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ArlO CLUB WHIPPING Mft TRIM
gl WEDNESDAY NIGHT CONCERT
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MISS BERNICE SLARK
Accompanist for Apollo Club
Someone upon whom the waves of
fcarmony., which are rolled out by
the Apollo club at rehearsals, evi
dently had an appealing effect, took
occasion to .refer to the singers as
"the troubadours of our own home
town" and ventured the further re
mark that' those who will take in the
Initial concert of the Apollonians on
Jane 26 will surely appreciate, once
for always, that there is some talent
TMn Salm which has been lit
"r Roing to wastftMn the absence
Possess exclusive merits.
Clt'ETT PtKTrrrr UCO-KCC'. lers
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VACATION DAYS in ALASKA;
VIA :- :.: " '
CANADIAN PACIFIC "PRINCESS' STEAMERS'
VriUXCESS ALICE" "PRINCESS SOPHIA"
t June 1529 t - June 822
July 3 :J 27 July G 20
Aug. 10 21 Aug. 3-17-31
1 Sept, 721 Sept. 14
10 DAYS IN WONDERLAND
Seattle to Skagfway and Return . . $75.00
U. E. CIIACE, City Ticket Agent
Canadian Pacific R-y. Co.
55 Third St. . Portland, Oregon
Last Time Today-
' - ; Saturday
- 'AX - Y 1
Of organization and! efficient leader
ship. .. ..
John W. Todd, -who wields the bat
on for the singers and. who has ably
demonstrated his ability at "getting
affects" in the chorus work of the
Cherrian minstrel show, has shown
himself, as likewise possessed of a
good understanding of the higher
and more finished "language of emo
tion," and If the god of music, with
whose fabled accomplishments the
club chose to Identify itself, would
not at least smile his approval after
the club's best efforts have been put
forth, it will not be Mr. Todd's fault.
Special rehearsals are . rapidly
rounding out the program which will
be given next Wednesday" night at
the Grand Opera House.
RHEUMATIC AX1 KIDXET PI1XS
Troubled -with rheumatism, kid
nejr or bladder affection? Ton need
Foley's Kidney Pills. Mrs. Frank
B. Wood. R. F. D. 2 Morrill. Main
wr!tes. "I found relief as soon an I
began taking Foley's Kidney Pills
and could not stoop over; now' he
benefit from them. He war lame
mended to their childrentne use of
feels no pain."
' J. C. Perry.
Thos. II. -Ince
t P: C I: LEAGUE
At Portland !
Score: in it ' v
Seattle 1. J T .k
PorUaad 6 14 5
t Alexander, McMorran and Rlchre:
Arkenburg and Reed.
At Vanconver i
Score: ! Rv H ' E
Aberdeen j 6 n" 5
Vancouver jn is 3
Shader, Dobbs and Devlin: Luk
onavlc and McNulty. I
I NATIONAL LEAGUE:
At Brooklyn '
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scw., c J 1 8 3
Brooklyn t 2 10 1
Demare and McCarty, J Rariden;
Grimes. Cheney and Miller. (13
Boston . . . . . .
Rudolph and Wilson;
Davis and Adams, Burns.
R. II. E
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1 At Pittsburg
score: R. II. E
vaicago 1 7 0
Pittsburg ..0 3 2
Douglas and KUllfer; Harmon and
AT.IERICAN LEAGUE j
Score: R. H. E.
Cleveland 6 9 3
Chicago ............... 5 10" 3
Bagby and Tohmas. nKiii shn
enback and Jacobs.
At St. Louis
Score: . " ' T? TI
Detroit 7 8 2
St. Lonls 5 71
Kallio. Erickson and Yelle: Bor
ers and Nunamaker.
At New York
Score: " t? rt x
Washington 0 8 1
New York i.... 9 12 1
Shaw, Buckeve and Alnnmlthr T?n
sell and Hannah.
Score: TI TTV.
Philadelphia .......... s 10 0
Boston . 0-7 2
Geary and SfcAvoy: Bush and Ac.
At San Francisco
Score: n: tt! e.'
Salt Lake 6 2
San Francisco 4 10 4
Dubuc and Konnick;. Smith, Baum
Score: r. n.
Vernon 3 9
Sacramento 0 4
R: Mitchell, Dell. Qninn and De
vormer; Leak and Easterly.
At Los Angeles
Score: R. H. E.
Oakland . . .. 2 8 0
Los Angeles ...3 13 0
Krause and Murray; Pertica. Valencia-and
Boles. (10 innings).
GUX INJURES BOXER.
SAX JOSIJ. Cal., June 19. Eddie
Cam pi, one-time aspirant for the
lightweight boxing championship,
was perhaps fatally Injured by the
accidental discharge of a gun at his
uncle's ranch. 34 miles south of llol
llster. Ca?. early today, according
to telegrams received here. Cam pi
was1 rushed to Holllster and . is not
expected to live. Details of the ac
cident are. lacking.
Thank You, Says Sailor
(Through Statesman Columns
K Someone in Salem has sent a pres
ent to t. D. Chrisinger. who is with
the United States naval forces in
European waters. Mr. Crlslnger
wishes, through The Statesman, to
thank the persons who remembered
him. He writes: ,
.1 have been honored, by a very
nice present from my friends in Sa
lem and would like to let them know
that' I received it and was delighted
to get ft. I will try to show my gra
titude 'to them by letting them know
I received it and thank them many
tlmesL Would you kindly let them
know , through your paper. .In these
rorel gn places - even . a letter Is ai
waly a a very good thing- to cheer one
up Sifter a voyage on the dangerous
seaf 1 where- everyone , is t in danger
fro4.n the time, he leaves one port
until In another. T will leave no ad
dness as censor's rules forbid."
In His Latest
And Bill's Srapier'n Eyer
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OKEfiOX STATESMAN: THURSDAY, JIXK 20, 1918,
ASKED TO RUN
He Doesn't Want to Be Club
President Again But
Members Insist -
Manager Robert S. GUI of the
Commercial Club has tent personal
letters to all membern of the club
announcing the annusl business
meeting; smoker and talkfeet to
morrow night at 8 o'clock. The let
ter is more than an invitation. It Is
an 'appeal with a suggestion of the
imperative mood, for recent past ef
forts to get club members together
for the transaction of business hare j
been very discouraging. I
The last attempt to get a group
or ciud men unea up- ior ine ejection
cf a department head drew a mag
nificent gathering! three people;
Consequently there will be several
heads of departments to be elected
Friday night in addition to the reg
ular list of club officials.
For these reasons it .is important
that there should be. a large attend
ance tomorrow night. Manager Gill
makes it plain that the business pills
will be sugar-coated with Joy fea
tures something dainty to eat and
drink the usual rouad of "smokes"
rapid-fire sociability and discus
sion;, in addition to a spicy, snappy
talk by the pepnlar speaker, W. F.
VVoodard, of the firm or Woodard
Clarke -company, Portland. It only
rests with the membership to turn
out and make it one of the most en
joyable events of the -club year.
The detail of greatest interest will
be the election of a president
something that is still very much up
in the air. as there seems to be no
candidate in the field with an aching
ambition, to- serve. Doubtless the
club will be well satisfied. to retain!
President F.' W. Steusloff in- the
ehalr if he will consent to serve; but
the incumbent has- himself been
searching for a successor for several
In addition to the election of of
ficers a detailed report of the year's
activities will be given by Manager
Gill, who may be expected to regale
the company with some tack-pointed
suggestions and statistics.
The fact iff unavoidable tnat tne
club's activities have been-made to
suffer to some extent by the contin
uous drain of campaigns and' war
activities during the past stj montns.
. t w1l nnm nf ttl nrnb1mi
before the house tomorrow night to5eilfifOf QltOJi ' M'ettlbtt'Of
devise ways ana means ior Kecpm
up the functions- and resources of
the club in the' midst of these and
other outside demands.'
Sunday Work Not Needed;
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Declares Methodist BOOra
Th Sundav school board of the I
First Methodist church does not be-
lieve the call for laborers In the ber-
ry patches and cherry orchards is
urgent enough to call for working
on Sunday and. so expresses Itself fn
a resolution adopted last-night: In
view of the need, however, the board l
admonishes as many members of the
SSfJ" JS?fJr iOI;:r;,S
The resolution follows:
"In view or the urgent necessity
tnv mor workers to save the fruit
and berrv crons of. the Willamette!
Taller, we. the Sunday school board
Of the r irst aieinoaisi cnurxn, nrge inn uuiui am me cwuniy cuuin
as many of our people as possible lose Jurisdiction over feeble-minded
to give the fullest cooperation ; In person' arter they have been re
helping harvest the crops. ee-ed ar the Institution for feehle-
"We do not believe, however, that minded. The opinion holds that
the time has come when it is neces- any county court- may commit a
sary to work on Sunday ana wish
to record ourselves as oppo-ea wjUon, and then parole to relatives r
making this use of the Sabbath day. 1 guaniUna. Instead of actually send-
Tetr el PoDt Under ATT tit
IJl loWOm SayS Information
state nenitentiarr officials have
been informed that Terrel Pope, a I stltutlon and the state board of con
trusty who escaped from the Oregon I trol who may parole on the same
nrtsnn lant Januanr. la uuaer arrest.
st' Des Moines; la., and that be will
be proseented there on a numoer 011 rice hy Dr. J. N. Smith, strperinten
burglarr charges. He is also said I dent of the Institution for the fee-
to have committed roDDery n xmo -
braska. He had served several terms
In the Oregon prison. is uh sen
tence was from Multnomah- county
i, nMai-Ml momr by false
pretenses and was given a three-year
sentence. 110 ut j
when he escaped.
Major General Greene
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Uraerea' IO" naziunKioni
WASHIXGTO. June 19. Major
General Henry A. Greene, who ha
been In comman4 of the 91st division
national army at Camp Lewis, WasH;
has been ordered to report to Wash-
Ington. No explanation of the order
was forthcoming . from the wards-
partment tonight. Brigadier General
Frederick S. Foltx as been placed In
command at Cam Lewis temporarily.
With Wallace Reid
"TIIE BATTLE ROYAL
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TSmF cook T&i&sP
S A New Perfection
00 Cook' Stove
I. meant kitchen- '
I- comfort and con
j venience. Ask
i your friend who '
" " j lur one. Used in
I 3.000.0CO hornet.
j I ; Inexpensive, easy t
Br' I to operate. See
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I V ex's today. ,
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E. H: CAMPBELL, Special Agent, SUadard oaCt, Salem.
THESE STOVES FOB MLR BY FOIJX) WIXG .LM DFLLKIM: ... "l
E. Lb STIFF- A SOX. - SPIOTCRR HARDWAiaj CT, CILMBEIM AXD CTIAMBERS
BAY U. FAB3LEB IIABDWABE CO. CL H. HAMIITOV LX O. Bl'BK.V
VVW. MOOKR FUBMTUKE CO. 1MPEKLL Ft'BXnTBBCO.
. 8TAYTON' DEAUvRS: SIL"EBTOX DE.VI.ETiH:
LILEY ILIRDWARE CO. C. JL WRAV IIABDWABE CO.
PETER DEIDIUCH H. AMES 1LRDU ARK CO.
E.AC J11CK8 U.1BDWABE CO. .
Ship Supply Corporation
The Western Ship Suply company,
capitalised at $10,000 and having Its
main offices in Portland, filed arti-
c,cs 01 incorporation at me on ice 01
Corporation. Commissioner Schulder
man-yesterday. The incorporator
are Conrad P. Olsony Ben S. Hill and
Frank W. Gates.
- With-a capital of $100.000.. the
Sierra Metals corporation, havin
main offoces at Grants Pass, filed
articles yesterday.' The lncoTpora-
tors are A. H. Gunnell. Francis P.
Kurtx and O. S. Blanchard.
JaruAVtion Pa horn
Court to Superintendent
An opinion written yesterday by
I Assistant Attorney General Van
i feeble minded person to the institu-
I lng the person-to the Institution, on
I guardian give a bond. After th
I Jurisdiction' passes from the county
I cpurt to the superintendent of the in-
1 eanaiiions. Tne onesxion was re
I ferred to the attorney general's oN
i ble minded and arose from a case in
1 jndge Tazwell'ft court In Portland.
CtVp XOnditioitS Art Not
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I. tTOmiSTJlg ArOOMb DiedlOrd
' Crop condition are anything "hot
. . m a . a
I promising in tne aieaiora imgauou
district, according to a letter re-
I celved by State Engineer Lewis from
Leonard Carpenter., president of that
Irrigation district. Mr. Carpenter
says that the crops are dying in the
fields and that grain will almost be
a failure, though hay, grown on the
land In the district' will partially
relieve the stock feed shortage. Al-
faifa 1, gaid to be held at $19 a ton
I n- the field, a price considered al
most, prohibitive. t
jjl Japanese Intervention in
Russia Extremely Unlikely
TOKIO. Saturday. June 15. The
Associated Press is informed" that
lapanese Intervention In Bnssla Is
; extremely Improbable at the present
time unless it Is completely support
ed by the United States.
It Is declared that France. Great
Britain and Italy are actively in fa
vor of intervention and seek Ameri
ca's adherence. Japan reserves the
right to act alone In rase her Inter
ests are directly menaced.
Charles Auer of Salem
Reported Killed in Action
Charles Aner. son of "Mr. and Mrs.
John Aner. living on route -4. was
reported' killed la actios la France,
in Tuesday's casuallty list. The
The young' man' was It year old.
He enlisted shortly after the declara
tion of war. He was unmarried. Two
brother. Oscar and Jobs Aner. live
On hot summer days you wnt your kitchen cool
and comfdrtableHo cook in. A New: Perfection Oil
Ccok Stove males it so.
No smoke or odor; no dust or dirt, and all-the-ycar-round
Non of the bother of coal cr wood. Lights at the
touch, of a match and heats hr a jiffy, liconoraical
-And you have all the convenience of gas.
In 1, 2, 3 and 4 bcrner zlxr. with or withoct
ovebs or cabinets. Ask your dealer today.
STAND ARD OIL .COMPANY
Grant School Auxiliary
Ends Very Busy Season
One of the busiest patriotic organ
ization in Salem 1 the Junior Bed
Cross auxiliary at the Grant school
which, at the end of the year, had
turned Into Willamette chapter head
quarter $45 in cash beside the fol
lowing: Materials purchased and
articles manufactured 24 bed Jack
ets. IS shoulder shawls, 3 children's
blankets. 1 cradle basket. 43 pairs
sockar Materials or articles donat
ed 2 baby layettes, 20 articles of
children's clothing collected and ren
ovated. 90 dish towels. 43 pot hold
ers. 90 pin balls.. 237 gun polisher.
$0,0000 gun cleaners, 1 quilt,
pounds clipping for pillows Knit
ted for Bed Cross S sweaters. 13
pair socks, 3 helmets, 3 scarfs. 3
Presentation of Evidence
for Government Finished
CHICAGO, Jnne 19. The govern
ment lata today completed its pre
sentation of evidence In the seditious
conspiracy- trial of 109 I. W. W, lead
ers. Counsel for the defendants to
morrow will make formal motions be
fore beginning the Introduction of It
case." ederal 'judge uasdls dismis
sed the Jury-until Friday morning.
The trial- began on April 1.
3he Kind. Yon Hare 'Always' Soc!it7 tad whlch fcjj fceca
ia use tor ever ever 30 Tears, has borne th.& siznatorr cJ
AH Consterf eits,' Imitations and " Jnat-aa-fod n are tmt
Experiments tliat trifle vit!x and endanger the health d .
Infants and' ChildrenExperience axainst 'Experiment." -
v What is G'ASTORm
Castoria ia a harmlea cnbstit&te tor Castor Oil, Paiegorie,
Props and Soothing Syrups. ,;It ia pleasant. It cantains
neither Opisnv Morphine nor ether narcotic snhatance. Its
ege-is its guarantee. For more than' thirrjr years it hxs
Uea in constant txae for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
"Wind-Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying FeTerishness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and BowtU, ails '
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and TUtnral sleep.
, The ChUfireal aiautarrlho Mother's Fricad,'' "
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
i Bean the
In Use For Over 30 Years
Tho Kind .You, Have Always Bought
Home-Co King Day Is Set '
Salem Instead of, Portland will be
the place for Oregon's aaaaal home
timing this year and the Bate ha
been set for June 29. Scores of old
timers are expected here from all
parts of the northwest 'and arraag
toenta are being mad for their en
tertainment. Letters of Invitatkm
to the pioneers are being seat out by
the Commercial clb. Luncheon' Is
to be spread In Wlllson park and
those who do not live too far away
will brink in baskets full of good
things to eat: Among those jrho are
fostering the event-are:
. Justice and Mrs. George H. Bur
nett. Mr. and Mr. A. N. Bush. Mr.
and Mrs. G. P. Litchfield. Mr. and.
Mrs. A. II Moore. P. IL DArcy. Jo
seph II. Albert. Hal D. Pattnn.. E.
Cooke Patton, E. IL Crolsan. B. P.
noise, nr. and Mrs. J. A. Baker and
Mr. and Mrs. William Brown.
XAYAL A1BMEX KILLED.
PEXSACOLA, Fla June ..19.
B. K. 8ylveeter and' A. B. Blair, aaral
reserve aviators, were killed near the
Navy air station' today when their
airplanes collided. Itoth men were
sent here recently from the Boston
torhool of technology- to complete
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and nas.oeea. zzxada encrr-hia-per-
MI1Jl1 ropcrriaioa. siace its infaacjv.
Ci' ATTov no one tt itMhr vm
on farms near Parkersburgv