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MARCH 2, 192a
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
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fill flroand -Town
day afternoon at 2:39 o'chvek. Alii BISHOPS ADD OTHER
uihi M-ieaus sure cordially hivil-
ed to attend. Light refreshments will
be served after the business; nuetinir
The hostess will be assisted by Sirs.
i j. i transacted business in Portland Mon- Eert w'ailer, Mrs. Fred Prince and
day. j MVs. T. M. Roberts.
bir.h scnooi "-
" .'.-i.-n Lesion In armory
m'h n-Leur. in Com
! Jrl club; auspices Marion
I Sty children', bareau. i
Bh J( WomenV repubtf-
Mlri . . mooting, armory.
Miss Katie Aiadsis, after - lingering
IM 10 STRING AT
Two Salem Men
Seeking Seats In
S. F. Convention
. Individual mail orders to the armv
j store at Portland will not be filled illness, died at a local hospital early
$ thereafter, according to advices re-lTuesJay me-mina. . - The funeral will
ceived Monday by J. T. Conway, man-; be held at the Catholic church, Fat,
aser of the army store here. This does' uuk officiating, at o'eloek Wed-
not mean Uiat mail orders to the lo- nesday morning. Burial will be in the lot incorporation- filed with the state
cal store will not be filled, Mr.- Con- Catholic mu,,,, nnder the dir-etin- I ' ... ,.. . .t
way explained. Inferences published of the Webb & Clo.,h l1"". r.1"" toT. l a""
Another woolen mill is added to the
Bishop string, according to articn
Monday tiiat the store here would i
kmrt House News.
Circuit Court .
fire-oire vs. M. l A-enu
f , Amended complaint.
lL CM" vs. J. T. Caldwel,.
Beaty vs. .leorge I. A. Beaty
fl-1- .. r'.sr
Hathias Goodie estate.
"ft'.hias doodle estate. . Order.
uarv A. DoKgs, an incompetent per
, estate. Order confirming, sale of
-i nmnerty. .
Clyde W, Beckett estate. Petition
I, widow s allow :anee and order. '
Chile V. Beckett estate. . Petition
ad 'order setting aside exempt prop
erty to widow.
Iu the matter of the guardianship
of Oscar Eskelson et ul, minors. Ofder
I, 11 real property.
KELLY Franklin W. Kelly, 62, at
lilt home three miles east of der
mis. Monday. Kody sent to Port
land Crematorium by Webb &
Clous;-. Funeral at Portland Trrors-toy.
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this method therefore are erroneous.1 UUUXe i DlunieU
In Divorce Suit
excessive use, of intoxicating
a violent and abusive, temper
George T. Fry, who was slightly in-
jured Monday when his motorcycle;
and a car driven by Dr. W. H.:Byrd Tne
collided has recovered from the shock'
incident to the msihap. In reporting u'luor.
the accident to the police, Fry point-anl a .suspicious nature are the caus
ed out tiiat he had the "right-of-, es named by Meda. CaJdwelj in her
way. over the approaching car. sult again8t T
Friends of Ernest E. Baker ' were day- ' " '
welcoming the well known attorney' Tne couF'e were marrietl at Aiite
upon his return Monday to Salem. ,ope Wasco county, Oregon, October
Mr. Baker has been practicing law 28, 1899- but nav resided at Stayton
In San Diego in addition to taking since. 1910. There are three inmor
special courses at schools there. He children, Maurice J. a son, aged" 19
plans to return to the southern Cal-!"eat's- Portland, and two daughters,
ifornia city and to establish a per-;8"- E. and Jiinta E. 1 and 1!
manent location there. While in Sa years of ae respectively and who
lem lie is visiting his parents at the reside at Stayton.
residence at 1445 Oak street. i j The complaint further alleges that
j Caldwell has subjected his wife to
Funeral services for Frank Hagen-j "cruel anil inhuman" treatmesf nitice
auer, 36, who died at his home tnl'the time of their marriage. While . re
Waconda Sunday," will be held at lhe;siding at Shaniko in 190", Airs. Crtld
chapel of the W. T. Rigdon & Sonlwell was forced to seek employment
Undertaking company at 2 p. m. Tues-in order to support herself and their
day.Rev. Wpodfin will have charge! son, who was IS months old at that
Burial will be in City Viey cemetery., time, she claims. "
- r The petition says that Caldwell
A brass double seated valve, valued! promised to stop excessive drinking
a several -dollars, was Btolen from in 'after his wife returned to her home,
front of his shop Borne time Monday! but that he reverted to the use of
according to a report made to police j liquor and in 1903, his wife was oblig
by K. M. Kightlinger, 1T8" South Lib-ied to accept shelter at the home of
erty street. Police are aiding in the her parents in Buiteville. Since this
search for the stolen property. i time, the complaint tells of subse-
1 quent reconciliation and of the estab-
The theft of a suitcase from her, Hshment of a home at Stayton. Mrs.
son while he was in a restaurant at Caldwell also alleges that her hus-
Oregon City, was reported to police, Dand h8!, maoe faI(5e aceuSation con-
icouver Woolen Mills with headiiuar
ters lr Portland. The new company-
id capitalised at $50.08. - Associated i
with C. M. Bishop in the new corpora
tion are L. R. Steelhanimer of Silver
ton and F. Wv Mason.
Other corporations filing articles to
Northwestern Storage company.
Portland-r 100; H A. Lewis, C. R
Minton and Ira Hutchings.
Port Schwaben Benevolent society.
Portland; E. J. Hoefer, C. Hummel and
Jacob Jackie, Jr..
Superior Leg mid Spar company,
Portland,. 100.000 Harrison G. Piatt,
Palmer L.. Kalier and Arthur Piatt.
MAIHlIS Miss Kate Madffs. at a
local hospital Tuesday. Body at
Webb ClouKh's. Funeral at Cath
olic church Wednesday at 9 a.m.
Burial Catholic cemetery.
Who Tuesday were seeking thu sus
pwted thlet who is believjd to be in
Salem. The theft was reported by Mrs.
J. F. White, 1009 Broadway.
cerning her relation with other men.
The plaintiff is willing that both
parents have Joint custody, care and
control of the three children. No prop
erty rights are involved In the act
ion, although an absolute decree of
Mm Garretson, of Paynesvillc,
Ulnn nnil P. W. HpHrs. nf Salem.
kfflfht out the fihafcr Press of this JJl
dry on Monday and will continue the
tasinees under the firm name of
Cirretson & Sears. Mr. Garretson left
(or bis home via Tacoma, Wash.
Investigation by Officers J. W.
Whita and Verden Moffltt Monday divorce g agked for
i nig.) i revemeu mm a nmii, suHjieciuu
I of being F. C, Jennings, wanted by
I Portland police authorities, was not
the one sought, and he was released.
The man's description answered in
details that of the Mr. Jen
nings who fled Portland Sunday night
and it led police here to believe that
he was the fugitive.
Tedding and birth announcements
printed. Bertelson & Sears, successors
teSiaver Press. Phone 779. B8
Both autos were badly damaged,
and the drivers escaped without in
jury, in a collision Monday evening of
cars driven by A. J. Flnla, 473 North
Cottage street, and a man named Mc-
Willlniriflnn, at ttlA IntprRPntinn of
Patients in the city's isolation hos-!e,(. ,,j it,1ivoi-.itv utreetu The bp.
fital shall have to pay to the city ei(ent wag reported to the police by
ll.lt each day they are interned jj,, ji-jaia.
mere, according to an ordinance pass-, i
ny iner city council Monday night. The Koyal Highlanders meet at the
.oeiee.is pavaoie to tne city neaitn Forl.Paters Hall Monday evening. Af
tflcer, who In turn shall transfer It ter businesB meeting new members,
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Daue, Mrs. John
Shipp and Donald Schaupp were in
itiated. Later Mrs. Fred Straw chair
man of entertainment eommittee serv
ed coffee and cake. Mrs. Straw, Mr.
Two Sitlem men entered the race
for a seat in the demorcat ic national
convention at San Francises this
morning when W. H. Downing and
P. L. Fraxier filed their nominating
petition- with the secretary of states
office. Both are candidates for nomi
nation as delegates from the first dis
trict. Downing asks recognition by the
democratic voters on a platform
which declares tor the ratification of
the peace treaty without reservations
and, enactment of legislation toward
the reconstruction of business inter
ests on a peace basis.
Fraiier wants to ride in on a plat
form which asserts his belief In . the
principles of democracy, laws for the
benefit of all people and -the- early
ratification of the peace treaty. He
will support the party's choice for
To Register By
April 20, 1920
How about your registration? Have
you .changed residence, recently, n
hayo failed to vote within the past two
"Better check up on your voting
privileges," says County Clerk U. O.
Dover. During the past week, voters
in increasing numbers have appenrei!
at the county clerk's office and brought
their registrations- up to date.
Voters have until April 20 In which
to register in order to vote at the
spring primaries, of course this does
not Include registrations kept "valid by
constant residence and participation In
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to the city recorder.
This Week's Drapery special, fan
(jcolorfast Selina cloths In all shades
"Pilar Jl, 73c yard. Hamilton's 53
Mm. E. A. Rhoten, 849 Rural ave-
e, lef Monday night for Roseburg, two weeks from last night,
-attend the funeral of her brother,! ... .
U. CJm,0, whicn WM be h.ld there! Mpe'
Wednesday. Mr, Cannon, died at the ii(,e Jurtge Hacej by friends, H. A.
T-coma general hospital, from pneu- Boat, colored man sent to jail for
onia following an attack of influ- calling a waitress vile, names, was
a. He was a former resident of 'l-eed MonJay n'sht
i?m, Having been employed in the
Dalzel and Mrs. Fashing will furnish
entertainment U their open meeting,,. engt of s,.ll(,m mil llH ,.Un aa ,our
Young Wife Loses
Saying that the court did not think
that the "law contemplates that a man
must support an unchaste woman,"
Judge Unruh in justice court Tuesday,
dismissed the case brought by Mrs.
Mabel Humphreys against her hus-.
band, Harold Humphreys, for nonsup
port. Humphreys, who is 20, was ar
retted several days ago on complaint
of his wife. .Mrs. Humphreys Is about
Testimony revealed that Mrs. Hum
phreys ept company with "many and
diverse" men among who was a man
named Cavanaugh, now out on parole.
He was connected with the robbery of
the Hartman jewelry store several
months ago. Mrs. Humphreys, when
cross-examined by Guy Smith, counsel
for the defense, admitted that she fret
litently spent-her time in the dance
ice of the Daily Statesman
Men don't fail to visit Bishop's
pening of spring hats Wed. 53
All members of the Salem Cher
rians are urged to attend the regular
monthly meeting of the organization
in the auditorium of the High school
at eight o'clock tonight. Special en
tertainment for' the evening has been
provided, and several business mat
ters are scheduled for -consideration,
according to an announcement Tuesday.
The local telephone office has been
by the influenza epidemic, and
wal of the places at the switch
ed are empty. However, with a
"'tain amount nf nntnlHo uit:inr
H office has been able to keep the' g H Heltzel, administrator of the
TtCTtZ UP 10 ftandarif- ate of Matthias Goddle has filed
" noped that the operators who , .. ,
""111 will be able to resume work with Ju''ee w- M- Ponbty, a final ao-
". and that service win be normal count of the estate's administration.
f toe last part of the week.
"en Bishop is opening , up . his
P? line of hats tomorrow. Don't
"ind tne weather but be sure to be
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ance Wednesday night Moose hall
woies free admission. 54
Personal and real property appraised
at $942.09 is accounted for in distri
buttons and disbursements. The coun
ty court has designated April 12. 1H20
as the date for final settlement.
In the estate of Mary A. Bocgs. an
incompetent person, Ezra Maurer,
guardian has been issued an order
confirming the sale of certain prop
erties In Marion county. As the sum
received from the sale and held to
A campaign is .being carried on
suing tne studentg ot vvillamette
"ien(Hy to raise a. fnnrf nf innn receive- irom o.o .
Jtotrn?tJ-th account of ward, $900 is mention.
ork of a number of Willamette, tloned-
ates who are now In the for- ... ,
fields. The drive for funds is be-l According o an announcement at
Pushed by the committee of stud-' the church Sunday, Rev. J. N. Hoov
I"1 ho attended the Student Volun- r of Llndsey, Cal., has been called
""convention in Des Moines in Jan- to the pastorate of the local Baptist
rir. RnV,i,i . , u , ,,.i.eii; Ttev. O. F. Holt,
i-l8 ,n Citnrire or -' --
committee, and he has planned who left for Seattle the first of Feb-
i ne IUnd on a competitive ruary.
uiscover which clasa con-,
Tracey Roland has reiurneu
""""ten the tno rs.
COml to Bishop's tomorrow
" elect your soring hat while the
Jce Wednesday night Moose hull
free admission. 14
to her home In Roeeburg after spen
Ing two weeks with her mother, Mrs.
Delia Smallwood, who has been ill
with Influenza, .'
and five o'clock In the morning with
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The B. A. Shaver printing plant,
occupying business quarters in the Y.
M. C. A. building at the corner of
t-.i . president of the Commercial and cnemeneu. m.,.
rm National Bank, was in Port- has been sold to F. W. Sears and oJhn
-lomtay in response to a busl- Burtleson, who will take immediate
wu- ....... possession. Mr. Seats was formerly
I employed In the state printing -
G'le of tha Phex company, partment. Mr. Shaver contemplates
' going Into the loganberry ousiness.
The lecture to be given under the
auspices of the Marion county chil
dren's bureau which was to have
been held In the Commercial club
Thursday, has been postponed until
March 11, It was announced by Mrs.
oJhn A- Carson, president on Tun-
day. This will oe -
series of monthly lectures Vlr
by the bureau, relative to the health
and care of children. Dr. 13. F. Pound
dentist, is scheduled to lecture at the
next meeting. I
The monthly "coffee" of the Ja-
son Lee ladies aid society will be held
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
No. Northbound '
64 Orfgonian 6:00 am j
16 Oregon Express t:ii a.m
28 Willamette Limited 9.17 a m 1
18 Portland Passenger 1:60 p.m
24 Coos Bay - - 6:35 p.m
14 Portland Express . 7:46 p.m
S3 Oregonlan 8:10 am
23 For Eugene .... 10:05 am
15 California Express 11:05 a.m
17 Roseburg Passenger 4:08 p.m
27 Willamette Limited 6:44 p.m
13 San Francisco Pass 10:03 p.m
73 Arrive at Salem . 9:10 m.m
74 Leave Salem 4:00 p.m
SALEM, FALLS CITY & WESTER
1S1 Leaves Salem, motor .... 7:00 am
163 Leaves Salem, motor .. 9:28 a.m
165 Leaves Salem, motor 1:65 p.m
Thru car to Monmouth and Alrlit
171 Leaves Salem - 6:15 p.m
162 Arrives Salem 8:25 a.m
164 Arrives Salem 11:01 a.m
166 Arrives Salem 3:20 P-m
172 Arrives Salera 7:40 p.m
Train Leave Anlve Arrlrt
No. 'Portland Salem . Eugent
6 Ltd 8:15 am 10:16 am 12:30 pm
7 10:45 am 12:50 pm Salem OBl
t 2:05 pm 4:15 pm 6:36 pm
13 Ltd 4:45 pra 6:40 pm 8:50 pn.
17 6:05pm 8:07 pin Ralem enlj
19 :20pm 11:20 pm jletnonl
North Bank station (leave Jeffer
son street 15 and 20 minute later)
Leave Arrive Arrm
Eugene Salem pprtfantf
7:15 am 9:i8 .om
7:25 am 9:45 am 11:30 am
12:65 pm 2:30 prx
1:56 Dm 4:00 pra 6:60 pm
Salem only 6:30 pm 7:40 pm
J3 4:25 pm r.t pm i:p
North Eanlt station (arrivs Jeffer
con street 15 minutes earlier.)
Leave Cprvallis Arrive Baler.
2:55 pm i ? 5
6:18 pm 7:55 Cm
Leave Salem - Arrive Corvallta
10.13 am 11:37 am
:40 pm , : P
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" WH.MAM FARNUM
I LA TIMES TONIGHT
Monday, March 8
The Great Laugh
And the Great New York
MINUTE? GROWING. .
Direct from Heilig Theatre
PRICES 50c to $2.00
Seat Sale Next Saturday at
Opera House Pharmacy
ii-jn-j- rtvjjnirtsMtwnn . --.Jiff--. trf rp. i jrj-
. SPECIAL . A
"POLLY ANN A',
SATIUDAT 11 A.M.
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STATE STREET ujj.r,,), tw,
fa til . JSdsiOi
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Now On Sale
558 STATE STREET
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See Our Classified Advertisement Under "Poultry"
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Using the Echo Organ Almost
A Stirring Drama, Revealing The Charm and Emo
tional Power of Miss Ferguson
CHOP SUEY & CO.
A Lloyd Comedy
Meet Me At Meyers-
Importation of Philippino Hand
CJ Fnipfnnp Chomhp
mm I f If 'V- a J jLr w VIIVIIMV
l'With yV-Necic, Round Neck and
Round And "V" Necks
These garments are made from a very High Quality of
"Fine Nainsook" and are strictly hand-made in every de
tail and particular.
The Embroidery Designs are new and exceptionally
daintythe work displaying needleship only possible by
experts. We have bought these garments in all sizes and
priced them close for quick selling. Whether an intended
purchaser or not, you will appreciate seeing these beautiful
productions by the Phillippino craftsmen. Visit the Linger
TOMORROWS BIG SALE
Silk and Cotton Poplins
Sale Opens 8:30. No Phone Orders. ONE DA Y ONLY.
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