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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, AwtlURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1919.
LIST OF OFFICES
, The roters of the two dominant
parties in Marlon county will nom
inate li candidates for state positions
at the primary election May 21, next,
according to the certification to the
county clerk now In course of prepar
ation by Sam A. Kozer, deputy sec
retary of stae. In addition to the 12
ct&te officials to be elected from the
state at large there are to be nom
inated a candidaate for congress from
the First district to succeed W. C.
Hawley of Salem; five state represen
tatives to succeed Seymour Jones, S.
A. Hughes, Ivan G. Martin, George W.
"Weeks, and David H. Looney; and a
district attorney to succeed Max
The 12 candidates to be nominated
ly the Btate at large include:
United States senator, to succeed
Ceo. K. Chamberlain, Portland.
. Congressman, First district, to suc
ceed W, C. Hawley, Salem.
Congressman, Second district, to
ucceed N. J. Sinnot, The Dalles.
Congressman, Third district, to suc
ceed C. N. McArthur, Portland.
Three Electors of president and
vine-president of the United States.
Secretary of State, to succeed Ben
W. Olcott. Salem.
Justices of the Supreme Court, to
siueceed Justices Thomas A. McBride,
Deer Island, Columbia County; Henry
J. Bean, Pendleton; Henry L. Benson.
Klamath Falls, and Lawrence T. Har
. ria, Eugene.
Dairy and Food Commissioner, to
ucceed John D. Mickle, Portland.
Public Service Commissioner, East
ern Oregon district comprising the
bounties east of the Cascade moun
tains, to succeed H. H. Corey, Baker.
Public Service Commissioner, West
ern Oregon district comprising the
counties west of the Cascade moun
tains, to succeed Fred G. Buchtel,
A total of 132 state officers are to
te nominated by each of the parties
at this time. Except for the '12 from
the state at large the others are to
fee named by the various districts
congressional, judicial and legislative.
These latter include three circuit
Judges, 16 state senators, 60 represen
tatives and 86 district attoorneys
one for each county In the state. Ex
clusive of the district attorneys these
latter positions are listed as follows:
Circuit judge, 10th Judicial district
comprising Union and Wallowa coun
ties, to -succeed Judge J. W. Knowles,
Circuit Judge. 11th Judicial district
comprising Gilliam, Sherman and
Wheeler counties, to succeed Judge
J. R. Parker, Condon.
Circuit Judge? 12th Judicial district
comprising Polk and Yamhill coun
ties, to succeed Judge Harry II. Belt,
The group of Marlon county logan
fcerry growers who several days ago
won the suit against the Salem Kings
Iroducts company to collect on a con
tract governing berry prices, yesterday
filed a cost bill In district court for
lUl. 10. The expenses were accumu
lated n travel fees, court stenogra
- The final account of N. Vandorhotif
administrator of t ho estate of Minnie
Vanderhoof, who died in this county
April 4, 11, was submitted to the
county court tuduy. Judge Bushey
was asked to set a date for hearing
The Pacific Wholesale Drug com
pany whose principal place of busi
ness is Portland, filed articles of in
corporation with the corporation de
partment here Friday. The company
Is capitalized at $200,000. E. B.
Barthrop, Lester M. Leland and A. W.
Allen are the incorporators.
Other corporations filing articles
Friday were as follows:
Hazelwood Mutual Water company,
Portland, J18.000; J. W. Burke, A. W.
Lambert and L. E. Long.
Fook Lo ycompany, Portland;
15,000; Rogers MacVeagh, W. A.
Johnson and A. B. Winfree. t
Delta Zeta, Corvallis; $1,000; Erma
Beals, president; Dorothy Edwards,
treasurer; Gertrude Lienkaemper,
secretary; Edith Ireland, manager.
Mortgage Investment company,
Portland; $500; A. Rolling, Vera Rol
ling and E. S. DougiaD.
Crater Lake Motor1 company, Med
ford; $7,800; D. J. Lee, W. H. Mc
Donald and Eva 3. Lee.
J. H. Graham Motors company,
Portland; $10,000; J. II. Graham,
John N. Sharp, and Robert F. Ma
guire. J. W. Hill & Son company, Port
land; $5,000; J. W. Hill, B. W. Hill
and William J. Piepenbrink.
Strine Cycle company, Portland;
$10,000; Geo. T. Strine, G. E. Sander
son, Harvey Wells, Charles C. Hind
man. The Phoenix Utility company, in
corporated under the laws of Con
necticut, has declared its purpose to
transact business in Oregon. The
company is capitalized at $20,000 and
is organized for the purpose of de
veloping water power.
Coming to The Grand
"TELL THE TRUTH IS
SLOGAN FOR BOOKLET
Of CLUB FEDERATION
;Paris Is Covered With
Heaviest Snow Of Years
Paris, JCov. 15. (United Press.)
Paris was covered with the heaviest
snow fall in years today. Coupled with
the coal shortage and strikes, the cold
weather was causing great suffering
among the poorer classes.
Rumors of possible bolshevist out
breaks during Sunday's parliamentary
elections were persistent.
"In Old Kentucky" will be the at
traction at the Grand theatre for one
night only Thursday, November 20,
and its a safe bet to make, that those
who have seen the play before will get
their seats early, the show is enjoying
one of the best seasons of its career,
Queen Bess, Madge, the Pickaninny
band and countless other never-to-be
forgotten features are still with this
popular attraction besides the street
parade will have several novelties
this takes place at noon with a concert
in front of the theatre as you enter.
L. F. Willits, vice president of the
First National bank of Klamath Falls
and former county Judge, dronoed
dead In the postoffice in that city
Sunday night. He was 6D years old.
CALLAHAN WINS DECISION
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 15. Frankle
Callahan, Columbus, Ohio, won a de
cision over Jimmy Drexel, Omaha, n
their 10-round fight at Fort Omaha
last night. Callahan scored the. on;?
or Tonsilitis, gargle
with warm salt
water then ply
"YOUR BODYGUARD"-30 60MI.2O
"Tell the truth that's good enough."
And following out thlB dictum the
County Federation of Clubs is pre
paring a booklet, soon to be publiHh-
ed, for distribution in all parts of the
world, telling of the opportunities in
Marlon county. The book will have
48 pages one for every town and
on each page will be cited those things
tnat township is most proud of.
But there will be absolutely no ex
aggeration of these things. In fact,
the men engaged in preparing the
booklet, have ben instructed to leave
out the most favorable reports of cro,)s
etc., that the persons receiving ti c
booklet will not know exactly what is
to be found within the borders of the
county should they come here.
Booklet Unique In State.
This booklet will be the only one
of its kind to be prepared In the state.
Twenty per cent of the copies to he
made for the Salem Commercial clitti
will be sent to the Portland Chamber
of Commerce for distribution. Thoso
persons dc-slrlng more explicit informa.
tion o anyone county will. a.i a matter
of nociMsK.v, then be given a booklot
on Marlon county. This Is regarded
as ono of the most effective steps evef
ic titl;cn by commercial orcanlii-
Hons fur advertising Marlon
State House Briefs.
An order appointing Glen E. Un
ruh, justice of the peace, administra
tor of the estate of W. K. Qulncy, and
naming J, Ilrunkel, Fred Mitchell and
C. Mattaon appraisers, was made to
iay by County Judge Bushey.
Chambers Condemns Speech
Deriding County Or City
In connection with the "tell the
truth- it is good enough" policy, much
rirbate was provoked at the open
forom meeting of the Commercial club
last night. J. W. Chambers, Sr., of
the Chambers Furniture company, lib.
hnring the. fact thut some people nr
Inclined to speak III it the city am.
county, declared that lie would like to
ree a law In the court causing the fine
ot $10 to anyone convicted of snth
conduct. He said that there Is abso
lutely nothing in either the cltv or
co.inly to be spoken decisively of, sev
eral others spoke ag!i';st -exaggeration
f renditions In the. city and count:.',
staving that the truth was even "ho
rood is to be suspected." -
f 'csitral State fs Solution Of
Peace In Baltic Districts
Varls, Nov. 15. (Vnited Press.) I
The peace conference today received a
telegram from the cqnferenro of Hal
llo states, sitting at Porpat, deetar
Inff that an armisttc between the Baltic
srtHtes and the Russlnn bloshevik is
possibly only by creation of a neutral
mtuie, under control of some outside
The neutral state also should be
made responsible for the execution of
the terms of any armistice arrived at,
the telegram said, urging the confer
ence to appoint some nation to act In
his capacity, immediately,'
The October contribution of the
bnell company of California toward
the Oregon good roads fund, was re
ceived by Sam A. Koxer, deputy sec-'
retary of state, in tho form of a chock
for $1073.75. This is in payment of
the state tux of one cent per gallon
on gasoline sales .for the month ag-1
gregatlng 162,5X8 1-2 gallons and one
half cent a gallon on 0570 gallons of j
distillate. This is approximately $1000
less than the check remitted by tills (
company to cover the tax on the sales'
of the peccdlng month. !
0PT0H ETR1ST- OPTICIAN
STATE g STREET
LaddDush Dank Building
Grand Opera House
THURSDAY, NOV. 20
Seat sale opens Tuesday at Opera House Pharmacy
Prices 50c, 75c and $1.00.
luiaUu U OJlbUUey
The only fatalities Included In the
total of 452 accidents reported to the
industrial accident commission for
the week ending November 13 occur
red in logging conips, according to
the report of the commission just out.
Nelson Homer of Black Rock and II.
H. Curry of Portland, both loggers,
lost their lives In accidents during the
week, the report shows. Of the acci
dents reported 428 were subject to the
provisions of the compensation act, 18
were from firms , and corporations
that have rejected the provisions of
the act and eight were from public
utility corporations not subject to the
provisions of the act.
1 Hanr!WPae Plane
SdicnVed To Resume Flight
Big Bargain 1
148-acre farm , . j
25 acres Cultivated
40 acres Beaver Dam ;
Balance pasture and timber'
all fenced. House, Barn and
out buildings. On paved
road, runniing water. 6 miles
from State House.
Price $70.00 per acre.
$2500 cash. Balance
, Warren, Pa., Nov. 15 -The Handle
jTftB express bombing plune, attempt- J JJ SCOTT
Jna; a non-stop flight from New York I "
o Chicago. Is scheduled to leave War-1 124 S. Llbei'tV Salem Or
Jr-n late today for Chicago. The air- .
hip landed near Warren late yester- Phone 937
day lo make repairs.
From flicker to flicker a scream and a snicker
A laugh or a giggle or grin
From cocktail to curtain a riot, that's certain,
Go early be sure to get in! ,
1 ALLISON 1
Daintiest, most delightful comed
ienne of the. screen in AVERY
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The Selwyn play that put the the cocktail In the Hall of Fame
and the audience into hysterics. ' -
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SUITS FROM $19.75
DRESSES FROM $16.43
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