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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920.
UNCLE SAIiABOUT :STP TO GET BOXING
mNHiOTvniiDl COMMISSION TAKEN
How much have you earned?
Better find out for it i time to pay
uur Income tax again.
Like Christina shopping the gov
ernment is urging you to "come
varly" that Is, earner than March 15
the income tax law provides sever?
penalties for failure to pay the tax
before or on that date.
For Marlon county Income taxes
murtt b paid to the Income Tax Col
lector, Custom House, Portland.
All tax payers nre U(ged to make
out their returns at once, so they'll
bo ready when the deputy
For the purpose of assisting tax
piivors of Marion county to make up
t.ieir income tax return for 191. Dep
uty Collectors Collins and Gayot from
the internal revenue office will be at
'the following named places on the
dates given below:
Mill City, Jan. 26 and 27.
Htayton Jan. 2S and 29.
Turner Jan. 30 and 31.
Jefferson Jan. 30 and SI.
Woodburn Feb. 2 to 4th Inclusive.
Silverton Feb. 9 to 11 Inclusive..
Salem Feb. 12 to 21 inclusive and
March 9 to 15 Inclusive.
Get licenses Early
To date, 100 hunting permits. 32
combination hunting and ansling H-
' censes, 7 angler's permits and i plo-
neers' and civil war veterans' licenses
A synopsis of the sitae law govern-1 have been Issued In Salem this year.
ins; the institution and control of mn-jThe mid-winter term of circuit court
niclpal boxing commissions in cities In! brings many out-to-town residents to
Oregon was prepared and sent to thejsalem and many of these take advan
council committee on health and police ,tage of this opportunity to "shop early
Friday by City Attorney liert Macy. 'and avoid the rush" in the matter of
This is the first step to be taken here , securing game permits. Licenses have
for the establishment of a boxing com
At the last meeting of the council
petition signed by about ISO citizen
asking that a boxing commission be es
labliNhed here was read. The police
coniti-ittee and City Attorney Mau,
was Instructed to prepare a report on
tl e matter for submission at the n-xt
meeting. This synopsis made by Mr.
Jii cy will shape the report.
air. aiaey is strongly in fa 'or of a
bxinr commission here, and ev;'Rp,l
collector th, hope tnHt ,he nmyor be jnstruL-ted
to I'ppolnt the commission.
been issued recently to the following in
the designated forms:
Combination pioneers and civil war
vetera'ns' J. N. Spaife, Salem, and C.
3L Walker, Newport. .
Hunting licenses Millard M. Hook
er, Detroit: II. W. Myers, Salem.
Combination hunting and fishing
Norman Holds, Gervais; O. D. Bower,
L. L. Conny, Albert Keeper and James
One angler's 'permit was made out
Thursday to J. M. Hamilton of Salem.
OfKindlv Word Bib
FARM LOAN IN DO
f As a direct Rflennntli of the alleged
kidnapping of Marvel Hill, 14, by her
f.itlier, Kdwarri L. Hill, Catherine Hill
filed divorce proceedings Friday in the
office of the county clerk for Marion.
Mis. Hill accuses her husband of non
support and of cruel and Inhuman con
sideration. The couple were married In Wiscon
sin, November 10, 1903, nnd have lived
In Marlon county for the past eight
years. Mrs. Hill claims that she has
been the main contributor to the sup
port of herself and daughter rtjirlng
the past five years, and that It became
necessary for her to resort to legal pro
cesses before Hill would donate $15
per month for Marvel's maintenance;
this he Is Bald to have reliictnnlly done
until July, 1919, when even this mea
gre allowance was stopped by Hill.
On January 4 1920, Hill is accused
by his wife of having ejitered their
home during her absence and taking
clothing belonging to the little girl.
Then Hill Is said to have went to the
Hi hool which she was attending and to
have spirited her away.
Mrs. Hill states In her complaint
that she has received Information that
Marvel is bMng held nt a certain ve
lligous school In Marlon county. The
mother slales that she applied to this
school for confirmation of this report
nnd that the nuthorliles In charge of
this Institution "Indignantly and abus
ively" refused to admit any knowledge
of (lie gill's whore iilmut. Mrs. Hill
stutes that she was Informed at this
school that she would have to secure
the consent of Mr. Hill before the
could see her daughter.
The petitioner asks for an absolute
decree of divorce nnd for ullownnces
ponding litigation. In the final settle
ment, Mrs. Hill iiskn that she be award
ed the ownership of two-thirds of a
parcel of property valued nt 15000 and
situated In Marlon county.
Qrinaby Young Man Cancer
Victim; Funeral Saturday
Dewey Hicketts. 21. following a lonr
illness caused from cancer, died at hlsi
home in Quinaby Friday. The funeral
was held at the chapel of the AVebb &
&Clough undertaking company at 2
o clock Saturday, Rev. Lovell, of t jt
Rvangelioal church, In charge. Hurial
was in the Klaggett cemetery, near
Mr. Klckctt is survived by his moth
er, Mrs. Lizzie Rickets; four brothers.
Charles, Jesse and Oeorge of Quinaby,
and William, residing in Oklahoma;
nnd five sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Weist,
Mrs. Kmma Penny, Mrs. Effie Jacobs
and Mrs. Sallle Tieadwuy, residing
near Salem, and Mrs. Lucy Corbett,
whose home Is in Oklahoma.
OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT
GOVERNOR AGAIN BOSS
UP BEFORE SENATORS
(Continued from page one)
"Kind words will never die."
They taught it in school; It's the
keynote of the Sunday school teacher's
lessons. But they neglected to gay that
the effect of kind words will produce
will not flit Into oblivion.
Friday Chief of Police Varney came
to his office high in spirits. It was
evident that his wife or somebody
At the annual meting of the Mailan
Pcik County National Farm Loan as
sociation of Marion and Polk counties
r.e-e January 13. the report of V. B.
Fn 1th, secretary-treasurer, siiowod
that during the two and a half years
sit.ee the association was organ''.? t to
handle federal farm loan the sum of
along the route to his office, had pass- $21.000 ot government ........ .....
been loaned to ine mtmutu, ...... ......
ber To. None of the membe.-s has de
faulted In the payment of Inte-e&t.
Directors chosen are: L. P. Hopkins,
A L. Collins. T. J. Clark. E. A. Anfirmc
Business Men To Take Tour
Of Plant Inspection Monday
A trade tour, to some manufacturing
plant In the city, will be taken by busi
ness men Monday who gather at the
Commercial club for their regular
weekly luncheon. Two weeks of each
month speakers talk to the business
men and the other two Mondays are
devoted to trade tours following the
The place where the men will go was
not divulged Saturday. Business men
with nutos are asked to bring the ma
chines and nssist in taking their fellow
business men to the plants.
About 125 couples attended the
American Legion dance In the ar
mory Friday evening, nnd a sum of
$215 was realised for the local post.
Chief Justice James Mcltrlde gave a
short address during the cnurso of the
evening, voicing his Opinion on the
American Legion nnd the object of
Salem Conquers Eugene;
Score 21-18; Many Fouls
Defeating Eugene high srhool by u
score of 21 to 18, the Salem high Quin
tet participated In one of tho most ex
citing games of the basketball season
at the high school gym Friday night.
The game was replete with careless
playB. The check up of fouls left
nothing for either side to boast of. Sa
lem excelled in basket shots, Schae!
and Clill doing good work hero. While
Eugene's Wlskot work was poor, their
aggressive tactics kept the Salem team
on their toes nnd caused continual up
roar among the spectators, a capacity
crowd being In attendance.
Sclmofor F Moores
M- V Luckey
t C West
A' f'11' O Hryson
A""1' G Brown
Jon a page
Many complaints of a tribe of
gypsies being in the city and fright
ening women nnd children resulted
Saturday in polled driving the un
welcome nomads from the city. Thev
wandered to the southern outskirts of
I he city and made their camp there.
They claimed they were bound to
California. While here they attempted
to tell fortunes.
the event of the office should be creat
ed, would take place at the general
election In 1923.
The lieutenant governor would be
president of the senate with power to
vote only in the case of a tie, and
would receive compensation at the rate
of ten dollars per day.
"That after the year of 1920 a lie
utenant governor shall be elected at
the same time and place, and In the
same manner as the governor, nnd his
term of office nnd his qualifications
shall be the same. The lieutenant gov
ernor shall be president of the senate,
but shall only have a vote therein
when the senate shall be equally di
vided and shall receive as compensa
tion only while so serving as president
of the senate the sum of ten dollars per
"In case of the failure to qualify, the
impeachment or conviction of treason,
felony or other Infamous crime of the
governor, or his death, removal from
office, resignation or absence from the
state, the powers, duties and emolu
ments of the office for the remainder
of the term, or until the disability shall
cease, shall devolve upon and be vest
ed In the lieutenant governor.
"If during a vacancy in thf office of
governor ,the Ueutennnt governor shall
be Impeached, displaced, resign, die of
become Incapable of performing the
duties of the office, or be absent from
the state,, the president protempore of
the senate shall act as governor until
the vacancy be filled or the disability
If passed by the legislature the meas
use will be placed on the ballot at the
ed on the kind word.
Things at the office were good; his
spirits, continued on an etheral plain.
But they soared when an old Indian
woman, portly and jovial, entered his
office. She was a phrenologist and was
seeking permission to read heads in
this city. She casually surveyed Chief
"Ugh, little papoose chief!"
The chief straightened up.
"Got smart looking head!"
The dusky woman was squinting,
and she nodded her head decisively.
As the chief said after she had left
the office. He was '"strolling on the
clouds" his spirits, bailoon-likc, ris
"You're a, big stiff, !??!&$ fr V
It was L. Gavigan yelling from his
cell. He isn't fond of the chief.
Chief Varney's face changed. His
shoulders drooped The Kind Word
Fairy withdrew her wand. And, f.-o n
Ul"earances, she didn't toujh him
wdh it again alj day.
U. S. Grant, recently elected presi
dent pf the National Mohair Growers'
association, has been elected mayor
MEMBERS OF NEW FISH
AND GAME COMMITTEE
(Continued from page one)
?vul F. C. Ewing. Officers as lotlo.vs:
I. P 1 opkins. president; A. L. Col iw.
yve pvts'nent; W. D. Smith, ie.r-taiy-tveasurer:
T. J. Clark, E. A. A.iVan.:
and F. C. Ewing, loan committee.
members and re-instating them in the
new commission us a vindication of
their four year regime.
Under the new commission, game
Interests will be looked after by a com
mission of five composed of I. N.
Flelschner of Portland, representing
district No. 1 for G years; Marlon F.
Jack of Pendleton, representing dis
trict No. 2 for 5 years, east of Cas
cades; Earl C. Simmons of Eugene,
distrt No. 1, three years term; Sena
tor John Gill of Portland, district No.
1 for three years, and C. F. Stone of
Klamath Falls, district No. 2 for orje
year. The new members are Messrs.
Simmons and Gill.
The cornmerclal fishing interests
will be looked after by Frank M. War
ren of Portland, member of the present
commission, who has the 5-year term;
Christian F. Schmidt of Astoria, the
three-year term, and Charles Hall of
Marshfield, the one-year term.
All of the members of the commis
sion are prominent business men and
represent various parts of the state.
Warren and Schmidt are prominent
cannerymen. and Hall is president of
the State Chamber of Commerce, a
bank president and leading business
man of Coos Bay region, not indenti
fied with fishing interests. Flelschner
Is a Portland wholesale merchant, Jack
a merchant of Pendleton, Simmons
was born and reared in Salem and Is
in business in Eugene, Gill is state sen
ator and a member of a large Portland
business house, Stone Is a prominent
attorney who has been a member of
the commission since its organization
All members of the old commission
were unanimously elected. Schmidt
and Gill were nominated for the three-
year term on the commercial board,
Schmidt winning by a vote or 54 to 30.
Hall received the unanimous vote for
the oi?-year term. Sinmons easily de
feated Wllford Allen of Giants Tass
for the three-year term in the game
commission, and Gill received 45 to 35
I votes cast for Walter Backus of Port
land for the three-year term at mri
Gill's election broke the "slate" pre
sented by the caucus, which otherwise
went through without a hitch, and
gives the element opposing the old
commission a representation.
The ninth commissioner Is to be
elected at the meeting of the commis
sion the first Monday in March, who
is to be independent and not identified
with either game or commercial inter
ests, and to preside as chairman and
act as arbiter in case of dispute. E. V.
Carter of Ashland, former speaker of
the house. Is reported as the man likely
to be selected.
When the voting began. Senator
Thomas, rising to a question of per
sonal privilege declared that the bill
was Inefficient and that he refused to
stultify himself to gratify the weakness
of the executive who did not wish to
function, and perform the governor's
duies of choosing a commission and
asked to be excused from voting. Sub
sequently Senator Pierce and Repre
sentative Dennis also asked to be ex
cused from voting.
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nificance of world of bol.h..
She asserted it wa,?
nunurea years old and meant ,Z '
mately a brotherhood with
ance of all governments and hp
equality among all citizens ud
vision of all clothing, suppiie, '
Eoisnevism or n,v kin
MIXUTE MAN SIX
Is upholstered with the
finest quality of hair and
felt over double coiled
springs, covered with
semt-biight, long grained
black leather, French
pleated in soft folds.
Double acting outside
, coach handles. 24 coats
of hand applied paint.
THE B. & C. MOTOR CO.
178 South Commercial Street
American nor German sort,"
can never oe suppressed."
Berkman is under .
for an American monthly pubii
a series of articles about formeS
lean prison, wardens, among
Thomas Mott Osborne. He T
a number of Russian sketches, he at
According to the report for in.
21.7 per cent of the marriage, '
ion county end in divorces. dJ
the year 184 marriage licenw, 2
issued and 40 divorces granted
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
usical Comedy Co.
In Rapid FirS Musical Comedies
Pretty Girls! Gorgeous Costumes! Funny Comedians!
Soldiers Preferred 99
These words, in bold type, are framed in the
employment offices of some of the greatest con
cerns in this land. Behind them is not only
patriotism but good business. A soldier or a
sailor is a trained man. He knows the value of
discipline; he knows what it means to carry out
his "mission." He is the man for you, Mr. Em
ployer. You can rely on him. You can get him
quickest through a Want Ad in this newspaper.
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Want Ads like these bring Employer and
Employee together quickly and inexpensively.
Read and Use the Want Ada in
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
of Leather Rockets and Easy Chairs
Gen. L. Rocker, regular $55.00 now .$ 44,00
Brown rocker, regular $34.00, now J 2700
Brown rocker, regular $45.00, now $ 36,00
Gen. L. Kocker, regular $72.50, now $ 5g5Q
thair, regular $75.00, how J (JQ.OO
Davenport, regular $175.00, now --$150.00
Chair, regular $55.00, now ....J 44
Rocker, regular $65.00, now V) Afl
JUST THROUGH INVOICING AND FIND WE HAVE
TOO MANY LARGE LEATHER CHAIRS AND ROCK
ERS. THEREFORE WE ARE OFFERING ALL OUR
OVERSTUFFED LEATHER PIECES AT GREATLY
Craft Rocker, regular $26.50, now ... 2 50
B. Rocker, regular $36.00, now ........$ 29 00
B. Rocker, regular $45.00, now j 34 QQ
r.ucKer, regular $Y.oU, now
regular $60.00, no w $
Ti 1 1 .
KocKer, regular 4o.00, now . J 34 00
Rocker, regular $20.00, now J Jg 00
Rocker, regular $19.50, now .......J JgjJQ
. L. Rocker, regular $75.00, now J gQ 00
L. Rocker, regular $67.50, now $ 540
TRADE IN YOUR OLD FURNITURE
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