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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
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' rsKy alumni banquet. Hotel
janTl-17--Tw0 plan0 "
by Miss Wellsfs pupils.
June 17. lows" Picnic st
I rsirgrounds. , ,
Hat IS. Pioneer picnic.
John A. Hunt' frOT.
,.waldn Hilla Plo-
-mt association picnfc. Mrs.
iT Hunts grove U miles
salem. all day; open to
"jEt 15-!l-Kortb Pacine
! iwrict assembly ot the
! chare" of the Naiarene.
! June 25. Shrine aay in 8a-
las and Willamette valley.
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Ctowf House 'iVews
gts Industrial Accidemnt com
bos vs Guy H. Wilson. Complaint
Cora Eletha Davis vs Barnet Frank
g, Davis- Motion.
t E. Simmons vs W. E. Potter et
Claude Cole vs T. B. Dean. Amend
John Arneson vs T. B. Dean. Amend
John Werner, estate. Semi-annual
Elmer A. Wilson, 23. of Burk, Ida
jo, a trainman, to Dora Heglen, 23,
of 1164 North Front street Miles R.
Holland, 41. Salem route 1, a farm
g, to Lora M. Looney, 25, of 975 D
itreet. Walter Lellemanler, 25, of
Hubbard, a farmer, to Florence Ston
, 22. of Aurora. Alfred Harris, 43,
il Chatonville, Wis., a laborer, to
Hary Frances Harris, 59, of Salem.
Vmien M, Moffitt, 28, of 806 North
High atreet, traffic officer, to Nellie
bdicott, 21, of 326 North Liberty.
to a contract calling for the delivery
of a quantity of onions to the firm
of Mangis Brothers, Salem. In his com
plaint, Mr. Aspinwall claims that the
Salem firm received a certain t,uan
tity of the onions and then delayel
culmination of the contract with the
result that the tear bringing vegeta
bles were damaged by the December
frosts. The commission firm denied
these conditions in Its filed answer.
The North Pacific assembly of the
Nazarene church opened in Salem
Tuesday morning, at the church at
17th and Marion streets. The opening
meeting was" presided over by Dr. J.
W. Goodwin of Pasadena, Cal., gen
eral superintendent of the district.
Special singing has been arranged for
the conference, which will end on
Monday June 21. About 200 out -f
town delegates are in Salem for the
detected by their futnr
ments. according to the Idaho offi
cer. Their car was enclosed with four
paneled side curtains and there was a
"Gates Half Sole" on the rear right
Joseph Albert of the Capital Na
tional bank of this city, represented
the bank at the Oregon State Bank r
association in Eugene Tuesday. I-aild
& Bush and the Salem Bank of Com
merce did not send delegates to the
The commencement exercises of
Sacred Heart academy will be held
Wednesday evening in the auditorium
of the public high school. As usual, i
high class program has been prepar
ed for the occasion. Reverend Fath
er Deruin, assistant pastor of St.
Joseph's church, "will deliver the grai
uation address. Hundreds of invita
tions have been issued for the ex r
cises tomorrow evening.
In the presence of immediate rela
tives and a few friends, Verden M.
Moffii, traffic officer; and Miss Nellie
Endieott, both of this city, were mar-'
ried at noon today at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Moore. 1835 Center
street. Rev. H. N. Aldrich. of the
Leslie Methodist Episcopal church,
officated, using the ring ceremony.
Mrs. Henry Bolinger, sister of the
bride, acted as bridesmaid and Elmei
L Terrill was groomsman. Among
the guests at the wedding were Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Moffit, Mrs. M. L.
Prunk, Mrs. A. W. Blackburn, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Moore and a number of
out of town guests.
Immediately after the ceremony Mr,
and Mrs. Moffit left by auto for Port
land and a motor trip to Cascadia
where they will be the guests of rela
tives for several days. Upon their re
turn they will make their home at S25
North Liberty street.
'Are Saved From
Portlani Or., June 15. Warrants
for the deportation of Frank Cusack
and Frederick William Fry, members
of the communist labor party, have
been canceled by order of the de
partment of labor, it was announced
here today by W. F. Watkins, immi
Cusack and Fry were arrested in
January when the headquarters of
the communist-labor party Were raid
ed by government officials. Cu-ack
later escaped while being treated for
rheumatism at a local hospital. Fry
was found guilty ot criminal syndi
calism with other alleged "reds" in
the circuit court but his sentence was
These two cancellations now clear
the records against the group, which
was held for deportation following
Lot, jeweler, watchmaker, 8alem.
Ot your Elks and Shrlnera nuto
niiator emblems at the Marlon gar-
Rev. J. M. Hixson of Nookisack,
Wash., is In Salem in attendance on
the commencement exorcises at Wil
lamette and also at the reunion of the
class of '15, of which he is a member.
Rev. Hixson had the Balston charge
In Polk county during his course of
study at Willamette. Mrs. Hixson, who
was very active here in connection
with the Jason Lee church circle
plans to visit in Salem in the near
future. WTille here, Rev. Hixson is
stopping at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. E. C. Bushness, Kingwood
Arthur Wilson, former manager of
Ike Postal Telegraph company in this
dtj who is well known here, Is spend
ing a few days visiting in Salem. Mr.
Vilaon is now associated with the-l
FnmMin-Kline advertising agency of
London, England. He is on his way
lo Koby, Japan. His home is in London.
Tbs home of better service, moder
iti prices and largest stock, Webb &
Ough, funeral directors,
Bte- auction sale tomorrow. Wed
nesday 16th, 1:30 p. m. at 630 N. Z4th
A J. Davidson, 143
Permit to build a 1500- airplane
kugar at the aviation field on 17th
sreet between Jefferson and Madl-
streets was taken out at the city
recorder's office Tuesday morning. by
tie Webfoot Aircraft company.
8ee Davidson's big auction add;
Ble tomorrow, Wednesday 16th, 1:30
m, 630 N. 24th St. - 143
Wednesday night, M0030 hall. 143
The annual basket supper of Bap
tist church members will be held
Tuesday evening at the Fairgrounds,
s was announced Tuesday morning.
Scores of people are expected to be
Wednesday night, Moose hall, that
trmony sextett. the "Revelation1
lurmony six, plays novelties for danc-
W- , 143
Clrl wanted at the Spa.
Big Reward Posted
For Men Guilty Of
Recent Idaho Crime
Sheriff W. L Needham has receiv
ed a special notice from Oeorge E.
Mabey, sheriff of Bannock county,
Idaho, asking that motorists and gar
age men of the Willamette valley
keep a lookout for the two men who
committed an atrocious crime near
Bancroft, Idaho, on the night of May
While asleep in their Ford, Mr.
and Mrs. F. I. Jennings were each
shot through the head four times, a
.380 automatic pistol being used. The
murdered man was a typewriter and
adding machine salesman and with
his wife were on a spring vacation.
Previous to the discovery of the
crime, two "rough looking charac-
acters" in a larger car were seen
near the Jennings' stopping place.
Only a meager description of the men
is available. Tracks from the larger
car to a nearby farm tractor ahow
that the pair had stolen a quantity
of gasoline and oil from the tractor.
After the crime, the murderers
took $40 and a watch bearing the ini
tials "F. D,- J." from the person of
the murdered man. They also paused
to siphon 10 gallons of gasoline from
the Jennings car.
Sheriff Mabey offers $1000 reward
for Information leading to the arrest
of the pair, who had previously in
dicated in another town that ttuy
were traveling south. They were evi
dently traveling under cover and may
Ten girls for tables at the
Grand Opening of the New Can
ton Cafe at 162 1-2 North Com
mercial See Dr. Li Yick, 153
South High street.
Attending to business having to do
ith the decorating .of Shriner and
Bos Festival automobiles, C. B.
hnoey, King BIng of the Cherrians,
sft Monday night for Portland. He
Wl return in two days.
Sx novelty artists, -in music for
"Ming. Wednesday night, Moose
II. "Revelation" harmony six. 143
Misi Ruth Ross, 'who has been in
lem for the past week as the guest
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ross, of 333 South 17th street,
for her home in Portland Tues-
morning. She was accompanied
J her small cousin, Master Harlan
J"1 who will remain as her guest
John n-trnv . - - - -nj
Knu .rump xiiugie,
j Tuesday for Astoria where they
secured employment during- the
"mr months. Both young men
" graduated from the local high
"1 last week. They plan to attend
r the University of Oregon or
" Agricultural College next year.
J. Derbyshire, city attorney of
r" Bend, is a business visitor In
J. B. Venator of Lakeview, attor-
iMi..the "tate ,and board, was a
Wtor in Salem, Monday,- in
jjwtatlon with Attorney General
tH' W M" Smith and Mrs- Lrena
went to Portland Tuesday, where
JJ7 H1 attend the session of the
Krand chapter of the Eastern
June 15 w 17.
ca" of Mark Aspinwall against
TaJ? Brthers was being heard
before a jury in department
. circuit court. Judge George O.
ni presiding. The action refates
"why chavgf. torn
:15. 7:13 and 9;15 P.M.
v i iVr
Which Many 'Are
Are often the direct result of
defective vision. And this does
not mean that you see poorly,
but rather that your eyes are
functioning under difficulties
that bring eye-strain and the at
If men and women were more
careful with their eyes, making
certain to give them .every pos
sible aid in the arduous duties
of making vision possible if
these men and women would
take the little time necessary to
have their eyes examined, and
If needed fitted with glasses,
then there would be many less
headaches and other discom
fiture. ' ,
The work of the eyesight
specllalst Is a professional ser
vice. He studies and knows the
eye and its ailments Just as the
surgeon or the physician knows
the anatomy of the human body.
The eyesight specialist is a spec
ialist whose business It is to
If you want professional ser
vice in administering to the
most delicate and important or
ganism of your body, bring your
Henry E. Morris
Entrance at room 205 Bank of
Hawkins & Roberts
How the Farm Loan Benefits
Both Farmer and Investor
We loan money to farmers to assist
them to buy land, livestock, -make im
provements and generally expand their
business. These have been the reasons
back of our loans since our foundation
Money invested in our farm loans is
a desirable investment for the following
1. Their safety and convenience.
2. Their security is the basis of all
3. By financing the farmer we in
crease food production and increase the
value of. the country in which we live.
4. The interest yield is most satis- .
factory considering the safety and satis
faction of the investment.
Hawkins & Roberts
205 Oregon Bldg. Salem, Ore.
t Notice To Lyceum Ticket Holders t
t A refund will be made to those who still hold Lyceum tick- $
t ets at the Armory box office on Wednesday June 16, from ?
I 4 p. m. to 8 p. m.
New Show Today
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"Jacques of the Silver North"
Where Sky and Mountains Meet
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL "WANT' ADS PAY
"You Can Bank on It"
says the Good Judge
You will save
money by using
the Real Tobacco
Chew. The full,
rich tobacco taste
lasts so long, you don't
need a fresh chew nearly
Smaller chews, too, and
more genuine satisfac
tion. Any man who uses the
Real Tobacco Chew will
tell you that.
Put up in two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
Meet Me at Miller's 3B8B8888863B
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Our showing is most complete.' The quality is of
the best and the patterns possess a charm and in
dividuality only found in High Grade Merchan
dise. Priced from
50c to $2.00
Extra Special Delineator Offer
For a few days only, Miss Washburn of New York, special
representative of the Butterick Publishing Co., has a most
interesting proposition. It is a big money saver. Take advantage.
Good Goods, t
Of this great event continues to draw hundreds of Salem,
Marion and Polk county residents, realizing the enormous
savings we offer
Free Sugar , SALE
Save your sales slips, some
one will receive a sack. of -
Bugar J ,
l Dress Goods
Men's Suits I "f $1.98
Men's $35 suits CI Q Kfl Spem1, yd r,
cut to - 2,10,011 Ginghams, special 29c
Boys' suits 4,85 yard
Home Journal Patterns
Acknowledged by all ladies as the only ,
Exclusive Style Pattern
Complete in every detail, at this store
Peoples Cash Stores
FOR MEN AND
Here are a few of the
Men's tan calf English last, reg
ular $12.00, now
Men'g tan calf, English last reg
ular $9.00, now ...i
Men's black calf, English last,
regular $12, now .........
Men's gun metal, English last,
regular $9.00, now
Men's gun metal, square toe, reg
ular $9.00, now
Men's heavy work shoe, reg
ular $8.75, now
Men's heavy work shoe, reg
ular $9.00, now -
Men's elk hide outing shoe,
regular $4.75, now '-
many values you will find at our
Men's Split outing shoes, reg
ular $3.50, now
Boys' army, tan or black, reg- fl? K ftri
ular $7.00, now OO,V0
Boys' chocolate English last, reg- gJ K A
ular $7.50, now DU.UV
Boys' black combination last, CJC (kK
regular $6.95, now VO.JO
Boys' outing Split, regular CI Qnj
$3.00, now . vl..VO
Boys' square toe, corker last, ? 4 Krt
regular $5.50, now
These shoes are all Standard Brands and
Guaranteed all leather.
"What you buy, we stand by."
MEN'S STOP-E r'?VK ' - " AM STATE STOi: j!