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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1919)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1919.
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Do Your Bit To Help Entertain the Home
Coming Boys '
W. S. PITTS Royal Chinook is bring
ing a royal price to all right now 43
cents ft pound; I 'ye seen the. time when
it sold for 10 cents. But to offsett this
wo are selling smelt as low as three
cents a pound by the box. There is
an imcmuso demand for the smelt right
jnow, us it's the cheapest thing on the
. ni.irlri't. Diirln kA . il. A4 T.l
b.M " m.4.j- me uiuiiiu ui. xeuru-
: ary we probably averaged in onr mark
Jiet 11,000 pound8 week, or omeiuinc
ud pounus ior tno montn, Jirm-
; ers come in hero and buy them un by i til
Ithn I.t .u t..: i- ' . fl
( uv.-, jiui luiriu iu uriiiu 10 carry mm
neiu tnrough the whole season. Thev E I
ta i tl'" mo t,10.v are better in the salt than ! f 1
t'.i I w1lel1 f rosn- ue farmer who put up I I
..v uvvtuttii: lii iiiv Ull tM'.I.lllIIH 1.(11(1 i
Kt ' mB-that he Iia(1 smoIt that hKd becit
rVsI'mne: for a yar and were as eoou as'
P-i ieuttinir un tho hirrhwavs. thp
n ffivo tho Willamotto TrunsfiT Com
li-X Z . . . . . ... . r '
r; I ciou i ior aoout (foo worth of work in
y (The services of this noted band of French Heroes were engaged and paid for
by 70 Patriotic Business and Professional PIcn of Salem.
DO YCUR PARTENGAGE YCM SEATS TODAY
Every Cent of the Proceeds Goes to the Mother's Club of Salem
"THE HERO MOTHERS"
Reserved Seats on Sale at Armory Box Of f ice
liking a stretch ,,f road near Brooks.
There's a mighty bad piece of highway
mere ami our hoys spent one whole
night working on it. If there's any
body that's making good their wcar on
the country roada it's our company.
We're taking produce right from tlie
farmer's door into tho market a two
cents above the price paid by tho com
t'hatchorics in California at present.
0. N. Needham. There may fco a lot
of people going out of the poultry Intsi
' hut loro is just as many going
Into it, judging from the number of
orders for baby chicks. Most or the
orders come from people who are tak
ing it up as a slide line, and the major
ity of them testify that they are doing
wen in spite of tho high cosw m itied.
ni'i uacs yaru -poultry colony is going
to oe a great fad tins season, and the
fact that so. manj1 huve quit the busi
ness makes the 'chances all the better
for thoso who stav by it. We aro get
ting most of our stock from tho bia
Portland, Ore., March 3, Charles
performance. Exit Eosen, although Hon
is cagod. ,
Jersovvillo. 111. Tim hnttnm f,ll nut
JJnst bought n , bottlo of Florida water of tho marriago market hore when Jus-
for his bath. It smclled s0 good he got ' ti.co of tho I'oaco VanPelt announced
ut and drank somer-too much. He is' W"'J,IR' to perronu marries tor
in jail -
Bruttleboro,. Vt. It was some Dartv
A he?! belonging to Mrs. Bert S. Miller,
clucked when fed as though calling a
brood of chickens. .Ten rats answered
Snn Francisco. Borne goofl soul In
returned soldiers with charge
Chicago. Pearl Johnson's clothes won
her widar recognition than she figured
ivrriK, lows, xnrow a scare into the' when sho got u suit to bo a "hit at
i'residio by sending tho boys of box ofa party." Bho was arrested for shop
fudjre. Ten doctors have been busy for lifting,
a week but can find no trace of poison. ' o
' . Braintroo, Muss. When a truck load
tM Iraiicisco. I naccustomed to vlo- of hay caught firo, Robert Hortc calmly
Iin music ar.d Jilikmg even the best,! drove it to tho nearest firo alarm box
a I.on suddenly emitted a deafening and pulled the alarm and waited. Tho
roar when Max Eosen begun a practice firemen did tho rest.
-C or jonsnicis,0jargie
. 1J with warm salt
water then apply
YOUR BODYGUARD"-30C. 6020
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
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D. A. White. Sweet clover is no new
experienco in this section. We have
been selling the seed in small quanti
ties to tho farmers for several years,
but fow will .bother vith it, since it is
only good for a' clover crop. Just now
we are getting puite a number of calls
for the white-blosom sweet-clove,wiutu
is a very diitcrent proposition. Those
who have tried it say that you could
hardly tell it from alfalfa, and thai
thoy have known instances whero cattie
would leave the best of alfalfa to cat
the swoet clover. There aro hundreds
of nores of it in eastern Oregon, and
thi-y aro findinng it one of tho best
hay crops known. For somo reason the
farmers of this 'section are slow about
taking hold of a crop of this kind."
Iconoclast. I just noticed that some
ono was tearing down tho old shack
at the rear of Barnes Store, and it's
about timo There's a lot moro of the
same typo in Salem, and they're a nuis
ance an eyesore? a disgrace to thu(
city. Do you know visitors always sizoi
up the inhabitants of a town by the
looks of the buildings f It would be a
mighty good thinir for this town if wo
had about 250 fires, with the firo-trucks
all chained up."
Dr. Doney. Willamette University is
gradually recovering from tho results of
tho war and the influenza and every
Mine is running smoothly, though the
enrollment is not quite back to normal.
We aro looking to & largo influx of new
students during the year. I was pleas
ed with a testimonial from Capt. V. L.
I.loyd, who was recently returned for
his dischargo from the army. Ho is a
boy who went directly from the univer
sity to New York, with no other "pull"
thnn his education and his capacity,
and i8 now acting as attorney for tho
Continental National Bank, of that
city. When I asked him as to how
much his schooling at Willamotto help
ed him in geting into such a position,
he stolid that although he came into
competition with graduates of somo of
tho great institutions if the .ast, he
felt that hi8 work at Willamette had
given just a little bit the edgo on all
Miae Case, of the Pnbllc Library.
Arriving each day and placed on sale. We are going to make this the biggest
year of all and are going to force out new shoes as fast as they arrive. You
can make no mistake in getting these new styles at greatly reduced prices.
REPAIR WORK Bring your repair work to our shop and save money and
get better leather and better work. Rubber heels at half price on Wednesday
THE LOWEST PRICES EVEll OFFERED IN THE CITY, CONSIDERING
READ OYER THE FOLLOWING HTREMELY LOW PRICES-
300 pairs Men's Gun Metal lace shoes, all sizes, regular $7.00 grades, both with
single and double -soles, to close out j4 95
500 pairs Ladies' Comfort shoes, both in button and lace, flexible soles, rubber
heels, regular $5.00 grades, to close out. ;.J3 95
Ladies' regular $9 dress
shoes, lace only, to close
out at $7.95
Ladies' regular $10.00
dress shoes, lace only, to
close out : $8.95
Ladies' regular $12.00
dress shoes, lace only, to
close cut $10.95
Dress Work .
Men's regular $8 dress
shoes, lace and button to
close out $6.95
Men's regular $9 dress
shoes, lace and button,
to close out ....$7.95
Men's regular $10 dress
shoes, lace and button,
to close out $8.95
Men's regular $5 and $6
work shoes, black and
tan, to close out $3.95
Men's regular $8 log
gers, black only, to clos.
out .. $5 95
Men's $5 rubber boots,
most all sizes, to close
out : $3.95
Men's, Women's and Children's tennis shoes, small sizes, to close out 65c, 75c.
Odd lots in Ladies' $12 Hanan shoes, small sizes, to close out.................. $5.95
Broken lines of Men's $12 Hanan shoes, to close out , $9.95
Women's regular $4 Kid Julietts, to close out $2,95
Rabkr Esel Day each Wednesday when we pat on new, live rubber 50c heels at
One-Ha Price, 25c
DUX DAX OIL
CASH OS TDM
WITCH ELK BOOTS
BAIL BARD BOOTS
FOX PARTY PUMPS
CASH OR HADE
32S State St., Next To Ladd & Bush Bank
.:: . "" """ea a com- jt'rohraan'. gross estate was 919.3S3.
is and other deductions cut it
Tho heirs are to receive $75.30
I . On Wednesday, March 5
Sale start at 2 p. m. sharp and 7:30 p. m. Come and get shoes for the
whole family. Suits, Overcoats, Sweaters and Underwear for Boys, Hats for
Men, Laces, Siks, Caps, Dolmans and furs for the Ladies.
DONT MISS THIS CHANCE TO GET THESE FIRST CLASS ARTICLES
. AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
range of subjects. This is ono of the nnparalled plot for an Irish comic od- ed t 4fii 7 ..ji t . ,
greatest utilities of tho library. Wo era. - Ii 10 i appruisw
have just added a new feature in tho The Tri.s .,n.. vle. stttl? comptroller, filed here.
. , , . . , . oyyvwicii soar Jtrohma
reatuug room a tabic devoted cspeciil- mittoe to arrange for the jr.il delivery, but debt
' , " , " , .oiuy sum, a oinn reintter, working down.
and causes uf the war and the work of in a m,r1 v.n- '......? .
which the reference library is being books-' .Stakes of the War;- by Theo Zns for S in a Zlu, T" C8ta! f A1
u,ed by the students of the high hol;l. Stoddard, is of special itcrert ani iJSXnt ot tu C Troh' "P"
T . """"J- - r 7 a "v u,u"-.. . .. a1 accustomed to the Irish, sun- to i,ooi,w.
aavs wncn tnere are irom ou 10 u, i. w. uaraer, or tne saiem-bUverton nn-teil nnthinir ti, 7 i."
wide 8tftge"There aro reports tnat the tenor, ask theDri.n Tl ;
.f..(li 1 ; . 1 ... uu iu
ov.-u i f'UK u i" ouvenon roaa pression of the rear exit.
is uHMug uy iu pmces, out x am going
tudents at work, covering
A WaH ! Resistance
Emphasis sliould be placed upon
the conservation of strength and
the building up of a strong wall
of resistance against weakness.
D. CURRIE, Mgr.
G. SATTERLEE, Auctioneer
" ' ' 157 South Commercial StreetPhone 1117
used regularly by many, right
through the winter, as a depend
able means of conservingstrength
For the delicate child or adult!
mcnt with tonie-ualitic3 that
r rcat in their; ability to 1p
irengtnen the body ana in.
TWO nf tlin hlil.nmi.) nn;...-i- I
0l'r that IIVr. dnv ml T lin.vo u.. n ,1 . . ... ' lu i
. 7 ; " T " " "lr orougut irom Dublin and dis-
signs of defects except ,n ono or two guised as flower girls. wcValora wM
spo s where ,t is bcg.nning to buckle a warned in a codnote that Februar
ittlo. This road is aking some heavy 3rd had bee, set for the date of h7s
traffic and if it holds uD it will eo to Mrnn n T,t j. .v ' . , nls
show what can be done with low-priced girls started a flirtation wit Who V 7?UDS ,to do thi3 B!:i watc! rur
Pvinc." - if ,d I S ltaA' &b hver ni bowels - tiere'o no need of
KEEP LOOKING YOUNG
It's Easy-If You Know Dr.
- Edwards' Olive Tablets
The secret of keeping yo-mg is tc feel
Sim Fein Leikr's Escape
- u em.cea irom them from the rear having a saUow ccnirrSe-i -Idark" rin-s
gate. Two men cut tath thrn,,.,i. mJ'J.. Cr "F.T!1
barbed wire barrier outside ths Iffic
DeLavera. walkini? thrnncrh
Fsraalc CA (Uar IVA w5e,h had bPCn opened by the false key' I P cent of all cfcbiess CKk ' ia
iiqub5 Utivld IKJI calmly entered a waiting automobile cnv3bowda cad liver.
. and was driven awav. Pnmmt iJ Dr. EuwarJi a vdl-'r-.--r- r- 2n
raris, March 3. Provisi....onal Irish mediately organized by the wardens, . P-"';f- ." T:.:v!i5 c:m-
L 1 . 1 .. -J t: J t, i V.M
t3 liver cacl bovrc'.a. wt:-. hi r:xi U
v-j patients i'cr yzzrx
d'.r:.73 ci.':C.;-:C ':,' .-'5 tbout
Lucy23C7 which chouhl to cajoycxl ty
cveryo-- t7tonini up the liver em clear
i2Z he system cf i!cp-jrit."20.
i on win Know Lit. tcwarcr uiive iav
lets bv their oliva mlnr. 10c and 25c Del
parliament members planned a-.id engiu-.wlo were led astray by four automo-
cerca tue esacpe of Professor Edward b", packed with Irishmen, which act
iah iin; ea 88 deco-vs-each different
today. rncn road.
San O'Kelley, representative of
the Irish republic at the peace confer-
e.icu, mane tnis pubUc in relating the
rBOHMAN ESTATE SMALL.
details of DeValora's flight which w; bv d-"e e8t?to kft
staged in , way that would ma.e nn i i" . " 7. "". ,
New York, Slarch 3.
on the Lusitania,-amunnt-
bos. All drusgista.