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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1919.
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EDITOR OF OREGON
J. W. Collir.s and A. M. Bolter vs.:
United Brewers company, a corpora
tion. Notice of appeal.
J. W. Collins and A. M. Bolter vs.
1. nit?d Brokers company, a corpora-
lion: bond on appeal.
S. H. Heltzel, administrator of the
estate of Matthias Goodie, vs. M. L.
Eskew; original complaint.
Jane T. White estate; citation.
Rhesa F. Starr. 19. of Silverton. a
truck driver, to Christie Jones. IS. of
Portland. Or.. Pec. 1. Newspaper
men from all parts of the northwest
-AtliArAtt km this fiftemnnn to TlftV
their respects to George M. Trowbridge
editor of the Oregon Journal, for
whom burial services were held at 2:3$
'clock, previous to shipping the body
to Chicago. Mr. Trowbridge died late
. Mr. Trowbridge was first stricken 111
In January, 1916, when an operation
was performed at St. Vincent's hos-
recovered and returned to his office all
In August of this year, a recurrence
of the first illness took place and al
though his illness was serious, he re
covered sufficiently to return to his
home at the Arlington club.
Three weeks ago his condition made
It necessary for his return to the hos
pital where he remained until the
time of his death.
Mr. Trowbridge was 5S years of age
at the time of death. He was born In
Xhibuque, Iowa, in 1SS1. his parents
being the Rev. and Mrs. James H.
Trowbridge. He spent his boyhood in
and around Chicago.
He was a eraduate of Amherst col-
aa w i xw., .i, ,iHING Quong Hing. 66. Saturday aft
Mr t.- i frnoon at h r.ear Waconda.
L n.,' Funeral Tuesday at 11 o'clock W. T.
k. J... .v... I Risdon company. Burial I. O. O. F.
doned more than 20 vears urn. when! cn't0
he entered newspaper work, which en- igxuBL5; E
It is always the early bird who gets the pick of our goods for his Christmas gifts. The failing j
of most people is to crowd their selection of gifts to the last, but they not only have to take qff iU ,( jh
what someone else has picked over, but thev spoil the jov of Christmas by working them- p
selves to death the last week. s VNJL .
HOFrMAX Henry Brady Hoffman,
6J, at Willamette Sanatarium, gun
day afternoon. Funeral to be held
Tuesday at chapel of Webb & Clough
company at 2 p. m. Burial Lee
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BOWERS Mrs. C. H. Bowers, T,
Sunday afternoon at home of her
daughter, Mrs. K. L. Stiff. Hovt and
Judson streets, heart disease. Fn
nerai Wednesday, chapel of Webb &
c ough company, Wednesdav ID a
deavor he had since followed.
He was associated with the Los An-1
Keles Herald in the capacity of city i
eoitor. and later was political writer on
the San Francisco Bulletin, prior to his
iuiuS ui ronauu.. iSViGF
It was six months after f S .Tnflr. ' " ' " . J
son took over control of the Journal
In the fall of 1920 that Mr. Trowbridge
joined the reportorial staff of that pa
per. Until April, 1906, he served as
political writer on the paper, report
ing several sessions of the legislature
and covering the land fraud trials. In
the spring of 1906 he was made editor
f the Journal, in which capacity he
ssrved until his death,
i Mr. Trowbridge was unmarried. He
Ja survived by one sister and two bro
thers. His sister. Miss Cornelia Trow
bridge, arrived in Portland last Satur
day. Raving been called when it be
came known that her brother was in
a critical condition. The two brothers
reside in New Tork. James Trowbridge
Is with the Franklin Trust company
and Mason Trowbridge is an attorney
for Colgate & Co. y
George M. Trowbridge was. a mem
ber and director of the Arlington club,
and member of the University club and
of the Chamber of Commerce.
W. Stubbs. at Feeble
Minded Institute, Sunday. Body at
W. T. Bigdon's undertaking estab
lishment. Funeral arrangements not
Mrp. L. M. Savr.ee. In Port
.auQ.- Funeral ehnnpl of rho vhh
& dough company at 11 a m. Tues
'!: Burial L O. O. F. ceircury.
Deals In Real Estate
PHONE RATES IN STATE
(Continued from page one)
item ice all bills rendered to subscrib-
The new order film insinuation
charges at $J.50 in exchanges of morel
man one thousand subscribers and
2.5 in smaller exchanges. The Bur
leson tate was (3.50 for both classes.
In traking connections where the in
atmmeou are already .Installed the
charge of ll.BO for the larger ex
change and $1.00 for the smaller ex
changes ia allowed in the new order.
The Burieeon rate was $1.50 in both
MINERS IS WRECKED
wayne S3. CjII and Myrtle Gill to
James Hanlon and Lizzie Hanlon, It
IT bl 1, Tooze's First add Woodburn:
i.d Harr and Nellie Harr to H. H.
Harris and Gladys Harris. It 4 and
bl 4. Meekers add Salem.
Margaret I Richards and C. E. Rith. i
ards to Eunice Flener, It 6 EW 80 ft
and pot it S beg pt SO ft E of SW
cor sd It th .... 25 ft th E to allev th
S 25 fe th W to Dt of besr nil hi 1 T
Tek Park Annex. Salem.
Iora J. Bennett, widow, to John E.
Housinger, beg pt 743 1-4 ft W of NW
cor Ernest Kohler's 1 0 A tr sit NW 1-4
of S 4 in 6 S 1 W W M th W 222 3-4
ft cen Co rd th S 336 ft al cen sd Co
rd th 222 3-4 ft the N 396 ft to beg
con 2 A sit NE 1-4 of SE 1-4 Bee 4
jin 6 S W W M: $350.
Elizabeth Perkins and A. E. Perkins
to Laura Lester, beg NW cor It 10 bl j
v i iuem m civ ai it ai it kii rr trt w a
lin tr com Elizabeth Perkins and A E i
hus to J H Moyer and Coldie E Oct 12,
19- the Siy 11 W li sd It 66 ft to sll sd
It th Wly al sli sd It 60 ft to W Ji sd th
Nly al W li sd It 66 ft to beg.
S. A . Haupin and Nettie MauDin to
C. D. Geer beg pt 270.5 ft N S5 d 56 m
W and 131.8 ft S 4 d W fr SW cor
Jackson Cooley DLC51VthS4d
W 55.9 ft th N 75 d 42 m W 103.6 ft
to lr pin E li sd It 55 ft th S 75 d 42 ra
E 95.3 ft to pt com 567 sq ft Wood
Nettie Good and H Good to Alphons
Herman Gix, com pt S 29 d W 15.40
ch fr NE cor D L C Samuel Allen and
wf 6 S 1 .W W M th N 76 d 15 tn W
9:50 ch th .... 26d 55 min E 5.40 ch th
N 74 d 15 m W 10 ch th S 26 d 55 m W
10.50 ch the S 74 d 15 m E 19.25 ch
th N 20 d 4.74 ch to beg con 15 A;
A. F. Edman and Oliva Edmi in
o It Now Only 21 shopping days left
your sister. We have them the finest kid in the
various colorings which the season has brought
forth. Prices range from
HAVE YOU SEEN THESE
Any girl would go wild on Christmas
morning if she came down stairs to
find a pair of these beauties. We have
them in Black Cordovan and Grey
$2.50 to $2.98 $1 to $3.00
They are this season's niftiest models, becomingly trimmed with laces, embroideries, tucks, etc.
Boy useful gifts. A dainty shirt waist is always acceptable and practical. We ha?e net, lingerie,
latai, silk in fact waists of every material and s tyle. They are priced to suit.
Formerly Chicago Store Court and Cora 1 Sts.
Win Help You in
Austin J Everson tand Sarah Eversot
Topeka. Kan.. Dec 1. Aocniviiner I fvi winm,. -c-i,.: -n-.
Mvlcor received here from Humboldt, to Chester Everson lot 33. Hollywood.
Kan., the Topeka ppeclal earning! James D Mayes to P. C. Fulton, 1-2
iWp ana laborers into the coal fields j of NE 1-4 of NW 1-4 of sec 25 in 8 S
vaa wrecked in the Humboldt railway! 2 W W M; $1400.
yard early today. No casualties are i C. J. Terhaar sing to Volna T White
reported. Eight coaches in the middle ' and Katheryn White E 1-2 of E 1-2 of
ef the train left the rails, it was stated NW 1-4 of sec 6 in 6 S 1 E W M Also
at the Santa Fe general offices. j beg 1-2 mi st 1-2 nft EW bet T 5-6 th
The train had aboard national guard 8 1-2 sec 11 40 rds th E cen Butte cor
companies from Emporia, Lawrence jth ak cen st to inters sd cr bet T 6
and Tniwkb. d.J . . 1 . . . - i . . . .
7 uuciiia irora A.ansas,uia o tn v sa r ii to oeg con 30 A.
university, Kansas State Agricultral
college and Washburn college, it was
Kansas City. Mo., Dec 1. (United
rress.) Wreck of the troop and vo!
tiateer miner train at Humboldt early
today waa caused by some on throwing
a switch as the special passed over it,
according to reports to Santa Fe offi
Volna White and Katherm Whit tn
C. J. Terhaar, E 1-2 of E 1-2 of NW
1-4 sec 6 6 S. E W M. Also bee 1-2 ml
st 1-2 mi E W M bet T 5 and th S
1-2 sec li 40 rds the E cen Butte cor
the al cen st to intersec sd cr bet T 6
and 6 th W sd T li to beg con 30 A.
STATE PROPOSAL MEN
TO CONVENE TUESDAY
Only J165.000 ia to be asked of con
gress this winter for improvement of
the mouth of the Columbia river.
Pierre, S. D.. Dec. 1. Trend of the
15:0 political campaign waa expected
to be indicated by convention of state
proposal men, which oper,s here to
morrow. The proposal men will "pro
A report which gained some circu
lation today to the effect that cresi-
de nUal nominations would be left open
by the convention, was scouted by dele
gates who had arrived at the meetinr.
Senator Miles Poindexter of Washing
ton state will address a republican cau
cus tonight the only one republican
will be retrained to hold dnrincr the
caiiiyiilpi- under the Richards primary
law. ifo la expected to sound the key
note of the republican rational cam
paign. Thus far. Major General Leonard
U '. Vat been the most talked of man
for the presidential nomination. Forces
back of Governor Frank O. Lowden of
of Illinois have been active and a good
siz-ed boom is under way. Senator
Hiram Johnson and William Kenyon
are also in the running.
In the democratic camp there was
some uncertainty as to whether a pres
idential nomination woud be made.
James Hamilton Lewis of Illinois was
here. He will express the administra
tion's desires on that point, it was re
ported. William G. McAdoo. Attorney
Genera! Palmer or President Wilson
for a third term was the choice the
democrats apparently bad before them
Non-Partisan League delegates ap
parently have decided to confine their
efforts to the state offices. They may
throw their forces with either th? dem
ocratic or republican convention.
The convention will be called to or
der at 11 a. m. tomorrow.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
Vi HAPPY NEW YEARW
BCY RED CROSS STAMPS
WE WILL PURCHASE YOUR
Ranges, Heaters, Cook Stoves,
Beds, Mattresses, Springs, Bureaus
Commodes, Sew 1 n g Machines.
Dishes. Ia tact, any article which
yon wish to sell.
Call Us Up,
We Pay Best Possible Prices.
Moral: It puts $ t la your parse.
Lucas & Needham
Ferry ami Liberty Eta.
Slight increaes are included in rates
for residence telephone service which
was not effected by order of the corn
mission instituting the rates in effect
May first. Under the new order resi
dence rates will be 2.C0-r month for
n!ueiuu-.ii m-,e service, s 1.75 per
month for two party lines and Jl.50
per tooivth tor four party line at all
exchanges with ;he following excep
tions: PcrtUnd, wl)6re the rate fixed is
J.2 for Individual lines, J2.E0 for
two party iines ami J1.50 for four nar.
Albany, "torlo, Eugene, Pendleton,
P.dem, SpringfieU and Warrenton
where the rate will be 12.23 for in
dividual line, J2.00 for two party line
and $1.75 for four party line.
An additional charge of 25 cents per
month will be made for the use of desk
LXBZETY BOND QUOTATIONS
N"3v Tork, Nov. 29. Liberty oonl
iiotat ens: 3 48, 99.9': first '
l.l.TlW- tunml i'a ill Alt- first 4 'i '
S4.3J second 4i s. 91.60: third vi i
93.6; fo-.irth 91.60; victory I H
4 3-4 , 99.
30X7RNAL WANT ADS VAX '
In Holly Time
are (kr Gifts
Once more the time has arrived when we must thinV nf
and get ready, those Christmas CHfS EvSrtWnS ? w
this store vjill have to offer wiul tev iStiSrfh MIS
your purchases as soon as vohh xEil ?Li e
We have an excellent line, but a
limited number, of these Robes
for both men and women. These
Svp?de .Lg00d materials in
several weights and qualities, de
sirable patterns and colors and
ionefl rmiS yash
Men's Indian Pattern $785
one a handsome gift $1.75 to $9.7$
THE PICK OF HOSIERY
PCRE THREAD SILK
If you want something for
a real classy gift ask for a
pair of black Silk Joan of
Arc. pair i.85
Drop Stitch, pa a-. 2.60
Betsy Ross, pair 82.23
' ROBE .
We hare many of th
Make them up yourself
uit the individual t.i?t!.
Cords to match -
$4.T5 to K