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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, PRECOX. SATURDAY. APRIL 2S. 1019.
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I0R HIGH PUPiLS
j HAS NO EQUAL
WHEELCCK AND HAY
Fun on a wheel
TOURESn PARNELL and NEIL
The Jazzerof Jazz . -
Tunes All tomedy
A big new Vitagraph Feature
Washington School Physical
Ultcre Exhibition Big
i a'rous of me nauiugton junior
h-h school were privili-oed last nijht
jio witness a very pretty exhibition and
demonstration of the work being done
, tue pupils 111 the line of phtneal
I eiereies, under tbe diivrtiun of Miss
t Helen Philips, Miss C'onifred Hurd and
j Miss r.velya Jtrown. Included ia the
program were military drills, gymnas-
Itifs, (rallies and a variety of folk dane-
Ut. which tho young people carried out
111 a vprr graceful manner
The value of those exercises was at
once apparent to the spectators, as
was alw the evidence of careful train
ing on the part of the instructors. They
I nave been drilieil always with a view
i ti development of muscles grace of
' iiioveiiu nt and expansion of the lungs
Three periods a week have been de
j voted to this work, and they have been
iniako a pleasure to the children rather
ihan a task, the most atractive and en
I jovalde of the "stunts" being the folk
1 dances, which are accompanied by ap
propriate iiui-iir an I partake of the na
ture of pa-lime.
I At this tiicft in si. which was attend
ed bv a large number of the parents,
!a frc-h impetus whs (jiven the project
i of establishing separate physical train
I in nuns for the gra-le s hio!s. A
fur the Tiers allowed the Beavers nix1
hits, the Bengals winning 4 to U.
C puny It win mustered into the
national guard nt I ml, pcndci.ro Tui-s-l
i large nutnlier nf patron have nlreadv
j , expressed their approval of the plan
i nml are Tenth to vote extra funds for
i i the purpose. A. A. Leo and F. K.
,t ' Pcckebnch spoke .briefly in behalf of
lithe project, showing by figures that
..I the v,Vrk of physical training had
.,.., ui .... r.i, ;t i . I ti,n
; j present restricted equipment, tney aa
jvocalcd a thorough discussion of the
ft . subject with the taxpayers, se that if
Tj3 the project comes to a special election
' jthey will be ready to turn out nnd
; j vote on it. The belief was expressed
. that if the patrons nil realized tho
" "'X need and value of these additional in
I -t itut ionn there would be no trouble in
nrrviug through a levy sufficient for
the three 'buildings proposed, which
wVuhl (! -Jti the noiglilburhmoil of
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In dull rich shades that harmonize with your Spring
hangings and color schemes upholster these new
overstuffed davenports, chairs, and rockers that we
have just received. They will give the purchaser
the satisfaction that real comfort gives, as well as
the knowledge that he has the newest modes in fur
niture and also models that are in the best of taste.
Nothing renews the atmosphere of your home like completely new drap
Draperies that symbolize Spring in their freshness and
found in our line.
Patterns and colors suitable for every room are in our display and you
will surely find what you want here.
A New Line of Garden
Hose and Lawn
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Just arrived. The mowers are ball-bearing, self adjusting, with 14. 16 or 18
inch cuts. The hose are cotton, with rubber lining very durably made in 1-2
cr :;-4-inch sizes and 50 foot lengths. The makes that will give greatest satisfaction.
(By Vnited l'ress.)
Inquiries received .by JToud ltiver
Yesterday' winners: Hun l'ninciseo, sales aj!einbs indicate one of the most
Vernnn, Log Anijelea, Heattle.
Home runs: l'ioui(h, 8cnntor; I .a pan,
Anijclh', Meusel, Tixen.
MukiiiK a homer in the fomth inning,
Dill i'rouuh of the Vippera turned III
'ime over to the pietils utter the Henu
tors had them, five to (I. Iti'sides knock
inn I'roiiKh from the box, the Heals look
the irnine, fl to 5.
Aided bv Hpemer'a wild throw In the
first the Bees dropped another nunw
to the) A n uc Is, 10 to ft.
The liaiuiers look their Beeond Ki.ine
fiom the Oaks, 3 to -. A iiinlh inuinjr
rally by the Acorns failed to benefit I
I Ih-iii any, , I
Meusel 'a homo run in the fourth in-
ni ni was the. feature of the Vernon
Portland (fame. Wbeer.er Didl pitchinn , 1i"M
active at raw-berry mnrkels in year.
The annual session of the State Fed
eintion of Labor has Ihmmi etilled to
n t nt Hi'lliimlniin. Wn-h., on June
Spmyed with llipiid fire from nn ex
plodinu nutonioliile tank, even persons
were badly burned nt Taeomii Tuea-day.
'ottaui liove has been mdectctl a
hendiU!iiteis for seven locals of the
Loynl lrf'(ion vf l.ojiyers nnd Lumber
men. Ernest CI. Knlesoi former survey
Reneral of the tate of idnli.o was elect
ed mayor of lluise nt Tuesday', elec-
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HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUHI
Impressive Funeral Services
Held For Old Resident
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Mehiuna. Or.. April 2(1. The largest
funeral ever held in Fox Valley was
fliat of B. F. Berringer, Wednesdny aft
ernoon. Key. W. J. Warren of Ktuyton
Knve a short aernion, music by the
Mr. Hcrriiiiier was a memer of the
Masonic, Odd Fellows and Klks lodges,
the Masons and Odd Fellows were in
uniform and the beautiful Masonic rites
were given. The high esteem in which
Mr. lterriimer was held was shown in
the beautiful floral pieces which banked
the casket. Ho was a man of sterling
qualities, one who ninde hosts of friends
wherever he went, and his sudden death
is mourned by the whole community,
llnpt. Benjamin Franklin llerringer
was born in Pittsburg, l'a., April 25,
1873. When but a baby his parents
moved to Hulom, Or. His health being
poor there they moved to Meliama
where he grew to manhood. At the ago
of eighteen he went to !San Francisco
nnd started steamboating, working his
way from deekhnnd to master of the
boat, being with the same company 23
On October 14, 1913, he was married
to Mrs. Sara King of Kan Francisco nnd
soon after they moved to his farm at
If you have any Junk, Hides. Rubber,
Metal, Machinery or Old Autos or Farts
We pay highest cash prices nml guaiau
tee satisfaction to everyone.
Pon't make a mistake.
STEINBCCK JUNK AND
AUTO WRECKING CO.
326 N' COM'L ST.
Meiania, where they resided at the time
of his denth which occurred April 20,
ak Willnmette Sunitnrium, Hulem, nt the
ago of it yeurs, 11 mouths and 20 days.
Besides his wife and three stepsons,
tirrol, Howuril and Kussell King, he is
survived by his father, Frank Bcirin
ger; a sister, Mrs. Lizzie Winder, nnd
threo brothers, William and tiuylord of
Mchauia, nnd Albert of San Francisco.
Tho Scio Condensery 's represculativa
was in Mehama yesterday to re-establish
the cream route which they plan to
start May 1.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. W. Champ and daugh
ter, floldie, Munlcy Wone, Miss Benulnh
Bnlalrd and 1. 1). Waterman weie irtay
ton visitors yesterday.
Mrs. Klmer HinttTif Lyons has been
ill for some time witr rheumatism.
Tho two sons of Mrs. O. F. Berringer,
Errol nnd Howard King, arrived Wed
nesday from San Francisco.
(Capital Journal .Special Service.)
Auinsville, Or., April 2o. Alphonse
Kronberg of Mt, Angel spent the week
end at the Charles Hansom home re
cently. Mr. Kronberg has been in the
service and recently returned fiom over-
I I H. Jonsen nml fminli- ..r V.,. ........
vor. B. C, arrived Thursday in this city
and for the present will be a guest of
his brother, II. I Jensen, lie expects
to make this city his future mom, nnd
will be associated in business with his
brother and besides the blacksmith busi
ness they will conduct a general auto
mobile repnir shop.
llleu K. M tinkers, who has been visit
ing at the C. F. Hein home, will leave
for Nnn Francisco soon, where he will
engage iu the auto truck business. The
corporation of which Mr. Munkeis is a
member will handle the Aeimn truck
and have the agency for a huge portion
of the northwest. Mrs. Munkers will
join her husband Inter. I
An illustrated lecture wns given Tues
day eveninj nt the Cliri.st ii. n . lunch in
the interest of the Lonisu Kes. 'lie home
nf Portland. A large crowd ntlemle.ll
ami a liberal collection was received.
Mrs. A. 1. Spcr enioved a visit from
her brother, Lieut. 0. C. Buffe of the
loth cavalry division, who is home on
a fifteen-day furlough. He has been
stationed at Kan Antonio, Texas, tut ex
pects to receive discharge from Camp
irtw is soon.
C. F. Hein, who recently acquired the
Charles Kobinson property in this city.
is redecorating the interior and when
completed it will be occupied bv the
l C. Jspeor family.
The 100th anniversary of the I. 0. O.
F. lodge will be celebrated rT Mat or
ganization in this city Sntitrnirv crcn
ing. Rev. Mr. Wilson of Portland will
deliver an address and refreshments
will be served.
Mrs. A. P. Speer entertained the mem
bers of the Priscilla club at her home
Friday nflemoon. A social afternoon
was enjoved after which refreshments
were served by the hostess.
George C'laxton has returned from
oversens and is glad to be nt home
Will Doughty and Claire Brock arti
expected home soon. Pewey Service, ac
cording to' word received here by rela
tives, is with his lirother In tiresham.
Arba Martin is also soon expected home
and with tho many boys who have al
ready returned, Aumsville will soon be;
ready to give a gold "liome-comtng" j
party to her boys. Harold liansnw is I
still with the army of occupation in
Germany nnd tho date of his return is!
T(f e county treasurer of Chehulis has
issued a call for $200,000 school war
rants, the largest call for warrants
ever issued in tho county.
Spokane musicians have organized a
marching Hinnd of nearly 200 men to
give concerts and welcome returned
soldiers nnd sailors.
There is no "cure'1
but relief it often
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