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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY. APRIL 21. 1919.
DM FRUIT CO. AND
Local Concern and Trisco
firm Consolidate More
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The picture above is that of a complete electric sew
. Just see how compact it is, and how easily it can be
Can be set on any table, even the dining room table
as it has rubber "feet."
ou are not confined to one room to do your sewing.
You can even put one of these machines in your auto
and take it with you to your sewing circle.
For Sale Bv
Light & Power Co.
Loaned on Trial
W. E.Dragcr of the Prager Fruit com
pauy announces hiving associated his
company with the firm of Kosenbcrg
Bros. Co. of Sta Francisco. This eoiu
pan? is one of the largest dried fruit
Marker iu the l' nted States with head
quarters at ban. 1'rantco. re
garded as one of the oldest and iuot
substantial firms in the business.
Mr. Drager states that the business
will be continued t.s the Hragor Fruit
company and that his financial .'
ests as in the past, will be with (the
company, lie will continue as mauagui
of the Salem and other Oregon plants.
in the business deal, Kosenbcrg Bros.
4 Co. purchase the west aarr of block
19. University addition to Sulein, on
j Cottage street between Trade and
'Mill, on which the Drager packing plant
is located. The transfer for this one
plant was made for a consideration of
29.000, according to the deed filed to
day in the county recorder's office. The
ideal also include the Hrr.ger pluuts at
j Myrtle Creek und Kosebutg.
Only Oregon lubcls will be used in
; putting out Oregon products. Mr. Dra
!ger said today. With the connection of
the Drager plant and the larger inter
H'sts of Rosenberg Bros. & Co. the plant
I here in Salem will be fully equipped to
liHiidle a larger business and to push the
Oregon product: In many tni
deal will be 'for the benefit of the
rpune growers in this section of the vnl
ley, Mr. Urager Bays.
first California Units
91st Reach Sacramento
Sacramento, 'al., April 21. (tmted
1'iew.) The first units of the "figlit-
t There U no "cur"
" but relief it oltea
- brought Dy
ing Ninety First," Wild West division,
numbering 2,700 meu and officers, ar
rived here today.
They crossed the line into the (iohlen
Mule lust night, thelr trains arriving in
Snrmmeiitu at hiilf liuiir intervals af
ter this morning.
This city is In gala- dress in honor of
the soldiers, several hundred of whom
mo locul men. The downtown district
is fluttering with red, white and blue
bunting and greenery.
Seeranieuto is crowded with visitors,
thousands coming from all pints of the
slate to greet the men on arrival here
JOURNAL WANT ADS PA
Why Dentistry is Costly
"Its Human Costs
We have thought so far of the
money-cost of dentistry.
We shall now think of its human
A human cost Is a cost of human
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energy in worn, worry, xauguc, r
or pain. Dentistry is costly in this
sense, both for the dentist and the V
patient. 1 k..pake
1 The dentist who worlct alone, worVi Ion J (pini.i.p..kr)
liouri. IU can't go as often as he ought to, on
vacationi. He it always tfraid tome other dentist might steal
hit clients. He it hit own business manager. To the fatigue of
work is added business worry.
r- He U timid ind cautious. He It afraid to maVe experiments
and devise new and better methods of work. The slightest
wind may blow down bit liule tabernacle.
' The fear of losing trade It I heavy human cost It checks
the iree growth of his character and the expansion of hit cre
The denti?t wfio worfcs In a b'f nrgnlratlon fs free front
audi anxieties. The business he it affiliated with it stable and
secure. Hit income is guaranteed. He worka with an und is
tut bed mind, lie gets more rest
He workt in teamt with other dentists. Art and science)
flourish best in congenial company. Dentistt working together
encourage, instruct, praise and criticize one another.
They compete with one another in excellence of workman
sliip. But they are free from the pangt of tordid trade jeal
ousy. I think I have done a service to the profes
sion of dentistry and to the public by showing
how to organize dentistry on a nation-wide
scale. Under the E. R. Parker System the hu
man cost of dentistry has been reduced through
the co-operation of dentists. Up-
to-date dentistry is performed for
most reasonable prices.
Painless Parker Dentist
Corner Comniercinl and Plate St.
MORE PACIFIC COAST
War Department Announces
WuHliingtiion- , April 21. (United
1'ress) Transport sailings wero nu
uoiiccd todny by the war department
Transport Leviathan, Brest for New
York, due April 25, with the 117th snu-
itary train, less auibulaneo conipMilos
number loo, 106 and 107, for Camps
l)ix, Dodge, Meade, i'unstoii, Leo, Bow
ie, ('usler, Lewis and scattered; eom
ps nies 34oli, Nebraska; 6400, Oregon;
;ttli(i, Washington; forty casual officers;
Major tienenil tieorge V. Bead, com
manding 42nd division; Brigadier-lieu-eral
Douglas MiicArthur, commanding
Mlth infantry brigade; Major General
Siumiel U. Stuigis, and other troop units
fioiu the eust.
Transport A(uitiiniii, Brest for New
Vurk, duo April 24, with: .ttl'ith iiit'iiu
try, I'oniplete, for Camps Funsom, Vra
vis, Lewis, Kearny mid tirant.
Transport Krooulund, St. Nuzaire for
Newport News, with lUth infantry
field mid staff, heailipinrters First r.nd
Third battalions, medical detachment,
machine gun eompnny, companies F, U,
ii. I, J, I. and M for Camps Dit, Dodge,
Devens, Fiiiiston, I'pton, Lewis, Sher
man, Meade, Taylor, I'ike. Grant nd
Transport Western Hero. La I'alli-n
noehelle for Newport News, due Mnv 2
with rasual eompanv 51,", California;
medical detachment "for dutv; foil, ens
(By United 1'ress.)
Yesterday's winners: San Francisco.
2; Los Angeles, 2; ISalt Lake, Sacra
Home run honor roll: Wolter, Sen
ators. 2; Compton, liainiers; C'randall,
an Frnncisfo look both morning
and afternoon games from the Oaks.
Six out of seven games of the series
wa-s the Angels' average, when they
annexed both contests from the Tigers.
With the score 1 to 1 in the 8th
inning, the Senators trnmped the home
plato with five tallies and down Cly
nier's club 6 to 1.
Five hits and five runs in the eighth
inning contributed to the Bees' six to
three win hver the Beavers.
Denny Wilio of the Oaks shows to
anbe the real leader in Coast league
hitting with an average of AM. Sheo
ly and Koemer follow closely.
" Twenty-five thousand persons at
tended the morning and -afternoon
games in the bay district yesterday.
FOR CLUB All
Attempt to Tax Farm Loan
Bonds to Meet Opposition
Washington, April 21. (United
l're A new fiKht on tpe igncrnl
farm loi-.n board appears to be develop
ing. .Members of the board reported
today they had received "samples" of
" propaganda " seeking withnrawnl of
tax" exemption privileges for bunds of
the farm loan system. The fight against
the board promises to come to a eliinnx
with the re convening of congress.
Opponents of the tnx exemption for
fiirin lmi n bonds are advocating the
elimination of the privilege on the
grounds that "the government is los
ing thousands of dollars by not taxing
the bonds," according to Herbert
(juick, bnniil member.
Lynn, Mass. Some one charged To
lice Chief Derke a quarter for a tag.
lie didn't know for several hours that
h. had been wearing a "No beer, no
We are showing nothing but the highest grade shoes that can be bought
Every pair guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. We do not carry any shoes
that we cannot give full value for the money charged. Get your Hanan Shoes
now as they are to be higher the first of the month.
New PirniDS and Oxfords are corain in each dav in all
leathers and stvles.
New Patent Pumps and Oxfords arrived vesterda? at. . . .
Hanan Pumos and Oxfords while thev last o at
AO stvlojjngh shoes in everv width, black, white and
. .brown, botfhisth and low heels from $6.50 to..
Rubber heel dav each Wednesday. We out on rubber heels CJ fpntc
at half nrice. highest rade heels VXA&
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WITCH ELK BOOTS
BALL BAND BOOTS
FOX PARTY PUMPS
326 State St., Next To Ladd & Bush Bank
Illihee Golf Schedule Outlined
The first annual Faster breakfast giv
en at the Illihee Country club was at
tended by more than (Ml. TTe it re
garded as n most fr.vornblo start by
members of the club, considering tint
bad weather and the predictions 1
With the recent drive for members
und with 25 new members Jeu ibtl
the club the pant month, interest in the
club's affairs and in the playing of golf
is on the incrense. One of the affairs
promised fur this week is an Intur.rfal
dance at the club house Friday evening
und the opening of the golf tuui nauieut
next Sunday when the Watt Shipp
trophy will be played for.
The tournament committeo composed
of Wm. 11. Lerchen, chairman, Krcel
Kay, Kulph Jloores, Fred D. 'lhie.!i
and Arthur Keene has preporeo golf
toiirnuineiit beginning with next butt'
day and "with special trophies offered
for every Sunday up to September 2H
The tournament is as fo!Hii
April 27th Club match, Watt Bhipp
May Jth Kugene at Salem, Intel
Club niati h, Kugcno cup.
Mkt 1 lth Clancy cup hsndicop nicd
May l.Sth Mixed Fouisom, Hansel
Mnv 2'ith-' Director cup, qualifying
June 1st Directors cup. first elemi
'nut ion round.
I .lime Mil- Directors cup, second elimi
June Mill- Directors cup, third elimi
June 22nd- Directors cup, elimination
June 2!Hh Salem at Eugene, Intel
Club match, Kugeiie cup.
Julv th Dave Lyre ei.p, handicap
July 13th Ladies championship ami
tub championship qualifying round.
liardiner and Kecne cup.
July 2Htli As above first elimination.
July 27th As alnivc, second elimina
tion. August 3rd-As above, third climins-
August 10th Finals. N
August 17tlr?Eugeiie cup Unals, In
ter Club match.
August 24th Presidents cup qualify
August 31 President cup, first elim
Ceptembcr 7th Presidents cup, seo
September 14th Presidents cup third
September "1st Presidents cup, fi
mils. September 28th Bogy tournament.
N. T. STOCKS ADVANCE.
CONFERENCE ON PRICES OF
COAL, STEEL TO BE RESUMED
New Yoik Ootham'j exclusive ser
vant circles are reading today a news
paper ad offering .'000 a year, break
fast in bed and a limousine to a "lady
to assist in house work."
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Washington, April "f. (United
1'resi.) In compliance with President
Wilson's cabled request, conferences
between the industrial board and the
railroad administration over coal and
steel price reductions will be resumed
She railroad administration was to
be represented at a conference today
bv .ludie Robert S. Lovett and Henry
Wallers, but Lovett was taken ill and
it was necessaryto postpone the meet
New York, April 21. (United Press)
Practically the entire list moved to
a higher level at the stock market
opening today. Industrial and equip
ment issues were favorites. United
States Steel opened at 1)9 7-8, lip ;
General Motors 182, up 1 3-4; Amer
ican Beet Sugar, "7, up 3-8; Corn Prod
ucts 02 up ; American Locomotive
CBV,,. up ; Atlantic Gulw 13fiV4, up
IV,; Bethlehem Steel 'B" 70 7 8, up
Vi; Central Leather SOKj, up 1 1-2;
United Cigar Stores Ltd 3-4, up 1.
Chicago He's all blood; get doe
tor quick, yelled Police Sergeant
iFlynn. "It's all right," said Charles
Nelson. "The wife just bumped a bot
tle of ketchup off my head."
Chicago M. C. "Wade's (laughter,
Isabella, disuppeered. He offered a
reward ifor information as to the fam
ily ear, which went with her.
A news dispatch from Paris says it
has been decided that Helgoland shall
be dismantled and. so far at possible,
Don't Let Catarrh Drag
You into Consumption
Avoid Its Dangerous Stage,
There is a more serious stage of
Catarrh than the annoyance caused
by the atopped-up air passages, and
the hawking and spitting and other
The real danger comes from the
tendency of the disease to continue
ita course downward until the lungs
become affected, and then dreaded
consumption is en your rath. Your
own experience has taught you that
the disease cannot be cured by
and other local applications.
S. S. S. has proven mot satisfac
tory remedy for Catarrh because it
goes direct to Its source, and re
moves the germs of the disease fro
the blood. Get a bottle from yoi
druggist today, and begin the only
logical treatment that gives real re
sults. You can obtain special medical
advice without charge by writing to
Medical Director, 27 Swiff. labora
tory. Atlanta, Ga,
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