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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
fill Around Town
jfHtl near . ur
1 Regular open
u.ir ! "
The B"11"' ---or.
E. C Conklin.
I o. Open meeting.
Union. Labor nan.
' March 11-Lectur, In Com
.Jrchl dub; auspices Marion
,' children's bureau. 1
"?ir 12 Commercial club
.tsociate members. 8 p. m. at
Mar. 12 Lecture by
. rmnii. auspice of
r.urue, library, 8 p. m.
ir 13Meeting of Salens
Women's club. Commercial
v-.r 12 Meeting of Three
,:.b virile club, home
v- Chas. Cameron,
Mar. 15. Council meeting.
city hall. "
Mar. 17 St. Patrick bene
fit dance under the auspices
of the Salem Senators, arl
Mar. 18 Raby clinic for
children under normal, Com
March 26. Women's republi
can club meeting, armory.
Frank Bohn Thursday
The library board hopes to open
the public library. State and Winter
streets, at nine o'clock Friday morn
ing, according to an announcement
today by Miss Flora 41. Case, libra
rian, ine library has been closed for
more than two weeks while being re-
pairea rrom damage sustained in
Shamrock Center brick ice cream
for the occasion. March 17 th. Order
now. Any ice cream dealer will take
your order. Buttercup . Ice Cream Co.
Allies to Receive
From This Country
Washington. Mar. 19. The
allied governments will receive
no further loans from the
American government. Secre
tary Houston announced to
day. Loans made to the allies to
date total S9,65.9a4,649.4. of
the ten billions authorized by
congress. Mr. Houston said,
and it was not deemed advis
able to utilize the remainder of
The theft of his bicycle from Wal
ler hall, Willamette university cam
pus, some time Tuesday afternoon,
was reported to police by E. K. Brock
1435 13th street.
ATTEMPTS TO SHOV
B1SBEE TRIAL Fib
'Sheriff's Office Is
Busy Receipting Tax
The r.jiue Tribune fx sks of "i
positively amuing adiiHiiist; alive i-i
etetiey of both Lenine and Trwtsky.'
Tai money is pouring into the;
"It is one mad country America,"
county coffers at the rate of ilMO'!" -yrlce Maeterlinck.
...... ; . , au.ff w T
l' ' Rwiums ....... " -J i ,
eedham. A continuous line of tux- FT j j Jj
" - i Payers kl the crew in the receipt 1 of --
(department busy during the week' y jre tratfc
Aril., Mar. 1 -Efforts days. I !? externmllv wiih.'
... - . i In ..).! i. I.,.. rt tkij, a thnu.ahiFrl V V -
icrew is wormng upon tax statements,
intent and day. Sheriff Needham re-
between the testimony given by Fred port, (hat this work will soon be com- jYf BOoV4uaho 3C'.60.i0
W. Brown, a deputy sheriff of Co-, pleted. as the "G" section of the roll
ehiso county, during a preliminary 'is now being mailed out, about a day
hearing held at Douglas, Ariz., last, being required for three letters In
of W. H
, 'are best treated f.
wternsllj;" with; V
summer in connection with the Bisbee.the alphabetical arrangement of
Large Bond Issue
Frauds, Shows Up
Warrenton, Or., Mar. 10. Warren
ton voters yesterday affirmed the re-
A bicycle, stolen from (iordon Brun
nell. 208 Court street, March 8, was; suit of the November election, creat
found hidden in a ditch near his j ins dock commission and authoriz
home Tuesday by A. Turpin. 2003 1 ins the issuance of 1350,000 bonds , to
Waller street, Tuesday pveninK. The! Purchase and Improve waterfront prop
j bicycle was recovered by Traffic Of-jerty. This was carried by a vote of
. fleer Moffitt and returned to its own-, '09 to 91.
r. i The proposition, to issue $150,000 in
SOCTUKHX PACIFIC CO.
deportations, anil that given by him .names. (54 Or gonlan
(today, were the feature of today's Sheriff Needham repeats his re-' IS Oregon Express
morning session in the trial of Harry iquest that parties desiring inform-'j8 Willamette Limited
IE. Wootton, hardware dealer of Bis-jtion or statement concerning; their I J l,3"11" Passenger ...
Ibee. Aria., charged wltn kidnaping in! taxes, desist from the use of the ph . 7 VT, rl.T
connection with the deportations. (phone in making Inquiries, but thatj"" Southbound
Brown, who is a resident of the 1 lne request oe mane oy leuer, a er-
Warren Mining district whh.-h in-'i'te description of the property,
eludes Bisbee, was the first witness lota and blocks being included.
to be heard. He took the stand in be-j
half of the state almost immediately! Pastries and cakes may be baked
after the names of the twelve men 'and sold only two days a week in
who were to serve as jurors In the' France. Flour shortage.
case were announced. j ,
"In the examining trial held in! Scientifically speaking, the most de-
by!si For Euirene
Friday, March 12, at S p. m. there
will be a basket social at the Swegle
i school. The public Is Invited and
bonds to purchase a specific tract of
waterfront at $1530 an acre, which
was also carried in November,, was de
feated, 84 to 171. Of this bond issue
Court House News.
Circuit Court .
..,y vs Leona Day.
Branch vs L. S. Lambert.
William K. Kitton. estate.
William F. Kitton estate. Adminis
William V- Kitton, estate. Petition
ior letters of administration.
Callieta Moore, estate. Inventory
In the matter of the estate of Ken
uth Moore. Wilbur Moore, Harold
Moore and Donald Moore, minors,
wntory and appraisement.
Emma Moore, estate. Pinal account
Emma Moore, estate. Order fixing
time for hearing final account.
LeRoy R. Fox, 29, of Portland, a
farmer, to Olena Dandurand, 21,
good time assured. Miss Elta L.
I'lett I $ 152.000 is now held by the state.
Word has been received in Salem
that Leland D. Secor, formerly a res
ident of this city, died at his home,
202 V4 McMillan street, Portland.
March 6. Funeral services were held
By Court Decision
Douglas in July 1919, did yon not I scrlptire designation of the 1
testify that you tried to run Wootton that of "migratory workers. "
out of business?" Mr. Burges asked, 1
Bron on ross examination after j
the latter repeatedly had, testified HnHBBnSHB9BBMBRH
that ootton nad "forced him into a
circle of armed men at the point of
a cocked gun."-
"Not that I rememher," the witness
"Did you not say then that you
would have done so if you could?" !
"I don't remember." ;
"Regardless of what you said of
your purpose, was it true that It
was your purpose to drive him out
"It was not true."
Did you not answer 'oh, yes' when
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. 9:17 a-ro
1:5 p. in
. 7:45 pm
. S:10 a.B
10 05 a-m
IS California Exprem
It Roeeburg Passenger . .s P-n
87 Willamette Limited ...... 44 p.w
IS Sau Francisco Pass... 1:0S p m
7J Anlve at Salem :10 a ni
7 Leave Salem 4:00 pro
SALEM, FALLS CITY & WESTER
YV. V. Is id Leaves Salem, motor .... 7:00 a.m
183 Leanps Salem, motor .... S:5 a-r
'155 Leaves Salem, motor 1:55 pm,
Thru car to Monmouth and Ain
1T1 Leaves Salem p.na
1113 Arrtvea Salem :S5 a:n-
1(4 Arrives Salem 11 00 m-m.
Mi Arrivea Salem -. 1:29 pea.
17J Arrives Salem 7:4 p.m.
Train Leane Arrive Arrtr
No, Portland Salem Eugeae
i Ltd 8:1a KiH 10:15 am 12:30 pm
T 10:45 am 12:50 pm Salem only
t 3:0 pm 4:15 pm 6:38 pra
13 Ltd 4:43 pm 8:40 pin 8:it nt
17 0.05pm 8:07 pm Saiemonlr
1 9:20pm 11:20 pm S item only
North Bank station (leave Jeffer
sod street 18 and 1 minutes later)
Train Iave Arrive Arr?r
No. Eugene Salera PovttaicJ
7:15 ara 1:3J ens
10 Ltd 7:35 am 8:45 am ll:30a
tl 12:0!i pm 9:30 pra
U Ltd U55 pm 4:04 pm 5:50 pm
!0 Suiemouly 5:30 pm 7;40 pni
23 4:25 pm 7:M pm 10:00 pm
:orth Bivn k station (arrive Jeffer
son street 15 minutes earlier.) 'Leave
Corvallis. .COltVAI-l.lS COXXECTIONS
Leave Corvallia Arrive Salem
8:20 am 9:45 am
3:35 pm 4:00 put
8:18 pin 7:55 pm
Leave Salem Arrive Corvallle
10:15 am 11:37 am
8:40 pm 8:00 pm
4:13 pm 5:40 pm
Washington. Mar. 10. The loss to
Tuesday, March 9, and burial was in j the government as a result of the su-
well known in ale,i. His son. Harold : dividends not taxable as income will to,..we,rt,on W8S asked you Do"B'
T. Sann, iit.iu ., .li,.I,.,it V, n l. , im . . ,, .
u. .jvvv n,uii, ,n iiic oe . nearly nan a ouuon aouars, ac-,
high school during his residence j cording to an estimate today by Com-1
here. . ' missioner of Internal Revenue Roper.
Mr. Roper said a hasty search indi
cates that $70,000,000 paid in 1917 i
In the university debate tryout
held In the First Tresbyterian church
Monday night, Bernard Ramsay, the
leader of the freshman team which
won in the inter-class debates, took
first place. Sheldon Sackett took sec
ond place, Howard George third and
Frank Bennett fourth. These four
men will compose the team which
will compete in the triangular and
dual debates scheduled for the lat
in I ter part of this month with Pacific
i university, McMinnville college and
College of Puget Sound.
and 1918 will have to be returned
while the loss In uncollected taxes in
1919 will be $100,000,000 and that for
Mr. Burgls persisted reading from
a paper said by Mr. Burges to.be a
transcript of Brown's previous tes
timony. "If I did, I was mistaken," Brown
Meet Me fit Meyers1
Salem Is Entitled to a
. j i -
IT-IT'S UP TO YOU
"WITT 13 Marvin Albert Witte, four
years, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
J. Witte, 1996 Court street, Wed
aesdoy at 3:4 a. m.
Funeral at chapel ef Webb and
Ornish at 2 p. ,m. Thursday. Burial
City View cemetery.
Addison Bennett, the veteran journ
alist, la in Salem to ascertain the
status of the flax experiment at the
state prison und the prospects of the
revival of the induslry for the Ore-gonian.
TEHK1NS To Mr. and Mrs. Benja
min R. Perkins, 3410 North Front
street, Tuesday evening1 at five
o'clock, a nine pound boy. .
Hear "Revolutionary Europe," a
lecture at the armory Thursday night
Love, watchmaker, jeweler, Salem.
Ben R. Perkins, representative of
the Metropolitan Life Insurance com
pany, Tuesday evening became the
fraud father of a nine epound boy.
Hoth the youngster and Mrs. Perkins
are doing well, it was said Wednesday
After a ten days visit In southern
Oregon, where they have been look
ing after interests of the Oregon
Growers Cooperative association,
Seymour Jones and Professor C. I.
Lewis returned to Salem Tuesday. Ac
cording to Mr. Jones and Professor
Lewis, Medford, Grants aPss, Rose
burg and other southern Oregon
towns are enthusiastic about the as
sociation and are taking an active in
terest in its affairs.
Air Mail Carrier
Burned To Death
"How do you know you were mis
taken?' the defense counsel asked.
"I have since Investigated."
"You mean you have Investigated
your own purpose, do you?" ' 1
"Yes, sir."- .
Elkhart, Ind., Mar. 10. A govern
ment airplane-mail carrier, identified
by marks ou his clothing as Lieutenant
Clayton Stoner of Ohio, was burned to
death in his airplane when it fell near
New Paris, Ind., about 10 a. m today.
Stoner probably became lost in the
mist and was seeking the Wabash rail
road, which the mail carriers follow
dally in their flight over this section
of the. country.
By order of Judge Unruh Wednes
day the case of Walter Eberhnrdt
against Jack Hess, Involving a charge
of larceny by bailee, was continued
until Thursday morning. Hess is
charged lit a complaint sworn to by
Eberhardt of disposing of a suit of
clothes loaned him by Eberhardt.
Final account has been filed by
Arthur H. Moore in the estate of Em
ma Moore: County Judge Bushey has
set April 12 as the date for final
Tips Father Off
To Burglar Man
New York, Mnr. 10. Charles Rey
nolds Jr., nged tt.ee. waa the detect
ive that "tipped off" his father, a
New York policeman, that a man
was trying to break Into an apartment
and caused the burglars arrest.
Within the family circle Charley
had fathered that men who tamper-
j ed with locks were not supposed to
be allowed the freedom of the city,
so when ht and hla father were vis
iting his gmndtarents" he took a
stroll thru the hallwaya of the opart
Washington, Mar. 10. An author-1 ment house. He aaw a young man
ized peace time army of 289,000 en-! tampering with a lock and concluded
listed men and 17,820 officers, was 'the matter would Interest his father,
approved today by the house, whK-n Charley and his father overpower
by a vote of 79 to 24 refused to amend td the burglar. ,
the army reorganization bill so as to
fix the maximum strength at 220
men und 14,200 officers.
Peace Time Army
HUM WLVB DOF.S HEAVY
DAMAGE NEAR SAN l!K.;o
''"I American Colony
In Moscow Looks
What Is the matter with
Dr. Bohn will tell you.
James Holland, affiliated with a
aoine building organization at Eu
e, came to Salem Wednesday, and
"ill spend a few days as the guest of
T. E. McCroskey, manager of the
William F. Kitton, who died in
Marion county, March 8, left an es
tate of $1440. He is survived by a
brother, C. F. Kitton, Peoria, 111.,
who Is named as the only heir. Geo.
Spaniol is. appointed administrator of
the estate and George Keech, Henry
Smith and J. T. Kearus are named as
San Diego, Cal., Mar. 10. Dam
ages to property estimated at $10.
000, with the serious Injury ot one
man and two others badly hurt, was
done here early this morning by a
heavy wind storm which hit an out
lying section of the city.
Moscow, Man 7. Members of thej
American colony here, some of whom!
are in need of food and clothing, are
making anxious inquiries as to what
(steps the state department In Wash-:
ihigton is taking to enable them to
. - i Ket back to the TJnltecl States. The
?;ven the illiterate native of Egypt I departure of Frank North, chaplain
have become millionaires In amazing of the English church here, has re
numbers because of the boom in cot-', moved the chief suurce of supplies,
ton, aa he was' represenlatlve of the Brit-
. I Bh Red Cross in Moscow. It is said
England hasi-received SltO tons of this worn win now oe cam ui. u,
dves from Germany the French Red Cross.
Max Oehlhar, Hazel Gcarhart and
Robin Day, appraisers of the estate
of Wong Him have returned a report
of personal propprty valued at $6,
800. The heirs are: Wong Him Tin,
55, widow and Wong Soo, a son, 26,
. . . tnotn residents oi sam nun
e rZri -. in the cou;ty of Houie Sa,
&me building. .I- ,th. - a. . of Hung H C .In.. A
Monday empowers the administratrix
to send the body to China.
JOURNAL CLASS ATS RE!X IT i JOURNAL CLASS ADS SELL IT
Our showing this Spring is
the best ever.
The Quality cannot be excel
led and the range of designs is
Dark shades predominate
but of such charming softness
that at once appeals and capti
vates. 38 inches wide. Range of price
You Can Always Do Better At
Who Always Does Better By You
New Novelties in Bead
Necklaces. They are very
popular. Notion Dep't.
Bailee at Query's hall, Llvesley sta
tion Friday evening. 81
Police were searching Wednesday
ter a purse, belonging to D. L. Spauld
tag. which contained "$50 in curren
y. a contract for property and a re-
"eipt for an abstract and was lost
Tuesday. The loss was reported at
headquarters Wednesday morning.
Police Wednesday held a bkcle.
found in the brush along North 11th
net. which, they sail, would be giv-
to the owner upon Identification
of property. The bicycle had not been
ported to police as stolen.
Special meeting of De
Molay Commandrey No. 5.
K. T. this evening. Work in
the Temple degree, and a
visit of the grand comman
der. Visiting 8Ir Knights
Wanted For Land
Portland, Or., Mar. 10. Carlos L.
Bvron. Portland attorney, convicted
of misusing the. malls in pVomoting a
hind location scheme and who was
at liberty on a stay or coinnmmem,
surrendered In federal court here to
day and will leave this evening ior
McNeil' Island to begin a sentence
of fifteen months imprisonment.
iii nlso nay a fine of $1000. ine
stay had been granted in order that
Byron might appear tor tnai u.
.,hi on similar charges.
Withdrawal of the stay of execu
tion in Byron'i case was ordered by
Federal Judge C. E. Wolverton Mon
day on showing by United States As
sistant Attorney Ceneral A. F. Fle
,i,.i Ttvrnn had (continued his
COLLF.tiE UENS W IN
Corvallis, Or-,' Mar; 19. First place
in the western Washington egg lay
ing contest for February has been
, hv five Barred Rock hens en
tered by Oregon Agricultural college
i.th a record of 474 eggs for the
four months In the contest. It wso
announced today. The college pen i
leading all others with ar, average of
94.8 eggs a ben, 23.7 eggs a month.
1 -The black bass." says Dr. Jamerl
A. Henshall, famous angler. "Is mck,
for Inch and pound f pound tho
garr.est fibh that swims. "
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M IF .
A Heart to Heart
With a Girl
To you girls and women with the ambition,
stamina and courage to earn your own living,
this is a little message of appreciation and sug
gestion. You fill a big space in the affairs of the
world today and a nation doffs its hat in homage.
Employers, eager for your services, bid for your
time and fafeif in our Want Ad columns. Among
them you'll almost surely find just the place you're
looking for. Cr better still try & Want Ad of
your own. Employers read cur Want Ads daily.
Snappy Want AJc Lih Thtf Get Rttamt:
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Both, Employe and Employees find our Want
Ads give quick returns. Make it a ai-y practice
TIIE 'DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL "WANT' ADS PAY
We Are Pleased to Announce
Mrs. L. C. Harris
Special representative of the Cameo Corsets will
bewiihusMarchll, 12,13, to demonstrate and
give individual fittings. This is your opportunity
to get a corset that is designed to fit different pe
culiarities of various figures and to give scientif
ic support to every organ of your body.
DonH fail to attend the demonstration at 466
yu State Street
SALEM NEEDS A HOSPITAL-SUBSCRIBE