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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1919)
(Qie Saibilial Journal
TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1919.
We Wish To
That we now have the exclusive agency for
All Around Town
i lie leu
n ii i mm
W e are glad to be able to make this announcement as it enables us to give our
patrons FASHION'S BEST. As McCall's Patterns have been recognized for
years to express and successfully introduce the best modes of Fashion. You
will also be glad to get that wonderful magazine they publish each month. It
contains the best fiction, general good reading, charming pictures, and val
uable advise. It is the most wonderful 10c magazine published in America to
day. We have the complete line of Patterns., Our prices are the lowest on
April 2 Trophy train in Sa
lem 1:45 to 4:45 p. m.
April 4-5 Marion county
Sunday school convention, I'irst
April 20. Easter Sunday. .
May 3 List day on which
to register for special election
May 23 Junior week end,
June 3 Special state elec-.
Wo buy liberty bonds. 311 Masonic
Dr. J. 0. MatUtia, 409-410 Bans of
axui it 14 teem, jiavo c-kt i .
man, with over 35 years experience, :
at my office. Dr. D. X. Beechier, den-1
list, 302 U. 8. Nat. Bank bldg. tf i
See the Diamond T track demon-1
strated by Chas. Livesley at 246 State i
Special services began last Eight at
the South Salvia Friends churcn, and
'great interest is niniiitested in the nies-
iMumerce )10j. Offiee phone 573,res-1 , fmt service he made a beautiful
idence phone 5i6. 4 20 jMpositiW1 of the intercessory prayer of
01 rltrir tl,. 17th vtitiiit... nf Joint, in
The Tord car stolen from E. M. Diem Kuil.'h he dweIt especially on the unity!
Sunday morning from in front of theLf the Spirit. People were present from
tatnoiie cnurch whs recovered late yes-jali parts of the city. The uieetittKS
terday at Drain, about 110 miles south ji continue through the week and a
of Kulem. Sheriff Xcedham received a I cordial invitation is given to everyone.
mre mis morning from Koscburg, stu-
WE ABE NOW READY TO
TAKE CASE OF YOUB
AT 379 STATE SKEET
WELCH ELEC RIO CO.
The annual meeting of the Hrst show that the church, along with others Wruted to be one of the livest fue
Presbyterian church brought out a good in the city, had suffered during the war '. tors in it. Among other mutters brought
attendance, tho supper tubles being period, and especially from the influon-i up 1110 ""'''''"if w8 'hat of the cele
trowded with from 150 to 200 people, .a enidemic. the .-,,,.. f el..,,..). Ib.rati.0n .f t,M fiftieth anniversary of
Jolowmg the plentiful repast, Kov. T. had been well miiiiitnined,
the founding nf tho chim-li. whieh on.
Morn tliUU , ,irj tl,., i-,th ,.t Xf., ....
fi A Ml .... . . !Y. J-
. UUL-..U, p.,,,., uiBoi- nnvo Doon ucvotoa to benevolences Albert, of the Hmuliiv school.
v .m . nvi u. (fiaj'Ul (V..U a scrip
turo passage. In the election of offi-
:., tuu run b no suspoiiueu aim snon uuttgot for tli present yei;r proposes
work was niado of ro-elocting tho form- un expenditure of -Uint, and in addition
er bonrds of ciders, dencons nnd trus- s payment of 10U0 more on trie lots,
tees. Tho only new officers being tho on which there is still mi indebtedness
election of i'red Cook to fill a vacancy of 1000. Tho membership, ufter do
on the board of elders, und Fred Nmith j ducting losses by denth nnd renmvni, is
to fill a vacancy on tho board of den-i considenibly 0ver tiim. In the Bunday
eons. As the work of tho bourd of dea-1 school, the primnrv department rIiows a
cmiesses was pructically covered in the membership of iibout 00, the Cir.dle Koll
Kew Kra progmtn, it was decided to j and the Home Department b mem.
Icrvo theso positions vacant. It. Iters. Harold Co.4, us head of the Hoy
Bteusloff, presiding over tho business Scout coiitingciit, gavo a spirited ae
scssiou, called for reports from all the : count of tho work being done by tho
departments, and while those went to two troops in tho church, which ho dem-
and $2000 paid on the new lots pur-; that they "have tho biggest blowout
chused for tho church last year. Tho 'on record," and to this end a commit-
tee of hulf a dozen active workers were
tiumed to inn ko nrrniigeiuents.
I FRANK EEENAN
'THE MIDNIGHT SIEGE'
ing the car had been found. Mr. Diem
will leave at once for Drain to return
with his car. It seems that the two
young men who took this means of
leaving the country got stuck in the
mud and were unable to continue their
flight with the car.
"The best" Is all you can do when
death comes. Call Webb It Clough Co.
Phone 120. tf
Let the "Diamond T" do your
work. 240 tSate St. 4-1
Let the "Diamond T" do your
work. 240 tfato St. 4-1
Lee L. Gilbert, agent for the Elgin
Six; is feeling jubilant these days and
it is all due to the feet that during the
past eight days he has sold 16 five-passenger
F.lgin Sixes. These are all of the
latest 1919 Klgin model with natural
Phone 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer nooi wheels. Among the buyers are
Co. for quick sorvice. tf F. Haselhacker, Mrs. Mav Ivie of the
o (Capital hotel. Cr.rl F. Ruef, tho florist,
I will sell the 8 room house at 1406 an1 p- E- Mi,le'' of Sublimity.
Court St. for 330 See me at once, I 0
finoo will handle it. G. W. Laflar, 405- j See the Diamond T truck demon
406 Hubbard bldg tf strated by Chas. Livesley at 210 State
0 Istreot. 4-5
Dr. Mott offices mwed to Bank efj Calnmbla nvor 8melu ln ,ny uan:
commerce bldg, rooms 407,408. j titj. Fitt, Market. tf
aa-jy chicks, 644 State St. today tf
Cherrians attention. You are com
manded to report to Fred Mauris at
tho Commercial club at 1:30 p. m
sharp, Wednesday, April 2. Full uni
form to participate in trophy train
program. By order of King Biug Ful
lerton. Meadow Lawn Dairy just opened.
Pure milk and cream. Phone 90F12.
Kuymann & Edgier, mgrs. 4-1
What at first appeared to be a gen
uine kidnapping case involving a girl
12 years old, turned out to be nothing
but the desire of a girl to get away
from school and seo some of tho coun
try. Yesterday noon sho applied at the
homo of a fanner living near Chemawa
and told a wonderful tale of how she
had been kidnapped in Portland, then
brought to a kuiesome house in the out
skirts of Salem nnd then how she had
made her escape and was walking back
to her Portland homo. She wus brought
back to Salem.
Hundreds of photographs have been
beautifully framed at Buren's, on Com
mercial street, how about yours
Don't blame yourselt, blame us if
your wall treatments aro unsatisfac
tory. Buren's, Commercial street.
The m.ijiy friends of Miss Meldred
I L.M.HUM !
' Ybk h Toy
Chinese Medicine and Tea Oo.
Has medicine which will car
any known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. m.
153 South High St.
Salem, Oregon Fhone 283
If you hare apy Junk or sec
ond hand goodu of any kind see
271 Cmeineketa St.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
2ND HAND GOODS
Highest Cash Trico Paid
337 Court St. Phone 493
From the Original story
by Kdgurliieo Burroughs.
Tarznn's t struggle
with the lion the elephant raid on
ciinnilml village battle between an
ape and gorilln Abduction of tho
white girl by apes.
The most Stupendous, Amazing Film Production
in the World's History with
ELKO LINCCLN ENID MARKEY
And 1000 others--Produced in the w ildest jungles
of Brazil at a cost of $1500,000. Staged with wild
lions, tigers, elephants, baboons, apes and cannibals.
Special Orchestral Music
I Willamette Valley
171 S. High Street
U Flfone 1400
2I10 Ash Street
Phone Broadway 451
Ours is the only line of auto freight trucks operating
between here and Portland. We also make
DALLAS, MONMOUTH, INDEPENDENCE,
f We buy produce of all kinds and with our tratispor
i tation facilities we are able to pay the highest cash
prices. Order your freight routed our way. Sell
tf your eggs, dressed meats, poultry, etc., to us.
It's our business to recommend the
proper framing for every picture fram
ed here. Illume us if they don't turn
out good. Hindi's. 'omiuercial street.
Mr and Mrs Frank F Richter de
note their appreciation to the many
kind friends who gave flowers and at
tention in the interment of their son,
Hear the male orchestra at Wood
luirn armory Thursday nilit. Another
liig dance. Silvertua stage leaves Hush
hank bldg ;'M p. in.
An undressed gray suede glove was
found lit the post oll'ico yesterday, it
was a ladies' glove and the owner who
can tell what, is wrong wiih one of the
lint Ions of the glove and the siw of
the glovo will have sufficient evidence
to ho given the property.
After 5 o'clock nett Saturday eve
ning the pcrsmi who happens to have
neglected to pay taxes will he subject
to a one per cent penalty on the amount
duo for the first hulf year payment,
April 5th is the last day on which to
pay to avoid this penalty nnd the of
fico will not he open any Inter that
day than li o'clock in the afternoon.
Congressman Hawlcy will speak this
evening before nieiiihers of the Six
o'clock chili of the First Methodist
church, hinner will bo served by the
Indies of the church nt 11:15 oV'lock
and the evening's program extend to
S o'clock. All nan of the city are in
vited. It has been doflntlcly decided that
the trophy train from the war depart
ment will arrive ill Salem nt 1:1)
o'clock Wednesday afternoon on the
Southern Pacific and that it will be
on exhibition at Trude nnd South Com
mercial Htreets for three hours. As yet
no a' tion has been taken towurds clos
ing any stores or of declaring a holi
day for school children. The I hemuwa
baud has promised to be on hand nnd
the public in geiical is iuvited to come
early. The train consists of six cars
and men who have seen real service
will be in charge to explain the many
Business has been rushing at the
counter nf the county clerk's office
where marriage licenses and anglers' li
censes nre issued. This time the niBh in
for anglers' licenses. 1'uring the past
two or three days anglers' license at
l.M each have been issued to the fol
lowing K. K. I.iudberg, Monitor: John
J, Writ., Woodburn; (iehard 11. Fresh
er, Woodburn; 0. A. Kpley, Jefferson;
A. P. uber, Aumsville; I), K. Kustburn,!
Aumsville; John W. Kastbnrn, Anms-I
ville; Milo 11, yhier, Gates; J. T. Heck
with, Jefferson, and tho following from.
Bnlem: C. R. Stownser, K. B. tirinnn.
iU. O. Royor, Chas. Letcher, J. F. Hugh
C. A. Poter, E. E. Williams, J. A.!
Burns, A. B. IlraniH. Ititune McKen !
'nort, T, H. Holmes, P. M. Scott, R. II J
Campbell and It. 8. Belle. j
! Combination hunters' and anglers' li-
fenso have been issued to the following
at 13 esh! R. C. Jeffersiti, Gorvnis;
II. C. Ransom, Phelbnrn; L. O. Herrold.
8alem, and (ieorgo O. Bingham, Hnlein.
) Combination pioners and ilvti war.
veterans' licenses have been issued
within the past fo wdnvs to the follow-1
ing: W. J. Jefferson, James Lowe. Rs
lem; J. N. Hraife. Piilem; F. P. Whit
lock, Hilverton; U. W. Thomas, Silver
ton; A. F. BlaeVerbv, 8ilverton, and
Samuel C. Dyke, Gntes.
Cherrians attention. Tou are com
manded to report to Fred Mangij at
the Commercial club at 1:30 p. m ;
sharp, Wednesday, April 2. Full nni j
form to artici!e in tropliv train '
The rumor that federal supuort had
'been withheld from n national euurd 1 Moore of route 1, Sulein, who was taken
is one of the organization has been dissipated bv Col-1 U last Saturday evoning and operated ,
most interesting publications on tho 0ael May, now adjutant general of Ore- on Sunday for appendicitis, will bo to sca aa a general advertising
news stand of lute. It has boetn won- g0n through the appointuieut of Govern- pleased to know that she is slowing ro- nR,m0l Among those sucgested s0 fur
derfully improved, contuiniiig many 0r Olcott. The fact is brought out that ' covering. Sho is under the euro of her nro tne f ollowing; Sun Blessed, Valley
useful departments as well ce a number the' fuiluro of congress to pass appro-' aunt, Miss Alma Moore of St. Vincent's ir,e, Purple llued, Rainblest, Grown
of e.ntortuiniag lnisccllaueous articles nrintion bills left tho mitlonr.t militia hospital. Tho operation was performed ; ritl, Kat-suiu. Trv'ein, Bacchus' Rival
and stories or real merit, inose wno bureau short of funds to cover trnus
buy a copy of the April number wtll portation charges on equipment nnd to
fi ml it very interesting. puy the guardsmen and officers. All
o states arc equally affected, The neces-
My new office Is 328 Huobard Mdfr sary state funds are available as usual.
S'ew phone 100'J. I do a genoral iusur- i o
ance business. I write surety bonds, j Dr C B O'Neill, optomotrist-optl-and
loan monoy on the easy pay't plan cian, has resumed his practice over
iwn your own home, and stop throw-1 Ladd & Bush bank bldg. Office hours
'.ng your money away for rent. See mo to 5 p. m. Sundays by appointment,
today, II, E. Bolinger. tf Phono 62.". 4-3
at the Willamette Sanitorium.
Dance Thurg night Woodburn ar
mory. Roads nre good now. Stago
leaves Bush bank .bldg at 7:"0 p. m.
T. E. McCroskny, manager of the
nnd Mist-Kist. What is really wanted
is a lianie suggestive of tho Oregon
prune ns it is now packed, suggestive
of its beautiful purple hue, how fine it
tastes and all this with a name that
can easilv be pronounced and will mean
that tho Willainetto valley has tho fin-
Salem Commercial club, is receiving j est prunes in tho world, ilioso wno
several responses to the invitation to ! have a nume that will combine all these
suggest an appropriate name for the i should submit it to the Commercial
prunes raised in this part of tho state, club.
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When Ordering By Mail, Mention This Adv.
Phone 198 and 188 C.O.D. Taken $2.00 or Over
Crown, sack $2.95
Pacific hardwheat $2.85
Diamond C $2.50
Post Toasties 13c
2 Grapenuts 25c
Shreded Wheat l ie
Puff Rice and
Cream Rolled Oats
Large Package G.
R. Oats 30c
Mathena oats, pkg ....30c
5 Swifts White
5 bars Ivory 35c
Cream Oil, : for 25c
Palm Olive, H for ....32c
Rose Bath, ',) for 25c
Sea Foam, large
Cascade soap, 4 for ..25c
White Navy soap
4 for 25c
Clean Easy soap, '
5 for 35c
Crystal White ... 6c
Lux, 2 packaegs 25c
Gold Dust, pkg 27c
Old Dutch Cleanser
3 for 25c
Light House 5c
Borden's, tall can 15c
Carnation, tall 13c
Best Creamery but
Peanut butter, lb 16c
Umcco .. 35c
Nut Ola 35c
Jell O, package 10c
Jiffy Jell, pkg 10c
Knox Gelatine, pkg 18c
Jelly powder, pkg....l2c
Sugar, 10 lbs $1.00
Sugar, 100 lbs $9.65
Tapioca, lb 11c
Sago, lb 14c
Instant, 50 size 43c
Instant, 30 size 23c
Plain, 25 size : 22c
3 lbs Royal Club....$1.10
1 lb. Royal Club 42.
Power coffee, lb 30c
M. J. B., 5 lbs $2.10
M. J. B.21-2 lbs....$l.15
M. J. B. 1 lb 47c
3 lbs Dependable....$1.10
Fancy blend bulk 30c
These prices will
last long. BUY
3 lbs Royal Club
1 lb. Royal Club cof
fee 3S :
3G.A. Coffee 9i
1 lb. G. A. coffee 32c
Folgers tea, lb 45c
Dependable tea 45c
Bulk tea, lb 40c
Borden's milk, doz $1.7(
Bulk lard, lb 32c
Large Crisco $2.00
3 lbs. Crisco $1.00
No. 5 Compound....$1.20
Small Cottolene :...$15
Fresh crisp soda
crackers lb 17c
15 oz. raisins ...llc
Brooms 85c to $1.30
All flavor spices 10c
Del llonte catsup 25c
Porter's 1000 Island
Salad dressing 17c
Bulk Cocoa lb 25c
Bulk Chocolate 29c
1 lb. can Chocolate 30c
Hershey cocoa, l-2....18c
Lipton's cocoa, l-2....22c
Bakers cocoa, 1-2 23c
Royal Red peas 18c.
Mt. Pleasant corn ....18c
Standard tomatoes....! 8 j
program. l!y order of King King Ful
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