Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, April 26, 1918, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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FRIDAY. AFEIL 26, 1918.
for you in ,
Bed Spreads and Sheets
. These prices, and a look at the goods, will convince
any one that they are certainly remarkable values.
72x72 inch Crochet Bed Spreads at
82x92 inch Crochet Bed Spreads at ,
Then you will find other Crochet Spreads
at $05, $1.49, $1.98. $2.25
72x92 inch Marseiles Spreads at $1.98
There are other Marseiles Spreads with cut corners
; at............. $2.98. $3.98 and $4.98
U. Q. Holt, of the Bpaulding company
left yesterday on a trip to the logging
camps at Black Rock and on the Luck
iamute. A. W. Schaupp, who formerly lived In
Salem but is now a resident of Joseph;
Wallowa county, was in the city yes
terday visiting local friends and calling
at the state houoo. Mr. Schaupp held the
official title as mayor of Joseph.
Mrs. Myrtlo Carfter of Sublimity, Or.
was a visitor in Sulom yesterday and
T. Q. Mclaughlin, of Sidney, Ore., wa
a business visitor in Hulem today.
L. Carter, of Falls City, is registered
at the Capitul hotel. ,.
Clyde E. Johnson and wife returned
last evening from Portland where tliuy
pint tho day on business.
Kev. P. T. Porhur left this morning
for Portland on a short business trip.
Carl Wengor left this morning for
Portland to tuke an examination for en
trance into the navy. , j- -
S. H. ' Elliott and sister, Mrs
Buikc. Sid daughter, who are here visit
ing him from their home in Montana,
Mlurned yesterday from Oerhart and
beudide, where they spent a weok on the
Kev. E. M. Burke returned last (even
ing from Portlund where he spent the
day on business.
Linis Simpson was expected in this
evening from Portland for a visit over
the week ipud with his mother, Mrs
J. A, Simpson on Division street.
Harry Bowers, who has been touring
Washington with the Willamette glee
club, came in yesterday to get in road!
to kavo todnv for Camn Lewis!1,1" wulcl Multnomah county,
n ess
with tho Marion county contingent of
registered men. Mr. Bowers was prcs
idint of Willamette st infant body and
was extremely popular among his anno
tates, who turned out iu large numbers
to give him a proper Bend off at the
depot this morning.
Mis. Clyde Williams and Mrs. Jack
Fenton of Independence, were visitors
in Salem today.
Miss Marie Hnvdobn resumed her du
ties as clerk at Barnes cash store today
after a week's enforced vacation as a
result of getting too near poison oak.
Mrs. Kail Reuf anil sister, Miss Helen
Jones, wero Siilem visitors today from
their home at Independence.
5-Passenger Ford, new tires, first class condition; a
big snap $350
; 5-Passenger Overland, best buy in Salem, mechan
ically perfect, all new tires, one extra ...... $600
1917 5-Passenger Maxwell, fine shape, good tires,
one extra. ,
Phone 361 ! 156 Commercial Street
. 1 1 1 hti:ot iminr
Music by Salem's
Leading Orchestra
come early
W. H. Prunk, proprietor of tho Red
Cross pliamacy, has leased the build
ing on State steot formorly occupied
by Gardner & Koene, and will move
into the Mime on May JOth.
H. M. Dickson left yesterday for
Yakima, Wash.
Mrs. Miary Hill left today over tho
Oregon Electric for Warrington, Or.
Mrs. Allie Mothora loft today for
Vancouver, Wash., to join hor s,pn,
Frank Parkinson, who is conducting a
confectionery store at that place.
Charles A. Johns, Who Is
Out for Supreme Judge
Charles A, Johns, of Portland, re
publican candidate for supremo judge,
entered tho Willamette university in
tho winter of 1875, from Marion in
this county, ami graduated in 1878.
He was deputy sherdff under J. A.
Bnker from 1878 to 18S0, during which
time lio tudicd law wilt'h Judge B. !)
Warding and W, II. Holmes. Was ad
mitted -to the bar in 1881, and located
in Dallas,
Polk county, where he mar-
ried Mabel Kilt
Ho was appointed
county judge by
Uoveruor Moody.
Niever was a ctindidiate
or hold
any. other political position. Ho- has
been in active pnactk'e for 37 years.
Mr. Johns is an enroilod piuneor and
continuous resident of the stato fur
57 years. He is the only candidate
for miprems judge from the third cou
gicwtrionttl distract, to succeed Justice
'McCainaut who is tho only member of
tho supreme court from the third dis
trict. Tlie first congressional district,
which is this one, now has four .mem
ibers of the supremo court out of seven
and if either of Mr. Johns' opponents
wins it will have five, wliilo the third
will have none.
A very enjoyable evening was had
at tho open meeting lairt night of the
Modern Wowlnieu of America and
Royal Neighbors. The evening was
given over largely to duueing, the
proceeds of which, amounting to $12,
50, is to go to tho Willamette chapter
of tho Red Cross. Refreshments were
served ami s general good time was
had. W..U Bryant and wife gave their
services free for tho -evening, the for
mer acting as floor manager, which
wero greatly appreciated by those in
aitUnwliuwe and tho members of the
mjmm mm
j All Around T
May 2 Dedication of Cham
poeg Memorial iiuilding.
May 6. Opera 'Chimes of
Normandy" High School audit
orium, by Music Department of
High school.
June 8. Total eclipse of
the sua. World's Almanac gives
hour as 1:38, but new time
schedule will make the hour
Dr. H. P. Mendelsohn fits eyes cor
rectly. U. S. National Bcik Bldg. tf.
Thr and a half feet of water above
tka zero mark were registered by the
Willamette today, compared to 3.7 feet
"The funeral beautiful."
Clough. Co.
Webb &
, Dr. Edwin Sherwood of Willamette
university will preach at the Z.ena Pres
byterian church Sunday, April 28th, at
li o'clock a. m.
"The best" Is all you can do when
death comes. Call Webb & Clough Co.
Phone 120. tf.
Carl F. Suef, living at 1631 Market,
passenger car, which was taken from
passenger car, whic hwas taken from
his garage at his home. ,
Patton Plumbing Co., 385 Chemeketa
Phone 1096. We do repair work. Stoves
and furnaces coiled. tf.
Daaca at Masonic hall Friday night
April 26th given by Business college
former students and friends invited.
' Martin 0. Kyle, of this city received
word yesterday ' of the death of his
mother, Mrs. Margaret Kyle, which oc
curred yesterday in Portland. She was
68 years of age. The funeral services
will bo held in Albany.
Heal uniforms for Uncle Sam's little
boy soldiers. A genuine khaki suit.
CeJat, Panlts, 'Leggings and enp to
match, in ages four ito 15. Price $5.
Orders by phone or mail will receive
prompt attention. Salem Woolen Mills
Heartlotzbach tonight F. M. church
The stories which will be told at chil
dren 's hour at the puhlie library tomor
row morning at 8 o'clock are entitled:
"The Little Match 'Man" and "Cap.
The Red Cross Dog". All children of the
city are invited to come to the library
Knxall one uent sale now going on
at Porry's Drug Store.
Community Par
Plate Silverware
can bo bought at Perry 'i
One Cent
Two recruit, were accented todav for
service in the navv. Carl E. Wenger of
310 Belmont street went to Portland I
tli is morning where he will decide whe-l
titer to go in the service ns musician or
yeoman. Arthur K. Kopplien oi 110s
kins, Oregon, enlisted ns plumber.
Young people, who wish to prepare
to do MMiiething definite and remuner
ative should study stenography,, book
keeping and kindred subjects at fte
Capital Business college. A new class
in shorthand next Monday.
Funeral services over the late Mrs.
Amanda Card were held this afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock from the home of h
daughter, Mrs. Catharine Brown, 3a3
Bellcvue street. Dr. R. X Avison of the
First Methodist church liad,,ehaigo of
the services. Interment was in the City
View Ci-.'melery.
We wish to thank our friends nnd
neighbors for their many acts of kind
ness and sympathy during our recent
bereavement. J. W. Dawson, Alice
MVIhvain, Kena Dawson.
j A Red Cross social will be held at the
I Krister school house ninth of town on
'next Friday evening. May 3rd. The af
I fair is cnll'd a "big seven social."
Seven numbers will appear on the pro
gram, seven waiters will serve you, a
I seven piece orchestra from Salem will
I provide music, sewn "rubbernecks''
! (so the bill suys) will sing for you
j while there are other "sevens" to
j numerous to mention.
Among the Individual honors shown
i to the ineiubeis of the registered men
i from Marion county who left this morn
,' ing for pump Lewis, was that accord
jed Chas. E. Olcott by the employes of
jthe Salem street railway. Mr. Olcott
has beeu night conductor ou the Com
mercial street cars and about two doaen
of his fellow conductors and motormen
i turned out in a body and marched to
tho depot with him.
J. Hannsburgr was arrested yester
day for speeding on his motorcycle oa
north Ooiumercial street- He is to ap
pear before .City Recorder Race tkis
afternoon to answer for himself.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Butler left to
day for CorvalUe, where they will
make their home. Mr. Butler is a grad
uate of 0. A. C, has recently been ap
pointed to Nthe poalt-ion of state su
pervisor of war gardens for the government-
Ho was formerly principal
of the Turner schools.
The fourth vice president of the Met-
Iir-it McMio;i;st church to tlu Orceon
Xew York City will be in the city this
anernoon ana will meet with the mem
bers of the War Savings stamps com
mittee and discuss with them the stamp
proposition and now they do things back
Postmaster August Huckestein deliv
ered an address this morning at the
First Methodist vhurch to the Oregon
conference of Sunday school workers. He
was not srigiually ou the program but
as there was need of a speaker, Mr.
Huckestein was drafted.
O. L. Martin, living near Macleay,
had his Ford "stolen from tho vicinity
of the Moose ball last night some time
the earlier part of tho evening. No
trace wias had of it ti'l this morning
when itl was found on north Winter
street, with two brand new Federal
tires tukon from the rear wheels. Th
machine had apparently been driven
only a short distance and was not dam
aged, other than tho theft of the tires.
"Mrs. Edna Lavalley, who has been liv
ing at 818 north Commercial street, re
crived a telegram yesterday stating that
her husband, Edward Lavalley, had just
been killed in Spokane, Wash., while
engaged in electrical work. Mr. Lavalley
left this city for Spokane about three
weeks ago to bo employed temporarily
there as electrician. Besides his wife, he
leaves a little daughter Miss Clara La
valley, who is two years of ago. The
body is expected to arrivo in Salem to
day and fuiusral arrangements will be
made later. '
The bridge across the Willamette was
duly inspected yesterday by students
from the Salem high school and about
20 0. A. C. students. The high school
boys were iu charge of 0. R. Bonell, su
perintendent of the manual training
work in the city schools. They arriv
ed just in time to witness the pouring
of tlw concrete. The 0. A. C. boys were
chaperoned by C. B. McCulloch, pro
fessor of civil engineering and Samuol
Dolan, a teacher in the civil engineer
ing department ,of the; 0. A. C.
Oust J. Deniis, who runs a newis stand
and shining parlor on State street has
sold his business to Charles H. Maxwell
porter of the Oregon Electric depot. Mr.
Dciiius was one of the men called in
't'10 last olAers for tlw national army as
alternate, anu was 10 uuvu nil una
morning for Camp Lowis. However, lie
was not needed as alternato for this
nu will prounuiy come iu on me
early in May wj.th tlw men who
K 10 lort McDowell ill Ctthlornia.
ihe next national Red Cross cam
paign is scheduled for tho week of May
20-27, .acaording to announcements now
being sent out from Washington head
quarters. For American people will be
asked to subscribe $100,000,000 for tho
work of the Red Cross. In SuUuii, tht
comniitteo that handled the campaign
last June wil be culled on to do the
work again. This committed is composed
of 100 of the lending business and pro
fessional men of the city nnd within
a short time, they will be called into
eonferenco to plan the coming campaign
, ; O
Among the TinltoiB la Salem this week;
in connect! With the state Sunday
school convention is Rev. "Father" Jo
seph ileberg, an old Oregon pioneer,
Father Hoberg is making his' home at
present at McMinnville. He came to Ore
gon in 18U6 and settltd in Salem, whev
lie lived for many years. He was one of
tho chief workers 'in organizing and
building the First Methodist church' of
this city, and also organized the Leslie
Methodist church, on south. Commercial
street, llo is past ninety years old, is s
spry as though he was but sixty, aud
has' a host of friends in Bulcm and U
over the state.
That the poultry business of the val
ley is only about fifty per cent or wnat
it is in a normal year, is me opinion oi
D. A. White, who has been in tlw feed
business in Salem for the past twenty
eight years. He gives as the reason the
high cost of feed, and also the fact
that wheat can no longer be secured
for chicken feed, Mr. White said today
that it was only very seldom any more
that they got in any wheat U be used
for this purpose, only that fcivh wan
of too poor a quality to be ladled be
ing allowed by the government to be
i.sel for feeding purposes. He states
that the seed' business this year has
been ono of the best seasons they have
ever had.
Bahquei This Evening at 6
Splendid Program for
Closing Day
A splendid spirit of religious enthus
iasm and inter-denominational fellow
ship is being manifested at each session
of the State Sunday School convention
Which is now in session in this city.
A great feature of the- sessions is the
song services and musical numbers
which are rendered, consisting of solo,
quartet, chorus aniT congregational sing
ing. Dr. Frank W. Chace, Carroll Rob
erts and Miss Minnctte Magers have
charge of the music.
lite convention is being held in the
First Methodist church, where a banquet
to the delegates and visitors will be
served at 6 o'clock this evening. After
the banquet the program for tonight
will be as follows:
7:30 Cull to service; song service
led by Dr. H. C. Epley; special music,
Willamette t'uiversity College . of
music; prayer, Rev. C. H. Elliott, Salem
8:0tt Addness "Seven Sunday School
Wonders." Rev. E. W. Halpenny; spce-
iul music, male quartet, First Methodist
church, Salem.
8:45 Address,' H. W. Htone, general
secretary Y. M. C. A. Portland. ,
Tho convention, will close tomorrow '
the program for the lust day being as
8:30 School of Methods.
10 General assembly.
10:10 Singing, led by Carroll Rob
erts: praver. Rev. H. X. Aldrich, Salem
10:20 "The Master's uommana, :
Rov. H. H. Kelsey, San Francisco.
10:50 "TKe Call of Christ and the
World Crisis", Mrs. Ella Humbert, Eu-
11:20 "Why the Boy Went Away,"
President Levi T. Pennington, Pacific,
college. -
11;45 "The Place of the Christian;
College in Training Teachers of Relig-:
ious Education," Dean Aldcn, Willam
fftto university.
1:30 Singing, led ty uarrou noo
crts; prayer, Rev. F. T. Porter, Salem;
special mnsic, ladies' quartette, First
Christian church, Salem.
2:00 "Teen Age Time on nmeiy
Timicd! "Mother as Chum", Martha
Ferguson, Hood River; "The Kind of
Sunday School I Like," Jack Burleson.
2,30 "The Teen Age Teacher's up-
portunity," Rev. E. W. Halpenny.
3:30 to o:3u aenooi oi meuiuun.
t. SO Patriotic music fed by Dr. H.
C. Epley; prayer, Rov. H. C. Stover,
Salem; special music, male quartet, First
Christian church; report of resolutions
8:10 Patriotic pageant, "The Clean
Flag," arranged and directed by Rev.
TTownrrl McConiv?!. Dallas, given by the
young people of the Christian church,
Dallas; assistants, Sunday school pupils,
Salem; address, by someone irom w
armv camp.
9:30 Pantomine song, "The Star
Spangled Banner," Loreue Porter, 8a-j
lem, 10 years old; benediction; adjourn-1
'uwnt. I
Although about 3500 men for the na- j
tionnl army will pass through Salem this ;
w.'k on their way to Camp ijewis, no
arrangements havo been made for serv
ing meals in Salem. It seems that Rose
burg and Albany,, have beeu called on
as word has been received from, Rose-
burg that preparations are under way
for curing for the men. One train will ;
uass through Salem ou Saturday, nnoth-j
er ou Sunday, three Monday and two j
on luesday. .
A federal farm specialist will be gent
to Salem to keep in touch with the la
bor situation during the summer, accord
ing to tli..i promise oi J. W. Urewer
stato director of farm employment. Ivan
(1. McDaniel, manager of the Commer
cial club was in Portland yesterday in
conference with Mr. Brewer, resulting in
the ngnv.'iuent to send the specialist
t Used Furniture Wanted
Highest Cash Prices Paid for
I sea immure
Phone 941 or 508
Calls answered nil hours day
and night.
Res. Phone 111; Office Phone 183
252 N. High St.
Our Prices, Always the Lowest
PHONE 1072
he're. He will probably make his head
quarters at the Commercial club and
will come to Salem early in May.
S2 Years OIoMBuTMade
Stirring Address
Although 92 years old, the Rev.
Joseph Hoberg of. McMinnville deliv
ered a vigorous address this morning
at chapel to the students of Willamette
Ha told them he was assistant prin
cipal of the Oregon Institute, the fore
runner of the present University, away
back-in 1MS8. He also helped in the
building of Waller hall back in- the
In those days, the building now oc
cupied by the Salem Steam laundry
wag tha First Methodist church at
State and Church streets. The parson
age first was on the present location
of the Kay Woolen Mills' and later
whore tho Carnegie library now stands.
Mr. Hoberg is a retired member of the
Oregon Conference Methodist Episcopal
church. .
Saturday, April 27,
Woodry's Auction Market
10:30 A. M.
1 Hack. 1 Spring Wgon,
1 Plow, Horses, Tools, etc.
1:30 P.M.
Household Furniture of all kinds.
PHONES 510 or 511
jjs?d Furniture, Machinery,
Bicycles, Harness, Tools, etc.
I always pay the best cash price.
Second-hand Goods Bought . and
Store Cor. Perry and Liberty Sts.
Farm Stock Sales a specialty.
Auction Sales Every Saturday.
The Auctioneer,
Phone 610 or 511
Ladies' ?
Closing Out Broken lines
in Two Tone
Combinations at
An excellent
lot for your choosing.
Your Junk and give you a square
business deal. I always pay the
highest cash prices.
I Want Your
Sacks and Rags
I buy all kinds of used goods,
2nd hand furniture, rubber and
junk. Get my prices before you
sell. :
The Capital Junk Co.
The Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa St. Phone 398
Phone 77
Try Our Checking System on Baggage.
Claim Checks for Every Parcel
care of
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Cw.
Has medicine which will euro
any known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 a. ,ra. f
until a p. m.
153 South High St. '
I . Salem, Oregon. Phona 283 X
And All Kinds of 2nd Hand
. Goods.
Full Market Prices Special
Prices paid for Sacks.
Get our prices beore you sell.
27i N. Com'l St. Phone 734
For Feeding Hogs
Marion Creamery
Call or Telephone 2188