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W DttilpnMal Journal
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1919.
YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT
1 lie Jo C0 Pen
GETTING THE BEST OF MERCHANDISE, AND SERVICE AT THE
EVERY DAY BRINGS IN NICE NEW STOCK THAT WILL PLEASE
YOU. DO NOT OVERLOOK US FOR HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, DRESS
GOODS, APRONS, HOUSE DRESSES, GENTS FURNISHINGS, SHOES,
ETC, IF YOU WISH TO ECONOMIZE TO THE FULLEST EXTENT
Hope Muslin, yard 19c
Lonesdale Muslin, yd. 22c
Percales, yard 15c to 35c
Ginghams, yd. 19c to 39c
ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER
T. M, Barr is on a business trip to
i. u. eiusiis ana w. Kukura aro
among the Astoria peoplo (tupping in
Prof, J. McLaughlin of the Aericut
tural college, is among tho guests at
mo Aiiinon hotel,
h. A. Lotor and Russell Beckett liavo
just returned to tho nuval training
Btation at Seattle, after spending their
furlough iu this city.
Mrs. Richard Perdue and son start
ed laat night on a trip to Lawtou,
W, . U'Ren came in from Oregon
City yesterday to attend the sessions
Thoodore Both was in Portlund on
brief business errand Tuesday.
Cyrus Pruner is entertaining eg his
ftucst this week Sergeant B. II. (jrub
liins og Kent, England. The two serv
ed in -the same battery of tho British
A. iO. Bohrnstedt of tho federal loan
association, is in Newport 03 business
P. W. Stousloff went to Portland to
day for a conforenco with, tho archi
tect in charge of the plans and speci
fication! of tho new packing plant.
Itcports from the hospital attendants
at noon today stated that the condi
tion of Mrs. Harry Hill remains prac
Attornoy James T. Chinnock of
Grants Pass, is among the recont ar
rivals in tho city.
S. B. Crouch of Roseburg arrived in
tiro city this morning, registering at
tho Marion hotel.
Frank J. iNorton of Sutherlin, is in
Suletn today on a business errand.
Mr. and Mrs; I A. Batchcllor of
Glendalo, arrived in the city today
and aro guests at the Hugh hotel. Mr.
Batehollor was seriously injured in a
sawmill gomo time since and is hero
for medical treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry, 8. P. Kine
and H. Ij. Fisher are among the Port
land people stopping at tho liligh ho
J. C. Wolf is one of the Silverton
citizens visiting in Salem today.
Dr. Anna Muurer of Eugene is
among tho recent arrivals in Hnlom,
LOST or STOLEN
$250,000 Worth of Liberty Bonds.
Such a notice was received by this bank a few
Let us keep your Liberty Bonds or you in our
"Safe Keeping" department. It will cost you noth
ing.and may save you worry and perhaps your
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
J . H. Albert, President. Jos. H. Albert, Cashier
Has Reputation As Humorist
Representative Stewart of Fossil,
who sold his newspaper a few weeks
ago, has gained the reputation of be
ing one of the humorists of the house,
Ag to the government plan of boun
ties on coyotes, he told tho -ways and
means committee last evening: "The
government is nice people but it is
long on theory and short on cxperi
enco. Tho government provides a lot
of nice jobs. It picks up a man no good
for anything else and sots him to
catching coyotes on the government
"Some one told the governor ofctha
government s plan, but ho said he was
open to conviction. 1 think J. convicted
him. Tho governor didn't know any
hotter until I told him.
' ' All day I have been voting for tho
raise in salaries of judges and other
fellows until my head began to swim.
1 hopo your ways and means commit
tee will vote some money for ceyoto
bunties as this is the only way of get
ting rid of them.
"You hear about the high price of
a coyote pelt, I expect if an export
should got a hido at the right season
of the year and cut it so a womnn
could put it on without buttoning it
up in the back, I suppose it would
bring a high price. "
"1 don't like the way the govern
ment is handling the forest reserves.
There are no homesteads in the nation
al forests reserves. If a man should go
on a reserve and find some good land,
he would bo told it wag needed for
the forest ranger.
"If you will keep the bounty up on
coyotes, we will soon get rid of them"
round i own
. COMING EVENTS
Feb. 5 Lecture lof W. H.
Galvani on Russia, at the city
library, 8 o'clock p. m.
Feb. 7 Apollo invitational
eoneert at opera house.
Feb. 12-15 Automobile show
Feb. 21-Legislature adjourns
Salem breed Is freshest ana best tf
W&tkins Remedies liniment, Men
thol, Camphor, Mwrtard Ointment, Spic
es, -Extracts ui Toilet Articles.
Phone 402. For sals by M. W. Raw-
ley, 331 N. Liberty Bt., Salem. 2-14
Mrg. George Gerlinger of the board
of regents of the University of Ore
gon, is in the city in company with
Miss Gertrude Talbot of Eugene, in
the interest of an appropriation for
the woman's building at the univer
"The best'. Is ait yen oaa do whea
death comes. Gall Wbb A Glougk C.
Phono 120. tf
Having lately retvraed to Salem
am ready to receive piano pupils at my
some, 1472 Mill, or will co to homes
or pupils, special atteation riven to
technic and exsreesioa. Mrs. Lena Wa
ters. Phone 118411. tf
In the latest casualty list Is the
name of Cloyd Dixon Eauch, of 1680
Fir street, Salem. Ho is reported among
the wounded but how seriously is not
Highways Rapid Transit Auto service
to Portland and way poists daily, leav
ing Salem at 7 a. m. Phsie crders eve
ning before. 265 Ferry. Phone 603. , tf
We buy liberty bonds. 814 Masonic
MAKE SERIOUS CHARGES
R saw w M u iyr B ?SL liUs U0
5-Roomed Cottage and Furniture
Thursday, February 6th
1 :30 p. m.-W5 South 19th Street, Consisting Of
1 good lounge
1 roll top desk, small size
27 yards Brussels caipet, extra
1 oak centre table
1 upholstered oak rocker
1 east iron top camp stove, 4
1 three-burner oil stove with oven
1 wash machine
1 fall leaf table
1 kitchen table
1 kitchen cabinet
1 large oak dresser
1 eight-day clock
2 small rockers
2 bed springs and inatresses
1 garden hose
Washington, Feb. 5. Sensntlonal
! charges that Ohio soldiers of tho 332nd
infantry regiment, located at Cattaro,
Palmation ,aro ill fed, unpaid, ill cloth
ed mid commanded bv drunken officers,
wilt be presented to tho house today by
Representative McCullough of Canton
Ohio, he announced.
TO DEPORT 1 W. W.
Asuza, Cnl., Fob. 5. Approximately
1(H) Russians and alleged I. W. W.
agitators aro to bo deported from the
Charter Oaks orange district at 1
o'clock tliist afternoon by a vigilance
committee, according to a well .defin
ed understanding: here, based on tele
Lieutenant Fred Stciwor and Ilonry
Judd, Pondleton young men, are with
the 65th Coast artillery, just returned
First Lieut. Arthur - T. Lee, son of
Rev. Geo. H. Lee, or Newberg, is one
of the Oregon boys cited recently for
extraordinary heroism in action on the
tront in France. At ono point Lee ad
vanced with his platoon under heavy
artillery and machine gun fire and
captured seven machine 'guns and a
largo quantity of ammunition.
We ley liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
We have moved our offices to rooms
201-203 Gray block, over Hartman
Bros, jewelry store, 125 N. Liberty St,
B. W. MACY. tf
Ed Minten, a Salem boy who has
been in the thick of the fighting on
the French front, is expected home
soon from San Diego, where ho went
for his discharge. For some time he has
been confined to a hospital in an
Francisco on account of two wounds
received in battle. Ho also has two
brothers in the service, one of them
being stationed in Siberia.
Baby chicks. 544 State St Phone 400
Training for business should be up
permost in the mind of every young
person, no matter what nis ultimate
vocation is to be. It is the mission ot
the Capital Business Collogo to train
young people In the things that are
useful. A new class in shorthand next
week, in the day school; also, in tho
night school, tho Inst one of this sea
son, providing five new pupils enroll
for it. Call or telephone 388 for information.
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Portland, Eugene, Albany and other
points, with a view to making the or
ganization cover the entire north part
of the valley.
With 20 candidates ready for initia
tion and a big Johnny Jones banquet
the Elks lodge is preparing for big tlo
ings Thursday evening of this week
During the flu, there had accumulated
a fine assortment of prospective Elks,
Dut none were initiated. But tomorrow
evening they will all bo given the
hailing Bign and later pennitted to
partake of the kind of a banquet that
Dears tne imprint of Johnny Jones. It
is understood that several members of
the legislature who are of the antler
herd will cbe in attendance, not so
much on account of the banquet but
just to show the Salem boys they have
tne Drotnerly feeling.
The lecture this evening at the city
public librarv at 8 o'clock of W. H.
Vralvani promises to be of more than
usual interest. Born and reared in the
heart of Russia, Mr. Silvani, more
than any man in the northwest, is able
to tell of the real life of the Russians
an what the bolshevcik movement
means. Then, be is an interesting
speaker and is authority on all Rus
Following is a list of well known
people, who are in the city today or
in attendance upon the legislature:
Attorney Ben Day, Charlcg Dodd, Robt.
Townsend, of the Portland Railway,
Light and Power Co., Fred J. Brady,
a former member of the legislature;
Judge Robert Tucker, Attorney John
li. Hall, J. D. Mickle, dairy and food
commissioner; Merton JJeLOng, repre
senting a Portland bonding house
Headmaster VV. A. Eatchel of Multno
mah county, District Attorney Walter
H. Evans, Sheriff T. M. Hurlburt
County Clerk J. W. Beveridge, Asses
sor Henry E. Reed, Superintendent W.
V. Aldorson, all of Portland.
There was a suggestion of the good
old days in tho appearance at the Sa
lom dock of the stern-wheeler Pomo
na, which left Portland yesterday
morning on her first trip to Independ
once, arriving here at 9 o'clock last
night, making about twelve hours for
actual running time. She brought up
about 75 tons of freight, composed
principally of wheat and merchandise
and several passengers, also Captain
'Chris Bluhm, Pilot Edward Williams
and others in operation positions are
personally interested in the project,
and furthermore are not only well ac
quainted along tho stream but are ex
perienced in the shipping line, having
made the route for many years in tne
davs of the Oregon City Transports
tion company. There is little doubt
that as merchants and producers come
to realize tho convenience of this ser
vice they will utilize it to a great ex
tout, especially as the boat is to meet
railway competition. There is assur
ance that if the up river trade enlarg
es sufficiently another boat will be put
on and tho service extended to Cor-vallis.
i ADVAfJCE ARRIVALS
Also New Spring Millinery
New Models Arriving Every Day
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST ....
Commercial and Court Streets., Salem
Formerly Chicago Store
In Justice Unruh's court this morn
ing Mrs. Theresa IMiumgartnor, charg
ed with polygamy, appeared and waiv
ed a hearing and was bound over to
tho errand jury in tho sum of $500. A
civil case was also placed on file, the
Business Men's Adjustment Co. vs El
va Amidon and wife, an action for
T company will resume its regular
drills beginning tomorrow night. 2-8
1 earnet iweenn
J Canned fruit, dish., fruit jus, K utensils, ono broom, tool, and manv
5 roomed house, nearly new, electric lights and water, toilet, etc.. with
extra largo lot. This is a good home for a small family. Terms cash
or bankable note bearing interest at 8 per eont Furniture cash. Open
for inspection on day of sale only. '
L. 3L Dcnburgcr
F. N. Woodry,
Phone 610 or 611
Woodry the auctioneer, will
sell your real and personal
property and receive full
valuo, 'the test ha, been al
ways proven. Phone 510 or
F. K. WOODSY
Oinducts purebred stock sales
of evory description. Phone 510
or 511, Sale n.
I want your furniture, ranges,
heaters, etc. Phone 510 or 511,
Woodry, the auctioneer, Salem
Special prices on window shales. Odd
sets silver spoons, knives and forks(
children's sets and nut sets at cost
Wall paper from 10c to 65o per dou-
bla roll. Butcher knives of fine qual
ity steel 25e to $1. See my 15c window.
J. A. Fattcrson, 2S5 N. JomT St.
Homer H. Smith has recently enlarg-
and greatly improved the interior of
his office in the Meyers block on
Court street, and flow has oue of the
handsomest suites in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Terwilliger, grad
uate morticians and funeral directors,
770 Chomoketa St. Phone 724. .
Clothes hangers free, with every
cleaning, pressing or dyeing order ot
7oe or over, we will give free a nsrd
wood combination coat and trousers
hanger. This week only. Salem Clean
ing Works. Phone 703. 12&1 State,
A meeting of the employing print
ers, publishers and paper men was re
cently held at the Marion hotel for
the purpose of discussing the matter
of forming an organization through
which it would be possible to agree
upon a price schedule that would pre
vent the cut throat competition that
has been too prevalent in the printing
fraternity. At this meeting B. A. Shav
er was made president of the proposed
organisation, and Lee I nruh secretary.
Another mooting will b held at the
Commercial club rooms next Saturday
evening at which an effort will be
mad eto agree upon regulations and
methods. It is expected that prominent
men of the trade will be present from
The walnut . growers of this section
should be interested in the coming
convention lof tho Wili'Tnj Walnut
Growers association which is to be
held in Portland on Thursday and Fri
day of this week. Some of the most
noted authorities of Oregon will be
present and take part iu the discus
sions. County Inspector Va,n Trump
will give a alk on the status of the
walnut industry in Marion county, ana
Robt. Paulus will have an address deal
ing with organization and marketing.
Marriage licenses were recently is
sued from the clerk 's office to the I
following couples: Merritt J. Eddy of
Eugene, and Ada McBrido of Marion
county, united in marriage yesterday
at the hands of Dr. B. N. Avison. Vic
tor E. Hughes and Maude Harms, both
of this city. Married yesterday at the
M. E. parsonage by Dr. Avison. Percy
E. Jones and Selma Brcndon, both of
Silverton. Married today at St. Johns
In Judge Bingham's court this morn
ing tho following persons were given
a hearing and admitted to full citizen
ship as Americans: Thos. S. Roberts,
Catherine Kessans, Geo. W. Hastings,)
Arthur W. Smither, Andrew P. Hen
derson, Frank A. Klampe.
The Big Brotherhood committee of
the Elks lodge are milking preparat
ions for an entertainment for the ben
efit of the bovs of the industrial
school, to bo given next Tuesday eve
ning, Feb. 11. Sleight of hand perfor
mances by the inimitable E. Cooke
Pnton, and musical numbers will be
TUCKER, To Mr. and Mrs. G. H,
Tucker of 170 North 24th street,
j?oruary i, iyi, a son.
He lias been named Harry Elwin.
Tho mother was formerly Miss Flor
Ask If Strike In Oregon
Is Desired By Seattle
Portland, Or., Feb. 5. Officers of the
Metal Trades council hero sent & mes
sage to the council striko committeo in
Seattlo this afternoon asking if a strike
in Oregon is desired. Tho council will
meet hero tomorrow and consider tho
Tho general attitude of union men
in Portland has been peacoful as far as
striko conditions are concerned, but the
metal workers, according to Secretary
W, H. Shaw, won't "stand by and see
tne purpose of the strikers defeated in
Seattlo." . .
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Court House Notes
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An order was entered confirming the
sale of real property in. the estate of
Mary A. Ramp, deceased.
Order issued appointing Clara M. '
Chatfield executrix of the estate of C.
W. Chatfield, deceased.
Order appointing Mux Gelilhar guar
dian ad litem for minor heirs of Oral
lie Courbille, deceased.
Order issued appointing John Walt
man administrator of the estates of
Walter C. Sheldon and Iona Pearl Shel
Final account filed by Eva Wolford,
executrix in the estato of J. H. Masi'h-
COR. FERRY AND LIBERTY STS.
SATURDAY, FEB. 8th
10:30 A. M.
Horses, Harness, Plows, etc., and other
things which the farmers are invited to
1:30 P. M.
Household Furniture, Ranges, new and
second hand heaters, bed springs and
mattresses, . organ, clocks, oil stovo,
rockers and dinners and everything elae
inside the four walls.
P. S Don't miss the autcion on South
Nineteenth St tomorrow.
F. N. WOODRY
Phone 510 or 511
Hearings On applications for natur
alization began this morning in Judgo
Bingham '9 court.
A writ of attachment was filed by
W. J. Linfoot against the Salem King
Prodcts Co. covering tho sum of $299.
06. Order filed confirming the sale of
real property in the case of S. S.
Baumgartner vs Falls C'ity-Salcm Lum
Complaint filed in the case of Nellie
E. Woolery vs Roy A. Woolery, suit
for divorce. The couple were married
in 1911 and have two children. The
wife alleges absolute desertion on part
of the husband.
"Inventory and appraisement filed in
tho estate of L. (Ralph, deceased.
Order issued for salo of real prop
erty in the estate of Ralph E. Merrill,
Order issued for the sale of real
property in the estate of Oiallie Cour-
Divorced 26 years ago, John J. Cam
eron and Lillian T. Cameron have re
married at Boston.
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WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON
"a Home Away from Home."
Strictly Modern $1 per Day
100 Booms of Solid Coffort
Only Hotel in Business District
NEAR BEER MAKES 'EM
DRUNK AT KALISPELL
It is an established fact that near
beer intoxicates, acocrding to Police
Judgo McCarthy, who thia morning fin
ed Joe LaDuke for being drunk. Joe
admitted the fact that he was intoxi
cated by entering a- plea of guilty, and
then informed the court that he had
acquired the jag on near beer. He said
that he could got drunk on it any time
he wanted to, but that it generally took
four or five bottles. - The particular
brand which he used he said was brew
ed in Portland, according to the label
on the bottle.
According to tho police the jag does
not resemble the old fshioned kind,
and they are of the opinion that the
Drew contains some drug or substance
intended to produce an effect as near
intoxication as possible. The chief gays
he is going to have some of the stuff
analyzed. Kalispell Inter Lake.
Oregon Agricultural eollego is entit
led to 4-4 gold stars in its service flag, j
Two of the stars are for faculty mem-brs.
Hop wire and all kinds
of hides. Before you
sell See Us. Phone 398.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
Yick So Too
uunese Medicine aid Tea Oa,
uat medicine which will i
any known disease.
Opn Sundays from II a.
antU 8 p. m.
153 South High Bt.
Balem, Ort'gom. PfcoM m I
Willamette Valley Transfer
FAST AUTO TRUCKS
Daily between Portland and Salem, In-
dependence, Monmouth and PaUaa
ORDERS TAKEN BOTH WAYS
230 Ash St Phone Broadway 454
171 8. High St. Phone 1400
WE BUY PRODUCE
Wm. Bell, Agent
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