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TIIFJ OltFCOX NTATMMAX: frATl'RH.W. MAY . I020.
KEXTUCK I AXfiETS
BROOKSVILLE, Ky.. May 7. A
jury trying Thomas Marksberry f-f
the murder of Jesse Glenn' here last
-fall, late today reported a verdict of
guilty of mnrder in the first degree.
Convicted of Murder
PON'TIAC, Mich.. May 7. A Jury
in circuit court tare today found An
son Best, a Flint. Mich., youth.
the murder of Miss Vera
M.rb.ho BUIIiy O
pastor was sentenced to life p.ne.der, telephone operator who-e
nrmam . .(, f boey was found on tae porch of an
ocment in the stafe penitentiary. unoccupied dweUing ,n restricted
residence diEtrict here April 25. Best
SPOKANE OEIUTKRS 1KFEAT
WALLA VALI,A. Wash.. May 7.
-The debate team representing the
North Central high fchool of Spokane
tonight defeated Walla Walla high
schcol twc to one In a dual debate.
Spokane debaters were Paul Cough
Hn and Wesley Robsoa. 'Walla Wal
la debaters were Brentx Sterling and
was sentenced to life imprisonment
at the Marquette prison.
PITCH KB SXIDKlt KOI.I.
Ye L"h it
LOS ANGELES. May 6 Pete
Snider, righthanded pitcher of the
Vernon clnb of the . Pacific coast
baseball league, has been turned
ver to tL Beaumont club of the
Texas league, according to an an
nouncement made here tonight by
Manager William Essick.
M IiAXDMOTHEK KXOWs tVIIATS
Mrs. V. M. Kau 502 Armondale
St., N. S.. Pittsburg, Pa., writes: "I
used Foley's Honey and Tar for my
little grandson as he had a bad cold,
and it did him lots of good. I used
a lot of it when my own children
were small." This old reliable medi
cine helps coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. -J. C. Perry.
CARPETS for people who cannot use rags.
Yes, we arl now well prepared to show the
latest patterns in spring carpets. We can
I cover your floors complete. No lost time send
ing away.. The goods are right here in .the
store at prices far below the present day val
ue. Bought before the last raise. Come in
and let ns show yon.
jinnrlc instructor of. Willamette nnl
' Neit came th master of ceremon-
AT Mi l AM17TTF ?nr r. in ... ju.
ill lllLLHlULl IE )jonnn. rreceded the queen-elect
V w ho the appeared, arrayed In a robe
DDUTTV UVEMT-o' daiilli whiteness. The two .id.
KM I I CiVCilll lof her radiant train w?re held by the
A IMJ Ul 1 ,,,.... i,..m. n.trle Evans.
Before the queen were ber Vo
raaiu. Freda Campbell and Odell
Savage, who wore dainty pink robes.
.. - . ... th attn!
ln??2 nTaVuuV V.ld. wh. The Wm.msW. Junior. .Mr
were dres-e of snowy whiteness and '.production or ins mt
aVraV? pTna" hats, 'rh- "2 1 " '"ALll "
followed. IKn Jennison Wa i ui.u v..
who were Honors i uo ui mn ,
Coronation of Queen Gorge
ous Affair at Which Gov
DONEY GIVES WELCOME
Willamette Students Display
Exceptional Talent in
"Lady of Lyons"
Winding of May Pole Attract
ive Feature of Brilliant Af
peeehappelles and Ralph Thomas aa
eirelleat Colonel Ptmii. Paal.Fls
sel old well In his part as Monslsor
Deschappellea. Dorothy Itoehnr
took the part of Widow MelaOtt.
mother of the hero. MoaiUar Git
vis. a thoughtless young friend of
the villain', was nobis Fisher. Oth
er members of the cast were Ivaa
Corner. Mary Notson. William Sher
wood. Kith Lyman. Fred Alderlch
Kussell Rarey. Frank Foster and
Harold l.mmel. The play was pn
duced under th direction of Elisa
beth Hi r res. bead of the dramatic
department or the ElltsorfWhll
Conservatory of Mosic at Portland.
The entire audience stood t
Queen Evelyn I entered aad took her
As sbe enters!
..J,: ' r.t.r ih. fool, t ward Hnlwer-I-ytton proved a very sest wiia ner ern.
. r, c o hed with cardinal nd h.ppr one as it attracted intense In
viA rurnients. The long array
Floyd Mclatyrv and FraarU Ctm
aaag the -Herald's Boag- atara-J.
lag the comiag of the qaeea.
During the taterraistos iuv
were aceailaled by Ue caatg tl
seeaery la the pUy the a4ir ,u
aept tnirnamea sy ise varstty er.
chestrm or by the varrify clowxa. Tu
elowas were made up to rr;i u
aa liTet(tabie roaatry farslly.
were Vera Fergasoe. Lo J&a:&l
0tar Payne aad R. C Cock, ;TTa
few borrowed rtildrsa to k!y
A maa eaaaat always to vl
he reaches the door of jporti-:-
"Tht y be tree, hat Ue f.
who tries every door he cerate ta
will open one sooner or Hit r js.
The Willamette university campus
was the fcene of a royal coronation
yesterday when Qaeen Evelyn I was
crown! Queen of the May by Gov
ernor Olcott who was master of ceremonies.
The coronation ceremony was very
impressive. The royal party was led
by four heralds and by the varsity who arranged
quartet, composed of Francis Cram
er. Edwin Soeolofsky, Fred McGrew.
and Floyd Mclntyre. who sang tha
annual coronation hymn, "The Her
ald' Song." This Is a typical Wil
lamette song, of unusual merit, com
posed by Dean Mendenha.ll. once the
C. S. HAMILTON
340 Court Street
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These Warm Days Suggest the Use of
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SPECIAL PRICES For SATURDAY
Ladies' White Oxfords
; Regular $4.25 White Canras
Oxfords, Louis heels, practi
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7': ' $2.95 . , . ; : -Indies'
Regular $6.00 to $8.00 White
Canvas Shoes, Military heels
Ladies' White Shoes I
Regular $7.00 white polar ,
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Ladies' White Shoes
Regular $6.00 and $8.00
White Canvas shoes, plain
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Ladies' White Shoes
Regular $6.75 white reinskin
shoes, welt sole, militar heels
Children's White Shoes
t Regular $3.75 White Canvas
1 shoes, plain toe low heel, siz
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One Lot White Shoes
Regular $2.75 and $3.00
Whit Shoes, sizes from 8
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Ladies' Dress Shoes
One lot Ladies' Black, Ivory and Grey Shoes, Cloth Top,
French Heels, all sizes S2-87
One lot Ladies V Black Kid Shoes, Cuban or French heels,
all sizes........ $292
Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps
$11.00 "Red Cross' Patent Pumps, turn sole, French heels,
broken sizes $7.3 g
$12.00 "Red Cross" Black Kid Oxfords, French heels, all
Men's Dress Shoes
$9.00 Men's Black Gun Metal Button, Semi English
$8.00 Black Calf Blucher Lace, round toe, welt sole. .$563
$8.50 Men's Brown Calf Lace, English last, welt sole S5 Q8
$9.00 Men's! Brown Russia Calf, Cornell Toe, welt sole, bal
At the Electric Sign
danrins maldena rollowea ana ar
ransel themaelves along the aldea of
ihc court liiclofure.
(invrnior l"ron' Quern
The roai-ter of cereuioniea and the
crown-bearer proceeded to th
throne from which vantage groond
Governor Olcott made the coronation
speech. At the right moment the
amall bearer of the crown handed It
10 the governor who placed It upon
the heal of the queen. Queen Kv-
lrn I thin proceeded to her royal
neat, followed by her tram-Dearer
her trailing garment
carefully before taking their seata at
the foot of her throne. Tbe ma Ida
of honor were seated one on either
vide of the queen upon the royal
throne. The wall at the back or the
throne wit composed of aword fern
and other eptlng greenery. Fairy
land indeed seemed no longer a mea
gre account in books but a present
reality and distinctly risible.
In- spite of the warmness or the
afternoon the dainty dancers did
well ths'r part or entertaining. The
campus trees threw their kind shade
oTer the cool green grass so that the
exerciaes of the dancers were enacted
In a spot that waa cooled by their
shade and a light breexe. Ten dis
tinct dancing numbers were given.
some oy the Willamette university
women and some by members of
Mrs. White's dancing classes. There
were dances or the "Dawn. "Sun."
"Flowers." -niuebells." Tlaek-eyed
Susans'. -Spring. "Autumn.-
June Time. and "Daisies.
Th? last number was the winding
of the Maypole by members of the
women gym class at the university.
The girls wiio wore pink costumes
alternated with those who wore
white. As the clrls passed each oth
er In going opposite drectlons, a neat
ly woven fabric appeared at the top
of the Maypole and gradually got
lower and lower until the winding of
the Maypole vras completed and the
exit of the dancers pronounced the
end of a dellghtrul program.
Crowd Are Welcomed
At noon yesterday a large com
pany ot people assembled on the Wil
lamette campus to hear the address
or welcome by President Doney and
to partake or the ptente lunch which
the Willamette studants had provid
ed for tie entertainment. President
Doney. with an Insight Into human
nature bed by years of experlenca
with It. knew' that many of the
guests had come from afar and had
taken such an early breakfast that
an early lunch would be more appre
ciated at the' time than a speech of
aay kind. - So his address was post
poned until after tbe picnic dinner
and Just preceding the coronation of
The plcnie dinner committee. Miss
Cmma Shsnafelt and Miss Meldred
narrte. aia a noble service In pre
paring the "feed". Everyone took
a plate full of wonderful culinary
concoctlona. a banana, and a cap of
lemonade to some shady spot. During
the dlnn- hour some of the Wlllam
ette students gathered near the gjnn
and eaag many or tbe college songs
President Doney made his address
of welcome short and to the point.
ttls main topic waa the late Inter-
class rivalry contest for the ratslag
or funds toward the 1100.000 cam
paign. ' This contest was proposed by
the senior class who challenged the
other classes or the university to
compete with them, the winning
class to be presented with a pennant
alch would be reminder or their
loyalty and worthy support.
The senior class Itself won he
pennant which was presented by
President Doney to Merrill Online.
president of the class. Mr. Ohllng
accepted the award In a few sen
tences. saying that he only hoped
that the Mends of Willamette wouM
do as much In proportion to their
ability to the further the work of
muameue university as tne mem
bers or the university has done.
err this orT rr is worth
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Lining Up Thoroughbreds
for Great Kentucky Derby
LOUISVILLE. May 7. Twentv
two three-year-old thoroughbreds,
twenty colts and two miles, consid
ered th best on the American turf,
today were declared fit for the Ken
tucky derby. Those whose owners
sccept the Issue will attempt to ne
gotiate a mile and a quarter at
Churchill Downs tomorrow afternoon
for a stake carrying 130.000 In add
ed montr, the richest 1920 turf prUe
In the country.
Expectations today were for a rec
ord breaking 'attendance, predictions
reaching as high as 60.000 specta
tors. Already hotels were reported
taxed to capacity.
At th race track the number of
pari-mutuc-l betting machines under
the greatly enlarged grandstand has
been Increased to 105 and will pro
vide what is believed to be ample
facilities foi the simulative pub
lic which, with approximately half
that nuniler. wagered Ss2.0o0 on
tbe 119 derby.
Xareotlcs and stimulants produce
more man aaii the customs and ex
else receipts of Australia.
terest. The play was exceedingly
well produced and showed much abil
ity of players as well as reflect
ing muc'i credit npon the director. 1
Miss Elizabeth Hsrno. The pUy
may be u!d truthfully to have been
one of la; most meritorious that hasi
been put on In-Salem by amateur tal-
ont for some time. I
HOT OT THE COMBINE
The scene was laid la Lyons.
France, about 1800. The theme was
the winning of a lady'a love by a
worthy I ut poor young man. The
entanglement was another variation
of the "eternal triangle." The part
of the hero. Claude Mel nolle, was
played splendidly by Lor en Basil r.
Miss Fay Peiiager did excellently In
her role of the heroine Pauline, the
"Lady r Lyons.- Edvln Socolofsky
played tbe difficult part or the vil
lain. Monsieur Heaaseant.-MIss Myr
tle Mason made a splendid Madam
T Emgii Kith
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Ihty know it is power
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fool-proof truly a great m
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oscillating magneto ignition.
5 So let us show ou in detail
this greater engine value. 5 Our
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$75-00 3 H. P. $05-00
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Another Veal Day
at the Midget
The Veal Matket is lower and as usual vre fire crzr cus
tomers the benefit For this week we taxe a select as
sortment of fancy milk fed real
VCAL STEAK, per pound ,2S
LEO VEAL BOAST, poaad. 5
LOnf VEAL BOAST, pound 25
BREASTS OF VEAL; pound 20.
BEST SHOBTEHCfO, its ill pail. ...... ...5
LARD, COMPOUND AND SMOKED 11EATS
BEST SHOBTEHTNO, medium pail SI 40
BEST SHORTENING, Urg pan.... $240
PURE LARD, No. 5 pail JI.J5
SUOAR CURED PICNIC BASIS . ..256
JONES 8U0AR CURED BACON BACKS, per pound.... 35c
PURE RENDERED BEET SUET IN CASES, per pound J:
BEST CREAMERY BUTTER, per pound. . .5:
NUCCOA NUT BUTTER, par pound. . 2S
FRESH LINO COD, per pound..
CHINOOK SALMON, per pound
FRESH HALIBUT, per pound...
FRESH SHRIMP, CRABS, ETC
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Women's all black kid Shoe, with either mil
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iest up to date shoes . .$9 30
Ladies Oxfords in black, brown, grey or
white. Prices range from $4 50 to $850
Women's dressy Shoes, black kid ramp,
black cloth top, military heel $7 SO
Women's brown calf Shoe wilh idliUry heel
A nice looking. shoe thU is there for
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