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Girl wonted- at the Spa.
$10 bonus for modern house to rent
before Nov, 1st. Phone 1716J. 238
Dancchemawa Thursday night.-
Dr. Chalmcr Lee George, dentist, 313
814 Masonic Ibldg. Phone 181. 238
Dance Wednesday night, Independ
ence opera house. 4 piece orchestra.
Alec Connoycr. old time resident of
Salem, spent the week end visiting liis
daughter in Albany.
Dance Wednesday night, Independ
ence opera house. 4 piece orchestra.
tO. W. Allen, deputy fire marshal, is
back from Hillsboro where he has been
conducting a survey of fire hazards.
Old time dance Wed. night in the
new Auburn dance pavilion. 238
The building near the moat market
en . Liberty street, between Stato and
Court, will soon be openod by Hoy
Cooper, well known Salem man, as a
confectionery store. Work of installing
r.iaterial fr the store is now under
Jt Elma Welroi, teacher of piano, en
eemble flaying, d the Dunning sys
jf tern improved music study for begin
ners. Studio 695 ST. Liberty St, Phone
1351. ;' - : 237
Alvin 0. Stewart, the razor grinder,
will leave Salem the latter part of the
week for Portland whore ho will meet
liis wife, who is a teacher in-the state
donf jnute school in Washington. After
visit? in Portland, he will return to
Roy "Bice, 1146 Oak street, nephew of
City Treasurer" Rice, who was operated
t.u at St. Vincent's hospital in Port
land Monday for goitre, wag resting
easily Tuesday, the f amily learned.
. Officer Morelock returned Tuesday
from La Grande with John Tuel, 20,
son of G. E. Tuel of this city, who was
arrested in the eastern Oregon town as
n parole violator from the state peni
tentiary. He was returned to the pris
on upon his return here.
Western Conservatory of Music of
Chicago, 111., Frank E. Churchill rep
resentative of Salem branch. Fall term
begins Sept. 15th. Complete course in
piano and theoretical subjects. Studio
nite 1-2 Odd Fellows bldg. Phone
1671R. , t 10-15
Mrs. Goo. T. Pratt and children who
Jiave been visiting for several" weeks
ast with her father, E, P. Cochran,
17f7 Chemeketa sTrcpf, ""left : Sunday
evening for Pacific Grove,- Calif., to
join her husband Bv. . Geo". "T. Pratt,
at their new home.
John Dutton, former waiter at the
White House restaurant, who has serv
ed 10 months at Ellis Island, and 12
month's tin transport service in the
United States navy, has returned to
' Balem. Ho received his discharge at
Bremerton several days ago. While in
the navy ho served as a cook. .
Several tons of seeds for fall plant
ing have "been sent through the mail
already by the D. A. White feed and
seed company, according to Mr. White
Tuesday. Ho said that farmers iu all
larts of the county are planting now,
and the demand for wheat, eats and
"Vetch is great.
Attention, American Legion Capital
Post No. 9, will hold its regular meet
ing at the Commercial club Monday,
October 6, at 7:30 p. m. Delegates to
the state convention will make report
and plans for the Legion dance' to be
held soon will ibe discussed. All ser
vice men and women, whether they
have made application for membership
or not are invited to ithe meeting. 237
H. H. Pomerov, deputy fire mar
shal, returned Monday from Pendleton
where ho appeared as a witness for the
. prosecution in the case of the State vs
Mt E. H. and A. C. DeVleming, charged
with sotting fire to a dwelling and
barn near Hermiston with a view to
defrauding the insurance compauy.
Found acting strangely late Monday
night around the Southern Pacific de
pot, a man giving the name of Beinieh
of Chicago, was arrested by Officer O.
P. Victor, and placed in the city jail.
!A chacgo of insanity was placed
against h!im Tuesday. Police learned
that Reinica was discharged from the
atato hospital here last April. He prob
ably will return there. . .
Circulars calling the attention of the
people to the fact that October 9 is
"Parfotic fire prvention day." thro
at the etate, and being issued by the
tato fire marshal. The circular urges
all persons to inspect their homes, of
fices, shops, stores, factories and ware
houses on this day, and eliminate all
TUblbiah. and hazards that might cause
a fire. The circular says to. "think
, fire prevention, talk fire prevention,
W. T. RIGDON ft CO.
252 North High Street
THE HOME TOWN GIRL
practice fire prevention on thig day,
and keep it -up all the year around.''
R. E. PomOrOV. nhvaifnun an A
flNorma N.Terwilligcr,licen8cd lady em
balmer with TerwiHiger Funeral Home,
uO Chemeketa St. Phone 724.
'W. J. Stamper, representing the H.
. Brace and company, advertising nov
eltv manufacture :;.:.? -
foaleni Tuesday. Ho called at the Com-
Cider uppies. We are ready to re
ceive good cider apples. Bring them to
the Loju plant. Phez company. Phone
J. W. Golble, formerly shoe salesman
for -the Wnlknvpi. elia
land, has accepted a position here with
thft T!llKJr U.num al,.
M XVI wvo vuiuaiiy on
Commercial street, ibetween State 'and
Mrs. A. G. Fnnr. ,thn Viavi r,n.
sentatave, will ibe aosent from the city
all next week, attending the Viavd
managers conferencn -in si,
will return on the 14th, 237
J. A. Churchill, superintendent of instruct-Ben,
left this noon for (Baker
where he will attend the Baker coun
ty teachers institute.
Miss Grace Fugate, a stenographer
m the state highway il
spending her two woeks vacation with
inenus at A.ocraeen, Idaho.
State Treasurer Hoff went to Port
land this morning to attend tjie recep
tion in honor of Hiram Johnson-this
evening. From Portland h will art in
Bend on official business.
Artisans attention. .Regular meeting
Thursday night, October 9th, Masonic
hall, 8 p. m. District Organizer Garret
will address the assembly on a menv
benjhip oampaigii. Cadets please be
present. . 240
Attomnw fienfirnl Ci-Mrcea "M" IRnrn
I will o-o to Asliland, Thursday, to de
i liver an address on "Law enfnrcn-
ment" Ibefore the state convention of
the Women's Christian Temperance
Notice I am not .connected in any
manner or capacity with the public
dances toeing, given in Salem and will
not accept any responsibility as to
their operation or management. Signed
liarley C. Pugh. . 237
NOTICE The John H. ficott Real
ty Co. 's business has grown so that
they have found it necessary 4o move
into larger office rooms.- They are now
mo vine to rooms number 226-227-228
Oregon ldg. Just at the tog tof the
fltatTjf on th ieeond.jfloor," J 5 'i :r "M
The boy scouts quarterly meeting
will !be hold Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock in the Jason Lee Memorial
church. Troop 2 will meet at the city
hall at 6 o'clock and march in a body
to the church. ..."'. ...
The Home Missionary society of the
Jason Lee church will meet with Mrs.
'J. M. Clark, 1902 North Church street,
tomorrow afternoon at 2::30. An inter
esting time is promised and a large at
tendance of moiribors desired.
' A. R. Kronberg of Woodbum was a
Saleni visitor today, calliner at the
reeretarv nf state's nffic.A with refer
ence to tho soldiers' educational aid
1 bill. Kronberg, who is an ex-servica,
I man, will attend Mt. Angel college thig
Selling his farm near Ballston and
coming to Salem to put bis children in
school, A. G. Hallan has bought the
seven room modern bungalow on North
17th street, belonging to William L.
Lillyquist. He will move Sn at once. A.
S. Lambert recently purchased a well
improved five acre tract, mile east
of the asylum, from H. G. Thurston.
The transfer was made by tho W. H.
iGrabenhorst realty company.
Miss Cornelia Marvin, state libra
rian, will leavo Friday for a six
months tour of the Orient. She will be
accompanied on the tour by Miss Mary
Foster of Wisconsin and Miss Jessica
Todd of' Portland. Miss Marvin has
been granted a six months leave of
absence and makes tho tour at her own
The annual banquet of the Y. M. C.
A. members here will be held at the
association's club rooms, Commercial
and Chemeketa streets, at 7:30 o'clock
this evening. Members who plan to be
on hand are 'asked to notify the secre
tary at the "Y" sometime today be
fore five o'elock. Accommodations for
115 guestsJhave been made. Already
many persons have signified their in
tention of attending. Entertainment,
in addition to the banquet, will also
By common consent of the 67th ses
sion of the Oregon annual conference,
which ended here Monday, McMinn
villo was selected as the next meeting
place a year hence. No changes were
made in the pastorai ranks in Salem
churches. Only one transfer, that of
Superintendent B. A. Dfmford, who
was sent to Klamath Falls to succeed
Superintendent Van Fossen, was made.
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Kelton wish to
thank their friends for many aets of
kindness shown in their recent bereave
ment in the death of their (baby daugh
ter. - 237
KOTTCE TO THE FDBLIO
We wish to notify onr many friends
and patrons tnat wo nave movea our
office rooms 'from the Oregon Electric
building to rooms 211-212 Gray block,
adjoining Commercial club rooms.
Thanking you for past patronage we
n.tdij a nrriifll invitation to call at
'air now Irwation. Yours for business.
IPerrine ft Marsters, Rooms 211-212
Gray bldg, Salem, Or. Phone 607. '
THE DAILY CAPITALJQURNALSALEM, OREGON.
AT YE .LIBERTY THURSDAY
Marriage licenses were issued Tucs
day to Harold L. Foster, 19, of route
i, Salem, and May Olive Asher, 17, of
iui ivortn ioerty street; and to Wil
liam Hiram East, 3L 1320 Court street
and Bernioe- Mae Clark, 27, of 1160
ooum ijommercial street, both of Sa
lem. A complaint, in which . action re
straining unknown heirs from claiming
any part in the estato of Mary Miller
and Sarah Miller, was filed Tuesday
with the county clerk by Louis Webert,
Joseph H. Miller, Grover C. Giosy and
Idas MoshbergerJ heirs of the estate.
The - plaintiff s claim that heirs not
mentioned in the wills of Sarah and
Mary Miller are mailing claims upon
the estato to which they are not enti
tled, and the cuit was commenced to
protect the heirs.
Tho (personnel bj the new grand
jury drawn ' last week follows: J. B.
Ashtoy, C. V. Maftgar. T. W. Durbin,
B. J, MileB, L. C. Cavanaugh, Carl H.
Johnson and IN. J. Mickel.
MADE IN SALEM
Salem police were looking Tuesday
for a run away boy from Portland,
following the receipt of information
from Chief of Police Nels F. Johnson
of Portland, that the lad ran away
from that city, in company with an
other boy, several days ago.
Tho boy's -name is George S. Mich
ell. He is described ns being 15 years
old, five feet 10 inches tall, dark skin,
dark hair and eyes, and being very
stooped shouldered and pigeon , toed.
When last seen he wore a brown suit,
belted coat and short trousers.
Receiving the personal attention of
Chief of Police Varney investigation
of the robbery of tho- home of Mrs.
Fred Mclnt.vrc, "755 iNortb. Cottage
street, Monday afternoon, was under
Entrance to the Mclntyre residence
wair gained through either the front
door or back door, police sny, .as both
aoors were let unlocked. Casji amount
ing to about 5 and jewelry of the
probable value of $50 was taken by the
burglars. ' . - . .
Police have been tillable- thus far to
discover any clues that might aid them
in their search for the prowlers.
LANE NAMED CHAIRMAN
HEADING ROUND TABLF
(ano aSud niojj ponutjuoal
eradicate misunderstandings ard fha
his plan was to have individuals, not
The fight over the report started
when Committe Charman W. D. Mahon
John Spargo, one of the public's rep
resentatives, attacked the report, say
iug the conference might as well ter
minate its labors now if it were ad
Thomas L. Chadbourne defended the
rules, saying they were framed to has
J'We don't want this conference to
hecome a mere debating society," he
According to Spargo, the rules would
give the general committee of fifteen
a veto on all actions of the conference.
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HBCKMAN Iwis H. Heekman, 60,
of 2340 North Fourth street, died
Tuesday at tho Salem hospital.
IFuneral services will bo held Wed
nesday at 2 p. m. at tho Highland
Friends church, with burial in the I.
O, O. F. cemetery. .
Mr. Heekman is survived by his wife
Catherine, and a brother, Theodore, in
Nebraska. The body is at the Terwil
liger home. '
STATE g STREET
UJ lHone 62S
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"HIS MAJESTY, THE AMERICAN"
The Biggest, Best Yet
' STARTS SUNDAY AT
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1919.
The recent storm has shaken many
apples from the troes. If the sound one
are gathered immediately and put in
boxes we will buy tnem for delivery
at our Loju plant and loan you the
boxes. Apples are a food product and
should not be wasted. Phone 204. Phe
$$ Keep 'em In The Circle $$
Wo have an under
standing of our bus
iness. We are regard
ed as a success be
cause we have (been
studious and solicit
ous and have proven
on all occasions our
worthinsss to serve.
LaddDush Dank Mdii$
ma la le a?d
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Tomorrow's Big Sale
Here is a Money Saving Special. Thronph
eastern connections, during a momentary sharp de-
unie in cuuon, a neavy purchase was made for us in
Three widths, 42, 69 and 79 inches
42 inch 69 and 79 inch
. , Te very newest creations in ladies neckwear,
including those new lace net effects. . '
(See display in Liberty Street window) '
?ut a far more complete showing in the NECK
You Can Always Do Better At
Fire Prevention Day
October 9, 1919
This is next Thursday. Get busy and crit
ically examine your home, store, off ice, shop
or factory. If you find any inflammable mat
ter remove it. In short, "CLEAN UP", and
then keep it cleaned up.
DO YOU OWN A VACANT LOT? IF SO,
Friday, Oct 1 0th
2 p. m.
On Pacific Highway, 2 blocks north of Fairground
Store, Consisting of
'Fine 6 room plastered, well built, nearly new bungalow with cloctrio
lights and fixtures; bath, .toilet, wash "bowls, hot air furnace, fireplace,
built In buffet, large front and back porch. This house is well paint
ed and nicely designed and is now open for inspection. This building
is to be moved and is now on tho house mover timbers ready to be
moved after day of sale. This houso will be sold without reserve to
the highest bidder on ithe following terms: oils half of purchase price
caah, balance a banhablo note secured by mortgago, if desired
Valley Packing Co.
Pacific Highway North
"List your sales woth Woodry for Results"
To the People of Polk and Marion Counties. -
We are opening a produce market and will be prepared to purebase
all kinds of produce.
This will give the people o:ie of the greatest opportunities for sett
ing and buying, our place will be in oporation at once.
Wo are already now for Poultry, Veal, l'ork, Hides, Pelts, Wool,
Potatoes, Onio'.a, Beans, Hay, ete.
We are connected with au eastern firm and are prepared to pay the
, Give ns a trial and you will be convinced .t
, A market price will le publinhod in the Daily Capital Journal so
you may know every day tho Intent quotations.
Our placo is located at 255 Ferry street in rear of the American
Automobile Garage, Temporary Phone 399.
BEN. MORRIS, Manager.
F. N. Woodry,
Phone 510 or 511
270 North Commercial St,