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MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1920,
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
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Aoril II. Women's Repu
Ue.n club meets, armory, vet
ns room. 2:30 p.m.' ,
Aoril 15 Hawkey cluh
u t home of lira. Roberta
5 North Winter street. T:S
" April 13 SaleameB olub
meeting, Commercial club, 8
. Commercial club, S
'"frU j3. Monthly meetln
0, felera Art Le-SW "hralT"
April IS Regular meeting
Salem Cherrians, Commercial
club. 8 P- m- w ' ;
Commercial ciuu. k-
Tin in 11
rii 14 Salem Rotariana,
Hotel Marlon. Noon- -
April 14 - Khutor Open
Forum meeting. Commercial
dUApril 17. Debate, WUlam
,tte and College of Puget
April 18. Blaw-ia Day In
A j is, Business Wena
luncheon, Commercial club.
April 21. Willamette Glee
April 23. Howard E. Weed
lecture on "City Beautiful"
April 23. Debate. Willam
ette and Pacific University. .
April Elks Scout night,
armory, 8 p. m.
April 30. Pageant, "Awak
ette and McMinnville College,
ening of Spring," opera houee.
Uav i. Benefit Dance. Com-
" .... l,rt
Just arrived at Bishm.-. . fi.n n.
of corduroy trousers. Get yours be
fore they are all gone. gj
. See Doris AlcCartney, the child
wonder of Portland, at the high school
TueC 8 p. m. Hospital benefit Adults
25c, children 10c gj
Taking a " much-needed vacation,
Henry Meyers, formerly of Meyers
tore, left Saturday night for Sileti
where he will spend a week or tAn
Everybody Invited to the Elks jit
ney dance at armory- Wednesday
night April 14th.. o
In response to a telegram from
Portland police headquarters, Mon
day morning, deputies from Sher-,
iff Needham's office were on the look
out for a Reo car stolen from that
city early In the day. The car, which
bears police license No. 71S. is des
cribed as having a green body, wheels
white. A silver eagle Is affixed to the
radiator. When lat seen, the car
was speeding south on the Pacific
highway, but no trace of the machine
and from 1 to 5. afternoons, oa all
Help wind "up the hospital cam
paign by attending the concert at the
high school Toes, evening. Adults 25c
children 10c. gg
Boiling dry and catching fire a
boiler filled with clothes In an apart
ment at the Court apartments, Cot
tatrp and ourt streoia
idents there that the fire department
was Bummoneu to extinguish the fire.
No damage resulted
put out before it could spread.
"Huckleberry Finn" sneninl 1 An
matinee for children under 14 Satur
day morning at 10:30, at The Oregon.
Mrs. Alexander Thompson, repre
sentative to the Oregon legislature
from The Dalles, will speak in favor
of the two mill tax for elementary
schools, at Stayton, Monday night,
April IS. Mrs. Thompson has beem
speaking In various portions of the
state in favor of the educational meas
ure but this is her first appearance In
Marion county districts.
Mrs. Warren Hunt, who has been
seriously ill at a local hospital for the
past 11 weeks, and whose recovery
was despaired of several times during
the period, was removed to her home,
195 Church street, Monday. Mrs.
Hunt is convalescing slowly.
Pearl Hassler, of the Turner Tri
bune, was a Portland visitor Sunday
and Monday. - -
Mrs. Belle Hildebrand. of Polk
county, was a guest at the home of
her sister, Mrs. E. J. Young, 495 N.
Commercial street, Saturday. Mrs.
Hildebrand manages a large farm
surveyor. Records ef Mr. Herrick sstate prison here for obtaining money
work are available in nearly everyunder false pretenses in Vnien countv,
transfer entry in Marion, properly oas been paroled to George W. Kroh
deals. Perhaps there is no one person man, sheriff of Canvon county, Idaho,
,h! STk9 ,ha!,bet.tr !rftSPhl return himto the Idaho coun
on the lav of the land hm' nA vt ...
lW " . .. " - - ry u race a cnarge of forgery.
about the only time most Marionites
ever near or Mr. Herrick is en elec-
tio mime. Recently Mr. Herri.it fiuui Jlftfpix'.iMn 7 f .'am
declaration of candidacy for re-el,."1 "
vTbinn"arra;hrfiea.d ,,oother Hacks Steelhammer
,-, " v vijuuvi me irs m m, OHIO
leorge M. Moore serving time in the county assessor, for which h- h-
Declaring confidence in his ahilirv
to conduct the aff- irs of the office f
ing the nomination. Veil .No. 315 :,t
the MnsicUns Mu oj! protective
t-iation has passed resolutions endors
ing Oscar A. Steeihammer, a memb-r
of the association, for the office.
A protest has been filed with the
state highway department against the
proposed plana for a bridge across the
Molalla between Canby and Harlow.
Capital post, American Legion of
Salem has adopted resolutions favor
ing the passage of the so called high
er education tax measures to be vote-.I
on May 21.
Sarah Whitnev. adminlstratr-lv rf
the Opnrp-a W llkitn,v v. '
- ., . ., ... ... vi nuc naa
been exonerated from further estate
duty and the. administration is de
clared closed In an order signed by
County Judge W. M. v Bushey, Mon-dya.
The marriage of Miss Hulda Bon
ner and Frftd W L,hm,n tnnlr rt no
Saturday evening at the home of the
bride's parents, 536 South 17th street.'
neverena u. s. jioeaer, pastor of the
Center Street Methodist church read!
tne ceremony in the presence of a few
relatives and friends. The young mar
ried people will make their home in
Court House News
Probate Court. - .
N E. Milster estate. Final account.
Bebecca Caroline Wright estate.
Order. ' -" '
George W. Whitney estate. Order,
judgment and decree. " -
N. E. Milster estate. Order on fil
ing final account. . -J
m irrluire Lkscnses,
; j i Stewart, 24, of Corvalls, a stu
dent, to L. Merle DuRette, 20, of Fair
field. , J'
H. I). Vibbert, 57, of Brooks, a lo
ganberry trainer, to Louise Jane Prich
ard, 55, of Brooks.
Fred W. Lehman, 24, of 2400 Oxford
stret, a weaver, to Hulda Ronner, 21,
of 17th street.
Robert O. Donovan, .68, of lone, a
farmer, to Mrs.' Sadie L. Jennings, 50,
ef Salem. .
CALKINS Miss Florence Calkins,
28, at a local hospital Saturday
night. Body at Webb & Clough's.
Funeral arrangements not com
plete. - -
MORGAN Mrs. Priscilla : Morgan,
80, at North Howell Prairie, Satur-
day. Funeral under direction of
RiRdon & Son company at the fanr
lly residence at 1 p. rh. today. Bur
ial in McCleay cemetery.
Doris McCartney, the child won.
der of Portland, who anneared he fare
the state fed. of music last week in
that city, will be seen in 2 numbers
on Tues. evening at the high school.
R. R. Kearns, from Turner, report
ed to police Saturday night that his
motorcycle was damaged when an
auto, the owner of which is unknown
"to police, collided with him.
Receipts of $9,201.73 and disburse
ments of $1,157.36 are reported by
Fannie A. Drake, executrix-of the N
E. Milster estate. The balance of
$8044.37 will be distributed among
the following designated heirs in ac
cordance with the will of the deceas
ed. Heirs are: Mary E. Ridings-Pickerel,
Silverton; Ida S. Graves, Aurora;
Fannie A. Drake, Silverton; ' Jett U
Dibble. Molalla; Bertha J. Winter-
sides, Mulino; Dell T. Smith, Eugene;
Lettie E. Davenport, Portland; Beda
L. Kerrnish, Quathiaska Cove, British
Columbia, Canada. The will provides
that all named heirs shall have share
and share alike In the estate.
W. A. Grady,, of New York City,
was a Sunday guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Terwilliger, 770
Ira Wade, county treasurer of Lin
coln county, was a visitor In 'Salem
For nearly 24 years B. B. Herrick
has served Marion county as officla
Get your new spring and summer
shirt at Bishop's. You tjike no chance
to lose, . . ' Da
The "CherrlanB will hold an Import
ant meeting April 13th at Commer
cial club rooms. The losing team of
last month will entertain. This is the
most important rneeting-of the year.
C. B. Clancy. 88
The only candidate to date to file
for county commissioner is J. T. Hunt
who filed recently his candidacy for
re-election to the office he now holds.
Mr. Hunt states that" efficiency and
business like methods are his slogan.
f 11 Dr.CB. (Weill
JJ 5 1 OPTOnETRIST-OPTlCIAN-
tadd&ftrsh Dank Building
STATE S STREET
1 1 V'k'Cor Slale apt
George B. England, of the Oregon
Agricultural College, is a visitor at
the home of A. D. Spier for a few
days. Mr. England saw service in
France with the 91st division, and is
taking a vocational training course In
automobile mechanics at Corvallis.
In a statement relative to activities
tit trA mitnifilnnl Inhn, hilpAdu1, a!
tivities several days ago it was an
nounced that "Mr. Race had direct
ed several men to Silverton and Scotts
Mills to work in the mills." Mir. Race
corrected this statement today, saying
that at no time has he sent men to
Silverton to work in mills there: and
for workmen from there.
With only two days to go, petitions
bearing the name of Herbert Hoover
asrepublican candidate for president
are reported to be filling rapidly. One
of the petitions is available for sign
ing at the Capital Journal office.
Concert at the high school Tues.
13th 8 p. m. Hospital benefit. 88
There being only seven days re
maining in which to register for the
May primaries, County Clerk . U. Q.
Boyer is urging that all voters of
Salem and vicinity whose cards are
-void, to register at the earliest pos
sible moment. The office at the court
house is open from 8 to 12 mornings
The fnnprfll for Misn f.nU Smith. 17
daughter of Earl Jory and adopted
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. N. !
Smith, of this city, will be held at the
chapel of the Rigdon & Son company
at I p. m. Tuesday, burial following
in City View cemetery. Miss Smith
died in San Diego- several days ago,
after a lengthy illness. She had gone
south with her mother for her health-
The body arrived in Salem Sunday
nfght. . - . . ;
Queen of Hearts and her court In
vites you to high school Tuesday 13
8 p. m. 88
Love, Jeweler, watchmaker, Sa
Mrs. Henry W, Meyers,' 249 North
Bummer street, was a visitor to Port
Baby chicks, 658 State. Phone 400.
While in San Francisco, Hauser
Sros. purchased from manufacturers,
large stock of canvas and leather
goods including gun cases, revolver
holsters, pirne bags, knapsacks, sleep
ing bags, slmaths. This stock has ar
rived and is priced at attractive val
Fishing In Yamhill and Polk county
streams Is not at its best yet, due to
the highness of the streams and the
cold weather. Kimball Palmer, adver
iiing man for Hauser brothers, who
drove over beyond Willamina Sunday
for the elusive trout, said today. Pal
mer caught several handsome trout,
Bs"g a spoon hook and bait.
Concert at the high school Tues. 8
. Hospital benefit. Public invit-
Adults 25c, children 10c. 88c
Police here this morning we're re
lented by the Portland. -police de
partment to watch for a 1920 model
auto, bearing temporary license
that had been stolen there thfs
morning. The auto and thieves are
"Sieved to be headed south.
See the Glow Worm, fairies and
"""g dolls at the high school Tuesday
"'"S 8 p. ni. . g8.
n t frget the bK EIks iltney
at the armory, everyone lnvit
Wednesday night. , . 90
The Oregon Packing company, 12th
s "ny ana xraae, io-
reU-ed a permlt from c"y
waJvi r tne erection of their new
wluhouse on the rn,... , io.v, ,i
Dn2l retg- The building will cost
l CARD OF THAXRS
frle thU means of thanking-kind
kinTf and dear reIatlve 'or their
ndness and sympathy shown me in
fcnstal rraVe,1ieni.in he of my
effeTL 90 for the beautiful floral
!-Mrs. W. h. Wtrlckland. SS
Hear Joanna James, Marlon Em
mons in the Glow Worm, pantomin
ed by two little fairies, high school,
Tuesday 13th, 8 p. m. . 88
The funeral for Mrs. M. L. Tipple,
82, who died at her home here Sat
urday, was held at the chapel of the
Webb & Clough company at 2 p. m.
toduy. Burial followed in City View
Florence Cakins, 28, a stenographer,
who has been ill in a local hospital
for three months, died at the institu
tion Saturday evening, a victim of
influenza. Miss Calkins came to Salem
from Portland.- Her relatives reside
at Eugene. The body was taken In
charge' by the Webb & Clough com
pany, and will be buried in this city.
The board of directors of the Salem
Floral Society will hold Its first meet
ing under new officers at the offices
of Homer Smith, president, this even
ing at eight p'clock. Plana for activ
ities of the organization during ,the
year will be discussed by the directors.
A meeting of the boy scout council
of Salem will be held at the Commer
cial club this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Important business matters are up for
discussion, and all members of the
council are urged to attend.
Be sure to see the famous wedding
with party of 12 little tots, high
school, Tues. 13, 8 p. m. 88
Hospital benefit at high school
where everybody can see the Queen
of Hearts and her court, Tuesday 13,
p. m. . , Si
Recently filed at the county record
er's office, the discharge certificate
of Sergt. Lee Dantel Marsh, Army
Service Corps, shows that he enlisted
April 7, 191T. Sergt. Marsh served
in France, December 11, 1917 to June
30, 1919, being discharged July 8,
Official meeting of De
Molay Commandery this ev
ening, 7:30. Work In the
Temple degree. 88
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Use a TwinpleX Auto Strop
per. 100 Shaves from 1
blade. ' -
It Pays For Itself,
A big shpiment of razor,
stroppers, shaving brushes
soap, etc., just received.
We also have the best
makes of razors, safety
razors and blades.
HAUSER , BROS.
The House of Service
Owing to illness of F. N.
Woodry, the auctioneer, tjtie
furniture auction of Mrs.
0. W. Headrick, 1561 N.
Front street, which was to
be held Tuesday, April 13,
1920, will be cancelled. The
furniture, etc., will be
moved to Woodry store' at
270 N. Commercial for pri
F. N. WOODRY.
Meet Me at Miller's
ig Selling Event
Our Store Policy
' There are three elements or prin
ciples that cover our store policy.
In this "Aditorial" we will define
what we mean by "Good Goods."
We shall handle only such goods as
can be soi l under a positive guaran
tee of satisfaction to the purchaser.
Goods that will combine QUALITY,
STYLE and SERVICEABILITY, that
will give the purchaser lasting satis
faction. In no instance will we feel satis
fied until every customer has received
full value In WEAR and SERVICE,
.for every dollar spent with us.
By "Good Goods" we mean the
BEST MADE, LATEST DESIGNS, In
weave, color, cut. construction and
Old stocks are not "Good Goods"
They may have the quality of mater
ial and workmanship, but are not
good in prevailing style or design.
Our next "Aditorial" will be
WHILE THEY LAST
Highest Grade "Terry Cloth"
See Court Street Window Display
Big Shipment of
Just received by Express. The
very newest product direct
from the manufacturer. Belt
ed' models, lined and unlined
in the new fabrics CUT BO
LIVAR, VELOUR, UNFIN
. ISHED BROADCLOTH
$25 to $60
Salem's Pap er Mill
Offer's Stock to
Small Amount of 8 per cent Cumulative
JITNEY DANCE 1 Preferred Stock to Be Sold at Par
Good Floor '
APRIL 14th '
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TOD A Y
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Our mill will start operations within a few months. It will turn out
classes of high grade paper not now made west of Chicago. It offers
every prospect of being a very prof itable enterprise.
The putting of this stock on the market affords Salem people an op
portunity of participating in Salem's industry. It offers a conservative
investment in a home enterprise an enterprise that Salem people may
conveniently see prosper and develop. ; l ;
Those desiring this stock should bear in mind that the amount we
have for sale is limited. The entire issue of common stock ( $600,000 ) has
already been sold. .
4a. .fJtlL liWi-.Vifti,-'.'.,
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS
Write or see Carl P. Nehren at our Temporary office, foot of Front Street
OREGON PULP AND PAPER
. LOUISE GLAUM In SAHARA ,
WW Hodkimon DtttrifxiHan '
"WIXGS OF THE