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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (March 26, 1919)
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value when a small
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GREATER THIN "BIRTH OF A NATION" OS "HTCLERANCE"
FRIDAY - - - SATURDAY
1.000,030 FisMing Ken -
20,000 Horses In Action
Squadrons Of Airplanes
Fleets Of ZeppcEas -
The Charge Of Tacks
The Deadly Gas And Flame
YOU CAN SEE "HEARTS OF THE WORLD" A
. . DOZEN TIMES AND NOT SEE IT ALL
2:15 pjn. requires
yg 3 hours time to
8 p.Cl. run hs Pture
MR. RAYMOND BALLARD
Will Furnish "Hearts of the
World" Music on our new
" Peyton Brand
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed in pouch
MAKE BIS HAUli
Artesian Cal., March 25. Fifty to one
hundred thousand dollars is the range
of estimates of the loot secured by a
during pair of bankrobbers whs robbed
the First National bank of Artesia here
Using explosives and an oxy-tceto-
To be called lato this afternoon or lyne torch they opened the outer vault
ti morrow morning in tb4 circuit court and every safe deposit box in the bank,
is a cuso entitled C. M. LnFollette vs. They did not reach tho inner vault,
S. W. Jones. Air. Jones sui'S for posses
sion of 5j head of ewes, 5 lambs and
one Shropshire rain, or for the payment
jf 'S7.."l, and ;l'tf additional duui-
Mary E. Hawks has brought suit for
3 divorce from Andrew Ilankes. She
alleges desertion about 10 years ago.
Pile Cured In 8 to Days
Druggists refund money, if PAZO
OINTMKN'T rails to eure Itching,
Wind, Woedi"g or Protruding Piles.
Stops Irritation; Soothes ', and Heals.
You can pot restful sleep after the
first npplitation. Price HUb.
Mrs. V, O. Peterson was struck by
a gravel train in Tacoina Saturday
and instantly killed,
Tho safe ia tho Peoples Market at
Astona was blown open Saturday night
tiy ihurglars, who 'car-aped with $100.
Colds Cause Headaches and Pains
Feverish lloadn.'hos and dtudy Pains
caused from a cold aro soon relieved
by taking LAXATIVE P. HOMO O.UX
NINK Tablets. There's oniv one " Bro
mo (Quinine." E. W. GHOVK'S signa
tore on the box, 30c.
Date Of Arrival of More
Transports, Is Ancanced
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Make our store your headquarters for Talking Machines. There is nothing
that can bring more pleasure to the home than a Victrola. Have a concert in
your own home. All the world's greatest artists arc only to be found on Victor
records. ' ' ,
As illustrated this Beautiful Victrola with nine duobTs
faced records, two hundred Victor needles and one record
" " . cleaner for only
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Washington,, Mar. 2fi. failings of
transports werfl nr.nouneerl today by
the war department as follows:
' Transport Ulua from Brest, duo New
York April 4, with tho 328th field
artillery, field and staff, hcadquartsrs
and supply companies, ordnance and
medical detachment; batteries A, Ii,
C and V, for Camp Custer; base lios
pilal 112; casual company 75.T.
Transport La Lorraine, Havre, due
Sew York March 31' with casual com
panies 176, 2477, 2473, 2480, 24S1,
scattered; special casual company 2-474
Transport Aquitanla, from Brest,
due Nvw York March 29, with 8"th di
vision headquarters for Camp Custer;
S."th division licndqunrtors troop for
Camp Kearney; lUDth infantry brigade
headquarters for Camp Custer; 3 471JJ.
field artillery for Camps Kearny, Funs
ton, Lewis and Dodge; 348th field ar
tillery for Campj Dix and Upton; do
tnchment 112th nmiuunition train fur
Camp Dix. detachment lo'ith field ar
tillery for iCamp I'pton; 14.th infantry
companies F, Q, H, K, I, L aud M for
Camps Sherman, I'pton, Funston, Dodge
and Dovcns; medical camp detachment
Hlith infantry for Carhpg Upton, Dov-
ens, Taylor, runston, blierman; JJitn
infantry, field and staff, headquarters
supply companies for Camps Custer
and Kearny; baso hospital 02, baso
hospital unit 40, casual companies
1017, 719, scattered; 09 eoldiers' wives
and six wifes of fcaval officors aro al
Gladys Nichols, of Newburg, wero nom
inated for ilv queen. Tho honor of
being May queen is greatly sought for
in Willamette society and tho crowning
of tho May queen is the climax of tho
events centering around May day. The
election of tho May queen will take
place today in Eaton hall.
LIBERTY LOAN QUOTATIONS 1 ,
New York, March 26, Liberty bonds
wero quoted here todav as follows:
3ia's, 88.98; first 4's, 94.20; second
4's, 93.40, off .14; first i",i's, 94.36, up
4',4's, 94.98, off .02; fourth 414 's, 93.C4.
We have for your inspection the best sewing machine on the market
THE SIT STRAIGHT WHITE
This machine is made in several different styles, priced within the reach of.
everybody. Sold on approval Money back if not as Represented .
WATCH OUR WINDOWS.
TRADE IN YOUR OLD FURNITURE
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401-118 COURT STREET
"Salem's Rusy Furniture Store"
Market Rathe Quiet
For Securities Today
New York Mar. 2(1. The New Ynrk
Kvctiiiig Hun financial review today
Today's ralhor quiet and heavy mar
ket for MH-urities seemed to be an ex
pression of Wall Street s diwro to j
know just what proportion of fact and
of chicanery there may Ite in tho po-
jf, I litical and social fermentation taking
i place in Kuropo mill which has 'burden
ed tho caJiles in tho past few days.
Tho steel, oil and motor shares wero
subjected perhaps to tho greatest pres
sure. Tho rails wero lightly dealt in
and but slightly changed Tho formal
announcement that, the war finance oor
porntion would advance money v. iQ
individual carriers on tho collateral of
tho railroad administration certificates
had little effect.
Slocks wero in supply through the
afternoon, though selling pressuro was
far from urgent. Prices continued to
ease off gradually. Ntocl dropped be
low 97. Others in Uiat group yielded
about a point. Eoyal Dutch shares
Eect Lawrence Davics
' Manager Of May Fete
Lawrence K. Privies, a prominent
sophomore from St. Helens, was unani-mou-lv
elected manager of the May day
festivities to be held during tho junior
week eacl, May 2 3. Davies is president
of his class iiiid treasurer of the associa
ted student body. Last year bo was
mannger if one of the most successful
frCshiiien glees evjr held.
At the same mooting of the student
bode, Mr. rgii ret Wilde, -of (iiants Pass:
lielcu Hose, of Limuett, Ida., and
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A petition has been filed beforo the
county court asking tho appointment
of Jeanetto Lockhart as executrix of
the last will aud testament of Paulino
Adams, who died Feb. 9, 1919. Tho es
tate is valued at $ jOUO in real estate bo
sides $2200 in personal property. Paul
ino Adams was never married and her
next of kin aro Mary Adams, s sister
living in Salem; Irene Adams, a half
sister of Portland; Mrs. W. Hinklc, a
step sister of Portland; and Mrs. D. M.
French, a step sister of The Dalles.
Frank Meredith, u nephew, m.ined iu
the will as executor, has declined to
serve. As Jeunuetto Lockhart is an
aunt of tho deceased, tho petition re
quests her appointment as executrix of
Benjamin Iiowden has filed suit for
divorce from Sarah E. Bowden. They
wero niarriod Dec 19, l!yd, aud he al
leges that she deserted him after about
ten years of married life. There are no
children nor propertv rights involved.
'For boing bitten by a spider, the Cal
ifornia Industrial accident commission
has granted lie tin Ciressweli $303.91.
a large amount of money was
Oscar Wallace, an American citizen
living near Pregreso, Mexico, has been
attacked ly bandits and carried off
either dead or woumted.
Goldwyn il .
C0RINNE "RIELY" BARKER
A former Salem girl
3 Days Starting Thursday
One-ton Ford attachment truck in A-l condition
for quick selling, at ply s........ $595,00
Almost new Model 90 Overland, run but 600
miles, going at $1025
1916 Ford touring good shape, but must be sold,
at : : - $350.00
SEE THESE BARGAINS AT
Salem Velie Company
J. VV. JONES, Mgr.
1G2 North Commercial St.
A carload of 7-foot Split Cedar Posts of splendid
quality. See them before placing your order. Our
line of BULK KALSQMINE in all shades as well
as all kinds of house, barn and roof PAINTS is the
most complete in the city. i -
Give us a call.
319 S. 12th Street
Everything in Building Material"
Phones: West Salem, 414
A. B. KELSAY, Mgr