Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 23, 1919, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2:1, 1919.
PAGE THREE
ELKS OF SALEM
TO DEMOBILIZE
SERVICE FLAG
.Demobilization of the- Salem . Elks'
service flag and a program of addresses
ad music will be presented by ;Salem
' lodge No. 336, B. P. O. ., Thursday
vening at 8 o 'clock in the coliseum of
tfce state fair grounds.
The entire program is in charge of
J John W. Todd as chairman, with lJan
T. liSiigenberg ;musicai director, C,-J.
Kurth leader of orchestra and Mrs. W.
JIBurghardt, Jr., piano accompanist. ..
Of special interest is this program,
aot only to Elks but to all, due to tho
fact that reference will be made to the
two members of tho lodgo who lost their
Jives in the great war, and to the calling
of the names of the 94 Elks who were in
the service.
- The two members who lost their lives
are Willium L. Miller and A. P. Howe.
Dr. Miller becr.mo a member of to
fc Ealom lodge February 12, 1911, enlist
,. ing in tho service from Saginaw, Mich
igan.. Ho died May 28,. 1918.
Mr. How was initiated into the Sa
lem lodge December 4, 1913, and died
January 20, 1919. He enlisted in the
Canadian service and was one of te
first Salem men to get overseas.
i Following tho demobilization of the
Elks ' service flag Thursday evening,
r the following1 program will be offered:
Orchestra "Beautiful Ohio" .!.Farl
8olo...... Mrs. Imogcne Hardio Brodio
Welcome Home Address.... .:.-.... ..
' - . ........Senator Louis Lachmund
Chorus' ' Mother, Here 's Your Boy ' ' "
: . , Mitchell
John W.Todd and Elks Chorns.
Boll Call and Demobilization
Charles K. Archerd, Exalted Buler
Orchestra ' ' Jneinta ' ' ". :..Tobani
Eulogy The Hour'of Eleven. Taps"..
Dr. W. Carlton Smith.
Solo "The Great Bed Dawn "..Sharpe
1 Albert H. Wile and Elks Chorus.
Orchestra "Cavalry Band" ....Wymau
i : Eloven per cent of the membership of
the Salem Elks lodge wont into the
ervice, a record of which members of
the lodgo are justly proud when h ;s
taken into consideration that . at the
time war was declared, 75 per cent of
the lodge members were over draft age.
While all are not yet out of the sers ice,
H is estimated that fully three-fourths
kive returned to their civilian duties, t
Dont
FAIL TO SEE THE
Fordson
FARM TRACTOR
AT THE
State Fair
OISON OAK
Wash with weak solu-
ii .. tion of blue stone or
lime water, dry thor
oughly, follow with light appli
cation of
TUCKS VAP0R1
"YOUR BODYGUARD" -30f.60rVfl.20
Fancy Vetch. Seed ...
.': Recleaned Oats
Recleaned Cheat Seed
X. Fancy Grass Seeds .
mm
Farm
FOR FALL PLANTING
All grain and seeds are cle'aned in first class shape
.before offering on the market. You will always find
our prices the lowest on the market on
HIGH GRADE SEEDS T ; ;
? D: A. White & Sons
' 255 State Street,
The following is a complet; list of
Klks from the Salem lodge wh... were in
the service: . -.1.
P. Alexander, Robert Ankeny. ;
' Kenneth. J. Brown, Thos. T. Buell, Hon
i Barth, Boy D. Byrd.
. Jonn H. Carson, H. O. Claneey, Harry
E. Clay. "
Robin D. Day, W. H. Doolittin, ijjoige
P Downing, C. P. Durdall, Jay Wiggins,-Jr.-
" H. J, Eberly, O. L. Edwi.rds.
' Ivan L. Farmer, B. I. Fenne, W. O.
Fisher.- . . . v
J. H. Garnjobst, George P. Griffith.
George E. Halvorsen, E. B. Hamilton,
Richard E. Harbert, B. L. Hardcnbrook,
N. W. Harroun.
. Murray L. Hart, Paul B. Hofer, F. Ii.
Hunter, G. H Hunter.
. Earl Lo Boy Jenks, Melville S. Jones.
Sidney D. Jones. ,'.-,. . . .'
Walter Kirk, C. J. Korinek.
O. A." La Course, Coral Lake, F. S.
Lamport, Merill S. Lamport, Harry M.
rLevy, Irwin W. Lewis, F. D. Lewis,
Ralph W. Lindsay. .
Jas. W. Mott, F. E. Mangis, .Hugh C.
McCammon, Ivan G. McDnniel, 0. L.
McDonald, H: J. Mclring, W. L. Miller,
L. H. Mott.
C.B. O'Neill, H.N. Ord.
E. M. Page, Leo G. Page, Fred H.
Paulus, George B. Paulus, Mem Pearco,
William Perlich, M. D. Pilkenton, C. S.
Piper, B. E. Pomeroy, A. B. Pratt,
Wayno Price, Bex I. Putnam. - .
Chas. Z. Randall, Milb Rasmussen,
Lloyd T. Bigdon. ;
Herbert W. Savage, F. W. Schwas,
Frank M. Simon, S. S. Skif f , W. E. Sla
ter, B. C. Small, W. Carlton Smith,
Waltor L. Spaulding, Conrad Stafrin, L.
B. Stoelhammer.
A. E. Tamiesie, Clyde- J. Thomas,
Walter L. Tooze, Jr. , ;
Ed B. Vrosko, Martin Viesko. -WL
S. B. Welch, A. J. Wcngor, L. H. Wen
gor, Balph E. Wildors. J..F. Williams,
Horace A. Wilsono, H. L. Windus, Thos.
C, Wood, Thos. G. Work.
: Jas." B. Young.
"Gets-It" Peels Off
Corns Painlessly
Off They Come Like Banana Skin. 2
Or 3 Drops, That's All
There's a murderous, painful way to
get rid of corns and then there is the
peaceful, glorious ''peel-it-off " ''Gets
It" way. After you have tried ''Gets
ft ' you will say ' ' Never again ' ' to all
CtUT QuUUt "CUA"pMbhl --a.
other methods. ' This is because :i Getsf
It" is the only corn remover on earth
that makes corns peel off just like a
banana skin. Two or three drops will
do the work,withQut fussing or trouble.
Yeu apply it in 2 or 3 seconds. It dries
immediately. ''Gets-It !' does the rest,
without bandages, piasters, blood-bringing
knives or razors. Get rid of that
corn-pain at onee, so that you can work
and play withont corn torture. Be sure
to use ."Gets-It". It never fails.
"Gets-It, the only sure, guaranteed,
moaoy-back corn-remover, costs but a
trifle at1 any drug store. M'f 'd by E.
Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111.
Sold in 8alcfa and recommended as
the world 's best corn remedy by-J. C.
Perry, D. J. Fry, Win. Neimeyer and
Capital Drug Store. (adv.)
' The state board of dental examiners
reported that 72 persons were licensed
during the vear ending March 31, 1919,
to practice-dentistrv in Oregon, and
that licenses of Dr. A. C. Froom of
Bend, Dr. Erick Starke of Aurora and
Dr. E.'N. North of Portland were re
voked.
Plans for Lausanne hall, the Willam
ette university women 's dormitory,
were approved.
. . Mixed Vetch Seed
Recleaned Wheat
Recleaned Rye
, Fancy Clover Seed
Salem, Ore.
Seeds
TO RECOVER ON BONDS
Tho Aetna Casualty & Surety torn
nany has brought suit against the-firm
of Hall & Soleim, the First National
Bank of Eugene and the state highway
commission.
In the complaint it is alleged that
Hall & Soleim contracted with the state
highway commission for the construction
of a road between Comstock and Leona
for the sum of $28,972.50, That the
casualty company went on the firm 's
, bond and that the firm defaulted Aug.
Z2, 1918. .... . . -
The state highwnv commission do
manded of the plaintiff that fulfillment
of the., contract, which was complied
with at an expense of $2354.12, it Is' at-'
leged. It is also claimed that the high
way commission has on deposit. $1700
! return from Hnll & Soleim as a percen
tage on the contract. .
It is also alleged that the .First Nn
'tioiiRl bank of Eugene financed Hall &
. Soleim and that on August 1. 1918, it
confiscated a warrant for $2700, the
property of Hall & Soloim, and that as
the firm did not have the use of this
(money, it failed to fill the contract and
defaulted. ' ..'".''
I The casualty company asks the court
for a decree awarding it the $1700 now
I held by tho state highway commission.
a judgment fo- $2354.12 against Hall
i Soleim and a deficiency judgment
! against the First National bank of Eu
gene. .
An Easy Way
To Reduce Flesh
Drink Hot Water and Take Tassco
Haven't you often wished for a med
icine to reduce your fleshf Something
that does not reauire - dietinu nr na.
isthenicsf Well, right here you have it
in 5-grain tassco tablets, which you
mav secure at Perrv's Dnin Stnvn
iThev are bleasant to tnke. nvftiv
harmless and cause no restrictions of
uw.v ui canii, uiiu reuuee tne ncsn,
little by little, until you are down to
the number of pounds you wish to
Weigh. TOO much flcah i linfloaii-oihlo .
as most quite stout people will readily
admit, and it detracts from one's good
appearance; makes one clumsy and
snort of breath. . .
There isn't anv rejinnn . vhv nnvnna
should be too stoirt, when there 's this
much tried, perfectly satisfactory rem-
aAr ni tnR... ' ll O m . -l
vj i, a xrug oiuie. lassco xao-
lets (don 't forget the name) are reo
ommended. hv'iihvsicinna nnil r omqv.
anteed ' to be perfectly harmless. Re
fuse substitutes, if you can not come
uui oiuic, wo win man xassoo to you.
. - .-. (Adv.)
Fight For Coast League
Pennant Narrows Down To
San Francisco, Sept. 23. With the
Angels in the lead of . ernon by a game
and a half, the next to the last week 's
series started today in the : Pacific
coast league.
The outlook is favorable for the Se
raphs, who meet the tail end Seattle
club, at tho northern city, while the
Eors wU have nio twijthsrhnd the
heavy assaults of the Salt Lake Bees
at Los Angeles. The Bengals and the
Bees broke even in the series just fin
ished at ttie Mormon city.
Oakland and San Francisco, occupy
ing sixth and fifth places, respective
ly, enter their last home week in the
bay district. .
The Yippcrs will spread their noise
in Portland, the latter cluib just having
covered itself with glory by taking
four of the six games with the Bainiors
McElrojfs Jazz Band Will
Furnish Music For Dances
, Featuring J. Carl Lorraine : and J.
Sylyesto, musicians said to possess ex
ceptinal ability, McElroy's jazz orches
tra of Portland will offer music for 8a
lem's dancers every night of fair weea
at the Salem armory.
A delight to exponents of the tern
sichorcan art, Mr, Lorraine, who handles
the drumb and juggles traps for Mr.
McElroy's' musicians, is said to have
created quite a sensation in Portland
end other towns of the state where he
has appeared.
Mr. Sylvesto, who has played before
thousands in the United Sttacs, Is de
clared -to be a wonderful player of the
accordian. ' '
A large crowd of Salem residents and
visitors attended the opening dance at
thc armory last night. Free dancing was
allowed from eight to nine o'clock.
Woman's Case Amazes Salem
. A business man's wife could not
sew or read without sharp pains in
her eyes. For years her, eyes were red
and weak. Finally she tried simple
witchhauel, camphor, Hydrastis, etc,
as mixed in. Lavoptik . eye wash. The
result produced' iy a cingle bottle
amazed everyone. We guarantee a
small bottle Lavoptik to help AXY
CASE Weak, strained or inflamed eyes.
Aluminum eye cup FREE. J. C. Perry,
drussist 115 South Commercial. (Adv.)
. The Beauty
if The lily
can be your. Its
wonderfully pore.
toft, pearly white ap
pearance, free from all
blemishes, will becom
parable to the perfect
beauty of your skin and
complexion if yoa will u:
HOP PICKING TO END
THIS WEtK IN VALLEY
Hop yards owners say that, tho pick
ing will end this week,, and taking ev
erything into consideration," even the
few days of rain, the season has been
a most satisfactory one in this part of
the valley.
Although there fas some reports of
mold, growers say there was none what
ever in this part of the valley and the
reports of mold were really from a few
Washington yards which suffered In
this respect.
The Livesloy yards will finish picking
this week:- Early in the season pickers
were paid in cash, but the .past weeit
all payments were by check, to. avoid
possibility of ' dissatisfied outsiders to
help themselves to the payroll before it
had been distributed.
The yield is estimated at just an av
erago but the hops are in fiuo condition
due to the favorable weather since tho
first three or four days of rains. Al
though much was said about strikes, the
Livcsley yards wero tied up only one
day and as soon as. the few dissatisfied
ones were compelled to leave the yards,
work went on as usual. Tho picking
price per box has been through tho sea
son 60 cents ,although a. few days ago
an offer was made of 75 cents. ...
Taking everything into consideration,
growers say the hop picking season and
tho hop situation in this part of tho
valley has been most satisfactory.
Japan's "Colonel House"
Gives "Keep Cool" Advice
Tokio, Sept. 20. (United Press)
"Keep c,ool!"
That was the advice given tiis coun
trymen Jby Kenzo Adachi, 'the "Col
onel House" of Viscount Kato and
credited as one of Japan's shrewdest
politicians, when he returned from a
tour of Europe and the United States.
Outbreaks against Japan now occur
ring regularly in the United States, he
said, were merely for political effect
with, the presidential election in mind.
The republicans in the senate, he said,
do not represent the majority of Am
ericans and the senate foreign com
mittee ' Shantung amendment will not
be accepted by the senate. j
Strikebreakers At Work
On Trisco Waterfront
San Francisco, Sept. 23. With strike'
breakers 'busily engaged today along
the waterfront loading and unloading
ships, police details 'here were doubl
ed in anticipation.- of possible trouble.
The longshoremen gathered at 10 a.
m. to vote once more on the compro
mise oftereo by thamployers . . -.
Thirty four shipdr1 have stood idle
while tons of perishattte freight awaits
handling. There is a blockade of river
and bay steamers.
in
Also in gray and black kid
and in brown calf also pat
ent leather.. Many interest
ing combinations shown in
K & K BOOTS
tor Women
Daring new ideas adapted
to and appropriate for every
woman and young woman
who admires style.
A try on tells more than
a page advertisement.
So arrange to see the
. new Fall models at Spe
cial Prices. . -
Beauties
Brown
Y7
These
are the
-Gala W"L.
Days
for
Salem I
You want to
Look Your
best and the
only way to h
do that is to
come to this
Store where
there is a pro-
Everything jt
that Appeals
to Men and
Boys alike.
fusion of -! "
Salem Woolen Mills Store
II : mi ' .
wnere to spena your time
after visiting the big State Fair.
CASH
You are welcome to visit our store and see our enormous stock of groceries,
dry goods, clothing, men's furnishings, hats and shoes. You are welcome
whether you buy or not. Wevknow that after you visit cur storg and compare
our prices with others that you will be a steady customer. ' . . 1
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BOYS' SUITS, large size .......$4.98 up
BOYS' LONG PANTS SUITS ...........:... $8.98
BOYS' MACKINAWS $5.98 up
BOYS' SWEATERS ....... ... ..98c up
BOYS' HEAVY WORK SHIRTS.. - ...79c up
BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS 69c up
BOYS' OVERALLS .....,....98c up
LOYS' CAPS'..:. - ..49c up
BOYS HEAVY STOCKINGS 25c
Compare our prices with the present wholesale prices.
You will find that by buying here you 'are making a
net profit of from 30 to 40 per cent on the dollar.
On behalf of this being Fair Week, the People's Cash Store will give the vis
itors a special opportunity to make further savings upon their purchases in all
departments of this busy store. .
Liberty Bonds taken for Full Value
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Onthlncr . "i .lotions .'
Here are our special bargain offerings for fair week in
our large stock of men's and boys' clothing and fur
nishings: " ' - '.' . . .."
MEN'S SUITS
MEN'S WOOLEN PANTS
MEN'S WOOLEN MACKINAWS .......
nil I' WVJ Af f If 1 1 . H li Vrl K
MEN'S RAINCOATS
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MEN'S SWEATERS '
MF.N'S FfRAVY UNION SUITS
MEN'S MIXED WOOL 2-PIECE SUITS....98c garment
MEN'S HOSE .: ..:.::.........:15c up
BIG ASSORTMENT HEAVY WOOL SOCKS....39c up
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS ........
WORK SHIRTS -
BIB OVERALLS.:....:.. .. -
MEN'S CAPS :..: ......
MEN'S HATS ,.
SUSPENDERS .......
UMBRELLAS ......
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ana money
STORE
..........$12.98 Up
S3.49 Up
$7.98 up
.........:......$12.98
: $6.98
$1.25 Up
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...$1.98
...98c up
98c up
.;.: $1.98 up
....... .....69c up
$1.98 up
49c up
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