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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1920)
TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1920.
Bringing Up Father-By George McManus
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
rhicago, June 15. The republican
-mnaicn for the election of Senator
barren G. Harding to the presidency
vas launched touay i nauuiuu com
mittee headquarters here. While
Airman Will H. Hays conferred
with Captain Victor Heintz. regional
director, and other leaders, the com
mittee moved from the coliseum
fcack to its campaign headquarters in
, downtown hotel and cleared desks
at convention matters in preparation
lor the coming drive.
The first lot of 5,000,000 lithograph
d the candidate will be ready for dis
tribution this week. Chairman Mays
announced. The paper was purchase;!
md cut several months .ago' and
'pictures and autographs of all the
(tndidates obtained. By a strange co
incidence the printer who won the
contract chose Senator Harding's pic
ture to demonstrate his work.
'Airl In Pnnr Dtvc
A study just completed by the state Local Lad. Willard
Industrial accident commission shows jw 11 T IT j j '
that claims for workmen's compensa-" Hall. IS V aUUCVllle
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tion are now yam mtum u ra6 jY -,, ! '
np.ammp.r in h n ct , y toot.
" "Eugene or bust,"
starring in a headliner sketch.
Under the Apple Tree" in eastern
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IU. HIDE WE NONE H wn" TY1 1 I ' St-rvice, to.
lShr V V w,tme- r ! tomorrow )" ( .-v- V wmtovo ;
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"There are millions who will rise
and respond to the defense of our col
ors when our country is in Imminent
danger," said Mr. Davey, "but the
need of the hour is loyalty to Ameri
can institutions in times of peace."
The history and eulogy of the flag
were read by Frank Wrightman.
of 4.1 days after the same have been
iled. More than half of the claims
are paid within two days after being
filed. The study also shows that em
ployers reports on accident are filed
In an average of 12 days, the work
men's report in an average of 15.8 days
and the physician's report in an aver
age of 9 days. The study shows a
marked improvement in the handling
of claims by the department over tio
figures resulting from a similar study
conducted last December. '
Gas Is Nothing To
Pretty Hikers Who
Visit In This City
The gas shortage means nothing to
Several Lewis and Clark-ish garbed
young women conspicuous because of
garment, gait, pack and pulchritude
arrived in. Salem Monday, chaperoned
by an elderly woman, on their way to
Elks Program For
Flag Day Brings
Out Large Crowd
Telling members of the American
Legion present that it was up to them
to forestall any and all propaganda
destined to undermine the stability of
free American instiutions, and declar
ing that the flag has been and will
always be the symbolic em!em of
American thought, Frank Davey, Mon
day night, delivered the memorial flag
day address at the exercises offered by
the Benevolent and Protective Ordei
of Elks. A large crowd was present.
Very impressive was the building of
the liberty bell in the color design of
the Elks. Exalted Auler E. A. Kurtz
presided at the ceremonies. M"s. Hallie
Purrlsh Durdall sang, "The Star
read the slognu
on some of the young lactic s caps.
"From their business-like stride. 1
vaudeville, Willard Hall, a former t .- would say It will be Eugene," an ob-
lorn Vi ! rVi a.1inil hn nml . itr 1 . .
..& ww.vv. wvjr pun ui in., server remarKeu.
and Mrs. Joseph Hall of this city, is Tha young ladies were about Salem
making good o,n big time circuit. He streets for several hours during the
is now appearing in Boston and recent- day.
ly finished an engagement in the Keith .
theater on Fifth avenue. He la 21 Itnly Fixes Claims,
years old. Paris, June 15. Italy's claims on
Mr. Hall made his initial appear- reparations paid by the central em-
ance before the footlights in the Ore- pires including pensions, has been fix.
gon theater in Salem. Later he went ed at 60,600,000,000 lire (normally
to San Francisco and finally to New 'about $12,120,000,000) (according to
A brother, Emmett Hall, a member
of the marine corps is tournlng Europe
with an official party of the army,
navy and marines.
Rome dispatches to newspapers here.
The district officers of the Kiwanis
will visit the local club at Eugene next
t Where the Pay as You Go plan was originated for your
JJ. G. Shipley Co.
Quality Merchandise Popular Prices t
Trunks, Bags, Suit - "Walfelt".
Cases f j T,kM p'1" f houM
Music Rolls and Brief Cases, at t J Un,n for lM
Hamilton's Max 0. Buren
340 Court Street . . . A7? Nortt Commercial
L M HUM i H03E OWNERS AND t
I Yirh Tnn ft Now iB the Tlme t0 lnstaU the
L Z i "L HOME PIPELESS HOT
HM mlllTL aur . AIR FURNACE
Op.o Bunda, from X. . ,
HI South High Street Tne s,ore of Housewares
lalem, Oregon. Phon III 135 N. Liberty St Phon 67
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: REPUBLIC TRUCKS ; DREAMLAND
j; With Parts and Service :: RINK
;: W. H. Hildebrandt & Co. :: :: SATx,Asv "wghts i!
I . . ; Distributors SUNDAY AFTERNOON ;
t Marion County Polk County ' '. Llles Skates Fr"!"T -
; ; ... . . Night.
',, 2T9 N. Conimercitil St- Sulcni " ' , , , . - ,,
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The Thrift of a
A X W E L L
comes from its special steels
Nearly 400,000 owneri know
well how thrifty a Maxwell
Men in the trade in selling
other can often use the expres
ion Maa thrifty as a Maxwell."
Special steels are the under
lying cause of Maxwell's thrift.
These are steels, made to
Maxwell's own formulae, after
years of tests, analysis and study,
which make possible the ideal
construction of great strength
fend light weight
They giro a Maxwell the
ability to stand wear, strain,
twists and jolts that other cars
much larger and heavier would
have difficulty to resist.
But they make a Maxwell
light. They eliminate weless
weight; they ease the burden
on the engine and thus gas, oil
and tires render long mileage
Hence, the ever growing re
spect and admiration for
Maxwell the world ever; and
its consequent fast growing
numbers. Nearly 400,000 in
UM todry; a year hence 500,000.
S71 Court Street
Pales conducted sverywhere, Farm
sales 1 percent; city sales 6 percent.
We iav you money on advertising
CoL W. F; Wright Auctioneer
BOMB Or THE VICTROLA
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
TOR LONT3 DISTANCB
WB ALSO DO LOCAL
Also Junk of All Kinds
Best Prices Guaranteed
'Capital Junk Co.
Tha Square Deal Roum
171 Chemtketa St. Phono til
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tit North Commercial atreet
Sewing Machines All
270 N. Commercial
THERE IS NO DISPUTING THE POINT, EVERY ONE KNOWS WHA T
Means to our Thousands of Loyal Pat: Marx, Michael Sterns and David Ad-
rons Throughout Linn, Plok and Mar- Urs Clothing, "Just Wright" Shoes,
ion Counties. The Prices we are quot- . , . , rr t
intare on strictly high grade . mer- Stetson and Mallory Hats-Seleci ih(
chandise, such as Hart Schaffner & from our entire stock while you may
At a Straight Discount of 20 and More
20 and More Off
All Men's Suits
Hart Schaffner & Marx, Michael Stern
and David Adler makes of cassimeres,
Cheviots, Worsteds and Blue Serges
All Men's $25.00 Suits are
All Men's $30.00 Suits are
All Men's $35.00 Suits are
All Men's $40.00 Suits are ,
All Men's $45.00 Suits are
All Men's $50.00 Suits are
All Men's $60.00 Suits are......
All Men's $65.00 Suits are......
All Men's $70.00 Suits are
All Men's $75.00 Suits are
200 Men's Suits
Regular $25.00, $30.00, $35.00, $40.00, $50
and $60 suits staple or young men's models
Less 33V3 Per Cent
You Have , Heard
That there are no $25.00 suits 1
to be had. We have them and All Men's $ 4.00 trousers, now....(g(J 2Q
are semne tnem at
I au Men s $ o.uu trouHers, now..
Men's Union Suits
', : All Men's $ 6.00 trousers, now..
; : All Men's $ 7.00 trousers, now..
; ; All Men's $ 8.00 trouHers, now..
'. '. All Men's $ 9.00 trousers, now..
; ; All Men's $10.00 trousers, now..
ihOl.yO t Men's Athletic Union Suits, i AH Men's $12.50 trousers, now.. j;i A AA
qqq.VO t . . NninBri.1. . t. All Men's $15.00 trousers, now....(C1 0 AA
. , tDA.VW
Stetson and Mallory Hats
20 Off All Boys I;
Bishop's Tailored Suits for Boys,
Ages 6 to 17
All Boys $14.00 Suits are $H,20 t
All Boys' $15.00 Suits are $12.00 t
AU Boys' $16.00 Suits are $12.80
All Boys $17.00 Suits are CI 0CA t
All Boys' $18.00 Suits are $14.40 t Men' Wack SX' n0t mm in
All Boys' $19.00 Suits are $15.20
All Boys' $20.00 Suits Are $16.00 ; :
All Boys' $22.50 Suits are. 18.00
All Boys' $25.00 Suits are.-. 20.00
B. V. D. and Poros Knit Shirts
and Drawers, regular $1.00
Men's 25c Sox
the lot, will be placed on sale
We carry one of the largest assortments
J In Oregon. They range from $5.50 to $9
Less 20 Per Cent
1 20 Off Men's Dress
We carry the Celebrated "Just Wright"
bhoes for Men all styles, latest lasts,
Priced as follows:
All Men's $10.00 Shoes, now j g QQ
All Men's $12.00 Shoes, now ...( g gQ ,
f All Men's $13.50 Shoes, now..... (PI A OA
All Men's $15.00 Shoes, now..... 00
All Men's $16.00 Shoes, nw---$12 gQ
All Boys' $6.50 Shoes, now Q
All Boys $7.50 Shoes, now ..Pg A A
All Boys' $8.50 Shoes, now gg gQ
All Boys' $10.00 Shoes, now 800
C P. BISHOP, Salem Woolen Mills Sto