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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY, 10, 1920.
PROBERS FIND KEELEY' S
CHARGES AGklNSTSTA TE
ACCIDENT BODY FALSE
Charge of mltnniittnnt In the
dminUrtratloD of lh affair of th
tat Industrial accident commlaalon
filed b;' Lee Roy E. Keel.r, I'ortlano
attorn) , wera not aubatantlataxt r
etdoiic prewntd before I ho Inveali
gatlng rommllt appointed by O ov
ers Otcott laat July at the raqueet of
William A. Marahall, chairman of the
omwtaaicm, according to the aommit
I' rrport fllod with Governor Ol
cott tble noon.
No rtfereuce ta made In the commit-,
too' irort to Keellr except Indirectly
In touching on crtilelam of the cm
Bilaslor, ana It action "coming from
aa aMoroar or attorn connected
WHa bat la known aa the Dibbern
aaa." It Wa Ihla Ulbbern caae and
Xele attempt to collect attorney'
foe for hie alleged part In the col
lection of cumpenaaUon fur the acci
dental death of Dlbbern, ao employ of
the tlrent Hmltb I'orter shipyard at
Portland, which lad up to the Invmtl
gatlon of the commlavlon. After the
nlaalon Ignored Keeley In Ita aattle
tit with Mr. llbbern, Keeley then
kroughl attarnment proceeding In an
attempt to compel Mr. Dibbern to pay
jura attorney fee out of th compen-
a'lon award. Later he brought action
again tb eomnilnrion declaring that
H actod oulalde of It authority In
awarding cumpenaaUon for dtialh of
IMbbern who killed while employ-
o on a narigabi atreint and without
fba jurisdiction of a Mat commleelon
Touching on tbi phae of th nritlclam
th report of th Investigation com
Wiltu decarea that It I quit appar
ent thrl th commlwlon had "reason
to belu ve that It wa acting within l
tight In making th aettlenien with
Mr. Dlbb.ro when and a It did.
It i our Impremlon that th commit
k ! It beet Judgment at th time
ad acted with proper Intent and that
aertou erltlciem I Juetlfled."
under referenc In lit report to
t la evidently Keeley erltlolatn of
an wmrniaaian I contained In tai.
et whltih declare that "a brief con
taining om iecifio and a good many
wrl charge agalnet th commie
wa. and Ita admlnletratlon of the law
Pnaentea to the committee by an
attorney. pn detailed Investigation ao
Many of theee charge and complaint
wr found without ute(itnlial found
w i.ai m com in II tee we Inclined
to attach very littl Important to
Th eommlttr I Impreeaed with
th fact that nolwithetandlng th pub.
" " It appointment and Ita
rrr ",Mn iuet
told h.v bee made ,y lh.., who
anted to eppear before a iih either
omplelnt ur uggellon.
"W find that in iumher of em.
Iy and th aver ealary paid the
mplaye of th commieeJon r not
t"7T n4 lh ' eurgeon f.
dul adopted by the oominlMuti,
T financial report compiled by J
W. rtwguaun of h cominlaelon l di
ftiad lo be In a he.lthy condition with
raaauttabl (urplu or margin."
The Cn.nlM,m I commended hy
th ImuilnlloR wHumlHe fur (I. will,
but o tperatlon in providing al lr.
(nfnrntaiiuB fr the peruem ,.f
th lataatlgator. ' ' ' i
A ntniitiHtalloii I. -ii.. . '
th tp.iH.rt f, , Improvement In th
fing thetk on eontUiuil.,i.. .. ....
EVAN'S ASKS DIVORCE
DECREE BE MODIFIED
Anting th court to amend a dl
vorc decree lasued In March, I 1 .
by giving th cuetody of three minor
children to him and to cancel further
payment by hint of alimony, C. C
Evan filed a motion Friday aublect
to th decidon of Judge lllnghain of
In hi motion, Evan allege that
hi former wife 1 receiving the at
tention of on Uerald Hhort and that
th children are not living under con
dition benvflclal for their up bring
ing. Attorney for former wife hav fil
ed anewcr In which th request le
mad that th $29 monthly alimony
b continued until the children at
tain their majority, aa waa originally
provided by the decree. The anewer
also atatai that th former Mr. Kv
ana waa married to Uerald Mhort at
Vancouver, Wn Iecember 80. 111.
and that they will be provided with
good horn by Mr. and Mr. Hhort
At The Grand Monday
SALEM HIGH DEFEATS
ffllMNmif 24 TO 12
. r j
I La Pappillon Dcance
Hungarian Concert Polka Alfordy
Laat Hop Gottschalk
The Butterfly Lavollee
Scuvenir de Travatore Hoffman
For Long Distance Anto Tnicking
Willamette- Valley Transfer Co. e
WE ALSO DO LOCAL HAULING.
Nome of native Hawaiian In the) Hul n Hull mx-ne with the biz moftlcal
cumcdy "My Honolulu Girl," mnd cix-ra houae, Mon. Januury 13
Th Balem high achool baaket bull
team wa victor over the MaMlnnvllle
quintet in a well played gam at the
Balem high gym, Friday nluht. the
Halem boy flnlahlng eaay winner
with a ecor of tl to 12.
Heridrtcka of Wlllaniett urilvrl
ty refcreed th gam which waa call
d at 7 p. m. Uood play on the part
or both team pretlouilnnud during
in exhibition, which waa wllneamia
by a capacity attendance, Title wa
Halem nacond gnme of . the aeaaon
and wa McMlnnvl I' firal nulillc
iwut tor lst. The majority of Mo
Mlnnvllle' play aavored of tlu
grand tanil," while the Halem lad
equalled th vlaltor in each exciting
email and howd good teamwork In
i.incit ror the reaiwctlv teama
were: McMlnnville Unborn and Mll
Itr, firwardi McCarty, renter; Toop
and Trent, guard &lin--Hhefrr
and Ulll, furwarda; llulae, center;
Aahby and 'Buil'' GUI, guiinla.
HAS WIDE REPUTATION
'My Honolulu Girl," neweat, bright
est and bit of all musical ahowa.
with a company of thirty-five artist
and a beautiful ncenlc venture, will be
Iho attraction ut th Grand Opera
Hiiuae. Monday, January U. Norman
Krlednnwald, the producer, aay the
how I by far the beat he haa ever
given to a discriminating play loving
rieautlfully ttigi'd number, ung
and danced by prettily coatumed girl
and real Hawaiian in native coatume
are only a few of the many feature
.. , . . . I . . I
t line ruierntiiiie enow. jumttwere
Lono, direct fro mhl tiny thatched
hut near the base of the volcano Kil
auea, head the group of active and
play haunting train of Ilawnllun
love aong on hi mamlv steel
trlnged guitar. Ktuhijn I'urtell, one
of the fiw heiresses from that far
away land of enchantment, divides
honor with Am ana.
Among the regular Tnlted Hates
alar with tSi show are Eddie Itw
Kraner. noted a a comedian of part,
Kathryn rurtell, "Illlll" Kmeraon.
the prima donna. J. Italcv a mm.j. !
Ian and Thodd DcMonlco, a matinee
1 h chorus of really pretty girls 1
one of the big feutun- of iho show.
ines girls are big and little, nimble
and graceful and full of genuine pep.
They wear Hawaiian roatuines In
several of tho numbers that were
made on the Island by the daughters
of Henry Aheana. During the prog.
reaa of the show the chorua appear
In eleven different citatum, the coat
of which runs far Into the thtiuwinda.
Two eompHtmt malila care for and
pack these costume each night
PUPILS GIVE RECITAL
Mr. Walter Denton presented her
Junior pupil In a piano recital Fri
day evening at the Denton residence
on North 12th street. Only the par
ent and invited friends of the pupils
present, and the rooms were
crowded to capacity. A new feature
of the recital was the playing of
numbers by thr of the older tu-
KLAMATH WOULD TOY
That the Marion County Community
Federation Is attracting attention In all
part of the stae is indicated In a tele
gram received by Manager T. E. Mc
Croskey, at the Commercial club, Sat
urday. Mr. McCroskey is father of
federation plan In this county.
The wire is from Fred A. Baker, of
'ha KlPmath Falls Commercial club,
and asks al ldetails of the federation
plan. The wire explains that a Kla
math County Commercial club is pro
poned there and that the federation
plans now working successfully in this
county are desired as a pattern for that
cuingscdiBfullyinhitnsowsa worpk 1 12
Recently letters were sent to all com
mercial clubs In the state by the State
Cham Lei of Commerce urging applica
tion of the Marion County Community
Federation plan in their communities.
FOX FARMS PAY WELL
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Is
land, Jan. 8. Fox ranchine on thin in
land province is steadily growing and
this season it Is estimated that about
6000 will be shipped from here. The
dent as an appreciation to tho young-IJ, . fc.e ,rum 'uuu eacn rr "ver
er class. Borne of ths children proved irf kJlna down to 110 for 'he cheap-,
Ranchers are giving up the breeding!
vi me cneaper grades of foxes as thev
cost Just as much to feed as the oth-
ers ana domesticated reds are now a I
nkrltv A ....... i. . . - ....
uumucr inuivmuai rarmer
in this province are starting small fox
We have a few extra fine adjusted movements in gentlemen's pocket
watches sizes at exceptionally low prices. If you need a good time
keeper, come In and eee these specials of ours. .
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
Jewelers and Opticians
III llu. life of (tuletn mualrnl art
the vn miminl conceit of tint Ani.tln
ilttU are mure ami mure bolitu I. ,!,.. I
forwiiid to tta tlellklilful nlenaure eviua
Th first I't.n. crt of the club1 third ,.
on at the Hrmory iiott Tuedy even-
, 7 " , "nu """"aung Uiih century
..-.,i,M, i'kmi oiiurta in mat tilt
boliiiat for lite ot-t'a.iiin will b a man.
juiin itaiiii, who ability a
IH'fiO I'KDI'III .SIKI) t llANGB
-Vk 1 ur,,U"'l"' lh artlat U nut ao widely known Tl .
uiMir .i.o of splendid robuatnea In
quality, likened by nwnv of thoa who
have beard hint In tlat Hie w ttt.l r-
nownd Csruso. T blgitf and bea.
I Ot llu. lut.-e ta t... .. j,,,,,,. ,
vantago in a,.m of tha W.-1I known
rt linn hi in lit. repertoire.
TIicjm., Iwnnvvr, do tint ittitatume hi
athJ a a, - a k .
'"' l eollcloM ,hu b
.l ! minimum, It I further
WJoomimUd thai ,rvUlu0
wmtr th, 9W pjty hlr f,. ,,,,
h wtHfci,,. o , Um ,
U 'lmw will be protected - Tti
rnrl TT"'11"" ndd f,lr
fcawd ing ( jUUn, alt!,,,
rnrla, Jan. I. -In th Victor Hugo
museum her which was reopened the
ther day .after having remained cloned
during the war. I a prophecy In the
Poet handwriting declaring:
"I repreaent a party which doe t,.,
t exist the revolution, civilization
party; this party will make the twen
v-irst or ail w emerire
ine i nnen Htatcs of Kurop and then
th l?nlted gtnte of the World."
The flint ItnnfHteak
Kliiiullke sold fur $41
Th aiiiulli-at honey bee In the
eorld itto round In the Kaat Indie.
GIIERRIANS LAV PLAN
at lively mm
Th Kin, Cberriiin. .( an emhui.
k buatiiew menitng t 0u1.
Hwrviki cib Friday mght, reviewed
" d o,,.hmem of
Uw MCniaiu.n during ih. p
? t ...nciputt
y lb t lt.iri.ua fu e,JH. 4H
Th regular M.run wtll b. hal.t on
lb irw luet.) , w k j
lt arranged, Clwrie R Know I.,
-vi-wnim ji,Ht of h enter.
Uiu.t cnm,i,ta for th vb,o.,y
KMt Ming C M Clan, y. e,y,ded by
the '.'. .. ai i-r.lt to ...emb..
Iw woikiiig lor fi.li kiiaH,t.u . . ,.
,& "'r wted unanimous! ,
" ,,""""" w!Su
" d tH-ai of the
hrtar rtouid they ,.rry
tey, fro, IVm-U.I.
CfcrtMitiaa tKw vntmltiM
.wntHuuonicii rsr it gowt wwk
Zr. : . V "y .. wu.a tn
ZVT T 4 at a
vn 4 ,,,,,, t
lh Lai .iatnt .lii... ...
. ;, ' lCMl,tirJ (
s.tIT"' l hrr, ur.cu Of
waiter aatre was glv
ni.lwuua ,! it wa c4 ifc.,
hh ln clearing up B niitn.
tit th rlar uuntt
lvlJl f o ajwtlaS proj-t.
Tk 8t Helen Cooperative Cnum
rjr aoiaUon has purchased a lot
tbo watorfmnt and rctel a -twi
building It , cwt of '. rba
wMnaiion t eompoawd
an aniciic mt i,i.
From th f,re tat aiti.l.
e.ifwa pa ,tf hi, ,
the eiiuftttt, on,! i,,flti t,.mt,., ,.,,
MUireJ in the rendition of an ht,), ov,
ng or lullaby i. ,KB ylllr WB
llltitl U,c capacltttle of Mr t Irttul a
ti. e Ilia nt,IM, nuinbet are i li,..
bnllatla . My Wild ln.it u
VM,1 l ( f Mlna." "Mother Ma.
'.' "Fur Vou Alone," "When
u and I Were uun M .-..i.. -i
r luu t alltn Ai " -m..,!.' ...
-"'. ii r lower Could
man, Ke Aid
ttiet. U.ig. u,,,,!
-4io ir Wine "
For arlly and t.Uit. o,. .,
lia lo b attim by h Ah.1I club will
eul oi pihp uiis am- ,( Xht
club previou. p.v..an, The mar
l!l. lit. I l-.mixe, th JuiUby and ,,
"""'"" r " lprwnU and.
HhoiAt a doubt, will t- UUall ..i,
t .rd J ,h .pnj,4 .i,!, f
I upila of lb piano, who pH
.... raiavri, m he at!.;,...! ,a
to Ur lUmt. Wilt gratifrd U ilr
that Ijp ar Jtua.n. a,-.H,. ...
Mr. Iliv4. will lender ik.Io aa one of
,'iaiu numiHMw Mr, jen., tt
: UU t a it,.!M u( Bv,, ,
Wlih f)i.l. 4 tritliacy
"tiar ( ikaumr"..
Al""""- and A null Club
a, Haa- Abi tv,h-Ht
Mar ilva iiocoH.tt
Advertlalng hue bti-n In vouue only
llttl more than two ccnturita.
themselve to be exceptionally talent
ed, among them being Maxlne Glov
er, Margaret Stelner, Frances Martin,
Arthur Fisher, Henlta Kdwards, Hel
en Ashelmun, Elbert Lachalle and
Donald Allison. Mr. Denton will pre
sent her more advanced pupils In
private recital next week,
Tha program waa:
Santa Clays Guard Krogman
Light Mind . Uehr
A Munch of Daisies
Muy Zephyrs ...
Evening Song Crecnwald
laying Tag Williams
Here Comes the Khaki Hoys ... Cramm
Jingle Hells ,. Lawson
A Morning (lollop Cramm
A JiliiHh Rose ..... l.lcurnnce
Japanese Lanterns , Kam
The Mrook In the Wood .... Wenzel
Dunce of the Kewpics
The Swan Song rt;ll,1u-ln
The Chimes of Normandy .... Lawson
v Irgtnia Htrger
Origin of Dixie Land
' Poiuild Allison
Orlcln of MarselllaisA Hvmn
WooiHand R.ivrla TCent
The first year book was published
by Rabelais in 1533.
The Amazon river drains
of 2,600.000 square miles.
Oood ambergris is worth more than
twice its weight ln gold.
ti i-ab Um. H.rrs. n
U4 l.ug l;(Uiit4 w4
Ct..j-u of Hetumiftg tntgrtnta
U .... . . ' ""'
...... . jaajtt. r. ,. UkM...
Mr. Inn mm i.
Huab a ts Ma It.h,
. I1 VJwirie lb I
11 Tht Kir ad f m "
- I'VlSt UH I I a. ...a .
u 1 Hat Call . .,......,. ..w.i
Kteiiiw pf. k u.
Avattny Atsitto Claw. "
"CRN THE DEAD COMMUNI
CATE WITH THE LIVING?"
Tho Scriptures expressly show that at
... "vr l"v v""'tt kc ue time we are
living in) the fallen angels would not be held
under restraint, but gradually be relaxed and
as the Millennial Day draws near it is not
surprising to note that these wicked spirits
have greater liberties than ever before
The Apostle points out that in the end
of this age the Lord will send, or permit to
come upon Christendom "strong delusions "
that they may believe a liethat thev all
may bo condemned. That blasphemoumis
ivprvsentation of God's word is one of the de
vices of these wicked spirits, by which thev
would drive men away from God, by which
they would blind men to His ical character.
b. II. I outjum, noted Armenian lecturer,
and refugn who escaped the Turkish mas
sacres and who now sees a solution of the
VO-!tf-Wli!. lmr.wi I .
. Vr; m. , "l -viure on me aoove
What have you to sell
Best Prices Paid
W. E. Lucas
Ferry and Liberty Sts.
Of Importance to
The Republic Rubber Co., for whom we are Dis
tributors wired us January 8th, as follows: "Prices
of Republic Tires and Tubes advance, this date, V. a t
per cent with war tax added. Notify all your dealers
to this effect."
We have decided to place this advance January
15th, and give the public the advantage of buying
Republic Tires and Tubes at the old price.
This means a saving to you of
Remember that Republic Tires are adjusted on
a 6000 mile basis for Fabric and 10,000 miles on
The advance will go on January 15th. and we t
aavise you to iook your tires over and if you need a t
new tire, or a full set to take advantage of this offer, t
We do our own adjusting on Republic Tires and t
Ml TWiKrtl.i-iO rt rt nlnrniTn liknul '
v4 uiiivo xi c always iiucrai.
We are the only distributors of tires, that we
know of, that make adjustments on STONE
We honestly believe in Republic Tires and will t
pusiuveiy maite our claims good.
Salem Automobile Co.
F .G. Delano
A. I. Eoff
TIIE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL "WANT" ADS PAY
CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ADS BRING RESULTS
cui-jrvu i ins let-iure win interest you wheth
t'r church mcmlwr or not, Jew or Gentile
just or unjust He has lectured in nrinciule
cities of the United St .i " LnV.r'!
..... .4v un,n;
Every living soul wants to know what
o ,uco unrest m the world today.
iVe if it is caused by "fallen angels," enter
ing mens hearts, if SiY vhn o.J W.k...
, mu, llllW U I
at a .
Tn-, iv i .
S at the ' 1 UR mtrai Hear
MOOSE HAIL MONDAY, JAN. 11 "
::50 p. m.
t'twrat a tit.
? . 1
k,r ' ' 1
To buy a NEW Overcoat at the OLD
price . We have just received a delayed
Which we ordered for Fall delivery. vWe
are offering these fine garments at last
Fall's price which is LESS THAN PRES
ENT WHOLESLE VALUE.
the price we are asking pay to buy a Goat f next winter at
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S
344 State Street
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