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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1920)
"TUB CAHIAL JUI RNAL
Salem of Hoover's
Day Is Shown in
Display of Photos ;
'Early Appearance Reports From Many 'JSix Million Will
j Of Anthracanose Streams Shmv Good j Be Spent By Rail
On Trf.tta Rennrtedi Season Coming Lines This Year
FRI.VCKMIMF-S UK .VF. f .r "k .J " l'
ro lUKLi cvmv nr T TI.E qraa am n-" j acci.iK. -
bW formerly Mr, B. Leeds. wid j house of Greece 1? denied.
v of a miuur naiure, '
What horticulturist! hold to be one The information dep-irtment of, Lnica0o, April i
t ... . . 'n,;iii,.n ir.iit.FH -m nripd hv the
of the direct results of the extreme Ilauser brotr.-rs store nis receivea a -
reather condition, in December is' number of fetter. In response to oner-; railroads this year to P"r
t ........ .... , .. .v.. ,,. .,w mt .t rentlv for information ; cse or new equipment .
Viiloubtediv one of the most Inter-'""" 1 " - oeruinin to tV cor. l.t on of streams, ation of Rlw-r Executives announc-
' nearsm,. of anlhrac&noee ranker on .pertaining i ut ii.i.i.n uiutiiur, .iimj.i,
est o collection of photographs shown ' ,pp trfes ln variou part, of Wil-' the localities named. While the re j" ' lo" '"" divi."n of ,ne
1. f... L. n I. ' .. .... ,. .. ' ... u,ik r..i,- h-iv. rni-frih. I "ICl licit l
" lameue vaney. ss. 11. lan i rump. -j - ..
t case of the Tom Cronise stu-'mHnir fruit insnector renorted today uted to the turbulent conditions of the -l .. !'"" 1UT
0 ' itliat the disease to noticeable here In' streams, several Saleni fishermen hare 'transportation acu - .
no rtnrmhrn th. lr,nrlr nf .v.. ,.l.l ,.1 . d i . utrinrs In the unner! ne remaining . J," J J. IF
the rate capitol when that building: peeially upon tree that were Injured; reaches of the waters.
a fence encioed the giounuar itr.j Cancerous U.rk growths, formed Elg Elk anJ Vagina river In vi- j vestment market, the eivunes m..i-.
rourt house in the days when tht- out snore, a very unusual condition ' clear streinw f-illinir. The tront are EiUipiem neeat for tn year.
t tat ne ihjsf mirmouniii thui huiMinc'ss the snore Dostules are not usually Ktriifint? n!nnfn rennmlim- bin little ! presidents leportetl
, . !....i.r..j k. . i i i..i i t,.-. l. , , ifieinht cam. : ia ser cars
u new ana an wwpect. 01 mminiuuiL i cwk " h -iii iia u. uoou over niiit accomnioua
i i n t. Aiu f th. Ai.t! The abnormal annearance was first: ti.-.. i&wv luin'mutnTO.
ftcutch mills on Xurth Front street, be-1 reported by Professor H. P. Earss.
for than plant was burned. Brtcxl0' the tlepartmenU
from tne ruitia of the mills U helnr'P'ant patholosy. A.
used to the eonstrucUon of the new." noticeable in the pimpled and QUn and hotel at Falls City.
Lyons on the Santlatn reports fair
fishing, with plenty of hotel accommo-
rimiMhvit liv that trtmac !?ir s -teniS Tid
! through loans neitottated in tne In-!
Luckimttte . river upper reaches
of the apple tree, the blisters beinsr A ' .
Deacuurs hospital at South Winter
street- The Chemeketa bote! as it stood
in 1 Is also here shoeing sini;le
arated aurreys driving- along South
Commercial stret, which was not paved
at that time. This hotel was the nu
treatment programs wUl be announc
. Thee scenes were all familiar ones't(i
during Hoover's boyhood here, 188 7-1 '
plitered condition of the outer bark
about the six of a pin's bead.
of botany and clear and cold. Fish axe striking unit,: Prfifirfl C nrtfitlllP. j
on spinner. Too early for fly. - ,
To Send Iroops
Stream in vicinity of Jordon is run
ning deep. Trout are striking spinner.
Frankfort, Apr? 5. French troops
ISM. At that time, Chinatown was ln
fult bloom and tha picture of the Sing
Ling laundry on Liberty street, be
tween State and Court, shows that the
Orinetaia at that time were ensconded
on whut la now one of the most valu
able, sections ln Salem's business district
One picture is shown, a portion of
operation of Air. Van Trump in in-
rnnTifowr. lh1 at bait. Camp grounds and continued today to arrive in Frankfort
. . room a af ni,rel-.iFOre. 1 wvhik. uimuvuicu iiuuukuvui urw-
Uttle and Big Nestauccas. from i occupied district from this city,
head of tide up-stream Water is high j Paul Tirard, president of the inter
but falling (April 4). FUh are taking: oatlonal Rhlneland commission, and
bait and wild for spinner. Over-nlgm j Major General Henry A.ieu, coiu
lodging at Cloverdale hotel tand farm ! mander in chief of the American army
hom. The fkhlne here is reDortediof occupation, visited Hayence today
to bet getting better all the time, good.an1 conferred with General DeGoutte,
commanaer ol the French occupation
Calf Sells For
jfOVe IS tie at 'atchehav'nSbenmade'ntheclear-
. , er reaches.
.uiiuge oruvB nasn i got anytnin;
on Salem or vicinity, when it tames
which is familiar to even recent resi- j to ntin Profitable veal calves,
dents of Salem. This Is a view of the' la 1316 ltsue ' a Portland p
Southern pacific station at 12th and"1, "'PMrd an r"cle from Cottage
Oakrtrwt. That until three years airt .1 nertln u """e1 "'at a Mr
was the reception "parlor" of this city. ! f; "Carla." 11 veul at
The building is now used a an adjunct ,P ""f, or '"' T Mr"' Mcl"ar
to the new depot and stands nearly onTI? b"red- he recw le
Its old site. One of the two horsecars! T ' ae- rOU'? ' Salem' has
shown in this nle-ti.r. . .ir.v i "rot her Deut- IIe w,lt' a veal calf ly
Herbert Hoover and at th, .i.,.!,ne "azelwood company here aever.l
1H0 were rer.irded as strictly mod
4rrn Inntivntlonai fur tKln nltU
There are three views of Salem's fire I MtirdPf Si C t)Pri
department in all Its glory. One Photo-W?' "ir7C;('t
Kmph depicts a fire tournament in full
blast with the Salem volunteers Jubi
lant over having carried away the hon
ors from rival cities. Another picture
hos the police force of thrco men in
US, the member of the groun belli?
Linn Smith, Jime Meade and Wells
Popular Girl And
A proclamation was issued by the
French authorities forbidding shop
keepers to increase prices to the occu
day flHO for (3 1.92.
San Diego. Cal.. April 10 Jamei
Woods, whose real name the polio
Lntourette. That unt.m . .... Andrew Huirt and who wn
, . srresieu
Attempts To End
Life With Knife
DOCK STRIKE PROBED
Portland, Or., April 10. General
1 .rtTlflitinnt nffuiltnn snllilni n.onfr .nil
Swelling the list of weddings thatjthe 3ituatlon ln r.ortiad created by
s giving April a record that bids fair,,he recent of longshore.
to rival that 6 'June as a "Honey- men ,0 load ,he ,teamer Eelbeclc wUn
moon month, Grace Wane Davia, , .hi,.. h h
one of Salem's mont attractive younc
women, and Dr. W. A. Johnson, of
this city. were married this afternoon
at the parsonage of the Lealle Meth
odist Episcopal church. Reverend H. j
service t that time to prove,, by heC, 1 V ",e"'r f on
Photograph of employe. 'of this tottJZZ. ! Uth:
-unxvic VUllim-llUn Willi
two murders, attempted suicide in
,..:m; : :,, "."".:uu or':fl1' n, brought from the north-
of the 8nlm postoffice.
W. .1 T 1. 1 . .. , .
fo mI" 'r,- I'-"' ' ny here today
mer neighbor of Hoover', I. sown J? ". T"J "
wiwi man carriers eiuliiment. H
also, Halem residents are given 1SS8
ven lons of lhn II. Albert and Dr. W
That Hnlem had u bit
nootls used a rusty pen rnifc In hi-
union dock workers were the prlnci
pal topics 'taken up today by the
Northwest Waterfront Employers as
sociation, in session here. E. P. Marsh
... ijanior, otiiciaieu. U51HK!.... .v. i :
. . -jiiucu in, iiiurniug session.
nil? ififi ccicniviiir.
Although their engagement had
been an open secret among their hott
of friends, the marriage of the youna
couple was a surprise. Mws Davis ,n
for a number of months employed in
the millinery vstabllshment of Mrs.
O. C. Locke, on Liberty street. Mr
Johnson Is a dentist of this city. Both
young people are extremely populir
Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Ponuroy acted
as best man and brldesmi'M, and the
MIXERS INSPECT SMELTER
Seattle, Wash., Apr. 1 0. Delegates
attending the International Mining con i
gress here left today for Tacoma to In-!
spect a smelter. , I
CORONER PROBES DEATH
Seattle, Wash., Apr. 18. Coroner C.i
C. Tiffin today conducted an inquest
to determine if possible the cause otj
the death of Miss Blanche Crowe, one!
guests, all of whom were relatives ..f!"' uur i"e ""n 'nen l"e
jelfort at suicide, thi arresting off.-i the couple were: Mrs. C. W. Davis, j uncoln was destroyed by fire here;
cer said, and although h- Mncecded ' mother of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. W. ' w ednesday. The coroner said he would j
I in inflicting serious ..mr.es u...... IV. oJhnson. parents of tha si-nom. t,.. investigate cnarg that tne hotel was
iviiem nad u bit o' snow ln'.i w , . .... ..... . .' ... ... . , . .
1ilR' t k...ui.i . "i-i, iic inienvu me juguiir vetr ..ml " ojnnson, jean jonnson. .iirs. .uti-
thotoaranh nr h i L i, , " ' belieVf,d hat he will reciver. rey Hobson. of Pcio; Miss Muriel Dttv
!"M,.U!r,,l,.,,0,n,,,"!Woo", had' several hund.ed fioliir, l and Thelma", Ruth inl Margaret
n hit' pos'
wsslon when arrit)J.
hit i When arrested In Ijtm Anunln.
The eyes of Wood denied that he was Huirt and
reslilene. ,l.h . h.. ... ... ."
" "',ln liberty bonds and a large and va
' rh. . ..u . . i'ed "aaortment of Jewelry
H,v iii.uj viner reuiiuuers
tna. van in has changed quit a
during the past year. The eye
ui mt omer resident arrow ...ri.j n... i i ....i o.. , .
.".'!.!!: U.M.h,PV Vlt'.w Uu" Kene for Plr. In a safety deposit box
iiiij ... ,,m ,eopie no ngure there here would prove his Innocence. Thu
Mrr'n,""'' , , , ,Hr ,he ?vs not located ,h.
Mr. UoniHe ha. labeled the photo-' safety deposit lu.x, although they ay
Kraph the best of hi. fti,,v and, that they expect to do so this aft,.
plans to add other
from time to (ie.
Interesting views noon,
.. Resigns To Enter
. Federal Service
Corvallls. Or., April 10. Dr. U. P.
Harrows, professor of agricultural ed
ucation al Oregon Agricultural -o!-lege
and state supervls-ir of agricul
tural education under the Siu 'li
llughes act, has resigned. Ho will ie--om
federal regional agent for
rlcultural education nd his torrlbn
will comprise the seven western states
Headquarters for the work will be at '
Get Soup At Noon
After a brief wedding trip' to Port
land, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will re
turn to Kalian, where they will aiake
a "fire trap", and that the fire escapes j
were faulty. J
their temporary home at the
denee of too bridu'i mother.
For Hughes Held
PORTL.Xl FLYER HI RT j
Camden, N. J., Apr. 10. Lieutennmi
Mark C. Hoglie, of Portland. Or., and,
Lieutenant Richard Wright of Cleve-I
land, O., were injured today when the
aerial mail plane they were piloting
from Bustleton, Pa., to Washington,
caught fire 17000 feet over Berlin, 15
miles from here. '
Portland, Or., '
services for the
MI RDERKR SENTENCED,
liutte. Mont., Apr. 10. Steve Byrne
recently convicted in district court
' Corvallls, Or., April 10, Nearly a
million dollars was saved to the far
mers of Oregon through the work of
the county agents, according to tip
annual report of Paul V. Maris, conn
y agent leader. This was done at a
com of I9M75, or approxl'nately t!0
saved o II snent. County
were employed In S3 of the 30 coun
ties of the state lust year and thnv
additional counties have rmpjoye.l
agent thii year. Thirteen t.t 26 coun
ty agents in thu sluts are eradDat:
of the Oregon Agrlcultuial colkg;
Hughes, resident bishop of Oregon for
the Methodist Episcopal church, were
held hero today from the First Meth
odist church. Final rites were under
, tha auspices of the church and of the
Masonic lodge. Kulonlvs were deliver
ed by Bishop Paul 11. .Mitchell of St.
Pul and Dlshop Earl Cranston, first
resident bishop of the church in the
northwest. The body l,ny in state to
day until the funeral nt 1:J0 o'clock.
Final ceremonies wore held at Ine
Portland crematorium late tills after
noon, the body being placed In a
vault there pending final burial arrangements.
.Matthew S. (here of the murder lajt December 9
of Sjlvester J. Prenatt, was formally
sentenced by Judge J. J. Lynch today
to be hanged on Friday, May 28th.
. Financed bv the Mother club of the
First Methodist church and fostered
by thi Mothers club of the Highland
Mchoul ,n successful movement Is being
rarrled on whereby children ,f n...
Bower Would Be
Potato Boycott In
Force In Tacoma
Tacoma. Wash., Apr. 10. X boy-
cott on the use of potatoes Is under
way here today. They are selling for
lt5 a top and dealers were predict-'
ing that next week they will touch the
l-'io mark. ;
Local restaurants otday displayed
such signs ns "Potatoes are outrog
eouly high. Eat beans, lioe and mac-
Oscar D. Power, chief deputy in the
tiffi.,,. ... ul la ... .
!L.r'!!- " ! - caniiidacTr "ZT
. ,1 . V ""mrrn mn required fl, Satiirdav. Deputy Bower who h is "roni."
.L. I: . 1 r'1 r,,r xn "'', ha. a good remitatlon f. .'." .:' the price drop
service, . ' 1r0l,uc iloalers said that hmise-
No other candidates have Med for11'" Br rc,u'nS ,0 by potatoes,
this deiartnieiit. although Sheriff W I bm fnitt ,h,"v arc sollilS "'I 'hey can
""ihaui announced some time ago
that h would not be a candidate for
the child Is unnhlo to pay, In which
ase It is given free.
; It is served in the old playroom,
cafeteria style. Equipment for the en
terprise was furnished by the school
board, and supplies are furnished by
the Methodist Mothers' club. The pro
ject Is receiving the hearty en-opera.
Hon of both the parents and the dill
dren of the school.
ouring the week April S-10, Ui
fcowis of soup were served, (0 of which
"ltoycott potatoes for 10 days and
. ... ...
uirr itoaa, Miiverton nttornev. l.
I nuea to court matters In Salem
Alleged Thief Is
ONLY TWENTY YEARS AGO,
Nobody swatted the fly.
Nobody wore a wrist watc'j.
Nobody wore white shoes.
Most young men had "liverv
Farmers came, to town for
their mail. . '
The heavens were not full of
Nor the tens alive with under
The hired girl drew one-fifty
a week and was happy.
The butcher . "threw in" a
chunk of liver. '
Thu merchant "threw in" a
pah; of suspenders with every
Nobody "listened In" on the
There wire no sane Fourths
nor electric meters.
Straw stneks were burned in
stead of baled.
Publishing a country news
paper was not n business it
was a dueling game,
There were no Bolshevists or
The sc.fety raitor had not In
troduced the clean-shaven face.
And they didn't say Sedan.
Or., Apr, 10. AnmiKi
Frl- 1 K lr,wlt'd yesterday at Scotland,
S. IX, on a warrant Issued here chare-
Ing larceny, has been release.! nn hnii
uiiuge ueorge O. Rlnohnm aroominic to advices re.ii-hlnir hir t.
led to his homo her rvi.i.,,. . dav. I.in'iiI .nitli.nlil.n i,
I. ,,, , uun . ivn (ii im-
i illildlnir eniii-l nl An.n.. ...- .. I t., U.....I.. .i 1.1 . .
... ----- - uuring me - - '""i '""iioruies asKing tnai
Heirs Arc named?
fifc.M.! , I According to Sheriff Hurlhurt
- , II'! l?M 8". Mount! Combined asgler.- and hunters' Uumte. nllegv-d defalcation, here air-
d T ,T i'"1 "h rBr"1"' '!7rml"' hnv' a wH,"n t G.iwM more than 10MS 6
dmittrd lo probate, Frldav. Ellis, ". Rturuis, Brooks m.l T-.A u ,
ivens and Willard Steven, are ap-ll,r Stayton. h"
pointed executors In an order signed! .
bv County jMdge W. XI. Hushey who! F- Hoffman, manner of the
also appoint F. E. Cillister, M. o.'c,,ur Apartments, reported to police
ll'l-T" Pd ,A'li""' " aP-i"lUn'ur"i ha h!S auto sustained
"i,., , , l:"',.',:I,h, da,,,a m-
- ronsists ot per-i iiiaenin driven hv
Base Crook Takes
Coin From Church
Portland. Or., April
his absence from the
- ui pirr-i - - ,h, nine driven py A . i-i.wimfcu nn
prorwrty valuod at 15000 and ""Kherty of Junction City on Court . . ,f,r Sumlav- """rings of the day
real holdings valued at $J.00. Heir "'. between Liliertv and Hich ,,,all''1 approximately Joo were
u; Litis Ktevens, Oerval
I.nteson, Estacada; Wtllard
falern: Millie Itateson, Th
and Daisy Bump, Oervals.
A delivery ca rbelonglng to
vnerry l ,wkerv w KyMy
mma ru-en by Dr. O If
roiuoea with It t th
I taken from tho parin.ic d, w i;
. 3. JUtton, rector of St. Mark
r.pisco,vai church told the police today.
It was the first opportunity he had
corner of Capitol and Market street haJ r,"ort ,he loss of the money
yesterday evening, according to uo.'ne a!d' " of which had been taken
lice report i.i.ln- v.. ., , , , In the Ei1ei. ..tr.......
l "i' " was injur
Agua rrieta. Sonora, Mex., Apr. 10'
Kolx-rt CaHllm chief of Carran..'J
crel tervice. who returned her ihl
ml'Ty io.r ,'hB rnm". h-
In the Easter offeratory.
WAR S ISE I'RGED
vkll. iw... pouuin ras simllur l thoi
wornlnf from the eentral section of ".1!" i'h. "1 h-il "' 1,,,a ""SKested for
Ihe state, brlnn news of a wholewte ..!.. '.'"l' of ,h Rlgdon Son com-l,n fntlnction of grasshorpe a,,l
nwution at .Nuevo Minos yesterday 'd V,. i-," Burial wlu gophers in We.tern Canadian areas
When a company of federal cavalry. ' , Vly Jl,w cemetery. Mr. Palmer ,,v - J- "ould member of he federal
J in who have b..ea scouring the ?'" tn lto'''l see-i e:lature.
nountalns in the vicinity of Nuevo '
rin, trapped a iwrty of twenty flve! , GAME IS POSTPONED
tMnnits in the Caon ' '"'' moving a houw( S.ilt Luke City. I'tsh.
canyon) south of that place. , near tne corner of Ferry and Cottage Portland-Salt Lake City
jutreets droi-e a windless pin Inta the poned; ram.
R. twM J9.0SO and 40 0.10 bl.k l L ",,,rnin omethlne hap-i .
,rers ,he South Africa .M mine! IITS"'1 ' W! The IMtUh ministry of tah
aier mam, and for .v.;ir-,ini, ,,u,i. ... . .. . . " "
have susnendea mV'lZZl'''""-'1 '
Tuesday, April 13th
l it p. m 151 North Front S
Brass and Vernus Martin beds,
coll springs, . felt mattresses.
ruapie and onk- dressers, oak
iiorary table, oak extension
table, ( oak diners, fir buffet,
Morris chair, rockers, 2 maga
zine racks and books, pictures,
lace curtains, mats, window
blinds, portiers, rugs, 100 qts.
home canned fruit, lounge, heat
er, good poshed top t-hole
charter Oak range, sewing ma
chine, 15 doi fruit Jars, wash
tubs, boiler ,ax, garden tools,
new (.foot cross cut saw, set
irold mounted dishes and oth-r
dishes and glassware, and lots
of other things.
Be On Time
Tuesday. 1:30 p.m. April 1J
Htl North Front Street
Mrs. O.W: Hedrick
THE AUCTIONEER i
Phone tie or til
'YUodry Bays Ilvcrjlliing"
We Are Better
Prepared to Take
Care of the
and His Family
Than ever before. Most of our
merchandise was contracted
ahead of the last advances..
Buying for cash and selling fdr
cash means dollars to our
many customers. That is why
you can buy the mecrhandise
as listed here:
Best blue denim overall and jumper $2.39
Good heavy covert cloth overall and
jumper .. . .....$2.25
Heavy expressman -stripe overalls ....$2.25
Heavy work suits, blue and khaki ....$4.50
Khaki and blue striped .....$3.49, $3.98
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
Dress shoes from ..
Work shoes, from
$3.98 to $9.90
.....$3.25 to $7.90
By looking over our merchandise and
comparing our prices with what thev are
asking elsewhere, you will be CONVINC
ED OF THE WONDERFUL VALUES
WE ARE GIVING YOU.
. Now is the time you wani 'jj
Canvas .. ...... i5c
Canvas Leather Face 39c
All leather 59c, 69c, 79c, 98c, $1.19, $1.25,"
. $1.49, $1.69, $1.98 and $2.25
$2.49; and the best horsehide. $2.90
A fine auto dog-hide gauntlet at....$3.9S
Dress shirts 98c to $7.90
Work Shirts in Khaki, Blue, Grey and
Mack JSc, $1.20, $1.49 and $1.9S
yJJy ''Sl'Hation-vide Institictlo
j'.. "' " . ' ' i
rrjn n -
If You Hesitate You May Lose
Buy yoUr Spring Hat today while the stocks are com
plete. Jhe Spring Hats are all here, so donH be afraid ,
that you will not get the latest. v 1
SEE OUR HAT WINDOW t V
You can depend upon us to lit you with ' the S most be
coming shape and shade. We know how to do it and we
nave the assortment. . .
HltwZowyn StdSOnS 0rllory Hais-
STETSONS $7.50 to $Q.OO ' -MALLORY
$5.00 to $8.00
You do not take a chance to lose if you purchase here
Salem Woolen Mills Store
C P. BISHOP, PROP.
Everv familv i n Afn
' MVtlt is l
e shut off. ' Th " f:,r "WUe work ho. at-
J luu una roue Lounties a Patron
... or v Vi.
iravteu tn,, mot lr:im-,-i. .