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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1920.
JIG HUE III
TO LEAVE HADE
Ths addition of 404t acres of fruit "If ths business men of the city
land In the Rogue river valley dur- "don't care what becomes of the Com
tng past ten days brings the total mercial club; and if the business men
acreage now Included in the Oregon dont want to help boost the city with
Growers Cooperative association to a ,,, cIvl(J , dont eHher. rm
total of more than 81,000 acres, ac-
cording to C. I. Lewis, manager of to w rk. anj 1 If 1 1 can t work
the association now has 404 Rogue th" u no J0" , '
.JWTZ.,.h h. .rvi. d Manager T. E. McCroekey, of the
Z.m"Z: JYS. '?TTat Commercial club, made this statement
. , i ln what he termed a "showdown" b-
tjr growers In person. r number of business men at Ho-
As result of the ten day drive, i. , , . . ,
M ... i . t. tel Marion Monday noon. The busl-
ths assoclatio nnow has 404 Kogue. ,, . , ,
, Bv " ... llmtm th. ,ness men were called together for the
river growers on its lists, and these . ... ,....
include practically all of the owners Purpose of hear ng the financial con
of largs orchard, in mat section ofjdlUon of the club Although many
the state. Mr. Lewi, reports, and adds'" lnvUedf to ttend onlr 'ew
that by the end of the present year weI? present.
expeeU the association's acreage I The Commercial club Is Just even
fn9 the'Cue district to reach .008, "L"----i-
mi vi aemmanvii up r w mis
EXPERTS HERE TRY
TO ALLAY ALL FEARS
or 7900 acres.
Frost Damage Slight
In the southern part of the state
at all this year "the year of years,"
Mr. McCrosltey said, an emergency
the growers are getting well over,"" approximately 110,000 is need
their first scare as to tho extent of
the frost damage to the fruit trees,
aays Mr. Lewis. They are finding
that the damage - was exagerated
many times over In the first reports.
' Late reports from the orchards in
this section regarding the frost dam-
. Council Attacked .
I Other clvio organizations, and par
j tlcularly the city council, came in for
a scathing at ths luncheon for "pass
ing the buck" on all constructive mat
ters to the Commercial club. The mat
ore are substantiating ths statements "f1, """'".v f , , U
that the loss was small and confined 'ch"dre"' th.at tV"" club
to scattered tpots, according to Mr. "" ""' ,u
Lswls. Ho is confident that the sur-;8" can be raised was de-
.t.a in tho or. dared a proposition the city council
chard Bear Balom by government ex hould advance. One of the business
"even get us a policeman" let alone
take any jjart in any other progressive
move. Another one declared that if
the council won't show "a little civic
pride lets oust them and get In a new
bunch, and pay them if necessary."
Business Men Aid
The following business men have
responded to the emergency call for
funds: T. B, Kay, Kafoury brothers,
Chambers and Chambers, F. W.
parts will reveal that the damage is
slight as compared to some unveri
fied predictions made at the time of
the December cold snap.
Old Association Ik
Medford. Or.. Feb. . With the
signing up of 4251 acres today offi
cials of the Oregon Growers Cooper
ative association, the new state wide
fruit marketing organisation with
headauarters at Salem announced
they will enter the local field. This frnldt. Joseph Albert" C P. Bishop,
means tha dissolution of the Kogue ' ,..V 7 Z'
Klver. Fruit and Produce. association
which has handled the bulk of the
fru t in Jackson county for over a de
cade, and the taking over of its prop
erty and equipment by the new asso
ciation. One hundred and six prop
erty owners signed up, the acreage ex
tending from Gold Hill to Talent.
L. Stiff & Son. F. W. Deckabach, S.
B. Elliott, The Capital Journal and
Always interested in the Commer
cial club, and the star '"member get
ter" for the organisation, John Rund
burg, steward at the club, also made
a personal subscription of $100.
PLUMBER'S NO LONGER
ARISTOCRATS OF LABOR ON INCREASE IN SALEM
Counselling patience and leas fear
that orchards in the valley have been
mortally stricken by frosts and eold
weather. C. A. Reed, government nut
culturlsts from Washington, IX C. and
D. F. Fisher, federal pathologist, are
In the city .and Monday afternoon be
gan a careful survey of fruit and nut
conditions in the county. The experts
will be in Salem Monday and Tuesday
and will leave for McMinavlU Wed
nesday. Their Itinerary calls for Amity
Thursday, Palas Friday and southern
points In ths valley after that
Slight investigation already made by
the men show that the greatest dam.-
age, that cannot be termed extensive.
resulted to trees in lowlands, they said.
'But nothing may be accomplished
by cutting the trees down," Mr. .Reed
said. "Just now is a poor season to
tell whether the trees have actually
been permanently harmed, so I wouio)
advise that the matter be carefully in
vestigated before any aotion toward
removing the orchards la taken."
He then oited several cases where
growers .in 'the south, fearing that
their trees were ruined be the cold, re
moved the orchards, while others let
them stand with the result that thef
regained life and grew to productive
Mr. Reed and Mr. Fisher will be at
Hotel Marlon Monday and Tuesday,
and stand ready to be consulted on
orchard matters at any time, they said.
AUTOIST PASSES CAR;
RUNS DOWN MAIDEN
FIRST WITKESS IN
CENTRAUA MURDER '
CASE TAKES STAND
' Montesano, Wash., Feb. I. Intro
duction of evidence by the state in the
trial of eleven alleged I. W. W. charged
with the murder of Warren O. Grimm,
Centralla Armistice day parade victim,
began here today. Edward C Dohm
state field engineer of the state of
Washington, waa the first witness to
take the stand.
Dohm testified that he had had 16
years' experience in map making. In
cluding nearly two years with the gen
eral staff of General Pershing In
France, and that he was fully compe
tent to draw and explain all character
, His testimony Included explanations
of a large map offered as exhibit A by
the prosecution, in which he outlined
tho buildings In the vicinity of the
shootings, pointing out bullet holes and
draklng converging lines showing that
they came from the Avalon hotel, Arn
old hotel. Seminary hill, and other
points east and southeast of the 1. W.
W. hail. Dohm testified that the bul
let holes, when he examined them two
days after the shooting, were recent
Bullets 1, 2, 3 and 6, he said, undoubt
edly were fired from the Avalon hotel.
No. 4 came from Seminary hill. All of
these struck a building at the north
west corner of Tower avenue and Seo
ond street, about 60 feet south of the
I. W. W..hall. Other bullets, on other
buildings, his testimony indicated,
came from the hill, 1184 feet east of
Tower avenue. Dohm's examination
was to be continued this afternoon.
The defense made its opening state
ment at the opening of court today,
Attorney George F. Vanderveer mak
ing the startling announcement that
he exonerated the American Legion, as
an organization for responsibility for
an alleged attack upon the I. W. W.
hall before the occupants of the hall
began shooting Into the parade.
New York, Feb, 9. Plumbers who
pay Income taxos are no longer the
"aristocrats of labor," according to
William H. Edwards, United States
Internal revenue collector for the
Second and Third districts of New
York, in whose districts this year
more than $1,500,000,000 will bo guth
ered up for Uncle Sam.
High wages and profitable over
time, say Mr. IJdwards, have rained
to the Income tax paying lint such
workers as longsshoremnn, garment
makers, paper hangers, railroad
brakemen, chauffeurs, sailors, truck
drivers and piano movers. 'And
don't forget the chorus girls, the
movie stars and ths hotel waiters,"
declared the oolleotor, Adding that
noma of the latter are making more
than 18,000 a year In tips alone.
1 Street car conductors and motor
men In Brooklyn, for Instance, he sntd,
have made as much as 60 a week
andi if their yearly Income exceeds
$1,000 for a single man or $2,000 for
the head of a family, they will be
required to contribute their share to
ward the cost of running the govern
ment, Mr. Edwards cited a few In
stances without, of course, mention
ing any names, of bootblacks, milk
wagon drivers and bellboys who In
lilt earned In excess of their ex
emption and who will bo required to
An accident with nomlhla snrinna
consequences occured Saturday at the
intersection ot Church and State
streets. A delivery car nf tha Fnnlav
Ciocery company, collided with a
roro. car driven Dy w. v. Johnson,
Salem route 3. As a result of the ac-'
cident Mrs. W. V, Johnson, who was
seated in the rear of the car, suffered
cuts and bruises of the head in addi
tion to injuries due to the shock of
According to witnesses, Mr. Johnson
was driving eaat on State street and
the Eppley car was going south on
Church street. The delivery car is
said to have "cut the corner" In mait
IllK the turn east on State gtreat with
the result It crashed into tha rear nf
the passenger car. The latter machine
as me mom seriously damaged of the
."Cutting Corner" Results in
Rear End Smash, Saturday
Charged with pastting a streiuar
while It was accepting and discharging
passengers, frank llniberlt, route I,
Liberty, waa arrested shortly after
noon Monday, and was being held to
appear before Police Judge Race at
In passing the streetcar,' Hrubets
run down liorris Hicks, a small girl
carrying her feet on the fenders ot
the car, police reports stated. The girl
was not badly Injured and was able to
return to her home, llruuola was Urlv
ing north on Commercial street, be
tween Wilson and Myers, when the ao
cident occurred, lie waa arrested oy
Xiuftlo Officer Moffitt.
Smallpox and Influenza cases are
showing a steady Increase In Salem,
according to Pr. R. E. Fomeroy, city
health officer. There are now in a
lcm, 60 cases of flu and about 22 cases
ot smallpox. Soma, of the smallpox
cases are from points near Salem.
Rapid recovery Is reported from a
goo dmany of the so-called flu cases,
Indicating that the epldemio is either
yry light or many that the cases an-
uer observation are not the genuine
flu. Two ot the four deaths reported
during the prevalence of the disease
are attributed to causes other than the
be health authorities report that
nearly 1700 school children have been
vau nnted by them during the past
tun days. Family physicians are re
ported to have vaccinated 800 porsons
in addtlion to the health officials' rlg
uris. This would give a total of 2000
persons vaccinated recently.
- l)ue to prompt segregation and vig
orous treatment at the hands of Snlem
psyslcians, no fatalities have been re
corded from smallpox in this vicinity.
Permits to Marion Hunters
' During- the firm week In February.
(rams license In the different forms
were Issued as follows!
Anglers' licenwsi Kit Slscho, O, R
Eischo, Gates; W, R. Zwirker, Sitlem.
Hunters' Albert Fabry, Harold
IJvock, Salem; Christie Johnston,
Aumaviiie. um pioneers and war
veterans' permit was laved to B, Pear
Sdt m Judge Usruh's Court
U Prove Lot Ownership On
0rnrh!p of lota three" and four,
fefaw 12. Import addition, corner 15th
and fx rwt, is expected to be d
itiitmA in Juilxe I'nruh court Mon
4Af tfarlrig the trial of Kenjamln Jack
hms K. IJgon. The trial se
ta t if o'clock.
Mr. iu tton aver that the two lots
r &!rr held by Sir. IJson contrary
w stv The itt is broTight largely to
i .t t.u.
WORKKUS HOUSES PLANNED
Tilbury, England, Feb. 9. Tilbury
has Inaugurated a great housing
scheme involving nn expenditure of
1,500,000 pounds for the benefit of
tho transport workers at the clocks.
It is planned to erect about 1520
houses which will be equipped with
buths and all the most modern appli
ances for sanitation nnd comfort
These bulUliiiKa will be grouped about
a trlangulnr antral park.
George W'ailis Chapln estate. Petl
tlon for letters ot administration.
Ellsai E. llaney estate. Hond of
Ellon McXennnn administratrix.
Wilfred M. Loomis, 21, clerk for tht
manflnrd Oil company, Sllverton, to
Kosa M. Plttman, 19, of Sllverton.
FOR t,ONO DISTANCE
i WILLAMETTE VALLEY
TRANSFER CO. ,
vVE ALSO DO LOCAL
NEW DREAMLAND RINK
Sessions Daily .
1:00 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Friday. Feb. 6.
Polar bears are the most dangerous
animals in captivity.
Cuba has 260 rivers.
, WE HANDLE EVERY
THING We are open for
LUCAS & 1UCAS
BAD CHECK PASSED ON
The Portland Railway Light & Pow
er company Monday proved to be the
victim of a spurious check draftsman,
when It deevloped that a check for
196.60, tendered the local offices Feb
ruary 3, proved to be worthless.
The check was accepted from a man
who claimed his name was Charles
Hanson, and who sought service at
1210 North Capital street. The check
rt. out en . ths Independent
Lumber company of Tacoma, Wash.
Investigation showed that the bouse
at the above number was deserted and
the owner claims that be had made no
arrangements to rent it
A description of the fellow, as roi
lows: middle traed. wore rough garb.
and In every detail would be taken for
a lumberjack, was given to police dur
ing the afternoon by Manager W. H.
Hamilton ot the company. ,
You Need Not
Bat Xoo Must Drive It Out of Your
Bloo Oft Rid of it
You have probably been in the hab
it of applying eateraal treatments, try
ing ta cure your catarrh Tou have
used sprays, washes and lotions and
possibly txen temporarily relieved
But after short time you had anoth
er attack and wondered why. You
must reallie that catarrh is an Infec
tion of the Wood and to get perma
nent relief ' the catarrh " Infection
must be driven out of the blood. The
quicker yon come to understand this,
the quicker y will get It out of your
system, a a a, which has been in
constant use for over fifty years, will
Suffer from Catarrh
attaeVts catarrhal poisons. u,
and -strengthen the blood.
na nealth to the an,
membranes on its Journeys th
your body-and nature will won T 54
you-to health, you will be relfe-Z!
the droppings of mucus in your
sores in nostrils, bad breath, hawkT.
and spitting. - '"wuaj
All reputable druggists carry s
a in stock and we recommend v
give ft a trial at once. Ioa
The chief medical adviser of tfc.
company will carefully answer all feu
ters on the aubject. There Is no char-
for the medical advice. Address Swift
Specific Company, 251 Swift Labor,
tory, Atlanta, Ga.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL "WANT" ADS PAT
10 percent off on our entire stock of made up
We clean, renovate, and remodel old furs so
they look like new. : r .,
West Fur Co;
521 Court Street
; BAKE-RITE BREAD
Put it on the table tonight, and the whole evening
will be pleasant -
Bake-Rite Sanitary Bakery
457 State Street.
Keep Your Gums Healthy
Keep Your Teeth Clean
Germs from unhealthy gums and decayed teeth
:ause various diseases of the body. Co-operate
with the dentist in safeguarding your health.
Brush your teeth night and morning.
My Fees for Servces Rendered Are Very Reasonable
Dr. C. A. Eldriedge
204-5 Gray Elk. Over Hartman's Jewelry
Velvet corduroys-a new:
shipment just received in navy, rose
sand, green, seal, brown, new blue,
JAZZ SILK, a new silk and wool
crepe material, 40 inches wide, flame
color, per yard 98 C
NEW PLAID SKIRTING 36 inches
wide, per yard
FLOWERED MERCERIZED TAF
FETA, 36 inches wide, yd gj49
SERPENTINE OREPE-A new lot
of rich and handsome assortment of
colors, yard " 50C
FLOWERED SATEEN, 36 inches
wide, per yar 98 C
Our Prices Always the Lowest
Gale & Company
Formerly Chicago Store
Commercial and Court Streets
Our Nice Line of
i KdBT - ' '' ' sT P lis
I l (A Jr v
You will find some that will please you and the prices will certainly appeal
to you as being very reasonable
NOTE THESE ARTICLES ALSO
$2.98 10 85.50
$1.49 T0 $7.50
You will find them in Voile; Crepe de
Chine and Georgette
19c T0 49c
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS' '
59c T0 $3.49
$2.98 TO $5.90