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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, JANUARY, 10, 1920.
JUB RESIGNS TO
RF FREE TO UIU
RACE TOR OFFICE
3; State House Briefs.
resignation of Chauncey D. But
ZSU of the automobile de
"'"l onhe secretary of state's of
!TXounoei Friday simultaneously
ff.-nnncement of the appoint-
,rrlD Gabrielson, an employe
otofCa"i'- ...poeed to the
the regarded here as
9T. Buf f's formal entrance Into
f0 he repubUcan nomination
? .fflce of secretary 01 siaie, w
terU,I Butler declines to make any
ffe dement to that effect Just
1tmtl was appointed manager of the
?ne department by Secretary of
Wt "rtott ta 1917 serving In that ca-
iort lnnon-ly since with the ex
of six months during which
SCa me-ber of the U Sparine
JjTstationed at Mare Island
"""'.T. nf resignation he de-
That his action is due to "his
liberty and his desire to enter
t cretary of state, should
decide to enter the race, unham
JTt any political obligations.
Tbrielson who succeeds to the po
.. . . native of Oregon, graduat-
Tr from the Salem high school In
an? from the University of Ore-
C. E Stricklin, of the state engineer
ing department. Is conducting an en-
gineersng investigation of the Silver
I,ake Irrigation district for the Oregon
irrigation securities commission before
which there is pending the certification
of $300,000 in irrigation bonds issued
by the district
Governor Olcott attended the ban'
quet at Eugene, Friday night, given by
the chamber of commerce in honor of
the U. of O. football squad which de
fended the honor o f the west against
Harvard eleven at Pasadena, Cal., on
New Year's day.
Application for permission to dis
continue the Corbett agency on the line
of the Oregon-Washington railroad.
has been filed with the Oregon public
service commission by the federal raH
road administration. Lack of busineaa
is given as the reason for the applica
p0 in 1912-
He was an employe of
H. H. Pomeroy, deputy in the state
fire marshal's office, left today for San
Francisco where he will attend a na
tional conference of arson investiga
tors. Mr. Pomeroy will represent A. C.
Barber, state fire marshal, at the con
tnAiiTninTD rnn p v
1.1 It. kui,i. nin .MA
n n..t. hnnV VlPffl fOP tWO
th Lada cuaii m.w... -
.! -n later was with the state ln-
Lance department for two years. He
n nrniy training camp in
Kovemoer, 1917, winning a commis
lion as first lieutenant and saw active
iih the American forces in
Siberia, returning to the United States
In Hay, 11' a,la resuming "
-iih the secretary of state's of
fice. which he had quit to enter the
gerrice, immediately upon nia iciui...
Gabrielson assumes his new duties
TO VOTE ON TREATY
DROPS DURING WEEK
New York, Jan. 10. Further warn
ings issued by the federal reserve
board against unnecessary credits, an
other reaction in foreign exchange
and the increasingly unsatisfactory
state of the railway situation combin
ed to give this week's stock market a
moderate but general set back.
The admonitions of the central
bank as Wail Street, later Interpreted
them were aimed no less at fcjjecula
tion in commodities and realty oper
ations than at tho 'securities market.
This was evidenced by tightening of
rates at other reserve centers, tnclud
In providing supplies for the use of
the legislators who convene here in
special session next week, Sam Kozer,
deputy secretary of state, charged
with responsibility for this work, has
assumed that "the session will not be
of long duration" according to his
letter of information to the solons ac
companying the list of soDplies pro
vided. Lack of time between the gov
ernor's call and the actual convening
of the session has made it impossible
to provide some of tha conveniences
usually found on the desks of the law
makers such, for Instance, as tin sub
stantial bill files, two of whioh usu
ally grace each desk but which will
be supplanted this time by two less
decorative but none the less service
able "bull dog" clips.
Lack of time has also prevented the
utual arrangements for committee
room accommodations which usually
require the removal of many regular
state employes into down town offices
to make room for the legislators. This
year several such rooms have been
created by a little extra crowding and
janitors will be stationed in each
house of the legislature to complete
arrangements for committee meetings
in conformity with the needs of each
The list of supplies to be provided
each legislator at this session will in
clude the following: 100 printed let
ter heads, 60 each legal size and let
ter size envelopes, printed; 25 each
legal size and letter size envelopes
plain; 1 board clip with 1 quire legal
cap, one quire fools cap and 25 sheets
plain letter paper, one expansion let
ter file for filing correspondence, desk
pad with blotter, inkstand with ink,
bottle mucilage with brush, package
of blotters, two bull dog clips for hold
ing senate and house bills, two pen
holders, one package assorted pens,
three lead pencils, rubber traser,
package assorted rubber bands, box
paper clips, pyramid pins, copy of
Articles of incorporation were filed
with the state corporation department
hero Friday by the 1. B. McRride
Woolen company, of Portland, capital
ized at $100,000. The incorporators arc
B T McBride, Agnes McBride and
Ben C. Dev.
Other articles were filed as follows:
Associated Motor Sales company.
Portland, $10,000; Henrietta B. Lelter.
James J. Shanahan and Thomas V.
First Methodist church of Corvalus
Benton county; W. E. Kyler, A. M. Sny
der, C. L. Beach, A. T. Atwood and F.
Resolutions of dissolution were tiled
by the Portland Seed company of Portland.
Tiger" To Fight For League
If Elected To Presidency
STEEL BRIDGES PESO
Contracts for the construction of
six steel bridjres will be let by tha
state highway commission at its regu
lar monthly meeting in Portland, Feb
ruary S, according to notices to con
tractors being mailed out by the de
partment here Friday. These bridges
are described and located as follows:
Malheur county One 60 foot truss
span over Pole creek near Brogan. ;
Tillamook county One au iooi
steel superstructure over Kilchis river
Umatilla county One 60 toot steel
span over Dry creek near Blue maun-
tain. One concrete vinducl ana one
box culvert near Adams.
Wasco county One 75 foot con
crete arch over Dry Canyon near Hos
ier. One 110 foot concrete arch with
approaches over Mosler creek near
Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 10. State
menu of their views on the treaty of
peace and the league of nations have
teea contributed by Senators Lodge
and Hitchcock to be placed before the
itudents and faculties of 700 colleges
and universities who will express their
opinions in a referendum vote to be
taken next Tuesday. Two thousand
members of Western Reserve univer
sity will vote.
Sen ator Lodge's statement says in
part: . - ,.
"The United States has asked noth
ing in the peace settlement and has re
wived and desires nothing except the
ecuritT and peace of the world. That
peace, a majority of the senate be
lieves, cannot be achieved through the
league of nations as agreed at Ver
sailles. We cannot amend the league
aa it applieB to other nations but we
are determined that it shall be made
afe for the United States. Surely we
who ask no territory, who wish no
polls of war are Justified in saying un
der what conditions we shall enter into
Senator Lodge s statement says in
"The Lodge reservations are destruc
tive because they go much further and
Work number of changes in the mean
ins of the league covenant. Thev sne-
eifically repudiate the reciprocal obli
ration to join other nations in preserv
ing the territorial integrity and pro
tect independence of members of the
leasue against outside aggression. This
blisation is specifically provided in
article X and if agreed to by all na
tions affords a practical insurance
aalnat War of rrinunosit In tho future
If repudiated 1)V 11 it la an InvHallnn
'r2rmany to renew attacks, because
leaves In doubt question whether wc
mum on taken into account."
. lne "udents will vote on six aues.
Paris, Jan. 10. Georges Clemen-1
ceau is said to intend, if he is elected ,
president of the republic, to cross the
Atlantic to carry on in the United
States a "vigorous campaign" in be
half of the league of nations, accord
ing to the newspaper Evenement.
TEACHERS GET PAY
The xlyophone is common with na
tives of Central Africa.
France consumes a million gallons
of, absinthe a year.
Alhnnv. Or.. JaJn. 10. The school
board has settled the question of
whether salaries would be allowed
for the enforced vacation of one week
during the cold spell last month. The
board decided to grant the entire
week's wages and, if classes were not
behind at the end of the spring term
to hold no extrii school.
Salem Variety Store
152 N. Commercial
Where you get a Dollar's Worth for your dollar ; :
AND THEN SOME with an absolute guarantee of ; :
satisfaction. We are anxious to please you. : :
K. S. KALAYJIAN, Pi op. : :
ing those where dealings in foodstuffs
cotton and metals form an important
Fresh unsettlement in foreign ex
change was traceable to a growing
conviction that the administration at
Washington will not finance any
more international loans, but will
lend its tacit approval to the private
promotion of s""h undertakings m
behalf of the impoverished European
According to reports the Belgian
Government will soon consumate such
a loan here and it is not improbable
that the Italian government may also
float a bond issue in this market.
The almost steady diminution of
dealings in bonds offers strong proof
that the new year outlet of interest
and dividend payment has yet to tina
lt wav into the usual investment
Paris, Jan. 10. Secret conversa
tions between Premiers Clemenceau.
Lioyd-George and Nitti continue in an
atmosphere of confidence with a re-
cinrocal desire to reach a solution of
the Adriatic problem which is accept
able to all. according to the Journal.
The project of bringing about direct
egotiations between Italy ana Jugo
slavia also is sad to be proceeang
Amber, when set on fire, burns with
the scent of a resinous torch.
Runaway Monkey Hides
In Pipe of wear Urgan
Snn Francisco. Cal.. Jan. 9. This
cltv is nroud of its great civic audi
torium and its massive organ therein
That nride is Justified.
But the massive organ emitted
strange squeaks and chatter when
monkev Nucie by name broke away
from an exhibit in the auditorium and
after a merry chase from rafter to
rafter and rope to rope, secluded her
self in a husre pipe of the organ.
An attempt to play the instrument
hroneht forth only strange sounds.
mingled with the mnokey's chatter ana
squeaks while she was incarcerates.
asalnst and compromise.
filfter cuns"lt'"lon with leaders
"Both sides, in order to present the
00n M compiled the result will be
wesraphed to the intercollegiate trea
v referendum committed At vv
ork who wm record regulu 0( the
"-urn an parts of the country.
H. S. rimberman Aid
Re-Foresting (H Area
WUto. n' Jan- 9 -Thirty-five
.nwv.1'-89- making the most
vJ. . T Yeor gift one nation ever '
another, are on the way to Eur- I
na0Ln,IrriCan Forery association !
today. They are intended
AnT.'rthe area, of!
foresu '""siura ana the depleted
UaT nd woodlands of Great Brit-
Sj tTjf were Puhased by funds
IT,,. mnM of the association.
bi .hi 1 lOUBlas rir-
ul "', En8""nan spruce, red
m t!Z?; . Mor to be sent
ta Mother Visits Neighbor
Uj"ofT ' Jn The two Infani
tomi. . " u K,u company
fcWV? dy when the j
.v. cught fire and
i Xlt had eon :
ir.t tb; 7: :., ou 0n errand.
ReL ren " w her
ine he fu"d the house
Off. m f t
intT. L Bremen to rescue the
' d girl, were futile
Black Bears Pay Visit
to Pennsylvania I own
Ridgeway, Pa., Jan. 9. "Look,
mother, at the big dog on our DacK
porch," said little Helen Segerstrom.
Mother turned and looked right into
the eyes of a big black bear, one of
three an old bear and two goou-sizea
cubsi that invaded Ridgeway recently.
The animals actually reached one of
the principal corners In town before
takinsr off to the woods again. The
residents were so astounded by the in
vaslon that they forgot about their
nuns until too late. A couple ot days
afterward one of the cubs was slain
some distance from tho town.
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
In tne four months between August 1 and December 1, the Ford Mo
tor Company built and sold 311,400 Ford Cars.
More cars in the past four months than during the entire year 1915!
October was the record month, with 87,251 Fordh. The previous high
record was in May, 1917, with 83,706.
The Ford year is from August 1 to August 1 and this year s produc
tion will total over 1,000,000 Ford cars, or as many in one year as
the entire Ford production up to the close of 1915.
But the demand always exceeds this great production. Allotments for
spring delivery are practically all sold now. At least 1,250,000 Ford
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