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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1919.
All Around I own
Coming to The Grand
Girl wanted a 'the Bp. yesterday. Mr. Mintoa pent twenty
... ., , two mouths on foreign oil, first as a
Oranea danee at Macleay Saturday : member of the 162d and later of the
hi . 241;eigual eorps. Since the departure of
'ie . ' T Ith 162d from Fnme he naa beel1
jwi.- values ,:'o0e.-' 60c. r5c-and!, stationed at Bcurges. .
$1, 35e yard at Hamilton's. ?
TVdd iPiDET Of
-were among the visitors at the state
Dance Saturday night now Auburn
pavilion, 4 pieco orchestra. Su .
Cretonnes, values sTc, 60c, 75c. and
1, 35e yard at Hamilton's. r
The eerviees of Mrs. Warren Hunt
are now obtainable for dance music,
with or witnout orchestral accompani
C A. McLain, manager-secretary of
the 'Eugene watcT board, looked in on
-the public service commission, Thurs
day while in Salem on business.
V A. Elliott, state forester, left
this' morning for Tillamook to attend
a meeting of the Ooos county fire pa
trol association. :
Bcbeoca Best, cashier at the Barnes
Btore. returned to work : Friday after
.......ASmr a 10 days' vacation in Jreu
ninfo Qimrr'a nall at Livslev sta
tion every Saturday night. Talmadgs
orchestra. - 241
Tiiw wpxk dra.iH)rv aueeiaL
colors, Snowflake Drapes, reg.
57c yard at Hamilton's.
E. Pbnieroy, physieian and sur
geou, has opened offices in the Oregon
building, rooms 301-2-3. 341
Will H. Bennett, superintendent of
taank, is Vainsacfci!ng! (businestf in.
Portland today. "v
ThU wftk' dranerv soecial. firm
colors, Snowflake Drapes, reg. 75c,
57e yara.at (Hamilton's. u
Knrmii TCTerwiUiper-licensed ladv em
balmer with TorwiMiger Funeral Home,
770 Duomeketa at. rnone yz.
Six room bungalow, modern- except
basement, full lot, J538 Saginaw. $2,
750; haJf cash, balance 6 per cent. See
owners there. ' ,'. "
MM MEET ME AT MEYERS
dloton and other eastern Oregon points
C. H. Gram,- state labor commission
r ia 'hock lin hin ttff.ii'n again today.
' . aft-nv on n.huvnfA ' nf flaVS dlirin2
E. L. Buchanan is agent m Marion. ha in oa Qf
, nll Pnlk counties for the JN ationai vi .i,in.. Whil -awav he attend-
'''Insurance Co., II, S.vA. See. .him iw . a fl ;meeting of the national safety
tun roium ri,rih" ioooj council at uievcuina, umo
life, it's -me oiuy r267
for interview.; '
SCENE FROM "TKA FOB 3" THB BIOOBST LAIMt 8HOAV ITO AfiW,
aiWTO THE GRAND OP EE A HOUSE WED. OCT. 18, H) ONE
iNIGHT ONLY - ' : -. ;
and Daughters of Isabella, not of the
U. S. army aro cordially invited. ' Tick'
ets for gentlemen $1. Ladies free. Good
F. G-. Dockebach, ofthe Ja""" members of the Oregon Social Hygiene
Crcamory, left Salem Friday Bonimg MB-otyj were rtate 01 visitors,
for iMrtiana on a v.-r.
?etum to this city tonight.
Artisans attention. Regular moeting
Thursday night, October 9th, Msonic
kail 8 p. m. District Organizer GaiTct
wUl' address the assembly on a mcm,
, terthip fllampaign. Cadets &"
After moro than two years in the
ervice, George Bunce hie tntaTZ
from France and is in Salem for a few
days visiting, with old friends. He saw
eervico with the famous First divis
ion after-being transferred from com
pany M previous to the latter s de
parture for f rance
T. T V T. TTnl,t 11 !P Mntn.nrff
anJ! Earl J. Cummings of Portland, alt
Thursday, m conterence with orticiais
rplnt vn tn funds available tor social
hygiene work in Oregon.
NOTICE The John H. Scott Real
ty Co.'s business has grown so that
lia.r ViaTTO -Prtliwrl nnPOafUtW tO Tn OVfi
into larger office rooms. They are now
moving to rooms , numDer ao-m-io
Oregon bldg. Just at the top of the
stairs on the second floor,
The annual Red Cross roll call cam
paign will bo carried on from October
2 to the 11th. The object of the drive
is ito enlist new members and re enlist
n, i,l v,nc The T?,oi1 Ornss desires to
(keep before the minds of the public
that although he necessity ior
.service is greatly lessened, civilian re
lief demands are enormous and the or
ganization, is becoming hard pressca
tnnAa tn nrrv on the work. This
imembcrship drive i3 for the purpose of
filling its corrers, ana, as was w
case last year, all you will need to be
come a member, will be "a heart and
a dollar." . .
Frank 8. Bramwell of the Oregon
.4. ihonvha. nfl AnttimflfAA. ttYiH BOn.
Frank C. Bramwell, formeriy register
of tho U. S. lnnfl oince t us uranao
but now cashier of the Grants Pass
IRnnliintr nnmrwinv at Grants Pass, were
. , Viillinn- on frienda amonor ithe state of-
Tho name of the White Cross Amtm-1 . . while in Salem on lbusineas
lance Service company oi
3 tu i ivilinlnnce service
cnangeu n i " . . ,
company, in supplementary articles of
incorporation filed with. Corporation
Uommissionor Schuldcrman Thursday.
J W. Field of the United States de
partment of agriculture, was a vitor
in the fltate engineer 's off ice Thurs
,?)dar. Mr. Field is connected with the
investigation waicn mo uoi- ...
JffTiSltare -i flieking-ihto tho water
rights on Malheur lake which has been
designated as a federal bird reserve.
Western Conservatory of Music of
Chicago, 111., Frank E. Churchill rep
resentative of Salem branch. Fall term
begins Sept. 15th. Complete couro .u
.T. . T. Van, Dnren. nresident of the
Van Doren Fruit cannery, who is asso
wi.tli hia Ihrothnr. P. W. Van
Doren in the distribution of the Twin
City tractor, said Friday that the suc
cess of the tractor in this part of, the
j.i,tiw' 4a. nrnflt.innllv njiniired. Much
imterest in too new machine is Dcing
shown, he saitf.
Application for permission to appro
priate water for the irrigation of a
small tract near JtaKer. has ween iimu
with ithe state engineer's office by Dr.
jx. Koehler. The construction of a small
reservoir on Nelson creek for the stor
age of 20. acre feet of water for irri
fx a A- i'A
S The drama of
Newest Designs in
1 . Waists and Blouses
Made in a separate factory
by an organization of Waist
We have placed on "Special"
two numbers of these beau
tiful waists, made f rom good
In various colors and the
new attractive stylesspec
You Caa Always Do Better at
1L v ilcooDicooB s Vzs
Who Always Does Better By You
8 P. M.
piano and theoretical sublets. Studio , gation putp08e8, is contemplated in an
-suite 1-2 Odd
, , mi.. flan
1U IW. Nelson of Mitchell.
OAKD OP THANKS
We wish to thank our neighbors and
friends, also the employees of the Sa-
'lean King Product Co. and Hunts
our sad bereavement in the loss of our
dear husband and brother, and also
for -the beautiful floral offerings.
Katherine Heckman, Theodore Heekrl
man and family. i . T "20
- - V, T
ME A T
think of the
Miss Cornelia Marvin, state librarian
.A,n;mr for Seattle from
where she will sail on the Kashima j. hw ay commission of the state of Col
-! f., tl,i flrient, on a five months ..,, i.i,. r surnnor. nuditor of
tonr. MISS m.irvm win uo
ied on tho tnur by Miss Jessica -Todd
of Monmouth, dean of women at tire
The latest arrival from overseas is
Joseph Minton, who arrived in Salem
W. T. KIGDON & CO.
252 North High Street
As a euide in opening a set of books
inn i-rt.,,,.,.,s fur .11 ox.ice oi tue state
state, has written 6am A, Koatfj dep
uty secretary of state, for shce s rrom
the various records in uso in Oregon.
t am i-.nn(.tin!ir HSsistanco from three
of tho most up to date states in the
union, vour state 'twing one oi xue
three, "'the letter from Strong reads.
Dr. F. H. Thompson surgeon fof the
state, industrial accident commission,
wlm hna ihnnn absent from the city
fliA.it Viim nkfl whilft ho travelled
in the east in interest of the commis-.
sion, returned to- his home here vvea
Tfp is in Portland to
io,. wiiilo in"hn piist Dr. Thomoson
visited the reconstruction hospitals at
Toronto, Dan., yvasnington, u. u., auu
Letterman hospital at aan Francisco.
Will celebrate Columbus day in hon
or of our .returned soldiers, sailors and
marines, the Kniehts of Columbus and
Danghtors of Isabella, on Monday eve
ni vtnhm 13. wilt celebrate Odium-
--- t - t
io nn wth mi informal dance in the
Derby building on Court end High
otrpota All Anldiors. sailors and ma
rinM w ill hn admitted free. Other
friends of the Kniehts cf Columbus
STATC ?. STRtEI ... ... b... s.d..r
, a , irtuu&LMi va m vumuiim ....
ARMORY -SATURDAY NIGHT
v ; Gents, 90c; War tax, 10c; total, $1.00
War tax, Ladies, 10c.
W. L, BRYANT
8 P. M.
NOTICE TO THE PTJBLIO
We wish to notify .our many friends
n-nil natrons that wo hav moved our
foffiee rooms from the Oregon Electric
building to rooms Kii-aia uray uivo,
adjoining uommaieiai oiuo ruutim.
Thanking yoa for :.pnt patronage we
extend a coraiai lnviuiuon no " t
qur new loatmJYours, for tbtisiness,
Perrine Maitors, Rooms S11-212
Gray bldg-V Salem, .Qr; Phone 907.
THE FURNITURE MAN
Will take your used furniture in
exehango for new.
j.vy a y.v... F . ju.y hx'A 1
This week we have an es
pecially fine lot of CHOICE
YOUNG BEEF, also a plen
tiful supply of MILK FED
In spite of the raise we offer
Sugar cured picnic hams,
per pound -25c
Pure lard (guaranteed),'
per pound ... $1.55
Swift's Jewel shortening,
per pound $1.20
It pays to trade at the -
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS tn'Mts Msjcsta. theAmertcan'
Coming To The Oregon For 4 Days Starting Sunday
Silk'umbrellas just arriv
ed. Priced $5.10 to $13.35.
At the. Remnant Store
Big New Hall
:: to meet
h ?f".TOf - 7.-4
Originators of Low Prices
351 State St. .
We want to meet all youngsters
boys and girls who arc putting tbeir
cye to $hd severe strain of school
work. 'Possibly any, eye examination
Will 'reveal the need of glasses which
will materially improve vision.
Spectacles particularly the Shcll
tcx are especially recommended. We
will gladly supply yoor child with
glasses if they really need them not
Call Saturday if convenient to you
otherwise at your convenience.
. HENRY E. MORRIS
805 State street
' Salem, Oregon
To the People of Polk and I larion Counties.
We are opening a produce market and will be prepuicd to purchase,
all kinds of produce. ...11
Thi'rill give the people o-e of the greatest opportunities for sell
ing and buying, our place will be i -i operation at oneo
We are already now for l'oiJ ;ry, Veal, Pork, Hides, Polts, Wool,
Potatoes, Onions, lieans, Hay, ere.
We are connected with an eastern firm and ara prepnrod to pay tne
Oivo us a trial vi you will be convinced
A market price will bo published in the Dady Capital Journal so
you may know every day tho latest quotations. ... . ;,.
Our plaeo Is located at 255 Ferry street in rear of the American
Automobile Garage, Temporary Phono 3!)9.
P,EN. MORPvlS. Manaprcr.