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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1::. 1019.
POST WINS HEARTY
' "When Guy Eates Post responded to
$4 curtuin calls at the Grand theatre
list niirht he was responding to the-
HEi OF LONG, HARD
STRUGGLE WITH FOE
LAUDS RED CROSS
Sir. and Mrs. II. L. Storlinp of In
dependence, paid Snlom friends a
I short visit Wednesday.
Wearing on the sleeve of his natly
uniform four sold wound stripes. Fred
Jliller, In-other of Charles G. Miller,
greatest tribute paid an actor by Sa-iof the Marion hotel, returned to Sa
lem audiences in recent years. ilem last evening after four years ser-
. In the dual role of John Chilcote, M. vice in the Canadian army. With the
P., and John Loder, journalist, Post ' reticence that has become character
called Salem out of Its traditional j istic of those who fought and endur
'chill." His every appearance was the led the great hardships of the late
Signal for prolonged applause and j war, Mr. Miller modestly Insisted that
"The Masouerader" went "across" as; the wounds were "really nothing to
m.aA Bn,ie!i it tnkes more than iSPeaK 01 ana tnnt tnere was aoso-
o good production to awaken a capital i lutely nothing of interest" to relate
city audience to more than a cordial j concerning his long career in the ar-
response and the welcome afforded my. in snort purases iuiu i;ui:er ,
TWf inuivn hia Rnrpess as a drawinc sentences he told a few-
Card for Salem in the future.
i Post played a much more difficult
and intricate role in "The Masquera-
Mrs. Pauline Moore Klley and Mrs.
r.....: irow among the out
irvn visitors in Salem
They returned today to their home, in
BROOKS BOUND OVER
TO GRAND JURY FOR
Klon members last night.
The former soldiers battered down
the door of the jiUoc and after kath
ering all of the anarchistic pamphlets
in sight burned them in (he stfiit
where polioo and members of Ihu Le
gion warmed their hands over the fire.
J. B. Violotte of Pallas spent
ncsday in the capital city.
der" than in "Omar the Tentmaker,
in which he first appeared in this clty
of the mea
gre facts of the case, leaving the de
tails to be filled out from the imag
ination. Mr. Miller left Salem to enter the
Canadian army in 1915. It was at the
and his interpretation of the double ; time wiien tne jm-uisii torces were sin
i-ole showed a marked improvement of j fering their heaviest casualties, and
Ids artistic ability. His support was j recruits were rushed overseas rapid
unusuallv strong, Elwyn Eaton, as 1 ly. Early in 1916 he found himself in
Brock, Alice John as Eve Chilcote, and (the midst of the struggle, and from
EuBy Gordon as Bobbins, scoring re- 'at time, until the signing of the
peated calls from bevond the foot- armistice, he was m?ver far distant
lights. Joan Peers, in the juvenile role if'0 the front. His wounds were re
ef Peggy Forsythe. won a warm spot in Reived at the battles of the Somme,
the hearts of her hearers.. Lens' lni- Rlde an Cambrai. He
- For lighting effects, cleverly un-!was Gsed during the attack on Ar-
ish, "The Masquerader" has never been
excelled in Salem, and few productions
have offered its equal in good qualities.
Found guilty of larceny of an nuto.
were ainont, r..1.1,i Tii-nnk -to vinii,
yesterday. " "
1 fpnni tho etntA t..iimiit cMion! wn
bound over to the grand jury today
by Justice of the Teaco Glen Unruh.
Heing unable to pay n bond of $500 he
was returned to tho county Jail.
Loveridge Axtell, 20, also a parole
violator from the training school, will
have a hearing on the sace charge
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.
Brooks told the court that he and
Axtell had taken the cat, which be
longs to George llovemlen of Hub
bard, and intended to go to Coos Bay
to visit a friend. Reaching Cottage
Grove, he said, the car broke down,
and they were about to go to work to
get some money to return to Hubbard
j p. Meoks of Norton. Kansas, reg-tei-ed
last evening at the Pligh ho-
J. K. Mo Curry paid S:lem a busi
ness visit yesterday. Mr. McCurry
hails from Carlton, Oregon.
H. L. Wahhevs, II. C. Stoddard
and G. S. Shepherd of Medford and
San Francisco, officials of the Cali
fornia Oregon Power Co., were busi
ness visitors in Salem Thursday.
Centralia, Wash., Nov. 13. "If you
don't show more interest and effi
ciency in rounding up I. W, V., and
don't quit releasing important pris-
lacfes flats -
FOR GOOD PEOPLE
ARMORY EVERY SAT
Mrs. A. G. Foor and Mrs. Pearl
Ling were Portland visitors the first
of the week.
Representatives of the Southern
Pacific. A. A. Flynn and A. H. Gould
spent AYednesday in Salem..
NEXT YEAR NAMED
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 13. Offi
cers for the American Legion for the
confine vear were named as follows:
Franklin D'OIier, Pennsylvania, was
ch.i,. . ..... .--o. . ... -..inlander
of the American Legion. He won
in a close contest with Hanford Mc
Jjider, Iowa's great individual hero of
the war. McNider asked the conven
tion to make D'Olier's election unani
mous. Other officers elected wyere:
' Frst vice commander, Joyce, B,
tewla, Long Prairie, Minn., a marine.
. tiecoiiu vice commander, Allen A.
Tukey, Omaha, Neb., from the army.
Third vice commander, James D.
O'Brien, California, for '31 years with
the navy. -.
: Fourth vice commander, Alden R.
Chambers, Massachusetts, from the
Fifth vice commander, William B.
Follett, Oregon, from the army.
The legion as a result of the first
convention will put into operation a
commission on Americanization and
will establish legislative patrols at
proper places to promote a number
of measures designed to promote Am
ericanism, check radicalism, promote
better feeling between labor and cap
ital and restrict immigration.
The only instance In which Mr. Mil
ler waxed eloquent when discussing
his experiences, was when the Red
Cross was mentioned. "Boost the Red
Cross", he said. "There never was a
better organization in the world. It
saved my life more than once, and '
the lives of my friends. Say anything
good about the Red Cross you want
to, and say that I said it; I'll corobor
ate every statement you make that ex
alts the Red Cross."
He is not the Mack Sennett come
dian, although his name is identical
with that individual's. Charles Mur
ray of Tacoma is registered at the
Mr. and -Mrs. L. P. Jones, accom
panied by Harry Jones, all of Stay
ton, are spending a few days in Sa
lem, visiting friends.
One More Chance
Te Redeem Self
Woe be to him who suffers the
wrath of a court.
Armistice day, George Witting. 55,
deeming it fit and proper to celebrate
the occasion by imbibing a generous
amount of booze, was arrested, charg
ed with disorderly conduct and drunk
enness. Depositing $10 bail for his
appearance in court the following
morning, he was released.
Judge Race sat patiently for hours
the fololwing morning, but no Geo.
Witting made his appearance. Anger
gripped the jurist's heart, and he
forthwith issued a bench warrant for
Witting's arrest. j
Today he was taken into custody
again by Traffic Officer Moffitt, and
hailed before the judge.
"I'll try 'im again," Race said to
And released him again under bond
"If he doesn't come back tomor
row," the judge said, "he'll find that
it is best to obey the court's mandate."
Claiming no relationship to the ed
itor of our esteemed contemporary,
Bob Hendricks, advance agent of "In
Old Kentucky," which is scheduled
to appear at the Grand next Thurs
day, was in Salem yesterday, making
arrangements for its presentation.
The loss of a bay mare, owned by
Britt Aspinwall, Mission Bottom, 10
miles north of Salem, was reported to
day to Sheriff Needham. The horse
weighs about 1200 pounds and is five
years old. Whether she was stolen or
strayed from her pasture is not known
FINE TIME READY FOR
Eugene, Or., Nov. 13. Resolutions
strongly denouncing the assassination
of members of the American Legion
at Centralia, Wash., have been adopt
ed by the local post at a special meet
ing called by President J. Harold Bey-
stein, for that purpose.
The resolutions express sympathy
for the Centralia post and the friends
and relatives of "our comrades who
met their death on Armistice day at
the hands of those dirty cowards and
infamous wretches," and "we reaf
firm our pledge to support the consti
tution and laws of the United States
of America and the principles of Am
ericanism and with - the aid of tne
power of God Almighty may the sun
never set while a single one of those
cowardly wretches are free."
One of the most festive monthly
meetings, of the Commercial club will
be held Friday evening at S o'clock
v hen a banquet and entertainment will
intersperse the business of tho evening.
Arrangements for a dinner have been
completed and Isadore Greenbaum,
chairman of the entertainment com
mittee, today made known the pro
gram of entertainment for the even
ing. Wenona Smith, child violinist, who
has always won admirers at other pub
lic gatherings, will play for the mem
bers of the- club. Mrs. Norma Ter
wllliger, with reading, and Miss Bertha
Clark, in a whistling solo with Miss
Mildred Brunk accompanying at the
Piano, complete the entertainment.
Saturday, Nov. 15
1 p.m. Ferry and Liberty Sts !
Buggies, Wagons, Plows, 30
Bushels of Winter Apples
The Biggest and Best Assortment in town at
LADIES' HATS $2.49 to $G.93
CHILDREN'S HATS $1,19 to $:.9S.
Our Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & CO.
Com'l. and Court Sts. Formerly Chicago Stove
RAIDS TO RID NORTH
WEST OF "REDS'
(Continued ;from page one)
National Blouse Week
THIS WEEK, NOVEMBER 10th TO 15th
The J. C. Penney Co.
A NATION WIDE INSTITUTION
Is prepared to give you the greatest values for your money that you will find.
We have a great variety of Ladies' Waists in the popular colors, and late sty
les in Lawn Voile, Crepe de Chine and Georgette Crepe.
Come and Look Them Over
Vo3e and Lawn Waists
ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER
$1.98 to $38
$4.98 to $8.90
been called for tonight to discuss ac
tion against radicalism. -
Legion, Of fera Aid.'
Spokane, WashM' Nov. 13. By unan
imous vote the American Legion here
last night adopted resolutions to the
city and county authorities demanding
that every I. W. ' W be immediately
driven from the city.
Hundreds of . ex-service men vren
present at an indignation meeting
when open war was declared on the
The Legfon haa offered the services
of its 2700 members to the authorities
oners, we'll fnve vim In emit :im chief
of police. ' I
That threat was niado this after
noon to Chief of Police B. A. HutfhOH
by Captain Lloyd Dysarts, who is in
charge of both committees of citizens
and legion members which are nudist
lug the authorities in their campaign
to round up possible suspects In con
nection witli the massacre here Tuesday.
Centralia, Wash., Nov. 13. Prose
cuting Attorney Herman Allen an
nounced at noon that he would file
state charges today against at least ten
alleged I. W, W. held here, charging
murder and conspiracy.
Astoria, Or., Nov. 13. Two hundred
pounds of "red" literature which was
found in the I. W. W. headquarters I
here was. seized by seven American Le-1
SAT, NOV. 15TH
CENTER STREET FEED
BARN 10 A.M.
1 New Rubber Tired Buggy
6 Tatented Cow Stanchions
2 Wagon Boxes, New
Wagon Reaches, Skeina
New Delivery Wagon
Whips, Plows, Farm Machinery
Horses, Cows, Etc., which tho
public is invited to bring In.
This sale will be conducted ev
ery Saturday at same time and
place throughout the winter.
JUNK YOUR JUNK
STEINBOCK JUNX CO.
And Auto Wrecking
320-326 N. Commercial St.
Will Buy Anything, any
where. If you are in
doubt call 305
we will i'.incir.sE lom
Range-?, Heater, ' Coolc Stovot
Beds, Mattresses, Springs, Euroi'ai
Commodes, Sew i n e Machine
DiKhcs. In fact, any article. w!;h
you with to sell.
Gall Us Up
We r.iy Best Fosslblo Trice;
Moral: It put $. f in your purw.
Lucas & Needham
Ferry and Liberty fits.
Phone 510 or 511
Mother's Baking Days Are Oyer
. The Family Now Eats
And They all Say, "It's Just Like HOME-MADE
BREAD-Tiy a Loaf Today
BAKKE-R1TE SANITARY BAKERY
457 State Street
if- i i
It is a thing almost top beautiful,
roo sublime, for words., The high
art of the screen must remain as a
closed book to those who do not
see and know
. - i i i:.
Ililife see and know . Pgr
MT ' r
ii 4 days commencing Sunday, Con- ui
M tinuous show each day pjgfj
WM 2:15 4:00 5:45 7:30 9:15 ' M4
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i iiil iiiiiiiii i 1 llliiiilii!!!!! iki ! jJilSiiiiiiii
No reserved seats but those buvin-r tie.kpts
i V , . V O w CVIIC Will
not have to wait in line. Tickets mav ho rmvwQ,-
time Saturday. Good any day, any performance. Don't
come lare. watch tne time of shows.
Also Junk of All Kinds
Best Prices Guaranteed
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
Tne Sqnaie Deal House
271 Onemeketa St. Phone 393
CUnoie Medicine end Tea Ok
Has medicine which will cute an?
Open Sundays from 10 A. 1L
until 8 P. M.
1G3 South Eigh St.
Ba'em, Oregon. Thone 153
To Net 4.80 Per Cent lo 6 Per Cent
Government and Municipal Bonds Bought and Sold
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
205 Oregon Bldg. ' Salem, Ore.
Save from 10$ to
A Store Full of Bargains ,'
We Buy, Sell and Exchange
Peoples Furniture Store
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE
New and 2nd Hand Goods Bought, Sold
271 North Commercial St. Phone 734
For Long Distance Auto Trucking
Willamette Valley Transfer Co. o
WE ALSO DO LOCAL HAULING.
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