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aDAYMARCH 22, 1920.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL I
fJS" FAGS ZZYZH
i .. . Assciata Com-
1 JeUl club members neet at
1 SlTl P- m- to form Bale8"
j. Businisa siena
..Sr.rin club. Com-
cial dub, p- m"
fl. . Nancy Hank Lin-
1S. She was married to V. J. Lin
foot in mj ana together they mov
ed to Oregon in 1909, residing here
since that time. Besides her husband
ahe is survived by three children. Wil
liam aged IS. Wilford ae 11 and ai-
,ice age 9 years. Funeral arrangements
Thursday. , w,u not M made unm tne arrival of
, -in club program.
I rboot. 3 P- m-
Mar 53. Marion County
Children's bureau dance, ar-
Br n. Salem Rotary club
I macheo'n. Hotel Marion, noon.
.. i snaoial meeting
I Business Men s league, Cora
I aercial club, 8 p. m.
I MW- 24 Lecture by Dr. J.
I o Gilbert, "Immigration and
the future American stock,"
! Mar. 25 Mass meeting dog
cwners, Commercial club, 8 p.
! ar 26- Mass meetin
! Commercial club to promote
t City beautiful plans, 8 p. m.
I Mar. 26 Floral society
I meetins Commercial club 8
t p. m.
t March 26. 'Women's republl
. an club meeting, armory.
; April 4. Easter Sunday.
f April 6. American Legion
meeting, armory. 7:30. '
Court House News
John P. Murphy vs. J. B. Ewlng'et
jl, Transcript from justice court.
T. C. Kay vs. I M. Tomkins et at.
first amended complaint.
Independence National Bank, a cor
poration, vs. George P. Dekum. Char
les A. Robertson, and R. L. Donald
Answer of George P. Dekum and Char
Its A. Robertson. .
J. A. Pattlson, doing business under
the name of J. Al Pattlson. Lumber
nil Hardware Ltd., vs. Mark 8. Skiff
ad Joe M. Crabane Company part
ners doing business under the name of
Orville Tie and Lumber Company.
Stipulation. ...j. . . '
independence National Bank, a cor
poration, vs. George P. Dekum et at
Summons. . '
Uwnn O. Hadley vs. Carrie A. Mor
jao et al. Order appointing guardian
t Probate Court .
Joseph Ripp, estate. Order appoint
ing administrator and appraisers.
Joseph Ripp, estate. Bond of admin
istrator. Joseph Ripp. estate. Petition for ap
pointing administrator and appraiser
Lydia A. Kinyon, estate. Final ra
i snd erecution.
Lydia A. Kinyon, estate. Order fix
ins time for hearing final account.
A. J. Lowry, estate. Inventory and
J. H. Hadley, estate. Final decree.
Grover Simmons, estate. Final de-
Rexall One Cent Sale
Friday and Saturday, March 25, ZS, s her sister. Mrs. Jane Fields, from
27. Ask ftr a circular. Perrr'a Dim ! Xortl Gate. X. uak. The bo.iv i
71. iae eoo and Clough funeral parlors
Because of the illness of her
Fred Johnson. 797 North Winter
Mrs. B. B. Herrick was absent Satur- i s,reet- reported to police Sunday that
uy i rum ner aesK in the office of ' "a '"ycie stolen from in front
County Clerk U. G. Boyer. of the Biigh theater. Police were aid-
' ing in the search for the bicycle to-
i.nu ur TtlANKS
VCe wish to express our deepest ap
preciation and thanks, to our friends
With members of the city nre de-
ana neignoors tor their sympathy , partment armed with lawn mowers,
and kindness, during the illness and! spades and rakes the yards surround-
Ul uur oeiovea aaughter and;ing the city hall. Chemeketa and
sister. Martha Elisabeth Nicholl, also ! High streets, were being thoroughly
for the beautiful floral offerings. j primped today. Rose bushes were
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholl and family. 7 : trimmed and shrubs and trees spaded
Mrs. M. L. Fulkerson and A. N.j around, making the city hall lawn one
Arnum. supervisors ior olarion coun- or the most attractive in the city.
i.j otnwia aueuueu me local instltuie
at Woodburn, Saturday.
.cconipanial by Mrs. Vuaust Ris-
isci of DaKus, irs. W. A. Rutherforl
a-. left Saturday for Hastings, Neb. They
I were called there by the death of the
former's father. Mrs. Risser is a
niece of Mrs. Rutherford.
Our new line of hats' for misses and
children, direct from N. T. just re
ceived. These are the "Madge Evens! . . , . ,
Hat," sold exclusively by Mrs. H P.1, Thfn,uslc department of the Sa
Stith. in Kafoury Bros, new store. i!em Wo"len's '"' at the
See our window display. We special-i om? ' JIiss 1:)or0,h' Pearce
Ize on chi dren's-hats. 7fi """' " "., iumj uner-
At I'nion St-hool. District No. 14,
i. basket social was held recently for
the purpose of acquiring play ground
equipment for the school. The basket
sales netted $71.5. While the baas-
kets were being enjoyed an enjoy -ole
program was presented. Miss
Helen L. Davis Is the teacher in
umrge, v. .
Naval Base Work f
I crease of $25 per month, oouneilmen
, were notified this morning by the mu
j nIHpal employes union,
j As the aldermen entered the hail
they were confronted by 30 employes
of ths municipal laboratory. srlxd to
white and wiia white masks over
their faces. Each bore a placard.
Eitlit hundred city chauffeurs and
teamsters struck this morning.
Company "M", Salem's own unit
of the Third Oregon Infantry mees
tonight at the arnfory. Captain Leroy
Hewlett calls attention to the fact
that there is now a nopporumy fcn-llumbia river on Hi acres of land
ha here is now an opporunity for trie! given by Astoria, Oregon, was approv
right kind of young men to come iiito'4 by the hou.se Monday.
Washington. " Mar. 23. An aDro- r
priation ol $25 9 for beginning de
velopment of a submarine and de
stroyer base at the mouth of the Co-
the company. In addition to the fed-
Other Pacific appropriations were
eralixed guard pay there are n.aaylapprovfd , fo,lows.
all who are interested. An officer of
the local company will be glad to talk
to. prospective guardsmen between the
hours of 7:30 and 1 o'clock Monday
noon at 2: SO o'clock.
Frank and Arthur Rosebraugh,
students at O. A. C, returned to Sa
lem Saturday, for the week end.
dance armory, Tuesday
benefit child's bureau Ma-;
Next Sunday, March 2S. the Hayes
villa district Sunday school conven
tion will be held In Salem at the Ja
son Lee Memorial church. Splendid
speakers, good music and an appetis
ing dinner are on the program. The
convention will begin at 9:45 a. m.
Stricken with heart 'disease, Nicho
las Simon, age 83, died suddenly at
his home, corner of 14th and Marlon
streets; Mr. Simon was ill but an hour
when the end came. The body was
removed to the parlors of the Rigdon
& Son company, where it will be heta
until airangements for the funeral
have been made.
Mr. Simon has been a resident of '
lem for 21 years. His wife died sev
eral years ago. Six children, Albert Si
mon of Minnesota, Robert Simon of
Forest Grove, Rudolph Simon of Mc
Minneville, Mrs. M. Becker, Mrs. E.
Timm and Mrs. C. Hayden of Salem,
C. R. Ellis, deputy clerk of the
circuit court for Marion county,' was
confined to his home, Friday and Sat
urday because of illness.
and close at 4 p. in.
For Civil Service
Board By Wilson
For improvements at Pearl Har
bor, Hawaii $894,000; at Mare Island,
CaL. 1173.400; at Puget Sound. Wn.,
$230,000; ammunition depot. Pearl
Harbor. $S,000; T. N. T. magazine
at Puget Sound yard $25,900, anu
fuel oil station, Cavite. P. I., $25,000.
'The house refu.-ted to increase the
appropriation for aviation from $15.-
000.000 to $25,000.00.
Without discussion, appropriations
aggregating $4,000,000 for the devel
opment of Pacific shore facilities
were approved. Most of the money
was for use at San Diego, Cul., the
bill providing that the government
accept from the city two plots of
TUESDA Y-ONE DA Y ONLY
Strike Threat Is
Made By Chicago
, Chicago, ' Mar. 22. Chicago's city
hall will be closed Thursday bylu gen
eral strik of SO .employes unless the
city( council grants a' flat . wage In-
Special Ladies Matinee Tuesday
.Circulars of the Rexall One
sale no wready..
Washington, Mar. 22. Helen Ham-
Mar. 23, benefit child's bureau Ma
rion county. "1
Substituting Karnes, music and danc
ing for the regular business meeting of j day,
the organization, the K. u. i-rogressive
club met at the home of Steve Kafoury
in Faimiount Park Tuesday night. last
week. Following an evening of enjoy-
e Suhaefer, estate. Proof of TOent, freshments were served. The
I club meets once each month at tne
Proof of . homes of members.
Guardianship of Pauline Myers, a
miner. Final report.
Thersia Kirsch, estate. - Proof of
Michael Sehaefe, estate.
Grover Simmons estate.
Catherine Schaefer estate. Final de
cree. ffichae! Schaefer estate. Final de
cree. Mnrriazp Licenses. , ,
nilham Sin-ague. 55, of Roundup,
I , a larmer, to Bertha Smaif,
! . Willie Talmadge, 20 months old
!son of Mr. and Mrs. David H. Talm-
adge, Jr., 12th and Oak streets, died
. i Sundav nicht at ten o'clock, a victim
f I,!of spinal meningitis. The body is at "ton Gardener of this city, widow of
1 -ithe parlors of the Rigdon & Son com-jColonel S. A. Day, and author and.
Arrangements for the funeral j ,ec,u.rer- wa.H "omimuva touay oyi
inesuieiu Alison lu ue nieiuuer ui
the civil service commission to suc-
! W. E. Farrell, J. W. Caste, W. S. cef u Charles M. Galloway of Colum
i U'Ren. Judge M. L. Pipes, Roscoe C. bia- s- c-
nave noi yei. oeen iwuue.
intenden; "of schools W. M. Smith Neboo. prominent Portland att
journeyed to Portland in connection ! ae Sa em v . rs toda? ppearh g
ments In the cases of G. Heitkemper
and Greenfield vs the Portland Cen-
with matters pertaining to school af- j
Jitney dance armory, Tuesday
Mar. 23, benefit child's bureau Ma
rion county. 71
NOTICE There will be a meeting
of the property owners of Ferry
street, between 15t"h and 19th streets,
Wednesday night, March 24, at 7:30
o'clock, at the Thirteenth street fire
station. Consideration of assessments
for street Improvements made last
seaso-i is the purpose of the meeting.
All property owners in this district
are Invited to be present 70o
tral Labor Council involving
right of organized labor to maintain
LAST TIMES TODAY
Robin D. Dav. F. L. Wood and ,
Hazelle Gearhart, appraisers in the
A..J. Lowry estate have returned an(
appraisement report showing real and
personal property valuation oi uaoi.-61.
James Ripp has appointed Monday
as administrator of the estate of Jo
seph Ripp- As appraiser, E. P. Schott
W. J. Hermans and Eugene Ditter
were named by County Judge Bushey.
Real and personal property located
at Sublimity and included in the es
tate are valued at $1400.
The pear thrip situatio at Salem is
being investigated by A. B. Black, an
etymologist of the Oregon Agricul
tural college. He will attempt to. de
termine the spread of the thrips and
the effects of the last rains on them,
cnav w will be carried on at the
state farm In cooperation with F. H. the date for final settlement,
Zinser, state farm orchardist.
Final accuont ha sbeen filed In the
estate "of Lya Kinyoni, April 28,
192, being set by Judge Busney as
Alfred C. Reese, of the Portland
Telegram, was a Salem visitor, Satur-
'wl hospital this morning. Funer-
be held at chapel of Webb &
ugh nt 2 p. m. Tuesday. Burial
m uty jew cemetery
LIXFOOT-Mrs. Elizabeth J. Lin foot,
:: tWa f age, at the family res
Wntce. 2100 West Nob Hill street,
awday, March 21. Body at Webb
Clough establishment. Funer-
HfG-Katie Homing, 4. af a
jwl hospital Sunday. Body sent
CleugV0 CorvaIlis by Webb and
fEWS Catherine E. Tews, wife of
hLl'. s' of Hi"bon, at a local
"Pital Sunday, March 21. Funer-
Monday morning from the Ter
"iiger home. Reverend C. H. Pow-
"?,NiChola Simon. 8J, at his
j"1'. 14th and Marlon streets.
rY t Rigdon & Bon's. Funeral
U"iAIGE-Willie Talmadge, 20
r'h old son of Mr. and Mrs.
"""d H. Talmadge, Jr.. at the res
"ace Sunday night. I2h and Oak
' 8' Body at R'Pdn Son'
rai arrangements not yet made
BwRnRnTIMrn and Mrs. Dail
"Harford, route , Salem, Sunday
. "h 1. a daughter, named Hel-
bdy of Katie Homing. 48. of
rTm ho died at a local hospital
I1, was sent to CorvaIlis for fun-
" ana burial today by Webb and
fcSh. Mn. Homing in tin ivtatH'M
Just received, a limited number of
Zane Cr'.y latest book, "Th J Man of
the Forrest.' They are gcirg fas'
the Forrest" They are going fast.
Get yours today , at the Commercial
Henry Teal of Portland was a visit
or to the Marion county court house
Friday evening, March 19, was the
date of the successful basKet social
iriven at the Central Howell school,
of which, Miss Martha Oehrman is
teacher. A tidy sum of money was
raised for the purpose of purchasing
In the estate of Theresa Kirsch,
t0.,h .f Keher. administrator, was
discharged from further responsibil
ity and the estate closed in an order
.icnert hv County Judge William
Just received, a limited number of
Zane Greys latest look, "Uhe tdan ol
Get yours today at the Commercial
. , , 7il
u,on sioie. , un r sl(,)))d Monday, Judge
-i,-,. r Tn ?r who Is touring , Buthey discliarfres Bert Myers from
i.TiTi.l ..1 if o. ..d urn
tills Keen.. - . -- v.1onn
ized a club of fifty members at Ma-, kelson.
Keber, administrator of the
Schaefer and, Catherina
AUS UjA&UC cp;s7i
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i - v-SKfc, '
Meet Me fit Meyers
You share in the privileges of Citizenship-it is your duty
to share its responsibilities. Help to Build your Hospital.
With Easter close upon us "my
lady" turns to her wardrobe to
see if she has that most indis
"One Piece Dress", or
The selections for this season as
never before comprises gar
ments lhat possesses a new
style and charm and give an
individuality anly found in
Crepe de Chine and
Highest Quality Silk Hose
Aur showing is most complete, including Lace,
Clocked and Embroidered. They come in
Black, White and Colors,
$2.25 T0 $5.00
Don't miss this Sale.
You can always do better at
Who Always Do Better By You
Reporting great industrial acuvuj Schapfer estateg hag ,ild final ac
along the border, L. H. Rberts' , 1 counts and by a decree issued Mon
h been enjoying an extended visit. .,,!- hv County Judge W.
in southern California has returned to j J Buehey, the estates are declared
his home in Salem. Mr. Roberts pro- j Bett,ed and eiosed. Heirs and nearest
phesies that long cotton fibre win one . q( kln mentionea jn each of the an
dav he the leading agricultural pro- ministratlon reports are: John M.
Aot nf that section. Alfalfa i tlie thitefer. Aurora: George S. Schaefer,
irrigated districts, he says, is knee high Mt Aaffi and jiichael Schaefer, Mt.
and the gardens growing luxuriantly. Angel
The Commercial club has employed j Tne fourth estate to be formally
Richard L. Rowe. a statistical Ke- icioseo aionaay was iue ui "
cialist, to make an industrial survey of
ILpfcWWti ii'limiii I in'' int inrjjl
1 rr- Tr
"A MAX'S FIGHT"
the city that was unoer way
Manufacturers of the city are asked to
co-operate with Mr. Rowe In furnish
ing infoimatlon, which. Manager Mc
Croskey said, would be treated as strict
T E. McCroskey, manager of the
Commercial club, returned to Salem
Saturday night after .spending Friday
afternoon and a part of Saturday in
the Puget Sound city on matters af
fecting the club.
An eight days' fight In a local hos
pital to regain his health failed, and
William R. Straw, , from Forest
Grove, died at six o'clock this morn
ing The funeral will be held at the
chapel of the Webb Clough company
at 2 p. m. Tuesday, Rev. Thomas Ache
son in charg. Burial will be In City
View cemetery. Mr. Straw made his
v - . hort while wtih a daughter
residing on Fairgrounds road. He was (
....t,tf February 2S, i
norn in ji ,
1837. He was a farmer. j
p-.e to the fact that they were not
trellised. his ferge fl.H of UW "les ,
were not harmed by the cold recem-,
b7r weather, John S. Marshall redd-;
in on the Garden Road, .aid Joday)
while visiting in the city. Mr. Man- j
all recently returned from Montana. ,
where, he said, it was ry cold..
Strikes in the mines caused an acute
fuel shortage that wrought many:
hsrdKhips on the populace. ,
! Mrs Elizabeth J. Linfoot (Eliza-;
l.eth 3. Rth died Sunday at the;
family home on West Nob HilL She :
bad been ill but for a short time.
fn,)Win(r an attack of pneu--
n.to, nr which Earl E. Sim
mons served as executor. The tate is'
declared settled and closed, jjevises
and legatees under the terms of the
will, were: Ethel Johnson, Arthur W.
Simmons, Karl C. Simmons, Lawrence
E. Simmons, Ada Ruth Burns. Fenn
Marie Dake and Julia L. Blmmoqs.
Special meeting of Pacific
lodge No. 50, A. F. A, M.
this evening. Work in the
E. A. degree. Visiting breth
ren welcome. ' "9
m iff m
Service. Our earn
est endeavor to give
satisfaction, and su
perior service. Is
evidenced, by the
courtesy of our staff
th.J efficiency of our
satisfaction of our
client sad the iul
ity of service .ren
dered, quality. Cour
SIX ROOM BUNGALOW
By owner. Located at 876 North 14th street, large lot, plas
tered, dutch kitchen, panelled dining room, buffet built in,
book cases built in, fire place,' large mirrors in bedrooms,
furnace, cement basement, large room in basement, plaster
ed, also fruit room, massive cobble-stone fillers in front,
garage with cement drive. If you are looking for a home
this will Please you.'$3000. See owner at Bake-Rite Bakery,
457 State Street. 1
Ready to Go
ALL OVERHA ULED IN OUR SHOP AND IN GOOD
1916 Maxwell $500 1915 Studebaker $700
19 1 7 Dodge $775
1915 Cole $650
1918 Hupmobile $750
1916 Buick (Repainted) $900
NEW MAXWELL ROADSTE RAT A BARGAIN
1 Ton Truck ...J $1000 2 Ton Truck .....$1850
We have several other good buys in used cars. Come in and
look them over. Reasonable terms. Complete line of acces
sories and supplies. United States, Goodrich and Fisk Tires.
Marion Automobile Co.
235 South Commercial Street Phone 362
1918 Overland Country
Club .j.. $800
1919 Oldsmobile Pace