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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1915)
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X-SSS : : i I Fruits. Peanuts and Poocorn. it J It
Practical Watch, Maker,
Jeweler and Engraver
Diamond setting a specially.
I also cary a
nice line of
and many other
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372 State Street
T We have all Uuds of Xraas Cakes
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I 240 S. Commercial. Phone 378 1
I Fine Imported OMna Sewing
Baskets flllod with our boat
Candies $2.50 Thla would make
an Ideal Xmas present.
Pancy Box Candies from
2PC to $10.00
4 our Lunches are without an
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I Salem Royal
Owing to congested freight
conditions on account of the
closing of the Panama Canal,
wo are obliged to nse plain
wrappers on our bread, until
about February lBth, when our
printed wrappers are due to ar
rive. Ask for Salem Royal Bread.
ROYAL ARCH TO INSTALL.
Multnomah Chapter No. 1, lioyul
Arch Mucous, will hold its unnuul in
Htulliitiuu ol' officers Wednesday even-
,m, December I!2. Henry li. Tuiclncii,
ipast grand high priest, will servo as in
I stalling of l icer, and hot L. Pcarcc,
I past grand high priest, as grand mar
! shall. Tho officers to bo installed uro
' as follows:
Excellent high priest, Hay i Hich-
(ardson; king, Glenn C. Niles; scribe,!
'Urnrgo ('. Urnwiij cnjitain of hosts, O.
I A. Olson; principal soujonrner, Walter j
!('. Wiuslow; royal urch captain; C. W.j
jlrrickj niastiT tliircl veil, Mem i
I'curee; master seconil veil, Karl C.j
iinimcuis; master first veil, David A. i
Wright; treusurer, W. II. Dancy, fee-!
Iretury, Russell AT. lliooks; sentinel '
WEST WOODBUBN ELECTION
Tiiomlny was election day ut'West
Woodburn,'tho following officers being
elected: .lohn McCormick, mayo(;
Krank 1'roctor. recorder: Joo Me t or-
treasurer; r. A. Itauer, marsiini;
Vincent, Albert Otterstroin, C'hus.
Albert OttPrstroni, ( nas Ot-
terstrnm, Atlen I'roetor and A. li. t.ros-
CAPITAL .TOTRNAL. SALEM.
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New York, Dec. 21. Colonel
Roosevelt will enst his well
known hat into - the ring ia
March, declared Orninby M:
HiirK, onto treasurer of the
bull moose party, today. In
fact, said MvIIarg, everything
was set at the Gary dinner
Friday night for the colonel's
candidacy. At that time,
Roosevelt named Iladley, Knox
and Hughes as his favorites
because he wants to divide the
field and then canter home
with the nomination ' himself,
HOTEL OEABHAKT ON FIRE
Tortland, Or., Dec. 21 Tho
big summer resort hotel at.
Gearhart is afire, according to
a report which reached hero
just before tho wires went
down at 8 o'clock this morning.
Tiie report camo from the op
erator at Gearhart to tho North
Pank dispatcher here. Astoria,
Gearhart and Seasido were shut
off from wiro communication.
Details of tho firo aro lack
ing. A heavy gale was blowing
off the coast this morning.
What About a Beal Xmas Gift
A phonograph that plays any f
disc record on the market. Took
the prize at San Francisco for
clearness and sweetness of tone, t
Will play soft or loud without
changing the needles. Hear this
OKpftN. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 22. 1915.
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To your homo this Xmas. See
the finest lino of pianos in Sa
lem at 421 Court street, formerly
occupied by Howard Piano Co.
"Quality" is our motto. Terms
to nult everyone.
f Cherrington &
421 Court Street
FERN RIDGE NOTES
W. M, Kicgmiind, of Hnleni, visited at
Lone I'iiio tarm tho firHt of the week.
John Apple, Jr., Algie Muss and
Laurence1 Nicgmund visited several days
luet week at the Olius. Apple home near
Miss Grace Hettinger is in Sal1
tukiug the teachers' examination.
('undine, Mertii and Laurence S'iig
mund spent I'ridny und Huturday ia SSn -loin.
The funnels in this vicinity have
been much unnoyed the past couple of
weeks by dogs killing their sheep.
Jus. Keeker niid wile and H. G. Sieg-
mund and family were Sunday visitdi's!
at llio Jos. Hilberuiigel heme at Howell. I
A rari'iit-Teachers' meeting was held
at llowell last Friday afternoon. Stay-
KILLED HUSBAND AND SELF
Walla Walla, Wash., Dec. 22. As the
result of a jeulous quarrel, Mr, and Mrs.
Kny Lnmaii are dead today, I.nman was
a bartender, Dressed in man's clothes
Mrs. T.amnn last night called him to the
front of the saloon, shot him, fired nt
Policeman Croft, who tried to interfere, i
and then killed herself.
cy Christmas iil
Are just the thing for Gifts See Our Display
New Christmas Novelties 20c Each.
First Time Shown in Salem
A Large Assortment of
Ikautiful Poinsettias, Cyclamen, Primroses, Ferns, I
rairas, mc. ueautiiy the
with a nice
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Will there be a Victrola in Your Home This Xmas
The Only Instrument.
The Victrola is the only instrument for which the
world's greatest singers and instrumentalists make
records. ' -
The only instrument they consider able to do full
justice to their magnificent voices and superb art.
The Victrola is the only instrument on which you
can hear the greatest artists in your own home just
as clearly and true to life as if you were hearing
them on the opera concert or theatrical stage.
We will ghdly demonstarte or play any record for
you at any time.
Wiley B. Allen
R. F. PETERS, Mgr.
IVIa's Apple Butter
The kind your mother's grandmother used to make,
Made by Commercial Cider Works.
If your grocer hasn't it, phone 2104. Also Pure Apple Cider for
everybody. Remember you should have a barrel in your basouicut. Now
Is the time while we have apples.
A Commercial Cider Works
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home during Holidays'
Phone 381 i
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