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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 20; 1919.
STORMS FOR TODAY
Ft TO COM
Sun Francisco, Dec. 19. On this
flay named by Professor Albert Por-
ta as the one on which the Pacific
const would experience the worst
storms in history the sun was shin
ing, with one exception, from Van'
oiiver. TV C. to San DieKO.
The following weather reports were
received by the united Press:
Vancouver No indications - of un
' usual weather.' '
Seattle Ditto. . : . '
Portland Usual Oregon "mist." -I,os
Angeles Sun shining; fine
, Han Dieeo Sun shining; colder
1 than usual. ... v I
The sun was in full glory here.
Porta, the Italian scientist, raised
a furore recently when he -asserted
that the. alignment of six planets with
the earth on the "near side" of the
sun would cause the worst storms in
hiMtory which would Btart on this
roist today and gradually extend east
ward until the United States would
experience the "disaster" in full meas
tire." He predicted earthquakes in
earthquake zones and storms for
Htoi'in zones. No earthquakes were
registering today. Porta himself of
fi-rd no statement.
lteports of "the worst storm in his
tory" raging at Ketchikan, Alaska,
offered some hope to the morbid that
ldi ta's prediction would come true.
came up and tipped their hats to
her," said Keating. "She strolled along
and entered the Crockett apartments,"
'MAKE KETTLES BOIL
IS PLEA OF ENSIGN
Woman Accused Of Death
. Of Son Is Sent To Asylsn
Atlantic City, N. J., Dec. 19. Mrs.
Esther Blake, charged with the mur
der of her five year old son "Buddy"
was sent to the county insane asylum
today by Robert Ingersoll, county
lira. Blake will he' held In the asy
lum pending examination by a com
mittee' of alienists appointed by the
Ensign William Hunter of the Snlva
tlon Army delivered another thrust at
the high cost of living Friday by an
nouncing that the Salvation Army will
not conduct a house-to-house solicita
tlon of funds for the needy this year.
10 n mI gn Hunter requests that all' who
' desire to give for this cause will find
the kottle fund receptacles located at
different parts of the business dls
trlnt. Those having larger donations
. are asked to phone 1820.
' it is pointed out by the ensign that
. the funds being raised by the Christ
mas kettles will toward providing din-
nets for poor families and for general
,t reliof work. . r- , - :
Salvation Army workers hero have
tweet rained that the recent ; severe
; weather and the winter closing of some
, of the mills and canneries has placed
quite a number of Balem families in
poor circumstances and it Is for this
. Banon that the public Is requested to
he us charitable as possible in keeping
; the good cheer kettles "boiling."
i This week the Salvation Army Is p"re
' paring Christmas boxes for poniton-'
.:. tiary inmates.
. Kf forts for the new Salvation Army
building have been postponed until aft..
' er the holiday season. Adjutant J. W.
- Itniawln. who came to Salem to In
augurate the work, has been called to
Seattle to take charge of Christmas ao
. tlvlliea there. Adjutant Baldwin ex
' pects to return to Salem, about Janu
' luy and launch the work for the
erection of a modern welfare home.
WIFE PLAYED 'M l
WHILE (HID WAS
OH TRIAL FOR LIFE
, Sun Francisco, Deo. 19. The atti-
. tuilu of Mrs. Alice Harris AVoodoock,
formerly of Tacoma, towards her hus-
tinnd wag uppermost in the murder
trial today of Edgar Woodcock fur the
lulling of Edward Kelly, local news
The prosecution bneked Its claim of
Iieartlessriess upon the assertion that
Mrs. Woodcock, was found, playing
4'jiu" musio when a policeman went
to arrest her. . , , . .; . . , ,
The defense desperately fought md
(mission of this evidenco and finally
won, in a measure, while standing
firmly on Mrs, Woodcock's statement:
"I would have sold my immortal
Soul to see my husband."
Time and again Detective Kennedy,
who arrested Mrs. Woodcock began a
statement with "we were coming down
the hull and heard a piano playing "
At this point the defense always in
to! posed an objection.
Finally Kennedy was allowed to say:
"I heard a piano playing as we came
down tha hall. It censed when Mrs.
Wooil.'e.-k entered the hall. The music
came from her apartment."
Keunwly previously had testified
that the music was "Jnza."
The Tncoma woman was brought for
Vk-xrCt In rebuttal testimony of the pros
' ecutiou today us "the woman in white"
bho was deferred to in that way re
loated!y. i' "
Kiuuk Keating, salesman, of Texas
oil lands .isstlfled that three nights be
fore Kelly was killed he was standing
at p. ni. at a cigar counter In Mar-)
ket strc t when he saw a "woman In
white " at the curb" He Identified Mrs.
oodeocit as this "woman In white."
' Two tneii--cne of them Woodcock
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The career of P. J. Cllbbom, new
district manager of the Oregon Life
Insurance company, In Salem, Is as
interesting as It is exceptional. He
was born in Ireland, and with the ex
ception of two years spent in study In
Switzerland lived on the -Emerald
Isle for the first twenty years of his
life. He has crossed the Atlantic 17
times, . and the American continent
35. times. He has lived In Mexico, Ar
gentina and Uruguay, visited in most
of the Centsal and South American,
republics, in all of the states of the
union, and a number of the Canadian
provinces. He speaks the French,
German, Spanish and Italian lan
guages, has visited in nearly all of the
European countries, and passed a
number of years In South Africa,
among the places of the latter conti
nent visited being Cape Colony, Natal,
The Transvaal Republic and the Or
ange Free state.
Among the many things at which
he has tried Ms hand, is mining, hav
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Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico.
In the course of his wanderings he
has made the acquaintance of such
notable characters as Cecil Rhodes, of
Rhodes scholarship fame; William T.
Stead, founder of the Review of Re
views; Robert Ingersoll, Henry George
Theodore Roosevelt, Ulysses S. Grant
Joseph H. Choate; General Sherman
and . Lew Wallace, author of "Ben
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Spokane, Wash.,1 Dec 119. Welsh
girls are .' crazy to get a Tank," but
don't care how they get him. That's
what Ernest Motschman told Judge
Wbester here, when he applied for an
nulment of his wedding to Millie Kose,
Motschman averred he married the
girl while on a drunken spree. He
never knew her, he said, the first Inti
mation of the ceremony being When
he "came to."
The marriage was annulled.' .
A Nutritious Diet for All Agea
Quick Lunch at Home or Office
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