds to your Bank Account :
. ' ,y Where Shopping is a Pleasure , - , ,, , , t V.
Save Your Slips
To the one making the largest amount
f purchases from June 4 to June 30th,
will receive absolutely free one sack of
mothers met Thursday afternoon it
the home of Mrs. N. C. Kafoury, 949
Union street. A comparatively large
,...cuuce vi memoers was present.
Saxaphone. xylophone, violin, piano
and traps, full of pep, Friday night
armory. - i33,'
C. B. Kinkaid, manager, and H. W.
Carson, G. D. Buntin, R. O. Longwortn
and B. E Lansberry, salesmen of the
Eugene office of the Metropolitan
Life insurance company are in Sa
lem attending the staff meeting jf
me company F. O. Brownson of the
Roseburg office is also here.
Hunt's jaaz trans and th- riiik.
Jaza keep, you dancing Friday night,
armory, . is.
J. W. Ferguson, Jr., district forast
warden for Clackamas and Marion
counties, and C. C. Scott, secretary
tor tne Clackamas and Marion coun
ty forest patrol associations, were Sa
lem visitors Thursday conferring with
State Forester Elliott and County
Judge Bushey relative to the work
in this county.
Earl, Duke of Jazz, entertains Fri
day night at armory. - 133
Dance at Hurst hall Thurs. eve. Se
curity Benefit Assn. 133
J. Porter Neff. Medford attorney.
was in the city Thursday in confer
ence with State Engineer Cupper oil
Alma D. Kata, general agent for the
Mutual Life was a Thursday visitor
at Salem, .
. Help make Salem beautiful, Join
the 'Floral society. Call at Gaiuner
and Keene's, Hartman Bros., or mill
to J. Howard Zlnser. Dues $1.00 per
Representative Louis R. Bean of
Eugene who is a candidate for speak
er of the house, was a Salem visitor
Thursday. . ,.
Jay Stevens, manager of the fire
prevention bureau of the Pacific coast
is expected to arrive in Oregon about
June 14, to complete his fire preven
tion campaign which was started in
this state last fall. Stevens expects to
devote about two weeks In Oregon on
this trip, visiting a number of Oregon
towns which were not included in the
tour last fall. He will work in cooper
ation with members of the state fire
Francis J.' Clark of Portland has
successfully passed, the examination
and will be "admitted to the . West
Point Military academy according to
Information received by Governor Ol-
cott, Wednesday, from P. C. Harris,
adjutant general of the United States
army at Washington. Clark was one
of the members of the Oregon nation
al guard appointed by the governor
to take this examination.
Harrys Bowers, two years ago stu
dent body president of Willamette uni
versity, and for the past year princi
pal Kit the high school at Echo, Ore
gon, is visiting friends in Salem. Bow
ers was also a prominent member of
the glee club and men's quartet while
in the university. , .
Examinations for the seniors of
Willamette university are b-i.'ng held
this week, so as to give those who
are to graduate time to prepare for
the commencement ceremonies. The
examination schedule for tha other
students has been posted. Friday ii,id
Saturday, the 11th and 12th, and Mm
day the 14th, will be the dreaded days
for the undergraduates.
: Asserted for riding a motorcycle
m the Pacific hishway at a rate of
speed estimated at 50 miles an henc,
G.'N. Jimberfield Thursday deposited
Jn-ti.!1.0 fr ?is ap!earance :
---.. court at i . m. Fri-
aay for hearing. Jimberfield is the
second man arrested by Deputy Sher-1
smith, county traffic off
cer. and brought before Judge Cnruh '.
Efforts were being made Thursday
morning to draw a Jury for the trial,
scheduled to take place in the city
hall at J p. m of Walter McDougal,
of the Walter McDougal A company
farms, who is accused of speeding.
MeDougal was at liberty during the
day under $109 bond. When arrahmed
before Police Judge Race Wednesday!
auernoon ne pleaded not guilty to the
charge and asked a Jury trial This is
McDougal'a alleged third viohition of
the traffic ordinance governing speed
ing. The Salem band will go to Stayton
July S, Saturday, when Independence
day will be celebrated there, ana take
an active part in the celebration, Os
car A, Steelhammer, director of the
band.' said Thursday.
An expense account showing that
he spent $46.75 to conduct his cam
paign, was filed Thursday with City
Recorder Race by Verden M. Moffitt,
irarric officer and successful candi-
date in the .primary election. George
SALEM AND ALBANY
Retailers at Wholesale Prices
Commercial Street at Chemeketa
1 Commercial Street at State
10 lbs 4mber Karo ... . . ... . .... . . .. m 3
5 pounds A,jnberKaro
10 pounds CrystalW hite Karb-..12Q
5 pounds Crystal White Karo ..............g3c
Gallon Tea Garden Syrup...:.i:....$2.45
1-2 Gallon Tea Garden Syrup ...:..r. 25
5 pounds Karo Maple
10 pounds Karo Maple $1.73
Orga Corn Starchy package ......... Qc
2 pkgs. Grape Nuts . 34 C
2 Shredded' Wheat .. 28c
2 Post Toasties ...J.
2&ikg$ j. 27c
50c Large Instant Postum :39c
30c Postum 24c
Plain Postum J. .......23c
Albers Oats, large package . . -36 C
Certania Oatsf large package ....u..J..-36c
Pancake flour,, r.-...;:..:....4r"?r-t'-36 C
Cream of Wheat :............:....:.....:.....l30c
10 bags Albert Rolled
6 pounds Crisco
3 pounds Crisco ..
Pint Wesson's Oil ..........................:.39c
Quart Wesson's Oil .. . 76 C
1-2 gallon W esson's Oil ..................i....$l50
gallon Wesson's Oil
Pint M'azola Oil ....:.....................1.......38c
Quart Mazola Oil 1
1-2 Gallon Mazola Oil
Pint Douglas Oil .............:.....36c
2 Jell o. - - ...
2 Jiffy ettl29c
3 pounds Fancy Bulk
3 pounds Royal Club
The Quality Coffee of America I "
Rommhe$ W Stand
THE CAflTAL JOURNAL
D - Alderia, candidate for city soun-Uoe
cil. also filed his account
showing that he spent $5.35.
Theft nf Kit feet nt K1i.fr
hose from hia premises at the cor-
ner of Marion and? Summer . streets
was reported to' police Wednesday
evening by R. Hendricks. Efforts
were being made1 by police Thursday
to recover the stolen property.
In every ease brought to their at
tention for Investigation police strive
to arrive at some conclusion, or idea.
jot what prompted the commission of
the crime. In sine eases tt la envy.
jealousy, starvation, anger, lust but
here's a new one. Police have con
cluded that whoever committed - this
crime possesses m strong penchant for
tasty loot, and that is their only clue
on which to work. Wednesday night
Ed Young, 765 Marion street, notified
headquarters that a freeser contain
ing Ice cream had been stolen from
the rear porch of his residence some
time after- 11 p. m. 'Who Ukes Ice
cream T ' ' '"
William English, residing on run!
route 7, Salem, reported to police
Thursday that a motorcycle, bearing
license No. BAT had been abandon
ed about two and a half milen north-
east on the Silverton road. Whether
.................. -60 C
Oats ....... ..... -- -70c
.. 74 c
- ............... ..29c
There i no better coffee
than MJJ5. Coffee regard- -less
of price sWH Y?
5-Ib. tin per ib. 52c
3 -lb. tin per lb.53c
machine had been stolen, or brok-
en down and abandoned by its o s?r
was being determined during tbe day
Mrs. Curtis Cross wi; be hostess
tor a bridge t& at 'he lilihee country
club Friday afternoon at 3 o'clovk.
An enjoyable time is anticipated by
members planning to attend.
What promises to be an unusually'
attractive program will be presented
Thursday evening at the First Chris-'
tian church by the voice pupils of
Miss Lena Belle Tartar. Fourteen
'students will appear as soloists and
two. four-part choral numbers will be
sung by ladies' chorus. Gwendolyn
iiuui hu Aiigci nullum win rau-
trihnta irinlin nnmhcr. r1
tribute violin numbers and (Jordon,
Bennett will render a number of ?L-
venile songs. Miss Lucille Rosa will
be organ soloist and accompanist.
The public is Invited to attend the
concert at 1:39 o'clock.
3n tci .u. t niaMnu Titan,
BIN Shannon, and Clinton Young, thef AfflnOl Men
i' tt ut jruuiua wno rv ii,Mi 1 1 tun ini
state boys training school Sunday
night by lowering themselves from
a nupstairs window with a rope made
of bed sheets, has yet been found.
Superintendent Gilbert. In charge or
TV, U, ,,,) Th 1 ., T." , A
forts "are being made, however, to lo -
eate them. The whereabouts of the
pair nas been nara to determine be -
cause of the fact that no evidence In
dicating the way. they went after leav
ing the institution has been found.,
Any persons able to cast any light on
the whereabouts of the. pair are aski
cd o call 1257' collect. A reward Is of
fered for their return. -
" u,,.,vi, w,n, nictj,uHiOTi iiwuHucvi, infantry,
out, was found near the Southern, Corporal Irel L. Goln, enliBtcd No
Pacific depot late Wednesday night vember 11, 1917. He was wounded by
by Nipht Patrolman Victor and taken machine gun fire at the Meuse-Argon-to
police headquarters. Because the' "6 ""Z", 0" Sp'temb1- 28; 118'
number is pounded out and other ef -
torts made to obliterate identity
the- bicycle, It is believed
that it has been solen.
Two piano recitals, in which her
students will appear, will be given on
the evenings of June If and 17, Miss
Weller, teacher, announced Thurs
day. Tne recitals are free, and any
persons interested in the efforts of
he rstudents are Invited" to attend. The
place the recitals will be held has not
yet been decided upon, but later -an
nouncements will .carry thlB fact.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
AND MR. HYDE
And New Pictures
of Furniture, Riuiges, Heaters,
Rugs, Tools, etc., before you
S70 Tt. Com'l ..St. Phones S10
or 611 ,
HOME OF TXTE V1CTR6LA
You get more for your
' Money at Moore'i.
( "at thb
You iu an aero
plane a mlk in
the air while
. only fifty fxl
away the brave
man In (lie world
climb from ntm
plane to- anotlH-r j,
mtm sky p.
rau. tnc llirlil
Tlw ThmhU H of tfw Hkir
Well Known Salem
Boy And Clackamas
County Girly Wed
Herbert W. Savage at Saiem and
Miss A. Hirriet Baker of Oregon City "
were married Wednesday, June 2. atj
I St Joseph's Catholic church in Ore-
gon City. The bride is the daughter)
of Mrs. F. S, Baker of the Clackamas
city and has resided there since child j
hood. For several years she has been!
employe of the Bank of Oreton !
The bridegroom Is a member of!
tne mem fire aepartment, and dur-j
tnff thA wnrtri wnr aMr-vuA with ha
WOTlO War Served Wltn tile
1 lrvlt division in Fmn i.d r,.F
The couple are enjoying a brief
honeymoon at Newport, returning to
Saiem shortly, where they will make
File Records At
Wednesday afternoon, five ex-aerv-
ice men took advantage of the free I
Drivtlexe nrovided through the
county clerk's office and registered
j their army discharge papers.
Private Aloysius J. Beck entered the
Service May 13, 1918, and was dis
charged April 8, 1919. He served in
France, August 31, 1918, to March 1,
1919. Corporal Oscar J, Beck enlisted
April 2, 1917, and served in France,
December 11, 1917, to March 3, 1919.
Hia nrcrnntaatinn wan eommtnv T UtA
j mg, t0 Apri, 14 1918 a)d toa(.bi on
of the St, Mehiel and Meuse-ArEonne ser-
tors , . ,
Private William M. Forbls served at
Camp Fremont, Cal., entering the serv
ice September S, 1918. Private William
H. Ector, U. S. medical corps, was
stationed for a time at the post hos
pital. , .
I MEET MB
Our Remodeling Is Almost Finished
Watch for Special
In Friday's Paper
-i r'; t ;.
A l V- 4 -0 -A . ;viuaw
Snow Marks Visit Of
Recorder At Baker
County Recorder Mildred R. Kruokx
was again in her office Thursday mom
ing aftr a ten-day visit to the home
cf her won, J. Robertson liroi'kg of
Mrs, Brooks remarks that it is v ,
lainly pk-aiwnt to return to the valley
after even a brief sojourn in the ehil
ty Baker atmosphere, no niatier bow
invigorating the pure osone may be.
Recorder Brooks motored to tiw
Ifeiker county metropolis and in erod
ing the mountain ranKts drove Into a
blinding tjiiowmtorm. This wu her in-
, (juc,,lin ,0 ,ne Oregon Sr
! . .
"on ana M,, I"'w" ,no
return eo Salem.
Washington, June i. Advices today
to the state department said Franc larn
Villa, the Mexican rebel leader, was
reported to have attacked Farrul yos
terday and to have been repnied by
'the ciirrison wirh sovne Ittswa
Six $100 Liberty Bonds have
bevn lost, TJiese bonds bore ser
ial numbers I3t)8143-45-4-4H-51-62.
and all coupons had been
clipped. Any one finding Same
will please notify the city niar
shull and receive suitable re
ward. Any one knowing of any
or all of these bonds being of
fered for sale will please notify
the city marshull or nnv mem
ber of the Salem police force
lmniedintely. Across the front of
each bond was written the name
"11, Cunningham," This name
may huve been erased and In
that event there will be the
mark of the erasure. The party
who lost these bonds has, been
placed in an emliurratisintf pos
ition financially and is pvery
anxious to recover thorn, lf 'they
are returned to the city mar
shutl no questions will be asked
and the finder will be suitably
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