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TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1920.
All Ground Town
ford where they will spend the r
uwinder ot the winter. The trip is be
ing made for the benefit of Mr.
Jones, who is in ill health.
Jlia. ;gMcKinley day pro-
. UpTnrnack halL
FJan. 2 Kotary club lunch
1 at Hotel Marion. Noon.
j,,, 3oBusiness and Pro-
inional Women's club meet
I ,t commercial club.
i Jan. 39 Meeting of Pro-
fe-ional and Business Wo
X mTs club.
jvb 3 Business Men's
hncheon at Commercial club,
Noon. , '
Feb i- Business Men s
jsncheon at Commercial club.
"pjo, 4 Lecture at library
f to Dr. F. A. Masruder.
jreb. H Marion County
Children's bureau clinie at
I Feb. 10-14 Y. W. C. A.
I campaign in Salem.
,ve, watchmaker. Jeweler. Salem.
Udy'cook wanted. Grey-Belle. 23
dark Schmidt of Fossil was a bus
,, visitor in Salem Tuesday.
Dance Wednesday night. Moose
Lady cook wanted. Grey-Belle. S3
Miss Freida Toung. 435 North Com
mercial street, spent Tuesday as the
guest of relatives and friends in t
The Lady Maccabees will hold a
card party at McCarnark ball Wed
nesday evening. An invitation is ex
tended to all who would enjoy an
evehing at cards, to attend.
Charles E. Kowdv. IS. who ha. h
receiving treatment at a local hospital
urea Aionaay. He was from Portland,
and t V. & luJ. . . . . . .
, i uvj neui men uv me
Lady cook wanted. Grey-Bella. JJ Rigdon ft Son company for burial.
son estate, which consists of property
valued at $1000. Heirs and nearest
kin are: Lu McCarthy, sister si
! Vancouver, Wn; N. J. Hudelson, (1,
ancouver: A. Hudelson. hmth
59. Lebanon: Drusella, 44, sister, Al
bany; Bertna Kmitn, 43, Albany; M.
F. Jennings,,- Portland; Merrill Jen
nings, !8. residence unknown. As
appraisers of the property, Fred Gra
ver, Charles Reed and T. T. Stock
dale were named.
Rigdon eomoanv. Inurm- hiai
directors, Superior aervic. Moderate
Pres Wood, formerly nf Hi.n
Prairie but who now operates a large
farm in Washington, was a Salem
Truckmen's dance tomorrow nlirht.
Wednesday, union hall. J4
The. G. A. R. will be guests of hon
or at a patriotic program commemo
rating the birth anniversary of Wil
liam McKinley, Wednesday January
it, at z p. m. in McCornack hall.
Baby chick 55S State. Tel. 400. 21
Mr and Mrs. C. M. Lockwood of
Enterprise are the guests of friends
in Salem for a few days.
Truckmen's dance tomorrow night,
Wednesday, union hall. 24
If you want a Ford roadster body
cheap call at Liberty Garage, Ferry
street ' 23
g. K. Piaseckl of Dallas was In Sa
les Tuesday on legal business. Mr.
Rueckl is district attorney for Polk
See Dr. Mendelsohn about vour
eyes and glasses and save time,
trouble and money. 211-212 Oregon
bldg. (formerly Hubbard bldg.) 25
The regular weekly meetlner of th
Salem Rotary club will be held at
Hotel Marlon Wednesday noon, with
the delegates to the convention here
of the Oregon state association of
federal farm loan associations as
Lloyd Rigdon of th nndHtnkim
firm ot Rigdon & Son, is expected to
return from Portland Tuesday night
Mr. Rigdon went to the metropolis to
transact business for the firm.
The entrance by thieves to the base
ment ot the state blind school and the
theft of a white handled razor from
the pocket of a coat hanging in the
basement was reported to police Mon
day night by O. Hare, in charge of the
Until February 1, when he assumes
the duties of state parole officer,
Percy M. Varney, former chief of Sa
lem's police, is spending the most of
his time on his farm in Yamhill coun
ty, and is getting a much needed rest.
Mr. Varney has received a letter, ex
pressing the regret of the department
that he resigned, and carrying the
signatures of all the officers, that he
Dance Wednesday night, Moose
Baby chicks. 558 State. Tel. 400. 27
"Tin! RIGHT TO
LAST TIMES TONIGHT
Owing to improper addressing, a
two pound box ot candy, bearing a
Salem post mark, has been held up
in the post office of Gardener, Flori
da, according to a letter received
Monday by Postmaster Huckestein.
The package, part of the holiday mail,
has been there since the Christmas
season, and if the sender desires it to
reach it's Intended destination, he
should send the correct address immediately.
The regular meeting of Chemeketa
chapter. Daughters of the American
Revolution, was postponed last week
on account of the organization of
Yamhill chapter at McMinnville on
the 24th, which was attended by sev
eral members from Salem. The Janu
ary meeting of Chemeketa chapter
will be held Saturday afternoon of
this week at the home of Mrs. H. M.
Styles, 859 Center street. Delegates
will be elected to the state conference
which is to be held In Albany on
March 5 and 6, and the proposed re
vised state by-laws will be presented
The lecture course at the library
will continue through February and
March, every Wednesday evening.
The general subjects tor the lectures
will be "Americanization and "The
industrial problem." Among the dis
tinguished persona who will speak
during the course are Judge Wallace
McCamant of Portland, formerly of
the supreme court: Rev. Edwin O'-
Hara ot Portland, William Valvani of
Portland and Representative Eugene
Smith The college of music ot Wil
lamette university will have one eve
ning devoted to American music The
first lecture will be next Wednesday,
February 4. Dr. F. A. Magruder of
the Oregon Agricultural college will
speak on "American ideals."
In reply to appeals sent to Govern
or Olcott from Harney county, where
150 cases of Influenza are reported,
the northwest division of the Ameri
can Red Cross has sent, through its
'Portland branch, 60 beds and four
nurses to the county. According to
, advices received from the stricken
area, there is but one practising phy
sician there, and an effort is being
made to secure the "services of more
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jones of Sa
lem route 7,;ief Tuesday for Med-
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
society of the Jason Lee Memorial
church will hold its quarterly tea on
Wednesday afternoon, January 28, at
2:30 o'clock in the Sunday school
room of the church. Mrs. A. A. Lee,
who has recently returned from the
missionary jubilee at Boston, will be
present to give a report. All members
and friends of the church are invited
to be present.
Mothers who desire to have their
children examined at the next Marion
county children's bureau clinic to be
held in the Commercial club auditor
ium, Thursday February 19, are re
quested to telephone or write to the
secretary, Mrs. Florien Von Eschen,
1775 Court street, at once, as only a
limited number can be examined, and
the applications sent in first will be
given the preference.
Mrs. O. F. Lam son will deliver a
lecture on the situation in Armenia
and the near east Thursday, January
29, at 7:30 p. m. in the Methodist
church on the corner of State and
Church streets, Salem, Oregon.
Mrs. Lamson is a most interesting
speaker, a graduate of the John Hop
kins university, a practicing physi
cian, author of several books, a lead
er In Seattle clubs and society affairs.
Her lecture was heard with delight
recently by Portland audience. ' Mrs.
Lamson is an Armenian by birth, and
will entertain by telling of the dress
and custom of the people of that
The people of Salem are cordially
Invited to .attend this lecture which is
free. No subscription or donation will
oe laiien. aiaae up your mind to at
tend and urge your friends to come
Sheriff W. L Needhara received
word Monday, that a team of horses
and a driving rig had been stolen
from Oregon City, January 22. Accord
ing to the report, the outfit was stol
en by a man about 35 years of age,
height 5 feet, 8 inches, and when last
seen was wearing a light overcoat and
cap. The team is described as fol
lows: one- horse, brown, the other an
imal, black, age 15 years, weight of
each animal about 1100.
County Judge Bushey signed an or
der Monday appointing E. C. Sox, as
administrator of the William Hudel-
John Lundgren et ux vs Ellen E
Kuney et al. Affidavit for publication
Affidavit of publication of final no
tlce of account of Louis Siebert as ex.
ecutor of the estate ot Karoline Sie
H. A. Holmes vs Ben W. Olcott et
John Lundgren and TAirie Lund
gren vs Ellen Kuney et al. Order for
publication of summons. .
Albert Egan vs Laura W. Krebs et
al. Findings of fact and conclusion of
Julius Aim vs Peter Pwlaum. Sum
mons. John Lundgren et ux vs Ellen E.
Kuney et al. Summons.
MEANT To Mr. and Mrs. Peter J.
Meany. 9C North Cottage street a
oaugoter, to be named Mildred Elii
abeth, January 11, 1920.
GOULET To Mr. and Mrs. Romeo
Goulet of Brooks, a son to be nam
ed Romeo Warden, January 10,
SEHON To Mr. an Mrs. James M.
senon, lies Oak street, a son, Jan
uary 23, 1920.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
CANADA'S A-ROLLICKING ON THE SNOW CRUST
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wirj Tntal ,ld- The damper
.ni absence of Idved ones b
Wj? ,for 1051 Maaoni; by
tt told Z gin to lenBthen and
Ks to strengthen, the
Bulj. on Parkline dnmes.
Sbarbf Fr. Ae Pleasure of outdoor
toxicated with' the desire to spend as
many hours as possible to the open.
Visitors to the Dominion find this
mood Infectious and nowhere is this
more in evidence than in the quaint
old erty of Quebe.
Nature fashioned this city site
for sport Every steep little street
that daws its crooked way from tne
waterfront to the heights, s a pos
sible slide, while the triple track
tooogRan slide that begins at the
grin gray Citadel and ends in a
huge snow bunker on Dufferin ler-
race is world famous.
Ths picturesque many-turreted
Chateau Frontenac that overlooks
this slide, is naturally headquarters
for Society during its winter revels.
Its i harming tea-room opens onto
the Terrace and glowing toboggan
ists run in for a cheering cup, then
iunnnpsr throueh another door that
!;. nnto ths inner court where
skating and ice-dancing arr in order.
Merry parties assemble in the tea
2 -i .11 u,. On nnrtv Will
room ai mi t
h readv for a snowshoe tramp to
"The Rendezvous" with its tea ana
cakes, five miles across country An
ot'.er group will have retiuisitira-cd
the 1919 Model bob-sleighs, that form
part of the Chateau's sport en'iip-
ment, lor spony ............
: j;hntv match if nroviUinif
spirited discussion and bcltniK m a
buncn aoout me ik
another party is preparir-s t kt.
and there is no reason why cvtiv
visitor to Quebec shoul.l n.t -t.Mr-i
this graceful sport for th. -IHm i
management has engaged two lw
wegian ski-jumpers to i,- trul it
CHAP IN George W. Chapin,
oieo; at Shaw Monday night.
Body at Webb & Clough's. Funeral
GOWDY Charles E. Kowdy. g, of
Portland, died at a local hospital
Body sent to Portland for burial by
Rigdon & Son.
HAROLD At her late home. Glen
Harold, near Quinaby, January 27.
at 3:30 a. m. Marie Christian Har
old at the age of 91 years.
She is survived bv four sons. T P
of Axtel, Kan., Gus of Stayton, Or.,
Alexander and Frank, and one daugh
ter. Christina Marie Harold all nf Sa
lem. There are also 21 grand children
and IT great grandchildren. Funeral
services will be held from the home
near Quinaby Friday at 1 n. m. Hovs
Love!! and Burns officiating. Burlnl
will be in Claggett cemetery. Arrange
ments are in charge of Terwilllger
POSTAL LINEMEN IN
THREE STATES STRIKE
Spokane, Wash., Jan. 27. Twenty
linemen of the Postal Telegraph com
pany, in Washington, Oregon and
Idaho went on strike today in support
of demands for increased wages, It
was stated at the local office of the
company here todnv. Kprvlra htu,an
Spokane and the coast was hampered
as a result, it was said, and business
was being routed by way of San Fran
cisco. Nothing Is known of the strike ac
tivity on the part of linemen of the
Postal Telegraph company in the lo
cal offices of the company, according
to Manager T. C. Waters Tuesday. He
said that service here was improving
rather than suffering from any disor
ders, and he said that he believed
whatever action linemen take will not
have any effect In Salem.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
TALESMB. PLEAD TO
BE EXCUSED FROM
-Montesano, Wash.. Jan. ST. A
special venire of 399 talesmen report
ed In superior court here this morn
ing when the second day ot the trial
of eleven alleged members of the I.
W. W. on charge of first degree mur
der in connection with the Armistice
Day parade shootings at Centralis,
Wash., opened today. Following an
swer of a roll call, the court allow
ed those having excuse for not serv
ing to present them, iImw to 100 of
the venire appealing for discharge.
Those who hsd psa the age limit
ot (0 ye.-irs were quickly excused.
Women Included In the panel who
have a legal exemption because of
their sex, were excused upon request.
Most of those in the venire took ad
vantage of this exemption and did not
attend court. Those not excused were
ordered to report again tomorrow. It
was expected the exaniinalon of those
called In the regular January venire
would be resumed before noon.
Only two temporary jurors were in
the box when court opened today,
John C. Connor, of Montesano, a for
mer liquor dealer: and Timothy Mar
tin of Hoquiam, timber man. Martin
was chullenged by the prosecution for
cause yesterday, but it was said today
tnat ho would be examined further
and possibly challenged again.
Influenza is prevalent In Grays
Harbor county. It became known to
day when members of the venire re
ported several of their feilow-venlre-men
stricken at home. It has not be
come epidemic, however,- reports Indicate.
BOOKS FOR SCHOOL
LIBRARIES. SDiT OUT
Books for Marion eouniy school
districts were being sent out to the
various schools Tuesday. Mrs. W. Jf.
Smith, of the county schools super
intendent office, has just completed
the task of checking and assorting
the 2000 volumes and expects to have
the various seta distributed by Fri
day. The books arrived about two weeks
go and represent the county nimt
school library purchase of 1019. The
delivery of the books was delayed be
cause of the inability of publishers
to collect and transport the books on
The volumes represent selection!
made by teachers and by clerks of
school boards. The selections are
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Tdford ordinance to raise iltnev aid
pool room I'ees has been killed. It has
been decided to withdraw a protest to
the state engineer and allow certain
residents near the city reservoir to oh-
taln overflow water.
Our facilities are ot
the highest charac
ter. We are equip
ped to satisfy the
most exacting cli
ent. The courteous
conduct of our staff
matches the up to
dateness ot our
STATE g STREET
TTfCar. Stale ant
gBgeSBSeseraeaeseaB Meet Me at Meyers m
IT WILL TAKE A FEW DAYS TO RESTORE US TO NORMAL SINCE
OUR GREAT ANNIVERSARY EVENT, AND WHILE THIS IS BEING
DONE WE SHALL THROW OUT ON
Short Lengths, Broken Lots and Sizes
at Extra Special Prices to
Make Final Clearanae
Watch for Yellow Price Cardsthey mean dollars to you
Received Too Late For Anniversary Event
White Braid Trimmed Collars and Cuffs
All sizes from
4 years, to size 40
Tomorrow's Big Sale
36 INCHES WIDE. A GREAT VARIETY ,
Sale Opens at 9 a. m.
This Will Be a Rousing One Day Sale
You Can Always Do Better at
o r . t n a i . y
BREAKING I 1 V
A .. M A ft I O N
MARK O V
I N T K i) It I T Y
Who Will Always Do Better By You