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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY. MAY IS. 1910.
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f.SALAHitS OF SMEIi
The Biggest Event of the times Going On!
ig Monster Re-Adjustmen
Johnson $r Go:
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
Items of Special Interest
Men's Regular $40.00 Suits
Men's lightweight Summer un
derwear Shirts and Drawers
Extra Special, 48c
Men's Fine Lisle Hose 24c
Mien's Summer Weight
Underwear, $1.30 Values
Men's Blue and Grey
Striped work shirts, $1.25 values
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS
Military Collar attached. Priced
" 98c, $1.18, $1.48
$9.00 Men's Dress Shoes. Stand
ard Makes. Now.
$8.50 MEN'S DRESS SHOES
New Styles, Now
$7.00 MEN'S DRESS SHOES
A-l Styles, Now
$6 MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Solid Leather, Now
HATS EXTRA SPECIAL
$:i.00 to $1.50 Dress Hats. Colors
Grey, Blue, Brown
Men's regular $32.50 suits $24.35
Men's regular $27.50 suits $2035
Men's regular $22.50 suits $17.65
Men's regular $20 suits $14.85
Special lot of $18 suits $13.35
Regular $:?.00 $2.40
Regular -$:.50 $2.80
Regular $4.00". $3.20
Regular $4.50 $3.60
Regular $5.00 '. $4.00
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY'S BUSINESS WAS UNPARALLELED IN THE HISTORY OF OUR BUSI
NESS. HELP US TO MAKE SATURDAY THE BIGGEST IN OUR HISTORY
(Continued from Pairs 1.)
Condit Reviews History.
Mr. Condit presented a detuilcd his
t :ry of the church mid its work, to
gether with a list of tis charter mem
bers, i I a elders unci pastors, iie showed
II. A. Newell, D. D., 18HH -IS'.HI; Rev. l
II. (iwymio, 1StlO-lS!l'j Rev. A. L.
Huti-lun.ni, 1N9-18H0; Rev. William Kteel
I.SPli -1S!7; Rev. H. A. Ketchum, v. P.,
I M'17-UKM ; Rev. H. T. Hnlicock, J'JOj
l!t:l; Hev. Carl H. Klliott, lit 14 lit 13.
Those who have served as elders nf
the church or are now serving arc:
.lames 1!. Forsyth, James il. Martin,
John Jnttorson, John W. Crawford,
Jacob Voorhocs, J. II. Albert, C. C.
1). 1'urdv, 1'. II. Raymond, P. I'. June,
A. 0. Condit, Robert Rcid, P. A. Vifj-
Claire .1. Howe, J. N. Nkinfe, 1..
U. Ajlman, Robert ha km, W. A. Martin,
' t . r i i T 4.1 T I: ....
amount to foreign missions. It hud on -;'- ' " ";
larked and improved its buildi.. iron, ' "ft, v1" """; ' Iiowl"""' 1
t me to time, and was now upon its way o1'1 Ll,kl"' C''k;
toward n new and more modem struc-i
tore, lie noted a list of the young peo-j
p'e mIi,. had been brought up ia thej
church Hud hu-d gone out from it line
distini-the I liricliun work at home or I
abroad. Lastly he called attention tu'
t-ie w.iie flag upi'ii the church wall,!
:h'u ', i .jiit.iiiu d tU stars.
I'ouAing is a list of the pastors who!
K'rcd the church:
It. v. T. .1. Wilson, iml-MS'o: Rev.1
V. I!. Mcwurt. 1H7U-1H7."; Rev. 11. V.'
IV. k, 1S7.V1.S77; Rev. R. W. Hill, IH78
1 !; Rev. V. V. Kerry. 1XH1-IHM; Hev.
K .1. Thompson, 1. 1 lsSl Ivstf; Rev,
that during the fifty vcars the church alli"', J;, H; J?'"' ?' $
had enr. d upon its books more than ;S l"r' V (';,AJ ' A H,
tflu thousand members, its present mem-ber.-hip
being over tillv). In iis benevo
lent work it had contributed over 7t)00 ';'"'
to home missions and about the fame
(Ciipili.l Journal Special Service.)
StHvton, Or., May Hi. l'criy Hicsbin
of Knv Ynhv was in town on business
Mr. ta ti.l Mis. T. M. Baldwin, of Tort
hind, have returned home after a few
dnvs viit with Mrs. Ttuldwin's sister,
Mrs. Catherine Kramer.
Jus. h. S. liossell is visitilij his
V. V. Davie
Mrs. Aydelott, ta Forest
and wife, of Portland, i made to conform to the requirements
i here the first of tho 1 f the department. The plans will now
jbo forwarded to Washington to be sub-
Lieut. Ravnond Miller, Of San Fran-i '""V I " I ". . " , "
. . . ' "V reail of lllllinill in. IIS rv tn rm 1m
Cisco, a recent arrival from service with U:....i ..::..! i
l, army overseas v,..ted re ntes , ,p,i yM, r j, ,ufd
here several days. He let t Tuesday for h t w'.,h . ,
his home, accompanied by hrs uncle, P. t,lre ()f th(1 ,, ,, wi m ((,,av
M M linkers, who will visit relatives ia llllv wnv (, ,.riiim of ,0 tuiuiiug,.
( al.tornm for some time. TIio Valley t'acking company is .get-
lieu' Ciehlen was In Kaleni, Saturdaj, tinK much eiuoiirageiiKiit from the far
taking his oldest bov for an operation ,,.,, Many ro pledging themselves
for adenoids. to raise not onlv more but a better
Mr. and Mrs. K. 0. Siewiuund, accom- j Krnii,, (1f 10j,M, cattle nnd slie.-p. Wlien
panied by Laurence and Merta. motored (the Vallev Packing 'o. plant is in
to Astoria the first of the week, wheru , operation,' the rialeni public will hnvo
on Tuesday their sou, Nairn, was mar-'the wit isfavtion of konwinjf, that its
ried. The bride was an-old a-ccpiaintanco meat arc U, S. inspected and that
of the groom, and was formerly a sleup ' they are "prepared by a Halcm institii
grapher for the Haminond Lumber com- tion.
pany of Mill City and with the groom, 1 '
is in the employment of the snoie com-1 The anmiftl memorial day exercises
pany in the coast city. The many of the First Methodist church in the
friends and acquaintances of Mr. Blef-(,.;, v win ib,, held Sunday morning Mac
iniind hereabouts will wish for himself . .. , , , . . , '
... . . i . z.i nt U o clock. Tie pastor and offi-
and bride manv vears of happiness and, 1
prosperity. ' ''IU' cordiallv invite members of
Leo J. Hoi k, rural carrier on route 2, the !rnnd Army of the Ropubilf, .Son-'
has invested in real estate, having pur-jof Veterans, Spanish War Ve.rrvu,
i chased the Henry Wirth place, In tWhlicrs of the Inle war as jpcvini
jesl part of town. It llllS two and a me mvin also ui.'lhce.l
Ihc.lf acres of hind and will m.ike tlicl11"' Wi n'B Relief Corps and in.lios!
I Hock fimiilv n good home. Ho will take (( I;- R- t will he reserved for all ,
possession next month. ; orguiiiy(ini,nswno nouiy ine pastor on
J. C. Mayo has purchased the Frank ,1,nr "'ttion to be present. I
Mack property in the southwest part of I
Guy I'. Kenrns has received his dis
charge from th? nrmv and is now at
home. He was ir Alaska when p..-'i1
into the service and after a few weeks
in eastern Oregon limy return to that
Andy Cornish is here from Weed, Cal.,
for a visit with relatives. !
The May Festival fcivc-ii by the Re
bckfth Ini'iC assisted by !0 children,
Wednesdny evenin", was weil attended
and pronounced very entertaining by
those present. I
TEACHERS GIVEN S 1 0
BOOST BY DIHECTOKS i
School Board Gees Proposal;
To Increase Pay $5 Each'
Month "One Better". En-j
As anticipated, the matter of teach-!
era' R-ilnriM Vtt. th lirinriitnl itimi nf
jt'Hiness at the meeting of the school
, board last night. Like the ghost of
j t he immortal drama, it will not -down,'
'at least uutil it is piuued dona with i
si(luitantia 1 addiliou to the prcwut
, schedule. Prom a thorough canvass t.
the situation throughout the state, it
ftould appear that st-bwd boards aad
taxpayers ure couf ranted with the pum
;lem of meeting a connition rather than
questioa of ecoiiomic e.piity. Many
comparative figures have Wen oreaent-
icd at previous meetings by SiiK'nntend
lent Todd, and these have been suimle-
nwnted this week bv direct iiifiirninti.!
from other Other cities showing thatll
irauicai cnr.nges are being made in sal
ary schedules to meet new demands.
Hence, ISalem will be compelled to ad
vance in order to meet conietition for
' first class instructors.
The board had contemplated a possi
ble increase of a month throughont
.the corps, in addition to the increase
provided previously, but in the schedule
i dually adopted last night thev accept
ted an increase of $10. a month in the
j main, w ith scial increases for certain
cases where the teacher was doing extra
, work, or working under the scheome,
(thus eiuali.ing o far as possible the
j entire salary list of the corps. The in
creases may be classified as follows;
(Raises due on present schedule, $30?,"!;
(raises due on new schedule. $!JS.T; cases
iuui are oeiow schedule, $L'7.i; cases to
jke equalized, $8tiO; making a total of
j $13,445. Over against this aggregate
j increase in the budget there were fig
lures presented to show that fro., rari
Ous sources, including county and state
lamiropriationa and the income from
iKinith-llnuhes act, there would be avail
hollowing jH the revised schedule.
snowing the former and proposed sal
aries ror tho coming year:
Teachers nino months.
blomontnry grades $80 to $!0, $85
to!io, $90 to $100.
Jnion hi eh schools $!)() to $HK),'$!I5
to $1(1.1, $100 to 110
Senior high schools 100 to $110, $105
to $115, $111) to $120.
Principals 10 months.
Kleinentarv grades $100 to $110,
$105 to $115, $110 to $12(1..
Junior high with enrollment of 250
$115 to $i:i."i, $120 to $141), $125 to $1 15.
Junior high with enrollment less than
I'iM- $110 to $120, $115 tu $125, $120 to
' Supervisors of special subjects in
.grades ami junior hk'hv- Iflm) to $120,
$105 to $125, $110 to $130.
Heails of depiirtineuts in senior high
school $115 to $125, $120 to $1.10, Jau
There were a large number of applica
tions for s.-hu:!l position in the hands of
Huiieii.itendeiit Todd, but it was de
cided that action on these should be car
ried over to a special meeting to be call
ed some timo next week. Among other
items of business Secretr.ry Hurklmr.lt
was re elected.
Dr. K. H. Fisher, who has been
iharged with the matter of the proposed
new gymnasium buildings, presented pe
titions signed by more than WIO school
natrons and taxpayers, requesting that
the board take the necessary steps to
place the mutter of raising funds for the
For Saturday Only
Up to 45c Pair
3 Pairs for $1.09
A SHIRT WAIST BUY
$1.50 to $1.75 Values
Special for Saturday
10c LILLY SEED
4 for 25c
$4.98 to $6.00
'-50' MEN'S WORK
On Sale Saturday
On Sale Saturday
Sold at the Remnant
4 For 25c
Best price in 2 years
Salem's Largest Show
ing of White Dresses
For children is at the
WOOL DRESS GOODS
Odd lots of Laces Value
up to 8c yard
The Remnant Store
254 N. Commercial St., Salem, Ore.
of the physical exercises of the gradei
Rev. 1. ii. Lee, as spokesman, stated
that tho resolution had ben inspired by
complaint and criticisms of certain parents,-who
were of the opinion, uppu.-
eutlv, that tho little folk dances were
connected with daneea given by teae.h-
Lors of students. Further, lie had sug
gested -to the instructor in physical
training that less attention le given to
the folk dances in , the physical exer
cises, lie aunuiien rnui rue lame uniaw
the forerunners of the regular duiieci WM j t, f)i dunces as In not
among the senior pupils, wncu ipies- ri,tlia -dances , but niauitnliied that t
could not point to any 111()li01,a ,m.nnt nothing mow? tu the chit
i u'tt.iri. tlila wnu trim. . ., i
lien than any uincr iiiuociu nni.
tinned, Mr. I.i
specific instance where this was true.
but stated that it 1ms been reported that
teachers and older., students had been
known to utilize the victrola for In
furiuul dancing In the building, and la
their resolution they had embodied a
request that all dances in the school
buildings be forbidden, and also that it
ruling be made that the proposed gym
nasium buildings should nut be used for
While the resolution did not directly
oppose folk dances ia the school, the
ministers called attention to the fact
that many of the parents wein opposed
to them, and it wns Hiiggesled that a
rulinir be made wherebv a child coma
the new buildings before the voters vAl,? rxeuscd from such dances where a
the election in June, it being understood I mlvnt so desired.
tlit the total cost f said buildings Huperintendent Todd in commenting
sluill not be more tlian irlH.UHI). upon the request, stated emphatically
A little jolt of surprise wns Ihrownj .i... there had never been known un
into th" board bv a group of Niileni pas
tors who presented a resolution in oppo
sition to the system of folk dances
which have come tn be a prooiineitt pnrt
instance of actual dancing in the buil'l
that the board and tseulty had
encouraged or in any way been
Again, he noted that it win only in tli
lower grades that boys and girl" dance
together, la the more advanced era-dot
they were separated. Ho mildly ex
piesseil the opinion that some of ths
purents had been influenced ty rumors
anil had jumped at conclusions regard
ing dancing in the schools.
Jay Walking may b a thing of th
past noxt week. At tho last meeting
of the city council the ordinance) pro
hibiting Jaywalking was rsad for ths
first and nevnnd time and will com
up for final p&BMige next Monday ve
ning. The ordinance was introduced
by Mayor Albin oml is lively to xnvt.
It it docs, cutting eor.iers by pedes
trians in the d'.wn town district will
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
Watch Your Child's Tongue I
Constipated Children Gladly Take
"California Syrup of Figs"
For the Liver and Bowels
Hot Water for
Tells why everyone should drink
hot water with phosphate
in It before breakfast
very Time you
llendaehe of any kind, 'a caused bv
of rorvallis. is visiting her auto-intoximlien wtiieh means self-
poisoning. I.iver and bowel njoisons
; called toxins, sucked int ) the blood,
through the lymph ducts, excite the
heart which pumps the blood so fast
that it congests in the smader arteries
and veins of the head producing vio-1
lent, throbbing pain and distress, called:
headache. i'ou become rervous, ib'-!
l!n"!itor. Miss Hoia-c U!)v.
J!i Altn M'-vcrs wen first prire in
the mall snbsc-!'dion contest.
Dull, lifele?. eyes, colorless lips,
sallow, yellow cheeks, give a girl lit
tle chance fur a "man'' these days.
Dab I...... l...n.. I,,, nu. ll,.M;atna
..,, . "r ' "pondont, sick
liocsy iuoiiiiiain icn ncips 10 iiijic i ,
yon attractive and fair,
begin today. D. J. Fry.
Tell your druggist you
"California Syrup of Figs."
for babies and
children of all azes
who are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue
coated, or full of cold, are plainly printed on
the bottle. Look for the name "California"
ind accept no other "Fig Syrup." Beare!
SERIES OF FEDERAL
(Continued from page one)
feverish and miserable,
Don't delay iioaig sour a 101 nuno. nnuseuii'
' ! vnil Tlii.n Vftn r. ain't tn nielH n it li4a
asperin or the bromides which tempo-;
rarily relieve but do not rid the blood !
of these irritating toiins.
A glass of hot water with a teaspoon ,
ful o limestone phosphate in it drank i
I before breakfast for awl.ile, will not
I only wash these poisons frem your sys-1
tem and cure you of headache but will I
cleanse, p'irify and freshen the entire
Ask your pharmacist for a quarter
pound of limestone, phosphate. It is in
expensive, harmless as si:gr.
If you aren't feeing your best, if
tongue ia coated or yiti wake up with
bad taste, foul breath or have eolds,
indigestion, biliousness, con?tipaliou
or gour.l acid stomach, be;-in the phos
( approved by the fed-'ral authorities
Yesterday Messrs, fcteuloff and Cross
held an tl iky esion with Dr. E. '.
.loss of Washington, D. (.'., who is in
chargr of the 1'. K. bureau of animul
industrr fur the en! ire wesl. At Bis'phated hot water cure to rid your syr
suggestion, a few miner changes ncre tern of toiins and po;som.
You Add to the Pile
In the Attic
If you will sort over the entire contents of the barn or cellar or attic set to
one side all that you don't want and then call :!03, you will be surprised how
quickly the stuff you thought worthless is transformed into money.
We pay the highest cash price for all sorts of second hand goods and
If you want quick action on sale of a used car bring it to us. We either
buy outright or sell on commission. Used auto parts bought and sold.
bock JMiK an
:526 N. Commercial Street.
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