Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, December 27, 1918, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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SattgjjMfjl Hourual
At the Lowest Price You Will Find That the
Always leads. For Dry Goods, Shoes and Ready-to-wear
Goods for Men, Women and Children, call on
us and you will be pleased.
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Uis Isola Hill of Yakima, Wn, li
pending Christmas with her parents,
Mr. and iMra. T. J. inn, I8':u (Jhomek
eta street.
B. T. Youol and Kennotls Youel of
Bilvorton wore registered at the Bligh
P. a OTtahugh of MeMinnville was
In the city yestorday.
- Oral tLomon and Douglas Walker,
wearing the uniform of too navy are
some for a few days.
Clayton Jones is home on a furlough
from the naval training station at Ban
Francisco. His home is rural route 3,
tsalem. -.
Mrs. Ralph Johnson is visiting this
week with 'her parents in Portland.
& Invalids
A'Natritioua Diet for All Aees.
(Quick Lunch; Home or Office.
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The Farmers' Cash Store
Bigger Sacrifices For Next Saturday
Hard wheat flour $2.90
Best Valley flour $2.75
' Sugar, 10 pounds for $1.00
Best Puritan salad oil, 1 gallon $1.90
Good country butter, pound 65c
15-oz. raisins, per package 14c
White Beans, pound .'. 9c
; Peanut butter pound 18c
: Table Pride salmon, can .............17c
Lipton's tea, 1-2-pound can 45c
; Lipton's tea, 1-4-pound can 23c
Reliance coffee, 3 pounds for 95c
Economy coffee, per pound 19c
' Cocoa in bulk, 2 pounds . 45c
Japan rice, per pound 10c
5 bars Elk soap 25c
; Alaska fat Herring, each 5c
$1.35 brooms, at 83c
Big bargains in dry goods, clothing, shoes, rubbers
Cabbage, per pound 3 l-2c
Potatoes, pound, 2c; per 100 pounds $1.60
Onions, lb. 2c; per 100 pounds $1.60
.We will deliver orders of $1.50 and up free of charge
Farmer's Cash Store
j C. O. D. Orders accepted over the Phone
;151 High Street Salem, Ore. Phone453
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; Elmer Smith is home from Camp
liowis for a few days. He is visiting at
his home in Polk county,
' iUarl Daue, formerly with the iLadd
& Bush .bank, returned yesterday to
Camp Lewis after a short visit here.
- Milo Rasmussen, after wearing the
uniform, six mouths at camp Funston,
is home with his discharge.
. Georgo E. Halvorsen, the first over
seas Y. M. C. A. man to arrive home
to stay permanently, returned to 6a
lom yesterday. He was formerly with
the automobile firm of Halvorsen &
Harvey Stege, who lives near Mac
loay, was in tho city yesterday return
ing from the Astoria shipyards. -
. Joe Adolph is apondiug tho holidays
in Los Angeles.
"Bunny" Mowing, prominent mom
ber of the Salem Elks' lodge, is home
from flan Antonio, Texas.
I wish you ft Happy New year. Will
ship livestock on Jan.' 1st. Also handle
poultry. Highest market prices. 0. W.
Eyre. I'houe 220GM. , 12-30
Tonight, dance at Chemawa.. Train
sorvico out. 7:55. Auto service back
at one o 'clock. Good luuch, Good music
Dance starts at 8:30. '
The Stat TedeiratiOn of Labor will
hold its annual convention In Balem be
cinninir Jan. 6. The mooting was-to
have ibeen hold in Bond but tho health
conditions wore such at that place that
it was thought best by the leaders that
the moot should be held in" the capital
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AD Around Town
Dee. 29 Christian Science
lecture, opera house, 3 p. m.
Dec. 30. (Second leUon on
school budget
Dee. 31. Company If dance
at armory.
Jan. 7 Annual Cherrian inie
Jan 8 Annual meeting Ba
lem Commelcial club,
tiation and banquet.
Jan 13 Legislature convene
Jan. 15-18 Auto exhibit.
'TU fuaral MuttfBL"Webb
Ootgfc Co. tt
Il all to can do wnea
Call Webb Clongh Co
if. teatfc Mae.
Pfceme IN.
The Salem Heights Sunday school
will hold a session Sunday morning,
Dec. 29 at 9:45 o'clock. At this meeting
officers for the coming year will be
- Lunch coanter opposite 0. B. B. B.
depot. Good lunches, It. J. B. coffee.
Lady .waitress. Open from 0 a. m. to
12 p. m. . 12-80
Highways Eapid Transit Auto errlce""1'"1" bank bldg. - tf
to Portland and way points daily, leav
ine Salem at 7 a. m. Phone orders ev-
T . . A nm n r il T n
eaing Derore. ioi o. uom i. rnone ooo.
. The Salem high school basket ball
players won' their second same this
soason when they defeated yesterday
the Chemawa team with a score of Zs
to 20. The game is what might .be call
ed a practice game, but it was closely
contested by both teams. The Salem
team will play Silverton high Bchool
at Silverton .next Saturday.
High grade, genuine fun for Cnrtsfr
mas gifts at special prices. West fur
Co., 217 South High St. tt
Dr. J. O. MtUUs, associated with Dr.
H. J. Oloments, office 4.')-410 Salem
Bank of Com. bldg. Office tel. S73;
res. 1705 South Fir St. tel. 596. 12-27
Through Oity Attorney Macy,' the
city is notified by tho Southern Pacif
ic railroad that it has taken note of
the bad condition of the crossing at
Church and Trado streets and that
work will start at once. The letterhead
on which the notice is given is as
follows: United Railroad administra
Hon, W. G. Me Adoo, general director
of railroads.''
Build up Salem's industries by sup
porting those on the ground. tf
are of
Ykk h Tods
Chinese Ucdielne and Tea Oa
f 11 & medicine which will tan
I any knows disease.
OpfB Sundays from 10 a, mv
nntU 8 p. m.
1(3 South Hiith 81
J Balem, Oregon. Phoae IS:
Notice to the
Beginning Thursday evening
December li)th, we will es
tablish a night service both
from Salem and Portland
leaving at 6 p. m. making
two trucks leaving Salem
and Portland daily. Those
desiring quick service from
Portland phone your orders
before 5 p. m.
Sol Roberts, Agent
In the circuit court of Multnomah
county a divorce suit was filed vester
day by Mabel White of Salem in which
she charges Clifford T. White of this
city with eruolty and infidelity. She
alleges that he has spent much of bis
time the past year in the company of
other women. She wants the custody of
iwo enuaren ana sou a month alimony.
They were married in 1904. '
81 em tread supports Salem's nayroll
and in turn the asks the support of Ba
lem people. tf
Ton Should buy Balem bread only,
there is a reason. tf
Marlon county repreeentatiTet ..and
senators received a visit yesterday
from a man who elaimed to represent
the Northwest Tourist association for
which Oregon voted $25,000 at the last
legislature and British Columbia com
ing in for its share. The money was
to be spent for advertising the north
west from the standpoint of the tour
ist. It is probable that members of the
1919 legislature will requiro a careful
and definite accounting of what was
uone witn tne lormer appropriation be
fore voting more money to bring tour
ists to the northwest.
I bar moved my offices Into Hon
pleasant and' more Aommodiou quar
ters on the third floor of the U. 8.
National bank building. Dr. 0. L. Seott
vuuuprac uc-opilMHOglBC, SUV-3S10 U, M.
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Eelax anil rest in the dental chair.
Dr. Hartley fills and extracts teeth
without' pain and corrests " diseased
gums. Moore bldg. Phone 114. ' tf
Balem bread is freshest and best, tf
- Stated meeting ' of Salem
lodge No. 4 and Pacific lodge
No. 50 A. F. & A. M. thls'eT
cning. Work joint installation
of officers. Visitins brethren
welcome. . ,
The Oregon State Teacher's asocia-
tion is now in annual session in Port
land. Marion county is to be ropre
spnted by the following: Jessie A CoJi
H. F. Durham and Emma Dristow of
Salom; B. T. Youel of Silverton; W. J.
Mishlor of Woodburn and Mrs. M. L.
Fulkerson of Salem. -
Hear Evangelist J. A. Gillespie at
Moose- hall Sunday Dec. 29. Subject
"Millions now living who will never
Free Lecture on Christian Science by
Mr. John C. Lathropj C. S. - B. of
Brookline, Mass., Momber of the Board
of Lectureship of ,tho "Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ, Scientist,
in Boston, Mass., will: deliver a free
lecturo on Christian Science at the
Grand Opera House Sunday Dec. 29, at
3 p. m. - 12-28
WR.KJ'HT-'RETICTI At the parsonago
of tho First Methodist church bv the
Bov. B. N. Avison, Dec. 24, 1918,
Royal J. Wright of Linn county and
Miss Mary Rouen of Marion county.
The witnesses to the ceremony were
Mr. end Mrs. Marion Harrison.
H. Avison, at tho parsonago of tho
First Methodist church, Dec. 2(3,
1018, Allen James Gaulter of Wash
ington and Miss Ester Glnzier of
Marion county.
Tho witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. W.
O. Randall.
The best college story ever written, featuring
Just ask a friend who has seen this show and hear 'em say -"IT'S
Fatly Arbflckle Mabel Normand Comedy
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M'CTTLLT At the home of her mother,
Mrs. F. F. McCully, 745 South Twelfth
street, Friday morning, Dee. 27, 1918,
Miss Evande L. McCully, at the age
of 19 years.
She was the aughter of F. F. McCul
ly, a banker of Joseph, Oregon, and
since the fall of 1917 had made bet
home in Salem with her mother to at
tent Willamette university. She was
a sophomore of the university, He
death wag due to pneumonia which de
veloped a few days ago from an at
tack of influenza.
As yet no funeral arrangements have
been made.
"Millions now living who will never
die." This ig the subject of an ail dress
at Moose hall on Sunday Dec. 29, by
Evangelist J. A. Gillespie.
Wanted fat hens and chickens. High
est market price paid. Steuoloff Bros.
Inc. Phone 1528. 12-28
School resumes at the Capital Busi
ness college on nert Monday, Dec. 30th
both day and night sessions. The prin
cipal will fee in his office on Saturday
to register new pupils.
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The funeral services of B. A. Worden
who died Christmas day at the hou i
his son, Charles D. Worden of Quina
by, was held this afternoon from the
chapel of Webb & Clough and was con
ducted by the Reverend Kurston. Bur
ial was m the Claggett cemetery north
of Salem.
Free Lecture on Christian Science by
Mr. John C. Lathrop, C. S. B. of
Brookline, Mass., Member of the Board
of Lectureship of the Mother Church,
The First Church of Chhst, Scientist,
in , Boston, Mass., will deliver a free
lecture on Christian Science at the
Grand Opera House Sunday Dec. 29, at
3 p. m. .- 12-28
I. H. Van Winkle, assistant attorney
general, who has been ill for several
weeks at Colorado Springs, Colorado.
yesterday telegraphed Attorney Genor-
al Brown that ho was slowly recovering
but that his infected hand was in a
serious condition. Mrs. Van Winkle
died at Colorado Springs and on ac
count of illness Mr. Van Winkle has
not been able to return with the body.
A live subject discussed on Sunday
Dec. 29 at Moose hall by Evangelist
J A. flillcspio, "Millions now living
who will never dio."
Following the usual custom, there
will be no story hour at the library to
morrow. It is figured that the children
have enough to keep them occupied be
tween Christmas and New Years with
out going to the library to hear stor
ies. ! '
Have you the
companionship .
of happy faced
children in
your home
Tues. Wed. Thurs.
Charlie Chaplin in "Shoulder Arms"
Annual Clearance Sale
Starts tomorrow. This is a timely opportunity to
supply your needs for now and future:
Regal sheeting, 81 inches wide, bleached, yd... 1 49c '
Peppereltor Mohawk sheeting, 81 inches wide,
bleached, yard - -64c
Pepperell or Mohawk sheeting, 81 inches wide .
unbleached, yard 59c
Pepperell or Mohawk sheeting, 72 inches wide,'
bleached, yard -- -59c
Pepperell or Mohawk sheeting, 72 inches wide,
unbleached, yard -55c
42-inch Pillow Tubing yard....:..... ......... 29c
33 inches wide, yard ...:-33c '
36 inches wide, yard : 36c
Hope Muslin, bleached, best quality, yard wide, . .
yard 25c
Lonsdale Muslin, bleached, best quality, yard
wide, yard ...28c
3-pound Cotton Batt ...:..:J.:.:..:.:.....:...;..::::,VV:.;$1.00
Crash Toweling, yard ....... ... ....:..,........................15c
Linen Crash Toweling, extra quality yard........;...19c
36 inch Percales, yard ...29c and 35c
36 inch Hospital Gauze bleached white, yard ..:...;.12c
Our Prices Always The Lowest
TOONS 1073 - .- -
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
Lieutenant Richard B. Avison of
Portland spent Christmas with his par
ents, the 'Rov. and Mrs. R. N. .Avison.
At the Christmas exercises of the
First Methodist church tha contribu
tion of the Sunday school for relief
work amounted to $216. This is in ad
dition to the cash and food contribut
ed for local relief work.
U. G. Shipley remembered the boys
at the post office this Christmas by
sending them a box of cigars that were
the genuine Havana article.
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After today, all business connected
with the Red Cross membership cam
paign will be done at Red Cross head
quarters in the post office. The office
of County Superintendent Smith has
been attending to the business but as
the campaign is now about over, re
turns will be made to headquarters. Up
to this morniiiff Marion county alone
had subscribed $9378 for memberships
going over the quota established for
both Polk and Marion count'es.
The Chey City bakery management
and employes are co-opornting for s
fine buuemot and evening of entertain
nicnt to be given Saturday evening at
the bakery beginning at 8 o'clock. This
is to bo one of a scries of banquets
and nicotines to be held by the maungO'
ment and employes in which tne it em-
That Means "Happy New Year"
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4 44$ 444I4C
Gale & Go's
ploycs will furnish the program and
will invito their fnnniies and friends.
It is expected that 100 will attend the
first banquet and program tomorrow
evening ' Already an orchestra has been
organized and with tho amount of tal
ent, includingspcakers the Chorry City
bakery is promising its employes, and
tho employes tho management a fine
time, as it is to be a mutual affair.
The local market for eggs wholesale
today was 64 conts. For firsts in Port
land, with rots and cracks deducted, tlio
price is 70 cents. . Sevoral who have
shipped at tho 70 cents a dozen in
Portland find that af tor the commission
houso is through charging for every
thing that may happen to a case of
eggs, that 70 cents doesn't fiure out
any better than the 64 cents in Salem.
Death 3ontenco9 for desertion upon
P. C. Lamb and Georgo A. Jacobs of tho
150th infantry have been commuted by
President "Wilson to 20 years at hard
Hop wire and all kinds
of hides. Before you
sell---SeeUs. Phone 398.
271 Chemeketa
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