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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25. 1918.
MEETING IN F0RTLAN
TTieres a n
oBiesman from y
CALLED BY GOVERflO
1 2 Something New - J
v, ho vas chewing and '
swapping yams with the
men on the Post Office
corner. "Have a chew,"
cays he to Jake. Jake
doesn't think he's chew
ingunless his cheek bulges
out like he had the mumps.
'Call that a chew?' he
snorU "Surer says the
salesman. This is Real
Gravely. That small chew
satisfies, and the longer
you chew it the better it
tastes. That's why it doesn't
cost anything extra to
chew this class of tobacco."
ft gtm fitrtkirtkmt't Iy ytm m
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in a pouch
To those vho have given us
their trade in the past, and
to those who will give it in
the future, we extend our
Is Statewide Ccayestioa Ts
Prevent Industrial Depres
sion After War.
A statewide convention of rcpreseat-
ativeg of those interests which are con-
cernec? ia formulating a reconst.rue-
tioa program which will prevent indui-
trial depression during the period of
changing from a war to a- peace fcasis
has been caltaA by uovernor Withy-
confbe ia a, proclamation issued yester
day afternoon. The convention ia call
ed to be held ia the public auditorium
in Portland on January 9, 10 and 11,
IBID. The proclamation Mrs:
Inasntauh as the. state of Oregon,
ia common with other gtatea, is facing
the vital problem and sacred responsi
bility of preventing industrial depres
sion and unemployment during the per
iod cf reconxtruetion and readjustment
from a war to a pence hsis, and since
it appear that onlr by devotion and
' the concerted application ot the intel
1 licence, ciperione? and endeavors of
our mcs!, Able citi: ::s and definite and
! desirable stimulou i be given to the
reclamation of arid, swamp and logged
ov-r land, tho d-rfelopment of water
power, highway e-instruction, and the
maintenance of piuduetivo industry;
I "Now, -there!'.. rc, 1, James Withy
combe governor of Oregon, do proc ni.n
; January 9, 10 ni d 11, 1919 as the dates
of a reconstrue ion convention to be
lieUl iu (ho pu')lic auditorium of tho
city of Portland Oregon, and do most
earnestly invite the attendance of the
represcntativis of agriculture, manu
facturing, la' cr, shipping and com
merce, high ft, for nnd diock com
missions, bu new), civic and profes
sional organisations, the mayors and
ether authorities of Oregon cities, coun
ty commissioners if Orenon, and; all
others who by the!: eifons and inter
est may contribute ' ) the sum of the
.state's well 'being."
The Keith Konqueror Shoe Company, of Brockton, Mass
notified their exclusive local dealer, The Paris Shoe Shop,
thtt for one week, December 26 to January 1st, they will
inaugurate a new profit-sharing system of introducing,
their shoes for men, by giving' any man that buys a pair
of shoes at the regular purchase price the opportunity
to buy the second pair at ONfe-HALP PRICE, and the
aecond pair may be any style or size. Remember this spec
ial introduction of Keith Konqueror Shoes for one week
only, December 26th to January 1st.
NOTE We do not close our store in order to remark our
stock, as our regular selling price is plainly marked
HOME OF QUALITY
357 STATE STREET.
,1 Season Greetings
We wish at this time to express our appreciation to
the FRUIT GROWERS in this County who by their
manifestations of Faith in bur organization have
made it possible for us to make greater expansion
in the year 1919. This message conveys to you our
Best Wishes for a Joyous Christmas and a Pros
perous New Year.
VALLEY CANNING COMPANY
This store wishes
you and yours the
C. 5. Hamilton
The Home Furnisher
340 Court St, Salem
Miss Elizabeth Bass Of New
York lakes Strong Bid
With the American army in' Franco
Dec. 0. (By Mail.) Since- tho great
war is about settled, a new conflict
threaten! to break out over the que
tiou of whut V. M. C. A. woman coined
tho greatest number of doughnuts 11
day for. distribution among the Amcri
can troo,ps who swept across Franco in
to Germany. A strong tiuo. ...
piunship is niiide on behalf of Miss KHz
a both Buss, a member of the National
Arts club, Now York, now a cantoon
worker for tho Bed Triangle. Single
hmided sho can mix and fry 5(100 dough
nuts t diyi and with assistants can pro
duee 10,000 in that span.
Miss Huhs ought to effect maximum
oficioney in tho doughnut lino with mil)
iinuin equipment and minimum ingre
dients, bocuuso sho ran a cafeteria be
fore (Mining to Franco. Consequently
her making of tho crisp, savory i.mgh
nuts for which slio is famous iu hoi
division, is no hit or-miss affair, bui
tho result of experience in practicing
domestic science and of careful' plan
In tho French villago in which sho
was qlntioncd sho was able to find nd
commandeer an iron vnt of mammoth
proportions. Then sho estimated hon
great r. quantity of dough sho ncedod
to keep the vat working at its full c
pneily, und proceeded to mako it. I'oi
the first lew days sho turned out only
two or three tuousaud, doughnuts. Later
she produced siitfcichandon 50oo. , ,eu
sho was iiblo to t locuro assistants, she
carefully subdivided tho job of assem
bling tho flour, milk, gnortening, and
sugar, or its substitute, tho mixing and
popping into the sizzling fat; and to
gether they fried 10,000 n day.
Tho doughboys arc keeping t-i.ieul
records of the production of this dough- j
ut factory. Thoy say they'ro going!
to taek them up in thoir kitchens at 1
home. Thoy aro wondering if any one
oi inoir V1VI Cllll IllURO UOUU UOUgll-
nuts a day. When they get homo they
aro going to nsk them anyway.
San Francisco Tongs
h D3acily Warfare
Snn Franeiso, Doc. 25. A squad of
policemen are patrolling Chinatown to
day to prevent anv further ou breaks
of tho tong war, following tho killing
last night of Geo Lip Chuck, Sin Puey
King Geo, a Hip Sen tongman has
been arrested char?ed with 'he crim
The murdered Chinese was standing
against a telephone pole when it is al
leged lhat Gee walked np to him, poin
ed a revolver at his head and pulled
the trigrrer. Fivo ehrts were fired.
Chuck fell over dead, his hsnds sti'l
thrust In h! pockets. Gee was captured
by police- af er a short chase.
Tho police are unable to account for
the new tnnsr outbreak
HOWARD POTJLD ILL
BRUSH COLLEGE NEWS
The community was shocked last
Tuesday morning over te newt that
Lilie Meyers had died of influenza at
Summit, Or. l.ilio spent Thanksgiving
at homo and was in the best ot aeal.h.
At the time of er death s! was em
ployed as telegrap operator at Summit,
Slid was born in Portland, Or., July
2-, I !',--died t. lfi, 1918.
Sho ciiiiio t I 'ash College district
with her parents ut tho ago of 11 years
and graduated V" in Brush College at
the ligo of i veins. Taught two termi
of school and (hen took a courje in te'.
nji'Bphy froin this ehool sho graduated
wit honor . atler tuly studying four
have a well deserved repu
tation as a safe and effective
r-nedy for stomach ail
ments. They are
helpful in bilious attacks,
sick headache, dyspepsia,
heartburn and constipation.
They act gently and surely
on the organs of elimina
tion, purify the blood, tone
the system and very quickly
17, tut Ski of Anr Medlclna In tin World
Said everywhere. In boze. 10c, 25c.
GIVEN PRESENT FOB INJUBT.
Spokano, Dec. 25. While Installing
a transformer tt Burko, Idaho last year
for tho Washington Wator rowor com
pany, John Anderson came in contact
with a live wire and he lost both hands.
Today ho ia the rocipio-t of $15,000 as
a present from tho company in whose
care ho hay boon since disabled, no
did not brhv suit an tVo money wa
accented or. advice of counsel.
NEWSPAPER MEN IN LONDON
London, Dec. 2.. Forty American
newspapermen will arrive hore from
Paris tomorrow as guesta of the Brit
ish 'government. They will roma-in
week or ton days.
Way T A&Jrrss
Lto T. Scfes
! New Yirk Pee. 25. Howard Gould
i wriouoly ill in London and his broth
er Fm-'k Oo"'d i n his wav from
Parin to that el'y, according to word
reoivfd hee t"iisy. Howard is ta
third s"n of th late Jay Gould.
Another brother, George, is eonva
lescdng in this city, after an opera-ties.
Jast ta mako it tlrtr as I tew fct-
stnll b., aildressrd U 1ict, the
fiHwini form i, shewn. This saayl
ia nest ant by the Waiptt
iHnal ffininbi and approval by army
irhriri( TIere ia the ferra far tka
a44rss mi aim the retara aadraa.
Srs. Jaha Tee,
, Ro SHroet,
flergsnnt John K. Ioe,
C. D, 93d Infantry,
Amarieaa Kxpr'itieBary Fare
Csmahiints are being reeoivei by
casta) aathoritios that letter bar not
hai ieliverad to soldier. If the wri
ter weulel plaae the retnro addran an
V aprr left honi corner of tba
velnpe. then if the soldier eaanat be la
cated, th letter win be retnraad U tb
monte. She n ul l-ead of her class, in
a class of over iwi hundnii studonts
some of then -rith more than ono yor's
schooling, lihe inpeted with and woi
first prize in the contest of spelling.
Lilie was a bvi.-.i ,ambitious girl. To
know hero was to love her. Sho leaves
n lr -tely bue ji; the. homo and the
neighborood. T ij i:ipathy of the
neighborhood goes out to the family in
tho loss of a daughter and sister. And
may God bless, sustain and keep them
is our wish.
Some sweet morn a day will opon,
Never more to closa in night.
We shall hail the early tokpn
Of its everlasting light. '
On that bright ftnd blissful morrow,
Pilgrims rest, their journey o'er,
Hunger, thirst end death and sorrow '
Wo shall know and part no more.
Tjo parent-teachers ' meeting wjis
combined with the Christmas exorcifjs
of the children this month and a very
pleasant evening was enjoyed by nil
who were able to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Asj Smith and baby
from St. Johns are with home folks at
present, Thoy were calling on the Wal
lace rane peoplo Sunday afternoon.
Mr. anud Mrs. Henry Stanton of u
lem wore in this vicinity Sunday aft
ernoon hunting mistletoe.
Mrs. W. A. Bailey culled on Mrs.
Meyers Sunday afternoon.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Prntum, Or., Dec. 24. Ellis Wolty is
very ill with pneumonia, following an
attack of influenza.
Mrs. Joo Crahano of Mill City i t
iting with rolativos in this community.
Mrs. August Kufner is very ill at hei
home having suffered an attack of in
fluents. The Misses Bertha Krehbiel, Elsie
Leisy and Linda Loisy, all pupils of the
; Bolttm high school, are home for a week
! f vacation.
Mrs, Manrer has been very ill during
the past week. Her condition seems
to grow no better.
Mrs. W order and son of Salem are
staying at the J. W. Welty home for a
Tiie i'iiiaes Florence and Lillie Stein
ri, who have been ill (with influenza,
a io ugain able to be up and around.'
The (iiogram' planned for Tuesday
evening al the Mcnnonito church has
been culled off on account of te prev
alence of influenza.
Mr. JinoiMllien and Mr. Baumgartncr
canvassed te district for the Red Cross
Christmas roll membership campaign. .
The school will give a short program
on Tuesday afternoon for tho children
and tcii parents. It was thought wiser
not to give much of an entertainment.
Dan Stcffen of the S. A. T. C. of
Coivallis has been mustered out and is
again at home.
The Most Joyous
Yule-tide of the Ages
' The war is over. Death and de--
no longer stalk the battlefields of Eu
rope. The sword has been sheathed
and peace and good will prevails among
st men and nations. Right and justice
have triumphed over brute force. Dem
ocracy has found its place in the sun
and autocracy is forever discredited.
The implements of war are being trans
formed into plowshares for use in
peaceful, productive occupations.
Our boys of the cantonments and
battlefields - are returning to their
" homes. Thousands of them, their work
well done, are already here. Proud
though they be of their part in the war,
they are not nearly so proud as we are
of them and of the work they have
done so well.
Many of them will enjoy with us
this Christmas festival the most mo
mentous of the agesand we trust
that for each and every one of us it will
be not only a day of happiness and
good cheer but also a day upon which '
we will consecrate ourselves to the un
finished task of making the world for
ever a safe place to live in.
416 State Street, Salem, Oregon.