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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1919)
THE DAIT.V PAPTTAT TATTTTT mrm,
iuwoi.-vu, ukullm, j KID AY, JUNE 27. 1919.
These Prices are for Every Day
in me weeic:
. itWe owe our success to the fact that we have always stood for the bet
m the meat line at the lowest prices.- -
We have no "Bargain Counter Meats'. These prices are for the choicest
KETRIN THCITY NT C0NNECTED mm ANY OTHER MAR.
n So long as the people of Salem suppport us they need not fear a "High
Price combine." 6
Ask any visitor or newcomer the meat prices in their home town. "There's
a reason," they have no Midget Market
It is to your benefit as well as ours to give us your patronage.
Tender juicy steaks, round, loin
and T-bone, per pound ..... .20c
Prime roasts of beef lb...... 18c
Pot roast of beef, lb 15c
Best boiling beef lb 12 l-2c
- PORK PORK PORK
Leg of pork, .whole or half, lb .......30c
MILK FED VEAL
Vreal stew, per lb 13c
Roast of veal, per lb lSe
Veal steak, per pound 25c
Le,T of veal roast per pound 23c
Lcin of veal, per lb J23c
Freshly ground sausage and
liberty steak, per lb ISc
The best shortening, No. 5 pail $1.20
Fancy creamery butter, per lb ...50c
Nucoa nut butter, per lb 33c
Smoked jowls for seasoning, lb. ...23c
For Saturday we offer a choice lot of biby beef at the above prices. Please
shop early when possible.
wnginaiurs or. low prices" R.. Stf .
(Continued from pane pup)
;'!. U m.l. to ,e,(or0 tU .llint in vtluco at Vcnju.lirt e.gM
.,' ,, ... hours lr.tcr.
I ho new Gorman do oei!tmn .i,i..i, , -
time would prove embarrassing fur tho'v'" "if" U,,aiy va 6,1 ,n"!o toi BEHVICE3 AT LIBEKTT
Hi... WW ,f it. f ;''-will' frum IiTlln tutlnv. A change
! t , T r T"r mn !" w ULtH at til ..Libert,, Or., June V-IUd
' I"?.' WHiUfl'r,ral niuillc.ll tlirouulj withdraw.: nf , I ,i .,
, ....,.,... um dumb ror tumuilcr-, lloir l.iesbortli and Horr Leinert As
speculation. or confuted it consist, of Furckrn
X Hun Delegates Za Route. Mini.fr Mueller and Colonial M.i.i.t"r
: H AltlicHijtlj known to be unpopular Bell.
ou 'vita tho majority of the miiitnr-, A.-compiinied hv a small atnff of ns
ists U was pointed out tliut lie, thf -iHhnH, thc two official were fehod
Hulmi.zlj.rii heir is tlm most eligible nl, , to-arrive bore nt f o'clock to
ciin.li.luto for the tlirotio in the event inoirmv .morning, tho ceremony lio.'in-
community is invited to attend, will
be held in the Liberty Cninniuiii'ty haU
at 3 o'clock tstindity Hl'tomeon. liev,
lielaiid I'orter will be in clut rjjo of the
XT ; ' ; ta ' Ti nra 13 II
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Give literally to this Army
not the Amiv of pnn.
quest nor the Army of
territorial occupation, but
the Army that has a habit
of reaching out and serv
ing mankind with the
. heart in the hand.
THEY ARE WORTHY
OF YOUR CONSIDERATION
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Speaking of Shirts
Stripes are at Bat
Here is an Invincible Line-Up Evlry Last
One A Sure Hit
dcd-11 TCTre a mint to cme into pos
sess on of them either. That's the big surprise to
...v. upi-iium iuuuras, crepe and other ma
terials, made with reversible soft cuffs, in hand
some new multiple stripe effects. The man of
luuutrn umes wai surely like these at
By Gwtratld lobio
T"5 rapidity i?a whirk tie .(
Iwere reserved for Mm iiiuurtta
. - v -
tanea as a giwd omra that
!t will Im ittarint
With the talent tn .
there is no ronton whr it should
not b. Th wrTices of Min Mar2aret
uSuioa, wph known tthitit of fort
laud, Rave Wi obtained, and Rene L.
Heeker and J ..Ufi Ad.t UwkM f.,n.
ous Jreneh aiusitiam. will airoear nn
ta program. oneerniiiir a rn-cnt ,u
Praiic in Portland, the Oregoaian
' "KeTVe TjOltis Berkxp ninn,i. ; o
jit and orjpiaist, wh3 has rone from
IN. Loun, Mo., t make hi future home
"' cy, was jntroiluet-d last Tues
ifciy niKht to aa a oreriasire auihesre
at a niusiealo yiveit at the reaideuee
of lr. and Mrs. J. J. ik-llwood.
"1m hit performarice, both at the
ant and or .;,, ur. i,H-ker di m
onatrated a superior terhuique that
ore the stamp ef the true musician.
Hi conunjf to the eity ndils finally
to the lirestisje of Pnrtlnnrf
of many musJtians of rare ability and
At the piano, Mr. R'cker pla-ed
three thopin uunibcrs, 'Nocturne in
F,' 'Impromptu in A' and Tost hum
(u Wait?, in E minor. ' lie has both
delicacy of touch and fire of the true
tonal erentor. Two small imniJmr .i i
the pipe-organ also showed .Mr. Bwk-
er to oe an organist of worta and real
"The company present on this oeea-
sioa were also given an niiiBt into
tin) jfift of composition pesse-sed by
Mr. Keeker. A firet miblie hearins was
granted of his 'itereuade in (!,' a vio
lin solo written for mid dedicated to
his sister, 3iis Lm-ie Adele Becker.
".Miss l.ueie Aik'le Keeker, violinist,
who has been heard a few times in mth
lie hiiH'P her arrivnl in this eitv n.
prised tho uuests uresent li v hep'ttropJi
'Conrertii in ii minor,' to the aeeum-
panimeiii or Mene h. iieeker. Hut h per
formers demonstrated thrir hi(h mug
irul iialities. It is a min.ber winch di
mauds a hih order of sliill to inter
pret. Both of these imloivts will make
an appeal o larger audience at a
The program for the recitnl follow..
Morning Spoil ks
Alia, Dearest .Name (Kiguletto) Verdi
A Drcum of'Jiuie IoIihoii
fruian Rose l.,ittti
rioreuee 11. Ilnrlun
Two 1'reliiiles Chopin
Niirturue iF JSliarp
Impromptu A ffli t
Pnsl liumoiis Wnlt
liene L. IWk..r
Tlu Wren r...l,,n.n.
Suinmertima Ward Stephen
- narinaiir uis 1111 (ha 1 erie du
I '. Jkltoiii' Si-liaher
Piute oblitfalo, Mnrjruret Laujihton
Little Mother o' Aline Kurliih
spring's, a -IjoeeiiWe Lady Klliiftt
KiUlaile and Polonaise.... Vieuxtemps
. Variation,, Tartiui-Kreisler
Ltll'U Adeio Rei'ket.
Aria. Jo dis one rein n.i to.. im.hu.. ..i
(Carmen I .... . . ui..
sonj of Hunshine Jlnlley
(lie Jharesl I'laeo Vntt
The Sorii'j Has Come . VI,;i.,
X,y I'? 'l'tiehniont
.My Love is a Muleteer Di Nogero
.1' anna .lame
Down in the Forest liounhj
Marguerite Flower Olinirer
The Snanish War Viiinnm !.:
auxiliary will sponsor a dame at the
armory Wedneil:iy evening, July 2d,
hoiior.iii2 the visiiiiu viterui. i.u......
one is cordially invited to attend.
Word has been received in S..I.,,..
that Captain lnnn H. Allen will sail
for New York on July 1st. iCnptain Al
len left with I'omjmiiy M but was one
of tho ni.iny who n irti,..f.,...,.i
jfrom that unit. I pon rex-eivinc hi di-
eaange he will join his wife in I'hoe
nix, ArixHim, where they plan to make
Miss 8'lma Kumrow of Soie'uj has
tor ine iiasi week hoon m f ...t
atives in rortland. Among the affairs
tor her entertainment wa a dinner par
ly at the home df Mrs. Arthur Mullen
nd a theater party jfiveu by ilrg. Wil
liam O'Nei', Jr vihosa hnnie i at Val
lumont apartments. Oregon Journal
M)enl readers of h e,.t,..i,. v. '
mug 1 ost m.iy be interested to know 1
mat tne story ",). A.. i;tu)' -..,.k I
appears in mis week' iue i. th. 1
composition ot a I'oritnnd woman, Mrs 1
Harry IWiU Torrev.
ttIl ti fl t f '!su.u T )
and htr uluiri ...
arned by aome of the leadinu nuura-1
zinea In the eountrv. !
iliM Ada Miller ao-tsted at a iu
,'w"81 t-riv,n by the pupils of Air
Winifred Worrell in Albany reialv.
A usual, the eharmim, SuL.Bi
; aptivated her aud ence. and iix-rense,!
!er eire'e of a.ini;nt. vi i:n .
liiunitters were "Inter .No." M,P,.
'yen: Rubi. ,.(.: ... ;
of MiiHietonka." 1ieuranee. I
Social Cirel, of th l.die of
Aftef Being Relieved cf Or
gmic Trouble by Lydia E.
Oregon, I1L " I took Lydia E. Pink
ham' Vegetable Compound for an or
ganic trouble wbicb
TH I ! lti mpllnvii nn- .
j ul I couid not put my
tool to me noor ana i
could scarcely do my :
wui, ana aa i live ,
on a smail farm and j
raise six hundred
chickens every year !
it made it verv hurrl '
for me. ;
"I saw the Corn- ;
pound advertised in i
our pap"r, and tried
it- It kflO Kwtn.aii
my health so I can do all my work and ;
I am so grateful that I am recomrr ?nd
inpr it to my friends." Mrs. D. M.
Alters, R. R. 4, Oregon, 111. ;
Only women whohave suffered thp tor- :
turs rtf Slleh tmnhles nnd hnvo ArairtrtA i
alone from day to day can realize the
rplif whieh tliio fnmfuia mnt nnfl harK
remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vettetubla '
o 1 i i . . . . . .
tAniipeuim, itroupni 10 mrs. Aiurs.
Women everywhere in Mrs. Alters'
condition should profit by her recom
mendation, and if there aro anv eom
plietiona write Lydia E. PipUhnm s
The result of their 40 years expenenc '
w air yuur a tv ice.
-7 i-'.- :
the O. A. R will meet with Mrs. Ruth
Oenisoii at her home nt l"i40 North
uiherty street faturday afteinoon, to
which all members ore cordially in
vited. r MMIONNSWS.
(Capital Journal Special Service.) j
Marion, Or., June 27. The lor, nber
ry scasou has oiiened with luoniet ts of
a j;ood crop. The berries are of good
Knos rresnell and Arthur George'
Ocljy Coming To
i Wonderful Event That WU1 Bring
For Every Wear
The joy of a summer's outing or vacation is
more than half in the knowledge that one is prettily
and fashionably attired and here are all of the sea
son's most desirable modes in suits, coats, dresses,
blouses, gloves, hosiery, muslin and silk underwear
and other summer wearables, ready for your selec
tion at usual popular prices for quality merchandise.
NEW BATHING SUITS
You will appreciate the comfort as well as the at
tractiveness of these bathing costumesselected for
the perfection in modes.
Smartly styled, some washable, all in the newest sum
mer fashions and the prices are extremely reason
able. . J
There is a. blouse here for every woman, for, in this
wide variety of models and materials every type of
feminine beauty will find a pleasing style.
Where Shopping Is a Pleasure
Art vr-ti lvA?ni r...ti.n..1 .1..
mother, to the wonderful, fli.ri"ei tirnn
when yeu shall told in your nruij the liiCe
mite, w hich .is cf y iur ilesh oud h!ood. '
Willi feelinffs of muqrlvliurr
Now Is tiie time 1 1 net in enndltlnn It
meet the crisis, :id tlueo gerM-mlmm of
women have found In tlio i(uc-lKin.itcJ
prenarntlen. Mother's Friend, n fiileHil,
neiu-tnilinir n.Tnedy to prepara t.VIr s: stcnj"
la wltlwtiiud tlie stioek.
The notion of mis fommn remedy Is tn
relieve tension on drawn nerve, cmN, ten
dons nd ligaments, to relievo simln and
discomfort, such as ii.iilm'm, nervousnis,
ljenib,K-down " rtret.-hiier p-iim.
regular use durintr liio ii.'rioj tho muieles
cxp.-ind euHllK wlwn lil.y U I.tii; pain
ond (Innr.'r at tho crisis Is ratoriily less
and tl I ou-9 aro fewer. Da not in 1,-la.t
tlm use ef Wotlier's Friend. It. Ii for ex
ternal appllritlon only, Is nlvulutsly eula
and wonderfully eff.-clive,
Writs t' Bradfleld Berif.tor Cnmpme,
nept. K, I.nmnr linihliinr, AUuuta, (.,oir:a,
for their Motlierlsjod Book, a id obtain a
b'ttle ef Mother's Friend from the i!run
rtnre. It Is Jiet ts ilaadard as a:iytt.::ii
)jj c.a t'.lk of.
made n business trip lo Hnlem Monday box to their missionary members V,n.
retuiniug ihruuRh ltosedi.le. a...l Vn.toiin Watson. They are Mnti.m-
Kev. A. V. ilnr Kiirlnnd prenelied his ed at Xoiituk, Alnskn.
farewell isenuon Sumlny evening. He is! ;
2ins to pavtern Dreinin In tub.. ! .-...' William V .. !... I ?..
of a piiMtorute. S. C, now minister to Cuba, lias b4tf
UeorL'o .McNeil jii lured lis luiiid Wed-' n,;..f.f i... i..t.,.. ,.iJ. .....
nesilav- iiioriiiniz hi n uu oni ni mm.' .. .
" , . . anroassaaur to l'ern.
l'lii-3 from the sufiplv trnin.
.Vat linn (iairelMiu and wife ..tinted
for Aiithioin, ( al., hy auto Wednesday,
where they will muke their future
lionuV Mrs. tlurrelHOn 1ms been ten eh.
iiif? the pant year tit I'lensant View
liev. Hunsuckor will preach nt the
I'lensant View eehool limine iSuinlay uft
ernoon. lie was ft pioneer minister nf
this settlement ami his many fiitneia
will be jtlnd to hear him again.
lrma Mr Knl I of "Kuwiit! is vl itiuj?
her parents, Mr; and .Mrs. Henry Lo
retn. Lee Winith lina had his lioiue newly
painted. Tho work was done, by Hubert
The Knoinis etiurcli Kent R til issiond l'
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A KutrHioua D'ct for All Ar3
Quid; Lunch et Home cr Offica
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