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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, MARCH 4. 1919
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We have just opened up in our new Quarters,
and want the privilege of showing you the exclusive
qualities of America's most popular car ''THE
MODEL 90 OVERLAND." ,
Our service shop is equipped with first class
machinery and two expert Overland mechanics, Mr.
Hutchinson being in charge.
NEW CARS ON EXHIBITION AT
246 State Street
- Distributor for Marion and Folk Counties '
March 5 French army band
March 10-11 "Officer 666"
at the opera house. Elks beno
fit. March 11 K. W. Montague
address before Six O'clock
club, M. E. church.
March 20 Salem Symphony
concert, opera house.
March 30. Turn clock for
ward one hour, 2 o 'clock . m.
died aboift an hour and a half after
J the accident. The funeral services will
' be held at Turner tomorrow at one
I o'clock. -He was about 22 years of age
i and unmarried. He was living with his
parents, Air. and Mrs. Clinton Tracy,
: and a brother, Coman Tracy, and there
are a number of relatives residing
, elsewhere. ' v
Dance M. B. A. hU near Chemawa
Friday March 7. 3-5
CoL E. St smith of McMinnville
((topped in. the eity yesterday for a
vncA visii, uu dis wuv to oiayion,
j where he went to inspect the company
THING IN LIFE"
Whatever -you have
Mrs. A. F. Marcus left today for Los
Angeles whero she will visit , for .a
month or so.
Mrs. E. C. Bushnoll of Kingwuod re
turned yesterday from a short visit in
Portland.'. . ,.'..'
Miss Amanda Malthcwg of. haw
was a city visitor yesterday, 'v 1 ;
Si'rjfeaut Geoffrey Taveruer of
Brooks was .in Kalcm yesterday.
Mrs.' Roy J. Anderson and infant
daughter, Marjory, have 'returned to
District, Attorney Gale Hill of 'Al-
bany was here today attending circuit
.ol John Leader of Eugene is in tho
Oustw 'Hons of Silverton is attend
iug court today.
. Among the military mon called into
Iho city by the death of tho governor
touay ara lieu, ('., u", Ueebe of Portland
and Ool John iLpader of Eugene. .
.limner H. Smith left yostorday for
remand on' a Misiness errand. -'
Mrs, Frank Ward and daughter to
turned yesterday from a visit with
friends in Albany.
Mrs Olive J. Knright-of Portland
spent Monday in the city, tho guost
of Mrs. Frank M. Drown. .
Superintendent Todd, of the city
schools is getting about tho streets to,
(lay and thinks ho will bo able to ro
guino his duties at the- high school to
morrow, although he ig sufforllrig con
siderably from the recent automobile
THE strong and vigorous man or
woman ii envied by lets fortunate
humanity afflicted with aches, pnina,
infirmities and ailments, Tha sufferer
says to himself, "If I could only be
well, how happy I would be," for health
is more essential to the joy of living
than is wealth.
The kidneys almost literally wash the
blood and keep it clean and free from
impurities. When the kidneys are out of
order, they fell to filler out this waste snd poll
onous metier. It remains In the system to cause
backache, rheumatic palna, eore muscles sad
help tha system eliminate this poisonous wsste.
T.bey soothe, strengthen and henl nre, weak
smd diseased kidneys and bladder. When tha
kidneys arc working property, appetite returns,
refreshing sleep Is poaaible. aud health sod
strength oome again,
C, W. Smith, m No. 4th St.. Ksltna, Km
Trite: "1 am very much pleased wiih Foley
Kidney Pills. I am working in a coal ysrd ana
hsve been very much troubled with my back.
I have tnken several dosea ot Foley Kiduay Fills
mud they huve already liuiped me,'
J. 0. PERRY, Druggist
O. W. Eyre will ship livestock Thurs
day March '6. Phone 220tM evenings.
Wanted fat hogs cattle and calves
and stock cattle; will ship this week
and tpay tho highest markot price. C.
W. Bunnell. Phono 1425M. 3-6
Dance tonight! Moose hall.
At McCornack hail March 6th the
Royal Neighbors of America will servo
dinnor to the public from 5:30 to 7:30
at 35c a plate, Eniiro proceeds will
he given for tho soldiers home coming
reception. There will bo at Drogram giv
en by tho Modern Woodmen. Every
body cordially invited. , ' . . -
Dance tonight.Moose hall.
Wherover you have
Studobaker owners, as well as many
owners of other cars, will be interested
to know that Tom Watts has opened a
repair shop on S. Iriborty, next to
I ohltva itimleimonfc lions. Kin nhnn will
ba well equipped with all machinery
necessary tor eiticiant and economical
service, mid this combined with his
undoubted skill as a. first class auto
mechanic will insure full satisfaction
to ihia customers, .A call will be. appro
Dance tonight Moose hall.
Whenever you have
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The Oregon Packing Co. is offering
attractive contracts for green string
beans' for canning purposes this soa
8on. , ". 3.4
In .the Court street windows of the
Meyers department stora may 'bo seen
a display of bud houses built by the
boy scouts of the city. Priises have been
offered. All this is in the way of en
couraging the boy scout movement in
the city, .
Whoever you ihavo . :
MAOV lu a eity hospital March 3,
14)19, John It, Macy at the age of 44
years. Ho is survived by a wife and
one daughter and his homo was at
The funeral services 'will be hold
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the chapol of Webb 4 dough
ami will 1m conducted by the Rev,. 8.
H. Hall. Hurial will be in the City
HUNS POSED A3 LITHUANIANS
Warsaw, Mar. 4. rermans in Grod
no attempted to pass off some of their
Ifellow tlumtrymen as Lithuanians
when an, American officer went to that
city recently to confer with the munio
ipal nuthoiities, it was learned today.
iKullowing his nvfuost for presentation
to the city officials the (ierman com
mandant brought a dolegation beforo
him which the American discovered to
Dr. Mott offices moved to Bank of
Oommorco Wdg, rooms 407,408. ,tf
The picture "Coal is King" will
not be shown at 'tho Oregon state hos
pital tonight, as the reels were lost in
transit between hero and Denver, Col.
Ks W. Simeral, Bee. N. A. 8. E.
Dance tonight Moose hall.
of national guard at that place, and
to De present at the election of offi-
cers. This organization is coming on
finely with its recruiting.
4 Dance M. B. A, haU near Cheiuaa
Friday March 7. 3-5
The Keizer school, four miles north
of Salem oa the river road is making
a record as one of the most progressive
schools in tho county. Miss Anna lind-
gren is principal and she has associate
ed with her, Miss Madge Walker. Just
recently the school has organized a
standard sewing club with seven mem-,
bers, a standard canning club with
six members and a standard gardening
ciud with eignt members. And then the
school has boys' and girls' pig club.
To organize- .'ankl maintain standard
clubs several things are necessary,
such as having regular officers, regu
lar meetings, definite programs and a
lot of other state requirements.
A marriage license was issued yes
terday to Ray Lick, 0ge 33, a farmer
living on route 8, Salem and Miss Al
vina Liebke, age 23 of Salem.
Chief of Police Vainey announced to
the council laBt evening that ho hud
appointed O. I'. Victor as night desk
sergeant to succeed Officer Dunlap who
was discharged seme time ago. Tho
council will officially act on the Dun
lap matter Friday evening.
Corporal Robert E. Perlich arrived
in New York city yesterday according
to a dispatch received today,. Ho en-i
listed in Company M and went with
the boys to La Orande. Later ho was
transferred to' a Portland machine gun
company, going; across the water in
December, 1917. Since then die has
been in 'France and at two different
times was on- tho firing line.
G-aorgto Vlck is expected home this
week from his- trip to Kasas City
whero he-was summoned for a confer
enco with " the5 Fordifon managers. On
his way home' In? will stop in southern
Idaho. Vick-jBros. 'have been given
the Pordson 'agency" for southern Idaho
besides Oregon, .v. v.-.- u-
One of the reasons that the moll of
soldiers is not delivered in this coun
try is because ipeople aif moving about
so much and failing to leave forward
ing addresses with the post office,. In
the Salom post office today are a
large number ' of letters written by
soldiers in France and the serviee here
is finding difficulty in delivering them
For instance Miss Bessie5 M.' Williams
has fivo lottflM-ttwaitbg her here, all
rrom tne same soldior," iher wero one
iually addressed to Greeley, Colorado,
and forwarded to Salem. Her address
is unknown. Mrs. Frank Davis, for
merly n attendant at the asylum, has
a letter awaiting her hore, but she left
the city without leaving a forwRTdin
address. There is also a letter for Miss
Margarot Hnnn another for Mrs. Les-
tio Kiggs and one address to Miss Cla
ra Maincs, d4dW. .Worth Oommorcial
street. None of these people left a foi
warding addrqss. There is a letter
;aiting Mrs. Bertha Williams, for
warded from Los Angiios to tho gen
eral delivery here end one for Miss
Dorothy Richter, forwarded to Balem
from Portland. The only chance for
theso women to get tlioir mail is for
some interested friend, to notify the
postal authorities. If not finally call
ed for they will be sent to the dead
lettor office in Washington, D. C,,
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GOOD BREAD! MADE OF PURE, WHOLESOME MATERIALS
A plain loaf the kind of a loaf that is made in the homes of the country.
Plain virtues plain living plain food are the things that count and win
ut in the long run.
IT HAS BEEN DEMONSTRATED!
Qaetfty Gty Baking Co.
wanted to become an American citizen
after ho arrived in this country. He
came from Canada last Thursday as an
English citiaen, and yesterday he' fil
ed his intention of becoming an Am
erican citizen. Ho lived for a time at
Vancouver, B. C, and is 'a nainter fcv
trade. He was born at Swindon, JJng-
i Somfe of the Urllest events of the
athletic season in Salem are anticipat
ed in the contests among Tjasket ball
teams to be put on at Willamette
gymnasium on Friday and Saturday of
tuis wen. -bntries have been received
from several of the valley schools, def
inite announcement of which will be
mndo later. It is expected that not
les3 'than ten teams will be lined np
for -honors. A feature of the tourna
ment will be a noon .luncheon for the
faculty representatives and managers.
Among the social events of the week
at the high school will be noted a
"feed" and. entertainment to be giv
en 'by tho juniors to the seniors at the
building this evening A brilliant round
of fun and festivity is anticipated.
The Uody of, John Davis who died
rifD. zi, at vnsper, Wyoming, arrived
in the city today. The funeral services
which were to liavo been hel dtomor
row at the Terwilliger parlors have
boon delayed as Mrs. "Davis is snow
bound about 40 miles from Doty, Mont.
William Zander has bought a home
at 1305 Waller treet, from Mrs. Car
rie J. Talkington. The transfer vas
made by J. E. 6cott.
w&a one appropriating $30,000 for tho
investigation of crop pests; a bill fix
ing salaries of supreme judges at $52,30
a year; a bill appropriating $10,000 for
an armory at Silverton.
Transports Rochester And
Siboney Arrive In New York
New York, March 4. The transport
Rochester arived here today with 370
officers and men from Brest. Tho or
gauizations abroad wore units from the
167th aero squadron including four, of
fleers and 133 enlisted men; mobile
hospital 100 and casual company 1214.
Tho Siboney arrived with the follow
Twelvo convnleseont detachments
from Bordeaux, 45 officers and 1,887
men; detachmont of the 348th infant
ry; detachment of hoadpuarters, -40th
division; sanitary detachment 348th' in
fantry and 30 casual officers. The men
were disembarked today.
The basket ball game between the
Willamette university team and the
Portland Y. M. C. A. team, staged last
night at the university gymnasium,
iX n" Ji" T V 7J Brooks, son of Mrs. Mildred
. . ,. i,r, Hrooks, county recorder, is now en
Portland buneh leading by one or twoj , Vlf'0 mt & - ho
' 8" ..y,.l".S' ?ta?V' 'Alps, according to a letter received
m"v ""7r, " , , ,,T .i , -i'todar He is in the intelligence service
in favor of Portland. At that point the ,.j t, M . . "... . h,
ppectacular I . 2 B
W. E. Scott and family of Ann Ar
bor, Michigan, have arrived in the
city and will make Salem their home.
Mr. Scott will becomo salesman for
the firm of J. E. Scott and Harry
Scott, who have formed a partnership
Und have secured the agency for ilie
fliiternational Harvester motor trucks
and also for tho Panhard trucks. The
firm will have its offices at 147 North
Commercial street. Mr. Scott says that
ho feels fortunate in securing the agen
cy for this lino ot standard trucks
which are so well known throughout
the country. Harrv Scott went to Port
land yesterday and drove home one of
the International trucks.
PRINCE LEOPOLD FLEES.
Londan, March 4. Prince Leopold of
Bavaria is roported to have fled from
Munich iiito Tyrol, joining former King
Ludwig. The socialist press of JTyrol
is said to be demanding their expulsion.
Easy to Make This
Pine Cough . Remedy
Thousands of famtllM swear bj If
prompt rraulla. Inexpensive,
and saves about S2,
You know that pine is used in nearly
all prescriptions and remedies for coughs.
The reason is that pine contains several
peculiar elements that have a remark-'
able effect in soothing and henlinc the
membranes of the throat and) chest.
Pine iB famous for this purpose.
Pine cough syrups are combinations of
pine and syrup. The "syrup" part is
usually plain granulated sugar syrup.
lo make the beet pine cough remedy
that money oan buy, put 2V6 ounces of
Pinex in a pint bottle, and fill ur
with home-made sugar svrup. Or you
can use- clarified molasses, honev.
or corn syrup, instead of sugar svrup.
Either way, you make a full pint more
than you can buv readv-mada fhr t.lirpa
times the money. ' It is pure, good and
very pleasant cniiuren take it eagerly.
ion can xeei tnis take hold Of a cougll
or cold in a. way that means' business. "
The cough may be -dry, hoarse anai tiehfc
or may be persistently loose from tha
officially announced at tho White Pinex nrl ft. n,i,!..in ,:n
House today. .This action is necessary it usually in 24 hours or less.- Splen-
because the senate tailed to conf irm oia, too, tor bronchial asthma, hoarge
Wi I Have To Sip Recess
Appointments Before Goin?
Washington, Mar! 4. President twil
son will sign the recess appointinontF
of A. Mitchell Palmer as attorney gen
eral and John Skelton Williams; tas
comptroller of the currency at Hoboken
. tomgnt, jest Mfore he goes y "";r .w"jf ww rom ui.
aboard the George Washington, it as
the nammations of these two before
adjournment. They will take office im
mediately after, signature of tho ap
pointments by the president,
Where other vacancies now exist Uio
president will fill all of them by the
recess appointment method, it was
'DAMAGED TT. S. INDUSTRY.
i Bess, or anv ordinary throat ailment
I'inex is a highly concentrated com
pound of genuine Norway pine extract,
and is famous the world over for its
prompt effect upon coughs.
Beware of substitutes. Ask your drug
gist for "2M ounces of Pinex" with
directions, and don't accept anything
else. Guaranteed to give absolufo sat
isfaction or money promptly refunded.
The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne; Ihd.
State House Notes
i P f wi
university iboysi nwnle a
sjiurt ami finished the game with a
scor of 27 to 21 in their favor, fhe
preliminary stunt was between the Sa-
consist of tiernian soldier in civilian Jem high team and the Bishop team.
lothing. It was believed tiho Germans
intend to titisrcprcstMit Lithuanian op-'posttion.
If your feet are hard to. fit you will always find us equal
to the occasion. The proper shoes fitted to your feet
means satisfaction and comfort.
Have G. Satterlee for your auctioneer.
I will sell tho first two sales free.
Phone 1117 or fall at 157 8. Commercial
Dance, Sat. Mar. 8 4 milos south at
Query's hall t Liveslcy station. M. B.
A. Orchestra ami management. Come.
A good time assuvil. ljinicn 11:30. Tho
firtt dance in the new hall. 3-7
Danes tonight Moose hall.
Bockwell Tracy, residing a few miles
I out from Turner was killed yesterday
afternoon while working on a tele
phone line in that section. Ho was
helping to put up a jtole, according to
report, aud when about half way up it
got away from the supports and fell
upon Tracy, crushing him so that ho
tHOME OF QUALITY
We Do Expert Shoe Repairing
Home of Keith-Konqueror Shoes"
A HUNDRED-DOLLAR STAMP
A new feature ot lilt War
Savings Stamp activities la the
tamp of $100 denomination,
which will probably be placed on
tne market this month.
Tha $100 stamps will be about
the size of a Liberty bond and
will sell for $82.60 if put on sale
in February. The price will in
crease 20 cents each succeeding
month until the end ot the year.
A letter, waa received today from
Herbert Savage who Is one of tho for
tunate American boys to b spending
the spring in Germany, lie is located
at llilvert, Germany, ami writes that
from what he has seen, he thinks he
will stay there for quito a while.
It didn't take Joseph William Jones
of tho Cottle apartments, Snlcm, ten
or fifteen years to decide whether he
Sloan's Liniment scatters
the congestion and
A little, applied without rwJ&sng, will
penelrale immedUtely and rest and .
ootht the nerves.
Sloan's Liniment !s very effective In
tiiayir.g external pains, strains, bruises,
tdics, sti!I joints, sore muscles, lumba
2?, -.v.rit j, sciatica, rheumatic twinges
I'.p a big bottle always on hand
?-- - use. Druggists everywhere.
30e, 60c, 1.20
The Public Service commission has
been called to Toledo where they will
tomorrow hold a hearing as to tlys es
tablishment of crossings on, the line of
lumber railroads operated under the
Spruce Production Division. On the 6th
they will have a hearing of a teiepuoiie
rate case at Elk City, the local com
pany aiipealiui! for a raise of rates.
March 7th there is to bo a hearing of
an electric company at Toledo also ap
plying or an increase ot rotes.
Tho highway commission will open
bids iu Portland ou Jlurch 6th for the
construction of several units of the Pa
cific highway. One of these units is
a stretch of, highway between Albany
mid Jefferson, comprising 6.9 miles, and
culling for tho excavation ot. .tl.OOU
cubic yards and the surfacing of 63,000
spuaro yards. There is to be a stfukh
of 7.2 miles on the. John Pay highway,
kind another of 4.9 miles iu Josephine
There will be a hearing by the labor
coiiimixsioi;t'r of an application from
tho Portland board of education, in that
city tomorrow with regard to the use
of safety appliances in the ' work of
window cleaning. The law gives tho
commissioner no authority to specify
any particular appliance iu any indust
ry, but the office may interfere with
the use of any appliance that may be
shown to be dangerous to the life of
The perennial Rogue River fish bill,
which has caused more debate iu tho
legislature than any other measure of
Its sire on the calendar.was tho one
act vetoed by the governor, who held
that in effect the bill was caliuKntcd
to destroy the seining industry in tint
river rather than to regulate it and ha
cited the recommendations of the fish
snd game commission as being suffi
cient reason for his action. Accorain?
to the referendum provisions the bill
may come up nt the next general elec
tion for direct action of the voters.
Among the biU3 signed by the governor
Washington, March 4. Bolshovik
troops damaged nnd looted the branch
house of the International s Harvester
company nt Artzier, Russia, Hecorfling
to state department advices reecived
from an American official in Russia
today. The looting was done with the
express approval of the soviet govern
ment, the sttae department said. Dam
ages amounted to 800,000 ruples, in
normal times f4uu,uuu, the announce
Swedish press reports were quoted by
the state department as stating that the
Russian soviet government had appro
priated 8,000,000 rubles a month for
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