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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
April U. CherTisn-Shrine
dub m Commercial ciub
April 13. Monthly meeting
, aaetn Art 190. Ubrary.
adtU 13 Regular meeting
galem Cherrians, CommejcisJ
nferdub. P. - '
April 14-Salem Rotarlans.
Hotel Marion. Noon.
bap"1 i - pr,
yorum meeting. Commercial
April 16 Richard Craven,
talk, library, 8 P- m.
April n.-Debate. .Willam
tte and College ot Puget
Aoril 18. Blojstra Day
April 19 O- B. Lewis, lec
jiaska. T. M. C. A.
A.ril 19 Business
inril 21. Willamette
club concert -
April 2 3. Howard & Weed
lecture on "City Beautiful,"
April 23. Debate, Willam
ette and Pacific University.
April 2S. Elks Scout night,
armory. 8 p. m.
April 30. Pageant, "Awak
ening uf Spring," opera house.
May i.Bcneflt Dance, Com
pany M, Armory. .
jpany, with headquarters at Hoquim, ' 1A"7 CQC V n -
Wn., returned to Washington Tues-1 pi TryDOO r 1 tilt
ajr morning. He Had spent the week
end at the home M his sister, Mrs.
George U Csmmings, - ltSS North
Fourth street. Mr. Cady deports muci!
activity tmonr ltimhffrlna' antarnriu..
Saturday and Sunday, were recover- In that section of Washington.
ed by police Monday. The bicycles be- -
lontfed to Wan Southwith, Henry I The collision of an suto driven by
Krohner and Russell F. Nelson and Gilbert nmicriuQ vc ci
All Around-I own
were found in various parts f the city! an auto driven by Charles HI Ray-
where they had apparently been aban
doned by the thieves.
Sa Hi dance Tuesday night. Moose
Don't forget the big Elks jitney
dance at the armory, everyone invit
ed Wednesday night. jo
mond. at the corner of Mill and. Com
mercial streets this morning, was re-'
ported to police by Mr. Raymond.
Both machines were slightly damag
ed, but the occupants escaped with
The strange circumstances sur
rounding the leaving of an auto In
the Great Western rarare. 127 North
E. L.-. Briggs, of Salem secured a .High street, late last night by three
pioneer i ana civu war . veteran's ! youths, who took a train for Ros
gsane license at the court house Tues-jburg, were being investigated by Chief
day morning. Mr. Briggs was a for- of Police Welsh today. The auto, bear
mer member of Company "I", Sthjlng Washington license No. 58828, is
W lsconsin Infantry and saw much ac-! believed to be stolen, and Chief Wels'i
uve service curing the Civil War. communicated with AOlympia author
lities this morning to determine the
of Eugene, passed owner of the car. The machine was
W. H. Seibert
through Salem,. Tuesday.
Richard Craven of Boston, ' Mass..
representing the American Humane
.society, will deliver an Illustrated lec
ture at the city library Friday eve
ning at eight o'clock. Everybody in
vited. 'Admission free. , 92
The trial of Bernard Brown, 22,
left at the garage for repairs. The
youths said .they would return in
three days for it. One of them gave
his name as E. Gasco, and said h-i
was from Bremerton, Wn.
Court i House News
Circuit Court v
Bank of Woodburn, a -corporation,
vs John Tweedie. .Complaint .
Fred Devries et si vs Thomas B.
English et al. Affidavit of service by
1. B. Kennedy vs Frank C. Sibley
and L. K. Splawn. Demurrer. ;
T. C. Mackay v L. N. Tompkins,
V. J. Phillips, W. W. Dean, George
Seymour and the Western Lumber
and Timber mill, a corporation. Ans
wer of the Western Lumber and Tim
T. C. Mackay vs L. N. Tompkins et
al. Answer of V. J. Phillips and W.
Sally Miller, estate. Order appoint
Katherine Houth, estates Petition.
George W. Vedder, estate. 'Account.
Lydia Humphreys, estate. Addition
al undertaking on the sale of real
William B. Anneii, 32, of Wood
burn, route 2, a farmer, to Margaret
Baalfield, 19, of Mt. Angel.
Baby chicks, 658 State. Phone 400.
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The loss of a pair oi gold rimmed
spectacles from his pocket as he lent
assistance to two motorists who were
Cottage Grove Sunday, was reported
arrested on a charge of forgery, that to police here Monday by George Hall
was scheduled to take place in Judge 'hanging tires on their machines near
Unrulfs court Wednesday morning at o Eugene. Mr- Hal1 af1 that he saw
m x, j . , . I a woman in the party pick up some-
, , ' kJ was tlnuea today m-;thl an(1 t , , herockePt leai.
ief'ni 5fca?r. d"Ue8 ""ing Mm to believe that she has the
:,;",",; rrcrr"? -. missing cucies.
, Electric sweeper demonstration this
week, phone for., demonstration in
your home. -C. S. Hamilton
Tuesday morning, five cases of
pheasants arrived in Salem from the
state game farm at Corvallis. Twenty
four pairs of the birds will be if lea
The body of Pauline Christina Fros- . . - "y. " m, "I T ,
Monday.'' was sent to Portland fdr;near ollverton- ,
funeral and buriaV by the Rigdon and
Son company." Mrs. Forsberg was born
in Sweden, and came to the hospital
here - from Astoria. .. . .
Electric sweeper" demonstration nil
this week. See window display. C. S.
Hamilton. . . '
100 rugs cleaned free. Phone your
orders. C. S. Hamilton.
According to Berton F. Bronson,
executive secretary of the Inter
church movement in Oregon, the In
terchurch world movement is not an
organisation, but rather "the Protes
tant churches In concentrated ac
tion." Mr. Bronson is in Salem com
pleting plas for ' the meeting to be
held here Friday. . ,
See the Sweeper-Vac electric clean
er with a motor driven brush, demon
stration at C. S. Hamilton',
In Insurance In
- March By State
A total of 8U7.6SS.72 was paid out
by the state industrial commission to
injured workmen and their dependents
during the month of March, according
to the monthly statement of the com
mission just issue. Total disbursements
for the month aggregate 8165.766.51 et
which 81T.S72.1 was administrative
e penset Receipts of the department
for the month totalled 8217,775. Oi. An
assigned surplus of 8832,(18.998 Is
shown in the report.
A total of 1621 accidents were re
ported to the commission during the
month of which seven were fatal easest
With 5178 automobiles registered
with the automobile department of .the
secretary ef state's office up to March
SI, Marion county stands second onlv
Moody Home Here
Sold, Is Report
The old home Of Ex-governor Z. F.
Mootly, at S25 Court street, one of the
most pretentious residences in Salem,
is rumored sold to Erwin Griffith ot
this city. Consideration in the dea
said to be 825,000; which. If correct,
represents one of the largest realty
transfers made here in many years.
Mr. Griffith is spending a vacation
in California, and verification of the
report could not be made. Mr. Moody
died here more than a year ago, and
the home has since been In the charge
of a caretaker.
to Multnomah county in the point of
its automobile! population. Up tu
March 31 Marion county auto owners
had contributed 8101,319 in fees to the
state automobile department, accord
ing to a summary, prepared by Sam A.
Koier, deputy secretary of state.
One hundred and thirty-four motor
cycles have been registered from Mar
ion county, two motor bicycles, 104
chauffeurs, 51 dealers. Total tees paid
into the department from Marion coun
ty aggregate $104, 706 the summary
A total of 78.575 automobiles hud
keen registered by the department up
to March 31, the tees from all sources
up to that date aggregating $1,648,852.
California pressmen and stereotyp
ers' delegates, eight In number, are
yet to vote on the affiliation.
Separate conferences of the- print
crnd mailers and tVie pressmen arvl
stereotypy rs were held this forenoon.
At a general conference thsi after
noon the queston of al uniform wage
scale for the Pacific coast states was
expected to be dsicussed.
' Business Looks
Good Says Banker
To Visit Salem
Bichard Craven of Boston, Mass.,
the representative of the American
Humane society, will visit Salem Fri
day and 'Saturday of this week. He
will speak on Friday morning at Wil
lamette university and at Lincoln jun
ior high Friday afternoon. Friday
evening he will deliver an Illustrated
'.. No arrests for traffic violations n' lecture at the city library at 8 o'clock,
the city for several' days is noted on' The lecture is free and the public Istn-
pollce records. Whether motorists if v"ed- Saturday morning he will have
. : charge of the children story hour at
me, viij imvo I.UIHC iw icttin .imi. j the library.
lice - will not tolerate infractions ot
the driving code, or whether they
realize that a "stitch in time saves
nine" is not known to police, who
don't care bo long as they refrain
from speeding, cutting corners, driv
ing past streetcars, etc.
Anglers' licenses have been issue
recently to O. F. Franklin,. B. C.
Howard, L. Misee, Cnrlst Mahnhaiser
Paul Stege, Leon Williams, A. H.
Dougherty, Ward Russell Guy Wil
liams, C. A. Edwards, L. R. Burdette,
K. W. Busch, R. W. Patterson, Joe
Rocque, H. E. Lyons, W. L. Dorman,
A. G. Fry, R. D. Brown, F. H. She
deck, J. N. Billings, Herman Vlesko
George Hammer. C. A Roberts. W
Tom Maplethorpe, who for a num- w Fisher. A.. J. fiiflveland. M w
ber of years was manager of the Race. w p. Harris. W. L. Snauld
shoe repairing department in Meyers lngi George Pro, G. W. Chapman.
store, ana wno now conducts a sim-ijonn Fabry, Jr., Glen Ivey, Rober
liar establishment In East Salem, is Williams, C. H. Morse, C. C. Cannon
ill at his home and has not been able jamea Nasni g. p Wav l, n, Simon
to be at the shop, for several days.
County Clerk tr, Q. " Boyer announ
ces that beginning Thursday, April
15, the registration books will be open
every day from 8 at. m. to 8 p. m.
,r t' . mi' n tsi.m mo This arrangement will continue until
Mrs. Kate Hlllcott of Salem, was " -
hi, i .,,. , An on
the guest at a reception held at the """"" """
home of Mrs. R. 3, Hawley on Col
lege Crest at Eugene Saturday. .
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will hold a sale and a cafe
teria supper In the church parlors
Wednesday afternoon and evening. 89
Just arrived at Bishop's, a full line
of corduroy trousers. Get yours be
fore they are all gone. : 89
Jlr. and Mis. M. L. Prunk, of Eu
irene, were Sulem visitors EVmday.
Mr, Prunk who .was formerly em
ploy! In a local drug store, Is man
ager of a pharmacy in Eugene.
An uncontrollable furnace fire In
the basement of the Baker Apart
ments 645 Ferry street, necessitated
the' visit Monday afternoon of city
firemen. The fire was soon extin
guished after their arrival, without
uamage to me properly.
E. C. Free of Salem, route 4, se
cured a combination hunters and
anglers license Monday.
The ladies of 'the Presbyterian
church will hold a sale and a cafe
teria supper In the church parlors
Wednesday afternoon and evening. 89
Everybody Invited to the Elks jit
ney dance at armory Wednesday
night, April 14th. 90
. Judfte Lawrence T. Harris spent
Sunday as the guest of friends In Eu
gene. "Huckleberry Finn" special 10c
matinee for children under 14 Satur
day morning at 10:30, at The Oregon.
Auction Wednesday 1:30 p. ta-,
S4 oak St. See big ad. Col W. K1.
"right, auctioneer. 89
i. Magnis, of Amity, transact
ed business In Salem Tuesday after-
Get your new spring and" summer
shirt at Bishop's. You take no chance
to lose. 90
Dr. Chalmer Lee George,
1 Masonic bldg.
Charles V. Oallnwnv nf TWHanH
Viewed acquaintances In Salem Tues-
Charles E. Knapp of Aumsvllle vis
ited friends in Salem, Monday. While
m. this city, Mr. Knapp prepared for
the coming season by applying for a
Friends of Biddie Bishop have been
warning him that he had better slow
down on his overtime work in con
neftion with promotion of Salem a
baseball club, the Senators. As Biddie
is also local manager of the Willam
ette Valley Transfer company, the
doubled task has proven too much
for him and a slight touch of la
grippe has laid the hustling manager
up.- "Nothing ta worry about,- fel
lows," says Biddie. expects to be back
on the job by Wednesday.
E. O. ; Davis, Paul Johnson,, A. S.
Hursey, H. O. White, F. E. Prime
Russel Welsh, W. B. Mlnler, Evere
Wood, C. W. Byrd, Ben F. Miller
J. E. Allison, J. C. Wilson, H. A.
Brown .W. H. DeKay, George F.
Mentzer, Wayne Mentzer, H. JJ. Hal-
sell, F. M. Baker, J. 8. Henderson,
M. E. Pogue. Gene Klrkwood, George
F. Thomanon, Grant Leter, Paul Rice,
Chas. W. farmer and J. W. Mills.
Moosejaw Team Is
Playing At Salem
Manager Nick' Williams, helmsman
of the Moosejaw party that is navlgat
ing basVall waters in the Willam
ette valley has written to Biddie Bish
op concerning th' adventures of the
Canadians at Eugene.
The fast Canadian club Is complet
ing a brief training course with the
University of Oregon nine and Wil
liams reports that the university boys
are proving good practice for his Ca
nucks and the splendid trim of the
Moosejaw club promises to provide
good stuff for the contest here.
In the first game with the rah-rah
boys, the visitors edged out with the
score of 12 to 9. the game being
made worthy of Interest by the aood
slugging and team work credited on
both sides. This -was the first game
of the season for both teams and tha
fans were kept on their toes. The
Canadian" club will play a six game
series with the Senators, starting
Saturday April 17.
The Women's Relief Corps Aid So
ciety will meet In their room in the
armory Thursday. April 15, for an
all-day quilting. A full attendance of; : .
members is desired, and the women, Pilao hnr Inn
are requested to bring their lunches.
Richard Craven, representing the
National Humane Society, will arrive
in Salem from Boston Friday, and
will deliver a series of lectures In
; Thomas B. Kay, former state treas
urer, today formally filed with Dep-
t)ni.alinr nf Rtato Ram TCnxer his
the city. On Friday morning, at chapelcan(Ji(jacv for representative from
hour, he will address.the faculty and Mar)on county in the state legisla
students of Willamette University
ture. Mr. Kay announced his inten-
and in the afternoon he will spean ai , ,, ,h , fnr th. niace
the Lincoln Junior High school. Miss;UHt aaurday. but did not file his pe
tition until today.
Ivan G. Martin, Salem attorney, an
other aspirant to the position , of del-
Ira Wade, of Toledo, Oregon, reg
". attended to business affairs in
N - " - i '
Cherrlan meeting tonight 8 o'clock'
wmmerclal club, eats and entertain
ment by losing team. Talk by Louis
nough of u. S. health service, 9
w C-UU OF THANKS
we wish to express 'our thanks to
so V,1y friends and neighbors who
xitid.y assisted us In the recent
oT,,?,. .Ur mnih- also for the many
flor.il offering.. Mrs. Dean
"uiweii, Li. -v,
Flora Case, librarian, has arrangea
for him to take charge of the child
ren's story hour SaturBay morning in
the public library.
According to word received from
Eugene, Lyle McCroskey, son o
-. ko. h.. .eiarted to take the same position,
V.IO.1 ViUU, KIM MM -
the leading part in the senior play
"The Man On The Box" at the Uni
versity of Oregon this year. The play
will be presented on May 14, on the
second evening of the junior week
end. Mr. McCroskey will be support
ed by Miss Alys Sutton of Portland.
Other characters in the cast are -Cur
tis Peterson, of Eugene; Arvo simoia
of Portland, Adah -McMurphy of Eu
gene, Keith Higgins, of Portland,
Helen Case of Portland; Merle
Moore of Portland; Sprague Carter
of Portland; Norman Phillips of The
r.u T..k Um.i nf Portland! I.vle
j l 'rtnrn , ..villi i,, vm. - --- ,
nree bicycles, reported stolen over. Bain, of Poplar, Montana; and Clar
ence Lombard, of Eugene.
op-ato In leeislature from Marlon
county; and George Weeks, residing
nnith of BaTem. also filed with the
...tnrv nf state this morning, for
To Tell Of Life
George Edward Lewis, noted Alas
kan traveler, will deliver a lecture (at
the T. F. C. A. gym next Monday, April
19, at 7:30. He will show five reels of
movies taken by himself, also a num
ber of lntf restfng trophies that he
found In the northern country. Every
boy of the 250 boy members of the
T. M. C. A. is Invited to bring his dady
and one other boy to enjoy the ad
dress. . '
BOND CERTIFICATION ASKED
Two hundred thousand dollars worth
of bonds othe Warm Springs irriga
tion district were turned over t?ie
state Irrigation securities commission
for certification, Monday, by C. C. Mai
ler, county treasurer of Malheur coun
ly. A total ot $1,350,000 in bonds have
already been certificated to for thlsl
Barred From 50
Rome, Apr. 13. Italian women
have been barred from 50 positions
mostly In state employ by an official
announcement just Issued by the gov
ernment This order excludes women
from appointment to the diplomatic
and consular service and from becom
ing members of the council of state or
of several courts.
No reason is given for the declara
tion of this ban but Italian observers
point out that evidently the authorities
believe It none too soon to raise a bar
rier against the possible asnirations of
Italian women for public office.
Professor Teresa Labriola, daughter
of the distinguished professor of soclol
oby, has lately obtained the right to
practice law before the courts and,
after a struggle of more than seven
years, Dr. Adelina PerticI, has obtained
permission to perform the functions of
a notary. Those innovations have
alarmed Italians who hold conserva
tive views on the appearance of women
In public life and to this Is attributed
in part the new bar against women set
up by the government..
Spokane, Wash., April 18. After
some rather heated discussion be
tween delegates from ' California on
one side and from Oregon and Wash
ington o the other regarding the
scope of the proposed Pacific coa3t
typographical conference, printers
and mailers from the southern state
today voted, to 2, to affiliate with
AVashlngton, Oregon and BrltisTi Co
lumbia, at present comprising the
Northwest Typographical conference.
Buenos Aires. Daniel C. Wing, a
banker of Boston, J ass., who has been
making a tour in Brar.il and Argen
tina to look over business prospects
and establish branch banks, is quoted
here as saying the business outlook
in South America seems very good.
"With an improvement of our ship
ping facilities," he said "the United
States should be able not only to hold
its present volume of trade but to in-
The Marion County Women's Re- crease It. American business men are
publican club met In regular session in studying this field more carefully tluin
the veterans' room of the state armory evr before and they are going to
Monday afternoon. April 12. Increas- more pains henceforward to hold
ing interest is being manifested by the t0 develop It and to understand it."
members of the club in all matters per
taining to republican welfare and a
large and enthusiastic audience was in
The question ef organising a branch
at Jefferson was discussed and the sec
retary was authorised to communicate
with women of that vicinity to the end
that a flourishing branch may be
formed. It is the intention of the club
to start auxiliaries in all the principal
towns of Marion county, with the Sa
lem organization as the center.
At the next regular meeting. April
26, several prominent and able speak
ers ewill discuss the amendments to be
voted upon at the coming primaries,
and it Is urgently refuested that the
entire personnel of the club attend.
On Oregon Ballot
Miles Poindexter, republican candi
date for th presidential nomination,
this afternoon filed with the secretary
of state's office a request that his name
be entered on the Oregon republican
ballot. . .
Armory Saturday Night
"The Human Canary"
megaphone singer and
quality orchestra entertains.
Ladies Free Admission '
Stock Co. ;
ALL NEW PICTURES TOO
T Extra Big Vuudeville Slmw T
Friday and Saturday
Shave . ,
Use a Twinplex Auto Strop
per. 100 Shaves from- 1
It Pays For Itself
A big shipment of leather
razor strops, shaving
brushes, soap, etc., just re
ceived. We also have the
best makes of razors, safe
ty razors and blades.
The House of Service
Our bread is honest thru and'
thru honest, high charactered
materials go into the making of
it and each piece of dough that
goes into a loaf of bread is prop
erly weighed before it 'is tem-
peratured. Try a loaf of it.
PHILIP WINTERS, Prop.
170 N. Com'l. 8t. Phone 247
Thursday , April 15
, 395 S. 12th Street
New and" second 'hand goods,
furniture, harness, and many
valuable household articles
Private sale every day.
Col. W. F. Wright
One of the most reliable men
on the Pacific Coast
STATE g STREET
UdcUBush Bank Building
TjfCor. dlale apd
SS88B98Sr58B868888B2eaBfB8S Meet Me at NIHer's mmmmmmm
"AYIXGS OP THE
jjlAST TI.MF.S TONIGHT
Mrs. Ralph White will entertain the
members of her senior dancing class
Iwith an informal dancing party at Co
tillion hall Wednesday evening after
: the regular lesson. . .
j The rectilar meeting of the Salem
I Art league will be held in the public 11
; brarv auditorium this evening at P-
m. A large attendance of members Is
c-xoected. and any persons interesten m
' the work of tlu league are invited to
C W. CmU. a mints nt locating en-
. Good Time
t APRIL 14th
I itU.VfrUTnTf-"" "llrtlffl'"lf"yn1111""" j CI J
Ttf Every tradition of yB S?
pjjj faithful service is j ,-tt R
.jfi''l observed by us. Our C
fcJkl knowledge of tho Jy$
R ) subject Is complete f) fn
P Our dourlesy Is un- g
failing. I I I I I CO
ADIT 0 RIAL
Our Store. Policy
There are three elements or
principles that cover our store
Our last "Aditorial" defined
"Good Goods" this "Aditorial"
Our Store Service
First and foremost, we give
you a thoroughly ORGANIZED,
EFFICIENT and COURTEOUS
SALESFORCE, whose every ef
fort will be to serve you with un
divided and intelligent attention,
and make you feel thoroughly at
home in every department.
uou will receive every con
sideration and be. served in the
best possible manner with a ser
vice modern in every respect,
but retaining that old time cour
tesy, that keeps .the "heart
touch" alive between the sales
person and the Customer.
We define SERVICE in its
broadest sense, "playing the
game square" and treating every
body as we would be treated. '
We can do business and retain
our smile and happines, for we
firmly believe it our duty to not
only be happy ourselves, but to
make others happy and build a
happy and contented commun
ity. We join all those whose ef
Your Home Town
We are showing a
wonderful line of
the neatest, daint
iest voiles ever
shown in Salem.
They are 38 inches
wide, of fine tex
ture, and in a range
of colors, shades and unique designs that will appeal
to every woman who appreciates spring and summer
dresses of individual distinction. They range in price
50c to $2.00
M I L LE
A big showing of this
season's hats, your
FRIDAY and SATUR
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