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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1919)
TEE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM. ORKOON FRIDAY. APRIL IS. 1919.
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We taie especialy prepared an extra fine lot of our PIONEER BRAND, mild, sugar cured hams for our EASTER TRADE, and your Sunday morning breakfast will not be complete without OUR ham.
Also, we have provided for that big EASTER DINNER and ha?e secured some of the finest milk fed lambs in the valley. We suggest stuffed fore-quarter with sage dressing or sausage, senred with mint
sauce which is delicious. For those who do not care for lamb we haye choice grain-fed steer beef, young corn fed pork and cream fed Teal prepared in any way to suit you.
"Meats of Quality and Flavor"
I Citv News t
Sheriff W. I Neednain reports that
the collection of taxes up to April 5,
tho first atMni aiuiuitl payment, ninounli
this year to ."S,2 1 3.SU which lit) has
collected and turned over. There is
about $20,000 more in his office which
)i:i not as yet been finally checked up
lirt will ho turned over in a few days.
The total nmount of taxes to bo col
lected by the sheriff's office thin year
amount to 1,071,000. With 0121j
collected already, or more limn half
of tho annual amount, Sheriff Need
ham is of the opinion that this repre
sents a very milisfnetorv condition.
'or the year 1!M." tho collections up
to the first week in April were .";!,
r2. Kor the year 19 Ml, they were
trriO.fioi) and for 1017, the amount was
.riii2,4H. The office has issued 10,700
to i receipt for this first half of the
year. The total collection, ftu Marion
county will run bout 1 1 00,000 more
to put off to-day'a duty until to
morrow. If your stomach It
tho new aid to digestion comfort
today, A pleasant relief from
tho discomfort of acid-dyspepsia.
MADE BY SCOTT A BOWNE
MAKKKS OF SCOTTS EMULSION
i iii 1 1 r i ii mi ii iinrnii mmim hi
than ens year ajro.
The recruiting station for the army
has been established in Salem at 402
State street in the D'Arcy building,
adjoining the law offico of Judge D'
Arcy. l.ec C (ireenup will be ta
charge of the office. Thia may bo Of
special interest to the soldier who did
not get across yet would like to take
another chance. The war detriment
announces that all recruits will be
sent over seas to repluee the boyg com
ill' III inc.
The Fourth of July celebration In Sa
lem and the homecoming event under
the direction of tho War Mothers,
promises to bi a three day event, in
stead of two as at first plunncd. Altho
the plans are as yet rather indefinite,
it is thought that the celebration will
begin Thursday evening, July .'I, with
a reception to all army boys in Marion
sipiare. The Fourth, Friday, will bo
given to a parade of the boyg in uni
form in the morning and to tho gen
eral civic parade in tho afternoon und
something going on at. the armory in
the evening. For Saturday tho plans
are not ns yet definitely arranged, tout
it is nopcu io nave a 'iinse 'bull game on
Willamette field, and have a team here
that will give an interesting came.
The War Mothers are cooperating with
K. . duelling, director of tho Civie
department of the I'ommercial club.
Theodore Until is chairman of tho com
mittee on entertainment.
Congressman W. O. Hawlcy returned
yesterday from a trip to Kugoiio and
points on tho eoaat where ho has been
looking aftor public mutters that are
to eoiuo 'before congress at the next
term. He reports conditions very good
in tlio linos Hay country, there being
evidence of busine.-s activity every
where. 4'oos Hay i9 the one point on
the coast where ship contracts wi
not cancelled, and at tho present time
there are several wooden vetselg un
lor construction. While at Eugene Mr.
Hawlcy was kept busy with eoafor-
encis and addresses. One of the out
standing events of his stay was a ban
quel given by tho assembly of Ore
gon university, where he spoke on the
victory loan and the league of nations
Next week h leaves for Ashland and
other points iu southern Oregon, stop
ping only where there are public mat
ters to be considered, and incidentally
speaking for the victory loan. He finds
everywhere an enthusiastic support of
tho Koosevelt highway project. He
tween times ho is devoting himself to
the task of getting the isolated contin
gents of Oregou soldiers but of eastern
camps, making continuous u-o of both
telegraph and cable to get through the
cntitii"lenentH of red tape. Hu has as
aiirauce from headquarters that a group
of about 100 Oregon boys will soon bo
on their way home from the detention
camp at iiist Potomac l'ark.
All members of labor unions and all
who are interested in the problems of
capital and labor are invited to at
tend tho joint meeting of tho L. L. L
Ij. and representatives of Ha lem Cen
tral Labor council to be held in Hurst
hall tonight at H o'clock. This confer
ence is ono of a series, all looking to
ward a definite program of adjustment
and mediation between capital and lu
bor. A number of spenkera who have
'been closely in touch with the situation
and have made a study of labor it i f t i
cullies, will bo present and make brief
Iiussell Newman, perhaps the oldest
man in Idaho, und said to be the oldest
Oild Fellow in tho United States, is
dead nt Mitlvnle. He was born in Ken
lucky March 20, 1811.
Is Bargain Day at the
Special Notice! These prices are good for
Saturday only. Get the Habit of Trading
at the Remnant Store! "The Store With a
3 for 10c
t i new Duuno mine m
J At The Public Library
Our Fourth Annual
Opening And Reception
Now that the war clouds are scattered and the
national mood of depression is a thing of the past,
we again take pleasure in inviting you to an anni
versary of our Opening Reception that was held in
We want to give you a crisp, hot waffle and we
want you to see it cooked on an Electric Waffle
We want to show you the most modern Electric
Appliances that make up-to-date housekeeping a
pleasure instead of drudgery.
You may have seen many of these electrical de
vices but it is extremely likely that some of them will
be new to you and you will be interested in looking
Sonora concert in the afternoon. Vocal concert
in the evening.
i.- SALEM EECTRIC CO.
Masonic Vmple, Salem Phone 120U 1
Deals la Real Estate
DON'T FORGET THE REMNANT STORE SELLS FOR LESS
$1.50 French Serge Table Oil Cloth Satur- $1.25 to $1.35 Children's
Dress Goods. Special, day price play suits, Saturday
m$H9Yard, 35c Yard price' each
40 inches wide
23c Yard $2-98 Each 9ScJach
M inches wide 2 V2 Yards Ung $2.00 and $2.25 black
Crystal White Soap L .. . sateen underskirts, Sat-
Easter Millinery. Choice urday price
dC take 0f any iot, 20 Per Cent t1 in
Limit 5 cakes to the , pca J 1.45
TT. r. . , ru Just arrived a full line
S "?Jwi WhS 15c Children's Play of boys' wash suits
less- 9c 98c to $5.00 a Suit
For the Kiddies
3 pairs for
The Renmant Store
254 North Commercial St.
A. D. Thompson, Prop.
J. C. Will to L. J. Murdock, lot 2,
bluck 4, Capitol Park aililition.
V. A. I.cBnin to G. I). Kbucr, lots 4
and 9, block It, Jit. AiikvI.
Monti oiler to H. M. Kailelllf, lots
2(i and 27, lietou Fruit Fiirrnn.
C. 1), Kmich t0 K. O. lluflemill, lot 8,
block 9, I'liiriiiount Turk uilUition, Sa
F. w. Durbia to w. J. ratterson. west
half of lot 6, block 69: $3000. I
B. C. Sinalley to O. L. Nelson, lots 3 i
and 4, block 2. Alyerg addition, Balcm.
Kola NeU to Jacob Giusuian, lota 3
und 4, block 2(1, Gorvais.
U. U. Witzel to D. B. Simpson, 20'
acres m E. Kimscy claim 2703, 8 2 W.ji
Kinil Ktiippinj; to II. M-acRcn, 10
acres in W. H. 8tepliiMM cli.im 2,!(i, 7 2
J. K. I'eck to Mary K. HaRcr, lots 1,
2, 11 and 12, block .1, l'leasant Home
I. eruy Hewlett to W. H. Gibson, jmrt
of lots 5 and , block 2"i, I'nion addi
J. M. .Mishler to ianiel llersciiber
Ker, tract 7, Goudy (inidens.
II. H. Turdv to Grcijon Realty Kx-1-limine
& Investment Co., nrt of lots
3 and 4, block !H, Halem.
Eli Hcott to AIdionse 1'riedl, 17 acres
in section 21 8 1 E.
Wary E. Gondy to J. W. llerkey, 9.78
acres in J. l'lirvine claim t0 31 W.
Sunday, April 27, has been set ns
tho date for a joint celebration or Port
land people and valley residents of tho
blossoming of Hood Kivcr valley or
chards. The Klamath, an cr.-.erj;eencT fleet
corporation steamer built by tho Mc
Eai'hern company, returned to Astoria
.Monday after a successful sea trial trip
of 21 hours' duration.
i "The education of Henry Adams,"
Ian autobiography of the grandson and
tlie great grandson of presidents of the
I'. 8., who describes iu a most plc&sinx
manner his education for work iu the
world, received rather from men than
from schools. Incidentally he pictures
vividly tlio prominent men of his time
both in Washington and iu England
during the civil wnr and after.
"Ireland in the last fifty years," a
brief history beginning with lbOS by
''Vushka, my life as a peasant, offi
cer and exile," by tho commander of
tho Russian Women's Battalion of
Death, Maria Bntchkarevn.
"The war garden victorious" inter
esting reports of war gardens, illustra
ted with photographs und posters and
cartoons, prepared by the war garden
"Tho farmer, his own Tju;liVr,'' a
iruido book for tho construction of farm
buildings and conveniences, with espe
cial attention to concrcto work and car
pentry, by 11. A. Roberts.
"l'ig raising," a manual for P'g cuilis
by A. V. Nolan.
"Primer of parliamentary laws," a
more simple study than Robert's "Rules
of order' 'and one that suggests the ex
net wording of parliamentary practice,
prepared by J. T. Roberts.
"The field of social service" discus
sions of social problems and work py
those engaged iu tho work, compiled by
"A. B. C. of Belgian hare culture," a
practical pamphlet on raising and mar
keting the hare, by U. G. Conovor.
"Best short stories of 1918, and tho
Yearbook of the American short story.
"Sky pilot in No Man's Laud," -tf
Charles Gordon, better known as Biilh,
'Tho peace of Roaring River," a no
vel of the west bv G. G. Van Schaick.
7 REASONS WHY YOU
1 siNre Xl&tili Jii
30 DHOrs-STOPS rnt ir.n r
HALF THLf TOR CHILDREN
SHOULD USE O. H. P. DENTAL
Carbonato of Lime
1st Glycerine keeps cream soft.
2nd Castile, soap is purest cleanser.
3rd Carbonato of Lime is a tooth
4th Tiacture of Myrrh hardens gum
and tends to prevont Pyrrhoea.
oth Carbonate of Magnesia overcomes
acid mouth and prevents decay.
Bth Bicarbonate of Soda neutralizes
tho acids of the stomach.
7th It is pleasantlv flavored, mukinjf
its use a pleasure
Tho following prominent Bulein dcn
tists give it their endorsement:
For Salo By
OPERA HOUSE PHARMACY
We Predict a Higher Cost on many Leading Staples
Our Advice Is Buy Now
C & H Berry Sugar for cash only $9.50
SAGE TEA BEAUTIFIES
AND DARKENS HAIR
Don't Stay Gray! Sage Tea And
Su'pbur Darkens Hair So
Naturally That Nobody
Yon can turn irrav. faded Uair beau
tifully dark and lustron almoin .ier
night if you'll get a bottle of "Wt-
eth's Sgo and Sulphur Comround" at
any drug tore. Million of bottles of
this old famous Ragf Tea- Recip. im
proved by the adililioa of other ingre-
iliantd, are sold annuillv. savs a well
known druggist bore, because it dark-
len the hair so naturally and evenly
that no one- ran tell it has brea ap-
Those wtiose lair is turnine erar or
becoming faded kave a aurprise await-
I in them, he-u after one or two
lanplicitiont the gray hsir vanishm and
'our tnrk become lutiirianUy dark and
Tkia it th age of tonth. Gray-
ihairtl. unattractive fo'ls aren't irn
ed around, m get tt"r with Wyetn
ffe and R'ihnr Cixnpo-md tonight
"ad von 11 be rleliirhtcd witk Tour dark
r ..r Tiii-r .r-nr-iitfiia I kaitome hair aail ronr yanthful ap-
I marance witkia a few ixit.
Country Oub Milk. 15c per oz. .$175
LibbysMilk, 15c per oz. $1.75
Caro Syrup, No. 5 55c
Caro Syrup, No. 10 .-. $1.00
Golden Syrup, No. 5 . 70c
Golden Syrup, No. 10 $1.33
Crisco No. 1 1-2 50c
No. 3 $1.00
Crisco, No. 6 $2.00
No. d $2.75
Umeca Nut Butter 35c
Brown Nature Rice. :i for ... 25c
Japan type rice, 'I lbs. for 25c
Standard tomatoes, 15c per oz ..$1.75
Solid Pack Tomatoes, 20c per or $2.23
Standard Corn, 3 for 50c
Onarga Corn. 20c Der oz 8255
Fishers Blend, patent flour $353
White Flyer soap, 5 for 23c
Bob White soap, 4 for 25c
Extra Solid Head Lettuce 10c
Home Grown Radishes and Onions 5c
Selected Celery .20c
Extraordinary cauliflower 20c
Crisp green cabbage, lb 6c
Telephone Peas, lb 17 l-2c
Lemons, special, doz ..25c
Extra bananas, lb 12 l-2c and 15c
Florida grape fruit, each 15c
Calif, grape fruit, 4 and 5 for 25c
Extra oranges, doz 40c, 60c, 75c
Winesap apples, 4 for 25c
Extra Tillamook cheese, lb 45c
Wis. Cr. cheese, lb '...43c
Wis. Limburger cheese, lb 50c
Extra Quality Strawberries 25c per box
Hot Cross Buns for Easter
ROTH GROCERY COMPANY
THE SERVICE STORE"