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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1919.
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Cdrl wanted at the Spa. .
No dance at Macleay Saturday night
t.,-,1w ftitv. visit-
d friends and relatives in Portland
K. E. Pomeroy, physician and sur
n -ha, nnened offices in the Oregon
building, rooms 3012-3. 341
A meeting of the Salem Floral o
- dety will be held in the Commercial
lub rooms'thi9 evening.
Cider apples. We are Teady to re
ceive good cider apples. Bring them to
the Loju plant. Phez company. Phone
The regular meeting of the Salem
WOT. U., at which a program will
to' rendered, will be held Tuesday af
ternoon at the local headquarters ot
indent A. T.. Mer-
icr, of the Southern Pacifie company,
rrived in Salem from Portland at
10:05 Monday morning, and transact
ed business here during the day.
W M Hamilton, division manugui
ior the .P. E. L. & P. -company here,
will return from Portland Monday
nieht. Mr. Hamilton left for the me
, tropolis Sunday evening to transact
' Elma Wrtiei. teacher of piano, en
Bemble playing, d the 9,I'
tem improved music study for begin
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ners. tuaip ." - - .
1;4-!n.. fnr hree Jiicn.1 to
-work eight hou- at $4, was made at
the municipal H'oor bureau, city hall,
Monday morning. Twenty men, at the
eame hours and wage, are' also needed,
it was announced.
Mr. and Mrs. JohnA. MilU and son,
Sergeant Harry Quinn, Mills, for
merly of this city, .but now of Poit
; .J :-;r frip.nrta in Salem
J&ua. were . ... . ,
Bunday. Sergt. Mills was hut recently ,
discharged from the army.
Old time dance Wed." night in the
new Auburn dance pavilion. M
The rogular fall rally ad harvest
home eervico exhibit was held at the
rreabvtwian church Sunday. Fine
specimens of vegetables and fruits were
on display. After a brief service in the
tvening a social hour was held, during
wmeh grapes anu r--
wore oaten. 'A joyous evening was
spent by all.;
I According to word reaching Salem
Monday, Richard . Eugene Holtoway,
" the four year old son of Mr. and Mrs.
7 - trJw.,,, ana in a San Fran-
edsco hospital following an operation
October 2. Mrs. Holloway, .before her
marriage, was Miss INaomi Van fat
ten of Salem.
Western Conservatory of 'Musie of
" Chicago, HI., Frank E. Churchill rep
resentative of Salem branch. Fall term
begins Sept. 15th. Complete course in
piano and theoretical subjects. Studio
Suite 1-2 Odd Fellows .bldg. Phone
1671B. . 101j
- .. tnr T?av Perkins,
lunerai a""'" . .
35, who was kilted on a mountain load
15 miles west ol v,orvaiu " BTi
when his ear skidded and overturMa.
on him, were held at the chapel of the
Webb- & Clough undertaking parlors
at 2 p. m. Monday, with Dr. Leland
Porter Officiating. The burial was in
the City View cemetery. ... . ,
t: I. w.i Sntom has been toc-
ommended for the Rhodes scholarship
" .at Oxford university toy the faculty of
Reed college. Mr. Flint graduated from
Heed last year and is now taking grad
uate . courses there, for the master of
arts degree. He took his fust year of
college work at Willamette university
After purchasing a new Elgin Six
of Lee L. Gilbert, distributor for west
W farter and his eon,
H M O. Carter, and Will vHampton,
all of this city, left this afternoon for
. i js:u A.i;fnrnio WnWfi they
will locate. Mr. Carter's family will
follow him to California later in the
. fall. .,
PoUc wore making an Jeffort Mon
day to locata tho auto driver who late
' -Saturday night ran into a horse and
bueer, iriven by Hop Lee, a csinaman,
injuring the horse and throwing Lee
to the pavement. According to Lee tne
driver of the auto was going at a reck
less rate of speed, and did not atop af
ter hitting him.
Attention, American Legion Capital
Post No. 9, will hold! its regular meet-
bmiwiii elub Monday,
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October 6, at 7:30 p. m. Wegatsr to
the state convention will make report
and plana for the Legion dance to be
held soon will be discussed. All ser
vice men and women, whether they
lave made application for membership
or not are invitea to hub """"j-
, yf.T. EIGPOK ft CO.
252 North High Street
T)r riifllmtfr Tim AeorfFe. dentiBt. 313
314 Masonic bids. Phone 181. 23S
Or. W. H. Lvtle. state veterinarian.
'was in Corvallis Monday on state busi
A judgment against John Waibel
was granted by Judge Bingham Satur-.
day to the Western Farquhar Machin
ery company, on 'the first count, $40,
second count $48, third count $65 and
the fourthi count ?ao.
C. W. Niemeyer, real estate dealer,
with offices in the Masonic building,
loft the city Monday morning for
Portland, where he will transact bus
iness for three days. '
Annointment of the gtand jury was
m,i Ur. tnr,liiv- Instructions for
the coming worn were maae muuu
k. Ttiirri Rit,r4ifl.m There are no im
mediate cases to come before the jury
ior consideration. , ; -
Several local merchants, streetcar
men, and theater managers reported to
ui1 that, thev- had unwit
tingly taken brass slugs for nickels. If
is reported that during Saturday and
Sunday some person, or persons, have
passed many pieces of this spurious
.n in Ndlnm which resembles a nick
el in size and weight, and will easily
be recognized as the five cent piece
after durq. Police are investigating.
p A -Elliott, state forester and C. C,
noolattiTit Hn foraster. left Mon
day for Portlandto attena tne meenus,
nt tim ntmulnrrli.iition committee of tho
iwriin -RnrRairv and Conservation as
sociation. They will remain over lur
the sessions of the Pacific Logging con
grcss which convenes Wednesday.
l.1i.liaain TiA fivA TOOm hOUSO Of
Paul Traglio, Fifth and Market streets
last week, Jtike sswaiDe ana ny oi
. ..ri nunraKR. were iuuvuuk
in Monday. The deal was arranged by
George Graibenhorat, of the realty firm
of. W. H. GrabenhoTst and Co. The
Grabenhorst firm also sold the three
acre plot on South lath street, 'Deiong-
ina' to A. M. Keeves, io ucurgo tuhc
The oonsiaeration was jpouuv.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
W ui intifv nnr manv friends
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and patrons that we have moved our
office rooms from tne uregon wetu
building to rooms Jiii-aia uray
nln;lnv Prtmmnrftinl club TOOmS
Thanking you for past patronage we
avtnnA a nrriifi.l invitation to eall at
... ut; Vnnrs for business.
Pnrrinn & Marstors. Booms 211-212
Gray bldg., Salem, ur. rnone vvi.
The" recent storm has shaken many
Tf the -Round ones
are gathered immediately and put in
will Vinv tnem for delivery
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at our Loju plant and loan you, the
innin. oro ft food riroduct and
9hould not be wasted. Phone 204. Phoz
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GUNS ABE USED IN RIOTING.
nnklnnil Cal.. Oct. 6 Guns were used
in a resumption of street car strike
rioting here this atternoon.
TJr.n. T.iiitnnant Woods was report-
led shot and dangerously wounded. Four
others were wounded, it was reporn u.
A mob of 3,000 persons were march
ing on one of tho car barns at 2:45
p. m., it was also reported to tho po
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APPRAISEMENT OFi !
You will find refined simplicity represented in. these New Models, wliich em
brace an extensive range of beautifully colored garments. U?.usaal care bas been
given by &e manufacturers, and the QUALITY of the "Georgette" aad Crqjc de
Chine is of course the'leyers Quality They are priced surprisingly low.
Express shipment just
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nihniinn in tTiA Artnraisement of the
Pittock estate as contalined in the re
port based on the appraisement or tne
Multnomah county probate eourt was
morning. The appraisement was filed
September 8 and .unaer tne state mw
objections must be nlea witnan xmrty
days thereafter or the appraisement
accepted as correct, xne oojecnou. n
ed today, St is explained was merely
investigation of the estate is being
mariA in nrrirtr t.n flnt.ermine lis correui.-
naaa TVo nut VO,lll nf til PStftte US
contained in ithe report now on file is
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ihoon toti.lni-erl th state treasurer's of-
if ie and ' this i twng heW; penality
i a A U . ;irAu4-ifratinn
ild by State Treaaurer Hoff this
The annua, meetin, of the Salem t Mrs adoc Rlggs, at the Capital
Ttafr -TV liKe rLXmembersof the club are nr3- dent Higgs that the dub'will pit it.
Marior hotol mdkota are being sold to ed to attend, and assist in a scheme efforts' with other local urg.n.i ;o...
Ma"?nhT ACt4 !Ie TA!L .t nf novation of the elub and outline for the betterment of kh-mI eodUioM
meuiuei. u, .7 T, 'I , With Mf n-in Salem.
Llancey's 1'iorai gnop, ami py ""'- t11"1"
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Ifeal . i Vivian Mastin
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srTtsmTL laddsDush Bank Buildup
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I Tgay Slale apt
8 T rnmMHTIxl 81s.
We have an under
standing of. -our bus
iness. We are regard
ed as a success he
cause we have ibeen
studious and solicit
ous and have proven
on U occasion cur
worthiness to serve.
"The Home Town Girl"
Eat Bake-Rite Bread
AND BE HAPPY
BAKED BY WIRE, THE MODERN WAY, PURE
FRESH AND GOOD.
Bake-Rite Sanitary Bakery
'; ' , 457 STATE STREET , '
To the People of Polk and Marion Counties.
We are opening a produce market and will be prepared to purchase
all kinds of produce. .... ,i
This will give the people orie of the greatest opportunities for sell
ing and buying, our place will be in operation at once.
We are already now for Poultry, Veal, Pork, Hides, Pelts, Wool,
Potatoes, Onions, Beans, Hay, etc.
' We are connected with an eastern firm end are prepared to pay tn
Give us a trial and yon will be convinced
A market price will be published iu the Daily Capital Journal ao
you may know every day the latest quotations.
Our place is located at 25S Feny street ia Tear of the American
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Automobile uarage, iemponiry rnun ow,
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I 5c a package
I ' before the war
I I Rc a package
I during flie war
. . and-
c a package
" THE FLAU0R LASTS
! SO DOES THE PRICE! I
BEN. MORRIS, Manager.
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