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T3)SSSIUY' MARCH 17, 1920.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
jury in Judge Kelly's court today. The! 7 i 01
case arise from Buchanan' claims! LUftlPir OflippCTS
ifor certain comm i.sinn arUinv fnl -
i4nd Kai Agents
t his Omillnfllldnl hi. If- rw i j
( (vji.K.u jwr. iHniin in iii-
1 sura nee sales.
, Attorney Frank Turner
' ; i . . .
' ficea in fh fto,., i " I Wednesday with the
who ha been in the hospital for the ' Gorsfio,d "Sa'nst the Spencer Hard-
I The court calendar in' department
No. S of circuit court fat -na hr
f rruiEST ete-vts
Mar 17 S'- Ia,rick b"e
B wet under th. auspice.
the Salem Senator ar-
w ism versus Comnion Sense
" iiiiam Ualvani. at public
.i-rv reading room at S p. m.
' i Baby dinto
under normal. Cora-
Portland, Or., Mar. 17. Represen
tative of lumber shippers and of the
transcontinental railroads met here
ware company, thia action will be!to,,a!' ln an effort to reach a more
nasi week uft.. ...i.,....: .. ate company, thia actii
j operation, is reported "as twine im hard by " iury' fwing the Buch-1 iuilable basis of a minimum carload
101 luiiioer. tm cumerence is at rne
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suiTKesuon or me interstate commerce:
l W. K Slavens. seed h Buse of the departure of Judge' commission, which recently held that,
I'vious to u7vinlo Orin o,, Per0 R- Kell, to Portland. Tuesday! th f"r minimum
Mis Opal Rhodes is spending a
tew days with her sister in Salem.
Lester Groshong has been seriously
ill with typhoid pneumonia at the
naval hospital. Mare Island, Cat.
Mrs. Oeorsw Parmenter is still con
fined to her bed. 1
Mrs. Lena. Pox's daughter from
Portland is visiting here, .
Mas Wood is installing a new wa
'street ln this city, died of pneumu.ila
Monday, March 15. at St. Vineen'.s
'hospital, according to word received
jin Salem Wednesday. The funeral
4c will be held Thursday at p. m. from
Holmah's undertaking parlors, at
i "l ciub members tieet at j Third and Salmon streets. Mr. Slaven
01 . ... tr. form sales- "leaves a widow. Mm fhv,..,i, ci...
en.8, a son. Bldon and daughter Pansy.
,He has a father, two brothers and a
sister in the east.
Mar 22. Business
Mar. 24. Salem Rotary club
Hotel Aianu, iiw".
M-r. 24. Special
Men a league, oni-
juercial elul. S p. m. - -
ilarch 26. Women's republl
Ma c(ub meeting, armory.
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Court House News
i ' ; - Circuit Court.
lehnson vs. Fairfax M. Pai-
yjr " "
Ann M. Wilson, an incompetent per-
ln the matter
P.line-T. Myers, a minor.
In the matter oi me
The meeting of the short story class
Of the Salem Art league which was to
have been held this evening in the
public library', has been postponed,
until Wednesday March 24.
"I. W. W.lmn vs Common Sense"
will be the topic of the lecture by
William Ualvani at the public library
this evening. Mr. Ualvani Is. recog
nized as one of the ablest lecturers
on the coast, and his lecture this eve
ning is being looked forward to uy
local persons who are interested in
social conditions of the day.
A small bay mare, belonging to
Chas. Vemanion, 761 Mill street, was
Order. )cul"lI,s lu a rcpuri uiuue to ponce y
adoption Of nmuiiiun. i lie unci also 1UUK a
son. esiim- j.,,i stolen some time Tuesday nicht
Ol IUW tWVlHu V II i
.. .!... f ivers. a minor, rcuuon
Troy Branson, 45, of 554 Union
Bret a guard, to Albia Richmond, 41,
North 20th street, Salem.
FRANCKS Mrs. Margaret A. Fran
ces, 61, nine miles east of Salem,
funeral at chapel of Rigdon'& Son
I p. m. Thursday.
FLINT L. B. Flint, 3; . body at
Webb k Clough's. Funeral arrange
merits not yet made.
Love, jeweler, watchmaker, Salem.
Danc-3 :t ( y hil' Friduv tufrt,
Ltvesky station, Talma If unUrtto.
Hiss Wiles, representing the De
rigner Publishing company .of San
Krmcisco and New York, is at Gale
A Co.'s store for a few days telling
the women what's new in styles. This
her first visit to Salem and she Is
just delighted with the climate and
the people. ;
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Nothing too good for tho Irish.
Hawlpy plays "Irish Airs" at the
Oregon tonight. , 86
saddle and bridle. The horse is de
scribed as having a half moon on her
forehead, and is lame In the right
Found acting strangi-iy In a vacant
house at the corner uf Liberty and
Hickory street Tuesday night, n man
who gave his name as James Tolaml,
was arrested by Traffic Officer Mof
iitt and placed in the city Jail during
the night. He was released today on
assurance that he would leave the
city. His presence In the house was
reported by W. E. Haaen, 21195 North
A permit was Issued Tuesday to
Edgar M. Rowland, 1391 Waller street
to erect a one story dwelling, at a
cost of 1300, by Deputy City Record
er. Mark Poulsen.
for the defendants in the case of F.
v. twiines against S. C. Mills was re
turned sealed late Tuesday afternoon,
and not opened until Judge Kelly re
opened court, Wednesday morninr
vednesday morning. L. pugh who
operates the MeCrary farm on the
uanas Koad reported to Sheriff V
I. Xeedham that someone had stolen a
nay mare and rig from hta niac. !
Tuesday night. The mare is described
as being 17 years old, white soot in
forehead and white nose. The buggy
is a low old-fashioned vehicle of the
State House Notes.
A total of 1IS9 accidents, of which
seven were fatal, were reported to the
state industrial accident commission
fur 'the month of February, accord
ing to the monthly report just out.
Receipts for the month aggregated
$228,8H6.32 with disbursements of
$154,777.03, according to the report.
Of the disbursements $138,246.24
were paid out to beneficiaries under
the compensation act and $16,530.79
represents the overhead expense in
cident to the administration of the
The Sunrise Telephone company
has filed with lie public sertlce com
mission an application for permission
to discontinue its switching service
at Arlie, Polk county. Inadequate
revenues is Bald to be responsible for
The initiative petition of the Ore
gon Taxpayers league proposing a
divided session of the state legisla
ture was filed with Sam A. Koser,
deputy secretary of state, Wednes
day and has been forwarded to At
torney General Brown for a ballot ti
tie preliminary" to the circulation of
petitions to place the measure on the
That a flat minimum based on the
length of the car should be substitut
ed was the concensus of opinion ex
pressed by lumber men at the con
ference iwiay. me matter was laKen: te,ioa and win tu,-, to school to-
uuuer nuvtsemeni uy toe railroad representatives.
Students Win In
Strike Over Dance
Tacoiua, Wash.. Mar. 17. The 150
striking students of the high school at
Chehalis thia afternoon won their con-
Merritt To Head
-The school authorities, after a con
ference with the strikers and their
parents, agreed that school activities,
Including athletics, publication of the
school paper, and giving a school play,
should be resumed as before the strike.
The strike began Tuesday when
school activities were suspended be-
San Francisco, Mar. 17, The res- cause IS students had engaged in a
ignation of Ralph P. Merritt as secre-i dance In the high school building fol-
tary of the board of regents of the! lowing rehearsal for a play.
University of California and control
ler of the university. In order that he!
might direct a campaign in California'
for Herbert C Hoover as a candidate'
for president of the United States wasj The Evangelical Lutheran; church
presented to tbe regents here today.- jot the Redeemer. Portland, filed arti
Merritt was federal food adminis- cles of association with the corpora
trator for California and for the last tion department here. Tho trustees of
tnree years nas been an associate of, the association are G. R. Magedom.
With a personnel of approximately
6 members, the Salem Branch of the
University of Oregon alumni associa
tion was organised Tuesday evening m
a meeting in Y. W. C. A. rooms on
North Liberty street.
Millar K. Mi-Gllchrist, assistant to
Attorney General George M. Brown,
was elected president, Mrs. Frank
Spears was chosen for secretary, and
Carl Nelson -was appointed treasurer.
Miss Marie Churchill was elected chair
man of the social committee, other
members of which are Miss Jfnu.t
Huggtns. Mrs. W. Connell Dyer and
Miss Grace Bean.
The first nutter Uxn which the as
sociation will concentrate its energies
will be for the support of the millag
tax bill, for the support of the stats
institutions of higher learning. A
committee was appointed to get In
touch with the Salem branch of the
Oregon Agricultural college aluinn.
that the two organizations may work
in unison toward the common goal.
if" I i-yDiCR O'Neill
F CLEANING AND
194 S. HV.x, Fhone t
The flrt treaty ever written among
the tribes of Albania has recently been
signed. The only foreign nation named
is America. The only foreign Institu
tion the treaty swears to "protect and
support" Is the American Red Cross.
Merritt's resignation followed close
ly on the formation of the
republican' club of California here
and the selection by that club of a list
of prospective delegates to the repub
lican national convention. .
Wm. Moore and J. L. Elllggton.
Other articles were filed todu.v as
Wm. H. Hildebrandt Co., Port
land, $20,000; N. A. Ely, J. II. Leipomi
and W. H. Hildebrandt.
Attorney P. J. Kunts made a pro
fessional visit to Vancouver, Wash.,
The Wednesday night class of Mrs.
Halph White will meet at 8 o'clock
for a lesson on thenew waits, after
ckua she will entertain with a St.
Patrick's party. - 66
George Thorpe, 14 and Franklin
Snyder, 15, who left their homes ln
Portland several days ago and wan
dered as far as Salem, were returned
to that city Tuesday night by ' .Mrs.
Henry Hansen, mother of Franklin,
who curne to this city to return them.
Charged with larceny of lumber.
Mrs. A. Benham, residing on North
Commercial street, Was arrested Tues
day 'afternoon by Constable Walter
DeLong. She pleaded not guilty to
the charge. Date of the hearing .,s
not set because of the rush of .busi
ness before the grand Jury of Prose
cuting Attorney Max Gehlhar. The
complaint was sworn to by v R. T.
Dearinger, who alleges that Mrs. Ben
ham took lumber that was torn from
an old house.
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Elliott, 222
Killer street, returned Tuesday eve
ning from Newburg where they at
traded the funeral of a relative. -
Dance with Knights & Ladies Thurs
ve. Hurst hall. 87
George O. Savage of Newport spent
everal days in Salem last week while
dosing a rial estate deal on some city
Thursday evening in the armory
the carmen of Salem will give a dance
for the sick benefit fund of their as
sociation. The public is cordially In
cited to attend.
Oregon Electric Railway company.
This company announces the restora
tion of its night freight train service
to and from Portland terminals ef
fective Monday, March 15. Both car
load ind less than carload freight be
tween Portland and vour city will
e handled In these night trains. Less
!aa carload shipments received at
remand terminals up to 4 o'clock
. in. will be ready for delivery at
sutinatton at 7 o'clock a. m. the fol
lowing morning. Similar service ob
aing in the opposite direction. The
""ice will be onerated daily except
Sunday southbound and dally except
aturday northbound, the latter to
wwde expedited movement for live
ek shipments on train leaving Eu-
Sunday morning. Tour patron-
is respectfully solicited. R. W.
Pickard, Asst. general freight agent.
Iwt Cohen, traveling freight and
Wa agent. J. w. Ritchie, local agent
Joint meeting of Salem
lodge No. 4 and Pacific
lodge o. 50 A. F. & A. M
this evening. Official visit
of the grand master. . Visit
ing brethren welcome. 66
CARD OF THANKS
w wish to thank our neighbors
friends for the many kind acts of
"Pathy and helpfulness shown dur-
the sickness, death and burial of
'er and aunt. Mrs. Sarah J.
r"er- Mrs. Eliza Hoxsie. Mr. and
"- H. A. Richmond.
"THE TREE OF
Evidencing the growth of Capital
Assembly 84, United Artisans, a class
of 20 members will be Initiated at
the meeting of the lodge in Odd Fel
lows hall Thursday evening.- The
meeting begins at eight o'clock. En
tertainment will follow the business
session and Initiation.
An auto belonging to G. I!. Powers,
766 Marion street, was badly damag
ed in an accident at the corner of
Capitol and Court streets at midnight
Tuesday night. The auto was driven
by L. N. Rupert, who was going east
on Court street. According to his ver
slon of the accident he was forced to
the curb by anuther auto being driv
en in a reckless manner. After the
oncoming auto struck Power's ma
chine he declined to stop to see if as
sistance cruld be .rendered. No one
When Deschutes county was organ
ised Bend was, made the temporary
county seat. A measure will be placed
on the November ballot to locate it
The artists of Seatle, Washington,
are engaged upon a painting of a Ren
Cross nurse as a gift to the Red Cross
Haiel Green, Mar. 17. Miss Rosie
Zeilinski went to Portland this week
Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Hudson of Hub
bard spent Saturday and Sunday at
School reopened March T5th.
Miss Clara Moser, who is attending
the Monmouth normal, spent the
week end with Prof, and Mis. F. Vf.
George Dunigun is working in Sa
lem for the Valley Motor Co. -
Will Bechtel took a trip to Mon
Mildred Williamson Is working in
Salem while her sister, Hilda, la stay
ing at home on account of her health.-
Mrs. Fannie Hereon has rented her
place at Middlegrove to Mr. Saucl and
gone to Salem to live with her sister.
Miss Margery Parmenter went to
Kings Valley Tuesday to work for
Mr. and Mrs. Christenson.
The Oregon Scenic Trips company,
Portland, $10,000; H. E. Warren. L, C.
Peck and John P. Hannon.
ButlerMotor corporation, Portland,
$50,000; R. E. Bondurant, Howard
Butlor and Thad Robinson.
A Z Motor Car comopany, La Grand,
$40,000; John E. Anderson, A. Zundel
and R. J. Green.
IHamond Coal company, Portland,
$10,000; J. A. Coon, W. M. Daniels and
A. J. Ridell.
Resolutions of d'ssolution were filed
by the Fields Motor Car company.
Florence Investment company and thu
Sinclair Mercantile company, all of
Notice is hereby given that I have
impounded the following described
dogs In compliance with ordinance
No. 1404 towlt: One big yellow Shep
herd dog, weight about 60 pounds.
One big Airedale, weight ubout 60
pounds. One white. and black spotted
I male, weight l"i pounds. One white
'short haired male, weight 20 pounds.
I One young yellow und black spotted
mnle, weight 15 pounds. One black
and white spotted innle, part fox ter
rier, malo, weight about 20 pounds.
One black water spaniel, male, weight
about 20 pounds. One white and yellow-spotted
bird dog, female, weight
about 20 pounds. The above describ
ed dogs w ill be killed If not redeemed J
by owners, on or before March 20,
1920, as provided in said ordinance.
W. 8. LOW,
March 15. 19H0.
In the house and every
one a relative wf tier's.
Ami to make nkatters
nor', kIm had told
Hubby tlmt Iter auric
wn tlie Duke of Turn,
buctou, wIh-ii unk in
reality, was butler in
Iter ow n Imuihs lid site
keep it. strictly confi
dtiitinl? Site trk-. to,
The funeral for Tillman H. Sim
mons, former resident for many years
near Turner, who disd in Seattle Sun
day, will be held at burner .at 1 p. m.
Thursday. Burial will be in Odd Fel
lows cemetery at Turner under the
direction of Webb & Clough, of this
Reverend J. N. Hoover, for the past
eleven years pastor at Lindsay, Cali
fornia, has accepted a call to the pas
torate of the First Baptist church of
this city, and will take up the work
here early In April.
Mrs. G. A. Nye left Salem Tuesday
morning for Tacoma. where she will
visit her daughter, Mrs. Frederick W.
According to word received by
Postmaster August Huekestein recent
ly, the surplus property division is of
fering for sale a quantity of surplus
drugs, medicines and hospital equip
ment, to the general buying public, at
fixed prices. Previously, these supplies
have been sold exclusively to state and
municipal hospitals. Included in the
list are standard drugs In large quan
titles, surgical instruments, rubber
aprons, operating tables, litters and
bandages of crepe paper. No nar
cotics will be sold unless the buyer is
licensed to handle them in compli
ance with the Harrison naroctic la.
Proof of this right must accompany
any narcotic order. The present offer
is in effect from March 5 to April 5,
1920. No deposit is necessary on
le than $1000, but order
..li.,.. .hit .uni- must be accom
panied by a deposit oi i v
the total order. Further information
may be received by writing to the
Zona Sopply Officer. It. Mason, flan
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Should the nation erect a Hall of Famt to
honor business achitvement, every one would
agree that prominent places should be given the
Steam Engine, the Steam Boat, the Telephone,
the Banking System and the Want Ad.
These great contributions to commerce are
familiar to all, with the exception of the Want
Ad. Being last to come, its power are least
known. Want Ads in this newspaper are a
Business Force. With them you can buy, sett,
rent or exchange property or eervices more
quickly and economically than by any other
Cover th Ground Quickly Like Thia
WOH SALE tura Jotirtll An.
trtrliit -KMl ( :
roui.ttod br iMauUfu! Iiuim.; Mt-il,
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tit.,'.- ' On riuiit of ! la mmI lot, WU1 pv not nlo4 la n
InnliLM emuie siu mu m m for om K,tt. inuirssi
You transact business best when you employ
the business machinery men have built for the
common good. This machinery includes Banks,
Courts, Streets, Want Ads, etc.
Read and Use the Want Ads in
im m wts'i ua tn Ui Mil
at- WAHTKP-Hont la tuiKt nd-
dmlial Mil W dir. Must U
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Probe N earing End
Seattle, Wash., . Mnr. 17. L. H.
Humphreys. United States district at
torney for Oregon, wag here today
completing an investigation of the ac
tivities of tho United States Grain con
poration in the Pacltc northwest.
The Investigation was ordered by At
torney General A. Mitchejl Palmer re
cently, when a Spokane grand jury de
clared Max II. ilouser, Portland, for
mer head of the corporations, profited
by thu corporation's price manipula
PEARL OIL(rUROSENB) is
refined and re-refined by
a special process, mak
ing it a clean -burning
fuel for home use. Ask
your dealer for PEARL
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
ticidwys iVftuw Star
little Fib And a
AFTER HIS OWN HEART
JOURNAL WANT ADS BRING 'EM
JOURNAL WANT ADS BRING 'EM
SEATTLE CI TS FOKCK.
Seattle, Wash., Mar, 17. Abolition
of fourteen positions In the manage
ment of the Seattle munlcipul rail
way system was announced here to
day by Mayor Hugh M. Caldwell.
Mayor Caldwell also asked City Comp
troller Harry W. Carroll for a state
ment telling the complete financial
story of the operation of the system.
The mayor said there are discrepan
cies In reports he has received unof
ficially regarding, the operation of
Red Cross has
Don't make the mistake of
postponing an egaminatlon of
your eyes If you feel that they
are not giving you 100 percent
Had viaiun tells upon us
both menially and physically
BETTER HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED TODAY
204-5 Salem Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Meet Me At Meyers
The Labor Unions have not only endorsed the Hospital
but are out ivorking for the $100,000 fund necessary to
build it. Let every one do the same work and donate.
The funeral tf Mrs. Margaret A
Frances, who died near Salem. Tues
day, will be held Thursday
at 2 o'clock from the parlors of Rig
don and Company.
...i. v. L. Buchanan against
G. T. Uwih is being heard before a
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SUITS, DRESSES, COATS
Every garment is of the HIGHEST
QUALITY and SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP.
The CORRECTNESS OF STYLE is assured, every gar
ment being selected on the basis of
Correctness, Practicability and Serviceability
Why not make a shopping tour and inspect this com
plete showing of the NEW and CORRECT "THINGS FOR
SPRING?' : XtZl-Zi
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