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FEBRUARY 23, 1920.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
M. Meeting of Che-
L -8 Marioa County Le-
Msf I. Council meeting.
L!r f Regular meeting
, Legion in armory
Man 1-Business MT
"5 Women's republl-
.... Mr ami sirs. rran
I anigMer. t
fCbtirf House News,
(She is being succeeded hero by Miss
; arena bappington.
I The Jurisdiction ml the Oregon Pafc
, lie Service commission over the rates
jof the Central Oregon Irrigation com
pany was attached hv tha Cnrm
home after a month's visit with rela-!??m Y'" l ser "dation i
Uvea and friends in Ohio ami v. ' " oiore ma eonuaisstOB
tucky. - yesterday. The Irrigation company
has filed with the commission an ap-
Word has been received in Salem I D'iction tor an increase in the ratoe
that Mrs. Burton O tlr. fnrmi cnarS for its service. Coot e l
employed m the Capital Journal, has' , I " tea are bj the desert
accepted a position in the advertising! f"!?0?"1, lf water usot Pro
department of the San Francis ' d a??lnst any lonJ? mat"
Chronicto. Mr. Mvers i twr by the commission. The demur-
medical department of Stanford Uni- . , lh pPcatlon ht taken
versty. They are living at 180 Saga- " eonsi(lerat"n y the commis
more street. !
The case of Eugenia H. Taggart vst
School District No. 1. Multnomah
county, which is up in the supreme
court here on appeal from the Mult
nomah county circuit court by the
school district will be argued before
the higher court on March 16. The
case involves the reinstatement of Miss
Taggart as a teacher In one of the
schools and the payment of back sal
ary and interest, both of which were
ordered by Judge Tucker of the lower
court, the school district appealing the
case to the supreme court.
Some time ago in .Portland papers
there appeared an account that Es-j
tell trunk, son of Thomas Brunt a
swine dealer of Polk county, was re
ported lost for 60 days. Toung Brunk
is & radio operator on one of the At
lantic ships, and had not been heard
from since December 23. H. E. Welch
Saturday received a post card from
the lad dated January 14, from Mont
evidio, the capital of Uruguay, stat
ing that he waa thirty days out of
Philadelphia. He will send a more de
tailed account of his trip in a letter
soon, the card said.
.Meeting Dates Of
For Women Js Set
The second and fourth Momiaya of
each month were chowen as the meet
ing dates for the Women's Republican
Study dab and the veterans room in
the armory was designated as the
place for their future meetings, at a
gathering of the members held Thurs
day afternoon in the auditorium o. t?.
The league of nations was discuasel
at the meeting. Several able talks were
given by the members.
The purpose of the club is to keep
before the minds of the women of the
county the matters pertaining to the
welfare of the state and nation, and
to better prepare them to exercise
their right of vote. All women of Mar
ion county are eligible to membership
regardless of their party affiliations,
and are cordially Invited to attend the
"The Constitution of the tJu'ted
States" will be discussed at th; uoxt
motlng, Thursday, March 11.
Investigation of the aDraisement of
Harry G. Smith, of Portland, is thejthe estate of Jesse C. Remick who died
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McClain
for a few days.
Miss Ethel Walker, of Pendleton,
I pircuil Court.
1 Joseph P- K"1' etc vs- M" S" La"S
I'LVow rel Irene sh street.
m Herbert Nash. Motion ana ainaa
ivit of pUUntiff requiring defendant to
I Clifford J. Taylor et ux vs. M. S.
hate rdPr- -
in Portland, April 7, 1 91 , has resulted
in a net gain of $2501. 9S to th in.
heritance tax department of the the-
state treasurers office, according to
left Friday for her home after aljoe Richardson, deputy state treasur-
'ion ii.it mia. milium smjiiucl- cr.
fer, at the latter's home on Court
I viavi "The Way to Health."
lore sverv Monday afternoon,
fa. room 331 Hotel Mavion.
; President Doney of Willamette nni
reraity, who has licon ill with influenza
tfortbe past week, is able to.be up
I - ... l .. 1. 1 . . tn Ilia dntlAe
mi mil pruuai'i..
(K beginning of the week.
Dr. g. C. Stone can no be founf.
st Tyler's drug store. SI
Walter L. Tooze, state organizer of
ibe Wood presidential clubs, was in
Kopne the latter part of this week
ud (poko at a luncheon at the Blg-
w Chi fraternity house.
The rapid growth of business in Ba
lm to reflected In the transfer busi-
i of A. E. Carter. A year ago he
longht a truck and built up a good
Imueet, which has expanded so rap
id) that he has bought a one and one-
tulf too O.M.C., with which he expects
lo make a record hauling berries this
Mr. uid Mrs. J. L. McAllister of
(hit city were Eugene visitors this
Set Dr, Menredsohu for your, tyva
mi your glasses. Broken lenses dit
plicated while you wait Oregon old?.
ilorrawly the Hubbard. 6 If
The inmates of the state peniten
titry, the jiards, Warden Louis Comp-
' and Parole Officer Percy Varney
wife, with a few friends, will be
atotained in the auditorium of the
tte prison tonight by members of
me KliDon-White troupe.
Mm. Martha L. Hicks of Tellu
Ooio., is the guest of Mrs. R.
0W, 565 South Liberty street,
tr few days.
The regular Monday night dancing
''b AIK for Utarrh Oth hi. ...w.n
lniied on account of sickness, n
Banoe tonight at armory. 81
8. Radcliffe. Salem realty man.
"u 1 Portland Saturday eonsumat
X oeal for the Cook farm, three
s mum of the city, and the J. S.
e propertj- in North Salem.
fcuce tonight at ar
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Agncw, of
Mitchell, South Dakota, arrived here
Friday evening, and iwll make Salem
their permanent home. Mr. and Mrs.
Agnew are members of the printers
fraternity and were residents of Sulem
severnl years ago.
.What is known as 'The Quickner
Press" situated on North Commercial
street has been sold by its former
owner, G. L Brookings, who is now
located in California. It will be mov
ed to Canbv, it is said.
Potato growers of central Oregon
have banded together for mutual bet
terment according to articles of in
corporation filurt with the corpora
tion commissioner here today by th?
Central Oregon Potato Growers cor
poration of Tumalo, Deschutes coun
ty. The corporation is capitalized at
Newspaper Man To
Speak At Banquet
Business men of the city will hear
all about the "newspaper game" at
their regular Monday noon luncheon
in the Coinmurt ial club when O. C.
Leiter, president of the Portland Press
dub, will address them. Mr. Leiter
consented to come to Salem for the
luncheon Saturday when called over
the telephone by Manager McCroskey
of the club.
Mr. Leiter, one of the best known
newspaper men In the state, is noted
for his entertaining oratory, his ability
to talk not being confined solely to the
"copy" that reels from his typewriter.
Another record crowd that has mark
ed the past luncheons of the business
U0.000 with the following incoroor-
ntors: J. F. Rice, Fred N. Wallace,! raen ls expected to bo on hand Mon-
J. A. Marsh. Gus E. Stadig and M. I daV noon-'
Q. Lee. '
Other corporations filing articles, Lebanon. Mrs. Earl Stitt, who was
Frank Bllgh, son of T. G. Bligh, the
theatre man, became the happy fath
er Friday night of an eight pound
chubby daughter. Both Mrs. Bligh
and the baby were doing fine Saturday-
Changing their pleas of nd guilty
to guilty of a charge of being intoxi
cated. George Rogers and F. H.
Clmpin, arrested Wednesday by Po
lice Sergeant Rowe, were fined $5
each by Police Judge Race Saturday
morning. When arraigned Friday
they denied that they were Intoxicat
ed and asked that they be given a
jury trial. Both were released under
The constitution and bylaws of the
Salem Homobullders Association, as
drawn by the incorporators, Chas. W.
Niemeyer, D. W. Eyre and Theodore
Roth, were tentatively accepted by
the board of directors, at a meeting
held in the Commercial Club Friday
evening. The directorate will meet
with the stockholders at tha Commer
cial Club Thursday evening when the
matter of officers' election will be
taken up. j
The body of Mark Duednll, 21, of
Albany, was forwarded to that townl
Saturday by the Rigdon & Son un-j
dertaking company. Funeral services:
and burial will be held there. Mr.
Duedall died Friday in a ocal hospital
after more than a year's illness with
This Week's Dianiw v-,niui
i ' "mw Senna cloths in all shades
"""ar , 73c yard. Hamilton's 63'
ml 8 Drauery special, fan
1. . 8ellna eIoths in all shades
"w i. 73c yard. Hamilton's 63
Ta Ford automnhilp mv, . .
rjJJtol from near the Spaulding
r"7 wmpany office, has been
war Eugene, according to word
vd Friday by Sheriff Needham
"" sheriff RicklfM nf t ...
2 " own found of the thieves
- ooned the machine about I
7 ast of Eugene. F. L. Catim,
er, ha, left to recover his prop.
Jut from California, where he
i spending the early part of the
itet l "B tne rouno-
U ii If y of Sl'okane. Washing-
BaIm tor fw days visiting
1 friei,ds' IIe Mcom
w,fe' an oM time resi
Capltal Clty- Mr. Olovei
lamln" "th.e 'ather of BP"-
: "s recently erecteo
Bear n.-. ..
. oaneUa oa the
- - namiiton's.
tonight at armory.
'gs!,rUfe of naroanella records
un", - . S1.
"a L. Farm,, v.. .,..a
The names of all growers and deal
ers In horseradish in Marion county
are sought in a letter received Satur
day by Manager McCroskey at the
Commercial Club from a San Fran
cisco manufacturing concern. Mr.
McCroskey, to reply to the commun
ication asks audi dealers in horserad
ish to send him their names for sub
mission to the company.
NOTICE Earl Wood, formerly of
the Liberty garage, and O. J. Ferry,
who was shop foreman at Vick broth
ers for several years, do automobile
repairing at 805 Broadway. Phone
R. A. Harris, formerly in charge of
the voters registration department in
the secretary of Btate's office, return
ed to his home here Friday after 16
months service as a T. M. C. A. sec
retary In France.
Miss Buena Bicknell an assistant In
the office of secretary of the state
board of control for the past year
leaves that position today to enter
T. W. C. A. work as a secretary m
the Vancouver. Wash., association.
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Alt OF A Sl'DDEff
Special meeting of Sa
lem lodge No. 4A.F. Sc. A.
M. this evening. Work in
the M. M. degree. Visiting
brethren welcome. !
Service. Our earn
est endeavor to give
satisfaction, and su
perior service, Is ev
idenced by the cour
tesy of our staff.the
ewwlciency ot our
uih.Hnn of our
f3 clients and the nud
ity of service ren
dered. Quality Cour
United Meat company, Portland,
$50,000; Conrad P. Olson, James R.
Bain and H. A. Robertson.
Coos Veneer and Box company
Marshfield, $50,000; Ben. Ostlind
Hugh McLain and Ben S. Fisher.
Thomas M. Lighter Motor Car Co..
Inc., Portland, $5000; T. M. Lighter,
A. F. Friebel andM. B. Meacham.
R. W. Lee ft Co., Portland, $10.-
000; R. w. Lee, F. C, Lee and C. D.
Resolutions of dissolution were fil
ed by the King-Crenshaw Hardware
Co, of Tillamook.
The name of the Daniels Sales
Agency of Portland is changed to the
Peep Motor Car company and the
capital stock of the corporation is
increased from $20,000 to $50,000 ac
cording to supplementary articles
Hood River post of tha Americau
Legion observed Memorial day for
seven young men ot the county who
died daring the war. Rev. W. H. Bod
dy delivered a memorial sermon.
severely burned while starting a fire
with coal oil, died "Friday at the local
hospital. She was a young bride who
had been brought from England by
her husband at the elose of the war,
when he returned from service.
Girl students at Smith college nr
being taught to take an automobile
apart and put It together again.
XOTICE OF BEARING FINAL
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has filed In the office of
county clerk ot Marion county, Ore
gon, his final report In the . matter
of the estate of Arthur B. Poole, de
ceased, and that an, order has been
made by the county court fixing the
time for hearing said report at 10
o'clock a, m. March It, 1029, all per
sons interested are hereby notified to
appear and show cause it any they
have, as to why said report should
not be approved, or an order will be
I entered approving the) same.
A. TYNER WOOLPERT.
Should receive the best of care. Of
the five senses EYESIGHT is the most
important. Without it one is helpless.
It behooves us then to preserve
them. If weak or watery; if they smart
and burn, it is a warning. Slight head
aches mean something.
Let us examine your eyes we give
the best of service.
No charge for EXAMINATION.
Dr. A. R. Miller
Application was filed with State
Engineer Cupper today by the Miaam
Lumber company of LaGrande ask
ing tor permission to appropriate
water out of the Minaun river for a
lS pond at their mT sad for the
transportation of logs.
Other applications covering the
appropriation of water from Oregon
streams were filed today as follows:!
By Elmer Hodgen of Baker, cov
ering the construction of four small,
reservoirs on Blue Canyon creek for
the storage of water and for the ap
propriation of such stored water for
the Irrigation of a smalt tract in
By W. E. Buchanan, of Ashland,
covering the appropriation of water
from springs for irrigation of a smaH
tract near Ashland.
By Hollls Parks, ot Jacksonville.
covering tb appropriation of water
from the Utile Applegate river, for
tha Irrigation of 23 acres ot land.
By A. 6. Kleinhammer, of Jackson
ville, covering tb appropriation of
water from the Little Applugate river
io rthe irrigation of 12 acres. I
By Walter Beidler, Of Jacksonville
covering the appropriation of water
from the Little Applcgate river for
the irrigation of a 30 acre tract
By Louis Huff, of Selma, covering
the appropriation of water from Clear
Creek for the Irrigation of a small
tract in Josephine county.
By Arthur Knight, of Flora, cov
ering the appropriation of water from
Calvin Creek for the irrigation of a
By A. L. Guerber. of Jamieson, cov
ering the appropriation of water from
Lick Creek, and an unnamed stream,
for the irrigation of 50 acres in Mal
Cities andtowns whose charters pro
vide for the nomination ot eandiihueit
for munidpal office by portion or cer
tification are not affected by the new
primary nominating law governing
elections in Oregon this year which
onry applies to such munidpallttt's as
nominate candidate by election or hy
political parties, according to Jin opin
ion by Atofney General Brown for
state this morinng. n n
Amu A. Koser deputy sH;retary ot st ite
Brown's opinion is a lengthy and
exhaustive interpretation of the new
doction laws which have been the sub
ject of much comment since the adop
tion of the constitutional amendment
in 1017 and the passage of the law by
the 1910 legislative session providing
for the election machinery under the
The new law Brown holds, was not
intended to strip municipalities of any
power contained in their respective
charters but is simply designed to sim
l.'iry the election machinery in u in
"K" Banquet Is
One of the best father and sons'
banquet ever held in the county was
staged at Wootlburn Friday nlgtit, m
observance of National. j-aUur and
Sons weeks, under the auspices of the
Woodbura hifrh "I" club. W. P. ,
Walters of tills city, secretary f lb t
Marion county Y. XI. C. A. work at
tended the banquet
More than 100 fathers and sons and
guests were in attendance at the ban
quet The dinner was pwpared and
served by the girls ot the doraeatto
science class of the Wootlburn higk
Utah Land Plaster
Just received, one ear Empire
Land Plaster. Phone your or
ders now, as shipments are iin
Focd your stock shorts and
middlings mixed; it costs but
little more than mill run but
has more feed vaule. .
Let us supply you wi'h the fa
mous Shady Miook dry or mo
Try our poultry supplies.
Juet received, a small d'ipn:i!t
of oil meal.
We have a ehoie lot of
following seeds In stock'
Beit spring wtu-tit a:K'ti
Grey aud white O'tU
A choice lot of Oliver seed
A large volume of hiumesui can
be successful on mm!l ,iri (iu;
that Is our plan. Will be pleas
ed to quote prices.
Cherry Gty Killing Co.
Graduate Los' Angeles Medical School
of Ophthalmology and Optometry.
510-12 US. Bank Bldg. 5 Phone 341
Meet Me At Meyers
VJe Have Added a "Millinery Section" to the
"GOOD GOODS STORE"
.It is located in the Annex ad
joining the Ready-to-W ear Sec
tion. The New Department will be
under the personal supervision
whose reputation as Buyer and
a keen judge of merchandise
values and styles is too well
known to require any further
will be shown and will be sold at prices that are reasonable
Friday, March 5th, but, we are NOW ready for advance
selling. Yesterday as fast as the advance stock was un-
packed selling began.
The new and CLEVER CREATIONS attracted atten
tion and when price was mentioned the sale was made.
' We are happy indeed to have made this connection and
give to Salem the wonderful services of "Miss Eleanor
Briggs" as we know the Hats will spell Newness and Ex
clusiveness and Miss Briggs1 business methods will
greatly reduce the H. C. L. as far as Ladies Hats are con
cerned. This again goes to prove Our oft repeated statement
Yon Can Always Da Better At .
Quality TX"((07?felpfa Qw&J
Who Always Do Better By You