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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1919.
ELKS PLAY CM MIL
1 C9AG1IED BY SAHE
James Mott BeSeres "Offr
c&r 665" Will Be Best Play
Iky Have Put Oa.
House Opens Thursday
(Capital Jouruui special Service.)
Dalits, Ore., March 6. The new variety
store of Glen, O. Butler on Main street
in the building formerly occupied by
the Viers & Company grocery opens for
business Thursday morning at 9:30 o'
clock. Calais has long been a good
opening for such a store as Mr. But
ler will maintain and he wilt have the
only strictly variety store in tho county.
Air. Jiutler is an old Dallas business
man having engaged in mercantile es
tablishments in Dallas years ago.
U l;j j
JAMES MOTT, U. S. ,N. K. F.
(IMiosed) producer of Iho 1017 and 1918 Kllis plays, " Wallingford" and
"The Kuti from ir..w,, who wUl 8ngo Hie .Elit show for JS1S, "Of ti
ter (HmI, " ....
SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY
BRINGS SURE RELIEF
Funeral of Dallas Array Officer,
Dalna. fri Varli R Th f,n,,.nl
T T . , , I ' I ' V " uu.tM
jdmeg juoit novo into town with the serv cea v ttio nmnim f Xf vi.i
COUIIiy UCJCL'ailOU 1110 UUV tUC , PmFV Trifn f Puntoin Ink. l-,. ,.f
, legislature began to fuuctio.i, uud un-jtho United States Signal Service of
nouueed that ho would bo here until! thcregula r army, were held Sunday
tho law makers had completed their afternoon in this "city. Mrs. Perry died
iul4 xuny uuya ui worn, iinr liuincu-: early in December of pneumonia fol-
, lately there was great rejoicing among lowing an attack of influenza and her
k tho vot reran Elk actirs, liko Cook Tat- body was kept untl the arrival of Capt.
ton, George Snyder, Al i'razer and Perry who has been an duty with the
Bunny Meiring, aud a few other ant-, American army in France since the be
lcred theapiaus who have appeared in ginning of the war. Captain Perrv was
every tlU play that lias been put ou given his commission in the c-rmy and
since they Blurted to pave mmi m'wiil have charge of the government's
oaium. i'or uase orotuora sum one toCablo business in Seattle, he having
the other: "Tho time has come ugaiu i,oou i:1 charge of a station in Alaska
for our annual show, and since into : f9r gome years before the breaking out
a..d tho legislature has brought back(0f the war with Germany.
our former director, we will proceed to j
put it on." and so it was' ordered. Polk Bankers Adopt Now Honrs
Mr. Mott, who used to live iu Salem,! According to an agreement reached
had been in tho navy for several nion- la3t week between the banking hous
ths. 'Ilu was released about tho first es of 'this county, the hours of the
of the year, and had just returned to banks will bo changed, beginning with
his law practice in Astoria, when tho April first from nine o'clock in the
Clatsop county legislators, who were mornings as heretofore, to three o'clock
Lot lawyors, bribed him to coino to Sa- in the afternoons as against four in
loin with thein and draw the bills they the- past." Tho agreement was reached
wanted to introduce That's how it -after Engono Hayter, vice .president of
happened that the 1919 lilk'8 snow, Iho Dallas National bank had made a
"Officer Cotl," is being stageu vf the canvass among the ibankcrs of the
same director who put over the big county and found them all willing to
Elk's hit last year, "The Man from mw tho change. Tho reason given for
Homo," and tho oquully big hit of the t1() lb.nkWB in making tho change is
previous year. uot men wuick vai- vo...s
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"'""l ! !,ii i: hi i-iiiinn i i . t'J.
For 200 years GOLD MEDAL llunr
Ifin Oil lias cniililed mitt'erinz human
ity to withxtuiMk iittiu lis hi kidney,
liver, hliiililer and sti'im'.ch troubles
Hiid all (lis".'iscs roiaiei'ti (1 with the
urinary onwns, and ,lc biiild up and
restore to lienllli orjnns ivulfned by
disease. TJcjio moat ii'M'ortuet oryniis
must bo wutcheil, ho .,!!'"(! iln.-y filter
and purify llio l.lood; uuless they do
their work you nr doomed.
Weariness, slerplMnets.., nervous
ness, (b'Siioiiilenfry, hncknche, stouiacb
ti'oulitc, inins in tiic 1 (ins and lower
nb.lusiipn, gravel, rh(nir.intl?m, Hiitlen
nml bimlifiRn nil warn yon of trouble
with ynur Ul'lno a. GOLD MKD.U.
Iluarlcin Oil Caiisuleo si'o the remedy
you need. Take three or four every 3aj.
The heiilinK oil soaks iritfi tho cells and
linins of the kiihieys and drives out
tho noii-ons. New life and health will
surely follow. When your normal vigor
has been restored continue treatment
fur a while to keep yourself in condi
tion and prevent a return of the dis
ease. Dnn't wait until you r Incapable of
finlitinR. Slart taking GOLD MEDAL
Hunrlem Oil Capsules today. Your
ilnin;;ist will cheerfully refund your
money if you are not satisfied with
result.. lint he sore to get tho original
imported GOLD MM DAL and accept no
BmiftlitutGg, Iu three sizes. Scaled
rark'ijfes. At all drug stores.
EOLA NEWS ITEMS, :;
(t'apitnl Journal. Swcinl Sorvieo)
Koln, Mar. 6.Mr, Jlolmnn bought
, ntf extra j?ood oiw and calf for mii
from the Mijioi-. . '
llarry Thacker ran a wire through
Ilia lininl .when iho wat Uiuding hop
I'CKs Willi lmuihini". Hi hand was
quf e painful for n while ti
Mis Jacohson bus returned to horj
a t : . t . . . tt . t , .
, .'uw ia:.ujl iia.niuii tins gone to her
tirmio in Portland.
"Mr. Ilolinaa went to Porliand one
day last work, rcturiiinif homo tho
hoth, Hmlmaii, la few days ago.
Too wot for much farm-work so far,
farmeirs around here lire Very much
liohiiiul with (heir work, especially
who arc iii'iendmg to put out
same ilav. I
Jihn lliiliiian viMited at Iho llolman
l,,., 1....L I.
inTiiu mini, ncci. I ))(
Lnio llcrrcn of Salem visited her
nine rrunid ami cousin, lrace Eliza
The Journal classified ads are
great favorite with people who
do thingsTry one,
i It is moro or los3 a waste of good
space to tell Sulem theatre goers what
: Mott. is ablo to do with an amateur
cast of players; especially such play
ers as the Elks lod-;e has produced year
'after venr. Thoso who saw "Tho Man
IFrom Home" and ''Got Itich Quick
hVallincford" to say nothing of "The
' Fortuno Hunter," "The Dictator,'
' and othors which he has staged here in
iiho past, all agree that a cast of Sa
ilem Elks dircctod by Jim Mott, can
put on a production that hag most road
and stock companiOB, lashed to the mast.
Jn tho opinion of Mr. Mott, Officer
Ctit)" will be by far the host thing the
Elks over put on. It is funnier than
" Wallingford, and has tho advantage
of having at least ton principal parts.
which are oqually distributed among
tho boat balanced cast that the Elks
havo yet succeeded in getting together.
"Officer 000" is all laughs, and at tho
very sfiino time it is the moat exciting
"crook play" that has ever been writ
ten. .. v
Thoso who will ftppoar In tho lend
ing parts of the 1919 production arei
E. Cook Patton, Mrs. Walter Spauld
ing, Bon W. Olcott, Miss Olg& Gray,
Gcorgn Curtis Lee Snyder, Miss Flor
ence Cartwright, Carl Hinges, Oscar M.
Gingrich, Bunny Moinng, A, L. Frasor
Dan F. Lnngonburg, James Matt and
Mayor Albin. The dates of tho show
nro Wednesday and Thursday even
iiigs, March 12 and 13, and tho seat
salo for both performance will opon at
tho Onera Houro pharmacy Tuesday
morninsr, March 11, at 9 o'clock. "Of
ficer fiofl" will play to the usual Elka
show capacity business, a"d those woh
wish to secure their choice rCRis vuuiuu
bn thorn when the salo starts. -The
prices will be the same as last yer
one dollar for tho reserved seats and
four bits for the galory-
The world's ipress congress, which
was to have been hold at Sydney, Aus
tralia, ihng been postponed indefinite-
o'clock as at tho present time it keeps
tho cierk8 busy until after nvo and
somo.imes until six o'clock, checking
up tho business of tho day.
Saturday, March 8
Sale start at 2 p. m. sharp and 7::i0 p. m. Come and get shoes for the
vv hole family. Suits, Overcoats, Sweaters and Underwear for Boys, Hats for
Men, Laces, Silks, Caps, Dolmans and furs for the Ladies.
DON'T BUSS THIS CHANCE TO GET THESE FIRST CLASS ARTICLES
AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
G. SATTERLEE, Auctioneer -
157 South Commercial StreetPhone 1117
in Aoctioo Coo
D. CURRIE, Mgr.
Dallas Boys' Club Defeated
Tho basket 'ball team of tho Dallas
Boys' club went down to defeat at
tho hands of the Arleta team cf Port
land on , tho armory floor Saturday
night 'by a score of 2-t to 22. Tho teams
wore boila evenly matched and at no
timo bofore tho end of the gamo Was
ono uido certain of victory, first one
and then the oilier tying tho game. In
a preliminary gamo played between a
Dallas 'high school team and the lin-
coln juniors of Salem the locals were
victorious by a score of o to b.
S:.i-.ator 1. L, Patterson of Eola was
a Dallas business visitor this Week.
Mrs. Ella J. Mutzger of McMinnville
was in Dallas Tuesday utter ding the
funeral of Mrs., DcLashmutt,who pass
ed avvav sudden Iv last isaturaay.
Dr. and Mrs. G. h Foster and Mr
and Mrs Oscar, Ellis returned the first
of tho wook from a short visit in Port
Mrs. R. ' Y. ' Morrison and children
have returned to 'their homo in Port
land after an extended visit with rel
ativen in this city. . '
Misj INoln, Cbad, teacher in the
Portland clity schools, spent. . Saturday
and Sunday at the hwno of her par
onta on Havtor street.
T. B. Powell has retiirnod to his
homo in Penawawa Washington, after
a. short visit with Dallas roTatavcs.
Mrs. F. J. Craven visited Monday
night, at tho homo of her parents, Dr.
and Mm Wnt. ,Tyler. Smith, at heri
dlan. Harry Graves, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Graves, who has W' in Undo
Gain's navy for tho past year and a
half, returned home this week, having
secured a dischnrgo from the service
and willl manage his father's large
pruno orchard near tBalleinn this sea
son. .Toe Malono. a former Dallas boy,
now living at Astoria, was in Dallas
Tue.tilav with tho Astoria basket ball
team which plnved the cadets in this
city that night. '
Mis Mnrid Grunt of Salem was a
."iiest nt tho homo of her parents, Mr.
aVl Mrs. Glen O. Grant ,on Iyle street
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Simonton of
Suvcr wero guoMa of relatives in this
uity tho first cf -tho week.
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pipe if you're hankering for a hand
out for what ails your smokeappetitel
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Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert is scotfrea
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Prince Albert 13 a pippin of a pipe-pal; rolled Into a cigarette it
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Toppy rcJ'baga, tidy red tint, handaom pound and half-pound tin huml
dor and that clatiy. practicat pound trytat gla$ humidor with
Bponga moittmntr top that kttpl tho tobacco in tuch perfect condition. .
TL J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C
Mrs, A. L. DeiVino of L-s Angeles,
f'al, savs: "After I had suffered from
a femalo trooMa for years, not being
aiblo- to do my housework, or ge-t any
rolief from doctors. Lydia E. Pink
ham 's .Vegetable Compound made mo
a well woman, and I want to tell tha
world the good. this medicine does."
This woman is perfectly justified, and
should !bo commended for telling otti
or9 how ah rainiHt her health. '
.(Capital Journal Special Sorvice.)
Pratum, Oro., March 6. Mr. V. J.
lirohbiel and Adolph spent last Wednes
day Mid Thursday in Portland.
Albert Eamseyor, who is attending
school in Portland, recently spent a
few days at home.
Miss Khoda Lardon, of SUverton,
spent Sunday with home folks at Prat
Misseg Haiel and Zine Lambert were
Sflem visitors on Saturday.
Miss Anna Harold visited with friends
in Silverton Saturday and Sunday.
Several Pratum people attended the
basket ball came between Silverton
and Eugene at Silverton last Friday
Clifford Welty, a V. 8. forest ranger. 1
left last Friday to ttend a foresters'
convention, in Portland. From there he
will go to his place era employment.
Mrs. Harris had the misfortune w
fall and dislocate her knee last Mon- Clark, who has boon quite ill all win-
Miss Edna and Master Harold Vogt
wero Salem shoppors on Monday.
Mastor Gustav Kolbe is now nearly
A littlo now girl was recohliy born to
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Eamsden. Mo
ther and babe are both doing well,
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Siayton, Mar. 6. A business trans
action of Considerable interest to tho
DtvmlA nf KiftWtnn ncenrre,! TiipMrlov.
when E. T. Maehieu closed a deal for Saturday night and Sunday in Salem,
the Trotter building, opposite the Far-1 6 8ucats of Mr. and Mrs. iynn Pur
W. H. "and W. N. Crawford made a
business trip -to Dayton .last week. '
Airs. Alice Simps m and son, Victor
Simpson, arrived Fridey from Port
land, where they have been living for
the past year. Victor recently under
wont an operation and is gaining
strength, fast. They will visit with
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ji. Crawford for sev
eral weeks. -
Edgar Crawford and son, Aubrey, of
Salem, spent 'several hours with Mr.
and Mra. W. H. Crawford Sunday.
Mr. and Mr3. Wayne Horry spent
Wnea yon ns Journal eladsifv
ed d get what 70a want Vhem
to tney work fart.
mnrs & Merchants bank, in this place.
The corner -is ono of the best in Stay
ton for a business location and Mr.
Matthieu expects to put the building
in good repair and occupy it soon with
his cigar store and billiard tables.
Mr. and Mrs. George Boodighcimcr
are the parents of a fine new baby
boy, born Monday, and weighing ten
pounds. This is ilie first war baby born
in Stnyton, the father of the child be
ing in France with the 91st division,
but expected home soon.
Miss Martha Sicgmund, who haa had
c.hargo of the Luthy store while Mr.
Luthy wag in Portland, has returned
to her homo on Fern Biwgo.
At a meeting of separate Co. A, Ore
gon guards, held Tuesday night, John
Thoma was elected captain. Ool. Smith
was here and stated that the company
would be disbanded within a month.
An effort was made to organize a com
pany of tho national guard, but only
a few members signified a willing
ness to .loan.
Mrs. Horace Lilly, Mr. Missler and
Miss Elder visatcd Salem Tuesday.
Stephen Taylor, wife and son arriv-
ol from Deep Kiver, Wash., Tuesday,
Mr, Taylor will again lake up his for
mor work with J. H. Missler in the
A young man named Tracey, aged
about 2j years, was killed near West
Staytbn Monday by a telephone pole,
neart which ho "was working, falling
and 'striking him on tho head. It seems
ihat Jib and anof'her man were getting
ready to re-siu .the polo, and the wire
wag hanging down across the road. An
auto coming along tho road caught
the wire, pulling over tho pole and
fatally injuring Tracey. He was tak
en into tho home of Leonard vvailKcr
near bv, and died shortly after.
George Davie has added n new elec
tric hair clipper to his barber shop
Miss Mary Rock of Portland is vis
iting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Rock, and other friends ip town.
The dance given iby Lau'g orchestra
Monday night was well attended ana
irofttly enjoyed by those present.
Tho Stayton high school basket ball
team won their game from Woodbura
in tho local gvin Yidav msftf last.
Tho game was a good one. The uoys
are scheduled to play the Albany high
school team in this place Friday eve
ning. the 7th.
Bon G-ehleir and J. A. Hendr-Tshott
wero in Salem on business Tuesday.
Mrs. M. J. Cralbtree and littlo non
returned Monday evening from a tisit
with" her parents near Salem.
Jim Thomas and wife of Salem have
been visiting O. E. Gardner ' and oth
er rekvthes here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Doll expect to open
their new store goon.
, Mrs. J. C, 2inser has returned to her
home in Hysson, Wash., after staying
six weeks with her daughter, Mrs
Ariel Zinser hia returned to the poul
try department of the state hospital.,
where he ia one of the assistants in
the poultry work. .
W. Harvey Crawford and "Will Craw
ford, wore business visitors at Eugeni
The Presbyterian missionary soci
ety met Tuesday with Mrs. Wayne)
Henry, with nine members present.
Tho occasion was a memorial service
for Mrs. Frod Purvino (Mablo Brad
ford), who died from influenza in Oc
tober. This being the first jriectinig
since her cHeat-h. and was aro the '
date of her birthday. Each member
contributed some chnrac',ori"'tic remi
niscenso of the member gono on be- .
fore. ,ail especially mentioning her
Iboughtfulnesg for ethers, especially in
tiino of sk'kncss .t tho close of tho
service, all went 'to lbs church yard
where she rests under tho spreading
'aarel trees, and covered her grave
vith beautiful spring iiowers,
Mrs. Lynn Purvino, accompanied by
ler mother, Mra. D. W. Mutthews,
Irove cut from Sahm Tuesday, to at
end 'M10 missionary iaee!in-g.
Mrs. Wayne Henry h in Dallas to
lay, called there by business connect-'
ed with her assessing work, sho being
a. deputy assessor of this district.
Cyrus Purvino and daughter, Misa
Mary Purvino, are visiting S. H. Bar
ker and family. Mr. Purvino is helping
to remodel the house, putting on new
shingles and doing considerable inter
SPRING VALLEY NOTES
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Spring Valley, Mar. 6. John Clark
of Oregon City spent a few days here
la -week with his father, Capt P. F.
i LASTS Hltilrl
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Ifcis this that the BUCKfJECHT Shoe offers you
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HOLD IN SALEM BY PRINCIPAL DEALEES