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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 201919
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Nov. 20. Baby clinic, Com-
mereial Club auditorium.
Nov. 2S Cherrlan dance at
Nov. 21 Women's Auxiliary
of St. Paul's church meets
with Mrs. F. J. Rupert, 86
Nov. 22. Salem War Moth-
era meet in the Commercial
. club auditorium at 3 p. m.
3s Nov. 22. Parent-Teachers'
convention in the high sehool,
10 a. m. V
jje No. 24 Monday Night "500" j,
club meets at the home of Mrs.
V. H. pancy, 369 North Liber-
ty street. "
Dec. 1 Music class of Salem
Woman's Club meets with Mrs.
Max O. Buren, 75 Court street.
Dec. 3-4 Bazaar in St, Jo-
Deo, 19 "The House Next
' Door," high school auditorium.
Wlllard Wirtz of Prlneville, district
attorney for Crook county, called at
the executive offices Wednesday,
while In Salem on business.
rs v Johnson of Stavton called at
the rfate engineer's office Wednesday
relative to the appropriation of water
for irrigation purposes.
N. M. Newport of Lebanon, Judge
H. H. Hewitt of Albany and A. G.
Thompson of Myrtle Point were in
Salem Wednesday, on business before
the supreme court.
FOR SALE Victrola and electric
washing machine. Call 674J. 276
n, m h T.vtl state veterinarian,
left Wednesday evening for Portland
where he is attending the session of
the state livestock sauitary board to
day. Big dance at Hurst hall Thursday
night. Knights and Ladies of Securi
Among state officials in Portland
on busintssV Wednesday were Fred
Buchtel, chairman of the public ser
vice commission; C. H. Gram, state
labor commissioner; Will H. Bennett,
superintendent of banks; Wm. A.
Marshall, chairman of the industrial
9. S. Smith, editor of the Medford
Tribune, and E. E. Brodie, editor of
the Oregon City Enterprise, were
mingling among the county assessors
in sejion here Wednesday.
a in Justice Unruh's court yes
terday returned a verdict of not. guil
ty in the case of the state against
Edward Olsen. Olsen was changed
with refusing to give Information of
an . auto aocident that he was In.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Sheldon, former
ly of Salem, and now residing near
McMinnville, are the proud parents
of a son, who has been named Frank
after his mother's brother, Frank
Koschmeider of this city.
See the Lexington Minute Man Six,
now on display by B & C Motor Co.,
State street, between Com. and Front.
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Funeral services for the late Mrs.
A. McGill, who died at her home In
Portland, Tuesday Nov. 18, were held
at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the
family home on Couch street Inter
ment was in the Rivervlew cemetery
Mrs. McGiU was formerly a resident
of Salem, "her husband at one time
being one of the managers and own
ers of the Oregon Nursery company.
She is widely known in the city.
Arthur Berg, who has recently re
ceived his discharge from the army
after a year's service in France dur
ing which time he was stationed at
Marseilles, with the 687th motor trans
port corps, is in Salem as the guest
of hibrother, Alfred Berg.
Dr. G. E. Ellis' residence now lo
cated i 487 N. High. 278
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Albert, S45
South Summer street, have as their
guests today Mr. and Mrs. Kline of
Hooper, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Kline
are en route to their home from a vis
It in Albany, and will continue their
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Dance Saturday night at new
Auburn hall. Salem's best five piece
Dance Moose hall Wednesday night.
Good time. , ,277
Phone 35 for drugs. Prompt deliv
ery. Tyler's drug store.
The Weblterian lterary society of
Willamette university installed new
officers for the coming quarter at the
tregular meeting last night. Leland A.
Austin succeeds Harold Dimick as
president. Other new officers are? vice
president, Floyd Mclntire; recording
secretary, Fred McGrew; correspond
ing secretary, Ralph Curtis; treasurer
Lester Day; critic, Ray Attebery;
marshal, Harold Dimick.
"WHY SMITH LEFT
W. T. BIGDON ft CO.
SS2 North High Street .
I -Tti shi,..
Norm W.TerwilIiger,Ucensed lady em
balmer with TerwiUiger Funeral Home,
Love, the jeweler, 337 State St.
Watches; diamonds, jewelry. Repair
ing at specialty. 278
Governor Ben W. Olcott Is In Port
land today where he is being initiat
ed' into the mysteries of the Mystic
Shrine. State Treasurer Hoff is also
in the metropolis to see that his fel
low official gets- all there is coming
to him in the ceremony.
The theft of woolen blanket from
the Foresters hall some time yester
day was being investigated by police
today. The blanket is valued at $15.
A permit to repair a storm shed at
their property, 240 South Liberty
street, was issued by the city record
er Wednesday to Polee & Son. The
repair work will cost 3400.
Mrs. P. McTimmonds, of the Argo
hotel, is entertaining her son, Vein
JlqTlmmonds, who has Just received
his discharge from the navy, after two
years of active service. Mr. McTim
monds, who was ranked as a musi
cian, first class, has been stationed at
Brest for the past several months, and
sailed for home on October 25. He
is planning to go to eastern Oregon
in the near future, where he has a
homestead in Malheur county.
. No damage was done when a Buick
automobile, driven by Dr. R. E. Lee
Steiner, warden of the penitentiary,
I collided with a Saxon car driven by
E. M. Wheeler of 1136 Shipping street
yesterday afternoon. The accident oc
curred on State street, between Liber
ty and Highland according to eye wit
nesses, Dr. Steiner was driving at a
moderate rate of speed. '
John Thomas, an old time resident
of Stayton, died at his home near that
city yesterday morning at six o'clock,
following a paralytic stroke. The fun
eral services will be held tomorrow
morning at 11 o'clock, and burial will
be in the Stayton cemetery. Mr.
Thomas is survived by his wife and
five ehlldren.W. E Thomas, 369 Cen
ter street; Mrs. John Carter of Devitt,
Or.; Mrs. Ira Carter of The Dalles;
Rila Ware of Stayton and Wade
Thomas of Tacoma.
Judge H. J. Bean and Judge H. L.
Benson are in Portland attending the
state bar association.
The Salem business "men's volley
ball class of the Y. M C. A. meted
out defeat last night to the Wood-
burn team in a closely contested
game held at Woodburn. The Salem
men, Groth, Butler, Richards, Dow
ney, Aldrin, Gilbert, Elwell and Coach
Hull, won three games out of five.
One Of the games run up a score of
20 to 21, indicating the skill of both
teams. The" Woodburn team will come
to Salem to play the team .here In
the near future.
The new contract between the city
of Salem and the Portland Railway
Light & Power company has been ac
cepted by the company. It covers the
lighting system for the city, and goes
into effect in June.
The trial of Perry Parsegian, 24, an
Armenian charged with assaulting
his brother, Mike, while at work on a
railroad section gang near Oriville,
began in Judge Unruh's court here
this afternoon. The jury was drawn
this morning. As the controversy be
tween the brothers is said to have ex
isted for a long time and been brought
to the attention of courts before, 1
is likely that the trial will, extend
over to Friday before a definite set
tlement and armistice between the
pair is reached.
Recommendation that the United
States chamber of commerce conduc;
a nation wide referendum to deter
mine whether or not the people are
In favor of shipyards working on
wooden vessels, and of granting them
the right to accept outside contracts
was made last night by the board of
directors of the Commercial club, who
met at the Spa. The opening, up ot
the shipyards to contracts other than
the emergency fleet corporation as a
means of providing work for the thou
sands who will be out of employment
this winter was held necessary by the
Frank Jordan, secretary of state
for California, was a state capitol
visitor Wednesday, paying his re
spects to the members of the official
family. Jordan is in Oregon on com
bined business and pleasure tour, in
cidentally sounding out sentiment to
ward the restricted importation of
Chinese laborers as a solution for the
present shortage in farm labor. - - -
Mrs. Clara Graves of Independence
stopped over in Salem yesterday for
a short visit with friends on her way
Each necessary for
mality is observed
by us. We' have prov
en our sincere de
sire to satisfy those
who need our serv
ices. ,-We are exper
ienced, capable and
to Portland to attend the livestock exposition.
Saturday night at amvry Mr. Head
rick the jaza man, entertains while
you dance. v- : .-' y ,'J75
Dance at Stayton Friday night. 2'75f
B. J. Flanery,
list, will open a
church, 19th and
i southern evange
series of revival
at the Nazareiw
Marion streets. A
song service will be heldat 7:30.
Housewives know about Wyandotte,
Michigan, by reason of the washing
powder that is manufactured there.
John J. Lane of that city is transact
ing business in Salem today.
Portland residents, who are in town .which congress failed, to ac, include:
merely on a -social visit, are E. D. La Return of the railroads,jreorganiza
Chance and Charles S. HarrimaA. ! Mon of the army on a peace basis-, re-
" peal of war lime luxury taxes, estab-
From La Crosse, Wis., comes S H. j Mshment of a merehant marine policy,
Thompson, whe is spending a few opening of public lands for soldier set
days in Salem. " Itlement, development of water power
. v site on publlo lands opening up of oil,
One of La Grande's most prominent ! coal and phosphate lands, government
physicians, Dr. W. D. McMillan, is control of tWe meat packing Industry
paying a professional visit to the cap-'and revision of the court martial sy
ital City today. tern.
I Treaty Cuhm Vhmt.
Dr. C. W. .Southworth. of Eugene,; wilt n congress comes bach Decem
who recently returned from the East Del. t action on these measures will
whre he has been studying for somelt.(ill uo blocked until the treaty Is dis
time, will arrive in Sale min the nearppsed 0f, Senate leaders expect to
future to start practicing here. j pusn for prompt action on the treaty
v to clear the way for domestic leglsla-
Two Chicago business men are tlon .Early next year the national cam
ttnbing' a business and pleasure tripjpaign wlll bc Bhaping up and the re
through the west, and have reached j pubUoan congress wants to be ready to
Salem in the course of their sojourn. , ace the country witn Bome of its pro
They are R. B. Camden and A. ; posed ,jomestlc leKislation enacted.
. ! Complicating the treaty fight next
The Whiteside division of the Artl-
sans will hold a big home coming ju-
oi.ee xon.gni, Beginning wun a supper
nt spvpn n'nlnnlr. nt the Masonic Tern-
pie. After the supper a program of
entertainment will be given, to be fol
lowed by a rousing social time. The
program, arranged by Mrs. Mary W
Cook, consists partly of a greeting by
a student of the Willamette universi-1 anfl with the concurrence of tHe house
ty; a solo by Miss Joanna James; ato tj,e chief executive, of Illinois, In
reading by -Harold Cook, and a piano obtained so far . as congress is con
solo by Wendell Helm. - ' cerned. "
Belief in seme quartern that Presl
Don't miss this. The ladies Aid of ;flent wilsnn would calil another sue.
the Scandinavian church will hold its
annual bazaar and auction sale In the
church, 15th and Mill streets, next
Saturday, afternoon and evening, com
mencing In the afternoon at two
o'clock. The evening auction Bale will
commence at eight o'clock. Coffee and
cake will be served both afternoon
and evening. . 275
Dr. S. C. Stone can be found at Ty
ler's drug store, 155 South Commer
cial street. 275
Frank Day, 56, arrested yesterday
by Chief of Police Varney and Sher
iff Needham on . a charge of having
Intoxicating liquors In his possession,
was arraigned In Judge Unruh's court
today, and was given until 2 p. m.
Friday to make his plea. Day Is sata
to have had a generous array of bot
tles, ankers and urns setting about
his premises filled : with home-made
brews In various stages of construc
tion. Chief Varney and Sheriff Need
ham poured all of it but enough foi
evidence Into the street.
The Old People's Home board will
hold their annual "Harvest Home
fea" at the home on the corner ol
12th and Ferry streets, Tuesday af
ternoon and evening, November 25.
l'ea will be served. Donations of gro
ceries, canned and rresn vegetaDies,
jlyy, table linen and cash, will be
greatly appreciated. All Salem "resl-
lents are cordially Invited to attend.
Miss M. M. Cormier of Oak Park,
Illinois, is in Salem today, while en
oute to her home from San Francis
co, where she has been visiting
'rienda. Miss Cormier's object In choos
ng the northern route, was to pnable
her to stop here, and enjoy a short
visit with L. R. LeFurgy, one of the
magnates of the prune industry in
T. Westbrook, a merchant of
Marshfield, is attending to business
matters in Salem today.
Anyone who has a vacant room
they want to rent wlfl have an oppor
tunity to do so next, Monday and
Tuesday. When the teachers from all
parts of the county gather here for
the teachers institute many rooms will
be required to house them during the
three day session, which begins Mon
day. They will use the rooms Monday
and Tuesday nights. Already 20 rooms
have been arranged for, but many
more are needed. Anyone having a
room to spare, and who will rent.it
are asked to call county school super
Intendent's office, 641.
Returns from Silverton for the third
Red Cross roll call, received at head
quarters in the post office building
vesteraay. aggregaieu oio. uoi
sent in $23 and Willamette univer
sity went over the top with subscrip
tions-amounting to $151. The total or
Willamette chapter receipts up to
noon today, were $4736.
lanitr-iHl attention nf relumed sol
diers, sailors and marines is called to
announcements which appeared in
Tuesday's papers, concerning the
Harney and Grant county land which
has haan thrrtwn nnpn for settlement.
According to the wording of the pactj
honorably aiscnargea soiaiers, sauors
and marines, are given first option on
the purchase of the land, payment to
be made in ten annual Installments,
and interest on deferred payments not
tn cTofpd fi ner cent. The land shall
be sold with all water rights, which
have already been adjudged, ax-ser-viff
men are ?iven 90 days in which
to purchase it, and after that time it
may be disposed of to any purchaser
desiring it. Complete information
concerning the lands may be obtained
from the home service section in the
nost office, of which Mis. Alice xi.
-Ed Emig of route 6 spent Thursday
It tnav be that Harry P. Tate of
I.na Ancreles tired of the Derpetual
sunshine of his native city, and de
cided to try the famous Oregonian au
tumn weather. At any rale, he is here,
comfortably domiciled for a while at
CONGRESS FAILS TO
j Washington, Nov. 20. What was to
' have keen the great reconstruction ses
' sion of congress struck an early snag
i In the treaty and all; attempts to enact
I a program of domestic legislation to
i put tho country back on a peace time
; busts failed. .
! Prrwlng reconstruction questions on
session will be the Lodge resolution
declare the war at an end, which wai
; introduced late last night, just before
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i" Bcl,ftlp "'u"",vu'
lution can carry by a majority whior
can be easily obtained in both houses
its is declared by republican senaww
Spec-tarf Sesstmi Unlikely.
Action will be pressed in the senat
cial session before December 1 ant'
force the senate to resume consider
tion of the peace treaty was- scouted by
Senator Hltehcoeky administratis
. The senate's action in refusing t
ratify the treaty marked the cllnia:i
of one of the bitterest political battles
since the founding of the government
For the first time in American history
the senate openly challenged the presi
dent's traditional supremacy in foreign
affairs. . -
CARD OF THAW R
We wish to thank our friends for
their kindness and floral offerings,
during our late bereavement. W. S.
Itempel and family.
With the exception of the overhead
crossing over the Southerrt Pacific
(Tacks at Tolo, the paving, between
!old Hill and Ashland was completed
Tuesday. ., :
Pat Kine, one of the oldest and
best known pioneers of eastern Ore
gon and a veteran of the Civil war,
died recently at the Old soldiers'
home at Port Orchard,
While digging a well on his ranch
in Sams valley, near Gold Hill, J. E.
Kdmiston struck a vein of coal six
feet under the surface and dug thru
it to a depth of 20 feet.
Umatilla county, with a payment of
186,237, leads the counties in tho
Umatilla national forest in the re
ceipts turned over to the state for
the fiscal year which ended June 30,
In celebration of the passing of $1,-
000,000 mark in resources, the United
States National bank at Newberg gave
an elaborate banquet Saturday night
to the directors, officers and employes
A grand Jury at Canyon City has
brought in an Indictment of murder
the second degree against Cedric
Scharff, who shot and fatally Jnjured
Martin Lesley at Monument last Sep
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Our Corset Department Is
WE COVER EVERY PHASE OF CORSET NEEDS
Tomorrow's BIG SALE
Ladies' Outing Gowns
One of our staple numbers, made of
Good Quality Outing; Flannel, in
stripes and plain.
Tomorrow Only at this price.
Suits, Coats, Dresses and Vaists
AT THE -
854 North Commercial -
"MEET ME AT MEYERS"
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ONCE A NEMO; ALWAYS A NEMO!
A Nemo hygknic Corset is more comfortable, more
healthful, more stylish always- because it is scientifically
right. - '
YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT
Who Always Does Better By You
Farmers of the west end of Umatilla
county have agreed to buy a ton and
a half of poison which will be used for
exterminating rabbits In that section.
Nearest tho heart of every father end mother
lies the vision of a home. It is a modest dwelling
perhaps, but comfortable and quiet in a plot of
green lawn. There the children may play and
grow strong in the sunlight and fresh air.
We invite every man and woman, who even
remotely contemplate buying or tenting such
property, to read our Real Estate Want Ads.
All the best bargains are offered there, for almost
every one with real estate to sell or rent adver
tises in our Classified Section.
Littlm Messages like these get Quick Action
ion SAI.K-llil linc; 13. 850
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Our Real Estate Want Ad Section is a 'great
Central Meeting plac for buyers, sellers and
. - - , .
Read and Use the Want Ads in
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
MEN'S BATH ROBES
and Bath Robe Blankets
A most complete
showing of these
necessities for com
fort. The Patterns
arg altnew, em
bodying Hhe most
for these Fluffy
They make excel
lent Xmas Presents.
selections whiltt the stock
is complete. -
' Two hundred and fifty dollars an
acre was paid by UvlnKSton J'j. Mclicff
.nf Pendleton for 254 acres of wheat
land four miles west of Walla, Walla.
To l:l:NT- -.New tut! I-rnom hnuMt,
4 tiedr'ioiiu. II ,un prio: lit fiox
J20. Tlin-e from lft r
lln fcr.d t.rilf 20 mlniHf walk frrwn
ki-trl of out Harfala if token ftl