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IHUBSDAY, JUNE 10, 1920.
THE CAPITAL JOUKXAL
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All Around Town
June 11 Home coming jel
mtlon. Salem; all iW. ;
June 14. Salesmen's dua
eeting. Commercial club,
"jne 1-1T Two piaa. re
citals by Misa 'eller' PUP"8
b the evening
June 1 Pionew picnic
Mrs. John A. Hunt's grw.
June i s. Waldo Hllla Pte
jer association picnic, Mrs.
j T. Hunt', grove, It miles
of Salens aH day; open to
'"june 15-41 North Pacific
district assembly of the
Church of the Nazarena.
June 25- Shrine day in Sa
lem and Willamette valley.
upon retiring Tuesday night, nuns hie
trousers over the back ol a chair in
his room in a local hotel. He noticed
that the wallet was in the pocket
then. When he arose in the morning
it was gone. All doors and windows
in the room were locker, he claims.
Court House News
y( I. Needham,' receiver, et al vs
Valker V. Hihee, agent. Complaint.
Daily Statistics ,
BARRCharles .A. Barr, age 69, at
his home five miles south of Salem
"Wednesday. Funeral at chapel of
Kigdon & Son at 2 p. m. Friday.
Burial in City View cemetery.
jnTTY Nicholas Mitty, 82, at his
home in Eola Wednesday night.
Funeral at chapel of Webb &
Clough Saturday at 2 p. m.
Love, Jeweler, watchmaker, Salem.
Boy over 18 years wanted at Gray
A brown leather sample case con
taining wares of value was stolen from
an auto driven by D. J. Foote of
Portland, as it was left parkea ,n
front of the White House restaurant
State street, Wednesday evening. Mr.
Foote had entered the restaurant to
get a meal, and upon returning to the
machine he discovered his loss.
The women residing in the vicinity
of the 900 block on Trade street recov
ered sufficiently from their fright
Thursday they failed to appear at po
lice headquarters and make corn
Plaint against Frank Dixon, colored,
who was arrested Wednesday night
by Officer Victor on their request A
bond of $10 paid by Dixon was re
funded. Police believe that the wo
men residing in. the neighborhood
were naturally frightened when they
saw a negro in the dark, and that
there was no real cause for anxiety.
Percy A. Cupper, state engineer,
went to Portland today on official
business and will remain over Fri
day to attend the session of the drain
Special meeting of Pacific
lodge No. 50. A. F. & A. M.
this evening. Work in the
F. C. degree. -- . , 139
CLEAN VP SALE
Leghorns, Reds. Rocks Buttercups C.
N. Needham, 55S State St. 139
Wanted 10 experienced girls for
waitresses, good wages. Canton Cafe,
Call at 153 High St. 144
"Wesley Hammond, son of Rev. E. S.
Hammond of the Kimball school of
Theolosry, Is visiting his parents from
The next dance at Auburn will be
June 19th for the national gypsy tour
for motorcycle riders. An entire new
five piece orchestra. No dance Sat
srday night, 139'
The home of better service, moder
ate prices and largest stock. Webb &
Clough, funeral directors.
"E. O. McCormick, vice president of
the Southern Pacific, accompanied by
Jin. McCormick -and John M. Scott,
general passenger agent, arrived from
San Francisco on their special car
Thusday and spent the day visiting
Balem. They eturn to Ban Francises
tonight, after a visit to Albany,
Automatic Ice cream freezers save
work and worry. Why not try one.
Bent on three days' trial. C. S. Ham
Traveling bags and other luggage,
El Hamilton's. 140
Dance at Dreamland Sat. May 12.
. . 141
The' funeral for Mrs. Mildred Mott,
age 39, for years a nurse, was held at
the chapel of Rigdon & Bon at 8 p.
m. Thursday. ' Rev. T. 6. Anderson
conducted the services. Burial was in
City View cemetery. Mrs, Mott, who
las been a resident of Salem for the
past two years, died at her home, 277
.North Church street, Tuesday ve
aing. She came to Salem from Minne
apolis, and leaves no relatives here
Refrigerators, only a few left at
the old price. Hamilton's. 140
Wanted, present . address of Mrs
TSundstrom who moved from Salem to
Portland about March 1918. Address
Box Address' Capital Journal. . 140
Get vour Elks and Shriners auto
afliator emblems at the Marion gar
age. . H3'
"Walter Lebold, driver for the Stand
ard Cleaning and Dying establlshmen
and Phillip Jaskoski, driving an auto
failed to take into consideration the
fact that there is an active traffic
officer in the city when they under
took to race on east State street Wed
nesday. As a result police had '35
from each of them Thursday which
they will hold until the boys appear
in police court to answer to Traffic
Officer Moffitt's charge of speeding.
Karl Duke of Jazz, . Salem's live en
tertainer for dancing, Friday night,
rmory. Ladies free. , 139
The "Revelation" harmony six play
at Moose hall Saturday night, dancing.
Barley C. Pugh. - 139'
Dance .at Dreamland Bat. May 12.
Collision of a truck he was driving
with a boy riding a bicycle was re
ported to police Wednesday evening
T M. Ransom. The accident occurred
t Center and Capitol streets. - No
mage was done to either the boy
Tickle dance Fri. night, armory.
The nights of nights is Friday
leht for dancing at armory. 139'
Mr. Guy Pragher for pep on the
Iano Friday night at armory. 139
Investigation of the loss of a wallet
ontaining $15 in checks and curren
cy, along with other valuable papers,
,ro" A. M. Hand, of the Portland
Bee4 company, was occupying atten
tion of police here Thursday. Hand,
CLEAN CP SALE
"gnorns, Reds, Rocks Buttercups. C.
Needham, 558 Stte St. 139
8&mmm Meet Me at Miller's
"THE FALSE ROAD"
'According to our policy of buying right, and selling on close
margins, making quick turn overs, we make announce
ment of a
BIG SELLING EVENT
GEORGETTE CREPE, CREPE DE CHINE AND LINGERIE WAISTS
We have put these waists and blouses in 4 lots, priced at
This means snappy selling and we advise Early Shop
ping while the assortment and sizes are complete
Miss Washburn "of New York, special representative of the ,Butterick Publishing
Co., is with us for a few days with an extra special inducement on America's Great
est Home Magazine "The Delineator." This magazine is the recognized leader among
those who closely follow the fashions and are particular in how they dress.
Invaluable hints for the housekeeper, menus, interesting stories by America's great
est writers,' in fact the magazine teems with valuable information and interest.
No home should be without The Delineator. For a few days only
3 JIMM1' II 'L .
Better Quality )
And .Worth More, j
'IPOliJ'E) IPi lis
The4supt?ribrity of these
improved com flakes win
because of more attract
ive flavor, firmer texture
and greater satisfaction
in nourishing value.
"Vou'll like these best of all
corn flakes and
ATry Tells Why
MadeJryPosbam Cereal Ca.Inc3at.tle Creek Mich
leiter Rice, Roseburg attorney, is
a business visitor in the Ctipil.il Ct'.y
S.C STONE, ED.
and does a general office practice
Office Tyler's Drug Store
157 South Commercial Street
Tor the Balance of this week ' we will be able to make'de-
liveries of Hupmobile Cars V J
scar i& . umgrwn
iVlotov 0 I ive IO.
m CoaH Sired ." .'','" .'T Salem, Oregon,
STATE P, STREET , . . e Rllfu n-j, R;U;n
XfCar Stale apt
The players in the Salem
Tennis Tournament used
Their shape is perfect!
Their balance is right!
Ask to see them. Over 20
models, priced from $1.50
The Economic Store
Friday and Saturday Bargains
Where you'll find some remarkable bargains in W omen's
'Apparel, including Misses and Women's Coats, Suits,
Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Trimmed Hats, etc., consisting
principally of broken lines and discontinued numbers tak
en from our regular stock.
TA Rousing Sale of Women's Remarkable Values in Wo-
Dresses men's Suits
Special Group of Misses' and Women's This Season's Smartest Moleds in Serge,
Messaline, Taffeta Silk, Georgette and Gabardine, Velours and Jersey Cloth
Crepe de Chine Dresses, simply trimmed, Suit3 ma(je principally with narrow belts,
for street and afternoon wear some in ' . d ,th braid and-buttons, near-
belted models, braid trimmed, long or "u " . ti nn
Voile Dresses House Trimmed Voile Waists
$4.95 Dresses Hats $2.75 79c
Misses' and Worn- $1.98 Misses' and Worn- Twenty five dozen
en's organdie and Great big of en's sailor hats in a new and pretty
voile dresses. Dark apron9 and house variety of colors voile waists. Vai-
and light colors, dre8ses new and and HiZC8( Values ues $1.50 and $1.75
former price $9.75. tty 6esigm $3 t $5 F k and Frlday and Sat.
Friday and Satur- value8i Friday and w Satur(la urday
S4.95 $1.98 . S2.75 79c
$2.50 and $3 Mis
ses and Women's
Middy Blouses in
sizes 5C to 40. Val
ues to $3.00. Friday
Special group of
good quality Georg
ette waists selected
from regular stock.
Values to $7.50
Friday and Saturday
$5 and $5.50 khaki
skirts. Extra heavy
and durable. Values
$5.50. Friday and
good fitting cover
alls. All sizes. Spec
ial, Friday and Sat
sweaters in a var
iety of colors and
styles. $7.50 values
Friday and Satur
Black and colored
regular values $1.75
and $2. Friday and
Misses and Wom
en's two-piece ging
ham dresses in
and colors. Guar
anteed to give sat
isfaction. Values to
$9.00. Sale price
Good quality navy,
brown, taupe and .
black poplin skirts.
Regular value $7.50
Sikm's Greatest Women's Apparel Stare
(The Old White Corner)