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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1919)
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1919.
All Around Town i
FOR FALL AND WINTER OF 1919 FASHION'S FAVORED STYLES
ALREADY RECEIVED FROM OUR HEADQUARTERS IN NEW YORK
WHILE SELECTION IS COMPLETE! A BIG SAVING IS POSSIBLE
BUYING FROM US! SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY!
DON'T WAIT A MINUTE
Take immediate advantage of this advance opportunity OUR EXTREME
LY LOW PRICES are easily accounted for when you consider the stupen
dous number "of SILK PLUSH COATS WE BUY FOR OUR 197 STORES.
A visit to our store will demonstrate our early preparedness to save you con
siderable money on newest style Silk Plush Coats, v
1 incorporated '
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I PATES j
Dance tonight it armory.
A Nation- Wide Institution
Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2 p.m.
At 1783 Court Street
Consisting of the following property:
rn 1l e?;,n0mA.USG' lot and fum-Wfi. Size of lot,
iMxIoj feet. Ihis house is modern in every respect
excepting furnace, and located in one of the best
parts of the city. 1 block off street car line. All kinds
of fruit for family use. Also good garden.
I dining table and 5 chairs.
1 Brussels rug, 9x12.
bed room carpets.
1 etoel range, 1 wood heater, 1 gas range, 1 oil
heater and 1 hot water heater.
2 large rockers, 2 sewing rockers.
1 child's bed complete.
1 baby buggy, 2 full sized beds complete.
Library table, 2 stand tables,
1 oak dresser, 1 dresser and comode.
Come and buy yourself a home. Reason for sale
am leaving the city for the east, therefor I want to
riSni efr! ;bidl.ler on day of sale
. TERMS OF SALE-A11 furniture will be sold
JirCA s.IIo.us? wil1 be sold subJcct t0 a mortgage of
WoO, this the buyer to assume. Balance 1-2 cash the
other half in 4 months at 7 per cent interest. Ab
stract of title will be furnished the buyer
The New Auctioneer
Phone 1000 or 1211.
STATE HOUSE NEWS
The weekly report of tlio industrial
i accident commission hon that dur
ing the pant week there were reported
'throughout the utile n tolnl f 522 ue
Icidenta, of which leven resulted fatal
l.v. These wore 1'eter Bording dairy
i '"h, Portland; Fred Pino, electrician,
Portland; B. P. Norton, lumberman,
I Sumner j Henry flnrner, lugger, Kai
nier; Alio Chainard, rpair mun, Port
jltimlj K. W, Moore, lumberman, Lov
I I -N". H. Lovelace, Kaiiiier, lumber
itnnnj Al Heini, Astoria, pedestrian run
over by cam. Of the total number 484
I were subject to provision! of the coiu
! pensntiiiu act.
; 1,1 a report to the governor the atate
.board of conciliation, provided ijl by
1 the last lciritdut lire, ilitniftiitil iffH vh.t
its opponents hnvo clnimedtiint If -
very limited in its scope of operations rc
in eeming controversies between em
plovers and employes, because of lack
of authority and lmwer to enforce, de-
crees. It hss acted in thrc. ill f f i-rnn
fwiks, with ri'Hiilts that were onl par
, tinny sntmfactorv. Ai n m..,l 1 1 1 lit nf
negotiation bctwe'n capital und lnbor
lit hits served u good piiipu-', and i ,t
; least one ease the board induced" both
sides to agree to a tentative adjust
ment of the mntter of hourssind wngos
'pending further negotiations. Ueyond
its moral and advisory iiifluonco the
board can accomplish littlo as the law
I 'tow stands.
When Talmadg sings you want to
cry. Hear him at bg Turner dance to
night. Dance tonight at armory.
j Voluntary mediation for labor trou
ble was disrussed'at a meeting held
ilast evening at the Commercial club.
I At the close of the meeting T. E. Mc
Croekey, manager ef the Salem Com
mercial club, who presided, was asked
to name a committee of five to canvs
the situation among the employers on
juiL- proposiuon or creating a mediation1
L. E. Springer, dentist, Moor j council composed of thne frra the em-j
utwjii. i um idiit irum me employes.
tf trie motion to create such a council!
was made y V. Al. Hamilton, local1
superintendent of the Portland Kail-'
way, Liyht and Puwes company. E.
Hofer was one of the main speakers
of the evening. I
bldg. corner Court and
Dane tonight at armory.
For first class work call Society
Cleaners and Dyers, 1272 State St.
Phone 1684. tf
Artificial teeth, have expert plate
man. with over 35 vears pxnpricni-.
at my office. Dr. D. X. Beechler, den
tist, 308 U. S. Nat. bank bldg. tf
uun inn nign ct. and
To th list of name published of ' teach there Friday afternoon and
. V 1- .1.. i tr all ilnir Kfltlirilnv nf A.w.l
- , wl nil
thoae who died in the service from Ma
rion county should be added the name
of Glenn E. Sehaap of Pratum. He
last served with company L, 26lh in
fantry and was killed in battle Oct. 6,
1SHS. He was first reported as missing,
and hit father George W. Sehaap of
Pratum haa been unable to get any
definite information from .the war de
partment. A watch belonging to the
young man waa brought buck by a
Dr. Carl E. Miller Has opened his
dental office at 010511 V. S. bank
bldg. Phone 341. tf
Dr. Mott, Bank of Commerce, 407-8.
Dane tonight at armory.
Try Northern Flour. Ifi a Bear,
every sack guaranteed. At your gro
Frank Myers and wife and O. B.
Wnbb and wife left this afternoon for
an automobile trip into California.
They expect to be awav about one
W buy liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
Dr. L. B. Springer, dentist, Moore
bldg. corner Court and Liberty.
Phone 114. tf
Dance tonight at armory.
Newport fishing season opens; ling
cod sliced, l.V, and whole fish 12c per
pound; rod cod 10c pound. Fitta Mar
"Th Buster Brown Shoe Store" of
Salem has filed articles of incorpora
tion with (leorgo M. King, George L.
Arbucklo and . L. W.isherd as resident
incorporators. The capital stock is $10,
000, divided into 100 shares of $100
each. The store is now open for busi
ness in the store room formerly occu
pied by tho jewelry firm f Pomeroy I
Diamond T trucks and F armors Spe
cial. Marion garage. 233-2:ifl 8. Com
mercial St. Phone ;i2.
ii i . f .......-... n . .. '
crees. n nss acted in three different .umn ana --i.inio oniem" ci-
labor difficulties during the past few Prl f'ly f ,hpv w,'re n.la,)fl NOTICK OP SALE OP GOVERNMENT
wcks, with results that were onh par Z ' ' l'""b,'r ",cr1 lani1 offu'(, Washing-
- ion. u. v., June it, jam. isotace is
Crtifteti nf .. v i hoi-oby given lhat subject to the conji-
beW.v?r! i ot the act of
ran? D C ' W. lk, ..V. f L T J""e ' 1,18 &9 8,Bt- 2IS).
L,.;,.. .lk'r.. C!r,lf'C ,hat he iustructdon. of the wcretary of tho in-
terior of September 15, 1917, the tim
Dane tonight at armory,
Willard Storag Battery Servlc Sta
tins will move to sag v H . .)" "? ' rortliind, Oregon, to th,
Sept. 1st. Your. f,,r better .erWr. S .i ! "8i at ? k'7 ,h?n ,he P
(Cautinued from page one)
Way to take command, these defects
Superintendent Bennett of the state
banking department makes It known
tl.n. k.. .:n .! . ...
j'"" couiinne to act in the au-
iinonty granted to him by the state law
in crnntinir or refiminir M.ui......
lmnks in Oregon, notwithstanding that'
ine circuit court of Marion county Mot
i filled that the law was unronstitmonnl.
, The questinn has been carried up to the
"uprcme conn m llie case of the Bank
... m-rre er Ft. joiins, and unless 'u" a
"that tribunal upholds the Wo. ,,. I .ii . Coin.
f... ... 1.1.... .:n t . . I
"'mi recognition waato b. kail tfc. m "c no riianue In Mr. nn.
neii s administration of the law.
Got your suit yet? Better git it real
soon. Bihop has 'em.
Miss Magers has moved her local
studio to second floor of the Derbv
building, cor. Court Slid High St. and
While ther is considerable excite
ment in tho hop market, with reports
of prices as high as 50 cent a pound,
these top figures will not be enjoyed
by very many growers in this part oil
the valley. It is pretty well understood
that fully 90 r cent of the hops have
already been contracted for and that
the average price is from 25 to 30
cents. The contracts that have been fil
ed at the county recorder's office show
prices around 25 cents a pound.
Auction salo of 7 room house and
furnishings, 1410 C St. cor. loth St.
north, Thursday Aug. 7th, 1:110 p. m.
See descriptive ad.
Bishop has a new shipment of shoes
from tho east.
Marriage licenses are running far a
head of suits for divorces for the past
month of July according to the officiul
records in the county clerk's office.
During the month the marriage licens
es numbered 23 while only V divorce
actions were filed.
Dr. Stone has moved his
157 S. Com. St.
Mr. Talmadge will sing. Big dance
at Turner. Grab a bus and como.
Marriage '"censes Issued today and
yesterday are as follows: Leo Sutter,
8alem. a laborer and Myrtle May
Mathis, also of Salom. He "was born
in Sulem ami she in A Um n v. He is a
returned soldier. Yesterday" the first,
.1 i: . . . -
ui mice licenses was issuea to Ijfo C.
Ball, 22, of Turner, a garago mechanic
and Mary Agnes Wippcr, 20, also of
Turner. The second I icentin una in ITnw.
ard C. Miches, 2.'t, of Silvertoa, a civil
engineer, ana .ottie F. Warnoek, a
school tencher living at Silvcrtnn. The
third license was to August Carl Smit,
30, of Gurvais, cook by occupation, and
Alico Pendleton, age 17, also of Ger
vn'is. Mr. Smith was born in War ( Vi.
U'n us La.
Men who served in the armv itnrinir
the late war and who wish to become
citizens, will not lie. obliged to live in
the eniintrv fi-a vonm hi.f.i..n
I " - v .HHIO u( I'M r I III IH
tf papers of naturalization. Under the
Call Ptt, mw. , m l 01 congress dated July 19, 1919, a
Sr Tork PluLTls A. '7 r0" for"i('"1 U"rn who wm'd in ''" niiIi
.pair work. Tliono 16oS, 2-0 N. Com tttlv or Mvul t . honorMv
' I discharged, amy lie nntnmlized by firxt
RalBin rirf r,r. i. appearing oerore tne naturnliznt on
i.E.! J30.?..1'. "a"" e,.,iner for a preliminarv examina-
7-R00M HOUSE Ai FURNISHINGS
1410 C St., Corner 15th St.
Thursday, Aug. 7, 1:30 p. in.
Consisting of 7 roomed plastered house with full
cement basement, "cement floored, electric lights,
bath and toilet, large front porch, dutch kitchen,
large corner lot, this is a well built home being only
5 years old. Anyone wishing to buy a home should
not miss this opportunity.
1 i; Oak buffet French design; 1 Round oak extension table with ped
estal; 4 oak cane seated diners; 2 Oak cane seated kitchen chairs; 1
green velour lounge; 1 Kimball 6 Octave organ light oak; 1 lady's writ
ing desk; ti oak rockers; 1 baby's rocker; 1 4 hole Orbin DcLuxe ran.re
like new, coiled; 2 heaters. 1 camp stove; 1 oil heater; 1 10 ft. drop leg
extension table; 2 kitchen tables; 5 center tables; 1 glass cupboard; 1
bed, spring and mattress, dresser and comode; 2 enameled beds springs
and mattresses; 1 high chair; 1 book shelf; i rawhide chairs; 1 ru de
sign linoleum, 10x11 feet; 1 Axminster rug, 12.ixU feet. 1 Brussels
rug, 12.6x15 feet; 1 v61vet Brussels carpet, 12x11 feet; 1 ingrain carpet;
new windows; 1 gasoline lamp; 1 porch seat; 1 Hugro vacuum carpet
sweeper; 1 cloth wringer; 5 wash tubs; 1 lawn mower; 10 dozen fruit
an; 40 quarts canned fruit; dishes and kitchen utensils, stone iars
house plants; 1 power or himd feed cutter. 1 50-egg Buekeve incubator
' 1 hand garden plow, dry wood, lumber," shovels,
hoes, rakes, spade, forks and many other things too
numerous to mention.
Mrs. Maria Wolters
1410 C St. Cor. 15th St.
F. N .WOODRY,
Phone 510 or 511
NOTE Woodry buys and sells everything. See me
before you sell.
tion, and then filing his petition. Af
ter this examination, his petition may
be filed and heard within 90 days. The
provisions of this late law are applica
ble for one year from the time all Am
erican troops have returned jo the
(By United Press.)
Yesterday's winners: Oakland, Sacra
mento, Salt Lake, Los Angeles.
Homo runs: Krug, Kuuiicr, Bees;
The Angels jumped to the front
through the medium of a 13-ir.ning game
with the Beavers. Tho 8erapii annexed
the contest, 3 to 2.
The Tigers losing, ofcourso, helped
the Angels bisck into the upper berth.
The Oaks won again 3 to 1.
Tho Seals are getting so far away
from first place that tho intervening
figures begin to look like a packer's
alleged, profits. The Solons took the
four straight, 5 to 3.
llymer's Maimers aro getting 11 is
bad ut, the Seals. They also lost their
fceith straight whoa the Bees stung!
'en for nnnther cnme, 5 to 8.
Our experience and
into the science of
our prefession man
tles its with the au
thority to serve with
n wise discretion.
ber on "the following lands will be sold
August 20, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
publie auction at the Vnited States
kind office at Portlnnd, Oregon, to the
incorporators of the-Webfont Aircraft
company, with Salem as headquarters
and offices at the Marion hotel.
Dr. Ston has moved his store
praised value as shown by this notice,
sale to be subject to tho approval of
of the secretary of the interior. The
purchase price, with an additional sum
of one fifth at nnA TMi Cint ttin.i.r.f
benng commissions allowed, must be'
deposited at time of sale, money to be
out delay, It is understood It would!
com0 ui,ke, through Colonel May than The Office ofleT.r. nt v..
" i, ""r ,n '.. "iled out to all t.riv.t. .1 "7 u,
would be overco,,,. ... i.. , ' Z Z ' V T. ' "'ore "inn Probable that Utitutioni of th. V.
offers who would be re MM on., S
hefedera, government. ,ScwttlI H T " "0t 'PP
The election of Colonel f. .)...':.. 1 v ' '-v nu r prescribed conrse. nf i!,.i in
0 the fct th. k. f; """.r" r,su- "' reg.-nt has hrinir them .i.hi. .K. L"r..Zl"
" - ,,v t ii iniujin ijl IRC
flie Great D
WUlard Storag Battery Servlc Sta
tion will movo to 2.'!8 X. High about
Sept. 1st. Yours for better service. 8-.'!0
P. E. Fuller-ton. V. Lvl. McOofc.
d B. O. HneMing a, named a, the H. 7
incorporators ur the-Wehfnnf lirgt.fi . . . ,
wie patent will ismie lor the timber;
which must be removed within ten
years. Bids will be received from citi-
lutita IK. ITltn.! Q.nn '
;0f such citizens and corporations or-!
ganiicd under the laws of the United!
Dane tonight, new hall at Turner f,H,Vor Vr t6rritor7 "1 di:'
- tnct thereof only. Upon applicatidn of;
W. E. Cbrtsmar brooght lt ".'s'W W f , wo
aga.nst K. O. l.ff and wife for liK) U, ' " M-,f. , W '4' re f''
which he allege, is ,i n a note "for ' "."V.f. 'A!... f.'' " V" !
flOO given at 8u.vto Oct. 13. M ri f ZTvC,1, ,S
11 allege no osrt f th. .m,.l ..!." E'. A .tl V.?' 1CS0
I fir 1770 M., hcnlock 250 M., SWV
.-ir., nr s;iSKi M.. hemlock 00
"Marvel sot at this: for the hour
is earning in which ail that are in their
gvo shall fee, His voic and com
forth; t-y that hate done goed unto
the reanrrertioa of life and ther that
done evil unto rwmrreetioa ef
1mBaUo (judgment)." Jha 5 -28,
Behold I bring you good tidines of
great joy which shall be unto all peo
ple," "On earth peace, good will -to-
wara men." Luke 2:10. 14.
rama of the Bible
-mm w tuvu. lvUK SHU, 1.
"When Eden Blooms, There'll BeNo Tombs"
Lecture by Prut J. A. Gillespie, of Omaha. Nebr, AnspW. of IterMUon,l Bible
oe Hall, Sunday, August 3, 3 p. m. sh"
N'EU WU. fir fitil M kAm!ivk inn
M.. .VW14 XW14. fir 17fi0 M., NE4
"I, nr 11,11 ai.. nemiocfc JO M.,
NS14 sEy, fir 1630 M., hemlock 50 j
M., SEV, SE';. fir 1190 M hemlock I
n. M, HW14 SKif, fir 790 M.. XE j
SWt4, fir m M.. XVTt4 fir
2100 M.. ska: hwu. f;. iin v
(8V4 SW14, fir le-iO M., ao-e of th
ur to oe soiii tor iesn than f per M,
ci none ef the hemlock to be eold for
les than 75 eenH per M. T. 9, R. 3
E.. Sec. 25. SV4 Nnvi4, red fir O0
XL. SK4 NF'J, red f.r 330 8WH
NK4. red fir 500 M aon of th red
Tir to be sold for les than 2 per M.
CIAY TALLMAX, C'oaniiioaer, Gen
eral Land Office. s It
MACK and LANE LOWRY and KATHRYN
"WHAT IS IT ALL "THE RAZOR SALES
3 Eddy Sisters 3
A STUDY IN DAINTINESS
CGRINNE GRIFFITH in HISS ACTION"