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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1919)
MONDAY, FEBRUART3, 1919.
Which are arriving daily now, and there are things in each shipment that
will interest you. Note these few. articles in .
Kiddie Cloth :
VoiIes " "
torn ana ancy marquisettes
Novelty Summer Dress Goods
Both Mr. and Mrs. !F. 8. Barton of
the Bal cm Electric Company, were re
ported on thu Bick list this week.
M. Buffo Morrison, who hug boon
in San Francisco making her season's
purchases of millinery, roturnod to Sa
Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. Munning leuvo
tonight for Ban Jose, Cat., whore they
expect to spend several months.
Tho following citizens of Reedsport,
Oregon, arrived In tho city yestordny
n businossj II. 'E. Kennedy, J, II. But
Jor, J. A. Zuchnry, J. Sawyer, W. T.
The following Portland pooplo arc
Togistcred at tho Marion hotel today:
Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Zedoll, Fred W.
Corman, Phil 8. Bates, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Wolton.
h. Seymour, I B. Bngaberd and W.
1. Reed, all of Gardiner, are among
tho recent nrrivuls in Salem.
Mrs. Sarah Robinson returned yes
4erdny from a vlit of'six wcokB with
relative, in Portland.
5-Roomed Cottage and Furniture
Thursday, February 6th
1:30 p. m. 615 South 19th Street, Consisting Of
1 good lounge
1 roll top desk, small size
27 yard Brussels carpet, extra
1 oak centre tablo
1 upholsterod oak rocker
1 cast iron top camp stove, 4
1 three-burner oil stove with oven
Canned fruit, dishes, fruit jirs, K utensils, ono broom, tools and many
Broomed house, nearly new, eloctric lights and water, toilet, etc., with
extra large lot. This is a good home for a small family. Terms cash
or bankable note bearing interest at 8 per cent. Furniture cash. Open
for inspection on day of sole only.
L. M. Dcnburger
THR033ING HEAD AND TIRED EYES
are not the right equipment for a successful
Mavbe vou need pIisspr Mnvrw vmi An nnt
Our searching examination
niuatc uicu eveo. wiu cuxitxuy iiiieu glasses, u
needed, will afford permanent relief. ,
DR. A. McCULLOCH
204-5 Salem Bank of Commerce Building
SHOULD COME AND SEE
29c, 33c, 35c, and 39c Yard
17c, 20c, 25c, 29c and 35c Yard
- : ,39
--; 29c and 39c Yard
O. W. Niemoyer loft this morning on
a brief business trip to Portland.
Mrs. Cora E. Beid, who has been
confiued to hor homo for soveral weeks
with Illness, is once moro back at hor
post in tho office of County Superin
HEVVETT In ,this city at 4 a. m. this
morning, at tho home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold M. Howitt, Emma, tho
three year old daughter. Death was
tho result of pneumonia.
Tho funoral will too hold fn tho Rig
don chapel at 2 o 'clock Wednesday
ternoon, and the burial will be in City
The office of County Superintend
ent Smith is today sending out ques
tions for tho eighth grade examinations
to those teachers who failed to tuko
tho examinations in January. These
papers arc supposed to lie made out
on the Oth and 7th of 'this month.
1 wash machine
1 fall leaf tablo
1 kitchen table
1 kitchen cabinet
1 lurge oak dresser
1 caniode -
1 eight-day clock
8 small rockers
2 bed springs and niH tresses
1 garden hoso
1 enrpet sweeper
F. N. Woodry,
rhouo 610 or 611
will reveal the cause of i
S GOODS !
:.-69c, and 79c Yard
AUTO ACCIDENT CLAIMS
(Continued from page one)
had gone through it got off with com
paratively littlo damage, one front
wheel Doing torn off, tho top demolish
ed and the Bteering wheel broken.
Mr. Hansen, husband of the dead
woman, has beon in the employ of the
Capital Transfer Co., for a number of
years as truck driver. Harry Hill, the
husband of tho other victim, is employ-
ed with the Daily Statesman.
t Born, t
BBOO KINS To Mr. and Mrs. 0. E.
Brooking at their home, 991 Mill
street, Saturday, February I, 1919,
a daughter. Sho is to be named Dor
A complaint was filed in the case
of Lung Hung vs Emma S. Thielsen,
suit to recover on an unfulfilled hop
contract, tho plaintiff claiming 18
bales of hops,
Complaint was filed in tho case of
Alliance Trust company vs Conrad
Krebs, ot al, suit ito rccovor the
amount of $8000 under mortgage.
Execution filed for now triul in tho
case of Oarl Beckett vs 8. W. Thomp
son, suit for money. Plnintiff alleges
Execution filed in the case of Frank
W. Ward vs Richard and Ralph Swartz
suit f,or money.
Final account .filed by Eva Wolfard
executrix in the estate of J. H. Masch
Inventory and appraisement filed in
tho estate of Bennie II. Ling, deceased.
Final account filed by Fannie Kay
Bishop, in the estate of Ann Kay, de
ceased. Order issued appointing A. Potter,
A. H. Trimble and T. K. Ford apprais
ers in the estate of Ellen T. McLean.
Mersficld Had Highest
Record In Loan Contest
San Francisco, Feb. 3. Tho ten Pa
cific slope cities which won the light
to name ten United States ships were
named today by the federal reserve
bank. Thoy are: Log Angeles, Seattlo,
Spokano, Berkeley, Pasadena, Bakers
field, EurekS', Aberdeen, Bono and Ala
meda. Tho honor clticg win because their
percentage of over-subscription in the
lourtn liberty loan outranked all oth
ers. Tho principal cities, were divided
mu live ciutufus. accuruinir 10 popula
Bakersf ield ' record of 254 per eent
oversubscription is the highest in the
entire Twelfth district. Los Angeles had
tho largest number of subscribers
Plans will immediately be made in
theso ten cities to select their names,
choose sponsore aad provide fitting pro
Although San Francisco did not win
a place, its total subscription of $110,
83(1,1 "'0 was tw0 and one-third times
as large a3 the nearest competitor, Los
Rules of the contest were that one
city should be chosen from each of class
A, B. and C, two from class D and
I All Around Town
Salem bread is freshest and bast tf
Watktna Bcsaedles liniment, Men
thol, Camphor, Ifustard Ointment, Spie
e. Extracts aad Toilet Artielea.
Phone 402. For sale by M. W. Baw
17, .331 N. Liberty St., Salem. - 8-14
The attention of school techera is
directed to the two zone meetings that
will be held Saturday, January 8, one
in the Salem high school, in charge of
J. W. L. Smith, and one at Silverton,
in charge of Mrs.' Fulkerson.' At these
meetings the matter of club work for
the season will be discussed, as well
as certain re-adjustments of the study
"Tbs best" la all yu osui do -when
death comes. Oall Webb k Clough Oo.
Phono 120. ' tf
Having lately retarnetl to Salem I
am ready to receive piano pupils at my
home, 1472 Mill, or will go to homes
of pupils. Special attention given to
technic and expression. Mrs. Lena Wa
ters. Phone 1164U. tf
The Marion County Creamery hag
just begun the work of remodeling the
building in which thoy are located
with a view ito placing all their equip
ment in the north half of the build
ing. Workmen are now laying a cement
floor as the first unit.
Highways Rapid Transit Auto service
to Portland and way point daily, leav
ing Salem at 7 a. m. Phone orders eve
aing before, 265 Ferry. Phone 663. tf
We bay liberty bonds. 314 Xasonic
Geo. Halvorsen, of the Valley Motor
Co., has just returned from Portland,
bringing a handsome Essex car, the
first to appear in Salem. Thig is a
high grade machine, the same model
as has beon shown and created a sen
sation in eastern automobile exhibi
O. W. Eyre will ship livestock Wed
nesday Fob. 5. Pays highest market
price. Call 2206M, evenings. 2-3
We luy liberty bonds. 311' Masonic
bMg. ' tf
The fire truck was called out last
night about 10:30 to the Beynolds res
idence at 735 N. High street, whore
some children had overturned an oil
stove and started a blaze. It was ex
tinguished with no damage except to
the norves of tho household.
We have moved our offices to rooms
201-203 Gray block, over Hartman
Bros, jewelry etore 1H5 JN. LmDerty ot.
Q. E. UNBUH,
' B. W. MAC?. tf
Specials. Black screen wire 2V2c, gal
vanized 3c per sq. ft., wall paper 10c
and upward per doublo roll, padded
ironing boards $1.25, good bargains
window shades still left. Stock gener
ally reduced in price. J. A. Patterson,
285 N. Com'l St.
Stated meeting of Hodson council,
No. 1. B. & S. M.. this evening. A full
attendance is requested by order of
the Thrico 111. Mutftcr. Visiting, com
Mrs. Jackson, the juvenile officer,
left this afternoon1 for Portland in
charge of the family of seven mother
less children by the name of Usher,
who jyere recently sent from Montana
to reJativcs in Mill City. Their rela
tives theTe were unablo to provido
for them and after conferring with
their grandmother in Spokane, it was
finally decided to send them there, the
relatives wiring tickots for tho group.
They left for the north in a happy
Mr. and Mrs. S. F.Martin of the Sa-
lom Electric Co., are both ill at their
home on iN. 20th St. As it may be im
possible to get out bills, Mr. Martin
requests that payments be made at
tho store tho first of the montn. unis
courtesy will be appreciated. 2-4
Regular meeting of Chad wick chap
ter No. 37, Order of Eastern Star,
Tues. evening Feb. 4fh, 8 o'clock. In
stallation of officers.
a D. Doremus writes from Mt. Mc
Gregor, New York, whero he has gono
for the benefit of his health, that he
never felt better in his life. He is able
to take long walk9 now, and has visit
ed several Revolutionary spots of in
terest along the Hudson river. From
a place called West Lookout, used as
a look out during Revolutionary days,
he could see soveral large monuments
FR0I1 THAT COLD?
.Col J a and cougha are quickly
relieved by Dr. Kind's
:NoWy should feel ?Wfectly mis
' erable" from a cold, cough or bronchial
attack lor very long. For it takes only
little while to relieve 't and get bad;
on the road to recovery when Dr.
King's New Discovery la faithfully
used. It soon kxMens the pUegra. re
lieves irritation, soothes the parched,
ore throat, brings comfort.
Half a century old and more popular
today than ever. 60c and $1.20.
Make Your Bowels Behave
Make them function with gratifying
precision. If regulation of the diet
does not relieve their torpidity Dr.
King's New Life Pills wiiL They are
perfect bowel trainers, cleanse tho
system surely, comfortably. 25c.
in the distance, marking battle fields.
He also visited Gen. Grant's cottage,
which he found very interesting. Ev
erything is just as it was when Geu.
Grant died. Even the lamp chimney is
smoked and the stubs of candles ard
there. His pen and pencil lay: on the
table as he left them. Mr. Doremus
expects to be at home again before
many weeks. -
. E. P. attention! Installation tomor
row night. All Knights be sure to
come out, P. Andresen, C. C.j P. J.
Kuntz, J. It. S.
Home Service Section A. R. C. bs
a request for a woman's cloak, aad
dress skirt for a tall woman, also a
hat, all in good condition. Please re
spond. Phone 332.
A marriage license was recently is
sued from tho clerk 's .office to Fred
A. Booney of Scrag, Montana, and
Martha Wedel of this city.
' Olothes hangers free, with every
cleaning pressing or dyeing order of
75c or over, we will give free a hard
wood combination coat and - trouser
hanger. This week only. Salem Clean
ing Works. Phone 703, 1261 State,
The delivery wagons of Steusloff
Bros, and the Gile Mercantile company
collided at the intersection of Court
and Liberty streets this morning. The
Steusloff car, which was said to have
the right of way, suffered consider
able damage, while tho other got away
with minor injuries.
Constable W. E. DeLong was called
to Portland this morning to bring in
a party who is wanted hcTe on a fel
ony charge. '
In Justice Unruh's court the case
of State vg AV. T. McKimmey, charg
ed with cruelty to animals, will como
up for hearing Wednesday atternoon,
while the case of Business Men's Ad
justment company against Charles
Thurman will como up Thursday.
X Wagner, an inmate of the state
hospital, got away from tho institu
tion recently and wandered into the
heart of the city on a tour of explora
tion. Ho was discovered by Officer
Branson and taken back to the hos
pital. Mrs. Sadie McFadden of North Cap
itol street, inoting the S'ecent para
graph in the Journal with regard to
the record made by ithe pullets of H.
L. Clark during the month of January,
Telephone C.O.D. Orders
; 198 and-186
Lge pkg. Quaker Oats... 30c
101k ten Rolled Oats. 72c
Ralstons Bran ,pkg 13c
2 pkgs Grape Nuts 25c
2 pkg Puffed Rice or
1 lb. Can Ghiradellis
Ground Chocolate ....30c
12-oz. Royal Raking Pow
der . ....... 35c
1-2 lb. Hershey Cocoa... 18c
Bulk Cocoa, best quality.
pound . 25c
Large Instant Postura. 50c
Large Wesson soil. . . .$1.70
filed. Wesson's oil 75c
Small Wessons oil .....40c
Large Crisco ...$1.90
Met Cmco ; 95c
No. 10 Light Karo syrup $1.00
No. 5 hght Karo syrup ... 52c
No. 5 dark Karo syrup ... 49c
No. 10 dark Karo syrup 98c
Lfaond C flour $2.55
Crown or Olympia flour $2.95
Fancy Wed coffee, lb . .27c
Fancy Celon or Japan tea,
1-2 lb .pkg. 22c
?t.2dard Tcmates, can . .8c
299 North Commercial St
103 S. Commercial St
New dress goods, taffetas; messalines, georgette
crepes, crepe de chines, new summer wash materials,
new ginghams, etc. "
Ladies' new coats, suits and dresses for spring are
1 just beginning to
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST ....
Commercial and Court Streets., Salem
Formerly Chicago Store
wants to "go him one better." She
has four fine Rhode Island Bed pul
lets which in the 31 day period of Jan
uary laid 92 eggs. This hints the score
of Mr. Clark by several eggs, as his
seven pullets laid 140 eggs in the same
Mrs. E. D. Cannady, associate edit
or of the Portland Advocate, the only
colored publication in the state, is in
the city today to use her influence in
behulf of a bill drawn up in behalf of
the colored peoplo of Oregon. It pro
vides lor equal civil rights in all mat
ters of public places, conveyances,
amusements, otc. While in the city she
is also saying a good word for the Ad
vocate, which is a very newsy sheet.
Lieut. Robert Newbegln arrived in
the city last night and is a. visitor at
tho state house itoday. He has been
sent here by tho war department com
mission to work for the passages of
one or two bills which are considered
important bv the authorities in the
campaign against. vico diseases, with
special reference to military camps.
Was In Belgium During
Time Of Hun Invasion
William ChorringtOn of this city is in
receipt of a lotter from J. J. Cunning
ham of Seattle telling of the experi
ences of Mr. Cunningham's sister who
lived in Courtrai, Belgium, during th
four years the Huns occupied the town.
Mr. UnnninghEm had written a letter
to his sister in 1916 but it was held by
a friend in Belfush until the English
occupied tho town a few mouths ago
when it was delivered.
A Belfast paper in telling of Miss
Cunningham's exporienco gives the fol
lowing: "In a tiny room besides a tat
tered church in Courtrai I found a won
derful old lady, who is ono of the hero
ines of this war. She is Miss Mary
Cunningham, the duughter of a linen
inanufucturer who was established in
Courtrai many years ago.
"Hho clung to her littlo lodgings and
when the Germans arrived four years
ago, refused to leave. She is nesily
7U years old. Courtrai was being bom
barded when she received mo, but the
fact made no impression whatever on
her. She merely asked me to shut the
door carefully 8 those bombs were
dropping about. They had already brok
en hor windows.
"Alone, friendless and regarded with
deep suspicion by the Gorman police
Miss Cunningham has lived her own
life and given lessons in English to ell
who would come, to hor. When ths
German Fourth army passed through the
strcetg in retreat, she did not give it a
After the Germans . had retreated
from Courtrai, the letter written by Mr.
Cunningham two years ago was handed
to his sister. Under date of November
7, 1918, she wrote, "I duly received
Hop wire and all kinds
of hides. Before you
sell See Us. Phone 398.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
arrive here every day.
your letter which enclosed one from nry
brother for which I thank you very
much. I was very uneasy about my
brother. You will pleaso excuse my ug
ly writing. My eyesight has been a
little affected by tho bombardment and
I do not see very well. But please God,
it will get better soon."
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Beginning Wed. Feb. 5th, balance of
Pomeroy & Wallace stock. Everything
goes at your own price. 125 N. Com
mercial St., Salem.
WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON
"a Home Away from Home."
Strictly- Modern 1 per Day
100 Rooms of Solid Coffort
Only Aotel in Business District
Chinese Mtdiclne and Tea Cs.
Hat medicine whieh will ran f
muj Knows aisease.
Opn Sundays from 1 a, m.
159 Onntk Ynt. i
Salem, Oregoa. Phoae 131
LOUIE'S LUNCH COUNTER
Across from O. E. Depot
GOOD COOK AND
All Sandwiches 10c
Ham and Eggs 35o
Wionnio Sandwiches 6c
Plain Stesk 30o
Pork Chops 3Ce
Roast Pork ..... S5o
Tw0 Fried or Boiled Eggs ..25o
Liver and Onions ...25c
Bread, butter pio coffee and side
dishes with orders
Coffee and Pie . 100
Willamette Valley Transfer
FAST AUTO TRUCKS
Daily Between Portland and
Salem, Independence, Mon
mouth and Dallas.
Orders Taken Both Ways
Portland Office, 230 Ash St
Phone Broadway 454
Salem Office 171 S. High St.
We're in the Market
Win. Bell, Agent.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
five from Class E.