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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
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"rt, Idaho team. Ox-
H"ieB.?"nt! RsiDa Men's
AP"1 ,.rrlal dub.
Elks Scout night.
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-n Hotel ilarion. nooa.
Jm of Spring," opera house.
"S? , i -Dairymen conven
" Commercial club. 16 a.m.
W". v" rtane. Com-
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nv M. Armory.
May 7 Declamatory
Court House News
r Circuit Court.
Beilha E. Byley vs. R. H. Ryley.
Tnford C Mil!, vs. F. W. Gaines.
Araeded Complnt Arm
"'a-L Finding, of Fact and
j.dgment and Order.
production areas in which the slate!
will maintain patrols this year as ft j
did last year, following the eovern-!
mint s withdrawal ot its forces from
The preliminary declamatorv trv.
! ;out held at the Salem Heights school
Pri)au n;nk.fc - u -
, , j-- Mfeu., irsuuea m nrst honors
Mr. Wood from Portland play, the .being awarded to Averv Thompson,
eslophone tonight at armory dunce. Friday April 30,-winners of prelimta
Ladles free. - - aries in eight other Marion county
. . . . ; districts will meet at Satenr Heights
One moment, please! In order to where a district contest will be held
get a start and prove to this commu- j Winners of these district contests -will
nity the abilities 1 pwess as a den-'compete at a central event at the Sa-
ium, wn., iw m iime, uo your dental. iem armory May 7.
worn at "Deiore the war prices." 1
have the best of references and do
good, honest work by the latest ap
proved methods. Office and residence
267 N. Liberty St. Phone U15. Henry
E. Chase, D. I. S. 99
A score of applications for men to
work in hopyards and berry yards
The Sweet Briar club met with Mrs.
Arthur Tpley and Mrs. C. L. Blodgett
Wednesday afternoon at their home
on the Wallace road. Tellow daffodils
were used as decorations for the
house and as a centerpiece for the
table at which luncheon was served.
Additional guests of the club were
nave oeen receiveu at me municipal ; Mrs. Carrie Bunn, Mrs. Earl Beckett
labor bureau In the city hall, and Mrs. Homer Upley or Portland Mrs'
today City Recorder Pace was busyiO. A. Noyes has invited the club to
despatching men to the various Jobs.; hold its nex meeting at her residence
Witii .tn coming of better weather! in Salem. It will take place a week
m rvA m In r . trio r 1 .ma . . .
....... arti men irom Wednesday.
w w.m akv uvuij; viiLerea on tne
books of the labor office.
Tonight, overall and apron
at Auburn hall.
New York Streets
In Overalls Garb
' f .
New York, ApY. S4. Thousands of
New Yorkers protested against the
high cost of clothingtoday by watching
an overalls parade of hundreds.
The parade turned out to be in part
a demonstration against prohibition.
While elephants in blue denim and
chorus girls in autoombiles were also
lo the parade," hoi pol loi la patched
up trousers and plain overalls were in
the majority. '
uiris m gingnam dresses were al
most outnumbered by girts in over
Members of the Cheese club, who
introduced New York to the overalls
mode, were a bit disappointed. Lead
ing the parade-behind mounted police
they expected thousand of ol' clo"
votees to swing in behind them. When
the movement failed to materialise at
the start, they hoped that the parade
would gather greater momentum when
Standard Oil Co.
Makes Appeal To
The Standard Oil company has ap
pealed from the decision of the city
council here in refusing a franchise to
construct a railroad spur across Tur
ner road andalong Leslie street to the
public 'service commission. Notifica
tion of the hearing on the appeal next
Thursday at 1 o'clock was received by
City Recorder Race this morning from
the public service commission.
The Standard Oil company explain
ed to the council that it wished to have
the spur? constructed to enable trains
to run to the company's plant.,- The
eouneil rejected the application on the
grounds that by granting a -franchise
to the company It would block any im
provement that might want to be made
in that vicinity in the future.
Yakima county's delinquent tax sale A large copper still and 7i0 gallons
will net the county about J-iO.OOO.
Some of the taxes have ben delin
quent since 1913. :
Miss Mildred Garrett was elected
vice-president of the Willamette fni-
versity student body in the annual , 11 reached the heart of Broadway.
election held Friday. Raymond Atte- Thousands went to Columbus Circle
berv. heini? lhA nnUr .nMi... . ' In old clothes fnr the nt.rt nA
. . V " president, w saunanimouslv elected to,raae but preferred to be spectators.
12:30 a. m today R. Cuns, who gave the executive office. Miss Edna Gil-
his age as 20, and said that his home Inert received the office of secretary' ; - " - ' . ; . .
ist Spokane, Wash., was taken tolciare Gillette was ewto ,..',' TJ TV T -11- A J.
and Miss Fav Perinser th !ij"-'tOL"t A J A M.17V 1 1
assistant, was elected editor of the
Collegian. Kendeth Power will act as
manager of the student paper.
' - "Oregons prosperity shall be the
Jfiss Ferrt Hebbs, who won fame in : ,ouic of discussfon by W. D. B. Dodson,
raiding Copperfieia during Governor ; executive secretary of the Portland
West's regime, is spending a few dyasi chamber -of commerce, when he talks
the city Jail by Traffic Officer Mof
fitt and given a bed for the night
This . morning) he wits released, on
promise t.'iat he would seek work and
cease his wanderings.
The Bsotherhood of American Yeo-
men will entertain with m hn ar,.;ai
Patrick Mullen, estate, reuunu W dance
lVZ?'imZ.r estate. Inventory f hall. 229 Nroth Commercial
ra'"" . uei, r Fiviius ui me oruer are ln-
Md Appraisement. .
t.rirlt Mullen, estate.
KH personal Property.
r,,, T Bovce, 36, of 1795
ikii street, a postal
. I Fancy Selma clotSs, full line col-
ors, regular $1, 73c yard. Hamiltonss
South ' . ' . ' 100
employee, to' ' "
Barber, 24, of 1340 South Mrs. A. tE Stewart ,a tecaher in
nits ueui iuui scnoui in Vancouver,
Wash., arrived in Salem Friday even
ing for a brief visit with her husband.
visiting friends in Salem.
Representative Looney of .Jeffer
son was a Saturday visitor in Salem.
COOK Rev. J. D. Cook at Woodburn
tils morning. Funeral at chapel of
Webb & Clough 1:30 p. m. Tuesday.
This week's Drapery Special, full
line Boston Scrims, all colors, regular
60c, 35c yard, Hamilton's.
Dr. Chalmer Lee George, dentist,
111 Masonic bldg. 106
H. B. McLean, manage rof the
Mount Crest Abbey Mosoleum, was ft
business visitor in Portland today.
Reduced prices on baby chicks. Call
today 558 State street. ' Phono 400. C.
. Needham. - 9
Eloping from Sah Francisco. Calif
ornia with a Maxwell touring car,
Pearl H. Edwards, colored gentleman,
is wanted by California authorities,
according to reports received by Sher
iff W. 1. eedham, Friday. Edwards
left the California metropolis with a
lady of the colored persuasion, by
name Sue Perry (and other aliases.)
A reward of (50 is offered for the
capture of the stolen car, the factory
number of which Is 272427, motor No.
2640H8. No description of the fleeing
pair is given except that Edwards is
likely to be found in the company of
drug peddlers or boot-leggers.
"Back In Harness"
After a period of inactivity, the Py
thian auxllary of the Rred Cross has
re-organlzed and will engage in relief
and welfare work. At a meeting call
ed last Tuesday, by the chairman, Mrs.
C. L. Parmenter, the first since-the
close of the war, it was decided to take
up the charitable wok and a long sea
son of actitivity is planned.
A special meeting of the auxiliary
will be held Tuesday In McCornick
hall at 2 p. m. at which a final pro-
TJ-i.i av,m)t- ,v, i,0. w ... ' iimtiea out. rne or-
intendent of Plant No. 1, of the PheJSHn!Wtin rhich waB ""remely active
3. W. Globe, formerly of the Walk
over Shoe company, of Portland, and
. , . n TIn R7 A rhlnn- "tto uwcii tuning a. tuuiw Ol me-
Th, body of Lea i Tip , 51 . China hag
w wh odie dat his horn, six miles n Rl on oNrth
north of Salem yesterday Is being
held at the parlors 0 fthe Webb & .
Cloush eompa "'.J ndin ar". Miss Joy Turner announces a pub-
rangement. for the funeral. by her voiin pIanQ pu
crd qnfA Phnne wt J mu. tiiui-uii, r 1-1-
day April 30th at
p. m. Public in-
Conflrmation ceremonies will take
place at St. Paul's Episcopal church
tomorrow, when Bishop Sumner, of
Portland, will be in the city for hiB
annual visitation. The Bishop will
preach the sermon at the morning
Stockholders of the United States
Dehydrating conipany have decided to
operate the Walla Walla plant this
MADE TO ORDER TO FTP
: YOUR WINDOWS
S40 Court Street ,
Care of .
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Co,
Has medicine which will cur
any known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 a. m.
until I p. m.
153 South High Street
Salem, Oregon. Phone 181
of rice mash for making sake have
been found at a Japanese farm house
. Also Junk of All Kinds
Best Prices Guaranteed
CALL ISt ..
The Square Deal House
j 171 Chemeke,U St Phone III
STATE STREET i AA o r.1l of. Rlp:M:n7
863262888826888882688 Meet Me at Millers
before the bqsipess men's luncheon In
the Commercial - club Monday noon. '
Mr. Dodson recently returned to Port- j
land from the east where he made en
extensive survey, of business conditions ;
there, and in-hlo talk he-is expected to
compare conditions in this state with
those east of the Mississippi river.
The luncheon will begin at noon
sharp, and all business men are urged
to attend. Following the talk by Mr.
Dodson other subjects will be brought
up for the general discussion of the
company in thisctty, has accepted
position as manager of a large plant
of the Dominion Canneries, Ltd., In
Canada, and will leave in the Immed
iate ftitucA urltli Vi i lamlT. ,n
tram, dwelling at 479 South Capital h,g home , Toronto, Mp Schmldt
reel, was issued today oy tne city hag ldenti(led htmgelf actively in
civic affairs while in Salem, and hap
won the respect and friendship of his
business associates. . ... ... '
Bibj chicks, G58 State. Phone 400.
Permit to alter and repair his
Reorder to A. G. Anderson. Costs of
the work on the house will be ap
during the later war expects to keep up
its former record. Mrs. A. B. Gard
ner Is secretary of the, auxiliary. All
Pythian sisters are urged to attend the
Lots, jeweler, watchmaker, Bx-
Mrs. W. H. Parker, 1245 North
Cottage 3treet, left for Portland Fri
day where she will enjoy a brief
visit with her shster, Mrs. C. D.
Frazer. . . ...
Report made by Murrel Putnam,! owing to the illness of Reverend
M South 18th street, that a man was Leland W. Porter, pastor of the First
Kmertn garound a neighbors house christian church, the pulpit will be
me last night, was investigated by fmed Sunday by Frank L. Purnell. of
If' yfficer J' V. White. Officer the Bible school of the University of
laici reuorieu tnai ne couia. Oregon.
iiu truce or tne prowler.
Br. Wilbur, the Whistling Canary,
ratertains tonight at armory dance.
Dancing, sinking and 1 "Revela-
"l" music. Mooiu. hull tnnii'ht Tji-
41 free. Harley C. Pugh. 99
fearing that the man Is Insane and
ttat he would cause some one harm,
Payne, residing near Brooks, tele
Phoned police last night to be on the
a! for a man whom he described
Wng about 5 feet nine inches tall,
der build, wearing a light suit,
"K shoes, and carrying a small
Nndle under his arm. Payne said
the feiiow has been iolterlng
""d his home and that later he
heade4 socth toward this city.
Jancy selma cloths, full line col
" regular l, 73c yard. Hamiltonss
- ,r 100
4aM8inS and "Rt'velation" music for
ng at Moose hall tonight. Ladles
Harley c. Pugh. . gj.
' JL!' foun(' bT Plic standing
?ecurb in f'"t of the Y. M.
&1 dlns' 'n'as Calmed by Ivan
WiiT?" 6' Sa,em- Police be-
S ,,he bic' would be stol-
4 IubJI DraDery Special full
I '5c yar' Hamilton's. , loo
t. Moose hall, "Revelation"
' free' u g'"8 and "cing. La-
u,!e. HarlAtr n . - .
-' v. r 11 1' n iui
Members, out of town guests, and
prospective members are invited to
attend the Johnnie Jones dinner at
the Golf club, Blossom day, April 25.
The dinner; will be served from 1 to
The funeral for Lee Tip, China
man who was found dead in bed at
his home north of Salem last night,
will be held at the chapel of Webb &
Oldugh at 2 p. m. Sunday. Burial will
be In Odd Fellows cemetery. Lee Tip
had been ill for several months, and
his death is attributed to that cause.
Mrs. Ernest Lister has been appoint
ed honorary vice chairman of the democratic-state
After May 1st will be known
as the pay as you go store.
BUYS and SELLS
270 N. Commercial
TaItan th nlnrwh of tinna
0ju1l ; iininlt for less.
Max 0. Buren
179 North Commercial
HOME OP THE VICTROLA-
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
854 North Commercial
Have You Joined
7 We do not sell Overalls, but we do sell
We have just received a shipment of Gingham Dresses made
from the best quality of Gingham, in Plaids and Stripes, made
up in atyles that are neat and dressy, trimmed in contrasting
materials that gives every dress an individuality that makes
them very adaptable for morning wear, while marketing and
presiding over the household duties. . .
1 The line is very complete, including sizes for the young
miss, up to the matured matron.
Every garment is honestly priced, ranging from
$2.00 to $7.50
Silk Crocheted, in Wh'ite,
Pink, Blue, Red.
George Heller, S. J. Smith and W.
F. Davidson, appraisers In the Patrick
Mullen estate have returned an In
ventory of $11,800 in real and person
In the estate of Mrs. C. A. Koester,
an order has been issued by the coun
ty court, appointing L. K. Siegmund
as administrator and G. J. Moisen, A.
M. Byrd and Alois Tanzler appraisers
of the estate.
'ey C. Pugh.
" "m-y tonight
Mta tort!lL' s:hm'dt's auction sale
'""ay a paper. 99.
JVific lodge No. 50 A.
Jr A' M' work 'n M- M.
aeree this evening 7:30..
AI. ST. JOHN
An amended petition, upon which
an order-was issued by County Jndpe
W. ' M. Bushey, Friday includes the
name of Faye A. Allen as an heir in
the estate of Geneva A. Allen. The
name of M(S Allen, who Is a daugh
ter of the deceased, was Inadvertent
ly emitted in the original petition fil
ed by R. G. Allen, administrate!.
Divorce proceedings by Bertha E.
Ryley against R. H. Ryley were riled
in the county clerk's office Friday.
The couple were married at Salem,
September" 9. 1818. There are five
children, three of whom have attain
ed legal age. Mrs. Ryley alleges that
her husband deserted her In 1910.
but that he has partially contributed
to the support of the children. She
asks a decree and J50 monthly a com
bined alimony for herself and for the
maintenance of the two minors.
M. A. Flaherty of Mehama. trans
acted business in Salem Saturday.
Thomas Ives, well known Rickreal
farmer and resident was a Salem vis
itor. Saturday. ,
I Edwin L. Chaloraft of'Siletz, spent
: Saturday in Salem. - ,
I Fred Gruessing of Aberdeen, Wn.,
.visited friends in . this ity Saturday.
State Forester F. A. Elliott left this
morning' for La Grande where he will
aliend a session of the Tnlon-Wallowa ;
fire p.Ttro! asoelntinn. Elliott return-j
vi Frtd ly from Clatsop county where
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