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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1918)
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1918.
fj Incorporated !
O, E. King of Seaside is In the city
registered at the Bligh. He is looking
foe a location near Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Powell of Mon
mouth are in the city.
Parker E Branin of Portland came
up to the city today from Portland t
return by motor boat.
C. B. Clancey went to Corvallis this
afternoon to assist in the decorations
of the banquet hall of the Julian hotel
where there will be given this evening
a dinner for local and eastern officers
of the Delta Delta Delta sorority.
Uts. M. Jay Meyers of Portland will
be a Sunday visitor wotb Mrs. Mildred
R. Brooks. Mrs. Meyers is on her way
to Los Angeles to spend the winter.
From the standpoint of "Usefulness" KRYP
,TOK Glasses represent the perfect Christmas Gift
; : . f or any one who needs classes for both near and far
: : vision. And the USEFUL gift is the real expression
: : of the Christmas spirit.
Ask About The Kryptok Christmas Certificate
DR. A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist,
204-5 Bank of Commerce. Bldg.
New and Second Hand
tore will open
In the near future in the Wagner Building at 373
377 Court street. We will pay the best prices for
used furniture. New furniture will be carried.
AH Around Town
Dec. 13 Company II benefit
jitney dance at armory.
Dec. 8-14 Red . Cross mem
Dec. 16-21 Fifth annual
Marion cvounty corn show, 141
Dee. 30. ttecond election on
"Tne funeral oeutlIul."Webb ft
Olough Co. tf
Announcement is now made that mon
ey may be sent to Palostine through
English banks. The English, army is
entirely in control of Palestine, and
regular mail facilities have again
la all yon can do when
Call Webb ft Clough Co-M.
Dr. J. o. MatthJs, associated with Dr.
H. J. Clements, office 410 Sr lcm Bank
of Com. bllg. Office tel. 691; res. 1705
South Fir St. tel. 596. 12 27
Eel ax and rest In the dental chair.
Dr. Hartley fills and extct teeth
without pain and corrects diseased
gums. Moore bldg. Phone 114. tf
Prank Savage, who formerly was In
the music business in Salem is ill of
influenza at Walla Walla, ccording to
word received in the city yesterday.
His father left this morning to bo at
his bedside. '
Frank F. Richter
373-377 Court Street.
I bare moved my office Into more
pleasant and more commodious quar
ters on the third floor of the U. S.
National bank building. Dr. 0. L. Scott
Chiropractic-Spinologist, 30S-213 U. S.
National bank bldg. tf
l'ne local exemption board Is now
completing for record a list of namos
of all men who wore inducted into the
sorvico from the board and who were
finally accepted. Besides the large
number of enlisted men examined here
and sent by the local board to camps
about 600 were inducted into the ser
vico through tho regular channels. Ac
cording to orders recently received by
the board, the rocords are to be sealed
lc. 10 and tho offico closed.
Lunch counter opposite 0. E. R. B.
depot. Good lunches, M. J. B. coffee.
Lady waitress. Open from 6 a. m. to
12 p. m. 12-30
High grade, genuine furs for Christ
mas gifts at special prices. West Fat
Co., 217 South High St. tf
Members of the students army train
ing corps of Willnmetto univesity will
receive th..lr physical examinations and
all be mustorcd out of the service by
one week from today. Today the bar
lacks in tho scienco hall was given a
general- inspection. Many members of
tho S.A.T.C. aro planuting to romain
in scienco hayy and form a co-operative
c'ul), especially as there has been in
stilicd nn up to duto range and kitchen
' The Charles B. Arc hire Implement
Co. now carry a full line of feed. 12-13
Willamette chapter of the American
Bed Cross calls for bids on the follow
ing articles, which will be sold if fair
prices can be obtained:
10,800 yards gauze
300 yards cut gauze
182 pounds non-absorbent cotton
3-4 case seottissue
400 kraft bags 25
Vt case cut eellu cotton
Call 1500 or call at Boom 204 V. S.
National bank building. 12-12
The older football players of Wash
ington and Grant junior high schools,
who call themselves the heavy weights,
played this morning on Willamette field
and this time Washington came out
ahead with & scoro of 6 to D. rtoine-
time ago when the two teams measured
tho scores have been as follows: Grant
championship game of the three junior
nign Bcnooi neavy weignt toams will
be played next Saturday. Up to dale
the scircs have been as follows: Grant
12, Lincoln 0: Washington 6. Grunt 0:
Lincoln 6. Washington 0. The game
.next Saturday will be played by Wash
ington ana Lincoln.
Gillette Safety Razor blades for sale
at Hauser Bros., sporting goods store.
Shortage overcome. Due to the fact
that the U. S. government took over
the Gillette Razor factory, people have
not been able to obtain the Gillette
Safety blades. Howover one may get
me uiuues now as itauser .Bros, nave
received a shipment of theso blades.
Big dance Moose ball tonight. "
Ed Blessing,, who has been, for the
past four years with tho Mecca billiard
hall has decided to go into business for
himself and has rented one of the store
rooms of the Klingor building adjoin
ing tho Masonic Tcmplo and will es
tablish a soft drink and billiard par
lor. , .
Boiled barley J58?60 per ton at Chas.
R. Archerd Implement Co. 12-10
Make her happy for f.very day of
tho year by giving her a Hoover
Electric sweeper. Uahlsilorf, store of
housewares, 135 N. Liberty St.
Dance Moose hall tonight 8 p. m.
Examinations for state certificates
will be held Dec. 18-21 inclusive by W,
M. Smith, county superintendent. As
in the past they will bo held in the
First Christian church, :. Examinations
will bo given for all throe grades. For
one year certificates the applicant must
make a general averrige of 75 per cent,
; News About
1 Musical Instruments
You can buy the same article better at Geo. C. Will's
Each instrument must be tuned and adjusted after
leaving the factoryand this can only be done by ex
pert mechanics That's My Business
Geo. C. Will
434 State St. "The Reliable Music Dealer"
Proclaim Ebert President
Paris, Dec. 7. Armed sol
diers and sailors, massed before
the ' chancellor ' palace last
night, proclaimed Chancellor
Ebert president of tho "Ger
man republic," according to a
Berlin dispatch to L'Heuro t
day, received by way of Berne. -
pend on what word Mr. Cick sends
homo. Fordsons are coming in regular
lv ilfi A. oar lnnd urna vnnnivafl a Innr
j Jitney dance, benefit Company M
I fund, Salem's home company. Homo
j orchestra, Friday Dec. 13th.
Big dance tonight Cotillion hall.
Why go olsewherc, when you can go to
the Cotillion tonight and enjoy regular
To Every Car Owner
HAYNES.; FOSTER BAKING CO.
must be at lealt 18 years old. For the
five year certificate, the teacher must
stand an examination on 16 subjects
must make a general average of 85 per
cent end must have had 12 months ex
perience in teaching. For life certifi
cates, theteacher must stand an exam
ination on 24 subjects, secure a general
average of 85 per cent and have had
60 months teaching experience, 15 of
which must have been in Oregon. No
certificates are granted unless tho
teacher is 18 years of age or over.
Ladies of the First M. E. church will
hold a cooked food sale Dec. 21st.
Bed Cross representatives from 57
Fellows cemetery. His father is E. A.
King of Petersburg, Virginia. Mrs.
King's father is H. W. Ilolman of rural
route 4, Salem. Mr. King was a me
chanic and was associated with tho firm
of Halvorsen & Burns. When this firm
left its location on High and Ferry
strols, Mr. King went to Portland.
The revolver that caused his death was
placed in a fold of tho curtains of tho
automobilo and when It r.rr, was dis
charged, tho shot siiking Mr. Kisg in
the right leg, tho bullet ranging up
ward into tho body.
Company M, O. N. O., will give
jitney dunce at the armor; Friday ev-'
ening Deo. Id, benefit company fund.
Bemeinber Company M will give a
big jitney dance Friday Dec. 13th at
Geoige W. Vick Is now in Detroit
and expects within a short time to
make an announcement as to what Hen
ry Ford intends to do for the people
There is tho assurance that the Ford
factory is now putting its big force
to tho manufacture of cars and Ford
sons but there is just a little curiosity
as to what price will be announced for
the touring cars. There has been all
Mirts of juice rumors but all will do-
auxiliarics called yesterday at the of
fice of W. M. Smith, county superin
tendent of schools, for posters, buttons
and arm bands besides stationery nec
essary to put on tho drive for mem
berships the coming week. Mr. Smith
has charge of the county campaign out
sido of Salem. The active work in all
auxiliaries for members at $1 each will
begin next week and it is hoped to
have all work dome and reports ready
I to f ilo with Mr. Smith bv Saturday eve-
mug, x'uu .iiu uiuiw uuun xur VB
sistance will be made by the Red Cross
as it is estimated that the memberships
will be sufficient to keep up the work
of the organization. Half of the $1
membership fee will go into the local!
treasury of Willamette chapter and tho
other half to headquarters in Wash- j
ington, D. C. ' i
Every Republic tire in use carries a message to the own
er of economy Oregon roads are fierce on tires, and the
ma jor expense incurred in the up-keep of a car is tire ex
pense. When you need a new tire we want you to thor
oughly investigate the Republic-We have them cut in
sections so you can see the construction. Remember every
Republic Tire carries a 5000 mile guarantee. Sharp rocks
do not cut the rubber for it is the Prodium Process, known
and used only by the Republic Company in their tire con
struction. We make adjustments at our store.
WHERE IS THE COTILLION HALL?
Find it tonight and your reward will be the best
dance in the City. . Music by Hunt's Orchestra. The
best music to be had.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Terwilliger, giad-,
uate morticians and funeral directors, :
770 Chcmeketa St. Phono 724. t
Ed Blessing who has been connected
with the Mecca pool rooms for the last
4 years, has opened a billiard and soft
Irink parlor at 44)3 State St., the Klmg-
er bldg., where he will wclcomo all of j 1
his old friends.
TUG fiyieral services of Harry King
who was accidentallv killed by the dis-
ji haigo of his revolver, will bo hold j
(Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock fromi
j tie chapel of Webb & Clough. They!
(wiii be conducted by the Kev. B. N. 1
Avifnn nnd burial will bo in the Odd
The Capital Junk Co.
Always did and always
will pay the full market
price for all kinds of
junk and machinery,
automobiles, etc. WE
ALSO BUY AND SELL
all kinds of 2nd Hand
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Salem Automobile Co
F. G. DELANO
246 State Street
A. I. EOFF
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3 v " s " v s " .,
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A winsome Story with
a winsome star
"The Return of MaryJ
A Complication of Con
A new Sunshine comedy
Where Those Who
Know, Prefer to
H I P P.O DROME
HOWARD and SCOTT
Dancers that are different
FRANK E. GORDON
Th Droll Deceiver
"Visions in Art"
"THE HOME TRAIL"
"FIGHT FOR MILLIONS'
LOTS 0' COMEDY, TOO! fj