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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
Connoway, executrix is accepted and; Music by Willamette Tin Can trio,
the estate declared settled and doe- and a high class dramatic recital bv
ed. Mrs. Connoway. being sole heir Ralph Thomas, assisting Miss Mary
to the estate, retains possession of alliNot80D will shape the entertainment,
' ur open forum meet-
r ".roinl dub. P-
w,u'" Klar meeting-
Anglers licenses were issued last
uuy w. rorter, until recently em-! -.ers: u. u. coyer to the fol-
I ployed Id the establishment of Otto wlns: Raymond Nikuda, J. O. Mat-
Klett on State street, left Monday j1"'3- tmU Baer, Roy F. Shields. C.
I for Tillamook where he has accept-! 41 Tin"e. George Palmer. Salem;
dc ' ed a position In a sawmilL i Bn Wipper, H. Wipper, Turner:
! iick CrosRman. Shaw; H. L James, i Mrs. William Goodrich, 482 South Itattoa of the Portland Rose Festival
Millions now living may never die. 1 uot - i Hich street, who two weeks ago went association to participate in the huge
Dies Daring Visit
In Tillamook City
Salem's Part in
Rose Festival is
Lauded by Houser
V Salem's ready response to the invi-
Business - Men'a
J commercial club, noon.
Ujyof 40. First Christian
j t&en. gcout Masters
J ihow" boys- train-
"J-Open Forum meet-
excursion to Eugene
" K.m colleges.
$ ,.Mrs. Hendry s re-
. ...inn church, 8
. . invention of As-
t May plumbers.
JSu w schuo1 8UdU0r
tory contest. S. H. a. .
! - County athletic
, Shetland field, ah ua,
16 - County school
m leet Shetland field.
" May H-City council meet-
Come and hear Daniel Toole, Moose
hall Monday May 10, I p. m. ,112
This week's Drapery Special, fancy
Fillet and Ruffled curtains, values to
S7.50. all at 2.4 pair. Hamilton's.
Cti- O -1 J I over old traLs, proved to be of great
OlllClUC IxCpOneCl jaid in locating the body, leading the
Cause Of Death Of
Waldo Hills Woman
After nearly 20 hours search by
friends and neighbors, the body f
Mrs. Albert Frank, 48, wife of a
farmer living about 15 miles south
east of Salem, was found at 1 o'clock
Sunday morning. The remains were
found in a, grove, nearly a mile from
Pearl Hassler, of the Turner Tri
bune is in Salem Monday on business.
Mr. Hassler is ea route to his home
after spending some time In Donald
and Woodburn oh political business.
m TilUmAnV tn th hnma .i k.. i carnival in the Rone Citv In Jim hnftlth. rv-.u u . .....
p . . . , , , - - - - " . ..v i wuui " j ... . tun. iiviuv, km c 111 j. i j vrwi.v
"v.y, n, ana nis sister,! ter, Mrs. Ray Savage, who was ill, dle!rel lne tor other towns and cit-
4fcr't 1r-i uCf' i8' cam into at a hospital In Tillamook Sunday ile8 ln Oregon and Washington to take
j7 . " UI"CB iur- morning. Mrs. Goodrich, who wx.i c? ! Part, and has
huii tneir semi-annual haul of .
perhaps more than any other in mak
ing this Rose festival greater than
.any proceeding one. -
This statement was made by Eric
Houser. president of the Portland
This week's Drapery Special, fancy
Fillet and Ruffled curtains, values to
17.50, all at $2.45 pair. Hamilton's.
who was S7
fThe -r. fai m hto
while the isx gray diggers scalps f Mn Goodrich's daughter, Mrs. Cal I R Feslival ciation-. "Peaking
brought 30 eents. After the bonntv r""un- 1i Dlaie street, at 19 a. m. , wr,j , a
Identification is taken, the youngsters! Wednesda'. Mr. Porter f!H"heon in the Commercial club this
uispose or the skins to fur dealers, a cnuren, in cnarge of the
Dunji win ue in vity View
cemetery, under direction of Rigdon &
fair sum being realized
Mrs. Goodrich had made her home
in Salem most of her life. Her hus-
n Taft, at the armory.
Court House News,
, cw vs John Welch,. et al.
Peter J. C " nd that de-
10, 8 p. m.
Come to Moose hall Monday May
10, 8 p. m. and hear one of the great
est Bible students of the age.
T. K. Ford, administrator of the es
tate Of ' S. J. JnnAH ha. tilaA !..)
112 j account with County Judge W. M.
. BUSheV Jim 11 kn. ... . j hanH itlod Vinn. Bhniil tKM.
Hear Daniel Tool, of New York on j for final settlement of the Sate a -t v. children survive her. Thev af
the subject. Millions now living may; fairs. : . Mrs. Pal Pn f jfi. ,.J
'never die. Moose hall Monday May . . b.-,.- .'. r .
Frank Davey. John H. Carson and Jory of Stockton, Cal., Mrs. Roy Sa
Esther Anderson appraisers of theage of Tillamoolt and Glen Goodrich
Clarence D. Gardner estate have fil-l of Stockton. .
ed a report Btatirai that tnso i. I .
nz j uue tne estate from the U. & gov-T
iciimieni, war risk insurance being in-
George England, of the Oregon ' dlcated.
Agricultural college, was the week
end guest of A. D. Spier.
Porter wanted at the Spa. 112'
If you wish to have, in the future
as in the past, 'economy and effi
ciency" in the recorder's office, vote
1BX Earl Race, city recorder, (adv)
13th street, to alter and repair his j H
aweiung. vusis ol mis worK win do
$400, according to the city recorder's
records. . ,
Answers Call To
The Great Beyond
. Known In Salem
Mrs. Grace G. Anin.l.ll i.nd
Robert, who lo.it thel,- lives ir
wreck on lie Koulhirn Fao:f'i-
"It is a pleasure for me to .extend
to you our hearty thanks for your ex
traordinary assistance and splendid
cooperation in aMing us to put on our
annual rose carnival," Mr. HousVr de-
, Harvey Wells, former state insure
ance commissioner, and now presi
dent of the Portland Rose Festival
association; Winthrop ifhmmond chair
man of the floral parade; C. P. Kvys-
er, in charge of the festival center
.and Walter V. Conklin, chairman of
lOutside participation In the festivities
attended the luncheon from Portland
"You are down on theprogriim toi
.assist the Shrine to dedicate the Lulu
the new rose and your part shall
, be no small one," Mr. Wells asserted.
acid phial substantiating the belief
that she had committed suicide.
Relatives and friends are at a loss
to account for the act. Mrs. Frank
disappeared from her home about 8
o'clock Saturday morning but actual
search for her was not Instituted un
til about noonday, it being at first
believed that she had left to visit a
later in the afternoon Sheriff Need
ty officer and deputies led a hastily
organised posse ln search of some
trace ot the missing woman, A blood
hound was brought from Wooaourn
at 10 p. m. and although working un
der the handicap of dry weather and
searchers to the immediate vicinity
where the remains were soon discov
ered. Ill health is given as a possible
cause of the suicide.
Vern Baldwin .farmer of Scroggitui
valley, near Gaston, while driving an
automobile, was struck by a Southern
Pacific electric train at a crossing and
suffered two broken ribs and bruises.
Takes the place of hoos
lining for less.
Max 0. Bur en
171 North Commercial
rw 01 pu. military service,
aie v TomDklns
T C. Macsaj - ...- hf,ln "IB evening.
!edant arc not ...
R,nly and separate ueie..- -
Benrs, W" - . , TomDklns et
i iimiIv to answer "
ZTJ defense of W. W. Dean
ml V. ! Phillips.
m-.ni.m rnnnaway, estate.
j decree. ..finn nd
Tunto P. Souies, es.u.c.
er- . ..tu Tioen-
tl ihree vouchers.
' i rat p-riena-
Amelia Kay, esuue. .
inl time for hearing. .
Olive K. Pinska, estate. Final de-
Albert D. Pinska,
"asry O'Connor, estate. Order ap
KintiiiK appraisers for Marlon coun-
"louU Silverman, estate. Order flx
hj date for hearing final account .
VAN WINKLE Mrs. Elizabeth A.
Van Winkle, 77, at the home of her
ion, I. H. Van Winkle, 145 North
11th street, Sunday evening. Fun
eral at chapel Rigdon & Son at
:35 a. m. Wednesday. Burial
Following two years the death of
her husband, I. N. Van Winkle, Mrs.
building permit was issued late ''. uiea
day to G. Wlnchell. 444 North ?""3"LatA7:35P-m: at the hon,e of
Dun, Assisiaut Altornev pnum
Van W'ingle, 145 North 17th
street, bringing to a "close a life ded
icated to the velfarevof others, of
charity and active church work. Mrs.
Anxiety caused over the disap- Yan kle had been ill but a few
pearance of Kenneth Powell. Inmate aa fefore death came.
of the mute school, was obviated Sun- The 'uneral wiU be held at 8:35
day night with the report of Office rdnesday morning at the chapel of
W. J. .White that the boy had been Rigdon Son- 262 North High street,
found, and returned to the school; : wlth Dr- Carl Gregg Doney cor.cruct
Powell had become lost from his as- lnS the services. The funeral will be
sociates when he. came to the city nem early that the body might be
placed on an early train and taken to
.Brownsville where it will be laid to
E. S. Allen, nephew of Oscar A. re ln he am"r lot
Steelhammer, secretary of the Sjjem Mrs- van. Winkle was born in Mis
Business Men's League, arrived here ,80Url and crossed the plains with her
today from San Francisco. Mr. Allen ;parents at the a8e of 10 years. They
will go to Sllverton and become af-1 ttled at Halsey, Linn county, and
filiated with Mr. Steelhammer's bro-in 1907 moved to Saiem. In 1910 they
ther in the conduct of his drug store i moved to Portland, until two years
there. . . , a8"0 when Mrs. Van Winkle's hus-
" band died. She then made her home
The regular monthly open foTuTn1 wlth,h" da"Khter, Mrs. J. G. Patter
meeting of the Salem Commercial ! son in Po"'nd until January 1919,
Club will be held at the Commercial' when she came to Sale mt0 reslde
Club at eight o'clock Wednesday! with hei son' Mr; Van Winkle. .
evening. A special order of business! The fo,lowlnS ehdren mourn her
has been arranged, and the business i loss: L H' Van Winkle, Salem; Mrs.
men who make the trip to Eugerie(J- G- Patterson, Portland; J. S. Van
and Corvallis Wednesday, arriving! Wlnk,e. Albany, Linn county asses
home at 7:55, will go directly to the or: J- Frank Van Winkle, Portland.
CopimeVcial Club. According' to the and Dr. J. O. Van Winkle of Jeffer
announcement today special : enter--Bon- ' ' ' . .
tainment has been arranged; "also". " T.Durln'g her entire life Mrs. Van
. , , ... i Winkle was actively identified with
Mr nnd Mrs. John Marr, Jr., and church and charitable work, and was
their small son, John Marr, 3d, of As-a life member ln the Methodist Episco
toria, are ln Salem as the guestsv of pal church.
Mr. and Mrs. 'John Marr, Sr., of
South High street.
iimii. T ..... i 1 .
trie line near 1 ittriand. Sunn.' tii.iin-1. , . . - .
Incr 0.011 b n n v I- V . ome of the superior potentate. Lulu
in- . - . . , ''iTemple, in Philadelphia."
ing spent sevo-.-.U months in ihc cici l .
tal cltv last flTHnxi. u'hrin U, 4.......
dell WAi ltl'M nt'jUtinr Allii..ni... i the
eral Browii Ir, the :nv?st!sinl:on if lar d
rraua casei. Arrs-leu is a sp-e.'al Hgept
CLEMENTS To Mr. and Mrs.. Wil
liam 8. Clements, of Salem, route
I, May 8, a son. ,
kwe, Jeweler, watchmaker, Salem.
We can now sell you a good steak
foa, diced ready for the pan at 12c
fry a mess. You will like and cut H.
CL Fitts Market. 112
Wtdncsday, May 12, there will be
BfeUn(f of members of the Unltar
church, at 8 p. m. A large attend
J ta expected at the church. -
For the purpose of- attending the
meeting of the Marlon county Par-ent-Tecahers'
Association Mrs. J. H.
Hayhurst, president of the State Parent-Teachers'
Association, Mrs. Fran
cis Whitehead, club editor of the
Portland Telegram, and Miss Sadie
Orr Dunbar, were in Salem Saturday.
Mrs. Hayhurst and Miss Dunbar re
turned to Portland ths same evening,
but Mrs. Whitehead remained as the
guest .of friends. She is well known in charge of students from
the canit.il cltv. havlnir snent several! speaking department Of
Live North Salem
Boosters To Hold
The North Salem Improvement as
sociation will meet at Highland school,
8 p. ni., Monday, May 10. The meet
ing Is a special one and all members
are urged to attend.
The entire entertainment will be In
Mr. Wells said that this phase of
festival Qirobably will Ibe the
greatest, and shall win for Portland
and the entire state publicity "that
of the United Sla 1 land office a-.luu "u ""ywnere, camera-
has ben in ".Hem :, number of tln.-s ! m!" he b?en t0 U,m the
co-operating with the nrto-,., rereral ' Cf,Icbrati": " and newspapers
In mnntinn h i t.....A a over th country are devoting
Ralston Store Is
Are Sought Here
space to the occasion.
, Two electric parades each costing
about $35,000 have been arranged
for the festival, Mr. Wells, who is in
charge of publioity, said. One of the
parades will be on Tuesday night, and
the other on Friday night.
Mr. Hammond pictured the carni
val as "the greatest opportunity in
Robbery of a store at Ralston, near!1"6 world to JmPresa tl me 75,000
Dallas, between two and three o'clock ,artern P?Ple who shall visit the
this morning and the subsequent i city with the Bcenic wondCT8 8nd the
theft of an auto in which the thieves Werie opportunities in the state."
made their escape, was reported to po-l pald a hJgh 'rlbut,e t0 the 8alem
lice here this morning by Sheriff John fcherrlans "he ':
Orr, of Dallas. - I "Tha festival would hardly be real
Several pairs of shoes, socks and wltnout ,ne ald ' tne Salem Cher
shlrts were taken from the store. Therlan8 with them ,n thelr whlte ahd
auto, a Ford touring model, bore u.f.ahowy uniforms parading in our ranks
cense No. 47439, and Is believed to .'wl,h the aid of the Cherrlans and
have headed toward Salem. A diligent tne hrlners who stage their conv.n-
watch for the machine and thieves;
was being maintained here today by
a Luxury .
Blades 100 Per Cent
100 SHAVES FROM OXE BLADE
Williams Shaving Powder, Cream and
Soap. Razor Strope and Hones. All
makes ot SaMy Razors and Blades.
HAUSER BROS. r
"Where Everybody Buys"
MADE TO ORDER TO TTt
$4 Court Street
Woo dry's Stock
of Furniture, Ranges. Heaters,
Ruga, Tools, etc., before you
170 N. Com'l ..St. Phoncg 510
FOR LONG DISTANCE
x Transfer Co.
WE ALSO DO LOCAL
Ition in Portland atthe same time, I
believe we shall have the greatest
parades that were ever made."
A prize of $500 shall be given to
PATIENTS ESCAPE lhe municipality, civic organization,
ChriB Roth, 38, committed from '.dub or fraternity outside ot Port
Multnomah countv last SeDtember. tland that shall make the best snow-
and Geonre Holland; 28. committed Ing In the festival. Another prize of
from Multnomah county two years ago
escaped from the state hospital for the
insane late Sunday evening. Both men
'were employed about the grounds and
are regarded as harmless.
M. V. Logdon of Nott was fined $25
on a charge of allowing sawdust to en
ter Elk creek ,a fishing stream. Dewey
French of Notl was fined $25 on a
charge of fishing without a license.
$500 shall be given to the outside In
dividual participant who shall enter
.the best decorated exhibit, Mr. Ham
Following the luncheon several of
the business men motored to the
Franklin & Dibble bulb farm ln Polk
county, iand viewed the wonderful
floral scenes there.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
I MEET ME AT MILLER'SI
We are too busy
And Modernizing Our Store To
Dr- J. 0. Matthis, residence phone
"temporarily 596K; office phone 573
fir sale, 20 White Leghorn chlck-"1-jearold.
Phone 1491, 1064 6ik-IIS
months here last winter. She was a, university. The new tax measures on
member of the Salem Women's Press1 the ballot will be discussed by J. A.
club during her residence ln this city. Churchill state superintendent of pub-
, lie instruction. Discussion of the 8a-
Mis. Clarence Townsend spent thej lem clean-up campaign May 10th, 11th
Week end with friends in JVfcMinnville. I and 12th will form a part of the ses
She -was joined over Sunday by her nion. Also the city charter amend-
HUEband, and the return trip was . nients will be verbally probed.
made oy motor.
Coy. Milton F. Davis, U. S. A., was
a Salem visitor Sunday calling on At
torney General George Brown with
whom he attended Willamette Unlver
sity years ago, and other old friends,
Colonel Davis was born and spent his
boyhood . days at McCoy in Polk
county. During the war lie was at-! A
tached to the air service but is now
assigned to duty as commandant of
a military academy at Cornwall-on-
f GRAND OPERA HOUSE
;i WEDNESDAY, MAY 12
HUln Salem attending te, moth.rthe-Hudso"' New York'
'"rl E. Scott, who is recover-
'rom a serious illness.
Bed gt a local hnanltal Sunday
"""" more than a year
iru. nanu tooav.
Jt . , . . .
I 4. ""aruea to mat city sun
S 1 T the Webb & Clough company.
A pretty specimen of honeycomb
crystal, formed from quartz, was un
earthed today In the garden at his
home,. 1647 North Front street, by
W funeral for Van D. Teney, 50,
W i , a loral nosPltal Sunday jj. F stlne- The plece of rock, dotted
ttrili 9 f lobar Pneumonla.with shiny crystals, was chipped from
7" Wd in Portland
J VERDEN M. MOFFITT '
i JL1' nwrshall. A courteous and
l wforcement of the law. (ad)
CARD OF THANKS
1 ' h to thank our kind friends
r a 0,9 Martln and Mrs-
Nirm ons fpr thelr kindness
rapathy during the ,ness ftnd
our ""1 and brother. Jack
. Bo also for the beautiful
s.nngg.yir, anfl MrB John
and family. nj
a larger stone that lays Duriea De-
ueath the garden. The crystals re
semble stalactite forms in caves, but
are somewhat smaller and more uni
form in shape.
POWX OX THE FARM-
BHVlv . Til
1 " . 11 ASH HITS V W 11
C. A", Arpako,- deputy appraiser,
has returned from Lane county where
he passed a few days on attending to
James R. Linn, of Hotel Marlon
and George Putnam of the Capital
Journal, have returned from a fishing
trip on the McKenzie river. They left
Salem for Eugene Saturday, and were
guests while there, of Frank L. Arml-
tage. Senator J. B. Bell and Attor
ney L. E. Bean. "
Mrs. C. I. Safford, of Salem, Is in
Eugene as the guest of Mr; and Mrs.
Frank Harrltt, 1392 Willamette street.
She exnects to remain for about a
Miss Ola Kingsbury, of this' city, i
was a week-end guest of friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Schmidt, ac
companied by their small son Teddy,
jleft jronday for California. The trip
was made by motor. Mr. ana airs.
Schmidt, who have been living in tbe
Klectrlc Apartments during their
residence in Salem, will make their
"home In San Francisco.
An order signed Saturday by Coun
ty Judge Bushey, accepts the final
account of Estella E. Harrison, ad
ministratrix of the Thomas Harrison
estate. As a result of the finat settle
ment hearing last week, the admln-
Istratrix is -relieved from ner uui.-
d the estate declared nmien a
i 5ft All White Comedians,
Singers and Dancers
AH White 50
Retailers aflVlioesae Prices
Mail Ml Orders Busick's, Salem, Oregon
Commercial St at State and Commercial St. at Chemeketa
for th Bl(f
We are qualified to
carry out the in
structions of those
who employ us be
cause of our wide
experience and be-
i.iiM' of our thor
oughly modern equip
ment. Our service
efficient ana cour
fair in all our busi
Olympic flour, sack -.-.$3.10
Crown flour, sack --$3.35
10 pounds Graham flour 73c
10 pounds Wheat Cereal 73c
10 lbs. Oats Cream Rolled, &uc......75c
6 lbs. Crisco -$1.80
3 lbs. Crisco ..........................: 93c
Wesson's Oik quart 73 C
Wesson's Oil, 1-2 gallon $1.40
Wesson's Oil 1 gallon ..................$2.55
Maple flavor Karo, 5 lbs .... 85 C
Maple flavor Karo, 10 lbs -..-$1.60
Amber Karo, 5 lbs ......... - 53 C
Amber Karo 10 lbs .... ...........$1.00
Qt. Mazolo oil ...... . - 70c
1-2 gal. Mazolo oil $1.35
5 lbs. Avonsdale Molasses . 47c
Corn Starch, Argo, 3 pkgs .:-..25c
5 lb. Firesh Peanut Butter .............. 85 C
Nut Margarine, lb . ....... - 33 C
2 cans Tomatoes ...............23c
2 cans Peas .................. 29 C
2 cans Sugar Corn . ..35c
2 cans Campbells Soup ..... -25c
2 cans Carnation milk 23c
12 cans Carnation Milk $1.38
2 cans Borden's milk 23 C
12 cans Borden's milk $1.38
2 cans Libby Milk 23 C
12 cans Libby milk ..... .....$1.38
50 lbs half ground salt 50 C
100 lbs half ground salt $1.00
ton half ground salt -$18.50
3 lbs. Royal Club Coffee ..............$1,50
Arbuckles coffee, lb 40c
Power Steel Cut Coffee, lb 43 C
1-2 gal Tea Garden syrup $1.25
gal. Tea Garden syrup $2.45
2 cans Smoked Sardines ---25 C
4 cans Deviled Meat 25c
2 cans Oysters 35 c
2 cans Clams, minced 35 C
2 lbs Prunes . . . ... 25 C
2 lbs White figs 25c
12 lbs Fancy Beans $1.00
These Prices For Tuesday and Wed
nesday. Mail orders filled at these
prices all this week.