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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OBF.fiON. FRIDAY. M.VT Zl 1919
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You uo DStier Tor Less tfi UIKIl:
SALEM SAMPLE STOKE
SPECIAL VALUES THAT DMAND YOUR ATTENTION
141 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET
MEN'S WORK SHIRTS
Grey, Blue 75c. 85c
MEN'S BLUE BIB O'ALLS
Good weight and full cut, suspender or
high back $1.60. $1.75. $1.85
Jumpers to match same price, as O'alls
MEN'S KHAKI OVERALL
Suits medium and heavy weight, roomy
and comfortable $2.45. $2.69. $2.98 .
MEN'S SAMPLE GLOVES
Gauntlets, Wrist, Auto and Dress sty
les, almost any kind of glove you want
priced. 75c to $6.50
Suit Cases - $1.75 to $13.85
. MEN'S SUITS
Blues, Browns and Gray Mixtures
$17.50 to $22.00
BOYS' KNEE PANT
Suits. A good variety of styles to
choose frorn at $3.95 0 $8.45
MEN'S DRESS HATS
$1.75, $2.85 to $3.65
MEN'S EVERYDAY STRAW r
HATS, 10c to 33c
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS
Band styles, soft or laundered cuffs
75c to $1.95
MEN'S WORK SHOES
Blacks and Tan outing and Blucher
$1.98 to $5.85
The funeral services of Elmer W.
Miller eri'l be held Sunday morning at
10:3i o 'flock from the rhHl I'f Webb
(.'lough. Burial will In- in the City
View ecmeterv. His parents who had
been isiting in Illinois and oiluT points
in the centra! state, arrived home this
, There are rumors around town that
lour store is a .branch of another firm
of Salem, so we thought it would be
wise to inform von that we own this
i :ore. Kemp. I Working, owueis of
KVoYary Grocers :tS3 fou't street.
Today - Tomorrow
I The Jr.
Guild of St. Paul's church
a rocked food , sale at the
State street entrance of the Salem
J Hardware Co. (Nit. May 24.
j At the regular weekly session of the
lElka' lodu last evening the following
!were duly"initiated and are now in Hue
!for attendance at ladies' night at the
: lodge. next Monday cveuiug and Jo
'give the hailing sign when occasion re
quires: V. Connol Dyer, tiranville Al-
lemad, Binger Sefton, Johu Chening-
ton, M. J. Hunt. Otto X. Hoppcs, F. M.
MeNary, C. K. Russell. Robert Perlich,
!K. L. Palmer, ( has. F. l'ubst, H. L.
; Fischer, Frauk X. Beck, S. F. Scullnid
and O. A. Lansdon.
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Stattd meeting of De
Mulav onimaudiy Xo.
.", K. T. this evening.
Vi-iting Sir Knights
! fnil ITff5 an n-
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j ! ; SEAT WHEF.
C. J. Breier Co.
OR WE BOTH LOOSE
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I Big 5 piece orchestra, dance annovy
' Saturday m i j 1 1 1 .
Money in r a oo jw.
hone I'JUii Chenv City
Whether lady barbers shall be ad
mitted to the Barbers' I'nion or wheth
er they ahull not.Mvill be fought out
tit the international convention of bar
bers to meet at Buffalo next Septem
ber. T.M. Xewberry lias been elected
j as a delegate from the local lodge.
! Heretofore, the lady bubcrs have been
(knocking for ndmittance, but the oppo
Isition so far has been too wtiong and
ithey have not been officially reeog-
: by TUX CHArtWATK
OirKttt ki) PV01!A1X HAUhbti
Vhat cno v:omm
did to sa.v9 iho
man sh? loved
ion pubises. Moore, who is at the
ad of the Summer Lake salt produc
ing project, has filed on water enough
for the irrigation, of 14,000 acres bor
dering upon Ana river.
Superintendent Todd, of the city
schools, has recently received a eom-
More tbnu 200 deleiciiles nt ten do il the
cnslern Oregon stnte federated Sun
lay school convention lit Baker Tucg-dav.
We will pay lull value lor
liberty Bonds in trade.
PEOrLE'8 CASH BTOER
186-194 North Commercial St.
Salem Cigar Factory is now making
"l.a Corona '' and " Iit tie Salem " ei
gar exactly as they were ninde before
(the war. Smoking them reminds yon of
old times, If
Dr. Carl E. Miller has opened his
ilnntnl nl'i'iiM nt ill) oil U. ti. bank
Ibldg. Bhone 341. tf
Tarticnlar work for particu-
Auto delivery 1272 State St.
' Phone 1681 5-29
SALEM AUTO EADIATOE SHOP
Radiators, Fenders and Oas Tanks
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
All work guaranteed, 1!8 8. 12th W.
Salem, Oregon. B 12
W. T. RIODON ft CO
232 North High Street
WELCH ELEOTEIO CO.
S79 SUU St.
HhXILEX At his home, Too fcouth Sum
mer street, May :2, 191U, J, A. Keg
loo, at the-ago of 5'i years. He h.uU
been, in ill health for several months.
Ho. is survived byt a wiro and two
The funeral services will be held Sat
urday morning nt 10:30 o'clock from
the Kigdon vlinpel and will bo con
ducted by the Rev. George F, Holt of
the First Bnptict church. The body will
be taken to l'ortland tomorrow for cre
mation. Air. Meg leu was formerly em
ployed here in the cusket factory.
Good hall; good roads; good
ut QuerryV every Rat. night..
Big 5 piece orchestra, dance armory
W m. Neimeyer
HBEfflM I 'III
ICY HOT BOTTLES
tJIl)i;.NS At his home 541) North
Cottago street, May 1919,' Johu K
(liddens, at the age of 00 years.
The funeral services will be held Sat'
in-day nflon.Don ut - o'clock from the
Kigdon cluipil and will be conducted by
the Rev. II. N. Aldrichs of the Leslie
Methodist chuiilu Burial will be in the
odd Fellows ectiieferv.
There are several cases of influenza
ut Ferrydale and justt o help the situ
ation there, a call was made at Red
Cro.s houdi)uaitei for muses. This de
vested the fact that for general work,
no nurses are available excepting those
connected with tho service of the two
city hospitals. It seems that the high
prices offered for services in l'ortland
has attracted about nil tho nurses in
the city besides the professional and
others who were working during the epi
demic here are either otherwise engaged
or do not cure to go into the work
AU those interested m a proper ob
servance of memorial day are requester
to meet in the office of the city re-
I corner in tne city nan raturiiiiv even
ing, May L'4, ut o'clock. At this
time final arrangements will be made
for n iironci. observance tif thii ilnv.
W, II. Bynis is eli iii mint! of tho Grund abundauc
Army of the Republic committee.
AU members of Sedgwick Post, fi. A.
K., Kail other ex-soldiers are requested
to meet i.t the Salem armury Suailnj
morning at 10 o'clock. May H.l, to at
tend services ut the First Methodist
church, accepting the invitation of Dr.
R. N. Avisou. This order has been Is
sued from O. A. K. headquarters.
J. Stuart Blackton'g massive' mas-
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te.' production "Lite's oreatesi i roo-
lem," .by Anthony Paul Kelly, author
of "Tho Barrier'," stsrrinfr Mitchell
Lewis who pl.aved "' J'oUmiii in ine
Harrier," he. at Ve Liberty Sun
day and Monday.
"Be a sea1 soldier" is the appeal now
being made through posters to young
men who still have a liking tor military
service. The appeal is maite ny inc
marine corps which now offers a six
months terms of enlistment for those
who have already seen service, with a
sure trip over seas.
No vice or war in "Life's Oreatert
Problem" at Ve Liberty Sundny and
given the benefits of the lower' prices,
Mr. Remple, who has established the
No-Vary store, is here from Saskatchewan.-
He became interested in this val
ley first through his sale of loganberry
products. It is his intention to estab
lish a .market in Saskatchewan for pro
ducts of the valley as soon as he can
make satisfactory rate arrangements.
The funeral services of Ichabod F.
Hut, who died suddenly at his home
yesterday six miles east of tho city, will
be held .Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the chapel of Webb & ('lough. The
services will be conducted by Sedgwick
Post. (i. A. It., and burial will be in
the (1. A. R. circle in the City View
cemetery. He is survived by a brother,
Dr. Z. F.. Hurt, 8." years of nge and
who is living nt Phillipslmg, Kansas, a
niece, Mrs. V. R. Hicks of 1 nut la nil,
h niece. Mrs. Muud McMucks, and tt.
nephew, .1. C Burt of California.
The Salem War Mothers will hold
their regular weekly session Saturday
ufternoon at 3 o'clock at tho Commer
municution from tho Portland headciiar
ters of the War ComiiiTmity service, hav
ing in charge the work of looking after
the welfare of returned soldiers both at
home and in camp, stating that ther
would arrange to have a prominent
speaker and worker in this coimuimitv
in the early part of June to co-opcn.te
with the local committees in the matter
of welcoTning the returned soldiers and
looking after their welfare. In the crush
of other public activities in Salem this
, work has rather been placed in the
i background, but will be taken up more
vigorously next month.
':,"''u'"Mt Frank K.v,
of the 1-sitcJ
mi nn in v -.i ' 1
g TTHnj.mmwiirrn 1 1 v-
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A Nutritious Diet fo Jt
Quick Lunch; Ron a t
OTHERy v, imitat::-
DR. C. B. O'NEILL j
Optometrist Optician i
Complete Grinding Plant on the Premises j
Bush Bank Bldg.
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Big 5 piece orchestra, dance armory
Saturday niht. "
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George O. Brown, grand commander
of the grand coinmandciy of Oregon,
accompanied by M. L. Meyers, grand
senior warden of the gland coiumanuory
of Oregon, with other officiuis are pay
ing their official visit to the lodges in
1N.ii nn, ast niulit ami tins evenm.
v;(i, I.;, nffieinl family Mr. Brown
will visit Eugene Saturday evening.
Valley championship game 2 p. m. to
morrow W. I'. field, two undefeated
teams, Coi vallis Hi vs Salem Hi.
Corvallls Hi ts Salem Hi tomorrow
W. V. fiebl 2 . m. Two uuiletcatc'i
tennis decides valley fhanipioiiship.
P. 3. Kunti and Wm. H. Smith, coun
ts ..l,ool annerintendeiit, are visiting
today ut the Nalony school taking part
in the term's closing exercises. Mr.
Vmiih will ive diplomas to the two
graduates of the eighth grade Kussell
Smalley and F.lsie Welch.
Although the Odd Fellows and Re-
bekuhs weie liiven plenty to do and an
A group of farmers from the Ana
River district of Luke county arrived
in the city today nidi have been in con-1
ferenco with State Engineer Cupper
with regard to a contest with Jason C.
Moore, of l'ortland, over the appropria
tion of water in thrir district for irri-
that because our pr:. I
illvl are low, the qnaitj.
1 ---r"-; nnrmrawi!
AwanlMi GRAND PRIZE t Hit P. P. I. E.
i JTmt immmk. m m mm
r2T V 1
IT A .
a new suit fEEE if thty rip
If yout defter wppjy jmi, w will end them,
cWfw prepaid, oa iccripi of price, (1.60 eacb.
Levi StrauM & Co., San Francisco
our vulcamzmg yt;
same. At least do us::.;
justice of xax::.
some of our work i '
judge it on its istr .
alone. . j
Then we feel confident you will appreciated,
our prices are actually low, not merely apparcv j
COMMERCIAL VULCANIZING AND BUBS-
M PnrntPW.inl St. R. S. SpOOT, ;
ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT YU
Express Service at Freight Rata
Long Distance Hauling Only
Successor to Frank S. Ward
411 STATE STREET
Comrade! of Sedwick Post will turn
out ami tttteud the fuiierul of our lute
comrade, I. Hurl, from the undertak
ing parlor of Webb CIohkIi, iSiitur
duv, May 24, at 2 o'clock in the after
imoii. lnti'rment in the U. A. B. ciiele.
He hud been a member of the l'ost 101
30 years. I). Webster. Adjutant.
On of th raciest games of th ae-
n it scheduled for tomorrow afternoon
ut 2 o'clock, on the Willr.niette I'niver
it v . Krounda, when the talent Mult
vhool team will meet the team from
t'orvalli. Thcso are the only two teams
in the high school series ia the valley
that have mt been defeated and the in
dication!! are that it ill le a caw of
(Ircck meeting tireek, as Corvullis de
fentod Kutene by a trigger aiantin than
, did the SiiU'tn tim; and on the other
hand hiiletn defeated Albany bv a big
E''r acore tlian did Corva'lia. Tha talem
line mi U not as vet definitely decided.
McKittrii k, of Willamette, will umpire.
The winner of this B.".nu will b u iut
for contest with the champion team
from the 1'orllaiid bii;h whQuls in the
final name ta lw plaved late in June.
Hiirlt.w.t niiiti.-it uricn iifliit fur lnenn-1
. ,i...i n ...,..., - . - , - -
or eiiieriaiiiu.iii. '"' berries. Kiivnl Anne cherniv. rut i:if'
week of the grand encmHimient, yet , h.-rri, atraw berries, jjoeseberi ics and :
iiite n number were still willing to ' ltai- lot t pears. j
jov a little more fun and congregated Phone 717
nt the Commercial club lust evening aft- We furnish boxes nnd ithIch. i
er the session nt the Hull of Kepresentu i MANGIS EROS '
tativea. The Commercial club reading .-jj sta,( st- Snlein," tre.
rooms were thrown open as usual and' 5 24;
thus.- who enjoy pool or lulliiinls were ,
uiven the tables and while those Who
were brought up to enjoy dancing were
given the use of the anditoi iuiii, with
the Yictrola furnishing the music. In
fact during the entite week, the facili
ties of the Commercial club i i every re
spect were given to the visitors.
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i L.M.HUM I!
The No-Vary grocera at 383 Court
street are offering special lmrgnins in
the gnvery line. They have purchased
n stock that had just opened for busi
ness in the suburbs of the tit .v. The
ow ner had found the suburbs not exactly
adopted to business and sold out to tlie
No-Varv grocers at a low figure and
the advantage of this purchase will be
lipH'imOWHl"'1 1 1111 mmmmm'2 g fcaat""
gtwvn-ups los e
Vv hent and hur
ley' food -
It LmilcL"; boJy
Yick So Tong
Chinese Jlcaiflno nnd Tea O.
Has medicine which will cure any
Open Smidnvs from 10 A. M.
nntil 8 P. M.
1.V1 South High St.
Ouoi,l uoIt.u() 'iii.e.j
Paints and Varnishes.
K. W. BALLANTTNE
With derrineton Piano lluuse,
Court St., Salem, Oregon
KALSOMINE at our
11c per pound.
Our motto is "&en i
WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON,
"A Home Away from Home."
Strict I Modern 1 IVr r
lilO Rooms of Solid C""f.rt
Only Hotel in B isiihm Iitrict.
rail ft MTU CRIfH
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West Salem 414
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS