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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1919)
MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1919.
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I JUST A WQRB-1
To call your attention to an exception
ally good line of
In a splendid assortment of colors, ma
terials, and at prices that will be to
your interest to stock up now while
you have a greater assortment to se-
USONA SILKS, PLAIN COLORS : 49c
STRIPED USONA SILKS - 69c
TUSSA SILKS : - --69c and 89c-
CHINA SILKS : - - 79c
SILK POPLINS 98c $!-49 and $2-15
CREPE DE CHINES - - -- 60
MESSALINES - . - - $1-49 and $1.98
TAFFETAS ..' .". ., -- -' $1-49 $L79 and $L98
GEORGETTE CREPES ...........?....r . :.................$1.79
WE KEEP QUALITY UP AND THE PRICES DOWN
VI H .Mill
vs w." I. an von ma i take
death comes. CtOl Wefc CJeuga 0-
Mocked early to avoid the rush, at old
location, 4Uo Court et. u. u. x-unwui "
prop. 3 12
Putrona of the troblic liDiary who are
especially interasted in the European
situation, will find in the reading room
a number of copies ot tne --vommuii
wealth Eeview," the organ of the Uni
versity of Oregon, which contains a
most instructive article on the self
determination of nationalties by Dr.
Rebce, along the line of bis recent lec
ture in this city.
We buy liberty UmOs. 314
Baby chicks. 644 State Bt Phone 400
president Doey, of Willamette, has
recently received a wire from a group
of former university boys who hod just
arrived in Now York on thoir way home
from Franco. They are members of thc
163nd infantry and will land at Camp J
Lewig very shortly lor weir oincm. ,
discharge. AU were well and , have j
come throuen tne service i
ious consequences. The message wt
signed by Atterbury, Baitlett, Collins,;
Gilbert, Uuard ana roiiocn. i
Artificial teeth, have expert plate j
man, w.h over S3 years experience,
at my office. Dr. 1. X. Beeehler, den
tist, 302 U. 8. Nat.' Bank bld. tf
We ley liberty bonds. 814 Masonic j
Colombia river smelts in any quan
tity. Fittg Market. tf
The county recorder's office is the
rool fcnrnnintpT a. to real estate condi
tions in Salem and Marion eounty.When
there is nothing doing in the recorder's
office, real estate matters are slow.
But there is something doing in real
o.tntn rliirincr in rpfll estate duriUZ tllO
past six months and tho evidence is in
the largo amount of work being done
in the way of recording deeds, and in
cidents in the releasing of mortgages.
Never in the past five or six years has
the recorder's ottice ucen go ousy aa n
is how in recording transfers of real
Shipyard Workers To
. Poll Back-To-Work Vote
. Seattlo, "Wash., March 3. Seattle, Ta
oma and Aberdeen shipyard workers
approximating close to 40,000 men will
poll a Imek-to-work voto cominonclng
Thuvsilav on terms to be arranged tt
ft joint Metal Trades Council mooting
in Keattlo tomorrow.
This line of action was decided upon
a mooting of Tacoma, Seattlo and
Aberdeen strike officials held in T&- Mrs John R. Roberts who was Ber.
nt-.vsrtni nr!fli ih n rB. irttlultt1 ltllllroil ill fl 11 f am nhl 1 ft HCpI
Cimill Vt;il lUliy null mvj ' " ...j... "
ervution that I'acino Coast snipyaru uoni .iriuny evening, is rujioncu iu ue
workers bo assured first of proper rep
reannt.ntinfl at the shinvaru wnco con-
feronco to be huld in "Washington, D.
(J., March. 17 tn. -
Denial of charges contained in a let
ter road in congress rocontly to tho
condition of American troops in Italy
is made by Brigadier General Charles
rest in ir today very comfortably. She
is s tiil at tho home of Mrs. a. strong
whero sho was 'tnkon immediately fol
lowing the accident.
Regular meeting of Ilodson council
Xo. 1, E. & 8. M., this evening. Special
business. A full attcmlance is request
vt liv nnlni. nf tlin Tlirin.A T!K TViftflter.
i Visiting companions welcome
Duo to our rapidly increasing
lunch trade we find our present
equipment incaja'ble of taking
caro of the business in the man
ner we should like. To better our
equipment and thus give better
service we will close our lunch
business beginning Tuesday
morning for a few day3 to re
model our kitchen. Several new
gas ranges, siteiim tables and
other conveniences will bo add
ed and we shaft double the ca
pacity of this department.
Wo linvn fnutid. since estab
lishing our lunch service that it
complies more to tho noeds or,
the peoplo of this city.
TV fiirltim- mpAf 11m desires of
our customers we aro making
this change in order that we may
continue in our old standard of
service to our patrons by giving
immodiato satisiactory sorviva
W. M. Smith, county superintendent
of schools, announces that he is arrang
ing for a teachers' institute to be held
in Salem Saturday, March lata. ir.
Carl Gregg Doney wiH be the principal
speaker for the occasion. This insti
tute is one of a series to bo hold in the
county to take the place of the annual
institute that was postponed. Teachers
from all parts of the county are ex
pected to attend.
At a recent meeting of the directors
of the Y. M". C, A. the matter of a tem
porary secretary was again, brought up,
and it was Imaiiy ucciuea to seiem
T.iant TTiiir fi. Eichter. who will serve
until the board has secured a permanent
man. Lieut. Eichter1 has had some ex
norinnp.n in T. M. C. A. activity, serv
ing as a field secretary in the army at
tlin i-.amns at Fort Casey, Wasli., ana bt
Vancouver barracks. -He is a rormer
student of Willamette university, go
ing fioni here to the Oregon Agricul-
New shipments direct from
New York manufacturers are
arriving here daily. In buying
direct from the manufactur
ers we save you all the- jobbers
and commission men expense.
$11.95 to $35.00
$11.90 to $35,03
"Our Prices Always The Lowest"
GALE & CO,
Commercial and Court Streets., Salem
Formerly Chicago Store
548 State Street Formerly
Ward's Drug Store Stand
IT WILL PAY.
Following is sample of my
Large Crisco $1.90
There is such a quiet boom going on office
in real cstato circles that vory few peo
ple realize that something is reanj nap-
penning to the real estate market, ana
specially to farming lands, said a real
cstato dealer today. Androw L. John
son had $6,000 in his pocket irom wmc.i
he was willing to part it no couiu lum
tho citv. Alter
looking over, the town for a week or so
he finally found B. A. Shaver who was
willing- to sell hia hom....e on North
, Please Read This Announcement
Special Commercial Club Dinner
Marion Hotel, Thursday, March 6, 6:30 p. m.
MR. CHARLES COOLIDGE PARLIN
Director Bureau of Commercial Research ,
MR. WILLIAM BOYD
DIRECTOR OF ADVERTISING
(Saturday Evening Post
Both of Curtis Publishing Company: (Ladies Home Journal
(Country Gentleman '
1ITI ?J . "kT .
i liars vvmte XNome soan.
..large bars 23c
5 bars Crystal white
5 bars Ivory soap ..30c
Holly milk, per can 14c
11 lbs. saw
Seeded raisins, nks ...'.....13c
2 Arm and Hammer
Quaker Oats, lge pkg ... 29c
Jell O, pkg 10c
Try this place. You will be
surprised at the saving
opic:. Marketing of Farm Products
A Rare Treat Offered Marion County Men
Through Messrs. Parlin and Boyd's visit here in connection with the 1919 PHEZ and APPLEJU ($100,000)
Advertising Campaign to be run in the Saturday Evening Post.
Get a Ticket At Once And Be There!
DINNER $1.00 DO IT NOW!
Tickets on sale with the following:
. T. BARNES .
COMMERCIAL CLUB ,
D. W. EYRE
P. E. FULLERTON -PATTON
MARION HOTEL ...
. ROBERT PAULUS
college, whore lie graduated
in 'Cottage street for $0,000. The deal was
I snnn m:L(le and tho record nf sale is no w
officially filed in tho county rocordor's
4c WHEN IK SALEM, OBEOON
4 tftop Bt .
"A Home Away from Home."
Btrictly Modern $1 per Day
100 Booms of Solid Coffort
Only Hotel in Businoss District
Wrong glasses are
worse sometimes than
If in doubt about
your present glasses
or your eyes,
will examine vour
leyes thoroughly and
204-5 Salem Bank of
The training school at Chehallis has
received an appropriation of $150,000,
including $60,000 for a gymnasium and
In several lennths end ot a wide
range cf prices. Identical in t''"t,
size and matching wiih (jfnuine
oriental pe.'tls of fsbulous vtlue.
You will be fascinated by La
Tausca Necklaces, the "touch su
preme" for feminine costume.
Jewelers & Opticians
171 S. High Street
230 Ash Street
Phone Broadway 454
Ours is the only line of auto freight trucks operating
hfitu'non Viom an A PnrHfni1 "Wo filer maVo
DALLAS, MONMOUTH, INDEPENDENCE,
We buy produce of all kinds and with our transpor
tation facilities we are able to pay the highest cash
prices. Order your freight routed our way. Sell
your eggs, dressed meats, poultry, etc., to us.
Hop wire and all kinds
of hides. Before you
sellSee Us. Phone 398.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
Yick So T021
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