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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
Ownership and Conduct Hospital is
Explained In Reply To Open Letter
Asking Details Regarding Drive
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By M. B.
I would like to asitjber of saM board of trustees and shall
through your paper J ""'"fu u
: To the Editor,
a few questions
and would like to have some one in
Authority answer them for the benefit
In regard to the new hospital, whose
homiital is it? The paovra say help
build "your" hospital. Of courm, (he
title must be in some person or corpor
ation's name, whose will it be?
I heard a man offering to bet that
aome two or three men or some
"church" would own it and run it for
The medical staff of the Salem Hos
pital shall be named, and appointed,
by the medical faculty of the Willam
ette fniversity. subject to the approv
al of the board of control of the hos
pital naenid. The physicians of all
schools of medicine shall be accorded
equal privileges in the treatment of
patients in the hospital.
The location of this corporation, and
of the hospital named herein shall be
profit, and that iro one without money ' Salem, in Marion county, Oregon,
would be treated there. Now if one is
too poor to pay will he be cared for
thre ? I am not helping to build a
hospital for the city or any one else
to make money off it, unless they will
care for the poor as well as the rich.
If anyone will answer these questions,
I, as well as others, will be very glad,
we want the truth about it. I want to
ee a Rood Samaritan hospital, all men
are brothers and I am
ONE OF THEM.
In answering the above concerning
the "New Hospital;"
There are three questions specifical
ly asked. '
1st -Whose hospital is it?
Ind lit whom name is the hospital
3rd If one is too poor to pay will
they be cared for there?
The hospital is strictly a public In
stitution owned by the citizens of Sa
Jem and Marlon county, rt is incorpor
ated under the name of the Salem
Hospital association; the association
Wng the public. See articles of incor
poration to follow.
It is managed by a board of control
composed of J 5 members who are ap
pointed in the following manner!
Uy a committee consisting of the
mayor of Salem, the Judge of Marion
county and the president of the com
Fy the Salem members of the trt-
county Medical society of Marlon, Polk
ind Yamhill counties, Rnd by 14 di
rectors above appointed to be selected
from tho Oregon Children's Aid society.
The said board shall be divided into
three groups of 6 members each
One group appointed for a period of
One group appointed for a period of
One group appointed for a period of
There Is no possible chance for any
person, or persons or private interests
or corporation to ever get control of
L'nder the terms of the granting the
Hospital nsNoclatlon the properly it
how holds, it Is understood and agreed
U'at sueh properly shall be used for
hospital purposes only, and shall be a
non-profit sharing Institution.
There never shall be any lien or
mortgages placed against tho institu
tion, and If any of these provisions are
violated the property reverts back to
tho donors, "The Oregon Children's
The Institution Is strictly a public
no and as such hurst of necessity be
non-sectai'lnn and conducted for the
benefit of the community.
Without doubt, it will receive a
greater patronage from the poor and
middle class of people, who are entit
led to the same euro, effort and scien
tific attention as those of wealth.
This institution Is strongly non-profit
sliming. It is run by the people and
for the people,
Whatever funds are received for ser
vices goes to maintenance and equip
ment, and cannot bo used for any oili
When first started. It had about one
thousand dollars, and has since that
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u """ Thursday
It Is the plan and idea, and the pur-1 Harold
,.. ... ,e ....,., ui muse oniy sucn Overland machine
charges that will provide for main-1 fYf,d nickn.an. the
taincnee ami necessary extension, and the mekey Telephone
whenever funds : commence to itc-unm- ,,, ,,, .,. 0
late beyond (his, the only procedure nnPi
wonm ne a reduction of charges.
The past record of the hospital
In witness hereof, we have to these
presents executed in triplicate our
hands and seals, this the 3rd day of
July, A. D. 1896.
"THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF
THE SALEM HOSPITAL."
By Mrs. J. J. Murphy, president; G.
Steiner, vice-president; W. T. Gray,
secretary; Frank E. Hodgkin, treasur
er H. T. Bruce. Mrs. F. A. Moore.
In presence of Bertha Savage, Lydia
Campbell, Frank Lovell, J. B. Put
SUPPLEMENTARY ARTICLES OF
This corporation shall be under the
direction and control of a board of 15
directors, who collectively shall be de
signated as the "Board of Control or
the Salem Hospital," said board shall
be first named, designated and elected
Seven members shall be named by
the Salem members of the Medical so
ciety of Marion, Polk and Yamhill
counties; seven members shall be
named by a committee consisting of
the mayor of the city of Salem, ths
county judge of Marion county, Oregon
or by a majority of said committee;
one director shall be elected from the
membership of the Oregon Children's
Aid society, by the fourteen directors
named as herein provided. The said
board shali be divided into three
groups of five members each, the term
of office of the members comprising
each of said groups expiring in one,
two and three years respectively. The
successor to any member whose term
exxpires by limitation, resignation or
from any other cause or any other va
cancy whatsoever, to be filled by elec
tion by the members of the board re
maining, from persons only who have
been nominated by the body, commit
tee or association which first named
the member whose term has expired
or whose vacant position is to be filled.
No practicing physician shall be eligi
ble to membership, on the board of di
rectors. Tn witness whereof, wo have here
unto set our hands and seals this 19th
day of November, A. D. 1917.
Signed, sealed and delivered In the
ii cm-nee ui ueo. i. I.ttchneld, A. N.
Hush. Chas. A. Park. August Hurler..'
stein, Belinda (!. Chase. Elva Hmrun
W. S. Walton.
Tlierv are) three liuudml
And sixty-five days
In the year
And every fourth year
Three hundred and sixty-six
Tbey should be
Of so many
Good deeds done
Tlie) Hospital Committee
Is giving you
The whole community
At one time
To its fund
Will you do it ?
Will E. Purdy of Salem, independent
candidate for governor of Oregon sev
eral years ago. now a-pires to a seat
In the democratic national convention
at San Francisco. In his nominating
petition filed with lhe secretary of
state's office today Purdy declares
that William Jennlng3 Bryan is the
party's greatest asset before the people
at this time. He also declares for a
curb on the middle man. Purdy will
run as a candidate for delegate from
the state at large.
The candidacy of John F. Shaugh
nessy, member of the railroad commis
sion of Nevada, for appointment to a
place on the interstate commerce com
mission is unreservedly endorsed by
H. H. Corey of the Oregon public serv
ice commission In a teWgraiii forward
ed Friday to President Wilson. Cn.
der the recently enacted law ihn-r new
memo-re will be addi d to the federal
commission an Corey declares that the
west is entitled to favorable considera
tion l: at least one of the appointments.
nonon Lire t o. rj r
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The Fort Klamath Meadows com
pany, a California, corporation, has
been granted permission bv Corpora
tion Commission Schuldei-man to op
erate jn Oregon. " W. K. Brown, of
Klamath Falls will represent the com
pany in this state.
Another permit to operate In Ore
gon was issued today to the k'lnnev.
lumijuii-- an Illinois coruora-
tion, which will.be represented in this
state Dy A. Davis of Portland.
Also Junk of All Kinds
Best Prices Guaranteed
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The Square Deal House
171 Chemeketa St Phone 59S
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Salem Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators, Fenders and Gas
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
Ford Radiators for Sale
198 a 12th St. . Salem, Or.
254 North Commercial
SKINNER & WHITE
35 N. 2nd Si, Portland
U r IS? Wt furnish kranrthr Farm Hrfp,
" r Milken. WMd Cattcn, Mill, Cut
tmi Kltcbta Help.
Phone Broadway 3205
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Appear At Your
If you receive a tuddm
caller or an unexpecled In
vitation you can feel con
fident of always appearing
at your best In but a few
moment! It renders to your
Sinn wonderfully pure,
soft complexion that Is
The season is at hand when you will want to take long
rides. Is your "bike" in condition? Are the tires in first
class shape? We handle only the best makes of tires and
our guaraantee stands back of our repair shop.
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN
387 COURT STREET
H. S. Oile
-0. The school will irlvr-
program mid basket social next i'ri
il.iy evening.. - v 1
The Lanke and' John Haines homos
have been sold recently.
Howard Orinini of Sulem was n
caller in our nelRhhorhtHid -Thursday.'
Mr, Grimm leaves soon for Rnokane
where he expects to take up newsna-
per work. Until recently the Oimm
family lived in our neighborhood.
Mrs. L. Werner has returned to her
home in Snle nuifter RpeiulInK sever
al days with Mr. and Mis. M. M. Ma
Rfif. . ,
Miss Fccklu Rusher has the sympa
thy of her friends in her bereave
ment In the lc:ith of her brother,
Jfthn Rusher of Mt. Anitel. '
it. his ranch at this place,
lluck has purchased an
Co., .has been
so to 60
W?IISK wth the wind-to work and
city a boulevards, throush nathv .
and ahuntintr: - mil. ' '
vt iwJ 111 I CI Tn
more and as many mflw as you likt'
broad seat of the fleet the
QOME, be motor merry. Buy . Harley.DavidsM
w Motorcycle, the same Bturdy steed that so nobly
tood the strain of war duty on the battle-field, of
France, to which every service man wUI testify.
The motorcycle that' has gained the name and
iamc oi tne WOKLD S CHAMPION
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'HARRY W. SCOTT
. 147 S. Commercial St.
;-f.v ,'f. ly-'gg lr -
The Famous Monkey Comedian
rs. Joe Martin
and Mrs. K. A. Lewis have re
tlll'tlOfl fVl.l, .A
.1,,-. m, i ..I., ""' " wnen
.: lT n-n ui . imi- tney visited
ny nan neon carcu tor and without
charpe. . , - ,
The followiiiK nitiiKs of incorpora
Joii should be clear to all:
. Mis. On. Kdwavd and . MYs. T)e
Pantls called on Mrs. Hickman Monday.
ARTICLES OK INCORPORATION
Know nil men by these presents:
That we, the unilerslRiied, do hereby
Sssoeiute ourselves together, ns a body
orpornte, tinder the Oenernl Incur
Vitratlim Laws, of the Htnte of Oregon,
ud do hpieby make and adopt the fol
lowing Articles ui" Incorporation : '
Tlie name assumed by this cur parti
tion, and by which It Jiliall be known,
is tho "Salem Hospital" and Its dura
tion shall be perpetual.
The enterprise, business, pursuit and
occupation, In which this corporation
proposes to encage is the care of the
sick, the relief of the needy mid suffer
iiiK. and particularly to establish and
maintain a public and private hospital,
o Ive conducted independent of soo-tni-ism.
and to tie open to persons tof
woatever sect or creed and also for
he purpose of benevolence and chnr
The. estimated value of property and
money possessed by this curporutioii, I
at the lime of si(,-nlnir these articles, is I
'about one thousand dollars; uud Its'
nource of revenue, or income,, are'
fixii:i glfta, bequests, contributions, do-
riKiJoiiH. enrtawmeiits and receipts j.or
sen ices rcnilred.
, Article IV.
The title of the officers making these
j lilies of Incorporation shall be "the
Hoard of Control o fthe Sulem Hos
pital" 'and they shall hold their offices
for the terms hereinafter specified;
aid terms to be decided by lot. or un
til tnelr successors are chosen. Raid;
Board of Control shall b divided into
three classes of thre members each,
and sliiill serve one, two and three
years, resiwctlvely, the terms of three '
members expiring- annually. Any v-
nsncy orislns from expiration of term,
r other esose, shall be filled at ths
aext refrular meetinf; of the board
fceld thereafter, by a majority vote of
till the members present, provided al
W that the board of trustees of the
YUlamette University shall have re
presentation of one member on said'
tKKU'd of control, who shall be a mem- 1
Owing to the demand for men to
work on rouds In Coos county the
schedule of wages has ben advnneen
to $5 per day.
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DO not make the mis
take, of thinking that
cocoa is only an occa
sional drink. It u so val
uable a rood beverage, so
rich in the elements of
nutrition, so delicious in
flavor, and so wholesome
that h should be used
regularly and often.
testis' Qma ttaftt erst fin
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loiHiiuons ior tne season. AH our Repair work
teed. ' ' -
How About Your Tires?
The guessing contest ends April 1. Have you registered
your guess as to the number of bicycles in Salem ? Come tn
and ask about it.
If its anything about a bicycle ask
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