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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 24. 1919.
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LANG & COMPANY
: CITY NEWS :
Commissioiier Chas. A. Park left this
illuming 'for P.ugcne to attonil a hurti
estltural conference dealing with the
question of fruit quarantine.
Sheriff Oeo.vTliewU of Josephine
comity came in from (Irani Pass yes
terday with a prisoner consigned to
the penitentiary from hia territory.
Fruit Inspector Van Trump left this
morning for Kugoiie whero ho will ilo
aouie inspection for Hie botird of nor
All 8Tnt of Importance in tiff opera
tion! of the Northwest Product com
jimii.v, anil indirectly of importance to
th city, will be a eon vent ion of the
company's salesmen from all parts of
I ho I'uiteil Ntnle. These salesmen will
first meet in Olympia Wash., where
tliey will be in run Terence with repre
sentatives of the industry, and then
roum on to I'ortliind where they will
ha, iih'I by the head of tho Jocul es
tablishment. It la planned to take the
tourists for u. spin over the. Columbia
highway and then drive them to Nalcm
Wednesday. The eonvention will oc
cupy the bulnnee of tho week, begin
niuji with a meeting at the Commer
cial elub Wednesday night. While no
ilef nite program ha been made up,
the conference will pover every phase
of the gigantic industry. It hail been
arranged fur the Coiniiiereiii! club fo
put uii aume form uf entertainment for
Hie visitors on one evening of their
The old saying about telling one's
troubles to the police stiii holds good,
l'rsterday police headquarters was cull
ed on tu investigate some chickens
that were miming at large and to find
a fox terrier that had at rayed away
from home. Also to help in finding
boy that wua temporarily lost and to
arrest some bud bins who were break
A prominent citizen who is a- trifle
backward alaiut seeing his-name 111
print ravs nhat the beat way to liiitke
a fly swatter it to get a piece of wire
netting 6 by 6 inches, fold m the edge,
tack a small handlu to it and there
you have it. It is estimated that ev
cry fly swatted carefully in the spring
tune prevents about a million buzzing
around tin the full. The Commercial
club may possibly inaugurate a fly
swatting cnmpnigu as an auxiliary to
I lean. Up week in the city.
Owing to the illness of J. II. Baker,
the trip of Mr. and .Mrs. K. T.
llarues mid daughter Kulh. has been
post polled a few ilnvs. They were to
have started east last evening. Not
withstanding the general impression
that business conditions are tu be
flourishing for several years to come,
Mr, Dimes says that lie has not ehang
ed his mind about going out of the
mercantile business, and that his bus
iucss will bo sold shortly after tho nest
I mi mi iv invoice. With his wile and
daughter he expects to leavo for the
Hawaiian I slntnlH about this time next
year for a visit of several months dur
ing which time Mr. .Barnes will de
vote his time to 1otani.ing. Next fall
he expects to enter somo eastern uni
versity to take up the study of biolo-
THE NEWEST LASTS
THE HIGHEST GRADE
And the best known makes are what we are showing
Is all that any man can ask in a shoe. We carry every
width and last in all the leathers, the new Brown
Kid, Dark Brown Calf, Black Vici and Black Calf.
These shoes will be $12.00 until the first of the month.
We would advise all of our customers to get a pair
Irefore that date.
Rubber Heels put on Wednesday only for ONE
HALF price 23 c.
DUX BAX OIL
WITCH ELK BOOTS
BALL BAND BOOTS
FOX PARTY PUMPS
326 State St., Next To Ladd & Bush Bank
THE strong and vigorous man or
woman is envied by IcbS fortunate
humanity afflicted with aches, paini,
Infirmities and ailments. The autlerer
cays to himself, "If I could only be
cell, how happy I would be," for health
is mora essential to the joy of living
than is wealth.
The kidneys almost literally waih the
blood and keep it clesn and free from
Impurities. When the kidneys are out of
ordar, they tail to filter out thio wilts and poll
onoua nailer. It ramaina is th aystcm to cauas
backache, rheumatic paine, sots oiuedea sod
kelp tli aratem eliminate tliU eolioaout watte.
Tliey olh, alrentihen snd heal sore, weak
nd dlieaacd kidneya and bladder. Whan tho
lidnaya art worhml properly, appetite retuma.
r.-trenhind sleep la possible, sad health and
atfenjili some aiaia.
C. W. Smith, 1J0S No. th St.. balisa. Kae.,
wrltmt I ant very much pleaaed with Foley
Kidney Pitta. I am working, in a coal yard and
liwe been very much troubled with my hack.
I har takes aereral doaea ot Koley Kidney Pilla
and they have already haloed ma.
J. C. Terry's.
y and agronomy. Although lie will
llurnes mv, Salem will contiiiuo to be
W. E SlaW, generally kuown as
'Sluts," writes his Klk friends hero
that he hss arrived in New York city
and that ho will be scut to Camp Mills
tor inc present.
At the mustering out of she four Ba
li'"! companies of Oregon mianl 8at-
urdny evening at the armory, there will
be no drilling. Kach man is supposed
to appear in civiliun clothes, bringing
his uniform and equipment with him.
In this instance the captain of each
company will sign the discharge' pa
pers. The banks report today that small
subscriptions lor the fifth liberty loan
are coming in bettor than for tlie first
two days of the loan period. By a
small subscription is meant one for'fOO
With the tsartng down of the Skip
ton livery stable on Kerry street and
the building of a substantial brick
building on the site by II. I'oole I Non,
old timers call attention to tho fact
that the south side of Kerry street be
tween I.ibery and High was originally
known as Peppermint Flats." It was
the part of the city that furnished the
niuht nf the tlavs of about "II v.-nr.
ago, but it vanished in a cnnimiirn for
eity betterment about 13 years ago.
Rainfall In Salem Darin?
! March Comparadyeij
j light This Year.
! The Cliniatologica! Jats, issued by
I the weather bureau for Oregon has the
! following about March, 1919. west Tier
conditions: The average rainfall for
this part of the state was 6.71 inches
! while that for the eatra part of Ore
Sfon was 1.S4 inches. The rainfall ia
Salem for March was 4.54 inches,
i The wettest March in this part of the
state ainre lsHO was 411 the year 1SHJ4
'when the average was 12. Mi inches.
1 While iSalem had the 4.54 inches of
precipitation last mouth, other towns
,had the following: Dcadwood, on the
coast, 15. 7S inches; Corvallis 6.62 inr-h
es; Kugene 5.61 inches; ti rants Pass
-'-N2 inches: Marshfield 9.K2 inches;
Ivewport 10.82 inches; Portland 4.64
inches; Boseburg 4.50 inches; Toledo
on the eoaat 12.85 inches and Wallace
Orchard? 5.53 inches.
! la the niore arid sections of the state
it was pretty dry in March. Kor in
stance .Kio llermoso iu the Deschutes
watershed didn't have a drop of rain.
Baker had .Hit of au inch and Head
only .25 of au inch. Burns got .To of
an inch and Herniiston 2. IX inches. La
Orande got .St of an inch and The
, Dalles 1.11 inches.
When it comes to temperatures for
the month of March, the cliniatologicnl
data shows that tirauts Puss was the
warmest spot in the state. Il8 mean
maximum temperature was 00. 4 and
its mean 111 in nn 11 111 30.4. The coldest
spot in the stale was lit Lnkeview, the
county seat of Lake county. At that
place the mean maximum temperature
for March was DS degrees above and
the mean minimum IS degrees above.
It was warmer in Portland during
the month than in Mem. The Port
land mean maximum was 55.5 while
111 Salem it was 5H.5 degrees. The
mean minimum in Portlnud was 40. S
and the menu maximum in Salem for
March was a". 3 degrees above.
iiemenibei ing that the iilcm mean
maximum was 53.5 and th? mean mini
mum was 37.3 for roparison the tem
perature of other cities were as fol
lows: Astoria 53 and 41; Eugene 50.4
and 37; Medford 55.4 and .'17. ti; Ba
ker 47. H and S. 5. Hood Kiver was
eold with 4S.5 mean maximum for day
time and 32.8 at night.
Klamath Palls wuh much cooler than
Salem during the month as ita mean
maximum wus 48.5 and its mean mini
um 25.3 degrees. While La Ornnde
was warmer than Halem in the day time
with its mean maximum of 54.5 and
colder at night with a mctin minimum
of 31. fl degrees.
The Dulles hud warmer weather than
Salem as its mean maximum was 59
and its ineiin minimum 30. P, It was
also warmer in the day time at Pendle
ton during March than in Salem. In
.that cow 4oy city the mean maximum
was 58.3 and its mran minimum 34,
making the nights considerably cool
er. There was a little difference in the
Ashland and Salem temperature, as
while iSalem had a mean maximum of
53.5, Ashland had 50.4. And while
Snl em hnd a 111 on 11 minimum of 37.3,
Ashland had 33.1 degrees.
Dr. B. L. Steeves who la touring with
his wife and daughter in Aliibumn is
finding some pretty had roads down in
that gulf country. He wriU's friends
here that on his first day in thut state
he got stuck in a mud hole and it took
,t..Lnn. AlKn, .,.!. n.l
!$5.00 to get him out. The next day he
again got into a mud hole and this
time it only required two mules, two
Alubuuia darkeys and $2.00 to get him
clear. Otherwise, the driving is good.
He left New Orleans a few days ago
in his btudebaker and is heading east.
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I The "ulxlt" nun at the Balem post
office is struggling with several letters
I that eaunot be delivered for want of
information ami the fact that the par
I ties do no call for their mail. There
is a letter addressed to .Sergeant Al
! bert Piessler. or parents, Unlcm, Ore.
Two letters have been received from
i K. A. Kommers, forwarded here from
1 Falls (!ity. Private first class, Wm. A.
! Clark, medical department 6:lrd arlil
lery has two letters awaiting him here.
; He has failed to call and there is no
post office information ai to bis where
abouts. Three letters are awaiting Wal
;.. w. Wolnert. seaman of the IT. S.
KTVVT Was! ajrseai teArAaanil to Ufava'
'a. a.v A i.' F.tjnH " mi.
1 Ismnd ana lorwariled to Nilein. Koss
I Wood, waggoner, with tlie A. K. F.
also hss a letter waiting for him here
forwarded from Turner, hhould any one
I happen to know these men, informa
tion as to their addresses should be
left with the general delivery wimlow
of the Snlein postoffice.
W. M. Hamilton, local manager of
the Portland Usilway Light and Power
company will deliver a lecture next
Tuesday evening at the auditorium of
the high school on home lighting and
the proKr way to light a home. He
has been furnished 30 slides with which
to demonstrate what ran be don by
nmncr lijhtinff Alt arso im lni...,.i.. j
iia the subject are invited to attend. 1
Due to an error In shipping films in
Portland, the- Koiunucc of Tarzan was
not shown last evening at Ye Liberty
theatre. They were sent to Seattle in
stead of Salem. Mr. Bligh received a
telegram this morning stilting that the
1 1 lints would be here Friday. As they
were a day late in getting here, he has
decided to run the film four days- over
Sundnv. About 500 people were disap
pointed last evening in not seeing the
Komancc of Tarzan. Ihe film a con
tinuation of tho first Tarzaa picture and
is really a more interesting and excit
ing story than the first section.
They do say that give a dog a bad
mime mid the dog is up agntnst It, even
if he lives a respect 11 ble dog life. And
the same is true of a community. There
used to be a saying that ISalcui was a
little slow and there are people who
mav still believe it ami who mny be
hard to convince that Halem is the
comingest city in the state. To call
seeial attention to the fact that Sa
lem is going some, K. 11. Deckebach,
county chairman for the victory lib
erty lonn, tclcprnphcd the city chair
man of Portland B follows: "Salem
Buy Tires of Known Quality
The steady usefulness of your
car depends on good tires. Econ
omy depends on good tires. -
United States Tires are good
tires. That's why we handle them.
Take no chances with unknown
quality. Buy United States Tires,
for their proved dependability,
for their oft demonstrated
We can provide you with United
Mates lures to meet your needs
G. G. Quackenbush
United States Tires
are Good Tires
A. L Bones, Turner, Oregon.
C. G. Miller. Jefferson ftrwnn
Salem Vulcanizing Works, (W. M. Hughes) W. J. Pierscn & Son, Marion Oreg
We know United States Tires are GOOD Tires. That's why we sell them.
AND YOU WAKE UP WITH
BEAUTIFULLY CURLY HAIH
and Marion county met the govern- terday from France, having .pent two
uient s call the first day of the liberty jyears over seas with the 30th aerial . 5
LIBERTY BOND QUOTATIONS
loan campaign. We offer anv assist
nnce we may be able to render Port
land to maintain the honor of the old
state of Oregon. We also used to be a
little slow, but we have reformed."
Beal estate continues to move in Sa
lem. Tnis week W. H. Urnbenhorst
Co. report the sale of a quarter block
on Fir and Holmes street in which
Mrs. Minnie Hottingcr is the grantor
and P. W. Morred, of the Huberts
grocery, the grantee. The ' considera
tion was 1700. Also a house and lot
in Englcwood to M. M. Hansom, -who
is in the transfer business. The gran
to rin this sale was James Hemlick of
Albany and the consideration was '$1,1
Wlliam r. Wall, age 32, appeared be-
for Judge George G. Bingham and the
special examiner for citizenship yester-;
day at the court house and was sur- j
prised tu leuru that he could not oiiali-
fy as a citizen, although he had former-1
ly voted and his father had held office
as one of the Jefferson officials. II is J
father did not take out his citizenship
New York, April 24.-
were quoted as follows:
3Vs, 98.56, off .06; first 4's, 95.80;
second 4's, 93.32, up. 14; first 4V4 ',
. , 1 a.).8, up. u; second 454 'a, 93.40, up. 10;
A. A. Chisholm returned yesterday tliird 4V4 's, 9.5.08, off. 04; fourth 4ft 's,
f'om a short visit to Pan Francisco 93-"'' o -02-where
he wns called by the illness nf ' n . .
hi. brnthor in l.. I ,0por8e A- Davis, posing as a wound-
F n S , B 'Pd ar vc,,ran. h -ont'essed at Yak-
ve.i".,H.; . . ' irZ !T rcls,ered lma e s a deserter from the
yesterday at the Bligh hotel. United States army.
1 iituiers tinin Biier me Rce 01 21
This is a secret that will, 1 l.now, be this really left the son, Wiliam F. Wall
aprpeciatcd bv nir ladr who dislikes
the tedious and "nervous task of
twisting her lin ks around a heated
iron, perhaps singeing the hair, burn
ing off the ends, and blistering fing
ers or scalp in the operation. From any
druggist procure a few ounces of pure
liquid ailmcrine and at night pour a
little onto a clean tooth hrush and
draw this down the full length of the
hair. A simple thing to do. but re
markably effectual, as will be appar
ent in tlie morning.
The ha.ir will have a wonderfully
soft, Stuffy eurlino-a, much more nat
ural looking, glossier and livelier in
appearance than where a waving iron
ha Jeen used, fcilmcrine doesn't make
the hair sticky or greasy, and there
will be no trouble doing it i:p in any
style desired. Olgs Ormsbee.
u roreigner, as he came to this country
at the age of seven years. To correct
this condition he appeared yesterday.
But when it was found that he had not
voted since 1914, this served to disquali
fy him entirely for admission as a citi
zen yesterday. Hence he started all
over r.gain by filing his intention of be
coming hn American citizen. In two
vear's time he may appear for a final
examination an if he knows enough
about' the constitution of the United
states and enough about civil govern-'
meat, he will be granted citizenship pa
pers' and will be then privileged to vote
and serve on juries and exercise other
duties to which a real citizen is en-
0orge T. White, ton of Mr. and Mrs.
Jark White, arrived in Xew York ves-
Buy Your Victory Bonds of your Banker
And get your Shoes Repaired at 163 S. Commercial