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An Economical, Delightful, Light Place To Trade
SALEM AND OREGON TO
BE ADVERTISED OYER
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST II. 1919
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The Weaver's in 11 r 1
ENTIRE U.S. THIS FALL1
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The Popular Fall Favorite
We Have Them la :
The Prices are not as high as you
would expect to pay for goods of
. Their Quality.
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DALLAS BUTCHER FORGES CHECK.
(CapitnlJournel Special Service.)
Dallas, Or., Aug. 14. George Hoe
fling, who until a week ago wna an em
ploye of tlie Dallas Meat company of
thii city and who was accused by his
employers as having forged checks to
the amount.of about $200 end left un
ceremoniously without leaving any trace
of his whereabouts, was captured by the
sheriff of Tillamook county in Tilla
mook City, Monday and word sent to
tihciiff John W. Orr of this counly of
his capture. Sheriff Orr left Tuesday
to return the prisoner to this city where
ho will be tried before Judge Harry
Hoefling has been a resident of Dulles
for more than a year and has made many
warm friends here who were shocked to
hear of his becoming entangled in the
HoHick'S the Original
Malted Milk. Avoid
Imitations and Substitute!
toils of the law-- He was formerly one
of the owners of the Dallas Meat com
pany but for the past six monthshas
been employed by the new proprietors.
Truce Ends Strike Riots
At Peoria Until Tonight
Peoria, 111., Aug. 14. (United Tress.)
A truce, effective until 6 p. m. today,
brought a temporary end to rioting and
hurling of explosives by strikers from
the Keystone Steel & Wire company
, Reuben and Alvin Somers, cousin and
sons of the two owners of tho plant,
were believed dying from gunshot
wounds sustained last night in repelling
strikers '"attacks on the plnnt. Two oth
ers were badly injured and numerous
persons bore slight wounds. The Tenth
regiment, state militia and four com
panies of Peoria guardsmen, under com
mand of Adjutant General Dickson
were stationed on tho company grounds.
Some damage to buildings occurreu
when an unknown. Ktriker threw eight
sticks of dynamite into the yards last
Milwaukee, Wis. After three inter
preters attempted to tulk with John
Plazienne in nine different languages,
Plazicnne turned disgustedly to the
judge and narrated his case in fluent
English. i .
Stop Itchins Skin
There is one safe, dependable treat
ment that relieves itching torture and
skin irritation almost instantly and
that cleanse and soothes the skin.
Ask anydruggist for a 35cor $1 bottle
of Zemo and apply it as directed. Soon
you will find that irritations, pimples,
blackheads, eczema, blotches, ringworm
and similar skin troubles will disappear.
A little Zemo, the penctrnting, satis
tying liquid, is all that is needed, for ft.
banishes most skin eruptions, makes
the skin soft, smooth end healthy.
The E. W. Rose Co., Cleveland.
We buy all our merchandise in car load lots. Thus enabling us to get a much
better price than the smaller firms. The special prices we are offering on
ranges are lower than most stores can buy the same quality merchandise.
THESE" SPECIALS! ARE FOR OUR RETAIL TRADE.WE DO NOT DESIRE
Salem and Oregoa r likeir la be
eonie known at ftcT trts, roads in
the eountrr this fill, at least every
where the Saturday V.i Post i
read. Three big finis 1 Fr.icss. are
preparing for a nations! t ettising
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Already through the Phox company,;
t'alem and the lo?v-berry ere kaowa
everywhere. And rte-v eiunca the S.
lent King s Products wnpai.y with an
appropriation of a quarter of a million
dollars for advert Isinu - dehydration.
and what the Salem Kii.g'. Products:
company is offering the r-iaiKet. With
the exception of one .i'ietia! advertis
er this appropriation of I'.'jO.SJOO is the
largest that Ja been iide in the west.
Tha first Ktivprtisel. lit i tti Ha
double page in the iv.ie of the Satur-'
Jay Kvening Post if 0 tuber 4, and
will be in color. Ihe ad will explain'
dehydration and also i,tv!ioa the ft-tj
that the plant is established' ai alem, i
The third big adv? Vr for Bnl-.i i
has not as yet eomptet d its plena ';t I
advertising. This Is the U.-.-gon virow-1
ers Cooperative aooi .i m, which hi-'
ready, after a few mout'is if work, ton- j
trols more than ha'T if t!n fruit and
berry output of this part f tho villev. !
inis association soon otter
prir,es for a snitahla '.lames hy which to
advertise Oregon pr.il "ts and -vhn a
name is selected that n'Ugi-sts Oregon, ;
there will be jut oi. rtvon.il earn-'
paign and this wil' l-a ;ll attention '
to tho Willamette vallev. A nanu
wanted by .the io?intinn that will
mean as much for Oregon as the wonts i
"Pnnkist" and "Sunm.ilc" do for
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Stayton, Ore., Aug. 14. Work on the 1
approach to the bridge across the San-
tiam at this place was so far com-;
pleted Monday that traffic, over thei
same was possible. The new approach '
is a great improvement, the old onei
being so Bteep that auto trucks could
scarcely go up it with a load. j
Joe Klecker returned home Tuesday. ,
He has been In the navy for several
months located at San Diego, Calif. :
and was a member of tha baud. ,
Perry Bressler and son Clyde, of
Fox Valley, were visiting friends in
town Tuesday. The young man lutely re-1
turned from overseas, where he saw ser-
vice with tho A. K. F.
Bernard Klecker if home from a visit
to Wisconsin. , , . . . '
Geo. A. Ktzel has purchased the 0. i
J. Huble place in the north part of
town near the cemetery, and himself ;
and wife will occupy it soon. He says
boys want to run the Fern Ridge farin.
and he is willing to let them do it but .
wanted a place large enough to keep;
himsolf busy. Mr. Huble and family I
expect to go to Gladstone, near Port
.land, to reside. ,
Don Goode, who was taken to Ralenw
last week for an operation on the arm
he recently injured, is reported getting
Tuesday Dr. Beauchamp removed the
tonsils from Stewart, little eon of Mr.
and Mrs. . W. Mayo. He was assisted
! by Dr. Ifobson of Hcio.
W. II. Itobson left Monday lor a
few days visit in Portland.
Mx. and Mrs. J. M. Hingo and Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Hchaefer and son have
gone for a week's stay1 at ('aseadia.
Mr. and Mrs. . C, Nott have mov
ed into the Mrs. Kitchen house.
MWs, Ed Mielke, of Portland, is visit
ing at the ,1. V. Mielke home.
Miss Thelma Biggs, of Tacoma, is
visiting relatives, in town.
Floyd Crabtree and family motored to
Black Hock Hundny. Miss Nora Crab
tree who had been visiting there for
a few weeks returned home with them.
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To Sell Any Other
$98.50 Polish Top range
BUYING right is more important today than ever before in busi
ness; thus making it possible to deliver goods to the consumer at a
less price than otherwise.
IN buying of the manufacturer you secure a much better grade
of merchandise, than is otherwise possible, thus eliminating the job
bers profit. "
. A Good rule to go by is to "Go Buy" your suits at BISHOP'S
you know that you are getting the finest, snappy models just in from
the East. Our buyer having started many shipment's direct to us by
Express; we are protecting our customers that will need suits in the
future as merchandise can hardly be bought.
The prices will raise in the next few weeks so why wait longer and
pay the higher cost.
" $35.00 TO $50.00 '
Every Family in Marion and Polk Counties a Patron.
Salem Woolen Mills Store
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TZl.Z 'yTS $96.00 Polish top range
I. :PrnriS.Vt j now
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$85.00 Polish top range,
$75.00 Polish top range,
yJy 4 STORES
TO SCORN HOARDERS
Names Of Holders Of
Food Stocks To Be Made
. Public Says Paiaaer.
By Ralph T. Coucb
(United l'ress Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, Aug. 13. "Pitiless pub
licity" wid be employed by tie (",. rn
meut to force the food hoarder l. dia
gorije. , Names of holders of big s ,.ks of
food held in storage will be m pub
lie under a plan being prepuittt ,iy AX-
j torncy General Palmer as i t'.l;n step
I in his nation-wide rnmp:i.:t to sup
' press profiteering.
I Palmer was expected lo make this
(clear in a telegram to I s,at today to
one of the 100 district a'Mrneya who are
hunting the hoarders,
j The plan include publicity for the
I prices at which fooil stocks were quoted
when placed in stoiajp1, together with
the time held, present prices and th.
I details. "
This information will be gtvan to the
newspapers in each community by the
I district attorney, enabling residents to
know just who gets the profit on the
food. . . !
i ' Palmer intends, it is said, to create
i public opinion which will forre hoarders
to put their stocks oa the market im
i mediately and bring down prices,
I Xearly complete inform". :on to
stocks of food held in storage is in pos
1 session of district attorneys in mnny
j a Angeles, fat. C J. Myers was
i found not guilty oa charge of strlkm
!hls wife. He said be did it in wlf de
tentlary from Wallowa comity last
March under the double charge of cat
tle thievery mid assault with, Intent to
kill. In the prison he 'Wciopi'd epi
lepsy and wus taken, to the hospital.
IMvo Bni'houx, formerly In charge of!
a hotel at Lu Grande, was sent to prison
from Malheur eonnty in 1 H Hi , charged
with the cold blooded murder of It. C.
Goodwin, a well known stockman of On
tario. Tho evidence went to show that
while traveling In company with Good
win on tho way to Ontario Hii houx kill
ed him, weighed the body aad threw it
into the Hnnke river. Kiibsoqiiently he
forged Goodwin's name on checks to
the amount of fiOO. Ity the discovery
of the body in the river Inter on the
critiiit was phtt-cd upon him, and he wns
given a life senteaec for second degree
murder. In prison ho developed or pie
tended to developparanoia, and was
removed to the state hospital lat April.
.That the two men hud been milking
plans to esenpe from the hospilal wns
nmde evident yesterday by the discov
ery of two hack saws and a file In the
room which the two men occupied to
(jetlur; and along with these wns I
rope lniide from a bliinket,
Houtliwick is little more thnn a boy,
being oaly about 20 years of age, while
llrichoux is 52 years old.
t STATE HOUSE NEWS I
A recent Washington dispatch print
ed in a Han Francisco pnjier hints at
the positible demoliili.utioii of the air
plane service on the Pacific coast. This
hns been brought to the notice of Gov
ernor Olcott, who hns communicated
with Col. H. il. Arnold, t Kan Francis
co with regard to it, and also wired a
tirofest to tho Oreaon delegation at
Washington, urging them to use their
influence in nreventinir such action if
. - iible. The governor hn t;Io writ
ten to Governor Hart, of Washington,
asking l.'ii co-f "r nil ion in preventing
the ocntinuai.ee if :i :erviee which has
proved to be potentially most valuable
in forest patrol.
Brant ford, Ont. Acting Mayor Byer-
son his resigned because a burlesque
how wti permitted to camp in front or
one of R rant ford 't most influential
In reply to a query from the govern
or. Chairman Whittlesv of the Oregon
welcome committee in New York, writes
that they have funds e mugh on hand to
continue the service until Kentember 1.
when he advises that it be closed np, as
the greater proportion or western men
will have arrived by that time.
Rtale Engineer Cupwr left last night
for Bend to confer with the promoter
of the Px-nhant Falls power and irriga
tion projects as to some points in con
troversy in the preliminary wors.
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ine statement or tne r:nuar tin ,
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company ox vaiuornia vi swtvs ut mu-
tor vehicle fuel in Oregon during the
month of July, 1019, shows a total of
2,B"i4,flil4 gallons of gasoline and 442,6113
gallons of distillate, on which tho tax of
1 cent per gallon on gnsoline and Mi
cent per gallon on distillate amounts to
t-H, t tl .80. This is an income of sub
stnntially t2000 over tho amount paid
covering sales during the month of June
1919, when the aggregate paid uto the
stnte treasury on account of sules of
motor vehicle, find dunug that uiuuth
whs 120,78b. 1 2.
Wage Increase Of 60 Percent
Needed To Level High Costs
Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 14. (t'nited
Press.) "A raise of sixty per cent in
waves is necessary to eoual the level
of living expenses," said Timothy rihea,
president or the rtrotnerhoort or loco
motive Firemen and Enginemen here to
day at the meeting of delegates draft
ing a new wnge scale.
This was the first intimation given on
the extent of the increase to be nsked
by the brotherhood. Officials hnd suit!
it would be "the highest yet." '
The scale committee has been In ses
sion for two days; It was expected to
complete its work Into today.
New York. The judge fined Wn.
Lillian Tung Doug ill for iH.-mili rly
conduct in her hiisbnnd's reslmininr,
then made nor huslmnd pay it.
Used for 70 Year
Thru its use Grandmolhcr'i
youthful appearance has
remained unlit youth litf , I
become but memory, ) ,.
I he soft, refined, peaily . .r
white appesrance it f-'
renders Wives Ihe joy r
of Beauly wilh e.
men do not invest
in unknown securities or
expect mileage from an
unproved brand of tires.
Firestone Gray Sidewall
Tires have exceeded
every record during the
past year in mileage.
They are securities with
a definite return of most
miles per dollar.
Most Miles per Dollar