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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920.
SYSTEM SAVED BY
BALLOT IN SENATE
Portland cltr soninir system was
aared by ths senat Friday afternoon
when an adverse committee report on
Kepresentatlv Hoaford's attempt to
repeal the sonlng lair was sustained
fcjr a vote of II to .
Senator Farrell who led the attack
gainst the zoning system and in de
fease of the Hosford bill admitted
that personally he stood to benefit by
the maintenance of the system but
that It was nut in the interest of the
mall home owner of the city and the
"little fellow" who did not chance to
"stand in" with the city planning
commission. The people would favor
the abolishment of the system, h
Insisted. If left to their action.
Senator Orton Joined with Senator
Farrell la declaring that the sonlnv
system was in the Interest of the "big
business Interests" and not in the in
terest of the small home owner. "In
order to get a hearing before the com
mission yoa must hire a lawyer," he
declared doubting much whether even
that would Insure success inasmuch
the "cards are stacked against
Senator Moser spoke In defense of
the system and In opposition to the
Hosford bill. Only the real estate men
who stood to lone a commission oncd
In a while because they could not sell
a piece of property in some district
because of the restrictions imposed,
were opposed to the system. His plea
for another year's trial of the system
as Instituted In the city of Portland,
backed by a pocketful of telegrams
ana letters from prominent citizens of
the metropolis found favor in the Ben-ate.
bill REGULATING j
SUCCESSORSHI P TO
The senate by unanimous rote Frl
dav night passed the senate Joint reso
lution introduced by Senators Moser
and Danks submitting to a vote of the
people the question of succession to
the governorship in the event of a va
cancy in that office. The resolution
would bar the secretary of state from
succeeding to the governorship except
to perform ths duties of the office un
til a governor can be elected at the
next general election.
Only four senators voted against the
house Joint resolution increasing the
limit to which the state can be bond
ed for road purposes from two to four
per cent The measure will be placed
on the ballot at the May election for
a vote by the people of the state.
By C. A. DAVIDSON'
(Director of Music for Salem Schools)
THE APOLLO CUB COXCElf. Evan Williams and Caruso. And no
The concert at the Armory last; doubt but that the future will find Mr.
Tuesday evening was a success In every j Hand occupying a place along with
of the program were the piano nuiu- thought of the same masterpiece as j ladies wore received informally bv v
Langenberg at his studio, and
taking stunts were carried out by
wnti-u .ur. jiana ana Mr. Jensen
"initiated". GoodfellnK-ch;.. ... . . .
and as tie guests departed, each muvi
have thought, "How much, aiack, aa
inr,, ,., ., i ueiignt them,
selves in music."
way, and was enjoyea Dy caiiauij
audience. Those w ho have beard pre
vious programs given by the club
agree that it Is improving steadily un
der Mr. Todd's baton, and that this
was its best effort to date.
If a vote could have been taken at
these men In the favor of he nation.
Many expressions and comparisons
were heard concerning him, some
classifying his voice as tenor robustu
like Caruso; and ethers as a lyric tenor
such as McCormack. To my mind the
former is more apropos. It is a matter
bers by Mr. Jensen. At every cinserva-'
tory in the country one may bmr t
Minkowsky's Yalse in K major trip-'
ping over the piano under the finsrers
of some of the girls, but they do nut
all play it with the same accuracy and
finish that Mr. Jensen exhibited. In
his first encore. The Turkish march by
Bethoven-Tausig cne subconsciously
i..,-e.i recently by Miss Ilyrd. Her;
wrist touch was more elastic and her ;
i.hiiisinir more marked the ear i
,uri if her teacher. Carreno, while'j
Mr. Jensen's touch was slightly heav-j
ier, altho the decresendo at the close
was excellent. "He's an artist too," !
someone said, and he was right '
After the concert tne ciuo ana ineir
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A demand on Governor Olcott to
resign from the office he occupies, so
that his successor may be elected at
th next general election, Is one of the
measures submitted to the senate last
night. The resolution asking for the
resolution is a round robin affair,
bearing the names of Senators Mosor,
Wanks, Howell and Thomas.
Another plan undor consideration
by the senate Judiciary committee la
a resurroetlon of the old and oft de
feated lieutenant governor amend
ment to the constitution. Still a third
measure dealing with succession to
th governorship Is the amendment to
tha constitution draftod bv Attorney
" The Eye is the most delicate and the
most sensitive of our senses, yot the
most neglected. Many headaches and
nervous breakdowns come 51reotly
from muscular troubles of the Kya.
Properly Fitted Classes
relieve muscular strains and the sooner
applied, (he better. We aro on the
altrt for defective Kyes.
Wft TAKK EVEHY
DR. A. R. MILLER
Eyo Sight Specialist
Salem PHONR 341 Oregon
Charter No, 0021
REPORT' 01? CONDITION OF THE
United States National Bank
At Salem In the State of Oregon at the close of business on December 31 1919
, KKMOUIU'KM. .
Loans and discounts, Including rediscounts (ex
cept those shown In b and c) $801 406 GZ
Total loans .'..ISOI.Wm ' 801,406.57
Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, 13, 687. 89 3 gg7 gg
II. 8. (lov't securities owned
IJuposlted to secure circulation (U. 8, bonds
par value) : 31,000.00
I'ledged as collateral fof state or other deposits
or bills payable 89,000.00
Owned and unpledged 221,(500.00
War savings certificates and thrift stamps ac
tually owned 1 019.76
Total V. 8. government securities ' t4?Ki0 7
Other bonds, securities, etc .l".Ts
Honda (other than U. 8. bonds) pledged to se
cure postal savings dtposlts 29 262 50
Itonds and securities (othor than U. 8. securities)
, pledged as collateral for stnte or other de
posits (postal excluded) or bills payable 61,555.76
Securities, other than U. S. bonds (not Includ
ing stocks), owned nnd unpledged 327, 640.
Tolal bonds, securities, etc., other than II. S. 41S 464 74
Block of federal reserve bank (50 per cent of ' '
subscription) 6 000 00
Value of banking house, owned und unincum.
wwT'1 "V";;. " H0.000.00 140,000.00
Furniture and fixtures 12 SH4 70
Heal estate owned other than banking house....'.'.'.' " 8 331 61
Lawful reserve with federal reserve bank 105'26'so
Cash In vault and net amounts due from na
tional banks 888B1157
Not amounts due from banks, bankers, anif trust '
companies (other than Included in Items 12
Checks on other banks In the same city or town
as reporting bank (other than Item 16). .. 14 7in 3
Total of Items 13, 14. IB, 16. and 17 S06 373 65
Checks on banks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and othsr cash Items ss7
Redemption fund with U. 8. treasurer and due
from U. 8. treasurer ,
Other assets, if y
TU,M - ..12,169,349.41
Capital stock paid In . ........
l?" current expenses. Interest, and taxes paid 23.832.43 14 277 B2
Circulating notes outstanding I9 200 OO
Net amounts due to national banks n'002'77
Net amounts due to banks, bankers and trust
companies (other than Included In Items
" r SI 849 m
Cnrtlfled checks outstanding 19351
Cashier's cheeks on own bank outstanding.. a .as 58
Total of Items SO, 81, 32, and 33 54 709 67
Individual deposits subject to check ' 931798 71
Certificates of deposit due lit less than 30 days
(other than for money borrowed) 4 6"8 56
Btata, eounly, or other municipal deposits ' " '
cured by pledge of assets of this bank Ui Ala 20
Total of demand deposits (other than bank
deposits) subject to reserve, Items 34 35
- 31 - " s ' ' 1,105,837.47
Certificates of depoiit (other than for money
IMatal savings deposits Z7" ni, JJ
Other time deposits . 64S 528 SI
, Total of time deposits subject to reserve.
Items 40. 41, 43 and 43 754,732 80
Liabilities other than those above stated 10 (al 5
J"'a' " "V " " -.$2,169,349.41
Btate of Oregon, county of Marlon, ss,
... . 'VE' HmrA- "'' ' he above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement la true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
.,,, . E. W. HAZARD. Cashier. '
Subscribed and sworn o before) m this 16th day of January, 1920.
W. E, KEYES, Notary Public.
My commission expires May 1, 1921.
! CO RR EOT Attest:
the:lose of the program as to which j of common knowledge that almost any
number was most populor, there would j man may sing high B flat in a whls
have been as many opinions as therslpering falsetto, and with the proper
were selections rendered. Many thot j training may develop a certain amount
Land Sighting of Grieg's the best of of volume, but It is not ever" man who
all, possibly partly on account of the can sing B flat with a properly placed
many unison passages and the dra- tone and at the same time enough vol
matic nature of the accompaniment, ume to fill a good sized auditorium j
Many were pleased most by the rollick- and half of 'all-out-doors."
ing Estudiantina, which danced along 1 Mr. Hand did some beautiful tone I
will such ginger and vivacity that It's
repetition as an encore was demanded.
coloring In his second number Vestl La
Giubba from the opera Pagliacci ana
Evenbody liked the Missouri waltx In a number of Irish ballads, such as
lullaby and D Coppah Moon, which! Mother Machree and My Wild Irish
were examples 01 tne sootning, unpre-j Rose, which were graciously offered
tentlous, simple melodies and har
monics which strike the heart strings I
of the world.
About 250 associate memberships
were sold, as Judge Burnett remarked j
in his pithy little address, and this not '
only places the club on a firm business !
footing, but also proves the cumula- i
tive interest in music among the people i
of Salem. - J
Perhaps the greatest surprise of the
evening was when the club gave the !
audience not the "glad hand" but John
Hand. Mr. Hand has had glowing noti-'
ces, from different parts of the eou-1
try, and so a great deal was expected
of him. But the most sanguine expec
tations were not only met but sur
passed. No sooner had the singer laun
ched out a few measures Into the popu
lar aria, Cello e Mar from the opera,
La Gloconda, than we realized the
presence of a rare personality and a
voice of wonderful quality. But when
the climax was reached, and the high
B flat rang out not only with the
same charming quality, but also wi;li
a marvelous and compelling volume,
we began tothlnk of John McCormlck,
By no means the least pleasing part
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