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nanaea iown by
Kehalem jimber & Lopsing coni-
par.y. appellant, vs. Columbia county,
appeal from Columbia county; suit to
remove cloud from title to timber
hinds. Opinion hy Justice Burnett.
Judge James A. Eakln reverted.
Harriett Joseph Burr vs. Mutual
Ufa Insurance company of New York.
appellant; appeal from Uultnomnh
county; -petition for rehearing denied
and former opinion denied by Justice
David Hansen et al, vs. Oregon
Waahtngton Railroad & Navigation
company, appellant; appeal from Clat
sop county; action to recover damages.
Opinion by Justice Harris. Judge J.
A. Ealcin reversed and ease remanded.
Samuel T. Chase, appellant, vs. R.
VcC. Michler. et al; appeal from Mult
nomah county. Suit to foreclose mort
gage. Opinion by Justice Benson.
Judge Oeorge W. Stapleton affirmed.
, State ex rel F. M. Bloom vs. mate
Board of Dental Examiners, appellnntsi
appeal irom Multnomah county; ac
tion in mandamus to compel dental
board to grant htm license to practice
dentistry in Oregon. Opinion by Jus
tice Johns. Judge J. P. Kavanaugh
. City of Portland for the use and
benefit of J. W. Hansen vs. New Eng
land Casualty company, et al, appel
lant; appeal from Multnomah county;
action to recover on a bond furnished
.city of Portland by contractor; opinion
by Justice Benson. Judge Henry E.
W. 8. Hurst, appellant, vs. J. B. Hill,
appeal from Marlon county; action to
recover damages for alleged breach of
contract. Opinion by Justice Benson.
Judge Percy R. Kelly affirmed.
i Frank 6. Balllie vs. Columbia Gold
Mining company et al, appellants; ap
peal from Baker county; motion to dis
miss an apeal; appeal dismissed by
Chief Justice MeBrlde.
Effort For Debs
, Chicago, Apr. 13. The "spectacular
and dignified" demonstration which
the socialist party had planned tor
day In Washington, D. C, to secure the
release of Eugene IVbs from imprison
ment has been calle off, the socialist
headquarters here announced today.
Lack of time to prepare for the event
was given as the reason. T)em will
again be candidate, for president on the
socialist ticket .this full, members of
that party say. ' .
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Silk Dresses $12.50 io$S5M
Wool Dresses $1850 o qq
Ladies Coah.. $18.50 'o $45.00
udies suits ......... $32.50 to $54.75
-; $7.50 to $16.50
G,r,s Coa's S6.90 to $15.00
WHY PAY MORE?
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Our Everyday Prices-Absorbent Terry
To Contest With
Portland, Or.. April 11. Harvey
G. Starkweather, for the last two
years chairman of the democratic
state central committee in Oregon, to
day announced that he was a candi
date for the democratic nomination
for United States senator. He will op
pose Senator Oeorge E. Chamberlahi
for the democratic nomination.
Simultaneously., Mrs.. Alexander
Thompson, prominent in what is
known as the "Wilson ring" of the
Oregon democratic party, announced
her candidacy for the democratic
nomination for congress from the
Third district. Nomination petition
for both Mr. Starkweather and Mrs.
Thompson were to be filed this af
ternoon at Salem, It was announced.
An even score of Oregon citizens
with poltical bee buzzing around in
their bonnets made their formal entry
Into the spotlight Monday by filing
their nominating petitions for a place
on the primary ballot with the secre
tary of state's office here. -
Oscar Hayter of Dallas added Vivi
names to the list of democrats who
would like to alt in the electoral col-1
lege and the name of Charles E. Lock
wood of Portland was added to the re
publican side of the column.
Conrad P. Olson of Portland filed as
a candidate for the republican noinl
nation for delegate to the national
convention from the state at large.
Edward M. Cousins of Portland, for
mally watered the face for the repub
lican nomination for public service
Other candidates filing Monday
- V. C. Howell, Portland, republican,
for state senator fromIultnomtih
Julen A. Hurley, Vale, republican,
for state senator from the twenty-second
Charles M. Crandall, Vale, republi
can, for state senator from the twenty
Charles C. Hlndman' Portland, re
publican, for state representative from
a nation-wide institution mmmsm
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rm.J K-s- " V-
fur state rt-rrvsenutive fromtsHR
rianklin V. Korell, Portland, repub
lican fur state rf prntative from
Harvey Wells, Portland, republican,
for state representative from Multno
E. P. Carter. Gladstone, republican,
for state representative from the six
Dai id 1L Loonry, Jefferson, republi
can, for state representative from
J. J. Kenney, Leor.a. republican, for
state representative from the twenty-
S. P. Pierce, Sixes, republican, for
state representative from the emu
J. T. Lieuallen, Adams, democrat,
for state representative from the twenty-first
Manuel Friedly, Pendleton, demo
crat, for slate representative from the
. L. V. Batman, Lakevtew, republican
for district attorney for Lake county.
W. T. Miller, Orants Pass, democrat,
for district attorney for Josephine
Arthur II. Derbyshire, North Bend,!
republican, for district attorney for
McMInnville. Ore., April 13. Walter;
L. Tooze, Jr., one of the prominent
attorneys of this city, has submitted his
name as a delegate to the Republican
national convention. That is a position
which should be' filled by one whose
republicanism cannot be questioned,
and in this particular respect Walter
is qualified. It might be a wise policy
to have one or two of the returned sol
ders back there from Oregon. Mr.
Tooze has the endorsement of Yamhill
D'Arcy And Himes
To Plan Champoeg
- Tresent improvements to- the state
memorial building at Champoeg will
be left to the Judgment of Peter D'
Arcy of Salem and Geo. H. Himes of
Portland, prominent Oregon pioneer'.
This cours was adopted by the state
board of control Monday aft-v a visit
to the historic spot in oompaay with
Himes and D'Arcy. An appropriation
of (5000 was made by the state legis
lature of 1919 for the improvement of
the memorial building. Up to the preB
ent time, however, no action has been
taken by the board. It is planned to
use some $2000 at this time in re
painting the building and adding cer
tain necessary conveniences.
? '"'"ration of Douglas county resi
dents has pe'tltioned the county court
'Tvietllate action in opening up
the Tiller-Crater Lake road.
Never Overlook the Great
Values the J. C. Penney
Company offer you at this
time in ,'
READY TO WEAR
You Will find ua well prepared for you
with an exceptionally good line- of
Which are the season's latest, and the
J. C. Penney methods enuble ifs to give
them to you at unusually Jow prices.
Investigation will prove this.'"
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Cloth, Wash Cloths
For Mayor; Plank
Is 'Better Salem
A "Bigger and better Salem" shall
be the objective of George E. Halvor-
sen. proprietor of the Marion Garage.
if elected nftyor of Salem, according to
his petition filed today with City Re
corder Race. Mr. Halvorsen announced
his Intention as being a candidate for
mayor Monday. He will be opposed In
the election by Mayor Otto J. Wilson,
who seeks re-election.
Halvorscns slogan for support reaus
Continue to serve the city of Salem
on a sound and unbiased business basts
for a bigger and better Salem."
Ralph Thompson, sales manager a.
the Marlon Garage, today filed his
candidacy at the city recorder's office
for councilman from the seventh
ward. Mr. Thompson promises "care
ful consideration to all municipal af
fairs pertaining to the best interests
of the people," and the development of
To Be Thurs
On Thursday, April 22, the April;
Baby Clinic, under the auspices of.
the Marlon county Children a Bureau
will be held in the Commercial club.
It has been postponed until the
fourth Thursday because of the prox
imity of the regular date to the
March clinic. i
As a special attraction, Mrs. A.
Bayloy, of Portland, secretary of the
State . Tarent-Teachers association,
will be "present to weigh and meas
ure the babies. There are still a few
places open, and mothers wishing to
register their children are asked to
call Mrs. F. Von 'Eschen, secretary
of the bureau, at 1775 Court street.
In connection with the subject, at
tention is called by the officials of
the bureau to the lecture of Mr. Cra
ven at the publio library Friday
evening. Mr. Craven, who Is a repre
sentative of the National Humane So
ciety, will be In Salem Xor a few
days in the interests of the organ
isation. Too many persons assocfute
the humane society with cats and
dogs, while as a matter of fact it is
interested chiefly in children and
helpless humanity, the officials sav.
Young mothers are particularly urg-
ca to attend the lecture Friday even
: A special election may be called in
Hood River county to vote on the pro
posed Increase in the salary of school
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Predominate Today
yoSrtfyZck! they &mranteed h glVe y" sioh. If, not you'll get
Come in tomorrow and let us show vou vour Snrin Q,7 ni u. .
can do mthout a Spring Suit until yoOm P
835.00 to $75.00
A'OU DO NOT TAKE A CHAN'tE TO LOSE IF Yob PURCHASE IIEKfi- ' " i
with a crowd of salesmen on hand
that would rival the attendance of
ihe onen forum meetings oi me ."-
merclal club, and displaying as much'
enthusiasm as ring-eiuo ,
a prize fight, tne niemoers oi "
ly organized Salesmen's Club came
to the fore in the stride of events last
I . Our New ... -
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Just in time for National Gingham Week April 12th to
17th. A large and varied assortment for your choosing atf
the new and staple patterns.
Amoskeag Ginghams guaranteed fast colors. .
29c, 35c, 39c
Oar Prices Always the Lowest
Hart Schaffner & Msjx
Woolen Mills Store
night when they made unanimous en
dorsement of taree oaitoi m.uit
in the ccn-.!r.s election. Tlu .s
men went on record, following a mo
tion made by F. W. Jobleman, In
support of the measures for increased
teachers salaries, for greater appro
priations for institutions of higher
education and for the four-mill bond
ed indebtedness measure.
Talks in favor of the endorsements
wr made by Mr. Jobleman, James
c- o. ,- an A nthprfL T. E. MC-
of the Commercial
Club, made an Instructive lecture on
salesmanship that was louaiy receivea
by the young salesmen.
Invited to. attend by J. F. Hutcha-
son, president of the cluo. b. o. nar
GALE & CO.
Court Streets Formerly Chicago Store
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liDAY, APRIL lj,
raircr., cJ.tor of the Cant ."T
ier ax.d ArUmas Wni-4 c " v "
v-o: country, made ' ' '
would five 15 to anyone waa
sit through" his entertainment 1
out laughing. Not one of the & :"
in the meeting denied that thv'w"'
ed to mirth following Mr. Uu'
The next meeting of the rtv
be heM in May, fend win be i-, T3
bir one ef the most
salenn of tha wmu i. . " . 'JS t
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rirec arpanivaf tan t
D. 1. Cooper of The Dalle, ha,
his candidacy as delegate to th
tlonii-republican convention fr, "