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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL; SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919.
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
Two Splendid Stars In One Notable Play
The tremendous power of this dominant story and the fine acting with which its leaders invest it
will rouse your emotions as few pictures ever have
Sworn to uphold
the law, what was
he to do when .his
own daughter took
the law into her
-THE SCREEN TREE"
t CITY NEWS J
: COMING EVENTS
Sept. 1, iuonday Labor Day.
Judicial holiday.: :.
Sept. 13, Monday Fall term ,
Willamette university begins.
Sept. 22-27 Oregon state
Sept. 29, Monday Opening .,
of public schools of Salem.
Drs. Cashatt and Fembc'ton hare
moved their offiee to SOS Bank of
Commerce bldg; Phone f 03. 9 '
Tiere will be no mall delivery Mon
day from, the post office. Ho clerks
will be there as all will Ibe takinga a
holiday with the exception of the clerk
i the general delivery window. This
window" will be. open front' 9 until 10
oVIock just for the transients. As no
mail will have been distributed Mon
day, and as no clerks will be on duty,
there will be nothing (rained by c.'ilh
-ing for mail.
Most of This Sea
Almost every express brings us fall woolens and
overcoatings until our stock is filled with the sea
son's choicest materials. In addition to that we have
baen very lucky in securing the services of some
first class tailors, thus enabling us to put your suit
out early. :
High Class Tailor to Men and Women f
Our tailors all belong to, the Journeyman Tailors
Union of America, therefore we will be closed all.
.;. . .' , day Labor Day.
A'IT TI?W RT
i.n Viwir-mh s've' fi"'
ri'ROM HEADQl ARTEKa'5 j
Viavi, the o d home remedy for men,
women and children, prevents opera
tions. Mrs. Poor, representative, Ma
rion hotel. ; 8-30
While celebrating the arrival of his
first Ibotn, H. D.. Leo, Korean proprie
tor of the noodle house en Commercial
stroetncloscd his place of business to
receive the proper congratulations front
his acquaintances. During his absence,
a thief entered his- noodle keuso and
curried away. $13.). All this happened
1' iulav afternoon between the hours o
2 and S o'clock. . -
. NotwitlistandlngVeportsto contrary-
Kov ilrcmiuer, . uejity; gaaie warden,
savs that women who wanMo go hunt
ing arter gnme, musi taie yui mint
ing license, just Jike a man, jnd it
will cost $1.5U. However,' the law mak
ers were courteous to women when
(hey mudo the fishing laws and now
if nnv woman wishes to fish that it,
iby hook nnd line, commonly called ang
ling she has that privilege and no
game warden nvay ask her to produce
a license. The state law says that-' all
persons" who want to hunt game, must
take out license.
There has been no great rush in talc- J
ing out hunting nnd fishing licenses.
During the pust week resident hunters
licenses have beeu issued to the fol
lowing: IB. H. Dinger, H. L. Marsters,
S. ,, Marsters, I. R, Hammer, Carrie
L.. Hammer, John P. Curtiss, it, II Van-
dervort, A. J. Gregg and John K. Bnn
gert, Combination hunting, and fishing
licenses havo been issued tg C.A. Stur
gis. Anglers licenses have been issued
to J. O. M'athis, Karl R. Van Nuys and
i o';' : ''
The Conrad Ereba farm of 177 acres
near. Hoijniere, wasT'old- at 'sheriff's
sale -this morning for . lfl,268.6f. The
mirchasers were Bobort l Haekit of
jIBrookg and A. K. Harris living near
iflrooks. The -farm - was sold on a sher-
,Jff s sale, on a judgment and foreclosi
ureiin. a suit entitled the Allinnco Trust
company -versus onrad nnd - Laura
Krebs. The trust company's total inter-
est.ju the farm amounted to something
o,ver $16,000. i.-
Members of the Bebekab lodge are
requested to attend the funeral serv
"ie,es of Airs. Mollie U. iJigham which
will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afterr
noon at the chapel of Webb &. Clough,
Boxy Jones, now of Portland but a
former resident of Salem along in the
90's, is looking over the city today.
He is in the telephone service and left
Salein in 1893, but visited the city
again in 1905 when the telephone head
quarters were moved from North Com
mercial street to the present headquar
ters. - , '.
Hogs dropped $3 a hundred today in
the Portland market and this of course
will mean a drop of that much in the
local market as Salem figures are con
trolled by tho Portland quotations.
This sudden drop in dJortland follows
the : decline in price in Chicago a few
T. L. Davidson of Indian Hill farm,
left enough peachcB at th Capital
Journal to gorge the whole news staff
aim mecuuuicai lurutr nnu men duiiic.
this year are the finest wo have seen
mi the market and he has a big crop.
. O r
Thomaa Harrison, a prominent citi
zen in tho Ocrvaiis neighborhood died
at his home near Parkcrsville Wednes
day night after an illness of several
months at the age of titt years. He is
survived by a widow and several grown
children. The funeral services were
held today according to the ritual of
the Odd- Fellows at Pioneer cemetery.
There are plenty of jobs for book
keepers and good stcnos, W. I. Staley
said today. Just at present he has four
good jobs to offer outside of ftalem.
paying all the way from $70 to 125 a
month. These jobs refer especially to
j-ouug women who can spell correctly
and are competent.
The funeral services of Mrs. Mollis
B. Bigham who died at Medford Aug.
27, will be held Sunday afternoon at
2 o'clock from the chapel of Webb
'lough. The services will be conducted
by rtic v. Lt'laud Porter, assisted by
members of Salem Kebekah lodge No.
1. Burial will be in the Odd fellow
Thieve) wer heard in the rear of
the Clifford Brown home the other eve
nine. A partr living at the Washing
ton hotel (formerly the Dill house)
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:'M ItflV ft-'. :-
"WINNING HIM BACK"
A DELIGHTFUL COMEDY
heard the burglars arteVgave the alarm
to them by slamming a door and then
turning on a light. The thieves tnen
sfffcly mado their . departure.. It is
thought they Were arter the Brown au
tomobile. Chief Varney suggests that
it would help much if people would
just take a little more care in locking
thoir doors. Also to notify the police
when things look wrong or when some
thing has happened.' . ' -
v At a sheriff's sale this morning the
second mortgage on 132 acres oS land
in the Waldo hills was sold for $31ti.0!
to George Harvey. The suit un'ler
which the foreclosure ' was held was
entitled George Harvey versus Texanna
Kogcrs and her husband J. M. Hogers.
Texanna Hogevs, whoso home was in
Portland, died a few weeks ago. The
,'udgmeiit on the oiiginal second mort
gage was for $194 but the expense of
tho foreclosure, dun to the long legal
descriptions of the land amounted to
In connection with the Labor day ex-
ercisen Monday morning, the boy scouts
of the city will havo a unique and im
pressive little cercnionyy. The boys
have gathered up during the past few
months a large collection of old discard
cd and tattered " United States flags,
which according to their code of ethics
it is not proper to relegate to thokrag
bag or the garbage heap. They hold
that the only proper method of dispos
ing, of a discarded flag is to burn it in
a respectful way. In view of this the
boy scouts will have, an altar erected
in the coliseum at , tho fair grounds
next Mondav evening, and upon this al
tar the old flugs will be .burned, with
a brief ritual and addsess by one of
our local speakers. The ceremony will
ibe in charge of Harold Cooke and
Clyde C. Nilcs.
BAKKB At her home in Turner on
the evening if Aug. 28, 1919, Mrs.
Eliza. Baker at tho aae of 81. years.
Shois the widow of William B. Bak-
m. .-.-! -.-. ', "' ,,...,-..-.,-.;.....,..
The funeral servu-es will be held &
the home in Turner, Hiinday mornijig at
11 o'clock. Burial will be in the Twin
Oak cemetery... 4
HOLLAiM) At onc.,cif the cilv hospit
als, Aug. 29,' 1919, Mrs. Macel Hol
land, at tho age of 27 years.
She was the wife of Nile Holland,
living nine miles northwest of Salem.
IBesiries . her husliand. slie Is survived
by two children and her mother, Mrs.
Elizabeth iMrhoff of Portland.
The funeral service will be held
10:30 o'clock Monday morning at ihe
Zena church and will ho conducted by
the1 Rev. A. R. Bell. Burial will be in
the Zena cemetery.. . . ... .....
Constipation npscts the entire sys
tem causing serious illnessc. to the
human family. DohH worry-Hollis-tcr
' Rocky Mountain Tea will drive
out constipation,, regulate the bowels,
tone the stomach, - purify, eleanre..
Without fail give it a thoro. trial, 35c..
D. J, Fry.
WIN IN PIG JUDGING
Oliver Fuesfcian AndiHomer
; Bray To Represent Oregon
At Spokane. "
; Marion county won the contest iti pig
judging, in competition with all eounties
in. the stnto and the. two boy stlectcff
will leave tomorrow for Spokane to at
tend tluj livestock association of , the
northwestern states. ,
The two boys who won and who made
tho best score on all points oil judging
tho merits ef pigs are Oliver i'licstman
of the Bethel -school, si miles cast of
the city, and Homer Bray, of. the Au
burn school just west of the asylum.
Both bovs are members of tlic United
States National bank pib club. w
,L. J. Allen, stute pig club lender, who
has been Bpcnding tho past three weeks
i.l the state sizing up end marking con
testants for this judging, was in the
city two days cf this week and took a
nuuiber of tho most promising pig club
boys and tried them out on judgh.g pigs
at the feeble minded institute and else
where. . :. '- '" : f V': '
The two boys chosen to represent Ore
gon will bo cared for at the boys' and
girls' canip at Spokamie and have all
their expenses paid during the week
and traveling expenses. They will judge
pigs, entering into competition with pig
club boys chosen by California, Idaho
Colonel John Leader has at sundry
times been indicated as something of an
alarmist during the war period but it
must be admitted that few mun in the
west have been in better position to
judge of national situations, Hence Ms
statements, in appreciation of thcPre
gon Homo Guards arc well .worth con
sidering. In a recent letter to Govern
on Olcott he recalls tho revelations of
Gorman plans to invado the const tonn
try by- way of Mexico, and goes on to
sayr .... u ...
"I do not think that any reufonublo
man can now question tho fact tiiat it
was proposed by the German1 to 'Bcl
giumize' Oregon last July, certainly no
soldier could, doubt it, and there can
also bo very little doubt that Oregon
w.'.s saved owing to nearly 10,000. of hor
citizen outside tho draft ages springing
to arms and going through all the drudg
ery of making themselves into etiiciont
fighting men.- - ; :
"I can cortainly testify to the very
remarkable cfieieucy which they attain
ed. Jy. their hard. work. .w And I have no
doulit whatever.; in. :iny . mind but -that
tho reports from German agoitts here to
that effect to their headquarters in
Mexico saved tho state from the honors
of an invesion. " 1
. The state highway commission has
proposed to macadamise the stretch of
highway between Bend nnd Koumoud,
on the Dalles-California route, providing
the county will prepare the roadbed,
which will r coat approximately 00,000.
The Bend: Comniercial club liis taken up
Pollowii'ig tho series, of communica
tions between tho governor's office and
the Oregon delegation at Washington
with regard to the removal of tho air
plane fire patrol bases from riulem and
Roseburg to Eugene, Colonel H. It, Ar
uold of the California flying field, has
wired tho war department to tiic effoct
that the patrol service in Oregon had
boon made nioro efficient and ecououu
cal by tho centering of the planes at
Eugene, nnd pointing to the fact that
on account of their greater speed the
DcHavilands were capable of covering
the entire territory from the contrai
One-Armed Soldier Held
For Killing Bartender
San Francisco, Aug. : .10. Cnitect
Press.) Quartermaster Sergeant Waller
C. Ford, who lost an arm fighting the
Germans in France, was arrested today
as a suspect in the murder yesterday of
Otto Wunderlish, bartender at The
Ford was arrested when, ho appeared
at the Presidio. Ho will be charged
Wunderlish told friends a one-arm
soldier hud stabbed him. Wunritvlish
died from the effects of a deep razor
cut that opened hi throa't and langcd
downward across his left breast and un
der his arm.
Fire Near Cooper City
Threatens Forest Reserve
Portland, Or., Aug. 30 Report which
have been received here show that the
forest" fire in the vicinity of Cooper
City, Wash., has assumed serious pro
portions. Unless the blnzc is clerked
it will soon be into Yncolt nutioiiai for
The fires in the immediate vicinity
of Portlaud have been eoutrollcd. The
most serious blaze in Oregon now is the
Fall Creek fire in tho Cascade reserve.
A new fire i.i the Santiam national
forest is burning serioiislv. It rs feared
that it will spread to alarming propor
tions. Rains are speeded to stop fire menac
ing a large district northeast of W hito
Salmon,, Wash. .
New York. ''High rents and no
liquor," were the reasons given by Ru
manians who stood in line all day await
ing passport to take them borne.
Quick Reference To Firms That Girts Service On Short
v Where Buyer And Seller RIee(We : s
? Recommend Our Advertisers. :
Salem Eleetrie Co., Masoni Tample,
Expert machine shop servf by Mr.
Bergman at high sehw. machine
shop. IS years experience. Gear But
ting a specialty. High class machine
tools,; Quick service. Phone 446. 8-15
DR. L. HALJj WlLiSON-i-Spe-ciaUst
in the Modern Scientific
Annlinntinn of Glasses for the aid of
vision and the relief of Eyestrain and
Headache. Office closed Saturdays.
cet-a 91(1-211 IT. S. Bank building.
Phones, office 143; res. 1244.
car ot . ..
Chinese Medicine and Tea On.
Has medicine whieh will euro any
Opon Sundays from 10 A. VL
. until 8 P. M.
: 153 South High 8t.
Salem, Oregon ' Phone 232
W. T. RIGDON fe OO.
252 North High Street
PORTLAND CARMEN GRANTED
12 PERCENT WAGE INCKBAaK
New York. Auiu, 12. (United Press)
Tho war labor board late today grant
ed a flat wage increase or lis percent,
for employes of traetton linos in Port
land, Or., Jiast t. WU1S ana iu viutu
ty of Cleveland. The increase it was
stated, was based on tho increased cost
of living. -'
TU PmxM Innrnal I
Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft white No. 1 -V- a
Peed oats - ;..:i......-i....--------c
Milling oats- , - -
Hay,, choat, new .-.
Hayi oats, new
Creamery butter HS)o
nuLuiunt ................ . . .,f.
ForK, veal ana
Pork on foot
irnl fanov '.
Spring lambs ""Jti
Sheep, yearlings -
Eggs nd Poultry
Old rooator -
Heavy Springs .:......:..-,....'...-,.
New potatoes ,.........
;.. .... 20c
Green onions do
Onions, per sack
VT m i t mmA . uuMW
Bunch, beet ... w,.--Je
";;""";. , 45c
Ketall r rices,
Country butter ..
Flour, hard wheat fo.iwgi.t")
Portland, Or., Aug. 30. Butter, city
Eggs selected local cx omujoia
Cheese, triplets 36(g;8c 1
DAILY UVB BTOO KMABKET
Receipts 33. ;.
Tone of market steady
'. Good to choice stcors 1010.50
Fair to good steers 7.508.50
. Cnmman to fair steors (77.50
Choice to aood cow and , hoifer
Medium to Kood cow and heifer
dinners $3(3 5
Bulls 0(tt17 . . ' '
Calves 101? 1
Hog . ";":.:; :
Tono of market lowor ,
Prime mixed 17.50(ff,18
Medium mixed WQ 17-30,. ... v
Bough heavies $U.30ultt'- ; - '
Pigs 14.50(515 '.,. ,.
Bulk ! 17,301 ' . ' '.. , ,
. v j .Sheep i i ) j
Receipt. "2-'.v -
Tone of market steady
Prima lambs !2.o0(f 13.23
Fair to medium lambs 1 11.5012.50
127 North .High
Call 398. Highest prices paid .foe ,
junk, second hand, good and. machfca
ery. Be sure and oall 398, get the rlgM
pricea. The Bquare deal house, .
271 Chemeketa 8U , Salem, Ox:
WHY SELL FOR LESS? f
We will pay you more cash for yow
household goods. Got our bid before) ''
you mil. People Furniture and HaxaV '
ware Store, 871 N, Com. St. Phoa .
734, " ..'" :
NO CASH BEQUIREIV-Good evereefcl
shoes and. suits, all Kinds or
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heaV
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit case as
1000 other Useful articles to sell f.
trade. What havo yout The Capital ;
Exchange 337 Court St. Phone M ;
YOUR used furniture, stoves, earpett s
and tools, as we pay fair price mj .
everything. Call 947
CAPITAL HARDWARE PUBITb
TUBE 00. . ,
285 N. Com'l St.
l RENOVATE, block and trim lsdie, .
aad mou'a hats at 1917 prioet, aa,
; better work; material i aowee, hat ;
are cxpemive, what 's tho anwTl
. 0. B. Ellsworth, 495 Court St., Sai"
lem, Or. - .. .... '
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIR M
SO years experience, Depot NatiMal
and American fence.
Sizes 28 to 68 In. high n . T
Paints, oil and varnish,' et. f
Boganiberry and hop hook. ' i . .
Salom Fenea and Stove Work, ,
250 Court street. Phone f24.
SALEM 80AVENER-wGarhjga aa
refuse of all kinds removed en moat
ly contracts at reasonable rat
: Cesj pool cleaned.: Dead animal r
moved. Office phone Main 167.
MONK TO LOAN ;
On Good Real Estate Security . . '
- TH08. K . FORD - 1 . I
Over Ladd Bushtankj Salsm Orsgoef
FEDERAL FARM LOANS Oft per.
cent interest. Prompt aerviee. M
year tiuie Fedoralfbrra loaabod4
for sale. A. C. Bohrnstedt, 401 Ma
sonic Temple. Salem, Oregon.
INSURANCE CODNCiij For free U
formation about Life Insurant M
J. F. HutcHason, dist. masegw fs)
the Mutual Life of N. Y., oifie
371 State "St., Salem, Or. OtfiM
phone 99, residence 1396. J
Onr Prices are Right
W. M. ZANDLER. Prenrlrtot '
12B8 N; Bummer Street, Salem, Orfl
KNIGHTS Or PYTHIAS MJSET A" i
MoCornack hall on every ruewajp, ;
at 8. Walter Lenon, 0. C, P. Jt ;
Kunti, K. R. ft 8.
ROYAL Neighbor of Americ, Or ;
goa Grape camp jno. irfou mces nwi ,)
Thursday evoning in McCornaek hjUl
Elevator scvice. Oracle, Mr. C
rie E. Bunnj 648 Union St; memm :
der Mrs. Melissa Person, Ml J" f
4th" St. Phone 1430M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assess
bly No. 84 meet first ThuroV 4
each month at 8 p. m. in Msoi4
Tomple. Gle C. Nile, M. A.J a A,
Vibbort, eeretary, 340 Owen Util
MODERN WOODMEN. OF . AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No, 5248,met ,
every Thursday evening at 8 o'eloeat
in ilcCornack building Court aa
' Liborty treeta. W. M. Person, V.
C.: Frank A. Turner, clerk.
ALEM WATER COMPANY Of fie
corner CommercU,. and Trade (treett,
.Bill payabl monthly in advanf. ?
Out of 69 student in the pnrm3
department of the University. i Wa.
ington this year, 80 are wo"-
To replace, the old building
burned, the chool district of Empiws,
in Coo county, ha voted fund ot
18,000. . ... , t.
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