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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1919.
LOYAL LEGION LOCAL
AT SILVERTON PLANS
VOTING PRECINCTS TO .
Mie local No. 28 of the Loyal Le
gion of Loggers and Lumbermen met
Ik session Tuesday evening with the
invited members of local No. 29, in
the M. W. A. hall in an enthusiastic
meeting, created somewhat by the
activities of the Timber Workers un
ion in this city.
Chairman I. "W. Farrell, of local
28. presided and opened the meeting
In thA tiftiin.1 form.
The first committee report was of
the entertainment committee,, out me
chairman, C. A. Benson, found it Im
possible to get the joint committee to
- mttiAp at tha nresant time.
Next a committee was appointed of
the following L. L. L. L. men, name
ly, Ike Skeels, Mr. Gustafson and
Jack Meyers, to secure ' a, hall that
would accommodate the locals, con
sidering that the present lease on
the M. W. A. hall would expire Jan
At this point the leasing of new)
quarters, brought up the question of
"Why not build our own hall?" C. A.
Benson rose and gave a very fine
talk In support of this possibility. He
said that he would get busy with pen
cil and paper and figure out the cost
of a building. He stated that for a
small per capita donation in money
v and a day's work, a new b4 would
rise without a doubt. He said that if
iha Insula did nnt W SI lit. to liUV a SltC,
that one might be leased. Tne present
rent that the two locals are paying
would soon liquidate the expense of
building a new hall.
VT. D. Smith, representative of the
general office in Portland, was pres
ent and rose to his feet and backed
via nfnnnKltlnn for a new hall with
some good arguments. He stated -that
the hall should be bunt on a ou-du
basis, and such a monument to the L.
L. L. L. cause should rise in Silverton.
State House Briefs., t
Th mnitnlizntion of the Pacific In
ternational Livestock Exposition com
pany of Portland has bon increased
from $250,000 to $400,000 according to
a certificate filed with the corporation
department here Friday.
Articles if incorporation were filed
Friday as follows:
Clydesdale Truck company, Port.
land, $25,000; F. D. Shrump, Lloyd G.
Rippey and George Estes.
Orncnn Resort company. Portland,
$5000; L. E. Crouch, Ella M. Crouch
nnrt W O'Keene.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, o
Astoria. $2500; Lucy J. Haring. John
A. Freeman, R. W. Skallerud, Loto B.
Pllkington, Ada F. Griffin and Flor
nnrA fl. Snhwftb.
Resolutions of dissolution were filed
hv tha Snrihefield Creamery company
of Snrinirfield. Lane county, and the
Mastodon Hydraulic Mining company
HUNGER STRIKE OF
Voting precints In the various counties
throughout the sfate must be re-established
by the county courts at their
regular December terms to comply
with the provisions of the law
amended bv the last session of the
state legislature. Notices to this effect
are now being forwarded to the county
clcrKs Dy earn A. jujzer, aepuiy secie
Under the new law elections for city
or town officials are held at the same
time as are elections for state ana
pnnnfv nffimrn. nNipssitatini; a change
in tha boundaries to make for, uni
formity and to permit of the use of one
set of election officials for the several
ballots. These changes in the precinct
boundaries, it is stated, will also ne
opssitatn changes in the cities and
towns affected. While the law makes
fnmnltnnfA rnmmilnnrv onlV on the
part of cities of over 2000 Inhabitants, i
cities of less than 200 population,
which are also-required to hold their
elections at the one time, may arrange
their nrecinct boundaries and election
machinery as to best suit their Indi
Sauaw Creek Irrigation
The controversy over physlcial con
nections between the Union County
Telephone company and the Home
Telephone company of La Grande has
been definitely settled by the sale of
the La Grande, Union, North Powder
and Cove lines of the Union county
system to the Home company, accord
ing to advices received by the putmt.
service 'commission Friday. The Union
County Telephone company, Ihe letter
states, still retains its lines at Elgin,
Imbler and Summervllle on which thes
are petitioning for an increase In rates
A private crossing under the S. P. S
S. tracks near Scappoose Is asked for
by Alex Nonser of Scappoose in a pe
tition filed with the public service
A carload of tentage, comprising 250
tents for the use of the Oregon Na
tional Guard was received at Portland
Friday, according to Adjutant General
Stafrin. This completes the equipment
for the Oregon regiment, it Was stated.
K. OF P.liD READY
TO BATTLE RADICALS
New York, Nov. 29. The hunger
strike of the 67 alien anarchists held
on Ellis Island was broken today.
After fasting since weonesuay
morning, passing up a Thanksgiving
dinner of turkey and seeing. one of
their number taken to tne nospuai
late yesterday because of,his weaken
ed condition, 61 of the striking rad
icals sought "food without victory" at
breakfast time today.
. Five were still holding out for re
moval of the wire screen which sepa
rates the ."red" prisoners at the sta
tion from visitors and from other
aliens. Refusal of immigration author
ities to accede to this demand four
days ago brought on the strike.
Tha "utrnnir arm' 'scmad of the de
partment of justice, asked for yester
day by immigration omciais was uu
itv at the island today and after
separating the leaders from the re-
,i,io.. nf t.hn nrisnners. Began tail
ing others before the boards examin
ing them for deportation. The exam-
iv,otlnn nf the 67 Will laKO seven"
,..Dalra ft la nnld.
Frederick Antonchik, 25, was arrest
ed before he got out of bed loaay on
a warrant charging criminal anarchy
,nth nun lnrnl authorities ar
rested him for distributing pamphlets
during the longshoremen's strike, ad
vocating a soviet dictatorsnip ior aiu
The Squaw Creek Irrigation district
of Deschutes county has presented
$15,000 worth of irrigation bonds to
the irrigation securities commission for
certification. The issue has been pur
chased by the Lumberman's tub.
company of Portland and is the second
Issuo of the district, an Issue of $98,000
having been certified by the commls
utnn nhnnt n. vAiir aim. The Drooeooi
of the present issue are to be used in
construction a new diversion dam and
Unnnl LVAAI1 tint AC "'
Contral lodge No
18, Knights of Pythias, held in their
Castle hall Tuesday, the iouuwihb
preamble and resolutions were unan
imously adopted: ' t
mn....n a mrtaln disloyal ele
ment claiming to be citizens of this
republic have raised a violent imuu
against the laws of our country and
th! rules of society in general; and
that by their venomous and murder
ous acts are fast disrupting the peace,
harmony and safety of society, and
thereby attempting to bring about a
state of anarchy; now, therefore be it
"Resolved, that we as a lodge in
regular session assembled do hereby
declare that It Is the duty of the U.
8. government to use all its powers,
If necessary, to bring to justice this
unlawful and anarchistic element and
effectually stamp out every semblance
of such propaganda. And it Is hereby
"Resolved, that we, the Knights of
Pythias of Salem, Oregon, hold our
Belvea in readiness to respond to any
call from our local or national author
ities for aid in such cause."
RaW Of Oregon Since
1852 Dies At Woodbura
John A.' Gore died last Thursday.
November 20, at the home of his step
daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
S. W. Harper, In the 69th year of his
age. Deceased was born In Burling
ton, Iowa, January 10, 1851. He ac
companied his parents to Oregon in
1852 and settled near Lebanon, where
he married Mrs. Elizabeth Buoy, De
cember 19, 1896. His widow, four sis
ters and one brother, also stepdaugh
ter, survive him. The-brother and
three sisters reside in Portland and a
itr In Stockton, Cal. fr. Gore was
a man of quiet disposition, easily made
friends, a man of upright character,
and those who knew him say he was
one of the finest men in the world.
The funeral yas Sunday, services be
ing held at tie M. E. church at 2 p.
jn.. Rev. F. L. Moore officiating.
: The five miles of road connecting
up the Mosler and Hood River high
way is said to have cost $298,000.
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rAUL ADVERTISING IS SOGES
tlve fur tuirly shopping, wlille stocks
tire 'mplcto and Ute hKt minute
usl in avoided. - -
AMERICAN SILK SHIRTS
MANY VOLUMES ADDED
The librarian reports the following
books added to the city library our-
Incr tVlA UTPfik:
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"Airbrake pumps,' air signal sy-
tem, train control," pubiisnea oy w
"Greater European governments,"
flo,.rtntinns of the English, French,
Tii nmon nd Austro-Hungar
iiauuiii . -
ian governmelits, by President Law
-anno T-.nwpii oi Marvara.
"The truth about the Jameson
raid," new light on the Boer war and
the attitude of Germany in interna-
..o at thnt time, written
liuilttl Hiaucio v. ,
by John Hays Hammond as related
by Alleyne Ireland.
"Keeping in condition," a handbook
tralnlne for older boys, by Harry
religious education in
i,-- , i v,,.h " instructions for
tne iucoi .
.,i wnrii in the church much
as public schools are doing, prepared
by William Clayton uower.
'Twelve lessons from me
purposes," " a description ot
ences with automatic writing, byj
Margaret Cameron. The earler book
"The seven purposes ' was pu"":
in 1918. ,
Commercial Spanish," a practical
Spanish reader using commercial
terms and proviaing tomuinui ...
formation, by C. J. Mcnaie.
tr..v. woinnta " an aDDreciatlon OI
the work of the prominent author of
today, by josepn neiBon"."-..
"Everyday Greek," Greek words in
English including scientific terms, by
Horace Addison Honman.
..r m.t. rhrlatnnher Columbus,
. uurajvv, v... . ,
The long knives of Illinois." three his
torical plays for young people oy
"Birds of a feather." an aviation
story by Marcel Nadaud.
"The broken soldier and the mam
of France," a story by Henry Van
"Ramsey Mllho nana, a.
For the Children
..rnD-i nixtnras of the long ago
stories told In the Metropolitan Art
r fn the children's apprecia
tion of certain famous pictures. They
are stories of the people ui
i,t Anna Curtis Chandler.
lUltua, wi J ' " -
"The story of Joan of Arc, as told
by Andrew Lang.
.Th torv of a thousand year
.. ftvioi-, tales of wild life by
Enos Mills. The title story is finest
bits of nature study that has heen
-t.ton "Old Pine" grew near the
Mesa Verde of Colorado.
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the "Horace Mann n-s'
finpl nwen. Nov. 29. Henry Dun
Igan and family of Mill City visited
the former's parents On Howeu prai
Rn Jones and son. Clifford,
of Philomath spent Thanksgiving
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones.
Thfinrtnra Jackson was in the vicln
ity of his old home Saturday and Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keppllnger
Leland and Minnie Kepplinger and
Miss Ethel Mason of Gooch spent Sun
.law ot tho ui' A. Dunigan home.
Mrs. Clem Wolfe is visiting reia-
tivoa in Pnlk COUntV.
EIroy Kirkpatrick and mother
from Dallas were guests at the W. G.
Davis home Sunday.
T.lovd RaDe of Camp Lewis spent
the week end with his parents.
urra John Lvnch nnd cnuaren win
nie and BUI, recently spent a Sunday
tit Ti Tlfinrnnaaa.
1? W .Tnnaa has moved from the
Merslnger house into the one vacated
hv Wm. Hudson.
.Tn Ri-hnaidfir and wife were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. ZelllnsKl rnurs-
T?t.v F. Fisher and daughter en
joyed Thanksgiving dinner with Mr
onri Mrn rhfts. Vancleave
Mr. and Mrs. Knuths, Chas. Knuths
THEY come in an
of colors, the blending
of these are "Very
pleasing to the eye
and will immediately
convince you of the
wonderful values of
and figures, come in
solid colors in delicate
HPTTTiYV varirm in rvvinn fn em'f oil mtveoo
and are just the garment you have been in
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neea oi slocks are complete. xiAvri you
Do It Now
PROCRASTINATION is the thief
of time. NO trier saying was ever
invented than this.
TTTTTTT -1 . I . ll 1 -. I i'r. .-"..Air 1 I
whi ,k toi nnvp nppn T,niTiifinirfij:';aVvi!'.iij'ii
about your 4needs, and have not
attended to them you have lost ,
cloth.es prestige it helps more than
the average person realizes.
BISHOP has ready for you at all
times the largest stock of Clothing
that is up to the minute in style,
and the finest qualities that can be
purchased they are guaranteed to
give you satisfaction.
OVERCOATS are a necessity
this cold sleety, snowy, blow'ey
weather it is a health protection
VHTT inamp vnin lifp hmisA nnrl
other perishable things, why not
insure vour health with us todav?
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"WE are always ready to help you to better Gothes, for the same money.',
'Every Family on Marin and Polk County a Patron.
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LONDON THIS AND
TALKS ABOUT FIGHT
T-nnrlnn. Nov. 28. London is think-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barnick of Salem , ing and talking little but fight.
dined at the Joe zeinnsnie vn.. ." r -----
Thursday lesa than a week away- fans anfl tne
Mrs. Marie Hindershott of Stayton public In general are worked up to
spent Thanksgiving with her parents, , that well known "fever pitch. In
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Williamson. -fact, talking Is the only diversion for
Mr and Mrs. George Zeilinskl, Miss the fans until Thursday night when
Mildred Williamson and Louis Bart- the two heavies get into the ring at
ruff spent last Sunday in Stayton. Colburn stadium for 20 rounds. .
David Peterson is helping Clem The public has been denied admis
Wolfe on his new barn. ston to the training camps of both
Mrs. A. C. Peterson and Hilda scrappers. Carpentier's reason for
Williamson visited at the Williamson secrecy is unknown, but the mantle of
home Sunday a week. . mystery thrown about the Beckett
Mr and Mrs. George Zeilinskl were quarters is uunintentlonal, being due
the guests of P. Williamson's Thurs- to the Southhampton town council's
otrnlnat admitting spectators to
oay. . - . , - " .v.
Jerome and Dewey Parmenter nave the pubiio Dam nousen
returned from Montana. British champion is trairing.
Mr. Hammer has been plowing for Critics who nave seen me mo m
G. G. Looney with his tractor. . In action have declared them to be in
Miss Emma Fisher spent Saturday good condition, aunuuisii mmo
night In Salem as the guest of Mr. expressed the opinion that Carpentier
and Mrs. Palmer. . appears to be somewhat over-irainea.
O. G. Looney, W. A. Dunigan, (. .
. - . . i ... T 1 1 a vAdf nln nnn OI
Fisher and jumma riBner njprcwiiv iiayiuu liuuum, j-
the Hazel Green church at the United a. E. Ludln, was drowned at Astoria
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enlistment council held at me oaiem -ruesaay, uy uuims
U. B. church Saturday and Sunday, way leading to the Elmore cannery.
HAXSON DKNIES CANDIDACY
New York, Nov. 29. Ole Hanson,
formar mavor of Seattle, today denied
any knowledge of the reported forma
tion of an "American party" with Gov
ernor Calvin Coolidge of Massachusetts
for president and himself for vice-president.
Yick So Tung
Chinese Medicine and Tea Co.
Ha medicine which will cure may
Open Sundays from 10 A. II.
until 8 P. M.
153 South High til.
Salem, Oregon. Phone 28S
THIS AW L
I shoes, grata
r.au h llMl
to sew up wire cuts OB stock. Special with;
nenHe so spool of wmed thread 69 cents.
By n!il. T5 cents. Full directions with
Btreet, Portland. Oregon.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY.
Burbanks, American Wonders,
Netted Gems; Pride of Multno
mah, Garnet Chili, Early Rose.
We will be ready to commence
shipping an soon as you have
fully matured stook to offer.
Phone 717 or address 542 State
street, Salem, Oregon.
before the eyes, dizzy spells, 1
palpitation of the heart, less
' appetite or craving for sweet
nr ennr kinds nf food are
signs of self-poisoning by products of poorly
digested or imperfectly eliminated food waste
which have entered the blood.
Beecham's Pills assist to restore normal action
of liver, stomach and kidneys.
Sold hy dragguU throughout
th world. In boxes, 10c, 25c. y
: E YE SIGHT
MUSCULAR EYE troubles are very annoying and
should be taken care of by one who is equipped with
the proper knowledge and instruments. We know
the eye muscles from A to Z, and are completely
equipped to do this special line of work. The exter
nal muscles of the eye are invariably weakened by
any of the refractive errors, and the longer the de
fects are allowed to go uncorrected, the more weak
ened become these external muscles.
Eighty per cent of all persons have eye defects
which call for the services of the optometrist.
If your old glasses don't suit, you still have
HEADACHE and EYESTRAIN call in and see us.
Dr. Albert R. Miller
OPTOMETRIST and OPTICIAN
. All 1 - 1
Appointment Dy pnone any nour
Phone 341 Residence 1390R
HW .tiUA'lff tfJ
Happy j t
( Snsthfng harniM- no , alcoho
I table properties. Espally recom- I J
I mended ior teething Umt. I T
I At alt "" I X
Grandma or Grandpa
WiP npprccirte a pair of
THE INVISIBLE BIFOCALS
The Gift Certificate will solve the problem.
DR. A. McCUiiOC; !. OPTOMETRIST
204-6 Salem Bank of Commerce Building
"Can I Have a Bicycle for Xmas?"
-YOUR BOY. JUST ASK YOUR BOY TONIGHT: "IP YOU COULD
HAVE WHAT YOU WANT MOST FOR CHRISTMAS, WHAT WOULD
Sure, hell say, "A Bicycle."
If you buy him a Dayton it will be a gift that
will last for years and will give him heaps of fun
every day and lots of clean exercise in the open
Our Christmas Bicycle Club
will solve your Christmas problem.
Come in today and let us tell you how easy it
will be to give him a bicycle the kind that is made
to stand "boy wear and tear."
Remember, you must act quick if you want to
join the Christmas Bicycle Club.
. Come in today.
Lloyd E. Ramsden
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