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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2. 1919.
Make This Bank
' : l i j i.t.:
xvui imckxiciiii nuiue many nave aone so iu men
advantage since its organization in 1SS3.
jThe service, security and accommodation offered to
depositors here, we feel will be entirely to your liking
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
J. IL Albert, President Jos. H. Albert, Cashier
For a Greater Maioa County PATRONIZE Local Merchant
If Yoa Caa't Bay It In Salem Yon Pont Need It
The following list comprises the candidates in the
DIXIE BREAD CONTEST
For a Six-Months Course at the
CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE -Name
Miss Hazel Larsen .". .51,960
Velma Bartyesr 31,820
Winifred Taylor : 16,870
Lela Bowman , 14,810
Nora Derrick .....:i:i,500
Miss Lela Baker , 4,760
Wayne Elgin - - 2,4:50
Alice Adams 1,810
Dollie Dutton : 8:50
Many young people fail to realize the importance of
a thorough preparation for entrance into business
until it is too late. So many make the mistake of be
ing satisfied to work for a mere pittance, because of
a lack of proper preparation.
f HE CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
Offers courses that will make the possessor capable
of doing acceptable work in a business 'office, where
the-opportunities for advancement are ample. The
success of our graduates is ampli proof of the value
of our training. Call, let us talk matters over with,
Salem Baking Co.
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Wm. S. Hart
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The Money CorraP
1 ; .-. HERE TODAY
in "THE CAST OFF
R E G
CONSUL TO HOLUiiD
Salem Man, Graduate Of
lainette, Granted GoYerc-
Russell Brooks received a wire this
momumnffBf Mm tbe a.iun..nt
as vice ronnsul at Kotteraaai, tiou.ina. - . ,
.. . , , ,.(. t ,. .company, Civile Harris has Brought
He has accepted. The offer of this most -, ,
... , suit before- Judge George O. Bingham.
..dvautagoous position, was efcured - - r. . r.
though the efforts ,f Senator Mo-j "k'IE ,he Nflu.K'
Xafv. (ducts company be restrained from so-
Mr. Brooks is' now awaitiug. orders curing aa injunction against him and
for his overseas dtitv. -As vice consul j other grow ers iy which they would be
at Rotterdam, it will W. his dutv tojldig.i to deliver their loganberries to
care for all Americana who ban! iiiter-l""- Kings ITodiMs company for
ests in Holland and to have charge of ' tk 'rkrt ,r"e "
all matters portuining to oww he and the other Srw
the untangl.ntf of personal meters such .rg yon(rMt Af
as securing passports. having Ihem , VroiUl,ts cn,pnnv whoreiii the eoin
proprrly vised and to aid tue true!.n , ,,v ,r0etued fraud on the growers,
public from America who ml throng .uot'oulv bv its promises but bv sub-
the contiiont next summer. jstitotiug aud attaj-bjng a contract slip
As vice consul, he will rant next tSjim the original contract which was cool
the consul for the Netherlands. Hotter-'.trary to the promises of the company,
ilnni has been assuming much import-1 He also alleges that he with othera
:-jice in American affuirs and is now signed the Kings Products company
hediiarter for tliu servue of sup-
Mr. Brooks went -into the servico
March 20, 1!17, and soon afUr his ar-
rival overseas, was transferred e the . . ' , ,k , .
... . . . loeans, and never less than 4 cents
intelligence semee. He received his .((JJlni
diM-harge June 11, at Camp Devcrs, 10 Kll,9 proiiU(.ts tom.
Mass. He is a graduate of W llkmett jialljr hai na intentions of carrying
I'niersity and passed his examination l0Ul na promis, of enlarging it p"lant
for admittance to the bar just previous j .Xaleiu, nor of paying for berries on
to his volunteering into the iervtce. lie the open market. That instead of at
is the sou of Mrs. Mildred Hof.k.s, conn-1 tachiiig a slip to the contract to pay
tv recorder. ion the open market, the company did
' ' Inttach an agreement, after the grow
Governor Olcott Welcomes
Spanish War Survivors
The vanguard of the Spanish War
veterans ariivid in the city this morn
ing, and were duly welcomed by the
reception committee. They were ncconi
patiied .by about an equal number of
ladies, and the entire body was enliven
ed in the house of representatives at
10:30 for the opening sessions of the
animal convention. Aside from the ap
pointment of one 'or two committees
I the morning was taken up with brief
addresses. Harvey Wells presiding over
the meeting, presented Oovernor Olcott
who ia a fitting manner welcomed the
I veterans and ladies to the city and to
the-capitol building. In behalf of all
,the stnte departments, he expressed
ipleaswo and honor In receiving them
j under the dome, hoping flint they would
carry away from the city of Halem
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"A Desert Hero"
CUTER TO SUIT G
PRODUCTS CO, FILED
Wil-.Gyde Hanis Skks To Pre-First
Tent Restraining Order
Anticipating the suit to be brought
,' h,,n . utrnr
growers hv the 5raieia Kiuif s Products
contract on the prutrc.i form tney sup-
pueil Willi me t-AjocM uniininMui)is
'''' the oi.any would attach a con-
I' tl",vm," ni ''..'
lers had signed, as follows: " If the Ga
llon! Kings Products ' company raises
!thrir buying price to other growers in
lllUS or thereafter this contract will
automntically conform with that
.price." . -.
That this contract attachcil was
procured by fraud as all the growers
liad the assurauce the Kiugs Products
would 'par the murktit price uud not a
price they established.
Hence Mr. Harris through the legal
firm of Mcl'ammaiit, 'Hronnugh and
Thomson of 1'ortliind,' asks tlie court
kto restrain the Kings Products com
pany from nny proceedings to restrain
or prevent nny person from delivering
berries at option. Also that the eon
tract which Mr. Harris alleges was pro
cured by fraud, shall be made to con
form to (ino wherein tho company .pays
lln market price, or that tho contract
be cancelled by order of emiit.
nolliing but the most pleasnat recol
lections as to the surroundings and the
hospitality of her citizens. Ho spoke
briefly of tho atate inHtitutions, point
injr with sjiecial pride to the stnte
hospital whi.ih he commended as one
of the finest in the nation. Ho Invited
Hie visitors to visit' nnd inspect the
buildings, criticise thwu if they wish
ed,' but hoped thnt wniM of them would
I.- .i..i.....t !.!. the wall. (iMina.i
he naid a in.t frUmttf. to the veterans
and the rt they had played in Am
Comrade Elmer Limdberg of Port
land responded to the governor's aaV,iii successor must be chosen to Mayo!
dress henrtifly and with a vein of Otto Wilson, who wus serving from tho
"humor, assuring him that the nssocia-
(ion was appreciating in the highest
decrree the hosnitnlitv of Salem's citi -
w - - i
.eas. He reterreu nruriy to ine past
of the Spanish war veterans, assuring
American war theVLWould enter with
the boys of tlie (ieimnn inade war in
the work of reconstruction.
In behalf of the ladies, Mrs. KmU'IIu
i l!ee,d, .piesiileut of the depart uient iimx
'ilinry, spoke elite rlHininglr of the part
'the women had taken in the lo Inst
I wars, and would take ill the work thnt
was to n ome.
i The afternoon v,'mhis have been
! devoted largely to reports of commit
j toe, Bppoiiitiiients and routine busi
ness. The big event of the dnv comes
.at 11 o'clock this evening when the
j Nilcin ladies will spreud a fi'ast in tlifl
jniiorv for the xisitiug veteruus, to be
j followed by a ball at 9 o'clock.
MM O PIM
ARRIVE HERE TODAY
Flints With Passengers
To Be Mad Thursday
The aviator. Lieutenant, Browne ar
rived in the city this jBioraiu ud is
jotting, acquainted with the., finest
country in, the world aftt attending
couple of years along the deoert. He
fa,T it looks wonderfully fine after his
experiences of the pasi two years in
And with' the lieutenant, came the
JX-VD airplane with which the people
of Salem and vicinity will b jiven an
opiHirtunitT to see things froai above.
The airplane has not been taken tdj
the aviation field at the fair rrouiids j
as yet. but will be assembled early to
morrow morning and the commercial
flying will begin nt about 10 o'clock.
The aviator says he can accommo
date about 10 flyers tomorrow morn
ing snd theae according to the order
in which they applied for accommoda
tions are John H. Albert, John Kiebs,
Walter A. lK-nton, J. 1'. Head. Theo
dore Roth, Karl McDnnough, Jus 'ph H.
Albert, Hr. K. K. 1,ee Steiner, R. If.
tloodiu, 1. W. Kyre and Will K Wal
ton. The all will be given rides mostly
over the city, as while some rides will
be taken to Silyerton, there is no avia
tion field there for landing. Hence
those who ride during tho next, two or
three days will circle mostly over Sa
lem and vicinity.
For Thursday afternoon, the air
flights will continue from 1 o'clock un
til about 3:30 aud according to the
entries made, those who will ride to
morrow afternoon will be: K. P. Smith,
R. W. Uart man, (. A. Hartmnn, KicTi
aid O. Hansen, William McUilciirint,
.lr. W. W. Moore, Mrs. '. W. N'iemev-
er, ('. W. Niemeyer, Mis Kathervn
(lunnell, Ir. (). A. Olson, f. 1. Me
tiuire. Mine. Buffo Morrison, Luther J.
t iKtpin and J. L. an Doren.
1ieiitennnt tltrown owus Wnr iiir
plnnes, which he will use this fall nnd
winter while flying for a moving pic
ture concern nt !-ong Beach, valif.
This miorning the alviatnrs father
and mother and. to alters came from
Silverton to greet him. Ilia wife, who
is now in Long Beach is expected nor
the latter part of the week. Lieuten
ant Browne says he will spend the sum
mer in this part of the state and visit
iu his folks at Kilverton.
Tho aviator is 24 years old, and has
lived iu Independence, iHalein and Sil
COUNCIL MAY SELECT
FOUR NEW ALDERMEN
TO FILL BERTHS SOON
City politics which were at a bo.ling
point a few weeka ago niuy begin- to
again uexr Mon.iay nt t ie nioei-
, 'K of the city council.' Tiiis iicated
situation is due to fact that several
members of the council have resigned,
one has moved out of his ward and then
third ward when elected mayor.
ynH mjti, alderman from tho
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i innv viuitt inn ii in uuuiioiuwu iiu in
liklu. til ,.,., , Illin,1l, wr, withi
ready resigned from the auvu.tl, ward
and a successor must be chasi n to rep
resent that. ward with Ir. O. L. Heott.
The fifth ward will need another l
dermuH as C, Huberts rci-igood be
fore slurtiog on his vacallou a few
weeks i;ii". As alderman from that
ward, Mr. Hchunko will probably sug
gist a congenial running mate.
The third ward may have new -alder
man. Otto Wilson is now mayor ami
J. H. Austin! is in California for an ex
tended visit. Anyhow, when the coun
cil is called to order ext Monday o 6u-
ing by Mayor Wilson, there will be no
on duty to care for ward three, and
wards one, seven, and five will each
hnve but one alderman on the Job,
W. I. RIGDON h CO
252 Nurth Uigh BtfBtt
Bill Hart, Charlie Chplin,
Fatty Arbuckle and three acts;
cf ccod VaudsviSs for th:c
vIio enjoy lljs best to he kd
FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
JULY 4th AND 5th
Sign of Good Shows, Mere
Notice is lierctiv iven that the un
dcrsigned will on tho Anderion farm
uKn wiiiih the undersign! now re
sides, and located about sis miles north
of halem. Marion county, Oregon, sell ( market but that it will nil be sobscrib
on tho h duy of July, l!ltf, at the ip,i fr ,y nu,n w, are inter. mciI in j
hoiir of three o'eW p. m. of said day i f with p I.,.,b, tti r snd
to the high'! tii'l ler lor can seventy
'rncs b-seribed as (follows
rmr n'H'. i inn-e T'-itr ui'i io.ee o, n
i . l. . .1 .. .ii i ..
a puncne-i n'Me in inn icii
ear, ,W twenty h-n-l of spring b,
without ma-k or l.rnnd. which said oa
trays entewil the pnoii-cs of the un
dersigned on the t'oh dav "f J'li e, l;lt
June i", b;i .1 July 2
Quick Reference To Firms That Gi?2 Senice 0a Short
Where Buyer And Seller Sleet We
. Recommend Our Advertisers,
Salaa Electria Co., ll&somo Tempi,
l)R SALE Good 5 room houao with;AVT08 without drivers t aire, J do-
modern conveniences on large lot
abundance of fruit, on paved street.
6 room house, small barn and 2 fine
lots with abundance of fruit, only 2
block from paved street and school,
lioo. Square Deal Realty Co. tf
BEST BTJTS I
38 acrea all the Wst of river bottom,
2S cultivated, well fencedr 6 room '
bungalow, barn, hog house, chicken !
housw family fruit, growing, crop if ,--sold
ooo. This farui is" wurth t-iO ,
per acre, but to move it quickly!
will Jake tM0 on easy terms. ;
lOtt acres, 90 cultivated, house, 2;
barns, lota of ourbuiwungs, well fcac-)
ed, close to school aud station, 8
nines irum ouieiu, uiny vo I'er acre.
1 15 acres, 28 cultivated, 8 room house I
barn, garage, all necessary outbuild-
ings, balance of the pce in timber
and stump pasture, hut family or
chard; only $70 per acre, fash bal
ance 6 percent.
117 acres, all the best of river bot
tom laml; 60 in cultivation and in
crop, which all goes; good 8 room
house, two old barns, all wall fenced,
l'j miles from lieuiia Vista, owner
wauta to return to Europe; only $75
Por beat buys in ranches or city prop
SoeOlA)PSKi", Bayno building.
Cadi 39$. Highest prices paid for
Junk, second baud goods and machin
ery. Be sure and call 398, get tto right
prices. Tha aquara deal hous.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chomeksta St Salem, Or
SATURDAY, JULY 5, AS
In view of tho fact tliut a large
part .of the population of Oregon will
bo 'Inclined to extend observance of the
Fourth of .Tulv because of its t.eiiiendti-
ous significance in connection v.ith the
treaty of peace, (lovorlior Olcott lips is
sued the fullowing proclamation:
"Whereas, this vear will se the ot
nominee throughout the nation of tho
first liuleiiendenco day following the
signing of the trcnty of pence, wulch
marks tho end of the great world wa
"Whereas, In practically every com
muiiity of Oregon extraordinary celibre
. : , . wi-i
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i. oi m t.t t in vii i t rir i mi ii a 1 III lilt
statu who participated
conflict; and -
"Whorei;, those celebrations, gen
erally, are to include not only 1 idip' iid
eneei day, but the day following;
Now, therefore, I Hen J. Oicott, bj
virture of the authority in n.e vtftcd as
governor of tho state of Ongi i, do
hereby proclaim Saturday, duly i, ts a
Por bnvs and girls
TUB AKIMJ 1X01'K1
It glides, it flies, t loops the
loop. Free while they last
PROGRAM TOR THURSDAY
ltegistrution of service men
nt oninierriul club, all day.
IW'tweeii i nnd :) o'eloek p.
in. airplane stunts over state
S p. in. at Marion 5iinre. Of
ficial welcoming to soldiers,
sailors and murines by the
state, to be represented by
('litis, V. 'iullowrtv, lite county,
n oH'sentcd by Judge W. il.
Ilushey nnd the city, by Mayor
Din .1. Wilson.
::',l p. ni. street linnco on
Court hi reel, with 'iir-inaiis as
' Oregon Pulp And Paper
! Company iicorpcrated
The half u million dollar pnp.-r mill
lilt Halem is noM( be known officially
':-.s the Hiilem paper mill or the Kpauld
I iio mill, but ns the Oregon Vulp t
I I'npcr company
. Articles of incorora-
tion were filed yesterday gicmg ine
laoitnl stuck as vki,Ihhi. It Is r rctty
well imdersioud thnt no siH-k is wn the
n.a VV K,.l,t; -,r The foid of Trt.de
l,,,.!,. much dil'trrent llom
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K i I i .1 n n.' ut " j
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torn w: I to tnemi, who i"'- '""n
Try Salem First In Baying
as bi V.
121 ortk Higa-.
lax per hour. li7 8. Con.. iU Paoa
WHY SELL FOR LESS?
W will pay yon mora east far yo
household goods. Get oar d fer
you sell. Peoples Purnitura and Hard
wars Store. 271 K. Com, St. Phn
NO CASH REyt'IUKI) fioed averee
shoes and auits, all kinds of mta
al instruments, shotguna, rifles, leas
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit cast aa
1000 other useful articles to sell o
trade. What have youf Tha Capitstl
Exchange 337 Court St. PMoaa 48 J.
YOUR used furniture, atovet, earpett
and tools, as we pay fair pncea Io
everything. Call 047 -CAl'JTAL
HARDWARE t FURM
SS3 N. Com! St.
HAT BIXICKIN'O I dcaa and Woek
ladies' and Men s hats. Just re
ceived a hat renovating machine. It
pets the dir!. Try It ones. 9. B.
Ellsworth. 485 Court 8t, Bulem, itr.
. ' STOVE REPAIRING
8TOVES REBUILT AND EEPA1BIO
B0 years experience, Depot NstioaM
and Amerieaa fenea.
Sites ?8 to 53 ia. higa
Paints, oil and varnish, ett.
Loganberry and hop hooVi.
Salem Pence and Stov Worka,
S50 Court street , Pbona 154.
J.A. Rowland Furniture Store
Bnys, sella tnd etehangct aew avad
Sd hand furnituro. AU kiada !
repair work, light grinding, fH,
and braxing a ieialty. Bight
prices. 247 North Commercial
SILF.M SCAVENGER Garbage Mfl
refuse of all kinds removed oa meat
lr eontraeta at res sons ble rta
Cess pools cleaned i Dead animal t
moved. Officw phone Main laT.
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa Good Real Eatata Sneurttj
T1IOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush bank;a!cm Orafoa
FEDERAL FABM LOAN-oH
eent interest. Prompt lervUa. 851
years time. Federal farm wan boaouj
ifor sale. A. C. UolumUJl, 401
aonie Temple, Salem, Oregtii.
IKSURANCE COUXCiu-Toi It
formation about Life Insurane
3. F. Hutchnson, dist. masaget for
tha Mutual Life of N. Y., offie
371 Htnte St., Balem, Ors. Off.s
phone 99, rosidence 13D9. M
Our Prices are Right
W. M. ZANDLKR, Proprietor
1255 N. Hummer Street, Balcai, Orego
fsTKWAKT'H KKI'AIK HIMW Iw
mowers rtoaiid t'.v machinery; all
kinds of grinding, lock smithing, una
brcllas recovered, light repairing ef
all kinds. 347 t'ourt Ht.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MKKT' AT
Md'ornnck hall on ever Tuesday
st 8. Walter Lenon, C. C, P. s
KunU. K. K. 4 B.
ROYAL Neighbors of Awerits, Or
gon (.Irspa camp No. I.ttw meet rrf
Tliumilny evening in M?forna(fk hatl
Klevstor 4C-ic. Oracle, Mrs. Cars
ris F.. Cunn, 6 IS L'nioa St; roe3ss
dcr Mrs. Melissi I'crsoni, 115 s.
4th'rt. Plume Wuii.
iALEM WATKU CiaPANY-Of
enrnor Commercial and Trade atree'a
PilU pavable monthly la advancsv
Out of ' students in the jnarmaey
department of tho Cnivcrsity of Wash
ington this year .V are women.
To replace the old building reeentlT
burned, th s-liool district of Kmpirav
i ln ( oos county
lias voiea mos
Spokane Olrli Stick
Sikane Wach., July 2.-Although the
Heme Telephone company here ha an
nounced increases in pay from $".."i0
to a dav for electrical workers,
..J, ,J,, f the electrienl
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,,,,.ii ore nt! on rike t-
lav. No i.j.eratou are on'., the (Jinsj
, nut being f.r;nni7ed. omiany oirie a s
claim iiu iiiterniplinn i tvice.