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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1919.
Dante Wednesday night new Auburn
lall. Take '. jitney, 25c. 243
W. il. Agnes of Spokane ealled on
State "Engineer Cupper -on business
Monday. " ' '
Dr. Chalmer Lee George, dentist, 313
311 Masonio bldg. Phone 181. ; 252
R. B. Goodln, secretary of the state
fcoard of control, is in Portland today
on official business.
Sot Sice. 1148 Oak street, nephew
of City Treasurer Bice, returned to his
home hers Monday. Mr. Rice under
went an operation at St. Vincent a hos
pital, in Portland, several days ago for
goitre. His condition ds regarded fav
i Notice Salem-Dallas , road
from West Salem to'Eola. , .
Western Conservatory of Musie of
Chicago, 111., 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
1671R. - 1015
Irrigation and Willamette valley
climate form a combination that is
hard: to beat when it comes to produc
ing everbearing strawberries, in the
estimation of J. M. Christopher of Ma
rion, Mr. Christopher who was in this
morning to complete his filing upon
water for irrigation purposes upon his
tract, brought with him a box of the
luscious berries just to show what can
be done in the strawberry line with
the aid of , irrigation. Lack of sunshine
has robbed tho fruit of some of its
sweetness but in appearance the 'ber
ries are as rich as any appearing on the
local market in the normal strawberry
Mrs. Alice A. Miles has gone to Sil
verton, where she will spend a few days
attending to business matters.
Apostolic faith meeting in the Derby
hall every Wednesday night, 7:45. 213
C. M. Boggs and Porter J. Neff, Md
ford attorneys, were transacting bus
iness at the capitol Monday.
Wanted $1100 loan on modern city
property valuo $3000. See Wm. Fleming.
311 State stroet.
Ralph Watson, political writer for
the Portland Journal, was visiting in
alom and the capitol Tuesday. .
Leather belting. I E. Shafer, har
ness and saddlery. 170 S. Commercial
D nr,A "W V. MoGee will preach
i r.l. movt Smirtnv" at both the
morning and evening services. The jmb-,i
lie is cordially inviieu iu
Norma N.Terwilliger,Hcensed lady em
m ill: tn., nal TTrtTTlft.
banner wita rerwimgur '
770 unemeKeia ou nmuo
for 'the state land board for Benton
county, was a business visitor
state capitol, monuay anciiwui..
Sir room bungalow, modern except
i . lot 1538 Sairinaw. $2,-
750; half oash, balance 8 per cent. Bee
I will not be responsible for anp
debts unless contracted by myse"-
. Carl Veatch. .
A. F. Beach, a former job printer of
this city, recently purchased the Ran
Eier Review, Oolunubia county, accord
ing to wrd received by his friends
Artificial teeth, have expert plate
man, with over 35 years experience,
t my office. Br. D. X. Boechler, den
tist, 302 U. S. Nat. Bank bldg.
Police Sergeant Harry Rowe, who
as ibeon off duty for several days due
to injuries sustained when he was put
dng in wood, ; returned to his post
The theft of his big car from the
front of his home some time Monday,
-was reported to police by G.. Klorfoin,
M71 Chemokcta street. The stolen auto
. . - i.ni.j T.iaoAnv mnrninC.
Had noi toecn
Mrs. 'Ralph White will give an in-
formal dancing pwj .
senior pupils after the lesson hour Wed
Mrs. Zadoc Riggs, president of the
, r l..(K inff MnrnlftV lor
caiem woman tiu.u, iv -
"Corvallis where she will attend a meet
ing of associated womens clubs. Sne
will be absent from Salem for several
rr Tv.i -.lniroi1 nf iho Wil
nomer n. di, cj -
liani Gahlsdorf store, sustained a brok
en arm Monday evening while he was
. . T.i j Thft frafttiirft Was
CTanwng a i uw.
very painful, but Best was doing well
.Flashlight batteries, at Tyler's drug
store, 157 South, tjommerciai.
The body of Paulino Rice, 42, who
died Monday at. the state hospital, was
m t tor hninfi in Eueene,
whore burial will take place. The 'Rg
don Undertaking company had charge
of tho body here,.
Huh Bresslcr, a former street ar
1 man of Salem, who has been farming
on his 26 acre tract five miles east of
Salem for the past Beven years fas
sold the place to North Dakota parties,
and will return to" Salem.
llvory toilet ods, complete line.
Tyler's drug store, 157 South Commer
. . o ui nnVar nftnrnev and
legislator, was a state capitol visitor
Monday, transacting business and shaK-
'i ii ill tlintr ia ailillZ
lag nanus u -
astern Oregon "just now is the lactc or.
rain, aecoroing iu vnV
That a street light, at Center and
Marion street was out, was reportedto
police headquarters Monday night. The
x . n. xi. x . vuutcuj,
new contract. calling for the notifi
cation of lights being out, was notified.
Special meeting of Salem
lodge No. 4, A. F. & A. M.
this evening. Work in the E.
A. degree. Visiting brethren
welcome. . 243
A. J. Mathis, who resides at Fruit-
land nursery, reported Tuesday that he'
has an acre and a half of raspberries,
ripe, green and in Blossom. To sub
stantiate his statement he brought a
large branch of tho luscious fruit to
Salem and showed his many friends.-
A phurp.linmn aaftneiation has been
organized at Pendleton with three ac
credited members from each of the f ro
testant congregations. . '
E. L. Buohanan is agent in Marion
and liolk counties for the National Life
T 5. . TT CI A O 1.2
inaurunce vu., u. a. owe uiiu xyr tt
full return premium policy on your
life, it's the only kind. Phone 1332J
for interview. 267
Escaping without injury to himself,
R. S. Howard, driving an auto, collid
ed, with a streetcar Monday night at
the intersection of 18th ana State
streets. The auto was badly damaged.
'Officer Branson, who Teported the ac
cident at police headquarters, said that
the streetcar had the right or way.
Tasnancn of 4900.000 in "bonds to fi-
nnnpn irriorntinn nf 28.000 acrpa of the
Langoll valley in Klamath county, was
approved Saturday at a special election
"REDS" STRIVE TO GET
COIOL IN GARY.IND.
Gary, Indr.. Oct. 14.r-Circulars sign
ed "the communists calling upon la
boring men to arise and seize control
"as in Russia" claimed the attention
of reanlar soldiers here today. Colonel
W. S. Mapes, commanding troops in the
stool district, set his men to running
down those responsible for the propo
gandn. An effort was made to get from
six prisoners the location of the print
ing press from which the circulars was
lBsued. - .
Colonel Mapes reiterated his state
ment that there was a definite "red"
plot to overthrow the regular govern
Miss Rosa Espinosa, graduate of tho
University of Colorado, is the new pro
fnao,i. nf ftnAmah at the University- of
V srr lUn I
' "MM' I
MEET ME AT MEYERS i
STATE STREET , AA e d.,.1 r i R.-iij;.
Mto: State atf
President Carl G-.. Doney left this
morning f6r a five days' tour of east
ern Oregon and Idaho. His first stop
will be at Bend. From there he will
'take in other eastern Oregon towns
and pay a short visit to Idaho. While
"he real purpose of the mission is not
iknown, it is thought that the now
Lausanne hall is crying for more mon
Arguments on tho Butler murder ease
from Jackson county were reopened
in tho supreme court today, Attorney
O. J. Boggs of Medford and County
Attorney George E.- Roberts of Med
ford appearing for the defendant and
state respectively. Butler was convict
ed for shooting a neighbor from ami-
bush, from a barricade of the county
road he had erected.
Just received the Second Shipment of
19 2 Q
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Wed. Oct. 15
The Selwyns Serve
Sport Corsets and Elastic
We have enlarged our Corset Department, ad
ding SPORT CORSETS and ELASTIC GIRDLES.
These are built on scientific lines, out of the very
best materials. Priced from $2.00 to $3.00. This ad
dition now makes our Corset Department very com
plete, placing us in a position to care for every. Cor--set
We carry the
Nemo, Royal Worcester, Bon Ton
They are the pick of the best, and fitted to you by an experienced corsetiere.
Tub Silk Waists
We have received a beautiful line
of these very dressy and serviceable
waists. The material is of good
QUALITY and WORKMANSHIP
first class. SPECIALLY PRICED
A Sparkling Snapi.y Comedy By
Roi Cooper Megrue
A School for Wives, A Lesson for
Husbands, An Example for Lover
Prices 50c to $2.00, Plus War Tax.
Seats on Sale At
Opera House Pharmacy
Call and inspect the new models, which, include many
new refinements, such as, Longer Spring Fork,
Sloped Head Type Cylinders, Wider Brake with
more leverage. Motor Driven Horn, Fully Enclosed
I Front Chain, More quiet Muffler and many other
improvements. We are also able to supply a tew
of the new
Sport Model Harleys
"The Boss of the Solo Mounts
Call for demonstration now.
Harry W. Scott
Today's express' 'brought "us two
. -shipments of
WOOL AUTO ROBES.
One from the OREGON CITY mills,
and one from the Stayton Mills. They
, have been priced close for quick sell
ing. This is "HOME INDUSTRY
and should receive your first consid-"
Tomorrow's Big Sale
There is a good serviceable pattern most excellent
for School Dresses. 36 inches wide.
ONE DAY ONLY..... -
You Can Always Do Better at
Woo Always Does Better By You
147 S. Commercial St.
BIG STRIKE IMPENDS
Indlananolis. Inflr.. Oct. 14. (United
Press.) "The miners will not retract."
The wa the ultimatum sounded by
John L. Lewis, acting president of the
Unitod Mine Workers of America, upon
his arrival here today from Philadelphia.
"The strikn order will go out tomor
row or Thursday. Our people are in dis
tress End we must take action."
Oct. 19, 20, 21, 22
W. T. BIGDON k CO.
252 North High Street
"HIS MAGESTT THE
Hero of the Eastland
FAMOrS BlTtAL STORY
OF THE OZARKS THE
of the HILLS"
TEN WONDERFUL REELS
I More Beautiful
' Even though there is an acute shortage of fancy
skins, Women's fine shoes will be more beautiful
than ever. This is especially true in the
Line where only the finest of leathers are used
only the most skilled workmen employed to make
them, only the most
STYLISH LASTS USED
Milady who insists on
Is always sure of the most charming feet. So distinc
tive and so entirely different.
Our selection of Maxine Footwear is complete. We
advise an early choice t
Buster Brown Shoe Store
Many Demands By LW.W.
Who Call Sporadic Strikes
Seattle, Wash., Oct. 14. Sporadif,
strikes in lumbor camps are bi'injf called
by the Lumber Workers Industrial Un
ion, I. W. W., according to advices
reaching Seattle today. The men pro
test a 25 daily increase in board bill.
(Made in Bilvertoo)
Cooks with kindlings
or small wood. Heats
like furnace. Goods
jg? supplied to dealers by
P.O. box 159 Portland
Saun IiOui has not sold
out his restaurant on High
street. Wants a .young
lady to wait tables also.
SACKS and RAGS of all kinds, top
Auto wrecking a specialty
STEINBOCK JUNK CO.
326 N. COMMERCIAL. PHONE 305
Don'.t forgot tho number
Our purpose is now
hs it has alwnys been
to serve tho public
in a way that wiill
ninaf flinir fl.T)PrOVal.
The courtesy of our
staff is untaumg..
A Natural Aid
Our J & K Mac and Mak Unlocked Process
Shoes have no steel shanks or other hardware ap
pliances. By a wonderful invention, these shoes
supply absolute comfort to women naturally
with the movement of the foot.
Madam, Try on a Pair
Enjoy the "pump" effect at the archthe up
lift that comes with each step. Let us expla .n the
unlocked insole, the sidewise flexibility as well as
the automatic "up and down" pumping.
?-r (I It'
No Breaking In
Remember, these shoes are NOT for cripples.
They are for every womafl who wants comfortable
shoes at little or no sacrifice of style. Same prices as
for other footwear of corresponding quality.