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FRIDAY, OCTOBE R3, 1919.
CIVIC. CLUB WILL
TAKE UP HOUSING
What promises to be a step toward
the solution of the housing problem will
be taken Friday evening at a meeting
ol the North Salem Improvement asso
ciation in the auditorium of the High
land school at 7:30 o'clock. The situa
tion will be thoroughly discussed, and
plana whereby numerous idle houses m
North Salem can bo made useful will
be mado known. '
For a long time residents in the north
section of the city have been active in
the furtherance of civic matters, and
re rapid to respond to 1n the cam
paign for more houses. Other matters
of interest to North Salem residents
will be tuken up.
T. E. McCroskcy, manager of the ba-
lem1 Commercial club, will be present
and talk on "The Economic Value or
Civil Improvement." J. H. Walker,
manager of the Salem Kings Products
company, will address the throng on
"What Dehydration Means to Salotn."
Fred W. Steusloff, representing the big
new Valley Packing company will speak
on the general aims of the firm and
what the improvement of North Salem
means to other industries that should
come in. - '
Street improvement, which has occu
pied the Attention of residents in that
Beetion for months, will be discussed by
Btreet Commissioner Walter S. Low. His
speech will explain what effect tho pav
ing of Highland avenue will have on
the general public attending future fairs
and ho will compare the present streets
of North Salem with other sections hav
ing pavement. Walter Wkelton, city en
Rinor, will submit facts and figures on
. Postmaster August Huckostoln, who
ia a strong advocate of play grounds
for children, will toll how the old wool
en mill mounds, at tho north end of
Fourth street, can readily be convertod
into one of the best pluygrounds in the
, A rumor that a petition Us being cir
culated to have Hickory street paved
capitalized at 10,0OO. Tho incorporat
ors are J. C. Helser, E. Fegan and H'.
The Elmore Packing company of Aa
tnrin 1 ile n certificate of decrease in
capital from $150,000 to $100,000.
To Add to 400
A general feeling of renewed interest
in the affairs of the local camp of the
Modern Woodsmen was manifest at the
meting of the organization held Thurs
day night. Since the visit of State
Deputy George L. Cooper, of the Wil
lamette district post, to Salem several
days ago, inspiration for the recruit
ing of new members has been gained. In
three weeks the local camp will hold a
class adoption class when ' many new-
members wjll be added to the-big roll
of 400 members thorejare alrc&dy in the
After visiting here Mr. Cooper went
to Dallas where he ie organizing a new
oamp of the Modern Woodmen this
month. He is undertaking this work
in the absence of Stato General Super
intendent A. P. Martin of Portland, who
is at the bedside of sick relatives lu
Los Angeles. ,
Willamette night at the Mothodist con
f eronce now in session at the First Muth
odist church was given a good hearing
last night by a crowd that filled tho
church. The left hand section of the
first floor was sot asido for Willuniette
students, but this proved insufficient
and it was nocessary to send part ol
them to the balcony,
The meeting opened ut 7:30 with a
rally by the Willamette studonts. Yell
Leader Flegel and Crown Prince Gillette
and that this meeting is for the pur-!lod the yHs and Beatrice Dunnctte di-
pose of. promoting this, lias aroused ctou 1,16 wngtest. iiio Men's Glee
North Salem opponents of pavoment, lul"b alB mng two numbet during the
and a lively meeting Is anticipated. ralIy- Yulls aud B0U8S wol' b1s intr
Tho boundury of North Sulem is Bol- el)ulBcd with serious speeches which
mont street on tho south, Twelfth street followed . the jnclimmury part of tho
on tho east, and the river on the west, , ' e!
OF BIG ENDOWMENT
FOND IS EXPLAINED
and the committed in chargo of the
association affairs, requests that every
ono residing in this section become mem
bers of the North Salem Improvement
association. Membership is almost 200.
Y.H.T0 HOLD ANNUAL
DINNER NEXT TUESDAY
The annual dinner and meeting of
members of tho Y. M. C. A. will bo
held in the association rooms, Commor
eic.l nn'd C'hcmeketa streets next Tues
day evening, at 6:30 o'clock. ; A rn
port of tho past year's worn will be
presented, (he new budget wiil be con
idered, new directors olectO'.l, and the
samea ol the athletic socifnry ttv.
the hoys secretary Will be ni.noimced
Plates at tho dinnir will sell for K5c.
The following nnmcB have bi n suggested
by the nominating committee to be
elected a directors: H. L. Steevcs, W.
T. JonUs, P. B. Wallace, TI. C. Epley,
Walter O. Winslow and George E. Hal-Torsefi.
Thera will be several briei addresses.
Dr. B, L. Steeves, president o"f the
board of trustees of the univorsity, pre
sided at the mooting. Judge Henry L.
Bensou of the supremo court, Dr. Carl G.
Doney and Bishop Matt 8. Hughes com
prised the speakers for tho occasion.
Dr. Stoovos, in a br!ef speech, made a
plea for increasing the endowment of
tho institution. Uo said that tho time
hud come when Willamette must oithor
onlargo, or fail to meet its full call in
tho educational field of this stiito. Ho
stuted that, the present, endowment oi
the college' ia $00,000, but that this
sum should bo increased by at least $1,
000,900. Of this latter sum ono-half
should bo used for new buildings and
equipment, and the remainder be placed
in tho general endowment fund. . This
money would have to be raised largely
from- the laymen of the church, ho fur
ther maintained. Dr. Steeves closed by
offering the slogan " Ki'ineiubor us in
.fudge Benson spoke on tho subject,
"Tho Vo'ico of Ono Crying in the Wild
erness. ' ' Ho emphasized tho missionary
movement n.s the fundamental basis of
the Methodist church, and pointed out
how the founding of Willamette univer
sity nnd its continued support are di
rectly bound up in tho missionary move
ment. Dr. Donev spoke on "The Dace of the
Members who expect! to Mtend the
meeting cro asked to phone thoir names Christian College." He spokn highly of
to th secretary before noon of Tues- the work of the state institutions, but
also contended that by the very nature
of our government tho state schools
could not enter the biggest field of br-
N portunity, the presentation of a definite
iprnirrnm of movnlitv and rHrlon. There
'will be a pln-co for the Christian college
0 lonir as the instinct for rolii'lnii Uvea
: Visit this store
and inspect the
Buster Brown Shoe Store
125 North Commercial St.
Shoes That Wear and Fit and are Fit to Wear J
Greater Willamette Club
Honors Portland Student
The Greater Willamette club, which
is composed of all the students in tho
student body and whose purpose is to ad
vortisc tho echool, hold its first meeting
of tho term Wednesday during the chap
el hour. Paul Flegel, of Portland, was
elected manager of the club. Flegel is
a junior in the university and a brother
of Earl Flegel ,a graduate of tho uni
versity nnd former president of the stu
The following poople were appointed
by tho prcsidont of the studont body to
assist Manager Flegel: Profossor J. T.
Matthews, Eva Pnrrett, Bernice Knutvs.
George HoltjRussel Knrey. '
Robin Fisher To Direct
Athletics At Willamette
At a meeting of tho student executive
committee held Thursday aftornoon
Robin Fisher, of Salem, was clocted
athletic manager of Willamotto univor
sity for the present torm. Fisher 1 a
umor in the university and has had an
active part in student affairs since his
first semester as a freshman. He is a
member of tho Websterian Literary so-.'
ciety and also prominent in varsity Y.
M. O. A. work. Until his election yes- j
terlay, ho had been acting as temporary
ethlotic manager as recommended by j
Coach R. L.. Mathews. (
To the People of Polk and Marion Counties.
We are opening a produce market and will be prepared to purchase
all kinds of produce. ,
This will give the people one of the greatest opportunities for sell
ing and buying, our place will be in operation at onco.
We are already now for Poultry, Veal, Pork, Hides, Pelts, Wool,
Potatoes, Onions, Beans, Hay, etc.
We are connected with an eastern firm and are prepared to pay the
Givo us' a trial and you will be convinced
A market price will be published in the Daily Capital Journal so
you may know every day the latest quotations.
Our place5 is located at 255 Ferry street in rear of the American
Automobile Garage, Temporary Phone 399.
BEN. MOltRIS, Manager.
m,. ..... .,.to l. ..,.f,?
Th tan. Shingle company, capltalia- ,B'S,,"P. K"h speaking on the work
ed at $32,000 filed articles of incorpo- nf ,," clll"""" "liege, pomtcd out the
ration with Corporation Commissioner ' correlation between church nnd school
B. hulderman, Thursday. The company 'm revealed by hlstorv, declaring that
will maintain its principal office at tho church had always been the fore
Kugene, Lane county. The incorporate runner of tho school. Vital Christianity
ois are ,K ;iV Potter, T. H. Payne and does two thing for humanity, he said.
U, M. Foster. First, it creates a desire for human
-irtjcW wore also filed by the Hel- .knowledge, and second I fnvn te
aer Bros. Transfer company of Portland institution for the realization thoreof.
Salem Hold-Up Suspects
Captured In Yorm?A
Two men, Bert Chinn and Earl Riley.
said to have been connected with a mid
night holdup at tho fair nf W. W. For
est, have ben taken into iiiuimly by
Portland authorities, according to wore
roceived by Police Chief Vamey ere
Thursday. The pair, according to word
roceivod here, were arrested when they
attempted another holdup in the me'
Rat-Proof Store Room For
State Hospital Provided
In order to provide a 'rat and mouse
proof storage for gupplios at tho stato
hospital for tho insane, the bascineut bo
neath the new receiving ward will be
eoiivortod into a commissary. Author
ity for the expenditure of $500 toward
this improvement was granted by the
state board of control at its meeting
Although located' across the roud fron.
the main hospitalthe new supply sta
tion will be connected with the hospital
proper ly an underground railway, al
ready in operation and will bo in rcn'ity
nearer the center of distribution than
he ;it3fnt storage, according to Dr.
Giii'fith, ?upcriutendont of the hospiHl.
Keep Them Home-$$$
, , STUDENTS HOLD RALLY
The livest chapel service of the term
thus far wns held Thursday morning,
when tho period was given over to a
student rally preparatory to Willamette
night at the annual Methodist confer
ence now being held in the FirBt M. E.
church (f this city. - The rally was in
ehr.rgn of Yell King Paul Flegel and
Song Leader Benrtrice Dnhnette. The
program consisted of college yells and
Every Day Es
Julian &Korenge Co.
Are Known as
Read Our Ad
MAY BE OVERCOME
If you have catarrhal deafness or
are even just a little hard of hearing
or have head noises go to your drug
gist and get 1 ounce of Parmint (dou
ble Btrength). and add to it' pint of
hot water' and a little granulated sug
ar. Take 1 tablcspoonful four times a
This will often bring quick xcliei
from the distressing head noises. Clog
god nostrils should open, breathing be
come tasy and the mucus stop dropping
into the throat. It iB easy to prepare,
costs little ond is pleasant to take. Any
one loshihearing or who has catarrhal
deafness or head noises should give
this-prescription a trial. (Adv)
Mrs. Ralph White an
nounces the opening
of her. Dancing
Courses are as follows:
advanced adult class be
gins Wednesday, Oct. 1.
at 8 p. m. (.
Beginners adult class,
Monday,, Oct. 6, at 8:15
p. m. v ,
Children's class, , Sat
urday, Oct. 4 at 2 p. m.
Junior class, Satur
day, Oct. 4, at 4 p. m.
Babies, 3" to 6 years,
Friday, Oct 10, 3 p. m.
Classical and inter
pretative dancing for
young ladies, ' Monday,
Oct. 6, at 7 p.m.
A maid servant by dat) j
a vision in siikshj night
GALE & CO.
To supply your needs in dress goods and ready-to-wear
garments for fall and winter wear. Silks,
Serges, Gabardines, Coatings, as well as cotton
goods of every kind. Winter underwear for men,
women and children and complete outfitters for the
whole family. '
Our Prices Always the Lowest
Commercial & Court Sts. Formerly Chicaog Store
Dance With the
October 4, in the new Auburn dance pavilion.
A good orchestra A FREE DANCE
To 27Q N. Com'l St.
FURNITURE Bought, Sold and
Exchanged. See me before you
sell for best prices.
PHONE 510 OR 511
For Long Distance Auto Trj:Vti
Willamette Valley Transfer Ci. 1,',V
Wo are in the Market for all va
rieties of Late Apples. Call np
Warehouse, High and Ferry Sts.
Office 542 State St. Salem, Or.
. care of
Chinese Medicine and Tea Ob.
Has medicine which will cure any
Open Sundays from 10 A. M.
until 8 P. M.
153 South High St.
Salem, Oregon Phone 232
NOW Is the Time to BUY
$42.50 to $75.00
$1.75 to $30.00
$25 to $7.50
$5.00 to $24.00"
$17.00 to $43.50
$9.00 to $30.00
. PROFITS DIVIDED
Peoples Furniture Store
New and Second Hand Goods Bought, Sold
271 N. Commercial St. Salem. Phone 734 $