Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 01, 1919, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1919.
PAtfE SEVEN
The Famous Bathing Beauties
IN PERSON-CLASSY CHICKS IN CLEVER COSTUMES HERE IS ONE OF
THEM
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THE
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Dimpled I
Dancing II
Damsels
6 Stylish A
Swimming J
Songsters
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6 Maidens L
Perfect V
Poses
6 '- Blonde A
Brunette I
.Bathing II
"Beauties V
AND THERE ARE FIVE MOKE OF THEM JUST AS1 '. ! -
" GOOD TO LOOK AT
THE GIRLS THAT SETTHE STYLE FOR THE PACIFIC COAST
A SHOW THAT WILL BLOCK
STATE STREET WITH THE
CROWDS.
THAT'S THE WAY THEY
DRAW WHEREVER
THEY SHOW
SEE BOB FINLEY
THE FAMOUS COMEDIAN DI
RECT FROM THE SENNETT
STUDIOS t
HE APPEARS IN PERSON
WITH BATHING BEAUTIES
I
. ;? 1 NOTHING TO OFFEND THE MOST CRITICAL
A LAUGH FROM CURTAIN TO CURTAIN FUN SINGING-
ADMISSION: Adults 30c, War Tax Included DANCING
TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
M G Hs T h e attire
Tomorrow 'Wednesday and Thursday
B
OPPOMillY KIMS
AT DOORS OF SALEM
V
Development Of Dehydration
industry Held Big Thing
For Ceiitrai Valley.
Spooking of the Salem King's Prod
uct company .aud what has happeued to
what was formerly the Wittenburg-kiiig
Products company and the new deal that
i now on, a prominent business man
hb has investigated, lias expressed the
opinion that opportunity; is knocking
must awfully hard at the doors of Salcoi
and almost everys body is asleep aud no
one nears.
uuas- n wp omsino parties umio saw
the great possibilities of devliuration
and..tha parnnts owned by the Saloni
IUn&s Product company and that it
was outside parties, backed bv tlie Ladd
& Tilton bank of Portland, and ail that
bank stands for, that is now proceeding
to pufc-Salem oa the map with a Quarter'
of. a- million dollar national advertising
unmpaign ting tall.
'Tho business'iiir of Salem is ehartrnd
with a movement that bears all tho ear
marks of tho" biggest step' forward this
city have ever taken, industrial aim
commercially," he said. "It iS ciiarac
'teristiii of a people not to see or know
the big 'tilings' right at homo and for
this reason, it .is tho far seeing man
from tho outside that conies in and at
tempts to show people their possibili
ties, i .; " ;
"The great movement that is iiow on
to devolup a- tremendous dehydration
center through the medium of the Salem
Jong's' ..Products company shows 'what
tne Outside man saw and which was not
wen - by those living in the city. Far
seeing men, associated with the Ladd &
Tilton bank of Portland , have come to
Salem and made known what may be
eventually one of tho greatest industries
of the country dehydration. A number
of progressive Sulcm men have heard
the knocking of opportunity, and have
become associated with tho financial in
terests now back of dehydration.
t' Dehydration and Salem, Oregon, will
within a few months, bo known all ovor
the world through the medium of nation
al advertising thutrill. reach the read
ers oi nmxazuics witn a montuly circtl
liition of ,006,000y Conservative adver
tisers figure five readers to each maga
zinc, and tha; first big gun in- the ad
vertising of Salem: and. dehydration will
bo in the. double page colored advertise
ment of. 'the Saturday Evening I'ost of
October 4. . i '
"Dehydration means taking thc,ater
out of fruit and vegetables, placing
sanio in. convenient enrtou and then
through tho patented process, enabling
the housoepers throughout the United
States to servo fruits; and vegetables
with exactly tho original fresh fi&vor.
-: uenynraiKin means that Salem is
oventuallv to hav one of the lurgest
plants invthe fnite'd St jtes and that this
part of the valley, will bo the best ad
vertised valley in the wholo country.
"The only thing that can hold back
the rtcvolopment of a"ij immense plant in
Huloni,. is tho question as to vhetlier
tlie farmers will pioduco the fruits and
vegetables. The men backing the plant
have tho captial and, confidence in the
future of dehydration,; but in order to
develop, there must be the acreage and
una question or ncieac WUJ De put up
squarely to the bpsiuess men and farm
ers this fall and winter."
BIG FIGHT 1$ IIAIII
TOPIC IN BRITIAN
Interest Keen In Battle Be
tween Beckett And Mc
Gorty Tonight
London, fjept. 1. Fight talk was the
main topic of London sporting copver- J
sation today on the eve of one ot ti."
greatest boxing shows ever, stag( 1 In
Kngland.
Interest became acnto with thf t r
v Biination of training in the cam i .
Joe Beckett, the British heavy V!-!?
ehampioa aiid Ikldic Jfcflorty tht
erican soldier-scrapjer, who are to t- -tomorrow
night 'in a 20-rouni l.- .'
which will feature a card iacl ; '.;
two British champions, a ir'ionch. i.
Jjun; two Amoricani aud a erack ,-,-ish
heavyweight.
Dallas Boy Goes To j
France For.'i't
Dalias. Sept.", 1. William Bo; '
eon cf-JIr. and Mrs. James. Ug :.- .
f this city left Dalian thi n
for Cnntrea, France, where he w
J a Freaeh wirl he mrt duriag I s;
Mr. iBovdston was a nieiuiier of the
Third Oregon band and vas station
ed in France near Centres for . more
than a year. It wasdierc he fell in love
with a little rraneft girl and when he
separated from her to return with the
Oregon boys he swore that he would re
turn some day and marry her and bring
her to the United States to live. He
started Saturday morning to make good
his promise.
Mince his return to Dallas Jlr. Boyd
ston has been working in the shipyards
of Portland but gave up his .position
last neeit ami returned to his home
here to make preparations for his trip
to Friinie.
Mr. .Boydston while stationed in
France made a special slody of the
r ance made a special study of the
jently. IJo also took a. special course
i music at a cQuservatory in that coun
toy,
Afr. Boydston and his. bride, expect to
-rturn to this city, to make tlioir home
-nnetiino the latter' part of -the year, .
ro!lag Man Buys Lincoln County Hanch
(Jeorge Wcdekind, a former 1'uptain
a the American army in .France and
fho recently returned from abroad,
his weeK -urchased a 70 acre dairy
ant-h in Lincoln county near the town
if Waldjiort and will leave the first of
he coming week to take possessioa of
he same. Mr. Wedeaind returned the
first of the week from a business trip
ro Idnhu wherc he formerly resided.
Mrs. Wcdekind and little daughter will
eontitnie to make their home in Dallas
unrtl after the, first of the ycar-
Blr 108 Acne Bancs Sold
K. X. Keeney, one of the most prom
inent farmers and noultrymen in Polk
county this week dixpored of his big
100 acre farm near Smithfield to Wm.
Oarbutt aud late this fall will move
with his family to Monmouth where he
will make his home. The Keeney farm
is one of the 'best ranches in tlie Smith
field community and is in a high state
of cultivation. .
Sir. and Mrs. Paul Hunter and Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. ('rider returned this
week from an automobile trip through
Washington.
' Misses Xrfla Ooad and Alice Grant,
teachers in the (Portland public, schools,
left .Friday for. tho metropolis to take
up their duties next Tuesday with the
opening of the institutions of fearnin;;.
Miss Loid Cobb who has been the
guest pf relatives in Dallas' thi week,
haa returned to her home in Portland.
B. ,A. Booth and W. L. Thompson of
the state highway commission -and
State Engineer H. L, Nunn, were busi
ness, visitors in Dallas last week.
District Attorney and Mrs. E. K. Pi.
asecki were capital city visitors the
first of last week,, ..
Charles Bilyeu, proprietor of the Gail
hotel was Portland business visitor
several dajxt last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Starr of Portland
were guests at the home of Mr. and
Jilr F. H. Morrison in Dallas last week
' Mr. aud Mrs. R. U. Stcelquist of Al
bany were Dallas visitors this week.
The Steelquists Were formerly resi
dents of this eitv.
State Treasurer and Mis. O. P.- Hoff
of Salem were guests of Dallas friends
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry .Price of Oregon
City were guests at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs.'C. L, Crider last week. Mr.
Price was-formerly a Dallas 'business
man.
J, A. Griswold a prominent Falls
City business man, was a Dallas busi
ness visitor Thursday. . ,
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORE
National
(Morning gamo)
Boston-New York postponed, rain.
jPhiladeilphiali- Brooklyn p.ostponod,
rain .
' ' ' B. II. E.
Pittsburg 4 6 0
St. Louis 5 13 8
Schupp and demons; Cooper and
Schmidt "
Cincinnati 3 7 1
Chicago 4 10 1
Kller and Wingo; Martin and Daly
(Afternoon games)
Boston 2 7 1
New York 3 10 0
Hudolph and Oowdy; Nehf and Sny
der Philadelphia .-. 6 11 1
lirooklyn 4 10 2
Hogg aad Adiims; Pfcffer and
Wheat.
St. Louis l 6 S
Uttsburg . ..'....... 6 8 0
Sherdell and. Clemens; Cooper and
Lee.
COAST BAT ARTISTS
Blue, Portland's Best Eel
Holds Fourth Place In
LeagneAyerages.
San Francisco, Sept. t' Sam Craw
ford is not only leading the Coast lea
gue swatters but is shoving his aver
ago stilL highen The. big Angel 's avcr
aao f 0134- games, is now 73, three
points hotter: than his mark a, week ao.
Kumler of the, Bees is second with
.85, Miller of the Oaks is next with
.335, while Tub Spencof of; the Bees is
hitting .343. " ".'.' " '
' Couipton, who is leading the Seattle
batters jumited three points to .298 and
Blue, the Beavers, Ibatting acp is hit
ting .2T7.
Maggei't is leading the run gotters
and Lane of Oakland is ahead in base
stealing.
' Averagos of Portland aud Seattle
players hitting ,2(i0 or ibotter' follow:
J'laver 1 ' ' "; Pet.
Compton, Seattle .298
Sweeney, Seattle ............' .290
Cunningham; Seattle ..: 282
Blue, Portland .277
Knight, Seattle 274
Walsh, Seattle I......'..!...:............. .272
Siglin, Portland : 271
Vox, Portland- 208
Wisferzeil, Portland .267
Fnrmor, Portland' 267
Dra. Caahatt and Pen1 bt? ton have
moved their office to 508 Bank of
Commerce bldff. Phono 80o. - . 9-'
o -s'
Mexican Say American Has :
Confesstd To Oil Robbenes
Mexico City, Sept. L (United Press)
Federal authorities here declared yes
terday that an American citizen -mimed
Tolley had been arrested at Tamico and
had confessed to complicity in recent
robberies of oil companies. . His con
fession involved other Americans Mex
ican authorities said. "Secretary of
State Bcrlanga issued a statement yeg
torday preliminary to President Cntran-
za's message to congress, which will bo
delivered this afternooji. : .
Berlanga deciiired ,the statcmc-uts of
interventionists that Moxieo was crush
ed and that her salvation was hopless
except through foreign action woio do
void of truth, . This was deinonstmted,
ho said, by the large investmenta being
made constantly by foreign interests;
Joiaa! Vaat Ac!
Quick Reference To Firms That Giro. Service On Shorji
Where Buyer And Seller MeetWe
Recommend Our Advertisers.
EVESTTHIKO ELECTRICAL
Salem Eleetna Co., Masoni Timple, 127 Noitk Hi
Talepboaa:
-Mmi lSOT
HACHIKE SHOP WORK
Expert machine shop aerv by Mr.
sergman. at men schOv. ' macainff
hop. 12 years experience. Gear cut
ting a spocialty. High class machine
tools. Quick service. Phone 444, MS
OPTOMETRISTS.
DR. L. HALL WILSON Spe
cialist in the Modern Scientific
Application, of Glasses for the aid of
vision and the relief, of Eyestrain and
Headache. Office closed Saturdays.
Office 210-211 H. 6. Bank building.
Phones, office 14S; res. 1244.
BEST BUYS.
. 10 acres all in logans, 'iVi miles from
Salem; well and shack, cheap at $5000,
and a good income '
40 acres of best valley loam, good
buildings, dairy barn and silo; priced
below tho market. Look at this one; it
must be sold. '" .,'
' '380'- acre 'lull daJry"with income 'of
1000 per month; 'only $100- -per aero.
Will sell equipped with stock, cheap.
30 .acres at Aumsville, all cleared,
well fenced, now- stock barn, $2350.
$1000 cash. : , .
, 10 acres good loam, 4 acres fruit,
buildings, VI mile school, 2 miles city
limits; price $6300.
ft acres with family orchard, 8 room
house, basement, other buildings, close
to cit limits; only $3500. .
' A snap in prunes and loganberries,
in good location, only $J0O per acre.
See it before its sold.
40 acres best land; good layout for
iruit una location; SIU.oUU,
5 acres, potd, ouildings, 5 minutos
from street car, at school, 73 walnut
trees; uou. - .
10 acres, half cleared, buildings,
good soil, only 4 mile Salem, $2250.
Fine 8 room modern house, basement
furnace, gurago, lot 100 feet by 250
foot, fruit aud shade trees, everything
in first class condition; cost $7500 to
build; owner, must sacrifice to get.
mbnc- soon; $4750. You can't dupli
cate this anywhere.
30 acres all eloarcd, beat valley loam
good house and barn, Vj milca Salom,
$8000.
21 acres 'best dark loam, family or
chard, 8 room house, own water systom
good barn with hayfork, practically in
tne city; in uuti.
f or Best miys see
s S0C0L0FSKY
341 State
f L.M.HUM !
far of
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Oe. t
Haa medicine which will cure any 2
known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 A. 1L
until 8 P. M. . ; ,
. 153 South High St.
Salem, Oregon .. Phone 232
M
mWAIsTEDi
Call 398. Highest prices paid fa
junk, Mcoitd hand goods and amehla
erjr. Be sure and call 398, get the tlgnft
prices. The tquare deal house.
CAPITAL JO CO.
271 Ohemeket St . Salem, Ox.
W. T. BIODON OO.
Undertaken
258 North High Street '
.-.. '.,?.
.
PORTLAND CABMEN OBANTE1X
12 PERCENT WAGE INCBEA8E
New York. Aug. 12. (United Press)
i The war labor board late today giants
ed a. flat wngo increase ot 12 percont
for employes of traction llnea in Port
land, Or., East Bt. Louis and the vicini
ty of Cleveland. The increase it was
stated, was based on tho increasod cost
of living. '
TV
Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
1 omn
Wheat, : soft white No. 1 ; ..,...,,Tr.... $2
Feed oats (......85c
Hailing oats ......... ;i.6
Hay, cheat, new :Jzl
Hay, oats, new ni(oizu
MiU run' .. ...4344
Cincinnati
Chicago
Sallec and Rariden;
Killifer (eight innings)
3
.... 2
Vaughn
and
America
Morning game)
Xew York-Philadelphia postponed, rain
Washington . 1 11 0
Boston 2 ' 8 1
Harper and Charritv: Buth and
Schang
Chicago ., 6 14 1
Uelroit . 0 8 1
'Williams and Hchalk; Dauss, Love
nuu AinsHiun.
(Afternoon games)
New York
Philadelphia ..
Ouinn and
kins
Washington
npston
Buel; Noyes
5 12 0
2 7 3
and Per-
Shaw and (iharrity; Bussell aud Wal
ters
Chicago 5 9 2
Uetroit 13 0
Cicotte and Sehalk; 'Boland and 8ta
nnge -
Cleveland ... ..,... i! 7 0
St. Ijouia 3 8 1
Vhlc and Thomas; Gallia and Sev-CToid.
TODAY
AND TOMORROW
Anita
Stewart
IS
and
-
. Earl .
lliams
in
"From Headquarters"
Other Features, Too
YE LIBERTY
Butteif at.
Buttcrfat
Creamery butter
Font, vai ana
Pork on foot-...
Veal, fancy ....A
8teers
Cows -
Mutton
ere
81Q)62e
Spring. Iambs
Ewes
Shoep, yearlings -
Eggs and Foultry
Eggs, cash
Hens, livo -.
Old roosters
Broilers
Heavy Springs
...19e
22c
... 7(Me
10c
... 435c
...."7e
WHY SELL FOR LESS?
We will pay you more eaati for you. '
household goods. Get our bid befor
you selL People Furniture and Hard
ware Store: 271 N. Com. St. Pho
. 784.
SECONDHAND GOODS
NO 0AS3 REQUIRED -flood evareoef
shoes and suits, all Kind of nnakeor
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, het
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit ease aaft
1000 other Useful articles to sell o
trade. What have youl The eapitaK
Exchange 337 Court St. Phone 498.
WE WANT
YOUR used furniture, etovet, eupeWi
and tools,, aa we pay fair price toa
everythingk Call 947 ' ,
CAPITAL HABDWABE FUBNfc
TUBE OO.
285 N. Com! St.
lists Blocked
I RENOVATE, block and trim ladle
and men' hats at iui7 prices, aaai
better; work; material i acaree, hat
are expensive, what's the answer I
C. B, Ellsworth, 49S Court St., Bar
lent, Or.
STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND BEPAIBJW.
60 years experience, Depot NsttOMtr
and American feace. -Sizei
28 to 88 in. high
Paints, oil and varnish, ete.
Loganberry and hop hooka. : -Salem
Fence and Btovr Works,
250 Court street. Phone i24.
SCAVEGER
3ALKM SCAVENGER Garbage aM
refuse of all kinds removed en moat,
ly contracts at reasonable jtjitjaa
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animate.
moved. Office phone Main 16T.
48c.
2224c
;. 16c
21c
.. .... 20c
Vegetatnee
New potatoes
Green onions do ..............
Onions, per sack
Celery doz -
Tomatoes
3c
40e
; $3.25
$1.00
90c
Iran
Peaches - 75c(S$l
Watermelons .. i?
Changes !'H55-?2
Tmnns. hox J.0HO!O-"
Mnanal r
R. axtmstfld
Cantcloupes $2.75$3.25
Bunch beets . . -
Cabbage 'e
Head lettuee 2e
Carrots . SC
Retail Prices.
Eggs dozen - 50c
Creamery butter . 70c
Country butter "e
Flour, hard wheat .$3.103.25
roruana nuxnt
Portland, Or., Sept. l.-tHuttcr, city
:reamery 6062o
Kggs selected locul ex 5r?
Heus 2228c
Broilers 2526e
Cheese, triplots 36o4c
DAILY LIVE '8TOC K MARKET
Came
Receipts 2400 "
Tone of market lower
Good to choice steors $10(10.50 ',
Fair to good steers $7.50(0)8.50
Common to fair steers 7(i7.50
' Choice to good eowa ana heifers
$li(a7 -
Medium to good cows and hciferj
$fi7
' Oannera $35 ...
Bulla $07
' Calves 1015
Bog
, Receipts 1200
Tone of market steady
Prime mixed $17.50(0) IS
Medium mixed $lH.5i((i 17.50
Rough heavies $15.50(ild -
rigs $14.5015
Bulk $17u 17.50
. ' , Sheep . .
Keeelptt 500Q . Jt .
' Tono of market steady
Prime lambs $12.50(u l.f.2.1
Fair to medium lambs $11.5012.50
Yearlings $7.50(28.50
Wether $7M , f
Ewes $fffi7.50
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Beal. Estate Soeurity
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd k Bush bank; Salem OregsH
FARM LOANS S Hi
FEDERAL
cent interest. Prompt eerviee.
years time. Federal farm loan'bond4
for sale. A. C. Bohrnstedtj, 401
sonic Temple. Salem, Oregon.
WOOD SAW
PHONE 1090B
Onr Prices are Bight
W. M. ZANDLER, Proprietor
1255 N. Summer Street, Salem, Ore lest
LODGE DIRECTORY
KNIGHTS Off PYTHIAS MiTRT A
McCornack hall on every
at 8. Walter Lenon, C. C, P.
Kuntz, K. B. 8.
ROYAL Neighbors of America, Ore
gon Grape camp No. 1360 meet aTRors
Thursday evening in McCornaek ha
Elevator ar'vice. Oracle, Mm, Oai.
rie E. Bunn., 648 Union St; Teeoaa
der Mr. Melissa Person, 1418 Jl
4th" St. Phone 1436M.
UNITED AJ?TI8ANS--eanatal Assem
bly No. 84 meet first Thureday 4
each manh at 8 p. m. in Mnson)
Tantple. Gnu C. Niles, M. A.; C. A,
Tlbbert, sccrtyary, 340 Owens street,
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246,meeta
every Thursday evening at 8 o'elock
in McCornack building Court aid
. Liberty trect. W. M. Peiscaa, V,
C; Frank A. Turner, clerk.
WATBR COMPANY
9ALEM WATER (Jai?ANY OffUtSJ
eorner Commercial and Trade street)
Bills payable monthly is advance. -Phone
604.
Out. nf 60 stndnnta in tne tmasraaal
department of the University al Wftefe
iiigton this year 38 are mnen.
To rcDlace the old buildinc recently
burned, the school district of Empire
in Coos connty, has voted fond ef
Brenbnm,. Texas. When; : WUlia
Wheeler of Hempstead offered a dol
lar a pound for the first Gorman cap
tured by a Walter county boy, Charlca
Hawkins Joined the marinee. Today
Hawkins collected $170,
Keep Inera Hoiae--$i$