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TEE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 13", 1919.
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. All Around town
March 13-14 "Officer 606"
t the opera house. Elks benefit.
March 14 Monthly, meeting
of Salem Commercial club, 8
March 20 Salem Symphony
eoncert, opera house.
March 30 Turn clock f or:
ward one hour, 2 o'clock a. m.
7:15 p. m. 0 a. in.
$1500 will handlo it. O. W. Laflar, 405
406 Hubbard bldg. tf
Highest marfcet prioea paid for
dressed hogs, beef and real. Independ
ent Market, phone 104. 815
The freshman basest baU team of
Willamette university, together with
a choice assortment (if college yells
and a contingent of loud voiced rooters
will invade Dallas thin evening, bont
on taking the scalp of the Dallus ca
dets team. On jSaturday the freshmen
will go after tho Wootlburn high gehool
cam at the latter iplacc. Iocal events
at the university this week, ure a ser
ine of games between the freshmen and
sophomores, to ibe held tomorrow and
Dr. Mott offlceg moved to Bank of
Commerce bldg, room 407,408. tf
Bby chicks, 644 State St. today tf
Columbia river smelts In any . quan
tity. Fitts Market. ' tf
Prealdent Charles W. Flint, of Cor
nell college, Mount Vernon, Iowa, . tp
jicd off in the city thia morning for a
living visit with President Dmicf of
We bay liberty bona. 311 Masonic
ildg. ' 11 tf
Evangelistic meeting tonight,' Les
lie Methodist church, Dr. A. Sterling
llarner preacher; Paul Taylor singer.
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Artificial toeth, have expert plate
niaa, with over 35 years experience,
at mr office. Dr. D, X. Boechler, don-
tist, 308 U. 8. Nat. Bauk bldg. ; tf
President Lee of Albajiy, was In the
city on business this morning, visiting
Itrir.fly at Willametto university whilo
"The beet" is all you can do when
death comes. Cull Webb & dough Oo.
I'hone ,120. tf
Dance at. Macleay Saturday night
Big turkey supper and good time for
Get your miii, at the People's Mar
ket. 153 H. Liberty. 3-13
Colonel Howard, of the V. S. army,
tnnde a recent visit to ttiilein for a con
ference with President loney of Wil
lamette with regard to establishing the
reserve offiera training corps at the
institution. lr. Doncy thought it inad
visable to take up the matter nt this
time, but suggested that it might M
considered at the opening of the fall
Economise, get your hats cleaned and
blocked early to avoid the rush, at old
location, 4tta Court M. C. B. Ellsworth
Free bug leave Masonic Temple at
8 p. in. Ftiday night for Cheuinwa
Cvot. A. A. Hall, of the Oregon na
HoaeJ guard is in the city today on a
brurt business errand, coining in irom
Portland this morning.
Phone 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer
Co. for quick service. tf
Try the Home Bakery for good bread
pio, cakes and oookies. 1097 Chcmekota
Dance, tomorrow night M. B. A. hall
near .'hiuawa. Free auto service from
The Middle Grove auxiliary of the
Rpri Orruut in mm of thn rurnl auxil
iaries that is koeping on with the good
wnrk mid matcriallv llftlnillff in thO
making of refugee garments. The au-
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ULary meeis ovory Yveunesutiy uiiui
noon in the church. While tho meoubcra
have nobly responded to the call, there
is still a demand for more workers to
complete the quota of garmcnits sent
to the auxiliary.
Third Performance of
OWING TO THE FACT THAT EVERY RESERV
ED SEAT FOR BOTH LAST NIGHT'S AND TO
NIGHT'S PERFORMANCES OF THE 1919 ELKS
PLAY, "OFFICER 666", WAS SOLD BEFORE 6
O'CLOCK LAST EVENING, AND THAT SCORES
OF PATRONS WERE UNABLE TO MAKE RES
ERVATION, THE ELKS PLAY COMMITTEE
HAS DECIDED TO GIVE A THIRD PERFORM
SEATS FOR FRIDAY'S PERFORMANCE ON
SALE NOW. SALE OF GALLERY TICKETS FOR
TONIGHT WILL BEGIN AT 7 O'CLOCK.
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Wilfred Bates, who has 'been in the
'unA.linn Tiinneer. for four vears.
writes his brother. Rev. Alfred Bates,
of tho Kimball fcvhool of Theology,
I that he has now left Uade&burg on the
IKhine, Germany, where he has been in
the nrmy of occupation for three
I months and is now writing from liel-
gium, en route to Miguinil aim win
come to Vancouver. 'B. 0., tn visit
friends there and then to tvi'.em.
Here was a girl who (nought she
cculd marry without love -
by Lois Zellner
Directed iy Clasvnce & Badger
lii story of a girl who laugh
ed at her marriage vows
Chinese Medicine and Tea Oo.
lias medicine which will cure
any known disease,
Open tiundnyg from 10 a. m.
mi U 1 H p. m.
153 (South Uigh St.
Salem, Oregon Phone 282
WE ARB NOW READY TO
TAKE CARE OF YOUB
AT 379 STATE SREET
WELCH ELECRIO OO.
.FULL VALVE TA1D FOR
SECOND HAND (lOuDS
Phone 493 ' 337 Court St.
'The funeral beautiful." Webb ft
OloiigH Ct. tf
Mil run, 42 per ton tbjg week. J.
I). Waring 4 Co. 1-1
The regular meeting of the Elks'
lodce will not" ibe held this evening on
nccount of tho Klks' show at tho opera
houso. Exalted ruler Harry J. Wondo
rofh announces that the weekly moot
ing will b hold tomorrow night.
Dance tomorrow night M. B. A. hall
near Ohemawa. Free. auto service from
Elbert Thompson of Vick Bros, will
be in J'ondloton to attend to Fordson
tractors during the auto and'.trwitef
show. The lAto rains have increased in
terest in the Fordson tractors, farmers
are .preparing to seed all avaiWblo
ground and are auuptlng tno tractor.
Vick (Bros are doing all tlioy can to sup
ply the demand but, as yet have not
been ablo to got tractors ahead. Sim
plicity of construction and being ablo
to got iparU and sorvico add to the
popularity of any machine. This is tho
Fords wy. IJave tho machine for the
people, tiion tone care or mem uj
koeping a good supply of parts, and
your customers will do your advertis
ing. A bos social and program will be
given at the Middle Orove school house
five miliis from Halem on the Kilverton
road on Saturday ovening of this week
The .Middle Orove church Just ueross
tho road has a piano ami now the school
feels that it should have one nnd it i
for this purpose that the social is giv
en. There i an abundance of talent
in. tho Middle Orove neighborhood and
a first das,, program is promised: An
invitation to to:1 present is extended
not only to neighbors but friends of
tho school whoi live in Snlem.
My new office is 328 Hubbard bldgj
New phone 1 do a general insur
ance 'business. I write surety bonds,
and loan munoy un the easy pny't plan
Own your own homo, and stop throw
ing your money away for rent. See mo
today, It, K. lioliiiger. tf
Dance Sat. night Mar. 15 at Quorrys
hall 4 mile south, (loud orchestra, new
hall. Lunch 11:30. Auto service out
from (. E. Hound trip fare !0c. 3 15
Olalre V. ' Dimick, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Dimick, who has been with tho
tilst C. A. f. medical detachment, in
Franco arrived in the city Tuesday eve
ning, having just received his dis
charge at !a.iiip L.wis. He has been
over sens einht mouths, and returning,
brings with him many interesting sou
venirs, among which aro various for
Cole McElroy's Jaz Band, a real
dance armory Friday March 11. 3H
Harry McDaniol, the famous Jaw pi
anist, just returned from war, will be
featured with Colo M.'Blroy "s
baud, armoiy Friday March 14. 3 14
The members of the Salem Sympho
ny orchestra, especially Frof. .1. R.
Sites and Henry Lee, have been vpik
iii't to thuir utmost ability and under
many Inconveniences to make , tho. con
cert of March 20th a grand success.
Many long nnd 'tirosome rehearsals,
have proved the interest the members
have taken in the progress of thia art
in the city of Salem. One object of the
concert is to give those who nover have
hoard a real symphony orchestra, an
idea of how music should be played
and not murdored as some musicians
V. Haydn's Symphony Militnir, me
or tn.o selections, is a very ditricult
composition to master. Hard prnnuice
and much time has been f pont in bring
ing out the beauty of each part. The
well known overture, Poot and. Pens
ant, The Triumphant March from ' ' Ai
da," and two very beautiful selections
from Oavaleria Rustieanna will nil be
played at the concert. Mrs. Jane Burns
Albert, known throughout the Pacific,
northwest (for her bird-like voice, will
fing throe selections..
Dance, a real Jazz band, Cole Mc
Elroy's at the armory Friday night
Marci 14th. " - 3-14
BLVGHO At his homo, i;i9 South High
street, March 13, 1SH9, Amirew J.
Ringo. at the ago of 4" years.
Besides foig wife he is survived by
three children, two daughters, Zada
and May and one son, Ulenn. .
The body is at the Terwilliger Home
and will 'be forwarded to Ulnckamas
for funeral services and burial.
Markham Anderson, who entered the
II. 8. naval service la rear and a half
Ago, is visiting his uncle, 8. M. Oarri
Bo a, in tliis city. Young Anderson has
soon much real service, having been
assigned to ditty on the transport
Northern Pacific, and making elovon
trips across tho ocean He was with
the .Northern Pacific when it wont
ashore at Fire Island, off New York
harbor, and wjis a. .participant in that
thrilling incident. ;
Loon A. Oulberton, who hits been in
tf ho naval service nd stationed at
Mare Island during the past seven
months, has just received his discharge
and returned to his home at 395 Capi
Dr. Byrd hag recently received a let
tor from his brother, Dr. R. D. Byrd,
who has been in the field hospital ser
vice iu Franco and Belgium during tho
past year. Ho states that ho is all pack
ed up with the expectation of return
ing homo about tho first of April, al
though it is uncertain. Ho has been in
some of the worat areas of the fighting
front doing emergency surgical work,
escaping without injury, although in
ono engagement a shrapnel shell ex
ploded so close to lum that his uniform
was almost torn from his 'body.
Lieut. J. o. Van Winkle of Jefferson
arrived in the city yesterday on his
return from San Diego, where he re
cently received his discharge from mil
itary service. He enlisted about a year
ago, spent some months at e training
school in Kansas, and was then sta
tioned at San Diego,- !al., where he
was in command, of field hospital 264
of the 16th division. Mrs. Van Winkle
has ibeen residing at Sa Diego in or
der to 'be near her husband.
Mrs. Robert McGilchrist Is home
from an extended visit in tho. east.
Among the cities where she stopped to
see friends and relatives are the fol
lowing: Cleveland, Ohio, Toledo Ohio,
St.'- Louis", Kansas' City, Rossville, To
peka and Netawka Kan., Denver Col
orado Springs, Las Vegas, New Mexi
co, Albuquerque, New Mexico, El Paso
Texas 'Long iBeach, -Calif, and San
E. A. Kurtz driving a truck and an
Oregon Electric freight train collided
this morning nt North Commercial and
South streets. Mr. Kunts was coming
into-town; ;on' North .Commercial fend
collided Wish the train just as it turns
on Commercial and South .streets com
ing from Front street. The truck was
pretty badly smashed up imt Mr. Kurtz
was fortunate to get through without
CARD OF THANKS . vs
To all those who so tindly and lov
ingly rendered thoir assistance and
sympathy .during the last illness of j
Mrs. Martin'BTubaker our beloved wife
and mother,' we desire .to oxpress our
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O. L. Brubaker and wife, L. E. Bruba
The grand jury will meet tomorrow
and the circuit court in department No. I
1 under Judge Percy Kelly will open i
f .. ,n. n .i. in. :.i., .i a...,., t
lur 'me lYiartu leriu. jmiu'uj. tiii,u wjiiui- ,
murrers end tho setting of esse,.. Triuls
will begin Monday morning. One has
already been set, that of Sears versus
No raise in Prices
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Business in issuing marriage licenses !
haa 'been good at tho office of county
clerk V. O. IBoyer. The records show
that for the first dozen days of this . .
month, 10 licenses were issued. Yester-1 " " '
day marriage licenses were issued to 'six months later when the clock is turn
George E. Scott, Bge 30, of Pendleton ed 'back the hour. An effort was made
and Lillian A. Zwicker, 21, of Saiem, by some farming interests to repeal tho
day will be given ,to motions and de-
and to William Hall, 28, of Miuneapo,-
lis and Miss Marie Bishop of fealein.
Taxes are coming into the tax pay
ing department of the sheriff's office
at the rate of from $12,000 to iMSMO
a day. After April 5 there will be a
penalty attached on delinquents equal
to ono per cent a month. Then if not
paid in full 'by Nov. 5, the penalty will
go up to 5 per cent, in addition to the
regular ono per cent a month. Then
if not paid by April 5 of next year, tho
property may Ibe sold-for taxes.
Day old chicks are mailable. That is,
if any one w'ants to ship them at itljat
age and if the little ones are properly
boxed, the parcel post is one means of
transportation. It isn't necessary to
put any rati'ons in the box as it Is fig
ured out that a day old chick thrives
better when it doesn't have any re
freshments for 36 hours or more.
Mark Woodruff of Portland will
speak to the members of tho Commer
cial club tomorrow evening in the au
ditorium nt 8 o'clock. An effort is be
ing made to make the Oregon State
Chamber ot Commerce a strong contra!
organization for the business interests
of the state and it is on this subject
that Mr. Woodruff will speak.
A lot of people will lose one hour's
sleep 'on the night of Saturday, March
29. For on the morning of Sunday
March -30, at 2 o'clock, the time-is to
be advanced one hour nnd when it is
2 o'clock it becomes 3 o'clock. This
lost hour may "be made up however
daylight saving plnn ibut it was in one
of the 'bills .that failed to pass during
the closing hours of the last congress,
Hence the old law is in effect.
Deals Id Real Estate
Peter Springer to Louis M Hilfieker,
lot, 4, .Springers Fruit Farms No. 1
Lucy I. Cottrell to Fannie Feller,
tract No. fi, in Fellers 2nd Subdivision.
Robert Hackett to Clark Aspinwall, i
20.05 acres in Lucas Brook? claim, i
township 6-2 W. - ' 1 j
Adam Snvder to Alphonse Klinger, I
20.04 acres in section 26-6-3 W.' ,
A M. Lull to Roy Bohmami, north i j
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east half NW quarter NE quarter of
section 18, 8-3W.
Anton Kufner to Frank Domogalla,
40 acres in Wm, Dodgo claim, section
Robert Schcrmer to Bank' of Wood
bum, lot 3, block 4, Woodburn.
' Clautlo Cole to Willametto Valley
Prune Co., 24.66 acres in I McCully
claim, 52-9 2W
C. B. Bouch to Oscar Bouch, 27.4i
acres in Oliver Pickard claim, 9-2 W.
Flora A. Hoag, to R. H. Evans, N 8
quarter of N E quarter of section 20-7-2E.
Pctor N. Smith to Frank Neidl, lots
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10 11 and 12 in
block 6 May's addition Silvertou,.
IN YOUR SHOE BELLS
"A constant 'hiker' over all con
ditions of roads, my shoes were hard
on my feet until I discovered Neolin
Soles, And as for wear! Neolin
Soles give twice the service of soles I
formerly used," writes H. Noyes
Coilinson, Hazelton, Pa.
This long service niean3 sharp re
ductions in those big shoe bills, for it
is because of worn cut soles that most
shoes are discarded. Buy Neolin-'
soled shoes, not only for yourself, but
for the whole ftuuily, children in
cluded. Also, tal.o your eld shoes
to the rpninrifm and linw them re
bottomed' with Mccliti Solos.
jkemembf r Nefi'in Sole s are water
proof, as well as comfortable and long
wearintr. They are created by Science
t: he ml that soles should be. aad are
mada by Tha Ooodyear Tire & Rub
ber C:i AI;ron, Ohio, who also make
Wiii".'-o!; Keels cuaiantceci- to out
wear all ct!:.-r hee's. .
SHOES AND SUITS FOR THE BOYS 1 1
ALUMINUM AND GRANITEWARE FOR THE
ft . One 2-seated sum-
half of lots 3 and 4. block 3, Walnut
Grove addition, Salem, .
Kay V. Ohmert to Herbert A. Wright
The Journal Job Department
will print you anything in the
stationery line do it right and
save you real money.
Saleoi Ayctson Go.
157 S. Commercial St.
WE BUY FURNITURE PHONE 1117
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of experience. It is a
super-picture that comes
only once in a long while,
lie sure to see it.
TO SATURDAY NITE
Mates 2:15. 3:45
Evening 7:15. 8:45
Matinees 25c, 10c, 5c
Kvtnings ...35o, 15c, 10c
George O. It. Snyder, Miss Olga 6ray, I
Oscr B. Gingrich, Miss Florence Cart
wrii'ht, Jmo Mott, Mrs. Walter
Spaulding, Ben'W. Olcott, Carl Hinges,
B. Cooie rtton, Bunny Moiring, A.
Ii Frsser, Dan Langeuberg, Mayor C.
The Elks Announce Their Annual Play for 1919
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Grand Theatre. See Page 1 Today's Journal
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For Friday Night
: Opera" House Pharmcv
j Phoae 1459 Tickets 50c-$I.CO
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