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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. Wednesday, October 22, 1919.
1 Around Town
Coming from the cheese district little valley town. Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
that m a iIa Curitnlanil tAftlnilM. T. R.
tteais ot TiuamooK, enjoyea me noa
pitaiity of the Marion hotel last eve
- Mrs. Fred Kirkwpod
the day In Portland.
J. P. Winter of Portland called on
-various state offioials Tuesday.
is spending Milton is the home town of Stan
ley Armstrong, one of the Marion
Guests at the Bligh hotel, are Mr.
and Mrs. S. Lindsay of Canby.
, F. N. DrinkhalI,.of Vale, spent the
day Tuesday as a guest at the Argo.
Apostolic faith meeting in Derby
jadg. postponed; Dallas road closed.
Hfnto 51iinrintA.nAant of Banks Will
Ih, Bennett is in Portland today on of
If there is a "B. C. Michigan" on
the map, that is the place from
which O. J. Wright, who .registered
at the Marlon hotel last evening, hails
from. " "
Ruti-rt nf tha Minnesota citv are In Sa
lem tndfur drawing their own eontec-
tures about the famous Willamette!
valley Industries and taking in the
points of Interest in tne capital city.
While here they are domiciled at the
J. K. Gill, of the J. K. Gill cora
iunv f Portland, is in the citv today
looking after his interests in the Sa
lem School Book store on ChemeKeia
Harry K. Spaulding has established
law offices with Grant Corby in the
Newton Van Dalsem, state director
of vocational education, is in Eugene
TiAmitv Kpp.rAtn.rv of State Sam A.
... . 1 O. tkt. ... i... Inn nn A U' u i 1 AAm
XV-USt3r IVll HUB itluiiiiiiB " "
spend at his home in Astoria and at
250 today on official business.
J. H. Denison of Medford, is among
' the out of town visitors in the capi
Representing McMinnville on the
register of the Argo hotel today, was
Joel R. Benton.
Annthur Pnrtlander visiting in Sa
lem and residing at the Marion dur
ing his stay was F. H. Deshon.
- Mm fj. O. Curtis Is giving a sale
of beautiful hats at special price of
$7.75. 125 N. High St.
Portland residents with a number
finlm -frtonrin. are Mr. and Mrs.
H. B. Mac Donald, and it was for the
express purpose of visiting them that
. 1 .. d.L.Jm. wamnA , i". .Ma Mnlfa
they stayed at the Marion.
Th. Ttualniwi Men's leaarue of the
PnmmAmlAl club will hold a meeting
at eight o clock tonignt at tne ciuo
rooms. Several matters of importance
will be discussed. !
Dr. W. J. Kerr, president of the
Oregon Agricultural college, called
yesterday at the office 01 uovernor
Olcott to discuss business arrecung
Brazier Small returned today from Miss Maude Robertson, who is em
' a combined business and ( pleasure 1 ployed in the Patton book store, was
the guest or irienas in utuuus ouu-
trip to Baker City.
Bead page 151 last week's Saturday
Evening Post. 251
From Grants Pass comes C. A. Te-'
; voae, who is attending to business In
terests In town today.
Otto Klett has sold the Electric res
taurant on State street to Jack Mat
tock, who will conduct the business
Hailing from Hinton, Oklahoma,
Mr. and Mrs. B. . A.. Long and C. A.
Long are registered at the- Argo. ,
Oakland, Cal., was represented pn
the register of the Marion today by
Frank E. Welch and Roy D. Stewart.'
fmm Milwaukee. Wis., came E. R.
Bacon yesterday and looked over the
business prospects of Oregon s capi
Dance new .Auburn hall Sat. night.
Good four Piece orchestra. Take a
Jitney, 26c. 252
See Diamond T Farm special at Ma
rlon garage. ... iM
Advertised as a ."confetti dance"
with "onnnk" music a Hallowe en
dance will be given in Stayton on the
31st of the month.
Among the Portlanders visiting in
Kaiom WndnBsrlav were Mr. and Mrs.
; W. A. Wilson. They were domiciled at
Leather belting. P. E. Shafer, har
ness and saddlery, it u . mnunercwi.
who F. I.Snodsrrass is not travel
hue he lives in Eugene. Today he is
at the Bligh hotel.
-v onri M Matt Clark of Port
land, are visiting professional and so
cial friends In Salem today. They are
registered at the Marion. . .
Mrs. O. Maybell and Mrs. G. Kurtz
kA,h Pnrtinnd. were among tne
jout of town people domiciled at the
Marlon hotel Monday.
-Portland is the home city of Mr,
and Mrs. J. D. Maddox, guests for
.the day at the Bligh. . ..
Mr, and Mrs. H. Anderson of Eu
gene, are stopping at the Bligh while
, visiting in the capital city.
The pleasant little town of Bayview
is represented on the register .of the
Bligh by Frank SooRum.
State Treasurer O. P. Hoff left last
night for Portland where he will re-
main for a few days on business.
rvimlnir from Donald for a short
visit with Salem friends, Mrs. F. A
Mercer is staying at the Bligh hotel
tinmhlninn a business and Pleasure
trip, Cecil L. Schreyer of Marshfield
. Is in the city today. The book at the
Marioa flaunts his - signature.
Mm.: barton .'Is : In Bah i Francisco
this week buying the latest' reading
lamps, lighting fixtures and nqyelties
for the Salem' Electric Co. 250
Tho Commercial club membership
t'ttm m ittM will meet at eiKht o'clock
tonight at the club chambers. Work
of perfecting the organization for the
mat nf the membership campaign will
be taken up; and the report of new
The national capltol extended its , 1
greetings to the Oregon state capitol B. A. "Sordal, secretary of the Och
wKsn C I,. Kennon of 'oeo Irrigation district, brought 1150,
WBahintrton. D. C. reelstered at tne nuu in ucnoco irriKauuii uioun.
Marion hotel. " bonds, certified by the irrigation se-
curities commission, to tne secretary
ht- on Mm T.nthnr Rowland. Of I nf Htnte's of fice yesterday. He was ac
the Rowland Printing company, re- 'companied by" Mr. Shuler of Clark,
turned teday from Hood River where Kendal & Company, Portland,
.v.,.,. wn BTwniilTiff the nAflt sev- t . .
" " . . . ... T,,,,,.-
eral weeks. . . The iunerai services ui '""
Robert Quincey who died last sun-
. , 1,11 J in ' .1.... nrA-A nnnHlintAd VlV RfW6nd
spector, and C. T. Kammer, both of Father Buck of St. Joseph's Catholic
1 1 JL vluvA J Iff
I ".." in,,'
1 1 nntsJ .AXstms
I Special Offer
MEET ME AT MEYERS
All wool auto ..
robes manufac- "
tured by the Stay
ton Woolen Mills
Neat designs, ex
ship. Will wear
Only . vf
In the very newest
fabrics and correct
To clean up the .
thi ranorai land office in Portland
were business visitors at the office of
the state engineer yesterday.
church at the family residence on the
silvArtnn road this afternoon. Inter
ment was in the Mount Crest Mauso
Dr. fihalmer Lee OeorBe. dentist, 313-
314 Masonitt Wdg. Phone 181. S52
Professor D. W. Graham of Port
land, one of the most noted violin
ists of the northwest, is in Salem to
day. . During his professional visit
here he is staying at the Marion. -
C. L. Hawley, former senator from
Polk county, well known as a rancn
er and stockman, called upon Govern
Hunting permits were issued to the
following yesterday: Frank Lyniff,
Robert Came, B. F. Brunk, Eugene
Eckerlln, F. A. Gleason, J. W. Young,
v a -Biriitnn. all of Salem. R. O.
nnnior Shaw: Frank Marlette. Ger-
vala A combination fishing and hunt-
ino- iinnnao was made out for E. F.
Amort of Shaw. ......
Tfe-oirtn Miller has sold his residence
er and stockrhan, called upon govern- , gtreet and ha,
or Olcott and Dr. W. H. Lytle, state room Dunealow on
veterinarian, while In Salem for the
i n irmatrnntr of Roseburg, coun-
Ity fruit inspector of Douglas county,
called yesterday at tne onice oi nun
Engineer Percy a. jupper.
-M-ma w TAvwiilicrAr.HnAnAed ladv em
hviiu " m t :
balmer with TerwiUiger Funeral Home,
770 Chemeketa fit. t-none to.
After a long transcontinental trip.
W.- E. Owens of Milwaukee, wis., ar
rived in Salem yesterday and is a
guest at the Marlon hotel.
CVioriff o. D. Bower. Who
has been enjoying a vacation hunting
in the mountains, will return iu d
lenv Saturday or Sunday.
Ran Francisco was well represented
,. Marinn tndav. Among the vis
itors from the Bay city were wiiiara
Fay and W. H., Warran, , . -
A social visit was the cause of J.
L. Sullivan's short sojourn In saiem
yesterday. Mr. Sullivan followed up
his signature with "Portland" .wnen
he presented himself at the Marion
HnnorlntATirlBTlt BilllngSlS Who WSS
injured In the recent street car acci
dent on Twelfth and State streets; and
who has since been confined in a lo
cal hospital, was sufficiently recover
ed to be removed to his home last
Of' . "Pa til. Mlnnnnota. is no doubt
& great deal better known throughout
noui - Ti.it.
the states than la our own St. Paul m i.'T'i. t-mmdencs: and
in Marion county, but It is doubtful turted to hl. home ,
11 ine communis biiiih m '
highly developed there than in the Pendleton.
rr...i-i tViA wof and the south
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mark of Chicago
atnnned for the day at tne Marion
Monday on their way to California
PAof! tum lil last week's Satur-
Ax, Vuanlnff Pnst. 251
Wanted, loan of $1000 on A No. 1
city property, on long time. SeS Flem
ing Realty Co., 841 iitate tst. zox-
Claimlng Talbot as his residence,
William Krebs placed his siRnaiu,i
upon the book at Bligh hotel Tues
day. The final account of Paul Marnach
administrator of the estate, of John
Marnach, was submitted to the county
court Wednesday for approval.
nttmhnaed it five room bungalow on
North Twenty fourth street, where he
is now residing. According to jar.
Miller there is a considerable amount
of activity in real estate matters in
the northern part of town.
fit At a, Tjihnr Commissioner Gram
in Portland this noon on offi
cial business. He will remain m tne
nAtmnniiii nvr Fridftv when he win
ottAxd a aAininn of the Columbia Riv-
Ar Ttoin branch of the executive
! board ot the national safety council.
Glen McLaughlin, 19, and Arthur
Lyons, 1. boys who were arrested
hero Monday night as tney luraeu in
a jnoinn allev. after an investiga
tion, were released and sent to tneir
This magazine should be
in every home. It is of
special interest to every
member of the family.
Every page clean and
wholesome. Try it one
year and you will never
keep house without it. A
is now placing subscrip
Take advantage. Call at
The New Kewpie
Just received, the cut
est, cleverest "Kew-
pies" ever designed.
They are on display in
- the Drapery Department.
Fine lawn, with very dainty embroidered corners.
Pcaiitifnl whifp Hsaiip artisticallv embroidered.
UVMUV.Ma ' -. V w Mmww - - J
Some are plain white, others with cleverly design
ed colored borders. . . . , ,
The shipment includes "MADERIA" and COLOR
ED CREPE de CHINE. Make your selections early,
while stock is full. - ;
The very newest
ing the famous
line of CHENEY
SILKS. The big
gest showing we
have made. All
prices from 65c
The first person to bring 75 emp-
ir Taiilan bottles to Tyler's Drug
Store, 157 S. Commercial St., will re
ceive one bottle of Tanlac free. 250
r tv,Aif wav to California for a
r.iAAAA lannt. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
r ConttlA ntnnned in Salem
txavj wj. , -
last week end to visit a while with
capital city friends.
ni,A in th Illness of one of the ma
terial witnesses, the ease of the state
tD r'hafWP.rundaee'. for non
I support, was postponed indefinitely in
justice court tms morning.
p a TTleftr secretary of the state
highway commission, left this noon
for Portland to appear in ine uemom
.AAA nnnr in nroeress there, as
a witness for the government.
Eleven deeds, the biggst average
for a week, were recorded at the
the county recorder's office Wednes
day. The rush of transfers continues,
the office force being required to
-work a little over time to complete
the work. . . ' "
The board of directors of the SS-
iArv 'r"rmm.rr.Ial club will meet to
night at six o'clock in the Rose rooiri
of the Spa. It is understood that only
routine business will come oeiore ine
v T. -RnMianan U aeent in Marion
and Polk counties for the National life
Insurance Co., U. S. A. See him for a
full return premium poncy on
u tli nnlv kind. Phone 1332.T
fn IvltAfVitnW. ' . 267
m, funral of Williarri1 Fugate will
ha hM at three o'clock Thursday af
ternoon at the RIgdon Chapel, High
street.-Dr. Avison, of the Methodist
Episcopal church will officiate. The
Interment will be at the Mount Crest
Tt A c fUnnwill ibe foun'3 at Ty
ler's' Drug Store, 157 South CommeTj
Vashon Island is? Ac
cording to Joseph Caster who regis
tered at the Argo hotel, Wednesday,
i. ia in mil- Binter state. Washington.
A close study of the map will reveal
tt, settled calmly in waters oi rugei
Good Buys In Houses
B room modern tuhgalow With sleeping porch, located at 2080 N.
.n,d.w trAt. Price (2500. $1000 cash, balance to suit at o
6 room cottage, located at 1005 Shipping St., corner lot 60x125
W TrlM- 1950. ! -
k mnm hnuaa with basement, located at 1344 Lee St. Price $1250.
7 room house with basement, located at 910 S. 12th Street. Price
1500. ' : :34iS3
6 room modern house with furniture, located at .1370 State St.
Price $5000. , .
room house, located at 691 S. 17th St. Price $900.
g room modern houBe with 3-4 of an acre, loated at 480 North
24th St., good garage. Price $5250.
room modern house with large lot located at isbu worm cum
mer 'St. Price $4200.
5 room plastered house with bath, toilet and wood snea, locat
ed at 1125 South 16th St. Price $950 if sold soon.
room modern bungalow at 1040 S. Liberty St. Price sittuu.
room house at 1010 Oak St. Price $2650.
rnnm house in fine condition with barn, lot 60x133 ft. locat
ed at 2162 Elm St. Price $1700,.
room house, fine comer lot, paved streets, located at uao .
High St. Price $3500.
room modern house located at 46S N. Commercial St. Price 14,-
6 room modern bungalow at 61.0 8. 18th St. Price $1650.
room house at 785 Ferry St.; Price $2000.
8 room modern house at 1760 S. Liberty St. Price $3800.
W; H. GRABENHORST & CO.
275 State street ' ,
YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT
Who Always Does Better By You
HA ITTV. V
Tiiunn Tlav. a resident of South Sa
lem has returned from the prune sec
tions near Boise, Idaho, where ne naB
had the management of a large dry
er for the past five weens, kit. ivay
reports businHS In that section of
the country extremely good and says
that common labor is much Deuer
paid than in this part of the north
' the Salem publlo will have the oppor-
tunity oi viewing more man unt val
uable collection of paintings.
SENATE AGREES RESER
VATIONS NEED APPROVAL
(Continued from page one)
Mr, t. T Rheldnn. art director in
the nubile schools of Salem and head
of the art department in' the Are
League of the city, has returned
from Portland where Bhe visitea ine
... Avhihit in the public library
there. She is very enthusiastic about
the display and plans on bringing it
to Salem if tt Is at all possible. Mrs.
Sheldon, who is a critic of accepted
anility, says that there are a numoer
of works in the exhibit that are real
iv valuable. exDressing, as they do,
the new note in art Many are by ris-
I. -' -VrtrV ..11'
ing young aruHui v j.,w v
If the plans of the league mature,
mertt and the two or three minor
amendments will have been disposed
of and the reservation fight will be
shifted to the senate floor. There,
Hitchcock plans, with the support f
friendly republicans, to vote down the
committee reservations, offer a substi
tute resolution and from that work to
a compromise until the necessary two
thirds votes are obtained.
For saJer house with 8 rooms, plas
tered (-no basement), and barn makes
rood" arage, 148 reel ironi. iu;
fruit, apples, pears, prunes, cherries,
four bearing English walnut trees,
cement walks. Southwest corner Mar
ket and Fourth Sts., Salem, Or. Phone
2081 J. 26
rm mdiro RnlpiTi their home, Mr.
m-o Fiverett Morrow of Daven-
t isih arrived here Tuesday eve
ning and are at present the guests of
Mrs. Morrow's father, w. u. i,ouii,
444 Mission street. Mr. Morrow is an
expert automobile mechanic.
SIME 3. STREtT
Harold Bell Wright's
' fiSTr No. 6. K. T. this eve
nine. Work in the Tem-
Vlsiting Sir'KnighU wel-
W. T. BIGDOK CO.
tS2 North High Street
rini, iinon the urgent invitation
n, nnir nf the Eastern Star, at
whose social afternoon, held in the
u.iia Tmnl vesterday. she was
m. i.niii T). Miller of Port-
n ni at the Marion hotel
1U1IU, 1 . ft
yesterday. She was aecompameu
her assistant, Mrs. Henning Carlson.
The county was awarded another
additional army truck lor paving op
erations by the state Wednesday, t-.h
makes two trucks Marion county hat
u,a tmm the state, under thi
a nt tho invemment granting t
truck .to each county in Oregon. Thif
makes two trucks Marion county hai
receiveu. , .,.,
in Ha nlana for orenaration of th'
paving progranv in the county tier
AAAann. th county court Is investi
gating the product of the Silica Klnf
Mines company, ursu
iior tar the asnhaltic surface. Coun-
I tv Recorder Culver may make a spec
1 i.i tr-tn in the mines, which are a'
I the eastern outskirts of Oregon City
. atM make arranerements to secure th-
filler. Information thus far receive'
by Roadmaster Culver and the coun
mnrt shows that the silica filler 1-
superior to any other filled- seed- lr.
STARTS NEXT SUNDAY
SLUG SALE I
' sapporting WILLIAM DT7NCAS '
in the Great Titagtsph Berial
Shows 2, 4, 7 and 9 ye Jberty Prices 50c 25c
Having sold my farm I will sell at Public Auc
tion at my farm, located 8 miles east of Salem, 7
miles west of Silverton, on the Salem and Silverton
road, on -
Thursday, October 23, 1 91 9 J
black horse, 10 years old, weight 1400 pounds; 1 iron : :
grey horse, 6 years old, weight 1450 pounds; 1 bay ::
horse, 12 years old, weight about 1100 pounds; 1 ::
bay mare, 12 years old, weight about 1100 pounds; : :
1 brown mare, 10 years old, weight about 1200 : 1
head hogs, 3 good sows in pig, 9 head shoats, weight t
about 125 pounds. Machinery:! 7-foot Deering
Dinder; l o-ioot Advance mower; l b-ioot Monitor i
double disc dril1 ; 1 Milbm n wagon; 1 flat top rack; t
1 wood rack; 1 P. & 0.-wiggle-tail cultivator; 1 P. & I
0. harrow cavt; 1 Galloway cream separator; 500
pounds capacity pump jack; 1 2-section harrow; 1
potato digg'r; 1 hack, 1 5-shovel garden cultivator, I
1 single bur gy, about 300 feet of steel cable. Harness $
1 set do ible harness; 1 set single plow harness; 1 t
: set single driving harness; 6 collarsr-and other ar- i
ucies too numerous to mention
SALE STARTS AT 10 A. M. SHARP
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED ON THE GROUNDS
TTCRMS All sums $10 ()() and nnrlpr rash All
r sums over $10.00 12 months time will be given on
r Vnrlro Vvlr. nnfno n onnn1 Q nor nonf vnf iatacf All y rn-
I perty must be settled for before leaving premises.
A.L STEVENSON F.N.BASSETT
AUCTIONEER OWNER. $.