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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
!ah Around Town
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Wanted, fat hens, Slousloff BrvW.
Market. Highest price paid, rhone
Hubert Swser is the contractor name j in t?tat city. In the Salem delegation! Willamette university will be repre-
to build the addition.
h 1 1 Lector h Com
f. ,sDicea Marion
f- , Commercial club
Jember 8 P- m. at
' !'Ubi--Lecture by Pro-
ff'n's ' club. Commercial
' unkWdle'club. home of
chas. Cameron, orth
!1Jar.rl5 -Council meeting.
d "i:-St. Patrick bene-
under the auspices
fl: TJ. salem Senators.
! dJ.dren under normal. Com
i Derelal club.
"6. n jaicit a
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To enable the principals to file a
brief. Judge Vnruh, following the
i hearing la his court Thursday morn'
lug, took the testimony in the case ot
J. Bier against M. A. Graham, allee.
CUSTER Sarah Jane Custer, ajied
76 years, March 10 at the home of 'ins unlawful possession of propefy
ner niece, Mrs. H. A. Richmond, under advisement. Bier contends that
1439 North 4th street.
Body in charge of Terwillieer home
Funeral Friday at 2 p. m. from the
Highland Friends church and burinl
in the I. O. O. F. cemetery.
An- additional appropriation of
JJtioo with which to build an eight
stall garage at the company's plant
lata and Oak streets, has been ob
tained by the local branch of the As
sociated Oil company, according to
R. O. Smiling, district manager.
Thursday. The eompany has just com
Aluttlt At. Kelly is appoint- . 1 a!'iim
of colleges and universities in the state istrauts of the estate of K. Y. Kelly,
share of the taxes, but pay no mure.'
wore C hi Knowland, N. l. Kiliott. sented by Paul Wapato, Friday even-
Frank Jaskoski, Lee Unruh, Arthur; lag at Forest Grove, when a number
Rahn and Edgar Rowland.
1 i will compete for the oratory chain- j who died March J. 192. E. C. l-r-
Dorothy Evelyn, infant daughter ' pionship of the state. Mr. YVapato h;srick, C.eorge F. Peed and K. L. Wood,
of Mr. and Mrs, Joe Beck. 4;i South made a reputation for himself in this are appointed appraisers of the piop-
1 Graham leased a shop- at iis Che-! pIwed the enlargement of the plant s, tne direction of the Terwilliger home.
' . . - ... miijirin- (inA with th.-. itPM-tinn nf;
meKeta street lor a bicycle store, and i "T " " 7" r " , .V
High street, died at the family resi- particular branch, and his friends are
dence today. The child was 29 days confident that he stands a fair show of
old. The funeral will be held Samr carrying off the honors. His oration
day in the Catholic cemetery under is entitled "Amerieanitation.
BECK Dorothy Evelyn Beck,
fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Beck. March 11,
. Body in charge of Terwili'iser
home. Burial will be in the Catholic
Shamrock Center brick Ice cream
for tha occasion. March 17th. Order
now Any ice cream dealer will take
your order. Buttercup Ice Cream Co.
The Women's Missionary society of
the Presbyterian church will hold its
regular monthly meeting Friday af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock, in the church
parlors. A record attendance is expected.
began th operation of a junk shop.!
this garage it will be one of the most
of theicomIe'e ,ne st3te"
A man about 29 years old. whose
name was- not given to police, was
struck and knocked down bv a taxi
driven by R. R. Stephen, at H:!9 p.
m. Wednesday, it was reported to po
lice. The wan was uninjured. The
accident occurred at the comer of
State and Liberty streets.
City firemen were railed to the
home of Mrs. E. T. Adair, 36S North
Liberty street, at about 9:30 a. m. to
day to extinguish a small chimney
blase that was exciting neighbors No
damage was done to the house.
The Interests of William McGil
christ. Sr.. In the Royal Cafeteria
have been purchased by A. B, Mc-
Killop. and the new owners plan to
begin .a complete renovation and re
modeling of the place in the near fu
ture. Mr. McKiUop was formerly the
owne of a restaurant in Albany, and
is cognisant of the business. L. L.
Tweedale is the other owner of the
After three weeks away with influ
enza, Charles W. Niemeyer. promi
nent Sfin real estate man returned
to his offices and work In (he Ma
sonic building Thursday. Mrs. Nie
meyer, and child, who have also been
ill with influensa, are convalescent
'Court House News.
Hall vs. V. R- Hall.
i Harriott K. Hall
'Hidings in 1
f'certnnle Tuleja vs.. Jacob Ttileju.
e j- ...,,1 fnnnlllRinn of
vs. W. R. Hall.
and conclusions of
For Sale, $500, 7 percent mortgage
secured by loganberry ranch. Room 1.
Bayne building. 61
Harry Benson of Pendleton, a
orother of Arthur S. Benson, clerk of
the supreme oourt, is in Salem on a
visit with relatives.
Dance at Query's hall, Livesley sta
tion Friday evening. 61
vs. Jacob Tuleja.
-'iadings o fact
I Mark Aspinwall vs. F. E. Mangle
Lid B J. ManKis, partners doing buaa
L,M jlangis Brothers. Stipulation.
Annie M. Rtwhliv vs. Delliert Bushby
,ad veil Bushby. Affidavit of Lydia
Vilwn, niotherof minor defendants.
innie M. Ilushhv vs. Delbert Bushby
,na Veda E. Bushby. Application- to
place on motion docKet.
Lydia Humphreys estate. Order
m(ins citation to issue.
Lydia Humphreys estate. Inven
tory ami appraisement.
Lydia Humphrevs estate.' Petition
(or license to sell real estate.
H. II. Eidgeway estate. Petition for
H. H. Ridgeway estate. Order grrant-
M allowance to widow.
Daily Statistics. .
HIXDS Mrs. Nellie Hinds, at a hos
pital here Wednesday. Body sent to
Portland Thursday by Webb
The annual open meeting of the
Oman's Mission circle of the First
Baptist church will be held at the
church Friday evening at 7:30. All
women of the parish are invited t
Cooked Food Sale The Central
Circle of the First Christian church
will conduct a cooked foo;l sale at
Buren's furniture store, 179 North
Commercial street, Saturday March
13th. - 02
The need of men and women to
work on farms, in the city and Iu. log
ging ramps and sawmills is great, ac
cording to an announcement at the
municipal labor bureau in the city
hall tpday. City Recorder Race said
that he could place 15 men at good
wages In sawmills and on farms.
There are several positions fur loggers
at ii per day and up, open, he said,
The offices of W. M Smith, county
school superintendent, present a busy
scene these days, as the office forces
' are occupied in getting out the 'coun
ty library report. Order sheets will
then be filled out and sent to the
rarious county schools in order that
they may secure the books they desire
for the coming year. Ten cents a
child is allowed In the lax budget
for the purchase of books for the
school library, and socials are often
Riven in the different schools to swell
the fund. In some cases a part of the
year's school budget is used for this
An auto driven by W. D. Penns.
302 Belmont street, Portland, was
damaged considerably when it collid
ed with a Southern Pacific switch
engine this morning at the corner of
Front and Center streets. Pearls es
caped without Injury. The accident
was reported at police headquarters.
' Mrs. Susan Burkholder, proprietor
of the Salem lodging house on North
Commercial street, who has leased
the old Cottage hotel at the corner
of Front-and Court street, Is having
the latter place reiujvated and made
into modern three room housekeeping
Spring comes and goes, so do Bish
op's spring suits. Have you seen
yours? It is here. Salem Woolen Mills
A bicvele was stolen from (lene
Kennedy, at the V. M. C. A., Wednes
day night, according to a report m
police headquarters Thursday morn
ing. A description of the stolen bicycle
was given police, who are seeking the
The body of Mrs. Nellie Hinds. 21
who died here at a hospital Wednes
day, was sent to Portland, in charge of
her husband, Elmer H. Hinds, Thurs
day morning by the Webb & Clouga
company. The funeral and burial will
be in that city.
Monday and Tuesday of next Week
have been set as the dates for the in
terclass basketball series at Willam
ette university, instead of Thursday
and Friday of this week as was form
erly planned. According to present
arrangements the juniors and seniors
erty involved, which is valued ut Jl.
909. The kin and nearest heirs are:
Mattie M. Kelly, widow, tiervals:
Mildred K. Kelly, daughter, Oregon
City; Vernon F. Kelly, son, Portland:
Olive E. Cleros. daughter. Oregon
City; Harold W. Kelly and Laurence
C. Kelly, sons, tiervais; Ethel M.
Mrs. Helen U Linn uf Seattle, a
former Salem resident and well
and freshmen will known here is visiting friends in this
meet on Monday and the winners will
clash on Tuesday,
Fifteen Kimlwll students and three
faculty members took part in the
stunts in connection with, the program
given at the First Methodist church
Wednesday evening. The program was
as follows: Selection. Kimball chorus;
invocation. A. W. WHhnell; reading,
Alfred Bates; vocal solo. Miss Lucile
Barton; piano solo. Professor T. S.
Roberts; whistling solo. Mrs. C C.
Clark; reading, Mi Ronald Glover;
solo, P. M. Blenklnsop; address. Dr.
H. J. Talbott; piano solo. Miss Bruce
city, being entertained at the Kusll
The Women's Alliance of the t"ni
tarian church will meet with Mrs. C
S. Hamilton, 290 Front street, Friday
afternoon at 2:39 o'clock.
E. J. Law and wife and baby have
recently located in Salem. Mr. Law
was formerly manager of the Pacific
Power and Light company branch at
Hood River. Ho is at present connect
ed with Shipleys.
A number of local men went to
Portland Wednesday to attend the
meeting of the employing printers
which was held In Multnomah hotel
The lecture of Dr. Frank Rutin,
which, it was announced, would be
held in the armory ' Wednesday even
ing, will be held this evening instead.
Dr. Bohn has chosen "Revolutionary
Europe" as thetoplc of his lecture, and
having recently returned from Europe
where he made a special study of con
ditions, he Is well qualified to speak
upon the subject, according to numer
ous press reports from eastern cities
where he has lectured.
J. F. Day filed divorce piMceouinga
Wednesday against Lora Day. In his
complaint Day charges -that contin
ued abuse and ill treatment Inflicted
upon him by his wife, caused him to
finally leave his home and to ask the
courts for relief. Day, in his petition,
alleges that when he started from
home on March 6 to get a divorce that
his wife handed him his rifle with
the admonition "take this along and
flow your damned brains out." He
further charges that his spouse call
ed his mother "old devil," "old hag"
and "old hussy," At another time he
alleges that she told him that she had
met one of his "lady friends on the
street anil had slapped her face
good." The couple were married in
Salem October 2a, 1997. There are
no children und no property rights
Jerome F. Jones, 409 south 19th
street. Salem, has filed his declara
tion of candidacy for the assessorship
of Marion county. In his prelltninnry
statement, Mr. Jones declares that, if
elected, he will assess all property
without favoritism. As a slogan, the
candidate's statement is "pay 'your
Judge Bingham granted a decree
of divorce Wednesday, to Harriet E.
Hall from her husband, W. R. Hall.
Mrs. Halt who la 65 yea rs of age al
leges that her husband deserted her
during August, 1917. The couple were
married In Salem, November 29, 1919
Her former name of Harriet B. Wells
was restored to her.
The second divorce granted by
Judge Bingham. Wednesday was (tiv
en to Gertrude Tuleja from her hus
band Jacob Tuleja. She is given the
right to use her former name of
(Jertrude E. Wait. The couple were
married In August, 1919. No propwty
rights were Involved.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
Head 6r cKes"?
,ar best treated?,
An addition, costing more than S900
will be made to the Capital City Steam
Laundry, 121S4 Broadway, soon. A
permit to erect the new part to the
building was issued Thursday by Dep
uty City Recorder Mark Paulson.
DOROTHY D ALTOS' ,
"HIS WIFE'S FRIEND"
PORTLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Have you done your duty as a Citizen in Hospital Campaign
Each season brings " forth
new triumphs in BON TON
front lace Corsets, and this
year the designers have out
done themselves in the crea
tion of STYLE, BEAUTY,
The typical ROYAL WOR
CESTER wearer is among the
best dressed women in her
community. Royal Worcester
Corsets meet the
your LlHtK 1 1 or viliuki
If vou can buy mora LIBERTY
If vou Must sell
bonds tell to ua.
or VICTORY bonds buy frem us.
at the New York market
GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL BONDS
Writ for ducrlpttvt drtubn us booklet.
MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc.,
Morrio BuiUint. 309-1 1 Strfc Street a
We buv and sell
By Parcel Post, Prepaid
Romeaude Socials, $1.25 per lb.
ML Hoti Ckt J!cs, $1, 2, 3 I S, Ut
Oiegoi Ckcolatu, $2.00 ptr pound.
THE HAZELWOOD CONFECTIONER & UESTIRANT
388 WMhington Street, Portland, Oregon.
Motor Car Repairing k Kaehtut
0 !?;!' ; !rw .
Jf I..t'ixi! TrX
laTTTTTTWITAT w Py Hightrt Mrkt JViee lor Butterm
Bond your una and wt will nil rou cos aUtio.
BIVEKVIEW DAIRY COMPANY, imMmut St.
105 Third SL,
UDELL k CLARKE
v suit and
and us be it
SEND FOR LITERATURE
GROUND GRIFPER SEOE S10SES
M tt Wuk. BdMt. rMlu4. Omm.
7M gt IMm Am. Iww WuklmlM
ments of the
Boom II par dn md p. Psl ntntMy ntt
Cvtl-town TtaltoM tfrt t btm.
BtraUMrn Ptelfic atectne tn dwl la Maw
tut AMr .. to . 4tb. fOBTLAHP, OBH
Ask Your Grocer
HAYKES-FOSTEK BAKING CO.
SALES! EASING CO, Sika. Ok.
flUSIC TAUGHT SUCCESSFULLY BY CORRESPONDENCE.
Pi.no nd oil bond ml orchwtral inntnimcntt. rmnnal ;tentiono fri a lrKl teacher.
A wu.ni :b)uI iur wultro uupilfc Ko lw uta Betmwi !!..
MODERN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, 148. 13th St., Portland, Ore.
tive for C-
;(lc Steam Washer. Demonstration
w.Ws- mai'hmo. Liberal CoinmtssiiMi.
Write tuilay for dotails.
PACIFIC COAST SALES CO.,
Distributors. 15 3d. St., rortlanil, Oie
Rhpiimatlum and lumtago in their
worst furmi can be permanently re
lieved by taking
Ask your drugftlit to procure 11 for
you. Mix 8A1.URKNB wltb olive oil
and tke a directed.
We Maike Ffuff Rugs From
Your Old Carpets
TtHft runs, nil iters. nrtlriM prompt.
rtuKti Htul (Hive I h vitnm atul dry rleMitnl,
f'hun or wrilf fr ptk list. tfav solu
itoi'a oo mini oirf
Northwest Rug Co.
Ut E. E!-hlh St. ot 3IML '
Tao clMtura of your trlf to Port
land will depond upon t hoUl you
golect. Coiy urroundliifa, mt1ratn
rates, and tha wvlcoma fnv f)Ki In
your own dome towa, await ywa at
Garage m CeaaetUeia,
Distributor! Evirtatly Storaaa Dai:ent
Cr and Tractor Maa
netoo, Cttx-ratora unit
Starting Motura Re
lift Honk Ttefrrw.i'fB.
Mull ua nugn'toti.
. EleclricScrt ice Auto C
301 Oak, bet ParkA9ih
Intr bl!.t r:'l rinrciar, W
terry irry.irr in lnir"
KttbW Gcvdit. Ebullc Ho
lrr. He., ft nil tiay iitiafw.
LAUK-UAVm Utti iiU
Tnn b i perm
You Can't Break Tml
Oat 8rhi(ttwH wrtttta (aanntn far row.
1S.0GO SjHbsi SlotL Pettkni On
Corsets of ineffable Charm
Their Style is Created by the World's
A specially designed
corset for warm
The woman who insists
on an absolute smooth
ness of back with flaw
less lines will cherish
just such beautiful mod
els as the new spring
lines consists, A beauti
f ul assortment of popu
We can use unHmitH amounts of
rOUltrVmen Strictly Fresh, full size White Efigs
VMHi;v at a premium over market quotations. Write'
ua adviing amount you have to offer each
1 n I week durinlS: the eeaaon.
Attention! MUTUAL CREAMERY CO.,
THI IN vvuivii.1.-
SMir, MaaaUy, TMiaf HlakU.
Sa. Maa. Tum. WW. Alteraaeae
Sl WL Wa3teailiail.
MM, lata II . . ISr75a
If vou only knw the aitiiiilii.g bn
fltn to be rttlvl from this J.ltf-filv-Ing,
lleulth-Ktatoriii(, liiv,t.iutli a
' ' GENEHATOR
you would not ha without 'one for
ninny limn Ita imall tout
i ifa book tella tha whole atonr.
CaKO Bldg., Portland, Ore.
VT nUfI?I?Q TON SET U t LORAL CO.
tLU WtlliX O TbeBuKwf Flewttl FOR All OCCASIONS
Phtmtl Maht SJOi
JUJ IVotAMotoa St,
Tin at Hit lhi
SULLIVAN HIDE & WOOL CO.
lit Kraal St.
1W. t ... J,a.W .-i-af..'!. m
i, QUEEN CITY 2rs55wS
rnnKe your worn ai,rniriw iw.
bt reaulta. We vy puai-
A Moderatnly.Prlrao) Hotel of Merit
laat Morrleen t. and leak Sixth
11.21 par Day. Two hi a Hcom, H.Te.
MODERN TORCH CO.
Oy-Aoetyli tV-IOma Kmilpnient and
Supiillea. Will" it ratuliii'ii-.
329; j Eaet Mornton St.
in Grand Ave., Portland.
Keep t Korihwcat Pioaperaua by
uafig Nort sweat en Ma4 Ceode.
IAS EROS., Inc.
Wken in Portland try thU RESTAURANT
Good Service Moderate Prices.
Riih leva Towa. '108 Hia .. hi w f"i
1 e''"Bj LllaTlpa
V-rSrrtj fomuHin, ore.
I 11 11 aaiiMriKiaiajMiiiii
Styles for every type of figure now ready for you to select from
You Can Always Do Better at
Who Alwavs Do Better By You
nm BISSINCER A CO., Wool, Folia, T.Uow. Pullere
IlLv taree. ideate, the Coaat. Itt-IM North I3-hBt, P. 0lvi
AH Rentable Pomitar DealeraiSaU
jjjj VENUS Hand-Mafle snaaes
CarrM la twiwtr-roof anaauiai ruvn.
a HAatTSHOHM aWUaa !. Aa li ealr.
---. COLUMBIA AWNING a SHADE CO., MFCS.
"""""" PORTLAND. OBEOOM,
SAVE 75 PERCENT OF YOUR TIKE VALUE
Ym ran avoid tha Iron tiriew ei Mt f
fatvie ik in axxjd wkioiiti, don't throw
lhm fcaurwa la jui am uea.
HUTCH S TIRE & SUPPLY
? Siath Straat.
, etraa. Aakwieaatha
bia away, twil aota
Genuine Ford Parts
TALBOT & CASEY, Inc. AmhoratJ Ford Dtaitn d!
W In M. ortci r T4 a aiwrtl JQ. 1 Ciand AvC
laiialrtni taeUtlaa kr ara-alae Pud BMdMatre.
Hwttaata-eearaaalaaat waJla tea wait. T:
aa tm tarta,
Rustle np all the muk
rata you can and aeud to
u now while we are par
ing the high top pricea.
You never got a much tor
your raw f'irt aa we are
We also want your
and all other fur.
We pay higtient prices.
We tend your money at
We give yoa a fair Ctal.
Ctve ua a trial.
H. L1EBES & CO.,
DP. It: Ltabaa lllaf.
Portland. . Ore.
Wild Pioeon Springa Mineral Water
Afature'e own lemmiy from tha ltua.
Uilak it and eat a:l,
Rock Ramady Co, 7 lt SU Portland, C r.
Wt Pi? Cu'i far
Cress, Eg5, Liu
nil hr Trtn ut T
PLUMBING PUUMBlNli iH'l..tS
plumblnf autiie at wh"ir i prtraf.
v will glooiy bbiimaia .'oai 01 any
lite lor priree.
HT VKK-DAVlt r.
Ill Thud St, fort'.nnd.
ACCORDIAN PLEATlf.Ci . . T
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Ifio yd. Duttona iocnii. L4!-ii' Nnvi.v
Mf. Co., Jij Fifth ' ''
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ltiy jnoiuiuih" "f eawbViV f, Jam- .
Frank K. Wollm, el-HMt -l.li-I'ortiand,
Of. Tfarlti'in Ph.; !; M'ni.il..
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