Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, November 28, 1919, Page PAGE TEN, Image 10

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON - FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919.
PAGE TEN.
ARIZONA FLOOD DO
- DAMAGE RULING TO
I1IEIISE FIGURES
Phoenix. Ariz., Nov. 28. (United
Press.) Damage amounting to hun
dreds of thousands of dollar has been
dona ttf the floods of last night and
today- In Phoenix and vicinity.
While the crest of the Cave creeic
flood has not yet passed Phoenix, it
Is believed the greatest danger la over.
Chief damage done was to highway
and railway bridges, and to the canul
systems. ,
Little apprehension was felt today
that the flood now would reach the
state capltol grounds although all offi
cers moved out of the basement of
the capital building as a precaution.
The Arizona & Eastern railroad and
the state highway bridges over the
Agua Fria river were swept away.
. So far as is known there has been
no low of life.
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE '
SHOWS BIG INCREASE
Figures showing the great increaseB
In school, attendance in the city and
county were released at the office of
the county school superintendent to
day. The census shows 2069 boys and
2127 girls, or a total of 4196 children
in the city's schools. City school at
tendance last year was 3660.
Attondance in the county schools
this term is 13,161, compared with
12-158 last year. -
Aggies Overwhelm
Gonzaga By 50 To 0
Spokane, Wash., Nov. 28. With
Captain Reardon, quarterback of the
Oregon Agricultural college team, star
ring, Gonzaga went down to a BO to 0
defeat here Turkey day.
Gonzaga played a hard gaiuo every
minute but the O. A. C. aggregation
was the better team.
The Aggies outplayed them at prac
tically every point, although the Cath
olics started off with a rush that prom
ised to endanger the Oregon team.
Gonzaga Justified the promise that
they'd fight yesterday. Their playing
was much improved over the showing
in the game apainst Idaho.
localise oi ?he extremely cold weath
tr only 1800 saw the game.
1523 Real Estate Dealers '
Licensed Under New Law
A total of 1523 real estate brokers
have been licensed to transact busi
ness In Oregon under the act of tho
last legislature, according to C. V.
Johnson, manager of the real estate do
partment of the state insurance com
missioner's office. All licenses issued
up to date will expire December 81
when new licenses will be required. j
A new form of bond Is also being
adopted by the department and all I
brokers making application for the 1
1920 license will be expected to ar
range for the substitution of the new
bond form for that which has already
been filed. .
ed to 116,000 lost year. Since Wednes
day Jefferson has turned In S107;
Monitor 844, Monmouth $140, Rick
reall 1 17. Dallas. Independence and
Aurora have yet to send In their re
ceipts but the majority of other aux
iliaries have reported.
A bench warrant for the arrest of
K. M. Bennett, charged with driving
an auto past a standing street car,
was placed in the hands of police this
afternoon. Bennett was to appear be
fore Police Judge Race this morning
at 10 o'clock, and his tallare to do so
caused the Judge to issue the warrant
for his rearrest.
Police headquarters baa been be
sieged with questions about the new
ordinance prohibiting cars from stand
ing on the streets within the tire lim
its, between the hours of 12:30 a. m.
and 11:30 a. m., and it is apparent
that there is some misunderstanding
as to the hours specified in the ordi
nance. Police wish to make it plain
that the hours mentioned above arc
correct. The ordinance becomes effect
lve December 2,
SECOND NOTE TO
MEXICO ASKS DETAILS
(OonWnu&d from page one)
2 NARROWLY ESCAPE
WHEN MOTOR UPSETS
. One person was lightly Injured, and
another severely shaken up when an
auto, driven by a man whose name was
given as Guy Toung, ran off the high
way east of the city, near the Oregon
state renltentiary last night and over
turned. The name of the persons hurt
could not be learned by police.
; According to information received at
police headquartors Young was adjust
ing tho spotlight on the car and he lost
control of It, with tho resultant acci
dent '. , . .
Wife Of Wars Greatest
Hero Lonesome For Home
St. Louis, Mo., Nov.. 28.-The wife
of, tho. "war's greatest hero" wants to
CO home to Tennessee.
And so Sergeant Alvin C. Yorl' 1 1
day considered cancelling his speuklng
engagement to tako Ms little mountain
wlte back to the Tennessee hills, away
from the smoke nnrt &rlme of tho bij
cities, which phvaiclanr, think cont.'lu
Utfcd to her pi'oieut illness with In
fluenza. -
IbcalBriefi
Claiming that his wife associated
too familiarly with another man white
he was away to war, Ward N, Barrett
in an amended complaint filed with
the county clerk today, asks for sep
aration from Rebecca Winifred Bar
rott. He filed his first complaint July
8. They were married in this city July
19, 1917. Barrett also' charges his
wife with desertion.
The date for hearing objections to
the final account of W. M. Brown, ad
ministrator of the estate of Helen
Howard, was set today by Judge
Bushey for 10 a. m. December 29.
George W. Simery, who accompan
ied by his family, is en route to Cali
fornia to upend the winter, stopped
over in Salem yesterday and spent
Thanksgiving with friends. Mr. 81m
erp's home Is in Alberta, Canada,
H. B. Rowland of Baltimore, Md.,
was among the out of town visitors
who spent Thursday In Salem,
E. B. Bolin, a resident of Astoria,
was the guest of Salem friends on
Thanksgiving day.
On a transcontinental trip, Otto
Slabbert of. Benton Harbor, Mich.,
stopped in Salem over Thanksglvliig
day.
The Foresters of America will en
Joy a Thanksgiving dinner Sunday at
2:30 o'clock at their hall on North
Commercial street. All members of
the lodge are Invited to attend.
Willamette chapter's total receipts
for the Red Cross roll call at noon
today amounted to $5398 as compar-
fect knowledge of our penal laws.
Imprisonment "Justified."
"The imprisonment of Mr. Jenkins la
neither unjustified nor arbitrary, as
your note asserts, he himself having
rendered and signed contradictory tes
timonies concerning the abduction of
which he was the victim. Tho Judgo
has had sufficient cause for supposing
him tc be responsible for the crime of
tendering false Judicial testimony, and
tlfltj has merited his Imprisonment.
However, this imprisonment does no
in itself signify that Mr. Jenkins is
culpable, as this can only be establish
ed by a final judgment.
j "During the course of the prosecu
tion the accused may at any time re
quest and obtain his liberty under ball.
Mexican law is very liberal in granting
( it, the request and deposit of tne
amount fixed by the Judge sufficing
. Mr. Jenkins, by refusing to exercise
this right, notwithstanding that he has
I been Invited repeatedly to do so anil
that the Judge has fixed as bond the
sum of 1000 pesos, cannot, strictly
speaking, call himself a victim of mo
lestation which he voluntarily inflicts
I upon himself and furthermore he is
being held in prison with all the at
tentions and comforts compatible with"
his condition.
V. 8. Stand Attacked.
"Tho" Mexican government finds it
self unable to grant this demand foi
liberty contained in the note'under re
ply and it Is supported by strong rea
sons founded on the law of nations and
considerations of a constitutional na
ture. .
' "The government of tho United
States appears to act under the
vlction that Mr. Jenkins is absolutely
Innocent, notwithstanding tho fact tha
this matter is in the course of investi
sation. The Mexican government,
without attempting to claim that Mr.
Jenkins Is culpable, limits itself to sub
mitting the foregoing considerations to
the United States, trusting that the de
partment of state will postpone Is judg.
mont until the tribunals have pro
nounced their sentence, being assured
that the officials of the Mexican gov
ernment have no intentions of causing
molestations or persecutions to Mr.
Jenkins, but solely a sincere desire to
act with Justice."
Every Day Is
ARGAIN D
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ft-A a
Incorporated &
So:
Positively Last Times Today
The
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WITHOUT QUESTION THE GREATEST PICTUKE EVER SHOWN IN
. ... . SALEM . .
7 p. m.
9 p.m.
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Shop,,
inTug day-
I IN fag WEEIiC It
in The season
FUNERAL OF EUGENE
WOMAN IS HELD HERE
The funeral services for Mrs. Anne
Z. Strange, 74, who died here yester
day at the home of her grand daugh
ter, Mrs. P. C. Rosenberger, 666 Bel
mont street, were held at the chapel
of the Webb & Clough undertaking
company, High and Court streets, at
two o'clock this afternoon. The body
will be shipped to Idaho for burial.
tonight.
Mrs. Strange was returning to Eu
gene from -Boise, Idaho, where she
had gone to visit relatives and friends,
and was stopping here a few days at
the home of Mrs. Rosenberger, when
death overtook her.
A daughter, Mrs. Luclle Ansel, and
son, Will Strange, accompanied her.
She Is also survived by a daughter in
Eugene, Mrs. T. D. Bond, and two sis
ters.
WE WILL PURCHASE YOUR
Used Furniture
Ranges, Beaters, Cook Stoves,
Beds, Mattresses, .Springs, Bureaus
Commodes, 8ew lng Machines.
Dishes. In fact, any article which
you wish to sell.
Call Us Up ..
Phone 1177
WHY?
We Pay Best Possible Prices.
Moral: It puts S S in your purse.
Lucas & Needham
Ferry and Liberty 8ta
PHONE 1177
Saturday's Sale.
3 head horses, weight 1200
1 3-inch wagon
2 buggies i
2 set work harness.
Small tools.
Commences at 1 o'clock.
GEORGE SATTERLEE
Auctioneer
Corner Ferry and Liberty streets
Another
Opportunity
To
SAVE
on
APPLES
Kings, Baldwins, Spitzenbergs, Rus-
Low prices in quantities.
5 Boxes, $4.25
10 Boxes $8.00
Apples are very cheap fruit, cost
ing only about 2o per pound in these
quantities.
Delivered free.
Fhone your order, 494
WARD K. RICHARDSON
2395 Front St "
LARD
and
Shortening
Pure Lard (Jones' make)
No. 5 $1.50
Best Shortening, No. 5 $1.15
Picnic Hams per lb .........25c
m
Prime Stall Fd Beef
Cream Fed Veal
Grain Fed Pork
At our usual low prices
Fish and Poultry" In our fish
department we have a fresh
lot of salmon, halibut, etc.,
just received Finnan Had
dies Kippered Herring.
MARKET
Originators of Low Prices
351 State St.
'MOMttMH
H i Is I I 'll 81-1 v
BUY
NOW
New Furniture
arriving overy
day. Ran ges.
Heaters, Oil
Stoves. We kwd
lor low Prices
and High Quali
ty. Wo Buy, Sc0
sum! Exchange.
Peoples Furniture Store
A OOOD PLACE TO TRADE
New nnd Second Ilnnd Goods ough, Sold and Exchanged
2T1 NORTH COMMERCIAL ST. PHONE HI
Do Your Christmas
Shopping Early.......
LADIES'
NECKWEAR
A new shipment just received by express showing all
the new eastern styles new lace collars, also georg
ettes in round or square corners. A splendid assort
ment for your choosing.
49c. 75c. 98c
AND UP TO $1.98
Our price always the Lowest
GALE & CO.
Com'l. and Court Sts.' Formerly Chicago Store
HIDES
and SACKS
WANTED
Also Junk of All Kinds
Best Prices Guaranteed
CALL 396
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
Tho Square Deal House
r271 Chemeketa St. Phone 398
L.M.HUM
ears of
YickSoTong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Go.
Has medicine which will enre any
. known disease. .
Open Sundays from 10 A. If.
until 8 P. U.
153 South High St. .
Salem, Oregon, Fhone 2S3
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SiiiiSiSs DOROTHY DACTON J
Dorothy Dalton
IN
THE MARKET
Two women in one fair body. See New York in her
gayest revel. See her on a New Year's Eve, in the
most sensational cafe scene ever filmed.
Tomorrow Only
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