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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1919.
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SENCE 1 882 IS DEAD
Jacob Nathaniel Starr died at 8
O'clock Friday night at the family resi
dence 896 South Sixteenth street after
a lingering illness. Mr. Starr was born
in Clark county, Missouri, July 3, 1876.
He came to Oregon with his parents
Way 3, 1876, living near Mehama un
til 1S82 when he came to Salem. He
attended the public school here, after
Which he took a position in the Gus
Strange plumbing shop and was in the
Lake Labish wreck and was so badly
hurt was never able to do hard work.
He took a position in the Dabeny store
He was married to Miss Mary A.
Johnson, May 15, 1901. They have
lived In and near Salem all the rest
cf the time except for about a year and
a half in Portland. He was a member
cf tha Brotherhood of American Yeo
man. He joined the First Christian
church when a young man and was a
tnemhf-r at his death. He is survived
by his wife and two children, his fath- j
cr, E. W. Starr of Portland, two bro
thers, W. F. Starr and E. N. Starr of
Salem, two sister, Mrs. W. A. Jarvis of
Vancouver, B. C, and Mrs. F. K. :
Churchill of Albany, two halfbrothers,
G. W. Starr of Dajlas and M. L. Eskew
of Salem, and halfsister, Mrs. Anna
Martin of St. Helens, Or.
The funeral will be held from the
First Christian -church Monday after
noon at 2:30, Rev. Porter conducting
the service. He will be laid to rest in
the City View cemetery.
Holland bulbs, hyacinth and tulips
at Maruny s green chouse, 211 Miller
Miss Gene Bell is in Portland over
the week end as the guest of Miss
Holland bulbs, hyacinth and tulips
at Maruny's green house, 211 Miller
By making it publicly known that
he was gong to keep the roll call go
ing until the reputation of Snohomish
countv was preserved, C. W. Haines,
roll call chairman of the Everett chap
ter, reported an increase of that chap
ter's membership from 7000 to 13,000,
according to word received here today
Holland bulbs, hyacinth and tulips
at Maruny's green houses 211 Miller
street. . 283
Clifford A. Smart, who has been in
active service in the United States
navy for the past 32 months, return
ed home this morning after receiving
his discharge. Mr. Smart is a gradu
ate of the Salem high school with the
class of '17 and is the son of H. A.
Smart, 2515 Cherry avenue.
Marth Gore, w dow of J. A. Gore,
68, who died here several weeks ago,
was named administratrix of his es
tate hv Count" .Tniere Bushey.
S. W. Harper, R. M. Hicks and J. C.
ft'agenei, were chosen appraisers. The
estate is valued at $205.
On motion of Prosecuting Attorney
Gehlhar thatevidence was not strong
enough to convict Frank Day, 65, ar
rested several days ago for having in
toxicating liquor in his possession,!
was released from custody today. The
"liquor" Day is'said to have concoct
ed after test was proven to have had
insufficient "kick" to cause ntoxica
tion. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Jones will leave
the first of the month for California,
where they will spend the winter.
They will be joined in Los Angeles by
their daughter, Miss Alta Jones, who
ia enjoying an extended visit in the
east, and who will come west after a
brief stay in Tittsburg. At present
Miss Jones is the guest of friends in
.'Washington, D. C.
Suit brought by T. A. Livesley and
Company against Strauss and com
pany, brewers of London. TCng., for
judgment to the extent of $3142, is
pending here in circuit court. In their
complaint, T. A. Livesley and com
pany allege that in 1915 they advanc
ed $8006 to Strauss and company to
pay for the shipment of 200 bales of
hops from California to London. Of
this sum $3142 remains unpaid, and
It is for this that the company is
bringing suit against the brewers.
Notice of appeal, from the decision
of County Judge Bushey November 7
that overruled objections brought by
State Treasurer Hoff to the account
of the estate of Maurice Klinger was
filed in the county clerk's office here
today. In the notice the appelants
charge thatie true'and full value of
the estate had not been named in the
account made by John H. McNary,
An excellent start has been made
for the organization of a new Sunday
school orchestra at the First Method
ist church. Several pieces are already
in service and others are promised.
Professor Davison of the high school
is the director. An earnest invitation
is extended to all who play orchestral
instruments, to join and make the
music a notable feature. The Sab
bath school enrollment is gradually
growing, so that the goal uf 1000 mem
bers which was agreed upon some
time ago, is within possible sight. The
enrollment is now above COO with an
average attendance of 400. Christmas
exercises are now being arranged for
and an unusually attractive program
ONE AT A TIME, LADIES
Portland, Or., Nov. 29. Any
young woman who is not more
than 28 years old who is "edu
cated to the true merits of gov
ernment ownership" and wants
a husband may be accommo
dated by writing to Charles A.
Blencoe, P. O. Box 84, Or
chards, Wash. provided; she
isn't too late.
Blencoe wrote a letter ask
ing a Portland newspaper to
help him find the "right one."
The future Mrs. Blencoe
"must be past the influences of
republican, radical and capital
istic agitators." It is promised
that all correspondence shall
be strictly Confidential. Letters
by the way, should be regis
tered. Notice: "All flirts and tri
Application for permission to appro-
priate water from Zig Zag river for
the development of 1034 theoretical
horsepower, was filed with the state
engineer's office today by Joseph R.
Keep of Portland.
Other applications were filed today
Squire S. Aikem of Prospect for per- tfons that Dr. Eddy promises will in
mission to appropriate water from Milt dude slate writings, supernatural vis
creek, a tributary of Rogue river, for icns. fioatimr tables and chairs, re
the irrigation of a small tract nd for
the operation of a hydraulic ram.
Tom C, David C, and Glen R. AVat
son of Fife for permission to enlarge
McGilchrist reservoir for the storage
of 80 second feet of water and the ap
propriation of this water for irrigation
C. L. Holliday of Klamath Falls cov
ering the appropriation of water from
Klamath river for the irrigation of 231
acres of land near Klamath Falls. .
Plevna District Improvement com
pany of Klamath Falls covering th
appropriation of water from Klamath
river for the irrigation of 570 acres.
Sonic of the many beautiful gowns to bo
Htiirtllng musical comedy sensation
Grand, Monday evening.
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COAL MINtRS SCAB
Kansas City. Mo., Nov. 29 Sup-
plies and equipment for Kansas' vol
unteer army of coal miners were rusu
ed to the Pittsburg (Kansas) coal
fields today. '
With nearly 4000 recruits enlisted
and more than 600 men actually ready
to leave for the mining district, army
tents, blankets, heavy clothing, mov
able kitchens and equipment were be
ing shipped from Camp Funston, Fort
Leavenworth and from the quarter
master depot at St. Louis under or
ders issued last night by Major Gen
eral Leonard Wood, commander of
the central department of the army.
One thousand "picked" men will
enter the southeastern Kansas coal
iields Monday morning. Governor Al
len stated. One hundred carloads
daily, averaging thirty tons to the car
load, will be the output from fifteen
steam shovels and one thousand men
at work in the strip mines, experts
Special trains were to carry the
first volunteers to the coal mines late
. Materialization Of Spirits
To Be Show" Sunday Night
Materialization of the spirit that in
habit the world just beyond the senses
is what Dr. Eddy proposes to make
the main portion of his psychic dem
onstration at the Grand this Sunday
night. It is said Dr. Eddy has succeed
ed in accomplishing much in the occult
world that is unbelievable to him who
lias not seen his experiments. Be-
sides the psychic demonstrations that
Dr. Eddy makes manifest he brings the
spirit land before the spectators so
that those who came to doubt go away
convinced that there is more in the
psychic world than would appear to
tne man wno does not look below the
surface. Among the many manifesta-
markable tests of the human mind,
materialization and dematerialization,
and similar j "lenomena. .
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WASHINGTON MINE IS
Tacoma, Wash., Nov. 2S. Work of
- fjjgmjuung ine nijn 0j tae Carbon
Coal & Clay company at Bay, King
county, beemntoday following the an
nouncement of President D. S. Ilanley
that the mine has ceased operations
indefinitely owing to unsettled labor
A request has been made for the
wtihclrawul of troops jent from Camp
Lewis, November 20, when the mine
was declared open for all workers, for
protection against possible interfer
ence from miners.
O.ily 20 men icportod for work.
'The men did not soon to want to
work," ald Hanley. "We find it im
possible to eohtinue under the uncer
tain labor conditions."
WE WILL PURCHASE YOUR
Ranges, Heaters, Cook Stoves,
Beds, Mattresses, Springs, Bureaus
Commodes. Sew t n g Machines,
Dishes. Ia fact, any article which
you wish to sell. .
Call Us Up
We Pay Best Possible Prices.
Moral: It puts $ $ In your puree.
Lucas & Needham
Ferry and liberty Sts,
tfTh ideal wy of
C4ta thins is the
The i.fety interlocking (wing
tag wringer loeki into eix posi
will amount to more than $9000, has
just been voted by the citizens of Ly
ons, in Linn county.
MACHINERY. TOOLS, ETC.
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
Guarantees you the full
value of your goods. We
are in the market for
HIDES and SACKS
Also, all kinds of
. SCRAP IRON
OLD RUBBER. ETC.
We Buy 2nd Hand
CAPITAL JUNK COMPANY
The Square Deal House
271 Chcmekota St.
A 10 mill special road tax, whi
The ideal way of washing
delicate things is the way
the Eden washes everything
inens last enough
washes everything in the same ideal way a woman
uses to clean a bit of lace or silk. The big sanitary
zinq cylinder of the Eden lifts the wash up and down
-through hot suds countless times as gently a3 you
wash your most delicate garments. It takes the rub
out of the tub the ache out of your back and pays
for itself in its cash savings.
If its electric come to us
. SALEM ELECTRIC CO.
'.five Injured la Battle
On 'Frisco Waterfront
San Francisco, Nov. !S. Five men
were injured early today when strike
breaking stevedores and union sympa
thizers clashed on the waterfront.
The strikebreakers wore attacked its
they were moving from l'lor 41 to Plot
21. lirioks, stones, clubs and fists fls-
For Long Distance Auto Trucking
Willamette Valley Transfer Co. y
WE ALSO DO LOCAL HAULING.
$15.00 Cotton Felt Mattress $12.50
40 pouund Combination Mattress $7.50
35 pound Silk Floss $Z2.59
271 North Commercial Street Thonc 73 1
Peoples Furniture Store
A GOOD PLACH TO TIUDB
New and Second Hand Goods Rough, Bold cad Eicluinecd
271 NORTH COMMERCIAL. ST. PHONIC 731
n't it be ideal to wash everything without
a wouldn't all your clothes and blankets and
longer to make the machine
that way a mighty good
Ask for free trial
, in your home
Telephone us to send you an Eden on free trial with
out obligation or expense. After using it with your
own washing, you can buy it if you want to in the
same easy time-payment way that Liberty Bonds
urc 1 lit the general incleo which fgj,
Police reserves arrested ono man
cluirsed with uiwuult with a deadly
Nuno of the Injured was seriously
Gordon. UoylnKton was the utHi
JlooJ River soldier to take lulvumago
of tho ruling that penult the Ir(w
naturalisation of a soldier.