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SATURDAY, APRIL S. 1920.
THE CAriTAL JOURNAL
Dance for dancers, distinct
April 4. Game, Senator yb.
Yannlgans. Oxford Held, 1 p.
April 4. Easter Sunday.
April 6. Art appreciation
class meets in library, 8 p. m.
April 6 War Mothers meet
ing. Commercial club, 2:30 p.
April 6. American Legion
meeting, armors-. T:38.
April 1. Lecture recital on
American music, library, 8:20
April T Meeting of Sweet
Briar club, hem of Miss Nellie
Taylor on Wallace road.
April 8. Old time concert,
St. Joseph's hall, 8 p. m.
April 11. Blossom day.
April 11. Game, Salem vs.
April 13 Regular meeting
Salem Cherrians, Commercial
club, 8 p. m.
April 17. Debate, Willam-
fof quality, army tonicht. i-,ri,. '
w. i. tJryant, mgr. gi4
Balloon dance armory tonight. 81
c. m. ana Josie La Fore. $25i
qs!. ripmmu, au; John Ross. 110
-j-. v,. eiunger, jiou; and Mrs. M,
A. Bellinger, 35.
First Congregational church utill
m tj sale next Friday and Saturday.
A' Plants, rugs, house dresses, aprons.
rummage, cooked food, etc., etc. Dont
waicu lor me place,
that some one In a Ford car had
driven three horses up the highway
near his farm and had left them in
that vicinity. Mr. Shar has taken the
horses up and holds them for claim
by owner. One of the animals is black
and weighs about 120 pounds, one
is a bay, weight 1000, and the third
a white, weight 109(1.
George Downing, who is interested
in logging operations near Shaw, stay
ed at the Bligh Thursday night and
transacted business in this city Friday.
The following persons were" reportr
ed at Salem General Hosoital Mm
palgn headquarters today as dononr C. C. Caples,.of Forest Grove, spent
tn Iha ttAn ana . -, n ... . , , - . ..
T.v,,. iuiiu; iu. a. wooct, " nours in eatem, hrioay.
- - M uusio Lax r ore. ssri
J. G. Garrow. resident engineer for
the state highway commission, will
leave this ctiy next Tuesday for Cor
vallis. from which city he will super
vise the highway paving between Coi
vallis and Sulver and to AMrora. Engi
neer Garrow's residence is at Portland.
Tonight, don't miss the fun and
singing while you dance at the arm
Harry W. Scott, Har'.ey-Davidse
representative, boasts of having, one
of the most attrnctlvA nf tha manv
81 i Easter windows especially arranged
for the occasion. There are SDecial
tm,Alll. ., ., , . , me uui-astun. 1 nere are special
L ZLd..yU J?" Iew t0 send decorations, with the exception of a
w uui tiiiu eitrnny r ino more strik- , .......
. 7 . omik smal wnl1pn rshhtt hntfh hut wnun
mg argument against capital punish- , u . , " ' , " "
ment Is contained in the current issue' ?' Howd Z.nzer's New Zealand red
of "Lend a Hand", prison publica-i bUnnieS dttarct attention. Just the
tinn ihm ho. i ..... same. One small bunny gives a re-
ette and College of Puget that. other topics of interest to per-! peat("i Performance by getting into a
---sins on tne "outside" as written by. u uuul lo l'" ueiigni oi me
the inmates of the state's prison aremany youngsters (of a ages) who
, contained in the April issue of the uause in front of the window.
April 18- Blojscn Day in
April 13. Monthly meeting
of Salem Art League, library.
8 p. m.
April 21. Willamette Glee
club concert. &
April 23. Howard E. Weed
lecture on "City Beautiful,"
Commercial club, 8 p. m.
April 23. Debate, Willam-
ette and Pacific University.
April 30. Pageant, "Awak
Free dance Auburn tonight. 81
Dance Auburn tonight. AdmissU.ii
free to everyone. gi
Music by Revelation orchestra, sing
ine by Frank Walsh, Portland's sinc-
jlng artist, at the Moose hall tonight.
emng of Spring,: opera nouse.
April 30. Debate, Willam-
Court House News
Admission for ladles free, gentle
men (1 at Moose hall tonight. 81!
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henderson if
Detroit, Mrs. W. E. Freeman, Mrs. L.
Ward, Mrs. Nina Foren of Albany
and Mrs. Bertha Slater, Mill City,
formed a party that registered at the
Bligh hotel Friday.
The regular weekly luncheon ot
business men will be held at the Coir,
mercial club Monday noon. The name
of the speaker for the day had not
been announced at the offices of the
club during the day. The Commercial
club lunches are steadily proving
more popular and business men wro
are accustomed to taking lunch down
town, as well as many who go home
for lunch, come to the Commercial
club Monday noons for "John's peer
less feed," and the benefit f tali.s
- Charles Letcher, Salem handy man
who. despite his eboft color is knowi:
as one of the best fisHermea in tii i
Willamette valley, donned rubber
boots and fishing creel and "went af
ter "em," Saturday morning. "Char
ley," as he is known to his many Sa
lem friends, made no promises of thr
eaten he would make but these same
friends are wagering that he will
bring in the limit, and that ls ex
pressing a lot of confidence, these
chilly April days. .
C. M. Fry of the Marlon Crtamery.
Arthur Rahn of the Rodgers Paper
company and B. L. Beall, foreman cf
the Journal's mechanical department
are anrong the nimrods who plan to
make an -excursion to Marion county
K. B. Miller of Cheyenne, Wyo,
spending a few days in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morrison of Ma
pleton stopped at the Bligh Friday
Automobiles driven by H. W. Park
er the photographer, and E. Horton,
route 4, Salem, sustained considerable day.
damage in a collision at the corner i"
of Liberty and State streets Friday' 0.
Charles Sherrlll, Talbot resident,
transacted business in Salem Satur-
Delilah Clover estate. Order appoint
In, n tmrn lepra. " "
George W. Patterson estate, an in-'0" was lnJured ln the sraash'
jane person. Order.
Daisy Herrick estate. Affidavit of
Daisy Herrick estate. Order, author
king administrator to sell real prop
erty. Marriage Licenses.
Riley Savage, 35, an electrician of for it '
Albany, to JEveiyn Smiley, 34, of Salem.
A. Brandon of Walla Walla.
evening, according to a report made at, Wash., was a Salem visitor Saturday
police headquarters by Mr. Parker.No
The Marion-Polk-Tahihlll County
W. H. Handy, 607 Union street, re
ported to police last night that a bi
cycle belonging to him had been stol
en from the Cottage street side of
the Catholic church. A description of
the bicycle was given police, and tor
day they were conducting a search
Jeweler, watchmaker, Si-
Baby chicks, 698 State. Phone 400.
Baby chicks, 668 State. Phone 408.
Dr. C. L. George, dentist, 813-814
Masonic bldg. v . 8;:
Lacy Milkstugh, 15, charge of the
stale blind school., .who disappeared
from the school Friday evening and
excited considerable consternation be
school about three hours later, it
cause of his absence, returned .to the
was reported from there today. Police
here were notified to watch for him,
and according to their reports, -no
trace of him had been reported up to
a late hour.
J. J. Mathis, 675 N. 20th street,
was fined $5 this morning by Police
Judge Race on a charge of driving
an auto past a "street car while the
car was accepting and ' discharging
passengers., Mathis was reported to
police by Motorman G. A. Anderson
of the Salem Street Railway com
The funeral for W. H. Strickland
will be held at the chapel of the
Rigdon & Son company at 2 p. m.
Sunday, It was announced there to
day. Burial will follow in City View
A building permit, was issued by the
'city recorder -Friday evening to T.
A. Roberts, to erect a bungalow at
494 North Winter street. The bunga
low will be built by G. M. Douglas,
and will, cost $5000. .
Dental Society will hold its regular
monthly meeting, Saturday, April 3,
at the Marion hotel. The principal
speaker of the evening will be Dr.
James S. Miller, of Eugene.
Watt Shlpp, manager of the tract
or department of the Valley Motor
company leaves Sunday ,on a com
bined business and pleasure trip to
San Francisco. Mr. Shlpp expects to be
gone for about 10 days.
The Art appreciation c'aas of the
Salem Art league will meet at the
public library Monday evening st t
o'clock, Mrs. R. Monroe Gilbert pre?
ident of the league announced Sat
urday. A large attendance is expected.
The regular meeting of the Salem
War mothers will be held at the Com
mercial club Tuesday afternoon, Apii.
.6 at 2:30 o'clock. The meeting datj
has been changed in order to accom
modate the various mothers who be
long to other organizations Hereafter
the chapter Will meet on the first
Tuesday of every month.
Tuesday evenings April 13, the S?.
lem art league will hold Its regular
monthly meeting at the library. Misi
Ethel Sawyer, who is giving a series
of lectures in Porttand, and who rll
go to Minnesota in the spring to re
peat them there, will speak to the is
sembly on "Salem the City Beautiful."
, Dr. G. V. Ellis, sailed for Ketch!
can, Alaska, Thursday, on a business
trip of Indefinite length. He took the
trip In response to an urgent tele
gram from his son who is located
James Elvin, secretary of the T.
M. C. A. will address the children at
the regular story hour next Saturday
at the public library at 10 a. m. He
will choose as his subject. "War Dogs"
Mr. Elvin recently spoke on this, sub
ject at a - public gathering, and is
scheduled to deliver a similar one
in Portland in the near future.
Used auto for sale, a 7 passenger
Studebaker in first class shape, with
all accessories. Inquire at 164 South
Commerciul street. 81
Dr. S. C. Stone can be found at Ty
lers drug store, - gj
rTi, j ij . in ii. i
I 'ti DOUGLAS MarLEAN
f DORIS MAT El :
I". 'I "WIV T'S YOUR ff 1
tl HUSBAND DOING?" f'
Lisle McCroskey, son of Manager
T. E. McCroskey of the Commercial
Club, after a week and a half vaca
tion here, returned this afternoon to
Eugene to resume his studies at the
University of Oregon. While here
Lisle "pulled" strongly for the ad
dltional school mlllage tax.
Charles W. Akerson, of Portland
has sent Taft petitions to County
Clerk U. G. Boyer for circulation ln
Marlon county. Clerk Boyer finds that
petition circulating is not included
among his various duties, but is hold
ing tho petitions for any loyal Taft
supporter who will take charge of the
matter. Instructions accompanying
the petitions state that one petition
may embody he signatures of resi
dents of any precincts. The petitions
ask that the ex-president's name be
placed on the Oregon republican bal
lot in the primaries, May 21.
F, A. Elliott, state forester and H.
J. Eberly, deputy forester, are ln
Portland today attending a meeting
of the state, board of forestry. From
Portland they will go to LaGrande
to attend a meeting of the Union
Waallowa county fire patrol association.
Roy E. Klein, secretary of the state
highway commission, is in Portland
today1 on business.
Reverend James A. Franklin, for
eign secretary of the foreign mission
ary societies of the Baptist church,
will speak at the church, Sunday
morning. He is In Oregon in the in
terests of the Baptist new world
movement. His itenerary in' the state
includes Portland, Baker, La Grande
Pendleton, Corvallis, Albany, Eugene
Roseburg, Grants Pass, Medford and
Plans for the conduct of the prune
business' this season; and reasons frr
the latent movement of prunes dur
ing the past season, were discussed at
a meeting this afternoon of ten Sa
lem' Fruit Union prune growers In
the offices of the company. About 50
prune growers were in attendance,
and the meeting continued through
out the afternoon.
Two Autos Taken;
One Is Returned
No trace of an auto, bearing Ore
gon license No. 19864, belonging to
A. L, Seamster, with offices In the
Masonic building, that was reported
stolen Friday evening, has been found
up to a late hour today. The auto was
taken from ln front of the Masonic
Temple, State and High streets, some
time Friday afternoon between 1 and
An automobile, belonging to Ho
mer Hulsey, 241 South 18th street,
that was reported late last night as
stolen from the Dreamland Rink
east end of State street, was found
standing where It was taken from this
morning. It ls believed that the
Ed Shar, Central Howell farmer.
reported Friday to Sheriff Needham,
Fresh from the Oven
to Your Breakfast
We will have our fresh Hot Cross Buns for sale. They're
great. Try some. Make us your Easter Bakers.
Bake-Rite Bread tastes Right. Fresh every day.
BakeRite Sanitary Bakery
437 State Street
Equipped with automobiles mem
bers of Capital Assembly No. 84, Un
ited Artisans, will leave the Oregon
Electric depot here at 9 a. m. Sun
day for the woods to procure ferns
and other decorations for the armory
and the Artisan Dpill Girls Team
dance next Wednesday night.
Ivan Martin, attorney of Salem, was
principal speaker at the social at Lib
erty Friday evening at which $180 was
made for the benefit fund of tha now.
ly organized Liberty band. Miss Valeda
Ohmart and Lyman McDonald were
Service. Our earn
est endeavor to give
satisfaction, and su
perior service, ls
evidenced, by the
courtesy of our staff
the efficiency of our
satisfaction of our
clients and the qual
Ity of service ren
dered, quality. Cour
W. D. GORSLINE'S
TUESDAY; APRIL 6, 1:30 P.M.
Located 4 miles north of Salem, 1-2 mile west of the Wal
lace Road, known as the James K. Sears, place; go through
the Calder place or by the Winslow Road; consisting of
20 HEAD OF DAIRY COWS 20
Fresh and coming fresh ; all good milkers, 2 to 8 years oldr.
6 HEAD OF HORSES 6
One pair matched mares, weight 2200 pounds; one mare
1500 pounds, 9 years old ; One mare 1400 pounds, 5 years
old; One mare 1400 pounds, 4 years old; One mare 135P
pounds, 5 years old.
19 HEAD GOATS 19
3, 5 and 10-gallon cream cans; One Galoway cream separator
'.TERMS OF SALE WILL BE CASH
NOTE I am selling my tiairy on account of Labor
W. D. Gorsline, F. N. Woodry,
Phone 64F11 Phone 510 or 511, Salem
NOTE Woodry conducts stock and farm auctions every
where. List your sales with him for RESULTS.
341 N. Commercial
thieves, after enjoying a ride, return
ed the machine some time early this
Fishing Is Poor
On Polk Streams
Delias, Or., Apr. 3. Those fisher
men who had the bravery to dash forth
Thursday in search of the trout in the
streams of this vicinity had poor luck
for their troubles and practically every
one returned with empty baskets. The
snow in the mountains and the high
water are given as the main cause for
the poor luck. The Luckiamute rrt
one of the best trout streams in the
county is bank full and .fishermen
claim that it will be impossible to fist,
on that stream for at least a month
owing to the depth of the snow on its
headwater which will go out when the
I Young Ladies Sodshty. ling to II. W. Navler. is under arrest
Quaint costumes of a by-gone age i here. Altman was lured to Reno from
will have their places on the stage. The j Stockton, Cal.. through decoy te!-
Crams sent by J. H. Kirkley, chief of
police of Reno and was arrested on his
arrival. Police reported he made noin-,
Old Time Songs To
All the old songs that our grand
mothers used to sing, and the melodieo
that still hold a first place in the
hearts of the present generation, will
be featured at the "Old Time Concert"
to be given at St. Joseph's hall Thurs
day evening by the members of the
program will consist of readings,
songs, piano, harp and cello solos.
The performance is under the direc
tion of expert instructors and extensive
plans for the decorations are being
Lane County Fair
Head Is Selected
Eugene, Or., Apr. 3. E. R. Spencer,
county commissioner, has been elected
president of the Lane County Fair as
sociation. He succeeds W. C. Yoran,
who was elected secretary, taking the
place of Ray H. Wood, who has resign
ed and will leave at once for Salt Lake
to reside. Roy Woodruff was chosen
as vice-presidentto succeed Mr. Spencer.
Army Man Sought
On Many Charges
Captured In Reno
Reno, Nev., Apr. 3. R. C. Altman.
army lieutenant, wanted on charges of
desertion at Camp Kearny last July,
embezzlement of army funds and theft
of an automobile at San Diego belong-
Gasoline Jumps To
30 Cents In North
Spokane, Wash., April 3. The retail
price of gasoline was increased two
cents a gallon to 30. cents at Stamlara
Oil company service stations here to
day. Other companies had not raised
(heir prices, It was said, but expected
orders for increases
Falls City Camps
Falls City. Or.. Apr. 3. An 18-inch
s-nowfall in the mountains southwest of
here necessitated the closing of two
hogging camps Wednesday, giving an
enforced vacation to about 170 em
ployes. Operations have ceased ai
both the Spaulding Lumber comimnv'i
camp and the Willamette Valley Lum
ber company's camp, and will not be
resumed tuntll the weather moderate
tnd some of the snow leaves.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
B$fjrJ&ra& Meet Mo. at Mpurrc 0CO5Q2mvBac.avYfWAA
Owing to the change in ownership the
. ; Main room oi "MEYERS" Will
BE CLOSED 3 DAYS
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
APRIL 5, 6, 7
For the purpose of invoicing.
The MILLINERY and READY-TO-WEAR
Section WILL REMAIN OPEN,
and all customers will please use the
Court Street Entrance.
You Can Always Do Better At
Who Always Does Better By You
A Car that Looks Good and Is as Good as it Looks
In the SKELTON "FOUR"
at $1395, f. o. b. Salem, we
present what we believe to
be a nearer approach to the
ideal in a car of moderate
size and price than has ever
before been attained.
' SKELTON cars, both in
mechanical structure and
appearance, really reflect
those qualities which the
public has sought, but, until
now, failed to find in a sat
The SKELTON, made of
standard units of the finest
type. Borge & Beck clutch,
Timken bearings, full float
ing axle, Lycoming Engine,
Westinghouse Starting and
lighting, Hotchkiss Drive,
full crown fenders, 112-inch
wheel base, proves abso
lutely that a car may be su
perlatively good looking
and still be marketed at a
J. E. Ringrose
Distributors for Marlon and Polk Counties
Dealers : Wire or Wlrite for Territory