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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
MONDAY, MAY 1
Man Who Passed
Away Here Last
Monmouth, Or.. May 18 John
!'svs ICGverins Cefn'rai wiuametre Uallp.v by Capital Journal Special Correscnnri
. ' - - - v w m ws w www - g
to secure a
more adequate charter
have btn made, but each time it was
voted down. It is btlieved, however.
If r if f r. i """ win carry tnis time as all real-
WeeK WaS rlOtieer that Siiverton has outgrown the
i inn icr rauiuiianeu many years ago.
Have Royal Time
It was Maccabees'
Saturday night. One of the biggest re
ceptions the order has ever given in
the valley was staged by visiting of
ficers, and one of the largest classes
1 3 members was initiated.
nd one of the pioneer settlers of Ore- OU Ut tSlOOdeCL
Son. died Tuesday nlgbt in the Dea- p. t r r
coness hospital in Salem. He had been OlOCK t)lf SUCCPSS
bed ridden for a long time and was un- RiK. ,t 6
. it,. Sllverton. Or.. May 10. Dwrflcr
for the pa.st three years. With Mrs. ! froth" an! Brother, returned CHi- w "ucke8tn- Pstma"
.... . "i.u 'rs. (ro , and YY. H. Parker of the Caoital Jnur.
Miliums no was taken to the hospital 7 w. iooa;n . ,,,, .1"
Tuesday and did not iive twenty-four l""'' "'. "nd d . T.,:
ai puuuc auction. J. v. . '
Portland when the ir.iperial conclave
meets there next month, will be re
viewed Tuesday evening at the ar
mory by A. H. Lea. potentate of the
night in Albany- ., - ts..,
of Al Kader Temple, Portland.
The Salem patrol has been allotted
a place In the Shrine ranks in Port
land just behind the Shrine band, and
Sam A. Kozer, deputy secretary of at '"e neadl of the procession.
hours after his arrival there. Mrs.
Williams 'also Is In irery feeble health.
ineral services were held Saturday
at 1 o'clock from Henkle'a parlors in
Independence with Rev, Mr. Dunsmore
Mr. Williams, familiarly known as
"Uncle Bob" was about
age. He was born . In Arkansas
crossed the plains in an early day,
tried his hand at mining but found it
more profitable to raise produce for
the miners. He came to Oregon over
fifty years ago, settling first at Lewis
ville on what Is now the LInderman
place. Hs moved from there to Buena
Vista and from titer acquired the
farm now owned by L. E. Olden. This
farm he sold to A Holman and bought
the farm Just across the road from the
Klkins school house. He sold this
eight years ago and moved to Mon
mouth. He was married in 1851 to
Martha, daughter of Ureen Simpson
who survives him. They had no chil
dren but adopted a daughter, now Mrs.
yV. K. Tetherow of Northport. Wash.
The latter was here to attend the
A. L. Talmon, wife and son, Jim and
Frank Talmon and wife of Portland
were here Sunday looking after the
property of the former.
J. M. McDonald and Mr. Bullock
and their wives were visitors Sunday
with . relatives of Mrs. Bullock in the
prune district south east of Salem. Mr.
McDonald says that section of Marlon
county at this season of the year is
white with prune and and cherry blos
aomi and Is a sight worth going miles
The work of Installing the gravity
water system Is now two-thirds done,
according to a report rendered to ths
council by the ctiy engineer. All of the
ditch Is dug and something like four
miles of pipe ar laid and covered.
Work on the intake on Teal creek has
also reached an advanced stage. As to
pipe, the manufacturers plead that
they have troubles of various kinds but
ornmlse a car this week and three
next week. If the pipe hud been ready
the system could have been ready for
use by May 15, but is now apt to be
delayed to June 1.
J. Nichols, formerly of this section
but now of Linn county, near Albany,
was a visitor this week with his wife
ut Mrs. Allen Johnson's the latter be
In.- Mrs. Nlchol's sinter. The Nichols
have sold their farm in Linn county
and may locate here once more.
O. T. lloothby reports ths sale this
week of Mrs. Simpson's house and five
aeres on Whitmiin street to T. H. Cox
of Amity, consideration $2500. Mr.
Co plans to move here.
Mark Klcknrd and Mr. and Mrs.
Peter RUikard of Corvallls called on
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. (luthrle Sunday.
Commercial club meeting next Tues
Hyett, who acted as clerk of the sale
said It was by all odds the best sale
ever held In Salem and the result is
very phasing to the stock owners.
TwentyTfive head of cattle were sold
to the highest bidder, the sales aggre-
0 years of i 8 ' a Nineteen
kansas and f the cattle w,.d be'"eed to Doerfler
"u six Deiongea to Fox
Brothers, farmers living a few miles
soutn or Sllverton. The first cow sold
was bid in by Mr. Powell of Polk coun
ty for $1750.
Polk County Court
W. D. Gilliam, plaintiff, vs. " John
Sealey et al. Suit filed to quiet title
on lot 1 block, J; lot 1 In block K In
In re adoption of Arlyn Roswell
Flower, a minor. Petition filed by A
C. Peterson et ux. Decree granting pe
tion. Mrs. A. C. Peterson, one of the
petitioners Is the mother of Arlyn Ros
well Flower. The child Is her daugh
ter by a former marriage. Mr. and
Mrs. Peterson are nrominent cltlen
In re estate of .Mary Jane Ouy, de
ceased. Proof of will and codicil
filed. Order admitting will to probate.
cnaries Hayes and Mabel May Dalton
were sunpoenaed to attend court at 2
p. m. In the above matter as witnesses
to the will and codicil.
In re estate of Edwin H. McDougal.
Order directing administratrix to dis
charge written contract of record on
In re estate of Gerhard D. Baun.
Final account filed and order approv
In re estate of Eliza R. Murphy. Fi
nal account filed and order approving
In re guardianship 0f perifon and es
tate of B. Leah Dugan an Incompetent.
Order to show cause.
Church. Represents ;
Oregon At Meet
The Oregon public service . commis
sion will be represented at the confer
ence of the Foreign Commerce asso
ciation of the Pacific coast In San
Francisco next Tuesday by James W.
Church, chief grain inspector for the
department in Portland, according to
announcement of the commission to
day. The commission is especially In
terested in the conference because of
the actioa which it is expected to take
relative to the fixing of rules and reg
ulations governing the weighing of ex
ports and imports, it was stated.
Shrine Patrol To
Be Reviewed Here
The Shrine club Patrol of Salem.
recently organized for the purpose of
participating in the festivities at
zt members will wear Cheman uni
forms with all trimmings emblematic
of their mystic order.
The Patrol has been diligently drill
lng for several weeks under the lead
ership of Joe McAllister. M, L. Mey
ers la lieutenant. A. A. Hall is second
lieutenant and Dave Eyre is quarter
master sergeant. .
The J. Lv 'Shirk Land & Livestock
company of Klamath Fallss esoitalhted
at t200,MMrfUd atricles of incorpora
tion with the stale corporaion depart
ment here Saturday. The incorpora
tors are J. Lr Shirk, W. C. Van Emoh
and N. A. Rinker. -
Other corporations filing articles
Saturday were: .
Nestle's Coquille River Line, Inc.,
Portland. $20,000; John F. Montgom
ery, Clarenqe Doty and P. L. Bishop.
Grangers Co-operative Warehouse
asosciation. Rainier, Columbia county,
$3000; R. N. Lovelace, T. A. Parcher,
J. W. Custeman, Andrew Heman and
J. Van Swoll.
Brown-Sipley company, Sheridman,
Yamhill county, $20,000; George C.
Brown, George ,T. Shlley and Lydia
For Next Monday
aionmoutn, or.. May 40. Clean-up
day for Monmouth was officially set
for May 17 at the regular session of
the common council Tuesday night of
lust week. The city will furnish trans
portation to carry away the rubbish,
but citizens are cautioned not only to
have rubbish collected but to have It
ready on the morning of the 17th. The
rubbish this year will be dumped In a
long unusued city well which will save
the uauul time and trouble of hauling
to the river in Independence.
The long delayed resolution order
ing In sidewalks on the west side of
Monmouth avenue, south from Main
street was Introduced and passed.
Unpaid assessments on Main Btreet
paving were also considered and the
reonrder was instructed to notify de
linquents that legal proceedings Inter
rupted by1 the paving suit, now decided
In favor of tho ctiy would be resumed
to collect all assessments unpaid aft
er May 15.
We have become associated with Drs. M. C. Find
ley and B. L. Steeves under the firm name of
HENRY E. MORRICO.
Eyesight Specialists -
Rooms 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211
Bank of Commerce Building
We will be in ournew location Monday, May 10
HENRY MORRIS & CO.
Formerly of 305 State Street
Pig Club Boys
And Girls Hold '
Bllverton, Or., May 10. The Cool
Idge & MoCUiIne pig club met at the
K. O. Loe farm east of the city Satur
day. Btate livestock leader, U J. Allen
Of O. A. C, wan present and demon
strated stock Judglnu to the young
members of the club,- of which there
wore twenty-ine. After receiving the
Instructions from the club leader the
boys made a Judging test and dlspluy
.a u.inilnrfiil lulent. Mr. Loe con-
-i.. a in. i.ii, nnm.hom to his sev- proceedlugs against his wife, Fann
.r,i mm., exnliilnlns: the mothods Carpenter Hyett, in the Marion coun
in ralalntf l.oas. Mr. Loe is mak- V circuit court. Mrs. Hyett and two
Ins a special of breeding thoroughbred "hlldren re living In California an
i,i tvim Poland China hops, and It "Is compliant Mr. Hyett nlloKe;
.... in .v,..n..nt nimortunltv for ths desertion.
i.. ,t th instructions thev re- J,r- Mis. M, P. Solberg nml Mr
,.!.. i. ,..klim the 1,1 club a sue anl Wr Theodore Johnson will lenve
cess. It was decided to change the ) 9 ,ow ' for the east, travelln
ri.llo of the next meeting to some mod- ln nmoniohlles. They will go by
eek av. thereby making it possible w"y "f Yellow Stone p n k and
m,.r. nf the members to attend. turn through California, taking th
There were onlv a little more than half wh',le ummer for the Journey.
,.. .,v,i,.,r rmnni Afier the Word was received here from Port
i... !,..... ..-in t,..i,i -t th,. !.., farm ,am' Saturday that Mr. and Mrs. Rol-
the boys were conveyed to the Abllqua "mm nr. the proud parents of a ba
grove where ice cream and cake were
Sllverton, May 10. J. W. Hyett. as
sistant cashier of the FlrBt National
bunk of this city, hus started divorce
I served In great abundance by the Cool
ldge ft McClalno bank, and the re
mainder of the afternoon was spent In
. having a general good time. Lloyd
1 KIrcher was eleoted yell leader
when the opportunity is presented
later in the future the boys will be
by boy. Mrs. Robinson was known I
Sllverton as Miss Grace Wolcott.
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Down of Leb
anon visited at the home of the lnt
ter s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M
Hrntl-11 VnHfno.lnv XT. tVai I..
and -pl'",' J" n . II in pu
perinienuent or tne schools in Leb
A. E. and C. J. Branstader. who
have been visiting In Eugene for sev
eral weeks, returned yesterday.
J. L. Stalker was taken to the 811
vertnn hrtttultui vmIaav unit
(- VOte L)n LtiarteT wa""c0 n l,M't'n tomorrow. Mr
Mtalker has been In poo health for
i Bllverton, or., Slay 10. The ques- some time.
; tlon of providing a new charter for the A. B. Rnbennlt was In Salem Sun
riiy or Bllverton la likely to be an l flay attending a meeting of the Mas
ue at tne next municipal election, tor Blacksmith's association.
which will be held here ln November. -
The committee recently appointed by YAI.R IH OKFRATED
the community club to draw up a New Haven, Conn., May t. Prince
ehirter is now resrty to mHke a report ton defeated Yale 68 to 45 in their
to the council and at the first meeting dual track meet today,
uf that body next month tho matter
win mi Biiurniiiea. previous attempts JorRNAL WANT ATS PAY TU'ST
II - -
lt?gsB. - -mu-' Big,
she wants me
to hurry back
she heads the
Retiring From Business
To put forth one's best efforts is honor
able, but to exert them where they will
accomplish the most, is good judgment
Yet a Little While
And one of the greatest opportunities to
save money on things that are neces
saryto exert your efforts where they
will accomplish the most will "
To make things exceedingly interesting, as well as profitable
for our customers, we will give a straight discount
on Everything, of
Not a single reservation. And, bear in mind, many, many
lines have already been reduced 20 per cent, SO per cent,
and even as much as 50 per cent. Think of an additional
reduction of 20 per cent! Many of the low prices would
, look ridiculous in, print. Come early 1
Clothiers and Shoe Men .
CABINETS AND ROLLING LADDERS
Five Section Men's Clothing Cabinets built of quartered oak
and plate glass, with Grand Rapids patent pull-out hangers.
These are 13 feet long with a capacity of about 120 suits.
Strictly high grade furniture at a small fraction of present
costs. We have two of these, each .. .....$100.00
Two G. A. Milbradt & Co. Rolling Ladders with 57 feet of
track. Twelve step tvne-with track nn nrmo 'Wr. o ,
. . .. - -
first class condition. Each,"
side rollers under base shelf.
with half of track
All Unsold Fixtures Very Reasonable
AUUnsold Shelving atSc per board foot
Lee-Robertson company, Portland,
J25,0i,O; M. M. Lee, M. E. Lee and
Resolutions of dissolution were filed
by the Farcers' Produce company of
Portland and the Grand Army Hall as
sociation of Central Point, Jackson
Go To. Sacramento
Wm. A. Marshall, chairman of the
stale industrial accident commission,
and C. H. -Gram, state labor commis
sioner, left Friday night for Sacra
mento," CaL, where they will make a
study of safety standards in effect in
the southern state. They expect to be
gone about a week or ten days.
Under an act of the 1920 legislature
the industrial accident commission is
authorized to dragt safety standards
for use in Oregon industries' and Jihe
state labor commissioner is made re-
Also Junk of All Kindt
Beat Prices Guaranteed
Capital Junk Co.
The Square Deal House
171 Chemeketa St Phone Itl
Yick So Tong
3hlnese Medicine and Tea Co.
Has medicine which will cure
any known disease.
Open Sunday from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. m.
1E3 South High Street
Salem, Oregon. Phone 181
sponsible for the enforcement of the" less dispatch sept
same, xne law is now in eneci in ure- ( noon raying the
but as yet the standards for en- Kiev
forcement under its provisions
not ben completed.
't Fn,i, v .
announcement to w
hs been nude ia" "
lnlKS t'VTKH KIFV
Warsaw, May 8. Today's Warsaw
newspapers print the Moscow wire-
iquarters here Tho i. .
J states that Vasilkov-, 7r,,";j"J--
iof Kiev has been rai,t,, 1
JOL'RXAL WAXT An n.j
be used of ten
er and at less cost
than any other food
in your kitchen
for cooking, for
Cora Products Refining
f. a Bes Ml New Ysrk Otf
prices on ail size,
cans Mazola at
your grocers. Buj
in quantities. Don't
delay. Buy today.
JOHNSOX LIFBER CO., PORTLAND, OREGON
For Genuine Bargains
HOME OF THE VICTROLA
You get more for your
BUYS and SELLS
Phone 510-511 '
S70 N. Commercial St.
THERE IS NOTHING equal to Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation. ; VHen the proper
dose is taken their action is so agreeable and so
natural that you do not realize that it ic the effect
of a medicine. These tablets possess tonic proper
ties that aid in establishing a natural and regular
action of the bowels. Chamberlain's Tablets have
cured many cases of chronic constipation.
Overmire Steel Construction Company
We have In stock for Immediate Shipment
I-BEAMS, from S to 24 Inches, up to 60 foot lengths.
CHANNELS, from S to 15 Inches, up to 80 foot lengths.
ANGLES, 2xS Inches to 818 Inches, up to 80 foot lengths.
ANGLES, 2x2 Inches to 7x3 Inches, up to 80 foot lengths.
V. M. PLATES, 8 to 24 Inchest wide, H to 5-8 Inches thick, as eB
as TANK, FLANGE STEEL and MARINE STEEL PLATES, etc.
Manufacturers of Tanks, Boilers, Stacks, Pipe, Fabricated Mater
lal for .Buildings and Bridges
East Water Street and Hawthorne Avenue, PORLTAND OREGON
Phone East 8721
Hundreds of Pairs of Shoes Will be given ont Tuesday. Be
low present-day wholesale Cost. An opportunity none can
afford to miss. Note these great saving prices.
See tables loaded with shoes from ,$1.00 to $2.48. Good
Ladies' Two-Tone Shoes,
Regular $9.50, speciat
Men's Brown English, reg
ular $10.00, special
Men's work shoes, all solid fl O O O
regular $5.50 at ..ifro.OO
Ladies' brown, grey and black
regular $11, special
Ladies oxfords, military J 4 AQ
Heels, regular $8.00 Ds
Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps," dP ftQ
regular $8.50, special 4)JUC;
Boys' school shoes, regular ,fl 9 90
$5.50, special . ,
Girls' shoes, black and , . CQ J.8
brown, special ......... $0(-'
CHILDREN'S SHOES AT ONE-THIRD
.: OFF! "