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WEDNESDAY, APKIL 14, 1920.
THE CAflTAL JOURNAL.
5 Participation of the Salem Cher
riana in the Rose FAttval t Portland
thi ye1"" wa8 lnvited ,n a "ettr fro
Eric Houser, president of the Rose
association, read at the meeting . of
the Commercial club last night of
the Cherrians and the Shrine club.
The letter Bald that "Salem la the
King Bing of all we have heard from
yet." and the cjty with 1U various
public epiritod organizations was high
jy lauded. The day Salem Cherrians
will have a part In tenuities at Port
land is set at June 24. . s
Tbe Cherrians, as an organization,
will not participate in the entertain
ment of the visiting Shrine here 1n
June, Dr. O. A. Olson, president of
the Shrine club, fold the Cherrians.
He invited their aid as guides and In
formants, and asked that they appear
in uniform. - '
The Eugene Radiators, in a letter
read to the Cherrians last night, ex
pressed their desire to cooperate with
the Cherrians in ine suite tair ana
various conventions here this year,
and said that any time the Cherrians
needed them to call.
When the Portland Ad club begins
its excursions by auto from Portland
to San Francisco Hal D. Patton and
George D. Graves, of the Cherrians,
will represent the local organization
in the tour. The excursion linvcs
Portlnnd May 18, and will be Joined
by PufTon and Graves here.
The work the United States army
Is doing in preventing the spread and
combatting social diseases was told
in a graphic talk by Major Louis
Hough, of the United states health
service. Major (Hough. said that 35
percent of the million of soldiers ex
amined for military service in . the
last war were found to be. infected
with one or the other of the social
diseases "us the result of youth sow
ing their wild oats." Ten percent ot
the deaths in the nation are due to
social diseases, he asserted;, and gave
further statistics showing the appall
ing toll of the diseases, and now
largely they contribute to asylums
and penal institutions.
. "These diseases; concern the moral
just as much as the immoral," he
told the Cherrians, "because of . the
multitudlous ways in which they may
be transmitted." . - .
Major Hough decried the "false
modesty" that prevails among the
peonlc. and urged that sources of in
fection of the diseases be reported to
reliable health authorities. Further
appropriation to the federal move
ment in stamping out the diseases
was strongly urged by' the speaker.
, The American Legion quartet, Os
car Steelhanimer's ' orchestra, , Dan
Langenbei-g and C. Stevenson furnish
ed appreciable entertainment for the
evening, after which the Cherrians
and Shrine club partook of a buffet
lunch prepared . in the' game hall of
According tq the report of Paul V.
Hurls, county Jigent leadei;, nearly $1,
000,000 was saved to the farmers of
Oregon last year at a cost of $100,000.
JOURNAL WANT AD OTIT Rsm .
Work On Mt. Angel
School Delayed By
(Continued from Page Two.)
weather permits. When completed"
the building will be one of the hand
somest and most up to date schools
on the coast.
J. P. Gavin of Portland was in the
city on business Tuesday.
W. E. Frazien was in the eify on
Scott Kent of Portland made a tus
iness trip to Mt. Angel Wednesday.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Bronkey last Friday. The
young lady has been christenea Dor
othy. IL Klldow of Portland was In the
city on business Wednesday.
Frank Wilde of Thorpe. Wis., stop
ped a few days in Mt. Angel, whilst
traveling through the northwest.
P. J. Lamberty of Portland.-who
is traveling for the M. ffclifir anA n
was in thecity on business Monday.
A. Warren Gould returned home
Thursday after a weeks business trip
mj aeauie. '
A, Gilles, who -recently underwent
an operation at the Willnmtt v,.
pital at Salem, returned homo it
Hiss Irene Butsch left last Friday
for Colton, Wn., where she will visit
her sister, Mrs. Fred Gouley,
Miss Helen Schwenk is visiting
friemjs in Portland.
Peter Biermeyer has purchased the
J. Wills residence north of this city.
Joe Downer returned home after
a few days visit with relatives in
Geo. Fee spent Sunday with his
wife at Brooks.
Announcements were made last
Sunday of the approaching marriage
of William Annan and Miss Margaret
Saalfeld, both of this city.
A? MqClelln, general foreman of the
St. ' Mary's school, returned Monday
and will commence work this week.
: Edmund Butsch, who recently, un
derwent an operation for appendici
tis at St. Vincents hospital, returned
home last Friday, ' -
i jstr. ana Mrs. a. -warren Gould and
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Andrews motor
ed to Portland Tuesday.
Geo. Vieske the foreman of the
brick work for the new school, arriv
ed in this city from Salem Tuesday."
To Entertain At
Train in? School prov:
iiarry Spalding and George N". Pat
terson were appointed to serve on a
committee which will arrange a pro
gram to be presented at the Boys'
training school soon, at the regular
meeting of the Foresters of America,
held in their hail on North cm
cial street Tuesday r.icht.
It is planned ta. have the organiza
tion co in a body to the school, en th.
evening of the entertainment Special
attractions will feature the program,
and the exact date of which has net
jet been decided upon. -
It is probable that- the entertain-
ment will be repealed at the cirls
school a little l&tef.
Man Who Escaped
Caught In Texas
A. B. Foster, who escaped from the
state tubreculosta sanitarium March R
to which place ho had been transferred
tor treatment Trom the state prison,
has been'captured in El Paso, Texas,
accordingto word receivl here Tues
day afternoon by state prison officials.
Foster was. sentenced to the stat
prison last September on a sentence of
from one to 13 months fur the killing
of Lawrence Goodcll, a Portland hotel
clerk, last April, ilia health has been
rapdily failing and he was sent to tho
sanitarium for treatment. Previous to
his escape March 6 he had left the
saaitarium once before, going to Port
land and returning with in a few days
of his own accord. ;
All expenses connected with his re
turn to the prison here including the
reward for his recapture will be borne
by his relatives and friends, it was ex
plained, Fosters condition forbidding
close confinement necessary to insuro
his retention in custoy. '
Portland, Or, Apr. 14. Further im
ement in the unauthorized switch-
is strike was noted here a gala, to-'
day, the Southern Pacific reporting the i
despatching of three main line local!
freight trains lust night, and three
branch line local freights. A similar
movement is expected today, officials
sai8. Crews at Dunsmuir and Ashland j
stiil are out on the Southern Pacific j
The conditions remained unchanged
on the .Oregon-Washington Railroad
&. Navigation, while an improvement
was noted on the S. P. A s.. thron
crews working last night and another
oemg promised for today.
meet Tommy Gibbons In .this city
some time in June.
Gibbons has posted a certified
check of $10,000 as a forfeit, the mon
ey also to be used as a sul bet that j
tne-i-t. i-aut iient Heavyweight can
beat the invader over the ten round
Strikers Agree -'
To Move Supplies
Into New York
Jersey City, N. J, Apr. 14. Answer
ing an appeal by Health ConimiKxInner
jCopeland of New Tork, 2000 strikers
ii um an raiuuaas terminating on the
New Jersey shore of the Hudson river,
agreed at a meeting here today to co
operate in moving foodstuffs Into New
York, according to announcement
after adjournment, ' .
Purse For Bout
Minneapolis, Minn., April H.
Mike Collins, linneupoits boxing pro
moter today offered Georges Carpen
tier, French heavyweight $40,000 to
To Meet Tonight
Stewart To Talk
Subjects of vital Interest to the com
munity and state at large, sent here
by the- state chamber of commerce,
will be discussed at the regular month
ly open forum meeting of the Com
mercial club tonight. The meeting
will begin at 5 o'clock, and all mem
bers are uged to be on hand. Be
sides the matters introduced by the
state ohamber of commerce other
topics pertaining to the erganizatlon
will be brought up for the disposition
of the members,
James Stewart. Oregon's desclple
of good roads, will be here from Cor
vallis and address the club,
Following the business of the eve
ning the guests will be feted to a
luncheon on the gaTnes hall of the
FORD TRI CK WITH TWO TOM
ATIACIUCEXT.. RUNS LISS A
OSCAR B. GINGRICH
BIOTOR & TIRE CO.
IVt-uri (rre Phone 131
The navy department at the request
of Senator Chamberlain will probably
detail a battleship to Astoria for the
Grand Army encampment in June.
; No one attempts to conceal the fam
ily (skeleton or much else these
days. , ' . .. "
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387 Court St
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FOR LONO DISTANCH
WE ALSO DO LOCAIi
HOME OP THE T1CTROLA
You get more for your
Honey at Moore's.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
MADE TO OEDER TO FIT
tit Court Street
jr . tYUlieil
Takes the place of houfc.
Max 0. Bur en
ITS North ComrriBrcJal
4 45 Court St
Night- 67 Q J.
LOCAL AND LCNQ DISTANCE HAULIhu .
LOCAL AND tCNG DISTANCE HAULIhu
TON, CONTRACT OR HOUR
"ViE STRIVE TO PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS"
Borders and Special Decorations now ready
MAX 0. BUREN -
179 North Commercial Street
WILL WONDERS EVER CEASE?
The lady shown in the above picture knows how it is done .she just puts
her dinner in her automatic stov'e and goes for a ride with her friend. .
When she returns the meal is ready to serve.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW HOW
: " 'SHE DOES IT?
Miss Grace Bogue
Will Demonstrate How it is Done -'At
Out Storey 237 ' North Liberty Street .
Thursday ; Friday and Saturday!
; 1:30 to 5 p. m. '
Portland Railway, Light &