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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. MAY 14. IMP.
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Camels meet your fondest cigarette fancies
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and refreshing; and, they permit you to
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You'll find Camels good all the way
through. It is a fact,' you'll prefer Camels
expert blend of choice Turkish and choice
Domestic tobaccos to either kind of tobacco
smoked straight! And, Camels may be
smoked liberally without tiring your taste.
To know Camels best compare them in
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Cmol ar 90 Id wr wwhoro in ci'n
tificmllr sraM package; or ton pack
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ppr-coYrd carton. Wo ttrongiy
ficomimnrf thim carton for thm homo
or orlico tuppty or whan you trovmL
R. J, REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Businessmen Discuss Means
of Reducing Insurance Rate
and Increasing Protection
Why the business man, should bo its Insurance, rates, as they are bused on
obliged to pay higher insurance, ratcaitlic entire I'nited btntcg aud nut tin the
ok with tho efficient fire department record niude. in Salem or the stute of
and tho passing of tho kerosene mki! Oregon.
thr.n he did several years ago when thoj hi p. pHtton said his rates had been
city had only a hand pump fire ouRine, j Kradunlly KoiuR higher with ovoij nu
ll ii little mure than tlio average bu-j provonient for safety that ho made.
Bess ran figure out. . ' Koy B. Wise, manager of the Cherry
At tho meeting held last evening of city Baking company said his rates had
the Business Men's longae of the Com-; ,,,cn irradimllv advnncinz within the
mereial club Harvey Wells, state insur-1 ,(aat two yews, although the building
nee commissioner, spoko on tho insur- WU9 PXuctl'y tho samo as two years ago
anee problem. He said tho business lul(i -t,t.ro had been no increased fire
wen should have lower rates in Sulem ' hazard.
and suggested thnt one of the quiCM-.ii (; s HanliIton n(,kc(i Commissioner'
ways to be assured of lower rates would i Wo)s if thc SuU,m firt, a,,,)l;r,lni.nt wa3
o io iiiBinii a.n.iuuHu. in u am.... iu to standard, such as would give the
nil to provide the fire department witb , (.ity a ,(1W rttmg Mr Wulls di(ln,
mam huh iiiuuer . p .T ' k,,ow- When told tin the firo depart-
kardlo fires on tho third and fourth
ment had 11 men, he said tho depart-
iioors 0r business uiocks. ,, .. mnn.i
Dan J. Fiy, who said ho had been aj , ., ...
Wines man here for a.', years, couldn 't I t0, th ,1,,,,"m vMh"' n1' C,om"
understand why, with the improved fire.:1'"'' 'l'"1 th f",e .r.a";, for h"k'm'
...-......,.. i.'....,:. i .,..:., .i, I Commissioner clls said all were prae-
a l' efficient fire doi.nrtm'ont. insur-! tie,,llv tho . C' 1'ami,t,m
nr r;.tes had been gradually increas
ing, especially since Salem had had no
disastrous fires in 30 years, except the
,'ominisionor Wells explained that a
eood fire record of a city does not lower
! gosted thnt the state of Oregon might
go into the insurance business for itself,
as it was shown that the state was as
sessed high to help pay losses in other
parts, of thc country. Mr. Wells replied j
that state insurance was not a success
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and referred to the experiences of Wis
consin, where he said the state was in
debt in its insurance department.
As to condition's in Sr.lein, Commis
sioner Wells said: "Our inspuLiS
went through the city. Conditions are
bad riht iu the heart of the business
district. On one floor was seen a stove
with the wood charred all aruimd it. Iu
In another location iu the center of the
business district was piled up rubbish,
such as could .easily be lighted from a
cigarette, in another gasoline wi.s
stored aiound loose. Salem hns no ordi
nance that will compel the business men
right in the heart of the business dis
trict to keep the alleys clean."
It developed that a city is inspected
by the state iiisurunco department only
ou request. That is, if r-alein wann io
know whether it is getting the right
rate and whether lux conditions prevail,
it must request the slate department of
insurance for inspectors. I
Mr. Wells resented the insinuation
thut he wus appearing :u caii ui mu
insurance companies, lie said he was
just stating conditions us they aro and
that he wus more than willing to help
the situation in fcSalem und aid in get
ting lower rates. "It is not my duty to
inspect cities unless asked,' declared
W. H. bnncy suid: "We have a good
firo department, but not enough. We
need another pumping engine. If any
thing should happen to the pump, we
would be up against it. If the Spuuld
ing mill should get ou fire not a fire
man could get within a block of it if
the wind was blowing strong from the
west. Wo need a hook and ladder truck
like Corvallis. "
On motion of Mr. linney, Director E.
II. Cnoute r.ppoiueed a committee con
sist in" of H. W. Mevers, I). J. Fry and
W. H. Dnncy to bring the matter of
more fire equipment before the city
Win. (inhldorf said that he knew or
an alley in the business part of tho city
that was a regular fire trap, with ex
celsior, straw and puper stacked up, al
most inviting a fire.
Mr. Wells suggested thnt nn ordi
nance be passed whereby the fire fle
partinent would keep ono man busy in
specting th? city and requiring owners
and tnnnrit tn keep wemncq in good
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Smart Footwear for Summer
Our showing of footwear for Summer, 1919, opens up to the women and young
women of this city a vista of unexcelled values commanding styles in shoes
of proved excellence, headed by the incomparable line of K & K Pumps and
Oxfords. "They fit the Arch". Every model is a work of excellence. Every
pump or oxford is a real creation, representing the height of the bootmaker's
art. The fitting is superior, glovelike and satisfactory.
Our. Summer style displays 'are lovely to see-r-won't
you consider this YOUR invitation to call?
REPAIRING r -Vi
WELL -HOME OF QUAUTY'
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Blind School Pupils Give
Eatertainnect la High
School Auditarkn Tczit
The putlic is invited to attend the
entertainment to be civen this evening
by the pupils of the Oregon State tvheol
for the Blind in the high arhool anoi
t or in in this evening kegannii g nt 8
o'clock. These entertainments ato giv
The progn-.m is as follows:
Tart Song " Phoebus' Bamliy
Piano "Danso Caprice" u.m.
Piano " Jovous Wanderer' Jensen
Songs (a) 'Topsv Turvv. Martin
(b) "The Tassing Stddiers"..Connew
Piano "Narcissus" ?Tevtn
Piano "Sonata Pathctique, Tlrat
Movement ' ' Beethoven
Songs (a I "Springtide" Greene
(b) "The Pawn" d'Hardelot
(c) "Burst, Ye Apple Buds "..Emery
Piano PuoU" Nocturne and Wedding,
Jennings Latimer and Buell Field.
l'art Song "A Song of the Sa"
"WHO IS WHOt or ALL IX A FOG"
Cast of Characters.
Mr. Simnuinides Swanhopper, a model
young bachelor Wendell wetni
Lawrence Lnvander, a valet from
Mrvfair Walter Norby
Mr. Bloomfield Brambleton, a country
gentleman Marion anns
Cicely, Brambleton 's daughter
Miss Francos Tone
Matilda Jane, a superior housemaid
Miss Veda Kiugdon
Monmouth's Third "Flu"
Epidemic Nearly Wiped Out
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Monmouth, Or., May 13 Monmouth's
third flue epidemic proniisis to bo end
ed very soon. Dean Todd reports thut
of the forty thre cases that waj cared
for at the doruiatory, only two aro not
fully recovered. These are normal, how
ever, and will doubtless be out in a day
or two. All cases reported were miid
again this time as before, but seemed
peculiarly contagious, la several in
stances whole families were down with
it so it was necessary to secure out
side help. The local Ked Cross provided
cooked food and other necessities ..
afflicted families during this time, of
need. Professor lientle. Airs. -Htroin-baugh,
Miss Lewis nod Miss Bruinborg
were among the normal people who woi
ill. Three nurses were employed at the
doruiatory but were dismissed several
days ago. From present Indications the
wavo has passed r.s thcro havo been nu
new cases for over a week. It is very
probable that all Schools will open next
Monday morning. Monmouth has not
had a single death from influenza.
SPRING VALLEY NOTES
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Spring Valley, Or., May It Mr. and
Mrs. Francis McKinlny returned Friday
from Portland, where they spent tne
past week. While there Mr. McKinlny
underwent nn operation for the removal
of his tonsils.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. Crawford and
W. N. Crawford attended the home-emu-ing
banquet of tho W. 0. W. at Balem
School will close next Friday, Mny
10. Tho children and teacher, Miss Klsie
Taylor, have prepared au excellent pro
gram for that evening, commencing at
8:30 o'clock. A eordiivl invitation is
extended to nil
Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Crawford were Sa-
We have an assortment of Boys and Youth's
SUPERIORALLS a complete one-piece garment,
made to cover you all up when you have chores to do.
When your father says "John, please go and look the
car over and fill the grease cups," you will have a gar
ment that will keep you clean all over.
If you like to fish there is no more comfortable
garment to be bought, or to go camping, why spoil
your clothes when you can have complete protection at
so little cost, and save your clothes.
They are extra heavily reinforced and triple stitched through
out, safety pockets on the "right and left breast.
The front pockets are made of extra heavy material and are
deep, insuring against loss. The two back pockets are cut deep, full
and roomy. This garment is made like all of Bishop's clothes--they
can't be beat at any price.
"When You Think Clothes, Think Bishop"
We have clothes of all kinds for all the boys, in Youths, Boys,
Young Men, and Men. Why do with an inferior grade of clothes
when you can get the best made at moderate prices at Bishops?
That is a question we wish you to think about. Give it real
thought. "Every time you spend money without a suitable return, you
are doing yourself and others an injustice."
. After you have really gone into this matter and given it the real
thought that it should have then come in to the Salem Woolen Mills
Store and let us show you the best line of goods that can be bought,
at a price that you can afford to pay.
Our volume of buying, and having bought last fall, gives us a low
price, and you know you are getting quality merchandise, the only
kind that Bishop sells.
Every family in Polk and Marica Counties a Pair
W oolen Mills
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condition along the lines followed by
To bring this matter before the city
council, whereby any one muy be fined
for permitting tri-.nh to accumiilnto or
'nermitting anything that increases the
fire hazard, Director E. II. Choalu ap
pointed a committee consisting of Wm.
Guhldorf, Roy K. W ise and C. H. Hamil
ton to confer with the city council and
In the discussion it was stated thai
it would cOst tho city probably '-'-m'
or :i(M)0 to establish proper firo alarm
boxes, but thnt it might savo the city
$10,000 or more on insurance premiums.
To get a lower rating, Commissioner
Wells snid that the city must pnt Iu
modern fire alarm box system and pro
vide the fire department with ladders
by which it could easily handle fires on
tho third nnd fourth floors. Mr. Wells
complimented Corvullis, sr.ying that for
iti aize, it had the most complete fire
department of any city in the ("nited
Htntes. Hn also said that after Heppner
partinlly burned up, it installed a mod
ern firo department and thnt nftcr inc
big fire at Murslifield a short time ago.
the citv council there got busy and
brought its fire department up to date.
lem visitors Saturday, Mrs. Crawlord
oiinuiilfi lift wl th he vdivsicinn at tho
same time, as her health is quite poor.
Frank Crawford expects to go io uie
Salem hospital in a few dnys wrc lie
will be operr.ted on for apendicitls.
Mr. and Mrs. Kamuol i'hillips nnd
Miss Mary I'hillips, of Salem, were at
J. I. Miller and family of West Sa
lorn and K. P. Wells and family of 8a-li-ui
visited Kunduy at W. II. Crnw
S. II. Barker had about twenty tons
of liav haled Tntsdny, the Crawford
I boys lining the work.
I Mrs. James Vincent and baby of fa
leiu are recent guests at tho homo of her
I father, W. S. Catton.
I Muis Lthyl Bob a spent Sunday at her
In nrlli Snrini a lev.
Vivian Cochrane has rv new Ford.
Miss Daisy Cochrane, who is going to
school in Salem, returned home with
her father Saturday evening to spend
Deals In Real Estate
No. 2, 2."00.
.Catherine Hatch to P. 0. Sanders,
lots 1") and Miller Acres.
W. A. Wise to Maud o.lhnion, W
half of lot H, Wise Acres.
tieo. Woll'er to Henrietta Woit'er, 5.H
acre in C. Hubbard claim No. "0, i 1
A. K. Mitchell to Monroe Knits,
tract oiix 100 at SK corner IHth aud
Court, streets; tLTiOO.
Lucy Harvey to Flora Daniel, 48
neres ia section 3 10 W.
( has. M. Philips to Cora M. 1'helps,
lot II nnd N half of lots 4, 1.1 and l'l,
block 25, SeoHs Mills.
tieo. N'orri to F. W. Jhnhin, lots
10, II, 12 Sunny Side Fruit farm No.
2, consisting of 111. (Mi acres.
11. S. liadelit'f to T. 8. f 'olden,
lols 2d aud 27, lreton Fruit farm.
Inst fall and stopped off in Mjiimouth
to visit relatives. They liked the loohn
of things" hero so well thai tJiev de
cided not to go any farther. Mr. Toiii
ber returned to St. Paul to finish up
some business mutters and I lie family
rented a house and spent tho winter
here. Recently Mr, I'ember returned fo
Monmouth this time to remain and be
come a. permanent resident. He ui I
engc.ge in the real eslate business here.
Mrs. l'einber is a sister of Mrs. A. J.
Haley. The Itowersox residence Is omj
nf the finest in town. Dr. howcrwT
nil) rent a house for a time but has not
made definle plans for the future.
St. Paul Stock Broker Buys
Residence At Monmouth
Rate Increase Asked By
Road Hits Oregon Mills
Washington, May 14. Increases in
rates on lumber and lumber products to
day were asked of the interstuto com
merce commission by the Great !Corr
ern and Northern Pacific railroads.
Specially, the increases aro proposeil
to apply on shipments from Oregon,
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tl'npitcl Journal Speciul Service.)
Monmouth, Or., May 14. J. Wt I'erfl
bcr, a St. Paul, Minnesota, stock broker.
has bought the residence property of Dr,
F. It. Itowersox. Mr. I'ember, with hi
family, were on ,heir wy to California) Jjyy N SALEM ALWAYS
Be Better Looking Take
If your akin i yellow complexion pallid
tongue coated appetite poor you have
a bed U3te in your mouth a lazy, no-good
fetiinj; you should take Olive Tablets.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets a substitute
forca! irr.el were prepared by Dr. Edward
after 17 years of study with his patients.
Dr. Edwards'Olive Tablets are a purely
vegetable compound mixed with olive oil.
You .ill know them by their olive color.
To have a dear, pink skin, bright eyes,
no pimple a feeling of buoyancy like
childhood days you must get at the cause.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act on the
liver and bowels like calomel yet bave
no dangerous after effects. -..
They start the bile and overcome const!
ration. That's why millions of boxes ars
sold annually at 10c and 25c per boa. All
drugpists. Take one or two nightly arid
note the pleasing remits.
Maria Tnglrretson to Aug. Woellie,
l.'.llj acres in sections lit and 21, 6-1
l,eon Den Merger to Tj. Nt. Childs,
lt :t, block 'I, Capitn! I'nrk addition,
Maggie K. Trwin et al, to Solomon
Wordea, lot 4, block 11, :!l(K).
Henry TauV to Andrew Mntlsont lot
.1, block 2(, Hnlem.
Abncr Lewis to (Ico. Dozlcr, SO acres
in i. II. Walker claim, 8 1 W. Also
UK) acres in Duff Kinney claim, sec
tion 7 H I W.
Harriet Hchaum to 0. R. Hammond,
lot II, block 4, Depot addition, W75.
C. A. Lvtle to W. J. Dermody,
part of lots"4 and ", block M. 3'HiO.
W. II. N'nrris to Monna Wow.lowxki
part of lots 11 and 12, yh Hill addi
.1. W. F.rkleberry to H. K. Deters,
lot 2, block "11, River View Dark addi
Oregon ft California Land Co. to
Margnret Hclmfer, lols 2, 3, 4, bick
.1H. (icrvnis, 2to.
Frank F.nr. to Den Hooch, lots 1, 2. 3,
10. 11, 12, block 3. Mt. Angel, 2lit0.
R. . Glover to Vera Krickey, lots
1 and ", and subdivision of lot 19,
Kwald Fruit farm.
Anna B. Hofer to O. It. Allm, lots
." fi, 7, 1, 9, flrnbennorst Fruit fnrm
smooth as glass
The surface of any spindle shows rough
through thc microscope. But the pow
dered mica in Mica Axle Grease fills up this
roughness and makes spindles smooth as
glass. Then the grease works better and
lasts twice as long. No hot boxes. Ask
your dealer. Buy by the pail.
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