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ygpyESPAT, APRIL 28, 1920
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
Ail flrouftd i own
IF. Von Esehen. 1T75 Court street andf
; itsuitrea umcial score
cards are imu4 after each clinic,
I showing just what percentage each
child scores. I
i scheduled to speak at the city Hb-
rary, on the evening of May 4th, npon
rVT ETKTT8 I the subject "Fiction and the Con-
rS. Elks Scout BUM.
T orf ,
. J.,m.r .' opara bouse-
Mrr- Day and
Jt week ay, Dancin toniht- sing-
l.-iounders IMy, am ..RevelaUoB.. harmon Ha
I structive Reader." t Proceeding
talk the league will hold Its regular
I monthly business session. - Another
. lecture of much interest will be given
jon the evening of Ifay 1 J, and wUl
j cover further detail of Interior dec
elerating, and will be given by a fac-
; ulty member of the O. A. C
Breaking- the lull of about two 1
weeks duration, city firemen were'
called ont twice last night and this
morning to ouell chimnev fir. vv,,
her tirs cu t eight o'clock last night. I
lu -a nome of A. F. Marcus.! Tuesday the
"ue"y.ana UTe streets; and the competed
Call For Cars to
In Tennessee Is
Held In Portland
ommial club 14
Say S-CouncU meeting,
,CT 1 " American Legion
"fiBlnefit Dance. Com-
'county school Armory
1 fiO.-Women's republl
..itv hall. -
ley C Pugh.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed
spent . Sunday and
friends in Silverton.
A. C. Brigman was a business vis-
iinr in T'n rf 1 ml fnnan n...
- - - - ... - - - - wva.uuj ailU 1UCV
iiday- . . . ; l.
! J. W. Hickman, of Blodgett, was a
Salem.. visitor Monriav and Tumqv
. Tonight, Moose
music and singing.
Harley C. Pugh.
Zozri House News
Confident that Marion county will
"redeemjtself and. repudiate the Ma
rion county Taxpayers league" by
giving a favorable vote to all the tax
measures on--the May ballot, James
S. Stewart, Oregon's good roads apos
tle, left Tuesday for Washington
L. M. Gil- county where he will continue his
in the Interest of the re-
. w Rnrton. vs.
of L. M. Gilbert to Writ campaign
. ... . , . ,. . i i iii n aim
Janet M. B- Burton vs. M. L. Gil- joined the anti high cost of clothing
tort. Order. ,. movement and now appears on th
Marie p. Humphreys vs. William platform attired in blue denim over
r Humphreys, notion for Default al8i a pair of whlcn he had construct
Affidavit and Order of Default. !ed to order by a tent and awning com
A ... n.. ........ wq i Knrnett . .. . ,.. .....
Cora Eietna 1... -- - pany aiier railing to una any "hand
tnnklin Davis. Motion w" "-'- ni downs'
Franlt Rouch ft al vs. cnanes k,.
Hull et al. Complaint.
of sufficient capacity.
P. S Kllian, arrested for driving
past a street car as it wan standing at
the corner of 17th and State street
accepting and discharging passengers
pleaded guilty today in .rudgo Race's
court and was fined $5.
jolla G. Hibbard, estate. Final de-
Johnson, estate. Inventory
1 1.. f The public has been extended an
r Thrnpr i of Oreeon nvltation to be present at the flag
-mL2l Z Minnie Kerber. Presentation In McCornack hall this
nrf, i evening, when the Woman's Relief
t Corps will present a flag to the Idy
Maccabees, as a symbol of their re
gard for the organization. A splendid
program has been prepared and high
officials of both orders will be present.
other this morning at 8:45 to
Portland, Or April 28. E. M. Pad
den, alleged to have obtained hioriy
under false pretenses In Nashviiio
Salem sri'n.- i,.J T'nn tllr arrested
"""; toda.T bv ritmutv Rhriffu
the mailing of cards to charve that Pnd.in ,i. .v..
heme of Mrs. Dorothy Whlteman.l 5009 autom9bile owners in Marten f Everett Philpot, was indicted
900 Trade street. No damage resulted ' county. Cards were sent out by the;NaSnvlne JaBuary 114 on several
from either fire. - - ' Im.,). t. . ..ew .counts alleging misappropriation . of
- - i tuit run ds.
17 persona who annlie .,' p,63es of 1M machines from thisj Padden has lived In Portland nearly
- ' - mnnttt AM I Am . V 1 1 1. ...... All , k. . : .
., - viicy i u time since ne lett Nashvllre
J, , "j nuu nave aumiitea ifvrr-
This day has been set aside by the jeers here today. He is married and is
municipal labor bureau in the
mil last ween for employment. 11
Were Hi H e,l in nnaillAn. w . 1. 1 ..
report of Cltv Ra,rw ..,- Portland Shriners" committee, as Bpe-: mansger of a local. real estate firm
today. The other Bix who were not ! entertainment event when the j laformation that Padden was Philpoj
mpioyea last week, were given po " ' u ' " portion, oi tn1"'"' ren local ponce orilcials sev-
sitions Monday. The coming of bet-'valley- Leaving Portland, early Wed.-'eraI weeks ago, it was said today,- by
ter weather has created a demand ex-!n8dy morning the convoy will afford Nashville mil who gave the alleg
cessive of the supply for workers, the an opportunity for the thousands of ' details of his flight from Nash
report saya. Those emDloves were' eastern Visitors to make first hand ac. vi,Ie to the sheriff.
placed in jobs at hop yards, on farms' Quatoitance with the Willamette valley.' Pa!den jB gaid to have admitted at
Arriving in Salem about noon, the Ine county Jail today, to having been
"fleet" will send its visitors ashore fort'" trouble in Nashville and to have
lunch st thm ranirni imnniiii u.!left the Tennessee citv unrir n
Assisting in initiating IT nr mom.ixr c..i.,, v. n. mined name. -
, irn auio loads of members of and Ma Marion County will provide
Salem Camp, No. 118. Woodman nl f..j .i .k
nirti a Z TUr"er Monday Pilgrims. The return trip will be made
36? VZv Iv TT" C.8mP No-arly " the afternoon In order to ar
jd3. rorty-seven mernhora nt tv.A c ... ....
rivea in rortiana by s p. m.
Car owners are being urged to co
operate In the " entertainment
a wood choppers, gardeners and gen
Forty-seven members of the K.
lem lodge were in attendacne. After
the business session and initiation the
loages enjoyed- a banquet.
; Hire Soldier
They are trained men,
they are vigorous men,
they pre smart men.
Their tnergy will make
your busktcM hum -
YouU reach the finest kin!
of worker of all kinds
through our Clandfied Ada,
the Was Ms a
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
la "The Blooming Angel"
! visitors as being an ideal way In which
"Visitor's nightman the practlcs to demonstrate true hospitality and to
last night, of the Liberty Band at.; create an impression that will rebound
tracted many residents in and around!'0 the cre1it ot this 8ection
Liberty to hear the players. Ivan G i Car owners who refrurtcr for the pil-
Aiartin, of this citv, director of theiS"rlmaSe or June zs, win De given spe
cial parking privilege June ii, tne
date of the two big parade features
during the Shriners meet.
Portland,- Or., Apr. 28. Union
longshoremen, employed in leading
tne steamer Steelmaker of the Isth-I
mian line, struck here today. The
Steelmaker was here to load 5000
of the ns of wheat The union men Quit. It
Baker Every teacher
band, was there during the evening.
Those unfortunate individuals who
haven't the time or initiative or cir
cumstances to hit the trial 'mid th
wildernesses of the state In pursuit in school district No. 5
ui me nnny aeniaens of the streams,
are turning to goldfish. This start
ling fact was obvious today when
William Gahlsdorf,' of the William
Gahlsdorf store, said he has sold 200
of the fish to Salem citizens since the
first of the year.
a bonus or iiou m actmtion to me
present year's salary as the result of
an election held here Saturday.
Complete official returns show 170
votes In favor of the bonus and eight
against it, '
1, ol Stayton.
WILSON To Mr. and Mrs. J.
Wilson, Sale niroute 9, a daughter,
April 41, ..mra thl.
COTTEY To Mr. and Mrs. William "''"" ? Z'
- The regular meeting of the daugh
ters of veterans, will be held In the
The hour ot
. I tnaatino hna h.an n Vi a n 11. il hnm B tt
I Cottey. 2230 North FourtH street --"". . ..,..0 a
l girl, April 6, 1920. To be named
0RAYBLE To Air. and Mrs. Millard
Grayble, Nebraska, at Z28S Elm
areet, a daughter, April 19, 19201.
The little girl will be named Ellen
CRE10HTON Mrs. Mary J. Creigh
ton. at Portland Tuesday. Funeral
The regular meekly meeting of the
Salem Rotary club waa held at Hotel
Marion this noon. The meeting was
attended by almost all of the members
and several current and civic prob
lems were discussed by the Koturians.
, Miss Mary Jane Motanio, a student
at Cheniawa wher she has been at-
it chanel Rigdon & Son company ."""'n :""" ir " i iu yaia,
1p.m. Friday, burial Odd Fellows Tor endleton ,the first, of the
ween, ,wnt.'re snt wiiiuo tno ui
her father, Parsons Moianlui during
a short vacation;
Dr. Chalmer Lee George,
114 llasonic bldg.
Baky chleka, 558 State, Phona 400,
All good shows at the Oregon ' this
nek, . 102
. Mrs. H. N. Steuberg. was the guest
of friends in this city Tuesday. Mrs.
Stenberg 1 a resident of Albany.
F. S. Townsend of this city, was a
business visitor in Eugene Tuesday.
Lloyd T. Rigdon, of the firm of! Attorney L. E. Schmidt of Port
Hisilon & Son. umlflrtflkers. lournev- land, who has been attending to pro-
' lessionai matters nere, reiurneo to ms
home Wednesday.' ;.
ed to St. Paul, northern Marion couri
tj, today to transact business.
Wednesday evening April 28, at Mc
Cornack hall, the Women's Kelief
Corps will piesent the Lady Macca-
with & flag. The Daughters of
Veterans are invited by both orders.
There will be a program and refresh
ta The public Is cordially Invit-
GoM black dirt free for the, haul-
Trade and High street. Call
v!ck Bros, and make arrangements if
Walter DeLong, constable, left this
J today for Mill City where he in
rals to serve court orders. Constable
"umg win be back in the
William Pollack of Albany, trans
acted .business in Salem Tuesday,
During the past two days, Snlem
residents who had missed the institu
tion, have been expressing gratitude
for the replacing of the .drinking
fountain at Liberty and State streets.
During the severe cold spell the foun
tain was placed on the "temporarily
disabled" list, and not until Wednes
day morning did needed repair parts
m, Auto Truck and Delivery
"rs dance Wednesday evening a
i Tempie. 102"
ticklings and baby chicks for sale.
Reedham, 538 State SL Phone
ta andl Omer Bewley, "former
em ""dents, but now of Portland.
w visitors here yesterday. In the
2,l0hn Bewlf,y ,e" W Inde-
iT? V "wnd oday. The broth
Z iT playd ln the band hero,
aT,,,lone tlme- wa engineer
" Falls City railroad.
hweler, watchmaker, Salem.
fc, 'J' - Matthis has returned, of -(.;
ank of Commerce, rooms
Telephone 673. . 103
1 ' a,ut0 mechanic, and ma
.m i"g nights changed from
fooMk JVednesday" W second
Wedneaiays of each
8 ;!.meetlng vPrU 2- Morris
recording sec. No. 28. 102
n. "'cycle Rome time last
Verl"h.rePrtea 10 P01" y
tth,tuv?erall8C,Ub' cut t H.
l'c 1- steaks 12 He. Fitts
. ""Si Eth.l r.
nr'"r' of the extension
be Portla'n city lib-
Alfred C. Reese of the Portland Tel
egram, was a visitor ai tne uuumj
court house, Wednesday morning.
F. VV. Warren, J. Johnson and P.
Dilly of Carrolls formed a party that
registered at the Bligh hotel, Wednesday.
The following discharge certificates'
nave oeen filed at the county clerk's
officet Captain -Clarence J rsn
Coast Artillery Corps, honorably dis
charged after "duration of war" per
iod. Private 1st elaa. Fri n -
der, entered the service, March 7
1918, in France May 26, 1918, to July
8, 1919, served with troops at St
Mihiel, (Sept. 12-14, 1918), and
Meuae-Argonne (Sept. 28, Nov. 11,
W. B. Stevens Of Falls Citv 'run a o
Sale mvisitor Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Stone of Yaki
ma, Wash., transacted business in
this city, Tuesday and Wednesday!
Shipyards Plan To
Oppose Order Of
Court Is Report
t Portland, Or., April 28,-Dan J.
Malarkey, attorney for the Northwest
Steel company and .the Columbia1 Riy
W .Shipbuilding; corporation,; announc
ed today that he would refuse to
turn over to the federal grand jury
the records of those companies, as or
dered yesterday by,.. Federal Judge
Malarwey, In making the announce
ment, said Ea .would appear before
the grand . Jury this afternoon and
explain the position he took. He saldJ
ne realized that he and thei officials
of the companies faced contempt pro
ceedings for their refusal to abide by
the court order. The refusal to abvl
by the order, he said, wouliWorn a
basis for an appeal", to the . federal
circuit court of appeals of the United
States supreme court. .. ;
Malarkey declared that loss of the
book and records of the companies
would "put the companies out of
business." The grand Jury was to
meet at 2 o'clock.
M STYLE FOR ZULUS
"Sliii TIGHTS' GO OUT
ANSPALa BEACHES LN
Back To The Dark
Ages For Education
(From the Portland Oregonian.)
Pomona Grange, in Marion county.
is reported to have heard with genuine
enthusiasm, the other day, a self
taught orator who propounded the fol
lowing astonishing dpctrine, In oppos
ing the mlllage -tax measures:
The whole educational system is
"wrong. We do not need to educate
the boys and girls; they can edu
cate themselves if they are made
of the right kind of stuff. '
Mrs H. S. Paulson of Grand Forks, . ' " , , B'e . "
.. , i nr.j a ' lustrlous example, In propria persona,
ror ne naa Degun as a printer s devil
worked his way through college and
is said, when they learned non-union
longshoremen were to assist in the
work. Efforts were being made late
today to settle the dispute.
Tuesday, W. H. Eddy, who had been
held here on a larceny by bailee war
rant from Baker, Oregon, was return
ed to. that city by Sheriff Henderson.
of Baker county. Dr. Eddy, who is a
.chiropodist, claimed that the arrest
was due to some misunderstanding in
regard to the transfer of an automo
North Dakota,, spent Wednesday
The regular monthly meeting of
Court Sherwood Forest, Foresters or
America, was held in the lodge hall
on North Commercial street Tuesday
evening. After the following pro
gram was rendered dancing was en
loyed, Miss Thelma Messing and Mr.
Warner supplying the music. Piano
solo, Jennie Thompson; tenor soio,
Iarold Jensen; piano solo, Donald
Schaupp, accempnaled at the piano
by Miss Myrtle Knowland; original
poem by Harry K. Spalding. A good
attendance was present.
Prdfessor F. Von Eschen, who has
been making a tour of southern Ore
gon ln the Interests of the Willamette
University fund, returned to Salem
Tuesday evening. Among the towns
visited by Mr. Von Eochen were Cot
tage Grove, Springfield, Koseburg,
Drain and Myrtle Creek. In the ma-
owned the very building where the
meetirig was held.
It does not at all follow that only
those who are given small educational
help, and make their own way up
ward through many hardships, will ul
timately achieve a building. Nor docs
it follow that the state has no duty to
provide the facilities for education of
the many who have no special ambi
tion, to acquire brick blocks. What the
state seeks to do, through education,
is to increase intelligence, and thus to
make life more tollerable for all. It
has been found that Ignorance is the
foe of progress, and that knowledge 1
Its main support Yet It Is ln effect de
nied by some citizens at Salem.
Two organizations in Oregon have
gone on record against the mlllage tax
and hundreds of others have declared
their approval. The two are at Salem.
(or a naked na
tion 1 That is the
big task begun in
a small way by
the instruction of
a group of young
Zulus at the Con
sion school 1 in
I Natal, South Af
rica. When the
Zulu tribe passes
from the stage of
savagery to that oi
the native tailors
will be ready
to provide suit
able clothes for
zation is closing
fn on the areat
blank spaces of Africa's map. Set
tlements are pushing inland, carry
ing with them the customs of civi
lization and the clothes. The
laws of the Union of south Atrica
forbid the native to enter a town
in his original condition of nudity.
TrHustrial and vocational train
ing for Zulus is a strong feature of
the work of Amanzimtoti Institute
at Adams, Natal. This institution
is backed by one ot the trany . De
nominations co-operating under the
name of the Interchurch World
Movement which m eek, in a!l
parts f of the United States the
week of April 45, a fund of $33,
J77,S73 to forward a new world
orogram of religious effort. ?
MADE TO ORDER TO FIT
140 Court Btreet
HOME OF THB VIOTItOIiA
You get more for your
Money at Moored.
iSi North Commercial
Drain and Myrtle creeK. in . there necd , Iarg.er vIa.
jority of the place, he reports that, acceptance of the fact
committees were formed to take . ,.,,.,! i,
committees were io.- that 80me itate institution, may wlse
charae of the drive soon to be launcn- """- . . .
ed for the University.
Anglers' licenses have been issued
to- A. A. Slewert, J. V. Cook, William
Clirlstlans, Herbert Poley, Cnyler Van
Patten, Grey W. Shaw, Harley P.
Minch. Otto White, Clifford J. Taylor
Floyd Cheffings, E. H. Benton, J. S.
Cherrinirton. C. E. Jones, Jno. C.
Eyorley, Walter Johnson, all of whom
are Salem residents.
C. F. Mumpers and John J. Wilson
of Salem recently secured combina
tion hunters' and anglers' permits.
Three Marion county pioneers are
recent recipients of
! rjioneers" and civil
I hunting and fishing licensp. They are
I Cass Gibron. Salem; David Officer
j and T. A. Hatton. Silverton.
I ; Names of children for the Slay Eu-
i t-pnipji riinic of tne Jiarinu
i Children's Bureau are
: i!.,t;ers v.,- children between
ly be located elsewhere.
NAVAL OIL BILL FAVORED
Washington, Apr. 28. An amend
ment to the naval appropriation bill
designed to develop naval petroleum
land reserves, chief in California, was
approved by the senate.
RKBELS ATTACK MAZATLAX
Agua Priet, Sonora, Apr. 28. Ma
zatlan, Sinaloa, a port on the. Pacific
coast of Mexico, Is being attacked by
revolutionary forces under General
Angel Flores, according to an uncon
firmed report received at military
hpadnuarters here today. General P.
complimentary! Ej Catlcs announced the attack had
war veterans , .ince yesterday.
the -i '
New York. Apr. 28. Final prices of
liberty bonds today w?r: 3Vs 33:
tirst 4'k. m.fiO: P'-cnl i. 5.99; f:r
90.: fourth -iH's. ' - -
L. M. HUM
Chinese Medicine and Tea Co.
Haa medicine which will cure
any known disease.
Open Sundays from 19 a. m.
lit Booth High Street
lalem, Oregon. Phona 181
"In The Sweet
Dry and Dry"
Ceinlng Tuesday !t"
1920 Mimic World
New Big $10,000 Musical 's
20 MISSES UNDER 20
Compare these prices with other stores ,
and it will give you an idea of the won
derful savings you can make by buying
up a stock of groceries on Saturday.
You will benefit
by waiting until
'No. 9 :..:.....90
No. 6 . :J15
16 oz. .. 43c
. . ...... . .
Meet Me at Miller's 8eaBaB868eS98aB8B8B868e
Also Junk of All Kind
Best Prices Guaranteed
Capital Junk Co.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
You will find a selection of Ladies Hats in our .Millin
ery Department that are creations of the New York de
signers. We do not know of words strong enough to describe
these beautiful hats in their high standard of work
manship and chick designs. iilll!
You Must See Them
Not only a few, but an abundance to choose from at
this nominal price of $15.
Jsisstufr-tB Ami mi a-iri,r
Good Goods. K
The pn" T-1 Hnnge